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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 March 1914

t : I ■ i P m . T gE ADVOCATE IST H E OFFICTAL V M & ipam BOTH THE CIT7 aw h Tg r ^ m 7 BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERE NEAT JOB WO&fc AT ^ t S OFFICE VOL. 52. NO. 51 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MARCH 19. 1914. 50 A YEAR, MARINE NEWS i n a n d A b o u n d C h i c a g o . The date of the meeting of -the P itts­ burgh S. S. Co. is set for next week. The session will, it is expected, last several days. After the meeting the en­ gineers will leave for their boats to be gin fitting out, says the Cleveland Plain- dcdler. • . The Detroit Free Press states th at on March 15th thru water route service was inaugurated between St. Louis and New Orleans, when a self-propelled steel barge left the latter port. The craft has a capacity of 100. cars and will be able to navigate. even a t low water.' Captains Denis Sullivan and W alter H. Hamilton appeared before the Mer­ chant Marine committee of the house of _ representatives and spoke in opposition to the LaFollette seaman bill. I t...

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 — 19 March 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 19, 19X4. f STATE NEWS IN BRIEF John'H olt, 50 years old, a resident of Rock county since 1875, died as the re- ault of a fall from a street car last ■week. He was bom in iswo.aeu. Joseph Vlncz, 15 years old, is in jail'at M arinette awaiting the outcome of in juries to Francis Clark, 17 years old, whom Vlaez is charged with having stab­ bed. John King, 34 years old, a cook, was killed at La Crosse Wednesday morning when he slid under a freight train, from : which lie was alighting. His body was n u t in two. ' The sawmill of the Menasha Wooden-' ware company, located a t Ladysmith, was destroyed by fire. The loss is not known. The origin of the blaze has not been learned. •Richard Klotzbickcr, a wealthy farm­ er living near Royalton, swallowed six ounces of carbolic, acid by mistake and died a few minutes later.- It is said that the man was under the influence of liquor and thought the bottle contained whiskey. Mrs. John Wild, 21 years old, 'a b...

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 — 19 March 1914

iriy dear lady, tlmnk you. You |excellent hostess, but pray do not le—nothing would induce me to fire in my bedroom.” £ general, it'is so chilly- fuld rather put up with the frosts eria than with .the associations •a fife in my bedroom wouldr rc- replied. the general, cutting his short, “But.” he continued is a story connected with my which may amuse your party here will atone for my obstinate rude, by-telling it tomorrow after dinner.” VerarGnr^lnvaitofrwns a distinguish- Idier who luid arrived attDownshire Ifoy the Christinas festivities. When It out among tr.e other, guests that [is to. relate an adventure on the fol- pg evening, much interest was evok lid I t was to an attentive audience lie began as follows: wenty years ago I made it long rail I journey from London'To Yorkshire h important errand, which consisted, ier more nor .less, of getting myself *ied to tint'eldest daughter of the r of, Huntingwold. I had been en :d ,t6 Mary Maitland for nearly a 7 but as our meeting and...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 March 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 19, 1914. A NARROW ESCAPE. tContinued from other side] vr S r t ' rooniS’in the house, but it is a tradition of the Grange that the guest chamber i8 always at the disposal of any one whom its master may delight to honor. Now I will say good night and leave you. You sliall'be called in plenty of timo in ..the morning.’ , :■ “He turned to go, but paused on the threshold as an afterthought- seemed td strike him. “ ‘By the ■way,’ he said, wheeling round 'you had better turn the key in the . lock. I have n footman who walks in his sleep, and though it is not likely, lie might pay you a visit. I only found it out the other Jay, and I couldn’t find it in my heart to send the fellow away at a’ moment’s notice. Good night1 once more, and sound be your, slumbers.*. ■“What a good Matured, genial man the squire was, I thought, as I obeyed his injunction and locked .the door upon his retrcating figure—a trifle eccentric, per­ haps,' as witness liis turning...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 March 1914

