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The fifth number of the Advocate will be put on sale today. The table of contents is as follows:
"Rondeau of Conceit," John A. Macy.
"The Lamp of Ophir," Charles Clayton Dana.
"How I fell upon Thieves," Julian Palmer Welsh.
"About Captain Cupid's Hearth," Clay Arthur Pierce.
"The Stone that Rolled," C. Irving Wright.
"A Novel Presentation," S. H. Pillsbury.
"Old Martin's Story," C. B. Newton.
"On Hearing Music in a Church," Percy L. Shaw.
"The Hand that Bled," Spencer Kellogg, Jr.
"Now She is Gone," Robert P. Utter.
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