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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 June 1916

The Paper TKafc Made S)oor County Famous. - - • . / * * 7\" 7 :7:- 777^ 777/ ^ 1 VOL. 55 NO. 14 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1916. S1.50 A YEAR w ho is postm aster of Two Rivers, M rs. A.^-Lohman, W illiam , Newm an, K atharine, Lym an an d G arret. ' ^ Mr. Nash w as w idely know n th ru - o u t th e state as a\" new spaper m an and as a leader of th e dem ocratic p arty w ith which he w as affiliated all his life. The Chronicle, w hich h e edited for so m any years, h as long been rec­ ognized as one of the forem ost p arty papers of the state. Besides his widow and children Mr. N ash is survived by several b rothers an d sisters, Lym an and E. G. N ash of M anitowoc being b rothers. . • S. M. Stephenson In Port. : The steam barge S. M. Stephenson, C apt. Sanford, w as .in p o rt a couple o f days of la st w eek, com ing h ere for som e re p a irs a t th e shipyard. T hese w ere finished on F rid ay m orning and th e steam er got away. Capt. Sanford states th a t th e ac...

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 — 29 June 1916

Â¥AGE TWO «--.w. THE STURGEON ADVOCAyE, JURE 29, Sssturacon 36a? Hfcvocate . W bUshcd Every Thursday at Sturgeon . Bay, Wis. .'■ntcred In the Post-office at Sturgeon Bay. Wis., as second-class m atter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One y e a r.............. .'$1.50 • I k m o n th s.. .......... ■ .76 V eur months ..........................................SO Wiro months ................ 25 Single cople* ..............................................05 Two dollars -will be charged if not r*id within the year. MRS. FRANK LONG Publisher Address 'all. communications to The Sturgeon : Bay Advocate, Sturseon Boy, Wis. fiturgeon' Bay, AVIs., June 21), 101 (i. REPUBLICAN TICKET. V ac JPtM ddsnt:— CHAB&SS E. HUGHES. 9 o t Vice President:— CHAKLEB W. X*AHtBARXB. Onr Flag. Oil History's crimson pages, high upon “ the roll of J’aine, . : The story of Old Glory burns in death- - less wdrds of flame. : . fTwas cradled in war’s blinding smoke, amid the roar of guns, I t ia the old Re,d Wihite and...

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 — 29 June 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 29, 1916. PAGE State News in Brief August Friedriech, 50 years old, Osh­ kosh, was struck hy a falling wall a t the Frentz school and instantly killed. Mr. Friedreich was assisting in wreck­ ing the building. ' \\ - • .The largest cargo of pulpwood to be towed out of. jEseanaiia in th e last ten years is on the way to Green Bay. There are 3,500 cords of pulpwood in tlie raft, valued a t §18,000. \\ . John Titlair, 47 years old, a switchman on the North-Western railroad a t Green Bay, v aS killed when his'body was pinn-* ed between couplers on two freight cars one day last week. A wife and ten small j children survive. A man giving his name as J2. J, M ur­ ray, 40 years old and single was picked up by the police in Milwaukee on Wed­ nesday in a nude condition. He told the police th a t he had thrown his clothes into the lake. He was taken to Emer­ gency hospital. Under the cover of a great storm which prevailed in Kenosha ju st before 4 o’clock F...

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 — 29 June 1916

PAGS FOUfc ± THE ST0RGEON BAY\" ADVOCATE. JUNE 29, 1916. Personal Items H. R. Holaml was a business., ^filler •from Ephraim Inst Friday. ’ H. L. Evoi-sdn transacted business here for the week end, from DePero. Sirs. Sarah Cunningham spent Inst Sunday visiting hi Green Bay. Will Wilson spent last Sunday visiting w ith his parents a t Jacksonport. J. A. Carlson and family, of Ellison iBay, were visiting in the city on Tues- tk y * . Emerance Glcasncr is spending a few . days this week visiting with Zoe Don­ ovan. Misses Jennie and M argaret Lee arc here from Green Bay this week visiting w ith friepds. Stanley Levi, of Milwaukee, is a guest a t Arthur Teweles home, having arrived la st Saturday. yMrs.., FSrarik Ku£?ra left’ last-week for MobW Heartj 111., where she expects to make an extended, visit . . A. L. Noel and wife were here for sev­ eral days the last of the week, driving up from Manitowoc. Frank Dooley, of Milwaukee, arrived Mojfaayj morning and is a guest a t the A. C. T...

