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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 July 1915

THE STURGEON. BAY ADVOCATE. j^ L \" Local News Caks Sale —Thc^Ioravian, Ladies’ Aid Society wilt hold A cake sale in the Feldmaiin, building oh Saturday, July 3. Big . Day Sunday.—One , of the “big- gest” days of the season was’experienced on , the bridge Sunday, when the re­ ceipts aggregated .$72.57. Stores W ill’ Close.—In accordance with an agreement entered into between the merchants of the city the stores ‘ will be closed on Monday, July 5. Wolf Bounties.—Win. Martin of Egg Harbor on Sunday' killed a couple of wolves, and County Clerk Herlache was called upon the day following to pay the bounties. Library Closed.—The public library will close at eight o’clock during the months of-July and August, excepting Saturday, when it will be open until nine as usual. • i • Change the Entrance.—The entrance to the Gem, theater has within the week been greatly improved by making it much easier to get in and out, as Well as eliminating the danger. Picking Strawberries.—Picking straw ­ be...

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 — 1 July 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 1, 19tS. ®^^®®®®®®SXS®®®(S*S»(5XSXSXS)C®®®S)SXS®®®®®®Ea(SS'$)®SXSXSxSxSXS®®®®®®®®®^ I the Adventures, Perils and Escapes I of the Union Scout of the Mississippi ®@XS®)SSi®®S)CS)®XSXSXS)(aXs)®® BY G EO RGE W AKEM AN CHAPTER y.y.ViV. Release — Another Word — Encounter with the Secretary of War—A Valid Excuse for Delay—A Terrible Wound, Self-inflicted, “I have been three weeks here,’ pon­ dered the .scout, “and the Confederates ~ iiv Canada for wlpiin 1 am ai-ting have heard 110 word from’ me.. .How eon I explain my delay? ‘Mere assertions, in the language of .the amiable Secretary of \\Ynr,\" continued lie, bitterly “won’t do. I must go back with some occular proof of whatever story I may choose to tell them. My visit to Richmond, and my report of it to General Grant, is prevented this time by Mr. Stanton. Late oil the evening of the 20th of May, 1864, the door of Bell’s cell sud- dimly o[oned, and Major L. C. Turne...

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 — 1 July 1915

* HE STURGEON SAT AJMTOCAT1, JULY l, 1415. I Sturgeon Bay Advocate Subscription Campaign The difference in votes on a few subscriptions may win for you! It's a BUICK— Mut Sed. 809 the J. Cm Omnm Go* YrnWm Never Again Get as Many Votes as Now While the Votes are the They Count the Most Now! 11 • • on the Great Lake Steamers. Seven Valuable Prizes 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 v ' , NEVER BEFORE HAVE HAD A CHANCE LIKE THIS ONE! GET INTO THE GAME RIGHT AWAY AND MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO WIN OUT Of s 7 T '^ ^ ^ 1 lM ^ ta fe * M ro .-'Y0U “WILL FIND THAT y o u CAN DO SO. ANY OF THE PRIZES OFFERED ARE WELL WORTH YOUR WHILE THAT BIG j ^ BUICK OR ONE OF THE EXPENSE-PAID VACATION TRIPS ON THE GREAT LAKES STEAMERS IS GOING TO MAKE A MIGHTY FINE REWARD | h • FOR YOU FOR YOUR SPARE TIME DURING .THE NEXT FEW ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 July 1915

THE STURGEON BAY -ADVOCATE JULY 1, 1915. THE IB A O ESFEO nE. The swallow is a mason And underneath the eaves He builds a nest, and plasters It W ith mud, and hay. and leaves. T he woodpecker Is hard at work - , A carpenter is he: And you may tihd him ham mering His house high up a tree. The bullfinch knows and practices The basketm aker's trade: See w hat a cradle for the young The little thing has made! Of all the weavers that 1 know, The chaffinch is the best: High on the apple-tree he weaves A cozy little nest. The goldfinch is a weaver: A skillful-w orkm an he! Of wool and thread he makes a nest That you would like to see. AThe cuckoo laughs to see them work: “Not so.” he says. \"We do: Mv wife and I take other’ nests, And live a t ease—cuckoo!\" fleeted pteceUiuuj. Tii^YEissiiSr (Translated from the Russian) In the heart of the Ural mountains, which divide Siberia from Russia, stand the largest sheet iron works in the uni verse. Owned and managed by the Rub sian government, th...

