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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 January 1915

7 7 ' Advertising in The Advocate is Bhnafide, and is Not Inserted to Fill Space. BEING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HEkS NEAT JOB WORK AT THIS OFFICE VOL. 53 NO. 44 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, RY 28, 1915. A YEAR Governor MARINE NEWS | CHICAGO MARINE. , The Erie-R. R. river carferry line now has a new carferry junction, same be* Ing at 18 th street bridge. Mr. Piper, who formerly was with the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Co., is now sup­ erintendent of the Marine Iron works of this port. The schooner Mary Gregory still has ■considerable of her cargo of potatoes left on board, there being not much of a, demand for this product at present.. The old schooner George L. Wrenn is still lying up in the north branch of the river. Her spare are still standing but she. is full of water and is slowly crumbling to pieces. The Great Lakes D. & D. Co. fleet.of dredges, tugs and scows are being thor­ oughly overhauled, both machinery and hulls receiving caieful attention. , The work is in charge of Roy...

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 — 28 January 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 28, 1915. S tu rg e o n B a ? H&voeate P ublished Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay. IVls. B n tered in the Post-fflee a t Sturgeon 1 Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: O ne year Bbc m onths •.*■ 1 F o u r m onths .Two- m onths . . . $1.50 . . . .76 . . . .60 8 lng le Copies ................................................- Tw o dollars will be charged if _not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., January 28, 1915. EDITORIAL Slippery walks reminds one of busi­ ness—picking up. Flour is liigh and going higher, and th e w o rst of it is'th a t the farmers, nor any one else outside of the speculators and gamblers, got any: benefit. ’A bill to prohibit the non-resident students' from voting in Madison lias been introduced. It should be passed. 'Outsiders having no interest in a com­ m unity should not be given the privi­ lege of dictating its policies. . There is to be an attem pt to...

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 — 28 January 1915

'Ji£- *HK STURGEON BAT ADVOCATlvJANUARY 28, 1915. \\ A SARD V INTER. - The question was, should Dick remain iat school? “I'm afraid you’ll have to give it up, Dick, my boy. I ’m sorry,* old fellow, b u t there doesn’t seem to be a way out And mamma and myself have talked it oyer and over until we are exhausted. I t breaks my heart to disappoint you, Dick.” It was papa who spoke, rather sorrowfully. Dick Hanford was standing beside his father, with an arm thrown . lovingly ■over the latter’s shoulder. . Mr. Han­ ford was very pale and, thin, and had a languid appearance. He was, in fact, recovering from a long siege of rheu- . m atic fever, which had drained the lit­ tle family of its savings, and owing to which Mr. Hanford had lost his posi­ tion. It, would be many weeks before he could undertake another place, even if one could easily be hmnd, which was •doubtful. In the meantime Mrs.\" Hanford and Eva were supporting the family. Eva painted scarfs, vases, cups and saucers, s...

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 — 28 January 1915

7THg STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 28, 19X5. PERSONALS Mrs. Thos.. Tpscland was quite ill for several days the past week with 3H 80-* vc3re attack of tonsilitis. 51 , - Miss Minda Anderson of Ephraim is visiting with her sister, Mrs. G. R. Egc- land for a week-or so. Joseph W oltcr attended a meeting of the Wisconsin Dock and Dredge Go. at Sheboygan the past week. , Otto Nelson is spending the week at : Milwaukee visiting relatives, his wife having proceeded him a couple of weejm .' *S°v ' Mrs. Jacob Jacobs has been confined to hcr'fi'Cd'Und home several days the past week, by a severe-attack .of broit- ehitis. !7 ':' ® Peter J^ McCormick went to Watson, Mich., the latter part.:of' the week to ■■\"■'..visit' relatives and look after some busi- . ness matters. Rhode La Plan'te, who has been under treatm ent at the hospital for the past ■week or so, is getting along-nicely, and expects soon to be able to return home. ]/\" Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wagcner are this 7 week visiting ...

