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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 April 1899

1899. TWO XiOVEitS. -./ Two lovers by a moss ra-own springi ' They lesuid soft uheeks together there, . HlnKlvd the dark and sunny balr. ' And heard the wooing thrushes slnft. O. budding time'! , , 0, love's best prime!_• SVro wedded from the portal stcpt . • The bells made happy Carolines, Ibe air was suft as futiiilntf wings, ' While pumls ou the pathway swept.. O. puroeyrtd bride! O. tender bride I Two faces o'er a cradle henU -i Two hands above the bead were looked These preseed-each other while they rocked nese watohed a life trnit love ha'd seat, i O. solemn hoar:' 0,.hlddep power: • : ^,,,:,• ,rwo parents by the evening fire . Th.e red lltrbt shone about tbeir knees. On hea.I» that TOSH by slow degrees, . like budB upon the lily spire. o. patient life. O. tender strife. lie two stlli sat together there,- T' The red llght'sbone about their kflees, .. Bnt all the beads by sl6w degrees Bad gone and let t the lonely pair. . O. voyage fast? , O, vanished past! Hie rod lleht shone...

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 — 8 April 1899

/ THE ADVOCATE, .STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 8, 1899. OSfCE AGAIN\". Came the snmmer, came theautumn. With Its boar frost and Its rata,. Passed the oold and Snowy winter— Then 'twas springtime once again. In the springtime came my lover, , Tall and handsome, but not Vain Came in springtime with the flowers- Then came summer once again. Snmmer, with its bads and blossoms, And its fields of golden grain: But the days went all too quickly— It was autumn once again. Came the soft and bright November, Spite the hoar frost and the rain . Pledged we love before the altar— • Then 'twas winter onca again.' 'Slid the soft white snows of winter. Passed we gayly o'er the main Beached the far-off land with flowers- Then came springtime once again. Oh.' the blue, the bine skied April. With its warm and rushing rain Then came May and apple blossoms- It was summer onco again. Snmmer here in grand old Florence 'Mid its fields of golden grain :*• But the light had fled the sunshine- Then came antnmn on...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 April 1899

' THE ADVOCATE, STOEGEON BAT, TO., APRIL 8, 1899. ' ' , ' - . / ^Uuwcate. Entered In the Poftoffice at Sturgeon Bay W&., as • sccond-clast mail matter. • PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY AlV STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. Oneyoar... Six months. ......... Poor months ...... 'Two months...: Slnglo copies ...*1.60 .... .75 .. .#0 ... .25 .Mi ' BP~Two dollars will bo oliarged If,not paid within the year. , . , ' STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY. APRIL 8. ELECTION RETURNS. 11AII.EVS HARBOR. 8opetvieor8, Roger Eitough chairman, Louts : Pnoter, F. Wilke clerk, John E. Stephan ' treasurer, Ca l BeadrtcY assessor, Albert \" Sehultr. '• „ • '.-BRUSSELS... • fiupei-vleore, Louis Basslne chairman, Tou- aalnt Mathy, John Guelette clerk, Ernst ' Haegele treasurer, Felix Englebort assessor, J. B. Massart constables, Aug. Schumacher, Joe. Demeuso. CLAY BANKS. : Supervisors, James Madden chairman, Koiid M. Vlste, John Berge clerk, Frank McDer- \" mott treasurer, Ja...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 April 1899

' ADVOCATE, STDRGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 8, 1899. 8TDEGEON BAT. SATPFIDAY. APRIL 8,1899. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND HOME. —Louis Nobel Is having his house in the First ward remodeledand will make the upper par| Into rooms for tenement purposes. • —Tho W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. L. M. Washburn next Tuesday afterpoon, April 11th. Meeting will be called to order at 2 -o'clock. • —The well which Ed. Birmingham has been drilling on the premises of the M. E. church i society was completed -Wednesday. . It is about 70 feet deep ODD contains an abundance of -water. —Since the destruction of the ice bridge teams as a general thing have gone downthe bay shore atd crossed above the dry dock, the absence of B&OW on the wooden structure making' it impossible to haul a heavy load thereon. ' ' • .:. —The Easter services at St. Joseph church Sunday were attended by ail unusually large congregation, the number at low. mass aggre­ gating 800 and high mass 500 people. All the othe...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 April 1899

