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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 June 1915

THE ‘STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE 3, 1915. fr- | ‘'.L©eSttI'‘iTEM& j *■ / '— - J Unclaimed Letters.—Letters remain­ ing: at th$ Sturgeon Bay poStoflfob the rveek1 fending June l'are: Oscar Bus- seWitz, Frank H. Ollinger. Missionary Meeting.—The Woman's Missionary Society of the Congregation­ al church will meet with Miss - Mary Beynolds on Friday, June 4. W. C. T. U.—The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Ole Tostenson on Tues­ day afternoon, June 8, on which occasion the topic will be “Child Labor,” led by Mrs. A. C. Greaves. Attend Convention.—A delegation of Odd Fellows on Wednesday autoed to Manitowoc to attend the convention held in that city, yesterday and today and to witness the work of some crack team. Extends Thanks. — Those having charge of the Decoration Day enter tainment for the old soldiers wish to ex tend their thanks to those who kindly volunteered their help in making the oc casion a success. Plank the Bridge.—The work of planking the bridge will be commenced...

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 — 3 June 1915

THE STUKGEOtf BAY ADVOCATB^JUNE 3, 1915. I The Adventures, Perils and Escapes I of the Union Scout of the Mississippi BY GEORGE WAKEMAN S®5XsX*Xs)®®S®®®®2@®@(j CHAPTER XXIV. ' Chafing Under Inaction—Plots and In­ trigues—The Holidays, Tableaux—Un- ion Prisoners Relieved.—Under Close Arrest. / Upon arriving in Oxford, 'the scout re ported to -General Cliiilnicrs, ' whom he had not seen, it will be rometpbered, since Jiis visit. to Richmond. Instead of returning Bell's salute, his countenance assumed a stern expression, and he _ said: ' “Lieutenant Pierson, I shall have to ivt you under arre3t. Your conduct in going to General Johnston ia person ■with an order which I liad signed -allow* \", ing you to proceed to Richmond, after th e understanding' which w e had th a t you were not to do so,, has. exposed roe to Geixentl Joliiiston’s censure and dis­ pleasure.” . - — “I can ,'i’Hlerstand very well the un favorable light in which iny conduct ap­ peal s to you,” said Bell, ...

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 — 3 June 1915

*’ ' 1 \" ' -* _ l1 t h e s t u r g e o n '.b a t /' .. — I .II.V -'i l i u . . . 1-1 .11 I nil.. '!, . n i l —I .1. 1... JUNE 3, 19.15. • ,y V ’vjV' eon Bay Advocate Subscription Campaign $1270.66 for your spare time for the few we Go get it! :vs: ' ' :c : ■ :v//■•-.•\"/^ .. __________________ 5_____i Aj: ___ ‘ • ' ‘ \" ' '•â–  1 .• v * .'1 ‘‘T ■ = ■ . a BUICK— N uf S ed . S e e th e J . C. YOU can win this big in your e m You Can Win! • - V - COUNTY HAD AN EXPENDED. * \\ , , ' -' J , ANY GIRL OR LADY, SINGLE OR MARRIED, IN DOOR COUNTY, MJAY BE NOMINATED OR MAY ENTER THE CAMPAIGN FOR THE ' m r , n n T T P D xrr i r e v rv o u n v e TUTAV T^XT'TTCU nTWTS rtTVW.S TTTE riTR T. AW T . i t l V W H O f f l S A T.I'T'TT.T? J M B m m w A vrr. -m.TT7rr.rcTr rtrrrr.THE JJ '■ SEVEN BIG PRIZES. NO MEN OR BOYS MAY ENTER. THIS GIVES THE GIRL OR LADY WHO HAS A LITTLE AMBITION AND ENERGY - BEST POSSIBLE CHANCE TO CARRY OFF THE BIG BUICK TOURING CAR OR ONE OF THE OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES OFF...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 June 1915

Germany Files Evasive Reply. NOTE IN ANSWER TO PRESIDENT WILSON COSIDERED VERY UNSATISFACTORY AT WASHINGTON. Sinking Of The Lusitania Was justifiable Withholds Final Discussion Pending Further Investigation As to :the Character of the Steamer L The text of. the German reply to the American note^ regarding the Lusitania and other incidents was made public on • Sunday. It is as, follows: “ The undersigned has the lion-or to submit to Ambassador Gerard the fol­ lowing answer to the communication of May 15 regarding the injury to' Ameri­ can interests through German subma­ rine warfare: “ The imperial government lias sub­ jected the communication of the Amer­ ican government to a thorough investi­ gation. Ifc entertainB also a keen wish to co-operate in a frank and. friendly way in, clearing up * possible misunder­ standing which may have arisen in the _ relations between the two governments through the events mentioned by the • Airiferican government. “Regarding,- firstly the ca...

