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

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WMU. OCTOBER 7. 1081 E N T I O N j STEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW » » • » » • ♦ » » » » M Cliff W right, K n ig h t of. th e Grip, w as in th e city calling on th e trad e th is week , Mis3 El^ie A nclam and M rs. K ath ­ erine M cNeely of Baileys' H arbor w ere in th e city Saturday. M rs. B ert H a rte l w as taken to one of th e local hospitals T uesday w here she w ill receive treatm en t. R. P . K ennedy ahd fam ily have been visiting his form er hom e in Sopertop, W is., d u rin g th e past week. M iss M arion R ysdorp, who is studying to becom e a train ed nurse, is hom e from Chicago fo r a vacation. Rev. C. W . W arren attended the s tate convention of C ongregational churches held a t E au C laire ' this week. M ra. Chas. M cM ullen of M anitowoc w as called here th is week on account of th e illness of h e r fath er, Mr. H artel. Jam es M inor, son of Mr. and Mrs. G rant M inor, has gone to D etroit, M ich., w here h...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n Clay Banks ■ ' Julius Helesoh is driving a Wand new Ford. ■ * Miss Julia W ortiska is employed v a t Sclunelzer’s. Raymond Viste is employed at J. Madden’s for the fall. i , v, . The Ladle? Aid m et with Mrs.'-E. Nelson Wednesday. ' Miss Clara Viste Sundayed with Miss Julia Wortska. - —-Melvin-Viste- left- for'- Madiscm week to attend the University , Mr. and Mrs. H. Schmeizle and son • Ray t Sunday with Mr. miss Julia Knutson left for pletOn last week to* stay for Ap- at John Sclimeltzer of Maplewood Was a business caller around here last week. Sjertson & Kolstad have busy pressing hay around here last few days. ■ : George. W ortiska ■ is employed Mrs. Wm. Schmelzer. John Birdsall’s. Mr, and Mrs Otto Pille and family visited with- Mr. and. Mrs., Norman Nelson Sunday afternoon. Misses Emily and Helen Cihlar and Anna Petrina Were the guests of Miss- Frances arid Bessie Wortiska. Mr. and Mrs. John Mackey and children visited at...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

- ■ * * \"j ■ • * •' ‘ r-yr f ' I ' / ' 1 1 _______ ' . • _ ____ 1 • . ~~t___ . ■ ,'i , ■ . v \" 1 ’ . OCTOBKB 7, 1021 ********* * * * * \\* M SMmt, BANK YOUR BANK “ good money when he had and out” late in life it is his money BANKED is If a man who ha EARNING POWER is “ down OWN FAULT. When you have banked enough to buy a new home or go into a business of your own, you will thank us for having the above printed. We invite YOUR Banking Business. BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS Any teacher having pupils who live MORE THAN TWO MILES from school should inform the parents that if they transport the children TO and FROM school for- at least 100 days they can collect from district funds 40 cents a day for every child trans­ ported. The last legislature changed the law. Previous to that, the amount allowed was 20 cents a day. The School Board Convention for teachers and board members wijl be held-as follows: Saturday, November 12th, at Sturgeon...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

Pape Ten DOOR COUNTS ADVOCATE, arU RG EO N B A X . '. W r . , ’ V ' '• '■•â–  OCTOBER 7,, 10 2 1 1IESE1S ’G reat Landslides in Utah Peo­ ple of Three Towns in Terror. OXIDES MAKE STREAMS RED (Many Structures a t Elsinore and ' Monroe Will Have to 8 e'Rebuilt— Bowlders Weighing Tons 'i Bound Into Canyons. ... Salt Lake City, .Utah, O ct 3.— Barthqauke shocks have continued a t intervals during the last 24 hours a t Elsinore and Monroe, 120 miles south of Salt Lake, and a t Richfield. Five distinct shocks were felt and a severe trem or completed the work of disaster In wrecking of buildings th at were dtjgmged Thursday. It Is esti­ mated th at 20 buildings at Elsinore and-M onroe will have to be rebuilt At Richfield a near panic ensued. iPqople. ran from their houses, stores rind offices. Chimneys were thrown down, windows were broken and cracks appeared in several buildings. One man was Injured by falling brick At Elsinore two chimneys a t the sugar factory were toppled over. Grs...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

