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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 July 1916

THE StTOGJCON BAY ADVOCATE^JULY 13, m g. PA6 X im a nfr State News in Brief The postoffice. a t Meringo w asrobbed of $700 in stamps and money Saturday night. The safe was blown open with dynamite! - Anton Straka, pioneer of Manitowoc county, and. onie of the first settlers of Kellnersville, died a t his homp one mile east of Kellnersvlile Thursday a t the advanced age- of 80 years, death beihg due to old age. Mary, the 4 year old daughter of Fred Ramer of Milwaukee, died Wednesday \"-afternoon from bums received Wednes­ day morning while playing around a bon­ fire. Following the accident, she was taken to the Milwaukee hospital. Joseph Windlen, 50 years old employ­ ed by the Wisconsin-Minnesota Power company on the section at Chippewa Falls, was instantly killed when struck by.an'autom obile Thursday night. The car was driven by Oliver Shultz of Boyd. ' ■ i Hugh Carter, 15 years old, was iit- stantly electrocuted a t Oshkosh, while turning a switch a t his father’s ice cream p...

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 — 13 July 1916

FAGE FOUR \\THE STURCBOH BAY ADVOCATE. JULY 13, 1916. WEST SIDE and VICINITY Mrs. James Killoran Dies. hottest yet experienced this season, mer- \" Death claimed Mrs. James Kilioran on cnr.v I,ecn driven up to 93 in Sunday after a lengthy illness of lung the shade between 12 nnd 1 o clock, trouble. | The rain of Friday night brought a Decedent was 47 years old on May 9 j smile a yard wide to the faces of the laBt, having been bom in the town of strawberry growers. It was worth dol- Gardner in the year 1809. She wasjlars to them, coming as it did just in inaricd to James Killoran in the year. the nick of time to-save the crop from 1890, at Gardner, and three sons were drying up. the outcome of the union. These arej j[rg. Simon McDermott, who has'been Earl, Irie and Lee, the youngest being on tho B ickl Bt, wa8 on Friday taken about 16 and the oldest 24, who with to Green Bay for treatment, being ac- thcir father mourn the loss of a loving cojnpanied by her mother, Mrs. Mossi- mother ...

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 — 13 July 1916

THE STBRGEOH BAY ADVOCATE JTJLY 13, 1916. Adjouras Meeting.—? The Regular meeting, of the Utility commission, •which was ' on' Monday evening, was'postponed for. a week to enable Supt. Johnson to com­ plete his annual report. \"t\" Hose Social. — On July i7 the Moravian Christian Endeavor Society will give an ice cream ■ social on the Moravian parsonage lawn. A special feature of the evening will he the pinning of the roses. Benefit Social.— An ice cream social will he given on the lawn at the home of Dr. Payne next- Wednesday, afternoon and eyen^ iiig, for the benefit of St. Joseph’s ,'cihtiroh. Come and hear the band play. Painting His Block.— John Feuerstein this week caused his block on Cedar street to be given a. coat of fresh paint. There is nothing that improves the appearance of a build­ ing like a-new dress occasionally. How In-Store.— Gus. Seideman now has charge of the 'Solomon store which he recently pur­ chased,* and looks real business like as he Btands behind 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 — 13 July 1916

PAGE SIX THE STUEGEOH BAT ADVOCATE. JULY 13, 1916 , DOOR COUNTY STATE BANK WILL HAVE HOME BUILT ALONG MODERN ARCHITECTURE LINES. The F rst Floor to Be FireProof. Excellent Location-'on .Cedar .Street— .. Substantial Home for a Solid Institution. In tiie beginning of the work on the new 'building being erected for the Door County Slate bank on Cedar street be­ tween Cottage and St. Johns, we will soon have added another beautiful structure to the several fine business places of which our city already boasts. W ith their present quarters far inade­ quate to handle the growing business of this institution, this new building was decided 'upon, nothing was left in the ■ w ay to hinder this being one of the fin­ est .buildings of its kind in Door coun­ ty or this section of the state. era classic treatm ent, the design being along the same architectural lines as all the large modem city banks, Bedford stone is the material used for the front, ill massive blocks, with chaste carvings...

