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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

■y:v ■ \" _________ .- X H E gTPRG EO N BAY. ADVOCATE DECEM BER 18, 1913. ■,-• - ' , : H E . colonel sat comfortably In his chair and gazed dream ily through a hazy cloud of Hav­ ana at the Christ­ m as crowd. \"Ha-ha! colonel. A t last I’ve found you looking sad!” And a friend who had come up from behind and slapped him . affectionately on the shoulder pulled a big chair . .. alongside and- sat d$wu. The colonel leaned farther back in the -enveloping leather and a volley- of expanding rings poured from beneath th e carefully trim m ed w hite mustache. , ' “That,” he said, with a wave of his hand toward the throngs, “set m e to • thinking of how in my country school­ days we big, bad boys sometimes locked the teacher out. to m ake him give us a Christm as treat. At the . pfecise moment you soaked me on the .shoulder I was thinking o f-th e time we locked out our teacher. We noti-' .fled him a week beforehand .th at we 'expected him to give us a nice, sub- .stantial tre a t ...

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 — 18 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE DECEMBER 18, 1913 BRING T H E L ITTLE ONES to ace the REA L LIVE SA N TA CLAUS. DOUBLE Trading , Stamps until \\ y iS E r lifc © R E T S P R E T T Y I A M A W 3 Xmas. -• It means a saving of 6 | per cent in addition to our low prices The whatto-give question is VNTILXMAS u n t il X m a s Beginning Monday Evening Beginning Monday Evening Christmas All our furs, will be sold at [ 15 per cent discount to help you save, money. See the Ntarten Set at $65 00 Mink M u ffs^ q 42 50 Less 15 per cent, discount. Also a .complete line of other Furs $4.50 to $25.00 a set. Less 15 per cent.'discount. Buy the Lady a Coat For Christmas Every: one of our coats have been' reduced for this, sale: 135.00 Brocaded Velour Coat with fur collar and cuffs $19.75 135.00 Velour Coat with Persian Paw 'Triminings*....$19.75 $25.00 Ural Lamb Coat trimmed with Seal Plush......$16,50 Special Lo.t. *18.00 $16.75, $15.00 Coats sell at.............$ 9,50 BUY THE CHILD A COAT FOR C H R ISTM ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY AP.VOCATE DECEMBER 18, 1913. $itm (^iirdcn an:! $\\mt. ■w h a t n o s h e f & e &b s t k x z tk ? : W hen sftenlierds. o’e r 'their .fluffy- sheep T hrough long, long h ours th eir w atches keep - A nd see the little lam bkins leap. O’, w h at do shepherds think? O ut where- the bees in blossom s hide \" W here so ft g rass grow s on every slder A nd -toliere the sky is—O, so wide! . O, w h a t do shepherds think? W h ere little birds sin g all day long, T he very sw eetest kind o f song W h ere all is good, and nothing w rong, O, w h at do shepherds think? And when the stars shine out so bright, : W ith .su c h a silv ery so rt of lig h t— O ut in the dew y fields a t night, O, w h a t do shepherds think? B o tlley thing how, once, long ago,\" : T hose oth er shepherds saw. the glow T h a t led them to th a t M anger low— Of this do shepherds think? A nd a re they glad they’re shephe'rds too, O ut in the fields th e w hole n ig h t thru. And do they love ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 December 1913

t h e STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER 18, 1013. COUNTY NEWS { Sunday and Mrs. Carl Dcsom- IOncelebratedMr. 'bre tneir pearl wedding anni­ versary—the thirteenth. The occasion was duly observed by the friend? of the’ weather still prevails for! « « # » . who .gathered\" at tlieir home in Itiis town oil the afternoon and evcriig v .' DETBOXT H A3BO B. a \"• JBcautiful which we “arc very thankful. ' / ' All of the stores arc doing an unu3- . ually lui’ge holidayybusiness tliis year and most of the people seem to be do­ ing their shopping early.. John Apderson lms sold his farm to John lianncson, consideration''notknown, v Mr. , Ahdrson has moved into one of Bo ' . Anderson’s cottages and lie will be part- ■ i^^Y ier with his brother Henvy in the butch* er business. , The rural carrier says that the bulk of : ' mail is increasing as Christmas approach^ cs but that he lias not noticed any more i/:receptacles erected along his route to i receive them, as, was suggested in our ■ .c...

