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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 December 1914

' - ' \"f „„_ V 1 o „ ’ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 10, 19^. (tadm mut Wmrn. STOPPING LEAKS IN THE DAIRY, By L. J1 Meredith There is no denying the fact that too many dairy farmers are conducting their business in an unprofitable man­ ner, but occasional instances of a mark-* ed success in the business appear- to in­ dicate that dairy, farming can be put on a paying basis and yield as good re- tuinw as any other branch of agricul­ ture or live Block husbandry. There are many tiling th^fc commend,, dairying to the farmer, among which may be , named the certainty of obtaining good prices for the products and the elimi­ nation of the speculative element which surrounds the, growing and selling of .other farm products. V To conduct a dairy farm at a profit it is essential that good cows be kept. These cows should not only be good in dtviduals, but they should be .of the breed which is best adapted to the par ticular branch of the dairy business that is being made a specialty...

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 — 10 December 1914

TH E STURGEON J A Y . ADVOCATE, DECRMBElt 10,- 1914. You Spend a Dime ^ Ask For Cash Trading Stamps . We Give and Redeem Them. W atch for triple and 5-'for-1 Stamp Days andfill your , ‘ book quickly COUNTY NEWS A. Huxford ’ Meat Market | K | Scofield Co. General Hardware Bassett's Drug Store .H, J. Hahn I c a s h 1‘ Furniture Store Squier’s ,Store Grocery Store 1. Feuerstein Music Store ' N ASEW AUPEE. Successful Community Meeting. , ■ The com m unity'■ m eeting held a t th e school in D istrict No. 8, N ascw aupce Dcoombor 1, proved. to be nil in te re st­ ing affair. ~ T h e'm eeting, w as la rg e ly atten ded by nil the people J n th e district, which goes to show th a t th e .people w ere intcr- ■ateij. v •1' T he following program w as given-by the school: Y 1. America, School. - 2. “1’salm o f-L ife,” E sther Sperber. 3. “G ram lpa’s Spectnclca,” Lorraine A usm uudsom . .. 4 . ‘‘W hich Do You Like th e Best cf A ll” E sther Branding. ' 5. “Tick! Tock!” E laine Ausmund- ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

VOL.- 53 NO. 38 STURGEON BAY* WiS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914. MARINE NEWS Local Marine Notes. , The schooner James Halli which took on a cargo of Christmas trees, at this port, left -Thursday afternoon for the south to dispose of the stock ' ^ The tug Industry has been placed in winter quarters at Kewaunee and Capt. Norman La Plant and Engineer John Riley have returned to their, families here. The little schooner Flotilla came in from the lake F riday, for-shelter, Ieavj ing again . Saturday for Washington harbor, where she will go into winter quarters. 7 The steamer I. N. Foster is to be fitted out with a new boiler, and prepa­ rations arc now being made, to have t''c \"kettle” installed. She is ^ in winter quarters at the Pankratz slip. The steamer Liberty, Capt. Clow, fe- turned to her home port at Marinette on Friday morning, after spending sev­ eral weeks here, during which she was fitted out with a new engine, which was put in at the shipyard. ' The tug Lorena, Capt. Jim ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 17,. 1914. n c S tu rg e o n B a $ HO vocate P ublished E v ery .Thursday at. Sturgeon .. . ■ - Bay, IVls. ft - . ' Sintered In the Post-nice Bay, AVls., .... ____ a t .Sturgeon a s second-class A ntter. RA TE S O F SU BSC RIPTIO N: O ne year S ix ' m onths . F o u r m onths Tw o m onths Single- Copies . .$'1.60 .76 .60 .26 .05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG,. Business Manager, Sturgeon\"Bay, Wis., December 17, 1914.- EDITORIAL Only one more, week in which to do your. Christmns shopping. P ut R td Cross Christmas, seals on your packages and letters. I t is for a good cause. • - : : Tho styles have now decreed th a t the women folks shall wear their dresses shorter a t the bottom. L et us hope th at they-will not go to the extreme a t this end th a t they do a t the tojF. ■ The Edison plant whs destroyed with . a loss of $7,000,000. Everybody will feel sorry for the “Wizard of Electric­ ity,” who has ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

