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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 March 1900

4 v * ' V ^ ' J ' ' • N ? \" ' ' r ' ) '^ ~~ \\.j ®«tori«t»e^toty~~ —7^- / 1\" ' Weiise neither pa- 1 tent nor plate matter. :'s why we excel. $1.50 per year. M J- ,.{? ,H n •' m , •* * * -*' 1 *• , »*: * I - »^ f - 5\" Guaranteed Circulation 2,480 Copies For this week's edition STURGEON BAY^ WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. $1.50 A YEAJt LAKE MARINE NEWS. Port of EHtry at Green Bay. , A Washington dispatch to the Milwaukee Sentinel of the JO says: ''Bepresentative Min­ or was at the Treasury department today con- Suiting with the officials in regard to his hill to make Green Bay a port of immediate trans­ portation of imported goods. The department officials have agreed to the measure and Asst. Secretary'Spalding has recommended to the ways and means committee favoring the right of immediate transportation and the commit­ tee will, recommend the bill at its next meet­ ing.\"^ Have Changed Hands. The steamor Mary A: McGregor changed Owners on Saturday. Monroe, Boyce fc Co. ...

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 — 24 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 24, 1900. BT GEORGK MlltRAV. The \"good ship\" Promised Land real­ ly deserved that praise.\" She was new, had made only one vorngo, in a remark­ ably short space of .time, was copper- fastened, two hundred tons burden, was of course registered A t at Lloyd's, and • was now loading at the St. Winifred's Docks. Many had read the enticing and almost appetizing advertisement, , 'Which had been in the Times for many days' under heading of \"Steam to the Brazils,\" of the \"spacious poop and after-decks,\" the \"airy and well-venti- ' fated saloons,\" and, the decks \"flush from end to end, and.offering an agree­ able and unobstructed promenade,\" of the surgeon, who was \"experienced,\" of the \"fire-annihilator,\" which was in- falible, of the \" wator-condensing ap­ paratus,\" and, above all, of that \"Fav­ orite Captain, Robert Magregor, who was \"so well known on the American station.\" This collection of nautieal blessings irresistibly induced me, when appo...

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 — 24 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 24, 1900. WHV1 Y6u ask me why I am alone • / \"Why every joy of life hath floim '\\Vthy such a gleam of blank despair Igstamped oil every look l wear? \"Why every interest I should take Igirksome, and I seem to hate .^'\"h- ft- X'en my daily tasks, of late. S y 'i Why ask these questions, friend? :Wiy probe a heart that can not bend? 'V6i worse than prison bars in life or de^th, : A fate like mine must curse each breath. Set by my answer could T bend • A single lithe to gain my end, Td hasten to reveal to thee, ' For just one point toward liberty. , XJnhappy heart, 'twas far from me. Or by my woi^s to call from thee, .That bitter rinttof irony, \\ Yon should not leVtiie all of life pass by. And you refuse to mfeet this \"fate,\" You quote as so complete, ' Will you be baffled all your life, Without one effort in the strifet My friend, pray let me say to thee, (Because thy heart and mind are free. And never yet has weal qr woe . Dealt thee e'en so slight a blow. Y...

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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 24, 1900. 1 -- w r '• • • • • • •' j ' 1 '\" •' THE ADVOCATE. Entered in. the Ppitoffice at Bturgmn Ban, m$.,M teomd-elaM tnall mailer. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUB- GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. $1.50 . .75 ' .50 One year . Six months • .••• Four months Two months i Single copies.. .05 BP- Two1 dollars will be charged if notpaid within the year. 25 STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, MAR. S4, t900. MINOR'S SHIPPING BILL ACCEPTED. Tlio editor o? the Post, it must be re­ membered, is Tkos. B. Reed, the man who sought the nomination for congress six yews ago and was Mr. Minor's only opponent at thfe time. No stronger endorsement than the above .could be desired by Mr. Minor and his friends. \" \\ . The Appleton Post, advocating Congress­ man Minor's renomination in tlio Eighth district, remarks: \"Wo believe it is not overstating the truth to say that no representative from \"Wisconsin in congress hns eTer achieved a more import...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 March 1900