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 — 3 June 1915

r I IB S STURGEON BAY ADVOCATK»JUNE 3, 1915. Jatm tefott and gome. PROPER CARE OF HORSES. To the farm er there is no more valu­ able asset tharr his horse or horses. The efficiency o f'th e team and the. comfort with which the horse performs his labor will largely depend on the general care and management that„he receives from his owner,. In some lines of farm work negleit one day m ay'largely be made right the next day, but with the care of the farm horse this is not true. Injury resulting from neglect is sure to be a t­ tended with loss th at cannot ’be atoned for, even when special care is subse­ quently given. . , To be a successful farmer a man must possess industrious habits. In a sense his work is never quite accomplished, owing to the Constant necessity- of fur­ nishing the horse with sustenance ana , protection and this witli the other work of the farm, keeps his time well taken up from morn till night. The farmer niust not only be devoted to his work, but he must be g...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 June 1915

TH E STURGEON' BAY ADVOCATE, JU N E 3, 1915. and a full line of Photo Supplies. We Do Developing. WoerfeP S S T O R E ryoui 1.1 i_ i i _ i i _ Will, ckenS T h r i v e -I l- 1 i lpr-| l-j I- in ,the right kind of poultry house. It should 'provide fresh air, dry­ ness* u»8unlight, space teppugh for comfort, con­ venience for cleaning, safety from rats, etc. A s to the proper material we give you disinterested ad­ vice, if you talk it over with us. - W e always aim to serve our customers so they will get the m ost for their money and will find'their purchases here truly economical. Whether you ought to use lum­ ber, .cement, concrete blocks, etc., . depends on circumstances we • shall be glad to discuss. This puts you under no obligation. Come in, call up or write. Sawyar Lumber Co 1 Dmnmnmmj Y e s ! It's easy to find just the Rugs you want in our new Catalogue. It’s Free COUNTY NEWS : r B A i i ^ y k h& r b o r . Mr. u'ut M rs,'A ndrew -Z akiapent f-wr day visiting a t StUTge...

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

The Advocate Costs $1.50Per and is Worth It. DOOR COUNTY DOES.\" VOL. 54 NO. 11 STURGEON BAY, WiS., HURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1915. A YEAR MARINE NEWS GILLEN CO. BUY STEEL TUG. The new steel tug G. L. Cleveland, ■which. was purchased by the Edward Gillen Dock, Dredge and Construction Co. of Ashtabula,. Ohio, has been deliv-' ered a t ■ th a t port last week, under the command of Capt. Fred. Rouse and New York crew. She left th a t harbor on April 21, and it required about a month’s time to make the journey. The Cleveland was built a t Philadel­ phia in 1884 a t a cost of $80,000, and was rebuilt in 1902, since which time she was engaged • in towing car floats up the E ast and North rivers of New York harbor for the New York Central railroad company. I t is understood th at the Gillen coriipany paid $35,000 for the craft. She is .90 feet long, 25 feet beam and 134 tons burden. She is fitted with a fore' and aft compound engine of 500 .h. p., .18x32x24 stroke has two fire box Scotch boil...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 June 1915

Sturgeon Bag Stwocate Published Evers T h u r s d a y a t S tu r g e o n ly, W i s .. ■' ■ a t e r e d i n th e P o s t-fflc e a t S tu r g e o n Bay, W is ,, o 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 : Ob* y e a r . . . Mix m o n th s . F o u r ' m o n th s T w o m o n th s ■ in g le C o p ie s . ,»1.S 0 . . .76 .60 .25 .05 T w o dollnrs will b e charged i f n o t M i d w ith in th e y e a r. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., June 10, 1015. T EDITORIAL Signs have been posted on the roads leading into this city calling attention to th e speed lim it of 15 miles an hour. B ut the signs will not keep the auto drivers from exceeding th e lim it. There is only one thing th a t will do this, and th a t is to cateh a few of them . This can only be accomplished by the police frequenting those portions of the city w here the drivers do not often see them. The common enemy—th e fly. The cam paign for the exterm ination of the fly i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 June 1915

