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Title: At the sign of the dollar
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Irwin, Wallace, 1876-1959
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Publisher: New York, Fox, Duffield & company
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IV. Through the glad May morning in a fair sub-urban dingle Woodland Pan stands sulkily a-nalling up ashingle— All the nymphs and dicky-birds a-loafinground the dale In amazement read the sign, * These CornerLots for Sale. ^ AT THE SIGN OF THE DOLLAR Out in Mr. Jones backyard stand Flora and AuroraHanging out the Monday wash and doing chores for Nora;Clio and attendant nymphs a carpet-sweeper lug;Phyllis with a garden-hose is walloping a rug. Wilkinson, the banker, in his garden overthere Hoes like Markhams hero, with his fragilebiceps bare; Now and then a catalogue he strenuouslyreads, Now he wipes his spectacles and scatters let-tuce seeds. Pan observes this exercise and stamps his cloven foot,Swears by stygian Orcus as he gives his pipes a toot, May aint what it used to be in this here strip o natur—Livin in the suburbs aint no life for nymph and satyr! V. It is May. The push-carts smile and Coney Island is a-sprouting;Now the trolley-car untiring Goes perspiring to the outing;

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yelling sli-i-de! in yonder lot. AT THE SIGN OF THE DOLLAR 89 And the Tammany promoter, And the ordinary voter, And the animiles of Wall Streets zoological exhibitCease their bleating and their yelling,And their buying and their sellingIn a wistful dream of nature which the winter months prohibit.And the Statesman dreams of thickets,Mother, home, and mileage tickets, In a wayThat distinctly calls attentionTo the axiom I mention: It is May. CIRCUMSTANCES AND CASES Upspake the College President, Young men, be pure in trade.Avoid the Festering Finance and the money that is madeThrough devious, InsidiousDevices, quite invidiousTo purer education and the lofty tablets cut He might have spoken further in his pleasant discourse, but Along came a yellerPackage, marked, From Rockefeller.Just a million-dollar tokenOf a wish as yet unspokenThat the Fellowship of Scholarship may everbe unbroken. Upspake the Reverend Doctor to his snugly pastured flock, Cast not your bread, my brethren, on the mar

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Garden Hoes Are Not Created Equal

Garden Hoes are not created equal. Don’t settle for the cheap Chinese junk being sold at most hardware stores. Build your own. A handmade hoe is a pleasure to use.