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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 January 1901

_1^E' ADVOCATE, JANUARY. 26, 1901.- : •/. •/ , J ~ \\ | i Jfara anb Pome. ' The mother hati cleared the dinner away, Her busy hands Were free. The boyish sjvarm was tired and Warm The mother—a thought thought she- ' r \"They're tired of. their toys, my dear little boys, • . •. . '. 'I'll have-a sewing-beo.\" • At her call came Willie and Walter,.. With'sweetly earnest air, • - • i: The sunshine, bright from the Vtorld of light ... Gleamed in their golden hair, . r And fragrant showers from spicy flowers . Stole in to.greet them there. She fitted them each to a thimble, (Such tiny hAnds,to sew I) ~ V/\\ Through the needle's head 'she drew the - .. 'thread - •: ('Twaa forty years ago) • v • And she showed the way most patiently To. draw it to and fro. \"Carefully take each stitch,\" she said, ''Even as even can be.\" '%:::r This way, that way, in and out, they „ ' Counted \"one, two, three,\". / The baby, bound by the droning sound, Fell asleep on her knee. ' ^ Together she basted tli...

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 — 26 January 1901

• TKE ADVOCATE JANUARY 26, 1901 B ASSFORD BROS, rwill resume business immediately in -tjie Dadant Building. This will be fol­ lowed by larger and more commodious quarters as soon as possbile. - ' Yours truly tni«.i»».amiiHiHtit»iuuauuutmuuuuiiuuuuuummuauitiiuiutauuuau« rtumes From every corner of the world. . Our line is complete and select. The best per­ fumes have coutributed thcir choicest odors. This list had ought to catch your fancy. Cyarina Violets, Four Roses, Crabapple Blossoms, Pansy Blossoms, Heliotrope, Mikado, Rose De Granda, Pean Despaque, .-Sweet Marie,\" Stolen Sweets, Rex Violet, Arbutus, and so very many other high gride scents. It's a real pleasure to show such an assortment. Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. FOR TVS RELiE.F AND CURE OF ALL KINDS OF / I ^*7 i fr\" « ' • \\ RUPTURE get the best appliances obtainable. SEELEY'S HARD RUBBER TRUSSES i v ARE THE BEST. STILES S CO'?. OLD RELIABLE DRUG STORE are local agents. NEWS OF THE COUNTY. Julius Bernhardt remove...

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 — 2 February 1901

Don't Wait.... nntrt you get two or three years behind before pay- • ing your subscription. . It makes' it hard work- then. Pay • every. y«ir Mid yon won't feel-it. MADISON flX i a fc a^r 1 cal ^6 ji e fvy Y0L. 39-NO. 43 STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1901. Don't Use... a rubber *tamp In your business when -yon can . get neat, up-to-dafe Job printing done at thin off. ice at reasonable prices. $1.50 A YEAR 3 LAKE MARINE NEWS. To Deepen the Channel. Capt. J. 3. Warren has submitted his re­ port to the chief of the engineering depart­ ment relative to the proposed deepening of the channel through this bay, and a copy of the same is at hand, together with the ac­ companying maps, from which a few brief extracts may be of interest to our readers. After a review of the canal's history, Oapt. •Warren says: The act specifies \"a navigable channel hav­ ing a depth of eighteen feet of water.\" It has been assumed that a depth of 18 feet at the lowest stage of Lake Michigan is...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 2, 1801. ENDtTIt AN'CE. How much the heart nmy bear and yet not break! • ,/ ,. • • ' . How much the flesh may naffer, and not die I Itjuestion much u any pain or ache • Of soul or body brinirs our end more nigh Death choose his own time till that is'worn,. All evils may be borne. . . We shrink and shudder at the surgeon's knife—- ' Each nerve recoiling from the cruel steel. Whose edge seems searching for the quivering life \" . , Yet to our sense the bitter pangs reveal That still, although the trembling flesh be torn. This also can be borne. We see a sorrow rising-in our way, ' And try to flee from the approaching ill. We seek some small escape—we weep and pray- But when the blow falls then our hearts are still, Hot that, the pain is of its sharpness shorn But think it can be borne. We wind onr life about another life— We hold it closer, dearer than our own Anon it faints and falls in deadly strife. Leaving us stunned and stricken and alone But ah4- we do not...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 February 1901

