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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 May 1901

«*V\ ,* *SW Sr- 1 vj V. VV*, i. 4,^. 1 XV, jlwr K'~ 1 IK i* :4 4 if '1 A fi ta r-ii »ii'- towa State Bystander# ay •iitakorb rem. A* )»ff MOINES, Ifr i/v jP4^ o» FRIDAY, MAY 31. RACE ECHOES There are about sixteen colored pupils eurolled at Harvard this }tar The State of Mississippi ranks n6xt to Georgia in Negro popula tion. The colored inhabitants of Pen sacola. Florida own more money in proportion to their number than the white. There are at present 10,000 Ne gro Baptist churches in America using the Nashville Baptist liter ature and 5,000 churches which refuse, prefering to use whiie liter ature. Not one white church uses Negro literature. I .Probably the iirst Afro~Ameri can to master the telegraph oper ator's profession in this country was the late Chas. B. Leek, who dropped dead at Ashtabula, O., on May 4th. For twenty years he was manager of the Lake Shore telegraph office at Ashtab ula. His father conducted the lunch room at the depot for 46 years, and dropped dead at the c...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 June 1901

UlSliS "i STATE BY8TANDE «DBU8BKD ITKBY TBIDAT BY THE BYOTANDBK FDBUBBISO COMPANY, FIFTH AHL» LOCUST. BOOM 406 ARQU Mrs. C. H. Richardson and daughter Zoe, of Clive attended the graduating «xercises at Mirror theater. The Enterprise Cafp solicits your patronage. 311 Third street, H. GOULD, Manager. Mrs. Dewberry of East Des Moines street, the mother of Mr. C. H. Rieh ardson of Clive, is dangerously sick. O. B. Woods, one of the trusted em ployees at the Post Office, resigned this week to aoeept a position as head waiter at the Savery cafe. Tee Grand Court, H. of J. of Iowa, will meet in Burlington next Tuesday, June 11. Mrs. L. R. Palmer, our talented lady, is Grand Matron and will leave Monday for Burlington. The Congress and Industrial Exhibit at the A. M. E. church was farely well attended and the evening prog»amms were interesting. Mr. H. Gould and his class of Sunday School girls gave asocial picnic at the Union Park last Saturday. They re ported a delightful time. Mr. and Mrs....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 June 1901

rrmpr 2ri^ f».T- 1 Iowa State Bystander, !S By rystandeb rcu. MOINES, ... W&, puns were engaged, l'hc^ force was returning to camp at Vladfontein when the enemy, under cover of a veldt. fire, rushed the rear guard, consisting- of two of the Twenty eighth battery and 330 men of the l)erbyshires and the Yeomanry. They temporarily captured two guns. When the remainder of the force came into action the Boers were driven off, the guns were recaptured and the Boer position was occupied. Our casualties were six officers and fifty-one men killed, six officers and 315 men wounded and one officer and seven men missing. One officer aad four men have since died of wounds. Forty-one Boers were killed on the ground. The further Boer casualties are not known. .Reinforcements are beng sent." London, June 5.—The war office last night published the following dis patch from Lord Kitchener, dated Pretoria, June 4: "Jamestown (Cape Colony) surrendered to Kritzener's commando on the morning of June 2...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 June 1901

$fc -w^** CHAPTER III. Miss Frances Sylverton, only daugh ter and heiress of Lionel Sylverton, Esq., of Sylverton Park, was the moat intimate friend that the Trevanions possessed. She "was about Mildred's height, and was not altogether unlike that young lady in respect of features, though differing "widely from her both in expression and general demeanor. She had handsome eyes and fair brown hair, a good-humored mouth, and a beautiful manner of holding herself. She was qulclc-witted, clever and affec tionate, could talk a good deal of slang without appearing in the least vulgar', and was rather fast and independent, according to the usual rules laid down for the proper guidance of young wom en. She was a stanch friend to all the Trevanions, from Sir George down, ex cept, indeed, Charles, between whom and herself there seemed to exist a perpetual warfare, a guerrilla sort of entertainment that smoldered occa sionally only to break out again with redoubled energy. Just now the con tes...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 June 1901

