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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

r poor oossmr a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a t , wb^ APRIL 15, 1021. Page Eleven LUC STRIKE Cigarette To s e a l in th e delicious Burley tobacco flavor. It’s Toasted Don’t Fail to See the New Shipment , of STAMPED GOODS and Pieces that are finished, of all the latest Spring designs. Three Different Lines of S I L KS for dress embroidery, and so on, which are now on display at the most reasonable pnces. MAIL ORDERS will be filled promptly/ MRS. G .A . BINGHAM Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R A N D F U N E R A L DI R E CT OR LADY ASSISTANT ' Phone 185-H— 185-W. Sawyer, Wis. Now is the time to put your order in for DECORATION DAY M O N U M E N T S SEE / M. J. Pivonka Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Telephone 170-W * * * * * * * * * BUSINESS DIRECTORY . Maplewood The Equity shipped a carload of stock Wednesday. • ! Miss Esther Seitz spent Sunday at the home of John Bretls. Mr. and Mrs. John Schmelzle and Theresa Brey were callers a t Green Bay-Monday. Mrs. John Fischer. Lauretta and Carl, were b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

STURGEON B 4g. m . APJML AS, Ifig t Marine - t. .- ■ V '■ / / / / : • \" / / ’/ /.*■. . . . / / ' ' / ' ’’ / - ■ '■/ • / / • : . ■er - . - -V Boat To Carry Autos Marinette., is to have a new boat line from the east. The Tri-State Steamship company of Buffalo will run a steamer into that port, touch­ ing 'there three times a month. ,The transportation company will do general freight business but will specialize in au will touch at Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee Green Bay and Marinette. Two decks of the big craft will be fitted t6 carry motor cars and many of them, Will be consigned for distribution- to points west and north. ' . The cars will be unloaded at the dock of the Marinette Fuel & Dock Co. Dealers will come to Marinette from points north and west and will drive the \"cars from that city to des­ tination. Several \"hundred cars will be brought to Marinette in this way during the season, to be driven to Iron Mountain, Escanaba, Ironwood, Copper country points an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

Certainty, you can m otor to DOOR COUNTY, ‘ W isconsin's W onderland.’ VOLUME 60 H istorical Booms « MMH&9N WIS NUMBER 5 L A R G E S T Cm CtTJLATIO N BN - N O R T H E A S T E R N -W ISCONSIN STURGKOj N BAY, WIS., FRIDA V. APRIL 22, 1921. Marshfield Man To Build New Schools . WORK IS ALREApY STARTED Sawyer Junior High Let For $51j- ' 247.92 Complete—Addition To ‘ Cost'$12,047 Complete—Con­ tractors Claim Sturgeon B^y Gets a Bargain .'-.-■-BLrasen-brothers, Marshfield, have' been awarded the contract to build the Sawyer -Junior High School and the addition to the E ast side school, ■ their general construction bid being !' 539,500 for the Junior High and §9,- 857 for the addition. » ~ A. J. Wiest & Co. of this city get th e plumbing, $4,512.92 for the junlon high and §1,100 for the ad­ dition. H eating and ventilating goes to the National H eating and Ventil­ ating Co., W ausau, $7,235 for the junior high and $1,000 for the ad­ dition: The wiring contract for the j...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

fli|e T « o &OOBOOPWTrABVltK?A T E .8T PB qE X 5B A r.W Ifl^ APRnJ 22.10Qi. LUC M TOASTED* Cigarette No cig arette has the sa me delicious flavor a s Lucky Strike. B ecau se Lucky Strike Is th e . toasted cigarette* OLD STANDBY,.FOR ACHES AND PAINS Any man or woman who keeps Sloan’s handy will tell you that same thing EsA p e c ia lly those frequently attacked by rheumatic twinges.' counter-irritant, Sloan's Lini­ ment scatters the congestion and fene- trales without rubbing to t the afflicted part, soon relieving the ache and pain.' Kept handy and used everywhere for reducing and finally eliminating the pains and aches of lumbago, neuralgia,’ muscle strain, joint stiffness, sprains, bruises, and the results of exposure. You just know from its stimulating healthy odor that it wilt do you good 1 Sloan's Liniment is sold by all.drug, gists—-35c, 70c, $1.40. ”* , q in im e x it f if f lg g r a Good tp'Rdttember TO-NIGHT- Tomorrow Alriirht Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R A N D F U N ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

