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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 June 1915

e o n b a y / ’a ^ o C i ^ o t h e 17, 3935. THE S | LOCAL ITEMS j 1 Qalf H«^8aiy:—^Einploycs^* of the city offices will'indulge in a half holiday oh Saturdays during the months of July and August, ,whent the places will be closed: •'•'• • ’ • . , Undaimed Letters.—Letters remain* ing’ a t the Sturgeon Bay postoffice for the week ending June 15. are: Mr. P. Thompson- , Miss Lizzie Johnson, Mr. J: Wlarda. Kewaunee Defeated.—in the opening game of the Northeastern league a t Kewaunee on Sunday Algoma was re­ turned victor by the one-sided count of 16 to 5. • Flag Day.—There was an' unusually large number o f, flags* displayed on the business houses of the city on Monday in honor of the birth of the national emblem. I t was a fitting tribute, and shows that our people are patriotic. Resigns Position.—Miss Esther J, King has resigned her position as teach­ er of languages in the local high school -to accept a berth at Beloit. No one has been engaged to fill the vacancy as yet, tho th...

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 — 17 June 1915

THE S t ORGEOkf BAY, ADVOCATE, JUWB 17, 1913. ' ® ® ® © X ^ X 5 ) ® ® S i® ® ® ® ® ® ® G ^ ^ • I5 The Adventures, Perils and Escapes of die Union Scopt of the Mississippi )®®®®®0®® GEORGE WAKEMAN CHAPTER ZZVF.BV I _ Among the Canadians — PriyateeKng Projects—Interview with Grant—The Shore of Chesapeake Bay—Arrest. Leaving Memphis after his sickness, Bell proceeded to St. Louis, and ■ ob­ tained from General Rosecrahs iv parole as n Confederate oflieor, enabling him to travel through the North in full Con'ederote uniform. He visited his parents at Galesburgh, 111., and a few days later went to Detroit. Ho formed a number of acquaintances here, and the D etroit Free Press contained a para­ graph headed, “A Rebel Officer in Town,” / in reference to tin* arrival at the Bid­ dle House, of “Captain C. S. Pierson Aid-de-Camp on the staff of General Chalmers.\" Hurlbut desired Bell to go through the line:? at Richmond and report to General Grant, v.ho was still in W...

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 — 17 June 1915

, . ■ I- ■ ■■ o i r t t n r a A u s i v i M n w i i i m THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE* JUNE 17, * 1913. m Thousands of dollars’ dam age is be­ ing done in com ' fields in L afayette co unty b y w hite grub w orm s. E ntire fields are being replanted a s th e first plantin gs have beerr destroyed. /L ig h tn in g stru ck and destroyed the b a m on th e farm df -Alvin B ennett, liv­ ing three m iles e a st of N ew London. This is th e fou rth 'barn th a t Mr. Ben­ n e tt has had destroyed by th e elem ents ' in th e la s t three years, th ree b y lig h t­ ning and one by wind. A nna Slow arska, 10 years old, w as in sta n tly killed S atu rday m orning a t Racine when she w as run down by a tax icab driven by Charles Dahlenberg. The little girl had gone down tow n to see a circus parade and because th e sidew alk w as blocked she ra n o u t into th e street. The accident w as w itnessed by thousands of persons who had g a th ­ ered to. aw ait th e parade. The old W ilcox farm...

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 — 17 June 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JUNE 17, 1915 Sturgeon Bay Advocate Subscription Campaign Are You Going toiWin It? It is Up to You! I t’s a 83UJIGI€— Nu1t Serf* S ec the *3. G. Dana Go. Get in Every Subscription Now No More by . Votes! L ast Chance on in now! vote offer!^'••* on Seven V aluable P rizes SEVEN OF THE POPULAR AND ENERGETIC GIRLS AND LADIES IN DOOR COUNTY ARE GOING TO CARRY OFF THESE SEVEN BIG PRIZES. ARE YOU GOING TO BE ONE OF THE BIG WINNERS OR ARE-YOU GOING TO LET THIS BIG OPPORTUNITY SLIP BY YOU? YOU fiEVER BEFORE HAVE HAD A CHANCE LIKE THIS ONE! GET INTO THE GAME RIGHT AWAY AND MAKF. EVERY EFFORT TO WIN OUT IN THE RACE AND YOU WILL FIND THAT YOU CAN DO SO. ANY OF THE PRIZES OFFERED ARE WELL WORTH YOUR W^ILE. t h a t BIG BUICK OR ONE OF THE EXPENSE-PAID VACATION TRIPS ON THE, GREAT LAKES STEAMERS IS GOING TO MAKE A MIGHTY FINE REWARD FOR YOU FOR YOUR SPARE TIME DURING THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. THREE OF THESE BEAUTIFUL EXPENSE-PAID VACATION TRIPS ARE TO BE AWARDED TO CANDIDATES...

