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ment. it its a aeer moving; at a
man's pace he's your venison any-'
Much has been said and written
about -the peril added to deer
hunting by a modern long range'
- rifle, which is rot. The high Ve
locity, soft point "bullet will break
up quicker pn the tw$gs and
branches it is bound to hit than
the old slow, soft lead. ,
Busman's worst enemy ihjhe
woods is whisky whether under
Jiis belt or the other fellow's, .
If s the whisky-excited terider-
fpot who pulls off most of the
v klllihgs the tin horn sport "who
.turns God';3 great' temple into a
t hiding place for a debauch he dare
'not put oij. at home. " -
If you fjnd a camp of "sports"
in your section move. 'on if you
rcan. If you.can't, give it outcold
1-that any man shooting your way
. had better make it a center shot
the first time, for yoivwill slioot
back so long as you can see and
-pulh trigger ., "
4 , If you exercise ordinary cau-
tfion your, danger from your own
- -or your cdmpanion's-gun is nil. If
using au ordinary lever action
-. carry it with the chamber empty.
- If you are any gun man at all, you
( can tlmp in a cartridge in plenty
of time to shoot.
.: , T-he bolf action, with the afery
, locked into thejfirihg. pm; is abqut
the only gun wKich4cari sa'fely be
carried loaded. JJ ,
C If vou orefer to nuiit's eoaratelv
t .from yqur companionste-a river
,. or some other natural boundary
a. define your respective territory.
As to getting lostno one ever
died of getting lgst, but getting
scared has cost hundreds their
fives. Besides, you will ;nevr be
lost you'll only lose your camp.
Light a fire and throw on green
stuff td make a thick smoke. It
may summon your companions.
No man who has matches, a
knife, ajdompass and a gfun shodld
everperish jn the woods in early
winter. If "he hasn't these he's
flirting with death every time he
steps out of sight of camp..
How Jokes Are Made.
Here's- an English joke, taken
from Tit-Bits and goodness
knows where -theygot it:
,-. First Qtizen; "I, see by the
papers the boitermakers are go
4ng on strike."
Se"cqnd Citizen '. "How cquld
they rtia,ke a "boiler itthey didn't?"
If you .don't like to steal it
bodily-shift ibabput arbit thus:
AdolphJ-iXotsof trouble at
the boiler factory these'daysJ'
Otto: -"Ky?" ri
Adolph:- 'rAll th'e men are
striking:.",' i &' . .V
Or put, it in verse, thus:
A job in a boiler plant
, Is-the kind of job Hike;
Xhere is no labor trouble
Although the workmen strike.
H E. Well& - says religion is