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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 19, 1901, m -i: iiSSS IifTTLE BROTHER. BXJOTEIi - What mystical cordage, t wonder, V T f- V ..^ Does memory ri.se.ia the brain, .»'*.v To'bind np her rolls of remembrance. And loose them uubidden again? What touch, telegraphic, unties them. ' iTp flutter and flit into light? What cerement wonderful binds them Asleep through the counted years flight?\" The sweet scented breath of a blossom, Can bring us the garden, I know: The sound of a song, or its echo. Shall waft as the Long, Long. Ago But these mystical doors,.that, unbidden, . So swiftly and silently turn. : . With never a creak in their hinges, Nor that our sensessdisce'rn— v -key •What light, subtle touch of His finger Must there lie on the sensitive brain. To bind these intangible atoms. And free them to action again! \" • To keep them in safety, still waiting, . These pictures by memory made. Untarnished by rust or corrosion Of clustering years overlaid! Aweary, I wander on downward • e To the beautif...

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 — 19 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 19 il901. -'' THE ADVOCATE. Bntmd in tie Poitofflce at Sturgeon Eav, Wil., at ' \" stcond clatt mail matter. . PUBLISHED EVEBY SATUBDAX AT STUB- GEONIBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One rear. .... .... tl.so fix months ... .75 onr months......... ........... Two months Single copies — ............... .05 tW Two dollarswill be charged if not paid within the year./ 8TDKGEON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 9,1001 Tte health of Governor LaFollette is very much better, if the press reports are to be relied upon. President -Roosevelt's policy is very pleas, ing to the. Southerners, anil if it is continu­ ed as he set out there will be no more Ma. son & Dixon's line by the time the next campaign opens. ' Henry Watteraon, of the Iiouisville Cour. ier-Journal, has .announced himself as a candidate for president on the Democratic ticket three years hence. He will first strike' out for\" the governorship of the Blue Grass state and if successf...

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 — 19 October 1901

V\" \\ '-P' . ' THE ADVOCAm OCTOBER 19. 1001. Vr. *.r..A. THE ADVOCATE. BTCE&EON BAY, 8ATUBDAY. OCT.19,1901 FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —C. L. Sorenson is engaged in erecting a new barn to replace the one destroyed by fire in August. —Please to bear in mind that yon can have The Advocate sent to your address - from now until January 1, 1903, for $1.50, —Panl Lavassor had the misfortune to fall last Friday afternoon in such a manner as to break the bone of his left arm below the elbow. —There were ten traveling men on tlje •' train Monday night. The road.is doing an excellent business, which is constantly grow­ ing greater. —The steamers are running wild now, and people who travel never know when and where to strike them, causing much trouble, delay and additional expense. —Potatoes took another drop in the Chi­ cago market Wednesday, and local dealers were therefore paying 40 cents a bushel as : against 45 and 50 cents a f...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 October 1901

t' ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 19, 1901. •TURNING A CORNER. H .. BY MBS. M. A KIDDKR. Turning a corner?- A hazardous thing Easy, perhaps, to a bird on the wing Bat to poor mortals, shortsighted and rash, .Eager for business, or cutting a dash. Subject to blasts from a merciless clime, Coining yelocipedes, racing on time. Runaway horses, or anything brisk, Turning a corner is running a risk. \" 1 Turning a corner in trade often brings Man face to face with the most stubborn , . . things— . Facts never thought of. till, rushing on fast Bounding the sharp point, he gets .the full b l a s t , . . . ISprth wind, or South wind, as fortune may \"•**.- blow. Making or marring bis prospects below: Tradesman within, or tired traveler without, Timing a corner is facing a doubt! Turning a corner! Oh, maiden bewarel ' Time, the great artist, may silver your hair. Carve the deep wrinkles, and dim the bright -V •.' • eye! t . Look to your \"chances,\" and choose, ere they fly— - V • • Choose, and \"despise ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 October 1901

