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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

PAGE SEVRH '_ ‘ / THE STUBGXOH BAT ADVOCATE. MAT 25, igi6. vrrair m u m i telles o a m \"They ain’t much to a baby, ’ T ill It gets-to know.your face . An' pesters till yctu take it An' lug. it- 'round the place. • * A n ’ g ra p p le s a t y e r-w h is k e rs \"With pudgy-wudgy hands, : -An’ sez a lo t 0 ’ g u rg le s •Only m o th e r u n d e rs ta n d s, An* th e tim e a- g r a n ’ d a d 's g lad n e ss A n d tic k le n e ss b e g in s I s w h e n th ' little f e lle r L o o k s r ig h t u p a t h im a n ’ g rin s. THis g rin sh o w s t h a t h e k n o w s ye, -And tr u s ts y e a s a f rie n d — -A bab y , isn ’t g ro w ed u p A n ’ n e v e r c a n p re te n d !— Mffs ey es h a v e .h o n e s t tw in k le s S o m eh o w y o u k n o w t h e y ,s ta r t T r o m a w a y d o w n in ’ th ’ g o o d n ess T h a t 's • a -b e a tin ’ in h is h e a rt. I t ’s confidence h e g iv e s you, . \"W ith o u t no o u ts a n d in s. \"W hen h e fir s t b e g in s to d im p le A n ’ looks u p a t ...

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 May 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCAT! SCATI, MAY 25, 1916. 1 ^ *' *' \" '*J ‘V ‘ ‘ §J ’ Jl a&O-CAJkVCT. V N ot pretty, dear, nor costly. B ut tw lxt the lines you see „ Dear' memories are written T hat make It fair to me F o r hands now stiU forever Prepared Its rugged w eft And iso made very precious _ The sm allest work they left. t see the autumn sunshine Astray In garret dim, here rainbow-colored fragm ents O'er flow a basket’s brim: N ear bv the pile of globules. Skillfullv sewed, and wound “With mixture wise and skillful Until each weighed a pound. I see through narrow windows The bees steal out and In’ A nd over rain-stained rafters Grav spiders mutely spin Across the simshine flutters The liop-vine’s graceful wreath ■Whilst up f r o m sunlit garden ' There comes the wild grape s breath. 1 see a dear old lady \\ In a quaintly carven ohair _ A queen amid her subjects The children of her care ■Weaving a sweet old story In with the carpet's woof O r chiming songs old-fashioned W it...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

m u m 1’f t H t t M i n i m i i i i m i * t i i m ++i i i i i H W M i H U M mum w h h h m i i i i i Bates Steel Mule S e r v i c e —-— Republic Truck Service F. HECHT zeon The Bates Steel Mule will do more kinds of farm work than any tractor built. It is the only machine that will replace horses for every farm opera­ tion from plowing to harvesting. 30 H. P. $895 PATENTS PENDING No new implements are necessary-i-the tools you now have will do the work cheaper, quicker and better when hitched to a Bates Steel Mule. Tfee Bates Steel Mule is propelled with a “Crawler”, instea instead of a wheel which means that it can be used 30 per cent more days per year than an ordinary tractor. Works on any soil, wet or dry and does not pack the ground. Thousands in successful use by satisfied owners all over the world. One Man Operates It i Peninsula Automobile Company’s new Sturgeon Bay I use of the public, the largest and most modem gar- ^ern conveniences, especially those which will enable pos...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

mhf-y- PAGE TEN THE STURGEON BAT County News WASHINGTON ISLAND. . Emma Peterson lias returned to. spend the summer at her home here. Lawrence Gislason returned from his trip south on Tuesday morning of this week.' Miss Harriettc Christiansen came j)cr home from Chicago last week to stay for 0f a short time. The schooner, Arrow, Capt. Abe Jes- ...^ - ,„j. » uull iu i,iL- uu.i.t »w u uie sen and crew, spent last Sunday at their Xasewaupoe German Lutheran church on accident occurred. While feeding a'stick homes on the Island. F r id iv afternoon, and was attended by l u i v v l n n - n in a l f l m ctiu* l i i a n n f I ^ v v ,v n » « \\.u . OV4t.IV FrM.iy afternoon, and was attended by wod against the saw, his htirid got Mr. . Stevenson, foreman for the road a ntmiber of neighbors and friends of the 'caught and one finger was badly split ork, arrived: here on Tuesday. . After Ti' }3' Sehwichtenberg, a grand- open besides several other bad cuts in son of-Jacksonport, was also m att...

