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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 September 1916

XffilC SXDKOEOH BAY JUVOCAXK..SEPTEMBER 28, 1916. PAOEmne , [Continued from: F irst Page] felt that even the professional politicians would see the advantages, and get'some-* one to run the state on a business basis, as they would not dare attempt to again hoodwink the people. He cited the dif­ ference in taxes paid in Door county dur­ ing his administration and those of his predecessor. He spoke of the road fax and called the attention of his hearers to the fact that when' they were receiv­ ing huge sums of money for road aid, - , , .Alice during ithe McGovern administration, it' after a poor showing in the was being raised by direct taxation—the' an^ won the race, was it d state collected it and. then returned .it 'minus the administration fee. Under ithe present system, while ■ the amounts distributed are not so large, they come out of the general tax, which is made up of license fees, corporation taxes, etc., and not from the \"pockets of .the benefi­ ciaries. He reviewed ...

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 — 28 September 1916

WEST SIDE ana VICINITY _........ „, . 4 ^ - . DEATH CtAltytS OLD RESIDENT, fined to her hope .and .bed by iUncss. -* ^ 1 ' Slit U suffering‘vrifh a ^dA acb troubfe 'In the deaU iu^w E et^B te^?Barnaid^^d neuralgia, (r ‘ ?s? at nn enrl Jhour on Mondhy morning, ianieI.\"H»tt .-was brought home from . there naesed away one of the oldest resi- . .... , dents and pioneers of the county. , ■ j thcjiospital on Saturda^mernbgv and Mr. Barnard died a t the home of Ids * hfl,e ■** ^ ^ 1 I ^ non Eugene, where he had been Jaken inot H-hat eould ^ called entiroly out of £ r e ev in ce being taken illw o S rf year ago. Up to his‘t fall he was able 5rinisc,f -for ^ . to take careof himself and lived alone, j Haiis Olaon yr§» -takeh to Green Bay but he was taken ill from complications . f o r - . m e d f e a l l a t t e r part' of due to his advanced age, and for several: last week. I^ ||9 ^ b e e n living by him- months was confined to his bed. He self and w as:tsw ft ill. His son Bert ral...

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 — 28 September 1916

Captures Some Money.— , r H a r^ Dana made a ing at' the automobile r t i ^ last week, copping off two s^ rid s aini one third in the races he entered-N! ,\\ rC ^ 'V ’V Teach a t Egg Harbor.— ' Miss Clara Brockhaus of Lake -Mills, arrived here Saturday*on her way . to Egg I[arbor, where she has been engag­ ed as principal of the school.in that vil- kff®- - \\ . ! ^ , v Missionary Meeting.— / .. The Congregational Missionarijr .Sowe- ■ ty will hold its annuaf-thank hffering in the church parlors ori Tuesday evfpirig, October 3. Everybody fs cordially invit­ ed to attend. \" , -.!!. \\ , ■ Baby Lies.—: . .X-.l-.. John, the 4rmorito4^1d. baby boy. of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ldritz, died on \\Yea- nesday morning after. a brief illness. The funeral -will be held from St. Jos­ ephs church this Thursday morning. Autos! Collide.— v A car driven, by John Rejpiolds of Green Bay and Miss Martin, • daughter of Gerirge Martin, collided a t the corner of Cedar and Garland streets on Sunday af...

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 — 28 September 1916

PAGE EIGHT XHET STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 28, 1916. [Continued from .Page Flve.J ceived the senior seilntcjr from Wiscon­ sin. The people knew vliat happened to Mr. Taft, who had four years before \"been elected by one of the largest ma­ jorities ever given to a Republican can­ didate.* He severely scored tlie Tnft ad­ ministration nt great length. He voted for the Underwood tariff law proposed by the Democrats because-he felt th at it was the nearest to n down-1[only. or farm products than, the. highest pro­ tective measurfe that could be passed. Ho said that as long as lie was representing the people lie would vote for: those ni-'asureS that he deemed to the best in* threats of the people, regardless of whether they mere presented by a Dem­ ocrat or a Republican, and if the oeople did not want that kind of a man in the senate, they need not vote for-him. Ho tnid he had no'apologies to hnakc on his vote on this measure. He spoke of his vote on the eight hour law and sa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 September 1916

