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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 October 1912

v o l. 51. NO! 29. STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1912. LOCAL iP G E N E R ^ M ^ IN E NEWS Hunsader Libel Settled. The \"following dispatch, published - in the daily papers, is o f special-interest to local marine .readers: The Great Lakes Towing company has filed in federalacourt in Cleveland libels against tw o scows and one tug .for the satisfaction • of claims arising out- o f . re • pairs made by the company. According to the libel the company made repairs amounting to $491.62 on the steam tug John Hunsader. Repairs amounting to $403.94 were made on scow 'N o. 16 and repairs amounting to $550 to .scow No. 3. For nohe of these, the company, states, has payment been made. The Hunsader hails from this port, and is Sunder charter at the Lake Erie port, whither she went a couple of years ago. Mr. Smith, owner of' the Hunsader, re­ ceived a telegram the first of the week to the effect that the tug nor any of his „ boats had been libeled, the m atter , hav­ ing been settl...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 October 1912

»* /* „i 1 ' i‘ f ^ 5 1 H E S T tlS G E O H B A Y A D V O C A T E , O C T O B E R 10, 1912.\" INDIAN WARFARE. bled:-inVfront of NEWS OF FORTY of our host. where they were joined by others of tficir tribe, am ong whom were (The following interesting historical several squaws and children. • The sight incident w as w ritten by. the late H enry , ^ e y presented to' view w as the m ost S. Baird, and printed yi the first issues 'of jhorrible and disgusting th a t can fle im - The Advocate upw ard o f a half century 'agined. and could be devised only by ago, and. is now .republished for the ben- |fiem)g i,i human form. The scalps of tile efit of the present generation. Mr. Baird .8lali* were painted and attached Jto poles., first came to th e Green Bay country i n j a |so-. several of the limbs, hands,./fingers, 1825, and continued to reside there u n til 'etc., were suspended in the sam e.m anner, his death in 1875.—Efi. Advocate.) • Jan(l carried in procession by the women ' The rapid...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 October 1912

V . 4 THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 10, 1912 •• - : (The-Searchlight.) . . ' ■ INSURGENCY AND TAXES IN.‘ -B Y H.. ROSEKKBANZ. ' In this article is very concisely presented -a view of the cost which ' the orgy of “reform” has imposed / upon .the people of W isconsin.: The . people of the nation fare confronted with a proposition to embark the 'Federal government, upon a similar -debaucli.' As Wisconsin is the “lab­ oratory” it will do no harm to look a t some, of the product. Insurgency is dead! On Ncbo’s lonely mountain lies another unmarked grave— or perhaps nothing -so dignified as that. I t may be in thoir haste to hear tlje band play sat the Peace Congress of Arm­ ageddon, the. cohorts of Reform merely forgot the Pompadour Prophet and couldn’t remember now, for the life of them, what kind of a Bluff farm it was from -whence proceeded th at erstwhile fountain of wisdom. Anyway, if one of the dear Plain Pee- pul were asked a t the present tim e.to tell who was Robert Mari...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 October 1912

/THE-'' ST10EGEON~^^ Entered in the Post-office' a t Sturgeon , ■ Bay, \\Viti., a s second-class matter.. ' i . C b n tiu b e d f n -m -F ir-l 1’ai.a SEV A STO PO L. Henry M artin-has again raised a .big. M:- U \\ * _ _ 1 cron of onions on liis truck farm near F RANK LONG. Editor and Proprietor j Thc qim,ity - ' - ■ - - a ]s0 0f tlie best. Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon . Bay, W is. \\ R A T E S OF SU BSCH1PTION. One y e a r .................. S1.50 S ix m o n th s ..-. ............................. .«» F o u r m o n th s . ......... ' . . . . . . . .0 0 Tw o m o n th s . ......................................... •-« S in g le c o p ie s .. . ............ .05 Two d o lla rs w ill b e ch arg ed if not paid w ithin th e y ear. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. October ,10.. 1012. The death-toll of aviators on Sunday was three—tjyb iu-Oermany and one in Rochester,\" X.Y. The latter was a Jap, i whose machine struck a large windmill causing a faii of about forty feet. It is a ’stand-off...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 October 1912

