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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 18 March 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. I. No. 9. i! HI PROFESSIONAL cards r|R. Q- W. HOXSEY,: Physician and Surgeon • Office in Smith's Block i i --■ - i Leavenworth, Washingtor • U Hit. \V. M. MeOOY Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence at Leavenworti """-■•i Hospital. Office hour 1 t0,3. *■• f *■? Ak ■ .* *"v f^ -r At^irw tr a il J. KING ' «!• • •«,-— Attorney at Law. ' ■General practice. Prompt attention to collections, legal .papers CHrefullj <lrawn. Contests, and all business before local and general land offices. I I.EAVENWOUTH, WASH I EWIS J. NELSON Attorney at Law Leavenworth, Wash. JOHN B. ADAMS, +}».<js ,:j>: .? Attorney at Law. • Office in Resilience. , , Telephone is. Leavenworth, Wash. SD. GIUFFITH, •J* Lawyer. Practices in all Courts. . Lock Box 23 - Phone 53. WKJJATCHEE, WASH. FRANK REEVES, 'F"■'■••" Attorney and Counsellor r--r (Prosecuting AilorLcy,' County.) ,>,.;: Wknatciiee, Wash. : ;' (Office in Court House) *jpKED REEVES V J|nl3[lill Attorney and Counselor Cour...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 18 March 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO deed H. MAYAR, Editor and Proprietor. - Subscription 11 00 per year in advance. Address all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. • • t F«»U»AV, MARCH 18, l»O4 ■-; WMEftK ATKINBON STAND* ON 1 '• THK railroad QummnoM. •■ ■ In an interview with a reporter of the Tacoma Ledger, published last Sunday morning, the Hon. John D. Atkinson makes his po sition on the railroad commission question perfectly clear. Just why all those who favor a rail road commission do not prefer one elected by the people to one appointed by the governor, is past finding out, and can only .Ibe accounted for on the ground that the question has not receiv ed that careful consideration to which it is entitled. To ar rive at the conclusion, however, that an elective commission is infinitely preferable, from every .point of view, to an appointive !one requires only some sober reflection. To put one view of the matter before the readers of the Echo; would not Governor Mcßride, or, for that matter, ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 18 March 1904

Grrat >orlliern Tinn T«Wi . Arrival and departure ot trains. •West Bound: East Bound: J No. 1 No. 2 AM 45 m Dpts 1 DO mAr * .w w Depu3 pk No. 8 No 4 i Ar 303 an Dpts Soßm Ar 1 K> i« Depti 1 SO am Leai ii worth and Blew etc Stage. Leaves Leavenwortc every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 8 m. Leaves Blewett every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 an. Carries passenger* and express. Town and County Dr. Hoxsey made a flying trip to Se attle the forepart of the week. LjC. Varney, a rancher from up on 3JLscr creek, wag in town this week on Mr. Fred Staub, after being laid off by an injured foot for several weeks, has resumed work at the big mill. John B. Adams made a business trip to Olympia the first of the week, remain ing away Sunday and Monday. E. A. Dillon, & Seattle produce deal er, was here hint week after two cars of potatoes which A. F. Estes has dowu at Peshastin. Fred Reeves, of Wenatchee, passed through the city hist Saturday on his way to Index, and returning in ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 18 March 1904

ACTUAL SETTLERS AND IRRIGATION Settlement in the West Has Caught up With Irrigation Tim wilhdrawal of land ex cept to actual settlors, and Die with drawal of all timlier lands from gale, by tho government is a question the Great Northern railroad has taken a great Interest in. A circular on this question has been distributed l>y the railroad •which will no doubt do good in arous ing public attention to tho fact that what is left of the public domain should be put out of reach o? speculators. Tho following interesting article from the pon of Win. E. Smytlic, on (he mat ter of irrigation, which 13 closely allied to the public laud question, will be read with intereet:— Irrigation in the west is manifestly on the uptrend. The first boom in building large irri : gation works in the west was at its height 15 years ago. The investment , was then very popular and eastern awl /foreign money readily responded to the «all of the promoters. With only a few exceptions every western state and...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 March 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. 1. No. 10. PROFESSIONAL CARDS |\R. G. W. HOXSEV, Physician and Surgeon Office in Smith's Block Leavenworth, Washington UK. W. M. Mccov Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence at Leavenworth Hospital. Office hour 1 to 3. JJ. KING ( Attorney at Law. General practice. Prompt attention to collections, legal papers carefully drawn. Contests, and all business before local and general land office*. Leavenworth, Wash I EWIS J. NELSON Attorney at Law Leavenworth, Wash. JOHK B. ADAMS, Attorney at Law. Office In Residence. Telephone 46. Leavenworth, Wash. SD. GRIFFITH, • Lawyer, Practices in all Courts. Lock Box 23 Phone 55. Wenatchee, "Wash . FRANK REEVES, Attorney and Counsellor (Prosecuting Attorney, CbeUn County, i Wenatchee, Wash. (OBoe In Court House) FRED REEVES Attorney and Counselor Court Commissionei Chelan County. Wenatchee, Wash. ~JJ~-~ -■-- — Jlf*B«r I" Loan Abstract* 'Ikili- ! Notary Public < oiivryiuitt-r Local Manager for the "Wenatchee Canal Company...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 March 1904

