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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 September 1914

I ' r ' ’ , - . ■ - ' ' ' : ' / r - ji ~*C' ,_ — / v ■_ - • ' “ ,. ■ , ’ :~. •*•\". ' / ' v i .. ' : ■ THATNEXT JOB WOftK mi STURC&pN BAY/ WIS,f THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1914. NO. 26 V O L. 53 ^ M a r i n e n e w s T h e tu g Richard F itzgerald has been placed in ordinary for th e present on \" ’\" \" of th e dredging w ork being all A t th e D unham y ard th e tu g Z enith 13 docked for a new rudder, th e M osher fo.- an o th er wheel and th e tu g ,G a ry is vy ceiving repairs to h er crank shaft. The steam er fu n n e ls, Capt. Sam Christopher, arrived th e la s t of th e week w ith lum ber. She has since been laid . up ■ tem porarily o r . u n til som ething tu rn s up for her. The T exas Oil Co. . is now operating a gasoline supply b o at on th e fiver. Thisf c ra ft supplies b oth fuel and lubricating oils to m otor boats anyw here on th e river. She i a in charge of Oscar Arling, pilo t and Ole Johnson, engineer, both being w ell and favorably, know n and theref...

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 — 24 September 1914

THE' STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. S tu rg e o n ifeag H bvocate Published Every T hursday n( Sturgeon . • Bay, vWs. Sintered in the Post-office at Sturgeon Bay,- Wis., as second-class matter. R A T E S O P S U B S C R IP T IO N : On® year.................... .$1.60 ■ix m o n th s ..... .76 Peur months............... .60 T * » m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 ■ingle Copies. ........ ... .06 Two dollars will be charged If not paid Within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wjs., September 24, 1014. EDITORIAL For a man tliat has been killed sev­ eral times and\"wounded ‘every, day or two: the Crown Prince -. of Germany seems to be-doing pretty well. Candidate Karel controlled the Demo­ cratic convention completely, s o that - there will probably be some knifing done a t the polls by the Ayhvard fac tion. y v \\ i ... The Republican State Central com­ mittee is composed of a majority of Philipp men, there being tw...

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 — 24 September 1914

THE STURGEON fiAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. ' 7 — I ' 7„. jle to gain a re s t as a result irtlllery duel which has been or m ore than a week, rrlval o t German re-enforce- stim ated in num ber a t 100,000 m lted in the invaders taking nsive a t several points and it estery for the allies to throw, heavy bodies of m en to eh- 3 German attacking forces. - activity of the B ritish and round SoissonB shows th a t the re continuing th eir flanking snt against the troops of Gen- i Kluck. eat Fighting Near 8olssona. ding to the official announce- sued by th e w ar office the fighting is in progress near i on the extrem e w estern end tattle line and near Rheims in er. rench have been able to move iaviest artillery to the firing t of the Oise, near its junction le Alsne, and a continuous nd day bom bardm ent against man positions is'in progress. If lently believed th a t the French \\ authorities in Paris th a t the positions can be so thorough- rened by the cannonade that nch and B ri...

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 — 24 September 1914

THE. SItJRGEOHi BAYt ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER- 24, 1914. ■Germans Capture Three Russian Towns- and Now- Menace) Fortress: of Grodno. PRZEM YSLBEING BOMBARDED ICzar’a Heavy Siege Guns, Captured . From Austrian*, Are Firing Shells Into Towns—Russian Armies Effect a Juncture. By FREDERICK WARNER. Berlin, Sept. 22.—Three ' ■ German Army corps (120,000 men) are march­ ing on the Russian stronghold of “ Grodno after capturing the towns of Augiistowo, Szozuczyn and Grajevo, ■says an official announcement- issued : h e r e X - : ' . v '' ■ ' ■ Grodno is an important railway cen­ te r on the River Niemeri. It is on the main lino between. Petrograd and War- saw. The city is strongly fortified and is the capital of the government of Grodno. The three captured towns are' along the frontier of Russian Po­ land. .' - ' The statement continues: y “The campaign of the eastern army cqptinyes successfully. Part of the Grodno army -defeated by General Hindenburig has joined the fragments of the...

