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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 August 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. AUGUST 10, 1916. PAGE SEVER ( g a n lc n a m i BKBAD AITS CHEESE ASS KISSES. Y es, K a te , I ’m g o in g to m a r r y B en. B u t h e Is poor, y ou sa y ? W h y , y e s, b u t th e n h e h a s e n o u g h T o k e e p th e w o lf aw a y . : A n d B en is ten d e r, tr u e a n d good A n d w e a lth lo v e n e v e r m isse s, A c c o rd in g to th e g o o d o ld Saw, W ith b re a d a n d ch e ese a n d k isse s. I n a ll th e l.and th ere, w ill n o t be, I k n o w , a h a p p ie r p a ir ' T h a n B e n a n d I w h e n in h is hom e I ru le w ith lo v in g ca re . M y o n ly s u b je c t B en w ill be, A n d I h is q u een , a n d th is i s . A ll Jt h a t w e a s k f o r h a p p in e ss— J u s t b re a d a n d c h eese and. k isse s. A t eve, w h e n h e r e tu r n s fro m w ork, H e ’ll -m eet a s m ilin g b rid e A n d w h e n h e co m es in to th e h o u se H e ’ll lea v e a ll c a re o u tsid e A t s u p p e r c o s ily w e’ll s it A n d c h a t, w h ...

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 — 10 August 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. AUGUST 10, 1916. Announcement For the benefit of his patrons among the teachers and pupils of the Door county schools, Dr. E. H. Robb will make the following evening ap­ pointments for the practice of His specialty, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, until further notice: SISTER BAY-M onday Even­ ings, Commencing Aug. 7 BRUSSELS - W ednesday Even­ ings, Commencing Aug. O FISH CREEK—Friday Even­ ings, Commencing Aug. 11 , HOURS—6 to » p. m. The office at Sturgeon Bay will be open as usual during the day. Use This Clear Soap For a Clearer Skin JAP ROSE Tl* wonderful “Sunday Morning Bath” SOAP Is wonderfully pure.. The lather absorbs that “dirty” feeling andinstills a delight­ ful freshness. Unexcelled for Shampoo, Bath and General Toilet Use. Best For Yotnr Oily Skin For Free Sample Write James S. Kirk & Co., Dept 353, Chicago, U. S. A. County News WASHINGTON ISLAND. (Received too late fo r publication lo st ■week.) A son w as born to M r. an ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 August 1916

n^—-Kewaunee Fair at Sturgeon Bay, September 19-20-21-22 ESTABLISHED '-.tX\"S-'!.-I^-’' . - v J.*1*/ -■ •â– * ':*M : &*■< ••Â» v sBiSiSiMlI jj-- ” v o l . 55m o m STURGEON BAY, WIS, THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1916. rxiTE Wv**' $1.50 A YEAR &-v (I -.....■ • .vji..,,.,,-, .. ..-.if:- x ■max. b e xsayr* vr nxnnnn. , OOMt iEHttkd Station xibM,. Identity la ' »ew Government Order—Canal la ■■?.•â– â– â– '. vo. aott . Lake Michigan XT. S. Coast Guard sta­ tions are now officially known only by number. Thechange from tho old ^ser­ vice to the new ■ has’ brought about a change in designation of all coast guard stations. Instead o f! being known as Sturgeon Bay-Canal tJ. S. Coast . Guard station.-the local B tatidnis now known as \"Coast'Guard Station No. 299.\" In some- cases the name of the harbor may be added to the designation, biit in most .-■ eases only t}ie number is used. This system will-be used in all reports and telegrams in which stations’ are men­ tione...

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 — 17 August 1916

»$turfleon Bbvocate Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon B^y, Wis. Sintered lh the Post-office at* Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as aecond-clasa matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: •One year ..................... .........$ 1 .5 0 Six months . . . . ............. .76 Four months ......... .60 Two months ................... .25 Singlo co p ies............... 05 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. MRS. FRANK LONG r Publisher Address all communications to The Stur­ geon Bay. Advocate. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. think the most qualified to fill the post tion regardless of pei%onal friendship, If everji hotel and private house were supplied with fly traps the pest would soon be exterminated. There should be a state law requiring cities to place traps at regular intervals thruout the ^city, to be taken care of by city employes. I t is astonishing How many flies can be caught in one of these wire traps in the course of twenty-four hours. Every hotel should have several large ones on the p...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 August 1916

