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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 May 1899

r THE 3thtj0cat£. 8T0HGKON BAT. SATURDAY. MAY 27,1899. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND HOME. —The following is the advertised letter list: Daniel Bebby, Joe. Challe. —Memorial day next Tuesday, May 30tb. The ueual program will be carried out. —The usual services In the Moravian church on Sunday. Sunday school begins at 9 a. m. '.' sharp. • —Domlalck Dondlinger has taken the job to do the stone work on Alex.Johnson's new blacksmith shop. • —Strawberries from abroad have become quite plenty in tbls market now that they have come down to ten cents and less for a quart box. * —Our doctors report very little sickness in the city and vicinity at the. presents time. What there is Is among children, some of whom are affected with a sort of croup. —And. Anderson Is having his residence re­ constructed. Wm, Barahardt is also enlarg- , lng and remodeling his home on Church street. Louis Relchel Is likewise Improving his residence. —The crows are such a nuisance in the eastern part o...

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 — 27 May 1899

'Y s ' THE WAY TO SING. The btfds must know. Who wisely bIdrs, , Will sine as they ' , The common air has generous winds. Songs make their way. No tneagpnger to run before. Devising plan Uo mention of the place or honr •' To any man No waiting till some sound betrays A listening ear No different voioe, no new delays. If steps draw near. VWhat bird is that! Its song Is good.\" And eager eyeB 60 peering through the dosky wood In glad surprise. Than late at night, when by hjs fire The traveler sits, Watching the dame grow brighter, higher, ' The sweet song flits By snatches through his weary brain To help him rest When next he goes that road again, • . An empty nest On leafless bough will make him sigh . \"Atame! lastspriDg 'Just here I heard, in passing by,. ,That rare bird sing,!' Bat while he sighs, remembering How sweet the song. The little bird on tireless wing Is borne along In other air, and other men With weary feet. On other roads, the t-imple strain ' Are finding sweet. The b...

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 — 27 May 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS., MAT 27, 1899. DRY-GOODSvdRdCEBie&'CTC. E N. SNDBRSOIft . •: deaiee n? , •\" . ' Dry Qoods, Qroceries, : AND GENERftL MERCHANDISE, BAT VIEW. WIS. /.' „ A fall assortment of all goods in in line al- •waya on band, at Prloes as low as an store In D o o r c o u n t y . . . . Agent tor the WhiteStar Lin© of Steamers V. A C. MASHEK. a MAJ3EEK, The V. & G. MASHEK CO., Dealers in Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Etc. - • \" . • ' . O • A l s o ' Mer, Ties, Posts, Wooi, Bark, Etc. • 8toro located at Whlteflsh Bay. Plera at Whlteflah 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. FRANK d. SH1MMEL. 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 bur pres ent prices you can order a bill of groceries at pra...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 27 May 1899

T'*' THE AYDOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 27, 1&9. f e . ' SIMITH, BA38FORD OO. .We enclose! you a few of our many bargains in Summer ^oods and Clothing: Canvas telescopes— l-S-'inch, 59c, io-iuch, 74c 23-inch, 80c _24-inch, 90c. 1 _ - Rubber Cohered Talises—i6-incb, 40c iS'-inch, 45c 20-inch, 49c? 33-incb, 59c ^4-inch, 60c. • .. - *- Hats—Children's arid Misses Sailor Hats worth 15c at roc and: \"12c. O thjer H^ts at 5c, .ioc, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 49c. ' Clothing—Knee—Pants Suits, 10 \"to 15 years, checked satinet worth $ 1.25V at 89c. Black Cheviot Suits, 9 to 15 yfs., grey cloth, as good as any $3.50 suit, our price $2.75. Menrs Tan Glay Worsted Suits, -same as sold for $r2,oo, our price, $9.79.. Men's Grey Melton Suits, $ 1 o.OOjyf^r $8.89.' ' . . . . :c.: 25 piepes Scotch Lawns in checks and stripes and .blacky With \\yhlte j m n i d o t j ^ a l f ^ c y d . , w o r t h 8 c . : - V . , , ^ , a5 pidces Barode Batiste 36 inches wide, all colors, at-12c, worth 18c ! „ A good...

