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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 February 1916

Thq Advocate is the Offi cial Paper of Both City and County ESTABLISH ED 1862 . VOL. 54 NO. 48 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1916. LIKE MARINE HEWS. CHICAGO MARINE. A t a meeting of Chicago marine men Tecently the' conversation developed into story-telling and one of the number fi­ nally told how a former' Sturgeon' Bay boy jumped from a tug into the water and captured a deer, holding the animal until a boat came alongside and the oc­ cupants helped him to secure it. The story was scoffed a t and finally the in-* cident was made the subject o f a b e t a s to itB truth or falsity. The editor of The Advocate has been requested to furnish the information which w ill de­ cide the bet. W e have looked1through' our files and under date of Sept. 16, 1880, .find the item under the following heading: Capturing Deer in the Bay. “While coming up from Idle wild on the steam'.yacht Julius Tuesday morn­ ing, the party on board, numbering •eight or ten men, espied five deer in 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 — 24 February 1916

FAGE TWO. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1916. n c Sturgeon 3Dap advocate P u b lis h e d U v e r’.v T h u r s d a y a t S tu r g e o n H ay, W is. 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 ■Bay, W is .. u s s e c o n d -c la s s , m a tte r . R A T E S O F SU BSCRIPTION’ : O ne y e a r ................................................ $1.60 • 8U months ......................... . ... .76 Pour m o n th s ..................................v . . . .60 T w o months ......... 25 .Single copies ................. .0.5 T w o d o lla r s w i l l .b e c h a r g e d i f n o t ' P '-W - w ith in th e y e a r. , DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Was., February 24, 1910. The attendance and interest taken in the farmers’ meetings last week, is an indication' of the- high intellgence and progTCSsiveness of the community. It in the spirit th at will make better fa r mors and better, citizens. According ot the statistical report submitted to congress within the...

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 — 24 February 1916

THE STOfiGEOK BAY ADVOCATE, FEBBtFARY FACE TH U S Local News Guernsey Breeders Meet.— \\ . There was a meeting of the Guernsey breeders a t the committee room o f ’the city hall on Monday morning to talk over some m atters appertaining to their association and other m atters of inter- - est.' . * Warm Weather.— ■ Thursday of last week was one of the warmest days th at has been experienc­ ed this winter, the thermometer show­ ing aboye 50, and the. w ater ran in the. streets until i t . threatened to put ai end to sleighing. By Friday morni the mercury had taken a fall to 10 Above. * — --------- |1re Alarm System Installed.— The fire alarm system has been in­ stalled, so th a t the next time there is an alarm of fire you will be able to tell ini wfiich ward the conflagration is locat­ ed.'\"*- A fter the general alarm the ward will be designated !by the number of blasts of the whistle to correspond with th e number of the ward. Harry Smith Dead.— . Harry Smith, the man who laid...

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 — 24 February 1916

PAGE FOUR THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1916. Personal Items Mrs. Albert Kovnc of Seymour. Wis., is the guest of Mrs. A. \\Voerfel for the ^iast- week or so. 3 * Miss Lorinne La Plant returned home Monday-evening from a month’s visit at Milwaukee and Chicago. Mi§s Marie Nelson returned home Tuesday evening after visiting at Mil­ waukee and Edgcrton. Misses Margaret Fitzgibbons and Luella Batehelder went to Algoma Mon day to spend a few days visiting. Mrs. C. P. Bassett entertained a num­ ber of friends on Friday afternoon at her homo on upper Cottage street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gnttie of Baileys Harbor, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Pfeifer this week. Mrs. B. D. Thorp entertained a num­ ber of lady friends on Thursday after­ noon at a most delightful six o’clock dinner. Mrs. Frederick W irth of Baileys H ar­ bor spent the week end a t the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wallace Oram, re turning to her home on Monday. Miss Fannie Packard spent the past coupl...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 February 1916

