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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY'AIIVOCATE, APRIL 8 , 1915 [kn jinrt gome. PROFITS INCREASEIT'CHEAPLY Every dairyman will admit there is need of increasing the profit of the herd. How to accomplish it economic cally 'is an important question, one that thousands of dairylneu are studying and thousands who are not should be. ' The foundation on which improvement must begin is the herd, and there are numerous ways ill which the profits of most herds may be greatly increased without undue cost. * The .first essential in increasing the profits of the herd is for the dairyman himself to become thoroughly acquaint­ ed with each individual cow of his herd. By this. I mean that lie should know each individual cow of his herd by the quali­ ty of work she is doing, whether she is making a profit above her cost of main­ tenance or whether from lack of capac­ ity to handle food she is losing her own­ er money and wasting time. ■ When this vital problem has been solved.we know what to do. It is an importa...

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 — 8 April 1915

TH E STURGEON BAY ■ - - 'v ADVOCATE, At»RIL 8, 1915. : •/ ' % waited out of our store all Smiles because— He knew he was dressed in Style—not ordinary style, but the better kind that requires rare ability ] to produce. \\ Needless to say he bought Styleplus W ith the mak ers and\" pur guarantee o t- s a tis f a e tio n ^ « « = i — Buy your Sprmg ^uiy f?om. “The Clothing H ouse in Door Co. Men’s Saits $7, $10, $13, $17 Ji3H 5SjraD S B a35E li' Hail Caine’s Most Famous love Story The Christian In 8 Reels. T he Motion Picture Camera’s Finest Achievement Produced by Vitagraph Company of America. ■ M - g r GOUNTY ■ ___ (Continued from Front Page ) returned here acc6mpaniod by his w ife and daughter, la s t Thursday. . , ' The Jocal teachers Misses M ae, L a Rouche and H a ttie Anderson s p e n t.th e week end a t th eir homes in Egg Harbvor and Juddville respectfively. M rs. W allace O ram of Sturgeon Bay, has been spending th e past week or tw o w ith her parents, M r. .and M r...

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 — 15 April 1915

over our Classified Ads. on the 2nd page of this paper. “DOOR .(COUNTY IT AT HOME D O ES” A. VOL: 54 NO. 3 STURGEON^AY, WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 15. 1915. MARINE NEWS HOW TO JO IN COAST GUARD. K eepers of th e different const guard statiods have been receiving m any in ­ quiries of how to enter th a t service and in order th a t, prospective applicants m ay know w hat i s ’required, we are publish­ ing the g ist of a recent order of the de­ p artm en t: ' Each keeper of a station has been em ­ powered w ith th e duties of a recruiting, officer and applicants should apply to th e captain of th e statio n th ey wish to join and' give th e ir age, height, exper­ ience on the w ater, w hether or not they a re swim m ers and of course, th eir fu ll nam e. The enlisting\" officer keeps a record of such applications and m akes tem porary appointm ents as he sees fit. If the appointee gives general satisfac- . tio b he is m ade a perm anent member of the.crew . W e are under obligations t...

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 — 15 April 1915

Sturgeon ®as Htroocate PabllBhcd Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Entered in th e Post-fflce a t S tu rg e o n B ay ,\"W is., a s sec o n d -cla ss m a tte r . - R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year . . . j .......... S ix m o n th s ..................■.....................: ------- ..« Pour months ........................... ...............6U Two months ................................ ■25 'Single Copies ................................ . . . . ■ .05 Two dollars will be charged If not paid wtthin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager, Stuigeon Bay, i Wis., April 15, 1915. Noxious Weeds. KurojU' will reap m‘ crop this year wliitOi will ho sure and. abundant. And this is the crop of animosities and lia- tvoils rngoiHjuml-by tlie war.—Oshkosh Daily Xortlu^vesteni. - Store ^Window Advertising. A woman does not always admire tin.* tljings she- is looking at in ft' store win-' fra FOKTV^Fim YEARSAGOJ FORTY YEARS AGO. in two months although I tun a man of 05 yea...

