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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 December 1915

^ Advocate is the Official Paper City and County ESTABLISHED NO. 39 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1915 Will Rebuild the Barth. Rieholdt & Wolter were.on Thursday awarded thecontract to rebuild' the steamer L. L. Barth, owned by the Ham­ ilton Transportation Co.* -Chicago. She will be given new frames, ceiling, plank-* ing, etc., and the work will keep a large 'crew of men busy for several months. It ia expected that the rebuild will cost about $15,000. \" . The Barth is 185 feet long and 35 feet beamy and was built in 1889. She form#Iy belonged to the Qines Lumber Co. fleet, which was last winter taken over by W. H. Hamilton. This, with the other work the local company has in sight will keep the men at-the yards busy until spring. : ' Lightship Gossip. , P. D. Ance, master of Grays Reef lightship- has received orders to strip and unload his boat and as soon as this is fully completed she will be placed on , the boxes to receive a thorough rebuild. Coal, furniture, ...

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 — 23 December 1915

TAGK TWO THE STTOGEOIT BAT ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23, 1915. . * ~ - tV ^ ya - - *“ a t j » !*j «• sturoeonYfiat? Htwocate JPubllshed Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay. Wls?. Bntered in the Post-office at Sturgeon Bay. Wls., as second-class matter. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year ............. l*-§2 Six months ............................. • • » Four months ............................................-so Two months ............................ 2& Slhgle copies ................................ •OB Two dollars will be charged If not paid within the year. of this class o f industries, makes it, more difficult to make an impression when some thing with merit presents itself. Hot tlmt the establishing of a berry box factory does not have merit, for there seems to be no reason why an industry of thiB kind should not be made a j r o - titabie industry if properly, managed and given the support to which it is en­ titled by the local growers and associa­ tions. Cut out the organization of ...

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 — 23 December 1915

Fire a t Green Bay last week destroy ed the offices and factoryt.of the Green I Bay Canning company. The loss includ- , ed fire tanks of sauerkraut valued- a t *2,500. Total loss $30,000, only partly 1 AAWAVAfl ■ W .. * X tT ■ ai'iii. ■ MU Ml -I n ^oyerea with insurance. • Ernest J. Bell of New Richmond, has ality of the proviaioa-of the state aid highway law requiring cities to ^ con- tribute towards the cost o f intr countv hlehwavs outside of their Iuo yvuuvj ..yuv*»*uo : w* w*^a* municipal boundaries. Madison this year is asked to raise *47,000 for county highways, which is *30,000 more than it raised last year. p the substitution of kerosene for _gaso- line in the propulsion of such engines. Jr., 12 year old son of the postmaster a t Corliss, is hov- between life and death a t a Ra- with a pistol bullet em- bedded in playing * with He was rushed to the Frank Miachura, 50 years old, unmar­ ried, was ground under the wheels of a freight train a t Ashland on Wednesday whil...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 December 1915

• : WAGE FOUR STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23, Personal Items George W right is laid up tijia week with an attack of illness. Brof. Beck leaves today for Chicago io spend Christinas with relatives In th at city. ifiss Belle Soukup, wlio is teaching a t Antigo, returned home to spend the va- cation period. Missis! Ida and Nora Keogh will arrive htjjne from Chicago today to spend the firistlS is'vacation. - Mr. and Mrs. Paus take their depart­ ure for Chicago today to spend Christ-* m as with relatives.- - Irene B acall, who ft attending the Milwaukee Normal, . am ved home to ­ day to spend the holidays. ' Mrs. Jacob Rosenberg and daughter Birdie went to Milwaukee Sunday to visit relatives for a few days. Boren Washburn returned home from Milwaukee on Friday to spend the hol­ idays. He is a student a t Marquette college. John Knudson, who during the past summer has been sailing on the steamer Topeka, returned home' within the week to remain indefinitely. Income Assessor H. A. Dv...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 December 1915