r-r THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 24, ' V, ADVOCATE. 8TUBGEON BAY, BATUKDAY, MAB. S4,1900. PRANK LONG, Editor, and Proprietor. Official Papar of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Easter only three weeks from next Son. day, April 15th. '—The weather forecast received this (Friday) morning is, fair tonight and Satur­ day. ' —Meeting of M. W. A., Monday evening, to perform ceremony of adoption. - Menu bera are requested to,attend. « . —The ice bridge • cdiitinues in prime Or­ der for- the passage of teams, and the amount of trafiSp passing over it iB as great as ever. —The weather turned mild Wednesday and on the day following [the snow disap­ peared so rapidly that the water ran in streams. —The following' letters remain , uncalled for at thelocMpostoflice: Miss Clara Ber- ger, Win. HaUeyj Miss Frieda Kluth, Mrs. Mary Taaahek. —Jag. Hatirahan, who was a candidate for city treasurer, decided on Saturday/to' drop out of the oontest. He intends to en­ gage in some other vocation. . - ...

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 — 24 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH\" 24, l&to. '7=3 W: THB fc*.ST LKTTEtt. • Tin dying, Willy, dying, they say, ,. Bat Oh, so happy and glad! jptnd they are all proud of you now, Willy, \" . I had always hope, my lad. • The rough school that breaks the weak Has purged my boy of his sins, \" And in the camp and the battle His young life newly begins. ,- - I knew, if he would, my young lion Could easily break the net That snared him I knewthere was power •And strength in the Sweet eoul yet. If something would only wake him, - Each'tangled thread would sever,- For the golden hair of a wanton Could not hold my boy forever. And^last, when grim war came, . : I held my heart in my hand. And blessed the cause that called you. And gave my boy to the lancl. And I vowed never to stop you, 7 Or turn you aside, from your way,. And though I'm dying alone, my boy, I'm thankful and happy today. - i Alone I But so trustful and thankful, : So thankful, and happy, and glad— Kswb from the army, making me proud. W...

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 — 24 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE,' MARCH 24, 1900. BV8I»ESB \"CABHiiB. 1). DICKXB, Pres. .\" H. Frtn*i Cashier. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al- lowed on time deposits. Also make abstracts, sell real estate and olaoe insurance. We Own the Only Complete Abstract of Title in Door County. t. Agents for A. & W., K., G. B. ft W. and 0. & NTw. By. companies.' Bank on Cedar street in M. E. Lawrence block. fiDBEKA HOUSE, LINO. EBSKINE, Proprietor. Jaoksonport, - 'Wisconsin. The pnblic is invited to give me a trial. . BAY VIEW HOUSE, JOHN GOETTOLMANN. Prop. .Sawyer, ' - - - Wisconsin. This is one at the best houses on the penin­ sula. There is also a first-clpss .Livery Stable connected with the house. Drivers and rurs at all hourB of the day and night. Telephone. B.P.COOT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Stnrgeon Bay, - - - ' • Wisconsin. Collections a specialty. Office, oyer Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. . ' x T. T. UREIITZEB, ATTOBNEY AT LAW. Stnrgeon Bay, - - Wisconsin. .. Bnsiness...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 24, 19p0, %$£ Hats & Caps New of and they are dandies too, we tell you. ' Men's Caps in all colore at 15c, 20c 25c, 30c, 45c, 606,75c and 85o. Men'sISdrt Hats at 25ct 35o, 45c, 55c, 60te, 65o, 75c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25 |1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and.$2.50. aicn'8 Stiff Hats at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 & $3,00 E We also havie the finest line of Shirts, Neck Ties and Scarfs. Scarfs E from 25o to $1.25. Neck Ties'from 10c to 75c. £ We also carry in stock a complete line of Kitchen Furniture and our 3 E pricos are.equally asloivas our competitors. 3 | Smith-Bassford Co. | Jacksonport, Wis., are headquarters for the celebrated Mowers and Also all other kinds \"of Farm Implements and Mach­ inery. Intended purchasers are invited to give us a trial. ( Cattle and all kinds of Farm Produce taken in ex­ change. Yours truly, , HENRY ATNCHUTZ, EMIL LIMPERT. Ope! ^ome /111 and order a suit from Our New ' Line of Perfect Fit Guaranteed. YOUR* HENS NEWS OF...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 March 1900