n&- 10:30 10:40 1J:00 2:00 2:20 2:40 3:00 3:30 4:00 7:30 6:00 10:00 10:20 11:00 11:20 11:40 12:00 2:0Q Iowa Baptist Sunday School Convention. To be Held With the Third Baptist Sunday School, Davenport, Iowa. Official Program, Beginning Thurs day, June 13, 1001. MORNING SESSION 10:30 Called to order by President, Devotional Exercises—Bev. S. M. Arthur, Centerville, Theme: "The Spirit of Christ in Oar Meetings." Followed by short talks. Appointment of Committee on Credentials, Etc. Brief History of the Convention ..Rev. M. J. Burton. Davenport Introduction of Visitors and New Pastors. 11:30 Response Rev. Wm. Brown, Chariton 11:40 Report of Committee on Creden tials. AFTERNOON SESSION, Devotional Exercises—Rev. S. S. Miller. Theme: "State Mis sions." General Business. Annual Address of President... Rev. D. J. Tate, Evans Report of Committee on Nomin tion of Officers. Report of State Banner Commit tee J. T. Mabry, Davenport "Missions Preaching and Hear ing.... "Rev. J. D. Onderwood,...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 June 1901

Sr.® V, ro THE le prepared A. I I mr«t A 'fS J""',''-''' '.'V'.' '"V v"' Sri'' '''•'-''V. tV [CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. •nhe Corlntblaa Baptist Church situated an mS S™between Pfeaddng (Orookw and School Sts. at 11 A. m. Snnday School at o'oiocK Preaching, at 7 p. M. Rev. S. Bates, Pastor. lot Paul White, matron Mrs. Flora Majors, secre tarv. Ckartty Lodge, No. 3103, G. U. O. ot O. F.— Beets First, Second and Third Tuesday each month at Odd Fellows hall on West Sixth gad Walnut streets. O. Burns, N. G. F. Brown P. S. H. of R., No. 339 of G. U. O. ot O. F.—Con venes the first and third Thursday In each month, promptly at 8 o'clock. Mrs. B. J. Holmeg, M. N. G. Mrs. L. Williams. W. R. Cnigfcts and Ladles of Honor of the World No 178 Victoria Lodge—meets every Monday evening at Webster's Hall, corner of Tenth Center streets. Mrs. E. A. Wood. Proctor. IDs Bose Johnson. Secretary TO Hair Tonics, 1 1 1 small-pox pits. k, 18 M. IS.—Corner of Second and Center streeta. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Su...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 June 1901

WESTERN CANADA. Mav« Vhmmtr There Is proiMbir eomtry tto ', American Continent vhm the lift of -the termer carrlM with it that awir •«BC8 of coofiKt and muxes* aa 4oaa Wwtwi Canada. Nor la there to he -fOuid uyvlMri eta a plaaaaat ^combination. Game abounds tfwjf mherc and nowhere doea It afford aaeh ^perfect amusement. A noted sports- Man writing of the favorite pastime -«ays: "There la one particular spot where I saw a man drop seventy mal lards one morulas and bring them all •to bag, too, for they dropped in open water or on Sat prairie. At the right eenon of the year 70a can aee black -lines and triangles cut sharply out ^against the sky all round yoo, moving very swiftly, and yon begin to wonder •whether you have enough cartridges to cold oat. Too can hear the pralr .e •chicken crowing like barn-door fowls, *and a little to the northeast is a bit -of marshy ground, cattle-poached and dappled with gleaming pools, where the snipe are nearly aa thick aa mos quitoes. A thin oolumn ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 June 1901

LmUNITY OF INTEREST." [of the Effect* of the Great RaU Chaujjea Which Are Occurring. Ljmunity of Interest" seems to be I-atchword among the great rail Icorporatious, nowadays, and cer persons who are apt to decide I topics of general interest, especi Lew ones, without thinking upon facts have supposed that this It an arrangement of interest only |e railway companies participating deals, traffic arrangements, etc., which show in the stock actions and engage the thought ability of traffic and passenger Jts. It is undoubtedly the financial lest ot the corporations which bs their officers to enter into con but the consideration of this necessarily includes that of the enience, comfort and attractions they can offer to their patrons, ^petition be less intense, and rat® be relegated to the dead past, leans that more attention will be to those inducements which will business to up-to-date lines of Eportation. instance of the early profit of the is most worthy of mention. Un tbe plan of arr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 June 1901

