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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 11 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE. 11, 1901. '^•I $' THE IiASTD OF TTSE0-TQ-BE. . BY JAME8 WHITCOMBE BtLEY. BeyonI the purple, hazy trees —- Of summer's utmost boundaries} ' Beyond the sands, beyond the seas, Beyond the range of eyes like these. And only in the reach of the Enraptured gaze of memory,. ' . There lies the land long lost tb me— The land of Used-to-be. Aland enehanted, such as swung •, In gordon seas when sirens clung • \" Along their dripping brinks, and sung To Jason in that mystic tongue That dazed men with its melody Oh, such a land, with such a sea. Kissing its shores eternally. Is the fair Used-to-be. '' * : 1 A land where music ever girds : The air with bells of singing birds. And sows all sounds with such sweet words That even in the lowing herds • , A meaning lives so sweet to me Lost laughter ripples limpidly From lips brimmed o'er vrith all the glee Of rare old Used-to-be. V : A 0 land of love and dreamy thoughts, And shiny fields and shady spots. Of coolest, greenest, graBsy plo...

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 — 11 May 1901

THE ABROGATE* MAY 11. 1901. »wwmnn)m»mHinmrTniHHnmnnwnmi»nnmmimnmM.uWn,uu»u.nM,\" Men's Working Shirts and Overalls -We have just received a large assortment from the Fond du Lac Shirt and Overall Co. and we will j guarantee to give you the best goods for the least : money. Men's Heavy Duck Working Shirts, worth 50c—-at 45° Men's Heavy Duck Working Shirts, worth 60o—at 50° Boy's Heavy Duck Working Shirts, worth 45c—at. . ...40c Men's \"Yankee Boy\"'brand Shirt, Forest collar—at....5Qc : !! Men'B Sateen Shirts, worth 55c—at..... —.... , ...48° 3 Men's \"Yankee Boy\" brand Overalls, worth 60c—at. ^55° - a ' Boy's\"Excellent\" brand Overalls, worth 556—at.. ..v..48° ' a Boy's \"Yankee Boy\" brand Overalls, worth 35c—at....30c | Straw Hats. 1 The straw hat season will soon be here and we want to -advise you 3 ill time, so you will know where you can get the latest styles and best \" 3 goods. We have no old goods to show. a SMITH-BASSFORD CO., | CASH MERCHANTS. I John & Wm, ...

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 — 18 May 1901

0600 COPIES is our gttar- anteed, bona fide circu lation. Are you among the number? If not, lose no. time in getting there. ®1.50 pays for a whole year's subscrip- i tionr j^AlWEST CIRCULATION » of any weekly newspaper ? published in tho state, out- * side dr Milwaukee. No pa- * j teiit insides or plate matter * used.' An set np and printed at home. 40--NO. st STURGEON BAY. WIS., SATURDAY, MAY 18, lilOI. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Will Baud a Tag. Rieboldt & Wolter, the local shipbuilders, 'have been awarded the contract to build a tag for Wm. Smith & Co. of Waukegan, and •Work on the craft will commence in a week -or ten days. She is to be finished July : 15th, and will cost complete about $6,000. The tug will be 72 feet long, 15J feet ,beam and 7£ feet deep. She is to supplied with bulkheads and is to be employed in fishing operations, harbor work and as a passenger boat when her owners so incline. Two Lives Lost on Lake Huion. The schooner Fostoria, in tow of the ,...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 18 May 1901

