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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 June 1901

— THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 1, 1901. 1 HOW HAPPY I'M, BE A little one played among the flpwers. In the blush and bloom of summer boors She twined the buds in a garland fair, ., And bound them up in her shining hair. \"Ah me,\" said she, \"how happpy I'll be Wh6n ten years more have Bone over me And I am a maiden, with yonth's bright glow flashing my cheek and lighting my brow 1\" A maiden mtised in a pleasant room. Where the Air was filled with a soft perfnme Vases were near, of antique mould. Beautiful pictures rare and old. And she, of all the loveliness there, Was by far the loveliest and most fair. /'Ah met\" sighed she, \"how happy I'll be When my heart's true love comes home to me Light of my life, my spirit's pride. . I count the days till thou reach my side.\" ! A mother bent over a cradle nest. Where she soothed her babe to his smiling rest, \"Sleep well,\" she murmured soft and low, ' And she pressed her kisaesjon his brow. \"Oh, child, sweet child I how happy I'll be If the good...

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 — 1 June 1901

' THE ADVOCATE. J'TTNE I., 19(11. \"\"\"\"\" \"1 n '' ' . » I ' h '\"i*iin \"r Vi t TlIK ADVOCATE. lOnterfd in the Poftoffice at, Sturgeon. Bay, TW#.. w Ftcond claff isail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TUB- •' v GEON BAY. Wis. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor: KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oneyear . $'t,50 Six months —........ ............ .75 Four months .. —....... ...... .... . .DO Two.talinths .85 Single copies . . .. .05 Two dollars will be •charged if ttot'paid within the year. STURGEON.BAY, SATURDAY. JUNE 1,100T. Twenty-ftpr.(icres of land on Manhattan bland were*e«ently sold for $1,000,000. In 16-26 the whole island was purchased by a Hollander for $24. ' '-Experts claim that California alone has more than one hundred billion feef of stand­ ing timber, sufficient to supply the markets of this country for at least -a century to flome.' Frank Penberthy, of the well-known house of Penberthy, Cook Co., Menominee, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Wednes- ' tiay of last week ...

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 — 1 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JUNE 1, 1901. THE AKvoeate 8TTJBGEON PAY, SATURDAY. JUNE 1,1901 PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. OffIclal Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. , , —'fhe University Club will give its anna- al banquet at. the Waldo on the evening of June 6th. , r-Mrs. Soakap has built a new wire fence aroupd her entire premise adding greatly to the appearance thereof. . ' • —There will be an election of officers of the Island city Lodge, Tuesday, June 4th. JU1 Members, all requested to .be present. —The June number, of Scribner's Maga­ zine' is a most excellent. one. Like wine this superb publication improves with age. —Following is the advertised letter list: J. B. Clark, John George, J. A. Jones, Mrs, :J Loset, Win. Mann, Aaron Pederson, Miss \"Emma Simon. ' —The laws of general interest enacted by the legislature which closed its session May 11th will be issued in supplement form by The Advocate next week. s —The N. S, Washburn Co. this week re­ ceived a carload of Georgia pine...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JUNE 1. 1901. IN THE FAIili. : BT BTHJM. LTNN. Am to the mountain, away to the fountain, -Hie off to the hill-circled glen •Gobathe in the billow, clasp waves for a pil • low, . ' V The rammer fe on us again. Hearts loving and tender, communion sur- render, , \"When the woods breathe their jubilant call '\"From the cities come hither, ere spring-flow­ ers wither,\" We shall all meet again \"in the fall.\" There are carpets of flowers, spread out in the V bowers. Gay pictures—not hung on a nail ' • Soft couches of clover, in meadows all over Be-istudded with daisies so pale. • There are mirrora not gilded, but in the green builded, / Just polished by breathings of June And aroh.es so solemn, where shadow and column '..J Hake twilight beneath them at noon. All softened and shaded, by curtains vine- braided, * Leaf curtains gold shot with the sun ! In the moon's glowing splendor, when evening grows tender. The emerald hue fades to dun • Then lamps angel-lighted, for pilg...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 June 1901

