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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 April 1901

THE ADVO€^ Jmm mtfr pome BY MARY WUttLEY. ' • . ' To tho sick-room where the sufferer slept, .'. And one through ilesoiate Uaj's her watch hart • kept, A little bird flew once—a sliy, wild thing— And dropped upon the will -with folded wing. Dull-eyed the watchers gazed, and did not . ' ••.•' '.stir: ... • \\ •: \\Vhat was a little wandering,.birdto her V Tor whom the world wa^narrowed, to the space -.: •' That held one pitiful, death-stricken face? . Idly she gazed, and Jo the tiny throat Vas stretched with sudden rapture! one clear ' note Thrilled upward, then a hurrj-ing throng Filled the hushed room with such melodious ' 'song. I That the poor listening heart was touched to J tears. ' 'And all her haunting douMs and cruel tears Albeit the shadow of her woe drew nigh) Took flight forever—who shall answer why?, • Not in the mighty wind the Lord was heard .• A Btill, small voice—a little singing bird— Xt so He will, cati bid tempest ceas« And to the hearts He braises utter peace. W...

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 — 6 April 1901

ADVOOATK. AI'IIII.. 1901. 'Follow the Crated f-o\" Wagencr's.\" e p e r s arc up to tbo high standard this drug house has set. It has taken less than ' two months on this side of the bay to convince shrewd buy­ ers that our stock is the clean­ est, freshest and, most up-to- date ever shown in this city. Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. But to err is hu^ We are Going Out OF THE ..Wall Paper.. Business! and will close out our entire stock at about Half Price! Must be. sold immediately to make room for our increasing DRUG BUSINESS. Come and look over our Job Lot of Remnant Bargains. STILES & CO. CORNER DRUG STORE. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back if you want it. Farmers Attention! PURE FARM All kinds of Clover, Timo­ thy Orchard and Blue Grass, also Wheat, Barley, Oats, and Scotch, Field and Mar­ rowfat Peas. We always carry a com­ plete line or the choicest of Seeds. ' Teweles & Brandeis. Takes Place of Milk. CALVES! CALVES! Every farmer can raise salves now, as you...

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 — 13 April 1901

Don't Put it Off- but become a subscriber to THE ADVOCATE Im­ mediately. Every week that you neglect to do so you are rnisslhg some- thlng,—$ly60a year : [•lutorlcal •-Society Don't You Want- toktjkp up to your neigh­ bor*? Of course you dol faouT .let th«m keep you p^stedVorr what is goihg on. Subscribe for THE ADVOCATE*. \"VOL. 39-NO. I. STURGEON BAY, VIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 13,1901, #1.80 A' YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Awaiting the Outcome Thei'e is a period of suspense in the minds -of the members of the L. T. P A. and M. JE. B. A. just about now, and there appears to be trouble ahead for either theowners or the associations, and probably both, which must come to a head within the next few •days at furtherest, None of the tugs have thus far begun active work in the way Of fitting out, notwithstanding the old crews have been requested to do so. The owners thus far have not agree® to pay the scale -asked, hence operations are^at a standstill. .. Will Complete Their Dock. The partly b...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 13, 1901. Olil) SAWS IN UHVMH. BY n. «. 1HJD3K. . If .yon don't like it, lump it don't blow your own horn: ~ . i Too big for tits buttons acknowledge the corn. . ,.\" Standing' water's unwholesome—a standing :-v . debt, too • .•: And only give hbnor where honoris duo. % A* clay in the potter's hands • might maketh - right • • vV v-'r • Do not be the tailto another one's kito. : The sweet bread of idleness mostly is crust He eats humble pie he.takes nobody's dust. ' A jewel is consistency all fiddle, faddle 8trike the dog in the manger' your own canoe paddle. Jfflrsing troublo don't mend it: speak not than speak ill: ' s Tfie Still pig's the one which gets most of the • swill. .. ' Upon its own bottom each tub ought to stand Christinas cometh but once in a year hand in hand. The children of old maids and bachelor's wives Are perfect: shank's more but the fittest sur-' rives. Any port in a storm: going off like hot cakes Inyour pipe put-and smoke it slyboots: no g...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 April 1901

