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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 April 1914

An ordinance which will put Ashland with Duluth and Mellen in closing its saloons ail day Sunday is beii _ ed and will go into effect on July 1. Louis Lantow, a farmer of the town of Grover, was awakened by a toothache. H e arose, asked his wife to get him some medicine and then fell over head. He was 60 years hid. ' Adolph Schmatzhagen 73, veteran Ger-. man resident of Milwaukee who was struck February 3 by the automobile of J . P .H eil while on ttie Sixteenth-st, via­ duct, died Saturday. W alker W hitley’s oft expressed wish th a t he might not survive his wife was gratified when he died while his wife’s body waB being borne from the house to the waiting hearse at Waterford. Leslie Leonard, age 40 of the town of Bristol, hanged himself in a barn at his home within a few hours of the hour set for the funeral of his father, For the first time in m ill owners a t Neenah have been oblig- to operate their plants. partly by ' b low .water condi- Conditions are un- h th? mile w ith li...

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 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE .APRIL 16, 1914 * * Sturgeon Bas B&vocate E ntered in the Pofst-offlce a t Sturgeon Bay, W!8„ as second-class, matter. Published Every. Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. . . . . . . RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One y ea r. .................. : ............ 11.60 Biz m onths.......................................76 Pour m onths................................ .60 ■? w o m o n t h s . .. . .. . .. . .. . .......... .25 8lngle copies........................... .On Two dollars wili be charged i£not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager Sturgeon- Bay.. is., ...April' 16,* 1914. . One of the'surest signs of spring is to see one of your neighbors heave an as- aortment of empty cans and decayed fruit or vegetables st some one’s flock «f chickens, which are B'trenuously en­ deavoring to scratch out that bed of tulips. According to press. reportsTuesday the - entire North Atlantic squadron of the United ■ States navy has been ordered to Tampico to ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 April 1914

-.v/7 i' V LOCAL ITEMS* THESTURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL ifi, J914 He-elects C. G. Stangel—1The board of education of Manitowoc re-elected C. G. Stangel principal:of the high school'of that city. i Easter Services.—All the churches held the usual Easter services, which were largely attended, the day. being an:ideal one, though somewhat cool. Married.—Ole K. Anderson and Mrs. Anna G. Rockendorf were on Wednesday morning married in St. Joseph church, Rev. A. Broens officiating. .They will make their home in this city. ' W. C. R-.To Install Class—Mrs. Lieb- - man and Mrs. Agnes Gordon, department . prerident, will be here Thursday even­ ing for the purpose of installing' a class of fourteen members into the W. C. R. Advertised Letters.—Mail matter ad­ dressed to. the following is held for de­ livery at the local post office: Mrs. S. Elmer Smith, Miss F. Smiht, Peter Klaj- mer. JDan McLane, Mr. and Mrs. Hanson, Morning Glory Cheese Factory. Improving Cottage Street.—The upper end of C...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 April 1914

' - ' : i :■ ■3 THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 16 1914 * % i m s R E S T A H O S O T H E H E E D S .” . ■ L ittle dwelling:, b u ilt so low. \"Who h a th ta u g h t th e reed s to grow J u s t so s la n tw ise an d b etw een w o v e n th e b rio n y 's lea fy screen . S p read fo r you a m o ssy th re sh o ld A nd ro o f o f liv in g g ree n ? W hen th e w inds w ith m ig h t an d m ain A t th e g re a t o aks tu g an d s tr a in — W hen th e red an d rag g ed levin L e a p s th e b a rrie r w a lls o f heaven. And w ith ru sh an d ro a r tra m p lin g S q u ad ro n s o f the rain a re d riv en — P e a c efu l in y o u r sy lv a n nook. H ollow ed by th e idle brook. W h ere h e r d im p lin g rip p le s ru n O u t o f sh ad o w into su n , Y our sm a ll g u e st m ay told h er pinion T ill th e h u rtlin g sto rm is done. L e t 't h e w in d s blow h ig h p r low. L e t' th e d a rk n e ss Come o r go. G lin t o f su n o r lig h t o f s ta r s • G ild y o u r lea fy la ttic...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 16 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, APRIL 16, 1914. W HES K A T COKES n r . W hen the M ay cornea .In w ith lig h t and • splendor 'W hen the M ur comes In w ith charm s so tender, - W hen tne m ay comes in w ith bluebirds , ‘ w inging, ' , W hen the May comes in w ith robins singing,. W hen the May comes in w ith em erald reaches, • ■ W hen the May comes in how fa ir h e r speech is— She talks of flowers and balm and beauty, In M ay's b rig h t hours delight is duty. W hen the May comes in w ith sw eet winds blowing, W hen the May comes in w ith w ild flow- ers growing. W hen the May comes in and h ea rts are fonder. W hen the May comes in, Love le t us w ander— Love my hand in thine, thine arm s around me And thy w ords divine have blessed me, found me, O, the voice of God could be no dearer! W hen the May’s abroad, press nearer, nearer, • W hen the M ay comes in o'er field and river, W hen the May comes in, and I ’m -th e giver— - I w ill give my h ea rt to thee, b u t thee, . love, ■...

