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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 March 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH I I , 1021. Door County Advocate Entered a t the Poatotflce at Sturgeon Bay, Wia., aa second-class matter. — Published By Door County Publishing Company Incorporated. Bvery Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wla. p^T. SANDERSON, Mgr. / Address allcommunicationB to Door County Advocated DOOR COUNTY CLUB GROWING Milwaukee Door County d ab , Or­ ganized I/atter Part of 1020, Growing Rapidly Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. Ia ordering address chnngred, th e old u m il kb th e new address should be 'given v - Fonitn Advettuing Repre»entathre T ttE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH. 11. According to. the report of a spe­ c ia l senate committee it cost over ten million dollars to conduct the : iast presidential campaign. The re- - port showed that a’man must have a pretty good sized bank account or : have a lot of friends who are willing to donate, or he doesn’t get anywhere. Attorney General Palmer, who didn’t - haVdly get a ...

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 — 11 March 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 11, 1921. LOCALS Ten-Pound Boy— Word lias been received in this city by triends that . a ten-pound boy, Elman Warren, has arrived to-m ake his homo with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Gigstead of Milwau­ kee, former residents of Door county. Change In Priests— The Rev. F. Geier, who has had charge of the par­ ish at Maplewood, - lias been trnns- feired to St. Mary’s congregation at H ilb ert Rev. Max Oswald, who was a t Hilbert, w ill take charge of the Maplewod congregation. W on Tournament— Earl Johnson ‘ and Clifford Greisen secured the ■ high score in the tournament for . doubles which was completed at thq Twenty Club Saturday evening, they ittnning up a score of 1207. Another tournament is on, divided into two classes. N ot Sturgeon B ay Girl— A few days ago there appeared in the Mil­ w aukee papers, a statem ent to the effect that a girl by the name of \"Mabe1! Cunningham” was arrested lo r vagrancy. W e w ish to state here, however, th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 March 1921

7 • '.ir-V r . • 11 , . - I PO O R C»U NTY ADVOCATE, . • ' V- . ' * w w » w I PERSONAL MEN^FI§N 9IEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU ENOW * Mr, and Mrs. -Harry Green were at Green Bay Monday, returning the Tom Collins of Baileys Harbor was a business caller in the city during first of the week. - Miss Irene Simon, who teaches in the Algoma school, spent Sunday at her home in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Knudson of Cana Island light, were in the city on business Monday. Mrs. H. J. Sanderson and daughter Beatrice visited w ith friends and rel­ atives a t Algoma, Monday. Fred Hanson, state food and dairy deputy inspector, visited at his home in this city over Sunday. - H. Taubman went to Chicago Wed­ nesday to m eet his mother, who is on her way here from the old country. L. D. Smith has'been east on busi­ ness during the week, visiting'W ash­ ington, D. C„ and other eastern cities. Mrs. Dan Fisher, of Green. Bay, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. ja s. Keogh, from Thursday to Tu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 March 1921

Baileys Harbor Thom as R oot Dies Thom as Root, Sr., passed aw ay a t h is hom e, a little way from th e vill­ age, M onday m orning a t 11- o’clock a lte r an illness of two weeks, death resu ltin g from th e inhalation of poisonous gas from silage. T he fu­ n e ra l w as held from th e town h all on T hursday afternoon, u nder auspices o f th e M/W.A. of w hich th e de­ ceased h ad been a m em ber fo r nine­ te e n years. ' T hom as Root w as bom on W ash­ ington Island, Ju ly 27, 1856, being € 5 years of age a t his next b irthday. H e spent his boyhood days on th e Islan d w orking a t coopers trad e. His p aren ts w ere H arrison R oot and M rs. E lizabeth Cornell Root. H e was a tw in, his tw in b ro th e r Joseph .is still living. In 1882 he w as m arried to Miss C eedia H ibbard of D ePere, who still survives him . Since h is m arriag e he m ade B aileys H arb o r h is hom e, fol­ low ing up farm ing fo r a living. H is union w as blessed by nine children, nam ely: Cha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 March 1921

