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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

8 t Pfe&*0N B AY ADVOCATE— OOHSOLIDAtED— DOOR COUNTY IE»CCKAT ..-'aA»n«igvcm ointA W W : DlflURTHSAtTBHS WISCOSMS STURGEON BAY, H istorical Boons MADISON WIS r, DECEMBER 20,1918. jn m y jE S T A D T K B fu n * MBDItm 11* OOOB CODHVV Board of Health Allows Bufci ness Houses To KeepOpelt After Five P. M. CHURCHSERVICESSUNDAY Conditions in Rogard to Fin Improv- tag i il Q t y :md Vclhlty and I Authorities Raise Ban Some- ^ whafc—Schools Not to Open . ? T01 1919 ton Account of ’ . Nearness of Holidays. NO NEED FOR Y. M.C. A.IMEN - Thoagh it was thought for a time, th at Sturgeon Bay would, for the Bret time in its hiBtory,’ be without Aferistmas services in its churches, witch wfil not be the case, On Monday, the board of health de­ cided that, influenza conditions had Daprpved enough to-rescind the or- der closing all places of business at 'five p. in. and closing the churches. The only business on which the ban remains Is the picture show. As a result the merchants are keep­ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

J /)/' POOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, Sawyer News. D eath o f Mrs. I. J.M actiJ*. ~ Wanda, wife of David J. Machia, 1 »pniful away In Denver, Colorado, on December Sth, the cause of death be- tn g pneumonia. She was thirty-one i of age having been born in the of Forestville this county on D ec. iq , 1887, being the daughter of 3te. and Mrs. Tosten Gilbertson. 8ho ■niais m arried to David J. Machia on J a n e 27, 1907, who with one child, V ivian, aged four years, survives. Deceased had been in poor health f o r several years and fourteen m onths ago the family wont to Colo- srado. T he remains, accompanied, by the UnEsband and daughter, arrived here Wrfday and the funeral was held from tthehonje of Jos. Machia at ono o'clock o n ' Saturday, Rev. E. T. Rogno cfllci- .atlng. Interm ent was kt Carnot. Mrs. J. Sclioenrock Dead. Louis Marx on Monday received a SJelegram announcing the death of his sister, Mrs. Juliug Sclioenrock at AnUgo. She was 33 years of age on S ept. 16, 191S, and was bo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

boob comm advocate, nax, ms* vimmttnSSiBim m j f m m Item s» FROM SERGT-HflJ. JOHN C. ACKER IN FRANCE France, November 11, 1918 Tlie place and the date mark the birth of a new era, and we were \"in at the death\" of the old. It is \"finis la guerre” and we were a t the front when it ended. • We are back quite a distance from the line tonight—and the lights! I' Just came in from .outside afid \"outside\" looks like another world, a , place to whloh I am not accustomed because of the lights. Every shack, barrack and dugout is lit up like an excursion steam­ er, or like some o f these soldiers will be their first night in \"civies” back In the U. S. A. ' I t is good to be alive tonight, to know that one has been through it and i t is all over. I certainly would like to cele­ brate tonight. I’d like to be in Paris, dr London, or New York. My, but I'll bet there are s-o-m-e doings. . While I am wishing I may as well moke it a good one, so, I wish I was back home tonight' I t’s '' toug...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

w M & m r iW m s t, m m to i hristmasDay B ake M ince R e s w itH [ o n e Such [INCEMMF t Mother Vied boMaJte! H o iC L led S u ^N eectecI ]J54r3fears on. th e M arket Mwrell-SouLe Co., SyracuseXY pMfl Coughs Mmm that hurt Piso’a gives prompt end effective relief. It quickly soothes inflam m ation and irritation. E ases hoarseness allays tickling. G et P iio 's from your d ru f tU t. Contains No Opiate Sale tor Young and Old \"AShfnotn E v e r y D ro p * * G at a ca n to d a y from your hardware or g r o . eery d ealer. When In Need of LUMBER, Shingles, Cement, Lath, Brick, Lime, ' Flour, Feed or Salt, W ILL BUY GRAIN, PEAS, POTATOES, HAY. Call on J. F. Bertschinger The Supply Man EGG HARBOR C all W isconsin Phone or D oor C ounty Telephone. O n. Fairfield, Bartran & Co. CLINIC BUILDING DR. W . E . FA IR FIE L D Surgery. D R. W . E . L E A PE R Obsterics, Diseases of W omen, H e art an d Longs. D R. R . L . COWLES Diseases of C hildren. Skin, K idneys an d B ladder. DR. j . ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

