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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 May 1914

. . • ‘ .......- \\ ' ................. . . . “ .. , L. - . . . . . . . i . ~ . s ' ' ' ^ ----------- THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERE \" -V If\" . -. . , ■ .. p.. - - - S - T • . • - . ■ - V I I ^ ! , . r * ’,. -...- ' / AT THIS OFFICE VOL.r 53 NO. 9 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MAY 28. 1914. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS Hall was in port Tuesday while bound seuth in light trim. : s . * Storm signals were on Monday dis­ played for a southwest storm, and the 3gale arrived on schedule time. The gas. schooner Oscar Newhouse was Among the south-bound passages thru .-the' bay Thursday evening with a cargo. Among the passages thru the bay on :Sunday, was the Bteamer Susie Chip- anan, bound north and the steamer Nor­ walk bound south. The pasynger steamer Liberty, Capt. -Clow, passed thru tin bay Mtonday .morning on her way to an east shore port on Lake Michigan, where she is to die run again during the season. {The tug Satisfaction was in port Mon- ■day morning, having come across' from Menom...

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 — 28 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAYADVQCATE MAY 28, 1914 . r 1 MARINE NEWS ./[Continued from first page.) . X— — — — .................... HARBOR DEPTHS AT LAKE MICHI­ GAN p o r t s : The following chitua is taken from Supplement No. I, Bulletin No. 23,-Sur vcy of the Northern and Northwestern Lakes, issued by the U. S. Lake Survey 'office showing the irecbrd-Qf-.soundings taken during, the past winter- and spring in the several harbors oin the east and west sliore of laike MichigJin. Sturgeon Bay ana Lake Michigan Ship Canal, \\Vis.—Soundings completed April 13, indicated that, the channel- through : tlie harbor of refuge and in the revetted canal had tlffe required depth of 21 feet : at mean Jake level, with a iiiiuiinum width of about 121 feet. The maximum draft th at can be-earricd in a t the exist- r iiig'stage is about 'IIP feet. Soundings completed March 7 in Sturgeon Bay from the westerly end of the revetted canal to a point about opposite Quarry ■ Point indicated that the channel had , ’ ti...

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 — 28 May 1914

.T H S /S T w K ^ 1914.' OUR MILITARY UNPRtPAREOHESS. An Interesting Letter CoBceniiQg Mat­ ters of Vital Importance To Every Citizen of the United States. Chicago, 111., May 24, 1914. Editor The Advocate:— Sturgeon Bay, Wis., . Dear Sir:— The recent military demonstration of our government in connection with af­ fairs in Mexico has had a t least one im­ portant lesson for us: th a t is, that everyone—even to most of the “peace advocates”—lias become keenly • and painfully aware of our shameful lack of preparedness in m ilitary matters. Every­ one who is a competent judge, on this subject, now know s'that we are not pre-\" pared to properly prosecute an effect­ ive campaign, even against such a third- rate power as Mexico. While there can be no doubt hat we would quickly de feat all the combined factions of that barbarous country, we would do so only a t the sacrifice of a great many valu­ able lives and a t great expense. But we should be so prepared th at we could quickly su...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 May 1914

THE STURGEOlf tBAT ADYOCATEMAY 28.1914 cannon The dulcet strains ■ v -y . r ^ ■ ' - k 2 s I swau J By. Admiral D. D. PORTER * ♦ : Songs the Union i Soldiers Sang: W HEN the cannon ceased booming the Union soldiers sang. They were for the most part a musical aggre­ gation, and many observers have tes­ tified to the stirring of their emotions •by the choral singing of thousands of men assembled in camp. The songs •they sang acquired a sacred charac­ te r which clings to them still In the north fifty years after the war. Be­ low are given two of the Union sol­ diers’ favorites: We Are Coming, Father Abraham B y J A M E S SLOANE GIBBON8. \"We are coming, Father Abraham, three' hundred thousand more, From Mississippi's winding stream and from New England’s shore. W e leave our plows and workshops,, our V' wives and children dear •With hearts too full for utterance, with but a silent tdfr. yt* dare not look behind us, but stead* fastly look before. - \"We are coming. Father Abr...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 May 1914

