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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

» '. ~ — . - . . . , . , PO O R COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W I8., NOVEM BER 25, 1021 P a g e E lev en . :'v .-■By.:-:- /■\" V iste, R aym ond A nderson. R ep resen tativ es of th e S upply D epartm ent, G ordon B ent C om pany, visited us M onday. Inci­ d en tally , th e gentlem en received the of our b ask etb all boys _ for and various o th er practice h as T he schedule fo r practice is day, 'W ednesday, and T h ursday n ig h ts. O ur sq u ad h a s Increased to seventeen, w hich m akes com pe­ titio n fo r positions stro n g a t p res­ e n t. T hus far, no schedule.of gam es h a s been arran g ed . - M r, H artin g , piano tu n er, visited n s W ed n esd ay ... Looking over o ur piano h e fou n d 1 th e -instrum ent in such condition as to req u ire no a t­ tention,: w hatsoever. W ith th e first q u a rte r of th e school y e ar p a s t,-a new program w as p u t in to • operation M onday. W hatever changes w ere m ade, a s com pared w ith th e old program , soon ad...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

Page Twelve POOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE, 1STURGEON BAY, WIB„ NOVEMBER 95, 1921. , . , Marine News Old Lake Captain Dead ' ' Tiie death last Friday, of Captain Tost on Tostenson of Manitowoc marks the close of a career notable for its activity and usefulness. With ttye departure .of Captain Tostenson, the l ist of the school of hardy sea- farers, who did much to build up the lake traffic, is gone. ' Captain Tostenson passed away at his homo in Manitowoc at 3 o’clock Friday afternoon. Through 'his 90 yfears he had enjoyed the perfect health which comes to only those ■who livo an outdoor life, although during the past year he was feeble, • due.to his advanced age. Captain Tostenson was born at Valdcrs, Norway, in 1832. Like countless other ambitious young men he forsook the Old World when he . heard of the advantages and oppor­ tunities in the New World. Coming to this country In 1851, when a young man not yet 20 years P* age, he went directly to Manito- ■ . woe shortly after his arrival...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

VOLUME 60 W y 1-'.- ./: » r* ra H i s t o ri ca l Rooms MADISON WIS - I A B « E S T C lS C O liA T IO N DT N O R T H E A S T E R N . W IS C O N S IN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDA V, DECEMCKU 2. 1021. t h e Advocate nnuvGS ITS ADVERTtSERS GOOD RESULTS LONG DRAWN OUT QUESTION ON WHAT TO DO IN REF­ ERENCE ' TO ROADS IN DOOR COUNTY FINALLY SETTLED BY MAJORITY VOTE FOR BOND .ISSUE FOR SOME PERMANENT TYPE OF ROAD. • P inal action on road matters was taken yesterday afternoon by mem­ bers of the' county board. The ques­ tion that has been before the board has . been to issue bonds sufficient to construct a permanent type of road, either concrete, or tar. penetration, on trunk line 17, from a point in the city, probably from Pleck’s corner to George Paul’s corner, Junction of the Baileys Harbor road, a distance of 3% m iles, and on the south side from Schumacher’s corner to the German.M.' E. church in Sawyer, dis­ tance 1.8 m iles. W hen the board convened yester­ day afternoon the follo...

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

Rage Two DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TPRQEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 2, 1021. , BUSINESS DIRECTORY i if l I I I DANA & STARR SERVICE AUTOMOBILE AND BATTERY SERVICE STURGEON BAY - WISCONSIN. V Phone 402. ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Syea Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drag. Store. s a w y e r , w fe. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office In Boer Codnty State Bank Bnildlm DR. R. A WOERFEL DENTIST Over Sawyer Hdw. Co. Store • SAWYER, WIB. NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP WITH Coal & Wood W® have either . NUT STOVE POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Phone 363. Sawyer C O N S U L T A T I O N ' D R . H O A G , the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men, Women and children, and offers to all that'w ill call on th at day, data Bnd during the hours given below, con* saltation and advice F R E E O F C H A R G E Indoor Baseball There have been some decided changes in the percentage of teams in the indoor baseball ^ league during the past two weeks and Teain No. , 4, which hel...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

