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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 May 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY i, 1913 LOCAL ITEMS. jps consideration, $1500.'/ made thru John Perry/ Advertised .Xefters.—-Henry DeJofig, J. Flagstad, Bernice Grimes, Capti Eli Garrett and Knni Xoistad. \", - ’ ‘ Wonian’s Club,•‘—The -nest meeting of . the Woman's Club will b?: held Friday ' afternoon, .May Ot-Ii, at their new rooms in .the library building. / Gets An- Auto Truck.—The RWeriberg • Dept. Store will add an auto truck to their: delivery, having placed an order ' /w ith Scofield Company l'or one 4f: the , choo-'dioo wagons. , Needs Rolling.—The upper p art of Lawrence am uie is strewn with sharp ’ stones that-have been worked up to , the surface by the action of the frost. They are extremely detrimntal' to . the auto and bicycle tires. . t . Similar Weather,—A glance over the items .that appear under the “News of ■ Forty and Fifty Years Ago” reveals the /information th at .the weather which pre- ' wailed at th at time at this seaspn of the ■ year was, practically th...

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 — 1 May 1913

- ' J 1 THE SXP&GEQK BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 1, %m. / ' :: SH E ttEAVBRX.'S' BXBVBm Com e not w ith th e sn arlin g tru m p B u t com e w ith th e gentle flute, A nd let a ll troubled th in g s , : - . • In th is clear tim e be m u te ! : I n th is d ear tim e wlion w e f Sing o f th e lieavely b irth \"O f H im w ho prom ised H eaven ' . A t la st unto th e E a rth , , ’ T he agonizing E arth c Com e' not w ith th e oaken bough, • ’T is not. A m bition's hour, • B u t lov'e's, and sh e h iu st only 8§e. H er im m aculate flower, ■.• •T he lily, w h ite w ith peace T h a t prophesied5 the b irth v. O f him w ho prom ised H eaven , v .. A t la s t unto the E arth , 7 ^ Trie dem on-tortured E arth . Come? not w ith the song th a t rin g s' . T he b est on iron w ires, B u t com e w ith the low, sw eet hym r. ■ A ttuned to golden jyres T o golden ly res th a t L ove - V S tru n g fo r the heavenly b irth O f H im who prom ised H eaven A t la st unto the E a rth , T he ju b ilan t, s...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 May 1913

r . - \" . s~ - - THE STURGEON BA THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 1, 1913. rt/ V “BABY HOm iE.” : O n e y e a r.a g o .w h e n b a lm y S p rin g - ~ - I n r ic h e s t ro b es o f b e a u ty sm ile d - W h e n lo v e loo k ed o u t fro m e v e ry th in g , I s a n g o f M in n ie—d a rlin g ch ild ! ’ A h! th e n I th o u g h t th e fra g ile ' flow er T h a t G od to u s h a d k in d ly g iv en T o g ra c e a w h ile lo v es f a ir y b o w e r • ■ W a s v e ry n e a r th e g a te s o f h eav en . T h e JU les on o u r d a rlin g 's c h e ek ' G rew , p a le r, p&ler d a y b y d a y W e re tre m b lin g in o u r h e a rts alw ay . I p ra y e d to G od t h a t H e w o u ld g iv e O u r b a b y b a c k in h e a lth to u s . F o r oh I co u ld n o t b e a r to live, A nd se e o u r s w e e t f a d in g th u s . G od h e a rd m y p ray e r. H is te n d e r love H a s m ad e o u r h e a rts , ay e, m o re th a n . b lest, A little lo n g e r s p a re d o u r dove T o n e s tle In '...

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 — 1 May 1913

THE STOkGfOW BAY ADVQCATB, MAY i, i 9j 3. . . * ' . - - , ’ _ i. ‘ * m i l H H i m m n m n » i \\\\ Puts New Life Increase' your vital , pow er— lie possessed of a clear, healthy skin, clear eyes and a clear lm\\ii feel the good, rich red blood coursing through your veins—he vigorous. . ( Make your daily tasks a pleasure ' *• —work lmfd and play bard,, stir up the sluggish circulation, have the Springy' step and the alert movements ^associated with per­ fect health—know that the sys­ tem is in perfect trim. NyaVs Hot Springs Blood Remedy wltl put your system r ljr ftt —it acts on the blood, purifies it and increasesits nourishing prop­ erties—gives you a fresh founda­ tion, one th a t is perm anent. Try a bottle on our say so—it will do »s represented One Dollar tnc bottle. Whatever a good druir store ouaht to have. and many things that other drug stores don't keep—you’ll find here. Come to us first and you'll get what you want. G C ^ N T T N E W S Rev./ Gates \"left Tuesday f...

