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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 June 1916

VOL. 55 NO. 12 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR HAS A ROUGH TRIP. The schooner City of Grand Haven, Capt. Hans Peterson, had a rough trip while bound from Prentice bay to Chi­ cago with a cargo of posts and ties. ’ She was caught out in the terrific blow' th at swept Lake Michigan on Wednes­ day night of last week, and lost p a rt of her deck load, which carried away her starboard rail. The vessel made good weather of it u n til the storm came up soon after night­ fall on Wednesday. Capt. Peterson, made preparations to meet the gale and con­ tinued on his way, hugging,the east shore as much as possible, the wind being from the eastward. . When off Point Betsey the wind attained the force of a hurricane, the schooner heel­ ing over until her deckload shifted and carried out the rail from the for'ard stays to the cabin.. About 3000 of the \"sleepers” went overboard with the crash. The vessel was put before the storm, running for the Sturgeon Bay , and Lak...

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 — 15 June 1916

^ A G E ' T ^ a « stu iv i cn Bav advocate STURGEON *»tillshed !• •i\\ Thursday at Sturgeon May. Wts. entered In th f I’nst-offiee a t Sttirgedn Bay, AVis . as si-eoniljclnss m atter. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : eA O ne y ear ................ .J1.50 ’vMlx months ........................................... h.apour m onths ......................... .............. \"•euro m onths ....................... . . . . ' ......... M“/w eo dollars will be charged\" if S«ld within the year. sound protective representative, it is to be sincerely hoped. ! . 5 .50 .25 .05 not DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, AVis., June 15, 1916. r epu b lic a n t ic k e t . Vo* Vxwidant!— CXA*X»EB £ . HTJGHXB. Vo* Vlos Fr« aidant:— ___ CBABUES W. H l M I I U . Some of the countries of Europe* ftave ndopted what is culled the- daylight schedule, by shoving'the clocks an hour ahead so that they will he able to en­ joy one more hour of . sunlight. Next September the clocks will be stop...

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 — 15 June 1916

THE STUKGEOK BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 15, 1916. PAGE 1 ‘ ' ' *’ - / / V • , / . ‘ ' ' . ■ . MTSS FLOREXC K PINNEY l*Jiy#it«.«nrf Urometry ' K M R . RUDOLPH SOUKUP : : - Principal • ‘ v \\ . -V ‘ '* ' ' \\ •!, 1 1 ' ■‘^ 0 K . . ■ : •. - - , *•.•••••. ,rt- . v-v ,- MISS CAROLINE RISTINE V, illiam Daisy W elter • ? . • l - . ■' M1£S JESSIE FRANZ Latin and German . MISS DOROTHY GREGORY • ' English A MISS ELIZABETH JOHNSON ^ ' * Commercial . . _ _ SUSS LYDIA NEDBAUER • Music-: ami Drawing ——. MR. JdHN' BACKEY ... .Manual'Training ' ■ L , : ' - ' -3 f

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 — 15 June 1916

( *AGE FOUR THE STUr J e ON BAY ^V O CA TS. JONE 15, 1916 WEST SIDE and VICINITY GERMAN LUTHERAN ANNIVERSARY Local Synod Passes Quarter Century Mark Since Organization- Large Congregation. Twenty-five years ago, under the di­ rection of Dr. J. Kaiser, a small \"band o f German Lutherans incorporated n church organization under the name Ger­ man Evangelican Lutheran St. Peters diurch of Bay View, Door county, Wis., of which nobody knew, if it would live or die. Previous to this the few Ger- man settlers were served occasionally, by traveling missionaries and pastors o f Kewaunee county, till the synod de­ cided to place the above mentioned man ia this field. -When private houseB became too small to accommodate the growing con­ gregation the Norwegian Lutherans kindly permitted their German brethem tq use their .church building for public worship,, tiir they could erect a church of their own. This was done in 1891, and in the fall of- the year the congrega­ tion, which now number...

