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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS.,, pECEMBER 3, 1898. INDIA UNDER BRITISH RULE. BY SAMUEL SMlTft. I pass now from questions of political and administrative* Inform to some other aspects of Indian life, the knowledge of which is essential to soubd views, even on matters of, policy. You may draw any conclusions you like in India if you limit the scope of your induction. You may prove to your own satisfaction' that the, British government is the most perfect ever, devised by man, as some official optimists actually affirm, or that it is the worst form of oppression ever invented,, as others have sought to impress upon me. Either side can quote a certain class of facts which give plausible color to their conclusions, but each leave out of view an other large class of facts which vitally af­ fect the result. ^ India is almost exclusively a country Pf rural population and agricultural industry , only millions of people live in towns of over 50,000 inhabitants: nine-tenths of the people li...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 December 1898

/ - THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 3, 1898. ' DRY S3003, OflOOERIES. ETC. E. N. HNDERSON. DBALXB IH Dry G°°ds, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BAY VIEW. WIS. A full assortment of all goods in my line al­ ways on hand:, at Prices as low as at any store 111 Boor connty. • Agent for the , White Star Line of Steamers V. « O. MASHBK. The V.&C. MASHBK CO., Dealers In Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. Also Manufacturers of and Dealers in Store and mill located at White fish Bay. Piers at Whlteflsh Bay and Lily Bay. The highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest produota de­ livered at tbe piers. Communication with all! parts by telephone. FRANK 3HIMMEL. Coliimtos' LABOR Proved Good Fruit. When Columbus set out to discover America his aim was uncertain where to land. Cut when we set out to draw the trade we make our prices sure.to land. FRANK JTSHIMMEL, THE CROCER. FOR 8ALB. T ANI) FOB 8AI1B.—860 acres of land seo- JLi tion 12, town 27, range 20 and 4...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STCRGEOS BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 3, 1898. SMITH, BASSFORD CO. Smith,Bassford Go. Leaders of Low Prices*— We'are always in the market for a load of Wood, or Butter and Eggs —anything a farmer has to sell. Prices being equal. We ask you to call arid see our lines. We invite your attention to the closing out of our W'inter O. C. at COSt, and Ladies' Jackets. Christmas is Coiuing- Call early and make your selec­ tion while the assortment is complete: * Men's warm Winter Caps rang- ing in price—29c, 39c, 49c 60c, 7 5c, 90c, $1.00 and $1.39. These goods are all worth more money. German Socks all prices and sizes for Men and Boys— 29c, 39c, 49c, 55c, 69c, 7 9c and 95c—WORTH A GREAT DEAL MORE. JACK KNIVES —A new line of.them from 5c, 106,15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40o, 50o and 75c. •IAOOB NOLL. with us this year will be an Abundant Harvest of Holiday Coods. It is not too early to let you know that we will show an excellent and varied line of.. Dolls, Toys, China and Fancy Goods, Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 December 1898

This Paper . v - ' from now until Jan. 1, 1900, far only $1.50. ' You cannot afford to be with­ out it. . SAMPLE COPT FREE,' wsttricit SiMiijjr Remeraler Your Friends abroad ty) having, a copy of THE ADVOCATE sent to them, for a year. Better than a letter. Only $1.50. * VOLUME 31--S0. 35. STURGEOX BAY, WIS., SATIIKDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1898. $1.50 A YEAR. LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF THE UNSALTED SEAS. How tbe Sibley Stranded. Captain Nelaon Goniau and tbe crew of tbe eteamer Hiram W. Sibley reached Bay City on tbe tag Sweepstakes Wednesday. Captain Gonlau states that the Sibley stranded on tbe northwest corner of South Fox Island at 12:30 a. m. Saturday, November 26, during a blind­ ing snowstorm. She was drawing 16 feet, and ran upon a boulder covered with only 14 feet of water. The crew remained on board until daylight and then reached shore in the steam­ er's small boats, after which they walked a distance of six miles to tbe lighthouse. A north wind ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STCRGKON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 10, 1898. : TUB SMALL BOX IS CHUKCH. How bo turns ami t wists. And how he persists In rattllus hla beeljs: - : . How jineas? he feels. Our wide awake boy in churcn. : First, ho crushes quite flat . A tine lady's hat. Bowed low in devotion. By a quick backward motion, This restless small boy in church. Then, earnest, and sttil. He attends with a will, . While the story is told Of some old hero bold , . Our dear, thoughtful boy In ohuroh r But onr glad surprise At his thoushttui ejres • Is turned to despair As he twitches the hair Of his little sister In church. Still, each nauehty triok flies At a look from the eyes : Of hla mother so dear. Who thinks it best to sit near . Her mischievous boy in ohuroh. Another triok comes 1 , . Yes. -flis finger be drums. Or Ms kerobief is spread • All over his head, • • . And still wa take him to ohuroh 1 He's troublesomef Yes. That I'm bound- to confess But God made the boys. With their fun and their nois...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 December 1898

