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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 November 1915

THE STURGEON BA/?. ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 25, 1915, PAGE FIVE Annual Sale and Supper.— V The ladies of the Congregational church will give/their annual supper and Bale on Thursday, December. 2, to which the public is cordially invited. There will be many pretty and useful things for Christmas gifts. Sends Congratulations.— /The Library board, thru its presi­ dent,-Jno. B. Davis, on Wednesday sent congratulations to Andrew Carnegie on the occasion of his 89th birthday anni­ versary,- which occurs today, the 25th. Woman’s Club Entertainment.— The second entertainment of the course given under the direction of the Woman’s club, was held at the Opera ' house on Tuesday evening, and consist­ ed of “Chalk Talks.” The lecture was much enjoyed by the large audience, as a matter of course. Fire in Cinder Pile.— Owing tp a fire in the cinder pile near the round house of the A. & W. Tailway ’ company, it was necessary to lay hose to drown it out Monday. The railroad company had no pumps tha...

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 — 25 November 1915

PAGE SIX forty ?. T H E BA BY . O h ,'s u re ly it is p lea sa n t, In n fresh, d elicio u s w ay. T o onn ti,o haby loarniriK th in g ev ery day. Some w ord th a t seem ed p ro d ig io u s F o r those young lip s to speak, N ex t w eek is clearly u tte red , T h o u g h h a rd enough la s t w eek! T oday som e p re tty m otion N ew .to. o u r lo v in g eyes Som e fu n n y tric k tom orrow , T h a t fllls u s w ith su rp rise ! A h undred cu n h in g s ig n a ls By w hich w e m ay behold T h a t, J u s t like m an y an o th er, O ur b a b y 's g ro w in g old! And y et, a s tim e s te a ls onw ard, (W hose co u rse m ay re sist!) • W ith pain w e w a tc h o u r d a rlin g F ad e in to m em ory’s m ist! F o r each fre s h g ra in o f know ledge W e see th e d e a r one get. T ak es f u rth e r oft, fo rev er. O ur lovely, h elp less pet! THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER ZS.jigiS. picture of myself th at he painted then, tanker I have yet. I tvill give it to you, Ro­ sine, one of ...

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 — 25 November 1915

25 , 1 9 J 5 , . / 'i ■ ^ ’ Fios onrnt Spring has Its tender, Broiling Hope, Ita hints of radiant bloom / V And mimmer casts & horoscope- 1 . In irweet,. star-haunted gloom B ut neither spring nor summer. fills My heart with old ecstatic thrills. ■Keen winter w ith Its turquoise skies, ■ Its frosty, sparkling a irs,, Its- bold, harmonious voice that cries Health to the world’s1 despairs, cits'rob ust will, its hardy sense v .Of life and Joyous recompense— . ?Ihls is the lever of the soul. . . This is the wild: ardent w ill ■T hat fashions man to such a whole _ As faith m ight have him still, That guides the blood-stream o f his life ■ Along the shadowy trails of strife. 'Winter of ice, and sleet, and snow,- . Of gray,' unflowering earth. Yet singing through the winds that blow Their large tempestuous mirth, ■For me it has a heart of fire XJnquenched and deathless as desire. A Grumbler Converted : ■ A T hanksgiving Experience ‘‘Looks like it. w ill be a fine day, Si...

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 — 25 November 1915

PAGE EIGHT V •___________________ ^ __________t ^ e stu r g e o n ond, who hung to the ship’s rudder, was fore the latter had tim e to cry out and , A Collision, arma ™nrP»l«i *tv, rh»n -nrajf tJ. m r m m e e m v t m v t w PIAY AKS EABOT3BT. Over dewy hill and lea : Merrily 1 Rushed a mad-cap breeze at play, And the daisies, like the bright Stars at night, Danced and twinkled, in Its way. Now, a tree 'called to the breeze:, \"Little breeze, Will you come and have a play?” And the wind upon Its way Stopped to play. Then the leaves, with sudden shiver, Sudden quiver, Met the light Mad-cap breeze W ith delight. Presently the breeze grew stronger, For it cared to play no longer. Soft flung the limbs about, . And it tossed the leaves In rout, Till It roared, as though with thunder. ond, who hung to the ship’s rudder, was picked o ff‘a moment later. Whatever came handy was hurled overboard to frighten the shark away from his sec­ ond victim, but lie could not uhe-turned aside. This ...

