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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 April 1920

POOB OOPHTY ADVOCATE, STURflBOS BAY, W I8, AFWL 30, 1920. C« AND TREES 2 YEAR STOCK StoBiFtNlsIi. Y ***,. 1 QUICK—S UP PLY SHORT T Call or write I O.C. JUNGE ? ♦ R. R. 1. MARBLE*! YARN I ^gsscflnj ), unfinished, inside floors catch dirt, holding it in cracks and crevices. UseDEVOE MARBLE FLOOR VARNISH and secure a smooth surface, dirt cannot penetrate. Won't scratch white and is easily cleaned FULLER GOODMAN CO ■. ’ ■..'■• Sawyer, Wis. FULLER GOODMAN CO. Foreetville, Wis. —tor Uncle and Father A good suit, well made, at an honest price, invariably proves an economy in the. long run. That’s one way to stop the H. C. L. leaks. kuppenheim er GOOD CLOTHES These fine clothes are an investment*— not only because they are sincere in quality of materials and tailoring and wear long—but they are an investment in “ good appearance.” They have right, style—sane fashion in good taste. They ap­ peal to*men who have a seasoned attitude towards liv­ ing, Every style American. Clothes fo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 April 1920

Kj.'Vff1- S', D ooB jO O pyra A D vooijra, st u r g e o n B jf , w m u a p r il a s, ipg» Dentifrice? Y OU use a dentifrice to keep your teeth white—to give health'to the gums, and cleanliness and comfort to the mouth. ■ Dentists shy thi3 is all any dentifrice can safety do. ..And this is what Klenzo Dental _ Creme accomplishes perfectly: The denti­ frice famous for its lingering Cool, Clean, - Rlenxo Feeling. Get a tube today. $ Drug Store, Sturgeon WoerfeTs Drug Store, Sawyer * | warning I All owners of motor vehicles must have license for . t. year 1920 by May 5th or prosecutions will follow. «► The law requires that you must have two lights capable of distinguishing an object Two Hundred Feet (200) away. A DOMESTIC ' LESSON By JESSIE E. SHERWIN must have two lights burning after dark. Considerable complaint was made to my office last year and several accidents nearly occurred by reason, of persons driving their car after dark with no lights. This practice must cease and i...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 May 1920

l A m B E B T C m C P Ix A T IO a , ' CM N O S T H B A IT B B H W lflC O B in STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. CHERRY LAND MpVIES IN ' - AnVO CAT E BR IN G S tT g A D V E H T IB ER 3 GOOD H E I t l l k Joseph Wolter To Head New Shipyard SMITH TO ADD DRYDOCKS Old Vermillion To Be Converted Into Drydock For Smith Yard, v. Third Shipyard. Backed By Men Who Have Vessel In­ terests On Lakes Joseph W olter, of th e form er Rie- boldt & W olter com pany w hich sold th e shipyard h e re to th e U niversal S hipbuilding com pany a eoupfe of years ago, is to head a th ird shipyard in d u stry in th is city and w ork on th e new g ian t w ill s ta rt a t once. A ssociated w ith Mr. W olter in the new project' are a num ber of m en w ho are identified w ith th e shipping indusfafy of th e lakes, ow ners of ships w hoi w an t a place to w inter th e ir cra ft w here th ey can be docked and repaired . A nnouncem ent has also been m ade by L eathern D Sm ith th a t th e Sm ith shipyar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 May 1920

po o r county a d vocatr, sturubq n b a i , w b , m ay t, loao M -V . SCHUMANN TO REMAIN HERE Oongrc^ations of Lutheran Churches Unanimously Opposed To His Leaving Rev. P. Schumann will remain pas- ■tor of the Germnrr Lutheran congre­ gations in this district. At a union ^business meeting of the congregations •of the Lutheran churches of Sawyer, Nasewaupee and Sevastopol held Sun- •day it was decided that he would re­ m ain here. Rev. Schumann had a call from ■the church at Two Rivers which ■would have meant many advantages lie will not enjoy here. The congre- Tgation there numbers 400 families an d is one of the m ost desirable •churches in this section of the state. A t the meeting Sunday which follow- «©d the regular services Rev. Schu­ m ann presented the call which he had ^received and . read several letters w hich he had received urging his ac- •ceptance. He said he would leave 'the entire m atter to the congrega- Hlons here. The church was packed, every seat tbeing...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 May 1920

