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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 25, 1900. OWBOAlf.:. _ We tied upon the velvet lawn, we look'd into the •• tikr,' • «p,.» i.* oi.ii ringing In the bine, the clouds were selling high, : jtoi past the golden lily-crowns the river hurried \"by. •• • • The boat wan rocking tn the cove who looe'd it from its chain - For one long day wis bade adieu to any earthly pain. Arid down the stream of light and love we float- ' 1 edonce again. , it was the Indian Sammer then, the time when * winds are wooing The high tsee-tops in tones so soft none know that winds are blowing: The. leaves bnt mnrninr to thenotes of wanton ringdoves cooing. We found a bower of reeds so rare, no flag was • ' bent or broken, Only the open skies above the boiindless world • betoken, • And love's wild ' wishes were the duly words that there were spoken. „ The story was so very long, we told it tilt the gloaming: We drifted onward till we heard tbesonndof i water foaming,. And knew the .weir was right ahead the silent bats were ...

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 — 25 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 25, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. jShterfti to M« at Sivramn Say, Hts.. w mxmd-clMs mail matter: PUBLISHED EVElttc SATURDAY AT STCB- GEONliBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One rear J.-ti.S0 Kx months.. -vo Four months— - .80 Two months . .25 Singlecopies .............. ........... .05 : W\" Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the rear. • 8TURGEONBA.Y, SATURDAY, AUG. 25,1900. - All Expansionists. . In one tiling the Democratic campaign has signally failed. Mr. Bryan's attempt to r create the impression that the founders of the repnblio were anti-expansionists has miscarried. It has stimulated inquiry in ft field,teeming with facts. It has put the foots in possession even of people who real­ ly wanted to believe that Mr.. Bryan told . the truth. As against the plainest facts of our national history Mr. Bryan has no 'case.- - . The Amerioan people,. leaders and mass­ es, have been expansionists from the first. The expansiqn id...

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 — 25 August 1900

'' ^ THE ADVOCATE AUGUST 25,1900. ST0BOEON BAt. %ATPKPAY. AUG. 25, IMP. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The rain Monday started afresh the agitation in regaird to the paving of Cedar street. • 1 ~Th6 three-year-old son of Kir .and lilts. Joe. Collins died Tuesday morning from in­ flammation of the bowels. , —-The railroad people are rapidly filling in aronnd their round house and will soon -have a yard that will be useful. —A union service will Ije held in the opera house Sunday evening at which Mrs. Mabel Oonklin will deliver ah address. :i —Sheriff Washburn made a trip up north Friday and Saturday for the purpose of subpoening the jurors in that section of the county. : . • —The R. P. Co. have commenced the shipment of peas,- several carloads having been sent to St. Paul and Minneapolis the —The Walter Damkoehler residence is up and enclosed and work on the parsonage for the Congregational church will be com­ menced ...

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 — 25 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST ST 26. 1900. . ' „' _' . i , \" I AN ©M» SAW. A dear little maid came skipping ont | f In the glad new day with a merry shieat * With danoingfeet and fljinst hair She sang with jay in the morning air. \"Don't sing before breakfast, you'll cry before ' v x_. night.\"' ' ' . r What a crpat, to darken the child's delight! And diejbnpld old nnree, again and again, Repeated the ancient, dull retrain The child panted, trying to nnderetand But her eyes eawxtha great world rainbow- spanned '% \" Her light little feet hnrcUyxtonohod the earth. And her soul brimmed over with innocent mirth. *-Never mind—don't listen—O ewe^t little maid! MaVe sure of your morning song,\" isaid \"And If j ain must meet you, why, all the.more Be glad of the rapture that came before. \"0, tears and sorrOw are plenty enough . ,s Storms may be bitter and paths be rough, But our tears 'should fall like the dear Earth's showers : , ~ , That help to ripen the fruits and flowers. \"8o gladden the...

