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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 March 1913

■Hr ^ THE STURGEON M Y 4*VO0AXE, MARCH 13, 1913. LOCALJTEMS. • fXetter • l i s t —Hcraian Erickson, Thom­ as' Elliot, Margaret Burke. V Council Meetings—There will be regular' meeting of the council next Tuesday. ■ __ St. Patrick’s Day.~Next Monday the •Irishmen will have an opportunity to celebrate,-as this will be the 17th. Let joy be unconfined! The Weather.—The past week has been an exceptionally, mild one and the snow ha3 rapidly disppeared the last three days under the warm rays of the sun. Pell Thru Ice:—Wlnte. working'around the boats of the Hart fleet Earl John­ son on _ Wednesday:'broke thru and re­ ceived a (lucking. The ice is evidently getting poor- rapidly. Easter Sunday.—Only ten more days ' when Easter Sunday will be ushered in. The early date makes it bad for spring hats and suits, as we are likely to have a snow storm as anything else. Bridgetenders on D uty—The bridge- tenders were put on duty on the bridge this momiing, the bad going on the ice having made...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 March 1913

THE STPRGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, MAHCH 13, ig i3t A SY M BOL S O B S . from me, tasted it and said, “The beer is not bad, drink some of it, Private WeibezaU!” ' A I obeyed. — — ' ' Captain Hinterlncbler drank again • She sends me to choose her a h alf blown tiien iie snitj, ,»private Weibezahl, you !?Se' « i t are an fellow, I liave been very For the soft, black braids of her silk- . , ,excellent ____ , , . , ,. , , - en hair! \" fond of you for a long .time, let us The lovlest bloosom that buds and drink Brudersclioft. blows, , , Hnd I been struck by lightning ‘ Were scarcely fitting for her to wear, could not have been more astonished. My lady Honora, she Is so fair. There stood Captain Hinterlncher, the :rosery __ •,'T' ' terror of his company, to which, indeed, Here In the flourish a score , , . . . 1, ■ :, ’ , . How shall I choose one where all are I. did.not belong but he was a captain sweet? a superior officer, and he demanded that This Marshal NioC brimming and bub- I, a priva...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 March 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 13, 1913. / “ O H X Y A L E A K .” -r ? ? . O nly a leak ! » . ^ V / • -Aye so trflln g and sm all T h a t the b e s t o f u s sca rcely Can s e e It a t all. And y et, drop b y drop, ■ \\ ' W ill the sm ooth, sh in in g stream W ork slo w ly , b u t .surely. Th rou gh crevice or .seam . .-V? O nly a leak In th e ship ju st a stern / T h e sh ip ’s crew Is m erry ' . T h ey fee l no concerij.. T h e p assen gers' g a th er rrt \" v '. F or jo y and delight,. - V \\ . B u t th e sh ip m ay g o dow n i E re the dead o f the night.- O nly a leak In th e household a t hom e A y o u n g son is w ayw ard, A husband w ou ld roam '• A w ife is not th rifty , '.,? W h ile liv in g Is high. A n d w a s t e s . th e sm a ll p o rtio n ''-?'/'??: ' T h a t sh ould be laid by. 3 / O nly a leak ' • ???- - In th e-p ock et, m y friend. B u t th ree stitch es raveled. - W ill th a t be th e end? W ith rev els and orgies, T h a t prove b u t a snare, TTou’ll find ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 March 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 13, 1913, F o r S a le ! One 80-ncre' Farm near IlarriB, M enom ­ in ee County, .10 acres cleared and balance tim ber. Good buildings.. / P r i c e . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . : .§1COO.OO 2000 acres cut over'lauds in D elta Coun­ ty. Good soil for farm ing purposes. The tim ber rem aining on this land is . worth purchase price. Per acre. P rice .........................$8.00 to $10.00 1500 acres o f heavily tim bered land in D elta County. Per acre $8.00 to 10.00 2000 acres hardwood tim ber land, m ost­ ly m aple, n ev er has been cut over. Price per acre............ ..$12.00 to $15.00 2500 acres partly cut over* adjoining the above tract. Price $7.00 per acre. . Quarter cash and balance on tim e to suit, purchaser. Enquire of S . I_ . H A L L 005 First St., ESCANABA, Michigan liiiiiHiiiim iim i i-ii* A S K U S ABOUT THIS BLOOD R E M E D Y Great care should be exercised .! in th e selection of a blood remedy see that it does not contain mer- cury...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

