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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 January 1914

s i • \\ I •' r ' -' ' , , ’ ’ ■■,■■,■■ s v _: :^s-- . v s' r A s •â–  - . THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 22, 1914. LOCALJTEMS. Wo Council Meeting.—There was no meeting of the council on Ttiesday even ing, the regular time for holding it. There being nothing, rushing ota the table the m ayor saved that-m uch for the city. . Advertised Letters.—Following is the list of uncalled-for letters a t the local post ofrice: . C. Germanson, H. Grant, Mrs. L. Johnson, Mrs. Divia i^eonard, -. A. Meyer, Prin. M. Mortenson, Warren Shorts, Guss Smollen, Melvin Viste. ^ Sells .Hotel Property.—Otto Mulvetz within the week sold the hotel property he owns on Main street to Henry Haucke of Algoma, taking - an 80-acre farm in exchange for the premises. The new owner is to take possession in the spring. Another Eugenic Marriage License.— County Clerk LaPlant ori Monday issued the.second eugenic marriage license' since the law went’into effect on January 1st. The parties were Andrew Olson o...

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 — 22 January 1914

“A B L E S S E D H O M E.” THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 22, 1914. A clear, sweet peal of marriage bells, A happy. wedded ■ pair, .ud yet the youthful briu., In leaving homo, so fair. \"I love the chosen one,” she cries, s, ‘‘With whom this day I roam, For whom I give up all but thon I’ve had a blessed nome!” Dear lass she did her part to \"make Home fair and bright I though^, For many a rare and goodly work Her gentle hands had wrought. And many, a tender word from her Had soothed the heart of Woe,- And let the yellow sunshine .in To set the heart aglow. In all my daily wanderings Through Joy, or pain, or strife. I've alwaystffound a daughter good To make a priceless -wife! To make her husband's love her law • Her husband's heart her shrine / And this I know thy bride will do. Oh, wedded friend of mine. Alien prize her as the sweetest gift That Heaven could e'er bestow, And make her life a nappy one, , Your help-meot, as you go. Then you will ask no better place Bene* th heav...

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 — 22 January 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JANttABY'22, 1914. . SIS KBDSX.X: HAMS. tie Isn’t handsome—-far from that, As m anly beauty goes B e doesn't sport the latest Hat Or up-to-datest Rothes. And yet. he Is ntoi-e popular Than all the blooming roost : And ev’rybody likes him, for . H is middle name Is Boost . H e doesn't wear the latest styles Or know the latest fjid But he Ju st smiles and sm iles an SMJLES When things are going, bad. He talks a lot, when ralnclouds pour. Of crops they have produced He sees their silver lining, for H is middle name Is Boost. \" He makes no million bucks a year. And yet he has enough H is charity is giving 'cheer When things are looking tough. Of friends he owns a plenty, more Than money has induced Yep, ev’rybody likes him, for • HJs middle name is BOOST. Get out yourself and boost a h it And jolly folks-along For knocking never makes a hit- When things are breaking wrong. If you should hear a kicker roar, Ju st bump him off the roost And show the folks you’r...

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 — 22 January 1914

THE STURGEON 'BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 22, 1914. * s We would rather have the nkrney to put into S p r in g S t o c k than p ur en s ana ,DQv’s W ell make yoirthe price. \" \\ x Say, Red: Why does your company do such an enormous ■ business? Because w.e’re always on the job we list and sell property at 60 miles an hour fast enough for ! anybody, isn’t it? /■” Sure Mike. Then come to us when | you want to change. Co.! STURGEON BAY Cedar St., Plipne 283 GREEN BAY : 121-123. N. Wash. St., Phone i COUNTY NEWS R A S S W X U F E E . Otto Karaite was surprised by- a num. her 'of his friends from Sawyer on Sat- nrdnv evening, when they gathered at his home for,,,a good time. This they succeeded in having before, taking their departure. Mrs. Clias. Brandle and her brother were victims of a runaway accident on Wednesday morning of last week while on their way to Sawyer to attend the sensiqjji of the Farmers’ Institute. The horse got away from th e 'driver twice while making the trip, but no ...

