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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 February 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAX, WI8„ FEBRUARY 18, 102*. Door County Advocate Entered a t th e Postofflce a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as secofid-class m atter. Published By Soor County Publishing Company Incorporated. E very F riday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. I t J. SANDERSON, Mgr- A ddress all com m unications to D oor C ounty Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. In ordering address changed, the old «uk well as the new address should be given Foreign Advenmns Representative - THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, W IS., F E B . 18. E m m a G oldm an, who Is over th ere a n d know s all ab o u t it by personal experience, says th a t she w ould ra th ­ e r be in ja il in A m erica th an free in Soviet R ussia. Y et som e of o u r p a r­ lo r B olshevists keep on Insisting th a t w e cannot be saved unless w e^adopt Bolshevism and all its w orks. • B usiness in terests w ill strongly op­ pose Gov. J. J. B laine’s $6,000,000 g rad u ated su rta x on incom es above $5,00...

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 — 18 February 1921

him door county advoca W , Sturgeon ba n . w ib., Fe b r u a r y i s , le a i. Mrs. Fanny Hendricks Dies Suddenly tlds county with v his only sister in 1867. He was one ot the earliest settlers In the town of Liberty Grove where he engaged in farming for 45 years. In 1873 he .married Wilhemi- ena'Stoewer who died-in 1886, hav­ ing been mother of eight children FRANK SCHMIDT IS CALLED Had Lived HereFifty-Four Years. Body of Mrs. McDermott Brought Here-^Joseph Su- | chey Passes Away Mrs. Fannie .Hendricks, sister of H. C. Scofield, was found dead lying on a couch at her home Tuesday everting shortly after 7o’clock. While she had not been in the best of health tot .Some time past her condition bad not been considered serious. Mon- day :ev#ing she was down town and even\" On Tuesday had been up and about v the house ' but occasionally lying1 down for awhile. She had not been to the supper table and after the evening meal when members of the family went in 'to see her she had passed awa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 February 1921

VOLUME 59 f jUstori c*l Booma ' ij mmw m.:y A- NUMBER 49 U K G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N IN N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDA V, FEBRUARY 25. 1921. T O E A D V O C A T E B R IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E S B M P i Chamber of Commerce Making Big Strides GREAT MEETING TUESDAY Large Attendance and Many Im­ portant Matters Taken Up. Experimental Farm. Again.' :y Country Club Project Pro- , . • gressiig—Talk On Traffic Eervice ' Another im portant a id largely at­ tended dinner.-meeting. of the, Cham­ ber, o f Commerce w hs'beld 'Tuesday evening at .the . H otel Swoboda at •which it was again demonstrated that the local bu sin ess'm en’s^f association is a live organization \"and is 'recog­ nized as such It eyidently.bdlieyes in the hew national slfwa^ that \"1921 \"Will Reward Fight efs,” ’and that Sturgeon Bay is. to get .its share by going after all new business. . Members, of t h e : city \\cbuncil and U tility commission were., present,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 February 1921

DOOR OOUNOT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, TO&, FEBRUARY 25 1021. Which Will You Be A certain man.hid liis money in his mattress. One day the house was burned and all within destroyed: Another man invested his money in stocks'on which he was promised a large income. He received “ one” dividend. Will'you be either of these men, or do yon want an investment that is firm, an investment that does hot fluctuate—-an investment always and ever worth 100 t '-cents on the dollart \"When you invest your money m an account with this bank you have an investment that NEVER depreciates in value, and can get your money whenever you want it. \"We pay 4 percent interest on Deposits. . State Bank of Maplewood th e Fanner’s Bank v Sawyer News. Mrs. Edw. Bebeau visited relatives in'Manitowoc and Milwaukee during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heald left Tuesday for Gillett, Wis., to visit relatives for several weeks. Mrs. P. A. Schafer returned to- Chicago Tuesday after visiting rel­ atives here a sh...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 February 1921

