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

LOCAL pJ9GENERAL MARINE NEWS • Echoes Froip the Rouse Simmons. » Orders have been received from W ash­ ington by the revenue cutter Mackinac -stationed at , the Sob to* make, a .search •for the missing schooner Rouse Sim- -tnons, which some people seem to think might still be afloat froze in somewhere a t the lower end of the lake. Reports • -are to the effect th at . .the steamer will m ake a trip among the islands for the : .purpose, of dispelling this idea or find­ ing the craft. It is the opinion of m a­ rine , men here th a t the vessel went 'down in m id-lake. while attem pting to '•reach an east shore port' while running before the howling nortwester th at pre­ vailed on the night she is supposed to have foundered. They scout the idea of her being a t the foot of the lake, cit­ ing the fact th a t' from the, time the •craft left Mani3tique there was norther­ ly winds and the first day out would lave brought her, away from any of the -islands in th at vicinity, and if s...

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 December 1912

A CHAPTER ON WINTER ROADS. A. L. Hptdi Gives Bis Views on This Inter­ esting and Timely Topic, horses feet and loaded sled .runners, arid ■ the whole becomes as well nigh impass-1 able as it can The use of -the ‘ - TH E SURGEON’S F E E .' A surgeon in New Orleans is suing a rich patient for $20,000 for th e removal In: his report to the ' county-' board Comniisioner Wcllovcr recommends the use of a planker or smoothing device for snow roads. Discussed bv the high- ^way committee all agreed that no more practical method’ treating winter roads lias been suggested. The plau briefly is to use a plank or board drag some­ thing like that used by farmers . to smooth and level the surface of plowed fields, but modified soiliewhat in being quite smooth on the under surface in­ stead of corrugated as plonkers are us- \"'ually made'by lapping one plank on-an- other “clinker’ style. Another modifica­ tion would be a. dash board or sled run­ n er shaped front to enable the device to pass ...

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 December 1912

f , ’ ^ ' THE SITOGtalfBXYi’ADVOfcXTE, DECfcMBifll 19, 1912. OBS1SA SV23I.O TJB nZ O B T . One m arvelous night, a fte r ' th e m oon had s e t V i , ' -i A bove th e orien t plain s stretch ed east an d w est, S tealing like m yriad sen tin els fro m r e s t The,, s ta r s held heaven .with sw o rd s o f ' v lo je t ' ■■■■■’■■.\"■ s ’ A nd ■ gold a u ro ras shaped a coronet T he splendors of w hose arch in g fires caressed A child so ft-ly in g on a v irg in ’s b reast, \"Whose rad ia n t eyes th e lig h t unw onder- ■■ ing m e t ' . : O, star-w atch ed Child! O, K ing m agnifl- ?j 'C en t! ' \\ - T he w orld still listen s rap t, a s if to ■ h ear T he echoes of y o u r cradle-song th a t .fji -went ■' , ' \\ L eaping, in serap h s’ notes, fro m sphere to sphere, . A nd sees to-day, sp ite centuries' acci- . dent, - Y our eyes, divine a s w hen th ey lit ' ■ Ju d ea.'\"\" (9ur g o o h . A M teflTY o i DAftiNG BY HUGHIE DENESSEN Many years ago I waa trav...

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 — 19 December 1912

THE STURGEON CON B ^ ^ y |) C A » g ^ I E C B M » M ^ r ^ 6 ^ r ^ 'v j.,-'- ' , \\ K •• ' - ,] ^hej f t f ct yroi i gay* PERSONALS. iEtatered in'? the ^P6'sv6fnee \"Rt^'9'turgfion Bay, \" FRANK LONG. .33li P roprietor. PubUshedEvery ^Thureaay '^nt 'eturecon Bay. • RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. O ne y e a r ... .......... $1.60 S ix m o n t h s . . . . ' . ...................... .75 :P o u r m o n th s . ............................................... 50 \" T w o m o n t h s , ............... ........... . . . . . . . ' .25 S in g le c o p i e s . .......... .......................... .06 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 aid •w ith in th e y ea r. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. December 19, 1912. We wish yon a Merrv Christinas. . We call attention to Mr. Hatch's .ar tide on snow roads in this issue of th Advocate.: This is a timely topic and the winter roads are of much import ance, especially to the residents of the northern part of the county. Mr. Peffer, chairman of-the town o...

