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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 January 1913

w ' ~ ' '. , '________________ ffHB STPRGEOlf BAY jpVfliCATE, JANUARY 2, 1913. - LOCALJTEMS. Mairiage Licenses.:—Following are the marriage licenaes issued since last re­ port: Edward C. Olson and Selma Swen­ son, • Carl' R. Sprecher, Sturgeon Bay and Jessie Copely, city. ..V / ' 7 , ' Resume' Studies.—The selioo) will open on Monday next for the resuirip- ticfii of studies until tlie spring vacation. Those o f the teachers who reside outside are expected to arrive Saturday. ' Sold Hotel Property,—ijohn Phe'ys of . Duvall, Kewaunee county, sold • his sa­ loon and hotel property to Jerry Han­ non of Green Bay, the deal having been' transacted thru the Simon agency. Con­ sideration, $5,000. , New, Firm.r-On January 1st a new business house was established in the firm of. Mcverden & Hunt,’ the latter having -.purchased, a half interest \"in: the electrical business of L. J. Meverden. / They will occupy,,the rooms formerly used' for a similar business by\\ A .. W. Bennett on Ce...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 January 1913

A V O X .D W SD D X SG 8 Z K 9 . M yw edding tin g ! Ah, yes) ’U» old. Only a th re a d o fg o ld to d ay , ■ B u t 1 have heard th a t \"cares d ep a rt A s th e wedding rin g w e a rs aw ay .\" M ine is only a thread of gold, , ‘ C lasping a finger thin and w hite. B ut tim e has m ade it a thousand-fold D earer unto m y h ea rt and sight. | S ixty years since m y lover k n elt D ow n a t my side, and p u t it there I t w as b rig h t w ith th e w edding kiss. I t w as hallow 'd w ith love and prayer. Then m y hand w as a young, fa ir hand, Then th e rin g w as a broader ring, O, b u t it m ade m y w om an's h ea rt F aith fu l and strong through everything. Troubles will come into every life, . W e h a d sorrow , and care, and loss. A nd you know th a t a w eary w ife ' Is tem pted sorely to be cross. B u t if Weary th e angry w6rd U p to m y fre tfu l lips would spring, \"itfw as check'd, if I only caught j u s t a glim pse of my w eddingring. O, to think of his happy fa e - ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 January 1913

THE STu66eON B ^^V pC A T E JANUARY 2, 1913. A.8ABBA.TK jfr S B E COVBTBT. * The winds have blown the smoke away, . Cold ia the forge and hushed the mill - The toil worn cotter *ests tixiay^ / . Traffic is mute and labor still. \\ 'Thewood-bi^ , Chimes with the songs of sacred praise. Th$ unharnessed horse feeds on the green. • .The laboring ox rests in the shade, ' : A holy calm prevades the scene, ^ n d dumb is the smooth tongue of trade. Even the brook Is a soft, psalm in Nature's book. «• , The fragrant flowers that light the clod Like drops of sunshine from the sky. Bow their green heads. and the sod , , lk touched with tints of every, dye. Sweet odors rise lifke incdnse to the Sabbath skies Under his fig tree and his vine, That shades the lowly cottage door,! v The toiler rests, and reads the line ' ' Of promise/sweet for evermore. • : It’s truth was given • To light the trusting soul to heaven. ' Now softly stealing the air, • . The sweet tones of the Sabbath bell Invite to ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 January 1913

THE. STURGEON BAY-ADVOCATE, JANUARY 2, '1913. COUNTY NEWS. j D E T R O IT B A S B O B . ' [Received too'late for last woeki. -..- TliM'V seems to' be an epidemic of sicicnesss going around among the chil­ dren but- inost fortunately it dties not appear to lie of a serious riiiture. : The/nuiil carriers .have befrii veritable Santa Claus's tbe past week.-1 l ’lie-mer­ chants . who' were wise enoug'i to prop erly advertise their goods did an excel­ lent business during tlio holiday sea son.- - i ' • dens Jacobson will this week isspe checks to the farmers for tlwir pota toes the aggregate amount of ■•which w ill total between $9,900 rind. $10,000. This ought to revive business .eonsid crable in this burg. The life-saving station on Plum island closed for the season on Friday, De cember 20th at midnight. The last call for the services of the crew came on the afternoon of Friday when they were summoned to Washington Harbor to gs sist in raising the tug L. P. Hill, wliich sank in th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 January 1913