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 — 8 May 1913

i. i 11 I, . ■ •-■■ ■ VOL. 52. m . 7 _ STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL pS®GENERAL MARINE NEWS Sailor Boy Gets l a Trouble. The steamer Sailpr Boy ran on sunken crib a t Egg Harbor Wednesday night of last' week while attem pting to make' the dock a t th at port along about 12 o’clock. The accident was caused by bugging the 3hore too close while search ing .for the wharf in the darkness. The crib- is one. th at years ago was known as the Tliorp dock. When it was discovered th at the steam er could not release herself a tele* phone message was , sent to the local of flee and manager. H art sent the steamer \"Bon Ami to her relief.' Thi3 boat could easily have released her but had no lines heavy enough, besides which the wind being on shore swung her head in ,so th a t she could not work to advantage. A fter several futile attem pts word was again sent here and the fishing tu g Peter. Coates, with the 12-inch line be longing ~to the Leathern & ...

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 — 8 May 1913

THE STURGEON SAY ADVOCATE^ MAY 8, 1913. OPEN LETTER ON FISH LAWS|'the A. KALMBACH IN COMMUNICATION TO STATE SENATOR PERRY GIVES VIEWS ON PROPOSED FISHING LAWS.: IS SATISFIED WITH LAWS NOW. Takes Deceptions to Stateracnls Blade By Certain Persons and Tells Why Present Laws Are All Right. * • ■ - i.v . Albert Kalmbarli, local fisbcnnaii and dealer, who is strongly opposed to the proposed laws, tlm t have been'introduced in' trie legislature and who i.ns been so frequently misquoted on the position that he takes in the matter, decided to address a communication to Senator Perry., our representative, on the sub­ ject, of which the following is a copy, Mr. Kalinbach having kindly consented to permit the. letter to be published, at pur request. The subject 'which Mr. . Kalinbach so well handles is of vital interest and importance to the fishing industry along..the western shores of Lake Michigan, as well as to. the people engaged in the business in this county, and for this reason it i...

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 — 8 May 1913

' _________________ -__________________ ' ' THE STURGEON BA T ADVOCATE, WAY 8, 1913. OPEN CARNEGIE LIBRARY. RECEPTION AND CEREMONIES HELD AT H E UBKABY ASSEMBLY J|OOH THURSDAY /■-: EVENING, MAY I. THE HISTORY OF EARLY EFFORTS. Speakers' Congratulate People on Excellency • ol library in Every Respect Opened ' For Business Saturday. '■f The reception and dedication of the new Carnegie library, which took, ‘place on Thursday evening, wa3 largely a t ­ tended,- the assembly room being Oiled with a representative and interested audience. . ’ Jno. B. Davis, president of the library board, ollicpated as chairman of the meeting, which lie opened by giving a brief outline'of the manner in which the library was procured from Mr. Andrew Carnegie,, w ho'had donated the sum of $12,500, for the construction. He told of 'th e work of the council and the library board, the cost of the building, furnish­ ings, fixtures, steam and water con­ nections, electric lights, etc., all of which would ...

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 — 8 May 1913

E n te re d in th e Post-office B ay, AVIs., a s socom l-clas it S tu rg eo n s m a tte r. DUDLEY S. LONG, .Business M anager. P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t -Sturgeon b a y , -AVIs.' . x, R A T E S 'O F SU BSC RIPTIO N. '' O ne y e a r. .................. $ 1 .50 S ix m o n th s ................ 75 F o u r m o n th s ................... •. .............. . .. .. .50 T w o m b n lh s ...................-............... .25 'Single c o n ie s ........... .05 Tw o d o lla rs w ill be c h a rg e d if not paid w ith in th e year. Sturgeon Bay, W is., M ay 8. 1013. A ppropriation Slashed. The Peninsula P ark appropriation was alm ost cut in half by t h e . assembly when th e m easure was brought before th a t body on W ednesday of la s t week I t is u p for another hearing again this w eek-and if it doesn’t get Slaughtered entirely we will feel p retty w ell satis- fied. J u s t why- the assem bly, should feel so, antagonistic to th e m easure a fte r the senate had passed so...

