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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 17, 1913, Image 15

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We're off to the end of the world again,
We're off on another trail,
'Away from the crowded towns of men
And the airs that are sick and stale,
There's a job at the end of the world for us
So we're done with our labor here,
An4 it's pack your grip for the onward trip,
We're off to the New Frontier,
And it's "Well, so long!" to the toiling throng,
We're off to the New Frontier!
It's off to the land of dreams we are, v
Somewhere on the, Seven Seas.
Do we go in Peace, do we go in War? '
Well, that's as the Fates may please.
There may be a King to fight with us
Or a jungle for us to clear; ,
Whatever the game it's all the same,
We're off to the New Frontier;
We're primed all right for work or fight,
We're off to the New Frontier!
We're off again on a long, long chance
To the lands beyond the law.
We're off insearch of the True Romance
And the realms that are newand raw;
There.is much still warts fof the white man's eyes
And the feet of the pioneer; .
So we're off once more to a. distant shore,
We're off to the New Frontier.
'And we shout "So longw to the toiling throng,
,. -We're' off do the .New Frontier!

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