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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 September 1920

* ■ . ‘ ■ ■ POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., 17, 1920 people from took In the T H E B E G I N N I N OF A B A N K - N OTE' Little Marcia’s baby dress though made of the finest linen was ultimately worn thread­ bare. One day it landed in the rag bag and \\ras sold to, the junk dealer. When the rag sorter touched the discarded garment he detected in a flash the fine quality of the flax and set it aside for a journey to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing at Washing­ ton. Eventually it became legal tender—a bank-note. Just how is told in one of the beautiful booklets aboufOur Government which we are sending each month to those interested. Just send us your name and address and you will receive a copy of every issue of the series without charge. Merchants Exchange Bank C o u n ty News. Baileys Harbor Joe Zak is spending the, week at Sturgeon Bay, he being on the Jury. F, C. Blakefield spent the weeks end with relatives at Sturgeon Bay. Cooney Groyogei returned • from Mi...

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 — 17 September 1920

\" idfflclhl Publication] rt: ^ REPORT oE .THE CONDITION* OP THE r : BANK O F STURGEON B A Y , . , ' ■■■■ - R E S O U R C E S . ‘ v/ . L oans nnd discounts, including rediscounts l-?1,G25,658.23L IS ?E ^V ,i:' Sx-ss rediscounts O v e r d r a f ts —------- UniU-vl S tates securities ownod ’ S tock in F ederal Reserve Bank O ther stocks and securities. Jth e r bonds X ’ -. ■ u n u : v i a c a i n u m a — u ™ t u u t m ^ u i w u o . .. .. . ,------- in ter est and discount collected or credited in advance,of ,i - m aturity and not earned (approxim ate). •Amount reserved for interest accrued- .'Dividends u n p aid —-------------------- Individual deposits subject to checlc .Time certificates of deposit Savings deposits Certified checks Cashier’s checks outstanding ------: ------ •----- S ills payable, including obligations for money than rediscounts Other liabilities -•.Doans and .discounts, including rediscounts- : Less rediscounts ^ ---- - O verdrafts — -------------------...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 September 1920

J ITURGEON BAY ADVOCATE___ CONSOLIDATED-— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT j t f if lt o r ic a l Room# j MAOISM Wit ,I»AnGEST cmCTOLATOOX • , i s S O IC T H E A S 'T E B S W IS C O N SIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920. . ■ T H E A D V O C A T E lU U N G S IT S A llV E U T IS E B S GOOD B E S C I/T 9 Fall Pruning Better Than NUTRITION IS EVERYTHING. Yrof. Roberts Clears Dp Common Falacies On Cherry Growing. Positively Denies Popular Theory of Heavy Yield Followed By Light One. P ro f. R. H . R oberts of th e College of A griculture, w ho officiated as Judge of th e fru it exhibit a t th e coun­ ty fa ir this year, before re tu rn in g to M adison m ade a statem en t to ■ The A dvocate reg ard in g th e resu lts of th e experim ents conducted in orch­ a rd s here th e la st yearg^ an d es­ pecially of th e resu lts from th e la st y e ar's tests by his departm ent. Local fru it m en are o f th e opinion th a t- th e se ' experim ents w ill m ean h u n d red s of thousand...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 September 1920