TTTE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 19. 1001. jfiinu mb Home. 7 THE IiORDS OP tiABOll. They come, they- come, in a glorioM march. You can hear their steam-steeds'neigh, ... As they dash through Skill's triumphal arch. Or plungo'mid the dancing spray. Their bale fires blazo'in tho mighty forge. Their life-pulse throbs in the mill. Their lightnings shiver the gaping gorge, . And their thunders shake the hill. • Ho! these are the Titans of toil and trade. The heroes who wield no sabre But mightier conquest reapeth the blade. That is borne by the Lords of Labors Brave hearts like jewels light the sod. Through the mists of commerce shine. And souls flash out. like stars of God, From the midnight of the mine. No palace is theirs, no castle great. No princely pillar'd hall But they well may laugh at the roofs of state 'Neath the heaven which is over all. Ho ! these are the Titans of toil and trade. V The heroes who wield no satire • : But mightier conquests reapeth the blade Which is borne by the Lords...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 October 1901

ADVOCATE,' OCTOBER 19, 1901. Did You Sag rilirtf Coats? Well, don't say anything more, but just come | arid look over our line. We have them at all prices: = 85c, $1.00, $1.40, $1.75, $2.00 & $4.00. 3 We have just received an invoice of forty dozen of the latest styles and best qualities, ranging from : 25c to $1.50 Take a look at our 60c cap. It's a 3 : winner. . . V / . ' \\ - v y . . Gloves and Mittens Gur line of gloves and mittens are second to none. Men's Gray Lined Working Mittens at 50c, 60c, 75c, 90o and $1. Our 60c and 90c line are special bargains. Boys' Palmed Mittens at ~ 24c—worth 30c. Better qualities at 45c and 50c. , Call for Aluminum Money—It Will Interest You. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. •'Follow the Crowd to Wagener's.\" Oetober Is Jlere! with its raw winds and stormy weather. Protec­ tion against chapped.hands can be had by using... A toilet preparation of ex­ quisite excellence........ Wagener, Hotel Waldo Pharmaoy. Wall Paper at Cost! For the next tw...

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 — 26 October 1901

So, 7HK ADVOCATE USES No Patents Nor Plates. - \\. ft AOTOC4T* CUIUS The Largest Circulation COMPABE XT WITH OTHEB WEJEKLY PAPERS. or Ajnr wKEKtr is kobthebj* wiscoxtrvs. STURGEON BAY, WIS:, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1901 VOL.. 40-NO 29. .50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. A Sew Carferry to be Built. Captain Bice, of the Crosby: Trans, Co. of Milwaukee, was in port the first of the week for the purpose of consulting with Rieboldt, Welter & Co. in regard to the construction of a new carferry and to obtain figures thereon. The local shipbuilders have not yet fully •decided whether they will submit a bid for the work or not, as they now have contracts •enough on-hand to keep them busy until next spring. She is to ,run between Milwaukee and Grand Haven and must be delivered in October, 1902. • Will Be-Bultd the Lightships. Rieboldt, Wolter & Co. were the succes­ sful bidders and- have secured/the govern­ ment contract to rebuild tie lightships Nos. '55, 56 and 57, located at Lansing sho...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE, OCTbBEH 26, 1901. FAREWEUi, . y . . ' •Farewell, hopes, and thoughts. and feats •JKarowell, day*, and months and years :ItevreU, old delight and woe: .^Pflre-ft-elli self of Ions ago . , In the old familiar place •Time sped on in slower pace— Past recall indeed you lie,- . Days, and months and years gone by, Now the old familiar door .Shutsus out forever more! ' Farewell house—no more our home! . Others, in the yoars to come, \" Hither homeward will return- On the hearth the fires will burn \\ : Children that we do not know- Gather round the blitlisoine glow Other feet will tread the stair, Other guests be welcomed there, We, whose home it was before, ..Shall be strangers evermore, '.May be, in the years to come, Past the house our feet may roam— • • •Over all a subtile change . Will have stole and made it strange, •And the house we leave today Will have vanished quite away. .&a this house's joy and care We shall have no lot nor share •All our life herein will seem...

