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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 October 1920

DOOR OOUNTYAD VOCATfE. STURGEON BAY, W IR, OCTOBER 22, 1020. OoorCountyAdvocate Entered at jthe PostofSce ait Sturgeon Bay, \"Wis., as-second-doss matter. Published By r H oot County Publishing Company Incorporated. . : Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay,. WIs. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year, . In ordering address changed, the old Oft w ell as the new address should be given Foreign Advertising Repreoentative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON'BAY, WIS., OCT. 22, Misrepresents Lenroot.. - Senator I. L. Lenroot declares th a t Senator LaFollette has misrep­ resented his position with respect to the Esch-Cummjns bill. He charges LaFollette with using one of his statem ents to produce a directly ■contrary impression. . “I am accustomed to fighting on th e square,” Senator Lenroot said, f’lf I cannot win this fight square and clean I don’t want to win it at all. There is no office in the United States which ...

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 — 22 October 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE,- STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTQBERS2, 1020. Chamber of Commerce Dinner. As long as the ladies have the franchise the men are going to give them every opportunity to express themselves in pub­ lic 011 questions of general importance Next Tuesday night at, 6:30 at the Methodist church parlors the Ladies Aid Society is going to give the Chamber of Commerce a chicken dinner ■'or 75c per plate. The members of the Woman’s Club and their husbands, and the wives of the members of the Chamber of Commerce are invited to attend the meetings. This is prac­ tically the only opportunity the ladies will have this year to sit at a regular business session of the Chamber of Commerce. A number of the ladies will be called upon for short talks. A few entertainment features are being arranged for so the even­ ing will be interesting for all. Phone your reservations to 303, the Chamber of Commerce office, as soon as possible. Authorized published by Women Voters’ Committee of Gardne...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 October 1920

VOLUME ^ 5 9 ''i i . ‘ ■'*,s' / ,: $ * ? ''' \" “ * ^ _r '- - .‘-A \"*'.” * '■-- ”.- 'v* • ITX7EGEON BAY ADVOCATE— OONSOMDATED——DOOE COUNTY DEMOOBAT wAi ^ *»*»** . NUMBER 3 2 » A t s s s s s f ’^ K ™ STTIROKPN BAY. WIS.-, FttlPAV . OCTOBER 29, 1920. T H E A O V O C A ’h s BR IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD REST7I/T9 5 & t e T a i^ ^ tie Higher. ■ COUNTY TAXES WAY UP. Conner Clerk 'Gets Apportion­ ment From State—Obnnty Mast Provide For FederaT i Boad Work and For Court House Addition. __ ^* r VICE-PRESIDENT OF RANic Ma r r ie s ^ Miss Barbara Soukup and John H. . Stewart Married Here Yesterday andLeavo For New York There is no relief from legal limit taxes offered th e ... city of Sturgeon Bay by the apportionment of state taxes just received-by County Clerk Beriache. While state taxes and special: charges are but .$4,000 high­ er jihan last year, the state,ran\" short of money in the automobile license fund and' the county is compelled to make up the differen...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 October 1920

, DOOR COUNTY ADVOC&XE, STURGEON BAY, WIB„ OCTOBER 29, ,1920. Sirtvyer News* Miss Rebecca Hitt visited friendB at Marinette from Sunday to Wednes­ day. - . ■ Tellif Knudson, one of our aged citizens, is quite ill at his home In Sawyer. Teweles & Brandeis are receiving potatoes quite lively In Sawyer and several car loads have been shipped. The dance given by the Pastime 'Club last Friday night was a big suc­ cess and the hall was packed to over flowing. . ’ Norman Olson motored to Mari­ nette Sunday to take his mother, Mrs. Mike Olson, there to visit her daughter. Carl Nelson and Julius Schjoth went to Green Bay Monday where they will be employed in doing car penter work. Capt. Fredrickson left for Mil waukee Monday to Join' the Ann Ar­ bor No. 4 after a short visit here with his family. The Y. P. C. will not have the Hal­ lowe’en social as proposed recently owing to the absence of some of the leading members. Adam Mashek and Howard Davis left Monday for Two Rivers wh...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 October 1920

