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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 February 1915

■ / THE STURGEON BAY ^ADVOCAtE, FEBRUARY 11,1915, L IN C O L N ’S ONLY, D U EL . B T COL. T . THORPE . r v w v w . The nem ory of Abraham Lincoln'will ■always be popular. Embodying Within him self the humanitarian triumph . of -one of the m ost5 tremendous revolutions itbat ever convulsed the world and there­ of ore possessing all the grandeurs of as- -sociarion th at is accorded to the most , noted personages in history, still lie has never been, an any public act of life, ele-* vattd above the understandings and a f­ fections of the m asses of the people. Kind-hearted and overflowing w ith sym ­ pathy iby nature, yet he was controlled . iv an honesty of purpose that kept him unyielding where principle w as concern­ e d making .him self-poised, amid oppo­ sition, and perfectly self-reliant when th e hour of action arrived, y et in small as w ell as in great matters the inherent humor in his m ental composition pre- vailed. It is easy, therefore, to imagine, that if Mr. Lin...

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 — 11 February 1915

I PERSONALS j %mi. i i l ■''m.mmm. , ....... . .1 ■ . i . . ' / .Mrs. Addie Chapmnn wont to Algoma Wednesday to visit with her sister, Mrs. E. V. Kimball. : Mr.~ and Mrs, Henry Devine went to Kewaunee Monday to attend the funer­ al of Mrs. John Murphy, Mrs. Jessie Landree and daughter Geneva, of Green Bay, are visiting ,nt •the home of Mrs. Peter Peters. Re'vT'AlphXBroens spent a couple of days in Green |?ay the first of the week on pleasure anil business combined. Rhode La Plante was discharged from the hospital an Monday and returned ‘to his home. He is steadily .improving. Mrs. D. W. Hayes returned to her home a t Milwaukee on Monday after a visit with her daughter, Mrs.. Leathern D. Smith, , Among our callers on Monday was Capt. J. J. Rollefson of Chamber's Island light station, who was up/here oh a several day’s visit. •\"■ Oliver Williams returned home S at­ urday after spending a couple of weeks visiting with hie sistdr, Mrs. Alex. Magj li, a t’Kenosha. ” \\ Ed. Reyno...

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 — 11 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRTTARYili, IMS. ' # - f LOCAL ITEMS. Foresters Giving Dancing Party.—.The -members of the Foresters gave a danc­ ing party in their hall on. Tuesday even­ ing. The affair was well attended and a good time enjoyed by all. W. C. T. HI . Meeting.—There were : about thirty members of the W. C. T. U. m et a t the home of Mrs. L. H. Nebel on Tuesday afternoon, the time being most pleasantly spent, in a social way.- Unclaimed Letters.—Letters' remain­ ing unclaimed a t the Sturgeon Bay post- office for the week-ending February 9, are: John Burns, Frank -Louis, Proehn & Stueber Melvin Sehumaker, Henry Treffert. augurated will be an exclusive passenger and freight service, th is will no doubt come whpn the directors believe that the business vgrjrantB ife W. C.~-drawing.—The drawing of tick WEST SIDE and VICINITY Dr Gotham’s Father Dies. ets for-fee Woman club’s entertainm ent ,, ^ an'e* .99tham iather-of\"© !-. L. L- will take nlace at. the WnlHo nn A W...

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 — 11 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY II, 1915. ®5®®®®SXs)®®®®®S®SX^ The Adventures, Perils and Escapes f of the Union Scout of the Mississippi BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ®SS®®®®®SXS®®®® C H A P T E R V I1T. From Johnston tc Grant and Sherman —Night Visits to Generals of the Ar- / my Besieging Vicksburg—Back and Forth Through the Lines. I t avus about the middle of May when- Beil, having recovered from the illness i resulting from bis long walk, left Mom- phis ahA rode to Panola. Finding tlmt Chalmers was still in camp at Abbe­ ville, lie proceeded to that place and re­ ported to him, he supposing tliat Bell ,bad remained until this, time a t Panola. Chalmers sent him immediately to West . Tennessee with dispatches, commanding several scattered guerilla-companies of Richardson's old command, which was now disintegrated, to join Chalmers’ army. One of the officers to whom'Bell delivered dispatches was Colonel Billy Faulkner, known as Kentucky Faulk­ ner, who was afterwar...