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Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 2ti. 1901. MEMORIAL. FLOWERS. • ~ ' BY CALEB OT.TiS. \"I seek sweet flowers by the river side,\" ~ She said, \"I seek them in meadow and glen, vl seek them where the fairies abide, . And tKe wood is p^ipl^d'wittffiltislti men, They smile more sadly than in those flays • When I sat alone by the beautiful s&a And watched through the slumbrous, violet G 'haze • The ship that brought William, my own, to •fy -. . me. .. ' t , \"William was goodas God evermade * Alasi I know it more fully now .. . _ \\ Than when we walked in tlie hemlock's shade-, y Or gathered flowers on the bill's greeii brow.' Our loves grew ripe on the bright hillside / Where we carved our names oh the chsstiut' v • tree, For there I promised to be his bride—, • v '' .The \"bride of a pailor just home from sea: •'\"We 'oulled sweet flowers from the richest ' vine,'. . And four-leaved clover down by the stream. While - the bright waves laughed,: and the warm sunshine . Crept iti like a Joy on....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 26, 1901. The Advocate. Snttnd in tA« Poetofflce at Sturgeon Bav, fflj., at tecond clatt nail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TUR- GEON£BAY. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and, Proprietor. / BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. •••'•S? Rix months ....... .7R Four months.. .so Two months ,23 Single copies .... ....' .06 tar Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. . STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. OCT. 06.1901 TIMELY TOPICS OF INTEREST. instead of 00, us required by the law. thatthe N0 OPPOSITION TO F . S.' MI80R- franchise was not submitted to.the vote of tbe The tax Ievy for the ensuing year having been made prior to the letting of the con­ tract for heating the new school building, some other method for raising theaddition- al $3,000 needed will have to be devised. The percentage will be $25 on the $1,000 valuation which is upward of $3 more than it was last year. Said a government official to the writer the other day \"the business men of thia city dono...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 October 1901

irn' THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 26. 1901. v-v'\\y . V -M THE ADVOCATE 8TCBGEON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 46, 1901 FRANK I/ONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following is the advertised letter list: Frank Baptist, Melia Enatson, Nelse Nel­ son, Axel Nelson, Andrew Oleson, Louie \"Verriden, J, Warren. —October beats the record for weddings • m tins city and vicinity, hardly a week passing but what there are half a dozen of these very interesting affairs. —Masters who bay wood by the cargo are paying $3.75 a cord for good maple this fall. When sold about town, the price is , from 25 cents to 50 cents higher. —This paper from now until January 1st, 1903, for $1.50. Now is the time to send in your name. Otherwise you will miss all the good things that it contains every week. —Capt. Wm. Anger has bad his residence painted a shade which adds fully 100 per cent, to its appearance, and the casual ob­ server will hardly recognize the structure since the change...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 26 October 1901

ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 26, 1901, • . DEATH DEPOSED, -v'1 WJIXUM AtjLIXOHAM. ' ' / Death stately came to a young main, and said \"If thou wert dead, What matter?\" The young man replied, \"Se6 my young bride, c'.'-j? r \"Whose life were all one blackness it I died. Hy Ij&nd requires me and the world's self, too, , Methinks. would miss some things that I,can . do.\" . • •• Then Death in scorn this only said, , \"Be dead,\" And so lid. was. And soon another's hand Made, rich his land. .... •••• The sun, too, of three summers had the might To bleach the widow's hue light and more light, * \" - _ Again to bridal white. And nothing seom'd t o miss beneath the sun Bis work-undone. • But Death soon met another'man, whose eye Was Nature's spy ± AVho said, \"forbear thy too triumphant scorn. The weakest born Of all the sons of men is by his birth Heir of the Might Eternal and this earth Is subject to him in'his place, i • ' . Thoa lear'st no tracer. . : r , \"Thou, the mock tyrant th'at men f...