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

VOL. 55 NO. 10 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. JUNE I, 1916. 51 A Y l A R I M M M NEWS. ' Capt. W. C. Anderson Dead. Capt. Wilbur C. Anderson of Mari­ nette, master of ther' tug Satisfaction, died suddenly and inexpectedly on Fri­ day of last week in a hospital at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. When Capt. Anderson left Marinette on Monday evening,with a towbarge, bound for Georgian Bay, he was to all appearances in good health. Wihen the tug reached’ Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.. Friday and while he was at the wheel, he was taken suddenly ill and collapsed in the pilothouse. A landing was made and he was rushed to the hospital, but he continued to fail and the same' night passed away. The remains were shipped to his home at Marinette, where he leaves a wife and family to mourn the loss of a good and loving husband and father. Capt. An­ derson was well known in the Green bay region, where a host of friends will feel a pang of sorrow when they hear of his untimely death. The funeral was held fro...

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 — 1 June 1916

\\ *AGE TWO THE STURGEOlf BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE l, 1916, *S5*Stwrecon » a $ Htwocate » E'-JP»bllBhe() Every Thursday at Sturgeon ■ Bay. Wis, ____ Intered In th e Post-office a t Sturgeon .Bay, Wis., aa second-class m atter. .. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: .. -Olte year .......... $1.60 tCIIX months .........................‘....................... 75 ^ ^ o u r m onths ............... . . . . . . . — . .50 T w o m onths ................................................25 .•In g le copies ................................... .05 Two dollars will be charged if not • • I d w ithin the year. .111 TILEY S. LONG. Business Manager. •fcurgeon Bay, Wis., June 1, 1910. Keep after the.fly- the time. -first, last and all There is one satisfaction to be de­ rived from the wet spring, such as we %ave had this year, and that is there is *o' one worrying over forest fires. I t would appear that the gasoline tractor on the fann is destined to take the place of the horse. It is in line with the progress of...

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

Tfl® STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE i. m e . pa g e r a n * State News in Brief For participating in: a charivari eight offenders were given a ride in the auto patrol a t Beloit and when they appear-* ed in court were fined_J2 and coats. ' Three deaths in one day in the &me . block were recorded at Green Bay’ on Friday when Johana ■ Verbuckle, 65 years old A rthur' Zilles, 20 years old, and Edwin Derenne, 15 years old, euc-* cumbed within a short space of time. Assemblyman Charles' F. Ploegen of Seymour, died on Friday5, following an illness of about ten days. He had been . ill with pneumonia and while his con­ dition was known to be serious it was thought up to the last that he Would survive. The lS-months’-old child of Mr. and Mrs. George Schmidt, of Clintonville, fell in a water trough and drowned. This is the second accident to be met with by children of Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt, for in 1911 a 8-year-old girl burned to death. Lightning struck the residence of Mrs. Antone Delorm...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 June 1916

iYAGE FOB* ,THE STURGEON BAlf ADVOCATE. JO SE 1, IJ ,„ • ? Personal Items Wim. ifes8 «as an over Sunday visitor from Detroit Harbor. M. Peffcr was a'business caller from „- Jacksonport Saturday. , Heinrv Keppler, of Forestville, spent last Saturday in the city Mr. and Mrs. A). Schrauck were over . -fiundav visitors from Green Bay. Arthur Wilsin was _ here visiting friends from Baileys Harbor Friday. Judge Henry Grnass of Green Bay . was in the city Wednesday between trains. Chas. Jess came down Saturday from ’ Detroit Harbor to attend to business .•aatters. « wveral head of live stock for shipment outside fW t day. . . Mis. Alex, Anderson went, to Milwau­ kee on Monday to spend Memorial Day. Aaron Aronin, who is “Said, to have a light attack of typhoid, isjilciing nice- lv. •\" L. Basten of Green' Bay, made a busi­ ness Vjsit here this week.- lie was for­ merly a resident of this city. , .Mrs’. A. B. Min r returned, Saturday after visiting at Milwaukee and Edger- ton, Wis., for...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 June 1916