THE STUS6E0N BAT ADVOCATE, FiEBHUAR:Y 24, 1916. PAGE FIVS State News in Brief There are 7,697 patients in the state hospitals for the .insane, according to a statement issued by the board of con­ trol. . Mrs. Agnes Johnson, mother of four children, was arrested »t Racine on Thursday and sent to jail for refusing to send her 7 year Old hoy to school after repeated orders of the truancy offi­ cers. The lifeless body of L. S Hitchcock, civil war veteran aind resident of Mari­ nette for nearly forty years, was found near his office on tlhe second floor of a bank building. Death was due to heart disease, physicians say. 'William Wenndorf, life-long resident of Manitowoc dropped dead as he was about to take a seat a t the table for Ills- meal Thursday.. He haid suffered from pleurisy and it affected his heart. He was 56 years of age. . Fire starting in the r'eat of the Daily Times office at Watertown early Friday night destroyed the Masonic temple and its contents and for a time threa...

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 — 24 February 1916

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1916. Sto Youf THE GREATEST AND MOST SENSATIONAL MERCAI Save Tlii i b M Wait—First Gome, First Served I \\S 91 Say This That there Isn’t n man In this part of Wiscon­ sin who doesn’t know the People’s Store of Sturgeon Bay, AVIs., an one of the,, foremost leadlng.stores In this part of the s^ate hand­ ling none but the best high grade, nnd high class merchandise. All the most , |ip-to-the minute newest styles—Is the positive IRON :CLAD GUARANTEE of the first and best quality material. These are the quality of high grade goods yon are offered now, for, the sensational price that yon cannot, reslgt being tempted to come here, examine anfl buy. P U B L IC SA L E NOW IN FULL BLAST FOR ‘ 15 —DAYS —15 TO SATURDAY, MARCH 11. THE PEOPLE’S STORE, Sturgeon Bay, AVIs. $25.00 : x % . American - and $10.00 Ladies’ Suits . •O . Simpson Prints, Ladies’ Druses , in one lot,. ' Pubic Sale Price 77 now ‘ \" Pubic Sale ftice x now:’'''7v!' X Pubic Sal...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 February 1916

.1 .. t h e S t u r g e o n p a y :a d v o c a t e , F e b r u a r y 24. i o is PAGE SEVKP LE EVEN T THE BUYING PUBLIC HAS EVER KNOWN Stop Your Buying Save This and Wait—First Come, First* Served • 50c ■ 5c ' 50c and 75c - Ladies ’ Silk Dose, Laces—Insertions, * Ladies’ Neckwear Pubic Sale Price Pubic Sale Price now . 7 ' now *7:- | now . ,7/ 38c ' 7 lc : H-* 00 WHY! t, Coming just ie people the ver to be had e stotk must* make room by our new oor and Ke- q.v— :o come here, we decided to article NEWS ITEM. Extract From Door County News O w in g to th e in c re a se In b u sin e ss, w h ic h h a s a s su m e d su c h p ro p o rtio n s t h a t M r, R o s e n b e rg w a s u n a b le to h a n d le i t a lo n e a n d do Ju stid e, i t w a s ' d e c id e d to e n g a g e th e - s e r v ic e s o f a m a n a g e r to a s s i s t in th e w o rk . F r a n k J.- H e in d e l o f Ish p e m ln g , M ich., w a s s e ­ le c te d to flll th e p o sitio n . M r. H e in d e l co n ies h ig h ly re...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 February 1916

