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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 November 1913

r THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 20,1913. THAincsoxviBra ow n m t a s k \"O h It « u re ly seem s y e a rs sin c e th e \"dear . c h ild ren ’s v o ices R am ? o u t on th e fa rm !\" — so th e old peo­ ple say . y [ \". ■'■■\" - ' '• “N e v e r m in d th e y a re oom lrig, th e la d s • ■'•â–  a n d th e lassies. ' A n d e’en th e ■wee hiables, w ith T h a n k s ­ g iv in g d ay , S o th e turK ey is fa tte n e d , th e c h ic k e n s g ro w , p lu m p er, T h e a p p le s a re g a th e re d , th e la r d e r is ’filled \\ . T hri Ilttle w h ite “ p o rk er” d in es d a ily o n . - d a in ties, -\"\"Nor d re a m s o f th e . h o u r w h e n p ig g ie s a re k illed . ' . : Oh, th e h u rry , th e s c u rry , in G ran d ­ m am m a s k itc h e n , ' A ■'■■■■ T h e w e ll-lad en ta b le s w h e re .goodr th in g s a re p iled, ... ■ T h e c h a irs t h a t a re w a itin g , f o r h u n g ry • n ew -co m ers, . A nd e’e n th e “ h lg h -c h a ir”, fo r th ...

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 — 20 November 1913

' * . ' * ■ ' f THE SfURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 20, 1913. * . ,fj n i l I I 1 I I 1 1 1 11 l 'H H M l l l i M I'M I H H H I'H 111 11II1 1 1 1 1 1’l 11 I I I 1111111 * * * * * , The Soo cloth is steam shrunk, which strengthens the cloth so that it is almost im­ possible to break a strip one-half inch wide :: and which gives the cloth double wearing ’. Get the SOO if you g et any end w e ore ogents for Door Gom Profit Sharing Come »to our Tickets with ev­ Moving Picture Show. Tickets ery sale. Free at our store. I I1 I I I 1 1 1 HH 1 1 1 111 n n H * * l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i l l 111 l H H I «*« I 'M I' H m H I YOU’LL soon, be thinking of a way to please Father, Mooher,. Friends, and Sweetheart at Xmas time. Think o f . • ■ ■ '■ Yonr portrait, as yon are to • day win please ’ them all , • Make/ an appoint­ ment to-day before the rush is on. Rieboidt Studio Phone 26S3 Over Stiles Co. The Photographer In Your Town. \\ \\ \\ \\ W yijV A X Y a good cook o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 November 1913

O T IC E l— Y ou can g et th e A d v o c a te f r o m n o w u n til J a n . 1st, 1915, fo r $1.50, SP E C IA L ' Seer o u r C lub O ffer cr. t ’rtoihe:' g .tje o r • ’.! 1 o r p b o n e : ua fo r full p a rtic u la rs STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913. VOL. 52. NO. 36 $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS M ESSAGE FROM PLYMOUTH. “D ear W ife and- Children: “ W e w ere le ft up here in Lake M ichigan b y M cKinnon, captain of th e tu g James H . M a ftin .a f anchor, - He. w en t aw ay an d never, said good- , b y e ’ o r anything to us. . L o st one m an la s t n ight. W e have been ou t . in th e sto rm 40 hours. Good-bye ^ d ear ones,-! m ight see you in heaven. . P ra y for me— CH RIST K. “I fe lt so bad I h ad ano ther m an w rite fo r me. H uebel owes $35.00 •' • so. y o u can g et it. ' Good-bye, for- ■ . ever.” ' • ’ ’ ■ r. •' T he foregoing is a copy of a'm essage .received by th e C entral W est Coal Co., of M enominee, Mich.,' enclosed in a le t­ te r ...

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 — 27 November 1913

f T r * ''~ t THE SXOHGEOW BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 27, 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. near Camp Douglas. They found a Hro- ken rail at a place where the embank A total of $338,778.00.must bo ««a\":Py.Waving^t^'. coals in taxes in Brown county for '1913, ft8 attracted the attent-on of the engineer, ordered by. the Brown county board of Conductor M.lo Sohackley reported the supervisors in adopting the tax'levy. ■. ,M»ys' act. to the division offices for ap- 1 i propnate action. Passengers took xxy James W. Summer, a pioneer resident a coUection for the bbys, but they l.s- of Madison and formerly a well-known upp are(] in tlm W00(l9_ business man, died there on Sundnj* at I the age of 80. He retired from business One man is fatally stabbed, and anotli- Beveral years ago. er is in the hospital with wounds that „ f . . . may cause his death as the result of an David Griffin, brakeman on the river mft(]e &t midnigl)t on Wednesday division of the Milwaukee road, who Q n t , )e ga]oon o...