'■ * * % w eb., OCTO B K B JW . 19fl. ■“ _ i v i . ' ^ ^‘i - i A 'W ife Knows Best \"Jo h n , p tts a tc take t NtauU od tratk. a n d ba -Xtotfr' l l & s £ k 'breakdown ~ _Builj yourself up now by-tatonR F o r H c-u lth . S t r e n g t h andjig} Mrs. Andrew 'Johnson is visiting at Manitowoc. * Mrs.p|. M. Valentine returned from Green Bay last week,\": accompanied by her BiSter. Mrs. Elyira Egeland left on Tues­ day* evening to spend the winter with hey sister, in Montana: ' \"'* ■ 0. C. W iisontie building a new dock for 'l sm all .boats . directly across th e road from h is place of business. ? Moravian Ladies Aid met with Mrs. O. M. Olson last Wednesday and with Mrs. E. S., Helgeson on Tuesday of- this week. f ' A gathering of citizens was ad­ dressed by a representative of the H. H. White Toy Co. of Sturgeon Bay, .on Monday evening, with the object Of establishing a branch factory in our village. ■■ ^ . v T o n i g h t — Tomorrow A lright NR Tablets stop sick hea...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 October 1920

- e LOCALS L • Held Sleeting — Attorney Jdhn: Reynolds and Mayor Elmer ..Hall bit Green Bay spoke a t Institute Monday night in behalf of Thompsonamd' Blaine.. r. '' Got. laito Start—The outgoing train Honday morning was two hours late fleavlng this city. Trouble was ex­ perienced .a t the. turn-table which caused the delay. ' Baby Boy—Ah assistant secretary ot the Chamber of Commerce arriv- *ed at the home of Secretary and Mrs. • Roy SchuknecbtTuesday morning and the baby boy and mother are doing nicely. Discussed Sunday School 'Work— -Dr. Thompson of the Sunday school koard of Chicago was at the Method ist church on Thursday evening ■ where Sunday school work was dis- cussed. V. New Secretary Eledted—At a re­ cent meeting of the E. F. \"U. lodge, Darrel VanDreese was elected as secretary to succeed Mrs. Arnold, re­ signed, and all members can pay their dues to him hereafter. Crowds of Shoppers—People from all parts of Door county and many .from Kewaunee county have been in th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 October 1920

‘ ’ g & s & a ta x M E N T I O N M ^O TN qTES OONCERNINO PEOPLEYOU SNOW M at R oeser of S ister B ay ‘was tran sactin g business In th is city o n T uesday. ' .A ttorney George W ing of K ew au­ n ee w as In th e city W ednesday on legal business. ' r '. M rs. A llen H iggins retu rn ed hom e W ednesday from St. . P aul, Minn., w here she had been visiting- rela­ tiv es for th re e w eeks. ' A ndrew Johnson^ a carp en ter of S ister Bay, h as m oved h is fam ily to th is city and w ill m ake S turgeon B ay th e ir p erm anent hom e. p-. - M rs. R. P. K ennedy w ent to G reen B ay F rid ay to m eet h e r husb an d w ho re tu rn e d S atu rd ay from a business: 't r i p to M innesota. - Sain Skippon, porter\" a t th e Con- ju rsk y tonsorial parlors, h a s gone to M ilw aukee, w here he h as accepted a position and w ill also atten d school M. Bt- Goff and E arl Johnson of ■ th e F ru it G row ers U nion have been, in New Y ork and o th er eas erh cities du rin g th e pres...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 October 1920

Hoof County Advocate Entered aitheP ostofficA atS turgeon Bay, Wis., as second-olaBS matter. . ' ' Published By Door County Publishing Company v Incorporated. ' Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. I) ■ i. . — . Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, §2.00 per Year. In - ordering address changed, th e old sis vrd l as th e new address should h e niven Foreign Advertiting Repreaeniativa THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCT. 29. Political Challenge Senator Lenroot on Saturday isstied the following challenge to .Senator La Follette: i Sir: I have just read your speech delivered in Milwaukee on the 22d. I find th at it is filled with plain unvarnlBhed falsehoods, de­ liberately made by you in your Vindictive hate of one who would not be your willing tool. You have lost all regard for truth, all sense of hohor. You parade in your magazine the motto, .\"Ye Shall Know the Truth, and the T ruth Shall Make You Free.\"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 October 1920

