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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAY.'ADVOCATE, JULY 10, 1913. TU U GUUBB. T h e se a re th e dew y m eadow p a th s W e tro d a y e a r a g o ' A n d ,h e re w e h e a rd th e riv u le ts ru n , A nd sa w th e co w slip s blow ! . T h e se a re th e w a y s w e w alk ed b e n e ath T h e m oon’s tra n s lu c e n t b eam s— T h e h ollow d e lls -th a t M em ory H a th peopled w ith h e r d ream s'. T h e se a re th e d a isy -d o tte d leas, T h e y ello w m iste d g lad es, T h e g ree n \"vales, w ith th e ir frin g in g , w oods, A nd v e rd u ro u s a rc a d e s .' W h e re o ft, in su n n y a fte rn o o n s, W e w an d ered f a r a n d w ide, F re e a s th e b lith e s t w in d a b ro ad . A nd a lw a y s sid e by' side! W h e re is th e golden g lam o u r, love. T h a t v a ile d o u r p ro m ised lan d ? ‘ T h e p a ra d ise, w hose open g a te Seem ed j u s t bey o n d o u r h an d ? -W here a re th e. s o ft e n tra n c in g d re a m s T h a t co lo red g lo rio u sly . W ith a ll th e r a d ...

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 — 10 July 1913

I r- THE, STURGEON BAY ADVOCAtE, JULY IQ, 1913 Entered ln'jthe Post-office at Sturgeon Bay, WAijfeas second-class matter. • Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wls. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business' Manager. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year....-'........................... , $1.50 Six m o n th s.......................... .76 Four m onths... J ,. .........................50 Two m onths. ....................... .2R Single copies.. •. . . . --------- 05 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. \\ Sturgeon Bay, \" Wis., .July 10. 1913. Resigns As District Attorney. ' Judge-elect Henry Granss on Monday filed -his resignation with ■ the .-governor, tliTO' Sheriff Ben Miller, as district al torney of Door county, same to take ef­ fect at once. . . ■/\" ’’ This is in accordance with law. The . Sheriff then files the resignation with the county clerk, who notifies tlie gov­ ernor. Who will be the successor of Mr. Granss is' not known, there fcoing two of the attorneys who ...

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 — 10 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,) JULY 1C, 3513. Poicas Society r—The Dorcas Society will 'meet with Henrietta Rysdorp Tues day, July 15,tli, from 3 to 8 o’clock. Letter List.—Following is the adver­ tised letter list: H. L. Jensen Inez Johnson Mrs. Henry Larson Mrs. Robt, ■Perry.' ■ • , M amage Licenses.—Richard P. Kalms, Baileys Harbor, and Emma Staver, Sis ter B ay Emil G. Roeser, Sister Bay, and Eveline G. Nys, Sister Bay, Chimney Blaze.—A chimney blaze in the residence . occupied by Louis Remil- lard shortly after noon on Tuesday call­ ed out the entire fire department. No damage was done. Long Auto Trip r—On Monday ah auto arrived here from Cleveland, Ohio. It -..■contained Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bftrkerard, who were making a pleasure trip among the lfumcro'us summer resorts in this county. . Board of Review.—The board of re ­ view- has been in session since Monday, and it Will probably be the first , of next week before it finishes its labors of look­ ing over the assessments...

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 — 10 July 1913

, THE SXDBOEdH .“ AbV6cA.TE, JSXYlO, 1913. . tOVE’B SVSFSS8S. ■ Yes, I love you, p retty tnaid, Sw eet and' fa ir and w itty I have loved you in th e'g la d e, Loved you In the city. F o r a-love ns tru e as m ine r C llngeth like the tender vine Som etim es m ore's the pity. “W hy?” you ask me,' little one.’ ' G an’t you see it\\e le a rly ? ,, A s th e b rig h t flow er loves the sun, So I love you deaVly Should the su n refu se to shine, T hen th e hum ble flow er would pine, A b m y love h as nearly. . ' ' ■ A s the b rig h t s ta rs up above O n 'm e now a re sh in in g \\ L e t your fond eyes fu ll of love, - A ll m y need divining, : \\ T u rn to m ine theix' w ells of blue, W ith th y pure soul glim m ering th ru , H e a rt to h eart inclining. ' '- N ow I see your m aiden blush, . Tender, bright, appealing, .And above the rosy flush G lances full of feeling. : ' Y ou Were w aiting, m aid divine,' T fll I asked you to be Jnine, Scarce- a sign re v e lin g . I, your lover...

