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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 21, 1900. •* :!V:' x- ^ • THB iAjftiB tMW. »T **»A AU0» BBOWKE. - Above th# lowly Keep of Stowe, ' The haggard moras break wan and chill The tret crag shines, sad And slow She hear* the sMi tid.es ebb and flow Among the reeds hi Innis-KilL ' From one huge Tampart, overran .4 With lusty ivy, centuries old, Atdawn, or 'when the day is dons. ° - 1 She watches ever, in mist and son. The far sails drifting, one by one. Athwart the sombre gray and gold. O, years and years have come and gone, - Since faint thro' flying clonds and spray. And ever fainter, and farther drawn • Along the Bhining horizon, ^r-'.V- ' ' In the still whiteness of the dawn, She watched his dim sail fade away! And year by year, in her high tower * •• Beside the dreaiyfnorthern main, A matin chime, or vesper hoar, ' Tho'sans inay shine, or tempestslower. My lady in her lonely bower '' Still waits and weeps for him, in vain I • Her dusky robes around her trail : Her yearning glances, seaward bent...

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 — 21 July 1900

I^SS#li8$s8 JTOY2I, THE ADVOCATE. Altered to A« iteftyftct a SturgM Jay,' Wlt., 4u PUBLISHED EVERY SATCRDAY AT 8TCR GfiON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. KATES OF 8UBSCMFTI0N. On?year -. .... ....$1.50 Bit months............. .75 Four months......... ........... SO Two months .25 Single copies ................ .05 tST\" Two dollars will he charged if not paid .thin the year. * 8IDBGEON BAY. SATUBDAY, JULY 21,1000. If all the money in circulation in this country were divided pro rata among the seventy odd million people there would only be about, $30 for each man, woman and child. Were President McKinley\" to call for 1,- 000,000 volunteers for service in China they would be forthcoming inside of one week's time. That is the way the people of this country feel about the matter At the present moment. Governor Tanner lias offered the general government two regiments of Illinois malitia who desire to be sent to China to assist in bringing the rebellious Celestials to terms...

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 — 21 July 1900

m' 2f, 1900. bMum. - '] , I THE ADVOCATE. STCBGEON BAY. SATURDAY. JULY 21.1900. BTiAIiK IX)N6, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. rain falls of the present —The island 'mill will not start up the NEWS , OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Local dealers are paying 68 cents for wheat and 52 cents for rye. —Chas. Beck is enlarging his cigar factory in the Third yrard owing to ari increase of business. —Wm. B. Brabazon is having a snug and .comfortablo residenco erected for himself in the First ward. : —The rain on Snnday prevented the ball game from being played between Escanaba and the home team. . .. —The regular services will beixeld in the Moravian church on Sunday, conducted by : Bey. John Erickson, of West Green Bay. • . —The R. P. Co. broke their record again on Thursday of last week, when 105,000 cans of peas were put in a run of fifteen hours. '—$fe have heard no complaint on the . part of thrifty house wives because of a scarcity of • soft wate?.. during • the present ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 July 1900

11V MRABR SEHJF. • BY CJUN.1B KICK AT. Iknow thee not, my youthful friend! - And yet I thirik that lean traco. As wistfully I gaze end bend, . : tomething familiar in thyface— : MethinkglTeeeen thy ruddycheei, V Thy brow unwrtoblod, fair and high, Thy pleasant smile that seems to speak, . Thy darkbrown hair—thy sparklingeye! .When did I know thee? Thou art fair— fcidl amftwland full of woe,' My aching brow is seamed with care— •Twas surely in the long ago! r' How changed ami! while thou'rt the same As when I know thee fresh and young: Love in thine eyes a living flarno. And tuneful witcheries on thy tongue! 31iy heart was strong, thy step was light, Ambition frolicked in thy brain. And dared to dream of diezier height Than mortal effort could attain. Thy fancies wandered unconfined Wild as the storms on mountain crest. And free as gentlest summer wind That wantons on the ocean's breast. S, Time seemed before thine oager eyes To stretch illimitably long For toil, for pleasure, for em...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 21 July 1900

