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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 December 1913

IH B STURGEON-BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER^, 1913. « hxs s o a m r s x m t b s w a q o it . - V - “Come w ife,\" said good old F arm er G ray “P u t on your things, ’t!a m arket day. And w e'll be off to the n earest town, There and back ere the sun goes down. Spot? No, We'll leave old Spot behind ” B ut Spot he barked and Spot he whined And soon made up his doggish mind To follow under the wagon! . Away they w ent a t a good round pace, (■ A nd Joy came into the farm er’s face, . “Poor Spot,” said he, “did w ant to come . Blit I ’m aw fully glad he’s le ft a t home— H e’ll guard th e b arn and guard the cot, •And keep the cattle .out of the lot.\" \" I’m not so sure of. th a t,” thought Spot ’ The dog under the wagon. The farm er all his produce sold And got his. pay in yellow gold, Home through the lonely forest. H ark! A robber spring’s from behind, a tree “Your m oney'or your life,\" says he The moon w as up b u t he didn't see The dog under the wagon. ‘ Spot ne'er, barked and Spot...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 4 December 1913

■ n /1 THE STURGEON'BA1f-ADVOCATE DECEMBER'14, 1913 5 f ’!»c & A GIFT SUGGESTION ^fhe gift, that has the p e r m a n ­ e n t Q U A L I­ T Y is twice a gift. Our Photographs have that perma­ nent quality. Stop and Think! A dozen Photo­ graphs such as w e know how to m. a k e e n d ears you to twelve friends and frees -yon from the wor­ ry of that many gifts. Rieboidt Studio P h o n e 26S3 Over Stiles.Co. T h e Photographer v In Your Tow n. • n v o ta r y W e a e M f a m o u s Q •• ' T -' V tv P H O T O S U P P L I E S Famous for their sum suit, Arisco users here in towp: are producing most beautiful pictures. Come in and let us '**1 show you some fine samples. ^ : ANSCO CAMERAS—Am ateur cam­ eras ol professional quality. Superbly - made and easy to operate. Priced from $2.00 up. ANSCO FILM—Always uniform. Full . t.ch/unatic balance, color value, shadow detail and freedom from halation. Af'SCO CHEMICALS—Specially pre­ pared to be used with Ansco Film and Cyho Paper. We a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

