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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS.,: SEPTEMBER 17, 1898. ©he gUnmcafce. ' Entered in Uik PotUtfUce at Slvr'geon Say, HI*., at seeond-daffmatitnatta . PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATCTRDAY,. AT STUR- I GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES SUBSCRIPTION. - One year........... ..$1.50 Six' months. 75 Ityur months...... ...... .50 Two months.... .. .S5 Single ooplea.........—..................... .05 Two. domain will be charged If not paid Within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 17, 1898. POLITICAL POINTERS. It Is rumored that our own and only Gideon will \"be offered up as a sacrifice on the Demo* cratlc altar for^tate senator at the convention which Is being held in the city today. The Republican convention In Kewaunee county will not be held uqtll October 23d, Which allows only sixteen (nil days before the election. This occurs on Tuesday,' November 8th, this year. Bobt. M. LaFollette has signified his inten­ tion of coming to this city during the ensuing campaign and ma...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STOBGEOK BAT, WIS., SEPTEMBER 17, 1898 V7 STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, SEPT. 17. i FRANK LOMA, Editor and Proprietor. SHORT TAKES, : —The work on Capt. Anger's new residence to being rushed and it will be ready for occu­ pancy within the contracted time. —Teweles & Brandeis on Tuesday sent out 2,000 sacks of peas, wheat and rye, and busi­ ness is fairly booming with these gentlemen. • —The members of the University Club are requested to meet at M. E. Lawrence's resi­ dence on Monday evening next at 8 o'clock sharp. ^ —There Is only about twelve hours of day­ light now, and the time is growing less every day. On Buch days as Wednesday it is still shorter.: —The common council adjourned until the 27th Inst., at which time gome matters that came before that body last week will be fin­ ished up. . ... —AUtheLombardy poplars have been re­ moved from Bayside cemetery, and a wonder­ ful change for the better in the surroundings is apparent. • —Bert Scofleld is having a ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STUKGEON BAlf, WIS., SEPTEMBEK 17, 1898. Ho Oot His IHiistard. It was in the army. The boys had,a ' meal of beef that had been corned by a bath In a salt-horse barrel. It was quite a treat. They all thought so until'one of the party remarked: \"A little mustard wouldn't go bad.\" That reminds me,\" said another. \" You just wait a few minutes.\" A quarter of an hour later he returned and producing a screw of paper, he said: \" Oh, yes here's that mustard.\" \" Where did you get it t\" Said the others . in chorus. \" Up at the surgeon's. The sick call, you'remember, sounded as we were talk­ ing about the mustard. It occurred to me that a. little mustard for my lame back would be just the thing.\" \" But you haven't got any lame back.\" \"But I have got the mustard.\" An Automatic Fog-Bell. Some years ago there was at Race Point, Cape Cod, an ingenious automatic fog-bell. The bell was under cover, but projecting from the house was a long, nicely balanc­ ed lever with a...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 September 1898

£&\" • •J 1 THE ADVOCATE, STUKGEON BAY, [WIS., SEPTEMBER 17, 1898. DRY QOOD8, &ROOERIES, BTO. |: e, n. hnderson, '' • • CKAXiKB XH ' - ' '' D*y Qoods, Groceries, . AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BAT VIBW. WIS. A loll assortment of all goods In my line al- • Ways on hand, at Prices as low as at any store In Door county. . • Agent for the White $tar Line of Steamers V. A O. MASHEK. F.XASHXB* O.MASHM. TbeV.&C. MASHEK CO., Dealers In Dry/ Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. Also Manufacturers of and Dealers in Lumber, Shingles, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Etc. Store and mill located at WMteflsh Bar. Here at Whltefish Bay and Lily Bay. The highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest products de­ livered at the piers. Communication with all parts by telephone. PRANK 3HIMMEL. Columbus' LABOR Proved Good Fruit. When Columbus set out to discover America his aim was uncertain where to land. But when We set out to draw the trade we make our prices sure to land* FRANK JTSUIMMEL, TH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 September 1898