m THE ADVOCATE, JULY 21, 1900. rra£jkAiN$ow session BT.GBOBOli iMBBIDQE. A sHbwer came down and kissed the earth with loving tenderness. And\" every forest monarch sage . received its mute caress The flowera and. the meadow brook drank in its sweetness rare, \"And A .mother and her little child' stood 'neath'a spreading oak! The child was mute with .wonder as thus the mother'spoke: Fattening Bogs. its sweetness rare, - v The following summary of-results, as ie'en the sna smiled through the trees, and obtained at the Illinois collcge farzxi, in made the scene more fair. experiments in feeding hogs, will be of interest to those engaged in practical pork-producing: 1. It required 13.80 pounds of skim- mother spote: milk to produce one pound of pork when \"Look, Raymond dear, 'cross yonder hill, to- fed with corn meal ' ratio one and one- ward the sky so blue, seventh to fattening hogs. Do yon not see that lovely arch of colors bold 2. Skim-milk should not be economi- and true? . cally...

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 — 21 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE JULY 21,. 1900. Inventory brings forth the broken lots and short lengths in | every department anl lines, over- \\ large for mid-summer as well. Now while the goods are the only ones desired for immediate use we = s take our customary method of disposing of them. A s »sharp cut m prices. WASH GOODS REMNANTS—DIMITIES and LAWNS. ' \" ' \" 25o | 14o I BLACK GOODS REMNANTS—Short Lengths- •• \\ C $3.00Silk-and-WoolGrenadines for .......-$1 95 3 » 1.25MohairCreponsfor................«i.• •• •• • • •••• • • • • • E 2.50Pino Broadcloth for.... • } gg 2.00Striped Crepe de chine for.................. 1 38 2.50Fancy Etamine Canvas for............. ....i................ :1 75 SILK REMNANTS. ••:••• 75c Foulards for 45c, 50p & 55c. 85c Foulards for.,..50o, 55c & 60c s $1.00 Foulards for... .'60o, 65c & 79c. • | Smith-Bassford Co. Th& pies went lik? lujt.ca&as, wying in jprice all the way up to $1.4$ and brought the snug sum of $28, the proceeds going in­ to th...

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 — 28 July 1900

Our storieslare com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All care­ fully selected atid set up at home. iu.tw'w imi f We use neitfier pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. $1.50 per year. VOL. S9-NO. 16. STURGEON BAY, WIS , SATURDAY, JULY 2&, 1900, 1.50 A YEAR The Schroeder Struck by Idghtnlng. The steambarge John Schroeder, Capt. Fetor March, w struck by lightning while off Manistee on'her last trip. The bolt fol­ lowed the whed chains and entering the pilot-house stunned the wheelsman. 'The charge of electricity likewise spoiled the compass. No: other damage was inflicted, and while the crew got a thorough fright ,no one was seriously injured. \" The Schroeder was in drydock at Milwau­ kee this week for repairs to her stern-bear- ings and have her top-sides re-calked,. ! • %iie|led Htuttoy With an Axe. •While at Racine Saturday the captain, Wm. Smith, of the tug Perfection got info a wrangle with one of the crew and seizing an axe felled the belligerent to the d...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE:, JULY 28.1900. THE JESTER SUMS UP. . • .' miser an J thp doubtful -ward will lift to • • ntukeajaun: •'\" - Theglazier is a happy ni*m when business is a •• jtane:, ••' '1. If yen hare a chestnut to preserve just boil it down in ink You'll find the fancy, slippors at the roller skat- • ins- rink. - A snake skin's shed, a horse is shod, a prowling hen isshooed A. deed is done, a dun is did, and nothing is a ' i ' . ' . d u d e • - ' • , \" A politician is a flow, a Boston girl a flue A cow is sold, a lion \"stale, the horned horse is gnue \"', V '.V-'\" She shower bath'sa damp ono, but the stove's a damper still • ^lou\" will never grind with water that is run' ning tip the hill: The handkerchief you hem—haw, haw J you mean to give to hiin : the head that makes the joke is thick—why then the jofce is slimv : . Xhe highest art can't: paint the wind, but you '•- ' can draw your breath. : Sfain't the sickness but the shook that kills in sudden death. The man who bravely te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 July 1900