. .. ^ • \" - d o o r ootnygg a p v o c a t e , s t u b o ^Q K ' b a y , wig,. oc^imbb iaa. 1020. iA^Message to the Farmers Fronr a Farmer BY M. B. GOFF M. B. Goff, former County Agent of Boor County, prominent La Pol- lette Progressive, and member of all farm organizations in ttiis county, 'writes the following letter to Assemblyman Frank Graass: October 22. Mr. Frank. N. Graass:—- You asked me the other day ttf tell you what viras my attitude on your candidacy for the Assembly. I am glad to do this and an willing to state publicly in any way that will aid to.clarify thei issue of the campaign. I hope you are ire-elected. I say this not because of any deBire to say any thing derogatory concerning your opposition but with the feeling that, you can best represent DOOR COUNTY in the coming Legislature. My reasons are these: ' 7 First the matter of experience. Two terms in the Legislature cer­ tainly is a schooling In the , methods necessary to accomplish results which puts a haodlcap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 October 1920

DOOKOOUKTY ADVOCATE, SCTTRGBoy .BAIT, WIS., Oc t o b e r m « S S A R Â¥ TO PROTECT • Republican Congress Will * Be Able to Block Democratic Plan j J - of Internationalism. ? • ------------- By MILES POINDEXTER, .. Chairman, Republican Senatorial Coin mittee. Never befoie has the chief executive o f the nation openly proposed to sacri­ fice it, and asked the support of its own people to accomplish that object. Shall we sacrifice America? That is the issue in this campaign so de­ clared by President Wilson himself, in specific terms, on March 5, 1919. ‘ President Wilson represented to the European and Asiatic nations that he was authorized by the people of the TJnited States to commit this sacrifice by giving up our separate national fortunes and “joining our fortunes with the fortunes of men everywhere.\" He was not so authorized. Whether he or.his successor is to be so author­ ized, is to be determined in this elec­ tion. He cannot claim that the world government he proposes, u...

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

VOLUME 59 • • • LAUGEST CIRCULATION IN X O IlT H K A S T E n JrW IS CONSIST STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE-— CONSOLIDATED—--pOpl£COUNTY DEMOCRAT 7 STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, NQVKMHEK 5,1920. attia.'lOL*icaV.Bootts MAOISM WJS : t h e A d v o c a t e n n iN cs I T S A P y E R T IS E R S GO OD H E S V t/tS Coim tyOrganization Under Way* FRUIT MEN HAVE v WAY. Fruit Growers Union Will: Affili­ ate With County Commercial . , Organization and Work For Welfare of County-r—To Organize. Resort and ‘: - Hotel Men Next. The Jlrst and biggest step in the formation of a Door County Cham­ ber of Commerce was taken W ednes­ day .evening at a m eeting of the Board of Directors of the Fruit ’Growers Union and the Board of. the Chamber of Commerce’. The m ove that had its inception some tim e ago for an organization that •would be capable of handling the needs of the . entire county^ without disrupting the p resen t, organizations, such as the Union, the Apple Grow­ ers Association, the various com­ m e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 November 1920

POOR.OOPNTO ADVOCATE,, STURGEON BAY, WKk. NOVEMBERS, 1020 SaWyer News, John Brandt Married. . Ivor ‘ 'InsiiiessMiin Surprises EYionds By Bringing Home Bride, , John Brandt, one ol our prosper­ ous young business men, sprung a little surprise on his friends last ■week when he went to Morrill, Wis., and took unto himself a wife, and very few knew of his wedding until h e returned here Sunday accompani­ ed by his bride. The Merrill Bally ' Herald gives the following account of the wedding: “A beautiful wedding took place Tue-'lav afternoon. (Oct. 26) when Miss Florence Ha.ckbarth and John P . F^andt were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J . F. Brandt, father of the groom, as­ sisted' bv Rev. W. F. W agner. The brid\" was attended by her sister. Miss Laura Hackbarth, aB maid of honor, and Miss Sylvia Brandt as bridesmaid. The groom was attend­ ed by Herman Kuschel and Leonard Hackbarth. The bride wore a charming gown of white georgette over satin, a tulle vei...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 November 1920

