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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 January 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WI9., JANUARY 31, 1010. .Pagqf'iv*. ««4H i PERSONAL MENTION | _________ ._______________________ - *■ - J * ■ NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW 1 I w w w i i n 1 1 IM H II I W I W 9 * » W W W » »W * * » » i w 7 Mrs Winifred JohnRor la visiting friends and relatives in Baileys Har­ bor. Mys. Ed. Burr Sundayed with her husband who is employed in Green Bay. Miss Helen Webb spent several days of this week in Gre^n Bay on business. Peter Knudson of Newport w&s in the city several‘days during the pres­ ent week on business. Mrs. Jas, Lang»mak is visiting at Plum Island with her sister-in-law, Mts. Edw. Shambeau. . Miss Marne Colignon wks.spinewhat under the weather the flrsfc o f the week but has now recovered Mrs. A. Teweles and Mrs.1 jb Bran- deis are visiting in Milwaukee and' Chicago during the present week. John Tlpler returned within the week from Green Bay where he had attended the marriage of a nephew. . Mr. and Mrs. S. R....

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 — 31 January 1919

Pact* fltt POOR COUNTY AT) VOCATB. STPBOEON , BAY. WIS„ JANUARY 81, 1910. ft Shoulders All Baking Cares When CALUMET comes In, all baking troubles take quick leave. You go right ahead and mix up bak­ ing materials, for biscuits— cakes— anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. CALUMET BAKING POW DER is the most popular because ittfocscive most perfect results. It,h as the big­ gest demand because it is the most de­ pendable. The fact that it is the big­ gest seller proves that it is the best. Atrial will convince you that there is none\"justasRood.\" Buy acan—if you are not satisfied take it back and get your money back. Calumet contains only such ingre­ dients as nave been approved officially, by the U. S. Food Authorities. Tea save vmbyoabarit. I Yra mts wbes ysa ■» iu H IG H EST QUALITY H IG H EST A W A R D S County News. SEVASTOPOL. Hiss Erna Lauscher is now employ­ ed a t Anton Paul’s. Chas. Simon is laid up with an 'attack of rheumatism.....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 January 1919

T H E S T O R C T H A T S A W E S YOU M O N E Y STURGEON BAY, WIS. annmaiMraraBiaaiaiaraiaaiffliHaiHamraMfflraranraaiHaiMMgiaiM^ DOUBLE PAGE CIRCULAR Call 59 if you didn’t set one THE GREAT PRICE SMASHING UNLOADING SALESTOCK Most compelling Bargain Event in recent years. It’s a ringer-but it won’t ring long. GROCERY DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK Wh\"° Spring and Mattress C ~ |* p r i c e s Q d l C R E D U C E D EVERY STANDARD SIZE YOU BUY THE BEST MADE HERE. $8.75 Saggless Spring (guaranteed' 1Q_ years . . . . $7.95 Diomond.Iiink Sagglees a t ............... $7.85 Link Fabric Springs at ............. $5.00 Enamelled Steel Spring (for wood or iron bed) ........ Our Famous Coil Springs (for wooden beds . . . . . . . . , Fancy Prunes, f t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10c Nine O’Clock Washing Powder, pkg.. 4c 2 fts. HeinzGreengages Plums, can. . 25c 25c can Gillette Baking Pow der. . . . . 19c 6 bars W hite Flyer Soap. .35c Supply Laaia 5-ft. sack Graham Flour 35c 3 cans Japo Cleanser .10c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 January 1919

KlglU .. DOOR COUNTY APVOCACT, STURGEON BAY. WIS», JANUARY 31, 10i0. Cut and Made just as you want it. LID OF F ! Ko.more.TeBtriction3 oh belts, pleats, patch-pockets, cuffs, . pincb-backs, Saps on pook- ■ ets, double-breasted coats, ■etc. We will make your suit just as you want it as the lid. has been taken off by the war board. J u s t received th e Spring woolens. They are -higher than the present fall an&winter line. A D V I C E —^et ln and select the goods , jron might want out of the fall lines and we will make it in 30, 60 or 90 days.. \"We stall have a good assortment to select from and it’s money in . y o u r pocket. ALL WOOL SUITS to your measurements $25 upward. gmsak * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Sawyer livery Stable: V JTJLE MALUEN, Prop. €000 RIGS GOOD HORSES Prices Reasonable. Phone 24 7-M (43t4) Hgg Harbor School Notoe. Mias Cocolla Anderson, rural school supervisor, visited the village school oh Wednesday. . She graded the pu­ pils in spelling according to t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

