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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 June 1900

THE ADVQCATB^UlNfE30,1900. ®s?P% SKi ' Jfarm anfo gome. • tHG BipDEN 8WKKTNKS8. '' \"'. '• tr UIUI B. BIBB. , V-' . / We heed no special grace to see • » : , The sweetness that around us lies In homes where happy children be. \" -' In birds and brooks and summer sides Even when sorrow folds her wines In dumb persistence by onr hearth. Stillwa feel what blessedithings '. • :, Make beautiful the earth. ' ,v /. V. v:'- ' And thrill responsive to the sense ..\"y \" Of every lovely influence. • ••/. a Butahlhow faintly we are stirred ^ By things divine, whose voices sepnw,' As ineffectually heard , •Â» As voices in a dream! We praise thee with eur lips, and yet' The while we cry, \"How sweet Thou aft I\" It is as though a seal were set , • Upon our eyes and heart. The sweetness that we might possess . \"r, We see not, and we feel still lies. Lord, unto whom our dull desires , \" Are known, and every hindering sin, Kindle anew the fervent fires That ought to glow our souls within . The ...

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 — 30 June 1900

Odds and Ends Tomorrow we will inaugur­ ate in. £very department the great semi-annual sale of odds and ends such ?is Shirts, Hats, Caps* Suits. Clothing. \"Men's Guaranteed All W^l ^u»8^#^«10^ $6 00 9 89 4 00 5 89 The V-ery Finest Men's Suits—worth $14 to Sjjlo—nt.., 'Boys' Throe-Piece Suits—worth $0 to 87—nt. . Boys' Lohg Pants Suits—worth $8 to $10—at.. Summei- Ilats. A Regular $2.50 Hat for this sale at . .y .... .. • Men'sJJp-to-date Straw Hats—$1 value—at. .. :,'^Meo'sfjp-to-date Grash Hftts—75c value—at... , _ Shirts. tOents' Fine Madras Negligee Shirts with detached cuffs—$1 to $1.50 'r value-j-for - «••••••, T9o \"Gents' Fancy Striped Balbriggan Underwear tit................ 29o fe 43 q ...1 29 ... 75 ... 49 Srnitn- rfiMaiu.MitiniiHiiuiiutaaaauimitUiuUiUUmtUUiAiiaumumiUm^AUi*^^* City Drug Store: Pills, Plasters, ' Poultices, Patent and . ,. ' Proprietory Preparations, ~ ~~ Perfumes, Powders, Puffs, Paper, Pens and Pencils. Physicians Prescriptions proper­ ly and promp...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 July 1900

ADISON * tstorioftlSooi*** -NO. STURGEON Our stories aire com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All carer fully selected ami set up at home. VOL. BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900. Wfe use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel* , $1.50 per year. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE lifEWS. Schooner and Crew liost. The schooner Picton foundered in Lake Ontario and all hands were drowned. The captain of the steamer Acacia reports that • the Piet&n left Otovego on Friday night, loaded with coal for Belleville, Ont. A strong gale was blowing and the sea was running heavily. The Picton seemed to bei pitching badly in the waves, and seemed to be making very bad weather of it. Sud­ denly she disappeared from the sight of the Acacia's crew, and although a sharp out­ look was kept, no signs were seen of her af­ terward. The captain of the Acacia said he btelieved the schooner had gone to the bot­ tom with all hands. The schooner Annie Minnes'' crew con­ firms the loss of...