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 — 13 July 1916

Tonic Solution Hypodhosphites Excellent nerve. Wood and genera! tonic, well suited for nervous breaks down aha other forms of debility.* Full 16-or. bottle One Can Two For m i This Sal© Two Bottles “ What is a One-Cent Sale?” It is a sale, where you buy an item at the regular price —then another of the same kind for lc. A s an illustration: The standard price of Rexall Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy a tube at this price, and by paying lc more, or 26c, you get two tubes. Every article in this sale is a high-class standard piece of merchandise, just the same as we sell you every day at regular prices, and have sold you for years. , July 15th SgrSS A New Way of Advertising This sale was developed by the United Drug Co. as an advertising plan. Rather than spend large sums of money in other ways to con­ vince you of the merit of these goods, they are spending it on this sale in permitting us to sell you a full-sized package of high standard merchandise for lc. It costs mon­ ey to get cus...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 July 1916

■m& :^ THE STUB(iEOrr BAT ,T SS, 1M« BT. JPSTXB AMD THS UUUUk An umpire stood .,\"■ : At Peter's gate, ■Waitlngr in drend / To hear his fate. \"You were a bad, Hard-wian,*V*atd Peter. ■\"Tour wife complains Tou used to beather. You oft were cross . 'Unfair,' 'severe. ' You hit the booze ... ' A lot. I hear. OTou used to break _ The furniture, You scorned the church And robbed the poor. You led a life Of sin, and so I’ll have to send You down below.” The umpire wept ■'. To hear his fate, And pleaded thus A t Peter’s pate: “Nay, send m e not Below to dwell. For'.'back on earth I had my hell:”— 'His face was bathed In briny tears,— \"I was an ump For three Ions years.’ Then from the. wall The saint took down A eoldeii harp, A jeweled crown, And kind he spoke, As anpcls can, “You’ve had enough: Como in, old man.” —Newark Evening News £ckctcd ptefeUamj. The Dying Volunteer, A n Incident of Molino Del Rey. The sun had risen, in oil liis glorious ' majesty, and hung over th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 July 1916

THE StURGEOR BAY ADVOCATE.JULY 13, 1916. i f S P PAGE NINE jam #atta and -.- TBS 81XSD MAW. He growed up In our neighborhood. Some said he never w ent to school. \"Was shockin’ corn'Or cuttin’- wood Most alw ays, but he wa’nt no fool. H e’d guess a hog’sw elght to a- pound He, knew which pumpkins made good pie -. , And on the w orthless patch o f ground H e coaxed my dad to sow Bome rye, H e chewed tobaccy a ll his. days, And cleaned his boots off w ith a cob. Some people didn’t like his-w ays, ■ But, he w as alw ays on the job. H e pitched more hay than any two , \"Who traded work in h arvest time. •What needed doing he would do In dry or w et or d u st or grime. H e did his chores by lantern dim, . And nearly never w ent to town. The w ages that were paid to him Were hoarded up and salted down. And when he married T illie Strong, And w ent to farmin’ for her dad, W e couldn’t hardly get along— A better hand nobody’d had, —Howard C. K egley in Farm and Home. PICK SEED CORN EARLY....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 July 1916

PAGE TEN ' W l ^ w f c s - i iP th efe is one thing that te^4-sEwe’e4ugHquality it i» a Razor. • , There’s absolutely no shun in a laior. It either shaves nr it. doesn't shave, and if it doesn’t shave you condemn the whole store. W e stand by die quality of ourrazors. They always stand by us.** * i / A . EXCURSION Auto Races in Bay -fr-i THE 'SttfROfcbN County STR. BON AMI SUNDAY, JULY 16th Best Drivers in State Will Compete See Dana & Hocks race 25 milesfor championship of Door County. Boat leaves Foss dock at 5:00 a. m. Booth's dock at 5:30 Ellison Bay at 7:30 Liberty Grove dock at 8:00 Roeser’s dock at 8:15 Ephraim at 9:00 Fish Creek at 9:45 Egg Harbor at 10:30 ArtMri^^at Sturgeon Bay at 12:15, Returning leaves Sturgeon Bay at 6:00 p. m. C/ Fare for the round trip—Washington Harbor $1.00 Ellison Bay, glister Bay, Ephraim, 75c: Fish Creek, Egg Harbor, 50c.* ' SEVASTOPOL. Jennie Adier of Clarks Lake, was tak-* en to the Egeland hospital for medical treatment the first of the w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 July 1916

