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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 13, 1914. Jam 6a*tlett and gam*. StTBB ABD BLOW. I m et once -on a sum m er day Beside the village’s highw ay ' One who, w ith eyes filled w ith tears, Sighed, W hat avail have been life’s years? . / Tve neither house, nor lands nor gold, I ’m penniless and 1 am old. W hile ’round me everyw here I see My neighbors th ru ty a s can be.’’ \"Arid w hy?” I asked. H e raised his head And w ith a volce of sadness said, \"I le t th e golden m om ents pass T ill opportunities, alas. W e re ,lo st—lo st ne’er to come again The-'thought of labor gave me pain I Hoped to sail fa ir F ortun e's seas And reach h er haven a t my ease.” H is voice fell low, as he laid H is feeble hand in mine, and said: \"Though I a t h ea rt am sad and sore— A stranded w reck on tim e's long shore. S till from my sad and ahclng heart, A lesson plain I can im p art— A lesson w hich I never learned T ill dying hope to ashes turned. “’T is th is: W ho thinks to sail the seas Of . For...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 13, 1914/ [W ritten : 2Qc POLITICAL A D y E R p 3E M E N T and authorized hyClias.- E./Ra'ught, K atiK ntiini,/W i£, Ithfl for w hich an inch is to be p a id ]’ ''' T\" ' ' t Republican Candidate For For the Nomination at the Primary Election September 1,1914, in the Ninth Congressional District ofWis. The Only Congressional Candidate Not a Lawyer. Just a Business Man. • Clias.. E: Raught candidate for nomination on tlie Reppblican ticket for the office of Congressman in the Ninth Congressional district of the State, of Wis-. cousin, was born at Ncennli, Winnebago, county, Wisconsin, March ”15, 1807, a son of George M. and ‘Jane (Slover) Rnught, and is descended on the pater­ nal side from early Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry, and is niaternallj’- of French7 lineage, his great grand father having been a general under Napoleon Borin- - ■parte and who, after the decisive defeat of his worshipped leader a t Waterloo in 1S15, left France and sailed for...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

JOB WORK HEkB Door County Fair and Fruit Exhibit—September 22-23~24 BRING , '•’.THAT-NEXT NEAT JOB VOL. 53 NO. 21 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914. I f 1.50 A Y E A R MARINE NEWS UST'AHTD A B O U N D OKXCAQO. Capt. Miles Barry’s- steam er W. H. .Moon is lying in the canal basin near • Halstead street idle on account of the r dull times, ' The lake front steamers did not have a very good business the past week on account of the high northerly winds and v-isqually weather. This is also true of ! the excursion steamers. People do not care to make excursion trips on boats • in unsettled le a th er. . . .At the Chicago Shipbuilding plant the •V/foeboat Sweeney is in dock for a general rebuild to her bottom. ~At Gilbert An­ derson’s yard there are- several motor boats receiving general repairs and they are also getting out some spars and flag stiiffs. At the sa’me yard the. steamer \" Mineral City' is having .a new rudder v made”. . . . /' The old lighter Seymour which sunk ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