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 — 29 June 1916

STUKGEOXf BA'S ADVOCATK^ JDNE 29, 1916. Moves Restaurant.— M rs.-Peter Peters has moved her rest-- aurant into the Falk buflding within the ■week. ■ . ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Library Closed.— '.The public library will'be closed from the evening of June 30th un til the 5th of July in order that the floors may be oiled. Carload of Granite.— Martin Pivonka within the week re­ ceived a carload of Wisconsin granite of green red and gray sfhades for use in his marble works. . Board of Review.— The board of review will meet in teg-* • ular session on Monday next, at which lime an adjournment will probably be taken for a month. Cherry Pickers Coming.— The cherry pickers' camps will be es­ tablished on July 6th, when hundreds of boys from outside cities will be on the ground ready to go to w ork'in the cherry orchards. t Congregational Church.— Rev. -Henry Faville, D. D., of Lake Mills, Wis., will preach at the Congrega­ tional church Sunday mornhig a t il o’clock. Rev. Faville was pastor...

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 — 29 June 1916

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JU K E 29, 1916. Marine News [Continued from F irs t Page] AIDS TO NAVIGATION. The following information is gleaned from supplement No. 2, issued June 20, by the U. S. Lake Survey office a t De­ troit. Mich.: Mnnistiquo Harbor Mich.—On or be-* fore -June 30, Manistiqiie fixed red light, bh the end of the breakwater, will be in­ creased in height nml intensity, to be visible 14 miles. An air fog signal will be established, to sound blast 2 seconds, silent IS seconds. Menominee Harbor, Mich.—On June 1, Menominee pierhead range rear liglit, fixed red, visible 8 miles, was establish­ ed on a white skeleton tower nbout 7,44 feet 243 degrees (S\\V by W 5-S W) 'from : the existing pierhead (front) light on the north pier. Algoma (Annnpee) Harbor, Wis.— Soundings completed May 10 indicat-- ed th at the channel had the required depth of 16 feet below mean lake level to a point about opposite the stub end of the old south pier. ' The entire basin had the...

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 — 29 June 1916

r: TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JU NE 29, 1916. PAGE S E W ! T $O U may need a N ew Suit for the F o u r th o f J u l y . W e have a complete line of Ready-MadeJ Clothing or will furnish you a Made-to-Order Suit of Latest Styles and Patterns. We carry a Full Stock of Gents Furnishings. STYLISH STRAW HATS, FEDORA and FELT HATS, STIFF HATS, CAPS, ETC. LADIES’ SHOES and OXFORDS, BATHINGJSU1TS and FASHIONABLE LINE of SUMMER GOODS. llSim illllilliaiiifflm iiiiiiiiiiniim iinililllsinitiaiiiniiM iiim iililliiaaim iim iinnriiiiim im iifflm tuim m n iiiiiiin n iiim n jn iiin tnniTTTnnnmin n m m m m nniim iim iiinnT nnn For growing G irls and Boys. During the growing period of a child’s foot you must realize th at constant changing from one last to another does not give the foot a chance to continue a shapely development. Buster Brown Shoes 'm ade over shaping lasts supply the children’s needs from size to size with uniform comfort while gradually shap ing the foot toward m aturity. We have wo...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 June 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 29, is ie f foctcil. T b e C om rades. W ith slack en ed rein , arid rvltli sw ord- a rm free, , I rid e in th e ra n k s o f - the. first p la ­ toon, „ ■ , ■ A nd le ft o f m e, r ig h t o f me, knee to knee, H ide Boh an d H a rry , w e co m rad es W h ile o u r scah lm rd s c la n k in a Jolly tune! W e rid e to g e th e r w e’re a lw a y s one, On p icket, on c h arg e, o r b ivouac. T h ro u g h th e h a rd cam p aig n , fro m su n T o g e th er rve s h a re I ts ills a n d its fu n , E n jo y a s one, a s one w e lack. Do th e b u g le s blow ? Is i t ’‘C h arg e, m y m en!” $ T h a t th e C olonel sh o u ts a s -he w av es h is b lad e? W ell, h e re w e go a t th e g a llo p , then, H e re ’s B ob a n d H a rry an d m e ag a in , C h a rg in g to g e th e r— an d w ho a a f r a id . L e t th e w a r g o on, m y co m rad es tru e . L e t G en erals rise, an d flo u rish , a n d W e a r e ^ h e la d s in yello w a n d b lue, T r...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 June 1916

