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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 June 1901

- i • f - : - i THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 15, 1901. sam rnib game. THE MUSHROOM, AND THE OAK. . , BY JOKl BEXTO.V. , The mushroom and the oak In the meadow stood together, : When-the fornjor, in his cloak . Nearly white, briskly said: : \"I have just got out of bed. And I find the world is radiant with ~ good weather. 1 - :y. •. , I see a thousand pretty things— •'... Hewers with color, birds with wings -That fly so far and so' fleetly ' .But there's one thing puzzleB me most com­ pletely: How a tree of power and size Should take so long to rise. I at once sprang from the ground. And have hardly looked around, And have not been here an hour • But, to win your state and power. As your yrinkiedriessappears, Took a dozen score of years. . Look at me, And you'll agree ' I am whole and clear and sound Isn't that a perfect dower? .h And I've not been here an hour!\" Then the oak To his callow comrade spoke \"AH depends on what you set yourself to be— Whether mushroom, or a tree. Very little nee...

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 — 15 June 1901

Tlffi ADVOCATE. JUNE 15. 1901. Ill -We have just received a complete assortment 3 of Budlong's.Pickles, which we can furnish in bulk 3 at 20c per quart. India 'Relish, Chow Chow, a Budlong's Sweet Jerkins, Extra Fancy Mixed, 1 a n d § 5 m a l l S o u r . . . . 3 Talk About Baking Powder Schemes! we have a good one. ^ Just call and see the assortment of dishes you get with one pound of Globe Baking Powder at 50c—1 fruit dish and 5 sauce dishes. This is the best offer ever placed on the market. . We always have special bargains in Dry Goor's | for Saturday. | SMITH-BASSFORD CO., | CASH MERCHANTS. § John & Wm. Bassford, Props. 1 \"Follow the Crowd to Wagener's.\" Busi 1)655 as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali­ ty in goods. You might just as well fool around the time-honored buzz saw as to get any but the best drugs. There are none better than we keep. Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. NEWS OF THE COUNTY. The Thirsty Season IS NOW AT BAND. Stiles & Co's. New F...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 June 1901

\"' I • 0600 COPIESTis our guar- | a ahteed, bona.\".fide circu- lation. Are you. among the » number?. If not, lose no time J in getting there. $1.50 pays | for a whole year's subscrip- i tion. I ^Historical Society Ml YAftfiBST CIRCULATION t of any weekly newspaper • » {/ Jmblishei ia the state, oat- » J side of Milwaukee. No pa- J teat inside* 05 plate matter * tised. AU set upaiid printed at home. '•/ , • • » VOL. 40--N0. 11. STURGEON BAY. WIS.. SATITKDAY, JUNE 22. 19(11. S1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Gleaned From tbe Local Field. *• The tug Allie Chipman was in port Satur- lay while bound south. The steamer John Denessen brought an •excursion party from Green Bay Tuesday. The scpw-schooner Alert, recently pur. tchased by Capt. Harry Johnson, cleared Tuesday for Gladstone. . The schooner A. F. Moore was wind- bound in port Tuesday while bound north with a cargo of fish barrels. ^ The tug Duncan City took a scow-load of lumber to Milwaukee Saturday. She re­ turned to port T...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 22,1901. A SOSO OF GOOU COI'5«KI» • B* C. A. STEPHEN'S. . , Brave boys, would you lite wisely, . To God and Nature true, i Hfear ale, slid I-precisely' NT/Will tell you what to do. This world's 110 place for wearing Light webs of fancies grand. Bnt for firm will achieving High purposes with strong hand, if weaklings deem it cruel That life so hard should be. Deem thou all hard things fuel For victories meant for thee! ' , March on and never, weary,. With firm and steady pace: But like the lark be cheery. And skyward turn thy face. Who frets prolongs his sorrow, Who fears makes strong his foes, And double woe tomorrow . From golden dreams will flow. Nor dreams nor doubt, but stontly The task that nearest lies Perform, and wait devoutly On God, who helps the wise. He helps no fools, and rightly Lays vauntful sinners low, Who hold the helm not tightly When windy passions blow. And evermore in danger. With gleesome faith be strong The devil remains a stranger To'bre...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 June 1901