VOL. 51. NO 52 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MARCH 20. 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS l o s e Drum Thru Ice. ' ' ..While engaged in transferring/a'iioist- ing rig from the ice to the decks ,of the barge Adriatic, yesterday afternoon, the ace gave w ay and the drum, weighing about four tons, w ent to the bottom.' The 0|Utfit 'is owned by Leathern. & - Sm ith Co. ancLwill no doubt be recover. «d as 3oon as the ice goes out. ... Fines Remitted. Word w as received here Wednesday th a t the/fines assessed against Leathem Smith,, owners, and David Van Dreese, engineer, of the tug Smith, had been . remitted by the supervising inspector o f ’ steam vessels. It w ill be remember­ ed th at the above parties .were fined about five weeks ’ ago for' taking the Sm ith across the lake last fall without being properly manned. Capt. K ' C. Batchelder a t the same time, suffered th e suspension of his license for a per­ io d of 45 days. But as this tim e will •expire before navi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

’ V ’ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 20, 1913. ' O J ‘ jfaS PRESIDENT WILSON. ■ The. eyes »f a nation of nearly 100, (100.000 persons nre turned.tow ard Waah- . ington. ' For the first time in sixteen years, the Democratic P arty 1ms come into complete control of tlie Ooverment. From this date it is resjionsible for the welfare of the people. I t w h s voted into power on solemn pledges, that the puhlic welfare would be, its lltst con­ sideration.^'if-jt fulfills its pledges, it will her-continuediu jiower indefinitely. If it breaks its solemn promises, it will surely liave to pay tlie sc verest. p e n a 11 y. The change in the administration comes a t a time of national prosperity^ The greatest anxiety of the people i3 over the question whether this condi­ tion shall be '.continued or not. At this time 8,0()0,000 persons ate employed in our industries .and twice that number on our farms. Our wage earners are re­ ceiving -the highest scale of wages\" paid in &11 the worl...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

THE STURGEON B A t 'ADVOCATE, MAHCH 20, 1913. THE EASTER OITESIKO. \"Let me the offering bear,\" she asked, ' Ana on the little face The earnest -wish of her young heart . : Iaid its own tender grace. ' - v She was the youngest lamb of all fThe flock I called my class As fair as any Easter bud Was the wee, winsome lass. ' So in her dimpled hands-- • Y . I placed our “offering” fair, Sweet rosebuds, white and pure, and ’bade Her., to the chancel bear Those emblems of her precious self, A bud for Heaven grown, And destined on some glorious day To bloom before the Thlrone. . I watched the little figure speed ! Along the marble aisle, * Her eyes like stars, her crimson cheeky • All dimpling with a smile. I saw her lift her \"offering” up, And then—all joyously-— The baby voice rang out: \"Please divfe These flowers to Dod for me :'And tell Him all us little dirls Send Him our .love!” and. then, :Wlth happy eyes,'my little maid .Came stripping back again. Content to feel that she had don...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

-THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 20, 1913. ®&e# tiiv^ca w giUvaciitc .Entered In the Post-office at Sturgeon B a y , Wls., as secondrclass m atter. Dudley S. Long, Business Manager P u b lish ed E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg e o n ' B ay, W is/ RA TES. O F SU B SC R IPT IO N .. -O n e y e a r .. ............... $1.60 sS ix m o n th s ................ 6 F o u r m o n th s ................. .60 :?T w o m o n t h s . .....................*5 S in g le c o p ie s .. . . . . . .V. ........... -0\" Tw o d o lla rs w ill b e ch a rg e d If n o t paid - w ith in th e year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., March '20, 1013. Notice to Subscribers. The postoffice department has written ’ us that we cannot longer send this paper to subscribers who have not re­ newed their subscription unless we pay second-class postage on same. We, of course, could not afford to do that aiid ye therefore ask that ail those who are hrrears one year or more send in their rehe\\val by return mail. Just looKWt the gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH. 20, 1913. LOCALJTEMS. Letter L ist—C. H. Burger, Chris. Tos* teson. ' -/ ■ ■' 7 Strikes Again—The .town lqek'. liaa once iriore resumed business a t the 'old standi' and is striking -regularly' every half hour. -Postpone Meeting.—Tli'e meeting of tlie Woman's Club, which Vvus to have been held on Friday, March 21st, has been postponed for one week from th at date. . ' . v Easter Vacation.—The schools will .close Friday • for their regular Easter vacation of a week, which will be en­ joyed by the pupils as well as the tea­ chers. / .RemodeQed Office.—The J. G. Dana company have , just completed extensive alterations ■ to: th e ir, office,, making it much more convenient .and comfortable for the transaction of their business. Purchase Property.—W alter Hoerres, on Saturday, purchase from Jacob Klotz th e. residence property-'wliere the former has been residing for several years. Mr. Klotz immeidately purchased the Rev. David Lewis property on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

