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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 January 1900

frl* This paper has a guaranteed cir­ culation. of 2.300. Advertisers know what that means. C •. v» : vv' soaUif» This paper is the fe$t medium for v? vr advertising in the • county. We also ' do Job Work. VOL. 38- 40 STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Reported by the Lookout. - The Dnnham Tug Go. have the tuga T. T. Morford, Perfection, O. B. Green anil J. 0. Evans in commission for winter service. Capt. Ed. Gillen, of Racine, has been awarded a contract to build a new dock at South Chicago, for which $11,000 Will be emended. : Fishermen operating off Two Rivers are : greatly impeded with in their work by slush ice, 'Which extends a considerable distance out into the lake. During November the carferry steamer Pere Marquette made fifty-two round trips between Manitowoc and Ludington, involv­ ing a run of about 6,450 miles. A good deal of repair work will be done at the Goodrich plant at Manitowoc during the present season. In, additio...

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 — 13 January 1900

\\ - THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1900. •THE \"GRAYBACK\" ON THE COAST. BY CAPT. GEO. II. COOSElt. y-V- , What has become of those gray-back ilMithenst.crs, once so common on the Sew England coast? Not but that we ' kne nov and then a southeaster\"rain­ storm t hilt when has there been witness­ ed anything like those tearing old \"gray- :.6arkSv\"Wo or three of which were form- nf/ almost sure to conic every fall? Ihen, a vessel caught, in any bight of fee ltiud,_as the sky began to thicken and turn gray to the southward, was in »deplorable position, indeed-, She had •oty to carry sail as long as she could, then heave-to under a close-reefed main- fDpsail, and take the chances of the jibe's abating before her leeway should swallow tip the distance between herself and the shore. How could my mother have given her consent to my going to sea? Indeed, •ftp did not give it , it was wrested from -Ifr by siege. The garrison was her ''leart the attacking force, her boy,— fcvitig, well-meani...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1900. TJWK TABUBS. MAP OF CfllttGO, MILWAUKEE&ST. PAUL snPERIOBDrVI8ION. &2S9tanr •MOIA MEMW CHICAGO S0LID TRAINS! FAST TIME f e Pullman Buffot Sleeping Cars. ^Dining car on trains 2 and 8 between Ellis Junction ana Champion. ..All Ticket Agents sell tickets via the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul. Sleeping Car accommodations can be secur­ ed by writing or wiring. O. H. HEAFFORD, * .' G. P. &'T. Agt, Chicago. W E. TYLEB, . D. P. & P. Agent,Milwaukee, 'Wis. , KEWAUNEE SHORT LINE. RAILROAD. THE POPULAR ROUTE Between ' ... .• / Green Bay, Winona, La Crosse, Stevens Point, Grand Rapids,- St. Paul, Minneapolis, and all points in the West and Northwest. THE KEWAUNEE, GREEK BAY & WESTERS R. R. SHORT LINE New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Buffalo, Detroit/ and Toledo. 4m FERRIER ACROSS LAKE MICHIGAN BOTH 8UMKER AKB WINTER. J. A. JORDAN, General Manager, J. B. LAST, Gen'l. Freight & PaBS. Agent. , GREEN BAY,, WIS. ~ ~ Ahnapee &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE', JANUARY 13, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. JUnttrtd In the Pottqgict at Sturgeon Hay, in*., at ' ' tecond-clattt mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ATSTUR- OEONiBAY, WIS. * PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ...... ... Six months Four months...... Two mojiths Single copies.... .... *1.80 ...... .75 80 ja .05 . __ Two dollars will* be .charged. If not paid Within the year.. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 18,1800 . Phi}. Armour, the millionaire pork pack­ er, has decided to leave Chicago and: locate at Los Angeles, Cal. x : » Two Hirers is to have a system of -wister works and .electric lights, and a special election will be held in due time to vote on the question. .It is feared that three fishing tugs have gone down in Lake Michigan off Grand Haven. There are a total of twenty-one men on board. Capt. It. P. Fitzgerald, one of the oldest vessel masters on the lakes, died at Mil­ waukee within the week. He was also large­ ly interested in vesse...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 18,1900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —^The(Lady Foresters will give: a card party and social at the parochial school rooms this Friday evening* • —Fuel appears to be more plentiful in the citynow than in years past, and prices have taken quite a drop in consequence. - ' : i —Mrs. Mullen will soon visit our citizens with a full line of books, among which may be mentioned the war in South Africa, life of Otis, etc. , —Capt. and Mrs. Chas. Allen mourn the death of their 10-month old boy, one of the twin babies, the sad event happening on Saturday night, hnd the cause being bron­ chitis. •• • _••• —R. T. Thorp says that the stage line be­ tween here and Menominee will be re-estab­ lished as soon as the ice on Green Bay be- c6mes strong enough to bear the weight of teams. • —Ice boating has been sadly interfered with in this bay. by reason of 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 — 13 January 1900

