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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 April 1899

ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 22, 1895). ®hc ^fctwccrte. STURGEON BAY,. SATURDAY. APRIL 22,1893. FRANK'LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND HOME. —The .barber'8 bill failed of passage In the legislature, and the parses whom the measure would affect arO happy once again. —The grass looks fresh and green since the rain of Tuesday, and warm weather has start­ ed vegetation of all kinds into lite again. —Following is the advertised letter list: Lena Anderson, C. Gresham, O. B. Olson, Monster S'eleaien Partlns, MissEmelia Soupen, Captain Gilbert Anderson. —The stone culvert built across the Big Creek at-HanB Hanson's last season is- said to bo In a state of disintegration and will have to be replaced by eomethlng more substantial in the near future. —The new council assumed the manage­ ment of affairs on Tuesday evening instead of a week later, as erroneously reported in these columns last week. The other officers will be Induced on May 1st. —Even its most implacable enemies—and w...

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 — 22 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS., APRIL 22-, 1899. 11 •A IT MAY BE. 'Mother, It may be tha't in years to come. *: When deeper lines are graven on thy brow, When thou art nearer thy eternal hojne. Nearer thy long, last rest than thon art now It may be that when Day. declining, slants _ • Westward bis golden bars, and Memory's » wild. ' • ' Bright waters are at rest mother, perchance • The so Itary hour may be beguiled With thinking on tlty fond, thy darling-April child 1 , It may be, mothor, that In distant lands I ghall be waridorlng, afar from thee Or, on the ocean, toward foreign strands I maybe hastening. Or It may be— And thus It seems to me, yet not with dread That still and eold thine April child may lie I Think of me, mother dear, when I am dead. Forgetful of my faults ! oh, tenderly. Tenderly think of me, when in the grave I llo I . Mother. I know that yon, at least, wiil mourn! 1 cannot, sav. \"Wocpnot,\" for I would have By*s filled with bitter .tears whefi X am gono I Al...

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 — 22 April 1899

\" ' ( * \" \" 1 BAY, Wis., APRIL 22, DRY GOODS, .OR&CBRIESi ETC E.H. DEALKB W Dry Qoods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, BAY VDSjy. wis. AfuUas?ortmentof all goods in my lias al­ ways on hand, at Prloes as low as any store In -Door county. . Agentfortho White Star Line of Steamers V. A O. MASHEK. 0. MA8HEK. Tie V.&C. MASHEK CO., Sealers in Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. •:{/ ' Also: : - Lifflber, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Efc Store located at Whit?fish Bay. Piers at Whltefish Bay and Lily Bay. The highest market nrloepald for all kinds of forest products de­ livered at the piers. '• Communication' with all parts,'by tele. phone. FRANK d. 3HIMMEL. WMat You Pay.. for a tl)irig is important* but what you gcHil return for your money, is ten times as Important. Ordinarily the best groceries . cost a great'deal more than V poor- groceries, but at our pres- , ent pricesyou can order a' bill of groceries at practically the same cost as the poor kind. You can save money...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 22 April 1899

THE: 2 1899. SMITH-BASSFORD CO. Just arrived—a brand: new pat tern of decorated ware, the finest in the city. J fist call for the G.'O. R pattern, and take a peak at Our new line of Glassware. Just arrived——Children's Lace Bonnets and Capes at l oC, 19C5 23c, 24cj 25c, 20c, up to 99c Ladies' Shirt _VVn!sts—up-tO-(late— at 25c, 35c, 49c, 69c, 89c up to $1.49. MEN'S SHIRTS & COLLARS. All -sizes and styles. Men's Working Shirts at 18f'i 25^ 35c, 49c and 69c. Men's Dresa. Shirts at 39° 49°i 59c 60°. 79° and 99c. Men's Colored Collars........ 7.2 for. 20c Men's White Celluloid Collars. .10c& l5c Men's Linen Collars..... t. ... J2c •&-15c Men's Cuffs ('new styles) per pair....,18° GROCERIES. ° Something every family uses. /A good Java Coffee for..1()c, worth 15o 17 lbs. Gran. Sugar...$1,00, worth ?1.15 Keg Houey Drip Syrup. .98c, 1.25 Co, PACKABUOHAN. THE FEED STORE. will buy a sack of good. —.. PATENT FLOUR. Keep a large-stockof Garden Seedln bulk: Qnion Seed ..•-$(,25 ...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 April 1899