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 — 29 January 1914

- V :-V ■’b ' :V' THE AWVOCAT^ IS T ltS O TtiC X A t p P EOTH THE CITY A N 3 THE COUNTY. BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERE' VOL. 52, NO. 45 LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS DECISION IN PLYMOUTH TRIAL. Inspectors Revoke Pilot License of C apt MacKinnon, and Suspend Capt. ,Setunsky. The pilot-’s license of Captain Donald L. MacKinnon, of Menominee, Mich., has been revoked, and- .the license of Cap- tain L o u isS etu n ak y , also of th a t city, has been. Suspended for one year, as the result of the Recent investigation of the .barge,Plymouth disaster by United States Inspectors York and Gooding, of M ar­ quette, Mich. Their decision wa3 re ­ cently forwarded td Captain C. H.- Wes- cott of Detroit, supervising inspector for this district. The loss of the barge P ly­ mouth near St. M artin’s island, Green .bay, was one of the many marine acci • dents during November, Captain Mac­ Kinnon was part owner of the tug James H. Martin, which was towing the barge. Captain- Setunsky was master of ...

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 — 29 January 1914

\\ V . j . . ,- . • ~ •' |.: _ . ' _ ■• v \\ , ^.nv v THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 29, 1914. W i l l h u i i i i i i I I H 'I t H t / v -‘.-V ■ : ■ .' W 0 \" STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Blanche, the 2-year-old daughter of Ole Stager-, living near^Beloit, fell .into ‘a \"tank of hot water and was fatally scakled. • Congressman M. K. Reilly of Wiscon sin on Thursday introduced a bill pro­ viding for a $100,000 postoflioe and site for Two Rivers, Wis. Charles’Peck, former president of the village of Sheboygan Falls, was instant­ ly killed on liis farm near that place, • when a tree which he was cutting down fell on him. Harry Borrow was found guilty of killing Afrs. Emily Will in Milwaukee last October by a jury, and sentenced for life to state prison nt Waupun, where be was taken Saturday morning. The stockhoklers of the Dodge County Fair association at their annual meeting 'decided to hold their annual fair in Bea­ ver Dam front Sept. 28 to Oct. 2. The salary of the secretary,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 January 1914

vR? . - c 77. ■’ / . 1 I t ' j * 5 T H E ST U B G K O R -BA Y A D V O C A T E : (Official/Publication.) s of the Board of Silpemisors D O O R C b U N T Y . / C om piled b y E a r l M. I m p la n t, C le rk o f D o o r C ounty. (C o n tin u ed fro m l a s t w eek.) 11:3® 0- m.i a sp e cia l m ee tin g called to g e th e r by- th e c h a irm a n to lis te n to M r. B e rt Zirin, re p re s e n tin g th e F id e lity arid C a s u a lty C om pany o f Npw Y ork. **Ei®lned» to th e b o ard t h a t he w a s re a d y a n d w illin g to p ay th e c laim o f G e o rg e D e le rie an d th a t th e c le rk sh o u ld p a y th e w id o w $7.50 p e r w eek a n d th a t h e w ould on th e rec e ip t o f th o se rec e ip ts p a y th e -county. H e th en ex p lain ed th a t th e c le rk h ad on ly p aid $159.00 a n d th e c o u n ty If th ey h ad n o t been in su re d w o u ld h av e h ad to p ay a ro u n d $2400.00. ,jA fter h e .h a d tak e n h is s e a t th e b o ard b y a u n a n in o u s ris...

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 — 29 January 1914

THE STURGEON. BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 29, f 9l4 . •Ss Sturocon ©as advocate ■ M e re d in th e Post-office n t S tu rg eo n B ay , W is., a s seco n d -class m atter. P u b lis h e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg e o n ■ B ay, W is .. • R A T E S O F S U B SC R IPT IO N . O n e y e a r . . '. ..........•................................ . $1.50 81x m o n th s .. . . . . . . v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,75 . P o u r m o n t h s .. . ............ ,60 .Tw o m o n t h s . ,25 '8 In g le c o n ie s .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . __ .06 T w o d o lla rs w ill Je c h arg ed If n o t p a id w ith in th e year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., January 29,'1914. Assemblyman Roethe of Fenniniore is * candidate for governor, taking for his -platform “Economy and Lower Taxes.’- Mr. Roethe lm3 certainly .got a popular platform, if the howl that .most all taxpayers are putting up this winter is any criterion. 1 . Every week letters are received from different p...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 January 1914

z / / THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 29, IS14. ^ G A t ^ E l M S ^ ^A dvertised tetters.—Following is the lb t of -uncalled-for letters At the. local post office: Olga Ahlswede. Luke Ferk- esan, Albert-Johnson, Mary Schultz. ' Majrriage Licenses. — The following marriage- licenses were issued by County Clerk LaPlant within the week: Frank Teake and Tillie Carlson, Ellison Bay Edward Delcorps and Louisa Herrbold, SevastopoL . Going to Algoma.—The local troupe th a t played “Aaron Boggs, Freshman,\" will show a t Algoma on Friday , evening. The company is good, and the people of •our neighboring city will' not be disap­ pointed if they take in the performance. K /P . Minstrel's.—The sale of tickets for,the JL P. minstrels, which takes place a t the opCra house this evening, has been -exceptionally large and the indications are th at there will be a crowded house. The show will commence promptly a t 8:15 p. m. Flood School Campus.—After the snow, of Sunday the city team was put to ...

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 — 29 January 1914

THE STURGEON' BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 29, 1914. V - ' int. ^ '. myself in the saiue case ifm y ca b in is / [destroyed I do not Jcnow. w hat'w ill re­ main -for my granddaughter Jacqueline. *JU i B t l t i l OP C1BCE.—A C&A8BX0 Hut wlmt do .you want,'sir? France, our PABSE. ' | country,' before anything!” w . | The captain was touched, and reraov- •.Wjjigt^all h is• g r a d e s drank the tnagtcj |„g hi8 cap he said to the patirot: . O f c tu tty Circe, changing: form and soul ’ “You are a brave man, and God bless *f men to brutes—wolves, lions, bears, Vmi \" and swine— J ou’ Ulysses only) full of strength divine, “And an old soldier,” replied the vine And matchless wisdom, ’scaped the si- ten’s snare Refused tjie tempting cup, and (triumph rare!) R e tu rn e d a n o th e r m ixed w ith su ch sk ill I t ich arm ed th e c h a rm e r to th e h 's w ill dresser, straightening hiiusclf “there is my Cross of the Legion of Honor given to me by the emperor himself, the great --------- — ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 January 1914

/\". \" , ,v 1 ?*) ' \\ ' -vr*8 THE STURGEON .BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 20, 1014. ’-Uv: v / / LOST. T ell us,' a r t Thou the Son, o f God? they • noid V' :••*, ' A rt /Thou really a K ing am ong m en. So H e'died a th irs t and hungry fo r bread A t th e hands of ladies and gentlem en. Give v s some sig n of Thy greatness, ■ thay said .a A toucn tu a i m ight open our blinded ■ eyes : . ■ ■ H e whispered, The dead m ust bury then ' dead, ■ And rose on a cloud through th e open- , ing skies. ' H e \"threw them the key,' b u t it fell, you • In aSllttle pool of H is crim son blood, C lear as a w avelet o f the cry stal sea, •W here the. feet of Jud as th e tra ito r stood. v ' T hey could n ot find it, though they hunt- As for a B’hid treasu re th e ir souls m ight save, \\ ■ ■ . . . ■ • . And I fancy it sank’ through rifts of F a r In to the. soul of its kindred wave. I t is lo st till H e come again their said. To suffer and die, and tell u s w hy T he splendidly living,...

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 — 29 January 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 29, 1914. M S TO YOUR A T T E N T IO N ! There is no need to expose yourself to sickness on account of not having RUBBERS. M en 's Sandals - 7Bo M en's Otoih A ta ska s9 8 o Pure Gum Ribbed Rubbers for your leather tops at Si.85. Snag Proof at $1.50. “If you got cash to buy with, call on us.\" Thursday, Feb. 5th, 1914, at 2:30 p. m., you can: visit our. t Free Moving Picture Show at Hahn's Opera House. 'W e'll give you tickets with every purchase and make you feel welcome. C L O T H I N G H O U S E COUNTY NEWS BULEYS aU tB O B . i : -The little snow that has'fallen made sleighing, and hauling is now in full blast. . ’ . ,, - ’ • ' ■ \" Frank Miller and Mike Simon of Stur­ geon Bay were among our callers last . Saturday. - : Her. Jos. Ehrlmrt made a business trip to Green Bay last Wednesday returning' home tlie latter part of the week. • Miss Helen Duclon returned’ to her home at Fish Creek last Saturday.- She was accompanied by her upolc Gilson S...