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 — 25 December 1913

V O L . 52. NO . 40 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1913. $1.50-A YEAR LOCALS GENERAL MARINE NEWS Canal Station Cloaca. v The lifcsaving station a te th e canal closed for the season a t midnight S at­ urday, December 20. . T his'is the long­ est season ever put in by this'station ,and is twelve days longer than last year. The crew usually goes cn duty April '1 s t and last year closed on December 10th. This year a t the time of the Day­ ton flood a general call to duty was igiv. en to many stations on the lakeb '- on account of th a t disaster and th e ’local ■station went into commission oh March 30th. On account of the mild weather it continued ten days longer th is''tail and it is a question jvhetlier it is nb't unwise to close even now as many boats are still running, twenty-two having : passed\" thru the canal • Sunday and' four­ teen Monday and the latter nuinber will probably be the average until a} good freeze-up comes. v - During the past season the canal ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER 25, 1913 For Three Days Only. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 27th, 29th, 30th Store Closes for Good Tuesday Evening! After a thorough trial of 30 days we find that our West Side customers prefer to trade at our Big: Store in Sturgeon Bay. We have therefore de­ cided to close this store for good Tuesday evening, Dec. 30th. The following prices will close out this stock so there won’t he much left to move over. 10 dciz. Men’s Heavy W ool Mittens, 35c value, Removal Price__ ___ ... 196 9-doz. Men’s and Women’s Knit Gloves, 25c^ra\\ae, Removal P r i c e | Q q Men’s W oolSocks, 25c value at_^ |5 C M en’s Extra Heavy Canvas^Gloves with y blue or brown w ristlet^15c value, at 9c A Big Lot of- Heavy Outing Flannels^ 12c value, Removal Sale, yd. ._ _ /^ 0 J ^ Q A Lot of Dress Goods, 50c & 60c v^lue, yd 3 5 C A .L ot of Men’s Overcoats a t ^ ^ _ i. Half P rice A Lot of Men’s and Young Men’s Overcoats, size 34-35-36-37 y $ f0 & $ 12 Coats Removal...

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 — 25 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE DECEMBER 23, 1913 COnlclal Publication.] Proceedings of tie Board of Supervisors DOOR C Compiled by Earl M.. LaPlant, Clerk of Door County. I F rank ”Can)pbell.. . . . . . . | Pete C a m p b e ll.......... Frank S ham po.. . Byron Anschultz. . . . . . . . . ’4.40 (Continued from last week.) Ed M ura................... - Otto Oldenburg.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.20 Henry E m m e l... . J. ..... ‘ 2.40 .O tto O ld e n b u r g ............... 8.40 John Dufeck'. ................... ... 8.80 . Joseph B r a n d le ........................ 35.00 Al O sm unson.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26.60 • F rank M arrow .. . . . . . , . . . . . . 25.90 Anton Br andl e. . . .v. 21.00 Jos. M ohr. ............ 3.50 Chas. N eum an..'...........,...... - 22,00 John D u nn.. . . . . . . . . . '.-•?'• • • v I 7-60 Andrew Lenkleistein.. .. r . .. 24.00 F rank L e lst........4 ........:. 25.10 W illie W agener.. . . . . . . . . . . . 17.50 H ans Tostensen.. . . . . . . . 17....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 December 1913

THE STURGEON: BAY ADVOCATE'DECEMBER 25, 1913 . Wcfturgcon |Say Entered In the Fost-offlce 'a t ..Sturgeon B a g .W is., os second-class m atter. Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One- y e a r.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ____ Jl.50 Six m o n th s .... .75 Four m onths........................ . . . ............ .50 Two m o n th s..'..................... .25 Single copies.................. ' .06 Two dollars will be charged If n o t paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., December 25, 1913. President- Wilson’s p et currency bill pas'sed th e senate on F rid ay evening by a vote of 54 to 34, eight Republicans voting w ith th e solid Democratic vote. I t then w ent to conference in th e House w here on Monday it also passed and on Tuesday w as signed by the president an d is now a law. . The Advocate hopes th a t all its read ­ ers and. patrons enjoyedj a m erry Christ- . m as and: th a t the New Y ear will be ...

