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l've Jest been op to the city, lo vlslt my grandarter ISiss. Shèmarrleda feller with money- svuth quite a little. I guess, They're putin' on frills riínv, I teil yer, and liiigin' i barrel ofstyle, And I rivkon ilie house tlint they live In, must a cost " - 1 i a toler'ble pile. Pioture 'n I dunnowbai all, evers tnlng best of thé lot, Butlers and footmen 'n servante, Gee 1 wliat i trllip they have Kot. Fine? Well il. is, f jou like it, somehow I uever set store Bystyle and new-fashloned fandaDgos, I'm glad to ge t back here once more. Wallfin' "i through the lane from thestatlon. knowin' the folks thaí I pass, Seeln' no sigus in the medders, tellln' me 'Keep oll' the fcrass," Hearin' the oowbells a-]lngle, smellln' the Ilíaca a-bloom, Qoshl it'a llke glttin' to Heavsn, aitei aspell In the (-'ui. .lust here thera roblna a 3lngln', isn't thal muslc? Aml- limit I Don't hear thein bluebirds a-tun-tn', down in a sluffy old park. Won't hear no carta on ilie pavements, won't trolleys, to keep Bangln' their goDgs when lts bedtlme, stoppiü' a feller Iroiu slr", . Ah! tbere's the house and the stable. Aln't tliata picture? Aud- sayl There's Mary A nu on the step, here comes oldTowser tbis way. Hi! there. old boy, dou't you eat me- Well, lie remembera me yet. Aln't ary dop; the country knows more 'n that one, 'ril bet. Well', Mury Ann. you look bearty, Feelln' all uuuky? '1 bat b i lisht. A.h, Mother glve os i kiss now,aay,but Ive misscil you a sight. Gee! lt does seem good to git here, I ain't no Kreat hand to roam. look al that suppèr a-steamin't No us.e in talkln', t'm HUME. _ , ... „ ,, „


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Ann Arbor Courier