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 — 11 February 1915

■ f'B ■a® THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY II 1915. J a m and game. ) WINTER CARE OF MANURE. The greatest leak on the average farm in winter is, that from the ma­ nure heap. As badly as all farmers heed every bit of homemade fertilizer that cap possibly be raked and'scraped up, it is somewhat strange why.jBo much carelessness is practiced in both the' making, and saving of manure. In , al­ most all parts of the country lands must be manured, or fertilized regular­ ly or periodically, to have' thdm in con­ dition to produce paying crop® When the home supply is exhausted JL is all right to buy fertility, or plant fobd, whenever it can be (procured cheapest, but it isn’t good farming to let our barnyard manure go to waste, and then buy commercial fertilizers to make up the deficiency. . The most important thing the farmer can do for the next few months is to . look' carefully after the manure supply. Let it ibq much or little that is made, let as little as possible go to w...

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 — 11 February 1915

3 V s \"ff.C ' \\ . . . - , 4 ^ ) - '.^ \" '' 9 ? THEi STORGEQN’ ^ A y - ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 11, 1015. / / \" ' COUNTY NEWS Given Bring in those green envel­ opes in which we deliver your films and prints. For the largest num ber received at 4 p. m., Dec. 24,. 1915, we will give a' ' ' $5 Camera. To the n e x t highest in number we will give a $3 To the next highest a $ 2 W e will also giye a Film to the one having the largest num­ ber at 4 p. m. the end of eyery month. Rieboldt / Studio P l i p n e : Over Stiles' Soda Crackers, lb..j& . . 6 c Ginger Snaps, lb.. 7c Coffee, lb. I miihtjpr /-of yMrs'Tigo. ’ I t yjas thoji “known us the Mielmels factory. The new factory' is- to be ready forxthe re­ ceipt of milk by the first of March. Mr. DETROIT’ HARBOR I Robinson also owns another factory on Mrs. Win. Jess is on the sick list. the other side h fto w n wluch h e j i l l , * continue in operation and it is expeet- Tlie annual masquerade , a t Nelson’s .jgf . Delcorps will run the...

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 — 18 February 1915

Well Worth It. Th&Advo(iteB$l BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERS NEAT jP^^OR* j A - OFFICE STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1915.NO. 47 YEAR | | | MARINE NEWS Burger Yards Busy. Prospects for a busy season at the Burger shipyards . are exceptionally bright. Besides the construction of the ' Nelson yacht and the rebuilding of the Steffens yacht of Chicago, now under way, the firm has contracted for the construction of the following boats: ' :A passenger boat for Frank Martere- nek, Chicago, 65 feet long and 17-foot beam, equipped with a 75-horse power Kahlenberg engine. This is the seventh boat of this kind built for that firm, to ply between the Randolph street dock and Lincoln park, Chicago. For F. R. Cooney, Chicago, in the same line of business, a - gasoline passenger boat, 38 feet in length, 10-foot ibeam, equipped with an 18Jhorse power en­ gine. . A fish boat for Grodmander & John­ son,' Washington Harbor, 40 feet in length and 10-foot beam, equipped with an l&a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 18, 1915. Sturgeon lga$ Hfcvociate .Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon ’ Bay, Wis. Entered in the Post-fTiee at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., a s second-class m atter. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year .. S ix m onths ., Four months Tw o months ..$1.50 .. .75 .. .50 Single Copies . — — . 05 ’Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business’ Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., February 18, 1913. EDITORIAL . George J». Weigle of Milwaukee was confirmed as state dairy and food com­ missioner to succeed J. Q. Emery, tlie .vote standing IS to 12. ' People who are w ant to circulate de ' {amatory stories about business men or - individuals are reminded th at there is on the statue books a gossip law tliat subjeots them to a fine and imprison' ment on conviction. From the number of unemployed re 'ported in the large cities we are lead to the belief th at the world does not give everybody an opportunity to earn a liv­ ing. But it was...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 18, 1915. WAStilNGIOH'S BIRTHDAY IN 1796 When was • Washington’s ' birthday first publicly celebrated? The first men­ tion th a t can be found is th at which was made in the Boston Chronicle un­ der the date of February 20, 1790. Strange as it m ay seem there was considerable discussion of the propriety ■of celebrating the birthday with the parade of m ilitary companies and ban-* quets. Some sturdy Republicans felt th at it savored too much of that thing which they had sacrificed so much to Abolish—royalty,‘and until aftey W ash­ ington’s death there was no official pub­ lic celebration of the day. “The president’s birthday,” says the Chronicle in a brief notice -in -an ob­ scure comer of the paper, “was-.cele­ brated on Monday last by a number of gentlemen among whom were the judg­ es of the supreme court, the attorney- general and the clergy, partook of\" an elegant entertainment a t Vila’s. A so-* ciety of victualers partook of a cold ...