- « ' -V ! v W - OTPROEOW BAY, WBL. 1 WITHOUT CROWDS OF LATE SHOPPERS IT WOULDN’T BE XMAS. WE ARE PRE­ PARED WITH A LARGE STOCK in a typical CHRISTMAS DISPLAY- -in open view, easy to look over and with plenty of help on each floor to serve quickly and efficiently, no waiting. v : - : ' * Will hem For LADIES and GIRLS HANDKERCHIEFS plain, embroidered or ini­ tial. GLOVES Kid, wool o r chamois. BELTS and GIRDLES Leather, vachette or metal * HOSIERY Silk, wool or lisle. WRITING SETS Metal trimmed sets. ‘ IVORY for the dressing table. XMAS APRONS Dainty tea aprons. TABLE RUNNERS 1 Tapestry or linen. KIMONAS & BATHROBES (Second floor) LINGERIE Silk or lawn. PERFUMES Melba and Jurgens. TRAVELING BAGS and Suit Cases- PURSES Large and smLk. SLIPPERS A beautiful line. ,, FURS ‘ Muffs, Scarfs and Sets. WAISTS &ilk or lawn. PETTICOATS Silk or sateen. ^ COATS, SUITS, SHIRTS At one-third off. . SWEATERS &carf Sets. ' , STATIONERY in boxes. JEWELRY • ' Brooches, pins, earrings. ' N...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

POOR COUNTY a d v o c a t e,, a d v o c a t e m DBOBOa a A x , m & . D E c K M i ^ a o ^ i a , u ^ .. and Sailors M O I W W I W H t W H W W H I « I M I W W Motes Pf Interest Gathered by The Democrat’s Beportero Slow Weak—Tile well being drilled -.ait the municipal plant- is proving « h n r work. A depth o t 300 feet has ' Bettn'reached and considerable difll- colty la being experienced in the drill getting stuck in the rock. B risk Trade— The merchants of th e city have been, for the past week, enjoying a brisk holiday trade. Now th a t the ban on expensive Christmas presents has been lifted by the Coun- «il of. Defense the people are buying : m ore than ever before. ~ B ig. Crowds— On Saturday after­ n o o n , the Btreets were crowded with . country people, in the city to do their Christmas shopping. All the stores were crowded and not only then but nil week, the merchants have enjoyed a brisk holiday trade. Buys Store—A deal was completed w ithin the week whereby Ed. Hogan...

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

* l‘ ‘{ ^ r ** / r J? vf ~5 ' ! \" ' ' ^ ' ’ , -,’1' V ’ / « \"'H POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, imHMlBONBAY, W1H, DBCKMBKRgQ, 1018. P«*»8ewRfc: IpJJSON A/T MENTION i »TE8 CONCERNING. PEOPLE YOU KNOW I : Joe W olterlef t Monday for a busl- nedgtrtptoC hicago.^ :' / 1 . Kiss'Nora Johnson returned home. from:4|goma Saturday. Jalltfs Schaack leaves tomorrow to aaiuut three, weeks with relatives in v \\ - ' ' \"V ' Thefamily: of Peter Haen' was re- legped irom - quarantine the' first of .thqweek. '■ Henry Fetzer made a business trip to Kewaunee returning the next morning.Tuesday : ''AMtj^Jrene ThouiferetUrned Satur- day after a weeks visit' with relatives . a t Fond du Lac. Hrs^Hugh Collins of Baileys Har­ bor was lh the city Monday doing her Chrfetffias shopping. EL G. potman and family spent Saturday Visiting at Algoma with Mr. Putman’s mother, Mrs.-A. S. Put- mqa. . Miss. Dorothy Symons returned on S a tu rd a y - evening after - spending a fqjr days visiting with friends in Al- gdnoa....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

MONEY TO LOAN «? Had Another $ 7 5 , 0 0 0 S ET A S I D E by our company to place on ' D O OR C OUNT Y F A R M S No amount too large or too small. I N S U R A N C E of all kinds written J. G. Ollinger, The Insurance Man f 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Scrap Iron Wanted! I am paying highest price for SCRAP IRON, RAGS, RUBBERS, COPPER, BRASS, HIDES & FURS. My specialty is now HIDES and pirns. Also buying and selling Second Hand Furniture. See me before you buy elsewhere I. TURCHEN One block east of Zlvnoy’s hotel. Phone 392-M W ear your button, fly your service flag. use your seels, and let everyone know th at you answered “Hero\" at th e Red Cross Christmas roll call. Notice to Ice Consumers All large consumers of ice wishing to purchase from the undersigned for the season 1919 will please notify us before January 1st, as we will harvest accordingly. Hart Trans. Co. Phone 233 (38w2) DOOR COUNTY LET THERE BE NO SLACKERS Next July—On the first of July, 1919, the postag...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

