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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. ,IT LV 6, l!)0t. ' f lil HOW HE CAUGHT HER. ' J ' BI JOEL BEKTOJf. Where the well-sweep quaintly rises Nenr a cottage, in the dell . Mortimer sweet Maud surprises. Drawing water from the well. All about her shines.the summer, . Clover blossoms brush her feet— And through their glow the wistful comer See the maiden he would meet. . Her shy blushes ipake him bolder— - So he hastes the tempting cup: V I? -And, just jostling her fair shoulder, • Stoops to draw the bucket up. . j j Doing this, he sips the water ' Which he thinks divinely sweet But, the farmer's pretty daughter Helps to make the draught complete I Now. they talk of youthful fancies ,In a rippling flood of speech— V'.^ Dwelling on the dear romances . ' : • Which the future holds fbr each. , The summer day speeds on in glory. Rarest splendors crown the dell But—the lover's endless story . Who has time enough to tell? ? When at last they leave, in sorrow At the briefness of the day, ' \"I will come,\" he says, ...

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 — 6 July 1901

' ' V: THE ADVOCATE. JULY 6, limi. Tiik Advocate. Enitrtd in the Postoflict at Stvrgion Bay, Hi*.. at tccond clot* matt matter PUBLISHED.,EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY. WIS, FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. 91.5J One year.... • • • . fix months .• our months . —.. ........... .50 Two months .. ... •Â£ Single copies ... .05 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. 8 CURGEON BAYV SATUI05AY JtJM 8^ »0I Disregard for (he Rights of tlie People. We call attention to the following points in the opinion given by Hon. H. O. Fair, child with reference to the validity of the ' franchise supposed to have been granted to yf. H. Wheeler. First, the essential conditions required, and inade imperative by the statute, and literal compliance with which, is a condition precedent to the existence in the council of power to grant the franchise, were not com­ plied with in any respect. We'see that no application in writing was made to the councillor filed wit...

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 — 6 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 6, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. 8TCBGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JULY 6, Wtl. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following in the advertised letter list: Joseph Wig, Mary Herman, Charles Fenske, Holoer Sanders. . --The Board of Education met Monday evening but as there was no quorum present the meeting was adjourned for one week. •—The W. 0. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Sept. Stephenson next Tuesday afternoon, July 9th. A cordial invitation is extended to all. —The proposed baseball excursion to Green Bay which was to have' taken place next Sunday' has been indefinitely post­ poned. r —The baseball game on the Fourth be­ tween the local team and Oconto players was a one-sided contest the home boys win­ ning by a score of 27 to 7. —The Two River's baseball team failed to put in an appearance Sunday, the threaten­ ing weather having caused them to turn back after having started for here. —Four thousand dollars has been paid in­ to th...

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 — 6 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JULY 6. 1901. , NOBODY KNOWS. ' BY KTHEI. LYNN. : i iwted the bee in the lily's cap. What held the waxen stamens up. Or shut. each eye, its walls of white About its shaft of malachite. Bnt the velvet bee. thiglnladen. rose. And grumbled, passing,' 'Nobody knows.\" l asted the crow 'mid the springing corn. How the living blade from the seed was born Saucy, and sure of his mate's applause, He answered we prompt and' pertly, ''Caws ' But a cricket, hopping between the rows, ' Chirped out audibly, \"Nobody knows.\" I asked tlie pilot far out at sea, Why tlje needle turned unfailingly : To the star that gems the northern sky, . But I waited long for his reply. 'Till the sounding breakers nearer rose, And the pilot shouted, \"Xobody knows \" I asked the oak how its tent of shade Without a hammer or saw was made—: How its beams were out on the soft air laid. And it s wide roots sodded without a spade. A robin sang, \"How the oak-tree grows. Nor, you, nor I, nor the oak-tree k...

