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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 July 1920

DOOBOOCTTT APVOCATM. g W M j W B i l . W »~ JULY 9 HHK). /&/* President- S/lffce President: JAMES M. COX. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. 60V. COX NAMED BY DEMOCRATS AS THEIR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENCY I S ■ , ^ . Selection Is Made After Eight Days of Most Sfrenuous Political Battling—Second Place Goes to Franklin D. Roosevelt By WRIGHT A. PATTERSON. '■v*-'-' For President: -V JAMES M. COX, of Ohio, v . For \\Vice President: F. D. ROOSEVELT, of New York. Convention Hall, San Francisco, July 6.—After eight days of the most strenouous political battling any party I h as seen In many years, the Demo- Jcratlc gathering ,at 2:45 Tuesday : morning of the second week named James M. Cox of Ohio for president, i and on Tuesday afternoon named j Franklin D. Roosevelt for vice presi- jdent. ■ The nomination of Governor Cox j was j made on the forty-fourth ballot, jand after a nigbt of the most intense : excitement. • I r Beginning of Break. ! When the convention convened on {Monday mornlug, after...

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 — 9 July 1920

- 7”,7 . T o r n a d o , ,H Mr. arid Mrs. Otto |Car^^Z of Spr \"vastopol Bpent Sunday among rel­ atives here. •â– â– â– . Miss Eva Moore and Bernardino Hitt of Sturgeon Bay spent several diays last week visiting their grand­ m other, Mrs. Otto Riemer. Rpbt. Pennock Is enlarging his dairy barn, having put up an addi­ tion?, to It on Saturday. The annex will be fitted with steel calf pens later.# ■ ' ' v / The Silver Creek Dairy ceasied-op- erallpg its cheese factory on Wednes­ day, the majority of the patrons go­ in g oyer to the condensery. The fac­ tory had been running since April first. Emil Wiese, accompanied by his sister, Miss Elsie and Herman Jost, ruitoed to Sister Bay on Monday and .Visited Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Struck, form er cheesemaker of the local factory. Jos. Vogel, Jr. drove up from Mil­ waukee In his Ford Saturday to spend th e Fourth of July here, returning To the Cream city on Tuesday. He was accompanied by Miss Josephtrie Faken of Milwaukee. At the annual s...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 July 1920

• x im a E p i^ i^ ^ ^ o o A T ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ n u T E D . __ fc&HGEST OnODUTIOH^ ■■ W WORTH EASTERN mSCOHgDI:', DOOR COtJNTY DEMOCSAT 8TURGBOA BAV. WIS.. FRIDA V. JULY 16, 1920. i r 11 ■ t '•7’ START PICKING- MPNDAY .Quality of Early Richmonds Best Ever-^lamiery.. Equipped To . Handle Crop Without Hitch. AccommodationsForPick- : . ere Vary Good. .\" Early Richm ondsthis year are the finest quality ever handled by the F ru it Growers Union. Rains and cold weather held .back the ripening of the fruit until it is hard, plump and juicy. And the late cherries are igoing to be as big as plums. It is going to be the big year for Door county fruits. t Strawberries are finished for this year and the crop was larger than ex­ pected. The Union handled 9,800 cases besides 500 cases taken on the local m arket and heavyrexpress ship­ ments. The crop this year was heavi­ e r than* at any time since 1913. ’ In the following table Is shown the total num ber of cases of straw­ berries and ch...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 July 1920

d o o b o o o t t t a d t o m * * Sawyer h u i i i h w m I K I M W W tnniiiM iw w Thomson Friday and Saturday Shortenings 11 Vegetable Shortering, lb.. 25c !! Snowdrift, can ......... 35c j ['Pare Lard, lb. . . . . . t. .28o Co £ f ee s i. .'...45c .....4 5 c . . . . . 42c !! Turkey, lb...... Bell, l b . . . . . . . . ! Breakfast Blend !! Soaps & Cleansers ! ' Lighthouse Cleanser. .6 for 25c | Lux, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 for 25o • White Borax Naptha, b ar.. 7c - C a n n e d G o o d s Sylvan Brand Peas,. .2 for 35c | Bee Brand.. . . . . . . . .2 for 25c Brown‘Beauty Baked Beans 2 for 35c C e r e a l s Puffed Rice..'....'... .2 for 35c j Puffed Wheat ... .2 for 35c Armour’s Oats. . . . . . . v . . 2 8 c J Quaker Oats, largte.,.. . . . . ,32c! Delivery Service T H E S T O R E T H A T S A V E S YO U M O N E Y Passed Away Saturday At Her, Home In Sawyer—Funeral Held Tuesday Morning, . Mrs. Andrew Tliorson pasSeS away last Saturday and was burled from Corpus Christ! Catholic...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 July 1920

