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For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . FLAG OF OUR LAND. By Erwin F. Smith. From The Evening Star, Wash ington, D. C, June 7, 1M7. Flag of our land, flag that it stirs us to see!Crimson her bars in the suns white light,And silver her stars on the blue of night;Glory, Old Glory, symbol of freedom and might,Our past, today, and the mighty realm to be.Whither thou leadest we go, flag of the free! Banner beloved, flag of our land! Sunlight and starlight twain are her friends, The God of all righteousness energy lends To the ranks of the free when they make their sta

For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . FLAG OF OUR LAND. By Erwin F. Smith. From The Evening Star, Wash ington, D. C, June 7, 1M7. Flag of our land, flag that it stirs us to see!Crimson her bars in the suns white light,And silver her stars on the blue of night;Glory, Old Glory, symbol of freedom and might,Our past, today, and the mighty realm to be.Whither thou leadest we go, flag of the free! Banner beloved, flag of our land! Sunlight and starlight twain are her friends, The God of all righteousness energy lends To the ranks of the free when they make their sta Stock Photo
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For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . FLAG OF OUR LAND. By Erwin F. Smith. From The Evening Star, Wash ington, D. C, June 7, 1M7. Flag of our land, flag that it stirs us to see!Crimson her bars in the suns white light, And silver her stars on the blue of night;Glory, Old Glory, symbol of freedom and might, Our past, today, and the mighty realm to be.Whither thou leadest we go, flag of the free! Banner beloved, flag of our land! Sunlight and starlight twain are her friends, The God of all righteousness energy lends To the ranks of the free when they make their stand, And the years take counsel with her for their ends; Whither thou leadest we follow, flag of command! Let Caesars beware of this flag of the free! Now tis raised, twill be found in the van of the fight For end of all kings and the coming of right; Let her folds be flung to the air and the light For the rescue of men and the freedom to be. Glory, Old Glory, 0 draw us to thee! CriAMM j. jy^Z^c *. NAPLES. [March 16, igo6 A city of contrasts: electric cars, automobiles, donkeys, smallhorses, oxen; oxen and horses hitched together, horses anddonkeys; goats and cows driven through the streets to housesdesiring milk, the goats seeming to know the way and the manwith them only necessary to keep them from loitering; peopleclean and dressed in the prevailing fashion, and people dirty, dressed in rags and more picturesque; houses less brilliant incolor than in Cuba; men pounding maize in the street at nightin great metal vases; everywhere dirt and smells; Vesuviusalways beautiful and especially so toward sunset, offering free amost beautiful picture. English daisies are in blossom, mari-golds and oleanders. Some of the trees are just budding.Perhaps the last of April or first of May would correspond tothis in Washington. The fruit-stands are gay with lemons andoranges and today we saw from the hotel window a raggedbeggar girl of about twelve years buy a glass of some red drinkand the

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