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

EXMS10H •' is a good policy—in local as wcll'as national affairs, We are always reaching out for new subscribers. \"Expanding our zone- of usefulness for their, benefit. Are you one of them? If hot, fall in .line. '. ' S1.50 per year. . ' r \\ So«l«if • ' \" ^ AHTI-EXPAHSIOH - *•. is a non-progresai^e, xontraeted doc­ trine in private as vtrell as nations! affairs. We want all. humanity to • partake of the good things our ,gov- . era^ient offers to its,subjects, and we . want all our people to partake of the good subjects the ADVOCATE will offerthecomlneyear. Subscribe-now! VOLUME 38--NO. 8. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JKXE 3.1899. $1.50 A YEAR. J!innininniiiHtHiiiii?iiiiiiniiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiiHiniMiHirininH!HH)i?iiiiiiin?i?iia LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. | STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OP THE UNSALTED SEAS. | aUtUiUuuiuUiUiluuimimmiuuuuiiuuunuim^utiiuunnHtmuuuuuunuuura Drowned at Cscanaba. \"~ A dispatch from Escanaba dated Monday says that while attempting to go aboard the steam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 June 1899

THE AVDOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 3, 1899. 7 \" THE MOTHER OF A SOJMDIEtt. ThQ mother of a soldier—hats off to her, I say! Tt» mother of a soldier who has gonotofaoe tlio ' fray She gave him to her country vtlth a\"blosaIne on , his hoad-r , Sho found his name t bis morning In the long Uet of the dead '•Killed—Sergeant Thomas Watklns, while lead' tag on the rest, ' A Bible In his pooket and a portrait on his i&rcast!\" THKS mother of a soldier—she gave him to her land . •Sbs shw him on the. transport as he wared his 'sun-browned hand \" . , She kisned him through the tear drops and she told him to be brave . , Ber prayers went night and morning with her ' boy upon the wave. .• Tho mother* ot a soldier—her comfort and her . jjy. • She «avo her dearest treasure when she gave her only boy 1 She saw the banners waving, she heard the peo- pleoheer • She clasped her. hands and bravely looked away to bide a tear. Tiio motbet\" of a1 soldier—Ah! cheer.the hero - : deed, * And che...

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

. , THE ADVOCATE, STPKGEON BAY, WIS, JUNE 3, 1899. ' '\\v' r RAILROADS. SUPERIOR DIVISION. USOIA KM BIN WUWna o \\«EN*» PLYMOUTH 'MIEWAUKSB I I. I».^ CHICAGO SOLID TRAINS! FAST TIME! Pullman. BufFett Sleeping Cars. All Ticket Agents sell tickets via the Chioago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. , Sleeping Car accommodations can, be secured by writing or wiring, - G. II. HEAFFORD, __ _ ,. . . __ G. P. & T. Agt, Chioago. W. E. TYLER, • G. F. & P. Aet., Green Bay, Wis. : _ Tlokets to all points on the Chi., Mil , & St. Paul, and all oonneotlrig lines, may be had in this city at the , MERCHANTS EXCHAMEBAlffi,-Agents, KEWAUNEE SHORT LINE.' POPULK-R:+ R0UT6 . BETWEEN Green Bay, Winona, la Crowe, Stevens Point, Grand Sapids, St. Paul, Minneapolis AND AT.!, POINTS IN THE WEST an4 NWRTHtVEST. KEIADNEE, GREEN BAY & WESTERN R. R, THE SHORT LINE —TO— , New York, Boston, Piiiladelphia, Washington, Buffalo, Detroit, and'Toledo. CAR FERRIES ACROSS LAKE MICHIGAN BOTH SUMMER AND WINTER, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 June 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY,oWIS„ JUNE 3, 1899. -•ifr ©he^bxrocatc. Entered in the rottoffice at Sturgeon Say, Wis., as * tecond-clafs mall matter. • FtTBUSHBP EVERT SATURDAY AT- STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. » FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor , RATES. OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oijeyear. .....\"• $1.50 Bli months .75 Four months .50 Two-taontha .25 Single copies ,05 p?~ Two dollars will Be oharged lf not paid within tho year. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 3. 1899. ' _ Queon Victoria celebrated the eightieth an- nlvere&ry ot her birth on May 24th. She Is the oldest relgntbg sovereign in the world, and tier mental fscuUlea remain unimpaired. The American Flint GlaespBBOclatlon, which employs 7500 laborers', hai recently re-estab ltahed their wages to what they were in 1892 and 1893, 'soon after which a cut ot trom 10 to 15 per cent was made. The Wisconsin congressional delegation, which met in Milwaukee last Saturday, unanl mously decided to support General Hender­ son of Iowa, for speaker. Ohio...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 June 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STCRGEOS BAY, WIS. JUNE 3, 1899. ®he Jlbxtocrttc. STURGEON BAY.' SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 18D9. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND HOME. —The following la the advertised letter list: Mr. Otto Fuerat, Mr. Geo. Boyer, Mr. E. B. Farmer. ,N\\' —Regular monthly meeting of the common council next Tuesday evening. The- board of education meets Monday night. —The public schools will take their summer vacation on June 16th and remain closed until along about the first of September. —The livery stables did a rushing business on Memorial day, when every available con­ veyance was pressed Into service and the cry was for more. —Robert Templeton, of Sevastopol, died of typhoid fever this Friday morning. He ,was the eldest son of Capt. Allen Templeton and about 20 ybars of age. —Mrs. Andy Banrahah Is having a neat lit­ tle residence constructed In this: city on the premises of her son James. Xt Will, bo occu­ pied by herself when completed. / —The Mi' E. aid society will have Ano...