Y - , \". •' /, 1 ,jV-« c^rfv THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 20, 1914. Sturaeon 36a$ abyocatc Published E very Thursday a t- Sturgeon Bay, VVls. . Entered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class matter.- R A T E S O F SU B SC R IPT IO N : One y e a r. ........... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.60 Six m onths.,-....................'~ . .............. •*“ Four m o n th s.. . . . .............. .»u Two m onths.................... .zt Single C o p ie s.... .06 Two dollars will be charged It not paid Within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, AVis., August 20, 1014. EDITORIAL REPUBLICAN PRIMARY TICKET, For Governor— - E. L. I’HILIIJP. of Milwaukee.' For Lieutenant Governor— . ■ MARSHAL COUSINS of Eau Claire. For Secretary of State— ' NEI.S A. HOLMAN of Deerfield. For State Treasurer— PAUL SCHARDT of Gillctt. . ' : Fof Attorney General— FRANK R. BENTLEY of Bamboo. ' For United States Senator— v LEVI H. BANCROFT of Richland Center. For ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE AUGUST 20, m. By CHARLES E. V A N LO A N f Ml ■ „ VIII.—THE .COMEBACK From \"The Ten Thousand Dollar Arm and Other Tales of the Big League” Copyright, 1912, by Small, M aynard €•• Company FAME is a shadow, reputation to a bubble, and fifteen years is a long time, but there may be some who recall Solomon Lee, who pitched the Corsairs to two pen­ nants before the bright lights got into his eyes and blinded him. .’.ee came up from nowhere with a good light arm, a steady nerve, a strong body and an individual, style which set the baseball world ablaze. He copied no pitcbeir that ever lived, and every move he made was hallmarked with the peculiar individuality of Solo­ mon Lee. Lee was a sensation for two seasons, and. then bright lights got him. He made the common mistake of thinking “\"that youth, strength and nerve force are indestructible qualities. The sput­ ter of the limelight was music to Solo­ mon Lee. He loved to have men point him out as he walk...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 20, 1914. - ' n -. H etz Shejled by Aeroplanes— Jap Ultimatum to Kaiser. GERMANS ROUTED AT OINANT (Fierce Flghtfng la Reported by Paris W ar Office Along Twelve-Mile i Battle Line—Zeppelins Re­ ported Destroyed. : /London, Aug. 17—Fighting ia re- jpprted to have taken place between ithe advance.guardB of the allies and ■German armies in Belgium. A sharp lartillery duel a t Dihant, 15 miles south ,of Namur, indicate th at a great' bat­ tle which may decide the destiny of •Europe has begun. Fighting also - is reported to the southw ard along the Franco-German border. The French are reported to have recaptured Blamont, Cirey and iThaxm. Two French aviators—Cesari and jPrudhomme—flew over Metz and jdropped hombs on the dirigible (hangars, and they are believed to jiiave deetroyed a num ber of Zeppelins. jP espite a heavy fire directed a t them (both regained ■ the French line in safety. The correspondent of th e T im e s in OBrnssels telegraphs as...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY A D V O C A I^.. A«GUST 20, 1914. [Collier’s Magazine] , Secret Aerial Strength of the German Army By Dr. Armsgaard Karl Graves .. I of Helgoland in exchange for some East African concessions, and it became a tierman^possession in 1890. Helgoland lis n o w tlie key and guard of Germany's jjnain nrjtcry oi commerce, being the key, | o a-.umbui-g. With the dirigible station Helgoland to guard her. Hamburg is impregnable, ami on 'England's northern cpast they have a w ay of looking out Germany without doubt has the most rounding Haris and return, the journey ,10r,^s ' y ‘rM X witiXrr^.ni11!8 ,-to.date aerial fleet, in the world The heine rm.ohlv ebont. 1 flflfl lilo ^ etere * “ \" I ’ V* Aorth Sea With troubled eyCS.t up-to-date aerial fleet in the world. .The budget of the Reichstag of 1908-1909 allowed and provided for the building and maintenance of twelve dirigibles of the Zeppelin type. So far as the know­ ledge of the rest of the world is con­ cerned'this is a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 20, 1914. | PERSONALS Miss Louise Grassel spent Sunday at „.wtlll„11 , her /'home in Luxemburg visiting rein- j.,iko jn y tiv e s.. There was born to' Mr. and-Mrs. Wes-' ley Warwick on Sunday morning a baby ' 1 . ■ i t . A. Larson is confined to• his bed- flie nniijiaf ineetin ahdhome with a severe attack of rheum- alism. : . , x Axbaby. boy arrved at the home of ^*un(. x.mai iiviu icuimicu,w sournern Mr.- fmd : Mrs. Geo. Hein -Wednesday |M,ichigan Tuesday after a Week's visit morning. I Wlfll ' 1ii* fn tmlv linvn V«ntiV.4n vith'his family here. Frank, is. einploy- Menry. Johnson of Milwaukee is vis- ed„by a lar8° 80ed hoiise-'aud his duties !»»■ — j „ call him from one place temhothcr. } ’ Harry Tiplor, who has-been wheeling on the steamer I. Watson Stephenson iting friends- and relatives here for a Y. Bhort time. '--s. - ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dehos .went to °n the steamer I. Watson Stephenson - Algoma Wednesday to attend the Dehos- •*!?!...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 20, 1914. | LOCAL ITEMS. . A Burning Question.—W hat will the tax rate be in 1015? Vacation Passing.—Only a couple of weeks more and the kidlets, will - also , have to get to work. The. summer has been a short one to the little ones - Motorcycle Collision.—M artin Pivonka • and OlWcr. Williams, riding motorcycles collided on. Cedar street Sunday after- ■ . noon1, but outside of a few bruises escap­ ed serious injury. The damage to the machines was nominal. . Advertised te tte r List-—-Mr. and Mrs. i., A., H Anderson,. M rs. .Geo. -Breavali, Rose Deutcli, Florence Emile, Elsie Gru- i her, Lena Lacounte, Susan Lansing, Jos. ' Martin, Nic. Meyer, Albert Peterson (2). Esther Peterson, Mrs. Tillie Smith. Money. Tightening.—I t ' is the opinion of those familiar with the financial ' conditions th at , there will be' a tighten­ ing up of money' affairs until after- the war in Europe, is settled. Banks and clearing houses here are guarding against every...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

