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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 November 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 12, 1914. '* 6artlcn and §tomc. THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER. Two weeks from today, November 27. is Thanksgiving Day. '• Althougli thg day has been set aside as a day for Americans to return thanks to an-all­ wise Providence for the, many blessings bestowed, yet to the housewife it means also a day of feasting and an increase of her labors. However, if foresight ■ and system is used the work can be distributed over several days and much work at the last eliminated. / I t is none too early to pre­ pare for the dinner immediately. The first thing to do is to. plan a menu. Do not go'at this, haphazard, but figure out just what you will want and what will also be satisfactory, to your pocket- book. Here is a nice menu which can be. cut down if needed, by eliminating the chicken pie or the turkey and one or more of the pies, as suits the cook: -Oyster Soup \\ Saltines . Celery _ Salted Almonds Roast Turkey . Cffinberry Jelly Mashed Potatoes Squash Crea...

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 — 12 November 1914

' i ^ 5, \",v eF*-’ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 12,- »14. -■ ■( VijjyljTi ■’ - 'WESTSIDE. RUNAWAY BOY PICKED U P HERE. Eleven*Year-bid' Lad, S ta rts to\" W alk (to Escanaba, Mich.—Escaped ' ' From School a t In stitute. ■ Officer Ilnll on F riday w as informed V'■■■• .by Chiis. Gantz. a Nnsowaupce farm er .th a t he had .picked up h boy about 11 \"■•years of ago. th e little fellow linving spent th e 'n ig h t-'in 'th e friendly embrace o f 'a lmy stack on his premises. The lad w as turned over to Officer ■ H all.to whom ho told a harrow ing tale of having been descried by his father, who he. claimed had left him- w ith but ten edhts in his pocket, and lie w as en- .■ deavoring to g et ■ back to 'E scan ab a, where ho lived,. n e gave liis nam e as Jim m y Flavin. . H aving a boy of about th e sam e size anS iige as th e outcast, Officer H all n a t­ urally felt in d ig n a n t'a t th e m a n n e r/n - which the little fellojv h ad been treat!* . ed,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

VOL. 53 NO. 34 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914. r'EAEt MARINE NEWS Oscoda and Consort Wrecked. A dispatch to the Evening Wisconsin from- Mnnistique, Mich., dated the 11th, gives the following acSfrunt of the loss of th e steamer Oscoda and barge: “The Hines company’s • steam lum­ ber barge Oscoda and consort were ■wrecked on the reefs of Naubinway bay on Wednesday. “The. rescued crews of the two ves­ sels afrived- here Friday night, on board the tug Gifford. The Gifford left here Wednesday night in response\" to on appeal for assistance. “The Oscoda was found a total wreck\" and all of her deckload of lumber was washed away. The Gifford managed to get the consort in tow and started back, but because Of, .the heavy sea and the condition of the barge, they were forced to abandon her. Although they suffered severely from tjie cold and ex­ posure, the crews of the boats were none the worst for their experience this morning.” • The barge Ashland, in tow of the steame...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

&5‘ IHfi STURGEON iBAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER'ig, 1914. Sturgeon JBa$ Hfcvocate Published Every- Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls. ■ ntered in the Poat-offlce a t Sturgeon : Bay, .AVIs., as second-class m atter. • \\ R A T E S O P S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year........................... • ........ .H*§9 |Ux months.. . . . . fW ur m onths. . . , . Tw* m o n th s ..... tie Copies.. . . . . .7C v... '.GO . . . . .25 .08 * 2?wo d o llars WU1 he charged If not paid Within the year, DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 19, 1914 f EDITORIAL | Have you stopped to realize that .Christmas is only five weeks away? Do your shopping now. N . • Wse can observe Thanksgiving Day sincere feelings-of joy at being at peace with .the world. • Friday, the 13th, put a quietus on that popular salutation, \"Isn’t this line \"weather.” ■ : If a war tax could be put upon the women talking for oyer a given length of time on a party line telephone it would producd a haAdsomfe're...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

