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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 January 1916

jun e-1919 XheAdvocate is the Official Paper of Both City and County BLI8P ^ ear jC&Jb,. Mt/rif, /rn T 'O . 54 NO. 41 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JANUARY 6. 1916. $150 A YEAR SOUNDING CREW RE1 The. government sounding ’fcrew is I \\Ureridy for work but' Is • beinghlelayed i1 }d account of the weak condition of the se.v' : The crew,: is in charge of Supt.. B. D. fT hor^ of this city and is composed of the following members: - A rthur C. Chris of Milwaukee, surveyman Jas. Jr., city, leadsman Capt. N. A. (L eP lantof this city, foreman Archie ^ir^JCJIl, Manitowoc, recorder Wn*. Jae­ ger, \"Milwaukee, gauge reader H arry Kemmitz, Green Bay, W alter Twedale, city and Henry Frasch,' Kewaunee, chainmen Jos. Carmody, Michael Car- | inody, Sophus Anderson, W alter Oert- jj iiiig arid Lavine Peterson all of the city rind Norbert Frasch, Two Rivers and Lee Colburn, Green Bay, all laborers. . , J u s t when the work will be comraenc- \" ed depends on the weather. Opera­ tio n s will sta...

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 — 6 January 1916

§SWmM E TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1916, ' Hm '■ V , Sturgeon ®a$ HOvocate Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon ■ . ■: /\\ Bay, W.ts. //■ ntered In th e Post-office at-S tu rg eo n Bay, Wis., a s second-class m atter. people do not .now want a “war lord” in the presidential chair. RATES OI --One y ea r . . . . . S ix m onths . . . '.Four m onths •Two m onths .. .-'•In g le copies SU B S C R IP T IO N : . .$1.50 .76 .60 .26 .06 Two dollars ■will be charged If not WUd w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., January 0, 1910. WHAT IS A KNOCKER? A letter published in the Democrat over the signature of Alfred Hanson and R. C. Totzke, has suggested to our mind the question. Is it the duty of the individual or a newspaper to support everything and anything th a t may be suggested by whomsoever just because the individual . is promoting the organization of an in dustry ? • Is it not the duty of the newspaper to ascertain if possibl...

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 — 6 January 1916

/J'ff t ___________ ’ .'T^K STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6,1916. _____________________ PAGE THKX* I. 8SS M rs. W illis Wood of Monroe county ■ :) died of burns sustained two weeks ago .-.: \"while saving_Jier 7-months-old infant. g) M^s. John Bashford, former grand • worthy m atron of the Order of Eastern tif S ta r in Wisconsin is dead in Denver, following a long illness. From present outlook Sawyer county \"this year will harvest the higgest tim ­ ber crop of its history. The estimates .place the cut a t over 125,000,000 feet. -Agents of the Austrian government pare in Kenosha stirring up the patriotic AuBt^ians of Kenosha in an effort to have thein return to the colors and serve in the Austrian army. Mrs. W. E. Sprecher, wife of the cash­ ier of the' Independence bank, Wihite- ' hall, was killed instantly when the car .she was driving rolled over an embank­ m ent between there and Independence, crushing her.- Beside her husband she la .survived by a son. '. I t is estimate...

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 — 6 January 1916

FOUR ' t * - * / - . ■ * . , ■ ' ( ' \" • r * : TliE STURGEON.BAY ADVOCATB.JANUARY 6, 1916. 'Personal Items Miss Xiouise Grnsscf- o f Luxemburg1 is ■ v^'Tiriting relatives and friends.bore for n week or-'so . CSias. Icke returned to Milwaukee on Friday after spending u week here with iriativcs and friends. W. L. Damkoehler arrived here Inst 2 evening on one of bis periodical visits. ’U® will remain several days. fiarry Slater returned'to bis duties as 'Teacher' after, spending the holidays with his parents in this city. Mrs. Jacob Rosenberg, accompanied by her mother, Mrs! Asia, returned from Milwaukee on Monday evening. Dr.-Clarence Rieboldt returned to Den '■ mark,»• WiS., on. Monday after spending The holidays at his old home here. :. Mr. 'Und Mrs. Jos. Allard spent New Year day with relatives here, returning j to their home at Algoma on Sunday. Mrs.1 Sarah Worley spent' New Years ' with her father at Green Bay, return ing home the evening of the day follow­ ing. ' ' “...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 January 1916

