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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE MAY 26, 1900. AtPI,B-Bfc0Sfi0nS. • The orchard grass is sunshine-barred. And starry-white upon the sward The pretty daisies lie . r: I rest beneath a mossy tree. And throughits waving branches see •. VX • The sapphire of the sty. I feel the balmy breeze of May Soft blowing down the grassy way,, . And in the boughs above - ., * r The little birds break into song, J^ • And praise, in thrilling strains and strong, , Spring's halcyon days of love. \"' ' ': The apple-blosaoms fall aronnd, - And fleck the daisy-cheqnered ground As breezes softly blow I stretch a lazy hand aloft, .V\". And grasp a cluster silken-soft, «'• Like rosy-tinted snow. ,^,i : , v I look at ever tender leaf, And marvel why a life so brief, ^\"S To such sweet'things is given:' Why not for them a longer space i 4' • To blossom gayly in their place, : Beneath the Summer Heaven? Why not for them a longer time To'feel the sun at morning prime, To see the moon at night? .,&>, To quiver by soft br...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 26. 1900. imwwntfjTrtnwww»wifwin»mwwwnt»i»rwwiTritfwffwnninnwifif!fwf»nii«»tȣ The gates of time have once more swung'open and closed with a snap on the month of April and we are now fair­ ly launched into the month of May. May is \"a very winning month and the prices we afe making will make it win for you if you buy at the \"Star.\" ] '• ' Straw Hat* season is herej and we are in a position to give you them at 5c, 8c, joc, i5c iSc, 20c, 23c, 24c 25c, 26c, 28c, 29c, 30c, 40c, 50, 6C5C, 70c, 80c and $1.00. . Ladies? Sailors at 25c, 40c, 50c and 60c. .: ., : Ton Dozen Boys' Golf Caps, brand new and worth 35o each, closing price, • if you conie early, 19c. \" ' [ : Teb Dozen better ones in white, blue and black, worth 75c, at 49c. 5 dozen Shirt Waists, worth 49c, to close at. i........ ..• .396 5 \" \" \" 75c,\" \" \"..... ...60c .3 \" \" \" *1 \" k \" ii - 90c r 10 dozen Men's Hot Weather Silk Front Shirts in all colorsand latest styles and worth $1.25, we ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 June 1900

We use'neither pa- ' tent nor plate matter. That's why we jexcel. $1.50 per year. istcwioai y?nrtjAx„ Guaranteed Circulation 2,525 Copies For this week's edition 39-NO. 8. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR- LAKE MARINE NEWS: Went On at Egg Harbor. The steamer O. W. Moore got stranded on a reef in the vicinity of Egg Harbor .dur­ ing the dense fog early Tuesday morning and was obliged to sent to .this port for as­ sistance. The tug Geo. Nelson responded and after pulling on the steamer for several hours succeeded in effecting her release. No damage resulted from the mishap and the Moore proceeded on her way when freed. .. ... The. Moore went on a point only a short distance from the dock at Egg Harbor. She was feeling her way into the pier in the dense fog and darkness and only missed her bearings by about a hundred feet. She went on light, being\" under check, but be­ fore she could get off the water went down and. left her out forward about a foot. ' The t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE JINK 2, 1900. UCV'S IiKTTKR. i TOUCHING X1TTLK STORT IN VIR9F. /J ' m. i It rains, what a deluge! nooutins today, And hero I sit moping the morning away, •___ _4nd thousands'and .thousands of, thins* I shonlddo : \" a must got to work, or I'm sure to get blue. Krst, thire is the waltz thiit Nfell B*re me last night., • J\"Htry how it goos then I've letters to write: Hy landscape, that needs just a finishing touoh (I mutft ^ay papa did not praise it too mnch Bat opainting,\" that's nonsense in such ft dim • light, . • • ' ' tetit wait, we may yet have a, morning that's bright: Embroidery? No. For my fingers would freeze. And I hale that new stitch—it's a regular tease. JUrl tSat letter of Lucy's — how oft since it •'• came I Save planned a kind answer ' it's.truly a , ' shame I • Well, let everything go but I'll just look it over Once more: here it is in this pink tinted cover. \"Dear Susan, I know you'll rejoice when you hear That my essay has gained tho-gold medal this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 June 1900

