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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 September 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTPBQKON BAT, m , •i To the Voters of I I Door County: Authorized published by W .. E. Gaede, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. for w hich-The Advocate will be paid 30 cents per inch. Upon the advice of my physicians I haVe been inf ormed that I most not make an active campaign for the office pf District Attorney this fall, hut living served yon hereto­ fore I fed that I am well enough acquainted with all of yon that I need not make such a campaign. * I have tried to give every man a square deal. The work of this office has increased very rapidly in the last few years and being familiar with the work I feel that I can render the same service that I have heretofore given to my con­ stituents, -\"'.s.-,-'. ” I am glad that my opposition, who is a very fine young man, has just been converted to the Republican Party. WILLARD E. GAEDE COUNTRY TEACHER ADVISED. Training School Principal Has An* othev. A rticle On Subject of . - Rural Schools and Teachers. en y o u CROP putanIJieM ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 September 1920

W U B OOPNTfr ADVOCATE, W OBHEOB BAX, -VP 18., SEPTEM BERS, 1020. LOCALS /T ' Parochial Schools — Parochial schools opened \"Wednesday for the fa ir term with a large enrollment and the same teachers as Inst year (On Vacation— W hile Cliief of Po­ lice Thomas Halstead is on his vaca- tion trip, Oflicer James H all of Saw- „-yer 1 b taking care of police duties on . th is side of the bay. • L To Ho Married— R ollin Elw ell, of Milwaukee, and Miss Helen Fritsch- ler of this city, are to he married at Green Bay next Monday ajt the home o f Mr. and Mrs. H. Foeller. ' Rebeknh Meeting— The Rebekah lodge will meet next Tuesday even­ ing, Sept. 7, and all members are requested to be present as ifnportant ’ ’ business is-tr be transacted. New Town Olllcer— Henry Soren­ son has been appointed chairman of _ the town of Clay Banks to fill the vacancy' caused by the death of Charles Matliison. Mr. Sorenson held the office several terms previously. Isn’t Satisfied E ither—Green Bay’s populatio...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 September 1920

1 d o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , 'wis^ S e p te m b e r s, 1020. •11 in 111» «♦«♦♦♦♦»»»♦♦♦ ' - - • * V:1 - • • - - ' PERSONAL MENTION :: NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING -PEOPLE YOU ‘SNOW Mrs. August Bleisner la viriltihg rel' tives in-Milwaukee. C. M. Stephenson' left Tuesday in his car on a trip to Escanaha, Mich. Mrs. Pat W ritt and daughter re­ turned .Tuesday from a visit at\" Green Bay. ■ 'r - - - . Mr. .and Mrs. Walter Stephan re­ turned last Friday from their wed­ ding trip. , 0’T Mayor Boler and familynre spend­ ing the week visiting on Washing-' ton Island - ■ ' Olaf and Julius Nelfeoh of Ellison Bay -were in the city transacting bus­ iness, Monday. \" Frank ives went to .Milwaukee on Thursday to drive up a car for the Nash company. Mrs? Gust Bjork of Milwaukee is visiting at~ the home of her sister, Mrs. Jule Collard. A sweet little baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. H.. O. Bernhardt yes­ terday morning. Miss Cecelia Mil...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 September 1920

0(108 OOPKCT ADVOCATE, gflpBQBQN BAX, W ft, SEPTEMBER 3, 1930. County Advocate ■ntereC at th« Poetofflo* a t Sturgeon Bair, Wl«.. aa second-claas matter. Published B r . ' ttsor County Publishing Compaig Incorporated. B rerr Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wla 8 . J. SANDERSON. Mgr. Address all communications to v Door County Advocate. Subscription P rice, 9 2 .00 per Tear. STURGEON BAY, W IS., SE PT. 3. JIjjG County Com m ittee. ■ v A t th e election next T uesday com­ m itteem en are to be elected in each precinct of th e county. I t is the privilege -of each voter to w rite in th e nam e of the m an o r wom an who It Is believed w ill beBt serve th e in­ te re s t of the p arty represented. F ail- v u re in electing com m itteem en results in th e p arty having no county com­ m ittee, w hich is the case during th e presen t cam paign in D oor county. T he com m ittee elected a t Tuesday’s election w ill have charge of the cam paign w hich is very im portant fo r th e w elfare of...