t 1 \\ \\ ' i THE ADVOCATE, MAY18, 190i. THE NEW CtJPIl). \"Whither thou goost will I so!\" Is not the mode of later fashion: •Where marriage is for worldly show, With more of prudenco than of passion Kb», '.'Where thy mother liveth liveth I— Subjected to her rule and forcing— Huat dwell, and never question why, Jjefet there be question of divorcing.\" Eove goeth, but not as before, 'With arrows \"slung upon his shoulder Bove born in Wall Street knoweth more, A Cupid still, but eager—older \"I'll love you, if your- stylo's the thing Your gage V armour the diamond's glitter Un-money— thousands every spring— Or, matrimony- will be better. Kline Was when husband, wife were wed, Wheneaeh by each had been well chosen, , . With summer's halo round each head, Not withered chaplets, culled when frozen ®Une was when eyes looked into eyes • With glances sweet—Admetis honey— ' \"When straight to Eden Hymen flies, . V. Not to that sordid kingdom—money. What, where, whence cometh dual bliss To...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 18 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE.MAY 18,1901. '/ \" EDUCATIONAL COURTSHIP. •t She was a Boston maiden, and she'd scarcely passed eighteen. And as lovely as ahoiiri, but of grave and sober mien, A sweet encyclopedia of every kind of love. Though love ^looked coyly from behind the ' glasses that she wore. ~ She sat beside her lover, with her elbow on his . .. • : lmee. And dreamily she gazed upon the slumb'rmg summer sea, Until he broke the silence, saying, \"Pray Mi­ nerva, dear. Inform me' of the meaning of the Thingness of the Here. ' \"I know you're just from Concord, where, the . lights of wisdom be. Your head crammed full to bursting, love, with their philosophy— These hoary-headed sages and maids of host? : ery blue— ' ... Then: solve me the conundrum, love, that I have put to you.\" She smiled .a dreamy smile and said: \"The Thingness of the Here Is that which is not passed and hasn't jret ar­ rived, my dear Indeed,\" the maiden continued, with a calm, unruffled brow, ' \"The Thingness, of the ...

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 — 18 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 18, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. EnUnd In the IXetofflct at Sturgeon Bay, 1H»., w tteond clatt mall matter. , PCJBLISHED EVEEV SATURDAY AT STUB- GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. »l.50 Oneyear..... - • fixmonth9.. ............ .™ our months — • * Two months ........ .... .. Singleeopiea ........ .uo P^-Two dollars Will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, MAY 18,1901 , On another page we publish ail article on the advantages of the proposed water-works system, which was compiled and contributed by an advocate of the improvement. Henry Hagemeister wag the only member of the state senate that voted1 against the iniquitous vessel assessment law, and his constituency are more than satisfied that they made no mistake in electing that gen­ tleman to the position which he occupies and the duties of which he is discharging as becomes a true patriot and citizen. The editor of this newspaper has talked with a good...

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 — 18 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE. MAY 18. 1901. ADVOCATE. 6TUEGEON BAY, 8ATUBDAY, MAY 18.1901. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Ciiy and County. SHORT TAKES. —TheM. W. A. will hold a meeting Mon­ day evening at their hall. —Onr neighbor, Frank Michaels, is un­ doubtedly the first man in the city that has • potatoes up in his garden^ » —The new residence of Ed. Kraft is rap­ idly Hearing completion. It is located north of the Patsy Writt place in the First ward. •—Stiles'& Co. this week pat a beautiful soda water fountain in their drug store, which was put in operation the first of the week. -, —Home grown garden •\"sass\" is beginning to make its appearance in the market, but is somewhat backward on account of thei continued'cool weather. —Cotuity Clerk Halstead does not think the assessment blanks and other supplies will be received by him mach before June 1st. Assessors take due notice. —The open air concert by the band Sat­ urday evening was the means of bringing out a 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 — 18 May 1901

it\" i\\l_! THE ADVOCATE. MAY 18. 1901. THROUGH THK SHADOW. • BI EMMA ALICE BKOWITfe ,V . As one who journeys in the night , Along a blind and crooked way, 1 1 seek in darkness for Thy liKht— Some outlet to Thy perfect day I But wider, ruder climbs the path, •1 . . A heavier gloom is round me spread, . v And all the billows of Thy wrath ' • Go over my defenseless head. Spent with the pain of'mortal tomy . -I-breast the storms that round me beat,',-.. • Content to bear my grievous cross, • If I may lay it at Thy feet . If thro' th' immeasurable wall ' v Of gloom that hides Thee from my sight. Some ray ol Thy sweet light may fall, v Dear Lord, I shall not dread the Nightf V . If I might grasp some certain clue- Some Blunder and invisable strand Of Thjr dread meaning—that I knew Would lead me to Thy hidden hand, The lurking ills I need not fear, . ' Nor evil things that bar theroad, For I would know that Thou wert near, And—Light, or Darkness—Thou art God I No rift'of hope my soul disc...