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 — 24 September 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 24,1914. F, A. Bretiart of Canip Douglas was killed, Edward Klingbell, Fall Creek, is ' ■dying as a result of • crashing into a freight train on the Omaha road while Tiding on a gasoline speeder near Eau Claire. . Joseph Schwondcraann, tender of the Northwestern railroad bridge across the river below the second Jock a t Kaukari- n a.. (ell from the abutment a t the west end of th e bridge and broke his neck •dying jnstantly. Ales Matson, aged 20 years, may lose the sight of both of his eyes as the re­ sult of a premature explosion of dyna­ m ite being used for blasting Btumps on liis father’s farm in the Four Mile Creek district, west of Washburn. The’ body of W illiam Reis, 45 years old, a butch.er, of Green Bay, was found floating in the Fox river on Friday. If is believed he fell into the river some time Sunday night, aa he was la?t seen Sunday noon, when ho\" was planning to go boat, riding. Judge Cliloupek of Manitowoc, has ruled th a t....

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 — 24 September 1914

t h e s tu r g e o n b a y a d v o c a te /S e p te m b e r 24, i 9i 4. | p e r s o n a l s !which Mrs. C.. B. Packard left. Tuesday for Autigo to spend a couple of weeks vis­ iting relatives. Among our callers AVednesuay lycre: J. A. Carlson, Henry Gfename and Gust, Hcise of Ellison Bay. . . . -William AVorley left yesterday for Green Bay, where lie will speuU a week’s vacation -visiting relatives.. a. ' Misses Anna and Mary Urdahl left Friday for Milwaukee wlmv^key - ex­ pect to remain indefiniteljK Mr: and Mrs. Alexanders of Kewanee spent Sunday aj^tne home of Otto Erd- ily . ■ ■where Miss^Xfay Coy of Hickory, Oconto coufiiy, arrived hero Friday morning to week with friends.’ Bert Thorp spent Saturday, and. Sun­ day with his family here, having taken a. run down from Green Bay. / ' Ellis Stokdyke- on Sunday •Â» left for Chicago where lie lias entered the em­ ploy of the J. V. Fai-well Co. J. H. Brandenburg arrived here Fri­ day morning to spend a few days vis­ iting a f...

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 — 24 September 1914

•Vtp THE STURGEON' BAY ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. LOCAL ITEMS ' Painting City5 Hall.—Tli6^ trood work on the outside of the city toll,w as this week given a fresh coatq?£'paint, some­ thing th at it-w as in need - ‘ ■ Episcopal^v.^ryices.—Tliere. will be RpiscopaLsey^ic^viiext Sunday- morning, September^T^ f^'lbijib, a t the Our1 Fel- Jo’ws Hall. .J^):TToratio Gates, delivering the sermbi$ 5 ( - . • £ ' Rural Carriers Exanntotion.-^TlieiS-u- ral earriers.,examiiation of Door county will be lield oh’-Saturday, Sept. 26,- a t 9 o'clock a. rib, in this city', Applicants are requested to be prompt. On State Central Committee.—J. Tid- . Ward Harris, a former resident of 'th is city but now of Green Bay, is a member of the state central committee of, tlie Social Democratic party from this dis­ trict. , . Schobls Close.—Tho public and paro- . . chial schools closed • on Wednesday . to permit, the'Scholars and teachers to at- . tend the fair. According to. all reports .., there 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 — 24 September 1914