THE STTOGEOH BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 29, 1916. page m s s Jatfra harden and ptomr T heV illageA ngler. ■,) Under a spreading . sycamore The village angler stands. A tough and sturdy boy is he, W lth'solled and sunburnt hands. And the imprints of his unshod feet Are all along the sands. He goes on Sunday to the stream, Although, of course, that’s wrong. Whenever a bullhead takes his hook He yanks it, hard and strong. And if he doesn't get a bite He hums a cheerful song. ■ Loafing, fishing, pleasuring, So through the week he goes Each morning-sees him at the creek ■ Whose flshln’ holes he knows. Each evening sees him trotting home . To seek a night’s repose. A. Thanks, thanks to thee, my patient kid, For the lesson thou, hast taught. Thus, a t the fishing groundB of . life. Our shiners must be sought We waste our days and lie about The fish we haven’t caught. from completing her own growth, agd the offspring, are likely to be small and puny.—C. J. Grifling.. CALF POINTERS. MILKING YO...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 June 1916

Announcement : The Opening Season of the Elite Studio of Music will take place on Saturday, July tat. The teaching of Violin and C ornet 1 playing a specialty. For engagem ents - call or telephone 8653. W A LTER G R A A P, Directoi, Sawyer, Wis. Baileys Harbor July 4th Meals will be served by the Ladies of St. Mary’s of the Lake Congregation, in the afternoon and evening, at August Schram’s. All are cordially invited. EXCURSIONS! -to- Menominee Suridaiy and Tuesday July 2 & 4 on the------ STR.. BON AMI Doings on July 2nd at Menomi­ nee. fair-Grounds. Chas. Niles loopfife the loop flying iip-side- down in war monoplane. Auto Races—star drivers. Bar­ ney Oldfield's 300 H. P. front drive Christie, the world’s record car. Big Celebration On July 4th Parade starts at 10 0. m. You cannot afford to miss these do­ ings. * \" ' Fare for the Tound trip 75c. \\ Fare going over Sunday, July 2nd, and return July 4th, $1.00. Refreshments served on the boat. 'v,) Leave Sawyer 7 a. m. leave ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 July 1916

VOL. 55 NO. 15 STURGEON BAY, WIS,y THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. u A YEAR UUtE M E YIM YONSOITS PHILOSOPHY. 'Y im Johnson shipped fram lumber yard Upon te skow (Sam Patch . He didn’t, know te starboard bow Fram off te forward 'hatch. He mad beeg bluff befor he sal Det he vas sailor-(man, But ven a trouble struck te skow Yim had to show hees han Te skow ban in te cord vood trade An sal for Sisters Bay An Yim he skal ban handy man Till off Twin Point von day - Ven shust Iak finger snap a sqhall Upon te vood-skow flew, Eh mad har stan up on b ar ear Vitch called up all har cTew. ■ Te captain svore Iak crazy-man, An as Yim Yonson yaal: / “Go up an reef te foretopsail : ’ Or it ban gon te haaL” •Yim answered: “Pll not breaken loose Fram dees M eta stanchion, _ ■ Dey ban ten thousah foretopsail, B ut only von Yim Yonson.” •An det Vas how Y im lost hees yob En go no more to sea A t sailing he ban greenig-horn En alvays vant $o be. , ' As he ban keeked upon to dock . • Yim a t te captain svor...

