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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 August 1916

:v. THE STURGEON BA* ADVOCATE. AUGUST, 31, 1916. State News in Brief Mrs.. Wenzel Jerabek, one of the well- and respected residents of Ke­ nt her koine August 20. Death terminated illness of over a year’s duration, though she had been her bed only a few A ferocious dog owned, it is said, by Joseph Kobas, attacked the 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Konop of Oconto so fiercely strenuous efforts were made to save the lad’s life. The dog jumped a t the boy’s throat and tore it so badly the windpipe w Although finished less than two years ago, Mason street bridge a t Green Bay, was declared to be unsafe in a report made h y E. J. Barton, examining engi­ neer. The structure cost $175,000. Re­ pairs are being made. The contractor says neglect or failure to keep up the draw cams In a race with Max Schmitz of Mani­ towoc, to see who would get into the waters of English lake first, Walter Kroenig 18, a Milwaukee lad won. But the victory was fatal to the young man, for after coming ...

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 — 31 August 1916

fc&GE FOUR THE STURGEON BAY ADV0CAT&. AUGUST, 31, 1910. T : ' r . . ’ ’ ? WEST SIDE and VICINITY Alfred Nenvillo on ’Wednesday went to Green Bnv to spend a few days on busi­ ness and pleasure. Miss' Mabel Thompson arrived home last week from Chicago, and will remain until Labor Day, September 4. : Dr. E. C. Humko rebtirned home S at­ urday from a business trip to Detroit, Mich., where, ho spent several days, • Miss Gustaf Backey of Los Angeles, Cal., is visiting a t the home of her brother Albert and sislter, Mrs. Edwin Bebeau. The stork deposited a baby boy a t the home of Chas. Wilson on Saturday, and there is naught but happiness in the household. Miss Florence Peterson took her de parture on Tuesday for Vermillion, N. D., where she will again be engaged in teaching school. Misses Elsie Dietz, Anna Kester and Lucille Kester, all of Green Bay, arrived here on Monday and are visiting a t the John Simon home. ' Edward Johnson of Chicago is spend­ ing a couple of weeks wit...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 August 1916

THE STURGEON BAT AOVOdAXJB. AUGUST, 31, 1916. PAGE FIVE Labor Day ‘Monday.— ' S?, Next Alpnday is Labor Day, onttvbieb occasion tbe stores, will be. closed im prop­ erly observe the event., ^ • New Telephone Directories.— Manager Meverden, of the local tele­ phone exchange, informs us that the new \"telephone directories will be ready for distribution, shortly after September 1, when all patrons will be supplied with a copy. Move Into ’New Quarters.— Joseph MeNeeley on Monday moved into his new building on-Cedar • street, -which will also be occupied by L. H. Ne- bel, who likewise moved his electrical goods -into the .new quarters the first of the week. - Scouts Return.—- The Boy Scouts, who spent the week - camping in the State Park, returned home on Saturday, after a very pleasant outing. There was about thirty in the troop, and they were looked after by Edward S. Reynolds. New Ford Hjere.-y^ Moeller’s garage now have on display the new 1917 Ford. I t is indeed- very , much diff...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 August 1916

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. AUGUST, 31, 1916. GOD V H B B B S S A R S B . The doctor's hopes rose! His was no great heiress, then, Bet apart from any poor man who scorned fortune- hunting! She was a poor girl who sew­ ed for a city Ann, and would not eat the the hand bread of dependence front even loving hands/ At dinner he was introduced to her, Mrs. Wistar informed him that the Miss Gardiner who • was in the room next his hod fallen on the ice and broken her leg most devoted It is so sweet to know. When we are tired and when of pain ides on our hearts, and when we look in vain For human comfort, that the Heart Di­ vine \\ Iitiu lu-liuil llll IIIK uuu SUI1 understands these cares, both yours and Mjas Mabc, wfts ^ *** m,ne' nurse, Not only understands, but day by day. “They’re two sweet girls,” Mrs. Wis Lives With us while we tread the earth- *nr said, “though they must be poor. ly way They sew for a living, and such lovely Bears with us all our weariness, and embroidery I...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 August 1916