lpg \\ ABOUND THE COUNTY XBFASTOFOL. Fr, Ulrlch went to Qreeu Bay Tuesday re­ turning hero Wednesday evening. He was called there on church much matters. GustavSeldemann Is now snarly ensconced In his new residence, the structure baVing been completed about two weeks ago. Leonard Meyer on Thursday went to Green Bay to enter « hospital for the benefit of his health, which has' become very much Im­ paired. 'i Mrs. Fred. I. Schuyler 1s suffering from some affection pt the lungs, and she will soon leave for her old home down In Illinois for a .change of air and scenes. A'telephone at fiassford's corners and an other, at John Weltermenn's would be just the thing, and it cannot be established any too soon lo suit the community. ' .Dennis A. Vroman has taken charge of the Win. Voeks farm. The latter will continue to Improve his property until he has one of the finest places In the county. All the schools except In the Zettel, Bass- ford and Maple's districts are now. In tanning order. T...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 September 1898

SPPPLEMEST---THE ADVOCATE,. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 17,1898. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, SEPT. 17. 1893 THE MINISTRT OF TEARS. 5Iy child, I see the summer sun • ! Has left Its glow within thine eyes. And o'er thy lips its colors run • And o'er thy cheeks its crimson flies. The summer'sglow but made, thee fair And left its glories in thy hair. The chequered autumn strewed the way With wealtu of beauty at thy feet. . .Earth's shadows seemed,'tiu mirthful play, •Toglvea languor still more sweet. The dying roses lent thy face A rich bloom, a rarer grace. ' The winter windvthe falling snow, But make for thee a background sweet, - The flakes melt \"where thy roses glow, - Thy rlhgle s dance where breezes beat. , Thy beauty hath an added glow As snow flowers gleam beside the snow. But O, my child, these selfsame years That make thy beauty still more fair. They channel deep my cheeks with tears And steal th\"e, luster from my hair. The sun which gives thee added graoe leaves shadows on my...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE lea high grade FAMILY JOURNAI* V CIRCULATION 2,200 Copies Weekly. distort Society ' THI8 PAPER var.s NEITHER Patent Sheets nor Plate Matter, ALL Horn? PRINT. Established In 1862. ®l.BO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 37--NO. 23. STURGEOfi BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. $1.50 A YEAR. [LAKE MARINE! The Colorado Strands. The season for marlnfe disasters has opened and a score of causalities are reported from different lake points.. A heavy fog and NW gale of wind'of Saturday, Sunday and Mon­ day results disasterously to six vessels. The steamer Colorado, flour laden, and bound down' Lake Superior, stranded on a reef off Eagle Harbor Monday night. The Colorado lies In one of the most exposed and 'dangerous positions on Lake Superior and the probabilities are that she is a total loss to­ gether with her cargo. Tugs have been sent to her assistance. The Colorado was built at Bnffalo In '67. The .flour cargo is valued at about $30,000. Both cargo and vessel are insured....