PAGE SIGHT' THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1916. . loss iSD QAnr. th e w as g olden d ay th e c o u n try -sid e th e E a s t I so rro w ed th a t dead, , I t s lig h t no m ore a'dorning B u t w h ilst 1 grieved, behold! g rew red W ith m orning. 1 sig h ed th a t m erry S p rin g w as forced to go A nd dolt the w re a th t h a t did so w ell becom e her, B u t w h i l s t 1 m u rm u red a t h e r absence, 165— ’T w as su m m er. * I m ourned becauso th e daffodils Were killed . V B y b u rn in g sk ie s th a t sc o rc lte d ^ m : e arly, posies B u t w h ile Tor th ese I pined m y h an d s w ere filled ' ' W ith roses. H a lf b ro k en -h earted !■ bew ailed th e end^ O f frie n d sh ip s th a n w hich nohe had once seem ed n e a re r B u t w h ilst 1 w e p t I found a new er friend. And d e a re r, A nd th u s I learn ed old p lea su res a re e stra n g ed O nly th a t (so m eth in g b e tte r m ay be given, U n til a t le s t w e f in d 'th is e a rth ex­ changed F o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 February 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 54, 1916/ PAGE NINE Marine News [Continued from F ir s t Page] GENERAL MARINE ITEMS. Official notice of the \"sale of the steamer Panther by - Joseph ■ Davidson and Carl and John Joys of Milwaukee has been received a t the federal marine department Milwaukee. There are 474 licensed Wisconsin fish ermen on Green bay and Lake Michigan. In 1914 they caught 16,746,745 pounds of fish, and the fish sold for ‘$706,925.00. There were 1.235 men employed and they had $6(^7,240.00 invested in boats, nets and other paraphernalia. Carferry steamer Ann Anbor No. 4 ■was obliged to go to Manitowoc on Wednesday of last week on account of a bent shaft. She encountered heavy ice floes on her run between Frankfort and Manistique, Mich., and in^releasing her self suffered the damage. She • was docked for repairs th e , day following. A Cleveland dispatch says: By an agreement reached between tugmen and officials of the Great Lakes Towing com­ pany, a general adva...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 February 1916

PAGE TEN THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1916. M, Windward Specialist Eyes examined and glasses scientifically fitted. Office over , Draeb’s Jewelry Store, * Sturgeon Bay, Wis. FOR SALE! e $1500 will buy the Steamer Thistle, if taken at once. For further particulars address Hart Transp. Co. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Putting Up Prescriptions of course is the most important part of our business, and it is the most exacting —b u t it’s a responsibility we do not shirk. We do business on tihe policy th at you cannot be too particular with medicine and our business of dispensing prescrip tions continues to grow and grow be cause the care we take is the same as if we were putting the medicine up for our o w n family's use. Bear th at in mind when you require any medicine. Logs and Bolts Wanted! Birch, Basswood, Balm Gilead Maple and Beech. Elm and A sh to be cut in 10 and 15 foot lengths. ' -Tr\\' BoltsDRY 1 and GREEN. f Birch, Basswood, Balm Gilead :& «, Poplar, Spruce, Balsam. '^N...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 February 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 24, 1816. / gam 5ardcn and -Itymc. D O H 'T BO CK T H E BO AT. J a c k w a s a y o u th w ho w a s fond of th rills , A nd b rav e ly he follow ed th e pace th a t kills. H e plunged, b ecau se he w a s yo u n g an d stro n g . A t c a rd s ’an d w o m en tind .wine, an d song, L a u g h in g a t p lea o r a t 's t e r n com m and. H e sow ed w ild , oats, w ith a rec k le ss h and, . D eb t an d illn ess, ru in and rac k C am e to th e bo y s w ho tr a in e d , -.witty. Jack . A g ra y old m an -c a m e a lo n g on e d ay A nd w a tc h ed J a c k th ro w in g h is s tre n g th aw ijy. , \" I t -won't W ork boy,\" h e sa id w ith a , sm ile, “I t ’s b e tte r to w alk , th a n to ru n a m ile. H ow c a n 'I a s k you to lis te n to m e?. I n e v e r w ould lis te n m y self, yo u see. T h e c o st o f i t a ll w a s w a sted y e a rs A nd a s h a tte re d fra m e —a n d a w o m an ’s te a rs . • ■ T h e tru th w ill daw n on you, boy, a t la s t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 February 1916

PAGE TWELVE THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 24, 1916. County BAILEYS HARBOR. Fred Snhiger of Egg, Harbor our SUndav callers. • ounger people remaining to spend tlie evening also. Mrs. lillenbetiTcer w as.pre­ sented with r. purse of $10.00.1 ■ John Smith of Jacksonport spent a I couple of days, hours here last Wednesday. Carl Shcrmer of Sturgeon Bay is visit­ ing with relatives here this week. Mesdames F. C. Blakcfield and F. Schuyler spent Sunday nt the home of Mr. Hunold of Jacksonport. Collins returned from the seat last Monday, having spent the week’s end transacting business. Ml1, arid. Mrs. Geo. Carinodv and Miss Lily Carmody of Egg Harbor were in totrii -Tuesday.' htr.'r SchAmaeher of Appleton inter­ viewed our business houses here last Monday. Mr. Schumacher represents Landorlf Co. of Milwalukce. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. AIcNeely of Stur­ geon Bay were called home here Sun­ day by the\" death of Mrs. McNecly’s brother, Peter-Muckian. ' ^ Our flour mill is kept busy 'grin...