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 — 28 January 1915

THE STURGEON BAY AlVp JANUARY 28, 1915^ '■J- | LOCAL ITEMS, j . Putting on New Stack.—The = Wash­ burn \" planing mill is being fitted out with a new stack, the old one having within the vteek been taken d ow n .t... Rebekah Installation.—There will be installation 'of officers of the Rebekah lodge on Tuesday evening, Feb. 2, and ' all members are urgently requested to attend. x ' •1 \" Unclaimed Letters.—Letters remain­ ing unclaimed at the Sturgeon Bay post- office .for the week en-ding Jan. 20, are: Rev. P. Herb, Miss Julia Johnson, Gus. Nelson, Mrs. J. P. Sedmihredsky.- Auto Delivery Next Spring.—The L. M. Washburn Co. has closed a deal for a Ford delivery car and same will be used in.. that capacity as soon' as the weather will permit In the spring. Other merchants in the city are also fig­ uring-on'putting on auto deliveries in the spring. Snow Kills Ice Boating.—The heavy snow storm, of Friday had the effect of spoiling the iceboating on ' the bay. It did not spoil the s...

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 — 28 January 1915

1HB STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 28, 1915, CHAPTER VI. T!ie Strategic Use of W hiskey—From Johnston to G rant—H eadquarters of th e F uture Commander-in-chief— A E u rsuit-rC apture of Jackson, Miss. The Adventures, Perils and Escapes | of the Union Scout of the Mississippi B Y GEORGE W AKEM AN S®®®®SX3®@XS)®®S)(l)®®® “I t certainly ought to be,” said Bell, “I got it a t the office.” “Look here,” said Noonan, producing another pass from Panola, and pointing to th e signature, “don’t you see a d if­ ference in the w riting of th a t nam e?” “I see th a t there is a~ difference,” re ­ plied Bell. “Perhaps it w as filled o u t by sonic clerk in the office.” “ W ell, I slinll be obliged to tak e you in custody,” said Noonan. “W hen I get to Jackson, I w ill tu rn you over to the post commander.” “All right,\" said Bell w ith indiffer- once “I am known to th e post com­ mander a t Jackson, and he will assure you th a t it is all rig ht.” •At Grenada, L ieutenant N oonan se...

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 — 28 January 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JANUARY 28, 1915. ,gam (Baden and ^mt. t h e p r u n in g o f f r u it t r e e s . It should be remembered that the healing process in trees cannot begin ' during late autumn or winter, as the processes of the tree are- then practi­ cally dormant. Moreover, the bark at the edges of wounds often dies back in the winter, thus seriously delaying heal­ ing. Therefore unless for some special reason the best time rfto prime woody tpees is in spring while they are still dormant. ' The- more rapidly a wound- heals, the less is the 'chance of decay­ ing bark or wood: The pruner should well understand ^ for what purpose he intends to prune,' whether it be for in­ creased wood production to induce fruit bearing to . remove injured or superflu­ ous parts to attain some desirable shape or to insure larger' or better fruits. The pruning of a young tree should differ widely from tliat'&fi a ma- ture .specimen, since growth varies with age.. Young trees usually t...

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 — 28 January 1915

^ j \\ ^ ' - jor-vC z t c * * a At ' ' , M*ss^r^, , , , , ' v , ' ' 1 ^ (fV fi •*»« &’ 5i!S«'Kj r *“ \" J 1 * ‘‘- 3lSr* -«• \" **=■ *fTv !. 1 ' ■ “ “ „K' ■‘‘-,J ^ • • - - Nr.., * -,, f.®. ,. . - . j ■ ... ^ , ' -{ ' ’ 7‘ ~ „ l _ ’-:vr.- ’STfrRQEttN ^^AI)VOCAJR. X A N ^t# ^ m s. ' 4- - i , /„V wrrt,Ttyr Overcoat Wouldn’t YOU like to own an OVERCOAT of fine quality, latest style, expert workmanship—an overcoat that has Service and Go to it? ^ If you have been waiting for an offer of this kind now is your change to get .one at fcxtrCITIGly Low Prices. Kerseys, Cashmeras, Chinchillas. Regular $17.00 Coats a t. ...............■ 13.00 “ “ ................. 10.00 “ \"..................... 6.75 9.00 “ “ 4.75 at........ Half Off ■■■ v-^aw.hdziiJigMagigsaa Do not forget to go to Church Sunday,-Feb. 7, ana every Sunday thereafter. COUNTY NEWS SISTER BAY. Andrew Roeser is not as well as usual this winter. . Jj, Larson, salesman . for Marinette concern, was in town Monda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 February 1915

