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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 April 1915

Watch for detailed announcement of the $1000 to be given away By the Advocate “DOOR ..CO U N TY DOES.” U AT H O M E” VOL. 54 NO. 5 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 29,1915. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS CHICAGO m a r i n e . Capt. F ran k Sabotia’s m otor boat U. S. A. w as launched a t P eter Cargard's b o a t'y a rd and w ill be fitted out for the Lincoln P ark run as soon as the sea­ son opens up. i Ed. H ester, who is fishing out of this p o rt, picked up th e a ir ta n k s of th e Mc- • Cormick aeroplane in his nets a few days ago, b ut they sun k again as soon a s they came to th e surface. The Hlinois M arm e W recking Co. has changed its phone nuiQjy»f\"And place of residence. The new phone is 6088 Humb and th e stre e t num ber is 2246 A rm itage Ave. They are ready fo r calls day or night. Capt. John Leonard w ill sail the schooner M inerva th is season. This vessel loft M ilwaukee w ithin the week for N orthport, Mieh., a fte r a load of potatoes. Capt. G ilbert Anderson ...

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 — 29 April 1915

T H E ST U R G E O N B A Y AD VO CA TE, A P R IL 29 1915 Sturgeon JBap HDvocate Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. C & te re d in th e P o st-ffic e ' a t . S tu r g e o n B a y , W is., a s s e c o n d -c la s s , m a tte r . R A T E S O E S U B S C R IP T IO N : . ,$1.50 er. One- year ....................,. Six m o n th s .................. Four m o n th s . . . . . . . . . . . . . Two m o n th s .............................. S in g le C o p ie s ............ 05 T w o d o lla r s w ill b e c h a r g e d I f n o t paid \\y ith in th e y e a r. • DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager, Sturgeon Bay. AVis.. April 20, 1015. EDITORIAL GETTING WRONG IDEAS'. . . Last week notice was to have been \" ‘.made concerning the graduating. ■ class sending out of town for their class pins and rings and commence­ ment imitations. On, account of — time, no mention tvas made. We were ' pleased th at The Journal made . note of it, however, and in a very ’ commendable (mahner, hitting t...

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 — 29 April 1915

■T* X f. THE STURGEON BAY \" W A S H E S C L O T H E S S W E E T A N D C L E A N W H I T E wm A S O A P 5 y State News in Brief Angelina, th e 17-month8-old daugliter o f M r. and Mrs. Bruno Villello Of Spoon­ er, drowned by falling into a w aslitub d uring the m other’s absence. F ifty-six wildcats' and - seventy-nine wolves were trapped in Douglas county during Jan u ary , F ebruary and M arch, according to the county clerk. A to ta l of $958 in bounties ,\\vas paid, breaking a lf previous records. Jam es W apoose, th e Indian who shot and killed. M iss M ary Dickson, postm is­ tress, in Shaw ano, has been operated on and the bullets removed froffi his brain. I f he recovers from his attem p t to com­ m it suicide he w ill be charged w ith m urder. Charles F arnbam w as buried alive w hile digging^ a trench near Racine, b u t w as rescued before being sm othered to death. F arnham w as w orking when, w ith o u t w arning, th e sides of th e 'tren ch caved in, burying him unde...

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 — 29 April 1915

0 £t\\ ‘ h \": t ' THE sTOHGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL Z9,19ijs. I PERSONALS-. I ’ : ■“:■ 'It. % *i ^ \"■11 ... r—r Mrs. Jblih. Plevto returned home Tues­ day from a visit at Milwaukee. '— \"L. M. Washburn made a business trip to Green Bay on Thursday, returning •home the saino evening. Mrs. Albert Grciscn presented her hus­ band with a young cigar ninker on ■ Sunday, much to his delight. Jeff Teweles arrived from Milwaukee - Saturday Evening to spend a short visit •with relatives in this city. The home of Fred Brcideiilmgen was visited by the stork, whieh left a baby bov in the house. Miss Edith Xelson went to Menomi­ nee, Mich., Monday to spend a few dnys visiting relatives. Miss Amelia Freeman returned'' to Milwaukee Friday after visiting rela­ tives here for a couple of -weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Bassford of Al- gbma spent the week-end visiting with relatives and friends in .the city. Mrs. Claude Stephenson returned home from Xew York city Saturday, after having paid,...