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 — 6 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JULY 6, 1901. ^arm inb Monte. THE SOXG MY MOTHER SAXG. BY X.OUWE UPHAM\". I strayed today o'er the dear old farm. Where, a child, I oft had strayed Through the daisied fields and rustling corn, And the woodland's dreamy shade : And the robins sang and the bluebirds built In the same gnarled orchard tree : And the crimson breast and the plumage blue Were as bright as they used to be. 1 I strolled adown the meadow-path That led to the bubbling-spring. But the ground—our feet kept bare and brown. Was green beneath the swing! I tried to call the lowing kine, But they turned in mute surprise, For my voice had lost its merry ring, My face youth's fair disguise. In the garden, where my violets First waked to the morning sun. I looked in vain for their starry eyes. In the beds with weeds, o'errun - The prairie-rose by the garden.wall ^ ' Had forgotten how to climb: - And not a lily-bell survived The wreck and decay of time! I named the names of my early friends. But to find th...

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 — 6 July 1901

:'•( -A [•: ADVOCATE. JULY 8. 1901. \"' - Just aeceiyed a new line of the \"Henrietta | Skirts.'' In workmanship and quality there is a : positively no better garment made. No raw seams a in these garments. Fast black is our specialty, but | we can also show you several stripped patterns— | Prices 75c,\" $1.35, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. 1 Notions. , 3 Collar Buttons of all debcriptions, from 10c per doz. to 15ceaeh. 3 Cuff Buttons—latest designs—at 26c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 55c and i 5o. Ez- 3 tra good quality for the money. ' V • 2 Ladies' Sash Pins—Belt Buckles—Hair Barettes—Shirt Waist Sets a —Breast'Pins—Sack Pins and Broaches—All Bargain*. :3 Ladies1 Purses—New line at 25c, 35o, 46c, 50c and 75c. v | A large assortment of Ladies' Fancy Hair Fins and Side Combs, 3 just received. All the way from lc to 50c each. 3 FANCY DISHES,—We have the handsomest line of fancy dishes 3 \" ever shown in this city. Call and inspect them and consider the price, 3 which will surely please. -. . 3 SMITH-B...

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 — 13 July 1901

j 2^00 COPIES is oar (soar- J I unteed. bona lido- circu- { i lation. .Are you among the Historical Society •**V ».*.4 •Â»*+A..A. J^AHOEST CIRCIfLAtlOK ^ i '.••-. of any weekly, newspaper {, i published in the state oat-' side of Mil^adked. No fw- £: .« tent insides or plate matter £.' J used. • A11 setjxp and printed | at home. t J - - - , - SÂ¥l -S 3$! 4Q--N0. 8TI.TROEOX BAY.. WIS.. SATURDAY, JULY 13. 1901. 81.50 A YEARS 4KE MARINE NEWS. nsferred to Plain Island. Captaih Charles Carland received official notice at Milwaukee Monday morning from Charles Mora of Grand Haven, superin­ tendent of thtkTwelfth Life Saving district, of his appointment as keeper of the Plum Island station. Captain Ingar Olson will be transferred to tlie station at Milwaukee and the change is-gxpeeted to take place this week. . ^ A telegram received-, by Captain Carland a few days ago stated that he was to again take charge of' the Milwaukee station im­ mediately and it was thought by hiin that this o...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 13, 1901. THE SHIP THAT SAILED- White sail upon the ocean's verge, / • Just crimsoned by the setting sun, , Thou hast thy port beyond the surge, Thy happy homeward course to run, And winged hope, with hvart of fire. To gain the bliss of thy desire. I watch thee till the sombre sky - Has darkly veiled the lucent plain - My thoughts, like homeless spirits, fly Behind thee o'er the glimmering main. Thy prow will kiss a golden strand, •' But they can never come to land. : And if they could, the fanes are black ( Where once I bent the reverent knee Ho shrine would send an answer back, No sacred altar blaze for me. No holy bell, with silver toll, ' Declare the ransom of my soul. lis equal darkness, here or there , • For nothing that this world can give • Could now the ravaged past repair, . Or win the precious dead to live 1 Life's crumbling ashes quench its flame, And every place i» now the same.' ii. Thou idol of my constant heart, , Thou child of perfect love and li...