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 — 2 March 1916

- m . f ' r '* * 3 : The Advocate is the Official Paper of Both. City and County e st a b l ish e d - THE 5 4 th Year VOL. 54 NO. 49 STURGEON BAY, W1S., THURSDAY, MARCH 2, I9i6. $1.50 A LAKE MARINE Hart Line Appointments. Tlie Kart Transportation company announce the following appointments for the season of 1916: Steamer Bon Ami—Capt. J. T. Rou­ lette, Green Bay, master Martin R. Minor, Green Bay, first officer Mark Holt, Sr., city, chief engineer Bert Nee- Jands, Green Bay, assistant engneer purser—no appointment made. The company is Jit present engaged in the usual winter repair work prepar­ atory to the opening of navigation. Out­ side work is now being performed while the ioe is firm, after which the interior ■will receive such attention as may- be found necessary. The boats will ■ '^be placed in commission as soon as the' ice' leaves Green Bay. V. 'vv A Plea for the Lightkeepers.i*- \"We are pleased to note that an effort is to 'be made at the present session .of the leg...

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 — 2 March 1916

THE STUEGE01T ® Sturgeon UBaT HOvocate ^ ^ h u r s d a y n t S tu rg eo n K nterefi In tlic Post-office n t S tu rg e o n W is., a s seco n d -class m a tte r. • R A T E S O P S U B S C R IP T IO N : t h s - ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! \" . - . S o la rs ^ Y l bV -iharg ed-’ if ithln the year. DUDLEY S. LONQ, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Was.', March 2, .1016. JUGGLING FACTS AND FIGURES. there to thought, it would not last six A t this time there is no one who tures to prophesy the end. Yet.. are some who appear to he get America mixed tip in the sv. “Only nt the protection of our na­ tional honor,” says President Wilson, “w'ould war he a possibility.” Yet he is still arguing with Germany over the Lusitania affair. A Milwaukee woman is suing a di­ vorcee of her husband for $1,000 life in­ surance money. It appears that the man was insured in the Maccabees, the policy being made payable to his wife, naming her. Later he was divorced nnd married a second time. He did not ...

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 — 2 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MARCH 2, 1916. FACE THJUE* Typhoid Fever ITS CAUSES AND NUMEROUS AND EFFECTIVE METHODS OF PREVENTION AND ERAD­ ICATION. Known As a Typical Filth Disease. Copy of Circular Issued by the Depart­ ment of Health of the City of / Chicago to Educate the People. The “epidemic” of typhoid th a t baa startled the inhabitants'of the city, wilt make the following,article of more than ordinary interest-Ho-the general public it being taken from a circular. issued by the department of health of Chicago, and therefore reliable: To .take typhoid fever, you m ust eat it.o r drink it—There is no other way. I t is caused by a germ th a t is in the discharges from the bladder or .bowels of those who have the disease, or those who have had it. . I t is usually, spread by w ater or milk poisoned b y typhoid discharges. I t is qometimes spread by other foods to which the germs have 'been carried by dirty hands-or iby flies. W ater-heated to the boiling point is made safe from ...

