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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 June 1914

THE STURGEON,.BAY ADVOCATE, JUKE.’25, 1914. I LOCAL ITEMS. The public -library will close at eight o'clock during the months of-July and August, every evening excepting Satur­ day, when--it, will keep open as usual until nine. ■ Sunday Papers --Sunday papers are brought in on the train from Green Bay and the daily Chicago papers are receiv­ ed here at noon of the-day of. publica- tion since the inauguration of the “Cher- - ryland Special.” . ....... Auto Delivery.—Heijry Hahu-has pur­ chased an auto truck-for use in his fur­ niture and fruit business^ and. isi thus keeping abreast'of the timesi ' Horse­ flesh has lost .hone of- its: charms for him, however, Woman’s Misioiiary, jSociqty.— The Woman’s Missionary Sp^iety of the Con­ gregational ■ church wiily hold their an­ nual' meeting with AIte!-N. P. Olmstead on Tuesday, June 30th. All members are urged to be, jheseht. - Advertised Letters .Listhr-Fpllofving is the list of uncalled for letttos at the Id­ eal postiffice:...

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 — 25 June 1914

■XT- THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 25, 1914. § w W ?S ' ■•••â–  s u m m e r . ■ L o n s sunny days, that know yourselves • . . so fair, Y e w ill not cease but linger, linger, on. T ill dark-browed Biffht' bids y e sham e be gone : - And does the w an moon’s: sov-'reignty 'd ecla re—- • - / v , - ? 7 Long .joyous days, that wake w ith balmy ■ air, - ' . . - V -'y 7 i And ceaseless chirp o f birds, and buz­ zin g drone . . .. 7 i 7'__ Of insects, fragrance o f t h e h a y now- inowp \\ 7: ■ /■ ' V And scen t o f roses, roses everyw here— H ot sleepy noons, when e’on -th o quiet drip , , ■■ : ' O f fountains ceases and the river’s flow Grows slu g g ish ’neatli the su n ’s resist-. • le ss rays— And restfu l evening when the d aisies dip , • T h em selves in dew, and d o s e their eyes .and, go To sleep.. Oh.'-welcome-, welcom e, sum - ' tner days! ,. Our Siooh. BY KEV. B- E . JOHNSON f-.* ' When I was a boy,: a good lhaiiyyyears ago, we Jived in a , smair two hund...

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 — 25 June 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 25, 1914. 'ftmu $imUn ami |£umte. OHS BPKMEB MOEW. A dewy meadow stretched away . At cloudless dawn of summer day. , I trod a winding path well-worn. The while a lark woke up the corn That dropped, close by, its tassels gay. My 'feet the pastures fain would stray. F or X knew who always came that way ■ W ith m ilking' pails, a t early dawn of summer morn. ’Tis brightest light in the dawning gray And a quick tattoo the white stream s How thla tell-tale tints her cheeks adorn But she does not toss her head in.scorn A t me, w hat words we twain did say, One summer morn. IIOKEH 01 FORAGE, CROPS. WHY WE SHOULD GROW ALFALFA. If one should come and tell you of a crop which -is furnishing $45 gross rev­ enue per acre on many farms, of which not. more than half of this is required for the operating expenses, and that 50 per cent, of the gross receipts can be called profit,, and that this same crop not only turns in as much net as the average gross income o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 June 1914

S/tv -/ k THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 25, 1914. -it : x DiJ you see the White Felt Hat worn so much by Men, Boys and Ladies? and ^ 1S a reSu^ r ^ $1.00 Value Our price H A T If C A Other Hats Value founts. A One Price Store. Cash Store where your dollar is er and brings more, store that wants your trade, , n and Caps 25c, O to $3.00. For Dres«* and Hot Weather we are show­ ing a complete line of Soft Collar Shirts, 50c to $150 Patent Sleeve Shirt 5 0 c v-f. Special lot Lof. Working Shirts 39C Men’s Dress Shoes g 150 to 6 00 o E S Men's Elk Shoes 105 to 2 75 Men’s Mule- Skin Shoes 150 Men’s Work'lng Shoes 2.19 to 3.15 Boys’ Shoes COUNTY NEWS participant -WAuld reap a sense of pride and satisfaction that: would be lasting. DETROIT HARBOR. Strawberries, are beginning to ripen arid the prospect is 'good for a prolific crop.' . Rev. and Mrs. J. D. McElroy returned last Friday from a visit to their old home * and parents a t Pardceville and will take lip their work with renewed ener...

