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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 March 1916

I — THE STURGXOlf BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1916. PAGE im rE farm t e t o and iiomr. \"HO HOKE HIKE OUB HOKE.” \" T h e re is no h om e lik e o u r h om e.” S aid little J o h n n y P a y , A a dow n th e s tr e e t, w ith n im b le fee t. F ro m w o rk he tru d g e d aw ay . A nd y e t th e d in g y c a b in T h a t sh e lte re d h im a t n ig h t C ould n e’e r d e fy th e s to r m y sk y , ’ O r b id th e cold ta k e flight. “ T h e re Is no ho m e lik e o u r hom e,” P r a y w h e re w a s J o h n n y ’s b lis s ? A h! It b eg an , m y little m an, r W ith m o th e r’s w elco m e k iss. ' T h e b ro w n lo a f ta s te d sw e e te r. T h e p o rrid g e in th e cup. A ll ste a m in g h o t fro m p a n o r pot. S eem ed n e c ta r a t each su p . T h e lo v e t h a t l it th e ca b in S hone b r ig h te r th a n th e . su n . T h e W ords o f, c h e e r to c h ild h o o d d e a r * W e re le s s o n s w e ll b egun. , , A ye! m a n y a lo rd ly p alace. W ith g ra n d h a lls b r ig h...

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 — 2 March 1916

PAGE TEN /THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1916. County News BRUSSELS. A number’ of vonug people from Brus­ sels attended the play given at Maple- ■wood Inst- Friday liiglit Mrs. Emil from Forestville is visit­ ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ’Wolf­ gang Vogel. Fnrtriers hereabouts are keeping the mill of Chaiudoir and Go. 'busy in grind­ ing feed and flour , for. them. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Horlaclie, who had' been visiting at- the\" home of their daugh­ ter in Mnplcwobd. returned homo Fri­ day. . - -■.■' Autone Moundry,. our local butcher, ■was busy butchoring the tatter part of last week and now has a good supply of meat on hand for the convenience of people in Brussels and vicinity. The following pupils in Jt. Disfc. No. 1, Brussels and Gardner, had a perfect attendance during the month of Febru­ ary John and Rudolph Rockow, Leon­ ard Reimcr, Herman Fischer, Andrew, George and Inez Rutz, Elnora and Es­ ther Neinas and Grace Pennock. Our clieesemaker, Fabain Reinc...

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 — 9 March 1916

The Advocate is the Official Paper of and County ESTABLISHED 1862 VOL. 54 NO. 50 STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1916. 54- fear v . - LAKE M I N E HEWS. Close Deal on the Barth. The sale of the steamer L., L. Barth •was formally closed the latter part of ■the week, when the bill of sale of the barge was made out by Capt. Hamilton and turned over to Capt. Thoreson,..rep­ resenting the United Sand Company of Chicago. Both gentlemen were here part of Friday and Saturday, returning to Chicago on the afternoon train. Capt. 'Thoreson will return here the latter p a rt of the week to look after the re­ build of the steamer. Rieboldt & Wolter, the local shipbuild­ ers, who had the contract to make ex­ tensive repairs on the boat, will contin­ ue the work, and in addition thereto will put hoppers in the hold of the craft, as Bho%is to be converted into a sandsucker by her new owners. W ork/is being rushed on the boat and she will bo fin­ ished and delivered as soon as poss...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 March 1916

TWO. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1916. S t u r g e o n » a ? H tw o c a te Eve^ T h u rsday W is. a t Sturgeon E n tered In the Post-ofllee n t Sturgeon B ay, W is.. a s second-class m atter. R A TES O P SU B SC R IPTIO N : O ne y ear ............................. . . . r. ..............$1.60 S is m onths ..........^.................................. .75 F o u r m onths ................... 50 Two m onths .................. ,25 S ingle copies ............... 05 Tw o dollars w ill be charged If not P '-id W ith in the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. IStwrgcon Bay. Wis., March 9, -191C. PATRIOTISM. A nation is inn tie great, not* by its fruitful acres, but by the men who cul­ tivate them not by its great forests, but by the men who use them not by its mines, but-by the men who .work them 'not by its railways, but by the men who build nnd run them. America ■was a great- land when Columbus dis­ covered it 'Americans have made of it a great Nation. In 1776 our fathers...

