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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 October 1912

THE STPBGEOR PAY ADVOCAXE,0CT0BER 24, m 2 . —ryt,— \"77—:—~ r — ... 11 ■- FRANK LONG,' Editor and Proprietor. Sturgeon *Bay, Wis., October24, 1012 LOCAL ITEMS. The Woman’s Missionary Society of the Congregational church will meet at Mrs. Geo. Washburn’s Tuesday, October : 29, at 3 o’clock, ’ Marriage Licenses.:—Geo/ge Sadler and Maretta Hocks, Jacksonport Otto Voeks and Ella Henschell, Sevastopol Arthur : Baumann and Mattie Borck, Foreat- vilje. • Letter List.—Harry Allen, Eniery . Bondville, Willie' Cardinal, Mrs. Guy Cufler, Elfa Dufresne, Mrs. Walter Green, Hannah Halverson, Mrs. D. Meier, Hattie iPoehter, Henry A. Smith. Broken Lights.—The, high winds of the past few days has played havoc with the tungsten lights in the. arches that ' span the streets, a large number of in- candescents having be’eri broken by the ' shaking, to which they had been sub­ jected. More Sain.—This regign . was again Visited by a drenching rain that*pre- . vailed from early Monday morning un­ til ....

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 — 24 October 1912

THE STtJRG&Oft S A Y ADVOCATE, (ICTpBER 24, 1912. tC ?octrii,. THS PABTXZTO aOUB. B u t does not hope h er rainbow Spread ‘A cross h er cloudy fears? A las! the m other who rem ains, W hat com fort can she find B u t this—the gone is happier , - Than the ones she leaves behind? ' T here's som ething in the parting- hour . W ill chill the w arm est heart— . Y et kindred, com rades, lovers, friends, Are fated all to part B ut this I ’ve seen— and many a pang H as pressed It in m f mind— The one who goes is happier T han-those he leaves behind. No m a tte r w hat the jo u r n e y ^ be-— . Adventurous, dangerous, Tar, To the wild deep or black frontier, To so litud e'o r w ar— . ' Still something cheers the heart that dares , In all of humankind, And they who go are happier Than those they leave 'behind,', The bride goes to her husband's ..home W ith doubtlngs and w ith tears, HiiVe you a friend—a com rade dear— - An' old and valued friend? ' :: ’ Be sure your te rm ’o f sw eet conc...

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 — 24 October 1912

STURGEON 1 i ^ s ■“ t r * - ' * X ' t * \\% i ' * “ ’ AOVOCATE, OCTOBER 24, 1912. “ ■ INDIAN STOKES.'' ' ■ I n th e w ild ,, b a r b a r i c o p u le n c e O f c r im s o n , g r e e n a n d gold,' • T h e la n d s c a p e g l i tt e r s , f a r a n d .n e a r — . T h e h a z y h e i g h t s a r e ro lle d I n s h i n in g v a p o r s , s o f t l y t r a i l e d A lo n g , th e r e e d y r i l l s , .' - :J W h e r e I n d i a n S u m m e r fla r e s h e r to r c h A m o n g t h e s m o k y h ills . _• . ■■■, S w e e t w o o d la n d la d y e ! w h W no\" m o re . T h e s w a llo w s h a u n t t h e e a v e s — - . =, W h e n a l l t h e w in d y th r e s h i n g flo o rs .. A r e h e a p t w i t h y e llo w s h e a v e s — W h e n A u tu m p lie s w i t h f o ld e d h a n d s B e n e a th t h e f a d in g b o u g h s . T h e w h ite - p h y l a c te r y o f t h e f r o s t- A b o u t h e r s o le m n b r o w s : : S w e e t w r a i th o f s u m m e r , f r o m t h e r 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 — 24 October 1912

ir a t? C T n D M r n t t « » ih w A P A T V n p T n a i m . J . . 1 1 * TH E SXflHGEON BA Y ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 24, 1912,, W M f f l . , . , , , . r„ , ,„v, w . ^ 4 r ,v . - --' • t i l e a n d all-around dispenser of keen phildsopli^ an J ‘? practical truths, as he finds them, has arrived in town an d T slid w took ^ among our local merchants to find the best trading places. V * y' ,. \\f p 'u r? -■-■»,, ■ T J. will make his headquarter^ $t our affipe.. Watch for his Wise* ta|ksyin our lbcal papers. - m SAWYER, WIS. COUNTY^ NEWS. : ■ S e v a s t o p o l . The W . C. T. U.. w ill meet a t the home o f/M rs. l’hilip Scholl next W ednesday aftern o o n . All invited to attend. , •'..■Mr.- and'-M rs. . W illiam Bassford last wepk removed back to the .city from their1: farm which w as form erly the prop- ferty./of the, lute W illiam Lau, and th ey will , rem ain, there until spring, if not for longer. F rank F reir is the owner of a freak in the' shape of a horse th a t has ...