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 — 6 July 1916

• A G E TW O THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE JULY 6,1916. , **5turoeon 38a$ Hbvocate ar»W l8hed E very T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. AiBnte'red in the Post-office a t ' Sturgeon Bay, W is., as. second-class m atter. : RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: 'O ne year .................................................$1.60 S ix m onths ............ 76 STeur m onths ............., . . . . ........... .60 .hfwo m onths .................................................26 fttngle copies ............ 06 Tw o dollars w ill be charged if not f«ld w ithin the year. ’ other, and .the colonel even went so far as to offer his services in the behalf' of the Republican party. 11 This certainly does not, look very good to the Demo­ cratic side of the-liouse. Some of those Democratic papers that were so anx­ ious to have Roosevelt ^nominated Ure considerably . embarrassed by the turn that things have taken. The Republican andidatc appenrs to be gaining Strength every*]av, and it already begins to look as tho ther...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 July 1916

THE STURGEON 6f 1919. PAOE lBkf» INTERESTING DETAILS OF THE BATTLE BETWEEN MEXICANS AND TENTH U. S. CAVALRY. Odds Were About Efeht to One. Attack Was a Complete Surprise—The Thrilling Escape of the Narrator. Saved by His Faithful Horse.. Eight to one—these are now- said to be th e odds against which the .Americans struggled a t Carrizal. , A survivor of the engagement, Sam H .'H arris, a dusky private of C Troop, th e Tenth cavalry, was. brought to the border late Sunday, June 25, suffering from wounds in his le ft shoulder and arm . From him came the assertion that pitted against the eighty-four men of th e American detachment were fully 700 Mexicans. “To top it off,” said Harris, “they had a machine gun and they surprised ud. “We approached them in a peaceful w ay, and never had an idea th at they would try to massacre us. Had we known they wanted to fight, we could have given it to them. I guess they g o t enough, a t that.” Harris’ troop w as surrounded by the Carranzistas, he ...

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 — 6 July 1916

#AGE FOUR THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JULY 6, 1916. WEST SIDE and VICINITY Dies in Milwaukee. Mrs. Ella H. Rick died in Milw aukee «n Tuesday night, June 29th, death bi» in g caused by cancer o f the stomach. Mrs. Rick left here aboiut six weeks ago, going to Milwaukee for medical treatment. The body was shipped here for burial, arriving on Saturday mom- ing. Decedent was 44 years, 9 months and 13 days old a t the tim e of her death, haying been bom in Tornado on Sept. 16, 1871. She was a daughter of the late W illiam W atson and was a sis­ ter of Mrs. John Weber. 1 On the arrival of the remains here th ey were taken charge o f by Undertak er And. Sloop, and the funeral was held from the undertaking rooms, Rev. Gard­ ner of the Friends church officiating. Interm ent was had in the Schumacher cem etery in Nasewaupee. V Call Out Fire Department. The fire department was called on Tuesday night about 10:45, being the result of a fire in the lumber yard. Some of the late celebrators w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 July 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JULY 6, igi6. ' ' Taking School Census.— City Clerk Langeroak is ’ engaged in taking the school census/ having began the work this week. He expects to be finished in about a week.- ' Ship in Mules and Horses.— The Reynolds preserving company re-* ceived a couple of carloads of mules and Henry Gottechalk received a carload of horses the latter part of the week. Adjourn Meeting.— The regular meeting of the council was adjourned from Tuesday until Friday, and the meeting of the school hoard was likewise adjourned from Monday for a week. Michael Hogan Funeral.— . 1 The funeral of the late Michael Hogan was held from the home of Edward Ho­ gan on Sunday afternoon at 12:30, and the remains were interred in Bayside cemetery. Filling the Market Square.—■ Street Commissioner : Wollitz this week hauled considerable dirt in on the lower end of the market square, where it is low. Enough will be secured, if possi­ ble to level the lot off. ' ' * / Crowd for Cabot P...

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

PAGE SIX TWO OBAV ES. with pale hands She rests in peace, folded, Beneath the willows that guard her well, i *s Sweet rest and peace together molded For her, the pale, sad asphodel. No more fff pain, no more of sighing, No weary nights, nor darkened days The white flower In earth’s bosom ly­ ing Shall bloom no more in , shadowed ways. The winter snows shall lie upon her, The summer grasses idly wave. While weeping friends shall sadly hon­ or The dust within that lowly grave. And, far away, he, too, is sleeping— The soldier whom she gave with pain To manly toll in war’s red reaping. But called not from the field again. No more of strife, no more of clamor. The battle’s shock, the storm of woo Above him rolled the fiery glamour, But calmly rests the brave below. Givte them sweet sleep, O God In heaven, And refuge with the saints above, Who mingled with their country’s leav­ en Their lives, their hopes, their sacred love! —By a Veteran. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JULY 6,1916. prison...