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

-SHtatlj 3 K,3| X X^lt Authorized published by P--N. Graass for which 30c per inch is to be ^ To the Voters of Door County: r ' Two years have rolled by and once again the political tocsin has sounded, summoning the voters to action. The parties have selected .their standard bearers and On September' 7th you voters will select ' and nominate your candidates for all offices from II. S. senator to cor-, orner. ■ '..V • This article will: challenge your attention to but one candidate and one office, viz. “A Member-of-Assembly from Door County.” The people of the state disapproved of raising the legislators sal­ ary and hence one seeking that.office cannot afford to spend time and money in-a campaign.- Therefore I take this method of addressing ' you concerning my candidacy as Assemblyman on tho Republican ticket. Twice you have-honored me with the office and each term consumed over six months. You will easily understand that the sal­ ary did not meet my hotel and traveling and othe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 September 1920

JJOOB OOUim ADVOCATE, ,8TPBQ£QS BAY, WIK. SEPTEJIBER 8, 1020. ,^ f v*\" - . f Brown Mixed, Gray Mixed, Plain Greens, Boys’ Cassimere School and Dress Pants also 5 dozen of dark drab corduroy. Have taped and double stitched crotch, seat and inside seams and belt loop. ..'.V / IIf %. y ff f f t T T f T Please take your fall mail order house catalogue and see what they charge for Boys’ Knee Pants—iit is no wonder their net profits run up into the millions every year,\" S E E them in the window. Hold on to your money until you feel them. 1 Sizes to age 17/ No money in advance no waiting no express charges — but $1.95 cash when you buy I T Calendar Is Longer Than - 3 - v :V . Usual. ./ no t one crMim inal case Seven Issues of Pact For the •Judge and Eleven For the . Jury—Five Divorce Actions. - Court Convenes Tuesday. Morning. September eesion of the-circuit court will convene next Tuesday With ' Judge Henry Graass presiding, but as Tuesday is electioii day court will M he adjourned unt...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 September 1920

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BA* NUMBER 25 B istorical Booms MADIiOH WIS ■ ‘ C m O PIA W tfli CT yO B jm U igT B B ll W M O O H p B u r g e o n w is ,, e r i d a v Se p t e m b e r 10, la g o . Every \"Departmentv I» Improved. TO BE A BIG DAY TODAY, Crowds Prom Green Bay'With Airplane and Bands—-Good Racing Program—Plenty of Amusements and All Ex­ hibits Are Pine-—Fair the Best of All. Y esterday’s R aces. ■ County Race Bucco, Hahn. -1 3 2 2 -3 1 3 8 - 2 2 1 1 -4 4 4 4 L ittle Willie, Tong - A1 Custer, Johnson . .. • Billy Silver, Birm ingham --__ Time—2:39, 2 :4 5 , 2:42, 2:42. ■ 2:24 Pace Edna Brown, Hirn, Green Bay 1 1 1 Sweet Symbol, Huck, City.— _ _ _ 2 2 2 Quicksilver, Tong '■ - -'* 4 - 7 Sylvas, W agoner ’ ■ ' ' ' ’ : , 3 4 , Time—2:20, 2:20, 2 :2 1 , 2:23 T rot Y B. Paulos, Manitowoc- —— _ _ _ 2 2 2 Mr. Ross. Huck, City ? 3 3 —7 -------- ..........................................................- .................,—Q 8 a Fresno Bond, Nohlechek, F ’-dulac.-l 1 1 ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 September 1920

. V . POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, fl'I'imGBON BAY. %TIB/ SEP'rreMTUrain, m«y, Sawyer News. Miss Perlewitz Marries. Stenographer At Van Camp Plant Weds Milwaukee Man At. Her . Home In Algoma„ [Algoma Reeord-Herald.] .One of‘the prettiest weddings took place at noon Thursday, Sept. 2, at St. .Paul’s Evengelical Lutheran chureh, Algoma,- wjien Miss Laura ’Perlewitz became the bride of Wal­ te r H. Claus of North Milwaukee. Rev. A. Sclilei, pastor of th at church, pronounced the words that united the young, people. The /c h u rc h was .■beautifully decorated w ith ever­ greens and ferns and a profusion of flowers. . The bride was attended by her sis­ ters, Misses Agnes and Linda, and the groom by Raymond, brother of the bride, and A rthur, brother of the groom. The bride was beautifully gowned in a creation of white Georg­ ette and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and American beauties. Miss Linda Perlewitz was attired in a pink Georgette gown of grey Geor­ g ettes - .............

