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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 November 1916

S ' \" * ' ‘ li ' ~ i r ^ ■ -I *■■■$ ..... J L ,.......... J , . . , \\ r . .-fr... y , .*. .4. v . c . , fe • ....J-.......1 . ■jmn J tin e s 5Fill. Close.— Practically all of the stores in S tu r­ geon Bay will be closed all day Thanks- feving.Cwldch isT h u rsd a y o fn e x tw ee k . fedy a few o f the' smaller confectionery j itores will probably reBpain open. Bazaar and Supper.— „ The M. E. Ladies! Aid a re having feeir afinual bazaar a t the church par-j fere this afternoon and evening. They w also serve a 35c supper, beginning 5 CK and -continuing until all are nerved. % Eractures Atm.— J a c k T ip le r . suffered a very, severe fracture of his right arm lust Saturday When he slipped on an ic y 1 spot on the felew alk and' fell.- He has his arm fe a sling und will be deprived of its use f i r some time. . . fradyM accabee Dance.— The liady Maccabees will give n dance tffc Falk’s te ll' on Friday evening, De- fembei 1. & big .tiine is being planned J tr . Speci...

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 — 23 November 1916

at*y, *T **a*fc Stay, stay at home, m y heart, and rest Home' keeping hearts are happiest F or those that wander they know not ' where . \" . Are fu ll of trouble and fu ll 6f care T o stay at home Is best. W eary and homesick and distressed, They wander east, they wander west, was the next, halt. The little town ap­ proached. As tE8 first house came into view the engine sent its shrieks of warn­ ing it grew louder-louder, v. We dashed into the street, up to the station, where a group of passengers \\vaitcd, and passed it without the halt of' an instant catching a glimpse of the appalled faces and the waiting' crowd. Then we were in the fields again. The speed now became literally breathless. The furnace glared red-hot. The heat, the velocity, the terrible nervous strain of the man beside mo seemed to weight And are baffled and beaten and blown the air. I found myself drawing long 'stertorous brcuths like one drowning.. I heaped in the coal at intervals as he bade me. I did it bec...

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 — 23 November 1916

t m STURGEON BAY ADVOCA»,NOVEMBER 23, 1919. V,! BUSINESS DIRECTORY Aa»*rtU«m*nt* under till* bead }1 a Un a a. m u m VHY8IC1ANAND8UKUEON. OfflcM In MercharVExchange BonkBulldinc, : Phone 23. . Sturgeon Bay, Win B S . * . C. IM O T O B . ' aJNO tiUxtuKt « , oxucea u Ja M. Waebburn Co. Store JBlds^ Stw «eon Se,' W«e. s . a . x o b b , k . j. ■ IB . EAR, isOSB ana THROAT *'L, cinlty. -GLasaes aclenuflcally fltteo Office hours ip a. m. to 6 p. m. ''the hours by appolntment Phone (I, 8 T .K A B I’BBOSFZTAXi. GREEN SA 1, WlE Modem In every way, 100 beds. BeBt Service. Medi­ cal and Surgical Cases Accepted. Kates reasonable. . : OB. B. A WOBBPBXu DENTIST office above Sank of Saw yer 8awyer. Wis. Phone 1611 BB. 8 . O. HU8UEB. ' i \\ VBTER1NAR1 surgeon. Physician ant Dentist office phene 188 residence 8811. Sawyer. Wta. PEABO FVBST SUBMARINE DIVER and wrecker. All calls promptly attended to. Phone 8871. P. O. Box 174. Sturgeon Bay N.M. STR A N D DOCTOR OF OPTICS S A W Y E R . W1S E ...

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 — 23 November 1916

■rtsfe*# m T p IrrirR & E orr 'm'£ * a d v o c a te ,N o v e m b e r 23, 1916. County MAPLEWOOD. • Mru Edmund Hoepphcr spent Sunday ■?nndor. the parental roof, a t Maplewood. Miss Ella Jureliow on Tuesday return­ e d from an extended visit with her sis- ter Mi's. Feld at.Shiloh. ■■ ■ © The Misses Lena Berg, Luwilla 'Jar-- chow .and .Gertrude Klumb Sundaycd with Mr. a n d Sirs. Bernhardt Feld at Shiloh. • *nic Maplewood Cheese factory contin­ ues to operate every second’day only, the amount of milk decreasing quite sud­ denly after the heavy shovvfall. The Junior basketball teanttossedballs against the Senior team on Sunday and According to report “cledned them up.” The “Big Fellows’1 are'using th at as i'Jbait^-so beware JunioFS.-wfCleah them up” but do it right and then cheer! \\ A Thanksgiving program will be given A t the Maplewood school, Disti No. 2, on \"Wednesday evening, November 29, bej ginning at 7:45' fc\\ri.‘ ,fAit’'ftife .cordially invited to come' 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 — 30 November 1916