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 March 1916

' ' \\ ■ j ’ \" • • V. • • THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1915. CELEBRATE SECOND ANNIVERSARY Members of Moravian Congregation Sur­ prise Rev. E. F. Helmich and Fam­ ily on Friday Evening. REV. S. GROENFELDT DELIVERS AN ADDRESS. There was a large gathering a t the Moravian church parlors last Friday ev­ ening the occasion being a surprise par­ t y in honor of Rev. Hehnich'a second anniversary as pastor of the church. The official board had invited Rev. Groen- feldt to deliver the address which was appreciated by all. Rev. Groenfeldt said, in part: “I am indeed glad to be w ith you on th is second anniversary of Rev. Hel- anieh’s pastorate. I t was indeed a hap­ p y thought on the p art of your officers to plan a celebration on this day. Both pastor and people are to be congratulat­ ed. Solomon says ‘A good wife is of the Lord’ and a good pastor is a bless­ ing to any congregation. This congre­ gation is to be congratulated on having such a pastor in your midst. T hat t...

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 — 9 March 1916

YtfiSFOTJR THE STURGEON EA* ADVOCATE, MA^CH 9, 1916. 4T Personal Items Dan Fisclicr of Milwaukee was the guest of friends here over Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Campbell is reported to (n on the sick list during the past week Mrs. Julia Gray was confined to her home and bed for several days the past \"week by illness. Joseph Wolter left Wednesday moni- ing for Manitowoc on a business trip for a couple of days. / A child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marsh has been very ill during the past week, but is improving. „ * •Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Draeb of Kewau- a$q ,arriVed here Wednesday to spend a H ^ ^ ^ y ^ ’ith relatives. * ji files Leathern Smith and Rufus Kellogg'entertained at a sewing party on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Hahn and Mrs. F. Stradd­ ling -spent Sunday with relatives at Ke­ waunee, returning home Monday. Miss Lucy Ives went to Green Bay Monday to spend a few days visiting with her sister, Mrs. Ella Ditzihan. Mrs. C. B. Packard on Monday took her departure for Sheboygan, where she will ...

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 — 9 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH9, 1916. PAGE nVM Dorcas Society.-^\" The Dorcas society will meet with Mrs. W. E. Wegener on Tuesday even­ ing, March. 14. W. C. T. ,U. Meeting.— ' The W. C T. U. will meet with Mrs. Harry- Schuyler on Tuesday afternoon, March 14, ' The topic is “Play Grounds1.\" Miss 'Vivian Sehuyler will he the lead- . • M instrel Show.— . The minstrel show given a t the opera house on Tuesday evening was a decided \" success, the large auditorium being filled to the' doors. ' The singing Was excep­ tionally good .a n d the local “hits” ■brought down the house. Start Moving'Building.— Preparations are being made to move the building recently occupied by the Fax Brothers and ,owned by. Hebei & Eons. I t will be taken to the lots own­ ed by the Messrs. Hebei on lower Cedar street, where i t is proposed to build the storage plant. Making Improvements.— The N. S. W ashburn Lumber Co. have had considerable improvements made about the warehouses and\" storage bu...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1916. A S T O Y O U. J u st a Did you Rive lilm a lift? H e's a broth­ er o f man. And bearing about a ll th e burden he can. D id you give him a sm ile\" H e w as ' dow ncast and blue, And the sm ile would have helped him to b attle it through, i. Did you give him your hand? H e w as slip p in g dow nhill, . . And the world, so I fancied, w as u sin g him ill. D id you give Mm a word? D id you , sh ow him the road? O r did you let him go on w ith h is load? I . D id you help him along? H e's a sinner lik e you. ' L _ H u t the clasp o f your hand .m ight have carried him through. D id you give him good cheer? word and a sm ile. \"Were w h at he m ost needed that la st w eary sm ile. D o you know w h at h e bore in that bur­ den o f care T h a t is every m an’s load and that sy m ­ p athy shares? D id you try to And out w h at he needed from you. , , ■ Or did you Just leave him to b a ttle it through? D o you know w h at it m eans to b o 'lo ...

