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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

APRII, ^V L900. THE HOKSE AND THE OOG AND THE fllAJi. Bf -X, K18KB. •: •. i + r The horse and the dog had tamed a man and fastened him to a fence: ^TSaid the horse to the dog: \"For the lite of me, X \\^oa*taee» bit of sense r. In letting him have the thtunbs that grow at the : , sides of his hands, do 70a?\" And the dog^loqked Bolemn and Bhook his head , and said: \"1'm.a goat if I do.\" - ^ The poor man groaned and tried to get loose and sadly he begged themi^tey! You will lob me of things for which 1 have use by cntting my thurab^way Too will spoil,my looks, yoa will caase^nepainI Ah, why would yon treat me so? As I am God made me- and He knows best! 0! . masters pray let me go!\" The dog laughed ont and the horee replied: \"pfu the catting won't hnrt! Yoa see ./ •• We'll have a hot iron to clap right on, as yon did in yonr docking me! . .- ' God gave yon yonr thumbs and.ali, but still the Creator, yon kno^, may fail To do the artistic thin&pd'he did in famishing me with a t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 April 1900

ADVOCATE, APRIL 21, 1901). / tlf a Girl is in Love That's Her Busi­ ness. | if a Man is in Love ThatV His Busi- ' itess. : If They get Married it's Oar Business to help them Furnish their Home. Call in and let us aid you in the right way by making you the lowest prices. ' ....... 12 lbs. Corraack's Rolled Oats for.... .. ..-.1 ..... ....80c Roasted Coffee—Just as good as you are paying 14c for—here.,. .... 10c ^ 35c Star Chop Japan Tea at 22c 3 Prunes at ' 10o, 9c*: 8oj 7c, 5o and 4c j 12 bare of Good Laundry Soap for ......i „.- 25c 3 12 8c cakes of Toilet'Soap for ......? , ....... .. . .25c Oood Japan Rice, per lb .... ,-v. .'-.4c Champion XXX Soda Crackers, per lb'. .... .4c Best Patent Flour, per sack i....... .$2.00 All brands of Straight Flour, per sack ....... ............. 1..75 Our Shoe stock is.complete and we are prepared to give , you thev lowest prices in the city on-them. We have a special deaLJn a lot of Plow Shoes-v-while they last at 85c—worth 81.25. Others&bm...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 April 1900

'tMn i JH t.'l \\.l l *\"} J\" We use neither pa tent nor plate matter That's why we excel $1.50 per year. Guaranteed Circulation 2,525 Copies 0••• For this week's edition VOL. 39--NO. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1900. Sl.SOfA YEAK, LAKE MARINE NEWS. Fast on Dunlap Beef. The big steel steamer Eureka of Fairport passed bound down this (Friday) a. m., and when making the torn at the northerly end of Dunlap reef cut it off, too short and grounded hard and fast. This was about 9 o'clock. After trying to release herself by the use of her own. power and kedging she signalled for assistance. There being no tugs or other steam craft in port in commis­ sion she is still fast at 11 o'clock. Minor mishaps. . The Favorite released the steamer 'Ossi- firage from Sturgeon point. Monday arid left . immediately thereafter for Rush shoals, Manitbu island, to release the steamer Onoko, ashore there, grain laden, The passenger steamer Ossifrage bf the Arnold line went ashore on Sturgeon p...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 April 1900

' /V • THE ADVOCATE^ APEIIS^, 1900^ JUAN AND NATURB. Why mast, we, then, be sad, \" Wlion Nature is so glad? ' lor half can utterance all her joy unfold, « \" , Though she runs o'er and o'er r - * 1 The strings tried long before, lb body forth the life that's never old. JSot for onr sakes arrayed, \" V Though we voahl fan persuade Our foolish hearts that sije.in servaDt'guise, Spreads all her varied show : I Before ns as we go, tb win approving glanrea from oar eyes. Ah.no! Thoughin broodgleii , She laughs where! all can see, In leagues of danW \" »* all dewy-wet. All to' herself she smiles lu far-offocean isles, And in dimnOoks in shy blue violet. - xAni though she dances still • Along the sheer brown hill .toscarlet.Rlow of twinging columbine, '' In gentian she Bmiles slow'. As happy maid might go. Who sings, \"1 love him, and his heart is,mine!\" She wants no added bliss, No praise for this, or this Simply she is so glad she cannot rest. But still must evermore In every way out...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 April 1900

