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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 December 1916

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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 — 7 December 1916

: County News M A P IE W ^O I?.' . 'ktiss-Leona Schmidt • spent Thnpkdgiv, Jng tinder the parental roof. . '-jr.: T?Sschef transacted. business at In- eiitutii ou '&tturdayj Dtf. 2. .-itijnoBXKv.w*:- -••• .-■ ■■ ••â– ' • - ■ v.•. „ :■-. Miss Adela Jarchow .ifeftrit f f hlinfagiVf , big vacation at liet ho vmgm-' £ 2 k ited Jif f - bni-cnts Imre for a few dsqrs the TH E€H ILD iH I£LFA RE -Miltra Evenson, who teaches school, in Many Homes Visited and 0 Natewigzpcc, returned to Us duties on med by Visiting Nurse^H u M omhi^fterspcjidilig ' • \\v ith ii^ parents, w m sx^tella pneiison spent THE STURG m m m -vJi65t?CS ..Benefit Rsrised..n.i Thanhs-' 11110 I)ublic health is still going on. One hundred and thirty-eight homes {jiving vacation at her, home,-returning . , ,- : to on Sunjiaj^ whore - she i8 . W ymited, some-on aocoty* of attending \"high school.'• cal defects, others because of contagious attending high school. • - isasa.- j* f ^ *~s * & “«?iss5 ggg£a:t M...

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 — 14 December 1916

WRECKINGTUG FAVORITE ON THE JOB SINCE FRIDAY—BAD WEATHER DELAYS OPERATIONS. E m ’ts Bottom Is In Poor Shaped .Numerous Holes in Bottom of. Steamer * Prevents Raising—May Be Another. , Week Before Released. 'During the past week little pro­ gress has been made toward releas­ ing the beached steam er Carolina of • th e Goodrich line, which Is ashore at ^ Stopey Creek, nine miles north of the Sturgeon Bay canal. S On Thursday of last week the tugs . Meyers and Arctic and steambarge J. S. Crouse, which were driven off the Job by the SE /jale that sprung up ! during the early hours of th at morn­ ing, lay In this port all day waiting for the storm to subside. The Carolina to all appearances had : not suffered to any. perceptible ex­ te n t from the storm. . The wrecking tug Favorite was' sen t for Thursday morning and ar- . rived at the scene of the wreck on- Friday morning, when operations were again resumed. As s'oon as possible' the pumps were started again on Friday and the w ate...

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 — 14 December 1916

SHE STURGEON hours. If some of this eighth grado work could be' spread over pjirt of the first year high school, there would be more pupils go th ru than there are a t thp present time. Besides the young lads of 13 and 14 in the eighth grade would not be worked to death. '■ - Vv.- '*0 s^Sturoeoh safe advocate V ablished E very T h ursday a t Sturgeon B ay. W ls. ' ■ n tered in th e Post-offlce a t Sturgeon , Bay. W ls., a s eocond-closs m atter. BATES OP: SUBSCRIPTION: One year ................,.$1.60 S ix m onths ............ 75 F o u r m onths ..................... .60 Two m onths .............. .26 S in gle copies ................ .06 Two dollars w ill be charged If not •aid w ith in .th e year. DUDLEY S. LONG - Publisher A ddress a ll com m unications to T he S tur­ geon B ay Advocate. Sturgeon B ay, Wls, Sturgeon Bay, Wls., December 14, 1916, It is not the fellow who modestly sltB still and makes no noise who gets the political jobs. \"Door county, the tourists’ para­ dis...

