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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 9 November 1916

'v ' ' - , ' ,j T- „^/w ( . - y* - J t n 8nna«o» akt.^oeitfc'itoyfeMSEK a, mg. ■’ ,' ' , * , , w ^ State News in Brief William Kmiue, *19, was killed when * branch broken off by a falling tree struck Mm on- tbe head. : The accident occurred in one of the. camps of tie . Charles \\V£ Ksh Lumber company. . John Olson, Menasha, has been'placed under arrest, charged with shooting min­ now gulls along the shore of Little Lake Bntte des Morts. This is the first' ar­ rest for violation of the fish and game laws here this season.- ' Fishermen on Green bay want mesh- •s of gill nets reduced from 2% inches ts 2% inches. The Wisconsin Fisher­ men’s Protective association elected the following officers • President John , Bar- lament secretary, L. G. Schiller treas wrer, John Ketter., Frank Krzyzykouski is missing from lus home in Menasha and his wife and eight children have apparently been abandoned to . the mercy of strangers. P£e man disappeared . more than ' a month ago and has not ...

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 — 9 November 1916

AC TH» STURGEON ^Jk.Tj'MtffQCAXK. NOVEMBER 9, 19W. Auction ball Househo at Sawyer O pci^ ttouse Saturday, Nov. 11th, a t 1 P. M. WALTER P. GUA AP, Owner. H. A. WAGENER, Auctioneer. CURES You J There is nothing more, trying to any. woman than to have to attend « to daily duties and a t the aome time be suffering untold tortures due to irregularity of the func­ tional organs. Those same duties must he a t­ tended to at any cost—the cost comes in the form of a complete collapse—the system, no matter how- healthy and strong other wdys will give’ way under the strain—unless proper treatment is instituted. NYAL’S VEGETABLE? PRESCRIPTION will assist any woman through' the discomforts of functional irregularities. Its use obviates all unpleasant­ ness, physical and mental strain in evidence during such periods. I t builds up the system, and supplies a foundation that will a t all times stand the strain imposed upon it. | S One Dollar the bottle DOOR- COUNTY TELEPHONE CO. A MAKE APPLICA...

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 — 9 November 1916

9, 191* / 4mm.<p>Local /, ,' - U iijM M n t' -tv'7 vA.:, News Borcts Society Will Meet.*— . )v Th& Dorcas society will meet with Ifiss| Fanny Packard on Tuesday even­ ing of next week, November. 14. • W. C T. M, Meeting.— . ■ ,v- ■\"\" V - - - - . ,T,he W.'C. T C will meet With Mrs William E. Cheeseman on Tuesday next. November 14. Mrs. E.- J. Symons will be tue leader.' ’ Sevastopol W. C. T. U.— Tfye'Sevastopol W. C. T.« U. will meet with-1 Mrs. Jolm Bagnall in the city, next week Wednesday,- Noveiiibcr 15. Meeting will begin promptly at 1:30 ’ •Vloejk:. ■ : Banting Party.— . ,T“he Rebekah lodge will give a Leap Tear - dancing party ■ ahd social a t the K.: P. -hall next Thursday evening, Nov. 18. Admission 15c and 25c. Everybody invited. •iris? Club Meeting.— ' The first of the scries of Girls’ Club meetings will be held, a t the schoolhousc •n Thursday evening, November 10,' at 7 30.. : All girls interested arojrdquested to bejpresent. Basket Social— . A Baske...

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 — 9 November 1916

• ' THK STOKda ir m iiiiiM ..i j^ i ij[^ L . « » i i i i . . . i i . . i ~ |m - - » » T | |, mi, r min iiinin iiiii 111 health^ 6 their table drink. If you suspect m at con ee contributes to your discomfort or illnesSr n am es of sev era l POSTUM u s e r s in y o u r neighborhood get in touch w ith them and hear their story Or, secure a tin of INSTANT POSTUM and try on the fam ily table for ten days instead of .. - ■ /■/ . •- ■ ... ■v : ' - I - J O E 'S B A S C By (irai. might liavo swelled about Bond street in and Joe admired it immensely. Like Allen . all Kanakas, he was as proud as a pea­ cock, and loved to strut about in Euro- “Oli, the native/ are a bad lot,” wyjpenn finery. He was always talking -planter-fricnd remarked, with expansive about this overcoat of H aney’s, and try- • impartiality, ‘kind so are the Kanakas |ing to count up on his fingers and toes there’s no trusting any of ’em. They’ll j how many months he would have to thieve, they’ll lie, and they’ll ...

