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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 February 1914

BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK . ' HERE -• tfHE ADVOCATE XSTHE OFFICIAL PA PER OP BOTH T H E C V S t AND TH E COUNTY VOL. 52. NO. 46 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1914. TEAT JOB WORK / a t THIS OFFICE $1.50 A YEAR LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS XTEMS rm O H D ST B O IT . [Special Correspondence! The steamer Matoa of the Pittsburgh Steamship Co., released by the Reids at Point aux Barque, Lake Huron is also ■awaiting for Reids dock. . . The lumber steamer Edward Buckley ' is a t Oades drydock, Detroit, for repairs. .....having sustained about the same injuries as the Rhoda Emily, haying also been driven ashore at Harbor Beach, on No- v ember 9 th .. . The steamer Peck, damaged, at Racine last summer, caused by her boilers ex­ ploding, is also a t the Great Lakes En­ gineerings company’s works at Detroit, and is being rebuilt and shortened to „pass Welland canal locks. The steamer Arcadian, released, by the Reid Wrecking Co, at Sulphur Island, Thunder Bay, Lake Huron, was broug...

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 — 12 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 12, 1914. : ’ '• C*Vv' UM • STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. ’ Mrs. Otto Reiss died in Sheboygan last week. Her husband was the assistaiit secretary of the. C. Reiss Coal company. /W illiam Lenz, aged 40, and plumber. - was killed, a t Waupun. when the stairs collapsed'and a' radiator lie was carry­ ing fell upon liinu \" Mrs. Bertha Tucholl, 57 years old, died a t Kenosha Irom lockjaw. A week ago she fell -and her lmhd was cut by strik ing on a sharp stick. The campaign for commission form of government won a t Antigo last week by a vote of 498 to 192. The proposed change was defeated a year ago by about 150 votes. • Four horses are dead near Viroqua. as the. result of a peculiar disease which has broken out.. The animals- are a t ­ tacked with sudden, lameness and death results in a short time. /T he attorney general lias ruled th at state aid can be given, only for bridges over 300 feet in length. The state high­ way commission has been heseiged for aid...

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 — 12 February 1914

& THE STURGEON BAY APVOCftrtj FEBBPARY 12 1914. /•' ' ■ ■ [Official P ub lication.] *, Proceedinp of the Board of D O O R C O U N T Y isors ■ ' Com piled by E a rl M. L a P la at, C lerk o f D oor County. (C ontinued fro m la s t week.) S h e follow ing rep o rt o f th e M iscellan­ eous C o ^ m itiee w a s th en read and i t wiaa moved, seconded and carried t h a t ti»e b ills th a t t h e ' M iscellaneous Com­ m ittee allow ed be allow ed and th a t th e ’bills th a t th e 'C om m ittee -disallowed be re-referred to the Com m ittee. .... • s. 3 3-f a 'v ^ 3 i s i I ■ a ,o§.s ! o ■ 0. 3 N am e’: W h at for: Geo. /W hltford, H ighw ay ■ C om m ittee & m ile ag e .. t 6.96 M. P etter, d itto . . . . . . . . . . 4.8« Jacob D ehos, exam ination, : f- C h rist Propsom , J r.. . . . \" 5.25 Jacob Dehos,\" hearin g peti- : tlon of F ra n k H e rd in a .. . E.00 D r. H. E. Sibree, exam ina- : ■ tlon C h rist Propsom , Jr. ir. A. J. K reitzer, d i tt o .. B en M i...

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 — 12 February 1914

THE STURGEONBAY ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 12, i«4. S tu r g e o n JBas H b vo cate Bhtered In the Post-office-.-at Sturgeon Bay, Wla., as second-class matter. Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon v Bay, -Wia. ■ RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. . . . . . ........ . . . ..............$i-B0 Six ■ months. ........ '• • • -IB Four m o n th s... . .w................... .50 Yifp . m o n t h s . . .25 dollars \"will' iV charged\" if not paid within the year. . ■ DUDLEY S. LONG, BusiheBfl Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., February 12, 1014. The death of ex-ABserablyman Charles Reynolds, of Sturgeon Bay, removes a Useful citizen of Northwestern Wi8con sin who was well known and highly re­ spected throughout the state. Mr. Rey rv»« .)«• y e a r* r t f *2“ .— Evening Wisconsin. The state fair board has fixed the date for holding the fair qn September 14 to 18, a week before the Poor'county fair. This is two weeks later than was sug­ gested some time ago, and will be much more satisfactory to t...

