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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 June 1913

t , ~ , ? , * „, *_________ 1 i h e sstntapns a * % a p v o ia te , ju k e u, i » 3 . _________________________ ‘ ‘ J * \" '* \" ^ 1 KXXP COOL. O h, n ever m ind h ow h ot It is K eep cool. J u s t -Wear a p leasan t sm ilin g -phiz K eep c o o l . . / . D on’t fre t and fu ss,-a n d kick, and stew , An If- th e Joys o f lif e w ere few T h is w eath er’s good enough for you / K eep cool. .-,' I t ou gh t to be h ot in July K eep c o o t -', ' - - O f course, you know the reason w h y /' K eep cool. T h e corn and th in g s h ave g o t to grow W arm w ea th er h elp s them on, you know T h e u n iverse m u st have a show K eep cool. , J u s t take th in g s e a sy fo r a w hile K eep cool. D on’t, try to put on too m uch sty le K eep cool. v W ear ou tin g sh irts, if you ’re a m an I f not, do ju st th e b est you can. Y ou’ll And t h is ’is the w ise st plan ■ \"Keep cool. ' BUILD FOR AND EXTERMIN­ ATE THE-RATS. 1 On the farm s . grain growing, stock feeding and m any other ne...

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 — 19 June 1913

m i i i i H i ‘H i i « » M m i n M i i i i i i i i i i i i i M i M H m i i i n -m i i i i m i i n -H i i i i m i i i i i i i n m i n m i i m i n i yJ MEN AND IN TIME! i7.oo is comp BOYS’ SUITS from $1,95 to Tan Slipon Coats to protect you from Rain arid Dust, 3.65 to 13.00. CLO T H IN G HOUSE I I H H 1 I I l’M H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 1 I I I I I I M 1 111 1 1 1 I »I M W I I I I I I I H I I H - H 'f I I'M-M 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1111 M 'l U M ’f rH 1 1 1 11 I'M I 1'lt H I M I'l l * 111 l l l i l i i l l H - l l i H - H ' l l l l l I I I I I I I I 1 111 11,| I I | | 11 COUNTY NEWS [Continued Prom F irst Page] Ahlswede, the work being performed by day. labor instead of contract.' La3t fall it was so wet that it was impossible to do- the work. This was a bad stretch of - highway \\m d .the- improvment will be much appreciated by the public. There was, a barn raising on the preni- ises of Aug. Pogel Saturday, which was 'participated in. by about fifty neigh­ bors. The structure is 40x100 f...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 June 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 14 STURGEON BAY, WISA THURSDAY, JUNE 26. 1913. LOCAL pf GENERAL MARINE NEWS Jld-Timer. / ' Capt. Arthur- E. bow, of Manitowoc, .toaster and owner of the schooner Au­ gustus, -this ^season rounds out his for­ tieth year as a lake mariner. The gen­ ial skipper is now 54 years old and looks ten years younger. He commenced sail ing when fourteen years of age,' and werit: as..-master, when,, nineteen, During’ this long period he has missed but one' trip and is usually one of the first to be out in the spring, staying out until the ice-forms. Capt. Dow also has an ex­ ceptionally good record with his boats, having lost but one during his life — the schooner La Rabida on the north shore of Lake Michigan about six years ago—and this was not . -aru nis own fault. . .. Capt. Dow- has lOng since garnered enough of • this world’s goods to make it unnecessary for him to continue his' la • hors, but he says \"if I should quit this life I w ould'rust out in a couple of years.” - O...