THB STUSGEOH BAT ADVOCAT*. AUGUST 17,1916. PAGE THKST State Campafea For State Senator Candidate Jeffris Xaklnff A fftteauous Tight fo r Homlnatian—Da F ollette to ihrt A ssistance F r o n Ont- • *Ms- : ' MADI SON, W is., Aug. 10.—M alcolm G. J effris o f Janesville, w ho is th e reg u lar R epublican'candidate f o r th e nom ination fo r U nited S tates senator, is m aking g re a t strid e s in h is - cam paign a g a in st R ob ert M. L a F ollette, and th e indica­ tio n s a re th a t W isconsin w ill have a t le a s t one re a l R epublican in. th e U nited S ta te s sen ate a fte r the. N ovem ber elec- ■■ tlon. M r. Jeffris is now enjgaged in * speak­ in g cam paign, ta lk in g fro m th re e to six tim es each d ay in a s m a n y c l t f e s an d tow ns. H is n ig h t speeches a re in th e la rg e r cities a n d 'th e d ay is sp en t in au ­ tom obile to u rs th ro u g h th e adjoining counties. H is , audiences have been th e .larg est o f th e cam paign. M r. Jeffris' ...

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 — 17 August 1916

FACEFOUR THB .STUKGEOIf BAY ADVOCATE. AUGUST n , uwC WEST SlO^and VICiNIIY ‘ . '■ •:• . •â– â– •â– â–  .f---':’TTTTT? CALLED BACK TO THE BOEDER,' Corporal Cornelius Maples on Thurs­ day received a summons from the war department to report, ’at once at Fort Sheridan. ,■ “Coriny\" was employed in the depot ©f the A. & W„ where ho had been work­ ing for some time past. Ho was obliged to resign his position, which, however, he was assured would be held for him until his return. 7 _ Accompanied by. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maples, as far as Green Bay, he took his departure Sunday morn­ ing, the latter returning home the same evening. A card received Monday informed the parents that when he arrived at Fort Sheridan he was told that he was wanted on the border, and' orders were given him, together with a transfer and transportation. He did not unpack his grip, but boarded a train for the Texas border. He had no Idea where he would be stationed, but was under the'impres...

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 — 17 August 1916

/V:- .'■.: th e STURGEON B A yM voC A li.. AVGUST lfrigiK . ? LocalNews X azt& fq Z’faana**—. ■:■-.■ ^ ■'License to Marry was granted' fluring the'past-w eek to Geo. A. Wiegand, of thls ^ity, and Laura Honald, of H aileys Harbor. .. - Btafcii Good■ Bum— ■ ,. ■ •',•*. •â–  .%*.•â– ’•â– •â– â–  Mfi and Mrs. , F. E. Anderson’ motored from' Chicago last Saturday,’ leaving that city a t 4 o’clock'in the morning and reaching Sturgeon, Bay a t 2. o’clock in : the af ternbcSn of the same day.. Teachers' Institute.— ■/’v? The teachers of thfs county are. urged' to be sure and attend .the institute Wtifch la til' be held here next week. . County Supti- Millard T ufts has .arrangements all completed, and the meeting will ho one of great value to. all of. our teachers. Bjork Case Postponed*— ' * , ‘ The case of .M rs.'B en Bjork,. .which was to have been tried Wednesday morn­ ing,'has been postponed to this .(Thurs­ day) mbrning, a t 10 o’clock. The reason of po'stponmen...

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 — 17 August 1916

- THE STtfRGEOIf BAT ADVOCATE. AUGUST 17, I9i6. W e u s te r s ta n d b e sid e th e w all. M y a rm a ro u n d y o u r w a is t a n ’ a ll. R em em b er liow w e u sed to d rea m ? W e u s te r w a tc h tlie s u n lig h t beam . A n’ I could see y o u r ey es a g le a m D eep in th e sh ad o w s o f th e s tre a m . R em em b er how w e lin g e red th e re ? T h e s u n lig h t sp a rk le d on y o u r h a ir 1 n e v e r sa w y o u h a lf so fa ir. R e m e m b e r how o u r ey es co u ld see T h e p ro m ise o f a d ay to be, W h en you w ould c a re to r o n ly m e T h ro u g h life , u n til e te rn ity ? R em em b er how a q u a rre l g rew J U st o u t o f n o th in g ? A n’ w e tw o W ere c ry in g , a n ’ yo u s la p p e d m e— y o u l R em em b er? R em em b er w h a t^ y o u s a id t h a f d ay , W h e n I b eg a n to g o a w a y ? T o u ,s a ld , “I lo v e you, B illy , s ta y ! ” I n e a rn e s t h a lf, a n ’ h a lf in p lay .^ R e m e m b e r w h e n w e tw o w e re s m ...