§! 1 '' ^ ^ \"\" 1 THEKTUKGEON KAY ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 23,1915. paos: i l Waahbnm Mill Clones.- ’ . After a long abd busy season the mill ©if. the N... S. Washburn company closed doira for, the season Wednesday even ip# The company will cut logs- as os-* ual next spring. . Marriage Licenses.— ’1, ■■ : The following marriage licenses were i issued during the past week: Nels Mi fiorCnson to Ethel yerlotte, city Balph ■ j4. Seaquist, Liberty Grove, to Ethel V. j&ndent6n| Sister . Ba.y Rhcinhardt Feld to Bertha Jarchow, Forestyille. Appointed Evangelist. ' — ’ John Greenfieldi- 'Who is well , known in this cou^ty^ having been born tand feared in Ephraim, has been appointed to •fllls.ilie pdsitipn .of - provincial Evan gelist for the Moravian church and. will ' enter on the discharge of- his duties on January 1. He is at present filling pulpit at Brooklyn, N. Y. Lodge Elections.— We are requested to announce .that the . Modern Woodmen of America will, hold their regular annual...

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 — 23 December 1915

THKSTURGKOlf BAT ADVOCATS, DECEMBER 23 1915. The Widow'sSurprise A CHRISTM AS STORY A California mining town, away np amid the snow-clad, rock-bound peaks of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The town was irregularly laid out, and was, scattered along ft creek which emptied into the Cosurancs river several miles below. Both the dwellings and business houses—or, more properly speaking, cabins—were constructed of unhewn pine logs, the crevices between the timbers being “chinked” and plas­ tered with mud. The town continued a t least a dozen saloons, or saloons and gambling houses combined, and in these hells much of the hard-earned money of the miner parted company with him, to take up its temporary abode in the saloon till or the pocket of the profes­ sional gambler. The dwellings of the town was scattered along the creek or built on the side of the mountain, the majority of them being rough “bachelor dens.” for women were scarce in the newly-discovered diggings. In a small cabin in the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 December 1915

j p f p T ^ T ^ ^ ^ s f t « * THE STURGEON BAY ADYOCA1C, DECEMBER 23, 1915. Lefri Notices. [ F in t publication Dec..!6 1915-3t}' “At e o f W is c o n s in . c o m m - c o u r t / fo r Door Ceaqtart ln Probata. * 1“*5 7 * i W t?**t a t • »P«Ial term of aC nw tr.C otu t to bo held In and fo r Bald coun- * t th*eOdrthoa»e In tbe city o f Sturgeon Boy -lid county, on th e second Tneeday, (being the nth dsy) of January, *. D. I916. a t 10 o’clock .th e fo lIo w lB g m a tte r. will be heard and The application of Alfred Robertson, adminls- ator. of the estate of Thomas Robertson, late of - tcrira o f Sturgeon Bay, in saidcounty.de- -ed .fo rth e examination and allowance of his aceonnt of his administration,'and for the i t of the residue of the estate of Thomas — .—i. deceased, to such other persons as are iw entitled to th e same. order of th e Coart: Dated December 15, . JACOB DEHOS, County Judge. t. S anderson, A tty fo r administrator. p a g e s x v w N o tice o f H e a rin g ,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 December 1915

PAGE EIGHT t h e sturg eo n Ea t advocate, Decem ber 23, m s . ' How Presidents of P a st Enjoyed C hristm as Holidays. The Ten Commandments for Christmas Giving bectun No Celebration by John Quincy Adame Because He Regarded Religious ^ . Festival as a Foolish j , Extravagance. A-c c o r d i n g to history the only president ot the United States who did not celebrate Christmas -I because he regarded it as a foolish extravagance) was John Quincy Ad­ ams, “the most economical man known in public life.” Mrs. John Adams, the wife of the second president of the United States, had a most discouraging time trying to make merry in the White House during the ChristmaB holidays. (She was the first wife of a president to celebrate Christmas in the executive mansion in Washington, for the presi­ dent and Mrs. Washington were ai­ rways at Mount Vernon for the holi­ days.) She had no dominating senso of economy, but it was the White House itself that was shabby, and a Christmas reception give...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 December 1915

