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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY^ADVOCATE, AUGUST 27, 1914. LOCAL ITEMS Labor Day.—Falls on Monday, Sep­ tember 7tli, this year. Ladies' Aid.—Mrs. C. L. Sorenson will entertain th e' Moravian country ladies’ aid on Thursday afternoon, September 3. • Missionary, Society'— The Woman’B Missionary Society of the Congregation­ al church1will\" hold their annual thank offering meeting with M rs.M eN eely on Tuesday afternoon,\" Sept. 1st. Congregational Picnic.—The annual picnic of' the Congregational Sunday school w as held yesterday a t ' Whiteflsh Bay. Auto 'trucks took - the people to the picnic grounds, there being a large turn-out. ' \\ .-. Vacation a Dream.—Thevacation days are closing, and many of the visitors who spent’ the summer here .are making preparations to return, to their homes in the cities in readiness fo r the opening of the schools. , : A Good Yield.—There was a total of 1005 bushels of grain threshed on the Gurnweal Farm owned by Moulton Goff.\" Of this about 1700 bushels were oat...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

T H E S T U R G E O N BA Y A D V O C A T E , A U G U S T 27, 1914. (Rallied After Relapse and Crisis W as Thought Passed. DEATH SHOCKS ALL NATIONS POPE PIUS X. {Relatives and Officers, of Church at 1 Bedside—Last Sacrament Admin-' i Istered When End Is Thought Near, s.: Rome, Aug. 20.—Pope Pius X is jdead. , ' Already suffering from bronchitis j'and. a weak heart, th e 'w o rry occa- ' stoned by the war involving all Eu­ rope brought on bronchial pneumonia, (and he is a w ar victim as truly as if ihe had been struck down on the field tof battle. sHe was 111 four days. Death came shortly after two o’clock this morning after a ' night spent In fruitless effort by his physicians, who •had kept’ him alive • for many hours •with oxygen and liypoderm ic’.’ heart •stimulants. His holiness had lain unconscious m ost of the afternoon, but rallied- in 'the evening, became conscious for a 'time, and gave the physicians hope 'th at he might recover. But his strength iwas'gone, he soon relapsed...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

,'i'V / : { '' THE STURGEON BAY 'ADVOCATE, AUGUST 27/ 1914, A SHARP TEMPTATION. BY JUDGE CLARK. Of “Fortune’s-buffets”* James Watson . felt he had home his full share. Why then,.turn his hack upon her favors, if at last she chose to offer them ? So James Watson asked himself, on - finding that- the pocket-book, which he had just picked up, contained a hand­ some sum of money. “But it’s not mine,” he retlected, “and the owner may be discovered.” : “Don’t be a food 1” he answered him­ self, with the customary rudeness of one : getting the worst of an argument._ “It’s not your /business to go and look aftei the owner. Others have not' dealt so justly by you, that you need put your­ s e lf out much on accouht of others.” Bad reasoning, surely, but, if James Watson yielded to it, it was not without palliation. The failure of his employer had lost him. liis situation„„besides a considerable arrearage of wages. The bank in which he had deposited his sav­ ings had broken, • an.d at last...

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 — 27 August 1914

H s ci­ ts - I I n '» o w © « & H S T A T E / ' LIST OF CANDIDATES ?E OF VyfsCOISISIN, | g:s„ ' * *- . : ■ yv •, •• ! 1 . ' •' ■ •j.r- ... ot ' ^ ............ - * - “ ‘ ■: SOCIAL DEMOCRAT \" o f f ic e : NAME. x Lieutenant Governor.. . . Secretary of State.' State ^Treasurer....'..' .’ ■ A ttorney General. .MELVIN H O Y T .,................ '............ WILLIS LUDLOW. . ........................ . FRED' B ., RAWSON.. . . . . . . .HARRY C. TRUESDELL.'. . . JOSEPH FISHER . '. . . ----- GEORGE J. LEONHARD----- ADOLPH C. D IC K . .............. EVAN A. EVANS. \\ ............... CHAS. A, KADING A . . . . . . . . United States Senator..'. ................ \\ ■■ Representative in Congress... .. .... V i -V ' * v ..V ', r J' / A 1 Member of the Assembly.... . . . ? . County' Cleric. . . - X™iP County^: Sheriff A A . . =x C o ro n er....'......................................... Clerk of the Circuit Court.............. District Attorney._......................... Regist...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. AUGUST 27, 1914. J a m $nttkn anil ^fom? WHY VISIT THE COUNTY' FAIR? • To make a county fair the vital, help­ ful institution that it may be. the boys and girls must be encouraged to take part. With old and young working to­ gether the fair becomes, as it should, a real community effort. Nor is it hard to get young people to help in making their local fair a decided success for the- interest is already there. No event of the year, except perhaps the circus and Fourth of .July celebra-' tion, hold such thrills for the average boy or girl as does Athe annual county fair. ■- • ‘ ,' ' . ' T° .prove this, look back into' your owri -youth and recall with 'w hat, tense excitement and image-filled brain' you went to bed the night before the fair. Remember how vou\" arose earlier than usual, by an hohri or ihore, to • get in the cows iirid rush 'through the chores. See the family packed'jnto ,the spring ' wagon as it rattled dowri itlie frost-coat­ ed lane an...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 August 1914