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 — 17 June 1915

17, I sis T H E S D U H E S V A C A TIO N . : • V W hen spring-tim e or bud-tlm e Or, nesting-tim e closes. And May yields her llle ’ And M a y y ie ld s her llle Then-old folks and young folks. ' w h atev er th e ir station, ' Look forw ard -with joy - To the sum m er vacation. - . How sw eet is the meadow And blossom ing clover ' To lads and to lasses, T heir lesson-tim e over To climb the green hills Is a glad Occupation, To bounding young feet. In the sum m er vacation. .Oh, little green lane, in • Your noontide of’ glory, : Yon -might, if a gossip, , ' Tell m any a story To listening zephyrs. Of . sw eet conversation Beneath your fair boughs, In the s-ummer vacation.- \\ There many- a vow has ,i Been tenderly spoken,- And kept, though, alas, Some are made to^ be broken A sigh and a blush ' A t the new situation, A promise, a kiss, - In the sum m er vacation. ■ Some toilers m ust lim it T heir pleasure-tim e ever. To a ride in the park, Or a sail down the river B ut w hate’er ...

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 — 17 June 1915

i -1 THE STURGEON B A Â¥ ADVOCAXEV-JONE i 7v 1915, Simon Land Co’s. Business Booming Does Nearly Quarter Million Dollars Worth of Real Estate Business in Five Months. Tin- following is tlx*' enviable list of their transfers in real estate anil busi­ ness properties from January 1, Inst, to May 30 JANUARY. Pete Van Dyke. 40 acres in Bai­ leys llarlw r .......... .$-1,050 Anton- Delauville Hotel in Saw-’ = ^ aF COUNIT NEWS yer 0,500 8.000 Jtile Malliu, 80 acres in Brussels A Yin. (?tumoriy,50 acres in Egg Harlyjr. , ......... 2.500 Herman. Armlt^ 80 acres in Egg Harbor*' .. .' .'I. ’. ............. 5,500 - Thos. McDermott, 40 acres Forestvillc ........ . . . . . . . . . . . 3,000 FEBRUARY. Sort'ii Termnnsen, house in- Saw­ yer ............... wVy. . 3,200 Richard Hammersmith 40 acres in Liberty Grove ___ . . . . . 3,00 Herman Prust, 80 acres in Bai Joys Harbor ......... 350 » * • , .4 fA R C # .: 77Z- Albert Wulf, 120 acres in. Fpr cstvilllv- . . . . . . . . . . . 7.'7,7. .14,000 ...

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 — 24 June 1915

S'»* The Advocate Costs $1.50 Per is Worth It. ‘‘DOOR . . COUNTY DOES.\" “BITT VOL. 54 NO. 13 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 1915. MARINE NEWS ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST The steamer Wyandotte was in port Monday afternoon1with a jag of coal for - the Leathern & Smith company, dis­ charging f.OO tons here. The tug Knight Templar of Milwau­ kee was lowered from the boxes the first of the week, and will leave for'her ' home port in a day or two. It was Monday before the steamer Tempest was able tq get away, on ac­ count of extensive repairs to her boiler that were required by the inspectors. The government steamer Search lay in . port Saturday' night and Sunday. She is engaged in taking soundings in this vicinity and will be here fo r'a couple of months. ' The government steam ■ Sumac t6ok on a load of stohe the first of the week and oii Tuesday lWt for North Manitou Is­ land, where the material is to be used in some dock work. - Tiie steamer Schnoden , was among the nor...

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 — 24 June 1915

Sturgeon Bag Bftvocate Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeoi Bay. Wis. ■ ntered In the Post-fiice a t Sturgeoi Bay, W1e„ as second-class m atter. RATES OE SUBSCRIPTION: One year .......................... . ..S1.50 S ix 'm onths ' ..................................................75 Four months ........ .50 Two months ........................................25 Stogie Copies ..................... ......................05 Two dollars will • be charged If ■ not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay,i WisT, June 24, MU-'i. It is quite noticeable th at there arc a number of autos^stil] running around with 1!14 licenses—and it is six months since the owners of the vehicles' were supposed to have, made application for the license. This lias naturally raised the question as to whose duly it is to enforce? the hnv requiring owners of linotor vidiieles to get a license, lie in a state law, it is.naturally every ollieer' dfitv to see that the law is obeyed....

