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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 November 1913

i S I n g . . know the world 1 had not given i om the flow? I f vi s eould not 'discern them with the ye. ■■■\"'■. , 2.—Hearing. I’sk w eet sounds that o ft around us , w l0t joy.- God gave us, power 'T he sense of sm ell many dolights dis­ et balmy air, the perfume of a rose,- * danger, bids us haste away, vapors, lurking where-we 0m ^^ap gook. AGEJiTS\" AN ADVENTURE ON THE OLD MERIPOSA STACE. There were five men of us in one of the old Mariposa stage coaches before the days of the railroad, and it was five o’clock in the afternoon of an August day. We were on our way to Stockton, and of the passengers one was a Lieut­ enant in the regular army, another a tourist in search of health, a third a ranchman, and the other two were pros­ pectors and miners. None of us had met each other previous, to the start. ■ Those were perilous times, and the first half hour was spent in sizing each oth­ er up. I .don’t know to what conclusion the others came, but I looked over the four...

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 — 6 November 1913

HE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 6, 1913, , ^hf^tuvt}Cotv§ttti|i(lvo«Ur Entered in the Post-offlca at' Sturgeon Bay, Wis., ns second-clafes matter. Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis. v ■ DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. .., RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. O n e,,y en r... i .......... ji.Efl' Six m onths...................... 76 Pour m onths............................................ .60 •Two months*........................... .26 Single copies....................................... .05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin the year. . Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 6, 1913. If'Michael Johnson of La Crosse, who fell out dfx bed and,sprained his right wrist when told ho was the father of a nine-pound boy, had been where he be­ longed—out of bed and by his wife’s side—he would not have suffered the “distressing” accident. ' ^ ■ The express companies are making pre parations to reduce their rates, which •will go into effect before the holiday season. After havin...

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 — 6 November 1913

Lo c a l j t e m s . ' Advertised Letter List.—Folltwing is ■the list of/uncalled for letters a t’tbe lo- ■ : cal p.osfoffiee .Fred ' Goons, Lawrence Johnson, Chiis. E. Spindler. . ‘ P ut ii^ City Heat.—Connection is be­ ing made by the N oll block to the city steam heating mains, this beng the (third business house to attach this fall. County Board Meeting.—The county board of supervisors w ill m eet in regul- ■ ar session next week Tuesday. The u s­ ual amount of work w-ill come before ' the' body, from , present indications.- ' , ' The W eather— The past , week ,has .been one of-ideal fall weather.'' W ith the . exception of Sunday, when, a ligh t rain '■ Jell, the days have been fair and cool, /H ea v y frosts have been the. rule during the night. . . .Another Picture Show— Martin Dehos is making preparations t o . open . a mov- ’ ing picture show in the building until ■ ■recently occupied by him self as a gro- cery store. The interior . is be'ng. remod- eled wiin ...

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 — 6 November 1913

* H E . STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 6| 1913. T H E H X B E S SQUXBBSXt. A lion to th e s q u irre l s a id : ' ‘W ork fa ith fu lly fo r m e /A n d . w hen y our ta s k is done m y frie n d R ew ard ed you s h a ll be, W ith b a rre lfu l o f finest n u ts fro m •• My ow n n jtt tre e .” \"M y lion k in g ,” th e sq u irre l said, \"to . th is T do ag ree.\" T h e sq u irre l toiled bv day and n ig h t Q u ite 'f a ith fu l to h is h ire: So h u n g ry an d so fain t, som etim es, HO th o u g h t he m u st expire. B u t s till he k e p t h is co u rag e up, and ’o ' ' T u g g ed .with m ig h t an d m ain “H ow nice th e n u ts w ill ta s te .” lie . th o u g h t, t : \"W hen I tny b a rre l g ain .” A t la s t, w’hen h e w as n e a rly dead, : . A nd th in , ,and old a n d ,g ra y . Q uoth .lio n : \"T h e re ’s no m ore w ork \", Y ou’re fit to do. . I’ll’ p ay .” / A b a rre l fu ll of n u ts h e g av e—ripe, Rich,, a n d big. b u t oli! T h e s q u irre l’s te a rs ran . dow ...