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 — 18 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE. MAY 18. 1M0I lontc. ' KERUKCTEI). BT FLOBESCE E. PV^TT. . When Mary Ann Dollinger got the sehule daown t liar on Injun Bay 'I: was/glad, fer,' I like to see a gal makin' her , honest way. I heerd some talk in the village abaout hor flyin' high. ' Tew high for the. busy fanner folks with chores ter dew tor tfy But I paid no sorter attention ter all the talk ontell She came in her reg'lar boardin' raound ter visit with us a spell. _ My Jake an' her had been cronies ever since they could walk. -Jake ain't no hand at grammer,. though he haint his beat for work: But X sez ter myself, \"Look out, my gal, yer afoolin'withaTurk!\" Jake bore it wonderful patient an' said, in a mournful way, ' He p'aumed he was behindhand with the doin's at Injun Bay. I remember once he wasaskin fer aome o' my Injun buns, An' she said he Bhonld alluR say, .''them air,\" stid o' \"them is\" the ones. Wal, Mary- Ann kep' at him stiddy, mormn' an' evenin' long. Tell he dassent open his mouth for fe...

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 — 18 May 1901

, A\\. -.r TBfEf ADVOCATE. MAT®® 19Ult The \"Emko\" Hat. * Our hat department for this season is repre- E sented'by the same old brand as we formerly han­ dled, viz, the \"Emko.\" In workmanship, quality, and price these hats are second to none. We have a large assortment of Fedoria and Stiff hats and can quote you prices which are sure to please. Our line of Men's and Boys' Yacht and Golf Caps is complete. Men's Working Gloves! We have added a complete line to our stock and can quote the fol­ lowing prices: - Plymouth Buck Glovesr per ^air. $1,00 Reindeer Skin Gloves, per pair.......... 95o - : Horsehide Gloves, per pair 95c r Cheaper grades .60c, 50o and 2§o GLASS WARE!—See our window display. CASH MERCHANTS. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. n Follow the Crowd to Wegener's.\" are up to the high standard this drug house has ' set. It has taken less than . two. months on this side of the bay tojpOnvince shrewd buy­ ers that our stock is the clean- . est, freshest and* most up-t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 May 1901

2)600 COPIES is out guar- j anteed, bona fide circn- ^ liition. Are yon among the » number? If not, lose no time J in getting there. $1.50 pays { for awhole year's subscrip- » • ' I 1 \\ A# \"] TAIWBSt CIRCULATION ' 4 Of any weekly newspaper } 1 published in the state, out- » J . side of Milwaukee: No pa- f • .vry^g :tmirHuUle» \"or plate matter - p _ J osed. All set np and printed ^ 9\\ 1 \\ at home. r I® VOL. 40--N0. 7. STURGEON BAY. WIS.. SATURDAY, MAY 25. 1901. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Accidental Drowning. Edward Bogart, Stewart , on the schooner Ishpeming, fell off the dock while going to the vessel about midnight Wednesday and was drowned. He was about 34 years old and liad a wife and child residing at Toledo, O. Bogart and his brother and a sailor named \"West had been around'town luring the ear. ly part of the evening, and . had evidently been'drinking quite freely. Along about 10 o'clock the trio dropped into the skating rink where they were so boisterous that th...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 25, 1901 •'twere Vain. BV -DOHA FBEASKV. Think not to please all men strive as you will. .Www© vain, impossible: for there remairieth • still . • • The man whom naught can please or satisfy By noble effort of by full endeavor, . By warmest impulse, iii.no way whatever. Of such as he, set heart and mind at ease Go on thy way, ond take no heed of these, Forso 'twill be forever. riot thy soul be troubled that they say : jht have done this thins, or that, a bet- \\ terway. ' _• Hayhapthy way is best,' how can they know, UTith thine ^wn eyes, what seemeth best to thee? - x • Check the qnick tear that steals into thine eye Because one rudely«peak8 keep \"back the * . 'Sigh.' Nor pale thee JTorthey^ill iall it Weakness^rtio stand by Though well I knowvs Si tells no weakness on thy earaesfc-Mrt Bbr loss of manhood.* 'lis only thaKthonart too eager for approval: and that what thou do. . . • Should please all others as it pleaseth you. \\ So more than this thou askest of j...