± THE STPRQEON BAY -ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 10,-1912,-. F R A N K LO NG , E d ito r .an d P ro p rie to r. Sturgeon. Bay, Wis. October 10,. 1912. LOCAL ITEMS.. Open Will.-—The will of Ole* Nelson was opened and read in the county Court on Tuesday- Letter List.—Henry Frasclij Laura Graham, G. M arkert, Mrs. Olongcis, Or. G. S. Pennington./ . , M. W. A. Will M eet—Members of the M. W.'A/ will hold a regular meeting on Monday evening next. Members who are interested in the new rate are requested to attend and discuss the m atter with their neighbors! . Devotional Services.—Forty hours de­ votion services have been - held . in the Catholic churches of the city since Tues­ day and will end today. Fr._ Broehs of St. Joseph church is assisted in the .ser­ vices by three priests. . . ’ Business Places ' Move.-rThe harness shop of Jos. McNceley and electrical Bup- ply house of L. H. Nebel were moved into the Schuyler building on Saturday. They now have considerable more room in which to displa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 October 1912

■ THE STURGEON ?AÂ¥~AJV oCATE, OCfOBEH 10, 1912. H ER ATTRACTIONS. sjtcak of the mtiaic and, above all, of the two rival piniiist*. Chopin played rarely. He only made up his miipt to 1 be-heard when he was sure of 'perfection. por nothing in, the world wouUt he have consented to play only passably. Liszt, on the contrary, alw ays played, well or badly, tine evening in the month of May, be- ' S h e h as n o .d a sa lln s charm s, no cla ssic grace, 'Nothing, .you. think, w in m en's hearts ab ou t her. Vet nothing a t h er sw eet and gentfe X wonder what .our lives would be j tween It and 12 o clock, the party was without her! (assembled in the large'draw ing room. ' , , [The broad windows were open, it was She has no wish in the (p»»t t a W w ■ moonlight, the nightingales V w W o u ^ d e a ^ n ' s sphere no ^ thrilling perfume of rose yearning, ■ .. - But oh .the a lta r o f hom e's sacrevi shrine She keep? th e ftty eif piire affection • burning. W e tell our g r ie fs Into...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 October 1912

i THE STOHGEOH SA Y AD^ 0 c a t e . OCTOBER 10,1912. * H E O O B H -B U B S Z nO . O, I recall, b u t dare not tell, how m any ■ years ago, A m erry group of boys and g irls ranged in a circling row. A bout a heap of golden'corn th a t graced the broad barn floor, W h ilst Autumn- sunshine’s, mellow glow feli through the. open door. F o r life w as young, and hope w as high, ■ and toll w as then a Joy How fa s t the bantering talk w ent round, how glad w as each brave boy T9 do his best, and help the, g irl who nestled a t his side T o bear the husks w hich sh e could not, and looks on h er w ith pride. B ut when th e red ear—happy c h a n c e - p ut fo rth Its crim son face, How blushed th e p retty g irl it caught how glorious the chase W hich then ensued fo r he who saw, in ',.-■/ tim e,-th e w itching bliss, M ight throw his arm s around her neck and snatch a luscious kiss! W e used to m ix red kernels in the plant- : er’s pouch, I know, For. fear the red ears all m ight f...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 October 1912

THE STURGEON -BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 10, 1912. ' ' , ' £ ^ ■ i 8 V S ? ’ r$rz I have moved my harness shop into new rooms , apd am flow better prepared to take: care of the stead- - ily business. '•’ When' iri $eed of anything 'in:.. tiaySmel ^ ^ in e a call. Seltisfectipfl guaranteed. :, : ONE DOOf?: SOUTHlooking JOE MIC N EELY ? Harness ai d Horse Goods. refer Ihose wno have not hanked w/fn as to those w ho have. XiXntlnoMl from. ErtiUirial.Pagol \"'Miss Carrie Ott65en vho -4wg- fibelT 1 cmiila.Wd ill the Detroit Harbo^Rjat^ office,* Ims biK'iy, sotiiewhat indwposed la te ly not \"being able to fill her Vacation tlie-, is3t .j:c\\v .days,-but we Iiopepo .see her back soon. Carrie liiis been there so long, that the place loo,«_^onegomij^y:itJiI,.- out her. *. i $ M A O We refer those who have not banked with-us to those who HAVE. W e are here to serve our patrons,, and atp .... willing, at any time, to advise those who - need help,or advice. You go to the doctor when you are ill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 October 1912