PO PS OpPyry.APVOCATE, STPBQgOy BAY, WIS.. NOVEMBER 5,1020 STOMACH CATARRH' Causes mitoldi \" \"' '■**\"’ ' allol which is i ............. .. acts as tpJlckly and^surely on ea- ■■ faith of, the stomach end bowels^ sain coses of thatcommon^ farm, nosol, catarrh. A ___ ~ IN USE mmxms PTfixBfcisea a gooth- “fie. healing effect up- . ,_ir all mucoua liinn^. Belching gas, soar stom- Sch npusea, vomiting. ■Cramps, pains intho abdo- men,' diarrhoea, constipa­ tion aro all symptoms ,of a .Catarrhal condition In the ' Organs of digestion. , Don't suffer anotherday. r.It i8:needless and. danger­ ous. , Two gencrationa have • found Pe-ru-nn iust.tho .inedicina needed for such •disturbances, Sold'Everyw here ' T ablets o r Liquid C 0I?tSC STA TIO N DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treatB all Nervous and Chronic Disease* of Men, Women and children, and offer* to all th a t will call on th a t day, date and during the hours given below, con­ sultation andadvioe FREE OF CHARGE Dr. C. A...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 November 1920

LOCALS DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, SgPRGOEON BAY. W IB., NOVEMBER 8 1020/ Ten-round Givi—Betty Jane Ro- how, a ten-pound daughter, arrived a t the home of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Rohow on Friday, Oct. 29th. Dorcas Society Supper—The Dor cas society will give a supper at the hom e. of Mrs. Louise Dresser next Tuesday evening. The public is eor- cordially incited, Rnnunago Sale—Ladies of the M. E. church are arranging for a rum­ mage Bale, the date for which has not as yet been' decided upon, but will be announced later. Zone or Germany. . Hoard Sousa’s Band—A number of Sturgeon Bay people motored to Green Bay Tuesday and attended the concert given by Sousa’s band that Afternoon and evening. All enjoyed the great musical treat. Regular Luncheon—The Chamber of Commrece will hold its regular semi-monthly luncheon a t the Hotel Swoboda at 6:30\" o’clock next Tues­ day evening. All members are urged ta be present. M ore Fowls Arrive — Moeller’s Garage^ received another carload of Ford cars Wednesda...

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

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, Wig,, NOVEMBER 5,1020 * K 4 M l I *tk 11 »♦ »■♦♦« » »»■»♦ »»»H K » M PERSONAL MENTION I 205WBY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOt? l » » * M t » M H t H »»• «-■«-» » » c g., Jerald Kle]n of Milwaukee was a ■■ guest at Game g ard en Louis Jesfee's home over Suriflay. . Mrs. Eelos McCummlngs of Fish Creek was In the. city Monday, re­ turning home the same day. V Ralph A. Seaquist and John Ov Carlson of Sister Bay were business visitors in the city Monday. Lester Meverden, manager, of the Wisconsin Telephone. Co., was at Milwaukee first of the week on husi-| ness. • ' v ^ j Mrs. Helen Fritschler-Elwell, ,of ! Milwaukee, was. the guest of her j father, Herman- FrifSchfferi.. and daughters, over .Sunday. ' Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Spalshury, Mis3 v Anna Wagener and LfestsV Stedt were motorists to Manitowoc ■ last Saturdya, returning, the same day. • Miss Conley and Miss Dryer, county superintendent' and assistant^ resp...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 November 1920

% p o o r c o u n t y ^ v o q a t b ,' s t u r g e o n b a y , w ib .. N o v e m b e r 5,1 9 2 0 Door County Advocate E n te re d a t th e Postofflco a t S turgeon B ay, W is., a s second-class m atter, t 1. P ublished By Poor County Publishing Company Incorporated. Every F rid a y a t Sturgeon. Bay, WJs, H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. - Subscription Price, $2.00 per re a r. I n ordering nddrcss changed, th e old ■■ •well «s the new address should b e given Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOT. 5. Needs a House Cleaning, If the Republican party In the state of Wisconsin is to Continue to be a leader as a party in state politics in the future as it has in tire past, it will be necessary to have a most thorough house cleaning from gajr- , re t to cellar. It cannot afford to m is its state politics with the Democrats and So­ cialists and Non-partisan followers. Moreover it cannot expec...

