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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 June 1913

U:S:\\ y ' - ' : THE SXURGfeoH BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 5, 1913. ■ ■ V ■wm VBH. OAMBZiSB. H e shuffles cards w ith sk ill and h a ste H is diam onds are b u t p altry paste N o h on est liv in g can be m ade B y d elv in g w ith h is paper spade. , H is clu b s w ill drive n o w o lv es aw ay T h a t h ow l where' hun ger’s ap t to stay. T here is no p u lse-b eat in th e h eart. W ith w h ich he p la y s h is w in n in g art. Ttirn from the gam bler's tem p tin g den, T he baited trap fo r ca tch in g men, W here pastim e load s th e hook w ith gold, And sh arp ers w atch th e hand s you .h old , W here frau d a ttem p ts th e m ean d evice O f tam pered cards and loaded dice. Stain not th y h on est hands w ith tools T h at v illia n s u se in fleecin g fools. ’T is n ot am u sem en t w e decry, N or sp ort th a t m akes our trou b les fly, F or noth in g he w ou ld so m eth in g get, W ho sta k es h is gold fo r gain, and y et' H e m ay p u t on th e p rin cely airs, / O f one:-w...

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 — 5 June 1913

THE STtJIJGEOlf BAY ADVOCAyE, JUNE S, 1913 E ntered In the Post-office a t . Sturgeon V Bay, Wis., fee second-class m atter .DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. ’ One y e a r.. ............ .11.60 S ix m o n th s................. 76 F o u r m o n th s.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 (Two m o n th s.. . . ___ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Binsle co p ies. .06 Two dollars w ill be charged if not paid 'w ithin the y ear. . St.urgeon Bay, Wis., June 5, . 1913, Jn the libel suit which Theodore Roose­ velt brought’ against Geo. A, Neivett, th e , Ishpeming editor, the ex-president ■won out Saturday and was awar.ded 6 cents damages. When the ease came up for trial in the circuit court a t M ar­ quette, Mich., Mr. Roosevelt had an a r­ ray of witnesses who testified to his ab stemious habits, and the editor said th at he was convinced of the wrong which be had done and the case was settled very quickly, the plaintiff addressing the court and jury ...

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 — 5 June 1913

% T H E STURGEON ^ 5, 19J3. m m if L O C A L IT E M S . W. C. * » U-'MGEtin^1 T’j-C AV. C. T- U. l i l t a O U i t l .B W ID 1 5 U T U(l «. Vy ■will* meet ■with Mrs, Kid. Simon next Langemak, has this week started out to .T - 110th. A .L ■„_ I i i . ’ ------- -C .1dog3. ------ the distinction of being the first one to pay. b is .d o g -ta x and received/tag No. 1. Treasurer Ollinger, assisted - by J. C. Tuesday,. June U ' ou « » j j ■ T, . - - - - - W ^ C U IC I U l U IC Jlast Masons BanqnetP-Tlie members of *be ■ feft. • T t will be necessary tllt. game played on Decoration day and the Masonic lodge on Wednesday even thereafter to obtain a tag from the city- pounced out a victory, the score stand­ ing indulged\" in a little banquet after t0 p ro t^ y theranim al from being mg l6 11 P-v i,___ • ■ ■■ai • „ taken tip. There has been much com- T W p wna conferring 'a degree, all of which was en joyed by those present. Twin Girls.-—There w ere-bom -to Mr. and Mrs. P...

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 — 5 June 1913

y'rt :.V THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 5, 1913. A WOMA1TB PARADOX. | It vas ‘tht period of tlie Prchch war, ■ with its many Indian outbreaks, which so greatly distressed the people. Incited i by the infamous “scalp bounties” and “captive bounties” offered'in Canada the*- ■ i • ■ - - . - I* VQ^viTt* MV WIIVIVO VUVA VM * • • W1* k A I* V4 (% V My love—so mine in thought and deed 8aVages not only made .attacks in force and name, 1upon That constant one loyal purpose stays— the garrison houses, but singly, or I in little parties, lay in wait on the bor- T et spends itself In sw eet and devious, ders of the forc8V t0 -SetUcr8 waye ■ j who were at work in their clearings, or My love is still the sam4—yet not the goink to and fro on their.long trips to same! - I mill or to procure supplies. Not the wild gush of mingled ectasies— Many w e r e thus foully murdered, or That first sw eet pulse that stirred captured and1 hurried ’ aw ay thru the and woke one night, | woods to be sold ...