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 — 9 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1916. PAGE SEVEN tafau atul Wimt. BRO TH ER AND SIST ER . Oh, M arch is a rollicking fellow! H e w histles, he shouts, and lie sings H is n atu re is m erry and mellow, And cheery the challenge he flings O ver the hills and the valleys, O ver the wild w estern ways, .here the sp irit of w inter s till rallies H is cohorts for fiercest affrays. Soon, w ill sw eet A pril, his sister, ’ Hollow the rough path he treads, A nd flowers th a t have loved her and m issed her . W ill, tim idly lift up their heads And, she'll weep fo r the ac ts of her brother. And her tears the snow drops w ill quaff, T ill suddenly, somehow or other, O ut ripples her beau tiful laugh. Oh, M arch is a rollicking fellow, A storm y and blustering old beau H is n atu re is m erry and mellow And yet, w hen his tim e com es to go. H e’ll no t be missed, fo r a sw eeter. Sovereign w ill reign in his place And d'-ftodils gayly w ill g reet her,. A nd b u ttercu p s laugh in her fa...

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 March 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1916. County Ne MAPLEWOOD. Louis Jarchow spent Sunday in and around Institute having driven nip with, his ponies, returning Sunday evening. Practically nil the married folk in the vicinity of Maplewood took in the ball given in their favor at Bablcr’s hall on Monday night, March 6, Miss Gcr) rude Klumb, the local teach-* er, spent the week end at her home at Sturgeon Bay. being forced to be absent from the Forestville play by program duty at a reception in the city oft that evening. _ A xgiJ^iuShy of the young folk of MapleYVtM attended the play at For- estville\\m Friday and state the snrtie to' hnvc been \"super excellent,” and en­ joyed the time following a great deal. There were teachers there in abundance —so ’tis said, and\\8ehool board members likewise. Public spirited people helping a prublic cause. \\ The attendance at the^ local school took a fall on Monday owing to the se­ vere storm. The month of February had eighteen pupi...

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 March 1916

ESTABLISHED 1862 Advocate is the Official Paper of Both City and County VOL. 54 NO. 51 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Coast Guard Station Opens. The coast guard station at the canal opened for the season of 1916 a t 8 o’clock a. m. on Wednesday morning, March 15, with the following crew in charge: - George Gatfield, captain Albert F. Brown. No. 1 Josiah Van Bremmer, 2 Gilbert Hitt, 3 Robert Anderson, 4 Ed-* ward Donovan, 5 Hardy Jansen, 6 Dan. Laviolette, 7. The last named is the only new mas. on the. crew, and hails from Little Sturgeon, where the inhabitants are brought up on the w ai­ ter, being fishermen from the time they are able to walk, so that, there is no doubt he will make a good life-saver. All the Stations in the county—Plum Island and Baileys Harbor—also opened a t .the same time, as did others oh the shores of Lake Michigan. The stations opened at the same time last year, but under much more favorable conditions as far as...

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 March 1916

THB STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MARCH 16, 1916. — S t u r g e o n B a ? a d v o c a te P u blished E very T hursday a t Sturgeon B a y .\\V ls . ____ _ B ntercd in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., a s second-class m atter. KATES O P SUBSCRIPTION: .$ 1 .6 0 .76 .60 .26 o ig ic tu |n v o ................................ Tw o dollars w ill be charged if not pMd w ithin the year. O ne year 81x m onths . P o u r months Tw o m onths S ingle copies DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., March 16, 1910. The California styles in -bathing cos­ tumes, as shown in the daily press have evidently not been passed, upon by the hoard of censorship. The costumes worn by some of the “society leaders” are as attractive as a Salome outfit. Loose fitting garments -of transparent ailk puts to shame the most daring of the ballet, and backs the circus perform­ e r off the boards. Wilson’s policy of watchful waiting has borne fruit in the ipurder of six­ teen Americans at Columbus, N. M. ...