‘ ’ ' - / \" . . . \" T l/* ‘‘STURGEON BAV. A^OCATE. DECEMBER 17, t914. ' • ^ ‘ * *. / ' ' ' ' -* * \" ' ' ^ S-‘L' i-^ . ~ ~ ...... J r . . , . . - ' ■ - r - iv ^ . * — - — , - 1 . : — r . ^ . — 1: . . I . . . . . — V ................... — ... ~ ...................... , . . . .. . ... * * r Oiie Gift That You Want Is Surely Here. Our Qualities and Prices are Sure to Please You Send Your Friend A Muffler Any lady or gentleinan, at home or abroad, would appreciate getting an ele­ gant silk muffler as a pres­ ent and it’s easily sent, too. O r if you’d' like pne for yourself, come and see our full lines of ladies’ and gents’ silk, or lisle mufflers. The colors are white, gray, brown, pearl, cream, etc., either plain or figures. Each from 50c to $1.50 ^ i m i , n I l f f f f i f f l T T I f f T T ' k r i i i u M i T n n B P B S 3 B S 8 S B i P p ^ £ g Y . 1 r ^ m 'Io-c n J i ! I* X / I * . . I n f t / I : ».. ♦ ,- r . ’ttwninmasiiBHsm!' WiitiHuLuuf{^ i l B l S i S p i l i g 9 M ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

, F • THE STtfRGEON BAY. ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 17, 1914. : • • ' ' 1 % • r - — — — ‘ • j**____ •' (Colliers W cekly:) GERMAN SEA RAIDERS. . By N orm an D raper . On •AxisniHt-so, 11114. th e B ritish cruiser 1 ask for or receive instructions. D rake, acting upon explicit instructions front th e ad m iralty , hauled u p from the floor of th e A tlantic ocean, to th e east o f th e Azores, tw o subm arine cables. T hey w ere .severed w ith an ax and the ends w ere allow ed to drop back into the sea. T he cables w ere owned and opcr- atod by th e G erm an Cable company. T hey connected G erm any w ith N orth an d S o u th A m erica. The idea-in cutting them w as to fo restall any attem p t th a t m ig h t be m ade by commanders of Gcr- ’ m an w ar vessels in • foreign w aters to com m unicate w ith Berlin, and prevent th e N aval d epartm ent there from send­ ing th em orders and instructions. ’ ‘ S cattered over the seven seas or in p o rts a t th e four corners of th e ea rth a t th a ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

TH E 'children will w ant some new gam e to plriy after Christ­ mas supper is over. They will all enjoy' the cut-out family game, which is played in the following m anner: Get a big pile of Illustrated Christ­ m as magazines and picture papers and give each child a blunt pointed pair o f scissors, a large sheet of newspaper o r brown paper and a pot of paste or a packet of pins. Then read or tell them some simple little Christm as tale—mot a fairy story, but an ordinary, everyday tale of boys and girls and their fathers and moth­ ers. As you go along stop from time to tim e and let the children bunt through the illustrated journals for pic­ tures to suit the occasion. . Perhaps you will begin the game In this way: j “Once upon a tim e there w as a little girl called Susie. She was seven years old, and she had long, curly hair.- Now look through your books and fiad.a pip- tu re of Susie.\" Then tbe children will spend five happy minutes.In finding Susie, cutting her out and faste...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

THE: STlTRGEbN BAY APVOCATE/DECEMBER 17, r PER SO N A LS V. The condition of Mrs. Clms. /Arm­ strong remains about the same.. She is -Still at tlie hospital. A. C. Greaves wont to .^Madison the ' first of the week to attend the meeting off the State Horticultural society. Mrs. Nic£ Simon returned home Tues­ day evening from an extended visit with her soil John in Wiaushnra county. H. L. Petei-son went to Chicago Fri­ day on a business trip for a few days, ■ returning home the first of the week. Dudley .Lawrence made a business •trip to Chicago the first of the week, returning home again Wednesday evon- . Ins- . ? \\ Mrs. Anna Schuyler left Tuesday'for Milwaukee, where she will , make, her home with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Mc- Nemey. • Emery Jenson and Christy Evcnson Were ’ discharged from the hospital- on Wednesday and returned to their homes in Ephraim. . j. /' ■ Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith .returned home Tuesday evening froth Milwaukee where they had been visiting for a cou- ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