i-fr1 • THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, VBG COSlXWRI'M OF THE WORK- 4 shops. /When the flush of a new-born sun foil first on Eden's green and gold, Onr father Adam sat under the Tree and '*•. scratched with a stick in the mould: And the first rnde sketch that the world had seen was joy-to his mighty heart, Till the Devil whispered behind the leaves: \" It's pretty, bnt is it Art? • Wherefore h&called his wife, and fled to fash­ ion hisworlc anew— The first of his race who cared a fig for the V V first, most dread review , And he left his lore to the use of his sons—and that was a glorious gain When the Devil chuckled \"Is it Art?\" in the ear of the branded Cain. '• They builded a tower to shiver the sky and • wrench the stars apart, \" Till t)xe Devil grunted behind the bricks: \"It's striking, but is it Art?\" , TKe stone was dropped at the quarry side and' the idle derrick swung, While each one talked of the aims of Artj and each in an alien tongue. They fought and they talked in ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1900. 1 ' i BU8IHKB8 CAKDS. D, DECKEU, Pres. H. FETZEH, Cashier. ,Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al­ lowed on time deposits. Also make abstracts, sell real estate and place insurance. We Own the Only Complete Abstracts Title „ ij - in Door County. Agents for A. & W., K-, G. B.& W. and C. & Nfw. By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in H. E. Lawrence block. :£IJBL!KDI HOUSE,, - IilNC. ER9KINE, Proprietor. Jacksonport, - - Wisconsin. The pnblio is invited to give me a trial ' 'BAY VIEW MWDSE, R JOHN GOETTELMANN, Prop. v . Sawyer, - - Wisconsin. This is one of the best houses on the Penin- : sula. There is also a first-class lAVery Staple ^connected with the house. ' Drivers andi ngs atallhaurs of the day and night. Telephone. R. p. ©O»Y, , • r ATTOltNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, X-x - • Wisconsin. •i Collections a specialty. Office over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. \\ . , f 1. V.1KEWTZEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW: Sturgeon Bay,'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE JANUARY 13,1900. i t J I will allow 20 per cent, discount on all Dress Goods up to February 1st, when we open up our Spring stock, which will be new and up-to-date in all lines. n' B LACK DRESS GOODS. Figured Novelties, tegular 60c ond 75c values, to close at...... Black Goods, regular $1.00, 81.23 and $1.50 values, to close at.... Black Nuiis, regular 81.25, $1.50 and $2 00 values,- to,close at. . COLORED GOODS. Henriettas, Serge Poplins, Bengalina, Stripes and Checks, $1.00 and $1.25 values, to close at.... ... .... Velvets in all colors, $1.25 and$1.50 values, to close at. iV^. V.i. . v, V e l v e t e e n s i n a l c o l o r s , $ 1 0 0 v o l u e s , t o c l o s e a t . . . . . . . . L I N I N G S . Black Linen Faoiag, the 25o quality at. Black Linen Facing, the 20c quality at.... \"... • All Colored Linings in different weaves, worth 25c, at .....*. • i -35e ...,60c ...75o m ....15° • 12^0 ...15c CO Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. Best Calf Food Known. For cows it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 January 1900