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 — 19 December 1912

Cound] Meeflng.'4-Tll!re w ill be , a neeting of iiie city council 'Monday eve- iing. ^ ’ . \\ fs , , , . L e tte r L ist.~ F ollow ing is thevxaSvir- Jaed. le tte r 'lis t: Fred-D otz, M ichael-G it ifd, Lous G erard,\" M rs. .Clara .Johnsbn, iu tji N ygard, M rs. M yrtle- R asj N ina Sanderson, J.Vinifred W ilson: v \" '' I n C ounty Court.—The only m a tte r lefore th e county court a t ’ th e term leld on T uesday afternoon w as the final settlem ent jui th e e sta te of. Chas. Du- ont. A ttorney. Bruem iner of K ewaunee vas in attendance a t th e session of the lourt to look a fter 1»3 client’s interest n th is case.v ..i, C hristm as Cheer.—W ho w an ts ■ to be Santa C laus':to someboily else?. Do you TOrit t o . m ake, some, little. -tpfcVor/sQme leedy fam ily happy, m ake tlseip feel th a t she w orld is gettin g b rig h ter anii b etter? if bo consuft w ith th e M otner^’ Club by a ilin g u p . either M rs. D. W . L ark in or VIrs. W . S. Reynolds fipr fu rth e r inform ...

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

TH$ STORGfeOBT BAY A BTOATT O f SArifTA C&AtJS Twas Christmas »eve. The /stcklngs yet Hung empty, gently swinging . Their signs to Santa Claim, \"To Let,\" ■Above the flre-logs singing. . Close by the chimney one small chap Sits while a tale of maybe Is told by mother in whose:lap Still wide awake is baby. \"Maybe,\" says dear mama, \"he’ll come ^Whlle yet the red Are lingers. And happy be, all cold and numb, TO stop and warm his fingers • And maybe he will say, ‘Because \"They left a good fire burning. I’ll be a-kind old Santa Claus, Thus good for good returning. And maybe then with silyer key HIb wondrous box unlocking, He’ll take out pretty girts till he Has filled up every stocking. Then up the chimney, back he’ll go ■O’er tree and roof and steeple, . Driving his reindeer through the snoW, iTo visit other people.” : V'\" ' ' . And so it was. \"When from .their beds. These little fellows hurried. With mother’s .story in their heads . And hearts,with,hopes all flurried, T...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 December 1912

THE STURGEON BAY AOYOCATE, DECEMBER.t9/l?i2. BO O M E H O U G H 2 0 1 IW O . A s I cam e Som e a t su n set. W histling' all. th e w ay, D r iv in g m y team and wagon. A fte r the w ork o f th e hay, B e a u tifu l J a n et F en ton S m iled m e a “H ow do you do? A nd, 1 said , w ith pride, “W ill you. take a ride? 'T h ere Is room enough fo r two.\" F or sh e had th e b lu e st ey e s , ' U n der her cu rls o f brown A n d th e n ea rest figure, dress'd I n a pale-blue printed gow n . . F r e sh , and trig , from h er h a t T o her p retty “N ew p ort shoe,” ' A n d I sa id w ith ' pride, ‘ W ill you take . a ride? . \\ _ T h ere Is room enough fo r tw o.” ' A g a in and a g a in w e m et A nd th e lik in g ev er grew, 'T ill, I d ea rly loved th e g irl, In h er m od est d ress o f blue. And I drove h er p a st m y hom e, A h d I sa id : “T h ough Its roonis b e few . I f you ’ll be m y bride, and ' s it . b y m y sid e. T h ere Is room enough fo r tw o.” '■ 'S h e answ ered: ...

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 — 19 December 1912

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 19, 1913. The cost of high living forbids the unnecessary: things and your friends welcome such gifts which they can use every a man or boy would like. g»piiraff»»WM Truhifa? $2.25 to $12.00. Handkerchiefs 5c— lOc-yl 5c—25c—45 c Extra Special! 25c Men’s All Linen H andkerchiefs at 2 0 c or 3 for 6 0 © iu X-nms Box. Neck Ties c All 50c Four-in- Hand ties including a and card 45c Knit Ties. 25c ties at Wo with Box and card. Sw eaters Men’s at 50c to $6.50 Boys’ at 37c to $2.00 The most useful gift of all. FREE GIFT To every,, person buying a suit or overcoat, whether men’s or boy’s. W e will give free a Fur Cap Hat or Cloth Cap with every Men’s or Boy’s Suit or Overcoat. The better , the coat or .suit the better the gift. No better gift for the auto driver, and the price is, within ' your feach— 9 5 c to $ 4 .0 0 Cloth ■ Caps 25c to $1.50 Stiit ■ ! Gases M $1.20 to -- _ $8.00 ■ First-quality—-the kind sold for $2.25 -our price $1.99. CLO T...