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 — 10 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JULY 10H9I3. WBYWASTB YXBDA*? ■■tyh y _ w aste the day, beginning w ith T h e m o rn ln g tim e so fresh and b rig ht? W hy press so long the pillow white, A nd sh u t from out your room the light? Up! Join the fray — W hy w aste the day? W hy w aste the day in Idle talk? !- The tongue th a t like some jingling bell. H as alw ays some new tale to tell Of others, seldom runneth well . In gossip—pray W hy w aste the day? ' Why w aste the day*w ithout an aim? W hy fold ,the hands and s it ap a rt W ith useless brain, and w eary heart? Up from the highw ay!'m ake a s ta rt W ithout delay— W hy w aste the day?. W hy w aste the day while others toll? The h arv est ripens in the. sun. The reapers g ather one by one. The flash of sickles has begun— No longer stay — W hy w aste the day? W hy w aste \\the dya? ’tis afternoon, The poor Tost- hours w ill ne’er come . back, \" You le ft them on the m orning track. I f they w ere'void, your soul w ill Jack. Make has...

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 — 10 July 1913

: t: ir THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JBXY 10, m 3 . ' COUNTY NEWS. [C o n tin u e d F r o m F i r s t P a g e ] The 4th was spent in a pleasant , quiet and sane way. The picnic at West Har­ bor was largely \"attended, the receipts of the day being a little.over .$50. The stork visited, the hopig ofM r. and ■Mrs. Walter Chambers and left a dear little boy. This should hav.e .been re ported last week,.'-blit the (lights of this rnyste,rious bird were so swift last week that- we couh! scarcely keep, track of him. 'M r s . Theodore Gudnvundson was taken to the hospital last week, where on S at­ urday she found a little boy, which left again on Sunday. The general • expres­ sion of everybody here is with profound sym pathy. “Oh, it is too ,bad that he /didn’t stay.” SEV A ST O PO L. John Krebbers of ou r.: neighboring town of Sturgeon Bay has had an addi • •tion 30x56 feet built to hi3 -barn re -cently. ' N. ^ Mrs. Christianson of Whitefish Bay buffered a ‘ dislocation of the elbow, t...

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 — 17 July 1913

for Jicr Cov Fatr The Biggest Door Co. Fair Yet, Sept. 16. 17,18,19. VO L, 52, ~ NO. 17 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. JULY 17. 1913. . j mw ~! ' ‘M *■ , 11 , f Sept. IG—19.' ' ' ' . ' : ' 1 • \"o m v ^ LOCAIlsS® GENERAL MARINE NEWS Barge on the Beach.4 The barge Levi Grant of 'Marinette •was blown onto the bepch near' Little ‘ Cedar River during the heavy southeaster of Friday night. The craft had been ly­ ing at. anchor off the shore about five rundred feet and was being loaded with cedar posts rafted out to her. The gale .which came up during the night caused her to drag anchor and piled her up cij the beach. The G rant is owned by Capt. Wilbur Anderson of the tug Satisfaction, the la tte r craft being a t Menominee during th a t night. The higlrw ater during the storm caus­ ed about 1,000 logs lying on the beach at L ittle Cedar to float aw ay and these are - now scattered along- the shores of Little and Big Bay de Noe The logs are owned by Spies & Thompson of Menominee,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 July 1913

M l FIFTY YEARS AGO. News.pf Fifty Yean Ago. Married.—At Sturgeon Bay. cm the 'Jllh hist., by Hon. M. E. Lyman, Thos. I^Rohh to Mish Adelaide King. . ■ :TVe learn tb*t Sheriff J. E. Thorp has Jtoen appointed postmaster af Egg Har- :/l»r, vice Judge Lyman, resigned. ' The crops generally in Door county . --were never finer than, now,‘st-lho in some ja r t s the spring wheat is suffering for -want of rain. tVc are pained to record the death of m Door county boy, Serg. Daniel O’Leary, sof Sevastopol, who fell shot thru the dhead and breast while gallantly leading It is company in the 4th Wisconsin regi- aacnt .at the attack on Port Hudson on ihc 14th of June. He was a fine young \\rman and a faithful soldier. ^News-from the seat of war tell of ■the surrender of Vicksburg, an extra . -edition of the paper having been pub- -.lislied on July 11th containing the glad tidings. There is a long»editorial on ■tbe suppression of the Chicago Times by •General Burnside for treasonable utt...

