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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 December 1899

L 'h THJE.ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23i/l88&rr A STUBGEON BAY, 8ATPBDAY, DEC 2a, 19D9 PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Papw of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —THE ADVOCATE• extends to its,many readers a Merry Christmas. —The public schools •will have a vaeatibn until the 2d of January, being ten fall days. —Christmas-next Monday, and only eight days more before 1899 will be a thing of the past. —Travel by rail has increased very per­ ceptibly since the boats have quit, running between here and Green Bay city. : ' •—Chas. Reynolds, while at Chicago re- • cently, purchased a span of handsome and •well-mated carriage horses for his own vise. —Scarlet fever has broken out anew in this city. The weather thus far has been quite favorable for diseases of this kind to linger and spread. —The Ladies Aid Society of St. Joseph chureh will give a sociable and card party ®t the parochial school building onWednesday evening, December 27th. Admission 15c. 1—The following letter...

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 December 1899

THE ADVOCATE DECEMBER 23, 1899. A LITTLK I,FSHOX FOB MAW • FOLKS. He tow a dear little, poor little boyi And sh e was a dear little, poor little girl. But their faces were clean and their hearts they were light, . And on each of their head was a nice little curl. . And upon Christmas Eve in their poor little room They sat with cold noses ('twas chilly, be- - canso There Wasn't much fire) ftiid earnestly talked •( Of that wonderful giver of gifts, Santa, Claus, Said the poor little boyHe will nover come here, • This garret's too high and the ihimney's too _ • t a l l , . . Besides. : dear sister, I don't h'lieve that he'll think \" Of such very poor children as we are at all.\" \"But I b'lieye he will,\" said the poor little \"And I^liang my best stockings outside on- _ the blind. _ • • -\\ Where he can't fail to seo it if passing this -way. • . : And p'raps in it tomorrow some goodies* we'll find.\" So she opened the window and - carefully tied To the shutter her stocking:, and left...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 December 1899

Svte THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23, 1899 BIT8ISE88 CABD8. D.DKCKBB, Pres. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al- : loved on time deposits. Also make abstracts, sell r«al estate and place insurance. We Own the Only Complete Abstractor Title , in Door County. Agents for A. & W-, K., G. B. &, W. and C. & N: W. By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in M. E. Jjayrrence block. EtJBEKA HOV8E, • ' LINC. EB8KINE, rroprietor. Jacksonport, \" - 7 • - ' Wisconsin : The public is invited to give ino atrial. BAT VIEW HOUSE, JOHN GOETTEIiMANN. Prop. . Sawyer, - - - e 1 Wisconsin. This is one of the best houses on the penin­ sula. There is also a first-class Livery Stable connected with the house. Drivers and rigs at all hours of the day and night. Telephone. B. 1». COUV, •• v' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Collections a'specialty. Office' over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. Y. V. DREVTZEB, V. '' ATTORNEY AT. LAW. Sturgeon Bay, • - - - _ . . Wisconsin. '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 December 1899

THEADVOOATE,' Msm The- \"Star Store\" will dose? out all .such as Iron Horses, Carts, Kitchen Sets, Commodes, Banks, Trunks Horns, Tops, Black Boards, Trucks, Rattles, Drums, Tree Ornaments, Rolling Chimes, Trains of Cars, Nine -Pins, Sulkeys, Telephones, Trumpets, Rabbits, Dolls, Washers, Balls, and Table Croquet Sets. • Candies at Sc, 10c, 12c, 15c, and 20c per pound. Christmas boxes filled with Cream Candies for 25c. V / Christmas Nuts, all kinds mixed at 10c per pound. ' ],• Dolls and B00U at 15 per cent, discount to close. Ghinaware and ^Purses at 10 pur cent, discount. Lamps with decorated shade—some­ thing that will make a fine present—at 15 per cent, discount lor Xmas. We offer these as an extra inducement to help the good work along. We thank you very much for your kind patronage this season and Slope you may,be equally satisfied in 1900. , „ We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. SMITH-BASSPORD GO. T. W. McGullough, Dealer In jREAL ESTATE, Offers some Special B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 December 1899

