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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 November 1900

. • - THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 17, 1900. THU MOTHERIiY WAY, BY JOSEPHINE POIXABD. \"Dame Durbin was never accounted • A beauty, not even wlien yonng. And yet in the highways and byways • Her praises have often been sung, . For she is a queen among women And oh, she has been in her day A blessing to old folks and young folia, Because of her motherly way. The boys that were sent of/to college.. That they might in knowledge abound, i Were fortunate fellowsif ever \\ A home .with Dame Durbin they found She comforted them in their sorrows And trials, however so sm^ll, \\ » And mothered them so that they really Forgot to be homesick at all. •That love that burns strong in her bosom, - •! Sabrightly illumines her face, ' , That babies will stretch their arms toward her, And nestle within her embrace - \" ' While poor little wayfaring creatures, : More ready to rule than obey,' Will turn-from their angry encounters. Subdued by her motherljjvwaj. An angel she is in affliction, . . / : With po...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 17, 1900. COLD WEATHER! ! Rubbers) Rubbers! BIG CUT in Rubbers at the store opposite £ \" the Union Hotel. Don't fail to get our prices. We also have a big line of Men's, Boys' and I Youth's CLOTHING! that we offer at the, biggest cut that Was ^ver E made in this city. We want co clean up before in- t ventory time. You will,be surprised at the price 3 we will make you. - | JOHN & WM. BASSFORD, I Successors to Smith & Bassford. - 3 33-2 -i 23-3 23-2 23-2 23-2 P3 1 U-. ro f . p* p3*2 H-2 t P3-= - ^3°. H 3-*j kg'21 J.V.2 '2 .Now: is the time when vricd and snn combine to put tan and freckles where hereto­ fore there has been a ' mixing of delicate pink sad \"white on \"my fair lady cheeks. \"Beaulicream\" is the finest prepara­ tion for freckles, sun­ burn and tan that has ever been devised It is perfectly harmless and -will not injure the most delicate skin. We .keep it. WAGENER, SAWYER - 2 ' 2 3 - 2 2 3 - 2 2 3 - : 23.3 23-2 23 2 23 2 23-2 23-2 23-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 November 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All care­ fully selected and set Up at home. IJABISOJT iHistorioal Society We use neither pa- teni hor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. VOL. 39-NO. STURGEON BAY. WIS., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1900. .50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Sank In the the Canal. The worst smash up that.ever occurred in the canal took place Tuesday evening when , one of the big Pankratz' scows, stone ladefi, ... crashed into some piling, stove a-hole in her bow and sank squarely across the channel,, putting a complete stop to further traffic in this waterway for the next three days. The Duncan City left port about 5 o'clock Tuesday everting with barge No 2, laden with 150 cords of stone, in tow arid bound to Whitehall, Mich. She reached the canal - about 6 o'clock and had got abreast of the lighthouse, where the tug Annie I)., coming Jin, was passed. At this point is an indenta­ tion in the revetment, or a slip to keep boats in, and whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 November 1900

T I I K A ! Y i C A T i : N O V E M B E R 2 4 . 1 9 0 0 . THIS VACANT CHAIR. ^. , i', ' ?3Bto»-*eirf.'»nSt'\"cl«He the- shutters yet: and, David. if thep will, : . ' • ,.-- 3ht» aoiQothincr I would say to thee, while all :' the house irstill: . • '!jaB»^iDowa 'tis easier to talk, in this calm, • - , quiet light. ' '.-\" ,. £ '«rai»gs that in our busy days we hide away £rotnsight. . -. ,. • .'Mail koine is wondrous Sweet to me, this simple homo of ours, Ma \"»»I1 I know it is to thee, in »U these twi- ' light hows SJBtwncethe ehatlow on it fell, iloea it appear ,: '.: to theo . :3Bhor «re wore sacred than of old? for so it seems to me. • . 'JfcBtDnvid, since beside onr. board has.stood : Bath's vacant chair, Jsieniryet have clasped my hands and bowed : my head in prayer , Jht I have felt the yearning strong to see the vanished face, Jbd scarce. I fear, with thaukfuUnesj, have joined the silent grace. '•\"SFfene often, at (he evening meal, with all our children round. ajs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 November 1900

