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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STUkGiiON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 15, 1898, Still going oil with our As it is a de- , we will con- for the balance th. , Below a few extra low prices' 37c OSc worth 45c Wool Hose, 50c, at. FUeced-lined worth 30c at FALK&BUOHAN. To Remember Some things. One Is Buy Your AT Falk & Buehan. JAOOB NOLL. UNRIVALLED DISPLAY OF FALL AND WIN­ TER MILLINERY. ' ' The better the grade, the better the trade,\" and that's why so many people look to us with confidence for newness, orginality, variety and best assortment in every thing that goes to fill this line. , We show as considerate a regard for your pocket book as we do for your ap pearance. JSJo compulsion to buy. Our invitation is cordial one. JHGOB NOLL STILES ft OO. 51?e odors from We guarantee all pur perfumes to be striptly first-class and we will gladly refund money to any who are dis- ST1LES&CO, OLD RELIABLE CORNER DRUG STORE, LOUIS REICHEL. Eye Defects In the School Room. * The greater per cent, of eye trouble i...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 October 1898

SUPPLEMENT—THE -ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIS:, OCTOBER 15^1898 'i ®Jte ,§Unxacate. STURGEON BAY. SATUBDAY. OCT. 15 , FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. LIKE GHOSTS OFSUMMEK'S JBBAD. Llkegtaosta of summer's dead, 1 hear tbem ^vhisptjrlng to rue. The sere leaves that the blast With trembling sigh brines near The Voice of bright days fled Sounds through the sllenoe gloomy, . To tell of joys that past And left their memories here. Weloome. with gentle totfct), 0 genii friend whose power Can soothe the dreamer's heart And dnil^its pulse of pain. When sad. and grieving much. It longs for some lost hour ' With wh'oh it wept to part And ne'er can find-again. Bring me the mnrm'rous song Of lake and brook and river. And the south wiod's gentle sighs In the tall tops of the trees. And the sunlight ling'rlng long. And the dewy gras* a quiver. And oh, the gray burnt eyes That are lovelier than these. For my heart ,1s like the night— Full of tears and lonely voices- Audi would that I could pass ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE is a high grade FAMILY JOURNAL. \" CIRCULATION 2,200 Copies ' Weekly* Sts TH»a PAPER / cats xKmnta • Patent Sheets nor Plate Matter. • ALL IIOfflE PRINT. 1 Established . In 1862. •1.BO A YEAH IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 37--N0. 28. STUBGEON BAY, WIS. OCTOBER 22, 1898, $1.50 A YEAR. [LAKE MARINE.! Ber mainsail Torn. . The schooner Ellda, en route to Horseshoe Bay for a wood cargo for Milwaukee had her mainsail badly spilt In the heavy southerly blow Sunday morning. The accident hap- ' pened off Kewaunee at 8 o'clock In the morn­ ing and It was with difficulty that Captain Chrlstenson succeeded in fetching the canal Repairs Were made in port the day following. f Were Hungry Tlint's All. A dispatch troth Kewaunee dated Monday says last evening the llfesavlne crew here went to the carfert-y. barge anchored on the north sfde of Two Rivers point/which showed . signals of distress. They went by wagon, be­ ing unable to row there against the heavy sea and wind so great a distance. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

.'PS I : THE ADVOCATE, STUKGJiON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 22, 1898. ^ ' GONE. For thee no more the Bun shall shine. Nor shadows overcast thy skies Henoeforth for thee no earthly'Bcenes Shall meet with joy or grieve thine eyes.' , The Autumn leaves now falling fast About our lonely farm house door Lie low, they miss thy tuneful voice— Thou'lt sing their praises nevermore. They nave the firstlings of their store To lay upon thy silent breast: What wonder, then, they lie so low, : And mourn the one wno loved them best. The wild birds, that thou knew so well, A theme forever new to thee Sing low. and sad. with wings adroop. , Deep hidden In thy loved \" oak tree.\" The flowering vines about thy poroh,\" That met each morn thy tenoer faoe, : Seem grieving for the loving hands - They gave their sweetest buds to graoe. , But more than birds, or flowers, express,. Sly heart ories out for thee • But no glad answering voice .1 hear, : ? , No welcoming smile I see That gentle, matchless, mother's sm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STORGKOH BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 22, 1898. MBDIOAL . AOT I*s rcxnm '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 duty to send too dottles freetothose of your refers who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or Lung Trouble, iP they will write me thair express and postoffice address. Sincerely, T.'K. S10CUW# M. C* .183 Pearl St., Hew York. •$gr\" The Editorial and Bosinees Management ot _ - t\"'* Paser Guarantee this generous Proposition* \\mmtm FARD8. HOTELS. HOTTSE, ' UNC. ERSKINE, Proprietor. ' JAOKSONPOKT, -.I-.' 'I. '. The publio is Invited to-give me,atrial. •JGAY VXBW HOUSE, ' JOHN QOETTELMANN, Proprietor, BAY VIBW. - W^S. • ' ^\"Thlslsoneof the Best Houses on -the en tin peninsula. HKTAIBO a first ol»»s Livery 8ta We oonneoted with the honse. Drivers ana ligt at all hoars of the day and nlRfct. Telephone. ATTORNEYS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

