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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 September 1921

:i |S |il : ,:a ® -Z^ZZ.-Z : ZZZv:- ifcj'-iv\"'7' .: .■■:■: ::-v'ZZZ VOLUME 60 NUMBER O A S T U R G E O N \" . B A Y , W I S ., F R I D A V, S E P T E M B E R .2 . 1 0 2 1 . H. L. Schmidt, Nasewaupee, Couu- ty Secretary. Herman Foth,- town of Sturgeon Bay, County Treasurer. John Rutz, Maplewood. Jos. Cumber, Brussels. Fred A. Erdman, town tine local. Gust Kath, W ideawake local, N FARM BUREAU PICNIC NEW SAWYER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Farmers In Marks Beginning of Bur* eau Activities John Teioh, W est Jacksonport. Vignes. Ole Arne?on, This committee will push the work of organization and expect, to hare its work completed in this county by the time the association is incorpor­ ated and ready for business, which is expected to be sometime in January. PICNIC Frank Tilley Addresses Gathering Explaining Association To Co­ operatively Market Milk In STORM PUTS CITY IN DARKNESS T hat the farm ers of Door county are deeply interested in bettering their dairy condition was evidenced by t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 September 1921

% „ . . V •• ■ POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAT, WI8*S£PTEMBER 2, 1021. * K Sawyer News. . Henry Kath was a Green Bay vis­ itor-on Saturday.-. . Mrs. Wm. Krasen left Monday for Splijtrock, W is., to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Prank McDermott were Green Bay visitors on Wednes­ day. V,/ A. J. Taube, the jeweler, hris added a stock of plain and fancy stationery to his stock. ■ Miss Lena -Johnson returned Mon- . day from her vacation trip to New Torii City. Mrs. Eugene Simon visited rela­ tives and friends in Algoma the fore part of the week, Fred Knuth and son went to Fair- mount, Minn., Saturday to attend the funeral of a relative. Miss Mary Leltl returned to Mil­ waukee Saturday after spending the summer with her mother.. ’v Mr. and Mrs. Frank Busch and daughter spent Sunday with\" rel­ atives at Rio Creek. Jos. Schmeider and fam ily are here from W rightstown this week vis­ iting friends and relatives. Miss Matilda Meyers is visiting her home In Manitowoc, having lef...

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 — 2 September 1921

c V - ' & • DOOB CJOUNTX ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIJ9., SEPTJEJIBER 2,1021 Just Wrapped in Bottle* It helps you m alie. the world go round. Alway* the itama the world overt. Phone 38-W Telegraphic Glance of Events Through Wisconsin. OPPOSED TO KU KLUX KLAN BOATS I have in Btock Row Boats suit- able for Evinrude or other motors. Motor Boats, Sail Boats or Canoes built to order. * All work~ fully guaranteed. Repair work of all kinds done promptly. ' Anderson Boat Works Near Fish Hatchery . v Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Phone 298. Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R A N D / F U N E R A L D I R E C T O R LADY ASSISTANT Phone 135-R— 185-W. Sawyer, Win Sturgeon Bay Boat Works Johnson & Gmach B u i l d e r s o f — FISH BOATS CRUISERS LAUNCHES ROWBOATS SKIFFS CANOES SAIL BOATS. Repair Work Promptly Done. All Work Fully Guaranteed. Marine Railway for hauling out boats Shop foot of Spruce St. CONTRACTORS IN Sidewalk Building A N D - Concrete Mixing OF ALL KINDS. Milwaukee Citjzens Make Appeal to • Go...

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

Door County Advocate Bntered a t the Poatofflco a t Sturgeon Bay, WIs., aa second-class matter. Published By ••• , Door County Publishing Company Incorporated. Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wls. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communication!) to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. -'.Is' ordering addreea. changed, the old aa well as the new address should be given Foreign Advert! ting Represettathra THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT. 2. Overdoing a Good Thing State parks are something th at ev­ ery state should have, lakes and for­ ests where-people from crowded cit­ ies can'go and enjoy nature is a tonic th at will do more for their health In a few short weeks, than all the medi­ cine manufactured. However, a good thing can be oV- crdone, and it appears that securing state parks is being overdone by some enthusiastic people and nows,- papers. At present Wisconsin has four large state parks, well' divided in different sections of the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 September 1921