THE SlUKGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MARCH 19,1914. .....i. hopping hear, pleased to state W B BtQHTWCIA U a AHP T H E OKOAH. ’ A N ightingale who chanced to hear ' An organ’s deep and sw elling tone, “W as w ont to lend a careful ear. T h a t.s o she m ight im prove her own. One evening w hile the O rgan’s note, Thrilled through the wo'odBi and P h i­ lom el • S at tuning her melodious th ro a t To im itate\" its wondrouB swell. A tw itterin g sparrow . Said, “Prithee, now, be p i_______ _____ W h at from those wooden pipes you hear T h a t you can w ish to im itate? “ I do not h esitate to say W hatever the stupid thing can do T o please us, in a vocal way. T h a t very organ learned frpm you! “ Of all sw eet singers none is greater ...Than Philom el, but, on my word! T o im itate one’s im itator— Can au g h t be more absurd?” ■\"Nay,,” said the N ightingale, “if au ght F rom me the Organ ever learned. By him no less have I been taught, And th us the favor is returned “Thus to my singing...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 March 1914

^ sturgeon *a£ Bbvocate E n te r e d In . th e P o st-o ffic e a t S tu rg eo n ' B a y , .W is ., a s s e c o n d -c la s s m a tter . P u b lis h e d E v e r y T h u r sd a y a t S tu r g e o n - B a y , W is. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : O n e y e a r . .................. ■,..... .$1.50 . S ix m o n th s '............. .75 'P o u r m o n t h s . . -.60 T w o -'-m o n th s ........................................ . . . . .25 S in g le c o p ie s ...........................................05 ■ . T w o. d o lla r s w ill b e ch a rg e d If n o t p aid w ith in th e year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Marph 19,. 1014. COMPETING WITH MAIL-ORDER HOUSES. .A plan, having for its object the sc. : curing of business which formerly went to mail-order houses, was inaugurated this week by eeveral of the local hard-' -.„warc dealers. \"\" Formerly the idea lias always been th a t a\" local retailer could not compete with the catalogue house, and in truth b...

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 — 19 March 1914

THE STURGEON 1U& ADVOCAilE, MARCH 19 1914 f l ^ C A I ^ l T E M S ? . Episcopal Services.— There will he Episcopal services next Sunday, March ' 22d a t the, Odd Fellows hall, Rev. Hor­ atio Gates officiating. Advertised better List.—The following . . unclaimed •'letters are held a t the local postoffice:-r-Mr8., Frank Stanley, Mrs.O. v Eag^Geprge Fayy Victor Kendel, Chas. ' j F a k a i f i X X. ' X tv Land,Tr4psf«f,—rCharley Zahn the first ' of the iwejek disposed-'of a tract of land • in the- Fji»t’ ward to -Louisa Williams, /th e deal haying'been conohmmated by ' th e Simon Land Co. • City Hall Renovated.—Painters within ythe week painted, calcimfned and var- ‘fnished ,the interior of the city hall. The ' engine’.'room'' was also thoroly renovated, tifew.- electric light fixtures were placed in the .council chamber by Louis H. Nebel. Triplets Born.—Mrs. Oscar Blasier, a resident of the Third ward, on Saturday : forenoop gave, birth to threq Rabies. The ■ children lived b...

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 March 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 19, 1914. XHTEBVTEW mO A VIOU3T. : i I have found you out, my pet— ‘L ov ely .little violet— : /W ith your m odest eyes dew-wet! A re you never lonely dear?- D o 'y o u never have a fear In (his solitude so d rear? 'II.- \" ■ “Ah, no! 1 can ne'er forget God made little violet And He loves and guards mb y e t L ittle violet has no fear Though the solitude' be drear, • G od-is alw ays w ith me here!\" - '.III. ■ - Charm ing violet, tell m e pray, . How yoil pass the livelong day Do you w.ork, or do you p lay '! ■ V f t : --V ••Why! • 1 sim ply live to grow — W eave my, p retty robe, you know! ' w a tc h the shadow s come and go— Sm iling b'er m y cool, sw eet bed!\" • ■v. .B ut p ra y 'te ll me, who tau g h t you - H ow to w eave your robe of blue , F rom the sundhin& nnd the dpw? vr. 1 ■ V-. -\" v\"-'-v \" T h a t 1 cannot tell! W h o ' know s : . How God's little violet grow s? J u s t by Instinct, I suppose! H a lf suspect I stole my d...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 March 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE^ fiABCN 19, 1914, ,|arm (Garden anil gome VWhat is you specialty, my dear? In q u ire d ' my friend, fa ir M iss Bates, x’ray does y o u r inclination run ‘ . To decorating china plates? I ’ve painted five such charm ing ones, Of p eaches'you could alm ost eat .O r, dear, pe.rhaps your fancy runs 1 , ' To painting tiles— they are so sweet.\" I smiled, and looked 'around the room Ah! how-1 loved, the homelike place And y et no painted china there, •, No colored tiles, no costly lace My rose-bush bloom ing on the sill, • T he sim ple curtains, looped w ith blue W hen, peeping through the open door, I saw a. head of golden hue. W h a t “buttercup\" though painted fine. H as such a gleam as baby’s hair? W h a t \"lily” on a china plate! ' Can w ith his forehead w hite com pare? A nd ah! no peach, though pink in . hue, B ut pales in beauty ’side his cheek. So, calling to the tiny rogue, I opened my Hub to speak: “My friend, ‘my specialty’ consists In doing w ell...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 March 1914

