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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 March 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,MASCH 2S 1915. BED CLOVER. Red .clover lias been justly ranked as the principal foundation of a permanent syBtem of agriculture in the northern, ahd eastern parts of the United States, according to the department’s - Office 01 Forage. Crop Investigations. ' This is due to its high feeding value, its cifcct upon the fcoil, and the case w ith which it may be employed-in rotations. Un­ der, ordinary conditions red clover is a, biennial, although special strains, are truly perennial. In pastures where it has been kept from seeding, certain plants have been known to live for three or four years. Red clover is an excellent crop loi pasture, hay, soiling, and renovating the soil. I t can precede or follow almbst any other crop. Clover make's an excellent pasture for all kinds o f' live stock. Care, however, must be exercised not to turn sheep or cattle in a clover meadow when they are hungry or wjreff*it is wet with rain 01 dew, since bloating may occur. If but o...

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 — 25 March 1915

* v ■’/ * 7-' Y/ J 'AV^'-V THE THIMBLOOD Are you’pale, anemic, enlife Jacking 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. . Bykaklng N y a l's H o t S p rin g s : Blood Rem edy ret** COUNTY NEWS you can avoid any . subh condition Supply /the broken-down tissues with the proper nourishment-:—in- , crease the blood supply and rid your­ self of those pimples and blotches— it’s an easy matter with this prescrip­ tion remedy. SlmOO tho bottle When wqjhad a chance to iret the exclusive selling agoricy^ for^Nyal Family Remedies we . jumped a t it. They are known among all druar- v fftsts as the highest quality line on the market, ' and are prepared .by a great firm, of manufactur­ ing chemists, famous for fifty years. . (Continued'from FrontPage.) Tim doctor examined him and said th a t...

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

% Look over our Classified Ads. on the 2nd page of this paper. Something to seU? Classified Ad. ic a word. w ant to Buy? Try dfied Ad. c a. word. S fU R G E O N B A Y , W IS., TH U R SD A Y , A P R IL I, 1915. N O . 1 A Y E A R MARINE NEWS ADRIFT ON LAKE MICHIGAN. The fishing tug Sunbeam of Sheboy­ gan was adrift on Lake Miphigan Sat­ urday and Sunday w ith a broken crank shaft, causing the fam ilies of the crew much anxiety and stirring tfie residents o f the town to unusual activity and in- .'tcrest in their welfare. Aboard the little tug was Capt. Roy ■Smith, master and part owner George Russell, engineer Charles Russell, fire­ man Wm. Peronto,. Jacob Smees, Clias. Halverson, fisherman Paul Horstmey- er, on joy ride. The latter is jr . boy of 17, son of a minister, who was taking a trip for pleasure. The Sunbeam left port at 4 o’clock on Saturday morning for her .nets, which was reached about 8 o’clock, and while they were getting in position to lift on a signal'to go ahead,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 April 1915

sturgeon JSftp H&v>ocate Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Kntered in the Pbst-mce nt ' Sturgeon Bay, Wis,', as ■ sccond-class matter. • RATES pi-' SUBSCRIPTION: One year .. — ...........•....................♦I.® jSIx months ................. . ............7 FVnur months .....................— .5 . Two months ........................................* BlngYe Conics .......................................... ®- Two dollars will be charged If not paid within the year. ^DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. ■ Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 1, 1911 EDITORIAL OUR BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY With this, issue of The Advocate we begin the Mth year of our pilgrimage and can therefore be classed among the pioneers of the county. • ’ /y I t was on March, 22, 1802, th at • the firstr issuiTof Thfe Advocate was'printed, -so that really we anj about a week be-* hind in our celebration, although with this nuinber we eoinmence Xo. 1 of Vol­ ume 54. As none of thy/present force of th...