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 — 26 June 1913

THE STURGEOK BAY ADVOCATE, JU R E 2 6 / 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. , ^ cj Xi :4:- Bayfield has been incorporated a* a city of the fourth claSB under the gen­ eral charter statute. .. The state convention-of \"Eagles .is^be­ ing held at Manitowoc this week, com­ mencing on Wednesday. While showing a couple of lads how to ewim. Sullivan La col, aged 22, was drowned in the Rock river near Jancs- ' ville. . ■■'. ■ , ■ Edward Treblow. a fanner-of the town . of Eldorado, near Fond du Lae, sustain^ ed fatal injuries while assisting in a larn raising, a section of the barn fall ing ori him. . A fire at the plant of the Harcum Fuel Co. Rt Fond du Lac Thursday morn . ing caused a loss of $10,000 and threat­ ened the destruction of- the entire pro­ perty of the compahy. . Roscoe,- the 15-year-old son of Thomas Wishart, of Depere, was drowned Satuf- diy^afternoon while bathing in the Fox river. - The body was recovered and an unsuccessful attempt was made to re­ vive him with a pu...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 June 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUICE ^ 9 1 3 . SfL i - J - 'A\" I T O L D YOTT 3 0 . ' My word you doubted, • v ■ - My fears you scouted. . D eterm ined onward In your course , to go And now repenting, : r •: In tears relenting, Perchance you’re minded .that I told you' . ■.«! '. , / ' ■ D e sp ite \"all p lead in g , * Or Interceding, • • • / • A mother’s anguish, dr sister’s tears, ! W ith comrades jolly, In sin and folly, TTpu’ve -wasted all these precious,1 pre^ ' ' . clous years. ' : Brimful\" of pleasure. You .filled the measure, And steeped ’ your senses In the flowing bowl, , Not thinking sorrow Might strike tomorrow W ith barb of anguish, an Immortal, soul. ' Grown aged, surety ' • Quite prema’turely, ' 1 Wan. weak, Tyith footsteps, tottering and slow, V ■ - He haunts us ever. No longer clever. O r like the winsome child we used to .know. /. •/ / /': No occupation, , No reputation. , No oil of wisdom burning in.his lamp. One day they found him Where depth had bound him...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 June 1913

THE STtJSGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 26,. 1913. Sfa#tur0«w §ag|l$ wr&tc Sintered in the Post-office a t' Sturgeon - Bay, Wla, as second-class matter. . JPnbliBhed Every Thursday' at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. DUDLEY S, LONG, Business Manager. R A T E S O F SU B S C R IP T IO N . O ie 'y e a r., __ •.,____. . . . . . . . . . .$1.50 Six months....................................... .76 .Four months .........................60 - -Two months ................. 26 Single coplesi, ..........’. . . . t ...■ ..,. .06 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. ^Sturgeon \"Bay, Wis.. 'June 20, 1913. On July 1st, 2nd and 3rd occurs the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of Get tysburg, the bloodiest and most decisive battle of the Civil War. On this occa­ sion a-reunion will be held of the sur­ viving veterans of th at great contest, both Union and Confederate, and elab orate arrangements, ate being made for the entertainment of those who attend. The present generation but faintly r...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 June 1913

7 T THE STUBGEOH BAY ADVOCATE. JUlfE 26, 1913. W W ik ' ‘ } * LOCALJTEMS. ^Grading Fajrview Ave—Teams -within ' the -week gradedFairview avenue on the easterq outskirts of the Third ward,' • putting th a t: thoroughfare in excdlent . condition for travel. Baseball Teafn.—There is some talk of making-an effort to organize a baseball team. There is plenty of good material , in the erty for an amateur club if some­ body would start the ball rolling. Tae Weather.—The weatner during the past week was warm and fair with the. exception of Thursday, when an electric storm swept over this region. Early yesterday morning rain also fell, \"but it cleared again before noon. • ■ : Letter List.—Following is ■ the list of advertised letters: Tracy Anderson, Marion Blue Chas. Barbeau, 'Mrs 1 Max Fromm,. Bose Fromm, Lify Huphiite, ''Mrs. G ust.'Johnson, Frank Nelson, J. F. Patitz, Schrader’s Dry Goods Store, F. 0. Young. Union S. S. Rally.—Preparations are being made for a Sunday School rally t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 June 1913