STURGEON B A T ADVOCATE MAY 28, 1914. K A B I7 B S OF WAB. .Once the earth w as theirs! They trod B lithely o’er the spring ’s young sod: Now they own a quiet little sp o t •In , a qu iet burial lot., Once fo r every Joy they sang, And th eir lightsom e laugh ter rang: N ow the m usic th a t is heard, Is the song of bee and bird. Once th ey trod L ife’s busy w ays, W ork- and play filled all th eir days. Now th eir ta sk is .but to sleep, And unbroken silence keep. . Once th e ir he'arts w ith hope b ea t high P leasu re k ept them com pany: Now no joyance do they know, In th eir cham bers dark and low Onee they heard the bugle's blare. Crying on the troubled air: Now they do not know the gain Reaped from fields of stress and pain. Once, wheh sore their country’s need. S w ift w ere they in w ord and deed: Now in sacred beds they lie, H onored w hile the years go by. : Once they gave us all th eir best. Now w e bless them in th e ir rest: And on each M emorial D ay F lag s and bloss...

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 — 28 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE flfcAY 28, 1914. ■MX j n * Sturgeon JBas advocate TBntered In the Post-office n t Sturgeon • Bay, W is., as second-class m atter. ipabllshed ‘Every Thursday a t .Sturgeon •* Bay\\vWis. : RATES O F” SUBSCRIPTION: ^ V \" O n e y e a r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .............$1.50 'S IX m o n t h s . . . .5 F o u r ' m o n t h s . . . . . .......... -oo T w o m o n th s . - . . . . » . . . . . . .25 S in g le C o p ie s ................... v .05 T w o d o lla r s w ill b e c h a r g e d i f n o t'p a ld \"■ w ithin th e y e a r. DUDLEY S.” LONG, Business Manager. fitnrgeon Bay, AVis., May 28, 1914. , I t looks now as though the end of the . Mexican war was near, Huerta having ' agreed to quit and a provisional presi- dent wlio will be acceptable to both himself and the rebel, Carranza will be appointed. People who are acquaint^* with conditions in Mexico however, are inclined to think that the trouble will Bimply be postponed:, y- “Guilty of ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 May 1914

THE STURGEON B A Y -A D ^ A T E MAY 28, 1914. LOCAL ITEMS. •••- The Junior Prom —The Junior Prom of the local high school will be held a t , jiFalk’s hall on Friday evening, May 29th. ’ -Ladies’ Aid Sale.—'The Moravian Coun- - try Ladies’ Aid will hold a food sale in the Feldmann building on Saturday fa- ternoon, May30th. ■ Marriage License—The following mar­ riage license was issued by County Clerk LaPlant within the week: Edna M. Gabert, city, find Clias. G. Mather, Se­ vastopol.^ Ladies’ Aid Social.—T h e \\ Methodist . Ladies’ Aid-social w:ll take place a t the / ‘home of Mrs. \"Wallace Oram this (Thurs­ day) afternoon, supper being served from 5 to 8* o’clock. . , Scarlet Fever.—Scarlet fever seems to be having a run in this city a t the. pres' ent time, there being several cases re­ pelled by the health officer. The m al­ ady is in an extremely light form, in most instances, the patients hardly be •ixtg confined to their beds. Mrs. E..D, Wead Dies.—A. S. Putm an on Thur...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 May 1914

4.■ ' ' ! THE STURGEON BAY APyOQAYS MAX *** »14. THE TEAS OP COMPASSION. though calloused in the world s harsh • strife, - ’ Its freshness withered in the embrace Of age, the heart some nook may hold Where feeling hath its dwelling place. THie spectacle of \"bitter woe Can sometimes from the coldest wring Compassion and the unwonted tear To eyes long void of moisture bring. Bright drops! well may we deem thee best, ' \"When by the cold and stern thou’rt ' shed. , Jtor tHen thou glv’st sure guaranty The soul's best impulse is not dead. Thou teachest then this changeless truth Far plainer then mere words could tell We cannot, strive although we may, ■ Our better instincts wholly quell. j£nd that, though years of selfishness May leave their,jmprlnt on our heart, Something In man of the divine Will leaven still his grosser part £rrap. , THE SILVER BULLET In 'I860.. Lance Nuting was a United States marshal in the southern district of Virginia, The state was at that time fairly ove...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 May 1914

