GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 11 .
f ifita. T'TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP, THE BOYS ARE MARCHING" I
Au Revoir, Soldier Men I
Au Revoir, As You Begin Your March for Another Year . I
I 1$ More than two score years ago there was a call to arras. Secession was assailing the H
I 1 integrity, the very life of the nation. )
jIore than a million hoys under 22 years of ago marched with older men to a terrible H
This has been a week of bar- war anv 0f them never returned; thousands were maimed; from awful hardships I
gain opportunities for our friends others were left with health impaired; the fortunate ones were fortunate indeed. I
from surrounding states, and thou- n-.r.-,,. , , , , ,-, ,. n , , ,, I
? sands of value seekers have taken I Myriad hvGis1 were lost-but the nation survived to once more he one people, to pros-
, ,,,., per as no other country has ever prospered.
k advantage of our offerings in the x- x a m
knowledge that the Keith-O'Brien We have heard the heat of the drums; waving flags have electrified the air; up the I
Company has this week, as in street we have seen in phalanx array the flower of the youth of '61 to '65. I
every week since the day the stoie "Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are marching!" Yes, the boys are marching- I
was opened, lived up to its record while iiaire(; trembling and bent, but with eyes kindled with the old fire of patriot-
for honest value giving in every ism.
one of its great departments. w ,
J We foel it. Our hearts beat fast, our eyes grow dim.
J You are going but wve can't quite say good-bye. q God bless the soldier men! I
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