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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

TBS: STURGEOW fXt ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 16, 1915. -v-Y “X S O T S TO V , D E A B .” ■ ' •. (B y Y yd ia A very C oonley.) S h e looked a t him w ith q uick surprise, S h e looked a t : h im w ith tear-hrim m ed ■ eyes,, H er tig h t-clo sed hand no m otion sh ap - ed, .: ?■ N o word her cu rlin g lip s escaped. H is e y e s w ere' b right, h is v o ice w a s ■■■■. clear . 1 ‘ H e on ly said : “I lo v e you, dear!” H er e y e s w ere deep w ith an ger’s hue, T h ey so ften ed in to ten d er blue T h e h a u gh ty curve her lip forsook H er hand la y open on her book] Then a s he spoke he drew m ore hear, A n d ‘said again : “I love you, dear!\" • ft W here s w e e t love d w ells w rath cannot • stay • - . H er s m u ts chased all th e tea rs aw ay. She looked a t him. \"Ah, do n ot fear, I, too, can sa y , ‘I lo v e you, dear!’ ” H is sm ile replied, \"Our h earts are near.” H is w ords w ere still: “I lo v e you, dear!” A h l w h en the (Ire o f anger burns. A nd a ll l...

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 September 1915

: V \\ 'T V .- '■ ^ - : V V ' v J'S.' v ' t - C j ' • ) / ' • Should Fair Week! are Some Fair Week Specials ^ While in tfe market last week we bought a lot of AGENT’S SAMPLES! 42 Dozen Sample Gloyjss and Mittens and 21 Dozen Samples Underwear and Union Suits. All these samples will be sold at the regular wholesale price and many at less. Suppose You Take a Look! 1 Lot o? 1 Lot of Men’s Wool Socks ' 5 Dozen of Men’s and Boys’ Men’s Shoes up to Boys’ Shoes up to T A / . Boy’s $1.00 Dress and Working $5.00 at $2.50 at i JL -to - Sweaters each at t .. . T ... Shirts, 5Qc value 2.69 1.49 17c 79c 1 Men’s $5.00 Sweater^t 3.95 $7.50 Sweaters at 5.95 B oys Suits Up to 2.50 at 1.89 “ “ 3.50 “ 2.69 “ “ 5.00 “ 3.89 “ “ 7.00 “ 4 89 Profit Sharing Tickets or S. & H. Green Stamps with all Sales CLOTHING HOUSE • '.-V County News DETROIT it ARBOR. W e understand that August Koyen ■will have a cement block silo built this fall. • People are anxiously waiting for the work on the crushed stone ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

Don’t Forget the DoorCounty Tair •DOOR : ..COUNTY . * DOES.” Section IT AT HOM*.- V O L . 54 N O . 25 STURGEON BAY. WIS,, TH U RSD A Y , SEPTEM BER 16, 1915. $1.50 A Y EA R NEIDEL COLTS WERE EASY. •CHAMPIONS CLOSE SEASON WITH , A 7 TO 1 VICTORY IN LISTLESS CONTEST SUNDAY. * COMPLETE RECORD OF THE PLAYERS Bernhardt Leads in Batting, Followed Closely • by Krai—Langemak and .Spalsimry Have Clean Field ing Records. Standing of the Teams. \" - GP W L Pet. ‘ Sturgeon Bay . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3 12 1 .923 Algoma ..........................12 ’- 6 5 .545 Kewaunee - ............. ...13 6 . 7 .462 Green Bay ......... 13 1 12 .077 The. base ball season Was closed in a blase of glory, when the locals defeated the Neidl Colts for the fifth time by the score 7 to 1. This game Wound up the Northeastern .League schedule, Algoma and Kewaunee having dropped out of the race. As a result the former team gets second place. Tile crowd that attended the contest was one of the smallest th at has attend­ ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