THE STURGEON BAY 'ADVOCATE, UARCB 19. 1914. : COUNTY_NEWS. BULETBHABBOB. . John Grobcr and Andrew Znk made auto trips to .the county seat last S at­ urday. Alfred Olnndcr left for Chicago last jSunday where lie w ill'enter the lifcsav- ing Station in the Windy City.: Lewis Hickey and Conrad Olsori left for Kewaunee Inst Thursday where they are employed in the lifcsaving station. Roger Eatougli of Sturgeon Bay a r­ rived here Monday to spend a couple of weeks visiting and attending to business a t his old home. John Anderson, wife and son 'llbwhrd, ■ returned home from Iron- Moutain last Sunday after a three months’ visit there ■With their parents. •.’’The Baileys Harbor Band turiied out last Monday evening and -serenaded one of our citizens' who returned home for a couple of week's visit. ' • ’ /-Willie Starr of Sister Bay, spent Sun­ day with-relatives here.—Raymond An- elipi returned - home froiu Kenosha last Saturday, haring spent the ■ last few months working there. ' â...

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

BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERE TOE ADVOCATS '& TSB OFFICIAL PAPMbMiP bStH *HE CITY AND THE COUNTY. * SEAT JOB WORK AT THIS OFFICE V O L . 52. N O 52 STURGEON BAY, W1S., THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. $l.5f MARINE NEWS “ Life Saving Crews. v The Old Chicago Life Saving. Station went- into commission on March 15tn with the following crew: Captain, Chas. Cariand No. 1, Wm. E. Freston 2, Sol­ omon Neileau 3, A. E. Kristofferson 4, M. P. Lenomler 5, Wm. M. Drollinger i- 6, Julius Erickson 7, John Gusland 8, 'P eter Springer : 9j Edward G. Davis. \\ This is one of the largest crews on Lake Michigan. The station a t Kewaunee, Wis., which -opened a t the same crew as th at of last year, the personnel of which is as fol lows: Captain, Anton M. Jessen 1, Gedtge Flaherty 2, Conrad Olasen 3, Lawrence E. Brown 4, Lewis Hickey 5 Samuel J. Toft 6, Robert Anderson 7, Theodore Freeman. • We' win .he pleased to publish the «flW H of other crews, if some member will favor us w ith the list. I t is alw...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 March 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 26, 1914. I STATE NEWS IN BRIEF j Throe men wore killed ami tw o were : h u rt when an engine struck avhamloar near S parta. O n e utan jum ped from the handcar and escaped uninjured. A quiet smoke in the. , a ttic of the BencvolentH-Hd Liulios' Home of.Oshkosh caused the destruction of the building by fire last W ednesday morning. ’ S tate Tax Commissioner Note P. H a u ­ gen, has left for Boston, where he has been invited to address the M assachu­ setts legislature on the income tax, J . B. Cornell, 00 years old, a well know n traveling salesman of Waldo, dropped dead of heart failure a t his home ju st asshe w as startin g on a regular trip . . F rank W elsh, a farm laborer, w as kill* ed by a N orth-W estern line express train a t Sparta. H is body' w as dragged ■ threc- qu artcrV of ft miln p a st the plnco .wli ere he w as struck. John Glcdsky, aged 00, w as instantly killed a t Green Bay, late W ednesday af- temoon-wiiile on his w ay lioni...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 March 1914

