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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 October 1914

•'.LS.'WJS BRING ' Tk^T NEXT JOB WORK \\H E kS NEAT' /OB WORK AT THIS OFFICE V O L. 53 NO. 30 S T U R G E Q N - B & f W tS : ^ O R S D A Y . O C T O B E R 2 2 . 1914. $ 1 .5 0 A Y E A R 33.65 208.00 . 16.60 $ 43.78 MARINE NEWS General Marine Notes :. Springing a leak while crossing Lake Erie on 'Friday the steamer. Bulgaria Svas beached on Point Pelce island to prevent her. from sinking. She was re­ leased by the tug Francis B. Haskett and taken to Amlierstburg, Ohio. Capt. William Franklin, who under­ w ent..an operation for appendicitis at T rinity hospital, Milwaukee, was re-* moved to his home. Monday. Capt. Franklin will take a long rest before he resumes command o f his ship,, which is temporarily in command o f , Capt. Mel Mackey. Thirty ffdur years ago Friday. Octo­ b e r'16. the Goodrich steamer Alpena, winch left .\"Muskegon late the day be­ fore, w ent-to the bottom of Lake Mich­ igan w ith more than sixty persons on board. The vessel was considered one of the fi...

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 — 22 October 1914

' ' \\ m l / 3 *-' \" ’ jfehv# T ffB STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 22, 1914. s s S tu rg e o n 36a\\ H tw ocate published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon u ' - Bay, Wis. \"■ Entered In the Post-oflice a t Sturgeon : Bay, Wis.. as second-class m atter. v- RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: • M y e a r.. . ...... ................ K l m o n th s.. . . . . ......... . . . . . . . .75 Veur m o n th s. .............. 50 T v * m onths .25 Single C opies. .................... .55 9ftvo dollars will be charged If not paid Within the year. . . ■ : ' DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. Sturgeon B ay, Wis., - October 22, 1914. 't ' EDITORIAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. U . S. Senator-1- : / - 7 : 7 / / / : 7 7 7 . - . - . : : FRANCIS E . McGOVERN Governor— EM ANUEL L. P H IL IPP lie u te n a n t Governor— EDWARD F . DITHMAR Secretary of S tate— JOHN' S. DONALD S tate Treasurer— ~ '\" ' HENRY JOHNSON A ttorney General— W A LTER S. OWEN ’ Congress, 9 th D is tric t-' JOHN W . R E XN OLDS S ta te Senator— -M. W . PERR...

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 — 22 October 1914

■ ^ _ * ' \\ ’ ‘ - “ ' • U _____________ .) 1 THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 22,1914. - * \" NIELS je in »• Navy- R. JUDSQN Coveting the of Chi- ed and dined - i. There is of our in- r. The is- drag upon ybody htere about Japan rraan War orte, sK participa- .pears immi- iassador has of the i e to. Odessa sared for ac- a c k s e a .» loads of ar- var material iany to Tur- i Roumanian n envoy at daring that or the. pass- glv Rouman- ntical trains lia when the ver The pro- Roumanian aunition and fa. . acts which is for Tur- Jermany and emand that urch in Con itry. and Tur itish request of th ^ crui be sent S NAMED sdln a t Head d Navy, patch' to the from Pet.ro- nqp.le corre ^Gazette is ent that the mily council Yussof Izze- the Turkish .of the army een done to of Enver ind to offset Yussof Izze- tlie Tate Sul- £ Quits. C. V. Allen, voluntarily telegraphed at to honor 1 further or on has not companies oks. Belgians Continue Stubborn Fight Map Showing Battle Line In France. T- ...

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 — 22 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 22, 1914. : Getting Billy’s \\ 1 Goat | . ' • ' * . . *\"—— ', • A Football Story ! 2 By JACK BRANT J i,« -a ' ' -• ■. \" • • • Copyright by Frank A. Munsey Co. • Football at Buckeye college was no afternoon pink tea. If. you apologized for putting a hobnailed shoe in the face of your best friend the coach was likely to light on your neck the next minute because of your ladylike man-' . ners. Temper played a big part in jpicking the team, and those of us who didn't have any originally bad had it developed. The one exception was Billy Gordon, the big guard. Billy was so good natured that it • oozed out all over him. No one, not ‘ even the coaches, could ever ruffle* him. Even if one did pick a scrap be : was so big that it didn’t do any good. • H e would put out his right hand, whlph was about as heavy as a full sized ham and greatly resembled one, and if any one got in front of it he would be brushed away like a fly, leaving Billy as serene, and...

