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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 October 1916

VOL. 55 NO. 31 STURGEON BAY, W IS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR Fifty-Three Lives Lost On Lakes ENTIRE CREWS OF THREE VESSELS FIND WATERY GRAVES IN LAKE ERIE DURING STORM OF , FRIDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 20. Lodal Man Lost On the Steamed Colgate. Ships and Crews Lost. Str. Merida . . . . . . • ................ ..25 Str. Jamep B. Colgate.. . . . . . •...31 Barge D. L. Filer....... . . . . 5 Str. Marshall F. B utters-.— Str. Simon J. Murphy....... ... 1 Total, live% l o s t..../ ............. ...53 'The terrible storm which sWeptover tlielakes on Friday night and Saturday Morning was especially severe on Lake Jb-ie, where several boats foundered apd ever fifty live! were lost lookout spied, the lone figure clinging to the rigging. A boat was lajinched and the skipper reseujed none too,soon as his strength was\" all but gone. Not only this but be had not been aboard the res­ cue ship five minutes before the Filer sank ont of sight. - ' . The Tempest and Interlaken arrived at Men...

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 — 26 October 1916

THE StUROEOB BAT ^tl«0C4XB.|OCT^BEK 2«, 1916. Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, WlB. . A ltered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay. W la, as second-class m atter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One y e a r ................. .................................Jl.EA Six months . ..................................... .75 Four m o n th s .............. BO Two months ................................................25 Single c o p ie s................................................05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not ytld w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG Publisher Address all communications to The Stur- *eon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay,Win. Stargeon Bay. AVIs., October 28, 1016. Wnll street. With Hughes’ rccord ag governor of New York such statements are ludicrous. The state of Maine set-a good exam pie and clcarly einpliasiezd the .trend ot public opinion at its election. The peo­ ple of that commonwealth are for pro­ tection to American industries and'stand for national honor and ...

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 — 26 October 1916

THESTURGEOH BAT ADYOCAI*. OCTOBER 26, 1916. State New? in Brief Senator La Follette has been obliged to. cancel some of Ms speaking dates on account of a cold contracted last week. He planned on speaking in Dane and other counties in the southern part of the state this week, but was obliged to cancel the engagements. George Timmers of Antigo, was killed accidentally while, hunting Tabbits. He was shot by his companion, A1 Surprise, when the two ran into a dock of rabbits. ' Both started firing as the rabbits encir cled them and Timmers dropped to the ground after the first few shots. Where The Game Goes. FARMER IS DEFENDED AS A MEN­ ACE TO THE EXISTENCE OF GAME IN THE COUNTY* Rea! Cause of Its Disappearance. Very Interestingly Told by One of'Our Sportsmen, Dr.' S. 0. Geise—Many Reasons Cited. The automobile driven by Supt. H. S Furminger of the Whiting-Plover Paper company, Stevens Point, plunged thru the bridge rail near the mill and into the Plover river. Nicholas Stepaniak was h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 October 1916

THE STURGEON B& t A2OCATX.|i fVr $' WEST SIDE .and VICINITY form er Resident Died, in Illinois. : •,r\" Mrs. D. L.‘ McLennan,. of Sawyer, re-j ocivcd word this \\vcclc: o f'th e death of Mrp. E. ..gl Campbell n t Waukegan, 111., on Monday, G&obcr 0, following an op­ eration for/jmritonitis.. Mrs. Campbell was taken sick on Thursjbw. taking to a hospital and op ratbd Upon, but passed awav the fol- eWing Monday, all efforts by the phy­ sicians being of no avail. Interm ent was made a t Waukegan, and she leaves to mourn her demise her sorrowing hus­ band, .an aged mother, of Waukegan, and two sisters and a brother, of Ziop City, TIL Residents of Sturgeon Bay and-Saw­ yer will- no doubt remember Mrs.- Camp bell as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed­ ward Brewster, for many years resi­ dents here. Her name Was Nellie, and this being-her birtliplnce, she grow into young womanhood, and was about 20 years of age when her parents left here for the Illinois city, some 12 years ago....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 October 1916

