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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

% A '§ ® r v ’^ - f , * , i t A £ * ^ DOOROOUWTT a d v o ca te, aruR cueolr BAY. w u FEBRUARY 1 4 .1 0 1 9 . T\\ 0 YOlfWANT your friends to avoid you? They U will certainly do so when your breath & bad. ^ Thereisnoexcuse for anyone having a bad breath.' It is caused by disorders of the stomach which can be corrected by taking Chamberlain’s Tablets. Many have been permanently cured of stomach troubles by the use of these tablets after of suffering. Price 25 cents per bottle. Shorty gets a n& jm)? 55 I the Captain I When you get such real lasting tobacco satisfaction from- a small chew,” says th e Captain, “it can’t cost any more to chew this class of tobacco.” Good taste, smaller, chew, longer life is what' makes Genuine Grave* ly cost less to chew than ordinary plug. ■ Writ* to:— G e n u i n e G r a v e l y DANVILLE VA. for booklet on chewing flag. REAL CHEWING PLUG ^ Plug packed in pouch J.G.OLLINGEft TH E INSURANCE MAN REAL ESTATE •“AND LOANS \" i STURGEON BAY.WIS SOL...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

p p : ., : : ,!&&*- - ^ r r LQGAIiS -f: Might Week* l^ffc^tfhOnr 'are «lgfat weeks left until we: BhovO hte :«lock an hour ahead again. , Heavy Raine—There was a Jtieavy down pour ot rain all day yesterday, which compelled the Icemen to cease 'operations for the day. Valentine Party-—Miss Genevieve YWMter entertained a number of syoung lady friends at a valentine party at her home Saturday evening of last week. - Painting Up—Merchant Charles Cretsen is having the interior of his store newly painted and renovated.. are to sell Ford cars: in this territory fop the Drossart garage.—-Kewaunee To Go ma—There has nothing .doing - in bowl- Ies during this past week and Osf Is centered on the Stur­ geon Bay-Algoma game which Is to take place at -Algoma a week\" from tonight. The Stradling quintet took a good drubbing at the hands of the Algoma pln-busters last week but are doubtful whether the bunch from our neighboring city can duplicate the trick. P. O. Inspector Here—Po'stoffi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

o tp b o r o h s a t , Wia. F e b r u a r y *4, tow. V w $ M M W W t M l I I I I I H ) W » U t » M * I H H W H M U IIIM IH M I ! NEWBY N0TE8 CONCERNING PEOPLE 70V KNOW * t f i I I O I H I I I H W H W M H W H H I 11I I I I I M ~ John Feuersteln hue been quite ill iflurlng this week. s. Qeo. HosIett left Monday for Green Say after spending the week end with £ia family. - • Richard Stoevdr' and Oscar Smith of EphralmNyfere in the ctiy oh busl- nefiB yesterday. JohnMasae, Jr. is here from Chi­ cago visiting his parents, Mr. and M rs'John Masse. •' ' . Francis Dreiser is among the sol­ dier boys who have returned home -during the past week. ' ' ~ J ob. Cbarney and Elmer Erlckson of-Blllson Bay were in ithe city Wed­ nesday on business. :K'r. - Richard * McLachlin andfam llyieft Tuesday for Cheboygan, Mich., to visit bis former home.' , Miss Elsie Wood, principalJof^the •Gibraltar high school, was among (Advocate callers Saturday. Mra.'M. B. Lawrence returned to Green Bay Monday aft...

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 — 14 February 1919

p o o r o o p y w r ad v o c m t jm m o B Q » W e ll A r m e d 1 ® When company comes there is no time to waste—no chances to be taken—so mother sees that there is al­ ways a can o f CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Then, too, her reputa­ tion as a cook must be upheld — and she “stakes” it on Calumet every time. She knows it will not disappoint her. Order a can. and have the \"company”, kind of bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been, approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. Ton save when yon bay it You »ave when yon asc it. C ounty News. WASHINGTON' ISLAND. Bo J7. Andersen left for Chicago on February 6th, expecting to be, gone a week. On Feb. 13 Mrs. M. Jorgensen cel­ ebrated her birthday anniversary by inviting her friends to a gala time at the hall. On the 5th of February the mer­ cury dropped to the zero mark the first time t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