T H E vSTURGEON SAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1916. Woman’s Club Meetings— V T ie Woman’s club will hold their reg­ ular meeting- on Friday evening, Janu­ ary .7. Council Meeting Postponed.— Owing to the failure to get a quorum Tuesday evening it was hot possible to hold a meeting of the council, and an adjournment was taken until Thursday evening. Takes. His Office.— John Laurie, the new county, highway .commissioner entered on the. discharge of his official duties on Monday morn­ ing,--succeeding'August Moeller. W C. T. U. Meeting.-r- The local .union will meet with Mrs. Geotge Washburn on Tuesday afternoon next. The . topic .is “White Slave Traf­ fic,” and Mrs. l!dwurd Reynolds will lead the meeting. All-ladies are in­ vited. . Board of ,EdiKation.lAd^pl»p8.-Trs , The regular meeting--Jf 'tire feard of education' was adjourned for one week from Monday for the accommodation of some of the members, there being no business of importance .that needed im-* mdiate attention. Pays Stat...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 January 1916

^ r s V ' ■.’ p a g e s i x THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1916. ' PS# 1 II BAB QUARTER Of AS HOUR By Mary Kyle Dallas “Married two years tomorrow, nnd happier than. I was on my wedding day! W hat a lucky woman I am !” said Bess Barlow, turning her wedding-ring on her linger and lifting it to her lips to kiss it. “And I’m such a jealous creat­ ine too! I was in such a pucker wlicn Jim seemed to admire Jane Mend! I thought he liked her better than he liked me, she is so much prettier. And when I found out it was me all along, how glad I was. But I thought I should worry and feel uncom fortable/som e­ times, and all this time not a doubt— not a doubt! “I don’t believe he rejjicmbers the day, though,” she went on, after a pause. “Men arc all like that. Would­ n’t know ' when Christmas came. And 1711 just give him a surprise. We’ll have a party on our wedding-day, and he sha’n’t know a word of it until he comes home to tea.” And laughing, she set to work to do the thousand l...

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 — 6 January 1916

- f ' . . THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, i r ' ' ■ ■ - ■ • -.................. - ........................... - ■ ....... ■■ JANUARY 6, 1916. MICE AND RABBITS. Much Damage to Farm Crops, Fruit Trees, and Shrubs caused by the Pests—Methods of Protection. Other means ofv controlling cottontail rabbits, such as trapping and driving, are usually too slow and laborious to rrant their use.-r-U. S. Department of Agriculture. , S^- Pine mice and cottontail rabbits oc­ cur throughout the eastern, portion of the United States and do much harm to fruit and ornamental trees and shrubs as well as to garden produce and other .fanh crops. . Pine mice are seldom seen on account of their molelike habits,- for .they live in their own underground burrows or * in mole runways. The presence of these amice in mole burrows can usually be de-* tected by an occasional opening that , they make to the surface from the run- wayl Pine mice are not so prolific as their near relatives, the meadow mice, Ib...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 January 1916

PAGE SIGHT THE. STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1916. • ■ MAPLEWOOD. Aliss Ida Fisclior o f Algoma is at pres- :. ririt Yisithig at her homo in Maplewood, recuperating from a serious attack of la grippe. Messrs. Alfred Toppe and Joe Kip­ ping dn Tuesday left for Milwaukee to attend the State Convention of Cheese and Butter Makers, and to attend to other matters of business in the Cream city. Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt Feld on Mon­ day evening returned from their honey moon trip. On Wednesday they depart ed for their new home in Shiloh, and a host of good wishes follows them as they begin the new journey of life. Miss Adela Jarchow on Tuesday morning left for Algoma to resume her . school duties in Door-Kewaunee train ing school.\" Air. John Fischer oh Mon­ day afternoon left for Milwaukee to en­ ter upon his school w ork'at,’Concordia college. The little ponies belonging to Gustav Leege gave Elmer Leege an exciting chase on Monday morning. When about to leave the factory, they s...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 January 1916

