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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 8, 1900. •/ ' ' Jfarnx anb pome. ASKING * BLESSING. He asked a blesainB on all set before him With kindly, modest gnufe, and then began To carve the meat, when lol a cloud came o'er ..i him, •' '•\"• ' Which made him look and act another man. \"Mutton agqinf and almost raw, confound it! How can one eat this staff with temper meek? And these potatoes, jost half baked,around it! O, for a decent dinnar juat once a week!\" \"Some tea, my love?\" \"No, love—no tea, I .... thank-you— I'm sick of things diluted and undone Charles Henry, if yon don't behave, I'll spank ' -. you! Good heaven! a careless wife, a graceless son! 1 \"The bread is soar! the butter—that is—dirty I vow I find no food or comfort here. When will'yon learn, Maria—you're over thirty— To cook? I'll dine on ginger snaps and beer.\" The man meant nothing , wrong—he asked a bles­ sing With gentle thoughts of food not mean or sparse His words were always kindly and caressing, Till disappointment mad...

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

rift THE ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 8, 1900. a^ffw'witwjroinwwmii^ A Sweeping mum- In all goods. COME TO A#S!St SALE, IT WILL ' \" ' ' I Smith-Bassford For the relief and cure of., Rupture only the best appliance will suffice. The-Famous \"Honest John\" Truss, and the well known Seeley's Hard Rubber Truss ' are guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction by Stiles & Go., CORNER DRUG STORE. We have a full line of Crutches, Braces, Sus- gnsories, Hot Water and Ice Bags, Syringes, 33-2 !. r f3\"3 I3-3 po-- r3 c* c •p-» f2 I23-2 [23:2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 Now is the time whea wind and sun combine to put tan and freckles where hereto, fore there has been a mixing of . delicate pink and white on \"my fair lady B'' cheeks. \"Beauficream\" is the finest prepara­ tion for freckles, sun- barn and tan that has ever been devised. It is perfectly, harmless and will not injure the most delicate skin. We keep it. 'WAGENER, SAWYER.- 23-2 23-2 33-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23.2 23-2 23-2 2 3 2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 September 1900

1AKE MARINE NEWS. Wotes From the Canal Lampist Robt. Reid is engaged in . the work of making the change of lens and clock-work in the coast light, being a regu­ lar employe of the government, A team has been engaged during the past week in grading the bank near, the war®, house at the north end and thereby improv­ ing the appearance of things generally. The steambarge Wm. Rudolph, Captain Rieboldt, brought in a cargo of coal Sunday for government use and. there was 200 tons • in the lot and it was discharged here by the crew the same day. Upward of 1,200 feet of the south bank has been excavated thus far this season and revetment work therefor been built. There is about 1,700 feet more to be dug out be­ fore the lake end of the cut will be reached and the job completed, anfi as they have got through the highest part of the embank­ ment and the rest of the distance is compar­ atively level it will not take so long to finish up, although it will not be accomplished this season. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 September 1900

: THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 15. 1900. TO MX: ttBTROTBBD. ,. • midmchiVholy hour, wtionNatore breathes Her sweetest' .fragrance o'er- tlie f^reea-dyod • oarth, *y• • through tho othor-bluo descend the tears . tit Qneonly Night, who, , standing, greets- the birth •JHTjsBe-Ticli epn-light, from its eastern, womb SAbprixiK in.the golden-tinted morn, USen' Summer's.songsters tone their lyres again ... So-Eoqaiems to the day's first-born! .,•/, 3«it and gaze upon the bright grVy pall That throws its mantleo'er the form ..of Night, Aad frorti boimd volumes drink at fonnf 'of » tliought, Wpnat genie that fills the world with lifght. .SBtopnlse stands still, the heart no longer throbs En quick pulsations, for the still, soft honr ' H» pregnaut with strange memories of the past tod future hopes-it thrills with d^epor power! .ted then.the mind goes wandering back through Time, \"WSoi we first met, and in the ovening's shade, : iSaeath the soft-lit moon. I breathed my love In ears that heard t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 15, 1900. AT MIDNIGHT. . The room is cold tmd dark tonight - The fire ls» low , ,• Why conn you ytm'love the light. To mock me so? !. ' • . I pray\"yon leave mo now alone ' r \". •', ,': Von worked yonr will *' And turned my heart to frozen etone • ' • W h y H a u n t ' i n e ' s t i l l f % I got me to this empty place r I ehat the door Xet through the dark I see yorir facfr ' Just as of yore. The old smile curves yoor lips tonight '. Yonr deep eyes glow With that old gleam that made them bright .Solong ago. : - Xlisten do I hejEir yonr tone Tbe silent thrill? Why, come yon? I wonld be alone Why vex me still? What! Wonld you that we ro-embrace— We two once more? A're these yonr tears that wet my face • Jnst as before? . • • : ' Yon left to seek some new delight, • - /Yet your tears flow . What sorrow brings you back tonight? Shall 1 not know? '.f- 1 will not let you grieve alone— The night is chill— . . V Though ltve is dead and hppe has flown Pity lives st...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, IS, 1900. THE ADVOCATE. in a* Itmtoffict at Sturgeon Hay, TVi»., o» ffcond-etasf mall mattfr. POBLISHED EVERY SXtURDAY^T 8TCR- /...,. GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor arid Proprietor. BATES OE SUBSCRIPTION. : *1.50 ,75 .50 One year, • •• -,• • ••• • • •-•• • Six months ...i.... Four months .......: - ... Two months a- 8ii»glecopies ..... ......... I3P~ Two' dollars will be charged il not paid within the yto. STURGEON BAY, &AT0RDAY, SEPT. IB. 1900 -Menominee has had a temperance revival, conducted by Wm. j. Murphy, the well- known cold water advocate, and six hun­ dred people signed the pledge. \\\\McT£inley'8 letter of acceptance was given . out on Monday, and although it is a lengthy document, covers every point and issue now before the American people - in a manner highly pleasing and satisfactory to all who believe in the integrity and the future wel­ fare of thiB country, . Henry F. Hagemeister was on Saturday , nominated for state senator by the Repub­...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 15.. 