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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 November 1912

THE STURGKOH’ BAIT ipVOCdftEs NOVEMBER 2*„ ,lri3 LOCAL ITEMS. : Elan Elnb.—This organization is ttiak- ,- ing preparations togive a big Christmas dance a t the opera house on December :--27thC :rvl^ .,:^V v^ ■ •. .'■//•â– â– ///.A■\"\"\" v Marriage Licenses.—Following are the . marriage licenses issued since last re­ port : Henry Mathison, Clay Banks, and ' Olga M, Jorne, Porestville, Morris Fagg, : Forestville, and Lillian Ahlsivede, Brus- sels. In County Court.—At the special term of the county-'cOurt held on Tiies- Say the only case on the calendar lvas th a t of the will of George ,Tinor, which had been carried over from the previ­ ous weekxby consent. ” ’/. To Lower Rentals.—A fter. the end of \" the present quarter the box- rentals of the postoffice will be lowered to the . former figure before the present rates / went into effect,” namely, 25, 35, 50 and .60 cents per quarter. / Smashed His Finger.—Capt. Jos. Le- mere smashed one of his lingers pretty badly while his'...

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 — 28 November 1912

TH ESITO QEO fiCAIEiHC of life smaller than upon the Kentish land a death trap of the worst p o s s ib le — that coast. : '.vV r i k i n d . It lies so low, and, haying no iest inont! ■ THSWBSCXXBB. \\ O u t, o u t, y e g n a s h in g , h u n g r y p a c k , . A nd sc o u r th e d e s e rt s a lt a n d w ide ■ But what ye take brings straightway back. And to ss it h ith e r Up th e tide. F ro m m ain to m ain y e c o u rsin g go, Ye b rin g th e d eep -h u lled sh ip s to b ay A nd th en retu rn ed w ith s u re reflow. Y our c a p tu re s on th e behch ye lay. I s it th e Ib e ria n g ra p e s ye .bring, O f sle n d e r le n g th o f In d ian cane? O r is it som e old so v e re ig n 's ring. . T h a t lo n g in s e c re t g u lls h a th lain ? • Y e w ill .n o t b rin g m e th ese to d ay ? T h en c a s t m e h ere upon th e sh o re A m a s t th e sto rm h a th sh o rn aw ay , A ru d d er, o r a broken oar X b u ild m y b o at— a fisher’s sm ack , : I build It w ell, ye se am a ...

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 — 28 November 1912

f \" r ~ ’ \" r J - ' ^ - p - •’■ _ ■ _ * ’ 7 ' . THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 2ft, 1912 - ‘ * ' - , '■ ' 3 a . . . H TKJ5 H A *V E ST M OO*. '. ■ T h e H a r v e s t M oon rid e s h ig h td n ig h t - . ' ! T h e tre m b lin g s ta r , a re d im ly se en : • O’e r a ll th e' la n d a re floods o f lig h t, • ■ | O’er, a ll th e se a a s ilv e r sh een . ' ' » H u s h e d is th e a ir nil o cean breeze. N o r la n d w a rd w ind, is f e lt o r h e a rd .. A li m o v eless s ta n d th e g h o s tly tre e s, A nd n o t a leal- o r tw ig is s tirre d . • S u m m e r a n d s u m m e r b ird s -a re fled, ■ T h e in se c t’s n o isy h u m is still, T h e w o o d lan d v o ices a ll a re dead, A n d m ock no m o re th e b a b b lin g rill. x7 T h e f o re s t w e a rs its ro b e o f b row n, 1 D ecked h e re a n d th e re w ith re d an d - g o ld . T h e dead’*leaves s ile n tly com e dow n, A nd th e b a rre n lim b s are_ cold. T h e la te s t g ra in s a re h a rv e...

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 — 28 November 1912

.-s ■ * ? - •: THE STt a^vocAi COUNTY NEWS. B E T B O IT H A BB O B . Hunting appears in tiie order of the day,’ but there is far more hunting than finding. . \" The hist cargo of potatoes left the island Monday on the Mars. It was not a complete cargo. We understand she j went to Egg Harbor to finish loading. The ..AYright last week took on between 1,000 and 1,200 bushels of “spuds’’ for which the rate of 35 cents were paid. • An important m il estate transfer es­ caped th e ,pen of your scribe last week, viz.: the selling of what is known as the Andrew Johnson farm, by C- W. Sand to Geo. Madsen. Possession was taken the ger had the misfortune to hurt one of his fingers .'quite, badly, ’and has since beeii quite indisposed to do much of anything. As a consequbnto h e js spend­ ing a great deal of his time visiting witli his neighbors and friends, much to their joy- f Last Sunday evening a wooden wedd­ ing was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Scherer ' at their\" home in the east...