i HARDWARE AND MECHANICS TOOLS, NAILS ißafbed Wire and Poultry Netting &§§! II THE GREAT I IRONBEDS : I Kitchen Utensils II1L» VI S^L^J^ 1 HATTRESSES I TIN, GRANITE AND ]V\j\ J f^^ lIC ixAJNCICf SPRINGS 1 WOODENWARE _ ' ——^ IWe Carry a Stock of these Popular Ranges and Invite Inspection. We Unhesitatingly say I the MAJESTIC RANGE is Superior in Every Point of Usefulness 1 to any other Range on the Market 7 I Dishes! Dishes!! Dishes!!! , I _**, A Fine Assorment of Semi=Porcelain White Ware «•»— I Plain and Decorated Chamber Sets L*.M^*«&«««»MK«ffii3JM^»^^ MERCANTILE COMPANY»WW»IM»WW^ftW«I»I****WA>W»*>WWWtf LEAVENWORTH ECHO DT.ED 11. MAYAK. Kiiitor one! Proprietor. Subscription $100 iier year in advance. Address all coaimjiijlcations to The Leaven worth Echo. raiDAY. MAKCII -i 5, 1J»O1 CARL. GHRiaTENSEN FOR COUNTY CLERK. "The friends tliou hast, And their adopttao tried, Grapple them to tliy soul with liooks of sleol." Carl Christensen was up from iVenatchec one day this...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 March 1904

<;rrat Northern linn- Table. Arrival atu! departure of trains. West Bound: I East riound:' . No. 1 No i Ar !45 I'M Dp(s 1 50 IV \r 8 fit PM Depts3 PM No. •') I No 4 Ar 303 am Dpt»>as9/K|Arl Hi am Dopts 1 30 am Lrnvrnworth and Blowrtt Stage Leaves Leaven worth every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at Ham. Leaves Hleweit every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 ah. U# til lit ,i;)£ Curries passengers and express. Town and County We have no right to say to our merchants that they must adver- . tise with us. They undoubtedly have the right to decide for themselves if it pays them to ad vertise in this paper. On the other hand we have decided that it is impossible for us to publish a paper here without advertise ments. It will not pay expenses. And if our merchants can not afford to advertise with us they cannot complain if we accept ad > ver tisements from those who of fer them to us and can afford it. The editor of this paper has been offered largo advertising contracts by mail...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 25 March 1904

