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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 November 1915

THE STUKQEOM BAY 4DV0JATR, N0VKMBER ir, W15. ■ ,,,“ 1 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ — ■ --- ' »- r- •\" --■••-• •*** 9A8&. • , _ . ■* Arthur Tewelea' within the week’ purj chased the Louis Reichel house located on upper Cottage street. Lodge. Meetings.— f Members of the Mystic Workers ara requested to attend the meeting of the r lodge to be held on Monday evening , next, as there is important business to transact. ' ■•\"'v''- / ■ /Boiler Arrives.— The new boiler for the electric light plant .arrived Wednesday morning, af­ ter being just one -w e6k’ on the way. Preparations were a t once made to in-J stall it in the plant. Low Water.— During the past week the water in the bay has been the lowest since, early last spring, causing no end of trouble and annoyance to small boat owners with houses along the shore. Unclaimed Letters.— Letters remaining a t the , Sturgeon Bay postoffice unclaimed for the week ending November 3, are: C. H. H ast­ ings, L. W. Arnold, Gerald Walsh, ...

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 — 11 November 1915

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 11, 1915. GATHERING FISH SPAWN. HOW THIS IS PERFORMED UNDER THE DIRESTIONS OF EMPLOY­ ES OF STATE FISHERIES. GERMAN CAMPAIGN SUCCESSFUL/ NUMBER OF EGGS TO THE QUART. Care of Eggs After They Reach the Hatcheries—Percentage of Fry Greater Than When Left on Spawning Grounds. Supt. Kevins of the state conserva­ tion commission gives the following de­ scription of the manner in which the fish eggs are procured and handled be- ‘fore and after reaching the hatcheries, which will- be of interest to our read­ ers, inasmuch os we have a hatchery lo­ cated within our midst and the fact that this is the season of the year when these industries of the state are work­ ing over-time looking after the propa­ gation of the fish eggs:. After the eggs are taken from the fish they require special care in packing, etc., for the trip to the hatchery, where . they are to be hatched. Some. of them are sent hundreds of miles. For trans­ porting the eggs 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 — 11 November 1915

§= All |thia had occupied scarcely half an hoar. But to Gigi Campello, shut up in the watdrobe, yet hearing all th a t pass- ed below, it seemed air. age. A t last Nina came up, opened the door, and said, in a low voice: “You must get out of the window—go, for Heaven’s sake!” .. Terrified though he was, Gigi gave a thought to the arrangement of his uni­ form, while Nina opened the window and hung out the half of a piece of coarso cloth, holding the middle firmly with both hands, and bearing the whole weight of her body on the other end. Gigi got up into the window, grasped the cloth, and swung himself lightly and noiselessly to the ground.' The night was dark and cloudy, the sea bellowed against the rocks, and the wind whistled- through the pines on the cliff. Nina stood ntv the window, her eyes fixed on the darkness, heart beat­ ing, ear intent, until the faint sound of Gigi’s footsteps was lost amid the roar­ ing of the waves and the whistling of the wind. Then she closed the ...

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 — 11 November 1915

^ *m Ki K iiSiS y vTx ^. WHZOX O M I W M X BPT? There w ere tw o little kittens, a black and a gray. And grandm am m a said, w ith a frow n: . “I t never w ill do to keep them b o th .. The. black one w e'd b etter ' drown.” \"Don’t cry, my dear,” to tiny Bess, “One kitten’s enough to keep: Now run to nurse, fo r ’tls -grow ing la te A nd, tim e you were fa s t asleep.’’ T h e : m orrow dawned, and rosy and sw eet ■ Came little B ess from h er nap T he .nurse said, \"Go Into m am m a’s room And look In grandm a's lop.” said grandm am m a, w ith w here she “Come - here.’: a smile, F rom th e.ro ck in g chair sat \"God has sent you tw o little sisters. Now, w hat do you think of th a t!’* Bess, looked a t th e babes a moment, W ith’ their- wee heads, yellow and , brown, • . . , And ’ then to grandm am m a soberly ' said, ■ \"W hich one are you going to drow n?” j&lcftcd ptettNntut. ra illM is^ T O R Y . A MYSTERY OF TftE SEA. , A night or so ago, after toiling a t the pen. unt...

