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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 October 1921

p o o r o o u n t v a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , tn»» O c t o b e r a i , 1,021 '* * * * ■» # » » » HHH j i ^ E ^ S O N A L M E J f T I O m : • fcEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU E!NOW ♦M II iill WW WH WttH WWMWt I R ichard K oehn m ade a business trip to M ilw aukee th is week. R oy T horp of F ish C reek w as a business v lsto r in th e city Tuesday. A son w as bo rn to M r. and M rs. 6 h as. E ichlnger of th is city on Oc­ to b e r 12th, M r. and -M rs. Isaac Johnson m ot­ o red to K ew aunee Sunday, w here th ey .Bpent th e day w ith friends. Mfe. Jos. B ergeron re tu rn e d T ues­ d ay from a th re e ’w eeks’ visit a t Cleveland, Chicago and M ilw aukee. te a . M acLennon, of Tripoli. W is., is visiting his p aren ts, M r. and M rs. D. If. M acLennon, of Sawyer! M rs. Jo h n H ahn and d au g h ter Ju n e of C ana Island a re guests of Mr. and M rs. C. W . S anderson during th e w eek. M iss A lta M everden' h as been vis­ itin g du rin g th e w eek at...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 October 1921

poob oorogyjaivocM^ wa* ootobeb 21,1021 The reason for the continued good health of some children 5 is simple enough Especially when you know the facts, some of which are given here EVERY mothe? is proud of a healthy, strong youngster that radiates buoyant life and 'energy.' She has. reason to be proud, be&use the child's good health proves her wisdom in the selection of the focxl she gives her boy or girl. All mothers should know that growing children require a balanced diet, a diet containing tjie food ele­ ments needed for building and energizing the little body. Grape-Nuts, the rich, nourishing food, made from • whole wheat flour and malted barley, served with milk or cream, contains the materials the child needs for its beat growth and development. Grape-Nuts helps make sound teeth, strong nerves and pure red blood, and for the palate there is nothing . more wholesome or delicious. - ____ Go to your grocer today and get. a package of strength-giving Grape-Nuts. Let the chi...

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 — 21 October 1921

DOOB c o m m it ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI&, OCTOBER 81, 1021 After Every Meal1 AH over the (world people use Ibis sobdx well as its CHICAGO Pleasure. Keeps teetb clean* breath sweet. throat soothed. Aids appetite and dteestipn. S till 5 c C A T A L m S L A N O ealed Tight — Kept R COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS Most advertisements invite you to This advertisement invites yoii to save. Why not respond to this one FHtST?” You will spend less and save more , if you make this bank your f i r s t s t o p on payday. Dobr County State Bank Dirs. Fairfield, Bairtran CLINIC BU1L DR. W . B . FAIRFIELD ■ -Surgery & Company DING DR. J. J. ROBB E ye, Ear, Nose and Throat. G lasses F itted. DR. W . B . LEAFER Obstetrics, Diseases of W omen and Children. H eart and Lungs D R .W .H .B A R T R A N D iseases of the Stomach and Intestines, DR. R . W . KISPERT Orthopedics, Skin and ' Genito Urinary Green Bay, . D R. W . W . TOWNSEND Dentistry . X-Ray and Chemical ft Laboratories Wisconsin KINDS OF JOB W...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 October 1921

* , \\*\"‘ ^ \\\" * \\ ^1,^,_*^|j|K , * '-^W ^1*, *■ y '' 0 - ^ \" j x * • \\ ^ m f t a m p * 5 ^ : feds*’- I:- A t Closing Dates of Lights Notice has been Issued by the lighthouse department of the dates on which lights and fog signals will be discontinued for the winter on Lake Michigan, Green Bay and Straits of Mackinac. ' The stations with the closing, date are as follows: St. Helena, Dec. 6 ’White Shoal, Dec. 5 ’Squaw Island, Dec. 7 SeuI Choix'Pointe, Dec. 15 ’Ille Aux Gal- ets, Dec. 5 Beaver Island, Dec. 15 Little Traverse, Dec. 15 Petoskey, Dec. 1 South Pox Island, Dec. 7 Mission Point, Det. 1 Grand Trav­ erse, Dec. 17 ’North Manitou laid., Dec. 17 Pottawatomie, Dec. 15 St. Martin Isld., Dec. 7 ’ Poverty Island, Dec. 7. (*) Winter lights will be displayed at the following stations: White ' ‘.Hello, there, is th at you H aines?” “ Sure it’s me. Help me out.” Door County’a Hubam Clover King lost in his own five acre field of Hubam, accidentally found by Photographer. Riebold...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 October 1921