« ' ’ ' ' * ' ■ \" / “ i - V J-' ! 7t- , - - VOCATE, STOROBOX BAY, WIS., DECEMBER % 1021. ' ’\"V-. *: '. •• PagoThre® Forestville Mr and Mrs. Mdse Delwiche were callers at Union, ■ Sunday, i • Many farmers transacted business at Maplewood last toeek. Joe Stevens was a business caller at Sturgeon Bay, Saturday. '/■: Ed. Gigsted was a business caller a t Sawyer Wednesday afternoon.. Joe Stevens had a telephone in­ stalled in his home last Saturday. William and Carl Jennerjohn hauled' cordwood to Forestville' Fri­ day. Sigwald Anderson visited, at his . home in Sturgeon Bay town on Fri- : d a y . ' : • r- Willlam Gigsted of Flint, Mich., visited friends and relatives here last week • , - - Arnold Severson and family visit­ ed relatives at Sturgeon Bay town, Sunday. John Birdsall and family spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Ed. Peterson. Miss Eunice Henry spent Thanks­ giving and the weekend at her home in Algoma. The pupils of our’school are very busy selling Christmas ...

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

v\\f- DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIB.t * ....' . . . . . ****** Will There Be a i Victrola ' or SonoraPhonograph In your home this Christmas We have a good stock on hand and can make immediate delivery if you want it. NEW RECORDS , We also have a large stock of the Latest Rec­ ords for all Phonographs. Come in and make your selection N O W . ~N E W PIANOS ARE HERE ! Our new stock fo Pianos has arrived ahd we will be pleased to demonstrate them to you. Door County Advocate ntered at the Postofflca a t Sturgeon Door Comity Publishing Company -, Wia ! SHEET MUSIC — All the LATEST HITS. John Feuerstein The Old Reliable Music Store STURGEON BAY, WIS. MH Farmers Take Notice! Just received two carloads of Oat peed. !! Any stock w ill eat it, While it lasts $9.00 a i ton. If you need roughage do not fail to buy some of this. ~ Also have Flour^Bran, .Middlings, Red Dog, Dairy Feed, *£^ten Feed, Gum Meal, I Hog Feed, Oil Meal, Calf Meal, Oats, Com, i j Scratch Feed, Cracked Corn, B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

DOOlt OMTOTI ADVOCATE, BCTBSBW BAY. Wlft, tf iBa. Page Five MARRIES ALGOMA YOUNG LADY Emanuel Cforton, M s^leirood Farm ­ er, Takes Popular Algoma Girl As H is Bride A very pretty: wedding took place1 ■Wednesday morning, Nov. 23, at 6 o’clock, when Miss Adeline Schons, d^ngiiter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schons, of Algoma, became the bride of Emanuel Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon of Maplewood. The bridesmaid was Miss Leona Gordon, sister of the groom,, and George Zettle, best m an.' The bride -was attired in a brown silk chiffon velvet dress and a pic­ ture hat to match, and Carried a cor­ dage bouquet of sweet peas and tulip of the valley. The bridesmaid wore a brown tri­ cotine suit and hat to match. . The wedding was solemnized' at St. Marys church at Algoma, Rev. Kramer tying the nuptial knot. A wedding breakfast was served at the ba^ne of the bride’s parents, only near relatives being in attend­ ance, after which the young couple left on the morning train for a ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

Page Si* DOOR COUNT* ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS* DBX3EMBER 2, 1021. LOCALS Annual Church Supper— The pub­ lic is invited to attend the annual Bupper.of the Ladies 'Aid at the Con­ gregational church next Thursday, Dec. 8. ' Social and I)ance=—The Boys’ Club Will give, a’box social and dance at their club rooms tonight to which .the public is invited. Music will be furnished by the Lightning Jazz or­ chestra. - Missionary Meeting—The Wom­ an’s Missionary Society of the 'Congregational church/will meet»on Tuesday afternoon, December Gth, with Mrs. T.sA. Sanderson, 712 S. Cedar street. Attended Comity Board—Members of Fairlands school, . Dist. No. 2 Union, Miss Luvilla Jarchow, attend­ ed : the session of county board Wed­ nesday. They also visited The Ad­ vocate office. • Will Elect Officers—The Odd Fel­ lows will elect officers at their meet­ ing tonight and members are urged to be present. New members are coming in nearly every meeting night and a busy winter in antici­ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