w n n w m m a t W ' W W tn t u l y i « . i k » . [(Mficlal PtiblicitiofiJ JttJPORT.OF TH E CONPITION O ? T H E County News. BANK STURGEON 1 located a t Sturgeon Bay, S tate of Wisconsin, a t the cloao of business on th e 80tb day of June,. 1920, pursuant to call by the Commissioner of Banking: R E S O U R C E S $ 1,392,182^72 7,5*1.91 ZiOans and discounts, including rediscounts—Leas rediscounts Overdrafts : U nited States 'Securities owned. Btock ln Federal/Reserve Bank- O ther stocks and securities— O ther bonds / Banking houBes F urniture and fixtures__ O ther real estate owned- Due from approved reserve hanks. Due from Federal Reserve hank-— - Due: from: other hanks. Checks on other hanks in process of collection- Cash item s __— — - -- :—:—I—:— — . ... Cash on h a n d . E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g h o u se and ch e c k s on o th er b a n k s in s a n e p la ce ’ A p p roxim ate In terest ea rn ed b u t n o t co lle c te d - 'B an k ers a c c e p ta n c e s —:— _ _ —:-...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 July 1920

' v . : • o f - v a t c # State of W iscbnsln, County Court t o | P.oqfc Cohnty:-—In Probate* : r # Notifcels hereby1 felvSn? m a tA t'a Spe^ WUf'Mi » W H M f A cU* Term ^£ 4ii© .County Court..tq *j| LOCALS Baby Girl— A baby daughter ar­ rived a t'th e home ot Mr. and A .b. » Charles Lavassor Wednesday m im ­ ing. T reasm cr Rcstgns-~R'otiert Schu- • m acher has ieBign^.'.a^/jbre^'ii^ • th e town of Nasewaupee, .aj)d, Phillip Man has been appointed- 40 fllli the vacancy. : ,*' • Accepts Call—Rev. 'b a rre n ' of\" Chicago, who occupied the pulpit at Hope Congregational Church several weeks ago, has accepted ta b ‘ta ll herd ■ and will be here Sunday, Aug’. 1. To Refinish Alleys— Steri Strad- llng will have a crew of men here next week from the manufacturers to overhaul the bowling alleys at his billard hall. The alleys are to be p at in first class shape. Hotel Addition Completed— The large addition to the “Pines Hotel’’ at Idlewild is about completed r.ad . Mr. : Iaines wil...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 July 1920

poem oopynr m i , t o , im i n, isao. fpERSONAi...MEHTiop JraW SY N O T M C O N O E R N I 1 m M ! . Mrs. James Tufts-is here on a visit With friends aiul relatives at-her old home. .'■' *'■ ' Mr. and Mm. Chas Lain, of Chi- ' cago are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. PllNebel : . Mrs. N. McCullen and io n of Mil­ waukee arrived here Wednesday for a visit at the Liehscher home. . Jdr, and Mrs. John Dunljap and children, of Menominee, have been : the guests of relatives in the city this week. Jdr. and Mrs. James Lahey and daughter Helen returned, to their home in Marinette after spending the week with Mtb. R. P. Cody. Mrs. Louis Liebscher is in the East on an extended visit with friends and relatives~and' has recently been at Newark, N. J., and Washington. Mrs'. James ' Tufts of Sheboygan was a guest of her'daughter, Mrs. Prank Behringer, .and other relatives -and friends in the city during ' the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Downey of Milwaukee are visiting the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 July 1920

Advocate j i l i u l l mi ths Poetofflo* * t Btw vara Bmr, W in. aa *ooondelua m atter. Published By 9m tw riy WtfsKng Company Incorporated. TilbT at BtnifMB Bay. Wla XL J. SANDERSON. Mgr. Manne Address all'communlcatlone to Door County Advocate. •riM wripUon Price, 02.00 p«r T eer. B « a t i | add*— th w w l . tt« «M (• irBu tttaewaUnM ikMdd tagbai STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 16 Administration Foe To Fafm w s. T hat the Wilson administration lias discouraged agricultural produc­ tion is the charge made by the Re­ publican Publicity Association in a etatem ent issued • through its presi­ dent, Hon. Jonathan Bourne, Jr.,: discusing that plank of the Republic­ an platform -which promises: \"An end to price fixing and 111- -considered efforts arbitrarily to re­ duce prices of farm products which invariably result to the disadvan- tag e of both the producer and con­ sum er.” \"As every farm er knows,” the statem ent continues, “practically ev­ ery move of the Wilson administra­...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 July 1920