/ « - e Advocate is the Official Paper of Both City and County mm THE V O L . 54 N O . 42 S T U R G E O N B A Y . W IS ., T H U R S D A Y , J A N U A R Y 13, 1916. $ 1 .5 0 A Y E A R U k. h u ■ RESCUES GASOLINE FISHING BOAT A volunteer crew composed of mem- hers of the South Haven coast guard station on Saturday rescued the gaso­ line fishing boat Gorilla and Capt. L. C. -Ludwig and son ClifTprd. The two had gone out in the morning 'to set a gang of nets, and had started to .lif t when their engine “bucked”, refus- • tag to turn a wheel regardless of hercu- . loin' efforts to /Start the contrary piece of machinery. /.The wind was blowing . fresh from the SW and a heavy sea making, with a dense haze gathering. They were about four miles from port, •and it was becoming more difficult to see land all the time. Their condition was anything but pleasant, and becoming de­ cidedly perilous as the time passed. A signal of distress was hoisted in hopes .th at some one would see it. Capt...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 January 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1916. Sturgeon tea? Htwocate V*bU*hcd E very T h ursday a t Sturgeon f}/, '. v ■‘ Bay. W is. : ■ __ —■Bntcred In the Post-olTice a t Sturgeon Bay. W is.. ns second-clnss m atter. Not a Moment of Ecstasy. - ' The man in a skidding automobile doesn’t know where he’s going but Jic’s on his way.\"—Milwaukee Sentinel. . RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: «0®e -year ........ ♦*•22 ®I* m onths ............................................ “T o u r m onths ......................................... Tw o m onths .............. . . . . . . . . ' .25 Tingle copies ..................................... ■*» Two. dollars will bo charged if not (Aid w ithin th e year. Trimming Sails. Now is coming the time when stony silence will be observed by the little pol­ iticians afraid of their shadows and cer­ tain issues.—Madison Democrat. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay Wis., January 13, 1910. No Chance for Howlers. Progressives who hoped to ride in...

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 — 13 January 1916

TH ESTURG E01TBAYADVO CATE, JANUARY 13, 1916. PAGE THMOI O R D IN A N C E N O . 8 4 3 O r d i n a n c e t o A m e n d “O r d in a n c e S o . 2 3 2 , . /B e e . t . S ection 32 o f O rdinance N o. 232 o f th e O T W M t t o o f th e C ity o f S tu rg eo n B ay is am end- -*d»o a s to r e a d s * follow s: ‘A t th e in terse ctio n o f all s tre e ts o r h lg h w a y sin th e c ity o f S tu rg eo n B ay th e o n erato r o f an y ve- -hlcle sh all have th e r ig h t o f n a y o v er a n y o p era­ to r o r a n y d riv e r o f an y v eh icle ap p ro ach in g him -on th e h ighw ay o r cross s tre e t fro m th e le ft, v’ fine. 2. S ectio n 17 o f O rd in an ce N o. 232 o f th e ■Ordinances o f th e C ity o f S tu rg eo n B ay is am end­ e d so. a s to re ad a s follow s: A n y p erson o p e ra tin g a n autom obile, m otorcy- ■ d e o ra n y o th e r sim ilar m o to r vehicle, w ho sh all d n ju re a n y p erson an d shall fa il to s to p an d g iv e -assistance, h is n am e a n ...

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 — 13 January 1916

Personal Items • William Bmlsali is one of the victims of tie grippe during’ the past week.' Joseph Hugenroth of Sister Bay was In the city Tuesday on his way to out­ side points. Miss Nora Keogh returned to Chicago on Friday after spending several weeks at her, old home here. Bernard LaMerc returned home Tues evening from Milwaukee, where he Wfeiftto attend the auto show. Mrs. S. Groenfeldt returned to her home nt Kphrnini on ilonday, after about a week’s visit in this city. 3 Slaughter spent a few hours in this city 011 Monday, while on his way to Green Ray 011 a professional visit. Mr. and Mrs. Leathern Smith return-' cd from Milwaukee Wednsday evening, where they had taken in the auto show. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dana attended the auto show held in Milwaukee the latter part of last week and first of thi D. S. Long' and W. F. Hecht took in the auto show at Milwaukee the latter \"part of the week, returning home Mon­ day. Mrs. Mary Moeller took her depart-1 ure Saturday morning f...