Meeting Advisory Board Held Monday DOOR COUNTY QUOTA $1,200 **XIO W -A ■ D A Y S ” says the Good Judge A man can get a heap more satisfaction fromasmaH chew of this class of tobacco, than he ever could get from a big chew of the old kind. He finds it costs less, too. The good tobacco taste lasts so much longer he doesn’t need to have a fresh chew nearly . as often. •, Any man who uses the Real i Tobacco Ghew will tell you that. A A , / ■ / / A a Put up in two.styles „ W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco H K K It K WW KHK ^ 31MK M WW K KW It X KKII It KII mlW W H a W W )HHH» W W M Members of Advisory Board and Committees For Coming Year Appointed—Summary of , Work Done In State -v i a n - B r u ‘on C o m n a n y , 1107 B r o a a w a y . N e w York City H. J. HAHN Licensed Embalmer — Funeral Director M o d e r n F u n e r a l C a r U P -T O -D A T E F U R N I T U R E Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Bran, per ton. . .. . . . f . . , .$20.00-$22.00 Wheat Middling...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 September 1921

jPfrtmOtHTSTgAPVOOATE. BTUBGEOM BAY, W1B., 8EPTEMBBR2, 1921. LOCALS Baby Girl— A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Simon Sept. 1 W. C. T. U.—The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs Frank Long next Tuesday afternoon, Sept 6th. Bath House Closed—The munici- palbatli bouse was closed yesterday, Sept, 1st, it having been In charge of W. A. Sanderson during the sea­ son. f- ■. WJtf.S. Meeting—The Woman’s -Missionary society of the Congrega­ tional’'church \\ill meet Tuesday af­ ternoon, Sept. 6, with Miss Mary Reynolds. ^ ^fcw Smoke Stack—Mike Welter has raised a new smoke stack on the planing mill of the Barker Lumber & tiel Co. The stack was made at the Smith shops. Shrine'Visit Off—The Shriners ol Milwaukee, who had planned-a, mo-, tor trip to this county for this week­ end have called it off owing to un­ avoidable complications. Linen Shower—A group of young ladles pleasantly surprised Cecelia Oroth at her home on Wednesday evening with a linen shower. As usual coming eve...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 September 1921

PO O B O O PN T Y ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W M k,SE PT E H B B R 3, 1081. P : g RSp:pA,L: MENTION j JTEWSY IfOTSS CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW N /H erbeck an d -the'C asco L ad les’ J u n io r Red C ross activities w ill be In charge of C ounty S uperin ten d en t F raw ley, of K ew aunee county. Mr. a^id M rs. Edw. H oule and fam ­ ily spent Saturday in Green' Bay. H enry Propsom left M onday for M ilw aukee to atten d tire state fair. ’ Miss E . B ittn er of M ilw aukee is visiting w ith Rev. and M rs. M. Schroeder. ■ . . Jam es Poulos -was here from Ply­ m outh, W is., over/S u n d ay renew ing acquaintances. Rev. and M rs. E. Sterz are visit­ in g friends a t Jacksonlport an d B aileys H arb o r th is we^k. Mr. and M rs. Jos. M arik who had, been visiting relatives here, retu rn ed du rin g th e w eek to M ilwaukee ’ W alter A ugustine left for Chi­ cago first of th e w eek, w here he ■went on business and pleasure combined. H arry Scofield of C harlotte, N. C., arrived M o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 September 1921

• -A Page E ight BOOB flororo a p v o c M B , B tro c a io s b a y , w is., Se p t e m b e r a, lssr . Baileys Harbor ' Peter Hocks of Jacksonport was among our callers Monday. ’ Mr. and Mrs. Jim McArdle'' were Sturgeon Bay callers Tuesday. Miss Carrie Paddock of Sturgeon Bay \"was among our callers Tuesday. Albert Gerdman and -wife were Sturgeon Bay callers Tuesday. • A. A. Minor and daughters Mina and Mae 'were among our Sunday callers. Lyle Sizer left for his home at Milwaukee the latter part .of the week. ■ .■ - ' Judge Henry Graass left for Green Bay Sunday to be absent for a few days. Quite a few of our young people attended the dance' at Egg H arbor on Wednesday last. --v Mr. and Mrs. Sam Londo and Bon Lloyd of Sturgeon Bay transacted business here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Pleck and Mrs. John Brann of Sturgeon Bay Sun- dayed a t the Panter Resort. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W esafer of Sarnica, Can., are visiting with their daughter, Mrs. L. A. Valentine. Misses Anna and Marth...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 September 1921

