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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 September 1916

* ‘ , ,, TBS STURGEOH BAT JUOTOCAXK. SEPTEMBER 14, 19X6. EflffiRS USE GAME. OCONTO DEFEATS LOCALS SUNDAY AT MARINETTE IN FAST GAME. SCORE IS 3 TO 1. Stock Fans Out Fourteen Batsmen. Costly Bobbles in Sixth Throw Away Game—Oconto Loaded Heavily for Contest. Oconto captured the championship of Northeastern Wisconsin in the game played a t Marinette on Sunday after­ noon, but at what a cost—financially. They had five new men in the line-up. Verily they have something to We proud o f in their victory. After alT the abuse that was piled upon the local team by one of their papers, and the statement that they had been robbed of the game over here, they back up their confidence in their tteam by hiring five outsiders td help them win from the locals. Brodie and Cramer, a Wisconsin-Illinois league battery Huebel of Menominee played short Brantigan of Appleton played third, and Lambrecht an imported slug­ ger (?)—he fanned three times—was in right field. The only players on the team that pl...

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 — 14 September 1916

WEST SIDE and VIGINITY i Miss Esther Simon left Monday for Fond du Lac, where she will enter an academy to study music. Miss Irene llnckey left Monday for Hipon, Wis., where she will nttend Ripon -college during the ensuing term. • ' The schooner Alice IL left this morn­ ing for north ports with a load of ce­ ment from the Sawyer Lmbr. Co. Robert Pennock and John Rutz of Tor undo were in town on Tuesday on their way to the State fair at Milwaukee.- “August” Sehmcader’s name is not August but Joseph, notwithstanding that the reporter of The Advocate called him such. Win Hay,,one of the popular knights of the grip, who is well known in this city and vicinity, interviewed hardware customers here 'Tuesday. Dewey Sclijotli is employed as travel­ ing agent for the Deuster Co., liquor dealers of Green Bay, having entered on his new duties last week. Prank Knuth returned home Wednes­ day after a week’s absence, which was spent a t Madison taking in the tractor exhibit and a couple of da...

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 — 14 September 1916

THE STURGEON BAY. )VOCATE SEPTEMBER Stores Will Close.- v Stores ■will lie closed on Wednestlay- H^fcmce' territo^:y?««teBa*Bs^.c6unty is indeed pleased’todiav«“such fti£ablb man 'select- 1 v,7^t $d from within her-holdcrs. .: ' ' * Noelck Moves Office} and Thursday afternoons to pe:m it,th^ Richard A. Noelck is moving Ids rcql r C employes to attend the fair. Marriage Licenses.— License to marry ’ was granted\" this week to Herman Geitner and Elsie The* nell. both of Sevastopol Orby Bouche and Allen Barbeaux, both of- Brussels. Mystic Workers Meeting.-:- ’ ,The Mystic Workers will hold a regu­ lar meeting on Monday, on which occa­ sion JJtate Deputy C. E. Grove of Madi­ son, will be in attendance, and a good turnout is desired. Timer-at State Fair.— / ... ' & ■ Wm^Brann, of Baileys HarbOr, waS^m the city Saturday last on his way, /p Milwaukee. -He is one of the official timekeepers a t the big races of. the sta fair, and was on his way to take up Ada duties for this ...

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 — 14 September 1916

PACE EIGHT THE STURGEON BA’S ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 14, 1916. BIG JUBILEE EVENT. [Continued from F irst Page] History of the Church. The first Catholic priest to visit these shores was in 107-t when Father James Marquette, the great missionary and ex­ plorer, who, in October of that year, came to what is now known as Circle Ridge, and remained there for several days ministering to the Indians and giv­ ing them instruction. No further religion was then scattered over the peninsula until in 1865, when the settlers, although scattered over a large territory, decided to establish - a parish at Sturgeon Bay, and then pur­ chased a tract of four acres from J. La- vussor for which they paid $66.00. This tract now forms part of the City of Stur-* .geon Bay. In 1866 they erected tho first church, a frame building 35x45 feet in size, and here they worshipped, being visited occasionally by a priest from Ke­ waunee. The first resident priest appointed was Rev. Fr. Ferdinand Stern, in the year ...