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 — 25 May 1901

•/ *' ^ ^ \\ , f V '\\ t - v . 25. 1901. •*: ••\" BETTER TIME COMIN6. Bt EtJOIKE J. HAUL,. O heart that is dreary. O soul that is weary. There's a better time coming for you. Work on uncomplaining, the- goal yon are' . \".• gaining. There s a better time coming for you. Toil on [ toil on I Ere day be gone. W in the vineyard to do. When your labor is done for the crucified Son. There's a better time coming for you. The moments are flying, the daylight is dying. There's plenty yonr time to employ. Be brave in weU-doing, your pathway pnran- ' ing, Proclaiming the tidings of joy. ' Toil on r toil on I Ere day be gone. There's work in the vineyard.to do. When your labor is done for the crucified Bon. There's a better time coming for you. Go into the highways, go into the by-ways. And bring the loss sheep to the fold. ' Yonr labor of love to the Father above Is better than silver or gold. Toil on! toil on! Ere day be gone, There's work in the vineyard to do. When your labor is done for th...

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 — 25 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MAX 26,1,901. ADVOCATE En'/red in iht Pottafflct tt( Sturgeon Bay. w second cla-ff rxaU matter. PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY AT STUlt- GEON BAY, WIS, FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oneyear..—: .. ...i#l.M Six months —........ Pour months ........... ... — -Twomonths Single copies ....... iST\" Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, MAY 25,1901. Memorial Day. But a few days will elapse ere the recur­ rence of Memorial day. 'At no time since the anniversary has this day been more gen­ erally or enthusiastically observed than at present, which shows that the memory pf those that fell in the great struggle js-still kept green, Thursday the thoroughfares of cities aud villages throughout /tte length and breadth of the land wjlKbe filled with detachments of veterans and other military and civic bodies liastepifig to their rendez­ vous, and thousand^ of men, women and children will te-'seen making their way to...

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 — 25 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MAY 25, 1901 Mb THE ADVOCATE. 8TTTRGEON BAY, BATUBDA.Y, MAT 25,1901. LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHOfrlT TAKES. /—Those having^business with the city clerk can find .him avail hours of the day at The Advocate office. —The engine in the ftankratz mill brake down Tuesday and work w^ saspended un­ til Friday while repairs werexbeing made. —Following is the ' advertised letter list: Jorgen Olson • Bergsland, MissEtte Mc- Cummings, Mrs. Norton, Arson Vanderhorf. —The baseball season will be formally opened in this city Sunday, when the local team will try conclusions with Algomks ag­ gregation o£ ball tossers.. —Mrs. Kathrina Propsom has had a sii walk laid in front of her premises on th tipper end of Garland street, and the ap­ pearance of things improved corresponding- ly\". —Jos. Schleis, the new proprietor of the First National Hotel, is already doing a nice business, although only about a week has elapsed since he took charge 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 — 25 May 1901

THE ADVOCATE. MAY 25, 1901, ••GOOD NIGHT! NOT OOOD-BIV BY KDVT1K A»SO£O. , ' t saw my lady die: And he who of times crnel is, dark Death, Was so deep sorrowful to stay her breath, He came, alt clemency He would not let her know: So well he loved the bright soul he must take. That for our grieving and her own.falr sake He hid his shaft and bow: Upon her lips he laid That \"kiss of God\" which kills, but does not harm •With tender message, breathing no alarm. He said \"Be unafraid 1\" Sorrow grew.ahnost glad, .Pain half-forgive, parting well-nigh kind, To mark how placidly my lady's mind Consented. Beady clad. In robes of unseen light, \" -Her willing sou) spread wing-, and while she / 'passed. \" \"Darling! good-byl\" we moaned—but' she, at ' last, \" -ij Murmured \"No I but good-night 1\" Good-night, then),Sweetheart! Wife! If this world be the dark time and the morrow Day dawn of Paradise, dispelling sorrow, / lighting our starless Life , . Good nightt—and not Good-by? Good night...

