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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 May 1915

tR E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 20,1915. LOCAL Unclaimed Letters.—Letters ren a^ a ing unclaimed at-the Sturgeon Bay^poat? office for the week ending May 18, are: . Mike J. Peterson, Andrew Johnson. Miss 'a Week.— The readers o f-'th e “N ews of Forty .Years Ago.” w ill miss th e column this week. There was no file of the paper saved for the week end­ ing May 20, whidh accounts for the omis-, . sion. ^ Purchases Fruit Farm.—J. Early of Gren Bay, a prominent real estate deal­ er, has purchased a 100-aCre farm east of Ephraim in the town of Liberty Grove, which lie will convert into a cherry or­ chard. ' ... Farmer- Injured.—Ed. Anderson of W hitefisli Bay had a couple of teeth knocked out and his elbow dislocated Wednesday in an accident. He was gor­ ing up Garland, street w ittf a.^eow in a crate on a wagon, when .the box .slid off, throwing the driver heavily to,th e road with' the above result s. Begin Building.—Under the direction of J. W. Hcrrboldt the Door County Seed Co. l...

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 — 20 May 1915

■ ■ j : -■ •. • k ’’ f - W - THE STURGEON BAY ADV0CATE, MAY30f i913. ®®®®®tSXSW®(5(®®)®f5XS)®®S)®XS)CSxS)®®S®®SS^5X5)®SX5)®2X5XSSXSK5xSXaX5x5x5)®®5)®®® £ IofAdventures,for The Perils and Escapes the Union Scout of the Mississippi S®®&£®<sXSSXSJD®®®®®® BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ^® ® ®® ®®®®® ®S®S®® ®§ . ‘ CHAPTER X X II. A F a ll in to a “ W ash-H olo”— Search a H orse Under D ifficulties— Crossing . a Bridge “Coon-Fasliion”— An U n ex­ pected V o lley of M usket B alls. R iding o'ut of H olly Springs after .sup­ per, B ell proceeded about, three m iles, to g iv e the. im pression th a t lie w as on. his w a v to the Confederate lines a t Oxford- Com ing to a lonely portion of th e road, he turned abruptly to -th e . righ t, and m ak in g a circuit, o f H olly Springs, went '■towards L a G range, where a U nion force w a s sta tio n ed . H is horse, though u w retched look in g .anim al, belied h is ap • pearnnce, an-d pro...

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 — 20 May 1915

5 »k the weary •Take heart! oh ... toiler. ■.'•â– â– '■■-/heights,::' '' . . . „ I T6ward whoso proud peaks your fair \" tering footsteps tend! Take--heart! your- sunless days .and n t B r l p a f l . a -! Will sometime in a blaze of splendor end! '.-■-■'■,\". Y our -way m ay be so dark y o u ' cannot .■■‘v . .. see 'A 1 *! The glad-faced flow ers th a t blossom a t' your feet. Y et . all around—above you—there w ill be F ragran ce and. song /A pathw ay sweet. to,.m ake, your E ach s o u l. m u st learn th e oft-repeated .■'.- tru th ! . ' ’ ..\"■ ' : W e reach n o t life’s am bition, a t a , ■' ■ bound! ■• ” . , '■ . Even th e fieetness and th e . stren g th of . youth M ust scale the.toilsom e ladder round by round. Take .heart! e'en while you keep your stea d fast eyes . ? •Fixed on the far-off goal you striv e to gain F o r all along your rugged pathw ay lies , Some com pensating pleasure for the pain. ' Sflcctcil 2ttte«Uiimt. A Kearlij SuGoessful S...

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 — 20 May 1915

Saturday May 22 are' given away. Come early and avoid rush Have You a Sayings Account If Not Why Not Open One Saiurday Th is will be one big day at the Advocate office when the free distribution of 50c banks and checks worth 50 cents each starts at 9 a. m. Saturday morning. The bank is nickel plated,*automatic lock and patent protected coin retainer. We secured our supply from one of the largest manufacturers of savings banks in the country. Our check is drawn on the Merchants Exchange Bank .and they will honor these checks for 50c each, as shown in the plan below. This is your golden opportunity—one chance of a life time. Remember the distribution starts from our office ahd one bank and one check will be given to each person calling. Have You a Savings Account If Not Why Not Open One Saturday This i6 the Check for 50c / Cbe Sturgeon Bap Hbvocate Sturgeon Kas, TOs Sturgeon Bay, Wis. , • ct'- y ,, . THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SS&Per- 191 Teach Your Children te Save A BOY with a b...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 May 1915

