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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE OCTOBER 13, 1900. THE OL.D BKOWW SCHOOl HOUSE. In memory's hall hangs the picture. And years of sad care are between: It hangs with a beautiful tfilding, rAnd well dp I love it, I ween. It stood on a bleak country corner, ! But boyhood's ypung heart made it warm: It glowed in the sunshine of summer *Twas cheerful in winter and storm. O, gay were the sports of the noontide, When winter winds frolicked with'snow We laughedat the freaks of the storm-king And shouted him on, all aglow.- We dashed at his beautiful sculpture. Regardless of all its array We plunged in the feathery snow-drifts, . And spprted the winter away. We sat on the old-fashioned benches. Beguiled with our pencil and slate ' • : We thought of the opening future, And dreamed of our manhood's estate. O, days of my boyhood, I bless ye, While looking from life's busy prime The treasures are lingering with me X gathered in life's early timer , O, still to that bleak country corner Turns my heart, in weariness ...

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 — 13 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 13, 1900. We are again to the front with a new line of....4 consisting of Pretty Prints, Nice Robes, Fine Black I Dress (ioods, Bed Quilts, Blankets, Pillows and Furnishing J tioods: 25 pieces nice pretty Prints, worth 8c, for 7° 10 pieces nice Robe Prints, worth 8c, for.... . . - J o . . 5 pieces nice Draperies at.. 22c, 18c, 15o, lOo and 8C Quilts at all prices... ..... ^....... .$1.75, $1.50, $1.25 and 95c Blankets at........ $3.25, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00, $1.00 down to 39.° v Pillows at ..............i...».^$1.75,$l,00,7pc,65cftnd 50c Outing Flannels at . .......... r .. . .13c, 10c, 9c, 8c,7c and Qc 3 pieces Flower Oil Cloth at................ .38c, 33c and 29c ! 6 pieces Flower Oil Cloth pattern sat. 950 We also have a full line of Kitchen Furnishing Goods, such as Tinware, Woodenware and Brushes. . Smith-Bassford Co. .inini.wntmiuitaatntituitnuiuttiiUiitumniHiihiniUimmtmtniHuutmutif F. W. FR0EMKE, Prop. Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, . Chemicals, - Perfumer...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 October 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All care­ fully selected, and set up at home. MADISON '0: •• , v - ^.HistoricalSociety ' . .. . v. •• $• We use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. • 1 :: $1.50 per yqai^-' f VOL. 39--NO. 28. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1900. S1.50A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. TTronble on the Fannie Hart. ' Daring heavy weather on Lake Michigan off Seul Choix point, last Friday. night, Mate Joe Eedline of the steamer Fannie O. Hart was compelled to force the deckhands to the assistance of the firemen at the point of a revolver, as steam could not be kept /up and the craft was in danger of going ashore. The deckhtods had the mate ar­ rested when the steamer reached. Menomi­ nee, bat as the action was not brought in a United States court, which alone has juris­ diction on the high seas, they were com­ pelled to pay the costs of their too hasty action. u'V. at Kenosha. -. The^orm which swept the lake Monday ni...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 20, 1900. A TRliASI'Klill KliRPSAKH. BT KATBHV I. Cn»BK. ' ' While turning some old keepsakes over Id a sorrowful mood ana forlorn. The goin of tliem nil I discover In a child's sampler, faded and torn, - ttfith faintly-worked letters unfolding •• An incomplete motto, a-stare. And\" the time-yellowed canvas still holding A ringlet of pale golden hair.' • \"I Love 5Iy Dear Papa Forever,1' Runs the legend, tie rest being blurred, •While the last of the childish endeavor Fritters out in a Iwlf-liroidered word • Though all that was meant is completed , „ In the woof that my mem'ry unrolls, Ever'since the small worker's soul fleeted : To the Giver and taker of souls.. '.Only-a child's sampler, faded, Witli poor straggling letters inwrought: .. But, nil 1 how distinot and unaided , It-emblazonB its beautiful thought! Only a yellow curl treasured 1 . In the limp, flimsy, many-oreased plaits, '.'Bat instinct with affectioh unmeasured- • By earth's feeble.Btandards, or...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 October 1900

