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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 11, 1915. PRUNING YOUNG ORCHARDS. Pruning the orchards 'is one of the greatest subjects confronting the or- chardist today. The object of pruning is rto increase the bearing capacity of the tree, enhance its beauty, and secure fruit of better quality. As to the time of pruning some contend that in fall and - v/iater when the tree is dormant is the best time to 'prune, others hold that early spring when the sap begins to flow is the best tim e/ I t seems to us from experience and observation that any bright day in winter is as good as any. time to prune orchards. We do-not use an axe or hatchet for this purpose, but a saw and pruning sliearu. I t is impossible in this day to have good fruit if the orchards are not spray­ ed, .and in order to have successfully sprayed trees, they must be pruned cor­ rectly. ■ Our trees, are shaped for an open center. Many upright side branch­ es will grow after the center is nipped out in an endeavor (to fill the ...

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 March 1915

, THE, STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 11, 1915. IS but a veneer where durability is not, present. Ed.V. Price &Co, Merchant Tailors com bine m clothes tailored to your p e r s o n because woolens ' and work- manship are the best. Men's'Furnishing Dept. L.M. COUNTY NEWS DETROIT HARBOR. Only the Shots That Hit Count Says the President. That’s just the way in medicines. Only the prescriptions that: are prepared in strict ac­ cordance with the Doc-, tors orders from- strict­ ly pure and high quali­ ty ingredient* will ever do you any good. We use only drugs of the highest quality.: 'W E GIVE ANO REOEEM / ROSENBERG'S TRADING STAMPS.' O ' - Mrs.'1 John ‘Anderson Dies. This coihmuniiy.was severely shock­ ed on Thursday morning to learn- of tiie death of Mrs. .Tolm 1’. Anderson, whicri occurred at about eight' o'clock tliat morning in Sturgeon Bay whore . she had been brought for an operation-. She' was taken violently ill Saturday night her trouble being due to a rupture and having u...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 March 1915

■ *' I - ' V- over our ^ . S ' , ' I' oh tibe 2nd page of this paper. V O L . 53 N O . 51 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MARCH 18. 1915. f- MARINE NEWS ■± $1.50 A YEAR Tug Torrent Condemned. The tug Torrent, owned by the Green Stone and Quarrying “Co., has been c Adolph Green of Green Bay, Otto 4jreen, his Son and manager of the lo *caL quarry, together with Jos. W olter.of \"the firm- of Rieboldt & Wolter, ship­ builders, on Friday afternoon “made a •careful inspection o f the hull of' the T orrent. I t was their opinion after this was finished th a t the boat was not “worth rebuilding, and the owners there­ upon docided to abandon her without spending any more m oney., The machinery of the Torrent, most -of which has already been taken out, -will- be p u t in- another hull a t a later •date, i t having practically been decid- •ed to have a new one built in the near Tfuture. In the meantime the company w ill be obliged to lease a boat to do th eir tow ing.. The. Torrent w...

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

I s'1, yTHE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH.it, 1M. S tu r g e o n JB as B D v o cate Published Every Thursday., a t StUrg-eOn . . Bay. Wis. ■.Entered In the Post-fflco a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. R A T E S O P S U B S C R IP T IO N : On* y e a r ........... .$1,50 S ix m o n th s. .'. ............ 76 'F o u r • m o n th s \".....................V ------. . . . . .60 T w o . m o n th s ............................................ .25’ S ingle C onics .................... .05 T w o d o llars w ill od ch a rg e d if n o t paid w ith in tho year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Mar'oli 18, lftlo. EDITORIAL The Mexicans are a t it harder than ever, and if Uncle Sam keeps out of get ting mixed up with these greasers he will be fortunate. From all that can be learned anarchism is rampant in Mexi­ co city. The period of “watchful w ait­ ing” has almost expired. about ripe to make up for past neglect:food. America discovered' such a pro in propert...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 March 1915