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 — 11 November 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 11, 1915, PAGE NINE CAKE OF DAIRY CALVES, \"■The Production of a Profitable Cow De­ pends Largely Upon the Methods of Handling the Calf. Careful attention on the part of a dairyman during the -two weeks th at follow a calf’s b h th will often mean the ultim ate addition to his herd of a large, well-developed milking cow, in­ stead of a sickly, undersized, stunted animal. The problem of raising calves is today a mote ■ complicated one than when it was customary to feed d lar­ ger amount of whole milk. The dairy­ man will therefore find to his advan­ tage to take the best possible care of his calves from the very beginning. Immediately after birth the navel' of the calf should be washed with an anti-, septio solution and tied with a silk thread in order to prevent infection. For the first feed the calf should have the first milk from the cow after calv­ ing and should have it’s'- mother’s milk for several feeds thereafter. The soon­ er th...

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 — 11 November 1915

} * \\ f ' PAGE TEN THg' ST01*GE0% BAY A J V O C A T ^O ^iiA MIS. ^ soo Mackinaws! We\" are the only store in the city who sell the Genuine Soo Clothes. They He best clothes made. Men’s Soo Mackinaws $7.0016 $9.00 Boys’ Soo Mankinaws $5.00 to $6.00 J Stag P ants.. * . . . . . . . . $3150 J Long Pants . . . . ....$ 2 .7 5 to $4:50 Stag Shirts ---------$3.50 W e Also Have Other Lines of Mackinaws ^ Men’s . . . . Boys’. . . . . Stag Pants Stag Shirts have the Soo and the other is more than any other store $2.00 to $9.00 ^i«fW ......$ 2 ,9 5 t o $5.00/ . . . . . . . . . . . $3.00 ........... . . . . . $ 3 . 0 0 W e Give Green Stamps W e Give Profit Sharing Tickets v v County News HORSESHOE BAY. There are about fifty cords, of wood lying at this point that was gotten out . by the late Joseph Lemere before his death It is understood that the es* tiate has tried to get rid of the stock, but without avail., Capt. Ed. Anderson who operates the . gasoline launch Arbutus for the U. F. Co., co...

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 — 18 November 1915

• ESTABLISHED ' /4th Year sA VOL. 54 NO. 34 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1915. $1.50 A Y E A ftg ’ ' . . .... . , : f e f e f e t h b a '. v t t Starlight Pounders Friday The gasoline freighter Starlight, Capt. Sam Christiansen, was destroyed-by fire and waves on Friday, according to a dispatch from. Menpihinee to one. of .the Milwaukee papers. The vessel had been loaded with pro­ ducts of the farm a t Sister Bay, the cargo consisting. of potatoes, grain, ap- pies and hay, /and left port for Mari­ nette, Wjs , across the big bay. She had passed Chambers island some distance and was only about ten miles from her destination when, a fire was discovered in. her hay cargo. A high \"wind- from the ■NW/ fanned the flames into a roaring furnace of heat, driving the crew of three men to the lifeboat. T he schoon er had been run for Chambers ' island when it was found th at the cargo was on fire, and by the time they were driv­ en from the'boat they were only a few miles f...

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 — 18 November 1915

£tu?6eoh£a? advocate .Published E very T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. ■ ■ atered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: On« year ............................... Six m onths ■................ 75 Four- m onths .............................................. .50 T iro m onths ......................................... • 25 Single copies ......................................... -o® Two dollars w ill bo charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. Sturgeon Bay, W is., November 18, 15)15. HOT SO MUCH THE CHANGE AS THE METHOD. In anotlmr column of today’s paper is a 'le t te r from the Wisconsin Conserva­ tion commission which attem pts to de­ fend its audacity in nullifying a law which was of considerable interest to Door county, w ithout so much as sav­ ing, “by your leave” to either our resi­ dents or their representatives in the leg­ islature. We have no quarrel w ith the commission about p...

