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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 December 1900

1 THE ADV^GATfe DECEMBER8,1900 J • \" THE lilT t'i,15 TOWN O' TAILHOI.V. ' BV JAMES WHITCOMBE BILEY. Yon kin boast about yer cities. and their stid- dy growth and size. And brag about yer country seats, and bnsi- - ness enterprise, . And railroads, and factories, and all such fool- • ery— But the: little Town o'Tailholt is big enough . ferme! Yon can harp about yer churches, with their steeples in the clouds. And gas about yer graded streets, and blow about yer crowds You kin talk about yer theaters, and all you've got to see But the little Town of Tailholt is wide enough . , ferme! • v' : They haint no style in our town—hit's little­ like and small— They haint no churches, nuther—jes' the meet- in\" house is all . They's no sidewalks, to spebk of—but the high­ ways alius free. . And the little Ton n o' Tailholt is wide enough • ferme I '/. Some find it discommodin'-like, I'm willm' to • admit, •\"••''•J\" To her bat one postofflceand a womern keep- in' hit, And the drugstore and ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 8 .HIOO. THE ADVOCATE. in ttt* ftiitqfftct atxturgeon Hay,Wl*,\\ at . ieemnt-da** naU .matin. . PUBLISHED EVF.HV SATURDAY AT STUIi- , tEON£BAY, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. f RATES\"OF SUBSCBIl'TION. One year .... '• •, •••• .•'•59 Kii months........ .......: —v i .p Four months sag Two months : -.as , Single copies . ..i. \" .03 i 13^ Two dollars -will he charged if not paid .. within the year., -'^v Offloera Elected. KOYAt. AttCANtSM. AutumW Council No. 1200. Royal Arca­ num, pltcted ita. officers' for the ensuing term within the week, and here is the list: Regent, Capt. John McDonald vice regent J. A. Bernard orntor S. T. McCumby secretary, Jacob Delios - collector, L. P. Nebel treasurer, A Kalrobach chaplain, Richard Maples guide, Wm. Paape war­ den, Chris. Propsom sentry!, Jos. Veeser trustee for three years, Jacob Arnold representative to the grand council, L..P. Nebel alternate, Jacob Dehos. ' SJTOROEON BAY SATURDAY, DEO. 8, 1000. AMONG TH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 December 1900

^21 TITE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 8. T900. THE AS^OCATB. STUBGEQN BAY. rfATtTBDAY. DEC. 8, 19C0. FRANK. LONG, Editor and -Proprietor. NEWS OF LOC'iL INTEKEST. —\"yriUife Gigot has dissolved jiartnerelrip with David Houle in the saloon \"business. —There. being no quorum present Tues- day eveniDg the city. council adjourned for .' ne week-.' • ' ' . —TbeK.P. lodge is making preparations to have a banquet and ball on the. night of February 22d, —The W. C. T. U. meets with Mrs. .John H. Thftiu next Tuesday p. m. at 2 o'clock Allladies are cordially. invited. —Thefollowing is the advertised letter list: Miss Pauiine Berg (2), George E. Len­ nox (Str/Alice I.GiU), John'-Weaver. . ..—Theladies1 aid society of the Congre'ga- tional phurcli will give their iiiinuid chicken • pie supper in the church parlors on Thurs­ day, Dec. 13th. Supper, from 5 to 8. . \\ —The Omega Hive No.' 38, Lady Macca­ bees, -will hold their election of officers next Thursday eveniiig, 'on'\"Which occassional! membeis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 December 1900

. V V THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 8.1900. FIRST TIME AT CtMJKtlH. i.Jffist three years old! and without a thought •, of all the rites and creeds Jnst three years old 1 and unconscious quite of :. the soul's unbounded needs Content it should draw what life it may from the food on which it feeds. Just three years old I and brought to church to sit in the narrow'pew And wonder at all the mysteries that rise be­ fore her view— The noiseless movement down the aisle the crowd and the faces new. The organ that peals out magic strains, though hidden from the sight : The arohes and windows of pictured glass that tow'r to such a height The eagle that bears ther Bible up the choir in / their robes of white. To wonder and watch with childish awe that is more than mere surprise, •' Thit seems to catch in the tones of earth some echo of the skies And reflects itself in, the tender face, in the solemn, wide gray eyes. - Oat of whose cloudless, dewy-depths glimmers the earliest ray Of the awak'ning lov...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 December 1900

