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2 THE T SALT LAKE HERALD Sn SUNDAY D Y FEBRUARY FEBRU EEBR r y 14 1904 SECTION S lIOX T THREE THREEI R Ri
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i QUO AGO o 1 WIN yotwe L IMke I Dirt DMtu Dirttalk
L I th u Foot Boot B4T 3 6 f < a r yn w s aattJI aattJItio autdfous M Mtious
tious tio for Short 8IaOrt patronage e he said saidto Idto Braidto
to Solomon Stride of Ragged Harbor Harbora
a punt pun punHSoIo Asber AsberSoloman fisherman fishermanSolomon
HSoIo Solomon by an you be with Til Tiltrust Tntruat rlltrait
trust yen II with twine for a 6e4tp 6e4tpA eMtt fwdfirerA lP lPAli
A Ali you trad trade vtth me Vy 7 Ill trade tradewith tradewit tradewith
with wit you come good times or bad b8LSolomon bedSolomon
Solomon wade w young < and lusty hML7hty a amighty amighty
mighty hty youth in bone and seasoned seasonedmuscle aeuoDedlBUBCle seasonedtnuaele
muscle lunged like a blast t furnacecourageous furnace furnacecourageous furnacet01IraCoou
courageous and 1 finely sanguine Said Saidhe Saidhe Saidhe
he
An you ou trust me with twine tW le for a atrap atrP atrap
trap skipper skipperrn FB deal fair by you youcome YOUoome youeome
come good oed times tt tin or bad Tit pay for forun torun or orun
un un skipper with the first fish I Icotcbee IcotchetJ Icotches
cotcbee cotcbee8aid cotchetJaid cotchesSaid
aid Luke D Dart rt t When I trust by byI byI
I trust You Yo l para ay8 for fo tin when you youcan youcI1 youcan
can canIt cI1It canIt
It was a compact so at the end of ofthe otthe ofthe
the season Solomon budded a cottage cottageunder cottqeuader cottageunder
under the MaaoWar Broad Cove Coveway Covew Covewady
way w and married a maid of the place placeIn placeIn placeIn
In five months of that winter he made madethe madethe madethe
the trap every ever net of it leader and andall andaU andall
all aU with his own WD bands that he might mightknow milhtmow mightkrxriv
know that the work was good to the thelas thelass
las 1 knot and splice In the spring he heput heput heput
put up the stage and the flake ftkmade and andmade t nd ndmade
made the skiff which done he waited waitedfor wattedfor waftedfor
for a sign of fish When the tempered tempereddays tempereddas tempereddays
days came be hung the net on the thehorse tbehone thehorse
horse where it could be seen from the thethreshold thethreshold thethreshold
threshold of the tbecottage cottage In the even evenings evenIqs evenings ¬
ings he sat with Priscilla Pl1 on the bench benchat benchat It i iat
at the door and dreamed great dreams clreamwlane dreamswhile dreamswhile
while the red son went down in theyea the therea tJtee
yea e and the shadows adOYS crept out of the thewikternees tll tllJkJ thewiklerness
wiklernessWoman wikternees wikterneesWoman JkJ lnees lneesWoman
Woman dear said this young Salomon Sol Solomon SoIomon ¬
omon Stride with a slap of his hl great greatthigh greatthigh 1 1tJdgh
thigh twill be a gran season for forfish 101ftBh forflab
fish this year yearSure earSure yearSure
Sure by said ld Prtecilla tenderly tenderlytwill teftcler1Tt1 tenderlytwill
twill t1 1I1 be a gran season for fish fishAy ftfJhA fishAy
Ay Solomon S lomon sighed ghed tint that thatthfe thatthli thatthis
this yearTis year yearTis ear earTls
Tis handy t three hundred hua < re4 an anfifty anftftl anfft
fft fifty + dollar I owes ow Luke Dart for thetwine the thetwine tl1etwIne
twine mused Solomon SolomonTis SOIomonco 5olomoftTis
co Tis not much said PrteciUa smil smiling nIne smUIng ¬
ing when you has a trap trapTsll tr trursn trayVaIi
Tsll pay un all 1 up this year r said saidSolomon MidSolomon saidSolomon
Solomon SolomonSure SolomonuSure SolomonSure
Sure said aid she echoing ec his eon emtfidenco eoftd4ncf eonMencc
fidenco fidencoTsll ftd4ncfrsn
Mencc9s71 Tsll pay ou for t r a trap dear dearchuckled 1Jearhuckled dearbuckled
chuckled Solomon an have H enough enoughleft eDOUhleft enoughleft
left over r t bay bayOh baTOh a aOh
Oh she cried with an ecstatic ttioewtn gasp gaapa
a sewln machafte macbaaeTee machafteIss ma haaet haaetI88
Tee be roared HSUre Sure girl girlBut strlBut girlBut
But in tbe beginning be of that season seasonwhen 1eUODwon se son sonwhen
when won the first fish ran In for the capita caplhinnd caplin1M capitaand
and the nets were set out out the ice was wuFUll wastill
5 FUll till banking off shore drifting vagrantly va vagrantly Vaantly
grantly antly with tbe wind and there came camea
a gale Ie in the night springing from the thenortheast thenorth48Sta thenortheasta
northeast north48Sta a great at vicious wind which whichrahered whichered whichgathered
gathered ered the ice in a pack and drove droveit
it swiftly in upon the land landSolomon landSolomon landSolomon
Solomon dragged the trap from the thebottom theboUHII thebottom
bottom Great boles were bruised brul ed in inthe Inthe inthe
the nets MaC he rcpe and span aptLnlIne line were weregro wereJmJIIAd weregraved
graved gro a4 to put the anchors l were lost lostThirtyseven JoeLT1drt7aeven lostThfttyaeven
Thirtyseven days and nights it took tookto tookt tookto
to t tttaite the t e nets whole again and in inthat Intbat inthat
that time the great t spring run of codpassed cod codpassed codpalllleilt
passed by So in the next spring Solo Solomon SoloJ1MMt SoloIn ¬
mon In was deeper in the debt of sym sympathetic sympathetic sympathetic ¬
pathetic Luke Dart Daltfor for the new twine twineand twinean twineand
and < for the winters food he had eat eaten eatfn eaten ¬
en h bet t of an evening everd g when he sat on onthe onthe onthe
the bench with PrJ PrteclHa cIlia he looked lookedthrough Jookedt lookedthrough
through t ktlatt the ghDsmfngshadows gloaming shadows path gathered pathered h hr6d ¬
ered over the tbeharbor harbor water and hang ¬
