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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE, DKOEMBKU 22. 1900. snS Some. THE GHItiSTMAS' CAItOIj. BI WIIilAM WOBDSWOBTH, The minstrels played their Christinas tune Tonight beneath my cottage ekves: While smitten by a lofty njoon, . The encircling laurels thick with leaves. Gave such a rich and dazzling sheen. That overpowered their natural green. Through hill and valley every breeze Had sunk to rest with folded wings: Keen was the air, but could not freeze Nor check the music of the Btrings So stout and hardy were the band, , That scraped the chords-with strenuous hand J And who but listened?—till was paid Respect to every inmate's claim: The greeting green, the music played, In honor of each household name, ': \\ • Duly pronounced with lusty call. And \".Merry Christmas\" wished to all! ' How touching, when, at midnight, sweep Snow-muffled wings and(allis dark, ' To hear and sink again to sleep 1 v ! ' Or, at an earlier call, to mark, By blazing fire, the still suspense Of self-complacent innocence. .The mutual...

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 — 22 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 22, 1900. TiiFfTmTmyTmTm.'mmfti-fTmitTmntvmnTTnnnrmnnfTmTnmTmTimmTmmTme J Special Offerings. §! Men's Overcoats • • • • • • $15.00 Men V Ulsters8.98 150 Men's and Boys'Suits to close for the Holidays at Half Price: $5.00 Suits tor $2.50 - 86.00 Suits for $3.00 $7.00 Suits for |3.50 *8 00 Suits for $4.00 ^|S).O0 Suits for......«4.50 11.00 Suits for... .. .$5.00 ' llvOO Suits for.,. .v.......'*$5,50-v 12.00 Suits for .......... .$6 00 Neckwear -l» We have a nice lino of Men's Neckwear such as Scarfs at 25c, Soc, '3 45p, 50c, 60c, 70c, 75c and 85c. Bow Ties at 10c, 15c, 20c, 25o, 30c, 33c i and50c. w . We are also well supplied in all lines of Handkerchiefs for 2c, 3c, i tc, 5e, 6c, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c and'Soc. Y * To Arrive in Time for X-nms—A nice line of Purs, Muffs, and Scarfs.-' : .Smith - Bassford Co. lowest Cash Prices Guaranteed. Mna i Glassware for the: Holidays. iandies and Nuts . Special Low Prices for Christmas. # gal. good Syrup fo...

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 — 29 December 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. Ail care­ fully ^elected and set upaihomb. U18W» »«•— IVe use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter, that's *hy eStoefc $1.50 per year. VOL. 39--NO. 38. STURGEON :BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1900. 81,50 A YEAR | LAKE MARINE NEYVS.t 8XUK«EOX BAY FARES WEH. The New River and Harbor Bill It Completed and Recommends Appropriation* • Amounting to $80,000,000. The committee on Rivera and Harbors hayeprepared their bill and made their rec­ ommendation? for the amount of money they deem proper to be expended in the im- provement of the several-harbors. This port is granted a total appropriation of $251,500 in the bill. Of this $33,500 is -for continuing work in the canal, $178,- 000 is for making an eighteen foot channel through this bay, and $40,000 for. deepen­ ing the canal to the same depth. ^ The following is from the Washington correspondent of the Milwaukee'Sentinel: \"Wisconsin has fared well in the Biver and Harbo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 December 1900

& N THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 29, 1900. | KISSING. ©..who would miss. , , . • Akiiw, •• . Or, hiss Amiss, Bjr kissing older women, 'Who've snares to capture him in»- * When he might garner bliss ^ ' ©reater by.far than this. - - - . ..iindldss . . \" Amiss? let he who kisses . A single miss * .Jnll often riiisses , ! Jhe best of kisses That misses kiss #nd he who kisses , A single Mrs. As often misses' . The joys of kisses That come from misses ~ jyho.lbve to kiss, .. itad seldom miss ' • A joy like this, ' ' ^ Kor kiss Amiss Although a kiss (sometimes) they miss. . let he who kisses A soulful.Mrs. • r: Can testify The joys that lie J[n pleasures suchas this. ' 6, greatest of all blisses The timid lover misses, Thoy say, are not the kisses Of budding misses, • \" ' « ' Brit soulful kiss From any Mrs. ' - Who knows what bliss is ' / And whatakis^iB, And kisses - . , . \\ ' For sake of blisses And bliss's ' Sake. ©, take Tour choice, remembering this He who kisses A Mrs. . • Oft...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 December 1900