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 — 16 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAKCH 16,1916. I j?AGE TH K SB ■ I State News in Brief Chas. W .. Dikeman, a pioneer of Ke­ waunee county and father of Mrs. Geo. W. Wing, died at the home of his •daughter on March 2. Owing to ill health,' Justice W. H. Timlin has announced that he rWill not be a candidate for re-election to the supreme bench at the election in April. Several candidates are in the field. After going on record by a vote of 23 to 15 Friday moniing as favoring the •$700,000 bonding proposition for good roads, the county board of Outagamie county by a vote of 27 to 11 adopted the county highway system. Miss Nellie Radigan, age 20 years, ■was terribly burned when the contents of a kettle filled with scalding water spilled over her face, arms and chests. She was carrying the kettle down stairway when she slipped and fell. She is a resident of Janesville, Wis. up and Mr. Theys attempted to thaw them out with a red hot iron. No dif­ ficulty was experienced in thawing'out 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 — 16 March 1916

WkQiB FOUR THE STURGEOH BAY ADVOCATE,MARCH 16, I9i6. Personal Items Miss Cora Barrand arrived here Mon- * y evening from Algomn to spend n short time visiting with friends. Mrs. H. J. Lawrence returned to her home at Milwaukee on Saturday after visiting here for several weeks past. Mr. and Mrs. George Dmeb went to Milwaukee Saturday to spend a few days on business and pleasure combined. Ainslee Peterson left Monday after moon for a couple of week’s trip down to Manitowoc, Milwaukee and other places. - '' Miss \"Nellie Webb arrived here from Green Bay the first of the week and is visiting with he'r brother John and other friends. » Joseph Wolter spent several days a t Milwaukee and other points-during the past week on business, returning home Tuesday. , Miss Phoebe Tong arrived here from GhilHcotW0j 111., last week to -visit with her mother,| who has not been well for some timie&S Miss Esther B. Foster of Oak Park, HI., spent from Sunday .until Monday here visiting with her frie...

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 — 16 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 10, 1916. Preparing fo r Cantata.— THe M ethodist church -choir is pre­ paring a. C antata to be given on Easter Sunday which promises to be very fine. Remains Interred a t Algoma.— The remains of the late Mrs. George Barrand were taken to Algoma on F ri­ day morning, where \"they were interred alongside those of her husband. No Marriage Licenses.— County Clerk Herlache states th a t there was not a single marriage license issued during the past week, there hav­ ing been 6, decided slump in the m ar­ ket. | - .' . ■ ■■ 1 A Correction.— | We last week mentioned the fact that- the city treasurer had received $6181 from the “fire insurance tax.” I t waB- the telephone tax th a t furnished the amount instead. Unclaimed Letters.— Letters remaining a t . th e Sturgeon Bay postoffice unclaimed for the week ending March 13, are: Mrs. Laura Hon- old, Mrs. M artha Hell and, Ernest A. Bosnian, Charlie Lee, Alice- Henderson. Spring Signs.— . While, the...

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 — 16 March 1916

PAGE SIX / TBS STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MARCH 16, 1916. xiOxrCHoro. life wt Its 0 v a lle y s anrt h ills o f my youth-tim e, . Spring back In to being oh, com e a t m y call. ~ ' , , B end down, ye b lue .$jkles, oh, bend .down a lid caress me, i Your sw eet benediction, oh, sum mer, le t fa ll! Bloom , roses and lilie s, in brigh t s a tis­ faction. A long the gay path to yny childhood s lo st home! ■ . . Y e birds in the m eadow, y e b ees in the clover. ’ ■ , ■ , Unchanged are th e m om ents i f back­ ward ye com e! R etire, ye sad mom’rles . 1 lon g fo r the ■ brightn ess. T h e ligh t and th e lau gh ter o f days lon g ago ' 1 yearn for m y father's warm k iss on m y forehead, M y siste r ’s w ee face, hidden under th e snow. 0 b righ t drehms, but bring me the g ifts th a t I covet. Your jew els of sw eet recollection re­ turn: . 1 long, oh. I long f o r Vthe jo y s o f my childhood. F or its grace and its glory I c e a seless­ ly yenrn. •—Clio Stanley. © l i t £ ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 March 1916

