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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 8 October 1914

a. Y BRING TH A T'N EX T ' JOB WORK HERS V O L . 53 N O . 28 L - '£a£iS'& $k\\ A m m m w ® : .r S T U R G E O N B A Y . W I$., T H U R S D A Y , O C T O B E R S , 1914 By courtesy of Gps. C. K irst o f Two Rivef'sV-Wis. Passing of the-Goodrich steam erzSheboygartat Manitowoc .on tbe afternoon of September 24,* 1014, the cremation of which Was witnessed by officers of the company and many others. ■ r : . _ n ' ■■■'. ■ IOOAL UABIBS NOTES. * boats . for docking, but are obliged'to T he steam er Thistle has been trans- turn them away. After, these boxes ferred from the TeweleB & Brandeis have bCenrebuilt the firm will be able dock neap, the bridge to th e Allan slip to haridle any of the larger wooden east'.of-the Goodrich wharf. 1 craft now in commission.' : . .The steamer M T. . Greene' arrived, 0 The wi9COn8 n Dock' .& dredge Co., kere Sunday mght w ,th a cargo o | o»al| locft] firm: of m e£ m & for the Leathern &. Smith Towing and ^ Rr6 5nterestea,...

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 — 8 October 1914

B ntered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon B&y» Wis., a s second-class m atter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: . . X . . . . . ___ *1.60 ...XL.-*.- -’E 26 ^o?lara w ill be charged if not paid Within the year. ' O n year------ H z m o n th s... r e a r m onths. T w e m o n th s.. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., October 8, 1914, EDITORIAL There is one of the the constitution “catoll.” At least we do hot tlJUit many people arc aware of its true meaning. This is Joint,Resolution No. •24, relating to the compensation of the members of the legislatin This pro vides th at each member Hiail leteivi- $600 per annum' for his services. The, members now receive $390 for the. ses­ sion. In other words, if this amend­ ment is passed tlie members will each receive $1,200 for the session, or more tlmn double what they are receiving now. From, a ' casual glance it would appear to the average reader th at the amendment means only a raise of $100 in the salary. Remember this amendme...

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 — 8 October 1914

THE \"STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 8 1914. .... \" = REVERSE BY ALLIES ADMTTED Kaiser Gains Ground J e a r Roye. FIGHTING IS INDECISIVE Allies Continue to Push Flank­ ing Movement North. ARE 16 MILES FROM BELGIUM Gen. Joffre’s Plan Is to Drive a t Mons and Brussels and Believe Antwerp— Troops Sent to Belgium Greatly W eaken German C enter—In Ar- gonne and Along -Meuse Germans Are B eatln Back. I A' late official ’ statem ent from Paris says th at th e Germans are moving westw ard. The G erm an'cavalry are now signaled in th e vicinity'of Lille. Fighting of the m ost desperate char­ acter continues. Iii'th e vicinity of - A rras there has been very slight change. Fierce fighting continues. An attack on th e French line holding Lassigny, failed. L ___ | Paris reports th e re-enforced German line continues its efforts, to break through the encircling movement of the allies. It h as gained \"slightly, at new /points, only to be th ru st back violently at others. |A great dem onstrat...

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 — 8 October 1914

1HB STTOQEOft BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 8 , 1 9 1 4 K EH N G AN IMAL By GEORGE ELMER COBB “This is no time for a pillow fight— turn on the- hot stuff and give those ' people to understand th at they must vacate!” - ^ These were the Words th at ex- . pressed the forcible m andate of John Brooks, mine owner, and Vernon Whyte, did not like them one b it , H e liked them less than ever when he, reached the destination to which he had been sent. His orders had been ritrict The Brooks company operat­ ed a big mine a t Coketon.'.Som e squatters had built their:poor shacks on a little plat of ground near the mine. They were to be evicted. ^ I f ■they went willingly i W hyte was au- .thorized to pay for the removal of their household traps to any location 'reasonably .near. If. not,' their rude huts were to be pulled dow n/over their heads and they could shift for themselves. • A.refined, business-like young man, with the world all before him, th e con­ fidential secretary of the millionaire...