p o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a te , s tu r g e o n b a y , wis., S e p te m b e r a t. loao. ^Iwj^er Newis. A rtliur T ipler left W ednesday for G reen Bay. on th e afternoon train . Jam es Cunningham has sold his house in Sawyer to A ugust Schultz. R udolph L enius has sold his house n e ar the C atholic church to M rs. J . Ploor. D ick Spalsbury spent p a rt o f 'th e past week a t M enominee visiting his b ro th er. M rs. P ran k Avery accom panied by h e r -mother, Mrs. J o s .. Jen k in s, left W ednesday for Ohio. H enry H enquinet w ill give a dance a t his hall tonight, F riday. W elter’s orch estra w ill play. •Miss Lucy E rdm an re tu rn e d to M ilwaukee T uesday a fte r visiting h e r parents a sh o rt tim e. Mr. and M rs. Geo. T h ay er have moved here from G reen B ay and are looking fo r a s u ita b le hom e. Alonzo Dickenson visited his bro th ­ e r Sam w ho resides a t N eopit and re ­ tu rn ed th e fore p a rt of th e week. , Leo L eib erg is having a new h o t !...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 September 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. H' Advocate E n tered a t th e Poatoffice a t ' S turg eon . B ay, W is. a s second-class - m a tte r. -. P u b lish ed B y Door County Publishing Company - Incorporated. E v e ry F rid a y a t S turgeoh B ay, W is. ■ H. J . SANDERSON. M gr. A ddress a ll com m unications t o , D oor C ounty A dvocate. ' ' : Subscription P rice, $2.09 p e r ‘ Y ear. In ordering address changed, the oM as well m the new address should be glwa Foreign Advertising Representstive' . \" THE AM ER1CAN PRESS ASSOCIATION - STURGEON\" BAY, W IS., SE PT. 24. T he Specter o f D efeat. The renom ination of S enator H Moses in New H am pshire, th e n o m i­ natio n fo r th e Senate of T hom as E . W atson in G eorgia, and th e outcom e of th e state election in M aine, indi­ cates conclusively th e w a y . in w hich -public th o u g h t is crystalizing against, W ilsonism and th e league of nations New H am pshire is a rock ribbed R e­ publican state, w hile G eorgia is one of th e str...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 September 1920

noon county apvocai^ sTOBGEoy BASf, . wis*^draMraBMui ioao. I LOCALS Miscellaneous Shower—-Miss Alice Reynolds gave a miscellaneous show­ er Thursday exening in honor of Miss Barbara Soukap. • • Express Bates Raise — Express users of Wisconsin will pay an in­ crease of 12%. per cent in rates un­ der a decision announced by the rail­ road commission last. Saturday. \"Woman's^-Chib M eeting— Friday, October 1st, there w ill be a W oman’s Club meeting at the public library at 2:30 p.m. All members are urged to be present. '• . Ice Cream Social— The Intermedi­ ate b. E. of the Moravian church w ill give an ice cream social at the church parlors tonight starting at 7:30. Everybody cordially invited. Has Application Blanks— Attorney Grover Stapleton has a supply of ap­ plication blanks for the Victory Med­ als and those desiring to have one filled out should do so at once. Dis­ charge papers or certified copy should accompany application. Are Now Grandparents— M r., nad Mrs. Wm. A...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 September 1920

*2. POOR CDUNTY ADVOCATE, B' ** b a y , w is., S e p te m b e r a#, 1020. I4| | ! IPE£ SQ|\\^1 ,MtEJST,T 1 N :: UEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU SNOW : - John M. Perry went to Milwaukee on a business-trip Monday:. , ^ Gapt. J. P. Clark madeja. business .trip to Green Pay..yesterday ■: Mr. and Mr.s.. John pieyte have gone to Milwaukee to, visit their son^ ': Ed. Paape of Algoma was a guest of his uncle, Wm. Paape, during the present week. ’ V , - Mrs. Hattie Karste left Tuesday for Sheboygan to visit relatives for a week or two. i Jos. Richmond left yesterday for Milwaukee on a business and j^lea's- ura.ffip^v-, to the njorth- ia^ ^arj^ 'of ithe state yesterday on business for .. the F ru it' Growers’ Unipn. . Grover Stapleton went to Milwau­ kee yesterday to see his parents who recently moved there from fthlne- lahder. • • ,j, Gordon Hutto left last week -for Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Miirry s p e n t J S ™ ^ e where *f is attending the several days with relatives in Forest- j ” \" ...

