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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 October 1915

THE STUH6E0R $AT,v ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 28,-1915. TTnclaimedietters.—- Letters remaining a t the Sturgeon B aypostofficefor the week ending Oe- , tober 26, axe:' Jack E. Rhodes, Julius H itt, Mrs. C. L. Fitch, Miss L. Jessie Sprecker, Chas. J. Thomas, Miss Tillie Moore.' Building an Ice House.— The H art Transportation Co. is eh' gaged in building an ice house on the dock property north of the bridge. The . structure will be 40x80 feet and the firm will go into the 'business of gelling the commodity next summer. ■ Will Entertain Stockholders.— Jacob Rosenberg,-manager of tlie Peo pie’s Store, will give another get-ac- quainted banquet , to the stockholders and their wives a t the Hotel Union on Monday, November 8th, a t 7 p. m. In ­ vitations will 'be issued in due time containing a program of'the affair. Exchange Pulpits.— Rev. E. F. Helmi'ch on Sunday ex­ changed pulpits with Rev. George Brun­ ner of Daggett, Mich., the latter preach­ ing in the Moravian church here on Sunday, ...

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 — 28 October 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 28, 1915. H IS S W E E T H E A K T 'S N A M E. Oh! would you know the sw eetest rtald T hat e’en drank from the fountain, The fairest-one, the ra re st one In valley o r on m ountain? I f f should tell the secret now You then would know It well, sir B u t. s she's mine, by vows divine, I think I will not tell, sir. . H er eyes aro blue, Of tender hue, And clear as yonder well, sir Though me you blame. H er pretty name I ’ll never, never tell. sir. : S he.Is .a farm er's daughter de-.r. 'A n d trip s am ong the daisies She’s like a dove, my little love, And I w ill sing her praises Though down the rosy, rosy lane To greet me she advances, W ith sm iles so rare, she doth not care To m eet a 's tra n g e r’s glances. H er eyes are blue, Of tender hue. And clear as yonder well, sir Though me you blame, H er pretty name I ’ll never, never tell, sir. My little wildflower bloometh sweet, A far from town or city H er maiden heart is full of love H er soul ...

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 — 28 October 1915

M T W i n m u u T x h e * w a y . ■//!/.-//tV v // ri' ■:• \" : \" I. ■'■■ ■ ■■■•â– -.•.• -■■ My little wife shall have her way, • I -o fte n te ll h e r so F o r s h e h a s b o th th e . w it a n d w ill T o ch o o se th e r ig h t I knotV. • A n d i f so m e tim e s s h e ch o o ses w ro n g , - S h e 's s u re th e f a u lt to find, A n d te ll m e in a little w h ile— . “M y d e a r, I'v e c h a n g ed m y m in d !’* ■ / ■■ r i/v 'v ■■ I I. ■ , . S h e sa id to m e th e o th q r d a y — “I ’m r e a lly in d istre s s , . I c a n n o t \"show m y se lf a g a in 1 W ith o u t a n ew s ilk d ress. T o d ay , 1' sa w su c h lo y ely s u its , I felt juBt like a fright!\" - I sa id , ‘‘g o b u y th e v e ry b e st, Y ou a lw a y s d o w h a t’s r ig h t.” nr. ■ : '' • In s te a d o f t h a t s h e c h a n g ed h e r m ind, A nd sa id , to m y s u rp rise : \"W h y sh o u ld I sp e n d o u r m oney, dear, F o r o th e r p eo p le's eyes— . T h is d...

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 — 28 October 1915

V • \\ , THE STURGEON BAIT ADVOCATE, THE T WO BAMUBEB. T w o B a rre ls ih a d e .o n e s u m m e r day, A journey on a public way Together. One, with sugar full, (Which made his motion rather dull,) Went slow and still along the road. Panting a little with his load, And fearful lest some stone or block Might give his staves a fatal shock. The other empty—sooth to tell— A noisy, showy, hollow shell. Retarded by no Inward weight, Proceeded at a rapid rate Hltlng, at times, along the way, , Or-running back, in merry play. To hall her comrade in the rear With saucy jest and mocking Jeer, fils looks, as he went dashing by, Might please, perhaps, the careless eye But to the quick, observant ear, fils perfect emptiness was clear. The travelers arrived in town, One laid his costly treasure down Before the public which he serves. And gets the credit he deserves, The other gets—but well we know What praises men on fops bestow The empty Barrel justly gains But empty honors for his pains! Mora...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 October 1915

r ' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 2$, 1915. ' . v : . 4 » ::» T g » a r a H f t M a i . ■ ■ ■ Am some .till Eve, sere-bearded Autumn . stands Glorious among his summer-ripened sheaves, .■■ Crowned with the full fruition of the .■■■. year When In the golden hush no breath or breeze ■ ■ Ripples the quiet of the ses, or stirs The glowing picture of the painted Woods, While in unclouded skies the large full moon Hangs white and luminous, as the mighty shield Of God’s Arcl'-ngel, guarding the . young Night. So stands the aged Christian, clothed : serene W ith the sweet peace that cometh after toil, The sliver harvest of his fruitful years Crowning the honorable furrows of his brow W ith solemn lustre. • Lo, his withered hands Are' weary grown a t last his goodly works Have yielded him tenfold of righteous Bain, For long about the Master’s pleasant fields \" ’ , He with a patient Industry hath gone, Plucking the tares from out the golden grain, And propping her...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 October 1915

County News BAILEYS HARBOR Dr. Forrand of Sturgeon Bay did denial work here last Wednesday. Miss Kellie' Robertson entertained the Ladies’ Aid at her home Thursday aftcrhidif.3 Dr. Kgeland of Sturgeon Bay passed through towp. last Monday on a profes­ sional trip. ‘ ’ O ' Miss Regina Mueller of Forcstville visited with'ber sister Mrs. Win. Root last Sunday. v , Mr. and Mrs. Win. Johnson spent the former part of the week with relatives a t t^je. county sent. \" ,Mr. and Mrs. Win. Struck and son llonald of Brussels wisitcd with Mr. and'Mrs. Andrew Zak last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenberg, Mrs. T. A. Egan and Mrs. A. II. Chandler of Stur­ geon Bov spent a few hours here last Thursday. ’ Ernest Anclam is making considerable improvements on the place he purchas­ ed from Wm. Freeze Inst spring. Quite an addition to the town. A Hallow’een ball will be given at Au- gust Schram’s hall Friday evening by the Country Improvement club. A good time is assured to all. The Mission festival give...

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 — 4 November 1915

Now Until Jan. 1, 1917, ' : ' _ / N U p f t f ' “ * • * ' Sjil&kW ' ~ \\&h? - b v “ ^ a ESTABLISHED « | ^ r r- v * v a - ! .•- j - . 54th Year * ' \" ' - f - r . ' • “»' VOL. 54 NO. 32 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1915. — • ' A Vv-y''.' v .Carpt/Raleigh Dies, Captain John C .: Raleigh died a t the Herirotin hospital, Chicago, Monday ev­ ening, October 25, following ait oper­ ation. . He and his wife had . gone to Chicago several weeks ago to visit their son Ray and family ,.hnd ‘ while there •• th e captain decided to undergo an op-* / eration for an ailm ent - which had been : troubling him for’ some time. .His con­ dition was . serious from the first and this good friend gradually sank till death claimed him. The funeral will be held on Thursday afternoon a t 1 o’clock from the home a t Yorkville, in- S. iefm ent a t Oswego. Captain John Conway Raleigh was borhv a t Buffalo, New York,, in May, 1845. While a young man he took up sailing on the lakes and fo...

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 — 4 November 1915

s? Sturflcon ttap HDvocatc E v e r^ u r tr ia y Snterod In the P08t*9®flc6 at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year ............................... 1.60 SUt m onths ................................... .75 Four months ......................... .60 Two months .............................................25 81ngle copies' ........... 06 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. perform, the miracle of Securing viction without any witnesses or cyi- ice to prove the charge. When you hear a man complaining, suggest to th at he swear out seeing th a t he is so familiar with the circumstances, and note his attitude. STURGEON BAY ' I SBWSFOllT! k ^FIPTV VEJ8S AC# j in the state p ro p c tt/o u t of the earnings. Manitowoc cpuncilmen should have some -better politics for their stand., Probably they liavo, but it has not been made public thru the papers other than that the initial cost of the combination i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 November 1915