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 — 25 November 1915

THE STUBQEOK BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 25, 1915. p a g e in ic s jftrin and §omt. V.OKJ B A D X K N O W S . If. I had though t so soon she would have died. H e said, I had been tenderer in my speech. I had a m om ent lingered a t h e r side,. ■ And held her ere she passed beyond my reach. I f I had thought so soon she would have died. T h a t day she looked up w ith her s ta rt­ led eyes. Like some h u rt creatu re w here the woods are deep, W ith kisses I had stilled those break­ ing sighs. W ith kisses closed those eyelids into sleep, T h a t day she looked up w ith her s ta rt­ led eyes. Oh! had I known she would have died so soon. Love had not w asted on a b arren land. Love like those rivers under torrid noon L ost on the desert, poured o ut on the sand— Oh! had I known she would have died so soon! —H arriet E rescott Spoftord. TO MAKE DAIRYING PAY. Some Factors That Are Important.- On some farms dairying pays. On other farms it is difficult to determine whether it pays or n...

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 — 25 November 1915

'K: ’I c V'i r *AGE TEIf ' • • (Official publication] , REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF Merchants’ Exchange Bank located a t S turgeon Bay, S ta te o t ' W isconsin At th e close .of business on th e lOth d ay of NOY- 1915, puVeuant 'to &U|. b y . Iho Commissioner of Banking. -' j / . U' ’ \" J y W ' ' ' -i-' | I • RBSOUBCKS : /' Loan* and discounts....... ..-O v e rd r a fts ........................ IfenMnfr Hdtlso.-: Fprnitfcno ynd F ixtures ... . O th er Risvl! E state Owned . . Duo from ’ Approved Rescrvo B anks.... . Exchangea fo r Clcnring H ouse............ 'G ash on H a n d ....................................... .. . . Insurance P rem ium s................................. 15,000 00 - 4,872 60 076 00 47,237 69 335 02 13,636 81 2.428 05 O h t a K i V . , . . . .............. ...*423,198 69 » ' ~-*?3fcsV ■J'.'- HaBILITIKS ................... '..* 50.000 00 __________ ... 12,500 00 m . . . . - ......... 5,352 07 fs S ubject to Cheek... 81,076 27 ites of D eposit 8160 jof D e...

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 December 1915

r- ^ ,\\}{ Advocate is the Official Paper of Both City County T im . / 54th r X ESTABLISHED )-§ at* ^TCJRGEQN BAY, WiS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1915. VOL. 54 NO. 36 HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE bound to- a west shore port for cargo, leaving here in time Monday morning to start loading a t . the usual hour Mi}« BOAT} OWNERS SHOULD ORGANIZE The proyisionsof the Seamen's law are particularly burdensome-tci the.own- erS of -small boats, th at have’ been/op­ erating w ith 'a single crew on runs of thirteen hours a day or less. In nuiny eases . boats that . have been operated Very .satisfactorily with .six or seven men will now be obliged to carry a crew of \"twelve or fourteen men. This taken with the deck space that must be de­ voted to : their . slcepipg and dining quarters, reducing freight capacity and the reduced . numlber of * passengers al­ lowed will make it impossible in most bases to run such hoats at a profit, and practically destroy the investment. It will also leave many small...

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 — 2 December 1915

*u Sturaeon advocate Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. ■ - A ltered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon ■ Bay, Wis., as second-class m a tte r.- RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year ..............................................*1.50. BIx m onths ...................... Jo Four m onths .................... ■•ou Tw o m onths ................ .26 Angle copies ................. .05 Tw o dollars will be charged if not #atd w ithin the year. one would smother these troublesome individuals, who- never do anything themselves and throw slur* and law n insinuations a t others who are trying to do something for the community. II ensy to criticise but not so e.i *y to improve on what others perform. VVlut. wanted is suggestions, not criticism. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis.. December 2, 1915. Kenosha county appropriated -Si,500 with which to try out the widow’s pen­ sion act. There is lots of money spent more ftolid ilr than this.' Think of it. Only three mor...

