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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 4 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST i, 1900. f. THE JHASTKR ANBT TBE UKAP- • \" ERS. BY HABIUET S8ECHBR BTOWB « The master called to bis reapers \"Blake scythe and sickle keen. And bring, me the grain from the uplands, •i, And the grass from the meadows green And from off of the mist-clad marshes. Whore the salt waves fret and foam. Yo shall gather .tho rustling sedges - To furnish the harvest home.\" Then the laborers cried: \"O master, ' We will'bring thee the yellow grain That waves on the windy hill-aide, . And the tender grass from tlie plain But that which springs on the marshes Is dry and harsh and thin. Unlike the sweet field grasses, . So we will not gather it in.\" But the master said: \"O foolish! For many a weary day. Through storm and drought ye have labored For the grain and the fragrant hay. • . The generous earth is fruitful, And breezes of summer blow ' Where these, in the sun and the dews of Heav- : en, Have ripened soft and slow. [ .\"But out on the wide bleak matsh-land , Hath...

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 — 4 August 1900

r- : THE ADVOCATE AUGUST 4, 1900. CLOTHING! Summer Suits for Men and Boys | to close at One-Third off regular prices. Those are bonifide offers. s % dozen Men's Check Suits of the finest quality and specially E • adapted for Summer—worth $15—this sale s dozenMen's Pine Plaid Suits—worth $10—this sale,*..V.... .$10.00 .. 6.76 ... 6 00 .. 5.50 2.95 2.79 dozen Men's Fancy Check Suits—worth $7—this sale : 1 dozen Child's 3-piece Suits with fancy vests—worth $4—this sale E. •. u •' « «* « \" $3 \" \" •' s dozen Child's 2-piece Suits to close at . .......... .$1.98, $1.25 and 95o 3 ~ « « • « . ' « \" .... 1.49, 1.00 and 850 | Then we have the store full of GOOD GOODS that we must dispose 3 s' of to make room for the fall goods/ We will make prices on them that will 3 * surprise you. CaU early and get some of these bargains. =* W e s t i l l h a v e a G o o d C o f f e e f o r . , 1 2 c Also the Finest Prunes in the city at.......... 5c Smith-Bassford Co iuuuuuuuuuauuuuuuuuuuuuuuuii...

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 — 11 August 1900

VOL. 39-] STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1900. 81.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS. August Storms anrf Ntorm Tracks. • Tha.charts issuedJjythe weather bureau gives the following: The perils of navi­ gation in, summer, doe to causes connected •with the weather, are mainly those of fog and squall winds. The latter almost ifa- • variably occur in connection with v thunder­ storms. As has'been stated- pn previous * charts, thunderstorms develop on warm, sultry days, generally with a falling barome­ ter. The approach of a thunderstorm can generally be foretold by the barometer arid the appearance of the sky. The violence of the squall winds also carij in a measure, be foretold by noting the color of the storm •cloud and its elevation, above the late sur­ face.-'Dark green or olive colored clouds indicate severe squall winds, especially when near the surface of the'water or ground.*.:. The L® in Trouble. , The Lu Lu Gv whioh was in port last •week has gotten into trouble at Chicago as...

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 — 11 August 1900

ADVOCATE, AUGUST 11, 1900. ' MEMORIES. • • ilT-MillY KVt,* • Bwas in the depths of the cob1 #reen wood, The sunbeams filtered ov«r her hair ijfck Homo happy thought she seemed to brood, * And I kissed hor mw ware, v: • i • Sfcesunhad gone from the purple skies, 4nd each bird had flown to its downy nest jam I batWl my ftoiri in her eyes: \" ^ ^Dearest and best! ' 3fastling, till all that,#fii» die of me dies, '• On my heart resfc.^' Mo lifted his eyes from the lettered page, • And half forgot the gray,rhhis hair. \"tferorweU I remember the hour!\" he cried. •WHsre is she—'where?\" . i i \"STatehers gathered about a'bed' Where a woman sank to her last long rest. Tbis she whiskered: \"I mind what he said ' , In. the cool green wood, with the sun in the .. . west: • • ' • V 7: Nearest, till all that can die of me dies. On my heart rest 1' . \"•ei* forget sooner than women,\" she said. \"Does he remember how we met there? iWEbra kiss from him ere I He dead! , /Where is he—where?\" , SÂ...

