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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 March 1913

m , OCATE, MAR - • THE STURGE cm and 7 /i« A * 7AWD X t s m t t y / - ' I t a m a n -c o u ld -ru le , h is 'lo v e o f rihange w o u ld m a r ■ V /v /:/. ■■'■ .The p u rp le d ig n ity t h a t w ra p s th e h ills: ■'•..\" ' P lu c k o u t fro m th e b lu e sk y sortie per- f e c t s t a n • - ' A n d Bet i t elsew h ere, a s h is fan c y /'.'\"■v w ills ■Train th e g n a rle d a p p le -tre e \"m ore ' . ' s tr a lg h tly u p : ■ ■' L if t v io le t’s head, so lo n g a n d m eek­ ly bow ed: , \"■ ■•’ :■?/ : W ith so m e new Odor fill h e r p u rp le cup, A nd g ild th e ro sy frin g e s o f a cloud. F o r, m ark ! L a s t y e a r I lo v ed th e v io le t •best, , ' A nd tie d h e r te n d e r c o lo rs in m y h a ir • ■ T o -d ay I w e a r o n m y in c o n s ta n t \"breast A c rim so n ro se, a n d c o u n t h e r ju s t ' ■ a s fa ir. ■ . W e a re f a ith fu l. O nly God' is tru e T o hold s e c u re th e la n d m a rk s o f th e p a s t ' T o p a...

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 — 27 March 1913

THE STURGEON- BAY ADVOCATE. MARCH. 27, 1913 W e would not be lead ers if we didi not continually offer better merchandise for the Same price or equal­ ly good mer­ chandise at lower prices. Clothes COUNTY NEWS FO B E 9T V X X .£S ,'' M rs. John Stack of Appleton is visit­ ing with her sisterM ura. Fred Rather for a week or twpr George H. Jcnnerjalm is having the interior o f/liis home remodelled, the work being in the hands of Adam Dier. Tlie stork on March loth tarried a t tjiejipme of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hafe- m an long enough to leave a baby boy •with the family. Among those who have recently re­ turned from the lumber woods of Up­ per Michigan-might be mentioned Geo. Robinson and Ed. Jennerjahn. Lester Donovan is the proud posses­ sor of a motorcycle, and we presume he will make regular trips from his home in this town to the high school in the .■city when the roads are in condition Once again. , • Some alterations and improvements are being made on the Schmitz Hotel. 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 — 27 March 1913

:% M Supplement to XHjB SXTOGSiPN B^Y ADVOCATE,- wAPrff 77 1913. Trapped by Chinese Nerve In the Torrib of the idols :. By CLARISSA. MAC&IJE' i 0 .: ib .o z 'O .t: u i: u i o i i r b w : r .S' • The. second time that-Philip Newton and his young assistant 6e tfo r £ h to ! capture the junk which they lieltevfed tp be 3tehllng merchhniiise ireni thei big Shanghai whrehPuse df Gordon & Co. they set: forth up the river in a little sampan. Their stdam launch flud lrnen sunk in a previous ehcttiinter with the robbers. ■ • • They had barely launched tlidm- wilves on the river when the snmpan whs run' down in the darkness and tiiey both lost consciousness. ■ flWben Philip , opened his eyes he sthred aboiit him. Through some crev- iS4 a thin shaft of sunlight brightened the dark interior of a stone walled room. : there was U polished Boor of dark siibne, with lofty walls and ceiling of the same material. ' Here and, there, peering malevolently from deep re­ cessed niches. were ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 March 1913

THE STURGEON BAY*ADVOCATE, MARCH~27Tm3. 4 WomanFrom Deadwood The Message She Bore ' to a Rival From Her Dead Husband By ELLA HIGGINSON ■Copyright b y E lla - H igginson. - Mrs. M eredith entered Mrs. Grandon’s reception room slowly. She was pale, and there was a strained look, as of •dread, in her eyes. Mrs. Grandon advanced to m eet her w ithout cordiality. \"You m ust be the wife of my old friend Vat\"—. “His widow.\" \"Pardon me. I did not know.” “It has been a year,” said Mrs. Mere­ dith in a dull tone. She sat upon the •edge of .tiie cliair offered her. She was a commonplace woman of thirty-five. H er air was one of long repression. H er movements were aw kward and self conscious. There was an embnrrassing silence. Mrs. Meredith stared a t Mrs. Grandon w ith eyes th at seemed to burn out of :her pale face. Mrs. Grandon moved restlessly in her low 'chair and held a small screen between her face and the fire. She was annoyed to find that she whs not a t her, usual indifferent ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 April 1913