ing between the great packs to the thegolden thelohI thegolden
golden summer aparoaching apN08 aper aehing ln lndIM and anddreamat ad adc
dIM dreamat g16tf8n Mtheft M the fl i be Whld Whldate rutiaIdc
c ate teh larlals br hfe trust trustPrhKiiMi txiattaPrtuoiHe >
atetlCIII
PrhKiiMi demr > < aU Solomon Stride StrideslmnHng Strkes StrideIron
slmnHng s hte iron fhl ldgla fc they hes be a fine finesign hed finealan
sign o d Jtad I down the toast Twill U be bea bea bea
a raft fete seaaon Fm tWhkte tWhkteSwe tJltn tJltny tbihkhtfi4t1RL
Swe by y Prt Prte iH agreed twill twiltbe twillbe twillbe
be a graa pa eotch o 0 fish yorU have this thicyear thisear thisy
year yeart y ear
amnwu ear1I11aY nwu t n 1I11aY nay ay Lake e Dart this th year I tellsyra tellS telteyou tellSu
you u said SOKHHOJI like a boastful boy
tVfi raU1JaT pay nn twice over overTwill overtwill
Twill be fine t have the muchane asehaneaid muchanesaid chane chaneatd
said aid she with with1I shilling eyee eyeeAn gyssAn
An the calico cask o t f use un 111011 on said he heAnd beAM heAM
AM a so while the night spread over overhead overhead ¬
head h these two simple slJap sm Ig folk f k feastedupend feasted feastedupoa tedupoa
upend upoa aH ll the sweets of o life and all that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the desired the they possessed pOM as fast t asfancy as asfancy utarwy
fancy could form wishes Just t as though thoughthe thou thoughthe h ht
the t bench were a a bit of magic furni furniture furaltu furniture ¬
ture tu to bring bri dreams true truenUl until the thenight tAenlpt thenigttt
night advancing thrust thlU tbe red and andgold andold andgold
gold old of the sunset clouds over tbe rim rimof rimL
of L f the sea and it was dark darkLeare darktStre
Leare us uti goa in said Jd Prtecilla PrtecillaThis Prl PriscillaThis cillan
This n year said Solomon rifting I Ibe 1be Ibe
be goain ltIb t Botch three hundred quin quintals qubtt quintals ¬
tals t o Qh fish h Sure S I be betAi this year yearI yearbe
WID I be fine said she sheIt sheIt sheIt
It chanced in that year ear that the fish fishfailed fishfalJe4 fishfailed
failed utterly getterl hence in the winter tot following tolJWha totlowing ¬
lowing Ragged Harbour fait fs f > upon days tfayvof daysof 7 7nt
of distress 4I8tre and three old women and anda andere
t ere a old man starved t red to death deatbad deatbadn eju tvve tvvetlklren r rHldren
Hldren n of of whmn w etn one waif the t infant infantson tofafttor infantsoh
son of Solomon Stride Neither in that thatseason thatn thatseason
season n nor In any one QD < of the thirteen th1rteeAe thirteenera thirteenyears
years < era e ra coming c ml K after did this man catch catchthree latc latct catchthree
three t buudrcd quintal Intah of cod in his histrmi M Mtrap histram
trap > in pure might of body bocI7ln in pleattuge pleat ptenitue pIentt
tue t and quality of strength strengtlttQ 4n the thefull thefull thefull
full eager power of brawn bra brawnhe wobe he was wasnmct wasJQMt wasgreet
greet as the Man of any time a tower towering toerfnc towerng ¬
+ ing ng glory to the whole race ra here hid hidden b1dden hidden ¬
den but h be could not catch three hun t n nled4lvthtalll
dred dr led4lvthtalll + utntate of nod In Spirit tJpIrCt1n to pati patience pIUIenee pittlonce ¬
once hope courage and < the dine ne win winfor wIDfor willfor
for toil tollbe be was great but good aen season seasonor HUOnOtbacI on onor
or OtbacI bad he could not catch three th hun hundred hUbdrect hantired ¬
tired quintal of coda cod od He met night nightoM nightcoke
coke < oM fog < wind and the fury of war waves WY8lnt wavesn s sin
lnt in n their r craft crattln in their swift assault assaultm It ItHI
m their sl lw > w crushing descent d nt but all alltbe allthe allthe
the cod < 04 he could wrest from the t sea seabeing seaing seabeing
being ing given glv n into the hands ham of Luke LukeDartj Lukean
Dartj an 8 honest 00 man yielded yleldedonly Only suM sufitfteht aNftIrkbt
fteht 1 itt provision for food and cloth clothor clothfor clothing
for or himself and Prisclila Pri eUhonly only enough enoughto b bto
to ke keep p their tb t tr r bodies warm and still the thecrying Uterrying thecrying
crying of their stomachs M mach Thus while whilethe whUe1he whileThe
the nets net of the trap rotted and Solomon Solomonaine Solomonme Solomoname
aine me near to middle age the debt debtrwung debtswung debtswung
swung from 37M rJ S to f 7 and back to b7 b7which 7 7which 7J 7Jwhich
which it was on an evening ing in spring springwhen springwben springwhen
when be sat t with PriscIHa on the thesunken thelunken flusunken
sunken bench at th the door and dreamed dreamedgreat 4reamecllTeat dreamedgreat
great dreams as h he wataned the theihadowt UteIhadowt tkeshadow
ihadowt gather over the harbor water waterand watertnd waterand
and sullenly baas ha e between the great greatrocks petro greatrocks
rocks ro Q rising all roundabout roundaboutI round out outI
I wonder by It said Prtecilla If Iftwill IftwUl Iftwill
twill be a good soaooa seesoathfa this your yourOb 7eUOb yearOh
Ob aoror exclaimed led Solomon SolomonSure SoIoMeIIre SeiomutSure
Sure Surenyy SureDye re
Dye reDye think it byr b by wistfully
Woman said he impressively impressivelyu vely velytW1l
wait u ll catch a hpe 1M o fish in the tit trap trapthis traptJ trapthis
this year They be xailiona o fish in inthe Inthe Inthe
the trap this year They be millions milliewso
o fish t t the say he went on excited excitedly ¬
ly They be there woman Tis ocucy ocucyfor OIfytor oenyfor
for us t take ua out I be goain to towark towark towark
wark hard t tws t l year yearYou yearYou aI aIYou
You be 4 > E great warker Solomon Solomonsaid Solomoaid Solomonsaid
said ahe > he nay but you 7 7Priae to toPrisem bePrtseilts
