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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 February 1913

TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 6, 1913. LOCAL ITEMS. Dorcas Swaety.—The Dorcas Society vvilj m eet w ith MiB3 Fannie - P ackard Tuesday' evening, aftd' members are re ­ quested to be in attendance. . aj'm W. C. T .'B .:—A m eeting o f the W. C. T. U. w ill be held a t th e home of M rs. Chas. Greisen on Tuesday, F ebru­ ary 11. M embers and, those interested should bear this in mind. Advertised L etter List.—Following are the le tters rem aining uncalled for in th e local postoffice: Eddie L aporte, N eivatd Livery and Sales Stable, K atie , R ehd er,. Solider Vennelen. A sh Wednesday. —Y esterday tvas Ash •Wednesday, th e beginning of lent. , The rules and regulations were given o u t by F ath e r Broens on Sunday to- his parishoners—as w ell as a ll over- th e 'la n d . Board of Education.—The board of education held an adjourned m eeting la st evening, th ere being : little o r no business .of im portance tran sacted out- .side of the u sual auditing and allow ­ ance of ...

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 — 6 February 1913

VOW . \" K isses which /fall -upon the dead's rniite lips, ' ■ „ . Like dew on roses which th e first fro st !.-\"! ' .nips,: !//' Conie all too late: ’Tls better .fa r to give, them w hile' the lips can speak \"The golden chord 'of life a t best Is weak! Ah! do not w ait. . Kind words In ears whose e a rth ly pow* ers are spent, Like sunshine on the tree by lightning ■ ./■.:!/ ’r e n t ■/ Can give no balm 'T ls b etter fa r to give them whllc those ears' can hear F o r life h as much of wo and much of fear! And love brings-caln). I t is too la te w hen life's lam p burneth low, •'\"When h an ds once w arm are chill, as w inter's snow . To do kind'deeds . *Tls b etter here, where feet are prone to slide: - . T o -h e lp 'th e ir needs. ' • *T ls'better how— than w ait .till eventide A h . ' friends! dear friends — if any such ■:: ./.’ there be— • Keep not your loving r thoughts aw ay from m e - ........... . WIT AND HUMOH. lie supplied by draft,. The draft Was mode, howeve...

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 — 6 February 1913

THE STURGEON BAY 3 * . FEBRUARY 6, 191&, t h e u m s H o v s B m m . S h e w e a rs a s p o tte d h a n d k e rc h ie f A ro u n d h e r su n n y h a ir * H e r s k ir ts a r e k ilte d tid ily , p e r little , h a n d s a re bare.' S h e d o es n o t do h e r w o rk in g loves. T h is w ise a n d b u sy m aid - T o bake, o r W ash, o r sw eep, o r sew , . S he’s n o t a b it a fra id . A . Arid w h ile sh e ’s b u sy th ro u g ti'th e house,' So g ra c e fu lly sh e goes, v T h e f a ir e s t b e lls m ig h t im ita te T h e m a id e n 's e v e ry pose. .A. sc o re o f p re tty a ttitu d e s U n sc io u sly sh e ’ll ta k e I t- w e r e lu ck y fo r th e p a in te r th a t Could su c h a p ic tu re m ake. ’Along th e c h in a a n d p r e tty th in g s, T h e p ic tu re s o n th e w all, ■ T h e l it tl e h o u se w ife m o v e s 'a b o u t, T h e p r e ttie s t th in g o f ail. S h e g e n tly w a v e s th e f e a th e ry b ru sh , H e r h a n d s ab o v e h e r h e r head'. A...

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 — 6 February 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 6, i 913. COUNTY^ NEWS. -'. B E T B O IT H A B B O B . V There wns born- to Mr. and Mrs. Nels C .'X clson on Jpnunry 27, an ll-pound boy. All is well. . On Friday, the 31st, the m ail arrived 'here' a t 8:30 .p.: in.,' the trip, having been m a d e in the teeth of tlie terrific bliz­ zard .that prevailed on th a t day, and been on the wav since W ednesday .morn­ ing. . . ' . ! ■ ^ . ■ The w ork of hauling the wood from th e S. H. Newman place has been com­ menced and w ill- Be -rushed until the haulers ea tch .u p w ith the cutters, who liad gotten-'a good s ta rt because of the lack of'sleighing. ''W in te r h as arrived in all its glory, there now being in the neighborhood of- stsven inches of snow since the storm of Friday, and the tem perature has been flirting w ith the zero m arie. w ith a persistency th a t would lead one to be­ lieve they were “stuck’’ on one another. H unting .wolves and p u ttin g up ice is the order of the day t...