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 — 25 May 1901

•••-• *-* THE ADVOCATE* MAY 25v 1901. the BAT. BT JOHN* O. SAXE. The Eagle and the Lion (when V \"The Beasts and Birds conversed like Men. . As once they used) long held debate ' • Concerning high affairs of state. ' . Until, as conversation ran \"Without the least regard to plan. One named the Bat an odious creatnre. . Who, by-his strange, amphibious nature And cunning trick of \"flaying double.\" \" • Gave Birds and Beasts a deal of trouble. ' \"A hateful minx.\" the Eagle said wKY-,\"- 41 Whene'er she takes it in her head j , , Her interest lies With ns to herd. She always claims to be a bird: 1 And shows, in proof, those leather things Which, I confess, resemble wings: • • And, sootfi to say, I can't deny ' ^ That—in a fashion—she can fly. ''^V - But, mark you: when, for any cause. She stands accused of breaking laws By which we rule the feathered race. She laughs his Honor in the face / And then—was ever such deceit? She shuts her wings and shows her feet,. And cries, 'See here...

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 — 25 May 1901

APVOCATE, MAY 25v 1901. i For Saturday Only. 1000 yards.of brand new Shirting Prints worth 5c yd, at..... •Â»Â« 500 yards of Dress Prints, \" worth 8c yd, at • One dozen piefces brand new Sylphide Cordelee, the latest thing in summer dress goods, ^ regular price 20c yd, Saturday.. . SMITH-BASSFORD CASH MERCHANTS. John & Wm, Bassford, Props. iiiniinnmumn \"Follow the Crowd to Wegener's.\" as everyone knows, calls for' more than the average Quali­ ty in goods. You might just as well fool around the time-honored buzz saw as to get any but the best drugs- There are none better than we keep. Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. NEWS OF THE COUNTY. TheThirsty Season IS NOW AT HAND. Stiles & Go's. New Fountain offers everything heart could , wish for in the way of codling », beverages. Our fruit juices are rtimadetfrom real ripe fruits and our ice cream from real Jersey cream. STILES & CO. OLD RELIABLE CORNER DRUG STORE. Farmers Attention! Seed Corn! We have a full supply of Sanford'...

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 — 1 June 1901

2600 COPIES is our guar- [/: an teed. bona fide circu­ lation. Are you among the number? If not, lose no time in getting there. / $1.60 pays for a whole year's subscrip­ tion- I ARFLEST CIRCULATION » • of any weekly newspaper, j * published in the state, put- / * Jside-of \"Milirnukco.' • -Jroypip--\" J I tent insicies or plate matter } j used. All set up and printed • 1 at home Historical STURGEON SATURDAY, JUNE VOL. 40-N0 YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. A STew Boat. Capt. James Larson of Fish Creek last \"Winter built a new boat for use in the fish, ing and freight trade. The craft is built on the. lines of a steamer or tug, and when . Capt. Larson gets around to it . he is going to put a gasoline engine into her.' \"She has been christened the Carrie and Lillie, in honor of ttie skipper's daughters. While in port Tuesday and Wednesday-the boat was xeadtneasured by the custom house officer, who placed , her registered tonnage at 41. She is 69.4 ft. long, 19.5 beam and 7.25 depth of hold...

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 — 1 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JUNE i. 1901. A SONG OF THE., SUNSET LAND. BT- EBNE8T MCOAITSS. &ihefar-off hills of tlie sunset land : In the land where the long grass bends and quivers^? - Where the ghosts ortniglit and morning stand Br the gleams and dreams of the lonely •\"rivers, * Where the brawn sedge waving, stoops and ' shivers Atthewater's edge raihe sunset land. Through the trackless paths of the sunset '. land, : Where the silenoe broods in a dream un \" : broken - - And the days slip by like grains of eandv Where the song nnsnng and the word un­ spoken • Seems like a part of a nameless token ®f the wild gray wastesiof the sunset land. On the snow clad peaks of the subset land. As they pride in the Clouds so nearto heaven In shadowy vastness, stern and grand ' Where gaunt old pines, by the lightning riven, ' . Moan in the wind, though their branches driven, \" On the crags and cliffs of the sunset land. : Hid the rolling plains of the sunset land. Where the echoes drift in the tufte...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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