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 — 2 July 1914

BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERS NEAT JOB WORK AT THIS, *CE A YEAR STURGEON BAY, WIS., -THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914. VOL. 53 NO. 14 MARINE NEWS .xraras o f x o c u nrsrsBESv. Among th.e strange'launches in 'p o rt during tlie’ week were the-'KfHUrney'and As You Like It. ( ' ■ : The steamer C. H. Green ‘ and consort Our-gon were among the strangers 'to pass,thru the. bay, on her way south on Saturday. ,, , The steamer Addie Wade, Gapt. Le- mere,-passed thru the hay 'on her way. north Tuesday afternoon, ■ having on hoard a merry-go-round outfit. ‘ , Work on the fishing tug Cuckoo* was ■completed ^aturdayj.^hen she ,\\yos„tdisy charged from the shipyard 'arid TM t'for the east shore of Lake Michigan. * Considerable, work is being, done on the topsides of the barge Redferin a t the shipyard while the vessel is lying in or­ dinary, and'when, she goes into commis-- ■sion again she will be in excellent shape. The scow Rip Rap was loaded with stone to the Green quarry the latter part of th...

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 — 2 July 1914

Sturgeon Hfrvocate Bntered In the Post-offlce at • Bay, Wis., as second-class end cost tlie taxpayers large This covers practically all the pinnies irom D em g correct us cuuiu oe imagined, in the platform. If they appeal to you Idle gossip can hurt a city government it is your duty to support the candi- as well as a private individual. Say a EVerSa?.h^fsday RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: year ............. . . . . |1 iih o t i wilV be i»tlDLEY S. LONG, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., July 2, 1014. EDITORIAL THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. platform a t held in M Republican to tlie first time in fourteen years. In the district the Democrats elected a man positively op­ posed to /th e President on his toll re- VERY CONSIDERATE. • Women from all over the county held a club pow-wow in Chicago recently and their president suggested th a t these lofty and annotated personages take steps to ''elevate” conditions in rural life. One of the suggestions was the The tic k e t r ___adopted’ __________________________ ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 July 1914

:HY: THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 2, 1914 . “■•7! f STATE NEWS IN BRIEF There was 800 delegates attended the •Christian Endeavor held a t Madison last week. Henry Shaade and son,- age 12, were \"killed a t Abbottsford during the cyclone last week. • Henry Graff, 20 years old, was drown* ■ -ed in the rapids in Chippewa river, below Eau Claire, while swimming. While removing nails from a board W alter Allie of Two Rivers w as struck h y a nail which caused the removal of the eye. ' . ■ ■ - . . ' ■ . Fire On Friday: destroyed -the big -auditorium building a t Deperc known as Cook’s opera house. The loss is $8,000, with insurance of Joseph Timler, 30 years old fell into ai vat of sulphuric acid a t the Oconto Falls paper mills. He died a t Oconto hospital. He was married. Isaac T. Bishop of Somers, for eight years state senator ' from the Rricine Kenosha' district, announced on Thurs­ day that-he will retire from-pplitics at the end of the,present term. A fter a continuous...

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

t h e STURG EO N B a y ADVOCATE, JU L Y 2, 1914. | PERSONALS 1M Ben. Hopp o f M ilwaukee arrived here th e first of th e w eek and is v isitin g relatives. . / Louis A . Larson is . confined to his hom e and, bed w ith a severe atta ck of inflam m atory rheum atism . M rs. Saralv W orley and daughter Ida spent Sunday a t Green B ay bn a v isit w ith Mr and Mrs. Cameron. • . • Mr. and M rs. Ed. Burr le ft Thursday. afternoon'T or a short visifi/syith rela­ tiv e s and friends a t M anitow oc and, B acine. ■ / M iss E lla Keogh leaves^ tom orrow fo r Eau' Claire to attend th e convention :of p o sta l clerks, wliich will hold a session in thaft city . ■ - M rs. John Perry and children returned ’ hom e' from D aggett, M ich., T uesday evening after a couple of w eek s v isitin g w ith relatives. , v'U r. J. C. M urphy of B ru ssels'w a s in th e city oii Thursday la st, haying, brought- a patient to th e hosp’ta l here' to be operated upon. , . ■ : Mr. and Mrs. I. .Brandeis and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 July 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE^ lilLY 2, I914.'v ( LOCAL ITEMS. 1 . '* Marriage Licenses.—County Clerk La Plant within the week issued a marriage license to John Harry Fairchild and Martha Loque. Barber Shops to Close.—The barber shops of the city will be closed oh the Fourth of July all day, so if you. want to look nice\" and .clean get around Fri­ day evening. Woman's Club' Picnic.—Members of the Woman’s Club and - families on Thurs­ day held a picnic at Idlewild, there be­ ing'in the neighborhood of 100 that par­ ticipated in the \" •/ More Rain.—It' is ah easy matter for it to rain evidently, and to keep up its reputation for a wet month June \"went out weeping Tuesday evening and night. Fish Creek Man Fined.—Herbert Nel­ son, of Fish Creek was on Tuesday ar-. rested by Sheriff Miller on complaint of Frank Root, charged with assault. He w as,brought before Justice Reynolds, where he plead guilty and was fined $1 and costs, aggregating $36. Pai^. Blocked, Sewer.—The seYbr on' the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 July 1914

