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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 April 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 4 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 17, J 913. $1.50 A y e a r LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS IT E M 8 O P L O C A L IN T E R E S T . : The 3teamer Niko, Capt. Meyers, pas­ sed thru the bay on. her first trip of the season yesterday, bound to a west shore port for cargo. The Bon Ami of the H art Trahsp. Co. expects to make her firs't trip Saturday, and the steamer Sailor Boy of the same line will go in commission next week. The water in the bay is : unusually high this spring, and there are those who maintain th at it will remain up, a3 this is the period of the year when it is generally low. The tug Satisfaction passed thru here Sunday on her return to M arinette after 'having put in the winter fishing out of Kewaunee. She had the lighter Levi G rant in tow . The tug Gifford of_Manistee, Midi., arrived in port Sunday and went to the shipyard of Rieboldt & Wolter where she is to. be docked for the purpose of receiving a new shaft. • The government gas buoys th at wer...

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 — 17 April 1913

m 1 HE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 17,11)13. - ' ' * ' OUR ELECTRIC UGRT PIANT. tls Earrings Daring Ihe Past Year. What It Owe and What It Is Valacd At. As there is more or less speculation anil discussion coneering the earnings of the electric light plant it will prob­ ably be of interest to publish the re­ port filed with the council recently by J.‘ 12. Johnson. We give it in full as follows: . ' INCOME ACCOUNT ' - Muni- Commcr- . Total i . • cipal ctaf Income &fgbt Departm ent.. ..$1133.75 $10835.76 $14989.50 W ater Department... 1150.00 8p9!59 , 2019.59 Heat D epartm ent..... 264.40 2919.05 3183.45 Saieof M e t e r s . . ‘ „ 120.00' 120,00 Saleof P o w e rs ....... 266.71 266.71 News .of Forty -Years Ago.' FORTY AND FIFTY YEARS AGO j so .that , thpre is /pot very inueh\\newB. ' The telegraphic dispatches - tell of the attack on. Charleston. The boinbard- - , , ... i, t, , , ■ inent of Fort-Sumter by ironclads/ and - T 'vo .dcBth? ^ ere- ‘h'9- , r eik- Ral»)h the riot O...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 April 1913

THE STURGEON SAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 17. 1913. ■ 77. .s /*£' « n i E OBEAXEB WEALTH. T hough b u t an atom c a st upon e a rth 's ' breast, M idge o f an hour, whose fate Is draw ­ ing near, ■.-■ -: Y et m ine a re all things g reat and good and dear. * - And of the universe I am possessed. A ll of its grandeur th a t my soul can hold, A ll of its beauty my dim eyes per- — ------- ceive. All of its gobdness th a t I m ay believe, This dow er is m ine,'unm easured and . i untold. W hat though the hum ble h u t th a t shel­ ters me, , -Is sm aller than the one across the w ay • W hat though another’s bread m ay sw eeter be - ■ And finer raim ent clothes him day by day ■ M ine is the g reater w ealth—for I have garnered more . ■ Of, those true, riches, w hich life holds fo r each in store. J& lcrtal gU sittUam i. n E o iw T m sA iiG S ^ The following is a portion of a sermon delivered last week Sunday in the As- bury Metlioidst Episcopal Church a t Mil­ waukee by Rev. ...

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 — 17 April 1913

' : K ’ / / v ' v v '/ / ■ THE STURGEON -BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 17, 101*}. Entered In/the PoBt-office at Sturgeon Bay. Wis., as second-class matter. DtJDLEY S. I jOM G, Business Malinger. P u b lis h e d E v e r y T h u r s d a y a t S tu r g e o n B a y , \\V is. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N . O n e y e a r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.50 S ix m o n t h s ...................................................... .75 F o u r m o n t h s ...........................................................50 \"T w o . m o n t h s . .. ...................... .25 •S in g le c o p i e s ...... .05 T w o d o lla r s w ill b e c h a r g e d i f n o t p a id w ith in th e y e a r. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 17, 1913. NEARLY RIDES OFF BRIDGE. PERSONALS Mrs.' Clins. Hall of Green Bay i-3 and lias been for a week past the guest of Mrs. C. B. Hart. City Clerk Leonliardt had so. far re­ covered as to be' able to resume in's duties Monday morning. Matt. Bottkol spent ft few days in the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 April 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 17, 1913. LOCALJTEMS. Speeder Fined.— IVolter was fined $10.00 and.- costs- Monday for ex­ ceeding . .the speed limit' for . autos the- day before. 1 ReceiveVFruit Boxesi—A carload of cherry crates'an d boxes was received the latter part of last iveek by the F ruit Exchange, and were ..distributed among those wlio h ad in their 'orders. . Pushed Thru Window.—Allen, the 7- ysar-old son of W alter Kimber, was shotted thru one of the basement win­ dows a t the school Monday morning and received several cuts about the face, though nothing -serious. r - The Weather.—There is no complaint to be made on the weather of the past week. Friday was the only bad day. Every day since th at time had been fair, with warm, balmy, spring-like atm o­ sphere. The nights, however, have been a t the freezing point. Swat the. Fly.-—This again i-3 the slo­ gan for the season of 1913. Everbody will keep everlastingly a t it and there is. no question but w hat this pe3t w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 April 1913