M'W[ -:X, ~ THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 28, 1900. ' PANTBY SCHOOL. , • ' I'm thinking of the school-house,' Nedi\" \"Where, sitting Bide by, aide,\" j We studied Webster's spelling-book. Â¥ And laughed o'er Gilpin's ride . Andtraded jack-kniveaiMw and thai, '{j .-•.y . When not engaged in play,\"- U v f And got onr jackets nicely warmed— • How often I'll not say. I'm thinking of the roadside green, Of every tree and nook— And how in snltry hoars of noon, , * We swam in Pantry Brook . And when npon the casement came The rnler's tattoolond, How each of as in passing in Tpok off his hat and bowed. . • : I'm thinking of tho benches rode', And desks, so'broad and steep, / Qn which we left onr autographs, in letter wid? and deep And of my first new writing book. Without a stain or spM, - 80 soon adorned, on evefy page, With many an off hand blot ' \"\" I'm thinking of the \"old slough,\" Ned, Whose waters dark and eoolr * 80 often laved our Bunbnrnt feet. While on the way to school On whose warm ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 April 1900

i?oo. ADVOCATE, JAIttnd in the PorfQflc* al Murpten Hay, WU„ « tecond-clate mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TUR- GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. perialism iri the east? Anything to catch Votes igitaeiiibbolotUnow. RATE8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year....... . • 8ix months ............... ....75 Four months .... .60 Two months .....— .... .25 Single copies .... .05 er-Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. • jit'.- STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, APR. 88, 1900 Deadlock at Appleton. . There is a deadJock in the congressional invention which convened at Appleton Tuesday morning. Up to Thursday night 175 ballots had been taken without any re­ sult. These were distributed among the three candidates as follows: Brown, Door and Kewaunee counties for Minor, 11 votes Outagamie, 7 votes, for Kustermann Por­ tage, Waupaca and Wood, 15 votes, for Hat. ton. On Thursday p. m. the . six votes from Brown went to Kustermann, giving him 13, but still leaving him sh...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 April 1900

TE[E ADVOCATE, APRIL 28, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, BATtiBDAY, APR. 28, 1900. FRANK LONGj Editor arid Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Ground has been broken for the new block-to be greeted by the Bank of Sturgeon Bay. • —All the flags in the city were displayed at half-mast Thursday and Friday out \"Of re­ spect for the late George Nelson. —James and \"William Gordon have pur­ chased the Thos. Gillespie house and lot in the First ward. Consideration private. —The railroad, company is engaged in fill­ ing iii at the elevator here preparatory to extending its tracks but as far as the end of the wharf. —Oapt. Ernest Carrington has his bottling •works in running order. The factory is-lo­ cated back of John Graefs building on St. John street. —Hook and line fishing is now full swing here, and some large strings of pickerel and . perch are the result. Net fishing is prohlb- ited, as all are aware. -. -y—r —The following letters remain unc...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 April 1900

, fHfi'^bVotiATB, APRIL 28, 1900. CONSTANCY. , iffaw, today,a cations sight—.' A sight I pondered lofig— A mockery to the eammer'a light • And woodbird's song A withered tree around whose base An ivy twined with matchless grace 'Till to itB top the tendrils clong , Where sweetly sad a robin sang. \"Why singeet thon, O bird?\" I said, \"Thy home is bleak and bare No branch is binding o'er thy hpad KoBhelter there!' And thon, O, Tine, why dost thon cling To saoh a withered, lifeless tiling? No beauty were thy tendrils twine No leaflets tonoh their lips to thine.\" Yob might not hear the voice I heard, •, • For it was sad and low— . Love'learns its language from the bird, And bade that blow It bends KB heart beside thq flower Arid hears it dream df twilight's hoar From vine, and leaf, and shadowy tree It catches gemB of melody. Than sang the bird: \"In spring's sweet time, - Throngh many an opening year, I sought and foond in this far clime A shelteihere Ah! th'en-'twas green, and all ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 April 1900