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 — 13 February 1913

LGCAL^CSNfeRAL MARINE Coast Light Again Lit. Lightkeeper Chas /.Bavry the latter part o f:la st w eek roeeived instructions to relight the lights a t ‘the canal, which: k 4yc a new, s4 of flues put iir her boil- - had been .extinguished a. cpuj»le:bf/weeks . previous. I t developed^after the light h ad .b eeh extinguished ’th a t it w as a great help to the carferries, and several tin ^ s.th e.h p ats.ofc.the.lin e-yfou ld hay^. run into the canaT for sh elter: ha^' the light been in cotnmission. The \"coast ' light is visible much further, than any. o f the other beacons along t h e , w est shore and can be picked tip as a guide to advantage on this account. For this and other reasons it . was deepied. ad­ visable to keep.the light in commission. I t is not likely th at it w ill ever be ordered to shut down again, as this w as the. first tim e ip fifteen years or more rhat it had been out. cago shipping plaijl for repairs to ' her rudder a n d . a . tpuching. up below the linpi '...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 February 1913

f / THE STURGEON BAT AJVOCATEf EEBRUARY 13, i W3 / & : /V . STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Patrick Braun foil down a flight' of . stairs at his homo in' Ripon and broke 77 'his neck. ' ' ._ ./'// // •/..' v:.//.-:-'' '.’•â–  - The village board of Lodi' lias voted to issue-$i’2,000 bonds for tjie construe' tion of a village hall. ' / r / ' -Arthur'' Bartholomew, a Burlington, Wis], farmer lost his left hand in a corn shredder one day last week. Herman Kjiuth, the 2-year-old son of Arthur Knuth of Kau jClaire, fell into, a tub of hot water and'Was scalded to death..' The saloon residence and dance hall at Five Corners, near Appleton, was de­ stroyed by Arc a t a loss of $1 f,000, with but $3,000, insurance. ..../F re d Jacobsen, a prominent resident of Dclafield, died Friday morning of heart failure at the age of 44. Adam ClafC a , pioneer of -Sauk City, died in th at city at the age of 91. August C. Koch, postmaster of the village of Kewaskum for the past twen­ ty-years, died at his hom...

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 — 13 February 1913

MZSETEO. -J 'imlSB you dear. In the springtim e when th e w illows blossom w hitely, : .:: \"Whan the sloe boughs bloom and bour­ geon and the blackbirds build and “When over 'th e sky of. azure th e w hite /:■■■■■ fringed clouds pass lightly! W hen violets w ake in the woodlands ,, and the corn blades fresh ly spring. B u t I -miss you, too, in sum m er, when th e w aves break on the shingle. W hen the languid lilies’ perfum e is w afted upon the breeze, jW hen cream y and pink and fra g ra n t the roses nod in the dingle, W hen the kingcups turn the mead­ ows to glistening and golden seaB. And I m iss you more in autupin w hen in ru stlin g cornfields yellow V R eapers s in g : their- lay s ’ of gladness, 5 when the plovers loudly call, W hen the woods are gold em blazoned .• . and th e apple orchards mellow, And .th e bram ble red and purple where ■ ’ .the ripened berries fall/- ' ■ B ut m ost of all I m iss you when the snowflakes w hite are flying. W hen the day...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 February 1913

. - • . THE STURGEOJi'BAY ^DVodATli, FEBW ARV i^ ig lik 1t ■ e : Entered in the rost-ofllce a t Sturgeon Ba\\ V is., as second-class Ynatter. ■ Dudley S. Loiig, Business Manager. . Published Every. Thursday, at Sturgeon Bay. WIs. ‘ :-. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N . O n e y e a r .. . . . . , . . . . . ' . . . . . - ................. $1.50 S ix m o n th s .. . . . . . . . ............... . .-■ .\"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 ie s . .............. .05 T w o d o lla rs w ill b e ch a rg e d i f n o t p aid w ith in th e y e a r. Sturgeon Bay, Win.,' February 13, 1013. A double murder, grewsome, in. its details, shocked the city of Milwaukee Monday, which is becoming accustom­ ed to such things lately. ■ In this par­ ticular instanee\"11id victims,' a man and aged mother, who are Italians, were horribly mutilated with . a knife. A report lias been received telling...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 February 1913