Iowa Staite Bystander. ®.j tsw ^rt"' if,»mA»P f-i". MOINES, ft A.9 P*-i ^ir\''.,: v." IOWA. FRIDAY. JUNE 7. EMERALD MINES. iMt for CantiriM, k«t H»f» Whit are known as the emerald mine*-of Cleopatra lie la the mountain MB|f fh»t extends for a long distance parallel to the Red sea and a few teacuee west of its coast, in a latitude gather, south of F»ofu, on the Nile, says Geographical Journal. This, liko some other parts of the region—such as the porphyry quarries of Jebel Dok h«n—was far better known than it is now, and more thickly peopJ-xf, about twenty centuries ago, and only during the present one, so far as- we know, have isolated explorers at long inter vals found their way into the treasure house of ancient Egypt. When its rul ers first used the emerald for personal adornment is uncertain. Whether the large, clear stones which, according to ancient authorities, ornamented the Egyptian temples were really emeralds is a matter of dispute, but as this gem —owing to its regular s...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 June 1901

s?§ VOL. 8. oil» nTBUBBBD BTBBT FRIDAY BY THK BYSTANUCK fSBUSHIMOOOMPAMY, flKH ANt» MK3U8X. BOOM 40b MAKQUAHDT BLOCK IOWA 'FHONK 899. nrrioiAL. papkr or tbk afko-amuhiuao pko TBOHYK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA pfrTfltl. PAFBK OF THK M08T WOHSH1PFUL ONITKD GRAND LODGE Of IOWA, A. F. S A M. TBRVS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oneyew"... —"J? ConnminioattonB must be written on one Hide of the pe«wr only and be of interest to the pub tc. "BrerMy Is the soul of wit," remember We will not return red cted manuscript, un loss accompanied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS The Bystander is and has come to stay. seven years old Mrs. Anna Jones of Albia was an excursion visitor Sunday in our city. Send us anew subscriber and help to make this the greatest journal in the West. H. Mixon, Jeweler, No. 312 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs. Little Marguret Stanton left last. Sunday for St. Joseph, Mo., where she wsll visit awhile. Miss Georgie Blagburn of Omaha is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Le...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 June 1901

?s?3E?' rt ... ,1 I lf-( eh: W.-& iS t1** ilSSlltt Iowa State Bystander .. .••••• A new Company A, Fifty-first regi ment, Iowa National Guards, is to be formed. Authority for its organiza tion has been granted by Governor Sliaw. The old company is to be mustered out, having failed to come up to the requirements at the last inspection. Among other faults found by Inspector General Olmstead was the fact that more than one member showed evidence of having been drinking on the night of in spection. No man will be admitted into the new company who is not pro vided with a certificate of character which cannot be questioned. The state board of control expects to devote its energies to bringing about the change of the Anamosa penitentiary to a retorm school mod eled after that of Elmira, N. Y. Judge Robinson, in discussing the proposed change, said: "The plan is in liue with the theory of today that criminals should be re formed rather than punished. It is proposed to admit to the Anamo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 June 1901

V{- Protect my shortening days. My troubled soul sustain. A Dangerous Discovery. BY JOHN GASTON. .{Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) It all came about because I was too inquisitive—and too honest. I was em ployed in the counting room of Lemuel Ripley, the wealthy broker. A -very successful man was Lemuel Ripley. His signature was good for fabulous turns and the "street" shook when he tent in to influence the market. He his wealth well and was a shin tog pillar of the church while every appeal for purposes of charity or civic tetorm found his ears open and his deck-book at hand. had been in his employ for some ire years and had acquired a very re ^possible position when one day I ran against a most peculiar thing in the ,Of itself it was not of great [ilgnificance but it suggested that the had been tampered with. The ^discovery frightened me as I had had litharge of the books and I resolved to arestigate. The further I delved the nore puzzling the matter became— Ed the amount...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 June 1901