I'e n tu ry Magazinel ^ TRU E AND VIVID ACCOUNT OF TH IS DECISIVE CONTEST W HICH TOOK PLACE .D URING T H E AFTERNOON OF T H E LAST DAY OF T H E BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. BY GBO. E. A. ALEXANDER OP THE CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY. The Reserve A rtillery of L ongstreet'. corps, in t»ie G ettysburg campaign con sisted of the W ashington A rtillery of N ew Orleans, then under M ajor Eslile- mtui, nine gunsw-aml niy own battalion of. t\\venty*six guns. Beside these. tlie a r ­ tillery of the corps comprised Cabell's, H enry’s, and Bearing's b attalions of eighteen guns each. The la tte r b a tta l­ ions w ere usually attached, on the m arch, respectively to MeLaw’s. Hood's, arid P ickett’s divisions of in fantry. On the first of Ju ly, 1863, the Reserve A rtillery was encamped near Greenwood, arid had no idea th a t the g reat b attle of th e ’campaign had already opened about eighteen miles aw ay. E arly in the night, however, rum ors reached us th a t Hill’s corps had been heavily engaged, an...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 June 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUHE 2$ 1913* 6 awlcn and .....SSE.- PAXSCE*. '.'■ There is a farmer who is jry Enough to take -his -ee . And study*nature with his ii And think of what he cc •- He hears the chatter of the jj As they, each other, tt . . - - : And sees that , when a treedkk It makes a home for lob ■ A yoke of oxen he will uu With many haws' and' gg . ' And their mistakes he will xqq. When plowing for his pp. He little buys, but much he sells, And therefore little oo . \" Ahd when he hoes his soil by spells He also soils his hose.. TIMELY TOPICS. TIMOTHY WITH A TASTE. Timothy harvested just as it comes into blossom produces the'highest yield . of digestible material. If cut before or after this time a smaller yield is obtain­ ed. It is true 'that if cut later more ~ tons oi hay are obtained, but it will not be so digestible,, nor so palatable. If cut before the beginning of the blossom it is more palatable and slightly more digest­ ible, but the yield is materially le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 June 1913

'■ V THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 26, 1913. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Here we are with ■ the best Shoes for ■ Summer wear at rea- ■ B sonable prices. ■ ■ ■ Men’s Black Mule-Skin Men’s Black, Tan and ■ Shoes at Olive Elk at ■ ' $1.50 $2.20, $2.45, $2.75 ■ ■ Men’s Black Elk Boys’ at , ■ at $1.85 $1.20, 1.35, 1.50, 2.00 Lawrence Market. Phone 55. A , HUXFORD, Prop. Meats! Meats! ..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 6n the West side ev- e'iy day. Call early. • American Beauty C O R S E T S bring out to ad- vantage the graceful lines oi one’s form and correct any figure imperfect­ ion with perfect freed o m and com fort. -These : corsets include all the desirable ideas known to the worlds best co rset d esig ­ ners, w hich results in stylish gar- - merits with superb ' f i t t i n g q u a litie s . A m erican b ea u ty c o r s e is ....

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 — 3 July 1913

VOL. 52. NO 15 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JULX 3, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL if GENERAL MARINE NEWS VESSEL RAN DOWN IN M IM A K I. Schooner George W. Wescott Rammed By ! Steamer J. H. Bartow During Dense Fog. Brought Into Canal. The schooner Geo. W. Westcott,~Capt. Thos. Olson, was in collision with the steam er J. H. Bartow Tuesday morning. The accident took place about 30 miles ENE of the canal, in mid lake \"abreast ,of Jacksonport, and occurred about 6 o’clock a. m. There was a heavy fog on the lake a t the time, an d . the schooner 1 was bound from Glen Harbor, Mich., to Milwaukee with a load of slabs and hardwood edgings, the Bartow being bound north in light trim. There was little or no wind a t the time and the vessel was hardly going fast enough to have steerage way. Capt. Olson states th at the fog horn was blow­ ing continuously and he cannot under­ stand how it was th at the big steamer should run him down, unless they did not understand the signals. He heard the whis...

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 — 3 July 1913

THE SXOSGKOlt -BAY ADVOCATE, J1II.Y ^ M13, L EX V S R A V E T ^ B TR UTH . The fa ct th a t P resident .W ilson has overruled his a tto rn ey general and Of- dered th e C alifornia w h ite slave cases to tria l does n ot absolve th e adm in istration from /.a larger accounting for th e action ‘o f tw o mem bers of th e cabinet, and the consequent retirem ent of a U n ited S ta tes district attorn ey, tlmri has th u s far been given . . • W e have stated it-a s our opinion th at Secretary W ilson and Attorney-G eneral M cRcynolds were not actu ated by u lter­ ior m otives^ w hen th ey postponed th ese cases and th e case o f the high officials of the W estern, F u el company. Since then, w e have read a t greater len gth th e local, i. e. California, condi • tion s surrounding these cases, the gener a lly ad m itted consequences of their post- ponem ent and the -charges of undue in ­ fluences a t W ashington made b y respon sib lc and non-partisan citizens, and th e m ore w e have ...

