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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

POOR OOPSTY ADVOCATE. STPRGEOK BAY, W18.. JAXtTARY 20, 102?. r COUGH/ \\ K E M P’S ^Ba l sa m Pleasant to take Children like t a - y / ^ F. C. PAYNE, D.C. Sturgeon Bay's Pioneer Chiropractor Ninth Year in Practice GOOHBMS* BLDG. FIRST FLOOR ‘Man, Know Thyself . Chiropractic IS THE KEY TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. EDISON’S OPINION — “ The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest, his pa­ tients in the .care of the banian frame, in died, and in cause and prevention of diseas^,” - .J - - ..... I Fresh! Healthful! Delicious! Our wholesome bread, rich, tender cakes, flaky,pastry and crisp, delicious cookies are baked fresh for you every day. They are made of the very best ingredients under the most sanitary! conditions. Fresh' Breakfast Bolls de­ livered at your door every morning if ordered the day be­ fore. ’ / John Schmid Phone 163 The SUREST G uide ! It you do not enjoy clear Tlslon you will suffer from perf or maaice procrastination. If your eyes smart or burn an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

Pag® Sts: DOOR COUNTS ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1B„ JANliABYgOt 1022. LOCALS * Sew ing Circle— The R ebekali Sew- in g 'C irclo m eets T hursday afternoon, J a n . 26th, a t Odd Follows hall.- P o o d Sale—-The ladies of th e W. C.T.U., w ill hold a food sale a t the L aw rence m ark et th is Saturday, Jan. 21, beginning a t 2. p.m. F ood Sale— The ladles of th e W. C.T.U. w ill give a food sale a t Law­ ren ce m ark et on Saturday, Jan . 21, b eginning a t 2 o’clock.. ^ A nother F ox— E m ery Jensefa of E p h raim is now listed am ong those ■who have a fox scalp to his credit, -having collected a bounty du rin g th e p a st week, -Church Supper— The M ethodist L adies’ Aid w ill m eet w ith Mrs: H. G. B irm ingham on T hursday afternoon, J a n . 26th. Supper w ill be served from 5 o’clock on, to w hich th e pub­ lic is cordially invited. D eath F ro m S carlet F ever—Leon E dw ard Kemp, the eight-year-old son , of Mr, and M rs. A ntone Kenm , dj*£ o f scarlet fever Tuesday. T ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

PO O BIX H IN O TA D V O O A TB. STURGEON BAY. W ig., JANUARY 20, 1822, ii^ P E R S 0 N A L M E N T I O N i . y ' '.- -• - . '• . ' ' '_ - ' -_________ • ', , I! ^SWSYNOTESCONGERNINGPEOPIJJYOU1 KNOW il Game W arden Louis Jeske w en t to A lgoina M pnday on business: Rev, S. G roenfeldt of D oPore was in th e city on business W ednesday. L . A. N ebel m ade a business trip to M ilw aukee and Chicago th is week. G ust Xdenau m ade a business trip to F orestville betw een tra in s T ues­ day. M rs. B ert F a lk re tu rn e d hom e on M onday a fte r a two w eeks v isit, in M ilwaukee. M rs. M ary M ullen retu rn ed hom e from Chicago M onday a fte r a visit w ith relatives. Mr. and M rs. A. T. H arris (spent from S atu rd ay to Mondajr. a t Green B ay and A ppleton. _ / M r. and M rs. Cylde L aurie, Green Bay, are th e-g u ests of M r.,arid Mrs. A lex 'L au rie th is w eek. 7 H ans H endrickson, gam e w arden from Two R ivers, w as in th e city M onday on business. F ra n k M oeller le...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

^ v v '■■•/'•â– â–  :■''■■ ■'- '■ «- 4 . . • ' . feoQR OOUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8„ JANUARY 20, i022. ' f \\ y - m ■ ., ..,v, A • ’-V : •â–  - - v V O N THE B A Y SHORE DRIVE •â–  ■-— . SEVASTOPOL Cedric Dreutzer'left for Milwau­ kee on Tuesday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Olson-are spending the winter at their home down the bay shore. Miss Kate Gabaur is ill with ty­ phoid fever, but a t l&st reports she was improving. . ‘ \\ JBllis Solway will go to Milwau­ kee soon to take an examination for unlimited papers for chief engineer. The town of Sevastopol has ex- ' tended the time of payment of taxes, /without penalty, until February 18. Martin Hushka has purchased 35 acres of land from Chas. Willmanns„ and this spring he expects to put in : quite, an extensive orchard. Martin Hushka is getting out pine logs for MiBS Catherine Laurie and they will be sawed into lumber at the mill that will be set up soon. John Miles, who is engaged in writing hardw...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

