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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY A P V ^ T E ITAY n » « . By CH A RLES E. V A N LO A N f w a W ' i m m Rleaguethe IV .-T H E P H A N T O M : : : : L E A G U E : : s F ro m “ T h e T e n T h o u s a n d D o llar A r m a n d O th e r T ales o f th e Bid L eag u e\" Copyright. 1B12, by Small, M aynard &> Company , OBERT DAVIS FRISBEE. Pop Frisbee, for short, was a big ' scout ' For benefit of those who m ay not know the exact status of the baseball scout we will lay a finger'on a few of the conditions which created this particular branch of the sporting ^service. A long tim e ago baseball was a rec­ reation. Then it grew into a commer­ cial experim ent broadened into a pay­ ing proposition and is now, in point of money invested, interests staked and popular following, the greatest out­ door am usem ent enterprise in the ’w orld.. . When baseball began to pay the m anagers set about securing perform­ e rs who would draw money a t the box nffice—th a t is to say, players who could win ...

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 — 14 May 1914

th e sn m c e o n »AY ABVOCAII 1AY H ,1»H t t l s Feared U. S. GorcuLHas Been Murdered, DICTATOR’S PLAN T OR DELAY WILL NOT BOW TO WILSON Vl»a is Stumbling Block In Way . of Mexican Dictator, It Is Believed, Would Schemes—Rebel Leader Says After Taking Saltillo and Tampico He Will ' - Chase Maas from Vera Cruz—After Huerta Next. Mexico, City, May 13.—Acting For/ »*gn Secretary Esteva Ruis late ^n tlie night announced that at. the .request ■of the Brazilian minister .the Mexican government has ' agreed to release /.U nited States Consul Silliman a t Sal­ tillo, to have him brought to this cap Hal ancL toplace him a t the dispose/ of |h e ' Brazillan legation, which must ^ promise that he shall leave Mexico. ■ Washington, May 13.—Steps have been taken by the/U nited States - to demand the release of U. S. Consul '-Silliman held in jail a t Saltillo and the belief here is th at the communication o f the United States goes so far as to threaten a re-opening of hostilities un­ ...

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 — 14 May 1914

THE STURGEON^ BAYADVOCATE MAT 14, 1914 f V I O M T E V E S . l l y M arguerite h ath violet* eyes. And o ft fro n t th eir depths of blue, -A look to my love-look replies: \"O yes, I love, X love b u t you.” S w eet violet eyes,' of purer blue Than skies which hold the s ta rs above .Reveal in their tran sp aren t hue JDivinest m ysteries of love. / , l f lig h t of soul so pure, divine In all our human eyes should glow, T he w orld would soon transfigured shine And angel pathw ays men would know. ' Thine eyes, e’er beam ing true for me W ill lead mine steps in ways along \"Where all earth 's fairest flowers be, And b rig h test birds sing sw eetest song F ro m w hat fa r world beyond our skies, Shone down th a t brigh t celestial beam \"Which gives to thy sweet, soulful eyes’ Such heavenly blue, such s ta rry gleam ? . ■ , —H iram Torrey. (*)ur £cra|i -Book. How They Managed. “PaciTup your things as soon as-you please, my dear,” said Mr. Chesney. “We’re going to move on Saturday...

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 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE 'M A Y 'l V » l i ' *•Â«•• hH/ao»y vs m . sturficpii HDvocate Vnteredi in the #oBt:eim o at Sturgeon Bay,:AVis., as. Second-class , matter. , ■ • ■■ ‘ :■ .........^ ,V..‘- Published Every Thursday, a t Sturgeon ■■ Bay, Wis. \" R A T E S O P SU B S C R IP T IO N : O n e y e a r. -----•.......... .\\$1-§J? Six m o n th s. .................. . . . . . . . . . . . .76 ..F our m o n th s. .......... .-. • ■ •• • • Two m o n t h s ..... •*“ Single ..copies...................... . - . . . . . . . ■.' .y*! ~ \"Two dollars will be charged if not paid •within the year. ■ DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Stdrgoon Bay, Wis.,' May i4, 1914. I t Is stated that E. W. LoRoy of M arinette is a candidate for Senator Perry’s scat, thclatter having unequiv­ ocally-refused to be a candidate for re- election, : Chas. W Post, the millionaire manu­ facturer of Battle Creek, Mich., shot and Trilled himself at Santa Barbara, Cal , Saturday morning. Illnessid ...