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 — 1 July 1915

SOMiiuurya A frie n d , to d ay , la id o n m y book A sim p le s p ra y o f ro se m a ry , A nd th e f a in t p e rfu m e m em o ry to o k - M y , th o u g h t b a c k to a p a st, a h a p p ie r ■ - d ay , , A n d th e g re e n le a v e s fo u n d v o ice a n d seem ed to say ,— ‘.‘F o rg e t r o t a ltc g e th e r o n e w ho e r s t T ook lo v in g th o u g h t a n d te n d e r c a re fo r th ee L e t m em o ry U n g er i n ‘th y In m o st h e a rt O f th e p a s t su n n y d a y s th a t, u se d to be, , A nd th y lo s t one w hom th o u n a m e st R o se m ary . ' * 'S om ew here, h ith e r beyond, th o u m a y s t n o t know H e r p lace o r o ccu p atio n n ig h t o r d ay B u t s h e ab id e s, a n d s till h e r h e a rt / lo v es on A s s u re ly a s th a t d a rk e n e d su m m e r d ay W h en th o u d id st lo se th y fa ith fu l R o se m ary .” I keep th e s p ra y o f g re e n w ith in m y book I t b ro u g h t m e c o m fo rt in a w e a ry d a y X ta k e i t a s a m...

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

, ft .......... TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 1, 1015. 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, and is guar­ anteed to be equal to the best that is made, and far superior to many lines that are sold for a higher price. You can obtain this beautiful set by our new easy payment plan. W e cordially invite you to call and get the particulars of our liberal offer. George Draeb, Sturgeon Bay’s Leading Jeweler -Opera House- Tonight and Tomorrow La Zarre Trio in Vaudeville with the smallest Comed­ ienne in the world. Change each night also four reels of good pictures making, a onis’hhur and forty five minute show for 5 and 10 cents. '•:/ '/.'‘''v .//: See the best, always at the Op-, era Honse. B y-D R . N. A. GODDARD. Dr, GODDARD. '..ti'lerii.M ethods of tre a tin g ,Chron- Lie .Diseases w ithout operation, has ju st crrnie from the pen of Dr. Go (hi a id, the M il...

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 — 8 July 1915

Next Tuesday. “DOOR . . c o u n ty DOES’* VOL. 54 NO. 15 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915.- A YEAR Marine News Arms for Coast Guards. The coast guard of Mackinac Island station will: be armed. The life saving service \"hitherto has been a civil insti­ tution. It is now in process of organiza­ tion ‘ as a military establishment, for use in case of war. Every surfman is to have his Krag rifle, and will be rcg- \\ularly enlisted, instead of hired for the season, as heretofore. Each life Saving station will be provided with one machine gun, and the keeper will hold rank as captain. Rifle practice, and plenty of it, will be ip peace time a part of the routine business of every station, in order that the men in ay become expert sharpshoot­ ers. They will dig. trenches in the sand of the beach, and with machine gun and Krags will defend the shore line against attack by landing parties of an imagi­ nary enemy. 'Immediately upon the ^outbreak of , war the service (now renamed t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 July 1915

I t e K i ‘. W ■ TBfi STt»GEM» »A * ADVOCATE, JULY 8, m s . Stiirecon ®a? R&vocate Published Every ■ Thursdny at Sturgeon Bay. Wis. E n te re d In th e P ost-office a t StjiVgeon Bay, W is., a s seco n d -class m a tte r. ■ 7 — : HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ono year . . . . . . . . . .y C . ...................$1.60 Six months ........... / . ................. .76 Four months .,■'*\\ ....................- ...............60 Two months 7 - .....................25 Single copies'\" ........ '............................. 06 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. JDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Ju ly 8, 1015, EDITORIAL .H urrah! it is all over. And don’t forgot the fly.. Keep to th e right, as well as keep in th e right, | M i- ] L:: Uv' . the rules of th e road—keep to rht, .. / V V ' . ' v - The speed lim it is 15 m iles an hour. Are you keepthg w ithin it? ‘Champ Clark’s daughter -was married a t Bowling Grecnj Mo., ittjit week W ed­ ...