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 — 12 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAYADVOCATE FEBRUARY 12, 1914. LOCAL ITEMS. Attend Teachers’ Meeting. —-About thirty-five teachers irom Door county attended, the meetifig of the Northeast - era Teachers Association held at Green Bay last Friday and Saturday. V . Back in Old Quarters.—The Sturgeon Bay Land and Development Association ■who on account- of ■ fire a month or so ago, were obliged to vacate the rooms in the, Peschon block, returned, the first of the week. The rooms 'in the mean­ time were remodelled, painted and pa­ pered. • Open ''Real Estate . Office.—Richard ’ Noelck has opened a real 'estate office, * in the room in the rear of the Merchants Exchange -Bank building, where he will , carry on the business on an extensive scale. Mr. Noelck has had considerable experience in this line,, while a resident of Chicago. Put in Fire Alarms.—New fire alarms have been placed in the residences of several of the firemen, among whom is the chief, assistant chiefand chief en­ gineer. Others are t...

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 — 12 February 1914

■ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 12, 1914 I'*''''' M AY’S V A IE N T IN E . T o l i t t l e M iss M ay ,. ■. O n e S a in t V a le n tin o ’s d a y , I n a n e n v e lo p e , s e a le d w ith re d , '- G a m e a m o n s tr o u s b ig H e a rt, auueeso, n u n cm W h ic h q u ite p a v e h e r a s t a r t , ■ *4, „ f fn il,,™ - SYr \" W h o c a n h a v e s e n t I t ? ” s h e s a id .ty o f f a ilu r e . ^ On the whole, pleasure and pain went S h e s e a rc h e d a ll a r o u n d , A n d o n th e b a c k fo u n d , ■ In l e t t e r s .e x c e e d in g ly s m a ll) , ’N e a th a t i n y ' p in k d o v e, ’ •(F ro m y o u r v e r y t r u e lo v e ,\" S u t t h a t d id n o t h e lp h e r a t a ll. “ F o r w h o t h a t o a n bo I s a p u z z le to m e ,” S a i d l i t t l e M is s . M a y , w ith a p o u t - “ B u t X s h o u ld lik e to k n o w , W h o I t is lo v e s m e s o . And a t o n c e I s h a l l t r y to A nd o u t.” S h e a s k e d o n e a n d a ll O f th e b o...

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 — 12 February 1914

■ill % THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 12,1914. A W IBtT E B TW IL IG H T . T h e s ile n t snorirflak'es g lan c e a n d g leam ' A dow n th e c h illy -n o rth e rn a ir : . T h e w e s t , h a s th ro w n i ts d y in g b eam ■ - A th w a r t th e f o re s t g ra y a n a b a re . A n d now a g ra d u a l d im n e ss v e ils T h e w in try lan d sc a p e n e a r and. fa r , A n d w h ile th e w in d y d a y lig h t p a le s O u t g lim h iers- c le a r a s in g le s ta r , f L u lle d b y th e so u n d o f tin k lin g s tr in g s ■Where n im b le fin g ers w eav e th e ir sp e ll I q u i t e f o r g o t t h e N o r t h t h a t S tin g s W i t h o u t t h e -c o sy o rie l. A n d o n th e w in g s o f m u sic b o rn e Aglow, w ith floods o f gold, I s e e . T h e b lu e o f sk ie s t h a t ra re ly m o u rn A rc h o 'e r th e slo p es, o f Ita ly . T h e m elo d y se em s w a fte d dow n F ro m la u re l h e ig h ts w h e re -ro s e s b low T h a t ’ Shim 'm er lik e a n em...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 February 1914

