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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 March 1901

THE ADVrtCATE. MARCH 23, 1901. v' ^ THE WIDOW'S STOKY. i - ' J w r OAIJSB BONK ? . V **I found it in a book one day,\" ' She said—\"a'letter browit witli age Its glossiness had passed away, s . Ami rough withlwrinkles was each page, While at its end still fnll and clear I saw the stain-mark of a tear. \"If you should ask me whyja tear Had fallen there. I could, but say : . That in some long-departed year,' • • When I was young and life was gay, v And happiness was at command, This letter came into my hand..- • v: \"From one I loved, from one I knew In the unclouded days of youth, When hope's expanse was always blue / And clouds ne'er marred the sky of truth • And the world's ways were all unknown, And life was all a sunny zone. \"I'll read you not the tender words -v • That in this wrinkled letter lie. . But if you'll think of happy birds- Singing beneath a supimer sky. ' Or think of sweetest flowers, you'll see How sweet this letter is to me. \"We.lived together many years— : No ha...

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 — 23 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 23, 1901. THE ADVOCATE, Jtintred in iM Pmii' fflce at Sturgenn Hay, ttcondtlats trali matter. P0BLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUB- GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF (SOB8CRDPT10N. . $1.50 ,•'• ,7R . .80 One year-... -- .• Six months. v ••• Jomr months Two months .:. Y •Â£ Simile copies ... Mr-Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. BTURGEON BAYVSATUBDAY,MAR.!H, 1001. Mr. Ora-beck Opposed to Water-Works. The name of Henry Overbeck having been \"mentioned in connection with the • mayoralty of this city, and that .gentleman, having signified his willingness to accept the position if nominated anfl elected, it was deemed advisable to sound him on the water-works question. . This was done by wire on Thursday and here is his reply: IGopy of the Madison.Telegram.] Wis., March 2', 1901. To Frimk Long, Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Whether eleoted mayor or not I a.m opposed to granting a franchise for the construction of water-wtn$s to any. out...

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 — 23 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 23, 1901. THE ABVOOATE. 8TUBGEON BAY. SATUBDAY. MAB. 23,1901. FRANK LONG, Editor and^Proprletor. Official Papar of City and County. SHORT TAKES, —Following is the advertised letter list: ? Mrs. Isabelle Jaeobson, Gust Peterson. . . —Tie Savings Bank 8tbre has added a delivery rig to their establishment for con­ venience of patrons. '—Ed. Beynolds will resume the construe- , tion of his residence in the Second ward as soon as the weather permits.' ' ' . —The weather of the past weelc or two has \"kept the two snow plows owned by the city pretty much on the jump. • —There was no meeting of the council Tuesday evening, there not being a quorum present, owing no doubt to the disagreeable weather., —The Egworth Leaguers indulged : m a isleigh ride \"to the canil Friday evening, where they were entertained by Miss Myrtle Chapman. —The stages did a rushing business one day last week, having • brought over a total of forty passengers.. These were men re­ turning from t...

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 — 23 March 1901

ADVOCATE, MARCH 23, 1901. . - A THE \"UNSEEN HERALD. BY NAT1US D. CBNBB. Tho morning blossoms along the heivlits. The mists are withdrawn as py angel hands, ' And slowly to view in the amber light*. The shrouded scene, like a dream, expand#. Kojound to pulse on tlie cool, bright air— Which, but for the silence were soft and '. . ': warm— : Save a far-off summons from chanticleer, Or a houne-clo&'s bark from a distant farm. \"When suddenly, trilled from a thicket dense,, A song ponrs out from an unseen bird. That soothes thespirit and charm the sense , With a cadence sweet as o'er mortal heard. gcnrce a leaf has tinted the woods with • green, • \" v And the fields are - still dark in their sober linos, . Yet with color and beauty and joy the scene That wonderful, beautiful song imbues. Oh: I know not the name of the feathered king, ' Not a glimpse can I get of hip lifted crest But his song is the soul of the breathing • Spring, . . • And its finds a.response in my lonely breast. ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 March 1901