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 — 18 February 1915

THE STURGEON^ BAY ADVOCATE* FEBRUARY 18, 1915. f PERSONALS Mrs.* Joseph McLaughlin of- Sevasto­ pol is visiting relatives and frS^ids^Sn the city this week. : J. G. Ollinger returned home from WJilwoukee Monday after, a few days spent there on business. • Mrs. Clarence Checsctnan returned borne Monday evening after .a visit at _ -Marinette for a week Or so. Mrs. Jacob Noll -went to Algoma Mon- : \"day to spend a day or ' two with rela-* tives, returning homo Tuesday. ’ Walter Oertling of Milwaukee is vis- biting friends in the’ city for a we ing arrived Saturday evening. Sain. D. Hastings, Jr., of Green Bay, was in the city Tuesday on business, Bo-* ing a representative of the Barkhausen Oil Co. A. C. Greaves, wcnt_to .Milwaukee on Friday ton tten d 'a meeting-'of tjie Sturr goon' Bay Orchard i.Co.. and the Pemn8uj la Land Ccvof which lie ie a stockholder, lie w ill, also visit Ft. Atkinson before returning home, the trip being ortc en­ tirely of business. . Mrs. W. L. Ives, Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARYM 'U. \"~r ' s , 1^ 15. | LOCAL ITEMS. Episcopal . Services. — Rev' *■' Horatio Gates will hold Episcopal servicesMn the Odd Fellow’s hall on Sunday fiipriiin\", February 21, a t 10:45. f Washington’s Birthday.—On Monday next occurs Washington’s-birthday. The event is observed to a larger extent each year, and this will be no exception to the rule. , ’■-*. , Unclaimed Letters.—L etters remain­ ing unclaimed a t the Sturgeon BajTpbstr* 'office for the week ending February 13, are:- Marie Bozdick, Mrs. Cunard, Jos­ ephine Mage. • ' Lent.—Yesterday was . Ash Wtednes- day, the first day of, tjie Lenten season. The winter has been a lively one in a social way, and the public can afford to take a rest for a period of forty days. - Enlarged Quarters.—John B. Davis has had hisr-office enlarged and improved to accommodate his constantly increase ing trade -in-the flour, feed and seed lin#. He now has light, roomy and comforta- bio quarters. ' Ice Boat...

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 — 18 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 1915. The Adventures, Perils and Escapes § of the Union Scout of the Mississippi CHAPTER IX. In and Out of the Lines-Again—Private and Confidential Interview with Gen. - Johnston, - and Another- with Gen. Sherman—An Embarrassing Though Agreeable— Companion—A Strategic Illness and Surreptitious Night-ride. Riding, o u t under the stars from the lines of the. Union arm y besieging Vicks- \"burg, Bell picked his way as well as he could'through the maze of fallen trees which had been throw n across all t he, paths in the vicinity for the purpose o f p artly protecting the pickets front sud­ den dashes of Confederate cavalry. He w ent about among the tim ber w ithout keeping very, regularly Upon th e road, b u t the night being clear and light, he w as enabled to preserve a uniform course in the direction of the headquarters Of Jackson’s scouts a t H allonian's. „ I t was in th e la tte r p a rt o t June, and though the day had ibeeri w arm , the nig...