)'\"dv S 'iM' fS® .ri-B -rS^'Sy.:5- - . - • - V. ■'■ -V ’ ^ . V . !■ - - Y \" V ‘ v ' -‘ V ’. Y ■■ V'- . : Y Y 7.' T ■ * '•' . [-' . J-/' ) ' •' ' ' Y ‘ 'r Y v ' :Y Y ' — Y'!’ TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 27, 1 9 1 4 . New Fall Goods Every Department is showing some new arrivals that our Mr. J. Rosenberg purchased while in New York— also some that Miss Peterson, Miss Larson and Minor secured while at Chicago. New Fall Suits, New Fall S kirts, New ta il D resses, New Fall D ress Goods, New Fall Blankets, New B oys' School Suits, New Laces and Trimmings, New W aists, Now Fall Ready-to-wear Hats and New Rugs, The store that saves you money. i t n u H n i i i m n i i u u 11 m »»u m i i i i i i i i i m m i i i n -H The Big Door County Fair! SEPTEMBER 22-23-24 W e will have the Largest and Best Ex­ hibits Even Seen in the County. :Y'' % YY' ■ , ‘ ) m COUNTY NEWS J)I!T&OIT H A B B O S. A rm y Avorms have been w orking havoc w ith the pea crop iii some places, an...

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 — 3 September 1914

BigDoorCountyFairahdFil^itE^hibft 23-24 BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK H E kS NEAT JOB WORK i v \" * * d lS OFFICE VOL. 53 NO. 23 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914 $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS STEAMER GEORGIA ON AND OFF. Runs Aground a t Ephraim on Monday During a Thick Fog. Only 100 Feet Out of Her Way. While the steamer Georgia, Capt. Mel. Mackey, was bound from Washington Island to Ephraim on Monday morning ■she ran aground about 200 feet from Shore, and about a quarter of a mile from the Goodrich dock a t Ephraim. After the Georgia had left Washing­ ton Island a heavy fog bank enveloped the hay in th at vicinity. Running un­ der check C apt.' Mackey had succeeded iq passing all the dangerous shoals and sihall islands in' th a t vicinity and had run out his time for reaching Ephraim. He turned .to make the harbor and had run only a short time when the boat brot up on the beach. Had he run 30 seconds longer he would have been all right .as she was about 100 feet out of 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 — 3 September 1914

0 ' w 1 • /I THIS STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 3 , 1 9 1 4 . f S tu rg e o n ® a$ B tw ocate P u b lis h e d E v e ry T h u rsd a y a t S tu rg e o n B ay, W ls. E n te re d In th e Post-offlce a t S tu rg e o n Bay, W ls., a s Becond-class m a tte r. R A T E S O F . S U B S C R IP T IO N : O n e y e a r ................ .’. ................ 11-JO ■ t x m o n t h s . . . .......................................................... .7 5 Pour m o n t h B . . . . . . ...................... .00 Two. m o n t h B ................... J............................................. .2 6 •In g le C o p ies -............... ................... .06 T w o d o lla rs w ill be c h arg ed It n o t paid within th e year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis.. September 3, 1914 EDITORIAL §!?'■ The battle of the ballots Is over and the- winners are now obliged to girdle up .their loins for another fight, this be­ ing only the preliminary skirmish. They call this a civilized war...