r: 'V THE STURGEON jBAY ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. The Miller's Maid. \\ Near the linmlct of Uiiorf, on' the lwnk of the Rhine, not far from Bonn, there yet stands the mill'which was the scene- of the following'adventure: One sabbath morning the miller and lii3 family, set out as usual to attend service at the nearest church Tn the vil­ lage of Hca'sel. leaving the mill, to which the dwciling-house wan t»6tached, in charge o f his Servant-maid Hanclicn. n hold-hearted g irl\\y lio had been some ' time in his service. Tim youngest child, wlio was still too little to go to church , remained also under her W . . .... As. Jlanclien was busily \\« g « g e d in ' preparing dinner for tin fam ily^she was interrupted by a. visit from her admirer, Heinrich Bottelor. He w as an 'idle, graceless fellow, and her master, who dlcnciv hig-character well, had forbidden him .the house hut Hanchen could not believe all the stories she heard against her lover, and, was sincerely attached to him...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 September 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. J a m $atdf« and gome. PROVIDING POULTRY SUPPLIES FOR WINTEk. Make sure that you provide a proper .variety of -rationg for the poultry this Winter. Save every head of late cabbage for green feed. They are excellent for the layers in winter. ’ Clip \"expry sunflower head off and save it for'the poultry. The seeds make a fine feed for the fowls, being laxative in their effect. All surplus carrots, turnips, etc., • should be carefully stored away and used as the vegetable part of the ra­ tions for the poultry this winter. The small- potatoes, wasted by most ' farmers at digging-time, can be boiled and made to serve the flock well during the winter months, working them into the. maah of bran and com-chop. Any odd nooks and corners of wheat millet, buckwheat, etc., about the farm can be mown or cut with the binder and stored away without threshing with the grain, in the head. Such: grain can be scattered in. the scratching-shed, which 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 — 24 September 1914

• ' ■ '' V -S ! THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. /.. COUNTV NEWS -■■ .■ M APLEW OOD.' No school W ednesday/all jbildrcri. be­ ing requested to take in the fair. Mrs. Lojjis Braves and children spent from Friday' u n til‘Sunday morning of the past' week, visiting with heri. moth­ er at' Algoma. , Miss Clara Bussc on Saturday left for Chicago where she will attend „ school. Miss Bussc will study osteopathy' and her many friends here will wish her the best of success in her chosen work. I t has been rumored th at the Maplei Wood Sewing club will begin their reg­ ular meetings soon. The d u b will se­ lect a new nanie and reorganise at the m eeting,. the date however, not having yet been set. Albert Hertin an, formerly employed on the farm of Julius Biis«n, is now ■ learning the cheese-making unde at^the / Jarchow factory. Another ehc^semnk- . -cr! Forestville can boast 0b a ts cheese-' mnkers to he sure. , :! Fortunate indeed, Jis^htaplcwood, to have a rail...

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

-i , v.?i • ’ I- ^ \\ i - X ' . / BRIJTO [ THAT NEXT OHK HIS O FPIC i . ,J)B^.W.ORK. i ' \"- h e r e i THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. STURGEON BAY, WIS:, NO. 27 V O L , 53 YEAR MARINE NEWS GBNEBAXi MAErWE NOTES. Capt. Lohr of the steamer' Steel King ■was taken off liis boat a t Cleveland last week dangerously ill. t i.: Whaleback slioal east end gas and, bell buoy is reported extinguished by the lighthouse service ■ and will be relighted as soon as practicable. • \\ ! The steamer hlaywood of the Hill Steamboat line, has been in drydock a t Milwaukee for : an. overhauling prepar­ ato ry to the late fall and winter ser- ■ Tice. '.}-. By the -bursting of/th e main steam pipe o n t h e steammr .Marquette And Bessemer No 2 when .off Conneriut, O., the vessel was .disabled and Herman Eikenburg. scalded tp death. Patrick Honnelly wa8 ypadly burned. .. The boat was towed into harbor, the crew being Obliged to rpw .12 miies for assistance . St. Clai^ Mjch., claims the distinction Kpt,:hav...

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 — 1 October 1914

THE STURGEON - BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER l, 1914. ^ Sturgeon Btoocate ftoMlahed Ever: a t Sturgeon latered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay. Wis., as second-class matter. KATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: y e a r ....................... 11.50 months.......................... 7E months ............. E0 months ......... 2S rle Copies...............................................05 _ wo dollars will be charged If not paid Within the year.' ’f e r 1 -SSjrie Tan DUDLEY S. LONG,- Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., October 1, 1014, EDITORIAL Virginia went “dry” last week.. And here we have always had an entirely different opinion of the .Virginians. Sup pose the next thing we will hear of Ken­ tucky, North Carolina and South Caro­ lina doing the same thing.. And then it will sure be a long time betweeri^irinks. “Fathers’ Clubs” are being organized in different localities—and are becoming quite popular. “W hat kind of a father are you” is the motto of the organize tion, and the purpose, is to dis...