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 — 6 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 6, 1913 ‘ L -5 T B S GUBX. ACBOSB T H E W AT. * vAcross th e way. . ' T hroughout the day. ■ - She a t th e dorm er window sew s , \", X see her sm ile,. In peace the w hile The breeze through her ringlets flows. A song-she hum s, On, tiptoe comes (Looks shyly a t me w here I s it)— - ‘ W ith loving w ords To feed the birds, . * T h at round the sill so gaily flit. ' O, all ray brain is in a w hirl,. My hopes are up and down. Because she is the sw eetest girl In all the bloom ing town. O, all the day. long H er happy song, The sp irit of my dream s repeats. In noise -and ja r And trolley car, ■ M y -h eart unto its burden beats U ntil I think - I a m .o n th e brink Of P arad ise on w ings elate . H er windows th e r e ,/. W ith flowers fair, : To m e is Eden’s happy gate. O, when I see h er unloosed curl, H ang shining on h er gown, .1 know she's quite the sw eetest girl In all th e bloom ing town, . ' 'I n flimsy lawn, •. , • A s bright- as. ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 November 1913

TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 6, 1913. ! PIECE o bread an an — Remember the apple butter days of child- You can go to tnem again with Heinz Apple Butter. It has the \\ fragrance of the or­ chard:—has a real tart, satisfy­ ing- taste of Grandma's own. Once try Heinz Apple Butter, and you will take n o. other brand. ■ ' .Better ’phrin© your order new. SHIMMEL t h e GROCER Phono 14 W e make this stove in our own shop and know that a better heater cannot be built. Fully guaranteed. Inspect it before purchasing.' * Ths Ives Machine Oo., St irgedn Bay, W is. Yourself COUNTY NEWS ‘ D E T R O IT H A R B O K . Capt. \\Vm. Hob’iisom of the Plum Is ­ land' I.. S. S tation received ofiicinl no­ tice tln .t lie will be tninsferired t o ‘Smith ITavon, M idi.. in t'lie 'near. future,' Who will tak e his place there has not vet been decided. , The sehoonev .-\\renhil‘ w biclr was re­ ported' loading potatoes lo r Geo. ,!Mnim last week, lids taken her /d e p artu re for som e' souther...

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 — 13 November 1913

NOTICE! — You . can, g et th e A d v o c a t e f r o in now until Jan. 1st, 1915, for. $1.50. : : VOL. 52. NO. 34 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1913. SPEourIAClLub C ! S ee Offe on an other,)tr , or caller pliSne fig for full particulars S i.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS A NOVEMBER STORM The . storm which sw ept over Lake Michigan and Green Bay between S at­ urday and Monday did considerable dam­ age to shipping as w ell as dock property. During the blow on Saturday after­ noon a yaw l from one of the boats shel­ tered in the bay broke adrift and land­ ed up the canal, w here: it w as picked '.up the following morning and returned to the owners. The tug Crystal, owned by Capt. N els Sornson, broke aw ay from the dock of the Booth company on the w est side of th e bay Sunday night and w as carried up the bay, where she grounded in the mud. The cra ft: suffered no injury and w as able, to release herself Monday morn­ in g after steam had been put on her. The ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 November 1913

, j y p •. V r THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER ^ , 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. According to a decision o f-th e state’s attorney general too county ami not tlie town is: liable for accidents 011 tbe.liigli- . w ay. ' - .lames Wolfe of Grand Rapids was ser iously shot w hile hunting w ith ■ his fa­ ther, the gun being discharged by hitting 'a stum p and tearing off his arm . - Fred Greenwood was in stantly killed . atF lo ry n ce when the jille he w as clean­ sin g , w as accidentally discharged and the bullet penetrated his head. He leaves a .fa m ily . - Owing to the inability of the Wiscon­ sin K nitting. W orks a t Mnnitowoc to secure sufficient help the factory was obliged to sh ut down and look for aii- ' other location. Kenosiia is to vote 011 the commission form of governm ent a t 't h e next spring election, petitions signed by the requir . ed num ber of electors having been -filed w ith the city council. Chpt. Jacob Saveland. who w as ac­ cidentally killed b y a tr...

