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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 September 1915

THE S T D iiG k oif BAY A D y o c A W t S e p t e m b e r 3o, i9 i5 . THE Z0BTKIS8. : I p u t by th e h alf-w ritten poem. ■While th e pen id ly tra ile d in -, m y han d . W rite s on, “H a d I w o rd s to co m p lete it. . W h o ’d re a d i t o r w h o ’d u n d e rs ta n d ? ” B u t th e little b a r e fe e t o n th e s ta irw a y , ' A nd th e f a in t S m o th ered la u g h In th e h a ll,- ■ A n d th e e e rie -lo w -lisp on th e silence, C ry u p to m e o y er i t a ll. . S o I g a th e r i t u p w h e re w a s b ro k e n ' T h e te a r-fa d e d th re a d of m y them e. T e llin g how , a s one n ig h t i s a t w ritin g , A f a ir y b ro k e in o n m y d ream . -A little in q u is itiv e f a iry — M y : ow n little g irl, w ith th e gold O f - th e s u n in h e r h a ir, a n d th e dew y B lu e /e y e s o f th e f a ir ie s o f old. / ’T w a s th e d e a r little g irl t h a t I sco ld ­ ed— ... “F o r w a s i t a m o m e n t lik e th is ,” ' I said , “w h e n sh e k n e...

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 — 30 September 1915

Personal Items Joseph Kiabacli- qf Kewaunee spent 6uudav with relatives here, returning Monday mprfiing. ' , - fclrs. Catharine Propsom left Saturday for Kaukauna and Chilton .to visit friends and relatives. Severt Solway arrived here from Chi­ cago 'last week and spent several days visiting his, old home. Sophus Anderson and Ilcn/y Devine took a run down from Green Day to spend Sunday a t home. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Law­ rence Squires- on Sunday night,' and mrfthcr and child are doing nicely. Mrs. H. J. Lawrence returned to her home a t Milwaukee on Friday after vis­ iting with relatives here for several weeks.. . Mrs. Spiegelborg returned to her home a t Green Bay Sunday evening af­ ter visiting with her dnuglitcr, Mrs. H. L. Peterson. * Mrs. John. Heldmann returned to her home at Maplewood on Friday after spending a few days in the city visit­ ing relatives. After spending about ttwo weeks vis­ iting relatives and friends here Miss Helen Reincekcr returned to Milwa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 September 1915

f t , £. :y- * THE STDkGEOM BAY ADyO^ATKv S3P££3£B2H 2?f .1S15. -•/.The. Ladies’ Aid of ' -the {Moravian ehurehwill give a 15c supper next Wed­ nesday afternoon, Octpber 6. Every-* body is cordially invited. Will Qelebrate Golden Wedding.— ' On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hig­ gins will: celebrate their Golden .Wed-* ding anniversary at their, home on St. John street, and invitations have, been 'extended to a number of friends to join • with them in commemorating /the event. Study Club Meeting.— The Study club \"will hold, . an- open metiting at the home of . Miss' Margaret Reynolds on Monday, October 4. Any­ one wishing to take up the study of contemporary drama' this winter with the club, 4$ cordially invited to be pres­ ent. Takes Back1Farm.— Hannibal Hanson has taken posses­ sion of the’Hans Hanson farm again, which several years ago he rented to Henry Fetzer, and which was in charge of Frank Mann'. The latter has moved onto the old Ullssperger place, which -las been le...

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 — 30 September 1915

X X X X THE STtJROEOW BAY. ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1915. - * ....... „ - - - - » ' - - •' - S - -** , - • ■ ' ■ - ■ ■ . \\ ' ' 7 1 '.--V ' ' • y . • . • - . _ ' ' ' • ' ' L 2! Hie Adventures, Perils and Escapes | of the Scout of the Mississippi j BV GEORGE WAKEMAN (! CHAPTER- XLI.<p>Union Drifting Down Red Rivci—The Cre­ vasse and the Rapids—“I Hear the Distant Thunder H um ” — Sleeping and Waking Horrors. The snags mid floating timber were1 of ('lie sentry? To-touch a paddle, even- to raise his head above the gunwale of the boat, would lead to bis instant de­ tection. The rain still fell gently, and the sky was very dark. But what of that? Anything moving on the water could iasily be seen, even though its exact very plentiful iu the Red river, as the outlines might not he distinguished scout still drifted on in the twinkling The scout was close enough .now to light of the stars, and he ran a frequent the boat to. hear the smallest noiBe on risk of being overturned ...

