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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 August 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 28, 1913. / : % um xm b b s k t . : W hen from the c h a tte r'I retire , And close m y stu dy .door behind, A ch air Is w heeled, before the fire— -\\ A thoughtful hand has draw n the .■V. ■ blind. ' Then o’e r the shelves I ran ge my eye, W here volum es mix w ith pipes and delf, . The s ta te ly pompous fellow s—high , The ragged—on the low er shelf. They line my study’s narrow w all, . These friends to whbm fo r rest I come, I cannot say 1 know tnem all, B ut th is I’ll sw ear—I w orship some. And w ould you know th e gods I serve . W ith love th a t’s w ell nigh w orthy self, GlancA stran ger, o'er the shabby curve T h a t bulges on the low er shelf. You m ount a som ew hat shaky chair You poin t'to princely tom es above, W ith, ‘‘T h is’ Is fine!” and “T his 1b rare!\" , B u t w here’s the book a m an can love? Ah, leave th e grand ones, I beseech!' They do b u t conjure tho ugh ts of pelf,' W hile those untidy beggars reach • ' To.heaven ...

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 — 28 August 1913

, y ™ ) T::n HTUTtGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 28, 1913. COUNTY NEWS B A IiE Y S HABOOS. \" \" . Art Wilson is visith.g:with his par­ ents at 'Kvergiwn. Camp. - . - '•' Misses' .lennic and Lucy Eatougli at- i tended the ntnornl of jerry Leglise at John OUinger of Sturgeon Bay was .here'Friday attending to some insurance business. • Mips Olcna Olander attended teachers’ ' institute at Sturgeon Bay the latter part of the week. Don't forget the harvest dance at Schrain's hall Friday evening. Good mu­ sic and a good time. . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ott returned to their home at Milwaukee after spending eome time with tlieir son, A. Zalin. M r s . Amelia Leideger returned to her home at Merrill, Wis., last Saturday, af­ ter having spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. A. Hendricks. . Miss Kellie Nelson: left for Spokane, Wash., Saturday, where she will’resume her duties as teacher in two Weeks. She gpent a month here with her parents. The school house has been greatly im­ proved recently ...

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 — 4 September 1913

*’ ■ * FIGURE AHEAD tfOR THAT BIG DOOR CO FAIR SEPT. 10—19. VOL. 52. NO. 24 STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913. THE BIGGEST DOOR CO, FAIR YET, SEPT. 16, 17, 18 AND 19. $1.50-A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS Schooner W estcott Waterlogs. The schooner J. W. \"Westcott,- Capt. •Tbos. Olaon, waterlogged in a heavy sea '.WbSh off Baileys Harbor Thursday after- ■ noon. She was bound south with a lum­ ber, cargo a t the time. Signals of dis­ tress brought 'the Baileys ^Harbor 'life- saving-crew to the assistance of the Im­ periled: craft, the crew of which had be­ come almost, exhausted from their 'Work at), the pumps. The life-savers took the vessel -in charge and manned the syphons. They headed her for the Sturgeon Bay ! canal) which point they reached tne same evening, the Jife-sayera here going out a n d . assisting in bringing the W estcott inside,-where she was run,in the mud at th e head of the bay. - Saturday morning the.craft was taken in tow by a couple of g...

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 — 4 September 1913

/ ’ $ £ / ' \" ‘ * ( W f r , ’ ’ r i , ' ' 4 f i f } ? , i i “ ’ ''’ * , ■ __________________TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEM BER 4, 1913., \\ • LAWS THAT YOU SHOULD READ 01 rte 778 Chapters Passed by the Legislators / the Following Will Prove of ' .Special Interest. W e lu -t week published t,!ie law s passed a t • tlio session of the legislature,' of which tiiero are 77$ chapters. Man}' Of those are of no particular interest to the public, and for th is reasoti it is seldom tlm t th e busy reader takes the tim e to even look .over the ..numerous laws., and ho m isses, k now in g w h at lias been done by diis servan ts Rt ifa d iso n . For the benefit of th is class of our population wv have taken th e trouble to go over the supplem ent/and pick out sueli law s pass-' ed as w e deem would be not only o t in terest but benefit to the general public. T h ey w ill be found in the. follow ing list: Chapter 8, relatin g to registration ot voters. ■ * . 30, rela tin g to the conde...