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 — 14 September 1916

t h b s t u r g e o h b a y a d v o c a t* . S ep tem b er 14, m i : ^ Editorial Com m ent' r Brjran butts, Wilson tuts. Watchful waiting maketh woeful wanting.- ■ Candidate Hughes'doesn’t talk like a tut-tutter. Hughes is hammering and the Demo* • crats are yammering. . - ' The Wilson Administration stands for taxes, and more taxes. The Hughes trail will be cold by the time the Democrats strike i t As a party leader,'would it be fair to refer to J, Ham Lewis as J. “Pork” Lewis? , - , Cftn the folks on the Democratic bahd wagon continue to play by the president’s notes? ■ Bryan says Mr. Hughes’ talks aren’t Judicial. No. The people can under­ stand ’em perfectly. Hughes, says the country can’t be saved by letting it drift That’s where he and W. Wilson differ. Washington reports that a new apol­ ogy has been sent to First Chief Car­ ranza. Looks like a habit. Mr. Bryan is mistaken when he says Hughes is “vitriolic.’’ The candidate Is merely applying the acid test. Political op...

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 — 14 September 1916

WUSETEN THE STURGEON BAT ■JTe «m be great by helping one another, TVe can be loved for very simple Who has the grateful mention of a brother Has really all the honor th at ho needs. We can be famous for our works of kindness, Fame Is not born alone of strength or skill, I t sometimes comes from deafness and, from blindness To' pretty words and faults and loving still. ^ 0 can be rich In gentle smiles and sunny, A jeweled soul excells a royal crown. The richest men sometimes have little money, * And Croesus oft’s the poorest man in town. ' —Edgar A Guest in Detroit Free Press. Selected pijweflnmi. THE RESCUE. A young girl has been captured at her father’s hut, when all the males of the kousebold are absent hunting wolves. Bhd is seized by the Indians, and borne ewiftly away to the encampment of a war party of the Osage's. She is then placed in a \"land canoe” and hurried rapidly forward toward their villages. Among the party . she recognizes one Whose life she had been instrumenta...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 September 1916

THE STURGEOH BAY ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 14, 1916. PAGE EEEVEK $itra t o t a atui p^ome T H E O TH ER E E E l/b W . T h is by As “w orking” Is a sim ple term , common sense defined • “h u stle \"' “g e t there,” “shake a leg”— In language, unrefined. W e’re w orking ■ som ething a ll th e tim e, no m a tter, w h a t we do B u t w atch th e other fellow , fo r he m ig h t he w orking you. B o r instance th e re a re b usiness schem es In w hich you w ould invest Y our 'friend decides to le t you In b e cause he loves you best. ■ H e doesn’t w a n t to m ake a cent—p e r haps i t m ay be tru e B u t keep yo u r eye upon yo ur friend—he \\ m ay be w orking you. Now you of course w ould not abuse the frien dsh ip of a man. B u t w hen you see a dollar you .w ill seize it If you can, You w ould n ot w ork a friend—oh, no— fo r friend s a re very few B u t look* out fo r you r w arm est friend— he m ay be w orking you. You m ay in business have a friend w ho'd sell you goods a t cost H e ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 September 1916

PAGE TWELVE . a' :v I ? + i :-v' tue:'-'stu« gecfe|^ E 1S W B ™ -S g g rg » » H H q .im \" ' J. - . . V BathRobeBlankets nches, colors id gray figurec $3.$0 Very heavy quality, size 72 by-90 inches, colors: blue, brown’ tan, red, green and gray figured patterns, corys for neck and waist. P rice ..-- --------■- T H E S T O R E T H A T S A V E S YOU M O N E Y * i (jlplorss^blue, brown,j gray, red and dark green » patterns, cords fpr the neck and waist to, match, size 72 by 86 inches. ( Price _______ BlariRem mti Comfmts ■ ^v \"• X x A A A X ^ --------- - ..V,- at a Saving of 15 to 2 5 per cent According to ^ Present Market Quotations Read This First and Then Read the Prices The following statement as to markket conditions should interest every one in need of bedding,‘ and’ those who heed this announcement and buy now, will profit according. This store knew Blankets would be scarce this fall, and that the price would be high. We bought Blankets months ago while, the price was...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 21 September 1916