V1 5 £. TOWN AND COUNTRY. •: BY JAMES WHITCOMBE -BILES'. , They's a prejudice alius 'twixt country and ' town Which I wi'sht in my heart wascnt so. Ton take city people, jujt square up and doirn. ' And they* mighty good peoplo to know: And whare's better people a livin'today. Than ua in the country? Yit good As both of us is, we're divorced you might say And Won't compermiae when we could. come bruised, especially if the animal has considerable knee action and: when bruised to any great extent inflamma­ tion- sets in, which, if not soon arrested, generally terminates in navicular dis­ ease. When the foot is in a healthy condition, the surface of the navicular bone, upon... -which the flexor tendon .moves at every step of the animal, is re­ markably smooth, being lined by syno­ vial membrane, which forms a lubricat­ ing sac for the tendon to play upon. When inflammation.occurs and continues for any length of time one of three things is sure to occlir: Ulceration will Now aa nig...

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 — 1 June 1901

\" ' THE ADVOGATK. JUNE 1. 190! mm» ( i ^wwwffWfyHWfiitiiwjwwwww^^ SATURDAY SALE! We have just received 500 yds. of Corded Per- Qm cales Which we wilf offer, Saturday only, at.. y (j This is just cost on these goods. Bo sure and call early today. We still have a few pieces of those Sylphidee Cordi- \\ lees which we advertised last' week—the latest thing in summer dress goods—regular price 20c, sale price. • Remember, we do not make \"sale prices on old goods, bat on hew goods. • Groceries* Our grocery department is up-to- \\ date in every respect. Fresh lot of fruit to-day. a Telephone your orders for Strawberries for Sun- : day. . v. : V: • :'-t SMITH-BASSFORD CO., CASH MERCHANTS. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. I2c \"Follow the Croted to Wagener's.\" Biisipe55 as everyone knows, i 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. . .7 , There are none better than we keep. » ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 June 1901

COPIES\"is our guar- .•1, anteed.bona fide circu- . « lation. Are you among the j number? If not, lose no time • J in getting there. $1.50 pays 4 fbr a .wholie year's subscrip- J tion,. •V/ ' ••••'' P • J»tri**l Sooiety f I Attaear cmctmnott [ 4\\ Of-any weekly newspaper » 'i 4 published in the state, out- -)T side of Milwaukee. No pa- J tent Jnsides orplate matter i twed. All set np aid printed : J at home. VOL. 40--NO. 9. STURGEON BAY. WIS.. SATURDAY. JUNE 8. 1901. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. . \"Victory for the Ji. T. P. A. The Licensed Tugmen's Protective assO- '•ciation has come off victorious in its en­ counter with Louis Sands, 1 amber man, ves. ael and tug owner of Manistee. For several weeks the schooners Isabella Sands and A. . W. Luckey had been tied up in .the south branch of Chicago river and the Arendal in ^Milwaukee harbor because* the tugmen re­ fused to tow them out, owing to the fact that Sands would not employ union men on lis Manistee tugs. The vessels, 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 — 8 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JUNE 8, 1901. OtrHliOST BABY—WHjMK*'' Bt EMMA ALICE DROWSE. Oil, dear little birdie, . . Come back to our nost, ' Hie old house is lonesome without youl Come! mother Tvill_ lioUl you all day on her •breast,- '• ./ With the summer-wind blowing about you I Like torches, the lilies \" : Light all the green valleys, Aad over the windows swing garlands of • bloom, Where the' red-vine and jasmine fragrantly meet. . . ... Bat a mouraer-like shadow keeps watch in each room , Oh lost little baby I oh silence and gloom! \\ And the sunshine steals sadly in at the door, Touching the floor • With its mystical feet, ' Softly and silently, seeking thee, sweet, Asa child seeks a playmate, who iieth asleep Where silence and sorrow and purity keep I Oh dear little Willie: Oh white, budding lily Of May, that the chilly ffost-wind blew over and touched with a .. • spell -That keeps thee asleeping despite our wild weeping We loved thee, oh darling! we lore thee still, baby: But God and the...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 June 1901

