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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 May 1913

THE STURGEON SAY ADVOCATE,. MAY 15, 1913. ,garM h a r d e n m t\\ gom e* THE LANGUAGE OF THE BLUSH. n to , the m aiden a t th q gatew ay L istening fo r h e r lover’s trend! W hat a-ch a rm of color straig h tw ay O’er her dain ty cheess is spread As she hears it spring to m eet her, And a t last, when a t his side, «. How th a t color, brighter, fleeter, P ulses i n its m agic tide! F irst, it dawns, a seashell-tfntlng. Deepening a t his w tiisper low. A ll th e h eart’s f6nd s e c re ts . hinting In the changing' roseate glow, , T ill,'a s he w ith palpitations ' A t her feet his offer lays, All her soul its inclination ' In th e p erfect’blush betrays. H eaven be praised fo r blushes,., telling T h a t which- o ft to tongue’s denied, And th e inm ost thoug ht com pelling To a speech w ith love allied, • Or w ith .shame, or w ith displeasure, And w hich m u st be silence pale B re it cloak , the bosom’s treasu re • ’N eath dissim ulation’s vail. I n ’ the w ifely chesfls^it. rise...

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 — 15 May 1913

T H E S T O T G E O v, » A T ADVOCATE, MAY 15,‘ 1913. Have'You Ever Studied the Shape Of Your Foot? M oulded tf^ORRECTLY designed outside and scienti^dlly “ v proportioned inside, Ralstons offer you! the utmost in both style and comfort They are made 6n foot-moulded las t shape of your f need no breaking' in. Try Ralstons—$422 to $622 Double Profit 8 B IXUiJeAA W ,s J d .y •â–  g E H . l K I - W M B B r J s & k I - G o ! -To The- GRAND RE-OPENING 7 - - o f — W d tU cb ’e 3eweln Store ~On- There will be flowers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 will be presei Children accompanied by \" their par­ ents will receive five souvenir postals FREE! - f i - We take this means of asking the public of Door County to call here and get better acquainted with ua and inspect our renovated and newly’ arranged store. You may rest assured of not being urged to buy on the contrary, our aim'is to make more of a reception and get-together event out of this day, than haunt you with a “Big Bargain Sale.’ ...

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 — 22 May 1913

STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1913. LOCAL tf GENERAL MARINE NEW Hills to Build Passenger Boat. The following dispatch from Wauke­ gan appeared in the Evening Wisconsin the 14tl» inst.: \"Capt. L. L .H ill of the Hill steamboat line, announced this morning th a t his company was about to place an '■ order w ith some shipbuilding concern for. the building of a modem steel freight arid passenger steamer for the Chicago, W au­ kegan and Kenosha run. ■ “The boat-is to be 200 feet long, of 1,000 gross tons, and to cost about $100, 000. I t is hoped to have the boat in commission before the end of the year.. She will take the place of the Flora .M, Hill, which was sunk off Chicago more than a year ago. ' • m A m a b o v s t b c h z c a o o . [Special Correspondence! ^ The fife tug Chicago-is'.at the Gilbert Anderson yard for general repairs to her .huii. . ,• , The tug Luther Loomis burned to the •water’s edge’ pear Lemont, in the drain­ age canal, during the past week and ...

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 — 22 May 1913

THE SfURGEQW BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 22, 1913. FORTY AMD FIFTY YEARS AGO News of F o rty Y ears Ago. \" The bovn have, been catching plenty of bass m the L ittle Lake lately. ■ Lum ber sells for more here th an it : does iff Clucago a t eaigo prices. \\ V The propeller Oconto took from here about 1 ,.100.000 evergreen trees last Sun­ d a y morning. Bates & Hage a re running the mill establishm ent a t Clay Banks lately nn • : dor the control of H itt & Davidson. ■ The M ay term of the cfft'uit court opened Tuesday, w ith tw enty eases no­ ticed 011 The calendar, dodge KUifc pre­ siding. - - , , It being found impossible' to convert th e sinful people of F o rt Howard one of th e ch u rch e s'at th a t place haa .been o f­ fered- for sale. » ‘ ■ A police court would have made lots o f m oney here the p ast tw o wepks. T here has been any am ount of drunks lying nround loose. ' Two. welcome arrivals here la st Sun­ day w ere Chief 'E ngineer Casgrain and E . Badger. They...