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 — 15 June 1916

THESTUHGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 15, 1916. * PA0E FIVE District Schoo) Meetings.— • The annual meeting of the directors of all school' districts -will he held the first Monday in July this year instead of in June as heretofore. Postpones Meeting.-— .The regular meeting of .the Utility commission was adjourned from Mon - day to Friday evening, at which time, it is understood matters of importance are to come /up. Association Meetsjr- -The Bayside ’Cemetery association held their annual meeting on Monday after­ noon in the council rooms. H., A. Stiles ’ and Edward Reynolds were re-elected as directors S. G ScbfieTd is' president, L. M \"Washbunij/tree.surer and C. L. Nel­ son, treasurer/',' •... - Buys Solomon/Store.— '' A deal is expected to he closed this week whereby./Sust Seidetnqnn will be­ come the owhtr of the Frapk Solomon grocery and .notions store ■P0T the Dana Implement shop. Gust is a fine congen­ ial fellow an d ’will no doubt make a suc­ cess of his : nbw venture. L...

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 — 15 June 1916

I*A ge s ix THE1 STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JPHE 15, 1916, MEN NAMED AT CHICAGO PLEASEG.O.P. Hughes and Fair­ banks Nominated. ONLY THREE BALLOTS. Platform For Americanism and Preparedness. FAVORITE SONS WITHDRAW. Governor Whitman’s Speech, Nom­ inating Charles Evans Hughes. Sketches of the Candidates For President and Vice President. Mr. Hughes’ Letter of Accept­ ance. , Chicago, June 10. — Charles Evans Hughes of New York for president and Charles Warren Fairbanks of Indiana for vice president, the men nominated by the Republican convention here, are greeted with approval by party mem­ bers throughout the country. Ehch man has held high office, the former as governor of New York and associate justice of the United States supreme court and the latter as senatoc^from Indiana and vice president of the Unit­ ed States. The latter held his former high office In the second administra­ tion of President Roosevelt, from 1905 to 1909. From the time the ..first ballot was cast In the Repu...

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 — 15 June 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCAf&rJUNE IS, 1916. PAGE SEVEN ail State News in Brief Wisconsin annually raises and cans, ready for household use, 37'per cent of the nation’s supply of green peas, or eighty-three and one-quarter million While observing the anniversary of his -wedding by a summer excursion to Lake Lacommedue, Melvin C. Wells, La Crosse, was killed by lightning. Mrs. Wells and a party of friends were unj hurt. John Beck, aged 31, of Cleveland, stepped in front of an Omaha train at Eau Claire and was- thrown some thirty feet off- the right-of-way? but escaped with a broken arm and a badly wrench ed back. The post office nnd Postmaster Albert Olson’s store a t Star, Prairie, was robbed oh Wednesday of last week. The loot consisted of $500 in stamps, some change, a camera and a quantity of jewelry. As he tried to crosB the swollen wat­ ers of Prebel Creek, little Gerard Fish­ er, son of Joseph Fisher a farmer living near Green Bay, was carried out by the swift current and dr...

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 — 15 June 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE. JUNE 15, 1916. B U C K A3Sm W H ITE. My neighbor. Black, Is a gloomy man, His race and coat or a lengthy cut. And his voice Is low,solemn and slow, And never out or the same old rut All the year round. Alack! alack! A gloomy neighbor Is Sir. Black, If the sun is bright and the sky Is blue. He greets the day with a doleful sigh And looking about, perceives no doubt Signs of a hurricane drawing nigh. All the year round, alack! alack! A gloomy neighbor is Sir. Black. Whenever I'm sad and the world goes wrong, ' And I’m in no humor to laugh or joke, My time I spend, with my saturnine And^tke two ravens wo sit and croak. All. the year round, in my almanac. There are days devoted to Mr. Black. But when I am merry and full of sport. And the world goes well and my heart is light, As a m atter of course I go across The road to sit with my neighbor White. All the year round, so full of glee, A Jolly neighbor he is to me. 'We spin our yarns till the night...

