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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 May 1900

AOTOGATE,MAY i2( 1900. ETES OF BBOVN AND BLIJS. - \" B. AtLKH. \\ Ont of the room and into the gloom Died the music fa tremnlous sighB. Fled from the room and faded in gloom , ' Were the mnrmnrons tones of low replies. The laughing lips andcheeks in bloom, The mazy fthirl of fair forms there. The measured heat of festive feet \" And flash of white arms bare- All were gone, for the revel -waa through. But still it seemed my rapturous doom To be haunled by eyes of brown and blue. Bine of the sky that sparkles on high And expands o'er the meadow of May: Blue of the sky that canopies high The daisied-mead, of blossoming spray Brown of the brook, the autumn brook, Upon whose waves the sere leaves look, . Autumn brooks with a waveless flow. And scimiter flash of fins aglow. And golden dash of sands below- Such were the eyes of brown and bine That Haunted me when the revel was through. In the luminous glare of the streetlight's stare That tinted my room with a ghostly grpy. In the pallid g...

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 — 12 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 12, THE ADVOCATE. Entered in the Pottnfiee at Sturgeon Bay, WU.iat steond-dtm tnaii matter. ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT8TUK- GEON BAY, WIS. • FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. Six months.- ••••• IVRAR months..— Two months Single copiw ......v «r Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. #1.50 .76 .60 .85 STUBGEON BAY. SATURDAY, MAY 12. 1000. Twenty-five steamers areto leave Seattle daring the presentmonth forCape Nome, the new gold diggings in Alaska, and 6,000 ^prospectors tire already^ booked for passage, Therush is unprecedented in the history of this country. . . • . The war in South Africa costs Great Britain upward of $300,000 every twenty- fotir hours. War at best is a very expen­ sive luxury, andonly those countries which have great wealth and resources can afford to indulge in it. The village, of Amberg, in Marinette county, is about to lose its main and really only industry. It is proposed to transfer t...

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 — 12 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 12, 1900. W: THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY.13ATURDAY. MAY 12„1900. TTOANTT LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OP LOCAL INTEREST. • —Oscar Mainz has received lite ice wagon, which is quite an elaborate outfit. —Frank Michaels is getting together the material for a considerable addition to be built on the south side of his residence on Main street. —The following letters remain uncalled for at the local postoffice: Miss Clara\" Schultz, Mr. John IJte, Lloyd Brown, Mr. Math Peffer, Mr. Wiliam Braning. —The -addition to the \"J. S. Hardware Go's, store is about completed. There are two stories and a basement, which will give the company plenty of additional room, the building being 45x50 feet. 1—Henry Overbeck, jr.,\" was re-elected chairman of the ^Republican congressional committee at the nominating convention held in Appieton . last week. He held the same position during 1894-5. ( .' —The foundation walls for the new bank building are ...

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 — 12 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 12, 1900. - .TO THE QUEEN CITY* \\ ' .. •: ' ll tnu ALICE UROWNI. Far backin Memory's goldeaest time'' ^' My yearning thoughts keepgrecn for aye The beautiful unclouded clim«V. - Of youths'delicious Mom o'May, Whose rose-embowered-pathways svreet Spread Boftly for my childish feet A thornless Via Vitas, wound • Upward and onward evermore, Where Hope's fair Arch of Triumph crowned The green aspiring hills of yore. . Far back, vailed in translucent haze, Its unforgotten glories blaze, A beacon light whose radiance streams Athwart the years of strife and loss, To where the Crown Victorious gleams ' . Above the Shadow of the Cross. And oft my lonely spirit yearns To tread the shining path once more That leads where that lost.glory burns . TTndimmed on the far hillB of yore. For still, in twilight dreams, abright Mirage those memories unfold. Pictured against the purple night In fleeting lines of sunset gold. Boofed with a still, unshadowed sky. The lovely hills of Kev...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 12, 1900. 1 \\om. MAN'S MORTALITY. • Idke as the'drim^ Or like ii blossom on a tree, - . - Or like a dainty flower in May, Or like the morning to the day, , Or like the son, or like the shade. Or like the gonrd which Jonah had— Even such is man, whose thread is spun. Drawn oat and oat, and so is done. The rose withers, the blossom blasteth. The flower fades, the morning hasteth, * • The son sets, the Bhadow flies, The gourd consumes, the man-he dies. I(ike the grass that's newly sprang, v Or like a tale that's new began, ] ' Or like the bird that's here today, : Or like the pearled dew in May, \" • Or like an hour, or like a span. Or like the singing of a swan- Even such is man, who lives by breath, Is here, now there, in life and death. The grass withers, the tale is ended. The bird is flown, the dew's ascended.\" • The hour is short, the span hot long. The swan's near death, man's life is done. Like to the bubble in the brook. Or in'a glass muohlike a look, Or li...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 12 May 1900

