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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 September 1913

'____________________________________ • T H E STU RG EO N B A T AD VO CATE, SEPTEM B ER 18, 1913 ' ' ‘ * ' '' \\ - T B S n o o m ’8 SO AST. Comrades! do you -wait the story Old, of rose and lily skin, Golden-hair and dimpled- shoulders, ~ Coral lips and pearls within. . Graceful form, with airy movement, Girlish laugh-like rippled rill. Rosy fingers,- ring- encircled, . » •Voice with soft and silver trill. Nay, my woman beautiful . Stoops1 a little nowadays. Tints of-pink and blue, and golden,' Blend themselves in tender grays.. .-And the eyes have looked on sorrow «’ Till their -wistful -gaze is dim , r \"VSrhllst-'the voice has learned to quaver, - Through each well-remembered hymn. On the- hands together. folded, ' One little golden-ring I see Poor hands! I wonder if the fingers Grew crooked praying much for me? W rtl, boys, -there's nowhere on the planet Peauty that's fairer than theSfa.ce Home and fire-light shadows show me Framed In dainty cap of lace. •Phrough all afifrdw, ...

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 — 18 September 1913

Entered In the ^Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. Published Everj? Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ■■■■’ '-DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION, y e a r. ........................... . . ........... .$1.50 One . Six months. Pour months’. •‘Two months.'. Single con! Two doliiars .75 .50 .26 _________ .05 will be'charged if not paid w ithin' the year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Septomber 18,1913, The banquet tendered Judge Hastings . Saturday evening by the members of ■ the. bar and county .officers was a fitting tribute to the rounding out of a long and honorable career as a public ser­ vant and ideal jurist. The people of Dqor county have always stood solidly b y Judge Hastings and they will appre­ ciate this token of regard th at has been shown him on bis last visit in a judicial capacity. Door county is proud of. his . record and extends to him its best wish­ es for many years of .usefulness and con­ tentment. J State ' Treasurer...

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 — 18 September 1913

■ ’ - ■' THE STURGEON BAY APY0CA1E, SEPTEMBER *8, 1913- ‘ LOCALJTEMS. Offices Closed.—The oJEces bf -the coun­ ty officers were closed for a half day on Wednesday .and will also be shut up on Thursday and .Friday, afternoons.- * ■. Aid Society.—The ladies Aid Society o f the Moravian church will meet at the home of Mrs. Joseph Belanger next Wed­ nesday oftcrnoon. A good attendance is desired. .■ ’ : - i .. 7 Fruit Vesselp—The- first fruit vessel from the’ east shore • o f. Lake, Michigan made it3 appearance a t this port on Sunr d»y, having- on board a quantity of pe&ehesand pears - .Th^ fruit sold quite . refidily. -{Core Ofi Porch.—The porch that adorn- . ed the front- of the 8trQb. block isintfe it w ie builtj hauing- been put there because thie brailding W s?a hat'ek Va& thik W d i fora'-offr' It improves the appearance of Repairing Culvert.—The- c^ty employ­ es! withtri\"th'e Week hajve' repaired jthe cul,* verrt at the Big creek, which was feist spring carr...

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 — 18 September 1913

THE yruK&gQN-BAY ADVOCATE,.SEPTEMBER ? « * » « • a h i g h l a n d e r 's w o o m a . In Scotia’s land. In the sweet lang syne, A lad and a lassie roamed one day By the flowery banks o’ the murmuring ' Doon, Whose waters laughed i’ the sun’s ■ bright ray. / • ' He whs a Highland lad and he wore -Tho plaid o’ the-brave Macgregor clan, Stalwart his form and keen was his eye, And his handsome face was brown wi’ fan. • - She was a Lowland lass, and her hair O' gowd was tied w i’ a silken snood, And her cheeks were red'as the blush'o' the rose, As she listened to the while her,lover wooed. He asked her to go to the Highlands wi’ him, And still the lassie answered him nay, But boldly thje lover persevered. For a Scot w ill always have hiB way. The sun had withdrawn behind a cloud, And darkly the heavens began to lower ‘And soon the flowers on the banks of the Doon ■ Had filled their cups i’ the summer \" shower. The laddie took off his p’\"id, and he wrapped . • .. * In itB gen...