ESTABLISHED National Pay-Up Week in Door County Oct. 2 to 7 ' C v ’ * ?}**--■ ■ '■ . '•â– â– â–  ’ 5 5 t K Y e - r : ' : VOL. 55 NO, 26 STURGEON BAY, W iS , THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR SCHOONER HALL RELEASED. The schooner James Hall, which went ashore at Twin River Point three miles north of Two Rivers on Tuesday of last week, was released on Friday evening. The release of the Hall was effected by a dozen gasoline boats. Capt. Newman, owner of the craft, was the wrecking master, and he was favored with weath­ er of the right kind for the undertaking. (T|he first thing done was to get all the cordwood out of the hold, this, being picked’ up by the fishermen—the deck­ load having, been thrown overboard the day she went on. The small gasoline boats then dredged a channel' for the. vessel and succeeded in floating her into deep water. She was towed to Two Rivers as soon as released. The rescue of the vessel was a lucky stroke, as any kind of wind from the eastward wou...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 21 September 1916

feAGE TWO S'HE STURGEON BAY „ ADVOCATE., SEPTEMBER 21 1,916. ^ S tu rg eo n S5a? Hfcvocate P ublished E very T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. .X n te re d '\"In th e P ost-office a t S tu rg e o n B ay, AVIs., a s seco n d -c la ss m a tte r. RA TES OF SU BSC RIPTIO N: One y e a r ................. .............................. S ix m o n th s .76 P o u r\" m o n th s ............. .50 Tw o m o n th s ........................... .25 S in g le c o p i e s ......................................................05 T w o d o lla rs w ill b e ch a rg e d i f n o t p a id w ith in th e y e a r. DUDLEY S. LONG - 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 Stur- ( e o n .B ay A d v o cate, S tu rg e o n B a y .W la Sturgeon Bay, Wis., September 21, 1916, O F a c h B ros Â¥ HUGHES AND FAIRBANKS. “AMERICA FIRST AND EFFICIENT.” —Charles E. Hughes. Democratic press. Well, lie was govern­ or of New York long enough to give the people some idea wlmt he would hare done, for...

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 — 21 September 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 21 1,916. PAGE THRSS- •State News in Brief Qrrin Myren, aged 11, was probably fatally injured when lacked on the bead by a horse a t the plant of the Lange Canning company a t L a’ Crosse. His skull was fractured. John Novy, employe of the Manitowoc Gas company, died in the hospital at Manitowoc. . A bit of steel chipped from a hammer penetrated Mr. Navy’s body, severing a blood vesseL . The attorney general on Wednesday advised District Attorney C. H. Bruem- mer of Kewaunee, that a town, city or village may issue as many . wholesale liquor licenses as it desires. Racine county had its first death on Friday from infantile paralysis. The victim is the 15 year old daughter of Julius Peterson, a farmer near Sylvania station in Torkville township. She was taken ill six days before. Scott Brobst, Brodhead stock buyer and retired farmer, has not returned to his home since he went to Monroe on Wednesday and had fourteen teeth ex­ tracted. I t is feared...

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 — 21 September 1916

*AGE FOUR THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE.,SEPTEMBER 211,916. J J 'l' WEST SIDE and VICINITY Miss Augusta Kreitzcr on 'Monday went to Mndiaon to resume her studies -Ti tlic university. . Miss Bernieo Lvon on Tuesdny left for Milwaukee to take up her studies in the Milwaukee Downer. The Ladies' Aid No. 2 of Hainosville ■will meet with Mrs. Ed. Iverson on Thursday September 28. Officer Hall and wife returned home Wednesday from Milwaukee mid other points, and the former »3 again back on the job. Miss Laurel Olson returned to her studies at the Oshkosh Normal on Sat­ urday, after spending lier vacation with lier parents here. Sylvester Sehmeider on Monday moved lis cigar manufacturing plant from the Bank block to the building west of the Sawyer Implement Co. Mrs. E. V. Clark took her departure on Sunday for her home in ElCajon, Cal., after spending the past month with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Kreitzer. Mrs. Eugene Mayte, nee Rose For tempts, on Monday took her departure • for her ...