WtMni BY It. r. BAMOtTXB. \" •, , :flaid a dear little girl, and I heardher myself, \"she ieachwi for a book on theveiytop shelf: ••How I 'Wish I might live Kke the birds and the flowers, , nothing to do through:the -beaptiftfl '.C hours to shfnej '• Or dance with the shadows that hide in \"the y-'fc :•••••• vinei • . d.JJntnol Imuatatndy from morning to.njgljfc I Long stuns I must' add there are copies to write. * • ' .To school I must go, and for, oh, ancha time ! r. It's just like a terrible mountain to climb. ' : jDearl dearl\" and the child, with a \"pitiful frown. ' .And a heart-piercing crjy to her grammar sat •• :•' . down. . ' • Then flashed a fair sunbeam fnll into her face. •/:}As if challenging trowns ii) so lovejya place... v \"Why, darling,\" it laughed, aH'&moivgr with ''.'tSee, •*}:•] me: ~ • I never am idle the swift-rolling day, • 'But I go to my tasks in the spirit of play: •'And wherever I'm ordered there straightway r'i-y:' ' vr'v- \" •:».Cheer up, little m...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE. MMtnd U.the ftxhtfli* otSturfftdaSiy. m^ « eeoond-ctais moil!. matter. PUBLI8HED EVERY SATURDAY ATSTCB OBe^BAY, WIS. : FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.' One j»ar.....k ..ir .... #1.50 gi* months....v...........vi.4 .75 Four months. .' .50 Two months .8 Single oopies' 1 .05 .flTTw dollars •will be charged if not paid within the year. 8TUBGEQN BAY, SATURDAY, JtXM 28,IOOO. lion. \\D. W. Stebbins on Monday an­ nounced through the Milwaukee Sentinel that he had withdrawn from the contest for governor, which leaves the field clear for Robt. M. LaFollette, who( will undoubtedly be nominated by acclamation in the state convention to be held at Milwaukee August 8th. Two years Door county supportedMr. LaFollette, being the only county in the 8th congressional district to do so. . The German-American voters refuse to be - Stampeded by the cry of \"imperialism,\" but they will vote for McKinley and a sound and Stable, government, such ns has been given ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 28 July 1900

. / v . , ' r : v AMONG THE WEST SIDER3. STTJEOEON BAY. JUTOTDAY/JCLYSlUflaL FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and Ctfnftty. HEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —\"Keep down the rate of taxation, • is advice thatour city officials should heed, •a* heed well. —Ihe Bummer school closes thia (Friday) . p m. after ono of the most successful ses- . sions in history. .—It is repotted that another pea canning feetory is to be established in this city in time for next year's cii»p. —The Si 8.vDay Adventista are holding revival services in this city. The meetings are held in a tent spread on Cedar street,' near the roundhouse. •.\"•• r —The B. P. Co. shut down Thursday and • will not start up again until Monday. The slowness of peas to ripen rapidly enough is the cause of the trouble. • —The following is the advertised letter list: • Thos. F. Fleming, Lube Ferris,: Sam. Goldberg. Katie Heighler, Leander 3ombs, Herman Bottele, Anton Bauman. ' —The Door. County Canning Co. • now h...

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 — 28 July 1900

TUG MAKTVB5I 0P PBKWO. kts**. • There were seventy hours between the time of the discussion find the hour , when the securities must be on board , the special train that would carry, them !to tbe steamer. The time.was long enough. Ten thousand signatures and 1B greater number' could be made in sev- enty hours, with proper seasons of rest The little one looks in her mother's oye« While the wild mob howls without: , - \"Oh, why do the starve usj\" the little one ami sleep. But could the physical cries, • v • Strength of one man held Out to the end And what is the trouble about? j. \"What have wo done, that they seek us today, *' Vowing to capture and torture and. slay— . And why do the nations lot us wait In hnnger and danger and doubt? , '\"And why do we hide?\" the child demands, \"And what have the guards to fear, V' Since they that besiege are but savage bands, .. Armed with the bow and spear- Since they that defend us have deadly guns Why do they flee from the clamoring ones— i ...