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 — 30 September 1915

‘ , THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE' SEPTEMBER 30, 1915. \" _ M X F A T H E B — A H X U O S T . T h e te n d e r a n g e l t h a t h e k n e w ' • C am e to r him fro m th o s ta r li t b lu e, , A n d w h e n h is l a s t llfe -fo rc e h a d .sped, S o ft h e a v e n ly lip g e rs ’ to u ch ed h i s h e a d , 'T h h a n g e l sp a k e : \"B eh o ld in m e G od’s h e ra ld fro m e te rn ity ! O n e a rth th y s p ir it s a w in m in e . C le a r g u id an c e to th o D ove D ivine. T h e re fo re I b le s s th ee, e re w e go T o re a lm s no m o rta l m an m ay k now , ■ T o h e ig h ts b ey o n d th e .u tm o st rea c h . O f y e a rn in g : h u m a n th o u g h t an d . sp eech .” M y f a th e r 's voice g rew c le a r a n d s w eet,— , H e k n elt,, b esid e th e a n g e l’s fe e t,— “ A ll h a ll,” s a id he. ’’Show moi th e g o al W h e re s in is lifte d fro m th e so u l. 'O h ta k e m e th ro u g h th e v o ice o f sp ace T o m eet G od’s m ercy fac e to fac e ! L o n g h a v e...

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 — 30 September 1915

C -k * « & «P The Acorn Tho W orld's V ery R estl I t ’s th e way th e y ’re m ade R. 0 . BINGHAM co m p an y ! Groceries Of That is what we adver­ tise and that is what we offer for sale—every day in. the year. Coupled with quality is our serv­ ice. If you have not got the habit of trading with us, let us get together. P h o n e 14 imm T H E G R O C E R Just now we are selling a lot of PIPES at a reduc­ tion of lO per cent. • CHEER IIP! THE SENSATION OF P AR IS, N E W YORK, LONDON & RERUN. Guaranteed? To m ake lauglis grow where they never grew before ill GIRL V T A X I CLASSY T O T H E CORE CURES GROUCHES INSTANTLY QPERAHOUSE Mon. Oct. 4 , PRICES: 75-50-35-25 cts m B A ILEY * j&AEBOR. Eugene \" C arrington 'o f Green Bay tran sacted ’business hwe la s t T uesday*. Insurance A gent John G. OUinger, of Sturgeon Bay spent a few hours hero la st Tuesday. D r. F errand o f Sturgeon B ay spent Tuesday and W ednesday in th is village doing w ork in his- line.' Misses E s...

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 — 7 October 1915

•DOOtt • DOES.\" d AT HOIOU* VOL. 54 NO. 28 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915 $1.50 A YEAR Marine News Fate of the Sch. Minnie Slauson. ' Old timers will be InWestdd iif ■ learn­ ing that the schooner Minnie Slauson, one of the well-known lake schooners, vtaa wrecked on the Atlantic' Ocean re­ cently. The following account ’of the disaster is published in a pa$cih\\iit Hy- aphis, MaSS.: ’’‘The three-mastered schoopet\\'Minnie Slauson, one of the yeteransVv|»f the coasting fleet, came to the pfOOTsbte end of her career as a result of‘.'Wo mis- C haps recently. Captain and 'c^ew-yowed ashore here and brought word that the vessel had sunk in three fathoms of water after striking on B&iibps and Clerks Ledge. Although the^.V're turned to the schooner later, with'-^sibtance to investigate th e possibility.^!,'floating hbr, it was considered probable th a t Bhe would be a total loss., {- “The Slauson hound front’Eljzabeth- port, N. J., for St. John, N. 500 tons of coal...

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 — 7 October 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 7, 1915. Sturficon »a$ advocate P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t : S tu rg e o n B ay, W is. ■ n te re d In tho PoBt-ofltlce a t S tu rg e o n B ay, W ls., a s seco n d -claes m a tte r. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One y e a r ............. , .$1.60 B iz m o n th s ................ ............'— ..................16 Pour m o n th s . . . » ................................ .60 T w o m o n th s .............. , . ................ .26 S in g le co p ies ...................*................... .06 T w o d o lla rs w ill bo c h a rg e d i f n o t paid w ith in th e y ear. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. •Sturgeon Bay, Wis., October 7, 1915. PROBLEMS OF A WEEKLY PAPER. as desiribjis of having the laws enforc­ ed as are. the officials. The difficulty is th at th e officials are not supported by the public as they should be. I t is a difficult m atter for them to get witness­ es to appear against the violators be­ cause of acq...

