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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE. APRIL 27. 1901. '.V. THR MASTER OF THE HOUSE. . BY MBS. B. PIATT. This is the master ^ Who bat he? ,r • ! (Where did yorithinb'to find himfj Here in the cradle. Come and s*ee. Why. surely we have to mind him! Wait- you must bo as still asdeath He is sleeping now so sweetly. •/. One Jmsn't ttio right to draw one's breath , Till he is awake completely. Should he want the wedding ring from her hand iNo matter if he would lose it, There is not a lady in all tbe land : • Could have the heart to refuse it. Should he cboose to reach for a crown, I say (It is gold, and ho could not break it), Why, is there a king in the world today Who would not let him take it? What cardinal would not lend him his hat, To give him a minute's pleasure? And where is the good gray beard, as to (hat. Which he could not pull at leisure? ....Bnthereheis! do yon see his eyes? Now, what do yon want? It may be He Will hear yon, after bis first surprise.'., There's nothing you want ot the Baby? But eve...

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 — 27 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 27, 1901 The Advocate. Entered in tk/r Ponkiffice at Sturgeon Bay, His.. w • tteorid cUM* txail matter. POBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 6TUR- GKON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. IN THE REALM OF THE ICE KJfNti. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oneyear—... ......... „.U .... 01.60 Six months -.75 Fourmonths .. ........... ......... .50 Two months Single copies , .05 {y Two \"dollars 'will be charged if not paid within the year. 1 STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. APR. 27,1901 The Boer war has thus far . cost England $291,000,000 and the end'is not yet. The government is about to place a loan for $300,000,00(0,/ At last reports the United Suites treasury has more than half a billion dollars in gold in stock, and the amount is accumulating steadily in spite of the large payments being made during business hours. Wants $5,000 Damages.* \" W. W. Gillespie has beguii a $5,000 suit against the man. charged 'with assaulting him, as detailed in full in these columns at the time. Ref...

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 — 27 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE. APRIL 27. 1901. Pit THE ADVOCATE. BTUEGEON BAY. SATURDAY, APE. 27,1901. FBANK LOJTG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following is the advertised letter list: Mrs. Mary E. Witt. —The new city officials will take charge of affairs next Wednesday, May 1st. —The hardware business appears to be rushing, and the sales of the two establish­ ments steadily increasing, •—The island mill will begin operations as soon as they can obtain a. sufficient supply of logs, which they hope to do some time , next week. —The loiler and engine advertised in last week's Advocate has been purchased by Bar­ ney Haen, who will utilize the outfit in his meat market. —The only .marriage license issued by the county clerk during the week is that of Xiouis Magle and Miss Marie Machts, both of Nasewaupee. —The ladies of the Gatholic church socie­ ty realized about $140 from their rummage sale, which was continued during the last three days of the-paat week....

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 — 27 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 27, 1901. THK THREE RIDERS. ' BY TUDOR JENKS. Three riders sot ont for the temple of Fame. : Each booted and spurred and equipped the same- The first, rorte forth at n rattlinR pace Like a jockey who wins an exciting race. The second set oat with caution flow,. - . go that, when need was. he might faster go. . Tito third .rode steadily, quiotiyoa,1-.: At a quick jog trot ho could reckon upon. And which do you think will the winner be The lmre, the tortoise, or number threof Tho first one ROOD broke down, of course, Heeaved the saddle, but lost hife boraoi Tfio second met tho regular fate, • Dallied too lonR, and wwrfust too late. The third, I tfrieveand rosret to say, 1 Did not get there, for lieilost his way. He thought so mach of his regular trot. That ttv look at the signs he quite forgot. See how strangely things befall. Another, not thinking of Fame at all, - Who was on his way to the bread fruit tree, • To provide for his wife and ohildron three, • Went str...