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 — 9 November 1916

' • V 7 I U U O* 1913. n o* t f W i . i- ‘ All portions Interested are hereby not­ ified that the folowing tracts and lots'of land remaining unredeemed In the office of the .County Treasurer of Door Coun- : ty, Wisconsin, at the Court House in the ■ City.of Sturgeon Bay from taxes of 1918 . and that .opposite the description of each tract, lot, or parcel thereof, in the fol­ lowing list is the name of the person or persons, firms or corporations to whom it was assessed and the amount of tax- ■, es, charges and interest calculated to the last day of redemption due each. ■ Now therefore unless such tracts and . lets^ aforesaid are redeemed on or before the 19th day of May A. D. 1917 in pur- , suance o f the. statutes in such cases made and provided the same will be for­ feited for such taxes,. charges and in- ! terest and will be conveyed to. the pur chaser or purchasers. Bated, October .7th, 1916. - ' EMIL MILLER, County Treasurer Door County, Wis­ consin. BBUBSBLB. Town 20...

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 — 9 November 1916

County ftA P t& W O O D . ■ Jlf. r.iid .Mrei-'Norbcrt and daughter Hflett, of. Milwaukee, are at present- vl?- itipgiftt iihc-- Fakon home. Mrs. Norbcrt wasjionherfe'-^Miss Mary Faken. Messrs, George Zcttle, Frank, and John' Jcnncrjolm, will return to Dakota on, Monday, November 13, after, a two week’s visit among relatives and friends at Maplewood. Mr. Raymond Johnston on Thursday afternoon left for Arnant, Wis., to act in,the capacity of .depot agent in that place. Mr. Elmer Wulf is agfiih back at Maplewood. We knew.he was fond of our little ‘burg’ even tho he tony not desire lo admit it, Eighth grade students of Dist, No. 2. Foreslville, will on Monday, November 13,’ take a regular census report of all . . . . . . . - tcfiiuf Fisch Mills, Mrs. Frank G&tas and sition as teacher in School Si«t. No, 6 Vji jranawra, W iq.,audM r. and Mrs: aid will leave here SaturdajT'of'this ‘I , Norbcrt of \" algo Mrs. week. The pupils .tdtt'jo^'v]^^greailir Thorpe Mr.'antTMrs. A. Riebo'...

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 — 16 November 1916

VOL. 55 NO. 34 SiEx STURGEON BAY, WiS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1916. ? m i E $1.50 A .YEAR HERE IS A DUCK STORY. C he Evening W isconsin of S aturd ay W d th e foltew ing, ’which w ill be in ter ea tin g to m arine m en s w ell a s hun t- • « • : . ■ 'r ^ ‘ \"L ake M ichigan is fu ll of w ild gam e. \"Geese . an d ducks, southw ard, bound, All th e la k e to such an e x te n t'th a t ves- , sels on th e Ghiedgo an d M ilw aukee ru n re p o rt killing num bers pf th e m in W ght. \"C aptains o f th e steam ers M aywood And C ity of M arq uette, operated by th e K ill ’ Ste& m boat com pany, w ith docks a t th e fo ot of B roadw ay, rep o rt th a t wheil vessel Is f a r o u t from ' th e shore ‘w hirr of th e flight o f wild ^flp n e is h k e th e , continued Airing of ct (fettling gini. \"T he birds re s t on th e surface of 'th e an d as th e steam er niakes its ira y , i t frequ ently surprises hock s o f fhem . A s th ey rise in flight, blinded • 4 y th e lights of th e vess...

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 — 16 November 1916

THE STURGEON ^BAY ABVQCAtE,NOVEMBER i«,.mt. f * ' '* ’ . ‘ - • , , ! 1 * J ssfjgturfleoii » a $ Hfcvocate Published E very T hu rsday a t Sturgeon '• ■■■ ■ • Bay. W la. ■ titered In th e ' Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis., a s second-class n a tte r . . RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: O n e year .v.‘ rv^........... — ...........................................$1.60 (Hx m o n th s ................ .76 F our m onths ........................... 60 Two m onths ..................................... 25 Single c o p ie s ................................. 06elated Two dollars w ill ho charged If not yald w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG P ublisher A ddress all com m unications to The S tu r­ geon Bay Advocate. Sturgeon Bay,W is. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 10, 1016. Newton D. Baker, secretary of war, states that ho will resign after the fourth of March. There will be no re­ grets if he does it before then. : It was just forty years ago that the election of president hung in the bUla...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 November 1916