m s THE ADVOCATE, MAY 12, 1900. ^ffBnffnwitnwwnwwwwwwHHWwiinwBwwTiwHwnmrimfffffffWffwwwwiMHfTrwj I THE ^,S\" I : Bargains that will save you | .money. Prices that prove with \\ doable emphasis in a variety of i ways. Come to the \"Star\" and | buy Ladies' Underwear, Corsets 2 and Hosiery. \"Ladies' Muslin Skirts—deep ruffl^-at... .v ......................49o Ladies' Muslin Skirts—39c value—at .... • •••'• • • • • • • Ladies' Corset Covers—white cotton—at.... •••••• • ••• Ladies' Muslin Drawers—tucked and embroidered—at.. 88c Ladies\" Ribbed Vesta -trimmed neck and sleeve—at ,.« -..18c .Indies' Ribbed Vests-White Swiss-long sleeves—at . . 25c ladies' Corsets in medium length, short htp, fancy vresden patterns,: _ - - l a c e a n d r i b b o n t r i m m e d t o p — a t . . . . . . . . . 4 4 o *W. C. Corset and Dr. Warner's in all colors and sizes—at.. .$1,79c«nd 69c 3 iLadies' Tan and Black Hose with elastic top and double sole, z guaranteed fast and stainless, pair ... .. . ..... —...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 May 1900

n We use neithef pa- / tent nor plate matter* That'? why we excel. $1.50 per year. VOL. 39--NO. 6. [ffistorin r jHistori^l STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1900. Guaranteed Circulation 2,52SCo^ For this week's edition $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Crashed Into the lr»w. \" While passing through the bay abbutll o'clock Monday, night one of the carferries in tow of the tugJ. C. Ames collided with the draw of the bridge and, did damage to the extent of-about $1,500. i/..- , According to the accounts of the bridge- tenders the Ames had 6ut a full length of line between the two carferries, and when the steamer entered the draw.it was seen that'the stern tow was zig-zagging, first the red and then the green light being visible. Thinking he could straighten the craft out the captain gave the steamer a? full head of steam, but just as the carferry entered the opening she took a sheer to port and struck the bridge half way between the middle and the endionthe north side, crushing the...

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 — 19 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE. MAY 19. 1900. i . \" • • A W«n*N!l 4VBSTION. BT EU8ABKTH BuBKKTT BROWSING. Do you liiiow you' have asked for the costliest thing ' •Ever made by the Htmd above— A woman's heart, and a woman's\" life. And a Woman's wonderfnllove? Do'you know you have asked for this priceless thing As a child has asked for a toy. - Demanding Svhat others have died to win. With the reckless dash of a'boy? \"Jou have written my lesson of duty out, ' Manlike you have questioned me: \" How etand at the bar of my woman's soul Until I shall question thee. \" You require your mutton shall always be hot, Your socks and your shirts shall be frhole: \"I \"require your heart to be true as God's stars, And pure as heaven your soul. Sou require a cook for your mutton and beef I require a far bettor thing Jb. seamstress you're wanting for stockings and shirts- Ilook for a man and a king. A Icing for a beautiful realm called home. And a man that the maker, God, Shall look upon as he did the first, •An...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 May 1900