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 — 26 October 1901

t 'j£ U\\TJ \\ ' —THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 26, 1901. SSSSS^ LIFE'S DARK IilGhtEI). \\ r 11V CHARLOTTE T. BATES. The day was block with clouds and care, . No touch of brightness anywhere • •God seemed a myth, and life a thing To which fear only made me cling. Iloolced within, I looked without, • / But nothing saw to light my doubt. ^ C \"Oh. for the comfort of that friend, - Now at the earth's reinote.st end! - In such a frame, just he alone.. Could, with his strength, my spirit tone, \" Or, through his kindred feeling, give • A solace to this life I live.\" '• Thus ran my thoughts, hut liie the wind ' A strange, strong force sweptclose behind - It swept the half of self from ine, . And nerved my soul for mastery. Doubt Stood and Vis it.Qod _ » Speaking thy BOUIquestioned: from out the clod?\" • \"No time for parleying,\" I said ' • \"Enough, I live, so lately dead. ' : . True life, what is it but the trust : Ofall but duty in the dust: / The soul's brave motion on, right on. Without ...

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 October 1901

THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 26, 1901. •iwrww»ri»wi»w»itmwwiw»wmwifwmwwwftwiwnnmmwiTtitwtmTWww* dm yo » say Duck Coats? t Well, don't say anything more, but just come and look over our line. We have them at all prices: 85c, $1.00, $1.40, $1.75, $2.00 & $4.00. g We have just received an invoice of forty dozen. g : of the latest styles and best qualities, ranging from \\ : 25c to $1.50 Taike a look at our 60c cap. It's a 3 : winner. Gloves and Mittens * Our line of gloves and mittens are second to none. - Men's Gray Lined Working Mittens at 59c, 60o, 76o, 90o and $1. 3 \"Our 60c and 90o line are special bargaina Boys' Palmed Mittens at ~ 24c—worth 30c. Better qualities at 45c and 50o. ~ Call for Aluminum Money—It Will Interest You. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. •UMmmutuuuuuuuuuuuumtuuuuumtuaauiiiiiiu»\"»'»mm\"tmiitnHj u the Oroied to Wagener'a Oetober Is with its raw winds and stormy weather. Protec­ tion against chapped hands can be had by using Q A toilet preparation of exÂ...

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 November 1901

THX ADVOCATE TOM Nq Patents Nor Plates. , COMPABE IT WITH OTHEB WEBKLT •. pafebb. ,,rT ' TH* JUJVOCAT* cvilits , The Largest Circulation // or AM wztitt rx novrRznx X'WIfCOHSIS. VOL. 40--N0 30. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1901. #1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Cleaned From the JUJoal Field. The barges Advance and Alert are loading lumber at the Pankratz mill this week. , The schooner Chas. E. Wyman was wind- bound in port Friday last, while bound up with cargo. The tug Duncan City cleared, for Wells, Mich., Sunday, evening to get a scow loaded with lumber. A slip of the pen caused us to say last week thai the Georgia had been laid up. It was intended to say Chicago. The schooner Belle, loaded with cord- wood, was brought in from Green Bay on Wednesday afternoon, and sheltered in this harbor. The tug Thomas Thompson occupied the boxes at the shipyard Monday for a recalk- ing below the water-line arid some addition­ al iron aft. The rebuild on the steambarge Edward Buckl...

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

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBERS, 1901. IiPOKINO BACK. BT MBH, *• A. KIWJEB. . Late in the autumn of life, After tho toil and the strife, : When Home is nearest, After the fabric is wrought, • After the battle is fought, • ' : Then we see clearest. Then, as the mist clears away, Showing the fast fading day, . Golden with glory, . ' Bead we. my friend, looking back Sadly along the dim track. RightlylifeVstOryl' Then we see', lacking youth flre. Why the p*6t hope and desire Failed of fruition • Why the rare seed we hare sown Sever has .quickened and grown, Shorn of its mission. , Then we know why, taking wings, Vanished so many dear things Left to our keeping I Why, suite of sunlight and dew. Oft we but cypress and rue\" Found at the reaping. After the lesson is learned,' After the trophy is earned Through tribulations. As on the border we Stand, Then we can see the Wise Hand Guiding the nations. Aye, at the last, taking rest. We can say, \"All for the best. Labor and sorrow.\" Brighter and br...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 November 1901