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 — 5 December 1912

:ilfSSl VOL. 51. NO 37 STURGEON BAY, WiS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912. $1.50 A YEAR. LOCAL^GfeNERAL MARINE NEWS Raft of Logs Adrift. A raft, of about. 3,000 pieces of pine, hemlock and cedar logs, which were being, towed to Menominee by the tug Thompson from- some - point ,d0wh the shore of Green bay broke • away and drifted to the east shore, the bulk of the tim ber lodging between Eagle bluff light and Ephraim. Capt. J . E.-Sarlp3 was notified and he has been a t work even since- with his m otor boat Avis in picking up the . tim ber and towing it to Fish Creek for : safety, it being 'the intention to leave, it there until next spring, after which it. is to be delivered to the owners a t Menpminee„ The accident was due to the boom which they were . enclosed breaking a t the critical moment. South Haven Crib Damaged. , During the recent westerly gales one of the cribs on the south breakwater at -South Haven had considerable of the f-stone ! washed away. fh o s. H. Smith was asked by...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 December 1912

W‘ - Wsram pawns of ^ it tiv T hoim is S cott of Pennsylvania.-' ^ : rD B ?A -T R iriiW C D A PB ?!? ^ /S u b se q u e n tly M r Scott sold it in a trade. ' y /J 'to . j a y Gould, and Miv Gould in 1883 ■ teld it to M r. Pulitzer.” ■ Joseph I. llurry, S tate T ra n sfer:T ax Mr. Berry fixed the good w ill of the A ppraiser, filed his com pleted report 'World- a t $1,000,000 and th a t of th e ■ on the estate of Joseph P ulitzer in- the. x0st-Dispatch a t $500^000. T he’ pliysi- Surrogate's court yesterday: for approv- cn| equipment o f th e P o st D ispatch w as nl by Robert Ludlow Ftnvlcr. W ith : ostim afed a t $135,550 . th a t of the W orld the report he filed 41 small volume, of Wns appraised by John N orris, who as affldnvits-land. transcripts of testim ony j business m anager of th e W orld bought in support of his final figures, estimat* : some of it a t $341,000. lie estim ated ing.the gross estate at.$l8,52o,ll0.22 pud the net estate a t $li.843,484.01. M ost of the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 December 1912

th e -largest'of these ylciou i'rep tiles, and ' severelj*'irijured, if n o t killed outright. I found in th e'sto m ach o f'o n e alligator ’A\" COB7S2BSXON ' ■ ‘ _ -jthe hoofs of a nearly half-grow n bpvine, * a fm m ber of th e ind igestible' boiies or L et mo go back,- w ith sad, repentant shields from ' th e heads of black bass, the hands, - G ather the Unkind w ords m y lip s have said , '' v And bid me w alk the years though on : scorch in g sands. But* sa y to m e th eir s tin g is lo st and . ■.. dead. ■... ... L e t a ll m y fa ir d ays die b u t those. I • m arred ' W ith selfish n ess and sin — X hum bly a sk ... : : .. .- ' T o h ave them b a c k , unwoursded and un- • \\ scarred, . To. liv e them bettjer, th is to be m y task. Canst .thou n ot w a it, b u t now , O hurry- in g years, . E'en w h ile 1 la y a t th y sw ift-g o in g . Vs fe e t •' A tonem ent fo r th e past, o f prayers and ' tears, r ■ r -. . T h at o f m y cup Of rue sh a ll b e som e : -sweet?....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 December 1912

ml THE S TURGEOH B^ty^aUJVO CA IE r DECEMBBR-5, m i* j E n te re d In th e PoBt-offlce O JtiS turgeon ■■: . Bay., W is., a s seco n d -class, m a tte r.. F R A N K LClNG. E d ito r, -an d P ro p rie to r. P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rsd a y a t S tu rg eo n Bay, W in. fRAiBS O F S U B SC R IPT IO N .: O ne y e a r . . . v . . . . . -------. . . . . . ,31.50 S ix m o n th s .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i .75 F ou’T m o n th s .. . . . . ...,.•— .................. ‘ .50 \"T'wo m o n th s .. . . . . . , . v . . . . . . . • .25 .S in g le c o p ie s . ................................05 Tw o d o lla rs w ill be c h arg ed if n o t paid - w ith in th e year. Sturgeon Bay, IVis.,‘December 5th, 1912. A A ccidents re s u lta n t from th e o p e ra ­ tio n o f co m sh red d ers a re rep o rted in in creasin g n u m b ers th ro u g h o u t th e f a r m ­ in g region of th is an d o th e r s ta te s . V irg in ia h a s p erfo rm ed its d u ty w ell a n d redeem ed itse lf in t...