Feb. 7th is Go-T6-Church Sunday” Dtf You? Part to Make It a Grand Success. BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HEkR WORK JjA y: \\p': ■ AT m i s OFFICE VOL. 53' NO. 45 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THtJBSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1915. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS INVENTS BOAT LOWERING VICE. DE- Atjgust T. Nelson, a Former Resident of This City Has Perfected Something That Looks Good to Mariners. T he Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin publishes the following, together w ith a picture of the apparatus, of a patent boat lowering device th a t 10 the brain w ork of August T. Nelson, a former Sturgeon Bay resident: “The device consists of a transfer ta ­ ble and elevator combined. The table, which shuttles athw art ship, is fitted w ith grooved rails to correspond with a series of other rails running the length of the boat deck. The boat saddles, in­ stead of being fastened to the deck as ■at present, are mounted on small wheels traveling in the grooved rails which bold them securely. . “When a boat is wanted a latch is...

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 — 4 February 1915

V THE STURGEOR BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 4, 1915. ^Sturgeon Bas BOvocate w — _____________ iorm nieaemtr we nariy to one ivnri xor - Harsh- Joking. It’s only a professional joker who would pretend to believe flour is'rising cxeukc iheir ineonsistenw \"by the state- 90 f ^ t that bakers will not need to put mcnt that as there is no law to this ef- yeast ,n 4he dough -M.lwaukee Wis feet of course they ‘are not boundr to con8ln- respect the pledge. The fact o f-th e c . . g . the Sotur ntetter is that they feared the-Repub- ... , ,, ,, - 7 , g' , .. ■ j. • ‘ , We shall all rejoice to hear the rob- SKT \" ’ \" -------- t v --,........beans were going to win and wanted . , . . . . ., „ , l^urmm o ^ V V io to try and get something into their !n - “ J* more, but the lay-of/the Tw o. m o n th s ............ .26 ,a tf i rm tIla\\ w o tlId to t h e Vo t- !,e n ' V1U b,n n g c v c \" heater jo y t o our nra V n „ n m in .it* th n t heilrt8 l n d m 0re Ca8h 40 our p o c k e t ■ , U A tU D i: u...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 February 1915

STURGEON BAT ABTOCAi'K, FEBRUARY 41915., The Need of Horticultural Experiment Stations In Wisconsin. BY H. R. HQLAND About a dozen years ago I visited the ifamous strawberry king, Mr. Kellogg a t Three Rivers, Mich. When he learn­ ed that I was from Door county, Wis.^ le said : “If I were a young man again I would jgo north into your county and grow ap- .ples’.’ • “Is that necessary,” I said. “Michigan is one of the greatest apple growing states. Why not grow them here?” \"Sure we can grow apples here,” he replied. “But what about their quality? I don’t know whetlier it is your climate, •or your soil, or what it is* but your 'Wisconsin .apples have a superior flavor which if the industry was properly fos­ tered and protected would make Wiscon­ sin one of the most profitable and larg­ est apple state in the union.” _ I believe nearly all apple growers who frequently indulge in the experiment of sampling specimens of the same apple grown in. different parts of the country will agr...

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 — 4 February 1915

t^ i b s t u r g e o n b a y a d v o c a t e , F e b r u a r y * 4, 191s. ( PERSONALS v \"■■'.I Kay Anco 011 Monday, underwent.' an operation for the removal of his ton- Mis.' - Miss Josic Bell arrived here within the week and is the guest of Miss Mar- . garofc' Kemillard. Rudolph Seidemann of Algoma ivas in the city Friday night, returning .home the day following. M rs. II. A. Stiles returned home M on­ day from Chicago where she had been for several weeks on a visit. : Mrs. James MeArdle of Baileys H ar­ bor is a t the Driscoll home, where Bhe is receiving medical treatment. Miss Mary Weis left last week, for Milwaukee where she has -entered the employ of the T. A. Chapman Co. Miss Josio Garland returned to Chica­ go on Saturday after spending a couple of months with relatives in this city. Sam Newman of - Algoma returned home Monday after spending a few days in the county lookng after some busncss ntcrests. -1 Mrs. Y. V. Dreutzcr and son Carl went to Green Ray Saturday mor...