' ^ T H E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE OCTOBER 26, 1916. HaM Time BalL^-v.' : The dance given under 4’Cj,auspiteS .pf the fiyom’ariV club for the benefit of the visiting nurse was attended by about 75 couples, which, leaves only a small net profit. ' Social Party Today.— . A social is being given today at' tlie home o^.Mrs. Packard by the Congrega­ tional Ladies’ Aid. , A 15c luncheon is to be served this afternoon and all the ladies are extended a cordial invitation. * Will Give Bazaar.— The Congregational Ladies’ Aid will give their annual bazaar on Thursday and Friday,'Dee. 7 und 8. The ladies are now busy preparing for the event and hope tom akbthis one the best they have ever held.-., . Lecture Tonight.— Sturgeon- Bay people will no doubt re member Rev. ,J. S. Davis, who was for some time pastor , of the M. E. church in this city. Mr. Davis will visit us again todayV and* will give* an interesting lecture at the M. E. church tonight at 8 o’clock nising as his subject': ^‘The Can mie ...

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 — 26 October 1916

THE STURGEOH BAY ADVOCATE OCTOBER 26/1916 On “Keeping Out of War,” and “Swapping Horses,” and Things. By Porter Emerson Browne in Colliers pin You and I are American citziens. As such, it is not our right, but our duty, to vote this year for president. Whereby it were well to look over the situation, and carefully. The Democratic party and its current candidate have been in power for four years. When it came into th a t power., the United States was respected and honored by the. nations of the world. When old Uncle Sain came into meeting, the- rest of the folks sat up and took notice. He conducted himself w ith a firm, and quiet dignity. His opinions were' honored, and his sons and daugh­ ters were safe anywhere on earth. Of all world figures, he was of the strong­ est and cleaqest A wonderful, fine. old gentleman, loved and respected and admired. So was your Uncle Sam, and mine, when came into power Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic party. And then what? F iist Mexico. ,. W hat d...

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 — 26 October 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 26, i 9tf. *Mt*b of 1813. . Sate of 1914. All pen ions Interested tire hereby not­ ified thatnhe folowing tracts and lots of land remaining unredeemed in the office of the County Treasurer of Door Coun- ' ty. Wisconsin, at the Court House in the City Of Sturgebn Bay from taxes of 1913 and th at opposite the description of each tract, lot, or: parcel thereof, in the fol­ lowing list is the name of the person or persons, firms or corporations to whom it was assessed and the amount of tax­ es, charges and interest calculated to the last day of redemption due each. Now therefore unless such tracts and lots aforesaid are redeemed on or before the 19th day of H ay A. D. 1917 in pur* suance of the statutes in such cases made and provided the same will be for­ feited for such taxes, .charges and in­ terest and will be conveyed to the pur­ chaser or purchasers. Dated, October 7th, 1916. EMIL, HILLER, County Treasurer -Door County, W is­ consin. BEUgf...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 October 1916

f. 7 M* ftit THS^'STURGEok b a y ADVOCATE. OCTOBEB 26* -1916. aoR-' '*ci. f'^ , '■' r ' T ,i| - V County T v r ^ SEVASTOPOL. * Amelia Jordon yiBited w ith Mrs. Her­ man Hohlhorn the latter part of the .... week. ■' BAILEY'S HARBOR. J ir- nnil Mts, August Schafer visited Carmody of Egg Harbor was o t tlie Hcrhiaii Heihpei home last Thurs- — e I-'- - day afternoon.' Leo Jordon and Catherine Tronen, of DoPerv. visited a t the L. Jordon home among our Sunday callers, S&ude Weza transacted business at Sturgeon , Bay last Monday Mr. and airs. John Grobor of Sturgeon over Siuidav. KssUnong our. callers Tuesday. * ^ te r in o iy !jfa n y Schuyler of Stur- W hite Fiedi Bay on the loth, and had a geon Bay fjransaeted business here Sun-* very pleasant time. C a r l Christenson, a High school stu- Chas. Fclhofer, was taken to the hospi dent, spent Sunday with ‘Ins parents tnl on Friday and operated on for ap v™ . • ’■ nendicitis. here. A duck, geese a n d turkey raffle took . place...