•LOCALSGENERAL MARINE NEWS 1 com,c,L Drowned Off the Eugene H a rt George Valliers, a deck-lmnd on H art, fell the overboard was bound-from Green Bay to this port and was about 15 miles north of Long Tail point when Valliers : in some way lost his balance and fell over the rail. That was the last seen of him. He was a heavy drinker and it is supposed thi3 was the cause of th e acci­ d en t. The drowned man was single, , .about 20 years'of age and his home was a t St. Ignace, Mich. His father is nias- er of a tug a t Cheboygan, Mich. Schooner Joses Stranded. - The schooner Joses -is ashore a t Fair- port, Mich,, and reported to be a total loss. ® ■-. The Joses, which was in command of Capt. Ole Olson, had been sent to Stur­ geon Bay, Mich., to load lumber, but on arriving a t th a t port Friday found th at the'cargo was not ready and received . orders to go to Vans Harbor and’ load. She1 got caught .in the southeast gale th a t swept the-lake Friday night and -was driven ashore ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 October 1912

IKE STBRGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, OcfilBEB 17, m 2. WBY NOT VOTE BY MAIL? , r —---------- .„, . . . To1 n,dopt this method of voting no A Plan TTiat Is Entirely F«asib.e worked Ont liew-t.o!nmjssj0,,s ni*ed be made, no ad- By County Clerk LnPlanh Explains the tiitional expense worth while need be iii- ^ Scheme in Following Article. eurred. but you will for the first 'time - --------- give the farmer, laborer, traveling man, . b y e a r l m . l a p l a n t . • merchant, spnmuii and trainman unequal ■■''.Wo have often heard the expression, opportunity to express his. choice and • “Wisconsin is the Cradle of Political Re - wishes. form” but for a real reform th at would \" - — shade all others none would benefit the CtEttSBAL MABlHta ITEMS, people lhore nor quite equal1-that of - rContmued From First pasjjjk V°To8sav th a t' it would be a vast im -1 The steamer Norton which was report-, proveme'nt . would be putting it mildly j ed ashore last week -suffered little or no L allow the Amer...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 October 1912

THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 17, 1912. BEAVER ISLAND MORMONS. A Bnel History ol King StrangV In. sular Domain. of the national courts. Strang surrend- ENGLAND IN A STATE OF DECAY, ered gracefully and with several others • . ________ Former Governor MacCorkie of W est Following is a short sketch, of the re­ markable \"reign of James Strang, king of the Mormons, who more than sixty years ago h ad ' a flourishing colony on Beaver Island, foot of Lake Michigan. The article was printed in Harper’s Mag­ azine a number of years ago, and is of . sufficient interest to w arrant its repro­ duction in The Advocate: “The community of Voree grew stead­ ily in numbers, and in 1840 its leader determined to plant a colony in the Lake Michigan archipelago. In M ay, 1847, he wi^h four others visited -Beaver Island on an errand of exploration. The few traders and fishermen already in posse- \\ . sion received them with deliberate in- hospitality but they built a camp of hemlock-boughs, foun...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 October 1912

ave. THE STURGEON BAY^iDVOCATE, OCTOBER 17,'1912. I h c ^ t M ^ c o n g a y ^ i w a f r E n te r e d in th e P o s t-o ffic e a t S tu r g e o n B a y , W is., a s s e c o n d - c la s s m a tte r . F R A N K L O N G , E d ito r a n d P r o p r ie to r . P u b lis h e d E v e r y ' T h u r s d a y a t S tu r g e o n o' B a y , W is. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTIO N. O n e y e a r . ................. — ..............- ..$ 1 .6 0 S ix m o n th s ................... .16 f o u r m o n th s ........................... , . . . . . . . . ' . .50 T w o m o n t h s . .................................. *5 Single c o p ie s .......... .. : 'V? T w o d o lla r s w ill b e c h a rg e d if n o t p a id w ith in 't h e y e a r. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., October 17, 1012. T H E D IFFE R E N C E . Don't let any workingman fail to un ­ derstand ’ the ■ political situation. Don’t ■ let any business man niake the mistake of voting for sonietliing he didn't ex­ pect or want. , J There is a difference between the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 October 1912