' • ' *v i j 11 ‘ -■ p o o r o p p h t t a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , « p , m a t 7, TOO Death only a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and. aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by : taking COLD MEDAL County News. The world’s standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles—the National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Guaranteed. Three sizes, alf druggists, loo k for Che name Gold Medal on ovety box ' end accept bo imitation w h at EMU. H i XHPB'B DRUG BXOBS to paint s* M cflUtomoblle 'Toke this book home, Colls Winthrep' Wist 1 Then coat your car IVith Kganite. “ Tiiianitoi You can make your old car look aa brilliant and gloiiy at a this year’# model. A few hourt of your tpare time and no great cxpente it involved if you ute m m zB MOTOR CAR ENAMELS I Eaty to apply, thete high j grade enamel# come in eight Eanditome colon in addition to Black end White. Paint and varnith the car in one operation and dry quickly with a ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 May 1920

POOH OOPKTY ADVOCATE. BOTMMKMf M A I, WM* MAY 7VJLOOQ LOCALS \\ V \" ' £ ---- ------- -------------. ----- .. .. ., .^ . ■ ii .,. —--,- Meet Friday—Tho last meeting • f the Woman’s Club until next fall trill be held this afternoon. Manlage Licenses—Louisa Ra- bach city, and Walter Brada, Mil­ waukee Ella Schultz, Baileys Har­ bor, Martin Kust of Ephraim. Going To More—Mrs. Claytpn Graf Is packing her household furni tkre preparatory to moving to Mil­ waukee, where Mr. Graef is noW e:m ployed. Church Supper—The Ladies Aid of the Congregational church will give a supper in the church parlors next .week Thursday, May 13. All are welcome. W. C. T. U.—The W. C. T. U. will meet wth Mrs.'■C. B Packard next Tuesday afternoon Miss Margaret Reynolds will give a talk on some popular subject. Announcement has been received here of the birth of Brice Arthur to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peters, April 28 at Antigo. Mrs. Peters was for­ merly Miss Eleanor Fellner, May Ball—John Aelears advertisÂ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 May 1920

P E R SQ E A X M E W IO N II • . ... ar»www»-^rr •â– /■■■..» • ^ MEWfiY NOTE* CONOERNINa PEOPLE YOU ENOW Miss Mercy Greisen is home from Chicago for a visit. \"Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Goff left Satur­ day for Madison for a few. days' visit. Mrs. C a rl. Dreutzer has, been here from Green Bay several days this week.. ^ ■ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bastar of For- estville were visitors in the city last Friday. ~ Ferdinand Babler and family of Maplewood were motorists in the city Monday. ^Attorney Grover’ M. Stapleton left Wednesday for . his old home in Rhinelander for a few days’ visit. Mrs. Rudolph H eirboldt and Mrs. A. E. Dufenhorst returned : from Milwaukee Friday, having made the trip south by automobile. W estern Union Operator Anna Co- lomb is taking a month’s vacation and George V. O’Connel'Of Plymouth is incharge of the local office. Olaf J. Nelson of Ellison Bay was In the city Saturday on business. Mr. Nelson, who sailed for a number of years, has given up the life of a sai...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 May 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, S T P W f t a d y 't o f WUk MAY 7,1 0 8 0 m m marine JNews RAISE GIVEN LAKE MEN ALL Xiakc Carriers Association Adopts New W age Scliednle F or Opening Season At a meeting of the Lake Carriers Association at Cleveland a schedule Of wages for the opening of the sea­ son was adopted. The new, scale which is the highest ever paid, calls lo r a general advance, in - some amounting to 30 percent. The able seamen, firemen, oilers, and water- tenders who were paid $100 a month last season will receive $130 per month. A bonus of $5 a month will be paid to all unlicensed men who fit out a vessel, remain on hoard all season and lay her up. The old po- ■ sitions of wheelsman and watchman jare abolished, as the certificate of in­ spection does not call for them. The new schedule follows: Chief Cooks— Per Mo. Vessels over 4000 gr. tons. .$160.00 Vessels under 4000 gr. tons 145.00 Boatswains ............................. 140.00 Deck engineers....................... 140.0...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 May 1920

