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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 January 1900

ADVOCATE, JANUARY 27, 190# THE ADVOCAT^ STOBGEON SAY, 8ATUBDAY, JAN. 27,K00. • FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OP LOCAL INTEREST. —The following letters remain uncalled - for at the local postoffice: Miss Mary Bird- sail, Mrs. Mary Howard W. McCuttoch. —Circuit court: convenes . in semi-annual session a weekfrom Tuesday, February Cth. It is probably that the calendar will be about - the ordinary length. —Fred. W. Fellows, writing to THE AD­ VOCATE from Bessemer, Mich., under date of Tuesday says that there are three feet of snow on a level in that section of the coun­ try. • —The concert given by local talent Fri­ day night was largely attended, and highly appreciated by the audience. It ia probable that the entertainment will be repeated at Algoma. —The .atmosphere grew considerable colder after, the wind hauled aroun'd into the north Wednesday and by Friday morn­ ing ineircury registered only four , degrees above zero. —The atmosphere...

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 — 27 January 1900

Y:» ^ ADVOCATE, JANUARY* 27, 1900. - f J - \"NEVER GIMIOfiK A tiOFI WORD.\" BT NATHAN I. 1'fiNIR. The end was at hand. With a last feeble tear She drew fo^th a miniature old. ' \"I am dying,'! she murmured — \"past hope and past fear And his brave face no more may behold, Yet, good friends, return him this picture from mo, : ' ,. And say, when I've left the world's stir, That, here in your care, my. lips movodin a • prayer That he might be happy with her. \"'Twas my light, foolish conduct that tore us * apart, • , My atuse of his generous trust But now he'll forgive the sore, suffering heart That soon will be cold in the dust. He begged but a word, but my pride would not yield, .v : And that light little word was ne'er: spoken. Ah, friends, never grudge a soft word which • you Judge May.renew a' wrong heart that is broken I \" Too late, when a worthier rival had filled Hie place once my own, at love's cost, Sid I know, with a pang which my whole be- \"ing thrilled, . - What a pure,...

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 — 27 January 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JANUARY 27, 1900. BUSINESS' CABD8. ,. D.DwJKiB.'l'ren.- Bank of Sturgeon Bay. x Do a\" general banking business. Interest ol- . lowed on time depdsita- ' AJao make abstracts, sell real estate and place insurance. We Own the Only Complete Abstract of Title in Boor Coantjr. Agents for A.\" & W... K., 6. B. & W. and C. A N: W. Iiy.companies. Bank on Cedar street in •. M. E. Lawrence, block. ' EUREKA HOK8E, LINC. EBSKINE, Proprietor. Jacksonport, : w ' i Wisconsin. Tiie public is invited to give me a trial. . BAY VIEW MOIJSE,1 ^ • / JOHN G0ETTELMANN. Pr?p. Sawyer, V - Wisconsin. : This is one of the beat houses on ihe penin­ sula. There is also n first-class Livery Stable - connected with the house. Drivers ana, rigs at all hours of the day and night. Telephone. • jat. P. coov, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, - - Wisconsin. Collections a specialty. Office, oyer .Mer­ chants Exchange .Bank. - \\ y. v. IHCKIIT/ER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ' - Sturgeon Bay, \" - \" .. Wiscon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 January 1900

i the advocate, January 27, i9oo. , ** Offers Extra Values in Groceries this Week. S88p tor a quarter bbl. sack of Silver Loaf Flour—worth J......... -90c for o quarter bbl. sack of OGrade Flour—worth..............*s....r....81.00 $1,05 for a quarter bbl. sack of Befet Patent Fiour—worth -............ ~7o for a lb. of best Japan Rice—worth ^J|5c for 5 lbs. choice Broken Rice—worth 15c a lb for German Brick Cheese—full cream. 16c a lb. for fancy Domestic Swiss Cheese^ \"26c a lb. for Creamery Butter—just made. 3 9c each for 3 cans fancy California Bartleti Pears. ' , 21c a can for fancy California Peaches—heavy syrup, \" J, One can Early June Peas for 10c~worth... X^One 'can Extra Sifted Peas for 12c—worth. . -One can Corn for 9c—worth 35c for 10 bars of fine Laundry Soap—worth ?:•. . .V ^25o for 10 bars of Satinet Soap—worth \\.l v 35c \"Sal Soda per lb • • • , 2° We're the only ones that offer a ^ne Mocha & Java Coffee at 10°r-worth...... 20o 39c per lb. for fancy Basket Fire...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 February 1900