( , - - ~ f : ' ' \" « ' ‘ ' x , . * ^ t ^ ' 1 V , 1 ■ ‘ ^ ' “ L . ' _ ’ / . _-'‘Z! THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MARCH 18, 1915. in ' M oving picture shows, base ball and igd/f w ill he declared legal am usem ents o n Sunda y if a bill, which th e assem bly •committee' on s ta te affairs decided to /recom m erid, is passed. The funeral of Suprem e Judge W .E f. •Seam an, w ho died in C alifornia la st ■week, took place from his home in She- Tboygan. I t w as attended b y m any prom inen t people in national affairs. . T he coroner^ ju ry a t W ausau decid -ed th e death of A nna Grizzly B ear w as •due to w ounds inflicted by her husband w hile intoxicated. The au th o rities are -•seeking, to learn w here G rizzly B ear se­ cured th e Biquor. -T he John Schroeder Lum ber company . lia s p u t in approxim ately 10,000.000 •feet of hem’bek and hardw ood on Stock to n island n ear A shland th is w inter. I t 3ias h ad on th e average’300 men on the \"three cam ps on th e island si...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 March 1915

Vi'.-- • ' ■ • IH B , STURGEON BAY BISHOP FOX CALLED BY PERSONALS H, A. Stiles went to Marinette Wed­ nesday bn a business trip. V ' A daughter was born to Dr. and Sirs, H. F. Hilton Wednesday noon. Mrs. Henry\" Fetzer is confined to her Lome'with an attack of pneumonia. HisS- Lucy Draeb went to Kewaunee Monday to visit for an indefinite period of time. Photographer Conant went to Lux , burg Tuesday on a business trip for a day or two. Attorney W, E. Gacde went to Green B ay. Wednesday on a business trip for a couple of days. Archie Stroh underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils on Wed­ nesday morning. . • \" Bov. S. Groenfetdt spent Sunday with his fattier at Green Bay, returning home the following day. Richard Noelek made a business trip to Green Bay Friday, returning home the day following. f Mrs. Ed DoSmith went to Marinette Tuesday lo spend a week visiting with Mrs. J. E. Coogan. „ 'M rs. Oliver Simon left Wednesday 1 for Shawano to spend a waek or two vis­ it...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 18, IMS ( LOCAL ITEMS. [ • Unclaimed ingun ch iin ied at ther sfurgcpitt Bay postoffice for 'the w eek eh Wg'l||wd», jtf5 are Amanda Andetson, P . T h o m so n , E. R. Wi'diams. Rebekabs -Give Entertainment.—The Rebekahs held an entertainment • on Tuesday evening alter the work of the lodge, which consisted of a short pro*, gram and dancing. . N ew - Blacksmith Shop.—Oscar Olson has opened a., blacksmith and repair shop in th e building in the rjttwLof the Waldo hotel property, form eny- the ■ Henry Long place, where he w ill have a .bicycle shop in connection with the bus­ iness. ' h Dangerous Weather.—The weather at this-particular tim e of the year is con­ ducive of colds, pneumonia and kindred diseases. The days are warni and bal­ my, while the nights are as cold as mid winter. People get careless in wearing unsufficient clothing, and sickness fol­ lows the cold they catch. Box- Factory Starts.— The box factory .of the Reynolds Preserving ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 March 1915

THIS STURGEON ADVOdATE, MARCH 18, 1&5. The Adventures, Perils and Escapes | of the Union Scout of the Mississippi c h a p t e r xrrr. A Lady Restuea from Robbers—A City S'aved from a Cavalry Raid—A Map of Memphis Put into Safe Hands. Bell had beeii in Memphis two or three days\" when he secretly willed on General Hurlbut one evening, and said that na lie was receiving pay, though very small pay, from the Confederate States, and had not rendered them any vast amount of service lately, it might, per­ haps, be proper for him to go to Gener­ al Chalmers and report for duty. “Don’t you feel some hesitation,'’ said Hurlbut, “about going bi|ck, nfter hav­ ing been absent so long?” “0 no,” replied the-scout “Chalmers is a good friend of mine. They know I have been a prisoner at St. Louis, and 1 they have\" heard of my escape before this. I think my tracks are pretty well covered, and 1 suppose they will be glad . to see me back ngain.” “You. can have anything you need,\" said tjie Ge...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 March 1915