This paper, has cir­ culation of 2.300. Advertisers know what that means. K j ' f } f l X , ' twbVtoilSooi#tf v : . lt,\\. ' r Th4s paper is the h best medium for advertising in the county. We also do Job Work. VOL. 38--NO. 41. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900. L.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. • Turned Up Safe. The little schooner Nellie Johnson has turned 'up all safe and Bound, and her freight -was delivered at Algoma within the week. • She had on board the household goods and other personal effects of Captain Nels Knudson, taken on at Beaver Island in November last. Much rejoicing is felt by the family of Captain Knudaon at the safe arrival of their household treasures, as well as that the captain and crew have not met a watery grave, as was feared all along. Purchased Iock Property. The Hart Steamboat Co: have closed a deal by which the old wharf on the north side of the bridge becomes their property. There is a 200-foot front, and it was until about, two years ago ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1900. A SONG'S SWJKKT POWfJK. BT NATHAN ». PRNKR. She in the cot, by the fireside bright, And he, on the wave-swept deck, Bie sank© song murmur on .this wild night,' \"With a fervor no fears can check. \"Heart's dparest, Heaven stilrwatcheB o'er The fortunes of land and sea. Wild heart, bo still. Though the billows roar, Lcro yet shall.our beacon be.\" * The young wife murmurs it now, thoughvstlll From her little ones prattling near Her anxiou? thoughts, at the' st'orra-wind's will,. Are'abroad with a sense of fear. • Tia the song's sweet burden- their lips oft bore In the courting days blithe and free: \"Wild heart, be still . Though the billows roar, . • . - : -Love yet shall our beacon be.\" XOler in hand, in the freeEing sloet. \" As his smack through the mad night reels. • ®Se fisherman murmurs it, too, as meet To soothe the distrust he feels - •\"What a sea was that I\" But the words once . • ' more. Though with lips compressed, croons he : \"Wild ...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 January 1900

ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1900. - . ... ,• . / V UTTLE JACK TtVO-STICK8. \"iTwasa terrible day, sod we spent it fighting: the third division of HilftB command In the wilderness jnst as night was falling, i • we finished the combat hand to hand Oar .ranks were thinned, and the men had : v j fasted hour after hour of the hard fonght day,\"'\":.. With canteens empty and knapsacks lying thick on the ground when we marched away. . Corporal Hnnt had stood beside me all through the fight as our men went down- That tall, bine grain in its long swaths lying, • • the earth where it had been brown, The cleft twigs dropped from the trees above ' us, cat by the ballets which whistled there. And with labored breathing we clambered for­ ward, . mattering gometimes a curse or prayer. Iiittle Jacfc Two-Sticks, the company's dram- . . mer—you see we had nicknames among the . . boys— . ' WaB drumming away at iriyleft, and helping to deaden the shriek of those leaden toys, . Jack was a lad, and a little f...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 January 1900

TOB.^prpGATO r JANUARY 20, 1900 Advocate. Entered ifi thi Poitqfflce atfiturfffon Bay, Wh„ at teeond-datt mail mailer. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON-BAY, WIS.. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OFiSUBSCRIPTION. bneyear^.... •••• .• lingle'copies... , (1.50 .75 . .50 . .25 , .06 tST Two dollars will be charged if hot paid within the year. • . STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 20,1900 The open •winter thus far has been a per­ fect god-sendto the poor of the large cities. A great deal of suffering has been averted thereby with coal and wood as scarce and as Ugh as it is and has been. - : , The Jewish people of Marinette liave de­ cided to build a synagogue during the ensu­ ing season at a cost of $5000.\" The Hebrew population of the Twin_cities now numbers several hundred and is Btoadily increasing. People should exercise care and judgment in investing in copper mining shares. Out of thirty-three mines located in the Lake Superior region listed on the Boston Stock Excha...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 January 1900

ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1900/ THE ADVOCATE. ST0BGEONBAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 20, J900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Don't forget the chorus concert at the M. E. church Thursday evening, January 25th. : .. —Following is the advertised letter list: Andrew A. Brown, Miss Lucy Forey,U. McLain, Tresae Olson, Peter Sternard John Myers. —TJie banquet given by theCongrega- tional church and society at Washburn's hall on Thursday night was a very success­ ful affair. About 200 guests were seated at the tables. —Byan's pile driver-ia engaged in driving the foundation piles for the new warehouse that the B. P. Co. is about to build near tie canning factory. It will be 50x80 feet, one Story high. —Oscar Olson,: treasurer 6f'Sturgeon iBay town, will be- at the court houseagain on Saturday, January 27th, for the convenience' of the tax-payers residing in the eastern , part Of the township. : —Mre. Mary Mullen eaysthat allpeisons who desi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 January 1900

ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1900. V ' . . THE LOVE THAT tASTS. v • \\ BY NATHAJJ T. CRNKB. fcet o^hew sing in the molting way Of beauty's power and prime, I sing of the love that lasts for aye,' And never is touched by time. . , ' tour holiday love is a shallop trim, ' That becomes the tempest's prey Bat age, nor sorrow, nor care can dim, The love that will last for aye. t Through pine and hemlock \"Whistles the storm. The roof-tree rocks below. But never before so cozy and warm . H&8 our cottage seemed as now. Never before has the old hearthstone So gleamed, like an altar's ray Never so before have your soft eyes shone With the love that will last for aye. Heaped to the windows the snow is drawn, And as wide as the eyesight lifts Garden afid hedge and lane and lawn Are buried in shining drifts. ,'i But the storm may scatter and pile the TOOT/' / Till hid is the light of day,, • x It never can darken the eyes that glow / With love that will last for aye. / Up the turnpike belting the ...

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 January 1900

' V ' ' THE ADVOCATE, JANUAKY 20, BUSINESS CARDS. „ D.DBCKIB, Pres. H. Fetisb, Cashier. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al­ lowed oil time deposits. Also make abstracts. Bell real estate and place insurance. We Own the Only Complete Abstractor Title in Door County.\" Agents for A.iff., K.,G.R4W. and C. * N. Vv. By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in H. E. Lawrence block. •EIJKBKA. HOUSE, LINC. ERSKINE, Proprietor. Jacksonport, - - 'Wisconsin. -The public is invited to give me atrial. BAY VIEW HOUSE, JOHN GOETTELMANN. Prop. Sawyer, - • - This is one of the best honses ^on the snla. There is also a first-obuwljvery. .v connected with the houses ' Drivera and ncs at all hours of the aay aid night Telephone. n. p. couv, - ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, - - Wisconsin. •^Collections a specialty. Office over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. , \\ Â¥. T, L»RE(JTZEB, ••••••: ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, - - Wisconsin. Business attended to in all court8\"withu£the...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 20 January 1900

ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 19tM. The finest clothing is yours at reductions of 20,30,40 and 50 jer .cent. Take advantage of these magnetic prices for Saturday. BOYS' CLOTHING. SDO Boya' strictly all wool two piece suits, worth $5.00—quick Bale • price.... $295 25 q,II wool.suits—worth 63.50—quick sale price. ••••'• • •• •. Boys'high grade double-breasted two-piece suits, made from fancy worsted and worth86.00—quick sale price... . • • • • • • • • • 4.00 200 pair all wool knee pants—quick price sale. ••••• ••.••• 48o MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Tomorrow (Saturday) 100 fine wool Derby underwear—worth 98c—quick . - price sale... .„ — .f... .. ••••-•• • • • -48c Tomorrow (Saturday).25 dozen Neckere, Tecks and Four-in-hands—always sold at 50c—at—:. i. • 25c - HO pair Men's pants—Saturday at. .. . . .v. .. .Halt Price Hen's all wool cassimere pants in browa checks—worth $3 50 and $4.50—at, .2«98 Remnant Sale Always Going On- SMITIl.BA!«iSFORl) CO. combined to make our \"Brush Offerings\" worthy of yo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 January 1900