TafE STPR^EdN BAY ADVOCATE* NOVEMBER. 19, 1914. ■■It Sharp' as was the' lesson, Richard . Harling might have felt it 'was' no more . t h a n .his temerity deserved, had his at-* triritions been pressed unencouraged on • th e proud beauty whose scorn had in­ flicted so cruel a stin g .' R u t almost from, the first hour of his meeting Camilla/Cabell, he had been led ori by sm iles,. looks an words which one of far less sanguine temper might wpll have interpreted as invitations held out to hope ' When Richard Harling, a t \"the end of a year’s clerking in the city, returned' to spend his first vacation.in his native’ •a village, and.-was welcomed by Mrs. El- liston, with whom ' he had made his ' home, after his mother’s death, to his old quarters, which, in anticipation of his coming, she. had' /held valiantly .against the invading army of summer - boarders th at annuofljr beset her, he felt-a glow Of pleasure th a t was not a little heightened when pretty Phoebe Elliston, with ,...

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 — 19 November 1914

* - ... . «* ’■'••-■if ■ tv.:. PERSONALS and Greater Bargains Week 1 -'-I’’ ' ' Emery .Tolinson flf Ephraim is ait the People’s hospital, where he is receiving . medical treatment. ■ Ben Erskinc of Jacksonport fvns on ‘ Monday operated upon a t the People’s hospital, and is getting along finely. Mrs. H. C, Scofield returned home 'Tuesday morning after\" attending the funeral of her mother at Seymour, Wis. Miss Marie - Dayis of Madison arrived here Tuesday evening and will visit' ■with. her. sister, Mrs. Moulton GolT, un til Christmas. - ' 7 • Robert Bell, who has been under treatm ent a t the hospital in t,his .city for some time,, left- Tuesday for his home a t Fish Creek. . Wesley Long of Algoma. spent a few \"hours in this city Tuesday on business connected- with the Wisconsin ■ Tele-, phone' Co. 7 Mr. and Mrs. Conant of Menominee arrived here the first of the week, and ■ Are making preparations to open photo gallery.- v - Mrs. Wallace L. Ives left Monday for Kauka...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 19, 1914. vi c LOCAL bi?r 17, . : ^tr®-, K ates Barnard, Law­ rence’ Collins,’ Rose 'JonnsoriV Mrs. Em'- ma Kcrtin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kon- False ’Alanm—The alarm of fire ybsf terday noon V as a false one, a mistakd having b een' made in testing th e. sys- tern. ■' Ajjl. .. : Episcopal Services-—Rev. Horatio Gated w ill hold Episcopal services next Sunday, November 22, a t the Odd Fel­ lows hall, commencing at 10:45 o’clock. Woman’s Club.—The next meeting of '.the W om an’s club, November 27, will be held art 2:30 instead of 3 o'clock as heretofore. Members will kindly bear, th is in mind. •\" Stores W ill .Close.—The stores will be closed, all day on Thanksgiving. This is in accordance with an agree­ m ent entered into by ^ the merchants some time ago. Snow -Breaks Trees.—The heayy snow of Thursday played havoc with many of the trees in Allen’s' grove. -. Hun­ dreds of branches were broken off the trees by the weight of the snow, which bro...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

' v-' .,r/i t\\Z~ / '. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER j 9, 1914. f 7 7 . ’ I always knew I served the company :, in a dangerous capacity, but I had been an express messenger for so many years that I thought little or nothing o'f the risks I ran. My route was through a rough region, too, after I was Changed from the Central Pacific to the Southern Pacific road, a region but half settled and half civilized, where Indians and ruffians were as plentiful as Chinamen • in Frisco. „ \" My “run” .was. a long one, through a new country, where railroad stations were often one hundred miles apart.. The miles passed slowly after I had lis- // sorted and billed the expressage my pipe was kept burning and the constant roar and rumble of the train cheered me in the. day, and lulled mo to sleep at pight, when the windows were securely . fastened, the lamps lighted, and several rifles and revolvers hung around in case of an emergency. vy' ,• • I rim an express messenger several years without be...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