SI.50 • • r . J . , ' *• ^' -(S ^ 1* « * - * - • » - « ' . *!»•• being added to f«6 pages of ., _ \" history every day. They are I - •• . '*r- . - likewise being added to oar list y of subscribers, join the r . siont $|..50 per ycarl ' NAMES VOLUME 38--S0. X STURGEON Bil, VIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 29. 1899. $1.50 A YEAR# jmrnmnrnnmnmmTimTmmmmrTTmTTmmTmTmmnmmnTmTmfnnfTTmmt ! LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF.THE UNSALTED SEAS. Tug aud ScIioouer Collide. At Chicago Sunday when Clark street bridge had just begun to swing for the passage of the schooner Minnie Mueller, In tow of the tug Hackley, a trolley car from the north ran onto the draw. The bridgetendef stopped the bridge and the - tugmen attempted to stop the schooner with partial success. The vessel collided with the tug, carrying away the let­ ter's smokestack and pilot house and taking out the jlbboom of the vessel. The street car and the passengers got a: shaking up : but no .one was Injured. Utile B...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 April 1899

T . i TflE 'ADVOCATE, STURGkON BAT, WIS., APRIi 29, 1899. '*' ' I 5 I moving day. tip before the w is peeplnft. , VP while liappUr folks are Bleeplpit. Poundlnfr, pushing, pulling, tuufflDK, Wrapping, packing, pllinff, lugging .. Hurrying here and hurrying there, Dire ootifu ion ovorywhere, . , • ''Standing in'the midst of chaos, , Quefjt!oninjr.\"Does moving pay us?' looking \"round us in dismay— • . such i.s moving day. Drawing tacks.'and Iioxm nfilllnfr. Mashing thumbs and wildly walling. , - Shaking earpete, packing dishes, - ...- __Makln» unavailing wlthwi Waitingior Ihrttar.lv dray— -. • Such is moving day. When at length. the dray appearing. . Hurrying men the rifotns are clearing,. Mandlng then, with some foreboding, Vv-rtilng them wMlethey are loading, _ «ivl»s oantionB, wondering whether Such things e'er were piled together:. As they're piling on that dray— - S u c h i s m o v i n g d a y . . . . Shifts the scene, but still wei're tugging. Pushing, pullit'g, piling. lug...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 April 1899

. THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS. APRIL 29, 1899. THE QUEEN OF NIGHT. , ' In vestal robes of silver way Queen Luna comes at close of day. And blushes as she first appears Upon the scene her presence cheers. Tbo twilight wraps In gorjreous fold, The sunset's last display of rold, - r v And deepens to a sombre hue A^ulght obscures the dome of blue. ' And, as the twilight steals away, The oonsort of the queen of day Begins her gentle nightly reign. On valley, mountain, sea and plain. , Serenely o'er tho shaded earth, . Her radiant countenance sends forth : A gentle, pale and welcome light To break the umbrage of the night, All nature sinks to quiet rest. The sounds of day no more molest. While sweetly on the brow of night. The moon lets fall her gentle ligh{. . • How sweet to spend an hour or two, -:-: Wl^en moonlightsparkleson tbedew,- With some dear friend in social talk, ~ And pleasant evening ride or walk.' How oft beneath a moonlit sky. Hath love's impassioned, tender tie Been fi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 April 1899

• THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS. APRIL 29, 1899. * ~ 4 ®hc Slbtwcate. Entered in the Pottqffict at Sturgeon Bay, fffc., second^ats matt vuitter. PUBLISHED EVKIIY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year/............ *............. — .$1.50 Six mdntbs. ••••• Four months.... ... Two months... ..., Single copies .......—.................. : Two dollars will bo charged If not Pftld within the year. AMONG. DOOR COUNTY FARMERS STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 30,4850 The Mills' Bill Knocked Out. II telegram to THE ADVOCATE from Madl- eon, dated April 27th, conveys the informa­ tion that thfe bill Introduced In both houses of the legislature to tax vessel property 3 cents • par ton has been defeated. Not only this, but • the laws of 1895 and 1S9? governing this mat­ ter have also been repealed, which leaves the lsw just where it was prior to the change, namely, that all floating property must be assessed in the same manner and In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 April 1899