mm THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 8, 1900. Jfarm ants Pome. BY OOBIE DXVWI Yea, he hM gone from out thine arms of \"clay. Bat ever through life's glooms are armB divine From worlds unseen, as loving as thine Outstretched to fold him all the untried way. fie goes not forth alone.., Before him bound Fair hopes forever singing of the sweet. Unknown beyond their shining, swift-shod • feet iieading to heights Bublime where toil is • crowned. Him sorrow follows, laying hands upon ' His soul, to mold, refine, with God-like skill. And chisel out a man who will fulfill Life's tasks, and worthy be his souVs \"well done.\"\" .-\"'.'V An! love, will soothe with ministrations sweet When sorrow wounds. She'll shrine him night and day In prayer, and where his day-star leads the • way £.: ? • Blie'll.clear the stony path beneath his feet. And memory^ who marks with flowers tear-wet \". The dearest tales through life's great book, has placed, • Today, where father, mother, home are traced Upon the page, a ...

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

THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 8, 190B. HOLIDAY PRICES. In order to complete oiir annual sales lor 1900, we offer these sweeping prices in all lines: . - - Doll Hwuls at 5c to 25c.. Dolls at So to 75c. , Albums at 25c.' 40c, 69c, 75c, $1.00, $1.2, Sl-to and'$2.00. Story Books for Children at. 3i •'•19c, 50c, '5Q 7oe, 85c, iXto and $1.00* 10J, 15C, 26a, '30a, 3.)C, 40c, . | Children's Sots nt oe, 10c. 12o, 15c, 20cnnd -pc, , t* n' - , : Christmas Tre» Orunments at lc, 2c, 3c, 4c, 5c, 6c, 7p and,10c. Photo Boxos at 25c, 40_\\ ofc, 60c, 75c, 90c and $1.00._, Children's Tovs at 5c, 6c, 3c, 10c, l'2c, 15c, 2 o and 35c. We also call your attention to our China and Lamp as­ sortment: Sets at 10c, 15c, iS)c, 23c, 33c, 40c, 49c, Sic, 69c, 89c, SI.00 ^ fitwV&L ' ' / • Z Vfcertyat49*69* 98c, $1.19. • . - 3 Lisxaus sj 35& sue,' 69c.^9c, f 1.00,1.2a, $lo, *2.00, §2.o0, *2#, S3 00, - S&M, SS.^a$4 00 and $4.49. .. . - 5 RSgS^l-W, $1.25, *1.50, 81 8», $2.?5, $3^. i Larson will iu all probab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 December 1900

% \\ , :'f use neither pa teiaf nttr • pi(&te matter. That's why we excels $1.50 per year. Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining* Ail care? fully sefectcsd and set up at home. VOL. 39--NO. 36. STURGEON BAY, AVIS., SATURDAY, DEOKMBER !.% 1900. $1,50 A YEAH LAKE MARINE NEWS. Steamer Mary Mills Bnrned. The steambarge Mary Mills, Capt. John Bolton, was completely destroyed by fire at an early hour Wednesday morning, Mid now lies a charred and blackened hulk at the bottom of this bay.' The Mills had gone up to Circle Ridge, at the head of the bay, for the purpose of tak­ ing on a cargo of some sixty tons of hay that John Berg was to ship to Menominee, and in order to get an early start loading the next morning had got the steami r : placed at the dock the evening previous. All the crew had turned in, when along, about 3 o'clock fire was discovered in the engine room. Those whose sleeping apart­ ments were aft barely had time to escape, as the flames spread rapid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 December 1900

v THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 15, 1900. BY JOHN 8. C. ABBOTT. J two months.\" \"You have made such good use of that habitation,\" Francis happily re­ plied, \"ih »t it should be agreeable to you.\"\"' 'o . England wishing to strike Napoleon in the back, had beguiled .Austria into this coalition. Francis, exasperated by •disaster, opened the interview by say­ ing:. : * \"The English are a nation of shop­ keepers. To secure for themselves the commerce of the world they are willing to set the continent in flames. I hate them.\" While in this frame of mind a treaty of peace was easily formed, known in history as the Treaty of Presburg. Scarcely had the French army, by easy marches, returned to Paris, when the British government formed a new coalition, in- the autumn of 1800, with Russia- and Prussia, against France. This led to the world-renowned cam­ paigns: of Jena, Auerstadt and Eyl'au. Austria had been recently • so severely humiliated that she did rio^ venture to join the coalition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 December 1900

