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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

H R. Holand tells of enterprising Michigan farmers who own and op­ erate their own railroad: Northport, Mich. The. question that the people of Northern Door County is most In-: terested in is: When shall we get a railroad and can it be made to pay? , Leelanau County,. Mich.,: which, is similarly situated to Door County, but not nearly, so' prosperous, has not only a.railroad but it has.two, Taoth of which are profitable business xihdertakingB. The longer of these two lines is owned by tho farmers of that region and they tell me they would not be without it for-ten times what It cost them. Leelanau County, Michigan, is poor County’s next door neighbor to the east, being only 60 miles distant across Lake Michigan. Yet so in­ accessible is it from Door County, that the average resident of Door County knows as little about this part of Michigan as he does about some county in Georgia. As there are several things about Leelanau County which it may prove helpful for the people of Door C...

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 — 17 October 1919

IWWW (XtUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS,, OCTOBER *7, 1010. Important Events of the Week Around the Badger State. Griffith Richards, Kenosha county agricultural agent, resigned to become a ssistan t professor of soils nt th e Uni­ versity of W isconsin Nov. 1. Fred A. K nauf has received til*, •commission as postm aster o f fiheboy- gsnu Mr. Ivnauf was superintendent o f m alls and has been in th at post of- ■ffice m any years. The Oconto county board of super­ visors authorized th e rebuilding of the 'county jail by a state inspector .who :said it was \"the w orst building of its 3iind in the state.\" A fter serving for 22 years as super­ in te n d e n t of the state home for the feeblem inded a t Chippewa Falls, Dr. -A. W. W alworth resigned to the state Thoard of control on account of advanc­ i n g age. Following announcem ent weeks ago ’■of the forthcoming m erger of the First N atio n al and Neenah State banks, at /Neenah, directors of the. institutions lisssued a sta...

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 — 17 October 1919

* / } i K K m O O V llT V A D V O C A T K arnT K O fO O N B A T . .. W tA . OCTOBER 17,1919. V » g » BUSINESS DIRECTORY * N 111 1 1 1 M 1 M W H H H Wt. JBRRMTAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia - 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. N. N. STRAND O p t o m e t r i s t SAWYER,-WIS. DR. R. A. WOERFEL DENTIST Across street from Drug Store SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON M tee Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. ADOLPH C. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drag Store. SAWYER, WIS. Sale of *u » 1*1017 For Turn of 1016. A ll p e rs o n s I n te r e a t e d a r * h e re b y n o -' t i f d t h a t th e following t r a c ts a n d lo ta o fi'ela n d r e m a in in g u n re d e e m e d i n th e office o f th e C o u n ty T r e a s u r e r o f D o o r C o u n ty , W is c o n s in , a t th e C o u rt H o u se in th e C ity o f S tu r g e o n B a y fro m ta x e s o f 1916. a n d t h a t o p p o s ite th e d e s c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

It's the Entil The Finish! The It’s ’die Greatest Merchandise Slaughter ever Attempted in Door County* — A B “$£& The Dreutzer Go. Mast Vacate the **»- .: •â–  . 7& At Once! fcUAA,--- . • . • ./0 v - IT’S LEASED! 'U ’S!*' ^Sr. £&*■'’ 12£jj2S-2t&ra Leased and We Must Give Possession As Soon As Possible■fee DREUTZER COMPANYb?«ji /itl & Every Dollar's Worth of IheKolberg Slock THE most to tin g price wrecking event this section has ever known. Entire stock from wall to wall, cellar to garret must and w iffli? sold. Time and space will not permit the quoting of the many thousand bargains. Everything on sale, everything must go. Regard­ less o^ what your requirements may be, you now have the opportunity to supply them at a saving of 30 to 60 per cent. This is indeed a rare chance to save and you will surely be blind to your own best interests if you fail to take advantage of this sale to the very ut­ most We have no choice in the matter. We have leased the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

