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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 May 1919

VOLUME ’ $8 NUMBER 6 STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED -DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT L A R G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N IN N O R T H E A S T E R N W ISCO N SIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, MAY 2.1911J. 1Siatorical Booas 1. : - ’ '\\.'1MUII8pN WIS , -------. trvATE IS T H E w r t C U L C IT Y AND COUNTY F J S O W S M E NOT F i n j o o I « * ™ e r t u b u b n c h e d Door County' Men From 32nd and 85th Divisions Return This Week.. C O L A R D T W I N S H O M E Two Brothers, Members of Company ,'vP, Return Wounded From France. ■- Howard Gvelseri, Clarence Haen, and Ira Gray Are 85th' Division Men—Carl Kontnlk Here. COMPANY F. HEROES AWARDED CROIX DE GJUERRE. Captain Edward 8. Reynolds, Sergt. Clyde Helgeson and Corporal Carl Koutnik, Algoma, Get Coveted1 Decoration. More soldiers have returned with­ in the past week from the battlefields •1 France after doing their bit in the great war. Some of the returning Yanks were members of the famous lighting 32nd, composed of Wiscon- sin-Michigan...

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 — 2 May 1919

I' i POOB.OOVSTO ADVOCATE, « m n ^ 5 0 N BAYi' WIS., MAYS, 1010. S a w y e r F elix F ortem ps m ade a trip to N ew F rankin M onday. Jos. H o slett le ft T uesday for M il­ w auk ee on a b u sin ess trip. R ev. H. N. P feifer w as am ong the G reen B ay callers Tqqsday. P a t M cD erm ott waB in from Maple­ w ood W ed n esday on business. . . Mrs. M arie H oslett-K vaase w as hom e from M anitow oc over Sunday. G eorge M ichaels returned to Grefen B ay M onday after spending th e w eek end h ere w ith his fam ily. M iss Em m a A nderson le ft Satur­ d a y fo r a tw o w eek s visit in Chicago. Q ua Forland w en t to Green Bay Tpb^diay on business for Fuller-G ood- m an Co. M iss Laura P erlew itz has resum ed h er..-p osition w ith th e Van Camp P acking Co. Mrs. Herm an B oetcher w en t to A l- gom a Tuesday to visit form er ac­ quaintances. George B ergsland, of H a inesville, w as in tow n Saturday on h is w ay 10 Menominee. Mrs. K. J. B ackey and children re­ turned to A l...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 May 1919

DOOR COUNTS ADVOCATE, 8TUR0B0N BAT, W IS* MAY 1010. The Facilities for Distribution of the The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) THE service which, at all times, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is prepared to render its patrons, rests securely upon a solid foundation of complete distribution. ‘ To perfect a system which shall make every product manufactured by the Company instantly available to anyone, anywhere, any time, has been the goal toward which this Company has been working since the day of its organization.* As yet. this ideal has not been achieved but the system as it stands is conceded to be the most,perfect of its kind in the world. The present equipment for distribution, .including grounds, buildings, storage tanks, motor trucks, wagons, etc., represents an investment of more than $30,000,000. There are 27 main stations where complete stocks of all products are kept on hand. Supporting these are the bulk stations located at 2881 carefully selected points in 11 states. T...

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 — 2 May 1919

Pdgaltodr DOOR OOPWOT ADVOCATK. STURGEON BAY. WIS.. MAY S, 1010. Door County Advocate Bnlered at the Postoffice a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis.. an second-class matter. F O ilU SK B D BV Door County Publishing Conqwny INOOnPOHATKIl , -A ddress all com m unications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2,00 per Year. U ordering nddtnu changed, the old aa well aa the new address should be given STURGEON BAY, W IS., MAY 2. O t th e 56,000 volunteers for over­ seas service called for by Newt B aker a few w eeks ago, b u t 8,000 have re­ sponded. : .v “ Peace Conference a t C risis?”— N ew spaper headline. The peace con­ ference seems to be ju st one darned crisis after another. \"S h a ll we give to a League in which they (the countries of E urope) control the voting power the rig h t to send soldiers draw n from th e farm s and homes of this country to any for­ eign land th at may need them to en­ force their rights to the boundaries :iow, or about to be set up? T hat is svhat we a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 May 1919