VOLUME 5 7 8TOKGE0N BAY ADVOCATE——CONSOLIDATED--DOORCOUNTYDEMOCRAT J tA R O E S T CIRCULA TION I5f N O R TH EA STER N W ISCONSIN Historical Booms. DlAlHSOK WIS NUMBER i 4 6 STURGKOiX BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1019. Prominent Citizen Passes Away At Residence Early Tues­ day Morning. WAS CALLED SUDDENLY Had Been Taking R$st Cure For SIX .Weeks—Was Prominent in Local Affairs Since Coming Here in 1888—President Reynolds Preserving Co. Edward Reynolds, prominent citi­ zen of Sturgeon Bay, died at his *ome on Lawrence Ave. at 3:30 -Velook Wednesday morning- of dila­ tion of the stomach, his death being very sudden and unexpected., About six weeks ago,Mr. Reynolds 'was ordered to take a rest cure for heart trouble, and upon the advice of kis attending physician had been in *ed the greater, part of that time, and his health had • greatly improved. The day previous to his death he had a telephone installed in his room and had transacted business and dictated letters and was regaining ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

V m POOR OOPSTY ADVOOATB. BTURORON BAY. W IB. FEBRUARY 7, 1010. Sawyer News SAWYER NEWS NOTES Al. Samnelson and son Stanley left TCuostlay Iot Green Bay. R n . John Kosli, who has been here a visit, returned to Green Bay *J6feea0ay. Tire ladles aid of the German O jffheran church met at the church Sonraonage Wednesday afternoon. Mfefe W elsner has been in attend­ a n c e a t the Hardware Dealers' oon- w n H o n In Milwaukee this week, aUBrewlse Al. Wulf. EM. H unt and Wm. Hembel took 3 a th e auto show at Milwaukee last and transacted other business connection with their respective ®rs. W illard Genung, fho was , e n lte d here by the death of the late IKra. Alonzo Dickinson,, remained a 9 bw (days to visit relatives- but left Ttonflay for Superior, Wis. Ttie la w y e r boys who own ice Stoats have been thoroughly enjoying NBemaelves north of the bridge ■wthere- there is a large field of per- aw fly smooth ice all along the west ssduore. H iss Helen Nelson who has been tlhnae on...

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

u \" and “Booze\" Are Ousted il t 7 t f T f 7 T T T T Thcuk God the terrible war Is over, and the booze evil will also soon be at an end.' The army of noble boys who gave up their lives to make this world a safer and better place to live in, are Im­ mortalized 6s heroes. A certain writer so beauti­ fully expresses it: ‘ “There is something unspeakably splendid in this devotion and self-sacrifice and the world must see . to it that these men have not suffered and died in vain.” The Government will stand by their homes with a generous pension, that will in no B m a ll measure help to alevlate the flhancial loss, to homes and loved ones for many a soldier boy was the support of a widowed mother and dependent brothers and sisters. • * * , • - The big army slain every year by bobze, left no record of honor, nor pension for loved ones, but passed away, \"unwept, unhonored, and unsung.\" It left their, destitute families to be cared for by the state and communities, in poor houses, asylu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

uuuh wpiitii th i w /u n w m m « 0 96 NAVY More, than four thousand Delco-Light plants were delivered for^war Work. They were used to supply electriclighl in camps, storehouses, hospitals, Y. M. C. A. huts, airplane hangars, sub-chasers, and other branches of the service'. In Red Cross hospitals at the front, Delco-Light operated life-saving X-ray apparatus. Delco-Light was specified by the Government because it is dependable, efficient, simple to op­ erate, requires little attention, and because it is AIR-COOLED. Delco-Light will work for you, supplying elec-. trie light and power for your farm, store or home in the-'samc dependable, trustworthy way that it has for the United States Government—■ twenty-l‘our-hours-a-day electric service with a minimum of attention. Over 60,000 satisfied users all over the country know from experience that Delco-Light eases the ways of peace, just as much as it has so re­ cently been lightening the burdens of war. . By simply pressing a conveni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