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 — 8 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 8, 1914. 1 $turgeon essions of N orth Dakota. Extracts From. the Diary of a Traveling Pedagogue. BY PORTER C. KNUDSON ^always did w ant to go west. There is inborn in alftpf us th a t desire to see the s%hts a n ^ experience the experien­ ces of which we have read and have heard from others. Like pioneers of Boone’s time, there was not enough el- \"bow room iii the east, and i longed for « n opportunity: to see the great wheat . fields of .the west, to behold its glorious o.nd beautiful sunsets,: to experience a. Teal, live Dakota blizzard, to breathe its pure, light and dry air, to tram p over th e prairie and. buffalo, gjass and the thorny cactus, and to live under, its.clear blue skies. And so it was. with a happy heart th at I found myself .leaving S tur­ geon Bay on a bright August morning a year ago enfioute for a country of which I had heard so much. Soon tne orcliards faded out of sight, the church \\sp ires grew dim in the distance, and...

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 — 8 October 1914

*Vv THE STURGEON BAV ’ ADVOCATE^ OCTOBER 8, 1914. - |? PER SbN A LS] . Register of Dt-eds Otto Nelson made A-business trip to Green Bay Monday.’ - Mrs. Jacob Rosenberg returned borne Friday evening' from a business trip to ’Chicago. ’ ■ ■ ■ / '- ''I ’ ' ~d David Decker of Milwaukee was in i&e city Monday on one of irti'iitriod teal visits. -'t-.- .r': ' r P . II. Ilitchcook is making liis home couple m eeting , held a,t GQURTHOUsi ' ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON. RESOLUTIONS.-PASSED^N-. DORSING PHILIPP PLAT- Z FORM AND POLICIES. tbe older and'more' (settled communities bordering Us.\" The fru it 'indtistry’ wjil, t e a large extent, be'respontitile fbr^tliis condition.- This too will uatu ralljr/S n -' crease the value of all the real estate in the city and vicinity. • ■ _ & ESCAPE DEATH IN AUTO 'SMASH. • fa tbe Lindbloom house since of weeks or bo.. t ■ . »• “ --./Miss 151,11 0 ,^on took 1,cr departure Tuesday for Chicago, where ahe will remain indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs....

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 — 8 October 1914

THE STpRGEOlj BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 8, I9t4 LpCAL ITEMS. | Library Closed.-^riJn account. .nest of _v the Woman’s club riv&eption . nest - Friday, night {the library will not be open that ' evening. ' - Resigns Position. — Douglas Leon- hardt, who held the position of a clerk in the local postpffice resigned the first of the' week and has been succeeded’by Howard Greisen. } Unclaimed Letters.—The following are tlje unclaimed letters at the/Stur­ geon Bay Postoffice for the/week .end­ ing’Oct. 6: John Brath, Edward Bach, Jacob-Clode, Daver Co., J, - W. Hoot, Chester Robertson, IV. C. Tyrrell. Fair: Directors Meet.—The . (directors of the Poor County Agricultural - as­ sociation Held a business meeting'Mon­ day evening, at whiph- Secretary A. C. Greaves submitted his report for the last exhibition. Premiums will j?e paiid op the exhibits next week, it'being first necessary to hear from tlie state. . The Weather.—-It is mahy.y’cars since we remember having had such beauti­ ful...

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 — 8 October 1914

X - THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 8, 1914. CAPITAL $S0,000.^5 SU R PLU S 0 ^ .5 0 0 .^? G. L, Nelson C. M. Stephenson Cashier President Wm. A. Lawrence Vice Pres. Julia E. Clark A ut. Ca*hiei They ought to be intimately associated. Back of every strong business there is a strong-bank. If your, business is young and not developed, one of the important ways to strenghten it is by means of a good banking connection, properly cultivated. STURGEON BAY.WIS. Wc .were college-nintes and . chums Arthur Soavoy. and mvsi'lf,—and to- i gotlier we graduated, and together re­ ceived our diplomas as Doctors of Med­ icine. Tlir.t was years ago. Soavoy settled in Ashcroft, wjiile 1 got au ap­ pointment as assistant surgeon in the navy.'v From a cruise on the South Anieriean coast I came home thin and weak fromxtlie cfTects of a fever, and hearing that Arthur Soavey had mar­ ried, and had a house of his own, I went to Ashcroft to'see him, and was there pressed to stop and rccuperatc. My frie...