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 17, 1912.' FRA N K LONG, E ditor and way clear to ma.ke .tMs much-needed im­ provement next’spring iat least. .. ^ i Kewaunee’s New HoteLrr»The Jiand- RToprletor. some and commodious hotel wfiieb/Latid- 2:1 lord IV m .K arstenlifta been engaged in 1 lA.it iii— v -.'L' Sturgeon Bay, Wis., October 17, 1912. ! tniiMing. in Kewaunee to replsice what —. . . ~ ■ pvas originally the Erichseh House, is LOCALJTEMS. ’ Woman’s Suffrage Lecture.—Mrs. Em ­ ily Montague Bishop of New York will lecture on Woman’ Suffrage at Hahn’s , opera house next Tuesday, Oct. 22d. te tte r List.—ta u ra DraSsart, Nora Ferguson, Jack Gaunt, Mary H ager (2) , J. • K. Kellogg, Edna Mason, Muriel Thomas, Foreign register : for John Lorm “Bay” Door- county, Wis. Ladies Aid.—The Moravian Ladies Aid will he entertained a t the\"church parlors next Wednesday afternoon. A 15c lunch, will be served and a general invitation is extended to the public to attend. Sells Property.—Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 October 1912

7 - ~ ” ' r-': - ■ V -' k . ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 17, 1912. , THE STURGEON ^v’\"'^v'' V.''.’•- ‘^ y t'-v' •â– ' s.:' /-:-* --\"/• .-’ •• r- -• -/• v A,-/ ^ , V tT N D E C O K A T E D G R A V E S . ' %Ve hav£ laid Gur -wreaths of blossoms On the graves that ecar our soil, -.- .Where our soldiers sleep forever, Out of battle smoke and toll. Drum and cornet telling softly *. Of the hush, that lies betw'een '.- Fighting hero, bravo and bloody, {And the hlll-slde silence green.- . t'But we lay no scented chalice.], . . Wreath and crown of asphodel Over graves no flag may shadow, Soldiers who have battled well. , Hero-souls. astray in bodies ' Maybe, fashioned smair and weak. WTio have fought for truth' and honor ”VWJiere a swordmain dare not speak. Women whose.brave light Is epded.v Battuing back with needle thrust •Wolfish famine coming nearer,'. Nearer to children's crust. Holding! meantime out of ruin,' ^ Some strong man who else would sjnlc, Till . Dragged them to the river’s jrlnk. P...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 October 1912

f * f i TH E JSTURGEOtf S A Y A C V dC A fE, OCXOBER 17, 1912. £m\\, and game. . ~ ' i ..-V- ■.-. W e lo v e th e c le a r b lu e m o u n tain s. W ith • g ra c e fu l, ro u n d in g dom es, .A nd' th e la k e w ith Its' frin g e d Isla n d s A nd I t c irc le of su m m e r h om es. \"“-'V “B u t\" th e .d e a r e s t s u m m e r p le a s u re . W h ic h o u r h a p p y th o u g h ts rec a ll '.Is o u r g a y .little f rie n d th e ch lp & u n k . W h o liv e d In o u r o ld sto n e w all. A ll d a y s w e re good to th e c h ip m u n k . H e k n ew n e ith e r p a in n o r care, : H e b a sk ed In th e s u m m e r su n s h in e ■■ . , A n d fris k e d th e p le a s a n t a ir ' T h e ra ln n e v e r c a u se d h im tro u b le. N o r m ad e h is s p ir its fall, H e S m iled o n th e h e a v ie s t d o w n p o u r F ro rn a n ich e In th e s a fe s to n e w all. - H e w o rk e d ,e v e ry h o u r o f th e m o rn in g A s i f w in te r w e re co m in g soon, ■ A n d h e ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 October 1912

'.'. '' Se v a s t o p o l . . s , Clms. C. D avis, and wife within the week took their departure for their homo in Centiulia, 111., to remain until another -.--- June, shall ro l^ ro u n d . - ' Chris. Hanson, foreman of tlie M ari- netto 'Eagle-Star. was theagues^-fr'oin Wednesday last week until Saturday of- liis mother, Mrs.- Jacob Hanson, and his aister, Mrs. Elizabeth Dreutzer. This Catholic cemetery near, the' city ” limits is now one of the best-kept and . handsomest burial grounds' to be found anywhere. There are a great many nice . monuments, which adds greatly to the attractiveness of the premises -: Since the fine, weather set in there lias been a scarcity of farm ers in from the rural ‘districts, all tff them being so far behind with their work th a t they hardly hope to catch up, uijless the sea­ son is prolonged much further than they - anticipate. Frank J. Fellhofer of’ the Wliitefish bay. district and Miss Olga M. Johnson -of the same place were'W ednesday after- -...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 October 1912