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 — 7 July 1900

/ ADVOCATE, JULY 7, 1900. MOTHERLESS. . BY KlllY r. MOFFAT. ^otnelittie.ones,\" said cousin °Alay. \"Anil form r circle ronn^:\" \\, !Hien merry grew each irhildish face , To. catch the welcome sound. • The daily call to come and hoar Tbftir teacher's gentlu voice . 3to»d stories culled from fnr and near, v . ^aild.fanciesguiding choice. •• •• V: * little boy, by letter, makes The oddest, queerest speeches— He tells his mother how he plays ••• • Upon the pebbly benches. •fee tells how oft her roguish child Thinks of her watchful care. ' While playing 'mid the breakers wild, And wishos she were there,\" ®notiny girl, caressingly. • Had nestled by her side: ' JSe raised her thoughtful eyes and said. * \"Had the boy's mother died?\" An awe-struck silence fell upon : The merry little things, - For she who asked was motherless, It touched their heaats' deep springs^ \"No, darling!\" soft the answer came, \"We write not to the dead They need no messages from us! •'Tis we crave news ins...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE JULY 7, 1900, BT *M«*-ALIClt BROWS*. -^'When yon read these last sad verses, •. At otir trysting hour.\" she said, V'While the mournful wind rehearses r: v Wailing litanies for the dead— % * % V. - Will you think of met\"—she said. . \"Think, O, fals^and faithless hearted, ' Tortured by remorseful tears. Jv^ow yon doomed me, when we parted, To the cuwe of wasted years— . • Yain regrets and hopeless tears. \"y'With the wild rain at your lattice, ?| And the darkness at your door. •Will you hear the footsteps that is But an echo evermore, s) Lost, and wandering to your door? v Will you hear, O, faithless lover, ' In the pauses of the rain, / ' The low grasses creep and cover y Me from weariness and pain— \" Heedless of the wind and rain? \"Or, at twilight's purple closes. Hid the darkness and the dew. Will \"the scent of dying roses . Bring your lost love back to you, v With the darkness and the dew? i When the spent moon's last pale ember Flickers at your lattice bars Wi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE JULY 7, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. Bnlired in ihtfrnmi* ^ tecond-claes mail (natter. PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, $1.50 • .76 BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. gix Tniottths-. .. • • Four months ............... r.,. ..... •Â« Tiromonths ...u.... •Â« Single copies .... •* tgr~ Two dollars will be charged if-not paid within the year. li.i STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, JULY ?. JW». ' From what can be gathered on the side John Ml Baer, of Appleton, will be nomi­ nates) to oppose E. S.: Minor in this con­ gressional district. ' . Ira B. Bradford has withdrawn from the gObernatoriol contest,-and thiB action on his part puts an entirely, different phase on the matter. The state convention will meet at Milwaukee on August 8th to nominate a full ticket. . , .. • The usual accidents and mishaps occurred on the Fourth throughout the country^ aid ... the number who were either killed - or maimed for life will reach yery respectable propo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 July 1900

the Advocate* july t, 1900. Tiik Advocate. STOBOEON BAY, 8ATUKDAY. TOM 7,1900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. /-—The wagon works continue to have all the orders that it can well fill. : —The following is the advertised letter list- Miss: Emma Kleasig, Miss Mamie Stoneman. • •' —The W. C. T. XI. will meet with' Mrs. W. B. Cheeseinan on Tuesday ^July 10th. Allare invited, . • .\" ' • ' —The It. P. Co. anticipate an output of 3,000,000,,cans' of peas for this season or 600,000 more than last year. \" \" —A substantial sidewalk has been laid in front of the premises - of Allen Higgins and Capt. Ed. Cox on Grant street during the week.. . ' —The Hotel Waldo -was duly christened on the morning of the Fourth by the plac­ ing in position of the appex on whiob-the name is inscribed. —The suit brought by Wm. Kramer against Jos. Jenquin has. been settled'out of court to the satisfaction of the parties con­ cerned. The trouble was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 July 1900

V** ! ADVOCATE, JULY 7, 1900. \" SCMUHEB TIME. \\ . . BT Atrsap mtxiaoK. They's little scrap uv mem'ry a-layin'inmy war,1 .iy -s.Â¥-'4 !7:- Wustgo into the waste basket 'before I work today. . jgpr they're a-liftin' an' a-driftin' like messages ' tome, Blown on the winds uv summer time, from things that URed to be. It's strange sometimes, what little things will leap one backward through The open gatewaysuv the .past, to other days he knewr Tell he's landed np agin' hisself in childhood's perfect prime, : Where the soul wades out, barefooted, in the ' V / joys ur summer time. It'smiddlin' nice, in winter, aslidin' down the hill: r? Er to go a scallahooting', when the river takes a chill. .. An' puts on a extra cover uv sleet an'ice an' snow Jes' buckle up iny skate-strap an' show me where to got An' I like the spring still better, where the I : birds an* flowers jes' Break up their long vacation an' resume their •\\ ... faizzyness But somehow, 'dnrin' all these days' it always seems...