This paper has a guaranteed cir­ culation of 2.300. Advertisers know what that means. Thispaper is the \\ best medium for advertising in the coimty. We also do Job Work. VOL. 38--NO. 43. STURGEON BAY, AVIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Passed the House. The house on Monday passed the bill pre­ sented by Representative Minn^7 providing a penalty for misrepresentation of facts in applications made for license as captain, mate or any other official position on board a vessel. The bill authorizes inspectors of steam vessels to administer an oath to all sach applicants as to their experience and other requirements of the law, and for any misrepresentation, a fine of $500 is im­ posed or imprisonment at hard labor for three years. ' The Schooner Nellie Johnson Safe. .. Last waek we published an item from the Sturgeon BayJAovoc ATE concerning the loss of the schooner Nellie Johnson. Captain John Coffey reports that the boat and crew : are safe. The schoon...

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 — 3 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3, 190Q. ANSWER HI.W SOPTl*. Answer him softly. Yon cannot know _ • In the depths below, Howsharp was the struggle, the fight he made, .Ere the price he paid, .And yielded his soul to the tempter's power- . In a hasty hour. ...Answer h-im softly for it may be— - Like the sturdy tree, v. .' • • Which tested in many a storm its strength,. ' To be rent at length— iBCe struggled full oft, and resisted wet},. , Though at last he fell. • Answer him softly, lest yon be tried ' - On your weaker side, And fail, as before you so many hare done. Who in thought had won • .Fail, too, ere temptation had spent its force In thesnbtld course. .V &nswer him softly for none can tell ^ y When the storm-clouds swell, Whose bark sludl weather- the tempest or .' whose Its venture shall lose. Speak gently the weakest may stand the gale. The stoutest may fail. fistorical BURNT AT THE STAKE. BR JAUKS ». M'CIBF, A dark day for the town of Salem in \" the colony of Massachusetts Bay...

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

THE ADVOCATE* F 3, WOdv •Tils Bii/DHG»D£D TYBiNT. Oh I thb quietest home on earth bad I No thought of (rouble, no hint f care: • like a dream'of pleasure the days fled by, •? x: And peace had folded her pinions there. _But one day there joined our household hand \"A bald-headed tyrant from No-man's-land. : Oh, the despotjcame in the dead of night, 'And no one ventured to ask him why Like slaves we trembled before his might, . Our hearts stood still when we heard him cry ' '' t For never a soul could his power withstand, That bald-headed tyrant from No-man's-lknd. He ordered us here and sent us there— Though never a word could his small lips With his. toothless gums and his vacant stare, And his helpless limbs so frail and weak. Till I cried, in a voice of stern command, f Go up, thou bald-head from No-man's-land I\" But his abject slaves they turned on me ^ Like a bear, in Scripture, they'd rend me . • there, The while they worshipped with bended knee . This ruthless wretch with t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 February 1900

THE l»VOC^TE. FEBEtrARY 3. 1900. \\ V ' / THE ADVOCATE. Enteredin th» Posfoffict at Siurgton Bay, IH»., at necond-cUus mail mailer. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WEB. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, RATES OF.8UBSCREPXION. Ohtfyear ....#1.60 Six months....... Four months .............A..,.. Twomonths .. Single copies .. -~ CP\" Two dollars will be chargedlfnot paid within th'e \"year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, TFEB. 8, 1000. • y\" •• Kir. Ksitermni a Candidate. The Green Bay Gazette of Tuesday con. tains an announcement by Mr. Gustav Kus. tennan of that town that he will be s candi date for congress in this district before the forthcoming Republican convention., In commenting on his decision, the Gazette says, among other things: : Mr. Kusterman is well known throughout the district and especially in the German portions where he has, during previous campaigns, been called upon to make campaign addresses...... Mr. Kusterman is a man well posted on public affairs, of...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 February 1900

