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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 February 1922

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., FEBRUARY 3, 1922. Page Sew* Vapors reach deep colds W hen th e cold “ goes dow n” get afte r it by th e rubbing and vapor m ethod. Obstinate colds that go down into the ches^ can be reached by the combination rubbing and vapor-inhaling „ method with Vicks 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 v .. * Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors 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- ihgs, and various bodily pains. Ohpe tried, Vic...

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 — 3 February 1922

■isro Eight. DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W I8 . 1 0 ^ ■■nsrasLacttacaxa wj crzu a c a v : , Prcf. E. A. Gilmore of the Univer­ sity of W isconsin law school may be­ come governor general of the Philip­ pine islands w ithin a few months, is the report th at has come to the state university. He was on Dec. 22 ap­ pointed to th e post of vice governor, serving under Gen. Leonard Wood, th e present governor general, v . Tobacco . growers of Hock county w ho have found no ready m arket for th e ir crops the last two years are .go­ in g to'grow alfalfa or som e other crop nex t year, judging from the sentim ent • expressed by a m em ber ,o t th e Rock County Tobacco Growers’ association . a t the annual m eeting in Janesville. M any farm ers are being forced to sell a t 5 cents a pound because they m ust raise funds to pay their taxes. The industrial commission announc­ ed th a t , revised orders establishing new requirem ents for sanitation in places of employment w h...

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 — 10 February 1922

LARGEST CIRCULATION v ,I S SOftTHEASXEBK WISCONSIN STURGEON BA Y. WIS., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY .10, 1022. FARMER INSTITUTE PROGRAMS Year’s Work Starts Harmony In DIRECTORS ARE ELECTED Fetzer, Warren, Martin and A. B. Minor New Men On Board of Directors—Officers Chosen Soon By, Board of Directors The annual organization meeting of .the Chamber of Commerce was held a t' Hotel Swoboda Tuesday eve­ ning at which over 100 business’and professional men were present and the dove of peace hovered over the gathering: • If the spirit of harmony a t the meeting continues th ru the year, together 'w ith the enthusiasm manifested, great accomplishments may he looked forward to for the year 1922. L. D. Smith, president of the or­ ganization during'the past year, stat­ ed th a t while he would be active and co-operate in the activities of the or­ ganization during the coming year, he was thru as its president. For the purpose of starting upon an entirely new basis in which there would be nothing but...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 February 1922

Page Twi /! DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. W I8., FEBRUARY 10, 1022. FOR SALE Liglit Clover Honey A A per, gallon , U v Houey, per gallon. $1.25 ED. JACOBS SAWYER, WIS. Phone G67-F-3 Sawyer News. The Supreme Hour Above all else -we wish to hold ourselves WORTHY of the trust and confidence placed in us by men and women in their supreme hour of need. We spare you all details—‘tak­ ing charge of all m atters beyond our expected duties. ’ - • ' Just telephone us when, the Bad occasion arises. ANDREW SLOAN SAWYER, W I8. Phones 135-R 1S5-W. Lady Assistant hlodern Auto Hearse Death of Mrs. Reinhardt Maglb Mrs. Reinhardt Magle passed away at her home in the town of Nasewau- pee on Saturday, February 4th,. the cause of death being tuberculosis. Deceased was born in Sevastopol on February 5, 1896, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwartz, 90n April C, 1916, de­ ceased was united in .marriage to Reinhardt Magle, of Nasewauppe, who together with one son, Leroy, aged four, and ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 February 1922

