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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 August 1919

. . . . . tv m tt m m iT V knvniuiV E rtm u M 'W?3 isi «X)B O(W^DTOCtiffi, :iillte0 S t o , WI8, AUGUST !», 1919. t* *1 *r \\f* ^ ^ •,'1 y*H J r \\ * Keep the Children Well To keep the little ones weft, study •ndfasppy, frecof Mbgba.coldR.croapr little fevere and inflamed throat*, u*e F o ley ’s H o ney a n d Ter* it is carefully made of selected rem­ edies that loosen and break up a cough atop croupandeatc naaching Inflamed ., throat, and it is .clean of allnarcotic*. Tar is very helpful forwhooipingcough, and die re* tie** feverish state that attends ■ children’sdiseases.. : ^ ' M. T, Da vi*. feeatsviUe, W . Vo, write* — . One: pf m ybfttronihad a small child taken with croup.’They came to my store and bought • bottle of Foley* Honey and Tar and before tnorblnd the childwaa entirely recovered\" Sold: Everywhere. . for our electric plant at 'Zion City, 111. work $ 15.00 to iWe will refund car­ fare after one month. Phone 278-M for in­ formation. County News. DEATH OF MRS. 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 — 29 August 1919

WPP . . W'i A t‘ d o o r co u n ty , a d v o ca te. f l« e BU mmmdmilUttk f o r S A tB ^ F o r iy a c rt^ 300 pqjrds o r w o o f jL o c atB d 8e o $»-s tu t p Town- Further particulars,_. geoo Bay apply to TOM CUNNINGHAM, N o rth Cedar S ty S tu rgeo n Bay W is (*20w4) L O Q A I i S Scarlet Fever—The family of M. Sullivan is down with the scarlet fever, the oldest boy, Raymond be­ ing ill. '!'■ Hunting • Licenses— County : Clerk Herlache has received the new hunt­ ing license blanks and is ready to Issue them. 7 Entertained — Miss Dorothy Sy­ mons and Miss Puebier entertained the W. F. M. S. at the Methodist parsonage Wednesday afternoon. Buys House and Auto — Harry W alker during the week purchased the George Mainz residence property on So. Cedar street and also pur­ chased a new automobile. - Bowling Alleys Open—The bowl­ ing alleys at the Twenty Club will open for the season Sept. 1, having ibeen put in first class shape since being closed down last spring. Teachers Meet...

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 — 29 August 1919

I P E R S O N A L . M E | ) I T I O N t . ...... | VTEWST NOTES CONCEBJftNO F S' YOU KNOW : v Albert Greiscn. returned Mbpday serye out hla period ofenlistmknt and from a business trip to Luxemburg. reached his ship to hear that he was Mias Tessie: Hunsader returned on lupfordischarge. H ew as given his ' Monday evening attar vislting.at AL j discharge the same day that he re- goma. ’ 'v ' '\"iy-\". turned to duty from furlough. Miss M aryFas/went to'Algoma bn I Ui\\, Eu'gene Klaver of Detroit,, Is a Monday, to attend the funeral of M rs., 6best at tre Rysdorp home. J. Englebert. V-: \" • 7 ' 1 George O’Boyle returned Monday Math Leltner and children,: Leon' fron» a business trip to Manitowoc. , and Donold, of Birchwopd, are the j Mrs. C. L. Benedict and baby re­ guests of Wm. Birdsall. . ”' \" I turned yesterday from a visit at .Chi- 'M lss' Alvina Birdsall returned cago. : home- the latter part of last week 1 Miss Grace Chandler has. been after visiting with her aunt Mrs. W. ( s...

