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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 December 1921

POOR OOUNTYAD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, f H , DECEMBER 0 ,1 0 2 1 , W W « i n t H W * M Pago Seven PERSONAL MENTION HEW8Y NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE Y00 KNOW • A baby boy w as b o m to M r. and M rs. Jos. \"Weber of Sevastopol. R ev. S. G roenfeldt of De P e re w as in th e city a -d a y o r tw o th is w eek. E rn e s t Isaacson, S ister B ay, w as in th e city on business yesterday. C. F . Jo hnson and w ife of C arnot visited w ith relatives In th e city on T uesday. : “ 'C a rl A nderson is h e re from R a­ cine on business a t T he A nderson Style Shop. A tto rn ey H. M. F erguson tran s- k e r hom e, T uesday a fte r spending a m onth a t th e hospital w ith typhoid fever. She is g ettin g along nicely and is able to be up and around. M rs. Alice B agnall, w ho has- been in th e hospital in th is jity for the. past', tw o m onths recovering ftriin a badly broken hip, re tu rn e d to h er hom e In Jack so n p o rt W ednesday in com pany w ith .h e r daughter, Ms. Isaac I-agley, who.....

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 — 9 December 1921

P«g* Eight POOR OOPNTT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS,, DECEMBER 0 , 1021. Forestville ' .D e a th of Genevieve Perry Death entered the home of Mrs. Jennie Perry, taking from her eartli- ly home, little GenevieVe Jeanette, the eight-year-old daughter. Her 'death was due. to a six days’' illness of diphtheria.. On Saturday after­ noon the little girl expressed her de- sire to get up, having, rallied some- ’ wbat from her illness, but the result was a stroke of heart failure from which she died. As it was imposs­ ible to have regular funeral services, due to the contagiousness of the dis­ ease, a short prayer was conducted by the Rev. Austin of Algoma on the ... porch of th e ' Perry, home Sunday afternoon, a gathering of sorrowing friends having been present. She is survived by hdr bereaved mother, fivb brothers and three sisters, her father having preceded her in death a year ago. Mrs. W alter Meyer made a shop­ ping trip to Sturgeon Bay, Wednes­ day. ■■ Boy Stoneman and W a...

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

, 1 • COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 9, 1021. Page Nine of a Do You Wish Yourself? Suppose you could make a wish at the 1 breakfast table and finally have the wish come true. Would, you say, “I want this to be a good- day,” or—“I am willing for this day to drag along?\" i If you keep on wishing your dajrs with the food you eat, finally the wish is likely to come t r u e . ■/ / • . V Grape-Nuts helps your wish fora good day. Nothing miraculous just the natural result from right food with the right taste. , There is a charm of flavor and crispness in Grape-Nuts that is like the smile of a good friend at the breakfast table— And Grape-Nuts, with cream or milk (fresh or tinned), is fully nourishing—feeding the tissues ' and glands, the .bone and blood, with just those elements which Nature required — building ' strength without any “heaviness.” Grape-Nuts is the perfected goodness of * ' wheat and malted barley, scientifically developed - —ready to eat from the package....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 December 1921

placo T en \"Only One Thing Bi’eaks My Gold” TDiscovery I.rE relief tliat Dr. King’s New gives from stubborn old /colds, and onrushing new ones, grippe nnd throat-torturing coughs has made St the standard remedy it is today. Time-tried for fifty years and never more popular than today. No harmful drugs. i , You will soor. notice the relief in loosened phlegm and cased cough. Always reliable, and . good • for the ■whole fam ily Has a convincing, heal­ ing taste with all its good medicinal qualities.<p>Dr. At all druggists, 60 cents.<p>Kind’s New Discovery Tov Colds a n d Coughs \" T he R esults of C onstipation are sick . headaches, biliousness, sallow skin, waste m atter in the intestinal system. Coircct this health-under­ mining condition by taking Dr. King’s Pills. 25 cents. . All druggists. PR O M .PT? W O N ’T G R IP S Dr. R ing’s P ills’ Get a Can TO-DAY 1 JFrojst Ycsiw f o i w a i ’e or Grocery Dealer'' For speed sco u tin g p o ts pans SAPOLIO r—the effective,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 December 1921