THE SXORGEOW BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 17/ 1013. FOKQET MX HOT.’ I saw the d riftin g moon a t dawn Gleam w hltely thro* the curling m ist A lurid flush of am ethyst C rept round the th e hollow horizon. : “Ah, w ell!\"A nother n ig h t,I b done \" A nother day begins,” I said: “ “T hro’ w eary circles of the sun So have the long years fled!” So w ill the lon^-years corrie and go W hen I have played my .little part. And pansies,, rooted in the heart T h at .aches today, shall we wnk.e and blow. Belov’d, when I am lying low. I f you b u t s tir w ith careless feet T heir passionate purples I shall know-— And slum ber will ,ie doubly sweet! . F o r then my w istful soul, I trust. M ay breathe in to your holier.hours Some sw eet remembrance, thro’ the flowers T h a t spring from my neglected dust W ith gentle reminiscence fraugh t. T heir haunting odors m ay beguile Some dream of me, some kindly thought Belov’d, a little while! The first wild burst of speed carries | . . T , tli'eni far in a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 April 1913

:i- ! m ./■•- v: • -'V •'-. ’/ ■•â–  /•-.- t -' - . t.* \" \" \" THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE, APRIL 17. 1913. :'£*m (toJcaarl §i.ne t h e o a h d e u o z t . A d an d elio n In a -meadow g rew A m ong- th e w a v in g g r a s s , a n d cow ­ s lip s yello w D in in g o n s u n sh in e , b r e a k fa s tin g on ...dew -r- H e w a s a rig h t-c o n te n te d little fellow . H a c h m o rn h is g o ld en h ead h e lifte d .s tr a ig h t . , . \\ T o c a tc h th e f ir s t s w e e t b re a th o f c o m in g d ay B a c h e v e n in g clo sed h is s le e p y eyesi to ■ w a it , -V *■■■.- U n til th e long, d a rk n ig h t sh o u ld p a ss / aw ay . ■ .. \" O ne a fte rn o o n , in .s a d , u n q u ie t m o o d ,. . I p a sse d b esid e th is tin y , b rig h t-fa c ­ e d flow er. A nd b eg g e d t h a t h e w o u ld te ll m e, if h e could, . . T h e s e c re t o f h is jo y th ro u g h su n .a n d sh o w er. -■/ ■ H e looked a t m e w ith open eyes, a n d .\"■■■...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 April 1913

Ti qre iBabKoluteVj'.Bo necessity , of \\^nirlosing tine, ‘sleep,., r e s t,. and all enjoyment because you are suffering from, piles. ‘ I t ’s inost. annoying to have to do so—also unnecessary. ' . NYAl.’S P1LQ A ffo rd s i n s t a n t r e lie f in a ll c a s e s o f tJllnd , . b le ed in g , o r it c h in g p ile s . ■More than that it cures them. Pilo is n .salve that gets at the root of the trouble—absorbs the tum ors and at 'the same time ex­ erts u soothing and healing influ­ ence on the Surrounding tissues. Pilo is decidedly antiseptic and there is no danger of infection, from other sources. f t will do more towards effecting a cure sf ffte . m ost obstinate than any remedy know of. Speedy relief is assured when you use Xviil’s Pilo Fifty cents the box i W hatever U- good, drug store ought to have—and m any things . that other drug stores don’t keep 11 —-you’ll find here. Come to us first, and.you’ll get wliat you want V E R Y man and eveiy w o m a n wants value for every...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 April 1913