p o o itip o p N n r ip v q p A M ^ sw m fflw » b a y , w ib ., De c e m b e r 2 0 ,io ta . ■Flr«t publication Dec. 13, 1918. iStAte of TVisconsln, County Court for Daor County:—In .Probate. - Notice is -hereby given that at a Regu- lar'.Term of County Court to bo held In and for said County, at C«urt House' In the City of Stdrgeon Bay In said County, V. •on the first Tuesday (being the 7th day) •of january A. D. 1919, .at 10 o’clock A. M. the following matter* will be heard and ' 'considered. The application of Fannie Jones, Exec­ u trix of the Will of Edward S. Jones, lato of the Town of Nasewaupce in said County, deceased, for the examination and allowance of her final account of her administration, and for the asslgn- -.inent of the residue of the . estate of Edward S. Jones deceased, to such oth- . -nr persons as are by law entitled to the same,, and for the determination and adjudication of the Inheritance tax if any, payable In said estate. —-r By order of the Couft: .D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 December 1918

S'SU'S'V-'- ciCV*, * S /& DboR O D i ^ i b t r M m a n r t ^ = s — A v - ^ z T r S - z 77-7'-™''' v '-:*, 5ST9* m m * a g 'r&& ■IWJV'•â– ''•'•â– *'*':*us A # # mother. , sister or sweetheart Gift IT IS NOW. When & Man Buys Hare w^ try to remember HIS SIZE and can help you opt if you don t Know. -, ! ■: J . 7, 1 ■ K ' W E A R E O P E N every evedbg until Chrfetmas. Deo. 25th, Christmas Day, will be . Closed All Day* Some Giffe H E ^ Welcomes Appropriate COLLABS—(Soft pr Sftfff.) (Fine Cotton,Fiber Silk, Pure iSilk, Fine fled Heavy Wool. (A beautiful line o f Ties in fancy boxes at 60 c. O ther nice Xmas Tibs' at 25c, 50c, 75c and fl.tfO , A ll W e e d in Xmas boxes e&cept the 25c ties. BELTS—(In all shades and SUSPENDERS—25c to tbe. / HANDKERCHIEFS \" '\" '' rj ,v J BILL BOOKS AND PURSES CLOTH BRUSHES CUF3F AND COLLAR BUTTONS buy for Men and Boys. When you buy His Gift a t His Store you certain it is what. HE WANTS. More Gifts for H I M Gloves and Mittens ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 December 1918

VOLUME 57 ft?)! 8TUB0E0N BAY ADVOCATE-— CONSOLIDATED----- DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 40 fiMoom L A R G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N «N N O R T H E A S T E R N -WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27,1918. VQHN0ED MEN l l t l Two Co. F Men, Injured in Big Battles, Here On Furloughs. AT CHATEAU . 1 TH IE R R Y Sergeant Henry O’Dean and Private ' NSscarMarx Home From Hospitals on Leave of Absence—Tell Ex- v ' citing Stoles of Experiences. gassed bat did not feel the effects of it until several days later. On the fourth of August he was op­ e rated on and the piece of shrapnel removed from his legT He was in several different hospitals and the Iqst one at which he -'was stationed was at Savony. He was sent to Brest and sailed tor home on November 1 aooard the Eteamer Krooni and and arrived at Newport News on the 13th. He was sqnt toF ort Snelling and will return there in several weeks. ARE MORE CASUALTIES STRONG tpfjTlthin the week two Company F men who have been wounded have...

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

Two POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIS.. DECEMBER 27. 1913. M S S a n c lE w iy D ^ Bel»Ii&icePtes.im& N o n e S u c h M incem eat QJbMother t W fe Afeig? IKbAjfLled Su^arNeedect {SOears on. theMafei ^ r lin e Recipe Book'fwc jM rrrell-Soule Co., Syracuse,ffX SHOCKS OUT PAIN THE FIRST ROW Comforting relief from pain makes Sloan's the \"World's Liniment Tins famous reliever of rheumatic = •* 9 , soreness, stiffness, painful 'M iill11, neuralgic pains, ana most •HMeT external twinges that humanity \"lffcra from, enjoys its great sales Scczuse it practically never falls to fcrng speedy, comforting relkf. Always ready for use, it takes lit Uho -- \\peaetraie withouirubbing and f Clean, refreshing. A ti A large bottle means economy. Sloan's L i n i m e n t K ills l? a .in . -SIMON ARONIN’S Scrap Iron Yard 'We are paying the -highest market prices for SCRAP IRON SLAGS RUBBERS AND METALS Also BIDES and FURS. Sawyer News. * W 3 18. Court St. Phone SOO-K S . A R O N IN -GENERAL...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 December 1918

