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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 January 1919

POOR OUPNTV ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W1B.. JANUARY 8, 1910. F ace Door County Advocate Entered ol the Postoffice a t Sturgeon . Bay, Wle., a*.second-class m atter. • rO B L is H S D B T Baer Goaty Pubfishing Company fBOORPO RATED Address all communications to Door County Advocate. would reduce the revenue for 1920 as compared with 1919 by approxi­ mately. $1,400,(^00,000 and th a t there would be a net reduction from other miscellaneous sources of about $500,- 000,000 attributable chiefly to shrink­ age in the yield of beverage taxes. W ith respect to taxes other than in­ come and profits taxes the committee recommends no change in rates for the fiscal year 1920.\" Subscription Price, $2.00 per Tear. l u o r d erin g addreaa ch a n g ed , th e o ld a s a t U a s th e n e w a d d ress ahonld b e g iv e n STURGEON BAY, WIS.. JAN. 3. legislatu re Faces Big Problems. There is every reason to believe that Senator Roy P W ilcox'will be the senate leader this session of the legislature w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 January 1919

f f k |t Pour POORCOUNTY itpVQCATB, CTPRQBOH B « t . W1H- JANUARY -8, 1«10. M H m n i M W f j i: NEWSY '•! NeiwB of Interest (fathered by The Advocate’s Reporters ! I Return Library Books— Those hav- i Bhbrt time. Though not as much iOK books drawn before the library w as closed w ill please return them a t once. Union Church Services— Tiie union m eetings for the week of prayer will, begin'-at the Moravian church on Snnday, evening a t,7:30, Jan. 5. F irst Zero Weather—The first zero w eather to visit this county this win­ te r .was last night when mercury reg­ istered 12 below at nine o ’clock. Rebekahs to Meet— All members o t Island City Rebekah Lodge No. 21 sire requested to m eet next Tuesday eigh t,1 Jan. 7, for election of officers. Announce Engagement— Mr. .anijl Mrs. Ged. F Wright announce the ehr gagem ent of their youngest daughter. Madonna E., to Mr. Fank A.. Borchj. •r t, 611 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, W I b . One ldcense-—During the \"tfast week County Clerk Herlac...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 January 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON J l l Y , W18., JANUARY S, 1910. Pace H i e NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW \\ John Feuerstein left Friday for a few daya -visit at Algoma. Mrs. Jennie Chapm an. visited her form er home here Christmas. ' M att Peffer of Jacksonport was in the city on business Saturday. Mark T hnm aaof Green Bay is vis­ iting with friends in this city. ! Miss M argaret Reynolds of Shawa­ no is visiting with friends in this city. \"A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Sekey on, Tues­ day. * ^MJss M ae.. Deboa is visiting in Green Bay with her glister, Mrs. A. E. Cofrin.. \" - ..................... -asaEs'- Mrs. It. E. Stedman a re visiting with relativep/iatU iildrbn WJfc. m i Monroe^Teyveles left the first of the week to spend a week visiting in Mil- waiikee. - ■■■■!*•â– â–  Miss Dora Ferris returned to Mil­ waukee Monday after spending X’- raas here: ■ John Carboy returned Saturday af­ ter spending Chlstmas in Oconto with relativ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 January 1919

DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATR, STURGEON HAY, WIB., JANUARY 8, 1010. tio k lin l ommcndt and aelu P iio ’*—aik yoon lor it. CntBimi IV# OjtUt* Soft forYtu*i9 Old. County News. BUSINESS DIRECTORY PR. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. G. R. EGELAND PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Gffices in Merchants Exchange Bank Building. Phone 23. STURGEON BAY, WIS. DR. T. 0. PROCTOR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offices oyer Door County State Bank. STURGEON BAY, WIS. N. N. STRAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A. WOERFEL - DENTIST Across street from Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Rres Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. HARRY W. BLAKEFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 154-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office in Door County State Bank Building. STURGEON BAY. WIS. E. C. HUMKE, M. D. C. VETERINARY SURGEON, PHYSI...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 January 1919