& THE . STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 17,-101$- | LOCAL ITEMS. -.'•S..'..'. . ■ u 's'- V iLibrkiY .Brard MeeriAf^-A regular •meeting' of the library board was held on Monday afternoon a t which routine ' business was transacted. ,,, .... ... . ■ t? . ■' No. Council Meeting.^Ovying to a lack of a quorum, there was no council meet­ in g Tuesday evening. T he. session will 'b e held next Tuesday'instead. .. !' A dvertised tetters,—Letters remain- •• ing uncalled for a t the postoffice for .the week ending* December. 15 are: Mrs. Chas. Anderson, Chas. Coffin, Theo. Han- ■ 8°n.. ,, Arcanum Meeting.—There will be a meeting of Autumba Council, No. 1290, R. A., on Monday evening next to elect officers. Members fire urgently request­ ed to attend. , : , v. * Buys Proprty.—The Congregational church society within - the-week- pur­ chased the lots adjoining the edifice' on the west and w ill' immediately', take steps to' improve the same. . ■ Bay Freezes Over.—The bay ‘ froz...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATh, DECEMBER 17, 1914. CHRISTMAS ZUCKfclVM K fif r ' V I ' J & v -AY, belie've, m e/tlie fellows were glad to see n?e back again,” said George P orter to the family a t the din­ n er table, “Professor P arr said I looked like a col- . lege man, and all the fel­ lows said I bad changed a great deal since September.’V -. George had just arrived a few hours before for his first vacation back from college. He had, indeed,\"been very anxious to get home again . am cn g 'h is old friends. The . weary hours.a on the train he had whiled, away by telling the other boys about all the dances he was going to at­ tend with 'Dorothy Smyth, “some classy girl .from ^ ry n M aw r\" In' the course of the dinner Doctor P orter could not but take down his Bon a 'little . The all-important fra­ ternity m an waB roasted considerably for his overbearing manner. However, r George took it all with the stoic dig­ nity of the captajn of the freshman football team. -As • a m att...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

•Ar./ THE STURGEON BAY AlfrgCATE, DECEMBER 17, 1914. GERMAN SEA RAIDERS. ' ‘{Continued from Another Page.) B ut the German ships th a t engaged the, British fleet off Valparaiso gathered there about October ^ 15. They r came ■ from all parts of the Pacific. The German cruisers th a t haive oper- ! ated in th e Atlantic, have been handi­ capped to a cffftain extent because only three of their base ships succeeded • in reaching spots where they could b,e of any service. Of these one was the Kron- prinz Wilhelm, which sneaked out of New York at.the*very beginnihg of the , vgar, loaded to her utm ost capacity with coal. The Kronprinz was caught once coaling the cruiser Karlsruhe. Soon af- . ter th at an English cruiser intercepted wireless messages passing between the Dresden and the Kronprinz Wilhelm. /W hat lias become of the Krtuiprinz Wilhelm since then ? She has not been captured. She has not put into sfliy port. Her \"coal has been taken by wax-* ships, and it has been physical...

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 — 17 December 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER'17, 1914. Photographs Ifor S * ' I Christmas Christmas! gifts shouhl convey tlio personality of the gjver. Can ■this be done better tfian by a portrait f Your friends will .treasure portraits ■ far longer than ordinary presents, ■ which,-' though more costly,^ roay^go out of style, be broken, or outworn, j and the giver forgotten. \\ Economy, to o ,. should 'be con-: sidercd. A sitting a t your photo­ grapher’s- will relieve your mind of twelve or more .gift cares, and SAVE YOU MONEY. - Our ,prices Are right.’. W hy not make an. appointment w dh the photographer pi your town. RIEBOLDT STUDIO j | .Phone 2672 , .Over Stiles* m m m m CHRISTMAS j-kSHIP, The Manitowoc Ne\\®s of Wednesday last says: - . ’ “The O s ear N c w Iio u r o , captained by William Williamson, nn auxiliary gas­ oline schooner \"which hails from Manito­ woc, has blossomed forth in a .new jole as tlint' of a Christmas ship. With 3,- 000 Christnuw trees aboard the New- ho...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