POOR COUNTT ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAT. W IS, FEBRUARY 7, 1010. Ba a Joy-Walker, “Beh-H” for Corns tllrop^SBeooiida-CoxnlBDoomedt 'When »ot» alm ost die w ith ro u t ■bo m o o an a corns m ake yon alm ost w alk sid ew ays to - g e t aw ay , from th e pain, take a vacation lo r a min- a te or tw o and apply 2 or 3 drops . *Wy Caras Peel Clem Off, Wab’G.ti-U” ’! o f th e w orld's m agic and only gen* n in e corn-peeler, \"Gets-It.” Then, and then only, w ill you be sure that you r corn w ill loosen from your toe so th at you can peel it right off gloriou sly ea sy w ith your Angers. T ake no chances o f continued pain and soreness—w h y use greasy, irri­ ta tin g salves, plasters th at sh ift and press in to the “quick,” razors and “diggers\" that m ake corns bleed and also grow faster? U se painless, easy, alwayB sure “G e t s - I t T h e r e ’s on ly one lik e it in th e world—that’s “G ets-It.\" M illions have tried and O. K.'d it for years. It never falls. “Gets-It,” the guarante...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

She d o o r c o u r t s a d v o v a t k , h t u iw b o n H a t, W uk, f e b r u a r y 7, io io . LOCALS tucr» W . C. T. U. Mooting—'The W. C. T. D. will m eet at Mrs. Henry Blrm- ‘ Ingham's Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. D. X. Bingham leader. ■ Dorcas Meeting—The Dorcas So­ ciety ■will m eet with Mrs. Will Hig­ gins next Tuesday evening. Every one requested to bring their dues. Postpone Meeting—The Woman’s (Hub meeting which was to have been held today has been postponed until f tid a y next on account of the death o fB d . Reynolds. Chimney Fire— The Are depart­ m ent was called out Tuesday evening by a .chimney fire at the Julius Noll residence in the third ward. The blaze was speedily extinguished. Special Police—John Van Dreese has been given authority of special police by the police commission, for th e purpose of .keeping better order ainong the young element at the de­ pot when the train arrives and de- parts. B utter Drops— W ithin the weeV the cost of butter has gone down...

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

DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TUBOEON BAY, W » FEBRUARY 7, 1019. Pager 8«fM M I I I I I M I H I I I i h r £ I R S € | NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW I Dr. H. F. Eames of Egg Harbor 'vrjtB in the city on professional busi- naas Monday. John Perry spent the greater part of the present week in Milwaukee on business and pleasure. Mrs. Ernest Long,- who has been on the sick list for some time past, is now up and about again. D. 8. Long left Saturday for Mil­ waukee to spend some time in the in­ terests of the Marine Advocate. County Agent M. B. Goff and Dr. T. A. Egan returned the latter part of last week from Washington Island. Senator H. L. Peterson, returned to Madison Tuesday, having looked aft­ er business m atters htitb fbr several days. Mr. and Mrs.' John F. Nelson, who had been visiting a t Davenport, Iowa, and Edgerton, Wis., returned home last week. . The F. J. Stroh home was placed under quarantine again the first of the week, Mrs. Stroh having suffered a relapse. .- Th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT. WIB.. FEBRUARY 7, 1019. MEN’S WEEK IN OUR GREAT STOCK UNLOADING SALE LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1914 SUITS & O’COATS Men’s $15 and $1&50 Suits and O’Coats ... Men’s $18 and $21.50 Suits and O’Coats .... Men’s $2&50 and Suits and O’Coats Men’s $80 Suits and O’Coats ’9.75 *13.75 *18.75 . *21.75 PANTS Men’s Heavy Pants, worth to $4.00, pair at *2.98 Men’s DreBe Pants & Heavy Pants, values ,0 $4.50— *3.35 SHOES Small Sizes for Young Men 1 Lot of Salts and Overcoats—sizes from 30 to 34—mostly dark materials of good quality *8.75 1 Lot of Salts and Overcoats—all small sizes,.long pants suits.with.extra fine materials, not of up-to-date, design— *3.98 '5.90 Men’s Work or Dress Pants that sold up to $5.00 now ... Men’s All- Wool Kersey Pants — also Wool Dress Pants and Moleskin, rub­ berized lining, finest made, $4 O P worth $6.00 to $7.00, now... ***Ou 1 Lot of Young Men’s Pants—small sizes of a great variety of ?1 AA materials—(small sizes onl...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