T] IE*ADVOCATE. JUNE 22. 1901. CUSTABO AND MUSTARD. Sugar-toothed Dick For dainties was sick, ' r r : So he slyly stole into the kitchen, , . Snatched a cup from the pantry ' : \" And darted out quick, . Unnoticed fcy mother or Gretchen. •\"* ' Whispered he, \"There's no cake For tomorrow they bake, • Bnt this custard looks rich and delicious. How they'll scold at the rata Or the mice or the cats, : . tor of me 1 don't think they're suspicious. \"They might have filled up Such a mere little cup. And for want of a spoon I must drink it, - But'tis easy to pour— Hark-1 who's that at the door?\" And the custard went down ere you'd think it. With a shriek he sprang up: To the floor dashed the cup, * ' Then he howled, tumbled, spluttered and blus- y . tered, . . Till the terrible din • *7- . Brought the whole. Household in— He had swallowed a cupful of mustard I v'\\.. • - .• (Stature and Art.) TREES AND FORESTS. BY PROF. JOHN M. COULTER. . , Forests have always been admired, and in ancie...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 22, THS }AaTOGATE. Entered in tKe Ptetafflce at ttturpdn Say, at ^ / fico'nd clatf maU mailer. , PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY XTSTUR- GEON BAY, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. . *1.51 One rear....... 81i months .... Four months ....— ........... . Two months Single copies ........ SST\" Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JUNE «, 1901 THE WISHES OF THE PEOPLE NULLIFIED, The common council at its adjourned' meeting Monday night passed the water- works and lighting ordinance over the veto message of Mayor Harris, the vote standing six to two. Unless the people appeal to the courts they will be compelled in spite of their ex­ pressed wishes to the contrary to do Some­ thing on which they have already se:t their seal of condemnation most emphatically. It is not that the people are opposed to the waterworks and lighting project, but to the manner that six men have set about to accomplish, their ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 22, 1901. THEABVOCITE. STCBOEON BAI. BATVBDAt, JUNE 22,1001. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Papal\" of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —The M. W. A. will hold a regular meet, ing next Monday evening. —Wm. Long now.occupies the lower floor of. his building with the barber shop outfit. . —Home grown strawberries have appear, ed in this market and by ansther-week they will become plenty. —St Joseph parochial school closed for the summer vacation on Tbureday after a session of ten months. :—Following is the advertised letter list: Severt Tostenson, Will Kehr, George San. do, Mgr. of Decoration Day Races, John L. Schmidt, Anton Geitner. . —Good progress has been made on the new store building of Bassford Bros., the walls being up above the first floor. Anoth­ er month will see the straature pretty well undercover. - —There will probably be a special riieet- ing of the common council before the end of the month to consider saloon licenses, which'should be on...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 June 1901

