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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 July 1913

rrETD U m A PLACE Y ou a re loo k in g a b o u t, • 1 h av e n ev er a do u b t, . - F o r a fo o th o ld u pon th is f a ir e a rth , • Oh! laddie, so trim , * • ■ ■ ' . W ith th e w ell-ro u n d ed lim b , - A n d p rid e in th e p lace o f y o u r b irth . . S u rv e y in g life 's sleep , ' Y o u r y o u n g p u lse s leap, A n d y o u r h e a rt g iv es a ra p tu ro u s bound You w ould fa in tu rn y o u r h an d To som e w o rk in th e. land. I f y o u r place in th e w o rld c an b e found. - T h a t i s e a s y ’ e n o u g h T h e w a y m ay seem ro u g h - A t first, a n d y o u r h e a rt so m e tim e s fa il B u t, w ith re s o lu te m ind, \" Y our p lace you m ay find. A n d speed on W ith a fa v o rin g gale. M ake n o t a fa ls e dash, B y b e in g to o ra sh , B u t le t y o u r good s e n se h a v e f a ir p lay “ B rave, H o n est, an d T ru e ,” : i 1 3 e y o u r-w a tc h w o rd s .s tr a ig h t th ru , T h o m ea g re a t first seem y o u r pay. . A bove all,...

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 — 24 July 1913

' ’ \"IF YOU CAN WRITE A BETTER BOOK—OR V / . 7 / - ^ X ^ - v / „ * \\ PREACH A BETTER SER M O N -O R MAKE A / ' . X / \" ________-________ 4 - __ X ' ’ . ‘ , \\ BETTER MOUSE TRAP THAN YOUR NJEIGfg- r, ,, X ^ \" X « X * ....... .'• ... ' R O R __ T W O ! IP.W Y O U RT Ht TV Y O l IR HHIfQ7 IM ‘ X ‘ .X \" ' • \" ’ BO R -TH O UG H YOU BUILD YOUR HOUSE IN /T H E JXfOODS THE WORLD WILL\"\" MAKE A 7 BEA fE N PATH TO YOUR DOOR.9-Hubbard. 'l V | 1 This is the age of progressiveness. The keynote of success is EFFICIENCY. To keep - in the. front rowa business must grow. Selfishness is no longer a partofthe mercantile code The business which ignores thedemands of thecommunity it serves is bn the road to destruc­ tion. Advancement has accomplished wonders. fr)has placed buyer and seller upon a more equal footing. The basic business principle of the Sawyer Lumber Company is- PROGRESS. It is our constant endeavor to forge aheadX H^nce the forgoing Announcement,/which ex­ plains the advantages...

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 — 31 July 1913

FIGURE AHEAD f o r t h a t b ig DOOR CO. FAIR s e p t , ie —19. \\ TH E BIGGEST DOOR CO.FAIR YET, SEPT. 16, 17, . 18 AND 19. . STURGEON BAY, WIS., TH URSDAY , JULY 31, 1913. V O L . 52. NO. 19 $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS MESSAGE FROM THE ROUSE ,■\"’!*• SIMM ONS., BottlePicked Up On the Beach a t White- ' ■ Bay Containing a Farewell v. c Rrom the Doomed Crew. The-/^tory/of. the ill-fated schooner is ai^in^lffevived by the finding on the beachj horth of the canal of a bottle con- taind^/am essage from' Capt. Chas. Nel­ son, jWfid was. in conunand of the vessel on the mgfifcqhe went down with all hands{-'/'“c'' ''-, ':.' T htf^essage! was found Sunday, by 'a son of? Fra'pkJhauscher, a fisherman re siding-, ab ':Wmtefish Bay,., and whose postd^ce address is Sturgeon Bay, R. F. D. No ’ 3.y The boy was wandering along ttm beach//w hile his father and unole, Ifeniy J^'uschpr, were engaged in at-, tending to their pound net. The boy found a'm edicine bottle , buried in the ...