This paper has a guaranteed, cir­ culation of 2.300. , Advertisers know whpt that means. \" Soaioty 'vj-k--. • : x This paper is the best Jnedium for advertising in the county. fVe a fst?H did Job Work. VOL. 38--NO. 38. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1899. $1.50 A YEAR. liAKE MAfilSE NEWS. Tlie Aleoaiali'* Winter Work. A Marinette dispatch says: The ice- prusher Algomah will begin her trips from here to Sturgeon Bay January 2d. She will make the route daily, leaying in the after, noon for the east shore and' returning to Menominee in the morning. She will. eon, nect with the Goodrich boats at Sturgeon Bay and thus maintain an all-winter passen- ' ger and package freight route between the Menominee river and Chicago- and Milwau­ kee. Her primary object is to keep an open channel for the Ann Arbor carferries. No ice has yet formed on Green Bay. Which Was Drowned First? • A dispatch from Port Huron says: The question of who is entitled to the $2000 in­ surance carried in...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 December 1899

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 30, 1899. \"rrilSKlSft AboItTTHEE.\" ' BT Jinn. A. P. KIDnEn. : Cdsoig months have passed (since we parted, my - , darling: • !••• •,. Xteses'have blossomed and died, since that day, ' DRiieni ire both sat in the vino-covered arbor, * Seeking to drive sad remombranco away I .XSiw I Aave counted the lone hours without , thee *.' 3fai»i I have watched the bright stars we both love—''' • TTXIdntring: about thee whensvor I rove! Thinking about tliee, never to doubt thee— SFeelin^ that life Would lo nothing without thee I ' Loving thee ever so fondly *!\"' dear— \"Chinking about tkeeis bringing thoe near I j&ftims wore rari^ring around us, my darling, «Sin that fair morn vrhen ,we sat'sideby side yXfhan': from. your lips those sweet words came, . so gentle—.. ... 'if'Fords that ray true heart- would jealously hide! • TSftrw iiTiile. .the birds the green brandies are swaying, \"Ear from the scenes that fond memory holds dear, \"2S«rard home, sweet home, my fi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 December 1899

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 30, 1899. • XEW YEAIT8 Em , Kme. let ub pause, O son! of mine, - f ' |And retrospect the passing year. v'V^ '/. • is not like thyself, d ivine-r * ^ \"X 1'TwiU die and never re-appear. I has been just a gasp of breath, BA/sharp, convulsive clutch of Time, Rat long enough for woe and death— . •Andlarge, red vintagesof crime:.- / lad long enough—to God be praiBe!— •For victories to the sword unknown: •reath'd witli no garniture of bays, |And registered in Heaven alone.: ' If these I would commune with thee, lO, soul, the while the Old Year dies lave we been crowned with victory— v •In this year's story'forthe skies? s ' , iet ^p the ennning strings that play •The puppets of onr daily mask Birth's gains and losgea put'sway— JTWs-hour befits a loltier task. . wahaVe been eager to obtain . . , I What earthly treasures we might seize . jut such in our review are vain— : | Heaven tabes the least account of these. |he fields we search beyond the sun.' i * : ' • • •Tho...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 December 1899

theadvocate DECEMBERS, 1899. 41 THE ADVOCATE. Entered tn Me Patlofic« at sturgeon Bay, WV-. a* ttcond-class tiiail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STCR- GEOKfcBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year '. ....... $J.R0 Six months ..,.v...... .75 Four months . .50 Two months .85 Single copies..... - .... .05 BB^TWQ dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. ^ : ,. STURGE&I BAY, SATURDAY. DEC. 30,18M - A Happy Sew Year. . •' A Happy New Year each Mid all, - Wjiieh heart could wish less May plenty reign in every home, And God your lov'd ones bless.\" The Wisconsin-Press Association'will-hold their winter meeting in the city of Green Bay The gathering takes place in Febru- «y:' . Christmas was a gloomy day in London compared to other years, the great losses in the Boer war having brought mourning to hundreds if not thousands of homes through, out the. world's metropolis. A .conservative estimate made by the Times-Herald places the am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 December 1899

