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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 18 March 1899

' THE , ADVOCATE, $TTO&80K BAY, WIS., MARCH 18, 1899. BOB M'GKEGOB'8 GAME. nr M1.US 8, BARR.- : Yonder, way north, Is Bennochle, •' Corri. »Dd heathery *len: • Charlie got there in \" 'forty-five' ? A wnle of bin braw, brave men Tartan and olaymora were ready • •.: Up With vhe pibroch to spring Litrte.lhey loved the stratifte red coatg Fighting for England's king. 7. • . V.. •' V . ' . . tt. ' Sir of his Hanover soldiers Came to Bennoohle'g one inn - Bite no.r eup.oould any one get. Or lavor or weloomr win. • So down they sat with their playing-oards, \" The better to pass the day: In came a blg. red Highlander. ' Full plalded In shepherd gray. v nr.. \" Join In the game.\" said a soldier \"That is. If you be so bold.\" r Joined the stranger ard lost his,game,: : Thenauiklly paid his gold., ' Felt the cards with an angry smile. • - And taking a paper king. Crushed it under bis booted heel. As though'were a living tblnif. , , -, \"\"' -- ty. v. Setting his back agalhstrthe wall,...

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 — 18 March 1899

' ' - ! MiRCH 18, 1899. DRY GOOOS, QROCER1ES, ETC\". E. N. ANDERSON. \" DBAIKRIS Dry Goods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BAY VIEW.'WIS. . A fall assortment of all goods In my llna al­ ways oh band, at Prices as low as any store In Door county. • . , Agent for the . \" White Star Line of Steamers V. A O. MASHEK. TbeV.&C. MASHEK CO., Dealers, In • Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Ktc. ' Also Lwafeer, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, EK Store located at Whlteflah Bay. Piers at White fish Bay and Lily Bay. The blithest market price paid for all kinds of forest products de­ livered at the piers. _ {57~ Communication with all parts by tele­ phone. PRANK J. SHIMMEL. What You Pay.. for a thing is important, but what you get in return for your money is ten times as important. \" v Ordinarilythe \"best groceries cost a great deal. more than poor groceries, but at our pres­ ent prices you can order a bill of groceries at practically the same cost as the poor kind. You can save money by...

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 — 18 March 1899

THE 18, 1899. SMITH, BASSFOHD CO. r~~~ ^ IVatcft our Ads.this season] it 'will. \\pay you to! '•' Leaders of Low Prices. (, Our line of Shoes, is much larger than ever before, and prices in a way to make them hustle to beat them : , : Baby-Shoes, sizes 3 to -6 ... f..,. .18°. -• Baby Shoes, better grade,4 to 6.33c C h i l d r e n ' s S h o e ^ 5 t o 8 ^ . . 4 8 ° Misses Shoos. .98°. 1.09,1.24^^46 Men's Heavy Buckle Shoes...94° Men's Heavy Oil GrainCongr's..1,15 5 • Men's Heavy Oil Grain Laco.. .1,25 Men's Railroad Shoos . .. -1.49 Men's Railroad Shoes....... : -1,69 . Men's Stone Quarry Shoes.... .1,79 Men's Stone Quarry (better) .. .2.29 Ladies' Silk Vesting Shoes, A- A worth $1.50, toolose..... .V.38 .50 pairs Ladies' Vesting Shoes, pointed toes, worth $3.50, to close. 1.98.2.00, 1.19,1.33,1.69 fflSCELLANEOTTS OFFERINGS. Toweling, per yd......... . 3^0 up White Outing, per yd..•... .\"3M° UP- Embroidery, p6r yd, from 2*.up Lace Curtains, per .pr, .... .35c up Apron Ginghams, ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 March 1899

T BORROW... E ADVOCATE from your neigh- but become a regular subscriber have'it go to your address every It will only cost yotiJS 1.50 year y~ - * t-r * ^ 9rtei»ty 13 certainty a trifling sum to ask for \" a paper. But that is all THE AD­ VOCATE will cost you and you will get all the tfews regularly. ,,,Seat in your Same. , •NO. 50, STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1899. LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. uiiiriiming: being in the primo vertical bore true east at j ot embarkation. Being booked for passage | rr 3 ® *• tn., tha exact time of bis rising, and true on the steamship Campania Mr. Lycke soon — west at his setting. The time is meaaured^found himself on board that magnificent float- = STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF THE UNSALTED SEAS. '§ SumtntmniHimnumtnntinHiimHUintiutuumiitiitniitniaintmntnuiiiiiiitiHa Denies Forming a Trust.- Capt. J. S. Dunham, at the bead of the Dunham Towing & Wrecking Co., Chicago, declares that the negotiations pending be­ tween his and Barry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 March 1899