VOLUME - - lA R G E S T CIBCUIATIOW H NQ IITH EA ST ER N W ISC O N S IN . S T U R G E O N B A Y , V V I8 ., F R I D A Y , O C T O B E R 2 S , I » 2 1 . NUMBER S i d t o r i c a l Rooms X MADISON WI8 *!! Frank Kutzra Dies At * ^ Hospital DEATH OF NETTIE MOORE IHefiael Caxmody Dies After Long Illness—Nellie Scofield’s Death Occurred Yesterday—Dr. 1 Bingham’s Sudden Death iJ T ra n k K u tzra, o n e of th e w ell know n resid en ts of th e city, died a t Oile o f th e local hospitals in th is city yesterd ay m orning, O ctober 27th, •iause of death being b ladder trouble. W hile ailing fo r som e tim e h e was Able to be up and around, b u t w ent to th e h ospital on Tuesday of la st w eek, an d was operated upon S atu r­ d ay m orning. Deceased w as bo rn M ay 24th, 1861,. in, B ohem ia, com ing to this, coun try w hen five years of age. W ith tils p aren ts he resided in K ew aunee county for a num ber of years, com ­ in g to D oor county fifteen years ago, residing in th is city...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 October 1921

Fog© Two DOOR ooronr a d v o o a t b , s t u r g e o n m m , OCTOBER 28, 1021 it’s toasted, of course. To seal in the flavor— NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP WITH Coal & Wood We have eitjker NUT STOVE POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Bushman Milling Co. Phone 363. * Sawyer E M B A L M E R A N D F U N E R A L DI RE CT OR lady Assistant Phone 18B.R—180-W. r, W ater— Makes Milk and Money TT IS a proven fact that in herds w here Jam esw ay drinking cups are used, cows Bhow an average increase of from two to five pounds a day in milk yield. Jamesway Cups . pay for themselves in a short time, thereafter all the extra milk Is clear profit. It pays to keep water before the cows ail the time. Easy Paym ent Plan Per a short time only, you can tray Jamesway equipment, spread­ ing payment over 12 months’ time. For full information, call or tele- phone, For Sale by FRANK^NUTH Sturgeon Bay-Sawyer Sawyer Indoor Baseball P o u r L eague T eam s O rganized an d G reat In te re st T aken In N ational ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 October 1921

d o o b o o u n tt a d v o c a te , s tc b q e o h b a y , w ia , O c to b e r s s , 1021 The foolish mm •who built on He gave an example in fotiy which anybody can understand. It Isn’t so easy, however, to sense the mistake of trying to build the body on foods which lack essential nourishment. ) Hete, again, is a foundation of sand which gives' 'way when the test i Many a food that tastes good leeks honesty of nourishment to equal its taste. Thus it tempts tlje appetite into mistakes that often are costly. v Grape-Nuts is a food which helps build bodily endurance for life’s stress and storm. The full nourishment of wheat and malted barley, together with the vital mineral salts so necessary to boiie' structure and red' blood' corpuscles, with phos­ phates for the brain, is retained in Grape-Nuts. The long baking process by which Grape-Nuts is made gives the food a natural sweetness and an unusual ease of digestibility and assimilation. Served with cream or milk, Grape-Nuts is fully...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 October 1921

-‘ ' P»gePo^ POOBOOCTCT A P v K ^ T ».gxrB q goifB A i: w m t ■#:&&}4t£(±it:- j:ie OCTOBER *8, 10*1 \\rOU can’t do your best .when •V ybitr back ana every muscle : aches with fatigue. ■ . ApplySloan’s Liniment freely, viith* (butwobing, and enjoy a penetrative -glow of: warmth and c o m f o r t . , V. Good for rheumatism, neuralgia* sprains and strains, aches and pains, sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and the Ufter effects of weather exposure. - For forty years pain’s enemy. Ask /jour neighbor. Keep Sloan’s handy• At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. JoorCountyAdwcate Bntered at tho Posmfflc* at «tur«*on Bay, Wis., aa «econdclaai r&att«r. Published By : Door Comity Publishing tiiity tity - incorporated. ........ / Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wia. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address allcommuntcatlong to Door County Advocate. L in im e n t enem Gives & brilliant glossy shine that does cot rub oil or dust off—ihat anneals to tho iron—that lasts four times as l...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 October 1921

BOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON B A *. W ISw OCTOBER 28.1021 You remember the story of the Pitcher— It made a good m any trips to the well and.it came back in good order ’ . “I can take care of myself,” it said—“they . don’t need to talk about risks'to me.” B ut it w ent once too often. ’ . :After that it w as only part of a pitcher, and ' they didn’t need to talk to it about-risks—it knew. / A lot'of people, won’t believe coffee can harm them until it does harm them. “Nonsense!\" they say, “it never disturbs me.\" W hen it-dogs disturb them, then they know. Often the disturbance which they then recog­ nize is the result of irritations to nerves and di­ gestion which have been going on for a long time. ' If you have to lie awake at night and count - the dock ticks, after an evening cup of coffee, then you know that it’s better to he safe than sorry. ^ The risk of coffee’s harm is gone when the meal-time drink is Postum. - Here’s a delightful and satisfying table bev- erage, w ith c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 October 1921

l **»K0 Six ^ ' ' ________________ POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TITBQEON BAY, WIS* OCTOBER tMUL~ ! ^ LOCALS Five Rod Peppers—The new or­ chestra by this name is composed of D. VanDreese, G. Delchambre, J. Pivonka, W. Maples and L. Squier. Appointed Supervisor —-\"B. D Thorp has been appointed supervisor from tlie village of Ephraim to suc­ ceed the late O. M. Olson. Missionary Meeting—The Woman’s Missionary Society of the Congrega­ tional church will meet' Tuesday aft­ ernoon, November 1, -with Mrs. Karate. Store Closed—The hardware store of Scofield Co. will be closed Satur­ day morning, due to the death of Miss Kellie Scofield, sister of H. C. Scofield'. / Hallowe’en Pnrfry—The Dorcas So­ ciety will give a Hallowe’en party at the home of Mrs. Geo. Draeb Tues­ day evening, Nov. 1. Everybody .come dressed in Hallowe’en style. New House'TJp— John Gabert and Bon Otto have the frame up for Fran! Ives’ new bungalow in the First ward. It is 2Gx3G feet in size and has a full-size baseme...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 October 1921

::Pdbff BAY, tm ^ OCTOBER 2 » .1 0 2 l • » l H i l l » » ♦ ♦ ♦ » ♦ •.............. PERSdHAL M#NT 0 N f»*Ws£ SOTES- OONCF.RND8G PEOPLE ?OU„ K N O W W H I »»|jWt»M4#WW'*»W*W«W4H i W w * ♦♦♦*»»♦♦ Ed. Kratferfield w as-laid-up last ■week with a? broken -finger. Mrs. C. B. Packard has been visit­ ing relatives at Antigo this week.\" .-■ : - Frank Mullen spent last week in Madison and Milwaukee on business and pleasure-. ■ Fred Ludlow of -Milwaukee has been the guest of friends in the city during the past week. Mrs. F. Dohdoveh, Green Bay, ar- rived yesterday to attend the funeral of Miss Nellie, Scofield. Julius Barnhardt returned home this week from Appleton where he had been Visiting relatives for a couple of months. ' Dave Ramage is spending the pres­ ent week in Manitowoc, Green Bay and other outside cities visiting friends and relatives. 'Relatives received announcements first of the week of the arrival of a baby girl at the. homo of M r.'and ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 October 1921

• V . „ v- . ■ . ***olH *ht Several from here program at Stokes. A box ' ' : f ' ' • ' ■ V Some of our young men and boys Joined the K. C. at Algoma, Sunday, October 23. Rudolph Dettmann of Forestvllle was a visitor at the John V : f i l l Several of our people from here attended the turkey shoot at Walter Meyer’s, Forestvllle. The annual dinner and sale given the Christian Mothers’ society on as very well attended. Many from here attended the auc­ tion Bale held on the ~ Homer Rymer tarn last week Thursday, Oct. 18. Mr. Damus of Algoma is now em­ ployed at the John Schmelzle home wiring the house for electric lights. Mrs. Ferdinand, Sr., who was vis­ iting with her brother who w as ill at Manitowoc, returned last week Thurs­ day. Be sure and attend the pie social fair and program given by Plainview school at Babler’s hall, Saturday eve­ ning, Oct. 29. Several of our young folks gath­ ered together and gave a surprise party on Roy Hoeppner Sunday, it being Roy’s birthday. ...