L o t S B lk 6 SMUGGLERS a l F l a t TAXNOTICE S tu rg e o n B a y ,'W is . . A p ril 23, 1920. N o tic e is h e re b y g iv e n ’ t h a t In a c c o r d ­ a n c e w ith th e s ta t u te s in s u c h c a se s m a d e a n d p ro v id e d , .th e h e r e in a f te r f o l­ lo w in g d e s c rib e d t r a c ts a n d p a rc e ls o f l a n d a re . a s ta te m e n t o f th e la n d s u p o n w h i c h ''t a x e s h a v e b e e n r e t u r n e d d e ­ lin q u e n t f o r th e ta x o f 1919, a n d w h ic h s ti ll r e m a in u n p a id . A n d so m u c h o f t h e fo llo w in g d e s c rib e d t r a c ts a n d p a r ­ c e ls o f la n d d e s c r ib e d .in s a id s ta te m e n t a s m a y b e n e c e s s a ry th e r e fo r e , w ill o n . th e se c o n d T u e s d a y o f J u n e n e x t a n d t h e s u c c e e d in g d a y s b e so ld a t p u b lic a u c tio n b y t h e c o u n ty t r e a s u r e r o f s a id c o u n ty , a t h is office in th e c o u rt h o u se , in th e c ity o f S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 May 1920

v * POOR OOPKTI ^To' Beautify Highways : ^County Planning Committee Lays ■' \"Oat General Program «f Work ■ At Recent Meeting ,‘The Door County Rural Planning committee, organized according to recent state laws, held a meeting at ihe court house Monday a t whjch a -general program of work was laid ,ojjt. Among the first mattors to be taKen up by the committee will bo th e beautifying of the highways of ■the county. There are laws on the statutes requiring that weeds and rubbish be removed from roadways ■anti the county committee will work 'toward having this accomplished. It is planned that considerable of tjie work can be done by the county patrolmen. Another plan endorsed bS’ the state is the planting of trees * along the highways\". While the work of the committee -is-ziot expected to be evident to the casufil observer at once the effect of \"their work will be noticeable in years to come. The committee is organized •according to law and the law strictly states what work...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 May 1920

VOLUME :■■ 59 / Historical Rooms MADISON WIS num ber s. STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE-—-CONSOLIDATED -ftOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT LA RG EST O IB C V U T IO II M NOHTHHA8TEHN W 1SC O R 80 S TU R G K O JV B A Y , W IS ., F R ID A Y . M A Y 1 4 , 1 9 ^ 0 . TffF/ ADVOCATE BHIJtGS ITS A IlV B tT lS E B s GOOD R B lC ig i 75 NURSES COMING HEREIN JULY W. A. Gauerke Attacked By Equity News RETRACTION IS REQUESTED County President of Equity Called Traitor To Cause Because of Action In Helping Form the Newly Organized Door County Produce Co. William Gauerke, president of the Door County Equity, has been as­ sailed as a traitor to the cause of Equity by the Equity News, the of­ ficial state newspaper of the A. S. of E. and it is jyiderstood that re- traition of the statement has been requested. The News is opposing Mr. Gauerke because of his action in being one of the local Equity men who formed the Door County Produce company, a ^cooperative s association recently in­ corporated In this county. In a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 May 1920

POOB OOUKTT A P VOCAM j, STTTBGBON B A T. WUL. M AT *4, 1M 0. Sawyer Ne' EVANGELIST HERE IN JUNE Ito T . Johnson o f M aiae XV) H old M eetings F o r Two W eeks l a B ig T ent, C apacity F o r 1090 People .ty.'T . Johnson from G ardner, Me., n th o has been doing extensive evan- fgettstic w ork both in the B ast and tth e 'W e st, w ill begin a series of te n t rzneetixigs in Sawyer th e first p a rt of ..'Jane. (Rev. Johnson comes h e re highly rrecom m ended by m en w ith whom he I has'•been w orking in th is capacity. iS e 'is a direct descendant from th e IH pgenots and was born in Donglas, !.Mass.,.eome seventy years ago. H is rparen ts being poor, he was obliged ifio'face th e b attles of life a t an early ?age. 'W h en only a lad of sixteen he cran aw ay from hom e to becom e sc fsoldier, b u t being too sm all to carry va g s n 'h e w as m ade a serv an t boy: to a l nontenant. 'W hile ‘s till a young m an h e dedi­ c a t e d h is life to th e service o f God .-and soon beg...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 May 1920