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 — 18 November 1915

The Crystal Theatre Opens Under the New Management BURNS & FRASER Our opening program to­ night (Thursday) consists of Myrtle Tannehill in the \"Barnstormers\" a 4-Act Broadway Favorite. Also an Essany Comedy, the \"Drug Clerk\" ■ Friday A Two-Reel Selig Drama “ The Way o f a Woman’s Heart” 1-Reel Biograph “ The Strati* gor In the Valley” 1-Reel Vitagrapb “ 4 City Rube” 1-Reel Gomedy “ Ham and Bud”, Ham and the Experiment. Saturday BROADWAY STAR FEATURE “ The City Tigress” pro­ duced by the Vita. Go. presenting Deo Delaney, Julia Swayne Gor­ don. Zena Aleefe, Garry McGarry, Gatherine Franek, Bobby Gonnelly. Vitagraph “ The Good in the W orst of Us” Comedy Vitagraph itMrSa Jarr and the Society Circus” Sunday An Essanny Feature in Three Acts “ Caught” presenting Edna Mayo and Bryant Washburn. l-R eel Vitagraph “ The Ward* robe Woman” Selig—A Jungle Zoo Gomedy. The Awful Adventures of an Avia­ tor. Music will be furnished by the Squier Orchestra. Admission 5 & 10 Cts. By ...

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 — 18 November 1915

t • r - THE STURGEONBAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER is, 1915. i FAGETHRSK in G.' T. .Wyckoff, proprietor o f the cel­ ebrated “horseless farm,” a t Crivitz, lias completed harvesting his potato crop. H e took out the “spuds” a t the rate of ■ 700 bushels per day w ith his tractor: Copt. Charles C. Miller, 82 years old, 'me,’o f the old sailing masters of Lake Michigan and a resident of Kenosha for ’ many years «died last week at the home of his son,\" Frank Miller a t Kalis- p ell, Mont. The body w ill be brought to Kenosha for burial. Anton -Mehl, former mayor and coun­ t y treasurer of, Wausau, died “ sudden­ ly Sunday afternoon while attending a m eeting of the German war veterans here. After greeting his comrades he sa t in a chair and in a few minutes top­ pled over dead. Richard Miller, and W illiam Billinos- k i, tw o of the “polka dot” bandits who have terrorized Milwaukee saloon men by their daring hold ups during the last few . weeks, were sentenced to serve 30 years in 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 — 18 November 1915

1 Jf V S f ^ iA V - THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 18, 1015* - ■ ~ PAGE THREE Kill Quota of Deer.— ' i ' Chas. Pisha and Joseph Ferris killed their quota of deer, the animals'having - been shipped home, arriving on Wed-* ■ ' nesday morning. - Unclaimed Letters.—■ Letters remaining unclaimed a t the Sturgeon Bay postoffice for the week ending Ifovember' 15/ are: Miss Lydia Eastmann, Miss Grace M artin, Matthew Riley. „ Kills a Wolf.— Louis Werkheiser on Tuesday killed a wolf in the town of Sevastopol, pre­ senting the scalp a t the county clerk’s office on the same day for,collection of the bounty Store Closes.— • The People’s Store was closed on Mon­ day morning during the funeral of the late Mrs.1 Frank ^Bam liardt out of re­ spect for the deceased’s husband, who is a stockholder in the company. Ladiesf Night a t Peninsula Club.— Ladies’ night a t -the Peninsula club was well attended on Tuesday and the Noelck & Pauss orchestra enlivened the occasion with some exc...

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 — 18 November 1915

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, J^V e MBER 18, 1915. Personal Items Miss Emma Helm lias moved into the Mrs. Mary Duus house on Spring street Richard Noclck spent several days a t Chicn$ft^the first of the week on busi­ ness. ' -a\\ , i Mrs.\")?-. C. Dana returned home Wed- liesday evening from a visit at her old l&me in Kilbourn, Wis. ‘ . Mrs. forma Thorp Little of Mtot, N. D., arrived here the latter part of the week to visit with relatives and friends Moulton Goff on Wednesday took his de parture for Menominee to take in the potato Show held in that city the past week. . Mrs. Erie. Houle returned home Sun day evening from Kewaunee, where she spent a couple of weeks visiting rela­ tives. Mr. anil Mrs. George Bassford of A1 goma spent the week end visiting witl relatives and friends here, rctu'rninj home Monday morning. The family of Postmaster H. A. Wage ner was increased by the arrival oi a baby girl on Wednesday night of last week, November 10. John Pleytc and family wt...

