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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

trig Days to Christmas. ^A WORD TO THE WISE, ETC. flOnly 3 Publication. Days tq Christmas. BRING TH A T N E k T JOB WORK H E k S VOL. 53 NO. 36 OB WORK W T H IS OFFICB STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1914. $1.50 A YEAR ■ MARINE NEWS CAPT. W ALKER’S BODY FOUND, Inform ation w a s received yesterday \"by John W alker-of this city to th e ef­ fect th a t th e body of his fath er, Capt. : Jo hn W alker of the barge Annie P e t­ erson,- had been found. The rem ains were picked up tw enty m iles south of where th e bodies from th e steam er C. F. C urtis w ere recover- ,ed. The Peterson went\" down in th e sam e storm th a t destroyed ‘ the C urtis •on Lake Superior on November 18. M r. W alker left here' .yesterday af tem o o n for Grand M arais, Mich., to take charge of th e rem ains and accompany \"th e m to G rand H aven, w here interm ent w ill ta k e place. I t is the intention o f,th e fam ily to m ake their home in. Tonawanda,- N . Y., during the ensuing w inter. N e...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

^gtntfieon Bap a&vocate the state' and will fulfill Ills part of. tlu contract and refrain from spending hi* time entertaining. society. The • inaug­ ural ball has been declared off. There _________________________ will be other surprises in store for those *— t—------------ —— :— — --------?----- — who attacked him . so bitterly during E n te re d ' in th e F ost-fflce a t b tu rg e o n , - T t r „ q t tlin t fhev B av. W is., a s seco n d -class m a tte r. “ he cam paign, a n d u c t r u s t t n a t t i n will repent in sack cloth and ashes. P u b lis h e d E v e ry T h u rsd ay a t S tu rg eo n - B ay, IVis. B A T E S ^O P ' S U B S C R IP T IO N : O ne y e a r . . p .. . . . . . — . . . . . . .\".$1.50 S ix m o n th s ................................................ .75 F o u r m o n th s ............— . . . .50 T w o m o n th s .............................. S in g le C o p ie s '. . . . . . . . . i ................... ..... Tw o d o lla r s 'w ill be c h a rg e d if n o t...

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 — 3 December 1914

THE STURGEON BA? ADYOCAXEj -DECEMBER 3, 1914. MARINE NEWS [Continued from first page.] STEAMER LEHIGH STRANDS. \"While fettling her tray along tlid n orth shore of Lake Michigan, bound from Escanaba to Boyne City, . Mich., -the iron, steamer Lehigh found-the bot: tom off Point Aux Barques eailv a week -ago Thvirsday morning. The wind was \"blowing a gale from. tlie north’ard and th e craft hugged the land to get out of th e big sea. .-A blinding snow storm ■coming up arid the boat’s, compass be­ ing out oii account of the cargo of iron •ore, she got in it little too far. and run ■qn,-' being out about’ three feet .\"forward., ..The wind being off shore there was not. much sea and the crew were not in •danger, so word was sent to the owners \"by a fish boat and the men stuck to th eir ship. Monday the wind came: up from the south and kicked up a big sea und Capt. Pat. Casey of the tug Isabel G. went out to take the- crew off. As th e boat ’was not leaking they decided to remain-...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

e ^ Wfi6 \\ 4 | PERSONALS. .Mrs., Gresham Washburn is and lias been quite'lH for a week or more past. Mrs. llosc Keogh went to Green Bay yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. K. Keogh. • j V Mrs. H. C. Sibrec is visiting with'her daughter, Mrs. .1. A. Bassford, at Grand Rapids, Mich. ' , The Dorcas society will meet with Miss Mary ' Reynolds Tuesday- evening, x Dec. 8. j .. ■■■'.-v -\" Mrs, Kick Simon left the. latter part o f the week for Waslmra county to visit ' w ith her sdh John for an. indefinite ^length of time. ■ ,\"2 Judge Jacob Delias and daughter May spent Thanksgiving with flieir daugh ter and sister, Mrs. C-ofrin, at Green Bay, returning home the. day-following. -Miss Lucy Ives returned to her stud ito a t ..St. Joseph’s academy, Green Bay, on Monday after spending- Thanksgiv­ ing, a t home. Mrs. George Lovelace is making prep­ arations to remove to Brown county- where her husband is in charge of the. .-telephone exchange. / Little 'Regina May McDonald of Al- g ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