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 — 4 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 4, 1915. S t! | LOCAL ITEMS, j D orcaa^oriety.^T he Dorcas’ r _r, will meet wltH M m Mabel Riebolat'' Tuesday evening, February D. Take Examination.—Sylvester Dono­ van took the civil service examination for the cadetship a t W est Point, which was held a t Green Bay on Saturday. Appointed Postmistress.—Mrs. May Kinzie has received the appointment of postmistress of Fish Creek, the official notice having been received within the week. | Work on Bridge.—The railroad com­ pany put . a ‘crew of men a t work on the bridge the first of the week, and they will replace the turntable with new m a­ chinery. This will be heavier and adapted to electric power. W. C. T. U. Meeting.—The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. L. H., Nebel on TficBdiiy'afternoon next, February 0. The subject to be discussed will • be “Reminescences of Francis Willard,” lead by Miss H arriet Reynolds. Home Talent.—A home talent play is to be given in the near future under the auspice...

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 — 4 February 1915

^ I H E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY -*, 1915. The Adventures, Perils and Escapes | of the Union Scout of the Mississippi BY GEORGE WAKEMAN CHAPTER VII. . , From Jackson .to Memphis—Carrying the Tidings of Victory—Sixty „• Miles on Foot. A s'th e scout saw the loved banner roll forth from the dome of the Missis­ sippi State House with a joyous swell and flutter, the flush of sunlight upon it seeming almost to reflect its brilliant hues against the transparent blue of the sky, a feeling of wild exultation thrilled linn, th at was in consonance with and was enhanced by the .bright-1 . ness of the day, the beauty of the'sem e, and the balmy sweetness of the breeze th at blew through pleasant and blos­ soming regions. The object of his expedition into the interior of Mississippi being accomplish­ ed, he determined to return immediate­ ly to Hurlbut, and bear to him, if pos­ sible, the first news of the fall of Jack­ son, and'the success thus far of Grant’s movement on Vicksburg...

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 — 4 February 1915

!±“j±U2. Adams and Clay at G hent Historical Factsrponcerning Men W ho Were Members of the American Commission at the Treaty of G hent ~ By PROF. W. T. ANDERSON. —: The negotiations which closed the W ar of 1812 are remarkable for'sev* eral reasons, but none of the circum­ stances is more remarkable than the re­ lations between John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay, two of the three really great men who signed th at convention on the part of th e United States. The task of winning over the British to an agreement was hardly less difficult than th a t of reconciling the differences of the ' American commissioners. “Adams and . Clay, though utterly distinct iff tem ­ perament, had one thing in common, an irascible temper. Adams was severe | and uncompromising in his opinions • Clay waB hasty iff judgment and free of speech. The two kept the councils of the Americans in a ferment bordering on a perpetual wrangle. Mr. Adams and Mr. Clay acted upon each other as ex­ plosives. To keep, t...

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 — 4 February 1915

CHE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 4,1913. ' , / . THE JOINED BY BELL TELEPHONE LINE ■ _ ‘ . j i - President ValPs Engineers Make It Possible “For President Wilson- to Send His Voice Across the Continent Instantly. -8ELL, VAIL AND WATSON, CREATORS OF TELEPHONE, - » 'v. EXCHANGE GREETINGS OVER 4,400-MILE CIRCUIT Pubilo Officials of Cities on Two Coasts Take Part In Celebration and Conaratulate One Another on New Bond .Established Between East and WesL , S New York, January 25.—The com- pletion ot the long distance telephone line between New York and San Fran­ cisco was celebrated today.' First, this city, had speech with her California neighbor, 3,400 miles away. Then the w ires th at swing southward from New York brought W ashington and San Francisco into telephonic touch. On down the coast to little Jekyl Island opposite Georgia, they car­ ried the Golden Gate’s greeting. To th e North, Boston, the birthplace of the telephone, talked across the con­ tinent. At the White Hous...