TIE ADVOCATE, STUKGJJON BAT, WIS., DECEMBER10, 18a». RAILROADS. CMcago, Milwaukee & St.Paol SUPERIOR DIVISION. O baooia IMEHK\" L X i . CHICAGO SOLID TRAINS! FAST TIME! Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars! All Tioket Agents sell tickets via the Cbloago. Milwaukee & St. Paul. Sleeping Car aooommodatlonB can be' scoured by writing or wiring. G.H. HEAFFORD, W. E. TYLER, P- & T' ABt- CWOag°'IU\" 6. F. & P. Agt., Green Bay, Wis. . Tiokets to all points on tie Chi., Mil. & St. Paul aad^all connecting lineB, may be had lii this city Merchants exchange bam, Agents. KEWAUNEE SHORT LINE. RAILROAD CO, THE POPULHR -f R0UT6 - BETWEEN - KEWAUNEE, GREEN BAT, WINONA, STEVENS POINT, LA CROSSE, ST. PATH, MINNEAPOLIS, • AND All POIHTB W THB WEST and NORTHWEST J. A. JORDAN, Gen'l Manager. 3. B. LAST, Gen'l Freight & Pass. Agent GREEN BAY, WIS. AHNAPB& WESTERN R'Y. TIME TABLE. In Effect May 5th, 189S. STURGEON BAY TO GREEN BAY. . Leave St Bay 0:00 a. m. 8A0 p. m Leave Ahnapee 7:15...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 December 1898