S1.EK1' Bl* THE SKA. '\" . Krlends. whoa you think I am like to die. Carry mo where tho Boa Is roaring • There on my last bedlet me llw, „ y. And list to the Ion* wave landward pouring— . Beating, beatiDB. . : And ever repeating \\ V\\ „ The cry It orled, when it first was hurled, With a myriad shQoks - ' . On tho barrier-rooks In the very birthday of the world. And—If I could die wit bin sound of the sea— The voices of all who e'tr loved and knew me To tnlnele with hers, who Is dearest to me. Its murmur would brlbs—to sleep to woo me— Throbblnfc. throbbing. . . And plaintively sobbing As erst It'slffhed whei the night aad morn Had faded away , Of the first fair day. When this beautiful world of ours mi born, • Ob,there In a churchyard, hlfjh ori a cliff, '• In how deep a sleep, from the vain endeavor Of longing and lifo. I could rest me—if The aea Its wild lullaby sang forever. Beating, beating,. • . And still repeating The ory It rned, when it first was hurled With a myriad shocks...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 April 1899

TEE , STBR&EON BAY, WIS., APRIL 8, 1899. DRY GOODS. GROCERIES/ETC* E. N. HNDERSON, • ^ DBAXXB IN Dry Qobds, Groceries, AND jQENERAL. MERCHANDISE, ' BAT VIEW. WIS. A full assortment of all goods in my line al­ ways oil hand, at Prices as low as any store In Door county. ' Agent for the White Star Line of Steamers V. & C.MASHEK. Tbe T. & C. MASHEK CO., Dealers In Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc.. Also . . Lemkr, Ties, Posts, Wooi, Bark,. Eh Store located at Whlteflah Bay. Piers at Wblteflsh Bay and Lily Bay. The highest market 8vered rice paid for all kinds of forest products de- at the piers. ' 08^ Communication with all parts by* tele­ phone. PRANK D.SHIMMEL. What You Pay.. for a thing is -important, but what you get in return for jour money is ten times as'important. Ordinarily the 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 j same cost as the poor kind.. ^ Yott'car...

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

SI TJIE , APRIL 8, 1899. ROSENBERG DRY QOODS CO. £ Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. 1 MOST IMPORTANT I I I SALE OF SPRING j I PGHANDISE M f With a large array of Spring Goods^ comprising every -novelty of the season . gt bought direct in the market for cash at & the lowest prices, we are in a position to .g piake t£e quotations beloyr, which\" stand & defiant of all competition. g R LADIES' JACKETS & CAPES The BEIFELD garments need no in­ troduction to our many customers, .the hundreds of garments we have sold in the past, speak more in their favor than a full page of newspaper space could ever do. / The perfection of style and m ake is demonstrated in the Beifeld garment this season more conspicuously than ever before.. , : , iS A Beautiful Black Brocaded Lady's Cape in the latest make at.. ^ Fine Silk Brocaded Capes, Silk Lined worth $4 00, our price.... The Largest Assortment of all Silk Capes at....V.......*...... ' 5 The Very Latest Ladies' Jackets at.......................

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 8 April 1899

SUPPLEMENT—THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS.-, APRIL 8, 1899. P LEGAL NOTIOE8. pab jicatjon March 25. 1689—St] STATE OF - WISCON8IH,: coti & TY COURT for Door county^ in probate. Notice la hereivv given that at a special term of the county conrt tobeheld inand for said comity, at the court honseiDtbBMty.of Sturgeon Bay tat aid county on the 3d Tuesday, (being the 18th day) of April A: D. 1880. at !0o'cU-ok a. m.. ihefoj- TffWlnff matter wi I be heard and considered: The application of John Heidemann to admit to probate the lastwlli Bnd testament of Fried rich Prabl. late of the town Of Brussels in said oonn- ty deceased and for letters testamentary there- oil to be Issued to John Heidemann'of Door county. Wisconsin. Dated March 20. 1899. By order of the court. C. A. MASSE. County Judge. H. P. CODT. Att'y. •' 8TPBGE0N BAY. SATURDAY, APRIL 8. 1839.. the columns of the ADVOCATB In the early I part of the winter 1 noticed an ,item elating [First publication March 18.1899—4t] STATEDoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 April 1899