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 — 13 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 13, 1913. I ’oftru. AS O SH EBS SEE VS. ’Twould be. a dangerous gift, O potent fay!- ' w hatever feather-headed poets »say. To stand outside and see ourselves : As we are seen—by mortals and by elves' Within a 'certain woodland’s blessed shade, .- ■ . . .•â–  : There dwells a star-eyed, red-lipped lit-' . tie maid. Whose glance so- arch, so altogether tender, Would Bring a'Whole battalion to sur- render. ■ By twice ten thousand promises she’s mine: But did she know her beauty so divine. Could she but see—as I —the grace that is in her, There’d be no longer nope for this poor s in n e r. And had X seen, ere winning th is-fair My monstrous ugliness, in form and feature, , As her discarded lovers now do view It, I never would have had the face to do it. Elizabeth P. Allan. •Â®ur #ook. DORIS VINCENT. A TALE OF OLD VIRGINIA. The scene of this, brief story is laid in Virginia, time the latter part of the sev­ enteenth century. A few miles above Ja...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 November 1913

■ : - , r ', ' - * - ' - •. ::IE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, H37EMBEB 13 j s i l - • ' ^ h f ^ t u w i c m t g i m i J W m i i U ' » « • « * » T lt E C T 1 J E M l ( # ., . - ,...- .,-. :■—..i — _— ... . ...— G rsoirc Boaf foizrcdc 5heifers in Fori F.on E /.te rc d in th e i ’ost-otllce n t SturfreCn i S atu rd ay M o rn i'p -lh ti. Tuesday Hlii.c os Her Way to . Ttmpa, Fia. B ay, AVIs., a s seco n d -class, m a tte r. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. November 13, 1913. COMMERCIAL CLUB BANQUET. ,-Publlslied Every Thursday at Sturgeon i Buy, W is. :: sj . , ------ r •. . ■■ A' v ■ • .... ■ . — I The. fine gasoline, boat Comrade nrriv- DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. 1 til in port Friday evening'* while bound r \" ----- . ■ - ■ ■ - ' .j from Dqpcre to Tampa,'Florida, with a R A T E S OF S U B S C h l-P T Io :',. \" I p a rty . T he C om rade is a new b o at, linv- one y e a r . .............................. tl.jjO j ing been launched a t D epere o n ly last. , fSnr\"m Snthn::.' ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 November 1913

THE STURGEONBAY• ADVOCATE, j n \\£ K 8 £ S 1 3 / 13J3. LOCAL ITEMS. . I PERSONALS - . j . . . , ■■■■ 1«tt i ndcil by bnde/smafid and -groom's • nian went thru the- wedding ceremony, '■/■. : | much' to the delight-of'theYaascmbled - MrA Frank-Pies went to Algoma Sttt- ljguests. Vhoithade/,merry until- the time_ wLs t Side: Sells Property—The Adolph Hainachek. Miss Alariha. Leque left- Monday for t ^ ________ _____ ___ _____ ‘ /h^use adjoining the local -fish, hatchery Racine to spend a week or so visiting urday to spend a few days visiting with/ Wended toward tite midiiiglit hour. The: I on .the soiithj'was within the week' sold relatives and friends. ' / /: • relatives and friends. | bridal couple and/guests Vvere plioto- v-onV,nC AlleC’ thC °0n^ Attorney Henry Graass and Attorney S Mrs. And. Torrison is and has for the [s ral,lu'1 \\ v dash light. TheyWere also • ' , T- A. Sanderson went to Green Bay yes- past week ben confined to W r home and jP fes.t,ltc‘(I with- ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 November 1913

THE STURGEON RAY ADVOCATE, ftOVEMBERT3, 1913. a v / ’■'/: . ..' A MOTHEB’S LOVE. •\" '' Som e d ay W h en o th e rs b raid y o u r th ic k broxyn h a ir A nd d rap e y o u r fo rm in silk a n d lace. W h en o th e rs call you \"d ear\" a n d \" f a ir ’ A nd hold y o u r h an d an d k iss y o u r face, ■you’ll n o t fo rg e t th a t f a r above A ll o th e r s - is a m o th e rs love. ' ' ,-■ . . i S o m e d a y , W h en you m u s t feel love’s h eav y loss. You w ill rem em b er o th e r y ears. ■ W hen',I. too, b e n t b e n eath th e cro ss, A nd m ix m y m em ory w ith th y te a rs, I n $uch d a rk h o u rs be n o t a fra id W ith in th e ir sh ad o w s I h a v e p rayed. Som e day, A flower, a 's o n g , a w o rd m ay he A lin k b etw een u s s tro n g and sw eet A nd th en , d e a r child, rem em b er m e! : A nd le t y o u r h e a rt to \"m o th e r” b eat. M y love is w ith you ev ery w h ere, * T ou c a n n o t g e t beyond m y p ray er. Som e day— :■\" A t lo n g...