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 — 4 September 1913

'ii:L THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER *, 1913, STT8BZOVB «SVAa«XS. \"Pray tell me,\" I said to a bibulous wight ‘That I met in the corner cafe. \" . ■•‘Pray teUm e,” X said and my tone warf •': ' polite, \"The reason I find you so freauently tight, , So frequently ‘over the nay’ \" Then the right little, tight little, bibu- lous wight /\" -' ♦ . Replied with politeness profuse, \"You happen, to .find me* so frequently L tight, Because, sir, my living is loose.” \"I can . see,\" I replied to the ' bibulous Wight . jYii my best conversational way, \"That 'tis looseness which makes you so ■ frequently tight, B ut answer me this, and, pray, answer it rig h t W hat makes yo u \" get drunk every ■ day?\" : \"In th at personal question you wrong me, I fear,” r ■ The bibulous wight made reply,! \"Fpr I think It is perfectly, patently - clear,' ’• The liquor gets drunk.and not I.” . j t a p g o o l s . The Settler’s Vengeance ' At the close of a sultry, August day some forty...

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 — 4 September 1913

^ite£Utrflwmgnt( 5Ww»c#tc Bntcrcd In' 'the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis , as second-class m atter. Published Every Thursday, tit Sturgeon-'. -.■ , S-:.- bny. AVIs. :•• - X DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. RATES o f s u b s c r i p t i o n . One y ear.'. . . . . . . , ! ............................$1.60 Blx m onths. . . . . . . ’. ........................... .75 F o u r m o n th s. .................... .50 Two m onths .......... A • - -25 S ingle c o n i e s . . . . . . . .................. .. . . .05 Two dollars w ill be charged if not paid w ithin the year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., September ,4j 1C 13. SUPPORT: THE COUNTY FAIR Loyalty,- public spirit and local' patri- ’ otism arc the three cardinal virtues that bulld .up a community. \" This is what, is required to make our county fair a big success this year. It ia up to eVery resident of the county to contribute his mite toward making the in hibit something to be proud of. You can do this in several ways. First .of all make ...

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 — 4 September 1913

„ . , ,f 4 - - '- - .’ . v * * vf^ ,^ *.*' m s '£\"' *•* - « _ w r . r i r - 1 V 4 ‘ LOCAL ITEMS. W. C._T. n.—The W. a T. -IL Will - ’meet jy^ff Mra. E., W. Loog. on Tuesday .iafternodn, September 9lb.: r ' ■f\". 4 Marriage Lircnses ^Following are .the r marriage licenses issuqtWv^Frlffk! .-Leroy .land Emma Spittelmfeiyfa^^^ iH 6^ 3^ i'j (Chas. R. Ortell, -city, ang-i ■ ‘Sevastopol.’ - ■'■ '-■■ ■■'•â– .• ■....■j-f£•â–  / 1 Box Factory Starts.^The Reynolds icompany : box factory f^uT.vroeiatioi^ itho latter part of last, week, and will-bo-' T ItepLrjuniing. until all the stock off hand 'is cut' up for boxes. ■j County Couch—Mattera on the d«%et fff (peffOTifffy couift far'lr^^rpnigities-. daySvere'put! oVer dwygiW.llj^sfetHbn df'the circuit court, •â– wirich • occupied the V Improving ^Premises.—A[fpUndationis ! petfflT- placffd unffer vt,hie - ijir i iraufcfif vtim r jimjerrcan-House at. the corner of Water .and.j ^t. John street? -t Mrs.. Skilling. hari ca...

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 — 4 September 1913

YH£ SXUKGE9N BfY ADVOCAXE, SEPTEMBER S 1913. ' W H E N W fi W 1!H S S V S IS S O . Soon a s th e firs t f ro s t fell, A n d tre e s began to doff th e ir ro b es , o f green , . A nd crim so n tin ts t h a t of: th e a u tu m n tell O n e v e ry h an d w ere seen, ^ . ■. : A jo y o u s y o u th fu l band, v V W e ch ild ren to th e w oodland u sed to go. W h e re th e ta ll h ick o ries a n d c h e stn u ts : . s ta n d , 5 ,• B ra v in g a ll w in d s t h a t blow, , T h e b o y s w o u ld clim b th e trees. S n a k in g .the b ra n c h e s till th e n u ts rain ed dow n T h e g irls fro m oft th e g ro u n d w ould g a th e r th e se I n a p ro n a n d in gown. B vcn a s th e sq u irre l s to re s U p n u ts a g a in s t th e w in ter, so d id w e A g a in s t t h e tim e w hen w e w ere k e p t in d o o rs B y sn o w u p to th e knee. : B u t n ow th a t little b an d , ■ O f g ir ls a n d boys is s c a tte re d f a r an d w id e J. Som o o v e r-se a s dw ell in a fo re ig...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 September 1913