i'J.. •.-. j* Vi!''\". I' ' -''- “j'' ' ^ l £ — 1HB STUkGEOW BAT ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER EMBER 16, 1915. ‘ ' . f I \\ - ’ ' i.W fg ©.c0“6'! I 55&.*IS YOU’LL BE* PLEASED WITH OUR F A L L O W SUITS ...,_ AND COATSi^ “ SNAP,” STYLE IS WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU BUY YOUR READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS. OUR SUITS AND COATS PO SSESS “ SNAP.” OUR READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS NOT ONLY “ LOOK THE PART” BUT WEAR WELL. WHY? BECAUSE GOOD MATERIALS ARE USED IN MAKING THEM AND THEY ARE MADE RIGHT. WE PRICE THEM RIGHT TOO. Ladies’ new, up-to-date Fall Suits at $12.50, $15, $18, $20 $25, to $35 A variety unexcelled. Ladies’ new Fall Coats, many different‘styles in pleasing effects, \"''at $10.00, $12.50,. $15.00, upwards to $45.00. I t is a a pleasure toshow them. ' 'A big line .of Ladies’ Dress Skirts, in all the newest plain add pleated effects, style De Luxe, in Plaids, fancy mixtures and plain colors. Prices range ^ ^3 75 ^ $10.00 DRESS GOODS • Serges,\" in Navy, Brown, Tan, Black, and Cardinal. Specially for ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

. . . . STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 16, 1915. STUDEBAKER m r T •' - 1 “ . MtmV 40*45 HORSE POWER FOUR W ith Seven-Passenger Body $885. Three-Passenger Roadster $850. F. O. B. Detroit. Power increased to full 40 Horse Power. . Larger Motor bore increased 0% inches—stroke 5 • inches. More Room , body increased in size to scat seven adult passengers in comfort. More Size • ' ' ' wheel base increased to 112 inches. Higher Quality wherever material has been changed, 'better material has been used. Lower Price Price decreased from $089 to $850, a . reduction of 15%. . ^ DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR The Studebaker Cars lead all others made. Dollar for dollar the motor-car pur­ chaser gets more in the Studebaker four or six, than in any other car he raw buy. That coupled with the Studebaker reputation for quality and service, explains the enormous demand for Stu­ debaker 1916 automobiles. Up to September 1, this season, the Studebaker Corporation Has already made more 1916 Model Automo­ biles ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

V alue in Home is a factor you should not overlook, wjien buildinej. , Labor consumed in erecting a house is lost sight of by later day buyers- Therefore, the most profitable material you can use is that which offers the quickest results for Taber ex-' pended—and lumber is that material Particularly is this true of the k n .te r w e handle, for the mills we buy of pride thtirselves on turn-! frig out stock, machine smooth, ready to nail on without any extra hand lebor by the carpenter. And by carefully working out your plans to conform to standard sizes and leriSgths^dihriensicn, joist, siding,etc., another big saving in labor can be effected. The way to get the advantage of this saving in labor is to.figute it all out before you‘start. W ere doing that very thing for our Customers every day and w ell gladly help you if you’ll give us the chance. Come In. \\ ^ Lum ber Com pany One'. Piece oar a Carload” Churning Song. (By Lillian M. Thompson.) To and fro, to and fro, slowly swings t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

\\ V W W A W M W W f f l W M Better Than By FLORENCE HENDERSON Vi*AWAVAVAV.VA'iV.V.VV (Copyright, 1915, b y W . G . Chapman.) \"I r.m glad of It!\" spqke ,Harley Blake, and he looked as if in dead earnest and relieved. He\" was seated before tKe cold and empty fireplace of his cheerless room. He made a faint glow of heat and warmth, however,- by striking a uxlatclj and igniting the letter he iiad - just received and read. He droppe^. it to the hearth and watched it' purl up into fragile sheets of black and then at a breath go crumbling into frag­ ments. ' ‘‘The last bridge burned,” he mused, trying to smile half-humorously, but the situation was too serious. “I have exhausted my friends and rela­ tives. The former gave' me profuse promises of influence- and help and failed me. My father’s'ow n brother writes me a homily,on Independence and thrift, and would not even risk giving me a recommendation of capa­ bility and honesty. That letter is the last straw that breaks the camel’s ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

I 'llE S T U k G ltb N BAY V iADVdCATE, SEPTEMBER 10, .1315. . *t 1 T o A ttend th e Get your exhibits ready and make your plans to attend. Bring the whole family there will be something to interest each and every one. v Enter the Baby in the “Better Babies Contest’’. This will be a big feature of the fair and your baby may be the winner of the prize. Age limit is from 11 to 61 months. No fee for entering in the contest. Babies will be judged in the Women’s Club Rooms of the Public Library on Tuesday and Wednesday forenoons. Write to Mrs. S. R. Miles for assignment of time and you won’t be kept-waiting. 1 . ' • _ , - £ Health Talks, etc., given at the Rest Rooms on the Fair Grounds on both Wed­ nesday and Thursday. Plenty of Free attractions and something doing all the time. . m. Let us have your entries early to avoid delay and waiting at the grounds. For the* convenience of exhibitors a clerk will be stationed in the rear room of the Pinney Bldg. both Saturday and Monday to rece...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