Jfarro anb ^ome. IN THE QBCHiBO. The bids in the orchard are swelling, •? the budsare a-baeh, JSllioce i.',' In the arms of ths grand old trees Thej are rocked, to and fro, by.the breeze And what is their lullaby song, EQioae? Ah! what is their lullaby song? *'It is time for love, when the days are so iong!\" Ah! lassie, the bods can never be wrong! \"Wilt give me thy heart today, • - | Ellione? Wilt give me $Ky heart today? * •\\ a. , ' \\7 In the orchard the birds are mating, . , t _ . The birds are a-'rne, EUione In the boa ghs are their great, brown neets. Almost hid by their soft, flnffy breasts And what do yon think they say, Ellione? Ah! what do yon think they .say? ''Small time for love, ere the frost will come. And dead leaves make sorry roofs for a homer1 , Wilt give hand and heart today, ' '' Ellione? . . Hand aAi heart for my own today? ' ' * • '/'• nr\" - - Then await not the ould winds of Autrnnn, When the earth is a-gloom, Ellione Crimson bads, then, as ripe apples wi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 April 1900

ADVOCATE, APKlfr 28, We want to dispose of a lot of Men's .and Boys' Suits, and for the ^--hext 2 weeks we offer and will sell them at 20 per cent. Discount. Call \\ edrly. ' | Smith-Bassford Co. itiiitauimHitaitituiiUuuittiuuuuuuiUiuttuitmtiiiiiiUiiuutiiiuuiuiituiiiituS n Everything desirable in New Spring Styles in our Millinery department. Come inspect our \"novelties, stock is complete. and Our Have you seen the \"Perdita\" Shoe? If not, you should. It beats the Julia .Marlow, and the price is $3.00 per pair. The newest thing for ladies. Drop in and look at them.. JHCOB NOLL I am now showing a large line of Ladies' Fine Hats in the r - , New Pastel Shades. Everything new and fa- • sh ion able. Also large assortment of Flowers, Chiffon, Laces, Silks, Etc. The ladies are invited to call and inspect goods, which I will be pleased to show. , Artistic Trimming a Specialty. -MRS: J. J. NEUVILLE, Opera House Block, Sawyer. NEWS OF THE COUNTY, FORKSTVIIXJC. The water continues veiy low ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 May 1900

v We use neither pa- i r , lent nor plate niatter. Thafs why we excels $1.50 per year. liistorioilSQoiet^ Guaranteed Circulation 2,525 Copies For this week's edition VOL. 39-NO. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATIUUJAY, MAY 5, 1900. #1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. On Fisherman Reef. A large steamer is reported aground on Fisherman reef, having gone,on Wednesday.' Word was sent , here for. a tug and the Duncan City was dispatched to' the assist­ ance of the stranded craft Wednesday night. XJp to this hour (Friday a.m.) no word has been received by the Pankratz Lumber Co., owners of the tug, and thename of the boat could not be ascertained.' On Oreen Bay. The C. W. Moore was inspected at Green Bay Monday. She started in on her sea­ son's work Tuesday morning. The government dredges .commenced Monday afternoon on the government work in the river between-the piers and the lower iron bridge at Menominee During a dense fog Saturday night the steamer Thomas Maytham ran on a reef two miles northw...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 May 1900

ADVOCATE, MAY 5,-1900. ' . . • AFTKK THE CONCERT. : \"'\"Hbo tempest of applause he met . 1 ' As meekly as a bending, bud I ' A. boy of humble birth, arid yet A prince of more than royal bloody 36ot earthly realms to him belong, No soeptft despot ever bore, \"Stat principalities of sons , ,. TDbe crown yonng Htcn lei won andvror®- .31\" flwiMgy of youthful years I \"*feat sOul-entrancingmelodies • . \"Rained on us, from seraphic spheres. When his small lingers swept the keys I A THiey leaped, they flew, they flashed through all \"The turbulent chords: or dropped in play, .S* carelessly as petals fall \\THrom oherry-boughs in breezy May. \"Jffisitow-ed ns Schnman's sparkling airs: Struck Eubinstein's sweet storms of tone 3Fe.\"tollowed. up the starry stairs, llibe shining feet of Mendelssohn. 13e wove around an untried theme •So varied and divine a strain, ' if wrapped ,u» in a radiant ilream Of little Wolfgang come again. 33ie vers roof with plaudits shook: . # And still, above th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE^ MAY 5V1QOO. MAY •When rhythms and Thymes of sprigs poetry like the following are jingling around inside of one's head it is as much of a pleasure, we sup- , pose,\"'to get rid of them as it would be of an t aching tooth, the effects of a jag, or of a cranky mothor-in-law: Thebees are a hamming, the pheasants are drumming (Fine weather is coming, for, nowit isMay Thegreen things ore growing, the cattle are lowing. : :\"Warm'zephyrs are blowing throughout the \" • long day. Young couples are loving, all things are a mov- jng, 's •• v The tramps are now roving, the'kids are at play •-= : Young chickens ire peeping, the reptiles are :'... / creeping. • • And one feels like sleeping -all night and all d a y . ' ' ' - . i OlondS fleecy ar^ flying, toft breezes we sig|i- .... • jng ..'v i'.\": .• V •'v And anglers are lying, so some people say Dame Nature is humping the lambkins are jumping, ' • : • And children sire romping on each sunny .. day. ''' The colts are a prancing,...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 May 1900