* - ' THE 6TURGB0NBAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 23, 1915. pa g e vane CASE OF BUSH FRUITS Protection from Drying Winds, Snow, and Cold Should be Provided in Fall—Pruning Methods, r Among the farm operations which en­ gage the attention of the. small fruit • grower in the North during late tall, winter, and early spring are the prun­ ing, of the plants and their protection from drying winds, snow and cold. Currants and Gooseberries. Both of these fruits have stood with-* out injury the extremes of low temper­ ature and drying winds which prevail in the northern Great Plains region. These fruits, therefore, need no protec­ tion against the cold or winds of win-* ter. Sometimes, however, in regions having a heavy snowfall, branches of the currant are broken down (by the weight of Bnow and sleet. This danger may be easily avoided by drawing the branches together and tying them with coarse string. The tying may be done at any time after the leaves fall, but it is better to do this about the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 December 1915

County - MAPLEWOOD. - ' Miss Hortha Jnrcliow' and Miss Ka titer Ilasmjagor on Monday made r .sliCippi^-trip to Sturgeon Bay. Two. Vwjjlings will take place ii Forostvfrle* ffuring the next week: Iirue g^HsSyVinim wedding and. the Fcldt- darclrow/.wsd^ing. ’ John Fiecher of Ma­ y w o o d entertained a large company of ftT lltrK T f o l k l i t ' t l l O I f h O H lO Lehman expects to start his lath mill up siton., Sleighing is good and farmers will soon begin hauling wood. Mrs. Carl Teidke went to Sturgeon Bay Thursday to visit her son Fred who is a t the People’s hospital for an operation for his eyes. Deer .'are reported to be numerous here.' Some one sees one about every day. Where are the fellows th a t kill-? ed the one buck law? There' will be a box social and card thirty-four -\\wmng folk a t their homo party'fcSbh a t, Goqd Tcmplar’B hall on on S u n d a y 'afternoon and evening in Monday evening, Dec. 27, for the bene- honor of the Concordia dollege boys fit of St. Michaels...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 December 1915

TheAdvocate isthe Officiail Paper of Both City and County E s t a b l is h e d ^4thYear VOL. 54 NO. 40 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1915- : CAPT. COCHRANE DIES. Capt. Johg W. Cochrane died. Friday morning a t 3 , o’clock a t . his home, 450 Greenbush street.. Capt. Cochrane was -bom in Oswego, N. Y.} Dec. 4, 1844. He was the ton of Capt. Robert 'Cochrane, a salt and fresh w ater sailor of the early days. He was educated in the . public ischoblS Of his native city and served a short appren- ticeship as a blacksmith. Tiring of tbis, he shipped before the m ast on the Great Lakes a t the age of 16 years His first vessel was the schooner G. D. Morris. In the spring of 1885 he was made sec­ ond mate o f the schooner Ben Flint and the next seasqn he was mate.- v M aster of Brig. In the spring of 1809 lie was master of the brig Montezuma. I t was , 1872 be­ fore the young captain turned his at-* tention to steam and his first command of such a vessel whs the steamer Hilton....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 December 1915

‘ riU tihed- Every Thursday, at Sturgeon • • . Buy, 'WlS. 'Entered In' the Post-office a t Sturgeon - Bay. .Wis., a s . second-class matter. : R A TE S O P SU B SC R IP T IO N : s One year ....... v : . . *1.1.60 ‘81* months ............. .76 . Four months ......... .60 ■Two months ................. .26 eintcle copies ...............................i .06 Two dollars' will be charged If not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., December 30, 1915. The Advocate extends to its readers a n l others the best wishes for a Happy a n d Prosperous New Year. We take this opportunity to thank the public for t h e liberal patronage accorded us during th e year now coming to a close, and trust we will merit its confidence and support in the future. Among the arrivals within the past w eek were Tom and Jerry, the holiday twins. The pleasure of their visit was evidently not all their own. Menominee voted to purchase the mu-1 nicipal plant in that city at a co...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 December 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 30, 1915. .. FA(3E XfiKBK * State News in Brief ^, ::-^..:'lioiiiBa''''.FuchoTchsJ'.'''.a' four-day-old :' infant,' died a t tlie. Milwaukee county Jbospital from scalds received in falling \\ , into a 1 pan of hot water while being K, bathed. Joseph Hughes, 32 years old, employed as-weighmaster by the Omaha railroad .v a t Spooner, was killed instantly there, being crushed'by a log which fell from a car he was weighing. The death of George Edward ■ Ver- heyden, a resident of .Green Bay for three score of years occurred Friday af-* r' ternoon .at his home after a. lingering illness. He was 64 years of age. Capt. J. E. Leahy, 73 years old, may-* or of \\V]ausau for. three terms, veteran of the civil war, member of state as­ sembly’ in the eighties, died on Thurs-* day. He was ill for three years. Henry ,Gebelein of Rib Falls died at : .Wausau as the result of an accidnet a few days ago when a shotgun was acci- dentally discharged, the contents 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 December 1915