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 — 22 May 1913

i m ^ MAY 2*1913, O’er arch lu g . sk y th a t lo w ly b en d s - • T o m eet th e earth th a t lie s b e lo w ,! ‘ 'T h e g e ttin g su n Its rich tin t sen d s, U n til a s o ft ly , crim soned g lo w ' / O ’e r a l l th e sk y is spread. ’T is c lo se o f day, b u t jptill th e sun, T h a t-la te held -u n d isp u ted sw a y / • C om pletes th e w ork so w e ll begun, . And w ith - i t s b rillian t-h u ed d isplay. S till, m akes its p resen ce known. W e look around, to 'le ft, to righ t. B u t s till th a t s o ftly crim soned glow ■ E ’er seem s to m eet- th e lin g erin g sig h t, And to the w on dering m ortal show T h e beauties. God hath w ro u g h t O, arch in g sky, though w on derou s fair, Y ou ever seem to sh u t roe in You m eet m y v isio n everyw here— ' B u t w h ere you end, or w h ere begin, N o hum an ey e can tell. \" And so, no m atter w h ere I go. You ever form a circle round W h at lie s beyond I little know— B u t fr o m ' you r prison I h ave found T ...

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 — 22 May 1913

: ' i' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 22, 1913. Entered in the Post-offloe a t Sturgeon Bay, WIs., as second-class m atter. DUDLEY S'! LONG, Business Manager. Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, AVIs. RATES OF SU BSC RIPTIO N. One y e a r.. . . . '..................... .$1.50 Six m o n th s...................................... .75 F our m onths................ .50 Two m o n th s. ....................... 05 Single conies....................... .................. .05 Two dollars w ill be charged if not paid w ithin the year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., May 22, 30137 \\ A Grasshopper War. In another column of today’s paper we are publishing an account of-a-meeting of the Men’s Club of Ephrftim a t which they planned to make a war of extermi­ nation on the grasshoppers of this coun­ ty. Durjng the last few years these in ­ sects have’become so thick .-S8,,to totally destroy crops and thus fan* have been left to Providence, the i weather and luck to look after them. ' Fortunately the ...

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 — 22 May 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 22, 1913. LOCAL K. P. Meeting.—There will be aspecial ■-meeting of the K .'P . lodge on Friday evening to confer the Rank qf Page, , Missionary Society.—The : Woman’s M issionary'Society of the Congregation­ al eliurcii will meet with Mrs.'Overbeck on Tuesday, May 27th, a t 2:30 pi m. . Woman’s Club Meeting.—T h e: next\" meeting of the Woman’s'.' Club will be held on Thursday afteriiooh, May 29tli, a t 3 o’clock. Thi3 -is the last meeting of the fiscal year, and/members are request­ ed to attend./'.', ’ ' - Church Socials.—The ladies of the Ger­ man Lutheran church will hold an apron sale and.social a t the home xu Mrs. Otto ErdTriari, and the ladies of St. Joseph church at Mrs. Ben Miller’s in the ^sher­ iff’s residence, both this (Thursday) a f­ ternoon. • Tax Sales.—The tax.-sale in .the. office of Treasurer Miller a t the courthouse oil Tuesday morning was an animated af­ fair, there being a dozen bidders for the certificates. The total in...

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 — 22 May 1913

THE STDRGEpif BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 22, 1913. ’**»■ u m s o r u b A o v c k o ttx t - The flash of gun, th e d a s h of steel, A re mingled w ith the th u n d e r^ p etrtr And h oarse com mand and booming gun \"With, victor’s shout and vanquish’d’8 groan, T he s trife of m ortal ear resounds\"' F ar, fa r beyond the vision's bounds — A veil o f m ist the b attle shrouds:— They’re fighting fa r above the clouds!’ Lo! up the rugged hetghts am ain . They strive am id the leaden rain To com rades shouting! \"H igher! H igher’’ W here first the s u n 's trlk e s up his fire W here s'hricks (he eagle free and far, W here sw ells-t'he tido and din of w ar F or there,, th e S tars and Stripes m ust, stflnd, A beapbn lig h t to all the land A n d /th e re the S tars and S tripes sh all ■ /■ w ave ■ . O’e r m any a fallen herb’s grave. ' 1 ■ They ,fall b u t perish not. They cam e Insp ired by Freedom’s sacred flame T h e y , came from m ountain, plain, and dell, ' A nd homes th a t lo...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 May 1913