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 — 8 May 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 8, X9J3. LOCAL ITEMS. — Advertised Letter.—-There is only one advertised letter at the local po3tofTiee this week, viz*, Hans Nelson, ' Arbpr and Bird Day.—Friday was Ar­ bor and Bird Day. The schools observed the occasion by having programs and ex­ ercises appropriate to the day.- For Fishermen.—Csipt. A. £ahnbacli lias a communication on another page that will prove interesting reading to those engaged in the fishing'business.' Marriage Licenses.—Following is the ojnly marriage license issued 'by the county clerk during the past week: John Bouclie and Adel Ledocq. both of Brussels. - Make Improvements.—The garage of Moeller Bros, lias been improved by the installation of a galvanized ceiling, as well as other alterations for the, con­ venience of their automobile business. Board of Education.—The board of education met in regular session on Mon­ day evening. There was othing of im' portance before the members. _ The us­ ual number of bills were...

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 — 8 May 1913

THE SIPBQBOK BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 8, 19:3. ‘ ' ‘ H Y Q U EEN. N o t fo r a m o m en t doffs m y Q ueen H e r crotvn. o f e m p ire w ide H e r sc e p tre o f th e d iam o n d sh een . S he n e v e r la y s asid e. H e r p a la c e flings a f a r its ray s. C a u g h t fro m h e r p resen ce fa ir B y r ig h t d iv in e h e r rea lp i sh e sw a y s— T h e re is no m u rm u rin g th ere . H o rn , noon a n d eve d o th sh e receive T h e h om age o f h e r ow n H e r slu m b e r, too, you m ay believe, I s g u a rd e d a s h e r th ro n e. 8 0 b lesse d h e r realm , so g lad a n d free, Y e t a ll a t- h e r com m and, , Y o u ’d d e e m i t ru le d in v isib ly B y som e, e n c h a n te r’s w and F rie n d s, In th is fav o red realm b eh o ld ' M y e lse m isg o v ern ed life A n d sh e b y whom 1 ’tis a ll co n tro lled , M y Queen, her title — W ife! H e r cro w n th e go o d n ess th a t's a b o v e ' ' All diadems .1 know H e r sc e p tre ' th e u n selfish lo v e T o w h ich m y ...

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 — 8 May 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 8, 1913. o b u b i u . D ea r G randmam m a, I se e her now , and liste n ■ ’. _ A gain to her hind w ords o f lo v e ' and cheer ■ i ' I . . 1 W ent to her w ith ev ery ch ild ish trouble And told her a ll abcmt it w ith o u t fear: O f w h ip 1 or scolding, an d her on ly chid- . ln g — “I fea r you w ere a lit tle wrong, ray . dear!” 'When, from a child, I grew into a m aid­ en, A nd from the m aiden to a happy w ife, T o th is w ise w om an s till I w en t for guidance In a ll the ch an ges o f m y w ed d ed .life A n d a lw a y s found her w ords w ere those o f wisdom , To sooth e a sorrow or to s till a strife. A nd w h en m y little children cam e, dear grandm a Pound m any w a y s to sh o w her ten­ der care H er fingers k n it th e T ittle sock s and m ittens. A n d combed th e ta n g les from their su n n y hair. S h e told them sto r ie s w h ile sh e rock ed the baby, . ' T h e other children clim bed ab ou t the chair. : y . T h en ...

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 — 8 May 1913

j ( 3 0 0 c € f t Don’t Pass By without stopping in to order some of the pure food products we have on sale. A t this season there are many housekeeping and housecleaning aids that you will be interested in. W e / will be glad to have you call at any time a n d . ask us about them. Quality assured, service unexcelled, deliveries prompt, prices reasonable.. The C ROGER /P h o n o t 4 - Phone 55. A. HUXFORD, Prop. L a m b ! u h i c k e n s ! l will have on hand for Sat­ urday Chicago Beef and Spring Lamb. Don t forget our Saturday Bargains for wish. i G a s o l i n e Everything in Lubricating Oils and Grease\" firie - Automobile and Motor Cycle Oils for lowest possible whole­ sale prices. Goods shipped direct from factory to you,\"-write or phone for prices. Will be pleased to call on you to 'show samples. • Any order will receive prom pt attention. W rite .orJ call on CLARENCE NELSON. Box 95,Sawyer, Wis. Phone 3234. Local Agent for Barkhausen Oil Co.y Green Bay, Wis.' COUNTY NEWS [...