THE SXORGEQM BAY, APVjDtCAJCE, FEBRUARY- .li : Jgj3 '.. .,.. LOCAL ITEMS ° - Jo?Wng-iUE'rfi“P is'wii1 ,^c g^atiy ’Pay? ‘S tate Tax.-“T W ant W ater Mjfij? . Extended.—Resi- , . reas^rjfl^U -.^H -.jtJents. jn flip* F irst 'yfard noirtIr of Lfb- ler thw week , sent in tbe '8tate^.teX£t,' ezty street bn, Court, .are agttaing. the: treasurer, the- total, of vrhich question of extending the water line as 'wa® $33,118.71. ......./r.( far a s t h e L. P . . Nebel residence a t Can’Get Cobb: Books.—The ladieSjwbo Rieboldt itv.shua and then .west to Cedat did not receive cook books a t the pok-'^tr®:et:- I t the purpose' of tiiose h iv ­ ing school conducted by .Miss N. Max- ?ng. tlie m atter. in chaigp to raise, the .vjreB, and who handed in their names at' - money and p u t1 the extension in th e . th a t time will receive one if they call a t some as i t ’-was done on Lawrence av- C. P. Bassett’s.drog store Saturday af enue. W ith l ^ s , line, th e .F irs t ward ternoon. .would be w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 February 1913

: THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 13, 1913 A WOMAOTS FSarAXCS. O n c e on a time, a 'woman sore oppress* '\"■■■' ed . . By..sense, of smiling, the great crime confessed ' .. ■ . To faithful Buddha, Saying she resoled To sin no more If once the priest ab- ' ■ solved. ■ ' ••Your sin, my daughter?\"'asked the pi­ ous man, \"I absolution grant to all I can ' Your heart uiifold, each'’secret thought ’ reveal, . Ahd nought ■ of sin, my daughter, there • • conceal. . . . . . . . . • \"Master,” she said,. “In me Is no deceit. But,, a ll.I hear my tongue must fain re- ■ ■ .p eat. ■ • . . I .tell to one, and she confides in two, Unheeding if the tale be false or true. ••You said good teacher. In your sacred . word, ■ Unspoken scandal never, could be heard I would atone, with all my soul I long To cure the fault, and to repair each wrong.” A: moment's silence, then the teacher \"Spoke, ' ':\"*■■ As he a thistle-top from Its stem broke \"Scatter the ripe seed do y...

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 — 13 February 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 13, 1913. AT BOVS, T he toilers In the busy town y h e trav elers on the m a in ,. T h e ipen who seek for b rig h t renown. A n d 'th o se , who: search fo r gain. M ay tell of w ondrous scenes and fa ir On land o r ocean's foam B u t no ne' am ong them m ay com pare W ith th a t sw eet spot • called home. W h a t thoughNyour hum ble board tonight W ith sim ple f a r e ' is spread ' ' T he faces round -the meal a re bright* ' The hearth is w arm and red T o u r w ife’s sw eet .smile, your children’s glee, ' ' -.y' _' T h e fond, fam iliar kiss— Tou m ight travel -far, and see No place on earth like this. My home today is very fair, .* B ut tears rise thick and fast, A s memory sw iftly flies to w here ' My boyhood’s days w ere passed. I feel my m other’s kiss again . My childhood’s home I see I :■hear' my fa th er's voice -As when . I stood beside his knee. A t home! the very ,w ords resound W ith harm ony and peace. T he w eary w anderer hears...

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 — 13 February 1913

■THE ST U R G E O N -B A Y ADVOCATE, F E B R U A R Y 13, 1913. ' / COUNTY NEWS [Continued From First Page] : BAXLEYS HABBOB. Jos. Zak transacted business at Stur­ geon 'Bay last Thursday. Ed Lcveridge of Egg Harbor spent \" Sunday at the Eatough home. ■ Dentist T. A. Egan made hia semi monthly visit here last 'Wednesday. Mike Simony . real • estate dealer of Sturgeon Bay was among our callets on . Tuesday • last. Mrs. John Week of Gibraltar spent ■’ a few. days of the past week as guest of. her sister, Mrs. Emil Liest. ' Max Wilson, was in town last . Monday taking up cream' for his creamery. The supply is not as great as it was. Martin Schraiu drove to. tlie county seat last Tuesday returning* AVednes day with a load of freight for the sta tion. , Miss Hilda AVestphal who lias been visiting .at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oldenberg returned: to her liome at^Algoma last Tuesday. \"Edward Goss arrived home last Thurs­ d a y from outside points. Mr. Goss was a member of th...