. & „ ' THE STURUEOH BAY ADVOCATE. DECEMBER 17, 1914. WELL-ARRANGED KITCHEN c SAVE MANY STEPS. WILL By 'properly arranging, her kitchen stove, table, and sink in close .proxim­ ity to the dining room, and pantry, and so located tliai they, are not in the way in the frequent trips made from one of these rooms to the others, the house­ keeper may save many steps in her tasks of the kitchen. In planning hew home, or in remodeling an old one, ^Lhese three it'eiiis* are the most impor- nnt of the “kitchen equipment' and ^houlc, be installed first of all. , Other additional quipment, such as the ice box, dish Clipboard, and set tubs 'should also be located so that they will be con v vcnient and save the housewife’d*”steps, but their airangement is. not quite so important as that of the articles, first • mentioned, since they are not so con­ stantly used. These suggestions are taken from Farmers* Bulletin 607, “The Farm Kitchen as a Work Shop.” The stove.—In locating the stove or ra...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 17 December 1914

+ ^ / , ' S' •Â¥' i THE- syORGEOK BAY^JVOCATE, DECEMBER 17,1914. This Store Will Be O P E N Every Evening Until Xmas, * V AND Closed All Day “ Christmas v Dec. 25 That This Store Double Profit Tickets every day , until Xmas. These tic­ kets are worth six per cent$ on every dollar you spend at this store and here is where you will find the sensible gift for Him. It is His Store, where a Gentleman looks for his needs in Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Shoes and Rubbers, and above all r Please do not forget that our Suits and Overcoats at rjaiiim.innnin are priced from $3 to $8 lower |than the credit stores ask, for the same value of goods. Our cash buying and cash selling makes such value giving possible, and our one-price, is. always the lowest. ■ ■■■'■ -b ' '■ ' ■ ■ . ■■ —g—— — PjgaBin tfww rfflffs^Mfar^inaa i COUNTY NEWS. (Continued From First Page.) ' ‘ Y .v DETROIT HARBOR. .. Several of tlie fishermen finished, their fall! fishing last Saturday. Some of the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 December 1914

^r^ten-i-Abbut January 1st, Aavbcatei for the Watch BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERS VOL. 53 NO. 39 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914. - MARINE NEWS River and .Harbor Appropriations. - - The liyeri-nnd hajbor bill introduced •in congress , at the present session car-* ries w ith it \"appropriations for the fol­ lowing \"harbors on Lake Michigan apd tributary w aters: ' Muskegon, $12,000 Holland, $0,000 Saugatuck-and Kalamazoo river, $4,360 South Haven, $15,000 St. Joseph'har­ bor and river, $44,000 Ludington, $163,- 000 Manistee, $12,000 Frankfort, $11,- 000 Charlevoix harbor and entrance to Fine lake, $6,000 Ontonagon, $10,000 Keeweenaw waterway, $100,000 Mar­ quette, $100,000 Alpena, $2,000 Sagi­ naw, $9,000 Pentwater, $48,000 Pe- toskey, $41,000 Grand Marais, $10,000. The adoption of this measure, carry­ ing with it the appropriations named, means, that the local'quarrymen w ill be called upon to bid for furnishing stone. A s there are no other quarries th at arc ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 December 1914

1 - ■ ,________________ * THE STURGEOW BAY ■ADVOCATE,’ DECEMBER 24^1914. . . . jl, « * Sturgeon Ba^ H&vdcate Published E very Thursday a t Sturgeon \" • ...Bay, \\Vls. E ntered in the Post-filco a t Sturgeon • B ay^W is., as second-class m atter. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One yW r ................ $1.50 S is m onths ,- ........................ 75 F o u r months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Two months . .25 Single Copies .......... 05 Two dollars w ill bo ch a rg o d -it npt paid w ithin the year. ----- I There-is much hew aud=ery about ‘tlui suffering Belgians, .and there are many thousands of dollars worth of-provisions and necessities' of life being forwarded to them from kind hearted people of Agicrien—all of which is very commend- frolo. But in our anxiety for those on the other side let us not forget tho ones at home. DUDLEY S, LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis./Dceemlxlr 24, 1914. EDITORIAL MERRY CHRISTMAS. The two weekly papers of S...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 December 1914

