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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 February 1915

i . {THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 25,1915. | LOCAL ITEMS. Unclaimed IlettKfSr^^V^j^rem iijn- ' ing unclaimed at tile Sturgeon ‘Bay.,pps^j’ office for the week ending Febfuary 23. are: Arthur Home, H. H. Metz, R. U. Onit, A. Van Lozhen. ' W, F. M. Society.—The Woman’s For­ eign Missionary society wilLmeet with M ss Nettie Moore at the home of Mrs Arthur Rieboldt on Wednesday, March 3. All members are urged to be pres­ ent. Receives Appointment.—Lars P. Otto sen has received the appointment ‘of postmaster of Washington Harbor. •This will be pleasing news to the peo­ ple on the Island served by this office, as there was a report to the effect that this office wag to be discontinued. Marriage Licenses.—The following marriage licenses were issued by Coyn ty Clerk Herlache within the week JpBeph Rohr, Kewaunee, and Mary Jen- nerjohn, Nasewaupee Herman Boes, Se vastopol, and Hattie Voigt, Nasewau- pee. ,! ■■' !,•! - ’ . In County Court.—The following mat ter was disposed of ...

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 — 25 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. I The Adventures, Perils and Escapes I of the Union Scout of the Mississippi CHAPTER X. A Quick.Encounter, and a Decisive Re­ sult—Warning a Union Spy—Danger and Fear of Discovery. : Z: As the sq,out rode leisurely on inthe,' direction of Grenada, soniewliat otpfess- ' ed by. the heat of the day,, with the or­ der in liis pocket directing liini to . re­ port to General Chalmers, and cbgita.tj ing upon his future movements,-lie was overtaken by a Confederate courier, who was also on his way to Grenada. , The cars had ceased to run upon th e Missis­ sippi Central road, and this- had ren­ dered it necessary to send dispatches by special \"messenger. He \"'as a thick set red-faced’ man, armed with revolvers, and riding a white horse. Bell being always oh the alert for in­ formation, rode beside him ,'.and . soon became engaged in . intimate conversa­ tion with him. The messenger had a very higli sense of his own itnportance iuid inter...

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 — 25 February 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 25, .IMS. \\ ' - GIVING ASSISTANCE TO PIGGY. If the government shpuld compile sta­ tistics showing the proportion of little pigs lost at farrowing, what would you guess? As every farmer who ever rais­ ed swim has had his own troubles, the. chances are that a majority would guess that less than half the pigs brought into the world are raised to shoathood. A prominent breeder in a western state sent me some pedigrees to inspect before shipping some registered stock. Pedigrees require the breeder to state the number of pigB farrowed and raised by each sow. It was something of a Shock to learn iliat on a high-class farm only ten pigs were raised out of twenty- five farrowed by three sows. This rate of mortality is worse' than that from cholera. Mother Nature is on to her job all right .until meddling, supernatural man comes along and upsets the balance of power. Among other unnatural tilings he confines his swine in pens where they get little exerci...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 February 1915

T H E ’ STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY - 25, 1915. j^ L O T H E S tailored to individual measure by E i.T . Price & Co. Merchant Tailors Chicago are. not mere “copies” of fashions but actually, live fashions themselves. W hyrthen, experi- ment-jwith “ stock _ ■ dum m y” sty le s? LM. Washburn Co. Men's Furnishing Dept. Cameras and Films Given Away! Bring in those green envel­ opes in. which, we deliver your films and prints. For the largest number received at 4 p. m., Dec. 24, 1915, we will give a To the next highest in number we will give a ^ ^ $3 Camera. To the next highest a ~ W e will also give a Film to the one having the largest num­ ber at 4 p. m. the end of every month. Rieboldt Studio Phone 2682 Over Stiles1 COUNTY NEWS SISTER BAY. Death Claims ,A- A. Carlson. Sister Bay lost another. valuable civ izeir this week in the. death of Abraham A. Carlson, who passed away a t 9 o’clock Sunday morning. Mr. Carlson had been ill since, last fall but seemed to be getting much...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 March 1915