p o o b o o p n ty a d v o c a te , s tu rg e o n b a t, w is^ a p r h , 22, ie a i. CARMOTE FLOOR V A R N IS H \"Save the surface and y o u save all ^ y , ^ £ Prepared In Natural Varnish, also with stain combined, giviilg beautiful imitations of all the hard woods, such as Chariy, Walnut, M ahogany, Lt. Oak, Dk. Oak, Goldoa O ak, Rosewood,' eto. Show s The G rain of th« Wood IT IS TOUGH— WATERPROOF—DURABLE CARMOTE FLOOR VARNISH It Is a wonderful finish for Floors, Chairs, Tables, Window Sashes, Bookcases.Desks and all other interior wood-work Scofield Co. XOjl Arndfltis wi,owi, 4So/nte/— I ]}*, aA JL-fu vw trfa/w e, uovu. Whe» your money is in our, bank it is safe, from fire and i burglars, and: your own extravagance and you can GET it when you WANT it. Men of financiaT stability, business ability, judgment and known integrity conduct our bank. ' We invite YOUR Banking Business’. } ' BANK OF STURGEON BAY m em b e r f e d e r a l r e se r v e b a n k . - _ BHAKOH AT SaW h R n HEN...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

.F oot POOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON B A l, WI8., APRIL 22, 1921. Farm Electric Lighting! \\ and Power Plant _ _ _ _ _ _ I BUILT FOR LONG LIFE AND i D E P E N D A B L E S E R V IC E S -------— — I Attractive dealer’s proposition on K exclusive sales territory. Write . 8 for catalogue and full particulars. ^ Burdick Electric Co. j Distributor* for Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ^ ^ S W. W ater St. MILWAUKEE, W IS. ^ W W W W t H W W W W t W W W W t t W W t t t H H M i Parcel Post Your Dry Cleaning and Dyeing TO THE MODEL CLEANERS GREEN BAY ^ W W W W W » H W W W » » » * f W W W W W t W t H » * » H . J . H A H N Licensed Embalmer — Funeral Director Mode r n F u n e r a 1 Ca r UP, TO-DATE F URN IT UR E Sturgeon Bay, Wia. »M H W H M U H W M M W M H M I W W M M M I I I I * Highest Quality Fence Wire There has been such improvement in fence wire, fitting it to such a vast variety of needs, we find we must keep a large and assorted stock at all times. ■We’ve got a good line of fence...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

DOOB O O U S ft ADVOCATE, ggPB flttM t BAY, W IR, APRIL 22, 1921. Maplewood . Frefl Relnc§ iB abo u t to erect a new residence. R ichard P linske 1b now em ployed a t M ike K erscher’s. E dw ard K erscher and M r. Sullivan are on th e sick l i s t . . Rev. F a th e r Oswald w as a business caller a t G reen Bay, M onday. ' M r. and Mrs. Joe N euville of Saw- y er w ere visitors here Sunday. M iss Isabel B ab ler arriv ed here from M ilw aukee M onday evening. T he school board of D ist. No. 2 visited th e Plainview school last w eek. „M rs*JM ossim an of M arinette visited h e re la st w eek M onday w ith reL a tiv e s., Jo h n B retl and son Jo h n w ere business callers a t S turgeon Bay last F riday. Miss F lo ra F ish e r w as a business caller a t A lgom a betw een train s on T u esd ay .'. ®A show and dance w ill be given a t Jacob B abler’s h all Sunday evening, A pril 24th. T he dance w hich w as held a t Jacob B abler’s h all la s t T uesday.'w as'.ufell atten d ed by all...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