THE STURGEON BAY A D V d C A ^ DECEMBER' 24, 1914. rH E m ajor felt a vague Bense of personal griev­ ance. It was Christm as morning. Everything was m ost agreeable a t the hotel. As he had distrib­ uted his custom ary gold pieces to the “bells,” the telephone girls, th e check-room boys, his w aiter and th e head w aiter, and th e cham­ berm aid on his floor he felt oddly disturbed. ^ \"Carter, m y boy,” he told the tall, gray-haired im age in th e m irror, “ You’re getting sentim ental. You’re thoroughly dlsappointed because there isn’t a soul in the world who can cdll out a ‘M erry Christm as’ to you, and m ean it from the bottom of his heart. You’re like a boy w ith nothing in his stocking. I’m ashamed of you, 's ir I am Indeed.” Yet th a t didn’t help m atters. He w andered around the deserted hotel corridors in ih e morning feelihg u t­ terly lost* Nearly every one seemed to be going out to dinner to some place where he was urgently desired. Four tim es he strolled’ over t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 December 1914

THE STPRGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 24, 1914. t- I“ - — — — — ——— — —_ _ J,liss Lucy Reynolds'Ayill take her de­ parture today, for her oid home in Sha­ wano, Wiis./ where she will'.'remain until _ ^ . j she gc.t!—\\tmll, well,'' we came nearly Joseph-Woltm .'returned home Wcd-yniiikiiig^ public a pfivntc affair. nesday from a business trip to“outside points. ■ : ‘ p-! 1 H. M. Ferguson left for his home n't Oconto on Wednesday- to spend Christ- ,• mtts with his parents. . . .. Emery and Lester Eatougli. returned Lome- Suiitlay evening from^ Madison to spend the holiday vacation. Mrs. Nick Peters returned to -.her home at Milwaukee on Wednesday after speeding, the past week here.' Arthur Ilanson of Washington .Island . • is at the hospital for medical treatment, having arrived Saturday night. Aijiong out-of-town vsitors in the city Monday were Mrs. Kelsey of. Algoma and Miss Stella Weber of Forestville. _J-' Will Whiter returned home' the at- ter part of the week from Notre Dame ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 December 1914

■THE -/ST^RO)MIl : DECEMBER 24, 1914. | LOCAL ITEMS. the .heaviest .on the opening. day Measurer John OHinger. has held tl • Episcopal’. Sei^ices.—itev-. '\\-Iftratio Gates 'will hold Episcopal services at,.the •Odd'Fellows hall on Sunday, December. 27, a t 10i45 a. m. .. • ‘ ' Chanty PalL—The ..Woman’s club will give their annual Charity b”all on Febru- ' ajjy 12^-Lincoln’s birthday. Particulars later. - ~ K*P. Dance.—Unit-Lodge, No. 144, K. of P., will g've a dance a t Falk’s hall on Monday evening, and it,is expected thlit a large crowd will be in attendance. Sunday Train Quits.—The Sunday train service will be discontinued on Sunday, January ‘3, until further no­ tice. I t will be established again early in the spring. ' Advertised- Letters.—Letters remain-* ing uncalled for at\" the Sturgeon Bay postofBce for the week ending Decem­ ber 22, are: Carl Axelson, Mrs/ Jacob Hayen, Mrs. Francis :Kerer, Lizzie Rah- bor. . ' •„ . Fishing Licenses.—All ^fishing licenges on Green bay...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 24 December 1914

i q g : STURGEON BAY vAPVOCATB. D E C E M B ER ^ 19x4. *‘Goo(l morning, R'obert.\" ' - “Good ni’oniiiig, Joan. Fine morn: ingj” ■ “Splendid.” ■ Both-, on their way to business, and ■ meeting bad • stopped for a moment’s ’ chat. “Well, how did you leave, our friend, Miss Ilavilnnd, last evening?” \" “Oh! as well as usual, John.” “Ali! old boy, I ’m afraid you’re terri­ bly struclc in that quarter, hey?” “Why, what do you mean?” ■. “Oh, tliat’s.all right, my boy,” replied John. “ You’re not the first one who has done homage to the fair ' Miss Edith’s beauty, I can assure you ,■ but : let me give you a piece of advice—don’t . get too deep in the mire of Miss Editli’s affections.” “Why, Miss Ilavilnnd' and I hayc, only been a cquainted ■. for about three weeks,” exclaimed his friend. “Exactly,” snid John, “and hi tliat. time you’ve -spent upward of 'a “dozen evenings a t her house. I tell you, Rob, it’s be^nhihg to bQ. talkcd about.” ' “Wliy under, the sun, can’t people min...

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