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 — 5 February 1914

THE ADVOCATE XS THE OFFICIAL F A F S3^'^F : 30 T H THE CZT? AND THE COTT3TTY. BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERE NEAT . JOB WORK AT /T H IS OFFICE M r — ' \" ' ' VOL. 52. NO, 46 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914. , $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS Capt. Hans H. Hermanson Dies. .. Capt. Hans H. Hermanson'died a t his ’ home in Muskegon on Thursday last, January '20th, after an illness extending over three months. Capt. Hermanson was 49 years of-age, /\"having been bom in Norway, July 16, 1864. He came to America in 1891, lo­ cating a t Muskegon, . which city has ' been his home ever since. Capt. Her- mansorn is survived by his wife, four • sons and three daughters., namely: George, W alter, Lyman and Harvey, and Blanche, M argaret and Helen. His par­ ents, three sisters and four brothers also survive, being residents of Norway Capt. Hermanson was well-known on the hikes,\" having followed, the maritime profession since coming to this country. He was also well known a...

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 — 5 February 1914

r ' l T H E STURGEON BAY ABVOCA'TE, FEBRUARY S,: 1914: STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. d e a t h c l a i m s s e n a t o r c u l l o m . M ayor A bram s of Given Bay issued'a •call for a special election to be held Feb. 24 to vote upon a commission form of governm ent. . / ■ John Opalk. aged .13, employed in the p la n t of th e American Brass company o f Kenosha, was killed when caught in th e coupler of two big rollers. W encil Husnek, a farm er of the town Of H arrison, near Antigo. w as instan tly killed when he fell on the ice in front of his home, striking his head and frac­ tu rin g liia skull. 4 -W hile operating'a^eorn shredder, John M ay of M ay’s P rairio ^n car' EaCrosse, caught hia hand in the machine, crush­ ing i t so badly th a t am putating of p a rt of it w as necessary. The M arinette high school has been condemned for a second tim e, by the state, being .unsafe in case of fire. I t Cannot be used a fter Sept. 1 o f'tliis year. ' A new ljigh school m ust be provided for ...

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 — 5 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE FEBRUARY '5, 1914. ' [Official Publication.] . ‘ Proceedings of tlie Board of : \\ D O O R C O U a N T T Y Compiled by Earl M. LaPlant, Clerk of Door County. (Continued from last' week.) :: - Y .’•* ELEVENTH DAY. S aturday morning, ten o’clock. Chair palled the m eeting to order and the clerk called the roll all members being present. The m inutes of the previous m eeting w ere then read and approved The follow ing resolution was then road: ' RESOLUTION. To the Honorable County Board: Gentlemen: Whereas, the Equalization Committee of the county of Door did find that the true values of real estate , as given by the State Tax' Commission were not in every instance based on Hue sales, and W hereas, the verification of such sales could not have been verified thoroughly, therefore be it Resolved, th a t the Tax Commission be directed to have all sales ref erred’to. the respective town chairm an of each town fo r verification and be it fu rth e r .. Resolved, tha...

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 — 5 February 1914

p • THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE FEBRUARY .5, 1914j Kbtered in ttiie Po8t-offlce at Sturgeon _ Bay, Wia, as second-class m atter. ^Stutfl^oiv :Bag B&vocate | °^\"iiL51S S ter Edwin, who is a member of the canal lifesaving. station back to Sturgeon Bay after a visit which he liad pafd his par­ ents, The soft weather and rain'com­ pletely spoiled the sleighing and they had to borrow a wagon on which they loaded their runners, proceeding to their home Saturday morning. Nevertheless the couple-enjoyed their trip -very much. Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. , : R A TES OF SU BSCRIPTION. One year. , .................... $ 1.60 Six months................. .75 Fbur m onths.. ......... 60 Two months.................................. .25 Single copies .................................06 Two dollars will be charged If jiot paid within the year. DUDLEY s. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., February 5, 1914. A movement is on foot' in some of the larger cities to set as...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 February 1914