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 — 3 July 1913

T H E JULY 3,1913. ■^L '■M: I know or little maiden, '■ .\" ■■■ She .18 only. seventeen, : \\ “ . ...,. \\Ajitf neyer Was''a. fairer lass. :In any land been seen.-. /■' \"With feyfcs like purple parisles,. ' ‘And hair like eunlit Sold Arid all the hours of her ’glad life ■Some newer charms unfold. For she is like a bonny rose . That’s only half in bloom. And she is like the rosy dawn ‘ 'T hat’s breaking o’er the gloom. And she is like all budding things That promise joy to be Arid she's the promise o f my life, . The world and all to me. My life was like a winter night Until I saw her face B ut cold and darkness fled away Before her spring-time grace And when hfer blue-eyes smiled on me . So innocent and sweet, . My lonely heart went out to her, A captive a t her feet. They say she is too young to .wed— * She is only seventeen— • ■ But, since my lassie loves me well, ■What are the years between Her promise and our happiness? , Need life be desolate Since, while s...

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 — 3 July 1913

THE SIORGEQH.: BAY .ADVOCATE,. JULY 3 ,19V3. : S intered in th e Post-office a t S tu rg eo n •-y-'-v B ay W ia , a s seco n d -class m a tte r. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. R A T E S O F SU B SC R IPT IO N . \"One y e a r ............... . . . . . . • • ■ • * •. - $1-60 S ix m o n th s .. . ............ - • .. - ‘0 F o u r m o n th s .. .................... .50 ITwo m o n th s . .................. .j-5 Single copies.. . . . . ......... 06 Tw o d o lla rs w ill be ch a rg e d if n o t paid w ith in th e y e a r. « Sturgeon ■ Bay, Wia.. July 3, 1013. Door County farmers are linppy! And they have ample reasons for this state of mind.. The drenehing showers at op­ portune intervals, have made all .crops .. _ look beautiful and that the yield will be an enqymous one admits of no doubt. A . Sevastopol farmer having business in the Town of Nasewaupee says “I thought our liny would beat anything in the y ' county, but Nasewaupee hay looks- bet -x ter.’’ ' A local business man ba...

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 — 3 July 1913

THE STURGEON- BAY'ADVOCATE JULY 3 i9l3. LOCAL //S ch o o l Board M ectiig.--’The school \" board •will hold a regular meeting next' Monday, evening. Miss Edna Rezin of Warren,' Wis.,'-who had .been tendered “ the 6th grade declined to accept for the /wages paid, ' . ' , ' / / Strawberry Social.—The Ladies’ Aid of the Congregational church will have a strawberry lawn social at_ the tom e of M rs T. C. Procter on Thursday evening. Ju te 10. Everybody is most’ cordialiy invited. . New Delivery Truck.—The Rosenberg Department Store now delivers'its goods in an attractive auto delivery rig simi­ la r to those used by tlie large stores in the big cities. I t is a credit to the store for-which it delivers. ’ . . , /■/ • Musical Entertainm ent r—The • miisifcal entertainment given • by local talent at the opera house Friday night' drew a lair crowd, considering the hot weather, arid all in attendance were \\yell pleased with it. / ' . . Fishing Good.—The tug Sylvia has been enjoying exce...

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 — 3 July 1913

IB* SXTOQIO* Jttir ADVOCATk, JOLT 3,1913. w a, « a * i:oiJ T9i[n» ro»Tim*( “I ’ll tell, you Your fortune,' pretty ■ jh.aid!\" \"You may, if you‘ll tell It true.\" \"Well, 1 c a p see that you love right well . ft. lad in the sailor’s blue. • A' sailor lad with a bright black eye, And a .heart both .kind and strong.” • “Nay, gossip,” she B a ld , with a merry , laugh, .“You/never were further wrong. 'T he lad 1 love has a bright blue eye, A better lad never. was born— ,. He isn’t to match, behind a plough, . Nor yet In the hay or corn. He never was in a tossing ship He never was near the sea His 'home, it stands in a field of wheat, • And under aii apple tree.\" “A farm er boy! And you love him well! Ah, that is a better fate’/ .Just-cross my hand, and: i'll tell you, , • child, '• /: How long you will have to w ait flbre you hhall smile at the weddliw fing ’• And the bridal, morn shall see, And go to the home in the wheat field Set under the_ apple tree. v “It is not long If th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 July 1913