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

' •' ! ■ J * 7 - .‘V . •' rv^.M #.1* r.» v f c . - :r ^ « - r * - “ - : . '''i & - : TH » SX0MKQV BAY ABVttOATBt \"SaHPBWiWHI 3, i» v - '- r •'' By Luke Shup. All visitors- b London ar6 familiar with the Victoria and Albert embank­ ments, but comparatively few go up the . river to see the ’one at'Chelsea. This is a grand work of solid masonry, and the curve of the river allows it to take a beautiful sweep that is most delightful to the eye Battersea Park is opposite aitfl. Battersea itself is further up the river. An old timber bridge crosses the Thames at the upper end like a Chelsea veteran on crutches. Further down there is a spick and span, star spangled, gilt-edged suspension bridge of the lat­ est fashion. Near the old bridge, ap­ propriately enough, cluster the ancient moss-grown tile roofs of bygone Chelsea. :By the .new bridge are the tall new mansions of the Norman Shaw fashion. About at the junction of the ancient and modem houses rises-the square old tower o...

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 — 3 September 1914

THg-STTOGgOH BAY ADVOCAXK, SEPTBMBKC 3, 1914. Dollar Day Dry Good Bargains 6 yards Tissue Ginghams, $ I AA 25c quality,, a t • • O liU U 3 pkgs. Congress Playing Cards, 50c values, Dollar-day ftl A A .*i? v • • • • • • OliUU Ladies Black Umbrellas,* values up to DolLr-iday.. . . . S l i O O ^ Bleached Toweling, regular price 10c ' yard. Dollar-day, 12 ft I A A yards for.. ,..y i •••â–  • -O llU U - Galatea Shirting ill fast colors. Reg­ ular price 18c. Dollar-ft 1 A A day, 7 yards f o r . . . . - . - O l l U U The Power of the Dollar. ITH THE COST p|inanufacture3 x goods and eatables, soaring high and with no immediate prospect of check­ ing them, along comes our Big DOLLAR DAY Sale when the purchasing power of O N E: DOLLAR is worth dduble and ev­ en more than ordinary times. It is needless for us fb^ explain the advantages it is to you. to attend this big sale. Hundreds of Dollars will be saved on Fall and Winter goods' by the ^pur­ chasing public, on this great day. You owe i...

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 — 3 September 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 3, *914., \"1 / ARMY IS OVER GERMAN TROOPS Right Wing of Allies Js Forcing Teutons Back in Terrific Battle. HO JAP TROOPS TO FRANCE . . . . . . , . o- . Teutons Capture 30,000 Russians ■ in East Prussia, Announces Berlin Report—Japs Will Send No Troops to France. Cottlnje, Sept. 1.—Defeat of 3,000 A ustrlans with 430 killed and many taken prisoners when they attacked th e M ontenegrin position on Mount Lovtchen was announced by the Mon­ tenegrin government. It w as also stated th a t A ustrlans attem pted to re­ capture the towns of Budua and Splz za, but lost heavily and fled on the ap­ pearance of the French fleet By FREDERICK WKRNER. Berlin, Via Amsterdam , S e p t 1.— T he total losses of th e German arm ies, aa shown by th e official reports r e ceived from the fro n t 8430, divid­ ed as follows: K illed . . .............. 1,143 W ounded ................ .3,326 K lsslh cv ................ .1,781 T h ejBerman w ar office explains that t...

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 — 3 September 1914

' i$ * ■ ■ |ggft u : rjliv *‘ ' g f f § ' &Uk' ' T H E S T U R G B O f f ' 6 a Y '* A D V q c a T B ,' S E P T E M B E R ' 3, \" 1 M 4 / | PERSONALS L .1 M. IVftsliburh Bpent a rbuple of days a t Greei? Bay the Innor part of ihe- week on'feusuii'ss. ‘ v ■. ' ' Miss Xora,Keogh left Sunday for Chi-' cago to readme her duties as' a teacher in one of the public schools'. * : y ■' Louis I’nietor anil sou, Cali of, Bail* 'Oeyr’a Harbor- sp en t' a few hours 7i|iytl«i !«ity' Wednesday. hMjing eanie :ap\\vh^ 'iii'' Carl’s auto.. \"V . ] ■ ■ ' Lester Cheesenian arrive,! • ncre ' from St. James, AHnn. Moiiday and is spend-, ing the week .visiting his old home and renewing acquaintances. Mrs. D. W. Larkin entertained a num­ ber of her lady friends on'T hursday and Friday afternoon., a t her home ,in the eastern outskirts of -the city. Mrs. Libert of Lewistown, Idaho, , and M rs. Jos. Dagot of Kaukauna, are spend­ ing tlie week with friends in this city, having arrived the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 September 1914

