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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 November 1920

, POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, stu r g eo n BAT, w ia.vyovK M B E R ao, County Treasurers Delinquent Tax List. JOSEPH WALSH Sale of June 11, 1918 For Taxes of 1917 of British T reaty With Reds I s Received a t W ash­ ington. IS OE FACTO RECOGNITION Agreement Provides for Resident . Trade Agents of Britain in Russia and of Russia in Britain—Im­ mune From Arrest, , Washington, ■Nov. 22.—In view of State department officials! virtual de facto recognition of the Russian Sovi­ et government. Is extended by Great Britain in the proposed trade agree­ ment between the two countries. A 'eopy has been received a t the depart­ m en t Trade Agents Provided For. The agreement provides for resident [trade agent or agents of Britain In {Russia and of Russia in Britain, con- ■ferring on them Immunity from ar­ re st authority to vise passports, to communicate by code and cipher, and ■|to “receive and dispatch couriers with |sealed bags, which shall be exempt Ifroin examination.” Premier Lloyd G...

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 — 26 November 1920

P O Q ao p p y re advoqatb, otitbgeon' bay, ift* ,- 1090. Marine News Lost About Half-Million Shipping Board Tugs AU Bold Now - By Government Taking Loss of $00,000 On Kadi Boot, i Disposition has been made by the ' government of all the tugs built here by the Smith company for the Ship­ ping Board. Purchasers of pome of the boats were previously announced, iftttt the complete list follpwB i * Bullock-—C. & 0„ R.R., Richmond va. K . ■ • ■ ' Energy—Jas. Y. Hughes, JL Y. Burro—Cornell Steamboat Co., Kingston, N. Y. ' • Bear—Cornell Stepmboat, Co., Kingston# N. Y. Bison—Atlanta Towing -pine, Sa­ vannah, Ga. Camel—Lambert Point Towing Line, Norfolk, Va. Ox—J. W. Sullivan ft Co., N. Y. Active—Division of Operation, Em­ ergency Fleet Corp. fofr own use. _ Lillgent—Division of Operaton. According to the present value of the boats the government lqst about a half-mllion dollars on the nine thgs. The contract price received by the Smith company was about $140,- 000 for each boat. ...

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

VOLUME • ■ i ' ■ v ■ , ■ u , “*)- \" „ n I ■- _ ''. . r •*. NUMBER 37 STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE TED BOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, W IS II)A V, DECEMBER 3, 1920. _ Held At Baileys Harbor FAVOR OF ORGANIZATION. From Northern Towns and SturgeonBay Dis­ cuss Retailers Organization and Enjoy Chicken' Sup- per At Canter Hotel. .\"of. the Sturgeon Bay Chamber of Commerce, together ■with retail dealers and other re- jnesentatives from the northern towns met in Baileys Harbor Tues­ day evening, and enjoyed the hospi­ tality of the retail Merchants of that village. The meeting was hsld in the din­ ing room at the Panter Hotel, its ob­ ject being to discuss-tlie question of of northern Door county the retail • division of the Chamher .of Commerce. After a. sumptuous cliicltGn feast served by Ija,ndlo^,' Panter, the ta­ bles were cleared and Fred Peterson of this city, acting as chairman, ask- . ■ai. that 'the roll be (called by every member stating his name, business and p...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 December 1920

DOOR COUNTY BAX, 7 F in d out If our claim s a re valid w th e New Ider well th a t in and aisle for th e personal favorites R eal- t e n T est listen to, th e New Edison to this test. W e claim th a t you,w ill feel th a t you are listening tq th e living a rtist. W e c la im . th a t the New Edison w ill give yon th e sam e em otions as th e perform ance of a living a rtist. A re o u r claim s valid? T h e R ealism T est is your te st it w ill tell you. Sawyer News. Woerfel’s Drug Store 8AWYER. WIS. Study Nursing at Marquette University Only N urses -T raining School in W isconsin g ranting U niversity d i­ plom a. T hree years course.. F ree tuition, board and room . Non-sec­ tarian . G reat dem and fo r g radu­ ates. Class Forming Dec. 1 to Jan. 4 Address, Superintendent, 200 8th S treet, M ilwaukee, fo r inform ation Mrs. Jo h n Helm holz left M onday m orning for Chicago. Chas. Goettelm an. left M onday af­ ternoon on a business trip. Mrs. Geo. Fellors w as here from Maple...