M mm Personal Items Miss Winnie ISpinnoU* spent several days here it lie past week on a visit with friends. ■■ / ' Dr. Consent Colignon came homo to spend tli^-Christmas festivities at the fffmily bohro. Dr. Edward Bnrta returned home Fri­ day evening to spend the Christmas hol- idays witji/hia mother. William Rieboldt of Fond du Lac and Dr. Clarence of Denmark, spent Christ mas at the family domicile. Wnlly Ives, engineer of the tug Birck head, returned here recently to Bpend the winter with his family. Dr. F. C. Buff left for Chicago or Wednesday and will be absent the l»al ance of the week on business. Ellis Stokdyke, who is attending the university at Madison, returned home Friday to spend the holidays. Mrs'. Leathern Smith or. Wednesday took her departure for Milwaukee to visit relatives for a week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence O’Brien caine down from Green Bay Friday to spend Christmas with relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cameron arriv­ ed from Green Bay Tue...

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 — 30 December 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 30, 1915. ' ‘ ' H k d V ih w * AAi&r. JTJ V-J^-. • P f f i Ju i^ ^ ^ ':^ c e a se s.~ . • •’^.Only one marriage license wan issued during. tie post week, being that of i^B orenson, Nasewaupee, to Lucy ,fi^uurt,^tardiier.: : p ' i :v ■Wsconntinue Service.— ' '%he Sunday train service will be dis fOontinued after January 2, by the A. & W., until further notice. It is likely that it will be renewed along about April 1.. School Opens January 4.— The public schools will not begin their ' aesSiohs until Tuesday, January 4 . This Will give the outside teachers an oppor­ tunity to spend a couple of more days ■ a t home, as otherwise they would have ' to leave on Saturday The Charity Ball. There was a good attendance at the Charity ball given by the Woman’s club \"bn Monday evening, . society turning out in their* best attire. I t was quite no-* ’ .ticeable, .however,’that there was not as many as on previous occasions of this 'k in d , for so...

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 December 1915

Only A prani^en Barber. A ND H O W H E BUILT UP ONE O F AMERICA’S- G REA T­ EST RESCUE MISSIONS. BY GRACE W ILL IS To the Readers of The’Advocate:— i Sir. Sillaway was crimson with em- In reading of the. very interesting ar- barrassmcnt a t having the customer, a tick) in the Sunday School Times, enti tied ' “Oitly a Drunken Barber,” I said this article will be of interest to the friends in Sturgeon Bay. Twice during my pastorate I had the pleasure of Supt. SilloWay’s presence ns a guest, and the large\\audienccs which greeted him on both occasions showed how deep­ ly the people appreciated his. visit and the mission in which, he was interested. Bis life was a wonderful ''lustration of God’s saving and keeping power. • In the hope th at this article will be a real blessing to many and be the means of starting some on the road thab leads to happiness and heaven, I send it in. 9 ur friend Silloway honored God by his life, and he “being dead yet speaketh.” \\ Ephraim, IVis. \\ S. GRO...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 December 1915