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 — 2 December 1915

JTHB STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE.DECEMBER 2, 19JJ. PAGE THREW in ■t»o firemen were overcome by gas fumes and smoke, and damage to ex­ te n t of |20,000 was caused by fire of un­ known origin a t , the Gutsch Brewing ctijnpany’s plant a t Sheboygan last fiw k . The loss is covered by insure Mr. and Mrs M att. Seidenglanz of Kewaunee celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on November 21. They have been residents of the county in which they live nearly 50 years, having emi­ grated to th is, country and locating there the spring after they were m ar­ ried in Bohemia. 7 , The first arrests in the state for vio­ lation, of the buck law were made in M arinette county. Harry Nash, a young farmer of Peshtigo, was fined $25 and costs for killing a doe. Elmer Peters of Milwaukee was arrested a t Florence, for a .similar offense. Two Italians were ar- ■ retted a t Florence for hunting without a license. They were from Michigan and paid $125 in fines and costs. A mania for gambling, the p...

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 — 2 December 1915

w *HE STURGEON r-rn v v v ’ • : ........ jii iiTii ii i i i n m i ii n t Personal Miss^ ^Evelyn fitiniillara left l^veSdiiy for Grech' bay to visit hor sister, Mrs, Clarence O'Brien. ' / Henry Starr, chairman of the Village of Sister Bay, was in the city o!r lbnsi» ness Wednesday. Mrs. JTin. Bassford left Tifosday for Rhinelander Wis., to visit her daughter Alrs.xVrehieKimber. • ‘ Miss Stella Meyer of Kewaunee a r­ rived here Sunday night and is visiting a t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. IIoulc: Mrs. Bert LeClnir returned to her home a t Jaeksonport on- f'riday after spending about a week a t her old home here. Richard McLaughlin returned home M o n d a y evening after spending the past summer sailing on the steamer Fron- tenhc. Mrs. G. T. McDonald and daughter Regina of Algoma arrived here Tuesday morning to visit her mother, Mrs. J a ­ cob, Jacobs. . . ■ Joseph Whiter went to Milwaukee on Friday morning on- iv^business trip in the interests of the firm of which he is a. member...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 December 1915

THE STURGEON . BAY ADVOCATE, I DECEMBER 2,1915. ■ u i i , RAGE M W * i The Charity Ball.— . - . j r j The annual Charity lMfir'will be given by the Woman’s club on . Tuesday,’. De­ cember 28. ' Engage y o u rp a rtn e rs for the event. Newly Elected badge Officers.— . This is the month when uew^ffieers. are eleeted in aUthelodgesandseeretar- iea are requested to send in the list either by telephone or postal. Christmas Coming.— Only, three (more weeks until Christ­ mas. Have you selected ydjte presents y et? The same week is wheii the tax collection begins. Two' annual events th a t are looking-forward to with pleas­ ure (?) '• Sells Gillespie Block.— J. C. Dana this week disposed of the . Gillespie block to. J. P. Dolan of Chi­ cago, the consideration being $5,250. ■ The lower floor of the building is occu­ pied by Roulos Bros, candy kitchen and the upper rooms by tenants. In County Court.— The only m atter ' before the count/ Court a t the-special session held Tuesday was...

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 — 2 December 1915

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 2, 1919. By Amy Randolph “So you really think you like , this young Spanish-eyed clerk of mine!” said Mr. Truefit Tressiliair to his daughter. , “He is very handsome, papa.” “Yes,” said Air. Tressilian, thought­ fully, “and he has some very good ideas about the banking business too. I don't know th a t I exactly disapprove of his suit.j th at is, if he pleaseB you, child.” For Marion Tressilian had been in­ dulged all her life, and now that she had fallen in love her father would fain have given her the wished for husband, ju st as he would have purchased her a set of jewels, or a fur coat, or a cOstly bronze statuette for the mantel of her boudoir. True, Mr. Merrall was not rich, but Mr. Tressilian did not judge altogether by what he was, but what he might be. He had aptitude, judgment, and umis- ual penetration. Such a man as that might well regard the world a& \"{in oy­ ster” which, with the ssvord of his own will and resolve, h...