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 — 22 October 1914

1HE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 22, 1914, THE GIRL SOLDIER I was on detailed duty as surgeon, at. ■the U. S. General Hospital, Tullalioma, Tennessee, during the spring of . 1865. \"W'e had had an accession of new pa-* tierits, and every ward was. crowded to Its 'utmost capacity. The' troops in the vicinity had been augmented by three or four new' regiments, and an epidemic of measles was at its maximum, and ■very fatal. 'I t was a dark time, and i many a delicate youth who had always lad the comforts of a well-ordered home and the tender care of an affec­ tionate mother, found here a hard couch, and with fevered brow and a sad ' heart wandered in his delirium back to associations of childhood With its inno­ cent and happy sports. Our surgeon, Major Samuel Hart, was a noble man who, with his equally noble wife, resided in the town, while myself and two other assistant sur­ geons occupied a large tent in the vicin-* lty.iOf the hospital. Our tent was pro­ vided with a floor...

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 — 22 October 1914

TH E STURGEON B A Y ‘ ADVOCATE. 0-C T 0E E 2 22, 1914. | PERSONALS I '\"*■ ' ' \" • —• - ■ J Miss B.-Einm of Iron Mountain, Mich., is Visiting .Svitli Mrs. Driscoll for a ' short time.\" . Miss: Kulfllia Ivcogli left Monday iaioniiiig for - Dubuque, Town, wMtliov alie g'oes to Accept a position., i Miss Emilia LaMere, who was^ oper­ ated bn for appendicitis at Green Bay, recently, returned home Sunday. Landlord Jos. Sclilise of'\"the First National hotel .is confined to his bett with a severe attack of rheumatism. , ' After spending a ■ ' fejv days here .vis iting relatives Mrs.' A. E. Halstead left tor her, home jn • Chicago \"Wednesday. Miss Hazel Egerts returned' to her home in Kewaunee Tuesday after spend • ing li few days visiting with the faujily of John Perry. : Mrs. Lawrence Hitchcock . has bepn confined to her: bed for the past week on account of illness, but nt. this writ liig is improving nicely,- Miss Leali Arnold returned home Mon day evening from Peshtigo, Wis.....

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 — 22 October 1914

TH E STURGEON BA Y ADVOCATF.. OCTOBER 22 1914 H ainy-D ays.—F riday . an d Saturday, 'w ere'ab o u t, as disngreeablri-lda’ys as 'one could im agine, a drizzling rajn m aking it extrem ely U npleasan t , to be abroad.’' Advertised' L etters.—Following is tlie. list of letters - rem aining uncalled fo r i.at tlie Sturgepn-v B ay postoffice: H attie ’ Anderson. L aw rence' D artli, H . L. Hop- kins, W ill K ennedy. r A utum n.—Is here in all its glory, and : those 'who nre fortun ^tp 'enough to be liable to v ie w 'th e glorious splendors of th e changing forest should consider them selves among- th e favored' ones. - C an'S ee C om et—Persons, w ho have looked fo r th e N orth s ta r and th e Big •^Dipper duripg th e p ast couple, of weeks, . can distinguish a^yomet in th a t vicinity - of tlie beavens. I t appears to be trav* joling w esterly tow ards th e horizon. This com et is nam ed' “Delevan.” ' .* Council 'A djournm ent.—Owing to th e illn ess of some of th e members of the ^c...