■?/■■'s'- XHE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. AUGUST, 31, 1918. PAGKS«VH| Personal Items [Continued from Paso Five.] Henry Maples spent a few days this week out a t the Hans Kelson home a t L ittle Harbor. George P eters and family of W est Al­ lis are visiting w ith relatives in this city. . ' '. - Miss Lucy Sibree returned to Kewau­ nee Tuesday morning' afte r spending the week end w ith relatives here. Mrs. Geo. M ikel and children, who have been- visiting relatives here/ left today for their home in Springfield, I1L Prof. iSaukup returned this week from his vacation and is busy completing a r­ rangements for the opening of school . next Monday. ' - / Mrs. A. C. Greaves and children- ex­ pect to move into the city in the near future to make their home during the w inter months. Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Symons are en-* joying an extended visit from the lat- te r’s mother, Mrs. Bertha Bassett, who arrived last week from Appleton. Mrs. C. L. Benedict on Tuesday to turned to her home in...

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 — 31 August 1916

' • 1 ' ■ THE STURGEON BAY A H ^CA TE AtfGUSTi 31, 191*. [Continued from F irst Page] QEJTERAi M ABINE NOTES Indiana Shoal gaa and bell buoy is reported not burning, and will bo re­ lighted as soon as practicable, accord-* ing to the lighthouse inspector of this district. Edward Kline, a deckhand on the steamer Colgate, fell into the river at Milwaukee, and was drowned. He was 25 years old and lived in Buffalo. Hi3 body was recovered. The steamer Gettysburg with the bar­ ges Alexander Anderson and Arenac, are on the way to Montreal from Lorain— their last trip on the Great Lakes. Af­ ter discharging at Montreal they will load with pulp for New York. Suit may be brought against owners of the coal boat Richland Queen for the death of Fireman Albert Sercomb. Gas in the boiler room forced Sercomb to come up for fresh air and he fell into the hold, breaking his neck, while the boat was unloading coal a t Green Bay. The second cargo of its kind to be brought to the port of Milwaukee ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 August 1916

V THE STURGEON BAYAIVOCATl£,| AUGUST, 31, 1916. PAGE NDfE f a m t e c lc n and pftomr THE EDITOR'S BECOBD. The editor died and went to heaven,: But stood outside the gate Because he hadn’t the nerve to knock And thought th at he would wait Till some other mortfflk^ cariie along . He’d then see w hat tney’d do, And If they entered, the pearly gate He thought, he m ight slip through. He watched the vast procession pass Up to the portals wide,' ■While P eter’told Bome.they were up too high, - And others he took Inside. The editor, weary of waiting so long, Finally got la line To see If Peter would accept him then\" Or would “with thanks” decline. He heard the sweet volce.d angels sing. His eyes filled to the brim. ■ He shivered and shook in agony, Knowing his chances slim. \"Ahat\" said Peter. \"An editor here?” (He laughed w ith pure delight.) “Why, certainly you may come right in, For all you did was write.\" —Coopersville Observer. GROWING TIMOTHY. Timothy ordinarily is grown i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 31 August 1916

TI*A D A liiK ln C ta n ith u 1116 IteiiaDie alalluD j —NVAL’S A.hcaltby liver means a healthy body~**brpid liver not only re- suits in constipation, severe head­ aches stomach and bowel troubles ■but may lead to jaundice. When your liver is o f NYAl/S LIVER LIVER PILLS They stimulate the liver to re­ newed activity and have a bene­ ficial effect upon the kidneys, bowels and stomach as well.- The system is rid'of impurities, the appetite is increased,'and the food is absorbed and excreted in the proper manner. , Small, but effective, pills that anyone can take. , Fifty ■ pills to the bottle-7-25 cents. V Whatever a good drug store ought to have—and many things that other drug stores don’t keep— year’ll find here. Come to us first' and you’ll get what you want. 111111 I H H - l l l H i Registered Guernseys A few always for sale. ’ Inquire of ■ The Big Hill Farm ■ ■ A. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. H E FARM MOULTON B. GOFF, Prop. Sturgeon Bay iiiiimmmiHM**- By DR. N. A. GODDARD. MAP...