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 — 16 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAY- ADVOCATE, APRIJ, 16, 1914. H E W A D TE B T X SS & B K T S. rsoon.theMRS. iR SJOE-Furniture of a 5 worn ottagc ril sw d and very latest to be sold. Cheap if tsken F. HYDE. Fisrt ward. 4-16° F OB SA X E— G asoline P le a s u re B oat— 81 fo o t, fu lly equipped. .W ill be sold cheap. R eason, In ten d lea v in g city . Ap- ir» th is office. 4mlo- p ly to th is office. EGGS EO b T HATCHING.— N ice s tra in R hode Isla n d R eds *1.00 p e r IB. A lso hav e a nlco cockerel fo r sale. E. W LONG, P h one 616-6. i ____________ TT'ISH IN G TU G F O - SAXE.— F o rty -fce t 1 ' o v er all. tw elv e fe e t beam , g ro ss tonnage tw elve, n e t eleven, 36 n. p. K o h len b erg ‘tw o c y lin d e r g a s e n g in e ^ B u r- g e r b u ilt h u ll fu lly equipped, w o r th *2,000.00. * 1,200 cash b u y s I t C. 0 . L „ T he A dvocate, ‘ — W isconsin. W o rth A ddress S tu rg e o n Bay, 4-16-tln 1O J B SA XE.— Im proved f a rm ° f 8® ?' a c re s. 60 a c re s u n d e r c u lt...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

THE ADVOCATE IS THE OFFICIAL BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERS ■OF S O T S THE'.C2TV/AND' V O L . 53 N O . 4 S T U R G E O N B A Y , W iS ., T H U R S D A Y , A P R IL 23, 1914. MARINE NEWS I N T H E LO CA L H A B B O H . Clarence E. Long on Saturday adjust­ ed the compass of the tug Robert Fitzt gerald while that craft was in port. The steamer Philetus Sawyer was dis­ charged from the shipyard on Sunday when she went to Menominee .to load ’lumber. , The steamer Ann Arbor No. 4 passed thru the bay for the first time this sea­ son on Saturday forenoon, while on her ’ way to Menominee.' The steamer Addie Wade, Capt. Jos. Lemere is all- ready to go into .commis­ sion, and.will probably get away the end of. the. present week of the first of next. All the boats of the stone fleet are ready, to go at a moment’s notice, and are waiting for orders from the contract- ■ ors as to when they will be ready for material. : . ' The first- storm -signls of the. season were hoisted, on Saturday,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

THE ^ STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 23, 1914.! STATE NEWS IN BRIEF COUNTY N E W il ' John Schutto, ngsd 80,\" hanged himself in a burn a t Oshkosh. Illness and pov­ erty drove him to the deed. Ferdinand KIoss, aged 40, was killed . in a Runaway at- Merrill. He was thrown from the wagon and his back and arms broken. Mora than 200 sheep have ueen killed in RaeiW county within the last month by dogs. \\Sheep misers have, organized to conduct {^campaign o f‘dog extermina­ tion. Racine eountV townships .have, repu­ diated the state Highway aid law. paly four voted road appropriations and ap- plidd’ for hid this, year last year: till voted funds and all received state help. The charge of manslaughter against Richard Obey who accidental^’ killed Bal­ thasar Krinnn in. mistake f o r \\ deer near Merrill last' fall, was dismissed ,in cir­ cuit court and' the man was formally acquitted of the charge, ' Michael yiontonara, .aged four, .sohvof Fr?d Montonara, of Racine, met: instant death w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