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 — 31 October 1912

VOL. 51. NO. 32. STURGEON BAY,. WI^. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1912. $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL/GENERAL MARINE NEWS is expected to have ‘the structure under' roof, after . which the problem w ill be practically solved. It is hoped to g et PERSONALS. H I AETD A B O U N D CHICAG O. [Special Correspondence] • v The Greiling Bro3. big new di'edge D e­ fiance is still busy at work a t Luding- (ton, where the government is improving navigation. \" - The steamer Kalamazoo, ^ which has been in ordinary at Manistee, Mich., for 3ome years, is 1 being wrecked for the m etal that is in her, and the hulk will probably be abandoned. . ' - The- tug Pennsylvania, owned by the Great Lakes, recently towed the hull of the old tug Peerless from Cleveland to th is port, where the latest and most im­ proved machinery will be installed. The tu g Mollie Spencer w ill be stationed at Milwaukee, after receiving a general overhauling. The old steamer John Sterling, form - erjy the Vanderbilt, lias been pumped canal las...

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 — 31 October 1912

EX-GOVERNOR W. V. HOARD SCORES SOCIALISM. ■proportion Socialism, ns 1 see it ami as expounded by most, of its theorists, is. 'I belicS'e. a dangerous doctrine for the American farmer, writes Kx-Governor Hoard of Fort Atkinson in th e'S en tin el of Tues­ day. It mens the destruction of former individuality and independence, his' con­ trol over his own fortune and properly. It enters into the minor details of his life, socially and vocationally subjects him to the interference of the state as to the conduct of his' business to*an extent never dreamed of by the founders of oiir government.. It seeks justification for this interference, under the assump­ tion that there is an undue amount of evil and hardship in the relation of men. This, may be admitted with the obser­ vation that soaialism will not ehnnge hn- man nature. A change of system will,bring its own evils just as hard or harder to bear. Our present arrangement1 of community life and government has a t least this advant...

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 — 31 October 1912

o in w O T r t f n o n . Roble’s happy there he .stan ds ' K nec-d eep ln the clover One shoe off, and one shoe on— ■ Precious little Yover. . / “Come be dressed, tpy bonnie man, Roble's play Is over.\" . H ere 1's Roble’s ta rta n plaid, Made In la te st faslon . . P laited kilt, w ith buckles bright, J u s t to p u t the dash on. Ah! he m akes the a ir resound Roble'S’ln a passion. •What to him are b elt and plaid? W h at are fashion's phases? • W h a t are p allo r com plim ents? W h at the people’s praises? :■ •• -: . Robie has fo r guests to-day “B utter-cups and daisies.” ■ F roggy’s voice he loves to hear, in the m arshlng croaking: Arid to catch the \"funny bird,” ■ N ever m inds a soaking. Diving under sticks and stones-^. - . ■ , . Isn ’t he provoking? W hen he should.be m other’s m an, « D ressed up in .h ls plaidee, W ith a speech for company, And a kiss fo r daddie, : H e is roam ing through1 the fields W illfu l.little laddie. Ah, sw eet m other, fa ir and k...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 October 1912

I \" f t : THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, tfCTOlBER 3 l“ r tl2 .\"’ ‘ ' ' * ^ lic S tw r tto n g a u f t o c i i t r ^ t S c S t . ^ S - : : ° v V : y / ,: .. . - bf, ft great campaign a vord of truth re-. -..\"•â–  - ' ■ . spectlng a candidate of the- opposition Entered in the Post-office- at Sturgeon may \"he ventured with the consciousness . Bay, Wls„ as second-class matter. thht history fully w ill give its warrant ' ... . - ' .... ■ ■ ■■ ------^ / fni- thnt word.—Madison Democrat. PRANK “LONG. E ditor and Proprietor. POLITICAL NOTES. Published Every ^Thursday at Sturgeon ^ ^ Wagencr spofcc «t B ai^ ys Har- —- ........— -------- W on Thursday\" evening and Sister RATES erp 'SUBSCRIPTION. Bay on Friday of last week, .discussing One y e a r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............,$1 .5 0 tlic state and national issues, in the ' Pournm5nths: I!'! f / i'll 11-11111'l Tl IC . iso present campaign: He will speak at Two m onths...-........ -95 Fish Creek this (Thursday) ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 October 1912