3® W^ V , , . THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY V 1914. t o c t w . W E AND T H E W O B M .. Tlie world is the sam e the whole world - .over, . Ill overv country arid every cliino, Men lovo beauty and bees love clover. Ami will, to th e 'd is ta n t end of • time. The world is the sam e old w orld forever There’s Joy in tru th m id th ere’s pain in. vice The fru it forbidden \\ye taste and sever Our hold on earth ’s pure paradise. The w orld’s today Is the w orld’s to­ m orrow ,' And both sh all be our yesterday O ur joy and grief, our love, and sorrow, Like our fath e r’s thoughts.' sh all pass away.. T here’s nothing new . ami there’s noth­ in g olden, , ■ • • ■ .. Each day Is born on the m orn’s fresh O ur h e a rts have m usic sw eet and .goldeti Q r discord, ju st ns we touch life’s strings. .. ' - ill INDtPOBESGE PliDDll A STORY OF A FOURTH OF JULY ■ D1XXER. BY T. C. HAKBAUUH . It was tlie rnrest of, summer days, and the wind that lazily stirred tlie leaves of tlie tree...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 July 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 2, 1914. ■n ^atm and Stonw. , THE SHOOK. . U nder . th e tre e s th e brooklet giies. W inding ab o u t like a silv e r th read : A nd the g reen est g ra ss Js th a t w hich grow s , i On eith er side of a m ossy bed. C lu sterin g wildflowerB w hisper. Stay! S tay!! nod th e fern s arid, ru sh e s tall B u t the brook keeps b ravely on its w ay A nd ta rrie s not, though it blesses a l t H a stin g along w ith a p leasan t song. Stony and rough though th e road m ay be To th e riv e r broad and the riv e r strong, T h a t w ill b ear it on to the b rig h t blue sea. Oh, little brook, I travel, too, . ' O ften flow ers by th e road I ’ve found B u t a b roader riv e r m eets my view, 'A nd a v a ste r ocean lies beyond. A nd Ju st a s you do hourly d rift N earer th e c u rre n t th a t jo in s the' m ain. So. X, th ro u g h the riv e r d a rk an d s w itt M y fu llest, hap p iest life m u st gain. B e m y p a tte rn , O sp ark lin g rfll. S catter...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 July 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 2, 1914. . ^ 5 MEN’S WOOL SUITS $ in Good Hard Cash Suits to Order $15.00 and Upwards B o ys9 Suits from $1.50 to $ 10 .0 0 O ur Store W ill Close A ll D ay the 4th of J u ly 3B H 3 O u r S to re ^ O p en ■ F rid a y A f te r S u p p e r , C lo s e d th e 4 th o f July: COUNTS NEWS i ^ order now. r.y growing DETROIT HAAb OB. \"Strawberry picking is Jiri o: blit there are few 'in strawbens .-.here.'' c V v ■ , ,D..’P. Kincaide,', assistant /keepW on Racine reef, was jibmeNm^furlough'VQ- • coritly. ■ ^ .JVe notice some places the o at crop Cbjcago '. lias become very\"' rusty owing to the excessive amount.of -rain, « v Leonard Knudson ■ has purchased -an automobile and expects it to arrive here in the early part of next week. The Neritii is making regular trips to Detroit Harbor how, and- people -along the county, bound for Washington Island find it a very great convenience to hot have to go via Escanaba to get here. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Jensen, ...