X /A THE ADVOCATK. FEBRUARY 2, 1901. IT. GETTING TIRED. Your sarrtujt.Bood liawd. is' er gittia mighty :'idred.. . V - O'Sisole*orI'o'sin. Mighty weary de lan' what de debtt hab _hWd. • 7. ! O' de sinner's snicker an' grin.' / X know Mara Aberham's er waitin fur me - . • In de home o' truth an' love, An' I now wants ter fly 'cross de dang'UBaea. : Wid de wings o' er tnrkle dove. . Oh, I wanter go home, Oh, I wantor go home. An\" swim-like a fish in de ribpr o'life Oh. I mm' go home. Oh, I mus' go horned ' But I ain'ter gwine ier take niy v scpldin' wife I'ie done my duty. oh. de berry bes'I ken. In dis ole world o'tears, •' Used no bad words like odder, men— . M 'Cept when I cussed de steers, ,, yx\" But steers, good Lawd. would mate ersaint cuss ' / When da runs in er thicket wid him. Fur any sorter puason hab got her make er * --3ib • ' 'URR * ' ?\\yhen his eye's scratch'd put by er lim'. ' V Oh, I wanter go home, * . Oh. I wanter go home. An' swijn like or flsh'in de riber o' lit...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 February 1901

i THE ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 2. HNU. THE ADVOCATE. • T.ie Town Trouble. , No industry hardly ha« ever suffered more abuse and still remain 10 ding on in itspro- *Wend U tt* Po.to«c» at Sturgton Sag, {^.downing all teamd-aatt mall matter, ........ i «» peer, ot all, as the electric lightii*. JUJ ' • • ••• • • ! great forces may either be the best ana mow . — —— 1 t~—: — j useful friend to mankind, or, on the other SKW ADVBltTISEMESTs. POCKET JJUO^^OUND^rtTthe^^ Jan '• Owner will call on JAMES HEA1U' aril pr ve property. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK' LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year •'•J? 8ix months .n «g Four, months •••••. .80 Twomonths .Js Single copies HT Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. ' STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. FEB. S, 1901. The estimated expenditures of the gener­ al government tor the Heal yeary^nding June 30, 1902, is given as $009(000,000 in round number by the secretary- of the treasury, and t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 February 1901

rr- TI1K ADV A I K. FEBRtTARY % iWii'.N THE ADVOCATE. BTUBSEON BAY, SATURDAY. FEB. 2, 1901. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. . —There will be a card party at Marquette ' Hall next 'Wednesday evening, .Feb, 6th. All are invited. i ' -—Following is the advertised letter list: George Christenaon, Mary Everard, Dolly DeGodt,'John Rohan. i —Pretty sharp weather \"we have been having for a v(eek or so past. Mercury was three degrees below this (Friday) morning.- —Dcn't forget the rummage sale which commences today (Saturday) in the opera house and which is to be continued for three days. / ' —Ient coram* n.'es Wednesday, February 20th and ends April 7th, which is Easter Sunday. This: brings this great festal day earlier than usual. . /- —The roadway between\"fhe east and west sides oprer. the ice is like a boulevard, being probably the finest bit of highway to be found in the county. -^Another month will see the days suffi­ ciently long t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 2, l!ini Sunny Days In 'Winter. THK UliNl'liK VUjIWNO. the glowing fire. His dog \"Pino, which I had forgotten to mention, lay before quietly at his fi et.° - Everything within our shelter wiis V • • . —— brilliantly lighted by the Are.\" I was tve chased the wild A.p*uhe through bis God- reflecting Beriously on our position. forsaken land. With Ralph too bad'y frozen to travel. I've tracked the daring hojse thief« where his' for some time, a scant supply of pro- footprints marked tho Mil, visions, arid the almost unendurable I've autnaered wiA th? robbers down,at Coney c?]di pIaced U8 in a p.8ition not to U Bit the gentle Filipino, say he beat* them all. envied by anyone., - ^ . forme: ' I was startled from my reverie by the Hebeats (hem ail for me, son, the whole im- Jog, who rose to hfa feet and uttered a mortal iot,v low growl. 'Manuel silently grasped to his slushy, mushy country, where the cli- his rifle, but he remained in the same mate's good and hot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 February 1901