P age Six POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STPBOEOj) BAY, W1S„ APRIL 22, 1021. LOCALS Card Party— Don't forget the card party in St. 'Joseph’s church base ment tonight. Womans Club— The \"Woman’s Club will hold their next regular meeting next Friday April 29th. » ' Escaped Damage—-The Door coun ty fishermen were^fortunate in es' caping any serious damage during the big northeast blow of last week. Other than having their nets filled with clinkers no damage was dope.' Rebuilding House.-— Mrs. Louise Weigand is having her house, on up- : per St. John street rebuilt and en­ larged. The rear end has been torn down, the front part moved further back on .the lot and a new part will be built to the rear. Infant Child Dies—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Goserud last Sunday but the little one passed away Wednesday. The, funeral was held Thursday afternoon, Rev. Hel- xnich officiating. The parents have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement. Kolochesbi Sells Out— George Kol- oche...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. A PR IL22, 3921. h « Bidder On Big Coast Job Page Seven . PERSONAL MENTION NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE 7 0 0 KNOW Miss Ruth Birmingham was home from Appleton college over Sunday. 0. C. Junge was here frofia Chicago a few days on business, returning on Monday. Mrs. Henry Fetzer left Thursday, for Portland, Oregon, to visit relatives for several weeks. H arrison Birmingham, who is em­ ployed by the High Falls company at Algoma, was hbme over Sunday. Miss Mae LaPlant returned home the first of the week, having visited several weeks in Milwaukee. Mrs. Henry Devine, who had ,been visiting her husband in Milwaukee forthe past three weeks, ’returned home Monday evening. Lloyd Scofield and Maurice Brown who were home from the University at Madison fo r the^spring vacation, returned there Tuesday morning. ' Mrs. Paul Stram entertained a few of h er lady friends Tuesday after­ noon. Luncheon was served and a very pl.easant time was enjoyed. Robert Keye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

TagcSHicfat IWOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIR, APRIL ga, 1921. is not that w hich depends upon alco­ holic but upon tonic- nutrient virtues. sco rn EMULSION is the purest kind of nutriment and helps the system keep up with the wear and tear upon strength. Scott & Bovrae. Bloomfield, N. J. — ALSO MAKERS OF - KlHOIDS (Tablets or Granules) for INDIGESTION THE CITY COUNCIL Now is the tim e to put your order in for DECORATION DAY M O N U M E N T S SEE M. J.Pivonka Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Telephone 176-W CO N SU LTA TIO N FREE TO THE SICK DR.. HOAG. the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Diseases Of Men, Women and children, and offers to all that will call oh that day, date •hd during the hours given below, con. saltation and advioe FREE OF CHARGE Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago. Ill, will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, M a y 5, office hours' 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAi. PRACTICE ia the treatment of chronic diseases has. merited the confiden...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

POOR OOPKTY ADVOCATE, STPBOEOS' BAY, f|& , ABM Lgg, 1021. ’r . - 1 ' ■ 1 11 '.'V ■•.1 Sago Nina Yof OU don’t use as much Calumet as you do of most other Baking Powders. It has more than , ordinary leavening strength. You save about half. You don’tpay a big price for Calumet It’s sold at a moderate price—that rep­ resents another saving. You don’t feel uncertain as to results. Bakings never fail—because Calumet never falls below the proven standard of \"Best by T est\" It possesses the highest qual­ ity ever put into a Baking Powder. Contains only such ingredients as have been offi­ cially endorsed by United States Food Authorities. For weeks, for months, it keeps as fresh and full of strength as the day it left the Calumet Factories, the World’s Largest, most Sanitary and Modern Baking Powder plants. Pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. Some baking powderscome in 12 oz. instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want it. Calumet Gold Cake Recipe Yolks o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. V ISh APRIL £2,1021. ' v . ' :.-v\\ TRACTOR BUSINESS IN DOOR COUNTY f CASE HEMBEL BROS. SAWYER EAGLE HEMBEL BROS. SAWYER meant Ofkppyfarmev HEMBEL BROS. HAPPY FARMER SAWYER W hile introduction of the tractor in Door county has not been as rapid perhaps as in somo other counties in the state, it is here to stay, and from now on promises to develop rapidly, and. in a few years to come horses pulling a plow or drag thru the field' will be a sight as rare as a full rigged schooner is now passing thru Stur­ geon bay. p ^ It was in the year 1911 that one of the first tractors was brought into Door county to do work on an ex­ tensive scale, it being a P. & o. 8- plow gang' Rumley Oil Pull tractor, purchased by the Co-Operative Or­ chard Company, to do cultivating? on the 600-acre cherry orchard that was being developed in the town of Se­ vastopol. It was a- 15-30 horsepow­ er machine, using crude oil for fuel, and was shipped in here direct fro...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