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 — 21 September 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCA Change in Closing Time.— ^ Beginning • today the W estern Union Telegraph office will close a t 8 o’clock in the evening instead of 10 o’clock as here­ tofore. Alderman’s SeSt Vacant.— ' The office of alderman of the Third ward held by,D udley Lawrence is va­ cant by reason of his moving .out of the ward. His successor will be named a t the next meeting o f. the council. Council Meeting Postponed.— The regular meeting of the council which should have~bfeen held on Tuesday evening was postponed for one week\" on account of a number of the aldermen be­ ing interested in thfe -directorship of the county fair and uinahie $0 be present:* : Entertained Friday Eyening.— ‘ Jp: Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenberg entertained Friday evening of last week for Dr. H. A. Ndrden, of Chicago, who was former­ ly president of the board of education. A goodly number of guests Were present and a most enjoyable evening spent. M arriage Licenses.— The following marriage licenses were is...

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 — 21 September 1916

S age s ix THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 21 1,916. ~ RAIN AT UXBHXOSX. - , O m idnight Rain, H eard ’mid tho restlessness of w eary * pain! Thy cadence brings Sweet thoughts of peace on sllver-tlnt- . ed wlnps. In this dim town, . I hear thy thousand stream lets trickle down ‘ E re thou hast fled. Tell roe, O Rain! the source where thou h ast fed. I see arise ' :\" v B right pearly dewdrops from ' blue Vio­ lets’ eyes '•••â–  I B ee tho mist' Come from the wood-rill’s ripples, even­ ing-kissed. •/ The green fields gleam Before me, as to thy sw eet rhym e I dream ' And birds to d flowers A re w ith , me- in my restless m idnight hours. More blest*than thee I feel the fragran&e of the sum m er seas Along the coast I e e e the never-resting billows to s t Lying here still, Thoughts of the ocean make m y sad . heart thrill— T hat ocean rife ’ W ith strength and m ajesty and glorious life. . ' • p . ! Each gem long-sought, ^ From dewdrops or from distant w aters brought O bo...

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 — 21 September 1916

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATIC SEPTEMBER 21 1,916. PAGE 3EVRN te tk u and itome B a r r e t t Song1.' The h arv est fields again are w hite, Once m ore Is heard the reaper's song. Oh, fo r th e glory of th i s . sig h t \"We tolled and prayed th e F a th e r long! T he g rain th a t stan d s ripe m ile on m ile W as once a hope beneath th e sod A nd now its richness m akes u s sm ile. And w ell w e know th a t God is . God. W e now can g ather-in a t la s t T he w ealth o u r toiling sum m er brought F o r th is w e faced th e hot w ind’s b last. And th is the dear rew ard w e sought. So le t the reapers sing and sing In a ll th e fields so golden w hite, A nd unto God praise le t u s bring F o r a ll th a t now do th bless o ur sigh t. —George Law rence A ndrew s in .F arm and Home. GOVERNMENT CROP REPORT. Sweet com . : . . . . . . . . . . Sweet potatoes .................. Cucumbers . . . . . . . . . Melons (some extra early) ........ .. Cream ................ .-................. ., . ...

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 — 21 September 1916

ips* f . .v ■ : p a g e e ig h t s .. , - f V v - , v , 4 -THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 21 iJRS, \"■yiSKfeS . County BAILEYS HARBOR. Fred Saugcr of Egg Harbor spent Tuesday here a t tins Hanson home. •AYillie Briggs of Ashland visited with Tiektivcs here the former p art of the week. The villngc school closed Wednesday to enable the teachers and pupils to a t­ tend the Fair. Mr. A. A. Minor and daughters, Mii\\a and Mae of Sturgeon Bay spent Sunday with relatives here.: Mrs. Nellie Robertson left for S tu r­ geon Bay. Sunday where sho will stay 'u n til the close of the fair Miss Elsie Anclam spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents here returning to her school duties Monday morning. . Mrs. Jos. McNeely and baby of S tur­ geon Bay visited with her parents here for a few days. She returned home Monday. ^MisseSr Louise Oldenberg and Sophia Prueter spent ^ e s d a y a t Sturgeon Bay helping prepare the Baileys Harbor booth. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schram and family returned h...