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 — 1 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. APRIL 1* 1915. EASIER BBS PIASTER AHIHEMS “We w ant to get up an Easter Festi: yal, Sister Brown,” said the Rev. Zacha- riah W right, the colored pastor of 'the coloried church a t N orth Bend, who had ju st arrived there, “and we. want all the congregation to help us.” ' ' ‘ ‘Sister Brown bridled, and, threw up her head. She was a tall, - big-boned,, ■yellow woman, with a harsh counte­ nance, and stony black eyes. She did not know what a festival was, but it was something for. the church, and, of course, it would cost money. “I reckon I ’se' as free-handed as any ob the S’ciety a t North Bend, Brudder W right. W ot do you want fur yer fes- tiful?” “I was thinking of getting up some anthems- to be sung after our regular ■ Sunday services. We aint in the habit of having anthems, you know, but 1 don’t see why we should leave the fine -music to the other churches, and comjng after our usual services, th e “ deacons and congregation couldn’t object. Then ...

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

‘ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL i, 1915, ^ ' ^ | PERSONALS, \" 0 1 ...l I _ ............, • Miss Mary Stiles rojtjurned home.irtuft Appleton. Inst week to''spend lrer Faster vacation. Miss Irene La Plant left for Mihvau-. kce Tuesday to spend the week visit* ing^relatives. . ' Mrs. August Jorns went to Milwau­ kee Monday to visit relatives for a cou­ ple of weeks. Attorney Willafd E, Gaedo .went to Green Bay Tuesday on- a business trip for a day o r two. Attorney John Reynolds of Green Bay was in the city Tuesday attending to some legal matters. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tewcles left for ]- ■ Milwaukee Friday to spend a week or so visiting relatives. Fred Crandall went to Algoina on a business trip on Thursday, returning home the following'day. • ' Mrs. Wallace Ives, Sr , went to Green / Bay to' spend a. few days visiting- her .. daughter, Mrs. II. Hitzman. Luther Gard1 Imb been confined to his home and bed' for a week or more past with an attack of pneumonia Mr. and Mrs. FrankL cm...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 April 1915

THE STURGEON B A f APVOcXte, APRIL 4 \\ 1915.\\ / |LOCAL ITEMS | , V— — - , A I ’’ ' : 'i f , • ) vCivil. Sem ce\\EM m lnaU on,--A service examination was held a t ’ tn £ high school assembly rooms on Satur-J day. • \"- Schools Close.—The . public and paro­ chial schools are having.a vacation this weclcj the former closing on Friday and the latter on Tuesday evening. ' Spring.—According to the calendar spring' was ushered in . on March 521—a week ago last Saturday. Guess spring has the same old follow- in iher lap as we have read about before. r. Death of Ai B. Temple.—By request we publish the following, which was re­ ceived within the week: “A. B .. Temple f of Tenino, Wash., died March 13, 1915, aged 76. . He leaves a wife and seven children.” _ Marriage Licenses.—The following marriage licenses were issued during .'•the week by the county clerk: Louis Beauzain and 'Ida Bouche, Brussels Henry. Coisman and Mary Mallien, Brussels Henry Leclaux. and Matilda Barbeaux, Brussels. v ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY , ADVOCATE, AfrRIL 1, 1915. The Adventures, Perils and Escapes | of the Union Scout of the Mississippi V CHAPTER .XV. A Timely Warning—A Dash for Sher­ man—A Reluctant Shot in the Oak Bushes—Safety in Delay. BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ®®®SXS®SXB®®^ one] Anthony, which were in a white frame house, near the railroad track, and in the center of the town. Tlie Colonel was in bed, and was awakened. “W hat do you want of me at this hour of the night ?” said lie. . ' 7//, 7 r, i i _ „ r “Colonel. 1 mil a Union scout,” said About the twelfth of October, after ’ A\"u u . . , ■ , Bell. “I have, just arrived here from the, arrival of Chalmers command^ at challners. heiu,qlJ,arter8. He is encamp- Holly Springs, the encra sen or ’ twelve miles below here, and will attack and consulted him ns to the-feasibility . \\ - . «nu luiisuinu uu u t omorrow w'ltli his entire furcu, of a movement on Colhersville, on tlu. *■» ,* ,« * « Tt oi oi » muicmuiv uu , £ about three thousand...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAy Ad VOCATE, APRIL 1, 101S. . ' An ITAexpected Return . A Scrap of Real Life BY SYLVAN IC S COBB, J R . On a chill autumn day a number, of loungers were gathered in Old Grant’s store, a t' Eaton Corner, N . H. I t was ■ in the time before the enactment of the law prohibiting the sale--- of spirituous beverages by the honest and fair-dealing storekeepers, and the country grocery store was as.the Mecca of the Faithful. On the occasion to which I refer full a dozen men,—-some of them driven under cover by the weather, while others were constitutional loungers—were assembled around the great open fireplace, smok- •ing, drinking, and telling stories.- By and by Seth. Pownal- entered, and an­ nounced - th at Old Peter Coggins was slowly, but surely, wending- his way ' ’ thither. Now Peter-Coggins was the one man of th a t section whom the Inzy and the thriftless loved to play upon. The vag­ abond crew did not like- him. He had commenced .life pdorer than many of them, a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADT0CA9B, i A Western tocMnvar. . j •' In 1880 New Mexico was the para­ dise of desperadoes, and the only re­ spected authority was a .45-caliber sin- g'e action revolver. Every man carried at least one of these weapons,\" and when he rode supplemented it with a repeat­ ing rifle in a holster strapped to the saddlo under his left leg. Naturally, in suT.h things, it was easy to acquire the reputation of being a \"bad man,” and many did so without quite deserving it. Of these, Dan Bevis—familiarly known as \"The Dandy,” in consequence of a fastidious attention to his appear­ ance in a region where such a matter received scant Tespect—was one. He was a professional gambler, a term which must not always be deemed syn­ onymous with cardsharper. Moreover, lie was not a “pigeon” pluclccr, and it is recorded that on one occasion, finding his opponent greatly his inferior, in skill!, he handed back his winnings and got up from the table with the remark that “he did not ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 April 1915

