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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 November 1920

DOOR OOONTir ADVOCATE, STft&SEOX BAY, W IS... NOVEMBER 12, 1020. FOOD FOR THOUGHT One of Several Articles of Enlightment to Appear Weekly on .Industrial Possibilite* for Sturgeon Bay. . “Whatever successful activity enters a city as a constituent part of that place, whether agricultural, commercial or industrial, it ele­ vates it, brings to its people both collectively and individually, great­ er prosperity and progress. It is the man with the far seeing vision—the man who takes in the future possibilities of a situation regardless of all minor details and mile posts between, who brings the greatest good to his fellowmen.' Sturgeon Bay is beautiful^ situated, not only for its scenic attract­ iveness but for its cotnmercial possibilitiesf The fourteen central states who are agitating the \"Lakes to Ocean” waterway are bound to bring this to pass and this will ere long, bring the great ocean liners to our door. - We may then, with­ out transfer load our goqds in steamerb’that ...

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 — 12 November 1920

... T . -v\" 'V.T.’V'7~^ v -*-VIv'.vV. ' Y. '/• POOR 30tfNW ADVOCATE, STURflBOK BAY. WI&, r&lii !te LOCALS Baby Girl—Eli Stegman, sheriff ' elect, is all smiles, not over his. suc­ cess at the polls, but over the ar- . rival, of a baby girl tit his home Sat­ urday.' ..... ~~ ■ - Big Feed—Members of the Twenty Club enjoyed a six o'clock supper at their club rooms Monday night, that evening being opening of tlie bowl­ ing tournament. ^ ' Supper and Sale—The ladies of- St. Josephs church have arranged a sup- |»er find sale to be held next Tuesday, .Nov. 16th, in the church basement. Everybody cordially invited. Jensen Funeral Today—The -fu- .neral of the late Mrs. Lars Jenson, who Idied in Hainesville Tuesday, ■will be held today, Rev. Austad. of the Sawyer and Hainesville Norwe- ' gian Lutheran churches oJBciatlng. Reserved Seats—Reserved1 seats . for the Zoellner String Quartet, which appears at the Opera House Monday evening, can be secured at the office of the Chamb...

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 — 12 November 1920

PERSONAL' MENTION i s NOTES CONCERNING ’ *• DOOR COUNTS dmvOCATE* 8TUIU3EON BAT, TM8., S »♦ » ♦ » • I I I k n o w : Joseph Hoslett Re-Elect ed Chairman. FRIDAY BILLIE B ‘Sadie and Pathe Newa. * REPORT OP COUNTY AGENT SATURDAY B. W. Griffith V Production ' . Clift -Wright pent Sunday here visiting his mother and family. J. 0 . Ollinger returned yesterday from a business trip to Chicago. Dedrictt Peters left on a business trip to Chicago first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Shilbauer of Al- goma were motorists in. the city last ' .Friday.:':--' Godfrey Nelson of Baileys Harbor was a business visitor in the city ' Monday. Mrs. Morgan Smitli'has returned to Green Bay after visiting relatives here for several weeks.. Mrs. Jennie Reynolds and Airs'. Mels Nelsoh are visiting Mr. and Mrs. €bag. Reynolds in Manitowoc.: • George Washburn wds at Milwaufl fcee during the present w eek in at­ tendance at a Masonic meeting. Rrln. E. C. Gotham\" returned .Sat- ^urday, having been at Milwau...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 November 1920

COUNTY AIPVOOATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS.. NOVEMBER 12, 1080. ■: **** t w w m m 11 ii if f r w * y & m m m m arketing is t h e REAL PROBLEM Director Nordman of Division of Markets Urges Consolidation of Equity and Fann Bureau. ' Our bank is at your service. We invite your business and J ’ .\"will gladly give you every assistance in your money matters. J The good names and the fortunes of reliable, well-known \"men are behind our bank. I Come in. We shall welcome you and make you feel at \\ home. . ■ | BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. 1 BRANCH AT SAW YER' ’ / ! :f ■ y HENRY FETZER, President JOSEPH WOLTER, Vioe-Pres. ■ J. H. STEWART, Vipo-Pres. R. O. KOEHN, Cashier J. C. WEITERMANN, Asst. Cwblw . B. J . K E IT H , M anoser, SAW YER BRANCH D I R E C T O R S c H enrjr F c t u r , J o u p h W olter, R og er E n to n g h , w . B. W egener, W m . Jesa, D r. A. J . K reltcer, R alph Je n q n la ,, W W I W W W W M H W « W * « W W W W W » H 4 H Potatoes Wanted! ? T...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 November 1920