v f r ' ' -T-_ v*#fO!: |i!^ '' l/ ./-• c '-f !/ i^ , jrf y _ ___ / ' ^ We use neither pa- teat nor plate matter, that's why we excel. $1.50 per yean VOL. 38-NO. 8) Historioal Society GuaranteedCirculation •4' 2r500 Copies For this week's edition STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Opening of Life-Saving Stations. The life-saving stations on the lakes will be opened on Thursday, April 5th. The canal and Baileys Harbor crews were subjected- to their aimual inspection and medical examination by Marine Surgeon H. O. Sibree in this city Thurs­ day and Friday respectively: The Plum island crew will probably be on hand today (Satur­ day). . The life-saving crew at the canal will bo com­ posed of the following members: Captain, Carl Anderson: No. 1. Bichard Greeney: No. 2, Alphonse Gattie: No. 3, Anton GleaBner No. *, Wellington Lockhart No. 5, Joseph Arle No. 6, Edward O. Jackson No. 7,1 Raymond Bavry. The whole crew are residents of this' city ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 March 1900

J_ ^ -' ' \\, • . ' ' ', ' ' * , '- • TIIE ADVOCATK. MARCH 31, 1900. . . . . . . THK SONM OF THK NOBTH WIBiD, • •'/•.•• •'uL2-^- BV B. M. wonrniNGTON. ' ny name is Boreas, I come with no warning, • Without,, brush, or pallet ypnr windows adorn- ing • -\"S^UKh: I ,lweU in a region from learning re- mote, Im i bright, child* of nature, and an artist of ' note • V./ s \" • Xtay with the vaporanddeoorate^lasa Hlftfo t&etehes of plumes, shrubs, flowers, and ' V . i ' • - R r a s a - U . . Of pine tress and fir trees, and stately hem- .,. .J: locks, . • .JSmoranmH of cities, ileitis, morass, and rocks •. 'XJOaininutis of castles, fantastic shaped leaves, .Jtod.I make crystal pendants to hang from the eaves. Ifiews of mountains and landscapes are deftly portrayed \" -- Mad I paint blushing roses on the cheeks of themaid • SXmake prolonged visits to the land of the sun, '.When the meadows are brown and the harvest is done \"I breathe on the storm cloud as southward I • go, And turn spar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 March 1900

ADVOCATE, MAKCH 31, 1900. THB Ol/O FlBE-PtACB. BT V. i. MATTHEWS./ *7\" The blessed old fireplace! how bright it ap-' •' pears, - Ai back to my boyhood I gaze,' O'e* the desolate waste of the vanishing yeaw, From the gloom of these ione la^i'i^a|i? 4 fc Its lips are as ruddy, its heart is as'warm To my fancy, tonight, as of yore, When we cuddled around it and smiled at the '{•Z ' storm, As it showed its white teeth at the door. . I remember the apple that wooed the red flame Till the blood babbled out of its cheek, . And the passionate'popcorn that smothered its .shame •: y fs 1 • Till its heart split apart with a shriek I remember the Greeks and the Trojans who •} ' fought,: v ' * In their shadowy shapes on the wall. And the yarn, in thick tangles, my fingers held V, taut, ' While my mother wai winding the ball. • i remember the cat that lay, cozy andcurled ' ' By the jamb where the flamesfiickered high, And the sparkles—the fireflies of/winter—that whirled ' Up the flue, as the wi...

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 — 31 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 31, 1900. The Advocate. gntemI in the Fottoffie* at Stvroxm Bay, TH*., at feamd-dau maU matter. :- ••'• PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAT, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor aid Proprietor. , RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Onejkar .... • ••• •li50 Six months i» Four months .50 Two months v ...... .*» 8injrte copies..- ... .05 HT Two dollars will be charged if notpaid within the year. , •. STURGEON BAY, 8ATUKDAY, MAR. Si, 1900 Speaker Henderson's Tribnte to Minor. The Washington correspondent of the Milwaukee Sentinel, under recent date contributes the following interesting piece of information relative to the standing of Congressman Minor at the National capitol: Information concerning the contest that is being waged in the Eighth Wisconsin congres­ sional diatriot against the return of Edward S. Minor has reached here and created consider­ able interest among the members of the dele­ gation and Wisconsin people here generally. Whatever may be the contention of the p...