TJie steamer Thistle, was transferred from the Allan slip to the Hart wiharf IURRICANE SIGNALS DISPLAYED. th® °£ th° —— -v . Tiho fishing tug Henry Gttst of Wash- Forthe first time in the history of ington IslaSd was a visitor at this port the local display station, hurricane sig- on Thursday of last -week. ^ w j e , ordered displayedat this port ^ t u g Indian was a visits at ------- TL. , . J S ‘ ,, , this port on Sunday-while on her way CltV TflX Is ConSidCTSblfi Higher .The hoisting of these signals created a to K^-aanee after fishing out of Green - ^OnSIPereOie WgHeT. Bay f°r eeveral wcek3 Past- ®ates in Several Wards Compared With Last Year—Big Increase in County Levy. - were. fearful that the storm wxiuld be ®ie baiB® Halstead, of the Hamilton •f a destructive character and probably .'Eransport^tion company, which is at the Wowf the city off the face of the eaxth. shipyard,'is billed for a complete rebuUd ^ aDPortioni^Ttf taxes' for ^swenng the call* for information o...

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 — 30 November 1916

THE STURGEON BAIf ADVOCATfi,NOVEMBER ’n ........... W m ^ 0tut0eoJt3 Bav advocate Iteblished Every Th'tlttiday a t \"Sturgeon \"• Bay, Wls- these counties where tlio population is not 'very large. It is these counties that are more in need of assistance than any other.' The larger counties have higher valuations and tun bettor nflord. to jiny ■ 1 \" — . —------------ wiiunuuno hiiu vmk u^.uvi uiiuiu. iw I'4*,’ ^tercd In the Post-ottae at Sturgeon for tliene improvements than the newly Bay, WJs., as sccond-cltissmatter. set tied ('ora mum i t ies. R’ATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year ............................ .91.60 Six m onths .................... .76 — ■ GO F our months Two months Single copies It is not so very long before Christ* eo inns. Everybody is now being admon* ,25 ished • to do their shopping cnrly. The postollicc department is urging the pub ngie copics ...................... .......................•05 vo posioinee departm ent is urging tne puo- » » ^ w l^ tn athe y...

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 — 30 November 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,NOVEMBER 30, 3916. Tradegies in life of Aged Monarch, Who' Has Record of longest Keign la History. :' V ' V- ’ . , The death of Francis Joseph is a re- , markable climax to the long list of trag­ edies in the Hapsburg family—a list un­ paralleled in any other reigning house in Europe. He died in the midst of the •world’s greatest war. which' he largely brought about by his determination to avenge the assassination of his heir, Arch­ duke Francis Ferdinand, as the result of mn alleged Serbian conspiracy, .while on a State visit to Bosnia on J.urie 28. 1914. Francis Joseph was' 86 years old. He .was borriNm^Aug. 18, 1830. He ascend­ ed the throne when 19 years old, upon the abdication o f: his uncle, Ferdinand 1 , on lec. 2, ’1848,' making his active reign extend over a period of- almost „ sixty-eight years, all but the first twen­ ty of which he also was apostolic king of Hungary. It is doubtful if, in all his­ tory, there has been an active, authentiÂ...

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 — 30 November 1916

THE STURGEON BAT WEST SIDE and VICINITY Christianson'-Oenes Nuptials, ) A very pretty Wedding ceremony took place at tlie Norwegian r Lutheran church «n Saturday nftenjoon when Miss Han­ nah Oenes became the bride of ■ William .Christianson. ' JThe wedding was solemnised by Rev. X. T. Rogne, and the bride and groom were attended by Miss Augusta Olson and Mr. Hnlvor Oenes and Miss Emily Oollard and Oscar ^ Christianson. The Eride was prettily attired in' white' net over messdline and carried a bouquet of rases and lilies of the vnlley. After the ceremony the: wedding par­ ty, which consisted of relatives of the contracting party and a few' intimate Triends, repaired to the home- of the tiride, where a most- sumptuous dinner was served and congratulations: showered •a the happy couple. , jThe newly weds took the afternoon train for a wedding trip of a couple of Week’s duration, during which they will visit a t Janesville and Milwaukee. On their return- home they will take up thei...