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 — 31 July 1913

THE STURGEOJT BAY ADVOCATE JULY 31, 1913. STATE IN BRIEF. '^'V, Mrs. S. S. Fificld, wife'.of the former governor, died at Ashland on Wednesday of last week. ■ ,v~-V John Gedlitiski, .a wealthy ,Fond du Lac turmer living near Rosendale. edm- mitteil suicide last week Wednesday. Louis Hall of the town of Maiden Rock is reported to have found a pearl valued a t $1500: lit a clam, being the first picked ■ out of a pailful., * George Spurr, a wealthy farmer of New Loudon, is dead as a result of a . broken back caused by an attack Upon him by an enraged bull. In an attem pt to shoot the rapids at Big Falls o n' the Flambeau river near Tony, and equal the feat of a friend Bert Ovis, ’age 20. was' drowned. Henry Leonard, 25 years old, a brake mail employed by flic Chicago and North Western railroad was instantly killed when lie fell off a box car and was run over by five cars and the engine of the train near Greenleaf. Mrs. Jane Walker of Green Bay died from blood poisoning th at was 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 — 31 July 1913

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JULY 31, 1913. : ?:a^ »xVxBx«ia: »aii* -: ///. . Two hwnes are in Bight of eacti other . in .a green little vaie that I- know, . One a mansion as fair as a palace-^ ■' One a cottage in groves nestled- low. The woman .in one. ever singeth, r -T h o her good man be often away, In the other the lady is silent, Tho her lord a t her side ever stay. Arid the. woman down there in the cot- ■ -V ,tafce . ’ \" V ■ ' . Never mansionward looks with a sigh, While'dhe' of the mansion oft looketh Cottageward with' a tear in her' eye. B ut ©ft when her lord at siesta, Or a t stroll thru his acres-is seen. This- lady w ill steal to the paling •'That etandeth the gardens between. She never would cross the brief lim it— ', She is proud, and her station' is pat— W hile the sister beyond it is humble. And vulgar, and poor, and all that. But my lady, down there a t the paling,. Just bends her proud eat to. its line, And listens,Mn lip-parted-silence v, . , • A s tho f...

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 — 31 July 1913

............. . V . . . . . . . — » THE. STURGEON $ £ y ^pypCATf, iCA?$, jJ l# . - „ - « §ajil|UUmtc ' Jb in ed b in \" trie -pbbt-bfflce » t’%t!draebfl- Bay, Wis., as secona?c)ass matter. , , .P u blished Everg T hursday ^tv^j^rjBrpdn •:.-=■■■— - .- - PU pkEY S. LONG,'• Bua.in^t■ M aip^e^’ One y ear... . . . . . . . . . .... LS-puL. ,'.4t).gQ eu.- m onths,.'.-..... .i.- P our months............... . \" . :Bt) .'Two m onths. ........... .25 ‘e copies ............................. .05 •o dollars w ill be charged if not paid !- yeah1 . .-within the Sturgeon' B a r i,',W is ./J u ly 31,1 1913: / r . ./Over 15,000 copper-mine employfe/: at, •y or near Calumet, Mich., hav.e gonO m b strike, and as the men commenced to get: ■ disorderly, Gov. FerriB'. called’, out the full brigade of Michigan militia, 2,400 , • .strong, and'this force is noW handling ' the situation nicely. This strike is un / der the direction‘Of the. Western Federa­ tion of Mfnere, ihfe organizationwhich...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 July 1913