? J \\ 1 *’ V? — ^ ~ “ TftB STURGEON BAT' ADVOCATE, j WarNewsSummary A CONDENSED AMOUNT OF DAILY HAPPENINGS IN THE EUROPEAN WAR ZONES AS GLEANED FROM Da il y p r e s s r e p o r t s THURSDAY. Over the long battle lines of Europe comparative quiet prevailed today, ex­ cept in Belgium, where the conflict con­ tinued with deadly fury. bn the Servian border sharp figlitin is in progress and the Turks are in ac­ t i o n against the Russians, hut on the main positions through, France, along th e east Prussian border and in Gali­ cia' there apparently is a lull. On the success or failure of the German a t­ tem pt to force a way to the English channel a t whatever- cost may depend th e . future .o f the campaign, not only in ' Belgium, hut elsewhere. A decisive\" victory, is claimed by the Servians in one of the numerous en- gagements now in progress along both th e western and. northern boundaries. A force of 6,000 Austrians who crossed th e \"Danube, a t a point 30 miles from Belgrad...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

■ THE STURGEON EON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER i g ^ WITH THANKSGIVING AND JOY Sfcss IW Fop when we gladly eat our daily bread) we bless The Hand that feeds us And When we walk along life’s way in cheerfulness, Our very heartbeats praise the LoYd that leads us. . —Henry Van Dyke, D..D.' THE ROYAL GORGE Mrs. Twitter’s Little Dissertation on Mother’s Joy in Preparing \\ the' Great Dinner. \"She Didn’t Seem to Take a.Very En­ thusiastic View of the Matter, But There Was a Reason fo r . ” . Her Well-Expressed \\ / ' \"Grouch.” ‘ • ' r ES, ma’am,”' said Mrs. Bump- weather, “the mince pie is loaded, and the deadly conflict between peace and comfort on one side and pain and pepsin on the other is about to be performed. The coming Thursday will w itness our groat epicurean festival, which m ight be technically term ed th e Royal Gorge.” \"I’m not ’specially keen to listening ’ to any sentim ental. ravings about the day,\" Bald Mrs. Twitter, w ith her usual suspicious and refrigerated tone' of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

TOE STURGEON BAY ADVOCAT^, NOVEMBER 1 9 , 1 9 1 4 MAKING TH E DAIRY PAY Hang This Up in Your Cow Stable or Milk Room Where lit Can Be . Rejig .Often , — Practicq^the following advice ancT^you will make more dollars in dairying. Others have done' it. Why can’t you? Use pure bred dairy sires from cows having'large 'and profitable productions of milk and. butter fat. Raise well the heifer calv 3 from cows having large and profitable pro­ ductions of milk and butter fat. Breed heifers a t the age of 10 to 20 months. - Peed heifers liberally and m ilk reg - ■ ularlv. ' In W inter Time. Feed cows daily 1 pound of grain for every 3 pounds of milk produced, 25 to 40 pounds of corn silage, and what clover or alfalfa hay they will eat. Do not turn cows out- to remain and suffer in cbld, stormy weather. Allow them to have water which is . not colder than th at from a deep well twice or three times daily. - Brush cows daily if you can possible find the time, for it pays better than does - gr...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 November 1914

if' • THE,blURGEOM gAY ADVOCATE, NDYEMD'ER i9°!9i4.J COUNTY NEWS BAILEYS HARBOR. Dr. and Mrs. A. II .M atthews of Sturgeon Bay, made , brief call on friends here, last week AVcdnosday. After visiting several weeks with. her. parents Miss Henrietta Hinrichs, left fast.-week Saturday, for Michigan City, Ind., where she will lie employed ,M. F. J, Goss who is employed at Prairie Du Lac arrived homo the- latter part of the week and will spend a short time visiting friends and .relrJ” here. ....•* . . . , , -The Ladies’ Iinproveihent club was entertained by Mrs. John Aliclam, last week Thursday. Three weeks th at day they meet with Freese. ■ ■. ■■ ■ Misses Elsie arid Minnie Faust who have, been spending the past several weeks with their parents Mr , and .Mrs Conrad Faust, returned to Chicago re­ cently where they w ill spend the win- ter. v Elmer Anclnm of Kenosha, who ar rived home the former part of last week with th e ' intention o f spending a week or,tw o 'with 1iis pare...