THE STUH63E9H BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1M3. (ia t^ n v and l i g h t Ah d s h a d e . T h e r e Is n o .v a le s o .)o w , I t cu n n o t s e e th e su n , -' ' ‘.And a\" s o f t a ft e r g lo w . v * : . . . C o n ie s w h e n th e s to r m is :d o n e . ‘ - ■ Arid B a c a h e a r s th e la u g h o f sp r in g s. . T h e s ile n t h e a t of. a n g o l w in g s. T h e r e i s 110 m o u n ta in h e ig h t - .. ’ J W e c lim b so w e a r ily , .' A~”. ftf-e r V B u t k e e p s th e h e a v e n s in B ig h t ,. , : / .W ith v is io n s f a ir , to - s e e ' \"■ i ' A n d in the- m o u n ta in clo u d w e fe a r ■ I s lig h t afid p eace, fo r C h r ist is h ere. T h e r e is n o p a th w e tr.ead B u t le a d s to r ic h e r g r a c e ■ T h e s t a r s a r e o v er h e a d , A n d in tlie d e s o r t p la c e T h e w a n d e r e r fin d s th e g o ld e n stn tr s. •God's a n g e ls m e e t h im u n a w a r e s.. T h e r e i s n o cu p w e d rin k , , , \" O f m in g le d m y...

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 — 4 September 1913

T ::2 C.TURGEOW BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913. ■ • ' fS! COUNTY NEWS - BISTER BAY. ^ Mr. and Sirs. E. Roeser returned\"on Saturday from their trip'to Menominee. C. C. Dana and Peter Leonhards of Sturgeon Hay were seen in the village on Tuesday. Flora Arle of Sheboygan is visiting her grandparents, Air. and Mrs. Andrew Roeser,. this week. MrS. Jos. Hugenrotli has been spending :t?ie prist t h r e e ' weeks visiting her sons Loo and Alois ip Nebraska. ■ P. II. Peterson of the linn of Goll & Frank took the Thistle here Saturday for Marinette to visit\" his family over Sunday. , Miss Anna Michaelson left for Chicago on Saturday to spend the fall and win- :,ter.. She' visited relatives a t Peslitigo, ' Wis.. en route . School began Tuesday morning ii DisC No.. 7 with Alias AL Evans as prin cipal and Miss Bagnall in the primary department. Among those who are making prepar­ ations to erect silos are Emil W ill and Herman Grasse, the receptacles being the Kno-Freez pattern. Mrs....

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 — 11 September 1913

THE BIGGEST DOOR CO. FAIR . Y E ^ SEPT. FOR THAT BIG i BOOR CO. FAIR SEPT: lie—19 17, 18 AND 19. VOL. 52. NO. 25 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER II. 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS , Steamer F. R. Budll Strands. . The steamer F. It. Buell, Capt. Ben­ nett, Btranded in this-bay early Mon­ day morning, while bound to the ship­ y ard a t this port from Menominee/ where' she had, left her consort- The Buell was. in light trim and got inside the 11-foot buoy a t Sawyer’s harbor, abreast of the government bluff. • Being unable to • release herself - word was sent to this port for a tug, but there did not happen to be one in port a t the time. A telephone message to M arinette ■ 'bipught the tug Satisfaction, Capt. C. ■ W.„Anderson, to the scene along about '.noOn. The latter worked on the strand­ ed/ craft until -2 o’clock a t which time the Ann Arbor carferry came along thru , the b a y ,- As the big boat passed the stranded steam er. she opened, out and 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 — 11 September 1913

/■ .v ' ■WM THE STUBGR0 H BAT ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER II W E, SEPTEMBER 11 , 1913. ' \" / ■ „ \" l \\ t V - ' ^ V W ill , PAY AN INCOME TAX. Persons Who Will Be Obliged io. Me- duct Published Amounts Froth 1 /. Personal Properly As» ' / ' sesMnent. • ■' , A The following table gives the list of thbse- persons'in the comity who have been charged with nn income stax by the assessor of incomes. The. amount is based on a.one per cent ttijf. Those who were given blanks and failed to fill them out were charged up with an income of 31,0(10, whicli calls for a $10 tax levy.\" Tnasmiicii as the perspniil pfopt'rty tax • offsets• thcincome tax there jvill. be very few, if .aiiy, of ,tlie persons listed who will he aifected :n the least,by the as­ sessment, It is only where the income tax, exceeds the personal property tax that the individual will he called upon to pay. anything. As a result there is noth­ ing in it for counties like this, the cost of collecting the data being greater t...