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 — 5 June 1913

'TH E STURGEON BA1? ADVOCATE, JU N E 5, 1913. ‘ * . # ard en m A § « w . OVEB TK B Q U O E V TWO X S S S B T B A Y E D . •Over th e 'g ard e n two Wee feet' strayed J u s t five years old w as the dain ty pet. A thoughtful, r o g u i s h and brow n-haired maid. W hose beauty a stran g e r could not fo rg e t She laughed, as over the flowers she b e n t A rippling laugh, .full of bllthsom e glee-— ^ T o b rig h test of' all h er fingers w ent, My love w as picking a bunch fo r me! 3 y purple pansies, she m urm ured low, \"These p retty flowers are th e nicest dressed. A ngels have kissed them, I very w ell know, ’ These gold spots show .w here th eir lips w ere pressed.” T h e child s a t down on th e g r ss plot ■ green, . ' To fashion the bunch In heh baby way, A pansy and leaf, w ith a bud between, ■ i- A th ing of beauty she form ed th a t day. ..W hen finished she held the flowers on high,' A / ’ I-'?'??'?! Then ra n to my side in eager glee •\"These flowers angels kissed,...

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 — 5 June 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 5, 1913. C O U N T ^ ['Continued Prom F irs t Page] th e largest jcorteges-seen in th is to\\vn ship foi' some tim e past. I t was held from th e himse under the auspices of th e •F raternal Order of E ngles the re­ ligious services were conducted by Rev. S. G roenfeldt and interm ent took place a t Bayside cem etery. The tragic death ■of Mr. Volkman w as a great shock- to the com m unity and especially to the w ife, who w as alm ost prostrated. The motive th a t prom pted the unfortunate m an to com m it the rash deed is a m ys­ tery , 'altho he left a letter in which' lie appeared: to be worried over fam ily and financial affairs, which, however, ..were n o t such th a t should have caused . him a n y uneasiness. The le tte r w as of a personal nature, in which the fam ily are bade farew ell, etc. v funeral w ill take-place here a t I I o'clock F riday morning. 1 P robably one of the best puHing team s th a t can be found-in th e county is One o...

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 — 12 June 1913

, ’ / c m m m w r‘ \\ - \" \" \" m w m m , / / i / -V.'-*- : & . . w - VOL. 52. NO. 12 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR ■yfa LOCAL # GENERAL MARINE NEWS New Steamboat Line on Green Bay. We are informed th at the steamer May wood will rjm between Vans Harbor and Sturgeon Bay, touching, a t all the ports on the east shore of this peninsu­ la* I t is. announced th a t she is to make . her first trip on Monday, 'June 23d. The schedule of the company will be issued later. The Maywood is in com- mand of Capt. Chas. McCauley, with Dan McLennan as chief engineer. Six Men Killed in Boiler Explosion. While lying a t Pugh’s coal dock, a t Racine, Wis., the boiler of the steamer E. M. Peck suddenly exploded a t about 11 o’clock Wednesday morning, result- 'Ing in six Of her crew losing their lives. .T he dead are Chief Eng. W. E. Andrew, Adaftf/'Kriegy, Gus Gunderson and M. DownB.- George Turchi, watchman, and Edward Young, oiler, were fatally scald­ ed, while ' ...

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 — 12 June 1913

FORTY AND FIFTY YEARS AGO. News of Fifty Years Ago. In this issue there appears a couple of letters from soldiers at the front telling rtf their * experiences and lopes for victory. The telegraphic 'dispatches from the seat of war tell of several en­ gagements Jroin Port Hudson and Vicks­ burg. Jacob Crass after a short stay wit his family left here last week for Mem­ phis to‘ join his regiment. Jacob will find the hoys at Grand Gulf, “away down in Dixie,” and by the time lie gets there they may have joined the main body of Grant’s army before Vicksburg. In this issue: is an,nceount- pf consid­ erable .length of an accident t’iat.befel the schooner Sarah Clow, a \"vessel that was, built in Door county and which, was commanded by Capt. David Clow of Chambers Island, Ylic Clow was on her return from Buffalo, where she had delivered a, cargo of wheat, when she was overcome’ by ■ a furious ,gale and tossed over the bench at Point Belle, landing in a swamp ' Her plucky cap­ tain a...