D O O l t i ^ y i x ADVOCATO, m a, 1010. BUTHEHTEtlS HOMES Door County Residen t s and Former Well Knowii Door Co. Lady Passes Away. DEATH OF MRS. J. GRASSE jh ifp r ii* * Mrs. Paul Murtinburg of Liberty Grove Called—Mrs. D. G. Juv- iand Kill an Dies, at Ersklne, \" Minn—Death of Infant v Daughter. Mrs. Jo h n Grasse, died a t h er hom e in S ister Bay, A pril 19th, of inflam ­ m ation of th e brain, after two weeks illness. H er m aiden nam e was Miss F ried a W ildgrube, oldest daughter of M r. and M rs. W ildgrube of Sun P rairie, w here she w as born Dec. 9, 1882, h er a^e a t tim e of death being 36 years, 4 m onths and 10 days. She is survived by h er husband and fo u r children, M abel, age 16, W ilbert, 15, Raym ond 13, L u etta 12 h er p ar­ ents, an aged grandm other, th ree sisters and one brother. Mrs. A lbert Fuhrem ann, Mrs. Jacob Fuhrem ann, W alter W ildgrube of Sun P rairie, and M rs. H erm an E lies of Lodi. H er parents arrived a few hours afte r she passed away...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 May 1919

- ■ ittx 4 * 4 « NEWSY SHOR^NQTHa News, of Interest Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporter^ £ ■ » ♦ ♦ » ♦ » » ♦ ♦ » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ »« » » W M i l IW I f M t W M I I H H *+** Food Sale— The ladies of the Con­ gregational church will have a food sale a t the Lawrence m eat m arket tom orrow, Saturday, May 3rd' be­ ginning at 3 o'clock. M alting Im provem ents— B. j Haen Ib rem odeling the office part of his m eat m arket which will give him m ore room and make it much more convenient to serve his customers. F ree Bridge— The city officials col­ lected. no fare on the municipal bridge when tjie hpdroplane landed In Sawyer Saturday afternoon. This enabled many of the “kids” who woul£ have been unable to do so oth­ erw ise to view the plane. To Go To Johns Hopkins— Miss Ethel Kalmbacli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kalmbach of this city, has been offered the position of assistant director in experimental jJJetetlcs at Johns Hopkins University an...

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 — 2 May 1919

p o d B c o u n ty , a d v o ca te, . stuium bqn bay , w ib ., m ay a, 1019. ftnge Severn I B B R S iQ M E N T I O N NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE TON KNOW WIMMiMllllliWMMMHIMHIIMMIWIMMIM Jos. B elanger spent S aturday in G reen Bay. Mrs. A rnold Soderburg of W ash­ ington Island w as In th e city Tuesday. Jos. M elville was here from W est Allis fo r a sh o rt v isit retu rn in g there Tuesday. Jo h n G. O llinger lias been in Chi­ cago on a business trip d u rin g th e p resen t w eek. L e s te rL e itl,, W illiam Bourgeois, arid S hirley F airchild w ere in G reen B ay'over S aturday and Sunday. 1 . Jo h n G raef arrived from M ilwau­ kee th is w eek and is spending a sh o rt tim e visiting w ith old-tim e friends. M att Peffer, one of th e prom inent citizens of th e tow n of Jacksonport, w as in th e oily on business Tuesday. D istrict A ttorney ,G aede and C ounty H ighw ay Com issioner L aurie le ft yesterday fo r Green B ay on busi- nes. H arvey T ipler arrived hom e from...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 May 1919

OF WAV o O ffl t o r o i i f AnyodiiMi, sturgeon bay , tin s., may a. »»ib. EVERY CITIZEN AN AMERICAN Women's Foreign Language Division of Victory Liberty Loan Committee Has Active Organization. \"Every citizen an American. Every American a government stockholder. Bolshevik doctrines will not flourish In the minds and hearts of those who have a proprietary Interest In their government.” T hat Is the threefold object of the newly organized woman's foreign-lnn- guage division of the Victory Liberty loan, according to Mrs. Edward Bernis, director for the Seventh federal re­ serve d istrict In reply to a question, Mrs. Bemis said: “Our foreign-born women have often, had reason in the past to think we cared little for them, but now since their sons and brothers and husbands have fought side by side with ours the differences have fallen away. We are all women of one country, working to one end—a united America.\" Mrs. Bemis believes there need be no lack of co-operation between the nat...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 May 1919