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

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 5, 1912. i 'f F R A N K LO NG , E d ito r .an d P ro p rie to r. Sturgeon 'Bay v Wi^., Deceriifcer 5th, 191S LOCAL ITEMS. Letter List.—Homer Herzer, Joe Hen­ ry, Lizzie J. Jones, Mrs. E. A. . Patterson, Geo \\StaubSr, John Tempke, M rs.. Har­ riet Walker. ’’ ■, . ■ ^ Renovating Building.—John Graef is bavihg the upper -rooms of his building . at, the comer of Cedar and SL John- streets painted and kalsomilied, the ivork being dtane by F. J. Stroh.' ■■■ Jr Marriage Licenses.—Following are the inarriages licenses issued since last te - • port: Louis .V etter: and Evaline Smith, Gardner 1 Frank F ish , ' Gibraltar and Hilm a Ethel Viola, Ephraim. * : Commercial Club Prospering.—The m em bership-of-the Commercial Club is increasing a t a very satisfactory rate, .having reached -100 since laBt reports w ith prospects of being still larger. Skating.—The sm all boys indulged in th eir first- skate o f‘the season last week on Bradley lake in t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 December 1912

■__________ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,' DECEMBER 5,^12. « B B GUM. WHO J.IVED N EX T SOOB. Oli, happy dream ! oh, holiday - : B right day of all the p a s t,' ' • B rim m ing w ith tender sum m er light,' Too full of sun to .last. ^ One childish figure mid th e haze • S till beckons evermore, ■ S till I, a loyal slave, obey [ \" The g irl who’ lives next door. Sw eetJeglantlne litis bloomed since then, Red maples filled and flushed, The nightingales since then have sung ■ When coarser sounds were hushed iB ut-ruddy'flush nor blossom breath, ’ Nor blrd-song evermore, 1 .W ill seem as when I 'sa t beside . The girl who lived next door.- ’ F o r her 1 ran the student race,. : F o r her I won the prize. i , F o r love of h e r’eame homo again To read her. lovely e y e s - . r ?. : And W hen th e s t n r s c a m e trooping.’out, •W Me thought m y c a r e s \"w ere o’er, And I need only ask to win The girl who lived next door. The sum m er eve g rotv'strangely .dark, T he sta rs sh...

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 December 1912

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 5, 1912’ 1 more salt in witfter tliah in summer, ^perlmpa taVbetter lic’.p digest the dry T f c c d s ' ' ’ , , A° iny horses arid covvs in. January, V :• j. -— - ' 1 .■' 11 give a little corn fodder, mixed tim- So little made me glad, for X was young:' otliy and bluegrass liav, and clover hav - F1°Two * S“nSCt’ b00ks’ » ^en d br jwit!i only a fourth of the corn and „.«u ■ ' ‘ , oats.for the horses as during the lieaw Gray skies with scanty sunshine ! « . * .piercing' through— j Working season, and they are as fat How little made me glad when 1 wasfan^ healthy as liorses. need be. „ Some days the. ration will be slightly changed, with more of clover ami less of timothy and fodder, and vice versa. I never feed the horses when not at work more than two or tiiroe pounds each of clover hay. twice, daily, .and when given this they will leave grain to cat it. To colts and growing calves I give nearly all the clover hay they will eat once a day,...

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 — 5 December 1912

' ' THE SXURGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 3, 1912, COUNTY NEWS. .SEVASTOPOL. Solan Birmingham, who 1ms been seri­ ously ill lor/.som e tim e pastj is feel- ing b etter a t tlii3 w riting. - Henry Bonnes is finishing n large barn on the place he recently jnirelmseil • from Wih.’ T. Peterson on the Bay shore. Mrs. Hernian B artel lias been on the sick list fo r-a week or more past, but is again feeling better. Her trouble is w ith the heart. M rs. Ju le VanDreese spent part of S aturday and Sunday w ith her sister, Mrs Alfred Zettel, returning to the county seat Monday morning'.' Miss Elsie Fidler, who is teaching'the district school a t N orth, bay-, spent Thanksgiving holiday season w ith her parents here, returning to her duties in tim e 'to resume work on M onday m orn­ ing. Jos. Stoger collided w ith a heavy w ag­ on- last Friday afternoon while attem p ­ ting, to mount the hill opposite the L. R. Stephenson\" place w ith his m otor­ cycle, and w as throw n some distance, and ...