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 — 18 February 1915

_J______________________________ L____ ? _ ' THE STUfaHjpg BAY A& V^AtE, FEBRUARY 18, 1915. 7— - I ~-~ A DAKOTA HERO : “Well, Jim /T don’t know what you Intend to do in tie matter, but I guess it’s time to strike.” s , “Strike what ?” returned: his compan •ion, rather surlily.' “Look here,” replied Eric, getting up from the table where he had been eat­ ing a scanty meal of bread and green tea,- “you know well enough what I mean. That fellow has cumbered this claim of Peters long .enough. Many’s the talk you and I have had about it, and we agreed that if Peters didn’t come back from Ontario- mighty quick and make his title good-we wouldn’t be put . -off any longer. Peters is simply a spec­ u la to r. He doesn’t intend to settle, and he lias put this old man Jacobs on his place to hoodwink the government. Be­ sides, what good is Jacobs on it anyway? Peters is doing far too well at his trade ever to come back. Moreover, you may bet your bottom dollar on this—if we . don’t grab i...

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 — 18 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE/FEBRUARY 18, 1915 MARINE NEWS [Continued from first page.] EARLY NAVIGATION. The early history of the lise and pro­ gress of navigation is .Very obscure ' umong western nations .before the intro­ duction of the mariner’s compass,\" the only practical means of navigation of ships was to ncep in sight of land, or \"occasionally, for short distances, to di­ rect the ship’s course by referring to the sun or stars this very 1 ough mode of procedure failed in cloudy weather and even in short voyages in the Med­ iterranean in such circumstances the navigation generally became hopelessly bewildered as to his position.\" Over the China sea-and Indian ocean the steadi ness in direction of the monsoons (the : winds of the Indian ocean ■which blow - from S. W. from April to October, and from N. E. the rest of the year,) were Yfrj’ soon observed, and toy running di­ rectly before the wind vessels in those localities were able to traverse long dis­ tances out of....

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 — 18 February 1915

THE STURGEoi BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 19, 1915. •c 4fej| ' -*S ft J a m t e 4 e n aw l gome. WHY W E SPRAY Some thirty or more years ago spray-1 lug of plants was practically unknown. Today it is one of the most im portant of the operations th at a fruit grower must go through with in order to place a perfect product upon the market. Dis­ eases and insects destructive to fruit production have so enormously increased during the past two decades th at man is forced to fight them or else abandon fruit production as a profitable business. The great increase of our insect and fungous foes is due to several causes. One of these is th a t as the acreage of any crop is increased, so are its enemies increased. This is a law of nature and cannot be controverted. Another very • potent reason for the widespread in­ crease of insects and diseases is better method of transportation. R ivers' of great size, lakes, oceans, mountains and deserts used to present impassable h ar­ rier to the spread o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 February 1915

, • 'S ' THE a STURGEON, P A Y :ADVO J ... , ‘ • ,gjgg. FEBRUARY. 18, . 1915. . / SSfii ll l l -I V X M m i l l l l l H O You Spend a Dime Ask For Rosenberg’s Cash Trading Stamps. Here are the firms who „ give the stamps: 31. Huxford Bassett’s Shimmel The Jeweler Scofield Co. H. J. Hahn Squier Grocery Home Bakery Rogan Grocery Sawyer Hardware Co. Rosenberg’s Double Trading Stamps every day in ' —— the year. T rip le Trading Stamps every Saturday Five Stamps for O ne on Dividend Elfhy, the 1 Oth of every month, by presenting the Dividend Certificate which appears in the local papers before the 10th % of each month. A Book Full „ is worth $1.00 in trade. We Help You fill the books—50 stamps with every new book. Watch us do it/. C A S H * 1 Talksi Harsh . acting impure soaps are undoubtedly the ‘ cause of many skin diseases. No matter how finely per- fumedsuch“soap\"should~be^ avoided/ Make sure by using soap from our store, r W e give and redeem - Rosenberg's Trading Stamps. : : : : :...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 February 1915