LOCALJTEMg,: • - •, Building ■ KcHflWcfc-^Ghro)ejr?tSSg®t\" ' ins has? Started the construction -of a residMce on ^orta^fe street laa *3he Thijd. ^ard /h ea r -tbe/E. lth-'Minbr- I premises, , • The fo\\in^tidn .EfW.ieM,$inlii. vi-i- y- -letter.- List.—Following are■••ther ua- ckiifcefl- letters a t: the\" locfil: postoJBcer Grace/Anderson, F.C.- Carrihgtpfij’Helen Gilman, Mrs. • Carl'Xaueng^ein \\lirs. F. •Mora^Hz Pehineuhix'HRt pp.. Mm . \\hfel • . -Mp.-gaja.yiHe, Clara' Volkmah,^Marjorie i'i v o g e f c - - . y / . - • „ / :/-/- _ .. the. j i t t e r f-“=Tfcere. has,, hfeen ‘ '■■■4\" the^atrinwm ialnM rket^i^ thfr paet-couple of ■Weeks,: hot a- single- '•v'ma^iage'Jlicenffc -having: h t ^ 'i ^ e d i hij - :' tha^otistiy.iclerfc^'i'Ia ii- bec&vBeJie*erj*- Hvihg’,that is the t r o u b l e ' -V- ’■ . . .. received here- to the- effect, th a t -Mrs. L. - IttfcS^W ri'had -- beerr-oh*nhritteh- to - the Nortbeina- Hos]uhal for: the/intone- from Oconto-on Thursday, la ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 July 1913

\" T * f » E A * Z X m s w i T X T S A T ' X B X M 'X T .” y - - y / , ■ T h e th ru s h .sa n s h is h fan th e a p p le tree, T h e ap p le tre e w a s w h ite w ith-B ow er, A ll. d ay th e black b ird , w a s fu ll of glee , T h e B ons-sparrow sa n g a t evening hour.’ But O ,' th e broom , th e bonnie,. bonnie broom , . ' • A n d th e. h appy b ird s th a t n e stle in it! , T h e re . is ay e a . p le a s a n t room , - In th e g reen an d y ello w broom , F o r th e n e s t o f th e g ree n an d yellow lin n et. ' •’O Jbirdto!” -I sald, “in th e flow ery thorn, W hy a re you so m e rry ad d ' b rig h t? W hy do you Sing fro m th e daw n o f m orn T ill th e edge o f th e b rooding n ig h t? ” T h e n a b ird ' low dow n in th e Bonnie broom , ’ S ang, \" I am .so read y to begin it, . In th e s till an d p lea sa n t gloom , /O f th e g reen a n d .y e llo w broom . I s .t h e n e s t o f th e g reen an d yellow lin- - n e t ■ • /■ \"M y neBt is low, b u t m y n e s t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 July 1913

w h m b ’S w i f e . W illie’ w ife is a w insom e tiling, P u ll of engaging w ays And W illie's h ea rt is ready tq, sing A cunticle in’ her praise. S he is youthful and gay, and so E ag er to w ander to and fro, : She seem s tp fancy an idle life ' I s best adapted to W illie’s wife. ' E very day, like an honest lad, P rom early m orning till late, W illie cheerfully toils to add • - . To the w ealth of h is p retty m ate. H ard his labor and sm all h is gains, At,'which the little w oman com plains,. W ho ought to feel it the pride o f her life T h a t she w as chosen as W illie’s wife. . W illie is gentle, and kind, and true, - ... And not m uch-given to roam. A nd .does the very best he can do To add to the joys o r home B ut W illie’s wife, i t is sad to see, ’ I s not the helpm ate'she ough t to be, And W illie over h is.ta sk s m ust bend, To g et enough money fo r her to spend. The little woman is laying up . ’ A store of grief and rem orse. And sorrow trill soon em bitter...

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 — 31 July 1913

V .'.' _ 1 _ TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, ‘ j f f t V 31, 1913. COUNTY^ NEWS. JA O K SO O T O B T . . Mrs.- Rickard Lehman and children have returned lionie from a short visit a t, M ilwaukee: Ed Cordier spent M onday and Tuesday, in th e Belgian settlem ent o n business and pleasure combined. . Jam es\"'M artinson, sr., has been-, spend­ ing the summer a t Evergreen camp. Miss Rose B arrett Spent Sunday a t the M ar­ tinson home.. Bernard Campbell and sisters, Misses Sadie and Alice are spending their v a ­ cations w ith th e ir parents, Mr. and Mrs. P eter Campbell, a t their home here. F ran k Lemere, B ert Lectair and xtsher Leonliard t made ,a flying trip to S tu r­ geon Bay M onday w ith th e launch A r ­ row . B ert ret.urhed home w ithin the w eek from a visit a t Ephraim . • : M isk Jennie Reynolds is spending, her vacation w ith her parentSi M r. and M rs. Thos. Reynolds. She is employed gs a nurse a t M ilwaukee and' is taking a much needed and '^njovable rest: The’ l...