\\ • TBE ADVOCATE. APRIL 13. 1901. TO THE HIliliS. i BY AMCE CABY. , Wake, wake, my love! through the shadows grim • That frighted and fast are fleeing. We can almost see the face of Him In whom we have our being. I hear the grasshopper's 'chirre, chirre.\" 1 see the long-winged swallow, ' And the sleepy mist they are all astir, -i , And crawling out of the hollow. : And now the light, half gold, half green. Full at our'window streams in— 0 never a gladder ground was seen For a painter to paint his dreams in! 1 know the hedge where the robin trills— I know where the peach-tree blazes. And where along the flanks o' th' hills And spurs of blushing daisies. Likea bud when the coaxing rain is about. So is my heart this morning— And all things bright are calling us out. And all things brief are warning. Awake, and away to the hills withme! 'Xis the sweetest sweet spring weather— Ah, what have the angels more than we, \\Vh:n hearts that love are together 1 . . ' (Prom N, Y. Sunday Sun.) J...

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 — 13 April 1901

THE ADVOCATES, APRIL 13v 190fi OCATE. in tfit Av!,-^.-e at Sturgeon Say, Ills., M *t\\vmi nmii matter. .. rOKLISHED EVERY SATUKBAY AT STOB- OEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor audi Proprietor.. KATES OF SCBSGlltPTION'. One year •— .... —1.50 Six months .75 Fonrmonths .60 Two months ............v............ .85 Single oopies ..... ........ ....... .05 HP\" Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. . \" * STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, APB. 18.1901. Miss Hellen Oonld has recently given $400,000 toward a sailor's home in the Brooklyn navy yard. England's deficit on account of the South African war is given at $225,000,000, and the debt is still piling up at the rate of more than $1,000,000 for every twenty-four hours.-' '•' Col. Bryan's paper, The Commoner, is pronounced a flat failure by those who are on the inside.. Mr. Bryan is evidently a much better talker than an editor and busi­ ness man. • , The official count gives Judge Hastings a plurality of 1629 in the . four count...

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 — 13 April 1901

. /.r Til K ADVOCATE. APllIL' 13. I'.Kil. THE AD^CXGatqe. STURGEON BAT, SATURDAY. ^PU 13,1901. PRANK ..LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following is the advertised letter list: John Rosholt Robert Kezo. , —Martin Dehos has commenced work on his proposed store building, whiph is to be 25x50.feet, two stories high. :—A. new hardwood floor h«« been put in the, opera house and the. same will be opened as a skating rink this 'Saturday.eve­ ning- V —Martin Knudson's wagon works con­ tinues .to be crowded with orders, frequent­ ly keeping the establishment running over time. *' —Eoads are drying out and business im­ proving accordingly. Good roada and good business go hand in hand. This is a hint to \"the wise.. —Work has been commenced on the frame of the Geo. H. Washburn residence. The frame of David Houle's building is up and being enclosed. —The city council have not taken action as yet relative to the acceptance or rejection of the pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE. APRIL 18. 1901, A DKI3AM OP JIY l,OST lAVI3«r. • •'. . ' BT VKBX KVUS.DAIAA8 . They wake me from my happy sloop—-' The moonlight's pure and pallid beams, Diana fair, Diana cold, \\ Why hast thou bid me leave my . dreams— • 'Those dreams as warm as thou art chill— . That still my senses stir and thrill. What were they? Ah! they fade too soon I know not whrre our paths had crossed. Or, if 'twere eve or night or noon. The mem'ryof all this islost. But one thing I do not forget— . Our lips in one long kiss had met. r And bitter years were blotted out' With all their meed of loss and pain. As we may never meet on earth, ' I and another met again Amidst some wild, tare dreamland change That made all well as it was strange. Kioh odors from unnumbered flowers r And murmurous music filled the air, ' . And all adown the golden hours We drifted to somesweet nowhere. The whole world for our own had we. And Lov»,was our eternity. Diana pale, Diana cold, 'Twas well to banish dream...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 April 1901

