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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE JUNE 16, 1900. A, HOSES. A-,'S BT CHABI1B8 t. tARNErj I walked through a garden of roses, v 54 'Through a garden whose perfume was June— ' Whose perfume was dulcet with June . '' \"iyhero the lips of the bud sweetly closes,, r 'Fore the touch of the ravishing moon I -The sky seemed ever to clear it, - « O'e'r that garden of flower, and moon-^-\" V? -O'er the roses,sweet blush at the moon, And I feasted on honey my spirit, And thought then the year was named June! • TTwas there that the wonderful essence, \\ Of all which enblossoms life's day— ' - . Of all which ensweetens life's day. Unfolded the rapturous presence, v • Of my lovely young loving Jcannot I The superlative air of that garden, : Was heavy, and soft with her sigh— . Was sweet with her eyes, and her sigh— Was dear with the life, of the maiden— And dear with her smiles, and ter eye 1 -My love vras as fair as the rosea, •. Her eyes dreamed full -of the moon-* , T o t h r i l l a l l m y s o u l w i t h t h e ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 June 1900

» ' \" *• i ADVOCATE. Jt&MreH in fit PottQffli* at Sturgeon Bay, TfU., at •?.' second-class maU matter.' . PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR- GEONIBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. $1.50 .75 , .SO One year...•... •• Btx months •••• ••••• Four months ............. -• Two months ftingle copies er Two dollars will bo charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 18,1900. • Among the appropriations mode ,at the late session of congress is §9,000,000 for taking the census of 1900. The footsteps of thd three Boer envoyS\" ^,e president cast the ballots of theaasocia- who are traveling through the country are toting dogged by British spies, who note their every movement and action. A man at Manitowoc who sued all the offi­ cers that were instrumental in sending him to jail his been awarded 6 cento damages by the circuit court.- He fisked $5,000. - Editor J. J. Finney was chosen an- alter­ nate to the national Democratic conventio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 June 1900

16, 1900. 8TU15GEONBATf. SATURDAY, JUNE 18,1900- FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —-July Fourth two weeks from next .Wednesday. . , . • . . •., -r-L. M. Washburn contemplates remodel- ing the front of his big store and he now lias an architect figuring on the plans. : —The boards of review \"in the \"several towns will meet on June 25th to review the assessments now \"being made by the assess- . ors,. ' —The following is the advertised letter list: Joseph Alear, Frank Cmeyla, Mrs. Gusta McDonald, Ed. W. Peltier, J. G. Sickles. • : - ,ti. . —Homegrown strawberries have begun to eome into the market. Mel. Haines was the first to bring a supply of this fruit to town this year. • —The Bmall boy has already begun to in­ dulge in the exhiliarating pastime of swim­ ming,-while the average citizen has not yet shed his winter garments. '• '/ —While attempting to couple cars , last Tuesday Joseph Fax had his left hand in­ jured. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 June 1900

ADVOCATE, JUNE 16,1900. AT BUNKER HILL, , /,• ' BT CBXIULB8 J. BriTTIF. „ On Bunker HiU— . One starry night in glorious June, Beneath a bright midsummer m'opn, I stood and gazed across the bay, 'Where stately ships at anchor lay, Noted their signal lights on high. Like tiny stars athwart the sky Their streamers, flags, and white sails furled As if at peace with all the world. Nor dreamed of battle, storm or wreck. And silence reigned on every deck. As I looked down from Bunker Hill. On Bunkor Hill— I watched gay Boston from the height. Saw brilliant lamp and flasMns light, : Where Britain's gallant warriors slept, And picket guards the night-watch kept, Still silence seem'd to wrap the city. As if the Deity of pity _ Had folded o'er eaoli sleeper's breast • The mantle of a curfew rest. Nor did their sentinels exchange A word of cheer along the range, Between the town and Bunker Hill. On Bunker HiU— , Deep muffled sounds.came up'the height And broke tho silence of the night, ^ 1 The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 16, 1900. •:l: )0tnt. \"ILKA BUDEO' GBA88 KEEPS ITS AIN DROP O DEW.\" / UT LI I LIB E. BABB. A wee bit bonnie lassie came rambling down • ' the hill . Above her a' the heavens were blue around , her a'was still \" Her light, soft-falling footsteps no fairy could have heard, • As, picking gowans, on she came, clear-sing­ ing like a bird. • \"Ilka heart can. find some heart whose love is true, \" \\ ' Uka hand can find some work it alone can do ..'. v. Ilka life, by some life, is brighten'd through and through .y •• Ilka little blade o' grass keeps its drop o' dew. - \"I've seen what wealth a? pearlin's'.the bonnie June rose wore • '. , I've seen the lily's chalice wi' dew-drops run- r'. ning o'er: The garden queens a' glancing in splendid dia­ mond show, And twice ten thousand precious gems where, morning-glories blow. ' But ilka little daisy was weel-watered. too Ilka thirsty heather-bell drank till it was fu' Ilka common gowan-cup .was aV .wetted through ' Illt...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 June 1900

