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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. APRIL 20. 1916. ' A d ^ r ^ ^ n w ^ u n i i M t ^ h e a d l l fc Ua» - AB. A. W . a u v o i m . PHY SICIAN AND SURGEON. E ph rairn, W is. W isconsin telephone, I - sh o rt 1 long. Door County telephone 1 sh o rt 1 long. ’ w ill be a t B aileys H arb o r T hursd ay and S atu rd ay afternoons, f r o n t'3 to 6, and a t Ellison\" B ay M ondays and F ridays from 3 to 6 p. m. o . * . s a s & j j v s PHY SICIAN AND SURGEON. Offices in M erchant Exchange Bank Building, P hone 23. Sturgeon Bay, W is. S B . T. C. PROCTOR. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Oluces IX D. M. W ashburn Co. S tore Bldg., S lur geon Bay. Wls. E. XL BOBB, ML O. ~ ~ EYE, EAR. N O S E and \"THROAT a Spe . clalty. ‘ G lasses scientifically fitted Office hours 10 a m. to 5 p. m. ''th er hours by appointm ent. Phone 63. ST. MARY’S HOSPITAL. G REEN BAY. W IS. M odern in every w ay, 100 beds. B est Service. Medi­ cal- and S urgical C ases 'A ccepted. R ates reasonable. S B . A . H . C H A N D L E R . ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

PAGE TEN THE STURGEON BAY ■ i - '.y i n n m-m i i i i i i i i i i mmhh • • We will have greens of all kinds, | also all sorts of Fruits, including \" ■-I Strawberries. In Meats we have a choice selection of Hams, , Bacons, Chickens, Lamb, Spare Ribs, Beef, Pork ' and Veal, - Call in and pick out a nice ham.. We have a nice lot of sugar-curedon^s that will average 8 to IQ I lbs. in weight, just right for boiling and also excel- lent for slicing. Come in early and get first choice of our good- ies for your Sunday dinner. .j Huxford Market Phone 37 t H I 1 14 1 1 1 U t l H H K I H H f l l l H M I f l f l H H I I H l l l l DR. GODDARD will be at the HOTEL WALDO on Monday, April 2 4 Consultation is Free. Hours 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dr. GODDARD. They Say I Cure! Do You Believe Them Every one of patients is an en­ thusiastic Press Agent for me. Write to them and get the TRUTH and the PROOF. * I am Successful Because I am Honest. I am Honest for the good and suf­ ficient reason that it ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 April 1916

VOL. 55 NO 5 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1916. Will Hun on Green Bay. The steamer Saugatuck, Capt. Chas. McCauley, arrived in port on Thursday night, having come here from Escanaba for the purpose of-going into dry dock for an overhauling before being placed in commission. She was docked Friday, ‘■when repairs were made to her stern- : bearing an d . the bottom given a thoro searching, being released from the boxes on Monday morning. She also under­ went. government inspection Monday, when Messrs. Collins and Reynolds of Milwaukee gave her a clean 'bill for the ensuing year. The balance of the crew of the Sau­ gatuck consists of Mate. Lawrence Gal­ lagher, Ohief. Engineer. W alter Duclon, Assistant Engineer John Johnson and Purser Frank Bellick. 1 The Saugatuck will be placed on the Green bay run between Green Bay city a,nd Escanaba, making the east shore of this peninsula and touching a t Menom­ inee.' She entered on her new run Wed­ nesday on leaving the shipyar...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 April 1916

\" \" \" \" ' ' ' :r ^StMrocon »ag HSvocate a t Sturgeon filtered In th e Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, \"Wis., as: second-class m atter. . RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year $1.50 Ms months ---------------- 75 JPour m onths .................. • .50 Two m onths .............................. 25 Mnsle copies ....................... 05 T w o dollars will b e charged if not p«ld w ithin the year. DUDLEY 8. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 27, 1010. Do not overlook the fly. Get a swat' ter early. : The individual who never holds a posi­ tion of responsibility is never subject to criticism. He can alwayB tell how the government should be run, however. It is the counsellors and not the fault finders that build up the community. One strives to improve conditions by of­ fering words of encouragement and ad- ■vice, the other retards, by condemning and criticising well meant efforts. \\ Verdun and Villa have been the een- ' ter of attraction for some time.- Neith­ er have...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 April 1916

t THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, APRIL 27, 1916. , \\ ^ r f o t M B ^ \" * / ' State News in . following their visit to Whukesha on ‘Saturday, Sheboygan* city officials will sta rt a crusade to. save macadam streets which are being tom by automo­ biles. A covering of asphalt-like mater­ ial to a depth of two inches will be pflt rn the roads. Grief over the death of her sister, Margaret, Katherine O’Brien succumb­ ed at St. Mary’s hospital. Green Bay. Her sister died several weeks ago as the result of burns received while imperson- taing Santa Claus a t a Christmas cele­ bration a t the same hospital. they must settle for a shortage of $1- 558 in his accounts, or a suit will be started in ten days. The Fidelity'and Deposit company of Maryland was on Mr. Bandmann’s bond for his second term to the amount of $50,000, and it was at first. supposed th at the shortage took- place during his second term. A few days ago, however, it was discovered that part of the shortage occurred dur­ ing...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 April 1916

WEST SIDE and VICINITY prospects were never brighter, notwith­ standing tlhe high prices. There is an optbmistic feeling that this ib going to be a good year all around:' Speeders Are Fined. Several of the autoists who - make a speedway of'the streets came to grief on Saturday, when they .were • arrested the beginning of the work on or before ^ ° mcer Hal1 for exceeding the speed The Well, it is ex -|limit by about tcn milps- 0ne of tllc™ ’ was Dr. E. C. Humke.. the other Ed. Waterworks Now Assured. 'The contract for sinking the well for the waterworks system on this side of the bay w as-let a t the meeting of the Utility commission”: last Wednesday ev­ ening,'the successful--bidder being F. B. Wilson of Green Bay, Thursday the contract was officially signed and delivered. This calls for February 15, 1917. expected, will’be sunk to a depth ef 900 feet, and the cost will aggregate about $3,000. The first 150 feet will be a 12- inch hole, the next 300 feet 10-,inch and the balanc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 April 1916

^XHE' APRIL 27,1916. ,7!,/'\\ *- » • r-,' 'Js pa g e f iv e . Woman's Club (Meeting. A regular meeting , of tie ' Woman's club -will be held a t the usual hour on Friday afternoon, followed by * a social. Baby Dies.— The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Thron son died- Tuesday evening. I t /was only three:weeks -old and weighed but a pound a t birth. Easter Dance.— The Easter Monday dance given at Noelck. & Paus’ hall was attended by a fairly good' sized crowd, all that the place would comfortably'accommodate. Will Give Social.— _ t' The ladies of St. Joseph church will give a social next Wednesday, May: 3 during the afternoon and-evening, in the basement of the church. Everybody cordially invited. Building a House.— Capt, Albert /Aqdersqn 4s having • a house built on -the lot lie purchased from Capt-. Soyer on poiith- Cedar/street. The building will be a commodious and at- ■ tractive home when finished. Occupy Old Quarters.—- , The secretary .of the.. Door County Fruit Exc...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 April 1916

Aim of the Boy Scouts of America. W hat the Movement Aims to Accomplish and What It Means to the Boys Who Become Members. ana to oe n r to ien uv m e ju ------- .ingo and bark the difference between scout, the or.k nnd the maple, and the birch and the chestnut* as well as the other As there appenrs to be a nation-wide trees, and to be ablte to tell by the foli- interest being taken in the organization ' .............................. of the Boy Scouts, and there being a number of’troops organized in this city, it will be to the interest of the move­ ment to have the parents know the real aims nnd purposes of the organization so' that they may encourage their boys to join. In* n recent, issue of the She-* boygan Press, in which city there,is a n u iM n iv n lm n f 1m BTtl« complish: The aim of the Bay Scouts ia to sup plemont the various existing educational agencies nnd to promote tihe ability in boys to- do things for themselves and .n+hnrc T* is not. the nim to set un a tions, h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 April 1916

STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. APRIL 27, 1916. : x w IR th ftwR sivlOV* tO V Z IS \"* H B CHAZH o r CHAZHK.” Ob, th e c h a in o f c h a in s! w h a t .b in d s it n o t? . T h e y m e t a t a c o u n try d an ce, A n d th e y p a rte d w ith b u t a' fo rg e t-m e - n o t I n a tim id y e t sp e a k in g g lan ce. B u t lin k b y lin k is th e s w e e t c h a in la id A ll lig h tly a ro u n d th e h e a rt, A n d t h a t s p e a k in g -g la n c e fo r b o th yo u th a n d m aid W a s y e t o f th e c h a in a p a r t T h e y m e t a g a in a t a q u iltin g ’s close, M ore tim id a n d d o w n cast-ey ed , B u t th e y p a rte d w ith j u s t th e te n d e r • ro se O f a b lu sh u p o n e ith e r side. A nd e a ch th e b lu sh -ro se c a rrie d a w a y W ith a th rill t h a t n e ’e r one w ould ow n, ^T h o u g h s till b y a f re s h lin k , lig h t an d gay , T h e m y s tic a l c h a in h a d g row n. T h e y n e x t a t one o f th o se h u s k in g bees, T o g e th e r th e red e a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 April 1916

THE -STURGEON BAY- ADVOCATE. APRIL Vf, W it County NeHrs MAPLEWOOD. A great number of* the young folk of the village took in the Easter ball a t Jindras. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jarchow and Miss Lena Berg on Tuesday evening return* ed from a short trip to Cleveland, Wis., having been in attendance at the wed­ ding of a nephew. Two new pupils entered school this week W alter Dravcs and Artis Starr while one pupil’moves into another dis-j trict, Arthur Loegc. We arc sotry to ’, well attended. Mrs. Lon Jacobs and daughter of Stur- business combined with pleasure. E. C H utto of Sturgeon Bay spent Wednesday and Thursday in this vil­ lage repairing sewing machines. The Lndios' Improvement* elub met. at the home of Mrs. Wm. Anderegg last Thursday and npent an enjoyable after­ noon. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Loist and family and Mrs. Paul Leist. spent a few hours .of Sunday with relatives at Jaokson- port. Easter Sunday was not a very bright day. Services were held in both, Cath­ olic. and Lutheran...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 May 1916

VOL. 55 NQ. 6 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY. MAY 4. 1916. INE N otes from Manistee. MANISTEE, Mich., M ay 1.—Old Qir- f erry No. 1, of the Ann Arbor line, is to be * converted into a sandsucker, having been sold to a firm in Detroit. The boat w as condemned a number of years ago and w as sold to the Manistee Iron Works for scrapping. During the past winter one of her boilers w as sold for installa­ tion in the steamer Marshall F. But ters and t h e , other to the steam er -Pe- toskey. The craft is now receiving new m ain and quarter decks and bulwarks and cabin accommodations are bein built on deck for fourteen men. Two smaller boilers are being installed, one forward to handle capstans, etc., and a larger one a ft for power. The craft w ill be ready for clearing about the 15th of the present month. Considerable repair work w as done a t this port during the past winter, there having been about tw enty boats laid up here during the closed season. Probably the biggest job done w as o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 May 1916

*AGE TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 4, 1916. s*$turjeon HOvocate Fmblished Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. too often hear the expression “Any way, as long a9 we w in/’ J u st put this in the refuse heap where it belongs. Entered in the Post-office a t Stdrgeon Bay, Wis. as second-class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: O m year ................. .11.50 BIx months ................. *° Four months ............. 60 Two months ............................. 25 Single copies ............. .05 Two dollars will be charged If not *«ld within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., May 4, 1916. Safety first—and always. Senators have been deluged with tel­ egrams urging them to use their best efforts to keep this country out of war. The anti-paeitists lay it to German sym­ pathizers. Just as if there was no one else in America who prefer peace to wur. Little wonder th at there is a growing belief th a t the president chooses the dollars of the allies to the fr...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 May 1916