M#, • FEEHUARY 3, 1900. THE ApvocATE. STUEGEON BAT. 8ATCBDAY, FEB. 8, 1900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Hclal Paptr tff City and County. HEWS OF LOGAt INTEREST. —The following, letters .remain unealedl . for atthelocal postofflce: Andrew Boeser T. cr Wright John L. Quay MaryZelha- fer.' , —Begular monthly session of the common council next Tuesday evening at the city hall. The Board of education meets the night before. ^ —The infant son of Capt. and Mrs. Wm. Boyd died Wednesday from some infantile ^complaint. The funeral took place 'from the Catholic church this (Friday) morning. —Print paper has gone up more than 60 per cent in, price since last August,' and many publishers are seriously considering the advisability as well as necessity of i advancing the rate of subscription. :—The Merchants wharf is bound to catch : it from this time on until the opening of -navigation, there being nothing on it to keep the piles irom being pulled but by the action ' of the ice, which is f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 February 1900

life fill?: 1$' c,r ' , ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3, 1900, V A StOBV OP FAITH. A rustle of robes, as the anthem \"' (Soared gently away on the air— '\"The Sabbath morn's service was •over, \" v - . And briskly I stepped down the stair •: When close in n half-illum'd corner,: ' • Where the tall pulpit'8 htairway came down Asleep crouched tender, wee maiden, j With hair like a shadowy crown. Quite puzzled was I by tlie vision, 7 But gently to wake her I spoke, .When at tho first word the sweet damsel ' ' '. With one little gasp straight awoke. \"What brought you here, fair little angel?\" She answered with voice like a bell: \"I turn tos I've got a sick mamma, • : And wont oo' to please pray her well !\" \" Who told you*\" began I she stopped me \" Don't nobody told mo at all: And papa can't see tos he's cryin' * And'Bides, sir, I isn't so small ' I'se been here before with my mamma— 7 We ttunbed when you ringed the pig bell— - And ev'ry time I'se heard you prayin' For lot o'sick folks to di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. '-• \"' -t-'- •••:.!•- . - •••-•,, • UVNDER TUB H'ABTHSXANE.\". B* JSAK KATBFBBLWJT • \"Brother, you bear your sbrriw - With patience* that passeth praise : The loss of worldly possessions Just at your later days! • How do you bear it?\" the neighbor prayed. \" There's love 'neath the h'arthstanel\" the old man said. \"Oh, love is good, I grant' you, ' When seasoned enough with gold, But love in a cottage\"—he shook his head— \" Is rhyming that will not hold! , Love only can never lift your load V! \".••••••• Of sorrow and labor on life's late road.\" : J , \" Ay, ay 1\" the old man answered. His white head sturdily raised \"When ye lia'e lived a* my lifetame, .. •Ye'll cry * the Lord be praised!' v- ' Whether o' good or ill shall fa' _ ' V. If Love 'neath the Jh'arthstane surviveth aU\" ' But you and your wife,\"purged theneigh- • \"bor— \" Your chileren under the sod—\" • \"Nae under the sod,\" the old man cried, \" Good neighbor—gan'e to God 1. An'...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. t ' If. Pre-1nventory Sal el It is pratifying1 to see how well the pifriftVehtory bar­ gains are appreciated We arc clearing ujy the numerous •dd pieces at greatly reduced prices. SHOE CLEARING. A resolute purpose to close small lots, broken lines and odd sizes be- fere opening up Spring stock. •••**1.80 Shoes going at .......98o 83.00 Shoes going at.......... .$1,75 4J50 Shoes going at........... $1,25 4.00 and 5.00 Shoes going at-... 2.23 UNDERWEAR CLEARING: Many people wait for these pre-inventoiy underwear clearances to antioipate test season's needs—because 50 cents doep almost a dollar's duty. SSe for Heavy Bibbed Vests worth ttefor Heavy Bibbed Vests worth.... ..60c 1 9®S'tor Woman's Natural Merino IMflerwear worth .......J1 00 •Â»c for Woman's Natural Merino Underwear (large size) worth..... ..$1.50 37e for Men's Heavy Weight Shirts • worth....... 79c 68c for Men's Heayy Weight Shirts worth ...... ...98c 70c for Men's Extra Heavy All Wool Sh...