*DLD CLOTH silvertone T1NSELTONE VELOURS DOUVE0ELANE gaberdine YHERETTE 6HAMOISETTE 6AMEL HAIR • • ',V \\ Entire Stock Included ait You wiH find tbe original selling price ticket on each garment from which you can your Own savings. All $10 Spring Hats ^ ALL SUITS AT On Sale at $6.98 1THE STORE THAT Yam 20% REDUCTION Sister Bay Chas. Kellstrum: had a telephone put in his house, last week. Sam Erixsoia autoed to Sturgeon- Bay laSt Friday on a business trip. • Miss Helen Larson visited with her sister at Sevastapol last Sunday. ■ The W. C. T. U. meet at the home of Mrs. Reinart Larson Tuesday, May 11th. MrB. Ed. Newman from Ellison Bay visited with her sister, Mrs. Christ AnderBon, last Sunday. Hilton Hedeen, who recently pur- chsed a shore lot from Nicholi .Pauly, ip having a fine residence erected. Mr. and M rs. Alfred PeterBon fend children visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kellstrum last Sun­ day. Qlenna Hilander and Hilma Bex- strom ,are the guests of Miss Ethel Cornell...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 May 1920

■&W 5) oooa oownnr j g r o t ^ * » b m m o » m i , - w » ^ m a y LOCALS Twins—Twin babies arrived at tbe Kome of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tron eon Monday. ‘ A Showen—A miscellaneous show- « t was given Miss Sylvia Chapman Tuesday evening by a number of her lady friends. W eather Still Cold—Northerly and easterly winds have prevailed JdUripg the past week and aitho the weather has been fair it has continued yery cool. Some Boy— A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Johii C. Acker Saturday evening, May S. Mother and the boy are doing fine. “Baldy” has been \"buying the cigars and ice cream sodas on Young Baldy. Bnry Their Baby—The week-old child of Mr. and Mrs. William Aus­ tin died Friday night and funeral ‘services were held Monday after­ noon, Rev. E . F. Helmlch officiating. Burial was made in Bayside. Baseball Tomorrow — Manitowoc and Sturgeon Bay high school teams will play the first game of the sea­ son on the athletic field tomorrow afternoon at 3 o’clock. The local team def...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 May 1920

POOlfr.OPtfliCT Wia. MAT 14. ISM. t - ’ y ttif si ■■ 111 lissi i mwim*i »www( H i y w Ip e r SOn a l m e n t io n ■ - - - - -'■•â– â–  - \"■ ■* ■■ -., ' NEWSY NOTES OONOEBNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW * .. o u t j n g s h ^ ^ - CHILDREN Joe Guelsdorf of Jacksonport was a business visitor in the city Monday. Matt Perry was in the city W ed­ nesday evening transacting business. L. D. Sm ith-and F rank Behringer returned Monday from a business trip to Sheboygan. William A. Gauerke and family motored to Sheboygan Monday in their new Case car. . / Mrs. .Fred Kuehl returned Tues­ day evening from a week’s visit with V relatives at Kewaunee. a^ss Phyllis W right has returned to Minneapolis after an extended visit at her home here. ■ Mrs. John Perry and.Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Miller autoed to Green Bay Wednesday on a pleasure trip. Richard Baxter of U. S. Relief lightvessel, is spending a few days in the city visiting at his old home. [ Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nelson, who had been spend...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 May 1920

us* ntze SAYS NTHROfi MAHOGANY -ft' -. v . . . - ■-. - ■ ■ \" .■ Beautify Yuur Home Your floor*, furniture, wood­ work/can ie finuhed quickly, easily and kttractivclyif you use FLOOR FINISH Especially made to resist the scuff and tread of grinding heels on floors, it is for that very rea­ son,the best finish for FURNITURE and A IL WOODWORK £ither the clear varuish’or eight • * besntifal colors from Light Oafc to Dark Mahogany. Come in—let ua •how you what K vania will do. Halstead-Maples Hdw. Co. EXCESSIVE ACIDITY is at the bottom of most digestive ills. for indigestion afford pleas­ ing and prompt relief from ^the distress of acid-dyspepsia. MADE BY SCOTT & BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT S EMULSION 1S-8A County If you want a M O N U M E N T or cemetery work for Decoration Day, place your order now. |M . J . P iv o n k a Sturgeon Bay, Wis. * Baileys, Harbor Dr. Eam es of Egg H arb o r m ade a professional trip hero Monday. Uncle A ugust R ieboldt spent a few hours of Monday a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 May 1920