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 — 27 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 27, 1013. AH UHWILLISfi AECQMPUSE. ■‘Now you are not a bit afraid, Mollie, are you?” questioned my brother, very solicitously. ' ' ' “Afraid—of what? I ’m not a baby.’ “No, indeed you are a hundred,1 mockingly. “And if I’ve traveled \"all the way from Cincinnati to New . York by myself, I don’t know why I can’t from Leamington to London?’ ' “Yes b at this isn’t America, you know. And girls are so silly. I don’t see w hat'can happen to you, unless you —unless you put your head out of the window too far, and:-get.it knocked off. Now don’t be dignified. ' I ’m telling you this to keep m y spirits up. I ’m afraid maybe mother might cut up about my leaving you, but I can’t let this chance for shooting slip, and the fellows won’t wait. 'Hello! Here’s tbfe train! First- class to London, guard. Nobody in this compartment? All right, Mollie jump in. _ -Make my peace w ith mother if she is vexed. • Tra, .la, la,.la!” cried niy bro­ ther/giving me a hug an...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 November 1913

StURGBON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER f i i m „ The Sly Old Xtog. you call mo fickle, dear. Because 1,seem ,to see ' .. . In every 'pretty face a charm That breathes of , love to me. I am not fickle, dear, - ' , , Because my heart seems stirred Bv-other pretty girls. Oh, no! Fickle is not the word. If I should show-you, dear Mow much I love you when I’m looking at another’s face, you’d weary of me then. If-vou knew too much, dear, your love for me might pall I am not fickle, dear— I’m foxy—that is all. j&lcctctl ptecfU an jj. TH E WAY TO W IN. 7 J///Edward/Stone stood impatiently upon ./the.topatep of Uncle Daii’s 8tately re3i- dence. There/was not the faintest Bign of life anywhere round—the whole front part of the house was closed and darken ed—and having rung several times, he was about to conclude that there was no one within hearing when a ' head Was thrust out of the -attic window. “Young man, go round to the side door.” Considerably startled by this unexpect ed address, the you...

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 — 27 November 1913

/ - - ~ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 27, 1913. v - • A SERIOUS -CASE. H e Is tender and gentle and' good to me alw ays: K I have loved him from girlhood, shall love him till death. T he home ho has made mo a tru e lover’s - Eden, ■ .v- E xcept fo r a serpent th a t’s lurking beneath. H ere I s it and em broider, pain t plagues, and w rite poetry, And w ait' fo r his com ing—his fond little w ife: B u t when I ru sh to him and ask i f he loves me, • H e kisses me, spying, “You b et your . sw eet life.” Oh, how can I bear it! F o r love is so serious, • . . . So sweet, so solem n,, th a t cruel the T he true*heart m u st feel w hen its deep- ' edt outpouring I s m et in such fashion w ith jesting1 and slang. • , B ut th e end is approaching, and e en tho it kill me, , , . „ I’ll leave him, since surely he has no F o r his^w ife—-or to-day when I asked if he loved m e ' He’d never have answered, “w hy cert ll,ttle pard.\" “Seems awfully forlorn to eat a Thanksgiving dinner all ...

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 — 27 November 1913

THE SCTRGEQW’B A Y ^ ^ c A X R ^ T O M B B K ^ f ^ l g ^ •‘■ r / r / . = / ~ ' * *' ' -» - Ef.tered ini the Post/offi'cP fLvStUrgeoh Bay, AYis., as second-claeS- n atter, •* Published E v e^^T K uftjday /at StUrgeon DUDtEY- S. LONG, Busiqhss,’ Manager, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 27, 1913. The iniwV’jVumbet of the Algoma Hernjd was printed last Thursday, the 20tli Inst. T he p a p e r.lo o ik i.^ ^ ^ iia n S fromyth e 'l^ in o jin t^ rA d ii^ t^ ii^ m ' the first issue looks hs/Gmugn ill'? will 'be .a navmor r'ft+Jiff.V' ' SEVASTOPOL COUPLES .WED. Paul Lauscher. Miss Stella Marie Lauscher and George Paul were on Tuesday morn­ ing .''united in marriage at St. Joseph church in this city. After tlier wcddhig a reception followed at the home, of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lauscher, during the afternon, In the evening a wedding dance was given at Paul’s hall, which was attended by many friends of the bride, and groom, who wished the liappv couple long and pros­ perous...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 November 1913