DOOR C O W ADVOCATE.. STURGEON BAY, W1S., PECEMBEKO, 1921. Page Elevea • '\\/'A*7?, # f + 4 i h m il iii mu EVANSON BROTHERS ELLISON BBY,WIS. COMMENCING DEC. 12, FOR ONE WEEK MUST REDUCE OUR STOCK OUR SACRIFICE IS YOUR GAIN! NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES: REGULAR SALE PRICE PRICE 10 bars Arrow Soap. .. . . ! .........~33c 50c 6 bars SwiftV White Laundry . . .50c 33c 4 bars large World’s Best Soap.... 32c 25c 5 bars Queen White Soap. . . . . . . . 30c 22c 4 Iks. Blue Rose Coffee. . . .. .. $1.40 $1.00 5 lbs. Anno Coffee. .. .. .. . . .$1.25 $1.00 3 pkgs. 7-oz. Old.Partner Tobacco.90c 73c 9-lbs. Dr. Legear’s Stock Powdi..$1.25 94c 40c Fruit Nectar Comp. ... .22c 5-lb. Pail Syrup . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . .25c Blankets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at reduced prices. Men’s wool-lined Mitts. . .. . . . . . . . . . .25c Men’s part wool Hose, light weight. .. . . . 25c Men’s part wool Hose, heavy weight . . . ,57c Bleeched Flannelettes, per yard. . . . .. ... 13c Dark Flannelettes, p...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 December 1921

. . I *. Twelve ' ‘ W j \" ' V ' - a P O O R O O P N T O A D V O C A T E , S T U R G E O N B A Y . W I S . . D E C E M B E R 0 , 1 0 2 1 . , HAPPENINGS . , Producers of milk in Wisconsin '■during ihe last j’ear received 653i0 cent sout- of every dollar for'their product, a report or the state depart­ ment of markets shows. Out of this . amount the farmer had to pay haul­ ing charges in addition to his costs of production. S Claiming that the suppression of ■ the liquor traffic is becoming more ’-diffit'ult. because of fast automobiles : used by bootleggers, Sheriff Edward j,-Miller- asked the La Crosse county . board of supervisors to. appropriate $4,500 to hire two special deputy 'sheriffs and buy two automobiles. Pleading guilty to a forgery in ‘con­ nection with the placing Of false sig- natures on 11 Liberty bonds totaling $1,500 which he put up as bail for his ' appearance In court, Perry O. Brum- ley, 32 years old, of Eau Claire, was to 25 years in Waupun by The Iron co...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

f t / ■ ■ ( ( / ' v ^ ■ v ’V - ' '?-^ ^--- ^ ^ ‘■v. : ' ' ' '■ ■■v :i : : ^ ^ x ! ^ v ^ ::v r - ^ ^ : - ' . . 'ft ' ./'.:.- . - VOLUME 60 ',0m m . . . _ _ _' ■' ■ * - ' • . . \" \" \" \" M r - NY' H i s t o r i c a l Booms MADISON WIS STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, DECEM BER 10, 1921. i t s A m imtNfis ton Commission Refuses To Dismiss Him ASKS REMOVAL OF CHIEF Against Officer Hall Not Substantiated or Suf­ ficient For His Removal ■ Mayor Asks Removal of Chief Fritschler / the attorneys members of the com­ mission, consisting of L. J. Mever- den, president Arnold Roisinger, Nick Moeller, ■ W. I. Lawrence and Wm. Warner rendered a .decision within a very short time exonerating the officer of the ' charges preferred against him. Mr. Meverden, president of the commission, in behalf of. the body, took the opportunity of giving more definite instructions to the officer in regard to his duties, stating that he must act only under orders from the Chief of Police, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

Page Two p o o r oommr a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a t , w is ., D e c e m b e r 10 1021. Plan Som e m en don’s start saving for a rainy day until th ey hear thunder. Such m en are usually sw ep t off their feet, b y any sudden squall, but the mart w h o looks ahead several years , . .and Warner as their battery, defeat for-spnshine and storm s, inevitable over «! c L e ^ c o ^ o f & 2 o to t 1 g- b oys b y th e a lOiig period -— b reast th e waives ahd afr , V • j \\ ! V • ‘ i i r l t « 1 On Wednesday night the regular business trip to the rives in due tim e at th e goal or their des- 2 I league games were played and a lb t Tuesday, . ' X double header was staged to make up Miss Laura Mae tination. . A bank account is w atd s p rogress. strong institution. to- : en one h a ^ a H o ^ c e s .:: jj State Bank of Maplewood j T h e Farm er’s Bank ****1 *****»»»»* * 1 * * * 1 « » f-ttti u m t 111 i n Many people' from this vicinity at­ tended the card party given at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