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 — 25 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE AUGUST 25, 1900. • RETROSPECTION. It was the golden summer time Whertfannere gather in the sheaves. . And swallows twitter ronnd the eaves When daieiee lift their starry crowns And iephyrs whisper to the leaves Loud words of love, and ever breeze ' Waftaperfome sweeto'er all the land. Oft when the west was fair to see. Resplendent with the evening's pride— \" In golden glory deeply dyed And fringed with orient amethyBtr- O'er mnrmuring waves we'd gently glide, And, later, floating with the tide. Watch twilight deepen into night., He spoke of life and all it means He told mo of his hopes, his fears, And what he thonght the coming years Might bring to him if he,were true. His vpice, so soft, and ddep, and clear, Fell like sweet mnsic on my ear— ^ His every word to me was dear. The moon rosp slowly o'er the hill, And flooded all the scene with light. The many voices of the night • Scarce broke the feeling stillness round. The waves in silver liveries (fight, , Each crowned...

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 — 25 August 1900

ADVOCATE, AUGUST 25, 1900. IT IS that we will pow present our­ selves before you with a liae of prices, regardless of the sharp advance in all merchandise: ^ 5 doz. Men's Shirts consistingof launaried aria unlnundried land attachable vv and unattachable collars, dark and lightcolora. A regular price $1.00 and |1.52. Cut price 50° 75c We alfeo have a broken lot of sizes in Hats wid Caps to close at the cut ^ p r i c e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t o o 1 5 c 2 5 ! 3 5 o 4 5 c 6 5 5 89O Along this same line we can always fit yoti out with a paif ot Shoes j ust to - fit the pocket-book, $3.00 Shoe at • ..$1.50 A $2.00 Shoe for,................• - • • • • • ••• • • • •• • -$100 Those are bargains and you want to call for: them when in the store. • We still have a few pieces of Percale remnants left on the bargain counter just the thing for school dresses. Smith-Bassford Co. iuuiummumnitinnnwn'inwunniimiiiimininnmnniUminmimmuuiimii* For the relief and cure of Rupture »nly the bes...

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

MMnsm We use neither pa tent nor plate matter* That's why we excel. $1-59 per year. Our stories are com- _ plete, instructive and Entertaining. All care fully selected and set up at home. VOL. 39-NO. 21. •••_ 1: • •. y • ' • .' 'i 1 LAKE MARINE NEWS. A Six Masted Schooner. ... The largest schooner in the -world, the iirst six-master ever built, was launched at Camden, Maine, last week. This is the schooner George W. Wells, owned by Captt John G, \"Crowley of Taunton, Mass., and parties in New'York, Fall Eiver and South- bridge, Mass., and to be commanded by Capt. Arthur Crowley, now of the fire-mast­ ed schooner John B. Presco. The keel of this monster schooner was laid on April 1st. Instead of spilling wine at her naming the pretty daughter of the man for whom the vessel had been named scattered white roses over her bows, and as - she moved down the ways a flock of white doves was liberated after the fashion favored by the Japanese. Many giant schooners have been built in American...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 1, 1900. \"SINCE « A!9 Â¥liBl TVJBARlf.\" • HUKJI'am Tery weary, 1 will go away, Away from the horrible .town, tlio unthinking erowd •-. Ovsr tho moors and Way afar to the sea, •3fcwn by the white fresh spray, \"Whore broken mnsio of billows, blown falntor loud, ,, vv'v Mall weep on the wind,to mes\\. JBatl will lie in tbe sandhills, still in the son,. . ' And there ho sound shall be bat the sea-wind's song, IQsa (ret 0 f the foam-brinked water andsdethe of. the grass And glow faint thunder, of breaker® swept /'Wong, Sail faU or swell in the wind that streams in the grass : . Sod there as the long hours pass— lfetill stand at peace in the sun, The sound of it all shall seem As a dream in a deeper dream. ' Jfceru in tho sun I will close my eyes, toa scarlet of - blood Bhall glow.' ahd sunlight tall .- 8rer my face above it all , ^ The scattered song Of an inland lark, Jftid the white gull's cries. .1 will turn my face to the-cool sinoothjsands, and all shall ...