n o o n oottntv a d v o c a t e * b t o k o e o n b a y , m . / d b c k m b e r 2 7 , io is . loor County Advocate R n t* i« d a l th e Poatoffice a t S tu r g e o n B ay, W is., aa se co n d -c la ss m atter. rC B U S Q C D B T M r CMty tofishiog M « Q ISOO RPORA TM J A ddress all com m unications to D oor Connty Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. l a t t d o i a g l U r c n e k u g t4 , the old aa * * ll aa th e act* addreaa ahoald he tlTCa STURGEON BAY, W I9., DEC. 27. D espite th e repeated assertion th a t Ovf| soldiers' In F ran ce w ere fighting Mr. W Uson’s fourteen points, it to very d oubtful If one in a hundred o f th e fighters ..am id nam e as m any a s four of them . ' T he A ppleton P o st seem s to have analyzed th e flue situ atio n quite cor- rdCtly w hen it says th a t i t “ looks.as though th e fine w hen it reaches a lo­ cality seizes npon those w ho are m ost predisposed to it or least resisting, an d lays them o u t first, afterw ards —£tdng dow...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 December 1918

r *BgeFOBT DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TIJBQB05 BAY, Wt&« DECEMBER 27, 1018. HVVSY SHORT NOTES Notes of Interest Gathered by The Democrat's Reporters ! ♦ # l M H W H W iW M t H I M ! Save You?—Have you m a d e those'OlsOn of this City and Simon Olson Sew Years resolutions yet? Next. of the town of Nasewaupee w'Bre 'Wednesday is the first day of 1919. ShMteat Day—Saturday, the 21st, \"'’le shortest day in the year and, united in marriage Monday by Rev. Helmich of the Moravian -church. The couple will make their home on the W to U,« shark, h„ lhe ° ' Kthjer on that day forecasted an ex­ tremely mild winter : Nasewaupee. Catholic Knights Elect—Branch 69 ■wiiLi. ~ /Cfo_„1 Catholic Knights of Wisconsin have * u& Uatl?a-™ » efected the following officers for the i fave installation at their ’hail arsday events#,--.January 2. will be served in the hall to all Eaatenrjttar members at 6:30 • -^dock. Odd Fellows Meettrifc—All mem- Ink of Peninsula Lodge No. 320 are mquedted to m...

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

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WI8., DECEMBER 27, 1018. j PERSONAL MENTION- i : HSW87 NOTES OONOEBN1NO PEOPLE YOU KNOW ! I I M t M I H m W R I H U I M I H M l M t M M M I I i n i D r .F . C. Payne and wife spent Christmas with relatives a t Algoma. John Carboy went to Oconto Tues­ day to spend the holidays with rela-. tires. Q. C: Wilson and son Orvis of Eph­ raim were in the city on bnsihess. Tuesday. Miss Florence fiarrand arrived from Rockford, 111-, Saturday, to spend Christinas w ith relatives: Mrs. J^cteajK sarh and spa W alter are spending the holidays w ith rela­ tives a t Kewaunee. Miss Helen Simon, who is attend­ ing school at Janesvill^E as returned home for the holidays.,.' ^ Fred. S. Hanson,, stkte dalry in- spectorr-arrived hom eU m in ^ er p att of the Week tb spend Cfirlstifias.’ ■' Henry. Devine,. who,is employed at Indiana H arbor, Ind., arrived here Tuesday to visit during the holidays. Everett Valentine passed through the city tne first of the week to ...