THE STURGEOK BAT ADVOCATE, JUNE 10, 1915, THE WOTOD. .F ling the gay stuffs above It. The scar th a t the wound has le ft H ide .It w ith glow ing flowers. , W ith Angers quick and deft - Speak as If never a weapon. Held In a reckless hand, H ad stru ck a bioW 'so cruel The w orld w ill understand. T he w orld w ill look, and lightly Say it Is a ll forgot T he sneer, the life, the treason. Aye all a s 'th e y were not. Change in the law of nature And love, and faith, and tru st, A re things too fa ir and dainty To tread life’s common dust. O nly when a ll is over, The cu rtain draw n o’er the play W heti the voice has hushed its pleading, The sm ile has died'aw ay ■When the corpse is decked for burial, And things show as they are. Deep, red, and angry, a s a t first, 1 think they’ll find the scar. ^elected piscctlami. A Village Priest. Down in the dear south country, where palms and vines and olives grow all about, where the sun shines so gener ously„ where seas are blue and skies...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 June 1915

V '- .fN'riW7'1: - m - I ' ' THE..STURGEOM BJtf ADVOCATE, JURE ||V : lif t' PERSONALSi Mrs, F.- C. Payne spent ^ iiiid a j'^ t’Sr her parents, a t '.Algoma. Miss Anna l!oy) returned home'Tues­ day. after visiting friends n t Green Bay. #Tlui Dorcas society will meet with Miss Marion Rysdorp, Tuesday evening, June Jo. Miss Emily Phillips left Friday for Two Rivers, where she will visit friends .am i relatives. ’ Dr. F. C. ..Huff 'on Tuesday afternoon ■took a trip to Chicago, where he spent » couple of days on business. Miss • Eflwfieth Erdmann .went to Ke­ waunee Friday and returned home Sun 'day evening, visiting relatives there in . the interval. Mrs. D. S.'Long and son Dean returned home Wednesday evening from a two ■week's visit with relatives at Racine Milwaukee and Green Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Manger of Flat- ville, Wfs., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Suthers, the former being a brother to Mrs. Slithers., William ’Bovd, who has been engaged in teaching inr the hi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 June 1915

THE STURGEON.BAY JUNE 10,1915. LOCAL • Episcopal. Services.—Bev. . ' Gates will hold services next ’ Horatlq Sunday 'byu-nihg, June 13 a t 10:30 a t the 0,dd Fellows hull. « Large Communion Class.—A class of about forty-live took their solemn com- ' munion at St. Joseph church on Sunday , being one of the largest classes for some time. - - Wolf Bounty.—Louis Nelson of Bai­ leys Harbor within the- week collected bounty on four wolf cubs, for which he ■will receive $8 from the county and state for each cub—$32 in. all. Marriage Licenses.—Following are the marriage licenses issued within the week: Michael Donovan and M ary'Brau- er, Sevastopol Cash Dresser, city, and Lydia Braun, Nasewaupee. Made Improvements.—Capt. J. E. Clark has 'made some improvements' to Ms store during ,the past Month th at greatly facilitates the handling^ of his increasing business. He will in the near future build an addition to the place. Off for W est Point.—Jos. Zak of Bai­ leys Harbor was in the city ...

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 — 10 June 1915

' s t {.JSJ, 'i , s THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE iO, 1915. I feS*S*SXS)®®fS5®£aXSi€SXSi$SXaX5)®®SXS)®SS3^®®®®SX5)®®®v5®!SXS®®xS)(SX5xS)SX5X5xSX5®®® i The Adventures, Perils and Escapes of the Union Scout of the Mississippi OHAl’TKR XXV. Enemies on the TiViil—A Package In- » tercepted — Flight—An Encounter- Feigning Death—Hiding in the Bush­ es—Sickness—Good-bye to ,Mississip* .. pi. As Hell1 lay in the.guuvd house, and was ju s t, ouming wit of his movnin imp, he ln-aril s y scrap of conversation outsiV, seeming to proceed from, the sentinel and some other soldier. Tli , words whirl) caught. bis ears were these.:,/ ‘‘,Yes, I’ve heard that the general' has ' sent a man to Memphis to find out all -- about him .. I've thought Ihe was Yankee from the first.’’ Hell pondered upon this, and beeanie greatly alarmed. .. “I -guess th at my efficiency in Mis sissippi,” he thought, “is about at an end. t must not remain heje. too long. Still I do. o not believe th a t a...