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

3B8TABHSIIEP at Sturgeon Bay,Septeifrbftr 15-20 T H E 55thYear VOL. 55 NO. 24 • Small Fruit Boat Founders. ./.Thef little steamer Louise M, which WSa nrigageA'in carrying fru it from Ben' ton Harbor, Mich , to Racine, .got caught out in th e : heavy • southwester, th a t swept over Lake Michigan last week Tuesday night, sprang a Ieaki and foundered in midlake. • The crew took to the yaw l and a fte r ‘being buffeted about by the im­ mense waves all night, were picked up b y th e steam er American, .which was bound from South Chicago to Buffalo! The men were transferred to th e fishing tu g W illiam H. Pugh and taken to Ra- . cine, their borne -port, the same after­ noon. ' Louis Blish, engineer, was washed overboard as he emerged from the en­ gine room, and was in the w ater cling irig to a crate of inuskmelons nearly an hour before his shipmates, Captain John McCullen and William Andrews, reached him with the small boat. The Louise M, waS an old vessel and the •heavy .sea broke ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 September 1916

*AGE TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 7, 1915. ' 1 ' , 5*£titrocott Bay Hbvocatc P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg e o n B ay , W ls. E n te re d In th e I’ost-offlco a t S tu rg e o n B ay, W ls,, a s se co n d -c la ss m a tte r. R A T E S O P S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year ......................... ■ .... U.jjO S ix m o n th s ..........................................................75 F o u r m o n th s ........... .50 T w o m o n th s ......................................... .26 8 in g le ' copies ......................................... 05 T w o d o lla rs w ill bo c h a rg e d lr n o t p a id w ith in th e year. -D U D LEY S. L O N G - P u b lis h e r A d d re ss a ll c o m m u n ica tio n s to T h e S tu r­ g eon B ay A d v o cate, S tu rg e o n B a y .W ls. Sturgeon Bay, IVis., September 7, 1916. already, burdened with about all it can stand without placing this addition­ al tax upon it. The big turn-out of boosters' on Mond- day that- too...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 September 1916

TB£ STURGEON BAT ADVOCAT*. SEPTEMBER 7, 19X6. PAGE THRUf '. \\ : State News in Brief t, Clara, 3, daughter of Henry Bartzen, was perhaps fatally burned a t Sheboy­ gan^ while playing with matches Thurs­ day, when visiting in the country. Her mother and the hostess were also badly burned. Harold Winter, age 43 years, son of A. E. Winter general manager of a local hardware company, was perhaps fatally injured on a road near Green Bay, when a roadster in which five persons were riding overturned Wednesday night, while its occupants were returning from a dance.' Winter sustained a fractured spine and 6ther injuries. The others es­ caped injury. Charged with having embezzled 962.03, of city money, Edward W. Jans­ sen, city clerk of DePere, was arraigned in Municipal court last week Wednes­ day morning. His accounts have been under investigation for some time, and the charge of embezzlement was formal­ ly'm ade on Wednesday. Janssen en­ tered a plea of not guilty, and his case ' w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 September 1916

m j g e f o u r THE STURGEON BAT AUTQCATB. (SEPTEMBER 7, 1916. WEST^SIDE and VICINITY Mrs. Anton ChristofersonDies. Mrs. Anton Christoferson died a t an early hour on the* morning of August 31, the ’cause being a complication of dropsy and cancer. She passed away nt the Peoples hospital. ' She was taken ill last winter and about a couple of months ago was taken seriously sick, suffering intense pain, not­ withstanding th a t she had the attention of the best medical skill th at could he procured. She bore her suffering with Christian fortitude, and passed away surrounded by loving children. Mrs. Christoferson. was bom ncarChris liana, Norway, October, 1855, (her maid, en name being Augusta ThomaSbn), where she spent her life until 1881, when she came to this country^ locating in the neighborhood in which she died. In 1884 she was united in marriage to An­ ton Christoferson., This union was blessed with three children, a llo f whom, w ith the husband, survive. These arc Mrs. Chris....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 September 1916