— - ~7 ' ' - ........ LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS The dredge tugs are kept busy towing from the drainage canal and dumping a t. 12th street and South Park. The lighter of the Pittsburgh Coal Co. in charge of Capt. Wallace, is at the Dunham shops for general repairs to he, The ..- •at-the Cling boiler shop dock/where her kettle will receive an overhauling ing the ensuing winter. The Lincoln Park . and tug have been placcd in ordinary . 5 iter the winter, being laid up - * this season than any other time before. v Businesss ia booming a t the Gil Anr 7. derson yards, where the captain is now engaged in building u large deck scow for the city of Chicago, which is to be used on the river. About all the steamers arriving now are laid up for the winter on reaching their docks. Quite a number of coal car­ goes have arrived within the past few days. About a dozen schooners have V. also arrived with cargoes of potatoes. The sclioo3er J. V. Taylor w ill. spend part of the winter laying at the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAX ADVOCATE DECEMER 11/ 1913. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. ' N \\ t'-’\" ’ r - - . • MC.IWV-W by a':«ray'•â– .bullet. [ a* bag oft eggs were found A bouquet of pansies in full bloom has boon picked from tlie lawn of Mrs. A. .Dudley, a Menaslia resident, Richard Wedde of Oxford is dead .as Hie result of blood poisoning from the .laceration of his linnd by a horn shrcd- dcr. Andrew' Moreau, Ashland, who was T shot early in the season while hunting bad his leg amputated in order to save liis life. , • Albert G. Felker was elected mayor of Marshfield, being the first official to :’-receive this distinction where his prede- cessor had been recalled. ? ' M att Ledvina, a Butternut‘man, was taken to Ashland with a broken back, the victim of a falling tree. While at ' %work in Herbert Sm arts camp near But M M 1 ''is back. The bodv of Fronl^Gartner was found nfear Holcomb. He lin'd been hit and in­ stantly killed W « atrav bullet. His ''duTtrw^stiil and nearby.'” Olaf NelspiiTV-tei...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY A D V O C A ^ i E C E ^ *S 11, 1913. FORTY YEARS AGO. costs $3 to ride with th'e mail team (Green Bay. I. Ofcson is briilding a dwelling hou?e Ir in Bay View. Bixrtay Kusterniann of Green Bay was Hsitof in town last Tuesday: Era. . M artha Stephenson, aged 65, ^sed aw ay on the 25th nit., in this vil. nly four degrees above zero last Fri- morning and three degrees above on e day following. ■ ' .'R . Mann of Sevastopol received a ere blow on the head from a falling b of a tree last week. Hay is selling for $10 per ton in the llage now. Potatoes are bringing ir bushel, and'our farmers do not think a t too high, either. v S. N. Bacon of Clay Banks has moved this village, where he . proposes to en- e in the cooperage business. There a good opening for Him here. Teams commenced crossing on:the ice pposite the village last Friday. The a t cold snap did th e business' for the / and travel is perfectly safe.. One of the shutters on W. H. Wead’s tore to o k 'a notion to fa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMER 11,1913, [O fficia l 'Publication.] D O O R C O U D S T T Y Com piled b y E q rl M. L aP lan t, Clork o f'D o o r County. Ed. J o h n s o n . ., .. .............. H erold A nderson. . . . . . O liver O ls o n .... Tom ' S a n d erso n .. . . . . . . . . . . . . ■■■ 27.08 rLT-A W a g e n e r ,.,. . . . . . . . . . . . 62.00 W alter Nordon, F orestv. labor 6.50 W m . Kerkhoff, B. Har, labor - 8.00 • Carl Pruoter, la b o r .. . . . . . . . . . . 9.00 M ortis W eiss, la b o r, s.00 A u g u st M oeller, crushed sto n e 70.18 Thos. Carmody, r e n t.................. 91.10 F o ro stv ille Lum . Co., cem en t 28.48 Junies McArdle, B. H ar. p low . 2.00 , T h os. Goss, s to n e . x 10.00 F rank LeM ere, c e m e n t .. .. .. . 27.30 A u g u st Zahn, r e p a ir s. 4,10 Andrew Brann, h a r d w a r e ..... 1.61 B rann Bros., o il 3)15 Frank LeMere, c e m e n t.. . . . . . 37.80 H erm an Taage, g a s o l i n e .. .. .. 36.40 John Beuchner, N a sew a u p ee ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY i ADVOCATE, DECEMER 11, 4913. 1,1 ’ \"** \" n - i l s 0 $ ■ * M 7 KtTSBAITD’S CSBXSTMAS GX7T. A frag m en t o f Hnen, w orn an d th in A nd -darned In m any a spot. B u t in every fibre w oven thereto. I s a living -\"forget-m e-nat,\" . H ow m y h e a rt goes back o'er a ^haff score years, T o a cheery C h ristm as'd a y , . W hen tin s little kerchief, dain ty and fre sh , « A m ong by new g ifts lay, T he C hristm as-tide w a a fa ir th a t year, ..With Its blanket of g listen in g snow, A nd the day w as fu ll of godly cheer. H eaven's sm ile w as on all below, H ow the scene retu rn s, so real then, So like a vision tonight. I could a lm o st feel it w ere only a dream W ere it not fo r th is atom of w hite, B u t I touch its folds • a n d , m y senses thrill, w ith a strange and sudden pain. F o r I seem to feel a vanished hand I can never clasp again. T o h ear a footstep, stead y and strong, A s it cru sh es the crisp w hite snow A nd m ingles w ith oth e...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

THE STURGEON SAY'iUVoCA^TE’toECEMBir iiiig i a : ,' ' 8 %*£ta« 9Mn|ja E n te re d in th e Post-offlco a t S tu rg e o n . Bay, W is., a s seco n d -clasg m a tte r. P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u r s d a y a t S tu rg e o n B ay, W is. - R A T E S O P SU B SQ R IPT IO N . •O ne y e a r .Ji.BQ S ix m o n t h s . . . . , ............................. 75 P o u r m o n t h s . . , ,sn Tw o m o n th s .. . . . . . . . . . . . ... ......... .25 S in g le c o p i e s . .. . .. - ................. .05 Tw o d o lla rs w ill be c h arg ed i f not paid W ithin th e year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., December 11, 1013. Judge Ryan of Appleton last week sent a wife-deserter to the penitentiary at Waupun for oiic year, and issued a warning that every ' individual brought Before him and convicted of this offense would receive the same dose of medicine.. If the state had a few more judges of this' kind, there would be no call for mother's pension bills.' Judge Ryan has .net...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