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

ff*N»SIx DOOB OOUXTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIS., DECEMBERIW, 1018. For mors thu 50 year* Pito'a I k u been Iht favorits •very* I wbsrs. Yon eta depend op* I oa It to live prompt relief. [But* throat tickle, aoothee Inflamed throate and re* t Uevea hoanenei*. | Yonr dra^itt bu Pito'a ■—■ale him lor it. Ctmta/at No Opitlt Soft for \\L HMH BUSINESS DIRECTORY LETTERS FftOM HARLEY CLARK. W I M I I I I I I I H DB. JEREMIAH D0N0V. Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. rAN •G. B. EOELAMD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OBoee in Merchants Exchange Bank Building. Phone 23. 8TURGEON BAY, WIS. DR. T. 0. PROCTOR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offices over Door County State Bank, STURGEON .BAY, WI8. N. N. STRAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DB. R. A. WOERFEL DENTIST Across street from Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OBce Second Floor McNeSly Bldg. STURGEON BAY ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Eyes * Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 December 1918

r v POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TUBGBON BAY. WIS„ f OONSUI/FATION FREE TO THE SICK B R . HOAG, th e C h lc a g o Specialist, tre a ts , a ll N ervous an d C hronic D is­ eases of H en, W om en an d C hildren, an d offers to a ll th a t w ill call on th a t day, d a te and du rin g th e h o a rs given below , consultation an d advice FIUBF O F CHARGE. D r. C . A . H o ag Chicago. DL,. will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Friday, J a n . 3rd, office hours 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. 2DTH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE in the treatm ent of chronic diseases has m erited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag « f Chicago maintains. An honest opinion and diagnosis always given. 9 iH e has to his credit many wonderful euree in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Sidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, K lee and other rectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and ramgs and paves the way for consump. ram : also throat and ear diseases, BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimple...

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

Page Bight :X i/l|* xt [o , - : * * ■ : • • iPi j POOR XUNTÂ¥ ADVOCATE, aTORQEOS BAY* WBL. DECEMBER g7, m » , I.! IF M M M T IB WOBLfl AfTEfi FOUR YEABS OF WAH ■Germany and Her Allies Are Crushed and Forced to Accept Such Terms as Winners Dictate—United States Supplies Power That Turns Tide—President Wilson Joins Other Demo­ cratic Rulers of World in Great Peace Congress at Versailles—Old Nations Crumble and New Ones Are Formed—Russia Torn by Disorders. 1 By DONALD F. BIQQ8. ] More blstory has been made In the fyear 1918 than in any year that ha* Spassed Bipce time began. This mo- frnentous twelve months’ period pomes ito a close with the world at petfce at: [ter more than four years of the most Sanguinary fighting of this or any ■other age. j During the year great nations have ■crumbled, new nations have sprang Itato being, thrones have tottered and Itailen. monnrchs who once ruled fcjm: dreds of millions of people with nn lion hand have fled for their lives or have falle...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 January 1919

VOLUME 57 ' . i t ' STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE----- CONSOLIDATED-— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT X V T A NUMBER 41 . LARGEST CIRCULATION IN NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGKON BAY, W18.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3 .I»19. t h e ADVOCATE is t h e OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PA TO GET ON D l l l P many counties sales of live stock have been made in quantity only be­ cause the cattle had pure bred sires. The Sheboygan County Agent reports th at during the past year his office alone has helped to .Bell over $40,000 Door County To Become One o! of cattle and the figures for Sheb'oy- the Banner Livestock Qoun-, ties in the State. BIG* THING FOR COUNTY Qo-operation Necessary to Bring Door -i County Prom a Dow Percentage o f P n re Bred Sires up to the Beading Counties ,of the /. State—F uture Books Promising. gan show th at 85 per cent-of herds are using registered bulls. the IS ACCIDENTALLY S H O T Sevastopol Resident is H it in l e g by Accidental Discharge of Shot­ gun—W ill Recover. ', Henry W ester of In stitu t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 January 1919

PO O R COUNTY AI'VOCATB, STURGEON BAY. W IB., JANUARY 3, 1010. Sawyer News. lB ss M innie W arren left Monday d h r Chicago. £*aol M agle and wife arrived here OCrom Lena, W ls., Monday. C h an . Schuyler, V. S., m ade a p r o - T tesicnol visit to R io Creek Tweed ay. D r. M. O. B ently m ade a business h i p * jo M adison th e fore p a rt -of the ’•w sk . : M iss Alm a HaineB w ent to Manl- hnwroc Tuesday to visit her brother, 5SL A - , a n d ‘fam ily. ICtes E m m a Soukup, who has been, tfcuae to r C hristm as vacation, relu m - Ud to M ilwaukee Saturday. S . H . E liason and wife Went to 3Breen Bhy yesterday, where Mr. Bil- w son w as to consult a physician. A. J . B aker, local m anager fo r the 'Wmn C am p Packing Co., m ade a bus- te e s a trip to Green Bay Monday. H en ry Karnoff, who has been to m e w n a furlough, has returned to th e W nldiers’ cam p near Seattle, W ash. M rs. Ole H alverson of Clay Banks 3 s suffering from blood poison on h er & and caused from a sl...

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