tH E sturgboh Ba t Advocate,November is, 191 a - State News in Brief W ith his chest crushed in and his nedc broken, WiUkuni L.'Dunne,-24 years old, of Stevens Point, died in the Soo line roundhouse five m inutes afte r being run into J an engine. » Seventy neighbors of Henry Redeker farm er of the town of Mischicot, built a new barn, 44x75 feet inside, hr one day, on the site of a barn th a t hom ed last month. A dance w as held in the struct* ore a t night. Mrs. Thomas Joannes, 'm ember of the Daughters of th e American Revolution, prominent club member and wife of a member of the wholesale house n f Joan­ nes R rothers’ company, Green Bay, suc­ cumbed on Thursday to peritonitis. The funeral was held on Saturday. Judge Fowler of the C ircuit. court of Janesville, handed ,down a decision against the state of Wisconsin in the action brought to have the Rock riyer. declared navigable and declare a m il­ lion dollars’ w orth of buildingB now standing over the river a nuisance and ...

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 — 16 November 1916

THK STURGEON WEST SIDE and VICINITY Think Well Deep Enough. Chas. Wilson, th e‘gentleman who 1ms the contract to sink the \\yell on this s\\dc «f the'bay j took a run down here from Green Bay on Saturday toNSce'how the hole was getting along. He found things . progressing nicely, which was some re­ lief after all the'.drawbacks \"that has been encountered. Tlie well has been sunk to a depth af 420 feet and on Fri­ day the water in the hole rose 30 feet, being only CO feet from the top. When it is understood that the top of the hill where the well is being suiik is 85 feet above the bay level, it will be readily, understood that if the well was located a t the bay there would be a flpw of 25 feet over the top of the ground. Accord' ing to the contract it is necessary to go about 50 feet more with the 10 inch pipe, after which tlie balance will be 8- inch. Contractor Wilson feels confident that it is not necessary to go any deep­ er than the well is at the present time, and that t...

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 — 16 November 1916

Local rfews ’iCssioit Study Clasf.— j J, *t* ’ The|fcpworth leagne mission- -stud* •lass of the M. '35. ^hurch will meet FtU 4ay evening at 7 :30 with Mr.' and Mrs. l i r a Torstensoh. . ■'■ ' ■■: Dorcas Society — - . The Dorcas society will serve a social tench iat the home of Mrs. R» A. Nopick this (Thursday) afternoon, and ,a good program will be carried out. , Meld Monthly Meeting.— : 'T. i \" ■ The regular monthly meeting of the -, teachers of the M. E. Sunday school inet .with 3SIis8993?dna and Ruth Kimber on Tuesday evening of this week. Council Next Tuesday.— ' ■ ' /:■• The regular meeting of the city couri- «n will be held bn Tuesday evening next, when- the proposed bonding ordinance will U presented. After being read it will lay over for one month aftef being published before final passagSV Se-Organize Girl’s Club.— A 'meeting will be held at -the high tomorrow (Friday) night «ir » oj& rrinc' isplaanc-d. Everyone is invited to a t­ tend. : v-\".-: ij...

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 — 16 November 1916

A M UTUAL FRIEND . One evening in spring I was looking •ver ilic \"playbills,, wondcripg w hat theater I would attend. I was w ith Bernard liouma%nc, a young lawyer, ■who was as grave as a? judge. For nn hour, during which tim e w o 'h ad been promenading the ■ boulevard, we had been stupid and silent,-like men who do not know w hat to do w ith their time. ■ ■ ■ Suddenly I perceived the sprightly fig­ ure of liiy friend, Henri M artin. ■ “Alii” I cried, “M artin will suggest a ■way of passing the evening.” ' M artin had never had a well-defined profession! He had been a little of ev­ e r y , thing—munisieian, actor, literature, Mathematician, merchant, .manufacturer. He was a handsome fellow, of about tftie medium height, slender, having a well- shaped head a silky m ustache and beau­ tiful black eyes, large and earnest. Mar-' tin is essentially a man of action lie never seems to be a t rest. “Ah! how fortunate I am t o ' find you!” he exclaimed and then, making a d...