/ . '• ./ :j Y & /•/. • ' :l Yolrnne v m THE DOOR COUNTY NEW S—“NEWS WORTH WHILE’ = Â¥ ........ Sturgeon Bay, \\7Pis., Thursday, October 13, 1921 EARLY PIONEERS ANSWER SUMMONS Phillip Gillick, Oldest Citizen of Town of Nasewaupee Passes Away Saturday. IN COUNTY FIFTY-SIX YEARS Jkaidrew Hartel, Old Resident of City Called Tuesday. Will Be Buried Friday. In the death of Phillip Gillick on ‘•Saturday evening, the town of Nase­ waupee lost one of Its oldest resi­ dent, both in point or age and resi­ dence. At the tim e of his death, Mr. Gillick had reached the advanced age of 92 years, having \"been born in Ireland on Octobbr 15, 1829. At the age of 8 years he came with his parents to ■Canada. It was along about ,1865 •when he came to this county and lo­ cated in the town of Nasefwaupee. Here he was married in 1869 and al­ though 40 years old when he took a life partner, there were seventeen chidren born of the union, of whom ten survive. The mother passed away about seven ye...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

©AGE TWO , 9 l5 = S = 5 = THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1921 T I M E L Y T O P I C S of S A W Y E R Fred Piton w ent’ to Green Bay the •Mrst «f the week to seek employment. G oerge H ein went to W est Allis th e first of the week to spend a few days visiting with relatives. . Raym ond Gigstad returned to Mil­ w aukee on Monday after spending a couple- of weeks visiting w ith rela­ tiv es. Arnold Baptist w ent to Beloit on 'Saturday, w here he plans on spend­ in g a coupfe of weeks visiting with relatives. : ••• • William B uschm ann w ent to . Beloit -on S aturday where he plans on spend In g a couple of weeks visiting w ith relatives. W i. W ulf has been spending the •past week o r eo visiting w ith rela- ’tives and friends in Sheboygan and Milwaukee. Mrs. Edw ard K ram er returned home xm Friday after spending a couple of weeks visiting relatives and friends In . Milwaukee. Chris Knudson of Evanston, 111., •spent a few days here the’past week with his children an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

THPRSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1981 TflE DOOB-COCTiTY 1CBWB IIIIIUliKilUllimiiniJEUIliilllllll!: N E W S O F T H E l Siiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniii? . Waupun—A mysterious fire in the warehouse at the state prison here on October 7 caused a loss estimated at $45,000, which is covered by insur­ ance. Convicts assisted in fighting the flre and there was no disorder, no attempts to escape. Scores were over­ come by the dense poisonous smoke from the smouldering pile of Mexican liber that is used in manufacturing binder twine. The prison hospital was filled to capacity with convicts and city firemen who fell victims to the smoke and gas. Edwin Luck, member of the city fire department, was seriously injured when a motor truck turned bottom side up at the prison gate while he was racing to the fire barn to obtain gas _masks. His scalp was partly torn off. A trusty who drove the car sustained a fractured jaw. When the fire broke out it was feared that dangerous prisoners might sei...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

Y.'.SW/K'. vc/'.-v ...... ' /: s====e====r THE » '%} -=■ ix B r ie f B its :: Meeting Again — The and Parents' meeting, Which was to have been held on Fri­ day eyening was again postponed un- AU tohaorrow evening, October I4fe. Bnmmnge Sale—The Ladies Aid of the Moravian'clnirch will hold a rum- mage sale on October 26 and 27 in the jgqyq’ fe’fe rooms. Bring your do­ nations there Tuesday before the sale or telephone Mrs. Herman Hawkey. Fire 'Alnrm—The department was galled out on Wednesday morning by A chimney fire in the residence ot iBeorge Washburn on Wisconsin street The sparks set fire to the roof, but ihe' lblaie! Was extiugplshed without doing any great amount of damage. i Offering—•'The Woman's Mfsr Nonary Society of the Congfegafemal church will hold their regular Thank Offer fe&* nleetlng at the church on Sunday a t'5 o’clock. President Brom- ytell.of Northland College will speak. A cdrdial invitation is extended to all to attend this meeting. Partridge Season Ov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