' \" r ’ ' ■ ' y - : ■ d o o r ocwwrra d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y, w ia , a p r e l2 2 ,io 2 i. BIG GOODS SALE AT THE KOLBERG STORE The Big Store Between Forestville and Brussels ■ * v * - ‘ Also Harnesses and Harness Parts, Work Clothing, Blankets, Underwear, Automobile Tires, Tubes and Accessories, Hardware, Groceries AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER USEFUL ARTICLES $100,000 of These Goods to be Sold Here While They Last inning 23A AT UNHEARD OF PRICES—WHILE THEY LAST W e have secured the largest allotm ent of U .S . A rm y goods ever shipped into W isconsin and they are to be sold at a sm all fraction of the W HOLESALE PRICE which the Governm ent paid for them in trem endous quantities. ■ These A rm y Goods are all new, are m ade of the very best m aterials obtainable, each item of which has been inspected and stam ped by a SWORN GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL. Our Prices Will Never be Duplicated Again. Lower Than Before the War. To Give You an Idea Here is the BIG Harness Bargain y...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 April 1921

m-. ■' ■''■Ml:'’' } •- ■ - i - - I \", ■ ’ • ■«. ! Wonderful Waist , , m aterials anci W vll niuQc j sww irum .yy... * vU wiu diou mill o ivW :: plain Georgette Waists in this assortment. W e are selling these waists i cheaper than the actual cost of the material to make them. Come early ! I and get the best choice. Not more than two waists to a customer. Marine News “ The New Things First ” Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin CHAS. KONRAD, Manager ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦'I I I I W H M U » » T he lighthouse w as in p o rt th is w eek settin g gas buoys in this localityand so tak e th e Peslitigo Reef * Gmach have received to build a 43-toot fish Bay Shipbuilding and D ry Dock ipany’s yard Sunday, a fte r having T he steam er H ennipen was in to r the first tim e this T uesday. The H ennipen w ill again c arry stone for th e L. D. Sn^ith Stone Com pany of th is city. Johnson & th e cont...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

of Cherries in Door County -L1 “WISCONSIN’S WONDERLAND.” VOLUME 60 historical Soonis MUHStHWIS *JMBER 6 ’ LA R G E ST C n tO IO A T IO R ' V IN N O R T H E A ST EH N W ISCO NSIN STURGKOM BA Y , W IS ., FR ID A Y, A P R IL 21*. 1 9 2 1 . £ S ,Y 2 E A T E b r i n g s IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD B E S O U I High Falls Connects Up With City Plant IS AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY Extension of Service Planned and Wiring For Heat Ranges To Ee Put In-i-Big Saving In ' Operating Effected ,By Change Sturgeon Bay Is ■ now connected up. with High Falls and has an un­ limited supply of electric power. High Falls power was tried o u t last Friday afternoon at 3:50 o’clock, Mayor Boler throwing the switch, and has been on ever since. It has n o t been necessary to make a , single change since all connections and in­ stallations being in perfect condition. The nbw power is very satisfactory to the consumers. W hile it is'n o t a much more brilliant light it is steady, and even. The consumption is als...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

P ag e Two PO O B COUNTT ADVOCATE, S IU IU B O N BAY, V IA , A PR IL 2 0 1021 Sawyer News. Miss Tillle Maiers went to Manito­ woc last week to visit lier mother who is sick. fiick SpaJsbury went to Menomi- V hee lust Friday where lie w ill visit relatives for a week or more. . Robert Kezo moved his well drill­ ing outfit to Little Sturgeon this'week •where he has several w ells to drill.\" The Ladies Aid of the German '/L utheran church will m eet with' Mrs. George Matzke on Wednesday, May 4. T he.B elle W. Culbert was at the Farmer Go.’s dock on Tuesday load­ ing freight for points up the penin­ sula. ■ ■ 1 , ' ■ .,,/„ - ' A May ball .will he held at Hen- quiriette’s hall on W ednesday, May. 4 The Lightning Jazz orchestra ’ will ’ Jay. • ■ •: Mrs. Henry Heilman and Miss Alma LaPage of Green Bay were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hugen- roth last week. There w ill be another big dance at the Pastim e Club hall this Friday eve­ ning. Everybody is inylted to come and hav...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