, ........... . * ............L .,..... ■i: 'V : !: - M - ’ v.~ •â–  SEPTEMBER 16, 1915. That Explains His Smile of Satisfaction. WEgB&MWk most tender face. Euthy- mol Shaving Sohp is non-irritating and le&yes a soothing and cooling after-effect. W e handle the E U T H Y M O L SH A V IN G SQAP in the evening and have ..Fresh, Hot Rolls., for breakfast. Or, better still, give us a standing order for rolls every morning. They cost you but a cent apiece or 5c a half dozen. Also Fresh Breads, Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Doughnuts, etc., always on hand. Everything clean and sani- ary. If you are not a regular customer give us a trial. . . HOME BAKERY JOHN SCHMID, P rop. REMILLARD BROS. Heating and Plumbing... Pumps, Gas Stove and Bicycles Repaired. Gas Pipe Eave Trough Cisterns Phone 2684. Dredging, Dock Work and Boats. Fully equipped for th e lighter class of work. E quipm ent consists of seows, ,dipper dredge, orange peel, scraper bucket and clam shell. For additional particulars a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 September 1915

n in e IN TH Anarchism s W eapon in W a rfa re H as Becom e a s R espect­ ab le a s th e Rifle. FINE 'PO IN TS OF THE GAME The Absent-Minded Fellow . Makes Trouble—Bombs Well Behaved If You Treat Them Right—First Chuck Is Really What’s Important. \"It's important that you- and nol tho Bochos chuck the \"over first,’’ fexpiainch' thp srilValflwrij, ‘'Also tlr.it You get them'intjd tb$rif!$av^e or thnv may be as troublespmcrip JSti as .o Iie enemy.’’ ■ \"it' V.'ith the bombs Imrsfiri'A in their far'es the Germans who are not put out. of action are blinded and stunned. Jn the moment when they are thus o i guard tho .agEresspr^, le,ap around the corner. “And. then?” \"Stick ’em, s ir!” said /th e m atter- of-fact sergeant. \"Yes. the. cold st.ee! Is best,. And do It first., As Mr Mc­ Pherson said, it’s very im portant tc do it first.” ... .: lit has been found! t h a t ‘something' short, is handy for this ltiriid ofw O |k. In such cramped quarter^^},!(ji,t Qli^x. feet, deep and from...

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 — 23 September 1915

..COUNTY .\"mrrxp? DOES.” V O U 54 N O . 26 STURGEON BAY' WIS., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ^3, 1915 $1*50 A YEAR e i - : Marine News GENERAL MARINE ITEMS. E, D. Norton of Marinette has been appointed deputy . collector of customs a t the ports of Marinette and Menomi­ nee,' taking the place of John Peterson. He is agent for the Central West Coal Co. at that port, and an old resident of Marinette. ■The steamer Robert Mills, which was condemned by the inspectors, sank at the dock where she was moored in Man­ itowoc. The owners of the Mills are residents of Canada, and having signi­ fied their intention of having the vessel repaired she was permitted to remain unmolested. The Mills is one of the old timers, having been built in 1888. The steamer Nevada was launched at Manitowoc oh-Thursday last with much pomp, the affair being attended by the officials of the Goodrich line and a nuin- her of friends that had been brought to ' the scene \"by the steadier Arizona. The Nevada is the ninth b...

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 — 23 September 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBERFEMBER 23, l « 5^ - ) , 5. r l ’ ' t ’ ^ ^ ‘ * ’ ■ , ^ • I / ' ' \" ttbr Stqrfieon JBa$ Htwocate Published E very T hursday fit Sturgeon Bay, W is. ’ ■ , , ‘ JBntereU in the Post-offica a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. RA TES OF SU BSC RIPTIO N: O ne year ....................... . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50 Six m onths ................................. .75 Four m onths ........................................jjo Two m onths ............................. . . : . . . .-5 Single copies p — .05 Two dollars w ill be charged if not paid w ithin the year. 01TDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., September 23, 11115. PEOPLE SATISFIED WITH PHILIPP The effort to discredit the economy program of Governor Philipp because of the reduction in the amount this coun­ ty will receive'in road aid is extremely weak. People who desire to have their taxes reduced, expect to have paring done somewhere and this road building idea was g...