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 — 13 January 1916

THE STU8GE0K BAT ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13,1916. ' \\ * * * ' 1 PAGE F i t * v- Local News Odd Fellows 'Install.— The I. 0. O. F installed officers on Friday evening, a t which time they in­ dulged in an oyster supper. ’ The affair was a most enjoyable one. S tate School Money.— : Treasurer Ollinger is in receipt of the state school money • from the state treasurer,- which aggregates $3,709.75. This is a slight increase over last year, A ltar Society.— The ladies of the A ltar society- will give a sociable in the afternoon and card party in, the evening on Tuesday, January 18, in St. Joseph assembly hall. \"Everybody is cordially invited. - W as a , Financial Success. — The Charity ball was a financial as well as social success, tlie report of the' committee, living tlie affair in charge showing th a t $42 was turned over to the tresaurer after , all expenses- had been paid. Will Collect a t Courthouse.— - Oscar Olson, treasurer of the town of Sturgeon Bay, desires us to announce the fa...

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 — 13 January 1916

i ’ PAGE SIX TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1916. A DANISH LEGEND BV MARY E . MUPPATT ,fAs it is your birthday, my little Li­ den, your time shall be your own. to do •with as yon choose, until set of sun.” • Lidon’s bonny face beamed with pleas­ ure a t her mother’s words. She knew of a piece of woodland in which the Spring's shy darlings—wild flowers of every shade and variety—lifted up their delicate heads as though to say: “ Come, Liden! come and pick me.” She put her tiny hands, one on each B id e of the mother’s face and kissed her with a gay ‘‘Thank you, my mother! and may I fill my basket with some whcaton bread and honey, and put in a few raisins, with which to break my fast a t noontime!” “ Yes, Liden, get what you will. But mind to leave a portion on the stone by th e running brook, if you are going'to the woods. Then the elfin people will play no tricks upon you for they will see th a t you have left them an offering to prove your good will.” Her arrangements 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 — 13 January 1916

«.i . ■' i . -. ■. . ■•j -. --■■. ••â– . •â– â– •â– . I. \" Ou l c«Ttllin«F/t* HIV inWA/'iWHinTADV 11 imc ■! ■ THESTURGTONBAYADyOCATE/JANUARY 13, 1916. J ' . : pAisx:aito w Farm to d c n uiul fto m t A CHAPTER ON MANURE. ■■In a late number of Practical Farmer, T. B. Terry gives some very practical and suggestive hints on the manure question: - Manure is natural plant food.. I t waS nature’s plan th a t the ground should produce grasses, etc., for anmials to eat and th a t their droppings should go back to the ground to grow more grasses. In a state of nature the plant food in these, droppings is not lost to any ex­ tent, but when m an is left to manage a p a rt often is. Manure from animals is Valuable because it contains nitrogen, potash, phosphorio acid, some other min­ erals and vegetable material. You know th a t nitrogen is. the most valuable ele­ m ent in manure and one th a t is easily 'lo st. When you see eteam rising from a.pile of horse manure some ...

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 — 13 January 1916

|P*Aa*i*IGHT T H E J S T U K G E O R BAY A D V O C A T E , JANUARY i a f , 1916. V 1 C O N S U L - A TIO N . wrap! r DR. t’ie Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous anJ Cnronic Diseases o f Men, 'Women and children, and offers to all th at ■will call on th a t day, date and dnrihg*the hours given below, con- Bultftffcrii arid advice FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago. Ill, will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Waldo ,’ Thurs., Jan. 27 Office hours, 10 a. m. to 8 p.: m. , 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE in the treatm ent of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A- Ho^g of Chicago maintains. An honest opinion and'diagnosis always given. H s has to his credit many wonderful cures in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, , Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and other rectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump­ tion also throat and ear diseases, BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples, Scr...