POOR COPNTT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WTO- JANUARY 3, lp ift. F**» Dirt Just Rolls Out OUT GOES the dirt. Those great, big, bub­ bling, cleansing GRANDMA SUDS just surge through the clothes and not a bit of dirt can stay, just sprinkle GRANDMA in the tub and then, like white magic, millions of glorious suds in an instant. It makes no dif­ ference if the water is hard, soft, hot or cold, the result is always the same. GRANDMA is the greatest *‘all ’round’* _ _ household soap of the age—it’s Vfash the Woolen Socks fi^w rfered Nochipptng oriiic- YoaKnitwith Grandma No whole bar wastingaway. GRANDMA’S Powdered Soap Your Grocer Has It! Hank pinned the bee on Ed i forfait Ed never could see any chew but at big hunk of ©versweet tobacco. “You take this plug of Real Gravely,”saysHank.‘Take a small chew—two or three squares. See how long it holds its pure, rich taste. If you don’t admit that Gravely gives you tobacco satisfaction without extra cost, I'll buy your plug for a month.” Hanged ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 January 1919

Page B ight DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIR.. JANUARY 8, tOW 1 FB0M SERGT-MAJ.10HN C. ACKER IN FRANCE Bois des Placy, Bairi-te-Duc, ’ F’rance. N ovem ber 2G, IBIS. Y esterday, Sunday, I had th e sur- s6 fa r tn such a sh o rt tim e they can’t quite \"g et it,” I t is he 'who has the superm an reputation now. I acquired a load of .souvenirs— p rise of m y life. I spent the entire l Bon,e I bought, others w ere thruBt tia y over in Germ any, in Lorraine, I uP°n m e- A Prussian G uard,gave me a n d in Metz I found a city th a t fairly ■11,8 »P and a few o th er things. He to o k m y b reath awav. Iliad \"discharged” him self from the My im pression was th a t Germ any by th e sim ple process of chang- w as-d e stitu te and h e r people Starv- j lnff. to civilian clothes and w anted to ing: instead, I found in Metz c o u d lt-' me his discarded outfit,' I pick- Ions apparently m ore prosperous th a n c* UP a spiked helm et, a “ G ott Mit In any place I have been'In Prance, i...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 January 1919

VOLUME . . . . STUfcCteON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED. NUMBER -DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT U BCB8T CIBCB1ATIOS__ IN NORTHE ASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, W I8„ FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919. ?iiuiaai» F ' ...T H E ADVOCATE IS THE OFFICIAL e v r t AND COUNTY F A n h Private Gustav Kinderm&n, Co. F Volunteer, Back From Battle Fields of France. H A S L O S T H I S V O I C E W as Engaged in Fighting a t Chateau ./ Thierry When W ounded in Throat ' W hich Resulted in Loss o t His Voice—Saw Door County - Comrades F all on Field of Battle a t Cantigny. Private Gustav Kinder man return­ ed to his home in Door county Mon- •day, being one of the old Company F volunteers who left here with the oompany in August 1917, and saw service in many of the biggest bat­ tles fought during the war. Private Klnderman is only able to tell of his experiences in a whisper, a deep wound in the throat at. the battle of Chateau Thierry on July 2, making it impossible for him to speak above a whisper, apd he will never...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 January 1919

J • POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. W18-. JANUARY 10, 1019, Sawyer News.Ipeveral MES1DENCF BURNS DOWN months has resigned and is now employed a t Jos. Debraux’s gar* age. I Rimer Toratenson has returned home from one of the southern atm y camps. ° ■ I Hembel Bros, have received their \"Mas C arl .‘Sprcchcr Homo Destroyed first Happy Farm er tractor for spring 2tyFfro Wednesday Evening. deliTOry. Carl Sprecher residence, locat-1 y r Mrs. Eli Ellason were call- ma f a il blocks north of Maple avenue, offl at Qreen g ay the latter part of ^ ■ n totally destroyed by fire between laat wee|c S t U a n d 10 o’clock Wednesday eve-1 . . . When discovered the g a r r e tA d o lp h Christianson who has been « r * h e kitchen was in flames, the ln. the^ \\ S m“ avy at New York has • r * .Having started from the kitchen •return . 0 \\ The Sawyer department.) Soren Termansen returned Satur- UBBtPKsnded promptly and endeavored day ifrom Oshkosh whore he was vls- % t ta id the fire in che...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 January 1919