1 - IIOHIN KKDBllKAST. jiv MW,.m, *. KIDDSM. '^Wbo salt tUnt her feathers were red. Mis! - -Ween!\" \"*Nti J. ihitissnro,\" say the old Ijlack Hen. \"Hor I,\" nays Sfr OhaullcIeer, Growing quite loud ::y \"•' - '' \"\"•She'll never compare with joy wives, In , crowd.\" * 'HSorT.,, f '\"-says-the Lark—•• • * \"\"Hi r I.'Vsays the Owl, booting out through the dark. ....•:••Â«• \"\"'Nor I,\". says the Blue-Bird, hUh up-ln her . neat • • • \"She'a a rain little flirt, this M183 Robin Ked- , • breast.\" ! \\r:' \"•Bat, her oyes they are bright as the stars, Mlsa Wren.\" ... \"I'd iilck tier eye? out,\" says the old black Hen **So w onH 1,\" says the Thrush, \"If r had an ex- • nse.\" . • \"-Ado liisr breast feathers too.\" giys the young gray Goose. .. • . ~8o would X,\" Bays the Linnet. \"And I,\" says .the Jay \"Forwhat right has she to be pretty, I pray?\" \"Oh, dear I tt) be pretty, or even well dreat, I» a^very sad..crime!\" Bays poor Robin Red- • breast. . she slnga qnfl'e a beaut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS,, MARCHES, 1899. SHE X.IGHT Ol? HOME. BY LOUISE 8. CPU AM. WeJobose a garden, in life's bright spring, •phe fairest there was In the land, .flth bowers of roses and clinging vines, - • • J And arohes where Ciiplds might Standi' /There were walks where the tulip and crqcns I • ,bloomed, . .':v. , I And the hare-bell swung r and the air \\ Was passing sweet with a rare perfume, * And thd place seemed wondrous fair And we planted a willow— A tali, waving willow— • That its arms might enclrole our home A type of our love, to Uvo through the years. E'en though winter and age must oome, goon there, came to our home a sweet-voiced bird, . And we welcomed the treasure with joy Then the place all around was alive and alight ' With the mirth of our darling boy: He canght from the breeze his plowing cheek, Prom the chase, his rounded limb . And thesuh seemedtoshlne, and the flowers to . bloom. Still brighter and Bweeter for him • And under that willow. That gree...

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 — 25 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAKCH 25, 1899. Entercd ln the Pottqfflee al Stargem -Bay, W*.. a* sumddw&wil matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. . • One year - —..... .$1.50 Six months. • .75 Fourmonths:. .-.v.., • •'. •. • •• m .W Two months \" .25 Single copies........................ .05 ET-two dollars wllHe charged. If not paid within the year. . ' AMONG DOOR COUNTY FARMERS MRSiL.D.MOWHY. STtTRGEO^ BAY. SATURDAY, MAR.. 25 1889. PEN AND SCISSORS. NQ one can wonder at the Cubans quarrel- tog after the result of the yellow journals howliDg in the United States. ' • The 'infant Industries\" and the railroads • seem to have entered luton combine to ad­ vance the wages of employes. Not a \"word of complaint,about ratlbn's, \"embalmed beet\" br anything of that sort has «come from the soldiers in the Philippines. The drouth in California was last week broken by a good rain, and tbe farmers DOW hope ...

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 — 25 March 1899

' - ' , ' - , 1 •• THE ADVOCATE, STPKGEOS BAY, WIS, MARCH 25, 1899. ©he - 8TOHGEON BAY. SATURDAY. MAS. 25. 1899. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND HOME. —The towia meetings in the Several towns and this city wllltake place a week from next Tuesday. . : • • —Following Is the advertised letter list: M. Bosnian Adolph Lutte, Frank Leonlette, J. B. Mortimer, Esq., Mrs. Dasara Mutgenj.^ —Easter a week from next Sunday, and the thrifty hens are doing their beat to provide a good supply ^of eggs for the occasion. This product Is now selling at twelve cents a dozen retail. • —Jake Leonhardt will endeavor to make Anton Gleasner pay for the horse that was drowned two weeks ago Saturday night while the latter was on' his way to the canal from, the city., —The season is fully three weeks later than It was a year ago. On March 233, 1898, the Bteambarge Rudolph cleared from this port Via the canal, while at this date there Is some­ thing like two feet of .solid ice in the bay the entire ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 March 1899