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 — 14 December 1916

, / ( A. ^ 4 ' N ' f- i- ^ ' f * ’, f A v 7 ■ */ * %v{ * .t v ? V ‘ '•! \\ ' \\ -V H E sinew glistened in tl' 2 sparkling sun­ light The ^ a k e s idl novv ke.pbj'fallin {/- ^ m \\*\\|J leafless bushes. A Some/,/fell A stra ground and whiter :£m&vfe a cr \\\\MVWA ofjgle lewew. 5 Around the ^rH^. Fcjyal, Family.<p>ThereUere^ Princes sand Dut rhc ^f^^grovy■ -J/ify&z,Qj m tTe er.*U ^he woods^was^^hig pages had emptied before the throne packs w ith manydiffeW nt J&ts.of presentk A nd the Kinor ur« nr,e,n^S VlL~. k^Tr^L f' / ‘ S ~ ./ King was presehtin ien,cam e S v W * h e Prince^ and Prjh- •e rfth u ^ Fafnily ^ppeared. presents, an •: Jinglfr'g of bells w n i or» —_ / tne 'Cl#^na?\"' bells^^the...f:cindcrrs arid-up- Uidjr prdnced to. take tfidjKing to home for c u ^ ft ^ r ^ th e King w a T l i o i ^ d c ^ 0 \"Santa c W • ' / /r/* / _ |.«uu £ 5 f c *\"/'&? A p t P&tival instead of And 'nil of and thA JSSf * /'/* tU by,. *K.f ■ f N M •wwf, )Ww l I}\...

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 — 14 December 1916

WEST SIDE and VICINITY ska stobgeok JOHN THOMAS ACCIDENT VICTIM -• John Thom as of this w ard was the victim, of a m ost distressing accident two weeks ago on Monday taorning, w hile employed in a factory a t Ken osha, which resulted in the. loss of several lingers. ' John was employed by the Sim mons Mfg. Co. and was engaged in running a machine a t the time. A piece of iron broke off and dropt onto the rollers of the machine. In try­ ing to grab it his right hand got caught in the rollers and was drawn in, crushing the first four fingers into jelly as far as the second knuckle. He used his left hand to relieve the pres­ sure so th at he could release the im­ prisoned member and the third finger of this hand was also caught in the m achine and crushed, only the tip being mangled. W ith rem arkable nerve John un­ assisted went to the factory hospital, where a tem porary dressing was made, after which he wAs taken to the general city hospital. Here it was found necessary to remov...

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 — 14 December 1916

Company the firm hits issued checks ■' amountiDg to ?230/)00 to the fermers hvho reused, sugar beets during-the past • • “\"T—~ 'summer. Hie farmers of Door county Wo Hail bn Friday.— ! shared• in the division of this som of Owing to the train on the Northwes- • money, tern being four, hours behind time on: Friday. fdrenoon, there was *no mail or- Stores Will Keep Open.— , i rived here from the south on tJhttt day. I ' During the evening nfext’ wedt~ the _ 'V _ 2 • stores in the city will be kept open ev- Band Secretary. v | enings for the accommodation of the jThe Sturgeon Bay Band association) Qjrigtmas shoppers, and if these need . elected Millard .Tufts secretary to fill j any assistance in picking out^ Vrhat they the vacancy made by the disappearance [want to buy nfter looking over this is-' of John Blau. . • j sue of The Advocate they are hard to Adjourns Its Meeting.—' J please. ,The board of education adjourned its ■ • . * C. • • v . s r_ . Placed in Limbo.- meeting agai...

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 — 14 December 1916

AMONG OUR EXCHANGES - - Up to the People. fY A eomi'spondtent wants to, know if + , congress van make a thirty -minute hour. Congress win do anything, if the * people will stand for it.'—Milwaukee Sentinel. ■ « THE' STURGEON BAY -ADVOCATE,DECEMBER' 14, The Echo Answers,. Why? Still unanswered remains tlic pressing question, why our soldier Iboys are re tained in Texas,- why untold millions are being squandered there? It is high time to end. this costly faroe.—Madison Democrat. The Real Thing. ..We have heard,for many years about the “maiden speeches” of congressman, lint a t last there wil be delivered the real thing when Congresswoman Rankin of Montana is recognised by the Speak­ er of the house.—Marinette Eagle-Star. How It Works. Since the La Follcttc seamen’s bill has become a law, it is interesting to note th at the United States’ control of Pa­ cific ocean trade has dwindled to 2 per cent. Japan, however, controls 65 per cent.—Rhinelander News. Steps in Progress. The Door...