TRiv A DVOCAI K, NOVEMBER 24, HWKi.' THl! MOTHEtt lH-LAAV. BY CSABLES FOIXEM ADAMS. Dhere vas many qveer dings in dia land off der ?\\ free ' . Inefferconldqvite understand - - . per Beoples dhea all seem so deefrent to me AH dhose in mine own faderland. . Dhey sets blendy droublee, nnd indo mishaps Mitondt-der least pit off a cause Und, vould yon pelief id? dhose mean Yangee Dhey fights midt dheir moder-in-lawsl. 8hust dinl off a vhjte man so vicked as dot I Thy not gife der oidt lady a show? Who vis it gets onp, ven der nighd id v&s hot. Hit mine baby, I shust like to know? - TJrid dhen in der vinter. Then Katrine vas Bick, Und der mornings vas shnowy nnd raw, . Who made righdt avay oup dot fire so qvickl Yhy, dot vas mine moder-in-law. . • Id vas von off dhose yoman's righdts' vellers I '. b&en • . '• ^ Dhere vas noding dot's mean abondt me Then derjoldt^lady vishes to run dot masheen. Thy. I shust let her run id, you see Und vhen dot. shly Xawcob was cutting some 'dricks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 24. 1900. THE ADVOCATE. BW«r«i in the Po*trtfflc« at Sturgum Bay, W. fec)fi(i^da49 tnaU fnafM. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY iT STPK- , \"' GEOS BAY, WIS. ' , PRAUK JiONQ, Editor and: Proprietor.. BATES^OF 8UBSCMTTION. t».5U One year.. ............. . Six months .. . — .... Four months • Two months .. . ................ .... ....... Single copies ..i. • • •Â»Â« Two doling will he charged if not p«ud within the year, • ' . .... STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, NOV. 24. 1900. Do not envy the rich! Miss Helleii Gould receives as high .as 1,300 requests for money m a single week, and the aggregate amount asked for is $1,500,000. This is besides a request for old clothes, etc. One of the applicants desires the wherewith to provide a regitnent of soldiers with air pillows. Ail- other wants a beggarly million dollars to organize a colony in the'island of Cuba, and © on to the end of the weary chapter: 1 Hold-ups and robbery have become so numerous and the operators so bold i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 November 1900

TTir. ADVOCATK NOVKMKKU 24. 1SNXI. — \" gyi Chic Advocate. dinance affecting all tends of circuses, shows, theaters, fakirs, etc., that may visit the town hereafter, should also compel tran- . , . 1(lrn i sient book agents to take outa license. Oar IDIiGEON BAV. 8ATITBDAT. NOV. 24, I9C0.1 pl0 Qre almost beyond endur- • . ' 71 ance by these canvassers from time to time. R AT\\nr LONG Editor and Proprietor! and. anything that will shut them off will ' • • • \\ I undoubtedly be hailed with pleasure. AMONG THE WEST SIDEH8. Wm, Sohauer continues to be confined to •his home by-illness. ... . Henry Erdmann now occupies his new tailoring shop at the south approach to the bridge. L,\" ,i,.v tiii' 1 Anil 1VTDUPUT | says that the amount at that time was $10,- Business for the first three or four days of NEWS Up LOuAL Ii\\ I litSBIO1. 320, sufficient to pay all outstanding, claims the present week was pretty da!l, largely V c and leave a balance to carry .the corporation due to the damp and che...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 24, 1900. TOWARD GAUILGE. BY ETHEL LYNX. When'from the shadow of the tomb The newly-risen Saviour came,, Disciples.'thronging, pressed him close, / Half doubting. if he were the same Good Master thoy had dearly loved, And chosen their best Friend to be. Till turning back, he Raid \"X BO . Before you into Galilee.'^ They bowed their heads, each held iiis peace, Till the beloved form had fled, . They looked above the olive groves. Along the patli they miicht not tread,', AntLwhispered. awe-struck. ''Verily ' It is the Lord, who fain would seek His home alone in Qalilee.\" Was there, spite of his mystic-stay Beyond the world, remembrance still Of Nazareth and boyish'haunts',- V- . 'Whilst subjec&^o his ifatlier's will? Was there some tender thought of home And child's estate by Mary's knee 1 - . While bidding his.disciples .wait, He went before to GalileeT • : !. Cared he to sea the humble walls . That sheltered once his boyish liead, ' The place where Joseph...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 November 1900