1 THE ADVOCATES, MARCH 23, 1901. i* iY-' 1.\"/^s us ^v§ll |0tne» PMIN OII# KITCHEN CHAP. 'V i \\ BY HOMIAN F. DAI. t Mother's fnrntthod up the \"parlor-got a M, new*hairclothset, •\"•••'.-'A' . And there ain't a neater parlor- in the county now, I'll bet. She has been tvJioardin pennies for a mighty tedious time, •ghe has had the chicken money, and'she'a sav­ ed it evcrjr time. And she's put it out in pictures and in easy chairs and rugs '• A. Got the neighbors all a-sniffin, 'cause we're ptittin on such lugs Got np curtains round the winders, whiter'n 'snow and all ot lace ' Fixed that parlor till, by gracious, I should .. never know the place. And she says asjsoon's it's settled she shall' give a yaller tea • And invite the whole caboodle ot the neigh­ bors in to see. Can't own up that I approve it seems too much like fub and fuss To a man who's lived as I have—jest a blamed old kitchen cuss. Course we've had a front room always tidy place enough, I guess. Couldn't tell, I nev...

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 — 23 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 23, 1901. ^ Cash Prices. Santa Claus Soap, per bar.,», Acorn §g?P—10Bars for. . • Gloss Soap—7 Bare for. - 2-lb. Paokage \"Snow Boy Washing Powder*'.... Good Prunes, per lb.. 4 pounds Granulated Sugar. Good Coffee, lb .. .. ^ 10 pounds Oat Meal *• •• 15pounds Corn Meal. • Choice Dried Apples, lb Cape Horn Salmon per can -.. 1 Very Choioe Strawberries, can 1!_ Good Strawberries, can 10q Cove Oysters, can - IQo Very Choioe Dill Pickles, doz . 10o u\" \" Sour Pickles, doss 8? Sweet Fancy Mixed Pickles, bottle .. -15c Sweet Cherkinp, bottle. '15° -ChoiceOlives, bottle.... ••10° ..3o • ...25o 25os .......9o • 3o 25o 10o 24o. , 25o SMITH-BASSFORD CO CASH MERCHANTS. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. •9 • ' a : : . S Have Just Arrived. With a full assortment and the largest stock of Woolens in the city,- we are prepared to give the best of satisfaction.^ Perfect fit guaranteed. Merchant Tailors. Nfi^S OF THE COUNTY. roRGSXVILLB. ' - J. L. Sullivan, who has been laid li...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 March 1901

f • \" jiHi'ifiHri'fl) .P'fCTffir Don'tPul il Off\" ' but become a subscriber to THE ADVOCATE Im­ mediately. Every- week .that you neglect to dp so you arc .missing: ahme- thlng.—$ t-60 a year, • . Oon'iYou Want-* -'tokeftp.uptoyour' nefgh- '« pott? Of course you dot *. Doft't fet then* keep yotr, posted on what is going: or*. Subscribe-for THE ADVOCATE. VOL. 39-NO. 51. STUIttrEOX BAY, WIS.. SATl KIAY. .MARCH 30. 1901. .50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. \" : ' i Loral. Items of Interest. The Leathern & Smith Co. - re members •of the Lake Carriers Association. . . The Pankratz Lumber Co.\" has not yet - hired-its crew for the ensuing season. The tag Sydney Smith is having her boil­ er put in first-iASte condition preparatory to being fitted out: A pile driver was engaged the present week putting in. new protection piles at the northerly ehd of the draw bridge. Capt. John* Brann, Baileys Harbor, pasSed througbhere Monday on his way to Milwaukee, whither he .went to fit out the schoon...

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 — 30 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE Ik SHEHTTUE5 KEI» SCHOOIiHOUSE. • Vhon raoinotT lends you back over life's high- . • •••••:• ^nys . ••• '/ , ' j HThoreon yon lmve trod sinco the glad days • i, or youth, • * i \"• )Bow eager your eyes lor ' the landmarks and byways, -a' -N-vr \"77\".'. The witnesses mute to your strivings for truth—' ' ~Tbe woodland, the meadow, the pasture and through it, r - 7tie brook that in springtime so angrily . flowed, ~ -jfead yonder the schoolhonse with paths lead-' • •••: ing to it. • : The little rod schoolhonse that stands by the • V\".'road.!'\" • • Qp there on the hill is the lioriiestead half hid­ den By groat tree that shelter in true filial love, And yOnder's the steeple whose ringing has bidden Ton oft to the comfortings dropped from ,. above': 'M»e homestead, the school, and the church in the village. j® trinity fond-of oar earthly abode _ A curse on the hand- that would home or ehureh pillage - Or lmrm the old sehoolliouse that stands by - the road! .r • . Tfcc...