POO* OOPBTT ADVOCATE, W P B O «(«XBAT. f a . a m * *6, 1020 - I - . - 11111II M i l m n m t l M M M I M H H M W ^ W H I I I 11 is a member ol the ] °fBANKS — Strongest ia The Federal Reserve System is a national system, by which all members are joined together for the protection of deposit­ ors and the development of our resources^ !! All member banks are examined regularly by represent- • atives of the Treasury Department at Washington, D. C. Our Depositors have National Protection. Put your money in pur bank, ’ ' BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BA SE. BRANCH A T 8AWTBB HENRY FETZER, President JOSEPH WOLTER, Vice-Pres. J. H. STEWART, Vice-Pres. R. O. KOEHN, Cashier J. C. WEITERMANN, Asst. Cashier B. J. KBITH, Manager, SAWYER BRANCH D I R E C T O R S , ' 1 Henry Fetzer, Joseph Wolter, Roger Eatongh, W, E. Wagener, \"Wm. Jess, Dr. A. J. Kreitzer, Ralph Jenqnln UR1TAN The Phonograph w ith the Clear, Clean-Cut Tone Nothing The Phencrniinal 0 e m ^ d fw Puritans Is Due t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 July 1920

^ {\\ \\ f * 1 . ■ • , i -• ■ ■ \" \" ' /A * 8 ! S S S ^ .. ■ , ':P ' . •• v ' • f‘-, - I ' , ' ' • „V .., M -s » ** $* i 1 f ■» r * * * 11 ^ i ^ *■ ' ^ ^ '■ . \" A - JIHY 16, 1W , *ViM ^ . '• *’ ' ' .- , , ■\"\"' ' i^ iX- '» :.' r ' j j i r f r ■V ff % on Y our Savings? If not, you are not getting the full returns on your investments, Times have changed. Commodities are higher labor is higher ' MONEY 13 HIGHER. The higher class securities, which yielded only 4%% to 6% before ' the great war, now yield 6%—with an before. greater margin of safety than H.' O. Stone & Company’s Safe Bonds yield 6%. They are secured by First Mortgages on the higher grade improved Chicago real estate—apart­ ment buildingsThotels, theatres, industrial plants, Chicago Title with no de- Et°' All titles are guaranteed by thp C & Trust Co., a $13,000,000 corporation mand liabilities. The Fort Dearborn Trust & Savings Bank, Chi­ cago, as Trustee, certifies the identity of ea...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 July 1920

r t H W T a a L m u i 1TUBGE0 N BAT ADVOOATE— € 0 N80tIDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT - ■' - :' 8TURGEOIV BAY, W IS., FRIDA V, J V l k 23, 1920. M em oriar Hospital Ifalls A o w Than Twice As Many Antomo- blles Oross Brldge This Sommer , ' A s D l d LastSoason. 0. OF G.'GOMMITTEE RESIGNS Dr. O R Egeland To Go Ahead With His Plan For Building ^ and, is Patting Hospital V-/Ticket BdlingPropositinn.- Before Public. ’ • - At :a meeting of the Memorial hospital committee at the Chamber ■ ofiCommerce offices Wednesday after noon a t which the members of the committee resigned, Dr. G. R. Ege­ land stated th a t he intended going ahead with his plans' for building the Egeland Hospital. ' Resignation of. the committee was made in the following report: “We, the undersigned members of / the Hospital Committee, . hereby re­ p ort that we have used our best et- . forts to obtain sufficient funds to in- ( s u re . the erection of a Door County, hospital and find a t this timq, thru' ■vlltek o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 July 1920

Sawyer News. Gust Lienau went to Greon Bay on business Tuesday. A son was born to Mr: and . Mrs. Wm. Bushman on Tuesday. Miss Mary Leitle has been the guest of her mother during the past two weeks. . Thos. Christianson went to Racine Wednesday where he expects to be permanently employed. Elfin Rogen, who has been here visiting relatives apd friends return­ ed to Chicago yesterday. ' Blanche and Richard Senft, of Idaho, are here visiting Dick Spala- bury and other relatives. Prof. H. P. Ahrens of Milwaukee is spending a few days here on pleas­ ure and business Combined. Twin daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs, Fred. Berger on Monday. Mother and babes are doing nicely. Mrs. Chas. Hitt is improving right along and it is expected that she will be able to return home from the Green Bay hospital in a short time. , Wm. Marcplle and Chris. HOlver- son, of Marquette, Mich., are visit­ ing relatives in Sawyer and vicinity. . Pat Hayes, of Faithorn, Mich., called on friends and relatives wh...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 July 1920