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 — 30 November 1916

THRSTDRGEOH BAY ^iBTOCBBMOVEMBEft ' EMBER 30 1«& ' * i V’ !r # \" ' ' T ptst County l ^ i d Meeting.—- 'ey \\ :*T%e first county Ward meeting was Cfild id this county on January 13, 1862. jf tth a t time it was under a commission and the three members were Daniel IL Rice, M. S. Schmitz and Albert G. War- -. Moves His Store.—. ‘ C apt S St.. Soycr, who: occupied the Feldman building for a, short time, has asoved into smaller quarters, and now fbcupics the building that was formerly northerly end the canal early T u es­ day morning: The coastguard crew tm- der Chpt. Christianson responded to her call for assistance and succeeded in re­ leasing the vessel, Which suffered no dainage^ and continued her voyage to Baileys Hhrbor, where her load ■ of freight-was discharged. T ie Culbert was in port again yesterday. The big tu g 'j. C .Ames and the tug Krna have been placed in winter quar­ ters at Green Bay. The dredging outfit of thf Grei ling Bros, has all been placed in ordinary...

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 — 30 November 1916

■HE STURGEON BAIT ADVOCAtE,WOVEMBER 30, 1916. SXbVSS THBBADB AMOSO THE GOLD Darl'ina. I nm grow in g old, S ilv er threads among' the gold, Shine upon my brow today, 7. ' L ife is fading fa st aw ay But,, m y darling, you w ill be A lw a y s young and fair to me, \"Yes! my darling, you w ill be : A lw a y s young and fa ir to me. ' W hen your hair is silv er w h ite, And your cheeks no longer b righ t ’ W ith the roses o f the May, 1 w ill k iss your lip s and sa y : ' ■O h!.m y d arling, m ine alone, ■ You have never, older grown, Y es! m y darling, m ine alone, Y ou -h ave never older grown, v Chorus: XJarlitig, ,1 am grow ing old, S ilv er threads am ong the gold, S h in e upon my brow today, L ife is fadin g fa st away. L ove can never-m oro grow old, L o ck s m ay lose th eir brown and/^old, Cheeks m ay fad e and hollow grow B u t the hearts th at love, w ill know N ever w inter's fro st and chill Sum m er w arm th is in them still, N ev er w inter’s, fro st and ch ill, S...

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 — 30 November 1916

THE STmtGEOH HIT ADVOCATE,NOVEMBER 30, I9W. BUSINESS DIRECTORY . , AaverU*«nHsnt*under th U b M d tl alia* o * . x c n o u u m PH Y SICIA N AND. SURGEON. Office* : la Merchaz**. E xchange R ank BuUdlnc. ' P hone 23. S turgeon B ay. W ie. B B . T. C. FROOSOB. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O u s M it : J* M. W ashburn Co. Store B Id g ..8 tu r (e o n B ay. Wla. ' . e . k . R o b b , m . '• BYE, EAR. NOSE aiffi THROAT » L». cialty . G lasses ■clentlflcally fitted Office ho urs 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. ^.thw h o u rs by appointm ent. Phone 63. - BY. X A BY ’8 HOSYITAX. ' G REEN BAY, W IS. M odern In every w ay, 100 beds. B est Service. Medi­ c al an d S urgical . Cases Accepted. R a te s reasonable. ' S B . B . A. W OBBPBS. D EN TIST. Office above Bank of S ai ■ ,yer Saw yer, W la P hone 1611 S B . B . C. V ETERIN A RY Surgeon, P hysician ano D entist. Office phone 888 realdenct 2811. Saw yer. W ls. PB A B S PU B SY SUBM A RINE D IV E R and w recker. All ca lls prom ptly attend ed to. Phone...

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 — 30 November 1916

t o o i a t e t o c la s s if y . Apply to H, J . HAHN. tJtys 'or B k tv ^ K p r • Sevastopol. : • . ' . , .-.w-tf. ... AliE-*-'M*jc*Uc Rantt* In excellent con- iJvCition-.Also household furniture: W ill be ew V etlt'reasonable If taken eoon. Mr*. H. R. JBKERWOdD, phono 844. ' 38-tf * fflA n a M0STGA6E SHE8JFTS SALE will U ke \" place on December (ith, 1916. a t the hour of 16 o’clock p. m.. on the Nick H orbatfarm . so called, in th e town of Jackeonport, Door county. Wis., where tho followinir personal property will ' be sold to the highest bidder, to~wlt: one 20-h p. tractioh engine and a threshing separator One w ater tank, one mower, one m anure spreader, one truck wagon, eleven cows, three horses and ether articles. Terms: Cash or good,endorsed promissory notes. 36-1 A ILE Y S [Official Publication} REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK bank, of sturgeon bay located a t Sturgeon Bay, Stato of Wisconsin- a t the close of business on tho 17th day of Nov. : 1616. pursuant to call by th e Co...