s TITE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 15. IflOO. THE ORPHAN'S CHRISM AS THEE. : O n e C h r i s t m a s n i g h t , a n o r p h a n c h i l d ' , Walked tfembling through the Know : V With sighs he marked the hurrying guests Pass gayly to and fro. With Sighs he marked the many lights Outshining far and nigh The night was dork, and over all There arched a starless sky. .- • Me heard the sound of dancing feet— He heard the music's strain fie saw the shadows flitting by . On many a window-pane: ' • And presently the tapers beamed FfOm many a Christmas tree— \"I wish,\" the child in anguish cried, \"A bough was dressed former . So' passed he nJ and down the street • Till guests began to part: Poor boy I Each kindly ^ord they spoke Breathed sorrow to his heart. Each echo of their festal niirth . Called forth his tears like rain. • •- \"111 go.\" said he, \"to yonder wood, And pray to God again. '• \\^ He stretched his form upon the snow - . Tlie snow so soft and white— ..- . . And scarcely were his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 December 1900

w, THE ABVO04t1$, DECEMBER 15,.1900 Thk Advocate. JfiHtrtd in /Jit l\\»ii\\fftce at&lu fgeoti /iasi,'WU..rt c'rord~rl!t*x vwii mnttr?. PUBLISHED EVE11Y SATURDAY AT STUB-. GEONiJBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BAXK&OF STjBSCKlPTIOS. One year #'.so Bix months....... .7r Fpur months .. . .50 Two months Single copies - .... •* • Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, 8ATCRDAT. DEO. IB\". 1000. A FLEA FOR A KEW SCllOOLHOCSE. To Hit Kditor of The Advocate: • The time has come when all that are inter­ ested in theiprogreHS of our city should realize that our .school facilities are not- at all what they should be that The old structure in the 2nd ward has served itspurpose, and that a more commodious and modem building should replace what has now become little more than a jeiio, The indictments against its further use as a school building are numerous: J. It is pCorly lighted. The addition put on a few years ago shuts off a good portion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 December 1900

THE APTaCAm.D^GEMBF^^rv,, 1900. BT0BGEOS BA3C. BA-TDBDAT. DEC. IS, 19CO. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Christmas only one week from' next Tuesday. , —The K. P. lodge will hold a special : meeting on Monday night Deo, 17th. There ' will not be any meeting on-Wednesday the 19th. —Dr. H. C. Sibree was the successful bidder for the position of county physician and will therefore act in that capacity the ensuing year. • —Ed. Kraft has raised the frame of his • new residence and James Hantahan end Joel Carrington have completed the founda- : tions.of .theirs.\" •—House-room is so scarce in this city that • buildings are spoken for as soon as there is a hint that the occupant is about to change his habitation. —The dissolution notice of Lirapert & Anschutz published last week was some, .what mixed as will be seen by comparison . with that now published. •. ' *, —Jens Winjum has purchased from 0. Leonhardt two lots,\" one of which was the site of the barn r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 December 1900