SCTggjOll MAY -MWAm MABCS »t« 1#»* GERMAN WARSHIP REACBES AMERICA. Arrival of Converted German Cruiser at , Newport News Last Wednesday^. Ends ftarihg. Trip. • The German auxiliary cruiser Prinz Eitel Friedrich, sea rover and commerce destroyer,---eluding- British and French cruisers along the coast, slipped into Newport ‘News, Va., early last Wednes­ day morning, with 300 prisoners, taken from prizes abroadT She was in need of repairs, coal and provisions for her crew. • The night, being after dark, the German ship appeared off Capt Henry but did not enter until after daylight, when shepassed quarantine and dropp­ ed her \"ancaor. All her officers preserved the strictest silence and her captain at once .dispatched a message, telling of his arrivaf and the condition of his ship to the German embassy at Washington No sooner had the Prinz Eitel an­ chored than the United States coast guard ship Onondaga went alongside to take up her watch to preserve the neu­ trality of the Uni...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 March 1915

M e tafte pleasure in announctno our dftat-cb 25*26*27 Ht wblcb time a \" complete line of - Iftattem ani Smart? /CaUoveb Ibats will be real)? tor /^our approval WOMAN’S CLUB ANNUAL REPORT. PREVIEW OF WHAT HAS BEEN AC­ COMPLISHED BY THE ORGAN­ IZATION DURING PAST ■ YEAR. At-the suggestion of the Policy com­ m ittee the president appointed the fol lowing ^working committees: ■ Yards and-Gardens Vegetables ana .Flower Show Fly Campaign and Gar­ bage City Ordinance ' Library Fund Bathing lleach Philanthropic. The Yards and Gardens committee ap­ pointed sub-corn mittces for each ward, ' and to inspect premises, and offered cash prizes for the greatest improve­ ment in premises during the summer. With the assistance of the Pleasure Park and Drive association, they beauti­ fied a vacant square near the boat land­ ing, planted it to flowers and shrubs, and cm ployed a care taker. The Vegetable and Flower Show com-*' •mittee gave flower and vegetable seed to the school children,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 March 1915

THE STUKGEOR BAY ADVOCAT* MARCH18,1915, TIMELY TOPICS. ses and -swine as to cows. Regarding swine however, it is downright foolish' ness to breed , scnib stock on account of the ease and cheapness of securing good stock. Have Laid Their Plans. . By this tim e of the year th e success­ ful farm er has laid practically\" all of his plans for the ensuing cropping sea­ son. He knows how much of his land is to be devoted to corn, how much, to pasture, how much to potatoes, etc., etc. During the long winter days and espec­ ially the evenings he and the family have figured out w hat they intend to do .in the spring and summer and fall. Of course these arrangements are some­ times changed on account of unlooked- for conditions. Abnormal climatic con­ ditions might disrupt one’s plans in short order. ■ Nevertheless, in a general way, things will progress along the way planned. By this method of planning and study­ ing the farmer learns to know his land. He finds w hat it .lacks and w...

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

THE STURGEON BAY* ADVOCATE, MARCH 18, 1915. Day I Saturday, March 20. and Wednesday, March 24. Five Rosenberg's Cash Trading Stamps with each 10c purchase. COUNTY NEWS Dept. Store Picture is an ornament anywhere, but a good photograph is more lifelike and true to nature. W e take the Most Natural Photos because w e study . the art from a scientific stand- -point, and have the- skill . which come jfrom experience only. W e make specialties of children’s pictures, taking them by the instan­ taneous process. A n artistic finish to every picture. Rieboldt Studio The Photo Shop Phone 2662. Over Stiles Co. THIN BLOOD —Bad H ealth - Are you pale, anemic, entirely lacking in energy, no ambition or ..strength for your duties? That means weak, impoverished blood—it’s not circulating right and not nourishing the tissues this results in weak and flabby muscles, disfigur­ ing blotches and a red and roughen' ed skin. By taking M yal's Hot Springs Blood Remedy you can avoid any such condition Su...