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 24, 1900. THE BIGHT SOBTOF tiltit. The lass who goes to college, yet who knows jnst what to do With vegetable marrows and with .cocky-locky too, • . . . Who can muse on the digamina. or nn ephelkn- stikon, ... . ' Yet never be unmindful that the porridge pot • / i s o n : • . . • • • ' The girl who's up in paddings and in, pies and . politics, Who can compound a gravy, or Qonfound church heretics, / Talk right feelingly of Hegel, or knowingly of . Kant, • And yet be with her cookery book as deeply conversant The maiden who can charm yon with Bach or Mendelssohn, • Knows when the moon's in apogee, can quote Anacreon, And yet can boil potatoes, knows when a tur- '• nip's done, \\r Can ihould the restful doughnut and the fes­ tive currant bun ,. - And the matheinatio maiden who can criticise Laplace, . r* ' ./\"\" • Or whose chemical dexterity can analyzed gas. Who can also sew a button where^fr button ought to bo, '/* And, if needful, wield the^duster and the -...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 November 1900

**.• . •••• TIIK ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 24, 19UH. ^»?mmttmrommmTnnmmmmnmirmwfmnnrmnnT»mjiTrrrrfT*m.rmrTfmrm» T LOOK HERE! The very best, things for your money. i5 lbs. Fine Granulated Sugar for , 4 lbs. Fine Roasted Coffee for.......,j*. 14 lb. can Wm H. Baker's Cocoa for............. J^-lb. cake Coocolate for........ ...v. -is.,y.i 1 dozen cans of Corn for.,v. 1 dozen cans of Tomatoes for 1 dozen cans of Peas for.,....- s.... • ......... Very Best Soda Craokers, per lb., by tbe&aae,. 10 bars of Laundry Soap for \"! .*.... » gallons of D. White Oil for. . i.-..... 5 gallons.of the Very Bost Oil for , 12 lbs. of Good Rice for . 1 gallon Golden Drip Syrup for.... ......, ..,... 1 gallon \"N. O. Mollasses for.... .. $1.00 . 49c . 25c .. 15o • 99c • • 1.20 \"M9 .-25« . 55c • 69c • 50c v 25c V. 49c I JOHN & WM.-BASSFORD, j • Successors to Smith & Bassford. • m-2 -i 2 3-2 23-2 23~2 23-2 £ • : V23\"2 t23*2 • : 2 • • 23-2 I23-2 '23'2 23-2 f 23-2 ) ?3\"2 ) 23-2 Now is the time ...

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

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive'And entertaining. AU care­ fully selected and set up at home. ADISON ,torical Society ' use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. '$14$ per year. . VOL. 39-NO. 34. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1900 *1.50 A YEAR / -V: - \"! LAKE MARINE NEWS. Hurt at the Shipyard. Capt. Niels Nelson, one of the carpenters at the (Shipyard was badly injured Saturday morning while assisting in unloading the steambarge Hilton. - Among the cargo of .the craft was some oak timbers 8x8 and 30 feet long, and these were shoved over the rail onto the dock: Capt. Neilson in trying to get out the way ' stumbled and one of these heavy timbers fell on his left leg just above the ankle, striking on edge and nearly cuttipg the limb off, there being but one artery left, and the bones were shoved out through the flesh. As soon as possible the unfortunate man ' was picked up and conveyed to Dr. Sibree's office, who pronounced, the injury a com­ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 December 1900

£&.''• -k: ' » * - i THE ADVOCATE, V ' ' ' r - - ' - M - I s • 1 I WOVLU NOT IMB -\\.Vv JZteonld not die in merry spring, KT^en every thing is tjright ftnl fair— Wben little biriis begin to eihg, • i t h e y g a y l y § o n r u p o n t h e . w i n g , ? And frngrnnt flowers perfume the nit, • JKwonld not die •when summer's sun ' Brings ripened fruits and patnted flowers- When little lambkins skip and play. And the busy bee the livelong day - afceks honey 'mid the summer bowel's. When autumn comes with radiant skies, And leaves of silver and of gold— t Tfhen waving com and yellow grain Sot the seaside and the plain. • •-.-••' , i Oh say not then my days are told. I.would not die 'mid winter's blasts, Its chilly rain, it s fleecy snow, ' When merrily chimes the Christmas bells, Over the mountains and through the dells. And through the pleasant valleys below. J%ould not die in merry spring— In summer, winter, or ^oldeh fall I. Why should we die when hearts are light— men hopes a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 December 1900

