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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 September 1900

V' THE' ADVOGATfe, SEPTEMBER 29, 1900. ni ciullv ax the cabin. 'He lizzard nurde scorpion aint er ronnin' wid'de ' - Bnafce. Do snake aint. er eqoirmin in do moss, De coon an' do 'ponsum looks mighty ripe to '. bake, . ', De stnbble field am kivered wid de £roa\\ An' de wind am er whislin' through de Junes. All do grapes he finish drappin' torn de leafies' • crooked vines. De chinkapin an' ches'nat's layin' low, • Ion kin hunt fnm morn till evenin'. anyu'll find no mnakadines '• In de woods dat's felt da airly afttnmn snow. An' de wind am er whislin' through de pines. Da honnd dog aint er htm tin' less de scent am fresh an' hot. . Mr. Fros' pernipulates him in de feet. , Gerlert aint g winter leave de house no forder dan despot: W. ' '- Whar de 'simmon ripe most drap npon de .. . wheat, ' : An' de Wind am or whislin' through de pines. If de pottage an' de kildee aint lively 'bout de •... shrubs, I calculate dey'll suffer mighty soon. . You .see how le blackbird am prowlin', arter 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 — 29 September 1900

V,, ADVOCATE. Entered in the ftxtcifRce at Sturgeon flay, Wis., o» *econf-cla*s mall motter.. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TUR- . GEON BAY, WIS. • , &.\\?NV\\ PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES-OP SUBSCRIPTION. *1.50 • .75 .60 fjew months .C—. .••y-- Singlecopies .... .... ••• , Bp- Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. .05 STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, 8ErT. 29.1800 REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For President— .. 'WILLIAM McKINliEY.' For Vice-President.— • r THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Congress, Eighth Dist.— EDWARD S. MINOR. For Governor— ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE. For Lieut..Governor— JESSE STONE. • For Secretary of State— v . WM. H. FROELICH. For State Treasurer— JAMES O. DAVIDSON. For Attorney General— EMMET R. HICKS. For State Superintendent— LORENZO D. HARVEY. For Railroad Commissioner— GRAHAM L. RICE. For Insurance Commissioner— EMIL GILJOHANN. For Member of Assembly— HENRY OVERBECK, JR. For Sheriff— AUGUSTINE A. MINOR, For County Clerk— JAMES S. HALSTEAD. For Coun...

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 — 29 September 1900

THE ^DVOCATE^ SEPTEMBER 29,1900, V THE ADVOCATE. STUllGEON BAT, BATXTBDATT. SETT. 20,1000 FRA&K LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The addition to the St. Joseph church was this week in the hands of the frescoers. —The small schooner Charley J. Smith is buying a cargo of , apples at the Merchant's dock. ' —The Advocate will be sent to new sub­ scribers from now until January 1,1902, for .$1.50. : —Three of the sawmills -at .Marinette are to be operated all of the ensuing winter on hardwood. J'--..—Another well is being sunk on the high :siihooi premise3, and Ed Birmingham is do. ifag the job. —The interior of the City Drug Store looks very gay and inviting since the paint- ers and decorators have got in their work. —There fs as much building going on at this time as there was at the height Of the season, and the work will continue until winter shall have fully set in. •—Ed. Reichard this week purchased from Ed. Birmingham te...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 September 1900

V THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 29, 1900. liOVE HAS THE RIGHT OF. WAY . BT JASEPlltNK rOLlAnD. That Lawyer Gilbert was grim and grtiff, All at ilookhnvon knew woll onongh - • And nonp'daro trespasB on his domains . So mnch aa to stroll through the quiet lanes i~ Or woods adjoining his farm, for theto Were the warning placards—No Thoroughfare. • The dwelling whore Doctor Whito abode Was half a mile distant around tho rood, . Bat only a stone's throw, so it eoemed ' ' When the lights in the white honse windows - '' gleamed, • • ••• •' From Lawyer Gilbert's and many a time -Had one been tempted the fence to climb. Hero is a fence and there yon pass A field of corn and some meadow grass. A grove of trees, and a little rise Beyond which the doctor's dwelling-lies Another fenco and a few steps more Will land you right nt the doctor's door. ' And oft when the wintry winds blew shrill, ' And-because of a dear one lying ill, There was need of baste, has an anxious son!, : With breath well spent er...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 29, 1900* HCSKIMS 1'KfctOW CORN. • • ! Bir LOtTISB 8. UPIIA1T. Ah, the mellow, dreamy, golden days Of the sweet. October time When bright-eyed, blaahing Nina Vail And I were in our prime! . - / The granary waa piled breast-high • . With autumn's garnered stores, And the merrieat hours of all the year ' We passed on its ample floors, . \" A-husking the yellow corn. With the maple's and sumac's scarlet leaves The hedges were all aflame _, , : Through all the forests the evergreens , i Alone remained the same '-.'J The glory of the summer's charm Had passed lite a dream away. Bat bloomed anew in the youthful hearts, While hands made nimble play • : A-husking the yellow corn. •. Mow the wiles of a maiden who can guess? . ' And 1, all unaware, Was tranced, by th&light of her sparkling Byes A n d t h e s h e e n o f h e r w a v i n g h a i r ' ' : And when, with my prizo—o chance red ear— I won the right to press • .' \" \"• ' Her melting lips, I lost my heart •...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 September 1900

- I ' f • / ' • ' • ' • ' MM • • , - • • :• •• I, ~. I f' PTEMBEK 29,1900 drink, and itlipiWly (. the •nTmmmnnmHmnnnnmmnnnffunHmmmimmnmmrmH'onHm AMONG DOOR ! ...JUST ARRIVED... A NEW LINE OF a UNDERWEAR. Men's good heft Fleeced Lined Underwear, worth 69c, for. . Men's All Wool fine plush quality Underwear, worth $1.25, for.. .. * Men's All Wool Caniol Hair Unger? wear, worth $1.25 at .'.'v.s. ' Men's extra fine Natural Wool Underwear, wJrth$A0C for —— ....... Men's mixed Cotton and Wool Underwear,' / s t ..V... .:..:49c. 3!o and • Ladies' All Wool to extra sizes, non-shrink- #1 f|f| :' ing Jersoyrribbed, worthJjit.25, for.......®|«UU . •y Children's fine All Wool from lOoupto 29c •• We are still prepared to give you all kinds of bargains in all of our lines. SI.T9 Smith-Bassford Co. 1 imiuiu,iitniiiiiiiitiuiiuiiuiiuiiuuuiiamiuiiuiiuikuuuuuuuuuuuuilllillilim ^3-2 23-3 23-3 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 *3-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 ^3-2 23 2 23-2 ?3-2 I23-2 Now is the time . when wind and su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 October 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. AM care- fully selected and set up at home. -We use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter* That's why we excel. • $1.50 per year VOL. 39--NO. 26. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS. JLocal Items of Interest The loss on the Annie B. has not yet been adjusted by the underwritere. The schooner Margaret Dall was in port several days the first of the week. . l?Le steambarge Marshall F. Butters was in port the fore part of Wednesday night. The little schooner Norman of Detroit Harbor was in port with a cargo of peaches the first of the week. According to the meteorological chart is­ sued by the weather bureau, the prevailing winds for October will be southerly. \" The steamer Iowa discharged an immense quantity of freight at this'port Monday, the large warehouse being chock-a-block. • The coal schooner fehpeming did not get unloaded until Monday afternoon when she was towed out in the lake by the...