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 — 1 October 1914

'A w : : i. y y / y y y y « All ier u n Oil 3 did no! ul th e ir vfoBARD m « NTO it, Mr. Both Sides Suffer Enormous L osses in Fighting. s Troops C apture Another Fort a t Przemysl. END OF BIG BATTLE IS NEAR? to be In one a /o p u u he fiml^alines, craft?”. PRISONERS Slight Heights of thp Guard Is Cut to Ktuck Is Losing. ^Invaders Menace Vienna and Berlin as Francis Joseph’s Soldiers Are ’ • Routed-—Division Flees to Mountains. might istinquisl 'which tli Ivins of ! to Mountains. linat. T - .Lohdon, Sept. 29.—The A ustrian iarmy of 'G alicia is now divided in , -_y jfhree parts.. One part Is bottled up and •'bom barded in the rem aining fo rts'o f Przem ysl, and-anofher fort there was -captiired during the day,, rendering th e situation of the garrison more pre­ carious, than ever. Another division of the A ustrians is retreatin g across the Carpathian •mountains into H ungary, closely pur­ sued by the Russians And the- rest, excepting those who are lighting ■ Servians in the ...

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 — 1 October 1914

THE STURGEON 1 BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 1,1914. NOTICE OF State ot Wisconsin, ■ ■ Department of Slate—ss. NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN that at '■a , .general election to lie held .in the several towns, wards, villages ana. elec­ tion districts of the state of ■Wisconsin, •Jn the first Tuesday succeeding the first Monday of November. A. D. 1014. be“\\S‘ the third day. of said month, the fol­ lowing officers are to be elected: . A Governor, In place of Francis Mc­ Govern w hose term of office will expire on the first Monday, of January, A. D. ^ A Lieutenant Governor, iS place of . Thomas .Morris, whose term of .office ■will’expire on the first Monday of Jan- U A ySecretary of State, In place of John ■5. Donald, whose term of .office wUl expire on the first/M onday of January, E s t a t e ' Treasurer, lii place of Henry Johnson, whose term of office will \"expire on the first Monday of January, : 19An Attorney General, in place Of W alter C. XOwen, whose term ,of office w ill ex...

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 — 1 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, OCTOBER i, 1914, It had been a-sort of brooding day since dawn thick heavy, oppressive, ■with a light-breeze that was like steam for warmth and damp, and a very quiet surface' of ocean. Not so much as the head of a cloud had shown anywhere • yet the sky was as dingy- as the atmos­ pheric thickness could make it, with the sun in the midst o.f it like a red hot warming pan and a wake under him in the thick and sluggish water that might have passed for drippings of blazing oil slowly settling. At sundoivj., when the shadows' entered tliis weather, it fell pitch dark. No man aboard the ship that lay motionless in the heart of it ever re­ membered a deeper blackness. ’ There could have been nothing in the most stooping and lowering of electric storms to lling a more ebony complexion upon the deep than the' night air now held. The wind, too, died out when the even­ ing came down, and the vessel that had been slowly rippling through it all day ■was brought...

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 — 1 October 1914

THE STURGEON-BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER i$ i4 [ PERSONALS 'Thst6rk on Tuesday loft iv baby girl a t tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph : Habcrlie. . •William Drneb of Kewaunee came over from Kcwaiinec Tuesday, on a bus- ■ incss trip. ■ . Senator M. W. Perry and, wife were among the Algoma visitors a t th e fair on Thursday. . Miss Cecelia Haen left Friday ^ for W ild Rose, W is., to spend a week ‘or, so visiting friends. Rev. S. Groeiifeldt on Friday left for ” Grand Rapids, W is., where he will spend a couple of weeks in evangelical work, bliss ^lulalia -Keogh went to Kewau­ nee ’’Friday,' wdiere she spent several days-visiting with her sister, Mrs. W.m. Drneb. Mrs. Jacob Rosenberg took her 1K parture Sunday for Chicago on a ' .ricss trip ■ for tlie : Rosenberg depaytment store. . been the •family, y y u Gardner • 'employed for. . W alter Kimber w ent Tuesday, where lie w ill b a couple of weeks ab,K the carpenter trade. . / / ' Mr. and Mrs/^Leo Orell who have £ o i Mrs. Jos: Leme...