THE STURGEON'BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 20, 1913. W : f o c t v i j . O u r t b b . x.o k o s m r .wY .The o ld . fashion saying, So lightly expressed , ■ / And so Carelessly uttered. Is one of the best! ' Y ':/ Oh. ponder, young trifler, /'.- • W ith life-w ork begun, The deep, earn est m eaning Of \"In the long run.” F o r \"In the long run,\" boys, The seed w ill spring up T h a t w as sown in the garden, Or dropped In the cup. And.-rem em ber! no ro ses’ W ill ^Spring from the weed And no b eautiful f r u it ........... Y F rom the unw orthy seed. How many, a stripling ■ , : ■ In trouble to-day, ’ . • ■ By riotous living ■ W ith com rades too gay, • ••• W ith character shipw recked'' And duties undone, W ill do sorrow 's harvesting “In the long run.\" ■: Too, \"in the long run\" w ill • The toller fare best. Who perform s honest labor And takes honest rest W ho,contented and happy, H astes not, in A day Or a year,' to heap riches T h at w ill pass aw ay I, Y The good, and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

K 'THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 20, 1913, H U tl seed w u ..probably be offered - fo r sale of the eggs beaten stiffly. B ake th irty in W iseonain alone th an w as ever sliip .j Ce,ery aod Cabbage S o u p .-C u t up in na/i Ai«e nf AlAn^ntin . 4-ina ttatti* I •. *_ 1lf T H E H U S B A H S D E T H B O O T E D . I w a s t h e m o n a r c h o f a r e a lm , • W h e r e a l l o b e y e d m y s w a y , , U n t i l t h i s - y o u n g u n s u r p e r c a m e , : •A n d t o o k m y c r o w n a w a y . H e I s - a d e s p o t h i s d e s i r e O f p o w e r n a u g h t c a n c lo y .\" . • W h o i s t h i s t y r a n t ,- d o y o u . a s k ? . H e I s o u r b a b y b o y . : \" . , - M y m o t h e r , s i s t e r s , b r o t h e r s , a l l O f o l d lo o k e d u p t o m e ,' T o t I b e f o r e t h i s n e w - c r o w n e d k i n g \" A m a n o n e n t i t y . ' ' F o r n o w t h e y p a y t h e i r c o u r t t o h i m M y e m p i r e m e l t s a w a y . ■“ T h e . k i n g I s d e ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, M A R ClT 20, 1913. SQc Table Oe Hole Sunday, March 23 Pitree o f S plit Pea Consomme HoUHoim Lettuce ' ■Queen Olives Roast Young Goose Stuffed Jelly Fricasse o f Lamb Rabbit Egg Salad with . . • Cheese Straws Masked Potatoes Boiled Potatoes Lim a Beans in Drawn Butter., / E arly June Peas i • ’ Green Apple Pie V anilla Ice Cream Assorted Cakes. ' Fresh F ruit Pudding Coffee ■Music by Welter,’s Orchestra Native P r o d u c ts as well as those of other climes help us make an attractive showing of Fine F ruits and V egetables .Our display will be worth a visit. If you are wondering what to have for Easter Sunday dinner-^-come and choose here. W e expect to have: CELERY, JLETTUCE, T O M A T O E S . CUCUM BERS R A D ISH ES, / CABBAGES, BEETS, * R U T A B A G O E S, PA R SN IPS, . SPA N ISH ON IO N S, A PPL ES. BA N A N A S, NUTS, O R A N G E S, PIN EA PPL E S, CRANBERRIES. G R A P E F R U IT , N Y C H EESE, P IM EN TO ES and R ELISH ES Order Early. S H I M...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