THE STURGEON BA'S ADVOCATE. jUNE l. isie. PAG* PIV* trfr. Have Tennis Clubs— .‘ The Chae, ‘.Greisen 'family- and a few friends have formed*a/tennis club. They are arranging if )r a coVit a t the Greisen home and expect to have some very in­ teresting contests. . Contribute to the Pension Fund.— Eighteen of the teachers of the pub­ lic schools of this city contribute to the pension fund and the /total quarterly collection aggregates $105.45, this being paid within the week. Sixteen of the . teachers ocntribute one per cent of their salaries and two of them pay two per cent. v Made Improvements.— - Dr. Egeland has had considerable im­ provements made in'the lawn and sur­ roundings at his hospital in the city in the past week or ten days. E. C. Hut­ to' has. charge of the work as gardener and the change is very pleasing to the eye of the passerby and the patients at the institution as well. New Summer Resort.— A new summer resort will be opened a t Sister Bay next month and the ne...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 June 1916

PA G E §IX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JUNE l, lgie. 3?ort*u. S E rbW B TH E FABTV. W e'll .meet a t the p arty tonight. And I. w ith h eart heavy as lead. Shall see him w ith face all alight W ith joy at beholding Grace Redd. W hile she, sm iling brightly a s May, Looks at him. then coyly looks down, I, loathing the part which I play. M ust smile upon Archibald Brown. I doubt not the ring which I sent To Howard in anger Will be Soon given to Grace. I’m content I’ll show him I'm £lad to be free. I 'll view w ith the gayest of all Tonight: and in moments to come My ,te ars shall for him never fall .My heart shall be m erry—or dumb. A FTER TH E PARTY. I t filled me With'- deepest surprise : To see him turn front the fair Grace' And fasten his eloquent eyes A gain’ as of old' on my fa c e A nd when' from the others apart* I stole to the window to hide Sly . feelings’ how bounded my h ea rt To hear his dear voice a t my side. N o w here ■ on my finger again I s shining the. sam e dear...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 June 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 1, 1916. PAGE SBVEIT |a r m amTJBorar ■ p a p . Dad is.an old fashioned sport . Has no manners,of the court . L ikes to e a t In- h is sh irt sle e v e s E very m eal, and Ije \"believes H e sh ould sa y ju s t w h a t he thinks, Bpite o f m other's nud ge, and . w inks. H e is n ot w e ll v ersed in Greek P lain old Y ankee doeS he speak And h is ru les o f etiq u ette— T h ey h ave, not been pub lish ed y et. You can a lw a y s hear him chew D rink* o u t o f h is saucer, too. And he doesn't m ind a bit \"When you ca ll him down fo\"r it. T akes old fash ion ed rem edy F or w h a t a ils him . S a y s th at he Can’t see m uch in th is new \"thought,” Though, o f course, he ought. H e’s n ot very lo n g 'o n sty le . And h e w ears no fine silk tile, In terest in a rt to him I s naugh t b u t a s illy w him : H e’s m ore taken up w ith cooks T han w ith m u sic or w ith books P o lish is not in h is line, B ut, I ’ll tell you, frien d s o f mine, W...

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 — 1 June 1916

■m PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY , ADVOCATE. JUNE i , 191*. I The road work under the supervision of Contractor' L. P. Nbeel is' getting 1 along finely, good headway being made. J auto, refused to gi any farther. On ex- | a mining the ear all over it was found Mrs. Herman Forrev left for her home it had no gasoline, so the couple had at Sheboygan last Friday. . i to walk home. Next time examine your Rev. Stubonoll of Ephraim held En County News BAILEYS HARBOR glish services here last Sunday evening. A number of our town people attend­ ed field day, at Sturgeon Bay last Sat­ urday, Mrs. Win. Vits and sou Earl, of Man­ itowoc,' spent Monday, ■ with- , 'relatives here. tank before starting. School in the village closed Friday with a picnic. Owing to the threaten­ ing weather it was held at the school house. The teachers. Misses Hattie An­ derson and Mae La Rouche left f r their homes Saturday via Sturgeon Bay to take in Field Day at that place. We understand that neither of them...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 June 1916