THE STOTGEON 1, 1913. Ja m (iimlcn anil gome. WAYS YO AID p p r.ATO CROP. Wh«t Clean/Seed Will Do. An organized .movement' is now on m Wisconsin to/Secure the cooperation of growers in /th e planting of only clean potato soK-d. The soils of Wisconsin have not yet been found to be in any way affected with such dangers as black and powdery Scab and the leaders this campaign are determined, if pos-* ^ibbs, to keep such diseases, out of the state, .. But in common with every other large potvyo-producing center wf tne country, Wisconsin growers have' cer­ tain minor’ difficulties w.itli which to contend. Certain of these, however, can be eliminated by careful field selection or “rogueing,” and by bin sorting. As the planting ■ season approaches it is therefore highly desirable th at every grower determine whether his stock meets the present standard, which can be met in part at least by proper selec­ tion. A number of Wisconsin potato grow- have received certificates of inspec­ tio...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 April 1915

srm m APRIL 1, 1915. THE STURGEON BAY COUNTY NE Another half-blood Guernsey, ter to the first one, recently dropped third calf and is now making 2y» pounds a day, and alie gets no grain (Continued f '------------- 'h ig h , tlirroby making a higher profit in the end. Henry Hopp, buyer for the Law market, bought first animal and he says it is the fattest cow in the county. to be Well Dressed Come Here riaunmn has moved his family goods from the S tarr res-1 to a vacant house on the \"Wm. Schmeltzner farm. “In the charmed circle” You are a better man when you are in the society of “just the right girl/* We^are better merchants than we would be if we didn’t sell : Clothes : . ' i . , . ' “The some price the world overr ! • ' . ■ . A v : • - ' • ■ -4 They are in tne charmed cir] of “ fust-right” clothes. Qne £ the leading style their models. The* leadin make the fabrics. The fore medium-price clothes spe queJity. Big assortment. Ehcamme. a this Spring You will d^ciae^save money an...