TTO 'STgRGEOiy iBAT-j|P^0CATgf1MSCE^Egv|^ LOCAL ITE AA Christmas?—Only twowe'elm ifij to do your shopping. -Out merchants have an unusually’ large and fine stgek this year, anA'ifi is the early shoppu- th a t gets the pick. Mdjriage Licenses.—The folowingi ' riage licenses were issued duringg A' past week Gilbert .W :, W ickmanf • Alta T. Strandeil of Ellison Bay J x car Spjut, Marmette, and Hulda Ana son, Ephraim. E at Dandelion Greens.—Eating dande- AA Bon greens th at were picked on-thc^Cth day of December is something th a t Can­ not be done every year, but this is what happened in 1913, and Mrs. Win. Bass- : • ford* is the person who picked enough of A/ the greens to make a good meal. - /A / Operated for Appendicitis.—Miss Lilly Lupthge of Jacksonport, a daughter of Robt. Luethge, was operated on at the ■/ People’s hospital on Monday for appen­ dicitis, passing th ru the ordeal quite successfully and giving every indication of a speedy and permanent recovery. 0. R. Moore Bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

li THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMER 11, 1913. C H R IS T M A S I N T H E C IT Y . . V W id e n is le s w h e r e d a y lig h t g r o p in g f a lls T h r o u g h m y r ia d c o lo r ed g la s s , A sou n d o f c h a n te d m a d r ig a ls, W h ere m a n y ch ild r e n p a s s, . B u t In th e s w ir lin g sto r m th e r e w a its A b eg g a r a t th e g a te s . T h e c a r v e n o a k en c h a n c e l-r a ils , 1 W ith h o lly b e r r ie s g le a m , yA nd th e m u s ic c ir c le s , g a th e r s , f a ils , v B ik e e c h o e s in a d ream . • A nd s o f t ly r is e s o n e c le a r v o ic e , \" R ejoice, a ll m e n ,'r e jo ic e .\" , T h e p ig e o n s in th e b e lfr y to w er, W h ere tin e-sp u n sn o w fla k e s d r ift, , S it h ud dled c lo se , a n d c lo s e r co w er. A s w in d s se e k o u t ea c h r ift, A nd b e lls a b o v e th em t o s s in g s w in g , ' W ith w ild c la n g o r s rin g. O u tsid e th e w ild an d w in tr y d ay Is w h ite w ith fla k e s ,o f ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

THE STUBGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMER 11, 1913. £ SOUXi TO BOB? . So w e m u st part, m y bodJ-, you and I, W ho've sp en t so m any1 p lea sa n t y ears togetner ’T ie sorry •work to lo se your company: .•Who clove to m e so close, w h ate'er : th e w eather, . : Frornftwlnter unto w inter, w e t or dry B u \" you have reached th e lim it o f your tether, •And I m ust journey on m y w a y alone, And leave y o u .q u ietly beneath a stone. T h ey say th a t you are a lto g eth er bad, (F orgive me, 'tis n o t m y experience), : And think m e very w icked to be sad A t lea v in g you, a 61od, a prison w h en ce . To g et quite free X sh ould be very glad. Perhaps X m ay be so a few d a y s hence B u t now, m ethinks, ’tw ere g ra celess not to spend A tear on m y departing .friend. N ow our lo n g partnership Is near com ­ pleted. And I look back upon Its history '\"I grea tly fear I have n o t a lw a y s treated Y ou 'w lth the hon esty you show ed me A nd I m u st ow n th a t you hav...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 December 1913

: : ■ ‘ ^ i*V •. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCAT^ JHBCE-MER U , 1913. i-I J H -H 4 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I H I I I I I I M l I I'M I'H I I I H W H I H H I I I .'IWlW! is a: a n d re m e m b e r ^hat tKe Exclusive Clothing House : is the place where you can get thfc :’ap* propriate Xmas gift for the Man . and we---: : * bought a few good things and you can make your dollar do double'Work here^ O ver fOOO Ties will be on display, which is really oiie of the^ nicest gifts for men, . VISIT THE STORE FOR MEN A N N O Y S . Z Dquble f’irofit-Sfciaring . v. ■ ® i^ & $ n til: Christmas! 1 1 i i i i i i i i t | .n i i » i i i t w H - a s i i z i - g s u m Moving Picture Show : Tickets Given Free! HhM+i ■ i l i i i i i i i i i MAKES Nothing else can make so acceptable a gift as some piece of high grade Furniture. It will give comfort and pleasure to every member of the jii Our store is known as the DspendablB Furniture Store. We invite you to call in and make selections Or look over our s...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