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 — 14 December 1916

I,‘ir viy? .. BUSINESS DIRECTORY ▲ Avartlaementa un der tbl* h«ad f 1 i l l w PHY SICIA N AND SURGEON. Office* ’ to M e rc h a rr E xchange B ank Building, P hone 23, , S turgeon B ay, W in . aft. t . a. nooxoi. PHY SICIAN A N D SURGEON. OU.ce* U !. M. W aahburn Co. S tore B ids., s tw ■eon B ay. w u t fi B . S O S R , IL V . \" ' : B Y B ,B A R ,N O S E aUS TH RO AT a w» , clalty, G lasses scientifically f ltte c : Office h ours 10 a m. to 6 p. m. ' the hour* by appointm ent. P hone S3. ST. K A R T 'S HOSPXTAXu « R E E N BAY. W IS. M odern In every w ay, 100 beds. B eat Service. Medl- c al an d S u rg ical C ases Accepted. R ates reasonable. »A A A w o ssm . D EN TIST. Office above B ank o f 8 a* » y e r Saw yer, W is. Phone 1611 ' ^ B A S . O. STOCKS. V ETERIN A RY -Burgeon. P hy sician am D entist. Office phone 88 residence 811. Saw yer, W Is. PEABX. FTOUDY SUBM ARINE D IV E R and w recker. All cffil* prom ptly attended to. Phone ' 3871. P. O. Box 174, S turgeon Bay T he...

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 — 14 December 1916

-Ho. THE SXURGEQH BAT ADVOCATE,DECEMBER 14, 1916. Clean Up For Christmas! If you want to enjoy your Christ­ mas in the proper spirit, you should clean up. A bath, a shave, a hair cut, a shampoo, a massage each or all of these will be quite necessary to niafce you feel at your best. Spe­ cial attention given to shampoo and massage work for ladies. Perhaps you need a good rub of Conjurske’s dandruff cure and tonic to keep the dandruff out of your hair or to stop your hair from falling out. You know where to go when you ' want service. CONJURSKE’S Barber Shop It is a little early to talk of them for next season, but nevertheless, we want you to keep us in mind when you do need them. W e can at this time, however, ex­ tend you the season’s greetings and wish you A Merry Christmas and------ Happy New Year County BAILEYS HARBOR. , Farmers’ Institute a Success. , A very successful Fanners* Institute was held at the town hall Here last Thursday and Friday Dec. 7 and . 8. A largo number o...

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 — 14 December 1916

SECTION ESTABLISHED . # 9 to 16,\"W THE 5 5th Year VOL. 55 NO. 38 -+• S t u r g e o n b a y ,* w is , T h u r s d a y . D e c e m b e r i4, 1916. S1.50 A YEAR HOW THEY CAN B E OBTAINED AT A MINIMUM COST TO THE PROPERTY OWNER. Applicable to Country Districts. 'jState : Board of H ealth F am ish es 'Method o f ^ a riffid g 8ew age and •.-. P rotecting W eils. : .. j Madison, Wip., .Dec. 11.—Health Records continue to show the danger- . bus' results of well water pollution from cesspoolB, privies and imperfect:- ly treated sewage in communities where newage is ineffectively dispos­ ed of or in communities lacking pub­ lic sewerage facilities. These means of disposal often lead to typhoid fev­ er and other enteritic diseases, and by creating insanitary conditions may be a factor in infantile paralysis and other contagious maladies. Citizens of Wisconsin may obtain from the State Board of Health (plumbing division), without cost, blueprints, specifications' and direc­ tions for the c...

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 — 14 December 1916

''JjX**'* * \" STUS&O* BAT ADVOCATEjE€lU(BER.14, 1910. OLD MINING DAYS. The discovery of gold in the .Frazer liver, and its tributaries, in British Col­ umbia, occurred in the year .1858, and among the many thousands tvI io started from Victoria to tlio land of promise was your humble, servant, Joseph Bay­ lor. Harry Clove went with me as part­ ner. It was a journey of twenty-three days from Victoria, often wading waiBt- deep in mud and slush, and crossing mountains of immense height. At last we arrived at the mines in a deplorable condition. Here we found the suffering fearful, provisions scarce, and although we lind read such glittering accounts of the mines, the gold was slow in coming. Day by day we toiled, and at the end of the first week we were not much, rich- -cr than when we arrived. The second week, however, we struck a “vein,\" and our anticipations seemed about to ” be realized. It was the last day of the sec­ ond week, and Harry and I were seated in our tent smo...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 December 1916

