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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

' . THE STUHGEON BAY -ADVQCATE JO E B 11,1914. iTP«»nr.ing Friday, June 12, and Ending Friday, July 3. THE BIG STORE! THE ONLY STORE! We are not only Headquarters for Santa Claus, but we are also HeadqiiaiV for all Patriotic Citizens who indulge in the usual Fourth of July or Midf imer festivities. ' , -gg I.Our stock at this season of the year is most elaborate, and a visit with us demonstrate that fact beyond all possible doubt. Our chief aim will be to please you at all times. r7.f ^We not the largest store ip,Door.County, but we Kave |{the best aipped, and most up-to-date establishment in this section of the country. . Our goods are always up to Standard in quality, and we strive always to be just a little in advancein all modern ideas and SfylCS—inf^ct, Wfi Are Leaders, ! The above conditions have necessarily given our store the popularity we now enjoy. 1 V \\ s ' \\ . : 7 . This year we have made a special effort to out-class all former yeras in the selection of our goods,7a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

XH» StlfeOKOH BAT ADTOCACT CHARLES E. VAN LOAN | V I.-M ’CLUSKFY’S PROD- IGAL • • • • From \"The Ten Thousand Dollar Arm end Other Tales of the Bltf League’’ Copyright. 1013. by Small. M nm ird te'Compasv IKE! M’CLUSKEY might have 1 J T lira known something was wrong f f M with Rick Keene when that high salaried artist aBked for an advance on his first month’s pay. I t was nothing new for a bush league recruit to Join in the spring a financial ruin, but for a thousand dollar a month man—well, McCluskey should have been warned, and after that he might have kept bis eyes open. And Keene's excuse was the very Methuselah of all excuses. . \"I guess I've lost my check'book. .Mike,” said Keene. “Can 1 tap you for a .couple of hundred ?’’ \"A couple of hundred!” howled Mc­ Cluskey. \"If I had that much money do you think I’d speak to,you? Dog­ gone if I.believe I’d speak to myself!\" Then, as he saw the look of real dis­ appointment In the face of the pitcher, he hastened to add: “I wa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

THE STURGEON . BAY ADVOCATE JUNE 11, 1914. Two Phaeee. PH A SE I. My blessed, bressed baby! - I hold thee close w ithin m y arm s,. . I shield thee from the w orld’s alarm s Thou a r t a blessing heaven-born, T hy b reath is sw eet as breeze of morn, W ithin th y dim ples Cupids jplay and laugh and sparkle all th e day ' O. tiny, laughing, cooing one. M ay heaven’s blessings show er upon My own, my d arlin g baby! PH A SE II. My blasted, how ling baby! You hove-kept me aw ake w ith your yells • and cries. You have pulled my h air and scratched my eyes, . You have kicked and tore, w hile I snarled and swore, - T ill your m other is mad—or som ew hat more ,1 have w alked th e floor w ith you hour by hour— T ill my back is broke. No earth ly pow er Can quiet your howling, you im p o f sin, . I am alm ost w ild w ith your ceaseless din. My yelling, howling, caterw auling, kick­ ing, tearing, p u llin g ,, scratching, back-breaking baby! |HioceUuny. BY JUD G E CLARK. Thai Amos Talburton...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