' THE BAY, WIS., MARCH 25, 1§99. , ... •' OVKB THE WAT. 1T NATIliS D. UBKER. I Eaw herone day tn the early Sprlntf, •''• -h'\"••••.••• Over the vyay-r- ' . A pet of three sumERTsrtHklnBome thing. As airy and bright as a bird on Wing, With a faoe like a flower, and golden-crested. And a baby stnllo thsc-rlppled and rested Over Dps so gay, , While out of the'deeps of her wouder.eyes The pure joy flowed, like the light from skies, Aa she tocliiltd, latighlng, her nnra'e before. And then ran into her father's door, : .Oyer the way. * I saw her again when summer .was green, Over the way. With checks of roses, and ont from between - Danced \"the dimples of\" sweet sixteen,\" While the long-bent lashes could hardly oover The arrowy gleams that pierced her lover Standing at bay, \" 'Wrapped In the worship of faoe and onrl. As, playfully mocking, the radiant girl . Fairly floated his steps before. And then tripped Into her father's door, Over the way, ... i saw her once.more In the fall of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 March 1899

THE AVDOCATE, STtJRGEOff BAY, WIS., 25, 1899. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. ETC. E. N. HNDERSON. . •' DEALER IS £)iy Qoods, Qroceries, ' AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. BAY VIEW. WIS. A full assortment nf ail goods in my line al- •ways on band, at Prices, as low as any store la Door county. • ' . ' ' • . Agent for the White Star Line of Steamers V. A O. MASHEK. The V.&C. MASHEK CO., Groceries, Etc. Also t, Ties, Posts,- Woo§, Bark, Ek Store located at Wblteflsb Bay. Piers at Whltefisb Bay and Llly.Bay. The highest market price paid for all kinds of forest produots de­ livered at the piers. * CST\" Communication with all parts by tele­ phone. PRANK J. SHjMMEL. What You Pay.. • for a thing is important, but what you get in return for your , money is tea times as important. Ordinarily the best groceries cost a great deal more' than poor groceries, but' at our pros- ent prices you can 6rder & bill of groceries »at practically the same cost as the poor kind. You can save money, by placing ...

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 — 25 March 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS., MARCH 25, 1899. SMITH, BASSFORD CO. SMITH-BASSFORD CO., LEADERS OF LOW PRICES. 3 dozen Ladies'Shirt Waists in ^lie latest styles and \" - patterns, worth 50c, going at. ... ... v ....«38c 5 dozen Ladies' Stiirt Waists, Asst., worth 6pc, go at. .49c \\ 3 dozen Ladies' Shirt \\Vaists, Asst.,\" wofth 7SC, go at. .$9C ^loz. Ladies' Shirt Waists, Asst., worth $1.00, gont..89c 1 doz. Ladies' Shirt Waists, Asst.,.worth $1.29, go at..99c 1 doz. Ladfes* Shirt AVaiSt^AU&jworth^^p^^gij at.${,49 MEN'S PANTS. •50 dozen Men's Working and Dress Pants that we offer at the striding low pfices. . ! 2 dozen pairs, tooloso at.......?{jc, worth $1.00 5 dozen pairs to close at—vw. .v.. ,g§6, worth S1.5Q 'v- 3 dozen pairs, to close at. $1.49, worth' $2.00 3-dozen paiii3, to close at.:,.............$2,39, worth '$3.00 : „ 2 dozen pairs, to close at. .* .$2.79, worth $4.00. Then we are sole agents for the well known \"Emko\" Soft and 8tiff Hats--ha.ve just roceiyed 10...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 April 1899

YOU WANT ' to get all the' news of interest th^t ' occurs in yoor own and neighbor­ ing towns as well as in ttfe coun­ ty, don't you? Well, then', sub- q scribe for THE ADVOCATE. $|.50ayear« • VOLUME 57--NO. 51, WE WANtj, every man and woman in the county to read thl3 paper, and wilt give them ail the news of tfie county as live!! as other matter of interest and instruction. * Subscribe now! STURGEON BAY, WIS!, SATURDAY, ARRIL 1, 1899. $1.50 A YEAR. Tffn!tnwwiHHHHmmnmnTiwTiffnwwrnmwmnf»»HHinwnwFi LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. I STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF THE UNSALTED SEAS. | AMONG DOOR COUNTY FARMERS Accused of an Assault. The United States marshal made ft raid tip- on the etoamer Iowa when she reached Mil­ waukee Wednesday morning, but the raid was without results the officers falling to find the man wanted. The authorities were after a man known as Joseph Starr, who.sbipped on the Iowa at Sturgeon Bay as a deckhand, but while there were sixteen deckhands on board the Iowa, ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 April 1899