THE MOST FAMOUS NATIONAL HYMN It Has Stirred up Revolutions- Under its Inspiring Strain Vic tory Has Been Snatched From Defeat No song that ever was sung, said a Ureious writer, produces such tui effect od a crowd as the "Marseillaise" hymn. Carlysle gaid: "The sound of it will make the blood tingle in men's vi n-, and whole armies and assemblages will viog it 'with eyes weeping and burning, with hearts defiant of death, despot, and devil.'" That of course, would hardly be the case in theße quieter times of the new empire. But it was very different when an impetuous and excitable people were wrought up t<> fever heat amid wild scenes of blood shed and warfare in their own streets when women were "fighting with the ferocity of wild beasts, and the heavy laden tumbrils were rolling on day af ter <lay towards the scaffold." The power of tho eong during the frightful days of the first French revo lution was indeed almost incredible. Klopstock, the poet, declared that il had cau...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 April 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. I. No. 11, PROFESSIONAL CARDS . |\R. G. W. HOXSEY, Physician and Surgeon Office in Smith's Block Leavenworth, , Washington a. -. [JR. W. M. McCOY ?V J Physician %xA Surgeon • Office and Residence at Leavenworth Hospital. Office hour 1 to 8. JJ. KING , Attorney at Law. General practice. Prempt attention to collections, legal papers carefully drawn. Contests, and all business before local and general land offices. i Leavenworth, Wash & _ I EWIS J. NELSON * I* Attorney at Law Leavenjborth, Wash. JOHN B. ADAMS, j Attorney ait Law. Office in Residence. Telephone 46. Leavenworth, Wash. SD. GRIFFITH, • ■ Lawyer, Practices in all Courts. Lock Box 23 Phone 55. Wenatchee, Wash. FRANK REEVES, Attorney and Counsellor (Prosecuting Attorney, CtaeUn County.) Wenatchee, Wash. (Office In Court House) :'r« — -Z ,E«ED REEVES * Attorney and Counselor Court CommUslonet Chelan County. Wenatcher, Wash. Tliinr> to Loan . Jlnlrnrn Mil. '«.uiir> I'ublic I'liiii.ii Local Manage...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 April 1904

LEAYENWORTH ECHO DEED H. MAYAR, Editor led Proprietor. liißueil Every .Friday. Subscription It 00 per year In advance. ' Address all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. I H«I»A\ . APRIL. 1, 1HO» NO rAITH IN THE PEOPLE In his speech at Wenatchee Jast Tuesday, Governor Mcßride reiterated his adherance to an appointive commission. If he has bean correctly reported he saidou this point, "I am in fa vor of an appointive commission. I think faith should be kept with the people of the state, that is one reason, and reason enough for me to favor an appointive rather than an elective commission." People who favor an appointive rather than an elective cojumis sion,we assert, without fear of contradiction, are confined to the adherents of the governor. A large and conservative following stand behind Mr. Atkinson who also, favor a railroad commis sion.but they prefer an elective .commission, believing that such a one would be preferable, and that belief is based on the ex perience of other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 April 1904

Great Northern Time TiMt, Arrival an departure of train*. West Bound: East Bound: So. 1 No- * AM 45*1 DpU 1 SOW Ar a i-. m DepU3 No. % S No 4 Ar3 oSui DpU 308« Ar 1 23 m OeptslXw Leavenworth and Blewcll Stage. Leaves Leavenworth every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 8 m. Leaves Blewe't every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 «■. Carries passenger* and express. Town and County Jay Wyckoff and family moved to Monitor last Tuesday. E. D. Shugart has moved into a va- •cant house near the Leavenworth hos- <Jfc-pital. *^P G. S. Taylor, of Wenatchee, was in our city last week and called on the Echo. Tom Henry was up thi» week from Pine flat with a load of apples and veg etables. Tne Ladies Guild will meet next Thursday afternoon with Mrs. G. W. Hoxsey Lot Wilbur, the pioneer druggist of SnohomUh, was visiting friends in Leavenworth one day last week. A. G. Daniels, the night operator, has also been transferred to some place and will leave to a few days for his new berth. Miss Laura T...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 1 April 1904