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 — 22 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 22, 1914. Miss Twittorbit was flavoured with curiosity about her now - lodger- For riaariy six weeks he had hardly, stirred out of the house, but bad remained shut rip in liis room from morning till night, doing nothing, so far as she could ob­ serve, though he sometimes had a book in his hand. He received no visitors and no ’letters, and could not be in-* •duped' to divulge. anything . whatever- about himself except that his name was Hunter. He appeared to bo a gentleman, was well dressed and rather good'look­ ing, and showed no outward-traces of ill-healtli trt. which ha rittrilnitefl his se­ clusion. As he gnvo no trouble and paid his way with unfailing regularity, Miss Tw itterhit had nothing to com plain of, hut her kind heart was touch ed by his loneliness, and she felt a sym pathetic interest in him, which ipduccd her to try the experiment of sending him a valentine. She did this because she had nrrived a t the conclusion th at the poor y...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 October 1914

THE STURGEON B A Y ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 22, 1914- €ante» amt* STORING WINTER VEGETABLES. ^ The storing of vegetables is- an un-v certain i operation* a t its best. - Even , •when, every care is exercised, vegetables th a t enter the storage in perfect condi­ tion m ay a few months later come out a rotte I mass, i Generally, however, suc­ cessful results are attained When the storage is properly done and the pro­ ducts are fit subjects for keeping. Mjich of the. poor lcsults in storage'/com e ,from_.placing away products wi^h poor keeping qualities'or produce th a t is un­ sound when stored. ..-• ’ Vegetables are of such varied tyjpes th a t no one means of storage will keep All kinds - successfully. Each vegetable or class ,of vegetables has its own pe* culiarities regarding storage treatm ent. They are a law unto themselves. Some v must be kept cool in ■ storage, others warm. Some, demand a moist atmos­ phere, while others decompose rapidly if the air is not perfectly dry.' Th...

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 — 22 October 1914

T H E STURGEON B A Y ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 22, 1914 COUNTY: DETROIT HARBOR. 7 ' Tin’ first snow .of 111o season w as seen /.hero M onday of th is week,-O ct. 12..,.. ’ M iss S jyrtle -Olsen. toaclior\" of a Jack- Won Harbor school w)\\o lias been visitin g her homo near Algom a t h e , p a st V eck : returned ' M onday about noon, after rather voyage of about - 1(1 hours. The. recent heavy rains have retarded farm \\vork/Sok%idornble, especially zpo tnto: .digging. . v h e crop is generally very ligh t and' m any rotten ones. S iriccth e rain s th ey seem to be worse, Mr. B. Anderson * returned borne la st Saturday to ta k e up the threads w here th ey had ,been left, H is fu tu re -p la n s are n o t know n but he lias th e sy m p a ­ th y o f t h e ! Islnnd people and w ill have th eir co-operation. The E a st side school is closed th is w eek for potato digging, as every lit ­ tle helps, and som t of th e scholars are large enough to help more, th an a little . M iss . M artinson 7...

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 — 29 October 1914

BRING THAT NEXT \"JOB WORK HERE ..•NEAT...-. JOB'WORK -Ji'W \" • ''' •' ‘ ■’ AT.../:? W \" / THIS OFFICE ‘ * WMM ■ m i 1 1 ‘ / VOL. 53 NO. 31 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS Local Marine Notes Among the passages .through the bay Friday, bound north, was the M utual T ransit Co. steel steamer St. Paul. The tug Satisfaction brought in a scow-load o f' lumber to the Washburn m ill from M arinette on Friday. The steamer J. S. Crouse and the schooner Mary E. Cook were among the south-bound passages on Friday. The: tug Charlie O. Smith was dis charged from the shipyard on Friday, when she returned to her home port at Cheboygan, Mich. . The tug Torrent brought the/schoon- cr Mary EUen Cook in from the Make Wednesday'morning, the Vessel being rn light trim and' bound north for cargo! The weather./ during the past/ week' has not been favorable for tlie opera- ■ tion of boats, and time was a m atter that, waS entirely/out of the^questioh. The tug...

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 — 29 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY' a d v o c a te , o c t o S e r 29, 1914. Sturgeon JBa? advocate Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon ly, Wis. ■ntered in the Post-ofBce at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class matter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: i— Obs year.. . . . . . . . . . .-.'I......... . . . . .11.60 •is m onths. ............75 V rar months............................................. 60 Tw* months............................ .26 •locle Copies ............. .05 Two dollars will be charged If not paid ■ within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, W5s., October 29, 1914. EDITORIAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. XS. S. Senator— FRANCIS E. McGOVERN Governor—■ - '\" v \" EMANUEL L. P H IO P P ‘ lieutenant Governor— EDWARD F. DITHMAR Secretary of State— JOHN S. DONALD . State Treasurer— HENRY JOHNSON Attorney General— WALTER S. OWEN Congress, 8th District-^ JOHN W. REYNOLDS . State Senator— ■ ■■■ M. W. PERRY / Member , of Assembly— - FRED HANSON County Clerk— ■■■——— RALPH HER...