DOOR c o u n ty AD..gyM Koar«mnXg ‘ar.T.vooA v e rR U A ry 25 1021. atohicto help renew the zest' of life and that snap that de­ notes vigor arid strength, take | SCOTTS | EMULSION I Its rich, tonic-nutrient | properties can be I a large factor in | restoring strength and building up the body. Scott &. Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. ALSO MAKERS OF - Kl-HOIDS (Tablets or Granules) E°5 INDIGESTION 20-28sk WATCH THE BIG 4 . Stom ach-Kidneys-H eart-Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world’s stand­ ard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles— GOLD MEDAL Marine News (H E S E H iS l The National - Remedy of Holland for centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilhel- xnina. At all druggists, three sizes. Look for the luuno Gold Medal on OTStr ho*, end mee.pt no imitation .. c o n s u l t a t i o n FREE 10 THE SICKing DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Disease* of Men, Women and children, and offers to all that will call on th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 February 1921

LOCALS DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TPKGEON BAY, WI8.» / FEBBUAKY 25 1921.' Rununnge S a l e — Watch for date- and place of the rummage sale to be ' given by the ladies of Circles G and 7 Of the Methodist church. - •Missionary Meeting—The Woman's Missionary society of the Congrega­ tional church, will meet Tuesday aft­ ernoon, March 1st, with Mrs. Karste. No Rural Mail—The rural mail ^carriers had a vacation Tuesday, Washington’s birthday. They had a double load the following day. how­ ever. ■ Extension of Time—-The time for filing the state income tax report has been extended from March 1st to March 15th, according to notice re­ ceived by County Clerk Herlache this week. ■ ' Marriage License—The following marriage licenses were issued during the week: Isaac Ferguson to Eliza Engelka of this city Oscar John­ son of Sister Bay to Ellen Johnson of Ellison Bay. , Touch, of Winter—Northwest wind with a flurry of snow and . sleet Tues­ day night was a reminder that win­ ter is stil...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 February 1921

DOOR GOUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON HAY. W IS., FE B R U A R Y 2 5 1021. P E R S O N -Am M E N T I O N , 5TEW8Y NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW M rs. G. I. M cDonald spent T uesday a n d W ednesday a t Algom a. J . G. O lliiiger le ft fo r Chicago yes­ te rd a y on a business trip . R oland G abert of th is city le ft on F rid ay to visit w ith friends in M il­ w aukee. . ’ M rs. H. M. Ferguson visited friends in M ilw aukee du rin g th e p resen t w eek. ' • S e n a to r. H . L. P eterson arriv ed hom e yesterday from M adison to spend th e.w eek end. ’■ R.. W . Jones, , w ho w as tak en ill la st w eek, h as been confined, to his hom e all th is week. J . J . C arm ody of Egg. H arb o r was am ong A dvocate callers w hile in th e city on business yesterday. ' - ' George D eKeyser, chairm an of the tow n, of U nion, was a business visitor in th e city on S atu rd ay last. C. E. H atch, of Fond du Lac, is in th e city in th e in terests of th e In te r­ n atio n al H arv ester comp...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 February 1921

POOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W ig., FEBRUARY 25 1021. Baileys Harbor Ole Minuer made a business trip to Egg Harbor, Friday. ' Harry Branii autoed to Sturgeon Bay lagt Thursday. / Lyle Sizer of Milwaukee spent Friday in this vicinity. Ralph Boadliuin of Brussels was among our. callers Tuesday. Kelly Thayer of Sturgeon Bay was among our Sunday callers. Peter Collins transacted business a t Sturgeon Bay, Saturday. Dr. G. R. Egeland made a pro­ fessional call here last Monday: Town Chairman Wm. Eastman transacted business at Sturgeon Bay Saturday. Messrts. William and Leo Caritfo- dy of Egg Harbor called on relatives ere Saturday. . hos. Root, Sr.,-has been real sick but at this writing is on the road to improvement. The Ladies,,Progressive Club met with Mrs. George Bennett last Thurs day.afteraoon. J. H. Rogers of Sheboygan ispent Wednesday and Thursday here in­ terviewing our merchants. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tischler of Jacksonport attended the funeral of Otto Gerdman, Monday....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 February 1921