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

/ v | . ■ . . 1 • — , - Baileys Harbor Louis Willems, principal of the school here,,, spent Thursday at Egg Harbor. ' All of our high school students, both of Sturgeon Bay and Fish Creek spent the holidays a t home. ’ Ur. and Mrs. F. C. Blakefleld and family spent Thursday -with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schuyler of Egg Harbor. ’. Welter Amusement Club gave a show and dance at Schram’s hall last Friday evening. : A. A. Minor and daughters Mina and Mae of Sturgeon Bay !spent Thanksgiving with relatives here. J Jack McDprmott, our local cheese- aakor, spent the holidays at his home at Clay Batiks. : Misses Hahn and, Padock.of Stur­ geon Bay spent Friday In our midst on business pertaining to the Red Cross. ' Messrs. Cooney ‘Grovogel and Bernard, Boettcher autoed to , Stur­ geon Bay Tuesday on business com­ bined with pleasure. \" Capt. McGaw of the Coast Guard station here is the owner of a hew Hudson Sedan, having traded his Buick. Fred Bhirdo and son 'George left for the West shore la...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 December 1920

p o o n o o p y n r a d v o ca te , BAY, Wt8„ D K € » ^ B » M. F LOCALS Sale—The Moravian Ladies a food sale to take , December 11th. The will be announcedslater. m .v windows—The stores are i Christmas appearance, and ,._tty windows are to T)e seen i Cedar street. With Christmas but weeks away, holiday shopping are up in nearly all of the in the city and some of handsome. Window are very attractive and in the gift-line are on display. The Advocate is In of a postal card from E. P. Rennicke of South Kaukauna, stat­ ing that the Pox Club of Kaukauna would like to hear from teams wish­ ing to complete their ±$20-21 basket ball schedule. Picture of the North—-’fcjie law of the Yukon at the Opera day. night is claimed to be nfccwt In­ teresting than the usual run ofUdc- tures of the north country. There\\re plenty of thrillsxand a real fight wi considerable comedy. Pictures At Night—Riebold’B Stu- diohas been equipped wRh one of the latest systems of electricTighting for taging pi...

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

DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS,, DECEMBER 3, -1020. Make This a Jewelry Christmas Gifts of jewelry are more than gifts of the mo­ ment. They are constant reminders of the giv­ er’s thoughtfulness and the recipient canenjoy them for years and years. In our big stock you can find appropriate gifts for every member of the family. Yes, even the little tots! And givirig jewelry.is so much bet­ ter than giving a gift that-will sooh be for­ gotten ! Come, see the many beautiful gift selections we have to oficr you. Yon are not obliged to pur­ chase. ’ -‘I: GEO. DRAEB, Leading Jeweler Gifts That Last have the price always not a sale, but regular prices no baits or specials to draw .a crowd. :: Always get the Groceteria’s price first it’s «■ sure to be the lowest. • - uaker Oats, 35c or 5 large packages for.. . . . . ............$1,49 10 lbs. best quality Macaroni fo r. ..........'.____ . .$1.20 Syrup—White Karo, 10 lbs. for. . .... . V. ................88c Syrup—Dark Karo, ...

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

make better m m , H. EHDETS DBtJQ 8TOXUI CONSULTATION FREE TO THE SICK DR. HOAG,the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Disease* of Men, Women and children, and offers to all that will call on that day, data and during the hours given below, con sultatiop and advice FREE OF CHARGE Dr* C A. Hoag o f C hicago. HL# w ill b e in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday. Dec. 16, office hours 10 au m. to 7 p. m. 28TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE In the treatment of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. G. A.,:Hoag ofChicagomaintaina. An honest opinion and diagnosis always given. * iHe has to his credit many wonderful cores in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and other rectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump­ tion also throat and ear diseases. BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples^ Scrofula, Tumors, Goiters, Appendicitis Tetter, Eczema, F...