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 — 20 January 1916

1 I ESTABLISHED The Advocate is the Official Paper of Both City and Comity ^ f ^ t h Y e a r VOL. 54 NO. 43 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR UK MARI MEWS. Pere M arquette Caxferry Ashore. \"Carferry steam er Pere M arquette 19, Capt. Mclsaac, went ashore five miles !' north of the harbor entrance a t Luding-* ton on Monday night. The big boat left Milwaukee Monday morning, and before reaching Ludington .encountered a gale. In an effort to make ' “ Ethe harbor she was carried. onto the beach. A wireless message from the y b o a t stated th a t she was resting on a sandy .bottom, and the boat had been filled w ith w ater to prevent-her pound­ in g in the tremendous seas th a t swept •onto her. A wrecking tu g was sent for •from Port Huron. A dispatch from Ludignton under date of Tuesday, is to the effect th at th e big boat is slowly pounding to pie­ ces. This is not given much credence by the owners in Milwaukee. The tug Mercerau was sent to the assistan...

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 — 20 January 1916

TW O. THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1916. Sturgeon sap HDvocate P u b lis h e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg eo n B ay, W is. ' ■ I. : ■ntered In th e P o st-o ffice a t S tu re e o n B ay , W is .,'a s seco n d -class m a tte r. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : „ One y e a r ................................ ..$ 1 .6 0 B l* m o n th s ..........................................................16 Four m o n th s ..................................................... 60 SPwo m o n th s ..................................................... 25 . S in g le c o p ies ..........................................05 T w o d o lla rs w ill be ch a rg e d If not » * ia w ith in th e year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay. Wis., January 20, 1016. P r o t e c t t h e l o c a l in v e s t o r . zens of some of their hard-.earncd cash: / If you made no rash resolutions you probably have a much easier conscience than some of. those who did. The. ’meeting in Milwa...

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 — 20 January 1916

' ‘ • ' - - , . THE STURGEON BAX ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1916. used by said offices f tion of such clerk and. . Board of Supervisors SESSION OF 1915 r.'- • ■ / \" Compiled by R. HERLACHE, County Clerk I t iB resolved further th a t the of John M. Perry for Certificate No. 224, sale of 1915, covering p a rt of L ot 7 in Block G in the village of Ephm nh, he granted for the reason th a t said certificate is void by reason o f the description not definitely stating the p a rt of said lo t so sold, and th a t there be refunded to the petitioner, John M, Perry, the sum of $2.61 w ith interest front M ay 18, 1915, amounting to $ .08, in all th e sum of $2.69, and th a t the oounty clerk draw an order for. the same and th a t the amount be charged back to the town of Gibraltar. I t is resolved further th a t the peti­ tion of C. L. Nelson for refund on tax certificate No. 135, sale of M ay 18, 1900, be granted for the reason th a t it ap­ pears th a t the tax on the land described in Buc...

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 — 20 January 1916

’ . POUR Personal Items Richard A. Noelck spent several days of the past xvcefc at Chicago and Green Bay on business. Miss Bertha Wilkey left Wednesday for Milwaukee and other outside points to spend a few weeks visiting. Phillip Zottel spent a few days at DePere and Green Bay the end of last week, on business and pleasure. Attorney Seidenglnnz of Kewaunee, ..was in the city between trains on Fri­ day attending to some legal matters. Mr. and Mrs. fteorge Leonhardt of Sheboygan Falls, Wis., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Leon- hardt. Miss Elsie Fidler was compelled to • close her school at the canal last week and remain home, owing to an attack of the grip. Carl Dreutzcr arrived here the first of the week -from Chicago to spend a short time) visiting with liis wife and other - STPRGEOH BAT .ADVOCAtE, JAJIPAJtY 30, ' ' ONCE, HOWEVER, IS QUITE A SUF­ FICIENCY FOR SOME OF OUR APPLE GROWERS. „ They Were Not Treated Fairly. Receive Exceedingly Small Returns for Fruit Tha...

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