Prisem J smlied and Solomon smiled smiledand smiledand Qed Qedand
and it was w m 4IftJaolgit Ukoagfe ail the labor and andperil a aleril andperil
peril of the that aeoa wore pact aa4 the thestage t1Mtap thestage
stage warn Cult i to the roof with salt saltrod saltro4 saltcod
rod ro4 In tile Jaappme apptn 0e of this dream dreamthey dreamthey t ttbey
they sdtfisd a Again and turned their theireyes theirftI theireyes
eyes ftI to the MMs 11 s from which the glory gloryof gloryot gloryof
of purple e and yellow was departing to tomate toNJ tonkb
mate NJ r dot the mists iHty dusk duskWcipjier duskIIk1mIet duskSkipper
Skipper Luke dart art says t me said saidSotertoa MidSOle saidSolesn
SOle m tht 4tls t18 the luxuries that thatJi thatJrn thatdyed
dyed Ji Jrn 4p folk secy secysaid poor poorPrtexjMa
> PrtexjMa P1t said nothing at all allThey aiLney allThey
< They They be nine dollars agin me in ineren InaeTen inseven
seven years for eic eiIiJ1rtt d 4ults me o tartar said eaidJSrtomon saidotDon saidSolomon
Solomon otDon Think 0 tfiatr tfiatrSry that tllatYy thattty
Sry tty ea4 id l ebe but tte a lot But ButWf ButWf Butralf
Wf Wf be us1 u tpd d to t un now W Solomon an we wecant wecant e ee
e cant nrt get et along alon ao g without un I I5ZJ
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SI r ° raid he e tis good were not notpoorlike n netpoor
poorlike po 111re Ilse some folk tolkI1Ithirty folkTn
I Itt I1Ithirty thirty yesi yeaJft yes after that time Solo Soloinoa So1omOIl Solothou
mOIl Stride put to sea 10060 times Tea Teathousand TeAthousand Tenthousand
thousand times he passed through Ute tlwtickle Utetickle thetickle
tickle rock to tAt free treehefwlng heaving deep
for salmon and cod thereto compelled compelledby
by Ute intend ws w wazite e which wdc4tOOitrlbute wdc4tOOitrlbutenotblllg eortrlbutesnothing cojtrlbutee cojtrlbuteenothing
nothing to the sustenance 8u tlanae Of the men menof menof
of that coast Hungftr Hun lurking in theshadows the thei
i shadows ws of days to come inexorably inexoraWyI lnex rabb
I drove dro him into th the chances cl ance8 of the confilet con conflict conmet ¬
met Perforce he matched himself himself19M himselfloee6
10980 times against the restless re s might mightof mlghtlof
lof of the sea immeasurable Imme urab1 and ware I Istrained j jstrained
strained t surviving the gamut of Its ItsR100d8 Itsmoods j
moods because ecau e he was great In In8tren i istrength istrength
strength 8tren b fearlessness enns andcunning and cunning He i iweathered
weathered 400 gales from fr m the gray graygusts grsJgust graygusts
gusts wmot come down between QUid QuttNitac QuidNa0
Nitac and nd the MaaoWr nano WAr leaping leapingupoa leApingupon leapingupon
upon Ute fleet to the summer tesfcpaets ttmupatsswift tel tesfcpaetsswift apMtsIlfWitt
swift and black blok and the first blizzards bliazardsof
of winter inte He was wrecked Wteck d of off the theMull theMuD theMuu
Mull off the Three Poor Sfttors on the thePancake thePaDCAke thePancake
Pancake Rock and agam again oft the Mull MallSerea MulltbDe8 MullSeven
Seven times he was swept to see by t tote tbcoffshore toteoftshore ie ieoffshore
offshore wind Eighteen times he was wasfroaen wasftmen U Utroaen
froaen to tbe seat of His punt puatand and of ofthese orthe ofthese
these eight times his feet were frozen frozenand frozenand frozenand
and thrice his festered right hand Allthis All Allthis Anthis
this he suffered and mite of which I Imay Imay Imay
may set down six separate periods of ofstarvation orstarvation ofstarvation
starvation in which thirtyeight men menwomen menwomen menwomen
women and children died diedaU all thia with withall withall withall
all the toil cold despair de lr loneliness lonelinesshunger lonelinesshunger
hunger peril and disappolatm dl app fDtnMbt it there therein rein theoin ¬
in contained containedAnd conlDedAnel containedAnd
And so he came down to old age agewith age agewith ageWith ¬
with a bent back shrunken arms and andfilmy andfilmy andfilmy
filmy eyes eyesold old ld Solomons Stride now aowprey BQ BQIrey nowprey
prey for the young soft But of aa aaev aDcvel aneveagug
ev cvel eveagug i3ag h1 in spring he sat with Prisefila Prisefilaon
on the sunken bench ben h at the door and andtalked andtalked andtalked
talked hopefully of the fish he would wouldcatch wouldcatch wouldcatch
catch from this puntpriscllla puntPriscilla punt puntPriecllla
Priecllla < dear said he rubbing his bichand hiehand hishand
hand over his weazened thigh I be bethtokin bethb1kin bethinkin
thtokin us punt fishermeitfU have a aPriscilla 3PrJ aPriscilla
Priscilla PrJ cilla was w not attending jhe J e was waalooking wasloolting waslooking
looking into the shadows above the theharbor thQharbor theharbor
harbor water w ter dreamfng deeply of a amystery am7atery amystery
mystery of tbe Book which had long longp longPURJed longpuuaed
p PURJed 88ed her so in silence Solomon Solomontoo
too watched the shadows rise and sul sulSolomon sullenly sullenly
lenly hang between the groat reeks reeksSolomon rocksSolomon
Solomon fey she s e Whispered i iwonder I Iwonder IwObdel
wonder what the sv seven i thunders ut uttered uttered Uttered ¬
tered teredTte
TIe qtsar quu that thatwhat what the seven seventhunders seventbundem seventhunders
thunders uttered said Solomon My Mywoman Mywoman Mywoman
woman but UsT UsTAn Us UsIt usr1An
It An he set his right feat loot upon the thesea thesea thesea
sea she repeated staring over the thegraying theying thegraying
graying ying water to the clouds which whichflamed whichAamed whichflamed
flamed gloriously at he edge of the theworld theWorJcl theworld
world an his left foot o t on n the theeath theeath theoath
eath eathAn
An cried with a laud voice said saidhe sidhe saidhe
he whispering in awe II as when a lto ltoroareth lion UonroareUl lionroaretii