NEXT WINTER’S LAYERS. II like so many th at have gone before, this youngsters .were hatched a little late it is now time to put a little “pep” into themjy not the red-kind th a t lias the heat of —:— (store is good enough),- and'the Sting of a snake) the kind we run down ■ Souls need th a t have th at tired feeling that comes when the weeds grow fastest and the work lags. “Pep” is slang for spirit, enthusiasm, energy, amhitioit, action -with good in­ tentions extracted and stored for eiiter- nity, for intentions are mighty poor laborer’s. Going along in the same old way is what wears out the wagon repairs are improvement and are always best made before they are necessary. So it is with next winter’s layers it is easier now to speed up the-young pul lets to lay early in fall than to try to make-them . lay in winter. Don’t let them stagnate into a season th at low era its profit possibilities through its own force. Speeding up means feeding a faster growing ration, one th at puts o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 May 1915

t h e STURGEON BAY ADVdCATE, MAY 20. 13:5,. ■' COUNTY NEWS | ELLISON BAY m- Death of Mrs. Gilbert Wickman.' ' 'M rs. Gilbert Wiekmari,. nee Alta The11 fcsa Stramlell, (lied at her home in Elli- son Buy enrlv Friday morning after a very short, severe illness due to blood poisoning. , Deceased was born Nov. 3, 1895, thus being but 19 years, (i months and 5 days old at the tinio of death. She was a dnughter'of Mr. ami Sirs. Win. Straiulell and this place has been her home all of her life. She was confirmed in the Trin­ ity Evangelical Lutheran church on Aug. 25, 1000. On Dee. 17f 1013, she was iini- , ted in marriage to. Gilbert Wickninn. one child blessing their.linion. She appeared to be in excellent health until Monday evening, when she was taken violently ill Seeing th a t her con- 'dition was grave all of her sisters and brothers were called to her bedside, all being able to get there but Mrs. B. , Ha(n of Sturgeon Bay, who was unable to come on account of illness. ' Those left...

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 — 27 May 1915

DOOR COUNTY DOES.” “BUY -IT AT \" ‘ H O M E * VOL. 54 NO. 9 STURGEON BAY, WIS:, THURSDAY. MAY 27, 1915. MARINE NEWS CHICAGO MARINE. Mitchell & Sons have converted the former tug G. M. Hausler into a boiler welder. The schooners Minerva and J. V. Tay­ lor have made one round trip after po­ tatoes and both boats are now unload­ ing here. The local steamboat inspectors are kept busy these days on account'of the large number of small craft which come tm dtr their' jurisdiction. The steamer W illiam Davidson, load-* ing grain a t this port, broke her rudder stock and a new one is being made a t the Chicago shipyard. The accident will cause her several days delay. Things are about as dull in the marine line in Chicago as they ever have been. . Everything seems to be tied up. Outside of the -regular lines nothing but a strange coal carrier comes in oicasion- ally. The Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. will remove the sunken steamer Iowa within a few days. The hulk will be taken out in...

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 — 27 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MAY 27, 1915. ' S t u r g e o n B a g B f r v o c a te P a M ls h e d 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 . . ■ a t e r e d In- th e P o s t- ffic e ' a t S tu r g e o n ' Bay, 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 : O b * y e a r . . . Six m o n th s , S 'o u r m o n th s T w o m o n th s S in g le C o n ie s . $1.60 . .75 . .50 . • .25 .05 Two d o lla r s w ill b 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., May 27, 1915. EDITORIAL - MEMORIAL DAY. The (beautiful custom which had its origin before the close of the Civil War among the ladies of the South, of deco­ rating with the early flowers of spring and summer the graves of dead soldiers, and which afterward became so general thruout all sections of the Union that it took organized form in Memorial •Day, continues to be one of the greatest of our legal holidays....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 27, i ?l i ’ •‘i -1 f. •r:r'i f o r t t g . i n Btssomara m ts i. Allah I beg not th a t thou slay ' M y foe that thine eye shall keep My sword untarnished w hile I sleep, Allah! And I -will find the .way TCo pierce such dog, such Christian slave, •-/ And send him to Mahomet’s throne Unharmed where dark eyed tiouris frown On any but the warlike braveL A llah! I a,sk not that thy power Shall spare me from the doom of death, A thing llprht given—light ta'en is breath. I ask not one extended hour T o draw the vapor, such as steals. And gives ,the palm _a mute caress But, Allah! out of nothingness 1.1ft thou me when the hot brain reels. To meet my death as Bedouin should, A t point of lance, ’neath starry skies— T o meet the glance of tender eyes, » Still mottled with the battle blood— T o make from out cold lethargy, Thrilled to the soul by her soft kiss, W hose liquid fire shall wake by bliss Through all unspaced eternity! —M artha Eileen Holahan. jickc...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 May 1915