State News iirBrief C harles Qcrlach, 64’ yeara old,'•M ilwau­ kee, chief engineer o f th e p la n t o f th e Rockwell M anaufacturing com panyftac- cidentally plunged to h is d e a th ' down th e \" e le v a to r sh aft of th e building on T hursday. ,ftftft T he body of M itchell G ristol w as blow n six ty feet in th e a ir and lite r­ a lly 'sm ashed to pieces by a charge o f d y n am ite near N eopit, W hupaca coun­ ty . H e w a s helping b la st stum ps' and w en t b ack-to religh t a fuse thou ght ex­ tinguished, Alvin P urpell, 14 years old, dropped d ead w hile playing basketball a t th e B io high school, Columbia county. H e w as .a freshm an. In th e m idst of th e play , P urpell suddenly collapsed and died soon afterw ards. H eart failure : w as assigned as th e cause of death. Jacob Bender, a farm er living near A rpihi’ W ood county, made th e boast th a t he could raise a beer keg above his shoulders. W hen he had accomplished his feat th e keg slipped, strik in...

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

Personal Items \" Mre.' Rutli Thorpe and daughter Irene : , w itt fricWs a t Algomo Mr. and Mrs. James Missos of Mari- , aetto visited with the Poulos brothers ■ ihiB week. Mrs. Wm. Draeb arrived liero on Mon­ day from Kewaunee to spend a few days ■ with relatives. ' /\"' Mrs. F. Kutzra- took her''departure on Monday for Casco to visit her moth er, who is ill. Mrs. Frank Dresser returned home Monday, evening from Milwaukee after an extended absence. Richard Noelck made a business trip to Chicago within the. week returning home Tuesday evening. Dr. T. A, Egan spent the first of the week on a professional visit in the northern part of the county. Forest McCormick left Monday for Green .Bay, where he will attend the Green Bay Business college. Mrs. John Mndja arrived here Mon­ day evening from Milwaukee to visit .with her mother, Mrs. Driscoll. Word was received here last week an­ nouncing the death of a nine-day old baby of Mrs. Flora-Fax Gullickson. Bernard Hahn arrived here f...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 November 1915

’ ' ' ' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,? Episcopal Services.—' y .' Rev./Horafio GatetLvrilL conduct ser- vie* iq tiie Odd FelbSws ball nexkSun- day a t the usual time. FalseAlarm.—•-/ An alarm of fire was turned in on Monday afternoon during the high wind from the/west, tout fortunately it prov­ ed to be a false call. W. C. T. U. Meeting.-— ' The' W. G. T. U. • Will meet with Mrs. L. P. Nebel on Tuesday afternoon.- “Mother’s Meeting” will he the title of the topic for discussion, which will be lead by Mrs. G. H. Washburn. “Spook Party.”— -• One of the m ost. enjoyable affairs given, during the past week was the ■“Spook Party” at the pprlors,, of the M. E. church on .Friday evening. -There was a large crowd in attendance and the novelty of the affair was much en­ joyed. - Marriage Licenses.— Following are the marriage licenses issued during the past week: Wm. Kath and Elda M. Leanna, Nasewau- pee Victor Londo, city, and Belle Franklin, Sevastopol Emil Deloriet and Odile Wery, Brussel...

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 — 4 November 1915

Marine News tCShttnued from F irs t Page] GENERAt^AW NEITBMS. \\V«n. F. pom m cr assistan t engineer on th e steam er B. F. Jones was operat­ ed upon a t Cleveland: for appendicitis, having been taken ill aboard one day la st’ week. Cpt. Thomas Beggs, m aster of the steam er John A. Donaldson, died a t his home in Cleveland last week after a lengthy illness, having suffered a para-' lytic stroke a year agao. Steam er Pore M arquette No. 3, which has been laid up a t M anistee for the past couple of m onths or more, owing to poor business, has been chartered by t th e Crosby Steam ship company and en­ tered on a run between Grand H aven and Milwaukee. She is in command of Capt. H osic and Chief Engineer Saund Among the Chqrches airm an Lutheran Churon. j. N ex t .Sunday services in Saw yer in the forenoon and in Sevastopol in th e afternoon w ith S. S. a t both places. FKED SCHUMANN, P asto r Congregational Charon. Sunday, Nov. 7: S unday school 10:00 m orning service 11:00, sermo...

