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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 12 August 1915

I e a t one m o rn in g in a 'little lan e, U n d e r ,a c an o p y o f b ra m b le leaves,, I w a tc h e d th e re a p e rs o n th e h ea v y Wf-Jn . M e h ig h , w ith c h e e rfu l toil, th e g o l­ d en sh eav es. T h e e a g e r little c h ild re n s to o d a ro u n d , W ith tin y h a rv e s t g le a n in g s o f - th e c o rn . ■ U n d e r th e ir a rm s , s h e a f w ise, w ith pop­ p les b o und, . T h e ir m im ic la b o r a ll th e m e rry m o rn. I w a tc h e d -th e slo w -d ra w n , b o u n teo u s lo a d d e p a rt, T h e c h ild ren fo llo w in g d o w n th e sh a d y la n e A nd, le f t alone, I a sk e d m y e m p ty . h e a rt, \" W h e re a re th y g a th e re d sh e a v e s o f rip e n e d g ra in ? W h y co m es no so u n d o f h a rv e s t jo y to th ee ? ” - B u t m y d um b h e a rt no a n s w e r h ad fo r ■ . m e. \" H e a rt,” sa id I .fu rth e r \" th e re w as. good seed sow n .. D eep in th y f u rro w s e re l a s t w in te r’s : snow . , A nd in...

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 — 12 August 1915

v-V-s DR. GODDARD. Js£Df. Goddard? A a'uguhir'pniotieing physician Ideat­ ed aif bHIwaukt'c, wild lms' given the past ten years to the special treatment of chronic diseases, such as chronic ap­ pendicitis, gall stone colic, rupture, goi­ tre, indigestion, bowel and stomach troubles, varicose ulcers and all chronic diseases. The doctor comes to us highly recom­ mended and lias many of the host people in ami around Sturgeon Bay as his pa­ tients and in view of the fact that he has specialized along certain lines and is not a Jack of All Trades, is fitted to treat these special diseases with a more intimate knowledge and success .than is obtained by the .Doctor who tries to treat and cure every ailment under the sun that comes to him. Dr. Goddard does not, under any cir­ cumstances, accept incurable cases for treatment, and if you desire honest, con­ scientious treatment, you should avail yourself of his monthly visits to Stur­ geon Bay. He makes no charge for a friendly consu...

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 — 19 August 1915

Door CountyFatir and Fruit Exhibition, Sept. 21-22-23. «PQOR .COUNTY DOES\" IT AT HOME,* V O L. 54 NO. 21 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. 1915. Marine News Dredging a t Manitowoc. The Wisconsin Dock apd Dredge Co. vas awarded the contract to do the tjrcdging in- tlie river at Manitowoc hy th e city council on Monday nighti The work consists -of scraping off 'the shal­ low spots to enable boats of greater draft to reach the docks o f' the Reiss Coal Co. Dredging will also be done in front of the docks of the company to give a depth of 25 feet. The contract with the city calls for $1,500 worth of work. The work has already been commenc­ ed, the outfit arriving a t Manitowoc Fri­ day. The tug Lorena, Capt. Jas. Tufts, will tend the dredge, which is in charge of Henry Thiel, one of the best and old­ est dredgemen on the lakes. GENERAL MARINE ITEMS. The steamer Wilkesbarre of the Le­ high line has been fitted'out again and on Friday loaded grain at the South Chicago elevat...

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 — 19 August 1915

f i i i STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 19,1615, •M Sturgeon » a s Hfcvocate P u b lis 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 . v • n t e r e d in th e P o st-o itlfce 'a t . S tu r g e o n r 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 OF O n e y e a r ------- S ix m o n th s F o u r m o n th s . . T w o m o n th s . . S in g le c o p ie s S U B S C R IP T IO N : ............................................$1.50 ........................ .75 .50 .25 .05 T w o d o lla r s w ill b e c h a rg e d i f n o t ’•p aid w ith in th e y ea r. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis*, August 19, 1915. EDITORIAL Don’t overlook' tlic Chautauqua. Now “is the time to swat the fly. Teach the boys and girls to swim* Prepare for the county fair, the time is fast approaching. Legislate as you w ill/b u t it is the CQpsqmcr th at “pays the freight,\" Hurrah! The legislaturer has decided to adjourn sometime nest week. Exterminate the T a ts before j...