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 — 13 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JULY 13. 1901. 1118 '•3 THE WEIili OF SAIXT JOHN.* '•There is plenty of room for two in here, - •Withiii the steep tunnel of old gray stone: And the well is so 'dark, and the spring so clear. It is quite unsafe to go down alone.\" \"It is perfectly'safe, depend upon it, • • -S For a girl who can count the steps, like: me And if ever I saw dear mother's bonnet, \" It is there on the hill by the old ash-tree.\" \"There is nobody but Bees Morgan's cow Watching the dusk on the milk-white sea. 'Tis the time and the place for ft life-long vow. Such as I owe you, and you owe ine.\" ' \"Oh, Willie, how can I, in this dark well? I shall drop the brown pitcher, if yon let go: The long roof is murmuring like a sea-shell, . And the shadows are shudderingto and fro-\" \"'Tis the som_d of the ebb in Newton Bay. Quickens the spring as the tide grows less, • Even as true love flows alway . Counter the flood of the world's success \" \"There is no other way for love to flow Whenever it...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 13 July 1901

/ THE ADVOCATE. JULY 13, THE ADVOCATK. En'trtd in (ht PostofRt*. 0/ Sturgeon Hay, IR»., a» ftcondcla** nm!'matter. * F0BLISHED EVEItt' SATURDAY AT 8TUK- GEO^ BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG Editor and Proprietor. —Vesr RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One rear .... ............ ... .... $1.50 Six months • •-. .To Four months —• ,W Two months .. ... . .... ........35 Single copies .. .. •* t&~ Two dollars trill he charged vf not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, JULY 18,1901. . As to The Water-Works. There has*been little or no change in the situation regarding the water-works project during the: past week, although Iris oppo­ nents, or at least some of them, are honest enough to admit that Mayor Harris has thus far out-nnneurered and check-mated the promoters who have the matter in hand. Since the publication by The Advocate last week of the opinion of H. O. Fairchild as to the legal status of the question and the fact that the city's interests are not pro­ perly conserved and protec...

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 — 13 July 1901

T I I K A D V O C A T E . . H 7 L Y 1 3 . 1 9 ( 1 1 . The Advocatk. rUBGEON BAY, 8AT0BDA?. JUIA' 13.1901. BANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. fflcfal Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —The band will \"spiel\" on Cedar street (Saturday) evening. •Lpn Putman lost another horse within week, making three since last fall. •The Fats and the Leans are scheduled a contest at the ball park next Sunday 'ternoon. —The Leclair Bros, have opened a store the Hahn block and will handle a com- lete line of electrical supplies. —^-The It. P. Co's cannery had to shut 3wix Tuesday on account of some of the jas being too green, while others were too pe. •Following is the advertised letter list: iss Mollie Anderson, Lizzie Graf, H. L. awrence. Maggie Conley, D. L. Thorp, Joe Walker. \" —The city was headquarters Monday and aesday for a half score or more of strang- who had come on to bid for the new !hoolhouse.v •The pliisterers are already\" at work in interior of Chas. Greisen's new resi- ince, but...

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 — 13 July 1901

THE AOVOCATi:, JULY 13. 1901. SONG OF THE THERMOMETER They always kick., No matter what , I register— • It is \"too hot!\" A thousand times v • A day they bring This curse to me: \"Confound the tiling I\" Why do they look? , Why do thy a tare? Why do they pant? Why do they swear? My,ruleis this, lix warmth or freeze: I always aim And strive to please. Why, lots of times They're feeling fine : . Until they tee . lliis face of mine. • ••••:•\\\" And then they gasp: V'It'8 ninety now 1\" ,- Any wheeze, and pug. And mop the brow. , It Is my fault, . They always claim And on my head : They put the blame. When winter comes. i W ith ice and snow, • They look at me. And matter \"O!\" They stamp and swear Whene'er they see Me taking in ily mercury. And when it gets 'Way down the line. They rant again— The blame is mine. , Now, why is it • , I get the hooks, And'draw naught else • But angry looks! •Why depthey scoff, \" And glare and sneer. When I'm up there. Or'way-down here? To'tend to biz ...