Thj? Paper Door County Eamons. VOL. 55 NO. 17 STURGEON BAY. WiS., THURSDAY, JULY 20. 1916.' $1.50 A YEAR HEART/FAILURE CAUSE OF DEATH In our issue of la st week, We were un­ able to g et accurate inform ation up to th e tim e of going to press as to th e d eath of H arry McNeely, who w as b u r­ ied a t Jacksonport, w here he had been Taised from boyhood by his uncle, John S argent. The following le tte r from th e keepei/of the coast gu ard sta tio n a t M ontague, Mien., a t which place he died, instead of a t M ichigan City, explains the cause of his death fully. M r. John S argent, Jacksonport, Wis. D ear S ir: A s you requested, I am w riting you in regard to th e death of H arry M cNeeley and w ill explain how th e sad accident occurred. H e w as drowned a t 8:45 on th e m orning of F riday, J u ly 7. W e /th e crew of th is station, launched th e surfboat th a t m orning and w ent in ­ to W hite Lake for capsize drill. A fter tu rn in g th e b o a t over a few tim es, thre...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 July 1916

*A G K TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JU LY 20,1916. ^Sturflcon Hfcvocate P u b lish ed E v e ry T h u rsd ay a t S tu rg eo n Bay, W is. • n te r c d In th e Post-offlce a t S tu rg eo n Bay, ,W ls„ a s seco n d -class m atter. R A T E S O F SU B S C R IP T IO N : One y e a r .-•I* months ..................................... \\V e u r m o n th s ..................................... Jtwo months ................................... Sllngle copies ............ ............ Tw o d o lla rs w ill bp charged peld w ith in th e y ear. ..$1.60 . . . .76 : . . .60 . . . .26 . : . .06 If not MRS. FRANK LONG P u b lish er Address all communications to The Sturgeon Bav Advocate, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., July 20,' 1016. REPUBLICAN TICKET. engineers turn down tihe -proposition, it will be carried out. This only goes to show what, little weight petitions have from the affected parties. Those who would not suffer by reason of the water pleased some of those from whom they in turn as...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 July 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE JULY 20, 1916. PAGE T H E M State News in Brief Ambrose King, 73 years old, pioneer of Oconto, sustained fatal injuries when he fell off a wagon when the horse start* ed running downhill. - He died tw o hours after the. accident. Huber A. Chapin, Winford, S. D., a University of Wisconsin student, was drowned in Lake Mendota Saturday while bathing with several companions. He was 20 years old. Florence M. Anderson, 8 years old, child , of Gus Anderson 'of North Pales-* tine, Mich., near Stephenson, was kick­ ed by a horse, the ani& al also stepping on her chesty Wednesday evening. The child died half an hour after 'the acci-* dent. V While trying to save his companion, who had been taken w ith a- cramp, Ar­ thur Radatz, aged 25, a farmer, was dragged down to'h is death by Cyrus Sprecker, aged 25, who also drowned in the Wisconsin river a t Lodde’s Mill, two miles below Prairie du Sac. An operation was performed ih a hos­ pital at Green Bay last week up...

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 — 20 July 1916

stA GE FOUR THE STURGEON BAY AbVOCATR JULY 20, lVife. Personal Items Beatrice Long ot Algoma, is visiting fnvbtl.f (h'erethis week. •' • t ■ Miss Violet Tortier of Escanaba, is a guest o? Miss Ida Werley this vrcelc. . Miss Evangeline Meyer, of Algoma, spent Sunday here with friends. E.1P. Bouesein was’transacting busi­ n e s s here from Detroit Harbor Saturday. Little Betty Foeler, of Green Bay, is visiting with her aunt, Miss Catherine Graass. Mrs. Lawrence ' Hitchcock spent the week end with friends and relatives in Green Bay. Miss Amanda Wiagcner, of Jefferson, Wis., is visiting with her cousin, Miss \\JDatherine Graass. 'Vie Hodges left Monday for a two weeks’ vacation a t Green Bay and WrigTKstown. James'Maples, Sr., who was quite ser­ iously ill l^st week, is reported.as being greatly improved. Lorentz R ust\\pf Milwaukee .is a guest a t the E. T. lArson and J. E. • John­ son homes this wee Chas. E. Mann of Baileys Harbor was a visitor in the city on \\Tuesday, renew- in...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 July 1916

