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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 October 1916

Be Sure and Read Our Special Club Offer on Another Page IC*- ♦» iS'ejiw: .vs'. rs » NO* 29 i'iiXK t e a * IS & F '^ ‘ T\"\"\"' STURGEON BAV W IS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR iW j/iur- qHICAGO MARIHB: (S^c^'xC& ifespondent,) The stoap^/ Fr^i& - W after a five days absence in' which she received a pair of new...,gangways and a coat of paint, is back on ’doty again no worse for t’he rough treatm ent received in the st-orm (of some days ago. Parties w6*e looking over the eteainer C. W. Moore which, ha? been moored a t the Division street bridge for the past two seasons. The Moore a t one time rn i' oift of here for tfhe Graham & Mor­ ton line blit is how operated by them on' Lake/Siipenor for several seasons. The Moore is a small steamer 124 by 24. W hether a purchase* was made or not is not Known as yet. She a t ene time ran on Green bay, where she is well known. Father Neptune blew a cold and strong breath, from the noftli last Monday, causing things ...

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 — 12 October 1916

THE OCTOBER 12, 1918. gggtwrgcon »ag Bbwcate ■Btered In tlie Post-offlce a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis., as Becond-olass matter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: \"Two 'dollars wlil be charged It not paid within the year. • . DUDLEY S. LONG Publisher Address all communications to The Stur­ geon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay.Wla. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., October 12, ' I Pit!. , 1 ,. the war that will follow this war—tin promises to catcli the voters. Wo under- , , . . r-*ua« . , . . . .. struggle of peace the fight for indus stand now that he is going to get a gas trial and commercial 8Uprema c y ^ h e - buoy for Detroit Harbor entrance, at boygan Press. Washington Island. He has had a number ---- !— . of years to get that needed improvement, Democrats Settled That. ., and the necessity of it has been called There should be some tribunal estab- i , to his attention thru the press and per- Bshed by the government before which J e\\ Rev. Moms performed many kind that. the grievances of either emolovers „r ...

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 — 12 October 1916

_ THESTURGEOH b a y AllVOCATlLiOCTOBER 12, 19*6. . , ' Sell Farm.— Nelson- & Lawrence last w eek. sold, a 40-acre farm about one-half mile from Ellison. Bay, to Aleck Albertson. Mr. Albertson owned th e adjoining. 40 and tbe new acquisition gives him a nice farm. Repairs to Bridge.— D uring. the past week a cement cap was p u t on the center pier of the bridge, the work being done by Allan Olson. This ■ is to prevent the w ater, running in be­ tween the stone, freezing and cracking the structure.' Finishes Building Road.— Contractor Nebel and his crew of men finished building the road in the town of Sturgeon Bay. running east from the Chas. Swenson place. About half a mile of highway was constructed, which cost in the neighborhood of $1,200. Buys a House.— Lester Nebel within the week pur­ chased tbd Harmon house a t the lower end of Liberty^ street from the A. & W. Railway company and will move the dwelling in the near future. “Coming events cast their shadows before.” ...

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 — 12 October 1916

WEST SIDE and VICINITY Congressman Konop Speaks. Congressman Thos. Konop delivered a political speccli ^ t the Opera house on JDhursday evening. Notwithstanding th at little notice had been previously given of the proposed meeting there was a good sized crowd in attendance when the gathering was call­ ed to order. The speaker spoko on the national is­ sues, lauding the administration of Pres­ ident Wilson and the work of congress. He defended the eight-hour law, the Un. derwood tariff bill-and took a slam a t Theodore Roosevelt. He likewise spoke on state issues and Urged the support of the Democratic ticket, criticising the administration of Governor Philipp. Miss Rose Ellcnbcckcr left Monday for Chicago, where she will remain indcfi- mitely. Jacob Leonliardt was in town Tuesday for the first tim e in a couple of weeks, having been sort of under the weather. , Wlm, Heilmann has been confined to his home and bed for the past week or more with an attack of quinsy and sore throat. ...

