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E cut this poem from the “Con- fashion, is apt to corrupt our pure, na

ning Tower" of the New York tive onion, and finally to exterminate it. "World." It is all historically correct, Well, this seems a wise precaution-until even to the swanskin cloak, and to the the folk in the next apartment to ours fact that the boy did live to be an old begin to fry onions for dinner. Then we man and always related how he gave a feel like crying to the European narcisdrink to the famous English spy on his sus: Go to it, old scout! last ride. Many people may not remember that Major André tried to get to From the "American Legion:” Tarrytown but got hanged instead:

The hero dragged 'the drowning girl to ANDRÉ PASSES

shore and, leaving her in willing hands, Along the sunlit Nepperhan,

leaped back into the surging water. That clear September day,

“What!” cried some one on the shore. A rider drew his bridle-rein

“Is there another one out there?” And paused beside the way.

“No,” shouted the hero. “But I can't Two children at a farmhouse door afford to marry."

He hailed—they quickly ran
To give him water from the well

The New York “Sun” reports a con-
Along the Nepperhan.

cern in England which breaks all records They brought him water from the well

for length of time in business, having Small David held the rein

operated continuously for 817 years. It And wondered why that cavalier

is the firm of Messrs. R. W. Farman, Rode down that country lane;

basket makers, which was founded in Shy Sally watched the stranger drink 1108, and has been handed down since Before the farmhouse door,

then from father to son.
And wondered why so close he wrapped
The swanskin cloak he wore.

From “The Writer:"
He drank, and from the saddle leaned

Advertisers may like the make-up of
To hand a sixpence down

the periodicals that make a practice of To Sally; then of David asked,

jumping the readers of their stories and "How far to Tarrytown

articles over into the advertising pages, To Tarrytown how long the road?” but imagine the feelings of an author, "Four miles," the lad replied.

finding that his story reads: "I did not think," the stranger said,

Slowly, silently, she yielded to his “It was so long a ride.”

fond embrace. The great red moon

smiled down in approval. As he Ah, rider in the swanskin cloak, If short or long the way,

clasped her in his arms and pressed a

kiss on her upturned lips, she softly You shall not come to Tarrytown This fair September day.

murmured

“Promise me, dearest, that this shall But all their days these two shall tell About the stranger-man

surely be Who asked for water from the well

(Continued on page 153) Beside the Nepperhan.

G. S. B. From the "Square Deal:”

The phone rang in the office of the Ku From the Boston “Transcript:”

Klux Klan. One of the various Kleagles Judge—“So you claim you robbed the

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September 23, 1925

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