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

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STUBQBOy BAY, WEL. , • [Official Publication] i REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE STATE BANK O F FORESTVILLE located at'ForegtvlH e, State Of.'Wisconsin. a t th e close of business jflay of November, 1920, pursuant to call by the Comntlssloner of R E S O U R C E S , Leaps and discounts, including rediscounts— J----$369,673.49 ! Less rediscounts _______ ____ :_____ —— -----* Overdraft!! I - . I ■ United States securities owned— ___ :— __— ------------ —__ O ther bonds , B anking house _ _ _ _ _ F urniture and fixtures _ O ther real estate owned ______ Due from approved reserve banks- Cash Items—U. S. Liberty Loan Coupons. Cash on hand _______________ on the 15th Banking: 369.673.49 377.89' 11,550.00 .33,500.00 3,000.00 1,625.50 -4,000.00 ’ 16,213.47 172.98 6,760.25 Total. Capital stock paid ln_ Surplus fund ■ ___ Undivided profits L I A B I L I T I E S • «UVU VII IS i ■ i Hi..,...,.,,- n i .......... . .L e s s current expenses and taxes paid. Individual dep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 December 1920

POOR OOPNTY AD IOCATE. fiXtJRGEON BAS. W18^ DECEMBER 3, 1020. WAS FORCED TO QUIT HIS TRADE Milwaukee Man' M as So Him' Down- He Could Hardly Dress Himself. Feels Fine Noiv. •“Tanlac has helped me so much' .Fm thoroughly convinced it’ll, do all .that is claimed for i t , s a i d Jacob Zentkowski, 1061 13th AVonuc, Mil­ waukee, Wis. v ,!*\\ “For about lifteert years my storn- ’* * * . caused *. mo a \\y:orld' of trouble. .Everything! ate seemed to upset me and I would have terrible spells of heartburn. I would bloat up with gas, my heart, would ppund like an engine and affected my- breathing. : At tlmes I couldn’t eat anything but mg NOTICE \" The Door County Equity Ship­ ping .Association will ship Live Stock, Tudsday, Dec. 7tU. Bring in your live stock on the above date. Notify W. A. Gauerke, of wKat you have to ship]. Telephone 6I7-F-22. ----- Will also receive hogs for shipment. Boor Oo.. Equity Shipping Assn. W. A. GAUERKE, Mgr. • Telephone 199. ^taekersand milk. I was worried ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 December 1920

VOLUME NUMBER STURGEON ’BAY ADVOCATE——C ON SOLIDATED D 0 OR COUNTY DEMOCRAT a i s t o r i c a i 'ftoo®® MMHSORW* LA RG EST C IB C V U T IO V m NO RTH EASTERN W ISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, W1S., FKIDA Y, DECEMBER 10. 1920. T I|R ADVOCATES n n iN O S IT S A D V U ftTISEU S GOOD B E STTI/r* School Board Talks Saw* yer School mOUBLE ON ALL SIDES. Consolidation Not Progressing Very WellWhile New Build­ ing Will Be Harl To fin­ ance—City Is “Poor”— HardToBaiseMoney.. ’ Further discussion of the Sawyer school situation took place at the Meeting of the school board Monday Bight, but,nothing more definite was decided upon than a request be made the state department for a further extension of the time limit in which a new b-uilding can be provided. An­ other year’s time was asked. It appears that but little progress 1ms been made toward consolidation of the rural districts and Sawyer. While the proposition was developed eonsiderably ■ it re.ached a point where it was held up and since that'...

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

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, Sawyer News. School closes December 22 for the Christmas vacation. AntonCorbisier left Tuesday for Oconto ,to visit relatives and friends. A baby girl was born to Mr, and Mrs. Henry Schinktgen Sunday,.De- eejmbcr 5th. Chas. Goettelman returned home Wednesday after a business “trip out side for a week. ’ v ' Miss Emma Termnnson went to ’Appleton Monday morning where she will bo employed. Engineer Chas. Cofrfn has been home for about two weeks and is laid np wltlv a broken leg. Miss Sarah McQuaid returned to Wrightstown Monday after spending a few days with friends. . H. S. Humke returned to Sheboy- gan Monday afternoon after spending the week end at his former home. The Misses Rose and Alvina Simon went to Milwaukee last Friday where they expect to remain for the winter. Frank Knuth went to Milwaukee Tuesday on business and also to at­ tend the Implement Dealers' conven­ tion, Mrs. Robert H. Yitt has arrived from Detroit, Mich., and will spend a month with Mr....