• '' \"“ i * /, * f ’ \" ’■ t i ' *ij t ‘ t* r , c ’ 1 ' *“ v ‘4, *) ou 11 Make No Mistake in Patronizing. Our Advertisers C-BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK ' HERS VOL. 53 NO. 49 TEAT ,0 B WOK* {ft AT THIS'OFPIO STURGEON BAY, Wisr’ THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1915. $1.50 A YEAR [ MARINE NEWS H art Co. Plan New Schedule. The H art Transportation Co., of. this Tporfc has a crew of • men a t work on their boats, preparatory to the opening of navigation. New bulwarks and sister Iceclsons ar-e being put in the steamer Bon Ami and she is having a new rud- ■der made at the shipyard.. Minor re pairs are also being male on the steam-* •er Sailor Boy, which is having new cov- •erihg boards and such other attention as is required. . The company is figuring oir a sched­ ule that will make it possible for them to make better time during the ensuin, summer. The boats Svill leave Green .Hay in the evening instead of the morn- 3ng hereafter, which will give the mer­ chants of that city all day in which to â–...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 4, IM S ' ■\\/“ \\ :■ Sturocoif Ba$ Hfcvocate P ublished E very T hursday a t Sturgeon - Bay, AVis. E ntered in the Post-fllco a t Sturgeon Bay, W is., a s scqond-class m atter. RA TES OF SU BSCR IPTIO N : •One year ,., . 81x m onths , F o u r m onths Tw o m onths Single Copies ......$i.ro .75 .50 .25 .05 Two dollars w ill bo charged i r not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY: S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, 'SVis., Starch 4, 1015.. EDITORIAL Guess that wns right, about “uneasy lies the head tiiat wears a crown ” John D. Rockefeller is reputed to have ari income of $00 a minute—a dblla^c\\ • ery. time the clock ticks. Now. don’t stop the clock. • We believe that the coming season is going to be one of the most prosperous one that Door, county has ever expert ienced. Get realy for it. The 'defeat i of Carter Harrison, five tixnesjniyor of ^Chicago, for re-nomina­ tion, brings to, mind the fable of the pitcher that went to the well—or to' the ...

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 — 4 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MARCH, 4,'1915. POKTt w-°FIFl'V VKAKS AGO | FORTY TEARS AGO. Personals.—J.. H. Lockhart of- Forest' \"ville was in town last week.—J . E Thorp of Fish Creek was in town Mon­ day .t -W. B. Selleck broke up his camp a t Fish Creek last week.—L. D. Mo wry was in town the early, p art of this week. —Rev. T. C. Wilson, presiding' elder of th is district, was in town last Sunday and preached 'at the Methodist church in the morning and evening. Advertisement.—Masquerade Ball. A grand masquerade ball will be given at the Cedar Street house on Thursday) March 4, 1875, to which everybody and their friends are invited. Floor M ana­ gers—Thomas Scott and Joseph Camp- - bell. General Managers—Win. N. Per­ ry Anapee John McKinney, Sturgeon S a y J. J. Barringer, Egg Harbor Geo. - 'Thorp, Fish Creek 'Sam C. Senn, Bai- leys Harbor Thos. Clark, Jacksonport. F atal Accident.—A man named E r­ n e st Flemming, a resident of this town w as instantly killed a t George Bass...