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 — 28 September 1916

National Pay-Up Week in mam 2 to 7 • W- rififiw ahi « M a t C & ' i f % V OL. 55 NO. 27 STURGEON BAY. WIS , THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1916. SI.50 A YEAR ItemsFrOm Manistee, Mich. {Specktt Correspondence.) . • The little steamer P. Mi Ho. 6 Jritp, been placed in, commission, taking the' ' run of the P M/No. 8, ■which is taking the No. 3’a place. The sail yacht, Sally had some, new beams and planking put in her a t the shipyard here,. besides such other re­ pairs as she'needed. {The, steamer City of South Haven of the, South Haven line and steamers Min-* nesojta. and Manitou of the Northern. Michigan line, are being placed in win­ ter quarters a t this port. / William Brugland, coast guard No. 2 i of Lpdington, has been transferred to the Manistee station. Capt. Robinson of „ the station had the new power .surf boat out last week. This station has two jpower boats now. Chaa. W[exstaff, firsts mate of the steuiwhip' Missouri, died a t the Mercy hospital on September 18. a, victim of...

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 — 28 September 1916

Largest Line of... Dry Goods, Clothing, Mens Furnishings, Stationery, School Books, Groceries, Crockery, etc. 4n Door County. A GOOD TIME is what we like, and you. can have lots of fun if you will start out next week and pay up the debts you have. Maybe some of them are too big to pay up in full, but you can pay part at least. Then, too, Why wouldn't this be a good time To Pay Your Subscription to The Advocate*. The amount is very small, only $1.50 a year, and you can see to what date you are paid by refer­ ring to the label on your paper dr ? wrap­ per. Do It Now. J v - ^ 4 ■ v j 'SeV m The New is here for your inspection. Never, in the history of motor cars, has there been such value offered for the money as in this new model. Complete with electric lights fmd starter, and has speedometer, three speed transmission, and rain vision wind Shield. As complete as any car, and the price only A demonstration will cost you nothing, and .you will be astonished at the enormous amount of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 September 1916

XBB STTOGKOJI BAT ADVOCAXl^SEPTEMBEB 2S, 1916. PAGKTH*** ^Sturocon ®apBtvocate Fnbllshed ihrery Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, W ls.': ' Jtaitered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, W ls., a® eecond-clasa matter. KATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year i . , . . . . 91. E0 S ix y n o n th s .. . . . . . . . . . . . ........... .76 Pour m onth! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Two m o n t h ® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Binglh copies .................. ... ,05 v. Two d ollars, w ill be charged- if not gold w ithin the year. D U D L E Y S . L O tfG Publisher AddreB® all communications to The Stur­ geon B ay Advocate Sturgeon Bay W in Sturgeon^ Bay, Wis. September 28, 1916. © Pach B ro s h u g h e s An d Fa ir b a n k s . “AMERICA FIRST AND EFFICIENT.\" —Charles E. Hughes. PHILIPP AND LAFOLLETTE. Having had the opportunity of hearing both our governor and United States isenator the people are in. position to . draw their own conclusions with regard to the men—n...

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 — 28 September 1916

State News in Brief \\ l t a t the Wisconsin pea' crop will fee nearly 1,000,000 cases less than last year WW tie statement of J. A. Hagemann, Fort Atkinson Wis., secretary of the \"Wisconsin Pea Packers* association. Harry Fries of Lafarge is dead at La Crosse from bums received when a ci­ garette set fire to his bed. Fries was found by a clerk who broke down the door and put out the fire. Fries died after suffering pain for two days. (The first victim of infantile paralysii in Sheboygan was recorded a t 9 o’clock Friday night with the death of Matthew Schwartz, aged 36. Mr. Schwartx was afflicted with the disease six days before and the home was placed under quai-aw tine on Wednesday. Eleven pure bred Holstcins cows were killed when a westbound Chicago and North-Western freight train ran into a herd of twenty cows that had strayed onto the right of way Saturday morning near Dousman. Eight of the cows were owned by Harry Miller and three by Otto Zuhlke. The gate to the pasture had...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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