THK 'ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 29, 1900. II. HOW THE BABY CAME. , BS CAIXrE Ik bohnbj. - ' \"No, I've nothing to live for,'' the mother , ' crieV u' a \"My baby is lyingwide* the snow. ...,,...£:: •. .O darling! come bock,, let my arm* clasp yon ,, close,' . • A s ' 'Tie cheerless and cold where the winter winds blow: 5 \"O, empty arms longing for dear little fornrl O, breast, where once rested a baby's gold : head I Of God I who on Christmas gave Christ-child to earth, \" „ , Give back to my keeping the baby call dead [ \"Is't fancy or madness? Grief weaves troubled dreams. ,. , List! Surely, a baby's cry greeted my ear* .: dome, little one, come, from your cold bed of • earth. To empty arms wanting you mother is here \"No, no. this fair baby is not one I lost,. \\ -.' S Though close to my bosom she nestles her '•head.-':' 7'!-: \"Alone in' th6 chnrch-yardl How candeyou here, pet?\" . : ' •To find my dear mamma they told me was dead. .-.v . \"You looking for youirs?\" and ^he sweet baby ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 December 1900

*f THE ADVOCATE, 29 1900. mVru, * T\\trr\\i~i A mp atother and landed-in -what ut known is. JL XXXi XjlU VA-/*-'.A.X Hi# \"jtockades,1' it begins to look tw though j • - ' • . . . . -. so nothing Li wronjf, 'The pi'p^rs announce Btftrxl in Iht Pwtoflc* at Sturgeon Bay, His., at tha' only a 8l}ort$hfle agd W girl was thus tecond-cioM mail ma'M. dsceived and'-ifttlier tJmn lend life, of shima oho deliberately c. mmitted suicide PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUB- by throwing berself into a river, from which GEON BAi, WIS. jj6r i)ody was 'subseqivrntly taken by the authorities*, t COUNTY BOARDPROCEEDINCS (Con {nued From-Page On ) FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATESJOK SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. Six months............. Foui _ our months Two months .. Single copies ............................. .« |Sf~ Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. What is itnowh as the Ctntral West, com­ prising tb^' great states of Illinois, Indiana, \" *''££ 'Iowa, Micliigaii, Minnesota...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE: DECEMBER 29. mo. THE ADVOCATE. STUBGEON BAY, SATURDAY. DEC. 29, lOdO. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. . —The Bank of Sturgeon Bay expect to be in their new building by Monday. ^Merchants report'the largest business this year than for many a year past. - —The stores will all close Tuesday after­ noon to properly celebrate the -advent of the new year.. N —The'following is the advertised letter list: Jacob Senft, Johann Senft,01uf Ander­ son, Pauline Pfister, Fanny Kuffek. —Guy Crandall opens up his billiard rooms New Ye&r eve in the rooms' vacated ,by the Bank of Sturgeon Bay. —Willie Gigot has removed to the town of. Brussels, where he - will engage, in the saloon business at or near the flouring mill, ' —The Advocate hazards the assertion that there are less poor people in this city than in any other town of its size in the state. —Mrs. L. D: MoWry has discontinued the millinery business' and this week removed what remained of the stock...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 December 1900

V / ) ' THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 29, 1900. , A MAN B5C TMM NAME OF BOjjtS : BI JAMBS WHlWlOMBK Rll.RY. . A man by. the name or JJoIus—(all 'at we'll ever know .. Of the stranger's name, I reckon — and I'm kind o' glad it's sol)— : Got off here Christmas morning— Ipoked round t the town, and then ! Kind o' ttizid up the folks, I guess, and—went ? away again! }'• The fact is, this man Bolus got \"run in\" Christ, i mas Day '. The town turned out to see it, and cheered, and blocked the way I i Ani they dragged him 'fore the Mayor—feir le . couldn't or wouldn't walk— J A^d socked him down fer trial—though te couldn't er wouldn't talk! D-TinkJ—they was no doubt of it I W'y, the . Marshal of Hie town •y Laughed and testified 'at he fell up-stairs 'stid of downl V: This man by the name of BOIUBT W'y he even dropped his jaw And snored on through his \"hearin\"' drunk as ..yon ever saw I i' One feller spit in his bootleg, and another'n drappeda small Littlb chunk, of ice down his collar—hut he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 December 1900