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 — 15 April 1915

TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 15, 19i5. & Gen. Lee's Surrender. T H E STORY AS TOJ.D BY GENERAL GRANT. TI MEETlllf APPOMPI ■ F if ty Y eats Ago Ended th e G reat W ar ‘ of th e Rebellion. A fter G eneral G rant received General ■Lee's note asking fo r term s for su rren­ d er on th e m orning of A pril 9, 1805, he se n t a reply saying th a t he would m eet Lee a t 'a n y place'he m ight designate for th e interview . In his personal memoirs G eneral G rant gives th is account o f th a t m eeting, and the surrender of th e A rm y of N o rthern V irginia: •- I was conducted a t once to where .Sheridan was located w ith his troops d raw n up in line of b attle , facing the C onfederate arm y near by. They were . very m uch excited, and expressed th eir view' th a t this w as a ruse em ployed to enable the Confederates to get aw ay. T hey said th a t they believed th a t Jo hn­ son was m arching up from N orth Caro­ lin a n o w ,'a n d Lee w as moving to join th e m and ...

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 — 15 April 1915

/ ' ■ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 1 5 , 1 9 1 5 | PERSONALS Attorney W. E. Gnede left for Fond d u Lae Wednesday on a business trip for a couple'of days. Mrs. Jas. McNeoley left for Greeni Hay Wednesday to spend a few days visit­ ing relatives. Rev. Fr. Van de Castle of Wrigbtsr town was a visitor here between trains on Monday. Mrs. Lawrence llitcbedek on Thurs­ day went to Green- Bay to spend the ■week end. Miss Enitiia Ilelm made a trip to Green Bay Tuesday /returning the any following. Mrs. C. B. Hart was confined to her home and bed for several days last week by illness. Miss Marion^Cornish who lins been .away since last June, returned homo Thursday evening, Miss Stella Meyer returned here Sat-, urdav night from Itewaunce, where she spent Easter with her parents. Elmer Twcodale left for Manitowoc Wednesday to ship aB fireman on tbe tu g Bob Teed of the Grcilling fleet. Mr. and Mrs. VP\". E. Wngcncr and. S, - and M rs-L . H. Nebel spent Monday at Green Bay^ofi a- pleas...

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 — 15 April 1915

' : ... I***/ ■ * T HE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, A T T.7Z .15, 19J5. f LOCAL ITEiVlZ D orcas Society.—.The. D orcas, society w ill m art wrtb Mis4 Helen Stiles on Tuesday evening A pril 20. P reyainig to Build.—Carl F. Y olkaa is .making preparations to erect a stucco residence on th e lot adjoining th e A lex. M eikle prem ises on- Cedar street. ' Ex- ■ cavatioir .was this week' made for the foundation. . Unclaimed L e tte rs.^ L c tte is rem ain­ ing. a t the Sturgeon Bay postofliee for the week ending April 13, are: Chas. .Fjguier, H enry Hendricks, Edw ard H all. M rs. F red N eavill, H nrvev Pecard, Mirry Smith,. M iss A r StefTeir. ' Council W ill Organize.—The new council will hold its first m eeting on ' T uesd ay ' evening,\" April 20, a t which tim e an organization w ill be effected. As there are three new members there w ill n atu rally be several changes in' th e com m itt.es. W ill Celebrate Opening.—The ladies of St. Joseph church are planning on giving a public ope...