Proceedings County Board of Supervisors (Continued from Page 3) L o u is S im on, 'm k g . r e t 2.02 •M R. T h o rp , m k g . r e t - 2.50 E . D e s J a rd in e , m k g . r e t, - 1.96 J o h n L a rso n , m k g . ro t. 3.40 J . S ch o e n ro c k , m k g . r e t. 1.30 J . L o n g , m k g . r e t 1.30 E . W iltse , m k g . r e t 3.10 O s c a r O lson, m k g . r e t. ' 1.36 J . B a u d h u in , m k g . r e t. 2.32 A .G u n d m u n so n , m k g r e t - 6.20 4- 9 D o o r Co. P.ub. Co., ta x „ l i s t r : ----- :----- 36.16 J . Q. O llin g e r, tro a s . r e t 1.20 S tg . B a y A dv., s u p p ly - 7.50 6- 6 S tg . B a y A dv., ta x l i s t 109.50 8- 1 D o o r Co. P u b . Co., su p . 26.00 H . C. M ille r Co., s u p p ly 4.15 10-18 D o o r Co. N ew s, s u p p ly 37.00 \"12-27 L. M. W a s h b u rn Co., s u p .75 E m il M iifer, s a la r y 800.00 A s s e s sm e n ts 4-18 E d w . S m i t h _________ L o u is J a d in M a rtin V i s t e ____ A u g . S c h ro e d e r J . H e t t i g e r - D . ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

B a r k e r Lmmb. Co. ■fC. S c h n e id e r Board Supervisors 'C o n tin u e d fro m p a g e -9. ty i- C. 'V e rt* _ ..... t \\ W q .z in e ___ 8 J o h n D cm aln o I t. M eyer ............ . «C. V e rtz ______ II. 1*'. K am os ..._ EL -3# J o h n D e m a ln c SI. P . E a m c s _ O . W o lzin c ___ .JkE-12 J o h n D e m n ln e C., D e m a in o ___ H . P . P a rtie s __ tr . p . C a rin o d y •T o ta l. 1.25 1.00 65.00 2.50 .25 .38 65.00 .38 .50 65.00 5.00 66*?0 . S E C T IO N 5 « - » » A . J . W e ls t Co. .____ -* -W G e o . G e r d m a n ______ G e o . S c h u y le r ______ -S-22 B a r r e t t Co., t a r . _ •Sb- I G e o . G e rd m a n ____ G . J . L a P e r re . G . S c h u y l e r ________ G eo . G e rd m a n - /■«- t G e o . G e rd m a n -3 1484.84 H a ls te a d -M a p le s Co.. S . H a n so n 71-15 G do. G e rd m a n _ ' — ■ ' S ta n d a r d G il Co. 2 \\V . J a r t n a i i ____ A . B irm in g h a m tu. D e W a n u ‘ P . P is h E d . J a rm a n _ P . L a n g o h r _...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

POO* OOPyTT APVoCAlK. WTRQBON BAy, WI&, FEBRUARY 14, 1#H. as ever. ' ~LOus Mother tU ed to itaJig ^hrBine Recipe Book-Era« M erteH-Soule Co., Syracuse, N.Y Fanners \\ Meetings The County Agent’s office has an­ nounced this week that the Institute for Baileys If arbor “will como oh Tuesday'and Wednesday, Much 4th and 6th. Mr. A. H Cole of Merrill will be the principal speaker, assist­ ed by the Countjr Agent. Mr. Cole’ has 'made a phenominal 'record as County Agent of Lincoln county. His particular hobbies are co-operation among farmers, and livestock. Mr. Cole has been of much assistance to the farmers’ cheese factories, and the Equity Locals in Lincoln county, and will speak from experience on these questions. _ As an expert in Dairy­ ing he is entitled .to. a large and en­ thusiastic hearing. Meetings For Liberty Grove.? , The' meetings in Liberty Grove received hid M. Anderson’s on Monday evening- v v A ilnmber of friends' gathered at ,the home of Mrs. A Icke on Tuesday ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 February 1919

vw,tv bOOB OOPKTY APPOCATO. OTPBOEON BAY, W»., 1010. *i}t r : ^ : v . : v : ^ — • : ■ f t Stock Reiser Submits Claim for $4,177 for Animals Killed by Bears. 1 0 TAKE PLACE OF SA100N \"V in Anticipation of Nation Becoming Dry, Legislature May Provide ftfl • ^ Community Centera—Bill tn- 1 f •* troduepd in Senate. Madison.—The Wisconsin legislature Ss called upon to pay a claim of $1,177 io E. P. Hfljinond, a Taylor county sheep raiser, for the loss of sheep ^ which hnve been .killed by bears. Ray­ mond, in making ids clnhh to the llnance committee, asks tUnt leglsla- ilon be adopted making the entire year open for the slaughter of bears, citing the fact that the animals .are protected ty (he state, hence tl(cy are state property, the state being responsible for damage done by them. i The state highway com ml tt So \\yrt» •tlold by Senator Hazelwood that the flane of the stare highway was the un­ sightly billboard. He said thnt at­ tem pts made to make the billboard beautiful ha...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 February 1919