THE STURGEON. BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 27, 19lS fW PERSONALS ■ Y .n, M i n } «■», ^ Mrs. Ed. Heed anti Miss Pauline Han­ son left for their homes in Oshkosh MrsjMikc Tipler and daughter Lucille, ■who have 'been seriously, ill for several weeks, are improving. Frank Moeller\" returned home Friday from Milwaukee and Menominee, where he had been on business. Mrs. Jas. MeNcely spent a couple of days a t Green Bay the lirst of the week, returning home Wednesday. Miss Erma Brandeis is spending a week or so at Manitowoc and Milwau­ kee visiting .relritives and friends. v Miss Lucy Proctor went to Green Bay Wednesday, to' visit for. a short time With her friend Miss'Helen Hagemeister. ' Mr*. Jacob Jacob’ who has . been quite ill, is improving. She suffered abort siege of pneumonia to cap off her troubles, ... Mr. and Mrs, George Wieis, Jr., ar rived here »j Jtbin the week frora_ Reno •ha and'are^pending a couple of weeks visiting relatives. Mars. Jerry ,L. Mosley returned to her home at...

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 — 27 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 27, 1915. Unclaimed Letters.—Letters ’ - rempi ing a t the Sturgeon Bay postpffice for the week ending May' 25, ape:. ' Mrs. Frank Wallace. Episcopal Services.—There will he Episcopal services next Sunday at 10:30 a, m., in Odd Fellows’ hall, conducted by Rev. Horatio Gates. Household Goods Here.—The housed hold goods and, '\"furniture for Ca'bot Lodge at Cabot’s Point arrived in, cars during the week, and was transported to its destination via scow and motor boat. Stores Will Close.—In accordance with an, agreement made by the business men. all the stores will be closed on Monday. Decoration Day. Patrons are advised to make a note of this faqt and act accord­ ingly. Roller Goes to Nasewaupee.—TJie city steam roller was taken to 1 Nasewaupee Wednesday afternoon, where it is to be employed on ,the new highway built in th a t town by Highway Commissioner Moeller this spring. . In County Court.—The following mat-* ter was the only case before the coun­ ...

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 — 27 May 1915

The Adyentnres, Perils and Escapes J of the Union Scout of the Mississippi | 3®' BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ®®S®®®^SX5)SXS(S^S®(^^3 CHAPTER XXI11. Sweet Eyes—A Ready-made E x p lo it- New Acquaintance—A Promiscuous Family—Valuable Pillow— A Prise Waiting for Capture—A Smuggling Project. It was tin1 middle of December when Hell left liis comfortable quarters a t Memphis, to go back (o Chalmers, cuid to live once more upon the lean bacon., the gritty corn-dodger, and the sour buttermilk of the Confederacy. Xow there were some pleasant a sso- eiations to- the scout about Memphis. Wo may 'be excused for mentioning— although it m is neither an adventure a peril, or a n , escape—that Bell called twice, during his stay , in the city, on the voting lady whom he had m et on the steamer “Belle of Memphis.” Her earn­ est eyes beamed very.pleasantly on him, and his visits there, in contrast with his wild and eventful, life, seemed like an upwonted experience in some- en­ chanted island, or in s...