TgE :Ai^Q€A£E MAJ 19, 1900. HUNTING MAY iPPlKS WITH* JIA- .tv BEL* • •• •'ip... BT JOK. BTSTOF.. Hunting for May apples, Mabel and I fWent through the meadows some distance j: away Soft was the azure that tinted the sky: \"I went along just to show her the Way. Of blossoms of yellow and purple and bine I gathered enough to give her a bouquet, And told her its language was tender and true, : As I went along just to show her the way. Her face was as pink as the May blossoms are 'Surrounding the apples we gathered that • :' day ._ j X'. ', i . And as Bunahine fell down her long locks of ^oldhair, • And her voice stirred my heart in a magical ' way. tasked her if life was not ragged with care, if there were not some words she would like 1 me to say Then I hinted how love made the dullest life • fair: .. \"\"i • She listened and said, VYou most show me the way.\" • ' In her eye gently lowered I caught the quick • ? sign, ' - When a rapture awoke me more thrilling , than May •' . J. And ...

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 — 19 May 1900

I ' • \" ' ' , THE ADVOCATE, MAY 19, 1900. ADVOCATE. Muter*# in Vie IVttqglci at Sturgeon Say, M teamd-clats maU matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATDKDAT ATSTDB- GEON BAY, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor, and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year........ ............. .. ..••' #1.80 Six months* .!» F o u r - m o n t h s — . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Two months ..-v.i. Single copies .............. .......... .05 tw Two dollars will be charged if not paid Within the year.. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1800. ' E. S. MINOR'S CAXPIDACY. c Kore Word* of PraiM for the Boor County Man. • Oshkosh Northwestern: The nomination tion of Congressman Minor .is, no doubt, for the best interests of thrf district BO far as se­ curing the benefit of his congressional ex­ perience is concerned. Mr. Minor will be in .much better position to secure advantages for his district than a new member would be. His prominence and' influence in con­ nection vrith marine matters, in which, his district is so largely ...

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 — 19 May 1900

• r THE ADVOCATE MAY 19, ISO©. STUBGEON BAT, BATtJBDAY, MAY 19,1900. yRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. HEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST, —The timely rains ought to prove a-good thing for the wild strawberry crop, and a big yield will no doubt be the result, •—M* F.: Laplant has, added a complete' new outfit of chairs, mirrors, etc. to his ton- sorial parlors, which, is a great improvement. —There will be an ice cream sociable at the Marquette: Hall this (Friday) evening for the benefit of the Catholic cemetery asso­ ciation —The smoke stack of the It. P. Co, can­ ning factory was raised Tuesday and it is a monster in size compared to the one which it replaces. , —If every town in the county would-make it a point to construct' say a mile of good roads every year that question would be set­ tled in a very short while. —E. T. Thorp this week received a car­ load \"of horses which came direct from the state of Washington. ' They are all yoilng animals,-and...

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 — 19 May 1900

THE, JW?V^q®EB, MM3?, :X THE VALI.BV BHOOK. \" BT JOBS a. BBTAKT. Fresh trbm the fountains of the wood , A rivulet of the volley came, 'V. And glided on for many-ii rood, „ • Flashed with the morning's ruddy flame. • The air was fresh, and soft, and sweet, v The slopes in spring's new verdure lay. And wet-with dew-drops at my feet,\"'. V . Bloomed the young violets of May. .So sound of busy life was heard, - Amid those pastures, lone and still. Save the faint chirp of early bird. Or bleat of flocks along the hill. jt traced that rivulet's winding wa.y— New scenes of beauty opened round, Where meads of fresher verdure lay, ' And lovelier blossoms tinged the ground. \"Ah! happy mountain stream,\" I said, « : \"Calm glides thy wave amid the flowers, Whose fragrance round thy path is shed Through^U the joyous summer hours. \"Oh, could my years, like thine, be passed ' . In some remote and silent glen,- Where I could dwell and sleep at last. Far from the bustling haunts of men.\" ' But...