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 — 27 April 1901

. X - : THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 27, 190). . - ' inmc. \"A jPBEIilS' 'AT GOMES O'ER YE BY THCOUOBE F. M1L.TOX. , \"• A thing 'at has often struik nie, Ez boin' hlmislity queer. Is the feelin^'at comb\" o'er ye, : . - • In the springtime ©1the year . The yearnin' 'nd the longin' (Fnr what, it's hard to tell) 'At changes all yer natur', ! i r Jes' holds ye m a'epell. For instance, when ye see the green, Jes' a-pnshin' throngh the. eartfi \" '• Yer heart is filled with tenderness,: : 'Nd» flood o\" joy 'nd mirth — Sets all yer poises throbbin', , •- 'Nd yer blooda-rnshin' fast, \" - Till y» feel so 'tarnal happy, - Seems a' moat too good to last. \" ' ^ j' Than, When early in the morain',. , K' AU the birds begin to sing, A sort o'refreshin'stlnshinei , Seems to fall o'er ev'rytbing, 'At does away with sorrow. Ends qnarrelin' 'nd strife, -T 'Till, trouble di«apioarin\\ Ye jes* fall in love WithJife. ., rvP jt- Meb'be this change is sent, ns, v Fur to mulce the world more bright. To show...

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 — 27 April 1901

THE ADVOCATE, APRIL 27, 1901. We have just received a complete new stock of Armour & Co's. Corned Meats. Potted Ham, per can.-. Veal lioaf, per can . Sliced Dried Beef, can,. Corned Beef, can.......... ............106 10c 15c 23c W6 have made arrangements so that we can have constantly /on hand Fresh Dairy and Creamery Butter, so when* you wantsome good butter you know where you can find it. We sell Eggs at lie per dozen, or 19 dozen for $1.00. Dry Goods. We wish to call your attention to our large line of Laces, Embroid- eriesand Inserting on which we can quote you the following prices: *^Tiacea from lo to 75c per yd, Embtoideries 5c to G0« per yd. In­ serting So to 25c per yard. We also oarry a complete line of all over Embroideries. -Call and examine our line. .. SMITH-BASSFORD CO., CASH MERCHANTS. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. \"Follow the Crowd to Wagener's.\" rs are up to the \"high standard this drug house has set. It has taken less than two months on this side of the...

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 May 1901

Don't Put it Off but become a subscriber to THE ADVOCATE Im­ mediately. Every week that you neglect to do to you are missing some­ thing,—91 .60 a year. V p ^ o d l S o j U y Don't You Wanf- tofceep up to your, neigh- i bors? Of course you dot Don't let them keep you posted on what Is going on. Subscribe for THE ADVOCATE. Vv0L. 40--NQ. i. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATUKDAY, MAY 4, 1901. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Menominee Strike still On. The lumber shovera strike it Menominee is still on and up to the present time the -'longshoremen hare been getting what they demanded, viz., 55 cents an hoar. The Lumber Carriers Association have agreed •within the week, however, to refuse to pay the figure and the indications are that a •conflict will be precipitated. Boats of the local fleet have been advised to hold out against the demand and to load with their •own crews if necessary. They, like other boats of the association, having been paying .the scale up to this time. Willi But Id a Steam...

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 — 4 May 1901

. A . : THE ADVOCATE. MAY 4. 1901. , : ' - THlfctJAVAMER'S ESCAPE. BY WALTER THORSBUBT. Wimple! trample! went the roan, Trap! trap! went the Bray Sot pad! pad! pad! like a thing that was mad, My chestnut broke away— Jtwas jnst five miles from Salisbury town, \"And but one hour to day. Thud! thud! came on the heavy roan ' Bap! rap! the mettled gray , - BUt my chestnut mare was of blood BO rare That ehe showed them all the way. Spar on! Bpnr on!—1 doffed my hat, . And wished them all good-day. They splashed through miry rat and pool, Splintered through fenoe and rail Bat chestnut Kate switched over the gate— I saw them droop and talL To Salisbury town—bat a mile of down, V Onoo over this brook and rail. Trap! trap I I heard their echoing hoots Past the walls of mossy stone The roan flew on at a staggering pace, Bnt blood is better than bone. Slatted old Kate and gave her the spur, For 1 knew it was all my own. But trample! trample! came their steeds, And I saw their wolfs eyes barn If...