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGKON BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 24, 1898 V- (Jarm, dardcn & Jouacltold. lMDE-ASD-SKEK It was behind a bush or a shady hedge, ' Or under a soft Imymow. Or snugly away In tho wood's dark edge— - It was any where, any how, •That we merrily played at hide and seek, Near tho farm-bouso gray and Old, Bell and I. lu the years eono by?- • in the childhood's days of gold. Bright wore the eyes that peeped and peeped, Each hidiiis-plaoo to Ruess, . And loving tho young, (ray hearts that leaped, In ourInno-ent, soft caress - Andsvreetwas the Iovo we plighted there. As children often sp'eak, . When we wandered baok to the farm-house Ola, Wearied of hide-and-seek I met her again but yesterday- is. rich man's stately bride We smiled and talked In a formal way-1 Her husband by her side. But whenever I strove, by the subtlest art. To know If her life was sweet— If content was hers, and happiness— \" Sly glance she dared not meet. Or she foiled me with a witty speech, Or a merry inter...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. MEDICAL. AND ITS ^Cra® 'TO THE EDITOR:—I have an absolute . remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured. So proof-positive am I of its power that I. consider it my duly to send two bottles free to those of your readers who haveConsumption,Throat, Bronchial or Lung Trouble, if they will write me their exoress and postoflice address. Sincerely, T.'A. SLOCOM, It C., 183 Pearl St., Hew Tori. 'WT The Editorial and Business Management ot thia Pasor Gnar&atee this conarpua Proposition* ' )mmm $ard8. . HOTELS. HOUSE, • UNC. KRSKINE, Proprietor, JACKSONPOET, ' - - - - WIS. • . The publiols invited to give me a trial. . { B AY VIEW. HOUSE, JOHN QOETTELMANN, Proprietor, - BAT VIEW. /, •• -\"V-. :- 'wis.. t»-Thls is one of the Best HousesOn the :en tire peninsula. EST'.Algo a first class Livery Sta­ ble connected -with the hoBSemttivers ana rig» at all hours of the day and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE, BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 24, 1898.: ©he gUmurote. JUntertd in the PottoJfUx at Sturgeon Say, Wit., u tecond-dastmttilmatter. PUBUSHKD EVERY SATURDAY AT 8TUR- • - QEON BAY. WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year- •'•*AM Six months. —— •• ••— -J®. Four months .• •••• -w ' Two months . .«» Blnglo ooploa —......... ,05 BP-Two dollars will be oharjjed If iiot paid Within the year. STURGEON BAT. SATURDAY. SEPT. 24. 1898. POLlTlCAIi POINTERS. The man who.wants a 40 cent dollar should vote for Sheridan the free silver candidate tor congress, The man who prefers ^a dollar al­ ways worth 100 cents, should vote against him. i At one time in 1898 the,ROld reserve In' the Doited States treasury, through fear of free coinage, dwindled to $44,563,493. It Is now - over $206,000,000, thanks to the confidence re­ stored by the Kepublican financial policy. During the first seven months of this year our manufactured exports aggregated $179,- 834,867 as c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STPBGEOOAY, WIS, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. ^btwrote. 8TOBGEON BAY. SATURDAY, 8BFT. S4. 1898 FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, SHORT TAKES. —Under the new law governing elections ' voters must be registered, bnt the llit need not be published. v —The University Club will meet with Mrs. Beckwith on Monday evening next and' take npflrstleB8onlnNo.il.' ,, 1 —The following is the advertised letter list: Miss Katie Breuss, Mrs. J. H. Attefberry, Mr. Joseph Wheless, Mr. W. P. Stone. —The C. E. society of the Congregational church will give a sociable at the residence of Mr* and Mrs. Geo.-Wilson on Friday evening, Sept. 30th. i —A. Hamacek this week received another dynamo, which will be utilized in c^Bes of an .emergency, such as arises every'once In a ' while In an electric lighting plant.: i ' —There will be .Holy Communion at the Episcopal church next Sunday at 7:30 a. m and at 10:80 si. m. Evening services at 7:30 p. m. Rev. H. W.Blackman officiating. —There will be no preachi...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

jffis r n,~ ] p\" \\ * ,K THE ADVOCATE, STUR&EON BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. • No Room For Htm. The late .Tames G. Blaine said to have related, the following story to a coterie of friends while . crossing from America to Europe: \"A. few years. ago I attended a perfor­ mance of 'Faust' at a Dublin theater. In ' the third act of Faust, the lost is dragged down into the infernal regions in a blaze of fire. On this occasion the actor imper­ sonating Paust was an abnormally large ? man, and the trapdoor of the stage an un­ usually small one. At the proper time the door separated and a volume of blue and red flame burst forth. Paust was seen dragged by a hiddeu power struggling through the opening. His legs went first, and he proceeded -as-far as his waist. Here be stuck. Those underneath tried to pull him' through while he endeavored to get out. .He could move neither way, his'port­ ly bwiy .completely filling the aperture. There was an embarrassing pause. The audience was as...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY WIS., SF.PTKMBKR 24, 1898. DRY GOOD8. GROCERIES. 8TO. E, N. HNDERSON, DIAU5B IF Dry Qoods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, * BAY VIEW. WIS. A full assortment of all goods lnmy line al­ ways on hand, at Prices as low as at any store m noor county. • Agent for the White Star Line of Steamers V. & O. MASHBK. Tbe T. & C. MASHEK CO., Dealers ID Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. Also Manufacturers of and Dealers 16 lumber, Shingles, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Etc. : fetor© and mill located at Whlteflsh Bay. Piers at Wbiteflsh Bay and Lily Bay. Tbe highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest products de­ livered at tbe piers. Communication with all parts by telephone. FRANK 8HIMMEL. Columbus' LABOR Proved I Good Fruit. When Columbus set out to discover America his aim was uncertain where to land.( But when we set out to draw the trade we make our prices sure to land. FRANK 'jTsilIMMKL, THE GROCER. M. COCHEMS. 'Farmers' Q?eap Store.' M. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