' 1 . THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 15, 1900. • ^ CHRISTMAS. • . /V . BT KVOESK F1BU. &y little ciiitd comes to ray knee V .And\" turning pleads that he may climb . ' Into my lftp to hear me tell The Christmas tale he loves so well—'. A tale my mother told to me, | Beginning \"Once upon a time.\" g It is a tale of skies that rang _ • With angel rhapsodies sublime • Of that great host, serene and white, i \" The shepherds saw one winter night— And of the glorious Stars that sang An anthem once upon a time. This story of the hallowed years - Tells of the sacrifice sublime . Of one who prayed alone and wept While his awearied followers slept— And how his blood and Mary's tears Commingled, once upon a time. ' And now my darling at my side — And echoes of the distant chime Bring that sweet stpry back to rne-^\" 1 . Of Bethlehem and Calvary. . And of the gentle Christ that died ' : For sinners, once upon a time. ' The mighty deeds that men have told In ponderous tones or fluent rhyme,. , Lik...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 15,1990. ABOUND THE CHRISTMAS FIRE. BY LOUISE TJPIIAM. Come. Ronald, pile the dark boughs higher, CForflgoStl.'old-fashioned ChriBtmaa fire: . Jteions and daughters are home tonight— I can Watch them best by a cheerful light With the littlo heads. in a shining row, Make my pulseS thrill and my old heart glow. Do yon mind, when yiotfand I were young. Bow the wild-rose blushed and the ro}in sung? Bat no roses, in wealth of bloom.compare With cheeks, when the dimples areshining there ^ \" And the dreamy South-land hath ne'er a song Aa sweet as the tones that to youth belong. Ah I blest are the days, and the years are ' • sweet, . That echo the tread of children's f eet And dreary and long are the years that miss Their morning smile and their good-night kiss But, Ronald, the twain are never alone, Whose hearts the bliss of loving have known I We have seen the dear old house decay. Its gables turn brown, its sills wear away: And the ivy, once arrows, or scarce as t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 December 1900

Special Offerings.- Men's Overcoats at $15,00 Men's Ulsters..,. $ 8*98' 150 Men's and Boys' Suits to close for the Holidays at Half Price: : %.00 Suits for 82.60 86.00 Suits tor.\\ :.... '.$&C0 ? V $7.00 Suits for.^50 $8 00Suits for........ ....$4.00 (!*9.00 Suits tor........... ,84.50 , 11.00 Suits for. J !.f5.00 11.00 Suits for 85.50 12,00 Suits for $6 00 ' Neckwear +$• % Wa have a nice line of Men's Neckwear such asSoarfo at)25o, 3,\"c, • 45u, 50o, 60c, 70c, 75c and 8oc. Bow Ties at 10c, 15c 206,25o,30c, 3oo • and50c. We are also well supplied in all lines of Handkerchiefs for : 2u, 3c, 4c, 56,6c, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c, 12c, loo, 20c, 25o and 35o» • ™ To Arrive in Time .for X-inas--A nice line of Purs Muffs, and Scarfs. Smith- »|ipitllllllUllllllllUlIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlblllllllllll»lllllllllllUllllllllllllllllUllllllll lowest Cash Prices Guaranteed. NEWS OF THE COUNTY. tt 3 Cu for the Holidays. Candies and Nuts Special Low Prices for Christmas. # gal. good Syrup for.,. .$1.00 JO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 December 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. AM care­ fully selected and set up at home. ' * i • , • * I 'stonoai Sooietj j ^ We use neither pa- 'l\" ^ • tent nor plate matter. That's why we j excel. $1.50 per year. VOL. 39--NO. 37. STUJfcGrEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1900. .50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Think He Oeserves a Medal. Captain Fred. Johnson of the big steel tug Fischer, owned by the Lake Michigan Carferry Transportation company, arrived at his home in Racine last week, having laid the tug up for the season. Capt. Johnson tells of his experience in the great storm of Nov. 13, on Lake Erie. His tug had car- ferries No. 3 and 4 in row, loaded with pulp wood. The storm came up suddenly and the wind reached a velooity of 78 miles an hour, accompanied by snow. He hung on to the barges as long as possible, but they, broke loose and the crews proceeded to throw the cargoes overboard, but.the boats commenced filling with water. The tug was almost swamped se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 December 1900

ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 22. 1HUII. IJITTIJK JOKXTS' CHRISMUH. : • BY JAMBS WHITCOMBE RILEV^ ' ^ We got up a purpose, Jos' fer little Johnts. you • know: •••.., • Hm mother was BO poro anil all, and had to manage so— Jtf lx-in' a war-widder, and ber pension mighty slim, , 3heM take in xveavin' er work out, er anything fer him. - Jtad little .Johnts was puny-like—but law! the nerve he had!— - Tan'd watat to kind o- pity Slim, but couldn't, . very bad— • Hi» pants o' army-blankot and his coat o' faded blue •• j. Hep' hintin' of his father life, anil pity wouldn't do! •. ••• • S.SbTfe collogued together, one't, one winter­ time, 'at we— Jes' me and mother ami the girls, :and Wilae, John\" Jack and Free— - r - Would jirie and git'up little Johnts, by time 'at Chrisriius come, • iSSwnesorto' doin's, don't, you know, 'at would su'prise liim some! so, all on the quiet,1 mother she turns in ' / (fits • . - Some blue-janes—cuts and makes a suit and then sits down and knits A pair o' little gallu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 22, 1000, CHRISTMAS OX THE \"POLLY.\" It was the good ship ,4Polly,\" find 8h^ sailed \" • the wintry sua, v For ships must sail tho' the fierce gale, anil a precious freight had she •T was the captain's little daughter stood te­ niae hvr father's chair. And illumed tne dingy cabin with the sunshine of her hair. With a yvheave-ho, and a yo-heave-ho For ship* must sail\" v 7 . , Tho1 fierce the Kale ' And loud the tempests blow. \" j' i ' , The/Captain's fingers rested on the pretty, curly head, romorrow will be Christmas day,\" the little maiden said: . .' - 'Do you suppose that Santa- Olam \"will find us on the sea, § i f I- And make beli.- ve the :itoveipipe is a chimney —j'tist for me?\" * loud laughed the jovial captain, and \"By my faith,\" h$ cried, \"If he should come ^e'll let him know he lias a friendinsidt.. .. .... And many a rugged sailor cast a loving\" glance that night V At the stovo-pipe where aMcmely little stock- • ing fluttered white. With...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE.. DECEMBER 22, 1900. MUemt in the Postufflce at sturgron Bays Ifl#., at second^ldsii mail mattn. PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY AT 8TUR • • GEON^BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. ' JtA.TE8.tOF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ..•••• •••• -•• • Si months.... • ronr,months —. :..... Two months Single copies ..... , • Two dollars will he chBTgrod if not paid within the year. : *1.50 •7S .50 STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. DEC. 22,1900. The sum of $50,000,000 has been set aside liy congress for the construction of five additional first tlass battle ships and several armored cruisers. It is also quite probable that the regular army will be in­ creased to 75,000 men in accordance with the recommendation of Gen. Miles. S. M. Stephenson, the Menominee\" lum­ berman, is going to make a business of fanning from all appearances. He lias just purchased from the K. C. Co: their farm up river for which $45,000 was paid. There are 4,500 aGres, and some great changes and additions are contemplate...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 22. 1900. THE ADVOCATE. 8TUEOEON BAY* SATUBDAY, .DEC, 22.19C0. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST: —The following are tlie advertised letters: Cap. W. D. Ackrill (Bruce), Miss Gustie Bass, Anton Sohlice (Butcher). —-Taxes are coming in at a satisfactory fate-, although the role has only been in the hands of the collector a short while. —Tuesday morning was so dark that the city schools were dismissed after vainly try­ ing to do the work allotted to the several —The reader will find some capital stories and seasonable .articles on .Christmafitide published on the inside pages of this issue of The Advocate. \" A —It is reported that the insurance com­ pany will rebuild the house until recently occupied by Mrs. Dunn and her son John instead of paying the loss. •—The ringing of the city bell at morn­ ing, noon and evening will be discontinued from this on and will only ring at 9 o'clock at night as per order of the mayor. —The first insta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 December 1900

-\"./ • THE ADVOCATE^ ^DECEMBER. 2'i, 1900., J AX IK'S CHRISTMAS PRAYKR. . OT RIXV DAMS. ^ 'Jia the week beffre Christmas, and where'er we may go . • : The great city's streets are alive and aglow • With the bus of people, that pop to and fro. The stores and shop-windows Are voicing the skill Of commerce and her omnipotent will. That circles the world wiA a far-reaching tlionght. Aid brings, to the meeker the treasure he ' sought. ' There are marvels olbeanty in csolor and art. That »p«ak tx the sense and the soul and the heart: \" • - There are toys, for the children, and quaint . jewels rare T° crown with their luster the prond and the • -V-:--','- J. fair •There are gifts that are cheap and gifts that . are dear. • And oceans of gifts for this time of good oheeiy -For the cry'is abroad ail oyer the land ^That the.Love-king is coming with bounteous . v 'hand... And ^ho. little ones pause, in their frolic and play To tell of his goodness, in merriest way. 'fill the soft- c.heeks...

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