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 — 15 June 1916

farm £Mcn and pome SECOHD CHOICE. ' L e t m e k iss y o u f o r y our siste r : You’re a daintyt little elf. I f I had n o t wooed, and m issed her, I w ould kiss you fo r yourself.' So th is proffered osculation C om eth fro m a com bination O f a p lea sa n t adm iration A nd a love laid on the shelf. To be su re you’re ra th e r y o u th fu l A ll th is .to appreciate. Y ou’re ridiculously tru th fu l— \" T ender Innocence of eight. One unlucky exclam ation. Q uite beyond all expectation. B ro u g h t to lig h t a situ atio n . W hich dccided th ere m y fate. T hose d ark eyes w ould tem p t a Titian, W ith th e tangled cu rls above. Y ou’re a m in iatu re edition O f the g irl I used to love B u t you h ave not reached th e si W h ere y our n orm al occupatioi I s a desp erate flirtation W ith som e poor', delude3./£ove. You a re p retty — and veti know it— W ith those eyes o j^ au sk y hue. P ro b ab ly you w ill/O u tg ro w it: P re tty childrej^often do. N ow you know ^the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 June 1916

TH E STURGEON b a y *' V -: 'I f ? ? ' : [V r U ’' .JU N E: 15, 191$. DR. GODDARD will be at the HOTEL WALDO on Monday, June 19 Consultation is Free. Hours 9:30 a. m. to 7 p. m. THE TRUTH- and the PROOF “ WORDS AND PROMISES ARE ONLY GOOD WHEN BACKED UP BY DEEDS’ Dr. GODDARD. This axiom is just as true today as it was when Socrates uttered it hundreds of years ago. And I attribute my success as a specialist principally to the fact that I never a tte m p t to treat cases' thit are incurable, and second that I back up rn'y claims by absolute proof. } HERE IS THE PROOF: T hey S a y I C ure, Do You B elieve Them? County W R IT E TO TH EM AND SA T ISFY YOURSELF. Such proof can n o t he m anufactured o r im itated. TOLD HE HAD CONSUMPTION : Read This Letter. ' ’ CURED OF RUPTURE. ~ Little Suamlco, Wis., 1-8-12. Dear Doctor:— ivjfter taking: seven treatments, I am entirely cured of rupture, which I had for, Blx yearh, 1 did not lose a mo­ ment’s time from my work, suffered no pain or incon...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 June 1916

VOL. 55 NO. 13 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 22. 1916. THE 5 5 th Year $1.50 _a R LAKE MARINE NEWS. Oldest Schooner on Lake Wrecked. William Aldrich at Last Falls a Victim to the Elernents, Being Driven on Point Epoufette. We are in receipt of a letter from Capt. George' W. Cota, owner and master Of the schooner • William Aldrich, which gives an account of the loss of the old­ est vessel on the Great Lakes. - The death of the Aldrich took place on June 7th, at Point Epoufette, on the west shore at the foot of Lake Michigan. The vessel was loading cedar posts at Davenport, Mich., and was anchored off the west point on the date mentioned when a terrific storm broke shortly af­ ter midnight. The gale was one of the worst ever experienced by Capt. Cota in the twenty-two years in which he lias been sailing, according to his statements. When the wind hit the schooner the anchor chain broke about 40 feet from the hawse pipe, parting as tho it was a half inch rope. The crew immediate...

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 — 22 June 1916

: *• ’• M E TWO sssturaeon SarHtwocftte 'M M lehed Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay. Wis. iDtered In the PoSt-offlce a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., aa' second-class matter. ■jty RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: O ne year -, ..................................... *1.50. C l months ....................................... 75 v p*ur months ........................................... 60 Rwo months .............................................25 • in g le conies ..................................... .06 TWo dollars •will be charged, if not ?*ia within the year.. MRS. PRANK LONG Publisher Address all communications to The Sturgeon Bay Advocate. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., June 22. 1016. REPUBLICAN TICKET. T o r President:— , O U U M E- HVdHES. » o * T ics P rssia e B t^ - ____ OKAXX.SB W . P A H tB A JIW . • Somewhere, the sun is shining—hut riOt around these diggings. -The weather man has done much to ­ w ard keeping the fly down.. I t 1 has been too cold for them to hatch. . -There is an unco...