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 — 20 February 1913

VQL. 51. NO 48 STURGEON BAY, WIS., .THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913. LOCAL ^'GENERAL MARINE NEWS Suspends His License. The inspectors of this district, Messrs. VariPatten and Collins, within (the week notified Capt. Peter Batohelder/of their findings in the case heard-here last week, which was t o ' the effect, th a t his li­ cense wilL be suspended for the next forty-five days. \"t, In' the case-..of/Dave VariDreeae the engineer who run the tug w ithout the required license, he was gived a* fine of $100 and had hi3 license suspended for the same length of time. /H e is a resi­ dent of Marinette. / As stated last week the offense com­ m itted was running the tug Smith from this port to the east shore of Lake Michigan without an engineer having papers entitling him to-m ake the trip. The Largest Side-wheeler Afloat. . The largest aide-w heelr passenger steam er in the world, the See and Bee Syras / launched a t ' Detroit. Beginning, w ith Juy 1 she will float the waters of . -the Grea...

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 — 20 February 1913

S .Ms' . THE JSXURGEOn BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 20, 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. .Tolm U. Wood, a well-known Wiscon-’ ■used until it is completely out and no trace of glowing coal-is left. tt. Never throw a liiittch just-used into sin and Michigan mine and bank owner tla‘ ™»od * « . cellarwiy «* sidewal* .area, waste box or basket, onto the floor .• . v * * ' . jor anywhere else where rubbish may be “ Mrs. Alma McGuire .has started suit 3 ^ on lire. .. for $19,000 against, the village:of Cale* j ‘‘“..To protect yourself, your, family jdonja. for injuries alleged to have been and yonr property use' ^safety matches.!! sustained by falling on a defective side* j ■ ■ -■ ’: ■ ' - - r ■ \" S n s tia ,* Madison, ^ged 70.’ .of t h e A M O N G THEJLEGISIATORS. tow nof Saxeville, committed suicide by] . .. •• L., , hanging himself in- his barn. Since his . \" '•**'18 fk,1° \" nla8 tim m bthcr s pension wife died last fall lib has been mentally •' £'»• one of the Republican ple...

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 — 20 February 1913

t h e STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 20,1913. HIS JBBTHETZC VOTE. S h e \"JSouse tlfte, . love! Aurora's fingers •â–  !Paint'in roseate hues the sky Luna's disk, reluctant, lingers: • • Hear the robin’s morning lay i” v-: ■ ^ ■•'■ He - “Can't ye let Mm yaiyp, f womlet ? Yesterday I washed them shec- i I'm dog-tired! Why h i thund-:r . Can't ye let a feller sleii*?” * ■ ■■ She /■ '■• ‘jCome my precious, let us wander Where upon the 1. .*.'1 it'3 I.rpftst • Silvery stars their sw*?t lignt sq'iana*r. Now the day king’s gone to'rest. . 1 Through the hushed air hear tii.it :uar-' ' ing, ' ' /'■' ' Weird,' uncanny melody! Is i t ‘lovesick Undine’s groaning, . , Or the banshee's wailing cry?” . '/ ■ He j..- •JSoOii’s the- light o'day is dawnin’, I must ship a load o- nogs, What’s the' use ter stand here yawnin’, Listenin’ to owls an* frogs?” .Oja her cheeks the bright tears glitter, Kissed away before they fall “Why, yu silly, little critter! f .1 declare’ she’s going ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 February 1913

f i ' A ' ’ ■ \" THE STORGEOft BAY ^ADVOCATE, FEBRtJARY20^i913. .! ////- ■ - / - / son by publishing the fa c t5 that lie. earned, or was paid, $2,500 in addition to his salary. It was simply stated to show that'lie was under obligations: to Ekern, and how it is “getting his goat” is not just dear. He has a right to earn all he can get. He says himself die Was paid $1,850 for services*as special exnmiper and $800 for “expenses.'’ From this it would appear that .the 'state­ ments in the “Stalwart” press Were not RATES OF. SUBSCRIPTION. |,far out the way. They credit him with One year. ..••. 11.60 $3,000 and he admits haying received Stour‘montbi!!!' -!I-!11II11!!'!’!'!:! !v .50jover that amount. No one blames him .Two months. ’.. ’..! ! .! ! ! ! .. .......... .25 | for drawing $10 a day as special exam- § a iig tlv o (a tc i Entered in .th e'P ost-o ffice, at Sturgeon Bay. AVis., a s Becond-elass m atter. Dudley S. Long, Business Manager. Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 February 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 20,1913 LOCAL ITEMS. Letter ListV-Miss Elia -Anderson, •Miss . Bette} ^tliompson, Miss Lillian Marcell. 'v Dorcas . S o c ie ty T h e Boreas Society will give a Colonial‘ tea a t the'hom eof Mrs. George Washburn on -Friday, Feb. ruary 2l8t, from 2 to () o'clodc. -Ali,are cordially invited.. • Wfln. Jess Appointed.—The vacancy .’■created on th e ' Training. School aboard- by. the resignation of Dr. H A. Norden has -been filled : by Chairman ' Eatough by the • appointment of William Jes3 of the town of Washington. Lost .a Mule.—A. W. Lawrence with­ in the week lost another valuable mule from an affection th at is known as red . eye.'. I t is stated th at this disease is general among these animals this win ter, .having been brought in- from, out- side. . Will Give Minstrel Show.—A number of the young men of the city are arrang­ ing plans, to give a minstrel show, soon after Easter, the entertainment to be given as a benefit of the manual, .train...