ONLY 5 SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS VOL. NO. 39 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913. READ OUR HOLIDAY ADS! $1.50 A YEAR LO CAL ^ G E N E R A L M ARINE N EW S : V Echoes From the Plymouth. : 0 A notlier body from the, ilfffated barge .'Plymouth -.was found on th e east shore of L ake M ichigan on Sunday. T he re ­ m ains Were those of Capt. Axel Larson and they were discovered buried in th e sand near Shelby, Mich., 15 miles north o f M uskegon. C apt Larson -.wa3j engag­ ed as a tie inspector by the Huebel com­ pany, and had in his pocket when found 'a ,c o u p le of hundred dollars. This is th e th ird , member o f the crew to be recov- -T he distance from th e point w here the’ Plym outh w as anchored and the body of Capt. Larson was found is ab out 150 m iles.\". C apt. Louis Setunsky of Menominee, m aster of the tu g Jame8 NM artin, plead gu ilty to the charge of h a tin g ,shipped . as m a ster of a vessel of larg er'to nnage th a n his papers called for, when arra...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY- ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 18, 1913 STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Mr. and M rs. \\V, Iv Gbddard o f Lodi have ju st celebrated the fiftieth anniver­ sa ry of their wedding. \\ » r H enry Volkman lost his right linnd when operating a. com shredder on the Rudolph Adams' farm a t Columbus. W alking into the room Where his wife X a n d 'little daughter were sleeping, Leo ...^'Hungcrford of M adison drank carbolic acid and died. No cause w as given for the net. . Col. W illiam J. Anderson lias been ap­ pointed as a confidential clerk to Rail- ' road Commissioner H alford Erickson. Coh Anderson was formerly private se­ cretary to Govs.\" Scofield-and U pham .' “The farm ers’ problem is n o t one of co-operative production as it is being ta u g h t in agricultural schools. I t is a question of co-operation for prices. Se- X cure this and the other will follow.” \" A. P. Call, one of Oconto’s old settlers ■ died T hursday nigh t from a stroke of paralysis. He w as born in Europe ana ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

ONLY 5 SHOPPING .DAYS TO CHRISTMAS! READ OUR HOLIDAY ADS! VOL. 52. NO. 39 STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913. $1.50 A YEAR THE REINDEER PACK. A CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY. Charley Big FooL was a ta ll, pock-\" m arked Sioux, w h o . had been caught stealing cattle in the land Of the Crows. “H eap bad Injun,” w as th e verdict of the Crow council, which m e a n t'th a t he was, condemned to a m onth of- servitude on their reservation. Now there is an an ­ cient law among these N orthern tribes regarding the d uty of prisoners, which brings into everlasting contem pt th e m an who runs aw ay from punishm ent. So Charley Big Foot ‘needed no w atching, bu t did his w ork as if he w ere getting pay, and when it w as done w ent and came quite as he chose. I t w as early in December when Charley w ent into' cap- •• tivity, . and the i naked ridges along the valley of the L ittle H orn were under a foot of snow, which had been sw ept and frozen by the winds until the plains were like a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

/ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 18, 1913. - # ' i / A CHRISTMAS STORY SPENT a happy CLristmas eve At blithesome \"Ennedrfe, And sitting by the cozy hearth, I listened to this tale. Old Thomas told it — he had seen Some seventy years or so, And . over many , l a u d s h a d . . ....................... ’ v- been ' \" A roamer to and fro. • “When I was but a hoy,” he said, ... '.. “There dwelt not far from here ■ “A woman young in widowhood— i Her name was Helen Vere. “One child she had—a little boy— . I scarcely need to say He was her only earthly joy, : ■ Her comfort night and day. “Oft would she stroke his golden hair ’ , And sigh, and say, ‘Ah, me Oh, weary, weary was the day Thy father went to seal’ *’(jiie day he to his mother said— *1 long so much to be A . sailor, aB my father wsb, . And sp.il the wide, wide sea.’ “She gave consent, although hersheart • Was bound up in her son— ' , *lt may be better for .us'iioth-— O Lord, Thy will-be done. y. “.‘You won't:.forget me,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