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 — 10 June 1915

' , » ’’ ''life' stu r g e o n * * * f i S c A i i , jbn b i* » i» . j^ * 1 . ^ » « -^V3” •-•“’■!'•'... !.v * & i g B i r t s £ » 8 t e B W f f f r « a g * r i r f e 5» S 8a a a ^ ^ - -• -,- -•â– -■■.•â–  - t ' A .-■'—*■1 ■■-ij ' iny-1 s w '■.■■, h \" * * ** ’? ” 1 w . » t ■■■ .iii ^ . n i .m ■, ■ ’■' r • iption Campaign S I work and this big car belongs to you! H ’a a BUICK— Huf Sell. $bb the »im Cm Dana Com can win this big car in your If You W ant It—Start Now! • /- :-0h Seven Valuable 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 IN THE HISTORY' QF THIS PENINSULA HAS SUCH A LARGE OR VALUABLE LIST OF PRIZES BEEN OEFERED. NEVER BEFORE HAVE THE GIRLS AND LADIES OF TlIIS COUNTY HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE SUCH GREAT AND VALUABLE AWARDS FOR SUCH A SMALL AMOUNT OF...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 June 1915

May Capture Galician Town Soon, Says London. TWO ARMIES MENACE CITY Russians Are Slowly Being Driven. Back by Austro-German Forces In Desperate Fighting With­ in Few Miles of Stronghold. London, June 8.—Lemberg, capital of the Austro-Hungarian crown land of Galicia, which has been in the hands of the Russian forces since last September, Is, in imminent danger of being taken by the Austro-German forces. Two Teutonic arm ies are converg­ in g toward Lemberg, one from the di­ rection of Przemysl, on the west, and the other from the direction of Stryj, on the south. These forces are hammering the Russian positions along the Wusznia and Stryj and Dniester rivers with relentless energy, and slowly, but surely, the troops of the czar are being weakened or forced to retreat inch by inch. Semicircle Around Lemberg. Official dispatches say the Russians •have been driven back toward Wisz- nla, northeast of Mosciska and north- Iwest of Grodek, within only 10 or 15 miles o f- the city of Lemb...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 June 1915

* 4 JUNE 10, 1915. * ' i t ' tetfctv knit §ome. A J U K E M EM O B Y . W e e a t b e n e ath o u r try s tip g -tre e , : T h e b ro o k le t b a b b led a t o u r fe e t M y b rid e you p ro m ised so o n to b e—- ... M y b rid e w h en w e a g a in \" s h o u ld m e e t ’T w a s in ttie flow ery m o n th o f Ju n e . A t tw ilig h t’s s o ft a n d s ile n t h o u r: W e h e a rd th e s tr e a m le t's rip p lin g tune, , _ F e lt in o u r so u ls a m y stic pow er. Y o u r little h an d w a s laid in m ine, A te a rd ro p tre m b le d o n y o u r ch eek W e co u ld each o th er's, th o u g h t divine, B u t d ared r.ot tr u s t o u rse lv e s to sp e ak . jro r w e a deep fo re b o d in g knew . A nd h ea v y sa d n e s s p resse d each h e a rt W e c lo se r to e a ch o th e r d rew . A s w e n e v e r m ore co u ld p a rt. O, fru itle s s hope! B en e a th o u r tre e W e p a rte d b u t to m eet no m ore , U n til m y s p ir it g o es to -th e e . — T o c la sp th ee on th e h...

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

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JDNE 10, riffs. j ' ' J _ , V %f _ a full line of Photo Supplies. We Do Developing. W oerf el’s stor I COUNTY m I , Just the gift fei l o i ! . rjl.^.Hantfsomel/practical i^ ^ e i'c a n use it.'in His :: nV iwprK':eyery.!day,’’'' jiilSeltrFilllngi,,, ... J] F o u n ta in ,'Fetij i i a i i i i i . jj feiirn'pjc'tl-idn^yprcsso'na L ik e ' T h i s iii'l George Draeb, Sturgeon Bay’s Leading Jeweler • (Successor to R. lVeitlich) Free Consult a tion BAILEYS HARBOR. Chester- O stram spept S aturday with his parents a t N ew port. Scenic drove report will open for' bus­ iness, Thursday, June 17. v- M iss. I.ini McNeely of Sturgeon: Bay is n visitor a t 1 lie Muckiun home. Tlie local summer hotels are busy g ettin g roiidy for the tourists. M rs, fVm. Anderegg entertains tin Ladies’ Im provem ent club, this -Thurs­ day (afternoon. ' ’ J . The schooner IVescott, of'w hich Mm. llrann, is the captain, was in the h a r­ bor M onday. A fter spending th e past w inter...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 June 1915