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 — 13 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE, JULY 13, 1901. V Jfarirt mb ^omc. IilTTJLB CHIti»RE?f. ' BY Sltl9. St. A. KIDDEB. , '' No matter how bright and fair may be . This beautiful world of ours. Where the streamlets vie with the 'tinkling ' • • n i l s . • • • • ' ' ' And the dew with the summer showers, ' It would be a world of cloud and gloom Ifrobbed of childhood's joy and bloom. fin yonder glade—see! a little trojip Are singing their merriest song: While the robin warbles his sweetest note \" As he eyes the jubilant throng. •Children and birds! What a picture bright Set in a frame of emerald light. A little one stoops to pluck a flower' Low blossoming at her feet : Bow she loves the dainty, orderous thing! Like herself, though not so sweet. •Children and flowers 1 How the two agree, * ' Beautiful twain so fair to see I . , • The heart must be hard and cold, indeed \\ That will turn from a little dhild With its trusting ways, and its pleading .eyes. And its spirit undeflled And the house a lonely, barre...

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 — 13 July 1901

v imwwwrw«»wwwwrniMHnutnH»mn 1 & \\ . • : . v ADVOCATE. JULY 13. 1901. \" ' V - . / 'r:J\\vvX X V STRAW HATS from the country ouglit .to visiMs Jackson A very serious accident befel John Kracht Park, where the the. relics of the world's 0n the morning of the Fourth. He was fi»ir are collected and are to be seen ina 'trying to fire a salute when there was a pre- museum. mature discharge of the cannon and he was 'i V- ' e n: sris -r:. isfe! m's 85c hate in several styles {.{ - at' \"\" Boys' Straw Hats—several tandsi- have the finest line of CHINA DISHES we. want to dispose of at rock bottom prices. We are getting crowded for room and will give some great bargains on everything we have. SMITH-BASSFORD CO., John & Wm. Bassford, Props. 'UUUUUUUUMU ilillWliiililllHIHllliiliiiUm iniiiniiiiiiimiiijiiiiiii r - the Crowd to Wagener's.' Our Business as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali- ty in goods. You might just as well fool saw as to get any but the best dru...

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 — 20 July 1901

3 2600 COPIES is our guar- J J . ariteed, boraOfide circu- t latlon. Are you among the »• J number! If not, lose no time f 1 infctting there. $!.W pays ' J + foca whole year's subscrip- » tion. • ' • . J Historical Society , J I A#GE9T CIRCtXATJOS J J of any weekly newspaper J i ' imbtejherl in the state, out- » J side of MiJiranfcee. No pa- { 4 tent jnaides or plate matter » J used. ATI set up anel printed J at home.. . -- .. .- . j VOL. 40--N0. 15. STURGEON BAY, WIS.. SATURDAY, JULY 20. 1901. L.50 A YEAR. si LAKE MARINE NEWS, The Oreatest Combine of AIL A late issue of the Washington Post pub­ lishes a special dated Philadelphia which gives an outline of a combination ever great­ er than the steel trust, and which, if carried out, yrill very materially affect the shipping interests of the Great Lakes. The Post says: It is now said that the recent meeting of Messrs. Morgan, Griscom, Cassatt, and Hanna had behind it a greater deal than the one announced. ' This deal, it is ass...

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 — 20 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JULY 20. 1901. -THE HOMK-KOl/XI) HOST. 730io sound of a host advancing, \"Tramp 1 tramp! tramp! Under the winily flieker And flare of tho evening lamp. . 'WUnder the steady whiteness ' Of tile clear electric light, \"-\"\"iThe pound of an army inarching . Is in the streets tonight. Slot to the clamor of bugles, \"Horthestormy beat of drums, 'TJ^Dfrto the battle's tocsin, •Mnd jubilant army comes. • i ' ^sweetef musie summons And thrills along the line, : .Though each for himself may hear it k, And make to the next ho sign. \" vThe patter of tiny footfalls That run to an open door, '\"VffliVsaqther's tender singing. 1 Heratep on the nursery floor, \"S'The boyish shout of welcome, ' The girlish ripple of glee, i..At. the click in the guarded portal Of the home-bound father's key. This is the army's music : Cheerily calls good-night *.The merry voice of the comrade As ha passes out of sight - 3nto the heart of the household When the day's long work is done .And wife and b...