T1IE ADVOCATE, STCRGEOJi BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 21, 1898. SMITH. BAS8FORD OO. CAPES JACKETS The question is •\"'Where to' purchase your fall Capes and Jackets for Ladiea1' Looking over our stock will soon answer you. . . Doz. All Wool Jackefe,v worth $3.25 at... .....$2.79 }4 Doz. All Wool Jackets ('.worth.$S.50 at .-..$2.99 14 Doz. All Wool Jackets wor.th $4.00 at......... $3.29 Doz. All Wool Jackets worth $4.75 at....,......,...'....$4.29 14 Doz. All Wool Jackets worth $5.00 at... ..........$4,29 14 Doz. All Wool Children's Jackets worth $3v50 at /................ $2.29 ( % Doz. All Wool Children's Jackets worth $3,75 at....... i $3.00 • If you are looking for an UP TO DATE HAT pall and get one of ours for 49C ivortli 75c. H. E. TANNER. I The talk of the town is.... H. E. TANNER'S made from Pure /ERSE Y CREAM. •1AOOB NOLL. UNRIVALLED. DISPLAY OF FALL AND WIN­ TER MILLINERY. * •\" The better the grade, the better the trade,'' and t A. that's why so m any people : f look to us with c...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 September 1898

SUFPLEMENMHE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BA, WI&, SEPTEMbER 24, 185)8. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, 8EPT. 24 '.FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. ISf THE TWILIGHT. Ah. my love, do you remember • That bright evening In September? • Hot aoloudor shadow, even, marred the azure . v • of the sky, As we strolled along together. Ia that glorious autumn weather. Laughing, ohatting, gay and care-free, like young ctii'dren. you and I— . j, , - Where the. golden rod swung glowing. As the south wind, gently blowing. Stirred and shook in radiant showers the bright leaves from overhead, -And the \" frost grapes \" hung a swinging, Soft the woodland birds were singing. From among the tangled hazels and the sumacs bright and red. • Low we breathed the old. old story -Mid the sunset's dying glory- That sweet story that W88 whiso'ered when this - r gray old world was young Till from measureless heights of Even All the starry lamps of Heaven. , Vailed In rosy mists of twilight, their soft radl- anoe o'er us flu...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE ia a high grade FAMILY JOURNAL. CIRCULATION 2,200 Copies Weekly. THIS PAPER 1 . 1 . , t?si® jntiTKra . Patent Sheets nor Plate Matte#. AM. HOME PBINT. Established In 1882., SI.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 37--N0. 25. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1898. 1.50 A ILAKE MARINE.! Only a Blackened Ball. • The tog, Irma Wheeler has reached Manistee from the Manltous with the iron hnll of the . burned eldewheel steamer Queen ot the Lakes. Not a vestige of woodwork remains, only the blacbened Iron hull, machinery and boiler. Will Sue for Damages. Captain O. E. Larson, of Chicago, owner and master of the schooner J. H. Mead, will ' begin proceedings shortly against the steamer Kalkaska to recover damages for loss sustain­ ed by his vessel going ashore. Captain\" Lar­ son will endeavor to prove negligence in the towing steamer. The Kalkaska had the Mead and Mediator In tow when they went ashore recently. Borind for Salt Water. Lake vesselmeh at Cleveland are carrying ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