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 September 1920

OOOB OOBHM 4D V O G IM , B inifflllO N BAX SEPTEMBER 10, 1020. X X X X X # * )H K * * * X X X X* • !\" ,.«LI ,. • A . “r . 1 * '■ Door County Advocate Entered at thePostoffica s t dtarc«oo. Bar. Wl8.,-aa second-class mattwr. 1 • ■ Published By s . -q - Door County PobHsbing Company Incorporated. v’:\\ •rw y Fritoy at . Stursaoa Bay, Wia H. jr. 8AMDBBS0N. Her. Address all communications to , Dobr County Adrocate. Subscription Price, f2.00 per Tear.\" STURGEON BAY, W IS..SEPT .'10.. nesg m ade possible by tlie added equipm ent, tb a t w ill bo bought w itb money received from the new rates will, .in the opinion of Representative Esch, bring confidence nad prosperity 46 every lliie oi industry. '■ Washington Island (Sept. 3.) v-:./ .- Rev. K oehler of Oshkosh w as ad­ vertised to preach three serm ons in the different churches in the interest of the Anti-Saloon League. A t tw o of them he had fairly good audienc­ es. . . . . . \"■ , ... Rev. T. D. W illiams, Supt. of the Ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 September 1920

l«uoH COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTOBOBOH BAS, WIS.f'-SCTTEMBEn 10, 1920. LOGAtS I Cm- Jioad of Pianos—The J. 'F|etter- stein Music Co. received a full car Joad Of pianos Wednesday evening. Building New Porch—Mike Welter is building a large porch across the !' front of his residence on Cedar street - 'Episcopal Service—There, will be Episcopal services by Rev. Horatio Gates, Sunday morning, Sept,: 12, at 1,0.30 a. m. ' 1 .Buys'Barber' Shop—Peter ■ Con jur- ' Skl, -who has conducted the barbei shop in the Hotel Union has purchas-r eil the busihess and outfit and will continue at the same stand. Moving Away—vHenry Poehler, old residentot the city, has disposed or his residence property on Grant street and contemplates moving to Kenosha where he lias employment Peach Boat In—M. B. Petersbn’s boat Favorite isin port with a cargo of Michigan peaches. The boat is near the bridge and the fruit is very good. The Sea Quene, Capt. A. And­ erson, is also in ■with peaches. ,— Suffers Stroke—August ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 September 1920

Y\" POOR o o p r y ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. W IS., SEPTEMBER 10, 1020. kikxljW ' r PERSON AL MENTION - fi& M ’ S ' .gite m & ( ■ njiWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE hM-i MrBiChesterFrltz of Dallas/Texas is here On a v is lt with friends and reliev es., ‘ f ' ' -'Hanson, leavesi \"Satur­ day for Faoli, Ind., for Â¥ Visit-witt bier son .James. ^v Mr. and- Mrs. Lawrence Leonhardt returned home during the week from their wedding trip. , ' JosephPaul has purchas^d' a hotel at 'New, Fraken and will move there next week to remain permanently. Anton Poulos is here from Stevens Point this week \"attending the .county fair and renewing acquaintences. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff W'fight, of Mil­ waukee were the guests of relatives in the city over Sunday and Monday, John Smith, who had been visit­ ing his son Cecil at \"Washburn, Wis., returned to his home in this-city on Tuesday.- - Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kennedy and son Pat returned yesterday from the northern part of the state where , they had be...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 September 1920

— POOROOUNTY ADVOCATE, BTPRQEOK BAY. T O . SEPTEMDFn 10, 1020. Neighboring Counties. . Youngsters Take Car Ride. \" KEWAUNEE—Last. Saturday aft ernoon an unusual accident happened In ' ■which two children were slightly Injured and another one badly shak­ en up. 0. A. Duvall, upon returning home, left the car at the curb as us­ ual. L ittle Lois Duvall, Prank and Richard Hainachek, none of them ov­ e r four years of age, climbed into the car. The- switch had been .left off and the children pushed the lever for­ ward. One of the children accident­ ally stepped on the starter arid the •engine .being quite warm”, it started . very easily. The car w ent about a block when it struck a tree hear the Chapnjan residence. It. was going about eighteen miles an hour when it struck, and the impact-hurled Lois Duvall and Richard Mamachek thru the windshield. Little Lois received a cut oh her face a n d . Richard sus­ tained a bruised wrist. Aside* of a broken windshield and a bent axle th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 September 1920