THE STURGEOH State News in Brief Through the passage o f a resolution ly the city council of Antigo, the board -of education.was authorized t o ’ build an d equip a new high school building, at a cost not to exceed $100,000. N otices announcing' that the common ’ council of . Beloit has offered a reward of $100 for the finding of Rudolph Wal- wig, dead or alive, who disappeared three •weeks ago, were posted Friday. The mothers’ pension law -w ill cost H o ck county a t least $5,000. There are seventy-one persons deriving benefit irom the fund, and m any applications for aid are now on file at Beloit and ■Janesville. Boudreau w as removed to S t. Michael’s hospital where the wound was pro­ nounced probably .fatal, Boudreau is charged w ith having been intoxicated a t the tim e of the shooting. Mrs. C. O. P et­ erson, a sister of the wounded woman, narrowly escaped a sim ilar fate when she, tried to disarm Boudreaus. Four hundred men employed, in the J. W. Abells Lumber and Floori...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 May 1916

FOlfc t *• . —t r - ’ . .. . . . f .. . .'.... ■ THE STURGEON B A * ^V O C A T E. MAY 4, 1916/’ A son qf :Albert Clnflin of Little Stur- Js reported iJLwith pneumonia. The family of Alderman Jacob \\Vlea­ ner has been released from quarantine. Ralph Jenkin, clerk of' the town of Gardner, was a Sawyer visitor on Fri­ day., Albert Windorp and family this week moved into the Phillip Sehaefer resi­ dence. James Koch and family the first of the week moved into the Mrs. John Koeli house. Eevr \\y? W. Gardner has joined the ranks, of autoists and now drives an Oakland:1, ■ d o .i.v - v .f l - Mr. and Mrs. Stanke removed from this ward to the town of Nasewaupee this week. Dr. J. J. Curtin and family moved into the Mrs. Otto Sbauer house tlie first of the weeks*- MiltojkjJJel took a run. to Chicago on « plensurertrip Monday returning home the %ay'frjilov.’ing. The schooner James Hall discharged a jag of salt at this point on Saturday morning, consigned to merchants. Miss Myrtle Nelso...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 May 1916

Light the White Way.— V The arch lights ^rere lit up againon Thursday evening 'for the first time since January I. ■ Silled a Wolf— • • Ralph Ohman of Ephraim on Monday collected bounty on a wolf he killed in the town of Gibraltar. W. C. T .U.— The \\V. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. A. C. Greaves on Tuesday afternoon, May 9.., Mrs. Walter Woerfel will be the leader. Begins Assessing.— Assessor H. H-. Reynolds has received the assessment roll, and 'the first of the week began assessing the real and per- Bonal property in the city. , Fire Alarm.— A smhll fire in the residence of Capt. Albert ' 'Anderson: on Friday morning ’brought out the depajrtffient/ Th,e blaze was extinguished _witjr ft pail of water. ®»ke Their Offices.— .. The new city officers on Monday as­ sumed their official' duties, Treasurer Karker. and Attorney Ferguson being the new members of the official family. All the others were re-elected.. Trailing Arbutus.— ' Hundreds of persons went out in the woods Sunday a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 May 1916