-. THE S'TURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER 18 1913 - Oficial Publicatio n.] J W orsm e er . Aug. Shauers 3.0..'. 2350. Pros1ins of the Board of 8A.i.risoc - a : Bbatmb, Ioo' Crr Harb.y ivery 2.50 1 Compd e Earl M Clerk o Door County (Continued froin last week.) Aug. oeller........ ... 0.00 Mrs. H Pot... .... .. ... 1 00 T'erdinand Dreber. ... . . 10 8 Otto Wolgein............. ... 1.20 Mrs. Joel Asby..............1000, Wm Kramer.... ........... .19.60 Geo. A. Bassford, sal, and ex 49.17 Arnold' Baptist.......... . 10.0 Frank Mann................. 1880 H. A. Wagener, highway. ..... 51.3(0 Mrs. M. Clafln.............. 10.6o0d A Putman . . . ......... . . -. .5Pt16.00 Emil Miller, salary.......... 33.33 Mrs. i.L Corrin............. .10 00 Nick Donovan. ........... ... i. 1880 Frank Wellever,...... ..... . 22.92 Mrs. Ezra Ellis Schraeder.... 16.00 Mike Gerlach. .2.00 Tom Richmond,.............. 20.07 F. . Ingram............... 10.00G.et.0 Louis Gerlach.... ......... 8.60 . A.Santleison........

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER 18, 1913. ' / _ * ! ' t'Oil Entered . in the Post-ofllefi a t Sturgeon Bay, 1Vls„ as second-class m atter. Published Every T h u rsd a y .h r Sturgeon Bay, . Wls. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.1 y e a r ^ . s . . . . . . ,$ l.Sv One Six m o n th s... .P our months... ■pwo m o n th s. . \"Single copies. pi ................................. Two dollars will be charged If not paid w ithin the year. \", -..x . . DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager, 'Sturgeon Bay, IVis., December 18, 1913 MISs\"j£NKINS RESIGNS POSITION, | T aught Continuously in Public Schools of This City For P ast Thifay-Sev- en Years.. Is Accepted' W ith 'N -. . Regrets. \" At the meeting q£ the board Of ediica- ./'tio iL held Monday evening the member.- surprised to receive the resigna- g tion of Miss Agnes 0. Jenkins, teacher j in th e prim ary departm ent of th e pub­ lic schools, which was tendered, in the following communication: . i : r Sturgeon Bay, Dec. 15, 1913. •• Board of Educa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

m THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,'DECEMBER is , 1913. LOCAL ITEMS: - o - -»■- '• ' Red Cross Stampsl-LA depotyTar the sale - of.R ed 'Cross stam ps has fbeein' es­ tablished in the lobby of . the postoffice \" and is in charge of Miss Lily Nebel ■ ’ \", Train Late.—The train • did not arrive ' on Monday lintil l ’:15-p. in f being abotit three hours, behind' time, the delay. hav­ ing been caused by a breakdown to the engine. ., . f _ . . . / ~'y. ’/ ■ Episcopal Services.—There will be Ep-. iscopal services held in- Odd Fellows hall on Sunday morning a t 10 o’clock and in the afternoon a t 3:30, a t which Rev. Ho- „ ratio Gates will preachy Wolf .Bounties.—Among those who • have , collected wolf .bounties recently are H arry Hagen of Washington, .-and August-Strandell of-Liberty Grove., Both wolves Were, killed the .first of the month. Begin Collecting Monday.—Treasurer Ollinger will begin the collection of tax­ es on Monday .next, being now engaged in getting his index prepared...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

THE STURGEOITBAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER 18, 1913 CHRISTMAS EVE. T he sto c k in g s w ere h u n g In th e co rn er, T h re e o f them , n il in n row : T a ll F re d ’s and d e a r little M abel’s And W ill’s, w ith Its s c a rle t toe. T h e ' g d o d -n ig h t k isse s w ere g iv en ,’ T h e ev en in g p ra y e rs w ere sa id And th e q u ie t th a t reig n ed in tjie p arlo r, told ' T h a t th e ch ild ren had gone to bed. *Where th e lam p b u rn ed s o ft a n d low, I could h e a r th e p ttle o f voices U p stairs.- from th e q u iet n u rse ry , np • pra Come floating dow n below. And 1 knew , th e b rig h t ey es w ere try in g A len g th en ed w a tc h to keep L e st S a n ta C laus p a ss by them , And th e y be f a s t asleep. “B u t.” sa id th e voice o f M abel, \"P e rh ap s he w o n 't come, because L ucv G ray sa y s th e re ’s no su ch perso n As good old S a n ta C laus, And j f th e re isn ’t,— tru ly , W hy th en he w on’t come, you know A nd o u r s to c k in g s w ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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