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 — 12 June 1913

i h e s t o r g e o n b a y sab v o c a tB j u r e 12, 1913. ora unL B B iau ia. Fallen asleep among her toys . Our little darling lies Hushed Is the music of her voice, And closed her sweet blue eyes. Her little hand Jaeneath her head Tangles her golden curls Her little _ lips are parted red ' Above two rows of pearls. In ruins is her house of blocks, Its walls have, toppled o’er.: Her wooly dog and shaggy ox* 'Are sprawling on the floor. H er patient Iamb beside her stands Her doll, with wondering eyes,. Extends her tiny, chubby hands, ■/ As if to help her rise. How peacefully she sleeps! . Her breath— She scarcely breathes—No, no!, ■ I will ndt think that it is death! . I will not have it so! Nay, it was but a foolish fear And yet it made me s ta r t I did but-dream, for I can hear The beating of her heart. A gentle smile lights up her face She seetns in sleep to roam In that mysterious, happy place ' \"Where visions have their home. • How peacefully she sleeps! May peace Lik...

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 — 12 June 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUNE 12, 1913. Bntered in the- Post-office at Sturgeon Bay,' Wia. as second-daea matter. Published' Every Thursday' at Sturgeon , Bay, Wis. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Owe , year.... .. . ---- --. . . . . . ,B. . . . »x.so Blx months.. . . . . ................ 76 ■ Four months, . ........... 60 ’ Two months ............................. .26 Single c o p i e s . .06 : Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. ■ Sturgeon 'Bay, Wis., June 12, 1013. In County Court A special term of the county court was held on Tuesday, at which tlie fol­ lowing capep were up for hearing t -Estate of And. Berg, deceased final hearing on elg.ime. Claim* filed allowed and jndgment rendered, --Estate o£ Jolw Rohan, deceased first hearing on claims. No preferred claims. Estate of John Gisl&ion, deceased final hearing on claims. All claims on file allowed and judgment rendered. Estate of Dan Burman, deceased fin- ,%1 Sundry pref...

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 — 12 June 1913

i: THE STURGEON BAY . ADVOCATE, JTOB 12, 1913. LOCALITEMS. Flag Day.—Saturday, June 14th,. Is Flag Day. l i t everybody who, has the national emblem display it 6n this oc­ casion.' v ■ v: . '• • Ladies' Aid.—The. Moravian' Church' Aid Society- will meet with Mra E..W. Long npxt Wednesday afternoon. All invited. ' ■ Make Payment on Bridge.—Tlte city on Tuesday-made its fourth payment of _$1,000 to Contractor Reiss on the bridge. There remains to be paid $8,035. Oil arrives.—The three . tanks of oil to be used on the streets of. the city arrived the first of the week, and the . work of spreading it will be commenced at once. Letter List.—Following: is the . adver­ tised letter list: Grace Anderson, Magdline Brandi, Mark Cleveland, Jos. Klink, Alb Knudson, H. Roden, Mrs. Victoria True, Edwin Whitmore. Operated For Appendicitis.—Albert, a son of Ja^ob Staats of Egg Harbor, was on Thursday afternoon operated upon at the People’s hospital for appendicitis. He passed thru the ordeal ...

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 — 12 June 1913

THE STURG : - - - 'I P - i ADVOCATE JUNE I2jj ig is . - I ' ' - - ■ -•V- -. x.ovx ovrtn. 3 . Bent my love a pure white rose , I said: \"O, let it speak to r me! ■ • , F o r as this flower ISTfalr and sweet, , : Ileloved, so a rt thou to me. A lovely messenger, it . comes ■ : ? ' To bring a loyal Jove’s request ■ If , then, thy heart can answer mine, W ear it with pansieB a t thy breast\" M y fair, white rose no answer brought So then, in'num bers sweet and strong, I poured the .passion of my heart And sent my love a perfect song. I said \"If 'thy heart answer mine, . Do fiot,. I pray, one word deny.” I watched—how wearily I -watched!— ■ • B ut to my song came no reply. I sent her then a jewelled toy, ' .'-A butterfly of diamonds rare Andbegged th a fs h e would w ear my gift , ' Amid her wealth of sunny hair.” Ah, then her heart could answer mine! . Touched by the flashing insect’s wing, She saw the beauty of my rose, ’ 8he found that she my. song could sing. And then—how ...