THE SXTOGEOW BAX APVQ6 4 XEt | LOCAL ITEMS. 1 ■ W. C..T. p . Meeting.—The W. C. T. U. . will :riiect witji-MiSs Vivian Brigham'-on - Tuesday, September 8th. Council Adjourns.—Owing to Tuesday, V-i being 'primary- election day the regular meeting of the council was adjourned for one week, :. \" MartensjXeave.-—The Martens are the [ first of the summer birds to.take their departure,'leaving this week—witli the . v, majority of the summer visitors. : ... ^ ^ Woman’s Club Meeting—The first fall ‘•V fteeting of the Woman’s Club will be heffl -p ,«n?Friday, September 4th, at 3 o’clock :V p'T. in. Refreshments will he served. % - *rMy,', %'■ ■ ■A Labor Day.-r-On Monday next falls A,i, Labor Day.\" It isi expected that the store? will be closed during the after- ■Xi ribon to properly celebrate the occasion. •A.- : A Building Addition,—Jacob Arnold is ^ engaged in putting an addition on his £/ residence and otherwise improving the 31 place. He has also had a basement, put a 1’ un...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 September 1914

THE STUfcGEON BAYADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 3, 1M4. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF, ,» u / , V*\\ ■' UtetX- t# v Jospeh Klock a young m an of 21, be com ing discbunigod ■ over bis failure to ob tain em ploym ent, ateinpted to'com m it sueidi a t Fond du Lae. The stock barn o f D . ,C . L a tta s in Nbck county.' one o f thp fin e st in the E s t a t e , w as'd estroyed b y fire la st week, rCntailing a loss o f $8,000. A fter spending $15,000 in a fight over a proposed n ew -m irth o u se, R acine coun- t v is to send its officers back into th e old building which h a s been renovated . V. and repaired. T he proposed new build-- ing m ay ho deferred a t least ten years. W hile in an intoxicated condition John B ro o k ' of- Appleton attem p ted [ to throw his w ife onto the railroad tr ic k befre a-eiw dm ing-rain. Spectators ru sh ­ ed to th e assistan ce of th e w om an and saved th e tw o from death. T h ey had quarrelled over 50 cen ts the m an had 'spent for liquor. T h e m ysterious death...

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

THE STTOGEOIf BAT ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBEK 3, \" '“i 'li M {■\" M M# p . yy yyy*1\"1 ■ /,»m fBPP •iS&ljriJ?: m*m “ Above All Else In I-n portance\"— Home is n ot,, \\ daoainetloss 1y F ire '&Tornado .- w j f complete until P* .. Q Sturgeon Bay \\!j||! *' . .! m t ^ M A - 4 w ■! j . G . O L U N G E R _ 4 mM mm*o 1 «v,' mam Store” A. Huxford » ! m m eSs . . . . I '4 T ideal “Home” Cars BUICK $900 to $1630 MAXWELL $695—Electric Lightfi Fresh and Salt Meats and Fish, The Best the Market Affords Prompt Deliveries 37— PhonesE*l 35 M H i * •, iAn *nv w w ! S ! : i. lfM i, jg *??* Supplied By Bassett’s fturpeonBay wis: 9a Drug Store and Starter, $55 extra. 3 l I ^ ° ri)*l2C// Luxury, Service, Reliability. Repair Work, Oil, Tires, Gasoline 8teatn V L eatil \\ \\ D A N A ' S 1 , G A R Q A Q t Sturgeon Bay c a u i u g f S e m B W , « •-. “ The Home of Swells” Phone 60 1 x • P. J. LINDEN’S Big Department Store The Best of Everything to EAT ■ andJ WEAR Sawyer, Wis. V Everything Y...