d o o r ootrwnr a d v o c a te , s tfip iO N bay, wib^ N ovem ber ia, 1& 20. Door County Advocate Btatered a t the Postofflco a t Sturgeon JJay, Wis., as second-class matter. . Published By tpor County Publishing Company ■. Incorporated. . ■very Friday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. • H.- J. SANDERSON. Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. I® ordering address changed, the old an nrell as thenew address should be given : -.ForeignAdvertizingRepreieotathrn. THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WJS., NOV. 12.^ Legislature Meets In January. The passing of the election brings the legislature to Madison next Jan- nary. The first contest will be over the speakership. Assemblyman Riley S. Young of W alworth county, the speaker a t the last session, will again be the candidate for the speak­ e r a t the hew house. Re will be op­ posed by W allace Ingalls of Racine. A r.Jn g a ls has served one term in legislature and is well k...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 November 1920

p o o r o o p im r AP vooA ra, , g r o s z y bay, tfts.. N ovem ber ig, %£» o s i:^ ' t •*t 1* j , f .♦ ? - f i # : f ■ T : f ifTf i -f: T f - f T Although we are celling everything in our store at fromlO to 30 per cent discount is not a reasonthatjwe i have bought at a reduction, hut we are giving this discount out of our profit in order to meet the expectation of the people wjtio think that everything has come down .because some things have been reduced Another reason for giving this reduction is to meet the farmer who also has to sell his grain for less this fall* It is a readjustment period and we must forget personal gains. ' ’ . ,, ' We will give lower prices and make reductionsuntil such time when conditions are adjusted. Our past few weeks of selling has made some wonderful impression on our stock and lines are getting reduced and a few weeks reduces your selection — Come before the best numbers are gone. 10 to 30 PCT. OFF on anything you buy and a number of Specials a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 November 1920

m m m VOLUME, . 5 9 f t 1 : • N O iilii 3 5 -• • UROGgTCIBCDUTtON : W. IfOHTHEASTERS fwiSCOK^IN- Men and a Woman Electrocuted. *8ftR OFF BRIDGE ON WIRES. Rrasfiels Couple Doming To City After Diamond Ring and Marriage License the Vic- i tims—Nephew of the Man Also Killed. Three people were electrocuted on tfte toll bridge Tuesday night in the worst tragedy ever to happen in Sturgeon Bay. The automobile in 'which they were Tiding wept thru the railing of the bridge 100 feet . from tiio Sawyer shore and lodged 'the electric light wires, tearing the Insulation, breaking the wires and charging the metal body of the : -ear with the' 2,300 volts which the . -wires carried. V ,• The dead are: : .t Idiss Louise Zander, of Manitowoc, aged 25 years. _ ' ib ’th'ur.pelwIcHe.Yof Brussels, aged 31' years. j Clem Denil, of Little Sturgeon, aged 17,years. \\ ' Delwiche and-.Mlss Zander were ^igaged.tobe married and were com- ■ tag tp flie city after a diamond ring } dhd a marriage license. Denil ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 November 1920

7,'m Sawyer News. NATION WIDE DRIVE, D ining the third week ift Novem ber n nation wide drive will be made for funds to toed'the underfed and ''starring\" Children of Europe by the N ational Committee for American Re­ lief Administration undor the di­ rection of Mr. Hoover. W isconsin is requested to give ?750,000. ■: Mr. Kernoy, the state chairman, in W s request for co-operation, says: • \"My heart is deeply sot on the suc­ cess of this campaign. The little ones o f Germany have thus far been neg­ lected, in any public cnmpaign in this State. It is my desire that the work should, as far as possible, not be con- ffned to people of German ante­ cedents. There should- b e a joining of hands on the part of a ll th e people Of evpry nationality, with, th e fullest co-operation and good w ill, regard- : |« 8 of what individual view s were . held during the heat and excitem ent •f the war.” Tho undersigned is therefore w ill- i» g to receive and deliver to the proper authority a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 November 1920