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 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY AD LOCAL ITEMS. To Speak a t Depere.—Judge'H enry Graass will make the Memorial address a t Depere on Decoration Day. Phil’s Milk Wagon.—Phil Overbeck i« throwing on\" considerable style in his new milk. Wagon, which is certainly a most up-to-date and elegant affair. Advertised Letters.—The following un­ delivered .letters remain at the locai post office: Wm. Keto, Ernst Langry, Capt. Frank Elliott, care of Str. Ralkas- ka. Memorial Services.-—The G.A. R.Mjem- orial services will this year be held in the Moravian church on May 24th, Rev. Helmich delivering-the address on that occasion. . Episcopal Services. — There will be Episcopal services Sunday, May 17th in Odd Fellows h a ll'a t 10:30 a. m., Bishop Weller of Fond. du Lac and Rev. Horatio Gates officiating. . . Big Catch of Herring.—Jarve Maples ■' and Fred. Wilkie piade a nice catch of herring ori Saturday- morning,' \"bringing in something lifc’e '4^00 pounds- from the lift they made on th at day. They wer...

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 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 14, 19X4. _ m m s A stn u a o . Apple-blossom ed and Jocund Spring . Looked laughin g over the garden w all, , A s w e tried to m easure w ith b its o f ' strin g . Our cherub, who strove - to stand so ' tall, ■ -- S ly ly tiptoeing, her . thick curls-th row in g H igh in mussfcs above her crown, B u t at la st assen tin g, when naught preventing, ■' ■ Tlie m eagre figures, were jotted down, H ow pretty sh e looked, half-hidden awii'J- In apple-blossom s when all w as done! -It'w a s the Morning if L ife and o f May: And so we‘m easured the Lau&.iing One Splendid August, w ith flowery trail Looked, sm iling, into the dainty room W here the m aidens m easured for robe and veil, Our darling who stood in her bridal b lo o m ,, S till idly shaking her curls, and m aking P layfu l ado with.'each Item sm all. B u t b r ig h t w ith p le a s u r e W h e n to ld th e ' m e a s u r e “ .O f. one that was queenly-shaped and tall. • - H ow lovely she loo...

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 — 14 May 1914

WHS -GTURGEONBAY ADVOCATE MAt 1 *«4. -• ••• ~*ae- ■■■■ -■ ■--■•*. A Russian € c ^ Rebellious Nobles Plot Death of Their Czar, But, Conspiracy is Discovered and Awful Punishment Meted Out. We believe it is not certainly known a t the present day whether Nicholas 1,1 Emperor and Autocrat of all the Rus- j sians, died a natural or a violent death but it is certainly, known that for many' ■years preceding his death he lived in constant danger of assassination. Yet he was a bold, brave man a believer in fate, defied his. enemies, aqd shrunk from no duty. They might destroy, but they could not appal him. The first, great danger , menaced him in 1839. In th at year the rumor spread abroad th at he contemplated what his successor has -performed, the liberation of all the serfs. The very idea of such a thing filled the nobles with' terror. They fancied they foresaw a two-fold .calam ity- a Iciss of property and a loss of life. The serfs were their slaves, their chattels, ove...

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 — 14 May 1914

THJJ STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE MAT 14, 1914. ^ _ l p l § l P iliiiis ' *v i^StofrA s' .. '& ****, —.»*•* -k ^ * '1H • t ivl * X s i & i v/ \"' s. * * _ _ , i i f ^ * | i \\\\(£ ' * i[ r| « * i ’w *’ .s ' ' t- i \\ - ■** '**■■:■ »- ' - . ...« *. ' .1 — __ ^ ^ DENTIN THREATENED BY MQB Tone American “'In'/Mexlce City.:j»r# tected by Brazilian Embassy. Vera Cruz, May 13.—From Mexico I ! .) come late' reports th at large numbers of men and boys are drilling in \"me streets.' A lew nights ago_,a r, ob gathered-, before the Brazilian le­ gation and demanded th at Luis d’An- tiu,' an attache of the A m erican em­ bassy. who had taken refuge there, be delivered over. Threats were made to kill him. \"The Brazilian . m inister notified the slate--departm ent, th at he would su r­ render \"d’Antin only' in case he was oi erpowered, by the mob. T hd'ahtip V.ihy to the attache was due to the.fact th at he is the only American official lelt in the capital, and b ecau sd jo fh...