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 — 24 September 1920

,(*r ■ / 7 .Y COUNTS ADVOCATE. STPBOBON BAY, m , SEPTEMBER 34,1020. Ellison Bay » Ben ana Ella Olson , made a pro­ fessional trip to Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday of last week. Miss Emma Hansen of Ephraim spent Wednesday and Thursday vis­ iting relatives and friends here. : Mrs. Ole HanseU of Ephraim visit­ ed with Mrs. T. Tostenson and Mrs. Martin. Olson from Sunday until Tuesday. Mrs. A. J. Wickman entertained the Ladies’ Aid on Wednesday and had a-large crowd in spite of the rainy weather. , Miss Amenda Melmer left for Chi­ cago last week, -Where she \"will be Employed as manager of the National ' Grocery Co. Miss J. A. Tostenson spent the week end visiting her sisters, Mrs. Wm. Weborg, and Mr. L. E. Yoight, at Gills Rock. Henry Bergman returned to Mil­ waukee on Wednesday, after spend­ ing the summer at Ellison Bay. The trip being made by auto. Peninsula Center Miss Edna Anderson made a tour­ ing trip to Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday. Miss Laura Abrahamson is spend­ ing a few wee...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 September 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, SI1JBGIX)N BAY W I3., SEPTEroER 24. l&ao. , Baileys Harbor Leslie Anderson ofi Ellison Bay spent Sunday'with, friends here. , Supt. James E, Johnson of Stur­ geon Bay was a business caller here last Monday. The farmers in this vicinity are about all threshed and all report a good harvet, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kfla of Ra­ cine are spending h short time a t the former’s home here. / Capt. and Mrs. McGow of the Coast Guard service spent last Mon­ day at Sturgeon Bay. .. Misses Cora Barringer and Myrtle LeClaire of Pish Creek attended church hero last Sunday. Work on the Fred TedkJtonius cot­ tage on the lake shore to being rush­ ed under the able management of James ..Cobney. Prank Oldenberg has the contiuct to do the work, while the former is superintending it. They expect to have this completed within the nea* month and no doribt it will be one of the prettiest bung­ alows in these parte. v Walter Kenseila returned from Milwaukee the letter part, of the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 September 1920

■v-: .... .. •, irQ ^l'at Publication] REPORT OP TH E CON&XTION OF THE DOOR BOUNTY AD VOOATfc,' ST tH G E O N , BAY, W ig SEPTEM BER 24, 1020. WISCONSIN HAPPENINGS DOOR COUNTY STATE BANK lochtfcd a t • S tu rg eo n Bay. S ta te of W isconsin, a t th e close of bu sin esa .on ^th e 8 th dny of Septem ber. 1920, p u rsu a n t to call b y th e C om m issioner o f B a n k in g : t , : R E S O U R C E S . v' V : L o an s and ciisobuiitH,'Including rediscounts. -----?643,958.97 ' • . Vi.,0 9 s i c d i s o o i m ts -----75,936.09---------- ,-O ^er/drafts ____ —--------------- ~ ..................................— ■— ------------- s C u sto m er’s lt.abilitv on siccount of acceptances, executed by ■ ■ t a n k and now o u tsta n d in g . U nited S tates Kecurities ow ned- O th e r sto ck s and securities^. O th e r bonds B a n k in g house F u r n itu re and llxtures O th er real e state ow ned- D ui- from approved reserv e b a n k s- D u e from o th er bahks_ /C heoks oil o th e...

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

VOLUME 59 ■ % - STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE— -CONSOLIDATED-----DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT NUMBER i .28 j Utorical Rooas . HADISOH Wit V—' LARGEST CffiOCUTION IN NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN S T U R G E O N B A Y , A Y v O C T O B E R 1 . 1 9 2 0 . TH E ADVOCATE BRINGS ITS ADVERTISERS GboD RESULTS MARRIAGES OF THE WEEK Of Local Man, Considered One of 600 Heirs. PROPERTY IS IN NEW YORK. Trinity Church Leases Property Over Century Ago and Lease Expires—Powere of Attor­ ney Given Brooklyn Law- yers Who Will Institute ' Proceedings. C harles B u tler M arried at: W aukegan an d F re d Suchy A t M ilw aukee. O scar. M arx W eds. , :: To he considered one of the h eirs to an estate w hich is now valued a t several h undred m illion dollars is sensation w hich few people enjoy .in' th is w orld. T hd m ere sensation w ould alm ost recom pense fo r any u ltim ate disappointm ent, y e t th ere a re local people w ho are considered h eirs to such an estate and th ey are expectant of-som e p a rt of the fabol...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 October 1920