When Making Your Purchases, You’ll Make No Mistake in Patronizing Our Advertisers BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK H E kS VOL: 53 NO. 48 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. .FEBRUARY 25, 1915. . nIsat -jQBJSrORIt AT ' / THIS OFFICX $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS 'THE SEAMAN BILL. W-ord reached Cleveland from Wash- , Ington, D. C., last week th at the confer- ees on the Seaman bill have decided to retain the clause providing for three crews forward. This is the one meas- ure th a t the bulk freight men w ill. feel. The result of th a t provision will be that lookouts and wheelsmen will not work on the. double shift of six hours on find six hours off as heretofore but will ■work probably eight hours off and four on. As reported yesterday by private ■ advices, the Seaman bill will cause the engine-room crews, firemen and forward - crews to be put on- w hat is known as th e three crew system. U ntil the bill is reported out—it is understood to be in the printers’ hands now—the exact effect it will have...

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 — 25 February 1915

S turgeon Bap HOvocate P u b li s h e d E v e r y T h u r s d a y a t S tu r g e o n ..Bay, IV is. S in te re d in t h e P o st.-fllce a t S tu r g e o n B a y , W is., a s s e c o n d -c la s s 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 $1,50 Six months .............. .75 F o u r m o n th s _. ............ 50 T w o m o n th s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .’25 S in g le . C o p ie s . . . . . . J . . . . . . . . .05 T w o d o lla r s w ill b e c h a r g e d ‘ i f n o t paid w ith in th e y e a r. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Day .Wis., February 25,-1915. EDITORIAL Even the weather man is - becoming popular “these, days.' Critics of the ground-liog will please come forward and npologize. ' ’ Bishop Fox is' reported. to be serious- ly iil, nnd it is 'doubtful if he will live to see his successor elected . This is sad news to his many friend in this part of the state. Pope Benedict' has : designated March 21 as a day of prayer for peace...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 February 1915

A&pj+J.-. . V c- THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCA1®, FEBRUARY 25,1915. m Two cases of hoof and mouth\"disease Jiave been reported in Lafayette coun­ ty- ' . - . . Fourth of his family to commit sui­ cide in the last ten years, Henry Smith, a.'1 prosperous tanner of La Crosse, Wls., .is dead. .. Kewaunee’s new $100,000 school build­ ing has been completed- and was turned over to the local school authorities last •week. Peter Zarnik,j-werity-two years ■member of the Manitowoc police 'force, died of heart failure as he was leaving his home. . A year,, ago he retired on a pension. - ■' .y Last of a family of fifteen which came from Norway together,' Miss .Bar­ bara Fylken, a resident, of Manitowoc for forty years, is dead. She was 81 years dd. : ■ v:' for a time was clerk jo w a 8teambo.it plying the St. Croix river. Ho held var­ ious village offices. Daniel Washburne, pioneer \"hotel ma« of Wisconsin, shot and killed\" himself at Lake Geneva, Wis., Thursday. Finan­ cial troubl...

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 — 25 February 1915

f PERSONALS Mrs. Chas. Sampsoir went to Gijocii Bay Saturday to spend a few davS- vfsj ■ itin g . relatives. Mrs. A. W. Slaughter nrrLved in the c ity Saturday morning on her way to her home at Ephraim. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Augustine went to' Kewaunee Monday to spend a /ew .daya on business and pleasure. Capt. Mark Holt went to Green Bay Monday morning to spend a: few days on business and pleasure. Ellis Stockdykc came hom e. Tuesday from Marinette, where lie ' had been vis- .iting for some time. ' Clayton Graef returned to his home a t Palmyra, Wis., after spending a few days here visiting relatives. Mrs. Walter W ocrfel and baby are spending the week visiting w ith her M mother at Baileys Harbor. V Mrs Sarah Worley and daughter Ida :: w ent to Green Bay Saturday morning, •f returning home Monday evening. 1 ^Archie'* Stroh arrived here from Chi- - cago the latter part of the week to spend a week or tw o visiting relatives. John Augustine is able to be around again after having been...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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