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 — 16 November 1916

* by the Biggest Store in Sturgeon Bay! Saturday, Nov. 18th, to Saturday, Nov. 25th Everybody from far and near are cordially invited! Come help us celebrate! Come and share in the vast collec­ tion of special values which have been arranged for this event. Great money saving opportunities are presented just at a time when you will best appreciate them—right in the lace of a constantly rising market—and just when a dollar saved means a dollar earned. This is a BIG Store and a GOOD Store! It is YOUR Store as Well as OUR Store! Come and Help Us C elebs Store' Edito ria ls Forty-six years ago this month— Nov. 1, 1870, to be exact—Mr. L. M. Washburn, then a young school teacher, left Dover, Maine, to seek his fortune in the middle vest. He traveled via the -Grand Trunk R, R. to Grand Haven, Mich., then' crossed to Milwaukee by boat, then by boat again up to Hoon’s Pier (now Clay Banks) and from there he walked to Sturgeon Bay, arriving ■ here Nov. 7. At. th a t time Sturgeon Bay was ...

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 — 16 November 1916

Inthe:6reharl ipi^pUvfc . Robins sing themselves to rest. , ' ferlBht brown bees are safely Blooplnx,, In tho'flowcrs they lovo the best ' Fragrant couch of sweet repose, Wly bell and 'damask rbse. Dusky shadows, folding slowly, Wrap the fruited summer boughs: Southwlnd, rocking branchos lowly, Breathing romanco in its vowa Romance such as ono can hear 1 Only in the summer, dear. : B right the rosy sunset’s burning, ./Trembles on a thread of gold, ’ Running thro’ tho crimBon, turning Titles now to stories old Stories sweet, and told in rhyme, V Mellow up the prose of time. . And reflected beauty lingers In the meadows shaded gray. /Showing, where tho daytime fingers Touched the daisies on their way Touched them into bud and bloom, • Ere they stiffened for the tomb. Touched all into bud and blossom, Flowers growing over theiw . Finning on the evening's bosom All the triumph of her care . R ifting petals full of gold. C-. Language of a story old. And the breath of blossoms tender / An...

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 — 16 November 1916

m m £arqj$atde»aml T h e J& a d y -o t * j r O m u l ■ JU st fo r a d ream 's sak e w ould. I h av e b e r js o ^ '-'V .'!:[ '*•â– ’■ J u s t fo r a dream ’s sp an , ly in g h a lf reclin ed . , . - A g ain st th e dusk, h e r plen tu o u s h a ir ..-' in tw in ed ■' W ith m ilki,w hite p earls, an d lilie s a ll ■/■■'■aglow.'' ■ ■ : ■ :- '. v :-- J u s t- f o r a d rea m 's sak e only1 w ould I ■ ■ k n o w -'. : • l T h e fu ll p erfectio n lan g u id ly o u tlined B en eath th e w re a th in g raim en ts th a t ■ enw ind H e r - su m p tu o u s b e a u ty fro m o il w inds . 1 t h a t blow. \"She’s b u t th e chiseled im age of , m y ■ d rea m ,'' ' 1 - T h e b rea th in g m arb le fro m th e m odel '• .drawn' U pon m y v isio n in th e n ig h t’s deep hu sh , ' v v ' ■W hen b eau ty ’s se lf, clad in th e m oon’s th in , beam , •' W e n t fo rth to ■ cull th e first rose of th e daw n ' A m id st h e r g ard en g rasse s w arm 1 and flush. . ...

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 — 16 November 1916

____ ________ H A B B 0 B ■ i Game ^vatfi^' ^Barnluinlt transacted business here last Saturday. •, , and Mrs. Jidwin Ostrum andfam- |ent Friday with relatives at Sis- hS i/ v Storr of Sister Jlayi spent Sat- wt-ny here on business combined wilh pVasv. e. Carl Christonsen, & high school stu- dent, spent the week’s end' with his par-, cuts here. !. t v . iVm. Schultz, Gus. h lille r ^ d r ^ ^ lf- ncr transacted business at last Snturdny. . Lester Manney left foriErtcinathe lat­ ter part of the week whqrd-lieiwill be employed for the winter. Miss Hr.ttie Ickc left for Milwaukee last Monday after a week’s visit with her.sister Mrs. John Aticlaro. , A. E. Wiison nutocd to Sturgeon Bay last Monday. He witnessed quite a little trouble before Ms TCtum here. Elmer Anclam arrived here from Ke­ nosha last Saturday ftiid will spend a .week or more with his parents, Mr. and ’ Mrs. John Aiiclam.- i- Our village was visited by , a miow •-ilorrri on Sunday and Monday. -Ml -f fiorri S to 10 ...