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 — 22 June 1916

„ ■ r THE STURGEON BAY iDVOCAI*. JTTNE 22, m e . State News in Brief “ While Mr. and M rs,. Glenn Lewis of thetown of Eagle were on the way to a Richard Center .hospital in their automo­ bile the stork overtook them. ' Mother and babe are reported to be “doing welL” Lester Cornell, married, 36 years old, Slightly cut his hand with a jackknife a t Doylestown, Columbia county, a few days ago. Blood poisoning set in and his arm was amputated. He died in the hospital a t Portage, Wis., on Thursday. One of the legs of Melvin Thompson, 27 years old, was pulled off a t the hip when his overalls caught on a setscrew on the drive shaft of a manure spreader he was oiling while driVing in from the field at Mondovi. He died from . the shock. Mary Lorenz, 80 years .old, was struck by an interurban car a t the Five Mile toad, north of Racine and instantly kill­ ed. She had been to a cemetery to deco­ rate the graves o£i relatives. She was thrown against a fence, the impact breaking her neck...

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 — 22 June 1916

~VAGE FOUR THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 22, 1916. WEST Sl6E and VICINITY The Wedding Bells Ring Merrily. Two of Sawyer’s Young Ladies Fall Vic­ tims to Cupid’s Shafts—Wedded on Wednesday. One'*of the prominent wedding events of the season is th at which occurred at th e Corpus Christi church ‘ h ere Wednesday morning a t -9:30 o’clock when Rev. H. N. Pfeifer joined in holy matriinony Eugene J. hfatliy, of Brus­ sels, and Miss Ro^e Fortempts, of this ward. The bride was very prettily-gowned in m dress of white pussy willow silk, with a white train. She wore a veil, caught up with lillies of the valley and orange blossoms, and also carried a bouquet of bridal roses and lillies of the valley. The affair was in the form of what id\" known a |“ g rainbow wedding, and the hridemaid^ Wore gowns of the various hues of the rainbow, and the church and borne were decorated likewise. A t­ tending the bride were Lucy Mathy, who wore yellow Lea Gossart, of Green Bay, who wore pale blue Lill...

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 — 22 June 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 22, -?16. ^fclGS^ilVX- Annual Banquet.— . Tie annual banquet of the stockhold- , era of'the Peoples Store -wili be Iftld at the Hotel Union ■.on Thursday evening, June 29. Invitations'and program will be mailed. • Dr. Alcorn Back.— Dr. R. J. Alcorn, of Sister Bay, who has been attending a surgical' clinic in , Chicago, was in the. city last Sunday-on his way home ft again resume his prac ■ tice ■ Band. Concert Tonight.—. - . Owing to the inability of. some mem­ bers to be present, the band concert which was to have been in Vendqme park last night will be held tonight. This .change is for- this- week only. .’ , r Bishop Weller Here.— -Bishop WjeUer, of Fond du Lac, will hold services next Sunday. June 25 at Odd Fellows hall in the forenoon, cele­ brating the Holy Communion, at 7 :30 a. m., and administering the' rite of con­ firmation at 10:30 a. m. service. Going to War.— IWm. Duclon, a former Sturgeon Bay . v boy, now living at Green Bay, re...

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 — 22 June 1916

PAGE SIX THE STURGEONBAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 23, 19X6. Marino News [Continued from First Page] GENERAL MARINE ITEMS. Owing to improvements being made at Ludington. Mich., to the north break­ water light, a temporary fixed white light will be displayed on ft post from June 15 to June 30. Four fishing trawlers are being con­ structed at, the yards of the Manitowoc Shipbuilding and Drydock company of Manitowoc, \\Yie., for the Bay State Fishing company of Boston.' The boats, all of which will be similar in design, will be 144 feet over ‘all, and 23 feet wide. The steamer Algoma of the . Island Transportation company, St. Ignace, Midi., went into commission last week. She was delayed in getting into com-, mission by a broken wheel,' which .she lost while breaking ice in the Soo last spring aid was unable to get into dry­ dock to have repairs made until this time. Capt. John Leonard'of the schooner . Minerva, from Chicago with a cargo of lumber, reported on arrival at Buffalo, that a man 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 — 22 June 1916