TUB ADVOCATE, ©ECBMBER 3$ 1899 THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. 8ATUBDAY, DEC 80, 18» PRASK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper if City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —This paper isthe best advertising medi­ u m e x t a n t . ' , • • • —Regular monthly meeting of tie com. f mon council Tuesday evening. • •• , ,i—The following is the advertised letter list: Monsieur Lambert Dejrasfe, M. W, •Bowen. —The public schools will resume -jvork ':next Tuesday morning after the eustdtuary holiday vacation. —The scarlet fever plague has not yet. : been entirely stomped out and several fam­ ines are still in quarantine. J —Be of ..good cheer! Only about eighty • days more when the sun crosses the line and spring will be ushered in once more. —The train has been making unusually good time since the cold weather set in, the road-bed being in excellent condition. . —The Christmas mail received and dis­ tributed at the office in this city was a rec- ord-breaker, and kept the employes hu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 December 1899

-• /. • - ••• -: .. /\" THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 3p, 1899. ' , - MAD JACK'S OFFSET. '''' 6V, XATBAN ». DBNSk. - \" Mad Jack's, sir—ay, ami a terror, too I\" , Said my guide, as oar bronchos browsed Near a lonely.grave by the Gila's wave • \"JTis there that ho lies safe-housed. After auch a life aa would make yon groan, .. Were half of its crime-stained record known, . Bat Mth one white deed to his credit, /Which I hope at the last great day shall stand. Not one of our band that lent a hand To bury him here but said it. u We had raced for our lives, but here at last In the chaparral dense saved hide. With the rivet's sweep, which was swift and '\" .deep,- ' ' 'Ttrixt usand the further side, That a moment more would be swarming wild, When what Should we see but a litto child , : Come down by the mesquites yonder. And plead to be taken the flood across— A white child, mark ye, and dead at loss Which way for its life to wander. \"Nearer the yells—in moment-more The child will their venge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 December 1899

17 ,* , TOE lAjDfOCATEy DECEMBER 30, 1899) ,: '\"'SS? BVBIHES8 CAKI D. DscKWvPres. H. FzrzEiji, Cashier. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al­ lowed on time deposits, Also make obatrapts, sell real estate and place insurance. , , \"We Own thei Only. Complete Abstra^t.of Title in DoorCCotinty.. v Agents for A. &W., K-, G. B. A W. and C. & N. W By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in M. E. Lawrence block. , EUREKA' HOUSE, ,'' LINC. EitSKINE, Proprietor. Jacksonport, - ' Wisconsin. The public is invited to give me atrial. YlEW/n«»USiE, . v ' JOHN GOETTELMANN. Prop. Sawyer, - - 'Wisconsin. V: This is one of the best houses on the penin­ sula. There is also a first-class livery Stable connected with the house. Drivers and riffs atall hours of the day and night. Telephono. S'B.: ATTORNEY AT LAW. ^ Sturgeon Bay, - . . -• - : Wisconsin. Collections a specialty. Office over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. ' • . -. . t, X »REVTZER,, ATTOBNEY AT LAW. Sturgeo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 December 1899

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 30, 1899. The \"Star\" thanks you for your kind pa­ tronage and we wish you a liapipy N6w SMITH-BASSFOBD oo. P. S.—7Will place on sale a lot of Bargains next week for a starter in 1900. Yours to please, 4'THE STAJT. -\"FOR— Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. Best Calf Food Known. Vat cows it increases the milk and makes more butter. ' Kratt's is the only Animal Regulator Bold, fed and endorsed by the civi­ lized world, Pratt's Poultry Food is a guaranteed eg*? producer, and keeps the poultry in good health. For Sale By JACOB NOLL is money easily earned. - You can save money by i trading with us. Iter Prices Cannot be Beat! Brussels' Only Grade........$(,80 Bruemmer's Only Grade..... f,76 \"Best\" Patent.............. 2.00 You Bet Straight .. ....-...... 1,70 Oat Meal, per lb............ 3.0 WE WANT. YOUR TBABE! Yours to please, Falk & Buehan. Notice to Farmers! Cash Paid for Eggs! rBring me all .your Eggs and Fresh Butter, for which I pay high­ est market ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 January 1900