. • \\ • - ' . \" • • • ' r \" • - • _ .. . . . I - 1 . • . K ~ . •• V :• a •• • ' ' X • .. / - - «• \\\"'i THE ADVOCATE, .TTTNF, 1R. IMA / has taught us the way to dp business along this line.— Buy them cheap for cash and sell them on small margins, and if you keep track of tbe riish at the \"Star\" you will rush there too. GROCERIES- Good Mocha and Java Coffee, this week, .. ...... Nice XXX Evaporated Apples, worth 12c a pound/ at i Nice70-80new Prunes, worth 10c a pound, at.... ...... Nice 40-50 hew Prunes, worth 15o pound, at.... Nice Mav Cheese, worth 15c a pound, at...... »... .i*. .Fine California Half Peaches, worth 15b a pound, at.... Nice Bacon,worth 14c, at . .• Summer Sausage, worth 14c a pound, at............. Package of Corn starch, worth 10c, at . .. Nice Ginger Snaps, worth 10c a pound, at Nice Soda Crackers, worth 8c a pound, at............,.. 100-lb'. sack of Patent Flour, worth $2.10, at.... .ioo .......... 9c ......... 5o, i2o llo 'v!, . .12c 4c ....\"...... 8c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 June 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and v entertaining. AU care- fully selected and set up at home. jijjfrfeoif : v We use neither pa- tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. • $1.50 per year. YOL. 39--NO. 11. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR* LAKE MARINE NEWS. Marine Sews In General. The government dredge is removing the sandbar at the entrance to the harbor at Port Washington. The improvement will give this port facilities for vessels drawing fourteen feet of water. Damages to the steamer Owego from her contact with Mauitou island are found to be' extensive, and the boat will be out of action for some time. She is in the Union yards at Buffalo for: sixty new plates, a number of frames and for numerous lesser items'. The Milwaukee Longshoremen's union has filed a demand for an increase of 10 per cent, in wages which has not been granted so far. The men are waiting until a meet­ ing of, the executive committee of the inter­ national organization b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 23, TH& «?A1»*1VR OR THE BE.IDTIFVL FliOVBR. IrARArBRiSRI) - TBgX. TUK ORRMiN OF -OOBTtt*.) -BV J'*H« V- SAX® COCST. . '. I know a flower-^a beauteous flower— ' \"• For which, as here I He • \\ Within th'eso hated pri^ih-walls, X breathe fall\"many.a sigh JForfn'my freedom's happy days That flower was ever near me \"Would I might see it once again . • . Ah! how the sight would cheer me! :i, \" . IW8F. .*'•K.. ,'j Who can it be. O gallant Count I But 1, the royai Hose? , Wr­ iter am I not, beyond compare, The nobieet flower that grown Jn field or garden:—and since thou, '.. Art graced, with knightly armor, • Xhe regal Rose, the queen of flowers, : Must surely bo thy charmer! • '' COUNT. ^ 2 own the sweefuess of the Eose • Her dainty sense invites s iAnd well I know her crimson robes The maiden's eye delights But she is not, for all her charms, . The flower that most I honor • 'I, I love another—would that I • Again might gaze upon her! • .U'-T. ' 1 • Yon E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, .JUNE 23, WOO. .'rjkB OfcP 8WEETHEABT #F JIINB BY JAMEa wnn-COMB BILBTv i'/U one who cons at evening o'er an album all . i.iKi. alone * And inosea on the faces of friends that he has ^7. known, ' ( i So I turn the leaves of fancy till in shadowy ... • • design • V Ifind the smiling features of an old sweetheart {'•J of mine. - jHie lamplight seems to glimmer with a flicker •'. . of surprise : \" ' 7 ' As I turn it low to rest me of the. dazzle in my -7: jeyies,- \"7, . i And I light my pipe in silence, save a sigh that seems to yoke r: V^'?. . Its fate with,my tobacco and to vanish in the _ Bmoke. • v 7'.'7^- ,:JXi8 a fragrant retrospection—for the loving .thoughts that start i Into being are like perfumes from the bios- poms of the heart prf 7 - 7''07: And to dream the old dream over is a luxury divine, . :: -7.7. '! •Whon my truant fancy wanders with that old sweetheart of mine. . t ,,. -. • |• . Thongli I hear, beneath my study, like aflut- teringof wings, ' '.v • T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 June 1900