DOOR OOUNint ADVOCAr& &rUBGBON B A l.W IS ^ SEPTEMBER 10, 1920. NOTICE of Referendum Election •' I ’' TO BKHELD ' November 2,1920 NOTICE REFERENDUM ELEC- ' TION ON THE PROHIBITION , ENFORECEMENT ACT. ' (\"M ulberger Bill” ) '• ■ S ta te o f W is c o n s in , D e p a r tm e n t • o f ■State, C ity o f M a d iso n — ss. I, M E R L IN H U L L , S e c re ta ry o f S ta te o f th e S ta te o f : W is c o n s in , do h e re b y C e rtify t h a t th e fo llo w in g la w la to b e • s u b m itte d to . a v o te o f th e p e o p le a t a G e n e ra l e le c tio n to b e h e ld in t h e s e v ­ e r a l c itie s , to w n s , v illa g e s , a n d e le c ­ t io n p rec in c tB o f th e S ta te o f W is c o n ­ s i n o n t h e - f ir s t T u e s d a y o f N o v em b er,' 1920,' b e in g th e , s e c o n d d a y o f s a id . m o n th . ,[N o. 146, S.] C H A P T E R 656, L A W S O F 1919 - A N A C T T o , s u s p e n d th e o p e ra tio n o f . c h a p te r 66 o f the\" s ta t u te s...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 September 1920

OTIJBQBigii BAY Wl».- HER 10, 19S8Q!. STORY OF BURNING OF ATLANTA , Activities of L»m 1 Wrecking Com* -'•/-p.my Recalls To Port/Washingt1 .-“ tori Sensational Rescue.- [Port Washington StaE}“ /.. /Our readers will recall the hurn ing of the Goodrich steamed, At­ lanta, off Port Washington harbor, on March '18, 1906,,and, the sehsa tional rescue of 65-persons by the fishing tug . Tessler, Capt. Delos H. Smith. The steamer was a total loss(S200,000)and hull was aban­ doned by its owners. Capt. Smith, of the. Tessler, and his crew, beached the hull at a safe point hear the abandoned site of Amsterdam villltge, which is on the lake shore a little south of Cedar Grove. Here it has-lain for fourteen years. Perhaps nothing might have ever been done in connection with this old hull had not the Great World War created unprecedented • condi­ tions concerning * shipping. As an outcome of recent negotiations this old wreck has been sold by Mr. Smith to the Leathern & Smith Towing &...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 September 1920

VOLUME . 59 STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE——CONSOLIDATED-—-DOORCOUNTY DEMOCRAT NUMBER } 26 iS ia to ric - mmmmBoomsla . tA n G E S T CIROVLATIOS I S N ORTHEASTERN W ISCONSW STURC^q^ BAY, fR IB A V, SEPTEMBER 17 1020, nniNos i t s A r» v t:iiT isK n s g o o d » e s v t / t s Hydroplane and Airplane Are Callers. ABE HERE ON BUSINESS. Hydroplane Up From Great Lakes On Photographing and Survey Trip?—Airplane Unsuccess­ ful In Locating Wreck of •'Rv - O’Conner. Door county is being recognized by th e naval departm ent as a very suit­ able location for hydroplane land­ ings and is mapping out this dis­ trict Three weeks ago a sm all type hydroplane came from Greak Lakes Naval station as far as Sturgeon Bay inlet, as the canal is designated on th e aviation maps, • and a . big HS1 type machine w as here Saturday. : The big m achine was in charge of Lt. Com. Farw ell of Great-Lakes w ith Machinist Barr as pilot and\" two other men aboard. They wese on it photographing trip, getting pictures of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 September 1920

* T ' : DOOR OOUNTY APVOdAfl!Bf fiTOROEON BAyf WIS , SEPTE5IBER 17, 1020 Sawyer News. Miss Blanche Spalsbury went to Green Bay Wednesday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Zander last Saturday. ^ William Kramer has sold bis place in this ward and has'moved to Antt- eo. . Herbert Pies and Richard Hitt leave for Madison Monday to enter the university. Mrs. G. D. Hitt and son Dick went to Algbma Wednesday to visit rel­ atives a few days. Norman Green left for DePere the tore part of the week to resume his studies at St. Norberts college. Rev. F. Schhmann went to Apple ton Tuesday on business for the 'German Lutheran church. Sherman Larson, of. Halnesville, tell last Friday and cut a deep gash In his forehead just over his eye. Oscar Gigstead and family moved to Milwaukee this week and the fur­ niture was sent there by truck Wed­ nesday.\" * Depot Agent, Elmer Wulf, is-on his annua] vacation and has gone to Milwaukee and other points for a week or so. , Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Hea...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 September 1920

~DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE.STURGEON BAY, WIB., SEPTEMBER 17, 1930' Door County Advocate Entered a t the Poatofflce a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. r as second-class m atter. , ! Published By Door Comity Publishing Company ... Incorporated. Every F riday a t Sturgeon Bay, W is. H. J SANDERSON, Mgr. . '■ Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. In ordering addreaa. changed, the old U w ill an the new address should be given STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT. 17. Morgdn and Johnson are not ol the La ‘•'olletle cr{owd. j ’ Of the. complexion of the legisla­ ture, nothing is definitely known. The non-partisan league indorsed nine candidates for senator, of whom five are known to have been defeated. It indorsed 56' candidates for the as­ sembly of whom 15 have been de­ feated and 16 nominated. . ■ It is possible that the surviving league and La- Follette candidates will be strong enough to control the platform, convention. The Door County Fair. The 1920l’Do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 September 1920

flpO B i O Q IM ra ADVOCATE, S ltB f lE O N BAY, 17. LOCALS M arried H ere—‘Lester p ish of P ish Creek and Miss Alice K napp of thlB city w ere m arried Tuesday m orning a t 9 o’clock a t St. Josephs church in th is city. ! P u o h ler R esidence Sold— The Hefi- xy P ueh ler residence h as befen p u r­ chased • by W m. Tw eedale. Mr. P u eh ler . contem plates m oving w ith h is fam ily to K enosha w here he is employed. .’4: T racto r ltcm onstratloii— T he M ot­ o r Inn Company w ill give a dem on­ stratio n of th e C letrac tra c to r on th e H enry H ahn farm , one m ile*north of th e city, a t 2 o’clock Sunday a fte r­ noon, Sept 19th. M ore L um ber Sheds— T he B ark er L um ber & F u el Co. a re having an­ other larg e sheds erected in th e ir yard in w hich to store lum ber and others w ill be p u t up so as to keep all building m aterial u nder cover Sew er W ork— R ebel's construction crew a re p u ttin g in th e extension to th e C ottage s tre e t sew er and w ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 September 1920

SaSBWHSW! PO OR CO im TO A P VOCATE, S ItjftC E O N BAY. W ig., SEPTEM BER IT , jtoap : r » ♦ »+ » i m » » • « » » « J -r\"* NEWSY NOTEB CONCEENING PEOPLE YOU KNOW ~ Ed. Rieboldt, -who has fteen em­ ployed in Milwaukee, is home on a visit. ■ , ■ ,, \" v Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Davis and Mrs. IT. V. Dreutzer spent Mon.day at Green Bay. ' Mr, and Mrs. Horatio Mann of Rar cine were Up here for the County fair and vishing friends. Mrs. R. P. Cody is visitfhg\" friends in Oshkosh this week, having gone there on Wednesday. A rthur Huxfofd was here from Green Bay the fore part of the week visiting at the W elter home. - |l?bert Stedman has gone to Ap­ pleton to attend the high school. Miss Ella Duman of Chicago is vis­ iting her sister, Mrs. Ress Arnold. - Mrs, Prank Borchert and Mrs. C. Greisen spent Monday in Green Bay MJcc ^ '■ i«r. ttuu m rs. jnugo xiuck. iv t?ntnrSo . went to Green here this week on their wedding trip , w . .■■ . -mionTO, , . : -v. V.' : M rs.'Thbs...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 September 1920

\" ' WI8-, SEPTEMBER 17 X X X * ftWiJHHC X X X X X X X X t t X X X x x x x X X x*mx# M*** STORY WITHOUT AN ENDING **** W I S . It is reported that Baileys Harbor men are co-operating with a of outside people who have in the village in effort to establish a bank there . Several attempts have been made to start banks up the peninsula, E Harbor and Sister pay both having had a business of 'thiwriature unde: ebnsideration and companies practi­ cally organized, but further than that nothing ever developed. FOB SALE—Red Comb chicken Feedi also egg mash with dried buttermilk. Teweles & Brandeis. . (24W4) Sturgeon Bay Boat Works JOHNSON & GMACH' \\ . B u i l d e r s o f FISH BOATS, CRUISERS, LAUNCHES ROW BOATS CANOES SAIL BOATS. REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Marine Railway used for hauling ■ out boats. pOOD WINTER STORAGE. ' All Work Guaranteed. Shop at foot of Spruce St. Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R AND . F U N E R A L D I R E CT OR U S X ASSISTANT Phone 185-R—185-W, Sawyer, WJ Portlan...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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