THE STDRGEOH BAY- ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 7, J916. --1 ■\"■!•-'- ■’ J- ■ . _ . '•- ■•â– •i- ' ■ . _____ PAGEFIVE ‘ \"'- ' - - •' W. C. T. U. Meetaig^-- j . ■ . A meeting of fhe-W. C. T. U .w iilm eet with'Miss Mary. Reynolds nextTu^sday morning. ‘ ■'■■■S » yG ' ■ Heavy Rain Does Good.— l. * A heavy rain . visited this region a t an early hour on Friday morning'' and did thousands of dollars worth of good to the pastures and late potatoes. The ground was extremely dry, aiid the moisture soon disappeared. Celebrating Kermis.— . The celebration Of the Kermis is oc­ cupying thfe minds of the people in the Eouthem hnd of the county this week. The Kermis’ ‘or. Harvest Festival, is a three day celebration which is-held an­ nually by^he.* Belgian people and is looked forward to every year as a great event. . Dr. Huff Sick.— Word has reached here that Dr. F. C. Huff was sick for a short while, having contracted a light attack of the fever from the excessive heat. His ca...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 September 1916

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY AilVOCATe! .SEPTEMBER 7, 1916. A’ottvjl. h o m e h a s o b o w w so s rn .1 .. I’ve lost the way of it, somehow— The way of yesterday, And all the world seems crooked now ■When the kids are away I know they're havlnp a grand time On bloom-starred plain and hill, \"With the streams to wade and trees to climb—- • \\ But home has grown so still. it is so still in every room! ■ So silent in the hall! No laugh rings out across the gloogi, I hear no happy call And nights the stillness weighs on me, And I am filled with carfe— I waht the baby’s shriek of glee, , I, want her tousled hair. The stair creaks in the midnight gloom, 1 Outside the far stars blink— Oh, Just to hear across the gloom, \"Daddy! Me 'ants a jink!” / How gladly I would rise and go And get the drink, and b e / Glad to be roused from slumber so. When she hugged .up to me! I love to hear the songs of spring, I love the nights of June When the wild bird is on the wing, And all the world's in tu...

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

THE STUS6E0H BAYADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 7, 1916. PAGE SEVini Jam amI $m t THE SPZDSB m ITS HOTTSE. Rev. James Deans. I watched a spider spin his web Across the window pane ' I dashed It to the ground, and - - Lo! he started o'er again. ■He spun a fob of silver threat \"With charm of glossy white. And oh! how hard that spider worked\" Across my glass that night! He ran across, then up, then down. Across, then up again I cannot say how often that He traveled o’er the pane. ~ Then, starting at . the glossy charm Which now his centeij, beam. He ran around, around, around, And left an endless seam Then lo! when he had reached the edge \"With pride he looked it o’er, And seemed to say, triumphant-like, “I’ve built my house once morel” So, as I looked upon that house Now built of silken web, I -gathered up life’s shattered ends And said, “X am not dead. W hat tiny 'Master Spider done Upon my window pane . When all seemed lost, so X can do!— I’ll work and win.again.” ' Thus I am striving on a...

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

- SEPTEMBER? ' ■ * ■ * y - ?«u' MAPLEWOOD j ews WASHINGTON, ISLAND. Coopman is having his barn re- and Frank Wester is doing the ■ SHARMIKIG a re'th e new The Reliable Standby : —nval’s -' jkheMt$y%er means a. healthy body—a torpid- liver not only re­ sults in constipation, severe liead- aclies stomach and bowel troubles , but may lead to jaundice. When your liven Is sluggish think of NYAL’S LIVER LIVER PILLS —and g et them , They stimulate the liver to re- , newed activity and have a bene­ ficial effect upon the kidneys, bowels and stomach as well,. . The system is rid of impurities, the appetite is increased, and the food is absorbed and excreted in the proper manner. Small, but effective, pills that anyone can take. Fifty pills to the bottle—25 cents. • : Whatever a good drug store ought to have—and many things that other drugstores don’t keep— you’ll find here. Come to us first and you’ll get what you want. w i n i m m i i PLANT I GOOD RYE OUR WISCONSIN J PEDIGREE RYE !...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 September 1916