DOOBOOUNTY ADVOCATE, BIDBCmdN BAT, Wlft, DECEMBER2,1021. | PERSONAL M ENTION g-KSW SY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU ENOW MarineNews Earl Johnson made a business trip to Green Bay, Tuesday. . Harry Lau made a business trip to Green Bay last Friday. Architect' H. A. Foeller of Green Bay was in the city on business Fri­ day. , Edw. Blislr, who 'is attending school in Green Bay, was here over Sunday. . .... Charles Peterson left Monday for Rhinelander and Pelican Lake on a business trip. . Waiter Oertling returned to Man­ itowoc Monday after spending a few days with his family. John Bertschinger of Egg Harbor .was in the city Tuesday on his way south on -a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duelon and Mrs. Pat Chambers of Fish Creek .were in the city Monday on business. Miss NoraJSerrbold, who has spent the past season as milliner in Mari­ nette, returned to her home Mon­ day. Captain Henry Tuft, who has been sailing the tug Gillen at Milwaukee during the past season, returned to bis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

Page Eight DOOR OOUNTT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 2, 1021. DEATH CLAIMS MRS. BERTHA WOLDT . Old and Prom inent Resident of Egg H arbor Passes Away—Funeral Held Monday The death of Mrs. Bertha Woldt occurred a t her home in Egg H ar­ bor Friday, November 25th, at 10 o’clock ih the morning, deceased be­ ing 71 years of- age. Cause of death •wub cancer of the liver. Mrs. Woldt had. always enjoyed good health un­ til rt year ago, when she began to fail, but it was not until September th a t it caused her to consult a doc- ,'tor. She was taken to Green Bay where she remained two weeks when the doctor advised her people that there was no help for her. She then returned home, her death occurring five weeks later. THE CHURCHES I... Mrs. Woldt’s maiden name was Bertha Polzin. She was born in Hinter, Pommern, Germany, on Sept. 16th, 1850. She was united to Aug­ ust Woldt In marriage in May, 1876. To their union eight childrenwere born Charles, who preceded his m other to the g...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

1 DOOft COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS.,'D EC EM BER a , 1021. PUBLIC SH 001 NOTES . E. C. GOTHAM, S u p t my 1 ALWAYS keep-' Dr. King’a -New .Discovery handy. It breaks up hard, stubborn colds and stops the paroxysms of coughing. No_ harmful drugs, but just good medicine. All druggists, 60c. New D i s c o v e r y For C olds a n d Cough s Stubborn Bowels Tam ed. Leav­ ing the bowels unmoved results in health destruction, te t the gently stimulating Dr. King’s Pills bring to you a regular, normal bowel function­ ing. 25 cents. All druggists. P R O M P T ! W O N ’T G R IP E P r.K in ffs P ills Thisisdie' Stove Polish'' Should Use IT*Staken d iffe re n t f r o m ' others because more cai Is in the making^ and the materials used axe higher grade. Black Silk Stove Polish Mates a brffliant, silky polish that does cot tab off or dost off* and the shlnelaats four times as long as ordinary stove polish. Used on sample stoves and sold by hardware and grocery dealers. . All we ask is a ...

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

Pago Ton POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, , STURGEO^ BAY. WIS., DECEMBER 2, 1921. UseSAPOUO For Every Room in the House In the fo'/c/ien SAPOLiO cleansppts,pans, oilcloth and cutlery in the bathroom SAPOLIO cleans porcelain, marble, tiling —the wash basin and bathtub in the hallway SAPOLIO cleans painted wood­ work, doors, sills and concrete or stone floors. See that the name SAPOLIO is on every package. ENOCH MORGAN’S ' SONS CO. Sola M anafactarcr* New York U. S. A. |! Highest Price paid for Cream i Beatrice Creamery Co., Chicago Represented by PAULY & PAULY CHEESE COMPANY Bring in your cream to the Pauly & Pauly Cheese Co.’s warehouse, foot of Garland St., Sturgeon Bay, Wis., where it will be tested and highest cash price paid. Oar Habits Make Us “Sow an act, and you reap ajtiabit sow a habit and ydu reap a character sow a character and you reap a destiny.” \" you an account saving Your ability to save is reflected in your business character and sucbess is easier. Merchants Exchange...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