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 — 11 September 1913

/ ■ atxD iR on Ag jEMB n a u L •'What. seest thou, friend? •The frail masts-bend, -Thy ship reels jwiMly., on the tossing deep — ■ ■'•â– Â» v- Thy fearless eyes' \\ Regard.the skies, \"» And this broad waste where thru white i. chargers leap Seest thou the foam? Pilot —\"I see my home, 'And children on a white soft'-couch, asleep.” - / \"What seest thou, friend? The tiller-end .ThOu graspest safely in thy firm' {strops ' • ’ grip . Thine eyes are strange, They seem to range * , ‘Beyond sea, sky and clouds and strng- j - ^ ,Pilot —“1 8|e my home— throw n iodUaBe^—-eaves oroujid’ •which the' .^rallow s dip.” On all swes round-abouv thy bark and -■V’S '— ^^-flot/one utsr-speck • /• .v: - n • ■■ ■ • AtS#re attYaW'*'*** ■».* ^ -,-y ^Abates the darkness of the midnight sea The waves’ throats roai'—” Pilot:—“I see the shore, Ahd eyes that plead with God for mine ■ and me.” - ... - , . • • George Barlow. .“Now, Inez, don’t be a goose! Give .me JL kiss, and say \"you’ll m...

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 — 11 September 1913

:7 7 ': THE hXtfjtGROlf B^AfcVOCATB, •’ E n te re d In th e Postroffice a t S tu rg eo n • , Bay, W js.. aa second-class, m a tte r. ^ P u b lish e d lfivery T h u rsd a y a t S tu rg eo n \" Bay, W is. ,, -.■ •â– â–  V, t DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager, ' R A T E S O F S U B SC R IPT IO N . ■ O ne y e a r . . , , $1. 60 B lx m o n th s . .........................' .75 .F o u r m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,60 \" T w o m o n th s . ............. ,..25 S in g le c o p i e s . . , . . . , .................. ■ .7)5 ■ Tw o,dollars',vUl be ch arg ed It n o t paid . w ith in th e year. : - . V Sturgeon Bay, -Wis., Scptembfer^l^lfllS, •1EWAI1NEFS DANCE HALL TRAGEDY. Writer Farnisbes Facts Concerning Distress­ ing Affair. Joseph Cavillers Not \" ' A ■ Implicated. . i, - — _ , In the npcount jjf the death of Joseph laim aye’wet Aweei'lthe reporter .got' this n a m e o f the parties wrong, implicating * person th at had nothing whatever to | d o r wit...

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 — 11 September 1913

LOGALrlTEMS. f Big -treek: Hoad.—The big creek road .. has been, g^dcd' and fixed. up Jn good r shape % ffie city all'of whichTis duly .1 appreciated by- the inhabitants in /that jf part of the municipality. : ■ Im proving L iberty S tteet.~ .L ib h rty s tre e t from Court to Cedar-, has bceo graded an d curbing is to be p u t in. Ce-. ..-.■ V- m ent w alks -will also 'be p u t jn o n both aides of th e thoroughfare.' - ' ’■ - J I Board of Bdncation.—-The ' board of ’• . education held the adjourned regular ** * meeting onMonday eveping.at whi^h the • routine 'work ■was transacted, there’ being : , p n o th isg .o u t o f ’fh e^ hrdin ai^ b efd re-ili^ y. ’• v M«-n ' w £'■ . Stmday. WM^*T7 SuTday ywus- the .** -r_ wannest-day- of tbe-.year at-the canal i wb*n wtone time ‘ thb’-thermome ter rfigasl! ! - tewdfl fi ,degrecw f°r aridw rtyw felc.- I£he - i h e j ^ \" Bhont«^cooied-oS th e atm osphere •â– ! .iafa burry, however.- ' ’ ‘ Meat' Caused Death—The death of : Ado...

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 — 11 September 1913

Jewelry tJOW. ' - ' ' / • . ok not back, but onward, ever, And* the^valley°of Ui*\" Bhadow lies bo- if Hi « /:/// ■ M . , . H i ■ ' m ,tne tne air eerener, h^hnlf) fch** anlpnrior i Where we shall cr b u t th e gloom of her itely relieved by flowers. She was without flowers upon her breast, a t “ \" - —'--- - - - •.- _ • 1 it t « : '■ ‘,’i jtrm n L11.,, .’.^f jmurc YiojciB, _ euggeduvo ot then as the. days wore on , white for a long tjjue and finally' pink to measure the progress ot her affair with Mr. Elliott by these rosea} when the pink ones appeared I was as cSicited 'fc a girl over Tie Yfirst offer. !1 I t .was aboutvthis time th at boarders leiftned thru a *uairr of o tt’s, a lad ' me quietly for a moment and then mtijr- *y, E . ^ i i : . ® u » $ « « ) jh w k . 'X c ^ o i^ a Widow “And a widow of four yearB* standing! I t fairly takes one’s breath!’ away. She doesn’t look a day over fifteen.” “Except in a strpng light. In a e light she would be taken for every day...