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

n'l. •, ~ \" , i. - ' ' ' THE ADVOCATE, BAY, WIS., JUKE 3, 1899. •- ~ i z*r | |f,it \"• TEE MINER'S BRIDE. . Old friend, you have been man long years away, . But yon surely remember May Lane, And the wedding that was to bave been.rone Jane day. In the old minor's ont on the plpin. • Well, i he passed us Just now, with a staff can In the°thin*°atooptnf? flgdre, and sad, mournful • . face,- Any sign of the beautiful, beautiful girl. • 'Whose face set all the lad's hearts In a whirl, And whose step was the symbol of grace t. Ah, the Borrow that blighted-her'sweet young life. When the miners oame -borne with the news That be whom she loved would\"-ne'er caliber his wife I And that even the tnlne had refused To glve.up the dead youth it had buried so deep That love oould not reaoh him in this, his last sleeps- There was one shriek of grief, one wild cry of pain. And tbe blooming' young bride never smiled once again. tt - \" But a wldoiy, unwed, live to weep 1 For forty long years dlcHt...

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Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 3 June 1899

THE ADVOCATE, SIDBGEON BAT, WIS., JDHE 3, 1899. DRY GOODST/GROCERIES, ETC. E. N. HNDERSON, , DEALER IK J)ry Goods, Groceries, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE BAY VIEW. WIS. A foil assortment of all goods in my line al* v?ays on hand, at Prices as low as atiy store in Door county. *. Agent for the . White Star Ltne of Steamers V. 4 O. MASHEK. y. HASHES. 0. MAflHEK. Tbe V.&G. MASHEK CO., — Dealers in ) Dry Goods, Provisions, Groceries, Ktc. \" • • /' Also •••• ' k::.- Laifeer, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark Eh Store located at Whlteflsh Bay. Piers at Whlteflsh Bay and Lily Bay. Tbe highest market price paid for all klndB of foreBt produots 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- 1 ent prices you cart order a bill of groceries at practically t...

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 — 3 June 1899

SMITH, BASSF^ORD OO. SPECIAL SALE! Qui Price on 0lothiHg! From June 4tK tQ the 11 th I $22.00 Men's Suits for $11.00 . $8.do W pn's Suits for %-79 -20.Q0 \"4t\"' 'it (C IO.OO 7.00 u 4-59 • i':.. . ' 1S.OO tl « 9.OO . 6.00 u • 4 : « ' 4-29 16.OO - .« it S.00 5-°P « 4i 3-98 * I4.OO (i u ( 7.OO / 4^00 it T ^ U , it $•29 12.00 « 4S ? Xi . 6.6O 3*°° it.' - ' r . . 2.98 •\\'A' . ' IO.OO •. tt a 5.00 All other goods proportionately low SPECTACLES to fit any eyes at... 12c, .25c, 75c. CJO. F. W. FROEMKE. City Drug Store Spring has come at last and now fs the time to clean your system by using blood -purifying medicines such asi'.. Paine's Celery Compound, and others and for Catarrh sufferers we would recommend.... Hairs Catarrh Cure and Dr. Hartman's Perm which two latter remedies have a world-wide reputation for their cura­ tive powers and have relieved many sufferers from this dreaded disease. All the above medicines are for sale at the CITY DRUG STORE, Stur geon Bay, Wis. . p. U...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 June 1899