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 — 31 March 1900

x THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 81, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. 8ATUBDAY, MAR. 81,1SOO. 1 • : . - • • : • • . ! \" — : r FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The public schools of the city-are this Week enjoying We regular spring vacation. —The.. ice haying become too weak to bear teaims the crossing is made on the bridge race again. —The only marriage license issued the past week was that of Wm. E. Haupt to Miss Ellen Strandall, both of'Liberty Grove. —Quite a delegation came over from Al­ goma on the train Friday evening to: attend the revivals services in .progress at the M. E.church. \" —The Y. P. S. C. E. of Hope'Congrega­ tional church will, give a cake-social at the home of Miss Fanny Packard on Thursday evening, April 5th. \\ 1 —The seniors will deliver their spring or-' ations in the high school room next Friday p.m., beginning at 3 o'clock. Parents and friends cordially invited. .. —The TSastern Stars gave a card part...

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 — 31 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 31, 1900. MY GRANDPA'S STORY. DT 1IIIT BAKIH tKiUt. . I wonder if grandpaB can always tell \", Stories that boys like, and girls as wellt •Mine tells always the nicest kind, *.. Bnta grandpa like mine is hard to And. The last one he told was so very good— . though he made the lesson well understood— That I want to tell it jnst as he did, He kept the moral so nicely hid, '\" Said Grandpa: \"The first year I went down To the old academy out of town, l : J There was one boy there among the rest— ' iii smart one, but just the queerest dressed ! '\"His name was 'Jonathan—Jonathan Joy.' His name was no queerer than was the boy. His folks had lately moved, they said— His mother and sister—his Atther was dead. He was only thirteen, and small at that, . Bnt there's little we fellows conld beat him at, \"He took all the care of th.e. schoolhonse, too, And a colder winter I never knew. H« must have suffered, his clothes were so thin, ' But matters like that boys don't take...

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 — 31 March 1900

\\ : r\" -—^- r THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 31, 1900. A fiBEETING FOR SPRING BT PBAHFI DEMP8TKB BBKRMA*. tet us go forth atld meet her \\As she comes through the eastern gates « Let us away to groet'her '\"\"•'. -./'.. Whom the lover-like land awaits • j i : • y In a rapturous mood to bless, AH impatient for her caress Let as mount up the purple slopes That are murmurous with their hopes And the winds speeding on before In their haste to be first shall sing Of the earth's Wide floor, that is dotted o'er With the emerald steeps of spring. Hoses upon the mountains ... Strikes his rod onthe marble snow. Freeing the crystal fountains * v And the streams through the.plains.below. Are her couriers swif t, who run .. - • • lit the glow of the golden sun Through the fields gn their silver feet • With the gladdening promise sweet- She is coming witli laughing eyes . From the Orient's sun-wrapt land. From the land that lies under tranquil skies Like an opal in Allah's hand. Up at the dawn's first wa...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 March 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 31, 'itfiiwwnHitminfiiiniwiiwmiiiHWHHWwmwwHtwi W T is with pleasure that we : .• * A^how you the finest line :of CORSETS that ever Was. shown in the city. Warner's East Proof High Bust, inch olasp, five hooks, three side steels, sizes 18 to 30, fine quality jean, sa-' teen striped with quilted bust-—is es- l pecially designedfor slender flgiir^,' shbtilder strap, | rust proof boning, white, drab and black—$1,00 Warner's Rust Proof—extra long waist, 14 inch 3 'clasp, six hooks, two side steels, sizes 18 to 30 inch,' • fine quality jean, sateen striped, rust proof boning, 3 floosed with silk, trimmed with silk embroidery, ea- 3 pecially adapted for extremely long waisted slender 3 figures, in drab and black—$1,00 Warner's Health Goraline Corset—long waist, 13 3 inch clasp, 5 hooks, size 18 to 40, made upon patterns 3 adapted to figures deficient in bust proportion (jnd also to those desiring bust support—tne special feat­ ure of this corseit are the Coraline busts...