I , ' , • \" d o o b o o p s t o a p ro c M m nmerm SAWYER, WISCONSIN Feb, 14-th X A gigantic sale of seasonable Winter Goods and New Spring lines. Beginning with this sale we will introduce our CASH DIVIDEND plan, X whereby you will become a partner in our business to the extent of sharing a 3% CASH DIVIDEND on all your purchases. Tins dividend ♦ will be payable semi-annually July 15 and January 15 of each year* ^ you do not receive a Certificate by mail write or call for one at our ^ . v • “ 's store and begin saving money. f GINGHAM HOUSE DRESSES New ide^s and at prices. y f f t t t T t t T X I y T y x t t t y V Everett Classic Dress Ginghams at .... .......................... V Amoskeag Apron Ginghams I Bungalow and Coverall ■ APRONS $1.00 to $2.50 at Final cut on ladies’ and chil­ dren’s plush and cloth coats- Must be closed out regardless of price. Duck Coats, Corduroy Collar at . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . ---- Duck Coats, Lamb .Collar - Boys’ Mackinaws, a l...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 February 1922

Page TNsvt DOOR COUNTY ADVQCA ? FEBRUARY 10,1922. »^r -O tnm if Advocate Bfitored a t th e Postofllca a t Sturgeon B a y ,. WJs:, as second-class m atter.. Published By Door County Publishing?. Company y'ii '.'-./.'-' Incorporated. Every Friday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wls. \\ r IL J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address ail communications to ■ Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. In O rdering add ress changed, th e old as w elT as th e new ad d ress should h e given. . Foteisn Advettmn* Representsdre THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS., FEB. 10. ’■ Farmers* Cooperative' Associations President Harding at Farm ' Con­ ference:. “ The lines on which finan­ cial support of agriculture .may be organized are suggested in the plan of the Federal Farm Loan Board, and in those rural finance societies which have been so effective in some European countries. The cooperat­ ive loaning associations of Europe have been effective incentives to united action by farmers, and h...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 February 1922

D O O R C O U N T Y A D B A Y , W I8 -, F E B R U A R Y 10, I M S . V O C A TE . S T U R G E O N P t t e S t r # * * * ’X’X* X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X » * * X X X X X XXX X X X X * * * * * xxxxx »»*» » A New Department In Our Popular Basement After the incessant demand for two years, we have finally determined in the SPIRIT OP SERVICE to add this department to our store. 7 , Home owners or home builders will doubtless be in­ terested, for it affords opportunity to choose your wall paper when you want it and get it delivered on the spot. A good variety of wall paper for every room in the house—at right prices. Mention this news to your friends—they will appre­ ciate it. V TH £ STQf*JEr TH A T S A V E * YO U M O N E Y Sturgeon Bay, Wis. N f V Here’s What This Sign Means to \\bu This is the sign of Marquette Cement. A- It is the sign of the Marquette dealer. It is the sign of a cement and a cement service unequaled in this, territory . t f Behind each sack of iMarquette C...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 February 1922

six p o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , b t u k q e o n bay, w is ., F e b r u a r y 10. 1022. LOCALS Xtabcknh Sewing Circle—r-Tlio Re- b ek ah Sewing Circle will m eet next \"Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 15th, a t Odd Follows hall. Benefit Dance— There w ill be a benefit dance on Feb. 24th, at A r­ c ad ia hall to help m ake up th e def­ ic it on th e L ibrary Lyceum Course. ■ Shadow P a rty — The E agles anr nounce th a t they w ill hold a Vaien- tln e Shadow P a rty a t th e ir h all on W ednesday evening, Feb. 15th. A box lunch w ill be served. B oys' Clnb Dance-^-There is to be * dance a t th e Boys’ Club this F rid ay evening to w hich th e public Is in­ v ited. M usic is to be furnished by th e L ightning Jazz orchestra. D orcas M eeting— The Dorcas So­ ciety w ill m e e t With M rs. C. W . W ar­ ren , Tuesday, Feb. 14th. T his m eet­ in g w ill be in th e n atu re of a valen­ tin e p arty and a cordial invitation is extended to all. M arried In Chicago— Miss M aude F...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 February 1922