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 — 4 March 1915

THE STURGEON- BAY ADVOCATE. MARCH 4, 1915. ADDITIONAL COUNTY. NEWS s but a veneer where durability is not present. Ed.V. Price&Co. M etchant Tailors Chicago bitte both in co m cloi tailored t o y o'ur person because woolens and work- 1 manship are the best Men’s Furnishing Dept. L. M. Washburn Co. c PERSONALS J X The 'Dorcas society, will meet with 'Mrs.' !* Nebel, Jr., _ Tuesday evening, March- 9.— : —— — - Joseph Welniak leftforAlgomaTues-' day to visit relatives and friends for several days. \" ’ : ■” - Mira. Matt Rheinhard.t went to Algo- ms Monday to spend a week or two vis­ iting with relatives. '• : Mrs. H. L. Peterson went to Green Bay Thursday to epend a few days vis-* “viting-witlr-lieiCsistar, Mrs. J. Riling of Milwaukee arrived : 'here' last week and is. visiting with her ' daughter Miss'Florence, Miss May Delios went to Green Bay Thursday to- spend the week visiting with her sister, Mrs. Austin Cofrin. Mr,, and Mrs. John Hunsader attend­ ed. Jhe funeral of Anton...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH, 4, 1915. | LOCAL ITEMS. | f „ njeinp :-VY' Firemen' to Give Ball.—’I]Uc1 of the fire.departmentw, on Easter Monday at Falk!# baft. - . BasketbalL—The‘high school five and Alumni played a game of basketball on Friday evening at the high school gym­ nasium, \"resulting in a victory for the Hi’s. • W. C. T. U.—The local union- will meet at ithe home of Mrs. .Chas. Greisen next Tuesday, March 9. The topic is ’’The Press,” and Mrs. A. Kalmbach is the leader. Marriages Licenses.—The' following marriage licenses were issued during •the week by County Clerk Herlache:' Lawrence Voight and Lena Tostenson, Liberty Grove Edmund Kreuger Egg Harbor, and Lillian Luethge, Jackson-1 port. Unclaimed Letters.—Letters remaining unclaimed at the Sturgeon Bay. postof­ fice for the week ending March 2 are: Wjn. Collens, Anna Dogotre, -John Grab- all, Mrs. Oto Graham, Louis Gerard Bill Matherson, G. A. Reid, Mrs. John Sehloon. Firemen’s Meeting. — Tim.- regular monthly m...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCII, 4, 1915 I The Adventures, Perils and Escapes | of the Union Scout of the Mississippi CHAPTER XL A Capture and a Military Escort up the Mississippi—A “Pretty Young' Lady Encountered—Home. A weakness and weariness and long ' ing for rest followed Bell's illness, und a sort'of homesickness and desire -to seo ’ around him the familiar faces of his childhood came-upon him. There is no soldier who .ever went out from a kind- ly.'homc but knows the feeling, and.re­ members wifli a furlough for even one week would-Save been to him the,acme of his desires and an infinite relief to a pining, tired,- and desolate heart. Hell’s parents at this time lived lit Galcsburgh, Illinois. He must devise some w ay.of getting out of the Rebel 'lines,,and.going up the river and being absent from 'Chalmers''■without’ exciting suspicion of his loyalty to the Confcd-* orate cause. He determined to cause, himself to be' captured by the Union forces, and to be sent.- North ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 March 1915

T H B ST U R G E O N p k t . ADVOCATE MARCH, 4, i M l TheO riginofthe An .Indian Legend. The following history of an astroffi- ical cataclysm-was given me by an aged medicine m an among the Chippewas on the L a Pointe reservation. - I had won - his friendship by rescuing a child in his presence from a leaking' and sinking canoe, into which she had climbed and inadvertently pushed from shore. Papoose w as w et and frightened, but silent, and,- when placed on the shore, hastened as fa st as her little feet could carry her to the wigwam, to receive such attention os the family should bestow, according to their ideas of the, require­ ments in the case. The old priest of the sacred rites of the nation took me to his own wigwam, and, after praising my valor became more ready to afford answer's to my constant search for in­ formation than he had shown a t any tim e during my three days tarrying with the people. I was wet, for I bad plunged into the river, and the November air, was not li...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 March 1915

H edged To Another Tho evening , meal was just over at TFarmcr Bolton’s the big red fire I was raked into a ruddier blaze, and the can- -dles were lighted, for the brief Novem­ ber evening admitted of no long, dreamy twilight. ■ Mrs. Bolton was busy. at her house­ hold labors, and lier husband, absorbed in the columns of the city paper that some kindly neighbor had brought in, was too busy to heed the shouts or the •children a t their play in the big, unfur­ nished parlor beyond. Suddenly the farmer laid down his paper, and pushed the steel spectacles tip on his forehead. “Ursula,” said he, “how would you like to lose Kitten?” • \\ “Lose Kitten!” *: ' The. good woman dropped into the dishpan the blue plate she was washing. “I t’s ten years since we found her on -our doorstep on a March mornin’,” re­ sumed the farmer,-” speaking slowly and musingly and she’s growed up as straig h t and beautiful as one of yoifr white lilies. ,t I ’ve always wondered none ■of her folks didn’t ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 March 1915