BAY, WIS., Al'lUI. 29, 1899. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, APJIIL 29I 1839. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor -AROUKD HOME, 1 r —There will be no services in the Moravian church inext Sunday, —Following\"is the advertised letter list: Miss Johls Mehcely, Edward,Bune. —The Lady Maccabees will initiate a class of eleven on Tuesday afternoon next. ' —Martin Dehos. has opened a grocery store in the Mainz block, and is now ready for busi­ ness. ' ' • _FatherJBroens is having the interior of his residence remodeled and otherwise improved. The work is being done by Russell & Berger­ on and Chris. Propsom. ^ —Fred. M. Ffeifer, the market man, reports bneiheBS in his line lively. But Both pork and beef are scarce in this market and the out­ side cities have to be drawn upon for a sup' \"ply of both. • - - —The Langenkamp lot will either be sold very soon now or else a building erected there­ on. It is located on the corner of Main and Spruce streets, and was the former site of the court ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 29 April 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 29,. 1899, ROBIN AND ANNA. She listens—\" 'Tis the wind.\" shi^cries / • ••* ' The moon that rose.Bofnll anil bright. Is now o'eroasi she looks, she slRhs, She fears'twill be a stormy night. Not long was Anna wed. Her niate, - A fisherman, wai ont at sea . The night was dark the honr was lato. The wind was high—and where Is be? . ' \" Oh. who would love, oh, who would wed A wandering fisherman, to be A wretched, lonely wife, and dread Bach breath that blows, when he's at scar' Not long was Anna wed. One pledge Of tender love her bosom bore _ The storm comes down! the bllloWB rage 1. Its father Is not yet on shore' ...\"\" Oh: she would think her portion blest, : A wandering seaman's wife to be, To nug-the Infant to her breast. Whose father's on a stormy sea !1'• V The thunder bursts! the lightning falls I The casement rattles with the rain And as the tempest bawls. The little cottage quakes again! She doesn't speafe she doesn'tklgh \" , She ga...

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 — 29 April 1899

BAY, WIS., APKII. 29, 1899. SK' DRY QOOOSi GROCERIES, ETC. E. Ji. ANDERSON. i)BA3UKB IN - : • • Dry Qoods, Groceries, • AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, . BAT VIEW. WIS. A full assortment of all gooda in my lino al­ ways on band, at Prices as low as any store in Door connty. x. Agent for the White Star Li ne of Steamers V. 4 O. MASHEK. V. MASHEK. 0. MASHEK. The V.&C. MASHEK CO., DtiaiersIn Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. Also ' Laifeer, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Ek Store located at Whlteflsh Bay. Piers at WhiteSah Bay and Lily Bay. The highest market price paid for all kinds ol forest produots de­ livered at the piers. 857\" 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 $s important. Ordinarily the best groceries cost a great deal more than poor groceries, but \"&t our pres­ ent prices you can .order a bill of groceries at practically the same cost as the poo...

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 — 29 April 1899

RGKON BAY, WIS., APRIL 29, 1899. SMITH. BA5SFORD OO. are We have just placed on exhibition the, largest assort- men of Ladies' Belts that has ever been shown in,the city. All colors and prices—500 to choose from at |0CV 12c, I5C, 20cy 23c, 24c, 25c, 26c, 28c, 36c, 40c, 45c, 4yc. Our Sunbeam Crystal and Gold Glass patterns that we have in the window are hummers. Your choice for |Qc- 150 pieces to choose from. JEWELRY. ' AJbran new line of Shirt Waist Sets a:nd Cuff Buttons iii the latest styles: Cuff Buttons at 10c, l'5c, 20c, 25c and 36c. Shirt Waist Sets at 25c, 35c, 55c and 60c. Breast l'insat 35c, 45c and 50c. Initial Pins at 5c—Gold Plated. YOURS TO PIEASE, CO. leaders of ixw pricks. f. w. froemke. City Drug Store •• Spring has come at last and now is the time to clean your system by using blood-purifying medicines such as........ •... • B e g g ' s B l o o d P u r i f i e r , s and others and for Catarrli sufferers •twe.would recommend.... Hall's Catarrb Cure and Dr. Hawaii's P...