TBUBSDAY, OCTOBER 18, *921 THE POOB COUNTY HEWS h w l f V B Ourselves in Print :y Mrs. Cbas. Sampson spent the past ',.week^ visiting with her sons in Ken- yosba. • , t Mr. and Mrs. Wm.: Toselhnd have moved into their new bungalow on Propsom street. August braize and Mr. and Mrs. Al­ fred Gerondale and son of Union, were in the city on Tuesday. ' / A., B. Doolittle and Everett Valen­ tine were among the Ephraim visitors fn.the city qtoMqnday. . 1 ' AssisinSfj^i^i tJohn Peltier last week \"(Went to Wyoming, where he .is' Intcr- , ^ e d ^ ln .ah oit company.. . i. . ^3^..Att(OIrs. LouisDenil and Frank Mlnon o t Brussels were in the city on a business trip, on Thrusday. Archie^Hutto’of Green Bay was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday on one of his periodical business trips John Feuerstein lefT for Milwaukee , • and Chicago on Tuesday morning on K . a short business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Thos Wilson of Algoma spent i the ■ latter part of last w eek. visiting _*•/., With relatives a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

ISCC tu b d o o r cotnm raw s THIS AND THAT ---------- —— from —-----:— —i---------- HERE AND THERE FISH CREEK Culls Mrs. Sylvester Judd On Tuesday night of last week at 10 o’clock, Mrs. Sylvester Judd away at her home in \"this vill- peatli was caused by cancer of t i e liver. Mrs. Judd had been ailing all sum­ m er. but it was not until about a week jbefore her death that she was obliged 46 take to her bed. Deceased was 47 years and, 5 months *ld at the time of her death, and her maiden name was Bertha Copesky, jBhe being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Copesky of Baileys Har- who have made their home for the hast thirty years or She was married in 1891 to Judd, since which time she her home in this village, is survived by her husband and children, the»lr.tter being Mrs. Fred Rankin of Sturgeon Bay and .Henry'and Alice at home. The funeral was held on Friday af- services being held in the Day Adventist church, Rev. esteimeyer of Sheboygan offi- Mrs. Judd was an active member ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1931 THE DOOB COUWTY NEIVS The DoorCounty Batared m a sco a d -c lu s m atter. Jnljr 1 , I B li , a t the postofflea a t Bturgoon B »r, Wla- — atln . muter th e act o f M atch & 1878. PU B L ISH E D W EEK LY B Y . THE DOOR COUNTY NEWr (Incorporated) BABL H . LaPLANT, P n sld a n t W . WAGENER, Secretary aad Troarorei. •AddMU -a ll com m oalcatlona to T ht Sturgeon Bay, W isconsin. Kan, Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wls., October 18, 1921 ^ THE COUNTRY PA PER F or years it has been a ■ favorite am usem ent of the large city dailies to re fe r to the local news contained in ■the.'country press as “sm all town • atuff.” • It pleases the city dw eller to read It ■at his breakfast table. . I t ' emphasizes the superiority of ■“metropolitan wisdom,” And we of .the country press are co n ten t to let it go a t th at, with a passin g word or two of comment. The \"sm all tow n stuff” w hich fur­ n ishes so m uch am usem ent to our city tr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

BIGHT m b o o s comm bvws THTTRWPAY. OCTOBZtt 18. 1881 WAY OF A WOMAN By M ARIE RYAN. V 21, by MoCiure Newspaper Syndicate.! ,Jj girt at the platto in the wide Jiggled out one little ragtime air jj another. The admiring group her grew larger as the “guests” Tpd in twos and tlfrees out ot the Jdropped g-room after tlie mid-day meal. _e Who were not attracted to the. fcito seats either in the, or on the qrfnzza. , outh ip. white trousers and blue 5 pointedly attentive to the st. The amlie of thanks she gave was perfunctory. , Occasionally urned and loojred through the hall |he far end where another young was sitting, pretending to read a SpSper while he adjnired her dls- tly. jene Cobrtenmnche thought she was jy fascinating. But these people {eared to him as the American mid- class. Though hl§ perceptions and Ijudlces were * foreign—French—he fa not without lights on the United ktes before he arrived there. His jther was an American of some for- |ie who had married a Frenchman b had ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 October 1921