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 — 8 May 1913

Supplem ent to T H E STORGEOH. BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 8, 1913. o i l jcbx: BEDE. 1 h a v e a friend— X m ean, a foe—i . W hom c o r d ia lly ! ou g h t to. hater ' ' B u t, som ehow I can n ever seem , T o -la y th e feu d b etw een u s straigh t, .'W hen apple bough s are fu ll o f bloom, ..V And nature lo v es her. fello w men, \"With a ir th e w lth ch ery o f spring, H o w -ca n you hate a fello w then? -And then w h en sum m er com es, w ith days F u ll o f a lon g and lan gu id charm, .‘W hen even w a te r -lilies sleep On w a v es w ith o u t a th ou gh t o f harm, W h en underneath the sh a d iest tree. ■My,- ham m ock h an gs in id le state, I w ere an id iot to g e t up Out o f th a t ham m ock ju st to hate. 'The h a rv ests come. I f m ine is big, I am too happy w ith m y store ,'lf sm all, I’m too m uch occupied W ith grubbing round to m ake it more, .In dim recesses of m y m ind I have no id le hour to spend In h u n tin g up. the b itter foe' — W ho sim p ly ou gh t to b...

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 — 8 May 1913

It Came From One Who Had Seemed Ungrateful ’ \" By F. TOWNSEND SMITH '- .. . . . . o 1 was starting for tbe office of the Henderson Wrecking company, by whom .1 was employed as a diver, when a boy stepped «p to me and banded me a telegram: ' - Alec Is caught in the Clapham reservoir. Come quickly and get him out! MABEL. I ran for the station to take a train for Clapham aud found one made up to start in tw enty minutes. Hut it seemed an boiir before 1 was rolling out of the station ou a fifty minute trip. While I am making it I will tell how I came to receive the telegram. 1 received-a commoiixSchooi educa­ tion. One day in the school yard 1 saw one of the .hoys take a doll from a little girl, and/holding It by its legs, be sm ashet/lfs china head against the hard, sandy ground. I waP “d up to the b o / and without saying a word slapped liis face. Of course there was y a tight, at which I got the credit\" of having thrashed my antagonist. . But , this was rather liecause the boy 1 ...

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 — 15 May 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 8 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, M A Y '15, 1913. • $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS the / Schooner Lyman Davis Sold. The schooner Lyman M. Davis, the pride of Muskegon, Slich., and fastest sailing vessel on the lakes for the past forty years,- has been sold to Graham Bros, of Kincardine, Canada', and the first of last . yveek, sailed out of the abov%: harbor flying the foreign flag. Her departure'from the port from whicli she has sailed for the past decade caus­ ed a pahg of regret to the old-time mar­ iners and residents who had come to look upon the .craft as pari of the life of the community... The' disposal Of the Davis is primarily due to the: sale of . the Thayer Lumber Co. millB. a t th at port, which is the last of the big lumber mills to shut down, and marks the end of this once mam­ moth industry. :v The Lym an Davis is probably one of the best known vessels on Lake- Michi­ gan, having visited nearly every port on th at body of water and Grden Bay i...

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 — 15 May 1913

THE SXDHGEQi* B A Y ADVOCATE, M AT IS, 1913. CAIIFORMA AND THE JAPS SOMETHING AfiOUT HEE COVntOVXRSY THE UNITED STATES HAS GOTTEN INTO OVER THE ANTI-ALIEN LAW.. tB y W alter K Towers, A. B.. J . D,, of Mich. Bar] The wide publicity given to the pro­ posal of the commonwealth pf California to bar the Japanese from ownership of real estate in that state, the ineffectual protests of the executive heads _of the United States arid Japan, brings before us the complex -form of our government. We all know that there is a national government and1- a state government. We have been told that the United States is supreme—yet as to just how far it 5# supreme is a matter that is not altogether clear to most of us. How. is it that the state of California may pass a law denying to Japanese the right to own land1, within' the state- when the national government may have . (though we have no evidence that congress has) entirely different-wishes about the mat­ ter? - - The field of government is div...