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 — 12 October 1916

IB S ST&BGEON BAY ADVOCATE.(OCTOBER12, 1916. Age of (By H. Bv Holand.) The county board of. supervisors will meet on Monday, the 15th, for the pur­ pose of transacting'such business as can be done previous to the annual meeting in November. About , a mile west of Little Sturgeon geon were the John Spry, the Ellen Spry, bay the shore rises boldly from the wat-1 the Halstead, the Norman, the Ozaukee, eris edge - to- a perpendicular cliff about] the Pensaukee’, the F. B. Gardner and the seventy feet in height. This cliff has a j J. W. Doan. most picturesque location commanding’ After the Chicago fire business,had a nearly all of Green bay.. Off to the right great revival and freight rates were very lies Sturgeon bay deeply indenting the high. I t took about ten days to make a land. To the left lies Green Island and the cities of Marinette and Menominee.. While straight ahead lies headland after headland th at marks the bold chore of Northern Door county. Backed up against the base...

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 — 12 October 1916

‘ l \\ m \"S. Ha»eYKir'Clioitt-People's Store sides it tells you all about the People & Stoie Stamps and S. & H. Green Trading Stamps. railI'WMi lam, This Cozy Rocker the chair of a thousand joys F R E E ! CAVE iWf GREEN ° Stamps and add com­ fort to the home without a cent of costl ^This is th e very essence of economy. 'The stamps are given loyou FREE—cheerfully—and with them you have the Premium Parlor, with its thousands of beautiful articles, at your feet STA R T A BOOK TODAY. P TtfSTnCtotXDTSSmu 2 lbs. 20? Coffee 21c with every purchase of $2.00 or more, not in­ cluding flour, sugar, butter and eggs. Not more than 2 lbs to a customer. , : • %. 4 lbs* Sugar for 21$ with every purchase of $2.C0 or more,ii£ m than 4 ibs. to one ■ Only one dish to a Our 21st Anniversary Celebration Sale Starts the 13 th and ends is doing the largest business in its histciy, \\fhich just goes to prove that the more we do fo feeen .working hard for months to gather merchandise for eve...

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 — 12 October 1916

OPSd ? , . ‘- : S ■: JnkH n*»*v' 10 Bars Soap 21c ift While Laundry! Soap for 21c with every $2.00 purchase or more, not includ- ingvflour .sugar, batter and eggs. Not more thanMO bars to one -customer. RIGHTED 3 Tomato Soup 21c 3 cans of Snider’s Tomato Soup for 21c With every $2.00 purchase or more, not including flour, sugar, butter and eggs. Not more. than 3 cans to a customer. list. 21 years &f faithful service to the public. Our store [r customers, the more of them come. To fittingly celebrate this event we have le and quality boldly stand out at a glance in the offerings for this sale. '■ ■‘■ ■ 4 T - ■ •Hj, . 2 Bleached 15c TBritish Towels for Not more than 2 towels to a customer 5 Rolls of Toilet Paper for 21c ,Nol more than 5 rolls to' • 1 a customer. ind save $15.00 up to $67.50. I- Another lot of Coa# $5.00 1.00, 20.00, up to 42.50. * its Suits trimmed with Velvets! and Furs jn- [Velvets, Velours, Broadcloths,.Poplins Gabar- .!■ #rs at $1.95. Bortment o...

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 — 12 October 1916

THE STURGEON BAY jAVOCAiX. OCTOBER 12,1916. You kissed me! my h ea r\\ sunk low oh your breast, W ith a feel in s of shelter and Infinite rest And the holy em otions tho tongue dared f not speak, / Flushed up like a flame from my h e -rt to my cheek, Your arm s held me fast, oh,your arm s w ere so bold! H eart beat ag a in st heart, in their pas­ sionate hold! . Y our glance \"seemed draw ing m y soul th rough my eyes, As th e sun draw s the m ist from th e sea ' to the skies. And yo ur lips clung to mine til! I pray­ ed in my bliss They m glht never unclasp from th a t rapturous kiss. You kissed me! my heart, and my strength, and my will. In delirious joy for a m om ent stood s t l l l - L ife had fo r me then no tem ptations, no charm s— No v ista of pleasure outside of your arm s. A nd. w ere I th is in sta n t an angel pos­ sessed- .. Of the joy and peace th a t are given the blest,' I would fling my w hite robes unrepln- ingly down, * A nd te a r from m y forehead its beauti...