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 May 1901

ADVOCATE. MAY 4, 1901. THE WIFE'S KISS AT THE IKM»R. .•••/V/ Bt WIIX VEITH. \"Don't you kisaHarry \"good-by?\"' I asked .,6t a sweet young wife of a year. As her husband went to his daily work. Saying only, \"Good-by, ray dear.\" \"Good-by,\" she said and she did not rise. And scarcely lifted her dreamy ey6s. \"Don'tyon kiss Harry'good-by?'\" I asked. : \"O, yes sometimes I do. Bnt we have been married over a year. And, although onr lore is as true, We're not so lover-like now, yon see Bnt he's jast exactly as fond of me.\" \"Dear little woman, you areeo wrong I know he loves yon as well , But your farewell kiss and welcoming smile Are dearer than yon can tell Andhis heart woold be lighter all the day For yonr 'good-by' kiss ere he went away. \"1 saw him pause at the door, dear child, With sad, expectant eyes And I know that on his kind, trae heart Like a shadow yonr parting lies. Yon nsed to ran to the outer door . And whisper, 'Harry, jast one kiss more.' . \"That was in yonr hon...

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 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE. MAY 4, 1901. ADVOCATE. Entered in the Pottcfflce at Sturgeon Bay, Wit., at _ second class mail matteri PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT BTUIi- GEON BAY. WIS. ^ FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. ~A KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One,year....... \"... ..... .... $1.50 Six months —.... ,.75 Four months .. .BO Two months .25 Single copies .05 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1901. The New Vessel Assessment Law. The wealthy vessel owners have at last won out in their efforts to tyact legislation that will practically enable them to escape taxation altogether. All that a man with capital has to. do now is to put it into float- ing property, and he need not fear the tat- gatherer. Why the legislature should permit such an act of flagrant injustice and Governor LaFallotte give it his sanction by attaching his official signature thereto is past finding out. That the law is unfair and unjust even those who will benefit by it most do not...

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 May 1901

THE ADVDEJSTFFFI 4, 1901. •A: THE ADVOCATE. 8TCBGEON BAY. 8ATUBDAY, MAY 4,1901. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor., Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES, —Following is the advertised letter list: T. O. Olson. —The Cornet Band will play at the opera house this Saturday evening. —John McNerny shipped a carload of stock to the southern market on Monday, being the first of the'season. —The suckers have commenced to run up the big creek, and the boys are having rare sport in capturing some of them. —A license to wed was this week issued by the county clerk to Otto Kuehn and HannahMuskalar, both of Jacfeonport. —The band will givet the first of its series •of open air concerts on Saturday evening, May 11th. The place selected is Leon- hardt's corner. —The grass looks nice and green since the rainfall of Tuesday night, and the advent of warm weather will start vegetation of all kinds rapidly. —Memorial Day only three weeks from next Thursday, May 30th. July Fourth also comes on T...

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 May 1901

A: THE ADVOCATE. MAY 4, 1901. POETS' THEMES. '-J-J BT TLATTIK WHtTHET. ' \" . Give mo the poet'who HIUHS, in a wholesome and. light-hearted mji Of cheering and comforting things, Ot the stare, and the dawn and the May. V Of tender and beautiful themes i Of home, and of pence arid of trust-, Of the (Bowers that blush by the streams. And not of the blight and the rust. Not the poet who sings of hie cares And the woea of a spirit forlorn Who finds all the chaff and the tares, Bnt never the wheat and the corn * . Who holds up a picture of life j That makes us feel dismal and blne,: To think'ftll is evil and strife. And nothing is boaest and true. Who says lie is weary and worn: That fate huB been harsh and unkind ° That the blush end the dew of the morn Be has left several eeons behind , • That his faith has been turned into doubt, His wine into wormwood and gall That the light of hiB life has gone out, And hope is bejond his recall. ' Good lock to thepoet who tells Of simple things te...