THES^CilE, BAt, WIS, OCTOBER 22, 1898. Entered in Die Pwtoffice at Sttfrgeon Bay, Wit., at teooruiclafs nutii matter.. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUB- GKON BAY,. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor, BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. ..1.1 •One year..... Sis months. .«• Four months ... ... . .60 Two months.... • -••• .23 Single copies....— ....J\" :.i. .06 E^~Two dollars will be chat-Red If not paid within the tear. • STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 88, 1896, REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. STATE TICKET. Lieutenant Governor— JESSIE STONE, Jefferson. Secretary of State— \\VM. H. FROEHLICH, Washington. State Treasurer— JAS. O. DAVIDSON, Crawford. Attorney General— EMMET R, HICKS, Winnebago. State Superintendent— L. D. HARVEY, Milwaukee. Railroad Commissioner— GRAHAM L. RICE, Bayfield. Insurance Commissioner— EM1L GILJOHANN, Milwaukee. For Member of Congress—8th Distriot- EDWARD S. MINOR, Door. For State Senator-Ist District— D. W. STEBHINS, Kewadnee. COUNTY TICKET. Member of Assembly— HENRY OVERBECK, Stu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

THE ADYOCATK, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 22, im. mi ®Jtc ^Urtmcate. STDBGEON BAT, SATURDAY. OCT. 22. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. S^ORT TAKES. • We have heard noone around here com- : plaining about tbe scarcity of rata water for Xepme.Wme|Mt. -v i. —The following*ls the advertised letter list: Christina Peterson, Capt, J. Wilson, Robert Machla, Care Star. Rudolph. —'The- Epworth League will give a phono­ graph social at Sept.- Stephenson's Friday OTenlnjt, the 28th. Every ono Invited. • . —The Fropsom brothers are building the foundation for Wra. B. Cheeaeman's new res­ idence. It .will be 38x52 and nine feet high.. —A little gtrl belonging to Jos. Cosack, an Aiistflan residing oa. Court street, died the first of the weekwjthwhat was pronounced typhoid fever. —The.material for the side track at Forest- vlile wfcete an' elevator Is now In process of building was sent out there from here Wed­ nesday by rail.' ' ' —Lumbermen complain of a scarcity of men In the pineries, wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 22, 1898. Don't Know Coto. A little knot of men got into a disputo / iaDeadwood regarding some of th'e an-. ' cients. A part of the crowd held that Ca- ' to was a great poet,1 while others asserted that he was an orator, and it was Anally agreed to leave it to the grocer around the -corner who was supposed to be well'post- ' ed on most all matters. The crowd there­ fore proceeded to his store in a body, and . the spokesman brusquely queried \"Say, Jim, can you settle a dispute?\" Yes, sir,\" was the prompt reply.- \" Well, then, what was Catos best hold r , : ~ \"Cato—Cato—hold on a minute,\" re­ plied Jim. as he started for his desk. He opened his ledger, ran down the index to \"0\" glanced over the names and then re- rurned and said: . \" Don't find him here on my books, and I reckon he was some scrub who jumped in here awhile, got down to roots and then took the cross cut for Gunnison. Did he . go through any of jou 1\" One Minute Cough...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