gH E S T UHGE O g ! » * - i - LQ CAL/ITEM S. A a v e f tis e d ^ t^ r ’itisL'^olIoy7ijpg -i8 the lift’Vpf ^ u n t i e d foir K^tfe'?jk^to,vio-'- cal postoffice: Chas. Brauri, Bill GreeS, Fred Johnson, Mrs.- Bert Olson. ^ . Thanksgiving D ay.— The observaucq of Thanksgiving day will be general dri ■, the citj* on which. nsuBioiuam lces.w ill. be held- in the several churches. Tlio ,. mercantile establishments wiHj- close during the afternbn. There ■will' be jio rural delivery today. The Weather.—Delightful weather has been vouchsafed this region during the past week—more like_ the early days , of ' fall than the\" beginning of . winter. The weather prophet who, when we had the cold spell early in the month prophesied an early and long winter, has not been heard from for the past couple of weeks. A Venison Supper.—Members of the ' Odd Fellows lodge on Tuesday evening ^ participated in a .venison supper, the delicacy having been supplied by Frank Knuth of the Fourth Ward, who an­...

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 — 27 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 27, 1913. WIND OW-PANB PICTURES. From eve till dawn, the long n i\" h t thru, Cold W inter’s elfin hand Such pictures drew (v. , As never grew , . .Beneath the touch of human hand. In dawn’s dim lig h t they fain tly gleamed On.frozen panes, and glim pses seemed V To give of - fairy-land. The boughs of great old trees w ere bent AVlth silver sheen and forth w as sen t A frosty ligh t from distant height, W here g litt’ring spires appear to sight . And far-off castle wall. Now here a t hand, like a silver strand, Hanging in m id-air fairly A draw bridge spanned the chasm grand, Gleaming before us airily.- - A stream ituwod down the m ountain side And cast a silvery spray, .Then dashing on w ith leap and slide ■With' graceful bound and easy glide . I t reached the boulders gray, And in deep gorges swept away. Now o’er the cold gray landscape came A w avering light, a pale rose.tinge. T hat touched the leaves and m osses’ fringe, Then slowly , grew ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 27, 1913. garden mv\\ iLnne ... C O P O T B Y q n t s s . “U p e a rly In th e m o rn in g , J u s t a t th e peep o f d ay , : S tra in in g m ilk In th e d a iry . T u rn in g th e cow s aw a y — S w eeping th e floor In th e k itch en , .M a k in g th e b ed s u p s ta irs , , \"W ashing th e b re a k fa s t d ishes,- D u stin g th e p a rlo r c h a irs. B ru sh in g , th e c ru m b s fro m th e p a n try . H u n tin g f o r eg g s in. th e b a rn , C lean in g t h e - tu r n ip s f o r d in n er, S p in n in g th e sto c k in g y a rn — S p re ad in g th e w h ite n in g lin e n . D ow n on th e b u s h e s below . R a n sa c k in g e v e ry m eadow W h e re th e s tra w b e rrie s gro w . . S e a rc h in g fo r ‘'fix in g s” fo r S u n d ay , C h u rn in g th e sn o w y cream , . R in sin g , t h e p a ils a n d s tr a in e r D ow n in th e r u n n in g s tre a m — 'F e e d in g th e g eese and. tu rk e y s , .. -M a k in g -th e p n m k in p ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 November 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE /NOVEMBER 27, 1913. COUNTY NEWS ' DETROIT BASSOS. Ttic fishermen who wont to Green Bay fronl here report having unprecedented, success. They re expected homo for. Thanksgiving. . X X (:X :X y-.7 John Anderson moved to Menominee, AI ich.yiastSaturdny where, he will make his hdme with his \"daughter,-Mrs, Gua. Lmd^oiu^who-movcd,there recently., , ' 7 Gapt Will. Robinson of Hie- .Plum Ts-. land {life saving'.stntion left last Thurs­ day 'for the mcjv^Atnfioit Atr.j’tritivater, Mick Bis successor,iCapt.='Bthal, has not yet arrived. - Maurice 'and Walter Hansen'returned last week from sailing. Maurice was ono, of the crew of the ill-fated steamer. ‘Howard M. Hanna, Jr., .and he. has some thrilling/ experiences to relate. • ’■ ■ '.\"Thc'iine weather seems to have put lit spft of damper on the potato market. It' seems that during: tho earliest cold cathcr the buyers bought quite heav­ ily, and now, as a ,'conseqdepce they are moving more slowly.. • The.- gas...