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 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 14, 1914.' |a m and Jtowr. LE TTIN G DO W N T H E B A B S. Coe! Cherry,. Pink, and Bonnybell! Make haste each, sliver hoof! The sky Is redder than a rose The sun Is on the roof The winds are like a chanted psalm— The voices all In tune— Come, Daffodilly, be astir, ~ ' 7‘ Don’t loiter there till noon! My neighbor’s herds are all a-fleld— Somehow that foolish Larz \"VVill never learn to be in haste, A -letting down the bars! I met him in the orchard lane - The bramble hedge was bare,: But suddenly I seemed to breathe A sweeter, liner air! ' A blue-bird on an apple-bough, ” Began to pipe and sing. And all my heart was lightly stirred : W ith some vague joy of spring • I'm sure the way was but a step, I walked with blue-eyed Larz:—- • / Dear me! he must have' tarried long , • A -letting down down the bars! Coe! Lady Pink! hie, Bonnybell! 7 - , Come up, my Daffodil ’ 7 V,‘ The sun is but a span above 7 .’7 The crest of Cedar hill Some robin pipes his vesper ...

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 — 14 May 1914

V-'L /' T H S STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 14, 1914. I COUNTY NEWS States and that they are easily able to whip, them in case of\" war. f ' V AMONG THE CHU&CHBS. j Iff, S E V A S T O P O L Richard Wilke and family autoed to /m/eii vuruiouy s aswmg outjuc js.ex* Forestville Sunday to visit tho former’s 1)ected. to finish the work at Maple Leaf parents. • . Corner this week. ' ■ , , ... Probably more and harder work was -. Willie Urban left recently for Blue performed by the farmers of this town jyver Wis., where he has been hired to daring the past week than ever before, niuke-cheese for the season. ! ‘ ^ a rcs.lt the great bulk of this work has Wn«ng every . day smce the first' of been finished and most farmers are ready and.. .tl^ . receipt of rm k .a very to prepare the seed beds for.com and T^^cheese ,_l)uyer of the Algoma other later planted stuff. / ' ri Produce Cp, was v.stor here Mouuaj ^ : : r on one or his \\ regular-visits to l)6 or Mr.\" E. Ai. Cofnille, i)i ^lilwauke...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 21 May 1914

BRING ■TH AT NEXT JOB WORK HERS NEAT JOB WORK AT THIS OFFICE VOL. 53 NO. 8 STURGEON BAY, WiS * THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1914. YEAR MARINE NEWS, GBBEXr BAT SOTBB. 'The steamer John Denessen and the little tug Diamond are engaged in tow­ in g Band scows between Green B ay1 and B ed River. The scows recently constructed by the lHartman-Greiling Co., for the govern- ment and to be delivered to the owners «.t points along the ..Mississippi river, \"have passed through, the locks a t Prairie •du Sac. These boats were held u p there for some time during the high stage, of . -water. ' The big tug, J. C. Ames of the Nau 'line left Green. Bay Friday on her first \"trip for the season. She is engaged in towing pulp wood and will be away from \"here most of the time until after the middle of June. The Ames has had a m ost thorough overhauling this winter, A lot of the upper w.ofks aft being prac- . *tically new. Her boiler and machinery has likewise been thoroughly overhauled. 'The tug W. S. Taylo...

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 — 21 May 1914

THE STURGEOH BAY ADVOCATE MAY 21, 1914 BOOB COUNTY CHOSEN. One o! Five in state in Which Study of Road Conditions' Will brigade by I). S. Department of Agriculture. SELECTED BlfsTA TE OFF1CAL. One Hnndred Counties In United States' Picked Ont In WMch To Make Detailed In­ spection of Manner of Building 1 And Maintainance. W ASHINGTON,IT C., May 10.—De- '■ tailed studies of local road building s y s ­ tems in one hundred counties are now being carried on by the Department or ' Agriculture in co-operation with State highwav departments an local authori- ‘ ties 'that present typical and exceptional cousin liave been designated by'the State highway officials as those in which the investigation' should be made: Door, La Crosse, Langlade. Milwaukee and Sauk. The purpose of this study is to dis- cover the points‘ of excellence and de­ fects in existing locgl methods of build­ ing and maintaining' roads which will aid the slate authorities.'to put local road management on a »systemati...