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 — 28 October 1921

doo n o o m m advoca m ggpttcam r w t a , ocroB E B za/igai Door County Red Cross Report a t 1 ^ a ia h b w iij B ra n n Bros.. M iss M ayine .Colignon . A uto P ile & In d ex q o .. P eoples S to re . V icto ry -B u tto n ' an d .M edal T ra v el-P ay B ack 'M ilita ry P a y A llotm ent an d Allowan6ea_ L ib e rty B o n d s: In su ran ce A rticles o f U niform . C om pensation F e d e ra l B onus ____ S ta te B onus f™ .__— T u b e rcu lar p laced in H o sp ital- No. Rec. Med. C are & T re atm e n t---- No. Rec. H o sp ital C are & T re at’m t—i. No. h av in g P hysical E x am in atio n —: No. ta k in g V ocational T ra in in g ------ No. ta k in g E ducation Bonus. . The financial report of the D o o r 1 D isch arg e recorded €onnty Chapter of the American Red. Cross together with the Chapter’s at£ jttUJties, cohering the period from J n n e'lst, 1917, to November 11, 1921, is published in The Advocate in detail this week^- The secretary etates that the report cover...

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 — 28 October 1921

i m m P n g e 'T e fa POOR OOCNTT ADVOCATE, STURGEON /llf o . WI8 ' S v i.ioai Marine News ' L ighter AdViuicdAbandoned Tho lighter 'ASvaiice, of the L . D. Sm ith Dock GSfttptmfi'-whiclL --Went ashore a t Sand B ay W ednesday of la st week while, lig h terin g coal from th e steam er Billings ash o re a t . th a t point, has been abandoned by its ow ners. The cra ft is in had con­ dition, th e bottom being badly dam ­ aged and a strong n o rth wind w ill probably break the b o at up. W ork of taking oft th e derricks, w recking pumps, and o th er w reck­ in g outfit is now u nder way, C aptain M artin Peterson w ith his gasolene freig h ter Favorite and a sm all scow being a t the scene of th e w reck. No insurance was carried on the lighter Advance. ■ W ith the w recking of th e Advance one of th e oldest c ra ft on th e lakes passes out of com m ission. She was b u ilt In 1871, and w as one'* of the lum ber barges tow ed behind th e tu g Boscobel for the Peshtigo Lum ber Com...

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 — 4 November 1921

! . . . . . ’ ■ — I L ' ^ ' v VOLUME I lAATl J ^ 6 0 LABOE8T crec tfu w o il CV. NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN. STURGKOiN BAY, W IS., FKIOAY. NOVEM BER 4. 1921. H i s t o r i c a l Booms ^**4 maoisoh m M Annual . Convention Is Well Attended. PRES.POMMERENING HEBE bounty Organization Pledges Sup­ port To Equity Dairymen’s Co­ operative Association-^Qrive To Be Made In Connty . ForMembers The Door County Union American Society of Equity. held its annual convention at the Court House in the city of Sturgeon Bay, Tuesday, No­ vember 1st. * The convention was called for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year, and to elect delegates to the state convention, which will be held in Eau Claire starting the 29th of November. All of the old officers were re-elected for the following [year, without opposition. Henry Schinktgen of Sawyer was elected jprqsident. 1 m . Moore of Sawyer was elected vice-president. Herman jSchmidt of Sawyer was elected secre­ tary and llerman Foth of Sawy...

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

Page Two POOR COUNTY AD VOCATB. STURGEON BAY, WUU NOVEMBER 4, l# a i The strongest com* pHment ever paid to is the vain attempts at imitation. Those who take cod-liver oil at its best, take Scott’s Emulsion— Scott & Bcwne. Bloomfield, N. J. —— ALSO MAKERS (Tablets or Granules) ess indig estio n NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP WITH Coal & Wood We have either NUT STOVE POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Sawyer News. Indoor Baseball Sawyer lias the Indoor baseball fever at present and nearly everyone, boys and girls at school and men and women in all walks of life, are- get­ ting into the game. James Lange- mak is developing some exceptional­ ly good players among the older boys at school and all the pupils are tak­ ing great interest in the game. Among the Sawyer league teams there 1b keen rivalry and team No. 4, which was in the lead last week, \"’’is still a strong contender for first place altho team No. 2 is showing up equally as strong. On Tuesday night team No. 2 de­ feated t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 November 1921