AfrypCAfS.(SEPTEMBER 2^1 W IK B EU CTIV O IVROEt I f I.tra c k e d In Bome m ud on th e carpet. Could you sm ile e n d ,/w ith Mever a *' w ord, - ' Could you Bee it w as brushed u p ,’ nor V:.-. M h arp It ■_ •: 7 : M.\\V, U ntil o f m y erro r I hearA . - : A dozen tim es e r e ! Ycduld h u s lt it? I f I dropped c ig ar a s h on th e floor, -V Could 1 you note,- i t w ith .silence and ^ b ru sh i t *’ ' ' , Ab when. I c a n e courting b efore?' I f I chanced to be la te fo r' m y dinner, ■ Could you keep it a ll w ^nn, w ith a sm ile, -V ■ . ' A nd serve it w ith cheer and no Inner A nd hidden reprovihg the- w hile? . I f I stepped on you r train,. could you sw eetly ’ A ccept m y re g rets, a s you do Prom‘Tom, D ick or Jack, and com plete- •7'. ■' \".Jy' , H ak e m e a life debtor to you? I f I chanced to be silent,' ju st-w ish ing To thin k and to smoke m y cigar, Could ypu le t me, and no t keep on fish- ■' in g ' To know why’ m oods are as th ey are? I f to overlo...

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 — 28 September 1916

'4.7 V” ' PAGE TEN THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER i i , 1910. t e t l c n a n r t • r a s b b t c t a v B n r o . -It Is b etter to lose w ith a f conscience clean * ■ Than w in by a trick un fair I t is b etter to fall and to know you’ve been, W hatever the prize w as, square, Than to claim th e Joy of a far-off goal And the cheers of the standers-by. And to know down deep in your inm ost soul •’ A cheat you m ust live and die. /Who w ins by trick may take th e prize, • And a t first he m ay th in k i t sweet, B u t m any a day in the fu tu re lies' W hen he’ll w ish he had m et defeat ^For the man who lo st sh all be glad of h ea rt • . And w alk w ith his head up high,' W hile his conqueror knows he muBt play ■ the p a rt t ' Of a cheat and a living lie. . The prize seem s fa ir when thp fight is on. B u t Bave i t is tru ly won You w ill hate th e thing when the crow ds a re gone. F o r i t stands fo r a false deed done, And It’s b etter you never should reach , ■ yo...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 September 1916

to responsible parties is the manner in which we are going to : : : : Help Make itional Pay-U p W eek Successful [( you are short of money, you should not let stand in .the way of paying up your bills during veek of Oct. 2 to 7. Come in and see us. will benefit your merchant if you have your s in one lump sum in a note at the bank, radi­ an scattered around among the business places. H.G. s a pay 4 per cent interest on Savings Deposits Complete Stock of Hardware Sawyer, Wis. The Rexall Quality Drug' Store is always ready to show you a large and complete stock in drugs, prepared medicines, stationeiy supplies, sundries, etc. NATIONAL PAY-UP WEEK will find special bargains on our counters, and it will be to your advantage to come in and see them. The Prescriptions from Wagener s Drug Store can be refilled at our store. KE }ER 916 'T T T T T T T T Y T M bersonally, directly and of the entire eommuni- of the city, town and le action of the individ-. business and Istates and of the enti...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 28 September 1916

* _ , * /\" / , N 5 i ' V w ^ ' A r *1, C - ^ . :^ri.-^y)V'-^v---:. THE STURGEON BAYADVOCItiC flm»ncMBirp on mm - ' ' - -\"- '\" -? THB STUROEOK BAY-? SEPTEMBER 28,l9Hh 1 County News MAPLEWQOD. A party of Maplewood young folks autoed to Sturgeon Bay on Sunday af­ ternoon to Visit with. Miss Lena Berg at ..the Peoplos-Hospital. • School opened on Mondny, Sept, .25 with two new pupils entering and the loss of three former pupils. The children have had' a two week’s vacation and both pupils Rnd teacher were glad to re­ turn to: work. The next school club meeting will be hem on Tuesday, October 3, tft the school. At this meeting we will 'have election . of officers, the regular Tirpgrnm and de ’ ^de as to the work of club members • dining the winter months. Master Clarence Guth caught the fore finger of his right hand in a ctg on the feed grinder when helping his father fill the silo on Monday. The little fellow was instantly rushed to Forestville and had the injuries attended to. Mi...