DOOR OOPRCT APVOOAXE. B’CTJR^EOy BAY, W5u£ SEPTEMBER 2,1921. Page Nfo*f Washington Island Mrs. Will Engelsen, who has been quite sick with the flu, la on the'gain again.': , Loyal Cornell of Sturgeon Bay is visiting 'with his aunt, Mrs. Geo Moe, for a few days. . 1 -V : The schools begin their studies again for another season next Tues­ day, Sept. Gth. . - Miss Furlong and nephew, Henry, of Milwaukee are stopping at the White House hotel for awhile. : Dr. J. Leason is putting up new house on his land, which was formerly the, old Severs place. ’ The Bethel Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. Swara Hagen and all enjoyed a very good time. Mrs. Anton Smith returned to her home in Chicago last Thursday on the Goodrich boat Carolina. Mr. Furrlo and son, who stopped at. the White House hotel for awhile, returned to Chicago last Thursday, The wellrdrillers had the misfor­ tune of breaking their jaw while drilling a well for Ted. Gudmund- son. ■ Mrs. Alice Koyen returned home [F irst Pub...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 September 1921

PugeTen p o o r co un ty a d v q c a t iv ,s tu r g e o n b a y . w ia.t Se p t e m b e r 2, io a i. Big Appetite Eat what you please! Enjoy every mouthful! Feel fine always! GARREN’S TONIC For sale in Sturgeon Bay by Clark P. Bassett, In Sawyer by Woerfel’s Drug Store, and in Detroit Harbor by Geo. O. Mann. rilTakeaChance DON’T SAY THIS ABOUT YOUR OAR. Insurance is Cheaper in the long run. We \\vrite fire, theft, liability and property damage all in one pilicy. This gives you perfect protection. Our interest in your policy does not stop jl ,■ •Â» when we collect the premium. We get you a good adjust­ ment on all claims. J. G. Ollinger Doans The Insurance Man Investments Bonds Egg Harbor Defeats Lo­ cal Team GAME WENT 12 INNINGS Large Crowd Witnessed Best Game on Local Grounds This Season—Baileys Harbor * Next Sunday Worth Embroidery Art g t fShop Special Bargains ON STAMPED GOODS OF AT.T. KINDS. DON’T MISS IT! ■■■ Pure Linen Table Sets, Dresser Sets,- Pillow Cases to matc...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

\" t » . VOLUME v^-60^a - :v^v$&yv • v \" -VK :' , Historical Booms *' MADISON WIS *5 ■ y: STURGEQIN BAY WIS., FKIDAY SEPTEMBER ), 1 9 2 1 . Nearly One Thousand Enjoy State Park SPEECH, GAMES FILL DAY Nordman Denies Statement Ifhat Market Division Backs Equity Plan-—Gives Stirring Ad- , dress To the Farmers At the Farm Bureau picnic at the State Park Labor day Edward Nord- man, director of the Wisconsin Divi­ sion, of Markets, took exception to the Equity Society’s statement that the Market Division was hacking their milk-marketing plan. He stat­ ed emphatically that froth the .Divi­ sion of Markets and College of Agri­ culture'were opposed to the Equity plan because they did not helieve that it was based on the right princi­ ple. “We are in favor,” he said, \"of the organizations of the type of the Cheese Producers federation which are organized from the bottom- up, and not from the top, down. ’’ Mr. Nordman, in his stirring, ad­ dress to the farmers and their fam­ il...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

toast '^':v / DOOR OOCNIX ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W18- SEPTEM BER 0 , 10S1 Sawyer News. Marvin Pies a Benedict M arried to a t L ake Genova, Aug. 81. M arvin Flos, son o£ Mr. and M rs. F. W . Pies, of Sawyer, and M iss E d ith Anna K rueger, d au g h ter of M t. and Mrs. B ernhard K rueger, of Lake Geneva, w ere m arried on Au­ gust 31st a t the la tte r place. The huptial knot was tied by Rev. R. T. W ilkowske, b ro th er of th e bride. The atten d an ts w ere Miss Lydia K rueger, sister of the bride, and Miss V erna Bonnes, and H erb ert Pies, b rother of the groom , and W il­ liam K rueger, b ro th er of th e bride. T he bride w ore a b rid al veil and a gown of w hite georgette crep t and carried a show er bouquet of w hite roses and lillies of th e valley. The bridesm aids w ore organdie and car­ ried bouquets of roses. A sum ptuous w edding din n er w as served to im m ediate relativ es a fte r the cerem ony a fte r w hich h e happy couple le ft on a two w eeks’ w eeding t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