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 — 19 August 1915

V ’ m ' Dr. Pearl Thompson of this city was Histaritly killed in a runaway accident Friday, whjle driving to Kilbourn. His father was killed by the cars a t Able-* man about a year ago. Mrs. John Dishmaker. Sr., an old resi- ident of Kewaunee, died in, th at city on Thursday morning, a t the age of 76. She was born in Austria and located with her parents in Kewaunee in 1858. A lone robber, described as being less than 25 years old, successfully held up a i the point of a gun, George F. W right and J. J. McDonald, Soo line operators a t Waukesha, Friday morning a t 12:45 o’clock, arid then escaped with $188.62. M argaret Thompson of Brownsville, Minn., started for La Crosse in response to an advertisement offering work. She never reached there. Her parents have asked the police to-search for her. This was the girl’s firet trip alone away from home. Benjamin Brill of Green Bay received on Thursday through his attorney, a check for $36,000 in final settlement of litigation pending agai...

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 — 19 August 1915

THE SXTOGEOK iA ^ ADVOCA'tt AUGUST 1$ IS ll Personal Iten|s •:-, \" — ’ %?. Dr.- Ed. Barta arrived lieW^JTlirasday to spend li'.s vacation with liis parents. Mrs. Jesse Slater went to Sheboygan on Saturday to visit relatives for a week or bo. Leonard Slattery left Monday for Mil­ waukee to remain for an indefinite length of time. - Mrs. Janies Tufts leaves for Manito­ woc Tuesday afternoon to visit her huflbnnd. . . ' Edwaxc) Min-or, Jr., went to Green Bay the latter part of the week for a visit' with relatives. Miss Kate Lnubenstein of Algoma spent Sunday at tlie home of Richard Hack and family. IVIisa Mary Minor returned home Satj urday from Milwaukee,, after visiting there for a week. Miss Laura Fetzer is taking her va- cation this week, which is being spent with friends in Chicago. A baby girl arrived at the hjjme of John Haines on Sunday, and mother and child are doing nicely. Rev. L. E. Shanks made a business trip to Green Bay Friday, returning home the day following. Dud. H...

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 — 19 August 1915

THE STUR6B0H. BAY . ADVOCATE. AUGUST 19, 1915.*} - tU, residents, of the city, being well aiulj favorably known, having for a ’ivuiUlR-rj ' . i'.i ■ % ■- ^ .* ^ofyears filled d e p o sitio n of, bookkwp- t Close for R e ^ n 6 li^ l^ e .P r «|t, L e a tj^ n & Smith serving cbjj^ptay Jut** holiday On M on-^co%any^ nqd ^ ^ d a u g M tw of -Mrs. day to giye those of, their employes who!‘H enry' Reynolds. Tlie many .friends. of po desired an opportunity to attend the the couple will extend to them their best circus.^- .- v / : , . -I best wishes for a: happy • nrrarkd life. The marriage was performed by County A Fine Track.—The People’s Store withiii t|»e’ week added a fine Buick,-de­ liveryH ruck to their, equipment. I t is certainly a beauty and attracts atten­ tion wherever it goes. ■’ ^........ Judge J. E . Uselding, and the couple were amended, by ^tr. 'and Mrs. Schmed- ler. old friends of the groom. Board of Review.—Tin's body has boon at. work: for the past nine days...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 August 1915

- . .' ' .* ’.. '. ' ’’i XTO vSTUHGEOW ^ V O C A ^ i W15^ 3®®S5 The Adventures, Perils and Escapes of the Union Scout of the Mississippi *•$ BY GEORGE WAKE MAN §® $ 3 CHAPTER XXXV. The Incendiary Plot in New York—Bell Identifies a Prisoner—A Week in the Great City—A Familiar Face on Filth Avenue. As the scout had predicted, an a t­ tem pt was made to burn the city of New York. A few days after the arrest of the party who had. plotted the capture of the steamer Belle of St Louis and the United States funds on board, the start­ ling news was flashed over the wires that on the night of November 25, a large number of the principal buildings in New York city had been fired almost simultaneously by means of a prcpara-' tion of phosphorus put up in bottles. A t Barnum’s Museum, a t about nine o’clock in the evening, some person threw a bottle of phosphorus behind the gallery of the lecture-room on the fifth story, setting fire to the woodwork, and for a time creating a terrible scene...