[*['[:[ TH E STURGEON B A Y ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 3, l!?14. : f l i i S L S W i 2 * !•: & - £ ? ■ • _ • O#%«w»«ft'wn ''TTavA^ir\\ r § . Episcopal Sem cesJD R ev. \\ H dratio G ates' Will hold* Episcopal services Odd'Fellov.-s hall next\",Sunday morning. Dee, -6 , a t 10:45. * Opens Office Here,’—R ichard Lehm ann of Jacksonporit h as opened up a real es­ ta te office in th is city, same, being locat­ ed in w ith A tty . IE M -Eerguson. Cupid Idle.—N ot a single m arriage license w as issued by th e county clerk during th e p ast week. Some m aintain th a t th is is a sign of an open w inter. W . C. T. U.—T he-, local union will • m eet a t th e h om e.of M rs. C. B. Pack, ard nex t Tuesday, afternoon. The . topic is to he “Rescue W ork,” and M rs. Ed. H oule w ill act as leader. H UNTING SEASON CLOSES, A t \".|i1ipdpWn .Monday. ,evening, No-- einheb £30 'v th e \"open season, .for m ost gam e clSsed in this., county.' [The only g am e w hich now can be hunted is ra b ­ b...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

THE STURGEON BAY , ADVOCATE. DECEMBER. 3, 1914. ROYAL MOTHERHOOD. C all n ot life unburden, Mother, S ig h not fo r unbounded w ea lth ■ W h ile your household is unbroken W h ile your children are in health. R ock your baby in it's cradle, S o ftly sin g it's lullaby, //For such Jew els c h ild le ss m atrons Of^en in th eir a n g u ish cry*9 ^ O nce, ju st once, to be called \"Mother,” O nce to fee l the little arm s C lasped in tender love about them, ■ T h ey w ou ld brave the w o r s t. alarm s. T h ey w ould forego sh ow und splendor, M azy dance and num bers s w e e t D id th eir sile n t halls but echo T o the sound of baby feet. T h ink, too, o f the m others w eep in g O ver little graves s till green G raves th a t on the plain and h illsid e, H a v e so little space b etw een .,, . N e v e r y e t did a r tist fingers,' P a in t a fairer scen e • than th is Good w iv es w ith their little -c h ild r en . W aiting' for the prom ised k iss. : Call n ot life a burden. M...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

And & Separation and a - Reunion, By AGNES G. BROGAN' \\ r Philippa and Richard had been sweethearts for bo long thgt ho one Could remember when the “little god” first claimed them for his own- When Richard was still a boy in high school it was Philippa who settled upon his ^ntnro career, as a lawyer, and, having no father tb aid him in accomplishing this pprpose, Richard set about mak­ ing plans for its fulfillment Armed only with his high school diploma, he obtained a position as •country schoolteacher in a town which possessed the advantage of neatness to his ladylove. And as time passed the boy managed, with the aid of a friend­ ly old- solicitor, to begin a course of night law study. If Richard worked hard for love’s sake he was not alone In the sacrifice. -»Philippa, Who was young and good to look upon, might have had happier cavaliers than the one whole head bowed over lawbooks. But she laughed her admirers aside, spending her own evenings / drawing lifelike sketches o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

V A’!/!!/ /mftL / /jri /A:.1 T‘ FOR * T H I S VISIT * ONLY The Duplex Optical Co., of ^ K ^ p hce W ishes to Announce T h # Tfeeir Specialst and His A$§i§tnnt Will Be at FOR THIS VISIT ONLY --A.TSTX) Z E ^E Z R T X \"' in making this remarkable offer of $5.00 glasses for $1.00 a pair is simply to introduce these famous Duplex Lenses. Duplex Lenses have met \\vitji great success by thousands of people who are now. wearing them in all the leading cities of the United States, and are meeting with the same re­ sults wherever they are introduced. . One of 6L—Symblepbni-on^lAfter Mac^enzie4 p § « f f safe® jn |jQt an^ ' his assistants have ■—~t 7 --•t ’ T .! , ! had yfears of experience and you may rely on them absolutely.' We will be.pleased to examine all those who have eye1 trouble or wear glasses ABSOLUTELY FREE. We would suggest therefore that you call ori. them. ■■■ . : ■ '/ : •• : •. ■ • ■ '. ’/,. . ’... DUPLEX LENSES WILL ' POSITiyEJhY RELIEVE THE FOLLOWING . A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