t h e STTOGBOlf BAT ADVOCATE, MARCH 26, 19U. t o r i. wn in Corsica, irchant, nam- larred a young le fortune, and fame the father ,'n, a daughter anniversary [e gave a splen- 3 mansion, to of the leading Iverything went | the guests, and the supposed teamed that he But such was lation which he taken an unfor iself was aware t long be con would soon be md family and that night to be yet a weight of [eart. departed, instead told his wife he [era. to write, and denominated a iself in. Here he rhether he should il consequences of jgrace, or take his tie country. After tie he decided upon living man,” he ushed and despised an opportunity |ice my-life I shall lie presence of my a self-murderer’s jjescape to a foreign | but that, with the carry with me, I | to carve out a, new triumph to cancel II id upon this course, with the painful is wife by letter of his new resolution, ad farewell. ral courage to meet y misfortunes,” he the moral courage my ruin. I must nown region, either it, and as...

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 March 1914

Etery De^rtifrefft is complete with new Spring Merchandise^ WITH A R E O V NEW SPRINGGNIWOLFRE Hundreds of Economies Wise Mothers will bny the Boys’ Spring Clothing here this spring, as they have in season’s past, (or they know the care we take to give them the most tor their money. Boys’ navy bine ail wool and serge salts for confirmation, guaranteed, fast color, attractiv- Norfolk orplain styles, ( P i A P size 8 to 17, at..................................... Boys’ all wool mixtures, nice spring fabrics, at $ 3 .0 0 , $ 3 .5 0 , (P r A A upward to .................................... . ...4»0«VU S P E C IA L —A lot of odd Coats and Pants trom $18.00 to $10.00 Suits, your choice each, a t... .....: A Vest freS wlth each Coat and Pants, sizek range from lg yfekra to lo year's. $1.48 Boys' Knee Pafils a t . . . . . . . . . ........... Including all our 7 5 c a n d 6 9 c sellers New S p r i n g R u g s A big line of 9x12 Rugs to pick IrOm, rang­ ing in price from $10 to $25 Economi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 March 1914

THE STURGEON 26, 1914. m B S T & u s «o y o u , vc? raA x rirx s. : — SO H O . D o n 't' fo rg e t y o u r D avie, lassie, W h an h e 's fa * aw a y . ' D on’t fo rg e t th e, p ro m ise, d a rlin g . T h a t yo u m ad e to d ay . M erry, b ird s a re s in g in g , Je an n ie , O n th e le a fy b o u g h s, , A11 in c h o ru s, ' W a rb lin g o 'e r u s. T h e y h a v e h e a rd o u r vow s. . B ird s a re sin g in g , h e a r i t rin g in g O v er h ill a n d le a : \" I ’ll b e tru e to you, m y Je a n n ie , Y ou b e tru e to m e.” W h e n y o u r h e a rt is sad , d e a r lassie, - W h e n th e w o rld lo o k s d a rk ■ P ictu re* D a v ie h o m ew ard sp eed in g I n h is g a lla n t b a rk . . P r a y * f f a v o r i n g w in d s to w a f t him O’e r th e re s tle s s sea. D ike th e s ta rlin g , , I-w o u ld , d a rlin g , S a y to lo v e a n d th e e : - - B ird s a re sin g in g , h e a r i t rin g in g O v er h ill a n d le a : . - i • \" I ’ll b e tru e to you, m ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 March 1914

THE STOft&EOHy jjXY ^AfeVOCAXE, MiUgCH 2 6 , 1 ^ 3)' ^ S tu r f ic o r i B a g 'B b w c ate \"Entered, in. the Rost-oflSce a t Sturgeon Boy, \"Wis., as eocohd-clnsS m atter. Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: A m y e a r. v $1.50 81x m onths ....................... P o u r m o n th s...,................................• •• -“0 -Two m onths.......................r......... •Â£\" Single copies. *Two do/lkrs wlli be charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Stnurgeon Bay, Wis., March 20, 1014. Today’s paper is designated, Volume 52, Number 52, which means that today • we' are fifty-two years old. A subscriber writes, concerning our birthday, saying among other things, “And like good nine : it improves with age.” We wish to take this opportunity to thank all those who have aided us by their patronage add well wishes, and only trust that we shall m erit a continuance thereof indefinitely. David S. Rose has now joined t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 March 1914