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

. ' TUE ADVOCATE OCTOBER 6, 1900. V. iNDUfiHtnineri. A ijalfitTopose has tranced the earth and sky. The brakes we folded for their wintry sleep ' Yet linger spioy airs,—'tween stalks so dry Soft grasses peep. The gray unpainted farm-house bathed in •':... ..light Wears aiew aspect, simple and serene There is^a fairy glamour ronnd yon height,- ~r~~[ Each'distent scene. V- And like the sound of silvery echoing bells. These tranquil days we love so pass away: The turtles softly murmur: in deep dells Brisk squirrels play. The loaded wains stand round yon cider mill, A vintage odor fills the morning air j One butterfly floats up to yonder rill, And poises there. Each rustic fetioe is lichened o'er, and now • The Indian pipe and lowly cornel glow, The fire*-red creeper wreathes. the mountain's * \\ brow - ' Witch-hazels blow. The latest gentians wave on sunny slopes, : Where flitting bird and bee no longer stay : ' But soon will floral pomp, like withered hopes, Fade, fade away. (Prom the...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 8, 1000. ,CNOBODY EL8B. ' Two little hands, BO earefnl and brisk, : Putting the tea things away, \"While mother is resting a while in herchair. : For she has been btisy all day : \\ And the dear little' fingers are working for Although they are tender and sree, •'I'll do it so nicely.\" she says to herself There's nobody else, you see.\" - Two little feet just scampered up stairs, For papa will quickly bo here. And his shoes must be ready and warm by the \"fire •• That is burning so bright and so clear Then she must climb on a chair to keep Watch \"He.cannot come in without me. : When mother is tired I-ope'n the door— There's nobody else, you see \" . * * « * • « * Two little arms afftund papa's dear neck. . And a soft, downy cheek 'gainst his own. For out of th? nest so cozy and bright '/ The little one's mother has flown. ! , , • She brushes the tear drops away as she thinks: •- \"Now he has no one but me. . V * 1 mustn't' give way that would make him so ' ...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 October 1900

IW :JL THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER R 6, 1900.. ^ ' - i THE ADVOCATE.\" SnhertA in ih* Posloffiet at Sturgeon Say, TfU., at teeond-dm inafi matur. • / POBIilSHED EVEBY SATURDAY AT 8T0B- f GEON BAY. WIS. • FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES'OF SOTSCMPTIOH. One year....... •••• '...*1.50 SixwonthB ............ .76 four months ........ • Two months •\"? Single copies •...•• ? ,i\"\". . BT Two dojl&rs will becharged if not paid within the year. BTUBQEOM BAT, 8ATCBDAY, OCT. 0.1900. Has, any one heard of a bull fight taking place in Havana or the island of Cuba since the Americans took possession thereof? The stoppage of these brutal exhibitions and torture of the brute \"creation ia almost Worth as much as it cost to wrest Hie isl­ ands from the possession of the cruel Span­ iards. Roosevelt's .characteristic\"comment after the Cripple Creek riot last week, as the train drew out of the station, is quoted as fol­ lows: \"Wasn't that bully?\" he cried. \"It's the best thing that has ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 6, THE lA.t)tr6cATE* STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, OCT. 6,1900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The R. P. Co. has built a substantial sidewalk from the steamboat office to Main street. ' —The new school well has been complet­ ed. It is 92 feet deep, and its cost was at the rate of $1 a foot.\" —Another severe thunder storm passed over this city and vicinity Thursday night. There waS also a heavy fall of rain. —The W, C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. A.-W. Lawrence, sr., next Tuesday after, noon Oct. 9. All are cordially invited. —The following is. the advertised letter list: Ida Anderson, Miss Julia Johnson, : Alice M. Long, Sadie Olson, Tonie Vogle, Frank Wenk. , —This paper is recognized as the be?t, ad­ vertising medium extant, as is manifest by the large amount of space taken by our local merchant. . —Mr.. French is having an addition of 30x60 built on the east side of the Hotel French, the basement the...

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 — 6 October 1900

\" 6, 1900. - ' / L I V E A N W I i E T . B E . ' . Live Rnd let bet Tho Alpine heaven its bright Tired fclondUts sloep along yon azure sea: Soft airs steal by and whisper, faint and light, .•j Live and lot bo 1 Live and let be 1 Is it not well to rest Sometimes trota labor? £ive as do tho flow- • era? Bask in the sunshine, lie on Nature's breast, Not counting hours? Not heeding aught, but on the pale, worn cheek-' ' . '•••,. ' • To feel the warn breath of the murmuring •- • • pino, — , And wateh on many ft rosp-flushed, hoary peak Heaven's glory shine? Is it not well? Sweet, too, at wandering, eve To list that melody of tinkling belles. And hear old Echo in her distance weave Endless farewells I Night, too, bath here her music, deep and '^ . :: '-':'V -8trong,'-' ^: r: Of cataracts, solemn as an ancient psalm, . Whence^the soul's fever, born in heart'and throng. •' Grows cool and calm. jLive and let be!- It will be timfe enough Hereafter to resume the great world's care. When autu...