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 — 2 November 1916

^}r P -., \\* v t'. % -.'.y*. ' * • ' NO. 32 VOL 55 STURGEON BAY,VW1S, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1916, t h e STEAMER PHILETUS SAWYER SP R & 6S $EAK WHILE BOUND UP ’LAKE VAND REACHES HAVEN 0E REFUGE. Fills and Settles on Bottom Later Wrecking Lighter Breaks Away and Goes oh B « « ^ -D iv e r Pnrdy Hurt, • S p atT o rn Ont. The steamer Phileths Sawyer, Capt. (T. landale, sprang a leak on Thursday n ig h t'an d •was obliged .to' run for the Shelter of B aileys' Harbor, w here hhe subsequently filled with w ater anil sank. T hpS aw yer stopped a t this port the the intention of ^ ih g \" in to dry dock for: a calking, but i s the'boxes were all filled Capt. liin- dale decided to make another trip rather ttian lay around fo r a week. Cohse- g e n tly he pulled out and went to Che Woygan,. Midi., where she was loaded w ith hardwood lumber for Chicago. Everything went, all right until the steamer was abreast of Jack5anport, when it was noticed ' t h a t ' l e a k ­ ing qiuite freely. Ca...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 November 1916

ifeSturoeon »ai Hbvocate Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, \"Wla, ■ Watered In the Bost-offlco at Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as Second-class matter. HATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: t n One yenr ................ U-jjO Six m o n th s.................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Four m o n th s ........... , .0 0 •Two months .......... *6 flinjrlc copies *uo Two dollars w ill he charged If not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG Publisher Address all communications to The Stur­ geon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay.W ls. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 2, 1010, 3 . The American. people were bitterly opposed V butting in. -, 4. Congress wouldn’t stand for a war. 5. I t would have required two years'for the United States to get on a war footing,. mmm O Pooh Broa HUQHE3 AND FAIRBANKS. \"•AMERICA FIRST AND EFFICIENT.\" • —Charles E. Hughes. Ileiiry Gochems, former Sturgeon Bay bov and leader in the Progressive rankB of \"the state for the past- twenty years, created somewhat of a sensation within...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 November 1916

th e stu rgeon bay JM ociSO L nojwssibkr$ mi& State New? in Brief Joseph Hoye, aged 40^ 'while riding a bicycle a t Eau Claire* was struck and Instantly killed by an automobile driven by Miss Marion Thompson: v- Word received a t Sheboygan says that ilugust Eastner, 28, son of Mrs. Adam Kastner of Sheboygan, and a lieutenant in the United States army in Hayti, was killed a t the battle of San Domingo. , . Backing an automobile up to the Tear «f the food store of H. S. Porter a t Biir- aboo, burglars ransacked the office and earned- off the safe. I t contained nothr •i»g but papers. They overlooked about 4200 in the desk. ■■ Earl Digman, aged 35, agent for the Standard Oil company at Plainfield, was tilled in his own bam by the kick of his horse. His bead was crushed. He was found by his wife and died just after being carried into the house. Roy Handler, 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Handler of Neenah, is critically ill at the Theda Clark hospi­ ta l here with lockj...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 November 1916

x ir a s x tm o K O H WEST SIDE and VICINITY PROVES HIMSELF HERO. J ^ n portion of lusjWqrJfc Is on th a t ■ ' * i p« 'J .MniTt«AA n f f«iiijv. Atwl '-{♦ m ill Vin inA fn. AdAnArni/iAl flfl side- and it, will be more- economical as .well''as convenient to have rooms there. Ho will be located in tlie Graef building John Swenson, hermit and recluse of th e town1 of Stnrgcon B ay,'is ho more, having passed away on Thursday night of last week. ' ’ ! when the change is made. Little is known of the man outside of 'Frank' Reynard on Monday took his the fact •that he was about 80 years old departure for Milwaukee, whither he and e,ime.to this country from Norway g0CSt. to finish the painting job ho has about thirty'-fivc years ago, locating in on the steamer Rufus Eanucy, which is Clay Banks,.where he lived for a number roneivjng the finishing toufches on her of years- and then moved to Sturgeon . robuiUl in th at rifv, - He lias a couple Bay town. Here he lived by himself of wx.(.ks...