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 — 29 August 1919

I f e g e E l g h t POOH COUNTY ADVOCATE,, gOTBGBOjN BAY, Notice of Referendum Ejection Soldier Bonus.Law. OFFICE OP COUNTY CLERK, A0G1UST 20,1919. Notice Of Referendum Election, Soldier Bonus Law, To the Electors of Door County:— Notice is hereby given that a Referendum Election is to be held in the several towns, wards, villages and election precincts in the County of Door on the 2nd day of September, 1919, at which time the Soldier Bonus Law will be submitted to a vote of the electors. S t a t e o f W isco n sin , C o u n ty o f D oor— ss I. R A L P H H E R L A C H E . C o u n ty Cleric Of D o o r C o u n ty , do h e re b y c e rtif y th a t t h e fo llo w in g law is to b e s u b m itte d to M. v o te o f th e peo p le a t a sp e cin l e le c ­ t io n to be h e ld in th e s e v e ra l c itie s, to w n s,- v illa g e s a n d e le c tio n p re c in c ts • f th e S ta te o f W isc o n sin o n th e first T u e s d a y o f S ep tem b er, 1319, b e in g th e « eco n d d ay o f sa id...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 August 1919

wm m fS s^ fP S ? t l 'H'. t ^ i Vv‘ *’v \" 1 v A',’1:“ Sift* ^ c a package before the war package during the war c a package THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 157 MAN who owns a motor can-be it a big, luxurious limousine or only a little flivver, has at command the itive'instincts, a desire to fare forth like a true adventurer am I of the open country, he, like the Argonauts, can start a little journey into unfamiliar places. He need have no fear of consequences, for the modern automobile is a “Sturdy, . dependable friend. All it asks is gasoline, ahttlelubricating oil, and water. With' , this it goes up hill and down, without fret or worry. The ^wayside brook, or the well on a farm supplies the water, while Oil Company (Indiana). The splendid system of distribution organ- Gompahy (Iridiana) covers every city, town,, and hamlet, and in many cases ' there is a tank and pump beside the little store at the fork of the roads. This complete distribution of its products is one of the c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 August 1919

nwwswimlMidnKK ■ : / ■ . I f See the Airplane Race the Auto Watch the dare devil .feats performed in the aiSr. One of the most spectacular “Stunts” of the Fair is control that science has made pbssible in the handling of airplane and showing trie! might outwit enemy airmen. Every School Child Free on Wednesday See the flying machine as it lands after making a trip direct from Milwaukee. ~ Thursday the Airplane Ract and Maneuvers in the Air. See the Comedy Grand Acrobatic Novelty And Grotesque Comedy Triple Bairs. Both numbers a lot of fun. Two Distinct Acts Daily in front of Grand Stand. in Each person that buys a ticket will be permitted to vote. Get your friends to vote for you. Nominations close Tuesday, September 2nd. ^Election closes Thursdayi September 11th, at noon. The only horse that made a record on half mile track with out a driver., Something- doing every minute. Posi­ tively the bestprogram ever arranged for a DOOR COUNTYFAIR. Wonderful exhibits are assured. Town B...

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 — 29 August 1919

nousej FAR! Unfortunately The Homes and Barns of our rural districts do not enjoy the protec­ tion afforded b y die or our surance against loss or damage. or hay on your farm insured? See us something special to offer. „ ' See Us About Your Fire Insurance! do not dispose of your 19) 9 crop until you have consulted us. We are in a position to quote good figures on your fruit. Phone 300 Fruit Growers Canning Co. i y y t What is the most REAL luxury of the rich ? ? ? ? What is the wisest economy of the poor ? ? ? ? ? The same thing: GOOD BREAD! Bread made from FLOUR In this most staple and valuable of foods, wealth has no advantage. All may enjoy the wholesome, body-building qualities and delicious flavor of this “Autocrat of all Flours.” For even though King Midas is \"The Highest Priced Flour in America I and Worth A ll It Cosh\" the difference in cost is nothing to the difference in quality. STlANE BROS. & WILSON CO. MINNEAPOLIS T h e, Door - Kewaunee Training School opens tor ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 August 1919

BAILEYS HARBOR CANNING CIAJB JHQSUD LAST SATURDAY. W ill Represent Cotthty v A!t Brown Oounty Contcst attd MW Havb Chance To Represent District At the State Ifatr. LASTB0AT9FTHEStASbN At DePere this week the Bail­ eys Harbor Canning Glnfo defeat­ ed the Brown county club and will represent .this district at the State Fair at Milaukee where they will spend the week living at the ' Boys’ and Girls’ Camp at the ex- : pense of the State Pair associa­ tion. Both the Baileys Harbor team and the,New Franken team, which represented Brown county, did excellent work and it was only af­ ter careful consideration of all points that Assistant fitate Club Leader Cooper was enabled to de­ termine the winning team. Florence Hanson Is oaptain of the Baileys Harbor team. Gladys Jorns and Alice Grovogot are the other members. In this district are Brown, Ke­ waunee and Door counties. Ke­ waunee county was not represent­ ed at tile Brown county contest. Goodrich Bock I p Close Sftpt. 4 With i: p...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 September 1919