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 — 15 May 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 13, 1913.. \"aitayitaoi* H M itow bsA coM om t- ■Oh. mother nature thou dost hold Thy children In thy tender arm, .Apia shelter’st them from beat and cold, From stow distress, o f sw ift alarms. D ost hush them on thy loving breast ■When hearts are sad and cold with fear, And giv’st for weariness sw eet rest. ■ And comfort'st them—If they but ‘ hear— As, hushing every, sobbing breath— O ne whotn his mother comfortdth. .For this thou makest- sun and showers. And balmy winds and sparkling streams, And palntest all the springing flowers. And sllverest all the moonlight’s utmost speed to escape some deadly per 7 ' 7 beams. \"So cohvinoed whs I o£ Grayson’s I guilt, that it was a mercy I did not\" meet him then, for it was certain I shouItTliave Strangled his life but with­ out stopping to ask ft question. ' “Leaving my charge to take care of itself, I ran, at' full speed,, in the direc- tion' of ihy home, my. one faint hope be­ ing to get there in-...

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 — 15 May 1913

t h e ' STURGEON 'B A Y ADVOCATE, MAY IS, J913- it t0 C 0 iv ^ a y rtvoiTitt ^ Bntere'd- in the PoBt-otfice ..at Sturgeon 1 Bay, Wis. -/aS second-class niatt'er.' DUDLEY S. D0NQ/-lhi3ineBS. Manager. Published Every -Thursday at Sturgeon - v. bay, Wis. ■ , . KATES ’O F ’ SUBSCRIPTION. One : y ear.. . . . . . . v ....... .. - .. .. .. . $1.50 , SIX m onths.. . Four,m onths .V Two months. S in g le • c o p ie s. ................ 06 Two dollars-.Will be charged if not paid within the year. Sturgeon B aj\\ Wis., May IS, 1913. WHY FRUIT IS HIGH. PERSONALS The- reason, that the price of fruit is almost prohibitive to the consumer in the larger cities is because of the many commission men that handle, the’ goods before it reaches them. This, is something th at the F ruit Ex­ change officers would like to’ have elim­ inated as much as possible, and to this end propose to make' an effort to get large buyers interested who will sell direct to th e consumer. If this could be “arranged the c...

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 — 15 May 1913

l : THE STDHGEOH, B i t ABROGATE, MAY H m LOGALJTEMS. .Woman’s Club.—The regular .meeting of the Woman’s Club ^vill l^-heltl In the new assembly room of the library build­ ing on Friday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Advertised Letters.—Following is the advertised letter list: 'Edwin Anderson, •A. Besmer, . Geo.- Fellers,. Mrs. Chris f Johnson,• Jno. McNeff, \"Max-Marteiis, ' • Buys Residence.—Arthur Graham with­ in the \\veck traded his ten acre fruit farm near the old fair grounds for the residence of E. G. Bassford in .the First ward, located on north Lincoln 'street. Council Meeting.—A regular meeting , of the council will be held on Tuesday evening, at which the bids for macad-. amizing Maple avenue in the Fourth ward and St. John street will be' opened. • Ladies’ Aid.—The Moravian Ladies’ Aid will mCet with' Mrs.- Hawkey on Wednesday afternoon next. A 15c sup­ per will he served in the afternoon and evening, and a general invitation is ex­ tended to all. Finish Planting.—The Stur...

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 — 15 May 1913

f j . r w to w nr xkee. I W ill so as thou hast t o l d , me V.'v , : W hat have I to lose or win, Save thy: love that still shall hold-me Faithful till I come again? 'For the love tfiy lips refuse me I have seen in thy dear eyes: “Yes! And in spite of your winning the ta8t game Fm ready to back him.” “Let me bm,” reflected-' Mr. Hardon “1 won the game on a strange table.” “Then what’ll you back him for T\" he aaked suddenly. ^ - “Same as the stakes. Ten.” . “Done with you'*' said Mr. Hardon, picking uj his cue. • . The 'pale\" young man and his backer I will come, tfcy heart -will choose me, ' exch&nsfetj knowing glances. V4th the love it n?w denies. f “(jo it.” cried the former as liis oppo nent bent over the table. And Mr. llardon did “go it” to the extent of making a beautiful little break F or I know why thou hast told me _ Thtyt m y love thou earest not take . All that from me now withholds thee, I will conquer for thy sake. And when I shall.come to claim thee,, Not a fear...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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