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 — 1 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY 'ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 1, 1914. ! T 'N ' | LOCAL ITEMS. | . ■? WiU Hold Fair.—-The ' Catholic ‘ con­ gregation ig-planning on their annual • “fair and same will be Jield some time ■ in the latter p art of October. I t will -be held in the Falk building. j Advertised Letter List.—Following is 'th e list of : letters - remaining uncalled 'for a t the local postoffice: R. R. Hen- -derson, Andrew Henderson, H. E. Kroagmari, IVabun Krueger, /Isabel Le- Roy, Kathryn McFarland, Violet Olson, ■_Christene Peterson. fe. Bound foF ' Florida.—The gasoline ^ru iser'R estab it bound , frbm Dtetroit, '.'Mich., to Florida arrived here today, '/(Wednesday), took on fuel and :pro- ieceded on her destination via dj-ainage ’■canal. The craft'lias been on her way about two weeks, and is . taking her time. - . - A* ' .r: Runaway.—A horse standing in front |o f the Jos. Zivney -place on Court street ■^became frightened at something th at touched it. on Monday afternoon and in an in...

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 — 1 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER l, 1914. Old Adam Hardburn was always ao. ..counted very eccentric, but when. lie adopted Malone’s boy . people thought th at his eccentricity amounted to mad­ ness. The Malones were a bad lot, and this boy was not, as far as any one Knew, better than any other of the fam­ ily.- Moreover he had fallen from -a tree .which lie was robbing of .peaches in his youth, and crippled himself so that he -must always walk with a Crutch.t\\AVhat did old Adam want of him ? , But Adam cared nothing for criticism he knew tliat 110 one ever pleased all the .world yet, and-when .his friends prophesied that he would be sorry, lie 'laughed in their faces. Old- Malone was dfead, two of the •boys were in jail, 'one •gonfe'vgw^y/upon- a voyage. He had, found Dari deserted ' in the miserable hut they had-inhabited friendless with no one to help him to .such, work as he cofild do, and he had taken him home. V “There could not be’ a better boy,” old Adam said: and after ...

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 — 1 October 1914

I THE STURGEON &AY ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 1, 1914. Jarw mi gome. OUTDOOR WORK. The question - is often asked me, Do you -consider the fall - planting of shrubs and .perennials . advisable! Is anything gained by it? I t not fall planted stuff more susceptible to jury during winter than such plants as were set out in spring? To which I reply: I consider fall planting preferable, in some respects, to spring planting, if done a t the right time. This for several reasons: I t ad­ m its of more leisurely and, therefore- careful work, as a general thing. It givea the plant a chance to rest, which iB not the case in spring planting, when growth begins as soon as the plant is in the ground. And it lightens the labor of .the coming spring by doing some of its work in advance. It will be noted th a t I have said, Aa t the right time.” By th a t is m eant th at period immediately following the rip­ ening of a plant’s .foliage—the cessa­ tion of all\" work for the season, so far as its branche...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 October 1914

COUNTY 2. Music by Welter’s a BAILEYS HARBOR. EvJfirboily listen! Can't von bear . tlieni ’ ' \\Mia.t ? Those Wedding- bells •F Don’t forget the dance at Schrnm’s y.hall, Friday, 'Oct . ' orchestra. Mrs. Herman Foroy of Sheboygan iff .visiting with her/ parents, Mr. and Mrs, . Fred Ridings. . . _ ■'■y'-.X. After'.''spending the last few days at v the Goss home, Patrick Carrol returned to Chicago Monday.-' ./ . ■ : ,• Miss • Georgia Bouville/of Fish Creek visited with her grandmother, Mrs. Ed.' • Shine, the fore part of the week. - . A hall game between Gills- Rock nnd the local- tenny'fast Sunday resulted in . the homo bo/s cleaning, up their, oppo- nents by a 'score of 19 to 1. - • . Baileys Harbor was Well .represented at' the'county fair Inst Week many peo- ple^femnining for several days longer to visife relatives and friends. Miss Aims. Jrinish Of, Racine Arrived the latter part of lost week' and “will spend a few weeks visiting with her parents, Mr.’and Mrs. Fred Wirth. W...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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