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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 January 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1916. PAGE FIVE ‘KfK Good ^lVighing.— .The heavy snow of last week has made the very finest of sleighing, there being, ah ideal surface.. Unclaimed letters.— / Letters remaining unclaimed , at the Sturgeon Bay postoffice for the week ending January 18,-are: Chas Leaders, Mra. G: Hopherson. Church Supper.— A 20c supper will be served at the Moravian: church parlors on Wednesday, January 26, by Mesdames Linden, Be­ langer, Richmond and- Thorp. All are cordially invited. EL P. Installation.— Unit Lodge No. 144 installed officers last evening, there being about thirty members in attendance. A light lunch wajSeryed and a musical., program ren-* dereSMSy W. I. Whgener and Prof. Graap. . Putting Up Ice.— • Henry Puehler has a crew of' men filling his large ice houses on the bay shore. The quality was never better, and enough w ill be stored to supply his large, trade, during the . ensuing summer months. In Justice Court.— There was a case in justice ...

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 — 20 January 1916

F A G E S tX THE vSTURGE01f BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 4916. THE BETTER PART. Suppose yqu should lmvc to go. my son To the front where the warfircs gleam. Where the air is rent with cries and moans : And the- hurtling missiles scream. Would I send you forth with a smile, my son, Happy th at you could go To slay your brother and add your 'hiite To this old world’s sin and woe? Suppose that- the S tate should demand from me Tho life I had nourished so well To be wasted there like a worthless thing W here life is a living hell. Do you think I would-send you forth with pride— . Glad I had raised a son To kill or he killed, as the case might be, By means of a murderous gun? A hero I want you to be, my son The victim of fear is a slave, B ut I ’d rather you’d never been bom, my son, Than offer the life th at God gave On the reeking altar of greed and power, When a hero of peace you might be. For now is the time, the day and the hour, When the world has its work, for thee. To sow and to rea...

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 — 20 January 1916

THE. STURGEON HAT ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1916. p a g e a m W % jm ' v‘i &*m teflen and gome. I’D RATHER BE SQUARE. Fd like to bo rich, and I wonder, who wouldn’t, And yet if it cost jne w hat some people . pay,' I’d like to be rich and find th a t I couldn’t. There is too much worth while th a t is lo st'b y the way. To sacrifice friends and ideals to sur­ render— 14y h e art'a n d my conscience, my soul and m y mind, . And sell all my dreams far a dollar- marked splendor Would leave me too poor for the riches I’d find. I’d like to be rich, there is pleasure in money— Its good stuff to have, and it’s good stuff to Spend, I t helps you to pay for your milk and your honey, And gives you a chance to be nice to a friend. - I ’d like to be rich, but I ’d never be will- ing To pay such a price as some men do ■ , for gold— r.-■•:. Thate coBt is too high and the pace is too killing,. And too many things m ust be battered , , - and sold.—Ex. • • SUNSHINE A GERMICIDE. Sunshine is an a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 January 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STUBGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1916. R est and S a fety for B aby The careful mother insists upoi knowing just- what, she is giving baby. She avoids all possibility of giving baby such habit-forming drugs as opium, morphine, chloroform and alcohol. NYAL’S Soothing S yru p Is entirely free from opiates isyyolnposcd of harmless sed- S c'fftiveii tlittt quiet the nerves and enable the ibnby to get a natural and refreshing sleep—a sleep that rests and restores regularity. “ There is absolutely no -^danger from an overdose rr-it is safe and dependable, that’s why we t8o heartily recommend its-u se,,,, .4' Twenty-five cents the bottle By DR. N. A. GODDARD. M odern Methods of treating Chron­ ic Diseases without operation, haa , just come from the pen of Dr. Goddard, the Milwaukee Specialist as well as instructive little books the doc­ tor has ever written. If you are a sufferer from app en diciti s, Gall Stones, Colic, Goiter, or Chronic dis­ eases of a pri­ vate nat...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 January 1916