V TBE ADVOCATE, STPRGEO?! BAY, WIS., BEOEMBER 10, 1898. ©he Entered in the Pwtoflice at Sturgeon Say, Wb., u second-class maHmatUr. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUB- GKON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year. -'••—$ l.$) Six months. ... .78 Four months..... .BO Two months....- 88 Single ooples. .06 |Sr~Two dollars will be charged If not paid Within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 1898. FKOM THE NATIONAL CAMTOIj. President McKinlcy's annual message to congTess la a thoroughly patriotic document front start to finish. There is not a word of partisanship in it. The message will not only be read with interest, but it will' be carefully preserved, as \"it is an authentic, condensed history of the events leading to the war, of the war, and of the results of the war, so far as they are known at this time, it is, in it­ self alone, sufficient to place President Mc- Kinley in the very front ranks of American statesmen, if he had not alread...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STUKGEON BAT, WIS., DECEMBER 10, 18JS. @hc JUnjtfcate. SrtJRGEON BAY,. SATUBDAY, DEC. 10. 1898. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. SHORT TAKES. channel open between the canal and Menom­ inee If possible, and as the Ice crusher is said to be a \"corker\" It Is thought that this will be BAY VIEW AND VICINITY. die Sentry, Wm. Rae Watchman, E. kraft I Manager three years, H. A. Stiles. aOOPIILD « CO. LADY MACCABEES. P. L. C., Anna M. Dreutzer L. C., Louise B. Tweddle Lieut. C., BarbaraArnold F.K., I —Christmas only two weeks from next Sun: day, and still everybody.is not quite satisfied. —It Is hard to find an idle man about town unless he is so from choice or disability. —Following is the advertised letter list: Mrs. Fred. Schmidt, Miss Annie Schuster. —There will be no services at the Episcopal charch next Sunday, Rav. H. W. Blackburn being away. —The market 1b kept well supplied with wood by the Sevastopol farmers, and prices are reasonable also. —The merchants have b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STPRCBOil BAT, WIS., DECEMBER 1#, 1898. MY PIUNCESS. She walks beyond me fair and far. As yon fair ship beyond the bar ( Stands out to sea. or. In delay, . At anchor rides, day after day. Day after day before my eyes. Just out of reach, the white sails rise ' Just out of reach, day after day, IJke thlssbe keeps and liolds her way. Who holds and sways my heart, until Within my soul some tender thrill Wakes Into life, and I foriret A moment thon the gulf that yet Between ris lies, the swelling sea That separates my love from me.: My lovei With bated breath I name Her thus, yet e'en thus dare not proclaim To her. before whom others kneel,. The throes of passion thaVI feel. • And yet—and yet, day after day,., She leads me on witb looks that say What speech denies, with Smiles that prlok My armcr through, thoush leadenthlok. The dauebter of a reittnant Qaeen. t My Princess falr. doth she demean Her high estate, stoop from her place, • To lure a victim by her graoef Kv'n whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 10, 1898. DRT QOODS. QROOBRIB8. BTO. E. N. HNDERSON, ftZAXJSB IB, Dry Qoods, Groceries, AMD GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BAY VIEW. wis. A foil assortment of all goods In my line al­ ways on hand, at Prices aa low as at any store la Door county. ' . Agent for the White Star Line of Steamers V. A O. MASHEK. V.1CA8HBK, O.XAfiHXK. The V.&C. MASHEK CO., ..Dealers In Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Ettc. AIBOManufacturers of and Dealers In ? taber, Shingles, ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Etc. Store and mill located at WhlteSah Bay. Piers - parts by telephone. FRANK SHIMMEL. 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 sur£ to land. . FRANK JTSHIMMEI THE GROCER. FOR SALE. LAND FOB SALE.—360 acres of land sec­ tion 12, town 27, range 26 and 40 acres eaoh In sections 14 and 22. Inquire of Frank Long or Peter Johnson, Sturgeon Bay...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS , DECEMBER 10, 1898. SMITH, BASSFORD OO. Caught on to .. 1 Smith, Bassford Co. Leaders of Low Prices. Our Big November sale has caught on even better than we had dared to hope, and it will' be continued a little longer in order to* lend further zest to it. We shall offer the following additional purchase incentives. TO REDUCE OUR STOCK we offer as A REM- ' KANT SALE- 500 yards of fio Ginghams, peryd Be 800 yards of To Prints, per yd. . .:.... .. 3c 500 yards of Novelty Goods. Plaids and Cheoks • also Plain Cashmeres that we want to otose out. Tlie price will be made right. Prioes ranging from lOo, 150, S0o, 85o and 80a IIKIIAMU Small Artlolea at Very ROTIOIISi . Small Prioes: -Patent Spring Hooks and Eyes 3o, 2 oards for. So 12spools8yds.Embroidery Silk for.........: 8o ' Curling Irons, the regular 5o kind So Good Needles, per paper 2, 3 and So Strong Shoe String 13 for ........So 15-foot Eureka Fish Lines at lo JACOB NOLL. 3«ri with us this year wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 December 1898