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

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 7,1900. JUST ItlAHBIED She stands down-looking on the sparkling tide Of the bright river, half in bashf ul fear. Half bounding joy to find herself a bride Her bine eyes glistening with an infant tear, 5 Her lips apart. Her color raised. and yon toay almost hear Her beating heart ' He sits beside the river's bank, his eyes' , • Upturned to her sweet faee, wiih looks so full ,' Of admiration, as if earth supplies To him no object half so beautiful One ringlet fair Has lift its Bister curls, and nestling lies . In his dark h$ir. • : ' It is the twilight of a summer eve A crimson flush just tips the western trees, . As though the lingering sunbeamsaighea to 'leave '.'v That loving couple fair, sweetening the breeze ' ' \\ .• • ' With honeyed words, „? ,. ,. 'Mid flowers and rippling streams,\"low hum­ ming bees, ( \\ i f, ^ , And singing birds. ably be helpful to growing clover seed on any- Boil -where phosphate fertilizers are required in growing grain crops. One th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 7, 1900. / Odds atid Etids Tomorrow we will inaugur­ ate in every department the great semi-annual sale of odds and.epds such as Shirts, Hats, Caps, Suits. Clothing. Men's Guaranteed. All Wool Suits-worth $10 to $12-at. The Very Finest Men's Suite—worth $14 to $15—at...., Boys' Three^Piece Suite—worth $6 to $7—at......,-.$.v, v, ! Boys' Long Pants Suits—wortb $8 to $10—at . Snrnmer Hats. A Regular $2.50H&t for this' sale at.. .... ..'ivH Men's Up-to-date Straw Hats—$1 value—at..,,. MAO'S Up-to-date Crash Hats-^TSp Value—at Shirts* Gents' Fine Madras Negligee Shirts witfi detached cttffo- value—for .. . .... Gents'.fancy Striped Balbriggan Underwear at . Smith-Bassford Suumtitiiiinituimmuittmntummumiuuuiiuuuiiiiuuimuttimuimuuuau* $6 00 . 9 89 . 4 00 . 5 89 to $1.50 70o ...29o&40*o What You Can Buy ' AT THE • City Drug Store: Pills, Plasters, Poultices, Patent and Proprietory Preparations, ' Perfumes, Powders, ' • Puffs, Paper, Pens and Pencils. PhysicianB ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 July 1900

1 4-' Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. M care­ fully selected and set up at home. AW80N '*W,8toria*I Sooitty We use neither pa­ tent nor platematter. That's why we excel* • $1.50 per year. VOL. 39--NO. 14. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1900. S1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS, Six lives liost on the Yacht Idler. During a fierce squall Saturday afternoon the yacht Idler, owned by John and James Corrigan, was capsized and sunk, sis miles off Cleveland, and six lives were lost, of which the following is a list Mis. James Corrigan, wife of one of the owners of the craft Miss Ida May Corrigan Miss Jane Corrigan Mrs. Charles Keilly, all daughters of James Corrigan Miss Etta Corrigan, daughter of. Oapt. John Corrigan Baby. Reilly. The only survivor of the passengers is Mrs. John Corrigan. She and six men of the c/ew were picked up by a fish tug and brought to the harbor. The yacht was caught in a squall and be­ fore her canvas could \" be hauled in had heel...

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 — 14 July 1900

\\r- ^ THE ADVOCATE, -JULY 14,1900. . I!) BIT JUTIIAX D.. UIIW*B. SjBSJBOt choose,'if I would, but here . Tolia by these meadows StifayirigV .. 'VHi those voices ringing so blithe and clear StomyondMpaWy^hayiiig : '..*:v-V 33bB lads, bright girls, making sport of work, lefcwUh ndver a laggn#4 Swiring St&lSt&i and toss, and then rake across, \\ S^rows into heapS'bfestiMring.* - • Staji'iiiat on0 fair lass that ayeltodS tbij rest, ' Stme my boyish lore slie resembles,,. v URtU her beauty and grace not- to be ex- .y. \"pressed—'-. . . Sot bless me, my whole frame tumbles! » is she herself! The years that have passed Ate a dream I am still no other •Staa' the sunburned lad, in her sweet smile » glad, \\ j. Whom she will treat, thoughts a' brother. \"Ho, Nelly, NeHy, come herervl cry, : . Jted then, while the restall wonder, 3Se maiden approaches, grave and slijv \\ Saying, \"Sir, you havo.made a blunder \". . \"Wot at all:\" I exclaim: \"i'ou are Nelly Mead . And I am Tom Barn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 July 1900