$ *.• #v- 'fl 'X rf ?&! ft SIOUX CITY, Wr«. Lee baa returned frrinrw^I&ort rs visit with relatives at Yaakton. Prof. Carr made a flying trip to Yank ton last week in interest of his paper MVVThe Yankton' Atbeletea won io field meet with Morniogaide College at Woodland Park last Monday morning Beverly Clark made all tbe pointe for Morniogside but two. Mrs. Dowdy has returned to Yankton after a week's stay in our city she bad been summoned to tbe bedside of her brother, Mr. Jackson Askew. Tbe sick are getting along nicely. Rev. Wilson leturned with his wife last Tuesday, she spent a week in the oity witb tbe Rev. and departed for her home at tbe Bluffs. The newly organized choir sang very nioely Sunday evening. The Odd Fellows are preparing to give a grand entertainment in the near future, Mr. James Washington has moved his family into their home on Main Street, wbieh they have not occupied for eight years. Mrs. Washington expects to di vide her time between ber bome and the s...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 June 1901

l^ftWw^WpF5 ^.a.. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. nh« ftnriuthlaa Baptist Church situated ol nth St, between Orootew and School Ste preaching at 11 A. M. Snnday School at 18 n'olocK Preaching, at 7 P. M.. 010c* Rev. s. Bates, Pastor. a* Paul A. Voting People's meeting 7 p. m, preaching 8 00 p.m. rnra'8 M. E. —East Second and Des Molnet- atreet.—Sundhy m,. 8 n»- White, matron: Mrs.. Flora Majors, secre tarv. Charity Lodge, No. 4192, G. U. O. of O. F.— Meats First, Second and Third Tuesday each month at Odd Fellows hall on West Sixth and Walnut streets. D. Burns, N. G.: F. Brown P. S. H. H. of No 339 of G. U. O. of O —Con venes the first and third Thursday In eacn month, promptly at 8 o'clock. Mrs. 1 1 1 A y0a^erwill JllSSi .• B. PORTER, President ?r W. I— TETLEY undertakers. E J. FLVNN S To THE GOOD CITIZENS OF DES MOINES: wn M. E.—Corner of Second afad Centei streets. Preaching at 10:30 a, m. Sunday aXhnol at S o'clock: Epworth Leaerue at? preaching at 8 p. m. L. 1. Phillips, pastor. rirtt Afr...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 June 1901

I1 "3t ]:iJi I. I M:. $ *. .}•£ rr a -1: SJ if 1 "3" $ JWv: .JU.,. ... I5 !f ft tj: fe- T- a?^ jjfV 1 -3"-: f. MIDO UKfLS HOUSfS Wind Sweeps Over Adrian, Min ••^v- nesota. •C'-'-.-M HOUSE TURNED FACE ABOUT. Xwiitw CuriM Bant, A heavy hailstorm struck Hampton, -Minn., at 1:30 Tuesday morning do ing much damage to windows and crops. Hailstones from seven to nine inches in circumference were the ave rage. FARMERS GATHER AT ST. PAUL. Allied Association Gives a Banquet to O. H. rhlllip*. The National Grain Growers' Asso ciation met in convention at the state •capitol of Minnesota in St. Paul Tues day. At the conclusion of the national convention the State Grain Growers and Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union will hold their annual conven tions at the same place. The Allied Agricultural Associations, which met in Minneapolis at the same time, will give a banquet on Thursday evening to -George H. Phillips of Chicago, In ap preciation of his efforts in raising the price of corn from 30 t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 June 1901

Eft D® x„ Oraln-O Graln-O I *.* vour Grocer today to sbow yon a ^i of GBAIN-O. the new food drink talcs the place of coffee. The children drlnlt it without injury aa well as the All who try It like it. GRAIN-0 has rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but that rlcn grajnBi 0ud I^ould have no duties attached." the most iIs J** stomachreceives it without dis dclloate stomacn coffee. 15c per ^ackace- Sold by all grocers, fontrasting a take it for and 25 the ancient church with ibe modern, Phillips Brooks one* re marked that the early devout tried to -I their young men from being thrown to the lions. "Now," he add- are glad if we can save them lom -oinff to the dogs." A clergy man going abroad talked in jest of Srinffing back a new religion with »«y0u might have some trouble getting it through the custom a,mise" some one remarked. "No," Observed Bishop Brooks "we may granted that a new religion The French courts were puzzled some time ago by the case of a man who lost a bank note under rema...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 June 1901