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 — 8 July 1915

THE SlUHGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 8, 1915. The difference in votes on a few subscriptions may win for you! It’s a BUICK— Hut Sad, See the J. C. Dana Co. The Last Big Vote Offer Closes Next Tuesday Last Vote Offer Ends Tuesday! IX • • on the Great Lake Steamers. Seven Valuable Prizes SEVEN OF THE POPULAR AND ENERGETIC GIRLS AND LADIES IN DOOR COUNTY ARE GOING TO CARRY OFF THESE SEVEN BIG PWZES. ARE YOU GOING TO BE ONE OF THE BIG WINNERS OR ARE YOU GOING TO LET THIS BIG OPPORTUNITY SLIP BY YOU? YOU NEVER BEFORE HAVE HAD A CHANCE LIKE THIS ONE! GET INTO THE GAME RIGHT AWAY AND MAKfc 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 WHILE. THAT 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 IN STURGEON BAY Ajll S...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 July 1915

THE STfcftQEOW\" BAT ADVOCATE, JULY 6f H&S.- Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Maehia went to Al- goma Tuesday for a short visit. - The stork deposited a girl a t the home of Frank Conjurske Wednesday night, June 30. Mrs. John Cole and Jos. Colo and wife are Visiting at the home of Mr. Tago of Kewaunee. Miss Ida Worley spent several days a t Green Bay visiting relatives, return ing home Tuesday. Miss May Beech of Duluth' visited a few days within the week with her friend Mrs. G. Minor. -* ‘ ' Irs. Albert Anderson went to She-* an Saturday to spend a couple of d£ye with her husband. -William Bassford returned home Sat­ urday from Ladysmith, Wis., where he spent some time visiting. Mrs. H. Osby left last week for Chi­ cago to visit her husband who is assist-* ant lightkeeper a t Calumet Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leonhardt arid child went to Chicago Sunday to visit relatives and friends for a week or so. Mrs. Walker of Iron Mountain, Mich., is the guest of Mrs. Adam Dier a t the...

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 — 8 July 1915

THE! STURGEON ADVOCATE, JULY 8 1915.' . i* . LCfT Runaway.—A runaway- horse cm F ri­ day tore down Cedar street at, a terrific clip, frightening the timid. The animal collided with a post aiid smashed the i e- hicle, but was caught soon afterward, before doing any further harm. Unclaimed Letters.—Letters remain­ ing unclaimed a t the\"Sturgeon Bay post- office for the week ending July 6, are: Edgar La Roy, If. J. Braun, in care of L. H. Geisinger Co. When calling, for above letters please say “advertised.” Local Movies.—One of the local pict* ure -shows within the week gave local pictures of scenes snapped on the main streets of the city. N aturally people were anxious to see if they were on any of tfhe slides and it proved a strong drawing card. • ..... -. P. 0. Salary Raised The local post- office is one of 100 to receive'an increase of $100 in-the salary of-‘the (postmaster for the ensuing year - There 'were 17 postoffices th at were '■ reduced- th a t amount. From, this it w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 July 1915

THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE, J “ I-V 8 t31* I The Adventures, Penis and Escapes f I of the Union Scout of the Mississippi | BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ®®®SSXs)®®^ CHAPTER XXIX. Healing of the Wound—Service in Can­ ada—A Lady'Makes Some Surprising Disclosures. Holding his arm tightly in its proper position, Bell unwound the towel. Thojilood gushed out from the wound, both where the bullet had entered and where it had passed out. The shatter­ ing of the bone had torn the .flesh. ^ The handkerchief being tightly bound above the elbow, prevented the blood from flowing so freely as it would other-* wise have done. He went to the stream and laved his arm in the eool water, the blond streaking it with lurid stains. He then walked to the little hotel, bolding his arm in his right hand, the blood still dropping from it, .arid trickling off the ends of his fingers. ‘ ” He felt very faint, and ft eool perspi- Tation stood all over him. The nervous .shock, had made his fnce pale and a l­ most gha...

