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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 October 1913

T R B STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 2, 19x3. A hC J a r m ( t e & c n a n d g to m e. S T . TO B A y a E X P E B JM E gT . '\"W here s u n lig h t g ro w s s o ftly to w ine. W ritte n o v e r-th e ru d d y v in e leaves, - T h e 'p e aS E ta t s p e lls o u t b y th e w ay • T h e o ld leg en d o f U rb an o f T rev es. H e g ru m b le d a t w e a th e r an d w ind W h en h e saw on th e v in e y a rd a b lig h t . A t th e m is ts o f th e -lo w -ly in g v ale. A t th e c h ill o f th e elv ish m o onlight. V ow ing so ftly , quite, u n d e r h is b re a th . H e could m an a g e it b e tte r th a n th is /T h a t, if he h a d th e w e a th e r in c h a rg e . N o t a v in ta g e s h o u ld rip e n a m iss. . A nd, lo! a s h e w h isp e re d th e re cam e T o h is k e ep in g th e co v eted pow er, S till to g u id e fro m ab o v e a n d below A ll th e c a u se s o f su n sh in e a n d sh p w er. T h e v in es sip p ed th e su m m e r n ig h t,d e w , D rin k in g su n s h i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 October 1913

T H E S iU rtG E O N B A Y / AD VO CA TE. O C TO B ER 2, 1913. P u r e Drugs S’ Where do you buy your pure drugs? If you patronize us, we’re sure to please you. -We carry every­ thing to be found in a first class, up- to-date Drug Store. BASSETT Pharmacy The Experienced Housekeeper Orders of us because she knows that we carry the very best standard brands of Canned, Package Goods, Teas, Coffees, Pure Food Products and \\ High Glass Groceries. You can be sure, of prompt de­ livery and reasonable charges. W e just received a new line of Norwegian Canned Fish. Come in and see our line.. S H 1 M M E L t h e CROGER COUNTY NEWS. [Continued Prom First Pago] Frank Swenson lias purchased r. gaso­ line engine and feed cutter and is ready to fill silos for those wishing this work dbne. Christ. G ra a e also purchased a corn': binder and is prepared to do cus- toiK.work. Messrs. Swenson and Oraase are two of our progressive fanners. The Lutheran congregation of Sister Bay wishes to express i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 October 1913

R quick re­ sults try. an ad. iu our classi­ fied column. Tele phone 21. 0 ^ onr -‘Want. . ohitnp.” . It is . sure to brings ^ tnfiis. I’lione 21.i-e- VOL. 52. n o : 29 STURGEON BAY, W1S., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913. $50 A YEAR L Q C A L # G E N E R A L M A R I N E N E W S . & x ■ . : ■ ■ ■ ■ Capt, A. B. Davis Dead. Capt. Afred B. Davis, aged 81 years, retired officer of the United States rev- ■enue cutter service, died • Wednesday fof . last week, in the Chicago Union hospi­ ta l, Chicago. .Capt. Davis entered the . /revenue cutter service in 1861 and was retired in 1905. For twenty-five years lie 'had been on duty almost continuous­ ly on the Great Lakes. For ten years : lie was in charge of the Andrew Johnson. •Capt. Davis was bom in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1832. At the age of 17 year1’ he •waB sailing on one of hi3 father’s ves­ sels,, and at the age of 21 years he was -m command of his father’s ship, the Gov. ' Von Oxholm. He continued in the mer­ chant servi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 October 1913