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 — 7 August 1913

” ’ i ' '» s ' 4 • ' \\ ^ r * \" “ i* v ^ t j - ' . w FIGURE AHEAD FOR THAT BIG DOOR CO. FA IR , 'SEPT.' 16—19. THE BIGGEST DOOR COK YET, SEPT. 16, 17, 18 AND 19. S., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913 VOL. 52. NO. 20 STURGEON BAY YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS XH A2TD AJtOtTZTD C H X C A O O .^Y . j [Special Correspondence] The schooner A. W. Luckey withu, +~e week arriveil in port with a cargo: of hardwood lumber, this being the vessel's nrst appearance here this season. '' While working a t Twelfth street the tug Roger Sullivan, Capt. Whi Clark ^htoke-.a -bucket off her: 'wheel. • She was later docked a t the company's dry dock . .at South Chicago fo r repairs. • . The lighter Conover had the m isfor. tune to collide with one of the bascule bridges, coming out second best in the .encounter. She had the after part of her house knocked into splinters. , While attem pting to make a landing a t the Graham & Morton wharf, the steamer Holland crashed into the State street. Bridge, doing/co...

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 — 7 August 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE AUGUST7 ,'-lfilW' f p w GET HOAD IMPROVEMENTS lew toObUin Mosey Wilh Which to Bnlld . Beads the Cooing Year, State Appro­ priates Over Million Dollars. Towns that have as yet made no pro • visions l'or spending money on their highways nest,summer and who are de­ sirous of getting a-piece of the, money appropriated by the state a t the.recent : session of the legislature, can do so even now if they go about it at once and in the rignt way. The State Highway Com­ mission sends out the following informa iionron the subject for the benefit of tlie towns th a t want to get in on the state aid proportion: 'I t is not too iate even yet to obtain improvements in 1014 under the provi­ sions of the state aid law (Section I817m-1 t 61317.-15' of the statutes as dihended 1013). Counties, towns or groups of freeholders may secure any desired improvement by following one or the other of the following courses: “ (1) Towns may hold special meet- : ings at any date prio...

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 — 7 August 1913

A90WXT THE XAHE. ' h V ' The leaves are all a-blush adown . the - Jane v': . ■ i Come, love, come The .maple leaves are dancing thru the ' • lanfc, ' . - v v-'- • And while thy -heart-f-espondg to-- love's refrain, • , j . ' . Thy lightly tripping: feet, Swift-set to music sweet, Should fly to meet down the 'blushing 'I' . ' lane. . ‘ , ,X X, watch the song-birds circling o'er the ' ■ lane ' ■ • ' Haste, love haste The birds, lpve-matBc, cirfcling o-er the . lane, ‘ - , On silver-mounted, clou (Is, warm skies to “4 . gain, , ■ Alone woujd soon grow chill, X . - .While' nowfi th e ir.w a rm hearts . -x\" ■' thrill, ■ ■ And echoing notes^come floating o'er the ’ - lane,' ' :i. ,- .. I shall grow weary watching in the lane , ■ Why, love, why Shall I stand sighing In the sombre lane. So near to heaven,'and wait its Joys in ■ - vain?, . ... -... . . i . liet. hand Is oii. the gat’e! No more alone 1 ,wa'lt', And. love’s pure sunlight gilds the .l'eaf- strown inne . •' Th...