DOOR COUNTl AD VOCATK, WPIOlOl! BAT, ... WaL,.JULY 88, 1030. • XaterM «t ttM FtiteBM U a tv im i . - Day, .Win, :m Mxmd-«laM attM r. Incorporate* Wtmy YiMw M M ar*M «»*y.W I* & j. fluumnpoM) u p . : : Address all oommtnJeetfoaa to Door Connt? Advoeat* Bnbacriptka 9fc09 par Your. «b w im p i III i— ilw m K lii HI —- w f l y tt« m r H l w ^ w l l W g H i STURGEON BA.V,'WIS:, JULY 23. Don’t Try. to Double Your Money . Overnight. [Editorial from Chicago American, Julytl, 1920.1 In these times of high prices and .the consequent, desire to get:rich quickly, speculative investments are being offered at alluring rates of in­ terest. Some of them may ,be ’-wor­ thy! B u t‘The Evening' American warns its readers that this is the time for conservatism. ' The only way to accumulate money is first to save and then invest your savings.. But investing should he done with care and caution. Investors should not Ije led astray by the offer of extra profit not based upon solid value. High ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 July 1920

-M il poPiiTr.*g?ocM^J*\"» tfy^HFSfc- l o c a l s O ldest Picker— Grandma Rose, snore than 80 years old and with as n ice a garden, as there is in the city 'still finds tim e to pick cherries. She Sb one of the steady pickers a t 1 the orchards and frequently picks 70 quatts a day. . 5 T Host and Fount*—W hile in the city Monday Henry Kugler, who is worfc- •Ing on the Simonar farm in Egg Harbor, lost his purse containing $85 and some change. The money was found on the street by Veteran Joel Ashby and returned to the owner. New Buildings— The Barker Lum­ ber and Fuel company has.started iwork on a couple of neW buildings at their plant. A new drykiln w ill be erected adjoining the south end p f th e mill and a large lumber shed w ill be built on the south side of the hard. Fined $1 a Hook— Lawrence Carl­ son , of Milwaukee, camping at White- fish Bay, used a set-line with fifty books i nthe waters of d a rk s Lake. H is fine in justice court was better than $1 a hook. He was arres...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 July 1920

W » - JBLYas, iw o iMIIt»lli|l Ml ' w epetr,■ 9 5 ^ 5eK*5s^3S^^?^^n O lA N G E IN ovie Program! M O S t a/- f-iSJiVr ■'\"•cy. fv'g ‘‘I Nercr Thought Anybody Ooold Fanner. ’ nWBT HORS k n o w : TONITE--THURSDAY fetriiL.iriad«F to' ' Green Featuring JlA B E Ii^O E M A N D Also Fatfce News. a ferr iyejBks visit, beth Kfiatzger of Escanaba is g W ^^ot^fff^M sno al VanDreese. FRIDAY ROBERT WARWICK, IN Told In th e Hills * and Mutt and Jeff Comedy. Clarence] Milwaukee N Senator wattkee di ncps trip: '• 0. ■: ' Mrs. BeM’Thprp leftl3atjj|day f^r Two Rivera , and Milwa^ke^ for f*- short, visit. , ' V * ■* . ^ N. Miss Jo sib ^ u ^^ .w h b is employed in Milwaukee k 'h e re for)?*: couple of months visit: , . . ’ • Miss Evelyn Weber .of Chicago is the guest of her-- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weber. , \" — Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph Shilbauer of Algoma were' motorists in th e ' city laBt Friday visiting theorohards D. J. Braun\" of. C bit^o iarrived on Saturday ribd/is', a: guest P.? h k...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 July 1920

POOR OOUIOT APPOCMTE. gTO B flllO lt BAT. .* i JULY 88, 1*80. O O M O iA ilH l THE SICK OB. HOAG, the Chicago BpedalUt, tr a its all Nervoua and Chronto Dia- Maes o l Men, Women and Children, an d offers to all th at will call on th at la y , date and daring the hoars given M ow , consultation and advloe FREE Q T CHARGE. Dr.C. A. Hoag of Chicago. DL, will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, July 29, office hours 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE in the treatm ent of chronic diseases has m erited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag efChicagomaintains. An honest opinion and diagnosis always given. a •H e has to his credit many wonderful cores in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Sidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Bheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, , Files and other recta! diseases—Catarrh ‘ which poisons the breath, Stomach and Longs and pavea the way for consump- Ban also throat and ear diseases, BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples, Scrofula, Tumors, Goiters, Appe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 July 1920