POOR OOPNTI ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, W&, A P R lli 89 1081 Page Thnw The Unknown ! Tenor By MURIEL BLAIR CALLS FOR STEADY NERVE ©, 1921, W estern Newspaper Union.) \"The way of the transgressor—” The cleric veered, with kindness aforethought, and supplied a crumb of comfort instead of censure. “The .w ay'of the transgressor may anon be bordered with roses of sweet peace and solitude, The moments of bygone days may drift back to you and tfde your ,souls heavenward. In your hearts you are not bad. lo u hpve perhaps sinned and your sins have identified you.’ But that does not hold you from about-facing to home and. loved ones, who still trust you. There is good ahead. When you have' paid the-county Its penalty be sure you show that sin’s identity was not. com­ plete.” ' • : It was song service day at the work­ house. . ■ “Now,” said the- minister, “let’s sing that gdod old song, ‘Bless’d Be the Tie That Binds.’ Everybody sing. Many of you have* good voices.” i The little chppfi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, LOCALS E . p . t . Dnncc— The E. F. TJ. lodge, -will give a May Ball Monday evening May 2, at the K. P. hall, to which everyone is cordially invited. Purchased Partner’s Interest— L. • J. Meverden has purchased the third interest in the Electric Supply Store owned by Howard Stephenson, who p ill retire from the firm. More Fords Arrive— Moeller's Gar­ age, Co. received another carload of Sedan and touring cars of the Ford type the fore part of the week and m ost of them have been delivered to customers. Decoration Day Program —Arrange­ m ents aye belng\\m ade By Sawyer citizens' to take charge of the Decora­ tion Day program for the city, co-op­ erating with the local American Le­ gion Post. Monthly Meeting— The regular monthly meeting of .the' Woman’s Missionary Society of the Congrega­ tional church will bp held Tuesday afternoon, May 3, with Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. Gas Drops**Again— Standard Oil prices took another , drop Tuesday of three cen...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

- ' f - DOOR h a y , WML, APRIL 23 1921 ' ' . : • ■ ’ - r — - v V i ' : , . . . ' 1 ■ ' V V T ' \" - . ■ \" 'v ' ' V ^ V V ' V ' v V ^ i V ________________ M-M-l | PERSONAL M EN TION j!■pictures I HXW87 NOTE* CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU ENOW ‘ \\ ♦ M U * i n I I I ! Arnold Severson of Porestvilte was a business visitor in the city Tues- . day, Mas Borchert of Milwaukee is spending t'he week in the city visiting his brother Frank. Miss Ann Boyd of Chicago visited at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyd during the week. Mr. and'Mrs. Carl Prueter of Bail­ eys Harbor visited with friends and relatives in this city over Sunday. Mrs. J. A. LaMere went to J^ckson- port this week to get the LaMere Lo&ge In readiness for the summer. Mrs. C. R.- Mac Allister was at Ap­ pleton during .first of the week, on business connected with h 6r shoe ■ store. '■ .. . Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Carmody moved to Kimberly, WIb., this week,-where Mr. Carmody has a position on the locks. . :j Ca...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

DOOB cioURTI ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WJB^ APRIL 29 10221 Baileys Harbor Miss Mary Hickey, autoed to the county seat, Thursday. , Clarence Matin transacted business a t Sturgeon Bay, Friday. Sheriff \"Stegman ot Sturgeon. Bay passed through town last Tuesday. Exor DeJardine of Jacksonport was among our callers Wednesday. Andrew Hendrickson of • Sister Bays was among our callers Tuesday Mrs,- Kalmbach or Sturgeon Bay autoed here Sunday after trailing ar­ butus. j Art. Sblom left far Milwaukee on Monday after another supply of goods tor his store. . Albert Zahn is through sowing, be­ ing one of the first ones that has com­ pleted his spring work. Peter Collins made a business trip to Sturgeon “Bay Thursday, returning home the following day. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Knudson of Cana Island spent the week end with relatives at the county seat. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dnclon and Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy of Pish Creek Sundayed with friends here. * Walt. Woerfel and family of Stur­ geon Bay Sundayed ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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