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 — 12 December 1912

VOL. 51. NO 38 ST U R G E O N BAY, W IS., T H U R SD A Y , D EC EM B ER 12. 1912. $1.50 A Y E A K LOCAL 'W GENERAL MARINE NEWS Schooner Souse Simmons Lost. That the schooner Rouse Simmons and ■her crew of fourteen have1 been lo3t there is- little doubt, and Capt. Herman Schueneman and Capt. Chas. Nelson are .among the lost. The balance of the crew were'picked up in Chicago. Pieces of wreckage were picked up , on the beach at Pentwater, but' beyond this there has been nothing found of the “ schooner or any member of the crew. A .man found on the shore at the same point was that of a fisherman that had ■drowned when a launch was wrecked the week before. The revenue cutter Tuscarora patroll-1 ••ed the west shore of the lake between Milwaukee and. Kewaunee, but found' nothing. Many reports have been in circulation, but none of them have given -any definite information on the subject. . Several other boats that were report­ ed missing have subsequently made the •â– shelter- of . som...

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 December 1912

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCAtE, DECEMBER i z I 9 1 2 . jwj 3uUwatc FJIANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., December 12, 1912, The toll for shipping: through the Pam 1 atna canal belonging to other nations . than the Americans has been fixed at : $1.20 per ton. Vessels flying the Aineri , can flag and registered will be permitted to pass through the water why with­ out charges. The first passage through this\" cut is now aSsured in less tlian a . year, but the work will not be formally opened to commerce until 19l5. . Wliat \\yas, unquestionably- the largest woman in America, if not 111 the world, recently died at- her home at Montreal, her, weight being 780 pounds. Hav­ ing become insane some time ago she bad to be taken in charge by the au­ thorities, who found it necessary to build, a round house outside jf the main building especially for her. A specially built ftKfin for her was necessary. The constitutional amendment allow­ ing women to vote in the state of Michi...

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 — 12 December 1912

TH E BfeXV X.OHO BUB. You’re gazingwith a troubled eye Across the ocean blue /-,■ Toil say you're looking for a ship ■’ V- Now many long weeks due. Well wet, my friend, I wait my ship I, too, have anxious fears - ■ But ah! my vessel has been due For many, many years! - ‘ , • I sent the pretty venture out ' In youth’s sweet long ago. , Her pennon boasted rainbow hues Her sails were white as snow,. ■With not a flaw from stSm to stern, And n o t a spot or stain. She bore herself right gallantly Upon a peaceful main. \"Well freighted with my rosy hopes, Of which.there was no lack, I bade her bring her precious fruit In lieu when, she came back But I have waited now, my friend, 'So many winters through, I think I scarce should know again My bark and fhiry crew. ■ And .stlll our ship may yet come in, When we. expect it least. Well laden With a cargo fine' On which your souls may feast Yet should they fail to reach us here, There is a harbor where They may cast anchor yet, my fri...

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 December 1912

t h e ^ - • ’ ' ' •' ' S n te re d In th e Post-office at\"- S tu rg e o n Bay. AVIs., a s ' seco n d -class m a tte r. F R A N K LONG. E d ito r a n d P ro p rie to r. P u b lish e d E v ery T h u rs d a y a t JS turgeon , ,. Bay. AVIs. y - ..--... . / R A T E S .OP SUBSCRIPTIONS. ■ O ne y e a r ........... $l'59 S ix m o n th s ... v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r . ,.«5 F o u r m o n th s . A .............. •”*) T w o m o n th s . • • - ........................... • S in g le c o p ie s........................................ .06 Tw o d o lla rs w ill b e c h arg ed if n o t paid .w ith in th e y ear. ___ i i : rrttale \\«tl(». • [F irst publication Dec. 12,1912—St] CTATE OP WISCONSIN. COUNTY COURT- ^ for Door County. In Probativ 1 / . a Notice ishereby given that at: the regular term • of the oounty court to be held In ana for said -county n t tho courthouse. in th e city of Sturgeon Bay, in said county, on the first Tuesday*, (beinjf* the 7th day) of January\" A. D. 1913, a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 December 1912