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 — 9 July 1914

BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERS 70RK - AX TH IS.O m CE VOL. 53 NO. 15 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, JULY 9. 1914 $1.50 A YEAR Sit MARINE NEWS ' X T E H S O F .X iO C A Z ZZTTEXZST. The steamer Addie Wade was in port for a couple of days before and after the Fourth. There was no labor performed at the shipyard. from Friday evening until Mon­ day. mOming, The government steamer Hyacinth lay in port from Friday evening until Mon­ day morning, being in this vicinity on. on e’of- her periodical trips to supply the lighthouses. - The big hydraulic sand.-sucking'steam­ er Hydro passed thru here on her way to and from Gredn Bay (during the week, going north - Thursday 'and back again Friday. ' . ..V • ' The fishing-tug Elsie M., of Kewaunee Capt. Chas. Allen, arrived in port W ed­ nesday, and is a t the shipyard, where she is to have some minor repair w ork done on her during the n ext'few days. •Â» The tug C has.M . H ytell w as - discharg •ed- from the shipyard Friday inorriing and the ...

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 — 9 July 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JOLY 9, 1914 ^ Sturgeon JSav? advocate Published Evsi-v Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, N'is. ' - ' Entered in the Post-office at Sturgeon Bay, AVIs., as second-class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year. ........ .... Blx months.. . . . . ............... ... Four m onths.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .V.. Two mont hs. . . . . . \" — - - - - - Single Copies.. . . . . . . $1.50 .75 .60 .25 .05 Two dollars ’wuV be charged if not paid w ithin.the year. • • DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager,. Sturgeon. Bay Wis., July 9, 1014, EDITORIAL ■ 1 A marriage in July- will stick just as ■■■.■ tight. “Ill resign' wlicn I die,’’ says Huerta. Post mortem activity. , ■ A dollar’ kept in this town is -worth two 'across the county line. Buy it nt home, use it a t home and your'momjy stays a t home. 'Think'first of the home. Even the vice presidency has its haz­ ards. Congress is. to give Tom Marshall an automobile. • Don’t quit swatting the fly, just be­ cause th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 July 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE* JULY 3, 1914.. SPENDING BEFORE HIVING, lira . Jairtfcson .was calling upon Mrs. :- \\\\?hitney,. anil being a v6ry intimate friend, was asked to go up stairs to Mrs. W hitney’s sitting-room, where th at lady was very busy assisting her dress mak- ' er. v After the compliments of the meeting .Were exchanged,. Sirs. Jameson took a Beat, but immediately started -up with the rapturous exclamation, “W hat a lovely color!” and rushed toward the ('i dressmaker, who shrinkingly held out for her inspection the dress upon which, ehe was putting the finishing touches. Then followed more exclamations, and the dress- was designated by -the three women severally as “sweet,”, “splendid,” .. and “elegant,” besides a score of other epithets, equally enthusiastic and su perlative. . Some time elapsed before this effer­ vescence of delight was exhausted, and then came the great question of cost \" for Mrs. Jameson and Mrs. W hitney \". were .both in but moderate circumstanc...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 July 1914

'THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,, JULY 9, ,1914 CPERSONALS Sherwood Toolicy of Green Bay is spending his vncation with Mr .antLMre. Fred. Ludlow. • • ■ ■ : .. Sirs, Jerry LegHse and daughter of Green Bay is spending the week visiting relatives here. y •*'. Mr. and Airs. Chas. Wondrasck of Al' goma spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in this city, V A baby boy arrived at the home f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Graham an WedijeW day evening of last week. , . \\ George Lovelace arrived from Fond du Lac Saturday to spend a couple of weej^ji vacation with his wife and • friends. ' Mire. Julia Gray and Mrs. Albprt Grei\\ sen- spent a couple of days visiting friends at Green Bay within the^weekl Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lawrence arrived from Milwaukee SaturdajKmorning ’anfi are visiting with relatives during their vacation p c r io d ^ ^ \\ H. C. Wflfihnann arrived, from Gre?n Bay Mopday and is spending, the week lookjrigafter his insurance business in its locality. • : to Miss Laura Poppendtfrf of M...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 July 1914