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 — 18 September 1913

, ” ' THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 18, 19?3 . o r a G O L D E N W E D D IN G O A T . BY FANNY CHOSBY . I ’m th in k in g o f a d a y lik e t h i s . J u s t f i f t y y e a r s - a g o , . I t w a s th e P r o u d e s t o f o u r liv e s • A t l e a s t L .d e e m e d i t s o F o r E lle n , ’tw a s o u r w e d d in g d a y . A n d y o u w e r e 's w e e t s ix te e n . A n d in m y , h e a r t y o u r e ig n e d a s n o w I t s l o v i n g , g e n tle q u e e n .. . ■ - /O u r h o m e w a s b u t a n h u m b le o n e, : I t s c o m f o r ts t h e n w e r e f e w ,. • B u t s t i l l w e a lw a y s k ' p t th e h o p e :■ O f b e t t e r t h in g s in v ie w . . ■ -W e w o r k e d to g e th e r , y o u a n d I T i l l m a n y y e a r s h a d p a s s e d , O u r c a r e f u l s a v i n g s d a y b y d a y G r e w q u ite a s u m a t l a s t . A n d i n ’ th o s e y e a r s th e d a r li n g b a b e s - W e c a lle d o u r. l i t t l e th r e e . L ik e s u n b e a m s c...

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 — 18 September 1913

-T H E SruicGEON~ BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEM BER 18, 1913, J- . _ _ - , ’ ' - COUNTY NE at Stephenson. Mich:, for ,tlie past ten A child of Rudolph Killers’ stepped'on Weeks returned/ to her home here last a nail Sunday, the -rusty iron pcnetrat j Thursday. : ing the, foot to quite a dejStli. Blood DETBOXT HABBOB. . { .Miss' Anna Paul le ft for Milwaukee' ’oiaoninS sct in.nndThe foot \"swelled up Mrs. U. .Limlstro.t left last Saturday fllis where she w ill’be employed' i alarmingly.' A doctor was Summoned .'for •.'Menominee. -Mich:,- ..'to. undergo an • Miss Anna has spent the past suntm .r remedies that relieved 'the operation tor gall .'tones. I visiting with her parents, Jfr. and Msr.i patient, since which time, there has been . Mr.tuid Mrs. T. B. Diekey o f D u l u t h , ( Michael Paul, the latter having been in ' a Mttmdy improvement, Minp.. are here, visiting the hitter’s p a r-: very poor health. - j Gem W. I’ittenger closed ' his- cottage cuts, Mr. and Mrs. I,. P. Ottosen. Alfred ...

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 — 25 September 1913

R quick re­ sults try an ad. in o u r riasai- fied colu m n . Tele p h o n e's!! : ’T ’KY rtn ad, in ■-V onr “ W ant (••ifttmn.”’ It is sure to bring rc- ’ . turns. P h on e 21, VOL. 52. NO.' 27 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913. LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS ' X : ADRIFT ON GREEN BAY. Capt. Orin- Angwall, Engineer Alvin Larson, and Frank Gunderson, composing / ,'• the crew of the gasoline scow- Emanuel o f Marinette, 'had a thrilling experience • on Saturday night and Sunday, while • * drifting helpless during a storm on . Green Bay. _ The Emanuel is a scow that is engag- «d in carrying cedar posts between a port near Cedar River, Mich., and Mari •aette. She is fitted o u t . w ith tw in .. acrews and tw o engines. Sunday after- ■ - aoon about 4. o’clock'the Emanuel left Savoy’s landing,' eight miles north o f Cedar River w ith a big load of cedar .' posts, bound, for Marinette. She. stopp­ ed a t ,Cedar River for a short-tim e and v ■ again pulled out.in the f...

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 — 25 September 1913

STATE NEWS IN BRIEFS Aid. L. J. W illis, fil 'year sold 'of Tee- nalt, prominent' in Modern Woodmen cir­ cles of the state, died Ktiddeiily in • a lios])itnl there, following nti operation for appendicitiR. Gov. McGovern pardoned Frank Har­ ris of'Milwaukee, who was sentenced for a term of one year in the county jail for assault with intent to do great bod­ ily harm. He was confined in jail four months before lie was tried.\" . Mrs. Herman Verhovem aged 38-years, Marinette, died a fter, suffering over a week from lockjaw, duo to stepping on a rusty nail. The baby born during that time is alive and well. She is Survived by,her husband and ten children. M. I). Garrison, aged .‘11. bank cashier at Thorpe, was killed and .Tames Con- nor. William Shock. .Toseph Klanda, Jr., arid Hixon, Meade were severely injured when- Garrison’s touring car was wreck­ ed near W ithce. Garrison'leaves-a wife . and child ,.™': While operating tlie feed cutting) de- •vice used in coriiiection witli 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 — 25 September 1913