.. . . -V THE ADVOCATE. PECEMBER 29. 1900. Jrarm anb |famc. WHEN OIjU JACK DIED. BV JAMES -WHITCOMB BELEY. ^ V When Old Jack died, we Staid from school - (they said. At home, we needn't go that day), and none Of us ate any breakfast-^-only one. And that was papa—and his eyes were red \" When he came round where we were, by the • shed ^ Where Jack was lying, half way in the sun And half way in the shade. When we be­ gun' To cry out loud, pa turned and dropped his head And went away and mamma, she went baok '• Into the kitchen. Then, for a long while. All to ourselves like, we stood there and cried— /We thought so many good things of Old Jack, And funny things — although we didn't ' smile— . We couldn't only crj®when Old jack died. When Old Jack died it seemed a human friend Had suddenly gone from us: that some face That wo had loved to fondle find embrace, • From babyhood, no-more would condescend To Bihile on us forever. We might \"bfend '* - With tearful eyesabove him, interlace ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 December 1900

THE ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 29, 1900. •nwnwnnnnttnnmmiMwnmnmmimimmnnmmnnnmmmTriffnTmtwmv* . Wejthank our many friends &nd customers for their kind patronage. We also ask for a contin­ uance of' same and will strive to please you all. Our prices willebetfower than ever for the' coming year. ' ' If in need of a New Year's gift you will do well to call and get,some of the cut prices, that we offer for this week. \" ' . / Smith- 5m.,1,1 23-2 2$-i 23-2 33-2 33-3 23-2 ^3-2 Watch This Space v Next : Week. , Wagener, Druggist. 23 2 23.2 23 2 23 2 23,2 23-2 23,2 23-2 23-2 z3\"2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 Lowest Cash Prices Guaranteed. 3 • for the Holidays. . Candies and Nuts . • • ,\\ Special Low Prices for Christmas. 41 gal. good Syrup lor $1.00 joa F. STROK go these cold days. 3ell Beans at.... 4c. /.. 55c... $2.20. . per pound . ..per peck • per bushel • Do you use it? We sell the Peas at 2j^c per pound. FALK & BUGHAN. For— Prescriptions, Accuracy, Perfection- Reliable ' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 January 1901

Wa Guarantee... a bona fidet circulation of. ant?*every *wfin^the year. We are pleased at all times -to prove our claim, andinvite credul­ ous advertiers to call and see for themselves. MADISON ' \"4 ' f, Historical Sooiety.' | Advertisers... r / know what a large circu- • , U t i o n m e a n s . . I f t h e y * want good returns for the .investment they can And it by. advertising in the columns of Tb« Advocats. VOL. 39--NO. 39. STURGEON BAY, WIS , SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1901. $1.50 A YEAR i LAKE MARINE NEWS*| Winter Navigation HTot Desirable. Everybody hereabouts will rejoice at the prospects that winter navigation through this bay is to be permanently abandoned by * the Ann Arbor boats, and that traffic across these waters by team will be permitted once again. While it may be a' good thing for the transportation companies it is direct, ly |he opposite for the business interests of both city and county. The cold weather experienced during the past week is justwhilt was needed to wi...

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 — 5 January 1901

| f_*. TOE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 5, 1901. _ - ..:sWV: • V lottrn. v TKX.V.VSOX M\\IW-A BAHO.V. Baron Alfred Vere.de Vere, Of me yon win no mw renown Too thought to daze the country-folk . And cockneys when you came to town, . See XlFordsworth, Shelley, Cowper, Burns, Withdraw in scorn and sit retired! The last of some six hundred Earls' - Is not.n place to be desired. t Baron Alfred Vere de Vero. ' We thought yon proud to hew your name Tour pride is yet no mate for ours, Too proud to tbinU a title fame. Wo hail the genius—not, the lord j We love the poet's truer charms A simple singer with his dreams la worth a litmdred coats-of-arms Baton Alfred Vere de,Vere, I aee you inarch, I hear you Bay : \"Bow. bow, ye lower middle class!\" Is all. the burden of your lay, •We held you first without a peer. • And princely by our noble words— The Senior Wrangler of our Kards » la now the Wooden Spoon of lords. / ' . Baron Alfred Vere de Vere, , % / —Xou put strange memories in my headi'N\" lor jus...