TOE ADVOCATE, TONE 2, 1900. (%N» FOB NANSJIB AND \"B» FOR :&i* : ^y . BKS: • • 5 'yf'^'r ''•i:L: BY MATY KYL.K DALLAS. 2'.'N\" for Nan/iie and \"B\" for Ben » I Bee them now as I saw them then. :y \\ On the bark of the oak-tree wed t fjhe sat waist-deep in the clo-rer white, ' \"And the liquid gold of the June snntight ^ Swept over her sweet- young head.' : :? \"•And I stood earring the letters twain. That time and tempest have all in vain Striven to blur and blot They live in the oak-tree's dusky.grain, a • ' Stamped at their memory on my brain,. ' .Changing and fading not. ' -.'--''y f Oh 1 the vows that I vowed that day,!\" •' y Their broken shards in my bosom stay. Wounding it hour by hour. ... fj Could I bo fake to one bo trne? . • Pared I be cruel, my love, to you, ? •' . Nannie, my lily flower? Ere the snow had whitened those letters twain. In the old church porch yon liid your pain, • yAs my bride and I passed by ily V 'i Your eyes were brave, but your cheek grew U' ....

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE \\ 1900. Altered in tht PotlnffictatFturgtonJ9o», ttamd-ctatt mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY AT 8TUB- . GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One rear....... fflx months.. .. • Four months .,- .• • • • •••••• -g\" Two months Sittgleoomea .... .........—............ .« arTwo dollars will be charged if not paid .within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1900. One hundred, river drivers on the Me­ nominee have gorie on a strike. They de­ mand pay for the time that they are com­ pelled to be idle while waiting for the wa­ ter in the streams to become sufficiently high to permit the logs to float down. It is rumored that Phil. H. Sheridan is being urged very strongly by the leaders to again become a candidate in tjiis district. One of the arguments employed, and this is the principal one, that Miilor will be an \"easy mark.\" To this Phil, is said to have answered that \"if the Sturgeon Bay man is so dead easy why ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 June 1900

& THE ADVOCATE JUNE 2, 1900. THS Abvocatji. 6TUEGEON BAY. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. • FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Pap«r of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The rain storm of Tuesday morning waaaccompaniedby much thunder and lightning. —\"The Glorious Fourth\" occurs. four : wfeeks from, next Wednesday. How time does fly, to be sure. —•Until further notice the evening service at the Congregational church will begin at 7:45 instead of 5:30. I ' ' —The following is the advertised letter list: H. H. Haney, A. Peterson, Martin BeQy, J. D.Sarles (2), Miss Rosie Tevemer. —1The Bebekah lodge will elect the offi­ cers for the next term on Tuesday evening\", June'5th. All members are requested to be p r e s e n t . , \\ J i - '—H. J. Gottschalk has received a num­ ber of the farm gates which he recently had patented^ They must be seen t» be appre­ ciated, however. —A horse belonging to the R. P. Co. died of colic Thursday night and its mate received\" a paralytic stroke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 2,1900. TBliK bOVE Unless yon can mtise in a crowd all day i On the absent face that has fixed you * Unless yon can love as the angels may, g With the breadth of Heaven betwixt yon: Unless you can dream that his faith 1Bfast, The behooving and unbebooving • Unless you can die—when the dream is past— Ah never call it—loving I\" , : Unless yon can muse on her face in a crowd,' • And think of her all day Monday - Unless you can tell her on Wednesday night What she wore'on the preceding Sunday And treat her to caramels and cream Ytrar fond devotion proving • Unless you can give her the earth, fenced in. Oh, never call it—loving. Unless yon can live in a two-button coat, And an ultra English collar: Unless you can keep her in \"Marechal Neils\"' v At- the rate.of four for a dollar: : • Unless you can take her for what she's worth' Behooving or unbebooving— ' Unless you can die, when your cash gives out. Oh, fail to call it—loving. - Unless you can teach her to roller B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 June 1900