Corporal Lester Lett! Returns From France In Good . , . \\ Health. ROUNDED A T S O IS S 0 N S Okl Chums ' While Recuperat : tag—-Acting as Guard at Prison Camp When Armistice Was , Sign«k-W ounded ' : 63^ ' Shell. _ r . v . advenlures 'which irould hardly he orowded Into an 'Q uinary lifetime, Corporal Lester “Butch” Leltl arriv­ ed home Thursday evening of last m ale, having received an honorable -^tifecharge from the United States Army. As a souvenir of the part he to o t in the great world war Butch carries several wounds caused .by the frag­ ments of a high explosive shell, but states th a t he feels better than he ev­ e r did before. He appears to be much heavier than when he left here with old Co. F in 1917. •Lester was one of the first young men from this city to join Company F w ^ e n it was formed here in the spring th a t w ar .was declared and at the time th at the organization was in training here he .was appointed cor­ poral. He was in training with the company her...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 February 1919

d o o r co un ty a d v o ca ct, gruBOBoa Sawyer News. SEATM BELIEVES IQNC ILLNESS •fc. I*. E . Gotfinm Died Sunday After Fomr Years of Buffeting. . AfCet having \"a - paralytic stroke nearly tour years ago and being coa- ^pelted to sutler exruclating pain tor *a#k3r». bad nights without relief, Dr. ’ JSL Ootham passed away Sunday at age of 63 years. Daring hlalong duness he bore his suffering with \"-Christian fortitude, and even while •oeatined to his bed, endeaVofod fo ^MhniniBter to all who came to. him r anking medical assistance. HS had tooae but friends, and all have shown ’their sympathy for the stricken man 'during his long periOd of illness , ,B f. Gotham' was born 'at RbDm !^ Win,, on Sept. 19th, 1865, and has a resident of Sawyer buring the )pfeat seventeen years. He was a sod •of Daniel and Mary Gotham. , On /Sept. 7th, 1898, at Ogdensbufg, he 'was married to Miss May L. Bentley, ■who survives. The funeral was held from the Jfcome on Wednesday morning, the •-wtvlcea b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 February 1919

' ' niriii''f • V-*4\"— • — — - p — - , l_l ■ ootm uw iitfc A flw ram iW V h iim fiAt* W» 9 wwf-n u m i 9 “Seh-Irfor Corns !Ihop*38Mo&ds-ConX>])ooiMdl /When you almost 41%v*ltb your anoeaon ana corna makeyou almost aMewajra to get away from the pain taka a vacation for a mln* uta or two and apply t o r l drops H I A | tfeC M aP M l Cleui Off. WM»’G et*V l ©f the world'a magic and only sen* tllne corn-peeler, \"Gete-It.” Then, arid then only, will you be sure that your corn will loosen from your toe ao th at you can peel it right oft gloriously easy w ith your fingers. Take no chancc * and soreness—vi Take no chances of continued pain and soreness—why use greasy, irri­ tating salves, plasters th at shift and press Into the \"quick,” razors and \"diggers\" th at make corns bleed and also grow faster? Use painless, easy, always sure “G eta-It” There’s only one like It in the world—that’s “Gets-It.\" Millions have tried and O. K.’d It for years. It never falls. ••Gets-I...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 February 1919

CONSULTATION FREE TO THE SICK OR. HOAG, tb « ChlflRgp 8papIaUsi treats al) Nervous and Chronic Dis eases of Men, Women and Children and offers to all that will call on thai day, date and during the hours given below, consultation and advice F R E i OF CHARGE. ia—y Door County Advocate Sintered at trie PoBtolflce a t Sturgeon Bay, Win., ae second-class matter. iw tr i i p u b l i s h e d b t Ooor County Publishing Company INOOHPORATED th is city atone. S tu rg eo n tidy faces th e fafct' th a t its m unicipal p la n t m u st be enlarged a n d p r.a c ti- cally reb u ilt w ithin a very few years and no opportunity should be m issed to investigate every proposition th a t m ight present Itself for cheaper and b etter service fo r th e benefit o f th e residents o f th e city. Address all com m unications to Door County Advocate.. subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. in o r d e rin g a d d re s s c h a n g e d , th e old ai •veil n s th e n e w a d d re s s sh o u ld b e g iv en STURGEO...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 February 1919