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 — 5 January 1901

THE ADVOCAET. JANUARY. 5, 1901. w, TRY HIM ONCE MORE. F BIT F.IASCI8 FL, SMITH. Poisoned byalcoho). blear-eyed and ill-clad, Cursit«« his fate as he ehufflea along. Crushed and bereft of the once earnest willhe *' :had. Pennilea?, homeless, and jeered by the • throng. Friends have assisted him, pastors hare prayed with him— * v-. ' He has been rescued and lost o'er.and o'er. Bat do not give him ap—pall from his lips the • • cup—. ! Speak to him kindly and try him once more. Though 'tis disheartening never to thrive with ' him, Sad his relapses from virtue to shame' Give him not hopelessly up—if you strive with him- . . • -'i Some spark of good m»y be fanned to a flame. Some potent memory—haply a mother's voice*. Teaching him virtue and wisdom of yor,e. May be reballud to his ear by another's voice. Speak to him kindly ahd try him once more. Chvist in Bis charity taught vthose who caine • to him. • All deeds should p.rdon'd be seventy times seven. Succor the least here and you do ...

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 — 5 January 1901

FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. SXtTROEON-BAT, SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1901 Conditions in the Philippines are said to indicate early pacification of the islands. There was such ft heftvy fall of fnow in Germany this'week that railway traffic was very much interfered with. Intense cold preceded by heavy tnow storms is causing much suffering and leas amon live stock in Colorado. Dun's review «f trade says that the year 1900 was a: remarkably satisfactory t ne for the farmers and planters of this country. heavy snow storm prevailed in Texas in the vicinity of Dallas on Wednesday, covering the ground to the depth of several inches. . . During the year just ended there were received at the government assay office at Seattle a total of forty-six and one-eighth tons of gold and silver. By the bu nn^ of the public library in Seattle, Wash., Tuesday evtning 25,000 volumes of books were lost. The monetary loss is placed at $90,000. Oom Paul Kruger is dangerously ill in on...

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 — 5 January 1901

THE ADVOCAET, .JANUARY, 5, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. 8TOBGEONBAY, BAT0BDAY. JAN. 8.1901. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Offloial Paper of City and County. NEWS OF 10CAL INTEREST. English services -will be conducted in the Moravian church, Sunday morning at the usual hour. 1 ' • —Jas. B, Defaut is building' a residence in the'Third ware! on what was formerly a part of the ^Thompson estate. —The Advocate wishes all its friends and readers a Happy New Year, which includes much prosperity and all the good things that go with'it. o i -Annual meeting of W. C. T. U. Tues- day afternoon at 2 o'clock,' at the residence of Mrs. David Lewis, All members re­ quested to be present. -Adojph Hamaeek contemplates putting in a substantial cable across this' bay to im- - prove the service in the Fourth ward and has the project under consideration, —Rev. and Mrs. Osgood will hold a re ception in the new parsonage this (Friday) evening, commencing* at 7:30 o'clock nd continuing uutil lOf All are invited...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 January 1901

& ' IV ADVOCATE, JANUARY 5, 1901. W&i HH I WHAT I IilVE FOB. ,'S I live for those who love mo, . . , ' ' For those I know are true, 'v f Fo* the heaven that smiles above me. And awaits my spirit too: For all human ties that bisd me, ' .For the tank by God assigned me{ - s For the bright hopes left behind me, 4 And the good that I can do. I live to learn their story \" Who've suffered for my sake,!, . Tospmnlate their glory, , And follow in their wake Bards, martyrs, patriots, sages, ' The noble of all ages, ' Whose deeds crowd history's pages, And Time's great volume make. j I live to hail thatseason, : . • •' By gifted minds foretold, • • When men shall live by reason. And not alone by gold— When man to man united, \" And every wrong thing righted. The whole world shall be lighted, 5 : As Eden was of old. I lire to hold communion With all that is divine. To fee1 there is a union ' 'Twixt Nature's heart and mine « To profit by affliction, 'i, t Reap troths from ileitis of f...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 January 1901