roareth an when he Had 1i d cried seven seventhunders S4Tenthunders seventhunders
thunders uttered their voices voicesSeven volceU voices voicesSeven
U Seven thunders uttered their theirvoices theirvoices theirvoices
voices said she an when the sev seven seven seven ¬
en thunders had uttered their voices I Iwaa Ivalf Iwas
was about to write 11t an I heard a voice voicefrom voicefrom voicefrom
from heaven sayin unto me me Seal up upthose uptho upthose
those e things which the seven thunders thundersuttered thundersuttered thundersuttered
uttered an write them not notThe notThe notThe
The wind from the wilderness cold cekland c coldand 1d 1dand
and black covered the hills with mist mistthe mistthe mistthe
the dusk fell and an the glory faded ded from fromthe fromthe from fromthe
the heights heightsOft
Oft Solomon she said clasping aer aerhands tier tierhanda herhands
hands I wonder what the seven thundemo thun thunders thundem ¬
demo uttered Think you by twas the thekind thekind thekind
kind o sins that t cant be forgiven forgivenShhh forgivenUShhh forgivenSeahh
Shhh dear he s said i patting her hergray Itergray hergray
gray head thinkin on they thingsll thingsllcapsize tblngsllcapsize things11capsize
capsize an you dont look outAn out outAn outU
U An seven thunders uttered their theirvoices theirolees theirvoices
voices y she said dreamily dreamilyShhh dreanlllyShbh dreamilySbhh
Shhh dear said he h Lease Leave Le e us usgoa usgoa usgoa
goa in inTwentyone inTwentyone inTwentyone
Twentyone years longer old Solomon SolomonStride SelomonStride SolomonStride
Stride fished out of Ragged Harbor He Heput Heput Heput
put to sea the itv thousand tboul ncl time 1 more moreweathered moreweat1lered moreweathered
weathered two hundred more gales galessurvived ga1esurvived galessurvived
survived five more famines faminesall all ll in the thetoil theteil thetoil
toil for salmon lmoft and cod He was a punt puntfisherman punt8hermaA puntfisherman
fisherman again api was old Solomon for forthe forthe forthe
the nets of the trap bad hadrotted rotted and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been renewed six times strand by bystrand by8tra1td bystrand
strand and had rotted at last beyond beyondrepair beYOlKlrepal beyondrepeat
repair What hat with the weather he hedared hedared hedared
dared not pit his failing strength strengthagainst strengthnst strengthagainst
against nst the return of fish to Luke Dart Dartfell Dartfell DartIOU
fell off from year to year but as Solomon Solo Solomon Solomon ¬
mon said to Luke livin expenses kep kepup kepup kepup
up wonderful nothwithetanding nothwithetandingI
uI I be so used u ed f t luxuries lux rie he went on onrunning onrunning onrunning
running his hand through his long gray grayhair gtOhair grayhair
hair that twould be lard t t come comedown comedo comedown
down do t common livin Sure Its sugar sugarI
I wants t me tea teanot not blackfrStrap blaekrstrapTin blaekrstrapTinwhat TJs TJswhat lswht
what I Yarned he added proudly proudlywhen proudlywhen proudlywhen
when I were a trap fisherman fishermanTte fiebermanTJs flahermrulTin
Tin all right Solomon said Luke LukeMany Lukexnr LukeMany
Many the quintal o fish you traded tradedwitli txadedwith tradedwith
with meSure me meSore
meSolomon
Sore Solomon chucTcled twouldtake twould twouldtake twouldtake
take a year t count un unIn unIn unIn
In coarse of time it came to the end of ofSolomons ofSolomons ofSolomons
Solomons last seaSontbOle season thoee days of ofit ofit ofit
it when as the folk Q of ofthe the tMoo coast 8t 8tthe say saythe saythe
the sea is hungry for llves Uve Ilvesaand and nd thethan the theman theman
man was SI years old and the debt debtto debtto debtto
to Luke Dart had crept cr pt U W to 20 20TlM 2f19SOThe
The offshore wind jnd rising rJ tll1 suddenly suddenlywith suddenlywltk suddenlywith
with a blUzard in i itS tittin caught him himJne himalone
alone on the Grappling1 GrappUngHook Hook ground groundHe groundHo groundHe
He was old very old oldold old and feeble feebleand feebleand feebleand
and dull the cold numbed him th thF thFsnow ° j I Inow
snow blinded him the wind made sport sportof sportof
of the strength of his hi arms arms He was wascarried wascarried wascarried
carried out to sea rowing doggedly doggedlythinking clcggedhthlnklB i
thinking < all the time that be wag draw dravnet dra draIn drawlug
lug In < ear Ute ltat harbor or tickle for it did id idnot 1 1not
not eeeur to him then that the th last of ofeight ofeight ofeight
eight hundred gales could be too great greatfor greatlor greatl
for him He was wa carried out from th thsea thf thesee <
sea w where the strength of his hi youth youthhad yout1bad youth youthhad I
had bee beep spent to the Deep which hnd hndbeen hodbeen f
been a mystery to him all his days daysThat daysThat
That night be passed on a pan of ir irwhere i iwhere icwhere > > 11 11That
where he burned his boat splinter 8 nter by bysplinter h hsplinter bysplinter
splinter to keep warm At t dawn n nlay 1 1Jay m mlay <
lay down to die dieThe dieThe
The snow ceased the wind changed cha changedthe gc1 gc1tH i ithe I
the ice was carried te Ragged 1 Harbor HarborEteasar HarinlEIeHar Kara ir irEleatnar
Eteasar Manual spied the b pea hods dy of toio toiowon olo olomen
won from the t e k behest > kout and put out and andbrought andbrought I
brought t him in Inrevlved revived hint 1 and took tookhim tookaim tookhim
him honk to Prtseilla Pn eil1a1 Through thwinter tht thtwinter thtwinter
winter the old man doddered dOtlcl about th tfiharbor thharbor t r rIaarbor >
harbor dying of consumption When Whfllthe Vhnnthe i
the tempered days 01nethe cine the days of ofbalun j i
balmy sunshine and cold evening eveningwinds eveningwindshe colng I IS