* •’ STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JANUARY 9 ,/1913 VOL. 51. NO 42 $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL f i GENERAL MARINE May Change Range Lights. It is stated th at there is a probabili­ ty that the government will in the not distant future cause range lights to be established on Hills point, in this bay, where the angle range is now located.7 The m atter has been under discussion by those in authority and should it be recommended, wliich is not a t all unlike­ ly,* the light would be established in short order. If this were done the range a t Dunlap reef would of course be dis­ continued, only one light being left ,to m ark feat reef. This is only gossip, of. course, th at has been stirred up by those who v are interested in the change. W hether it would prove any more ben­ eficial is for the marine interests to sav. Items From Racine. There are eight tugs fishihg out of -this po rt this winter, and up to the present they have had no trouble whatever from th e ice, which is quite different to ...

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 — 9 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ■ ADVOCATE, JANUARY 9 rm S T \" INCOME TAX IN MUDDLE. Collections by Treasurer Ollinger Questioned. Instroctions Were Not Sufficiently Definite. questions 'tlmt litid' been' brought up. Following is a copy of his letter:. , JWis. Tax Commissiora'r,. \", Madison, Dear S in — • *' In resrard to the collecting of the income tax, wbuld be pleased to have you give m e the fol­ lowing information: We have one party in parti­ cular who.pays a personal property tax of $25 assessed in the 1912 tax roll and this amount is charged to me os treasurer by the city clerk, and I will have to account for this'am ount. Again this party is charged with $9.99 income tax, bo ac­ cording to the instructions furnished the treasur­ er, I did likewise.' I ‘ issued, a personal property tax receipt for $15.01 and an Income taxi receipt for $9.99. making total of $25, Another party came in shortly after to pay per­ sonal property and income tax and held, by advice from their attorney, t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 9, 1913. ' 'M j n o i s , n i a » , s l s i o h -b e l l s : i Jinxle,jingle, Blelgh-bells, on your frosty way Seated ju st behind them, twoiUl op the sleigh W hither are they tending (would 'yon like to ■ ■ y'i know?) \\ . [\" W ith happy words and trustfulness, above the fallen enow? One is dashing Harry—a lad who's fair to see And one is charming Katy—no prettier ran b e . ’Their troth was pledged in autumn, when leaves were brown and sere, ~ ~ And now a village wedding will round the waning ■' year. Jingle, jingle, sleigh-bells,-to the church they go— Custom in the county has simple rules you know— And others follow after in multiform array ’Tib pleasant to be married in some old-fashioned /-■'' way. ■ ■ The air is keen and cutting, but youth is warm and bright. No prettier procession, will fill the street tonight. So jingle jingle sleigh-bells, the pastor now is , there, ' And the little throng is entering the. peaceful house of p...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 January 1913

M ,' ■. ^ /Jt j.,y r -fA( ‘ 4Cf„•-*'- V THE SXPRGEOW BAY-ADVOCATE, JANUARY 9,-1913. E ntered In th e P ost-dfflce. a t S tu rg eo n B ay, W is., a s sefcond-class m a tte r. D udley’ S. Long. ? Business M anager. P u b lish ed JByery T h u rsd a y i tit S tu rg eo n ■ Bay, W is. R A T E S O F SU B SC R IPT IO N . O ne y e a r .. . . . . . . . . . ......... *l'.50 S ix m o n th s .u . , .......................... o 5 F o u r - m o n th s ......................................... 50 /T w o m o n th s . ................................................25 S in g le c o p le g .. . . . . . , i .'.'........... .05 . T w o .d o llars w ill b e ch arg ed If not paid -w ith in th e y ear. . Sturgeon Bay. Wis., January , 9, 1913 I t will be the aini of the Advocate in th e-fu tu re as it was in the past, to pro­ m ote the welfare of the city and county. W e shall endeavor to guard th e rights of the people a t all times. T h a t which is beneficial to the greatest num ber will receive our...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,1JANUARY 9, 1913. l o c a l it em s: Sleighing.—iThe. heavy ‘ spowfall of Tuesday hh«v nS»de excellent' flleighing, the jjoad-bed being in excellent. shape. wl- C. T. U.—The W. C. 1k,,lL w ill meetv-Tuesday afternoon - -January --14V- a t S ^o'clock with Mrs. John Rysdorp. , Dorcas Society Meeting.—The Doiteas Society wili-meet'vvitK Mrs. a a r ry Sco­ field ,ktin Tuesday evening, January 14. ■ \\ Caitle Shipment.—A : couple of car­ loads: of cattle were shipped out of here on Monday by Stoneman & Knudson, the ..beef going .to the southern market. Mfeeting Postponed a Week.-—The reg­ ular. meeting of the Woman’s Club to have been held.on Friday has been post­ poned one week, to January 17, on oc- count of tlie Charity Ball,., Woodmen W ili Inatali—-The local lodge of 5L 'W . A : will install officers a t their - lodge • rooms Monday evening. Light refreshments will be served and mem­ bers are urged to be present* • : Inatall.Officeis.-—The Odd ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 January 1913