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 — 8 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 8, 1914. d a t d c n a w C | t o w c . INS AND OUTS OF SILO-FILLING. It have had nine years’ experience in feeding silage and have two silos on my farm. I think there is no safer invest­ ment than a lot of green corn' stored in the silo It is not So likely to hum as is hay, and if properly stored and cared for it will keep for years without de­ teriorating in fact, the older the bet­ ter for feeding purposes, for in its ag­ ing it undergoes a-ripening process. But it m ust be carefully preserved. ^ In filling the silo there is sometimes a great temptation to use corn th at is too green. Sometimes one feels th a t he can take 'advantage of changes in the weather to 4io work th at would natural­ ly be done a t another time. B ut wc m ust by all means wait till the corn is a t its best for silage. The best time is when the com kernels are out of the milk stage and are glazed and quite hard. This is my, practice, though I find tliayt some farmers ...

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 — 8 October 1914

•W-i-A Tlkfi STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 8, 1914. COUNTY . f : . De t r o it h a r b o r MissCs Mnrgnret an d E In o raA n d er. son'/left Inst -week for Chicago after spending a couple of month’s vacation hpre-ilt their old home. .'... Jack'soii Harbor : school ! closed this 'b e c k for potato' digging and Miss Ol­ sen, the teacher, went to her home near .-MgoYua for a short visit. Owing to the fact that there has •been a miss rofv,one week some , of this ngws. Will he n little stale, hut much of1 it is of 5piu.li importance th at it should n o t bo omittedi Since last Vcpbrt the dredge'that was a t Andrew Swenson's has been to MafhhW Foss’, .Tackson Harbor for Ras­ m us'H ansen, to T. Engelscn’s and is now, dredging a channel from deep w ater of Detroit harbor cast channel, .to .Mr. Gill’s boathouse. ' Before, these lines reach the leaders Harry Hagen and Miss Mamie R obs will ■ he mniriedv the happy event being scheduled to take place ah W est Harbor hotel at 2 o’clock th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 October 1914

rrr/ - i 1 / - ' BRING THAT NEXT,/- ' M.- JOB WORK - HEItfi NEAT JOB WORK AT THIS OFFICE VOL. 53 NO. 29 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY OCTOBER 15, 1914 MARINE NEWS Tugs Torrent and Boutin Lose Tow. Tlie tugs Torrent and Boutin had a •rough time of it Monday.'while bound from Ludington to Manitowoc with a •dredge and t.wo scows belonging to ’Groilling Bros. They left the east shore port early in the afternoon of * Monday and had been out several Hours when the wind - began to freshen. As'they were about half way across it was as easy to con­ tinue as to return, and this ■ they did. The optfit succeeded in reaching the harbor at Manitowoc at 2 o’clock Tues­ day morning, and had.gotten inside the breakwater when the tow line parted, the dredge and scows going adrift. ' The spuds on the dredge were dropped holding her from going on the beach and, the Boutin picked up one of the scows before it was driven ashore, and made it fast alongside the dredge.^ The sec­ ond scow went up on the...

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 — 15 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY * I d VOCATE. OCTOBER 15, 1914,. Sturgeon Bas advocate Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, vVls. JEntered In the Post-office at Sturgeon Bay. 5Vis., as second-class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year ........... .....$1.50 ■lx months..................... 76 Four m onths. ........................................ 50 T v* months............... . . . . . .25 Single Copies............................ 05 Two dollars will be charged If not paid Within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon ' Bay, iVis., October 15, 1914. EDITORIAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. U. S. Senator - FRANCIS E.'MeGOVERN Governor— EMANUEL L. PHILIPP Lieutenant Governor—, v EDWARD F. DITHMAR Secretary of Stnte— JOHN S. DONALD { State Treasurer— HENRY JOHNSON \"Attorney General— ■■■■- WALTER S. OWEN ' - Congress, Otli District— JOHN W„ REYNOLDS ' S tate Scnntor— * M. W. PERRY Member of Assembly— FRED HANSON County Clerk— . . RALPH HERLACHE / County Treasurer— EMIL MILLER Sheri...