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 — 6 October 1900

v.* A . [ • j 1 1 '' 1 •' . •':\" '..••• .' '\"M. :• -.A arm * • ' t h e . b e d i q a n s p a t e . (A PAlJAVBRAgr.) BY WILLLAM BOBS WALLACE. We hear the letting of their weary steps Like Autumn's withered leaves, and they are Korio . : Forevermore. Oh, mournfully we muse— Two centuries ago their wigwam's smoke, Their council-fires arose ip every vale From Hudson's iron bay unto the flowers Ot golden Florida: their wild war-dance And long, shrill shout s of victory shook The mountains tod the glades in glory stood Their warriors unto the jubilant songs Of other days listened their eager young The joyous mothers with their infants played And rainbowed all the future trith bright hopes •The old sat down, but wept not—they should soon ' . • In fairer regions rest, by Manito prepared Beyond the western sky, for all the brave. 0 braver men ne'er lived O truer men Ne'er drew the bowstring: Courage was their own. And fortitude: no danger did they fly, No 'hardship feared -rUtae to their c...

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 — 6 October 1900

1 THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 6, 1900. Special Offerings on • l a We have the well-known Cresco Corsets in three stiles and prices. We also have the Unbreakable at the Hips for $1.00, and the High Bust at $1.50 and $1.69. These are extra qualities and very durable.' Fall Collarettes at a very low price. On© line wortli $4.00, nt.......... . 29 V—— « « $5.00, at 3,39 « « « $6.00,at 4.39 * « « \" 17.00, at 5,99 - « '* \" $12.00, at /*, 9,75 These are special prices? don't fail to call and share them with us. I Smith- r F: W, FROEMKE, Prop.. Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Toilet Soaps, Sponges, vv Brushes, Combs, Etc. A supply of Peruna, Manalib and Lacupia on band. . — t??~I'hi/sician$' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by a Competent Pharma­ cist.. 23-r 23-2 23-3 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 Now is 23-2 33-2 the time •wlien wind and sun 23.2 23.-2 the time •wlien wind and sun 23 2 combine to pnt tan and 23-3 23 2 freckles where hereto­ fore there has ...

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 — 13 October 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All care­ fully selected and set up at home. Historical --^r- We use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That'swhy we excel. $l.Sft per year. VOL. 39--NO. 27. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. JLocal Items of Interest The Kate Howard sailed'through bound Tip with cordwood \"Wednesday morning. The steambarge being built at Green Bay . will be ready for launching in another week •or ten days. ' ..The Beow-schooner Foam brought a cargo of building material over here from Menom- , inee Monday, p-hieh consisted1 of a varied assortment. The steambarge Foster and consorts laid % in port Thursday night proceeding south the next morning. . ' The schooners Jessie L. Boyce and Belle Brown were brought in from Green\" bay Thursday afternoon. 'Captain Bobinson is in command of Ann Arbor No. 3, and not Captain Nicholson as . was erroneously stated in these columns, a couple of weeks ago.: . Th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 13, 1900. ODB TO A'tJTtJfflNr : 'SSkMoii of wirfs MlmeUbw/ fi-uitifulnesst «9»s bosom-friend of the maturing sun: ©Rapiring tvitk liini how to load and blesa -HS3h fruit the vines that round thethatch- , eaves ran UiS'Send with apples tliffmOS8'd cottage-treos, jt-rtf fill all fruit with ripeness to tlie core y 3te,sweli the gourd and plump the liazel shells .\"Sfslh a sweet kernel to set budding more .fiffll still more later flowers for the bees, ®sfH they, think warm days will never cease: :3%r Summer has o'er brimmed their clammy • cells. .: • \"\"TB&ohath not seen Thee oft amid thy store? 7 Ssoetimes whoever seeks abroad mfc' find ' 'SSee sitting careless on a granary floor, '.'2iy hair eoft-Hfted by the winnowing,wind, . Or on a half-reaped furrow sound asleep, M asowsed with the fume of poppies, while thy :• .-. hook' Riscres the next swartii and all its twined flowers •\" / Jtacl sometimes like a gleaner thoji dost kee? Steady tliy laden head acr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 October 1900