ECEMBER 3 : 19i4i They .can be grown cheaply on 8jme grain’ and -tvaste .forage,. and,' seventl abrsem onV 'bf B on n’s K idney PIHb, a s th e euro J i-s b e c-n la stln g .” ! ~ f Rt. tylR dealers. Doli’fc-sim- ply ask for^ n : kidney’ reracjij’-—get Doan s Kidney I*ills-—the sajne that Mrs. Jianand hod. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.. Buffalo, N . Y. TESTED RECIPES. THE OBfcATEST X8 CHARITY. How o ft w e fo rg et - th a t a passing /'/■ w ord ■ ■ May be tlp t w ith fire fo r another’s heart ' - • : ■ T h at th e sneer or Jest w ith w hich we' p a rt f — M ay rankle an d ^ cu t like a -two-edged sword.- H ow often, too,' do w e Judge am iss, The m otives th a t guide our neighbor^, deeds, ’■scries How w illingly le t th e cursed seeds Of discord and a n g e r destroy our bliss. Oh! C harity, tru e and broad and deep, / Come into our lives and make us know T h at m otives m ay be as pure as snow, T hough actions ^make men and angels 5 weep. \" / •hundred dollars a year can he ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 3 December 1914

THE STURGEON J3A& vADVOCATfc., DECEMBER W m m m a iiS S S ' SMBER 3, 1914. \" ' . * ' ' ' , * . .k. pROM Satar3ay^ the 5th, to aria including Saturday, - the 12thj ‘ \" 'V we will sell a lot of 25c and 50c ^ •â–  . •â–  • • Four-in^Hand Ties for *, DOUBLE PROFIT-SHARING TICKETS SATURDAY COUNTY NEWS BAILEYS HARBOR. 3ilrs.' J f A . Wilson anti daughter, Miss A l i c e , left .Saturday-for a brief trip to Chicago. ■ ■• . Mrs. Jens- Jensen’ who has been on the sick list is much improved'at this writing. . Miss Kate Larsen of Ephraim has biieii spending the week as guest of Miss Esther Seiler. Mrs. Frank Smith and son Jerome, who have been visiting at Milwaukee, returned home Saturday. -Mrs. .Chas. Augustine of Sturgeon Bay spent the latter part of the week with her sister, Mrs. Carl Pruetcr. V . Rev. Fri Standish of Green Bay held'who are loofcingfor bargains' shoulde Polish services in the local Catholiq' s«r? a«d be on hand when the sale church, Sunday and Monday. ’ | 8 ar A...

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

BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK H E k S ng.Days to Christmas, f A W ORD TO TH E . / ■.. -...-—« - _ 1 .■ r - *.’ ■ - y 2 Publication Days to Christmas. VOL. 53 NO. 37 STURGEON BAY. WiS., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1914, MARINE NEWS f Steam er Tem pest Libeled. . T h e steam er Tem pest, 'which is in '■w inter-quarters a t th e shipyard, has been libeled fo rra coal bill b y th e P itts ­ bu rg Co.’, th e claim am ounting to abo ut $1,000. I t is understood th a t the. ves­ sel w ill be sold a t auction by th e U. S, m arshall around C hristm as to satisfy th e claim . C apt. Johnson “-’and Engineer B ert Rasch, owners of th e Tem pest, worked b ard to m ake som ething o u t of th e boat b u t th e tw o seasons w ere b ad ones in succession after.: th e y purchased the c r a ft and they have? lo st a ll th ey p u t in to her as well a s j s , couple of years’ tim e. T he T em pest w a s're b u ilt a t th e ship­ y a rd Of Rieboldt & W olter a t this po rt la s t w in ter an d is...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 December 1914

V I TH E STURGEON BAY A DV OCATE,DECEM BER Iff)'1914. ^ Sturgeon jBap abgocate P ublished E very Thursday a t Sturgeon , . . ’ Bay, V is. E ntered in the .Post-dice a t Sturgeon BajvjW is., as second-class m atter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: \"-One year . . . . . . . . . ................$1.60 ■ Six m onths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . —.75 ■ F o u r m onths ............ .. .50 Two m onths ...................... .25 Single Copies ______ .05 Two • dollars w ill be charged if not paid w ithin the year. 'DUDLEY S. LONG, Business M anager. Sturgeon B ajs W is., December 10, 1014. r EDITORIAL I Rem em ber th e .Red Cross stam ps. v Disease, in th e R ussian arm y th re a t ens to w ip e o ut those w ho escape th e 8hot.‘and shell of th e G erm an artillery. Probably i t is as easy a m anner -of shufflingOoff .th is ' m o rtal coil as being : •'b lo w n p artly to . pieces. • T h e -n ew s’ dispatches s ta te th a t K ing George, K aiser W ilhelm , Czar of R us­ sia and P residen...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 December 1914