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

V O L . 51. N O 40 ST U R G E O N BA Y . W IS., T H U R S D A Y . D E C E M B E R 26 1912. $1.50 A Y E A R STORY OF SIMMONS DISASTER. Captain ol* Two Rivers Life-Saving Station Tells Part Taken in Alfair by ' His Crew. W e herew ith publish th e first likeness : : of th e ill fated schooner Rouse Simmons, . which it is now certain w ent to th e bot- tom of ta k e M ichigan w ith her crew of : ! fourteen m en on th e nigh t of November : , 23d .' There has been m uch published of a sensational n atu re in regard to this trag ed y of. th e lake, th e m ost of which has n o t th e semblance of sense or tru th . V C apt. George E. Sogge o f th e Two Rivers life-saving sta tio n w rites the Advocate a s follow concerning the p a rt his crew ' : took in th e search fo r the sch oon er:. , “P erm it m e to give a few reasonable \\ opinions w ith regard to the loss of the jL'\", schooner Rouse Simmons of which so much lias beifn said of late. A s I and m y crew did our very best to locate a...

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

TH E STURGEON’ BAY ADVOCATE, DECEM BER 26, 1912. [Harper's Magazine} NEW YEAR S TO TWELFTH-NIGHT. New* Yours Day! 'There is but one gether w ith the consuls, during th e 're - step from the grave to the g av the ligious solem nity, offered th e it vows for dirge o f the parted year h a s-h ard ly vthc. prosperity of the em pire and the' faied from our\" ears and we ate. call- .emperor, a fter , having tak en an oath - ed upon to greet his new-born successor, of allegiance, and confirmed all public Like the Cham berlain of Louis XIV.. acts done by him in the preceding vear.” who, breaking his staff of office, pro tifiunced, \"The K ing is dead,\" and then Seizing another wand and waving it over his .'h ead , exclaimed, “Long live the K ing!\" so it ever is w ith a p a rt­ ing and a coming year. F or m any centuries there w as n o -a- • .grcem ent in regard to the , day upon which th e year should begin. . The Chi- . . nes’e and most of the Indian nations - commenced it. w ith the fi...

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 — 26 December 1912

'v, * ' / THE STURGEON BAYADVOCATE, DECEMBER 26, 1812. , -. 'f* '' ' o f sm all loosely piled stones th rough th e are flurrying against capture-^-but Huhr ! crriyices ’Of'w hich \"th'ewitriT of-'the north tying ,-of course, to no’ purpose. xn or n o v m skat’s nuns. There’s the kiss pressed on th e lips of ■'■■{{. the child,. /.. ^ ■.-..■j. • Of lovers w hen p artin g a t n ig ht \" T he Kiss of m other our sorrow s be- . guiled, ■' ‘V ’ M aking th e face cheery and b r i g h t ’. T he kiss, so . silly, o f g irls who meet, •. •' W ho so blissfully kiss in lieu . ’ B u t the kiss th a t la sts and m akes' life : ,-r sw eet, . ■ - I s th e kiss o f the wife, th a t’s true. - - .. s - • K isses in kinds as countless as sands— . '■■' O f'frien dsh ip, b etrayal, deceit .The kiss on th e eyes, the forehead and: '■ hands, ‘ • The kiss th a t is aw kw ard and\" neat : The kiss th a t’s given— the one we steal. The k is s -th a t aw akes u s all through B u t the sw ee...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 December 1912

THE STURGEON BAY yU^OCATE, DECEMBER 26, 1912. Entered in the Post-office at Sturgeon . Bay, AVIs., as second-class matter. ■FRANK LONG.’ Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon : Bay, Win. , RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. ., . . . . . . . . . . . . ’.......'$ 1 .6 0 Six m onths..:....................... .................. 75 Four m onths.... ........... .60 Tw o months. 26 Single copies. ...............................05 Two dollars will be charged if not .paid within the yean 5 Sturgeon Bajp Wis., December 2.0, 1012. We wish to express our appreciation of the favori* shown during tho past year by our:'friends and subscribed, and heartily extend to oacli and every­ one ot them, as well as those who are not on the subscription list, our' most sincere wish ftira Happy and Prosperous New Year. *' Before another edition of. this .paper, reaches our, subscribers the year 1912 will have been only a memory. To some -'it has brought happiness, while tcf others it h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 December 1912