L O A N CHARLES f e f a s '^ s ever Seen otf a professional ‘“ C o S : from any w orld, the blonder would have been Inexcusable coming Irom P° rlot Grubb, it nearly precipitated a r lo L and the demonstration swelled when \"Skeets*’ -Tilford drove out the 1 single which should have scored Me Kae IrOlU Uiuw. , — h t t . IV 'fofw'ard, a n d to fer came tfee'tfi®, teklngC oreon entirely by aorprlse. “A peach 1” said Umpire B urke J . y . «» thought Bra- ol yol's. oofl the »»» said tbe old man. \"Delay bts {eet a dusty ™ ^ .tprtX b 0I) hte ii can,\" ( un \\ ••A-h-b b h. Bruno and the It nearly P * ke? oIJ lf P eh? Oh, these Good thing h ? v iiek y —that'B all. They a clout nt It'.” “ Three innings to go, ” i S o r e h ” ?««■ soi«y«? i bv the acting mac over and sa ^ out to warm op w rlstTfo old tirne ^ '\" '’' X S g S ^ for him, an d M cL eu i^m lsJu d g ibow . against the wit^ stand. AleCbaDS a n o n a n d tr ^ U e d aftef the W ould the.old fe 'r,L U“ V! , ‘bh i»y Stev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

After being out less than an hour, the ■ Jury in the libel suit of George E. Wil­ liams, an attorney versus the Daily ... Northwestern, a newspaper, brought in a ■ verdict for the defendant in circuit court a t Oshkosh. . Mr. WilliamB sued for §15,000 damages. . Jacob F. W ittig, Jr.. 37 years old cashier of the First National bank of M arinette died late Saturday afternoon, He Buffered from a hemorrhage of the brain Friday, which caused partial par­ alysis. Death came without his recover­ ing from the stroke. The new §3,000 parsonage of St, Joseph’s Catholic church a t Durand was totally destroyed by fire Saturday. Fath- • er Vousson lost a library, his vestments, valued a t §300, his money, also Church collections. I t is believed the blaze was of incendiary origin -. Struck by lightning during a severe ' thunder storm late Saturday, Leo Zentel, a farmer living near Manawa was in Btantly killed as he was returning from work in a field. Two horses which he was driving wer...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

THE STUE6E0N BAY ADVOCATE, APRll 23, 1914. A TRIP TO SHANGHAI, CHINA. Interesting Account of a Journey to the Orient as Told by a Former Door Connty Boy. first Impressions of Many Cities. Shanghai, China. Dear Friends:— It is now a little more than two months since I said gbod-by to Wiscon- .-. sin and departed for China—that strange country which seemed very far away, when I left the States but which, now that I have arrived in it, seems quite near America, even though the Pacific , Ocean lies between, and mail. requires almost a month’s time to reach one. 1 am writing in the hotel where I am at present living in Shanghai, and as I think of the five thousand or more miles • 1 have traveled to arrive here I strange ■ ly enough have but a small conception of the distance I have traveled. I regard my journey only as a matter of three or four weeks travel, for the twenty or more days on board the steamer with nothing but water on all sides and with the steady, unceasing throb of the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