D oYoa Knou) That / World’*Greateti Tailors will gel you a veal $2S SUIT made to your Order? Profit sharing tickets with each purchase NEWS. t h e st u r g e o n b a y Ad v o ca te, f e b r p a r y 12,1914 B U S E S 8 U . Tragic D eath of Old R esident. -Mrs. John Trucker, Sr., w as found dead behind a barn belonging'Mp John T rucker, Jr., S aturday m orn ing ,'d eath being due, no doubt, to exposure. \\ The old lady had a little home of heft, own b u t took her meals w ith her grand daughter, M rs. Joe Moclash. As it was storm ing Friday evening a fter supper her ^relatives tried to prevail on her staying w ith-them all night, b u t she w as deter Ind., in 1884. H e first cam e t o ' Door county when a young m an some 30 years ago, b ut afterw ard returned to Indiana. H e located in th is tow n about 25 years ago, and lived here continuous­ ly until his death. D uring th is tim e he held school and tow n offices. H e is su r­ vived by his wife and six children, the la tte r being...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 February 1914

v:,v BRING TH AT NEXT JOB WORK -HERE ffH E AUVOCATZi i s ?THB OFTICIAL P A P B B OF BOYK TH E CZT? AND THE COUNT?, • - vNEAT ■ \"' JOB WORK AT THIS OFFICE V O L. 52 NO. 47 STURGEON BAY. W1S., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1914. LOCAL^GENERAL MARINE' NEWS Death of Benjamin Weaver. Again we. are called upon to record .tlie death of a pioneer and former resi­ dent of Charlevoix, Benjamin Weaver, who died at his home in Waukegan, 111., last Wednesday, Jan. 28. He was a brother of Cupt. Geo. Weav­ er, Mrs. John O’Neill, Mrs. Louis Mercer and half brother of Capt. Patsy Flanni- ghn, all of Charlevoix, and Mrs. Mary Dowling of Sheboygan, Wis. . Deceased was born on Washington Island, Feb. 22, 1850 and made his home there until 1882, when he came to Charlevoix and took a position as clerk in the register of deedB1 office, under A. R. Upright, where he became an expert abstractor and continued to work in the same de­ partment for eight years. In 1887. he was united in mairiagc to Miss Lulu Mar...

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 — 19 February 1914

t h e STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 19, 1914. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. . r F ire dosti-oyed \\fc 'N ich o las H ardw are Go’s.' store a t Rhinelander on Thursday of last week. - •. W hile endeavoring to rejmir a pile* driver, Charles Ottm nn, .Ashland, lost fcis riglit arm wheii the ten ton weight .fell upon it. ' Clmrles Hornier, aged. 30 a merchant- of- Black River Fulls, dropped dead on th e street, of\" heart - failure. He leaves » w ife and several children.- - TValtcr G ettm an, a Milwaukee travel, ing salesm an, w as found dead in \"his hotel room a t Kiel. H eart failure isj given as the cause of d e a th .“ P aul Betchner. aged 06, alderm an at- large and prom inent business m an of , file city .of Milwaukee died a t his home in th a t city on Thursday of la st week. W hilo Mrs. Catherine Croot, of P o rt ■WaeliLrgton,' w as down town shopping F riday forenoon, burglars entered her residence and took $20Q and over $3,000 In valuable papers. W . H. M artin of Deperc. has be...

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 — 19 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE*-FEBRUARY 19 m*. COMPETITION THAT KILLS [Continued from Feb. Bth.1 Price Maintenance is Not Price Fixing. ■ The independent producer ot an ar­ ticle which bears his name or.tradc mark —be he manufacturer or grower—seeks no special privilege when he\" makes con­ tracts to prevent retailers from cutting - his established selling price. The pro­ ducer says in effect: “That which I create, in which I embody my exper- perience, to which I give my reputation, is my property. By my own effort 1 have created a product «valuable not on : 1^ to myself, but to . the consumer for I\\have endowed this specific article with qualities which the consumer desires, . and which the consumer should be able to rely confidently upon receiving when he purchases my article in the original • package. To be able to buy my article with the assurance that it possesses the . desired qualities, is quite as much of value to the consumer who purchases it, \\ a s it is of value to th...

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 — 19 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 19 1914. s$£ Sturoeon 3Ba\\ advocate . S&ktercd in the • Post-office a t Sturgeon •. ’ Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon . Bay, WiB. r a t e s o f Su b s c r i p t i o n . One y e a r: ............ ,$1.60 Bix m onths ............ •“ Poui^monthB ............... ■ .60 Two months ... .. . ...................... .Zo 8ingle copies..............................................06 Two dollars-trill be c h arg ed If not paid w ithin the year. ■ x_ _ -------:------- :-------■ ---------------- —n— ?- -T— DUDLEY S. LONG, Business’M anager. S turgeon Bay, Wis., February 19, 1914. Joh n Grabowskij thc slayer df George Arnold, a brother of. Jacob Arnold of this city, w as on Friday acquitted of the charge of. thunder a n d . perm itted to w a lk o u t of the court room a t M ilwau kee a free man. •••, I t is rpmored th a t there w ill-be a half dozeni or more candidates for th e office o f city clerk to fill th ...