V O L . 52. N O . 5 STURGEON BAY, WlS.. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCALS GENERAL MARINE NEWS F irst M arine D isaster. •The steam er U ganda w as th e first vic- \"tim .of. th e season of 1913 having been, ' sunk near/ th e 'S tra its of M ackinaw on Sunday, while bound down from M ilw au­ kee w ith a cargo \"of grain. . The sto ry of th e m ishap as told by Capt. C rockett of th e U ganda is th a t th e b oat cleared from M ilwaukee w ith 100,000 bushels of corn for Buffalo and -everything w ent all right' u n til th ey got ii) th e heaviest p a rt of th e ice off W hite ':Shoal3 which cu t through, th e planking , ^and:she sta rte d to leak H e then stopped . h e r'a n d Started all pum ps, b u t th e w a- . te r gained on them and she began to ■ se ttle very fast. He blew . d istre ss' sig- - rials and the steam er Donaldson, which w as close behind the U ganda w orked her w ay up th ru th e ice alongside, and took th e crew off.. A fter backing aw ay th e . U gan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 April 1913

STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Three amateur bandits.. lieltl up n couple of railroad -men at LaCrosse one day last \\veek, securing $5 and over­ looking ST)00 one of the inen had in an inside .pocket. The nude body of G. H. Otto of Thirnsville was found floating in the lake by fishermen off Milwaukee, in Don- ges bay. The man is supposed to have committed suicide. The estate of.'Wm. Seatqft of Neenah, -a recluse for many years and reported to bo worth $40,000, has been sold by the district attorney, there being no heirs to claim the property. \" 'Citizens of Janesville have organized a Boosters’ Club for the purpose of booming the claims of the city for the site of the state fair,, in case it is remov­ ed from Milwaukee by the legislators. A 4-year-old son of John Olinnik of Milwaukee was scalded to death by fall­ ing'in a boiler containing hot water While walking backwards, he stumbled over .tlie receptacle, which' was on the . ifloor. ' - ’’ ■ ' -X' -.Edward Harvey of. Homestead was ....

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 — 24 April 1913

\"THE TUBES VfXt * 0 8 8 .” “W ehre have they' gonri? : I thou ght one day . . As' 1 gazed on . the W aters blue. ‘‘‘W here have they gone? X w anted to .''.r f iJ e a y ' !'-■ !, As m em ories w ithin m e grew. The w inds w ere Mowin' fair from the N ot'd, \" .. . They should have been comin down, A* strain in ’ a t every inch of canvas, •To make time, hom eward bound. B u t not a sail Only smoke did I see, Of steam ers large and f a s t ’ • Then a-sig hin g breeze seemed to say to ,m e - . The schooners d ay s-are past. Their sta te ly prow s now seldom p a rt •The w aters of the bay And .the boys th a t once m anned them, •If living, are m ostly'old and grey. B ut w here are those grand old ships, W ith th e ir brave o»d sailors too, T hat passed this w ay on m any trips, As .those cold N or'w esters blew? W e cannot tell w here they have gone, There w ere so m any of them T B u t h o m o r e a t n ig h t, n o m o re a t d a w n , W ill w e s e e t h o s e fle e ts a g a in . ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 April 1913

Entered in the Post-office n t Sturgreon Bay, AVIs., as second 'd ass m atter. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. P u b lish ed 'E v ery T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay. W is. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' One y ea r .................. $1.60 Six- m o n th s. ................................................75 F o ur m o n th s .... ............ 60 ’Tw o m o n th s................................. .■........... • .26 'S in g le c o p i e s ,............................................05 Two dollars will be charged if not paid w ithin the year. Sturgeon Bay. AA'is., April 24, 101.1. IS STILL VERT MUCH ALIVE. Indications Favorable For Park Appropria­ tion Bill. Reported Killed in the Assembly. / In a recent issue of the M arinette E agle-Star appeared an editorial\" con­ demning the action of the assem bly in killing th e bill for which an appropria­ tion w as made to the 3 ta te park. The sentim ent expressed does credit to the w riter, b u t.w e do no t understand th a t th e bill had been...