'fit- THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY, 2, 190t. Jfarnt anb Dome. IN THE GERMAN. She stood upon the polished floor. Amid the ball-room's blazing light. And slowly scanned the circle o'er. That forhi'd the (lance that night. •(The waltz they play'd was \"Woman's Love.\") She stood and stroke'her long white glove. The creamy silk her form caress'd, ' : A bunch of plnmes hung o'er her heatt. Her bosom by soft lace was press'd. Her rich red lips apart. ' v {The German waB the dancerthat* night.) One high-heeled shoe was just in sight. She held a fayir in her hand— A dainty, perfumed, painted thing, A tiny heartr-yet he would stand, Who won that prize, a king. The waltz they playe4 was' \"Woman's Love.\" IIow fast my throbbing pulse did move I' Men watch'd her with eager eyes, \" Upon her curl^ the light did shine Then with a look 5f sweet surprise Her great gray eyes met mine. (The Qerman was the dance that night,) She smiled—her smile Was wondrous bright. She waved her fan coquettishly. And half...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 2, 1901. in and will be pleased to meet our many custom- § ers again. We ate of'course compelled to do busi- % ness on a smaller basis, but one thingis sure, ever} -,r| thing will be new and of the very best We will be 3 ready to fill all orders in Groceries tpday, and don't 1 fail to watch this space for bargains in Dry Goods | next week. 1 Thanking you for past favors and soliciting | same in the future, we remain, § Yours to please, | Bassford Brothers, j DADAN^r BUILDING, NEAR OLD STAND. | Sniiii.nimmiiiitummntumnaaimmiimitimiiitnmnmiiuiniitnuanimait! perfumes From every comer of the world. Our line is complete and select. The best per­ fumes have contributed their choicest odors. This list had ought to catch your fancy. Cyarina Violets, Four Roses, Crabapple Blossoms, Pansy Blossoms, Heliotrope, Mikado, Rose De Granda, Pean Despaque, Sweet Marie, Stolen Sweets, Rex Violet, Arbutus, -and so very many other high grade scents. It's a real pleasure to show...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 February 1901

Doii't Read.. THE ADVOCATE at your neighbor's week in and week out when ym can have the paper sent to, your own address\" the year around for 81.50. . VOL. 39-NO. 44. g i- rtlisfforical Society- Dan't Adv#rtise something yon can't give ' jfway and blnrne the , newspapers because yopr , ad. don't «F.i.i,.J.ho artT* . cletr. No one buys what they do not want.. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1901. $1.50 A YEAR {LAKE MARINE NEWS. Extractg From Capt. Warren's An- .nnal Report. We are indebted to Supt, A. N. Dier for the loan of tie Annual Report upon,the Im­ provement of Rivers and Harbors on West­ ern Shore of Lake Michigan in charge of J. G. Warren, Captain, Corps of Engineers,,U. S, A.,\" from which we glean the following ' information relative to the Stnrgeon Bay and Lake Michigan Ship Canal: June 80, 1000, tho govorning depth in the channel was about 16 feet below datnm plane of harbor improvements and the actual depth about 15 feet, being ajxmt the same as at the begi...

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 — 9 February 1901

«i 'J A\":/ THE ADVOCATE, FEBliUAKY 9, 1901. PRAYER, BY HAOVTM X,JTTEI_ O, Father, take me to rnjr Blessed Home, - As Thou bast promised long ago \" ' Since my Jledeemer, Jesus Christ. has come To save me from this dreary world of woe Bat I hear a sweet voice calling : \"Do thy duty well, my'dear beloved one. Till for thy crown thon hast fltriven and won. uIn my Father's House are many mansions\" Yes, Tknow it. Lord call.soon: And reveal Thy long-lost revelation Be it morning.night, or just at noon. But I hear a sweet voice callings: \"Cling to Christ, my well beloved one, The Enemy is nigh: The Strife's begun.\" Xlong to see my Saviour in His Glory: Qn this vain earth I'll no more delay. \"Father hear me: tell the joyful story: . How He's the Life, Redeemer, and the Way, But I hear a sweet voice calling: \"Christ from Earth to Heaven will take Thee, ami Thine, but patiently wait\" Sdertctr tltmllmrg. T^T?T&K0TAlDYir BY WILLIAM T. I1ANTZ. The hot August sunlight beat fiercely d...