1900. The Advocate. BTUBGEON BAT, SATURDAY, 8EPT. 15,1900 FRANK LONG-, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —A McKinlcy & Boosevelt banner was also sent flying from the pole on the J. S. Hay Hardware Co.'s store recently. —The following is the advertised letter •list: Laurence Biemeret, care tug' Gladys , Nau, William Thompson, H. Fisher. —Monday was ,a hot one for people ex­ pose^. to the full rays of a yerticle sun, : -mercury being • at 91 degrees along about noon. , —The University Club will bold ita first meeting at Washburn's hall next Monday evening at 8 o'lock, and a full attendance of the members is desired. —What is known as Lawrence street has been graded up by the city authorities and that thoroughfare greatly improved in ap­ pearance at least if in nothing else. -—The frame of Prof. Beckwith's new residence is up, and it is, the intention to haVe the structure completed and.ready for occupan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 15, 1900. IN RKXPONSG. filch kiodneBs! the scowl of a cynic would Boften, : His pulse beat its way to some el&Qaent\" word— ' Alas! my poor actents have ochood too often, lake that Pinafore music you've some of yom i)o yon know nip, dear RtrfiE^ore—thpliurulrtxltl - . '' time comor At banquets and feasts since the days of my spring? ' ' « Ah! would I epnld borrow one roie of my smr- • iner, •.'. \\ 1 Bit thie iB a leaf of my antnmn 1 bring, • • I look at your feces—I'm sttre .there are some from . The three-breasted' mother I count as my own Yoa .think yon remember the place yon hate • come from, \"\\.v tint bow it has chanced in the years that Jarre ,• flown! • t •' Unaltered, 'tis truo, is the hall we cull \"-Funnel \" -Still fights the \"Old South\" in the battle for •:/v- life, • -But we've opened our door to the \"West. thwj the knife. Yon should see the new Westminster Boston has * bnilded— Its mansions, its spires, its museums of art— You should se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 15,, Jfatm mi Home. ABldBTTpE. ' , The day is spent, and field, new-shorn. Are bright with fading sheen Like blossoms left behind the corn* The maidens come and glean . Blae eyes and floating locks of gold Hare caught you in' their net . You smile, and call me strange.and cold— Yoa never knew Arietta. ' I met her when this lifo of mine •• Hod tamed from sweet to sour There was no sparkle in the wine, :\" No bloom npon the flower. ' • ' I roamed away to bear alone The stines of vain regret The grain was gone, the reapers flown, Wheii first I found Arlette. : The glamor of the \"sunny Sonth\" : : About her beauty lies A mellow cheek, a scarlet month, And dark, beseeching eyes . A daughter of the soil, as sweet As summer bads dew-wet ' No taint of oar town-bred deceit Has over touched Arlotte. s With half her charms Bome girls might win A fashionable famo \" How came she, with her Southern skin,. A n d s o f t o l d N o r m a n n a m e ? ' • / ? V : . We talked,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE 15, 1900. on For the relief and cure of ^upture\"\\| only the bosfc appliance will suffice^ The Famous *• \"Honest -Joim\"- Truss, ' and the well known Seeley's Hard \"Rubber Truss • are guaranteed to give* perfect satisfaction by Stiles & Co., CORNER RBUG STORE. We have a fall line of Crutches, Braces. Sus­ pensories, Hot Water and Ice 'Bags, Syringes, NEWS OF THE 00UNTY. FOBBSTVILLB. ' • Mrs. Hattie Arnold, Milwaukee, is the guefet of her uncle, .Capt. Win. Fagg and family. ' r V • Foreatville is also blessed With a super, abundance Of fruit this year, and a good deal of tho apples are being fed to stock. The brick work on the priest's, house has been .finished, and Fred. Wulf made,a fine job'of it. Tho struoture when completed will cost at least $1,800. Allthe threshing machines owned in town are being run to their fullest capacity, and the work will not be fully completed until pretty-well along toward October Luke Keogh threshed upward of 1,300: bushel of grai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 September 1900