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 — 29 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 29, 1914. WHAT BLAINE'S ELECTION MEANS' Blaine’s Senate Record— 1909 and 1911. UlS. PRING-RICE IN STATEMENTvoted ritish Government’s Position on Contraband, Declares Its Envoy, Is T hat Laid Down by U. S. Supreme Court in 1853 to Which England Complied -With Great Loss. W ashington, Oct. 28.—Sir Cecil pring-Rlce, the B ritish ambassador, Instruction of Sir .Edw ard. Grey sued a w arning to American- ship- srs, through th e state departm ent, consign all cargoes bound for nou- al countries to th e neutral goveru- ent or a specific consignee. Two o’tes addressed to Acting Secretary anting say British cruisers will not teriere. with neutral commerce when lipm ents are properly consigned, he documents specifically exempt Hton from molestation, although des- ned to belligerent'countries, as this iticlo is not contraband. The second^ note refers particularly the case of the tanker Rockefeller, cently released by the British gev-. 'nm ent, but states the ...

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 — 29 October 1914

THE STURGEON' BAY ADVOCATE,. OCTOBER 29, 1914 . , ‘ ^ ’ NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION I f ”'N ' To the Electors of Boor County: ' . / Noiice is hereby given that a general election is' to be Held ........................................................................................................... • .......... r t « 0ci f ,S » touted M oo w o t o t * * » T tf names ot Iko-ooMUotto foiveoej/omoe to be voted for, okooo non,,(nation, Save been oertlfied to or filed In tbl, offlib, aM elven the appropriate party or other designation, each In its'proper column, together with the question submitted to a vote, in the sample ballot below.- - ^ : ‘ , ^ of. the office and under INFORMATION t o v o t e r s \" The following Instructions are given for the Information and guidance of voters: (a ) A voter upon entering the polling place and-giving his name and residence will ^ i v k „ « ballot clerk which must have endo-sed thereon the names or initials of both ballot clerks, and no other ba...

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 — 29 October 1914

iH THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 29, 1914.: STATE NEWS IN BRIEF Joseph Schmidt, an employe of one of the paper mills a t Appleton, was drown­ ed Thursday night. ' He fell into the ' canal while going after a pail of Water. William Oldenberg, after living for tliirty-six hours with many of his mus- . cles torn from his body, due to nil at- . tack by a bull, died Wednesday a t An- tigo. - George C. Jones, one of Appleton’s best known and most prominent citi-* : zens died suddenly a t his ” home on Thursday evening, death being quite unexpected. Albert Sehroedcr, the man charged •with having assaulted a nun near Green-Bay, pleaded-guilty after a jury had disagreed, and was sentenced to seven years in state prison. : Alfred Bolin, 14 years .old, Accident ally shot and killed himself while hunt­ ing near Barron with his., brother. . The shot tore-the back, of his head off. His brother cannot tell how i t 'happened. Cornelius Nelson, 81 years old, is dead ate Sheboygan as the resul...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 29, 1914. ' 7 C PERSONALS | Mrs.' Frank Ives,-Jr., has been on the sick list for a week or more past. ■ - Miss Alvina Duwe, left for Green Bay '■-....Thursday, where she will remain indcfi-* ’ nitelv.- . Miss Olive Bergeron of Chicago- is - . spending n \\teek or so. here pn a visit to liei' parents. ’ . Misses Bessie , and Florence Cherney of Ellison Bay are visiting relatives in this city,this week. ■ Ben Erskine of Jacksonport 'under­ went a minor operation at the People’s ... hospital on Monday, 7 \\, Mrs. A. L. Hatch spent a few days at the People’s hospital within the Week receiving, treatment. Mrs. Allen Higgins on Thursday af­ ternoon entertained' a number'• of her - friends and acquaintances. Mrs. Catherine Sullivan lms been re­ ceiving treatment at the: hospital , for several days the past week. .* A. IV. Miller is able-to i e around again a f t e r having beendaid up for a .week or more With an attack of illness, Robt. Cornish l...