•wnvmrnimmmmmmmrimmQ I YOU WANT.. I 'p ,to get oil the news of interest that 3 fc occurs in your own and neighbor1- 3 fc ing towns.as well In.the coun- 3 ' t ty, don't you? Well, then, sub- 2_ E scribe for THE ADVOCATE. 3 £.. ^I.50ayear. \" 3 S WE WANT.:. every man .arid woman in the 3 county to read this paper, and will give' them all the news of the county as well as other: shatter\" of 3 interest and instruction.^ Subscribe now! ' ' 3 iuium* TOIUME 38--NO. 1. STDEGEOK BAY, WIS., SATI'RMY, AiiHlI, 15. 18». . $1.50 A YEAK. tAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. f STORY OF A' WEEK. AMONG JACK TARS OF THE UNSALTED SEAS. | To Have a Fine Station. General Superintendent ot Llfesav-ing Sta­ tions 13. I. Kimball Has promised Congress­ man Mann that Chicago would have, the fin­ est building of its bind In this'country. The site selected Is on, land now submerged, but \"which will be filled, at the north end of Lake Front park, near Randolph street. The structure will cost from $00,000 to $75,000. Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 April 1899

AXOS'jC DAY. — J 4 4) TEE ADVOCATE, STCEGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 15, 1899, p, ': '• \" 'SV xx:. .\" What doos it matter noir ?\" X said !•'' X. \" Tho day is lost, for all my earo' My weary lianth^bd aching bead :,V ••-. ' Let slip the work they cannot dare. • ' Come, wife and children, let us 8triy Into the woods I'll lose a day.\" \"11 ' The leaves made such a tender screen, ~ Tho birds made such a pleasant noise, ' Upon the turf, bo freSh and green, ''•'•• . Played merrily my clrls and boys. I Bald \" Dear rt lfe, ! think 'twould* pay To sometimes try and loses day.\" X:\\ •'*\" The afternoon grow sweetly still, , . * The children sat beneath'the trees, Told fairy tales, or plann'd at will Strange voyages o'er wondrous seas. It seemed to me thetr faces were A light I ne'er had seen before. . •• iv. . v- \" And when the mother proudly told •. Some pleasant thing of Kate or May, How Jack'.vis always true and bold, \".'.'-'And'Harry'always kind and gay, From cell reproach I was not fre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE, :\\ '?• , WIS., APRIL 15, 1899. GEOKGK THOMSON. , ^ BY R. K, MUJiKITTRICK. George Thomson was a mortal who ' - Was e'er dissatisfied and bine- He, wished a change, e'en whenhe'd woo His balmy pillow. Because the days were getting hot, He yearned to camp upon some spot \"Where shades the sweet forget-me-not The weeping willow. Where squirrels haunt, the woodland stream And rosea in flotillas dream— There ho might flsh all day, and teem ' With pleasant fancies. He there mitiht note with wary eye, The trout swim baltward, watchful, shy— ' As happy as a butterfly ^ Among the pansies. ,, ' v - In spite of .all his wife could say ^ He packed his things that very day— _ ' A tent, besides a great array Of pans and kettles— . . , And started with his rod and gun' / To have a ntonth of. forest fun— And left his wife, unhappy one,' • \" On sorrow's nettles. : \\ - • At last he found a pleasant nook : _ Beside \"a little purling brook, 7 ' ^ And in his tent began to cook v ' His h...

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 — 15 April 1899

# THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., .APRIL 15, 1899. Site gibxrocate. • Entered In. the rost!ffict at Sturgeon Say, life. as .'-.. sccond-ctaM mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. . FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. ... . Six months. Four months. Two months. Single copies ..$1.50 .. .75 . .BO Two dollars will be charged If not paid the year. .' STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY. APRIL 15,1899 Peace has been declared between the United States and Spain, and friendly relations re-es- tabllshed. . A message from Senator Stebblna received Thurfidfly arinounees that the senate committee h« repbrted favorable on the Ovetbeck bill to refund our railroad indebtedness and tbe measure will pass tbe upper bouse either Sar tarda? or Monday. The insurgents in the Philippines are being rapidly vanquished, and at the rate, of progress made in the pa6t month or so but few of. the rebels will be left., American valor and the American \" peace pursuade...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 April 1899