** THE ADVOCATE^ JUNE 22. 1901. , • THE roqjlt Otit) MAN. oilJins. ntrru c. TAYLOB. •, '•'Poor old man:\" ! With a pitying «igh We torn aside as lie passes by- ' With trembling step, and dejected air, . And garments suoh !s the beggars wear. Hisiocks are gray, and the wintry wind Assails him rudely is most unkind: And even the little children plan To tease and trouble the poor old man. * Ahl he who wanders forlorn, alone. Had once a fireside of his own!, , . ' Where wife and children, and friends so dear. Were wont to gather with heart/ cheer Where fortune smiled in her brightest way. And all the hours were glad and gay And never a thought intruded there To spoil a picture so sweetly fair A cload stole over the seeno so bright The birds that had nestled there took their flight/ . . And heard no more were, the songs of mirth. Where Penury shivered beside the hearth. AU of the treasures that he'd amassed ' Out of his keeping vanished fast, Like tides that slip when the way is free, •...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JI NK 22, 1901. itrnrt, HOME AND THE CHIIjIHtEX. BX MSB, SI. A. KIDDER. \"Home arid the children— Ah i these'Are our treasures,\" A young loving couple Once said unto me. , \"No matter how much we Enjoy life's fair pleasure, We turn with delight To our fireside, so free- . \"Vie, love one another! Test that's the foundation On whioh we have built, up Our dear little nest. - ^ • A cottage of white : - \" . In a sweet situation, . Where one may be busy. Or thankfully rest. \"Ah I could you but peep in 5 Just after the dawning.: And see our two little ones Climbing the stairs. , • With pattering footsteps . , To bid us 'good morning,' - You'd thing we had sunshine , To brighten our cares. * \"Yes. home and the children : Make life worth the living ' And time seems to fly On the wings of the dove. And what with receiving : * God's gifts, and the giving • We seem to abide Xa a world full of lovei.\" . Wise father! Sweet mother! : I thought as we parted You've'touched the tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JUNE 22. 1901. Warm Weather I finds us with a full line of Men's, Ladies, and . 1 Children's UNDERWEAR on hand and, as you f know, oar room is limited we are prepared to give some very low prices: Men's Fine AH Wool, Light Weight, worth $1.25, suit. .95c . Men's Fine Quality Balbriggan, woith 69c a suit, at....5Qo Men's Heavy Ribbed, worth C9c, each 30c or suit 50\" Men's Fine Balbriggan Summer Shirts and Drawers, : - worth 5Qc a suit, at. .. .. 30c Ladies' Sleeveless Vests at............ 3oc, 20c, 15c, 10c & 50 Ladies' Vests with Sleeveb at i... .50c, 20c & 15c !*i Children's Summer, all sizes at.. ....., .20c, 17c, 16o & 15° - We will have another lot of that prize baking powder with the berry sets, that we sold out last,, week. Rush in and get a pound. j SMITH-BASSFORD CO., i CASH MERCHANTS. 1 • a John & Wm. Bassford, Props. | Hmimnmumtamiitmmmutniiiutimumutitniniitmittinninunitnmnttin 1 'Follow the Crowd to Wagenp •%.' Biisipe$$ as everyone knows, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 June 1901

j 2600 COPIES*** our guar- J ] anteed, bona' fide circu- £ « lotion. Are yon anions the * J number? If not, lose no time. J ^ in getting there.. $1.50 pays J • for a whole year's subscrip- J . tion. /' \" • i I A jiistarioal Society ' |^A«QEStT ClffClSlATIpN I ( of any, weekly newspaper • .••• I published in the staW, out- J si|l? of Milwaukee. No pa- • t tent inside* or plate matter J * used. All set np.and printed ' '1 i at home. * \" ' * . ' ' v • VOL. 40-NO. 12. STURGEON BAY, WIS.^ S^TU RDA Y , JUNE 29.1901. $1.50 A YEAR. m LAKE MARINE NEWS. Slesnei From the Local Field. _ The new tug .being built at the shipyard is in frame and work, will be pushed, on her from this on. The scow-schooner Mishicott was wind- bound in port Wednesday and Thursday •while bound south. , The tug Smith took a scow-load of stone to Manistee Friday. She: returned Sunday morning and got away for Muskegon again the same day. \" Among the craft, on the sectional docks at the shipyard this week was the s...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 June 1901

/ THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 29. 190J. .fWritten for Ttas Advocoto.J 1 MEMORY. OF \"OM NIG.'f (Our old black cat.) v V BY SAMUEL M. HESDEBSON. This /morning while the dew was on we buried poor \"Old Nig,\" ••' • Death an oak tree in tlio garden, in it grave which I did dig Due east and west, just« three feet deep and there we left a trace ©f what we hope mar alwaga bo oar old pets' resting place. k little waif she came to n» just fourteen tears '• ago, \" Ab black aa coal she gave-asmany kittens white • assnow,, We book her when she had no home, this black* foor-footed friend, h our onr old Nig's fidelity we always eonld de- • pend. . . is one of onr household, she had the best of care. And many a dainty meal for onr pet did we pre- .'pars -. y.-..-^' She was one of God's1 dumb creatures, affection­ ate and meek. Appreciative always, although she could not speak. Jn a quiet restful spot 'neath the oak trees' leafy - shade, . ' - The remains of onr devoted old feline friend are • laid . ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 29, 1901, \\ - . . -V SO MUCH MAY BE DONE, There i» much that may be done While the gUtt'ring lifejsands ron: It ye be but earnest-minded, — -^~-r If ye go not weekly blinded By gay Fashion's hoartlqes lolly, iOf a selfish melancholy By a momentary pleasure, r - ' Or a love of ease and leisure , Lured not by the world's false beanty • Frjrn the narrow path of doty. Macti there is that may bfe done By an earnest-minded one. There is ranch that mnst be done ' Ere the victor-crown be won! In the fierce and deadly strife, ^ : On the battle-field of Life, Should a soldier kiss the ground, Thon mayest stanch the bleeding wound, Stay the tott'ring, falt'ring step Cool the parched and fevered lip - v- Give him back the priceless, boon .... Of a lifetime, to atone. Much there is that may be done . , By a brave, true-hearted one! 1 There is mnch that may be done By a gentle, loving one! Hers sweet Mercy's prayer to breathe \\ Hers the manly brow to wreathe : With fadeless ...

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 — 29 June 1901

TflE ADVOCATE, JUNE 29, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. Entered in ike Portofilce atSlurytm Bay, ni»., a» V fttorid clem maU maittr, - PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STOB- GEON BAY, 'WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year . . •1.5'1 Six months JFour months .50 Two months .25 Single copies ...: ,v« ...... .05 Two dollars will be charged if-not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, JUNE 20,1001 Of the more than $8,000,000 revenue col­ lected by the state government from the various sources during the past two years, $5,000,000 was paid in by the railway com­ panies. ' The legislature has so changed the law that the next mayor elected in this and other cities of the state will serve for two years instead of only one. This applies to all cities of the third and fourth class. A son of Secretary John Hay fell from a third-^tory window in Hartford, Conn., on Monday and he was instantly killed. This misfortune caused the father so much grief and sorrow that he...

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 — 29 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JUNE 29, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. BTUBGEONBAY, SATURDAY. JUNE 29, 1801. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County'. SHORT TAKES, —Following is the advertised letter list: I. M. Crane, Capt. Chas. Gregory (2j, J. B. Haven (3). ' —The annual school meetings will be held in the several districts next Monday evening, July 1st. —After next Thursday you will not be compelled to put a revenue stamp on checks, telegraph messages and drafts drawn thro' the banks. .—The band will give a ball in Pflle's new hall just beyond the city limits on the af­ ternoon and night of the Fourth. They are to have the building free of cost, which is the principal inducement. —Arthur McKercher will open his new furniture store in the Masse building by Saturday of next week, the building being practically complete with the exception of putting in the glass front. —The-society of Epworth League of the M. E. church, will give a strawberry and ice cream social at the home of F...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JtlNE 29, HOW MTTLE WE KNOW. BY MAOOIK 80BEBT80K. How little we know of each other As we pass through the journey of life, •With its straggles, its fears, and temptations—, Its heart-breaking cares and its strife. We can only see things on the surface, : For few people glory in sin. And an unruffled face is no index i To the tamolt which rages within. How little we know of each other! The man who today passes by. Blessed with fortune, and honor, and titlcn. And nodding his proud head so high. May tarry a dread secret with him Whioh makes of his bosom a hell. And he, sooneror later, a felon. May writhe in a prisoners'a cell. How little we know of eflch other! • That woman of fashion who sneers At the poor girl betrayed and abandoned, -And left to her sighs and her tears. May, are the snn rises tomorrow, - • Have the mask rndely torn from her face. And sink from the height of her glory To the dark shades of shame and disgrace- How little we know of each other! Of ourselv...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 June 1901