THE STPRGEOW tiA ? l&VOCA’tE, DECEJfflBER :2 ® i i LOCALTTEMS. Behind. Time.—Owing to -celebrating Chriatmas on[\" Wednesday the Advocate came out'-Thufsday afternoon, ami there­ fore mlsged all Out o f t h e ’ci t y *m a tls: i / IMvof fed.—I t is announced • in a dis­ patch from M arinette :.tha£. Mrs. ^Ger­ trude ‘.Zettel liad bOen granted a di­ vorce from Joseph Zettel with jjermiss- •ionj to return' to lief\"^id efc bhm e^ ■ Cleaning the Grove.—Miss Ruth Allen having the-grove on G rant' street / and DetVey avenfie, owned by her. trim- ' mjed and the underbrush .taken out, which will greatly improve and beautify the premises, yhe work is being done, by Albert W right. . .-/V- In £ounty Court-—The only m atter ibefore the county court on Tuesday - was the final settlement' in : the estate of .Caroline:. Bosman.. Judge Delios today issued a. special perm it for the marri- • age o f Otis vGosrud and Alias Luella Olsoivof Sturgeon Bay town.. /' Marriage Licenses/-AOtto...

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

THE StPSOEON *AV, ADVOCATE, DECEMBER^ 1912. \" ' ■’: ........ w m b i i u m . The.harp that’s now silent may waken . ,• a strain, .' The lips that are mute yet.eloquence . thrill: ' , , \" v : *-f.- The rainbow appears with each warm, summer rain, : - The warm heart, though bleeding keep i. beating on still. • . v. . . - The bright summer sun, may illumine ■ the day. The pale silvery moonbean in beauty - at night . They come and they go, but remain not ■ aw«y, ' • The . stars*’keeping watch from -their ' , blue vaulted height. T he1 summer and autumn and winter may reign, - The blossom s bloom yearly and birds sweetly sing 1 •••. ■ They’re coming .and going toj cone back :: -: ^VA,again, ' ■ • w : ■*”' v ^ L ,, V.j When cold jwihter •dies Ih.embHtceE of. • • spring.\" *V ? But when mortalsWe'JoVeaiid reverence ■ here Pass on fr^m our presence returning no m ore ' ... \\ W e ask^viiy Oi.ey never again re-appear,' To^teil w hfreitiiey,'dw ell on thtit far distant shore....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 December 1912

•‘ l ^ \" t ^ , 'T : K ' . ' ‘'.'-f t} .' - THE STURGEON PAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 26, 1912. Jam,* ®imlc» m \\ gtomr. SUP]B’S SIEIOH BXDS. When Touth was driving out one day, ' Up hill in Father Time’s old sleigh, 1 He found the pace prodigious- slow1, ' -? And loudly told the driver So. •‘For pity’s sake, Pop Time,\" he said, “ Do give that, horse of yoiir’s his head Then introduce him with the whip. Tell him, ger lang/and let him rip.” Some scores of years passed by, and then The Touth drove out with Time, again B ut now, he was a-youth no more, : B ut something over several score. As Father Time with caution went Adown the hill of life's descent. “Hold! hold!” the old man cried, aghast, •‘W hat makes you drive so precious - .}']■ \" 'fast? To use up horse-flesh thus in waste . Besides, I see no need for haste. I f you attem pt 40 drive much faster We’ll surely meet with some* disaster.” Old Father Tlnie: looked round and smiled. '/. ■ •. • |*‘Tls always thus. At first the chil...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 December 1912

THE STURGEQN BAY ADVOCATE, i)ECEM BER 26, 1912. Aeeome a Oocfor of Chiropractic. Th® Greatest Drugless Science of the Age. ’ T he M ilw aukeh College o f C h iro p ra c­ tic With its faculty o f reg u larly licensed ■ ph ysicians an d e x p e rt ch iro p ractic, of­ fers a m ost th o ro u g h a n d com prehen- fuvfe^epufsb iii thiB w o n d erfu l science. W c h tk ch th e inost m o d e rn m ethods of sp in al ad ju stm en t. New class sta rts first w eek in .J a n u ­ ary . E n ro ll Uo*v. W e have locations w aiting fo r y ou. - . A ddress th e '.college,\" 400 Caswell Bldg., M ilw aukee, W is, 12-I0:3t \" W I E ' 1,. W I S H I ' $ 0 3 S T H ! ^ . 3 S T 3 D v H A P P Y ZESTEW \"3f E A B Phone 14. COMING SOON H1IFD DOCTORS SPECIALISTS / J , W ILL AGAIN B E B E ' '/ r STURGEON BAY, WIS. WALDO HOTEL S aturday, Ja n . 4th / H o u r s - 1 0 A. M. to B P : M : / / Remarkable Success ®f. T hesoT al- euted P hysicians in the Treat* h . ment of Chronic Diseases. CONSULTATION FREE • j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 January 1913