tm m o u rn s.. a . vAVj^mxxmm ntrrr. \"‘I: « n only doing my duty,” ' .-: S aid G race, a s she k ept about ■'■■■. TfcA tsajcff th£t\"frota m orn n il evening •: Wete cleverly portioned out ^qorfighmaTiy w ere’ quite d istasteful, A na m any she fain would shun, , T e t sh e. In h e r lo y al se rv ic e, . Was faithful to eyery one O th e rs m ig h t ch id e h e r d a ily , T • A n d v e n tu re a s te r n re p ro o f ■ , F o r, a la s ! th e re w e re m an y p le a s u re s F ro m w h ic h sh e w a s k e p t a lo o f A n d to th o se w h o fro m s u c h d ev o tio n •The v irtu o u s m aid w o u ld b eg u ile, \" I am. o n ly d o in g m y (uty,” ® S a id G race, w ith a re a d y sm ile. , T h o u g h th e re w ere h o s ts o f d a u g h te rs F a ith le s s to e v e ry tru s t, G iv in g fo r b re a d o f se rv ic e ': . O n ly th e s c a n ty c ru s t. H e rs : w a s a n o b ler rea d in g . O f th e sw eetly -'d iv in e co m m an d : A n d th e lo v e .th a t h e r ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 July 1913

— * _ THE STURGEON JB^Y ADVOCATE, Jp frY S , 1913. ' , - COUNTY NEWS. [G pntlnuedFrom F irst Page] BAttE'SCS H ABBO B. Clias.. Eeinhard transacted business a t Sturgeon Bay-on T uesday,. Mr. and. Mrs. Edwin Thompson of In- , dianapolis. aTe guests of Evergreen Camp this week. - ■. Andrew Brann, jr., left la st Friday for Oshkosh where lie will attend sum ­ mer/school. , P reuter’s mill is now busliy engaged in . saw ing lath, having finished up the run bn shingles la st week. ' ‘ .The Misses K cttie M uchian, M yrtle ,,Collins and Ivy P anter spent last Friday and S atu rday a t Sturgeon Bay. . P e te r S m ith loft for Racine the first of the week to spend some tiqje visiting w ith relatives and friends.. ' M rs. D. Bootcher of Milwaukee arrived here-M onday and will spend a few weeks w itli her mother. Mrs. Johh Oldenburg. ’ Mrs. Kellie Robertson and son Ken. noth returned home Tuesday a fte r a vis it of about four weeks w ith relatives a t - Gillette, Wis. Emil I.qist diul fa...

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 — 10 July 1913

/VOL. 52. NO. 16 STURGEON BAY, W1S.,: THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS Launch Suction Dredge Hydro/' The big suctjon dredge “Hydro”, built by. the Manitosvbc Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., was lauiiched a t Manitowoc Thursday morning, being christened by Mrs. L. E.1 Geer. The craft was built for the Hydraulic Sand and1 Transit Co. of Chicago, and'there were a number of visitors from the W indy City in attend­ ance at the launching, which was a most successful one. After the launching the vessel was towed to the docks of the Manitowoc Boiler Works for the placing of her boil­ er and engine. She is to be ready for delivery on or before August 1st. The Hydro is the largest and mo3t modern steamer of her class on tlie Great Lakes, having a-length of 184 feet and .width of 40 feet with a 19 foot depth of hold. Her capacity is 800 yards of sand. . The steamer will be in command of Capt. James Oakley,, who-has overseen, the construction of the craft, with ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 July 1913

PRESIDENT WILSON'S ADDRESS of the day are the laws upon our statute books. What we strive for is their free- Speech Delivered althe Famous Gettysburg - Battlefielfi.Jaly 4. 1913. ■ .••'Friends and Fellow! Citizens I.need not tell you wiiat the battle of Gettys­ burg' meant. ■ These gallant men in blue and gray sit all about us here. Many of tnem nibt here upon this gro.und in grim and deadly struggle. Upon these famous Jidda and hillsides their comrades died about' them. In their presence it were an impertinence to discourse upon how the battle went, how it ended, what it signified. But fifty, years have gone by. since then, and 1 brave the privilege of speaking to you lor a few minutes of what these fifty years have meant.-.' \"What have they meant? They have meant peace and uhion and vigor, and the maturity and might of a great, na tion. How wnolcsome and healing the peace lias been! We have found one an other again ns brothers and comrades in rms, enemies no longer,generous ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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