DOOR COUNT* ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAIT, WIS^ FEBRUARY 25 1021. Door County Advocate Sintered a t the Foatofflce a t Sturgeon Bay, Wla., as second-class matter. Published By Door County Publishing Company Incorporated. Every Friday -at Sturgeon Bay, Wla. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year, b ordering address ebanged, the old as vr«n as the new address should be given Foreign AJvcrtithlif RcpfBMBtttiya I THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION I STURGEON BAY, WIS., FEB. 25. Sawyer’s School Problem Little headway seemn to be gained in Coining to a decision in regard to the Sawyer school problem. But one point has really been agreed upon by all parties concerned, and that is that Sawyer must have a new school building. Probably this point would not have been definitely settled, but to iAhe fact that the state authorities are the judges in the matter. Whether to erect and maintain a graded school or junior high is -the deadlo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 February 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STUROEON BAY. WI9., FEBRUARY 23 i921. THE FARM BUREAU : /CAMPAIGN r '. Lm*/ 1. Men lloiiom! With l’laccs On fck ite Federation —Complete Or­ igin tant ioii, At*out April 1st. Meetings in the different' town­ ships in tlio county for the purpose of ionning a Farm Bureau in Door cour.t.v are being held nearly every even in g. . During the present , week mei-rings have been hold as follows: Tuesday, Carraody district. Egg Har­ bor Thursday, Egg ‘ Harbor village Friday, Khineliardt district, Gibral­ tar /and Saturday afternoon' in the village of Fish Creek. “ . •• The meetings', held the latter, part of last week at Whiteflsh Bay? Carls- villo and joint school district No. 1, Sevastopol, were all well attended, showing splendid interest in / the Farm Bureau. O, B. Hall of Rock county is the principal speaker at the meetings, assisted by local Door coun­ ty men. The campaign will be car­ ried into every township in the coun­ ty and locals established wherever...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 March 1921

VOLUME 59 I number - ■: 50 LARGEST CIRCULATION I S NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON B A Y , .WIS., FRIDA MARCH 4, 1921. Sawyer To Have Ninth Grade Junior High EAST SIDE ADDITION, TOO Chamber of Cotamerce Gets Saw­ yer and City Council Together In Compromise On School Situation—Total Cost of $68,000,00. Not only is Sawyer assured of a new ninth-grade Junior High school building but the E ast side is also to have an addition to the present building, th e' result of an amicable settlem ent of the school situation brought about thru the efforts ‘of the Chamber of. Commerce. The “Sawyer school” has been a source -of much argum ent for a year or more. Opinions as to w hat was wanted and w hat was needed were varied and numerous.- Certain resi­ dents of Sawyer wanted one thing, others wanted something else. Mem- .bers of the council favored one thing, other)' members favored something else. . ' A fter a mass meeting in Sawyer, the Sturgeon Bay Chamber of Corn- m ere was asked to try and...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 March 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 4, 1921. Sawyer News. S t r ik e ciAa retie Death of Oscar Tuck Oscar Tuck, wlio had been stricken (with dropsy,'died in this city on Feb. 24th, and the funeral was held from the home of his sister, Mrs. Ruben Dickinson, on the east sdie, Sunday afternoon, Rev. Burnham, of the I Friends church, officiating. Inter I merit was at the Schumacher ceme- | tery* in Nasewaupee Deceased was born in Sawyer Mar. I l l , 1887, and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tuck. His father died I about 33 years ago and his mother | passed away about two years ago. He ( was a grandson of William and Sarah (Tuck, who came to Sawyer in 1854, the family being among the pioneer settlers in what is now the Fourth I ward. Deceased was unmarried and I is'survived by the following sisters land a brother: Mrs. Ruben Dickinson, Mrs. Lester Dickinson, of this city Mrs. Willard Genung, Miss Myrtle Dickinson and William Tuck, of Be- lloit, Mrs.- Sarah Watson, an aunt, ...