fi'i'W: THE ADVOCATE. APRIL 13, 1901. OF AN A^KIfi GONE. JIV XATHAS D. CIIXEK. .' I'sought today, ill a tbonjrhtftil mood, - \"'The narrow path ot an ancient wood, \" - -- Near an old time farm of my boyhood days. Which ever allures my wayward feet When April showers, with voices sweet, ' ' ' Are whispering rhythms of hppe' and praise. And airily there beside me walked . A little woman who langhed and talked / In tones that no ear but mine could mark— A slender figure of timid mien, . /With step as gentle as e'er was seen, . v And eyes and hair that were softly dark. Sometimes she stooped for a Bpray of fern, Sometimes a tuft of moas to turn, - To spy if a violet peeped beneath: And at last, when we came to the worn turn- • stile . Which crosses the path at the first half-mile. She shyly paused by a hawthorn wreath. And, while faster and fainter she laughed and 'talked Eight out of sight through the trees she walked. Leaving* me wondering-how.she had flown Only a glimpse of a scarle...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 April 1901

• \\ 1 THE ADVOCATK. APRIL 13, 1901. , Gut* line of Boys * and' Youths' Shoes is com­ plete, as we . carry a full line of Mayer's School Shoes, which we can guarantee to give satisfaction. . Little Gents' Dongola, worth $1.5\\ at $1,25 Boys' Kangaroo Calf, worth $1.80, at. 1,65 Boys'^Whang Leather, worth fl.40, at........... t.25 Youths' Box Calf Bal., worth $1.75, at.. 1,$5 'v Youths' Windsor Calf, worth $1 50, at 1,35 Youths' Vici Bal., worth $2.00 at 1.80 Youths' White Oak Brand, worth $1.80 at |,65 Our line of Infants' Shoes iB also oomplete and we fean quote you prices all the way from 15o to $1.15. SMITH-BASSFORD CO., f CASH MERCHANTS. f John & Wm. Bassford, Props. | ZuuuLiLitiiiiWUUUUUiLiiiiuiuiLiLuiiiiuuLuiuuiiiuiimkuuiiuiUiiiuiiutiiiiiuu ? •Follow the Crowd to Wagoner's.\" r's are up to the high standard this drug house has set. It has taken less than two months on this side of the • hay to convince shrewd buy­ ers that our stoek is the clean­ est, freshest and most ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 April 1901

( Don't Put it Off Hlufcrtlaat SoaUty r. • 1 Don'tYou titers?\" but become a subscriber to THE ADVOCATE Im mediately. Every _week that you neglect to do so you -are/missing some- thin^—$1 .60 a year. tO ke*p up to your nel^b- bprrs? • Of courso yoci do f Don't let them keep you posted d'*-w)naE is going en. . Subscribe* for THE ADVOCATE. VOL. 40--NO. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS.,' SATURDAY, APRIL 20. liioi. $1.S0 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Navigation Open on Green Bay.- The big lake tug 8. M. Fischer with car- .ferry barge No. 2 in tow arrived in port Monday night on her way to Peshtigo, Leaving her consort at the dock she started ottt early Tuesday morning to break a chan­ nel, but on reaching the mouth of the bay found the ice so firm that little or no pro­ gress could be made. She thereupon turn­ ed around and came back to await a more: favorable time. During Tuesday night a heavy rain and wind storm set in and con­ tinued until Wednesday morning at which time the tug went out and bro...

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 — 20 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AI'RII. 20, 1901. RKST. • BV t'BRCr SOMEHS PATNE. Sitpuce, sleeping on a Waste of ocean ' Snudown, westward traileth a red streak : One white sea bird, poised with scarce a motion, ' Challenges the stillness with a shriek ' Challenges the (stillness, upWard wheeling, / : Where some rockypoakcontaineth herrudo ' nest, . . While the shadows o'er the water they come steal­ i n g , . - , J ' As they whisper to the silence: \"Thore ia rest!' Bown where the broad Zambesi river Slides away into some shadowy lagoon, ' liies the antelope, and hears the leaflets quiver. Shaken by the sultry breath of noon the water ripple in its flowing, Feels the atmosphere with fragrance all op- preset, Breams his dreams, bat the sweetest is the know- ihg •: That above him and around him there ia rest. Conturiee have faded into shadow Earth is fertile with the dust of man's decay pilgrims all men were to some bright El Dorado, Bat they Wearied and they fainted by the way. Some were sick with ...