This paper has 'a guaranteed cir­ culation of 2.300. Advertisers know what that meansi \\- This paper fs the best advertising in the county,* Wet also do Job Work. VOIC38-ND. B9, STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1900. Si .50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Waililnglon Island Isolated'. No communication has been had with Washington Island since a' week ago Tues­ day, the Door and approaches thereto being so completely filledwith slush ice u that the mail carriers are unable to get through, al­ though repeated attempts have been made by these hardy and Venturesome peoplis. Were the iee frozen solid even though not very strong trips could and would be ina^e but under prevailing conditions this is a physical impossibility. Meanwhile our friends on the island are completely isolated. Death of Capt. Keller. Capt, M. J. Kelley, a well-known marine man of Racine, died in that city within the week. Capt. Kelley was one of the oldest sailors on the lakes. He served in the United States n...

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 January 1900

'THE^TOCA^ AFTER THE HOIiU)AV». y Spent is the sunny storm of childish gladness That through the holidays mado gusty play By hall and stairway in such-worry madness, And made of toys and picture-books its prey, let still about. me are the darlings playing iWitli sueli of liielj-nackB as unbroken are. Vbilo through the panes the winter sunset, ' straying, Inweaves their sport with luany a rosy bar. Swnich them dreamfully their voices gently Soothe my sad ear but through the deepen­ ing shade • toother childish gaze seems fixed intently On my bowed head, as though some little maid Were there among them, yet not of them, seeking . With nir-tlrawn wistfulness my face alone— A&though the Vanished, out of Silence speak­ ing. liisped to my heart in mystic undertone. • Andyrhen at last the little children, weary With noiso and play, to supper or to bed Tass one by one, then through the shadows ' eerie ' I feel myself by that Bmall phantom led.' Through the long passage, up the statel...

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 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1900. • \"C: CBE8CEST ASD CROSS. V BT HATBAN D. UBHEB. ' \\ : Hark! again the* war-songs that our ancestors •:'' . \", sting,' • •. * \"Tchassin Oaglon is onl Tclmssin Onglon is 'V-' onl\" ^ 33»e BMM Bazouks o'er the Balkans hare . swung • The Cossacks are hot from the Volga and Don. , Down, down with the Crescent! Up, up with the Cross I 3 The Bear of the North from his sleep is nri- :v • curled. Shall we reckon the score, shall -we think of the loss, . . . When the Turk from his prey's to he hurled? For ages those song-hallowed lands they have v . kept ' • \" . . • \" In the dumb death-in-life of their indolent \\v.^ -- But the . tears that pur mothers and maidens • ' . have wept • v Are fallen at last on retributive seed. Down, down with the Crescent) Up, up with • : the Cross! Bastinado them back to their wastes and their caves! '. , . : Shall our altars wax Mold, shall our ton\\ba gather mold. When the Turk's to be reft of his slaves? Forgot they the w...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 January 1900

S# ps SÂ¥-d'ZZZZ ? \"'. r ' »-'i X THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. •v •::JBM*rut In A« Postqffiee at Sturgeon Bai/i 1VU., at J second-claw maU matter. ~ PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR- GEONiBAY, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and .Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ...... .................. .... ....1.80 Sir months... .55 Fonr months ....... .50 Two months'... — .25 Single copies...... ~. —.... ................ .05 |S^\"\" Two dollars •will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JAN. fi, 1800. : Hie famine in India is steadily spreading and now includes 3,000,000 \"or more people who are receiving aid wholly or in part from tho* relief that has been organized by the government. . Fire on Monroe street, Chicago, at an oarly: hour on Saturday morning injured nine firemen, two of them seriously. Prop­ erty to the value of nearly $1,000,000 was also destroyed. There was an increase of ^$140,673.76 in the receipts by the state on account of th...