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 — 11 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 11. 1900. ovKsvanrtKO. da*. *T BUMA AIJCE BIIOWB' . The sky was flawless. the day dMne, i£_ /• With a snbtle ioy of the sunshine born The world was drowned in the golden wine : That poured from the crystalline cop of ' morn: . Theearth -waaa templei pp bencted knee All nature waited in voiceless prayer, * While the wiuds, with their sweet \"ABpergea i r m e , \" Sprinkled the dew on the perfumed air! A heavenly quiet—a calm profound— Pillowed the world in a blest repose, Asif the beautiful day had found X And gathered some breathless raptnre close. But worn with the fever-fret of care, Hating the sunshine, stag. and bloom, Face to the wall, in her blank despair. My soul sat brooding in sullen gloom. • • •I dropt the pen with a moody sigh— . - ' I loathe this passionless death-in-life' And oh, for the zest of the days gone by— The din of action—the joy of strife I For what is existence to me, I said, But a stagnant pool in a barren land? A brazen hollow of sky 6...

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 — 11 August 1900

k'S ' • ''7 THE ADVOOiTE, AXJGUSTflll, '\"\"\" ^' THE ADVOCATE. BMtnd in Oi* PoftQffici aUfbiiyem Bay, »Vi«., at second-dats inttii matter*, PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY AT STUB- OEON BAV, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. ' BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year—... .... .... $1.80 Six months Four months ......... Two months ,........ . Single copies .... .................. tSf~ Two dollars will he charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON'BAY. SATURDAY, AUG. 11, 1900. • : Republican County Convention. By direction of the Republican county com­ mittee,a convention of the Hepuluican elec­ tors of Door county will be held at the court house in the city of Sturgeon Bay, on Satur­ day, September lfith, IflOO. at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, for the purjjose of nominating a member of the assembly and g full county ticket to be voted for on November 0,1900:.to elect a new county committee, and to transact any other business that may properly be con­ sidered by the convention. , , The...

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 — 11 August 1900

ADVOCATE. AUGUST 11. THE ADVOCATE, BTXJBQEOK BAIT, SATURDAY. AUG. 11, 1910. FBANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. HfflitlaV Ifapar of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The excursion to Green Bay on the A. • 4i W.', Wednesday, was quite largely at. tended. M, —The Cecelia Hill is billed for another excursion next Sunday to to Chautauqua at Marinette. 1 —The scaffolding on the 4 steeple of St. Joseph church was completed Tuesday and repairs begun to theedifice. • ' —The Hotel Waldo is to be supplied with upward of 200 incandescent lights,'and the : Wiring therefore has already been put in by Mr. liamacek. , —The following is the advertised, letter list : Leander Comber, Louisa Konrad? Wm. Kensler, Mrs. Pheoby McKetchen, Martin Pfeifer, Sopia Stagman. —The business of the local telephone of­ fice has increased to such an extent that the services of two switch-boards are now re­ quired, which also necessitates two opera­ tors. • —A carload of cattle were shipped out of here on t...

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 — 11 August 1900

f T 'I V : THE ADvipdATE AUGUST U, 1900. ( ' ' WIUBBENOWt BTia.tIEB.mnB .V ... I do remember howI used to go 5 * • In childhood's days over the moors and fells, ! Falling the berries from the brambles low, i And drinking from the mossy wayside wells In my small, open palms. tVh*t blessed days I What happy, childish cares! ' . What summer sunshine, and wh&t scented airs J • Whatbreeeos, and whnt calms 1 :I do remember how we used to plan— I and the little lad who held my hand: \"I shall go faraway, when I'm a man. Into tfhe splendid East, to some rich land. I shall win fame and gold For you,\" he said \"and then come home. And o'er these happy hills again we'll roam. You, and your soldier bold.\" Ah, me) No time such tender love beguiles. Still for my childhood's friend fond memory ' yearns. . u He went away one summer eve with smileb, . Into that land from which no friend returns. \"Good-by! Oood-byl\" lie said. . : And waved his hand—and so my hand let go. I see the small hand ...