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 — 13 November 1913

ami gome. THE SUH CTJF. T he e a rth is the cup of the sun. ’ T h a t he\" fllleth a t m orning w ith wine, W ith strong,.- w arm w ine of his m ight. F rom th e vintage of gold and o f light—■ • F ill? it, and: m akes it divine. And a t night,- when h is journey Is done, A t th e gate-o f his rad ian t hall. He: se tte th his lips to the brim,- W ith a long las* look of his eye, \\n d . tilts it, and d ralneth it dry— D rains till he leaveth it all, ^Hollow and em pty and dim. And then, as he passes to sleep, ■ StlH ^full of the feats th a t he did - Long, ago in O lym pian w ars, . : H e c lo se s\\lt down w ith the sweep Of its slow -turning lum inous lid, . Its cover of darkness an d stars, W rought once by H ephaestus , of old W ith violet and v astness of gold. A. Lampman. and mittens, she clcsins her house and secs that stoves or furnace are in work­ ing order, and whtn all is -ready she settles down,, prepared fo r. cold and stormy days, with the blissful conscious­ ne...

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 — 13 November 1913

V THE STURGEON BA \\ ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 13, 1913. ^ PIECE o' bread an* butter an*---.- Remember the apple butter days of child- can so to them again with Heinz Apple Butter. • It • litas the fragrance of the or­ chard—has a real tart, satisfy­ ing taste of Granddad's own. Once try Heinz Apple Butter, and you will take no other brand., Better *phoneyourorderr S H I M M E L t h e GROCER Phone 14- The ives Heater V W e make this stove in our own shop and know that a better heater cannot be built Fully guaranteed. Inspect it befor6 purchasing. . . The lves Machine Co., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. is a time of joy and happiness. Add to the Vbappiness of your friends by giving them pic­ tures of ' Yourself But do not wait too long before yoii have them Itaken Xmas .is only •few weeks: - off. Remember a doz- ‘ enphotM malcfe .12 splendid gifts. COUNTY NEWS SISXSB BAY. P. W. Carlson was taken'suddenlyill last Aveek but. i t this writing is very much improved.. Henry Starr is a t Sturgeon Buy this...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 November 1913

N' OTICE! — You £cati 'g e t the A d v o c a te f r o m now until Jan . 1st, 1915, for $1.50. : : VOL. 52. NO. 35 QPECfAL! See- our Club Offe V ' 0 0 ! _ or {'iilt or--'/ nt tia for fti, r vi . lars . STURGEON BAY, WJS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913. LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS BARGE PLYMOUTH AND CREW LOST. The-storm of November 8th, 9th. and ' lOth claimed victims of tlie barge Ply- . mouth of M arinette and crew of seyen men. ' - •The members of the crew lost with Plymouth were: Axel Larson of Mari- 1 nette, inspector for the C. J. Huebel Co., aijd acting m aster of the barge James . ‘Sahota and Henry Kossak, both of Men- : ominee, and Peter Johnson and Clifford • Duchaine, of: M arinette . Christ -Keenan -%f Menominee, deputy U. S. marshall ’ and custodian of the barge. . ’ The Johnson mentioned is believed to _ . be a former resident of this county, , .Who lived a t Lily Bay in the town of Sevastopol, Henry Kossak is also a -former-resident of this city, the family having some ti...

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 — 20 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER. 20^1913, , STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. t / Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zwoibp] of Bur lington iiave just celebrated-the sixtieth ■ anniversary of their wedding. The jewelry store of W. F. Manecke. • Wausau, was burglarized Friday night '■■■ and nearly all of its contents stolen. The doss is $1,000. No clue ha3 been found. Alva Rowley of Muscoda, sustained r a compound fracture of the skull when i he was caught and tlirown to the ground ■by the belt of a corn shredder on which be was making repairs. While liis aged wife looked on unable. - ‘to assist him, Bcrent Anderson, 75 years old,1 farmer of near Viroqua, was killed by a vicious bull-,while he was crossing a field. Anderson was trampled to death. .The: several weeks old baby of Mis3 Anna Warnickel, Sheboygan, died from suffocation when in bed. Its father, W alter Vochting, was up in court re- cently and ordered to support the girl . and child. Peslitigo was chosen on Wednesday ’ -as the convention ...