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 — 12 October 1916

* ' * H * BTTOGKOH BAT ADVOCAX*. OCTOBER 12, 1916. JifttS $ ard tn and $im u T I B I M V X I E T I B P I T B . I n 'th e quick com ing dusk o f th e trop­ ical night, ■What “w as i t th a t b arred th e w ay? The colonel, w alking th e : lines of th e Tenth. \\ Stooped down w here a soldier lay. D ead he lay b u t he guarded s till A paper in h is rig h t hand. . A nd th e . colonel said: \"T h is soldier fo u g h t Today uhder m y command. ‘‘T h is,is th e m an w hose voice I heard In th e thick o f the b a ttle today , “I'v e lo st m y regim ent, sir th e N inth. I ’ll fight w ith th e Tenth, if I m ay!’ ‘’Men w ere fallin g to rig h t and left. T he b u llets around u s flew 2 looked a t him sharply he,sim ply said, , 'M y d u ty I ’d like to do.’ ’* ’Be i t so,’ I. answ ered, ‘serve w ith the T enth ’ And he disappeared from sight. T hey say he fo u g h t w ith a g allan t w ill I saw him no m ore till tonight. \"One hou r ago before me he stood. H is. voice w as steady and l...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 October 1916

Il'M's.. fct THE £IUROEOII . 8 AY ,^ y O C A t* . OCTOBE|i 12,1916. C o u n t y EPHRAliS. Mrs, Henry Smith, of. tlic‘county seat, P9 up Sn'tUfdiijftd'-vIfeft her' mother, |. Cnrl Johns] for a few days. • ^Slfc'sther Bextrom, .who has been em ployed on Jingle Island this summer, re v ^T '- I 3,- - . •„ ‘turned to her home here Saturday, Dr. E. Jacobs and wife of. Manitowoc are5visitinR. with friends this week. John.Bextroin, yyfeo solA-bis farm to .■&£ r 1 ' , „ ~ ^ _ his son Henry, has moved Into one o S j, Bartrand nnd family of Green ay ^ )Q ^ ^ Carlson, cottages for the win p o sts'a t Eagle Inn k s t week. ■ 4er montlis ............. . - M b. B. f t [Thorp left Saturday f & ^ m d ^ E M Jacobs autoed here Bay to spend the ensuing win\" from jfanitowoc Sunday and visited fit terv.'**•• ’■ 'the Ole Erickson and’F ral and Ludwic Miss Ella May Goodlet returned last Nelson homes until Monday, when they week-from a month's visit in Illinois and wont to Ephraim to visit ...

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 — 19 October 1916

Offer on Another Page 'i l i E ' 55th Year mm STURGEON BAY, WIS, THURSDAY, NO. 30 OCTOBER The canal coastguard is to be equipped fti.with a new beach cart, which is to be smaller and lighter than the present me W HEN TH E LIGHTS GO OUT. Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and W is. eonsin.—S traits o f Mackinac, Lake Mich- igan, and lights and fog sBgnals a t t^'^bH 6ivihg named .stations u |li b e discontiriued 'for the winter, a t sunrise, December' 10-20, 1910 Sti.H elena light station 10th. . ■ IR ^te Shoal-rlight station, 10th: Jle: Aux Galeto light station, 10th. Bearer Island light station, 20th. Fox Island Hght statipn, 10th. ■ light station: 10th, FOjtthi^qmie light station, 20£h. ' t Sf^.3J^in.jIsiand, light station . :10th. Sqjinw Island light station, 10th. A ^ c o a g t lights and fog signals on east ' sid^/iof Labe Michigan north of North M hnitou Island, and all coast lights and f^g'signals on west side of Lake Michi­ gan and Green bay north of Cana. Is-' land, will be...

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 — 19 October 1916

^ S tu r g e o n B a s advocate Published E very T h ursday a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. W atered In the Post-offlce a t S turgeon B ay, W is., aa eecond-olasa /natter. . KATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: O ne y e a r ..................... .............. S1.60 BIx m o n th s ................................76 F o u r m onths ............ .60 Two m onths ............................... SB Single copies ................................ 06A Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin th e year. Thursday of last week with $7,000,- 000 worth of war thunitions-for the al­ lies and 330 passengers. - Of the latter there were four American citizens. The stcatner was escorted by a flotilla , of British battleships.. Will a German submarine be obliged to warn this yes scl because she carries four American citizens? DUDLEY S. LONG P ublisher A ddress all com m unications to T he S tu r­ geon B ay Advocate, Sturgeon B ay, W in 6turgeon Bay, Wis., October 19, 1910. ID Fach Bros HUGHES AND FAIRBANKS. “AMER...