f y v - *,\" * v . j ~ ' y ^ r * ■ /&//>- ■ill THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 20, 1913. Supplement to The Advocate- A Perverse Maiden Thought She Was Teaching Her LoVer a Lesson. B y ALVAH JORDON GARTH. ■‘‘Don’t be too bard on me, Milly.” ' ?T’m not. You are hard on yourself Harold. Just think of it when we \"were getting along so - nioeiy, and ■everything \\tas going so weil! I can’t bear to think of it,” and preity, Milly /Wells burst into tears. • “I am sorry,” began the young man in a contrite tone meant to be sooth­ ing, He placed a gentle, hand on Milly’s own. She switched it away, wilful and petulant. “You never would have done it if 1 /had known,” declared the young girl between sobs. “I never want you to show me the bank book again: I’ve lost all interest in it forever, and I’m glad I’m going to visit Aunt Margaret People may have some consideration for me there.” Harold’s brow drew into a wrinkle of pain. H e was deeply in love with Milly, but he felt...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 March 1913

V ' - - ' ' Supplement to THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 20, 1913. Or. Bentley Never Talked Much About Himself, but It W as -. Not Necessary. By COURTNEY SPENCER. ---•“Yes,-Miss, that’s the way to the vil­ lage. So you’re the new principal of the Free school? I hope you’ll like the place, Miss, and stay with us a while the last principal, she founded the school—-Miss Brown, from Boston, you know—and she bided here for sev­ en and twenty years until Doc B ent­ ley sent her home to die. Couldn't do nothing for her, he said, and that’s saying a heap, for we all thinks a good deal of Doc Bentley down this way. \"Of course, when they first started this scheme for teaching the poor whites reading and writing, there was some feeling against it in this section. A cracker ought to keep his place, I say, and. not to go apeing the learn­ ing of us quality folks. But Miss Brown—well, she was a fine lady and I reckon she got us all converted long before Doc Bentley sent her home. “Doc Bent...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 March 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 1 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY MARCH 27. 1913. \"■ '“■ ■ 1 ’ 1 ’•• ■ \" ■ ........... LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS J’MgS.'S 'xrJ%£$'?mi TEACHERS ARE EWCA6ED / ' • ‘ Smith'cCo»'.r-tov-tHe B)rAfaTOt«H.%-i#t^1 »ifaBber «F nto'i^''O iitted»-T er Itei- 1 .... r\"_--------------- -. Ashtabula, ahd will be sent below on, -\" Term.KfaUeOlbmWinNotieira. around the river, were torn down by the the opening: - of navigation. ■■/■•â–  /■\"/■. ' : O ceanSefriceoathe Lakea/ ‘ The Chicago*^ Dalnth and Georgian Bay Trans. Co., owners of the new. steamship North America, launch^! at Detroit last January arid mrpf. . beirig completed there: wiB be ready fo rse ri vice June 2 1 st, : when she Will leave ■Chicago on her maiden ' voyage/ the /ro u te being as follows: • ■■: .’/ • -'Leave “ Chicago'*' Saturday afternoon Mackinac Island Sunday noon the Soo Sunday evening/ Port Arthur Monday aftenopn Duluth Tuesday morning Houghton Tuesday evening the Soo Wednesday...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 March 1913

STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. ■ Jqlm M cCormick, o f A n tig o , receiv­ ed fatal injuries while boxing his cous­ in in a bar-room. ' Ho suffered hemor­ rhage of th e brain from which lie died a short tim e a fte r the bout. • ' . l*eter Culbis, charged witli killing Frank Littlefield, a barkeeper, as a re­ sult of a quarrel over a game o£ dice, a t Rhinelander, waS found guilty in the second degree and .sentenced to twenty ' years in state prison. ■ Adelaine, tire 4 year old daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Charles H. Olson of Su- perior was accidently shot by Carl Mey-. ere, her 10-year-old playmate. ^.Therboy was playing with a rifle which\" lie did not know was loaded. The child died later. \" - • ' Louis Belden, charged- with the lnur- der of Edward C. Ryan on the night • of February 27, w as declared not guilty • by ’a jury in Criminal court a t Janes­ ville. Ryan died from injuries alleged to have been inflicted by- Belden with a. ra^or during a fight. ,%vApproximately $30,000 in a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 March 1913