:!•: THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 22, 1898. :DRY QOOD3. QROOERIE8, STO. E. N. HNDERSON. •: ''$J , I DIIXXB n» Jjry Goods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, S: BAT VIEW. WI8. full assortment of all roods In my line al­ ways on hand, at Prices as low as at any store In Door county. Agent for the White Star Line of Steamers V . A O . M A S H E K . V.MASHXJI. He V. & C. MASHEK CO., Sealers In - ' Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. . Also Manufacturers of anil Dealers In losiber, ^iiit^est- Ties, , • Storeand mill looated at Whlteflsh Bay. Mere : atWhlteflsh Bay and LUy Bay. The highest mar­ ket Price paid for all kinds of forest produots de­ livered at the piers. Communication with all parte by telephone. FRANK 8HIMMEL. Columbus' LABOR Preyed Good Fruit. When Columbus set out to discover America his &im was uncertain whdre to land.. » But when wesetoutto draw - ' the trade we make our prices sure to land. FRANK jTSHIMMEL, : THE CROCER. FOR SALE. T AND FOB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STDKGEON BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 22, 1898. SMITH, BA88FORD OO. Still going on with our SALE. As it is a de­ cided success we will con­ tinue it for the balance of this month. Below we quote you a few extra low prices: \" •. '' 2 doz. Outing Flannel Skirts, worth 50c, at .... 5 doz. Ladies' Wool Hose, just received, worth 4.5c,. 3 doz. Ladies' Wool Hose, wdrth 50c, at 5 doz. Ladies' Flleced-lined Hose, worth 30c at..... . FALK & BUOHAN. IT PAYS To Remember Some things. One Is Buy Your FLOUR AT THE FEEDSTORE. Falk & Buehan. JACOB NOLL. UNRIVALLED DISPLAY OF FALL AND WIN­ TER MILLINERY. \" The better the grade, the better'the trade,\" and that's why so many people look to us with confidence for newness, orginallty,Variety and best assortment in every­ thing that goes to fill this line. • • We show as considerate a regard for your popket- book as we do for your ap­ pearance. No compulsion to buy. Gur invitation is \" 4 cordial one. JHGOB NOLL H. E. TANNER. H. E. TA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 October 1898

, • \" ' ' •Mm. ' v SPPPLEMENT—THE AWOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 22, 189k • THE CROSS. , Heavier the cross, the nearer heaven No cross without, no God within I Death, judgment irom the heart are driven, Amid tbe world's false glare and din. : Oh. happy be. with all his loss. Whom Cud hathset beneath the cross. Heavier the cross the stronger faith : The loaded palm strikes deeper root Th» vlne-julce sweetly Issnetb When n n have passed the clustered fruit. And courage grows where dangers oome. Like pearls beneath the salt sea foam. Heavier the oross, the more aspiring From vales we climb to mouutaln crest ' The pilgrim of the desert tiring. Longs for the Canaan of hlsrest. The dove has no rest in sight • And to the ark she wings her flight. Though oruolfied the Cross I oarry. The longer, may ft dearly be And lest I faint while here I tarry, , Implant tbonsuoh a heart in me That faith, hope, love may flourish there Till for the cross my crown I Wear. JOURNALISTIC AMENITIES. So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE 1 la a high grade fAMILV JOURNAL. c ?Y CIRCULATION 2,20O. Copies Weekly. Hfistoricn! Soafety, TH»S PAPER tstancrtris , Patent Sheets not Plate Matter, AUi ROIItK PKINT. Established In 1862. S1.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 37—JiO. 29.. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATL'HDAY, OCTOBER 29,1898. 1.50 A YEAR. I LAKE MARINE.! ^iMnitnHintitiiintttmumuunuiiuui ' Low oftho Seliooner Anule Sail. ' The' main staysail i schooner Annie Dall, whicfe dragged her anchor and went on the beach at Jacksonport shortly after midnight on Monday .ot last week is no more, having waterlogged, capsized and drove ashore, be­ tween 2 and 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon'dur­ ing the heavy southerly blow and sea ot that day, after having flret been floated. The ves­ sel lias been abandoned as a total wreck and lies on ttie beach just to the south'Ard of the piers at Jacksonport. . Capt. Thos. Christenson, master and man- aging owner of- the Dall, called at the ADVO­ CATE office on Tuesday, and told the story ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