' ^ j 1 ^ i^ ^ g ^ K iW P E c E M B E g 14,'im. - ' ** * i ■Mi l l I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I M H H 111 I I I I M » JN making your list of Christmas remen b- rances do not forget that Plants and Cut Flowers are among those most appreciated by all. Have a fine line of blooming and decorative plants the Holiday trade consisting of Begonias Cyclemaq Preniula Jerusalem Cherries Celestial Peppers Narcissis Paper White and Chinese Lillies Cut Flowers I aim to carry an assortment of fresh stock all the time but can supply anything not in stock you may want that is in the'market promptly. Special attention given to Wedding Bou- quets and Funeral Designs. I also handle Flour, Feed, Hay, Oats, Straw, Chicken Feed and Poultry Sup­ plies* I take this opportunity of thanking my many customers for the very liberal patronage ex­ tended me during the past year and to assure you it ha’s been a p p r e c i a t e d . To all of you, and others I extend hearty Christmas Greetings. •i + : * I * An ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 December 1916

■* . ■■■ % i m & i WEST SIDE and VICINITY Lived on Farm 52 Years. John B. Hoslett, fatlier of Jos. Hos- lett, prominent Sawyer merchant, this week sold his 160 acre farm in the Town of Clay Banks to Emil Meigle. Mr. Mei- gle owns 60 acres ncross the road and will now haye an excellent farm of 180 acres. Mr. and Mrs. Hoslett started farming shortly after they were married, and have lived on th a t same farm ever since. They have reared a family of children, have seen what was • once a wilderness grow into -cities and towns nnd some of the finest farming lands of the coun­ try . They believed th a t the old farm was the best place of all so long as they were able to work it, but now th a t they are both getting old, they de­ cided it was best to sell, and will move into Sawyer where they have residence property and will spend the rest of their life in quiet and peace, enjoying th at which they w orked'so hard to gather and save. -Mr. Hoslett is 74 years old and--his wife...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 December 1916

■\" ^ r1^ .' ■ •â– ? .v . .. i ■■ \". . .^ ........ r , i, i , ,i, f ii,. »*♦!»' 111I I M M i l l I W H M 1 1I M 11 t -H-IM J* 11 H i l l I M M H I M l I t t l I I I I H II That LastI reatest happiness in life lies in the happiness we give others. Then let us make presents this year that, are worth while, a lasting monument of the occasion. Think of the real joy a Fine Watch or a beautiful piece of Jewelry would give. Our replete stock con­ sists of articles suitable for and member of the family, such as DIAMONDS CHAINS SHAVING SETS BABY CUPS AND SPOONS CLOCKS GOLD KNIVES FOUNTAIN PENS BINGS IVORY TOILET SETS SILVERWARE ROSARIES HAMILTON— -— -SOUTH BEND-— ILLINOIS WATCHES m -A sk About Out- W atch C onteatl NECKLACES BROOCHES CUFF LINKS ■ . ‘ ‘ ■■ --Vi ' :i'i '.A.'--',- • v--- . - V- - ‘ . „ ■ • v. ■ 11 l l -M I I HH 1111 1 I I 111II I II I I I I l l l l l I » I »I I I * S A W Y E R , W IS. It pleases us to please you * h i i h 11 w i i » i h i n i i i »»...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 December 1916

' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE.DECEMBER 14, 3916. W e can help you in the selection of gifts. The following are sorne of the items which you will find in our large stock, and we invite you to call at bur store before purchasings your. Xmas gifts. * Silverware Ingersoll Watches Kitchen Utensils Gasoline Lamps Razors Gasoline Sad Irons Pocket Knives Flash Lights Clocks Hand Sleds Coffee Percolators Furniture In our furniture department you will find a most complete assortment, and who does not appreciate a nice piece of furniture for Xmas. The Perry Co* Forestville, Wis. M o th e rs ! E Don’t buy your Christmas Candy anywhere else, until you have seen our line. Buying your candies from our store you treat the children to pure, fresh, home­ made candies. W e have a Special Mixed Candy at only 10c p^rlb. Other Candies from lO bup also Pure Sugar Stick Cariay and Canes. Fresh Roasted Peanuts at 10c per pound. . A fine line of Fancy Bbxes for a Xmas Gift. No. 1 SoftjShell New Mixed Nuts. J ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 December 1916