S S I DOOR OOWCTr ADVOCATE, STURGEON1 BAY, WIS., 7 DECEMBER10, 1021 1 Pago Throm If you are puzzled as to what to get for the children'for Christmas just step into our store and we will help you select something that will please them. We enumerate some of the many suitable articles here which may help you. Kodaks for Xmas t T T T f t t t T T T T T f t f T f T J f 'A are very acceptable as young folks thoroly enjoy making pictures of winter scenes about the home. A good Kodak can be put to good use at any season of the year —- a, suitable gift for boys or girls. Miscellaneous Suggestions: Mechanical Toys, Sandy Andy Sets, Indoor Games, Toy Beds, Wheel Barrows, Steam Engines, Electric Motors, Puzzles, Iron Sol­ diers, Erector and Structo Sets, Iron Toys, Toy Stoves, Toy Autos and Auto Trucks, Air Rifles, Kiddie Kars, Coasting Sleds, Ve­ locipedes, Express Wagons, Jack Knives Doll Buggies, Skates, Hockey Clubs, Roller Skates, Black Boards, Base Balls, Base Ball Bats and Catchers’ Mit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

F *go Four DOOR COUNTS' AD VOOATQ, feTURGEON BAY, W IS., DECEMBER 10, 102iJ Don’t dose children's colds External, vaporizing trea tm e n t is b etter and saves upsetting th eir little stomachs* There’s a new way to treat spasmodic croup, sore 'throat, sore tonsils and other cold •troubles. It’s a salve that sends its healing vapors right into tlie nose, throat and lungs, and is absorbed thru the skin, too. Not only does this treatment —Vicks VapoRub—save upset­ ting the children’s stomachs with strong drugs, but you can let them haw the needful fresh air day and night. J u st rub it on and breathe in the vapors Mothers who have tried Vicks certainly seem to prefer this new method. Over 35 million jars have been used since Janu­ ary, 1919. Once tried, Vicks be­ comes a standby in the family, medicine cabinet. Vicks is used almost daily ip homes where there are children —for colds, cuts, bums, scalds, bruises, bites and itching skin troubles. Just as good for grown-ups, too. V a p ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

I - j ’ ., - t V ,'■ ■ -i POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STUBfflEOS BAY. WI9„ DECEMBER 10, 1981. Auction Sale • —OP THE— ' PU R E B R E D Percheron Stallion Soster II Tuesday, Dec. 20th At 1:00 o’clock in the afternoon. A t Kirchenberg’s yard (Hotel Bhirdo) City of Sturgeon Bay. s ’: WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER Certificate! and Pedigree given with horse. TERMS CASH. FRED SPUDE, Owner. UNDERTAKER and Funeral Director. Also have LICENSED EMBALMER. . Edwin H. Casperson SISTER BAY, WIS. ACHES AND PAINS— SLOAN’S GETS ’EM! AVOID the misery of racking pain. Have a bottle of Sloan’s Lini­ ment handy and apply when you first feel the ache or pain. It quickly eases the pain and sends a feeling of warmth through the achingpart. Sloan’s Liniment penetrates without rubbing. Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints, lame back and sore muscles. • For forty years pain’s enemy. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. L in im e n tf S C lear Yo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

Ilf , . - ■ ! ■ ' • - / / v' - * * 8 © W* iOOB OOPWCT ADVOCATE, STURGEON B A g /W ia . DECElttfeEB 16, 1021. i X - LOCALS 'ry Hlsh School Carnival—Don’t ^ot- get the carnival at the high school building ^tonight. Plenty o£ c ment for all.' New Bulcks Ariivc—J. C. Co. received a. carload of new Buicks the lattter pofrt of last week, among ■which i8^a LlghtFour for Dr. G. R. \\Vell Patronlzecl-r-Tho Ba- n by the Rebekah Lodge at ^the Odd Felows hall Wednesday aft «rnoon and evening was well pat­ ronized. . - . Women Foresters — The High - Court will send a deputy to speak-on insurance, Dec. 22, on their regular meeting night. All members be sure : to attend. ■'Will Keep Open—Practically a ll of the business houses in the city, will keep ^open eveningSyUntil 9 o’clock from Wednesday to Saturday of ■week to accommodate belated Christ­ m as shoppers. Postofflco. Open Evenings—The cal postofflce will remain open-even­ ings commencing Monday, Dec. 19 until Dec. 24th, for th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