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 — 24 June 1915

. 1 1 ' t ' '\" ' T 'A '-' 'I:- '' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JU N E '24, 1915.. : K - State News in Brief Miss Carrie Brown, 7(5 years old, w as killed a t Oshkosh when- struck bv a freig h t train. She w as going to see a circus parade and on her w ay crossed th e track in fro n t of a freight. Tiie 7.1 m onths old baby of M r. and Mrs. Jens Nelson, north of W autom a w as sm othered to death. The m other had placed the child in bed and in' some m anner i t got tangled in th e bed clothes. W hile playing 011 the dock, Alex. Holm, 0 year old son of M r. and Mrs. John Holm, fell in the river and drow n­ ed a t M anitowoc. H is body w as recov­ ered fifteen m inutes later, b u t th e pul- m otor failed to revive th e child. in the M anitowoc county circuit, court Miss M ary W ilhelm w as aw arded $3,400 as “h eart balm ’' in a ibreach of promise suit against Franklin Remeker. The girl is 20 years old and Rem eker is 46. The la tte r is alleged to be w ealthy. . A movement is under ...

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 — 24 June 1915

( PERSONALS Mrs. \"Matt. Bottkol' arrived here from Green Bay within the week to visit with relatives. Miss Rose Titgcn of Manitowoc ar rived here Monday to.spend a week vis­ iting with her friend -Aliss'Erma Bran dcis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saunders took their departure Sunday evening for Green Bay, to visit relatives and friends. Airs. H. I.. -'Peterson lias been con­ fined to her'bed and home for the past - -week or so by illness, tho nothing serious la 'apprehended.' . * , M i^ SouTkup, who taught at during the past term, re­ turned home Saturday evening to spend the vacation period. Lorin 'Washburn returned home from Milwaukee- the end of last week, where he had been in attendance a t a dental college during the past term. .- Edward S. Reynolds arrived home w ithin. the week from Madison, where he has been in attendance a t the state university during the past term. Miss Gretna Fetzer arrived home from Milwaukee the latter part of the week, where she had been' in attendance a t ...

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 — 24 June 1915

rH S SI/PKGEfiX BAT A p y ttA T E , JUNE 24, 1915. LOCAL ITEMS. Box Fact A y.—The box - factory of th e Reynolds company lias- been running . for the past week or ten. days and will he kept busy until tlie packing season begins. , Lawn Social.—There w ill be a lawn •â– -ice-cream social at the Moravian parson­ age lawn, ,on Wednesday evening, June 30, under jthe auspices of the ‘'Tri-Mu” class, -to which it cordial iivitation is extended. Unclaimed Letters.—Letters remain­ ing unclaimed tit the Sturgeon Bay post- office .for the week ending June 22, are: H. Brinker, Ferd Jeeke, Henry Ewald, John Rarthy, Mrs. Billy Cooper, Agnes Teske, JLiss Ingred Severson, Carlton Wilsen. Frost at1 the Canal.—Capt. Robinson of the' canal coastguard station reports that there was a white frost on the low­ lands near the canal Wednesday morn­ ing and it is stated that some of the tender vegetation in that vicinity was I slightly nipped. Woman’s Club Picnic.—The members of the W,Oman’s club and th...

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 — 24 June 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JUNE '24, 19J5. % - .. ' ’ ■ | I The Adventures, Perils and Escapes i of the Union Scout of the Mississippi I BY GEORGE WAKEMAN @«®S*Xs)S(sX!XS^^ CHAPTER XXVI I. An Experiment with Morphine—An En­ counter With Red Tape—The Oid Capitol Prison—A Horrible Plot. \"Well, if yon insist upon it,\" said Bell, \"I suppose 1 must go with you. The detective took his pistol, and searched him. finding 110 papers on his person except several letters, apparent­ ly 011 business matters, ' which he had taken the precaution to liaVe mailed to ■ Kim by friends from several points and directed to “Geo. ]. Marston,”' the name under which lie had taken out English protection papers at Philadelphia, They then rode to Wilmington, Del, in a bnggv. Bell was not at all pleased with his capture. It would be a reflection on his skill* as a scout, mid though be did not doubt that lit:w ould be released im­ mediately on- arriving nt • Washington, and making himself known • y et...