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 — 18 November 1915

tAGE SIX THE STURGEON. BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 15, 191S, J, ELECTED COUNTY HIGHWAY COM­ MISSIONER ON TUESDAY ON FIRST FORMAL BALLOT. Some Interesting Reports Read From County Superintendent of Schools and Mighway Commissioner—Board Places a Bounty on Crows. The report of the.Door County Fair association, presented to i’lie 'board shows that thee was a deficit of $300.98 a t the conclusion of the fair this year. This added to the outstanding bills of last year and the improvements made on the grounds amounting to $445 for a horse barn, makes the total deficit $1,- 1S1.18. The board of directors of the fair ask th at $1 ,0 0 0 be appropriated to wipe out this deficit. Following ia the itemized report of Secretary Greaves: DISBURSEMENTS. Balance overdrawn 1914 ...........$ 70.42 Races and free amusements . . . 1695.00 Clerks and S e c r c .................... 372.00 Premiums ..................................... 1555.75 Improvements ............................. 1474.22 Judges ...........

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 — 18 November 1915

ssoBSBVsmr. Ton love my soul? I t may. be so But answer me, and speak the truth: ,'W hat spark can kindle passion’s glow Apart, from youth? I f I w ere changed by tim e ,and care, .• Grown old, and sorrow-w ise, and cold. W ith sliver gleam ing from m y h air . In place o f gold. » ■ A nd all th is lovely outw ard m ask Of bloom and freshness laid aside, T h e w hile m y soul, by toil and ta sk Thrice purified, S tro ng In her Im m ortality, Made beau tifu l by love and tru st, Eager, as prisoned bird, to flee H er house of dust,— O you—would you come sighing still. In hope and fear, h ea rt-g ifts to bring? : A m aster kneeling to my will, A serv an t who would fain be king? And would you covet day by day My lig h test word, and look, touch? • Ah, friend, forgive me if I say, I doubt i t much! —M ary Ainge De Vere. and j t a p § 0011. TO LET—A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE. BY AMY B A N D O L P n Nine o’clock of a lovely April morning, with the air breathing soft scents of budding grass ...

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 — 18 November 1915

IS* I ' i r. \" . i v . * * r ^ ^ ? ’ ( ~ * **jkfi'. i J ' , TO A U TLB . The following verses were composed by Mrs, Annie R. Tufts, whose family formerly lived in Clay Banks, this coun­ ty. The subject Is a mammoth maple tree which is known and admired by-all who are in that part of Oregon. The tree stands close to the river bank on what was a part of the Rhiniarson Do­ nation Land-Claim, granted by the gov­ ernment to first settlers. Mrs. Tuft’s home is a part of this land grant and their deed to the land bears President Lincoln’s signature. Editor’s Note. Painted by Autumn suns, washed in the rain. Old tree, thy leaves are drifting down again: And ankle deep they lie, fragrant and sweet Luxurious carpet for the passing feet. Wooed by the western winds, still drift­ ing down Come silent tokens from thy glorious crown That crown of Oregon gold and Emerald green. (My crown has faded to a silvery sheen.) In spring, when all these leaves were tender, sweet. They formed an ample sc...

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 — 18 November 1915

m anil V' \\ 18, IMS* 4 « BO XT HOW. I f •W ith'pleasure you are viewing any w ork a man. 1b doing, •. -. If. you like him o r love him, tell .him -:X now Don’t w ithhold your, approbation till the . : parson m ake oration Ab he lies w ith snow y lilies o’e r his brow 1. /■''!!, F o r no m a tte r how you shout it, he 1. won’t really care about it H e won’t know how m any te ar drops you have Shed I f you think som e praise is due hijn. now’s the tim e to slip i t to him , F o r he can n o t read h is tom bstone w hen he's dead! M ore than fam e and more th an money isv the cottim ent kind and sunhy. And th e hearty, w arm ap p ro v al' of a • friend, ' F o r i t gives to life a savor, and .it . m akes you stronger, braver, ■ A nd it gives you h ea rt and sp irit to the end I f he earns your praise—bestow it if you like him, le t him know It .'. L e t the w ords o f tru e encouragem ent be siid : Do n ot w ait till life is over and he's underneath th e clover. F o r he can not ...