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 — 17 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADyotATE JTOY 17/ W13. siUUDBO nstOR m oo n lig h t! d.hd lea O h! R ita , lo o k 6tlt a t th'o T h a t.s n o w s OVeV* g a rd e n L ook y o n d er. YoU s a y i t is d d rl ___ T h a t b e a u ty t h a t .g litte rs fo r m e? T o m e ’tis a glorified, c o u n try , W h ere s ilv e r atid ebony gleam . A nd th e ,fa r-a w a y s ta r s s h in g ln g y o n d er T h e -lig h ts in a -m in a re t seem .. • And- yo u n o th in g see o f th is 'g lo r y ? : A h! K ita , I find y o u r m is ta k e / y o u /lo o k fro m th e la m p -lig h te d c irc le : W ith n e v e r a sh ad o w to b reak , - ' P u t u p th y fair- han d s, p r e tty R ita B ach sid e o f th y fac e an d look out. S o s h u t a sm a ll seg m en t_ o f d a rk n e ss A w ay fro m th e glow ro u n d a b o u t.' See! now y ou a w ak e to th e v ision, F a ir g irl, 'tis th e s to ry rieW—■old, ' T h a t o u t o'f L ife’s d a rk n e ss, s till look- ■ \\ ing, - •• ■' T h e g lo ry ab o v e w e behold. A ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 July 1913

TH E STURGEON- BAY ADVOCATE, JU L Y 17, i e i 3 . Unteredv in the-' Post-ofllc-e' at ■•Sturgeon ■ ■•Bay, Wts.-, as second-class matter. ’Published-'Every Thursday a t Sturgeon liay. Wis. “ DUDLEY S. LONG, ‘ Biteibess' M anager. / ... . RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'O n e y e a r . .............. $1.50 ’•Six m onths .............. .. .75 .SXiur m o n th s ,.. .......... .50 '\"Two m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . ........ .25 •Single co pies. ........... .05 Two dollars w ill be charged if not paid W ithin the year. Sturgeon Bav. Wis., Ju ly 17. ,1913. : . TH E TARIFF. ’ . •i Tlie. new tariff bill, as approved by the D emocratic Senate caucus, is now be fore th e 's e n a te for final consideration .. ‘and action and from now 011, during th e next couple of m onths, there wiil he tariff speeches galore. S n iato r Mi-Cum Tier of N orth D akota, opened fi -c on the bill Tuesday, endeavoring to show how .the enactm ent of the Underwood hill ' w ould be a •bad blow to every American • fa r...

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 — 17 July 1913

TH E STU R G tO N BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 17, Vsi3. , LOCALJTEMS. f ’ Appointed Court Commissioner—-Couri- 'ty C5erk:E,.M .LaPlant w ithintlie.w eek received t ne appointment' of court com­ missioner from Judge Samuel 'D. Has-. \": tings.. ■ Letter List —Following -a re fh e , un­ called for letters a t tie local: postoffice: .Mrs. P. J. Ahneyer, Henry Gerard. Flor­ ence llanse, Jas. Mnrrier, Kud. Olson, Henry Quest, Mildred rTassbedner, Mrs. : Herman Wilke. ‘ Operated for Appendicitis.—Hattie, the 14-year-old daughter of Fired Voight of. Forestville, w a s oh Tuesday ' operated upon a t the People’s Hospital for ap­ pendicitis. -The indications are favorable for an early and permanent r^povery. . Test Hose. On Monday evening the -hose recently . purchased' by: the council from the Chicago Fire Hose Co. was te st­ ed and duly accepted, having withstood a pressure of 200 pounds or more, which is more than was agreed upon. There is 500 feet in the lot. , ■ : Board of Review.— T he...

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 — 17 July 1913

ro tX K E O K A JT 98. P a le w ith e r e d h a n d s , th a t m o r e • th a n ■ fo u r -sc o r e y e a r s H a d w r o u g h t fo r o th e r s — s o o th e d th e h u r t o f te a r s, -• : ' ■ R ock ed ch ild r e n ’s c r a d le s, e a s e d th e fe v e r ’s , sm a r t. D r o p p ed te n d e r e st b a lm in m 'n y an a c h in g heart.— ' N o w s t lr le s s fo ld e d : lik e w a n .r o s e - le a v e s pressed- A b o v e t h e sn o w a n d s ile n c e o f h er ■ b r e a st. ■ In m u te a p p e a l th e y .te ll o f la b o r s d on e A nd w e ll-e a r n e d r e s t th a t c a m e w ith . s e t o f sun-, F ro m th e w o r n b ro w th e lin e s o f ca r e a r e s w e p t ' [ - A s i f a n a n g e l’s k is s th e w h ile s h e s le p t : H a d s m o o th e d ' th e cob w eb . w r in k le s q u ite a w a y ['- A n d g iv e n b ack th e p eace o f ch ild h o o d ’s d a y s ./ .v A s m ile is on th e U p s a s i f s h e sa id , \" N o n e k n o w lif e ’s s e c r e t s a v e th...

