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§ § COMPLIMENTS OF THE Paul Knitting Mills, Inc. fRSiA sdx WEAR LIKE IRON Paul Knitting Mills, Inc. PULASKI, VA. RADFORD, VA. SHELBY, N. C. SPARTANBURG, S. C. WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. 101
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GOOD MOTION PICTURES ARE BOTH ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONAL IT IS OUR DESIRE AND AIM TO SHOW THE BEST OBTAINABLE DALTON THEATRE Dissipated Creature Passenger — I say, driver, what is the average life of a locomotive? Driver — Oh, about thirty years, sir. Passenger — I should think such a tough-looking thing would last longer than that. Driver — Well, perhaps it would, sir, if it didn’t smoke so much. — Congre- gationalist. Gentle Hint “Physical culture, father, is perfect- ly lovely!” exclaimed an enthusiastic young miss just home from college. “Look! To develop the arms f grasp this rod in both hands and move it slowly from right to left.” “Well, well,” replied dad admiringly, “what won’t science discover next? Why, if that rod had straw on the other end, you’d be sweeping .” — American Legion Weekly. Precisely A little girl in southern California was having her first glimpse of snow. “Oh, mother, what is it— what is it?” she shouted excitedly. “Why, that is snow, Peggy. What ever did you think it was?” “Snow! Why, it looks like popped rain!” — Life. Mixed Senses One of the advantages of living on Long Island is that on one side of the island you can SEE the SOUND and on the other HEAR the SEA. — New York World. Friend in Need Jones — Blessings on him! He show- ed confidence in me when the clouds were dark and threatening. Robinson — In what way? Jones — He lent me an umbrella. —Exchange.
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M. W. STEVENS’ ESTATE FINE FURNITURE AND RUGS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS FUNERAL DIRECTORS PHONE 9-F PULASKI, VIRGINIA WILLYS-KNIGHT OVERLAND FOUR CHEVROLET CITY GARAGE PULASKI, VIRGINIA WEST END STORE GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 232 Much Missed Muggins — Yes, I ' m living out in the country now. It certainly has its inconveniences. Buggins — What do you miss most? Muggins — The last train home at night . — Duluth Herald. The Ungrammatical Owl By Frances C. Hamlet “To whit, to who-oo,” called the night owl From his nook in the old oak tree. Again and again to the silent wood “To whit, to who-oo?” asked he. A thoughtful lad on his homeward way Spoke up through the evening gloom: “If you’d studied your grammar, you wise old owl, You’d know you should say, “To who-m.” ■ — Exchange. All in the Way It’s Spelled A new and energetic foreman arrived to take over the shop, and many of the men had not previously seen him, says an exchange. During the fore- noon he made a tour of the buildings with the idea of becoming familiar with the lay-out, and on reaching a small enclosure he came upon a couple of workmen sitting down kill- ing time. “Hallo, stranger!” said one cheerily, “wot are you doin’ around here?” “I’m Dodgen, the new foreman,” came the quick reply. “That’s all right,” laughed the cheery one. ‘‘So are we. Come in and join us.” — Exchange. Wanted — A Soft Spot Freddie — What’s the matter, can’t you skate? Eddie (trying for the first time) — I don’t know yet. I can’t stand up long enough to find out. — Exchange. 102
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