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 — 26 November 1914

W ORD TO .THE WISE, ETC. IJOnly 4 Publication Days to Christmas. mg Days to Christmas. BRING THAT NEKT JOB WORK HERS VOL. 53 . NO. 35 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1914. . LOCAL M E N T ^ S E LIVES. STORM ON LAKE SUPERIOR CLAIMS CAPT, JOHN WALKER AND JULIUS W. NOLL AS VICTIMS.' ' S IR . CURTIS aS t OW FOUNDER Bodies of Eight FoundXon Beach at Grand Morais—Crews or Peterson and Marvin N ot Recovered. Lake Superior has again demanded Its toil of.death and on this occasion •two of the victim s of ■ the storm’s fury ■were Sturgeon Bay men. One of these .is Capt. John Walker and the other Engineer Julius W . Noll. The former was master of the tow- barge Annie M. Peterson and the lat­ ter assistant engineer of the steamer •C .F . Curtis. The boats - went down on Lake Superior on th e , night of Novem* her 18.' The bodies of the following members ‘o f the Curtis have been found on the beach among the wreckage and idehti- fled: \\ - Capt. J. P. Jentiings, of Detroit. Glen ...

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 — 26 November 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 26, 1914, Sturgeon » ag HOvocate P ublished. Every T hursday1 a t Sturgeon Bay, VVis. ' E ntered in the P-ost-tiice a t Sturgeon Bay, IVis., as second-class m atter. ... RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION:- O n e.y ear .$1.60 Six m onths, . . . . . . . . . . , , , , . ..... . .75 F our m onths . . . . . . . . . . t . . . . . . .60 Two m onths ...............i.i.......... .25 Single Copies ............. . . . . . . . . . . . . .05 Two dollars w ill bo charged if not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S^.LON.G, Business 'Manager. Sturgeon Bnj^Wis., November 26, 1014. of the case are that on the Saturday piorning in question, and. in. fact all day, it rained torrents here and it was impossible for the team to go to Kewau­ nee in the autoes, much to their dis­ appointment. That they should fear Kewaunee as opponents on the grid­ iron after smothering them by a large score here is hardly reasonable. You owe the bovs an. apology, neighbor. FROM EXCHANGES, ’’ •, Chees...

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 November 1914

STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Charles Weirer, aged 60, was found frozen to death beside the unused ware­ house belonging' to the A. & W. rail­ way a t Algoma one day last week. ^ •Ernest Parsons, aged 18, son of , Hen­ ry Parsons of Polar, Langlade county, was accidentally shot and may die. The boy was hunting with his father. The Outagamie county board refused ■to appoint a delegate to confer with committees from other counties rela­ tive to recommending the repeal of cer­ tain freak laws although the minority made a fight-for the issue. *V The Manitowoc county board of su­ pervisors last week purchased 1 2 0 acres of land adjoining the county asylum which, now gives that institution a to1 tal acreage of nine forties. The county board of Kewaunee fixed the value of that county at $22,683,- 789, in which they adopted the report of Assessor of Incomes Dvorak. .The- city of Kewaunee is- valued at $1,636,- S92. ■' ■ Two trainloads of horses for the En­ glish army passed through...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 November 1914

_ . . _ . . . . „ . THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 26, 1914. I PERSONALS Mrs.’ Ed. Pfile left for Green Bay Fri­ day to spend a week or so vesiiing rel­ atives. Mrs. Fred Burlo went to Green Bay Monday to spend a couple* of weeks vis­ iting relatives. Capt. A ugust Rieboldt returned liome from M ilwaukee -Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving w ith his fam ily. Thos. Reynolds o f Jncksonport was a ■visitor in th e city o n Tuesday, during which he- transacted some business. Miss Rnsm'usson underwent an oper­ ation at the People's hospital for a mi- nor complaint and is getting along nicely.' • / / ~ Mrs. L.. R. Mevcdcn artd daughter - Mrs, A llie lv e s w e n t t o : Algoma op Sat- v b rdty. to spend a few days visiting re l­ atives. . Mrs. Boo and son Roy went to For- cstville Tuesday to spend Thanksgiv- ing at, the home of her daughter,. Mrs. Aug. Kolmorgan. .. - “Mrs. H. A. Chandler was confined to her‘hopie and bed during the past week or more by illness, but is able to he...