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 — 24 June 1915

t H g SXPKGEjN SA Y y i^ 0 C A 3:E JUSrj 24, 1.915: ib— w v- r ■ -■. ■ ■ M M B ^ s s B ^ s m a e s N ew Music Retail Hall and Studio SATURDAY, JUNE 26th Commencing at I o’clock p. m., in the M. V. Cochems Building, Cedar St. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin The public is requested to call and inspect our large new stock of Pianos, Player Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines, String Instruments, etc. The stock is as complete as in the stores of the larger cities. v A Musical Program and Reception will be held during the afternoon and even­ ing. Music by Sturgeon Bay Band. Don’t Miss This Grand Opening! You will enjoy the reception that awaits you. NOELCK & PAUS D O O R COUNTY’S LEADING MUSIC HOUSE , A SO N G O r SU M M E R . ' M v h e a r t is lik e a r o s e in . b lo o m , . ’ A w a lceiied b y th e s u n l ig h t c le a r . S o g la d to g o t f r o n t s h a d o w e d g lo o m , S o \" p le a s e d th e s u m m e r d a y s -a p p e a r I t k n e w . t h e w o r ld w o u ld w e a ...

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 — 24 June 1915

TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JU N E 24, 1915. ■■ '. ' ^ ' '«■»■ - ' • ' ~i ' . v .r « » • ■ • • - ~ , ... i Last Chance at Big Votes ! Wm m BUIGK— Nut Sad. See the J. C. Dana Co. You Will Never Again Get as Many Votes as Now Get Busy and They Count the Most Now! on the Great Lake Steamers. Seven Valuable Prizes ? v - S e v e n o f t h e p o p u l a r a n d e n e r g e t ic g ir l s a n d l a d ie s in d o o r c o u n t y a r e g o in g t o c a r r y o f f t h e s e s e v e n b ig PRIZES. ARE YOU GOING TO BE ONE OF TH E BIG W INNERS OR ARE YOU GOING TO LET TH IS BIG OPPORTUNITY SLIP BY YOU? YOU NEVER BEFORE HAVE HAD A CHANCE LIKE TH IS ONE! GET INTO TH E GAME RIGHT AWAY AND MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO W IN OUT IN TH E RACE AND YOU WILL. FIND THAT YOU CAN DO SO. ANY OF THE PRIZES OFFERED ARE W £LL WORTH YOUR W HILE- THAT BIG BUICK OR ONE OF TH E EXPENSE-PAID VACATION TR IPS 01$ TH E GREAT LAKES STEAMERS IS GOING TO MAKE A MIGHTY FIN E REW ARD ' ~ \" j '\" ' j. FOR YOU1 FOR YOUR...

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 — 24 June 1915

K,' ■ ■ ' ' ’ THE 24, IMS. r ' ' ' 1 •' lLiL wen Iwme. . .YESTEmDAY AXUp TODAY. B u t y e s te rd a y I p a sse d th is w ay . A nd . looked fo r yo u , oh. b lo sso m s g ay ! Oh, ro se s red ! oh. lilie s f a ir ! ■ 1 A nd sc a rc e co u ld find you an y w h ere. Y o u r little h ead s, a s If In pain, F ro m w a itin g fo r th e d ro p s o f rain , B e n e a th th e d u s ty lea v e s la y low . T o 'sc a p e th e Herce s u n 's fe rv e n t glow . T h e m eadow g ra s s th a t sh o u ld h a v e been A ten d er, sh in in g , em erald green, T o yello w hay w as tu rn in g fa s t. B efo re th e s c y th e had o 'e r it passed. T h e w oodland h in d , w ith saddened tongtie, A req u iem to h e r fledgling su n g T h a t seem ed a p ra y e r, w ith th is re fra in , \"C om e b lessed rain ! com e blessed' r a in !” .. T h e b lo sso m s fa in t, th e fam ish ed , ty rd, B u t y e s te rd a y 1 saw an d h eard . N ow le t m e tell, w ith o u t delay,- * T h e w o n d ro u s c h...

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 — 24 June 1915

TH E STURGEON bJlY ADVOCATE, JU N E Z4, 1915. — ■* v ~ - A - THIS handsome set of Rock- fore Silverware represents , the BEST in Quality, Design and Workmanship, the result of 40 years experience in making silver plated ware, arid is guar­ anteed to be equal to the best thatjis mftdc^and far superior to many lines that are sold for a higher price: Ydu 'cah obtain this beautiful set by our new easy payment- plan. ’ ' . . W e cordially invite you to calF and get the particulars of our. liberal offer. George Draeb, Sturgeon Bay’s Leading Jeweler Notice! I To Tourists and | Others: We are sole agents for Lowney’s high grade chocolates in boxes—50c per lb. and up. American Chocolates in ' boxes. 50c per lb. arid up. Also handle a large assortment of home-made candies, made fresh daily—40c per lb. up. [ail orders given the very best attention. Parcel postage paid on orders accompanied by cash Kitchen ■ ® COUNTY BAILEYS HARBOR. Mrs. .1. W ilson purchased a Ford car last M onday.\" A ...