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 — 1 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 1, 1900 SU.tf MEtt'S COINS... - . gammer's going! SammerV going! . % Don't job Mto® Mtan^rimeB! listen! bark!, among the branches, . Hw the gonUymnrmnrihg leaves . Boftly rastling, sadly whispering, - },7 •' \"\"Sommer'fl going, going soon!\"- Ah, how little timo it seemeth. Since her roses came with June. Summer's going! Summer's going! Oat npon the roadside, see. Golden Bod is nodding gaily, Autamn's harbinger is she Cardinal flowers their blossom^ showing, Decked in scarlet's richest dyes • \"Mong the grasses dainty Screw flowers . Lift their headB to say good-by! , '• Hidden 'mong the mrfple branches. Locusts hnm their drowsy song • . , And the autumn cricket's chirping ,• Itemly the whole night long Katydids, in teasing chorns, ' Taunt their friends from tree to tree . Kate did, and Katy didn't, : : ... • Ne'er deciding which did she. , • 80 the Bnmmer's going, going! Tenderly We'll say good-by To her wealth of bad and blossom, Sbng and sunshine, joys g...

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 — 1 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE THE ADVOCATE. Sniffed In the Pntlojflce at Sttirgton Say, JR*„ o» aecorKl-dafs maU maUtr. PUBLISHED EVERY SATORDAS AT 8TTJR- .•• GEON , FRAJTK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF 8CB8CR1PTIPN. . Oneyear^..... . .... I Fonr months ........ ...— Two months .25' (Singlecopies ......,. .05 »T Two dollars Will be chargedifnot paid within the rear. ( STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, 8EPT. J, 1900. The storm of Monday .week inflicted $25,- 000 worth of damage on the farmers of Brown county in the destruction of build­ ings and crops. While the South African war has cost England upward of $300,000,000, it is said to be far from being ended' yet, as the Boers are determined to keep up the fight as-long as they have a man left. ' . * • Col. Morgan said in his acceptance speech at New London Tuesday that he would have nothing hut a clean: campaign. Will the newspapers of his party acquiesce in this proposition? We shall se4. The Italian who assasrtfiatedj&ngllum- bert near Rome se...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 1, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAT. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1, 10CO. , FRANK LONG, Editor arid Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —-Your attention is called to the article in another column of this issue relating to cheap lamps. —The abandoned refuse\" burner of the sawmill located near the railway depot is be­ ing demolished, there being no further use for it. • , —Arthur Washburn this week broke ground for a new residence, which is to be located at the southeast corner of Main and St. John streets. —Engineer Fred. I. White this week\" re­ ceived a check for $1,000 from the lodge of Lady Maccabees, being the amount of in­ surance carried by his deceased wife. —The masons have commenced work on the foundation of David Honle's new resi­ dence in the First ward, but the building, will not be completed until next season. —Following is the advertised letter list : Mrs'.'W. F. Burton, H.' Feldman, Miss Julia Hayes, Mr. Ben. Kinsey,...

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 — 1 September 1900

ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 1, 1900. TO A noBNING ZBPBrK. Pari), ethereal breathof morn, '} Dancing o'er the goldon corn, • -~ Racing with Aurora's beams , \" ' ' • Ovsr meads and dimpled streams. Say where first thy flight began, \" Where thy footatepe earliest ran. Nimble more than aery lay. On their broad, serial tray. Buoyant, lightsome on the •wings of breaking . day. • Oftimes at the earliest peeping forth of dawn, As the light stole softly on, • While the early bird was swinging On her leafy bough tod singing ^ ABWcetlay— ^ While the honey-bee was waiting With a patience nnabating *• InJhe meadow by his flower For the first bright, golden hoar ' Of the day. ' . 1 have heard thee whispering gently, Whispering low bat so intently 'Mong the roses that were creeping O'er my casement, or were sleeping Where the'deepest shadow weaves Thickest veil obscure amid the emerald leaves. Quickly rising, I inclining, held mine ear Nearer, for I fain wonld hear . ' What thy message, and for whom— ! ...