V-N * - * • • • • • ' • • • - - • • • • J f f l --*L THE ADV0C4TEv JANUARY 5. 1901. lame, THBEB WTMiE PIGS. Three little, merry little, pig£y-wiggy-wigs , Danced three jolly little jiggy-jiggy-jigs: , i , \"This way.\" said one, .•,'/• , Skipping alone: •With a high'step here, and a slow step there. He pranced and he danced to make the rest ' start: \"Now follow me. And then you will be The very-best dancer in Piggy-wig-town!\" •. Second little piggy stepped out into sight. With a noao that was sharp, and nn eyelthat was bright: . • v \"Not so, my brother: . There is another, A great deal better dancer—and that one's II: And then: One, two, three! away you must fly!\" • '•\"/ . 4 He struck ont apace I n a m a d , m a d r a c e — . . . . This verylfine dancer in Pigi^-wig-tt^fn t \" Whew! and a piiff! And whew.I and a sneeze 1 : Up flew another pig as smart as you please. •/'' \"I lay, stop—stopl\". • f He cried with a hop •\" \"You don't know the first tfcing-^pfcHher of ' you two—...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 5 January 1901

7':o i f- THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 5, 1901. , 25c . 12c $1.00 4jc Oc S9c: . 70c . ' Be and 7c mm 2.25 35c 50c 20c . 15c 1 gallon Honey Drip Syrup.. . .t pound Goojd Coffee. ...... • - • 15 pounds Granulated Sugar : .... Buckwheat Flour, per lb..... . Best Soda Crackers, by the box. . 5 gallonB'.D, \"W. Oil 5 gallons Eoseno Oil 1 pound Loose Starch . 1 pound Package Starch 4c, $c, 6c, 100 pounds O. O. G. Flour * 100 pounds Best Patent Flour 1 bushel Potatoes.... ... • . . » • • • - • 1 gallon Best N. O. Mollasos. . v. . . . . . .., t gallon Best Cider Vinegar .. .... ...... . 1 gallon, Best Brown Vinegar........ ..... ... .Yours to please with bargains, Smith-Bassford Co. j .\"M ews Opinions OF National Importance TheSun . ALONE • CONTAINS BOTH. Baily, by mail, - s- $6 a year Sally and Sunday, - $8 a year The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Newspaper .' * • in the world. fer copy, 5c. By mail, $2 a year , Add row* THE SlIV, Sew York. . go these cold days. We sell Beans at.... 4c.... ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 January 1901

'h We Guarantee... a bona fide ckcnlation of 2,500copies for each .ana every.- week to the • year. We are pleased at all times to prove our claim, arid favite credul- • oua advertlers to call and see for themselves. ' , MADISON Historical Society\" . Advertisers. know what a large circu­ lation means. If they want good retnrna tor the investment they can find it by advertising in the columns of The Advocate. Â¥m. IS - .t VOL. 39--NQ. 40. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901. $1.50 A YEAR 313 I# j LAKE MARINE NEWS ] ,. More Money for JLake Ports. - Representative Minor conferred With . members of the Committee on Appropria­ tions to urge an appropriation of $7,600 for » the keeper's dwelling at the Kewaunee light V station. This appropriation is also recom­ mended by the Light House board, and the secretary of the treasury. Efforts are being made by Mr. Minor to secure an increase in the salary of the deputy collector at Green Bay. Green Bay was made a sub-port of entry...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 January 1901

ADVOCATE, JANUARY, 12,1901. HAND THAT BOCKS THK WORM). BT WlU.tASt HOHR WA1XACE. \"V Jtossmga on the hand of womani , Angels guard her strengthen and Brace fetho cottage, palace, hovel, 0, matter where tho place! ' ^odd.that never storms assailed it Bainbows ever gently curled the hand that rocks the cradle Is the hand that rocks tho world. Infanoy's the tender fountain Power may with beauty tlow. •others first to guide the streamlet. * From them souls unresting grow,— ~ i .Srow on for the good or evil. Sunshine streamed or darkness lnirled: lor the hand that rooks the cradle lathe hand that rocks tho world.. Women.how divme yourmission Here upon our natal sod ~ Keep, oh'kcep the young heart open : :' -Always to the breath of God I JOl the trophies of the ageB Are from mother love impeorlwL \" 3ar the hand that rocks thocradlStf' : Is the hand that rocks the world. ..Blessings on the hand of woman! • ~ Fathers, sons, and daughters cry, : * : tad the aacred song is mingled . With the...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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