winds windshe S Ae e came quickly to the pas P s c f fglittering fglittering i iglittering
glittering visions which hieh for such a adie as asdie < < I
die of the lung trouble COIn come at the theend j jend Iend
end of otllfe lifeIn life lifeIn i
In the spring when the Iu Luck < ky Starthree Star tnr i ithree Ithree
three days out from Rest Bay put putinto putInto
into Bagged Harbor to trade e for f > r thfirst th thftrst t tArst I
first catch old Skipper Luke Dart vas vasabraad r 815 asabrennd
abraad making M JIM Mist voyago voy age to the theShore theShore theShore I
Shore for he was W S very okl and nd longed longedonce 10ngtKloaee longedOlace
once more to see the reels of all that thatcest thatcowl t
cowl before he made m ready ready to vlif depWhen vlifWhen li t
When he came ashore h Kleazar Mann Han > u i itoM ftold
toM him that Solomon Solo Stride lay dying dyingat
at a home so the skjfn s skipper > er went to the thecottage thtcottage th thcottage
cottage under the ManoWar 1Ia11o War to t say saygoodby saygoodby R Rxoodby
goodby te his oW customer cu ofter and friil Irientaaad friiland fli 1 1nd
nd and there found him propped up in inbed inbed inbed
bed staring at the theSJPI sea seaSkipper seaSllpper
Skipper Lke Lv Solomon quavered quavereain
in dsep c1 excitement be you y Just come comein comeIII comein
in III byr byrIss bluIs by byIsebut
uIs Iss Isebut het an hour gone goneWhat goneWDat gonetihlat
What be the big craft hangin han in off offshoare ofshoare offshoare
shoare Bh hwhat what 1 1Je she by byThere byThlft8 byThere
There had beaa no craft in sight sightwhen sightwhen t twhen
when the Lucky Star let in Were Wereae Wereshe
she ae a ferea fAttieaaater afler Solomon aid NidLcke saidLuke aidLake
Lake evasively evasivelySure evaitySu evasivelySure
Sure Su noa 110 no by cried Soiogian SoiogianShe SohQJDShe SobrnnShe
She were a squarerigged 8qUler1g d craft with withall withalt ith ithau
all sail set seta a great gpiui laAit J1 craft craftqitare cratta crattaQItIUe traitaquaze
qitare craft by byb by nm lira she were wrremade wu wumade weremade
made o glass I canvass o aft fail iuli an JQ cH cHan 1 1an lan
an she had shlnin ropes a ata tt j sloe fc tv were VflIe8h1Rln wereobtain v vahinin
obtain ail 1 over Sum Su t th y Be a stagt star starf
f t the tip o her bowsprit H PJit by an a aster astar astar
star t tha peck o her mainmast mahlmaatHYen mahlmaatHYenalan aeven aevenstare
stare mav fee 8 in an an Ok she w were ere re a aHm agran agran
gran ai 8 its 1t4gem itsHers
Hm J said ijd fiukSr t tfk stroking sttOk tAd tAdbeaid his htebear h J JbeaJId
bear Sh AIMV ve not n come in yet yetShe yetshe et etShe
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Labrador Solomon went on quiQklr quiQklran qui q d9klr d9klran klr klran
an when she 5k made the Grapplin GrapplinHook GrappIlnIiOQk Gtappiinhook
Hook grounds she came about ab ut an anheaded anheaded anheaded
headed ft for > r the tickle with her sails sailssquared saUssqu satinsquared
squared squ r d Sure she ran right over the thePancake thePlUlCake thePancake
Pancake by Hke he werent there at atall atall atall
all an ann anHows Hows ws the wind by byDaavl byDaMl byDeed
Deed off shore from the tickle tickleSolomon tickleSolomon tickleSolomon
Solomon stared at Luke i I She he were wereootnin wereoomln wereoomin
ootnin straight in agin the wind he hesaid heMid hesaid
said hoarsely Maybe skipper he hewent hewent hewent
went on with a little laugh shedo shedobe she do dobe doobe
be the ship for souls They be many manythugs manvthings manerthings
things stror strong men knows mrthin about aboutWhat i i
What think you nu I I II
Ay AyJileJbe maybe maybe she sh be beMaybe beMyb beMaybe
Maybe = m3Jbeshe maybe she do be imdsible imdsiblet
t mortal eyes Maybe skjpper you youhasnt YOUhasnt youhasnt
hasnt seed her maybetis maybe tin that my myeyes myeyes myeyes
eyes do be opened t such sights May Maybe Maybesheve Maybe ¬
be besheve sheve turned in Infor for me meThe meThe meThe
The men turned their faces f to the thewindow thewindow thewlndow
window again and gazad gazodlong long and in intently intemly inteaatly ¬
tently at the sea s which a storm cloud aloudhad cloudhad loudhad
had turned black Skipper Luke Lukesaid Lukesaid Lukesaid
said Solomon with a smile as of one onein OI1ein onein
in an enviable situation tis fine t thave thave thave
have nothln agin you on the books bookswhen bookswtten bookswhen
when you comes t t tydia tydiaSure die dieSure dteSUre
Sure by said Luke hesitating not
Whiskey and Beer Habit HabitPERMANENTLY HabitPERMANENTLY
PERMANENTLY CURED BY BYA BYII BYli
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ORRINE ORRINEA
A SAFE SURE AND HARMLESS ESS SPECIf SPECIFIC SPECIFICPhysicians PfCI = JC JCPhysicians JC JCPhysicial16
Physicians pronounce pro ouncc drunkenness r di disease e of Use nervous system ssle creating a iaorblicrating morbid n1OtblclclaTing morbidcraving
crating fer a stimulant Continued indulgence in whiskey rrhiskeybeer beer or r wine eatlTavaythe eatlTavaytheBtontaoh e eatsawaythaetemaoh tkawa tlur tlurstomach
stomach llnicg and stupefies the digestive organs thus destroying the digestion digcs oD and andrntnlng andniulug andraining
raining the health No vrlll power can heal the inflamed stomach membranes membranesOURINE membranesORRIN membranesORRINE
OURINE permanently removes the craving for liquor by acting directly on the theaffected theaffected theaffected
affected nerves nerresrestoriug restoring the stomach and digestive dige digestireorsans titc organs to normalconditions normal conditions improving improvingthe
the appetite and restoring restorin the health No sanitarium treatment necessary ncce sary ORRINE ORRINEcan
can be taken at your own home without publicity Caa be given secretly if desired desiredCURE desiredCURE desiredC