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, m i THB DOOR C0UNTY_HBW8 PAGB r a n i COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Official Publication Adjourned regular meeting of the '•City Council, October 7, 1821. Meeting called to order by Mayor John Boler. .Roll call: Present, Adermen Moel­ ler, Marshall, Stewart, Cheeseeman. Nelson, Wiesner. Absent Leonhardt and Green. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. • ' School budget of 1921 for 1922 ■was read and adopted. . • City budget of 1921 for 1922' as at­ tached was read: Bonds— Light, Water ........ Interest on Bonds........ •Contingent F u n d - Unexpected Expenses.. Docks and Landings— Fifth Payment . .. .. .. .3 600 Interest ($2000) . .. . 1 •' 90 Expenses ....... • • • • 400 Refund of Taxes ....... Public Library— „ Salaries . . . . . . . . 7 ..... 1,360 Expenses ......• • • • • • • 1,240 Sprinkling Streets . .. . y.y. •City Council— V / : - \\ n - . Salaries, Aldermen . .. . 800 Expenses .......... 200 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES Light' Mayor— Salary . ... .. Expenses...

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 — 14 October 1921

PAGE TEN I THE DOQB /COUNTY HEW S TBngB8DAT, OCTOBER IS. 1981 Lake Marine News DAIRY , d.Local uud General Interest 9 • ■ V HINTS ■% -s The striomer J. L. Reiss was i uoath-bouafi passage on Sunday after noon. TJhe^ steam er K ansas arrived in port ' on T u esd ay and w ent to the yards of th e Sturgeon Bay Drydock com vimy Where she has been docked for a c a l^ n g and searching below the w at­ e r lin e .' ' ‘ ..The excursion steam er 'Mineral City and S kater will be hauled out a t the yardp of.th e Leathern D. Sm ith Dock ro m p a n y a t the foot of Liberty street duting th e ensuing, i fall and w inter, ’wh’erh .they will receive a general or. rirhauUng. Waif's have been construct­ e d ’tor .this purpose during the past . week , or so. T he steam barge Ogemaw of Sagi- naw C K y.M ich., was am ong the pass-, ages .thru the bay Saturday on hpr, way sorith., This is the first tim e th at this boat-has used th isw aterw ay . She is one of tho old tim ers, having been built ,...

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 — 21 October 1921

VOLUME M ADISON W I S •H i a t a r i cal Rooms’\"IBS ijArgbst cntomuTHHi w? ?- S i N O H T H E A S T E H JI W U C O X fflA STURGEON BAY, VVI8., FRIDAV, OCTOBER21. U921. _ _ T H 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 B R S W jR Mayor Boler Boosts Stur- PKTERSON BILL CONDEMNED Oter Two Hundred Delegates Present At Convention of v League of Wisconsin Muni- cipalities . Held At Janes­ ville-Last Week Mayor Boler returned on Saturday from his trip to Janesville, where he went as the city’s representative to th e convention of the League of Wis- Oofisin Municipalities. This was the ’ m ay o r's'first attendance at such a ' •onventlon and he Is loud in his praise of the work of the League and th e splendid reception and entertain­ m ent given the delegates at Janes­ ville and Edgerton, both cities, join­ ing in entertaining , the visitors. Some two hundred and forty city of­ ficials from all parts of the state at­ tended the three, d a /s’ convention, which was r...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 October 1921

P ag e Two d o o r c o u n t ? a d v o c a t b ’ b t c r g e o n b a t , w o * Oc t o b e r a i, 1021 oasted Sawyer lhg. Notice this delicious flavor when you smoke Lucky Strike —itV sealed in by the toasting process NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP WITH Coal & Wood We have either \" N lfT1'\"\" ' ■ ' STOVE J POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Phone 363. Sawyer Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R AND Maplewood W edding bells w ill soon bo rlng- F U N E R A L D I RE CT OR xitbx MnanOT P hone 18»-R~-185-Vr. Sawyer, Wi*. Patronize Our They are all boosters and deserve your business. a Costs Only 50c W AHL E V E R SH ffiP No. 151 Enameled Pencil The last word in p en cil econom y. Carries 18 inches of lead—many months* supply. Extra fillings , cost 15 cents a box. Ideal for use in of­ fice, shop or school. The exposed eraser is always ready for service. M e c h a n i c a l l y perfect, just like all EVERSHARPS. Its rifled steel tip grboves the lead and holds it firmly. red. quality7 Step in and ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 October 1921