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 — 7 August 1913

THE STURGEOrt BAY ADVOCATE PERSONALS Kntered in thePost-office at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-daBs matter. ... Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, W ls.. , . -..DUDLEY, S. LONG,. Business Manager, ■ RATES OI- SUBSCRIPTION. . One year.. . . . . . . : . . . - . ,. X ,-,,.-.$1.60' Six months................ ... .................76 ■ Pour m onths.. . . . . . . ■„.!/, . ........ . . Two months...................y ..........................60 26 Single copies.............. .................... ...... ,.06 ■’•Two doHars will be Charged If not paid within the year. / Sturgeon Bay, Wife., Aiigiist 7, 1913. ■While assisting in hay. loading opera­ tions on the farm of liis father, JoBeph Sjtodplftj near Stangleville, Manitowoc X otftinty, the JO-year-old son .met a terri­ ble death. The lad was attending to the hone that was used in hoisting the .hay _ When the hook broke and- in falling struck the boy on top of the head, split­ ting the skull in twain, • ■ •' . New Marr...

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 — 7 August 1913

THE STURGEON EATS A&VOCATE, -AtGVSZ 7,f l$l3. LOCALT1TEMS. • Ephriim' yach t-R acV i^ h ii Epiraim Yacht Chib its! anopal regatta ori-’-Thursday ^ August lL \\ Everybody welcome. . '■'■ ■■ - ■ q^S^fi.'R^deficq,—*Wttu Jong /the -first df the week disposed of his residence' on Sherman street.toMoultoirGpffj- Who will take' possession the latter part ..of. the moHth.’-J ^ T ~r ' ' • ’ ' . .' ■ ■ v^tK ^^W-jC. T. E'. Pipnic.—On apgouhvpf the.- Mle§fa$on ■ at.:‘0reen Bay^vijext .iweelf,' the W: Ci Y. jH/piefiic na^'beep' post • pohed uritiF^tieA'laiter pa^ ',p f thhj month, file°*nn6dn'cement: lktefeT, •• ’ r Friday. 'H e info]^ed tb'e^ fire' departipent, F.‘ 'J-. 'Stroh, that it would be . his. duty: to . m ak ea quarterly. /Inspection of aft' the-liusin^ss ho.uses in! •jthfi city, W well as to Malje occasional inspections'' of the' dwellings ' The Jaw requires tlmt this be done. Tt is the pur­ pose of the commission to^prevent fires, and to do this it is' necessar...

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 — 7 August 1913

' ' LOVE’S SDKCSIEB. : The sum nler is endoil. M jf-darling.'\"my-own: ■ f :The b lossom s huve faded. ' The sorig'-lfivd* him - down ■ . » B u t what does it m atter , ‘ . T o u sb /p re tty otto, .-•â–  \\ AVhen ldvo golden s-.iraiiic-r H un o rjv b eg u n .' ' - / i . L ove's Sum m er, s w e e t1 corner,: T h a t glide th life ’s gloom , / I k r roses forever: : A'nci e-ver-shall bloom. ‘ • The rod lea v es arc fa llin g . : „ , : ' .M y d a rlin g , m y fa ir: W hile keen w inds are blow ing. . f : . And el,ill is the air . e Y et bright is our sunshine, \" \"• From sk ies that are blue,\".'’ For love know s no w inler, 1-.-V If love be but true. '-v-: /L o v e ’s sum m er, sw eet comer, • f ■ T h at glkU-th life's gloom . :' • H er rose's forever ■.: I\"-5:*::- i :: And ever shall bloom. • The w a v es o f old oeean '• ‘5 .y Make a moan to the land, . The w ild angry billows • D ash high on the strand, y F B ut w h at.d oes it m atter To you or to me- W ho sail, oh. my...