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 — 10 February 1900

This paper has \\ I a guaranteed cir- ? culation of 2.300. Advertisers know what that means. . ' This paper is the , - • best) medium for . j J advertising in the countyj We alsd ' Work. VOL. 38-NO. 44. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. $*.50 A YEAK. LAKE MARINE NEWS. • I'rom Charlevlox, ITlIcIi. . Capt. Jobs O'Neil, of Washington Island, writes to. THE ADVOCATE from Charlevoix, Mich., under recent date. He says that he is in the fishing business at that point. Two of _the three tuga owned by Capt. O'Neil are being operated at the present time. The third tug, G. B. Green, which was pur­ chased from Frankfort parties last fall, is undergoing\" a rebuild. Fishing is fair and prices good. Tiie weather has been mild all winter the first decent sleighing came on January 27th, and the lumbermen have.been taking advantage tnereof. The Ice-Crusher Disabled. Wh6n the Algomah left here on Friday morning of last week it looked as if she would have little or no trouble in making...

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 — 10 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. ' SENDING A VAI.KNT1NE. .. I mightJwgijT, \" The rode is red\" (Though that is not so very new)' Orchis the boys oil thinll is good: \"If yon love me as I love you.\" , , But—soems to mo—a valentine . IB nicer when you do not^say The same old things that every one Keeps saying, in the same 61A way: -- Aud i asked Jane, the other night,? • What crowff-tip people write about: She would not answer me at first. But laughed till I began to pout. That stopped her, for she saw I meant- • ,* The questiop .tand she will not tease). \"Why—love.\" she said, \"and shining eyes. A kiss, soft hair—just what they please.\" It ian't be hard, if that is all.,' So I'll begin by saying this: \" To my dear lady beautiful\"4 I send a valentine and kiss. \" The valentine, because She has The loveliest hair and gentlest eyes . The kiss, because I love her more Than any one beneath the skies Because she is the kindest, best, • The sweetest lady ever known . And every year I...

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 — 10 February 1900

w. THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. DAISlf'S VALENTINES. ' 1 BY AUSTIN DOBSON. ' AH night through Daisy's sleep, it seams,' • 7 Have ceaseless \" rat-tats\" thundered - All night through Daisy's rosy dreams - •• Have devious Postmen blundered, Delivering letters ronnd her bed,— •: Suggestive missives, sealed with red. And franked of course with due' Queen'i head,— • While Daisy lay and wondered., Vr But now when chirping birds begin, And Day puts off the Quaker,— • ' : : When Cook renews her morning din, • -And rates the cheerful baker,— . She dreams her dream no dream at all, For, just as pigeons come at call. Winged letters flutter down, and fall Around her head, and wake her. Yes, there they are! With q.pirk and twist, / Andfrandful arts directed • (Save Grandpapa's dear stiff old \" fist,\" • Through all disguise detected:) But this is his,—her young Lothair's,— Who wooed- her on the school-room utairs : ..* ' With three sweet cakes, and two ripe pears, , In one neat pile collec...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 February 1900

is8i I®#? 1900. THE ADVOCATE. Bntmd in the Potfofflceai Sturgeon Bait, tFU., at tecond-elats mail maittr. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STtJR- GEON B£Y, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, RATES OF SOBSCKEPTION. One year...... .. Six months ... ..... FOOT months .. Two months Single copies..... pgr Two dollars will be charged if not paid withinthe year. • I \" 1.50 .75 .80 .25 .05 8TTOQEON BAY. SATURDAY, FEB. 10,1900 A foot of snow on a level was deposited in and about Chicago during J Saturday and part of Sunday. . little or no snow has fall, en in Wisconsin this winter except in the extreme northern part. ...... The winter meeting of the Wisconsin Edi­ torial and Publisher's association, held in Green Bay Wednesday and Thursday was well attended, President Adams, of W. U., dehvered the principle address. The fire losses for the United States and Caqada during the month of January were $11,755,000 in -round numbers, being less than the preceding month, but higher than the corr...