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 — 9 February 1901

Till? AIWOCATE. FEBRUARY)9. im\\ ^octrn. Olib-TIME SOCIETY VEI18E. Thus Kitty, beaiitifol and young. And wild as colt untamed. Bespoke thefair from whence she sprang. With little rage inflamed. Inflamed with rage at sad restraint, .... Which wise mamma ordained And Borely vext'to play the saint. Whilst wit and beauty reigned: •'Shall I thumb holy books, confined . \" With Abigails, forsaken? ' J Kitty's for other things designed, Or 1 am much mistaken. \"Must Lady Jenny frisk about, . And visit with her eonsins? At balls uiust she make all the ront, ' And bring-home hearts by dozens? • \"What has she better, iyay, than I, What hidden charms to boast, That all mankind for her should die, , Whilst I am. scarce a toast? ~ • \"Dearest mammal for once let me, - Unchained, my fortune try I'll havS my earl as well as she Or know the reason why.. ^ \"I'll soon with Jenny's pride quit score, . Make all, her lovers fall: They'll grieve I was nut loosed before: 7 She, I was loosed at all.\" Fo...

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 — 9 February 1901

• X- Tiie , Advocate, RnUrtd th the Potto-^ce at Btnrgeon JBay, HJ*., at gecon'i-etast n-ail mattet. , PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY. WIS. FKANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year tl.BO Six months ......... .. -.75 Four months........: '.BO Two months -.85 Single copies ........ .05 Two dollars will he charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. FEB. B, 1901 The legislature .passed a joint resolution thit .all new business shall be cut off on February 19th. Let us have a short session is thfr way the peopl,e feel. ^ Chicago has a policeman that weighs 317 \" p rands, is 6 feet 3 inches high and has a • c'-iest expansion of 53 inches. He is years old and is a native of Wisconsin. His name is Ed. E. Martini, and is of German parentage. , This is tough! The court has ordered that Geo. Gould shall not pay his sister Ansa more than $200,000 annually until further instruction. Miss Gould is the lady who married Count de Castellane, a...

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 — 9 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, FEB. 9r 1801. PRANK LONG, Editor andProprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following is the advertised letter list: Miss Katie Grace, Mr. Sig Ruscha. —L, A. Larson is operating his chair fac­ tory on nearly foil time this winter, there being plenty orders ahead. , —You .will always find somethuig to in­ terest and aniase in' The Advocate. Not a dull number is ever issued. —Only about fiftydaya more until April 1st. Therefore, keep wp your courage. There is a better time coming. 7. y':. —The new instruments for the \"bi nd were received the first of the week and hive been tested and found satisfactory. ' —J. R. Mann had his flag at hfdf-mast again last Saturday, on which day the funer­ al of the latoQuetn Victoria occurred. —The • work of :filljng the ice. hpuse of Oscar Mainz was begun Tuesday morning and the job is how practically complete. I&rtin Weia had the matter in charge. . —Many of the cisterns in thecity and...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 February 1901

%' V \" f f « - » £ \"$rettg. A I,KGEN». I wad n legend of a man who painted. In an old conv«iit coll in days agone, Pictures of martyrs and of virgins sainted, And the sweei Christ-face with the crown of thorn. Poor daubs! not fit to be a chapel's treasure! Fuji mahy a taunting word ajxro fliem fell. But the gdod abbot Jet hini, for his pleasure. Adorn with them his solitary cell, One night the \"poor monk .mused: \"Could I btot render A Honor to Christ as other painters do. Were but my skill as great as i» the tender Lore that inspires me when his cross I view. \"But no—'tis vain I toil and strive in sorrow What man so scorns still less can He admire, My life's work is all valueless: tomorrow I'll cast my ill wrought pictures on the fire.\" He raised his eyes, within his cell—oh, wonder 1 There stood a visitor— thorn-cr jwnoJ waB He And a sweet voice the silence rent asunder— \"I scorn ijo work that's done for love of me.\" And round the walls the pictures shone re­ splende...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 February 1901

T THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY, 9,1901 lotto. ' THE FARM IN\" WINTER. : ~ vV Bt NATIIAS J. CBNEa. When winter's band, with a blanket white, The form of the chilled earth hides, there are quiet joys by the hearthstone bright That are dearer tlmn all besides When, coddled warm in the ingle-nooks! The indoor life at the farm, With games, or gossip, or story-books. Imparts a delightful charm. The farmer and farmwife then with pride Their household band review. With a lover, perchance, of some, maid soft- eyed, ' ' ... And a treasured guest or two While grandfather cozily eyes the clock As he pnffs at his pipe aglow. And grandmother, rounding her latest sock. Is intent on each added row. . v: . This for a picture of evening cheer And the morning is likewise sweet, i .- When the air is crisp, and the barnyard near Is noisy with trampling feet . When the farm-boy's knuckles are at his lips As he answer's the farmer's call -• — And the milkmaid in from the cow-house trips With frothineT and Bteam...

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 — 9 February 1901

THE ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 9,190!.. V' . A FEW BARGAINS! ! - • §1 .- t t 16 lbs. Granulated Sugar. • . . Good Rice, per lb • • • Best Rice, per lb.. ..... • • • ..'•••. .A. i,..... Good Quality Prunes, lb v. • ..... Extra \\ Best Dried Apples, lb •... •.... . v . •.. Extra Quality Dried Peaches and Pears, lb. \" ' \" \" Apricots, per lb- ....... 12 Bars Fairbanks Soap. •Â».. . . «-• •. • Good Bottle Ketchup...— Very Best Ketchup We regret that we are unable to quote prices on \\ Dry Goods this week, but we will be ready soon. \\ Bassford Brothers, j perfumes From every corner of the world. Our line is ^complete and select. The best per­ fumes have contributed their choicest odors. This list had ought to catch your fancy. Cyarina Violets, Four Roses, Crabapple Blossoms, : Pansy Blossoms Heliotrope, Mikado, Rose De Granda, Pean Despaque, Sweet Marie, Stolen Sweets, i Rex Violet, Arbutus, and so very many other high grade scents. It's a real pleasure' to show such an assortment. Wagener...

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 — 16 February 1901

' \"THE ADVOCATE at yonr . i: neighbor's week in- and -creek out when you can . have the paper sent to ••••• yonr own address the year aronnd for $1.50. ^ ffUtoricrt-l Society Bwi't Ad*arti»« something yon can't give &war and blame the newspapers because yonr ad. don't SBU. the arti­ cles. No one buys what they do not want. VOL. 39--NO. 45. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IK, 1901. $1.50 A YEAR j LAKE MARINE NIWS^ ,/,7 liOcal Items of Interest. The steambarge Frank Woods is being equipped/with a new Scotch boiler and com­ pound engine the ensuing winter, itis re­ ported. ' ' ' The daylight having lengthened: to snph an extent, working hours at the Shipyard will be extended one hoar a day, commenc­ ing Monday. \"• . ' . v*- . Capt. W. L. Wanwig will Command the steambarge^Hurd the ensuing season, the . deal whereby he becomes owner of an eighth ' interest of the steamer having been closed wi^in the week. : lie little steamer Kewaunee is still in commission being enga...

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 — 16 February 1901

v§ TIIK ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 16, 1901. JUST COMMON POIiKS. A hundred bumble songsters trill The notes that to their lays bilong, i Where just one nightingale might fill The place •with its transcendent song. And thus Fame comes, and with its smile A soul with lasting greatness cloaks And leaves a thousand else the while To be for aye just common folks. H only sweetest bells were rang. How we should miss the minor chimes I If only grandest poets Bung There'd be no humble little rhymes. The modest, clinging Tines add grace Unto the forest's giant oaks, And 'mid earth's mifthty is a place Ue people with just common folks. Not. they the warriors who shall win Upon the battlefield a name. To sound above the awful din Not theirs the painter's deathless fame. Sot theirs the poet's muse that brings The rythmic gift his soul invokes Xhttrs but to do the simple things. That duty gives just common falks. They are the multitudes of earth And mingle ever in the crowd. Elbowing those of equal birt...

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