7:71: 7 DOOROOIJKTYAPVOCATE, S T U R G B O N B A Y .W ia, PECEM BgB 10, 1021. W W I H I !*•*** *i I PERSONAL ME NT 10 N - ■ ' - ■ - • V . ' -. • - ________■ . HEWBY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW Henry Starr went to Green Bay Monday on a business trip. Peter Knudson of Newport was in the city on businesb Saturday of last week. Miss Mildred Ban’ of Two Bivers visited over Sunday with Mrs. Wm. Barnhardt. Prank Jeshke and son Martin of Sister Bay .were in the city on busi­ ness Wednesday. , ' Laverne Peterson of Marinette is visiting his mother, Mrs. Josephine Smith, at the canal. Arno Wlttich is in attendance at the state Horticultural meeting at Madison this week. William Jess of Detroit Harbor was In the city during the week on business and pleasure combined. Jim Martin of the Cooperative Or­ chard Company, came up from Mani­ towoc on a business trip during the week. : Mrs. Lester Nebel entertained a number of her lady ffiends at her home in the first ward Saturday aft­ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

x t : *• V: POOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 10, 1031. Storage Batteries Do not store your battery away without some means of charging it once or twice dur­ ing the winter. Let us take care of your battery wants. CALL 7-W No charge for getting , your battery. Moeller’s Garage Co. : J \\ r.\" , / F. C. PAYNE, D.C. Sturgeon Bay’s Pioneer Chiropractor Ninth Year in Practice GOCHEMS’ BLDO. FIRST FLOOR Health is the natural order! is a disturbance of natural conditions’. .:V ’ T he Brain is the Health Power Plant. The Nerves are the medium of transmis­ sion of Brain Messages to body parts. A ll Nerves originate in the Brain, pass through the spine to the various organs and tissues of - the body. ' Any displacement o f the Spine will partially close its open- ings, compress the. nerves and cause disease. : As y6ur Spine so is your Health. Gibraltar Jo h n Severson, the cow tester, is again around testing cows. T he people of this vicinity are busy doing th e ir C hrist...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS., DECEMBER 16, 1021. - : f y: P ageN lno .......... .............. Announcement W e have added an electrical department • ■ to our plumbing shop and will hereafter car- I ry a complete line o f • Electrical Appliances Leonard Hayter, an experienced electric-. I ian, has been engaged to look after this depart- I ment, and we are now prepared to do anything in this line. Our new stock of electrical goods I is arriving daily and we will have many use- ful and practical appliances suitable for Xmas • Gifts. Do not fail to see our new stock. A . J . W3E&T & GO. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Our Habits Make Us ‘‘Sow an act, and you reap a habit sow a.ftabit and you reap h character sow ,a character and you reap a destiny.’* —James* V, Uncp, you have 7 ■/. ’ 7 - - •- ' h » cvaf-Amati^ opened an account here, systematic savirig. becomes a • - ‘ Your ability to save is reflected in your .* business character and success is made easier. ^ Merchants E...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

Pace T e n • POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W IS., DECEM BER 16, 1921. Pont cough THE Solent paroxysms of coughing soon cased by Dr. King’s Ne\\V Discovery. Fifty years a standard remedy for colds. Children like it. No harmful drugs All druggists, 60c. Dr. K ing’s New Discovery M ake Bowels Norm a!. Nature’s' \"Way is the way of Dr. King's Pills—■ gently and firmly regulating the bowels eliminating the intestine clogging ■waste. A t all druggists, 25c. TTV PR O M PT! -WON’T G R IPE Dr. Ring's Pills VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles are most dangerous be* cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking GOLD,MEDAL ^ M fla % Tho world’s standard remedy for theM disorders, will often ward off these dia asses and strengthen the body against farther attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Look far the name Gold Medal on e rerr h t end accept ao finite Hon Ask For It! u) I Expect to find the J n jl Fishe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