DOOR, COUNTY ADVOCATE. BTPRflEON BAY. WIS., JANUARY 20, 1922. Page Nln* [Official Publlcatidn] REPORT OP THE CONDITION OP THE* DOOR COUNTY STATE BANK located a t Sturgeon Bay, State o f W isconsin, a t th e 'd o se ■ o f business on the 31st day o f December, 1921, pursuant to call by the Commissioner of Banking: R E S O U R C E S Loans and discounts, Including rediscounts- Less red iscou n ts.—— ___________________ Overdraft -1516,326.52 $ - 63,879.00 Customers liability on account of acceptances- U nited States securities owned ________: __ ___ Other stock and securities Other bonds _ B anking house •V- Purnlture and 'fixtures _________ Other real estate owned *_____ D ue from approvel reserve banks D ue from other banks ____ ______ Cash item s Cash on hand ____________ . _____ ___________ :_______ _____ __ Exchanges for clearing house and c h ec k s,on other banks In sam e t. . p la c e ________ I_______________________________________________ ■ ' Trade acceptances ■, ■ â...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

: Face Ton POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WlB., JANUARY, 20. 1022. Roys’ Club Defeats . Legion' Team. So? m our Highs \\ rictorious Over Local High, School c The basket ball games played at the, Ti-gli school gymnasium Friday Becomes Chicago Bride Miss Miirgai-ent Matilda Mooro Mar­ ries Edward Smuda of Chicago _ On. Saturday, January 7tli, at 4 p.m., a very pretty wedding took . — r* j j j . i u . , «.i v Y ir u u i u ^ i u u k ■evening' of last week'drew a larger j place at St. Andrews Catholic cliurcli r»r*nxTr/1 / j n n n t t e n n l **•Â» m / ^ a f I ... _ m . t ______ • _______ 1 . crowd..thanr usual, and were most-in­ teresting contests. The five representing.'the Boys’ . Club defeated the legion' team by a score of IS to 15. Seymour high . school team won a victory over the , local high school boys after a hard . .lough t game by a score of 23 to 18. T ie Boys’ Club vs. Legion team was a most spectacular gafiie, it be­ ing fast and ,exciting. The Legion ' team st...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 January 1922

i l l lA X O C ^ Historical Boom® '-•I' MADISON W IS _ ■ IjArgrst cmcutATiojr IN XOIITHEAJSTJERN WISCONSIN STUKGEO^ JB^LY, yvik, F lllM Y, JAXtl'ARY 27, 1922.’ Mayor Boler Presents ' Facts and Figures WHAT THE SCHOOLS GET Parents-Teachers JMeeting An Inr strnctive Schooling-On Tax­ ation Questions—Charts Pre­ sented Showing Where . Each Portion of foliar Is Spent -.. Those who attended the Parents- Teachers meeting at the high school Friday evening were well repaid, for they received most valuable informa­ tion in regard to school taxes, pre­ sented in a manner that was most easily understood.. H. E. Stedman, president ‘ of the Parents-Teachers Association, had set aside this meet­ ing exclusively for this topic, which was presented by Mayor Jno.*Boler, and in part was as follows: “It is said that the American peo­ ple are traditionally indifferent to the manner in whcih the public busi­ ness is done and' so it seems. r “The average citizen’s construct­ ive criticism is l...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 January 1922

P a g e T m W W ':. DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WI8., JANUARY 27, 1022. Sawyer- News. COMMERCIAL CLUB HAS GOOD YEAR 'Annual Meeting Held At Eagle Hotel , New Officers Elected and Year’s Work Reviewed The Sawyer Commercial Club'held their first regular meeting of the new year on. Wednesday, January 18, at the Hotel- Eagle, at which about -forty members joined in doing jus­ tice to a delicious chicken supper ■which had been specially prepared for the occasion.’ Following the supper a, sm&ker was held and the •'business session was called to order by Dr. R. A. Woerfel, president of the club, and routine business-dis posed of. The election of officers re­ sulted as fololws: President, J. L. W iesner Vice-Pres., N. C. Jacobs Secy.-Treas., Chas. J, -Wilson di­ rectors, Rev. R. T. Wilkowske, A. J. Taube and Jos. Debroux. Speeches of acceptance were ipnde by the new­ ly elected officers, and Dr. R. A Woerfel, the retiring - president, thanked the members for their co opera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 January 1922