Regular $5.001ace calf blucher cut Bdgoltf-,$5.00 butlon and lace, black or tan /f K v. ...................... .orx.**!? Regular$7.501aee calf, black or tan 17K Regular $8.5d lace, black or tan $6.65 Regular $8.75 lace, tan only $6.75 Regular$io.501ace, tan only ' £*7 Q K * * * ' TO CLOSE OUT COMPLETELY. Regular $5.50 Work Shoes to close ou t,? a t ^ i . . . . . • • ........ .. • • • • • • • Begular $6.50 Work Shoes, for fast selling at....i'..Tfi\\.. -.v. .............. Regular $9tf|9 high top laced boots at • . . * .$4.98 $6.45 ^LADIES’ SHOES at about h alf w hat others are asking. Regular $4.00 Ladies ’ Dress Shoes closed out ^ 2 0 5 Regular $4.50 Ladies' Dress Shpes closed out • Regular $5.00 Ladies’ Dress Shoes closed our r.-’-.at . . . . • . ...... Regular $5.5(|jjadies’ Dress Shoes closed but \\ \\ |^at .:v'...ii ............... k v4fegular $7.(j6^adies Dress Shoes closed ou t1 ~ at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • ........... Regular $...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

door o o tn m A o m m BAT, W B., OCTOBER IT, 1*19. 5 5 c a package before the war c a package during the war 5 c a package THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 157 What Is Big Business? B U S IN E S S ,: be it ^ or little, is production and distribution of com­ modities and service. ^ . The size of a business is measured by the service it renders the public, and regardless of the capital invest­ ed, it never can become Big Busi­ ness unless its output of useful service is great. The Standard Oil Company (Indi­ ana) is classified with big busihess, aiid it deserves to be, for from the day of its organization the goal to­ ward which every effort has been directed has been to render a Use­ ful service to the public at large. Originally the purpose of the Company was to manufacture and sell an illuminating oil of superior quality, but as the years have passed the Company has been able to take a wide range of other use­ ful products from crude petroleum, and has made them available...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

POOB OOUNT* ADViiCilTR, 8T1TR0B05 BAT. WI&, More Economical Titan Better for Health A table drink made “quick as a wink” by placing a spoohful in a cup, then adding hot 'water, and sugar and cream to taste. “ There’s a Reason for POSTUM Mide by- Postum Cereal Company Battle Creek, Mich. Sold by Grocers and General Stores No Raise in Price IT’S NOT YOUR HEART IT’S YOUR KIDNEYS K idney disease la no resp ecter of per- aons. A m ajo rity of th e ills afflicting people today can be traced back to kidney trouble. T h a kid neys sure th e m ost im p o rtan t o rg an s of th e body. They a re th e tlte re rs . th e purifiers, of y ou r blood. ' S id n ey disease Is u su ally Indicated b y w eariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stom ach tro u ­ b le . p ain In loins an d lo w er abdom en, g all stones, gravel, rheum atism , sciatica s a d lum bago. All these derangements are nature’s signals to warn yon that the kidneys ~ * help. Ton should use GOLD UU Haarlem O...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

IHfOK OUVST* ADVOCATE. Pari . ,Vt: vTt '* C/ DORA H. MOLLAN Coj?yrtght,19lO, by the McClure News­ paper Syndicate.) Just a tiny bit of Connecticut’s Irregular coast line snuggled between itwbTrocky ledges. A narrow crescertt o f glistening white sand stretched be­ tween curling blue waters and weath­ erbeaten board walk.' Asofrilap-lni*- pltig. of tiny , waves. The shrieks of circling sea gulls. The distant chug- chug of engines as an Ragle boat, closely followed by a submarine, «tnerged from the near-by harbor. It w as/the first day of spring, pie dqul- nbsr* but there was nothing to Indicate th e wild upheaval of nature, that had preceded and made this miracle of a day possible but some scattered debris o f ‘the deep, long curls of brown sea­ weed, queer shells and creatures strewn over the sand. A blind man reclined on a steamer •Chair on the broad veranda of one of dlie many .cottages which lined the sboard walk. He listened Intently and -from the sounds he heard tried to r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 October 1919

, W#[*OfJHE^«riiiieiital Farm ' ' ° B U ^ W n e d . e r* d e p a r t m e ^ T h e a d h e r e : Dean Bosaeli ol BtjU*Coll,*e Vleite Farmers andHeaVs Their Troub- f ^ - leo-~GroPwNat AaGood As . Fwmwjy nr* f t r t fflMtton ( Problem—-F«» Mo tit Rains . ‘ A - ' . ' to lw * y . ^ 'Problems o fD oor county farmers are'm ore numerous than, the layman ‘* would fancy, but It required but two : 'or. three days for Bean Bussell, head . of th e department of agriculture, and ■ Prof, J. Jones of the department, to 1 determine that nearly every farmer ■ in* the county has some, problem or . other which is/bothering him and which dan be set rig h tly .th e Experl- •â–  mental Farm which the state is to ^establish' in Peninsula P art. Bean Russell ,and Prof. Jones re* : ■ turned . to Madison /Saturday/ after ' spending severaldays visiting among the farmers of: , the county from W ashington' Island to’ the'county's most southern extremetles and also visiting among the residents of the - ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 October 1919