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 — 2 December 1915

rvvf!* _ .JiMBBB... SESSION OF 1915 Compiled by fi, HERLACHE, County Clerk .S : FIRST DAY. Ten fifteen b'cl^thechairm an o ftlie board called the meeting to. ‘order and the d a k called the roll All members were presentearceptlL R. Holand. A t ' The first order of business was the , election of a chairman for the ensuing year. Ih e chair appointed Pat. Ms.hu- liey andG eo.D e. Keyser as tellers. The name of Joseph Hoslett and A. A. Minor , were placed before the board.' ^ Result of the election was as fol­ lows: 7 V \" J \"7-, Inform al ballot of IS votes i cast, of which Joseph H oslett received 11 and A. A Minor 7. , A. A Minor then with\" drew his name and it was moved, sec­ onded and carried, to declare the infor­ mal (ballot formal. The clerk was then ordered to cast the vote of the board for Joseph Hoslett. The clerk so cast the vote. A 2. ■ The next order of business was the % election of a Vice Chairman. The name of M att. Peffer and J. W. Rogers were placed before 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 — 2 December 1915

* ' U M W M W ' , * By Charles B. Lewis. T ie Norwich was a bark of about 700 tans, plying between Liverpool and the South American coast, and sh» carried from 5 to 15 passengers on her outward trip. Of the ten passengers two wore servant girls going out to English fam ­ ilies, five were men who were in search Of health or adventure, and the other three consisted of a man, his wife and a daughter 10-years old. The crew was made up of Englishmen, Americans, Swedes and lascars and was neither better nor worse than the average. That trouble came, followed by a tragedy, was not their fault as a crew, though some of them had to suffer for it. I t was my second voyage as an ap-* prentice, and though I was not taken into the confidence of the men I came to know all. From the hour of tak ­ ing command Capt. Shaw showed him­ self to be one of the most cruel and hard-hearted masters afloat. He had been allowed to select now mates to please himself, and they were men after his own heart. W...

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 — 2 December 1915

WINTER CARE ■: OR POULTRY.: The nests should be o fw a rm a n d soft material and clean. Dead grass i s the best thing we have found and we gath­ er sackfuls of it in the late fall and store it. Do not allow fowls to roost on the nests' and so befoul them. \\ A lit­ tle ingenuity will prevent this .The droppings m ust: dot be allowed to ac­ cumulate unduly and poison the air. (■rather them up frequently and store them in barrels in the dry for they are a very valuable fertilizer and jvorth money to the garden. ■ Do not conclude th a t you must build an expensive house in order to get eggs. A line poultry hoilse,. with all conveniences,us a great comfort but it is only a minor factor in egg getting. I have seen flocks m ak­ ing high averages in egg ' production while housed in the cheapest kind of shelters made of refuse lumber. The sides -would consist of inch boards with cracks battened but with no lining. 1 believe, however, in building good warm, substantial houses when...

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 — 2 December 1915

STURgEQN BAY PAGE YEN Mow is the Tlm o to buy that Suit or Overcoat, as we have never teen in a better position to give better values than now, as all oiir clothes were bought before the advance due to lack of dyes and worsted yarns. We guarantee all our goods as being still of TfUB Fast Colors and wish to call your attention as clothiers to be careful from whom you buy your clothes—as the man selling the suit should be so located that you can go and see him to make good in case there is something wrong. We are here to stay and stand hack of our goodsi Look Out For the Tramg\\:-xx'x':i agent who is here one day and not to be found tomorrow. We had a chance to com­ pare a suit the other-day for which the party paid $32.50 and after a fair comparison the party said 1 would rather have your Styleplus $17 Suit. ^ , Green S. & Hi Stamps Profit Sharing Tickets Free JUrb. JeJi^K ita ^ o t-tQ .G r T u e s d a y t o . q o a s u R v e ^ .d o c d o f^ r fe - h ^ r h e a lth :'.'' f$ B £ ...