T' 14 1 VOL. 52. NO. 2 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR. LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS Break Wheel the Third lim e. '.. :Richter Bros, gasoline boat Lienor on \"Thursday afternoon bfoke. her wheel in ■the ice off the canal x^hila returning •from the fishing grounds, ' Th»3 is the third time the past ■winter\" that, the craft has suffered a 'broken wheel, which is a streak of hard lack that is difficult to equal in this particular respect. I he io a t hails' from Detroit Harbor. Old Land Mark Gone. Marinere will be interested in know- 'ing that one of the oldest and. h*st ‘ \"known land marks on the lakes lias dis­ appeared. }‘: This'w as located about two roiies -north of Wind Point lighthouse at Ra­ cine Wis., and was known to mariners ms “The Lone. Tree.” This familiar m ark was. blown down during a ■.heavy -wind storm on Easter Sunday. v . Local Owners Make Appointments The Leathern & Smith Towing and ^Wrecking Co. announce the following =appoir...

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 — 3 April 1913

OHIO AND INDIANA FLOODS STORY OF DISASTER THAT CAUSED LOSS OF 200 LIVES AT DAYTON. FIRST REPORT EXAGGERATED. THOUSANDS WITHOUT HOMES. PROPERTY LOSSES WILL AGGREGATE FULLY TWENTY MILLION DOLLAIS. INHAEl- » TANTS IN TENTS FOR SHELTER. The full extent of tlie Dayton horror became known. The dead will number about 2(H) though some of the estimates run as high as 500. The water is receding, the fires have been extinguished and the worst is over. There is comparatively little suffering, and no. destitution. Dayton, with the a's- ■sisfifWe th at isjionring in from the out: side world, is managing heroically. The property los3 will amount into the millions—$20,000,000 would be a con­ servative estimate.. Dayton’s sole danger now lies in pes­ tilence which may follow in the wake of the Hood. Don’t believe, however, because the loss of life is falling mercifully short of the first estimates, th at Dayton lias not been through a series of horrors which might well stagger any community. Th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 April 1913

THE STURGEON BAH ADVOCATE, APRIt.3 1913 WHAT*# THE USE? - BY JOSEPHINE POLLARD. W hat's the use of melancholy? ' I t is folly—let's, be jolly! , , ' S ' • Though a volley, of misfortunes rattle down, rat* tie down . ' ~ .’ ' W hat’i the u sadf magnifying . . lUs by sighing) or by crying. \\ Stead of trying to dispel the sullen frowri sullen, ' frown? i v . .. W iat’a the use of nursing trouble, V .- , - Grief to double?—leave the stubble! lif e 's a bubble th at is- broken a t a breath, a t a breath : L et us. then, pursue it lightly, - ■ A Smiling brightly, singing sprightly, . So th at nightly .we may sleep, nor dread the slum* ber we call death! v W hat’s theuse of over-rating Our.importance, and creating Irritating pains and passions in the heart, in the heart? ' . - - v \" • Since’tis better to be humble, ' F o rif wdabduld chance to stumble We’ll not grumble,, but gct.up-agnin and take another startl •. .. . W hat's the use of overhauling Ancient annalB, or recalling Scenes ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 April 1913

THE SXTOOEQg BAY APVOCATg, APRIL 3, 1913. JSntercd tn the Post-office at Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as second-class matter. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business. Manager. Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay. Wis. , RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. ■ One jfear.. .. ?.......................... .$1.50 Six months................... . . . . . . .....................75 Four m o n th s .......................... .60 ’’Two months. . . .......................... .25 Single c o p i e s . .05 Two dollars -will be charged If not paid within the year. Sturgeon Bay. AVis., April 3, 191-3. FIRST SHIPMENT OF SPAW N.. The fish hatchery located in this city made its. \\ first shipment of spawn on Monday. the consignment being sent to Algoma. It consisted of 100,000 lake trout. Up to the first of the -weefc the esti­ mated number of spawn that had been hatched aggregated 3,000,000. It is esti­ mated that this number will be increas­ ed by 4,000,000 by the time all the eggs ,are hatched. Of this amount about *500,000 wil...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 April 1913

THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE^ APRIL 3, 1913. c LQCALjTEMS. First Boat In.—F.- J . Stroll yesterday launelied his pleasure . boat Arbutus,, which maintains lier reputation of be­ ing the lirs t.out. .... • .. . - No Council M eeting—Owing to the election falling on Tuesday the regular meeting of the' council was adjourned for a couple of weeks. Marriage Licenses.—Only one m arri­ age license was issued the past , week being th at of Gutav Jadin and Ida Mal- lien, both of Brussels. Electric Storm — A lieavy electric storm passed over this region last night, during which a deluge of rain fell. This yas accompanied by hail.' - • Wi C. T. U. Meeting.—The annual meeting of the W. C. T. U, will be held Tuesday afternoon, April 8th, ‘a t 3 o'clock, at’ the home of Mrls. Albert Kalmbach.. Adopt Auto Trucks.—Scofield & Co. have added an auto truck to their de­ livery, in place of the horses th at were heretofore used. They, are agents for the truck al3o, haying already sold sev­ eral. T...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 April 1913

ff' ' ’ ' ^ ( THE STUHGEOH BAY ADVOCATE. APRIL 3, 1913, m m AK TK lt MANY 1JAVSI ■ BY EMMA ALICE BROWNS. ' .Last night 1 dreamed a heavenly dream— I thought the time had come Si drop my weary work and be Forever more a t home! A~*weeter homp. a surer rest, Than 1 have ever known ■ Where the watching and’the waiting , And the weeping were all donel ^My scattered children, once again. Were gathered a t my side— The girl I lost so long ago— - The little boy thiit died 1 And Rob and Will and Flossie. ,, All their faces seemed to me Fair with the light thatheyer yet Has shone on land or Beal ' Not grown to wayward manhood—. Not women, worn and gray— They seemed as glad and innocent As on their christening day! And Allie's eye's were like blue-bella. And Flossie's hair was gold And all were good and be lutiful And never to grow old Never to age, or change. or diel That thought was in my dream, AS I walked with them thro’ fair green fields Beside a living stream. And the heart-aches, a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 April 1913

ADVOCATE, CB, APRIL 1, 191&________ I A I _______!________^ J A* t K e b o b i k . BY JOHN O. WHITTIER ' / ' My old Wel«h ndghborover the way. . ' Crept slowly out in the sun of spring. Pashoi frbm her ears tbe locks of gray. V. And listened to hear the robinning. Her grandson, playing at marbles. stopped, And cruelln sport, as the boys will \"be. Tossed a s tone at thobirt that koppod Froin bdoghto boughdn the apptetree. \"Nay.\" said the granclhiother, '“have you. not heard. My poor, bad boy of the fiery pit, And how, drop by drop this merciful bird 'Carries the water that quenches It? . “•He brings cool dew In ids little bill. . . ^ / . And lets it fall on the soul of sin - /) Ton can see the mark on hla red breast still ’ Of fires that scorch as he drops it in. • , \"‘My poor bron buddynl my breast-burned bird, Singing so sweetly from limb, to |imb, , Very dear to the heart of tho Lord : l8ho who pities the lost like him I” ‘,‘Amenr said I to the beautiful myth ’ ‘‘Sinsr. b...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 April 1913

1 1 1 1 1 11 ♦ * » ' I I I 111 1 1 'l t Get a Healthy! [ Complexion j I Which would vou prefer—the. • pink and white akin of nu athlete —one glowing with liealtli---or one that-ahowed the disagreeable blotches, pimples, and other marks resulting from impure blood. - I t’s merely a m atterof choice, for if vou wish the former, take | Hot Springs Blood Remedy It drives all poisonous matter from the blood, enriches it and enables it to thoroughly nourish the tissues of the body. Slow anil sluggish blood is sent coursing rapidly through the veins—tills you W’itli new life and vigor. ■' \\ A Clear Healthy Skin Is the Visible Result A bottle will more than con­ vince you. $1,00 the bottle. Whatever, a good, drug store \\ | ought,to have—and-many things that other drug stores don’t keep —you’ll find nere. Come to us firstand you’ll get what you want. t$® ■HE F IR S T principle of | this store is to sell you things that are right at the price that’s right—- and your money back if y...