ABLISHED THE 54th Year V O L NO. 44 STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. 1916. YEAR CARFERRY STILL ON THE BEACH. Coast Gtiard Crew Make Spectacular and Thrilling Rescue of Crew— Steamer Is Badly Damaged. ■■/’ . ’ ■ •â– ’ - ■ . / ' ■ . *■ The carferry steamer Here Marquette Ho. 10, -which last week Went ashore ’while' attempting to enter the harbor at - /Ludington, is still on the beach. /The coast guard crew, under the com- i mand of Capt. E. E. Pugh, took sixteen « f the crew off the stranded steamer, \"th is.fe a t being accomplished duringVi'a i-high sea. The ie s^ e was bne of*the most thrilling witness on the east shore and was fraught w ith danger. The in- tepid lifesavers launched , their surf boat in a raging sea, the. water being ice cold' and th e . men drenched to the akin. With consummate skill and brav­ ery* four trips were made and the men taken off the steamer without the loss or injury of a single soul, and accom­ plishment that can best be unders...

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 — 27 January 1916

\",«» -Vi ' - r ' * h * stiriiacfuk ‘ b a i Legal Notice*. 7 » Sturgeon Ba$ HOvocate . P n b lla h e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg e o n v B ay, w is . . . . Altered in th e P o st-o ltie o a t S tu rg e o n B ay . W is., a s se co n d -c la ss m a tte r. R A T E S OE S U B S C R IP T IO N : O ne y e a r « t* m o n th s . . ’ A b u r m o tith s . T w o m o n th s . ■ S in g le copies $1.50 .75 .60 .26 .05 T w o d o lla rs w ill bo c h a rg e d if n o t p a id w ith in th e y ear. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Buy, Wis., January 27, 1910, Did you ever notice what d hard job i t is to find a word in , the dictionary ttiat you do not know how to spell? This surely is weather th at brings joy to the hearts of the doctors and the blacksmiths. Bather a peculiar parallel, b u t the former look after the ailments of the human race and the latter the feet of the equines. There appears to be a..busy .season ahead for the city', and the indications arc that- tjhore w...

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 — 27 January 1916

W m M m m ADVOCATE, JANUARY 27, 1910. yaos ram BUSINESS DIRECTORY ' AaTertlseinentsunder this head 71 alias AB- A. W. aLAUGXTXB. iPpTSICIAISr A N D S U R G E O N . Eph - ralm, W ls. W isconsin telephone, I short 1 long. Door County telephone. . :' 1 short 1 long. jw ill be a t B aileys Harbor Thursday and Saturday afternoons, from 3 to 5, and v A t'E lliso n Bay Mondays and F ridays ■from 3 to S p. m.' Q A a a . t r o B s rtr r. DENTIST. Olflce above Bank of Saw­ yer Sawyer. Wls. Phone 1611 S . S . BOBB, X . 9 . •EYE. EAR, NOSE and THROAT a Spa chUty, G lasses scientifically fltMO. ■ Office hours 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. -‘\"‘thei hours by appointment. Phone 58. W ILLABD £ . QMIDB. /LAW YER, Sturgeon Bay, Wls. Practlct ■' in a ll Courts. Probate, collections, conveyancing and a ll legal work given prompt attention. Office in the W ash­ burn block—2d floor. W ls. 1B. A. H . CKAHDUBB. DENTIST. Modern dentlBtry in all it* varied branches, including bridge work or teeth w ithout pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 January 1916

Proceedings of Co. Board (Continued from Last Week.) Personal Items • Miss Katharine Grahss spent Tuesday a t Green Bay, returning home the day following. Judge Henry Graass came down from Green Bay Monday evening , to spend the following day. Mrs. E. \\Y. Long spent the week end a t Algomn, going over on Satjmiay and returning liome Monday. W ayne Maples returned home Mon­ day from a business trip to Milwaukee of several days’ duration. Adam Didr spent, the latter part of the week outside on business, during /•' V'- “'■vr , . , , . . . . , in good repair- and whereas it is a well v which he visited some of the lake shore known fact th at a great many of ourjxov. 2, W. Gcrlaclie cities- , ro«ds are rapidly going to pieces and i j an.’ 3\"q( j ' E a v e a \" ........ Saturday left T ° c]T Vh' easib’! April 21, W. E. W agn'e'r'oS.Pet' , . than they can m years to come. : -t.r80n' ■e he has been The Sturgeon Bay Commercial club'Ufay 04 Jenson........................... after fir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 January 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JANUARY 27, 1916. PAGE FIVE Episcopal Services.-— / Episcopal services will be held a t the Odd Fellows hall on Sunday next, Jan ­ uary 30, a t 10:30 a. m. Returned to Wheels.— The fire apparatus, which had been placed on runners, was put back on wheels the first of the week. Unclaimed Letters.— - L etters remaining unclaimed a t the Sturgeon Bay post Office for the week ending Jan. 25, are: Myron Anderson, Mrs. Rose Willard. Injured While Skating.-— . Bob Cunninghapi was injured while ■ skating on the municipal fink on Thurs­ day, evening last week. He fell and struck the back of his head, and for several minutes was rendered uncon­ scious.. No Stage Lines Running.— The stage lines across Green Bay are a thing of the past, there being no /m oney in the business of late years. No effort has been made this w inter to cross, the ice not having been safe for travel up to the present time. Rates Not to Be Raised.— Slippery W alks Again.— Tuesday evening a...