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 — 19 October 1916

Marine News [Continued from F irst Pagel “Old Dog? to ithe Seiwiie. A sadden shift in the wind beached the little vessel, Manowis, owned by George Nelson, while the boat w oo-at the.foot of State street yesterday, the little craft being driven hard aground, b at was little damaged. When the plight of the Manowis was discovered Boss Wright, with the “Old Dog17 attempted to aid the beached boat and succeeded in straightening her out but found it impossible to pul} her off. Later the MucMullin & Pitz tug was se­ cured and after working for some time lift feet lonX I t w i l l -be- to Boston by Oapt. Kelly, who, with Capt •Moody, has Just returned from taking the first ship through the St. Lawrence The Manitowoc has a contract to build four such boats for the Bay State com­ pany. , The purchase of the steamer United States from the Crosby Transportation company by Col. E. H. R. Green for a' figure near $500,000, may be a prelude to the purchase of the entire fleet of Cros­ by lin...

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 — 19 October 1916

\" Jacksonport Lutheran Church. v English getvicc* October 22, at 10:00 ' a. m. ' 0«rm»n X.utlieran Church. Next Sunday services in S&wyor with the Lord’s supper in tho forenoon at 9:30 o’eloek. Sevastopol 2:00 o’clock. - FRED SCHUMANN, Pastor. M. S. Church. Next Sunday morning at 11:00 o’clock, the pastor will preach on “The Little Coat a Woman Made” and in the evening at 7:30'the Bubjeet will be \"The Commonplace Life Made Divine.” Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Epworth league at 6.30 p. m. . Preaching at Jacksonport Sunday af- ternoon at 3:30 o’clock. There will be a message for you and all are welcome. EDGAR J. STMONS, Pastor. Bay view XTorwaglan A ntbuu. English services in the Sawyer church 10:30 a. m. Services in the Hainesville church 7:30 p. m. Prayer meetings every Thursday ev­ ening. The Hainesville Ladies’ Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Elias Nelson, Oc- , tober 24. ^The Nasewaupee Ladies’ Aid meets Oct. 19. at Mrs. Oscar Haines’. ■ The Hainesville class Friday...

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 — 19 October 1916

' , tin t s tu rg e 6 » b a y a d v o c a t e , O cto b er i9, mu. \" \" \" \" # \" \" \" ' ............. The Golden Age of Little Sturgeon (By Hi R. Holan(L) [Continued from last lssue.] On Feb. 1, 1868, Mr. Bailey sold bis L ittle Sturgeon plant and property to Bailey & Vincent. No consideration is recorded. Bailey & Vincent, however, gave Mr. Gardner a mortgage in tlie property to the amount of $54,000, which, according to the usual computa. tions, would indicate th a t the property was w orth more-than one hundred thous-* and dollars. (As a n ' illustration of the peculiar taxation methods of those times it is interesting to note th a t the entire town of Gardner, including L ittle S tur­ geon was assessed for only $46000. The tow n , of Gardner a t th a t time had a fanning population of more than three hundred people.) *■ This sale was not of lasting duration as the property reverted to Mr. Gardner Nov. 11, 1869. I t now remained in Mr. G ardners possession until 1...

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 — 19 October 1916

THE STURGEON BAY .AMFOCJTBdOCTOIUtR 19,1916. Janies Madden of the.ijiwn of Clay Banka has been on the sick, list for tbo SIDE and VICINITY \"* •' - past week or so. Mrs. Eugene Barnard fcjkt tjie amount to be raised was a ^biglier tlmn last year owing to the lation of the summer school, re- fairs 'to he. made on the building, etc. ' -?y iiuo ______ wa,s ill the greater part of last week, tint is able to. rcce‘Je !» the neighbor. 5 j OTfl:n hood o r $o,000 from the state tho coming be ai*u»d again. j year, this, being due to the installation Joseph Eiehingcr who bad been r o n - ^ ^ ^ itjonaj xiiis about pays ning ja vchecse factory at .^ v ^ r , W i £ ^ j | ^ teachers,Which makes the sup- returned home within the week to re- 0f ^ e school exceedingly light for main Indefinitely. . ■ the taxpayers.' j’. The schooner Hall discharged a quan- Mrs. Otto Nelson of Nasewaupce’ lias tlty of salt at the Lyons dock on .Thurs- ^ en confined to her homo’ and.bed for day of last week which ...