MVOCtT«. W lfO B O S BAT. , ' \" ' H ' ' .' r v. , ' v ' t ! I : \" v r - '\" w ' .......... ii ii w t» i m m :: ArthurKnudsph and William Lind- n e to f Milwaukee haver recently been visiting with the fhmtJy o f: their •: friends, Ur. and Mrs. John Hanson. Hr. Knudson is Organist in the But- f terfly Theater, and Mr. Lindjner . is ^ p & i ^ t - t n v . ,'iA.lii$iiib.tra. Tli.eateJr% Duping their stay they took a trip to Washington island and will iater fin­ ish their onting at Idlewild, returh- in g to Milwaukee August 1st. : Mr. Kbudson’s father was formerly 'keep­ er of the Plum Island lighthouse hut 1* now located at Lake Park, Mil­ waukee. ■ .Judge Ball and wife, Arthur Bail and wife with their children arrived on Sunday evening for their custom­ ary summer vacation. Arthur -Ball and family will return to Cllnton- Irille on Saturday, leaving his parents. ,to finish the season among their ' numerous friends in this vicinity. . m a t Is a Picnic? Come to Andrew Knutso...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 July 1920

doob county LThe census bureau at Washington announced that the official count gives a population of 1,599 an. Increase ■ bf ,356, or 28.5 per cent, ^ Phillip Wilson, 17, was drowned in - t^o narrows at Wisconsin Dells at Ktl- t««rn, While Wilson was. repairing the enginp fif a pleasure boat the craft overturned. ' . - _ - . - -ft. ■ George A. Mitcheson, Sr., wealthy lumberman of Marinette, vyaa found dead in a garden shed' at his home there. He Buffered a Bun stroke a few days before. After a shut down of eight weeks because of the Timberworkers’ strike for an eight hour day the big saw mill of the Thunder Lumber Co. at Rhine­ lander, commenced cutting again with many of their old men back on the ten hour schedule. *'Kaukauna was selected by the Fox River Valley Saengerbund of the Evan­ gelical Lutheran church choirs for the 1921 convention. It is estimated there Will be between 3,000-and 4,000 mem­ bers there next year. J, Boettcher, Kaukauna, was re-elected secretary at ...

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 — 30 July 1920

- I H w f f 4 T * ^ D 59 1■ - ( g ia to r is a i Hooaa m m m m J L JL t fe»Heaas«*iiaaei 19 ITPBQEON BAY ADVOCATE- CONSOLIDATED-—DQQB COUNTY DEMOCRAT » kA «giB »T C lHC«JliAin O lt IJI IfORTEUIASTEnSf W U C O B tU STURGEON BAY, W iS ^ R ID A *, M L Y 30, 1920. o f 20 From, HereTuesday HWll be at luncheon Guests of Chamber of Commence and WiU.Then Visit Statfi Park*.. On Experimental FarmMat- ter—-President, of State: .- • “U” ifr.thd Party- / \\ TOPLAT CHAMBERS Bride of Month Dies. ISLAND I ' ■\"• : . Rath, Wife of Frank Baptist, Jr., Stock Company To Bo Formed To Build Club House and Blake Yachtsman's Terminal. President E. A. Birge of the’ Uni­ versity of Wisconsin, p. H. Vilas, president of the board of regents, other regents, Dean H. L. Russell of the College of Agriculture, Dean Reb­ el* of the extension division, Business Manager Thor kelson and Secretary McCaffrey, besides several ladies, in all a party of twenty, will be hete next Tuesday to the luncheon [of the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 July 1920

Sawyer DETECTIVE IX SAWYER. Capt. Owen O. Wiard, who spoke on the water wagon In Sturgeon Bay the night before it first went dry and who returned to obtain evidence of illegal selling and to presecute many violators, is returning to Door county. He will deliver an illustrated lec­ ture on “Whom To Marry,” in the Friends’ meeting house, Sawyer, on Tuesday evening, Aug. 3. Free. A collection. At 8 p.m. The detective and a party o f Chi- ’ cago friends are motoring and camp­ ing as they go and they w ill par­ ticipate in the Chautauqua at Sister Bay which is opened by a free lecture by Mr. Wiard on evening of Friday, AuguBt 6. SAWYER SHORT NOTES Miss Alice Samuelson is spending her vacation camping at Stony Creek w ith the Fellows fam ily from Algoma. • Clarence Peterson was here from Racine from Saturday to Wednesday and was accompanied home by his brother. *' Mrs. Edw. Bebeau went to Mantto- woc Tuesday and drove the family • car back it having been left there som e days ago. The ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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