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 — 12 June 1913

Jam Satdm and gomr. 1CAHHOOD. Not till life’s heat has cooled. T h e. headlong \"rush slowed to .a 'quiet pace, And every purblind passion that had ' ruled . . • ■ . ■/’ Our noisier years, at last, - ■' , Spurs us in vain, and, weary of the race, We care no more who losesor who wins— Ah! not till all the best of life seems past her to clieriah' her husband when th cares of life press heavily uponliim and1 to be a very p.rovidence to h er' children. To kndw th at her liuaband love’s her and is proud of her and believes in her j ^hat even'her fault's are looked upon with tenderness that her face, t o ‘one afc least,: is the fairest in all the world that t\\e heart which to her is the great­ est and noblest, holds her sacred in hw innermost recesses above. all other wo­ men, gives a strength and courage and energy and sweetness and vivacity which all the wealth of the world could not be­ stow. Let a woman’s life be.pervaded with such an influence, and her heart th e best of li...

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 — 12 June 1913

’ ^ \\ \" - ’ 1 THE STPRGEON 3AY ADVOCATE, JUNE 12, 1913, / , The Deacon’s Second Wife. at High School Gym Y tVEftMNO June 16 General Admission, 25,c. Seats re­ served Saturday morning at Wagen- er’s drug store at 10c extra. w i f i i i m i h i m i i i i i n » : MAKE YOUR FEET :: HAPPY P ro te c te d feet m ean p ro tected h e a lth . - ■ * 'W h e n y o u ’ve b ee n on 'y o u r fe e t all d a y —th e y becom e tire d o u t, sw eaty, feel as th o u g h you w e re w alkin g on p in s a n d n e e d ­ le s , an d m ak e you feel u n co m ­ fo rta b le all o v er— Sprinkle a little Nyal’s Eas’Em Into the Shoes —do th a t th e first th in g in th e m o rn in g a n d you w ill fin d th e d a y ’s w o rk is m ade m uch ea sier. I t \"won't be long b efore th e feet w ill ca rry y ou th ro u g h w ith o u t tre a tm e n t o f any k in d . E as’Em Is antiseptic and deodorant —it is m e d icated a n d w ill reliev e all cases o f tire d , sw eaty fe e t an d lessen s th e chance o f y o ...

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 — 19 June 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 13 STURGEON BAY. W1S:, THURSDAY. JUNE 19. 1913 LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS Schooner Resumption Ashore. The schooner Resumption, Capt. A. T. Hanson, ran onto a projecting’ reef at Chambers island Thursday night', while bound from .this port to-:Mells Mich., for a lumber cargo. • - . Word was sent to Rieboldt & Whiter from Fish Creek by Capt. Hanson Fri­ day morning a sk in g 'th a tth e y dispatch a tug to the assistance of the Craft, which was resting easily on a sandy bottom and uninjured,. being .out about six inches, forward. The tug Irina L. Wheeler, which Was ju st being gotten in , readiness, to go to Green Bay, was aent to the scene of the stranding Friday evening in command of Capt. Jim Tufts. The tug Satisfaction, Capt. Anderson, also went from.' M arinette to the aid of the distressed' seho'oner. By dredging the Band away' with their wheels, the -two boat3 were enabled to pull the ves­ sel into deep water after: working until p o r tly after -noon on Satu...

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 — 19 June 1913

d FORTY AND FIFTY YEARS AGO. News of Fifty Years Ago. This issue contains touch about the Vallftndigham: scandal, in the neighbor hood of three columns of the editorial page being devoted to the subject. . The telegraphic dispatches from the - scat of war contain no especially impor­ tant engagements, there being short ac counts of skirmishes at different points in the south. The Aveckly meeting of the Union Club shows that a class of 43 individuals had sent in their names as members of the organisation, all of whom were from the town of Gardner. Tnere, is a scarcity of local nows, the only item being the announcement of an incipient fire in the Cedar Street House occupied by David Houle, which avus ex tiguished- without much damage. : News of Forty Years Ago The county board mot Tiiesday and organized by electing A. Noble chair­ man. The.timbers of the new vessel build- : ing at Little Sturgeon: are in position and- the planking is being put on. Messrs. T. L. Huiues and William F...