ADVOCATE JULY 14, 1900. , ^ A PAtB LEADS ALL THE WAV, . ST Kits. IT. A. KIDDER. I git before my door at eve, ^ A n d l o o k i n g w e s t w a r d s o f t l y s a y . Should I these garden precincts leave £. ? •\" And crpss the meadows sweet with dew.- •. ''J f: And climb the hills so deeply blue, - And follow Still the setting day— , S t i l l o t h e r g a r d e n s I s h o u l d f i n d J , ' And other meadows dewy sweet. • f,S And still the summer roads would wind, ! • ^ V And still the patient earth would lend— Though I a thousand miles should wend— , = 1 Herself unto my patient feet. • The rivers hide 'neath many a bridge, The better pleased they greet the day: \\ There's guidance o'er the roughest ridge:- : Aye, though'tis thousand miles or more', 7 To where she sits within her door, •— , i, There is a path leads all the way. '} O blessed land of the dear earth, . Betwixt us still, though wide we stray, • Thou seem'st to lessen thy great girth e j : ) In dusk and stillness f...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 July 1900

grOtred inVie J\\ittt^ncial Flurge&i Bdv, OTJ,, at .xec6ntfakx*s rttaU yMUtr, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR- OEON BAY, WIS. I FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. - BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. . One year• • • • isr: . v rr.v ... . »t,50 ft* month*-..... -JS Fotur months... •Â£ .'Twomomthn .25 : Single copies .... ........ .....r. ...» Two dollars will be charged if not pud within the year ' STtJRGEdN BAIT, 8ATURDAY, J0X.Y 14.1800. Chicago claims to have a population of 2,010,000 people, with severed outlying -wards and districts still to be heard from, Japan having proposed to bring'China to tame,'the European powers have very kind­ ly accepted the offer, and an army of 63,- _. 000 is now beingmobiiized to teach the pig­ tails a lesson. At last reports the legations at Peking were'still safe- and the ministers and other foreign residents alive. ! ' Reports from South Africa are canflict- ' jnr One day the statement is sent out ttiat the war is far from being ended, and the next ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 14, STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JVhX 14.1900. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paperof City and County. jEWS OP LOpAL INTEREST. -V —John Dehos is engaged in taking tke school ^ensus and will complete the work next week. r-The Reynolds Co. put tip a total of 90,- 000 •. cans of peas Wednesday, being the largest number yet'turned out in a single day. —The board of review of the city resumed its session on Monday morning and at least a week will be required to complete the ••/work. \"—The merchants report trade'light dur­ ing the prevalence of wet and rainy weather, but they will undoubtedly make up for the loss in the end. * -—The following is the advertised letter list: Hiss Ella Mann, James Kelson, Mis. E. Nesbitt, Mrs. A. T. Bice, Miss Nellie Bloane 2, Fr^d. Sperber, —The Merchants-Exchange people are tie first to fly a burgee this year. It bears the inscription of McKinley & Roosevelt with Minor for congress. : . —Ole Torstenson this week purchased f...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 July 1900

ADVOCATE^ flULY 14, 1900. the JBKI.KOATK FKOin ,,8A8$As F8A8CODNTY. 6. B. KISBB. v' CNCLB DAVID STMKS. - j.y, J hire just, came up'from Squashville, whpre .' ^ the prohibition cause :?:ii ... Jg ft-flonriehin' lilto sixty—stronger than it ever . -. wast rma-tendin' the convention as our comity's And, I swan 1 some of these places Where the t\" sinners liquidate , ' Air the dnrndest, blamedest, finest lookin' halls I ever see— .* f But list why they call 'em bnffuttsisa thing :. that bothers me. k Brought my wife along up with me, so's to let , 'erseethetown- * Jist the trip that she's been needin' fer she •.#•••..'•7 terribly run down, And the doctor recommended that a change'd ' be the thing, If So she set 'ermind on comin'—how the liquor •' • flows!. I jingl '' -.' Seems as though the beer and whisky that they sell here in a day* a .• : ^ Slight float six or seven steamboats if'twas *l: used the proper way I But a-body does git thusty trampin' upand trampin'down, i And the water's...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 July 1900