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 — 17 August 1916

’■••r , 1 . , '.'■ ' ’ ' V ? ^ '\"-'!'\"■v ‘ ,(i,~*! v ' -UGUST y i DEEP PLOWING INCREASES WHEAT YIELDS. BUSINESS D U terU iem tB M (tsdw th is head HUTtS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. STATE DX. A. W . SZkAVOHTXB. p h y s i c i a n a n d SURGEON. Kpk ralni. w is. W isconsin telephone, t snore 1 long. Door County telephone 1 sh o rt 1 long. : wlU be at Baileys Harbor Thursday anc . Sf.. ft-5, afternoons, ir o n 3 to 6, anc at E lliso n Bay Mondays and Fridays from 3 to 5 p. iq I ilfi jam $wlfu and ^tomr A ll mothers, have a tender w ay W ith naughty little boys ■ W ho seem inclined tq disobey . V •. And make an aw ful noise.. F u ll many a whipping, mother swears, ■ She’ll give for that and. this ^ : B ut w hen she g ets h er boy'.upstairs, ' 8he settles w ith a kiss. How often to his room she’s led . The1 boy who disobeyed,' And sen t him supperless to bed W hat temper he displayed. .How often, w hen'she’s heard hint cry, - She's called: “No more o f this! '_ I’ll come to whip you by ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 August 1916

vjfv, ',y-.v Opera House of Classical Solo and Interpretive Dances will be presented here next —by— ■ Gertrude Kretfow who is a sister of our dancing master. Miss Kretlow will present the same program that she made such a hit with at the Kirmess Charity Bazar, Coliseum, Chicago, namely Butterfly Dance, Waltz, Caprice, Aesthetic and Scotland’s National Dance, the Highland Fling in Special costumes. \" Also PEA RL W HITE, the peerless, fearless, celebrated screen star, will appear in the first episode iTheIronClaww This is in every respect the best set of, pictures ever made by any film company, and is rhaking a great hit whereever it has been shown. It is being booked in 32 out of a total of 61 theatres in Milwaukee, which is the best record for any set of films. Five Reels Will Be Shown. One Price to All. Admission - - - 5c & 10c E X C U R S I O N -to- County y o u n g ID ' OUT ..id the Mesdritnes Fred Ip* d a ll/c f Chicago. . vlsUed Ji^ etilo aaa^ ,, - j S'STr: and\" Mi’s .r...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 August 1916

■' ^ ~ - lepji J|ay, •'/! ^ u n w n p . : W 1862- 55tHYear 1. : -' VOL. 55 NO. 22 STURGEON BAY, WIS. THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR Steamer Niko Damaged. ... . ^The steam er Niko. Capt... MacKlnzle '*//met-with an accident a t Green Bay. Frl- : _ day night .while passing thru one of the : Tjrldges -’ She took a' sheer and struck ' the hrldge. ■with such-force th a t'a hole was crushed in 'h er port how abreast of th e ' pilot house. The impact * bmashed the planking and a couple of frames” b u t as the damage was all above th£ w ater line the 'steamer was not delayed' The Niko was brought to the shipyard of RIebold St W elter, arriving on Saturday and work was Immediately commenced to repair the injury. I t was found nec­ essary to tear away considerable more than the outward injury shOwed'on- surface in order to m ake.a kObd Job.of It. Consequently it was ’’Tuesilay eVehr ing before the work was finished. \" ir The Niko brought the Ashland here last week for some repai...

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 — 24 August 1916

s*Stureeon » a$ Hbvocate P oblleh^' Shrcry Thursday a t Sturgeon ■ Bay, Wis. ' ___ ■ Kntered in the Post-offloo a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: _ One year ........... ^1,S2 81x months ................. .75 Four months .50 Two months V................. .25 Single co p ies...................................... • .05 Two dollars will he charged If not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG - Publisher Address all communications to The Stur­ geon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay,Wis. Sturgeon Bay., Wis., August 24, 1916. ffi Pach Bros Here is an uttcrnace by Candidate Hughes thaj. should appeal to everybody who is in favor of good governriiefflt^ \"I don’t care, if I am elected president, what becomes of.m y personal political fortunes.' I propose that we shall have no\" more,, if I can stop it, of these Tdss mo and I’ll kiss you’ appropriations in congress.’’’ And those who have followed the career of Clias. E. Hughes as gov­ ernor of New York, kno...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 August 1916