This paper has a , guaranteed cir­ culation of 2.300. ' ^ , V ' • \\ *-( - V \\ ( tbfioii SjoUt? ' zy \\ \"' ' ^ ' * V'1 ^ ^ ' / \\yi 'Advertisers know what that means. This paper is the 1 test medium for ' J advertising in the county. We also do Job Work. VOL. 38-NO. 42. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. [.SO A YEAR MARINE NEWS. . Boxod tUe Compnan. The wind boxed the compass once again • during the preaent week •within the space of . forty-eight hours. On Tuesday morning it came out of the\" northwest, a moderate • breeze blowing. By nightfall it had veered . ' into the northeast, then east, Southeast and by morning it was howling from the south- west. Toward noon it had shifted, to the west and by Thursday morning it was in the north once more. Waterways mast be Dredged. : Congressman Minor's' efforts to havg4fee ^ Sturgeon Bay canal deepened to eighteen feet should meet with no opposition, says the Milwaukee Wisconsin. The present plan for the completion of the ca...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 January 1900

J. THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 27, 1900. XYHIO OF DKATH AND IJI.HOB- TALITV. . BY WlLUAW'SiJSS WALtiC*. f'They Bleep, the good, thebeautiful!. What holy calni around them rest— .A loveliness of juiet soft. As yon sweet star on Evening's breast I VTile, mother—daughter, sister—sleep 'Together in the shadows deep Of Death, who thinks (how false!) that they .Forever passed to him from day. ... A week—Oh. Heaven ! a single week, And both together coffined sleep!— : . Whatbitternessl—Yet., my dear friend, Husband, and Father, ghonldst thou weep?. I know'tis Nature—but has Death Hiy lovely darlings' cherished breath?— Ifo! Angels led them from Earth's sod To walk tlio brighter cUme of God. .. \" in. •. And thou, the Daughter, Sister, thou 8o tender in thy sweet, youtig years, . Think where they're dwelling, now, and then, With thy loved Father, dry these tears I Dear, lovely child, remember—thou Art all remaining to him now. Bo that still tenderer thou may'st shine Around his Household's lonely...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 27, 1900. NOBILITY. True worth is in being, not seeming.— : • lii doing each day that goes by gome Utile good—not in the dreaming : Of great things to do by and by. For -whatever men say in blindness, .. t And spite of .the fancies of youth, - There's nothing so kindly as kindness, And nothing so royal as truth. • We get back our mete as we measure— , - -We cannot do wrong and feel right, , Nor can we give pain and feel pleasure, For justice averiges each slight. ' J The air for the wing of the sparrow. The bush for,the robin and wren. But always the path that is narrow -And straight for the children of men. 'TIS not in-the pages of story . : The heart of its ills to beguile, Though he who makes courtship to glory Oives all that he hath for her smile, 3?or whenfrom her heights he has won her, Alasl it is only to prove That nothing's so sacred as honor, . And nothing so royal as lovel We cannot make bargains for blisses. Nor catch them, like fishes, in nets: And...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 January 1900

t ' ' ADVOCATE, JANUARY 27, 1900., TIIE ^ ADVOCATE. Bntcnd in the Pottqffice at Sturgeon Hay, 1 tf.cond-clats mail mailer. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUB-. GEONiBAY, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor BATES OFiSUBSCRnriON. Oneyear .v., t'.SO Six months .75 Four months :.. .... v .BO Two months .25 Single copies,... .05 • Bff\" Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. \\ - , '* STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 87. 1900: The additional expense to the New York World on account of the advance of print piper.is given at $1,0()0 per day. It'has recently closed a contract for lOO tons of print per day, for which it puts up the handsome stun of $5,500. Governor Scofield having acquired a big milling interest at West Superior, will no doubt in time make that city his head- quarters. Meantime his business affairs will continue to be managed by his son who is said to be a very successful lumber­ man. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat says that . ' Billy Bryan and his managers are...

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