• - M W r : . VOLUME v / : s ^ ’k : :, 8T0E0E0N BAY ADVOCAT&— CONSOLIDATE!) -BOOB COUNTY DEMOOBAT Historical ’Booing £ $ u tm r n r n NUMBER 5 24 : LARG EST CIRCULATION I S NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER 5 ,1 9 1 9 . Thousands Of People Throng Streets and Public Square Afternoon Labor Day. JUDGE GRAASS S PE A K ER Jndge Graass Speaker Cautioned His Hearers T o Preserve The Ideals F or Which America Gave Her - Soldiers— Mayor Minor and Glen Turner On Program. Athletic Events On Cedar Street. T H E tOlTOCATE ItRINGS ITS ADVERTISERS g o o d n E i t M k ... Organized labor’s committee in charge of the Labor Day program last Monday toiled harder than ever making the occasion a success and their efforts were rewarded with the realization of a job well done. Labor Day was a great day here— the great­ est tim e in the history of labor’s an­ nual holiday in Sturgeon Bay. Thou­ sands of people thronged the streets and the public square where speeches wer...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 September 1919

l*»geTw © Sawyer News. IHHIK fm O N T y ADVOCA s * : MARRIED TWENTY YEARS ly ic n d s Of M r. and Mrs-) M artin H anson Surprise Them On T heir A nniversary. Mr. and Mrs. M artin H anson of H ainesville were m ost pleasantly su r­ prised w ith a party by a num ber of friends last Sunday evening. In the p arty w ere Mr. and Mrs. Ole H alver­ son, Agnes and Oliver H alverson, Mr. and Mrs. W ill Anderson and children, Air. and Mrs. Nels H aglin and son N orm an, Mr. and Mrs. Edw ard Knu- dson and M artin ICnudsou. The occasion w as the tw entieth w edding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. H anson. The party rushed in upon them taking possession of the house a n d the ladies im m ediately w ent \"to w ork decorating the table and spread­ in g it w ith a bo'utiful dinner. A fter all h ad done .their duty a t th e table Edw ard K nndson arose and delivered an address to Mr. and Mrs. H anson,.in a most feeling and sym ­ pathetic way taking the couple back th ru th e tw enty years of- th e ...

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

v . - v ' ' v , ■■■, , ' ' 1* ^ *S * ■ 'ijY?-!, • I t h m r nmtTlinv a r a m r i m a r t f n n n n t f n DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STUBGBOIT BAY, WI&. SEPTEMBERS, 1010. FOR BI6 CORN CROP 1 9 2 0 CHAMPION BUSINESS DIRECTORY A Few Timely Suggestions and Ad­ vice By County Agent W. J Nearling. The ^summer is rapidly drawing to a close and it is again time to think of our seed corn for next year’s crop. Last season a good deal of good.seed corn wfts brought in thru the office of the County Agent, and consequently there are some very fine crops lit many parts of the county. The three most important factors to assure a good yield are: the se lection, curing, and seed testing. These three factors are of vital im­ portance and with the proper careand under average farm conditions, will CAPT. ISABELL GET8 PUBLICITY THRU HIS RECORD AT THE STATE UNIVERSITY. DB. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to , RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. N. N. STRAND ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 September 1919

’ f f ' v DOOR COUNTY APVOCA faj^aTOBGKOW a Big Package of over a pound, net. What are you paying for coffee? ! I $ I I I i $ i I 8 LAXATIVE V o r 1: o t People Th e b a n e of old age 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 gentle action. Chambetlaiits Tablet# “ T ak e it fro m M e” 1 says the Good Judge Wise tobacco chewers long since gotover the big-chew idea. A little chew of this real quality tobacco gives them better satisfaction and they find their chew* ing costs even less. With this class of tobacco, you don’t need a fresh chew so often and you find you’re saving part of your tobacco money'. THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW put up in two styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B GUT i...