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 — 7 October 1915

' ( \" \\ } ’ . r * K y P * THE STUKGXOfcr BAT ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 7,1919. PFE1L WINS DAMAGE SUIT. JTJRY FINDS FOR DEFENDANT IN FAMOUS $10,000 DAMAGE CASE AFTER ALL-NIGHT SESSION BASSONE GIAU IS NOT GUILTY Jury Finds for Defendant: in Fourth Ward Stabbing Affray—Self-De- \" fense Was Claimed. When adjourned term of the court 'convened on Thursday morning of last week, the Brill-Pfeil case was called and the jury impanelled. The twelve men ■were Henry Martin, John Bagnall, Chas. Zill, Frank Moeller, Ernest Stephan, F. Hoganson, Jos. Ploor,.Chas. Simon, Louis Henschell, August Schwede, A. V. Ko- yen and MuerlerThorp. Attorneys W. E. Wagoner and T. A. Sanderson, represented the defendant and Attorney Kittel of Green Bay and Attoiney H. M. Ferguson of this city the plaintiff. . ■ The plaintiff, Isador Briil, asked for damages to reputation, and loss of time by reason of having been arrested on a statutory charge on the complaint of Ed. Pfeil, in which he was found not guilty, asking t...

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 — 7 October 1915

t n * s m « i f ! w , i y ( i a n . « i i i v « a ' l f \\ r . .. ' Personal Items ' Miss Delia Jenkins is and has lor a week or more past been on thGsick list. Sirs. Emil Hanson and littlo daughter of Green Bay spent the week hero with relatives. ■ Mrs. Frank Barnhardt has been eon fined to her home and bed for a. week or more by illness. Anton Poulos left on Sunday for Chi­ cago via auto, where lie went to attend thb wedding of a cousin. Mass. Katharine Cullnan of Chicago ar­ rived here on Thursday to visit friends and relatives for a week or so. juack Chectham of Dubuque, Iowa, dr- \"T?ved here Thursday evening and spent several days visiting with friends. ■Mrs. Win. Long and Mr. and Mrs. John Long returned home Sunday ev­ ening from a week's visit a t Green Bay. Miss Julia Collard is visiting with her brother Bert in Milwaukee, having left for the Cream city on Thursday lasti* ' . ' .' . A sou was born to Mr. and Mrs. It. C„ Totzkc on Wednesday night, of last week. Mot...

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 — 7 October 1915

THE STURGEON BAy ADVOCAT*. OCTOBER 7, 1915. f L r ic ^ e m (Football Saturday.™ -7 The high ■•Aebbol foptball team will 'play its first game of: the season, when a team from - qU*ririette. .. ■' W. C. T. U .l T h e^ V ^ ^ .lT X Will iriee|5with Mrs. : • ^ olm ^ efeon tit Tuesday afternoon, Oc- ./tober '12. Everybody interested is in- Frame' ll ‘Up.— ■ .-•- The frame : of the hew house being .. .built Iby . AV McKercher on south Cedar ■ street i s up and the owner hopes to be a b le to take possession before the hoi . idays. . ' ■ r-V'Uv* .-Manied at Ellison Bay.— Gus. Faundrei and Miss Celia Tom- berg were united'in marriage at Ellison ■ Bay on Thursday, September 30. The ■ groom is in the employ of S. T. Learn­ ed of Sevastopol. , Marriage Licenses.- TKe following marriage licenses have been issued during the past week by , County Clerk Herlache: Robert O.’Knud • son, and Agnes Peterson, Washington Henry Breier and: Esther Donovan, Se­ vastopol Walter Johnson. Saw...