- j - THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY i2% 1914. . & ■ dtatdm aitd 2tomc. S H E TWO: W O SX ESS. ’The lin g e r went out in the morning, And he .met a'lab o rin g man, W ith his tools slung over his shoulder And his meal in a sm all tin can. \"How fares it w ith thee, my brother?\" -The singer mournfully said H ast thou ever a sinking spirit? . Or ever an aching head? ■“My task may only be singing A strain that 1» strong and glad, \"Yet often my head is weary, And often my heart is sad. , •How fares w ith thee m y brother? And w hat dost thou Bay to F ate.. Thai: drives thee w ith restless rigor To labor early and late? “Nay, master, I am not driven I go-w ith a cheerful heart, JFor the love of wife and children That’ in the. labor have part .And I see the streets of the city Are, crowded-with toiling men •Some working -with hammer and chlsel, And-some w ith the brush and pen. \"The rails for the car I am laying T hat carries them to their toilj IMen carefully dressed for thei...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 May 1914

■■ / - : .vv THE stURGEOW BAY ADVOCATE MA? 28 1914. [COUNTY NEWS SEVAHTO- oi*. Wedding bells will.soon'.bo ringing a t Institute, but we promised not to to lly ct. -, Ajthur Pochler went to Sturgeon Bay . Sundny'to ^accept a position as chauffeur for Hie A. S. Putman livery. The Institute (Juba, will cross bats with the Sturgeon Bay .Giants on these grounds next Sunday. afternoon.r l)r. Hellebrand of Chicago, is prepar- ing' to build n summer home on the ten acres lie purchaser last winter. Jos. Stralmn, cliecsemaker *t Insti- tute, started makingi?heese on Syndays' - - last week, the splendid flow of milk making this imperative. . Jos. Petersilka, John Straban and Xawrcnee Rotli arid, son Joseph, ,autoed ■ over in the town of Gardner Thursday on a little business trip. ’ 4. The dance at Institute Monday night was largely attended and . all in attend*- ance rtport a big time. The party did not break up until daylight. f Jos.: Weber of Institute bought a neat ‘ racing cirt last...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 June 1914

VOL. 53 NO. JO STURGEON BAY, W1S* DAY, JUNE 4, 1914. MARINE NEWS IRIGBTFUL MARINE DISASTER. OVER ONE THOUSAND LIVES LOST WHEN DANISH COLLIER STOR STAD COLLIDES WITH EM­ PRESS OF IRELAND: Passengers in Berths Drowned Like Rats. ' Greatest Disaster Since, Titanic Went Down. • One of the ■ th a t ever happened took place at about 2:30 o’clock Friday morning in the St, Lawrence River, near Quebec I t was .caused by the Danish collier Storstaa camming th e ' ocean liner Empress of Ireland during a heavy fog that pre vailed a t the time. The liner was onh er wa from Mon­ treal, Canada, to Liverpool, Engtanu, and waB loaded down with 935 passen­ gers besides her crew of 432 souls. Of this, number the latest reports give total of 1032 dead or missing. 800 of these were passengers and 220 crew. The large number of passengers lost was due to the fact that all were in - their berths at the time of the collision and, as the big ship sunk in fourteen minutes after being rammed, of their ina...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUNE A, 1914 ( « E f f S FORTY ^ FIFI Y YEARS AGO] FORTY EARS AGO. The County Agricultural Society meet!* awtt :Satuif(layratMlic court’hmfse. , Hemlock bark-peeling lias .commenced. Two dollars per cord is the price paid to •peelers. The attem pt to get' the propeller City of Madison off the rocks at the “Door\"’ proved a failure. A tough joke-w as played on us last week—somebody sent us a copy of the Oconto Lumberman. ' . Delano Kimbcr was called East last Week bv the death of his mother and th e serious illness of his fathers ' As assault and battery case before Justice Hamilton last Saturday fur ': nished amusement for our loungers. The latest thing out is the sale of lemonade with an egg in it a t -5 cents a glass, by one of our merchants. The' Ahnapee boys must have had too much baseball in tlieir’n last week as w.e did not get a copy of the Record. In two days last week the sawmill at Mcnekaune cut out 285,500 feet of lum­ ber, a large portion of i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 June 1914