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 — 10 April 1913

VOL. 52. STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THURSDAY, APRIL 10. 1913. LOCAL t#GENERAL MARINE NEWS Ice/Condition In a letter: datei '-April 7th, renewin The Advocate, Gap Xightship N o. 60, a •of information: ‘ “Spring is coming no cjictiy water bein -canaba, and teams here to Stanington At. the head of Gr ported to be) wasting ter, is reported off Egg Harbor, - -All lights ion Greei 3j onGreenBay. 11 at ..Escanaba,. Mich., -his. subscription to L S. Kristiansen, of 3ds the following bit -j: pretty slow up here :g in sight from Es- I are crossing from .today.” sen bay the ice is rc- L rapidly. Open wa- little Sturgein and with ar commission No. 5. This Aay at day 'with , appare ntly no i bay have gone into Jriyal of Ann Arbor craft le ! ft the mouth‘of the igiit an I d went straight oil 1 trouble: GOODRICj I SUM1 HER SCHEDULE. ■! -Sturgeon Bay far jss- well in the sum. /mer schedul e prepai l ied by, the CSopdrich ‘ Transit Col for th fe7ensuing summer. •There willii e a boi j if. every day in th...

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 — 10 April 1913

H IE STUROEOit. SAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 10, 1913, STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Mrs. ArcJne Andrew of Superior com­ mitted BUicide by V shooting, herself in the presence of her husband and the other man. in the case, Mrs.' Edsyard 'Hoffman was elected a member of the school board at Manito­ woc over Miss Marie Rahr, and is the first woman to hold office in th at city. Oscar Nebbenes, 22 years old, ..employ­ ed in a sawmill a t Coles,' was struck by ■a piece of log which flew from a ma­ chine near where he was standing and instantly killed. Leslie, the 6-year-old son of Martin Hanson of Chippewa Falls, was thrown from a delivery wagon in which he had climbed to take a ride, fracturing his •skull and causing instant death. Burglars entered a dozen homes in Grantsburg. In three of the twelve places entered money was taken. In each of the others nothing Wa3 stolen.’ the burglars evidently making a search for money only. ' Givanno Severino, an Italian will be tried in Milwaukee for the'm nrder ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 April 1913

THKSXPRG^»B4yADVQCATB, APRIL 10, i» i£ “LLPE ECOO «HO*T.” - v 7 7 ': ' 7 ■■ ■ ■ 7 77' ..::. l if e is too shofjo waste ... In. urmvalllnmars :-.-.■. 'TOO short to sni. in bootless grief, In-coward dots and fears. 7 ' Too short to gt it up . To pleasure I to b o w One hour of git, to yield at last ''“-'Eternity of je. .Time lags not i his way. But spans oiidays in haste ■■. •• If life shouldjpt a thousand years, ’Twere stillpo short to waste. ' For, short-liveas we are, 1 Our pieasurJyet, we see, Evanish soon.hey live indeed, • . E’en shortepate than we. ' . . B ut ever witjus here ' ' r : Bide sorrovpain, and care , ' “ The shortest fee is long enough ■ Its ’looted p e f to bear. To the old tj end is nigh To the youjr fa r off it ffeems Yet neither lould dare to toy with life, Or waste 1 in' idle dreams. ' For egch Tie’s., servants wait. Though nl for servant’s wage And the sae worm nibbles the bud of . youth’ That gnajpth the root of age. Live, thereir’e, . as h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 April 1913

THE SIDE $#e#turgcM\\ gugg^votittc i. JBJatered in th e Post-office . a t . S tu rg e o n Bay, \\V1&, a s seco n d -class m a tte r. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business' Manager. . P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rsd a y a t S tu rg eo n Bay. W is. R A T E S OK S U B S C R IP T IO N . One y e a r .. . . . . . . . . . . . . , . ' . . , . . . . . . .$1.50 B is m o n th s ................. ... .75 F o u r m o n th s ................ • .50 T w o m o n th s .................... .25 S in g le c o n i e s . .......................05 Two d o lla rs w ill be c h arg ed If n o t paid w ith in the y ear. . Sturgeon Bay. Wis., April 10, 1913. THE NEW CIRCUIT JUDGE, Considering lie is only thirty-eight years of age. the-'newly elected judge comes to the bench unusually well pre- . pared for so important an o files. He has iiSd nidre tlmn ten years experience in the various'courts and has always been a good law student. Ho is thoroughly familiar with the conditions in this ju dicial circuit, having spent ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 April 1913