POOR OOPNTT ADVOCATE, &TUBGBON BAY, W »H OCTOBER 21,1921 This is the start of a better day •! There's satisfying comfort and cheer in a breakfast cup of Postum, and there's no disturb- : ing element to irritate nerves or digestion and ' leave mental energy lagging before the day is. done. , ■ 1 Thousands of former coffee users have found that Postum meets every demand for a delicious table beverage, and brings steadier nerves, dearec •• mind—better health. v ■■ As many cups as you like with any meal— . no after-regrets. — .......\" Postum comes in twoforins: InstantPosttim(in tins) made instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages of larger balk, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal ia being prepared): made by boiling for 20 minutes. - : \"There’s a Reason” for Postum Sold by all grocers C* r37* 1% ? UrfW WrumTA, m bank YOUR BANK A If a man who has made “good mdney when he had EARNING POWER is “down and out” late in li...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 October 1921

J , , '■'■Png® Fdnr p o o b d o in n t a d v o c a te , s t u r g e o n ,nair, w ib„ , o c t o b e i i 21,3021 * SLOAN S RELIEVES OR forty years Sloan’s-Liniment I has been the quickest' relief for . neuralgia, sciatica and rheuma- ' tism , tired muscles, lame backs, sprains and strains, aches and pains. ' Keep Sloan’s handy and apply freely, without rubbing, a t the firsts twinge. I t ’cases and brings comfort surely and readily. You’ll find it .dean and non-sldn-staining. Sloan’s Liniment £3 pain’s enemy, Adc your neighbor. - ' . A t all druggists—35c, 70c, $1,40. !§ S ® a _ -L in im en t Pain’s m e m Tho torture ofsbinitch Will quickly bo relieved by applying before retiring, Dr.Hobson’aEczemaOint. ment. Oneof Dr.Hobson'e Family Remedies. Stop:. XtcMncf S k in . ik n iH p s j ----------- DrHobson’s KsasaEczemaOintmentM Thisssibe Stove Polish Should FT'S d ifferen t fr o m Others because more 1 is taken in the mi ... and the materials used toe higher grade. B la ck Silk St...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 October 1921

ADVOCATE. BAT« W BU., O CTO BEB21, 1021 Page St** ? * K * X X H K l l ll H n i l K K K * K K % H * * * H * X X X » H » * K * * X X X War Finance Corpora­ tion Active IS AN EMERGENCY BODY Unable To Deal Directly With Each Farmer Action Must Be Taken Thru Local Banks.. Loans Made For Market- • ing Crops, Etc. You piay . think that a genuine Willard Battery for your Ford car would cost too m u ch . We’d like t o see the look of surprise that comes on your face when we quote you our price! HARRY HOCKS Batterv Service Station [M' STURGEON Just Coal. Clean Coal. Free from S late- Slag — Refuse* Honest Service. Every cargo o f our coal is subjected to tests before it is accepted.* You pay for heat units and we intend to give you just what you pay for. We say if is good coal because we know by actual test that it is. We are here to serve you. Leathern D. Smith Dock Go. “OUR COAL MAKES WARM FRIENDS” Fone 87 to comes thd opportunity which will mean ever-increasing prosperity and usefulnes...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 October 1921

* * e» 8 ix 7*“’Alt' 0OOR oousn iOVOOAH, STURGEON BAY, WMU OCTOBER'ai, 1921 LOCALS • County Board Meeting—The coun­ ty board convenes In annual session on November iotta. Lecture Course—All those holding (tickets please turn in all money col­ lected on Friday afternoon. Tickets unsold may be held until further no tice. Baby Boy—A 7 lA pound baby boy \"was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C aeth at the Egeland hospital Sun­ day, mother and baby both doing .’. nicely. . . Bouquet of Roses—Victor Mero brought The Advocate a bouquet of wild roses in full bloom Monday, October 17 th, which were picked in his open field in the -town of Stur­ geon Bay, near the Goff farm. P aid $100 Fine—Albert Masschein, who was .charged y ith the manufac­ tu re of moonshine, pleaded guilty be­ fore Judge Dehos Mopday and was fined $100 and costs. Masschein was In the employ of the Green Bay Sugar Company. W orn Clothing Shower— Two Class­ en of the city school, Miss Bagnall and Miss Schumaker, teache...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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