'iS - •â– X THE STURGEON -feAY ADVOCATE JUKE i l , 1914. .•Â»( S t i i r a c p n 3 5 a ? a ^ v Q ^ t S : iB tered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon . .Bay, Wis:, as second-class m a tte r,. • PERSONALS Published. Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. • RATES OF SltBSClRIPTION: One year, .......... . . . . ................ il.BO S ix m o n t h s . . . . . . , . : . . . . . . . '. ............ .7G F o ur m o n t h s , . . .60 Two m onths.v . ...........: . . . . . . . . .25 Single C opies. ........ ...- ........................ .05 Two dollars w ill h e charged if not paid w ithin the year DUDLEY S, LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon'. Bay, Wis., June, 11, 1014. Announcement. We wish to annoupce- to , the public - thpt commencing next Saturday,. fm the rest of the summer The Advdcaii1 ^Office . will close at noons on Saturdays. Those who favor us with their patron- age, we- wish would endeayor to arrange things accordingly. Of course, .where it ' becomes necessary to work afternoons • to ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE JtfHE I'i, i914. LOCAL ITEMS. , * Loses Horse.t~-Fred. -I. Sclniyler, sage Of the Third kvard mourns the loss of his favorite horse* B y the way, Mr. S, i , la s t. w eek. celebrated the 82nd anniver­ sary of his birth. ' Work on Depjjt.-rrWork. on tlie new : railway depot : i9j’il6yihg along rapidly, and another month will see it practically finished. All the brick work will be : completed this week. • Heads Rural Carriers.—Wm. G. Arlts of thiScCity was. honored Svith again be­ ing elected president of the. State Rural Mail Carriers’ Association, which held its convention In Green Bay May 20 and 30. . 'Saloon ‘Applications.—rThere has,/been sixteen saloonkeepers made application .' for licenses, which is the same number : that, was issued last year. Ten of these ■ are located on the east side and six on , the rwest. ■ • v ■ Advertised Letter. List.—Following is : the list of uncalled for letters at the lo- cal postoffice: Mrs. Jennie Anderson, • G....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE jtiWE 11, 1914. H£B BITAL. \" T h e b elle?” 'T Is Hard to sa y an d y e t T h e r e is a C uban here-— “ H an d so m e?\" \"W ell, yes. \"H e r s ty le ? \" B ru n e tte — ' T h e darling: o f h e r sp h ere. I ’v e w atch ed h e r an d sh e n e v e r m oves B u t som e m an w alk s close b y : • ■, A nd y e t th e re ’s no one w hom sh e loves O r h ates— “T he rea so n w h y ? ” J u s t w a it a little , m a ch erie “ H e r m an n ers?\" N e ith e r g rav e N o r gay. \"T he gold en m ean,” you say. A n d y e t th e w om en rav e — . ■' • - I “ In p raise?\" Ah no! One seldom h e a rs H e r lauded b y th e ir lip s A nd y e t th e sw e e t silence th a t s h e w e a rs T h e ir m alice d o th eclipse. \" B r illia n t? ” A t tim es. T h is n u t-b ro w n m aid .'S h in es b rig h te s t w hen sh e m ee ts H e r m atch . T h u s conflicts o ft, ’tls sa id In s p ir e s th e d o u g h tie st fe a ts. “H e r s ty le o f b eau x ?” B o th y o u n g a n ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUn s ii j 9j C (fkrileii and Itomc. P E A C E . M u c h I d e sire d w h e n Y o u th d id fire m y . v ein s. T o jo in f a ir c o m b a t w ith so m e foe , , . a u g u s t: A nd m o re I d rea d e d s lo th a n d cre e p ­ in g r u s t T h a n a n y m eed o f m a r ty r Seorn3 a n d p a in s. H o w w o u ld m y h e a rt b e a t q u ick a t C la r- - ion s tr a in s .All to th e God o f b a ttle w o u ld I t r u s t A s one who,' m id s t th e h lq sin g b a rb s a n d d u st. F ro m so m e s w ift A rg iv e c h a rio t flu n g th e rein s. B u t now m y p u lse is slow ed, m y v e in s a re c o ld ,■ . O s p ir it o f th e le a fa g e silv e r-g re e n — N ow le t th y cool s w e e t sh a d o w In te r­ v e n e , T h a t 1 no m o re th e s tre n u o u s d a y b e- h q ld S o fo ld m e, a s th e flock t h a t t e s t in fo ld , \"W hile K e e p e r m ak e s th e d a rk e n in g sk y seren e. ORCHARD CULTURE METHODS. A large number or orchards of the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUNE 11, 191$. COUNTY NEWS. .[Continued tr-mi F'\" st. page.\"! , \"W illiam-Hahn and. fam ily of Sheboy­ gan came here Friday to spend 'ti week •witli relatives. Mrs. Halm Was form er­ ly M ary tJteek. News hi-.s-bttn r&eivcd of \"'Mias Johic. La radii, th a t ilia t/y o u n g lady was iTcefifcly operated on for ap ­ pendicitis iiiyii Chicago hospital, v Rev, Air^lC Carlson left here. Tuesday i\"lie young ladies h ad a linen, shower foi JVentis, Wis., to attteii.il the B aptist conference yvhicli m eets there ■ th is week. blisses M artha Evans and and M ildred Bagnall. tCachers of the village' schools left ip rF thbir respective homes, in She- boygan and dacksonport, W is.y'M onday morning: y The young ladies had a linen shower • on Miss Esther Anderson Tuesday, a fter­ noon and the young 'men gave a tin shower. Coining events east' tliiciir shad 0\\vs-before : . l - -V • ! ■ ' - , D E T B O IT H A B B O B . . . M aterial js arriving.jfor,drto...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 June 1914