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 — 8 July 1915

Jarm nntl 2tomc. SANITARY DAIRY FARMS. Sheltered Location of Barn and Good Supply of Fresh W ater. Im portant Factors—Care of Cows. On a farm w here live s to c k 'is' k ep t g reater a tten tio n m list be paid to clean­ liness than on one oii which th e re 'is no live stock. This is p articularly tru e of a dairy farm , for th e success of which thorough san itation is a necessity. To obtain tin? m ost san itary condi­ tions, th e dairy barn should be b u ilt on high ground, w ith good natura*. crain - age and sheltered from th e cold w inds of w inter. H orse stables, po u ltry hous­ es, hog sheds, privies, an d m anure p its should be far enough aw ay no t to con­ tam inate th e cow stable air. There is alw ays a tendency for th e b arny ard lo ts and paddocks surrounding th e s ta ­ ble to g et m uddy and foul, b u t w hen th e b arn is situ ated on a high, w ell-drained spot th is tendency is reduced to a m in­ im um, as th e lots soon becom e-dry a fte r •a rain and in ...

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 — 8 July 1915

That\" Explains His Smile of Satisfaction. No smarting or burning sensation to even the most tender face. Euthy- mol Shaving Soap is non-irritating and leaves a soothing a nd cooling after-effect. W e han dle the b e st in ev ery line. T h a t's w hy w c sell and recom m end 4 EUTHYM OL SHAVING SOAP Basset Drug Store Free Consultation Dr. Goddard Milwaukee Specialist Wffl visit Sturgeon Bay, Monday, Inly 19, at the Waldo Hotel, and wfll grant Free Consultation to all who may desire to consult him. Such a call in no way obligates you to take treatement. 8 OUT OF 10 CASES of Appendicitis, Gall Stone, Colic, Rupture, Goitre, Varicose Veins and UlCers as. well as many other Chronic Diseases can be cured Without Operation, loss of time or suffering. Dr, teoddard has scores oi teatimonial tette rs from cured patients in - and about Sturgeon Bay to Prove these statements. He never under any circumstan­ ces accepts incurable ca ses, /jf^e* will tell you Truthfully and Honestly what is best...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 July 1915

V O L . 54 N O . 16 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1915. $ 1 .5 0 A Y E A R Marine News ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST The tug l?eter Coates again filled with water on Sunday and rolled over on her side in the mud where she had been \\ shoved. ' i The tug Smith ia running with a sin­ gle crew at the present time, there having been a falling off in the crushed stone trade. The steamer Maggie Marshall is m ak­ ing regular'trips between Marinette and Chicago, and passes thru here on her way to and from those ports. t L tug Satisfaction brought a scow load of lumber over to the Washburn company the first of the week, taking stone back to the west shore from, the Laurie quaroie. The schooner Franc Miner, Capt. Max Pfeil, is lying idle, having been shoved in the mud above the Goodrich dock. She has not been fitted ou tfor a .cou­ ple of years now. The little auxiliary schooner H. J. Davis is engaged in carrying pulpwood frhin the west shore' of Green bya to Algoma, and passed thru her...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 July 1915

Sturgeon Ba? Htwocate PfibllBhed Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Entered In the Post-oiTfce at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class matter. B A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N One year ..-............... .. .. ....................$1.50 Six months \".i........... .IB Pour months ............................ BO Two months ................... ........... Single copies .................................. OB Two dollars will be charged It not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. July 15, 1915. EDITORIAL Keep to the right. ‘ The Bummer is half gone and not yet, Here! Remember the rules pf the road when driving your car, carriage or any other vehicle. ■ genera) condition. In selecting a naitne it Is generally discussed by members of the family, and in this way the nan: c means something. Every farm in the county should have a name. Many of the owncrs liave within the past couple of months iiled their names .with the register of deeds, and it is up...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 July 1915