POOH CXKTNTV All VOCATK, BAY. w a , JANUARY 10,1019. Address all communications to, Door County Advocate. _ Subscription Price, 92*00 per Year. ta w icilas addrraa changed, tte o ll aa well aa the new address should be tire s STURGEON BAY, WIS., JAN. 10. A new minimum wage scale of $6 a day, a flat increase of $1 a day for approximately 28,000 employes thru- out the country, has been announced by the Ford Motor company. . | 2 »- 000,000,000 for the shipbuilding pro- 91,000,000.000 for other civil government needs and $4,160,000,- 000 as loans to allies. of liqui- ago, the day is mounting on dation of Demands on the government in Jan­ uary may be even more than for De­ cember. ’ Much New Legislation The Wisconsin Legislature met on Jan. 8 for its 1919 session. Among the many subjects of pro­ posed legislation to be brought up are: Sbldier land settlements, pro­ moting the teaching of Americaniza­ tion in all schools of the state fu­ ture of the Wisconsin National Guard drainag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 January 1919

DOOR OODSTO AD' « « ^ k « A f, m Vetts of Interest Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporters I I I I I H I M If ***** Scarlet F ev er— T he John ' P erry i.m ainon th e Job b u t the rem ainder of ho m e 1b u n d er q uarantine, W alter .the 30 y e ar old son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry b a v in s scarlet fever. ^ Special Serm on— Rev. E. J. Sym­ o n s ’w ill preach a special serm on next S onday evening “a t 7:30: “Roosevelt th e G reat A m erican.\" The public in­ v ited. Now Licenses-—Local autom obile ow ners have received their new 11- cense plates and discarded th e- old! oneq. T he 1919 plates are green.' w ltt th e num erals in yellow. -F lags a t Half-M ast—The flagB \"On th e icity and county buildings w ere a t h alf-ihast th e first of the week on ac­ c o u n t of the death of form er P resi­ d en t Theodore Roosevelt who .died on S unday night. ! P aying Taxes— City T reasurer A. S . Langem ak has been busy every day. w ithin th e p ast week taking In taxteB. H e states th ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 January 1919

dook o o px ty advocatk, grpB C B oy gA y, w is^ jA N U A ityjo, 1019. W H t« l M i l » i t t « H W W I H I IJ U M I !tW!!.» l l 11 II I I m 4»‘ HEW8Y CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW tn i w w i » w i* » w » l i w i w » MjBS.Chriselne Fax is in the city thla Tvefek visiting relatives. Arthur Freeman called on our mer­ chants the fore part of the week. ' Dfcn, Danea returned Wednesday morning after spending a few dayB in Green Bay. Miss Lucy Puehler returned Satur­ day jto-Sinsinawa where she will re­ sume her studies. Frank Moeller of Moellere Garage returned Wednesday evening from a business trip otftaide. Mrs. Mae Hirth returned to her lio'mfe in Fort Atkinson Saturday after a few weeks visit withMra:C. C Dans. .. MJss Norah Keogh returjD^d to Chi1- cago- the latter part of la&-week, a ft­ er a visit with relatives mre- and at Kewaunee. Game Warden'Louis Jeske within the .week returned from his home in lftauv Claire after spending the holi­ days: there. Mrs. Jos. Schau...

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 — 10 January 1919

2 E n z DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. SXimCEON -BAR WIB„ JANUARY 10, 1919. B v * r r nem to thef«aiBrCroa] M to to Irmndp* benefits by Pho’el —«h* 54 yew CvroriM for eoutful « d toldi. Takes before ntlrinf. It Meafce’feet tubrokea by irnt*t»| !■( eoDibin| M m th o m n c n i W * * | tUkl*. Sold br*U 4mul*u. „ iNtOfUtr- M A rrm i* r»» IMM colds BUSINESS DIRECTORY DE. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. G. E. EGELAND PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offices in Merchants Exchange Bank Building. Phone 23. STURGEON BAY, WIS. DR. T. C. PROCTOR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offices over Door County State Bank, STURGEON BAY, WIS. N. N. STRAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A. WOERFEL DENTIST Across street from Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. DR. j. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY ADOLPH C. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Byes Tested, Glasses Properly Pitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. HARRY W. BLA&EFD^...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 January 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTUBOBON BAY, WBL, JANUARY 10. 19W. h n i M IT’S NOT YOUR HEART IT’S YOUR KIDNEYS dlately. The soothing. healing oil stim­ ulates tha -kidneys, relieves inflamma­ tions and destroys the germs which have caused It. Do not wait until to­ morrow. Go to your druggist today and Insist oh GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-four hours you should feel health and vigor returning and Will bless tha day you first heard of GOLD MEDALHnarlem Oil. After you feel that you have cured yourself, continue to take one or two capsules each day, so as to keep in flrst-dlass condition and ward off the danger of other attacks. Ask. for the original Imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Three sizes. Money re­ funded If they do not help you. Kidney disease Is no respecter of per­ sona a majority of the ills afflicting people today can be traced back to kidney trouble. •The kidneys ere the most Important organs of the. body. They are the ft] ter ere. the purifiers, of your blood. Kidn...