JOB JafORK... Note Heads, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Statements (large or small), fags, Envelopes, Circulars, Pam­ phlets, Posters Dodgers, (all sizes) and all work in -this line done at reasonable rates at this office. 4 s JOB MO Is'our specialty. A business man is judged by the neatness of his note head, the same as an indivii- lial is judged, by ths clothes he wears, if you get your work done ' hire you'will not be misjudged YOLUME 38--NO. 9. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 10.1899. 1.50 A YEAR, LAKE NAUTICAL AFFAIRS. I STORY OF A WEEK AMONG JACK TARS OF THE CNSALTED SEAS a itkliliUi\\kklillllikUUlUUiliaiiUtUlllUUUUlllliitlllUikUUUlliiUUlUlitlitULUililUn Vessel Agents ITIystl0od. Chicago vesEel agents incline to the belief that higher rateB are being paid on ore from Escanaba than are given oat at Cleveland, otherwise they cannot explain why some ships are.being sent for ore after being offered grain cargoes at a higher freight than is given out. Co-Operative Towing Company. T...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 June 1899

THE AVDOCATE, STURGEON BAY, ^1S., JUNE 10, 1899. • THE TWO GLASSES. There sat two glasses, filled to thebrlrp, • rich man's table, rim to Tim, Ope was ruddy and red as blood. And ono.aa clear as, the crystal flood. Said the glass of wlno to the paler brother, \"Let ns tell the taileB of the past to each other, \"X can tell of banquet, and revel, and mirth. And the proudest and grandest souls on earth Fell under my touch as though strook by blight Where I was king, for X ruled In might. Prom the heads of kings I have torn theorown From the heights of fams I . have hurled men down. I have blasted many an honored name I hnvo taken virtue and glv.en Bhame. I have tempered youth with si sip, a taste That has made l^is future a barren waste. : Far greater than a king am I Or than any army beneath thejjky. \"I have made the arm of the driver fall. And sent the train from the Iron rati. I have made good ships go down at sea. And the shrieks of the lost vrere sweet to me. For they said, beho...

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 — 10 June 1899

TEE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS. JUNE 10, 1899. / • RAILROADS. MAP OF Chicago, Milwaukee & St.Paal SUPERIOR DIVISION r 6A00U (MICWAUKEB CHICAQO SOLID TRAINS! PAST TIME! Pullman Buffett Sleeping Cars. All Tlofcet Agents sell tiokets via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. Sleeping Car aooo'mmodatlons can Ije 'secured by writing or wiring. • G. H. HEAFFORD, _ _T„ .. G. P.-fc T. Agt., Chicago. W. E. TYLER. G. E. fc P. Agt., Green Bay, Wis. Tickets to all points on the Chi., Mil., &. St. Pan! atid all oonneoting lines, may be had in this city at the MERCHANTS EXCHANGE-BANK, Agents. A CENTEIfNIAL DKEAM. I read of things Centennial, Till, weary of that tone. The cat, I, and the orioketa Dozed in tha summer noon. . Lot IqthefragTant silenoe I slepta hundred years! And woke to war of cannon And new Centennial cheers. I robbed my eyes In wonder,. For roand me, here and there. With double sails, like blisters Went small boats thro' the air. The very cannon thundered, \"Without gunp...

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 — 10 June 1899

f THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JDNE 10, 1899. ©he JUnutcate. \\gnttred in tht Tostorfce at Sturgeon Bay, THs., at : aeeoad-doftntau matter. ' ' PUBLISHED EVERY.'SATUliDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAT. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor RATES, OF SUBSCRIPTION* . • One year......'• —•••••••• • • • • A —-J k&jj. 'Six Taonths. ........ .........i.... .to Pour months... .ou Two months.... .as Single copies...:'. — —........ .05 1ST* Two dollars will be oharged If not paid ' within the year. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, JUNE 10. 1899. FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITOL. President McKInley will isBub no call for yolnntuers for the Philippine? for some tUne, If it all. Owing to the rainy seaeon, no extenr military operations, will be conducted In the Philippines tpfore fall. Gen. Otis has re-: 'ported that 80,000 men are all that he will seed, and regulars will be sent to him In suffl- ' clent numbers to keep his army at about that •amber and still allow all of the volunteers who i^Ish to do so, to r...