.X:' THE ADVOCATE, STUKGfcON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 1, 1898. Jitra, (Gterfa St tWO SCORE AND EIGHT. The eoldcn clorlos of the Betting sun , • Had softened to the rosy afterglow Of autumn iVillglit, while alone she Sit. In oalm content—alone, yet hot alone, , • • And wondered. \" Had it really grown so later' \"The Unca have fallen to me In pleasant ways— Mymatty years sit llahtly on my ueart,\" She said, \"if I am truly forty-eight 1\" • , \" I Bee like on© who has left far behind The restless strlfc..and toll of early morn! The passions and the bitterness of noon. And all the disappointments of the day, Have vtniUOied in the restful joy ot faith, Which fills m7 soul at forty eight 1 \"Not that 1 count my day's work done, Kor like the mothers who do moBt at night, (Their darling \"tie ones-tucked safe In bed) I'm hoping to make much of evening light! So many days were lost in ohlldish dreams. So many more In heartaches and in vain regrets. And X have grown so young .through years ot (T...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEOS BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 1, 1898. JWEDIOAL. from tWWoeraato/ Prof. \"W. TL Peeke, who makes a specialty of •Epilepsy, has •without doubt treated and car* ed more cases than any | living Physician hfe | success is astonishing. We have heard of cases of 20. years' standing cured by him. Ha I publlshesa valuablo work on this dis­ ease,-which he sends h a large bot­ tle of his absolute cure, free to any.sufferera who may Bend their P. O and Express address. - We advise any one wisUinir a cure to address eta&W, H. PEEKE, F. V., 4 Cedar St., HewYorfc toataa |arto. HOTELS. JgJTJKEKA HOUSE, LINC. ERSKINE, Proprietor. . JACKSONPOBT, - - - - WIS The public is Invited to give me a trial. B Ax VIEW HOUSE, JOHN QQETTELMANN, Proprietor, . BAT VIEW, - - - - W18. I^This I s one of the Best Houses oa the en tire peninsula. Hf~Alao.a first class Livery Sta­ ble connected with the house. Drivers and rlgc at all hours of the day and night. Telephone. , IN THE MOOSIJGHT. _ knelt ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

TOE ADVOCATE, STUKGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 1, 1898. f Jlfctrocaie. • Entered in tlusRxUtfice at Sturgeon Say, HI#., at second-dan rnatl maittr. PUBLISHED' EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year— —11.60 81x months. .5 Four months ... . .60 Tvfo months .85 Single ooples— ... ,0B jar-Two dollars will be chiu-gea it not paid Within the year. 8TORQEON BAY. SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1898 We Point WUh Pride. In fbe Rood old days when the assembling of a Republican convention^ was a bom pre­ lude to the election of everyone of the candi­ dates nomtnatedDy It tbe burden of the party platform invariably was, \"We point with pride.\" The . Democratic platform, which then invariably was a discordant overture to an opera of discomfiture, was as heavily, bur­ dened with \"We view wlth'alarm.\" Never has the Republican party had better - . occasion of pride in its achievements than now. As wo have cause for pride, let us \"point with pr...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 October 1898

STOBGEON BAT, SAT0BDAY. OCT, 1, FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. SHORT TAKES. —H. J. Gottechalk bas something of inter­ est to farmers and others In today's paper. —The following is the advertised letter list: lira. Bernard Anderson, Mr. Chas. B. Beach, ' Mnji.: Hakes, Charley Morgan, Hon. 8. R. Webster. —C. F. Overholt will establish a first class . steam laundry here and he expects to have It In running order by Monday. It will be lo . cated in the Wm. Drumb building north of J. R. Mann's. —The Marquette Hall and Library Associa­ tion was orguilzed in this city this week un­ der the laws of the state. The incorporators are Rev. A. Broens, Wm. Barnhardt, Marcus : Moeller, Jos. Bergeron and Peter Simon. —There will be only evening services In the Episcopal church next Sunday, Rev. D. D. Ameson, of Jacksonport, officiating. Rev. H. W. Blackman Is filling the vacancy caused by Dr. Gardner's going to Washington, D. C. —An electric storm of wide proportions passed over this region ...

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