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 — 28 July 1900

THE ADVOCATE* JULY 28, 1900. KISMET. , •' Inio the rock the road is cat deepf' . At lis low ledges village children play From its high rifts fountains of leafage weep. - And silvery birches sway. There do they set forth feasts in dishes rode Wrought of the rush. • Wild strawberries on , the bed, Xeft into August, apples brown and crude, '. Creep from .the cold well-head. Shy. gameaoiae girls, small, daring imps of • boys,',.'/,: \" \" ' ' But gentle, almost silent at their play: •1 • \\ Their fledging daws for food make far more noise. Banged on the ledge' than they. • The children and the purple martins share— Loveliest of birds—possession of the place • They veer and dart, creambreasted round the . ' fair' * ''•**\" ,, . Faces with wild, sweet grace. These know .'the- jrorld, what do the children know? - They khow the woods, their groaning noises I?\"\":. V''' Tl^ey climb in trees thakpverhahg the slow, Deep millstream, loved and feared. They know foil Veil how squirrels spend the...

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 — 28 July 1900

\"I Trust the Peoplb.\" Special Sale! In order to clean out tny stock ot all kinds of Bicycles I nvill have a special sale for one week—from July 30 to lug. 4. If you are looking for a bargain that is a bargain call orf me. ROSS. F. WRIGHT, SMEF BLOCK. Now Is the Time ' v You can buy them as cheap J and cheaper than any where else in town at the * F. W. FROEMKE, Prop. For the relief and cure of Rupture \"Honest John\" SEVASTOPOL.. , Chas. Boot bos returned to his farm in the town of Jacksonport. . Louis Fritschler is down town this week drilling a well for George Mainz. :Qeotge Klumb 'isf' making quite a tiucoeiB With bees, and the product of these indus­ trious insects is now being put ori the mar. ket. • • '• Chas. Walker and Anna Eaatz were mar. ried by Henry Simon, Esq., On July 14th. They will make their home at Algoma for the present. Ed. Walker, who has been staving with hfe-parents at Whitellsh Bay since last April^ returned to Grould City, Mich., ThursdaytO^ remain indefin...

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 — 4 August 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. All care­ fully selected and set up at Home, j MADISON Hiitorioul SoeUtj V^us^ lather pa­ tent nor plate matter. That's why we excel. ^1.50 peryeaiV VOL, 39--NO. 17. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1900, '.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. v Two lilvea I.ost In a Collision. The schooner J. 8. Bichards was sank in the Detroit river in a collision with the steamer John W: Moore early Wednesday morning and two sailors on the schooner •were drowned.' The Bichards was in tow of the tug Cressel and was loaded with pig iron.\" When off Walkerville the vessel and the Moore crashed together and the schoon­ er soon filled. Two of' the sailors were sleeping in the forecastle of the Bichards, and they were either killed when the boats met or the vessel sank before they could es­ cape from their quartere. The Moore con­ tinued on her way. The Bichards is an old-time schooner, 259 tons, 138 feet long, built in 1869, and hails from ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 4 August 1900

' THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 4. 1900. ' ' , ! \" •& • , :CNCICRTAINTIKS. ' ' . . \"tiak linen boii&ct. • ' Pink cotton gown, ••. aSoses Minted on .it Hnnite burnt brown. . ®p * bfitlio were all the piping birds, and the yyolden-belted bees. iSftuijblithe sang she on the doorstep* with her ,-aprcai fall of peas. • }'*•/•': .Sffiuhd of scythe ahd niowijag ' \"Where buttercups prow: tali: SEound of red kine lowing, ' And early milkmaid's call. \\ . slio sang on. the doorstep,, with the vjFiiwig poa9 in her lap, Jtetii te catnc whistling up the lane, with the y.rUpbOiis in his cap. ^ '•You called me a Lad penny y/f . That wouldn't be sent'away— . Bat here's good-bye to you. Jenny, For many and many a day. . , \".^fSsero's talk of cannon and killing- Say. never turn so white 1 /Arid I've taken the king's shilling—: Stool: it lost night.\" • r... •ijfcSKli.merry, merry piped the thrushes up in \" *ithe cherry tree, .. 33ct dumb she sat on the doorstep, and out through the gate went he ...