C CURE GUARANTEED ORMONEY OR MONEY REFUNDED
MrsE Wycl1tf New York City writes writes4ORRINE writesORRINE
MORRINB cured my husband who was a asteady astead asteady
steady stead drunkard for many years He now nowlias nowhaa nowhas
has ao desire for stimulants his health is isgood isgood iscod
good cod and lie is f fUlly restored to manhood manhoodHe manhoodHe
He He used only five boxes of ORRINE ORRINEMrs ORRINEMrs ORINEMrs
Mrs W L D Helena Mont writes I Ihave 1baTe Ihave
have waited one year before writing you yono youof youof
of o the Mrmacent Jtermaunt > cure of my son He took tooksanitarium tooksa tookeanitareus
sanitarium sa itanum treatment as well as = 8 other ad adTetrtieed adrticd adrertisedcurea
Tetrtieed rertisedcurea rticd cures ures but they theya11 all failed untit adtitwe adtitwegate we wegave weve
gave ve him l1 n ORRINE He Is now DO > fully ft llyre llyreator restored re restored ¬
stored 4 to heat < and has no desire for drinkMr drink drinkMr drink 4rlukuMr
Mr A B I r etlanta 8 tlallb Gawrites C Ga writes UI I was wasbora wasbora washera
bora w wfh th a lore In c of whiskey whlsk y and drank it
for thirtytwo years ears It Itfiaailvbrought fiaaltv brought brQu ht me meto meto meto
to the ratter tter homeless hDmel and irfendless I Iwas Ias Iwas
was as powerless powerl 8 to resfet rw rmistlbe 8tlhe tbe cravngand cravngandwoad era craving via sr and andwouW andwoatd
wouW steal and lie to yet whisker Fbur Fburtwx rburboxes
1 boxes twx a ofORRINE of ORRIJTE cored ttfe tf1 of all ail desire desired derfrcand 4 slIC slICatjId
and atjId d I now bate the s smell as ell of liquorsite liquor liquorwrapper liquorPrIce
PrIce site 1 1 per box Mai1e Malted In t1a1 plain sealed sealedrapper sealedwrapper
wrapper rapper by Ofrine Company 817 14th i iWashiaglonDC St StWuhia StWashisgtoaDC
WashiaglonDC Wuhia oB D C IntemstlxgbookTreatr InterestiHir In book bookTreat bookTreatiSi Treat Treatiseoit
iseoit iSi 0It DraakennessCseaIedif free ree on request requestSoM requestSold requestSoll
Sold 4 sd d ri r rfiiaair cernmerdedby cernmerdedbySMITH Rlmeaded Md d by bySMTTH bysM
SMITH DRUG COMPANY COMPANYSalt COMPANYSalt COMPANYSalt
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at all though th be kneifr to a cnt what whatwas whatwas whatwas
was on the th books against Solomonsname Solomons Solomonsname 5olomonsnom
name nom c tin fine f t be free o debt debtAh letbtAh debtAh
Ah said aldSolQm Soipinon Solomon n the stub mHe broad broadssuing broadening broadnlng ¬
suing gloriously tis fine I tells you youTwas youTwas youTwas
Twas the three hundred quintal I Icotched Icatcbed Icotched
cotched last season that paid un tn all allup aUup allup
up Twas a graW grnootchJftSt ooteh ootehlast laat year yearAh yearAh yearAh
Ah he sighed twaa hrua a gfa gran cotcR cotcRo
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What t be b the balance t my credit creditskipper l6d1t l6d1tskipper creditskipper
skipper Sure I forget forgetHemm forgetHemm
Hemm the skipper coughed coughedpausing oou coughedpausing hed hedpaustng
pausing to form a guess gu which might mightabout mightDtlNT
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about where whe to raveafypur izvest your money mooe safelyLook safely MretoLook
Look at the percentage pucentaepald paid by the tbebtah tbebtahCommercial t7tabCommercial Utah UtahCommercial
Commercial b Savings Bask on your yoursavings YOlrsavlnse yoursavings
savings and which you dont have to teworry towOlT toworry
worry over at all It makes money mone for foryou foryou foryou
you while you sleep without any fear fearof fearof fearof
of low in bad in vestments Irtv tment By alt means meansopen meD6open meansopen
open an acoiint in tbe Utah Commercialsav Commercial CommercialSavings
4 Savings sav n 8 Bank it may bo botiae t tiic e nest egg eggof egeof eggof
of a fortune fortuneYou tuneYou f une uneYou
You dan n bank with wit us by mail
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J i element e mett which renders ren l r4 life worth living Jia man should allow him himelf 1
elf lf to become b Omel1W Ittssa Isgs > a man man than th i1 nature intended Intend intend d him no man should should Jb uld sufferbbOr suffer sufferhis
40 10 bbOr tt the SiBS of his youth when there Is here here at hand a certain cure for forisle t
+ his weakness a check to his loss of vitality vitalityof +
+ Mp Most t of the pains most t of the weakness of stomach heart brain braina bratnJt4 +
r Jt4 a 4 nerve from which men m n suffer are duo to an an earFyloss earr earry loss of riaturaH riaturaHSy iiat rlatnresresecxepower rel1 rel1rcI +
+ rcI resecxepower pOWct through m mistakes t kes Of youth You need no not t suffer for thus th9YdU thusYou
You eah aa b S re restored tored The T h6 ver very temcnt which Wh IOh YOU haW harp s lost souu ou ttaIIgot an t
+ s got t 1 lack bd you OU may bB as happy lSRr1y a arty man that l1V8S Iisn1My
+ My Electric le < trrc Belt with special Electric El clrlc Suspensory Sus enaory will restore your yourpower yottrWOTJL1 oUr oUrower 1
+ power ower It will check all unnatural drains and give back the old igor igorotv
4 otv of pu iL 1
+ 1 rra ryJ WOTJL1 > NOT TAKE 100 TOE BELT BELTWhatcom BBLTWhatcomW33h t
4 Whatcom WhatcomW33h Wash Nov io ov 25 190S 190Smost +
+ Dr ° McLaughlia McLaughliaDent auwu liR liRSkI
+ Dent SkI t I hO you 00 wlUl1ardon will rdon n1t for not o JeUiJtg u ypu hear front me e +
+ hefre bet IKtt mut the hJ highgrade lgrade tuft Ile t i got from you a mitt m8 tf h hstan gu no given use f
4 most aSeeQeiit eJJt aatlsCactlon on and I would not take m fdrfhs f an OIa JBWC coned I +
+ not get s another You arc at btbo Itborty t Y t to use m my Y natad nam n a tab and addrtaa add dr If you j +