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

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON ba y , W IS., DlicEMBEU 10, 1920, Marine News Canal Gets $25,000 According to estimates of Major general Lansing H. Beach, chief of •fie' army (engineers, in his annual re­ sort, the Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan Ship Canal should have an Appropriation of $25,000 in the next Avers and harbors bill passed by tfangress. According to the report the rivers and harbors and maintenance •will ■squire an appropriation of $78,- 00,000 for the fiscal year of 1921. The general recommended the riv­ ets and harbors total Of $57,206,715, supplemented by a sundry civil bill of The fish*tug Search was in from Detroit Harbor Tuesday with a load of fish for A. Kalmbach. The steambarge Barth arrived in port yesterday and will receive a thorough rebuild at the Smith ship- The government tug Industry was in port from Kewaunee a few hours Wednesday and Capt. LaPlante and engineer Wondrasek called on friends here, Tlj'e fish’tug Albert C. Kalmbach, owned by A. Kalmfmch,...

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 — 10 December 1920

POOR COUNTY APVi^ATB. STimoiBON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER10.1020. LOCALS New Dodge Cars—-Tho LaMere Motor Sales Co. received a car load of , fiye Dodge cars last week and three have been delivered. Fined F or Speeding—Wm. Theis was arrested Tuesday for driving an anto w ithout a license. and with, the fine and costs it amounted to $19. Brought Home Deer-—Leonard Conjurske was one of the lucky Door oounty hunters that b/ought home a deer, he arriving Friday w ith a fine 166- pound buck, killed up in Price county. New Autos Arrive— The Motor Inn Co. received three new Studebaker cars this week and they are on dis­ play at heir sales rooms. Mr. Caffee made a business trip to Milwaukee Monday. ' Dorcas Society—Mrs. Louis Nebet, Jr., will entertain the Dorcas society of the Congregational church next Tuesday evening, Dec. 14. All mem­ bers are requested to attend and are also requested to bring in the $1 pledged. , Late Plowing—Door county farm ­ ers have been able to plow la te r this seas...

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

DOOR COUNTY A R V O O irE, • tvis.,' DECEMBER 10, 1020. j: PERSONAL MENTION ’ : I NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW W I I H I » » » » Mps. C. B. Hart visited with cut this winter and Is looking friends in Qreen Bay the past week.. choppers. for J ob. Wolter left yesterday bn: a h&stness trip to-Milwaukee andChi- cago, \"■ Henry Gattie, .lighthouse keeper . Henry Hinricks of Baileys Harbor was a business visitor in the city on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Stegman and at Baileys Harbor, was in the city on children and Mrs. Frank Starr mot­ ored to Green Bay Saturday after­ noon and spent the following day visiting relatives and friends'. John Sternard of Whiteflsh Bay was in the city Monday. Mr. Stern- in | ar1 11 as Ashing for this season, and laid up his boat for the winter. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. B. D Thorp w ere up from Ephraim yesterday on -d shop­ ping, trip - Edward Jar map of Fish Creek was among the business callers the city Monday. . , „ . . . « - . . J -r r, |...

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

m Y - DOOR OOPNOT AD VQOAjpE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEM BERIO, 1020. MURDER REVEL YIELDS EIGHT DEAD Hatchet Weapon Used in Whole­ sale Killing on Da­ kota Farm. Turtle Lake, N. D.—Eight persons .'were found dead at the farm home of Jacob Wolf, three miles north of here, the\\ victims of a mysterious murder. THie dead: '\" Jacob Wolf and his wife .their five tiBtagbters, Bertha, aged thirteen Bdnn,'eight Mary, ten Lydia, live, and Martha, four, arid Jake Hofer, who was employed on the farm. Indication? are that the crime was committed in the kitchen of the Wolf home, and that the weapon used was a hatchet. The bodies of the mother, three daughters and the hlrbd, man were thrown into the cellnr by the slayer or slayers, and those of the )eath Miss Rose m Death Occurs In Chicago After Op­ eration Thanksgiving Day. Body • Brought Home. Miss Rose Elinor Appel of Sister Bay died at St. Marys hospital, Chi­ cago, Monday, Nov, 29th, the re­ mains being brought home Thursday of last wee...