T ttE STUR Ad v o c a 1 , ■ C '• TH E V A H S fiU S V W1TO. She lu lls the babe on her b reast to sleep, T hen tu rn s to her tireless hearth, . \"With a ttlance outside a t the snow dlfts .deep . T h at are spread o’er the shivering . earth,. • She can hear the drip, drip, drip of the eaves And th e clash of w aves on the shore, ■While th e petulant storm-wlnd frets and grieves W ith beggar-V hlnes a t the door. So, a t leaht, to the wanderer’s w ife Jt seems. And a trem or . crosses her lips AS she, too, dozes, and wildly, dream s . \" Of storm s and of sinking ships. She has not heard the cheer from, w ith­ out, ’. Or the heavy tread In the snow. ’’ T ill th e bolted door she had' deemed so stout I s shivered. In by a-blow. She s ta rts trow her dream of horror and wreck— W hat more than vision is this? : about h er neck? From hier.lips who sqatches the kiss? Y ea yes! B ut to one can these eyes . belong ' ' So joyously searching her own— These accents deep, like an ocean so...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 January 1913

s ± ' ' ' ' I . ' . t h e and Tiom r. TH E PBXDE O P T H E TABM. T he P ride of th e F arm is • B a rb a ra .1 And the farm is B arbara’s pride, - And in a ll th a t is gentle and sw eet and / '/ / '• \" / s u y / L ’-' /.\" --,.\\// -^ r 'V V..-.'-'/ A re the m aiden and the farm allied.1 A t play.'-Ott work, in the oholr a t kirk. She sings like a bird in M ay,» And a t se t of sun, w hen her w ork is done. She som etim es- signs in- th is, w ay: I f .1 w ere a bird, and could u tte r no ' ' w ord, . ' ■ ' Only pour out my soul in a .sang, ‘ W ould I sit-in th e leaves, which th e sun interw eaves, And ju s t carol the whole, sum m er / long? 1 .,./■ Ah, no! Ah, no! I would seek o u t a lover as m erry as I, And. aw ay through th e ’woods we would carol and fly, . T ill the day in - th e w e s t drooped low, • W hen in- dream s on the boughs we would w hisper our vows. T ill the day in the ea st should glow. T here she goes, w ith th a t song in her ' h ea rt the while, If n...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 January 1913

THE glURGEOfr BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 9, 1913. - ’ ’ - - ............_J “ ' ®r:- COUNTY NEWS. FO BESTVXE'LE. ,-‘- Miss Elinor Holmcr made lior weekly. professional. trij to. Sturgeon Rav Sat- urilav returning hereon Tuesday morn­ ing. ./V: . Y b m vw as a meeting of the K evau • iiec. Mutual Insurance Co. at Kewaunee oU Tuesday, being the annual, meeting for- the election of officers, etc. M iss Jennie Weber, who has been home during the holidays, returned to Brail- Icy College at l’eoria, 111.. Sunday, where : she is tnking a course in domestic sci , - enee, - ^ surprise birthday party was given for . Mrs. Wm. Bastitr at her home last Ericlny evening, ,January 3d. The eveii- ': ing w as pleasantly spent-in playing var­ ious games, etc. 'Light refreshments were served. \" Ex-Coiinty Treasurer Plinske return­ ed -to his home here to. remain Tuesday, ' his duties, having terminated at the county seat the day before., He went to Kewaunee. Tuesdayniorning. to attend the meeting of the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 January 1913