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 — 25 November 1915

To New Subscribers: TheAdvocateFrom Now Uijtil Jan. 1, 1917, ESTABLISHED VOL. 54 NO. 35 STURGEON BAY, W1S., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1915. U K E I M E R Saugatuck in Port. The steamer Saugatuck, Capt. Clias. NjeCauley, was in port Sunday, having brought over a lot of freight from the west Bhore of Green bay and having a good load on the return trip. The Saugatuck is owned1by the Esca- naba and Garden Bay Transportation Co., of which Capt. McCauley and a . Mr. McCleary are the principal • owners. This will ibe the only trip of the craft here this fall, but she will run between Escanaba and east shore points as long as the ice will permit her. Capt. Mc­ Cauley says that his company will put a boat on tfiis run next spring,' and en­ gage in the passenger and freight busi­ ness on Green bay. Capt. McCauley is well known ire this vicinity having formerly sailed the steamer'Maywood. ' . • ■ Fiorgyn Finishes Cruise. A former Sturgeon Bay boy, Thos. Thorkilson, has the distinction of bei...

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 — 25 November 1915

RAGE TWO ■SS THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 25, 1915. „ «* Sturgeon advocate Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. , Sntered tn the Post-office at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year . . . ....... 11.60 . Bix months ............. 76 P our months ............................... 50 Two mOnthB ................. 25 Single copies . .............................. .05 . Two dollars will be charged If not -gold within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 25, 1915. Not lmving seen the picture1of Mrs. iGalt. in the papers for the past week the public lias begun to wonder wheth­ er the engagement has'been called off. There has been 227 people killed by autos in Chicago during the past eleven months. Many of these lives could have been saved by exercising a little care on the part of the drivers, Rigid en­ forcement of the laws passed to regu­ la te 'th e auto driver, Would go a long wayvto assisting...

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 — 25 November 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 25, 1915. PAGE THREE IBNALonly ATTORNEY GENERAL OWEN GIVES HIS VIEWS ON THE CHANGE : OF BUCK LAW IN DOOR COUNTY. Does Not Believe Change Illegal. Answers Letter of Assemblyman F. S. Hanson a t Length on This Most Interesting Subject. A move is on foot by some of the residents of the northern part of the county to test the constitutionality of the famous “buck” , la,w as it effects Door county. W hether or not the law is constitutional makes no'difference as far as the hunting as concerned this fall, as. the season will be closed before it can be decided , but our people do not pro­ pose to have a petty official override their wishes and get away with it. There has been some criticism of As­ semblyman Hanson, as to what he was doing when -this legislation was put over but we wish to assure our read­ ers th at he was “on the job,” and it was impossible for him or anyone else to tell what had been done, the way the .deal was worked. - Mt. Hanson s...

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 — 25 November 1915

PAGE FOUR THE STURGEblf BAY ADVOCATE, NO^EMBE^ 25, 1915. Personal Items Miss l'rancis Magee of Oconto is visit­ ing at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Barnhart^ the. guest of Mrs. Clayton Graef. fe ,! ' Joe Peyers and Fast us Arnold will mrive^tjdq evening from West Allis to T^i^end days visiting with their rel- ^tivfes. £ j . Ajmholi^ Merrier of Beloit, Wis., lias visiting among relatives and * ^m ends' here for tlie past week or ten days. • i Mrs. Severt Solway went to Green .Bay on Wednesday, Adhere she, will ^ spend Thanksgiving with her ' sister, | Mrs. Cofrin. , j , ' ’ Dr. A. J. Gorden last week fdbk his ' departure for San Francisco, Oal., where ) lie will spend? several weeks visiting rel- ativcs and. sight-seeing. • S Miss Jennie Eatough was in the pity Monday while on her way to Mnnito- woe and. Milwaukee to spend a few e v days with friends and relatives. Drs. H. C. Huff and H. F. Hilton and ,Frank J. Stroh returned home Tuesday, '\"dvening froih their deer hunting expe...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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