• J ' - • * ' * * .______________ L ’ V , ' ' ' ’ ' ’ V - 4 h e a‘sT 0 «bEosr b A ir\"a d v o c a t e . a d v o c a t e . (D ecem b er io, 1914. \"*Sejy» ^STSSIDE ina^VIGINIfy Mrs. Kreitzeris M other D ^s. ' ’/Mra. Kiston Anderson, mother of, Mrs. A. J. Kreitzcr, parsed away on Tu,(^ day hlorning, a t 8:30, at. the ripe age of 89 years and 0 months. ■ ■ \" ■ The immediate cause of death was Bronchitis, with which the deceased had been afflicted for the past \"Couple of ■weeks. She had been confined to her bed only a sbort-’tjme and retained her mental faculties up to half an hour be­ fore she peacefully and painlessly pass cd away. ,f • Mrs. Anderson- was born on June 7, 1825, in Norway. In 1848 she came with her parents to this otfuntry, settling at .Port Washington, Here she was m ar­ ried to Mr. Andefson aind three chil­ dren were born to the couple, only one of w honi' survives, Mrs. Kreitzcr. In 1892 the family came to this county and settled in Hainesville, where ...

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 — 10 December 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER io, IS14. v'/ - only another widened of wliait scienti­ fic farming will accomplish,. Mjs. Joseph' Zettel was pleasantly surprised ' oh Wednesday ^afternoon when, u. number of ]jcr lady friends from the city 'paid her a visit in a body and spent the afternoon and evening. The occasion was the 73d birthday anniver­ sary of Mas.. Zettpl, and she was the recipient of many wishes for a hirjipy return of the day. , . \"While we have' no objections to- the correspondent of your paper crediting Mr. Parkinson with being a resident of tills town, strong exceptions are taken to the assertion .-made that the thieves arc among our most highly respected society. This has had a tendency to lower the ystimate of the outside world of tho town that has the world’s great- es cherry orchard and tve trust chat when tlu readers peruse this humble , IU\\ J | item they will forget to remember what,, intends to spend more of nisi.. , , . , . , ,, . 1 i they rend last w...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 December 1914

\"*& THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 10, 1914. 7 i » $ A «w«sr\",rn cave kN Christmas eve, Ted Bev- erly received this letter from Amy Saunders—the one girl in the world, as far as Ted was concerned: “Dear . Ted: , If you can manage to ®come on to York for Christmas and the courage, to break .the news to brother Bob, all right. I haven’t even been able to explain that w e are engaged, much less that we 'were about to be married, but as long a s Meg and Bob really like you’they can’t object. Come in the morning if you can manage, and stop on your way from the station and ask old Doctor Good to drop in for the great event in the afternoon—that will he better than going to his house. I tried ■to explain to Meg, but you know how excitable she is, and with Christmas” coming, and the children's presents, and getting a fake Santa Claus for them, she just hasn’t tim e to listen, and brother Sob is „ such a tease I haven’t the nerve to tell him.” “Great hat!” gasped Ted, jumpin...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 December 1914

THE STURGEON BAY'1 ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 10, 1914 [ PERSONALS Joseph Belanger has been laid up for * week or more past on account., of an attack of illness: f Miss Nora Keogh returned home Suh- : day from Chicago, where she lias been teaching. t Alfred Virlee lias been confined to his home and bed for the past -week or'so with an attack of stomach trouble. 'Mike Simon of Green Bay wife a vis-* -itor here on Mondny for a brief time, having come down on business. 7 . Mrs. Laura Hahn arrived her.o within the week-from California and will spend several weeks visiting relatives .rand triends. . j : Mrs. Boss Foxworthy and two chil­ dren of Daggett, Mich., are visiting : at the home of their mother and grand­ mother, Mrs. Paul Rpse. Miss Blanche Suthers returned home, Monday from Mineral Point, Wi where she haid been visiting at lier/bld htfme for the past five\" weeks. : M rs/jV H. Hitchcock has been con­ fined to her home and bed for/the‘past several days with ah a ttack /if illness, bu...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 December 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ARYOCATE, DECEMBER .10, 1914. Letters Unclaimed.1—Following\" is the advertised letter - list: Mrs. Will H. JMa- Bon,- Herman Schrenrocfc. v Board of Education.—A regular meet­ ing' of. the board of eduction was held _ on Monday evening at which th erou - tine: business was transacted, consist­ ing of the Jillowance of claims, etc. Small Fish.—The water in the Vicin­ ity of the docks in this bay is liter-' * ally alive with small minnows, which are said to be herring fry. They are so thick that it looks as though there was a solid mass' of fish. Buys Residence.—Eliphlet Martin the first of the week purchased the Jane. Stephenson residence in the First ward, the deal having been made through the R. Noelck agency. Richard Hodges has purchased the Ole B. Olson dwelling bn the bay shore in the Third ward. Immaculate Conception. — Services were held in all the Caitholic churches on Tuesday,- which was a .religious hol­ iday, being ike celebration of the Feast of the ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 December 1914