p f|g g |g g VOL. 51. NO 43 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1913 LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS - L. X. P. A. Install Officers. /■//-At the last meeting of the L. T, P. A. •No, . 24, held on Thursday evening, the following officers were installed: Edward Weber, president Tunis Ew- ' :ing, vice-president Frank Larson/record­ ing secretary A. F. Swan, financial sec­ retary and treasurer AlbertAnderson, chaplain Carl Holt, conductor Edward Fiedler, tiler A. F. Swan, representativej Edward Fiedler, trustee three y ears. N , The annual national convention of the L. T. P. A. will convene a t 10 o’clock a. 1m., January 21st, a t Detroit, Mich. ■Relics of the Schooner Rouse Simmons. While playing oh the beach a t White- fish bay last week a couple , of boyB from this city found a bundle of Christ­ in as: tree th a t were tied together, and / -which had evidently bee^i- thrown up by •the wave3. I t is supposed- these came - from th e ill-fated vessel Rouse Simnions. ! T h a t th...

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 — 16 January 1913

% ^ H E STURGEON B a y . ADVOCATE, JA N U ARY 16, 1913. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT C LllB. What (he Organization: Has Done For Sawyer. Its President Gives Good Advice. j make 1913 still more successful It s up to you to get busy, for a greater Saw- I yer. H. It. Islierwood, ! PENSIONING EX-PRESIDENTS. \\ J The Coinmuuity Devolppriieilt Club was Mr. Caniegie's offer to pension ex- the first of its, kind organized J ii Door Presidents has provoked more condem- coiiuty, and among the first iri the State nntion than praise, though no one can of'Sviseonsin, and reeognized first in the , question that 'Mr.l Carnegie was trying state of Wisconsin as tire most, success- j sincerely to meet a great need. The fill, taking into consideration population, ' sum total of all the comment oeeasioil- . The Community ■Development- Club w as1 ed by the announcement is that the organized ..launavy ifith. In 12 . and i t s , Government will now he Stirred into success has been Vlue to the co-operation1 act...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY i f r 1913. Say you there's nohing In a* name?- Ah, le t me tell you better, Lilly and Rose m ay be th e sam e, Tho’ different in every le tte r ' B u t there’s a charm some nam es Ira- S'V • p a rt 1 . - ■ \\ t ■ Belonging to nonfe other, x W ho does not have a w arm er h eart F o r nam esakes of th eir m other? A tender voice, a so fter tone O ur touch is more carresslng, : Because she seem s mose like her own xWhen th is dear grace possessing', T here's m agic sw eeter in th a t nam e , * T han’s held by any other, ... And greater .beauty w e w ill claim F o r nam esakes of our mother. There is a child so fa ir and sweet. W ith w itching w ays of sm iling .She plays like sunshine a t m y feet. My lonely h ea rt beguiling. She does not'1 more my- soul delig ht’ . Than do my nieces, other. B ut close, I kiss her, clasp her tig h t Because she’s nam ed fo r mother. I think how m other’s loving arm s W ould oftim es have em braced her . * And . ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 January 1913