THE AbVpCATB, OCTOBER 20, 1900. f0 BBTTEB THINGS. BT OSOKOB MCDONALD. Better to smell the violet cool, than sip the glowingwine 1 t Better to hark a hidden brook, than watch a • diamond, shine. / Better the lpj[e of gentle heart, than beauty's ' \\'1'. favors proud .' Better the rose's living ,8eed. than roses in a • ' C r o w d . • • • • • . • Better to love in loneliness, than to bask-in -, ,.:j. •. love all day: Better the fountain in tho lioart, than the fountain 1P the way. : Bet'ter be fed.by mother's hand, than eat alone at will Better to trust in good, than say : \"My goods my storehouse fill.\" • ' Better to be a little wise, than in knowledge to \" abound Better to teach a child, than toil to fill per­ fection's round. Better to sit'at a master's feet, than thrill a • listening State Better to suspect that thou art proud than be sure that thou are great. Better to walk the 'Teal unseen, than watch the hour's event , Better the. \"Well done I\" at the, last, than the air w...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 20, 1900. ^ ADVOCATE. Bnternd in ihf, FwtAffice at Sturgeon Say, «?»..« '• s&ond-clats rnall matter. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATCBDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES'OF SUBSOBtPTION, *1.50 .75 .BO One year. -- Six months-. Four months Tvro months Ongle copies \"Vy «r Two dollars, will be charged if nofcpaid •within the year. BTDBGEON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 20.1900- BOHMRICH ASD THE GERMANS. • AMOSO THB CHtfflCHES. The Milwaukee Sentinel recently published whatinust be regarded as a thunderbolt in the state campaign. It consists of affidavits of six men who in 1$W sat around a tablein a saloon inTerre Haute, Ind„ with Louis G. Bohmrich, Democratic candidate for governor of this state, and listened to statements made by him that today have a vital bearing on bis candi­ dacy for governor under the circumstances which surround his nomination on the Demo­ cratic ticket. To place the story told by the various affidavits in concise and...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 October 1900

V - V • - • • - * . . • . \" I T H E A D Y O C A I N S O C ' 20, i9oo. v THE ADVOCATE. 8TUBGEON BAY. 8AT0BDAY, OCT. 20,1800. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Piper of City and County. NEWS OP^LOGAL INTEREST. —How'd you like to be the ice man ? —The following is the advertised letter list: OlenGarber. • • —The St. Joseph church society, are hav­ ing the grounds enclosed by a fence. —AH new subscribers -who pay $1.50 in advance will hare their paper dated to Jan- nary 1,1902. —Thanksgiving day occurs on November 20th this year, the last Thursday' of the month falling on that day. —There is less than eleven hours of day­ light now, and this is being curtailed at the 'rate of several minutes every few days. —The little schooner Ida, Capt. «T. B. Jensen, of Ephraim, is loading a cargo of apples-at this port this week for the west shore market. —Mrs. Stephen Decanter has about com­ pleted a hew residence alongside of the old one. It will be occupied by herself and family an...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 October 1900

SAVED At THU BBINK, BT NATHAN B. URHBli. ''Midnight pastf In a moment morti • -r* ' I cross this threshold beyon^ recall r .Harkl, my father pacing his s'tudy-floor v Aid the clock's slow tick on the stair are all To brook the silence. Bat no I hear A photon's rattle—it must- be he 1 Quick Hot me out of the window peer.. , Xesi-yes—it is Kalph! He Bipnals tne, \"Is there naught forgot 1\" Then a space to think, Trembling and pale, at her door she rests: A self-willed girl on the giddy brink Of flight with one whom her sire detects, Clandestine fliirlit at a lover's bock, A stolen marriage-sovfance wild - That may end in rain and wrath and wreck— Thebeautiiul, self-willed, headstrong childl \"Ah yes I forgot my casket's store Ofkeepsakes hoarded in childhood's bliss. Quick, let me a moment its depths explore I Ralph wort'tinind waiting. So, here it is.\" She fin Is the box, and by moonlight turns Its contents varied and half forgot In nervous haste, till an^obiect burns Her touch, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 October 1900