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 — 26 November 1914

THE STURGEON BAY AjiVOC^TE. NOVEMBER 26,U914, | LOCAL ITEMS. Mfesionayy YSociety—*The Congrega­ tional Missionary society. -Will meet Wiflf Mrs. T. C. Proctor on Tuesday, Decem­ ber 1 • :• : Will Buy Lot—The trustees of the Congregational church are negotiating for the purchase -of the... lot adjoining the church of the west, which when procured is to be beautified and' made attractive to the eye. ' Repairs Completed.—Tlie repairs to the electric light'wires and poles caused by the storm of last week, were finish­ ed the end of the week. ' The loss susu tained on this account by the plant will aggregate, about §300. K , G. B. & W. Lose Suit.—The It, G .B. & W. railway company last week lost a suit in the Brown county circuit court in which the -defendant, Ernest Delveaux, a young boy, was awarded damages to the amount of $6,500 for the loss of one leg and four toes. Bay Freezes Over.—Monday night the bay froze over from the bridge to the canal, but it did not long remain...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 November 1914

THE SlUH(SE0iF.4*AY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 26, 1914, • A COIOB tESSOW. I am leai-nlng a lesson, tho idle. As Idleness coilnts to Jthe sight, Only staring at yonder sun-story— A. prism unbraWIng the light And thinking: how In the earth s rowing Are Various brlffht ■ colors set. To'teach us one beautiful lesson We of ten, too often forget. We shape out our theories, maybe, 7 By sympathy still unconfessed Then wonder how e a c h the Old fatorj Translates in the hue he loves beHt. We, see the Miffhty One better, -V : .T h r o u g h ' beautiful • sky-given- blue, , ••• Condemn : the gay qrangV!u reflection. Or slander the roseate hue. , * Perchance loVlng ' Its gladness shows Hini in our^wiai, A n o th e r , t h r o u g h soft-linte^ shadow, . s e e s i l i m i n t h e v i o l e t ray, . And yet in that white Light beyond us ■ : \\v a ll shall be woven Xnd know why the seven-fold* sunbeam Translated Itself through the rain. [O cean H a ^ a iin e j ~^Y-W/ HANSON DtniHAM • :a The Laughing ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 November 1914

- * _ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 26, 1914, SIISAX TO. W hen you go to: seek your fortune, M y laddie now a t home .W hen you leave the dear old fireside, ' And from Its blessing roam . Go. fo rth , w ith, m anly boldness ' And bid adieu to. fear And when you’ve any thin g to-'say, S p e 'k up th a t all m ay hear. There is no one h alf so likely - To tak e up w ith alloy, And to banish sw eet home lessons , ' As your w avering, fearsom e boy. H e dreads to speak of m other, W hose .counsel should tie’ dear, Qr of f'{ tie r’s sage advice to him, L e st all the w orld should hear. In you r memory, O m y laddie, A picture b rig h t and fair, Keep fo re'er the dear old hom estead T h a t w ith no place w ill compare, , And should tem ptation g reet you,' Keep head and h ea rt both clear And w hen for rig h t you banish wrong, Speak up th a t all m ay hear. W hen you plead fo r God and ju stice, •W here’e r you chance to roam, W hen you stand up fo r your country, Y our kindred ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 26 November 1914

Regular $2.00/ Union Suits ' $1.45 GENUINE BUCKSKlrf^oiifeiD^i Gloves &tia ^ 50c W e say buckskin and its true. ^Cofriels HairrUuderwear^he kind all sizes, our price A case of regular $1.50 Wool Underwear at $1.19 - A s many as you need. Men’s RED W ool Underwear, ex- tr^jquality, and sold by mail y qrcter bouses at $ 1.35, Special / Boys’ and Girls’ Sweaters in all / colors, sizes 22 to 34n, .. • regular 1.00 value, '• . | ' 6 9c ..... Boys’ and Girls’ Sweat­ ers, $1.50 value 95c / Boys’ and Girls’ ' Sweat­ ers, $2.00 value Boys’ and Girls’ Sweat­ ers, $2.50 value Men s nil wool heavy robe knit. Sweaters, sold at 5.00 to V * 7.00, Specials- 3.65 W e have a large stock of each one, of the above lots, but we say,. COME SOON. \\ - ' \\ s.- ■ 1 k L ^ a L ^ W i f i Welcome these goods at such extremely 1 low prices. W e know you’ll be glad 1 to buy when you see them. I COUNTY NEWS ^ DETROIT HARBOR. Oscar Nichol, Robert Ottosen and Chris.- Sorenson.' returned from,\" sailing las...

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