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 — 19 October 1916

rtfE STURGEOB BAY ADVOCATE OCTOBER 19,-igiS. I V Junior League^Metr—i The Junior League of St. Josephs church, m e t Monday evening and' held their’ annual election of officers.- P aint Warehouse.—' The- Pauly & Pauly cheese warehouse reccM&d a new coat of paint within the past$jv£ek. and its appearance is greatly improved’.' . . . r , , ' Hicks Is Dead.— * The Key Irl R. Hicks,- astroffier and “long distance” w eather forecaster, - died a t S t. Louis.qn,Thjj|sday a t the age of 71 yfears. H ^l^ o ik : &I11 be ^carried on by a son.v Dr. Davis WiuY-Mctn^.— i \\ - Dr. J. S. BavYs w illg iv e an interest- ing lecture a t the?Methodist church next {Thursday, evening,'O’ct'. 'SO,' and everyone is invited. Dr. Davis was formerly pas­ to r of the. M. E. church here. W ill.Meet on November 14.— The county board of supervisors’ will meet 6nv th e second Tuesday,,in Noyem- Iber .Which this year falls on the 14th of tlm month. This is the latest date a t which the meeting could ...

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 — 19 October 1916

TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 19, 19J6. TO M A N D K IT T Y W h ere tw o ^ w h ite c o ts o ’c ra rc h e d w ith sh a d e j ThqlV p alo-blue sm o k e -w re a th s b len t, T h e te p lay ed an d s tr a y e d a b o y ' an d y f ' K niaid. C om panions w ell c o n te n t. T o g e th er sch o o lw ard . sh in e o r w o t, • T hey tru d g e d th e c a r t- r u ts th ro u g h Above one book th e ir rin g le ts m e t t \"O ne a p p le serv ed th e two. A nd o f t a c ro s s th e hedge yo u ’d h car. O r tliro u g li tlje ’door a ja r, ■‘I s T o m m y 'h e re ? — then, n e v e r fo ar!A My. K itty w o n 't be fa r.” I f T o m m y ’s k nuckles c h an ced to ach e, A s sch o o l-b o y s’ k n u ck les do, T h e: dom inie, fo r p ity ’s sake, • W ould nobble K itty ’s too. W h en T o m m y tu m b led ,in th e p o n d , \\ ■ And g asp ed w ith h o rro r m u te, H is p lay m a te fond h is visage* conned, . T h en p ro m p tly follow ed Buit. W hen T o m m y sm oked b e n e a th th e r...

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 — 19 October 1916

\" - f x, t b s s m o s y n i bay advocaxk. Octo ber » , »i«. m?- x i r n a x i u v o u t n o n . God bless tb e little feet th a t: n ever go a stra y , \\.: .y - •â–  F o r th e little shoes a re em pty, in m y closet laid aw ay Som etim es I tak e one in m y hand, fo r­ g ettin g till I see I t is a_ little half-w orn shoe, n ot large enough fo r me A nd a t once I feel a sense of b itte r loss an d pain, A s sh arp a s w hen tw o y ea rs ago i t c u t m y h e a rt in tw ain. Oh, little feet, th a t w earied,not, I w ait fo r them no more. F o r I am d riftin g on th e tide, b u t they have reached the. shore, And w hile th e blinding teardro ps w et th ese little shoes so old, I try to th in k m y d arlin g 's feet are treading s tre e ts o f gold. A nd I la y them down again, b u t alw ays tu rn 'ttf'say God bless the' little feet th a t now so su rely can riot stray. A nd w hile I th u s am stand ing I alm ost seem to see T he H ttie foriri beside me ju s t as it used to b...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 October 1916

if . jtir- -•.I'U.-'ifri t ' • ' OCTOBER 19, County Oct. 21st -and- Republicaa Nominee for Congress will meet the voters at CarisviUe, Saturday, at 11 o'clock Fish Creek, Saturday, a t 2 o’clock Ephraim, Saturday, at 3 o’clock Sister Bay, Saturday, at 4 o’clock Ellison Bay, Saturday, a t 5 o’clock Baileys Harbor, Saturday, 6 o’clock and will be at Corners, Town of Jacksoxiport, v Saturday Evening a t 8 o’clock^ where the issues of the present campaign will be discussed irt an hour s speech. Bley’s Sunday, Oct. 22 ' Mr. Classon will be in the southern end of the county, stopping at Dandois’ at 9 a.mfi Martins at 11:00, Kohlberg at 2:30 p. m , Maplewood at 5:00, and speaking at Rankin's Hall Eoreatyille, in the evening. CURES | ^While You Work I There is nothing more trying to \\$.ny woman than to have to attend gs to daily duties and at the same © time be suffering untold tortures -®, due to irregularity of the func­ tional organs. Those same duties must be a t­ tended to at any ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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