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 — 19 August 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATI, AUGUST 19, 1915. 3 Bgonranaro s c h o o l. Today th e house la stille r than It’s ever been before T here’s ^nothing in disorder from the ■ celling to the floor E ’en th e chairs around the room ‘ r Seem to share th e general gloom ,' A s they stand in sad precision ju s t so J a r ap art,—no more. T he cushions look- forbidding a s they’re placed a g a in st th e w all , T he v ery cbair-backs seem alone, they stan d so stiff and tall And I feel inclined to cry, And to se t them all aw ry: W h a t can it be about th e bouse th a t : seem s to chill us all ? I 'd like to s catter every toy now rang­ ed before my sight, F ro m m erry “Punch and Judy,\" in their gauze and tinsel bright, To the little dog asleep I n a m ournful, wooly heap, \\ On th e half-torn, fingered picture-books, V. once visions of d elig h t T h a t w orn old doll, dejected, brin gs a t . picture fa ir and sweet, Ofc bloom, and w arm th, and songs of ’ birds th e m erry w orld to . ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 19 August 1915

County Nows Br u s s e l s . , . & y f o l A I'.ttle Son arrived a t jiff Hi', and Mrs. GustaVc Bdtnfcu\"IffnSt Thursday, ■ - ' Alex Horlachfc'and Jos. Bouehts were over in the Town of Union on Tuesday, working on a farm deal. '. Henry A ntliolt and John Y ost are plastering' the outside of the Gabe Bierre’s residence w ith cement and th e ' jbb looks very good. • Scraphinc H ew itte on M onday .drove up tplt*reeri Bay w ith Joasin Ivinnurd and dnughtep, the la tte r going for the purpose of seeking medical advice. Jos. Bouehe and H enry Zoplierin were over to .Tple D efenet’s in th e tow n of 'F riday setting up some W Jp' dnaehihL'ry for th a t gentlem an. Jos. Bouehe and party and Ed. Vnnd- gindertaelen and party drove to Algoma and Foresty'lle on Sunday looking up n cfeyf .of then to work on the school hpuse.' ' • . Aiitone Modreau, a son-in-law of Louis Rankin, is here from Algoma. He exppcts,t,o ]buy a piece of land on which tot -erect ..a butcher shop. No deal had bc^nn...

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 — 26 August 1915

Door County Fair “DOOR ^ .C O U IjflY DOES.\" mon VOL. 54 NO. 22 STURGEON • BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. AUGUST 26, 1915. 1.50 A YEAR Marine News R ules W ork H ardship. There is one of th e rules in th e new coast regulations th a t is going t o cause trouble if enforced, and according ‘to all reports unless a different stand is taken i t w ill be carried into effect. Capt. Gatfield of th e canal coast guard sta- tio n h as been instructed to enforce the order which forbids members of the coast g uard to leave th e premises w ith­ o u t permission. A ll th e members are now under naval regulations, and m ust sleep and tak e th e ir m eals ore the premises. A t s ta ­ tions outside of th e large cities this will be a decided hardship and no doubt re­ su lt in m any of th e men q u ittin g the service. In m ost of these stations there are a large number of m arried men who have theii’ homes on th e prem ises of th e station. They sleep a t home when off d u ty and eat th e ir meals there ...

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 — 26 August 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. AUGUST 26, 1915. ®* flShirfieon »aj? advocate PnbllBhed Every T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. ■ ntered in -the Post-office a t Sturgeon , Bay, Wis., os second-class,m atter RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year ................................................ Six m onths .. .................................... •“ Four m onths . . ..................................... .60 ' Two m onths .......................... . . . . . . . .25 Single copies . ............................... 05 Two dollars will be charged if not (koid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., August 26, 1915. EDITORIAL | Those Milwaukee boosters were not able to take the advice of A. D. Camp­ bell and come to this city, but they will probably not, overlook us next year. Cut the rag weed. I t is a breeder ol bay fever. There is considerable of it to be seen in the vacant lots and along the parkways in the outskirts of the city. Get rid of it before it goes to...