' / •-v-y-rt / ' S ' -I ,s • : - y r ^ VOL. 55 NO. 11 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1916. Capt. Alice Breaks Arm While in the !act of fastening a rope •on the Grey's Reef lightship last Friday Capt. Peter D. Ance accidentally fell into one of the steel hatches on the boat and suffered a very badly broken arm. Owing to the heavy storm which was blowing, they were unable to get to a doctor and Mr. Ance was forced to suffer severe pain for about 24 hours or more. He was taken to Charlevoix, Mich, where a physician set the frac­ ture, and he is now here with his family, having been given’leave of absence un­ til his arm is entirely mended.. W .S. Taylor in Port. The steamer W. S. Taylor, Capt. Theo. Krumm, lay in port last night, coming in from Green bay for shelter. She had the steamer Nerita in tow, and the two were bound for Boston, having been pur­ chased for service along the coast. On their way down the seas washed over the Nerita and Thursday morning Capt. Krumm decide...

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 — 8 June 1916

1 AGE TWO — — THE STPItbEON BAY ABVOCA**. JTOE I, «10. ^ ' ’ ‘\\ ' ^ M RGI fi^&turgeon ®as Hbvocate rrtlliiln il Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay. Wis. _____ to tered in th e Post-office a t S tu rg e o n Bay,. W is., &b seco n d -class m a tte r. KA TES O P S U B S C R IP T IO N : One y e a r ...................................................... *1-5S ' B ta m o n th s ....................................................... P a o r m o n th s ............ -50 ■ * ro m o n th s ............................... 25 ■ In g le copies .................................... .05 T w o d o lla rs w ill he c h a rg e d If n o t B ald w ith in , th e y ear. pCDLfey S. LONG, Business Manager. flbngeon Bay, Wis., June 8, 1916. Lest we forget—swat the fly, and poi- «on the rat. ■ This is the “Queen of Months.5’ Let “Ba trust that she will live up to the same. H ag Bay on June 14, next Wednes- day. See that the stars and stripes are ^splayed on every flagstaff. The war news is crowde...

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 — 8 June 1916

■■■ - *■ ' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE.-JUNE *,1916. State News in Brief As a reaalt of a meeting of the Fox River Valley Efficiency league the city officials of Appleton, Neenah, Menasha and Kaukauna will lie requested to close the saloons on Sunday. : Robert Strutz, of Cecil, this state, aged 28, a sawyer at the I. Stephenson mill at Wells. Mich., vras killed Thursday morn­ ing /when a log which was on the car­ riage broke,1 flew from the carriage, and struck 'the sawyer in the stomach. An application, asking full pardon for John Dietz, serving a twenty-year sen­ tence in the state prison at Waupiin for the murder of Oscar Harp in 1910 at the time of the famous xaid on the Cameron Dam farm home of Dietz, was filed with Gov. E. L. Philipp last week. The common council of Neenah will son call for bids for the purchase of a motor truck to be used by the fire de­ partment. A combination chemical en­ gine and hose truck is desired. At the last municipal election it was voted...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 June 1916

SAGE FOUR THE STURGEON BAY ADyOCATE.JUNE.8, 1916. WEST SIDE and VICINITY Body Arrived Here .Monday. ' . ” Rctcr.,^sti8.HiiJ^m8' us?tha we got The i^Mins-of the la te Raypbjk% nr-bf wrong regiment in tl^ tc m publish tis arrived here on the morning train ed concerning him last wee . Mondav, and was taken directly from I a member of the 3Cth Wisconsin and not “ * 1 theslSth. Rev. Qardner and wife, accompanied by Misses Pearl TostensoB and , Ada Berg took their departure Tuesday morning for an auto trip to Milwaukee and other intermediate points. Mr. and Mrs. D. Leslie McLennan and little son Donald,, ferrived here from Tripoli, Wis., on Saturday and will spend a couple of . weeks visiting with tie former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan. McLennan. The Sawyer Implement company this week sold a five furrow disc plow to Lawrence & Bingham. This is the first implement of its kind to be used in this county and will be pulled by a Bates •Stfteel Mule.” Mrs. Rev. F. Schumann and Mrs. Win. Sch...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 June 1916