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 — 19 May 1900

TtiE ADVOCATE, MAY 19, 1900. lonu. AFTEBBA1N. B T , ^ _ : With fret and clamor along tho fells P Some wild brook bafcbled her rude'refrain Tho fitful tinkle of cattle-bells • Bane faint in the lulls of the wind and rain. As far by the sodden paths today . I tracked the loitering feet of May. v ^ - In vain I sought the spell that lies In springtime's budding bloom and grace The gloom of uncongenial skies lay on her sad, averted face, Thridding the dim, storm-beaten lands, Belated, and with empty hands. . Only a tremulous haze of green . Softened the landscape here and there Low, sedgy hillocks, with pools between, Dotted the meadows, and made, them fair. Despite the gray rain skurrying past Befor-e the shrill, disconsolate blast. Along the rivulet's reedy course . : The maples reddened far away ' , The sallow gold of sprouting gorse - Like mist upon the moorland lay And bluetts, by the brawling brook, Sweetened the gloom of ferny nooks. But oh! for the something that stirs the blood ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 19 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE. MAY 19. 1900. «^inriinni!ffnnmnriwwiHfwwffwnnTWHHi»i»!H»Hiwwiiwiimwwinnf»wHM has claim upon your interest that few of­ ferings' have, for just as the weather be­ gins to make summer fabrics a necessity. We come forward with prices less than wholesale prices. Fine Printed' Dimities and Cotton Chattiest Boa-yardvalue for.........»..... .5c 10c a yard value TrouvilLL&wns, fast color.. 6c '8o a yard value Alpiiie Lawns, fast color. r.'.. ...* .4c 9c a yard value Ontevra standard colore .. .7c « lao.a yard value Dimity, light and dark grounds ............... i 9Ho •20c a yard valiie Fngli&h Penang, 36 inches. .. , • .. . ..........12%0 J33c a yard value French Printed Organdie, new designs . ...20o * Did you get a Silk Waist out of the silk we had on sale last week? If •aiofc, come how and we will still give you a bargain. 5000 yards of Laces to close at lc, 2c 3o, 4c, 5c, 6c, 7c, 8c and So, Torchon Lace, to 3 inches wide, at 5c, 8c, 9c and 10c. All Groceri...

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 — 26 May 1900

, ' , . \" • „' , 1Jf [-.'V k yp'stori0a!g0cfflfctf PI\" i •./.' .-'• Guaranteed Circulation 2,525 Copies For this week's edition VOL. 39--NO STURGEON SATURDAY, MAY 26, YEAR. We use neither pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. LAKE MARINE SEWS. ' Schooners Tied Up. Thirty coarse-freight carrying schooners are tied tip • at their docks as a result of a meeting of vessel owners Saturday morning, when it was decided to allow the boats to remain idle until seamen will accept the wages of $1.75 paid in Chicago, instead of $2 a day as they have been paid'so far this season. The list of vessels laid np is as fol­ lows: Carrier, City of Grand Haven, L. A. Simpson, Black Hawk, Hattie Hutt, C. H. Hackley, Elida, Clara, J. V. Taylor, Wol­ verine, Hare,' Willie Lou tit, Stafford, Sar­ dinia, William Aldrich, Levi Grant, Ella Ellenwood, M. A. Gregory, Seaman, A. B. , C. IYM., A. O. Hanson, G-. W. Westcott, La Petite, J. C.Bauer, Alice, G. J. Boyce, \" City of Shebo...

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 — 26 May 1900

i -\\i THE ADVOCATE, MAY 26, im # A BALLAD OF SIlCtlfeJBS. is tuiriis the bee to Mushing flowers. As the vane turns toward the breoze, .£» toilers in the noontide hours Turn to the Bliading trees, V As turns the ncodlo to the pole, : As turns young love to May, As waves that Up the shallows roll, Turn back toward ocean's spray— , So, even so, my heart, care free, Teers ever round, my home, to thee. As. after cloud, we seek the light ? , As, after frost, the sun As, after strwfcle's fevered might, : \"'\"\"We seek the prize weU won As. after drought, we wish for rain. As, after toil, for ploy As, after tossing on the main, ° We yearn to reach the bay- So, after worldly strife, I flee * To find sweet test, my. home, in thee. Jtg longs the pilot for the land, - • As longs the sick for health, •• As longs the youth for pathways grand : - And endless stores of wealth. As longs the eagle for his peak. As longs the serf for gold. Ab longs the swimmer, faint'and weak. For strength his pl...