LOCAL GENERAL . LIVES LOST IN ACCIDENTS. Tive Persons Drown When Thrto Boats Sink. Four persons lost their Iiye3 when two ’ barges went to the bottom of Lake On* • tario near Galldupislands, tw enty miles from Saclcett harbor Thursday last. . Those drowned were all Canadians and , \" were J.- D. Scliamp, Stephen Lebuse, • Fred. -Laliance and Alice Deruslia, the • 16-year-old daughter of Capt. Deruslia. The boats .encountered a heavy wind and storm and the tow line between the barges H. B. and Menominee and the 1 steam er Butler parted, permitting the first to drift. . r The drowned were on the H. B. The steam er Nicaragua sighted the tug Proc­ to r and the Butler and towed them to Cape Vincent, later returning to pick up the Menominee. A short .distance from the barges, the crew picked lip Capt. Deruslia and his son John, who had been floating on-a hatchway a ll night. Ju st as they were ready to attach lines'to the Menominee, she too went to the . bottom. The boats were the proper...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 October 1912

TOO GREAT M EXPENSE. JUDGE KAREL, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR, SOUNDS KEYNOTE. ATTACKS STATE COMMISSION SYSTEM Objcc'-s to Highbrows as Guardians ol Affairs and Liberties ofPeople. : \\ . / \" “ — V Judgy Jolin C, Karel, in liis campaign is . devoting, most of his time to a dis­ cussion of state expenses, republican extravagtuiae and the many commis­ sions with which the state of Wisconsin fs burdened. Judge Karel declared at the begin­ ning of his address to a Manitowoc audi­ ence last week that the citizen? of W is­ consin, have waked up in-surprise and alarm to find that within the past ten years the taxes for the state’s expense? outside ff county, school and municipal. taxes, have mounted up from about $4,000,000 per annum to $13,000,000 each year. The new capitol building accounts for only $000,000 per annum. In the meantime our population has increased but. little over 12 per cent. The news is aStbiihding. We are led to' inquire the use to which, all this lhoney is...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 October 1912

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 24,' 1912. TBS UflKAHlE8T CUT. Men have hom e th e new s of .trouble,\" = Such as ruin, w ith a grin They’ve been brave and never faltered In a b attle’s roaring din, . 13ut to some there comes a m om ent W hen theytre knocked com pletely: flat, This is w hen some kind friend chuckles. “Say. old man, you're gettin g fa t!” M any a steady h ea rt has faltered • As the m irror showed h is hair, Streaked w ith gray about the tem ples. Or a bald spot spreading there . Comfort, though, w as quick in com ing— He could hide it w ith h is h a t— B ut th is knocks a m an a tw ister: ‘ “Bill, by George, you’re getting fat!\" Old age comes and w e accept it, Though w ith secret, pained regret. ..Then our inner self, keeps saying T h a t we’re really n ot old yet. But, O shades of flesh reducers, F ate d e a ls.her m ost stinging b a t '\" W hen the old acquaintance- giggles *-' \"Say’ old .boy, you’re g ettin g fa t!” 1 —Chae. R. Barnes.— # n and -Water. w ha...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 October 1912

- : , ‘ THE STURGEON •B A ^ /^ flfcA T E , O C T ^ R 34 79t2. £ / Shc^tiwrifottgajit^tlvocatpj PERSONALS. E ntered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon. ■ Bay,'AVIs., as second-class m atter. F R A N K LONG, E d ito r a n d P ro p rie to r. P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rsd a y a t S tu rg e o n B ay, AVIs. RA T E S O F SU B SC R IPT IO N . .51.50 \"O ne y e a r ................ S ix . m o n th s ................... \\ i o F o u r m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . ’. . . .6U T w o m o n th s. ........... .«6 S in g le c o p i e s . . .0o Tw o d o lla rs w ill h e c h arg ed If n o t paid w ith in th e year. Sturgeon Bay, : Wis., October .24, 1912 It lias keen suggested tliat1 everybody who is entitled to the right of franchise a t the. November election go to the polls and put in a vote either for\" or against woman suffrage, that the ques­ tion lie finally determined, and tlio sub­ ject disposed of either one way or the other. I f a decisive majority is register­ ed...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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