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 — 24 April 1913

LOCAL ITEMS. credited with being as good. a payitfg proposition - as there is in the state, in- ‘\"■SiM.-.-i : -* V . | vestment^ considered. A t least the re- Moravian Country Aid.—-The ladies of i port of the railroad -, commission gives the Moravian Country Aid fvill meet , it a good standing.' Probably this will with Mrs. Jens Olson a t the Cove., on Thursday, May ,1st. Missionary ‘Society.—The 'Woman’s WEST SIDE AND VICINITY Missionary. Society of the Congregation­ al church will meet with Mrs. H. A, Stiles on Tuesday, April 29th, a t 2:30 o’clock. Woman’s Club Meeting.—There will be a special meeting of the Woman’s Club Friday evening, April 25th. M atters of great importance are to be discussed, and every member is urged to be present.- Marriage ..Licenses—The following marriage license was' the only one issued by the County Clerk during the past week:—Fred M. Hanson and Fannie H a­ gen, Ephraim. This seems to be a period of the year when Cupid takes a vacation, or probab...

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 April 1913

T B T TO SXOSXi.' ' Plant your standard of life ■well upcji . the height,. That the sunshine may give you its earliest light : That the pure mountain ether your heart may inspire ' 1 With the freshest ofbourage,' then climb —even higher. Climb upward, still upward, .and leave ■ far below The dust and the darkness oft coupled with woe, First sowing, the. seed in a soil that looks well ' For til? afternoon reaping of fruits that excel. Aim high—Us your privilege, youth, of the land, ' Though humble the birth-spot on -which '■/'’’you. now stand . . \" - Endurance you’ll need, for the way will be rough— ..' • : But remember that true men are made • of stern stuff. ■. Aim liigh—first, in honesty second, in truth— The firmest foundations to start with in' yo\\ith. ■ Choose proper'companions whose habits , will tell On your life, as in' honor you trjj to \\ excel. 1 AlrnWgh—as the lark marks her course _ 'to the sky, . Ere’ sheNtries her fleet wings, by her unerring eye Or the ea...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 April 1913

' V.r7 ‘: THE SIU8GE0K BAY ADVOCATE, A PR ILS, 1913. WE TWAZSr. •Oh, e a rth a n d H e a v e n a re f a r a p a rt B u t w h a t If they- w ere one, .A nd n e ith e r you n o r I sw e e th e a rt. H a d a n y w a y m isdone! . \"W hen w e, lik e la u g h in g riv e rs fleet, T h a t c a n n o t choose b u t flow , • '.A m o n g th e flow ers' s n o u ld m ee t an d g re e t, ■. ■ S h o u ld m eet an d m in g le so. S w e e th e a rt— 'T h a t w o u ld b e sw eet, X know . - fowl of any1 kind. ThriL amendment 1 only seeks to check the extermination of wild birds. \\ V : The society urges all persons inter­ e s te d to write to Representative. Oscar ‘ W. Underwood, chairman on ways , and' / means', and to' their Representative in j Congress in Washington.—New York Herald. : - TO,ENSURE SOUND APPLES. S w eet h e a rt, I do n o t w a n t you so. /F o r you an d I a re f a r a p a rt!. A n d n e v e r m ay w e m ee t T l li you a re g la d a n d g ran d , sw e e e h e art, T ill X a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 April 1913

!! Pilo Pleases ii T lere is absolutely ho necessity of your Ibsiiig tim e, sleep, rest, and nil enjoym ent because you are suffering from piles. ’ : I t’s most annoying to have to , do so—abo unnecessary. * NYAL’S PILO a ffo rd 3 in s ta n t re lie f ta. all c a s e s o f blind, - b le e d ln g .o ritc h ln g piles. M ore than th at it cures them. Pilo is a Salve tliat gets at tlie root of the trouble—absorbs the, tum ors and at tlie same time ex ­ erts a soothing and healing influ­ ence on the surrounding tissues. Pilo is decidedly-autiseptic and t h e r e ‘is no danger of Infection from other sources. COUNTY NEWS. . [C ontinued. F ro m F ir s t P a g e ] ■ XlitE SXPRGEQN BAY ADVOCATE, 'APRIL 24,' 1913 *'► i . , I t trill do more towards ette c tin e a cure ot the m ost obstinate case th a n a n y rem edy ire . know of. •/ Speedy relief is assured when you use Nyal’s Pih F ifty c e n ts th e box W hatever a good drug store ought to have—and many things that oth er drug B to ...