THE STUKGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUNE 4, »1 4 J g Q W . - Come the lu re o f green things grow ing Com es th e call o'f w aters flowing— : And th e w ayfarer desires M oves and w akes and w ould be going.- H ark th e m igran t hosts of Jun e M arching nearer noon by noon. H ark the gossip of the grasses, Bivouacked b en eath ' the moon. B ong the q u est and fa r the ending \"When' my w ay farer is w ending— W hen desire is once afoot. Doom behind and dream attending. In his' ears th e phantom chime O f incom m unicable rhyme. H e sh all chase the fleeting camp-fires /Of the Bedouins o f time. F a re r by unchartered w ays, ‘ ■ Dumb as neath to plaint o r praise, D nreturning he shall Journey, - Fellow to the nig hts and days. T ill upon th e o u ter b ar Stilled the moaning currents are Till the flame achieves the zenith, T ill the m outh attain s th e Star. . T ill through laugh ter and through tears F a ir the final peace appears, ■ And about the w atered pastures Sink to sleep the...

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

— ■ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUNE 4. 1914V .335 gtureeon JBas Htwocatc C ntered In the Post-offlce a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon hay . Wls. /./:'•/ RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION One year - . . . . . . . . . . ' SIS m o n th s.. . . . - * • • FoUr m onth's.’. ...................... Tw o m o n th s. .......................... ......... . $ 1.60 . -.76 . . .60 .. .26 .06» Single Copies ................................. - • . Two dollars .will be charged it not paid w ithin the year. _ DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon ^ay, W 's, June 4, • 1914. r. Nd More Free Sugar? “WASHINGTON, May 31^-The admin­ istration, facing a treasury deficit and .'fearing destruction «jf both cane and beet .sugar industries through free sugar, is about to reverse its free sugar policy by amending the Underwood tariff law to retain a-duty of one cent a pound on - Bugar. It is estimated, th at Buch a duty Will yield, to the federal treasury an­ nu...

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 — 4 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUNE V 1914 LOCAL ITEMS. The Weather.—Fair weather has been the o rd e r o f the day during the past w eek up to yesterdays when- It rained 'from early - in the forenoon until night­ fall. A '\"VO-\"\" / ■- - v\" Start Fdctpry—The box factory started for the season Monday morning .^nd \\tiljyfcp 'kept busy- .unti) the1cahmhjf ’ pf the/Reynolds. Biyseryin^- Coi,:: started,' season'bpferis. '' - V \" . i V'fei'L ' ' -,C LL'-: ‘: »■ Spe^la]: 84. P. Meeting^—On Friday l|lveniiie^^p'.,|nc&r, Ki’ £ ’ l£dge will hold i speciaiyjneeiiig -at: Which time a dozen Or morp candidates'•wMvi be given the \"yank ©f- :knigjit. Members are urged to attend. i .\\■ jj. S',, j' 1 (sy? S. S. fC onvention— Tb^ Door County Sunday V^chodV* conyentibn w ill open a , two-dayilsessibii • in this' city tomorrow, ' pn which ^bccasion I t is' .anticipated th at there w ill be a large number of people in from the towtfs of the county. Sells Residence.—-The W ih: H ay [.hous...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUNE 4, 1914. : - * p IiAu f n r t h e fo o l. . F a r dow n in th e'd e e p , block w a te r . A gold en la n th o rn sw ings. W h o se lu s tre w idens a n d trem b les A s trem b le th e w a te r rin g s. - , \"Above, on th e p u rp le tw ilig h t T he moon in h er g lo ry show s, B u t s till w ith a m eu o w er sp len d o r T he xamp in th e w indow glow s. . ' ■ ' 1 L ike a love-lam p s e t in a w indow On a s ta rle s s su m m e r’s n ig h t S te a d fa st It g lea m s an d beckons A jew el of a m b e r lig h t S te ad fa st it p o in ts and beckons . , And ev er th e s e lf sam e w ay, F o r i t h a n g s a t th e g ato o f a 1 p alace ' T h a t know s n o t th e lig h t o f, day. • T h e g r e a t'e lm ’s 'le a f y b ran ch es • S tre tc h o v e r-'th e 'w a te r’s b rin k W hore' deep in. th eir sh e lte rin g hollow s • T n e sh ad o w s in shadow s sink. ' - B u t th e gold lam p In th e w a te r • It glimmers and beckons bright, L ik e a love...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY -ADVOCATE JUNE 4, 1914 farm (garden aniline. t ’ ' . JUSX BTABTrfrO OUT. . O youth, ju s t sta rtin g o u t in life, To battle, w ith its sto rm s and strife, Like, a brave w arrior sword in hand L ess prone to follow th an command. W ith shining face, w ith lo fty crest. N o .th o u g h t of peril in thy breast ‘ B y hope inspired, w ith joy elate. W hy should we trem ble for thy' fate? -. W e who have trodden p ath s of pain, . H ave, fought, and failed and fought again, \" H ave tru sted oft, been o ft deceived. O’e r many- a broken idol grieved, .May well w atch anxiously, through te ars Beloved ones of tender years, W ho. s till untouched by fear or doubt, F rom peaceful homes are startin g out. How eagerly they throw aside The silken cords, too soon untied! How little do they know or guess , Of all the odds ag ainst success! ■ How vain the record to repeat ..Of early trial, sore defeat. They give no heed: they only know . The voice w ithin them bids them Got...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 June 1914