V O L .'53 NO. 12 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 18. 1914. Y EA R MARINE NEWS ■Keep Station Open All Winter.. A petition was circulated in this city ■within the' week requesting of the heads of the United States Lifesaving Service thai^-the canal station be kept open dur-. ing the whole year, instead of during about nine months, as has been the cus­ tom. The petition was sighed freely by ves. sel owners, marine men, and others in? ! terested in haarine matters, and it J b • believed that .the department will grant the request. ’ There is ho reason, why tins should not be done, not only here but all over the lakes. The. extra cost would not be begrudged' by anyone as the money . would go to a elasr of-men. who are not now any too, well paid and- it would be the means\" of getting 'and- keeping good men in the1 service, - :,' . : x On account of the winter marine at the Sturgeon Bay and Lake .Michigan Ship Canal it is really necessary that ■a crew \"be ready for work all th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 June 1914

I f f* - ! ’ ± THE STURGEbN BAY ADVOCATE, jtlN E 18, 1914. f STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Fire destroyed the large stable of Frank M. Hoyt at Oconomowoc, The loss will probably he $20/100, with partial insur­ ance. The fire is thought to have been caused by crossed wires. Petitions are being prepared to de­ mand. from the council of .Kenosha a special electioh to decide whether or not the saloon license is to be raised to $800 a year. It is now After completing fifty, years of con­ tinued service in the public schools, of La Crosse,' twenty years of which he, w as city'superintendent,. Albert Hardy has resigned from active service. Merlin Hull, speaker of the assembly during the last session of the legislature made a formal announcement on Thurs­ day of his candidacy for the republican nomination for governor with a- state­ m ent of his policies. T h e. total fire loss in Wisconsin for May was $721,150, as compared with $190,800 in May last year. The num­ ber of fires was. 277 as com...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 1$ 1914- THE SMOKE. Dove-winaed against a tender, turquoise sky, The white smoke flits, or through the lambent air \" Quivers to fading violet spirals fair Or shifts to gray, curled upward heavily It rises in strong, twisted columns high From grimy funnels, flecked with fit­ ful-flare . Or through the planks - of creaking bridged bare I t sifts a sinuous way to trail and die. The still, vast skies are background for its strife ’TIs like mai^s yearning, mounting from man's pain, Seeking the tranquil Heavens, waver- ingly • Earth's ceaseless clash and Clamor gives It life ' ’Tis like man's prayers, th at rise • from toll and strain, Trail, and are lost, in God's immen- / . sity. • X # u * S t r a p § o o h . A STOWAWAY The Boy Wfco Proved Himself “A True Englishman.” ■ ■ //■ / 'l X /‘Ay, ay, sir they’re sm art seamen enough, no doubt, them Dalmatians, and reasoh good too, seein’ they man half the 'Aukfcriari navy but they ain’t got the seasonin'...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 18, 1914- Sturgeon Bag advocate S in tered In th e Post-'ofllce a t S tu rg eo n B ay. W is.y a s seco n d -class m a tte r. P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rsd a y a t. S tu rg eo n B ay, AVIs. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : :O n e y e a r ............... . . . . ' . ...................$1.60 - S ix m o n th s ..........: ................................. 76 F o u r m o n th s ....................................... .60 T w o m o n th s .......................... 25 S in g le C o p ies..................■ ........ .... : . . . .06 T w o d o lla rs w ill bo c h arg ed If n o t paid w ith in th e y ear. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon- Bay, AVis., Juno ■ 18, 1914. Adlai Stevenson, vice president of tlie United States through the second Clove, ••land administration, died, in a Chicago hospital a t an early hour Sunday morning. Mr. Stevenson was 78,years .old and this age and the oppressive heht of last week contributed to 'the fatal te...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 June 1914