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, w m , = = fc r FEBRUARY 10, 1022. Page Seven 4 W W » HH | PERSON AL MENTION I t . . , , ■ • ■ = = | I BXW8V HOTEE OOKOEENINO PEOPLE TOD ENOW J J. J. Engel left Monday on a busi­ ness trip to Milwaukee. Louis Damkoeliler, Gladstone, was In tbe city Tuesday on business.- The Jolly Eight 500 Club met at the home 'of Mrs. Gordon Rose \" on \"Wednesday evening. Louis Mar chan d returned first of the -week from Milwaukee where he had been spending several days. Mrs. R. T. Cunningham of Saulte Ste, Marie, Canada, has been a guest' * during the week of her sister, Mrs. . J.'Bl Armbrust. County Agent E. G. Bailey return­ ed Saturday from Madison, where he had been in attendance a t meetings of interest to County. Agents • of the state. . v: '■ ■ v Lawrence Miller, Brussels, son of County Treasurer Emil Miller, was operated oa-at one of the hospitals Monday for the removal of his tonsils and adenoids. Mrs. Henry Overbeck has been confined to her ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 February 1922

Bight p o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , st u r g e o n b a y , w ib ., F e b r u a r y 10,1022. RHEUMATIC ACHES QUICKLY RELIEVED Tplication HE racking, agonizing rheumatic ache is quickly relieved by an ap­ of Sloan’s Liniment. For forty years, folks all over the \"world have found Sloan’s to be the natural enemy of pains and aches. It'penetrates without rubbing. You can just tell by its healthy, stimulating Odor that it is going to do you good. Keep Sloan's handy for. neuralgia, sciatica, lame back, stiff joints, sore muscles, strains and sprains. At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. S l O d Liniment Pain's enem r a = . Makes Sick Skins Well One of Dr.Hobson’s FamilyRcmedies. Foraclcar, Wealthy complejaoa use freely OJDSOriS Ointment Thisisthe^ Stove Polish^ Should Use IT’Staken different from Others because more care1 is in the making'' and the materials used are o«^ higher grade. Black Silk Stove Polish M ak£s a b rillia n t, silky p o lish th a t d o es I n o t ru b off o r ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 February 1922

DOOR Cbxm SY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, Wig., FEBRUARY 10, 1022. '-hooA Old F riends Page Sine W00& RED Ive had them so bngj’vc forgotten It’s a good memory that a pair of HOOD Red Boots canbot outwear. And wear is in our opinion about the first consideration in select- ing a boot At least, other things being equal, the boot that wears the longest is the one that gives permanent satisfaction. Besides wear there is one other outstanding HOOD feature, and that is comfort. HOOD Boots have been made for twenty-five years, and we have never in that time ceased to im­ prove them where improvement was possible. One result is that all reinforcements are placed . with scientific accuracy—not slapped on in­ discriminately—-and this means extra wear without clumsy weight-—or comfort at the end of a long day’s work. Ask your dealer what he thinks of HOOD Boots—and look them over . for yourself. ~ HOOD RUBBER PRODUCTS CO, Inc. Watertown, M uk W H IT E R O C K R U B B E R S White Roclj* are ma...

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

r a s o Ten DOOR COUNTS' ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIS., FEBRUARY 40, 1022. • Forestyille - Homy Larso 1 of 'eosvM i 'lew • \\ . scais' a *ilcr In Vhi? Vil\" . ::o W •. mes- da' ’ V '- ' --v ■^:'\"vr 7' \"]} T\"V Asa Birdsall ot Algonva was a business callbr in the Village Tues*. .day. - ' ' ‘ ‘ ' Mrs. Henry Bfniidt and daughter • Phyllis spent Tbdrsday visiting wltb Relatives a t Sawyer. , . . airs Joseph Stonoman rondo a fihoppiijg trip to Algom.t between • trains Tuesday afternoon. ' - Miss Elonor Ahlswedo of Kohl- berg is Visiting yvith her sister, Mrs. Lillian Fagg for'several days. A son was born to Dr. and Mrs. J. H . Hirchbaeck last Saturday, both mother and child are doing' nicely. The infant son. of Mr. and Mrs. Vetal Coppersmith is ^qulte serious­ ly ill with pneumnia at this ■writing . Miss Adelaine Brandt left Friday for Sheboygan to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brandt* for .Stvoi al days A birthday party was held at the home of Henry Wiese in honor of Hen...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 February 1922