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 — 10 February 1900

A' jjltTKi'iTiT THE ADVOCATE, FEfiRUiRY 10, 1900. TILE ADVOCATE. 8T0B0EON BAY, 8ATUBDAY. FEB.10,1900. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OP LOCAL INTEREST. —The W. O. T. U. •will meet' with Mrs. Jas. Myer Tuesday Feb. 13th at 2 p. m. —The following letters remain uncalled for at the local postoffice: Chas. Kohn, jr., Arthur Dupont. —B. Gotfredson, the Green' Bay horse dealer, has opened a sale stable in the M. Welter barn, the same being in charge of John Callahan. —Ryan's driver is this week engaged in doing a lot of work for the K. P. Co., which is enlarging its docking and warehouse fa­ cilities at this point. —The stage line between here and Me­ nominee has been re-established by Thorp & Spencer, and the first trip was made on Tuesday without accident. —Although print paper has gone up fully 60 per cent, in price in the last few montlis THE ADVOCATE will continue to be supplied at the old figure—$1.50 a year. —The highways are a soli...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 February 1900

askWx. THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. BSST COMETH APTKH ALL, Thougli friends desert yon in the race for fame • Though fortune leaves you for some other • •'goal, Though you are blameless, yet receive much i1amc, , Though Borrow dwellcth deep •within' your soul, . ' Though life lias been a failure and you plod ' Footsore and weary o'er this early ball, 8till, if you have a. faith, a trust in God, Best cometh after all. Seat cometli after all, then higher climb ' Rent cometh after all, though wealth do- i ~ parts, • • (The world may blame you, yet rest sublime Shall drive the sorrow from your heart of ' hearts ••• Though life's sad , failures make you onward plod, Sin-sick and weary till you.reach the pall. Still, if you have it faith, a trust in God, Best cometh after all. Rest cometh after all. then let us go Forth to the duties of this fleeting life. Bearing our Master's burdens, for we know In Him is comfort and a rest from strife And Wordly sorrow let our faith be shod With lov...

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 — 10 February 1900

THE ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. \" BVsnnBSs' CABVS. D. SxcKEB, Pres. . ' • H. Fbtzbr, 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 Abstract of Title in Door County. Agents for A. JfcW., K., G. B. b W. and C. '& N. W. By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in M. E. Lawrence block. EUREKA HOUSE, ... •••'• UNO. ERSKINE, Proprietor. Jacksonport, - - Wisconsin . The public is invited to give me a trial. BAY VIEW HOUSE, JOHN GOETTELMANN. Prop. Sawyer, . - . - --v.'.' Wisconsin. This is one of the best houses on the penin­ sula. There is also a first-class Livery Htable connected with the house. Drivers and rigs at all hours of the day and night.. Telephone. B. P. COW*, s ATTORNEY AT LAW. . Sturgeon Bay, -. : - Wisconsin.1 ' Collections a specialty. Office over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. f. T. UBEVTZEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW: Sturgeon Bay, - Wisconsin. Bu...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 February 1900

' W' THE ADVOCATE,, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. The \"Star,, offers a few 1 of the many bargains: 46-inch Gramt's,75o values, at.-. .......• • 539o 38-inch Fancies and Novelties, 65c values. .390 46-inoh Black Hop Sacking 81 values, at\". .&9c : 48-inch Fancy Novelties, $1 values, at.... .556 38-ihch Camel Hair Plaids, 65c values, . .37Hft 34-inch Fancies, 25c values, at.............J5c 31-inch Satin and Gross Grain Silk Figures, $1 values, at ' ....... -16o FURNISHING GOODS. Men's Ail Wool Cardigan Jackets, $2.75 value, at.. ... . v. j . Bovb' All Wool Sweaters, $ 1.25 value, at . -. Children's All Wool Suits (small sizes) $3 values, at........ Men's Duck Coats, 81.50 value, at.: w................. Men's Heavy Ulsters, regular $5 and $6 values, at.... ........... BASEMENT BAROAINS. T DOE. Clothes Pins for 176c Willow Clothes Basket for. S-piece Nickel S-ftd Iron, worth !, at.-75c $1 • . \" • . ' -*.• J1.T5 Wood Clothes Wringer for..»MJW Good Clothes Line for... .... .-.$1.25 . . .890 ....

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