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

Mmrmmm E • made Admiral Dewey's name a ft shining light in our nation's'hia- j| tory. Now Is the accepted time_ E : for you to add your namp to our C . . .. .subscription list. The cost is • BmaU. thebeneSts great. i.-c:' 9WUUMUWmWkWlilUMUMkM+ Siatogiasl So. DEWEY is a Camlliar hiime inevety ho-jse- hoid in the land. THE AOVO- WIB is a family paper and- should be in every household in .the county.,- Subscribe st_once. I (.80 per year, ' VOLUME 38--N0. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY 6. 1899. 1.50 A LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. § | STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF .THE UNSALTED SEAS. | KuUuUUUUliUUUUlULUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUiUlUUUUUUlLiiUUUailiilM Tlie Aberdeen Libeled. The towbarge Aberdeen, which was last, . year owned by William Gerlaeb, of Cleveland, was seized by DeputyMarehal Johnson at Milwaukee on a libel for $1875 salvage charges, brought by the Crosby Transporta­ tion Co., of Milwaukee. She will be offered for sale May 15. , On October 26th last, daring the big storm , on ...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 May 1899

THE QtlAKKKI.. . ./ \"So. I will not say good-by— - Nor fiood by, nor anything ' ' Ho is gone. l wonder why Lilacs arc not. swoet, this spring, ! Ho.w that tiresome bird will stag, •I might follow bim and say N . Juat as be forgot to klssv Baby, when lie wont away, • , Kverythinc I want. 1 miss. , Oh, a precious world Is tbls! - - • •: What if nicbt camo aDd not her Something might mislead his feet. Boes tbo moon rise late? Ah roe! * These are the things that he might meet, ' New the rain begins to beat \" So It will bo dark. The bell f— y Some one some one loves Is dead. •Woreithe—? 1 cannot tell Half tha fretful words I Bald, U-tlf the fretful tears I shed. • Dead? and but to think of death 1 Men might bring him through the gate * ^iips that have not any breath. . ' Eyes that staro-^-? And I must wait IS it time, oris ft late? I was wrong, and Wrong, andwrong , I will tell him,.oh, be sure . M tha heavens are bullded strong ' Love shall therein be secure Love like mine shall there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 May 1899

v \\ THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY. 6, 1899. DBEAMKSTG OF l&B PAST. Before the&re the old man alts • TonlBht, and dreams of yaniahed.aayB, While o'er Ms looks of silver flits - A golden balo from the blaze.. And.ln the rttddy flame he Sees . : . Dear faces that he used to know. And bears fig&iB the birds and bees Of gammers ended long ago. He sees a meadow (treea with spring. And April vlokts In the {mm And hears a blnebird earollng High overhead aB warm winds pass. 7- The sky Is bright with springtime gold, - - The earth la full of promises The orchard's folded blossoms hold • r The apples of the Hesperldes. . A maiden's hani he holds In bis. And tells the story of his love, And seals It with a lover's kiss, - The red rose of her mouth above, Se reads her answer in her eyes, • tike violets', after April rain. And through bis being swiftly flies A bliss that Is akin to pain. \" '' . The scene Is changed.\" Sweet bridal bells' Come rinsing down the years to him, A...

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 — 6 May 1899

V THE ADVOCATE, .STURGEON BAT, WIS. MAY 6,. 1899. gtlwucate. . Entered in the Poftqfilce at Sturgeon Bay, HI?., at . eteond-tiassmaU matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUB- GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. .J1.S0 . .75 , .50 One year Six months. Four months.... ... Two months.... Single ooples (3Sr~Two dollars, Will be charged If not paid Wlthtn the year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1890, FROM. THE NATION All CAPITOIi. 'J, jv, • Agultialdo'B supplication for peace came BO close upon, the declaration of President McKlnley that the revolt should be put down no matter how much money It cost nor how many men It might require'to convince even the. most doubting that the Filipinos had been kept Informed of everything done in i -' this country, and have acted upon'the Infor­ mation. Had they not received encourage­ ment from this country, which caused them to believe that there was a possibility of our withdrawing from the islands, if they foug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 May 1899