BAT, WSL, FEBRUARY SI, 1910. C ounty N ew s. ) A ^ c d BANE of 6M ag^ is constipation. The bow­ els become weak and unable to perform their . functions without aid. For this purpose only the mildest and gentlest laxative should be used. The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble and makes the constipation worse. Chamberlain’s Tablets are a favorite with people of .middle age and older on account of their gende action. A Good Time to Visit Us If you have any building problems on your mind for coming spring or summer, we’d sug­ gest that you come in the next time you are in town and we’ll see if we can’t help you out for less than you’re figuring on. The kind of lum­ ber you will, need depends a lot on w hat you - are intending to build, mid there is a difference in the price of different grades. * Gome in and let us talk it over. W e have lumber for all building work. Barker Lumber & Fuel Co. STURGEON -BAY, WIS. . ELLISON BAT • , Gamo Warden Jeske was a caller here Sun...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 February 1919

m m m M LOCALS :' M eeting— M iss Cecelia ‘■'/Undersoil, D o o r county's supervising tU ucher addressed a .m eeting of B row n county . ru r a l sch o o ltea c h ers • t G reen B ay F rid ay , on \"Profltablo B en tW o rk .* ’ ■ \"• P o o d S ale— T he M. 6 , W owan’e F o reig n Missionary .Society w ill hold « * 'fb p d .sale’ on S aturday afternoon, ■ a t th e H. H ahn furn itu re w i r e . ^^he.'p ro ceed s to go to - th e A rm en ian s. •â– : - ■' Fairly Chicks— O scar S train had a setting of young chickens hatched o n Feb. 15jth hy ope ot his hens, which is vm usaally early for this part e t th e coj^iitify in spite of the m ild ‘ winter w eather. T o Give Play— T he young people o S t. Josephs congregation are now rq- h e arsin g a play ‘‘RoeeS and Sham ­ ro ck s,” which they will present w ith­ in th e next few weeks for the^benefit o f th e congregation. -*' ' V C arl I d d r a l \"H om e-^A h Algoma m em ber of Company F h as returned to his home in th a t city...

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 — 21 February 1919

PERSONAL MENTION RBW8Y H0TE8 OONOKBNING PEOPLS YOU KNOW i l l I I 11I H I W W W W •f lies. IB. C.Hart. Bpeni^fr&lneBday •’.^O ren . jvBBniry Fetzer ‘ left Wednesday for Green Bay/mn bueinees. t A Bbn yria bom to Mr. and Mrs A. G Paul on Feb. Htto. • Attorney W- E. Oaede Iain Mttwau? koi da business this week. ’£ Af son was born to Mr. and Mrs. &ritest Krueger on Monday. „ L. R. Meverden spent a few.days .this week in MUwaukeeonbusineqs . Mrs. B. C. Hart went to Green. Bay Wednesday to visit relatives a\" few .dtys. v lir. and Mrs. Ilenrv Washburn are visiting with. relatives in Milwaukee this week. _ ,* - Haris Hanfccfe'oA^of the’ prominent Egg Harbor farmers, was in the .city Saturday. ’ L. M. Washburn returned ’S tu r­ dily after spending a weelMn. Chica­ go on business. ’ ' ’ ^ - .. Miss Helen Bruemmer \"of Algoma spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Ed. Burr. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Landfried of Sturgeon Bay town on Feb. 9th. LeRoy Voight and Phillip ...

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 — 21 February 1919

fan n ers Listen to Interesting Tglks By Mr. Swoboda and Co. Agent Goff. W EA TH ER UNFAVORABLE Babject Covering Better Fanning and Dairying Thoroughly Dis­ cussed at Fanners Meeting Fair 8ized Crowd Con* aiderlng Weather ' The Farmers institute meetingB which should have opened at 2 ,p. m. Thursday of last week was . not call­ ed to order until 3:30 on account of the inclemency of the weather. A good crowd was present considering the weather. Mr. Swoboda took up the first top­ ic for the afternoon and dwelled at length on the subject of \"better live stock.” Mr. Swoboda gave three ways by which one could improve their herd. The first was to buy a number of full bloods and add to the herd. Second, to start with old herds and buy a full blooded sire, and third, to go to some one having a full blooded herd and buy some of his surplus calves (male and several female) and let them grow into large t- animals. Mr. Swoboda argued that the latter way was preferable for a man with a limit...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 February 1919