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 — 8 April 1915

“DOOR ..COUNTY • DOES.\" over Mir Classified Ads. on the 2 nd page of this paper. / / / j . / \" I? a t ,v, . HOME ” VOL. 54 . N O . 2 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1915. $1.50 A YEA R MARINE NEWS Leathern & Smith Company Contracts. T liir‘Leathern & Smith , Towing & Wrecking Co. have contrafcted for con­ siderable of the season’s work already, Of which the following is part: They w ill ufrnish betwetn 15,000 and 20,000 tons of crib stone t o ' Contractor Ed. Gillen, who has the contract for th e work th at is being lone at M ilwau­ kee for the park bpard. Considerable f of the stone w ill have to be deposited in shoal water on this job and scows w ill be used for this purpose. The car­ riers Glasgow and Dohearty will be en­ gaged in tlie work. They have between 12,000 and 15,000 tons to deliver a t Manistee, Mich., for Greilling Bros., who have the contract of constructing the breakwater at that por. ‘ This contract includes about 5,000 tons of rip rap ston...

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 — 8 April 1915

) THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL8, 1915. - j ' ‘ ' Sturgeon »a$ Stwocate Published E very Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Entered In the Post-nice a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. a s second-class m atter. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year ........' ...................................... Six m onths .......................... 75 F o ur m onths ........................... Two m onths .............. .\\. .25 Single Copies .......... 05 Two dollars w ill be charged if not paid tvlthln the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, . Wis., April 8, 1915. EDITORIAL The/legislators liavo spent consider- ablr valuable time wrangling over a resolution calling upon the president to - appoint a peace .conference. This is a w aste of money. Wihen the time is ripe • there will be a move made in this di- , rection .regardless- of_ the resolutions pissed, by the Wisconsin or any other legislature. ^nd from w hat can be gathered in the news , dispatches the time is far from being ...

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 — 8 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE APRIL % 1915. Zp For Laundry (jjL and all k “ HouseWork W H I T E I State News in Brief Edward Fitzpatrick, 50 years old, a prominent farmer of La Fayette, La Crosse county, was killed when his coat caught in a circular saw. He was jerk­ ed against the teeth of the machine. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haag of Batavia, Sheboygan* county, last week celebrated the 67tli anniversary o f'th e ir .wedding day. Mr. Haag is 90 years old and his wife 84, both being in excellent health and to all appearance good for many years more. .. - A loss of $10,000 was sustained by the Northern Milling company when fire broke out in the plant a t Wausau. Sec-, ond Asst. Chief Bernard Krueger was overcome by smoke. Later in the day the sales stables of George Sthuhlfuth were burned. The loss is $5,800. ' Alvan Grossmann of Shopiere, Rock county, was robbed of $118 by a stran­ ger whom he befriended. Meeting a man on the road who wanted a ride, Mr. Grossmann listened to a tale of woe fr...

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

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 8, 1915. \\ PERSONALS | A. j . Geniese, tlie depot, agent, spent Sunday at his home in Green- Bay. Irene Thorp returned home Monday, after spending a few days visiting at Algoma. Mrs. \"Martin Peterson went to A»- goma Tiiesijay to visit her daughter, Mrs. Goldie Bucklino, Miss Audrey Batchelder was sum­ moned home Saturday by the serious illness of her father. Edward S. Reynolds arrived from Madison the latter part of the week to spend the Easter vacation. . Dr. Clarence Bieboldt arrived from Denmark Friday to spend -Easter with liis brothers and sisters here. John Graef returned to Milwaukee Friday', after’spending a few days look­ ing after business atters here. Misses Clara and Stella 'Carmody left Monday for Rapid River, Mich., to ■ spend a week visiting relatives. Miss Leah Arnold returned to Peshti- \\ go Monday morning after spending the \\E n sto r -vacation a t her home here. xl.orin Washburn returned.to'M ilw au­ kee on' Tuesday afte...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 April 1915