ADVOCATE, JUNE 8, 1901. THE TAIiE OP A CHICKEN BONE. BT ECOENR J. HAU,. She sat in'the oar on the sent: ahead: Her hair was wavy,- and almost red Her voice had a dulcet tone r • Her face was lovely, her look was bland. She held itfher pretty and slender hand • A savory,chicken bone. ., ' Her teeth were perfect and white-as milk. Her lashes long and as soft as silk, • And her eyes with splendor shone Beautiful, jolly and full of fun. With laugh, with giggle and girlish pun, She'nibbled her chicken'bone. She shook her head and tossed her chin She twisted her red tongue out and in She pouted her lips, so sweet She tilted upward her pretty nose $he 8howed the stripes on her brilliant-hose. And patted the floor with her feet. Greasy and brown on her finger tips, V ' She brought the bone to her lovely lips, With a sly glance sideward thrown •'/ At a youth-who looked at her while she lunched, • Who sat and sighed while she munched and munched Thie meat- from her chicken bone. Awkward and s...

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 — 8 June 1901

ADVOCATE. 8, 1901. .'- V THE ADVOCATE. , Entered in tht Poetoffice at Sturgeon Hay, Ills., o* tecond class tnatl matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUIi- GEON BA\\V VflS. PBANK LONG, Editor, and Proprietor. •RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year-'— Six months Four months •. •• Two months — .......... Single copies ... ................ v ....... .w . Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. , ®1.5 .77. .SO .85 STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1901 The census of Manila, recently completed, gives it a population of 244,000, 'which is below that of Milwaukee by 40,000 or more. The sultan of Turkey is very seriously af. feeted with a cancer of the stomach, and the greatest medical experts in all Europe have been summoned to his aid. . A man and his three sons were last week lynched for horsestealing, a practice that they had been long engaged in. The trage­ dy took place Friday night at Venturas, Cal. The governor of South Caroiina has re­ fused to accept the resignation of ...

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 — 8 June 1901

TTIK ADVOCATE. JtJNE 8, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. 8TUBGE0N BAY, 8ATUBDAY, JUNE 8,1901 PRANK LON.GK Editor .and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —The present season thus far resembles that of 1892, the summer of so much rain and'frequent thunder storms. —The Knudson \"Wagon Works are en­ gaged on a considerable order for the R. P. Co., consisting of new wagons, racks, etc. -On and after July 1st this city will have nineteen saloons, which is on an average of about one to every 175 of the inhabitants... -The\" foundation for Allen Higgins' new residence has been completed and \"Walt Kimber is now engaged in constructing the building proper. -The M, W. A. lodge have changed their nights of meeting to the second and fourth • Mondays in .the month, and meet next Mon­ day evening, June 10th. -No services in the Moravian church next Sunday, the pastor having gone to Minnesota to attend the district synod, composed of five states. -The foundation for Chas. Greisen's n...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JU.S'E &. 1901. KAMIXG THE DAISY. NY JTONIIA EIOENMANN. They sat 'neatli a tree in tho meadow. Where the daisies were growing around, And in the distance the cattle Were lyiw at ease on the ground. The day was warm and sunny, . : : • And a magic spell seemed there. When a daisy she picked, and told-him To name it—a gentleman fair. Then slowly she counted—one I love. And her eyes grew bright as the day ' Whilis two I love, and the petals fell, ' To lie followed by three I say V\". Then four X love with all my heart— .'. And a blush rose to her cheek— \\ While, five away to the winds I cast, , And leave him for others to seek, , Six, he loves and she wonders Who is the he may bo - While seven, she loves hut the petals • * V Keep falling find falling, I see.- \" Then eight, for they love each other. And nine he comes straightway}. While ten, he tarries a little while, / v And eleven, he moos all day. - . - Twelve he marries. Thus o'er'and o'er She counts them one by o...