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 — 15 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,. APRIL 15, 1915. 1 The Adventures, Perils and Escapes of the Union Scout of the Mississippi BY GEORGE W AKEM AN ^^5)SXsX*XsX5XS^®SX5X5X5xSi®§ CHAPTER- XVII., A Dreary Day and a Lonely Ride—Life in the Southwest—An Experiment With a locomotive. By and.by, as tlie scout, rode away froili Corinth, the rain carac down in blinding torrents. T]ic sky was dnjk-, nnd the wind whistled through, the drip- t-vees. Rills and streams ran down ping and in ninny places it was the -road flooded. On coining to the Tuseuinbia Creek lic found it tit full height, and his horse was very reluctant to phmge into the surging current. A forcible application of-the spurs finally induced Win to move forward, sirtd. lie soon swam to the other side. Bell’s clothes were, already thoroughly drenched, but he held up his ■^wldle-bags and' .preserved tlie 'quinine orphiue, percussion caps, gold lace S .'with which they were stored, from inju.-y. . • T h e \\ country was lonely and poo...

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 — 15 April 1915

'• ! ( - w : i : THE STURGEOK BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 15, 1915 PREPARE THE CHILDREN FOR LATER YEAfeS rpH E R E is no m ore serious question for you to de­ cide, Mr. and Mrs. Parent, than the kind of training your children are to have. In many homes education ana training depend upori how much .the parents can afford to spend. / v „ . W hat about Y our Boy and Girl? Will Willie have to forego his dreams of being a civil engineer, or ■will Mary be deprived of th e musical training she has been looking forward to? W ill they be compelled after school ' years are passed to take their places with the underpaid men - find women, untrained, without a vocation? Plan now, when they are young. Bank your money—or better still, de­ posit a little to their credit in this bank regularly,' and when the time comes there will be no necessary \"skimping” to start them off right. 000 S u r p l u s ' STURGEON B A f- W IS Means Delightful, Natural Refreshing Sleep * t A n absolutely Sapless bedspring Do...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 April 1915

STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 15, i915 BIS IBGKY NUMBER By MARY GARLAND KNIGHT. (Copyright, 1915, by \\V. G. Chapman.) W hen'the unclq. Of W illie Templeton died leaving ten thousand dollars “to his beloved nephew,\" - the latter, felt like the richest man in the world. -He did not start out on a mad spendthrift riot. That was not his natural pace. He had missed real home life since his parents died two- months previously. Young Templeton quietly set out to find a wife He wag not after style, money or position. Some, sweet humble little woman who could appreciate a comfortable home was his ideal. v ' / ■ \"There seems to be npne sudr&in Elsdehe,” he decided, after every for- tUne-hunting girl in the county had set h er cap a t him. / \"Business is w hat you w ant to think o f,'o ld boy,” declared'his lawyer, a young man who was really loyal to his interests../ ^ Willis considered m any - business propositions. Then cam e a wonderful chance to Increase his few thousands to a mil...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 April 1915

!T:? THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, Ap r il id, 3C25. A CORNER ON CORN. Preparing the Seed Bed. W ritten for The Sturgeon Bay Ad­ vocate by G. B. Mortimer of the Col­ lege of Agriculture, University of W is­ consin. . ‘ Boys, if - you want . a ’ bumper com crop this season don’t wait for it,, go out and get ’ it. And of course the only way to get it is to do the right tiling a t the right time and keep right a t it. That, means using your head as well as your muscles. I t is well to remember th a t almost any one can make guo.-, a t raising corn under. ideal conditions, b u t it takes a real corn grower to grow a good crop under conditions as we gen­ erally find them. Of course we all want to be renl corn growers. It isn’t the fence th at separates your corn field ' from your neighbors th a t makes your corn so much better than his it’s be­ cause you put in more time planning and' working for a good big crop. I t’s ‘time now to begin thinking about getting th at field into the very...

