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Batrnns anh Ratrunesses
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. MacParland
Mr. and Mrs. J. James Gorman
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Cole
Mr. and Mrs. Al J. Ludwig
Mr. and Mrs. Ha1'ry A. Morris
Mr. Austin J. Litzinger
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gruber
Mr. and Mrs. August A. Kuehn
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boyle
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Stewart
We sincerely hope that our readers will appreciate-as we
do, the splendid support given The Marathon by the Marietta
merchants and will show that feeling of gratitude by trading
with the men who are making Marietta a better city. The
advertisements are, as you will notice, from home concerns.
The stores who have Marietta as just one of their homes,
generally spend their money elsewhere.
Be a booster for Marietta merchants.
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2 ,, 5250 IWOYERV r
"What did grandfather say when they
amputated his leg?"
He yelled, "Say, what's coming off?"
A blotter is a thing you spend your
time looking for while the ink is drying.
Friend-"Cast your eye over that
female wreck strolling blithely down the
Friend-"Say, that's my sister."
Friend frecoveringj-"No, no. I mean
that skinny bowlegged freak that's walk-
ing with her."
Friend-t'Hey-that's my girl."
Algernon-"You know, you must be
Algernon-"One guy can't be so
I "Now Bernard," said the teacher, read-
ing on the virtue of politeness, "if you
were seated in a car, every seat of which
is filled, what would you do when a lady
"Pretend I was asleepf' was the un-
Jim-t'Leo be your age."
Leo-"What do you want me to do-
get down and crawl?"
Philip-"What did you get for your
Sank-'tHave you seen those new, long,
' Sank-"Well I got roller skates."
M. Mulvihill-"Say, what is an octo-
Catherine-"Aw I dunno. Why?"
Margaret-"Well they must be an aw-
fully sick lot, because every time I hear
of one of them they're always dying."
Mary Catherine-"How long will I live
Doctor-"Only time will tell."
Miss Brown-"Louise, use a sentence
with the word illuminated fto light upJ."
Louise-"After the dance Philip was
Officer Cto couple in carl-"Don't you
see that sign 'Fine for Parking'?"
Grace-"Yes officer, and we heartily
agree with you."
Notice to Shieks
Just because the girls laugh at your
jokes is no sign you're witty. They may
have pretty teeth.
Judge fto woman arrested for speed-
ingj-"Madam, have you anything to
Her husband-"Good Heavens, Judge,
now you've done it."
The westbound trolley was crowded
with eager football enthusiasts when a
very slim freshman rose politely, tapped
a stout lady on the elbow and said most
kingly: ':Won't you please take my place,
ma am .
t'Thank you most kindly," she promptly
replied. She then turned to occupy the
vacant place, and asked: "Just where did
you get up from, sir?"
Mrs. Newrich was fond of flowers and
especially the salvia, but was not very
reliable in getting names right. She was
giving directions to her gardener. "On
this side of the walk," she said, "I want
some salivas. Now what do you suggest
for the other side?"
"Well madam," the gardener answered
solemnly, "maybe it would be a good idea
to put some spittoonias there."
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