-1! ' •. • \" ' •: ,, APRIL 1, 1899 Little Coquette. REMINISCENCES 'OF PCIBLIC MM uamess HOUSE, I.OXG AGO. ^ I sit beftide the sinking fire, • Watoh the weird facoa In its glow' All through the night Y should not lire— But they havo, faded long ago. • Ah—dust to duBt—the last repose— .,- ABhos to ashes!—well I know v How Burely tb4»-feftih been with those, Thosi) whom I loved so, lone ago. How sorely this with me will be .4 . From every petty joy and wee, . . • From fancied flight and jealousy : Made free and safe—ah I long ago. And yet may some things with us stay Ana on the wa'ets (files blow. • Ija white and green—just as.they lay - In white and green, so long ago, 'TIs pleasant now to think,—\" Perhaps lo Memory's light one's, face may grow \" Out. upon Time I\"—forall things,lapse 'In tlmt sad, dreary long ago. But when I'm dead, don't thou forget— Thou whom-I used to treasure so: Yet may one tear thine eyelid Wet, Because I loved thee—long ago- , Stories of thr jSta. A FOBKCA...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STCBGEON BAY WIS., APRIL lj 1899. • / : QUITE' TOO TOO. TTTTBBXiY UT- TEK» . .. •... • If I were Anglo-Saxon, ' And you were Japanese, ^ - . We'd study storks together, • Pluck out the peacock's feather. And lean our languid naok on. The stillest of settees— . If I wero Anglo Saxon, And you were Jananese. . - ' If you were Delia Crnaoan, . : • - And I were A-Moressque, - • : We'd make our limbs lock less In Artistic foldsaod dress In -:'-Y-. i What once were tnnlcs Tuscan In Dante's days grotesque— If you were Deila-Cruscan, v- And I were A-Moresque. .' • If I were mook Pompelan, • ' And you Bolgravlan Greek. ' •\" -A- ' We'd glide 'mid gaplng vandals,' - • In sbapeleas sheets^nd Sandals, Like shades in Tartarean Dim ways remote and bleak—' ' , If I were moek fompelan, And you Bolgravlan Greek. ' If I were what's ' consummate/' ' ^ y . : ! And you were quit* \"too too,\" - 'Twould be our El Dorado To davo a yellow dado. Our happiness a hum at A teapot painted blue— If...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 April 1899

©he ^tawcctte. Mertd til 'the Poet/Ok* at Sturgeon &ay, nit,, as second-class mail matter- .PUBLISH&I) EVERY - S ATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editdr and Proprietor RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year... SU months.. — ......... Pour months Two months t. t*.-. Single copies BP\"Two dollars wlU be charged 11 not paid within the year. , -•*150 . .75 .60 .25 .05 STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 1. 1899. PERTINENT QCE1UKS. • Ther-o are a few little matters that the tax-, payers of this city desire Mr, Nelson to an­ swer, now that be Is a candidate lor mayor for • another term : \\ Why is-it, Mr. Nelson, iliat' 'yotf^are such a - persistent seeker for office ? You are credited with saying in the last few days that you di.d not want to run, but that your friends insisted - on it. Who, pray, are some of those \"friends?\" ' Isn't Tom Smith tho leader In the movement - to keep you.constantly in Office ? If so, what • is there behind all this thing*. Has not the . ... firm o...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 April 1899

' . \\ . / / THE ADVOCATE, APRIL ], 1899. ©hc^Lbtutmte. STHRGEON BAY, SATURDAY. APKIL 1, 1899. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND HOME. ' —The state legislature will not complete Its labors and adjourn nntll about April 25tb. —Following la the advertised letter list: Miss Agusta Boes, Mrs. Margert Macbts, Wm. Verray, Esq. Robert Haletead last week purchased the Gna. Nelson place In the First ward, paying §600 therefor. ' —Anton Gleasner pays Jake Leohhardt $40 for the horse which the former lost by drown­ ing near the canal three-weeks Bgo. —The Mills bill was tb have- come up in the legislature for argument on Tuesday, but a postponement for one wieek was taken. —Ed. Birmingham is engaged la drilling a well on the premises of the M. E. church so­ ciety, corner of Chnrch and St. John streets. —Monday was an ideal day, but it grew so cold toward nightfall that out-of-doors was too uncomfortable a place for people to spend much time. —The ladles of the Congregational church ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 April 1899