THS STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 30, 1915. PAGE S E V B oceedings of the Co. Boardof Supervisors 1 SESSION OF 1915 Compiled by R. HERLACHE, County Clerk •'(Continued from Last Week.) .. Departmental Earnings: Herman Moeller, $129.40 Alike Ger- lach,$316.C0 Alike Gerlach, $128.00 Herihan Moeller, $173.30. Total $747.30. Auto and Oil Fund. - ■. . Brussels, $106.48 Nasewaupee, $83.21 iBgg.Harbor, $81.07 Baileys Harbor, r$30-88 Forestville, $84.95 Jacksonport, $91.85 Gibraltar, $203.30 Sevastopol, $184:75. \" ^ •' Tank rent, $94.20 freight, $20.00 oil, '#84:20 - bridge fare, $2.74 repair $7.40. Total, $588.54. ... _ August Moeller Highway Commissioner, In Account With Door County ’Jan.- 5, Trip to cooking camp.. ... .$2.00 Jan. 5, Inventory .......... . . . .............3.50 Jan. 5, Inventory ........ .3.50 Jan. 5, Inventory ........................... 3.50 Jan.' 5, Feed for same ............. .75 Jan. 28, to Forestville .70 Feb. 1, to Madison . , ....... 4.62 Beb: I, home from Mad...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 December 1915

PAGE EIGHT THE STUKGEOH BAT ADVOCATE, DKCEMBEH 30, 1915. ' l j ' 33 A An old tunc, softly played, woke Mark Weston from his latest nap on tie . first morning of the New Year, and set him thinking of the by-gone times when somebody had sung that song to liim. W|ho was it? Ah, le remembered at- last, his golden-haired daughter Grace—his pet then, even now the dear est thing in the wide world to him. For a moment that thought lay at his soul like a balm, the next he dashed it .from him. He had cast her off. Slie was no longer a child of his. He did not even know where she was. She had forsaken him for a stranger. She was married to that poor young clerk now, and was nothing to him—nothing, noth 'ing. Yet lie listened to the old tune, softly played, and thought of her sing ing it moro softly. Where could that vagrant musician . have learned the strain! It was an old thing the girl’s mother taught her, no common tune played upon every old hand organ and whistled by every boy, He arose, a...

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 — 30 December 1915

6 STOCK IN WINTER. o exjposure to all ldndB of ■ B i^ lie r i^d fiardships was the rule for H j|r«stoek on thc farms, rather than the Hineeption Then came the time when H u ji^ U u ra l teachers began to advocate quarters for most kinds, of live ^Btock. Tho value of such quarters was B ^ r e d bf an array of facts. The offices ^Bisrfonjied by heatqgiving . foods were ^Bbintdd out, and farmers were advised ^Btqt t d use extra feed on a winter day ortfer to keep the animals comforta- ■ d e ontdooTS When warm quarters and a ^Ki^.caiantity of feed would give equally ^K&-eq>d, if hot better, results. This ad- ^Brioe tlcemed good, and in the course of a years, instead of the old conditions ^ ■ tf.yin ter exposure being the rule, it H d i s j quite generally believed that the ^Etdsir. the stable and the quieter the an- ^■taufs during bad weather, the better for ^ K c^ ocketbbok of the owner. For a apparently the matters of ventila- and exercise for livestock Were en- ^ ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 December 1915

monuis. ane u n ic ieupw .was . wen nome, viz.: ixmis, Mantie, Cecelia and Christmas eve and’ tfna, delighted \"with Otis. I t is very seldom th at such a his first Christmas tree , Along about largc family, as this, nearly all grown (midnight he was taken with convulsions up,' can hold, such a reunion and the lan d altho a doc'.or was hurriedly stfm- event is naturally a red le tte r'd a y in m n t i f i i l f l i n 1little » f f T r » ? { f A r i m i l i l « n f ' l i f i u n v n i l f l i A Y l l a A n . ^ n m l U r . / / ' V / A . A A - . / / for the Greatest Holiday Business in the History of Store. to all Health and Content­ ment! J monod the life could not he saved. j The: funeral was held from the home on j Monday v RcV. Mr. .Stubenfull of the German Lutheran church officiating. : J The Moravian church was crowded to } I its utm ost on Friday evening when the ) Sunday school held itsl.G9K^tmaS'1ticcnr- the Olson family. Frank Smekal, who owns a forty of liind near the ce...

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