p o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a te , b t u r q k o n b o s , wia., m ay 2, io io. P am lO M rrs u n w i s e to pot off to-day’s duty until to­ morrow. If your etom ach is add-disturbed tclie K n i i r a i the new aid to aigejUcn c i^ .'rrt to d a y ? A pleasant i-ehe\" from the discomfort of aeia-dyspepsin. MADE BY SCOTT & UCvVNS MAKERS O F SCOTT’S SySOVBSOH !9-6a BUSINESS DIRECTORY DR. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to ' RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Buildipg MILWAUKEE, WIS. DR. T. 0. PROCTOR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 0 Sices 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 ffftce Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST fflyea Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. HARRY W. BLAKEFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 164-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSO...

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

m '■Vv' ■■ DOOR C O U ^ A P yO C A T S - T O * MAY f t tjM t. T:V V: .:' ■. Ailments Disorders of the stomach arid constipation are the m o s t C o m m o n diseases of. children. To correct them you will find nothing better than. Chamberlain’s Tablets. One tablet at bed time will dp the work and will make your child bright and cheerful the following morning. Do not punish your children by giving them castor oil. Chamber­ lain's Tablets are better and more pleasant to take. Chamberlain’s Tablets ^ A V l t the Leather K®ep\\burSho@s Neat^ L 'iQ U iD S AMO PASTES FCH BLACK, W H IT E , T A N A N D OX-BIOOD^ S. (d a r k b r o w n ) s h o e s TK.' .A H t r . r CALLLYCQRPOAATfOKS F F A t O . N .V. _ Fires in the United States Average Mote Than One Per Minute and somebody, sdMeplace, is having his or herflrst fire ex­ perience e v e r y p e r h a p s every hour. 4 Despite great care and cau­ tion, no one is imiqime from fire, hence the- great importance of Fire Insurance. Don’t ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 May 1919

' - v \" DOOB OOVSTl AJ)VHX\\Tlf, (mjROVOS BAY, WI3„ MAY a. 1019.' C o u n ty N ew s. EPHRAIM Dr. E. M. Jacobs and family spent Tke week end at the Anderson home. TheMen’s Club met at the Mor­ avian parsonage last Thursday cve- aivg. The Moravian -Ladies Aid met In t ie church parlors last Tuesday afternon. Misses Olive and Munda Anderson spent Tuesday of this week at the county seat. Mrs. Albert Worley has returned f»fm Chicago where she spent the laifc two weeks. Joseph Olson left 'last week for Cleveland from which port lie will sriil during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Knut Christenson of Sawyer spent the week end with Mr. i and Mrs. George Larson. Alfred Evenson returned to De- Pere last week after spending the ■aster-tide with his parents. Mrs. Henry Epson of De Pere is spending some time with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Evenson. Rev. M. j. Andrews is . this week conducting special evangelistic ser­ vices at the Sister Bay Moravian church. Ephraim Boy Scouts united in do-...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 May 1919

■: v-i V iie T iN tn POOR OOjWIlf APVOCATK, STUBGEON BAY, W1S„ MAY a, 1919. v . . ’ V ^ ’ 1 0 ’ .* i 0 ‘ « « r i ■ ■-■■'CiOc - C'- Hi:** hAr. -U£. ITEMS The government tug- Manitowoc was in port the first th© week, clearing with a scftw load of stone. The big steel steamer Frederick Scblichihger passed thru the bay southbound Thursday morning. The • craft is 305 feet long. The steam er Frank Woods was re­ leased from -the dry dock at the Uni­ versal yards Saturday, and cleared th at evening for the east shore. The gasoline freighter 6. ,F. Lav- iolette, which foundered near Long. Tail Point near Green Bay a couple of weeks ago, has been raised and taken into th at port. The steamer Wyandotte will load coal a t Cleveland for this port on May 10th. The greater part of the cargo will be consigned to the city and part of it to the Van Camp company and other local consumers. The steamer s: M. Stephenson, Capt. Jas. Sanford, which wintered a t the Universal ship yard, and ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 May 1919

' Strong Delegation From County Visits Madison in Interest o f' . Experiment Station. BILL WILL BE1NTR0DUCED Farm Would bo Established in'State TnrkahdLaboratory at Sturgeon Bay—-P.ea Industry Would Be . : M \\ Given Special AttemHon—An- . • ' ' other HearJng W ill fie Held. • • • Tho branch' experiment station of the statecollegeof agriculture, which an effort is being made to have locat­ ed in Door county, was most thoroly discussed a t ,a meeting in Madison last week, a t which all interests of ,the county were well represented by the follow ing/gentlem en: Joseph H osiett, chairman of the county, board A. E. Doolittle, superintond- '-ent of the state park A. V f . Law­ rence, president of the F ru it Growers Vnion and- F ru it Growers Canning •o . W. A. Gauerke, president of the Boor County Society of Equity and M. B. Goff, county agent. - After reaching Madison the dele­ gation had a short conference with : Senator Peterson and Assemblyman •raass, after which they went to th...