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 — 4 May 1901

t • • • i ADVOCATE. MAY 4, 1901. mm lit :®m fift . lome. CliDfGTO THOSE WHO CliIXO TO YOU. ••' •' 1 BY SAMUEX. H. HBNDEB80K. AS you doily journey onward o'er Lite's roagb tod ragged road,. ' Beset by sore temptations, burdened by. Care's heavy load, ! And a helping hand ia given by friends faithful, good, and trne Show your trno appreciation, cling to those Wh6 cling to yon. When of money we have-plenty, and worldly goods ghlore Of friends we have no lacj^ then tre can const them by the score. Fair-weather friends are natherons, bnt those ^ who o'er prove tree Are few and far between, then cling to those who ' cling to yon. When misfortunes overtake as, and riches from .'••••. . ns fly .. . , • ,'t V Oor loyal friends stand by us, while our, sham friends pass os by. fay no heed to those who flatter, don't desert old - friends for new. , Ever bear in mind this motto \"Cling to those who cling to yon.\" Be willing then to lend a hand to help a friend in need. Speak kindly always prov...

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 — 4 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE. MAY 4, 1901. Men's Summer Underwear. Staple Balbriggau, per suit....... 60° FrenclvlBalbriggnn, per suit ......v I • Heavy-weight Cotton, per suit. - • • 86° . Light-weight Wool, best quality ... ....... -SZiOO Ladies' Cotton Hose. We »tt have some good bargains in this line as we can quote E you the following prices: JQo, 12°» 15c» 18c 20° 24°i 28° ^ 50 Meti's Working Pants. Heavy-weijght Kentucky Jean, per pair 90° Better Grade \" \" • \" \" $1.15 Summer-weight Cotton Worsted, per pair............ ,$t.00 Diagonal Twill Clay Worsted, per pair $1,50 Better grades at $2.00, $2.25 $2.50 Our line ot Heavy Working Shirts and Overalls is second to none. : Call in and inspect them. SMITH-BASSFORD CO., CASH MERCHANTS. John & Wm. Bassford. Props. 'Follow the Crowd to Wegener'*.\" ei?ers are up to the high standard this drug house has set. It has taken less than • two months on this side of the . bay to convince shrewd buy-. ers that our stock is the clean­ est, ...

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 — 11 May 1901

Don't Put It Off- but become a subscriber to THE ADVOOATE Im­ mediately. Every week that you neglect to do so you are missing some­ thing.—$1 .50 a year. Don't Ypu Want- jd ke«p tip to your neigh­ bors? Of course you do J Don't let them keep y.ou posted on what \\t going on. Subscribe for THE ADVOCATE, VOL. 40-NO. STURGEON BAY. WIS., SATURDAY. MAY 11. mm. LAKE MARINE NEWS. The Julia B. Merrill Waterlogged. The schooner Julia B. Merrill struck a lock when coming out of the harbor at Ced­ ar river on Thursday of last week and stove a hole in her bottom. She was kept on her course until she got abreast of Menominee, by which time the water had gained each headway that-Bhe become waterlogged. A signal of distress waB hoisted which bronght the tug O. M. Field, Capt. Clow, to her as­ sistance, and she was taken into the harbor and towed up the river where she was grounded. The Merrill was loaded with hemlock ties and bound to Chicago. , After unloading a temporary patch was put on a...

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 — 11 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 11, 1901. BAiilaADE OF THE NEW WOMAN. _ • • BY ANDREW I.ASO. ©I the new woman now to sing - You bid me. Prince, whose jangled lyre. Whose wrinkled muse, of weary wing, Has lost her early might and tit*. '. More readily your fond desire Would I concede and chant for you If the fair being you admire, ' If the new woman were but new. She is, alas! no novel thing POT history herself might tire, ^ Slight faint and fall, in following •Where the old woman did aspire., afro What stellar space, what mortal mire, fias not the fair sex ventured through} Indeed, we men folk might admire If the new woman yrere but new. She vexes now with Questioning, Must taste, experience, inquire, tot curiosity's the spring ThaVsendB her soaring higher and higher. That bade her with the shake conspire, » And to the snake alone be true ' Who brought on us that heavenly ire. S the new woman were but new! ENVOI. Prince, old as Adam is, our sire, AB old as Eve, whom Adam knew: We might not labo...