i THE ADVOCATE MAY 5, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. BnteMd in tht Posinffict at Sturgeon Bay, .Wto., at itcond-cUut mail matter.. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STDB^ . GEON BAY, WIS. : :. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. \\ RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.. One year. .-v. W.80 Six months.\".................w ,.75 Four months...-. —. ........... .50 Two months », •••• .25 Single copies — ....... .05 |3f~ Two dollarswill be charged it not paid •withinthe year. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, MAY VltBO. THF DEADLOCK BROKEN. The deadlock at Appleton was finaUy broken on Thursday at 10 o'clock by eight votes from the 'western part of the district breaking away from Hatten and coining to Minor, which with the 6 from Brown, 3 from Door and 2 from Kewaunee gave him 19 votes, two more than was necessary. Of these 5 came from Waupaca, 2 from Portage and 1 from Wood. • *. 5 The convention adjourned from Friday afternoon until the following Wednesday. On the reassembling the situation remained unchanged, and an adjournme...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 May 1900

AD^OGAIFJ . MAY- 5, 1900, VW:- *\\ . . TJIJE ADVOCATE. 8TOBGEON BAY, \"SATUBDAY. MAY 5, 1000. TTBANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The Pankratz sawmill will, start up for the season on Monday morning. —The W. C. T. U. will meet at MM, L, M. \"Washburn's next Tuesday at half past two o'clock. All are cordially invited. \" —The streets of the city look very mneh better since all the, litter and,rubbish, has been' removed by John Wollita and his as- sistants. • —The material taken' from the. site of - the new bank building is carried \"down to the depot and utilized in raising the grade in the vicinity of the structure and track. ' •—Tie following letters remain uncalled for at the local postoffice: Fred Kalbfleiaeh, James Barnard with •western hoises, Thos Brady, Josie and Hannah Zelhofer and Mrs Frank Welker. ' • : —The reunion pf the Peninsula Veterans will be held at Algoma next month, and it is expected that there will be ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 5, 1900. jv ' w T-C • ::r. BLOSSOITI-TIiUK. — V BY OKOROK COOMB. What pipes ths.marry rolbih '... To yonder glistening blue* What sings the brook of silver , The daisied valley throt What hnnis the breeze so cheery* Butthis one's sweet refrain: \"Oh, days so bright! Oh, rare delight) V • . 'fie blossom-timo again 1\" In morning's dew and sunshine. The \"orchard's trees, a-row, Seem tenteled in a cloudlet Of fragrant, rosy snow. And every breeze that passes Shakes out a jeweled rain: White birds a-wing Are caroling \"'Tieblossom-time again!\" Bright gold of dandelions, \" New grass-blades, twinkling gay. Iiithe wayside vines, dew-eryitaled, Wee, snowy lambs at play. Soft echoes from far uplands Speak bat one language plain: \"Oh.-days so dear Of all the year: ' 'lis blossom-time again.\" My heart sings with the robin,\" \" The silver flashing rill. And carols with the breezes In joy's delicious thrill. With flowers and grass and -lambkins, It joins the glad refrain:...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 May 1900