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 — 5 October 1916

, Be Sure and Read Our Special Club Offer on Another Page THE 55.th.Yeai l* ‘S- ESTABLISHED/ VOL. 55 NO. 28 STU R G EO N BAY, W IS , T H U R SD A Y , O C TO B ER, 5, 1916. &1.50 A YEAR V^S^CAMER FRAMK WOODS HAS A , ,r ,r 1 BAD TIME. ■ • .L! ' ‘ /(Special Correspondent.)' Oct. 2.—In a heavy north- ■weBtyp. last Thursday nightthe steamer Frank Woods, when.' a couple of hours ' out of Benton Harbor while heading Into the teeth of a gale had the misfortune to have two of her gangways carried away. First the weather gangway gave way, flooding the ship. -This had no sooner given way, wh^n the one on the other side let go. i While -the crew were replacing the gangways the boat fell of! into the trough of the sea, the fire hold filling with water. It being no longer possible to shovel coal into the fire hold, the firemen being tip to their waists in water, they had to pass the coal into the fire 'box by hand.' At one time the steam went down to sixty pounds, altho there was no time ...

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 — 5 October 1916

• sitiMHisiststsisisssisMMRSsiiisisiM Largest Line of... Dry Goods, Clothing, / v Men’s Furnishings, Stationery, School Books, Groceries, Crockery, etc. in Door County. Wftrtttry:../ ■BBBE g Sr 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, i . Then, too, why wouldn't this be a gopd 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 or wrap­ per. ■ . The New is here for your inspection. Never, in the history of motor cars, has there been sncb value offered for the money as in this new model Complete with electric lights and starter, and has speedometer, three speed transmission, and rain vision wind shield. As complete as any car, and the price only Do It Now. A demonstration will cost you nothing, ...

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 — 5 October 1916

m iii m n m m THE STURGEON BAY A&VOCAT*. OCTOBER 5, 1916. A Big Stock'of' Victor Victrolas All the Red Seal Records on Hand CALL AND INSPECT OUR NEW STOCK OF Player Pianos and Electric Pianos Some Big Bargains in Second-Hand upright Kanos that were taken in exchange for the highpriced Victrolas . FEUERSTEIN The Old Reliable Music House * 4 1 1 1 11 1 Quality 'Portraits Vieba WorK Olsen's Studio \"Baileys Harbor Phone appointments by either Door County or Wisconsin Lines * » i » i i i i 111 n 1111 n i n 11 11111 m 11111 n ■- NATIONAL MOVEMENT TO PAY-UP WORKS WONDERS IN STUR­ GEON BAY AND DOOR COUN­ TY THIS WEEK. Individuals All Like the New Idea. Last Days of Week Expected to See Many More'Come to Pay Their Bills and Pass Prosperity. Try an Advocate “Want Ad” National Pay-Up Week, October 2 to 7, is being made a wonderful success locally and those merchants who made the cam­ paign and who have followed the in­ structions carefully, are reaping great benefits. The campaign...

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 — 5 October 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE OCTOBER 5,1916. A T IO N CON SU L - DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Disease* of Men, Women and children, and offers to all that will call on th at day, date and daring the hours given below, con* saltation and advice FREE OF CHARGE FORMER RESIDENT SM BIG FIRE. Mrs. Sarah Osmuson and Others Driven From Burning Home in Scant . Attire. Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago. HL# will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Waldo Thurs., Oct. 7th Office hours, 10 a. m. to £ p. m. 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE in the treatm ent o£&hronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago mam&ins. An honest opinion and diagnosia^lwaya given. He has to h is credit many wonderful cures indiseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and other rectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump* tion also throat and ear diseases, ...