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 — 11 August 1900

M :*• Jmm anj& Pome. •v'v?. . sr jozl bsxtox. . She sat by the doorway, when summer was .fair 1'1\" ' \" ' • The wind, a mad lorer, kept lifting her hair. Which in tressesfell down, while my heart it did burn To see Miriam, so pretty, propelling the churn! I stole to the kitchen with weariest feet The garden with liliea and rosea was sweet: It was a place one could visit, nor wish to re- ' turn •While Miriam went on with her ta.sk at the churn. She had cheeks that\"Were rosy, a smile that • was rare, And a voice and a figure yon could not com­ pare: . So I asked, and my proffer she thought not to spurn^- . Tp take hold of the dashor and help at the \\..churn.-. ' v . ^ But churning is not, quite so apt asit seemB When one's head is HO full of Love's rapturous dream: , Our hands got entangled, till, with startling surprise, X found that some cream I had dashed in her eyesl - • ' VOh, Miriam,\" I said, \"now my faults you can't \\ • see -I pray you have mercy and pity on me V ^ I...

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 — 11 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE AUGUST 11, 1900 CLOTHING! Summer Suits for Men and Boys to close at One-Third off regular f prices. Those are bonifide offers. •?4 dozen Men's Check Suits of the finest quality and specially \\ . adapted for Summer—worth $15—this sale, $10.00 dozen Men's Fine Plaid Suits—worth.$10—this sale..........., 6.75 « « « \" ' \" \" $ 9 \" K . . . . . . 6 0 0 dozen Men's Fancy Chock Suits—worth $7—-thissale.,......... 5.50 1 dozen Child's 3-piece Suits with fancy vests—Worth ^4—this sale 2.95 ' • '• \",i\", \" \" • . ' •\" ' : ** \" \" 2.7» % dozetl Child's 2-piece Suits to close at. , $1.98, $1.25 and 95o % V\"..\" v?'\" \" \" ' \" •••• .. li9, 1.00and 85c,, ( Then we have the store full of fjOOD GOODS that we must dispose ot.fo tn'iike room for the fall goods. We will make prices on theft that will . .Bin-prise you. Call early and get some of these bargains. We still have a Good Coffee tor. —12c Also the Finest Prunes in the city at . 5c Smith-Bassford Co. 5lHfH».uiiunniu...

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 — 18 August 1900

We use neither pa o*js matte# we excel $I.aur r year. STURGEON Our stories are com­ plete, instructive add entertaining. All care­ fully selected and set upjat home. AUGUST IB, 1900. «1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. liost HerTliree Scows. The tug Sport of Ludington came into port early Tuesday morning and her skipper, Capt. J. T. Crawford, reported having lost three scows about ten miles southeast of the canal.,, He was bound to Escanaba from Ludington and the scows were light with the exception of one that had on a few slabs for fuel for the tug.. The scows become waterlogged and the slabs washed overboard. When off the canal the tug run short of fuel •- and was obliged to let go of the tow and pome here to replenish her bunkers. It iS supposed that the scows will become a total loss as no effort was made to find or re­ cover them, and if they went ashore the waves would make short work of them as they were old awl unsound.' They belonged to an Escanaba contractor. Recovered the ...

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 — 18 August 1900

r f, •' • , THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST,18, 1900. • , v A NOT'. INFBUQtlUNT INCIDENT. There's a babi- carriage waiting Juat oatsido tho dry (joods store. And there's little need for stating, • That's its right across the door JJfhlle the prominent position v That the front wheels occupy \" Threatens some severe attrition Of the shins of passers by. Ib the carriage there's a baby Trying hard to stay asleep Spite of twenty flies, or maybe More, that o'er it's features creep: While the fond and patient mother la the store we may decry—-' SBricing one thins and another That she doesn't mean to buy. How the baby, being weary, Yells aloud till ma appears. Aid she caUs.it \"lit tle deary,\" . And she says she'll box its ears. TJren she smooth? its pillow neatly With a \"Hush your noise, I say,\" To a passing friend bows sweetly. And continues on her way. i -v Stories of % .. bm® • ™ Br F. Q, W. BSNIAMtS. New Providence in the Bahamas is «ine of the fairest isles of the Atlantic. Its shores ti...