. - . ■ THE STURGEON BAY ib/O C A T E , SEPTEMBER 25, 1013. i D A t W I T H BABY. The baby I'm acquainted w ith . Knows n aug ht o f b attle’s harm s A lthough he’s o f -th e \"Infantry-,. ' And o ften up in arm s. .-' H e pu ts his grandpa’s glasses on, Then im itates his frown, And reads the pdper backward, w hile ” ' Ids it •• ' H e ho. upside down. Som etim es he cries, and oh,so hard, I think he understood The good old doctor when h e'said T h at it would do him good. W ith k itty so ft upon the rug He has a w restling m atch. And kitty, it may be, w ill w in By ju s t the m erest scratch. He croons a' little song th a t sounds Hike “Gum, oh, gum w ith roe!” And, as he Is a minor, he Selects a mjjjiqr key. Each days nurse w heels him to the p ark So, in ’his carriage there, ' A. little son and heir may find A little :. sun and- air. . , v As in his crib he doses off, :: W ith su ch a fu n n y - s n o r e , - :■ W e w ish 1 he’d/ sleep ti lt eight, instead Of w aking up a t ...

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 — 25 September 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER S, 1913.. Entered, ill tlie Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, \\Yls.. as second-class matter. Published Every Thursday ut Sturgeon Bay, Wls. ' DUDLEY S. LONG, Business'Manager. • R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N . One year -----. . ____ . . . . . . . . j i .bo 81x m onths... ........ . . . . . . . . . .76 .Pour months................................. . . . . .,6Q 'Tw o m onths. ........... .25 Single copies. .-___. .06 Two'dollars will be charged ifiwoi paid within ,the year. ‘‘\"H ,. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., September 25, .1913 (•little lunches to save paying' a dollar for a dining ear dinner, if tile bottle' of beer is forbidden? ’/v. / THE !YFW GOVERNMENT GAME LAWS An Outline,.of What It Is and WJiat It Means. •Will Be tieqytly Endorsed by Sportsmen. The new national law relating to the protection of., ducks aiid other waterfowl aiulinsectivonous: Birds which has caus fetl sttch’n stir dhiong sportsmenthrough- dpt the/country turn out to be the best...

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 — 25 September 1913

' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913. Advertised 1 Letter List.—Following is the list of uncalled for letters a t the lo­ cal .postoffice: Frankie Babtist, Frank Nelson, Mrs. A. D. Rust. - '■ t id ie s Aid Meeting.-—Mrs. PhilipHerr- boldi will entertain the Moravian Coun­ try Ladies’ A id.on Thursday .afternoon, ' October 2d. Receive Rails.—Four carloads of steel rails \"were brought iri by the railroad company for use in i.rebuilding pprtions of- ttair tracks in. this, city and vicinity. .New D&iVer^ Ttuckr^A.: j Weist: & (M ohave . added - a new- auto - truck to ' their business, equipment within . the f weekf. which i.- surely*’a ’sxgn./’o?:Jpfbs r p eiity . . s i . . , . . . ,.■ ■' ' • l 5 WuS&Vl.W.-L . ■ week' •' A jnitin: E. ,Gbf ripi1 Grten dBaj and Effittr.behoaj-: c ity } ’1 Leonard - - Hurisader andD ianaG os& en, city. . Broke Her- Arm.—Ethel, the 10-year old daughter of The'd.’ Blifeh, ffell' oflf 'a porch w hile :playingat-her,hom iq...

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 — 25 September 1913

■3 V THE OTHEB WOULD. It lies around us like a cloud, A world, we do not see Yet the sweet closing of an eye M»y. bring us there to be. -Its. gentle breezes fan our cheelc, Amid our worldly cares ' ..Its,gentle.voices whisper love, And m in g le with our prayers. Sweet hearts around us throb and beat Sweet helping . hands are stirred. And palpitates'the veil'between With br6at.hings almost heard. The silence—awful, sweet and calm— They have rtii power to, break ' For mortal words are not for them To utter or . partake. » So.thin, so soft, so sweet they glide. So near to press they seem— They seem to lull the ub to rest And mett' Into our dream. And in the hush of rest they bring, 'Tis easy now to see How lovely and . how Bweet a pass Tne hour of death may be. : To dose the eye and close the ear, Wrapped in a trance of bliss. Ana gently dream in loving arms, To 6woon to that—from this. Scarce knowing, if we wake or sleep, Scarce iiskinp where we are,. To feel all evil sink away, ...