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 — 7 October 1915

TH S STURGEON BAY JlDVOCAXK. OCTOBES i, 1915. W i I The Adventures, Perils and Escapes! of the Union Scout of the Mississippi I BY GEORGE WAKEMAN CHAPTER XI-IT. A Squad of Soldiers—Assistance from an Aged Negro—The Father of Wat­ ers—Safe and Free—Close of the War. At dark Bell again resumed Iris jour­ ney down Red river, and fioaited on for the whole of another night. When the morning 'hegan to dawn he looked along the banks anxiously for some place in which to conceal himself during the day. Allowing his boat to drift with the current, lie cast his eye intently on both sides of the stream, and still saw no hiding-place that pleased him. though the sun was fairly risen. While he. was locking down the west bank, he suddenly perceived, at a dis­ tance of several hundred yards below him, a squad of seven or eight soldiers near the shore. It was out of the question to attempt to conceal himself, as he had already been seen. The river was here about flree hundred yards wide, and he 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 — 7 October 1915

f ia t sx u itttM r v a t jiv o c A ftto to o i TO MOVE FORWARD IN CHAM* p a g n e Dis t r ic t . GERMANS LOSE 121CANNONS Berlin Admits Loss of H ill No. t9i in French .Attack-Terrific Battle .I for Lena Continues—British Ad- vancetsC h ecked. ■ London, Oct. • 1.—Continuing the ter­ rific offensive which has netted the allies alm ost daily gains for the past W eek and h as resulted in the greatest loss of life and prisoners of any simi­ lar period in the entire war, the French troops in Champagne again broke through the German lines w est of T a­ hure H eight and a t Hill No. 191, cap luring the la tte r strategic position and rendering alm ost th e . entire German : railroad from Cernay .to Somme-Up useless. ■ ' .. Second Line in Peril. Berlin officially adm its the loss, of Hill 191 and the penetration of the Gorman lines southeast of Soucbez. T he French official report adm its comparative calm in Artois, with some German activity near Armancourt, but claims some advantage...

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 — 7 October 1915

' ^ ' tr ta* sxrooJL * octoant yj w f'' i - . * .t h ir t y t h o u s a n d VETERANS O f ! CIVIL WAR MARCH AT THE ! ■ CAPITAL. : PARADE BEFORE PRESIDENT Colonel Palmer of Iowa Lead* the Way j Down Pennsylvania Avenue, Wash* Ington, as . He Did Fifty, Years Ago ' ' at the War’s Close. Washington, Sept. 30.—The Grand !Arm of the Republic on Wednesday passed In review probably for the last 'time! : Thirty thousand veterans of the .Civil war marched before President jWilson, saluted him as commander in .chief of the army and navy of the TJnlted States, and passing onward, 'disbanded. The day’s parade was In particular {commemoration of the grand review Jot 1865 when, to celebrate the con- Iduslon ot the Civil war the most efficient army that ever had (been assembled up to that time {marched, thousands upon thousands .strong, hour after hour, through the {streets of the natlqnal capital. Fifty Years After. The remnant of that army marched through the same streets today. Then they salri...

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 — 7 October 1915

XHE STUBOHOH BAY ADVOCAT^ OCTOBEB 7, ldiS. (garden and Momiiir- T h e - h ills iire bathed in p u rple m ists. . T h e la k e is a ll a te n d e r glow , s ' A n d d a is ie s t h a t th e s u n 'h a s k issed H id e u n d e rn e a th th e ta ll h ed g ero w . : C om e o u t, beloved, th e s u n s h a ll k iss l o u t c h e ek s to bloom , y o u r h a ir to . g o ld ■' : • O f g re e tin g d a y o r h o u r old. . Come out, beloved, and know the bliss Of greeting day an hour old. C om e, le t u s w a n d e r to th e h ill, . ■ S o ft-s te p p in g le s t w e b re a k th e s p e llr T h e p in e -tre e s w h isp e r a n d a r e 's ti l l, , : T h e s q u irre l p eeps fro m th e h a z el • ' d ell. ’T ls e c sta s y .to liv e a n d b re a th e , W e c ra v e h o o th e r g i f t to d ay A ll-s o rro w s w e h a v e le f t b e n eath , A ll b u rd e n s w e h a v e c a s t aw ay . T h e g o ld en g lo ry o f th e su n H a s fo llo w ed u s a n d w rap p ed • u s , ' ■ ro u n d T...

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 — 7 October 1915

County News lzens SEVASTOPOL. Dominick Kroogman within the week had cement sanitary stalls and floor put in his bam, which is one of the, latest and most modem affairs in the town. Air. and Airs. Frank Baudpr of Wau­ watosa, wao spent the past couple of weeks visiting at the home of MriS. Y. V. Drcutzcr at .SJioreside, returned to their: home the first of the week. ^Friends hero have received the an- pbnhceiiicnt ‘that-' a baby girl was born fo^&tr. ,ai\\d',AIrs. Otto Wolccin of the ifpw^ ' oi Egg'Harbor, which happy event occurred on Sunday. 0. C. Junge of Chicago spent a few, days at his summer cottage, BircUwood, ‘ op the Bay Shore during the past week, which he has closed up for the Bcason. He'will return with the birds in the . spring. • MrS.' Jacob Hanson, the aged mother » of Mrs: ~Y.\\'V. Dreutzcr, has been ill during tho.'past week or so, and for sev­ eral days her relatives and friends fear ed that her. time had come. But she is'Still \"among the living, having rall...