POOH COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, WI8., JANUARY 87. /o r thai r COUGH/ K e m p ’ s Gives a brilliant glossy Bblne that Goes not rub off or dust off—that anneals to the iron—that lasts four times as lorn: as any other. Black Silk Stove Polish authorized to re- lo d y o u r oney. Is in a class by itself. It’s more ca refully m ade and mhde from better materials. Try St on yoor parlor etovo,yourcook stove or your gas ranpe. , I f you don't find it the best polish you ever u s e d , your h a r d w a r e o r grocery dealer la Therm’a *‘A Shlnatn Evorp D rop” Get a ACHES AND PAINS— SLOAN’S GETS’EM! A.VOID the misery of racking pain. Have a bottle of Sloan’s JLini- 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 aching part. Sloan's Liniment penetrates without rubbing. Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints, lame back and'sore muscles.' . For. forty yearst pain’s ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 January 1922

'9 k*gt Four u o o b 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 , wiflH J a n u a r y . » 7 ,1 0 2 a . LOCALS . , CaVd Party— The Altar Society, of SC Josephs, church w ill give a card party in tlie basement of the church, Tuesday evening, January 31st. Defeated At DePere—-The local high school basketball team met de­ feat in their game w ith the DePere high, school at DePere Friday of last week. Beaver Sleeting— M embers' of thri' Beaver lodge are requested to be present at a m eeting to be held at Moeller’s hall next Monday evening, January 30. ” , ' Dances W ell Attended— The For­ esters- danee on Tuesday evening and th e ' Engineers’ : dance on Monday evening were both w ell attended and a m ost enjoyable time spent by those present. , Dance B ig Success— The dance at Moriller’s hall on Tuesday evening lander auspices of the Catholic Order of Foresters was a decided success and all Who attended had a most en­ joyable time. • Hom e Talent Play— The young people of sc...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 January 1922

P Q O B O O P P ri^ A P V O C A m X B T lJltG B O y B A T t W I»^ JANUARY 27, 1022. PERSONALS J u lia n H anson left Tuesday for M adison to atten d the U niversity fo r th e study o*f chem istry. Aug. K olm orgen of F orestville vis­ ited \"with friends and relatives in the city several days d u rin g the week. H . T aubm an, m anager of the P eo­ ples Store, h as b een in M ilwaukee and Chicij^o on business th is w eek. M iss T ena L aurie w ent to G reen B ay W ed n esd ay 'to a tte n d a m eeting of th e St. A ndrew s society held, th a t evening. M rs. E . W . Ihde is 'a t th e P. & S. TH E CHURCHES • Zion E v. L o th ., Jacksonport— Ser­ v ic e s'n ex t Sunday, J a n . 2 9 th , 10:30 a m. T he sacram ent of th e A ltar w ill also be adm inistered then. All those w ishing to p artak e of sam e are asked to announce them selves w ith the pasto r before hand. M. C. Schroeder, P astor. C hristian Science-’-Servifces w ill be held in the room s over th e H al- stead-M aples...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 January 1922

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, 'WIB., JANUARY 27 1 9 2 a. what better EMIL H. IHDK’S DRUG STORE Fresh! • Healthful! Delicious! '.Our-^vliolesome bread, rich, tender cakes, .flaky pastry and crisp, delicious cookies are baked fresh for you every day. They are made (Of the very best ingredients under the most sanitary! conditions. Fresh Breakfast Rolls de­ livered at your door every moming'if ordered the day be- fore. John Schmid Phone 163 WORKING FOR HUMAN RACE AT NINETY YEARS OF AGE c o n s u l t a t i o n FREE TO THE SICK DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Diseases nf Men, Women and children, and offers to all that will call on th at day, data and during the hours given below, con* •ultation and advice FREE OF CHARGE D*. S. Cranjiall, who has, lived' quite alone at his snug cottage on the'bay .shore for the past fo rty or more years iri apparent ease and leisure is really a very busy man. Though nearly four score and ten years of ago there': is y...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 January 1922