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 — 20 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 20, 1913. (Official P ub lication ] P roceeilin p of the Board of D O O R COXJ3STTY Compiled' b y E a rl M. L aP lan t, Clerk o f Door County. 11th, 1913. T en o’clock, n ’t sta te in. w h a t portion o f L o t F ou r -N ovem ber ■Meeting o f th e cou n ty board called to order bjiW^Jiy ch a irm a n . and th e clerk ca lled th e roll. T h e fo llo w in g m em bers ■were p resen t: Geo. A h lsw ede, B o L. A n­ d erson, R oger K atough, H en ry H ahn, Josep h H o slett, N ich o la s M o e lle r .A l A M inor, Edw ard R oscoe, A u g u st Sim pson, Jo h n Sloan, H en ry Starr, A lb ert Schultz, E . C. Thorp, Geo. O. W hitford, Chas. Zill,— 15. . . T he fo llo w in g m em bers w ere absent: J o sep h D alem on t, N oel D elfo sse, M att P effer, F rank M cDerm ott,— 4. I t w a s m oved, seconded and carried th a t w e proceed to an Inform al b a llo t fo r Chairman. • T h e fo llo w in g nom in ation w a s m ade, R oger E atough. „ . . T h e ch ai...

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 — 20 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY'ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 20, 13J3, ^ I M H - H -I w h i h PERSONALS M \"H M *■♦1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I H H H H l f » l l « W illiams returned from' their wed E n te re d In th e Post-office a t S tu rg e d n B ay , W is.,' a s seco n d -class m a tte r. P u b lish ed E v e ry T h u rsd a y a t S tu rg e o n Bay. W ls. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. Sturgeon Bay,' Wis, November. 20. *1013. T H E PROPOSED RAILROAD. The news th a t a railroad is being planned to be built between Sturgeon B ay and L iberty Grove has created much enthusiasm th ru o u t the county, more es­ pecially in. the northern p a rt jjn d in this city.- This is very natu ral as there is no question b u t w hat modern transpor­ tation facilities w ill be the m aking of th is county and city and be of inestim ­ ab le value -to every property owner therein. The Advocate has, during its fifty- odd years of existence, faithfully striven to mould public opinion in a m anner which would resu lt only as ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 20,1913, LOCALJTEMS. Purchases Norden Home/—Jacob Ros­ enberg tlic first of the week closed a _ deal thereby he became the owner of the- Dr. H. A. Norden home oh upper Cottage street. / Mr. Rosenberg and faul­ tily do not expect to move, into the prem- ises until along toward the first of the . year. ' , - ' V ' ’ Trout Fishing Poor.—Since the big blow of the 8th,-- 9th. and lOtli the trout '■ fishing lias fell off to an.alarming extent, the fish having-sought deep water evi­ dently, according to the fishermen. The operators do not look for their return this fall. The catch of bluefins'is reported good, however. Pays toAdvertise.—WalLy Ives states that within the week he received an • ’order from St. James, Minn., for one of the stoves he has advertised in The Ad­ vocate,as well as many, other inquiries. Which also goes to show that -the col- umns of this .paper is the medium thru • which to reach the prospective customer. Marriage Licenses—r...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 20,1913. .. ^ t h a n k s g iv in g . S h a ll w e g iv e th an k a ? , ■ T he to ile r a n sw e rs: Yea. His hands were weary, as the long days sped away ' S pent brain, tire a body, ach ed fro m .day to day, ■' . : A n d 'y e t th e b rav e h e a rt in h is b raw n y b re a s t .. B eat in c o n te n t a s ev en in g b ro u g h t its rest, T h e sw e e t com panion o f h is ru g g ed life S m oothed h is m o ist brow w ltn ten d e r h an d s— h is w ife, ■Beloved by him beyond a ll m o rta l ken And ch erish ed sin ce th e jo y o u s m om ents w hen , H e led h e r to th e c o t am o n g th e tre e s W here now h is c h ild ren p ra ttle a t h is knees, .'H is hom e is h is kingdom , an d hi® r ig h t a rm stro n g , H e triu m p h ed a s th e d a y s sped along. „ s n a il we' give th an k s to d ay ? . T he to ile r a n sw e rs: Y e. . S h all w e g iv e th a n k s ? 1'ne rich m un a n sw e rs: Yes. T he d ay s h a v e b ro u g h t m ore...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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