THX 8TUSGE0H BAT ADV0CATX. AUGUST 24, istfi. f' , V ’/ . / ' ’’w PAGE TB30Di '-fM PROPERTY OWNERS' RIGHTS. T o the Editor: . Suppose a. .man came up here from Chicago, bought a piece of shore prop­ erty, built a nice summer cottage, bad a private electric lighting line run to his place, and then a neighbor wfrald institute proceedings in court for dam­ ages olid ask to have the wires removed, w hat would you think of th at neighbor? ‘ B ut- C-... Suppose th a t the man who came up here from Chicago, bought a piece of shore property, built a nice summer cot­ tage, and had a private electric line run to his place, ran th at line over your property w ithout your permission, cut­ ting down many 'fine oaks and maples (two beautiful ones on each side of one of your entrances), and set a pole where you wished to place steps to a public rain shelter and bubbler, and then re­ fused to move tt, and later cut down another big oak tree w ithout your know­ ledge,' because the wire was burn...

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 — 24 August 1916

h b h b e l b b o s . r o b b e d m o n d a y . Some: time-, during Monday' tVie ofUco of Hembel BrOs. teas robbed of $25, Which was extracted from the safe at two different times. Access was had to the money during the temporary ab­ sence of George, who did not take the precaution to lock the door. While inquiry was made, no-suspicion was entertained as to who might have taken the money, and the affair was not reported to the police. The culprit was discovered by acci­ dent, or rather thru the efforts of Offi­ cer Hall while looking up anothor.yase of stealing. Monday morning Mr. Hall had been notified by some* young men from Chi­ cago who were camping in the Jacobs’, grove, that some one had entered Jholr tent during their absence while. In swimming, and stole $9 In cash, a couple of bowle knives and a box of cigars. The officer started out to obtain d. clew, there being a couple of boys who were suspected that had been seen hanging around the placo where ■ the strangers wer...

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 — 24 August 1916

’ ' • - * . • A - „ . ' ■ ''££*■ *$ 1 / \" r \" 5 W $ 9 ? i , ' • ! • —:*\"* - v t o t n i V v j n v d m i t iAUGUST. THE STHKGEOH BAT ADVOCATE. i4i, ®6. PA6EJW K BuUding C heesi'T a^ U Sy/--•'/- /‘4§i$. ' ' * . $ ,.. T h e N. R V ^ & a fe u rn ^ Iiu m ^ r a ie furnlshing M hterijddiord:chf£s3/fa $ to ry and resid aje« being b u ilt by Evenson •.Bros a t E llison B ay ‘ :/V .- Hew Fixtures.—\"Y ,. *. - . \" • ' ■ 7 ■ The i A rnold W agner salobn Jon Cedar s tre e t h as been fitted up w ith fine new fixtures d u rin g .th e p a s t.tw o w e e k s , and th e Interior h as been g reatly imbfovecl. Infantile P aralysis a t HarinettOr--,,! ’ A d eath h as occurred a t .. M arinette from in fa n tile paralysi&<_ , T h e / 1-year- old son of C harles M edley died 09. F r i­ day, a f te r an Illness of only g few A ays. T his Is th e first fa ta lity in th a j/c lty , '~- Jttstic? Timlin Dead/-— Ju stice W in. H. Tim lin, .of th e su- ' prem e court, died a t ...

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 — 24 August 1916

PA G E$IX THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. AUGliST 24,1916. TBS 0&0AXSB. Onco on the edge of a pleasant pool, Under the bank where 'tw as dark and cool, • W here bushes over the w ater hung, And rushes nodded, and grasses swung, Jest where the crick flowed outer the bog, There lived a grumpy and mean ole frog, tVho’d set all day In the mud and soak And Jest do nothin’ but croak and croak, Till a blackbird hollered, \" I say, yer know. W hat Is the m atter down there below? Are you In trouble, er pain, er w hat?” The frog se*. \"Mine Is a orful lot Nothin* but mud and d irt and slime F or m e ter look at Jest all the time. I t’s a dirty world!” so the old fool spoke. TCroaklty-croaklty-croaklty-croak!” \"B ut yer lookin’ down!” the blackbird said Look a t the blossoms overhead, i/ook a t the lovely summer skies, Look a t the bees and butterflies Look up, old feller. Why. bless yer soul, T er lookin' down In a m ushrat hole!” B ut still w ith a gurglln’ sob and choke The blame old crltt...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 August 1916