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 December 1913

V O L . 52. N O . 37 STURGEON BAY, WIS., TH U R SD A Y , DECEMBER 4, 1913. m $1.50 A Y EA R LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS ECHOES FROM THE PLXMOIJTH. St. M artin Island Liglit-Station, Fayette, 'Micfi.V.. ' Sturgeon Bay Advocate:— ’ .■ A 10-foot sculling oar t o found on the beach, near lighthouse, marked “Ply­ mouth.” Respectfully, ' I'--'\" ' '' KEEPER, ST. MARTIN. Fayette, Mich., Nov* 29, 1913. Sturgeon Bay Advocate:— In regard to Barge Plymouth, which •was- wrecked on Lake Michigan, left by the tu g : M artin, I saw the M artin on Saturday. She came in Big Summer Passage on th a t morning and laid until Tuesday and I don’t-see why he did’not take-his'barge down in the lee of- W ash­ ington Island-which was only six or sev­ en miles and fair'wind. I-’think the tug M artin was seaworthy enough to take the crew off the Plymouth I believe if I was in his circumstances, I would have m ade. an effort to save the crew. The tug M artin had all kinds of chances to make a lee behind 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 — 4 December 1913

s THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER 4, 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF: Manitowoc County taxes tor 1914 will total $335,782.62, an incrase of more than $122,000 over . last year. Edward Howe of Racine, an engineer, was killed by a street car a t Toledo, 0.. while visiting in tho Ohio city. United States Engineer Mann has is­ sued orders closing navigation on the Fox river and its tributaries on Decem­ ber 1st ' \" , Settlement to the amount of $18,750 was. made by the Allouez Bay Dqck com- ' pany, Superior, with KominrfiHill, who was injured in a train collision on the dock on . Aug. 1. After laying for -four days underneath a horse in his barn at Calumetville, the body of Fmrik Linzer. ngefl 51, who is thought f a have died from a stroke of apoplexy, was found. His cap was found among reeds on Hunt­ er’s lake. ' - K ■' WAUSAU.—While D. Beschelik of Gallon was standing on’ a stump his gun slipped from his grasp'ahd wgs discharg­ ed. The shot went'jthroiigli his arm. The member will...

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 December 1913

ISBE* ' V M * ft- / Pointing to the sign of quality in Men’s and Boys* apparel. I am not the L A R G E S T M E R C H A N T in town but* I give the t d R G i S T D O L L A R S worth in Clothing for Men and Boys, I pay exclusive attention to one line and can talk from ^ past ex­ perience that a dry goods store cannot serve a MAN like a CLOTHING STORE. I buy and sell for cash, and at ONE PRICE TO A LL and this one price is always right. Look out for the merchant or clerk who asks a high price and ^ takes a lower one. Stop and think if possible some one else getlf still a lower price oh the same goods as this merchant or clerk must put himself right to accept your offer and still make a pro- fit. Look over the following and come and buy According to your needs with the confidence that you have ^been honest with yourself and the dollar you spend. Men s Gum Sandals, at 7Bo Pure Gum R ibbed Rub­ b e r s tor heavy tops, 1.85 to 2 .2 5 . M en 's and B o y s' LoatIt­ e r Top R u bbers in P...

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

[O fficial P u b lic a tio n .j l ) O O R C O X J I S r T Y C om piled b y E a r l M, L a P la n t, C lerk o f D oor C ounty. SECOND SAT. N o v em b er 12th, 1913. N ine o'clo ck In th e m orning. M eetin g ca lle d to o rd er b y th e c h a irm a n a n d th e c le rk called th roll, a ll m em b ers b e in g p re s e n t b u t M r. D alem ont. A / T he fo llo w in g p etitio n w as tW/n road an d re fe rre d to th e 'H ig h w a y c o m m ittee: T o .th e H o n o rab le C o u n ty B o ard o f S u­ p e rv iso rs o f D o o r C ounty, V is . G en tlem en :— T h e qualified e le c to rs of tho tow n o f B ru ssels, a t th e la s t a n ­ n u a l m ee tin g in th e above m entioned tow n, held on tho first day. Of A pril, 1913,. v o te d a n d a u th o rize d th e tow n b o ard o f sa id tow n to ra is e ■ o n e-h alf o f th o c o st o f tw o new b rid g es, one to bo e re c ted a c ro ss th e so -called A ndre C reek o n tho tow n line, b etw een L incoln, K ew au n ee . C ounty a n d...