POOB OOTOCT APtjpCATE, STPRGEON BAY, WI3„ MARCH i l , 1021. Ma]^^ Joseph Kessen was a caller at Nasewaupee Sunday. \\ Rev. Geier was a business caller at Green Bay on Monday. ■• Milton Wulf and Mrs. John Fischer motored to Luxemburg Wednesday. r Mrs. Rudolph Dettman was a busi­ ness caller at Green Bay, Wednesday. Mr. Klatt of Algoma will soon be wiring the building^ of this vicinity. Ferd. Babler was a business cail- er at Algoma between trains Satur­ day. Mr., and Mrs. Milton Wulf of Saw­ yer spent Sunday visiting in this vicinity.. Miss Esther Seitz attended the , teachers’ meeting held at Brussels, Saturday. John Kreft and Ed. Brown spent Sunday fishing herring at Little Sturgeon. ! John Fischer, who is employed at Luxemburg, Bpent Sunday at his home here. The town of Forestville causus will be held Saturday, March 12th, at the town hall, at 2 p.m. v Miss Anna Demeuse returned home Saturday having spent a few weeks at Luxemburg with friends. Jacob Babler and son Vincent and...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 March 1921

L , ' POOR COUNTY APVOCATE. STUBGEON BAY. WIB» h?ARCH 11, 1921. Marine News First Passage Thru Bay The first passage thru the bay for the season was tlio Ann Arbor No. 6, ' she coming in from the lake at four o’clock Tuesday morning, and laying over at the Goodrich dock until six o’clock, when she made her way out tlm i the ice into Green hay and across to Menominee. The ice in tlio hay did not interfere with the •: big steamer in the least, and\" there was open water the greater part of the way across Grfeen bay. There was a heavy fog on the lake when the steamer entered the canal, and a inist hanging over the bay, and as the lights and fog signals on Green bay were not in operation the captain thought best to lay over until day­ light: The Ann Arbor carferry made her last trip to Menominee on Jan. 18, stopped running on that date as there was not sufficient business to continue running to that port. As far as ice conditions were concerned there was nothing to interfere with navi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 March 1921

LAHGEBT CIBOTXATION IN • NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WISm FRIDA X» MARCH 18, 1921. Town Board Requested LayOutRoad 3J0W TIME TO BUILD •Cost Reduced By Volunteer Work and DonationRiglit of Way. Shorten Distance Three Miles Between City and Canal The three commissioners appoint­ e d by County Judge Dehos to deter­ m ine Whether or not the “canal road” should be opened up by the fbwn of Sturgeon Bay, have rendered their -decision in favor of the canal resi­ dents, and Frank Krueger, clerk of th e town of Sturgeon Bay, has been notified that the road should be laid -out by the town board. ' The three commissioners, W illiam M arshall, Ernest W iegand and Alex Graham, w ent over the ground Tues­ day morning and made a m ost thoro investigation of conditions and were unanim ous in their -opinion that the road should be established. Canal residents, who are very anxious to Biave the road established at the very -earliest date possible have already started to clear the right o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 March 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, H M ARCH 18, 1921. \"ITS TOASTED’ CIGARETTE No cig arette h as the same delicious flavor a s Lucky Strike. B ecause Lucky Strike is the toasted cigarette. BULGARIAN BREW EASY TO MAKE Prom d ie rich, soils of Europe, Asia and Africa are gathered roots, barks, seeds, leaves, berries and flowers fo r M other N ature’s Tonic. BULGARIAN BLOOD TEA The juices brewed from these herbB assist N ature to Bweeten th e stomach, flush the kidneys, enrich th e blood and gently regulate th e bowels. Brewed hot a t bedtim e it helps to break up a oold in a hurry. Ju st try It, A sk your druggist to ­ day. , Sawyer News. PATRONIZE The Home Bakery Where you always find the best BREAD ROLLS PIES CAKES COOKIES DOUGHNUTS COFFEE CAKE CINNAKiQN ROLLS DROP CAKES ETC FR E S H BREAKFAST ROLLS DELIVERED E VERY, MORNING ' ' ' .'s People’s tastes differwidely, but when it comesv to good wholesome home baking, Schmid the baker, can satisfy all classes. JOHN SCHMID Prop. Andrew...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 March 1921

POOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W lft, MARCH 18, 1021. Door County Advocate Bater«d at the Postoilee at sturgeon Bay, Wls., as second-class matter. Published By ? - Door County. Publishing Company Incorporated. I rBveiy Friday at Sturgeon Bay, WIi. & J. SANDERSON. Mgr. Address all communications to - ■ Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year, la ordeilic sldrta chsntefl, the old as ■ well aa tke new addics* Bhoald be |h w - Foreign Adrcrtiting Repffcntefiro IHE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 18. .. The 'women in this country are now., smoking twenty million cigar­ ettes a year, says a cigarette manu­ facturer. And here in the back­ woods we didn’t even know that wbmen indulged in the practice. There are some really wonderful laws) on the statute books in the diff­ erent states. For instance, in In­ diana, a Jaw requires that “eighteen Inches of the voters’ legs show be­ neath the curtain in the voting booth.” There ought to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 March 1921

LOCALS POOR COUNTS ADVOCATE, STPRQEON b a y , W18n aiABiCR 18, 1881 . New Sho6 Stitcher—Kratorfield & HecW have just installed a new Lan- , dls Shoe Stitcher with which to sew eoles bn shoes tind they are turning out some very fine work, including th a t o f ladies’ fine shoes. ■ I Parents-Tcachers Meeting — The * Parents-Teachers meeting will be held at the: school house this Friday evening. A noted educator from outside will be present, and the pub­ lic is invited to attend. Oqnc Out of Business— Kostka & Kubis, who had been in the tailoring business in the city for twenty-four years, retired from business this week. Their place of business will ie occupied by the Anderson Bros, as a bakery. . More d e tra c s Arrive—The Lake Shore Motors Co. received another carload of eight Cletrap. tractors on Monday and a demonstration of these modern machines was given our .cit-: izena when 18 of them were operat­ ed on Cedar street .during the fore­ noon.' Pay Their Living Krpen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 March 1921

................... l+MH iI P E R S O N A L M E N -TIG N : KEW8 Y NOTE* CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW • t t M H I I m H l i ' H I H I I I I I H H I I I l t » w V «i H enry R ieboldt w en t to M ilw aukee T uesday on a business trip . Mrs. Thos. R ichm ond h as retu rn ed from a .visit a t G reen Bay. , : C harles P linske o f ForestyH le was a business c aller in th e city Tuesday. F ra n k B lakefleld re tu rn e d to Bail- ry s H arb o r F rid ay , having visited in th is c ity .: , ' , . M iss A gnes Perlew itz of Algom a w as th e g u est of M iss M ary Suthers d u rin g th e week. J a n e W agener v isited th e w eek fend a t G reen B ay w ith Judge and Mrs. H en ry G raass. ' \"Wrh. D onovan le ft Tuesday for K ew aunee to cook on governm ent dredge K ew aunee. W m . B astar an d Sam P e rry of Forestville v^ere business v isito rs in th e city T uesday. ., W ade L evins of M ilw aukee visit­ ed friends in th e city several days d u rin g th e w eek. • ' / E d B u rr sp en t th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 March 1921

iM X « OOI?S!CT ADVOCATE, STPBQffQN bAY, W O * MARCH 18. 18(21. .X. The city council of Superior abol­ ished the spring primary election to have been held on March 22. The city 'will save virtually $2,000, officials de- •d&red. All candidates will be permit­ ted to run on independent tickets. George Dempster of Merrill, Is miss­ ing. He left home a month ago, say­ in g he was going out to g e t’some to­ bacco. He failed to return and no trace has been found of his where* abouts. W. J. Rush*, who has been a prac­ ticing attorney in Clark county twenty years, and in Neillsville ten years, has entered the race for appointment as . United States district attorney for the western district of Wisconsin. ' Wisconsin is taking the lead in the m atter of freeing its herd of cattle from the ravages of tuberculosis, states Wood county Agent R. A. Peter­ son. As a state, it was also in the lead In the m atter of fighting tuberculosis among its people and has been so suc­ cessful in...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 March 1921