Ifig STURGEON BAYADVOCATE. JHUE 8 , 1916. PAGE FIVE Church Supper.- The Ladies A|A of the Tanuh Luth­ erandhinrch. willJgjve a full supper.jit ‘ the 'church echooT on next Thurefdajr, . June- ljith.J- to -which everyone is j'cor-* dially invited. : Bath House Opens.*—. The hath^he^se. wras opene.d on June let, and is', again in charge ot~W. A. Sanderson, who has put the place in ’ shipshape and now all that is needed is warm weather. He says that the hot-1 • tom is fine, this year. , ' Is-Still in Business.— Arthur McKercher is still in'business, notwithstanding reports to the contrary. 'H e has rented rooms in the Martin De- hos building, where the stock of furni- ' ture was moved and where he will con­ tinue to cflrry on' the business. . Fifth Grade Picnic.— . Members of the fifth grade, together - with their teacher \"and friends,'enjoyed :a pleasant picnic a t the '^ n ^ ta in ff^1n last Saturday. They took along a splendid lunch, which, added to the beau­ tiful place they se...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 June 1916

PAGE . : ' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 8, 1916 TIfoe Captain's Cfoavae Extract from District Orders, grumbled now*and then at the weight Pietermaritzburg, May 19, 1370. jo* ***« ammunition, saying-it ought to “Chpt. Ellicott, without delav to Maj.]l)e s0Ut 011 an ox 'a£°n instead of a %'r -y i* e . mule cart. He was afraid the springs Manley, chief paymaster, .n order to re- ^ ^ ^ ^ £ ^ ceive instructions tlmt wilt be conveyed ,lon.ever with ftI( ocoasio„al draught of to'him by that officer. In obedience to the foregoing, I pro- .■sented myself at the head office of the army pay department and requested to lie shown to Maj. Manley’s room. ■“Good morning, sir,” I said, on being admitted. - ”1 am directed to report my­ self to you.” ■“Yes, Ellicott,” answered the ever cheery chief, who had always kindly words of advice and encouragement to offer those who served under his orders. . “T am- about to detail you for a diffi­ cult and somewhat dangerous duty. Money jnust be...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 June 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JURE 8,1916. PAGE SEVEBf j a m # a d e n an d . * B A S T . ■ W here did you come from baby,’ deaf? O ut of th e everyw here Into the-here. W here did you get your eyes b o blue? O u t of th e . sky as I cam e through. W h at m akes the lig h t in them sparkle and spin? Some of the. s ta rry spikes le ft In. W here did you g et th a t little tear? I found it w aiting w hen I got here. W h at .makes your forehead so sm ooth and high? A s o ft hand stroked it as I w en t by W h a t m akes your cheek like a w arm . w hite rose? S om ething b e tter than-anyone .knows. , W hence th a t three-cornered sm ile of bliss? T hree angels gave me a t once a kiss. W here did you g et th a t pearly ear? God spoke and it cam e out to hear. W here did you g et those arm s and hands? Love made itse lf into hooks and bands. F eet, w hence did- you come you darling things? F rom the sam e box as the cherub’s w ings. H ow did they all ju s t come to you? God thoug ht about ...

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 — 8 June 1916

PAGE e ig h t THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE. JUNE 8, 1916. } ■ UNDERSUITS Comfort / Appearance, Perfect Fit . Summer Comfort ai)d . Ap­ pearance depends uppn*the . fit and texture of the ynder- Suit. ■ VICTORIA Undersuits fit smoothly over every curve of the figure,' yet do not bind. 7 • •.? There is plenty of cloth' to give to the movements of the Body but not enougfg. to sag and wrinkle. . , The material* are gauzy in texture , vet ducablft ..All points of'strain.are:: rdnroreedto double strength ■ ... W e will show you VICTORIA Undersuits in all die stylish cuts at prices you have been accustomed 10 paying. '. • r. ■ C. GREISEN St A MEDICAL BOOK FREE By DR. N. A. GODDARD. Dr. GODDARD. M'jus^ odern Methods of treating Chron ic Diseases without operation, baa lcome from the pen of Dr. Goddard, , the Milwaukee Specialist as well fas \"instructive little books the Joe- .tor has ever written. If' .you are a sufferer from appendi c i t l s, Gall 7 ’ Stones, Colic, . Goiter, or Ch...

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