i2'- tt5W*» ft JO is ,^8 I It 5?ir' Iowa State Bystander. •t Bmma rum. 1»*^ MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. JUNE 14. RACE ECHOES. Thome E. Postle was last Bat tirday eUeted a member of the Wilmington, Del. common coun cil. He is the first Afro-Ameri can ever elected to an office in the state. Dr. A, A. Wesley of Chicago was the only Afro-American phy sician and surgeon that attended the meeting of the AmericanJMed ical Associotion that convened in St. Panl last week, he was also on the program at the banquet that was given by the association at the Leading Hotel, during the session. mm Hopkinsville, Ky.—Peter Pos tell, Sr., the wealthiest Afro American in the State, died at his home here recently. His estate Is worth at least $100,000 and by soma it is said to be worth $500,000 Poetell was 60 years of age. He was brought here from N«rth Carolina a slave. At the out break of the Civil War he ran off and entered tha Federal army. Returning after the war almost penniless, he opened a small groce...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 June 1901

i/i ^'§f One lM8 VOL. 8. Ml ^.NWA JUIITI BYSTANDER. Ml mT TKIDAf BT THS BYSEAHDMt omnPAMT, *I»TH A*P NBRRM ABKXHATXOM MIM Phylena Langford left Tuesday ig**tot Osceola to visit with her father and friends. H. LOCUST ""EN* 56MABQ0AB0T BLOCK. IOWA 'PHO** 8W. at. PAW OHM AfHO AMEWCA* PBO ..HTM ili. or r^~jj7i7i- "MO o* IOWA. M08T amAMD uooam or woasairrui. IOWA, A. if. ft A. M. TSBKS OF 8TJB3CBIPTION. J. THOMPSON. EDITOR. niTsHEPARD. MANAGER. Saoi rT paetc«ce order, aftteBWwanV an* h*«®»t to Ma pub M. "JMfWr «i th« •ooi at wit.'1 iwawtber will not fctomvaieetod roanuseript, nn amimiir-—* »T potagn atomps. CITY NEWS The fUhing parky wu not as well attended-as it should hare been. Mr. W. H. London of Mnchaldnoek was an over Sunday visitor in our city. Mrs. J. L. Thomposn spent this week in Albany, Mo., at the parental home. H. R. Wright, who wss recently ad mitted to tlie Bar, was in the eity this week. Mixon, Jeweler, No. 312 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs organs, Some fre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 June 1901

~ifac »,'VJ r. •?y Y *••41 w*.' tand Iowa State Bystander- B7 BYSTANDER PUB. XJO. DES MOINES, IOWA PINGREE DIES IN LONDON Ex-Governor Succumbs to Revere Intestinal Trouble. -v London, June 19.—Ex-Governor "S. Pingree of Michigan died here last night at 11:35. His son was the only one present at die time. The attending doctor left Mr. Pingree's bedside at about 11:15, promising to return shortly. H.^ S. Pingree, Jr., who had been watching at his father's bedside for four days, and who has not removed his cloth ing during that time, noticed a^ sud den change in his father's condition. Me had hardly reached the patients bedside when his father died peace lully, without warning and without speaking one word. The body of the late Mr. Pingree will be embalmed and taken to his home. The diagnosis by London special ists of the cancerous affection of the intestines from which Mr. Pingree eutfeYed left practically no hope for the patient's recovery. Toward the end of his ilness Mr. Pingree su...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 21 June 1901

f/, VuWfae** 4*«i Khronicle of Few people peeping within the quiet room where little Mrs. Cronln rocked iter sick baby could have recognized fcer as the original of the flaming post «rs with which the town was literally (plastered. These portrayed a highly colored female standing erect upon two ferocious lions with the Stars and Stripes waving above her head. Yet they were meant for her, and like the renowned Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde, Mrs. Cronin lived two E» I.'-,'/.- A boy was bom 'mid little things, Between a little world and sky— And dreamed not of the cosmic rings Round which the circling planets fly. He lived in little works afnd thoughts, Where little ventures grow and plod, And paced and ploughed his little plots •fa And prayed unto his little god. v*| But, as the mighty system grew, His faith grew faint with many scars The Cosmos widened in his view— .. But God was lost among the stars. IL Another boy, in lowly days— :.S As he—to little things was born, But gathered lore in...

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