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Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 February 1922

\\ - »N5« 3Pwt ■ ^ .^ s = = = : i POOR OOtTNTY APVQCATE, STtTKOBON BAY, W18M jPEBBIJAJBY 17. i©22. . Cold? All Clogged Up? T ^O N ’T let it get a start, Dr. King’s ^ ew .Discovery will get right! down to work, relieving the tight feeling In the chest, quieting the racking _wugh, gently stimulating the bowels,- thus eliminating \"the ~ cold—poisons. ' Always'reliable. Just good medidnc made to case colds and coughs. For fifty .years a standard remedy* ■All the family can take it with helpful results. Eases the children's croup. No harrhful drugs. Convincing, heal­ ing taste that the kiddies like. At all druggists, 60c. D e K i n g ’s New Discovery For Colds and Coiifihs ~ F co 'r Badly? Bowels Sluggish? Haven’t any \"pep\" in work or play. You re constipated! The stimulating action of Dr. King’s Pills brings back old time energy. Air druggists, 25c. * t PROMPT! WON’T GRIPE h\\ Kind’s Pills Symphony Lawn S t a t i o n e r y The acme of refiaemeat and gdod taste. , Always the c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 February 1922

DOOR OOUNTX ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAX', , ' '^ :v:HW&hk: ‘ : ■ ■' ' f':: Sevastopol In Florida friends of Mr.. and Mrs. C. Davis will i be interested VfJearn that they are now comfort- aptr located in their new . bungalow aj St. Petersburg, Fla. Also • that Mtas. Pittinger is living next door. Iftr. Davis writes under date of Feb. C Siat they got rid of the last work- *!*® th e . day before and that now Mk«r are all set to enjoy the - fine •paiate and beautiful scenery, al­ though the weather was quite cool several days previously, but now it# Is garbed in his palm beach suit. day he wrote it was warm and *o»gy, but the sun shines every day, i t least fpr a time. He has an Olds- there and the license plate cost l i u sixteen bucks. There is a sea- between them and the water, aiw their home is across this street from the so-called “ Fountain of Tomth,” which is a, driven well of sulphur water, and there is a pon- tiauous strea’m of people all day long, and when he wishes a p...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 February 1922

V m & V o w e DOOR OOTOiTE ADVOCATE, BTOBOEON BAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1022. LOCALS Lincoln's Birthday — Lincoln’s birthday falling on Sunday very .few flags were displayed in honor of the nation's greatest President, but on g Monday Old Glory floated from a number of flag staffs. ■ ■ • ■ Heavy Fall of ■ Snow—-All day Sun- • flay there was. a heavy fall of snow, amounting to a total of six or seven inches on the level. The snow w'as light, but fortunately there was little ' Wind so it did not drift. Redecorated — -The ...Kirchenberg Hotel, corner of Spruce and Main Streets, has, been repainted and re­ decorated, Joe Searth doing the , , work. Mr. Kirchenberg lias made a number of improvements in his place ahd preparing for a good .season’s tun. Laundry Moved—The laundry of .. Rieboldt & Urban was moved the lat­ ter part of last week into their own building, formerly the Advocate building at the corner of Spruce and Main streets. The boys are doing good work and our citize...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 February 1922

