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THURSDAY, MAY 29, J
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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STICKS TO THE ROAD
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ever done to benefit your fellow
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HOME TO ROOST
"Pawson," said Aunt Caroline
ferociously, "I'd like to kill dat
low-down husband o' mine!"
"Why, Caroline, what's he done?"
"Done? Why de's done left de
chicken house door open and all de
chickens has left."
"Oh, well, that's nothing. Chick
ens, you know, come nome to
"Come home?" groaned Aunt
Caroline. "Come home? Pawson,
dem chickens'll go home!"
THE RETORT COURTEOUS
Charles Lamb had no patience
with prudery. Some small boys
'were enjoying a swim when he
chanced to pass that way, in com
pany with a very prim lady.
"Isn't it shocking, Mr. Lamb?"
she said, "to see those little boys
in bathing without any clothes?"
Lamb peered in their direction.
"R-really, M-madam," he stam
mered, "until you c-called my at
tention to it I wasn't sure whether
they were little b-boys or little
Playing on an Irish links, a
colonel lost his ball and accused
the caddie of having stolen it.
"When, a moment later, it was
found, the golfer, began an apol
ogy. "Ahhah, nivir mind at all, at
all," said the caddie. "You thought
I was a thafe, and I thought you
was a gentleman and 'begora we
both made a mistake."
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POLLY AND HER PALS
Dad: "When I was young, girls
really knew how to blush."
Daughter: "Be a sport, Dad, and
tell me what you said to them."
"I want a word of advice," the
young man remarked to his uncle,
"Well?" said Uncle tersely.
"What is the best way to ap
proach you for a loan?"
"If you are sensitive," replied
Uncle grimly, "you had better write
, for it. Then when you get my reply
just tear it up without reading it."
The exacting customer Vas
proving rather troublesome to the
"Are you quite sure that these
seeds will come up quickly?" she
persiste. "I've left my garden
until very late, you see, and I want
to be sure that they will come up
"Lady," exclaimed the clerk,
"plant those seeds and then jump
out of the way if you want to be
Man (entering barber shop, much
in need of haircut); "Did I get my
last haircut in this shop?"
Barber: "No, sir, we've only been
in business two, years,"
''I was bitten by a dog the other
day," said the visitor as he eyed
the yapping terrier with obvious
distrust. He held out his hand and
showed an ugly mark.
"Did you have it cauterized?"
the housewife asked politely,
"No," he returned. "I just hit
it on the head with a spade.'
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Colors are f resher
That's what they all say
when they get their clothes
back from us.
We give each ' garment
Individual attention and so
you are assured of having
your clothes returned in the
very best condition. For im
mediate service call 205.
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POLLY AND HER PALS
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