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 — 29 April 1915

THE- STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AVR1L 23 LOCAL lid fe rf AW M eeting.—The • of th e Congregational church will m eet w ith Mrs. A /T . H arris on Tuesday af- ^ ternoon a t 3 o’clock. Unclaimed L etters.—L etters rem ain­ ing a t th e Sturgeon Bay postolRce for the week ending A pril ■ 26, a re: Chris. Anderson. Joe B randt, J. H afest, M ike J . 7 Petersen. , Express Thanks.—The W om an’s club, th ru th e press wish to express their than ks to th e persons who took p a rt in the recent perform ance , those who had charge of th e caste, and the com m ittee on finance for the excellent w ork done. ■Marriage Licenses.—The. . following' m arriage'licenses were issued w ithin the w eek: Christian M. Sorenson and May ■ K. O ttosen, D etro it Harbor, Thos. r W hite, Green B ay and G ertrude O’H ern, ■ N asew aupee H erm an W oldt, Egg H ar- -bor, and H ulda Olson, G ibraltar. G reat Success.— The “opening” of th e chapel of S t. Joseph church Tuesday night was a splendid success in ev...

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 — 29 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ^Y O C A T E, APRIL 29, :91s. 1 The Adventures, Perils and Escapes of the Union Scout of the Mississippi 'BY GEOKGE W AKEM AN . euArTF.ii x i\\. A F a ir. Challenge Accepted—Two Buds Killed w ith One Stone—A Chase 01 the Road—Peram bulating •’ Memphis. B ell. entered into conversation with some of his comrades, mid told them th at lie had h e a rd 'th e suspicions which had been expressed as to his statem ents ab o u t. On tt'iiiig Memphis. • —- “Now,” said he. \"if you don’t believe th a t I do w hat I say. or if you witnt to see how. I do it. some of y6u come along w ith me nnd I will show you. If you think I dare not go .in there, I w ill not only go myself, h u t I will tak e any of you who dare to follow me. T h a t is a fair proposition, and any man who su s­ pects the tru th of anything I have ever said, ought to be w illing to accept.” Seven men. of the brigade im m ediate­ ly volunteered to accompany him , some of them .'no doubt, under the impression th ...

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 — 29 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, A^RIL 20/ 1915. FXCtarO THE STBEETS. . T h e y to o k a little g rav e l. A nd to o k a 'l i t t l e - t a r . W ith v a rio u s In g re d ie n ts • Im p o rte d J ro m a fa r T h e y h a m m e re d It a n d ro lle d It, A n d w h e n th e y w e n t a w a y T h e y s a id th ey h a d a p a v e m e n t To- l a s t fo r m an y a d ay . \\ T h e y cam e w ith p ick s a n d sm o te T o la y a w a te r m ain . ' \\ A nd th e n th e y ca lle d th e w orkrrten . T o p u t i t b a c k ag a in . \\ . T o la y a r a ilw .y cab le ‘ T h ey to o k It u p once m ore A nd th e n th e y p u t it b a c k a g a in J u s t w h e re i t w a s before. T h e y to o k i t u p fo r co n d u its T o ru n th e telep h o n e ' A nd th e n th ey p u t i t b a c k ag a in , . Aq h a rd a s a n y stone. T h e y to re i t u p fo r w ires •To- feed th e 'le c tric lig h t, A nd th e n th e y p u t It b a c k -a g a in . W h ic h w a s no m ore- th a n r i g h t Oh, th e p a v e m e n t'...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 29, 1915. W ill Take Place on sMay 14 and 15— Special features Have Been In­ troduced This Year. The diploma examinations for the candidates for tli common school ploitias will be held this year on May 14 and 1\". in the following school build­ ings: Washington Island No. 1, Sister Bay village., Kgg Harbor state graded school, Rist. No. 3 Sevastopol. Jt. Dist. No. 3 Nasewaupoe and Sturgeon Ray, T'orcstville. graded school and Brussels, Five. Corners. During the' preceding week oral examinations will (be given in reading and orthoepy. A special feature of the examination this year will be the fact that candi­ dates for graduation will be given credit in lieu of examination, for certain Work that is done before the date of gradua­ tion. This special credit work may be done in geography, physiology or agri­ culture. In the work, in geography, the student will be given 20 per cent credit, in physiology,. 10 per cent credit and in agriculture 10 per ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 April 1915