APRIL 15, 1899. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, APRIL 15,1 FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND HOME. —Scofleld & Co. eoldflve Crescent bicycles on Tuesday. —ScofleW & Co. have been awarded con- • tractor interior finish and mill work for new M/E. church. . —N. S. Washburn & Co's planing mill start- . ed op on Monday, and the prospects for a busy season are excellent. —The new city council will hold Its first meeting On -Tuesday, April 25th, and the other officials entered on the discharge of their du­ ties a week afterward, May 1st. . —A well Is being sunk on the premises ol the Hotel Collgnon by Kd. Birmingham, and the steady and measured pound oC the jars is heard froth morning until night. —Considerable brush for outside points.ls being hauled to the Merchants wharf pending the arrival jsf the first freighter. This has been quite a lucrative business in times past for some of our residents. —Spring is here and no mistake. A flock of wild geese were seen Wednesday mornin...

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 — 15 April 1899

( t BAY, APBIL 15, 18# ' ... ... -, miiATE. Which shall it be, Love, which shall it be, Strife tyith him, or peace with me ? ' . Which Is the brightest, which is tbQ beat, A hateful struggle, or loving rest f What can the world and in inlniouB say Worse tlian the words you have heard today ? False they may be, and black of hue, . But you know in your heart you wish them true ... • • Which shall it be, Love, which shall it be, Tears with him,.orsmiles with (no? November frost oran April-sky, When, summer's light wing is hovering nigh ? Be brave and choose—nor think of the world With its careless comments at random hurl­ ed '• But please yourself—and I know my fate, And yours, poor child, if you hesitate. Which shall it be, Love, which Bhall It be, . Despair with him, or hope with me f— Hope in some fairer clime to find A joyous home and a kindred mind- Hope to forget, on some southern shore, , The doubts thatshall never trouble you more. Which shall it be, Love, which shall It be,' ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 April 1899

ml the BAY WIS., APRIL\" 15, DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. ETC. E. N. HNDERSON, ' \" DEAI^En IN • • ..' *' |)ry Q^odSv^ groceries, \" AND GENlF^MRGHfllTOISEr BAT VIEW. WIS. A full assortment of all goods in my Una al­ ways on-hand, at Prloes as low as any store in Door county. , . • •' • • * • . A g e n t f o r t h e 'White Star Line of Steamers V. A C. MA&HEK. r, MASHBK. * 6. HASHES. The V. & C. MASHEK CO., Dealers In Groceries, Etc. - Also ' ' : -• ' '' V Ties, Posts, Wooi, Bark, Etc, 1 , Store located at White fish Bay. Piers at Whitefieh Bay and Lily Bay. The highest market prloepatdfor all kinds of forest products de­ livered at the piers. Communication 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 more than poor groceries, but at our pres- ' erit prices you can order a bill of groceries at practically, the same co...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 15 April 1899

THE I, STtfBGEON BAT, WIS., APRIL 15, 1899. ' \". ''' SMITH, BA3SFORD CO. Jackets attdt Skirts We have \"made special efforts this season to supply the wants of the ladies of Sturgeon Bay and Door 'county in the above lines And as our prices are the lowest and garments all this year's style, we solicit, your trade. - / i rj ^MITH-raA-SSITOJEei. oo. Stylishly made and of good material, -'.'.lined throughout, wOTth $1.50, , to close at.. ,.... $1.00 Silk Capes well .worth $2.50, close,. 1,29 Silk Capes well-worth $2.75, close. . 1,39 Silk Capes' well worth $4.00, close.. 2.99 A bran new line of SPRING JACKETS to arrive next week. WRAPPERS & DRESS SKIRTS: 89c, 99c, $1,29, $1.49, $1.79, $2.29, ' $3.00 and $4.00. FALKABUGHAN THE FEED STORE, \" will buy a sack of. good.... a large stock of Garden. Seed in' bulk: Onion Seed- $1,25 Per lt* Carrot .Seed .. -50c per lb. Rutabaga Seed.. -25c Ber lb. All others at low prices. IMS WANT YOUR TRADE. STILES * CO. As usual, Plenty of . A T . . ....