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 — 7 December 1916

M L 55 NCL37 S-TURGEONBAY W S THURSDAY DSCEMiiER 7, 1» 6. Steamer Carolina On the Beach Palatial Passenger Boat of Goodrich Transit Company Hits Reef Off Siony Creek and Is Beached. On Rocky Bottom Is In Grave Danger. Passengers and Much of Freight Saved. \"Wrecking Tugs Working On Impnrilied Steamer. Local Merchants Loss Freight. • The steamship Carolina, of the Good­ rich Transit company, is on the beach /Shout nine miles south of the Sturgeon •a y canal entrance. The - boat lies in an exposed ‘position on--a roclcy bottom, and should an eas- i fe ly stoftn.come up would soon become .tf wreck. 6 . E. storm warnings were ordered up Wednesday evening, which does not su­ gar well for the stranded boat. The Carolina hit the reef off Stony Creek, town of Clay Banks in this coun­ try, during the dense fog of Sunday sight. She had left ]tenitowoc. Sunday afternoon a t 2:30 o’ebefc-and &t A-o’clock same evening was em.thecbeitdh. A dense fog prevailed at the time, and . Capt. D. J...

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 — 7 December 1916

THE STURGEON BAT rOCATE,DECEMBKK 7,1916. S£$titr$ecm * a $ Htwocate . I ’Vbllehed Every - Thursday a t Sttfrgeon Bay, W ls. •â–  ■ Sintered in tho rost-ofllco &t Sturgeon Bay. Wls., as isecond-claSB m atter. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year . . . . . . . . . . . . v.-i. . .’...$1.60 BIx months -------- . . . . . . . .76 F our months .............. .50 Vwo months ............ .25 Single copies ... .............. .05 Two dollars Ttflll be charged if not t*!d within tho year. DtXDLEY S. I.ONG -. Publisher Address all communications to The Stur­ geon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay, Wls. — ----------- — g,-----1 . — ----- - Sturgeon Bay, Wi.y December 7, 1016. ‘ Have you purchased your Red Cross Christmas Stamps yet? Only eighteen more days before Christ- mb. Do your shopping now! SChanksgiving appears to be more a feast of the stomach than of the soul— Judging from the cartoons on the subject. High prices are creating a demand for ••-operation in the shape of municipal MBtrol of thos...

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 — 7 December 1916

THB STURGEON BAT ABVOCAXB^ECEHBEB 7 , 1916. State News in Brief f Municipal skating rinks are to be es: /tablishcd and maintained a t Neenah this •winter. ' • Infantile paralysis: claimed another victim ■when tbe fl-months’-old child of j«hn McCabe, DePere, died after being fll about three weeks. ' Sitting in a chair on. tbe rear porch of jhia home in Monroe, hia arms clutching (bundles Of groceries, Christopher Wyss, ' 58 years old, was dead for two days be­ fore his body was found. E. J. Schaefer, well known farmer in the town of Clayton,_j^re miles from Neenah, was hurled twenty-live feet by - a. premature explosion while dynamit­ ing stumps on his farm. He was rushed ' to a hospital but examination revealed nothing more than severe burns and bruises about the face and h°dy. The City Water company of Marinette In s applied to the Wisconsin railroad Commission for authority to issue $320,- •00 in bonds and $66,000 in stock for the purpose of refunding outstanding* in- debted...

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 — 7 December 1916

WEST VICINITY A Thanksgiving Treat. drug store, anriounccs another one«of Ms interest ing arid bargan sm'Ashing 1 cent sales, to start on Saturday of this week, December !, and runs for 8 days, to December 18 inclusive. Jn his large page ad, in this issue will bo found j myriads of exceptional bargains in mod The iuepibers of the German M. E. Burch bait a very enjoyable time on Thanksgiving day. As hns been their «ustom dinner , was served in the chrirdi parlors mijir the, lmppy gathering joined In Thanksgiving for the blessings of the j icinc8j toilet articles and sundries, which jycar. On',.this- occasion there was a |nro 0p muci, values and especially appro- alight change in the program. The din- jp ^ tc during We holiday season. met was served entirely by the men | - ___ _ ■ folks, and$ill that mother had to do| Tiio stork visited the Peter May home s was to sit around and be waited upon.lOI[ jfondav and left a bouncing baby boy. Mow wasn’t that delightful? Was that to gladd...