THE STURGEOji BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH, 4, 1915. Jwnu f e t a m \\ gtome. GROWING POTATOES FOR MARKET The most successful' method of grow-1 ing potatoes- on a big scale for' market is accomplished best by co-operation ’n a neighborhood but where no organiza­ tion exists it can be done individually. The principal thing is to plant only one variety,'and let th a t be a standard sort. If the planter will take any paper th a t gives the m arket quotations he will lind ■ but four varieties quoted: all others icoine tinder the head of mixed lots fin d are always' cheaper than the standard /varieties. T hat standard which does the best in a locality should be planted • generally—not just a small patch,-so as to, be able to sell a few bushels, but sev­ eral acres. Make it a business m atter - to take care of them. I always have the best'success with potatoes when using ' th e following method of caring for them : If possible I plant potatoes after a : small grain crop. I plow the land good a...

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 — 4 March 1915

c . - - •••y&ysgj* - MARCH, 4, 1915.: ■ yZQfl-p '. -: W hy Hot order that suit today? We have received over 500 samples of the finest fabrics that Dame Fashion could, create. Some extreme, some a little extreme, some modified, and some conservative*' A suit-for every man of any taste. A suit for dress, outing or business—a suit that means service and satisfaction and no suit leaves our store unless you are perfectly satified. Just come in and look. We’ll be only too glad to show you,, whether you buy or not. --------- ------ S.&H. Green ^Trading Stamps S.&H- Green Trading Stamps COUNTY NEWS BAILEYS HARBOR. The. fish boat “John L,” was launched la st Saturday, preparatory to fishing. H iss Anna Freese made a business trip do Sturgeon: Bay Monday, return, -ing-thft-aanm day'. . ■ : ■ '' Miss Alice Wilson 'spent the latter pant 'of .the week a t Sturgeon Bay, re­ turning hom eM onday. Several Ellison Bay people drove up here Sunday to visit 'with Capt. and —Mra RtneV...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 March 1915

It Now! BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERR NEAT JOB WORK AT THIS OFFICE VOL. 53 NO. 50 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. MARCH II, 1915. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS iUDINGTON MARINE NOTES. (From Ludington Chronicle.) 'Capt. J. C. Ackerman and A. W . Ack- ■prman: have returned from Chicago where they were called by the death of their molher, Mrs. Theodore M. Acker- V m an, which occurred in Chicago, a t the /home of her daughter, Mr a! Grace^Gra- iham. • Nearly a ‘month earlier than ever te- ■fore, the Ludington lifesaving station •was opened for service a t midnight, \".March 1. The seven surf men or “coast .guards” aS they are now known, who ^served last season have returned. They .are: No. 1, .Geo. Gatfield - No. 2 Pete Peterson No. 3, Wjill P ratto n No. 4, Otto. Eckoff No. 5, W alter Johnson No. 6, Cord Michelson No. 7, Alfred Anderson. •---------------- ••• The steam.er Peters, owned by the j Nesscn line, is undergoing a thorough ■overhauling'at the Manistee dry docks. She is to be w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 11,1915. ^ „ WSi. Sturacfon Sbvocate Published E very Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, AVIs. . . JEntered in the Post-fflco .a t Sturgeon Bay, AVIs.,. as second-class m atter. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One y e a r ..... ................................................... $1 Six m onths ..................... /Four months ......... Two /months . . . . . . . . — . . . . . . . . . . Bingle .Copies ................. .— Two dollars w ill be charged if not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager Sturgeon Bay! Wis., March 11,1015. EDITORIAL. Signs o f spring—bock beer signs'and sighiiigs for bock beer. I f flour takes Several drops to o ‘ much, w e do not believe that even the W. C, T. U. will ninkc complaint. “Count Wins Second. Bride Tangoing” Teads a newspaper heading. Certainly a most creditable accomplishment. The bride-is to be congratulated. -— The mean temperature for the month '•of February is said to have been nine degrees war...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 March 1915