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 — 25 December 1913

/ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCAtErDECEMBjSR 25, 1913 . - - ' . , ~ * ‘ & * , | LOCAL JTEMS. . Chimney Fire.—A chimney, fire in the First ward Tuesday forenoon^ brought .ou t the department. No damage was inflicted. No Story Hour.—There w ill be no “story hour” a t the lbirary on Saturday, December 27th. On the following Sat­ urday, Jinaury 3d, it w ill be held as ■usual. Sells House.—Carl Nielson of Ephraim within the week disposed of his resi - dence in the First ward to Capt. Max Pfeil, the consideration being $1100. This was formerly the Cameron place.. Mr. \"Pfeil will take possession shortly. County Court.—Only one case was up at the special session of th. county court on Tuesday, this being, the hearing on the petition for final settlem ent iii\". the estate of Gregorie Fabry judgment was rendered allowing the final account and assigning residue of the estate Marriage Licenses.,— Following'- mar­ riage licenses, were issued during the : week: Roy H. Farman, Edgerton, Wis., a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 December 1913

THE SXgRQEOW BAY ADVOCATE, DECEM BER 25, 1 9 1 3 DABXSGSB Ain) SATUQBI. This w onderful earth goes round and , round, ■ Turning over-and over again, . A nd, w inters g o . and sum m ers comp -:AVith'their h arvest of fru it and grafh, F or the glorious sun is shining for all, ' O'er the boundless realm s of space. Though into each life some storm s m ust fall And w inters creep on apace. To some appears the lig h t To others the settin g of the sun of dawn. Some have finished-the. voyage of life, Which others have ju s t begun. Over the hill-tops ih the east. The golden sun-beam s play. To those who belong to the upper cru st Of old m other earth, it is day: , ’ But to the antipodes 'neath our feet. • In China or Japan. W hile we enjoy \"the ligh t of day, Their night has ju s t begun. • ' Y et well we know the earth goes round, Turiffng over and over again \\Vhen theirs is the day and ours night. And we need never complain. A h ' would it w ere so in affairs o f life, In this tur...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 December 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE DECEMBER 25, I91J and gome, 8 0 Q M .E N O U G H 7 0 B A L L . M ortals are created B y a w ise design Som e are m ean t for coarse'w ork. Som e are m eant fo r fine Som e are rich ly gifted Som e have ta len ts sm all B u t there’s a place for ev ery one. And room enough fo r all. ■ ~ In our early childhood, W e our ta ste s avow Som e to books inclining, Som e to hold th e plow E ach by w ise endeavor . - ' In h is niche m ay fa ll, . F or there’s a place for every ,one, And room enough for all. W ell it is that m o rta ls'. \" D iffer a s th ey do, V aried a s the ta sk s are T h ey m u st all pursue B oth on brain and m u scle « There is need to call, . \\ ® And there’s a place for every one. And room enough fo r all. In the rig h t position Each w ill do h is best, / F eelin g q uite conten ted ’. ■• T h at's the su rest test. ,• For there’s a place for ev ery one, Aqd room enough for all. — B y Josephine P ollard. OPERATING A SEPARATOR. The use ...

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 — 25 December 1913

THE: STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 25, 1913 COUNTY NEWS •• S IS T E B BAY. Isaac Nelson killed a pig last week that tipped the scale at 502 pounds. That is some pig, alright. Frank Seaqnist. has joined the ranks Of the autoists, havipg purchased a car from t’.c J. C. Dana Co. Saturday. The infant girl qf.Mr. and Mrs. Gust. Johnson who lives in (he northern part of this town, died Friday, of convul­ sions. - V i . • -V ■ .... : Will Starr returned homcYeom Chi'- cago Tuesday, where he has' beeny in p, . hospital for three months. We a * to see him. Win. Bunda returned from the county eeat to -spend the holidays with his .mo­ ther. He is attending high, school at the county seat. Hilmer Eriekson and bride arjived.here ' Saturday from Milwaukee to spend the holidays with their parents. Mr. Erick­ son lias been at Madison taking a course in butter making. He expects to be employed in the new creamery at,Ellis* on Bay as soon as it is finished . Marcus Bunda went to Egg Harbor Sat...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 January 1914

' f e l 81918 THE AilVOCATE IS THE OFFICIAX. FA FER OFJBOTH TIIS CITY AND THE COUHTY. BRING . HEAT ' • J~B WORK AT T H IS -OFFiCE ' . - TH A T N EX T JOB. WORK ' HERE i m m 'OL. 52. NO. 41 STURGEON BAY, ,WIS., THURSDAY, JANUARY I 1914. BARGE HALSTEAD ASHORE A T W ASHINGTON HARBOR. . The above picture is a very good one o f the barge H alstead a«hore a t W ash­ ington H arbor, W ashington IslaridvV- . The H alstead, it-w ill be rem em bered wa3 driven high a n d /d ry on the beach a t th e head of th e harbor during .the teijific blow on th e nigh t of November 9th. The crew reached shore in safety,' although - nearly dfpwfi’e d by th e \"seas th a t sw ept o v e r' the craft. •' - ,Y \\ •: .* The H alstead is th e property of th e S oper'L um b er Co. o f Chicago, who ..tvili m ake no effort to recover the c ra ft if they can-dispoBe o f her as she lie3. There is nine f e e t'o f w a te r a sh o ft distance from her' starbo ard and th e bottom -iB of g rav el.' The cra ft w as n o...