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 — 20 July 1901

/ •• f f THE ADVOCATE, JULY 20y 1901. BAFiDRIC'S IiADYE. . , ' Br EMSCA AtlOB BBOWXE. High in her gray, moon-lwunted tower, :/-• With gnsty shadows over blown All at the witching midnight hour. . The Ladye Hilda sits alone: She hears the ghostly winds, in flight, Beat at her gates: and eerily Vague murmurs, rising through the night. And hollow voices of the sea. ..' With restless hand she thrusts away -The ivj!,. creaking at the pane. And far across the plunging bay Scans the dim distances—in vain : Wild visions of the cloud and mist Flit down the arrowy rushing gale, \\ But, ah! she seeth not, I wist, The glimmer of a homeward sail. , . Far off, a wan hulk rocks and dips Where the rude billows surge and comb, Tossed with the wrecks of homeless ships Abnpl the wandering world of foam: V While ever, ever, evermore . Across the trackless waste of bnne. Through calm or tempest, as of yore, .Her windows, looking seaward, shine. • And evermore the summers wane, The rude north printers pa...

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 — 20 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JTFLY 20, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. Entered in Hit Pmtofflce at Sturgeon Bay, TVi»., at recond cJats mail tnatter. POBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ............. ... ..... Six months- - Four months • s Two months ........... . — -jjj Single copies .... ......... .05 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within tie year STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. JULY 30. -MM. EDITORIAL NOTES. A perfectly appointed farm of 400 acres for crops of all countries,is to be established at Washington to teach fanners. Between the years 1860 and 1882 more than 15,000,000 bison (buffalo) were killed within the limits of the United States. The number of deaths in Greater New York during the terrific heat from June 29th to July 13 is officially reported as 1,012. Beer has advanced from $75 to $150 a barrel up in Alaska, which makes the drink­ ing of that beverage quite prohibitive, as a glass retails at 50 cents. Garneg...

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 — 20 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JULY 20. 1901. THE ADVOCATE. 8TTJBGE0N BAY, SATURDAY. JULY 20,1901- FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. !0ffieial Papsr of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —The sidewalk on the west of the old court house block has bee.n relaid and put in good condition. —The following are the advertised: letters: Annie Hengardner, Charles Hasten, Mrs. Josephine Temple. —Arthur McKercher has his new furni­ ture store in running order, and he has one of the handsomest places to be' found on • the peninsula. ^ —The frame of Dr.: Sibree's hospital is up and work thereon is being /pushed for­ ward as rapidly as possible under the super, vision of F. D. Orandail. ': -N-r — —The Ladies Society of St. Joseph church will give a lawn party Tuesday af­ ternoon and evening at Mrs. Mullen's When ice cream will be served. • ' —The island mill was forced to shut down a part of Tuesday, the hot weather render­ ing it quite impossible for the men in the yard to bear up under the pressure. —M. Dohearty...

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 — 20 July 1901

THE ADVOCATE. JULY 20. LIIOL. THIS LAM) OP LiITXJLE PEOPLE. Far away, and yet so near us, lies a land where all have been. Played beside its sparkling waters, danced along its meadows gr&n Where the busy world we dwell in and its noises only seem . Like the echo of a tempest or the shadow of' a • dream: \\' And it grows not old forever, sweet and young it is today •Tis the Land of Little People, where the hap­ py children play.\" And the things they know and see there are so wonderful and- grand- Things that wiser folks and older cannot know nor understand In the woods they meet the fairies, find the giants in their caves: See the pala£6s of.clondland and' the mermen in the waves: \" Know \"what all the birdies sing of, hear the secrets of the flowers— Por the Land of Little People is another world thanourj. Once 'twas ours: 'tis ours no longer for when nursery time is o'er Through the Land of Little People we may wander nevermore Bnt we h6ar their merry. voices and we see the...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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