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 — 19 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 19 1914. LOCAL ITEMS. len ten Season.—On Wednesday next the Lenten season begins, and “Easter Sunday, falls on April 12th. Woman’s Club Meeting.*—There \\vi., be a meeting of the Woman’s Club on Friday, February 20th a t 3 o’clock. Episcopal Service.—There will be Epis copal services at the Odd Fellows'hall on • Sunday, .February 22d, a t 10:30 ,a. m. Rev. Horatio Gates will officiate. Marriage Licenses.—County Clerk La- Plant issued one mbre eugenic m arriage license within the week, namely, Jule Bero, of Red River, Brown conuty* to Laura Mary Johnson, of Union. Advertised Letters.—The following un­ claimed * letters . are held a t' the local postoffice: Mrs. Rachel Arnold, Mary Crowell, Lanord Seed Co., Mrs. Herman Zahn. - Banka W ill Close —Sunday, February 22d, is the birthday anniversary of George . Washington. The banks of the city will be closed on Monday, the day following, in commemoration of the important even. Eagles Hoid Installation—...

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 — 19 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE* FEBRUARY 19 .1914 . W a s h i n g t o n . '“S o ld ier an d sta te sm a n , r a r e s t unison H ig h -p o ised exam ple o f g re a t d u tie s done S im p ly a s b rea th in g , a w o rld 's h onors s w orn, A s life ’s indifferent g ifts to a ll m en a re ■ b o r n D um b fo r him self,: u n less it w ere God, ’B u t to r h is b arefo o t s o ld ie rs eloquent, ' T ra m p in g th e snow to co ral w h ere th ey .. tro d . H e ld b y h is aw e in ’ hollow -eyed c o n te n t M odest, y e t firm a s N a tu re ’s s e lf u n ­ blam ed, x S ave by m en h is no b ler tem p er sh am ed N e v e r seduced th ro u g h show o f p rese n t good ■' v B y o th e r th an u n s e ttin g lig h ts to steer- N ew -trim m ed in heaven, n o r th a n his s te a d f a s t mood ' M ore s te a d fa st, f a r . fro m ra s h n e s s as fro m fea r R ig id , b u t w ith h im se lf first, g rasp in g s till In sw erv eless. poise th e w av e-b eat helm , o f w ill . . . N o t hon...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 19. 1914/ ' / / / I / s ' - J gmn (toffriHuul gome. IK APTEB DATS. In a fte r days, when g rasses high Q’ertop the stone: w here I shall lie. Though ill or well, the w orld, ad ju st My slender claim to honor’d dust, I shall not question on -ep ly . - - ,In a fte r days. I s h a ll'n o t see the m orning sky I shall not hear the n ig h t wind sigh I shall be.m ute, as all men m ust In a fte r days. B ut yet, now living, fain w ere I T h a t some one then should testify, .S ay in g : \"H e held his pen in tru s t To art, not serving sham e or lust.\" W ill none then let my memory die In a fte r dayB. PLANNING THE GARDEN. ■The time to lay tue foundation for a successful vegetable garden makes Us advent long before - the snow ceases to fly. In February and March, as a m at­ ter of fact, some of the moot important work is accomplished. Tt is then ti.it the wise gardener plans his season’s cam­ paign, studies his catalogs, makes up til: lists of se...

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 — 19 February 1914

§§ V ' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 19, 1914. 11111111111 i_i i ^-r 1111111 ■M 1111»I*4♦ i ii iii i iii4i iin.i l.** i n -M 'i HHH NEW ARRIVALS In Every Department! Our buyers have returned from the market. Every department is now showing new merchandise. The spring Styles are nicer and than ever. 1 ' - are also, from 10 to 15 per cent lower than they have been for years. * / ' j * - Do your spring sewing now, as you get better service and more your money. ' S The Store That Saves You Money ■+++■ Get A Made to Order !Suit No Lou t han $ t$ No More thanS20 the ice is so strong th at farm ets have started hauling hay across Green Bay to Menominee. • in , Mrs. and Mrs. Dan. Laviolette, Miss. Esther Scneider and! August, W alter and Rudolph Thhlinan gathered a t ,the of Clias. Clnllin Sunday evening and ‘th e tiinc was agreeably spent in playing games, dancing, etc. • Miss Mac Griffin visited w ith Miss Lulu Moore Saturday and Sunday.— Mrs. Jos. May of Nasewaupee visit...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 February 1914