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 — 19 June 1913

* -i. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATEJUJTE 19, 1SJ3. ■ Y \" ■ ' ^ w a i a ATTEBHdoar. \"Prom m e a su re le ss c ry s ta l sp aces, o v er­ h e a d „ '-v A f e rv id g lo ry p o u rs o’e r la n d a n d sea, -A nd ■wide th e su n sh in e ’s g litte r in g te n ts a re sp re a d r- • .O n g ra s s y h ill a n d le a T h is is th e c o ro n atio n o f th e y e a r . H is b lith e re ta in e rs , s u m m e r's ro sy , h o u rs, A re cloyed w ith la v is h N a tu re ’s d a in ty ch e er— • T h e f e a s t o f m an y flo w ers N o m ore, b y b ree z y dow n a n d le a fy dell, S h e p o u rs fro m ju b ila n t p ip es a n d v i- b r a n t s tr in g s T h e g lo rio u s a lle g ro to n es t h a t sw e ll T h e sy m p h o n y o f th e s p rin g s! L u lle d a re th e s ib ila n t w h is p e rs o f th e - tre e s T h e b& ted b re a th o f th e e x p e c ta n t breeze P u lsu fa in tly ' a t m y e ar. A bove th e b ro o d in g s tilln e s s o f th e T h e s u n n y q u ie t o f th e h i...

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 — 19 June 1913

■1v-'*v-v.-'Y* :'*'/ , JUNE 19, 1913. f H W M til'll t t l :■ \\ s' '.$/#& td itished, Eve '•tTh'utwiasrVat-- Sturgeon fly,hWl& DljnDLEY- S: 1l,djfG^ Business Manager. ' ‘ RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One y e a r ... *1.50 SIX m onths..' . ... .75 Four months. i... . . . . . . . . - . . ... .50 Two months . / ' . : . v: .*......... '. . .. . .25 Single copies. .-.s V.. .........-.. .05 • Two-dollars w ill be charged'if .not paid wljthln the year.', Sturgeon Bay, Wis., .Tune 19, 1913. Wipefi' Us' Off 'the M4p. - 1 The business men and citizens general­ ly of this city are, indignant over an ad­ vertisement of .-'the-GoodricK'TranBih Co. that appears in the Chicago Tribune. /This gives a. .^ouris^ route of the com- pany!a steaittars,. th map showing the different/places ajt which the boat's stop. This city is^otvon the list, altho Fish Creek Ephraim,-Ellison Bay, . Washing­ ton Island and other places'on .the penin­ sula are. ’jhis appears to be a studied* affront, as'this 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 — 19 June 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADV#CATEJDWE 19, 1513. f:0 €Ab ITEMS: \\ firit seyfiral days, £oses Bicycle.—Somebody entered the yard of ' Will ■ Reinillard Tuesday rpght anff stole his hicycle. ■' ,J?astponejnent.—T-h$ -regular ^paeeiang of.Jtbe city council was ’adjourned frojn Tuesday unfil 'Thursday* w.ening1^ , ‘. j Married.—Miss Lucy M.-Toft and Hen­ ry M. Wilson were -joined -in nnaaniagp at th«' Methodist parsonage ,’ Wytoesday Rfj. J. L. Sizer officiating. -. V: .Roman's - Missionary - • $bhety.MfIie . WjoimnVMi ssi onra ry Soci ety ■ 6 t Gbto»■ gregationiil cl»ujcb’5-9t,ill Rfehard Weitliclren Tuesday Jiijie 24th.. C.-O,. F. Conventipn-^The- convenveii\" twin of‘ the Peninsula C. '0. PI, wiir be ■“held at Kewaunee next' Sunday,'-’wlren. a .large' number of jjeople-will go to out neighboring city’ from 'liere.- ^ ':% G, DxrectoW- Meet:—A ^ meeting oi tlie hoard of director? was held yeBter 1 diy it? the purpose \"of \\ Arfafigitag? a3$ro-' ' gcairrf6r4tlie eritertiiiritS^n...

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 — 19 June 1913

• ■ . THE STORGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 16, 19x3. ‘ ' g o t t t l l . a t t h e i« to ^ w A » c* .: . :/: Last .night, in the hush of my silent .. V room, ' ■\"' Alone, and lonely, 1 sat and wrought . JIfl the checkered web of an airy loom. _ Y*i Plying the mystical shuttle— Thought: Over and under.and thru and thru :The thread was drawn, and the long web grew. ■I heard the drip of the rainy eaves. And far, by wintjry hollow and height. The low lament of the wind that grieves In the. dead, black waste of the mid­ dle-night, ' And the sound of the wind, and the rain on the roof, . . Were woven into my magic woof. Wearily, wearily, thread by thread, ‘ I fashioned Into my stint of rhyme The ghostly colors of dr.eaihs long dead The tarnished gold of my morning- ‘V:. .... time —■ . The hopes’ that faded with evening's glow, And the. Tove: that was ashes long ago. :Stpange shadows 'rustled ' .along the .'floor— I The old clock, ticking. .Against the V . vWall, - : Measured the fl...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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