m IE ! ■ ' v A ■■■■■'■ I' * A ' - . ( TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE., A y ^ r.- P A B IIE B JO B S . \" I f I ’d n o th in g to d o ,” s a id F a r m e r J o h n •' T o t r e t o r to b o th e r m e : v ■W ere I . b u t r id o f t h i s m o u n ta in o f ■ w o r k ' W h a t a g o o d m a n I c o u ld b e ! . \" T h e p ig s g e t o u t, a n d t h e c o w s g e t in , t^ h e r e t h e y h a v e n o r i g h t to b e A n d t h e .w e e d s l n t h e g a r d e n a n d th e ’ c o r n — ■ W h y , t h e y f a ir l y f r jg h t e n m e. “I t w o r r ie s m e o u t o f te m p e r q u ite , A n d w e ll- n ig h o u t Of m y h e a d W h a t a c u r s e i t is t h a t a m a n m u s t to il L ik e th is , f o r h is d a ily b r e a d .\" B u t F a r m e r J o h n , so o n b r o k e h i s le g , A n d w a s k e p t f o r m a n y a w e e k A h e lp le s s a n d a n id le m a n — W a s h e t h e r e f o r e m ild , a n d m e e k ? N a y w h a t w ith th e p a in , a n d w h a t ” ^...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 April 1915

THE STURGEON BAY AlivOCATE, APRIL 2!-. 19*5, M / / COUNTY NEWS A t L a s tl A P erfect Fitting Union Suit Here’s summer joy, men. Abso­ lute comfort in a union suit that does not bunch up, bag or chafe. SOUTH BEN D .IN D It fits\" all over—not just here and there—because it has the famous “Give” Back and “Elastic\" Closed Crotch, which provide ab­ solute comfort in any position. It’s the coolest summer under­ wear we ever sold. Come in and see the Stephenson “Give\" Back Athletic. - Every good style,' all popular fabrics. W e can surely fit you. C. GREISEN. The Stnrgeon Bay Orchard & Nursery Co. offer at their Nursery some exceptional bargains in Apple Trees this Spring. Varieties: Dudley,/ McMahan, Talrnan Sweet, Wolf River, N. W. Greening, McIntosh Red, Snow, Hyslop Crab. Price $8.00. per 100 and up. % Excellent opportunity to start an orcqard at a low cost. Calf 2111 or 2114 and leave your order. D. E. BINGHAM, Manager. ! Ice! Ice! The ice season .will begin May Is Prijats...

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 — 6 May 1915

“DOOR .COUNTY DOES.” ''■ ® f ! m m VOL. 54 NO. 6 STURGEON lUAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915. *1.56 A YEAR f MARINE NEWS MOVEMENTS OF jfiE t & S. FLEET • The tug Hunsader oil Friday took the stone laden scow--Andrew to She­ boygan. ■The tug Satisfaction of Menominee, Oapt. Anderson, on Friday took the crushed, stone carrier- Adriatic to Me­ nominee with a cargo, returning the day 'following. ' On .Sunday the Hunsader took the .Adriatic to - Green Bay. with a load of crushed stone, and on Tuesday the same boat was taken to Algoma by the same tug. The Advance and Oak Leaf are being loaded with rip rap istone for delivery a t Manistee, and will get away today or tomorrow. • The barge • Glascow is-being loaded for the first time this season for Maniateb where a crib is to be sunk the latter part of the wegk. She will be taken to Ber destination by. the Hunsader.' Oppose Building of Dredge. Secretary , of War Lindley M. Garrison lias authorized construction of a govern- v mcnt ...