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 — 4 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST i, 1900. . Above the reqtless summer sea The sides are clear, tho winds are Wand And the ship rides on fnll merrily. In eight o' land. Glad songs of hoinefloat on the air :Etom those on deckwho stand: •. And' eye's grow dim and wistful there— . In sight o' land I An hour—and \"friend with friend will meet, Lip cling to li^, and hand clasp hand, .1 Oh how the heart throbs sorely sweet v , In sight o'-land I \\ '• Bntlol athwart the tadiant heaven— (Alas foir hopes by mortal planne«l The thick clouds of the storm are driven, In sight o* land. ' .' Cursed by confusion, dark as though ' God had awhile resigned command, The furious waves crash to and fro, . : ^ In sight o' land,. : , And that proud ship which oft has crossed The'changefnl sea from strand to strand,\" With eivery soul on board, is lost In sight o' land. The morning comes, .with joyful bjreath— : But cold and silent on the sand\\t , v tr ' Lie some wlio saw the face o' death V ^ '*• V In sight o' land...

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 — 4 August 1900

ADVOtJiim iv THE ADVOCATE. EnUrtd,inttit Fostajflc* at Stmveon Bfy, TVi»., M sWMt-elau mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AMTUB- . GEON BAY. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. . RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year... *1.80 Six months .v.......... .75 Four months .SO .Twomonths .85 Single copies .... .—.... .. ....... .05 BP-Two dollars will le oharged If not paid within the year. STUKOEON BAY, SATURDAY, AUO. 4,1000. , The commander of- the British warship Barfleur is among those killed in China, ' There will be a reckoning soon, andOhina will pay the costs with her life. No special session of congress will be called unless the Chinese question assumes ' such a phase as to render it impossible for President McKinley to handle it \" himself with the authority vested in the executive. : A Paris dispatch says that Rothschild, the great money king, hnd a row ifl one of the exposition restaurants because they wanted to charge him $2.40 for a dinner served to • nine of his friends. He...

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 — 4 August 1900

THE ADVOCATE AUGUST 4,1900 THE ADVOCATE. STOBGEON BAY, SATURDAY. AUG. 4, 1900. FRANK LOUG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Papsr of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. -• —Some one left a bunch of keys in the City Drug Store, Thursday. The owner will find his property there. —John Bley on Friday sold his £arm in Jacksonport to Ernst Weigand for $3,700. The latter ia from Nebraska. .. • —The steamer Cecelia Hill will give an excursion to the Chautauqua at Marinette on Sunday next, leaving her wharf at 8 o'clock a. in. —The two prisoners confined in the coun­ ty jail on a six months1 sentence since last February will be discharged next Thursday, the9thinst. : • —The following is the advertised letter 'list.:' Master Austin King Mr. John I^ckart, Mr. Frank LSvulette, Mr. John Pahl, Miss Meta Diekman. —J. R. Mann also sports a burgee from the pole in front of his premises on Cedar . street. It bears the names of McKinley & Roosevelt and Minor. —The following marriage licenses...

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 — 4 August 1900

THEADVQ^TEAtJQUST^im''\" '.\" ' ' ' * \"'V \" THE AWTS ASO THE - GUHSSHOP JPER. ST UI.1.IK ». BARR • '••••I..' V \\ 1 : Every one kens that the ants are a clan v Wed worthy the notico o* woman and man, Prudent, and busy, and striving It is naothing they keh o'. good or bad times, They're always at work if the sun only shines. : At work, and sure to bo thriving. ! . it \" One bright afternoon in the fall of the year, A rich little colony thought it was clear That some of their wheat was spoiling So'they carried it out in the sun to air. Ilka one cheerfully bearing his share In a'the trouble and toiling. HI. ! Then a poor little grasshopper saw the wheat,- For, hungry arid cold, he was longing to eat t ) Sae, gracefully forward springing, He said, \"Sister Aals, I am sorry to sae - I hae been too busy for many a day, .„ Too busy, dancing and singing. n - iv. \"To mak any storage o' barley or grass . And now, I declare, I am starring. AlasI. . I pray you on mo to take pity. For months...

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