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 — 26 May 1900

THE ADVOCATE. MAY 26, 1900. liASTTTEAB. ' Last year he wrote\"The roses blossom red, • W And palely white to scent the hot, still air. And then, soft springing in the garden bed, ''' The aromatic pinks all tall and fair ' : *Nod to each other as the dawn grows clear,\" 'That was last year sad heart I that was last year! • , •'*'•) Here ia the page! as there I sadly trace The failing hand that pain's keen touch had ' ,:S 1 pressed, |fl note the faltering, the increasing space, : As if the tesk were hard, then longed forrest ... Were yet moro urgent. Ah 11 sitting hero\" ' : Bemember all this letter said last year. \\ j And now I rise—and. wander all alone 'i Beneath his roses v when wan night glides by I see the moonlight on the stone ' • That marks the spot where he out' there doth i ^ He / . : At rest—alon®—he who was once so dear, ~ 'om whom chat letter came last year—last year! ' -'v.' Is it not cruel how his roses bloom? iw lives this letter, though the writer's dead ( . A.\"- ...

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 — 26 May 1900

• THE ADVOCATE, MAY 26, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. BnUrttl in the PotUtfice aLStvrgeon Bay, Vni., 01 Mtttmd-clats mail mailer. PUBLISHED EVERY-SATCIRDAYAT STUR­ GEON BAY. WIS. , FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF 8CBSCBIPTI03S. . ti.sa .75 . .60 One year........ '• ••• ®r months Four months. -.•• ••• • Tiro months •?» Single copies ...-. •Â« W~Two dollars will be charted if not paid within the year. BTORGEOS BAY, SATURDAY, MAY S6, WOO. Sqime German-Americans. Milwaukee Sentinel: Hie practice to which some German-Americans are given of according extravagant praise'to everything done in Germany, while depreciating, on the other hand, affaire in this country, comes in for a well-deserved rebuke at the hands of The Germania, which observes that such fellows ought to be earnestly re­ proved by all of those born in Germany who acquired American citizenship from serious conviction. Those of them who tlius be­ foul their Own nest, in its opinion, belong in the pillory. They make them...

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 — 26 May 1900

26, 1900. ivA-\" ADVOCATE. BT0BGEON BAY. BATUBDAY, MAY 26, 1000. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OP LOCAL INTEREST. '—Only three more weeks of school after this, the vacation this year beginning on -June 15th. —Boss F. Wright has removed his bicycle establishment to the Graef block, occupy­ ing the large room in the basement. _ —The following is the advertised letter , list: , Mrs. George Wulf, Miss Mary Meller, o Capt. E. H. Schuenemann care of schooner Jlary Collins. \\ . —Thursday was Ascension day, and the customary services were held in St. Joseph , church here. These were very largely at­ tended as usual. : —All members of the Philharmonic sing­ ing school are requested to meet at Wash­ burn's hall, Friday evening, June 1st, when business of the society of importance will be transacted. v —-B. Deiter has just received some very handsome and unique designs in wall paper i and border, which is on exhibition at his warerooms on Cedar...

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 — 26 May 1900

THEADVOCATE, MAY 26, 1900. HBK tapAVKWVh BITES. if' •• JA*«1 WBITOOMB BtLIT. \"S. O her beautiful eyes! they are bine as the dew .I' On the. violet's bloom when the morning is new, And the light of their love is the gleam of the sun. K O'er the meadow of spring wherefhequick .'... • • shadows ran. ! As. the morn shifts the mists and the clouds from the skies— _•Â£ So I stand in the dawn of her beautiful eyes.' . And her beautiful eyes are asmidday to me, \"When the lily-bell bends with the weight of : t h e b e e . And the throat of the thrush is a pulse in the heat, ad the'senses are drugged with the subtle ^ and sweet, . Andthe delirious breaths of the air's lullabies So I stroon in the moon of her beautiful eyes. O her beautiful eyesl. they hare smitten mine own, s As a glory glanceddpwn from the glare of the throne: And I reel, and I falter arid fall, as afar Fell the shepherds , that lo&l^ed on the mythi­ cal star, : And yet dazed in the tidings th&tbade them arise— •...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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