PO m OOtm TT A P V O C A m gfPHOlBOH BAT, WMW NOVEMBER 4 , 1021 P « » T b iw STRIKE Notice this deltctous flavor when you smoke Lucky Strike — it’s sealed in by the toasting process B o n tc o u g h THE violent paroxysms of coughing soon eased. by Dr. King's New1 Discovery. Fifty years a standard remedy for colds. Children like it. . N o harmful drugs. All druggists, 60c. D r . K i n d ’s New D iscovery ^pr Colds and Coughs Make Bowels Norm al. Nature’s way is the way of Dr. King’s Pills— gently and firmly regulating the bowels eliminating the intestine clogging waste. At all druggists, 25c. P R O M P T ! W O N 'T G R I P S Dr. King’s Pills . i,(/^ s C l,T A T I O N t E SICK • DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, 'treats all Nervous anJ Chronic Disease* o f MenV 'Women and children, and offers to all that w ill call on that day, dat« and during the hours given below, con­ sultation and advioe FREE OF CHARGE Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago* HL, will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on...

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

ftg tV o u POOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON UAY. T O . NOVEMBER 4 , 1021 ACHES AND PAINS- • ''I?'.- Jt VOIO the misery ot tacking pain. Have a bottle uf Sloan's ■ raent handy and apply when you first feel the ache or pain. It quickly cases the pain and sends a feeling. of warmth through the. aching part. Sloan’s Liniment penetrates withoutnbbing. Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia, sdatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints, lame back and sore muscles. years pain’s enemy. Ask ghbor. \\t all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. Sloa I ' * enemv d e a r Y o n r C om plexion of pimples, acne and other facial disfigurement. Use freely Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint­ ment. Good for eczema, itching skin, and other sldn troubles. Ono of Dr. Hobson 's Family Remedies. Dr.Hobson’s Eczema Ointm ent “ A SHINE IN EVERY DROP” black Silk Stove Polish 1 la different. I t d o es n o t I pry oat: can bo used to the I last drop: liquid and pasta I one quality absolutely no I waste no dost or dirt. You I get yoor ...

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

DOOB CXHJWTT ADVOCATH. ii'l'L'-' ■ • ’ . M t , W A , NOVEMBER 4, 1021 PaOVPIirv Baileys Harbor R. Noelck was a Sturgeon Bay caller, Tuesday. Art Solom transacted business at Ephraim Tuesday. • The Ladles Aid meets with Mrs.' M. Lorber, Nov. 9th. Kelley Thayer of Sturgeon Bay •pent Friday in our midst.’ Walt. Woerfel and family of Stur­ geon Bay Suhdayed here. : Game Warden Jeske of Sturgeon Bay was in this village Friday. Ur. and Mrs. Carl Olson of Pish' Crfeok Sundayed.wlih relatives here. Ur. and Mrs. Jack Shields of Egg Harbor was in this village Tesday. Adolph and Emil Roeser of Sister Bay wore among our Sunday callers. Chas. Mann returned from a busi­ ness trip to the county seat, Tuesday. - U r . and Mrs. Henry Christensen ■pent Monday with relatives at Sister Hay.. Bernard Boettcher, our local gar­ age man, autoed to Sturgeon Bay on Monday. W alter Kinsella left for Milwau­ kee Saturday On business and pleas­ ure combined. The “Jolly Girls” Sewing Club met at the hom...

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

M g e S ix LOCALS Temperance Meeting-—The XV.C.T. IT. will meet w ith Mrs. j . S. Ellis next Tuesday afternoon.1 The report of the annual state convention 'will be given a t this meeting. Mystic W orkers Social'—The mem­ bers of the Mystic Workers lodge held a social and dance last evening in U oeller’s hall at which a large num- 'b e f enjoyed a pleasant time. Died At Birth— An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jackson of the third ward which died soon after birth Sunday, was burled Monday, tuneral services being conducted by Rev. Helmich. Change of Date— R uth Bryan Ow­ en, who was to have appeared here for the Woman’s Club course on December 15th will be here Monday, November 21st. Those holding tick­ ets will please take notice. Purchased Scofield Residence—Ed Pfell has purchased the Scofield homestead on N. Cedar street, ex­ changing in part payment the nine acres and small cottage in third w ard adjoining the Country Club. ■ Rummage Sale—The Methodist Ladies’ Aid will ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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