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 January 1914

th e: STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 1, 1914, 72 LIVES ARE CRUSHED OUT A Terrible Christmas, Eve Tragedy Takes Place at Calumet, Mich., When Panic is Caused By Cry ol Fire. CHILDREN* AND WOMEN TRAMPLED. ■i Awful Calimity Falls On Families o f ' Poor. ■. ■':/:' Warring Factions Are United by ■i' . Disaster That Plunges City in Pall of Griel. ■n' Caluinet, Midi., wag tlio scene of an / appalling tragedy on Wednesday even- . ing of last week—Christmas eve—that ' .has quelled the turbulent feeling exht- ■ ing^ between the striking miners and the strike-breakers.. The Milwaukee Sen- : tinel of Thursday morning gives the following account of the catastrophe: Fourscore persons, mostly children, were killed Wednesday night a t aChrist- s mas celebration or copper mine strikers 'Sn^an Italian hall because of a heedless panics caused by a false alarm of fire. v . While ^several hundred miners and their wives- looked -on and scores of the children pressed eagerly toward the stage to...

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 — 1 January 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 1, 1914. [Official P u b lication .] ProBeedings of f ie Board of Sdpgrvisors D O O R C O I T j S T T Y ‘ Com piled by E arl M. L aP lant: Clerk o f Door County. (C ontinued from la s t w eek.) ' • COUNTY R E V E N U E -R E C E IP T S . January. 1313. ' 2 F ra n k K ram ner. ren t. . ... . .$ 7.00 ' A lien H iggin s, su it ta x ................ 12.00 6 E x o r DeJardine, sta te , ta x -v- /■ / • J a ck so n p o rt. ........... .... 957.45 11 O scar Olson, Town- o f S(ur- geon IJcy, sta te t a x .. . . . .\" 870.67 do. School l o a n s . . . . . . . . . . . . 204.96 ,,1,3 H en ry Sorenson, Clay B an k s : sta te t a x ... 729.45 .1 3 H enry Johnson, B ru ssels, . statfe aid h i g h w a y . . . . . . . . . r 697.64 . do. J a c k s o n p o r t . 220. 61 . 14 John Long, S evastop ol sta te f a x ... . . . . . . ___ . . . .'.V.'. . .y 2397.30 do. School lo a n s . . . . . IiiG.92 ■ •'-. 'T h o s. T. C arnod y, E g g H ar- ' . ' V bor, sta te fa x 101...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 January 1914

■ f \" f ' ' * ^ ■. ■ v?\" fi-?—^ r'' ■ v ^ - .v v' •â–  ■■' •'■’ »v ~ - ' . r THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 1, 1914. «T3 ©hc^tu»*(|C0n§ajt glrtrr ratr E ntered In th e : Post-office a t Sturgeon ,, Bay, Wis.,- as second-class m atter. , Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. :S RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One. y ea r............................ . . / . . . .......... ■*1.50 S lx m onths . . . . . . . / , ........ .... .75 F o u r m onths..................................................60 Tw o m o n th s. v . , . . . . . . 2 6 Single c o n i e s . .v . . . . . . . . . . . . .05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid' w ithin the year. • / • ’■' . : «. -/ — DUDLEY S. I/5 n G, Business M anager. Sturgeon ^Ray, Wis.,- Jan u ary 1, 1914. H H H I I l i ■I'M I'I ■M-I H II 111 I I I I 111 i n n ■m u M L E OF WOMEN'S APPAREL WOMEN’S and at. t remen clous ’ CLOAKS, SUITS, FURS and SKIRTS reductions for quick clearance r:E take the cpporiunily dn this...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 January 1914