■ TttE^ST^CaEOw.: JB ^ i» y p C A X E , MAY 22 1913. A V O X C X ? B O k T K B C H E B B Y T B S E . “You a re a\" little thief!1' I said /T o robin red-breast blythe and fa t 41You stole m y cherries ripe and red. Now w h at have you to say to th at? You need not say you m ust be fed— • Begone, or you’ll get ’tit fo r t a t 1 ” I n songful speech he softly said, ~ ' H is bosom glow ing like the morn: \" I take my pay In cherries red. F o r w orking in your*vines .and com T h a t is the w ay I earn my bread, P ra y drive me not aw ay w ith scorn. \"M y sw eetest s tr in I sing for you, • M orning and evening from my croft.” And then his brow n w ings shook the dew . In show ers from his green organ lo f t \"B efore you sin g your la st adieu.” I said in accents slow and soft, \"Sw eet robin, eat ■ my cherries red,, ' I w ill riot call you thief again ’- ■ You fairly earn your daily bread, Long as you please, blythe bird, refhain U nless our chorister is fed, ... ' H e w ill n...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 May 1913

/ ■ :Y THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY-22* 1913. COUNTY NEWS [ContinuedtTrom First Page] ' • A conple: of children of William Miller are. confined to their homo by-an attack of measles. V ' There was a barn raising at Henry firahdt's on Monday, and as can well-be imagined there was a good time over tlic affair. Hi.R v Isherwood and Beu Goerler were : ihvtown Saturday while in these parts on! business connected w ith the Sawyer Lumber Co. v. •Miss Clara Renard is confined to her home by an attack pf diphtheria, and as .a result the place is under quarantine. •The case is reported to be a'mild, one, however. ' Mrs. Henry \"Boyd, who lias teen Visit­ ing [at thq home of her parents', Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Plinske, for a shor^ time, returned to her home in Sevastopol on Wednesday. Work was the first of '.the_ week com- ■njenced on the improvements tliat are being made on .«the premises of Wm. Bastar, which consists of having cement walks laid arojind the house and garage.! • The marri...

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 — 29 May 1913

W k ‘ * -. , I V ’- ^ 4 , r ' , ■ ’, , ■ • . / '■*■ •â–  ' ■•' ' ' ’ 7 ■' 1 \"-' ' • % : \" \" ‘ C * ^ V ’ ' . S J&SFr - J^ '’ VOL. 52. NO. 10 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1913. LOCALS GENERAL MARINE NEW 1ST A N D A B O U N D CH ICAG O. [S p ecial C o rresp o n d en ce] The. motor lighter Cruso was in dock a t the Dunham. ard within the u eek to liaye a loose wheel refastened. The grain-drying'steamer Helena last week took- her departure-for. Buffalo, , where her owners have on hand a big1 job of grain drying. \" • • • ' The old Rock Island elevator near 12th street is being torn down, which Will leave only three or four elevators left in th a t part of the river. Wm. P. Larson, formerly.keeper of the lighthouse at Waukegan, 111., lias been transferred to take cljarge of the light 'a t Pentwater, Micli. A. J. Davenport of the latter place went to the Waukegan light. . . . . 1 . . The schooner George A. Marsh is at ■ the Cliicago Shipyard Co., wherfe. she 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 — 29 May 1913

TH E STURGEON J8AY ADVOCATE, MAY 29, 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. ■ ■■,-■ A $50,000 bascule bridge will be built ■■':,■ to replace the ’present structure at Eighth street, Manitowoc, the council having approved “the report of the bridge committee. Eleven Chippewa. Indians oh the Coud- eray Indian reservation died during the /■ past toil days, all'from natural causes. This is out of a population numbering 1,000 Indians. , Nine eases of smallpox are reported at the government, hospital a t Kenosha on ■ the, Menominee Indian reservation. They are stdents at the government school, which, with the hospital, has been quar­ antined. ' ' ' .. While temporarily insane Mrs, Caro- line Tutas, 48 years old, of the village of : Pound walked a quarter of a mile from her home and drank the contents of a bottle of acid. She is survived liy. her husband and several children. The Hawn sawmill with all its con­ tents a t Rock Elm was entirely destroy- N- ed by fire Thursday night. Th...