County News. ta n tp o lo ta w e re settled. One, ttiit a sinking fond w a a c re a te d to offset th e ' d^preclsilon of creamery anil contents^' t h e other was th a t th e present b atter m aker, O scar Nichol, was retained a t a yearly ..salary of $1,300 p eran n u m . Mr. Nichol bad a yery flattering offer to go as cook on a large lake boat, hut as the WASHINGTON - lira . George Lycke was tak en su d - stonly sick about two weeks ag o /an d Is not much , better a t this writing. Carl AnderBen, E 4 E ln^non M d I creainory stockholders and patrons f^raradA nderseu have received thoir I were very \"tinaalnijus to retain him' discharges and arrived home from I eTen a t an advanced salary of 1220 aSm p last week. Nice indeed to se e]be felt w arranted to accept. Mr. th e boys again. j Nichol was the recipient of many flat- JTohn^B. Mslloch, onr ru ral -m a j taring rem arks as tq^his qualiftca- « a rrta r,h a s a real vacation from bia l tions as a b u tter nftJrer, but as the one...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 February 1919

0 k 4 \" \\ ^ f M | ^ v : ^ W #slature De- ' ' ' mands Investigation. iPRICE RAISED 100 PER CENT ABlll Provide* That Special Committee ‘ «cf five Be Appointed to Investl- ■J-,, «ate Cost of Manufacturing ? and Machinery. . f \"Madison.—The costs of manufnctur- '''tag farm machinery will bo Invfestlgdt* vcd If the legislature passes- the resolu­ tion offered by Assemblyman A. M. iSlcClone of Outaguinle county. - The - ^resolution provides: “Whereas, the prices of various kinds ■ of farm machinery have increased dur- -Ihg the past two years by at least 100 sper cen t and “Whereas, the price of such machln- .«ry for the year 1919 will be abnor­ mally high at a time when demand ■therefor will be necessarily grent by t the furmers of. this and other states Mn -their attempt and desire to respond ?.to the world-wide appeal for an unpre- i-vedented production of food and .?• ' “Whereas, the price of butter and father dairy products hns greatly de- i^eased and Is decreasing, wldl...

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 — 28 February 1919

VOLUME » ^ m b e r \" 4 9 STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE-— -CONSOLIDATED-— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT LARGEST CIRCULATION ITHEASI ■ -*-2' W NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN . STURGEON BAY, W IS.. FR ID A Y , FEBR U A R Y H8. 19I 0. TOE ADVOCATE IS THE OFFICIAL C IT Y AND tO tSTY P. G ortis.Fritschler Home After 'Seeing All Battles Of Sum* A mer and Fall. WAS A MACHINE GUNNER W stmded a t Juvigny and Again at Argonne—-^Unable to R eturn to Company W hen Recovered so W as Sent Homer—Intends to ‘'\" ■ R eturn to School—O ther Co. F Men to Return Soon. A fter doing his bit In the great struggle for Democracy and against A utocracy-another of our Company F 'boys has. returned home. John Curtis F ritschler‘arrived in the city Monday morning, haying been honorr ably discharged from the service on Saturday. u C urt was in practcally all of the battles up to the signing of the arm ­ istice and Is regaling his friends with many stories of his interesting ex­ periences on the W estern Front. As evidence th at h...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 February 1919

\"t— , &\"■ k DOOR COUNTY btobodok b a t , FEBRUARY M , 1V1». A S*wyerNews. 99EBR0UX6 ARAGEBU R NS OOMPAR ATIYKLY NEW STRUC- YURE DESTROYED BY FLAMES WEDNESDAY MORNING. QPkompt Action by Firemen and Re­ sponse of. Now W aterworks Only Reason T hat Adjoining Build­ ings Did Not Catch Fire. T he Debroux Garage was practi­ c a lly destroyed by fire Wednesday \"\"dom ing. The blaze started from an ^Y©r heated stove In the office which Hi located on thq, ground floor. It CaB discovered by Joseph Hoslett nnd other passersby at about seven '• ’clock and at that time the entire office was a mass of flames, cutting -off the only exit for the family who (Jived on the second floor. Chief Stroh and his men as well vb those of the Sawyer force respond- ^jd to the call promptly and-spon had 'tShree streams of water playing upon ■^Se structure, and the concrete walls ■of the building kept it confined to Vhe building where it started until ill was under control. iBecapse of the frigi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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