\\ ' •* •/ TTTE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 1, 1000. liKUBliFUOi. B BB ffiW NOr i Br HB8. B. A. COMEBa I wanter fell a circumstance I witnessed: t'oth- .'-'. er night. • *• • •What shows yon can't iiist always tell a tender­ foot by sight . It happened down at Sandy.Flat and were cur- • ' ions, I swar. And learnt the' boys ter hev respect fer the missionary tharj . . He's a rayther slim young feller whit never hollers load,— . | The boys hev al'ays gone-ter church ter sorter 1 swell the crowd: This' time we 'lowed we'd all stay oat behind an' hev Bome fun, • -• V'.- '• . And git two dogs a-flghtin' when tfee services begnn! . Vfe takes my bulldog Jack, and Ike's, as he calls I)ang'roas Dick,— A, pair o' reg'lar fighters from the head uv lloarin' Creek * / ' ' , An' we leads 'em out behind the church an' lets 'em tear an' fight, , - r : An'watches fer the worshipers ter come an' * seethesightl Them dogs begun ter claw an' chaw an' growl an'howl an'yelp. An' wo heored the congregation startin...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 December 1900

' K KS : J THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER !, 1900. THE Advocate.|C0|™TVB(,A^I!.™,®KDIN'(iS .•'•Bti&t 6 '&* aitStargeim Bay, Wfci '& ' ' /»*wd-cio» moii matin. PUBLISHED EVKIIV SATUBBAY ATBTCB. GEON BAY, Wia FRANK LONG. Editor and Proprietor. KATE8.*OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year 8ix months.... Four months . Two months Sing\" •' JW linglecopies .... ......... .w BT* Two dollars will be oh^rtred if not paid thin the year. .. STURGEON BAT, 8AT0RDA*. DfcC. 1.1900. coMrn.sn i»V j amkp b. hai.stead. i Congress meets next Monday noon, whn President McKinloy will deliver his fourth annual message. The new battleship Kentucky Will be'disu. patched to. the Mediterranean to enfore the payment by the sultan of Turkey of $100,- ' 000 due for outrages and losses'inflicted on American residents of the \"^empire The Sick Man of the East is to all appears ncesa hard proposition, who don't propose to pay a bill until he is forced to. After several weeka of pain and suffering Senator Cuslnnan K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 December 1900

TITK, AT!VOCAT^ DECEMBER 1, 1900. THE 6TCBGEON BAI. BATCBDAY. DEO. 1, IKO. jpftASK LONG, Editoi and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. '—The University Club will meet at the residence o£ Mrs. StileS on Monday evening. _—Scandinavion siervices in the Moravian church Sunday morning. ' Services in Shiloh at 2:45 p., m. Monday,1 Bervices in Whitei fish Bay. 1 • • : . ':- —Fred Nelson's horse became frightened • while tied in front of • Emanual Larson's . . place Sunday afternoon and running away demolished the rig. - —Largo'quantities of wood is coming into ' town since the roads have become passable •once more. But prices are away up, malt­ ing the fuel very expensive. —The boiler in M. E. Lawrence's meat market gave out one day this week and he was m'nua motive power until repairs, could be made The flues burned Out. —The local markets were well' stocked with turkeys and other poultry and but few homes there were on Thanksgiving day whose tables w...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 December 1900

TJTE ADYOCAJK Wllul.v.\\v \\.I.V AS I'OH'S FOCill ! I -, HUNDRED. Hillf an inch, half an inch, HMf att inch onward. Oht what a stride they made. New York's four hundred, Not theirs to raise the oaah. Theirs but to cut a dash, :\"s They in their robes arrayed,' . Lordly four hundred. //\"// : ,\"Let us demand the fair. We with the foreign air,'// We with the swallow-tails. We the four hundred, .-i, /•' • What Could the nation do But for the chosen few? We've seen the Prince of Wales— We're the four hundred.\" \\ Dndelota to right of them, Dudelets to left- of them, V Dudelets in front of them, / All weakly thundered: /// \"Here they must hold the show If they want us to go. We're English, don't you know. We're »he four hundred.\" - Then did Chicago fade Prom the bold start she made : Was she at all dismayed? . .' v 4lobody wondered. / For the. world knew she'd'won In the good work begun, ^./ ' _. And that She'd sat upon 1 ' ' . New York's four hundred. * OFrom Century Magazine ) • T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 December 1900