THE SXHBGEOH BAT ^ O W T E , 0 C T ^ H 31, iS li ' FRAN K LONG, E d itor /and Proprietor. Sturgeon B ay, \\Vi8., October in , j i i '2 LOCAL ITEMS. • M arriage Licenses.—F ran k Rousmanu aiR l'Lorara B erafB russels Eugene Cois m an and G etovieve M allien, Brussels. A dvertised L etter L is t—M rs. 'E tliel 'AdaiiiSwCnqit.' H. M, Boyce, H attie Car- n e ig li/M rs. M. Gilm ore,, p . Leonhard, Jnroes X ugent, John R attison, Chris. Sjjrtili. W om ans Suffrage M eeting.—The W om­ ans Suffrage Association, will hold?'a reg ­ ula r m eeting S aturday, Nov. 2,a t 3 g. m , in th e library com m ittee room. All mem­ bers are urged to bo present. N ew spaper M an Dies.—F rancis Tray- er, editor of the Menominee H erald, Leader, passed aw ay a t his home in th a t city la st S aturday night, d e a th \" being attrib u ted to gangrene of th e lungs. He w as about 40 years old, and a native of . O ntario. H e is survived by a fam ily. W om ans Suffrage M eeting.—The m eet­ ing a t the ope...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 October 1912

* y? I 8 £ STUfeGEOK BAV ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 31, 1912. OBAHDPA'B PET. W hen sunshine lifts the drow sy lids of morn And earth aw akes, ! Sweet as the lark my little grandchild’s voice ’ . \\ , The silence breaks. H is gladsom e face reflects the. rosy tin t Of sum m er skies, And ever from his p rattlin g Ups there comes / Some sw eet surprise. As flowers unfold their petals to the a ir And scent the earth, So buds and blossoms forth his baby life • In fragm ent mirth. H e d rains the nectar from life’s chalice • sw eet „' v o r childhood's years, And recks not of• the vexing cares un- born,.. ■ . Of griefs and tears. Thus day b y . daj he b rig htens all the hours . , And rom ps.and plays— A pcttefl idol throned In loving hearts: • / By w inning w ays. ‘ \" . W ith laughing eyes he shakes his golden curls / , So charm ing.an d cute, • You faln condone the mischle'f th a t he ■ does By keeping mute. And though\"the past w ith all. its garr heredi y ears Scarce counts him three, I...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 October 1912

■ '• ' r -\" T H £ STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 31, 1912: ' r-T -r ■ V: . ' ■ . 1 . ,^. . .,. „Tr\\r.,.,r,^ ..,,— l .^ .. — i -\"■ ■ , ■' 7-r, k& ^avm/ ^iwrtcn and gome.* THE M U M B ’S HAPPY HOHE. “Ah, y e s you m a y w ell s a y th a t, m y old i. . '..friend' :'--\"..'. - y'. 'T la m an y a y ear,' I t is tru e , S in ce y o u -an d X, w ith b u t little to, spend. B u t hoping, b e tim es, o u r fo rtu n e s to- m end, ■' S a ile d o v e r th e s e a , s o b o n n y a n d filins 1 ' And* lie l e f t th e o ld w o r ld f o r th e ’ n e w . ‘[And. w e w e r e b u t l a d s w h e n w e l e f t th e .... o ld Isle , B u t th e h e a rt b e a t s tro n g In each ' b re a s t: •And w e b ad e fa re w e ll W ith a te a r a n d a , sm ile. . ■ : -. A nd w e ag re e d to r e t u r n ,.a f te r ro am in g aw h ile * F o r little ca re d we, i t m u s t be con­ fessed , T o a y e m ake o u r hom e in th e W est. “ B u t h e re w e a re s till, a n d fo rty y e a rs ...