.v -a - -v •' THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 2, 1900. THE OM» HIH-PATH. •TIB! true: it is as graceful as when. In other (A' ' / days, \" • , . It wound alone in beauty to the top botas I gaze. This musing hour Upon it.-Bad tears my , eyelids .. . fill, \" . ' For something's gone forever from 'the' old path up the hill. The sunlight and the shadows resf upon .it with the same . , - . , Dear benedictire presence as in the'days when, came ... . .... ........ . No aching care to fount mei from mourn till eve at will, f Erie something passed foreverfrom the old path up the hill. The breezes, as they loiter by, the old airs fondly croon. The blithe birds in the tree-tops singasin nly life's lost June And, then, the myriad blossoms all arotind their wealth distill But something's gone forever from the old • path up the hill. Something—a face—a touch of hand—a voice— a presence—lol A world that brought me heaven, all vanished with the flow Of pauselesa Time, and, slowly, along' I wander still— With s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 2, 1900. ^ k Chances fou You! We still have some grand chan- : ces in the Summer Wash Goods. | There is always grand chances \\ ' here. : ' Summer Wash Goods. 40-indh India'Linon Shecir, worth 20c, ! s p e c i a l \" a t . , ' i . . . . • • • 1 5 c S-4 French Organdies—allspecials-Saturday at. 1 .. i/..........40c Pique in endless variety of fancy weaves at..v, 10 to 50o Persian Dawns in plain and mercerized finish at..^. ...iii,:. . . 2 5 t o 7 5 c Yard wide Percale, shirt and waist styles, at. ., .7c Laced Stripe Dimity, Dresden and floral effects, at................:. .12c Silk Stripe Challies, choice colorings, at.. r. ... ..29.0 Cotton Challies, choice colorings, at. ......,7...* » i. • • • • • *'•\" • :•••'• 6c Boys' Waists, Madras and Percale 'at,. . ' . , . . ' y V . : r . . . . . ... .39c 25 dozen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Worth 10c, at......... ......... ..5c Medium weight grey and cream Underwear at ...................... ..39o Woman's Underwear, fanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 June 1900

We usejiieithei' pa- I tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. historic*! Sod#* J ' Guaranteed Circulation 2,825 Copies : For this week's edition , : VOL. 39--NO. 9. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Crashed Into the Schooner. A serious collision occurred off the Men­ ominee river on Friday evening. The schooner Truman Moss was approaching that port to take on a lumber cargo and had arrived within about three miles of her des­ tination when she was run into by the tug Thomas Thompson and so badly damaged that she had to be towed to this port to be docked for repairs. It was found that seven planks had been stove in and one of the frames broken. Capt. Hans Hanson, master ' of the Moss, made the following statement concerning the accident: \"We were about three miles from the mouth of the river when we saw a couple of tugs racing to get pur line. These were the Eudress and Thompson. They were running alongside of each oth...

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 — 9 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE JUNE 9, 19Q0. SBNtlAGNC VS* FASHION- BT XB?, H. A. KIDDBB. V lis go to the country, Mary,\" And taste the sweets of June-*- let ns choose some cot, in ft balmy spot, • . • : like the \"banks of bonnyBooh lot us bask in tho summer's beanty. And drink of her rosy wine— Itwill make thine eyes, like the starry sikies, Bit tender beauty shine! '•' '•'• ''' 3& go to the country. Harry, : •. z^r-i • , Would really suit me well , Bat a little cot, in a balmy spot, —Isnot like a gay hotel! - Then to ravol in summer's beanty, / And bury my point lace shawl, - And never to wear my last new hair, . Btaeverwonldclo at a!) I * Sht'tbe birds are singing, Maty, ' So sweetly in the trees Jtoitho fragrant flowers, in their rustic bow- .. W8, ' ' Jre scenting the passing breeze. Bie rills aro murmuring softly. So musical in their flow. With their dimples bright in the golden light— Ton would love them all, I know! Ton know Quite well, my Harry, That in place of singing birds ladore a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 9, 1900. / : ••••'.• M ONLY A COUSIN! . BUW. *. A SIDDIB. . I sat in the arbor, one morning in Juno, ,.'Z ':4'Most patiently Waiting for yon. Belle - While the birds were all singing in merriest g(- mood,. • i -\\ • And the skies -wore the hue of the blue-belL - I caught your bright look as yon came np the l -V - lane, • With your sweet little bouquet of posies I * And saw that the blush on your beautiful ' cheek : . Outrivaled the red of the roses! You sat by my side that fair morning in June, L When the sunlight came down like a glory And dropping your lashes low orer your eyes, : Ton told me a tender lore story. V It thrilled me as never another could thrill, . ' (And I've listened perhaps to a dozen,) And nrnde me remember, who used to forget, That I, Belle, was only your cousin I Asthe ' tines crept airound us that morning in Juno, , . Each cluster an emerald curtain - To shut in sly Cnpid and shut out the world, i Of your love, Bellamy heart was most cer- .....