t H E i # y O C A X ^ j a ^ H 2^ ^ M Y F I R S r C R M S E . BY COMMODORE C IL lIS. r . S. NAVY . Oct. 12, ■ 1848, marked , the - day on which 1.passed my examination a t tho Naval academy at Annapolis,/ and was admitted into the navy of the United Stete9 as. a*1. acting midshipman on six month's probation. uV. i':!' / At the expiration_ of that time my re­ maining in the .service' would, depend upon the character' of the letter the com­ manding officer of the vessel to which 1 might he attached should forward to the honorable Secretary of the • STavy. If- favorable, then a warrant wpuld be issued, signed by the President of the United States. If unfavorable, I-iwould be restored to the. bosom of my family. My warcant bears the signature of President Zachary Taylor. My orders were to report to the com­ mandant of the Norfolk navy yard for duty on the frigate Raritan, fitting out as flag-ship of the home squadron. .On November! 15, 1 and .five other - youngstera had Our orders i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 March 1913

K - THE SfuEG EO H 'fiA Y ADVOCATE,,MAEC«tJ^ 113. , ' ‘ ®hf $lnrj)Mn guy gultocutc .Entered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon . Bay, AVIs..' as second-class matter. Dudley S. Long. Business?, Manager. Published Every Thursday 'at'Sturgeon ■ . I Bay. Wis. ■ v -: :B iT p S QF SU B SC R IP T I9N : • One y ear.. . . . . . . -----. . . . . — . . . . $1.60 ..Six m onths.. ......... -Jg Four m onths. . . . . .............. .60 ’■\"TWO m onths. ........... ,/...........................25 -Single copies. ...................-.-. -06 Two dollars will be charged if not paid -within the year. Sturgeon’' Bay, Wis., March 27, 1913. PERSONALS P a id A - • With this i.^stte tne Advocate com­ mences its fifty-second year, the paper being ol years old Inst Saturday.. To look a t that first, copy, printed on March 22, 1862. and sec what the former pub­ lishers had to contend with, owing to the lack of equipment, help and limited : patronage, it seems marvellous to us th at the business survived...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 March 1913

, THE STURGEON ^AV _APVOlaXE, MARCH 27t 1913. LOCAL'ITEMS. 't — i • .' Cold —The , thermpin^^vvii^^stierea oily a few degrees above ]th6: zerp! mark tfels mominig. . ' V , . • JDid You See It?—We iiaye^hua^vft^- heard of no one who saw . tie moon on Saturday morning,. whicli took place along about 4:30. . j \"Moravian .Ladies .Aid.—Mrs. A. J. Sorenson will entertain tlie^Country La­ dies Aid of the 'Moravian church .on (Tjiursday afternoon, April 3rd. (to •. Letter LisE—Following is the un­ claimed letter list: Mrs. Gust 'Johnson,' Elsie Weiss,.. Adolph Washulesha,-Etta Winegrout, Ben Warner Mrs. Anna1 White. . , ■ ,• -J ? ' ' County Court.—The only matter be- ’ fore the session of the county court on . Tuesday was that of Peter Btechno, de- ’ iceased, hearing on petition for adminis- tration. Womans Missionary Society1.—The | 'Womans -Missionary society of the Con­ gregational church will meet with Mrs. Edw. Reynolds Tuesday, - April 1st, at 12:30 p. m. - State School Tax.—Tre...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 March 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, M AR&t 27, 1913. f ! p ) - t h b . w b b c k . A cro ss th e n ig h t a g ra y m oon fe ll- . T h ro u g h b a rs o f s h iftin g cloud, to s e t W h ere Iron re e f an d w h ite w av e m et S u lle n ly a t th e d oors o f hell. I t saw .the g r e a t sh ip ’s d y in g th ro e A s one w ith dim , d raw n face, w ho sees A dum b b e a st In Its agonies, A nd m ay n o t h elp A nd m ay not go - .A nd p e e r l n g ^ t i ll ’ fro m w ind w ro u g h t ■ c av es . . v ' I t w atch ed a m id th e .swlyl and s trife U nlovely ntom d, each a life, T o ssed o n th e u p ro a r o f th e w aves.. S ick to '\"th e \" h e a rt w ith fe a r untold-, ’O f , t h a t m ad s la u g h te r h a lf described, V. I t c re p t b eh in d a cloud an d died. T h e n th e b lac k n ig h t w a s icy cold.- L h s t o u t of chaos calm ly b rig h t D a y daw ned, a n d w ith a g re e tin g ro a r T riu m p h a n t ocean flung to sh o re H is bro k en p lay th in g o f th e n ig ...

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