%'S -K THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE, AUGUSTlo, 1914. W aiting' k e p t otic eye on th e C hinauuin.' T o to s t liis suspicions he tu rn e d his buck com* p letely for n m in u te , tiien w heeled s h a rp ly . lie c a u g h t th e C hihaninn s to o p ­ ing down tieur th e lau n ch ’s ste rn . ile quickly tu rn e d h is back ngnin, b ift his ea rs w ere w ide open. W as it a lig h t .splash lie h eard ? T h e s tra n g e r w a s d o ­ ing so m eth in g to th e b o at, th ere , w as 110 doubt, a b o u t t h a t h u t ju s t ..w hat, lie could n o t m ak e o u t. H e to o k tw o ste p s from th e engine an d v a u lte d to th e float. . T he C h in am an s ta rte d u p h a s tily , h is h ands d rip p in g w et. . / : “W ash ee h an d s.” lie sa id b y w ay. of e x p la n a tio n an d began to d ry th e m on th e edge o f h is blouse. . “G e t in,” , th e c a p ta in sa id su av ely ,' d isn iissin ^-'fh c e x p la n a tio n a s u n w o rth y of h is co n sid eratio n . • •' “ Vflly n...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

THE STURGEON. BA* ADVOCATE, lUGUST 20^ 1914. : / r : THE FATAL GIFT. A TRAGIC LEGEND OF SEMIRAMIS, QUEEN OF ASSYRIA. King N inus was one day talking arid laughing w ith Semiramis. She was the m ost beautiful of his wives, charming, brilliant and w itty. As to her good­ ness he never h a d 'a doubt, for she al­ w ays greeted him w ith a smiling face, and praised and flattered him to his heart’s content. You m ust not think th a t Ninus was a weak monarch because he liked flattery. He was strong and noble, good and generous. He lived ac­ cording to tradition, and to th a t m ust we attribute many of his faults. On this day, in his delight a t the be­ witching loveliness1 of Semiramis, he said: “You are the dearest to me of / all m y wives! For you I would give up all the others.” And Semiramis answered: “Does the king mean w hat he says ? Suppose I should ask him to fulfill his word and make m e , Queen • of A ssyria! ” “Oh,” laughed the king, “you would reign w ith me. ■ Do you...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

I • -f- . ■ 'M ST A T E OF W ISC O N SIN , ) County of Door j . .* v I, Earl M. LaPlanf, County Clerk of said. County of Door, do hereby certify that1 the following is a list of the riames of all persons for whom nomination papers have been filed in the office of the Secretary of State, as certified to me by the Secretary of Staley and all persons for whom nomination papers have been filed in my office and who'are*entitled to be voted for at the primary election to be held, in the several towns, viliages, wards and election precincts of said county: on the ist day of.September, 1914.- : ’ ^ , OFFICE. DEMOCRAT NAME. G overnor?.- lie u te n a n t Governor . ........................ Secretary of State. State Treasurer . - Attorney General. w & o : 5 - £ : United StMes, , \\ ^ ^ Itiapresentative in/Congress JOHN A. AYLWARD. ? JOHN C. KAREL............ ADDRESS. MELVIN HO7T / r . WILLIS LUDLOW............ F R E D /R RAWSON. •HARRY C. TRUESDELL. . . JOSEPH .FISH ER ................ ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