4 THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, APRIL 1, 1899. AGAI ^ • EVA. l\\. riLLIBUnW 1 I Would you llvo your past life 0V6i- again ? Youth's joy, and grief, and Its vain desires Would you rake the ashea aftalafrom the graves, Of iia burled fires)' .• r\"/\". Would you live It. over! The rare delight, - The keen enjoyment' of outward things The sense of .powor, and of growing might, . And budding wings. _ ' J-lnitfwt I Thefest of the party assisted in tho in- • \" | spection, and -Laos, the native,' stooping - _ T_ - . - - down, preyed theudderof thoheast, fore- WATTT II Vrttr TIVIC VMTII T TIMC out seme milk. This was a revelation * ' \" Vand started off on a trot without a:word to his astonished friends. - Making his way to the end of the bush­ es, he began beating about, as if searching for something. The rest of the party fol- lowed, to learn what he was huntingfor. The foot-prints of tigers—-some of them larjse, and'somb small—were observed in the mud along theshore, showing they had come...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 April 1899

THE BAY, WIS., APRIL 1, 1899. - . / ' DRY GOODS, GROCERIES! ETC. N. HNSbERSON, . • • . i E A j £ R / i s r . . yry 0oodsr?(|3t)Geries AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. BAY VIEW. WIS. A full assortment of all goodsirTmyllne al­ ways,on hand, at Prioes as low as any store In Door county. * . ^ Agent for the White Star Line of Steamers V. A C. MASHEK. C. MASHEK. He V. & C. MASHEK CO., Dealers In Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Btc. .'/.'\" / Also Lwrter, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Ek Store looated at \\Vhlteflsh Bay. Piers at - Wbitefisb Bay and Lt y Bay. The highest market prloe paid for all. kinds of forest products de llvered at the piers. Commanicatlon with all parts' by tele phone. FRANK J. SHIMMEL. What You Pay.. for a thing is important, but ^ ' what you get in return for your money is ten times'as important. Ordinarily the best groceries cost a great deal itfore than • poof groceries, but at our -pres­ ent prices,you can order a bill of groceries at practically the same cost ais ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 1 April 1899

THE ^SMITH^BASSEOBD CO. THE STOCK OF FINE CLOTHING BOUGHT OF THE ASSIGNEE AT 50° ON THE DOUM is gdii/v fast. Bc'jitc of the lucky foyers 'Saturday.-\" Never again , ' : • tvill \\du be able to get first-class CLOT'HINCI •KAR?'\" Sale on Clay Worsted Suits? Grey and Black'Fine- ly Trimmed Sacks ' aqd Frocks, value up to *15,00. Saturday, on Spring Suifs— ' All-VVoolMatcri- al, New Desirable Patterns, value up to $ri.00. Satur­ day, a Suit, • Young Men- s and JJoy's Suitsin Cot- ton and W,poJ JM&jL terial from 98c to $5.98 / ''v. ChndV4 Geo, HarberadfoaAtahoarly hour Saturday morning from blood poisoning after an illness extending over two or thfco weeks. Hecame -to tbla town In the early seventies and bag re­ sided hero ever since. He was aboat 49 years old, and leaves a wife and family, Tbe maid­ en' name of Mrs,. Harbers was Laneoer, her father being one of the pioneers of-Liberty Grove., Tfie funeral took place last Monday and the remains were Interred in the town cemetery...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 April 1899

^ ' ' '' ' 1 fitMtiosiseeiW^ •Tronwrtffnnn^ | YOU WANT.. : E to get all the news of interest that: fe occurs in your'town and neighbor- 'E tag towns as well as in the coun- ^ ty, don't yo,u? Well, then* sub- E scribe for THE ADVOCATE, c •$ 1.50 o year. WE WANT . mwm every mart and womaq in the county, to read tbls pa per, and will give them all the news of the. county a» well as other matter of interest and instruction. Subscribe now! VOLUME 37—SO. 52. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, ARK1L 8. 1899. $1.50 A TEAS. PN?TITFFNI»TFTIIIMF!!TI?ITI)IITIHITIWMN»RITHWILIIHIIIIHIIIIIIHILN)IIIIIII)IIIN?)IINI I LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. I I STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF THE UNSALTED'SEAS. S tio Slgnsof an Opening. The Harvey Marino bureau announces that the Ice at the Soo Is 10 inches thicker than ever before known at the close of March. The thickness of the Ice tn Little Bay de Noquetto at Ese&naba la at present between. 30 and 40 Inches. Steamers may .therefore ~ not be able to reach the...

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