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

DOOR COURT? ADVOCATE, BON HAT, WIS County News. HAINESVIL1J3 Mrs. Jacob Hansen returned from Chicago Tuesday. Mr. Curtis Bergsland is spending a few days in Manitowoc. Mrs. Torjson of Wittenberg is now spending her vacation here.' Mrs. S. Haigeland and children left for Chicago last Thursday. Mrs.' Sigmund Solkiem left for Racine last Thursday after having been visiting her home. 1 Elizabeth Hanson has been con­ fined to her home by pneumonia dur­ ing the past week or more. Mies Esther Hansen returned from Superior on Sunday having been em­ ployed there for some time. Mrs. Levenson and Mrs. Beck ac companied by their sister, Miss Lar­ son left for Chicago last week. Mrs. Mary Peterson, who has been assisting at Idlewild Inn, will leave soon for Chicago to enter the Moody Bible Institute. Isaac Bergsland is building an ad­ dition to his barn which will be used as a horse Btable. The present horse stable will be used for dairy cowb. Mr. Bergsland is slowly recovering from a long ...

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 — 5 September 1919

LOCALS -j- Boy Arrives— A nine, pound, bjiy arrived at the home of Mr,|a^d- iSras. Leonard Hunsader, W ednesday’night Sept. 3. . •/', Marriage Licenses — H arry Man- aon, Oak Park, 111., and Elizabeth Carlson, Ellison Bay Robert Seiler, and Pearl Runhard, b o th-of Fish Creek. Rnimnnge Sale—The ladies 6f the Congregational church will'hold.their annual rummage sale on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 25-2G. Watch for further announcement. Moves Ofllee— The home service office of the local Red Cross chapter has been moved from the Cochems building to rooms in the Bank of Sturgeon Bay building. . • . Buys Cochem Residence— C. P. Bassett has purchased the Mrs. M. Cochem residence, corner Sherman and Cottage streets and will improve the property with the addition of a porch to be built on the front of the house. Selling Timber Land — Eighty acres of timber land in Sevastopol is to be sold at auction by its owner. Mike Klotz, at 10 o’clock nest Mon­ day morning. Sept. 7. The timber consists o...

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 — 5 September 1919

p o o r coutir? A dvocate, stc tw e o sb a y , ms., septem tokr 5 ,1010.___________. * 1 Ptige fJERg^NA^IIEN'TI^N Y ^OTES CONOEiliINd' PEOPLE • YOU ^ O W 11 **+i Atty. Joshua L. Johns ol Algoma •was a business visitor in the city on Tuesday. Miss Dorothy Elwell left during the week for Boston, Mass., where \"she will attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lawrence of Forestville were visitors in the city the forepart of the week. Miss Grace Peters returned . to Neenah Tuesday after a weeks’ visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Peters. _ John and William Feuerstein left Tuesday for Chicago after a carload of Victrolas and pianos for their ex­ hibit at the county fair. Rev. Edward Helmich returned during the week from .Minneapolis where, he attended a^€onvention of the Moravian churtftf. Mrs. Wm. Depew, wly had been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kensler, returned to her home in St. Paul last week. L. E. Austin returned to Chicago Tuesday having been here on a visit wi...

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 — 5 September 1919

Remember the September 9-10-11 Also remember that the Barker Lumber&Fuel Co. are headquarters for anything in AFTER THE FAIR come in and talk over your: needs for buildings or repairs to your old buildings. YOURS FOR SERVICE A jA A a A k iA A *. A i A i A a A a A k. A * HHNH Good Luck Emblems The horseshoe and four-leaf clover are good luck emblems, and if you wish for good luck in all your baking use the lead­ ing brands of flour, such as , BIG JOE, GOLD MEDAL, AND CREAM OF WHEAT KRAUSE DAIRY FEED is a good luck brand for the dairy herd as it always fills the milk pail. FEED—HAY—STRAW—SALT ing Co. F. P. Bushman, Mgr. Lumber Carrier Goes To Pieces Off Holland, Mich,— Crew of Six Men and a Woman Saved. After having been in the lumber trade for nearly thirty years, during which time she had on numerous oc­ casions escaped being wrecked 1) ‘the skin of her teeth,” the old barge Delta cf the Hamilton Transporta­ tion Co., Chicago, dias finally given up the ghost and henceforth he...

