Clipped From Eau Claire Weekly Free Press
£ Arm (A Ier» ways.) j Hear the waters^ the Dells—^ | Cblppewa jDclis! a tolfe of squabbling their turbulenisy tells!' . . Evef onward, day and night, Oaskded by III Bluon** height, TheV rash ever sandstone recks, AH unchecked by dams or leeks, I Or a boom. ] Ragtag with hydranllo teal. With a resolute (jndearor, Hew—new to ton cr never, Turn a patent tuirblae wheel '—And ply the loom. Clamoring with a sullen rear, For ja dawt twelve feet or more, With a chute. Ob, toe Dells, Dells, Dells, Dells, What a tale their history tells : Of dispute.