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 — 15 April 1915

COUNTY NEWS, {Cmvllnuvil from first\" page) DETROIT HARBOR. , ,]ce in- Green bay se e m s to', q u ite s o lid , but---* ------ --- A birthday party nt- Mis. Ed. Cor- noil's Iasi Saturday van unite a j.nv-M- inent alTair. We notice that some of the fanners began Working their soil last Monday, this being the first’ work in this Jtic this season. ’ - / Much sickness. ’still prevails. Dr. Egelaml was callcd here last Sunday af- ternoon' to-- see’ Capt, ’G. Goodlet. He made several other calls also. ' ‘ Work on ■-Walter.- Launders bam is progressing rapidly,’ there being n force of live qr six inen workitjg'on -it. ‘ It will be a fine up-to-date structure.. Thorvald Johnson will go to a hospital as’ soon as he can get'aWay .from here, lie is afflicted with rhoumtism in the liip which threatens to 'break out ' into . a sore. This has to bo treated with electricity. , ' - John T . Anderson has sold his house­ hold, goods and has moved over to his daughter, Mrs! V. E. IvoyenV place, wh...

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 — 22 April 1915

“ d o o r . .COUNTY DOES.\" over bur Classified Ads JiTthe 2nd page of this paper. Y '■ . ' \\ V o l . 54 n o . 4 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1915. _ J ^ A T HOME $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS Navigation Is Opened. The steamer Bon Aini, Capt. J. T. Ronlette, left port yesterday morning on her first trip of the season to Green Bay. On her return she will make a trip north along, .the east shore. L ast year the first arrival front Green Bay' was the steamer John Dcnnessen on April 20. The first boat to go north through the bay was Ann, Arbor No. 4 on April 18. The Sailor Boy will go into commis­ sion next week. She will be in com­ mand of Capt. P. Boulette. The schedule of the H art line calls for. a boat leaving' Green Bay every morning at 10 o’clock, and leaving here for th at port a t 3:80 p. m. Tiiis sched­ ule will be maintained until June .15, when the summer schedule will go into effect. ' r— — CHICAGO MARINE. Things are quite dull on the river this spring, no lumbe...

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 — 22 April 1915

M b* S tu r g e o n 38a p a d v o c a te Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ■ntered In the Post-nice' a t Sturgeon - 'Bay. \\Vts., as second-class m atter. RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION: One year , .......................................,..$1.50 Six months .......................................... , .70 F our m onths .................. 00 Two months ....................................... .25 Single C o p ie s/ ,.............. 05 Two dollars will be charged If not paid w ithin the yenr. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager, Sturgeon Bnv, Wis., A p r il 22, 191,I. EDITORIAL Lest you forget—swat the fly! Glean Up. Everybody’s doing it. A Kenosha minister used a full page advertisement to ‘attract people to his church. Ho is much wiser , than some who pride themsclyed on being progres­ sive and wide-awake business men.- The legislature has . passed the bill allowing the killing' of only one buck deer. It has also refused to repeal the eugenic marriage law, • though the' s'tat- iit...

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 — 22 April 1915

i ■ t h e STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 22, 1915. Refreshed! after a bath with KIRK’S OAPKBSE Soap because its “ bubbly ” lather has opened and thoroughly cleansed the & m pores, leaving only a “tingle” of per- feet cleanliness. ... A daily morning bath with this pure soap is a joy and makes the day’s work easier. YOUR DEALER SELLS IT by matrimony and by the desire to give, up the w ork'as teachers, 17 o fth e teachers of 'th e Kenosha city’* schools filed their resignations w ith the clerk of tiie board of education. AH of the resignations were accepted and when a new teachers’ committee is named the first duty of .’this committee will be to fill this host of vaneanies. , ,. One of the famous Windecker triplets of Fond du liae, is dead and another seriously ill. Sylebes AVindeckor, aged 70, passed away Thursday night, death coming after being ill from pneumonia, only a short time. Mrs. Sedate Pier, another of the triplets is seriously ill a t her home a t AVausau and recovery ...