*■ k : - - ^ JULY 15,1915. ' ^■ ions • • „•' V' • •!'.' •â– -■■-* • • . 1 • . . - - • ■ r f - y - 7 GERMANY'S REPLY TO U .S . B ERLIN . 9:25 p. m.. Ju ly 9 / via Lon­ don. JBly 10.—The tex t of the German note follow s “BERLIN, Ju ly 8.—The ui h as the honor-to make the. following re­ ply to his,, excellency. Ambassador Ge­ rard, to the note of. the 10th ultimo, re the im pairm ent of American interests by the German subm arine war. \"The im perial governmenl w ith satisfaction from the note earnestly the governm ent of the United S tates is concerned in seeing the prin­ ciples of hum anity realized in the pres­ en t war. Also th is appeal finds ready echo in G ermany and the im perial gov­ ernm ent is quite w illing to perm it its statem ents and decisions in the present to be governed by the principles )f hum anity Jtfst as It has done al- j \"The im perial governm ent welcomed gratitude when the American goy- at, in the note of May 15 itself th a t G ermany had al...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 July 1915

.t h e s tn u G E O h . - i * j . \\ \\ j ^ ^ i i , a iis i . u 'r t . Personal Items T he ifpmily of W . E. W agencr is spending n couple of weeks rusticating a t N orth Bay. • M rs. Amelia Solway of Menominee is th e guest of her sister, Mrs. G rant M i­ nor, this' week. Miss Norn Keogli went to Green Bay on W ednesday to atten d the C hautau­ qua, returning home today. Mrs. Flora Bick of M ilwaukee arrived here Monday evening and is the guest of Mrs. Jacob Rosenberg. B ert Fairchild an d'fam ily arrived here from Chicago S aturday and will spend thcur , vacation visiting relatives. , ' M rs. .H arry E lliott of Chicago arrived here Tuesday morning and will visit'w ith i h er parents, Mr. and Mrs. F rank LeQue. M rs. M. F rym an of Green Bay spent Beveral days at, th e home of M rs. Cath- iv w in e Propson, returning hotne on Mmj day. , Mrs! Larson arrived here from Mil- •waiikce la st week and is visiting a t the home of, her parents,: M r. and M rs. John ' Mathieson. M iss E s...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 July 1915

THE fcTtJRGEpjl BAY . ^ y p C A lK . JULY .J*, *j^5. :K.T. iff: ‘ LocalNews Marriage Licfens^-*--FoIIowing are the marriage licenses issued during th e past week: Ggstave Kauser, Baileys Har­ bor and Cecelia Gustofson, Gibraltar A l­ bert Haason, Iola, W is., and Mrs. Nora WSanit, Sawyer. Unclaimed. Letters.—Letters remain­ ing unclaimed at the Sturgeon Bajr postoffice for the week ending July Hi, are: Mrs. Herman Schlei, Mrs. H. Shan­ non, Mrs. Fred Menbauer, Mrs. Joe . Loub, Albert Kindig, Philip Bower-1 ville. Foreign.—-Frank J. Grubuan, Julia Edward Calmon. Broke \"^His Arm.—Hubert Knudson, who is employed in the Dana garage, had bis arm broken on Monday morning while attem pting to crank a car belong­ in g to Michael-Hahn, and which was in Ithe shop for repairs. The crank handle dew back stnd struck him on the fore­ a r m wit4eAW6h’’fpp:e as to bend th e iron and bre^|j'^h^ji(C^, bone!-Vf,vt1ffi ’.artai. H u b ertIs a : soa.i qf.R eter Knudson. of Newport.-' Paint the\" V...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 July 1915

THE^TUftGEOW BAY 4DV0CATB, JTOY 15, IM5. The Adventures, Perils and Escapes of the Union Scout of the Mississippi c h a p t e r XXX. The Scout Has an Interview with Pres­ ident Lincoln—Becomes a \"Son of Lib­ erty—-Rescues a Lovely Girl from Death—Falls in Love with Her, and Writes a Poem. Preliminary to visiting Richmond. Bell dote mi ined, if possible, to. obtain possession of the papers which Adler or \"his lawyer .must have written, offering to betray tlie Confederates' in Canada, if fho money taken from him a t Padu­ cah should bo returned to him. Bell left Halifax by the steamer “Em­ peror,” for St..John, and went by steam­ er and rail to New Orleans.'/ Oh the way he applied to Secretary Stanton f o r .a, pass to visit-Gen. Grant, but was refused. “ • - • • ‘ . Gen. Hurlbut had just taken' command of the department o f. this Gull\". Bell w ent directly to his headquarters,- anii procured from him a, letter to Gen. Grant,1 requesting the latter to assist the-scout in getti...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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