• THE STURGEON BAY sADVOCATE, DECEMBER: 10 *914. ’ c f h ' j i . . . WHEKEvrn we ao. : W ' . W h e r e v e r W e g o o n t h i s e a r t h b e lo w ■* T r o u b le a n d e a r e p u r s u e u s — A w o r r y i n g 'th r o n g . t h a t h u r r y a l o n g » O n p u r p o s e to i n te r v ie w u s . T h o u g h a t ..v s t w o s t a r t w itte . h o p e in t h e h e a r t . • S o m e r o b b e r w e 'll u x eet a t a t u r n o f • th e s t r e e t . .. ^ O u r p u r s e o r i t s s o l d t o lig h te n . W h e r e v e r w o g o th e re , a r e s o u n d s o f ' WOOt— T h e s t r o n g w i t h tiro wvctSt o o a te n d i n s . . . . . . - . - G aY w e n d in g ,, b e l l s • o ttd S U fterol S m e lts W ith th e m u r m u r o f ‘ v e to e s b le n d * , i n s .' ■ ' . . W h e r e v e r w e g v \\ b e , U h isfe o r lo w . O v e r t h e h i l l o r th e tro llo w . T h o u g h j o y b e g u ile f o r a l i t t l e w h ile* M i s f o r t u n e w ill s u r e ly f o llo w . T h o r n...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 10 December 1914

~ „' ^ ^ ' • Â¥ h E STURGEON BAT ABVOCATE. DE DECEMBER 10/1914, ■•'•A ' / *”■\"' \\ FINDING TH E SPO T. The house is wrapped in ^d&rkncD3,u3j.~ ... while upon the brilliant staged/lie hero - hunts the villain with a line .and noble F A V O R I T E old Christmas sport, which Is still pla.vetl frequently by persons of Eng-- lisli descent,’is that known as snapdragon. A quantity of raisins-Is deposited in a broad, shallow bowl and brandy or solne other spirits poured ■over the fruit and Ignited. The bystanders endeavor by turnfl to , grasp a raisin, plunging their hands through the Uames. this requiring both courage and rapidity of action. While ——the sport is going ou the lights are ex-, ' tinguished that the lurid glare p f the. ^ - burning spirits may produce the weird 's \\e s t ppssibie effect \\In this amusement some persons . toaV,» traced the remains of the druidic •crdedisby Bre. While the game is on the following lines are chanted: Here he comes with' flaming t)oWl...

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

, * ' , ■ - =- ' . 't h e STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, DEC^MBElj! 1Q,*I914, - \" : - - ' ' - . - . —V— —‘rd: '• * ' * - S ® S® :— t h :•:■* 00 d THIS THIS VISIT V I S I T ONLY ONLY The Duplex Optical Co., of Milwaukee W ishes to Announce That Theif - Specialst aijd His Assistant Will Be at E V l ^ : 3STOTETY ID-A/STS J B:mT?.-pn A TPT-Tm? DIID flD IEPT in mahing this' remarkahle UUll UDJtill I offer of $5.00 glasses ^for $1.00 a pair is simply to-jntroduce these famous' Duplex Lenses1. Duplex Lenses have met with ’ great success by thdusands of people who are now wearing them in all the leading cities of the United States, and are meeting with the'same re­ sults wherever they are introduced. REMEMBERT h at the above offer of $5.0 0 Eye G lasses for $1.00. a p air is for this v isit Only. Regular prices will prevail after our first v isit Jo Sturgeon Bay. Our Specialist and his assistants* have had years of experience and you may rely on them absolutely. We will be pleased to examin...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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