THE ADVOCATE, BAY, WIS., MAY 6, 1899. ©he glfcwMwte* 8T0BGE0N BAY. SATURDAY. MAY 6. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND . HOME. —Bnt very few farmers to 1)6 seen to town these days, time being too preelons to waste J'jUBtno%::.::v\" •. —'Wo. A. \"Lawrence- has resigned as school commissioner o( the Third ward, but his suc­ cessor has not jbt been named. \" r —There will be Scandinavian services In the Moravian church Sunday morning and Bngllsh services In the evening. •... —The' W. 0. T. U. will meet at the parlors of the Congregational church, next Tuesday ' p. m. May 9th, at 3 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. —The morning train continues late from an hour to an hour and a half nearly every day of the six. The night train comes in-prompt- ly on time, however. —The J. C. Dana Co. on Saturday sold four .- lumber wagons to go to Kapid River and an­ other to Arthur Bay, \"Mich. The sale of ve­ hicles continues unprecedented. , —Another electric storm passed over t...

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 — 6 May 1899

p-gi ADVOCATE, STURGEON 6/ . MS LITTLE WIFE. She Isn't very pretty , •: (So say my lady frionu1-): She's neither vtlso nor witty With verbal odds and ends. NQ fleeting freaks of fashion '• Aoross her fancy run . . Sbe'a never in a passion— Except a tender one. Her voice la low and cooing , She listens more than speaks , •While others talk of doing, The duty near she seeks. It may be but to burnish Theeldeboard's scanty plate, Or but with bread to furnish The beggar at the gate. So I, who seo what graces She pficds ob lowly life. To fashion's fairest faces Prefer my little wife. And though at her with pity The olty dames may smile. Who deem her hardly pretty And Badly out of style. To me she seems a creature So musically sweet, I would not change one feature— One outre from crown to feet. And If I could be never ... Her lover and her mate, I think I'd be forever The beggar at the gate. .: K- Si . • iSsi j^ekfed Jiliatellang. . - .. BY ANKE KIBKLAND. It used'to be the custom, a centur...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 6 May 1899

PHY GOODS, QROfcEBlHS, ETC E. N. DEAXEB IK •• . Dry Qoods, Groceries, , AND GENERAL MERCHANDISER BAT VIEW, Wia A fafi assortment of all goods In my line al­ ways on band, 'at Prices as low as any store In Door county. / **„••'•. • • Agent for the : White Star Lino of Steamers y. « O. MA3HEK. The V. & C. MASHEK CO., Dealersin Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. ' A18® ':'::7 iWber, Ties, F^ste, Wood^ ^ Bark, Etc. Store located at Whlteflsb Bay. Piers at WhlteSsh Bay and Lily Bay. The highest market prloe paid for all kinds of. forest products de­ livered at the piers. , , 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. 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 same cost as the poor kind You can save money by placing your order wit...

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

. jslft* SMjTHiMikS&POBD CO., oo. f^'\" 1 leaders OF LOW PRICES. Every boat brings us a fresh supply of merchandise1— and all of the very best quality. OI R WHANG LEATHER SHOE IS A HUMMER. Ladies's Shoes—90c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.28, $.1.33, $1,47, $1.69, $1.79, ,••• $2,00, $3.25, $2.50 and.$2.75. : Men's Shoes (Plow)—98c, $1.25, : $1 35, $1.45, $1.69 , $1.79, $1.98, $2.10, $2.25, $2.25, $2.49' and $3.0°. Misses' Shoes—2 & to 4, Spring Heel—$ 1.25, $ 1.50 and $ 1.89.: Children's Shoes—i'8c, 2oc, 250, 350,' 4oc,4yc, 59c, 6gc,jgcy 90c, $1.00 and up to $1.50.- A good Java Coffee, worth 15c, foj'.. .i .10c 4-gailon keg Syrup for 98c 17 lbs. Sugar, worth $1.25, at $1.00 Your Trade Wanted. Also Butter and Eggs Wanted. f. w. froemke. City Drug Store Spring has come at last and now is the time to clean your system by using blood .purifying - medicines SUCh'as and others and for Catarrh sufferers we would recommend.. whichitwo . latter remedies have a world-wide reputation for their cur...

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