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 — 4 November 1915

,* t h k STURGEON BAY AD^OCAT* NOVEMBER 4,1915. vf\\v: n c B H O B T o r u n . O nly th e sam e old story, told In a dif­ feren t e train : S om etim es.a sm ile of gladnesB, and then at1 s ta b .o f’pain ■ • Som etim es a flash o f sunlight, again the ■ V d riftin g rain. Som etim es it seem s to boi-row from the crim son rose its 'h u e . ’ Som etim es black w ith thunder, .then changed to a b rillia n t blue Som etim es a s false a s Satan, som etim es as heaven true. . • . O nly the sam e old story! B u t oh, how th e changes ring! Prophet, and priest, and peasant, .sold­ ier, -n d scholar, and king Som etim es th e w arm est hand-clasp loaves in th e palm a sting. Som etim es in th e hush of even, some­ tim es in the midday strife, Som etim es' w ith • dove-like calm ness, som etim es w ith passion life W e dream it, w rite It, live it, th is weird, w ild sto ry of life. —E. O. Roswall. ptoMiunt. NANCYjs^TiS^T BY U A K Y K Y LE D A LLA S Miss Norman lay a-dying, and Nanc...

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 — 4 November 1915

Getting the Dollar Deepening the Farm For Bigger Crops How Up to Date Farmers Are Easily and Economically Realising The Third Dimension of the Farm an Important Factor to Greater on Land Hitherto Impossible of Cultivation. Crops and Bigger Dividends. A B O U T 400,000,000 acrea o f land included In farm s th ro ugh out th e U n ited S tates a re u nim ­ proved. F igu ring th a t each acre could be m ad e to produce a t le ast -$25 w o rth o f produce per year, there, Is approxim ately $10,000,000,000 pro­ duction being lost annually. Q uite a tidy figure. A nd w hen w e ta k e Into consideration th a t In m any cases It re­ quires only th e rem oval of sundry stum ps and boulders to m ake th is land profitable, it certainly looks as though som ething m igh t be done to save th e w aste. “S tum ping w ith dyn am ite” is both an economical, quick an d labor saving m ethod as w ell as one th a t is grow ing in popularity daily. T he m ethod involved in th e b lasting o f a stum p is...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 November 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 4, 1915. &9xm dtatfott and t e e n t a n s TOV u x n . The' friend, you like .is th e 'frie n d who comes, . To you in a sm iling w ay— ■ W ith a “howdy-do” th a t is ringing true. • ■ . B ut never a w ord to say Of the ills he feels, o r the aches he ! O r th e gloom he' is . passing through W ho gives you a sm ile, and a joke the While, .. And is cheerful, a t least, w ith you. The fr ie n d 'you like is th e 'frie n d who comes. ' . • W hen -you 'r e in deep despair. And g r ip s : your hand in a m anner bland, : W ith a. \"happy-go-lucky” a ir— . »« ho h asn 't a word of advice to give, W hat you ought or ought n o t to do. B u t he slap s your back w ith a sound- , ing w hack . And is cheerful,, a t . least, w ith you. F o r i t is n 't of woes th a t we w ant to hear, . ' N or woes th a t w e'd ta lk about, The road is rough, and there gloom enough W ithout having It pointed out. And all o f us troubles have I. ween. And some of u ...

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 — 4 November 1915

v t ' ’ EPHRAIM. . The fallowing correspondence, . al- {{Hiough riiailcd in 1 Ephraim on Tuesday, failed to reach Sturgeon Bay until Thursday morning too late for public cation last week. ... \\V Mr. and Mrs. W. Winters and little son left?* Wednesday for their home in Tbmah, Wis.j after, a'short visit a t the Jiiraio of H . H o l a n d , Mrs. Holand rind Mrs. l)iiM(i^S'*'bt‘ihg sisters. Mr. W in­ ters belrijfriisfersu. Mr. W inters, who is « railroad i Juan, has been looking up a ■jfew lo t io n - t o . go, into-farm ing and,he h'ppes to se.ftlp down somewhere in this county as rioon* as lie can dispose of ’his holding in Tornah. .'••On. Friday ■ evening, .Oct. 22, a m eet­ ing of the Men’s club -was held .at tlitf home of thel'presidcnt, H. R. Holand. The large-and.beautiful rooms, so -well arranged far {gatherings of this kind, were crowded^ for on this occasion\" the ladies lm d ’also been Invited. The prin­ cipal speaker of the evening was D ist. At-ty.’ T A. Sanderson,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 November 1915