THE » STURGEON BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 29, 18 98. KETROSIVECTIO!? Down the dim Mid distant vistas. Of the happy bygone years Baofc through days of purple shadow, ... Days baptised with bitter tears. Threofch the joyouB, golden sunshine. Of oar early happy day ' With the faithful glass of memory. Dearest Daisey, I now Raze. Fragrant memories come o'er me. * Of tboohprlshed friends of yore ° - Some, \" thank God,\" are left who love us. Some are on the farther shore. How tho winning, smiling future. Called us on with silvery tongue 'And our hearts leapt up responsive,' When we both were free and young. Thus the yeats that promised jrieasore, --Swiftly come and swiftly depart, Taking from us many a treasure. Leaving many a cruel smart Leaving lines upon our foreheads. That were once s D smooth anlifqtr 1 On our cheefcB, but faded roses, . Frosts of winter on our hair. Ah: we little dreamed, dear Daisey, We should drift so far apart When we lived a twin existence, , When we loved with hear...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

THE: ADVOCATE, STURGEON Ui, WIS., OCTOBER 29, 1898. ,^'.1 v •• . p - MBPIOAU • tVom U&JonntaX of 3Ttd{c%$$ Prof. W. H. Peeke, -who makes a specialty of Epilepsy, has -without doubt treated and cor­ ed more cases than any I living Physician his I success is astonishing. We have heard of cases of ao gears' standing ^ cored by him. Ho pubiishesa valuable work on | this dis. ease,-which he senda ^wlth a tie of Ms absolute cure, free to an^ sufferers .Whomay send their P. O. and Express address. We advise any one wishing a cure to address BrotW. H. FEEKE, F.4 Cedar St, Sew York Susimss |ank ETTBEKA HOUSE, • V UHC. BRSK1NB, Proprietor. • JACKSONPORT, - - : . Vis ' The public la invited to give me a trial. JJAX VIEW ..HOUSE, . - JOHN QOBTTELMANN, Proprietor, BATVXBW, - - - - WIS. . W\"Thls Is one of the Best Homes OH the en tire peninsula. Hff~Alao a first class Livery ata Die connected with the house. Drivers ana r!g» at all hours of the day and night. Telephone. ATTORNEYS. jj P. CO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

.THorn'ocA-re, , TO, OCTOBER 29, 1898. 7 . I ***** ©he^btracftte. Entered in the Fwtoflct at Stvrgem Bay, TH*., u /* teamd-flats mall matter. AY AT 8TUR- PUBLISHED B Y SAT GE®N BAY, FRANK LON ir and Proprietor. ' , RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION* r Olio year- ... -9 tBO Six months. Pour months ••• -go Two months... Blnglb copies..—»...v ••Â«•••• •Â» B^-Two dollars will be ohar(jed if not paid within the year. ' STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. OCT.29, 1898. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. STATE TICKET. Lieutenant Governor— JESSIE STONE. Jefferson. Secretary of State— WU. D. FROEHLICH, Washington. State Treasurer— JAS. O. DAVIDSON, Crawford. Attorney General— EMMET R. HICKS,\" Winnebago. State Superintendent— L. D. HARVEY Milwaukee. Railroad Commissioner— GRAHAM L. RICE, Bayfield. Insurance Commissioner— EMIL QILJOHANN, Milwaukee. For Member of Congress—8th District— EDWARD S. MINOR, Door. For State Senptor-lst District— D. W. STEBBINS, Kewaunee. COUNTY TICKET. Member of Assembly— HENRY OVERBECK, Sturgeon Bay...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STCRGEOR BAT, WIS., OCTOBKR 29, 1898. ^trotrcate. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, OCT. 28. 1898. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. SHORT TAKES. —The late Mr. Hay has a $4,500 We policy In the Northwestern of Milwaukee. —The following 1b the advertised letter list: Fred Abraham? Fred Magle, John Wurzerj —Two carloads of live stock were shipped south Monday afternoon. One comprised sheep. ' y —From what can he learned the cold snap did bnt little damage to the potatoes still re­ maining tuidug. ' —The ground froze hard enough Wednes­ day to hear the weight of .a maa .on the fol­ lowing morning. —The demand for to men work in the lum­ ber and cedar woods continues unabated, the cry being for more. •: —The frame of W. 8. Reynolds' new resi­ dence, is up. and enclosed, and the owner ex­ pects to occupy It by the end of nest month. —The Messrs. Fairchild have, leased the Washburn elevator and are buying all kinds of grain and' farm produce, Including pota­ toes. —Q. W. Marsh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

