Away to Greensboro went the “Insep
“Catty,” “Womelsdorf,” “Bradham,”
Irene, and—no more!
Mooresville insists on claiming our
But Elizabeth Neal and Nancy Lowe
are again back in our whirls!
Among Salem visitors there has been
To see Corinne Clements—Miss Mar
Mary Howard, Marjorie, Elizabeth
Tyler, and Jessamine Brown
Have returned from the students vol
unteer conference in our neigh
The firm of Coble, Coble and Rawhut,
Make enough trips to Burling:ton to
have their rates cut!
Josie Barnes and Helen Griffin—the
sister of “Pud”—
Came over from N. C.—we’re might;
glad they could!
Away to N. C. C. W. did Ellen Wilkin
She said she had such a good time she
was going some more !
Saturday, all the B. S. girls looked
’Cause the former “Miss Butner” visit
ed them—from out west!
The only thing that can be raised
on the farm at a profit just at present
is the price.—Baltimore Sun.
Divorces are practically unknown
in Sweden. Perfectly natural in the
land of safety matches.—Life,
Our idea of a first-class automobile
salesman would be one who could sell
Senator Newberry a Ford.—Columbus
After the Disarmament Conference.
Mr. Harding—Where’s the Army?
Mr. Coolidge—He’s out rowing in
the Navy.—Our Navy.
What a Missing “T” Will Do.
There is only one way to get ready
for immorality, and that is to love this
life, and live it as bravely and faith
fully and cheerfully as we can.—
Motto displayed beneath the head of
The Wiggins Courier.
President Neilson of Smith College
was making a rather tedious journey
and was glad when the man who had
the seat in front of his turned around
and began a conversation. The man
I'roved to be a traveling salesman and
took it for granted that Dr. Neilson
v/as another. “What’s your line?” he
asked. “Mine’s skirts.” “Well, so is
mine,” said the president of Smith.—
New York Evening Post.
Ditty of the Dear Due Dollar.
An editor has been inspired, after
looking ever his list of delinquent sub
scribers, to compose the following:
“How dear to our heart is the old
silver dollar, when some kind sub
scriber presents it to view; the Liberty
head without necktie or collar, and all
the strange things which to us seem so
new; the wide-spreading eagle, the ar
rows below it, the stars and the words
with the strange things they tell; the
coin of our fathers, we’re glad that we
knew it, for some time or other ’twill
come in right well; the spread-eagle
dollar, the star-spangled dollar, the
old sirver dollar we all love so well.”—
The Troy Times.
True Two Ways.
One way to get on your feet is to
sell your motor car.—Kansas Gazette.
All Clear Now.
A professor says that sedentary
work tends to lessen the endurance.
In other words, the more one sits the
less one can stand.—Boston Trans
Few and Small.
“I understand your cook has left.”
“Yes,” answered the housewife, who
was taking account of broken shina,
“but not much.”—Washington Star.
Mrs. Asquith is lecturing in the
United States on “People I Have Met.”
Some of the people in (juestion are
wondering when they are going to
hear the last of it.—Ex.
“You always have a very convincing
way of speaking.”
“I generally ascertain the views of
my auditors and then fall in line as
closely as possible,” confided Senator
Sorghum. “In that way I have ’em
convinced before I start.”—Washing
The Advantages of Thrift.
“If a man had put a hundred dol-
l.^rs in a savings bank twenty years
ago,” said the statistician after din
ner, “it would amount to over two hun
dred dollars now, and he could buy al
most as much for it now as he could
buy almost as much for it now as he
could have got for the original hun
dred at the time he began to save.”—
New York Sun.
A Faux Pas.
At Southern railway stations it is
the custom of darkies to sell chicken
patties and other delicacies to passen
gers. A passenger who had enjoyed a
patty and was leaning out of the 'win
dow to buy another, asked of the
“Where do you get your chicken?”
The darky rolled his eyes. “You-all
f’om de No’th, ain’t you, sah?” he
“Yes,” was the reply. But why do
you ask that?”
“’Case, sah! No gem’l’m’n f’om de
South eber asks a nigger whar he gits
his chicken.”—The Argonaut (San
When up in Winston-Salem call
in and try O’hanlon’s Hot Choco
late, made the O’hanlon way and
served the best in any city. We
use a certain process and feel cer
tain we have the best to be found.
O’HANLON’S IS THE PLACE
The Rexall Store
Trunks and Bags
Ladies’ Shoe Shine
HINE’S, A Fit is the Thing
THE GIFT SHOP OF COURSE
CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH JUST THE VERY
THING YOU WANTED.
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428 N. LIBERTY ST.
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