THEiSTUBGEON BAY 'ADVOCATE. JULY ?, isiT: \" | LOCAL ITEMS. Train Crowded.—-On the morning of tffe Fourth the train •was crowded with passengers who came up here to'spend the day or were starting on their vaca­ tion. ’ Buys Farm Property.—D. W. Larkin within the week purchased one of the Mrs. Liebstickel forties, the deal having been made thru the Door Gounty Land Co. Ho Delivery the Fourth.—The rural carriers made no delivery on the Fourth, Unclej Sam holding that they are entitl­ ed to the privilege of observing th a t day as well as other folks. -Marriage Licenses.—Only one license was . issued this week by the county clerk/ being th at of Henry Osby of Sturgeon Bhy' town and Loretta Rohan of Nasewajupee. . Advertised . Letter : List-—Letters -ad­ dressed to -.the following' remain unde­ livered/in tlie.'local postoffiee:—Florence Jeffery* Ed. ’Minwer, Jean Manny, Inga Peterson, P. F. Thomas, Mrs.' John . Yon­ kers.' :/■ / :/ - they will not have to\" wade \"thru sand to g...

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 — 9 July 1914

What wonia-ghc nor iO lii I ‘i lllco to b e a b ir d ie Jn a : tre e , - J u s t to s in g m y p r e tt y s ig n s s o f u l l ^ : o f ' g l e e , - V . - ? : , J u s t 4 o s w in g a n d s in g u p o n th e -m a p le ' 1 b o u g h s , ■•'■. ' ..'A -.!' -:. W ith a c u n n in g l i t t l e b lr d ’s - n e s t f o r m y .-.house! . v O h ! I'll lik e to b e a s q u ir r e l o n a w a ll, . ’W ith f o u r n im b le l i t t l e f e e t t h a t w o u l d - n 't l e t • m e f a ll J u s tv to c h it- c h a t, c l a t t e r a l l th e d a y . W h ile I h id m y l i tt l e w in te r ’s s t o r e ■ ■ , a w a y . ■ B u t— th e b ir d ie s fly a w a y w h e n w i n t e r c o m e s ■ ■- A n d th e s f iu ir r e ls s e e k th e ir co z y h o m e s, A n d i f I w e re b ir d o r s q u ir r e l— te ll m e t r u e — ■ . . \"W hat d o y o u . th in k m y d e a r m a m m a w o u ld d o ? Which Was the Bravest BY W ILLIAM HENRY SH ELTO N Tlie affairs of the small village of Bound Hill...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 July 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JW*Y 9, 1 9 1 4 , \"OOD BLESS THE DEAR SAND OP OUS BIRTH.” A ll hall the dear Flag, that w e love with a love v. ' . ” • That shall ever Increase with each • year! We rejoice as w e look where its folds wave above, A s new stars in its blue sky appear. Every star in Its splendor is tastin g a' ray That is felt by the nations of earth And shall teach, from their cradles, our children to pray— \"God, bless- the dear land of our .birth 1” * \"t ' —By George Birdseye. Jarm Sawlen and THE LATE CULTIVATION OF CORN. ^ The success of tfie corn crop often de- '-pdnds on the treatment the plants re- ■ ceiveafter wheat and- hay harvest,. The pressure' of . work at this period is such that-the coi-h^m. sometimes neglected. And this is the Trine- when the/require* ments of the corn phuitfqv moisture, are most exacting-. The days are^lqng and hot, and the plant is making its .iuost rapid growth. If the soil conditions ftt-W right, the' corn’ will grow wery rapidly. : ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 July 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY S, 1914 K.& S. K. & S. I Blouse Blouse TAPELESS BLOUSE ATENTED This is the perfect Blouse for the boy and costs no more kind—White, Blue patterns. Ian, COUNTY NEWS S U X S O K BAT. Mrs. John Gename Dies Mrs. John:Gename died a t her home here Friday, the 3rd inst., after a lin­ gering illness. She had been ailing for ,] a long time, but not until . about two weeks ago was she compelled, to take to her bed. The cause of death was an ' affection of the head and heart trouble. Afts. Gename was formerly Miss Au­ gusta Pfile and was born in Germany, May 19, 18.-57, thus making her 57 years, 2 months and 15 days old at the time • of death. In 1876 she She joined in holy wedlock to John Gename, which union was blessed by eleven children, five of whom and the jfatheij being left, to mourn her loss. The children are Ben jamin and Arthur of Chicago nnd Henry, Fred and Jennie of Ellison Bay.. The funeral was held in the Lutheran V church on Sunday, Rev...

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