L«tter from John Wasserbach of Bai­ leys Harbor, Company F Han Who Received Decoration. Within the week Albert Kalmbach. received .the1 following letter from j Corporal John Wasserbach, a comp­ any F man who waa awarded the Crstx de Guerre, after being wound­ ed severely. Corporal Wasserbach went out into No Man’s Land to res­ cue a comrade who was lying there i and brought his “buddy” in a ll! “jhke.” Then he noticed that there was a German machine gun nest which had been bothering him some­ what and he with a few men of. his squad proceeded to clean them up. Per this exhibition of bravery Corp­ oral Wasserbach ■was awarded the coveted decoration by the French government.^ Like all -true heroes he h a s. -not much to say regarding his brave deed in the'1 letter received by Mr. r-tijn- bach, which followff: V November 28,1918. Friend Albert, ‘ I must drop you a few lines to let yott'know that I am still\" alive and feeling fine. Well. Albert, I went through the whole show a...

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

‘N « ' I r t n i l I took Lydia E. Pink- Jsun’s Vegetable Compound and Was Cured. Baltimore, Md.—\"Nearly four years ® suffered from organic troubles, ner­ vousness and head­ aches and e v e r y month would have to stay in bed most of the time. Treat­ ments would relieve roe for a time but my doctor was al­ ways urging me to -have an operation. My sister asked me ^to try Lydia E. Pink- h a m ’8 Vegetable y Compound b e f o r e f f consenting t o a n y ) /operation. I to o k Jy / five bottles of itand / it has completely A cured me and my xwork Is a pleasure. I tell all my friends 'Wl»%ave any trouble of this kind what EL Pinkharr.'s Vegetable Com- apaond has done for me. —N e l l ie B. LfenrriNGHAM, 609 CalvertonRd., Balti- csnore. Md. 31 is only natural for any woman to «a3cead the thought of an operation. So *emny women have been restored to 36rnvlth by this famous remedy, Lydia E. ifEnkham’a Vegetable Compound, after .SB Xiparation has been advised that It •Â«31 pay any w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

p o o r 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 , w dl, F e b r u a r y t, m i ®. P age E leeem ^PERUNAirr: Breaks np a Cold. Good for Bronchial Inflammations. Those who object to liquid medi­ cine* oan secure Peruna Tablets Mr. Robert MeDougall, R. R. No. 6, Liberty, Indum^ writes: “I wish to state th a t I always keep Peruna in the house. I think I t- is - a good medicine to have ’ on hand. If -I commence taking a cold, I take Peruna and it breaks it up for me. ‘ It is also good for the Bronchial Tubes.” . Peruna has served the Amer- loan people for more than forty years. Those who know its value always have It at hand. Why not you? ' * * * i ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « 111 m w w i t w i Wonder Washers i nV+.'i+l-U Do your o\\vn washing. Youlchow it’s done right. ^ S A V E Y O U R C L O T W E S No washing powders to ruin the fabrics. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. ji Halstead-Maples Hardware Co. WILL NEED PROTECTION h w w w h w w m m m J.G .O L L IN Q E ft THE INSURANCE NAN...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 February 1919

POOH OOmTE AD COCATB. btc b o r o n BAY. w m .. FEBtU'ARY 7 , 1910. W hen Frederick, the Great Wa* ’ “Broke\" Storr . S trin g en cy In F in a n c e s ' B ro u g h t P r o s r « « In In vcfll- Hwttt B anklntr) Orlftln o f F ir st M ortgage Honda . By S. W. STRAUS {PrtHBkttnt Hew Yorkand Chlago B a te ) tC opyrlght, 1311. W estern Newspaper Union.) In all the years that intervened 6lnce 'the mortgage was first used in ancfcnt ^Babylon, practically but one change ibas beeui made in mortgage financing. iSJhat change was made by a Prussian! Frederick the Great, whp founded Prussian militarism, gave the first teortgage bond its sta rt While the World holds much against this man far Wowing the seeds of the present world •conflict, we must give him credit for Ills astuteness in recognizing „thead- j’vaetagos of first mortgage bonds. Here 13 how it happened: In I7C0, Frederick, after his seven war with Hungary, France, Rus­ sia ond Saxony, found himself and his ‘Country in financial emba...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