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 — 27 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY - i _ SfAY '27, isiS ITALY DECLARES WAfe. p'italy^has finally gone into the great] European fight, haying declared ^warl against A ustria loir Sunday' afternoon, j Shortly afterward Germany made a slut'j ilar declaration against Italy and there-] upon tiie latter country formerly joined I the allies and agreed to mnko no separ-1 , hte peace with'their enemies. W hile this event w as expected, Still it was held off so long that it was beginning to toe ex-* pectod th at the Italians -would finally keep out of the fray. Now there are .eleven countries involved, eight against three, and over half of the earth is en­ gaged in the. most terrible warfare im ­ aginable. At. the beginning of the war Italy was allied w ith Germany and-Aus­ tria and it was expected th at she Would fight with them. She however, declared neutrality, claiming t h a t . the alliance was for defense only, and that the fact that Austria was to engage Ser,- ,bia in an offensive war. freed them fro...

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 — 27 May 1915

^ ^ r \" $HE STUBGEOIf 9^1Sc ATE, MAY 37, 1915. , . 'T :v-'■■ v' This Is ’ •. ' ^ ■ *•- -■ ’ • * . • • V ) ‘ ' V y \" £ ■ / • ' - This the famous ■ ’ M ...... YOU can Buick Model C “37” .. .. win this big car Net Value in your $1270.00 spare time! ■ ■ i t ’s a BU!C K--N uf S ed . S e e J .G . Dana Co. \\ To Some Door County G irl or Lady!! • • Seven V aluable Prizes! THE ABOVE ARE SOME OF THE VALUABLE PRIZES THAT THE STURGEON: BAY ADVOCATE IS GOING TO GIVE. AWAY,. ABSOLUTELY FREE-OF-CHARGE, TO SEVEN OF THE POPULAR AND ENERGETIC GIRLS AND LADIES OF DOOR COUNTY. NEVER BEFORE OTTHE HISTORY OF THIS PENINSULA HAS SUCH A LARGE OR VALUABLE LIST OF PRIZES BEEN OFFERED. NEVER BEFORE HAVE THE GIRLS S d T.ADTES OF THIS COUNTY HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE SUCH GREAT AND VALUABLE AWARDS FOR SUCH A SMALL AMOUNT OF TIME . AND EFFORT EXPENDED. - ' GIRLS AND LADIES ANY GIRL OR LADY, SINGLE OR MARRIED, IN DOOR COUNTY, MJAY BE NOMINATED OR MAY ENTER THE CAMPAIGN FOR THE SEVEN BIG PRIZ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE* MAY 27, 1915. . TO BID FARMS OF WEEDS V- ' ■■ ■ (A. L. Stone.) The annual losses caused by weeds on ■Wisconsin farms 'need more serious con­ sideration than they have thus far been giveni The Agronomy department l/.ia accumulated considerable evidence which shows certain portions of the state to be infested with weeds to such an ex­ ten t th at it is very advisable to carry on a determined warfare to eradicate them. For many years those interested in sci­ entific and permanent agriculture have . thoughtfully considered the . damage done by weeds and have issued repeated warnings. But this work was confined almost entirely to preventive measures., and largely along the line of seed inspec­ tion for the purpose of insuring clean seed. ' - Farmers on virgin soils’of the United States where weeds were not numerous were inclined to ridicule the idea that weeds could ever become seriously trou­ blesome. The fears of the scientists howhver have been ...

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 — 27 May 1915

h h i h ^ w THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 37, 1915 Notice To LadiesI A. Representative of the Peo­ ple’s Store will be at + LaPeer's | S to r e , F ish C r e e k * -x Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1st & 2d with a big line of ladies’ Trimmed Hats from $1.00 to $3700. , I.Also ladies’ land Children’s Coats and Child­ ren’s Dresses. The best values you ever saw. Brann Bros. Iening. S to r e , Baileys Harbor, Thursday and Friday June 3 A 4 COUNTY Perfection in Prescriptions Our evergrowing prescrip­ tion trade has brought this de­ partment of our store to the point of perfection. Physicians appreciate this. They feel confident that we give their patients exactly what the prescription calls for: You know now why .this store is to be preferred. • BAILEYS HARBOR. » •••Xiiss iViinil Freese made a busincS^Trtp to-S turgeon Bay lrtst w eek. Thursday. Will Brann wont to Milwaukee Mon­ day to lit out tlio sellb.om-r Geo. YVos- cott, Mrs. Miohnoj Collins and I. D. Durns were among the b...

