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About Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1915)
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Brave' Bom. '
"What did the boas do when you
. threatened to resign If he didn't raise
"He surprised me."
"He (ailed to show the Slightest sign
of alarm at the prospect of my leav
ing!" Detroit Free Press.
Proud of Him.
Sandy Macpherson started to build
a small house of bricks. After the
usual fashion of bricklayers, he work
ed from the Inside, and, having the
material close beside him, the walls
were riBing fast when dinner-time ar
rived, and with it his son, Jock, who
brought his fathers dinner.
With honest pride in his eye, -Sandy
looked at Jock over the wall on which
he was engaged, and asked:
"Hoo d'ye think I'm gettin' on?"
"Famous feythur; but hoo dae ye
get oot? You ve forgot the door!"
One glance around him showed
Sandy that his son was right; but
looking kindly at him, he said:
"Man, Jock, you've got a gran' held
on ye. Ye'll be an architect yet, as
shure's yer feythur s a builder."
Good Reason for It.
A certain regiment stationed in Bel
fast was mustered in the Ormean
Park for Inspection, and was standing
awaiting the arrival of the colonel.
Presently the commanding officer was
seen approaching on horseback, but
when a few paces from the troops the
horse (which had been hired for the
day) stood stock-still, and refused to
The officer made desperate efforts
to urge on his Bteed, but all to no pur
pose. Before long a group of bystand
ers encircled him, and one of them, a
ragged urchin, suddenly cried out to
'I say, Bill, run and ring the park
bell; it's a tramcar horse."
This was -enough for the colonel,
who at once dismounted. -
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There had been a railway collision
near a country town in Virginia and a
shrewd lawyer had hurried from Rich
mond to the scene of the disaster. He
noticed an old colored man with a
badly injured head, and hurried up to
him where he lay moaning on the
"How about damages?" began the
But the Bufferer waved him off.:
"G'way, boss, g'way," he said. "I
never hit de train. I never done sich
a thing in all mah life, so help me
Gawd! Yo can't git no damages out
en me." New York Evening Post.
As of Old.
Fond Mother Bobble, come here. I
have something awfully nice to tell
Bobbie (age 6) Aw, I don't care. I
know what it is. Big brother's home
Fond Mother Why, Bobbie, how
could you guess.
Bobbie My bank don't rattle any
more. University of Nebraska Aw-
'That second speaker was quite ex
"I thought his speech was about the
dullest I ever heard."
"His speech didn't amount to any
thing, but he failed, when he got up,
to say that the toastmaster's introduc
tory remarks reminded him of a
story." New York Sun.
"That old sea dog at the banquet
last night seemed to be continually
steering for the wine on the sideboard."
'Yes, I noticed he had quite a list
to port." Baltimore American.
Proving His Poverty.
Mrs. Owens Mercy, John, there
isn't a thing in the house fit to eat.
Owens I know it, Kate; that's why
brought him home to dinner. I want
him to see how frugally we live.- He's
my principal creditor. Boston Tran
"My dog 1b a born gambler."
"Try him and you'll find he'll
unge for any kind of a steak." Bal
"The head of a household has one
acrobatic feat to perform."
"What is that?"
"He has to foot all the bills on
hand." Baltimore American.
Czar Is Wealthiest Man.
The richest man in the world is
Czar Nicholas of Russia. He once
gave $100,000,000 from his private
treasury to Russia's war fund.
Those who have had cakes ruined by jarring the
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1 Some Difference '
"What is the difference between
gross and net?" asked young Billy as
his father stepped off the boat.
"In my case," replied the sunburned
parent, "the gross was what I expect
ed to catch on my fishing trip, and
the net was this." And he held up
a four-inch blackfish.
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Not Utterly Impossible.
You see him twisting, squirming,
As restless urchins will,
And feel much like affirming
"That kid just can't keep still."
But see nim by the river
With all his fishing stuff.
No muscle seems to quiver,
He can keep still enough.
,i , . s Disappointing.
"They tell me Jack's trip abroad
was disappointing to him."
"Yes, it was. He had a fine time
until he got to Greece."
"Didn't he like Greece?"
"Oh, he liked it well enough, but
he couldn't find any one who has ever
heard of any of the Greek letter socle
ties ho belongs to."
" How Could They?
"Jones never had a thing to say
about that last fishing trip of his, did
"No. You Bee, he really caught a
lot of fish and he's afraid to tell any
one for fear they won't believe him.
No Kick Coming.
"That's awful pitching."
"What's the matter, my dear?"
"That's the second man, he's given
a pass to first this inning." . .
"I don't see why you should com
plain, George. . That's the way you
came in to see the game." Detroit
Free Press. . .
LINES IN THE FACE
Hake Women Look Old
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