LlFlret, Publication o c i 29, 1920—w61 -'^-Bt&teof/^W lsconrin, C lrc n ltC o u rt, ■»*or County. •fcris. Spillo—Plaintiff., M aurits Larson—Defendant. • ' SH ERIFF SALE. .' ' \" By v irtu e .of an,execution Issued out • f a ttd u n a o r th o is e a l'o f th e {Circuit 4)»urt in and for the County of .Door and rdf .Wisconsin, upon al judgm ent - MMidered in Justice C ourt on the'A rd of January, 1919, and docketed in said C ircuit Cour,t on th e 6 th day 4$ January, 1919, in an action w herein Chris. Spllie is plaintiff i and M attrita Aareon is. defendant in favor o f • the - ffMd plaintiff and' ag ain st M aurltz liar* is: defendant,*: for the sum of One . Jtiundred Eighty-O ne:D ollars and Elev- ' #» Cents (9181.11), which execution w as directed' and delivered to m e as Sher- iNK in and. for said County of. Door, X £*ve levied upon all the right, title an d i.th e following grsoni e rest of the said defendant, .Maurltz ' \" In and to the following des- #-ibed real pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 November 1920

LOCALS : R um m age Sale—The ladles of th e M ethodist church are conducting a “ rum m age sale in the Feldm an build­ in g today and tom orrow. . G reat Success—Ladies of St. Jo ­ sep h A ltar Society cleared $g6S at th e supper and sale given by them T uesday evening. The supper and sale •was held in the basem ent of the church. - W ood Scarce— There never has been a. tim e in Sturgeon B ay w hen wood was as scarce as it is a t the p resent tim e, and the price so high. Good body m aple is selling fo r $14 and $15 per cord. Moving House—-Thos. Tollefson purchased one of the old houses from Leathern & Smith, which has been lo­ cated 011 th e dock property, and Mike W elter has moved it to a lot in the Pimrey tra c t in th e first w ard. Ice S kating E arly— The L ittle Lake froze over last w eek and the young people had tlielr first skating on Sun­ day. The bay skim m ed over • about an-inch thick M onday night b u t was broken up by fish boats the next m orning. - 1,250 Li...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 November 1920

j PERSON A t MEN T I ON ■ j •: V -'- , door county 8TUBGBON BAY, WI&. sUS XOVEafiBERlO, 1020. BS5TSS R i l i i i i l t i n t H « i i t » i t i » i » i i n r i l Educators KNOW i. N E W S Y — « * ■ »+'■ ' NQTEB OONOEENINO PEOPLE =.N. E . Nelson. o£'C lay B a n k s w a s a /b u s in e s s v isito r in. th e city T uesday: W m . .H erm ann of Clay B anks w as a -business v isito r .in th e c lty /S a tu rr - day. - M artin Jisch k e of S ister B ay w as a husinesB caller i n the: city /W ednesr day.- , , 5 W alter H anson, who is em ployed • by th e F t. H ow ard P a p e r Off., was hom e over Sunday. / . '-. C .R . Blood w en t to Chicago, T ues­ day on business connected w ith his p ate n t au to steerin g w heel. ‘ . ,i. M rs. F ra n k P avlicek of A lgom a • spent ^W ednesday w ith h e r daughter,.- M rs. H. J. Sanderson, of th is city. . M r. and M rs. II. L. P eterso n have been 'sp en d in g th e p resen t w eek in .M ilwaukee an d ,o th er, outside cities. Jam...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 November 1920

PO O R COUNTY ADVOCATE, BWnBQBON BAIT. m f L , NOVEM BER ' Boor' County Advocate W atered a t the Postofllco a t Sturgeon : . Bay, Wls., as second-class m atter. PubllBbed By Door County Publishing Company Incorporated., E very Friday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls, H. J. SANDERSON. Mgr. A ddress.all com m unications to Door County Advocate Subscription Price, $2.00 p e r Y ear. Xa ordering address changed, .the old as Srril as the n en address should be g iv e s Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION 8TURGEON BAY, W IS., NOV, ID. As one resu lt of th e N ovem ber ■Congressional elections, th ere w ill be a woman in the House of R epresent­ atives, the second in th e history of t i e United States. T he new Con­ gresswom an w ill be Miss Alice M. Robertson, of M uskogee, O klahom a. Miss R obertson is a business wom an, engaged in con d u ctin g ^ very success- fiat restaurant, whose p opularity is due largely to her personal m anage­ m ent. H er election over...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 November 1920