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 9, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. C Entered in the at Sturgeon Jlny^ n't#., as HMMM' mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. , : FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. •One year ..... Six months..-. Four-months Two months : Single copies .. .*1.60 :.n . .80 .85 .05 BfTwo dollajg will be chargedif not paid . within \" •fthin the year.\" STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JUNE SJJWO. Congress will adjourn today after having been in session since the . first Monday of last December. . Pretoria, the capitol of the Boers having fallen, and President Kruger himself ft fugi­ tive, the war in South Africa may be said to be at an end, although, there is considerable fighting and-' fiven loss .to the victorious Britisb, Who have suffered a severe defeat . in prisoners at least.during the past week. An entire family of seven persons was completely wiped out1 at' Forest Junction, Manitowoc county, one morning last week. The man, who was a farmer, had put ...

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 — 9 June 1900

THE. ADVOCATE, JUNE 9, 1900. THK ADVOCATE. BTtJEGEON BAY. SATURDAY, TONE 9. 1900. FRANK LONG Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. , i':'.—The following is the advertised letter . -list: Sven Andersson. '• —June, the queen of the months, never appeared to finer advantage in this- region that at the present time. • —The wild strawberries give promise of a big crop-since an abundance of rain fell at : the time the vines were about to blossom. The 'Underground stable of Jacob Noll V has been completed, and the earth excavated used for, filling the flat back of the build- ing. •. . i .—Another fine'shower of rain passed over this region at an early hour Thursdry morii- : ^ng during which considerable moisture fell., • There was also some lightning and thunder. —Another week or so, of good weather will See'the walls of the new hotel practical, ly finished and ready for the roofers. The . lathers are also making good progress in the ^nterior. --...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 June 1900

'THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 9, 1900. \"THE KING'S Bll!GHTE«.'» What can ye have wit h me, t my8.tto.and sorrowful voices? For scarce in your way to one'so gay V The response ye seek is a sigh. Mine is the heart that laughs, And mine the mood that rejoices, • .. »• I have hope and health and no weight of v wealth, ' Nor a lovelorn maid ara I. Ik the June-mad mprn 1 Of mists and perfume and spiendor, : - The west wind blows o'er the brier rose, J\" And the clover fields are in bloom. • Rich lies the tumbled hay. Waves tipple tlio corn fields tender V And after the sea. beloved by me, . Flashes in purple gloom. . Xong have I mused in awe^- • . i Sometimes when the spring was waking— i At dawn, at noon, and oft when the moon : Uprose, and the stars turned Pjitt? Mingled with laughter and life, ? Or through the solitjide breaking. Tour pleading tone, phantasms unknown, .piercing, would still prevail, y . Yet must I hearken now, . , : ' 5 O voices unheard and unspoken, Haunting the brain with ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 June 1900