THE ADVOCATE, BAY, WIS, OCTOBER 29, 1838. A Tough flat Slorjr. A naval officer says: I have always felt some ' regard for a rat since my cruise in the. Constellation. We were fitting for sea at Norfolk, and staking in water and provisions a plunk was resting on the sill ofoneorthe ports which communicated •with the wharf. On a bright moonlight evening we discovered two rats on the plank coming into the ship. The fore­ most was leading the other by a straw, one end of which each held in his mouth. We managed to capture them both, and found, to our surprise, that the one led by the other was stone blind. Bis faithful friend was trying to get him on board where lie would have, comfortable quarters during a three years'cruise. We felt no. disposi­ tion to kill either, and landed them on the wharf. How many there are In this world to whom the fidelity of .that rat readeth a lesson I • De Witt's Witch Hazel 8alve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world. This fact and its merits h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

THE ADVOCiSTE, STDKGtON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 29, 1898. DRY aooos, GROCERIES. BTO. E. N. KNDERSON. DKALXB XX V. - l)ry Qoods, Qroceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BAT VIEW. WIS. A fall assortment of all n hand, a • oounty. v _ la my line al­ ways ort han d, at Prices as low aa at any stotfe to Door county. . Agent for the \\ , White Star Line of Steamers V. « O.MA8HEK. The V. AC. MASHEKCO., Dealers In • : Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Eta Also Manufacturers of and Dealers in _ . J at Whlteflsh Bay. Piers . at whlteflsh Bay and Lily Bay. The highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest produots de­ livered at the piers. Communication with all parts by telephone. ' , FRANK SHIMMEL. .Columbus' LABOR Proved . Good -Fruit. When Columbus set out to diseorer 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 JTSHIMMEL, THE GROCER. FOR SALE. LAND FOB 8AXE,—860 acres of land sec­ tion 12, town 27 range 26 a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

\\' • • ' \\ - THE ADVOCATE, STO RGr ftOfl B&Y^WIS., OCTOBER 29,*1898. :/ SMITH. BASgtFOHP OO.' THIS IS'. . . the last week of our SPEC­ IAL SALE, and we thank you very much for your kind* pa­ tron age ^and in the Jultire you - will always find our store head­ quarters and the lowest prices. We have just added to our stock ot shoes tije genuine .' Kangaroo Calf Shoes in Ladies* Misses and Children's Ask for S. B. Co's. Shoes: . 3 doz. Ladies' Kangaroo Calf Shoes jn button and lace, one half double sole also in spring heel, sizes 3 to 8, worth $2.00. '2 dqz.:Lndies'Kangaroo Chlf, spring heel, 3 to 4, worth §2,00 at 8 doz. Ladles' Kangaroo Calf, spring • heel, 12 to 2, worth $1.^5 at . 2 doz. Childa' Kangaroo Calf, spring heel, 8 to 11, worth $1.50 at GROCERIES. ^lbs. Fi^e Granulated Sugar 100 A goodilocha and Java Offee, worth 15o 10c 20c 169 129 110 per lb, at A NloeTiib Syrup, worth 80o gallon, Smith, Bassford Co, DOUSMAN VS. MINOR. • [From the Appleton Post.] Mr. John f. D...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 October 1898

•A SOPPLEMENT---THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 29, 1898. HLK & BUOHAN. Remember. we keep . . . . How is the Time you Need it. CORN -I We are Arid don't forget'to use*.. i Falk & Buehan. N. 8. WASHBURN & CO. §i® LUMBER YARD AT BAY VIEW, WIS., N. S. WASHBDRN & CO., DEALERS IN « I^ti/nber l^atl? apd srfrfElooring, Siding, Door and Wjn^p^frames, and every­ thing. »reguire^ in the build­ ing line. Yard near the mill of A. SHAW & Co., Bay View. Special attention will be paid to supplying the farm­ ing trade. * CO 0) , OPTICIAN. OF SPAIN. Counts on Democratic Con­ gress to Upset the Verdict of the War. PLAYING_F0R TIME. Thinks Republican Defeat Will Encourage the -Interven- , tion of Europe. Spa'fl Is counting upon Democratic suocess and Republican defeat in the impending oongression- al elections to enable her to escape the penalties of failure in war and to obtain the Intervention of other European power- to compel the United States to relinquish th...

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