THE STUBGEOH BAY ADVOCATEjANUAilY 1,1914. LO C A LJT EM S. Advertised Letters.—Following is the list of uncalled for letters a t the local liostoffice:—Thos. Elliott, Jesse Elliott, Thr^sa Kliumb, (2), Jos. Lellere,', Anna Luto’rtka, F. N. Oilman. : Motorcyclist Arrested.—Oliver Simon was arrest'eiD^m Saturday on complaint of Officer Hall oj^the Fourth Ward, for ndihg (liis motorcycle without lights. •Owing to District . Attorney Sanderson ■' being busy, the case lida not yet been called. . ' : ^ ■ Chimney Fire.—A Christinas 'alarm of ^ re brought out the department 6'af it • proved to be a-chifnney burning out. There should be some system of alarm fP th a t when a call for. a chimney, blaze ■ i® ’made it will not haul out the. entire ■ department. The chemical was purchas­ ed for calls of' this character.*'‘A i ’ Will Get Out Loga-^rAl. Osmunson lias entered into contract w ith outside par- ' t 'e3 f°r .the.logging.-of nine forties of land In tbetqw n of Baileys Harbor. ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 January 1914

m A. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 1, 1914. i’ortrti. r: m U . r‘a ■ . Once, in the tw ilight of a w intry day, One passed me silent, s tru g g lin g o n his way, . ' .. -. • W ith head bowed low, and hands th at burdens bore, . - A nd saw not how, a little spaee^ befoifei ' A wonm h w a tc h ed /h is hom ing, where v ■ the ligh t , Poured a glad welcome through a win- dow bright, . -' . . . . . . S et thick w ith ..flowers th a t 'showed ho ' ‘ fairer Whom, . :• , , 1 T han her sw eet '#0 0 6 turned: outw ard to , the gloom. • . v.- . Y et-w iien his foot, w ith quick Im patient Y'V.--'-. - / . i s ' - stride, J -D u t touched the step, the. door sw ung open wide V 7- Sof.t hands reached sw iftly out, w ith ^ \". eager hold, ' And drew the dear one in from storm • and cold. . O love’,, whose eyes, from som e1 celestial height, : • • Behold me, toiling, burdened through’ _ ' the night, - •â– .•••â–  • -.- Tender of every b la st a t which X, cower, Y et sm iling still to. kn...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 January 1914

}sM0 M , h 'V* .V.- - V t h e : STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE,. JANUARY i, 1914. - , 5 hm\\ (5ardfn \\m\\ 2towe. TH E M YSTIC SP E L L . )' T h e re ’s a m y stic sp e ll in th e a ir to d a y — A s tra n g e , sw e e t g lam o u r o’e r e a rth a n d sky, ■ ■ ■• rA n d th e so rd id w o rld se em s f a r aw ay , A n d h olier, p u re r th o u g h ts a ris e I n th e w earied h e a rt, a n d y e a rn in g ey es . L ook e v e r up w e sc a rc e know w hy. T h e re ’s n o h a lt in th e m arc h o f T im e ' T h e s tr e a m s s till ro ll to tn e re s tle s s se a s 7 T h e w in d s s till c a rry fro m c lim e to c lim e ’ •••â– -■ • T h e ir w o rd less m essag e th e b ird s s till sw in g : - T h ro u g h th e W av in g g ro v es, w ith tir e ­ le ss .w in g , A n d c h e n t th e ir lo v es to th e lis te n in g tre e s. ■ •• ■■ T h e flow ers s till Sw ell fro m b u d to bloom T h e ^ sa p s till flow s th ro u g h th e fo r- . Yea, the earth s till w hirls from glow to g...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 1 January 1914

j*- HE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE JANUARY 1 ,^ 1 4 - ' 13 Our Great January Clearance Sale Begins Friday, January 2nd -- Ytni’ll See Eager \" Buyers Here From North, East, South and West — YOU TOO, COME EARLY! R E A D A N D IN V E S T IG A T E ------ Overcoats For Men Buys you the best wearing J k | ( | Y ^ Overcoat you ever owned for ^ S k i l l the money. Try, one on. Be prepared,for the, cold weather that will soon come, with one. of our splendid Overcoat values, the kind that saves you money .Buys a lot of $10 Over­ coats, as the mild Fall forces us to sell this lot of Over­ coats at $5.00. They’ll not, last long at this price, so be one of the early customers. values, th( 5 *5 Boys Overcoats, at One-half TH E best piece of merchandising news that has beerv published for months is this, that you are reading right here. and now. It heralds the biggest Clearance Sale this house has ever conducted— $8,000.00 worth of select merchandise.: Goods that we studied and planned over for mont...

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