.'V i : ./■ : 'V. ' ! THE STURGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 16, 1916. PAGE sxvm 6im lcn m ut %om. T O AIT A B S E N T E E . 'T hough 'tw is t us hills ,and m ountains rise. And rolls the m ighty sea, M y thou ght like birds across them flies And dw ells, dear one, w ith thee. N ot prized enough by me th y w orth. W e soon w ere forced ap art. Y et w hereso'er thou gocst on earth T here follow s thee rhy heart. To fam e and honor you m ay rise. W hile . T unhonored dwell, S till fo r thee shall my prayers arise A nd w ishes w ish thee well. Q f all m y seem ing heartlessness In te ars I do repent. N or count my sorrow au g h t than bliss : I f thou a r t but content. A las th a t we. endowed w ith sight, Should, seeing, see am iss. And find too late we judged not rig h t A nother’s w orthiness. B u t so it is, a t morn we sin - And soon arise our fears E re now repentance doth ebgin A nd n ig h t finds u s in tears. —Thom as Freem an. MILK FEVER IN COWS. Disease Attacks Only Animals of ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 March 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 16, 1916, Auction Sale! • T he undersigned will offer for sale and sell at public auction on his farm in the Town of Egg Harbor, W ednesday, March 22d, the follow­ ing property consisting of Horses, Cattle, Farm Machinery and House­ hold goods. Sale commences at 9 a. m. Fred. Fleishman. A MEDICAL BOOK FREE Ry'eDR. N. A. GODDARD, M odern Methods of treating Chron­ ic Diseases without operation, has just come from the pen of Dr, Goddard, the Milwaukee Specialist as well as\" instructive .little books the doc­ to r has ever-m itten. If you are a ^ufferer from a p p en d io iti s, Gall Stones, Colic, Goiter, or Chronic dis­ eases of a pri­ vate nature you should a- vail yourself of this oiler to send you this book free sim­ ply for the asking. A pos­ ta l will bring it to you, in a Dr. GODDARD. plain wrapper. Many so-called surgical diseases, have been .proven to be curable by medical treatm ent, more safely, more easily and cheaply by...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 March 1916

TheAdvocateisthe OfficialPaper of Both GityandCounty ESTABLISHED i s VOL. 54 NO. 52 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY. MARCH 23, 1916. 5/ Year y i.5 0 A YEAR ^ - ■ - UUtE MARINE NEWS. FORCED OUT OF BUSINESS. The large steel tug Richard Fitzgerald which was built in 1912 for the Fitz­ simmons & Connell company of Chica­ go, will in all probability be driven out of commission the coming year because of the La Follette seaman bill, or rather some of its provisions. . Owing to the size of this tug it will /be necessary, for the company to have three crews on her if she is to be placed An commission, While only a few tons over the mark it is impossible to alter the craft to cut down her tonnage suffi­ ciently. The owners of the boat feel that three crews is more than they can afford to ipay, and not being permitted to run her with two crews for more than sixteen lours she will not be fitted out unless there is a modification in the law during the ensuing spring session. As the Fitzge...

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 March 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MARCH 23, 1916. ^Sturaeon Ba^Hbvocate cri U T h u rs d a y .W is. a t Sturgeon E n tered In the Post-offlce ■ a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as second-class m atter. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : ............................ W:5S .50 .26 .05 riot w ill be charged* if DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Bay, Wis., March 23, 1916. Now that the ground hog has been we trust that spring to stay. that state that^'Mr. or Mrs. 8o and So went putside on a shopping expedition,” rather jars the average cit­ izen—and especially the business man. ' One’s shopping should be done at home insofar as it is possible. The enormous salaries that are said to be paid to actors in moving pictures may fool some into aspiring to become stars in the silent drama, but it fails to carry much conviction in the minds of the general public other than being a clever advertising stunt. The probating of some of the estates of deceased’ ac-* tors has revealed the true state of af­ fairs ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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