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 — 27 January 1916

27,191 1 ■ - , • ' i ■* ,* ' • ISBMIDGET By Amy Randolph * .‘‘I t ’s only Miss Midget,” said Mrs. Pollux indifferently. “Only Miss Midget.” Only a little, , struggling, shabby human figure, with bent bonnet, scant raim ent twisted around her like a bean-pole by the vio lencc of the November gale, and a fad ed green vail fluttering in the air, a m ute signal of distress.. David Dent watched her from behind the folds of the comfortable Turkey red curtains with a certain compassion. \"Hasn’t she got an umbrella?” said he. “Oh, yes, she’s got an umbrella,” said the landlady: \"but it went to be mend­ ed yesterdn„.” “Nor a waterproof cloak?” ' “Waterproof cloaks cost money,” 'said Mrs. Pollux, dryly \"and th at’s just what Miss Midget hasn’t got.” “But she’ll take cold, won’t she?” “Miss Midget? Not she.” Mrs. Pol­ lux spoke almost indignantly, as if colds were a luxury to be confined al­ together to the upper classes. “She never takes cold!” \"Who is Miss Midget, anyway?” ask­ e...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 27 January 1916

UPS 1 THE STURGEON BAY sADVOCATE, JANUARY 27, 1916. •'— J ----------- * f PA G ESIV ** ?$•'$'- \"„W~ OX WARBLES IN CATTLE. European Maggot Which Attacks the Backs of Cattle Discovered in ' Northern States. Specialists of vthe .. departm ent are ■urging cattle oxvners, in the N orth as ■well as in the South, to take steps to rid their cattle of ox warbles or “wolves,” the importance of which to the cattle industry has been generally underestimated. Ox warbles, are the whitish grubs or maggots which de­ velop from the eggs deposited by cer­ tain flies known as warble flies, or heel flies, and which injure the hides, re­ duce milk flow, and retard the growth of the animals. The maggots are com­ monly found ju st below the , skin on the hacks of cattle, in th e spring. Their presence is revealed by local swellings about the size of pigeons’ eggs, each with a small central hole of perforation through which the maggot breathes. From this hole the maggot, when m a­ ture, emerges t...

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 — 27 January 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JANUARYtARY e p h r Aim . * Mrs. Barnes entertained- tlie sewing circle on Monday evening. i Mrs. p. Hognnsen is spending a few duys visiting relatives at Sister Bay. Mrs. Peter Knudson entertained dozen ladies to an afternoon coiTee on Friday. Tlie Misses Florence Goodlet and Gor­ die Onenson left Monday morning for Chicago where they expect ^to remain until Juno. Everett Ynlentine went to Sturgeon Bnv Sunday and on Monday morning took the train for Cilicago, where he will attend the auto show which takes place this week. He was accompanied from the county seat Ty Geo. Peterson. Dr. A. 31. Slaughter was called to Green Bay on Wednesday. . He left in the forenoon with his runabout ' and (chauffeur?) Guy' Holgpsea,- hut when a few miles out they found the roads so badjy drifted that they, feared to take the car thru, and returned for the doctor’s horse, which made the trip to Sturgeon Bay in three hours and twen ty-five minutes. The horse is one . Of the t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 February 1916