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 — 31 October 1912

**' \" , THE S1UEGE0N Ba y ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 31, 1912. ' ' ’ , mm ■ I 2 2 , 1912 SAWYER.' w is Fifth Monthy y R Weleotne to Our City! Make Our Towii Your Town- Two of the Greatest ain Days tbl Season Hot lunch will be served in 'the Falk & Buchan Building on both days at from 11 a. m! to 1 p. ni Free Dance at the Opera House on Friday Evening. ■ - ^ m u s k : b y h o p p i -’s f u l l b a n d d u r i n g b o t h d a y s a n d e v e n i n g s During Saturday, both day and evening, will be delivered at the Sawyer Opera House by Cong. Irvir g Lenroot on State and National Issues from a REPUBLICAN Standpoint. jj Cong. Thos. Konop on DEMOCRATIC State and National Issues. M Hehry F. Cochems on PROGRESSIVE Issues from \"BULL MOOSE\" standpoint. Cllf. ./ Zimmers will speak on COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT^ CjJ. L Sizer oh Government by Administration*. WRaloh Korngolci the reaspn SOCIALISM is coming. Mr. Korngold will address the voters on FRIDAY. ’ , mtn ore among the ablest and most not,*...

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 November 1912

VOL. 51. NO. 33 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. J9I2. $1-50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS Purchase the Schooner Adriatic. The Leathern & .Smith Stone Co. have within the week closed a deal for the ■ purchase of the schooner Adriatic from M. A. Bradley of Cleveland. The. draft lias been laying a t Manitowoc for sev- eral seasons past. She will be brought here this fall where she \\trill undergo an overhauling and remodelling to be put in the .stone carrying trade, it being the intention of the new owneri to use ' her for transporting the product from .the crushing plant. A traveling derrick will be put on the craft arid the stone ■unloaded with a clam shell, the cargo being carried in the hold, which will be arranged for the purpose. The Adriatic is of 915 gross tons, - 202 feet long and 35 feet in width. The same company that sold the Adri- _ atip are the ow ners of the steamer Rufus P. Ranney, which is also at Manitowoc not having been, in commission-for sev­...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 November 1912

'• :-v-\\ . ' ILcslie'-s.Wcefcly.) WHO ABE RESPONSIBLE? Our leaders of finance niiji industry are spending millions for fads and philan- 7 thropies. They are making 110 effort to combat socialistic tendencies that threat­ en a revolution unless:..Buppressed. ' I t is true tlmt a few of our bolder ■ advocates: and thinkers, like Senator Hoot, Chancellor Day, ex-Governor Black, l’aiil D. Cravath and dames M. Beck, have spoken plninly .in public on this subject but -the tide is unrestrained .and'the current still running ngain3t the railroads, established industries and men ot wealth. There seems to be 110 end to the proposition for oppressive ami ex­ perimental legislation,\" some of them most radical an indefensible, The cause is-not far to seek.. Every,- body knows it.' The strength, of the revolutionary movement comes from its support and advocacy by a few influentialnewspapers and magazines. Only , a few—by no means the majority—of the popular pub­ lications are in line-with ...

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 — 7 November 1912

THIS S T n S S te^ BAY AJJVOCATE, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. THE •WITTY PKXnOSOPHmt. ' not tr u s t h is eyes,- The very e a rth he w alked on, the men, the trees, and a ll . H e though t w ere blit ideas w ithin one's • : cranium w all • .'• • '.. And everything like substance, how ever c . fa ir th e show, - H e set down a s a \"concept,” w hich from ' th e brain m ight grow .- : - B u t when he called his servant, to.b ring \" - his horse—alas! T h e 'serv an t b rought before him -a w ret- p-p check lim ping ass! . ■ \"-W hereat the high-philbsopher th e reason w ished to know ' , ’Wliy:he1 a low-born servant, should, dare to tre a t him so, ' ' “You had no horse, my m aster—-the • thing you--thought a horse- / \"Was nothing b u t an im age, born in your • mind, of course,” • Thus answ ered him the,:serv ant w here­ a t the sago replied: “Y ou're rig h t my fa ith fu l fellow,\" and whipped him on the side— iw orW ng't& insei W s'oiit,tiW dtni»sfc sucH Jd e n ly in 1358.4 w ild A...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 November 1912

E ntered .in th e Post-ofllce a t Sturgeon Say*. Wis.? a s second-class xnattfi* PR A N K 1 LONG, E d ito r and 'Proprietor. Published E v e ry T hursday , a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. RATES OF SU BSCRIPTIO N, v O ne y e a r . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . $1.50 Six m o n th s ................... .75 F o u r m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . . ................................50 T w o m onths ...... . . . . . . v ...................21 Single copies ........ , / .............i . .05 Two dollars will be charged if not paid w ithin the year. , / Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 7, If) 12 1 F A IR ASSOCIATION. As the board of supervisors of ^ the county will soon be in session-it may riot be amiss to call their attention to the condition of the finances of the Door County Fair Association, that they may think the matter over carefully and de­ termine for themselves what course\" to pursue in the matter of extending to the organization financial assistance. But better still, it w ill enable those ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 November 1912