A Chapter en fro clout mton*m A Mr. j Streeter a well known Lon don jeweler, who in retiring from business owing to falling eyesight gave some chatty reminiscences of his exper iences, which began In 1348. A Street er Sr., by the way, was in business as a jeweler in the reign of Queen Anne. It was the present Mr. Streeter who practically satisfied the world that dia monds were to be (ound in South Afri ca. He was nearly ruined by the flood- Ing cf the aparket with Cape diamonds; but nowadays, as he said the other day, ''diamonds are as dear as ever and they will be dearer still, for, owing to labor it is not probable that many diamonds will be cut this year in A in* ten him. Then thqre*re no Bra zilian diamonds." 'fhere are very few aoyr either from .Brazil or India. The iniues.do not pay to work. "Is the diamond still the most fash ionable stone?" Mr. Streeter waa asked. "No, the emerald; as the colored stone must have a few diamonds to Uirow it up. Emeralds, when I was a youngster...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 April 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. 1. No. 12. HARDWARE AT THE & NEW HARDWARE STORE For Your Mill, 44 44 Ranch, 44 44 New Bld'g 44 44 Wood Camp, 44 44 Logging Camp, Ranges for Your Kitchen, for Your House. Corner Front and Ninth Sts. QEORQE KEATING PROFESSIONAL CARP* rvR. G. W. HOXSEY, Physician and Surgeon Office in Smith's Block I^eavenworth, Washington JJ. KING , Attorney at Law. General practice. Prompt attention to collectives legal papers carefully drawn. Contests, and all business before local and general land offices. Leavenworth, Wash I EWIS J. NELSON Attorney at Law Leavenworth, Wash. JOHN B. ADAMS, «» Attorney at Law. Office in Residence. Telephone 46. Leavenworth, Wash. t _ , ™ * D- GRIFFITH, '3. Lawyek, Practices in all Courts. Lock Box 23 Phone 55. Wenatchee, Wash . , I FRANK REEVES, Attorney and Counsellor (Prosecuting Attorney, Chelan County.) Wenatchee, Wash. (Office in Court House) — "v. FRED REEVES Attorney and Counselor Court Comniissionei Chelan County. Wesatchee, Wash. n...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 April 1904

lEAVJNWORTH ECHO DKBD H. JpAYAK, Kdttor and Proprietor. "" Ihsuod Every Friday. Subscription I.W per year In advance. AddrflM all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. FRIDAY, tI'IIII. 8, 1004 ARGUMENT FOR COOLS AND BABES. Under ,-tlie head of "Mr. Field is no Trimmer," the Spokesman- Keview.of last Tuesday contained the following editorial endorse ment of Mr. Field's argument for an appointive railroad com mission: There is no mistaking the attitude of llepresentative M. E. Field of Chelan county. Mr. Field, who is a candidate for lieutenant governor, was an unwa vering advocate of a railroad commis sion, and his frank, admirable state ' ment, published -in Friday's Spokes luan-lievjew, makes it entirely plain that lie stands firmly by the people's rights. '-'lam for an appointive rail road commission," said Mr. Field, "and believe an elective commission would be worse than no commission." In support of this conviction, Mr. Field pointed out that with an appoint ive commission t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 April 1904

Great Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. eat Bound: East Hound: No. 1 No. * Artttm DpU 1 son Ar a 55 ph Depts 3 m No. 8 No 4 Ar 303 til Dpta 3CBAM Ar 1 Km Depti 1 SO m Learenwortb and Blenetl Stage. Leaves Leavenirorin every Monday. Wednes day and Friday at Sui. Leave* Hie we t every Tuesday, Ttiu-sdiy anil Saturday at 7 Ml. Carries passenger* and express. Town and County J. M. Duffy, of Wenatchee. was a vis itor to the biirjj Tuesday. Miss Anna Tholin went to Seattle Tuesday and returned Wednesday. Mrs. J. T. McAneny left last Frkiay for a week's visit in Seattle among friends. Dr. Shore Bays that Mission ii un doubtedly Cashmere, but is not Olive colored. Master Julian Mayarspent last Satur day and Sunday in Wenatchee with friends. Mr. L. J. Nelson made a business visit to Wenaihee last Tuesday return ing Wednesday. Lloyd Hartlers hag accepted a posi tion with the Great Northern in the car department. Al Purdy, an old timer of Leaven worth, is back again shaking...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 8 April 1904