DOOR COUNTY AD VQCATE, StCRGEOff BAY. WIS., TRY M R . : EDISON’S REALISM TEST 1 Ask for tliis test as a ! “three in one.5' Ask ’ v to have, played— I . 1. A Voice f .2 . An-Instrument ' 3. A Band or Or- \\ f ■ chestra | ■ Determine whether V New Edison “The Phonograpliwith a Soul\" J, gives you the same' J ’. emotions as did each of [ ' these, when you last - f . heard them. ■ V' f • Determine whether the : | I . r. New Edison you hear : : in our store reflects, . through its Supreme ■ ' • Beaiism, the ' $3,000,- j . 000 expenditWe made | / bjr Mr. Edison, during | seven years of research 1 ‘work, “before the origi- ’ nal Official Laboratory • Model stood perfected.. See daily demonstration. ' Send fqr book, “Edison and Music.” IT IS FREE. WOERFEL’S DRUG STORE SAWYER, .WISCONSIN Sawyer News. HOLVER N. STRAND DECEASED. Old Resident of Sawyer Died Tues­ day Afternoon Aged 78. sister, also survives, Mrs. Slgrid M. Netrost, of-Medford, North'Dakota. The funeral was held from th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 October 1920

•' / - . \" \"\" DOOR OOVNinr ADVOCATE, SroBflEOH BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 1, 1020. WISCONSIN HAPPENINGS Im p ortant Nevis of th e B adger State A rranged In Condensed Form The Master. Self Locking Differential Co., ^capitalized a t $250,000, has locat­ ed in N eenah and will commence m an­ ufacturing differentials and auto parts. H unting ducks w ithout a license proved costly sport for H enry W aller of P ortage county, who ,the game w ar­ den arrested .on a* duck- pond near Stevens Point, In county ctfurt .Waller pleaded guilty to a violation of state gam e laws and paid a fine of $50 and costs of $3. ’ An effort is being- m ade by Chair­ m an R. B. H art of the B arroh county board of supervisors to keep County A gent R. L. Cuff in th at county. Mr. Cuff has been a real live wire for1the county, and his services are sought by one of .the counties of Illinois, and he is prom ised a salary of $4,500 a year to go, w ith an increase of $500 per year for the next two . years. - R eport...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 October 1920

DOOR OOPSTO MIVOPAJR BTOBOEOS BAY. lflM-. OOTORKRI, 1M0. ' LOCALS Food Sale—To be iigld Saturday, Oct. 9 th in the Feldtnan building by the ladies of thfe Moravian church. Changes Hours — beginning to­ day, (Friday). the Western Union Telegraph closes at 8 o’clock In the evening instead, of 9 o’clock. “ • Forty Boors' Devotion—-A Forty Hours Devotion, beginning today (Friday* will be held at St. Josephs church, closing exercises to be Sun­ day evening. A .Ford Ball—There is to be a Ford novelty ball at Anton Paul’s hall in the near future at which a 5- ’ passenger Ford sedan will be given away. Missionary Meeting—-The annual thank offering service of the Mission­ ary society of the Congregational church wil be held at the home of Mrs. A. T. Harris on Tuesday after­ noon, Oct. 5th. I.O.O.F Social Tonight—The ball and card party under auspices of the Place Your Prescription in Our Hands— for Safety • When your doctor writes a prescrip­ tion for you he has only done so aft­ er'he...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 October 1920

DOOR I U H M M Marine covm^AitvocATE, BttmaEXm m rglm ^'oc. KRW8Y N0TE8 CONCERNING PEOPLE YOB KNOW A. N. Dier was in the city on busi­ ness Wednesday. Mrk. Ed Burr celebrated Her birth­ day. Monday entertaining a number of friends. -L: H . Nebel attended a meeting of Delco Light men at Green Bay on Monday. . ' ., Miss Barbara Soukup spent 'last Friday at Green Bay, returning home Saturday morning. Mrs. Fred Spttde spent Sunday at Manitowoc with her husband, who is employed there.. Mrs. .R P. Cody returned Monday evening from a- week’s visit with friends at. Marinette. S. B. Stedman, of Berlin, has been here this week, the guest of his brother, H. E. Stedman. Clyde Stroh left last week . for Delafleld to resume his studies at St. John’s military academy. Dr. H. Hendrickson and family of Green Bay spent Sunday at the home of Louis Strudk in Nasewaupee . Miss Genevieve LaMere left Mon-: day afternoon for Portland, Oregon, where she will spend the winter. x George Dunn was here from S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 October 1920