JUVOCA!l» g«CPOE0N BAY, W » £ 10, 199ft. I I I H i m i W I I I M 1 1« I I I M M »»l _ Liniment should be kept,, bandy for aches and pains -- rHY wait' for a severe pain, an yaeh ei-q .ih et^ lowing exposure, a sore muscle, ca, oslumbagotoinake yoliquit :/ 3 5 ^ when you ehould/bave Sloan's . THimr nt hanay to . help curb it and i l*^yoaactive,^dfit,andbntheiob? v ^ n g t j t o r i t }feenelrates F Eratifying.clean.proroptrelief foIIows.Sloan^aLirilmentcouidn't .. -thrgq aizea~the largest is-t^e 6 economical. 350, 70%i t AO. n im en t u n . ■ ..... th e re tsn t rooin on tbe kamo toe tor » ' lend two or three drops Ot’■QeU-lt,’' toomoorlsap.shrtTels and peels pff toflngftM m o iiilif Biit'Oflii b fd oifwe rroeooUhal, e*n*t teein. ^tB«eC om CM M e^UM HCd»4tM . i aOttioUy w onder w hether i t can be th a ty o a w e n t alon e .tor m onths ^In a euoh mlsOry w hen you could S hadsU oh eaSy'and quick relief.' Do i d oub tt P rove I t a t o u r risk.- T our ev cheerfully refu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 November 1920

Wreck, of Steamer Widlmy :■ S? .ult Ste. Marie, Midi,, Nov Ho a captain set out in u small boat in the face of a raging lltke storm in •Sin.effort to attract aid for his sliip and. crow, fast, aground 011 Piincake Shells, one of the most dangerous poiiUs 011 the Great Lakes, was beiug told 'here today by rescued: members 1 o f the Becker line steel freighter Francis J. Widlar. Twenty-two of the thirty-three members of the crew were landed here last'night by the tug Iowa, which set out from the Soo and the remainder of the crew is be- ‘ ihg brought to port by the steamer Ain-worth, which stood by the ibwa. The Widlar grounded bn the shoals bn the Canadian side of Lake Super­ ior Friday night. The crew gathered '.in the forward cabin and were with­ out food until late on Saturday, the waves which broke over the vessel, making it impossible to go astern for .supplies. ■ Alexander Stevens of - Ashtabula, Ohio, steward, venturtd out late on (Saturday and after narrowly escap­ ing ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 November 1920

VOLUME \"^59: v- STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE-— CONSOLIDATED-----DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT (.tia to eica l R&oms MADISON WIS NUMBER x 36 ■LARGEST C m ctn^A T IO N NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS.. FRIDA V. NOVEMBER 26,1920, T H E a d v o c a t e : b r i n g s IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E S V l/m County Taxes Are Moire Than Last Year. VOTAL BUDGET $222,755. • ly Taxes Sli^itly Leas Than At First Figured--Highest Bate la Third' Ward—Bate Less Than $40 a Thousand . While the Btate and county taxes are over $19,000 more than last year (he valuation of the county has also increased considerably and the dis­ tribution of the increase in the tax budget causes but a small difference i» the individual district taxes over 1019. As a sonsequence the city tax rate is slightly less-than sup­ posed at the time the city budget ■was adopted. j ‘The total state and county tax amounts to $222,755.08 as against $203,401.02 in 1919. Of the total tax the city of SturgeoA Bay pays about one...

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 — 26 November 1920

I DOOR OOPNTO ADVOOAJR, STPBOEOK BAY, HUB.. NOVEMBER 26, 1020. Sawyer News. OBITUARY. The following obituary, altho . Bomewluit late, will be of in terest to xnany of our readers in Sawyer and Vicinity: Mrs. Lavs Jensen was bohi in K ragero, Norway, N oy.iri, 1841. H er maiden name being Caroline Nelson. Jn 1S6S she.jwas married to Lars Jensen, who still survives, lier. They crossed the Atlantic in the spring of the same year in a sailing vessel, rseven weeks being required to make the trip. They located in Green Bay, and lived there 16 yeare. B ight chil­ dren were born to them while living there, one dying in its infancy. Thir­ ty-six years ago they Caine to Door 1 countv and bought the farm , which isjBtill their home, located in Haines- viile. Three of the rem aining chil dren having died, K atherine, Peter and Harry. She is survived by her husband and four children, Marie, Cornelius and . John of Hainesville, and Rev. J. M. Jensen of Belniond, Iowa. She has also two brothers ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 November 1920