U *\\ )V% EON BA wM,' '■ ■ ' . V t o w M i n -eH . Mrs. Edward Ackerman was among the Green Bay callfers Wednesday. Pred and William Marcelle left on .\"Tuesday for • Marquette, MletiV to work In a machine shop. Miss Kate Aelears is here from Milwaukee visiting h e r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Aelears. Harvey Darling was hero from For- •estville Saturday and his wife was •over visiting friends on Wednesday. Mrs. Herman Breuss, of Racine, Is here to visit her mother, Mrs. Henry Heilmans, of Nasewaupee, who has been quit 111 for some time past. Mre. Phillip Dehos,' who has been -suffering from gall*, stones, !b im­ proving and there are now hopes or h e r recovery without an operation. Mrs. Henry Heilmann, of Sawyer, was taken to Green Bay Monday for -an operation at St. Vincente hospital. She was accompanied by Mrs. Ashley •Cofrin. James Riley, of, Little Sturgeon, was in town Monday and reports that there have been an unusually large number of wild geese in the bay this fall an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 October 1919

NOTICE OE DISCONTINUANCE OF LIGHTS AND WESTER BOUYAGE. Lights In Sturgeon Bayand. Green May rTo Continue Until Last Trip of Carferries. Lighthouse. inspector lo r ' this\" \"dis-* trict has issued the following stated ment of discontinuance- of lights, fog signals, light .vessels for thq winter, (,.. and notice of winter bouyage:: , . MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN. ? ? Straits of Mackinac, Lake M ic h ir gan, and Green Bay—The Lights and fog signals at the following named stations will he discontinued for the winter season at. sunrise on dates specified, except Cana lsland, PilotTs- land, Plum Island, poverty Island, • Manlstique, Soul= Choix, Pointo, Old Mackinac Point, Beaver Island Har­ bor and Charlevoix Pierhead, which ,' will, be maintained, so long as: requir- ed for navigation purposes: • S t Helena, Dec. 10: White Shoal, Dee. 10: Squaw Island, Dec. 10 He •. Attx Galets, Dec. 10 Beaver iBland, Dec, 20 . Little Traverse,’ Dec.' 20 North Manitou Island, when passage . east of the .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 — 24 October 1919

I News of Interest Gathered by The Advocate's Reporters , Horn—A non to Sir.' and'Mra. Al­ bert Grelsen, Sunday, .Oct, 19. Meeting of Sewing Society-—1The . Rebekah Sewing Society -will meet at ‘til® home ot -Mira . Emma Anderson oa Tuesday of. neii week. •taPhiM n—Miss Vera Keith of : - this city was recently pledged in tlie Greek letter society, Phi Mu at \"'Lawrence, College. ' Wants Bishea Returned—Members - o t the Rebekah lodge request that diBhes borrowed from the lodge room kitchen be returned A recent in- ■rantory revealed the fact that many dishes were missing. Deceased Soldier: 'Bohns— Blaiik r* forms for relatives !ot deceased sol- i~\" dlera and explanation of method. 'of ^collecting the soldiers’ bpnus.of, ?10 - a month may* be obtained, a t., the Merchants Exchange Bank. Jodge Bnys Cig*uP8-r-County Judge - Jacob Dehos 'has been' handing oat cigars at the court fconse this week. • theoccaslon being the arrival of a V baby girl at the home if his dangh- - - tsr^lBrs...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 October 1919