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 — 9 May 1919

STURGEON Sawyer News. . Miss Esther Qlson W t Monday tor Dvauston, III, Al. Samuelson lett Wednesday tor Chicago on a business trip. Fifed Knuth has been incapacitated by an attack of rbeumatism, Otto'Green went to Green Bay on Wednesday , on a business trip. Rev. F? Schumann was at Menom­ inee, Mich., the tore part ot this week. Mrs. George Fowles ot Maplewood, was a Sawyer visitor on Wednesday. Wm. Dutsch went to New Franbln the latter part ot last week on a busi­ ness trip. ' ■ Mrs. William Darling, ot Forest- ■ Ville, was the guest of friends in Saw- ypr over Sunday. Joseph Stoneman, ot Forestville, was in town Wednesday, returning on the afternoon train. Miss Nora Johnson spent Sunday in Sawyer returning to her school ot Rio Creek Monday morning. John Hull ha arrived from Mil­ waukee to take charge ot his truit farm just outside of the city limits, The city clean-up crew have been picking up rubbish in Sawyer this week pnd the placp looks very neat. Fred Warner has inves...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 May 1919

- - - ' . .......................— »— i— ‘ him ....................... \" m . i . ............ '■ ' ' 1 \"‘...................... . ', TRADE MARK The City of GOODRICH Akron THE FRIENPL Tlr Hr HERE may be somethings that ■ can be done well in a hurry, tyat pickin’ a wife an* agein*a tobacco ufa't amongst ’em. We jput awa£ millions of pounds of fine Kfentuckyl^urley tobacco ever^ year, in wooden hogsheads. It ripens two years. Wfceti we take it but it-s rfOTercnjt-N|tai» has improved it, good as it was-^made it friendlier, more fragrant, cool-smoking, long-burning. Nature has given it a delicious Quality of mildness and fragrance that no artificial means can ever equal. * it’s just that extra touch of friendly good­ ness that is building up VELVET Tobacco into the favor and good will of thousands of pipe smokers who pre­ fer to smoke tobacco cured in Nature’s way. You would hotice the . difference. Q» . Roll a VELVET Cigarette. .. . . VJBLVErS natm -dgad mUdtuuu mT M o tth w...

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 — 9 May 1919

ever says the less than My baking powder,” smooth solicitor, “ costs Royal.” . .v r But he omits to say that it often leaves a bitter taste, that food made with it is likely to stale in a day and that it contains alum, which is con­ demned by many medical authorities for use in food. . England and France prohibit the sale of alum baking powders, P A V A f B ak in g R v I A h Pow der is tnade from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes 7 Royal Contains No Alum— Leaves No Bitter Taste Door County Advocate Itntered at the Poatofflce a t Sturereod Bay. W ls., as second-clnaa/m atter. ! PUBLISH ED BT County Publishing Company INOOKPOHATBD Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. da o rd erin g ad d ress ch an ged , th e o ld a s w e ll aa th e s e n address sh o u ld be g iv en STURGEON BAY. WIS., MAY 9. A man' suggested to us the oth^r day that the “war was over\" and, he didn’t see any reason why he should subscribe for bonds. Well, the war ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 May 1919