ADVOCATE JUNE 23, ,1900. THE ADVOCATE. SMmd in thPFostofflct at Sturgeon Bay, fflf, 4* ••/ Mcond-cUus malt matter. - PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TUE- »• GEONJBAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oneyeaf- •••• •• Six months Font months Two months — —... Single copies 91.50 .75 .50 .35 . .06 Two dollars will be charged if not paid thin the year. • 8TUBGEON BAY, SATURDAY. JUNE 23,1900. ' McKlntey and Roosevelt. William McKinley and Theodore Roosa- volt will be theBtandard bearers of the Re­ publican party duringthe coming campaign, both having been nominated by acclamation at the National convention held in Phila­ delphia Thursday, Governor Boosevelt de- - olined most emphatically to. become acandi- dateat first, but the pressure became so strong that he was forced to yield at last. This is a very strong combination, and that they will be triumphantly elected next November admits of no question. The Trouble In China. The situation in China is becoming...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 June 1900

ADVOCATE, JUNE 23, .V.K\" The Aixvocatk. ^ BTUEGEON BAT, BATUBDAi, JUNE 28,1900. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —The communication sent in by Geo. M. Roberts will have to go over until next week. :—The following is the advertised letter list: Mr. Julian Conard, Mr. LukeFlynn, Mr. JamesKen, Mrs. Minnie. , —The tune for opening, bids for building the addition to the school house in the Fourth ward has been postponed to July 3d. —By reference to a large announcement it will.be noted that our Marinette neighbors will also have a big celebration on the Fourth. . ' —The Moravian people are talking of hav­ ing their'church lighted by electricity also, and the addition mil no doubt be supplied immediately. —Local buyers are paying 65 cents for - wheat today. The market continues firm on the strength of adverse crop reports received from the wheat fields of the great north­ west. : ^ v • • • —The relatives of the late J. S. Hay...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 June 1900

THE ABVOGATE JUNE 23, 1900. DOWN IN XHEOItCHABD. BT HATIUK » CRR1R. Down in the orchard the apple trees bloom . As I hasten again through their, mazes, 'While back to my heart, with their tender per­ fume. • Steal the soft-spoken vows and lOve-phraseB That marked our ead parting ere far from her ~r . side •• \" •: My home-quest in love'9 behalf borne me. But where is my Mary, my darling, my pride, 7 That she seeks not the orchard before me? '•Faithful to thee thou shalt find me,\" said she -\"-V •••• J \"At the apple-tree tryst on returning.\" But the place is forsaken. Oh, where can she bet .. ':\\ With suspense and impatience rm burning t Hake answer, my true love I That thou hast forgot : Our pledges I'll not believe, Mary t\" Hy quest has succeeded. Henceforth on our lot ' t Fair Fortune shall smile like a fairy. Sweet is that home in the wild, rolling West, • And fertile the prairie around it. But still like a heathen-home, dark and un- • blest, . • • Till thy rich, wifely lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 June 1900