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 — 5 October 1916

-i—L, tax SXURGEOK BAY *IVOCATE.,OCTOBER 5/ s*$turjeon HDvocate tn tered in th e Post-office a t B ay, W ls., a s second-class m atter. H A T E S O P SU B SC R IP T IO N : O ne y e a r 91.60 . S ix m o n th s .................. ..75 F o u r m o n th s .................. .SO Tw o m o n th s .25 Single c o p ie s ............................ .05 T w o d o lla rs w ill h e ch arg ed If n o t paid w ith in th e year. D U D LEY S.,L O N G P u b lish e r A ddress a ll com m unications to T he' S tu r­ geon B ay A dvocate, S tu rg eo n B ay ,Wls. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., October 5,1910. ID P ach B ros HUQHE8 AND FAIRBANKS. “AMERICA FIRST AND EFFICIENT.\" —Charles E. Hughes. We trust that the election of Hughes will not establish the style in whiskers A special session of the legislature is. to be called by Governor Philipp to per­ fect legislation that will permit the sold­ iers who are on the border to vote at the coming election. They will be permitted to vote by mail. It is the proper thi...

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 — 5 October 1916

• * , THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 5, 1916. WEST SIDE and VICINITY bicycle was hit on the hiitd-iiiiecl by the left hand fender and the rider, tumbled Off arid': scrambled out of dnnger, the wheel of lOve Car passing over the rear reriT period of a yeat! f!’am® of flier bike and doing., damage to was the result of a the $3. Miss Anderson feels that if thh\" young rimm.h&iT'mpt cross tlio .'street'on the wronj* sldt-there -would npt- have .been an accident,S(dbV' _ Death Claims Adolph Arlt. Adolph Arlt, of the neighboring town of Nasewiuipee, passed away at an early hour on Monday morning, after an ill- ' * ness extending ov X ,or more. Death complication of troubles, the most ser­ ious of which were the kidneys aild bind, der. ' Adolpli Gustav Arlt was born at Stols- bergsdorf, Germany, on April 9, 1850. When a lad of 7 years he came to,.this country with his parents, Mr. and Mp4 TTed Arlt, who located in the to-wji of Nasewnupee, where lie lived for 59 years. Decedent 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 — 5 October 1916

XH8 &URGEON BAT AJWdqATE.,OCTOBER 5, 1916j * ‘ 1 ' 1 , V , ./ , Rummage Sale.— . .. ■ ..... The jlnnual rummage gale of the Con^ gregational Ladies’ Aid 'Will be ■ held in the Nill building on Friday and'Satur­ day a this week. Devqrionail Service.— Forty hours devotional service has heel observed in (St. Josephs church on Tufday, Wednesday and Thursday of thiI week. fra Forty Acres.- ttp before Siarihette . county circuit court this week, but was .continued at. the re­ quest of the defendSut’s ^Attonieya to .iSaM proposals o f a settlciftfcnt. The juty j s beiug.replresented by City Attor- i^y^ergfjfetiii and Attomey'Fajrchild of Green Bay. Another . Auto SpilL—^ . Another auto accidentg^curred *• last Sunday when^he Dodge Bros.^tr driven and ..owned by John Voecks went wrong just as the i^ar'w as topping the hill this- side, .of JPhlmjr \\T^$p&^|bouiided over the rocks into the ditch, and was very badly twisted up. Several wheels oulton Goff within the week purr torn...

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 — 5 October 1916

M fO R T I A fflH ftV O IK AS# FORTY YEARS AGO. The schooner Kity Laurie Is carrying lumber- from here to Baileys Harbor to be vised in the construction of Mr. Ca- voit’s new mill at that place. •\\yc ],car that the schooner Belle Wall- bridge, which left this port Tuesday morning, lumber laden nnd bound to Chi­ cago, has gone on the roof nt North Bay. The schooner Roberts, Capt. Grey, went ashore at the head of Sister Bay Tuesday evening during a storm. The anchor chains fouled, which caused the boat to be driven on the beach, where she went to pieces on the rocks. The following ticket was nominated at the Democratic assembly convention: Treasurer, Chris Leonhardt clerk, John Fetzer sheriff, A. Wegener district a t­ torney, G. W. Allen register of deeds, Jas. Keogh, Jr. clerk of courts, P. G. Wright coroner, F. C. Willor. The fol­ lowing delegates were elected: To the congressional convention—Chris. Leon­ hardt. J. Tr Wright and L. M. Wash­ burn. To the senatorial convention—F...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 October 1916