(tedrnand A O U m OX* OBOQTTST. A s I list to the clicking o f m allet and bail. :' .y V And the sound o f-fresh laughter that conies from the lawn, Through what scenes of the past, like a free waterfall ' - From a • thlck-shadowe.d wood, are my memories drawn! . And Jthose girls In trim draperies, gay and serene, And the bold, happy sprains they cro­ quet with out there, ■ From a picture so like the one fond- '■■■ ■ ■ cherished scene , Of m y youth’s clover-days, that I w alk upon . air. ’Twas on ju st such a sward, at the sum­ mer's hot close, That I Stood from the players a tri­ fle apart, And,'just like you beauty oilt there with the rose In her bright-ribboned hat, stood the g irl-o f my heart, With her foot on the ball, and her mace twirled aloft For the finishing stroke, but with eyes, ere It came. Turned askance upon me, so coquettish and soft That I thought of aught else than of !*-, winning the game. V** ' ' - r-------- And she W6h every point, and, still la...

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 — 24 August 1916

PAGE EIGHT ........... SEVASTOPOL THE STURGEOH-JOAY. dgVOCAXB.A.PGtJSI 24, l9lAwrw-* ’ '' \" M,rs. Anna. Cebllka pashbd aw&i’r on' Sunday.at the Homo of her -daughter, Mrs. Frank Bocholri Deceased was 85 years , of ago,, havlrig been born In Ger­ many on June IB, s 1831. Her husband has been riead- for many years. ' She came to this country with him and since his death has made her home with her children. Tho funeral was held from Sts. Peter and Paul church a t Institute on Tuesday. •. . Another aged resident to pass away, was Casplr Pavllck, who died on Thurs­ day -afternoon. He was about 86 years old, having been born in Bohemia In 1831, The funeral was held from Sts. Peter and Paul church a t Institute on Saturday morning. - ■ - - Alvina Aelcars visited her sister, Mrs. John Moore, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Washburn were Sunday callers a t the Scholl home. Mrs. Elmore Paulson spent Sunday with friends a t Maplewood. Mike Donovan is again able to be around and is loo...

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 — 31 August 1916

Fail* at SturgeoriBay, Sejpfe ESTABLISHED VOL. 55 NO. 23 STURGEON BAY, W 1S, THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1916V # T H E i S i A Y „ $1.50 A YEAR e ..-v'y-i*. - JOIN THE BOOSTER TRIP. cago, 'winch was on her way home after a trip to Mackinac. SOUTH CHICAGO. (By Special Correspondent.) Roh. Rahack of. Sturgeon Bay is lin­ ing on the tug Wm. A. Field. Capt. Frank'La Rage, a former Saw­ yer boy, is sailing the tug Calumet at IndianaHarbor. . Capt. Jessie Sarles, the Detroit real estate man, Sundayed with friends in South Chicago. Mr. Sarles is handling a big real estate deal inChicago.and couldn’t resist the temptation of taking a few launch and tug rides. The steamer J. T. Hutchinson which w as. in trouble a t Indiana Harbor a couple of weeks ago has been repaired and left the dry-docks Saturday night. She suffered several damaged plates and had her wheel stripped of all buckets. The tug Ed. Gillen of the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co., arrived here from Lake Erie last week. • She made a trip...

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 — 31 August 1916

PAGE TWO ,-THE STURGEONBAY ADVOCATE. AUGUST, 31,-I9i 6. ^S turgeon 36ap Hbvocatc Published Every Thursday “ Bay, Wis. entered In the Post-office at Bay, Wis., as secondclass at Sturgeon matter. RATES OE SUBSCRIPTION: _ j n nnot _ dollars w ill he charged If within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG - Publisher Address all communications to The Stur­ geon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay.W ls. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., August 31, 1010. © Pach Bros HUGHE8 AND FAIRBANKS. “AMERICA FIRST AND EFFICIENT.** —Charles E. Hughes. Republican State Ticket. Governor— Emanuel L. Philipp, Milwaukee. Lieutenant Governor— Maj. Marshall Cousins, Eau Claire. Secretary of State— George L. Harrington, Elkhorn . State Treasurer— Henry Johnson, Oconto. Attorney General— Emmett R. Hicks, Oshkosh, For U. S. Senator— . Malcom G. Jeffris, Janesville. For Congress— D. G. Classon, Oconto.^ Pitifiul publicity—a thin girl’s stock* the freight! The consumer. Remember that it is the stay a t home vote that has defeated many good candi ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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