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 — 7 December 1916

JM .' 'v- V / : . . -?pie VJEwkjnr&e^ ’ 'roeetin^ of the W. C. M. . U. will be held a t the home of Mrs. Vra. Gabert.-next Tuesday, afternoon. .. Advertised tetters.— The following letters remain uncalled for at-th e local poatbffice: Joe Hall- wig, L. J. Bean, Clara Erickson, Ethel Ifabon and Mrs. Anna Myera. ^ (Locals Defeat Kewaunee.— ' The local city football team went to Kewaunee on Thursday and defeated the eleven representing that city by the More of 35 .to 0. FeW^nsane,---' According to ' County Judge Dehos (here has only been on,e case of insanity KefoTe him jjince the first week in July, th is is considered a good record. le d Cross S tam p s^ Everybbdy is urged to purchase Red IJroes Christmas stamps' for their Christ- xnas packages I t allgoeato help stamp Out that dreadjed- disease—tuberculosis. i f ffl Install Mail Boxes.— Postmaster Wagener is making ar­ ia ttgements to install mail boxes at Cderent points in the city and With th at end in view, 'has an advertise...

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 — 7 December 1916

An Important (Rapture By Svlvni.-us Cobb, Jr. I don’t wonder. (It’s a weather-beat­ en, battle-scarred veteran in the police s e r v ic e who is talking—a man of mid­ dle age, with little of external sign to •tell of the wondrous executive ability t i c mighty forces, moral and physical— th a t dwelt, within the ordinary work-o- day frame.) I don’t wonder the man •was never suspected of being shaky. I certainly1 should have missed him if the merest accident had not pointed him out to me: (He spoke of a man then recently committed to tho penitentiary of King’s county—one of the grandest locking, handsomest and most _ manly bearing men I.ever saw, a specimen of \"whoso curious *ii.d ,ounning workiuftnauip in metals stands upon the desk before m e as I write.) You will call to mind how the m er­ chants and bankers had been startled by the appearance of bank notes of largo denominations, taken a t first by the banks themselves, and afterwards found to be counterfeit. Theretofore our ...

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 — 7 December 1916

Cherry Bark Cough Syrup Contains: no habit-forming drugs or dangerous ingredients. I t is extremely pleasant, prompt and effectual. C'S'''' Standard Price O ne Bottle. This Sale T w o 4 Bottles* L A R G E R S IZ E r Standard Price This Sale One Bottle Two | Bottles* Bouquet Jeanice Talcum. - It bring3 to you the combined odor of the tube-rose, the violet, the heliotrope, the geranium, the jasmine and other choice flowers, all of which are deUcfhtfulIv blended. ■ ■ . 1 Standard Price CaT 50C Phis Sale T w ° e i Cans O A C 25c Violet Dulc^ Talcum Powder, 2 lor 26c Rexall Violet Talcum A powder that appeals to ladies and children, and especially re­ commended to gentlemen to use after shaving. I5c C an.. 2 for 16c 25c Can ................ 2 for 26c “ What Is a One-Cent Sale” ? .. It js a sale where you buy an item at the regular price—then another item of t he same hind for I c. As an illustration: The standard price of Rexall Tooth Paste is 25c. You Buy a tube at this price, and...

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 — 7 December 1916

Marine LSUBVSY. GENTrnAI. MARINE IXEBS. [Continued from First Pagol Lightships Are Withdrawn. The following have been withdrawn Within the past Week: Peshtigo reef light vessel was with­ drawn on Dee. 3 raid station marked by * larg e spar buoy colored in a similar manner and marked thus: LV.—P. North Manitou shoal light vessel was withdrawn on Dec. 5 and station marked by a large spar buoy colored in a similar manner and marked thus: LV. —M. Eleven foot shoal light vessel was withdrawn on Dec. 5 and station marked by a large spar buoy colored in a similar manner and marked thus: LV.—11. Peshtigo Reef lightship arrived here Sunday and has subsequently been plac­ ed in winter quarters at the shipyard. . North Manitou lightship arrived here T u e sd a y and will also winter at the shipyard, where she will receive on ex- Boats wero lost week paid 60 cents freight on coal on their last trips up from Cleveland and. Buffalo. Grain brought 3V2 and bids of 4c for storing purposes. v' “ Th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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