^ . ' t h e STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, flPHIL 10, 1913. 'V V 7\"i*^ LOCAL • iin the'vreck je& iv^ many IfetteirS and . in the ch-cuit. Mr. Graass is pleased at • WEsT ilDEAND VICINITY Dorcas Society.—Hie Dorcas society ithis' ^iudehw of frienaiy feeling and-is., ^ will jneet witli Miss Vivian Brigiiani:on! also deeply appreciative of the honof: WilHam'Betts is engaged in building a of Mr. and Mrs/Matt. Koch, who art Tuesday CVCIlingj tllfi* loth' inst. ■ f.Kflf Tiaa hpOYi nhnfArvai). tinnn Tiitn Kw'flm olir/l J ^W?.mm _t___v - —_ t ’l-imu • *•*».. i,l.... *. . . ^ ts ..u t ' e ■ ■* _ Dorcas Society.—The Dorcas' Society tiiat has been conferred upon him by the shed andl&m on his premises before he iiow- residents of Daggett, but'formerly voters, and he hopes to be able to justi- takes li ^departure for tte summer.' resided hen-. The groom is a aon of fv' their confidence in him when he as- Herman and Peter Fessi.iieh, were vis- Mr*' 0,1,1 Mls- McClennan. / V fnm-tppnHi dmT...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 April 1913

* t h e s t u r g e o n b a y a d v o c a t e , APRIL 10,^1913. ' .. ' I ^ - i TBS MOSEL M i n u s . ■ W ith r ig h t good w ill he s tr iv e s to fill. T he. p ro g ram m e o f h is d a lly d u ty f a s t e r an d m an h is w o rk m ay sqan, ' A nd-find ’no flaw to m a r Its h e a u ty . T h is h ero ’s •name, u n k n o w n to fam e, U n w rlt on s ta r r y lis ts of g lory, M s , w o rth ie r f a r th a n so m e w hose s ta r S h in es fo rth fro m fields o f b a ttle gory. W h en ta s k s a re p lan n ed he len d s a h an d To a id a n o v e r-b u rd en ed b ro th e r T h is g a lla n t k n ig h t o f to il m akes lig h t T he load th a t else m ig h t c ru sh a n ­ o th er. W ith h a n d a n £ h e a d he e a rn s h is b read , A n d ,wins a vfbrkm an's h ig h est fa v o r A t s e t o f s u n w h en w ork is done S w ee t peace g iv e re s t a s w e e te r flavor. T h e n ig h t th a t b rin g s no peace to icings, Isolds him in s o ft a n d p le a s a n t slum ■'v.. ■■...

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 — 10 April 1913

1HE STURGEON BAYADVOCATE, APRIL 10, 1913. OU* ZTATZOZTS OTXX8E TIMELY TOPICS. 0 .Starting the Team to Work. Starting the team -to work in the \"We call this land the ‘’land of the free.\" spring, after a long winters rest, is And our boasted liberty flaunt on high more of an important matter than gen - 'While countless thousands are bowing erally looked upon by the majority of ’V mxw. ^ ' ... ... . i farmera. As a general rule they lay out In-cruelesjt, serfdom beneath the sky. •. ° v „ , ■ : ■ ^altogether too much work to be aocom- AVe call .. our home, the. \"home ■ of the P^ubed .in the spring- in, so short a. time. brave,” ' , (Last fall L visited a man who was en- While In criminal cowardice man will deavoring to sell his team, and in speak- stand . (ing about what a good team he had, as- _And see his brother be bound a slave I aerted that he put in over 70 acres of ■ With no relief from his strong hand. apring crops. Now, I care not who the -And is this, then the land...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 April 1913

NOW! r Dom’t wait for th e rush, but cinler the VACUUM CLEANER at.once. .’{ I t cleans walls, flobttt, rugs,1 curtains, furniture, etc., m uch b e tte r than you can lo it yourself. I t rem oves the dust ■out of doors—not driving it from one room to another. W ALTER HOERRES, Pho nc82 „ Nyal’s Salve Heals Without a Scar! Cun you im agine anything more annoying and einbarrasing. than to think your burn, cut, or run­ ning sore is healing nicely and then have an unsightly, scar? . Take no chances—no matter wliat the cause of the wound, cut, burn, o r running sore, rem em ber that Nyal’s Salve always heals by first intention—it will \" not leave a scar. ■. ! • ISYAUS SALVE is a powerful antiseptic—it ab­ sorbs a ir” scar flesh, nourishes broken down tissue and the re­ sult is a firm, healthy, true skin. ■Wash with hot water and pure . eastile soap—apply the salve — change th e dressings twice a day and the.,wound will heal without trace of scar. Enough for the whole family— Twen...

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