t dear de Yowrs truly L L j 1 KSlDT HEtDTThJ BTDT BTDTa T TWlfs
4 + Wlfs ThJ Is a drain dr ln upon your power pow r ca causes ses Kfaney K tin y Tr Trenble 8ulne Bie BietwH KheHmatism KheHmatismergan +
+ avid Stontfcch l otpach rph Ailments AUm nt8 you O know kn w Its a loss oJ 0 vital BOF pjIVOI pja or and IIoff effects effectsrear Ots Otse1f +
t e1f rear organ of the edT 2 2can Most ost ot the ailments 1o from 1 WhrQh ieh men surfer 8Uftorcaa +
y can Me traced to it itI ItI i t tI
I have eured thousands tb u8 n of m men a who have SQuandered the savings of ofyears otJe of7eea +
+ r years Je a in useless l J doctoring doctor1n doctor1nM 4 + i iMy
+ My Belt is easy to uac put it on onwbel1 when you go t t a bed you feet the thefftevWgr tbeftI +
+ 4 fftevWgr ftI tF I erg heat from it no lUng or burn as in oldstyle oldstyJebelts old st s belts and you youfe
+ fe feel l the nerves tingle with the new life flowing into ne them t tYee
9 r Yee 3fo get et up In the morning feeling like a twoyearooUL twoyearooULI +
M wand 1111111111 lOti Elm at Reno Nif tT httlhlil JaiPf841C1 ba fupnved V nderfailr + 1
+ r dedll dul VI p ptt t month I t feel l better In every tup et t tJlAtI I net dRL Jay fT leek tf Ii ssnyir ssnyirznd t +
znd I il Atf 13 fc letter t < er c0BenIlr e enJlT T
f 4 An A I old man of seventy says he teats as strong an anC70ung and young MM he hedfd hedfdat did didat + r rtbif
at jbltty tbif h1rtyave tyllve That shows how it renews ren ws the vigor of youth 4 +
It mires Rheumatism Solatia Pains Lumb Lumbvo po Kiaaey Kline Iii hey Trouble It Itbatfle T TAnlauf
4 batfle banishes 9 Jf tLa lit a ulsbLJ tlIgbLjievter 8f n te > iurn iurna rn rnt +
a t VITAL VllAL WI WEA1 mSS ihiNESSe r +
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a Dr XCLa McLaughlin 1t 1tDear +
4 Dear 8trl a am t improving m vfng right alan along g ald a id am cert certainly well plersed plerseds 1
s s iUt tb the Belt Two mci months Chg ago I w weighed fghid pounds p ttraAJtOW JItW J weig weigh 1M 1Mmor 115more +
i more wan I eret r r i78lgJed 1V1I1g ed la my m > y + IJfe I1te befiBre bat Je by ten IeM 39 91iI11 iU s I i iter can do i bet bett +
4 ter t t days dx3 s work now Jfowthatt than I ever ver did Thanking you f ari11H1t furr r 2ft t 3o have It done < e eht a afl +
fl T w r n jr + nnr > ht r tniv t 1 v leaj r QAPWAY G WAT WATto T
to fhat Whatai1s alts jiu you y u Write and tell me and no matter where yea 70 are re reI reIt +
It 4 I think I ea can give you the address addre s of some q one b in yv tow to town that t I IMVe + r rhave
a have ce cured Ive cured cur d thousands thOU sands and nd ovary QV ty mSm 6 of > f them Of is a a walkadvertisement walk w lk lkhri + f
In hri advertiBernent advertisement for err toy m Belt BeltBverjr BeltJtv Befitery
Bverjr Jtv ery l man Du n who ever ver used it recommends recomtA ndg it It bemuse beeau It is h honest nept It Itdoes I Idoe Itdoes +
does great work and those whom I have cured o ted ar aret1Iie are file tl mere ora gratefBl gratewtb6cIUI tefgl tefglbbcraae 4
because b6cIUI e the cure cost 60 0 little littlelivery UttleJavery littleF
F livery man who uses uses my Bait gets tn the advice and the counsel eouftS of etn a aphysician T Tphysician +
t physician free I give you all that any medloal man tn il1 can n give gh e you QU and lld lldI 4 4let f fa
I a let that ho b cant cantTry cantTry +
Try my Belt Write ite m rde today for m my 4 4ad beautifully i1h1Stntedio Illustrated book bookwith k kwith +
+ with data showing how my Bolt Is applied pIIedJi1td and lots of DDd ed reading > lor lormen or orwho +
+ men who want wan to be Th The Nobest Work ot Gad A YAk DIA IJ1C Iadee Iadeeaid lf tMs tMsa4 f
aid ad and and I will send this his book bo k sealed ae led free Call for or free tffJ consultatiocJ consultdlonlt consnltatienthis t tDr
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ventured FIfty < dollars 4 4Iss u uIna
Iss said Salomon fifty fitt an nsofird ntodraskipper nsofirdskipper nKi1tr nKi1trskipper
skipper Sure you forgot the eighty eightycenta efShbcente eightycents
cents centaFiftyeighty centskittyeighty
Fiftyeighty Fitty eight said 1d ttorskippsr tmnk thw skipper pPf11 POst posltivelr POsttlvelr postUvoly =
tivelr tivelrTis I
Tie TJ that 1 call un 11 tiilirdt ming X 1J WTis OBP OBPTis r rTis
Tis fiftyeightyiss fiftyeighty ft it eIghtylSS iss sWe ue r eo ltd yot yotsat yocbet
sat l et a a receipt for un Soloru SoloraSKrT SoloraSKrTI ttya ttyaI I
I d6ant mind me now nowUmmm Uwl UwlUmmmwell
Ummmwell Ummm well said the skipper AsklnnprTH skipperI11 sklp sklpIn >
TH In send un t the womsttl t t ljQtvhight ljQtvhightan lto v tight tightan 1an
an order < der on the Lucky Luck Sta Star StarFUtyeighty Staz StazFiftyeighty 1 1Fiftyeighty
Fiftyeighty for tho wojgan vo woman an said saidSolomon SldSolomon saidSolomon
Solomon II Twill toagfi It ij r 0iE lt the thesovment Utegoyment
sovment aoti meat for three years ears tad she besavin be besavin beVlll
savin Vlll Tis Tisfirctnkt Sne firethat firethatWhen that thatWhen >
When the skipper sltipp r had hadgo gone gone Sriscllla Srisclllacrept I3risclllacrept
crept in and at at tfteheaaoClhbecS the theheatIo heatl o tlr UtI beG bet betholding I Ihelding
holding Solonwpno Solonivnnrand hand ajid a hi they tJ 1JtY wereUnfit were wereisiisntfor wereeptf
isiisntfor Unfit eptf for r a long time While WhnOth the even evenIng evenInS evening
Ing approached approachedI
I be goain t die the night dear dearsaid derMid dearsaid
said Solomon at last lastIsa lastIse
Isa by she he anewtrfdij aDW t d you be besoain begoaln begoain
soain t dieTin die dieTis
Tis not hard said a otamon olamonShhh otamonShhh OWW OWWShh11
Shhh he whispMed Whigp 4 xtfceugh xtfceughabout 4 thrughabout 1heughabout
about tc impart a secret st cret1 The ship shipthats shiPthats shipthats