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 — 20 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE APRIL 20, 1901. GOOD-BY. BY MAOOIE BOBEBTSON. .. 8oft Mis the raooniighV8 silvery\" rays. Glistening the creat of the wavelets dancing Fair is the maid by the shore who strays. Gladness' and hope from her bine eyes glancing. NpW She is nearing the trysting-tree, Soon her true lover she's fondly greeting Little she thinks, as the momenta flee. This is to be their farewell meeting. • - Sad wonld the heart be, O bitter the sigh. Could we know when we're bidding a last good-by. No longer the moonbeams gild the Ude Athwart the sky is the lightning gleaming. The yonth has sailed from his promised bride, Safe in her home she is sweetly dreaming No dread forebodings disturb her sleep. Peaceful, she rests on her snowy pillow Her love tha while, where the surges sweep. Lies cold and still 'neath the foaming billow. Sad wonld the heart be, O bitter the sigh, Conld we know when we're bidding a last good-by. And through oar lives we are dropping friends. Bidding good-by without thou...

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 — 20 April 1901

$'- ' THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 20, 1901. THE ADVOCATE JSitemf in- tiie hxki&tce a! Sfitriiemi lia#, IV?*., w - Matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SA.TCKDAY AT STUB- * . , OEON BAY,: WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. KATES OP SCBSC1UPTION. ' •One-year-...— : •— ''•Â£? Six months.. , Four months .nu Two months ... ••• ~. j® Single copies ... v ! •••••• -y5 CSr-TvPo dollars will be charged if not paid .within the year. ' .0 8TOEGEON BAY, SATURDAY, APIU20,1001. In the course of a trial by a police mngis- . trate in the city of Milwaukee recently it ' was found that a boy aged fifteen was the ° sole support of a family of twelve people. These comprised his grand-fathee, mother and ten children, including, himself. His earnings averaged about $3 a week, and out of this meager pittance the rent of two rooms had to be paid also. This ,is one of the most distressing cases that has ever fall­ en under th(3 notice of the police nut lion ties -of the Cream City, and it is fair to assume that promp...

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 — 20 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE. APRIL 20. 19il. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAYT8ATUEDAY. APE. 20.1901. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following is the advertised letter list: Gertrude Kawson, Mr. Skilear, Fritz Kirck- husch. . —Edward Reynolds was offered the chair­ manship of the finance comniittee, but de­ clined to accept the position. • —Bussell & Lindsley have recently com­ pleted a neat and convenient cottage for Mrs. McLachlan in the Third ward. —A force of men are now giving the streets a cleaning and renovation, something that is very greatly needed. , —Patsy Curry is having an addition built to his residence at the corner of Cottage and Court streetsj the same being of brick. • —The R. P. Co. are busily engaged in planting their, early crop of peas, and many bushels of seed have already been sown. —The rummage sale under the direction of the ladies of St. Joseph church society commenced Thursday, and there was a good 'attendaneeof buye...

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 — 20 April 1901

— THE ADVOCATE. APRIL 20, 1901. 0£irm THE WKAIiTHY .ONES. Bi t. M. CARPENTER. . Who tire the Wealthy ones? Tlio men who own broad lands ot worth, And rent-rolls long and mansions fair Who linen fin( and broadcloth wear The women prond, with idle handsi Where gleain and flash gay, jeweled bands? We call these rich, but yot I say This world holds greater wealth today. The man his fellow-men may trust Whose dealings honest are and justs , . The man whose lips do own no lie, Whose soul is clean beneath God's eye Whose mind is never conscience-tossed In long night hoare by vain remorse, This man, 1 say, owns wealth so great, Tie measured by no earthly weight. The woman blest, npoh whose breast A child's bright, nestled head doth net The maiden who is pure and good, A sweet, white flowor of womanhood: • The child who through long life shall bear' The blessings of a mother's prayer These hearts sach jewels rare do hide, That earthly gems would pale beside. The souls, mayhap of humble birt...