THE DE^ ifltnc. TBBBAV SEED. . ' BY JAMES O. HEWIilK. , ... I once was a tool of oppression . And green as a sucker could be And monopolies banded together * ' • • To beat a poor hayseed like me. The railroads and the old party bosses, Together did sweetly agree And they thought there would be little 'trouble' . 7'\"' • ' v\\ In working a hayseed like me. They told me that politics always. Were filthy and foul don't y.ou see, And raising my cabbage and turnips 1 Would be better for a hayseed like me. : And at every election they'd feed me With taffy as sweet as could be, And after they'd elected their ticket • They forgot a poor hayseed like me. They sol 1 themselves out to the banker,' And thoughfcit would be a fine spree ' j To fire all the greenbacks and silver, And rob a poor hayseed like me. They went into leagues with the devil For the sike of a high license fee .. But never a cent of the profit Hascome to a hayBeed like me. But now I've roused up a little And their greed and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 December 1900

p3,' ew , f&i 1:^'- THt! ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 1,1900 smrwrnrrmrrnvrimiT »fmr »mm ntnw.tmw *nmt, .M*f»»»»inir»«»|mrrtiinrr« thin if s vour The very la lbs. Pine Granulated Sugar for... 4 lbs. Pine Roasted Coffee for *4 lb. can Wm.H. Baker's -Cocoa for ....... J^-Ib. cake Coocolate for ... t 1 dozen cans of Corn for... —.. ......^....... .. 1 dozen cans of Tomatoes for. 1 dozen cans of Peas for ....... Very Best Soda Crackers, per lb. b.v the case',: . 10 bare of Laundry Soap for . 5 gallons of D. White Oil for V • V.. 5 gallons pf the Very Best Oil for.. . i.... 12 lbs. of Good Bice fori.». .y.,. . .V. . .yi y .. . 1 gallon Golden Driji Syrup for.,.. .. . .... 1 gallon N. O. Mollasses for ... .........' .• •$t.oo . 490 5256 •V 15° . 99c 1.20 j 1.19 •6^0 : 25c . 55/ 69° : 50$ • 25o i 49c JOHN & WM. BASSFORD, j g Successor^ to Smith & Bassford. * f Sminiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiuiiniiiiiiiiitiiinii *3-2 23-2 23-3 23-2 23...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 December 1900

__7t Our stories are com- ' plete, instructive and . \\' entertaining, - All care­ fully selected and set up at home. v Mftorioal Society ./[J We use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. VOL. 39--NO. 35. STURGEON BAY, WIS.', SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 190# $1,50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Congressman Minor at Work. Representative Minor has- placed before 'the.committee .on rivers and harbors rec­ ommendations in behalf of projects in the Eighth district. Appropriations are asked for the improvement of the Green Bay har­ bor and for deepening the Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan ship canal. The sain of $19,000 is asked for completing the har­ bor project at, Algoma and also.funds-for improvements at Kewaunee, Have Tliey Given it Up ? Menominee reports state that Commercial Agent C. W, Peake doubts whether the Ann Arbor railway people will make any further attempt to maintain winter service across Green bay .with their carferries. The experience last .wi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 December 1900

J&. THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 8, liiOO. \"SV AT '1* %SX ' BS J. «• WMITTIER. • •' r \"Wfcett on my divy of lite the night is,falling And. in the winds from tmsnnned spaces : blown, . :31»o«r far voices out of darkness calling My feet to paths unknown, ' * 75SMa who hast made my home of life so pleas- : Xe&ve not its tenant when its walls decay 1 -A love divine. O Helper ever present, Betboa my strength and stayl ...iTSe nearmo when all else from meis drifting— JKarth, sky, tome's pictures, days oCshade and\" shine— : .4 Jtnii kind faces to toy own uplifting The love which anBwers initio. ?: 3tli»vehut Thep.O Father! Let thy spirit • . Be with me then to comfort and Uphold: , :'So gate of pearl, no.branch of palm I merit. Ho rtrset of Shining gold. -\"-Suffice it if—my good ill and nnreckoned. • -feAad be forgiven through • thy abounding grace— J i find myself by hands familiar beckoned Unto my fitting place 3ome humble door among thy many man­ sions. _ - Some sheltering sh...

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