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 — 2 November 1916

l - ^ 7 - ' * . ' THC SItntGXON BAY A^VQCATE. NO t & V k A ^ ' . * *V * he Lady Maccabee lodj^s will give a TJmntagiving dance on Friday evening Mecmber 1, and'Siiyife everyone to a t­ tend. % ‘ ••\"' v' '\" \" '^ '■’ library Will Close— . rThe library will close a t eiglit o’clock •ttiiiing the evenings of the entertain? ■tents given \"by the 'WTo'man’s club, the ira t being November 0. Regular Meeting.— The Woman’s club will hold tteuv reg­ ular meeting on Friday afternoon, df this week, at 2:30.: o’clock. All mem\" hers are surged to be present. Infantile Paralysip in County.— There is reported'to.be another case •fv infantile paralysis in the town of Brussels, this being the fifth since the introduction of the disease last sum iier. A- ease is also reported from Elli­ son Bay. ' Rummage Sale a Success.— The rumriiage sale which the ladies of tie Moravian ehurch carried ion in the WoU building the pant couple\"' o f weeks' was quite a success, the society clearing . so...

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 — 2 November 1916

SHOVxr.n»o snow . A bountiful snowfall over night. And street and • sidewalk ore blocked with white— And, piled ly many a sturdy hand. The sound of tho shovel is heard In the land. • . Ah, hapless delveis. who rise at six To excavate for the buried bricks. Alas, the labors of shovel and sp'de On all the railroads that ever were . made Can never bejjin witli the toilsome 'woe Of muscle wasted shoveling snow And wlien all tho winter’s task Is O’er The world is the same as It was before. Irt:all other diggings under tho sun There is something gained by the labor - done— A Well, a highway, a grave, or a ditch, Canal or garden, no matter which. But what is there ilpft to save or show Of a winter’s labor in shoveling snow? Ah, struggle^.for triumph that never Is won! 'X'/ What does It come to when all is done? T o rafter the toil has blistered his '' palms, X And strained his shoulders and lamed his arras,. He has cleared with Infinite toil and pain A place, for the snow to fall again. T...

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 — 2 November 1916

T tU I of 1913. . - Bat* of 1914. .'411 persons Interested. are hereby n o £ tfled th at the f olowlng tracts and lot* of laad roiwalnlny n&redeemed ln th s 1 office o f - the County Treasurer o f Door Conn* ty , W isconsin/,at th e Court H oubo in the 51ty o f S turgeon B ay from taxe* o f 1913 andth atop p O B itethedeaerip aon o fea o h tract, J o t, or parcel thereof, In the-fol- low ing lis t Is the name o f th e person oi perso&e. Arms or-corporations to w h o m I t w as aasessed and the amount- o f tax­ e s, charges and - Interest calcu lated . to the la st day o f redemption due each. N ow therefo re un less such, tracts and lo ts aforesaid are redeem ed on o r before th e 19th day of M ay A. P . 1917 In p u r­ suance of th e sta tu te s In • su ch cases m ade ahd provided th e sam e w ill be fo r­ feited fo r such taxes, ch arg es apd to? 'fefest-& nd w ill be conveyed to the. p u r­ c h a se r o r purchasers. Dated, October 7th, 1916. E M IL M ILLER, C oun...

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 — 2 November 1916

-=*» -* *'*.'£■•% tf'v\"v '- S , V * M ’*j - - , o ra o r MOV u n u ksbobb. The patter of feet was on the stair, fore A face peered in a t the half-closed door, And a child ’ sobbed out—\"Sir, Mother said , - , I should come and tell you, th at Dan is dead. “I feel iiappy.' Everything is so beau tffhl tonight,” replied -the girl, dreamily, As” Om'*EdU6r'turned to : I to .W u m „ “Y «f chair. ’ the sky, the sun, the flowers, and—you And said—for Weary the day had been— Lorraine, ! don’t want to go home.’’ “Don’t let another intruder' in.\" . Ho drew closer and'again his eyes - V sought licrs, with the subtle, indefinable But scarce had he uttered the words, be- magnetism in their depths which caused fn™ the color to stir so uneasily in her cheek. * Vitek, we must go home,J she said, nervously. “Come, then let me lift you down.” “No, Hex plfease don’t,” she said, startled., ■‘Why not?” lie whispered. And lift ing her in his arms, he held her close, strange an(i kissed her. -T...