\\T\" 'V »r. THE ADVOCATE OCTOBER 20, 1900 THK SI'KCTBB, WAM. BY W. B. BABBEB. There is a spocter, whose name is Want, Whose terrors the boldest heart can daunt. Ho is lurking now at many a door Where the monster never came of yoro. When he crosses a threshold his terrible glare Pills the heart of each inmate with cold de- 8p»ir : ••• -• - The strong man's vigor he steals away, - And saps his energy day1)y day. The famishing mother her babe may strain To her grief-torn bosom, but all in vain ' There's a spell in the glanee of Want's fierce •. eye, ' . Soon causes that living fount'to dry. : Many a thousand this merciless foe Of the hapless poor is bringing.low, .. Not of the class who live by alms, For whose indolent souls toil has no charms, 7 But helots of Labor's glorious band, v The bone and sinew of our land. And must they perish with hunger now Who erst Won their bread by sweat of brow? Are honest workmen, skilled ones too. To find no work for their hands to do? ' Answer, ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 October 1900

l?v THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 20, 1900. imHiWHHfitHHMHHmwiwwflffnnffwnHnHnnfroffnTWTfWtwwHHtmtwHWH* 12 lbs. Good Jap. Rice for....... 12 bare Good Laundry Soap for 5 gallons D. W. Oil for. 14 lbs.Fine Granulated Sugar.. 4 lbs. Good Mocha and Java Cofte for 6quatteCranberries for...........w. \" 10 lbs. Sweet Potatoes for...... . . , , . 1 bush. Rutabages for ........, 1 bush. Apples for.... .... ..^. 100 lbs. Straight Flour, for...,. ^ 100 lbs. Best Patent Flour for.. . 100 lbs. Best Rye Flour for.. . . ., We also have the finest Lamps in th? city at from $4.50 to $5.50—juBt the thing for a Wedding Present, We also have the • finest Jardineera to select from. * ' . .•' r .50° •^•2So ...60o $1,00 •50° 50° 35* • •..•25° -••'•40c ...$1.90 ..$2.25 $1.70 Smith^Bassford Go. F. W. FR0EMKE, Prop. Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery,. Toilet Articles, Toilet Soaps, ' Sponges, Brushes, Combs, Etc. A supply of Peruna, Manalin and Lacupia on hand. Physiciana' Prescription Carefully...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 October 1900

fADlSON Historical Society yfe use neither pa tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All care- fully selected and set up at home. VOL. 39-NO. 29. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1900. *1.50 A YEAR LAP MARINE NEWS, ' I Local Items oflnterest. Southeast storm /signals were^displayed at this port Monday . i The schooner House Williams came in ' • from the lake Thursday for shelter from the southwester. , . Tlife shipment of stone has been greatly '^curtailed the past two' or three weeks by • the stormy weather.: The steambarge Foster and consorts Ad­ vance and Alert were .'sheltered : iu port Monday during the southeaster\". ' The wind shifted into the northwest Tuesday afternoon and the sheltered fleet •had all got out before the next morning. Oapt. Fred. Anderson, of the schooner City of Chicago, was among our marine callers Monday while his craft viaa in port. The schooner Industry and scow Ra...

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 — 27 October 1900

w THE ADVOCATE OCTOBER 27, 1900. t . ' THK CI TV'S C it own. . . - :: BY JAMES A. 11EWI.IN. ^IThe city's crowd! What a motley throng - Of people compose it, as to and fro, XanghtaK or frowning, they hurry along:: • On business intent . ' , . On pleasure bent— L&nshinp with rounds of sobbing blent: \"VP&ere did thoy come from—whore did they go? NVFhore do they go when the day is done?—• Whcm Uio light with the gloom of' night is blended, i And the twinkling »tars ^ Through the*Tattice tars, .QSacb in his place, show one by one .. Their crystal lanterns, God-attended. 'What are their hopes, and what aro .their tears? How many shall quaff from, the cup. Of snccoss? i lIow many remember»the burned-out years Of the past by its bitter wretchedness?-— -jffiem'rios of Lopes denied, and tears v SBhcd at the bier of loveliness! J®ack\\rorl and forward the city's crowd Sweep ever and eijer, a motley throng: /Pleasure in finery: «oe in a shroud Of block, moet. and mingle.and hurry a...