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 — 30 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 30, 1901. THE liOST A»tATI. BJ W. B S. FitES. years ago. amid the sunny hills ierp Arno dashing 'makes the maddest mirth, • - , ister lived whose melody enthrills, d ever will the children of the earth. ivedand loved, not in the stately course / th which are wooed the daughters of the North. with the tropic fire in whose fierce force other thoughts but love are driven forth. time-worn tale i She whom he loved so • well1 [Worthy proved of worshiR and of trust, long he Buffered who shall ever tell? d then his heart was gathered ujto dust. atury passed. One of an alieh race, iourning idly in the master's room, self an artist of the highest place, .o day discovered in a cupboard's gloom ir Amati. Near it lay a scroll, * ar-stained. on which, wlieh once unrolled, he read . sweetly somber song which swan and soul ig when life's silver sands are almost sped. song which stirred the Paradise's wall's, d passed with our first parents tnrough the gates. even now, in half h...

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 — 30 March 1901

' '' V,' the!juvooatb, mabW 3ft, Idoi. \" - V' THE ADVOCATE. Entered in the Fostefflce at Sturgeon Dai/, NT*.. second clm mall matter, .. POBUSHED EVERY 8ATURPAY AT STUR- ' GEON BAY, WIS: . FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION, , »1.50 .75 .50 Oneyeai1.....-. Six months .... Four months ........ Two months ...\\ -j® Sfnglocopies .... . — ......i........ .06 By-Two dollars will lie charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAT, SATURDAY, MAR. SO, 1001. Cannot Commit the City. Much excitement is manifested among the electors and taxpayers of the city over the action of the common council, now being taken, towards establishing a system of wa- ' ter-works at this place, . Even political cap- ital is being made of this Bubject in the cam­ paign now going on for the municipal elec­ tion which will-take place next Tuesday. Much unnecessary talk is made and com- motioa stirred up over this matter, for what­ ever action • the common council may. take in the matte...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE. MARCH 30, 1901. THE:/ Ai STOBGEON BAt.^ATTIBDAT.MAB.30,1901. FRAIfiC LONG-,\" Editor, and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Easter a week from next Sunday,' April 7th. • ' • . ' ' , 5' ---The stores will be open until 8 o'clock on and after Monday, April 1st. j • —The public schools will-be dismissed next week to indulge in the usual spring: vacation. —Following is the advertised letter list: Mrs. Flora Breust'eu, Mr. Albert Blazier, Lome Verriden. —Monday is April the 1st, commonly known as \"All-Fools Day.\" Look out for the joker, who will be on deck that day. —Please bear in mind that the' ladies of • the Moravian church will serve meals on elec­ tion day. Headquarters in the opera house ' block. . -• ' . ' ' r —Although we have: nearly 700 sub­ scribers in the two postoffices located with­ in the borders of this city, there is still room for more. . • • —Cooler weather Tuesday put an end to the thaw, and there was less trouble, from f...

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 — 30 March 1901

THE ADYOCATE. MAECH 3(1, 1901. SONG ITNSUNG«\\? •• ••. •' H7 Sweetthe song of the thrush at dawning, WJien the grass lies wet with spangled dew, f,j$ ' Sweet the sound of the brook's low whisper jj 'Mid reeds and rushes wandering through *V: Clear and pure is tho west wind's murmur 1! That croons in the branches all day lone But tho songs unsung are the sweotest music { f And the dreams that die are the soul of song-. i| ! The fairest hop* is the one which faded, Y The brightest leaf is the leaf that fell: The song that leaped from the lips of sirens Dies away in an old sea shell. Far to the heights of viewless fancy - \\ ' The soul's swift flight like a swallow goes. For the note unheard is the bird's best carol )i} And the bud unblown is the reddest rose. Deepest thoughts are the ones unspoken. That only t he heart sense, listening, hears -. V. Most great joys bring a touch of silence, Y' Greatest rief is in unshed tears. What we heariB the fleetest echo, Y II5 A song dies out, b...