. BOOK COTOW AP VOCATB. STUBflMOK BAT, w m . siBPIXSHBgR ft, 1921 V agn flU tfi Forestville S to n e m a n & Son. shipped two car loads of stock to the Chicago m arket W ednesday morning. ’ . The farm ers hereabouts havis fin­ ished threshing their harvest, which was the poorest in years. ' Miss Lulu Moore returned Friday of last week to Sherrard, 111., where she will again teach in high school. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. H arting of Sawyer, visited with Mr. and Mrs. H erm an K rueger W ednesday after­ noon. , George Poh, who is employed at the Teweles & Brandeis elevator a t Sawyer, spent Sunday with his par­ ents here. A lbert Feller of Two Rivers ar­ rived, last week and is* spending a few days w ith friends and relatives in this community. Jacob W isner, Jr., re tu rn e d ' t* his studies at Concordia college, M ilwaukee, last Tuesday morning. Likewise Chester Feske. ■ ' / L. C. Moore, the local confectioner, has charge of the Maplewood depot during the absence of Agent R....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

S^£EEMBSa%. 9 , 1021-., LOCALS jBrokc H er Arm— M rs. P . Butchsl- d er felL Sunday m orning and had the m isfortune to break a bone in h er le ft w rist. W ill Close Thursday— By m utual agreem ent all the stores and busi­ ness houses w ill close next T hurday aftern o o n for the fair. iB io k e Collar B ono—A lbert Con- ju rsk e, son of F ran k C onjurske h ad h is collar borie ‘ broken W ednesday w h ile playing foot ball h t the high school. N early Completed— T he new resi­ dences being erecte'd by D avid H oule and F red W ilke are abo u t ready to rj occupancy and both pla'ces are a J Sixteen cred it to the city a s w ell as to th e ir J ow ners. ' J W ill Bo H ero— The F lo ra Devos company, w hich h as held fo rth a t th e Opera H ouse du rin g fair week fo r m any years past, w ill again be ‘h ere, opening up next Monday n ig h t.' . C harge of R e s t Boom — The W om­ a n ’s Club w ill have charge of th e re s t room a t th e fa ir grounds again th is year, it being ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

tpO O B f lO ro W iP V Q C A lB ., STPBCBON BAT, WI&, SEPTEMBER O, 1031 Page F tt* W 1 iW I W W t l t M l l l l ii PERSONAL MENTION iIKansas WEW8Y NOTES CONCEENINO PEOPLB YOU KNOW John Corboy was a week-end visi­ to r a t his home in Oconto. Mrs. Grant M inor' spoilt., last Sun- day and Monday a t Oshkosh. Mrs. F rank LeonhaiMt of Sawyer, was a guest of Mrs. W. Heck. Jnlius Peterson oKBevastopol, was a Sturgeon Bay caller last Saturday. Mrs. F. B. Brehmer of Milwaukee spent several days at the home of Mrs. Wm- Boyd. • Miss Pauline Hanson, of Oshkosh, has been a. guest of L. A. Larsen during the past week. M iss Leah Arnold returned to Baraboo, Wis., Monday where she will again teach school. • Mrs. R. P. Cody returned first of the week frm Milwaukee, where she had been attending the state fair. R uth Birmingham left for Mil­ waukee Saturday where she has been visiting friends during the week. • John Egan and wife, of Manito­ woc, are the guests of friends and relatives in the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

v m sB ix • /* ::'r. U sssst COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIB., SEPTEMBER 0, 1021 Big Doings at Ross F. Wright's GRASSHOPPER Pavilion 1 Fair Week, Sept 14-15 Wednesday and Thursday Are the Two Big Nights Big Mardi Gras Carnival We Cater to Everybody. 'H W *««4 n 4 « I H 4 W W W » l » 4 W » W »44 W * »H W W H » CloVer Leaf COKE Leathern D. Smith Dock Co. “Our Coal Makes Warm Friends” PHONE 87 OR 70 ^ * * * * * * * * * a****** ■ ■, ■ | m i h i ' ALL KINDS OF JOB At the Advocate Office Henry Fortemp of Sawyer, was a caller at Ahern Sunday. , /• Miss Agnes Grassel, daughter of Mike Grassel, is on the Bick list. Miss Anna Fronda is employed at the Charles Grassel home for a couple of weeks. The Stauber Bros, .have again finished their jobs of threshing. It was a very short season this year. Mrs. J. Kreppel and children Aus­ tin and Garnet, motored to Rosiere on Monday to visit her sister, -Mrs. J. Demanur. Garrett Moore and daughter Me- nie of \"West Green Bay, were her...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