' s m m m D ecem b ers m2. jL '. .. k No C.oundlMeeting^—yiiexe'sraa no council meeting' Tuesday evening, there being n6 proBSing 'business, -so a post- ponemeni was' taken. Enjoyable Party.—A very enjoyable party was given at the Waldo Hotel ‘ Monday. ey ^n g , which was attended' by.’a \"goodly number of ‘young, people. Dancing was of • course the principal amusement.\"' ' Mystic Workers.—Members of this, order are requested • to attend the regu­ lar1 meeting- to be held on Monday even-’ ing. next, at which the election of ' officer^, will take place as well as other- import-' ant business transacted. Cupid on a Strike.—There was not a single marpiage'• license issued by, the county clerk the past week, which would indicate that Cupid has lost his grip,xor don’t care to wander around these cold days in his scant\"attire. - Yo Door County Teachers.—Supt. Bassford requests that, each teacher in the'county write to him the last week of school before the holidays informing him just w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 December 1912

T B S SHOW. . H o w s o ftly a n d h o w ‘s ile n tly th e snow F a l l s , ro u n d u s w ith a h u sh e d an d m easu red tre a d ! W e w ak e som e m o rn in g , a n d ’ o’e r a ll be- . lo w . ’ A v eil o f sp o tle ss p u rity is sp read . T h in g s m o st u n seem ly V anish fro m th e view , ■ . B u d e 'sp o ts of e a rth a ll q u ick ly dis- • a p p e ar A nd opal ra y s, w ith e v er-ch an g in g hue F la sh e d fro m ' th e robe w h ich w in ter d eig n s to w ear. v ither^d,' b row n T h e v e ry stu m p s, a ll - w a h d bare, H id eo u s in a sp e c t to th e g azer’s .s ig h t, SnoW -helm et, a ssu m e a m a rtia l a ir, . L ik e h o a ry w a rrio rs ..gathered to th e : light! O v irg in w h iten ess! W ith th e m o rn 's i h r s t beam , ' . ■, 1,■.. W h a t c o stly , jew els m eet o u r dazzled ■ eyes! W h a t re g a l diam onds o’e r th y s u rfa c e gleam ! W h a t to p a z : tin g e d , w ith su n lig h t’s • • golden dyes! E ’en to th e to p m o st’ b...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 December 1912

THE STUSGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 12) 1912. VOmSOOOBR.. -And there they s a t arpopplng .com ' v- ’ John S tiles and Susan C utter j/qhn S tiles a s sto u t aB any ox, - • \" And Susan f a t as b u tter. '. // . And_ there th ey ’s a t and/shelled the corn, . And raked and stirred the fire. A nd talked of different kinds of ears. And hitched th e ir chairs up higher... T hen Susan she the popper shook, . Then John h e shook the popper. Till both fheit. faces grew as red ■' As s a ucepans made o'copper. And then they shelled and popped and ate, All kinds o f fu n a poking And he haw -haw ed a t her rem arks, And she laughed a t his joking. • :■ A nd still they popped . and s till they a te —-.: ... • /.-/.■■ ■ .■ .• . •: -./■'» . ' . John’s m outh w as .like a hopper-— A nd stirre d th e Are, and sprinkled salt, .-.A n d sh ook 'and shook th e popper. :• T h e clock stru ck nine, the clock struck /•'• ■ ■. ■ ten, . /..' ' And still the corn kept popping, ' I t ...

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 — 12 December 1912

THE StURGEON BAY- ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 12, 1912. jV:.1 # ' ' / ' * - On Monday, Dcp, 16th9 oii^ stoie will be closed’iii order to arrange oui* overcrowded room full of thousands of dollars worth of winter stock, so that it W’lll move before HC-mas, and in order to accomplish this it will mean that you will find many unusual .bargains in Suits. Overcoats, Fur Coats, Woolen Pants, Sweaters, Flannel Shirts, Underwear, Shoes and Rubbers, Caps, etc. Come with your cash, as cash is what we want for our/stock. Store will be open every eveiring until X-mas f from Tuesday night. Come in th e evening if you '! can’t come during the day. CLOTHING MOUSE •• v_- ,• •. - .. • . .-W\". D ry G oods, We are selling out our Goods, but you’ll find many a good thing for X-mas at about Hall Price and less. COUNTY NEW S. MARINE NEWS The Misses Eunice Henry and Nellie Haines visited in Sawyer Saturday.— Mr3. Henry Perry spent Monday in Al- [Continued- From F irst J?age] goma on a shopping expedition.-—Airs. ...

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