POOBOOPNTY ADVOCATE, grtJRGEOX BAY, WIS* NOVEMBER 26, lttSOf. THE TRAINING SCHOOL ■■ By ',, Viola Behling and Adelle DeVillers. Mr. A. A. Thompson, the State Rural Supervisor, visited the Train­ ing School Tuesday, Nov. 16. He gave us an excellent talk during the Assembly period. Miss Adams and Miss Griffin at­ tended ah evening meeting at the Slovan school last Friday. Miss Laura Densow is the teacher. One of the features . they reported was the ex­ cellent spirit in Which the people en­ tered into the community singing. Miss Herald left Thursday evening to give a talk at the Hilltop school, taught by Miss Mimmie Fandrei. On Friday she visited schools in the town of Sevastopol and spoke at the White- fish Bay school in the evening. The latter school is taught by Mr. Alex Meunier. Mr. Larson attended a meeting in the Maplewood school, Wednesday evening, Nov. 17. . The training school closes Wednes­ day afternoon for the Thanksgiving vacation. In order to accommodate student...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 November 1920

Dofcto county adv LOCALS Finger—-JUlltis Rohr, sec­ tion foreman for tHeJ A. & W. Ry„ broke his thumb anif first finger Mon- n jr while cranking ilie engine of the hand car. . ! • , • R egular Mecting-HThe Chamber of Commerce held its regular luncheon Swoboda Tuesday afternoon, lee presiding in absence of Scofield. Division — Henry of this city haB reported i a recruit at Camp Lewis, Wash- jn assigned to the Division, regular army, for another, for the starving children of tral Europe, add one for the needy children of Armenia. The Christmas] sale ip about to start, Door eoun- ty will subscribe its quota for/ - th e starving children of the foreign tries, but some of the lather drives will probably be short. ■ 1 Sugar Beet Shipments—The crop of sugar beets grown north of the city having been about all delivered at the local loading station, the work] of reloading about 26 car loads th at have been piled in the old mill yard at the foot of .''Spruce street was* commenced Monda...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 November 1920

IftlH l l « ,l »I H f t i n i l t l l K l I | M H I I H t H 11111 1 111 I I I » PERSONAL MENTION i NEWSY NOTES CONOEBNINO peo ple you kS o^ * ♦ # » ! i ♦ ! » » » ♦ ! * » » ♦ I » 1 1 'Attorney Grover Stapleton is spend- ii^ the week end in Milwaukee. . • Sol Teweles returned home from Milwaukee Wednesday for Thanks­ giving. , Dwight Knutson, who is attending Oshkosh Normal, is home for Thank­ sgiving. E arl Johnson w ent to Green Bay -Jesterday, where he will spend a few d ay s... ■ ’ . . . Herm an' Stoever of Sister Ba£ wah a viBitor in the city on Friday of last week. Mrs. H arry A. Evan3 returned on Friday of last week a t t v a live weer visit' in Michigan. H arry A: Evans left T uesday for an extended’ western trip oh o:n- mcrcial business. Judge Jacob Dehos and w ife.w ent to Green Bay yesterday to-visit rel­ atives for.a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Elwell. ar­ rived here from Milwaukee Wednes­ day to Visit relatives a few days. Robert Stedman, who ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 November 1920

fruiniv AHvneafo at the Postofflco at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., ^ ^ 0 0 ^ ^ 1 0 3 3 matter. Boor County Publishing Company Incorporated. Every Prlday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year, la ordering nddreu changed, the old an w*B an the n n r address should be given Foreign Advertising RepreKntariv* THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOaATlON STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOV. 26. Acted Too'Hastily. Meeting on the morning following the accident on the bridge Wednes­ day evening of last week, which re­ sulted in loss of three lives, the county board passed a Memorial which reflected upon officers of the city of Sturgeon Bay in regard to properly safeguarding the lives of those crossing the bridge. Immediately following an accident of this kind, it is natural for people to think and want to act along lines to prevent a repetition of such a trag­ edy. Such was the intention of mem­ bers of the county board, when they u...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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