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 — 2 March 1916

VAGB FOUR THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1916. Personal Items . Mrs. T. C. l’roctor entertained a num­ ber of lady friends at. bridge Tuesday evening. The home of Flunk Bcbo was on \"Monday gladdened by the nrrivnl of a. bouncing baby boy. Mrs. Peter Leonhardt is reported on the sick list the past week, tho notlj- . ing serious is apprehended. Harry Blakcfield was up from Baileys Harbor on Thursday, and took in the Engineer’s ball in the evening. Alfa La Plant, left for Kenosha Mon­ day,, where he will enter the coastguard .atation as a member of the crew. Mrs. .Tohn Meverden returned to her home at Algoma on Monday after spend-! ing several weeks herb visiting with her sons. Mrs. Louis Nelson and Miss Eveline Remillard went to Green Bay Monday to visit their sister, Mrs. Clarence O’Brien. Mrs.' Anna Liunberg returned to her home here on Monday after having spent some time visiting with , relatives at Marinette. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacobs arrived from Chicago on Saturday, th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAT .ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1916. PAGE FIVE Local News W. C. Meeting.— '\"A regular meeting of the Woman’s club will be held on March 3. Cherry Boys Win.— The basket ball team known as the Cherry Boys defeated Carlsville, on Sunday afternoon by* a score of 24 to 7. Unclaimed Letters.— Letters remaining unclaimed a t the Sturgeon Bay postoffice for the week ending February 29, are: Wm. Scerbenj Miss Anna Larson, Mrs. Oscar Rommer. Card Party.— 1 ' . A card p arty will be given by .the Young Ladies Sodality of St. Joseph church on Thursday evening, March 2, a t the assembly hall, a t which, a fee of 25c will be charged. Marriage Licenses.— The following marriage licenses were issued during the past week: Jule Cor- besier and Lena Fashion, Gardner E l­ mer Desjarden. Liberty Grove, and Nel­ lie E. Nelson, Detroit Harbor.. Buys Residence.— . • Olaf Nelson of Ellison Bay within the week purchased the residence of Allie Ives in the First.w ard^lhj^d will occu­ py the same w it...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 March 1916

PAGfcSIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1916. toctni. TH E MAH F&OM HOME. Geo. b« t Tin . glad T m et you: J u s t p ut it here, old man H ow 's th a t? A drink? You b et you— And smoke? I grucss I can! T here’s a table in the ‘corner— Take a chair, and let's s it down—i Geo, but it's nice to meet a guy .F rom your home town! ' , I still get the home town paper— M other sends it down to me— Since th a t little college caper I have not been home, you Bee—7 So I've been a so rt of exile— W ell here's to you drink her down! Gee. but it’s nice to meet a guy F rom vour home town! I still read about the doings O f the people I once knew T he engagem ents and the wooings,. And the oyster suppers,'too— Tell me how are all the home folks, And my sw eetheart. M ary Brown? Gee, b u t it's nice to meet a guy a rom your home town! W h a t's th a t? She’s gone to V assar? And she drives a limousine? T here's nobody th a t can pass her? And she dresses like a queen? T hey have-cabarets i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 19X6. PAGE S E V » THE OLD UNIFORM By CHARLES FRASER ROSS, , The great pride In life of Jed Rob­ inson was that his .uncle Abner had been a soldier and a brave one. It was at Pea Ridge that the now old man had saved the colors of his com- 'feany through an act of unusual hero­ ism and had won distinguished notice. Shortly after Uncle Abner came home at the cessation of hostilities, the widowed mother of Jed died. Un- .cle Abner was a confirmed bachelor. His brother had left nothing. Abner himself owned a little forty-acre plot of ground along the river Just outside the town. He ran up a shack, made its interior as comfortable as his limit­ ed means would allow and adopted Jed. I t proved a poor possession, and with the exception of about one-twen­ tieth of its area the land was barren as a gravel pit. It seemed as though in some original glacial convulsion na­ ture had made a dumping ground of this convenient and selected spot to pile up all...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 March 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1916. THE PEOPLE’S STORE- ■THE PEOPLE’S STORE- ■THE PEOPLE’S STORE DOUBLE Trading Stamps a s U su a l rdered Out! DOUBLE Trading Stamps a s U su a l FROM EVERYWHERE they are coming here—from Algoma, Kewaunee and the sur­ rounding country and these thous­ ands who attended the first days are enthusiastically advertising this extraordinary event, the talk of all Bargains-the greatest ever heard of. People are showing their neigh­ bors the great values—Every pa­ tron sends us more from neighbor­ ing cities—The opening day hun­ dreds of people left the store without being waited on, so large were the crowds. We urge all to trade early, for Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be busy days with our big crowds. The People’s Store THE CALENDAR TELLS YOU WHY. Every Shelf Every Counter Every Rack Every Table OUT THEY GO! IS THE WATCH WORD NOW Disregarding All Former Values- Disregarding All Previous Prices'o P ric e s h a v e d ro p p e ...

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