rL POOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 18, 1921. I COMMUNICATIONS PELTIER REPLIES TO TORMEY ■ ----: --- : --- - ' 4 To the Editor of, The 'Advocate: ‘ Page Mr. Albert R. Tormey:— I find in your article th at'it was very amusing to you—that is, the article published by myself quoting my views on th e . compulsory part of vaccina­ tion. You quoted me as 'being a member of the legislature, who was unfortun­ ate to be elected by the people to re­ present them for the reason my views would be published broadcast. I al­ so quoted others to strengthen my views, by the evidence of Dr. Fred­ erick R. Greene, secretary of the council of health and public instruc­ tion, American Medical association. You did not mention this in your re­ sponse. I will quote you a few more. Fred­ erick L. Hoffman, LL. D., statlstican and third vice president of the Pru­ dential Insurance Co. of New York W. C. Rucker, assistant surgeon gen­ eral of the United States public health service ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 March 1921

DOQR COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TUIM3EON BAY. W IS., MARCH 18, 1021. Much Interest Being Shown Is FEW CONTESTS EXPECTED City Clerk and Justice of Peace / Only City Officers Besides Al- derxnen and School Commis­ sioners—County Superin-. f tendent Only County: '.Officer '.'v Spring election is Tuesday, April 6, and aside from. ' local contests •which may arise there w ill be but little interest manitested. There are only two state officers which w ill be voted on locally and one county of­ ficer.- i- A justice of the supremo court is to be elected and a state superintend­ en t of schools. C. P. Gary, the pres­ ent superintendent,, has opposition. County Superintendent of Schools Katharine Conley, who has so effici­ ently served the last two terms, hpd' opposition, David Kumm of Forest? ville being a candidate . In the city the? city clerk and a justice of the peace are to be elected besides aldermen and . school com­ missioners. , Nomination papers for City Clerk John C. Acker are being...

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

VOLUME 60 LARGEST CIRCULATION IN NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS* FRIDA Y, MARCH 25. 1921. THE ADVOCATE BRINGS ITS ADVERTISERS GOOD R E 9U U I DEATH OF MRS. G. F. HILTON I.O.O.F. Holds Impress­ ive NOW OCCUPIES NEW HOME E. S. Minor, First Noble Grand Peninsular Lodge, Presides At .... Opening—Officers of Grand : Lodge Present—Thirty- Seventh Anniversary of Peninsular Lodge v: ' .. . . • ' ■ One of the most impressive cere­ monies ever held In this city by a fraternal organization was that of the dedication of the new home of Peninsular Lodge No. 320, and Is­ land City Rebekah Lodge No. 21, on Monday evening, March 21st. The date was also the 37th anniversary of Peninsular Lodge. The dedication services were held on the first floor of the building, and although confined to members of the two organizations, all available space was taken. The meeting ws called ,to order by E. S. Minor, who was first Noble Grand of Peninsular Lodge. At his right and left sat David Ramage a...

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

DOOR COUNT* AD UOCATE, STURGEON B A *. WH&, MARCH 25, 1021 B . . . . . . . . . * A complete new stock of Ladies’ and Misses’ Trimmed Straw Hats This stock is all new and up-to-date and you will find m any of them exceptionally beau­ tiful and tasty. Come early while the stock is complete as they are priced very ree&onable and w ill go feat. r ^oette/man^fSrner/o, Saw yer News. If every woman managed her house hold expenditures on a budget basis, there would he less worry.about the high cost of living.” Let us give you a budget plan to fit your income. Door County State Bank w w « t ******* ******* i w w m i i * * * * * * * * * * * Mrs. Prank Surfus is at the Phy­ sicians • and Surgeons hospital for treatment. i The Pastime Club will give a dance at their hail next week Friday.. April 1st.. H. W. Jeffers was here sever? days this iweek looking afterbusiness for the. Fuller Goodman Co. • Mrs. Jos. Hoslett's iilness has de­ veloped into a mild case-of smallpox and the home ...