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 — 17 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JtL Y ,!Si3. ami . ro*. EnpnoBe.Tmr. ' Sweet- soul of the summer,' ' Intanttltole spirit! - ' , Thy- voice Is abroad— .. In the south wind w e hear it . We. th rill to thd chan t of The brooks and the showers, ‘ In 'silv e r accord Calling up the young dowers! ■'l- The blue-bird Is building : H er leaf-curtained mosque 'N ext door to th e oriole’s , Airy kiosk And th e red-ham m er, haunting ■ The tall cedar spire. Drops down to her nest Like an arrow of fire! The yuaint co.ttnge gables, - The_ gardens , and closes ' Are w reathed and o’errun W ith a great flush of roses - ‘ And the balm -breathing orchards itock low in the -breeze To the drowsy, mellifluous Drone of the bees! Sweet sum m er!, blithe, suihm er! H er coming rejoices . The soul, like the m usic \\ Of tabors and voices! ’ • While carew orn and pain-draw n • A'nd tear-furrow ed faces ■ . ■ Get back some vague touch of ' ■’ YoutK'f^long-vanished graces? The w oodlandNresponsive Take u...

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 — 17 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 17, m 3 . COUNTY NEWS SISTEB BAY. ■ ■ • , '* ■: A M r s . RcM. Seuquist spent -several «laya visiting on Washington Island, w ithin the week. . Misi-es Esther and Ruth Bexstroin re- V turned hero within -.the week after luiv.- ‘ • ing spent the past winter and spring in . Chicago. ' : The Misses Ticda and Kmma Roseii- , gi-en returned to their home here within' • 1 1 the week from Chicago. The trip: was ■ innde on the-Goodrich boat. M rs. Frank-Buiula returned to - hey ’ lionic here from Stevens Point, Mis., where she had attended normal school. : Her son M arcus, is also at home with her..,.-‘ , Mrs. Loriis Lerner was suddenly taken very, ill last Friday and on Sunday she was brought to the Peoples Hospital .A ■ for treatm ent. Matt. Roeser conveying her lierc in his auto. Mrs. Clias. Magnettc and daughter Mary are visiting relatives at Menomi­ nee.—Three of the Arle children of She- boy gun are visiting w ith their grand­ parents:, Mr, ...

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 — 24 July 1913

The Biggest Door Co. Fair Yet, Sept. 16, 17,18,19. r Jgura Ahead for that Big Door Co. Fair Sept. 16—19. VOL. 52. STURGEON BAY, -WIS., THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR \" .* % liOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS XH AND ABOUND CHICAGO. ,, [Special Correspondence] , / The G re a t Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. haB accepted a large contract ofdredgLng a t Alpena. Mich. Dredge No. 6 and tug W. H W ild have departed for- the Mich­ igan port, where tn e y 'w ill rem ain until th e w ork is completed. The tu g ' Earnshaw and lighter Rose Bud are assisting in the w ork of raising th e steam er Iow a, the particulars of the accident th a t ca «ed her to sink in the river\" beintr published a t length on the second page of th is paper. Since ther accident th ere have been a .couple .o t divers on th e job engaged in patching up the hole made by the Sheboygan, and it is expected th a t boat w ill be afloat by the tim e th is paragraph reaches the eyes »f The Advocate readers. I t is reported th ...

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 — 24 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 24,151$, . MARINE NEWS [Continued From First Page! STEAMER IOWA SUNK. H it l\\j- [lie Steam er Shetioyiran »U Clitcauo H arbor anil Sinks a t W harf Smm ■ ■'After, I.osk W ill He H eavy. ■The • steamers Iowa and Sheboygan .co llid ed in the harbor at Chicago Tliurs- i - day morning,, resulting in the sinking of, the former. . - There was a dense fog covering the ■surface of the water a t the t me of the ' collision. The Iowa had. landed her pas- -■Congers' a t the dock and went out into the harbor to turn around. . While she was doing this the steamer Sheboygan ■ was coming.into p o rt, from Milwauvtee. with a load of freight. When the Iowa was broadside, or across the channel, the ■' Sheboygan suddenly hove, in sight and ’ before anything could be done to pre­ vent it. struck the Iowa full force on Die starboard now about twenty feet / back of the pilothouse, crushing a hole in her ' ooden sides 30 feet in diameter. The Sheboygan back...