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 — 29 May 1913

THE SXURGEOH Popular Talks on law. SIGNING A NOTE. IBy Walter K. Towers, A. B., J, D., of Mich. Bar] One noorf while Jason Edwqrds was sitting ’ on. the porch o f his . prosperous , farm home, resting before he returned to the fields, a shiny top buggy drawn by a long-legged bay drew into the side yard and a brisk younjf man descended. He presented the card of the National Silo Co.,-and solicited an order.. Mr. Edwards needed a silo and signed an order for one, to be erected later. He read the or­ der carefully and noted, its contcrts. It clearly read as an order for a silo, for the erection of which, if completed with in sixty days after date, he w is to pay 5100.00. No silo appeared, nor coil'd Mr. Ed­ wards. locate the company, but he saw nothing to worry about untijy sixty days later,, a near-by bank presented to him for payment a note for $100.00 in regu­ lar form and bnaring his signature. He protested that he had signed ho such note, yet acknowledged that it was his \" sig...

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 — 29 May 1913

DR. H, A. NORDEN LEAVES CITY. Entered in the Poet-office tct' St'Cllr^eoh Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. 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 B ay .: W is. R A T E S O P S U B S C R IP T IO N . O ne y e a r . ) . ......... .$1.60 S ix m o n t h s . , ................. ...................... .7 5 F o u r m o n th s ..................... 60 Two m o n th s ................., . .25 S in g le c o p ie s ........ ..................................... 06 Tw o d o lla rs w ill be c h a rg e d if n o t paid w ith in th e y ear. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., May 29, 1913 Our new department, “Popular Talks on Law,” is being very highly commend­ ed by our readers, and we\" are asked to keep it up indefinitely. Tins week we publish “Signing a Note,” \"which is found on the third page. W e’ would advise everybody to read it carefully. There are persons forever traveling thru the country districts, who. make it their business to catch the buying publ...

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 — 29 May 1913

* THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 29,'1913. W s ’ .No 'Sch§0b—Itje re / w ill b e na.^essiojig o f th e public :-or vpartehial ^ghoois b n F riday , Decoration D ay. - L e tte r L is t—-Following is th e uiiclafhi- ed l e tte r ' list:.! Chasi E lliott, Ploisko G ubrznis,' Ed Olson, Geo. P alm er, Carl A lf P eterson, Agnes' W enk,„2. L arge Communion Class.-—There will be A .class of -tliirty -^ x boys and girls ta k e their first H oly i communion a t St. Joseph church o j Sunday m orning. .. . A. P re tty Window.—One o f :th e very p re tty window decorations, for M emorial D ay -is th a t of Richard W eitlich. which has . been attractin g - considerable a tte n ­ tion th e p a st several days. Dog O rdinance—The attention of the ow ners of dogs is respectfully, called to a- notice published in another column. T h e:ordinances, in force a re going to be enforced, so if you value you r dog read th e notice. j Finish Their. Office —The w ork of- re ­ building, th e office of 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 — 29 May 1913

THE SXURGBOir S a t a d v o c a t e . 29,M913: THE U m i E - All day the rulri fell o'er the land ' liike\" a dark curtain, held on high' By some unmoved, unweary hand, • Agdinst the hidden sky. The south wind chanted'fretfully : Around the house an eerie rune. A s if May wept regretfully That she must go so. soon. . My mood was like the dreary day— No heart for smiles, no voice for song, As in a hopeless, weary way X watched the passing throng. /'-'■■ When suddenly, as oft before, I spied a form in failed blue Ho passed, but left within my door A letter, love, from you. , The wind is hushed,.the rain is done A song leaps to my lips, and I Smile w ith the smiling sun. W hat arm hath conquered thus, or when Hath w arrior such a. victory scored? Surely the word is true, “The pen Is mightier than the sword!\" And as I watched the cloud-ranks part, Methinks IJjear thina answering call— “ .’Tis tru e 'b u t yet .’tls to Love, dear . heart, • That's 'm ightier than all,. W ith power t...