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 — 7 April 1900

x \"\" '\" Historical Society •Â« M»r I 1 •• I i We use neither pa GMitled Circulation tent, nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. 2,525 Copies For this Week's edition STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL VOL. 38--NO. m. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. f will Balld * Pier. v, The Cream City Brick Co. is making prepara­ tions to build a pier .in the waters of Detroit Harbor at or near the western entrance. The structure •will be extended out until a depth of about 12 feet of water has been secured, and while it is to be tfied primarily for^its own business the pier will certainly become quite a popular shipping point in time. Will Hun Independently. The Hart line of boats will riot, as has been stated, connect with the Bar^y line at Sturgeon 'Bay for a .continuous route to Milwaukee and Chicago. ' Capt. Hart when seen yesterday emphatically denied this statement and said there would be no interchange of freight be­ tween the two lines. He also stated that if the Ha...

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 — 7 April 1900

4 • . ! a 1 ' THE ADVOCATE, APRIIi 7,,1900 W- TENDeaNB!)!). f : Hot unto every heart irOod'gj gift v.^ ^ . Of simple tenderness Allowed we meet '\" With IOTO in many fashions when we lift First to'onr lips life's wateiiC bitter sweet I/kve comosupon us with resistless power Of curbless passion and With headstrong , ,S Will: . f: - \"'j, ' It pla^s around like April breeze and shower: Or calmly flows a rapid ptream, and still It comes with blessedness unto the heart ' That welcomes it aright, or—bitter fate- It wrings the bosom with so fierce a smart i i That lqve, we cry, is crueler than hate.' And then, aln me! When love has ceased to bless. . ' 5 ' j , . v :. r Our broken hearts cry out for tenderness: ,We long for tenderness like tJu^t which hung About us, lying in our8mother's breast: M seltleiM feeling, that no pen or tongue Can praise aright, since silence sings it best A love&s far removed from passion's heat As from the chilliness of its dying fire A love to lean on when...

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 — 7 April 1900

THE JffiVOC^TEi, APRIL 7, 1900. 'r. k: v v- / Tffas on tb« first of April that my lady came to earth - • '•h.---' I all the April fays and spriteB assembled at i % her birth . With pink of fragrant apple blossoms they AC -' tinted cheek and chinj ri '•\"j/'} - , Asid tone 6t purple violets her eyes they pris- -. x onedin, j f \"'•/ And yellow of the crocus brought to shine v among her carls. And sonny smiles they gave to her, and tears • • '• like purest pearls, ': Nor did they wit withhold, oht no, few girls \\ • are bright as sheir- Bnt 111 confess that she has made an April . f-Vj fool of me. B she' command: me stay, I istay if go' I, straightway go Jt die decree that night is day, I swear that it '' is SO— . 1 , Kcpwns she, my heiartsinks,in my'breast , smiles she. I fain would dance . And whether skies be fair or dari depends np- on her glance— And though she may neglect me qsite, some . 3 . swain to bless ' With her delightsome company, in feigned un-r . \\consciousness. : '•...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 April 1900

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 7, 1900. •it: THE ADVOCATE. Uttered in the Poetufflce at Sturgeon Bag, Wb.,0* tfcond-dat» matt matter.. PUBLISHED EVEBY SAT0RKAS AT STUR­ GEON BAY, wis. • PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.-- One year •• Six months ........... ,.... Foor months —...... .. Two months • Sinslecopies tSF: Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. $1.50 175 .50 .25 .05 8TUBOEON BAY, SATURDAY, APR. 7. 1900 , PEN AND SCISSORS. * , • / Of the 12,000 shells hurled into Lady- smith only an average Of one in every 53 did any damage. The nse of artillery in modem wars seems to be more for the moral effect than anything else. It is asserted that cotton spinnere in North Carolina are using more of the staple than is produced in the state. The rapid strides of the south in cotton manufacture® is at­ tracting the attention of the world. Our department: of agriculture will plant 100,000 rubber trees in the Hawaiian islands. This department has been of wo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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