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 — 4 March 1921

BOOBCOUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IB.,M ARCH 4, 1021 i ' -v [O fficial P u b lic a tio n ! , ' R E P O R T O P T H E C O N D IT IO N O F T H E MERCHANTS EXCHANGE BA lo c a te d a t S tu rg e o n B a y / S ta te o f ’W isc o n sin , a t th e d o s e o f b u s in e s s o n th e 2 1 st d a y o f F e b r u a r y , 1921, p u r s u a n t to c a ll b y th e C o m m is s io n e r o f B a n k in g : R E S O U R C E S L o a n s a n d d is c o u n ts / in c lu d in g r e d is c o u n ts . L e s s re d is c o u n ts O v e rd ra fts -$612,373.82_ - 46,300.00_ U n ite d S ta te s s e c u r itie s ownecL. O th e r b o n d s _____________________. B a n k in g h o u s e F d r n lt u r e a h d f i x t u r e s . .O th e r r e a l e s ta t e o w n e d - D n e fro m a p p ro v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s - C a sh i t e m s _______ •- C a s h o n h a n d . E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g h o u s e a n d c h e c k s o n o th e r b a n k s in d a m e p l a c e — ------ — ----- 1.....................

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 March 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAX, W tsi, MARCH 4, 1021. LOCALS Club Meeting—The Every-Rcady club 'will meet with Mrs. Wallace Oram on Tuesday evening, March 8th Rebeknh Sewing Circle—The JJe* •bekah Sewing Circle will meet at the lodge hall on Tuesday, March Sth. . \\ | \\ C. T. U.—The W.C.T.U. will meet with Mrs. Wallace IVes, Sr., on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Geo. Wash­ burn will be -leader. Eastern Star Suivpcr— Members of the Eastern Star lodge will serve a supper at the Masonic hall next Wednesday evening beginning at 5 o’clock to which the public is cor­ dially invited. Dorcas Society —The Dorcas So­ ciety will meet with Mrs. Geo. Wash­ burn next Tuesday evening. The meeting place having been, changed from Mrs. C. W. Warren’s as former- A y announced.' Everybody invited. New' Well At t'emetery— Tin weil in the north part of Baysids cemo- tery ) as been completed, a tank will be. erected and plies will lead to dif- ’. ferent sections of that part of the ■ cemetery. A gaso...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 March 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS., M ARCH 4 , 1021. PERSONAL MENTION* WBWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW j J . G. OlHnger re tu rn e d W ednesday from a business trip to Chicago. H a rry D ana w ent to M ilw aukee on /W ednesday to drive in a new Buick. ' L. D. Sm ith w as a business v isitor to M ilw aukee d u rin g th e w eek. I. B randeis h a s been tran sactin g business in M ilw aukee d u rin g th e w eek. . C. • M. S tephenson re tu rn e d hom e fro m a business trip to M ilw aukee on M onday. M rs. F red Kudlil sp en t several days/ th is w eek visiting w ith rela- - tives in G reen Bay. M rs. A nnie ^Wilson is a tth e Uge- lan d h ospital suffering from an a t­ ta c k of typhoid fever.. * M rs. Jo h n P erry , who had been visitin g in Two R ivers and M anito­ woc, re tu rn e d hom e M onday. . H . A. E vans le ft th e fore p a rt of th e y e e k on .a^ business tirp to St, P a u l and o th er w estern cities. M iss -K atherine Conley, county gcho'ol superinten...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 March 1921

p o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , wia, m a r c h 4 , ioai. Door County Advocate Xtntered at the Postotflce at Sturgeon Bay, 'WlB., os second-class: matter. Published By Dour County Publishing Company Incorporated. Slvery Friday at Sturgeon Bay.-^Wls, H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. i| Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Tear. In ‘ ordering address changed# the old as well as the new address should be given Foreign Advertising Representative | THE AM ERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION 1 STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 4. Offers His Support In a communication to The Advo cate, published in another column, Assemblyman Peltier takes exception to the published statem ent in one of t i e local papers th at he was opposing the State Experimental Farm - for D o o r county, which was receiving the support of Senator Peterson. Mr. Peltier suggests that every Chairman in the county write him h W they feel upon the Experimental Farm proposition, a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 March 1921