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 — 14 October 1915

It w il Ro T« A J-O yer Carefully. ' '- ^ ‘ vffe-'y.- ^TABLISHEbi VOL. 54 NO. 2? Marine News ■ Tempest in Trouble.1, During the storm Sunday the steamer ■ Tempest ■was towing the . barge' Filer - from. Chicago, when the tow -line part- s ed. The heavy sea prevented the steam-* Pl& er from picking- up ' the 'barge and the . steamer came into port and sent' out the tug Arctic to tow in the barge. : The tow line was spliced but owing to the heavy sea the tow ia stilrViii port.— Manitowoc News. (Monday.) ffj STURGEON BAY, WIS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1915. T H E thYeair Inspector hfansfield Stricken. Capt. Ira Mansfield, United States ' inspectors of hullh a t the port' of Chi­ cago, was on Thursday stricken with an attack Of appoplexy at his home - in the Windy city./ ' ./V''v-' Capti Mansfield has been engaged in the inspection service for the'.past fifty years, and is probably best /known to the marine fraternity of the .' Great Lakes of any living man. ' .V1'-, ' Bell Culh...

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 — 14 October 1915

Sturgeon »av Hbvocate ■ Mbllahed Evcrj Thursday at Sturgeon ay. Wls. - atered In the Poat-ottloe a t Sturgeon Bay. Wls., as second-class matter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year ...........................'..,.$ 1 .5 0 Blx months ......... .75 F our months ................................. .60 Two months .......................................25 Single copies ............: ................ .05 Two dollars will be charged If not paid within the y ear.. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wls., October 14, 1915. According to the statements publish­ ed in the Milwaukee papers there is only one nobleman in th at city. Wo have lots of ’em. That is, if you will take their word for it. This is a time of the year when ev­ erybody should exercise care and watch­ fulness to prevent flre^s. See th a t your chimneys are clean, and be sure th at the rubbish is picked up in the cellar and a ttic before starting the winter furnace fire. According to the statistics given out ' by t...

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 — 14 October 1915

Unclaimed Letters.— - L cttersrcm aining unt'aimed a t tic Sturgeon Bay postoffice for the .week aiding. Octoier 12, arc: G, L. Hall, Jon C. Hasenjayln, Mias Violet Smtib. Docks Flying.— ■ i The cold and stormy weather of the first of the -week caused the ducks to fly southward, many flocks being seen ' passing over the hay on their journey. Buys Sullivan Property.— August Hanson within the week pur­ chased the Thos. Sullivan property a t the southeast corner of Court and Spring streets. The old building there­ on : th a t was damaged by fire last sum' mer, has been rased and it is the' inten­ tion of the owner to erect a new resi­ dence at an early date. Picking Peas.— • Jno. B. Davis has a crew of girls picking over peas in his seed house on Cottage street. The first consignment of the crop raised out in Idaho was re­ ceived a couple of weeks ago, consist­ ing of about 3,800 bushels, and when • this is finished there will be more to fol­ low. There will he work for a crew...

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 — 14 October 1915

(Continued' from First Page.) . The steamer Brazil, .last week cleared from Sheboygan, for FortW illiam s, Cftn- ‘ada, to load grain for Buffalo, N. Y. She receives 0 cents a bushel for the grain, which gives her a freight of $6,000. The steamer Maryland wns also one of the lucky ones to get a bite of this pie, she receiving $9,000 for enrry- i ing a load to the same port, The Great Lakes Towing Co., were the lowest bidders for raising the steam­ er Western Star, whose price was $58,- ,500. While the contract for doing tlio work has not yet 'been closed it is be­ lieved it will be approved by the under­ writers and the successful bidders given the job. This is the highest price, paid for a wrecking job for many years. The barge Tuxbury, consort of the eteamer Sawyer, had a thrilling exper­ ience on Lake Superior orr October 3d, when she broke away from the steamer. The crew battled w ith'the elements all night and finally succeeded in running the barge in the shelter of the Apos...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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