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 — 18 August 1900

m THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 18, 1900. \"\" •-••.-. . • /i- ' : ^ : • THBmiLUBB'S DAVOHTEB. : B* MCL BBHTOH. \"Sown by the river the mill wheel goes round, . And there's something I like In its musical •••• sound The splash of the water falls soft on niy oar. And the voice of the miller is pleasant to hear Bat not for„these charms do I frequent the mill, /For there's some one who loves me there, lovelier still. i V • ' n. ,. The structured ancient, and picturesque, too, And the shores of the river are every day new • Bark ivy grows thick on the mill's snnny wall. And the stream at the dam makes ite jubilant fall • Bnt fairer than &U by the mill or the water Is Mabel, the miller's betwitching young daugh . . , ter. '• ra ' As I fish from the banks in the sunshine or rain. My neighbor? have joked me for fishing in vain The day may be bitter, with much to deplore, Bnt Mabel stands watching from window or / door. Though the fish are the shyest, and learn not to ' •• , '. bite, : Somehow I...

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 — 18 August 1900

p flfl #? i# ®* SP •' .: f \\ ' THE ADVOCATE AUGUST\"18 1900. .\"' , , Advocate. Entered in the PottQjUct at Pturgtonjlau, « jieootKi-cMit i maU, matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR- GEONKBAY, WIS. FKANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. t / RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. * One year ...................... .... $1.60 gbt months... ,7R Four months .. ... .50 Two months :.. S5 Single copies .... .05 W- Two dollars -mil he charged if not paid thin the year. ....': , ' - - STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, AUG. 18,1900. Why He Is a Republican. Henry F. (Hagemeister will henceforth act withthe Republicans, having last week at­ tended the state convention of' that party at : Milwaukee as a delegate from Brown county. It is understood that Mr. Hagemeister will in all probability later on receive the nomin­ ation for state senator of the district com­ posed of the counties of Brown and Oconto. While in thejeity Monday Mr. Hagemeis­ ter received the congratulations-of Republi­ cans for having come over ...

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 — 18 August 1900

1/ 1 : THE ADVOCATE AUGUST 18, 1900., BTUEGEON BAY, BAHJRDAE, AUG. 18,19C0. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. HEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —A \"Pickaninny Concert,\" by \"50 kid coons\" will be given at the opera house this Friday evening, Aug. 17th. V , —Henry F. Cochems will stump this state daring the ensuing fall forMcKinley & Roosevelt, LaFallette and sound money. —Tickets for the Heywood Cel ebrities . . will be on sale at Stiles & Co.'s drug store at 8:30 o'clock Saturday morning, Aug. 18. —The work of cleaning and renovating ' Baymde cemetery has been completed under the direction of Alfred M. Iverson, and the ' premises never looked ' more handsome than - * now. '• • . ' —The old engine .was . pressed into 8ervice Monday, the No. 2' having been taken to - Green Bay to undergo an overhauling at the - machine shops. - • —-Thos. W. McCullough on Tuesday sold two lots in the drat ward to Olaf Johnson, the blacksmith, for $150. The property...

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 — 18 August 1900

p? 1 : i*, •* THE ADVOCATE AUGUST 18, 1900. , REMAHKING ON TUB WKATHEH, Asl was passing o'or a 6til\\ I and my sweetheart trno together, Said bo: \"What think yoo, lot me'hear, - Will be tomorrow's weather?\" .. . \\ . Then stood vroon the top step there* My sweetheart and myself together. I gawd up to the bright Ijlne elcy, The winds from West were gently blowing , And. on the fields of wivring rye, The noon-day enn was warmly glowing. I conld not tell, indeed, not I I said 'twas knowledge past my knowing There might be rain, there might be shine, Or morrow's troubles past.ondoing So oft I whispered, every sign , ^ • Doth toil for shadows close panning. Be kissod my lips as there I stood Alas, what conld I do for Sloshing! Xhea cried I—\"Oh, my pret'y snoid. Yon are most redely crnshing!\" ^ v . He kissed my lips I knew 't^as wrong, Yet joy went thro' my heart swift rushing 'y He held me in his arms so strong, • My pretty snood quite crushing. The morrow brought its wealth of beams...