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 — 27 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 27, 1900. - THE THBBE CBAVGS. BV T. «. ARTHUR. . One rear ago, ab! well do I remember, • • I witched, tbroagh • blinding tears, as soft and 5 slow, , *611 from the dreary skies of chill November, The firat. pore flakes of .snow. : • ' • • • • ' ( ? • . I heeded not that o'er the doaty highway, : With robe nheoiied, an angel's foot might. • ••\". , . tread, I only knew thatt in one qniet byway, They fell apon my dead J Two little mounds, in the Vast sea of whiteness, ' Rose, .when the morning son shone strong and clear, y . Seeming to mock'with its exceeding brightness, My lot, so lono and drear. Today, I Btand 'neath gray skies of November, The earthly arm I leaned on stricken low And' watch, as with a blast like grim December, Whirls down the year's first snow! Lees are the ties that onto earth have bound me. Over three (graves the fierce winds come and 89 -'. .'. Colder and whiter grows tne earth aroand me, As falls the drifting snow. v , Bnt, .in a land ben...

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 — 27 October 1900

, \" ?: ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 27, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. BiUertd in the FosUtffrc* ai Sturgeon Say, tecoKd-cla#) mall tnailcr. Published every Saturday at stub- GEON BAY, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. •BATES^OF SUBSCRIPTION. One rear....... • ••/•••• $1.50 Six months ... . .TO Four months .bo Two months .« single copies ..v. .05 HT\" Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. ST, 1900. THE \"MILITARISM\" BUGABOO. : Candidate Bryan's \"militarism\" bngaboois .not a new device, nor is he the first person who Has endeavored to emplojr it for the purpose of ' sdarin# the German-Americans of Wisconsin into voting against a presidential candidate of . the Republican party. The Milwaukee Seebote (Copperhead) in its issue of September 14,1864, argued as follows against the re-election of Abraham Lincoln : \"Citizens, fathers- of families, you who with heavy hearts look upon your dear ones, from whom in a short-time'you will be dragged aWay, God...

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 — 27 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 27. 1900. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 27.1900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —This paper from now until the 1st of January, 1902, and all for the small sum of $1.50. : • •—George Mainz has had electric lights put jn his barn for the convenience of hi9 patrons. —Baamus Christiaiison has also withdrawn &om the Democratic ticket as a candidate for elerk of the circuit court, thereby leav. ing the field Wholly to Mr. Higgins. —This market appears to be well supplied - with coal', a caigo of five hundred tons hav- •\" ing been brought in to one concern last -week. The price is said to be $6 50 a ton. —The ladies of theM.E. church hfive rent, ed the empty store in the the opera house block and will serve a chicken-pie dinner and supper on election day, November 6th. '—Banker Nelson has a silver dollar which contains the full amount of metal at the present ratio of 48 cents to $1 in gol...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 October 1900

• ^ THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 27, 1900. . TUB AfltrLBT, BY NATHAN Ti. CIISEB. • - - - In aiwwt old casket of nandnl-wood , I lavs kept, this,many a year, A necklaco old of .bra is of sold, • \" And spheres of the amber clear— , , A gift, it is said, fr».m a Moslem's slave To a bravo old Christian knight, . . _ Who bore her away o'er the desert gray From the press of a hopeless flight. J3» she swoonod todoathhj a dried-tip well. Which thor reached as nigbt set in, \".-f The bpentooris slnve this necklace gave, j^8 a charm against sorrow and sin. Anl he rode away when her sad eyes closed, Leaving the sands to heap, \" With wave'on wave, o'er her nameless grave, In the terrible simoom's sweep. . . . I hardly Conld tell how it came to me, ' Through what. long descents it passed, Or whether tiio charm o'er koptfrom harm „ • The owner when sore^liarasscd Bat often 1 know, when my days grow dark. And woe and distress Beeni near, The casket I ope .with a strange, vague hope,' That is half-aki...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 October 1900