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 — 20 April 1901

. THE ADVOCATE, APEIL 20, 1901. _. ' '•'•v /. gome. THE, DEFECTIVE NAIIi. BT THOMAS BONN EXOJ.ISH I looked at a carpenter nailing one day : ^ \"Some weatherboards on in a workmanlike way. And saw that the claw o£ the hammer he clapped To a' nail - which the moment before he had tapped.. jlnd, drawing it out, threw it by with'a jerk, Took another instead and went on with his work. \"Wbat's that for?\" I asked him. ''Have nails grown so cheap That yon toss them away as too worthless to keep?\" \"No,\" he answered, \"it bent in the driving, and . .so, '• • Lest it make a bad job, to the ground it most go. \"We draw while we're able,\" he said, with a grin. \"For we can't-pull it out, once w6 hammer it in.\" When the nail had been followed by one that was \" good, I noticed beside it a dent in the wood— The mark had been mode by the base of the claw Through the strong force exerted the bent nail to draw And there the depression, to eyesight quite plain. Though twice painted over will d...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 April 1901

TUK ADVOCATIv. APRIL 20, 1901. ' ' T AST week we called . your attention to Boys' .-*-4 and Youth's Shoes, this week we want to es­ tablish the fact in your mind that our line of Wo­ men's Fine Shoes is also complete. We carry a complete line of Mayer's famous Milwaukee sjioes and those of the'Smith-Wallace Shoe Co. Wornen's Vioi Kid, sizes 4-7, width D-E-.$2.00 Women's Vici Kid, sizes 3V£-6K width D-E-EE..... 250 Women's Vioi Kid, sizes 3-7, width D-E.. 275 Women's Vici Kid, machine sewed, sizes 2}£*-6—D... 300 Women's Kangaroo Calf Balmorals, sizes3-7—E-EE 2.10 Women's Reindeer Skin Balmorals, sizes 3-7—%EE 2.00 Also carry a complete line*of Women's Oil Grain. Working Shoes. Call and look over our line. CO., 1 CASH MERCHANTS. , | John&Wm. Bassford, Props. % 'Follow the Crowd to Wagener's.\" epers are up to the high -standard this drug house has set. It has taken less than two months on this si'de of the bay to convince shrewd buy­ ers that our stock is the clean­ est, fr...

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 — 27 April 1901

Don't Put It Off- but become a subscriber to THE ADVOCATE Im­ mediately. Every week that you neglect to do so you are missing some­ thing.*^ I .60 a year. VOL. 40--N0. 3. Ann 17' kiitiridaV Society J STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 27. imi Don't Tou Want- to ke«p up to your. neigh­ bors? Of course youdof Don't tot them keep you posted on what Is going ' ©n»- Subscribe for THE ADVOCATE. SI.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Gordon Reported Barned. A telegram from South Haven to Leath­ ern & Smith from the engineer of the steam. * barge . C. J. Gordon says: \"Gordon burned, leave here Saturday.\" From this it would •Seem that the little steamer had bees de­ stroyed by fire, though nothing has ap­ peared in any of the daily papers. The '' telegram was only received Thursday, how­ ever, which may account for this. The Gordon left here Tuesday morning iso could only have just arrived in port when the mishap occurred. * : Dahlia (Setting Buoy*. •' The lighthouse supply steamer ...

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 — 27 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE. APRIL 27. 1901. EKE VOU DEPAttT. - - Br JOHN sr. triuBSTOS. ' Speak to hor once boforo you plirt. . Htive you forgot ten liovs- fond «he would dwell : is tljo passionalti woids fr(m your proud Jlj s foil, • • Thrilling hisr sonl with their wondrous spell? ' Hasten, O hasten! hor Borrowing heart,. - Longs for one love-wordero yon depart. • Speak to her onco before you part ' Take her tip tenderly hash each wild fear. Kiss from her pale face each anguishing tour. Whisper the tidings she waiteth to hear..! ' Thou art hor idol, king of her hearts . . Speak to her kindly, then, ete yon depart. Speak to her onoe before you part ' Toaare ao strong tod she is BO weak. It is so little, one love-word to speak Tour pride is killing her, blanching her cheek, Wasting her youth and destroying her heart. Hasten to comfort her ere you depart. Speak to her once before you part Dt» you remember that fair moonlight night, When you knelt at her feetjn the beautiful light, Vowed that you...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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