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 January 1900

V.-, . --V.' THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. 8TOBOEON BAT, SATURDAY, JAN. 0, 1900/ JTBANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS , OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Following is the advertised letter list: MisaClara Fisha, Wm. Oaklfiy, Mrs. Bans- t e r . • ' ' - . i ' • • —The W. C. T. U. will hold their annual meeting on Tuesday- afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house of Mrs. David Lewis. . .—John Ryan is having his pile-driver re- built, and as soon as completed a lot of driving will be done for the K. P. Co. —Contracts are being made with farmers for $4.00 a cord for 16-inch green maple wood.' The rate for 4-foot is about 50 cents less. —There is a very bad case of scarlet fever at the home of Jule Collard, in the first ward, the afflicted \"one being his littje daughter* ^ —It was altogether too cold for pleasure out of doors on New Year day, consequent- ly the public resorts were well patronized by those, of convivial disposition. —All the salt fish la...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 January 1900

pfei , . , THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1900. «OH5I BOWERS APPKESTTICE- • • HHIP.-. s. yri. ro& ~ When he was twenty-flve years old, John , Bowers graduated, Arid men of commonplace ideas pronounced \" him educated ' But h\"e took three years for travel t o learn Rus­ sian pessimism, To study old Italian and German mysticism. Then came a hard post-graduate course which took him three years longer Then though his health was very poor, his in­ tellect was stronger. His physical condition now approached eman­ cipation, , The doctor ordered two year's rest for hia recu- peration. He studied law—it took three years its myster- '/ iesto unravel, / And then to study foreign law three more V : . long years for travol, Wiien he returned his big mustache, with long •gray hairs was threaded, i- He'd lost his eyesight long before .and now j - was quite bald-headed. When he was thirty-nine yeira old, our Intel-. lectual giant Hung out his legal, shingle, and then waited . ' for his client, :...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1900. BDSINESS CAW». D. D*CK*B, Pres. H. FETJSBB, Cashier. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al- -i lowed on time deposits. Also make abstracts, selireal ©state andplace insurance. We Own the Only Complete Abstractor Title in Door County. '' AmntBtor lL &Vf., K., G. B. A W. and C. & K. W. By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in : M. E. Lawrence block. JEttJOEKA HOUSE, - \\ LINO. EBSKINE, Proprietor, 'tfacksonport, - -V Wisconsin. The public is invited to give me a trial f JBATT VIEW HOUSE, . JOHN GOETTELMANN. Prop,. 'Sawyer, - - - \"Wisconsin. This is one of the beat houses oi» the penin- sula. There is also a first-class Xivery Stable 'connectedwith-the house. -Drivers and rigs at aU hours of the day and night. ^— B. 1». CO»V, ATTORNEY AT.LAW. Sturgeon Bay, ' ' * • , - Wisconsin. Collections a specialty. Office over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. ttRGUTZER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, - - Wisconsin, v Business attende...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1900. •}:s% Start the nevy year right politically by keelping up the procession at the \"Star\" Store. Remnant Sale To make room for Spring.... stock. we place i on sale 500 nice new remnants to close at 50 cts. dollar \" CalVearly while the assortment is complete. We also ffsave a nice line of Shoes that we will make some very low prices op :— *I»adies' Shoes at 99c, $1.19, $1.33, $1.50 and $1.75. 35 prs. Ladies' -\"Shoes to close »t $1.49,''worth $3.50. 100 Men's and Boys' Caps go ••••Vatt i9c, 25c, 39^ - 49c and 69c. 25 Ladies' Winter Jackets we offer •way below manufacturers prices—a $3 Jacket for $1.75 $4 Jacket for $2 Tacket for $3 $6 Jacket for $4 $7 Jacket for $5 $8 Jacket for $6 trjsnd a $9 Jacket for $7. Men's Overcoats at $3, $4, $5, $6, $7 and i$io. * Men's lllsters at $3.99, $5, $7, $9, $10. 1 pound of good Mooba and Java Coffee for. 10c, worth 15c Other Coffees at. ...llo, 12c, 14o, 20c,25c, 30c and38c Fine Hobey Prip Syrup, per gallon,. .......

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