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 — 15 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER IS, 1914. Take ALLIES FORMING TO CHECK FOE Martial Law Proclaimed in South AfrL ca Following Rebellion Against Bri- . tish—German Aviator Drops Bombs likPgris—Ostend Also Shelled From Air—AH Gaining in War Reports. Official announcement issued from f the war office in .Paris says: “On K our left wing our forces have re- sumed the offensive in the regions of Hazebrouck* and of Bethune ' against detachments of the enemy composed in large part of cavalry coming from the front.along Baii- ' laui, Estaires and La Bassec. The town of Lille, held by a territorial : detachment has been attacked and . occupied b'y a German army corps.” There is an unconfirmed report that ' 'the Germans, following the occupa­ tio n - of. Ghent, are bombarding . Bruges, twenty-three miles from Ostend. They are known to be mov­ ing that way. . ■ . It has been decided to transfer the Belgian/government to France in order that it may have, full liberty. , of faction. The for...

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 — 15 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER IS, 1914. HOGAN THE HERO By HAROLD CARTER. H ogan h ad \"squ ealed.” - T here could n o t be any g reater crim e in th e policem an’s decalogue. And nobody h ad th o u g h t it possible of H ogan. O nly six m onths on th e police force, b e bad alread y begun to a ttra c t atte n tio n as' a clean, sprucely dressed, s m a rt patrolm an. H e w as ju s t th e kind of m an w ho w ould occupy a s e r­ g e a n t's desk som e day. And now he h ad \"squealed.” . I t w as a t th e inquiry ab o u t P a t G rady, w ho had been given th e “th ird d egree\" in th e station house. T he o th ­ e r policem en had denied all know ledge of it, b u t H ogan b ad corro borated G rad y ’s - testim ony w ord fo r word, tho u g h th e m an w as a m iserab le sn eak thief, w itho ut a frien d in th e w orld. \"W h at did you do it for, H ogan?” th e y ask ed hlin afterw ard . And.Hogan answ ered th a t h e h ad n ev e r told a lie an d was. n o t going to begin. T h a ...

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 — 15 October 1914

TH E STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 15, 1914. '“It seemed as if the \"devil Had broken loose among our passengers last night,” /said the conductor of a sleeping car to two of his comrades, as he sat twirling his blonde mustache in the restaurant opposite the depot. “We hau-the live­ liest kind of a time pretty nearly all might. Oh,' I could split my sides laughing when I think of the two Dutchmen, the nervous man and the ■old dame iif berth number ten. Then there -was the bald headed man, too. Ha, ha! . You want the yarn, do you?-/ Well I’ll begin by telling you that we had a big load—that is, a big load of pas­ sengers. We were so full that in sev- i oral cases we made two friends occupy the same berth. The first incident that •occurred t o . make things lively was a t o w , or, rather a sort, of outburst , of popular, indignation against the pest of the sleeping car, the restless chatter­ box. It was . a little after eleven o’clock, and we were bowling along at th e ' rate' o...

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 — 15 October 1914

1 HE STURGEON. BAY ADVOCATE OCTOBER15, 1914. f PERSONALS % Chfta. Welter returned here Saturday morning to remairi\" during tno balance of the fall and winter. Mrs. Adolph Woerfol and baby nr- rivo£ home from the hospital Wednes­ day, and are feeling excellent. 'Miss Kellie Devine, who came here to attend the funeral'of her father re­ turned to Oak Park, 111., on Sunday. Mrs, George Machin returned home Friday evening from Green Bay, where she had been visiting for several days. Miss Louise Pfeifer left Tuesday for, Manitowoc and Milwaukcc^wherc_ she will visit relatives and friends for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheeseman re­ turned home Tuesday after spending a couple .o f . weeks vacation visiting friends outside. Mrs. S am Hanson .of-. Ellison. Bay ar­ rived a t the People’s hospital on Wed­ nesday. and will today he operated upon for her troubles. - - Wm. Brann was in the city Wednes­ day morning on his way to his home in Baileys Harbor after spending a few...