sturgeon 36 a? Bfcvocatc Entered In the Post-olllco a t Sturge'oii Bay, WJs., as second-class m atter. . Published Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, V is. RATES UF SUBSCRIPTION: . One y ear • • • ,. .$1,5® Six m o n th s.. . . . . . . . Four m onths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6U Two m onths .................................. .2.* ‘Single co nies.. . . . . . . . . . . . • Two dollars .will be charged If not paid within the year.-'- DUDLKY S. LONG Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis.,. April'23, 1914. . Gov. McGovern will not call a speeia.' session of the legislature to act. oh ap-. propriation measures^ believing tha there is not a demand for same. Less than 40 per cent of the towns endorsed ■ the petition for an extra session. - ADDITIONAL COTJNTY NEWS MAPLEWOOD Miss Her tha Jarchow will • spend the week- with Miss Gertie Klumb a t Stur­ geon Bay. ' ~ The “H. E. Club” on Thursday- even­ ing met ,*syith tlie Misses Agatha and Julia Geier. An exceptionally good time was enj...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 23, 1914. LOCAL ITEMS. Woman's. .Missionary. Society.—The Woman’s Missionary Society of the Con­ gregational church will meet with Mrs. A: Kalmbaeh on Tuesday, April 28th. Advertised Letters.— The following mail m atter remains undelivered a t tee local postoffice: Rudolph Olson, John Brassington, Clifford Chambers, Charles Hamen, Archie Matthews. Patents Saw Guard.—Lawrence N. Nel­ son has secured patents on'a saw guard, which protects the operator from injury. He will endeavor, to get the manufac­ tured article., on the market as soon as : possible. School Encyclopedias.—The city schools within the week received a set of 28 volumes'of the latest encylcopedias for the library,. The works are ■ the very best, and a valuable acquisition to the institution. Meeting of Woman’s Club.—A regular 1 meeting of the Womans Club was held in the library building Friday afternoon, during which Dist. A tty. Sanderson spoke to those assembled on, behalf of the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

SPRING TIME. TH E STURGEON BAY a DVOCATE, APRIL 23,. 1914. H ow beautiful is Spring! when ull the .■• ■'■ a ir :I s redolent w ith fresh and newborn charm s, \" W hen forest trees, which late \"Were bleak and bare, ■. Extending wide their m ute and rug- ged arm s, Are clothed anew in all th eir vernal ' .bloom, ■ In gorgeous livery' attired once' more, W hich W inter, in his cold arid' cheerless tomb . ' 4 •'• • ' H ad vainly : sought to . lock forever- more. . / ' Yes, beautiful is spring! when shrub and , trod ’■ Unfold to lig h t th eir tender, leaf and bloom, -'•'.V-X- And odors sweet as is th e laden bee, T hat homeward wends, to rich garner room, . .'-■■■■' ... ■ A rc borne on every- breath and 'every breeze, • And.till: th e a irw ith soft, delicious balm How, d u ll'th e soul such blessings can- ■s not please, Nbr.fill w ith strange delight, nor heav­ enly calm! And beautiful 1« youth! so fair and so bright, So full of hope, of promise a n d of Joy,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

TBS STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 23, 1914. A H A FH IX . B H O W E E . Hark! hear the warm rain falling, From April’s changeful skies The wild-tioWers in the woodlands ■ Laugh out in sw eet surprise. As,' wakened from their dreaming Beneath the last year’B leave* They see on m il and meadow. The web the springtime weaves. • • 4 The robin in 'th e niapie Sings fitfully and low. As if but half remembered , The song he used to know , H is little heart is happy As from his burnished wing, In pauses of his singing, He shakes the rain of spring. The buds on elm and w illow . S e e m glow ing as we look : Spring legends are repeated , V By every breeze and brook The air is full o f fragrance, . The sky is brightly blue One hour of April weather ' . / Has made the old world new. -■ —Eben • E. Rexford. THE COST OF RAISING COW. A DAIRY ^According ’ to investigators m . the He partraent of Agriculture, the,average net cost of/raising a dairy heifer 1 year old on a Wisconsin farm is §39.52...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAY aDVOCa TE! APRIL 23, 1914. COUNTY NEWS NASEWATJEEB. The Van Camp vinevs stat.'oned at Tiuihc’s wore this wook takcu .(lo^vii aiul removed to the town line of Jacksoiiport. A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mis. Win. May on April 91 li no mention of w hich iias appeared in ,tlrs column Robert Schumacher on the 17th inst. sowed 20 bushels of oats on his farm in this' to w n , which is probably the ear­ liest sowing, of grain in th e c o u n ty tliis season. Linda, the \" 4-year-old daughter of Juiious SchoenroeK, has been seriously, ill during the past week with pneumonia and fears were a t one time, entertained for 'her recovery. The crisis was passed Monday night since which \".time she ap- pars to be on the gain. / Helen, the: 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sperbcr, was taken to Green Bay Wednesay morning -for the purpose of undergoing an operation The young lady was operated, upon for appendicitis some time ago, arid is there­ fore receiving more than -h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