t - - - THE ADVOCATE, MAY 5, 1900. -}_U.PT~ f-v W\\ Jfarm antr Jjmm. They sat beneath a perfumed shade. :i While fragrant blossoms drifting down, Fell lightly on a fair-haired maiden. And-wreathed her lover's locks of brown, The drowsy beea hummed in the boughs, : Extracting honey cool and sweet And breezes soft, that fanned their brows. Shook snow-white petals at their feet.' The sky burned crimson in the -west, And tinged the'maiden's cheek rose-blush While in her lover's throbbing breast' There glowed a deeper, warmer flush. And on her rose-ted lips he pressed ^ ' A thrilling and entrancing kiss, And drew her head upon his'breast, He fondly told a tale like this: 1 ' , . 1 '\"Tomorrow eve we will be wed :-. ' , And as you stand in white array, •. i These blossoms sweet shall. crown your head— A coronet from smiling Mayl\" But she made answer: \"Queenly June Will come with roses in her arms, To sing a more enchanting tune, And woo us with a thousand charms. \"These apple blossoms ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 May 1900

k\" THE ADVQQATE, 5, 1900, iTfffiwBiimtwwwwwwTwywffWTrniwwwnmw!!WfnnuwmnfwwfnwntnHftMiT« -'1 ps r Don't forget theJSpecial Sale of . •• • •••••• 'S pall early arid avoid the rush. ! Smith-Bassford Co. : Everything desirable in New Spring Styles in our Millinery department. .Come inspect oar novelties, stock is complete. in arid Our Have you seen the \"Perdila\" Shoe? If not, you should* It beats the Julia Mariow, and the price is $3.00 per pair. The newest thing for ladies. Drop in and look at them. JKCOB NOLL - 1 am \"now showing a large fine of t/adies' Fine Hats the in Everything* new and fa­ shionable. Also large assortment of Flowers, Chiffon, laces, Silks, Etc. The ladies are invited to call and inspect goods,- which I will be pleased to show. Artistic Trimming a Specialty. MRS. J. J.HEUVILLE, Opera House Block, Sawyer. NEWS OF THE COUNTY. $ ft ib^Valfie by !the\\ e WOMEN art MEN The Shoe-dealer chat cares for his patrons cares to sell these shoes because (hey look well and ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 May 1900

We use neither pa- teat nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. mu: • Historic** Sooi*«y Guaranteed Circulation • 2,525 Copies For this week's edition VOL. 39--NO. 5. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Keepers of litre-Saving Stations. Following is an official list of the season ' appointments'as keepers of life saying sta­ tions in this district: Chicago, Frank Foun­ tain Jackson park, William L. Andree (Captain St. Peter going to North Manitou) South Chicago, Angue G. Morrison Evans- ton, Lawrence O. Lawson : Beaver Island, Owen Gallagher Point Betsey, Harrison Miller North Mamtou, Telesford 8t. Peter Frankfort, George Morency Manistee, John Hanspn: Grand Point au Sauble, John A. Nelson Ludington, Peter Jansen Pent- water, Martin Elwald White River, Charles Lysaght Muskegon, Henry J. Woods Grand Haven, John Lysaght Holland, A. N. Weckler South Haven, Lew Matthews St. Joseph, William L. Stevens Michigan City, Allen A. Kent ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 May 1900

ADVOCATE MAY 12, 1900. LA COftCKTTK. BT Bissau. cuirroc. With a tlirong of men before her Pale and proud. ^ V . \"toiling on each fond adorer , In the crowd, - , Vi Nightpn night I've seen her queenly / Face that few can view serenely, MarVedthe gallants bending o'er her, : , tBich and humble bothhavifbowed let no rrish of fleetins^eSklr ~- To her cheeks,. - Ere has leftMvelvet duller * ~ ' Xyheji-a wixier ceased' to apeak Thofio flrvo Hps have known no tremble— tips as faultless as the Greek, And across me comes the wonder What the heart feels that beats under All her bosom's snowy laces ' - Does she always thus dissemble With the same angelic grace? dthtely beauty, calm and cruel, . How of old, flu the days of joust and'duel. Courtiers bold - Would for you haTe fought at tourneys. Alter long and weary journeys Manifold Minstrels would have sung your praises In ballads with courtly phrases I And some proud and !rinoely Louis Would have flattered, whispering low As. you strolled in ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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