THE MaVQCAm .OCTOBER 27,1900, \\ - Jfarra' anir fiome. B* JOHN A. FBABEB. In brown holland apron she stood in the kitchen Hefsleeves were rolled ap and her cheeks all vv-.v \".\":-. .• . aglow • • Ber hair tots coiled neatly and I indiscreetly Stood watching whilo Nancy Was kneading the dough. ' Now, who ionld be neater or brighter or sweeter Or who ham a song so delightfully low, : Or who look so slender, so gracefully tender. As Nancy, sweet Nancy,, while kneading the . • dongh. ' . \"' How deftly she pressed it and squeezed and caressed it . .And twisted and turned it, now quick and now slow. Ah, m?, bat that madness I've paid for in sod- , nesfi! Twas my heart she was kneading as well as the dongh. At last, when she turned for her pan to the drefte- er, She saw me and bliishedatid said shyly, \"Please go. Or my bread'U be spoiling, in spite of my toil­ ing, If you - stand' here and watch while I'm knead- v ing the dongh,\" I begged for? permission to. stay. She'd not lis­ ten ...

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 — 27 October 1900

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 27, 1906. NEWS Of THIS COUNTY. • X shoot mg-mateli will \\)e held in the vil. \"•Sago Sund-iv. . •--. .'. ' . . '. ]• George 1'nige is putfihs u uew addition to his hopseiindremdliiig it -in ^y^^ys. The sehoonBrs? JosipvMiekleson, Emma •Neilsou, Lyditi ami wood during the week.. . •C. E. Amm.-of Waukesha, Wis., made a •speech Wednodav Evening on the beliefs' of the Democratic side. * - Mrs. Chas. Berger returned Saturday from Menominee, where she »peut a week »or more visiting her parent. The Good Templar's «re giving a dance .-at their hall this (Friday)\" evening. • Good • ssbusie .has -beeii\"8««iied. for - the occasion. The Misses Emma Buguall, Lizzie Hal- stead and Jennie Kingston attended, the teachers' meeting at Fisli Creek Saturday. Mrs-. John Bugnnll, Sam and Miss Eva, •were Sturgeon Bay visitors Sunday, Like- i/: srise the Misses. .4nnt LeClair and Emma 2jcmere. Mrs. Ida. Wendling, of Puleifer, Wis., svisited with Mr. ami .Mrs. Carl Dahlmann A f...

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 — 3 November 1900

( Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All care­ fully selected and set up »t home. MADISON : Historical Society We use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. •. $1.50 per year. VOL. 39-NO. 30. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, NOYEMBER 3, 1900. .50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. An Open Channel or No Fay. It is understood that the owners of tho Algomah assume the risk and responsibility of keeping open the channel in Green Bay during the coming winter. If she succeeds, the Ann Arbor company will pay well for , her services, but in case of failure no pay id , to be exacted. The Algomah is being fitted but with great care for the work. Sues for 820,000 Damages. Mrs. William C. Tyler of Marine City has begun suit against the Gilchrist Transporta­ tion-company, owner of the lost steamer John B. Lyon, to recover $20,000 for the death of her husband, who was one of the victims of the. steamer's sinking. In her declaration Mrs. Tyler alleges that the Lyon ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 November 1900

* i THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER. 3, 1900. T. -XHUE i.I«HTRt!liPGR'8 TGB. dv Loqm s. uruAM. '3%e lightkwpor old in as ragged and bold Aft the hfiadland he livfes on—a snrly sea-dog, -Stam, frowning and toagh-iwd Iris'voice ia as rough ' \" ..AM (be blast of a trumpet that speaks through a fog Bat the face of bis daughter is as whit® aa the water That's churned into foam on the jaws of the loot, ' -And the cry of her tongue—like a bird to its young\" mien the spoiler is nigh them—snrpaaseCh.be- • • V V : * , • ' * \" ' • ' * .'Htsr form is as lithe as a trim willow withe, (She roams the wild sands in wet.weathor and . dry), . And her step is as soft'as the moon's up aloft O'er the eitrer-bleaclied ribs of a mackerol-eky Jttat a donbt ever tips the half-smile of her lips. And a scared look encircles her brow, like a band, . And her eyes'shine beneath, lilce a sword from its sheath. When half-drawn in fear by a shuddering bund- ' . ' ii she will halt in her haste, as at fault, Patise and l...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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