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 — 26 August 1915

tH B SXURGEOir BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 26, 1915. \\ - 'A ‘ ■- i n WfiilC shooting groundhogs on W ed­ nesday, Frank Roch of Castle Rock ac­ cidentally killed ‘his son -Roscoe when the gu n 1 exploded and drove a splinter o f tlie stock into th e head. ,T he Badger S tate tannery of Sheboy- - gan is ju st starting on its third rush order for leather received in the last six Weeks. The order is for $300,000 worth of leather which is to be shipped to Boston. The leather to be used as th e tippers for war slioe3, the Boston shoe firm having received an order for 1. 100,000.000 pairs of shoes for the Ita l­ ian army. Declaring that he was neither pro- German nor pro-allies, W alter J. Voll-* y rath of the Porcelain Enamelling asso- ' , ciation turned down a half-million ddl- , lar order for shells and brass castings from the allies. The order came through a .la r g e contracting firm in Chicago, a representative of which visited Sheboy- . gan and tried to induce Mr. Yollrath to take th...

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 — 26 August 1915

TUB STURGEON BAY ADyOCAlEr AUGpST ^ W S. p p P I Personal Items Phillip .Zeticl made n business trip to Brussels on Tuesday. , Miss Pauline k u tz ra spent Sunday •with relatives a t Casco. 1 Dan Fischer of Milwaukee spent Sun-' day here visiting friends. Mrs. John Maples and soiis Arnold and Jam es arc visiting relatives a t W hite- fish Pay. Mrs. A lbert Grciscn and children are spending the week at' Juddvillc w ith Telative|. . Mrs. JEllis KKngenberg has been con­ fined it) her . home and bed for several , days past. . R uth Brndfield of La Crosse left Tues­ day a fter having spent th e past week a t th e Keogh home. --* Mrs. Jam es Oakley and granddaughter D orothy Shim m el.' spent Sundny w ith relatives a t Algoma. Mrs. Win. ISassford left Friday for Rhinelander to visit w ith her daughter, M rs. Archie Ivimber. Mrs. Win, Donovan and daughter arc spending the week w ith rclatives in the tow n of Sevastopol. Miss iM innic Johns of Green B ay is visiting, her pnrents, Mr. and ...

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 — 26 August 1915

THE STUI^GKOW B A ^ ^ f ^ T l L iATJGTIS* $ i 9 1 $ ? rHT SectCre First - Hunting License.—Emil . Biihqnar was the first to take out a hunting license for the year . lOiS. The season -will open for hunting ducks on September 10. Fined for Disturbance.—Joe Skilling ■was on Monday arraigned before Justice Dehos on cdmplaint of Henry Hopp, charged with creating a disturbance on Cedar street Sunday night. He' WilB fined the minimum' of $1 and costs. Paid. - ■ ‘ Unclaimed- Letters.—■LcttersV-'^etti.'un'* ‘ ^ ing unclaimed at the Sturgeon Bayipost- v office for the week ending AuguS't'^&t\" 'are: Glias. H. McDonald,' Ben Watery- lirock, Margaret Scott, Mrs. C. J. Goler. Mrs. D. R. Haring, Stella Tranzer. For­ eign: Wialazina Pani, Maryanna Kom- ka. Stone for Court Street.—Crushed stone . has been put on Court street between Garland and Cottage, a distance of two blocks, which greatly improves this thoroughfare. . Some of the property owners have carried the stone out to the cur...

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 — 26 August 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST A Lonely Ride and a D reary Hotel—A M idnight A dventure—A S inister Face Follows the Scout. | The Adventures, Perils and Escapes J of the Union Scout of the Mississippi | BY GEO RGE W A X EM A N ®®$SX«X?)®C!Xi^^ CHAPTER XXXVI. \"j “And 1 m ight accidently lift the th ie f\" snid the scout, ta p p in g \"th e end of ids pistol. “ W ell, stranger,” replied th e old man, “it’s a m ighty rough country .about yer, ami tliey’s a heap of graybacks lookin’ round to pick up' an y th in ’ they kin freeze to.” Bell w ent inside, and sat in th e largo fireplace by a roaring blaze. W hen the old man came in he eyed Bell closely, and then said very seriously: ^‘S tranger. I’d advise ye to shook them fine clothes yer got on. They a ttra c t attentio n, and if yer don’t look sharp, some feller will go for yer. Y er w ant to look rough this yer valley is full of set of cussed graybacks th a t’ll kill anybody for' a fippenify bit.” W ell, I ’ve traveled a good d...