THE STURGEON ttAY/AOVOCATE, OCTOBER 9, 1913. STATE NEWS W BRIEF. \" - / iu • “ - ' k e r - fs . Sam Denomio. proprietor of the Do- nomic Hotel 'a t Oilarali,’ 'near Ashland, was yun over by a train at the latter ■place Saturday morning and killed. .Because his taxes had reached a paint where lie could no longer, pay- them, Thomas .Ryan. an aged resident of Bn ./ Crosse,-' committed suicide by jumping . into the river and drowning himself. Hubert Murphy, a boy living at Gres­ ham, was fatally shot when a revolver • in the hands of .an older brother was ac­ cidentally discharged. The bay was ta ­ ken to Green Bay. The doctors say lie can not live, Mrs. Ada Cooper of Eau Claire was elected grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star a t the meeting at Milwau­ kee. The. Wisconsin, grand . chapter of the order lias 194 branches and a mem­ bership of 20,000. • Buth Caughey, 8 years old, daughter of President F. E. Caughey of the Mans* ficld-Cauglicy Dairy company, Madison, . was inst...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 9, 1913. AUTUMH SCEXTES. .. x. • ■' Autum n is here. H isr u sse t m antle's fold ' T r a ils over a ll th e -woodland g ro v es around, S ca tterin g b righ t g em s o f purple se t in gold. L ik e d r ifts o f a m eth y sts, to the m ossy ground. , • • T h e k atydid has ceased her p lain tive ta le The w h ipp oorw ill h as sou gh t a sou th ­ ern zone A lon e th e corn-bird screa m s a lon g the vale, , ' Th en listen s to th e h oarse w ind's an­ sw erin g tone. : II. .. ’ T h e grass-grow n p .th besid e th e ch est­ nut wood Is n early hidden by th e d riftin g lea v es T h e ploughboy g lea n s th e n u ts w h ere -th ick est strew ed , Or h elp s th e farm er sta ck h is y ello w . sh eaves The river, m urm uring o’er its rocky bed S m iles up a s fon d ly to the fo r e st spray A s i f it so u g h t th e fo re st lea v es to wed, And bear them from th eir sh eltered hom e aw ay. - ' - * /• . III. T h e -wild flower, sh iv erin g on i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 October 1913

THE STURGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 9, 1913. c^ttivo co n ^ a ti g i the* cut c X n te re d in the Fost-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon ■ Bay, Wis. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION, year . ( . . $1.50 -One _ Blx m onths. F our m onths........ Two m onths. ■Single copies...... ............... Two dollars will be charged if not paid w ithin the year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis.', October 9, 1013. Next to the tariff bill in importance to the country is the outcome of. the clash between the New. York team of the National League and the Philadel­ phia club 'of the American League for the world's baseball championship. On Tuesday the first game Of the series was played a t New York and won by Phila­ delphia by a score of 6 to 4. Yester­ day the New York team won in a ten inning battle by a score of 2, lo 0 at Philadelphia. i*!V /'S. President Wilson affixed .his signature to the new tariff, bill' at noon on ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 October 1913

THE STPRQEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER ^1913. LOCAL ITEMS. M. W . A. Meeting.—Members of the M .W . A. are requested to attend the re­ gular meeting on Monday , evening next. : Moves House.—Andrew Bernston has moved the house lie owned near tlie P. C.. Swan place to a lot he recently pur­ chased from Grant Haskell in the Knud- eon plat. Loses Old Horse.—The old and faithful carriage, horse belonging to Dr. H. C. Sibree was last w eek taken ill and died, much to the regret of the fam ily in which the animal has been for,'lo! these many years. Forty-second Anniversary..—Yesterday w as the 42d anniversary, of the forest fires that caused the loss of so many lives and destroyed so much property in this county, as w ell as other counties in thiB-vicinity1. Today is the anniversary o f the great Chicago fire. Council Meeting Postponed.—The reg­ ular .m eeting of the council, which should have been held on Tuesday even­ ing, was adjourned to Friday. The reg­ ular meeting of the board of e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER % 1913. The Wreck of the Brigantine “Ringer’' BY JOHN R. SPEARS I’m not going to offer any oxplana -j camc abpanl, and then, as wind and tide .tionB nor make any guesses about the | served, wo made sail, got the anchor and cause of the trouble for I’m none of! away we went, * That was an the night your scientists—I’m just a plain dog Bailor but \"I’ll tell just ■vrtmt happened and all I know about i t .' After that if any one is not satisfied, lie can go to the records of the New York Custom House, and the crew lists ^in the , Ship­ ping Office, where he’ll find\" she cleared out just as I am going to tell, and that the last man to sign articles was Mar­ tin Grail. If that isn’t proof enough, why, the-timbers of the old hulk can be seen to this day, at low water, out there just where Mill Creek from Freeport, on Long Island runs into Jones Inlet. The old stem stands up there even above high tide, and, although nobody that Basn’t seen it.- is li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 9, 1913. n«il “A B B Y E SHALT, X S O W .\" T h e re a re b ria rs in o u r w ay. \" T h o rn y p laces do w e rea c h . (Lord, b e w ith u s n ig h t a n d d a y ■ F ro m T h y ho ly book, o h tea c h ! B alm In G ilead le t u s find, . T h y ow n te n d e r w o rd s o f love. U n d e rn e a th u s p u t T h y h an d F a th e r, h e a r u s fro m above. \" I w 111 g u id e th ee w ith m in e ey e ” U p, look up! if th o u w o u ld st see O ne w ho a lw a y s s ta n d e th by. C losed eyes, th o u g h a ll u p tu rn e d . C ould beh o ld h o v isio n b rig h t 'T h o u g h 's o v e ry clo se to m e, T h o u m u p t look, to h a v e th e s ig h t H e a r th e m essag e, c h ild re n d ear, E ’en fro m God, w hose, n a m e Is J u s t: \" C a s t on m e y o u r e v e ry c a re ” L e a v e i t all, y es! a ll in t r u s t yiThen th e “L a n d o f P ro m ise ’’ reach ed . L a n d o f r e s t a n d no m o re f e a r s , ... ■“T h o u s h a lt know ”...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 October 1913