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 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER 4, 1313. - “ U g P l U 3 T 0 1 1 » l i E D . — y E B Y . \" •’■ • W ooing W inter has, w on h e r a t last, . B lu ett B rae-burn th e young m ountain '■■■■ Till, ■And the diamond -wedding is past. L eaving W in ter the bride and the bill. fie wooed her w ith gifts, I have heard. And he gave her a sca rf of fine lace, Frost-w oven in fem -Ieaves and sprays .W ith a veil fo r h er sunshiny face. • B u t she ladghed as she gathered them up _ And hung on the m ill-w heel to shine, O r tattered. her veil on the branch ’•'Of a solemn old wind-levelled pine. H e gave h er snow -pears fo r her b re a s t ■ W ith plum es from the fingers of fro st Gave her, ribbons o f silver to lace H er bonny young bosom acrost. ' B ut, she crept to th e edge of the\" rocks' W h e re dropping .them down one by one, She rippled a free little laugh, And sen t a kiss up to' th e sun. ' Old W inter w as silent and strong, ' '' ■.-: Old W inter w as p atien t...

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 December 1913

-■ ' ' r. ' ^ v - '.- u t s ^THS STURGEON BAY. ADVDCAXE DECEMBER 4, 19X3. .. Entered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, tVls., as seephd-clfiss .m a tte r.\" Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION, v One year.. . ................................... . . .$1.50 81x m onths. . . '. . . . . . . . . . . . .76 .Four m onths. ......... 60 •\"Two months............... / .Zti. ’Single conies............................................. 06 Two dollars will be charged If not paid Within the year. .... .. - DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager Sturgeon Bay. Wis., December 4, 1013. • Opening of Sixty-Third Congress. The first session of the sixty-third congress, the second in President Wil­ son’s ndminitration, began work Monday nbon, Dec. 1st. The president on Tues­ day rer his message .to congress, this document being remarkable for it bre­ vity. „ \\ ■ ■ ’ It Was Ever Thus. There are too ’inaiiy people who ex­ pect the newspapers to do all the boost­ in...

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 — 4 December 1913

LOCAL IT E M S- : V-? : f f ' ■ ~ V Moravian Xadii^s •Aid.—The Mora LadieeAicl $ili meet a t c h d r c ^ pi lors ,-next Weclnesday afterr Council Meeting Adjoarned.-jOwing to tlie absence from - the city of several of the aldejrmen, /the ^regular meeting was • adjourned from? Tuesday. ,n ig lj^ $ r on week. New Blacksmith Shop.—GeorgaiLando, who/ recently erected a ‘ brick: blfu^ffipjfth shop, adjoining the premises of Barney Haeffi, has .opened-the place for buaipess, and' ia enjoying a good ’share* (H/roie' public patronage. ' ' - istsrf -xit ' Venison Sapper.—Members of the (ke- bekah and Mdsonic-' lodges were^Tfc't evening treated to a venison sapper fa t their, lodge 'rooms, the meat havijigrfceen supplied : by : August R ieboldt.(T here were■ about 125 present, and naturally the i-Supper. was very' much, enjoyed.^ Advertised Letter -List.—Folio w ing, is the list of uncalled for letters a t the lo­ cal post office:—Ralph Bueler, Louis Bolin, Lee Colbum, Elsie Cornet, Cher...

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 December 1913

TRE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER FAHSXEB. •\".' T h e re s ta n d s to n ig h t on m y ta b le A b oquet o t p a n sie s sw eet, T h ey w ere b ro u g h t by m y little sw eet- . h e a rt, . Sly lo v in g eyes- to g reet. “T hey w lrt so o th e y o u r tired feeling,* W ith a sen se o f co m fo rt a n d re st, F or, m am m a, th ese l a t e ‘ones, a re beau- ■. tie s , ’ And choice ones fro m a ll th e b e st.\" So spoke m y little d arlin g , » W ith a sm ile so ten d e r olid true, A s only an in n o cen t childhood In affection c an look to you. I love th e little p an sies W ith th e ir sw eet u p tu rn e d face, ’T hey tell m e th e lo v e lie s t/s to ry W ith th e ir b eau ty an d sim p le grace. I f I p u t them in golden v a ses O r in a com m on ch in a bowl. T h eir ric h e s t fra g ra n c e .still passes, . To a ll w ho them behold. • O f n a tu re th ey a re m eek an d low ly, T ho’ th e ir b ea u ty is su rp a sse d b y none T he sw e e te s t of a ll G od's flow...

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