Go-To-Church Sundaly is February 6th. THE VOL. 54 NO. 45 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1916. r A YEAR HUE w . MAY PURCHASE HOTEL WALDO. ITEMS OP INTEREST. The article appearing In The Advo­ cate concerning the old schooner William •Aldrich. has /been widely copied 'by the lake shore papers, but there was none ■ of them that 'gave this paper credit for ithe item of marine interest. The steamer L. L. Barth,. -which was •docked at the shipyard last week, is /&> Jbe widened about 4 feet wfhen she is \"Wbuilt. Work has been commenced on .the steamer, arid she will be ready for ■ 'delivery at the opening of navigation. The carferry steamer -Pere Marquette 19 was released form the beach at Lud- ington on Saturday afternoon. The big boat was token into Ludington, where her cars were unloaded and she will be docked at Manitowoc for an examina­ tion and repairs. • Joseph Worley of this port within the ■week passed a successful examination before. the inspectors ...

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 — 3 February 1916

YAGE HWO - * • STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3, 1*16. « S turgeon Ba$ advocate P abliehed E very T hursday a t Sturgeon : ■’ B a y , W Is. J t a t e r e d In t h e P o s t- o f f ic e a t S tu r g e o n B a y , W ls ., a s s e c o n d - c la s s m a tte r . RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year __ '.............. $j .eo S i x m o n th s ..................................................... Four m o n th s ..........................................................50 T w o m o n th s ..................... . . \" s . . ......................25 Single c o p ie s ........................... 05 T w o d o lla r s w ill b e c h a r g e d if n o t p a id w ith in th e y e a r. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., February 3, 1910. THE r e pu b l ic a n co nv en tio n The Republican convention held at Madison on Thursday was a big success, exceeding the expectations of the most optomistic of the promoters of the idea. It shows that the people1 are in favor of conventions. It a...

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 — 3 February 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3, 1916. PAGE THRU*? THE1LAST STRAW By Amy Randolph i . “Adeline was a young' housekeeper. We're all young housekeepers in our time,” said Aunt Betsey, placidly polish­ ing her spectacle glasses as\" she sat by .the fire, “an dexperience can't be learned , out' of books like spelling and ciphering 'and the rule of three. And our Adeline was like all other brides she supposed th at when'she got married, she was go­ ing to step right into Paradise. Dear knows what girls a~e thinking abouh to make such a mistake as that, nut v there—we’re all mortal! If we wasn’t, some of us would (be angels, and some of us t ’other thing—and I take it, that isn’t the Lord’s intentions a t alL ■ \" “Yes, as I was saying, Adeline she was a young housekeeper,—and, of course, it was very kind for all her husband’s re­ lations to come and visit her just as she was putting up her curtains and putting down her carpets. Uncle Peter Poole, too, on Adeline’s own side, ca...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 February 1916

FOUR THE STURGEON BAY.. 4BVqqATB, FEBRUARY 3 , 1916. Personal Items Attorney \\V. E. Gnede went to Mani­ towoc Tuesday 011 some business m at­ ters. ' - Mrs. John Blnu left Monday for a vis­ it at Green Bay and Denmark for a week or so. . Mrs. I'’. C. Bayne returned home Mon­ day evening from Antigo, where she had been visiting. Joseph Wolter went to Milwaukee Monday morning on a business trip of a few days duration, j J. E. Johnson spent the latter part of the week at Grand Rapids, Wis., on a ylittlc uyrtter of business. • Airs. John Riley returned 'home Tues­ day evening from Milwaukee, where she had been visiting for a week\" or so. — - E. W. Long was confined to his home •for a week with a severe attack of the grip, returning to work Wednesday. j The 12-vear-old daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. Matt. Propsom has been, ill for n •week or. so with intestinal trouble, Mrs. J. C. Dana went to Milwaukee Monday morning to spend a week visit- ving with her sister,'Mrs. Hi J. Lawrence. Mi...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 February 1916