DOOB OOOTTY ADVOCATE, STtKQEOB BAY, v7I8n I'K B ItU A R y 17, 1023, P E R S O N'A L : M E N T IG N I *?JSWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU SNOW ‘■■■.:■ Dr.,r F. £. Huff made a business trip to Chicago during the week. v John Perry returned Saturday from a business trip to Milwaukee: A baby girl arrived a t the home p t Mrs. Henry Anschutz, Jr., oh Sunday, Feb. 5th. ' Mr. and Mrs. F ra n k Graass went to Green Bay to visit, relatives the fore part of the wee.k John Masse of Chicago was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs: John Masse over Sunday, , Miss Luplla Kohl arrived here on Saturday from M ilwaukee to visit her m other, Mrs. Helen K'ohi. Miss Genevieve W ashburn, who is attending Lawrence college, spent the week-end at her home here. ‘ C. M. Stephenson and w ife. re­ turned to the city M onday1 haying spent the week end in Milwaukee. Dr. A. J. Gordon has been attend­ ing the state dental convention in Milwaukee during the present week. Alex Carmody and Lawrence Col­...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 February 1922

Pave Bix DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1022. Door County Advocate A lte re d a t th e Postofflce a t Sturgeon B ay. W is., as second-class m atter. Published By Door County Publishing Company v ' . - . Incorporated. . B v ery F rid ay a t ’S turgeon B ay,-W ls. - ' H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address alt communications to ' Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year, b ordering addreas changed, the old na well as the new nddresa should be given, Foreign Adrettlrini THE AMERICAN ,TION STURGEON BAY, WIS., FEB. 17. ■ The Chamber of Commerce The Chamber of Commerce has se­ lected as fts pilot for the year 1922 Rer. C. W. W arren, pastor of the Congregational church. We belieVe the Sturgeon Bay Chamber of Com­ merce is the only civic organization of its kind in the state, that by a un animous vote of Its membership, has gone out of the business and profes­ sional ranks and selected as its ex­ ecutive officer the head of a church. Rev. W arren assumes the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 February 1922

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8„ FEBRUARY 3 7 ,1 9 8 3. ASTONISHING SUCCESS FOR POPULAR PRODUCT S w uands of People Who Were Weak, Tbin, Run Down, With no Strength and Energy, Acclaim New Treatment By Their High Endorsements and Big Sales ' Of a ll know n m ethods of relieving suffering, sallow arid th in m an- W a i, n o th in g has spru n g in to such in sta n t favor as h as G arren’s Tonic. 9 trn e o th ers have h ad larg e sales a fte r years before th e public, b u t f lu r o a ’s Tonic h as only been Introduced in to th e m iddle w est d u rin g the B est few m onths, yet G arren’s Tonic sales have fa r surpassed those of any A n H a r p ro d u ct sold in th is p a rt of th e country. ? W hen a m an or w om an w ho h a s suffered from th e to rtu re s of rh eu - riftftiam, stom ach trouble, kidney trouble, nervousness, sleeplessness, lack •9 oaergy and stren g th , .finally reg ain th e ir h ealth , stren g th and en d u r- (g n a by th e use of a certain tre a tm e n...

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 — 17 February 1922

Eight DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT. WI&* 17, Renews Strength 1 Where there is need for a build* ing-up tonic after rostrating illness, '1 taken regularly, usually spells renewed strength and vigor. Scolt & Bowne, Bloomfield. N. J. — ALSO MAKERS OF-------- KMfOIDS (Tablets or Granules) , ^ INDIGESTION Gives a brilliant clOGsy elilno that does not rub off o r dust off—thnt anneals to tho iron—that lasts four tim es as long as any other. D M Silk Stove Polish is In a class by itself. It s m ore carefully m ade and made u c in better materials* Try it on yoor pari yourcookaiov gas ranpc If you don't find it the bcstpolish you ever used* your rdw aro or rrroeery d o rJe r t u th o n ted to re* your -•.oney rfjoro’s e,A fiiVno In Svci'i? JBpop p i l e s Forestviile Jacob Im m el w as a business caller a t Casco betw een tra in s M onday, John \"Kreft of M aplewood w as in the village on business Tuesday aft- G1110011, • f ~ ' Mrs. Louis Jarcliow of M aplewood was a caller in...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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