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 — 29 October 1914

rMw sT '/h rn -v . RAV ?ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 29, 1914. I LOCAL ITEMS, j \\il.~ Epiicopal Services—Rev. Gates- -frill hold Episcopal services in • tlie Odd Fcl- lows lmll .next Sunday, -November l *at f 10:30 a. nr.' rj?-/ . • J Advertised Letters.—Following are : . tlie letters unclaimed at the Sturgeon. Bay postoffice: Grace Carmody, Id's M. i-'C lark, Marie Deteige. .'•j Missionary Society.—The' Missionary Society - of the Congregational church i will meet with Mrs. Lester Birmingham on Tuesday, November 3d. Clear-Over $700.—The fair given last ii week by the ladies of St. Joseph church : was, as usual, a great Success/ Father Broens announces th at the net proceeds .. d will aggregate $740, which is exception-- ■7 ally good, though about the same th at , is made each year in this manner. M arriage. Licenses—The following m arriage. licenses', were. issued within the “ week: George Lautenbaclv and Emma Luethge, .Tacksonport Hugo Heller, Two Rivers, and. Elsie Kath, city Frank Kimnt...

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 — 29 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 29, 1914. The Last Siege The allied sovereigns arrived. 'on tlie evening-of .the. 20tli at the chateau of' Bondy. and resolved to attack i Paris by the right bank of .the Seine, so as not to have to repass the river in ease of repulsed They ’ planned three simulta­ neous attacks. That on the cast un­ der Barclay de Tolly. with fifty .thous- nnd men, was to carry by Passy and Pan tin the ..plateau of l’amnnville that on the south, under the Prince Royal of \\^urte'ihburg. with about thirty thousand, troops, was to pour- through .the. \"wood of'.Vincennes, on the -biu ueis of Charonne and the Tronef t-he third bvi the npirth in- the' plain of St. Denis, was to bo headed by •'rim old Bluclier himself. and to nu n,Iro n the right of Mbntnartrc . Clichy. and Etoile. On the Vroni’h side, Marmont hail to scale tlio: escapements of Charonne and . Jlontreuii, anil establish himself on the plateau of .Romartville while - M ortar traversed the exterior boul...

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 — 29 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 29, 1914. * m ' • • •’•Y i • • • • • • « • • ss'sVcVss I Jernegan’s I • How He Came to Make • • it a Success • . • - e • By DWIOHT1 NORWOOD t • • • • '• • • o o s s s s o e o s o • • • • • « « • . It is a well,known fact among au­ thors that they cannot bring their char­ acters to meet their conceptions of what these characters should-be. in ■qther words, the author does not write the story rather, the story writes the -author. There is a subtle reason for this that is very difficult to explain. The only statement that seems to tit. the case is that the author does not always rightly interpret the human heart ■ Jernegan was a playwright—that is. he wished to be a pjay w right He was in the impoverished condition'of a strug­ gling literary man, being out st the el­ bows and hungry. Every play be bad. written bad been turned down by the managers. But now be bad struck something new, be thought, and would succeed. But inventing plots needs ...

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 — 29 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 29, 1914. W IT AND HUMOR. COUNT VON MOLTKE jrvVjI-j,*. - .X- '■^. v Political Advertisement W ritten arid authorized1 by John W‘. Reynolds. Green Bay, \\Vis., for which . 20c per inyh is to be paid. Vote For J0HNW.REYN0LDS REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE John Wi- Reynolds, Republican can­ didate for Congress, has won the re­ spect of thousands of voters in the dis­ trict by the campaign which he has made. He has spoken at mills, shops and factories, in each county of the dis­ trict. He has visited the farmers , at their homes. In many townships and cities of the district he has met men with whom he stayed in canvassing in summer vacations a decade and a half ago. These men'helped him to get his education therf.. He comes from the coitamon- people, knows their'w ants and desires. • ■ He is a resident of Brown county, / where the voters turned out and sup-* ported him as loyally as Oconto and Outagamie supported their candidates' at: the Primaries, arid...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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