I^HB ABROGATE, JUNE 29, 1901. Jarm antr ^oim. WHAT THE MOTHER SAYS. BY HUB. IATSK IJIXTOX. .. S \" Yes, I know there are stains on my carpet. The traces of small muddy hoots And I see yonr fair tapestry glowing, And spotless with blossoms and fraite! And I know that my walls are disfigured v With prints of small fingers und hands . And that yonr own household most trnly In immaculate parity stands. And I know that my parlor is littered With many old treasures and tjys While yonr own is in daintiest ordeij, Unharmed by the presence of boyB! And I know that my room is invaded Quite boldly all hoars of the day - While you sit in yours unmolested. And dream the soft qoiet away! , Yea, I know there are three little bedsides - Where i,must stand watchful each night White you go out in yoar carriage, \" And flush in your dresses so bright Mow. I think I'm a neat little woman I like my house orderly, too V And I'm fond of all dainty belongings Itet would not change places with yon: JS(o! ke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JUNE 29, 1901. 10-yd. Dress Patterns, worth 70c, at 55C « « - . 4 4 \" 7 5 c , a t . 5 8 c •Â« \" • \" \" 80c, at ••68c »• 411 14 ,4 90c, at 65c A large assortment of Ladies' Kitchen Aprons at 10 c. Ladies' Wrappers to close—and they must go. Ladies! Wrapper*—regular price 85c—now. ....65c « « \" \"fl.50—now...$1,35 \"$1.40—now... •' 1.10—-now... \" 1.45—now... 1.15 90c 1.25 We always have special bargains for Saturday. SMITH-BASSFORD CO^r CASH MERCHANTS. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. \"Follow the Crowd to Wagmer'a.\" Busipe^ as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali­ ty in goods. You might just as well fool around the time-honored buzz saw as to get any but the best drugs. There are none better than we keep. Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. The Thirsty Season IS FFOW AT HAND* Stiles & Go's. New Fountain offers everything heart could wish for in the way of cooling beverages. Our fruit juices are made from real ripe fruits and our ice cream from r...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 July 1901

( T •/jhlfe.* A4 ,} 2i0° COPIES'is our. guar- ] anteed. bona fide circu- \\ t lation. Are yon among the » number? If not, lose no time ? in getting there. $J.50 pays ^ for a whole year's subscrip- 1 * tion. J Hfistorioal Soaiety | I AROEST CIRCILATIOV | -... of any weekly nefespaper ^ •i published in the state, out- » J sideof Milwaukee. No pa* f 4 tent inside* or plate matter ^ J used. All set np and printed • \\.j at hotne. • t VOL. 40-NO. lit. STURGEO^ BAV. WIS.. SATURDAY. JULY 6. 19oi. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Fire at the Shipyard. Fire at the shipyard Monday, night de­ stroyed the engine house. The lire was first seen . along about 1 o'clock by a tardy passer-by who noticed the fiamea on the roof around the smokestack. Mr. Rie- boldt, who lives near by, was awakened and he tried to send in an alarm, but for some reason the system did not work. A mes­ senger was according sent up to the engine house to give the alarm. All this took time, as a matter of course, and by...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. -JULY 6, 1901. THE WAITER OIRfj. She comes, she comas upon my yearning sight, . Like friendly beacon sliining thro' the night. What tho* thy hands and feet belargo-thy head . ' : . And countenance alike he fiery red * My joy at seeing you is past control— Thou token of plenty to my famished soul I 8ho comes to learn my slightest whim or wish, And murmurs— \"Souporflsh?\" Daughter of Erin, skittish are thy ways: Perchance my meal you'll bring some of these . days. O, why procrastinate? Why, why so slo\\rt Art waiting for the h$m and eggs to grow? At lengthy she comes again uponthe scene Like champagne bottle popping ont its cork She shouts out— \"Beeforpork?\" O, fair one, tho' no drinking man ami— I fain some milk, light beverage wou)d try. •Not only hungry am I, but athirst And ! could drink until my hide would burst. O. for ice water, milk or lemonade. Some cool drink bring me, oh, though lovely 'maid At last she sees my signal and far off Shouts at me— - * Teaorcoff...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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