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 — 21 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 21,1014. •ORAL JOHN an feilledI” exclaimed Capt. |e d e y i lta k e those Mexican by, their mode of warfare anything I ever saw in. [ml had won a medal as a in the foreign legion and ansferrea a t his own request command. in Mexico. But | field of service he had'w on Maximilian’s ill-starred I nearing its eild, and Capt. ad himself fighting against odds. |lled the chivalric Frenchman anything else was the fact lilitary education was worth in! this semi-barbarous the people resorted to bush- varfare. On his scouting ex- Sonora he had lost half without once seeing the a the march, and around the a t night, the soldiers were [ one by one, by unseen sharp- vho seemed to defy discovery another man had been kill- was to be done! orporal John to me,” said the oming to the door of his tent. moments Corporal John ap- le was a stalw art yung fellow, honest American face. His sol- baring was th a t of a veteran, a mere youth, he had been war’s roughest school. A t...

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 May 1914

THE STPRGEOW BAY ADVOCATE MAY 21 1814. By CHARLES B. VAN LOAN j V.-BEHIND THE M A SK From “ The Ten Thousand Dollar Arm and' Other Tales of the .Big League” Copyright, 1912, by Small. Maynard i t Company Some men have many friends, and some have few still others are ■ baseball um ­ pires.. (Kind to Kin Hjibbard.) THEHeregardsthe umpire la,’ as a general tiling, a human being, N ’ 1ms same leanings toward friendly intercourse With his fellows, the same universal desire for approbation, the same hopes, the same ambitions, the same sorrows which stir his more fortunate breth­ ren, but if he is a good umpire he will button all these things carefully un- : derneatb his blue serge jacket before he walks out upon the field. Con O’Higgins was an umpire of the old school—praise be, there are still a few of them left, even though we howl because their eyesight Is not1 what it once was. Cornelius edged his way into an um­ pire’s ,ihask after making a careful study of the national pastime ...

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 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE HAY 21, 1914. TAYLOR AT BEUNA VISTA. HOW HE DEFEATED SANTA ANNA W ITH ODDS OF FOUR TO ONE. His Skillful Disposal of Troops to Take Advantage of the Ground—The Vic­ tory Demoralized the Mexicans and Insured Scott's Success, The Angels of Beuna Vista. While the Mexicans were generally cruel and vindictive some instances of kindliness to their American foes have been recorded. The heroic character of the soldiery was lhuch admired, as may be seen in Santa Anna’s language to Gen. Taylor before the battle. On his long march through northern Mexico Gen. Wool found the citizens hospitably disposed, and a touching incident of sym­ pathy for the unfortunate foeman iB treated by the poet W hittier in \"The Angels of Beuna Vista,” where the hero­ ine, Zimena, a young Mexican woman, turns from the body of her soldier nus- band, who fell under Santa- Anna, to give succor to a dying boy from Taylor’s army. 1 ' ' Close beside her fain tly moaning, fa ir and young a sol...