DOOR CX)UNTY A P VOCATE. STURGEON BAY, W I8 .. JANUARY 27 , 1022. PCe Seven fVlTAMINES-1 I are an essential factor in promotihg healthful growth I Scott’s Emulsion I is far richer in the fat ' ••soluble A .yitam ine than' cream . It aids growth—builds health! A T A L L D R U G S TO R ES PRICE. $ 1 .2 0 a n d 6 0 c . Scott & Bownc, Bloomfield, N. J* — - — ALSO MAKERS OF----- . Ki-m I (Tablets or Granules) I fs? INDIGESTION j I ■ v -\"-t « Clear vision will bring peace to your m ind It you have found th at your eye­ sight _ is failing. The best way to brfeg such a condi- ■tion about is to avail your- Belt of our services. We will go into the examination of your .optics in a thorough manner We will - discover the source of yriur eye troub­ le and will prescribe lenses' that will restore your eyes to their accustomed keen­ ness.' V , ■ F. D. SHIMMEL J ew eler-O ptom etrist S turgeon B ay SCALES Standard Computing World’s Best ■ V \" J • . REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIG COFFEE MI...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 January 1922

|a»!rt Eight POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W18., JA X PA fiy 3 7 , 1028. Maitine NeWs Returned To Island : AVoather .condition's nave made fishi.-g, out o£ the canal mosb dis­ agreeable. especially during the past ■wee!:, and the catch hasfbeen light John Cornell has returned to Wash- ingtcn Island with his gasolene boats Sunrise and Clara C. 'H e was able to make a landing on the east side of thb island without trouble from the ice. The Weborg Bros, have 1, also returned to Gills Rock with their boat,' the Golden Girl. : Visits Load L. T. P. A. The local Licensed Tugmeiv Pro- ’ tective Association was honored Fri- day evening of last weelt,, by a visit \"■ from George F. Freitas, grand presi­ dent. of the national association. He came here from Oshkosh, where the national convention was held, at . which he\"was re-elected president of the association, it being the ninth time he, has been honored with the office^ • , President Freitas strongly urged modi li cation and ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 February 1922

L A R G E ST CIHCTJIiATIOPr IN N O B T H E A ST E B K W ISCO N SIN SrpjR^EOJN BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922. NUMBER V ' A ti } H i s t o r i c a l P.ootna MADiSOH WIS : ITS A^D^BRT^fSKRS^GOOD^RBS'PTt/HI Fish Hatchery Loses 3,000,000 Eggs CHLORINE IN THE WATER Attempt Made To Save Fifly Per Cent of Fry By Planting Three , Million In Lake Tuesday Install Own Water System Chlorine might be the right kind *f disinfectant to use in water to purify it for drinking purposes, but it is not the right kind of disenfect- ant to use in water where fish eggs are being hatched. This fact has been established beyond doubt by the death of 3,000,000 little trout fry at the State fish hatchery in this city. Last summer' the. state health de­ partment demanded that Sturgeon Bay use chlorine to purify the water being pumped thru the city mains from the bay by the municipal plant u n til a better supply of water could be secured. At the time there was considerable discussion and Frank Suthers, su...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 February 1922

t ' DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., FEBRUARY 3, 1022 m ■■■ ' Edison Concert at Sawyer Opera House Every Night. before Mia regular picture show. Would be pleased to have ev­ erybody come and bear . the great artists sing and play just os i£ they themselves . wore present— no, difference. A great 'musical treat. C O M B ! , Sawyer News. Death of Edwad Hall Is That Cold and Cough Hanging On? YOU w ill'be convinced that Dr.- King’s New Discovery does just •wlial it is meant to do—soothes cough- raw throats, congestion-tormented chests, loosens the phlegm pack and brehks the obstinate cold and grippe attack, relieves the congestion in the head. No harmful drugs, therefore good for children as weil as grownups. Right away you will notice the better. Has a con­ vincing, healing taste that you will appreciate. Buy a bottle at any drug­ gists on the way home to-night, 60c. D r. K i n d ’s New Discovery For Colds and Coughs . Lazy People, Lazy Bowels. Don’t neglect constip...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 February 1922