/ Our stories are com­ plete) instructive and entertaining. All care­ fully selected and set up at home. /3*®I«0Jr I Historical Socfefj/ We use neither pi- tent nor plate, matter. That's why we excel. • $1.50 per year. VOL. 39--NO. 24. LAKE MAKISE NEWS. A Tough Proposition. - The. tug .Albert J. Wright returned from Green Bay Saturday night. She been en­ gaged for three days in an effort to pump oat the sunken steamer Ofcego. Gapt. Jas. Meyers of Chicago, who recently purchased the wreck, has evidently begun to realize that he has a tough proposition on his hands. Three steam pumps were used, but the water was only lowered about six inche9, notwithstanding she ia completely bulkhead' «d with canvas aft. Her decks are evident­ ly full of holes, and Charles Peake, a Mil- • waukee diver, is engaged in patching her up,- after whieh another attempt will be made at pumping her out. STURGEON BAY, AVIS., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900. Jennie Weaver Waterlogged. _ The schooner Jennie ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 September 1900

• THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900. DKCAVINIJ—KENBWINO. \" 'She leaves are changing, and the winds grow • . ' chill, ' : As, murm'ring through the woodland wilds, tliey oliant L \"SSon sad, mysterious music, weird and shrill, And leave theft echoes' ghosts' the groves to hannt. • 'cj. . •JtoB will the-last sere leaf come flut'ring down H join its comrades—driven by each gnat y Uamorsefnl Nature, draped in .somber brown. Hiss, garbed in sackcloth, prostrate in the dost. . m the brigh t hues, and,lints, and colors rare— tlie pnrple and the fine linen of the meads— Hill fade be cast- aside and they will wear ®ia shadowod drapery of mourning's weeds . Sic dear, sweet songs, that gladdened summer 1 days • • - _ : Will then bp hashed—the minstrels take their : : Sight. jtSid the ric&rtrains of their melodious lays Bo followed by the stillness of the night. ®«BBakel braiiches, towering up on high, Stripped, and lett. shiv'ring in the winds of fall. i#and lined airainsif She can vas ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900. \\r J ,:? «PrK8 THE WKD0IN6. : .All alone in my room, at Jiistl ' I wonder how far, they have traveled now ——.. They'll bo very far when the night in pa^R '• And so would I if X knew but how. How eabfa she waa.with her saint-like face! Her eyes ore violet, mine aro blue ' \\\\ How carelees I am with my mother's lace! t v Her hands are whiter and softer, too. They have gono to the city beyond the hill They must never come back to this ilace again, lam almost afraid to sit here so still \" ' If it would bat thunder and lightning and rain! t), no! for some one may be ^ot at rest Some ono, perhaps, is traveling tonight ' I hope that the moon may shino instead. And heaven be starry and earth all bright. It is only one Summer that she's been here It has been my home for seventeen years! And seventeen Summers of happy .Bloom . Fall dead tonight in a rain of tears. . ilt is dark, all dark in the midnight shades. Father in heaven, may I have rest. One hour ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900. ADVOCATE. Entered Ch the PostqJKce at Sturgeon Bay, nruf.. w . s aecand-dasnvxctil matter.' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON .BAY., WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oneyear. .... ............. • Six months..., •••••.\"•• Four months •• —..... •: Two months ' Single copies .... ........... +igr Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. - tl.BO • .rs, .60 .35 .05 STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, SEPT. 22.1900 The Republicans of Maine have a major­ ity of about 34,000. Every county except­ ing one gave' a majority for that party. This is another straw showing the way that thd wind blows. • * The low. license party .carried the day at Green Bay on Tuesday, when a special elec­ tion took place. The $200 fee will stand, the high license party having been defeated by about 900 majority. Relief is pouring into Galveston, Tex., in a manner that shows the prosperous condi­ tion of the country.\" The moneiy contri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900. ' THM : #bVOGATE 8TUBQEON BAX, SATURDAY, SEPT. 22,1900 FRANK. LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. ' —Upper St. John street is also receiving some attention at the hands of John Wollitz and his assistants. . L. Ambrust has just received a new delivery wagon, the product of the Martin Knudson establishment. ' —The only marriage license issued this week was that of Carl J. Smith and Miss Anna Jesen, both of Washington Island. —Capt. Albert Icke, having sold out his -i business iii Milwaukee, is about to return to Ellison Bay preparatory to resume farming. That's all right. —Three carloads of cattle and Bheep were . shipped out of here Tuesday afternoon, con- sequently the train was about half an hour behind schedule time. '• V -—The new engine\" house of the A. & W. is up and being enclosed. It is about 77 feet long, 44 feet wide at one end and 28 feet at the other,,and 28 feet high, .—The ballots...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 September 1900

• ' PASSINUOK SlUiUKK. Samm« is gone! We now regret 'tfith'tGBrs Her Twied charms , the stnwbprrles,- the peai\", The rotes, all her wealth of benefits ' Which bom hor horn of plenty sho ontp ore Forgetting and forgitingtminor woes Of fiies or heat, moBquifoes, sun or dnsti \" That spoil complexion, temper, frocks, and fqn. Summer has fled! And with her disappear Her Bwoet creation, hor bright, fairest flower, Whom flippant people, knowing not her charms. Delight to libel as the Summer Girl. 8weet daughter sho of August and July! ' 1 love her. and her lovers count by scores. 'Tis she who wears those luring gowns displayed In great shop windows in the eai'ly spring, : That men admire and their wives never boy. Hera are those ginghams, muslins, mulls, and things Which make a rainbow of the baking streets Hers are those dainty shoes, red as the rote Or white as lilies, or yet brown, or tan, Or bright deep yellow like the marigolds That dot the dusty sidewalk till it blooms And bloBBon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 22v1900. XHK HEART IN ITS PBI3IK The sun's on Ms throne! and the wind on his tour Like wandering minstrel o'er meadow and moor The day and the Beason are both in'their prime. And yorith'e at its sweetest and tenderest time. , The buds are in bloom, and the birds sing their best ' . The trees are in leaf, ahd the orchard is dressed : With clustering fruits, for the year's in its prime, -^nd youth's atits ripest and tenderest time. Too soon shall the clouds cover stmshinjveky, \\ The voice of the minstrel be bushed to a sigh Too soon shall the day and the season decline, And clustering froit shall be melted to wine. The petals shall fall, andithe songsters depart, The foliage fade like the youth of the heart For Bwift runs the current of pitiless time. And always the swifter when life's in,its prime'. The birds and the blossoms and fruit shall ap-- pear. . With summer's return and the turn of the year, , The breeze Bhall be sweet, and the son be as fair Alas! b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 September 1900