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 — 24 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 24,1913. BOOK ENOUGH FOB TWO As I came home a t sunset, \" ‘W histling all the way, i Driving my team and wagon, • ' After the work of the day, ’ 'Beautiful Janet Fenton Smiled me a ‘‘How do you do?\" . ' And I said, with pride, \"V^lll you take ’ a ride? . . •. - ' There is room enough f o r ,two.'1 • For she had the bluest eyes ’ ’ Under her curls of browns And the neatest^flgure, dress’d / In a pale-blue printed gown. Fresh, and trig, from her hat To her pretty high-heeled shoe, ■ . And I said with pride, “Will you take , , . a ride? .. . There is room enough for two.” Again and again we met ’ And the liking ever grew, . Till I dearly loved the girl. In her modest dress of blue. And 1 drove her past my home. And I said: \"Tho its rooms be few, If- you’ll be my bride, and sit by my side, There is room enough for two.\" She answered: “W hat of your heart? For unless its love I share, \\ Unless It Is all my own, For your house t do not care. B ut If...

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 — 24 July 1913

-THE SXPHGEOW BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 24,Isis.\" Entered in the Post-offlce at Sturgeon ■ Bay, Wis., as second-class matter. P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg e o n B ay, W is. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. R A T E S O F S U B SC R IPT IO N . One year .$1.50 Bix m onths : .76 ' F o ur m onths................................... 50 Two m onths. ............ 25 ■Single copies................ ..05 Two dollars w ill be charged if not paid w ithin the year. Sturgeon Bay,' W is., July 24,' 1913 Reports from all over the county in ­ dicate th a t this will be a year of boun . -tifu l crops. 'W e have th is - w eek talked w ith farm ers from alm ost every section a n d all unite in Baying, th a t “ it w ill he (h e best year th a t Door county fann ers ever had.” Then, too, it is very likely th a t prices will rem ain firm, which will . mean th a t a great am ount of money will be distributed where it will do th e most good. Therefore, in spite of w hat may happen to 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 — 24 July 1913

THE S IU R G E O j BAY ADV0CATE, JtILY 24, 1D13 LOCALJTEMS. Bradley Street Graded.—The city has caused Bradley street to be graded from Graham street west to Cedar, and the fhorofare is now in excellent condition. Advertised Letters.—Following is the list of advertised letters: Burger • & Burger Mrs. Sarah Bernard Mrs. Anna Great Mrs. K athyrn Franklin Lillian Lindner Will 'Moore, jr. Delia Mose- man J. G. Nugent Nick Webber Ly­ dia Wilson. . Income Board Appointed.—The follow­ ing income board for Door county is an nounced: W. E. Wagener of this city, Roger Eatough of Baileys Harbor, and Ralph Jenquin of Gardner. The board will meet the last week of this months a t the cburthouse., A Runaway.—The hoyse of Street Commissioner John Wollitz became frightened while standing bn the street near the bridge Friday ’morning and ran away. Before the animal could be caught it made a wreck'of the buggy, running thru the lumber yard and colliding with several objects. Counci Adjourns Agai...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 July 1913

■THE STURGEON BAY- ADVOCATE, JULY 24, .1913. OUT W ITH THB TIDE. -Tlift tw ilig h t o p e n e d 'h e r in an tla wide, T he s ta r s on h e r fo reh ead show ing. \\V hilo, ebb in g aw ay w ith the ebb in g tide, ' AVas th e life of a young g irl going V et sw eet s tiii sw eet, w ere th e la s t w ords, sighed , T h ru th e w h ite lips, fa in tly flowing. .\"O iieir th e casem en t, d arlin g , now. T h a t looks on th e g low ing ocean . - N ow so ftly tak e from h e r crad le low ' T he child of our. pu re devotion. . W hile I fee l th e c a re ss on m y fevered ' ■ brow .' _v ■ : . Of th e w andering- a ir 's com m otion. “ Hold h er u p to triy.hosom . dear*, r N c a re r'a n d n e a re r hold her T h a t m y fa ilin g arm s, ere th e n ig h t fu lls drear. • . • . ■ O nce'm ore m ay attem pt to fold'her, H ow lovely sh e looks, 'without doubt Of fear,- ■:'r A s she,-’.'sm iles.. from .y'our -drooping . slioulder! : ' ' \" '' \"O'er the dawn o f her life m y m ortal ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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