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 April 1899

of bravery make Interesting.read­ ing. But if you would perform a deed that will , benefit yourself and family become a subscriber of THE ADVOCATE. ' $ I »60 P®r year ? i NAMES •are^eing: added to, the paiges of history every day. They are likewise being added to: our list of subscri&ers,' Join the proces- A sion! .Kn n-r vr.ir' 7 z VOLUME 38--N0. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, ARRIL 22. 1899/ t.50 A YEAR. gnifmmmirMwmwMmmrMmwrmimrwmwtmwMmwwwfflrmmmmi! I LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS, j § STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF .THE UNSALTED SEAS, = KkUliLUktUilklkUkkUiimukmuukHiuimikikiHmimuikUiuiikuiuiiiuikUikiiiunuHkic, Local Nautical Affairs. - The steamer Schroeder got away for Manis­ tee Wednesday noon. , The hooker Forward, which wintered here, . is fitting out for the season. v \" The steamers Hurd and Foster were towed .from the ship yard to their dock on Friday to be fitted out. The Goodrich liner Iowa was in port again Monday morning. She had on a full load ot freight both ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 April 1899

THE b a y ' i m • ^ ^ WHEK VOl* ARE GOXE. The sun will ris6 and set the same, .Men will work and strive lor fame, « Forgotten soon will be youmame, Wbon you are gone. ' Flowers will blossom In the (spring, ' And silvery wood notes loudly rinjr, A8 feathered warblers sweetly sing, When jou are gone. Friends will Brieve above your bier, 'And on your grave will drop a tear. You'll be forgotten In a year, . .... When yon are pone. i Above yon over ftnd anor., Will pass the long years, one by one, Remorseless time sweep on and on, 'i ' When you are gone. . And millions yet will follow thee, ' Uni? afce. glad youth, and Infancy, Will join you in eternity.- : . • When yon are gone. v = rx The cradle, coffin, and the grave. e - will hold alike the king ana slave, ^ The proud, the humble, and tho bravo, AVheu yon are gone. •' Ago will mourn, and youth will iaugb. One halt will give tbo other half A tear, a tomb, an epitaph. When you are gone. —Boston Pilot. RELIEVING How the Northern Troops...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 April 1899

'j , STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 22, 1899.' RKCUIMINATXON. 1 Said Mfe to peath: \"Methinks if I were you, I .wotild not carry suoh an awesome face To terrify the helpleBS hntnan raoej And If Indeed those.wondrous tales be true Of happiness beyond, and if I knew Aboat the boasted blessings of that place, I would not hide BO miserly all trace . ' Of my vast knowledge. Death, if I were you:: But. llbe a glorious angel, I would lean . ' Above the pathway of e&ch'sorrowing soul \\Hope In my eyes, and oomfort in my breath. Ana-strong conviction In my radiant mien, TheWhtle I whispered of that bednteons soaL ThlsWould Xdoif I were yod. 0 Death.\" II Said Death to LUe: \" If X were yon. my friend, I would not lure confiding sonls each day - With fair false smlleB to enter on a way So filled with pain and trouble to the end I would not tempt those whom I should defend. Nor stand unmoved and see them go astray Nor would I force unwilling souls to stay Who longed for freedom, were I you, my ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 April 1899

\" • THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS. APRIL 22, 1899, Enteral in the, Fostaffice at Sturgeon Say, Wis., « , v second-closi rAaUfndiUr* , PUBLISHED EVERY. SATURDAY,AT STURr UKON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. .$1.60 ,75. .50 . .25 One-year... —••• Six months. Font months. TwomotithH .- Slnglo ooples *£ ^\"*Two dollars will be charged lf not paid withln,the year. STURGEON SAY. SATURDAY, APRIL 82.1899 The liquor bill of the United States for last y ear was $1,000,000,000 In round numbers. The legislature continues to wrangle over the anti-paBB blll, a matter that has elicited a godd deal of attention through the entire ees- alon. It will in all probability be submitted to the people at the next general election In the shape.of an amendment. to. the constitu­ tion, when they are at liberty to accept or re­ ject it. \"\" The insurgents are tiring ol tbe unequal, straggle in the Philippines, according to the latest dispatches, and many are making ov...

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