Of IBS B itD A S - M I K . ...'T h e y rid e, th e y rid e w i t h slackened' rein , , . F a c in g th e sin k in g su n , A n d he is te llin g h e r e v e r a g a in T h e ta lc t h a t n e v e r is done— T h e ta le th a t's old o s th e b e n d in g blue, And a s old a s th e s in g in g se a — * JVnd i t n ev er h a s hap p en ed t h a t on e o f tw o M arveled w h a t it could be. T t n ev er lias h appened th a t one o f tw o, B litht- boy, g la d g irl, to g e th e r— \"Who h av e fe lt th a t to love w as eno u g h to do «. In th e sw eet an d tlie s u n n y w e a th e r— .‘B u t have found rig h t w ords fo r th e so n g o f b ird s In th e g ree n e ry o v erh ead T o r to b u ild th e n e s t in th e s p rin g is b est. A nd ’tis b e s t in th e s p rin g to wed. O h , he rid e s a t h e r b rid le-rein . And he b ends him to h e r ear. AVith th e m u sical to n es o f th e o?d re ­ fra in T h a t lad ies d e lig h t to h ear. JVnd h is w ords w ere p le a s a n t a s ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 May 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 4, 1916. v ^ sivEiiri: Jarm (Barden and p&Mttf. “C O K E x ra rv o M S .” A sw eeter so n s than e’er w as sung -. By poet.' p riest o r sages. A song w hich thro ’ all heaven h as . ’/ rung ■■\"■* And down throu gh all th e agqs, A precious strain of sw eet aicord, A note o f cheer from C h rist our Lord L ist! as it v ib rates fu ll and free, Oh! grieving heart, ‘‘Come unto Me.”, Oh! w ise provision, sw eet command, V ouchsafed ‘th e weak and w eary A friend to find on either- hand, • A lig h t fo r prospect dreary, A friend w ho know s our b itte r need, * •O f each endeavor takin g heed W ho calls to every soul opprest, “Come unto Me, I ’ll give you rest.” “Come unto Me.\" The w ay’s not long. H is hands aye stretched to m eet thee. N ow still thy ' throbbing, list the song W hich everyw here shall greet thee. H ere a t H is feet your burden lay. W hy ’neath it bend an oth er day, Since one so loving calls to thee, . “ Oh! heavy laden, co...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 May 1916

VAGB EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 4,191* County EPHRAIM. Rev. S. Grocnfeldt is spending a few -days at the county seat this week. hospital at Sturgeon Bay at 2 o’clock Monday afternoon. Decedent had been ill for several weeks, suffering .With a female trouble that developed into blood poisoning. She wns taken to the hospi­ tal at the county seat on Thursday, where an operation was performed on Miss Nancy Evenson entertained the jjie jav following, but without avail. Willing Workers on Monday evening. J y[rs. Matzke was formerly Miss Nora Mrs. B. D. Thorp spent a few days' Mr.ttalena Senft, being a daughter of here last week, looking after the i n t e r - ! Mr. ami Mrs. John Senft of Sawyer. She •Â«wU of Eagle Inn. bo™ in Masewaupeo on August 4. , , ■ „ ’lSS”. and was 28 years and 9 months Dr. tgcland and familv visited here • * . - , old. She leaves a husband and two small •for a short time on Sunday afternoon,' , cluhlren. 1 nnd 8 iTlieT (here on Tuesday evening, and t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 May 1916

VOL. 55 NO. 7 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1916. A YEAR FIRST MARINE DISASTER. ■Steamer Kirby Goes Down on Lake Su­ perior With Loss of Twenty Lives. Twenty lives constitute the toll of ■death in the first steamship loss of the ■ season when the steamer S. R. Kirby, •of the Northwestern , Transportation Company of Detroit, foundered at 11 '•o’clock Tuesday morning, off Eagle Harbor, 104 miles from Duluth, with all but two of .the crew drowned. Only the second mate Joseph M-udra and one other of the crew were saved. The vessel broke in two and founder­ ed. Just what caused it will never be known, but it is thought the strain against the heavy seas running in the gale, swept lake of Superior-found some weak spot. The master of the Bhip was David 'Gerard’ and the chief engineer was Syl­ vester Smith, both from lower lake ports. The second mate was taken to Du­ luth by the steamer Berwind. The steamer Joseph Block picked gp another of the crew. The Berwind tried to re...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 May 1916

(PAGE TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE.MAY 11, m 5. ' ^ S tu rfico n ®av Hbvocate PnMlshed Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. totered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay.’ Wis., as second-class‘m atter. BATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year ........ $1.50 Six m onths .................................................. 75 Vour m onths ...- ............. . ............. .60 Two m onths ............................. T................26 W ngle copies ..............................................05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay.. Wis., May 11, 1916 Make war on the fly if you are so anxious to fight. ! The fly is a carrier of th e ‘ typhoid germ. Kill it on sight. Some persons are very liberal when spending other people’s money. I t appears to be just' one darn crisis after another a t Washington—and thank goodness the war clouds drift away. A man is a “tightwad” if he econo­ mizes and lives within his means, and a , s...

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