DOOB COUNTS’ ADVOCATE, 81 BA*. W ig* SEPTEMBER 0, 1021 Baileys Harbor Bernard Boettcher motored to the county seat, ^Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wasserback were Sturgeon Bay callers Friday. Messrs. Rogers and Molar of Mil­ waukee were am ong, our callers on Tuesday. Mrs. Tom Toseland and daughter, Charlotte were among our callers, Monday. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Lamp Dresser of Sturgeon Bay called on Mrs. Pfeifer here Monday. . ' f Ferdy Jorns motored to Green Bay Thursday. He was accompanied by Ohlin Hansen. Adam Hendrick of Manitowoc vis­ ited with relatives here Sunday1, re­ turning Monday. A large delegation of our towns­ people attended the farmers’ picnic at State Park Monday. Mrs. Oscar Knudson and Mrs. R. A. Noelck transacted business * at Sturgeon Bay on Monday. The village school began Monday under the management of Louis Willems and Lena Boettcher.v Louis Daus of-Racine returned to his home Monday after spending a few days at Lakeside Lodge. Art. Solom, one of our merchants...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

• • ■ - ' •' - ’. -: € -/v ■V- PQOB OOPKOT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT. W1S, Looks like a Phonograph Works Like a Furnace ■ / / X . HEATROLA is in reality a pipeless furnace. . A real furnace, yet it requires no more space than an ordin­ ary heating stove. It will heat three to six rooinB,. and heat them better than an ordinary stoye heats one. When we say better, we mean more uniformly, more economically and more health­ fully. • That’s because the Heatrola works on exactly the . same principle as a high-grade : pipeless furnace—by circulat­ ing warm, moist air—not by radiating dry heat, as does the ordinary stove. , ' ESTATE ,y HEATROLA is the new-day way of heating ■—not a “ novelty,” not an ex­ periment, but a practical prop­ osition, developed hy one - of the oldest and largest stove fac­ tories in the country, and pro- ‘ claimed by experts as the high- • est development of heating for small homes, with or without a basement. Burns hard coal or soft, lig­ nite or clac...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

S e c tio n T w o LA R G E ST CIRCULATION JOT N O R T H E A ST E R N W ISC O N SIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDA V, SEPTEMBER 9. 1921. T H E AD VO CA TE BR ING S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD B E S T O W .... By Douglas Malloch. We Wrest no subterranean store from out of caverns deep and c%k, Nor with the blood-red hand of war. make harvest of a nation’s 'tears. • ( v ( ( , i ■ i - f ' Gurs is the wealth of God’s good soil, and on his earth we leave no mark : But furrows of the farmer’s toil, the business of a thousand years. , . .: Here we assemble what we grew, here we have' gathered of the yield, The products of the work we do, our answer to the 'ones who ask. These are the children of the seed, arisen in the fertile field, A world of weary ones to feed—a noble duty, honest task. * . Even in joy of. labor done we have our hour'for deeper thought, To see the glory of the sun in smiling fruit and golden grain E’en in the frolic of the fair we realize how God has wrought Till herds ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

■ D O O B T O P O T I ADVOCATE, StfUBGEON BAY, W B „ SE PTE M B E R 9, 1031 [ F ir s t P u b lic a tio n S e p t 2, 1921— w 6] S ta te o t W isc o n sin , 4n C irc u it C o u rt, f o r D oor C o u n ty . : T h e C h a in S to re s R e a lty C o m p a n y ,^ vs. .. • O tto T a n k A u g u s ta & L a w re n c e M ary ( c o r r e c t fir s t n am e u n k n o w n * R ic h ­ a rd s , w ife o f N apoleon R ic h a rd s N a ­ p o leo n S te in a n d C a r r ie . (c o rre c t first nam e! u n k n o w n ) S tein , h is w ife L izzie ( c o r r e c t firs t n a m e u n k n o w n ) S ch u y ler, ■wife o f H . S m ith S c h u y ler H e le n (co r­ r e c t f ir s t n a m e u n k n o w n ) B e la n g er, W lie o f F ra n c is B e la n g e r A n n a (c o r­ r e c t f ir s t n a m e u n k n o w n ) B a te s, w ife o f - C h a rle s D. B a te s J o h n M cK in n ey a n a L a u r a (c o rre c t fir s t n a m e u n ­ k n o w n ) M cK inney, h is w if e E r a s tu s R & w son a n d F a n...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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