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 July 1916

THE STUBOEOir BAT ADVOCAML-JULY 6,1916. PAGE S m tB MODERN LARIN. When John went down ter Madison, Ter stedy modem larin, I swar ter Maw, he’d never show , Me how ter dew the farmin. ■When he kun hum a kollege man. He did thmgs mighty queer. Wall,.dawg my cats, the thing he did! The must yew ever heer. He cut out winders in the barn, He sed fer venterlation He made me set hi’ flgger out - • About a balanced ration. He made me -build a silo, tew, • An’ figjht those pesky weeds, Grate Seezer, but he got my gote, Inoculating seeds. He makes me reed those bully tins, An’ all sech orful capers, . .. Wisconsin Agerculturist, An’ other farmin’ papers.’ He’s up to suthin’ all ther time— The must yew ever liurd. He makes me learn new tangled stuff, An’ I can’t say a wurd. Thet’s orful, aint it 1 Wall, just wait Until yew get this nollege,— My farm is worth ten thousand more Since John kum hum fru kollege. —Isabel Campbell. POULTRY SECRETS. If a foul’s comb or wattles becomes tom or injured...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 July 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAT ADVOC * 6 , 19U&3 ■ -* 1 . ,1, - I BIGGIES FOR SALE! AM going to discontinue carrying a line of buggies and offer some very good to close out my pres- -Also some high grade Wa­ gons and Milk Rigs at reduced prices. H. S. HALL VALMY, WIS. REMILLARD BROS. Heating and Plumbing... Pumps, Gas StQve and Bicycles Repaired. G^rPipe Eave Trough Phone 2684. Cisterns 163 iji , the evening and have ..Fresh, Hot Rolls.. lor breakfast. Or better^ still, give us a standing order for rolls every morning. They cost you but a cent apiece'nftSesadialf dozen. Also Fresh Breads, Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Doughnuts, etc., always on hand. Everything clean and sani- ary. '• If you are not a- regular customer give us a trial. HOM E BAKERY JOHN SCHMID, Prop. I C E I am now ready to deliver ice to any pmOtMofv the city and will give the same -I'- -. service as last year. Those desiring de­ livery, Phone 117. HENRY PUBHtER. County News SEVASTOPOL. Jits. Andrew Larson and sons Ph...

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 — 13 July 1916

r County v?4MiMij$S£^1** -.- ”*$• THE**! VOL. 55 NO. 16 STURGEON BAY, W JS. TH |^A Y , JULY 13. 1916. 31-50 A YEAR SAS RIGHT ARM CUT OFF BY CABLE Frightful Accident Befalls Michael Klin- genberg of This City on the Steamer Nottingham. Michael Klinkenberg of this city was he victim of a frightful accident at Sandusky, Ohio, on Friday, while work-* ng on the steamer Nottingham, A letter received by relatives here itates that he was working around the leek , engine of the boat when the cable lipped and sprung up with a snap, the 'orce being so great that it cut the arin Mr. Klinkenberg off as tho it had eeft done with a knife. I t appears that was reaching over the cable with his glit hand, and when the cable let loose struck him oh the arm between the boulder and the elbow, the severed mem- er falling in the water and sinking to he bottom. I t all happened so quickly h at he did not feel1 it. The only witness of the accident was severt Solway, the first mate, who is Iso a resident of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 July 1916

s?J5turfleon JBap advocate M AlBhed E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg e o n B ay. W in. Metered In th e P ost-office a t S tu rg e o n B ay , W is., a s seco n d -c la ss .m atter. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One y ear .......... .'..$1.60 •U n m o n th s ........................... .75 .F su r m o n th s .................... 60 s S v o m o n th s ......................... 26 .Single copies ....................................... .06 T w o d o lla rs w ill b e c h a rg e d If n o t g e ld w ith in th e y ear. M R S . FRANK LONG Publisher Address all communications to The Sturgeon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay, WIs. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., July 13, 1910, REPUBLICAN TICKET, B o r P re sid e n t:— C H A R L E S E . H U O H E B v B o r V ice P re sid e n t:— C H A B L E S W . P A tR B A N X B . The Republican slogan adopted by the national committee is “Protection and Preparedness Means Prosperity and Peace.” - Some of the funny cartoons would be much more humorous if the jokes wer...

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