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

VOL. 53 NO. 52 STURGEON BAY, WIS.3 THURSDAY, MARCH Z5, 1915. MARINE NEWS Regulations of Seaman Law. Crews o n 'a ll vessels on the GrEat la k e s w ill be registered and identified 4y the finger print system before the new seamen’s law goes into effect, July 35, 1915, according to officials of thd federal government who are charged ’w ith administration-of the statue. Each man who passes th e examina­ tio n as an “able seaman” or “certificat­ e d lifeboat man” w ill be given a card, g iv in g 'h is classification, on which w ill ^appear his finger print in black ink and Lis signature. The method used i n ’ getting finger prints of men in the merchant marine w ill be similar to th at used by the ar­ m y and navy. According to the experts in the finger print division of the navy, a t takes tw o minutes to get a finger p rin t record of a man and thri-.clasBili- •cation of the record. ■ The decision to adopt the finger print ■system for the merchant marine- wa* reached a t confe...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 March 1915

t \"-'' '■'• * 1\" ' . ■\" ’ ^ v ' - • j 1 , ~' t h e : STURGEON BAY ADYOCATI.NU JH -2S, l! Sturgeon Ba? Hbvocate . Published E v e r y T h u r s d a y a t S tu r g e o n . B a y , W is . . . J E n te r e d i n th e P o s t- n ic e n 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 : One y e a r ____, . i ......................... $1.50 8 1 * m o n th s .............................. 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 n ic s ............................. .06 T w o 'd o l l a r s w ill h e c h a r g e d if n o t paid w ith in th e y e a r . ' DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. . .Sturgeon Bay, Wis., March 25, 1911 EDITORIAL While we don't want to find nny fault with the groundhog, we wish lie had prophesied li little warmer weather during the night time. Don’t forget to swat the first fly you see. Swat the breeding place of the fly. When the...

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

THE STPROBOH BAY ADVOCATE, MARCH 25, 1915. Green Hay boasts of two aged men in Patrick H . McCormick, 101, and P a t­ ric k H: Igo, 96. Both were horn in 'Ire­ land on March 18.. John Crawford, a n ' old resident of •Oconto, died on Wednesday last week, l i e was 78 years old and had spent near­ ly all his life in Oconto county, where Tic settled with his parents when a boy. Adolph Muehlenbach, a pioneer resi- , -dent of Manitowoc, died a t his home in th a t city l a s t. week. He had lived in -the' same house.for 68 years, and wa- •87 years old when he died. A widow wnd six children survive. ' While coasting down a hill, Florence •Gaunitz, the 12 year-old .daughter of Mir. and Mrs. William* Gaunitz*- of Thomasons Corners, La Crosse county, ran into a sharp stick *whicli penetrated Tier body, killing her. A lamp which hflid been placed by the bedside of the infant child of Mr. and M rs. Fred Steel of W arrens, La Crosse •county, was accidentally overturned, rsetting fire to the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 March 1915

' I ’ I m : -2X , PERSON of weeks. ./Mrs. Sanderson will\" re- ‘ in tlie Cream city until after Eas- Ellis Klinkcnberg has accepted the berth of cook on th e steam barge A lbert Soper. Bert. J. K eith has been confined to his home fo r'th e past couple of days by . ilinSs: .•\" ' . It. \\V. Ullsperger spent Sunday nv G reen Bay, returning home M onday ev­ ening. . Carl E. D ruetzer left Monday m orn­ ing fo r M ilwaukee on a business trip of several days. • , M rs. H. J. Sanderson spent Sunday with her parents a t Algoma, returning home M onday. ' F rank Gi nilss went to Milwaukee S a t­ urday to spend a few days on business and pleasure. C apt. F rank Jacobs returned to Chi­ cago M onday morning after a week’s visit a t his home here. Dr. Egcland left Monday morning for a short trip to Milwaukee and Chicago returning home yeatcrday. ~ Henry Overbeck took his departure Monday morning for Escanaba bn a bus- iness trip for a couple of days, ' ilrs»-Fred Ludlow is still,confined t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 March 1915