£ . ! ‘j * THE 'STURGEON BAY ADVOCATe'T’a PRIL 8, 1915. CAL ITEMS. | _ Unclaimed, Letters.—Letters remain­ ing unclaimed a t the Sturgeon Bay: post-\" office for the week ending April 4 are: Louis Eisolt. ' , ■ New Fountain.—Clark Bassett is hav­ ing a pretty soda, fountain put up in his drug , store, the outfit being neat : and attractive. .. W. C. T. U.—The local union will meet with Miss Mary Reynolds next Tuesday a t which the annual business meeting will be held. Sells Gasoline Boat.—Emil Winjum ' , on Monday disposed of his gasoline fish boat “.Wesley” to Earl Killoran of Lit- . tie Sturgeon. The new owner is • a .youn'g fisherman- who will operate the craft out of th a t port, , Repairing Residence.—The residence of the late Capt. John W alker a t the corner of Main and Pine streets is be- ing^cmodeled and repaired, preparatory to oCcupancy by the family, who will : • move here from North Tonawan-da about May 1. Will Erect Residence.—Wm. Feuer- stein within tire past wee...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 8, 1915. ---•— - -■-■ - -v ■—- ■ i ■ ■■ ■ ■ ■ i: - \" ®®®®®®®®S®SXs®®sXSi^^ The Adventures, Perils and Escapes of the Union Scomt of the Mississippi BY GEORGE WAKEMAN CHAPTER XVT. - On the Scout—Reconigitions and Dan­ ger of Recognition—Movement vu Rescue Union Prisoners—Southward Bound. After the battle at CoIIiorsvillc, Clial- mor's’ command encauiped about a mile belo\\y Bylralia. Bell still hoped for the approach of Hatch, whom ho believed to be somewhere in. the vicinity. Chal­ mers, though lie was much chagrined at his repulse, and at hi& failure to capture Sherman, had taken one hundred and eight Federal prisoners, and Bell was pained when he thought that they were destined to be confinedin some loath­ some kennel, to wait for months per­ haps. with meagre food, and .in a-lnoi- some climato, before Tjeing exchanged. He. longed to give Colonel Hatch the information which would' enable him to , engage\" Cha...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 April 1915

* T H E STURGEON BAT A D V O tiA U , A T m . 9, 1915. ' ' r - t J* ?« v $20,000 Worth of Stock Must Be Sold at Once! Paying little heed to the fact that our lease would soon expire, the news that we must vacate our store building came upon us as a tremendous shock, as we had heavily stocked every department with all that is new, practical and up-to-date, ex­ pecting to wait on the public more extensively than ever before, A sale of tHis kind cannot be comprehended. With our line of Adlers Suits and Overcoats, Fancy Shirts, Thousands of Pairs of Shoes, Dry Goods, etc., in fact all that goes to make up a high grade store of General Mer- chandise, To Be Closed Out on Short Notice Means an Unheard of Slash in Prices, so that Much Will Nava to 8o at Half and Less! : \" PEOPLE! Come from far and near come by boat, train, auto, or team—just as long as you get here for this sale. WE'VE HAD SALES, SO HAVE ^THERS, BUT THIS IS A SALE OF SALES! Preparations are under way arranging goods on ta...

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 — 8 April 1915

TkE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 8,1915. ' :-\\T/ (,U'*.t*4t meiiJQ OR. DRAYTON'S PATIENT By JEAN DICKERSON. The Bore Retorts. 1 \"I am passionately -fond of music,” said the bore. “la fact, music always carries me away.\" The girl hastened to the piano and played several popular airs then she swung around on the piano stool. “You still here?” she queried. “I thought you said music carries you away.\" •‘So I did—music!\" Matter of Taste. Herlock Sholmes, the detective,' had Jutt made another great deduction. “Our baby,\" he remarked, “has a n atu-l taste for music.\" “I how do you “know that when he Isn’t i.wo years old yet?” queried Doc­ tor Squatsom. “ He has'got nearly all the polish gnawed off the lower half of the pi­ ano,\" explained the peerless sleuth. A Minute Man. ‘1 met Plosworth yesterday after­ noon and he seemed to be in a tre­ mendous' hurry.” \"Do you suppose, he had a pressing .business, engagement?” “No. Nothing like that would ever hurry him. I can’t account f...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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