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 — 4 February 1915

- ...” : ■ « n « e w i m ^ V A W t ! A « a n t r A ^ A 'P V ' D r t i n m n w - * . '* . \\ . -I.. THB STDRGEOH BAY ADVdCATE, FEBRUARY 4, 1915. PREPARE NOW FOR DEAR EGGS NEXT FALL. . If the farmer wishes to benefit, by the high prices that eggs are certain to tiring next fall and winter, he should begin to get\" ready for them at once, say the poultry specialists. The way to have eggs late in the year is to hatch pullets early. It is the early hatches from which the early pulfets ayfc deriv­ ed that are the largest money makers for the poultry . producer. The early hatched cockerels can be marketed in . almost any market in America when ■they attain a weight of three-fourths of a pound to a pound and a half each, which they should reach at about 6 to 10 weeks of age, respectively, at a great er profit to the producer than at any other time of their lives. The early hatched pullets, . if properly grown, should begin to lay in the fall at the ■time when eggs are scarce and h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 February 1915

Every Time You Spend a Dime Ask For Rosenberg’s Cash Trading Stamps Here are the firms who give them: A. Huxford Bassett’s Shimmel The Jeweler Scofield Co. H. J. Hehn Squier Grocery Home Bakery Rogan Grocery Sawyer Hardware Co. Rosenberg’s Dividend Certificate Present this on Dividend Day, Wednesday, Feb. 10, and get 5 Stamps for 1. Void after above date. — a t — Rosenberg's Dept. Store Bassett’s Drug Store. Shimmel The Jeweler C A S l C A S H (50 TO CHURCH SUNDAY, FEB. 7 All The Way up to the top of high-class wbrk5 in Photography we heiy.e have climbed. 'W e make a specialty of gr Children. Bring your little ones here this' week and let us record a picture: story of their childhood in our Ar­ tistic Photographs. They will make ideal Valentine Greetings. Rieboldt Studio Phone 2682 Over Stiles’ Remember, “Oo-to-Ohuroh Sun* day” Im Feb. 7 th. Go To Church Sunday! And Don’t Forget / We Pay Cash For Maple : Beech Poplar Birch Balm of Gilead / M ust be above 10 inches*■ J. G. OLLINGE...

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 — 11 February 1915

The Advocate is $1.50 a Year, and i i* - f '•Â» '-V ir It. t|^e Jime. BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HEkS KEAx 0B WOR* AT THIS OFFIC* VOL. 53 NO. 46 . STURGEON BAY,. WIS., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I I , i 9 15. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS STB. IOWA CRUSHED BY ICE. Sunk on Thursday Morning to u r Mil6s North of Chicago Harbor Crew Reaches Shore Safely. . The steamer Iowa, C ap t.O .E . Stuf­ flebeam, was the victim of an-ice jam on Thursday morning, and now. lies at the hott.om of L.iko Michigan four mil ms NNE of Chicago harbor. According to tlie.scory told by Cant. StufBcbeam, the Iowa left Racine about midnight on 'Wednesday, following the steamer Racine out, which was in turn in the wake of the steamer Alaihama that had preceded them some time be­ fore. Things went all right until the. mishap, although the boats were obliged to force their way through heavy ice most of the way. The Iowa was a cou­ ple of hundred feet behind the Racine all the way. Suddenly she came to a dead stop, when about...

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 — 11 February 1915

THE, STURGEON BAT& ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 11, 1915. Sturgeon 36a? H&vocate -Published E very Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls. K ntered In the Post-flice a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as second-class m atter. KATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year ...................... . . . . . . . . .$1.50 S ix m onths . . . . . . » . . . . . . . . .V ...» .75 F our m onths — .......... .50 Two m onths ..................... . . . . ................ 25 Single Conies ----- : ........... 05 • Two dollars will he charged if .not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., February 11, 1015. premc. court when it deciaca 'th at woman was as /amendable, to the law as the man in the prosecution of the Mann white slave act. While the law is in tended to protect the innocent and un­ wary. it has been used as a means of blackmail by designing and immoral women. The-decision will put an end to this practice and at- the sam e time be'available when needed for the pun­ ishment of the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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