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

V O L . 52. N O . 6 STURGEON BAY. WIS!. THURSDAY, MAY L 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCALS GENERAL MARINE NEWS Land Stone Contracts. ■ Leathern Smith on Thursday of last week went to Two Rivers, where lie secured a contract for the firm he repre­ sents to furnish 9,000. yards of crushed stone to the city of Two, Rivers for street work. This makes in the neigh­ borhood of 16,000 yards th at the Thos. . Smith company w ill' transport to th at city during the ensuing summer, the bal­ ance having been purchased by the' coun­ ty.: some, time ago for use on the roads of Manitowoc county. The city of Two Rivers is preparing to spend in the neighborhood Of $40,000 on its streets the coming season, and will use nothing but Door county, stone. They will use it in theirm acadam work as well as where they put it in the as­ phalt macadam,—which 1 3 .-,the-asphalt and stone mixed. The contract to r do­ ing the street work was awarded to a local man—P. J. Thiele, of Two.Riverb, and there was only/ ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 May 1913

STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. One man was. instantly kilkd and two seriously injured .by tlie explosion of a ..boiler in a brick ’yard at Mount Pleas­ ant. :■ 1 . ' -■ ? ' After 'having subsisted on food fed to' liim tliru a. tube for t’iglit months liar ney.Rnnnsted, a farmer near Marinette, died Wednesday night. r Kay Cross and \\Valter I’ermetiev. sous of prominent people of Marshfield, were ‘drowned • ill tile W isconsin river, about : eight miles from Grand Rapids, by the capsizing of a itinep \\vhi e out bn a. fish­ ing flip- To awnkciv during the night to find that her m other with wliotn® she was sleeping w aa dead was the experience of a daughter of Mrs. A. Krahn of Manito- wou. She had retired in - apparently good h ealth .: ?■ ?? : Peter J. Christ, superintendent of the county, workhouse. Marjiiette, . who . charged with the murder -o f Howard Leaf, a prisoner,1' ha3 been suspended from offico w ith oiit pay until his case Jias been tried. ? v -. . Ray Wynen, 9 years old,...

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

THE STUHGEOH BAY aDVO t B S J|AY. ■When, th e ' cool f ro s ts f ta v e d rje d . A ll th e J u ic e s-fro m th e tre e , Arid: t h e sn o w w ith m a n tle , w ide, - . • W ra p s th e w o rld so w e a rily ~~ in th e sh a d o w th e n w e s i t • . . , r , •S o lem n ly a n a sin g .o u r. la y s \"•! ‘ \" . Y e t th ro u g h m em o ry w ill lit • ^ •T h o u g h ts o f o th e r fa ir e r d ay s, ’ W in try h o u rs a re th e n so d re a r. , C ropping h e r slow le n g th .aw ay, L e a v in g e a rth fu ll b ro w n a n d b a re , T h en th e w in te r on h e r w a y .... L e a v e s b e h in d h e r gloom arid c a re B ouriden b y o u r e a rth ly scope, ’M id th e gloom so d a rk an d . s tra n g e , T h e re w o u ld b e n o w in g fo r hope, , I f w e did n o t look fo r ch a n g e — A nd th e re • com es a h a p p ie r d ay , W ith,, o p en in g b u d s o f M ay. . : So w h en s o rro w s g rim ly c la sp - , ’R o u n d th e h e a rt w th ’ f ro s ty to u ch , . S te elin g ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 May 1913

? : THE STTOGEON I^V, jU)VOCATE, MAY 1, 1913. E n te re d in th e P ost-office a t S tu rg e o n B ay, W is., a s secona-c •c la ss m a tte r . DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rsd a y a t S tu rg e o n Bay, AVIs. R A T E S O P -SU B SC R IPT IO N . : - O ne y e a r . ................ . . . . . . . ............SI.50 S ix m o n th s ................................................ .5 F o u r m o n th s ................... ............... oo -T w o m o n th s ............................... --e S in g le c o p ie s . ..'........... .- • T w o d o lla rs w ill b e-ch arg ed if n o t paid w ith in th e y e a r. ____ __ Sturgeon Bay. W is M av 1 s t,' 1913. PERSONALS * Cost of Repairs to. Bridge. ■ T he, repairs' made on the east ap­ proach of th e bridge during the p ast ■winter cost $1707.05. T h is-is divided up as follows: M aterial, $12S5.30 la ­ bor, $422.35. • This does n o t include the . lights th a t were put in 'alo n g the w alk on th e n...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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