: ’ 7\": THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3, 1916. Local News Dorcas Society— • The Dorcas society will nicetf with Mrs. Geo. Washburn* on Tuesday even­ ing, February 8. Cold Wave.— . . This region was visited by a cold wave on Monday night, when the was shoved down to 10 The loss on the Reynolds bam was adjusted within the week, the quite satisfactory to the insured. W. C. T. U. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Miss Mary Reynolds on Tuesday afternoon, the 8th ult. * The topic is “Reminiscen­ ces of Our Great Leaders.” Mrs. Brooks will be the leader. .i, Peninsula Club Stag.— The members1 fo the Peninsula club w ill. give a stag ' mardigras in their rooms on Monday evening, preparations for which have been under way for a couple of weeks past. The affair, is for members only. Marriage Licenses.— ... The following marriage licenses were issued by County Clerk Herlache during the week: Arthur B. Paschke to Ella Blank, both of Egg Harbor Michael Te- rure to Lucy Maccaux, both of Uni...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 February 1916

PAGE SIX THE STPBQE01T BAY AtojTOCArB. FEBRUARY 3, 1916. Proceedings of the Co. Board of Supervisors SESSION OF 1915 O m p H ed b y R. HERLACHE, County Clerk 37.5 V .X 0v. 15, L. II. Washburn, supply 3.50 37,50 Nov. 22. '$? \"Wellever,fees . . . . . 105.12 4.20 Nov. 29, West Publishing Co. June 15, J. Dehos, salary June 30, J. Delios. salary July 2, Wis. Tel. Co. . .. . July 15, J. Dehos, salary37.50 July 31, J. Dehos, salary37.50 Aug. 5, Wis. Tel. Co. . .\\ Aug. 14, J. Dehos, salary 37.50 Dec. 15, K Wellever, salrary Aug. 14, H. C. Miller Co., supply ' 5.23 J Dec. 3t, F\\VelIever, salary (Continued from Last Weck.l I 18 . Orders. Jan. 15, State Trcas. T ax ... .$33002./3 State Trcas. Inheritance T ax .. 2269.51 Clay Banks overpaid on County Sept. 30, 0. Rohde, freight .... 1 Sept. 30, C. P. Bassett, supply Oct. !*. Wis. Tel Co. .......... Oct. 15, R. Ilerlache, salary . ... Oct. SO. R. Ilerlnehe, sa la ry ---- Oct. 30. H. C. Miller, supply .. Nov. 3. Wis. Tel. Co. Tax 2.09 5.03 10....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 February 1916

is best supplied by tlie use of. tankage, * the labor of building. . The following if no green crops,.such'as soy beans or!m .itcrial is necessary to \"construct rape, have been sown. When tankage is fed it should,be supplied a4 the rate of 1-4 pound per head daily for shoats \\veighing 140 to 150 pounds. When practicing hogging down corn the swine should not- (be given access to a very large field a t one time. One acre of ground is usually sufficient for 20 to 25 pigs weighing 125 to 150 pounds. As soon as this amount has been consumed they should be transferred to. a new field. . Pasture. - Grass is the cheapest feed for moat production. A good many farmers could make greater use of pasture in producing pork. The use of pasture re­ duces the cost of growing pigs, especial­ ly a t the present high price of grain. A hog craves a succulent feed of some kind in addition to the grain which it receives. The time has passed when n hog raiser can afford to pass through a summer without...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 February 1916

BIGHT ' • :l , : t : •M v STURGEON BAY ■•V ■' ■ tV '• \\ ' 3, 1916. County News BAILEYS Miss Annie Freeze visited witli friends at Egg Harbor last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Zak spent ft few hours at the county seat last-Friday. Frank Oldenburg spent a few days at Sturgeon Bny the latter part of the The condition of Martin Sehrnm re­ mains the same, also that 'of Mrs. Bqn Lipke. * Aug. Pom and Frank Tosoland trans­ acted .business at Sturgeon1 Bay last Fpidttjy A nuniber-of our town people attend­ ed the time at Egg Harbor last Friday Ed. Goss returned home from Sheboy­ gan coast guard station the fore part of the week. ^ H^riSfe Spider autoed to Stmrgeon Bay last Friday. He was accompanied ‘by Otto1 iWalfeWK M isses.M aeLa Rouche and Hattie And rson Spent Sunday with their par- entVat,'S^ggiHa.rbor. - » , 01 / ffuq , • Mrsu^rgd Bhirdo presented her hus­ band-with a baby girl -on. Jan. 27. Mother .and child are doing nicely at this-writing. _ The local fishermen are bus...

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