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 — 18 August 1900

.. • • I. V~ • ' THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 18, 1900. ^ ' ' W'.- :SL'I r^\"/': DHE&n OF 1,0VE. Iii the dim, dusk dawning, Love with sleep o'erladeii. Sees, in sweet, still gardens, . An entrancing maiden. White aa a'white lily * . • In the starlight's gloiy i Fair aa fairy princess • In a fairy story. . Nightingales are calling. Silver dews are falling, - : ?: While beneath their gleaming, Love, lies dreaming, dreaming. In the warm, sweet noontide. Love among the roses^ Of in sweet, ripe wheat fields. Languidly reposes. Singing to soft measures: Singing, sighing, smiling, ' As he dreams of conquest. And of sweet beguiling. ' r Scented winds are blowing. Scented gardens growing. Birds of beanty flying, , « Love lies sighing, sighing.v Till the soft, cool twilight , , Then the hero rises, TFull of fire and splendor. Full of sweet surprises. Seeks the lily maiden. . : • In the moonlight's glory, • ' • Tells her proudly, fondly,\" r His'delicious story J Ah! what blushing blisses! All I ...

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 — 18 August 1900

.... .THEADVOjGAIPE,'AUGUST IB, 1900. , ' : • !'. - * , . on ail Wash (foods and Per­ cales, also Summer Dress Goods: \\ 3 pieces White Dress Goods, worth 5c, tor 3J£c 2 W.' -••'«••••, * \" \" 80, \" '56 :2'-v \"v- ' • \" 'i \"15c, \" 9c 1 ' « » » \" 15c, \" 10c : 2 pieces of White Dress Goods, worth regular 17c, for.. ,.... .loo : 1 « •• « « « « \" 23c, for.. h. .... 16c 5 4 . « « « «- « •Â« ,\"tt 23c, for..... 15c 5 15 pieces of Dark Dress Percales worth regular 11c, for... i....... ... ..8c : : iO K \" \" \" *' 15cfor.I..,. ....10c « 15 \" \" \" \" \" \" i 'V 18c for. 12c 3 : 12 pieces Summer Lawns,'. worth regular 8c, for i.... 1 5c 10 pieces Summer Trouville, worth regular 80. for. ....6c JUSi1 RECEIVED a new line of COLLARETTES, and the price is 5 r O. K.—$2.29, 13.99, $4.99, |5.99, $6 99. $7 00 and |9.75, v - 10 Doz. Ladies' Summer Shirt Waists to close at Half Price.—29c, 39c, 3 • 49c, 59c, 69d, 79c, 89c, 99c, $1.29 and $1.49. We- need ail the Butter and Egg...

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 — 25 August 1900

Our stone? are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. AMcfrre- ly selected and set up at home. - MADISON J {Historical Society We use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That'^ why we excel* $1 SO per year. as 39--NO. 20. STURGEON BAY, WIS,, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Mate Anderson Seriously Injured. The meagre, Jbufc startling intelligence, has been received here from Manistee, Mich.,^by his family that Loins Anderson, mate on tne steamer I. N. Foster, was seri- busly injured by being jammed between his \\ vessel and ! a lumber pile at Manistee Mon- : day evening.' He has been removed to the marine hospital and his condition is said to be critical. Just how the accident happen- r ed we are unable to learn. Mate Anderson i resides in this city and has a wife and five children. \" Empire State out of Commission. On account of an accident which happen, ed to her boilers and a strike of the firemen, deckhands and waiters engaged on the craft, the stea...

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 — 25 August 1900

Ml'/, THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 25, 1S»00. T%VO UTTLE BAIVDS) ! - ' BT,iMKA AMCB BBOWI?fc . *08, 011 a snmmer day divine. Iko little hands fell into mine: JtoWpink they were! how frailand fine! &eh one a crumpled velvet ball, - « . S»soft, and bo absurdly email, J&mcl to hold within them all /. Site's tangled and mysterious ekein,i. 'X&e-iningled threads of joy and paln,v ' : HKhoee hidden ends wo seek in vain! ©f fast the years have fled away Two little hands, at work or play. Still bide withme the livelong day S&mta some willful mischief bent, JfceTnow to loving service lent, 3bw folded-aleepy and content— ' She dimpled fingers curled, like those i*rwt, jealouB leaves that cling and close, . Jftcwt the ied heart Of a rose. JB&wd them with a passionate sigh : ^ Hieqcick tears spring, I scarce know why, a thinking of the By and By! 3m will they build, these little hands, 3$oo the treacherous, shifting rands? «r where the Rock eternal Stands? dhd will they fashion...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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