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 May 1914

TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATB MA.yf W ' ' T o a ^ - C ■• ••• MEXICAN WAR NOTES. 52s Sturacon 36av Bfcvocate E ntered in tlie Post-office a t S tu rg eo n ’ Bay, W Is.. a s seco n d -class m atter. P u b lish e d E v ery T h u rsd ay a t S tu rg eo n Bay, W is. R A T E S O F SU B S C R IP T IO N : ! - One y e a r.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .?1»60 S ix m o n th s .. . . . . . . . . .v .. . . . . . . . . . . ,6 F o u r m o n th s ............. -60 T w o m o n th s .. . . . . . . . . — ............ .26 S in g le C o p ie s .. . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . .06 . Tw o d o lla rs w ill be ch a rg e d if n o t p aid w ith in th e year, .. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., M ay 21, 1914. “The Free- Press,” is the nam e of Green Bay’s new daily paper, the first issue of which w as printed last Thursday, May 14. V ictor I. Minihan, the prom inent Green Bay lawyer, is'p resid en t of the Green Bay Publishing Co., the owner of the paper. 1 Form er Police Lieutena...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 21 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ABVOCACT MXY* 21, 1914. ^ I —- r LOCAL ITEMS. Tax Sale.—The annual tax sale took place at the office of County Treasurer, Emil Miller 011 .Tuesday. - Woman’s Missionary Society^—The Womans’ Missionary. Society of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs. John Rysdorp on Tuesday after­ noon, May 25th. Marriage Licenses—County Clerk La- Plant on Wednesday issued a marriage license to Edner Schley of the town of Algoma and, Miss Louisa A. Senft of the Fourth ward of this city.' Unclaimed Letters.—The local post- office reports as' unclaimed the letters ’ adressed to the following: Miss Rigma Spinner, Capt. H. C. Evans, Elmer Olson', Mrs. Ed Lewerich, Miss Inga Peterson, Mrs. J. L. Greenbusch. In County Court.—The only matter before the special term of the county court on Tuesday was the hearing on pe­ tition for administration in the estate oLVolney Si Garett Mrs. Alice R. Koy- eri:! was appointed administratrix with *bpnds fixed a t $I,40Q, ■High School Ball G...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 21 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 21, 1914/ : r: f-: -:-l COMC T M A tlOlT. [It Joy and .Perfectness have crowned a day, A las! we say, this gracious day is done The gods w ill never send us such an one, . H ow ever we rimy strive and pray B u t if In woe th a t knoweth no allay, F u ll slow the anguish-harrow ed hours have run O ur hearts grow lighter w ith the set- ' ting sun, F or then we feel th a t all hours, pass aw ay ■ ■ How .som e are hound t0 L ife w ith gold ■ \" en‘ bands, And life to these is passing sw eet • dear, • They fain would linger in each .lovely ■/- \"S-ear, ' And shun the pilgrim age to Unknown lands, B ut soul* th a t sorrow knqV not any fear .. \"T/v '• W hen 'D eath draw s, n ig h t/w ith healing v. in his hands.' '.V SIR WILLIAM HARLEY BY W V . IL /B . ATKINSON In a \\ very Ancient building nearHhe Battery,'New York City, there is a very modem sou/of edifice. That is to say: the internal arrangements of the second floor hy/tliat antiquated block compr...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 21 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 21, 191+. J&tm 0atden and gom e. A ar A F jrtiB o b o h a b d a b l o o m . S w e et a re th e violets peeping T hrough the so ft green m oss a t my feet, •, , .And th e dandelion golden T h a t strew the meadow, a re sw eet S w eet is th e trailin g arbutus, W ith its exquisite, ra re perfum e,. B u t sw eetest of all S pring's sw eetness Is an apple orchard in bloom. .Delicate-hued and dainty P u re as the h ea rt o f a child .Like snow -drifts over the branches. The m asses of bloom are piled, • T h e honeyrbee, g allan t rover, * F o r a bu tterfly gay m akes room, .As both come to bask in the sw eetness Of an apple orchard in bloom. S orrow m ust sw iftly vanish, A nger and s trife m ust cease A ll trom my h ea rt are crowded By gladness and love and peace .- T h e re is no place for doubting No place fo r fearing or gloom, W hen I gaze on the glorious beauty Of an apple orchard in bloom. er will come, w ith roses— A utum n w ith golden-roa W i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 21 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE Si AY 21, 1914 COUNTY NE’ d e x A o it b a b b o b . / Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Gould, May 7, a girl... And all is well. There has been an unusual amount, of fire running through the woods this year ' and considerable damage lias\" already been done by it to standing timber. • Jens Hansen h as' commenced to build a silo in his bam. Jens seems to be \"“making good” and there is a good pros pect for him having one of • the, best dairies of this community in the Hear future. ■ . ■ ■ Dr, G. R. Egeland of Ephraim /was balled here last week to see Dave Kin-. caidc, who has been • suffering occasion­ ally with stomach' trouble. The trouble has been going on so long th at it has become serious. . There is still considerable interest' in fruit raising here, as evinced' by the large number of , trees that were planted /■again this spring . . .There is a goodly • prospect for au abundant crop of all kinds of fruit tins, season, thet reef be­ ing loaded with...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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