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 — 2 November 1916

MBER Jarm taritam nd ^crme £aine the summer, came . the autumn, :. W ith its hoar frost .and Its rain. Passed the cold and snowy winter— ': . Th^n ’twas springtime once again. In the. springtime came my lover, ?' Tall and handsome, but not vain Came in springtime with the flowers—• le n came summer once again. Summer, with its buds and blossoms, 1 And its fields’ of golden grain But the days went all too quickly— - It was autumn once again. Came the soft and bright November, Spite the hoar frost and the rain Pledged we love before the altar— Then \"twas winter once again. ’Mid the soft white snows of winter. Passed we gayly o'er the main ' \\ ■ Reached the far-oli land with flowers— Then came springtime once again. Oh, the blue, the blue-skied April, W ith Its warm and rushing rain .. Then came May and apple blossoms— ' It was summer once again. ' Summer here in grand'old Florence, 'Hid its fields of'golden grain But the light-had fled the sunshine— Then caine autumn oi\\ce again...

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 — 2 November 1916

.V . \" Sf m ' &S ■ XWSf 'STURGEOfl BAY 1AY ADVOCAXB/NOjVEMBEgi, 191S. j ^ - . ' - ' ^ ^ ^ ^ *' County BAEL^yS Hay :\\Â¥ . II. Jcnucrjahn. ot Sturgcon traqsarieil business here Saturday, i j ^ y i Vorons of Fish Crock transacted business here last .Thursday A nefng new, a c te d a s an incentive to th e : crowd.-\" •.. iiJr. T . Collins o f Sturgeon B ay w as in ib|rh Monday for the-purpose ofm ovin g llie remainder of fit's household goods. Mr. Collins is employed on th e Binney farm,-. - . I . , Thc?f clativcs of Mrs. F. C. Blakefleld ‘ormedtti'surprise on her la s t Friday h fj doriioon, it being her birthday. A fter ■-■Mrs. Ncliie Roberts i s , visiting w it|i 'partaking of a sumptous- repast they relatives, at the county seat at presents ‘ journeyed to their hoMek wishing Mrs. B. Elfci ion onlv a short distanep-away J many returns of tfo$%y* Those in at- AU 'excitement* iuul nnxietv will* then be ■ tendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry a t an end. ! .Schuyler, Mr. and M...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 November 1916

V GL 55 NO. 33 STURGEON BAY, WIS , THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1916. Philetus Sawyer Is Released. The sttoiner Philetus Sawyer, which wynk in Baileys.Harbor la st week, was raised on Friday. A fter the- diver had patched up some • f the openings the big twelve-inch pump of) Leathern l& ,-iSmith Rowing and W recking company drew the w ater • u t of h er and die came off the. bottom. The wreck was then ta k e n in tow by th e tu g .Jo h n Hnnsader, Capt. Albert Anderson, and brought to this port. The to g Satisfaction of Menominee assisted, tailing the disabled craft up the lake. The Sawyer was taken to the shipyard «f Bieboidt & W olter, where the hard- 'WboA ldiptjer th a t still remained on fief ^wiSs'imdaded onto the dock, a crew of men being employed all day Sunday and u ntil noon on Monday before this job was completed. She was p u t on the boxes the same af ieraoon, where the craft is to be jgiycn a thoro .rebuild. Some of the planking was stove in, the spar torn ^o u t and ...

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 — 9 November 1916

3 £ $ t u r i e 0 n X S V H fcW O C R te pioneers bought cheaper—but they didn’t ■ ~ — ••— • . have the money-with which to buy. P ublished E very T hursday a t : Sturgeon ■ B ay, Wla. - : ■ Intered in the POBt-ofllce a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls., a s second-class m atter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: O ne y e a r ......... .......... $1.50 8 lx m onths . . .......... . . . ............. .76 F o u r m onths .................................. 60 T w o m onths ................ 26 81ngle copies .L .................. .06 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin th e year. The election of Democrats to local of­ fices because of their personal populari­ ty and the good-haturedness and mag­ nanim ity of the Republicans.iswlm-t lias disrupted the Republican party. The \"good fellows”/make it a point to build up their own political party .at the ex­ pense of their benefactors. • D UDLEY S. LONG - P ublisher A ddress all com m unications to The S tu r­ geon B ay Advocate, Sturgeon B a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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