- ■ - ... ' ■ \" - ' \\ . f - - ' . . . : .. . . .. THE AUVOCATE IS THE OFFICIAL PAP£B THE CITY AND THE COUNTY. VOL. 53 NO. 5 ■/■••sc ' JOB WORK THXSs OFFICE STURGEON BAY, WIS,, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914. $1.50 A YEAR , MAR NE NEWS ' GEWE*AXi U A R IK 2 XTOTES. ' Marine Transfers. The tug- Saugatuck, owned by John P. Nagle of Toledo, and Catherine Nagle ■of Buffalo, has been purchased by the John -Schroeder Lumber- company . for $5,000. She is now a t Toledo being over­ hauled. In about three weeks she will -.proceed to Ashland, Wis,, where she will :be employed. The schooner Minnie Aldrich has been v apid ,by Minnie Kronea to'George Cota 3and Christian' . Peterson, of Menominee, ' Mich.,, for $800. . . Herman-A* GreilLng has sold the steam ­ er Albert Soper ^to the Greilihg. Bros, ■company of Green Bay. The. considera­ tion is, not announced. Peter Moe has sold the tug'El'yira M ■to Charles and William Swaer of Pensau- kee for $200. ' Ernest Knack has sold the tug ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

, TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, A PRIL 3), 1914. I f A V A D IT D r'C C E T A V A M V urnler groat disadvantages. Unable to - O l i l l U I v U R U E j I j v U I vU IV II obtain a lonnsuffieient to pay tlie obli- gations created by its' construction it f a y s Tribute To Administration 01 compelled to run in debt for much - ! of the w ork and m aterial. . These bills -I have since been paid off, w ith th e ex­ ception of th e help received from the city, which it is intended to repay in i tim e. In addition to this, water- and - ‘ _ ------- I heat mains have been p u t in, all of Following is. the address made to th e , which has been paid for by the plant, new council a t the tim e of organisation I Some of this has been paid for in, scr- by M ayor Garland, which was n ot pub-- vice, all of which has now been squared lfshed j a s t week on account of being | ” P- and th e coming fall the plant will Predecessor. Advises Improve­ ment For Electric Light: ’ Plant. crowded for space: O...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 30, 1914. mm* \"e^0 m m m \\ I ^Esibio altatA\\ SALTILLO | / ^ I / / f t ' ^ j f c k ^ .wr ^ \\ I yX PACHUCA J'j. l • , ~ 7 \" * m o r e u a / ATAMOROS CAMPECHE I I Konrad of Lystonfeld , BY EMMA C. DOWD. The King of AVonia -was an old man, and the last of his race. He -was a good and wise king, and his long reign had been one of prosperity and peace. The Avonians loved and revered their ruler, and when th e y . looked upon his white hair and his aging form they were troubled, wondering who would be his successor. : ■ / When, therefore, the king made known his desire to choose a youth w hom ..e should adopt as his son and. rightful heir to the throne, there was not in all Avonia a dissenting voice, . !_?-' F ar in the. north’of the kingdom, where green hills shut in a small hamlet, lived a shepherd,named ■. Konrad. He was a handsome, athletic lad, fine of form and kind of heart. In^fact,. there was. no.t a youth in the village more beloved than h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

1 By CHARLES E. VAN LOAN f THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIt-30^ 1914. II.—SW EENEY TO SA N - GUINETTI TO SCHULTZ From “ The Ten Thousand Dollar A rm and O ther Tales of the Big League” Copyright, IBIS, by Small. M a y n ird fe» Company WEE.NEV to Sanguiuetti to Schultz.\" Thus it used to ap­ pear In the b o s: score sum- umry of the games In which the old Mudbens took p a rt Some­ times, of course, It was \"Suugulnetti to Swieefiey to Schultz.\" which was u mere m atter of inconsequential detail depending upon which side of the bug the ball was h it If anything or a chain lightning nature was due to happen in the Infield it was a certainty ^hpt It would be Btarted by the Irish manv pushed along by the Italian and f in i s h ^ by the German. As for the third baseman, he was only a married roan, witb tb ree children and a touch of rheum atism -in his right knee. He did hbt count The real stars of. the Mudben infield were Sweeney, San gulnetti and Schulte. W hether it was the red he...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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