Door County Advocate H ntered a t th e Postofflce a t S turgeon B ay, W is., a s second-class m a tter. P u b lished B y Dow County Publishing. Company • Incorporated. ,* B very F rid a y a t S turg eon Bay, W is. H. J . SANDERSON, M gr. Address alt communications to Door County Advocate. Sabscription Price, $2.00 per Year. ta ordering address changed, the old as well as the new address shoald be given. [ Foreign Advertmng Represents thrs I THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION j STURGEON BAY, WIS., FEB. 3. Who Will Be Congressman? Since the statement has appeared in several of the newspapers of the Ninth Congressional District that David G. Classon, the present con­ gressman, would not again be a can­ didate for the office, several counties in the district have been busy, groom­ ing local men to make the run.' Brown county immediately got busy and the name of Timothy Burke, present state Senator, of the old conservative type, has beon men­ tioned. Elmer Hall, present state secretary, ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 February 1922

*MW Fotur LOCALS POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WISM FEBRUARY 3, 1023. M issionary M ooting— Tho Congre­ gatio n al W om an’s Missionary.Sotoioty •'■will m eet Tuesday afternoon, F e b -7, .\"with M rs. E d. Reynolds, Sr. Dimce F eb. 0— The W om en’s C ath­ olic O rder of F oresters w ill give dance a t M oeller’s h all on tho night o f F eb ru ary 9th, to w hich invitations hav e been issued. H ad a Good Tim e— T he sleigh rid e given by the R ebekah lodge o u t to’ th e hom e of M r. and ■ Mrs. F red K n u th la st M onday n ig h t w as well p atronized an d all h ad a very enjoy­ ab le tim e. ' \\ ' E rects L arg e W indm ill — H arry H ocks has had a 50-foot w indm ill erected on his prem ises and w ill use th e pow er to ru n his dynam o in th e charging of batteries. .T h is is -th e ■first w indm ill erected in this city for m any years. W ill Sell Stock— The W isconsin Telephone Company has filed a re ­ quest w ith th e state railro ad ’ com­ m ission for per...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 February 1922

DOOB COlTNTr ADVOCATE, BTPItQBON BAY, W f t, FEBRUARY 3, 10253. W W I I !l*H j PERSONAL MENTION .1 » - - '• '' • '• -—■ - - •••â– .. . . J ■ « i !: SfEWBY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW \" , , . I » *M»MMW*WWWW BECOMES HEAD OF BIG FIRM ‘ J. W. Herb old was here from Nee- nah Tuesday bn business. • P ran k I. Pleck made a business trip to Green Bay on Tuesday. C. P. B assett m ade a b ig n e ss trip to Green Bay during the week.' Mrs. Ole Anderson and Mrs. Henry Hopp -went to Green Bay yesterday. iLester' M everden returned Satur­ day from a business trip to Appleton. W m, B astar of BJorestvllle was a business caller in the pity W ednes­ day. Mr. and Mrs. John F alk w ent to Menominee, Michi, this weelf to' Visit relatives. . ~ ' . Miss/Mebel Bieboldt has been vis­ iting in Sheboygan with friends and relatives. j , a, ‘ A ten-pound girl was born to '8 ir. and Mrs. U rban Allie-on Friday of . J p s t ■ W e e k . ■ ..-'V v Mrs. F ran k Lyle, Red Lodge, M inn., is a gu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 February 1922

m i n i m i u s m n « n au a*o ta x n o w L U D E N S m enthol DOOR COUNTY ADVQCATE, STURGEON BAY* ■ - ■ ■ ' ! P * ic e E t straight CIVF. QUICK RELIEF ss w v u w v a v . v .v .w .v . v v a ’ Fresh! Healthful! Delicious! Our -wholesome bread, rich, tender cakes, flaky pastry and crisp, delicious cookie^ are baked fresh for you every day. They are made of the very best ingredients under the most sanitary, conditions. Fresh Breakfast Bolls' de­ livered- at your door every morning if ordered the day be­ fore. John Schmid Phone 163 Maplewood William Gomall was a business caller at Sawyer, Thursday. Alfred Jome was a business caller at Sturgeon Bay, Saturday. Miss Eunice Henry spent the week end at her home in Algoma. , John Entringer made a business trip to Algoma last Saturday. Knut Roble, accompanied by Chas. Nelson, were callers at Sawyer on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Miller werfe callers at Sawyer and Sturgeon Bay, Saturday. Arnold, Severson and Ed. Ellison were business...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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