't h e STURGEON B a y ADVOCATE JUNE \\ 19X4 Bathing Suits B. V. D. Underwear Light Wool Underwear Straw Tennis We have a good stock and want your business. jCSSK a t 10:30 Sunday niorning. A meeting for ladies only will be held the samejxi~ temoon a t 2:30, in Bethel church and again in the Methodist church Sunday and Monday evenings. We hope th a t all of these meetings will be largely attend­ ed as it is a rare thing to have'such a speaker here and her cause is a. worthy one. . ' E P H R A IM . Mrs. B. D. Thorp and corps of assist­ ants arrived.within th\\ week from Stur­ geon Bay andx ali are now busy getting Eagle Inn ready for the summer tourist, trade. Chocolates COUNTY NEWS % T R Y ^ T H E M T H E N you’ll know why Nylo Chocolates are so remarkably popular. They are absolutely pure and wholesome—no arti­ ficial coloring or artificial flavoring—ju s t \"p u re food\" candies. Our stock is ' always fresh. Once you try them— you’ll always buy themi Come into oiir store. Take...

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 — 11 June 1914

/ - / / / '- , / / / / ::■ - vvv b r in g T H A T 'N E X T JO B WORK H E R S ylf’PICfc VOL. 53 NO. 11 /STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. MARINE NEWS The tu g Bob Teed,.w hich w as «d a t G reen Bay la st week,' is being got­ te n in readiness as rapidly as a, large crew of men can rush th e w ork. H er w orks is to be of st'Cel conatruc- and when com pleted th e boat w ill in as good shape as it is possible to - /put her. //■'. .,/ /.. The tow barge A shland, consort of th e ./steamer W . H. Saw yer one of th e H ines fleet is credited w ith having ’ la rg est tload o f lum ber into T th is season, having on board 1,251,000 w hen she arrived in th a t port one day la s t week. She had on p a rt of th e cargo . o f th e barge R edfern, which had m et W ith an accident and w as obliged to lighter p a rt of her load. A b o ttle w as la st w eek picked up on , L ake Superior which it is claim ed con- a message from th e lost steam ei B. Sm ith, which foundered dur- Nove...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. The city council of Kenosha 1ms pass­ ed a resolution prohibiting, tented shows and carnivals within the limits of this . 'city. . ' Nine of a herd of 18 cattle, sleeping in, a fence corner, were killed by one b o lf of lightning which struck, the rcnce a t Portage. - 1 The Winnebago. county board of su pervisors unanimously memorialized the next legislature to repeal all freak' and useless laws that have been passed by the last several legislatures. Miss Gq»ceJay]dson,jyp_ungest daugh­ ter of former Gov. James 0. Davidson, died at' the .family home a t Madison Thursday. She was 22 years of age. She is survived by her parents and one sisi. ter, Mrs. Mabel Davidson Inbusch. \" Henry Huert, 27 hung himself Wednes^ day night with a trunk strapi a t a Wau- sau hotel. He leaves a wife and. chilr drfen - in Bremen, Germany. Who were . preparing to come toA rheriea: ..Sul- - cide was the result pf'illness and des* poftdency. An aged inan accompanied by his son, came...

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