'i'ii THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 20, 1914. PUT MORE BRAINS INTO FARMING. ■ s o n n e t . T he fin est thought created by . a soul H a s no ex p ressio n s sa v e w ith in th e life, B u t fills its fa ted office toward the w h ole U ninjured b y th e c r a sh .o f outer strife And th is sw e e t opening o f supernal sig h t A lthough it s v isio n Sedms to p a ss aw ay. L eaves a s Its track a photographic lig h t T h at rich ly b righ ten s every sp irlt-d ay. F rom noble h ea rts th is glo w reflected sh in es, ' U n til Its halo o’er a com m on fa ce Spreads d ress o f Joy, th a t o fte n , so re- . fines . : I t w ears a rap tu re o f an g elic grace. Such th o u g h t 'the r ic h e st feelin g ! w ill secu re, *■' - —- .A nd g iv e u s rapid grow th In w isdom , pure. ' ' SELECTING A DAIRY SIRE One of the most important steps in the dairy business, and, one that da? mands the most careful consideration is the selection of a dairy sire. • One can more readily pick a b...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 August 1914

% /. V .1 -THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 20, 1914. DRESS BETTER PAY LESS! Stylepius #17 Clothes m/ The clothes good for the city man and the farmer, in fact 63 per cent pay this priced footers they' showed the stuff tlicy :tyere mnde of. The contest was replete \"with hard hitting and excellent fielding on both, sidesj making it all trie more ex­ citing. Both teams went along on even terms up to the 8th session, when the home boys won hv crowding a tally across the. plate. Sturgeon Bay was hot able to score after the 5th found, altlio\" on several occasions they had men on the sacks. Save $3 to $ 8 E very Suit G uaranteed JSS X sY A COUNTY NEWS .[Continued from Sixth' page. ] | Stoneman. Ernest Schafer, W alter Alil- | lor, Grant Wickinan, Fred Rodcr and \\ Lester Stegman. - ■ Mrs. Newman of Edgewater, Chicago, visited with friends here since Tuesday for a few days. ' - -■ F O B E S T V H .I.E . ' M iss Josie Sullivan spent the greater pnrf of. last, week visiting a t Sawye...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

B ig D oor C ounty Fair and F ruit E xhibit - 23-24 BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERS NEAT B WORK AT THIS OFFICE VOL. 53 NO. 22 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1914. $1.5.0 A YEAR MARINE NEWS n r a S ) A B o m » a . C h i c a g o . All of the tugs of the. Great Lakes Towing Co. have been,treated to a new ooat. of paint, which enhances* their ap­ pearance greatly. ' / ' . ■ . The_ tug ^ a rry Leydon sprung a bad letik within the week and had to be raised in the Dunham yards to make the necessary repairs. The steamer North American arrived here on her last trip with a bucket short on her propeller. A new one was p ut on by a diver in a couple of hours, \"so no tim e was lost on account of the accident. The steamer Philetus Sawyer, Capt. Sam. Anderson, stopped* a t'G il. Ander­ son’s yard within the week to clean boiler. In the meantime Capt. Anderson availed himself of the opportunity to shake' handsW ith a few friends across the boulevard. The old sunken yacht Neva, which h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

TH E STURGEON BAY-'ADVOCATE, AUGUST 27, 1914 55* Stitrigepn Ba\\ H&vocatc ^'•published EverjL-Thursdoy a t Sturgeon s ? . -Bay, tVIs. . E n te re d .in th e Post-office a t Sturgeon. B ay, W is,, u s seco n d -class -matter?- R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : O ne y e a r . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . .$1.5* 8 lx m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : .75 F o u r m o n th s , • / . ........... . . i . .50 T w e m o n th s .. . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . - .25 S ingle C opies. .''.................................................05 • T w o d o lla rs w ill be c h arg ed if n o t paid w ith in .th e y e a r. - ' • DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., A u g u st!••' 27, -1914. EDITORIAL | TICKET. F br Governor—= P H IL IPP of M ilwaukee. ' ' -F o r Lieutenant Governor— / MARSHAL COUSlNS_...of. E au Cluire. For Secretary of S tate— v NELS A. HOLMAN of Deerfield. F or S tate Treasurer— PAU L SCHARDT of G jllctt. F or A ttorney General— v . FRANK...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