COUNTY NEWS. B E T B O IT H A RBOB. The threshing machines .will probably finish their work this week if th e w eath­ er is favorable. , - , .There was a new arrival at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jess this week. A ■little girl and all is well. Lightkccpcr Chas. llostka of Tluih Is­ land bight took a trip to Racine this week to visit his parents and friends. Jens Jcpson and Thorn Sorenson have made application for a marriage license and the event will be solemnized next Saturday, the 11th inst. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chase are paying a sort of farewell visit to the old Kalm- bach home. Albert Kalmbach also paid a brief visit here last week. .Potato digging has begun quite gen­ erally but it is too early, to figure on the vieki. In many places .the yield is com­ paratively light and others again very good. Antone Jessen’s family left here Tues­ day for Kewaunee where Mr. Jessen is captain of the U. S. lifesaving station. They will be missed very much in this place but our los3 i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 October 1913

^ j ‘ r t * \" r , j \\ f r j K , t - ^ ir* O B ‘ qui c k re - **• ,. su its, tr y an • ad . in o u r .classi­ fied co lum n. T e le­ p h o n e 21. . : : : VOL. 52. NO. 30 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1913. vV T K V «n ad. / , * ' / / O U I\" “ W Cot i'itn.\" It is ■sure to h r - :J.»- turns.--'''' T * ~ o A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS • STEA M ER CEPH EU S OK AND OFF. T he steam er Cepheus o f th e Pickands- M ather fleet stranded on S t M artin’s island: a t an early hour T hursday m orn­ ing of la st w eek during a dense fog. The Cepheus (form erly th e F ran k W . G ilchrist) w as hound from E scanaba to Buffalo w ith a full load o f iron ore. She ran onto- th e so u th east jpoint of th e is ­ land, ab u t three-fo urths of a m ile from th e lighthouse. The lightkeeper sen t w ord to the Plum Island life-saving statio n as soon as he discovered th e plight of th e steam er. A message w as also sent to this -p o rt, b u t assistance w as n o t asked for....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 October 1913

7 . : . . _ ................................. . THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE OCTOBER 16, 1913 * ~ : / * . . x tfxx'x : sE&i-x j STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. .. ' John O’Donnell, ngcd 07, one of the wealthiest men of Kenosha, was killed Thursday when he fell fifteen feet from a beam on a barge being unloaded at his-dock. His skull w-as fractured. While his frightened boy companion fled from the scene, Joseph Kosarig, 0 years old, Milwaukee, drowned in Lake Michigan Saturday afternoon. The boy . and a companion were playing on a scow. ■ The body of an unknown r.ian aged about 18 was found in a Soo line freight car a t Chippewa Falls on Saturday. The \" car was shipped from Cary, Ind., two weeks ago and the man w as killed by shifting of the rails. Injuries received when he was tipped from.a buggy a t Wausaukee caused the deatlC Thursday of John Helmer, aged 67, a widely known Marinette cruiser. Deceased was a brother of William J. Helmer, asaistapt chief of Marinette police'.\"' X Tim Hote...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER i 6, 1933 AW ATITTJMll DOVE. ' . ’ . . I.. ■ \" . • Oh! liTe,was sweet when we both were young, •And the tond word slipped from ' the ready tongue, ■ . And I loved you—loved you dearly When Just each other was all we had, And I was a young girl, fair and glad: And you were a gay and handsome lad . My own! ray own! so nearly. II. • Oh! life was sweet when we both were young, And heart with heart- in rapture clung, _ And love had a springtime glory When nothing but: Joy was ever plann’d, And sunshine flooded the pleasant land, And we walked together hand in hand, ■ Telling the old sweet story. III. , I know not, dear, how the sorrow came I cannot tell/w howas m ost, to blame ■ But the parting words were spoken. The words that sent me away from thee I followed a woeful destiny, Went weeping over the wide, wide, sea. And felt that my heart was broken. „ IV. I came in. the. autumn .-time of life After the struggle and tears and strife. After the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 October 1913