- THE STURGEON. BAY ADVOCATE. JULY -20, *916. Local News F or th e Assembly— ** F ran k Gr&ass, brother of Judge 'Beafiry •fr tp e ’Par*y- G raass, is being* urged by this friends-to F o rd T ip s Over,— m ake th e ru n for assem blym an, and is seriously considering going race. Paint Court House.- dnto the^ w bcre.he is*, a member of^the co a stg u ard jre\\y., David Jacobson h a d th e m isfor­ tu n e , of tipping oyer in his Ford car,, I t T he window fram es, doors and * th e w hite crossing a rough piece *°f tow er a t th e court house have been given \" ad a t creek near th e Jacksonport- a new coat of paint, the w ork being done e*aa op° ■■ ne' \"” e % Wg by Carl Volletz jand his crew o f ' assist- rock’ skidded to th e side, an d turn ed ants. ■ • A fter th e Dog license.— over. -Mr. Jacobson h ad his ear quite -badly, .cut . and a few scratches on his ------ —„ — „ —.--------- forehead, b u t whs n ot h u rt seriously. *Nic. M oellerhas been engaged to gath- D ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 July 1916

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JULY 20, 1916. gtoetni. MM. M X 9 HB» MXTTO BIDS. Before we take an auto ride P a says to Mo, \"My dear. Now Just rem ember I don’t need, as­ sistance from the rear: If you will ju s t keep still back' there and hold In check your frig h t I ’ll take you where you w ant to go and get you back all right. Remember that my hearing’s good and also I’m not.blind. And I can drive this car w ithout sug- \" gestlons frpm behind.\" r Ma (promises th a t she’ll keep still, then oft we gayly start, B ut soon she notices ahead a peddler and his cart. \"You’d Better toot your horn,” says Bhe, “to let him know we’re near. He m ight turn out,\" and P a replies: \"Ju st shriek at him, my dear.\" And then he adds: \"Some day some guy will make a lot of dough By putting horns on tonnenu scats for women folks to blow.\" A little fu rther on Ma says: \"Ho sig­ naled for a turn.’! nd P a says: \"Did he?\" in a tone th a t’s , hot enough to burn. “Oh. there’s a boy ...

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 — 20 July 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JULY 20, 1916. PAGE foetta. , U ttu Bed Bhoea. The sweetest music th at 1 ever heard W as not the song of a beautiful bird w as not the laughter of a happy brook, W as not the silence, of a shaddy nook. Say! music sweetest Is. this, . th at I choose, ^ A rollcksome lad with little red shoes. This Is the rhyming that ever they make, • And this Is the way that ever they take. Clatter, clatter. Patter, patter, Scatter, scatter. Did somebody guess th at my Valentine Had velvety cheeks and lips of carmine? This Is the rhyming of heel and toe This Is the journey that ever they go. Clatter, clatter, • Patter, patter, Faster, faster. . — Dedie Hayes Killian. jsekrtert JfiisctHiiny. TpTMiTpcpFY^ ) -.7 By Cloonel Prentiss Ingraham ... H “Congratulate me, Talbot, for my ap pointmenit arrived last night, and I start in two days for W est£$?int ” and Ned Burton drew up his spirited horse a t the door of his particular friend, Talbot Trevor, who answered: , “And I, too...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 July 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JULY 20/1916. Complete Program of Redpath Chautauqua Week First Morning. Children's Honr, “American Birds In Story Land.” First Afternoon. G r a n d C o n c e rt, Smlth-Spring- Holmes Orchestral Quintet. Admission, 25 cents children, 15 cents. First Evening. Concert, Smith-Spring-Holmes Or­ chestral Q uintet Lecture, “America’s Destiny,” Dr. George H. Bradford. Admission, .50 cents children, 25 cents. Second Morning. Children’s Hour, The “Why\" Stories. Second Afternoon. Music (to be announced). Lecture, “A Russian Nobleman’s Story of Siberian Exile and Es­ cape,’’ Count Alexander M. Loch- witzsky, LL. D. » Admission, 25 cents children, 15 cents. Second Evening. Music. Lecture E ntertainm ent The Ba- wels, Native New Zealanders. Admission, 50 cents children, 25 ‘ cents. Third Morning. Children's Hour, \"Stories From the Classics.’’ . Third Afternoon. Concert Beulah Buck Q uartet Lecture, “The Golden Fleece” and “Community Building,\" Dr. Fred...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 July 1916