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 — 6 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 6, igjS. Sturfieori advocate F n b lls h e d E v e ry T h u rsd ay a t S tu rg eo n Ray, M is. , S ta te r e d ’ in th e Post-fltce n t S tu rg e o n • B ay, M'is.. a s seconil-class m a tte r. R A T E S OE S U B S C R IP T IO N : O n* y e a r . . . Six m o n th s . F o u r m o n th s T w o m o n th s S in g le Conies . .51.50 .75 .50 .25 .05 -Two d o lla rs w ill i)e c h a rg e d If n o t g« ld w ith in th e year. DUDLEY ■ S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, AVis., May 0. 1915. EDITORIAL TEACH THEM TO SWIM. Both Green Bay ami this city last ...week had drowning accidents in'which boys lost their lives, and in each in­ stance the hoy was fishing. \"We heai people sav this, that and the other tiling in criticism of the hovs being allowed .to do this or to do that. In ninny instan­ ces the critics are old mnids, bachelors or the new style married person without any children. It is all very well to tell other people how to bring u p children, bu...

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 — 6 May 1915

,,U- THE STURGEOHBAY ADVOCATE, * A Y 6, 1915/ WEST SIDE and VICINITY Rob CarT Sorenson’s Coop. Sneak thieves on ’Dmrsday night raid­ ed the hen coop of Carl Sorenson and took therefrom -ten hens'and a rooster. This is surely grand larceny. shore, where they evidently got into a boat-and made their escape. The police are ranking every effort to locate the stolen jiroperty or apprehend the thieves and if they succeed it is likely, to go pretty hard- with them. When a!person takes as raany fowl as this it is quite evident th at they are being Stole for prolit, and not for the fun of it. ' Had there been a couple tak- en apd th e . owner been invited to a chicken supper, he would have hud some idea where they went, but* under the circumstanced he is sure th at the par­ ties who took them came to this side of the bay in a boat. That they knew ,he was the keeper of some select chickens is also evident, otherwise they would not have'picked him out as the victim. _ Alderman Jake Wiesncr ....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 May 1915

' - f s - Y * THE STURGEON feA ^ \"ADVOCATE, MAY 6, liRS. EL A IN E . J u s t w hen Iter s p rin t w as a t its b est, \\V ith bloom a n d 1 so n s atnl su n sh in e rife — W hen in h e r sw e e t so u l unccfnfessed, L ove bode, a rosy. sm ilin g g u e st— ' T he. bud d in g grace, th e m o rn in g zest. T h e th ro n g in g . p u lse s' jo y o u s s trife , T h e m y ste ry th a t we e a li life. W as stille d w ith in h e r g e n tle 'b re a s t! \"Sifle lie s lik e sortie fair- flow er,” I said, • ‘‘A fter th e s u n sh in e -b rig h t as b rie f F olded in h ap p y sleep —n o t dead— A s fo ld s a w h ite rose, le a f on lea f , W hen T w ilig h t's eh illy dew s a re sh ed — U n h eed fu l o f m y love a n d g rief. F o ld ed in happy sleep!’’ 1 said. \"B y ' som e sw eet spell of peuce po s­ sessed. S tirle s s sh e lies, from chln to feet. In m an y a f ra g ra n t, snow y fold, H e r v e s tu re d raw n h alf-b lo w n an d 1 sw eet. H e r h a n d s a fa ir cognizance hold—...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 May 1915