H Meiiji Christinas 1 1 1 it what everybody wants their friends to enjoy. To accomplish this end send them the--- ADVOCATE. $1.50 a year. can be had by becoming a regular subscriber to this paper, thus procuring all the home and other news the year round, I Only S1.50 per year. VOLUME 37--NO. 36. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1898. 1.50 A YEAR. iwwwtHHMimimmwufiiHfmrownnnnfUHiHHHHwmmmtmHHmmwnMmg LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. I STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF THE UNSJLALTED SEAS. | it^itninnnnnumtumimt»ni,in»ittintmituuumit»tintiiHumniuuuimuutiia Tlio Sibley a Tolal Wreck. The wrecking tag Protector has abandoned the steamer H. W. Sibley on North Fox Isl­ and, and reports her as having gone entirely to pieces. The worst NW gale of the season has prevailed since the 8ibley was bottomed In order to prevent her from going down in deep water. The Protector had two, steam-, pumps on board the steamer when she broke ap, and they may be found badly damaged. Will Prove a Total L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 17, 1898. JL fotlrg. THE TUBKK MTTIjE CHAIRS. They sat alone by the bclcht wood firo, The gray-haired liatne and the aged sire. Dreaming of days gone by The tear drops fall on eaobased cheek . ••• They-both tiad thoughts that they could not speak. , - . As each heart uttered a sigh.' ' For their sad and tearful eyes descried Three lluio ctiilrs placed side hy side , ' Agalns-t the sitting room wall , Old-fashioned enough as there they stood— Their seats of flair aud tbelr frames of wood, *• With tholr backs so straight and tall. Then the siro shook his sllvefy head. And with trcmtitlng voice he gently said: \"Mother, (hose empty chairs 1 They brine its such sad, sad thoughts tonight. We'll put them forever out of sight, In the small dark room up stairs.\" Bat she answered, \"Father, no, not yet For I look at them and I forget That the children went away. The boys come baok, and our Mary, too, With her apron on of oheokered bine, , And Bit h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STPRGEOfl BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 17, 18-J8. ! RAILROADS. • MAP OF Chicago, Milwaukee & St,Paul SUPERIOR DIVISION. Z 8AQQIA . IBONMTN^ frgUBWE MEN*** PLYMOUTH MILWAUKEE (UOINEJ ©HICAG© SOLID TRAINS! FAST TIME! Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars! All Tloket Agents sell ttokets via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. . . Sleeping Car aooommodatlons can be seoured by writing or wiring. G. H. HEAFFORD, W. B. TYLKR, ® &T.Agt„ Chicago, 111. Q. P. & P. -Art., Green Bay,'Wis. , Tlokets to all points on the Chi., Ml!. & St. Paul andall oonoeotlng lines, may be had In this olty the HERCHAHTS EXCHANGE BANK, Agents. KEWAUNEE SHORT LINE. RAILROAD CO, THE » POPULHR -f ROUT© — BETWEEN — KEWAUNEE, GEEEN BAY, WINONA, STEVENS POINT, IA CROSSE, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, AHD ALL POINTS IN THE WEST and NORTHWEST J. A. JORDAN, Gen'l Manager. J. B. LAST, Gen'l Freight & Pass. Agent. GREEN BAY, WIS. AHNAPEE& WESTERN R'Y. TIME TABLE. In Effect May 5th, 1895. STURGEON BAY TO ...

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

IP ADVOCATE, STURGEOK BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 17. 1898. Bnurtd in Iht, Portqffict, at Sturgeon Say, TW»., at xcond-clast mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OS1 SUBSCRIPTION. One year............. ....... J...,....: .$1,60 Six months ... .75 Four months .. .... .60 Two tnontba.... .25 Single ooplesv.....— .05 ' 0ST*Two dollars will be charged U not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, DEC. 17. 1898. It was voted to hold the remaining three tneetlogs la the spring so that it will be more convenient tor teachers of the division to at­ tend. Those present at the meeting were Misses Edith Ehrfee, Carrie* Wildbngen, Alma Nelson and Messrs. Adam.Hendricb, P. T. Zak, S. D. firazeau, and Geo. Larson Those ' absent wore John McArdle and MIBSOS Mary Toft and Augusta Barbers. CARRIE WILDHAOEK. [It is unfortunate that the above was re celved too late for insertion in laEt week's pa­ per. It would be better if these repo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 December 1898

m ' v- THE ADVOCATE, SIOB6EOS BAV, WIS., DECEMBKK IT, 1898. Che ^htwrate. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, DEC. 17. 1833. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. SHORT TAKES. —Only fourteen days more and 1899 will be ushered in. —Following Is the advertised letter'list: Uies Lizzie Hogan. —The construction of a side track to the elevator will make it, still more difficult for teams to cross the bridge. —There will be communion services at the Episcopal church on Christmas day, Bev. H. W. Blackburn officiating.. -^Abe Rosenberg, of the firm of the Rosen­ berg Dry Goods Co., was the first man to pay his taxes, and received receipt No. 1. —Owing to the pressure of advertising the proceedings of the county board have been crowded out of this . issue, but we will give you a double installment next week. —Rohde and Norman Laplant have rigged up a steam-sawing outfit and are now engaged in cutting stove wood in and about the city. The apparatus is moved about on runners. —Tuesday morning was the coldes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 December 1898