Door County Advocate Sintered at the Postoffice a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. Published By Door County Publishing Company ■ v. Incorporated. EyOry Friday a t Sturgeon Bayi Wis. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. • Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year, I n o rdering address changed, th e old aa ■well aa th e new addresa should b e given ■ Foreign Advertmnr Representative TH E AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 1 R e p u b lic a n R e c o r d o f W o m a n Suffrage. Amid all the rejoicing over ‘ the ratification of the equal suffrage .amendment, 'no one is losing sight of the fact th at it was Republican sup­ port th at made the submission and ratification o f . the amendment poss­ ible. Even the Democrats are not overlooking the fact, though they are trying to mislead the people of thp country, particularly the women, into the belief that the Democratic party is entitled to credit for the re­ sult. ....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 October 1920

POOB OOimTY APVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 1, lttgO. The Public School 11 COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS Through the courtesy o f 'th e management of this publication there will appear from time to time, under the above caption, brief discussions Sf local Educational m atters, to which public attention id respectfully in­ vited. The undersigned comes, to this community fully determined to do all in his power to m aintain the high standard already attained by the Public Schools o f Sturgeon Bay nad to increase their efficiency:— To continue every feature of ex­ cellence already developed and to introduce 'such new feature? as mod­ ern experience and sound Judgment 3hall dictate. It is readily conceded that the best results can not be reached w ithout the heartiest co- jperation of all concerned. The chief essentials of a good school are present: First: A group of clean, healthy, interested, industrious, and well dis­ posed children and young people. Second: A corps of thoroughly train...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 October 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, INUED ONE \"WEEK CONTEST CO . . ,r ®JCDBG^N :^ &:L _0t\\ * ' HOMAR MAES Green Bay ANNOUNCE FOR FALL 1920 a a very good showing of OVERCOATS and SUITS made by Hart Schaffner & Mar* Stetson Hats Lewis Underwear Manhatan Shirts. Goo Prompt attention to Mail Orders. your private'papers or.valua'bles may be. destroyed by firey stolen^by thieves, or ex­ amined by curious persons- OSlt in our vault they are protected from fire, safe from burglars, and accessible only to you. Rentals range from upward. MERCHANTS EXCHANGE BANK f T t T t T t T i T T t I I I f T T t T T More than th irty stories have been submitted during the last two ■weeks to finish the one published in The Advocate on September 17th, but it is felt by the judges th a t the majori­ ty were still in the hands of the authors.. Everybody in the county Will be given another opportunity to Bhow their \"ability as a story writer and to win one of the prizes offered by the Chamber of Commerce for ...

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 — 8 October 1920

VOLUME 5a Booma $ m M W t ■ i, NUMBER 29 STURQEON BAY ADVOCATE-— CONSOLIDATED-— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT' - - l a r g e s t c i r c u l a t i o n ' IN N O RTH EA STERN , WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1920. City Budget For 1921 Is $100,000. INCREASE OF $30,000.00. City Forced To Limit of Legal Tax Rate and To Levy Special Tax For School Purposes! f - V Rate This Year To Be v: v About Four. Cents. W ith all . the reports of reductions in the cost of. living which are prev­ alent now days, . there is not the slightest reason to suspect th at there will be a reduction in taxes. In fact, taxes in Sturgeon Bay are going up until they'w ill be almost out of sight, and while the condition here appears to be abnormal, Sturgeon Bay is not bit worse off than any of our neigh­ boring cities or the metropolises of this country. Cause of the excessive taxes this year is due to raise in cost .of ma­ terial and labor of the year just past, for which no provision was made in prev...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 October 1920

POOR COUNT? ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIB., OCTOBER 8, 1020. Sawyer News Old Settler Dies. pars Knmlson Dies At His Homo In Sawyer—Well Known Cattle Buyer, Pars Knudson, one of the old and ■well known residents of the county, died it his home in Sawyer on Sat- v jxrday, October 2. For a number of . yeats he was engaged In buying cat­ tle for the outsido market, and be- '•cam» widely known from the extreme north to south'end of Door county. He immigrated from Fyen in Den­ mark, in 1871 and came to Clay Banks where ' -lie lived until 1902, . when he moved to town of Forestvllle where he lived until 1917.. From there, he moved to Sawyer where he .resided at the time of his death. The 2nd day of October in 1874 he married Annie C. Nelson, who now with one daughter Marcella mourn the loss of a true husband and fath­ er. He leaves two brothers, H. Knudsen of Clay Banks, and J. C. Knudsen of Patterson, Calif. Mr. Knudson was bom the 11th day of March, 1862, being at the time of his dea...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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