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 — 25 September 1913

V THE' iiO « G E 0 N BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913. J a m and gome JU D O S HOT. A sk th o se w ho Ju d g e too h a rsh ly , \" _ ' A re y ou s u re th e stu m b lin g s to n e T h a t trip p e d th e fe e t o f y o u r b ro th e r, . M ay n o t h a v e b ru ise d y o u r own. ■Are yo u s u re th e s a d -fa c e d . angel, W h o w rite s o u r e rro rs dow n, W ill a sc rib e to you m o re h o n o r x T h a n to h im on w hom you fro w n % O r if a s te a d ie r p u rp o se , ' U n to y o u r life be g iv e n — - • A s tro n g e r w ill to conquer, A sm o o th e r p a th to h e av en I f w h e n te m p ta tio n s m ee t yo u ■..You c ru s h th em w ith a. sm ile, I f yo u can c h a in p ale passio n , '■ A nd keep y o u r lip s fro m g u ile— ■?. T h e n b less th e h a n d t h a t cro w n ed y o u . R e m e m b e rin g a s yo u go, ’ ,‘TW as n o t y o u r ow n en d e av o r , , T h a t m ad e y o u r n a tu re so. • T h e n fro w n n o t a t th e w e a k n e ss X T h a ...

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 — 25 September 1913

W- THE bXUKGEON BAY ADVOCATE .SEPTEMBER 25, 1913 SRPTRMBPP is io n ‘ G01M TY I^IEWS . i. S E T S O r r H A B B O B . : M rs. J . 1). MvKlroy? roturried from ^s- camUw la st Friday wit.hr a fint b ab y hoy, ’ / Mrs /M . Jorgenson also left for C h i­ cago last Friday to purchase' a stock o f goods for “Tlio Fair.\" Bethel .chnreli is being painted* oii the insidC Taiul begins to presen t a very in- vitingrUiipen'nviice. A long, felt need. John' A. Gudm undsen arrived a t bis old hom e on the island Tuesday. H e lias been em ployed in M ilwaukee o f late. V T h at fn ith fu K p ld sto rk eapie Hying around ab ou t three w eek s ago, but som e­ w a y -irta p ed th e.ea g le ev e of .your scribe icsnd-lfeit- a' .baby..t»oy ’a t th e linine of-M r' ' aiid ilHt-NeWtl) CorHell * , V \" ■-./• .'.V,--1.-..■ ' • ,- - w v .Tifg. severity o f th e 'equinox detftin,- sta r-m a il carrier here from S a t- ’■Vunlay? t)R ,M onday afternoon, so -w e fail-.' S « T t o rg e t a n y m ail M o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 October 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 28 r^O B quick re­ sults ’try an -adi in our fied column. Tele- •Â» * o n e.3 i:\\: I : _ fT R Y nu ad. in ■* our ' “Want Coin run.” It in wire to bring rc- turns. Plionc 21. STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, OCTMBER 2. 1913. LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS IN A SS ABO VS9 CHICAOO. [Special Correspondence] The lake front steamers Silvers Spray Mineral City, Mary M. Remblia, John . Dewar and Sapho have all been placed in winter quarters by their owners. The Goodrioh steamer Iowa made her : first appearance a t ..this port on Satur- day morning sihce the collission with the Sheboygan. She was given an entire ■ rebuild and is in better condition than -ever. The government tug Manitowoc, Capt. . Alexander, was a visitor at this port on Friday. She took a run\\ip to the south end of the lake on Saturday and after ! laying''over there until Sunday cleared again for the north. The tug Frederick V. Robbins is at the Chicago Shipbuilding yards, where ' she is having her wearing stri...

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 — 2 October 1913

THE b'i u k GEDN BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 2, 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. ■ Baby Hum's to D^ath. Y The S-uroTitlis’ old son of Mr. and Mrs. ' Oharlpri-Vnstrey of Ilartlaml was burn- . ieoU'io death and the. mother seriously fnjured-:'in a lire which threatened to destroy the home Fviday night. . Mrs. Anstrey went into the garden to gather vegetables for dinner, leaving the baby propped up with pillows on. a rug on the kitchen floor. Two older chil­ dren were playing in the room She liftd heen absent only a few minutes when she returned to find the kitchen . ablaze and the baby on the floor in the midst of the flames, . She picked up the child and ran out of doors, screaming for help. _ ■ ' A neighbor heard her screams and ar­ rived just in time' to save the lioiue ’ from burning. The child lived for two hours. Mrs. Anstrey was severely burn- ed about the arms in taking the child out of the house, : The fire seems to have started in the * baby’s mg. but in wlmt manner it or­ iginat...