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 — 10 January 1919

POOBOOUNTY ADPOCATB, STURGEON BA Y .W IS., JANUARY 10, 1019. Capt. D. M. COchrano, general su­ perintendent of the Goodrich Transit company for the past nineteen years, has retired from that position. Qapt. Cochrane will remain with the Good- ■ rich company in whose service h e has been for twenty-two years. He will te succeeded by Capt. Franklin who w as assistant to Capt. Cochrane for the past few years and was made general superintendent and assumed b is new duties at once. Capt. Cochrane has followed the lakes as sailor, captain, vessel (owner an d manager for sixty years and is one of the best known men in marfhe circles on the lakes. Capt. Cochrane is well known In th is city, having visited here many tim es on business connected with his company. His home is in Chicago/ Tng No. S. Launched. The third 100 foot tug was launch­ ed at the Smith yard at 2:30 Satur­ day afternoon, the craft slipping into th e w ater broadside, making a very pretty launching. The launhcing was ...

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 — 17 January 1919

. Wounds Cause Death of Private ' Ambrose Knudson/Sunset Division Volunteer. WOUNDED T W O T I M E S . Coea B a c k ln ta L in e A fter Recover* ’ tog From Injuries Received a t v \", Chateau Thierry and Receives 1 - ‘ Death W ounds In October. r if , s Joined D akota National ’ Guards. ^ VifUhin th e bast ■week there has - been ‘ Inscribed on the already long ' • honor roll of Door county men -who have given -there lives to make the world - safe for Democracy another ■ -ahme, th a t of Ambrose Knudson, of this city. A telegram received th e lattei^ part . « f last week apprised Mr. and Mrs. -Hans P. Knudson .of the third ward th a t their son had died of wounds In : an American hospital on October 31. . x It Is a mystery to the Knudsons pa to why the death of theft son had not ■ 5 :V been reported sooner, as almost three : mont hs had elapsed since the-time he w as wounded.: ■ ST ^ v m c iii • Private knudson had been report ed wounded before, on July 18, at Chateau Thierr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 January 1919

^ v. j / . . . . . : ' I , v \\ - i I t - ' - •*• ’ ■\"'•i f|lis Wmmlm gfflj i« W 5\"vy: s' v '• ‘ M SU S was. prices would be lower, and consequently they An extraordinary combination or circum stances will make this the greatest bargain event ever held in Sturgeon Bay. The welcome coming of Peace naturally le to think — whether it was a fact or not —- that Then too, the influenza epidemic of last fall,., plus the general effect of war, retarded business somewhat and most merchants are caught with more fall and winter goods on hand than they woyld like to carry over to an­ other winter, which is long \\yay bff. This is exactly^)UR position and to UNLOAJD is bur one aim — and to do this quickly we have cut the prices and cut them ridiculously. No thought of costs or profits has entered into our plans for this sale. Enough said! We leave it to you! / Not even i|ext winter will you be able to buy them for so little money. We need the room they occupy — so every garment MUST GO! WO...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 January 1919