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 — 30 March 1901

m THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 30, 1901. i ' X( '.V* IKYING ABKD IN THE MORNING. I love to rove in the shady grove, 'i' , Where gentle zephyrs are floating I love to eit at $he social board, ' .\". Where buckwheat cakes are smoking I love to gaze at the golden blaze. Where 8ol the west ia adorning .: But this I love far better than all— \" To lie abed in the morning. 'That poet should sing of the joys of spring ] \"j .. Is not in the least surprising : • But I can't conceive how a man should weave A sonnet to early rising. v Though Franklin of old was a sage,. I am told, I cant go with him in scorning: v ' The blissful scenes in the land of dreams,- '• •Whenlying abed in the morning.- ' Hove to lie when the sunbeams shy , . Come peeping through the.curtains: : - „ When phantomsbright regale the sight ' With visions of coffee and muffins y - -When the birds' loud trill from'the distant lull • :- . The chorus of nature is joining ' jlf there's aught Below can banish woe, \" 'Tis lying abed in ...

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 — 30 March 1901

ADVOCATE. MARCH 80, 1901. issraamm AND SPRING MILLINERY OPENING! Commencing Monday, April 1st arid ending Saturday, April^6th. As'usual our spring opening will be fashions riiost important functions of the season-. Great preparations have been made to display at this opening the mos^ elaborate showr ing of handsome Pattern Hats it has Beeri the pleasure of ,Stu£geon Bay people to inspect. This Special Sale will supply the poor as well as the rich with their wants for Easter. Every item advertised on this circular is .worth double we ask for it. Ladies' Fine Spring: Jackets in Tan, Brown, Blue and Black, worth $6.75, will go $5.00 Misses' Jackets in Brown and Blue, • / well worth $3.75, at this sale ...... . . Ladies' Black Figured Skirts, all other • s t o r e s a s k $ 2 . 5 0 , f o r t h i s s a l e . . . . . . . Better grades in Skirts, cut pride for v this sale.. $1.98, gM8,$2.75&$3.25 Bargains in Underskirts—The best $1.50 Under­ skirts in Black, Purple, Blue and Red, I -...

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 — 6 April 1901

HistortcaT. Society r I i Don't Put it Off- Oon't You Want- but become a subscriber {p \"THE ADVOCATE Im mediately. • Every week that you neglect to do so you are missing some- thing.—®! i60ayear to keep Op to your neigh­ bors? Of course you do! Don't let them keep you posted on What Is going on. Subscribe for.THE ADVOCATE. VOL. 39--NO. 52. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1901. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Bought Interest In Knapp, Capt-. Edmund Bebeau and Engineer Joel Ashby this week purchased each a quarter interest in the fishing tug M. A. Knapp from Albert Kalmbach, local fish dealer. It is understood they paid $1,000 for the half interest. They will run the craft, as a matter of course. Is Proving a Ureal Benefit. Capt. John Tower of the Steamer Mary H. Boyce visited New York city last week and after an exhaustive examination was granted an unlimited ocean license . Capt. Tower perfected himself at Clarence E. Xong's Milwaukee Nautical school, and the success which ...

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 — 6 April 1901

THE ADVOCATK. APRIL (i, IHOI. • X\" DAIItY OK VA BAGHEIiOK. -it MONDAY. i- Roast beof tonight fpr dinner! il ate to beat the Dutch. A treat, like that's nnusual Wo.don't get mifny such. ' . TUKSDAV. The aftermath we've garnered Of yesterdays delight, From that line roast they gave us 7 Some nice cold cuts tonight. . WEWSE8DAY.' That luscious roast of Monday Is lingering with us yet •Twas served to us this evening Disguised as beef croquette. ' • THCASDAY. It seems Miss Skimp's investment»' In roast was t»ot so rash As we supposed. This evening 'Twas served again as I'ihsfr FUIDAV. Today, we all were grateful To get a little fish. No beef, we hope, remaining To form another dish. fiATOlilMY. . Y ( • Ah mo I Tonight we greeted Once more our dear old friend— The beef bones boiled for \"pottage!\" , Well, this must bailie end. SUNDAY. Gee whiz! This bents the record t Last Thursday's hash—Oh, my— , With crust and raisins added. Is served as mincemeat pie. —Catholic Standard. ®/jjr||0...