T HE STrreCROW BAY ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 5, 1914. LOCAL ITEMS. Council Meeting Adjourned.—The reg­ ular meeting of the city council which should have been held Tuesday evening, *v ,was postponed for a vreA, owing to. the : absence from the city of three of the al­ dermen. . 1 Married at-C ourt House.—Mibs Tillie Carlspn and Frank Teske, both of El­ lison .B ay, were on Sunday morning joined in th e , holy bonds of w’edlock by ' Court Commissioner LaPlant a t the courthouse. In County Court.—Owing to the ab­ sence from the city, of Judge Dehoi, the m atter of • \\Vm. Voeks, deceased final hearing on claims.was held open by con­ sent of all parties ■ until Wednesday,, - when it was disposed of. . Teachers-.. Going to Green Bay.—Some 30 or 40. teachers from this county will -attend the meeting of the State Teach- era’. Association to be held a t Green Bay Friday and Saturday of this week. The law requires th at the teachers receive pay while in attendance1 a t this meet­ ing, but e...

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 — 5 February 1914

t: ■ '• THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 5, 1914. my MOTHER’S BOVS. Yes, I know there .a re stairis, on . carpet, ' • . The traces of sm all, muddy, boots •And I see your fair tap estry glowing, And spotless w ith flowers and fru its. And I know that ,my w alls are disfig­ ured ' W ith prints of small fingers and hands And th at your, own househoulds most • truly In im m aculate purity stiflids. ' And I know th at my parlor is littered W ith many old treasures and toys W hile your own is in daintiest order, Unharmed by the presence of boys. And 1 know th a t my room is Invaded . Quite boldly all hours of the day • W hile you sit i n ’yours unmolested And dream the so ft quiet' away, . ■yes. 1 know there are four little beds '..W here 1 m ust stand w a tc h fu le a c h night. • While you go ‘out in your carriage, And flash in your drosses- so bright. Now, 1 think I ’m a neat little woman And 1 like thy house orderly, too ' And I’m fond o f 'a ll dainty belongings . T ot would ...

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 — 5 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 5, 1914. and $ome. B ET TEB K E E P SM U JB Q . I f the day is sort\" o’ gloomy And your prospects are so blue T h a t you m ay be barely able To see your w ay quite through, ■ I t . w on't-help, your chances any, - . N or m ake.yo ur sig h t m ore clear -,■ To take counsel of your doubting An’ surren der to your fear. A nyw ay you’d b e tte r je st keep on sm ll- .. ing,—I do. O ther people have th e ir trouble, T hough they greet you w ith good cheer, ' T heir sorrow s may be double . Those th a t come to you each year So I say, keep rig h t on moving T hrough the darkness an’ the ligh t /He who guides us knows the pathw ay. H e w ill alw ays lead us right. Anyway you b etter je st keep on sm iling —1 do. 'Spose your neighbor is more lucky An’ secures an easy job \"While your work so overcomes you •. T h at your tem ples fairly throb. I t won’t make your task the lighter I t you grum ble and com plain L earn to smile when in the shadder F o r...

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 — 5 February 1914

I , THE STtfRGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 5, 1914. TO THE PUBLIC:~ ~ Expecting\\to make a number \"of changes throughout our store, such as put't ing in a new f 1 oor, paper the walls , paint Uhe ceiling, woodwork,, etc . - Now to make room we have cut the price on many lines' .to move- the stock, quick. 1‘Goods for Men and Boys only1’ IT IS TIME TO ACT! CLOTHING HOUSE Profit sharing tickets with each purchase COUNTY NEWS. [Continued From F irst Page] The Hagen boys captured another wolf last week, but it required twelve shota to finish the beast. -The n est day • they bhgged a fox. ' - The ice harvest has begun here by Bo L . Anderson of Detroit Harbor Dr. Boucsin and J. P. Paulson , and Ole Ha ■gen of W est Harbor, with many others] to follow soon- The ice ‘in Washington Harbor was so rough that it was feared th at M att Foss, who is one pf the heavy users, would have to haul his ice from “L ittle Lake,” but Monday’s storm broke up the ice quite far into the har­ bor.' When the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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