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 — 1 September 1900

. ' V '• * 'V'V •• 1 \\ , , • V •', l' i' ' , . THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 1, 190Q. HftiSiS . . . 3y\\ ... * i i ' ' i - lomt. • 5 OVBBWOBKBIB. . •••. ELLA WHKXUtB WILCOX. Up with tho birds in the early mbrning— The dawdrop glows like a precious gem A Beahtifnl tints in the sky are dawning. Bat she'a never a moment to look at them. The men are wan ting their breakfast early• She mast not linger, she mast not wait, , For words that are sharp and looks that are - ' surly * . Are what the men give when meals are late. Oh, glorious colors the clouds are turning. If she would bnt look over hills and trees!. Bat here are the - dishes- and there is the churn- •: , ing— ' ' Those things must always yield to these. The world is filled with the wind of beaaty. If she would but pause and drink it in 1 But pleasure, she says, must wait for duty— Neglected work is committed sin. The'day grows hot and her hands grow weary Oh, for an hour to cool her head Out with the birds and the winds so cheery! B...

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 — 1 September 1900

mmm THE ADVOCATE,.SEPTEMBER J, 1900 Twenty-five per cent, less than manufac:|next turer's prices! This is no Humbug, we mean just wha See our circular we sayt Smith-Bassford Co. 1 SiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiauiiuimuuuuumumiitmitauuuuuuuuuuuuuuaauuuAiau* For the' relief and cure of 'Rupture only the best appliance will suffice. The Famous \"Honest John\" Truss, and the well known Seeley's Hard Rubber Truss are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction by .. Stiles & Co., CORNER DRUG STORE. We have a fall line of Crutches, Braces, Bus- •grasories. Hot Water and Ice Bags, Syringes, 33-3 2-3-2. 23-3 Z3-2 23-2 23-2 V »•- ^3 p. ]23-2 |?3-- hy2 [23-2 b-3 h2 23-2 23-2 23-2 Now is the time when wind and ran combine to put tan and freckles where hereto­ fore there has been a mixing of delicate pink and white on \"my fair lady s\" cheeks. \"Beauticream\" is the finest prepara- tioh for freckles, sun­ burn and tan that has ever been devised. It is perfectly harmless and will not injure the moBt del...

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 — 8 September 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, iflstructiveand entertaining. AM care­ fully selected and set up at home. MADISON Historical Sooiety ((^ t i n n We usenefther pa­ tent nor plate matter. - ' 1 „ That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. 39--NO. 22. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Wotice to Mariners. Notice is hereby given that the flashing light at the Sturgeon Bay Canal Light Sta­ tion, on the northerly side of the entrance to Sturgeon Bay Canal, westerly side of Lake Michigan, will be temporarily diacon. , tinned for repairs from about September 10 to September 20,1900. During that period the light •will show fixed white. After the repairs have been completed, the present characteristic will be restored. By order of the light-house board. One of the Oldest on the Lakes. • Capt. James Easson, of Racine, Wis., who is spending a few weeks with relatives in this city, is otfe of the old-tune masters on the lakes, more than a half a centufy hay...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 September 1900

:0 • X THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 8, 1900. -f- ^RliiT IS TODAY. \" «r!Oat on a world that's gone to seed! \"The great tall corn is still citrons in his seed . .iPlanther'breiwt with laughter, pnteoiig in'yonr toil,-' • Xi» heart Is still young in the mother-soil v :.Sfbene's snnBhine and bird song, and red Mid white plover, .\"tai tore lives yet. world under and over. 1 •\"-.SSie light's white as ever, sow and believe '\"i: .\" «arer dew did not-glisten 'round Adam and Eve,' r • ' ' ' \"Ulwer bluer heavens nor greener sod :i3ince the roond world rolled from the hand of • '. God • • '' There's a son to go down, to come up again, j£here are new moonB to fill when the old moons WBQe. *.£• wisdom dead sinoe Plato's no more? ' ^Who'll that babe be, in your cottage door? • - \"MWhile jonr Shakespeare, your Milton, takes his . place in the tomb, : \".rSis brother is stirring in the good mother-womb ' Store's glancing of daisies andrnnningof brooks •.\"•A* life enongh left to write in the...