VOLUME STtmaEOK BA? ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DOOR COUUTt DS1SOOBAT NUMBER V 47 LARGEST OlBCUIiATIOK IKNORTHEASTERHWI8CON81I* STURGKON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14,1910. . ,'TWE A D V O CA TE IS T H E O P t l C U L C IT Y A N D COUNTY P A P S B Henry Felhofer Makes Great . Sacrifice In October Drive. HEATH JUST R E P O R T E D .Fattier at ,a Loss to Understand Why Odsnalty Was Not Reported i, Sooner—Was Company F Man and Had Not Been Heard . From For Several Months, A. I. THORP DIES AT HOMifc IN JfflB CIIY MONDAY MORNING. Was Public Servant For Many Terms, Holding Various Offices—Had -■ Been III Some Time. Adalbert Delos Thorp died in this, city at eight o’clock Monday morn- tho-causeof death being hardening of th e .arteries. ' The death of Mr, Thorp bad been expected as-he \"lift'd been confined to his home andbed for the greater part of the past year, be­ ing tenderly ’cared for by his daugh­ ter Edna. . EXTERMINATING OEER s f e a k s b e f o r e a .s .o f e . i n j u r e d h ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

CONSULTATION FREE TO THE SICK &R. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervouaand Chronic Dta- «9uea of Men, Women and Children, fend offers to all that will call on that 4ay, date and during the hours given ttolow, consultation hud advice FREF W O H d R O E *. C. A. Hoag Chicago. I1L, will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, Feb. 27, office hours 10 A M. to 8 P. M. 7 0 T H YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE Sn the treatm ent of chronic diseases has anerited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag Of Chicagomaintains. An honest opinion mad diagnosis always given. 9 VHe has to his credit many wonderful scares in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Sidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, (Piles and other rectal diseases—Catarrh \"which poisons the breath, Stomach and 3kmgs and paves the way for consump­ tion also throat and ear diseases, 3SLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples^ Scrofula, TUmors, Goiters, Appendicitis TTetier, Eczema, Fits, and all constitu-' i...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

£***??'A'?. Board of Supervisors Continued from issue Jan. 17, 1919 e l e v e n t h d a y N o v e m b e r 23,. 1913. A t 10 o’c lo c k A. M. C h a ir c a lle d th e B o a rd to o rd e r. B o ll j a i l e d b y C le rk . A ll p r e s e n t e x c e p t H . Y. G re e n . , . - . M in u te s o f p re v io u s m e e tin g r e a d a n d ap p ro v e d . ! R e s o lu tio n o f C h a irm a n o f T o w n o f O la y B a n k s r e la tin g to a p p ro p r ia tio n o f m a in te n a n c e fu n d , r e a d lin d r e f e r re d to H ig h w a y C o m m itte e . R e p o r t o f C o m m itte e o n S a la r y o f H ig h w a y C o m m issio n e r r e a d a n d a d o p te d . R e p o rt o f C o m m itte e o n S h e riff's a n d Ju stic e* b ills r e a d a n d a d o p te d . P e titio n o f C h a irm a n o f G ib r a lta r fo r a n a p p ro p r ia tio n o f .F if ty D o lla rs ($50.- • 0) fo r d r a in a g e in s a id T o w n r e a d a n d r e f e r re d to. H ig h w a y C o m m itte e . J P e titio n o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

ooob O M rarr Boor Muni) Advocate ■*tere3 ai the Poatofftce at Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as Becond-claBs matter.. pnBLiHHKD nr 8or County Publishing Company Address all communications to Door County Advocate Subscription Price. $2.00 per Year. b urdertag addK m chnnjrrd. llir old as w fll u the nnv mlilrpMM xhnnltt hr * l« n STURGEON BAY, WIS., FEB. 14. Aerial passenger service will be in­ augurated between Milwaukee and Chicago early next summer. But the rouncbtrip ticket is going to be twen­ ty-five dollars, so we will for the time being take the train agd Bpend two or more hours on the road, instead of forty minutes, which the promoters say, will be consumed in making the trip. FROM SERGT MAJ. JOHN C. ACKER IN FRANCE Villeroy, Prance, Jan. 1919. : but'pretty soon monsieur and I heard Back once more with the cows and *ier Soing out, and she was on her —...- ■ • *• ■ ■ f....-.___ * . __ ■ n -'W rn M im i The committee to whom was refer­ red the question of increased pay for...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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