The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, February 01, 1894, Image 18

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The gracious Gods smile down upon
Our easy chair, our glowing hearth ;
And fancy leads us on and on
To gayer lands of ease and mirth,
The glowing embers slowly part
In shadowy designs, and pass
Like somber changes o'er the heart,
Or eloud•laml o'er a lake of glass.
Though conjured forms in myriad folds
Grow with our mind in easy chair,
And Spanish castles stored with gold,
Like dulcet forms fade in the air,
Though all intangible cloth seem,
As the gay things our minds create,
Who loves not oft to idly dream
Before the genial winter's grate.
Columbia Spectator
Di. J Shoes gan. _
which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods. They can
afford to sell at a less profit, and we believe you can save money by buying all your
footwear of the dealer advertised below. Catalogue free upon application.
I heard him swoaro a sollemn vow
An oatho bye alto ye gods I trowe,
Toe love hys ladye fatthfullie
And ever her true knyghte toe
No other suitor to allow°,
Untoe Lys Love lie cometh nowe,
Observe Lys staytelye graceful bo%
Again° that oath° on bonded k
I heard him swear()
They married and he thinketh how
Toe earn hys breado by swette of by
1 listen to his wife's decree
Begone thou lazie churl sayde s
And as ho toe milico yo °owe
1 hearde hymn swear°