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 December 1920

Door Comity Advocate B ntered a t' th e Poatofflce a t Sturgeon •Bay, W i8.,.aa second-class m atter. ‘ Published By Boor County Publishing Company Incorporated. Bvery F riday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wla. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Yefljr. In ordering address ehanged, th e old as well a s the new address shonld be given Foreign Advertising R epresentative THE AMERICAN PRESS'ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS., DEC. 10. Drop In Prices The Market Division has prepared some tables showing the downward tendency of commodity prices since October. These tables are compiled from figures received from all parts of the state and accurately indicate the trend of prices for the state as a whole. ~ , The difference betwben October and November averages on some of the farmers produce is as follows: Wheat from $1.95 to $1.75 per bush­ el oats from 55c to 51.9 cents bush­ el: corn from $1.14 to 94.7 bushel cattle from $6.28 to $4....

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

p o o r o o u trrr a d v o c a i b , s t u r g e o n b a y , w ib., D e c e m b e r 10, 1020/ NOT IN ON POTATO FRATERNAL ORGAN- PRIZE MONEY I IZATIONS ELECT P oor Countv E xhibit A t .Potato Show Officers Elected A t Several Pi-nternnl S hort Oti Q uantity-—Expect p i t - '. j O rganizations In S turgeon Bay, i te r R esults Next Yetvr. ' / - I . F o r Coming Y ear The W isconsin Potato Exposition h e ld ’in M ilwaukee is over and while 'Door county’s booth was by no.m eans a w inner, it is not because D oor coun- , ty cannot or does not produce a su- , p erior grnde .pt R urals. . The following grow ers from tlio jcounty attended the exposition last Week w ith County A gent Dailey and al declared they had received a lib­ eral \"education on potatoes an£ po- 'tato .showing: A. J .B r a h n , J. A. H ass. W. C. Powers! W . Johnson, V AugustCarlson. Door county w as cu t heavily on q uantity as only live an d three- ten th s bushels w ere in show condi­ tion after, shipm ent, w hil...

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

. ■. VOLUME 5 9 : ' NUMBER 39 r : S mS0 S p ITDEGEON BAY ADVOCATE -CONSOLIDATED- DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT „ LAR G E ST C m C P T A T IO N IN N O R TH E A ST E U N W ISCON SIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAV, BECEMBER 17, 1920. Settle Sawyer School Proposition SITUATION IS NOT CLEAR City Council and—Town Boards Will Vote On Consolidaiton Dec. 22—Benefits X)r Disad­ vantages To City Should Be Studied. Proposition of a- consolidated fichool in Sawyer will be definitely settled a£ a meeting of the city council and the town boards of Stur­ geon Bay and Nasewaupee to be held at the city hall at 7:30 o’clock Wed­ nesday evening, Dec. 22. . The tojvn boards and the council • will vote on the proposed consolida­ tion of District 5 Sturgeon Bay, Dis-r. tricts 1, rt. 3, 4, 5- '6, Jt. 8 Nase­ waupee, with. Sawyer, for school pur­ poses only.. ~r Members of the school boards, of the city and towns interested have been notified of the meeting and may appear and speak for or against the consolidat...

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

Sawyer News. Charles Stone m ade a business trip V Forestville W ednesday. M rs. John Templeton le ft Monday to r a vsilt w ith relatives in Oshkosh. -M rs. H erm an Taube Is visiting rel atlyes In M ilwaukee and Chicago th is week. Mrs. Edw. Aznoe and children of B etro it H arbor, a re vtftitinglM r. and M rs. P eter Tesar. V E rn est Bohn, who h a s been sail­ in g on the I. W. Stephenson, re tu rn ­ ed hom e th is week. ^ f - / C harles Beecham an d R asm us Cenes, who havebeen Bailing, have re­ tu rn ed home for th e w inter. Rev. H. N. Pfeifer w e n t to O reen Bay Monday to attend a m eeting of priests of the F o u rth Synod of th e B reen Bay diocese. The local m erchants h a te p a t In a supply of \"L utaflsk,\" this popular holiday fish so g reatly d esired by the Norwegians in th is locality. The hard w are firm o f W u lf & Thom pson has dissolved p artn ersh ip - and Alfred W ulf th is w eek purchased th e interest of T heodore Thom pson. The big fire sale a t' ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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