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 — 23 September 1915

HARBOR BUNCH HOI THEM SCORELESS FOR SEVEN 7 INNINGS, THEN LOSE OUT. BAY v s. BAILEYS ' V isitors (Jet First Tally in Eighth— Both Pitchers Extended, W ith Honors Well Divided. Braim and th at Baileys Harbor bunch o f ball players threw a m ighty good .sized scare into the breasts of the few faithful fans who went to the ball park , o h Sunday afternoon to see the Champs “wipe up the earth” with the northern-* crs. Those who stayed away missed one of th e best games pf the season, as far-as closeness is concerned. It was give and take from the call of tim e until the last mhn was retired. The worst of it.w as. i t looked more like take thdn give, as for seven innings neither team could get a, man across the rubber and then the Northerners succeeded in securing the first tally. This looked pretty big to th e casual observer, especially the way things were going. A n error, an out and a . passed ball gave the visitors their lone score in the eighth and it was in the same round th at th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 September 1915

XHB, STURGEON. BAY A&VOCAT*. 23.JM J '• Personal Items Mrs. Fred Richter* of Detroit Harbor, •was among pur visitors ort Wednesday, Miss Helen, Stiles left Friday for Mad- i/son where she will attend the univer­ sity. Christy Helm left for Red Lodge, Mont.. on Thursday, after .visiting, lierc for some time. Edward S. Reynolds the first of the week returned- to his studies at the state university. -Miss Anna Boyd took her departure for. Wheaton, 111., Monday, where she will teach music. Miss Lillian Keogh entertained a doz­ en of her friends at a dinner party on Monday evening. Miss Helen Reinecker of Milwaukee, is spending her vacation here, visiting friends' and relatives. Attorney T. A. Sanderson spent the week end at outside points 011 business, returning home Tuesday. Mrs. C. M. Stephenson is . spending the week visiting relatives at her old tome in Escanaba, Midi. Leo, Hanson left for Madison on Mon­ day to pnter the state university, where lie will take a medical course...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 September 1915

t h e s m t e m ' b a y , 4 & v ^ y it'S 2^ n 3£2 33, 1915. J__________^ _ IJ I / t! Unclaimed Letters.—Letters remain- V- *ng at tip Sturgeon Bay postofiice for the week ending Sept. 20, are: Miss Al- fee K. Griffith, Miss Annie Actress, Miss Mary Seilcn, Miss F. McCoy, Earl M?- Masten, Mrs. Julia Black. / Council Meeting Adjouriis.—The reg­ ular meeting of the council was adjourn­ ed from Tuesday to Friday evening on Recount of the Fair, some of the nu'm- . infers -being closely identified with the ^.Undertaking and consequently busy with the work. '■ Loses Valuable Horse.—One . of the fine horses belonging to the L. M. Wash­ burn Co. succumbed to illness on Mon­ day. The animal was valued at several - hundred dollars. Tliere appears to be an illness among the horses, several hav- ing died in this city and vicinity within \\. the last .month or. po. : Marriage Licenses.—The following marriage licenses'were issued during the past week by County Clerk Horlacjif: Ed. M. Ol...

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 — 23 September 1915

THB STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 23,1915 I The Adventures, Perils and Escapes | of the Union Scout of the Mississippi BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ®®®®®G«s)^ CHAPTER XI.. Swimming and Paddling Down Red On-'each. side again stretched\", a. high black wall of cotton-woods, making it. socm. to him like passing along ft deep Rivcir-A Paradise of Reptiles -Swift, 0imstii with perpendicular sides, rather and Whirling Currents—Drifting Past the Sentries. Bell saw nothing‘more of the blood' hounds or hunters which .had attacked him. He learned after the war, when he visited this region again, th at the repulsed hound-drivcrs rode to Benton, several miles distant, and procured a detachment of cavalry, with which they again started in pursuit of him: The hounds, however, having lost the leader of the pack, would not take his trail again, and all the horsemen and hounds that had gone out after Bell, enraged as they were against him, and determined as they were to bring in his murdered body, or ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 September 1915