r- 1 THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE./JULY 2Q, 1916. PAGE NINE j a m harden and Imwt H AVE A H EA B T. H e w a s su ch a p rlm y little dog, h is c o at b esm eared w ith c lay No c o lla r an d no licen se did he w ear. F o r they- a re c an in e lu x u rie s fo r w h ich one h a s to p ay . • A nd th is little ra s c a l h a d -n o ch an g e to Bpare. H e w a s sta n d in g i n 't h e g u tte r h i : a 1 v ag u e, u n c e rta in w ay . Som e b o y s h ad . ch a se d him o u t in to th e stre e t. \" I f I could on ly find a bone,” h is bro w n ey es seem ed to say, .. \"O r a n y th in g a t a ll a dog could e a t ” J u s t th en a covered w ag o n w ith a screen door a t th e re a r D ropped a b ig an d b u rly m an upon th e sp o t, , A n d . th e h u n g ry little b e g g a r f e lt h is h e a rt c o n tra c t w ith fe a r— T h e f e a r th a t v ery soon he m ig h t be c a u g h t A nd a s h e sto o d th e r e . w h im p erin g “he' lo o k ed in to m y face. W h a t m ise ry I sa w ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 July 1916

PAGE TEN ’••'I THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JU LY 20, I - - - : - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - • ■ i '.' i * ■' -A iZstii-1. M , I V * * County News 3 g . BAJLEYS HARBOR. Mrs. A. Kalmbach of Sturgecm B ay spent a few liours here last Tuesday. John Reynolds and family of Green Bay spent a few hours hero Sunday. .Miss Larson of Chicago is the guest of Miss Amnn kendricks for a few days. Mr. hnd Mrs. Fred Ridings and family of Ellison Bay spent Sunday at the Mc- Ardle home. _ Mr. and Mrs. Lottie of Sister Bay spent Monday with thc$r daughter, Mrs. , Edwin Ostrum. The Ladies’.Improvement club met a t the home of Miss Jennie Eatough last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Ivita and family au­ to to the county seat last Thursday 00 business combined with pleasure. Judge Graass arrived here from Green Bay Inst Friday and is superintendiog the erecting of av summer cottage a t MudBay. The large barn which is being built for Aug. Schram is about completed. He will now be able to gi...

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

The Chautauqua Is Now Gpep MThis Gity--July 27tKAug. 1st ESTABLISHED 55*SYear VOL. 55 NO. 18 STURGEON BAY. W IS , THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. IM HE -TtXO BOUTIN DISABLED. . The tu g N. Boutin, C a p t Edw in Be- beau, is lyin g a t th e shipyard since Sun­ d ay in a disabled condition. The tu g arrived in p o rt F rid ay -ev en ­ in g on h er w ay south w ith th e barge K alaiqazoo in tow, th e la tte r c ra ft be­ in g loaded w ith a m iscellaneous cargo of m aterial used-In th e construction of ce­ m ent tops fo r docks, and th e outflt be­ ing on th e ir w ay to Racine. W hen off th e W ashburn dock som ething w ent w rong w ith th e cran k of th e tug, w hich becam e loose, and Capt. Bebeau landed h is consort on th e w est side of th e bay and retu rn ed to Green B ay fo r repairs. S aturd ay n ig h t th e B outin ag ain p u t In h e r appearance and had ju s t picked up th e K alam azoo and sta rte d oft on her sou thw ard journey w hen her crank-pin broke, to tally disablin...

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

4GE TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JU L Y 27, m e . ^Sturocon Bap Htwocate P u b lis h e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg eo n B ay, W is. E n te re d in th e P ost-office a t S tu rg eo n B ay, W is., a s seco n d -class m atter. RA T E S 'O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : O n e y e a r ........................................... $1.50 S is m o n t h s ..........................................................76 Pour m o n th s ................................ .50 Two, m o n th s ..................................................... 25 Single, co p ies ..........................................05 T w o d o lla rs w ill be c h arg ed If n o t p a id w ith in th e year. MRS. FRANK LONG A d d re ss a ll co m m u n icatio n s to T h e S tu r­ g eon B a y A d v o c a te,S tu rg e o n B ay ,W is, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., July 27, 1916. to show that we do not really appreciate what we have got. We are so familiar with the place that its beauty and vir­ tues do not appeal to u& To one who ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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