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 — 29 May 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, ISAY 29,1913. and Mom*. THE WIBHUTO FLOWER. In th e fallow mold of th e garden, U nder the sw eet May sky, A tin y cry p t X hollowed ' A t dawn of a day gone by ' W ijh ferv en t wish thrice spoken, ■■/. .■/ (So runneth the olden rede) Therein I hid from the sunshine A curious alien seed 'A nd-half in je st I- whispered, And h alf in earnest: \"Lo! • • H I give to the sibyl, D estiny, * T his-m agic seed, to grow !” vBourgeon, .and bud, and blossom, Strange flower of th e E a stern land! Blazon the m ystical presage : - \"( My soul m ay understand G ather the gold of the morning. The b istre and purple of eye. And into th e ir m arvelous blending , The omen I long fo r weave! The au gurs o f F ate have spoken, I love, and my love loves me! Give me a sign and a token— \"What sh all the sequel be? D ay by day, in the sunshine, N ight by night, in the dew, The slender stem crept up and. tip. And th e tender branchlets grew And ever, in sheen and shadow...

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 — 29 May 1913

T H E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 29, 1913. Ahead? C liililren grow ra p id ly . I n a few y e a rs tlie ir c h ild ­ is h b eau ty an d a t ­ tra ctiv e inn ocence w ill 'be o n ly a m em ory . M any m o th ers have* us ph o to g rap h th e ir little o nes at re g u ­ la r in terv als. LIFE IS SHORT for th e o ld e r folk. B e tte r have, us p e rp e tu a te th e ir faces for you-.. S pecial S tyles fo r F irs t C om m un­ ion a n d C onfirm a­ tio n . - T h e P h o to g ra p h e r in Y ourjT ow n. Rieboldt Studio P h o u e 2GSI O v er S tiles Go. Lawrence Market. Phone 55. • A . H U X FO R D , Prop. I will have on hand for Sat­ urday Chicago Beef, Spring Lamb and Chickens! Don’t forget our Saturday. Bargains for cash. .W e deliver on the W est side ev- ery day. Cali early. 1 Gasoline and Kerosene Best on the Market today, tomorrow and always. * . Send us your orders. C l a r e k g e N e l s o n ■ Saw yer, AVis., P h o n e 3234 Agent for Door and Kewaunee Co’s. COUNTY_ NEWS....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 June 1913

VOL. 52. NO. I I STURGEON BAY, WIS , THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL pfGENERAL MARINE NEWS Raised the Tug Duncan City. Diver Pearl Purdy succeeded in rais (ing the tug Duncan City, which was sunk a t Manitowoc, completing the job Monday, returning to his home in.'this city\"'on Tuesday. .' It was necessary to cofferdam the tug before an attem pt was made to raise her, and Diver Purdy was highly compli- menttd on the excellent work he did in this particular respect. W ien lie had finished his part, a pump was put in the . craft and she was raised to the surface and taken to the shipyard, where it was found that the sea-cock was open. Capt. .Jack Cullnan took the- craft to Chicago. Diver Purdy lias also made arrange,- onents with the Baker Bros, of this city for the raising of the tug Minnie W ar­ ren, which lies in . the mud under the north boxes a t the shipyard. He will take the boiler and,engine out . of the craft and pull the-hhll out’ of the way. The derrick scow Adv...

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 — 5 June 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 5, 1913. FORTY AND FIFTY YEARS AGO. News of Fifty Years Ago. \\ The sum m er school of our village com- nienced on M onday last w ith Miss J. R. Nelson in, charge. The schooner M aine, Capt. Hanson, is loadings lum ber a t B radley's dock, and the,^schooner Faleo, Capt. F. Wood, is loading railroad ties a t'S h a w 's dock. B ifths.—In the tow n of Sevastopol, to M r. /md M rs. Denis Crowley, M ay 21st, a son in the tow n of Nasewnupee, to M r. and M rs. J . P. Simon, May 29th, a daug hter a t Sturgeon Bay—-To Mr, and Arifs. Joseph H eb ert,M ay 27th, a son to 'M r. and M rs. E. S. Fniler, M ay 31st, a Son to. M r, and Mrs. E. M.' Squire, Jun e 1st a s b n to Air. and Mrs. Edw ard B at- tershill, June 2d, a daughter. The issue of this date has some very interesting accounts of th e battles that, have taken place. One i3 from th e gun­ boat fleet giving a description' of the en­ gagem ent th a t took place on' th e ' Red River which prevented aid bei...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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