* . I ' * - v , ' Electric Gifts Always Please —because they are always useful. You must see our* special holiday showing of electrical appliances and household helps. Our prices make buying easy. As suggestions for gifts, consider the following list: Stand Lamps ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * ** I* Lamps Warming Pads Flashlights Irons Chandeliers Boudoir Lair Waffle Irons Radiant Heaters Toasters SewingMachineMbtors Grills Percolators ' The Electric Supply Company L. J. MEVERDEN * * * * * * * x » » i t » K k k m *-x*x x x x x ***xx» xxxx-xx ^ a x x i k m e * * * * * * »*» ANOTHER , Dec. 17th, Only ALUMINUM SALE Wonderful Just the thing for 4 qt. Aluminum Covered K ettle................ . .Each .99 6 qt. Aluminum Covered K ettle Each .99 6 qt. Aluminum Preserving K ettle..................... Each .99 8,qt. Aluminum Preserving Kettle . . .Each .99 1V6-2-3- qt Aluminum Lipped Sauce Pans.. set of 3 .99 2?3 qt. Aluminum Lipped Sauce iPans.. .. . .set of 2 .99 3-4 qt. Aluminum Basins...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 December 1921

Pago Twelve POOR OOUXTY AD VOQATB, STtOBOEON RAT. WIS., DECEMBER 10, 1031. Baileys Harbor Louis Willems w^as a Sturgeon Bay caller Saturday. Prank Sclirrim returned home, from Green Bay, Tuesday. Clarence Mann transacted business a t Siurgeon Bay, Wednesday. A. A. Minor of Sturgeon Bay spent the -weekend with relatives here. Fred Berger was a Green Bay call- , er Jionday. returning in the storm. Mr.. and Mrs. Emil Roeser of- Sis­ ter Bay were among our callers on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Starr of Stur­ geon B ay„ spont Sunday with rel- atives here. . ' Arnold Prueter still makes his daily trip to the county seat with the auto truck. * Miss Grace Rapp of Racine is vis­ iting .with Mr. and Mrs.. Major Man- ney this week. . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ressler of Judd- ville were here Tuesday on a shop­ ping expedition. The Jolly Girls Sewing Club met witlf Miss Martha Bennett . last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hoslett and family of Sawyer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. ...

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 — 23 December 1921

VOLUM E 60 NUMBER ' LARGEST CntCtftiATION .or northeastern Wisconsin STURGEON BAY, W I8*, FRIDA Y, DECEMBER 23, 1921. M aried In M ilwaukee Fritschler Continues As Chief o f Police COMMISSION VOTE 2 TO 3 Difference of Legal Opinion As To Age Limit of Police Officers. ‘ 'Mayor Not Satisfied With . Way Chief. Performs ' Bis Duties Cecilia Groth and Harry Lau Get Nuptial Knot Tied In Mhvaukce 0l'icai Roome MADISON w i s y ® BRINGS X good R Estrw e By a vote of three to two Herman Fritschler, chief of police, was re­ tained in his position hy the Police and Pire Commission at a hearing Monday evening. Mayor Boler had made a request of the commission to cancel the appointment of Mr. Fritschler, which, wias made last March, on the grounds that it had. been made illegal,.on account of Mr. Fritschler being' over the age limit of 55 as laid down in the rules of ■the fife and police commission. ■ The letter to the commission from the Mayor, asking that the appoint­ ment be cancelled, w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

Page Two POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, Wlfl.y DECEMBER 23, i o i l . Sawyer News. Indoor Baseball , . On M onday n ig h t th e te im re ­ presenting ,the Am erican Legion played a second gam e w ith a picked team of th e Sawyer league and the Saw yer boys again defeated them by a score of 19 to 17. Follow ing Is “ th e lineup: • Sawyer— M arshek, Olson, jLan’ge- m ak, B ushm an. H all, W arnar, Zas trow , A lberts, Schum acher and F or- .tem ps. \\ ' v | , Legion-—Van -Dreese, Wfigener, G abert, B ehringer, LaM ere, Jandron, P eterson, Langem ak, an d Gray. . On Tuesday night th e-m arried la- . dies defeated th e single ladies by^a - close Bcore. ' The only league gam e th is w eek w as played on W ednesday n ig h t a t Which tim e Team No. 3 defeated •' Team No. 4 35 to 30. T he featu re of th e game w as tb e sliding to bases by Capt. E rn est Bohn. J SAWYER SHORT NOTES H enry Surfus w en t to Algoma the la tte r p a rt of last week. M artin Jensen m ade a business trip to...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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