' ' \"* rn-aw e m iM M * B iV T B S STURGBOIf BAT ADTOCATE^ECEMBEK-14,1916.illV H.C.SIBREE PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over the B ank of Sturgeon Bay GENERAL PRACTICE SOLICITED ' SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SURGICAL OPERATIONS AND CORRECT FITTING OF GLASSES Office open froin 9 to 12 arid 1 to 6 o’clock Phone 150 and 150 ring 2 All charges guaranteed satisfactory Dredging, Dock Work and Boats. Fully equipped for the lighter „claet • f w ork. Eam pm ent consists of scows, dipper dreage orange peel, scrapei bucket and clam shell. For additional particulars ana term s, address CAPT- JAMES LARSON 251 H osm er St., - - M arinette. Wis WANTED! Woodsmen, Wood Choppers, Mill and Factory Men First Class Wages. Have some houses at mill where families could move right in. I. STEPHENSON CO. TRUSTEES Wells, Delta Co., Mich. ■+++■ TH E | Marik Factory will supply your wants in anything in the line of WOODEN MANUFACTURED ARTICLES. Anything and Every­ thing for the home Factory located near Shi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 December 1916

r,'' ? | f t THE STUSGEON BAY ADVOCATE,DECEMBER 14, 1916. COMMITTEE BEGINS RAILWAY INQUIRY Proposed by President to Bot- tor Condition of Carriers. MAY CHANGE PRESENT SYSTEM Official* of Roads P/epared to Advocato ■ Federal Incorporation, Supervision 'of Securities and Extension of Authority of Interstate Commerce Commission. Washington, Nov. 20.—Ten members of Congress, five Senators and five members of the House of Representa­ tives, began here today an Inquiry into the subject of public control and su­ pervision of railroads tbat may lead to tbe revolutionizing of the whole scheme of governmental regulation of the coun­ try's transportation lines. Incidentally the committee Is to look into the ques­ tion of government ownership of rail­ ways, telephone and telegraph lines and express companies. Tbe members of the committee which.will conduct this Important in­ vestigation are Senator Newlands of Nevada, chairman Senators Robinson of Arkansas, Underwood of Alabama, Cummins...

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 — 21 December 1916

^ v ' m '■■•’• ' ”• I '■ ' . . « ' . . - .. W * ! V - '\" * * - ^ y i ■ '■ ' ■■-■ ■ ' . ''/.^:vViy STURGEON BAY, WIS, '^URSDAY, DECEMBER 21, I9!6. VOL. 55 YEAR GOODRICH STEAMER CAROLINA IS STILL ON THE BEACH WHERE ■ SHE WAS PUT DEC. 3a. frospects Not Very Encouraging. H im sad firP ris on Boat Tuesday Morn­ ing N ortheast Storm Drives Wreckers to Cover Again on '• Same Afternoon. ! Another week has gone b y . and th e / Goodrich'steamer. Carolina ia still on th e bdieh, where she was p u t on the even itiffiof December 3d. W recking operations during th e past firirie been largely confined to patch? ing up th e bottom of the boat and get tin g her in readiness to pull on. In blasting the big stone out of the bottom of th e craft a hole was blown into the bottom of the boat. A com­ pound th a t w as sent from D etroit was used in making repairs to jth e ' bottom. This substance & sim itar to cement .ex­ cept th a t i t iff daim eil thaif it is more ' adhes...

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 — 21 December 1916

^Sturgeon »a$ Htoocate Published Every Thursday at' Sturgeon Bay, Wis. -•. ■tatered In the Post-offlce a t Sturgeon Bay, W la, as second*olaBS matter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One y e a r ................................ •* *lx m o n th s................................. .75 -■Four months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .............°v Two months ....................... .zb Single copies ............... - • • • Two dollars will be charged If not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG Publisher Address all communications, to The Stur­ geon Bay Advocate. Sturgeon Bay,W la Sturgeon Bay, Wis., December 21, 1916. ARE WE BLIND TO THE FUTURE? Drunk with prosperity the people have given four more years of power to the Democrats. The spree still con- . tinues, but we are already getting a glimpse of “the morning after the night . before” in the terribly high cost of liv­ ing. Millions of people whose incomes have not been fattened by war orders, or by higher wages attributable thereto, o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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