m ' u S : t THE SIUBGEON BAY ADVOCATE, jUftE 1^1914-4 LOCAL ITEMS. ,To Preach At L. S. Station.—Rev. N. P. Olmsted wUl preach at the life saving station' at the canal ilest Sunday at. 3:30 p. m. Advertised Letter List.—Following is the'list of uncalled for letters at the lo- . cal postoiBce.-r-Florence Beverly, Mrs. Jane Lackman, 'A. B. Morton, Edith Pe­ terson, Emeline Peterson, Edwin Peter­ son, Herman Stevens. The Weather.—During the past week we have had a variety of weather. Thurs­ day night there was a •'thunder storm Friday, Saturday,* Sunday -and Monday were fair and cool, and‘Tuesday and Wednesday were fair and warm. Parochial School Exerdises.—The (exer­ cises of the Parochial school will he held in the Opera House- this evening, June 18th, on which occasion a very interest­ ing program, will be rendered, consist­ ing of* drills, recitations, etc., participat-- ed in by pupils, of the-several grades. Council Meeting \" Postponed — The . meetings of the .council which...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 June 1914

- k ’ 7 ? 7 ' v THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE* JUNE 18, 1914. SU M M EB. Summer has come in her full dress ar­ rayed, . s And where did you. say she so long had stayed? . ■ •'. : She has been to the .south- fo r-h er , Tyrian dyes ' - ,The warmth of the summer in her color •. lies. . U . For'like, the wise king of the olden time She gathers her treasures' frbm every clime, ■ Though ne’er .was he, In his richest array Bedecked as young Summer is today. In the .green-room of Nature- she tar­ ries awhile,’ . . : ' To dress In the freshest, the latest,new style? i : tv Her robe is of blossoms,- so pink and ■ so white, . -.■■V'.v-- - - Her. pearls shine fair in their dewy light. W hile wreaths of wild roses: her halt . 7, V .adorn, ■ \" ?:..?7 . And a daisy-cliain on her neck is worn Her, singers are round her orr bush and - in tree, , - \\ ' And the air is filled with their: melody. She comes to the front, .’mid the fo ot­ lights fair, Which gleam in the grasses everywhere. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 June 1914

THE STURGEON / BAY ADVOCATE JUNE 18, 4914- Jam CMm aud gome. Xa A M eadow ., How m any a g ratefu l m ortal speaks his thanks ■ F o r such i a day as this? The rillet plays - Between a paradise of H illed' banks, _ Cool, sheltered by a million moving sprays, The early sw eets of life th a t long had been F org otten In the darkened days of pain Come back to give .old charm s to each new scene, And w ithered hopes like trees grow green again. blldm ost the leafage of the bending lane H alf hid in shade, h alf shining in the . sun, B um bles the heavy, rocking farm er’s w ain And a fte r it barefooted children run. T o cheer the wagoner, and reach the hay Plucked by the hedges, and old wo­ men s it . To k n it in silence, and to not aw ay The hours on cottage steps w ith moon lig h t l i t EGGS BY PARCEL POST. A System of Marketing That Offers Pos­ sibilities of Better Prices for The Producer and Fresher Articles For the Consumer. Washington, D. C., June 16.—That eggs can be marke...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 18, 1914- Don’t delay leaving your order for that tailor-made suit .which you want for the Fourth of July. We are shewing many samples of woolens for suits.tb order from $ 1 5 and upwards and guarantee every garment to be a perfect and give absolute satisfaction. ready to wear out £f stock $\"7 $1A SjQ $' on which we can save you from ■ I I 1 | | . 10 to. 20 per. cent , sold at one cash price.. * s I • f Hats* and Caps • ',y\\ ' ‘ ’ t n i D ® p fi Men’s & Boys’ 10c to $3 Shoes \\\\* ' - . ■ , t \"• TaSO COUNTY NEWS . . 70 BEBTTILU:. Martin Schmitz Passes Away. In tlie death of: Martin Schmitz Thurs­ day morning Boon after midnight, the .village • of. Forestville lost one b f ^ t f oldest and moat highly rcBpectgd-^citi- z'ens. - • Mr. Schmitz has becii^ailing for nearly a year past. Hewus\" obliged to retire from b u sin es^Ja^ summer on account of poor health, and since that time fail, ed slowly until death claimed him, si .that'his demise...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 June 1914