t h e STTOGEON BAY ADVOCAt*, MAY 6, 1915. \" I f \" farming in tbe Meet* BY PORTER C. KNUDSON . A number of my Sturgeon Bay friends have written me asking to tell them jr. detail about farming ire the far - West, and.it is with this purpose in view that this article is written. I profess not to know much myself about farming, so I trust this reader will hav patience with me if my sentences are. not worded as an agriculturist or farmer might .void them..' It is plain to be Seen- that farming . and the raising of products from the soil is the most important occupation in this world today but it is an undis­ puted fact tlia.t it is the one occupation which we know the least about. While I am not a farmer myself,’ still if I can’t farm as well as some farmers do I’d sell out. Of course it is easy for owe to see faults and pick flaws in the Work another person ,is doing, and while this thought may be a cove or nucleus around which this artidle is written, it is done with this point in,v...

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

. . , / '/ / .’L . H ans M. K nudson w as confined to his home- a n d bod for several days y itliiu th e w e e k w ith an a tta c k of mumps/ - Judge H enry G raass took a run down from Green Bay Saturday, returning M onday morning. The trip w as one of ■business. Mrs. M att. Rheinhardt returned to her home a t Algoma on W ednesday, after visiting w ith her daughter. M rs. W in. Barnhardt. Jf(5, Fred. Spuda. who w as tm der aent a t th e Driscoll hospital, w as and returned io her home on |y &nv Foul os is able to be around and on d u ty again after-being laid up for a week, during which he Was under tre a t' m ent. / O tis Griffin w ithin the week took his departure for M ilwaukee where he will Jremnirr indefinitely., having secured re ­ m unerative employment. Jam es Maples, Sr., spent several days a t AJgoma within the week, where he w ent to see his old friend W alt Youngs, returning home Saturday. Dr.yE. H . Robb 011 Tuesday afternoon took a trip to M ilw aukee,'w hither...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 6, 191V. / I Vvi'W | LOCAL ITEMS, j '.' W. !.■«• U ‘ U. w ilj weet witJi M rs. Yt^jI^Pciarl TuesdiiJ*,'M#j? 11. A llconlially in?if?d. Episcopal Services.—Episcopal servi­ ces •will be held a t the Odd Fellows hall a t 10:30 Hi m. \" Sunday, F.ev. Horatio Gates preaching. ■ B uys'Home Here.—Jolin Grober of Baileys Harbor within the week pur- chased the John Draeb residence in the , First ward, which he will take posses­ sion of in due time, and make his. home •an this city.. Unclaimed tetters.—Letters- remain­ ing a t the Sturgeon .Bay postoffice for the week ending May 4, are: RoV. Hul- chins,-Carl Johnson, Mrs. Ed. Miller, .Ridge Grove Orchard, O. Rohn, Almorc Stevenson, J. H. Vcditz.' Making the Rounds.—Assessor Henry Reynolds on Saturday, May 1, begun the work of assessing the .property in the city. He will endeavor to make as fair and equitable an assessment as possible, and with this end in view will spend the next couple of months a t th...

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

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 6 , l? X l ®6i®®®®SsSs^^ $ $..-. V-, ■ •,■.. ■ ■, , \" ■ f ■ .... . • y -' I I The Adventures, Perils and Escapes ’ of the Union Scout of the Mississippi BY GEORGE W A K EM A N S ® K *X *X 5)^5® ® ® ® ® 4X j S^ CHAPTER XX- •A Victim of S trategy —“You Are My- Prisoner!”—The Encounter of . the . Scouts—Saving Moscow. \" A fter a few days of rest, Bell was sent -bv General Chalmers w ith ft force of tw enty men. w ith Sergeant Scales as his second in command, on an expe­ dition t'o the Memphis and Charleston railroad. Chalmers had made a second attack on Oollicrsvillo, and had m et w ith a. bloody repulse. He felt angry and re­ vengeful, and said to Bell: “T ear up the track. Fire into the trains. Throw' them 'over an. em bank­ ment.. Ho all the damage you c-an, and don’t show' any mercy.’’ • Bell le ft the camp very much troubled as to w hat course to pursue to retain Chalmer's favor, and to prevent damage to the Union cause. A...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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