[F R A N K . LO NG , E d ito r a n d iP ro p rie td r. 3turgeon- Bay,' Wis., ..November 7,' 1912 LOCAL ITEMS. Dorcas Society,—The Dorcas Society yill meet w ith Miss M argaret Reynolds on F Tuesday next, November 12. ' . le tte r , lis t.—Following letters, remain uncalled for in the Sturgeon Bay post- Offlce: Mrs. Art. C. .Bazlin, H arry L. Curry, Nina Sanderson. . S ta rt Picking Peas.—Teweles & Bran- deis on Monday began picking peas in their new rooms a t the warehouse. They have sixteen girls employed, who .will h'* - busy for_ several months. , • \" / ' .. Thanksgiving^—Thursday, Novi 28th, has been designated as a day of National Thanksgiving, and the occasion will un­ doubtedly be oberved in the length and breadth of the. land wherever Americans . abide. / County Board.—The county board will meet in/annual session a t the court house next Tuesday morning, a t 10 a. m., and those-having business before th a t body will take due notice and govern them- _selve3 accordingly...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 November 1912

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 7, 1012. r o B T u n ’B n s L i ) . M e w h o grum bles a ll th e tim e, ’•W ho w ill m ake no stro n g endeavor, • O’er life 's o b sta cles to clim b.. \"And .rem ains an Idler ever, N ever on h is b r o w .sh a ll w ear • Forlune'a la u rels rich and fair. \"W hat am 1?\" T h us does he sigh , \"W hat am I? L on g I’ve been hoping I m igh t catch lu ck p assin g by.” Ah, deceived m an! lazy moping C atches n o th in g fit to-ow n— T h a t Is ca u g h t b y work alone. ' Th' ea g le soaring in the sky .F a r aw ay from earth's dominion. B raves the sun w ith stea d y eye, Borne on .ever active pinion: r Once his w in g s are closed In rest to o w a h e 'fa lls to entth ’s green breast. D o e s the fisherman rem ain In his cottage by the billow s, S leep in g on through su n and rain. ’Courting dreams, on p leasan t pillow s. W hen he seek s to llll h is n ets? Oh, no! th a t would bring regrets. In l»ls tru sty boat, oft-tried , . P u llin g a ...

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

TBB OOOB TX m E SA T H O. th e good tim es a t home?ho,w sw eet to . / - remerttber , / • The pleasures and joy s th a t surround* / '■ / ' ed u s there, / / N / / / / ■' '/ ■ / F rom December to June, and from Ju n e to Dec^rftber, . * ' ' W hen ure W to . unburdened w ith sor­ row and W re, -... . F rom : g a rre t ttT'Oellar, from cellar to : garret, ■ W ith happy abandon we frolicked and played, ' . ' ' ' ‘ ’■ Invoking the sp irits of m usic and laugh- '■] t e r , , ■ /■ ' - . _ ‘.V ‘And nobody frow ned a t the racket we .made, ■ O, the gam es and the gam bols o u t doors, / so inviting, W ith home very handy to fu n to, in case Some law less m arauders, ag ain st us uni­ ting, ■ Should press us so closely, com pelling a race.- .All through the dear dw elling and every place near it, So fearlessly, freely, perm itted to roam W hat wonder th a t we should decide in o u r. childrenhood There w as n aught to com pare w ith the good tim es a t home! ■ Then.-....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 November 1912

THE STUEGEOK ^AY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. \\ ’ discontinued making trousers.' This is tlie wirole Regular .Value ’ $ 1.45 Wool Mixed -Trousers 95c $115 145 i M ss m m 2.50 All Wool Sizes 32 to 42 waist, bought as stated above. • These are new goods W ork S h itty 50c Work Shirts 3 9 o ' About 20 Dozen. . . Horse HideMittens : ■ : 3 3 c About 20 Dozen, and they are selling. |N o Premiums or Trading Stamps. Only Quality Goocls at Less Money. COUNTY NEWS. after-effect would have no influence on the outcome of the contest. BPBSAX2S. The local merchant's are getting in ’ tlifeir winter supply of goods, a3 trans­ portation by water is much more eco- ‘ nomical tliaii over the wagon reads after the close of navigation. j The new creamery has started up, and business* is on the increase. Its patrons are embraced in a district lying between ! the shores of Green bay on the. east and those of Lake Michigan on tlie . west, an entire new field of operation. . . Rev. Adolph Fjoidsgaard and ...

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