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 — 20 February 1913

TJtg STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 20, 1913. THE BAST’S RING. '\"W hile o v er m y jew e ls I d ream to n ig h t K eep sak es ric h w ith m em o ries • b rig h t. D w ellin g in fa n c ifu l s to rie s of. old, • O f k n ig h t arid la d y ,.o f love a n d ' gold, 1 c a tc h th e b rig h t gleam o f a sm a ll gold rin g * ■ T h a t spem s in its 'c o r n e r o f p lu sh to c ling, ■' I. tak e o u t tlie rin g an d m y h e ’d bends - low . ■■ ■'■■”■. :-'■./'■■\" As m y th o u g h ts go back to .th e lo n g ^ g o / J liv e in th e' d a y s th a t a re dead an d O'er,.\" r ... ■■■ .% d ream of. th e rin g th e b aby w ore. ... 1 g a te th ro u g h th e m ist a t v th& scen es ' ’ again,’ A n d -te a rs' w ell up to m y 'e y e lid s .w h e n • I th in k o f th e c h a ir b y th e k itc h e n sin k , • W h e re m y. b aby clam b ered to \"D e t a dw ink.” A gain 1 fdndle th e llttle 's h o e , W ith a. hole in th e toe w h e re th e' sto c k ­ i n g pee...

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 — 20 February 1913

a . THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 20, 1913.’ tome. VEBVECT SE C U R ITY . T h e c z a r r e tu rn e d fro m h is G erm an ex- \\ c u rs lo n I n . a c a st-iro n . trav elin g : c a r 7v ■ ■ : W ith a b e a v e r o f zin c ■ T h a t w a s b lac k e d w ith in k T h a t a d y n a m ite b om b w o u ld n o t s c a r : A nd y o u co u ld n ’t s tic k a p in . I n h is c o lla r o f tin , And h e lau g h e d In h is triu m p h , h a ! h a! JVnd so h e re tu rn e d fro m : h is to u r o f p le a su re In a b ra s s -lin e d Ja ck e t o f ste e l, \" .7 ,\" 7 W ith a s b e s to s so ck s , ‘ T h a t w e re to u g h e r th a n ro ck s W ith p a tc h e s o f zin c on' th e h e e l 7 A nd you cou ld n ’t s tic k a lan c e T n h is c a st-iro n p a n ts , 1 ... A n d a can n o n b a ll th ey -W o u ld n o t feel. So th e g r e a t c z a r tra v e ls In s a fe ty s e ­ cu re, so Joyous a n d ’H appy an d . g ay . *|How c a re le s s a n d frd e,\" : S aid th e czar, “ w e a ll bo ...

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 — 20 February 1913

i m i i ■r-M , TH E SltfR G E O y .BA Y ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 20. m 3 J ___’ ' - COUNT* -NEWS- BAXEEY8 HABBOB. i Carl l’olsicn tra n sa c te d . business a t Sturgeon B a y la st M onday. ’/■■' F. I. Fleck, pop m anufacturer of S tu r­ geon Bay was am ong our callers last Tuesday. . ■ Miss M yrtle Collins i3 kept busy sew­ ing. A t present.she is a t the home of Mr. Heins. Misses Nellie Robinson took in the bas­ k e t ball game a t Jacksonport last Fri- . day evening. M rs. Ja3.~M cArdlc presented her hus­ band w ith a line baby boy, which a r ­ rived la st Thursday. The drivers of the gasoline and kero­ sene ta n k s delivered their products here to our m erchants last M onday./ •C apt. Geo. Bennct arrived home from , M ilwaukee the_ first p a tt .-of th e week, a fte r a couple of weeks’ absence. A number of our citizens are busy, since good sleighing set .in hauling poles which were cut for firewood. Miss M artha M ilte^ returned from M innesota la st S atu rday,/havin...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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