ADÂ¥OQATE, JUNE 23, Jarmaittrllflmf. .\" 'ffll NEIGHBOR'S CAKOES. J otto no lands, I hold no title deeds -. •• .\". For me nogleaming gold nor silver shine ' * And yet one garden spcft ia gay for me, , ItB wealth iB mine. : For at my window, as I .sit and sew. Spread out before me all its greenness lies— Myneighbor'B garden, yet it buds and blooms For alien eyes. „ I see the first narcissus' yellow crown. The first pale cowslip with its sunny face I scent the violets as it wakes and peeps ' From shady place. The great red peonies, like crimson halls, '• All blush with shame:beside their sisters \" white. And snowdrops in the borders hang their heads' In sad. affright. : - The scarlet poppies drink the noonday beams. And nod and dream upon their furry stalks The stately tulips bend and sway above The garden walks. 7 And small browu sparrows hop and dart and wheel. And come again on tiny, tireless wing. And early robins pipe their first glad notes And tell of spring. .. I sit and sew ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 June 1900

ADVOCATE, JUNE 23. 1900. •nnnHnffnf!tTr»wnmTrTHTnnnffffnnHTmn»Hnnnnn»f?mnffwmmHrfm?e If you want to get value for ypur money, go to the Smith- Bassford Co. and get a suit at Half Price: • 1 Doz. Men's Suits—worth regular $6—at 83.99 \" ' \" 499 5.99. 1 Doz. Men'sSuiw—worth regular $10—at\".... « » « « » $11 \" .... « « • « \\ \" $12 \" .. .. • it i- i» ' « . »t *14 ' ' $l8 « .i.'.' 1 Doz. Children's 3-pieoe Suite—worth regular! -at.. ......6.99 7.99 ......8.99 ... ..9.99 10.99 ,.,....1.50 2.25 « » - • 2-pieco \" \" \"• $2 \"... « « \" \" . \" •\" $2.50r-at 5Doz. Children's Waists—worth regular 50o—to close....'.. ..., 2Doz. Men's Light Weight Serge Coat and Vest, to close at STRAW HATS—all prices... ..... .5o, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 356 RUMMER CAPS.. '. .... .....15c,20c, 25o,35c,40c,59c 69c, 79c These prices are good for two weeks. Kead otir- grocery prices in last week'* paper. 1.29 .23 2.99 Smith-Bassford Co. I What YOB Can BOV \" ' AT TDK City Drug Store: Pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 June 1900

fxxrnos 1 - ' ' _j Historical Society , „ ' r m * 1 Our stories are com- . f plete, instructive and enteFtaining. fulfy selected arid set up at home. We use neither pa-/ tent norplate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. VOL* 39--NO. 12. STURGKON BAY. WIS,,.SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1900. Si .50 A YEAR. MARINE The Empire State Asliore. , This big steamer Empire State of the Lackawana line ran ashore Wednesday night ... at a point about eight miles,south of little Sturgeon', or abreast of what is Known as Sugar Creek.. The steamer had taken on a • part of a cargo of oats at Green Bay and was bound to Menominee to finish out her . load. After leaving the Ancient city ! the boat was turned over to'the first -officer by .Capt. Frank Powell, who retired, and the first inkling he had of what had happened was when he was awakened early the follow­ ing morning .and found his vessel hard aground. As soon as daylight appeared Capt: i'Powpll went ashore.und securing a rig drove' to this city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 June 1900