8IN6 TO RtB. . BY WILLIAM Rore WAtLiCT. ^Ohl sing to me, sing to me thus, as of old Jteep siaging the song of those years Which yon sang ere the form that we cherish- s ed lay.cold '• •• In the sepulchre wet with our tears,. 'Jbet the music be low as the dirges that sweep -- - Through the dark-waving, sad cypress leaves. As they, tremulous hang o'er her beautiful '• sledp ' '• • In the light on the lone autumn-eves: • V. . • . ..••••- H. Post remember how often her mild-beaming .eyes• - • . So tenderly gazed upon you. And it seemed that the for tender stars from the skies Were all rival-like looking down too. While her 16w,jleasant love-words were heard ' in the uight, ' •. Like the music of rosermuffled rills, Kow shining to view and now hid from the sight '.y' : In the shadow of far-away hills? • M i • ' . • • • • • • • • ' ' • I I I . • . \" Like the tone of some music too sweet for this earth'. Like a rainbow that sparkles on day, • , ''Bat to fade in the moment that ushered its...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 October 1900

. IS| ADVOCATE, OCTOBER LOCAL POLITICAL NOTES. jkDVOCATE. jer is, mm. x , v - i^'V Entered in the Postqffic* at Sturgmn Day, m»., at etcond-tlats trtall fnatter, . PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. PR AN K LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES'OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year..... .... .... ®1.K0' -Six months. .75 Four months. .50 Two months ........ .25 Single copies .05 BP\" Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. 8 rUBGEON BAY, SATURDAY. OCT. 13,1900. The Morgan-Ryan Meeting. TheJIorgan-Ryan meeting Tuesday eve- ning was attended by a fair-sized crowd, r and the speakers were listened to with re. •, epectful attention, though it was plainly evi. dent that a far greater number of those ' present were not at all in sympathy with the arguments set forth by National Com. initteeman Ryan, and he must have felt that 'while he Wfts given a fair hearing it was for from being an enthusiastic assemblage, at least for the cause he advocates. He opened the ball by ri...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 October 1900

THE- ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 13, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. BTUEGEON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 13, J900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST •^-Members of M. \\V. A. are requested to attend the meeting Monday evening, when important business is to. be transacted. —The parsonage of the Congregational church hasso far advanced, that the plaster­ ers have practically finished their work. —The warm and sunshiny weather of the ' gast week has dried off the roads to a very considerable extent,\" and traffic over them increased correspondingly. -—There will be special services at the St. Joseph church Sunday, on which occasion Bishop Messmer of Green Bay will confirm a large number of children. . _ —The following is the advertised letter list: Julnis Carlson care of schooner Lydia, Ed, Hogerty, Heloo Mickel, Lorenz Stem, die, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Whle. s —Kemember, .that the price of The Ad­ vocate from now until January 1, 1902, when paM in advance, is...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, ^ MACCAUft A*8 tOVE AAflEST. • V: BV iCG«HB DiVW. • 'TSs wretc'hed to be lonely— , ' • ' - * Oh, if I had you only, Machree, a bride here by my side in pleasant Knocbavaul. Td taste of all the blisses Bowled np in Cnpid's kisses. And fee the happiest man alive from Cork to Donegal I V \\ But now, oohone, achorra, I'm like a hermit, for a World I've none 'twist earth and sun except yonrdarlin' eyes, Ani thess I'm never seein' . Though morn and eve I've bein| On the look out for their bright smiles .While sunshine lit the skies! True as 'tis here I'm standin', • If ever you've a hand in Killin' me for love of ye, this awful TOW I'll .. keep: • Oh, night by night my Wiadow Will trip it o'er the meadow. And wither all your burnin' dhiames, and rob you of your ahleep! j I know Pm still beholdin' ^ To all your tresses golden. To lips and eyes that: stars and skies ne'er saw. :.'v their equal yet, : For the divartin' pleasure I drained from love's own treasure And sure 'tis ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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