./y / 1fhe Advocate Costs f Yeaif aiidis Worth It. VOL. 54 NO. 12 STURGEON BAY,-\\VIS„ THURSDAY, JUNE 17. 1915. $1-50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS H ines D isposes o f F leet., ■ M arine m en w ill be surprised £o learn th a t th e H in es Lumber Go. has decided to g et o u t o f th e m arine bu sin ess, and w ith .this end in v iew turned th eir float- in g property over to a sto ck com pany. T h is stock com pany is headed b y W a l­ ter D. H am ilton , form erly shore captain fo r th e H ines com pany, w h o is organ izin g a sto ck com pany w ith a cap ital of $100,4i00 to purchase 'th e boats o f th e fleet. I t .is understood th a t th e H ines com p an y h as entered in to an agreem ent to g iv e th e new com p any a five year con tra ct to handle th eir ou tp u t of lum ber. F a il to R aise th e Coates. The fishing steam er Coates, which sunk a t her dock on th e W est side of th e b a y , is s till on th e bottom . E fforts w e r e ' m ade to raise her, nut proved fu tile . D iv...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 June 1915

o. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 17, 1815. fiS'Sturgeon Ba# Hbvocate F a b l l S 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 . IV is. ■ n t e r e d In th e P o s t-fflc 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 K S U B S C R IP T IO N : On* y e a r .............................. ......................... ?L 5 0 S ix m o n th s ....... ' . . .5 F o u r m o n th s ............ 50 T w o m o n th s .......................................................25 S in g le C o n 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 p a id w ith in th e y e a r .' DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager Sturgeon Bay, Wis., June. 17, 3913 [ EDITORIAL J warm day W hat is' so rare a June I ■ The anti-treating bill was killed, just ne was expected. Tlie bill legalizing base ball and theatrical entertainments on Sunday was up for final hearing j’es- terday afternoon. The bill to permit -Baloons opening a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 June 1915

T H E ST U R G E O N B A T ADVOCATE JURE 11, 1915. Bumping Along theW est Shore BY MILES GREENLEAF. (The following story Originally appear­ ed in one of the Chicago Sunday papers several years ago, and as it has a Some­ w hat local tone and is quite interest­ ing to Door County people, we have been requested to republish it.—Editor. M ost 'folks take a summer vacation— we let the vacation take us. All inno­ cent and confiding we leased parlor “A” on a semi-passenger freight boat from Chicago to the Soo and bounced along th e west shore of Lake Michigan, the S traits of Mackinac and the St. Mary river for five fleeting days and nights. The swarm of vigilant servants on the S. S. Georgia enjoyed our vacation very much. Most of. them will retire from steamboating after this season. -There are m any:alluring features to th is slow-boat jaunt through the sev­ e r a l ports of Wisconsin and Michigan. There are many things to he seen— mostly bellhops, stewards, stewardess­ es, purser...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 June 1915

PERSCeALS^i •/ W. E, .Gaede left Tuesday1 for .Green Bay On & business. trip for a day or tw o. • / Barney Hahn was up from Fisli Creek part, of Monday and Tuesday on a bus­ iness trip. . ' : Nie. Teters nrrixed here, from West Allis.. Was., 011 Tuesday evening visit with his sons. Mrs. Freeman and son Arthur spent Sunday a t Kewaunee on a visit to'their son and brother Theodore.- Lester Cheesem'aii of St.'dailies,, Minn.', spent, several days here within the week, returning home on Thursday. '’\"“JIfrsv'-Wm. -Scliroeder and daughter Lillian, who have been ill for a week or more past, are improving. Miss Erma Brandeis returned home Monday evening from a several weeks visit at Manitowoc and Milwaukee. Miss Gertrude Ivlumb on Saturday took her departure for Milwaukee, where she will attend a summer normal school. Miss Stella Meyer went to Kewaunee on Sunday to attend the.-funeral of a friend, returning hom e\" the same even­ ing. Mr, and Mrs. Clareiice O’Brien'spent- a couple of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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