thats htngln h mtngin a off shoarej wftm forme for forme f9rme
me soul do be b a fine craft craftwith rat with If shinm shinmcanvas shlnfncanVIlS shiniu shiniucanvas
canvas an an ropes S1aph Sfc h She e do be betother j jtother
tother side o Mad Mull now nowwsltfn nowwsltfnPrIscllla nomwaitInPriscilla wxltin wxltinPriscllla
Priscllla trembled for Solomon had hadcome hadme hadcome
come me to the time of visiojns lsjat1swf1en when the thewords I Iwords
words of the dying are the words of ofprophets I Iprophett Iprophets
prophets and contain revelations revelationsWhat nwelntionsl rovelationsWhat
What of the titterings of the t e seven seventhunders seventhunders
thunders thundersSure thundersSure thundersSure I
Sure the th Card heve a blessed us usPriscilla u 1
Prfsciila said ald Solomon rational again 8gaJnGoodness againGoodness
Goodness an marry has followed usall us usall usJI
all the days da s o our lives Our cuprunneth cup cuprunneth eaprunneth
runneth over overPraise ovorPraise overPraise
Praise the Lard said PrisciHa PrisciHaSure PrisqUla ris lla llaSure
Sure Solomon went w nt on SinKing ail ng like likea lkea
a little child weve wev had but eleven
famines famines an weve had the means o ograce
grace grn grace e pretty regJar which which is what whatthey wbatth whatthey
they th y hasnt t Mound Arbor j r O WXve
had one little baby for a it little white
Iss ISone one deear d ear little lit tleoa baby Yl Prisallla PrisalllaJ Prfs8Ulcltnthees
ltnthees an theres them that th ttshRd hid none 0 otheir
J J their own at all Sure Weve weve ove had hadi
i i enough t eat when they th y wasnt a fam ¬
ine Inean an bakin powder air raisins an anall anall
all they things an sugarartrale sugar an rale good goodtea goadtea 1 1tea I
I tea Artf n you ou had a roorirto n orll dress n nI i ifrom
I I had a suit 0 vale tWeed CQm come straight
from England Ah the Lard heve fa favored faored favored ¬
vored us above our our des d deoert rta rt Hevebeen Heve Hevebeen Hevebeen
been good t us Priscilla But oh you youhasnt youhaB11t youhasnt
hasnt had the sevrin machines an anyou anou anyou
you ou hasnt had the peachsfcme peachsfqne a plant plantin
in the garden Tis my fault deartis dear deartis dearUs
tis not the Lards I should a got gottIU yeti
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tDi t Johns you ou did didJ d el elt
> t 11 > i J MlHifcVflD saw SD much Ti Tithat Ti9
that I tbesoWy It hesorr sorry flar now dear but Us tInan Usail tlaaU
ail over an I ca eat t help itTis it kTte itftTis
ftTis Tte nothtn Solomon she sobbed
Sure I was join all the time
Twouldnt a growed growed4th td tduA
uA Ah he cried radiant was 3 3Sure you 01
joatatF joatatFSare r rSure
Sure Sure she aid saidPriscilla aidPrisciUa
PrisciUa Prt cllJa Ji held id his hand a long timafter tim 1 1after
after thats that a lone ton silent time in whica whi whithe <
the soul of the man struggled to rele relear relel >
tt l 1e1t Hf lf until UIItIllt it was as held lint by a thread
Solwnoo SolaluonThe SolwnooThe Sot3fitDTM
The oW man teemed not to hear hearSolomon b hearSolomon ar arn
Solomon n by b she criedIs cried criedIss criedUI
UI Iss faintlyShe faintly faintlyShe fttintl fttintlShe
She leaned 1eA over oy him to whisper inft iul1iear its Iui Iuiear is isear
ear earDoeS DoeS you OU see the gate gR o heaven heavenshe hea heae
she said d Oh does yo yoSure y yoSure
Sure dear heaven do d be beSolomon be beSolomon
Solomon S IoIDOll had not tnirnftn enough to tocomplete t tcomplete
complete the sentence sentenceBy 8ent sentenceByr nc ncBy
By By ByHe ByBe WyHe
He opened his yes ef and turned thfr thfrto thfrto thirrto
to her face There was 8 a gleam Iearn of oftender w wtender 10tcMer
tender smile in them themTbe themThe themThe
The seven thunders thund rs she said Thts Thtsuttering h hutterins hn hnutterins
utterins of f the th seven 5eY n thunders vat st stwas t
TRIM as they by byAn byAn byAn
An the seven t thunders uttered utteredtheir utt utteredtheir d dUaetr
their vetees he mum tf3 d i an ant
She waited rigid likening h teinlr > to sear lliartlae searthe Nar Narthe
the rest but no words came to hr herears hrears r rears
ears ears
earsDoes
Does you OIl hear me by she he raid raidAn sM
An seven arrenthunderuttRred thunder ottered Utelr Utelrvoices tiltIrvoices i r
voices he gasped gas d an the tilt fvu fvuthunders n nthunderssaidsaid 1 1thua
thunders thua thunderssaidsaid thunderssaidsaidThe said ald said saidThe
The light failed all a 11 the light 1I s1 ai igOlden I Igolden
golden glory went out of the sly f fr frthe frthe T Tt
the ftrst cloud ot a tempers had elm elmtamed 1 1tamed
t tamed 4ned the sun sunAn 811DAn studAn
An said 1N c1 she be prompted promptedAn rooapt4dAn
An uttered utteredan an aaM Mldan an said saidOh saidOh saidOh
Oh what r she moaned moanedNow mouael0W moanedNow
Now 0W in that night when the body of ofold otold ofold
old Solomon Stride a wwnout w out hulk hulkg hulkand hulkaged
aged g d and wrecked In the toil c cf f the tiiedeep thedeep t tdep
deep fell into the hands of Death tto ttosea the theea thesea
sea ea like a lusty youth < a raged furiously furiouslyin
in those parts Tb The ribs of many manyschooners manyschooners
schooners slimy and rott rotten tt ts and the thewhite thewhite
white bones of men in the offshore offshoredepths otrshoredptha offshoredepths
depths knew k w of its strength in that thati it itI shourof
i hour houro of its black hard wrath uth in gaet gaetend gustend t
end nd wave and breaker breakerEternal breakerEternal breakerEternal f
Eternal in might and malignance is isthe Jsthe isthe
the sea It grow groweth th not old with tbe tbemen themen
men who w O toil t ll > from it its coasts Jk 4 As it is iswritten iswritten
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