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 — 23 November 1916

VOL. 55 NO. 35 STURGEON BAY. WIS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR SCHOONER WRECKED, JThe schooner Jam es Hall was wreck­ ed on the shores of Thunder Bay, Lake ■Huron, near Alpena, M ich, about three , Weeks ago, according to advices receivde. T h e .H a R w as loaded w ith -hardwood ■ la i^ r .- 'a h d ^ a s in command of Capt. -■ '• - B an Seavey of Baric River, Mich., a t the ftove: of the mishap. She became w ater ligged as a result of a defective hatch and ran in to Thunder Bay for shelter, - where' she was driven on th e rocks and was soon a to tal wreck. ' l^fa-yessel w as: owned by N. C. Spen- t,f Escanaba,' who purchased her a ' V j,*/ d w t .^ u h e ago from Sam, H. Newman ' 7 ^ /a f • Algoma, W is. The H all was built ' ' : a t ' Manitowoc in 1885, and during the past, few years has been the victim of a number of mishaps, the latest of which was when she w ent ashore a t Two Riv- ers point a month or so ago. A fter be- released she was brought here and •re...

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 — 23 November 1916

££$turoeoii abvocatc Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon . Bay. Wis. . fctered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis., as second-class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One y e a r ..................... $1.60 -Six m o n th s .76 Your months ................... „ .60 Two months ............... .26 'Single copies ............................... .05 Two dollars will be charged If not •aid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG - Publisher Address all communications to The Stur­ geon Bay Advocate, Sturgeon Bay,W 1b. Sturgeon Bay, IVis., November 23, 1910. Governor Philipp is planning on o ninety day session of the legislature. 2%at’s plenty long enough. • As goes Maine, “so goes the couhtry,” is a saying that has gone in the scrap heap. Likewise “New York, the presi­ dential pendulum.” Probably the reason for the large vote oast by the. women was . the novelty of the privilege of ‘franchise. This will wear off in time, as it has with the men. motorcycle officers. One roan in each of the ...

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 — 23 November 1916

StateNews in Brief. H r. «nd M rs.'Fred Lueckc, 85 and 80 -: jttiiwNiold ■ respectively,pioneereofCen- terville, Manitowoc. county, have cele- hrated their sixtieth wedding anniversar­ ies with elaborate festivities. Mr«. B. F. Adam sdied at a hospital in Barron from the effects of burns re* •eeived a t her home when die used gaso­ line in a coal .stove by mistake for kero­ sene. ' o ^ v . ' ' v ■’ Towns in Manitowoc county have ask ed,for more state aid for highways than the county’s allotment will amount to. Accordingly, .each town will receive about 75 per cent of the amount request­ ed. ■' Charged wi th shooting a dogbelonging to August W itta of Mull, wMle hunting recently, Anton (Tynan, 19 years old, has been bound over to the circuit court at etevehs Point, under a $200 bond. The charge against him is cruelty to ani-* mats. Efforts to get a municipal auditorium for Green Bay have been renewed and promise to be successful. The city com missioners have sent to the B...

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 — 23 November 1916

WEST and VICINITY • Jacob Leanhardt is again confined to Ml bed with ins old complaint—stomach trouble. ■■ idiss Elma Thompson of (Manitowoc is tte guest of her sister, Mrs. Albert Sam* nelson and family. Otto Green spent Sunday a t, Green Say, visiting with relatives and attend­ ing to some business matters. Borland & Samuelson on Saturday shipped a consignment of bay to the west shore on the auxiliary schooner Olen Oayler. Alfred Neuville was laid up for a cou­ ple of days the first of the woek on ac­ count of a felon on his hand, which he Mad to have lanced. Mcsdafnes Frank and Fred Knuth on Thursday afternoon entertained the Re' tokah Sewing Circle at the homo of the farmer in. this ward. Nets Sorenson of Washington Island •pent a codple of days here with his tolf-brother Soren Termansen and fam. ily within the week. Robert McLcnnon arrived from • St, Raul, Minn., the latter part -of. the week ta spend a short time visiting a t his old ktune and with friends. I t is •...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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