A Human Life Horn of love and hope, of eettacy ami pain, of agony,qnd fear, of lean and joy; dowered witili the wealth of two united hearts: held in happy arras, with lips upu« life'l drifted font, blue veiued and fair where perfect peace linds perfect form; rocked bj willing feet and wooed to shadowy shores of sleep by siren mother hinging- soft and low; looking with wonder's wide and startled eyes at common things of life and day; taught by wan£and wish and contact with the things that touch the d/jupled flesh of babes; lured by light _£tid flame, and charmed, by color's won xlrous robes; learning the use of hands and feet, and Dy the love of mimicry beguiled to utter speech, releasing im prisoned thoughts frop crabbed and curious marks on soiled and tattered deaVes; puzzling the brain with crook a.U and their changing, tangled worth; and so through years of alterna ting day and night, until the captive grows familiar with the, chains and walls andliraitatipns of £.Jif<s. And t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 April 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO Vol. I. No. 13. HARDWARE Lowest Price EVER MADE ON HARDWARE AT GEORGEKEATING'S HARDWARE STORE Cor. Froot and Ninth sts. Leavenworth, • ■ • Washington PROFESSIONAL CARDS |\R. G. W. HOXSEY, Physician and Surgeon Office In Smith's Block Leavenworth, Washington JJ. KING J. Attorney at Law. -General practice. Prompt attention to collections, legal papers carefully .drawn. Contests, and all business before local and general land offices. LEf.vzNwORTH, Wash i „ I I EWIS J. NELSON ! Attorney at Law i Leavenworth, Wash. JOHN B. ADAMS, .«! Attorney at Law. Office in Residence. Telephone 46. Leavenworth, Wash. SD. GRIFFITH, • LAWYER, Practices in all Courts. Lock Box 23 Phone 55. ■ Wenatchee, Wash . FRANK UEEVES, Attorney and Counsellor (Prosecuting Attorney, Chelan County.) Wenatchee, Wash. (Office In Court House) FRED REEVES Attorney and Counselor Court Commlssionei Chelan County. Wenatchee, Wash. Money to Lou Abstract* "Haiti- Notary r*Alle C««w»iiicer Local Manager for the...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 April 1904

LEAVENWORTH ECHO DEED H. MA YAK. Editor »nd Proprietor. : Issued Every Friday. Subscription I l.u) per year in adranc«. Address all communications to The Leaven worth Echo. FRIDAY. APRIL 15, 1904 THE WORK Or THE CONVEN TION. ' Thecounjy ticket nominated by the republican convention in j Wenatchee last Saturday is made up of the best men in Chelan! county. Against not one of them ! can it be said he is not qualified j for the position, or he is not wor-1 thy of the place. No better, cleaner or stronger ticket could have been selected. It goes without saying that all were not satisfied. Was there ever a convention when all were satisfied? It is not in the nature of things that everybody should ■ be. Everybody who accepted a ( seat in the convention put him- j self under an obligation to abide by its results. To the man who did not get what he fought for we say we say: "put yourself in his place." If you had won out' you would have expected the! ( other fellow to fall into line. To \ ,...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 April 1904

Ol—l Northern Time Table. Arrival and departure of trains. West Bound: I East Bound: No. 1 No • Ar 1 *■*> w Upts I 50 PV| Ar s .v> w Depts 3 tm No. I " No 4 Ar3 03»» Dpts 3CB«ArI 25 vi Depts 130 m enworlli and 111. .it Stage. Leaves Lc»venworlh every Monday, Wednes- J day and Friday al 8 vi. Leaves Hlewe t every Tuesday, Thursday anil Saturday at 7 in. Carries passengers and express. Town and County Mesdaraes A. MePheters and M. Mc- spent a day in Weuatchee last fLuri' shopping. in Weiiatchee last j w eek shopping. -^ Mrs. J. C. Davis left f«r Seattle last ; Tuesday. She will remain on the. ; Sound for several days visiting and i shopping. J. E. Mills has accepted a position temporarily in PlUch & Bliss' store : while the Junior member of the firm is in New York City. Mrs Archer, of Kalama, Wash., sis ter of fireman Amos Spark*, arrive" in | I eavenworth last week. She will keep house for her brother. Al Pesch went to Seattle last week returning Saturday evening. Some [ ti...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Echo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth echo. — 15 April 1904

A ChmrfCtor Everything pleased mr neighbor Jim, When It rained He never complained. But laid the weather suited him. "There's never to much rain for me, Aid this Is something like," said he. When earth was dry as a powder mi^l, ' »i- did mvt sigh 'jiqc,a,o»e it was dry, Bat art? ifjhe could hare his wli' "ft would tin hln chief, supreme deHght To liv* where the sun shone day and night. When winter came, with its snow and ice, .He did not scold Because It was cold, But said: "Now this Is real nice; If ever from home I'm forced to go, I'll move up north wllb the Esqulmuux." A cyclone whirled along Its track; And did him harm- It broke his arm, Andstrlpped the coat from off his back; "And I would give another limb To see such a blow again," Raid Jim. And when at length bit years were told. And bis body bent, And his strength all spent, And Jim was very weak and old; "I tapghave wanted to know." he said, ■How it feels to die," and Jim was dead. The angel ot death had summoned him To hea...

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