lite-\"- THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 2, 1901. °v THIRTV-XISfE AND OXE. A vessel iw voyaging over the sea,:: • And two-scare of passengers.,on board had • she V • Thirty-nine of the masculine sort, And a. charming young lady' the captain brought. And .thirty and nine were all shot though Ivy Cupid But the charming yoaagtady thought tl:em all rather Btupid. Maude saw them alone, and she saw them to­ gether, . How they looked in a calm, i and after, bad ' weather ' There were tall ones, and short ones,' Fat, lean, rich and shady, But all were alike deep in lore with the lady. She could sot love them all, so what was'to' he done?- She consulted the captain, who suggested some fun. , . \"Tomorrow,\" said he, \"if the day should be .calm, Just jump ft the sea, and it shall do you no harm . I .. And the first one that follows, to rescue your life, -v-'-. - \"WU1 have the first claim to make you his wife.\" The next day was calm, and over she fell. And thirty-eight passengers followed as well ...

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

T]?E ADVOCATE^ NOVEMBER 2. iI901. THE ADVOCATE. Xntered la the Pottbfflc* at Sturgeon Say, Wl»., at tiamd clast ntaU mattn. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TUB- QEONSBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. .... .... tj'.so Six months.... .75 Four months . ,50 Two months ,2S Sfaftleoopies .06 ja*\"Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STUBGEON BAY, 8ATUBDAY, NOV. 2. 1901 TIMELY TOPICS OF INTEREST. Russia is facing another famine, which is spreading over a large area of the country. \"What the people of Russia need is more ed­ ucation and enlightenment and less army and navy. Door county's proportion of the state tax will this year exceed that of last by $2,il4.- $8. ill 1900 it was $6,051.12, This year it reaches $8,156.01. . The county will re­ ceive more than this in the way of mill tax, of which the levy is very largely composed. The management of .the Pan-American exposition at Buffalo finds itself about $4,- 500,000 in de...

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

THE ADVOCATE,\"NOVEMBER 2,1901. THE ADVOCATE. STUBGEON BAY. SATURDAY, NOV. 2.1001 FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. ONlglal Papir of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Hie'Board of Education meets in regu­ lar session next Monday evening. . —Periltigo has an epidemic of diphtheria, there being forty cases in the Tillage at last reports.'.'. —Forty hoars' devotional services were held in St. Joseph church during the first of this week. —0. G. Laner, the laundryman, this week sold all his personal effects at auction, and is making\" preparations to move with his family oat west. j —Prof. Swan has secured a valuable, ac­ quisition to his band in the persons of Ar­ thur McKercher and Dr. Gordon, both of whom are old musicians. —Following is the advertised letter list: Chris Ohristianson, Mrs. Embroson, Henry Schack, Caroline Simons. , —The ladies' sewing society of the Mor. avian church will ineet with Mrs. Martin Knudson on Wednesday afternoon of next week, the 6th inst. —Owing to the ...

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 — 2 November 1901

THE ADVOGATE, NOVEMBER 2, 1901. 7 AT THE DOCTOR'S DESK. BY MB8. riNDLKV BRXDEN. '•I am only Noreen! And I'm sitting right here in.his.beautiful ' • room, / Which ma said I might sweep with my own little broom. 'Tig bright as can be. not dark as a tomb, Lite some rooms I have seen.- \"He mates sick people well. And he's now out of town for a night and a .day. I often pame here when Iknow he's away And when I sit down, why, I ijust like to st^y. For there's no one to tell: • H. \"He's my oousia, and just Like a brother as well, for I've none b&idtj So,often I go in his bnggy to ride. It's nice to have some one in whom to confide- In whom yon can'trust. • \"Here's his paper and pen. And a letter to mail to\" Miss Allie Leer, Whom dear Qbusin Will has neglected, I fear I I'll take it tight now, for the box is quite near. He forgets—like all men 1\" . Down the street Koreen goes r And -the letter goes, too, CouBin Will wouldn't send! Tho' his proud heart was breaking, he wouldn't unb...

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