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

DOOR COUNTYAD VO CA m WTOftOEON BAY, r WMh,\\- NOVEMBER 5,1920 «P The pocket book and the bank book is a hard team to beat when they play together.” Yon CAN save if yoa Plan to save. This kink wants to help yon save. Start TODAY. Door County State Bank Marine News Nj*M 1 1 8 H I 8 H 8 40-Acre Farm GOOD HOUSE, BARN AND SILO On Horse Shoe Bay Road MRS. VALENTINE BACH, Owner 1 Sale Begins at 10 o’clock Sharp. List consists of the following Personal Property: 1 team young Horses 4 Cows 3 two year old Heifers 2 one year old Heifers (all high grade Holsteins) 1 two year old Short Horn Bull 12 Pigs 80 Rhode Island Bed Chickens 10 tons Hay Green Oats Straw Chicken Peed,- consisting of Oats and Buckwheat Stove*Wood Wagon Sleigh Plow Drag Cul­ tivator Hhy Bake Mower Cream Separator Small Tools too numerous to mention New Fairbanks-Morse Pump En­ gine, Pump Jack Household Furniture Good New Range and Organ, and Brand New piano. Terms—$10 or under, cash over $10, ne­ gotiable paper for bala...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 November 1920

DOOR ADVOCATE, BTDBGEOy BAY, WIS., NOVEMBERS. 1930 - . iToklo Recalls All Ambassadors f of a Retiring Disposition, * Says Report. {Desires to Keep Japanese Claims in • - the Forefront of International Af- ■V fairs—Refers Particularly to j ^ Race Equality Question.' Loudon, Nov. 1.—That Japan is re­ calling all her ambassadors of a re­ tiring disposition and replacing them with strong, assertive men who will make vigorous efforts to keep Jap­ anese claims in the forefront of in­ ternational affairs is disclosed by the Well-informed London correspondent of (he Liverpool Post. The correspondent says: “Krorn a member of the Tokio corps .diplomatique at present on leave in London I gather tlmt the recent ex- : tensive changes made in the principal Japanese embassies had a great politi­ cal significance. Indeed, they indicate on the part of the directors of Jap­ anese policy an entirely new orienta­ tion. Not Aggressive. “Doth Viscount Chimin, who was {formerly in London anfi M. ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 November 1920

VOLUME 59 , •VQCJLTE N“r STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE— -CONSOLIDATED— -DOOB dOBHTY DEMOCRAT | MAOISM WI8 :1S LARGESTCIRCULATION V n NOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STXJkGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDA V, NOVEMBER 12,1920. TOE ADVOCATE BRWroS, ITS ADVERTISERS GOOD RESULT*, G O O D S C H O O L WEEK NOV. 14-20 ' American Legion Has Program. MOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES. Serge Crowd At Opera House In Morning—Legion Has Banquet and Dance In Evening—Ex- : orrises At School, - A rm istice Day, yesterday, w as ap­ p ro p riately observed and celebrated Sere u nder th e auspices of th e A rchie l*ackshire P o st of The A m erican Le­ sio n M em orial services w ere held in th e opera house beginnng sit 11 • ’clock yesterday m orning, th ere was . a b an q u et fo r the Legion m em bers a t J . o’clock in th e evening and the day •a d e d w ith a dance at P a u l’s hall In th e morn.ing th ere w ere exer- a f . the school in com m em ora- Mon of th e day T. A. Sanderson and W . E . W agener addressed the pupils »f th e ....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 November 1920

POOR OOPNTg .ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8.. NOVEMBER 12, 1020. Sawyer Neiivs. Mrs. Frank Kester.was a.caller at. Greon Bay on Monday. Noel Abrakanison left Monday for Madison to attond the University. •’\"\"ilTMn Co. shipped a hay press to Berlin, Wis.t by rail on Mori- d t 1 Mrs. Anna Hunt, who has been in poor health for some time, is quite ill at this writing. Inland Wulf has been very ill again and Miss Kreitzer is attending him. : MSsb Isabel Sloan'visited relatives and friends in Forestville and Green Bay this week. It is expected that Dr. M. O. Bentley will be removed to his home from this hospital this week. Calvin Blisch, who recently moved’ ‘ here from Minnesota, now occnpies the Keogh residence. Sawyer merchants have received their Christmas stock and same will be on display in a short time. The Sawyer postoffice iB still look­ ing for a larger place and there “ seems to be nobody to fill the need. Miss Natalie Bebeau and her * friend Miss Lila Burns spent from iFriday to...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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