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 — 15 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE OCTOBER IS, 1914. LOCAL ITEMS. Study Club Meetin2,---The Study , dub will meet a t 7:,30\" Mondajr evening ..id ' the library building. The program is.in charge of Misses Irene L aPlant and • Bernice Ludlow, i “ . ■ r •. -' • Adjourn Council Meeting.—The coun­ cil meeting called for Tuesday evening was adjourned until Friday evening. The-inecting is for the purpose of pre­ paring the' tax budget for the ensuing yean . - . Removes' Cataracts—-Robert Bell, age 12, of Fish Creek was on Tuesday op-* erated upon a t the hospital for the-re­ moval of a cataract from his eye, the operation being quite successful and sat­ isfactory. Advertised letters.—Following is the listj Of uncalled for letters at the Stur­ geon Bay pbstoffice for the week ending October 12, 1914: Jeanette Bergstresser, Flora Herse, Elsie Konrad, M. R. Mal- loch, W. S. Neilan, Curt. Biebs, Billie Seevenar, Jas. Straune, L. J. Tucker. Burned Out.—Rumor has it th at M. . V...Cochems recent...

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 — 15 October 1914

'________________________________ ^ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 15, m 3 . oapiaih was wliat might, be termed a .-'thorough-bred bull ilog. Courage -was inherent in him lie thought nothing impossible to be achieved ns Ion\" as liis ship would car­ ry canvas or answer ..to her rudder. He was lying at Gibraltar, taking in wood, water and fresh provisions, when . one morning a little corvette came in, p^nd reported that.-ii pirate was hover­ ing about 'looking for prizes, from whom she esenped with difficulty. As soon as our captain heard of it he was all in a fidget to get out to sea.’ “The rascal!” exclaimed' he* “I must e have a brush at him. I'll search. the. ' whole ocean, awl • every crcek and cranny to it. but what I ’ll have him. With - the morning’s light Til turn my ' ship's stem to Gibraltar and. go in search of this marauder So, d’ye hear, i\" lads, have everything ready-for sailing by daylight.” ‘Tloase. sir,” Raid I. “we can’t be ready, our trysail ain’t-slung yet...

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 — 15 October 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 15, 1914. *ww (SafilnVnml Jtome.' FEEDING THE DAIRY HERD. Economic milk production depends liainly upon two factors, the: ildqptiibil- py of tlic cow for this purpose, and lie kinds and amount of feed which she msumes. Today the scales and the labcoek test are being used with a jengeance in a determined effort' to use the average production of the erd by eliminating the “star boarder.” I t the same time more attention is be- pg paid to the “whvs” of scientific and ractical fending, no doubt brought i)out by the frequent discussions of lie balanced ration in the various farm lu rn a jj* ^ “ _ rVafious Writers have said it .costs no lore to feed a good cow than a poor [le. and many farmers have npparent- taken them at their word. Men all I'er the United States, gathering data lorn different herds, almost invariably lid th a t there is no .system to the lethods of feeding, and th at the high pd Jow yielding cows are fed the same, •'practically so. As ...

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 — 15 October 1914

STURGEON ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 15, 1914, ■.'.I':-* Rosenborgs Dept. Store Political Advertisement Published by authority of Joseph Stoneman. For- eatviile, Wis., for which 20c an inch is to be paid. Jos. Stoneman, Independent Candidate Sheriff Solicits your vote at the gener­ al election to be held Nov. 3d. The Advocate now January 1 for $1.50 in your orders at once COUNTY NEWS BAiEEYS: HARBOR. - Will Braun k fi :-for ’ Milwaukee : Mon-: ilnv to Attend to’ som e' bnsincBS m at­ ters. ' ■ \\ ' Miss Aiin«\\ Freese' made a. business trip to Sturgeon Bay Friday, returning home the next day. The home of Reinhardt Hickey was glnddclied by the arrival of a baby boy Inst Thursday evening. Earl niid. Samuel Fricc of Chicago a r­ rived here Sunday evening and are. visit­ ing at the Muckinn home. \\ There will be ,a shooting match at Jos. Pfeifer’s Sunday, Oct. 18,\\for the benefit of St. Mary a church. Miss’ Mary Anclam who 1ms been vis­ iting . relatives here for_several '.weeks return...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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