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 — 10 June 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS. .Jl'SE 10, 1899. ©heJUttwcate. 8TCTKGEON BAY. SATURDAY, JUNK 10,1899. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor AROUND HOME. —Children's Bay will be observed at the Congregational church on Sunday morning at 10:80. . —The following Is the advertised letter list: H. B. Kander, Arthur Jones, attorney at law, Wm Johnston. „ ' —Another down-pour occurred about noon Wednesday, but 'since that tlmd clear weather basbeen oar portion. . —Mrs. Arthur Teweles gave an ice cream Boclal Thursday afternoon for the benefit of the, M, E.' church fund. —Buyers are paying 20 cents for what old potatoes are offered, and the forward move­ ment has set in once again. —A class of 36 took their First Communion In St. Joseph church on Sunday : morning. The parochial school closes on June 27th. 'The W. G. T. XJ. will meet at the Congre­ gational church Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 for the purpose of taking a 'bus ride to the home of Mrs. £d DeSmith. —Some fine strings of black bass...

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 — 10 June 1899

Bald his fancies lace, and there decidea the affairs of the entire district. - Over 2,000 men owe al- legience to the union. No man, unless a member of the union, up to the time, of the strike, could get employment In the large mines, and those working in a few of the smaller mines of tho district not un­ der union sway found and attacked when they ventured into the towns, these encounters generally in shooting affrays, in which the no men were the victims. The latter, if they recovered from their wounds, might ap­ peal to the law if so inclined, but that is Iftll the good it would do them. Every officer of Shoshone county is either a ber of the ^miners' union or a creature of its-creation, and obedient to its behests. The union was superior to the law, and its oftheir high estate. If the union men were so unfortunate as to be killed the murders were, generally found to have been justifiable-committed in self defense—and the murderers became the heroes of the hour as the champions...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 10 June 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 10, 1899: V. & C. MASHEK. The V. & C. MASH1K CO., Dealers In Dry Goods, Provisioiis, Groceries, Etc. . •' • • Also . Loiaber, Ties, Posts, Wood, Bark, Et?. Store located at Whltefish Bay. Piers at Whltefish Bay and Lily Bay. The highest market Bvered rfoe paid for all kinds of forest products de- at the piers. .. /_ • . per* communication with all parts', by tele­ phone. - FRANK 1. 8HIMMEL. 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 saye money fty placing your order witli us. FRANK JTSHIMMEL,' THE GROCER. MU3IOAL. INSTRUMENTS. JOHN FEUTOSTBIN. • O. A. MASSE JOHN. FEUERSTEIN & CO., .. , Dealers In Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Violin Strings, Etc. » An assortment of Constantly oh h...

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 — 10 June 1899

THE ADVOCATE, BAT, WIS SMITH, BA3SFORD OO A Brand New Line of Fur Collarettes We're Bound to Make Them .Move. Ladies' Collarettes worth $10.00 for only........$6.29 « , « « 9.60 « « 6.29' « \" « « 8.00 « \"4.88 \". « \\ 6.00 \" \" 3.99 „• f . \" \",'r. 5.50 « « ........ B.69 ' . , '5.90 \" \" ........ 3.59 ' « ' « .\" 4-75 \" \" !... 3.19 a « 4.00 «. •Â« 2.29. ' . . . . B A R G A I N S . . . . ' . .....3c 5 and 7c 0 to 50C Boy's Snspenders at Better grades at ..... Men's Suspenders from. 1.8 K-n Ties at..... : ...»« Bettergradesfrom....' 9 to25o •. Neok Ties from... ...13 to 50c Boy'sFelt Hats f rem... . :....10 to ISc -SfeU's Felt Hats from .29c to $3.75 ' Hone Hair Pins at 2 for lc Stlok PlnBat.. ,.4 toUe Perfumery,\"per bottle',... .... 5: to 25c Ladies' SummerVesta from..'.. .4 to 85c Ladles' Bolts from..'. . 6 to 50c Ladles' Curling Ironrtat... 3c Bfaok Bolts and Skirt Holders at.... .....3c Shoe Laoes, good quality, per doz...... ...Co Better grade, per pair....

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