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 — 25 March 1921

. .. • ■ • ■ - T \"■ 1 - •. v , *!• BAY. : ,i- . ' : , . N ucor is the original nut butter and it com- petes butter. I IU W T I i h J ^ / O C X P A FRANK O. SCHILLING CO. It’s worth money to know Lumber because different woods have different properties and uses. No one wood is best for everything and it sure costs moneyto pick the wrong wood for what you want to build. But it does not cost any money to be sure, and to know why you are sure, wheii it comes to framing, siding, sheathing, underfloors and other things of that nature. Just drop a line to the undersigned saying what you want to build and you will receive a book on that very subject, with a coupon good for FREE fu ll size •working plans at your local lumber- dealer. Mention your favorite dealer’s name. THE HEMLOCK MANUFACTURERS (,of WU con tin an d N orthern M ichigan) OfficMi F. R. A. Building L • „ Oshkosh, Wisconsin We spread the &ood news about \"Old Faithful” H EM LOCK but ' we do not tell it. Get it from yo...

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

I k k m COUNTY APVOOATE. STPBOBDN BAY. T O y MARCH 25,1921 Do you \"know Natures grains make a fine table drink? Postum _A BEVERAQR is made of selected wheat, bran and molasses. Boil it for twenty minutes or more, and you obtain abeverage of rich, delightful fla­ vor,that is in euery way healthful Postum Cereal is free from harm­ ful elements, and is economical a R eason’ SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE Made by Postum Cereal Compaiy, Inc. ' battle Creek, Michigan. NORTHERN OATS Grown in Cloverland Upper Wisconsin and Upper Michigan are everywhere recognized as a typical oats growing region. Northern farm ers make no mistake in sowing only the pedi­ greed seeds grown right here a t home. Bigger yields, more pounds to tl^e meas­ ured bushel, freedom from weeds, pure varieties, are the certain result. \\ We offer choicest pedigreed seed of those great varieties which reach perfec­ tion here in the North. Wisconsin No. 1, Improved Kherson (Iowa No. 105) and Improved Swedish Select are b...

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

'Wim e DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WI9* MARCH 25, 1921 V. i . Win. “Ennis from North Bay was a caller here one day last week. John Larson from A.pplepoft tran­ sacted business at Sturgeon Bay last week Wednesday. The household of Herman Grasse was gladdened by the • arrival - of a daughter one day last week Sam Erickson, Milton and Chester Hedeen were business callers at Sturgeon Bay la st week Tuesday. 'Florence Kellstrom ■ and Grace Johnson visited with Melba and Mary ! Landstrom last Sunday afternoon. Lawrence Bergwin left for Lady­ sm ith last week Thursday. He will ' visit with his sister, Mrs. Anton Wal­ ler and family. Mrs. M. Rosengren from Appleport received a telegram from Peshtigo, la st week Thursday stating th at her sonCharles had passed away. i E rnest Isaacson left for Milwaukee last\" week Wednesday, returning the following day with a new car, the Gardner, for which he is a g e n t. A num ber of relatives and friends visited, with Mrs. Jo h n Chrlson on...

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

P O O R COUNTY ADVOCATE, 1STURGEON BAY, W18n MARCH 25, 1021 LOCALS D a n c e A p r il Fourth—The Eastern S t a r lodge will give a dance at Ar- c a d ia hall on Monday evening, April 4 t h . Everybody is invited and good music will be provided. Will P r e s e n t D ip lo m a s — G r a d u a te s of t h e te a c h e r s tr a i n in g c la s s of th e Si. E. c h u r c h w ill g iv e a p r o g r a m a t the c h u r c h S u n d a y , e v e n in g , a t w h ic h time d ip lo m a s w ill b e p r e s e n te d . School Vacation—The public Bchool otthe city closed yesterday noon for the Easter vacation and will resume work on Wednesday, March 30. The Parochial school clbsed Wednesday until March 30 th. Open New Shop—Ernest Nebel and Alex Anderson have opened a blacksmith and repair shop in the First ward just south of the slap yard and being located close to the water will do all kinds of engine re pair work for gasolene boats. Methodist Ladies Aid — The Me­ thodist Ladies Aid will meet wit...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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