BOOK OOCTTY ADVOCATK. SWJBGBON BAT. WK* MAY 14,1920. RealRelateButtetin ForSaie No. 41—^120 A. clay loam, 80 cult., 40 brush and wood 3% m. from village 6 mi. from Algoma, 1% mi. to school 1 ml. to cheesfe factory on con- densery route brick house, frame barna, stables, granary, machine shed, hog-pen, etc 3 horses, 10 cows, 3 heifers,' 1 bull 5 calves, pigs, chickens, turkeys,. geese, machinery and implement tools, teed^ seed, wood, etc. No. 85—80 A, all level, 42 cult., 38 wood 4% mi. , frbm good village, % ml. to cheese factory 1 % mi. to school will trade oh house. • No. 14-—30 A, clay loam, 25 cult., 5 wood located :in City of Algoma frame house, barns, stables,, hog-pen, hen-house, etc. 2-horses, 5 cows, chick­ ens, machinery, tools, feed, seed-grain, wood,* etc. Price is right. ’ No. 22—80 A, clay loam, 55 cult., 20 acres wood 2% ml. and 4 mi. to two good villages % mi. to school, 2 mi. to church frame house, barns, stables granary, machine shed, hogpen, hen- house, etc. 2 ho...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 May 1920

13r. Simon Flexner Proposes Combating Dread ,D isease a t its Origin. ttlv'.v-,' - ' - ' - . •--\"■'■ItosE DOOR OOUHTY ADVOO . SsgSSg drawn from the gobgrapblc movements of Influeuza’ epidemics. In Bnsterp Russia and Turkestan, Influenza spreads with the pace of a caravan. In Europe and America with the speed of an express train, and In the world at large with the rapidity of an ocean liner and if one project forward the outcome of the means of Intercom­ munication of the near future, we may predict that the next pnndemic, should one arise, will extend with the swift­ ness of an airship. 'Moreover, not only Is this rate of fMany Recorded Epidemics Shown to Have Emanated From That Area —Disease Claims More Victims Than European War, New York.—According to Dr. Simon SFlexner, Director of . Laboratories of '“the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, further recurrences of the tinflueqza epidemic can be prevented «only by wiping, out the disease at Its •source. In a recent'...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 May 1920

','* ■/•*E»HBi-— STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DOORCOUNTY DEMOCRAT L A B O B ST C IR C T nbA T lO II U* K OHTHBASTKSRH W U C O K lin STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920. ITS Naticli! Guard To Be •â– \"■ Organized Here WANT INFANTRY COMPANY Men' Who Enlist To Select Wheth­ er Ontflt Be Infantry pr a , Track Company-—AttlMRney Stapleton To Be In Coni- i mand of Outfit Organization- of a National Guard ..company for. Sturgeon Bay has been started and is goln^ to be put thru in tim e for the members to attend th e summer encampment at Camp Doukla8*the-middle of August. Lt. Col. Byron Beveridge, W iscon­ sin National Guard veteran o f three -wars, was in the city W ednesday and started off the work of organization. •Col. Beveridge was adjutant of the 127th Infantry during th e late war • and later w as in command of the T h ird B attalion of th a t regim ent. H e wan tw ice wounded. ' • ^Attorney Grover Stapleton, former ^pp-sergeant of old Company F who returned here a ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 May 1920

1 «■«!—■ - ■•'• ■ -- maw m o . uaw.au . au. ' - 1 . .v . .. . . . d o o b oophty a d vooatb. storgbon s i r , w u H iY 2 i, iM ». Sawyer DEATH TAKES JOHN SIMON OF SAWYER S a d Been III For Three Years From Cancer of Stomach. Funeral Held Tuesday John Simon, prominent resident ■of Sawyer and a resident of the «cpunty for 40 years, passed away at •4 o’clock Sunday mornlUg surround­ e d by the members of his family, all -the children being present at the ^bedside. Mr. Simon had been 41L for three yearsj his affliction being cancer of ■the stomach. For more than six rmonths lie had been confined to his VbeiL His condition was such that . 4he end had been expected at any itime. during the last three months. Deceased was born in Washington .county October 12, 1851. Upon his -marriage in 1879, to Miss Barbara Kessler, he lived in Oshkosh a cou- ■ple of years and then came to Door ^county locating in the town of Nase- 'waupee and opening up the first rbrick yard ever star...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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