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 — 3 June 1915

The Advocate Costs $1.50 Per Year and is Worth It. \"DOOR COUNTY DOES.\" ' HOME.\" VOL. 54 NO. 10 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1915. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS Capt. Dan Seavey Meets Death. Capt. Dan Seavey and a couple of companions met d tragic death at Gar­ den Bay, Mich., Sunday night. The following item taken from the Marinette Eagle-Star gives the particulars of- the tragedy: “Lucias Mercer,. James .Broaty, and Daniel Seavey are dead as a result of - a fire which 'burned the mill, house, docks, and barge of Seavey at Garden Bay Sunday night at 11 o’clock. Foul play is suspected in connection with the deaths, and the, sheriff from Escanaba has - gone to the scene to investigate, fiho a coroner’s jury-' brought in a ver-* diet of accidental dkath! ' \"It is said that the three men had been drinking heavily all day Sunday, and it is thought that the fire was started thru their carelessness. Sea­ vey was trapt in the flames, and Broaty lost his own life in a heroic, tho v...

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 — 3 June 1915

THE STURGEON B4.Y ADVOCATE, JU NE 3, 1915. 188 S turgeon sa^ B b v c^ ate . F l U l ib e d E v e n T hursday a t SturgeoX ay, AVIs. ■ atered In the Post-fflce a t Sturgeon Bay, WIs., as second-class m atter. - ' i . R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : OH* year .. . BIX m onths . Four m onths Tw o months Single Copies $1.50 ,75 .60 .25 .05 ugic A.vj/ica .vii Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, AVis., June 3, 1915. f EDITORIAL M arinette county farm ers, inspired by .the fam e Door county lias attain ed in the grow ing of fruit, has caused several orchards ,to be planted, and th e papers on the w est shore are urging th e agri eulturists to go into fru it culture. They call attention to he fact th a t while Door county was unknown ten years ago its fame has spread to all corners of the U n ited 'S tates as q, cherry grow ing dis­ trict. AVe are proud to be an example to inspire others to g reater effort. But i...

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 — 3 June 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JUNE 3, 1915. §««*«!• W E SH O U LD SM ILE. T h e t h i n g ' t h a t g o es ■ th e f a r th e s t w a rd m a k in g life w o rth w h ile T h a t c o s ts th e le a s t a n d does th e m o st, is J u s t a p le a s a n t sm ile---- T h e s m ile t h a t b u b b les fro m th e h e a rt t h a t lo v es its fello w m en , \"Will d r iv e ' aw a y th e clo u d o f gloom a n d c o a x ‘ th e su n ag a in . I t ’s f u ll o f w o rth a n d goodness, too, w ith -m a n ly k in d n ess b len t I t ’s w o rth a m illio n d o lla rs an d it d oesn’t c o s t a cent. T h e re is no room fo r sa d n ess w h en w e ’ see a c h e rry sm ile. th e sa m e good look pulsation of(. life it may be probed to the foundation of good, and in its dark­ est night it shall-yield flashes of gener­ ous impulse. / . , : v. - Dr. Gershom—or, “Uncle Ralph,” as Mary called him—had been the family physician when she was a babe, and he was a man of sense as well as of exper­ ience an...

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 — 3 June 1915

U-- .fVK- THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 3, 1915. t :y . i Miss Anna Boyd wont to Green Bay ■Wednesday to visit friends for a week o fT 8 0 . Miss Hannah Nelson returned home Tuesday evening, having finished her teaching term. Erastus Arnold and James Maples. Jr., spent part of Sunday and Monday * t their home here. Atty. W. E. Gaedc returned Friday from a ten days’ business trip in the northern part of the state. .M tss Emma Helm left Monday for Milwaukee and Chicago on a business «qd pleasure trip combined. Capt. Norman La Plant spent a cou­ ple of days in the city the first of the ■week, coming here from Two Rivers, , Miss Stella Meyer .spent S,unlay and Decoration Day a t her home in Koxvau- ^K ee. fetlrrning home Monday evening. . '-M r. and Mrs. Wm. Lipke of Evans ton Hl . are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. FrankYeonard, the ladies being sisters. • Mrs. Sarah Osinuson, who is under treatm ent, .aL ih e People’s hospital, is geting along &a\\\\vell as can be expected Dr....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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