£? THE STURGEON BAY JUJVOCATE, &ARCH 25, « l5 r --------- —■ -*' .ffftrv j LOCAL ITEMS, j . ^ ' •j Crows.—U ie o-divt^lKaVe'^n^rbttt q t the swamps, and slashings, and' their ‘ melodious voices can again be heard in the land. •. Marriage- , Licenses.—The following marriage licenses were issued . during th e week: Charles Hi - Girard, Neenaff, \\Vjs., and Rose Terrian, city. , County School Tax.—Treasurer Oil in-* ger within the week received from the county treasurer a check for $3,086.54. whidh is the city's apportionment, of the county school tax. * Cold Nights.—We have during the past week been experiencing very cold nights, while the days have been de­ lightfully' spring-like and balmy, as . will be noticed by the temperatures given elsewhere. Commences His Term.—Archie . M at­ thews was on Thursday morning taken to Waupun- by Sheriff Osmuson, and the .same afternoon entered the prison gate to commence his term - of five years, W ith good behavior this will be reduced ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE/MARCH 25 1915, ®Sgj®SXSS®S)CSXSj(5Xs®®SX5X5XsX*SJ®®®®®@®®®®®SX55®®®®®®SXS)®SXS)®S)®®®®$' The Adventures, Perils and Escapes of the JJnion Scout of the Mississippi CHAPTER XIV. Visit to the Cottage of a Young. Lady Friend—Preparation and Presenta­ tion of a Banner—Struck by a Bullet. ' Thq, morning after his-interview with General Yeitch, Bell betliouglit himself of the vision of a winning face that had mingled itself with his. dreams during the night and when he arose, he dress- «d himself with more than accustomed care, and looked in the mirror twice be­ fore he went down stairs. He saw the reflection of a frank young countenance, with brdwn locks curling around it rot it had never become prematurely seared nor unnaturally fierce by looking upon scenes of war, and in this respect dif­ fered very much, no doubt, from the popular idea of the face'of a scout. About the middle of the afternoon, tie went to the residence of the yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 March 1915

Friday anti Saturday, March 27 & 28. m Trading Stamps Friday and Saturday I I I I and Saturday T this exhibition we,will have on display the very newest creations'ot America’s best designers of Ready-to-Weau Tbe exhibit will include Suits, Goats Skirts, Waists/Dresses, Millinery,- Lingerie and Acces ones. ^Especially Featured will bb our showing of Suits, Coats ahd Skirts. W e are giving extraordinary promin­ ence tb Qarmeht6 for our many years’ experience with this standard brand has proven to us that \" sQne is authentic, thie Workmanship is unequalled, and ' e Values are remarkable. SWhile this exhibit is of great importance ancl intense interest to women of Sturgeon Bay and the surrounding ~ territory we are, extending a special invitation- to the men. We Want the men to know what is the proper aper in women’s clothes 'to appreciate what dress means to women. v IJWe are therefore extending a cordial invitation to every man and woman in this community to be our guest on thef...

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

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,f L T e / M ^ c k W i ^ , , ' . ' \" : . V *’ r •: ’ .WEST SIDE and VICINITY Death Claims Mrs. Chas. Crotterfield. Relatives here were shocked' on Fri- -day afternoon to receive the iirforma- lio n . th a t Mrs. Cliaa, Crpttcrfield iiad ■died a t her home in Ashtabula, Ohio, at an early .hour th at morning. Death was ■caused by child-birth, and the infant ■ gave up its life also. . Decedent was a daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Ashley Cofrin of this ward, and was born in the town of Forestville on -June 30, 1880 being nearly 35 years old, her given nnmo being Elizabeth. Oh 3?cb. 11, 1902, she was married to Clias. ‘Crotterfield, who with three children, mges 9, 7 and 2 survive. Two, years ago rthe oldest daughter died. , The family made their home in this w ard .after their marriage up to about live years ago, when they traded their home here' for a farm in the town of ZForestville, After a couple of discour- - waging \"crop failures this -was abandoned ran...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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