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

DOOB COUNTS* ADVOCATE, 87UROBON BAY, . W ig.. SEPTEMBER 5 , 1910. T»g» B M m '. 5 c a package before the war c a package during the war ■c a package THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! & 137 From Four Feet to Four Wheels r A ’H E , retail merchant’s sphere I of usefulness is sharply de- fined by his ability to make prompt delivery. In the days before motor trucks came into general use, his progress was measured, not by his vision, initiative or merchandizing ability, but Jby the speed and endurance of horse flesh. With the automobile and truck came a constantly widening field of activity— quicker deliveries were possible. A wid­ ened service meant more and better satis­ fied customers and the merchant was able to expand his business to the utmost. The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has been an important factor in making this expansion possible. By anticipating the demands for gasoline and lubricating ( oil, it waS prepared to supply these necessa^r'products to merchants, e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 September 1919

FOR THE t 'V §► rnM m rn % 10 and IITTTtTtTT THREE DAYS OF FUN AND PLEASURE A . . ' ■' 'v i ' „ . . ' v V - ' . - - . - . - ’- I Tues., Entry Day Judge Day-Wed.-AII Children Free Thurs., Pay Day - %t f I T T T f t I f % 1 The airplane will arrive W ednesday after­ noon direct from Milwaukee. Be sure and let the children see it. Thursday, all kinds of air stunts and . race w ith Brownie the speed king in his automobile the Gold Bug. ci Free acts before the grandstand W ednes­ day and Thursday. See the Lone Pacer both days unharnessed and undriven. $ 1600 in prizes for the horse races. This year Supt. Spalsbury has got some-of the fast­ est horses in the State entered You are going to see the speediest races ever driven on this half-mile track. The exhibit of farm m achinery will be un­ surpassed. Over one hundred concessions of various kinds are expected on the grounds. W e are also endeavoring to get some side-shows and other attractions. The finest dairy \"herds will h e e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 September 1919

b o o b 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 ia .. S e p t e m b e r s , io k l / P a g e B le w miiiiftisiiU INSURANCE NAH . ■tw a iQ iia w i ■ REAL. ESTATE AND LOANS * STURGEON BAY.WIS.' Unfortunately The Homes and Barns of our rural districts do not enjoy the protec­ tion afforded b y the fire departments or our cities and towns, hence the greater need of in­ surance against loss or damage. Is the grain or hay on your farm insured? See us we have something special to offer. See Us About Your Fire Insurance! £♦ J k I ? T i t = T t T T T T f ♦ » T T T t ♦ Apple and Plum Growers do not dispose of your 1919 crop until you have consulted us. are in a position to quote on your r ** ' •' T’.1 '■ ' Phone 300. \"f- f * H S ' r ■ - ■ , | Fruit Growers Canning Co. ❖ r*ror*t economy The sam e thing: GOOD BREAD! Bread made from FLOUR In this most staple and valuable of foods, wealth has no advantage. All may enjoy the wholesome, body-building qualities...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 September 1919

'■'■r , *' * “s DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 5, 1010. (F irst P ublication Sept/. 6, 1919—w6) ' Statfe :.o t W isconsin, • C ircuit • Court, D oor C ounty: i-'//1, V'! ,: Chriatlpe Miller, M aty ,Mint*, arid H a rriy 'T io n e n b e c lts ^ i^ la ln H ^ s • , . t’.i ■■ ■. / H i v s . ■■ E. I’litorson, Ajjhes NclnOri, Ju lia Muqh), .Christ' Nelson, B arnoy Nelson, Olftffi' Nelson, N clsio'N elson. A rthu r H ollenbeck, E lvira K ra m e r, C rystal H ittm an n , and all o th e r h eirs a t law of Evfc’i' Nelson. deceasod-—D efendants. , The S tate of W isconsin to th e said iD efendants and each o f them : You a re hereby sum m oned to. appear w ith in tw enty, (20) days a fter th e serv­ ic e o f th is A m ended Summons, exclusi ve of th e day of service,^and defend the abovo en titled action in the court aforo- said, and in case of your failure so to do. judg m ent w ill be rendered again st you according to the ’dem and of the A m ended Com pla...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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