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 — 8 June 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JUNE 8. 1901. amfo Some. FOB LOVE AND KITTY'S SAKE. BY LOUISE 8. WHAM. . I'm ft fanner's son, and I'm up ere the dew Is brushed from the fragrant flowers • Frcan morn till noon, from morn till night, I toil through all the hours I tend the herd, I watch the flock. With wheat the fields I sow J held the plough, I till the soil. The billowy grass I mow For love and Kitty's sake. My arm is strong, and work is sweet. And I—I laugh at care, / \"When I think of the nestling, cottage home That Kitty and I shall share! \\, I earned the gold, and bought the land, For the cosy house I paid And all for the love of a merry lass. A winsome, brown-eyed maid: Yes, all for Kitty's sake. There's a garden wall to trim with vines, A lawn to deck with bloom: .And Kitty's smiles, and the roses faif, •Shall brighten each hnmble room: Ahi never a heart more light than mine, Whefi the inerry bells shall' say, \"We'll usher in the wedding-morn. ' } Of the lad who raked the hay. For love and Ki...

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 — 8 June 1901

•/ TWW. ADVOCATE. JUNE. 8. 1901. wwwwwwwnHH»»»mmmwnwwwnwnf»!nmw»»wnww»rwH»wnnn^i...wvri I SATURDAY SALE! I 9c We have just received 500 yds. of Corded Per­ cales which we will offer, Saturday only, at. This is just cost on these goods. Be sure and call early today. 3 We still have a few pieces of those Sylphidee Cordi- 3 lees which, we advertised last week—the latest ^ thing in summer dress goods—regular lOp 3 price 20c, sale price.. ..v. • • • • \\u\\) I Remember, we do not make \"Bale prices\" on old- goods, but on new 3 goods. • , -3 . 2 Groceries* Our grocery department is up-to- | date in every respect. Fresh lot of fruit to-day. 3 Telephone your orders for Strawberries for Sun- | d a y . - • . ' • v ' 3 SMITH-BASSFORD CO., 1 CASH MERCHANTS. 1 John & Wm. Bassford, Props. | Between sixty and seventy 'members at­ tended the annual meeting of the local fire insurance company held in the town hall last Tuesday. Wm, Helmholtz, John Keogli and O. B.Olsonwerere Elected t...

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 — 15 June 1901

J *\" anteed, lxma fide-circu- .j. « , lation. Are you among the J number? If not, lose no time J J\", in getting there. $1.50 pays : J , 4 for a whole year's subscrip- * tion. . J. !r'itorioal Sooiety • I A WEST CIRCULATION •'£/ of arty weekly newspaper ' published in the state, ont- * \"sideof Milwarikee. No pa-.:| 4 tent inside* or plate matter ' f ^\\ J used. All set up and printed » ® J at home. • * . ! 4~ ' : VOL. 40--N0. 10. STURGEON' BAY. WIS.v SATURDAY, JUNE 15. 1901. 1.50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Recovered the Hard's Cargo. Q Capt. James Calbicfe of Chitiago was at Jrand Haven this week looking after the lumber which was reported found near that port. The lumber proves to have been part of the deckload of the steamer J. L. Hard, bound from a Georgian bay port to Chicago. Grand Haven tuginen picked up over 100,- 000 feet of the flotsam, worth between $2000 and $3000. Capt. Calbick repre­ sents the underwriters and will take' pos­ session of the lumber wherever he can...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 June 1901

ADVOCATE, JUNE 15, 1901. ' THE RUIJIXG PASSION. On every vacant lot in town Baseball the kids are playing, . ^ • Anil though in science they may lack, : Kight with tlie rules they're staying. They pick their teams -with due regard For vigor in disputing ' . ' And those who can't get in the game With Vehemence are rooting. Jhe pitcher does contortion acts. In faithful imitation \" Mothera who have greater fame And hold much higher station, The catcher stands behind the bat, •Where signals he is making. Then roasts the pitcher when on balli The \"mall\" a base is taking. fool tips go speeding to the street. And now and then are shookinir The timid persons who are grazed. While quietly there walking, JR times a four-base hit is made. • And there is praise unstinted When o'er the \"plate\"' though out of breath, The kid has safely sprinted. And now and then the players hear A sudden, fearful crashing. Because the ball has crossed the fence And done some window smashing. & cry is rai...