!-' -V: ■ I - ' / 1021. a t t e n d e d CONFERENCE E lgb t D elegates From Sturgeon Bay Sunday - Schools In Attendance 'At W ausau E ight delegates from. the Sunday- schools of Sturgeon Bay attended the .annual Btato conference of Older Boys and Girls held at W ausau last Friday to Sunday. A total of 425 delegates representing 46 counties, w ere present, the boys’ conference being held a t th e Presbyterian church, and the girls’ conference at th e M ethodist church. The speakers for the boys were J. D . Rogers, State Secretary of W is­ consin Sunday School Association President W . A. Ganfleld, of Carroll College R. A. W aite, Associate Sec­ retary of Ybung People's Division of th e International Sunday School A s­ sociation and \"Bob” Abernathy, prom inent track athlete of Denison University. The speakers for the girls were Miss Mabel L. Bailey, .su­ perintendent of the Educational De partmont of the W isconsin Sunday School Association, and Mrs. Antoi­ n ette Lamoreaux, of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 December 1921

I ’flRe Tw elve POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W IB ., JU y iF A m ira 2, 1021. Baileys Harbor .. .Frualc. Scholl -autocd to Egg Har­ bor on -Wednesday* / v t : *- Henry* Soiior is laid up with an attack of rheumatism. ..v: •Miss Alta Johnson \\vas a Sturgeon Bay caller,'/Wednesday - ‘Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butler autoed to Sturgeon Bay, Monday. .Peter: Collins transacted business at the county seat, Monday. Joe sehauer of Sturgeon Bay was among our callers Tuesday. ■ - Bernard Boettcher transacted bus­ iness at Sturgeon Bay. Saturday. Mrs. ’Kittle McNeoly made a busi ness trip to the county seat, Wednes­ day. Dr. H. F. Eames of Egg Harbor made a .professional trip here Sun­ day. Mr. and Mrs. John Waaserbach transacted business. .sVvtoex’-etnmtjr seat, Wednesday.\" v Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Ephraim spent' Thanksgiving with Mr. '• and Mrs. Harry Butler.j • Major Manney is spending the week at Egg Harbor visiting with his son William and daughter, Mrs. Jack Shields. ■ V: . Mr. ...

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

N U M B E R h i s t o r i c a l Rooms . I MADISON W IS LARGEST CIBCSIATIOK Df NOKTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STUKftEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, DECEMBER », l» 2i. l4,-_ - neats u irtin ffis tH S AHE F. S. FRANZEL, BAY FRANZ- EL AND WM. THEIS LAND­ ED IN JAIL EIGHTEEN HOURS AFTER ROBBING DANA GARAGE IN THIS CITY—SHERIFF GOES TO NEW YORE AFTER FRANK ROUNSMAN. *The -wheels o f justice moved rap­ idly in apprehending F. S. Franzel, Ray Franzel, and Wm. Theis, three men who entered the J. C. Dana building Thursday evening, Dec. 1st, and stole a Chevrolet automobile and about $700 worth of accessories and tools. Eighteen hours after the rob­ bery had been committed they were behind the bars in the county jail, and. on Tuesday afternoon, five days after the robbery, they all entered a plea of guilty at the preliminary haring bfore Justice L. J. Meverden, and each was bound over under $1,- 000 bail. District Attorney Grover .Stapleton will endeavor to arrange with Circuit Judge Graass to have the th...

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

JPage Two • (-.'l-.C DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, T O ., DECEMBER 0, 19JS1. Wedttesday Sawyer News. Mrs. Ed. Bebeau visited friends in v Algoma the latter part of last week. . E. C. Fidler made a business trip to Milwaukee during the past week. - . Fred Zastrow lias succeeded Elmer Wulf as depot agent in Sawyer, the latter having resigned. Mrs. John Long-returned to Iron A Mountain Monday after visiting Mrs. Elmer Long for a couple of weeks. Rev. F. Schumann went to Kau- kauna Monday morning on business -'connected with his clergical duties. ,Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dettmann •afid children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Houle on the east side, Sunday. The condition of F. P. Bushman is steadily improving and his relatives are permitted to see him at short in­ tervals. Isaac Hunt, rural carrier on route No. 2, is driving a: new Overland-4, recently purchased from the Sawyer Garage Co. ' ■ . Ed. Olson has completed the Bew- er work on McKinley street and all the connections...