v o l . 51. n o . 4i , STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1.913 .. $1,50 A YEAR to Passes Away at His Home Friday Morning After a Lengthy Illness of Bright’s Disease. ■ A Pioneer Resident and Newspaper Man. A Sketch of H is Life as an Early Settler, a Useful Citizen, Fearless A} - Editor and Christian Gentleman. j b p o t anil Klioc business on his ow n a c ­ count u n til life retired, in 1872. . , F rnnk 'L o n g : .received his early edu ration al train in g a t the p arochial.school of F ort \\V aytie, Ind., and su b seq u en tly attended'sthe public schools o f Sturgeon Bay. ' b u t a t th e age o f fourteen, lie began h is new spaper career a t th e fo o t of th e ladder, as “devil” in th e office of th e Sturgeon Bay: A dvocate. I t w as a m onth before th e m a t issu e appeared, and by th a t tim e F rank/learned q u ite a little ab ou t \"slinging\" typ e, a t which B y R e v . W . H . V o s le r . On F rid ay m orning la st there passed t o h is rest one w h o ha...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 January 1913

P S THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 2, 1913. One of the G overnm ent’s Oldest r \\ . D ep artm en ts. BenjamlnFranklin's Idea Started Cus-. tom—rWhlle In England as Agent - for Pennsylvania He Sent 1 Home Silkworm Eggs. W ashington.—Every time the sug­ gestion is made In congress that Uncle ' Sam r should not distribute seeds, a huge protest is raised in every cor .'ner of the land. it comes, from the :city as well as the farm, and no law­ m aker who values his job has the te­ rn e r ity to g o beyond making the sug­ gestion that the government practice of distributing seeds shall be curtailed The country demands free seed. The present plan of seed distribu­ tion had its origin back In 1743. In . that year the British parliament, grant­ ed $600,000 to prom ote the cultivation of indigo and other crops in the Amer- • Jean colonies, and the assemblies of ■ various colonies appropriated small sum s from tim e to time to encourage .the cultivation of plants new to this -count...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 January 1913

c i f t % J a n u a r y ‘ * i____________ / * •* % »s . ' •'*■= \\ BBAITDHCE . He wa« b«peIy two and twenty, :' -She wasonly seventeen /■'-.-■■:■ , • -'•/H ejnu baddltv hope and plenty. ' She wa* graceful aa a queen.' He had ordinary features, (AnunusUal affair.) She the daintiest of creatures. Was possessed of golden hair. . He beheld her and was captured. She admired his manly style: Heyrofeased himself enraptured.'. In a very little while. pShe responded to him shyly, ■ Love she hardly knew as yet, ’ For Dan Cupid’s very wily ‘ In the way he spreads bis nett- He full often went t woo her, , . Several times within a week. And would whisper gently to her ’■ • Those soft nothings lovers speak. She would harken to him gladly, (Just as iraidenB always do.) He declared he loved her madly, ' \\ Which was likely very true., He along the lane was straying, . /. (An occurrence undesigned!) .. She was there engaged in Haying, (Quite promiscuously mlrid I) While Ajoollo, in ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 January 1913

. __________ THE STURGEON BAY-, ADVOCATE, JANUARY 2, ,1913. ' Entered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as second-class matter. Dudley - S. . Ldhg, Business Manager. Published Every T h u rsd ay 'at, Sturgeon Bay, Wls. R A T E S O F SU B SC R IPT IO N . • One y ear. ............ i . . . . . . . $1.50 Six months. . ................... .75 Four m onths. ........... .50 .'Two m onths... . . . . ........: . . . . . , .25 Single copies. . ................ .06 Two dollars will be charged if -not paid ■within the year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., January 2, 1913. '.! To chronicle the passing away of a dear friend is always a sad task. When th at : friend is also a near relative, with whom you, had daily associations,‘from ■ whom you had always sought adyice, and for whom you had the greatest love and respect, this task becomes in­ finitely more sad and hard to undertake. To draw the line between what you wish to, and feel should be said and what natural- modesty forbids you to. say,'...

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