• • , • ■ .-oSC--'- \" ... •V. • I - ............' - V*' C , , . _ ■ : , / BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORE HEkS JOB WORK VOL. 53 NO. 13 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914. A YEAR MARINE NEWS While assisting to launch a lifeboat her hook outside of' this, port for a few ■during ft lire drill oii the steamer ' £■ M'. Jiours o h Thursday afternoon, while on Manitowoc Loses.Caisson. ■ The tug Manitowoc^ Capt. Alexander,, ■got caught in a heavy windstorm .off • Cedar Grove, near Sheboygan, on Thurs­ day night of last week, and lost one of the cement caissons she had in tow. • The Manitowoc .left Milwaukee .with two of the caissons in tow, when sud­ denly a tenifie storm came up when she was nearing her distination.. The wind and. seas drove-the tug and her tow toward the beach, and one of the caissons, filled and sunk in 24 feet of. water. The Manitowoc’ clung to the other and weathered the gale. The lost caisson was valued a t $2,500 and was to be used in the constructi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 June 1914

THE STURGEON B A * ADVOCATE, JUNE' 25, 1914. ^ S tu rgeon Hbvocate . U ntered in the Fost-offlce a t Sturgeon V B ay,,'V is., as second-class m atter. \\ Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: . One y e a r.. . ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . ...51.60 Blx m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . ................. F o u r m onths.................... .“0 Two m o n th s. .25 Single C opies. ................ .06 • Two dollars will be charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager., Sturgeon Bay, Wis., June 25, 1914. EDITORIAL THE K. P. CONVENTION. The thanks of the community is cer­ tainly due to the KiiightS.of Pythias of this city for their enterprise in inviting the grand lodge of the order to meet here. There are few people who realize ' what it means to a small organization like one of our local lodges to provide entertainment for a delegation of be­ tween 300 and 400 people. I t not only requires a lot of lab...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 25, 1914. ■A,. T H E VOICES OE T H E WOOD. JHe who In som e cathedral, g ray and old, H as cherished solem n reveries, knows the th rill W hich moves ■ my heart, in fo rest dim . and. still, ' U n til I long w ithin the shady wold To dwell, and nought beyond Its w alls behold, • S ave w hat som e'shifting, leafy opening w ill . D isclose of w aving grain, blue sky and hill, V illage h alf hid, or church spire tipped w ith, gold - W ith the half gloom of those v ast aisles Imbued, ■ L e t me forg et m yself -in reverie, • T ill sunlight by their shadow is sub­ dued, fi T he breeezes hushed by th eir solem nity And like m ysterious voices of the wood Religion, love or sorrow, speak to me. toil |U « U a n y . T o U E E i / i A c i r fT tell you I ’ll back my. bay mare Verdant any distance under a mile and a half for §1,000 against any living quadruped in the ' state. Now, then, money talks!” The speaker was a typical American “sport,” tall and w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 25, 1914. I PERSONALS Miss Sylvia Bebenu lins pone to Mil­ waukee to attend summer school. Miesdnmes G. Minor and A. Anderson spent Sunday and Monday at Green Bay. Miss Eulalia Keogh spent several days visiting with her sister 3Irs. Wm. Draeb at Kewaunee this week. Mrs. Joseph Campbell on Thursday took her departure for Wausau, where ehe will visit some with relatives. \\ '^ y Mi^s .Ruth Birmingham is visiting rela­ tives at Sheboygan for a tnonth“1iaving gone, to the. Chair City lari/week. Richard White and farpilyrof-Milwau­ kee arrived here the,, first of'’the week to spend the summer vacation, Frank Suthpr^ superintendent of the fishery, wpiri to Mariheite Saturday evening.,onbusiness for sevtral days. Ruth Birmingham is. visiting friends and relntivcs • at Sheboygan for few weeks, leaving here last Thurs­ day. Mrs. L. D. Smith returned home the first of the week from a visit with rela­ tives at Milwaukee the. past couple of weeks. ■ Mrs. E...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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