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 — 15 June 1901

A THE ADVOCATE. JUNE 15, 1901. JSfi liESS, OB. MORE. BJT ALICE CABS. Seven trees grew beside our door— , We used to wish they were six, or four! Seve&r-each standing so close to each. The boughs from one to the other eould-reach, . And when the-wild winds over them ran • The tops of the seven trees looked like one. There they stood in the rain and shine. Like so many soldiers, all of a line. Beating the tempest away when-it came .tod -still when.'the midsummer burned like a' flame, ^Dropping their shadows, now less, mow-more. Over the door-stone and into the door. Seven, and one of the seven, an oak. Scarred and scathed by a lightning-stroke. That, leaving it at the fork gaped wide, Ban like a black'vein down one side . An elm, with a shaggy red vine at the top, Hanging loose, and as though it were ready to' ! drop. . . ' Three sweet silver maples, a willow so fair ' That like a lithe swimmer took hold of the air i A walnut, too proud'to yield ever nut. With -all its black bark ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 June 1901

ADVOCATE, JUNE 15, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. Enteral in the fVisfpfflce at SUtrgten Bmj, tp*-. second class-nMil ttuUUi'. AS TO WATER AND LIGHT. PCfBl.ISHED EVEBY SATURDAY AX STUB-. '' . GEOK BAY, WIS. • FRANK LpNOf Editor and Proprietor. ' RATES OF SUBSCBIPTION. • Oneyear— .... ....... „.v. .... .... ti.5 Six month?..—...........i.... Four months •Â«' Two months Single copies .... .. ...... \"v-: -TO Two. dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. - STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JUNE IS, tsxn, Lcsf Wo. Forget! Thfere being an evident desire on the part of a majority of the present coucil to turn down and iguore the request of the t^o hun­ dred and more voters who signed the peti­ tions requesting the water-works question to ' be submitted at a special election, it may not be out of place at this juncture to call attention to a resolution unanimously adopt­ ed by. the late Republican city convention, held on March 28, and which runs thus: Whereas. It is currently reported that the ...

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 — 15 June 1901

sis THE ADVOCATE. JUNE 15, 1I01. WHY DO SO MANY PEOPLE RIDE CRESCENTS Twice as many Crescent bicycles as any other have been bought annually for the last six years OCATE. STCKGEON BAY, SATURDAY. JtJJJE 15,1901. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City arid County, SHORT TAKES. • —This (Friday) -is Flag. Day—show your colors! v —The school in ward Three, presided over by Miss Augusta Thompson was closed • last Friday for the summer vacation. —Regular services in the Moravian church Sunday morning and evening, and an after, n jo'n service at Shiloh church at 3 o'clock. —The new residence of Frank Belanger in . ,the Third ward is: under cover and the in­ terior being finished off as rapidly as pos­ sible. \" —The small boy has begun going in swimming again, only waiting for one good warpi day to drive-him into the chilling waters.' ' —.Friday,. June 11th, is Flag Day, and the American standard should be-thrown to the breeze by whosoever is possessed of such an outfit...

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 — 15 June 1901

THE ADVOCATR. JUNE 15. 1901. \"FOR THE CHILDREN'S. SAKE.\" BV UUIRK S. UMlAM. Not for ournelvoe do wo roamMhefieltla ' And search tho garden tliroiigh— Not for ourselves do we cull the flowers. Bed roses and violets bine— For a little face of winsome grace - Is smilingly raised to ours. And a baby-hand, from life's wonder land. Should gather only the flowers. So we deck the walls of our rnral home With the triumphs of art and skill. And we hedge with green the sunny bowers Where birds their songs may tritt Hands toil or rest, but horna is bleet Where children the sunshine make- Where wealth is won, or work well done And all for the children's sake. For his children's sake, how the ragged swain Turns the brown sod oyer again 1 Toils early and late, with no thought of rest. Till he harvests the yellow grain I Then he sings anew, \"The labor is through. For harvests a pastime make _ For sweet«ioy I find with each sheaf I bind. Fori garner for love's dear sake!\" For a baby's sake, hea...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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