1900. , L 'Mm iflme. ASONG OF THE SUNSET LAND. In the far-off hills of the sunset land s - la. the land.where the long grass tends and qnivers, Where the ghosts- of night and morning stand _.3jd the\"gleams and dreams of the lonely - rivers, \\ \\ \\': '.\". Where the brown sedge waving, stoops.and shivers. At the water's edge in the sunset land. '- Through the trackless path'of the sunset land. Where the silence broods in a dream' un- .broken,..' And the days slip by like,grains of sand, r • 'Where the song unsung and: the word tin- , spoken . - - I -- Seem like a part of a nameless token',! Of the wild gray wastes of the sunset land.: On the snow clad peaks of the suiipet land. As they ride in-tho clouds so near .to heaven In shadowy vastness, stern and grand ' •Where gaunt old pines, by the lightning riven, , Moan in the! wind, through their branches driven,':\"\" On the crags and cliffs of the sunset land. 'Mid the rolling plains of the sunset land,\" 'Where the echoes drift in ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE JUNE 9, 1900. mmrma Notable Exquisite Summer Fabrice at a Half § ^ and Quarter Off. Regular Asking. Willing to take a loss to clear stock up. 6c-yard Ginghams to clear up at 5c Cc-yard Standard Apron Ginghams in blue and brown at.......... \"• • • • 00 2oc-yard Scotch American Ginghams, 32 inches wide, to close at 12c 10c & 15o Dimities to close at. 8c, 7c, 6c, 5o 18c India Madras, yard wide, to close at. ..10e 12c Dimities to clean up at... .Sc, 8c, 7c, 6c, 5c . . 18c Jacquard Swiss new fabric, Bt ..10c ,to 15o 2 ' E'jctish Penang. 36 inches wide, yard..... v...... ........ • •.• -12H° 12-j.- Double Width Percale—clear-up price..........' ...... 8 and30 Among the Muslin Underwear—Pine Nainsook Corset Covers, handsome- = ly trimmed.with Hamburg embroidery, fit 69c, 59c, 49c, 25o and 18c. 3 * Before buving your 4th of July Suit call on us, We are prepared to give a *?ou H suit of tine clothed at Halt Price—$6 suit for S3 . $8 suit for $4 $10 suit for $5 $12 suit fo...

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 — 16 June 1900

„ \\ , t - ^ r ' ^ ^ V - 1 ' ^ * % f f 4 ^ p f ! f ^ * ** *A \"\"\"V \" 4 v '\"* Tl {\"- - ( •Â»•'**' •Â«••Â«* *•' -w -*.J«* * j-Ji*^yl, A , . - 1 ,„ -s- , t »»,, , FS Our stories are com- plete,. instructive and entertaining. All care- ^ • fully selected and set up at home. XA1MK0N YOL. 39--NO. 10. t±listoric*l Society. '„ STUllGKON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1900, We use neither pa-- tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. SX.50 A YEAE. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Notes From the Canal. ' The government records give the amount of stone earned through the canal last year at 106,000 tons. There are seven tons to a cord. Last-week while the government steamer Dahlia was here the inspector made an ex­ amination of the little steamyacht Bouquet, belonging to the lighthouse department, and refused to condemn the craft, :recom-. , mending instead that she be thoroughly ov­ erhauled and repaired. , This puts a damper on Lightkeeper Chapman's hopes for a new steamlaunch.....

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 June 1900

\" \\ ' • 1 '' ' \" 1|1\". • , = -V . ' - ' • ' / ' / . 1 ! i . S . THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 16,1900. SUMMER STUDIES. '' 11T HA RIUKTBK* CUKU 8TOWK. m»y- shoulcist thou study in the month of • VJu'ne ' In clrisky books of Greek and Hebrew lore, T7bjn tlie great Teacher of all glorious things , ' Passes in hourly light before thy door! • There is a greater book iwrolling now: Fair are-its leaves as is the tree of heaven All-veined anil dewed antl geimfed with won- .v-. drous signs, • To which a healing, mystic power is given. How is the glorious resurrection time, When all earth's buried' beautiesjhave new birth Behold the yearly miracle complete— God hath created a new- heaven and earth. No tree that wants its joyful garments now. No flower but hastes his braveryjto don : God bids thee to this marriage feast of joy. Let thy sonl put the wedlling garment on. Bast thou no time for ali this wondrous show- So thought to spare? Wilt thou forever be With thy last year's dry flower stalk and de...

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