V . ■ V...,. : \\ ... - THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCA lb^t«v0C 0ttgay3iilvo(atf Entered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. Published Ever} Thursday a t Sturgeon ay, Wis. DUDLEY. S. LONG, Business Manager. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One y ea r . . . . . . . . . . . I . . . . J1.50 Six m onths .................... 6 F o ur m onths................ .50 Tw o m onths.............................. . . . . . . .25 P lngle copies.................................... .05 Two dollars w ill be charged if oiot paid w ithin the year. Sturgeon Bay,'W is., October 16, 1913. The last barrier in-, the Panama canal was blown up on Friday when President /Wilson pressed-a button that sent an electric spark over 4000 miles and ex­ ploded forty tons of dynamite which tore up. the Gamboa dyke, the last ob- etructioh in the final'completion of this great waterway. \\ The baseball World’s championship was won by the Philadelphia American team, which captured four of the five games p...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 October 1913

THE STURGEON RAT ADvdCATE dCTOBER id, i 913 LOCAL ITEMS. Council Meeting:—Nothing unforeseen 1 \" preventing, tliere will be a meeting of the council on Friday evening. Advertised L etter List —Following is ‘ ' th e list of. uncalled for letters a t the lo cal post office Mabel Lodd Charles . Graf Basil Ruysdael Theresa W alsh -•Hennilin Weggen. Leave for Columbus.—Contractor L. P. Nebel this -week took his departure for Columbus with a crew of men to Idy ’’.a couple of thousand feet of. sewer pipe, . .- and expects to be absent for a month or .^ Y s o . ■' -V Carload of Mules-—The Reynolds Pre­ serving Co. on Saturday brought in a carload of mules and horBes from the * southern market. The animals are said • to be as fine a lot as was ever shipped into the county. Collects Wolf Bounty.—Alfonsc Jensen of Ephraim on Tuesday collected a wolf bounty a t the county clerk’s office, hav­ ing killed the animal in the town of Li­ berty Grove. This is the second wolf -bounty th at he ha...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 October 1913

sss THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 16, 191?. OCTOBER. N ow .blithe October, w ith all Ills train, In courtly russet and red and gold, \"WUh revel and pageant holds again ■- H igh carnival mid the wooldands oldl A rrayed in wild magnificence shine The h o sts'o f his forest retinue, A nd the gold and purple of corn and wine \"With princely tribute his pathway Strew! Ther.e is no Jangle—no m issing chord— In the m ighty paen th a t f a r and near Goes up from the Temple of the Lord For the glorious p le n ty , th a t crowns , , the year! In N ature’s w onderful sym phony ■The oaks exult w ith a gusty roar. And the long, slow tides of the resonant sea , Thunder basses on reef and shore! The rude cllff-pines-w lth a sibilant, , Wild chorus answ er among the hills, And'low in the lulls of the windy chant , The reedy pipe of the cricket shrills: And we hear, in the hollow s,faint and sweet, , , ... The so ft libretto of singing brooks, And the garrulous mocking-birds repeat The- s...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 October 1913

, THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 16, 1913. ' / ^ 6awlen and gome. ' “POO S B ffT FB O p p .’ H o w o f t fro m th e lip s o f th e g e n te e lly p o o r • ‘ * D o w e h ear, b u t ’h a lf-u tte re d alo u d , T h o se w o rd s o f fa ls e v a n ity n one s h o u ld en d u re, \"A h, y e s w e’re poor, b u t w e ’r e p ro u d .” P ro u d o f w h a t? O f a w e a lth oifce po s­ sessed , b u t now g o n e? ,'O r o f d eeds t h a t y o u r f a th e rs h a v e , done? O r . o f blood fro m a- s to c k o f g r a y a n ­ c e s tr y d ra w n ? ' O r o f ta s k s u n ach iev ed , th o u g h b eg u n ? B eliev e m e , su c h m o t t o q o e n sig n sh o u ld • deck, . _ If y o u ’d b e a r it in v ic to ry ’s v a n ' . I f b lo w n on th e ro ck s, m ak e a r a f t o f th e w reck, ’ ' I f dow n, g a in y o u r f e e t lik e a m an ! T r u e P rid e n e v e r g ro v els, h is m ien e re c t -And th o u g h h e m ay h a v e m a n y a fa ll, H e 's e ts h is te e th h a rd in h is o w n...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 October 1913

THE STURQlEON BAYt^jyOCaTf:OCTOBER w ia: NEW ASVEBTXSSStraSTTS. PICKED IT—A 16 f t round bottom row boat, * Phono IS. 10-16-tf. rpullet: t SALE—A few nice White Plymouth Rock and cockrcla full btood. E. W. Lonpr, and bridtrc—n black and white silk waiat with collar. Reward if left at this office. 10-16-1 UJANTEli—At once. Four men to cut timber by ™ piece. Good timber, prices riftht. Come or write to HARRY A. SCHULTZ, Fox Michigan. HOUSESaFOR RENT—A R ood house in First ward and brand new one in Third Ward, Apply to C. L. NELSON, City. 10-16-1 ESTRAY NOTICE—A flock of turkeys have been “ here 3 months. Owner will please call, pay charges and take same away. CHAS. SCH- WICKTENBERG Sawyer. Wis. 10-16-4 .Uf ANTED—To rent a horse and bu^gy for about \" •* toeeki for (San^assin* in 'tlie bounty.’ \"Skmd will be in Rood hands. Inquire or address the ADVOCATE OFFICE or P. O. Box 149. city, 10-16-tf [First publication Oct. .16.1913—2tJ r\\OOR COUNTY. CITY OF STURGEON BAY. as. In Justice C...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

— NOTICE!get — You can the A d v o c a te f r o m now until Jan. 1st 1915, for §1.50. : -7 ' s SPECIAL! Sec nurCl”1 ■' fr' • tX . . , , e ag , -.1 p articulars VOL. 52. NO. 31 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ps®GENERAL MARINE NEWS nr A m abovbo cmc«K. [Special Correspondence] ... The steamers Roswell P. Flower and City of Paris loaded grain within the week, for delivery below. X The tug Earn.-haw and lighter Rose Bud are busily engaged a t present in lifting anchor moorings in the yacht basin. /• ’ .. X The tug Andrew H. Green was docked a t the company’s yard,' South Chicago, the last of the week, for minor repairs -below the waterline. There are a few arrivals of coal car­ goes coming in from day to day, but noth’ng compared to what usually comes -4n a t this time. The rush _will start tho a t any time. On account of the dullness in her busi­ ness \"the Dunham tug Indiana has been placed in ordinary for the time being. This is considerably...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

TH E STUfcGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 23 1913. STAIfE NEWS IN BRIEF. | $Ett’S FOHTV Ai\\D FIFTY YEARS AGO. The valuation pf Brown county as fix­ ed by tlic assessor of incomes is $38,- 460,630: *.-. . John Slmle of N orth-Freedom is. the grow er, of W isconsin's biggest apple. I t V weighs thirty-tw o ounces. ’ The barn o f Anton Sleidle of Apple­ ton was struck by lightning and destroy­ ed the loss aggregating $3,000. The 0 -year-old son of B ert Jewell of -\" Antigo died from the effects of swallow- ing tljrcc peach stone.s. Death did not result for a week after he had swallowed • -the stones, however. T he banks of Antigo have inaugurated a new system and will rem ain open three nights of the week to enable- laboring patrons to have an opportunity to -d o business a t the ‘ institutions. • . The robbers who broke into the post- office a t Plainfield and stole $400 w orth ' of stam ps were captured by a sheriff’s .posse a t Bancroft, to which town they had been traced b y the of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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