JUlwin^e©.--A. i^euy andunlque tr&lmerit that dissolves piles In ten ■tfiuieCarid cures the worst crises In ‘lo w : days, is the proud achievement •f.D r. F .T . Rljey, 469 M. end M. ^'-BwSic'' Ifihtidifig, Afilwhukee, Y ife ' Dr. 2 l p y gtHmottees.a iternmBriht curei -without knife,^fiaiji or danger or hie 'treatment costs yoil nothing. If you ■suffer, don't risk a .dangerous oper­ ation, .but Write him today .tor tree particulars and instructions Publication April 4. 1919—w«) SEatri . o t Wisconsin. Circuit Court, .Door County.. ...., :Ohrir'Bpllle, :^.Mi5 JPeter Klein, peEehdant.. .., . ■■j ''.t - . :-v -w '• -Sfjr'yirtuO df'an execution Issued out ’pf-Shd/ uridrir ihO uaealo t.tn e Circuit - Court'in and tor: the County of Door : -. and S tate-of: Wisconsin,’ upon a Judg­ ment rendered and . docketed In said .court, : on-the 2&th‘day of Marfih‘ 1919 in .pn.. action, wherein Chris Snlllo Is paintlff' and Peter Klein is defendant dn favor of Bald plaintiff ’, ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 May 1919

NEWSY SHORT K&iT offcteirtst ’ tiy the Advocate's Rei6rt«rs 1 1 IK 1 «»♦♦»♦♦ I » * * * * * * * * * ***** D orcas Society— T he D orcas socie­ ty Will m eet w ith M rs. R. Noelck, ■flnesday evening, M ay 13th. W *C . T . U.— The Vf. C. T. U., will m eet w ith Mra. Jo h n Rysdorp next T aesday afternoon. A large attend­ ance Is earn estly desired. F ood \"Sale— T he M oravian ladies w ill hold a food sale a t th e Red Crofes- room s, Saturday, May 17th. Som ething good for everybody th a t com es. Ship Eggs— The Perfect fegg com­ pany th is week ship p ed 'a carload o f ' processed eggs to th e Chicago 'm arket. T he processing com pand is now re ­ ceiving m ore eggs th an form erly, Louis Nebel now being on th e road fo r th e concern. Sunday Services— Rev. H. K . Haw­ ley of Aines, Iowa, w ill speak a t the C ongregational c h u rc h . next Sunday m orning a t 11 o’clock. Rev. H awley Is Interested in th e fru it business h ere w ith S. T. L earned and comes ...

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 — 9 May 1919

POORCOUNTY ADVOCATE, jftOTQBON BAY. ^ { ?'H K r ' ■ •. ,-t v ' - a ~ &>NGEKNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW ! 1 * '• R, P. Kennedy jbft j^&sterday on a short business trip. .• . 7 Henry Overbeck made a business ? trip to Milwaukee this week. : Stanley Levy is yiaitiug with, bis V \"\\ parents.Jn Milwaukee: this wspek. ' ((Japt .Frank Jacobs: fe home from Chicago while bis tag is undergoing i repairs. ‘ : V . George. Q’Boyle left Saturday for DePere where he visited With Mends for a few .days. : . 7-u y-.- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hahn and Dr. and vMrs. A1 J. Gordon motored to Green Bay Tuesday: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen: Slattery spent p. couple of.days-vjBittng in Green4 '• Bay this week. - y ‘ William Kostka left ^Thursday •tor. ■ Cleveland where. h& will !$$. oh one V of the large freighters - • ’. • ? Mrs.\" S. Greenfield and Son John wept to Green Bay and DePere on i- Tuesday to visit relatives a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Teweles left Monday tor: Milwaukee/ where they will ...

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 — 9 May 1919

d o o b c o u n t s : a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n m % w t $ * , ' ' I * fs , *•-* * * % .. ^ ~ I d r \\ ‘ *i TO MOLD THREE DAY FAIti Goodies! —the kind thatm-e-l-t in your mouth —light, fiu ffy ,ten d e^S % cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that |u$t keep you hanging 'round the pantry— alt-maiJe w ith 2 CALUMET BIKING POWDEft the Kifcst, purest, most economical kind. T ry if^-driveatvaybake-day failures.” You save white *m Wjrfc. You save when you use if. Calumet contains only such ingredient' as have been roved officially, by the U.S. Food Authorities. . L adles Of C atholic Con'ffre&aYJon To H aiso M oney F op. C hurch. A t : E gg H arbor. . , o, A th r e e , day fa ir, w ill, be held a t Kolchesid’S b all. E gg H atbor, by the ladles of S t Jo h n th e B dptist Con­ gregation/.. fo r th e benefit of the church. T h ere. w ill be fine a ttra c ­ tions every evening and an elegant supper a t 7 o ’clock. Thursday, M ay 15th— M ilk pig and roast beef. ~ Friday, May 16th— O ys...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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