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EACH IN HIS TURN
As Sandy holed out on the first
green his friend from over the border
"And how many strokes did you
"Eight," replied the Scot.
"Ah," said the Englishman, "I took
seven; so that's my hole."
, The Scotsman ventured no, reply;
but when on the second green the
Englishman repeated his former
question, and made inquiry as to the
number of strokes taken by his oppo
'nent, the latter nodded his head, and,
with an expression of infinite wisdom
on his face, gently murmured:
"Nay, nay, my mannie; this time
its my turn to ask first."
LOST TOO MUCH GROUND
The -chief was berating a patrol
man. "Why did you let that crook get
away from you," he demanded. "You
saw him enter the house?" f
"And you saw him come out?"
"Then, why didn't you dance right
"I did dance after him," protested
the patrolman, "but you see he was
doing the tango and I was using the
A SUBTLE REBUKE
The truth of the saying "Where
art is long cash is short" was evidenc
ed by the appearance of the follow
ing editorial recently in the columns
of a small Western newspaper:
"Burglars entered our home last
night. Tq the everlasting shame of
the community, for whose welfare we
have labored, be it said, they got
nothing." Harper's Magazine. ,
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HENCE THESE TEARS "
Youngwed (arriving home) Why,
dearest, you have been weeping!
What is it, pet?
Mrs. Youngwed (mopping her
eyes)- Onions, darling.'