m •r. - Jfarm hitir p0m*. JOOW-OBAP1AH 8AVBDTHB FABIB. '•• •• .• • ' WAtHCB DC^BAIl. The old Jcash box is empty, ma. my wallet's long been flati The farm looks WUB and wus each year—no one kin question that The crops don't seem to grow ho more, the old •t\\ hoss can't bo lid. And I've been thinkin' lately, ma, that some- thin' must be did. , ' At first I thought of sellin' out, and asked . Jedge Mead's advice—: He said as how I couldn't sell the place at any . price \"Your house and barn is perfect wrecks, your land's all swamp,\" says he, • ' And, though it went agin the grain, I had to . half agree. But. there, Amanda don't take on—for I've thought up a scheme, . That soon'll niake you feel, as if you're livin' in a dream • i We'll take a dozen city folks to board the sum­ mer through, • And there'll bo racin' colts' fort and stylish frocks for you I V - You think the farm ain't good enbugh? My dear, it ain't the way . . Things reaily is that brings the city folks, it's what the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 July 1900

mintTTinnwn»tniiu»»rmn!»»mmnnrnwnnnn»iiinr« and the \"Star'' is now in full bloom with a brand new lot of bargains. _ . A Great Sale Among Remnant ^Wash Goods: Pacific Lawns and Simpson's Prints in black and white—So value _ - for...... .V..., ........ -3^ &4o 36-inch Percale and Brandenburg .Cloth in light and dark colore— • *:/ 12}^o value for — • • 8 & VO Staple Apron Ginghams in blue and brown oheoks—regular ^ \". * ? 8 and9o value for................. P «oC Pine Press Ginghams in checks and stripes with light and dark ' grounds—10c value for.. ..... fv.... .5, 6 & 8c Printed Madras Cloth 36 inohes wide, mostly pink, blue and red stripes—15c value for 9, 10 « 12c Imported Madras Cloth for Shirts and Shirt Waists, handsome finish, blue and gray—25o value for................ .i 12Ho |5.00 Walking Skirts—special offering. ' i : . • • • • • $2.95 Smith-Bassford Co. iuiuiuuuuuuuuuuuutiuiiuuuuuuuuuuiiuuuuuttmuuUtimUUliUMLuS What Yftu Can Boy Pills, Plasters, .. Po...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 July 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and •' entertaining. Ail care­ fully selected and set up at home. gABlSOir - » no»lSo8i#»y We use nejther pa. teat nor plate matter. That's why,we excel, per year. 39- 15. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900, $1.50 A YEAR jLAKE MAR^ Steasiei Welcome In Trouble. The steamer Welcome, purchased the past spring by Lahey Bros.' of Two Rivers from the Hart. line and since convert­ ed into a coarse freighter, created a commo­ tion in tie river at Milwaukee orf^Eriday of last week. The Welcome had cleared from Two Rivers for Milwaukee /with a heavy load of slabs and all had gone well until she was going up the straight cut, when -with­ out any warning she went over on her side. The crpw and captain thought she was go­ ing to capsize.and rushed for the boats. Be­ fore they left the vessel, however, they took, courage and returned to their, posts, after which they managed to land the craft at a dock, where several cords of slabs were u...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 July 1900

II?'.V £f_.1 v s i\"A ' ipfipii THE ADVOCATE, JULY 21, THE BUTCHER'S COURTSHIP \"Oh, my Mary Ann!\" he side, • \"Will yon be my loving bride? .. f cannot Jivor 'nother day without you. Xour bright smile lights op my heart Whisper yeB.beeforo vre part, . And the tondorlinea of love I'll cast' about ' ••.'• your' . • -] .'•• Then the rascal, growing bolder. Drew her head upon his shoulder- •While the ribbones on her bonnet flattered free:' And fore-quarter of an hour Thoy reclined within the bower. And she promised him she ever true would be. \"Now,\" says he, \"I nnifit be Coin'— Don't you hear the cattle loi»? 3 can tarry here no longer, loVe, today • You can steak a silver dollar .V '..\". 1 shall be a steady caller: Keep your pluck'and spirits tip while I'm away!\" Then he turned to cross a mea'd, Where the bornefl cattle feed, ' Aid wasn't paying very much attention. To the gender of the herd. When there suddenly occurred , Jba accident ho fain would never mention, i : Bechance...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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