. rvj«nafilnioiihly' vkctcd as Jwici of at Sturgeontlie Republican .meiiibers at tjio fleetin g is matter. i of the assembly liclJWedneatlfty'- after- - ‘ Me Govern j having *^hqwrisliis mpm. JEJntered. In the Post-office . Bay, Wis., as second-class Dudley' S: Long, Business Manager. M'eFe .’ promises to bo a ' metry ---------- \"\"‘\"I'm ,\" y - •••.„ 1 ■ ptinni*’.of'it at •Madison the ensuing, jew 'Published, Every Thtfrsday at Sturgwm months to determine who has control of : . . Bay, yts, j . ■, , j the state—Bob or Mac. The. chalfdng * - . ,:- y —— has been openly throw’ll doivii by • the RATES OF . St^fiSCRXPtipN ' ' I act of tlje governor in ousting: Ekern\"'and One y ea r •• • - \"* ' L- - - Six m onths........ F our m o n th s.. . . . . . . . .'V .^Two m onths. I . . . . . . . . . . Single copies . Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin the year. v.v. .*1.50 j it looks as though it \\vill be d ,Viglit to !so j the death politically. “Lay oij Mac-Duff,” ’os et...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 16, 1913 , Y./ U if. , U V ~ ■ 1 , l LL1! - ■ LOCAL: : - In* 'w urity ' Cowrty^-Tfierc was ’only oneYmatter before the county' court on Tu&day, being th a t of the will of Kaje- teiMBrauer, hearing on petition to take -Pr# 4 - ^ 7 4 7 4 V I f , Jfill Serve Luncheon.—Trie ladies of St.yjoseph church will serve a luncheon a t |he home of Mrs. Wm. Donovan oft Tuesday afternoon,- and a cordial.'in- vitation is extended to the public, to at? tenij. - , ^nstaai Officers.—The Lady. Foresters ha# installation of officera a t the pa-, roehial school last Thursday afternoon, , thfj-ceremonies being followed by a sup­ per- That evening the Beavers install* ed' a t the K. P. hah, after a luncheon • and dancing. . ., .■■jiui'i'd-4/5 ■Marriage Licenses.:-—The following marriage licenses were issued by the county clek during/the: past week :r Geo. Tenor, Gardner, and Josephine Prette, - Brussels John Renardi and Rose'Seiler Forestville Jules Marcha...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 January 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 16, 1913. fortty. CAW P M E E T O T 0 W OB8BXF. th e T h e su n illu m es a n o th e r day, 'O ld e a rth g ro w s f a ir b e n e ath ‘ b lu sh , ,, T h e w in d 'Is h e re and. th y re a t p la y ,' And m usic b u r s ts fro m e v e ry b u sh ' N a tu re In v ite s th e so u l to p ra y , . W here p ra ise Is offered by th e th ru sh . T h e sw eet flow er b rib e s th e roving: bee W ith n e c ta r, a n d th e tru a n t s ta y s .. T o hum h is m o rn in g m elody, And w in th e f r a g r a n t b re a th o f p raise S o ft w in g s flit p a s t In .e c sta sy , • L ike m o m en ts o f th e su m m e r days. F ro m ro w s o f te n ts th e w o rsh ip p ers ,.Convetie a b o u t th e ru ra l stan d , U n d er th e sh e lte rin g elm s an d firs— A happy, hopeful, so u lfu l band, T h e w h isp e rin g le a f w ith r a p tu re s tirs . L ik e h e a rts touched by th e u n seen ' ’ H and. A sa cre d h y m n floats on th e air, : A c h a p te r fro m th ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 January 1913

THE STURGEON BA Y ADVbCAXii Y 16, 1913. i , r,Sj ill an d MH.KMAXD MAKY. to act out tfceea on very poor soil, it i s PARCEL POST TO HELP POULTRYMENf ricultmnl expansion which , marked tlie advisable to do the blasting in the fall. . . ^ __^_2 - ' ' farming industry in the Biueteeth mi- This: enables the subsoil to store up the , tl,r.v- Farms are increasing in number ... fall , and \\vinter rains' and also -presents ■ . '? ■ Vi ’ postal- authontics have and 'increasing in size. The percentage ... .... , |an opportunity to enrich the I newly that- market and hatching eggs of .wu^i'iand upon farms is deerensing The cherries are : ripe in the orchard, broken soir with the iilinure or: fertiliz- ■•''rail-lie accented by the parceWi^ostlfor .iand.inuli-r tho impetus of-.‘a. more, acien A ^ o W ^iTthe^dairVWSwTthrif’ro ^ tf.n5' cr in advance of the actual.planting sea- ' ^im portation, provided they are pacfc- itifi.c kuWledgb of the soil, and its needs. : ^ l o ’^ th £ootstep s|so...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 January 1913

t h e ' s t u r g e o n b a y ' a d v o c a t e , J a n u a r y U , 1913. COUNTY NEWS. . V. :■ .' ■ S E V A S T O P O L . .. . • ^ • . ..\\ iSoioiulV iw iiinglianiliis-tliatall ilm.t Jitft ■ passing nwdy lias' boon m om entarily ex-' poctcd on several occasions Muring tlie . p ast week. The \\\\r. C. 'T v U . .will m eet w ith Mrs. : Louis Dclcorps on W ednesday afternoon, ‘ Jan uary 22il. All those interested lire requested t,i ntteild the gathering. The CofOperativc Orchard\"'Co.' have •had tennis hauling 'shingles : and other m aterial on the ground during the past week or more preparatory to beginning building operations as soon as the w eath er will perm it in the spring. ' There is little or no sleighing in - tlie country-districts, the snow having been all blown off the smooth surface of the roads. As a. result there-is neither slip­ p in g or wheeling. This causes those who have 110 urgent call otherw ise to rem ain a t home. Casper Goty was 011 Tuesday taken . to the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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