TPE ^VPiRAtK SEPTEMBER 22,1900: Use. Ammonia for Fall House Cleaning. Saves .- halt the time labor and soap. Hi .Kills — V Dirt, Bugs and Microbes, 2t Sweetens.. v . the atmosphere and the . temper and promotes Life, 'Health and Happiness. JUill 1-qt. bottle 15c. OOls JjSB DRtJG- STORE. 23-2 23- 2$-2 23-2 33\"2- a3\"2 -«3-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23:2 23 2 23-2 23-: 23-2 IS the tittle r when wind and sun combine to put tan and freckles where hereto­ fore there has been a mixing of delicate pink and white on \"my fair lady's\" cheeks. \"Beauticream\" is tlie finest-prepara­ tion for freckles, sun- horn and tan .Jhat has ever been devised It is' perfectly harmless, and will not injure the most delicate skin. We keep-it. WAGENER, SAWYER. 23*2 23-2 23 2 23 2 23.2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 2 32 23-2 23-2 2\"3-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 23-2 WE KEEP IT. Oround Corn, Cracked Corn, Mixed Feed, \"Corn, Wheat, 1: and Peas.\" NEWS OF THE €0UNTY. JACKSONPOJIT. anil Mrs. Frank Lemero-left Sunday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 September 1900

Our stories are com­ plete, instructive and entertaining. Allcare- fully selected and set ' up at home. J MADISON Historical SooUty We use neither pa» tentnorplateniatter. That's why we excell $1.50 per year. VOL. 39--NO. 25. STURGEON BAY, AVIS., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1900. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Went Down With Pour Ltreg. Last Friday night the Wilson Transit company's steei steamer Yuma crashed into the barge John Martin, towed by the steam­ er Maurice R. Groyer, at Port Huron, and the Martin sunk in thirty seconds. Four of her crew were drowned. The collision occurred in the rapids just below the Fon­ tana wreck, The drowned are: James Lawless of Lorain, captain, William Koss of Toledo, mate, Mrs. Bacon of • Cleveland, cook, one seaman, name unknown. Those saved wpre: Gabriel Peterson of Cleveland seaman, George Kyle of Toledo, .seaman. The Grover and Martin were bound down loaded with iron ore and the Yuma was bound up. just as the Martin had cleaned the Fontana wre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 September 1900

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 29, 1900. IMCNTGD. . Tho night-wind »liivpr» at window anil door, . Cold, colli, undaml for and lono. * \"• : A homelesta vagabond wandering o'er The barron parth with n moan Sto lBcomo from the place of graves.! fciiow. For his voico is vrild with dtfspaiti j, - Sad that moan of hopeless unending woo \" Is more than my soul can boar. Slay my face to the mist of tho pane Close, close he presses outside ' He needs must stay in the cold and. the rain, And long fo^ the warmth denied, There are ghoetls wbo-walk whon the night-wind . 'cries, .\" v'.' : ••••: Their voices mingle with his . A'ndjRpirit of joy long dead arise To mock the sorrow that is. • . 5h, dear, dead days in the dark and tho mist. Sweet, sweet are your faces tonight! . : ' The red comes back''to the lips 1 have kissed The eyes have the old-time light. _ To are gh6ts, 1. know, bat so real ye seem, , While the night-wind shivers and sobs. Dean soe the light on your foreheads gleam, And hear thro...

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