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 — 8 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE 8, 1900. wic IBE WHimr MAN'S • BCBDBN. • pr eobriBD KrPiJtlfO. • V- \"Take up .the White Man's burden- 'iSend forth the best ye breed— Go, bind your sons to exile To serve your captive's need . v.' :.'.. To wait in heavy harness, ! f~ On flattered folk and wild- ' , Toarnew-cadght sullen peoples, Halfdevil and half child. / r \"Tata up the White Man burden— , In patience to abide, : To veil the tlireat of terror * And check the show of pride : _ - By open speech and simple, : An handled times made plain, - t To seek another's*profit . „: And work another's yain. , \"Take np tfie White Man's burden— v . . The savage wars of peace— . . . ' Fillfull the month of Famine, - And bid the sickness cease And when yonr goal is nearest : - The end for others sought) : Wateh sloth and heathen folly Bring all yonr hopes to naught. :, \"Take np the White Man's burden— j ', . No iron rule of kings,. But toil of serf and sweeper - v The tale of common things. The ports ye shall not ent...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 8, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. Holered in the Postqfflce at Sturgeon Say, Wis., as • seocmd'tiGti: matt matter. , PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, \"WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor RATES OR SUBSCRIPTION. One year...... — •*-59 Six months.... ............... Four months..\". Two months .•Â« » , „ Single oopies .... ............i .* Two dollars wfll.be chsrge&if ftot paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, 8EPT. 8,1900. Morgan the Democratic'Nominee. The perplexing problem with the Demo­ crats in this district has been, not to decide between rival aspirants to the congressional nomination but to find a man who would accept it. There has never been a time when any member of the party of fair re­ pute could not have had the nomination, for the asking. A number of citizens in the several counties of the district have been discussed in . that connection but all, with the exception to be noted, declined with thanks the proffered honor which m...

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 — 8 September 1900

ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 8. 1900. l f :THB: ^t OCATE^ 8TUBGEON BAY,BAT0EDAY, 8EFR. 8,19T0. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —It is understood that Mr. French paid $5,000 for the Tremont Hotel .property. —Bey. G. C. Carmichael will preach at Clay Banks Thursday evening, Sept. 13th. —The W.C. T. U. -will meet^with Mrs. Wm. B. Hay nextTuesday afternoon, Sept. 11th. All are invited to attend. —The new livery barn of Knuth & Writt, near the railway depot, is fast nearing com­ pletion and will soon be ready'for business to all appearances. —Labor day was observed here to the ex­ tent that the island mills were closed down,' otherwise business went along in its accus­ tomed channels as of old. —The two local undertakers buried twen­ ty people during tlie month of August. :These deaths included those from the neigh­ boring towns as wellaain thecity. ,—Frank Bernhardt recently purchased from John Kauffmann a building in the Fir...

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 — 8 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, PAiOEkf IN TOWN. i Tha fair Pamela came to town,, 1 \" iJo London town in early summer. . And up'and down andronnd about The boanx dincnssfld the bright new-comer' | With \"Gadiooks, sir,\" and \"Ma'am my duty,\" And \"Odds my life, bat 'tis a Beauty!\" To Ranelagh Went. Mistress Pam, Sweet Mistress^m BO fair and merry,, With cheeks ot cream and roees blent, - . With voice of lark and lip »f cherry. Then all the bean* vow'd 'twas their dnty To win and wear this country Beaatj. And first Frank Lovelace tried his wit. With whispers bold and eye*, still boldeh ' . ' The warmer grew his sancy flame, Cold grew tho charming fair and colder, j Twas \"icy bosom\"—\"crnel beanty\"— To love, sweet Mistress 'tis a dnty.\" Then Jack Carew his arts essayed, With honeyed sighs and feigned weeping, Good lack! his billets bonnd the carls That pretty Para Bhe wore a-aleeping. \" v Next day theee carls had richer beauty, v So w«$l Jack's fervor did its duty. Then Cousin Will came Up t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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