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 — 6 April 1901

:r THE ADVOCATE. APRIL 6, 190i. vv - A IiKSSOX OV SPRING. • . ', - ' BT DB. C. D. OABDETTB. At the first dawning of the year, 'tis true ' ' That it behooves to gird ourselves anew^ 'For all the work of life we have to do. That wiser through the errorB of our way, - Wanted by. its snares and pitfalls, we should Henceforward from the path we will not stray. But when the flushing glories of the 9prihg Bid Nature wakeapd all her joy-bells ring, Thea should our hopes find fairest blossoming. For mark how every livfaig thing takes heart From Spring's bright promise! 8ee the leaf buds part, Then, cold sod quicken, and thegrass blades \" . start: '• : Hark how the air by. myriad wings isstlrred, And jubilant insect hum and BOW?of bird\\ Send a thankful chorns Heavenward!' .. ^ Shall man not join this harmony of praise. And lift his nobler pasan for theto days Of Spring that quicken life in many ways? As the rich sap flows upward from the root. And vitalizing trunk and bough and shoot, Renew...

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 — 6 April 1901

:n:''XsL V/ THE ADVOCATE. APRIL FC 1901, j$nttr*d' in the nxhtrflct tUStvrgton(Bdi/x'Wit.\\at tknndclass fxaU matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATUKDAY AT STDR- .• GEQX BAY, WIS. • ' FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. ' • RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One*ye»r ...... — $1.50 Six months ... .75 Fcrar months.. —— .. —... Two months :. .25 . Single copies .... .05 Two dollars will be changed if notpaid •within the year. ' STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. APR. 6, 1901 The Vote for Circuit \"Judge. Fifteen of the, sixteefi election precincts in Door county give S. D. Hastings 1,829 votes to 491 for L. A. Calkins., Hastings' plurality, 1,338. The town of Washington \"will not materially change these figures. Brown county gives Calkins about 1,500 plurality. Of this 1,000 was cast in Green Bay city. Marinette and Oconto are for Hastings by about 1,000 plurality each, thus giving him iibout 1,800 in the counties com­ posing tile Fourteenth judicial circuit. . The vote by towns .will be given- in our next issue. ,...

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 — 6 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL «, 1901 \" . '''.-' ' • . » ' * THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, APB. 6, 1901. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor! Official Papar of City and County. SHORT TAKES. '—The planing mill of N. 8. Washbujn & : Co. started up for the season Thursday'. y . —Following is the advertised letter list: \\ Albert France,. George -Garden, Mrs. J. Koasett. . \" ' • —Teams ten*-discontinued crossing the bay on the ice, which- is no longer consid. .eredsafe. • v —The council adjourned for one week from Tuesday evening on account of the municipal election, , —J, I. Pleck is the local agent for the Stiller Brewing Co., Milwaukee, and - a car-- load of beer was received Thursday. —Piles are being driven on the proposed new canning factory site-of Thos. H. Smith, preparatory to the erection of the necessary buildings thereon.' ' —Fred M, Nelson- lost his best cow last - Saturday night, as a. result of calving. : Fred, says 'he would not have taken less than $35 for the brute...

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 — 6 April 1901

TUE ADVOCATE. AI'HII, «!, 1901. TIL.MAN BL,UI • I : \" B V B L T R T . J U T T T K . \"Wot, stranger, haven't ye beard the yartJ Sot know how X came to lose my leg,' . An' took to stumpin' on this consarft? It ijpi't purty, this hick'ry peg. Ain't lived in theSe diggin's long, I guess. ' Wall, listen then, an the yarn I'll' tell , Of thethellislvday in the Wilderness When we wrestled with Rebel shot an' shell. *'.Qur men 'was bein' mowed down like grass Our solid colums they broke an' reeled, When a child o' two, a tiny lass' I seen whai the dead men strewed the fleld» Between the ranks o' the blue an' gray - 8he stood right up with a frightened ory. An' waved her hands in a scared-like way. How did she come thar? God knows, not I. •\"Wall, Cap, I'm a rough an' ready lot, But I'm a father myself, ye see. I swore 'twixt my teeth that baby'd not Be mustered out with no help from me I paused where the soldiers fled like sheep, The gray-coats saw me an' raised their yell And back I ru...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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