THE fiTUBGEO*. BAT ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 23,1915. laycd in the northern portions un t'l the f “ ® » v W f « « ” « last 10 days in October and in the south- ( • A ll. d a y th e re a p e rs on th e h ill H a v e p lied th e ir ta s k w ith s tu r d y w ill B u t n o w th e field is void a n d s till A nd, w a n d e rin g th ith e r, I h a v e fo u n d ' T h e b e a rd e d s p e a rs in s h e a v e s w ell : b ound, • A nd sta c k e d in many- a golden mound. A n d W hile c o o l-e v e n in g su a v e ly g ro w s. A n d o’e r th e s u n s e t’s d y in g ro se T h e firs t, g r e a t w h ite - s t a r th ro b s an d .I:/'-'-' -.'g lo w s,- . A n d fro m th e c le a r e a st, red o f g lare . T h e . a s c e n d a n t h a rv e s t m oon flo ats la i r T h ro u g h d re a m y d eep s o f , p u rp le a ir. A nd in am o n g th e sla n te d sh e av e s A 'te n d e r lig h t i ts g la h io u r w eaves, A lo v ely lig h t t h a t lu re s, d eceives— T h en , swayed by Fancy's dear com­ man...

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 — 23 September 1915

H B ta '.J ^ ftcu ^ tj^ S S ^ n is. mi.__________________ . - ___________ • ■ ^ ' . - ■' 1 . _ •• County MAPLEWOOD. Ernst Breuer on ■ AVcdireaildy Just' returiu-il from a. short visit vitli Ms fathcr st Beloit. Wo- honr several strains of wedding Bells^P t.lie: distance, and they are cer- foihljpcomaig nearer every day. Ntffscbool 'held in- Dist. No. 2 on Wed­ nesday- and Thursday, owing to the Faiwc! School will,'be resumed.on Friday. The school board of Dist. No. 2 dur­ ing the past, week ordered a llag for tlieir-now .pole which they also recently bought but have not yet planted. - Louis Jarcow on Monday made a busi ness1'trip to Sturgeon. Bay and Sevasto pol.y He visited several factories .while north,' and attended to business in the citySas well. Tile threshing crews arc still kept ibusj^-und' will continue to be for some tim ^ The Kercher crew is a t this w rit­ ing f'jbusy. at the Fakcn home and the Jen|$rjolur» arc busy at the Plutz home. A merry company of girls ...

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 — 30 September 1915

♦DOOR UCODNTY DOES.\" IT At HOME,* VOL. 54 NO. 27 STURGEON BAY, WIS:, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1915. Marine News 1QCAL M ARIN E ITEM S. T he governm ent tu g M anitowoc w as a visitor here on Tuesday, du ring which she w as coaled up. The tu g H unsader arrived in p o rt w ith th e barges C arpenter, and A driatic on F rid a y an d soon a fte r le ft w ith th e sto n e laden- barge Glasgow. T he survey steam er Search w as oblig­ ed (to lay in p o rt S aturd ay on account •of th e heavy SW blow th a t prevailed. On S unday N W storm signals w ere dis­ played. ^ ‘ The schooner Cora, Caplt. Jo hn Lock lund, loaded and bound south was wind- bound, in p o rt aeveral days th e first of th e week, coming in Tuesday morninj •and being still here th is morning. ^The steam er I. W atso n Stephenson, ■Capt. Louis S trah an , is one of th e few bo ats th a t m ade occasional trip s th ru th e b ay th a t are engaged in th e lum ber tra d e on th e w est shore. She passed th r u Sunday on ...

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 — 30 September 1915

SturGepft * a s H&vocate Published E very T hursday a t • Sturgeon Bay Wls. ■ ntered In the 1'ost-ofrice a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., aa second-class m atter. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year . . ...................... ...,$ I.E 0 Six m onths .............................. 5 F o ur m onths ......................................... Eu Tw o m onths ................................................25 Single copies ............................ 05 Two dollurs w ill bo charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Buy, Wis.. September 30, 1915. Next on the program will he Thanks­ giving—and then “do your Xmas shop­ ping early.” . ’ The man that never makes a mistake is the fellow th at never does anything, and the individual.. who never admits making an error labors under the mis­ taken impression that pimple- . believe fm infallablc. ThoNidvnntage of having good roads and uuto&swas demonstrated.last, week, when peoplexarne all the w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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