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 — 3 September 1914

, I K u - .-^V -V :: V / * ' - *H * STUBOEOW BAT $ 'v • ' ■ /» i . - . 1914. GERMAN RESERVISTS ON WAY TO JOIN THE COLORS Trainload of German reservists on the frontier on th e ir way to the front. Inset is the crown prince of Ger­ many. who several tim es has been reported wounded. FRENCH FORAGERS BRINGING IN STEERS A MEXICAN’S BASING FEAT. How Muscle o f .. jftiL.znd SSSt* waSter ' HANGED IN EFFIGY FRANCE erm an spies placed posters in m i. y F ren ch tow ns, th e placards osten si­ b ly ad v ertisin g a soup preparation, but actually telling, by th e ir color an d' form , th e conditions w hich an invadfhg arm y w ould enco unter a t each place.. F ren ch troops a re h ere seen p assing a building oh w hich is o n e. of these- -posters. T he p rem ier of S erv ia hanged ii: effigy to a lam ppo st in B udapest. GOOD-BY TO WIFE AND BABY ARRESTING A SP Y IN A S & x & 3’’ if L ondon police seizing a G erm an spy In fro n t of P rem ier \"A squith’s house In L ondon. We ba...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 September 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 3, 1914. ^avm fodtn mft game. TO GET GOOD SEED CORN. G TESTED RECIPES. Pie Crust Hint.—When • mixing pie crust, if the lard, flour’ and salt are mixed before adding the water the crust , By taking a little more time to select . . , „ 1 V iwill bo rich and* flaky,, and cure their seed corn many Wiseon-. sin ’ farmers have^ increased their yields several bushels per acre ‘ ■Here are a few of the rules followed by R. A. Moore, secretary of the Wisconsin (Agricultural Experiment association, in the selection of seed corn. 1. Allow the ears to mature well on the stalk. . ‘ , 2. Select the ears from • promising stalks that are leafy, of medium size and which carry one good ear attached about three feet from the ground. 3. Select only well formed ears with plump, deep kernels and good tips and butts. . ■ ■- 4. Avoid ears with long ' or short formed stalks. “When taken from the stalk, com usually contains from 20 to 30 per cent of water. The most c...

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 — 3 September 1914

THE' STURGEON'\"^yO.CATE^EPTESIBER % 1914.. * COUNTY NEWS u- y- : £ £ £ X S O S B A T , ’■-V Tlic Ladies’, Aid will meet at thp home IS Mrs. Albert Icke.Sept. 1(1. . , f- Mis$ Eva. Johnson returned tplier home '••mere lfridnv-Avherc'5 I10 wiUremiimtcid’Wie ^rll and winter, Jolin &nlson and Glias. RuvKeVtuutoQd : $n Siurgcon Bay Friday on a business rip. . , , „ ■ *v The dance given by the German band tindcd * atnrdily night, at the Silo was well at- and all present-’ report a •: very* •good time! t, -. . 1 Rev. Killian,. preached his ' farewell 'sermon here last' Sunday and ,hitf entire ^congregation were in ■ attendance, all .of Avhom are sorfycto see him leave.,' . Anton Anderson is building 'a , wood- shed in. the district School yardr and when tliis is' com pleted'it w ill improve i, the appearance of things very niucli. Mrs. John 1L Donovan on Sunday took her departure for her homo in : Neenali, • stopping off at Sturgeon D a y ‘for-a-Iew. days to visit w ith Mr. a...

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 — 10 September 1914

The Big Door County Fair anti Fruit Exhibit-- BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK H EkS EAT WORK . a t THIS OFFIC* VOL. 53 NO. 24 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1914. $1.50 A YEAR ■Mi ( MARINE NEWS I : PLEA FOR THE LIGHTKEEPER. To lie Editor of The Advocate: In your paper of August 14tli I read an article m regard, to giving the U. S. iifesavers a pension and placing them in the revenue service. I seartily en­ dorse the measure, but it would have pleased me much more had the TJ. S. lighthouse service been inciuuett in the bill. ' . Fpr this reason: I t is almost out of the question to ever expect that the U. S. civil service' employe will ever get a flat pension, as there are so few of the lighthouse keepers, and so many of 'them isolated on islands a.nd out-of-the- way places, that it is impossible -for them to do anything • for themselves. If they were taken into the revenue 'service with the Iifesavers, it would be a good move for both parties. Say a .life- saver has to serv...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 September 1914

' I ■ ■ i , THE STURGEON BAY, AfcVdCATE, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914.' J I M Jim came out of jail utterly reckless, With n wild hatred of everybody and ‘‘6 everything. -He thought no more of getting work. but let himself drift rcso- , lately to the bad.. He soon got into vicious company, and, before many weeks t were over, was again in the clutches of the law. The downhill road is an easy . one and the pace always rapid, and so a t thirty yOars of age, he was pretty widely known to the authorities as a confirmed ro'gue and thief who would 'not stick a t trifles when once he was roused. ' Yes there was no doubting it, he was an out and.out bad loti He looked it, • fioo, as he slouched nlorig the country lane, w ith . hands deep in his empty pockets and head bent to m'eet the rain which the' November wind drove in his face. But he was too much used to dis- . com fort to heed the weather, and plod- ded sullenly on through the puddles in th e deepening gloom,, half asleep, and so u tterly ca...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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