To New SubBcrib^-s: The Aavoca^ Ffom Now UnfSl Jan. l, 1917, for $1.50. ESTABLISHED VOL. 54 NO. 33 STURGEON BAY. WIS.. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER TU 1915. $1.50 A Schooner Hall On and Off. The schooner James Hall, owned by - Sam NeWman of Algoma, came near see­ ing her ‘ finish on Saturday.T he little vessel was loaded with wood, which had been taken aboard, at'Jacksonport, and . was leaving that port when She ran onto the reef that lies off that point. As there was considerable of a sea running 'at-the time, the schooner was in great danger of being wrecked. A gang of men was put aboard to lighter the craft by throwing the cordwood ov­ erboard and a message was sent to the coast guard station at Baileys Harbor aB well as the station at the canal for ssistance. Capt. Gatfield _ and crew left for the scene about 2 o’clock a. m.. arriving at Jacksonport about 4:30. As it was then dark little could be done as the vessel’s ■crew had been taken off 'by the Baileys Harbor coast guard. When da...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 November 1915

JPAGB TWO THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER lV » » . ' , ' / r‘ • • ' srSturaedn sag Hfcvocate *»Mlshed Every^Thu a t Sturgeon U ntered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., us second-class m atter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: O n e ' year ........................................... .$1.60 S ix m onths \"....................................... . .6 F o u r m onths ............ .50 Tw o m onths .......... .25 S ingle copies .............. .05 Two dollars w ill ho charged If not paid w ithin th e year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 11, 1015. I t may be just as well to call your attention to the fact that it ■ is only six short weeks before Christmas. Do your shopping early. I t begins to look as tho Uncle Sam would have to take a hand in tho Mex­ ican mess along the border. Alrendy several Americans have been killed by shells and soldiers slain by bandits. Wilson made nn awful 'bluff at Ger­ many, why not call the Greasers to time? out, except...

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 — 11 November 1915

THE STD8GE0M BAT ADVOCATE, HOVK*BER 11, 1915. PAGE THIUOC r Charles fiarvcy, 17'years’ old, blew off two, toes of one foot w&ile hunting near fibawano. He stood with the gun muz­ zle resting on one foot and in his ex- .citoment over a passing flock of pigeons he pulled the trigger. • ■ ». ■ / Elmer Kirchman, aged 19 years, a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirchman of Rio Creek, Kewaunee county, was severely injured Wednesday while blasting Stumps with dynamite on his father’s 40 acre tract in the town of Casco. confessed alie was jresponsiblfe for ‘the death of her mother the day bfeforc the funeral, but her stoiy was not credited until the contents of the stomach hadj been analyzed. a t Madison. Sin« e' the deat?i of a baby several months ago Mrs. Rafotih has been acting strangely. T. IL Rumscy, vice president of the .First National bank, is dead, and Frank JRus 5e.II, president of the Russell Grove . company arid 6 . A. Subbe, are'seriously - injured Saturday as a result of ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 November 1915

m ' TAGR FOUR - 1 . -THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, ^ ( j V ^ E R it, 1915. Personal Items Bion’t forget the Maceabtie social this afj^rnoon. fflgonf^A. J. Genicsse spent Sunday a( liil fold a omc in Green Bay Visiting relaj| lives. - /' * ■■ iSirs. G. I. E llio tt of Algoma arrived 1^ r& ^ d ^ ^ n o rn in g ‘lto v isit w ith relatives F o P a 'fc w days. ,V?‘ •' •, . ■ M rs. E. C. Thorp of Fish Creek was th e g uest of her sister, M rs. Jam es Belan- g ia during the p ast week. M rs. Edw ard Reynolds leaves this week, for K ansas C ity, Mo., to v isit rel­ atives for a short tim e. / ^ .E:'C. Carrington of Green B ay spent A few days in the city th e first of the week on one of his periodical visits. M iss Lucy W ashburn left Thursday fo r la k e City, M inn., where she w ill v isit w ith the fam ily of Rev. W aller. M rs. R heinhardt of Algoma arrived here on Monday and is visiting a t the home of her daughter, M rs. W m. Barn- hardt. ■ John Ollingcr returned home M onday...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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