’ V\" ! f : I \\\\ : :'!= tn *S, j ’ h w * , E ' ''i\\ i ' . • \"■»,? \\ Wk$Ml’ ' J1 t'.1'Ifiitf E V ^ i|K 1’’■* fe l ^ ' ' r ' ^ 4 'j M M “ The P ure Food' Store A. Huxford \\F re sh and Salt Meats V and Fish. The Best the Market Affords Prompt Deliveries. 3 7 — Phones^—d 35 Sturgeon Bay, W is. \\ . ‘Above AU Else In l l | 1 1 U L portance\"—-H om e is not'^ V •, M ^ te d against loss by Fire & Tornado com plete unt.l protected g g Bay j G . O L U N G E R Let Your House Be Supplied By Bassett’s » • 4. r , R o o f ° * e 3 85 Utge0 '*B n n A h y ‘‘r s J ° p“ Sawi*? Ane or r a t , _„ B inders, » eetlDS M owers, g ^ & c t i o u H arness Shop X _ //. B M “ The Home 0i Sweets’* Steazn '8 “ni Ideal “Home\" Cars B U I C K $i)00 to. $1650 ■ MAXWELL $ 6 9 5 —Electric Lights - and Starter, $55 extra. L uxury, Service,- Reliability. R epair W ork, Oil, Tires, Gasoline DANA’S Q A R O A Q t Sturgeon Bay Everything You Need To Build A Home ■\" “ Except the M oney’’ Lumber, La...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 27, 1914, .. [Harpor/sRound Table], Sorakichi,—Prometheus. BY KOWA X STEVENS “G ive, the butter a fair said the ouigfnear '. “I t ’.s ru n n in g -freo al­ ready/’ growled the navigator. ■ ■ ‘The wardroom mess of the cruiser Olympia weru ftt1-breakfast, and the hum of their conversation drifted up thru the alcylight with the odor of the good things th at the naval officer finds for Ins table in so civilizeda port \"as San Francisco. • The pnyniaster was in an argumcnta- . tivc mood, which was not unusual for a m an who had pronounced: views on all ' things, fro.pi the advanced method a( polishing brass-work to the latest doc­ trines of ‘tEnii)iriciU^r8yclio1pgyJ” .ttnd •when he lmd. his talking-tacks aboard. his messniatos looked for fun. : “Look at the activity in her dock- //y ard s,” lie was saying “look a t her pur­ chase of transports. look a t her mobili- V zation of troops! Aa sure.as this is. the tw entieth century Japan- wants, the H...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 27, 1914, . f STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. }\\and v . , , , , ... ■ • While working on a barn th at was. being erected a ffew miles cast of Antigo, -August Hintz of Polar, a .wealthy farm ­ er, missed his footing and fell twenty- four feet. He died a shirt time after. William Koplien, aged 14 years, of Wausau, is dead as the result of lock­ jaw. which resulted from infection fol­ lowing an accident in which he crushed\" his hand between two rocks a short time ago. The large barn of August Haberman in the town of Rockland, Manitowoc county, was struck by lightning Thurs­ day morning and with its contents was entirely destroyed. The barn was filled to its capacity with hay and grain. ■ A severe electrical storm, the'w orst of the season, passed over Manitowoc coun­ ty early Thursday morning and eaused/ damages amounting to several thousand dollars. Lightning struck , b arn^/and granaries of several farmers ,wlio re­ cently finished harvesting. The b...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

£ ' ' TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 27, 1914. | PERSONALS A\", daughter was boni to Mr mid Mrs.. Jas. Stein on Sunday , R«y English of Carrolton, Mo., arriv-, cd hero Wednesday to spend nAveck vis­ iting friends. 'l' i V M iss' on Thursday-to spend n' couplVof weeks i visiting friends. . Mrs. Wm. ICnuth of Milwaukee arriv- / cd here Monday and will visit relatives , for a few-weeks. D r.. Clarence Rieboldt arrived . from ‘• Denmark, Wis... Saturday to spend a • few days visiting his old home.- V ' ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kriudson of Mil­ waukee are spending their vacation per-, iod with relatives in this city. Y Miss Km iiuv Holub of Meneminee . vis­ ited With the family- of William Barn- hardt for, a few days this week . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heath of Louis­ ville, Ky.. are spending a few days with ‘Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hitchcock Mrs. 0. K. Anderson and children left Saturday. for New London, Wis., for a ..weeks- visit with relatives and friends. Miss Emma Lemero is filling t...

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