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

DOOR C O PSyg ADVOCATE, STURGEON SAY. W ig., DECEMBER 0, 1921. F ageT hreo Mahy Farm Projects 7 SMALL COST TO TAXPAYERS ght Loans Made Thru Federal Land Bank Totalling $33,000, Pour More Approved. Work of County Agent Most Valuable To Community i annual report of County A gent E. G. Bailey made to the board of supervisors a t their annual session which closed on Friday of last week, contained, some very in­ teresting facts, among them being the following taken from the report: Drainage Three large drainage projects and seven sm aller farm projects have been assisted by the county agent during the past year. In Nasewau- pee a ditch was cut for $3.00 per rod. W hile by no means a perfect solution of the drainage problem this ditch will be of great benefit to the one thousand acres adjacent, and has been approved by Prof. E. R. Jones as a step forward to show the bene­ fits of drainage. In Clay Banks^ township a ditch about two miles long drains a large .swamp area and will prevent m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 December 1921

I ’age Poor POOR comIT ADVOCATE, STOTifiEON BAT. W1S., DECEMBER 0, 1021. f t Vapors- reacji deep colds ■ When the cold “goes down” get after it by the rubbing and vapor method. S i IS -:# Obstinate colds that go-down • into the chest can be readied by the combination rubbing and vapor-inhaling method with Vieks VapoRub. Apply Vicks over throat and chest. /Rub well in, spread on thickly and cover with two thick­ nesses of flannel. At night ar- • range bedclothes loosely, like a funnel, so the arising- vapors •will be breathed all night, right into the lungs. Quick relief should be ,had from the tightness, soreness and cough with rapid loosening of the_phlegm, abating danger of pneumonia or influenza. Vicks contains the antiseptic, healing vapors of Camphor, Menthol, Eucalyptus, Thyme and Oil of Turpentine and is the standby in millions of homes for congestions of nose, throat, and chest skin hurts and itch? ings, and various bodily pains. Once tried, Vicks becomes a stand-by in th...

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

d o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , w i s ., De c e m b e r o, 1021. Pago Five THE TRAINING SCHOOL By- J. Okonski, Florence Geize Miss Uelma Zwickey of Sawyer visited with us Monday. : Miss Adams left fori Mount Hope. Wis.,' being called home because of the illness of her mother. ' ' Tuesday evening, a number of boys from our Agriculture Methods class, went to the L. Sibilsky farm. Where they judged cattle under the supervision of Mr. Hovde. The Committee on Programs for the D.K.T.S. Society,. Division One, met with Miss Adams Tuesday. Leah Bebeau and Charlotte Pet­ erson were out of school during the latter part of the week because of illness. A .Christmas'present for the whole family for this year and many years to come. With this' instrument you can hear the great artists sing and play in your own home just as nat­ ural as if they themselves were ' in your home. A new Edison Diamond pise Phonograph. WOERFEL’S DRUG STORE, Sawyer, Wis. THE CHURCHES. Xorw...

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

Pago She DOOR OOPWTY ADVOCATE, STPRO^OS BAY.WIB., UBCEMBER a r io s i. LOCALS Fire Marshall Here—One of the Btate deputy Are marshalls was here during the week on business. . Making Improvements—The Amer- lean House, owned by Mrs. Sarah Skilling, lias been equipped with a new hot water heating system, by A. J. Wiost & Co. Dorcas Meeting—The .Dorcas .so­ ciety meets with Mrs. W n. Higgins next Tuesday evening, Dec. 13 th. At this meeting there will be elec­ tion of officers, and all members are requested to be present. ’ New Electric Shop—A. J. Wiest & Co. have added electrical appliances to their plumbing shop and will car­ ry a full line of electrical equipment. Leonard Hayter has been engaged to look after this department. Baby Boy—George Vassilaw, bar­ ber at the Conjurske toncorlal par­ lors, is meeting customers with a most pleasant smile, informing them (hat it is, a boy that arrived at his home on Friday of last week. Mile-a-Minute — Annetta Keller- man, in \"A M...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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