• V THE^TURGEOH BAY -ADVDCAIE,. MARCH-26..T914. LOCAL ITEMS, TakeiLtb Asylum.—Emina Teideman- son, who was last week found to be' of feeble, mind, was on Monday taken to the home for the Feeble-Miniled a t' (Aipi pewa Falls. Chtiich Supper.—Tlie Ladies Aid of the M o^viair chhreh will serve a supper at the church • parlors on Wednesday even, ing next,-April 1st, from .4 till 7 o’clock. Price, 25 cents. Everybody invi«od. • First Goodrich Boat.—The Goodrich steamer / Georgia will make her first trip to this,port for the ensuing season next Week, leaving Chicago, on Saturday, the. 4th of April, and arriving here Mon­ day'morning. - 1 / Candidates for Aldermen.—Jacob Weis her of the Fourth ward and Henry Pueh- ler of the Second ward have announced their candidacies for alderman of their respective wards at the ensuing spring election. •' Advertised Letter List.—The follow­ ing letters are held unclaimed a t Jfcbe local postoffice: Mrs. George' F .. Hofio- wayj Archie Mathien„ Prin. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 March 1914

• N s K ’ V ■ V . I' . TH E, STURGEON HAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 26, 1914. “H EB JEWELS.\" A g irl -without money I kftow— ■A dear little, sweet, p retty elf— W ho is kind to the whole world around B ut whose sm iles she reserves for myself. T his lassio is p retty and good, *Tis true she's not sliver or gold, Y et Jewels she has all her Own, • T h at are hers for to have and to hold. H e r rubies , so rosy and bright, \" Is her love th at glows w arm and true A nd her sapphires, so brilliant and rare. Shine out from her eyes large and blue. H er gold is the gold in her hair As she sits in the sunlight and shows A nd can any pink coral compare W ith the tin t of her cheek like the rose? A nd the p atter of fairy-like feet, . As they m eet me through heat or thru cold, ' I s music fa r sw eeter to me Than the “tinkle” of silver or gold. Soon th is girl w ith these jew els will be My honored and loving young wife, : W hen to cherish and guard her from ill W ill be the one thought of my l...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 March 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MARCH26, 1914 J a m iltovden aiwl Borne. T H * W XH TBB 3 8 * A 8 T . jVh! when the* robins make melodious ••'. The tw ilight dusk, -When scaly leal buds-sw ell, ‘ When m osses in the swamps grow ltv- ' ^ r ” fng green, When downy catkins su it the willow '■ ■ well: , ,1- . ■When the golden warm sunshine glows at noon, , . „ „ When earth its bounty thankfully re- celves, \"When In the woods the Indian mlskodeed H angs its pink bells above the la st year’s leaves ' When blackbird concerts In the elm tree tops. W e’ll Bmlle and say, “ Dear heart, the spring is here : And a fte r all, the w inter w as n ot long. -So w ill It be, when life’s long Journey Its storms all braved, Its thorny path­ ways, trod, - * . ,, ■Some days o f ,days, our ha\"'''\" eyes shall On theYUlr city \"built and kept by God. And gazing on its. rad ian t spires and tu rrets, . .. „ . And listening to the b u rs t of heavenly W e’ll emlle and say: \"Eternity is dawn- And^after ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 March 1914

N S - ■ V THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 26, 1914, COUNTY NEWS ^ o r n o n HABBOB. ' The snow storm of last Sunday pnvi us n • little sleighing and same was util ized.by several parties who had hauling to do. There was a marked activity among the fisherman until the cold spell form­ ed the new icOj hut since then there has ■ been a corresponding stagnation. lying at Ellison Bay, waiting to be tak­ en Sometimes we wonder how the out side world manages to get along without hearing from the Island: for So long. roast. Mrs. Ed. Viste lias been confined to her bed and home with a severe attack of quinsy sore tnroat. “ lie Carl Wallinger family, who las» week had a child burn to death, has removed to-the town of Nasewaupee. j Anton Fagen of Maplewood has pur Born to Mr. and M rs, .Tens Hansen, the j chased the cheese factory from Ed. Stick Ifi. w .. W nml the eldld and his l and taken possesswn of the business, the ...... _ ^ ..........at tranfer having been consummated last ttft...

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