: THE ADVOCATE JUNE 30, 1900. two#m. : Somcortiere in that strangelantt we call the Tast, Where each' of us has'laid hig \"treasures by, Wy heart lias set one day whose light shall last When all youth's golden years forgotten lie, -JDrer across my life it shines afar, - As through a storm-tossed »ky one glorious star.' _/• ' - . .- • One 9is struck sudden 'midst the whirling -' -years • Iktothe perfect calm of Paradise -One day-when life, set free from doubts and fears, • lAy lore-lit under shining summer skiqs. _ When I my heart's mad hoping dared confess, And found a Heaven in mv lady's \"Yes.\" t The'elourts roll back: the gentle wind that «ighs \" SJOB -through the branches has her voice's tone: HM-«ye8 look in sweet answer to my eyes Occe more I feel her hanij within my own.. T^ei fortune spoil my treasures as she \"will, 55at one bright memory is with me still. Somewhere within that unknown shadowy land We call the Future waiteth me a day When 1 shall hold again my lady's h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 30,1900. BOOKOPllFE. \" Over and over again, . -.i • No matter wbich way we torn, • . • : v j4.* We always find in the Book of Life ^. Some lesson we have to learn. : ' ' : We most take our .turn at the mill, j *v' We innst grind ont the golden grain , j, *1i We must work at onr task with a resolute will . \" -1 Over and over, again. V -i ••• v.: We cannot measure the need Of even the tiniest flower, ,T\"' Or check the flow of the golden sands That ran through a single hour. But the morning dews must fall And the sun and the auzusner rain : Must do their part, and perform it all Over and over again. Over and over again , . t1', y The brook through the meadow flows. And over and over again j ' I The ponderous mill-wheel goes: ' Once doing will not suffice, Though doing be not in vain: And a blessing failing as oncis or twice : Stay come if we try again. . s , The path that has once been trod Is never so rough to the feet, * And tHe lesspii we once have learned .Is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 June 1900

ADVOCATE JUNE THE ADVOCATE. ! in the Pmtoffici at Stvryton Bay, IVU., at ttcond-clMt mail matter. PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. Six months.... Fonr months Two months Single copies . «.G0 : .78 - .60 .25 . .05 »\"Two dollars will be charged if not paid within •ithin the year. STURGEON BAY, 8ATURDAY, JUNE 80,1900. Congressman Minor's View?. In common with oar senators and Other Wisconsin representatives^ Congressman Minor of this district was invited by the ' Santinel for publication 6 brief statement of hip reasons why the Republican partyshould be continued in authority We reproduce .. vhis contribution as follows: Why should the Republican party be re­ tained in power? Well, let us see if we can ' not give some cogent reasons that will answer your question. • /: • First, Republican policies are progressive. They adjust themselves to the conditions of taday, and as near as may be, to what they...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 June 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 30,1900. THE ADVOCATE. ST0BGEON BAT. SATURDAY, JUNE SO. 1900. FRANK LONG, Editor,and Proprietor, Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Another brisk sliower of rain Was de. pbsited over this region Thursday night. . 1The following is the' advertised letter list: Mrs. EllaBawa, WillieHemple, Fred. Schiler. ' , —B. T. Thorp is having the roof of his residence on Church street raised to enable 1 him \"to add another story thereto. —Strawberries did you say? Louis Fidler exhibited specimens of this fruit Tuesday of •which nineteen berries filled a quart meas- are All the brick work on the new hotel building has now been completed and the roofers are busily engaged getting the struc­ ture under cover. —The members of the University Club had an outing down the bay shore Tuesday , afternoon and a few hours were very pleas­ antly spent at the summer cottage of Mr. tind Mrs. Y. V. Dreutzer. , —The monument proper - erected to the memory of - the lat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 30 June 1900

m- ADVOCATE, JUNE 30, 1900. • (Cornhill Wacsiine.) BY HENRY KNOWLTON. r?i_J •' j. . Having occasion some years ago to go from one of the Turkish islands of the Mediterranean over to European terra- flittma I was obliged to go to Syra, the : entrepot of the Levant, to take passage in the Austrian Lloyd's steamer but • as the cholera panic and the restrictions laid on the steamers from . all Turkish ports had virtually stopped regular com- munication with Greek ports, I was , obliged to borrow the yacht of an Eng lish friend who happened to be visiting • us at the time. Our island had had no V case ot cholera, and indeed had never been visited by it its general health - fulness was all that could fee desired by the most exacting board of health, and as, morpover, we were fortified with English, Turkish, and Greek bills of health, I. anticipated at the worst a de­ tention of four or five days previous to being permitted to land. We had a charming run of thirty odd hours, with just win...

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