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 — 7 August 1913

XHE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 7, 1913. nnd Mome. WEEH TBS’ KOWZXrd»TXKB 18 OTE. A -dow n th e Held, his shin in g scythe The tarm er laddie sw ings, \"While o ften on the m orning a ir ■ H is -cheery lau g h te r rin g s T he clover, in long, billow y sw aths, :L.ies sw eetening in the sun, A nd not till evening Bhadows fall,' •Will the laddie's w ork be doae, • . Tttay a fte r d a y he m ow s, the fields .And tosses th e new -m ow n hay, A frtho the w ork of his nim ble hands •Was but the m erriest play T he w arm sun tin ts his cheek w ith health, And on his brow is the trace^ O f joy th a t com es from d uty done, M anhood's sw eet charm a^id grace. Is it m erely labor, fo r lab o r’s sake, T h a t lig h teth his kindly eye? • Can you guess w h at m akes th e long day sw eet, Or shall I w hisper w hy? H ad you, b u t once, seen th e w itching sprite In yonder neighbor’s door, ‘ You w ould know w n itb er th e laddie ' w alks . . '•... W hen th e m ow ing-tim e is o’er. H e...

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 — 7 August 1913

,IH S S ? l? R G ^ Q jrjA y jtP Y d C A X g x A ^ B S X .^ ia ,. COUNTY NEWS BA K .EY S H&BBO&. ' Dr. T. A. Kgan of Sturgeon lfaji made a profossioiial trip liort last Wdffnesffay. Mr. ami Mra. Al Solms of Jacksonport pRSspd thru towii the first part of the week. '. ' \" x /...-, . The lighthouse teiuier Dahlia was in port :laot Friday with' supplies.. for the light house here. , Xv . v W alter and Frank Esser of Chicago .are visiting with their'grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Toft: •â– ! Mr. and Mrs. Bhilip Zak of Chicago are visiting among relatives here,' having arrived last Saturday. W alter Olson has charge of the mail on this route for a few days wliile Mr. Panter gets his car repaired^ , Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prueter returned home last Saturday from a two weeks’ visit w ith relatives a t -Kiel:and Sheboy- gun. Gue Oldenburg of Egg Harbor apent a few days of last week a t his honte here’, hein^ compelled to lay off on acount of rheumatism. ' . : Quite a number of- our - t...

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 — 14 August 1913

J , THE BIGGEST a I # y DOOR CO. FAIR YET, SEPT. lft. 17, 18 AflD 19, VOL. 52. NO. 21 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1913. YEAR FIGURE AHEAD FOR THAT BIG DOOR CO. FAIR SEPT. 16—19. LOCAL ^GENERAL NEWS • ' nr A m am ovw d ckxcaoo. [Special Correspondence] Divers Gunderson and Halverson with* in the week wereBummone.d'to Milwau­ kee to inspect the crib at the p rt to as­ certain the amount of damage that had bean inflicted by a . passing steamer. Captain Long,' master of one of the South Chicago firebo&ts, passed away very suddenly and unexpectedly one day last week, being stricken with heart trouble. Capt. Arthur Dalk has been appointed to flU the vacancy on the fire tug. A dump scow belonging to the Bryne Bros. Dredge & Dock company came in contact with some obstruction in- the river and sank. To make matters worse another loaded scow dumped her load over the- sunken craft. Up to the pres­ ent time every effort to raise the boats has failed. The steamer Theodore...

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 — 14 August 1913

TfcE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 14, 1S»3. „ ^ STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. M rs. A ugusta Lui’ike, S2 years old, received fa ta l injuries at La Crosse when sh e w as struck by a driving team owned by E. R. Laltour of Pine Creek, M inn. Sheriff Joseph Hinkes-of Bodge coun­ ty cranked his automobile while it was in gear and 'the' machine ran ov^r him, breaking his right leg. The accident happened in front of the jail at Juneau. 'W alter Phillips, aged 21 years, was instantly killed by lightning a t Evans­ ville. Thursday. He was on a load, of hay which was set on tire and the body was badly burned. Mr. Hartie, who was also on the wagon, escaped. - . The city council of Neenali has appro printed the sum of $1,426 as part of the eum of money to. be paid.'fbr the pur­ chasing of a-market place to be used by the farmers on coming into town with their produce. The cost of the . market place will be $2,800. iPetitiolis are being circulated in the city' of Milwaukee for the purpose of ,'J^UU...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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