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, TO., DECEMBER 17, 1898. THEIR KKVKNGB. ' , 'Twas fivp O'OLOCK ODO winter day Lesaonu were over, school was done. And laughing. chattorlnif, full of fan, A group of school-boy* spi d away, Joyous at leaving work for play. ? Then, as though striving hard to shun • Their (fay companions, three boya sought ' A quiet oorner hid from sight. . And talked In whispered words, half caught, Somewhat to this tffffot: \" You're right I Jones la a sneak! what made him go • And tell old Dootor Robinson 1 . That you and Jaofc and t had done That ugly drawing meant to show '* The dootor minus the red wig That ooyers up his bald old pate? Of course wo do not care a flg For punishment: at any rate, • A hundred lines apiece to write— We'll knock them off this very night. But Jones—how beBt to pay him out ? That Is the thing to think about.\" \"I tell you what It Is,\" said Jaok, t « \" I've got a plan to pay him baok. Dlreotly after tea to-night , , We three will hide—there...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 17 December 1898

1 THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIS., DECEMBER li, I $98. DRY GOODS* GROOERIBS, BTO. E. N. HNDERSON, DKALSB JS , Dry Qoods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, « BAY VIEW. WIS • A full assortment of all goods In my lino al­ ways on hand, at Prices aslow as at any store In Door county. . . .. • Agent for the White Star Line of Steamers V. A O. MASHEK. The V. & C. MASHEK CO., Dealers In Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. Also Manufacturers of and Dealers la • Lumber, Shingles, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Etc. Store and mill located at Whlteflsh Bay. Piers at Whlteflsh Bay and Lily Bay. The highest mar­ ket price paid for all kinds of forest prpduots de­ livered . at the piers.\" Communication with all parts by telephone. o. FRANK SHIMMEL. 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 JTSHIMMEL, THE GROCER. POR SALE. LAND FOB S ALE.—sao...

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

. '-C THE AJ)VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 17, 1898. _ L _ 75c at Men's Fme Vester Top Mens' Heavy Pea Jackets v and Vests at $4.00 50c Fleeced Lined Underwear ' at 35 cts. Ladies' Fine $2 Shoes at Boy's $1.50 Suits Cut to 50c Kid, Body Reduced to. Men's $7.50 ' Cut to . Ladies' 8.00 Cut to Ladies' 5.00 Cut to One Half 7CL buyers have filled our store during the past week. . Many a woman and man have carried away most wonderful bargains. - is now in full force. .This coming.week we will create the most surprising sale of Capes and Jackets, and Mens, Boys and Children's Clothing ever before heard of' in the history of this county.\" * * m m u m m u has taken full possession of our store, and he is making things hum. He is busily engaged in cutting prices in his^epartment, and is making great efforts to make the little ones happy. STURGEON BAY. \"Watch, ttie Attraction, at This Store BAILEYS HARBOR. , Dec. 23 and 24. Ladies' Fine .Kid Gloves Worth $|.00, AHn Reduced to Men's 5....

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 December 1898

is what everybody, wants tneir friends to enjoy. To accomplish this end send them the-.. ADVOCATE. $1.50 a year. can be had by becoming a regular subscriber to this paper, thus procuring: all the homo and other news the year round. Only $ 1.50 per year. VOLUME 37--N0. S7. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1898. BiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiii«iiiiiiimwiiiiiiiiii(iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiii[iiiii! I LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. I STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OP THE IINSAI.TKD SEAS. Steamer Joys Destroyed by Fire. The steamer Joys, which pat into the ship canal lor weather Thursday morning, while envoyge to Menominee from Milwaukee for cargo, caught fire and was totally destroyed at her moorings at the westerly end of the cut at an early hour this (Friday) morning. The fire originated from the smoke stack in the vicinity of the breeching, consuming the after cabin first. The fire was first dlscover- • ed by Captain Connelly, who saw the illumina­ tion from his room in...

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