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 — 11 September 1913

P i t - vv.k i . I/J S L S f i i i * * * * . ' N XHE SITOOBOH BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 11,1013. am (garden and gome. /•/ Bigm n A n s o n s . \"Wnere is th e .housed th e house w e love, •By field or river, square or street,/ T h e'h o u se our h earts g o dream ing of,- T h at lo n ely w aits,'ou r h u rry in g 'feet: . T h e house to w hich wo come,- vrb come. To m ake th a t happy house our-'home. Oh dear dream house! fo r you ! stojre • . A m edley of. such curiou s thin gs, A s a w ise thrush g o e s countliifF o'er, t '- Ere the glad m om o f sungs-atid wfngS, W hen a sm all n e s f m akes a ll her heaven, And a true m ate that .sin g s a t even. , /U p those dim sta irs .my heart w ill steal. And qu ietly thru\" th e 'liste n in g rooms. And lon g in prayerful love w ill kneel, ■ And In'-the sw eet-aired tw ilig h t glooms,. W ill se t a curtain str a ig h t, or chair, And dust and order and make fair. Oh: tarrying tim e, hasten,, until y o u lig h t our hearth fires,' dear ...

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 — 11 September 1913

THE STURGEOB BA.YADVO What Do These Cool | Evenings Suggest7 | They suggest warmer clothing. than you have B been wearing. /' ' 5 We have at SPECIAL PRICES a large as- J j sortment of sweaters. A SWEATER is what you j g need for this time of the year, and here we have them | AT PRICES as you will note are real BARGAINS. flj ’ •'•V:- ■W-: ONE LOT ANOTHER LOT AT •A/--:.-. ' ' - A\": 1\" hi ONLY $1.95 95c A® A tegular , $2.50 to $4.00 / VALUES $1.50 to $2.50 - VALUES ANOTHER LOT OF BOYS SW EATERS ' - a t . •, 75e ^ re g ul ar 95c i VALUES It will pay you while here for the FAIR to stop ^ in and see the SPECIALS we will have for these, ■ four days—Sept. 16-17-18-19. 5 D ouble P rofit-S haring T ickets T h ese 4 D ays D ouble h P ro fit-S haring S T ickets H T h ese 4 D ays H i Warnings! Hints! Reminders! I THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE EARLY WORM! And The Man Who Takes Up The Matter | Of His Winter’s Coal Supply, Early | In The Season, Catches The Lowest Price! A Dollar Saved, Is Wort...

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 — 18 September 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 26 STURGEON BAY, WiS., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1913. $i.5o a Ye a r LOCALS GENERAL MARINE NEWS n r u rn abovhd cm cioo. [Special Correspondence] \"The . yachts,' jire kept In commis ■-•on Sate this season, several races. being booked with some eastern boats which are due from New York now. The Great Lakes company is engaged in.' widening the river a t the west end of the Jackson and Adams street bridges .which when completed will make the opening as wide as it used to be in the olden times- Capt. Frank M artinek has laid up the steamer Mary of the Lincoln Park fleet • and with his family of grown-up chil­ dren has gone to Fox Lake for a little outing to be spent in hunting and fishing He expects to be gone about three weeks and his friends anticipate some brand new, hunting and fishing stories on his return. ■ The schooner Minerva, lumber laden encountered some heavy. weather the first of the week' when off of Grosse Point, Chicago. The seas were so big th a t on s...

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 — 18 September 1913

\\ J j : iTHE STURGEON BAY a d 70CATE, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. 'F ire in G c stock room*of the Barth Brothers M anufacturing' company, a t PortT W ashington, caused a loss: of $8,- 000 to .810.000 on stock and machinery .Several liroineii were uv-ured. .■ . , • When the S tate ' Bank of Ingram opened one, morning last week, it was : discovered th a t robbers had stolen $1,- 700 some tim e during the night-., There is no clew to the robbers. The nlnrm apparatus w as cut and the safe dyna­ m ited. : , . * ■ ’ ' O n e of^the, m ost valuable pearls ever found in Lake Pepin or the Mississippi river w as found, by H arry Everett a t Bay City. Its weight is 35 grains, it ig of an 'e x q u isite pink color and has a beautiful luster. E verett was imme­ diately offered $1,050 for the gem, ‘ Seventeen towns and villages of Dunn co u n ty ’will expend $34,300 for bridges in t o i l under the direction of the Wis- consin Highway commission. Of this am ount $22,800 will be...

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