•' THE STUSGB0* BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBEK 5, 1916. - - ■■?: --. Musically Indined? Have they talent in this line! Why hot give them a chance to develop their Musical tal­ ent! Music plays a big part in the'hom e/and will do so.more every day. ♦ There is still time to en­ roll your children in the Fall class in the Elite Studio of Music, under the care of Mr. W. P. Graap, who will give them his personal attention. , Phone 3653 for-any informa­ tio n you may desire on the subject. * ELITE STUdiO Of MUSIC Per W. P. GRAAP AUTO RACES SUNDAY. Speed Demons Will Hurl Time to the Winds and Make Records on Local Track Sunday. CURES die You Work There is nothing more trying to any woman than to have to attend to daily duties and a t the same time be suffering untold tortures due to irregularity of the func­ tional organs. , Those same duties must be a t­ tended to a t any cost—the cost coines in the form of a complete coUapse—the system, no matter how healthy and strong other ways will ...

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 — 5 October 1916

TDsi STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 5, 1916. fednfantf T h e C om plim ent. •Arrayed in snow -w h ite p an ts and v est, ' And oth er raim ent fa ir to v iew I stood before m y sw eeth ea rt Sue— •The charm ing creature 1 loved b e st ••Tell mp, and does m y costum o su it? ” I asked that apple o f m y eye, ' And\" then the charm er made rep ly— ••Oh, yes, you do look a w fu l cute!\" A lthough I freq u en tly had hoard ' M y sw eeth eart v e n t her pleasure so, I m u st co n fess I did n ot know T h e m eaning o f th a t fav'rlto word. , B u t presen tly a t w indow sid e W e stood and w atched the p assin g throng And soon a donkey passed alon g W ith ears lik e w in g s extended w ide, A nd /g a zin g a t th e d olefu l brute y sw eeth eart gave a m erry cry— q uote her lan gu age w ith a sig h — 'h, Charlie, ain't he a w fu l cu te!” HOME-CURED MEATS. How to Preserve Beef and Pork on the Farm—Satisfactory Method for General Use. Curing meats with brine is a good method for .far...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 October 1916

to responsible parties is the manner in which we are going to : : : : Help Make |dionalPay-Up W eek Successful If you are short of money, you should not let stand in the way of paying up your bills during week of Oct. 2 to 7. Come in and see us. will benefit your merchant if you have your ts in one lump sum in a note at the bank, rath- ian scattered around among the business places. pay 4 per cent interest on Savings Deposits H. G. BIRMINGHAM Always a Complete Stock of Aft Sawyer, Wis. The Rexall Quality Drug Store is always ready to show you a large and complete stock in drugs, prepared medicines, stationery supplies, sundries, etc. NATIONAL •PAY-UP WEEK will find special bargains on our counters, and it wil{ be to your advantage to come in and see them. The Prescriptions from Wagener’s Drug Store can be refilled at our store. IER 916 'YTYTTTTTYT* ^rsonally, directly and of the entire communi- | of the city, town and action of the individ- jusiness and '/ Itates and’ of the entire ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 October 1916

/. \"'\"V •.' • /vl\" -:-.:.V0'-' THE STTOGEOR BAY ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 5, 1916. County News BAILEYS HARBOR. Carl Pructor drove to Sturgeon Bay Inst Saturday evenifig. ’ '\"M r and Mrs. Jons Jensen spent S u«: day Avitli relatives at Sturgeon Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Londo and son Lloyd spent Sunday with relatives at ' Institute. ’ ItEr. nnd Mrs. John Shields and son Loncl of EgglRterbor spent Sunday with relativcs jiereti . r of. Sturgeon Bay last Friday enroute Bernard Lai passed .Wvrtt , for Slsta^ i i y ^ John ?Qi)l^®r?of Sturgeon B ay spent a few hMb&T>f Sunday here, likewise A. A. Minor and*daughters Mnc .and Mina. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sax and fam ily re­ turned home Monday fruiu* a four.day’s visit at Marinette among relatives there. Mr. Geo. Meucr of Milwaukee, who has been spending the last two weeks at Evergreen camp returned to his home la st Saturday. Mrs. Henry H all and daughter Jean­ nette returned to . their home a t Sawyer last Friday after spending several day...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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