THE AUVOCATE X8 THE OFFICIAL FAFE2L OS' BOTH THE CITY AHD T B £ COUNTY. BRING ■ THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERE r NEAT' ' J 0 6 WORK : a t - THIS OFFICE VOL. 52. NO. 48 STURGEON BAY, WIS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1914. LGqAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS To Promote Marine Interests, At the invitation of. the Buffalo cham her of commerce a conference will be held in Buffalo today of all the com mercial men’s associations and parties interested in the development of lake harbors and inland waterways. Delega­ tions from a majority of the lake cities were expected to be present. The Chi ■ ■cago Association of Commerce will be represented by members ’of the water ways, river and harbor^ committees of which H. C. Gardner is ''the chairman. The official call - for the meeting a t Buffalo sets forth: \"This conference is probably the first meeting of this kind held in the history of the great lakes region when consider­ ed from the view point th at it is called because it is felt th at a necessity pr...

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 — 26 February 1914

THE STPRGEOW BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 26r I914I) STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Julius Meske. a pioneer resident of Juneau county, choked to death while eating ! a t a restaurant in Elroy. . : Playing about a stove while hof mo thcr \"left to get some wood, Grace, 4- year-old daughter of Adam Price of Cri vitz,- -was bun)ed to death. Unable to get morphine to which she was addicted, Mrs. William Rust, aged 40, living a t a camp of the I. Stephen son company, north of Escanaba, blew part of lier head off with a shotgun, An infant daughter of Alfred Grezlak, a farmer of the town of Beaver, was fa­ tally injured Wednesday week. - The child secured-a carving knife and fell on it. The blade severed the juguftir vein., j'j ’v r 1 \" • .Found by members of li.is family at the base of a haystack from which he ■ liad , fallen, Ryan Summcrfteld, of As .bury, aged 67, remained in an uncon- . scious condition until death resulted from tlie injuries he had received. ' John Swanson, aged 50 years, and his...

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 — 26 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 26' 19i4. A N O P E T O g P to N O . S w e et'sp irit .of the rainbow wing, \\ Oh, h asten thee to bless ,us ' With flowers make’ glad our eyes, fair spring, W ith balm y a irs caress us. v Come, gentle spring! Too long th e trees . Stand leafless In m y garden Too long the J d tte r w in try breeze .B ids lake and strea m let harden. . Come, gentle spring! Come back to earth, E nd all our woe and sadness. Come, bring thy sunny days o f'm irth And revelry and gladness. Sw eet spring, If thou a rt y et in doubt I ’ve one more plea still stronger Comer—to r my Overcoat’s worn out. And w ill not la st m uch longer. End ai our w le and sadness, ^ i a r r l l a n g . THE NEW SCHOOLMA’AM. “ The new schoolma’am’s coming—the schoolm’am’a coming!” shouted a dozen voices at the close of a half hour’s faith­ ful watch.to catch a glimpse of our new teacher. Every eye was turnpd toward her with the most' scrutinizing glance— for the children, aa\" well as ot...

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 — 26 February 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY *26 1914. Sturgeon Bap Hfcvocatc Bnteredyin'- the Post-ofllee at Sturgeon ■ B9.y, Wis., as second-class matter. ^Published Every 'Thiusda.v a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. RA TES O F SU B SCR IPTIO N :' One year . .1.. — ... .. $1,60 Six m o n t h s . .75 Four months..........................................BO Two months....................................... .25 Single copies.. . . . . . . . — .................05 Two dollars will be charged If not paid : within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. jSturgeon Bay, Wis., February 26, 1914. DOOR CO UNTY. (Dedlcatcd to those men of sterling character, tram the late Joseph Harris to the late Frank Loo*, who have unselfishly labored for the wel­ fare 6f Door County). BY HAKBT E. DANKOLER. 7 Door County) pride of Badger Statel :Our lives to her we consecrate! Though foreign bom or native son . We’ll serve her till our work is done! From North to South, from East to West. She is by.Nature truly blest Of ...

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