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S£COMD HAMD TAi
; By - Professor M.L. Turner .,
■ "Some re-xvritton - some-just told - ,
Some, new *•'some, did-.’'- •
Not. so long ago a couple of:■ fellows vfere
discussing the political situation in the^United
■ States, '."You knGVv'," said -one, ^ "I believe' that
■■Governor D'evjey' has his'eySs on the president's
chair,"' !'Yes,V"-said the .other, "but you knov;
/7 fioosevelt hh^s on ■ it." ;
I V “ i . ■
Y ' The sorinoii had lasted an houi^ and a half
akuk-'-’%ere ’ shap. we; put him?" ; A man rose in
K th^ back row, ^"He^ can have my $fe'at, Mister,"
, A good many years ago'a certain minister was preq,ching'in the La'P(ndale Church.
The evening lesson 'was froift the-Bock^of Job and the ■preacher 'h^ad jxist read, "Yea, the
*1 /**Vt 4* ^ I r\ . 1;. y-v^ Ma.X' ‘ff .. ^ ^ —1 _
silent jirayer for the'Cleveland Mill & Pbwe^f Company."
Booth, the tragedian, Had-a broker! nose'.' ‘A lady- 'orice ^emark^d'to/hiid#' ”I ’like
your acting, Mr. Booth; but, to be frank with yoU—rl can't get, over'ypur ,riose!" "No
vjonde-jr., madam,", replied he,' '^the^bridge"-is' ^ne," ' ■ ' ' '' „ V ,
Mark Tv;ain once^ said: "WhOn' I'vjas. a^'bo;y of' fourteen,' rfty 'f&iiher was.,so ignorant
I could hardly stand to hava’ the old"itian- around. -But iwhen ",! gcit;to be 'twenty-one, I
WO..S astonished at how much the old inan Hi'id learned in seven years." "
• A moving-pictupe actress^- has .had her legs insured' for a' 'milliori dollars. To
the film star, of course, this is^ mere-piJi money,- ■ ' ’ ' ' '
A producer rece-ntly imported ah’‘alieh stair. "^She's a nize'goil," he announced,
"and I'm gonna loin her Erglish.
"Do you believe that dark-haired men marry first?" "No, it's the light-headed
"V/here is the population of this country the most dense?" "That’s an easy one
from the neck up, brother."
Fred Beam when play?.ng baseball during his high school days; "This liniment makes
my arm smni'tj' Baseball coach: "Why not rab some on your head?"
"The Lincoln Highxvp.y has signs all along warning the petters," "1/Vhat do the signs
say?" "Beware of soft shoulders,"
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