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 — 2 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 2, 1913. \\ CHEYflAHTHEMDMS, ■O blossom s fair, th a t come when winds -a are sighing:, . • * a And w ithered leaflets strew th e sod­ den ground, . . W herr dahlias fade, and sunflow’rS bold ■ are dying, . ] ■ ..A nd not a' single fra g ra n t rdse is . found! •â– Brave W .lnter flowers, red and golden glowing, ■ Or, bride-like, robed in dainty spotless white, Now so ftest pink, now fa in te st am ber showing, Beneath the evening sun’s caressing light! B rig h t blossoms,' com ing when th e rath is stream ing And o th er flow’rs lie w ithered on the sod, . Ye seem, am id destru ctio n fairly gleam ­ ing, - In beauty clad, th e W inter thoughts of .-God. \" I love yp, bloom ing w hen th e skies are clouded And icy w inds sweep onward, fierce and cold, W hen all th e h ills in m isty veils are shrouded, And rain has dim med the BUnflowVs ruddy gold. Ye shrink n o t'a t the tem pest’s angry . raving, . N or cow er before th e N orth-w ind’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 — 2 October 1913

a r \" 1 - ' — _ ' , ' _______ ~ -________________ THE g fP R O k o y ^ ^ ^ V Q d A T E rO C T O B E It 2) ^ I 3 ^ - * * ' ‘ ' ? § a g |it e ( a t ip Bntered in .the Fost-oJTloe at Sturgeon Bay, ’Wis., as second-olaas matter. Published E v ery Thursday at Sturgeon :' '\".• •â–  ' Bay, Wis. . ■ , DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. r a t e s o f s u b s c r ip t io n . One Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . • „ V .$1.50 BI* m o n th s ,..................... 75 Pour m onths. ......... .50 ■'Two months , . . ............................ .25 s flta jh copies-,,,. ____ . .. .. _____ -.05 v.Two dollars will be charged if not paid Within the year. Sturgeon .. Bay, Wis., October 2, 1913 The “call of the wild” was too strong for Lincoln . Beaciiey, the aviator who performed a t the county fairh ere a year ago, and after having quit the .flying business for nearly a year he has agSn returned to the game, giving his first exhibition a t Hammondsport, N. Y., last Saturday. The unloaded gun claim...

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 — 2 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY AB'70CA4e] OCTOBER 2, 1913 LOCAL ITEMS. Motfcersf Club.—The Mothers’CIub will meet with Mrs. Frank Reynolds next Tuesday afternoon. A full attendance is desired 4 , . . Marriage Licenses.—There was onfy one marriage license issued during the past wek, .thrs being Nathan. Mojiroe. Oshkosh,’to. Catherine Weise,Icity.!'f.' Womak’s Club.—The Woman’s Club meets this Friday, Oct. 3d a t the library building -Eveiyr member is urged to b.e preeeht.. Refreshments will be served a fte r-m e e tin g ,2 Quit Street Work.-—Street work by the city has .jbeenj-suspended for this year as far as permanent improvements are concerned,' .the-nionfey in the ward funds Iravinig become exhausted. R oe- Weather.-—The weather for the past week-\"haa been exceptionally fine, the temperature being mild and the days fair. On Wednesday the thermometer registered close to 80 degrees. • ’ Advertised Letter List.—Following is the-list of letters uncalled for a t the lo­ cal’ postoffice: Sadie Bri...

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 — 2 October 1913

THE SXEVEB WEDDING. (A Boy's Story.) There was a silver wedding, A t our homo the other duy T he sunshine over the doorstep Like a warn) blessing lay, T here were uncles, aunts and cousins—* A goodly array, of kin—- ■ - 'And many of our neighbors ‘ Our pleasant home within. ( \"Tou should have seen our parents— Our fath er’s and m other’s Joy— How proud they were of their children Kacli happy girl and boy And you should have seen our neigh­ bors— How happy they seemed to be Ab they talked of bright days olden ’And the present fr,om trouble free. T he presents w ere not costly, Yet precious they did appear F o r they were gifts of affection, And love th a t makes all g ifts dear T here w ere pleasant songs and stories . The m inister offered a prayer A sking continued blessings Upon the happy pair. . *Twas a day of rarest pleasure ' . F o r fath er and mother and all, And I, w ith the rest of the children ■ Shall often its scenes recall F o r It seemed to me as if heaven ’Round ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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