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 — 11 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 11, 1901. THE JOURNEY OP I.IFE. • • BI CLABK W. I)BYA\\ Over tie end trestle runs \"the track of life, \"f Onward with much bustle, friction, fray and . . strife At times' with speed of-matinees, at times with some delay: Some with songs of gladness all the livelong day. . • • •• Some'with weighty sorrow bearingdowii the V-'V.V heart, Bomb who needless borrow of . griel and woe a' • part. ' Some who never care or think of either now or • ever, •' • And also shut their eyes and blink at the limitless forever. Over tie and trestle, over rail and track. • With time and tide to wrestle and no thought of loss or lack, Going forth with feeble creeping to the ever open tomb, Briefly halting at the beeping where cornea bride and groom. With vows to love and cherish, all the varied ways of life, • And love to never perish, from either man or • wife Then hand in hand., departing, with merry v : hearts and brave,' As when at first outstarting, on their way to- • wards the gra...

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 — 11 May 1901

(' .V -: THE ADVOCATE. MAY II, 1901 ADVOCATE. jEnfrrvc? in t&e PoetQffic* at Stvrgtoft Hay, TVit„ .tu ' - teeondelast txaU matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATUBDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year....... 1 .... tl.SO f'our ix months .•• .75 months .50 Two months .25 Single copies — ............... .05 tSP~ Two dollars will be charged if not paid •within the year. STURGEON BAY. SATUBDAY. MAY U. I80I The new congressional apportionment as passed by both houses of the legislature the present week makes a district, to be known as the Ninth, out of Door, Kewaunee, Out. agamie Brown, Oconto and Marinette coun- ties. The state now has eleven districts. The «ity of Jacksonville, Ptoi, was nearly wiped out by fire on Friday of last week. There were 130 squares burned over, from 10,000 to 15,000 people rendered homeless and the monetary loss will reach $15,000,- 000. The insurance is only .about $2v5(j0,- 000, but some of the companies h...

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 — 11 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE MAY 11, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, MAY 11,1901. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —The island mill resumed operations for the season on Monday morning. —Lamontagne & De Keyser have added another delivery outfit to their rapidly in- creasing business. —Remember the high school entertain­ ment, May 20. Wait for it, be sure to go and help the boys alohg. —Following is the advertised letter list: Alida Anderson Mrs. Louis Colum Mrs. J. Lord Ralph Mahney. —The city never looked neater and more prosperous than it does this spring, and its true friends are rejoiced thereat. —The Marguerites went to Algoma Sun- day and played ball with our neighbors, getting defeated by a score of 7 to 9, • —The W. 0. T. U. will meet with Mrs. 'Ohas. Peterson on Tuesday afternoon, May 14, corner Garland and Church streets. —The Board ot Education held their first regular meeting since organized on Mon­ day. No business of _...

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 — 11 May 1901

$$• ADVOCATE. MAY U. 1901. PARAPHRASE FROM BERANGER \"Good heavens! how beautiful and bright • Is she for whom I steh 1 Love lurks within th# liquid light • i Of that dark dresmine ej-e. ! Sweet airs of youth around her breathe,' And flutter in her train Good heavens! how beautiful is she! And I. so old and plain! • Good heavens! how beautiful is she 1 ' As fresh and fair as day Dark as the night her shining hair, : Her lip—a bud of May.. ' Vet all unconscious of her power, Though hundreds sigh in vain: Good heavens! how beautiful is she I And I, so old and plain. / ' ' flood heavens! how beautiful is she! Can I her heart have won? I, from whose cheerless destiny All hopes and joy had flown? Before her soft eyes smiled on me, Love seemed a vision vain Good heavens how beautiful is she I . And I. so old and plain! Good heavens! how beautiful is she J , And yet she loves me now 8he brings the flower of maiden grace To deck this furrowed brow: She comes to gild my every joy, * To sooth...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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