mmmtm- eon J-H E 5 5 t h Year ■ ? ■■ -— 2 — — ■ . n r r t e i i -. ■•-■. VOL. 55 NO. 25 STURGEON BAY, W IS. THURSDAY. SEPT. 14. 191(5. , $1.50 A YEAR I I HEWS. STEA M ER P E T E R REIS-S STRAMDED ' The big steel steam er P e te r' ijlipBs, C apt. C. P . H ahn strafaded in R o i^ ^ a s - sage W ednesday m orning of la s tt lifpek, w hile bound to Green B ay w ith a. pargo o f coal. ' ' ’V.’s'v There w as a dense fog dn th e la&e a t th e tim e, w hich- accounted T ^ y 'f e e stranding. ,Tbe co ast g u ard jc f e w - a t P lu m Islan d, in com m and of C ap L Chris- tian son, w e n t to th e steam er affcen^fceler* phoning fo r a tu g an d lig h ter ^ o p .th e R eiss. T he m ishap to o k place' - o’clock in th e forenoon, an d W edftebdhy afterno on th e governm ent reven^p eu jtd n TuBcarora arrived on th e scene f e le n d e r -assistance. ' * ■ .-? T hursday m orning th e tu g A labam a of D u luth arriv ed w ith th e big '^O iljlton . lig h ter Reliance from th ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 September 1916

SAGE TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, (SEPTEMBER 14, 19X6. B ^ S tn roeo n g a p B ftv o p ite P ublished Every T hursday a t Sturgeon ' Bay, Wis. JEntered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year .................................... $1.50 S ix m o n th s ....................................................75 F o u r m o n th s ................................................50 tpwo m onths .................. 25 Single c o p ie s ................................................05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG - Publisher Address all com munications to The S tu r­ geon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay,W is. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., September 14, 1916, D R ach B ro s HUQHE8 AND FAIRBANKS. “AMERICA FIRST AND EFFICIENT.\" —Charles E. Hughes. We judge people by their past rec­ ords, not by their promises for the fu­ ture. This is why Judge Hughes will sweep the country. His record as the Republic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 September 1916

XBX STU&GKON BAT ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 14,1918 PAGBTBSKB State News in Biief •Arthur Wittock- aged 24, son • Frank Wittock, ,Wausaukee, was acci­ dentally killed in the steel mill at Cary, Ind., where he was employed. ' /■. Fred Althea, founder of the Two Hir­ ers Reporter and former assessor, died at a Green Bay hospital following an op eration. He was 42 years did. Manitowoc will vote oh a $50,000 bond issue at the November election to pro­ vide funds for purchase of a school site and aid in erection of a new high school! Harold Winter, aged 20, son of E. A, Winter, manager of a Green Bay hard­ ware company, died of a fractured spine caused when he was caught under an au­ tomobile a -Week ago. / ' The bodies of two laborers who were dfowned when they fell from a high bridge across the Merrimac river have .been recovered. The men Were painting the bridge when the-plank gave way. Although the automobile in which they were riding turned bottom side up after rolling down an e...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 September 1916

PAGE FOUR , THE STURGEON. BAT ADVOCATE-(SEPTEMBER 14, lpl«, £ XKPTRMnRP 1* 101K - - KEWS FORTY M m TE® i«« FORTY YEARS AGO. ' A town hall of reasonable dimensions well fitted up for town purposes, is get' ting to bo\" a necessity. John P. Graass has recently added a ■ genuine North American bear to his collection of wild animals. William llalsfead, a practical harness maker, has located in our village for the purpose of carrying on his business. Married.—At Sturgeon Bay, ■ Wist, Sept, !), 1S70. by Rev. E. Blumc, Mr. Luke Stoneman to Mrs. Ellen Maloney. Wim. A. Ives has sold his interest in the new flouring miljl to A. W. Lawrence, who now owns a two-thirds interest, the other interest being owned by Lars Thorkildson. Alex. Gl^m, an employe in Scofield & Co's., mill a t Tornado, had the third fin ger of his right hand cut off above the knuckle joint W ednesday afternoon while working a t a bolt saw, A large number of deer are being kill­ ed in the northern p art of the ...

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