i * d i i . m i ) ....................... .J P B w .p w m U . ... . .....„ T t o f e l i o w i i t o l s a s ta te m a h to f — m d l tu e t o f o r th a p o o r :b e * i » • » N o v ^ i s t . m i T • * . L 'D U garW ey ■■:-'■ . t . H r\" trv r ,r »v» '-’-■ ' - • / J a n . L C . L. N elson, r a n t f o r E n - . - g e lh e '■—'■. -'• • ' • _____ 7 i- J t n .1 . M rs. g a ra h B k illln g , tw k s . 1 b o a rd o f JBmll Jaum aT h,. ....... J a n . 81. O o ettelm an -W arn er Co. , clo th in g f o r G. D ocrs , __ •. Jfcn. *1. Mr*. K ngelke .i. — . d a n . 3 1 .C .L . N elson, re n tf o r E n - / g e l l r e ......... ■-,■ F eb. 2*. Mr*. B n g elk e 1 ..'. ■. M b . 28. 0 . U N elson, r e n t fo r to r s , K n gelk e _ ______ M b . 28. M rs. S arah S k illin g '■ b o ard of, E m il Jau m ain .—.......: M ar. 15. L. M .' W ashbu rn, o ne , s u it fo r F .D e s tr e e — ■- K t f . 16. T ow n of U nion- fo r th e .b a re an d keep o f A lb ert M il­ ler, K ew au...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 January 1919

* Board of: Supervisors (C o n tin u e d fro m P a g e 3 ) «:ident h a d ju s t boen com pleted and •in « good s ta te of re p a ir . 8 0 f a r m X % ave, Oeen abio to ascertain a n d ta- t t m l n e th e re w as no d e te c ts ' o r tm* ■oerfections In th e h ighw ay C o urts o f th is s ta te have decided Chat . .r ig h t o f actio n can a rise a g a in s t a -M unicipality in th is s ta te fo r aootaents *»Jpeiung oil th e h igh w ay unions euoa. lia b ility t s C reated byeectiO nlilS O W w - ■008111 s ta tu te s , th e re b eing no common -law liab ility . U ceker vb. C lym an M i - JKi8* 88! M axw ell vs^W ellingtO h.. Me W la 607 R aym ond ve a u k CO. i «6 N. 5 ^ 8 0 . ’ U naer a ll conditions the plain - t l t t m u st exercise ordinary, ca re to r h is ■own safety . T h e -a ta n a a rd h as boon : (p re tty definitely asSerted b y p rio r ae- •clslone o f th is c o u rt as to w h a t is th e -ordin ary c a re req uired o f a ' driv er o f ■-■■■ an autom ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 January 1919

■ w o o C T r t * » ’«o*T«. * « ti« » o ii * a t. m g . . , . jiin j4 B T ij. n 1 * . County News. BGO HABb DR. Mn.~ Valentine Bach-teturaed from :- lUchl*aii aftercan eriended Yi8it at the .home of herAaughter. ' .'. v ' MtMes Ellen Peterson mid Mildred\": :y ' BaghalL spent the week end at the '•, letter's home inJacksonport. V ' J. P. Wilson spent several days of f test, week In Jacksonport, with his, father. Harry Wilson, who has been quite ill. \" .*-y V' ■ The young people of the village en­ joyed a sleigh ride to BaileysJHarbor Friday, night,, Where they also took in the dance. ■■ ■ : Mr .and Mrs. E .S . Leveridge re­ turned on Saturday from Sparta and other southern points, where they had spent the.holidays!. • , E. N. Murphy of Green Bay was in the village the fore pajrt of the week transacting business concerning' his property at Horseshoe Bay. J. Rickabee, who has been hired as herdsman to care for the Holstein herd at Horseshoe Bay has begun his work. H...

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 — 17 January 1919

iTvlii-'i\" p o o r c o u n t y A D uoaara pY uB O B O N b a t , w a y \\:i . h-V: ,1.-.' \"'! r ' •. '• •. ••,*'■ ' ' •’ A ii N E W SY S H O R T r:^.^:gri'w«r. r.iFrBffa. ..4 i •â–  ■ ?,. ■ ■■-'■\" & Interest Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporters ♦ t w W * H H 4 W M 'i n 1 11 'I ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦'U M I I I » W * W W » i ’ ' F ood S a le —T he M oravian ladles w ill hold a food sale on Saturday, J i b . 18th, In th e Peschon building. Sale com m ences a t 2 p. m . Come a n d g et y our Sunday dinner. : P t t s t Tow n to R eport— H enry Behm eltzer, tre a su rer of th e tow n of O lay B anks, w as th e first to m ake s ta te tax re tu rn s to County T reasurer S n tf l M iller. The state tax for the to w n of Clay B anks was $1,&02.11, S c o u t Team s— The Boy Scout tro o p s of the city are now practicing f o r a scout basketball tournam ent w hich it is expected will be arranged ' In th e n ear future in o rder to decide w hich troop holds the city cham pion...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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