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 — 22 April 1915

THE STURGEON HAY ^DVOCATE, APRIL .22, 1915, * ‘ ±L \\ PERSONALS M iss Celia Bogensclmtz is spending th e week with her parents in Egg Har­ bor. Miss Viola Grinney spent th e. week end visiting friends at Green Bay, re­ turning home Monday. Mrs. George Barrand was taken to the People’s hospital for medical treat-4 m ent within the week. Christie Helm left Monday for Mil-* waukee to remain indefinitely, after a „ v isit with relatives here. Mrs. Spinncttc returned to Green Bay ' Tuesday afternoon, after spending few days with friends here. , Mrs. Leathern Smith left Monday for Milwaukee to visit for a short tim e w ith her parents and other, relatives. Alex. Luntl.berg of Fish Creek spent a couple of days in thffe’ ty the first of '\"■die\"week-YidiUng relatives and friends. Herb. Putman” lias been appointed riianager of .the Gloe-Naidl orchestra of Two Rivers, entering upon his duties last week. A tty. M. T. Parker .of Algoma was a caller - iff th e oity Wednesday between •train...

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 — 22 April 1915

T H E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 22, 1915. f LOCAL,ITEMS. I » ' ' ■ - - - ' ■ ■ * L P lan tin g Spawn.—Supt.* Soutl th e local fish .hatchery is busy taking care of th e millions of fish fry th a t are daily hatching,' an d p lanting .w ill be commenced soon. Unclaimed L etters.—Letters' remain-* ing unclaim ed a t th e Sturgeon Bay positoffice for th e week ending A pril 20, are: Bob D onaldson, M rs. Geo. Dilcree, Grace Hicks, W arren Joyce. New Truck.—H. J . H ahn has added a new Buick auto tru c k to his equipm ent com bining th e machine w ith his furn i­ tu re business and,1 fru it farm . I t is one -o f th e finest looking outfits in -th e city. Sum m er W eather.—The tem perature M onday w as as w arm as a day in mid sum m er, as w ill be seen by th e table published clsejvhere. The w arm h as started vegetation as though a m ag­ ic w and had brought it forth. T railing A rbutus.—This beautiful and fra g ra n t flower has already mnde its ap pearance, th e w arm 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 — 22 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, ARRIL 22( m s : | The Adventures, Perils and Escapes | of the Union Scout of the Mississippi 1 BY GEORGE WAKEMAN CHAPTER XVIII. The W rath of Ruggles—An Application o£, 'fSoft Soader”—A Colored Man on the “Light Fantastic’’ Heel—Suspi- Aftor liis futile attem pt to blow up the locomotive at Columbus, Bell busiod himself in learning the movements of the Confeerate forces. He did not cull oir General Ruggles, thinking it safer to. remain quiet. He sold the. quinine, morphine, oilieers’ buttons, etc.. which he had brought from Corinth, to. per­ sons about the post commander's officc and in the town,’ hnd at very good pri­ ces. though iir Confederate money. ■ He found from his inquiries as to arm y movements, that there was no immediate danger of serious trouble to Sherman. General Stephen D. Lee, with about three thousand cavalry, was oh Sherman’s trail and a portion of Lo- ring’s division of infantry, from, Merid­ ian, had 'come up the Mobile an OMu ro...

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 — 22 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, APRIL 2S/ l 915. Kirk’ s Flake W H I T E SO AP FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD USES Cleans every­ thing quickly and safely* floors or the finest fabrics. Your Grocer Sells It MARINE NEWS ■ — : = : :__ [Continued l'romi first page.] NOTICE TO MARINERS. ' The Lighthouse department Issues^ the following notice to mariners, .giving the list of lights and buoys th at have been established: Indiana shoal gas and light buoy, Cal­ umet Bay gas and bell buqy, Hyde Park shoal outside buoy, Oakland shoal out­ side buoy, Chicago Harbor outer gas and bell buoy, South Park shoal buoy, Mil­ waukee south point buoy, Charlevoix .north'-pierhead light station, Charlevoix south pierhead light station, Grand Tra­ verse light station, Menominee pierhead light station. ‘'Oconto . HiObor south pierhead^ light w as. established. April 12, 1915, on west end of south pier, flashing white every 4 seconds, flash 1 second 'duration,of 200 eandlepower, 31 feet abd've.’wTter bn a white skeleto...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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