' - i M m i l M at txftm It Calls For Preparedness and Protection of American bights. _ Chicago. Jan® 19.—Following la th e plat* form adopted ,by the Republican national convention: In 1861 the Republican party Btood tor the U n ion ., A s it stood for the onion of atates it now stands for a united people, true to American ideals, loyal to Ameri­ can traditions^ knowing no allegiance ex­ cept to the constitution, to the govern­ ment*and to the flag of the United States. W e believe in American policies at home and abroad. Protection of American Rights. We declare that we believe in and will enforce'the protection of every American citizen In all the rights secured to him by the constitution, treaties and the law of natlona a t home and abroad, by land and . aea. These, rights, which, In violation of the specific promise of their party, made a t Baltimore in 191% the Democratic pres­ ident'and the Democratic congress have failed to defend, we w ill unflinchingly maintain. . . W...

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 — 22 June 1916

PACE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. J ™ ^ « » \\»1A ix it. b x o a v s s a n r s o t s ito 'r tlr .itB . . : i. Oh, my love! M ybeautlful love!- My love with the dark blue eyes! The'Xsyes that shine like the beaming stars ' . In the dark blue summer skies. But blue, or brown, or gray, or black, I am to their color blind I only know, Wherever 1 go. For me they hre always kind. X1T.. Oh, my love! My beautiful love! W ith\"a mouth like Cupid’s bow Sweet with the rose’s balmy breath, And red with the rose's glow. Always she has a kindly word,. And never this bliss I miss, \\ Whatever may come, a pleasant smile And a true and tender kiss. \\ I - III. ’ Oh, my love! My beautiful love! •Her hands are small and white. She has the skill for what she will. And her touch is firm and light Grace and beauty wherever she goes. Those dear little hands can bring B ut the best of all, is, they are mine, And will wear our wedding ring. rv. Oh, my love! My beautiful love! W ith the small and ti...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 June 1916

THE BAT AD^OCATB^JUHE 22, m e . PAGEWnnt Jitm &»YfUn attd Pome rax cnosg. T here a re flowers th a t ne'er shall w hith- . ' er. Blossom s th a t shall ne’er decay They a re found beyond th is planet, I n th e realm s of endless day. If. you fain w ould cull these flowers Bloom ing in Im m ortal bow ers— B ear th e Cross. T here a re frien ds w ho live forev er— F rien d s whom death h ath sen t before, . T hrough th e dark and silen t valley. To a f a r sublim er shore. W ould you have these friends forever B y you r side? and leave them never? B ear th e Cross. T here a re b rig h t and fadeless beauties C onstellated by God’s hand, W here th e w aves’ heavenly m usic Flood w ith melody a land I f you vain, w ould see these beauties, N ever trifle w ith life’s duties— B ear tlle Cross. T here are never-clouded glories— G lories fo r th e good and tru e T here are splendors th a t are grandeur T han th is w orld of ours e’er knew. ■ W ould you, w hen your earth -tie s sever,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 June 1916

..'PAGE'TEN' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. JUNE 22, 191& '1 -to- County News NASEWATJPEE. Menominee, Fish Creek, Ephraim and Sister Bay, —— on the------ STR. BON AMI Sunday, June 25 - Leave Sawyer 6:30 a. m., Stur­ geon Bay 7:00 a. m. Fare for round trip to Menominee 75 cts. Fish Creek/ Ephraim and Sister Bay $1.00. Returning, leave Sister Bay at 3 p. m., Ephraim at 3:45, Fish Creek 4:45 and Marinette at 7 o'clock,..ar­ riving at Sturgeon Bay at 9:15 p. m. Special Rales on Saturday's Boat, leavihgStiirgeon Bay at 8:45 for Menominee, good returning on Sunday nighi ’excursion, of $1.00 for round tripr v. Crate Season Ts Mere! and we are ready to make de- Kvery on 16-qt. Crates. . Also smaller Crates of the 6, 8, 10 and 12-qt. sizes. Carrying Trays On Hand. STURGEON BAY FRUIT PACKAGE CO. J. G. OLL1NGER, Sec’y. ' Patronize - A - Home - Industry An Unfortunate Accident. M r:.and Mrs. Hetman Knrriop and duugiiter Clara were the victims of an unfortunate accident on Friday evenin' of la...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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