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 — 9 December 1915

esta blish ed 5 ^*«f?■*,%4$f■, M County* VOL. 54 NO. 37 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1915 .50 A SUE THE HINES LUMBER COMPANY Mrs. Lorinda Noll of This City Asks .420,000 for loss of Her Husband \" When Str. C. F. Curtis ’ Founders. Mrs. Lorinda Noll, widowof the late - Julius' Noll has filed suit in the circuit court of Milwaukee county asking $20,- ' 000 for the death, of her husband, who Was assistant engineer of the steamer : C. F. Curtis of - the Hines Lumber Co. ' fleet, Chicago, at the time the: boat foundered on Lake Superior on Novem­ ber 18, 1914, with the Joss of the eptire crew. _ - ' ' Mrs. Marie W: Jennings, widow of Ch.pt. Jay-P. Jennings, master of the same boat, has also filed an application for adjustment of her claim for dam­ ages against the same company for the loss of her husband at that time* the matter being how pending before the Illinois Industrial conimission. In view of these claims the Edward . . Hines Lumber. Co. has filed a petition ...

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 — 9 December 1915

PAGE TWO ■s* £ tu r# b n 36a^ H e c a te Bverv Thursday ftt Sturgeon ■ nr.y. WIs. ■ .. n*-reil In tlx' I’ost-mTlcc at .Sturgeon Bfiy. Wts., a« Koi-oml-clnss matter. UATES OF SU BSCRIPTIO N: ne your . . . . . Ix . months ... '\"AUr months .. Two months .. 1 *lnfrl' co p ies . Two dollars •aid vHliin the .............................* 1.50 .................. .76 ..................eo .................................... 25principles . ............................ 05 ill be' charged if not h k\\\\ S. I.OXO. Husiness Manager. Sturgeon Bay. Wis.. Dicemlier 0, 1915. When tjie politiciini begins to abuse his oppn’nont von can rest assured that he lias no convincing argument.. This .kind of polilies use to bo quite popular, hut. the people of the present 'day..do* mand more. It: pmuib hardly necessary to admon­ ish the yonng people to keep off the : new ice. Parents should perform this duty Already there has been a nuinher of drownings reported where children ventured on the first i...

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 — 9 December 1915

THS STUSGKOH BAY 9 , 1919 V ^ PAGB1HM*- Marine News [Continued from F ir s t f k i e ] LOCAL MARINENOTES. /- One o f th e W isconsin Dock & Dredge com pany scows w as on th e boxes a t th e ehipyaid th e first o f‘th e week, w here it ■was given a thoro calking and m inor re ­ pairs. .~/\"\" The tjig H enry Gust,’. Capt. J . W . Cor­ nell,, w as dockpd a t th e shipyard on Mon- a y and given/a thoro calking below th e w ate r line prep arato ry to la te w inter fishing operations. • The tu g Togo, Capt'. M cKinnon, pass­ ed th ru on her w ay south w ith a g as­ oline bo at in tow , being bound for Jve- waunee, out of which port she w ill fish during the ensuing 'w inter. The fishing tu g H ugh S tocker, Capt. Denio, was laid up a t Green B ay la st week. She is owned by th e B ooth Fish Co. The tu g made no money fishing ou t of Green' B ay th is fall, th e catch being nothing e x tra and th e price too low. Capt. Denio, Engineer L ester H itt and H om er W illiam s return...

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 — 9 December 1915

JA G B P O P R . v - ^ tH E STURGEON B ^ j A y o c A T K , D E C B m W ^ , 'lOTL, ' j V Proceedings of the Co. Board of Supervisors SESSION OF 1915 Compiled by R. HERLA CH E, County C lerk B 9. List of Circuit Court certificates. is- i 10, Sept. 9, Peter Knudsen, juror 12.43 11, Sept. 7, Paul Stenzel, juror. . . . n l o, 12» Sept. 7, F. Hogenson, ju ro r- sued dunng the year endmg October 31, 13, Sept, 30, Richard Lehman, 1915. juror To the County Board of Supervisors of 14, Sept, 9, Peter Ivnudson, juror Door County, Wis.: !5’ & V \\ J ‘ aW' E ^ cr®’ r0J - ' _ 10, Sept, 9, August Schroedcr, Term of March, lfllo: juror .V No.-Date Name Amount 17, Sept. 7, Abraham Hanson, 64, Feb. 5, W. E. Wagoner, divorce counsel ...........................i $ 10.00 05, Feb. 11, H. C. Scofield, jury commissioner .. / ................i.. .. 60, Fft. 11, Jpmcs Cunningham, jury commissioner .............. 67, Mnrch 15, William Brnnh, juror ---- •â– ................................... 68, March 17...

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