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 — 26 August 1915

THE STUBGKOH BAT JD V O O k** AUGUST 26, 1915. : . A ''B lt. o f ' JUvlc*. T he Joys of yesterd ay a re gone, . They vanish like a dream : . F ro m o ur • lives' th ey Hasten on . A s flows a rushing' sfream . So stretch no eager hand to clasp '- Tho things th a t pass aw ay. B u t tu rn to those w ithin -your grasp— Enjoy y o u rs e lf today. . Depend not on th& .morrow’s hopes,' • F o r dark may be its sky, A nd rain m ay drench th e sunny slopes W here, you had planned to lie. T his e a r t h l y life, a s s a g e s t e a c h , , B y t u r n B is fa ir and g r a y . So take ‘the things w ithin your reach— Enjoy yourself today. PLAN A VISIT (TO THE COUNTY FAIR. ’ “To make a county fair the vital, \\ helpful institution th a t it may be, the \\boys and girls' m ust be encouraged to tak e part. W ith old and young work* ihg together the fair becomes, as it should, a real community effort.” This statement \\vas made by C. P. Norgord, formerly superintendent 01 Farmers’ Institutes...

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 — 26 August 1915

V 1915, ' f is h c r e ek . Chas., F ran k and Ja m e s, Duelon and Louis Shjileen- drove to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday, to see rabout gome m aterial for a .residence which 'the first-nam ed is erecting in this village. They re tu rn ­ ed the sam e day. ' . Jam es Ducloit and fiim'Iy of Dassel, Minn., arrived here Sunday and are spending a couple of weeks a t Eagle P oint lighthouse, visiting relatives, gad renew ing old acquaintances.' .H e .,)Jmf‘ been out in th a t country for the past thee years beig the representative of the M innesota-Sugar Co. The trip was made, w ith : Mr. Duclon's ,n.uto, and in spite of tlie trip registering 570 Indies, it was' m ade w ithout trouble. Louis Shalepn, ,of Dassel, accompanied theD jie- lons here. The p arty will retu rn home next Monday. We had one shipment of ovei^ worth of'Sweaters, bought way below market pri'fe for spot cash. Below are a few numbers to, be sold for cash only. $ 3 .9 5 F o r a h eav y ro b e k n it th a t is. w o rth reg u lar ...

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 — 2 September 1915

VOL. 54 NO. 23 STURGEON BAY, W1S., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1915. YEAH Marine News P lan Lake Merger. W h at is considered to be th e m ost im ­ p o rta n t move i n ' th e entire h isto ry of i th e freight service of the g reat-lak e s is 'scheduled to tak e effect im m ediately fallow ing th e close of navigation th is fall—a m erger of a ll th e package freig ht steam ers now plying the big inland seas. I t w as sta te d on T hursday, on unquestioned au th o rity , th a t th e five largest stand ard lake lines w ill be con­ solidated into one, and th a t th e fleet of th e new tran sp o rtatio n com pany will num ber no less th a n fo rty-four vessels. The new company w ill be incorporated for $20,000,000, and w ith b u t few ex-* ceptions th e steam ers taken over are modern in all respects. Foui Erie, tw elve Anchor,' tw elve M utual, six L e­ high and ten W estern line craft will form th e nucleus of the big merger. Lt is expected all these boats w ill ru n on schedule tim e...

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 — 2 September 1915

„IHE. STOTGEOH BAY ADVOCAlfc OTPfEMBER 2, 191& Personal Items Jim Polous wade a business trip to Grccrt Bay Wednesday. A daughter was on Monday evening born to Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Armstrong. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Pfeil went to DePcre Tuesday to take in the county fair be­ ing held there this week. Mrs. Jphn Harvey arrived here Satur-* day front Milwaukee and is visiting with her mother, Mrs. M. F, La Plant. Henry J.TIahn went to Do Pere Tues day morning to spend a couple of days ' a tfth e scpgnty fair held at th at place. is near. Mr. Kimber came here along hv the lattbr.-pa^t of thu 50ir, ,artd is in’ his S-ltli yeai*. l \\- 5 . John Carboy of Green Bay arrived here within the woek and- has :accopted a berth in the mechanical department of the News. John Acker of Algoma is also ah nddition to the profession in this city, having-accepted .a position with the Democrat.: Mrs. Fred Stevens of Oshkosh arrived here Monday evening and will spend the week visiting at the liomc of ’ Mr...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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