T B S &TXJKGEOK BAY ADVOCATE,MAHCSII, 1915. ! MARINE NEWS ‘■V [C o n tin u ed iro m f ir s t p a g e .] NAVIGATION ‘ AND SEAMANSHIP. Navigation is a science based on ob- ■servation of the sun and stars in their ■Apparent movements on their bearing to one another and the earth, and on tim e. I t may be acquired from the ■study of books, and by a student wtio . -has never been in sight of the sea. \"Seamanship is an art. Its principles -anSiiy be stated in literary form, but a . -mastery of it can only he acquired by -actual practice on the sea. ■Navigation being one form or Inc ■study of mathematics and astronomy, h a s been written, about from the be­ ginning. Seamanship has been prac- \" tised in perfection by men who were per­ fectly illiterate for thousands of years before any treatise on- it appeared. Seamen have a t all times been, as ■Clarendon noted, a people apart. T ut ■ leccntly they have believed in practice only, and being jealous of, and hostile to...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 March 1915

& X m . STURGEON BAY' AbvttCAXE^ M:ABCH 11, 1915. j PERSONALS •'Miss Mary Schack went to Milwaukee Tuesday, where she‘will-be employed. Michael Kcnsler was taken to the Peo­ ple’s hospital for treatment again with­ in the week. - papers were*isiued* to hi frFfor, ft.'fiO'lF\"tons chief and unlimited assistant engineer. G. Goodlet- of Ephrahn was a visitor in' the .city Wednesday on business. Eli Clmudoir and John Everard . of Town of Union are* in-the city on easi­ ness connected with the circuit, court. • Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hatch will leave for Pittsburgh Friday morning to. visit 'their. daughter Mrs. Frank McCoHbugh. John Ollingcr went to Milwaukeej their aai gi,ter Mrs. Frank Aicuoiiougn. Wednesday on a. business trip for a eou-* ^ hey will probably be away about^.two ,plc of days Miss Cunningham was discharg- inoiiths. Arthur Breidenhagcn goes to Chicago • . .Mary ------\" O— - -T-O.. A r u iu r Di ciu o iin u g o u guua tu v iu tu g u ed from the People’s hospital on Sun...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 March 1915

THE STURGEON SAY A P yO C A T E ^.M A E pH .ll^J^IJ.../ | LOCAL 1TEM$. j Woman’s Club.—A regular meeting of the Woman’s club will be held on Fri­ day, March 12, which fact is called to the attention of thfe members. • Sells Residence:—'The Helm residence on1 upper Garland street was.this week sold to Mrs..Sarah Osmuson, late of the town of Clay Banks, who will take pos­ session- of the property at once. St. • Patrick’s - Day.-—On Wednesday 'of next week falls St. Patrick’s day. While it is not a legal holiday, it will be generally observed in diverse ways by the admirers of the Patron Saint. . Advertised Letters.—Letters remain­ ing uncalled for at the Sturgeon Bay postoffice for the week ending March 9, are: Mrs. Anna Anderson, 'Mrs. Adam Hanna, Dan Me Laine, Mrs. N. L. Stew­ art. Will Not Give Dance.—fThe members of the fire department have decided not to give,a dance di-Easter Monday, ow­ ing to tlie fact that the Twenty club is planning/bn a ball on that date. • Instead ' t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 March 1915

'•i- THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 11, 1915, ®®cgX5XS)®®®^®XS®SXSX5SSS)®$*S)®®®®®®®®XSS)CS)®®®®®®®Si®®®®®S)SX55S®®®5 The Adventures, Perils and Escapes f of the Union Scout of the Mississippi CHAPTER XIL A-Recapture by Mutual Consent—Pri­ son life —Jeff Thomson—A Brilliant ' and Daring Escape, also by Mutual Consent. Returning to St. Louis from his home a t Galosburgh, refreshed and strength­ ened, Bell- went, to ' • General Strong’s headquarters and arranged a plan for Ms incarceration in prison and his mock escape, .which, might Jbeeomq known to the Confederates and allay any suspi- ...' cion p'hich might be excited by his long absence. Accompanied by General Strong, he went to General Scliolield. who then commanded 'the department of Missouri, and detailed his plan o f. es­ caping with a'Confederate officer. - “It is a rather extraordinary piece of business,” .said GcnentY' Schofield,' “to be allowed to escape with a rebel, offi­ cer.” — . On...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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