May Tupping - Telephone Operator: [Referring to Bull and Mrs. Cardmaker] I don't see why people can't be friends without everyone talking.

Helen Upjohn, New Winton Postmistress: Yeah, but what sort of friends are they, darling? That's what we want to know.

Mrs. Herbert Banning: Poor Mamie! She was so young! She must have hated to die!

Dr. George 'Doc' Bull: Oh, I don't know. I've seen a hundred people die, and none of them ever seemed to mind it. They was all too sick to mind it.

Dr. George 'Doc' Bull: Oh, there's an old saying. There's only one way into the world, but there's a thousand ways out.

Dr. George 'Doc' Bull: I ain't never hurt any of you kids, did I?

First schoolboy: No, you ain't done nothing but give us a lot of pills.

Second schoolboy: Yeah, my old man says that's all you can do.

Dr. George 'Doc' Bull: Oh, is that so? Wait till your old man gets sick again. see what happens to him.

Second schoolboy: He can beat you up!