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 — 1 July 1915

The Advocate Costs $1 .SO Per Year and is Worth “DOOR COUNTY DOES.\" HOME\" V O L . 5 4 N O . 14 S T U R G E O N f l X W W l p ^ J H U R S D A Y , J U L Y I , 1 9 1 5 . ' $ 1 .5 0 A Y E A R Marine News Captain Joseph Dionne Retires. Captain Joseph Dionne, who has act­ ed as keeper of the local Coast Guard Station for the past twelve years, and who some time ago made application to the government headquarters for retire­ ment oil a pension, today announced that his request had been granted. The retirement 6? Capt. Dionne will take effect on the arrival of Captain Stebbins of the Beaver Island station, according to the edict of government officials. Capt. Dionne expects the new man to arrive about July 1. Captain Dionne is one of the oldest life savers in point of service on the Great Lakes, having served the govern­ ment for 33 years.’ During th at time he has enjoyed but a few weeks’ liber­ ty or vacation and has held strictly to his duty a t all times. The captain was born in A...

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 — 1 July 1915

TMB STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, jtrtT I, lftls, S tu r g e o n B a ? H lw o c a te PubltBhed Every Thursday at Sturgeon Ray, WIs. Entered In the Post-oftlce a t Sturgeon Bay, WIS., as second-class matter. B A T E S O P S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year .......... Six months ............ Pour months .......... Two months ........ Single copies ........ Two dollars will paid within the year. .............. $1.50 . . . . .75 .60 ....................25 06 b e 1 charged if not DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., July 1, 1015. EDITORIAL , HOME TOWN BUILDING. In our last week's issue we made the statement that the latest census reports show th at the smaller towns of the Mid­ dle West, or for the m atter of that, in most sections east of the Rockies, have a smaller population th at they had ten years ago. - ‘ - Illinois is _a fair sample. That state shows a decline of 184,000 people in The rural districts in the short pace'of ten years, while on the other-jliand all of the lar...

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 — 1 July 1915

k p THE STURGEON 1IAY ADVOCATE JULY 1, 1915. A i m THE B * m E . O ut of the ro ar and clam or of the fray, Reyond tfi'e fiery rages th a t possessed T he h earts of . arm ies, cam e a t close of day 1 ■ B e s t The s trife w as over. Equally, .the dead T he living and the dying closely pressed O ur earliest m other’s bosom, and were wed To rest. ■ likewise, tum u lts of in memory un- T here had been, the soul S trifes of the heart, b le s t Y et these w ere all forgotten a t thy goal, Sweet Rest. VAnd o’er the dream s born out . of blood 1 and woe \\ Came to each soldier an angelic guest, A pitying seraph, whom we loved to V know • I As Rest. Those clam orous days are over. Never more (M ay God so w ill it!) shall the dire­ ful pest Of w arfare in our nation rage and roar, And r e s t And still life's b attle presses. I ts alarm S tirs w ith the long-roll every m anly W ake to the fight, good com rades!— wake and arm — Then—rest! Heiress, or No Heiress? The old Oxweed farm -*1...

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 — 1 July 1915

tfiB STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY J, i'm 5 • Personal Items ' ‘ Harry Sluter returned home within .the week .to spend the summer w ith.his parents. Miss. Anna Graf went to Langlade, Minn., on Thursday to spend the sum­ mer •with her sister. Mrs. Henry Hevine returned home Monday after spending a few days vis­ iting relatives at Algoma. Miss Ruth Driscoll went to Chicago Monday to spend a few days visiting relatives and friends.. Oliver McMullen of Manitowoc drove .from the flipper city .Friday to visit relatives for a day or two. ■Mr. .and Mrs. John Masse, Sr., last week went to Chicago to remain for the sum mer w iih: their son John. '• Miss Edna Gillen , on Tuesday return- cd to her home in Racine, after a cou­ ple, of weeks’ visit’with relatives in ’ib is dty. i ., Mish Alice Nelson arrived home fjat- ufojay -from Milwaukee, where she has beSn ^teaching school during the past term. , L ' - Miss Nellie McDonald o f Milwaukee is visiting with her father, Gapt. John Mc­ Donald,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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