POOR COUNTY APVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WISn MARCH 4. 1021. County News. W ashington Island Children’s Masquerade The children’s masquerade was held Sat the tow nhall, Saturday, Feb. 19, and -everybody enjoyed a good time. Prizes were awarded as fol- lows. ' No. 1— Cupid’s darts, Luella Han­ son, Vernon Madsen each received •n e dollar. No. 2— Indian Papoose, Baby Christiafison one dollar. No. 3— Yellow Butterfly, ^Thorna Johnson ahd Thorm a Nichols, each one dollar. No. 4— Arch Angels, Elva Jess and June Jessen each 50 cents. No. 5— Sun Flowers, Doris Han- sotriand Baby Christianson each 50 cents. . No. 6— Clowns, Maynor Olson and Jean Gislason each 25 cents. .'N o. 7— Old ..Woman, Teddy Nich­ ols 50 cents. _ * No. 8— Navy Boy, Vivian Hanson 50 cents. No. 9— Mexican,’ Percy Hagen 50 cents. •• After the prizes were given out th e children were passed cake and cookies, and a collection was taken up, of $22.50, to pay expenses. Ev­ erybody w ent home feeling happy. Th6 well drillers ar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 March 1921

DOOR \" , 1 - . **\\ ' , •â–  .• ' • ■ • . ■ b a y , w ig .. •V jFFFFFF'FFFF f (Continued from page 1) diiSiVivyor Commercial- Club concerning Fthv- r Sawyer. school building, begs elevvo to report as follows: ■ / This Committee, after consults- ti.u with the Committee from Saw- T '-■'■■djyc r,- composed of W. A. MncEacham, • * -A. J. Kreitzer, M. O. Bentley and Jos. Hoslett, and after , consultation with ‘Superintendent of Schools Gotham, -'and Mr, Oppenhaimer of the firm of bnnenhaim er & Obel, Architects, and \"With some of the members of the ^Council, concluded that the situation , 'facing the City resolves itself into . two problems: / .' .. A—A-building for Sawyer. B—Additicmal grade rooms for the side., . ,• Committee finds th at to some the difficulty confronting the Council has arisen by reason of Councils failure to reach a defin- proposition for Sawyer and this been'due to the lack of an intelli- definite building program to -satisfy the whole needs of the...

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 — 11 March 1921

■ ' ■ ■■■ . ! ■ ' ■ - ' v ' . • / - v ' . . . - ,S -vs. - - S 4 % , 1 ' ’VV-tV.v.-1 . • ' Vi.: . - -■ - ■ ’ V ' ' •• •’ ’■/ -:v, ■ \".v /■/ VOLUME 59 j NUMBER historical Boon* STURGEON BAY, WIS.* FRIDAY, MARCH II, 1921. W i n n tune State Sanitary Expert Before C. of C. CHLORINATION IS WANTED Chamber of Commerce Hears Talk On Sanitation—Country Club mitteeR^ports—CityBeau- tiful Next Mee^ng Thorough explanation -of the man­ ner by which safe and. pure w ater can be put in the city'm ains'w as ex­ plained to the business men of the city a t the Chamber of Commerce luncheon a t the Union Tuesday even­ ing by C. E. Baker, state sanitary en­ gineer, Mr. Baker’s talk was il­ lustrated w ith stereoptlcon views, putting up very plainly sourceB of contamination and need of adequate sanitation in all communities. Mr. Baker practically repeated w hat he to ld . the city council a t its meeting a few weeks ago. He ex­ plained th a t the cheapest way out of the sit...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 March 1921

DOOR COUNTY ^ V O C A J E , STURGEON B A T, W IS„ 2^A3EUM 11, l ^ a i . , The Farmer’s Relation l „■ .. v . : , . to This Bank We consider the Farmers the very backbone of this great empire. It is through his uhtiring efforts this com­ munity is permitted to enjoy' its pres­ ent prosperity. A large percent of our business comes from the farmers. Several of our directors are farm­ ers. Service to the farmer is one of the first considerations. State Bank of Maplewood The Fanner’s Bank v ' - r .. * r\"\"~T f dltion, they being alm ost iinpassablo for autos at present. A num ber of ladies from th is vi­ cinity attended the L adies Aid a t the hom o of Mrs. G. G roenw oldt in Kol- berg last F riday afternoon. W illiam AndersOn, teach er of th e local school, attended th e sectional m eeting of teachers held in the graded school a t B russels laBt S at­ urday.^ C ounty Superintendent of Schools, K. M. Conley, and S upervising Teacher, L ila Dryer, visited th e local school last Fri...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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