t t i s t ^ a a l t i t i l oooBoomrnr mhi'v.:v-A,.._».-. »^M., '.WaT v - r v t : ^ A V- “ . HMMMP^maaWM I M O | I M » l # l lt »» S*fo '.*,' Y O U KNOW illfEWBYNOTEfiOONOKBNINO , i » i i « » m » « U « m i m I « i i » ^ t » * » » » * i » » ij* li'» i» M « m m i / ’ •J fl. H. Newman of Algoina was a - ' motorist In the city Monday,, coming over on business. i ,- - ' - Y / Mrs. W. A. Sanderson returned 'on • ■' .. Saturday from' Appleton, where she ? had been visiting 4w in* the week. Mrs. John 'Armbrust hsS retained h«me. after a five weeks visit with • friends and relatives in Milwaukee. 'V Melvin- Larson, manager of the Sturgeon Bay Fruit Package com- ‘ pany/was'a businepa visitor- at Greten Bay, Saturday.* ' V. Grover Elchinger of Brussels was a bushmss visitor in the, city Monday, Y naming’In-to join the local’ post of the American legion. ^ | M ath.PSfterof the'towinbf Jackt sooport/-was in .the city ^ Monday r oh ' . business and attended the meeting of...

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 — 24 October 1919

h 1-y '‘W 1 EPHRAIM HAS E OFFICERS Herbert li. Peterson 1 President H. E. Stedman Vice-President Jno. Boler Cashier DIRECTORS John B. Davis Eugene Simon Oust Forland John A. Pahl Leathern D. Smith C. S. Smith B.C. Thorp Is the result of many causes, but if the first dollar out of America's pay en- velopes were to go into savings instead of into more or less unnecessary arti­ cles, production would soon’reach a high level, and prices would tend, auto- : matically to drop. \" .' More than ever must thrift and econ­ omy he practiced. As during war­ time, wasteful habits. must be over­ thrown. v Let there be concerted action: Begin this week. The dollar saved will open a savings account. Door Coiinty State Bank First Village Election M ata*\\F. Hog* . eifeon President gad. O. M. 01»on Supervisor. Incorporated Ephraim held its first election Monday andtlie village elect­ ed F. Hogenson ’ae president. , The election was a quiet affair devoid of any contest h^t for the office of supÂ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 October 1919

— \"*— ~\" ~7~:\"r~ .. ....... f L , *** ootmrr advocate, atimaslbit sAY, ma., october24, m o. v m v w .. BUSINESS DIRECTORY ♦ H U H Dfc. JEREMIAH BOtffOVAK Practice Limited to RECTAL DHHAflHS Local Anesthesia . 1404 Majestic Bonding MILWAUKEE, T O . N.N.STBAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A. WOEEFEL DENTIST Across stre e fe ^ ^ ^ ^ u g Store SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CUMIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. ADOLPH 0. WOERPEL OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. HARRY' W. BLAKEFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 154-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER . Office In Door County State Bank Building STURGEON BAY, WIS. E. 0. HUMKE, M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. Office In Graef Bldg. Offioe Phone 388. Res. Phone 388-2. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Drs. Fairfield, Bartran & Co. CLINIC BUILDING DR. W. E. FAIRFIELD Surgery. [ DR. W. E. LEAPBR Obsterics, Diseases of Women, Heart ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 October 1919

5 c a package before tbe war 5 5 c a package during tbe a ir c a package NOW . ::V.. v'- :. r-. r THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE. PRICE! T h e C hanging World 'APOLEQN is quoted as hav­ ing said, “Right is on the side of the heaviest artillery.” In other words that might makes right. &(>■ ■’•â– v .\".-V This cynical remark was Characteristic of the age in which he lived, and ex­ pressed the thought which dominated the world for many years after his death. But a change has come over the world which has turned the whole thought of mankind into more wholesome, construc­ tive channels. Where formerly he who had the power exploited his fellows, today the dominant idea is service and helpfulness. In business particularly, is this idea apparent. Today only those business institutions which render to the public a definite, specific 'service can hope to survive the changed ideals of the world. The Standard Oil Company (Indian^) is bending every effort to conduct its affairs i...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 October 1919

I I 1' .. 1 S # P » G HELPED HIM m HE TOOK ^ A S U O - GADrS TWESCTWO POVNM. ' ?■'- „ r r. tonic-nutrient properties, daily helps tens^pf thousancU torenewed strength. Those who are fearftd or rundown in fa ftt^ sAoold'ciie eJW me^ that: Help build pp a healthy rmetence. _NSrir«y and refitted to W M n M M tto O h » |MnBl(e of parity and paUUbUity niuarpaued. -Scttt-a Bowse, BtoMifltM.K,}.. ' l24 Si-fit-' B. THE INSURANCE MAN « REAU ESTATE STURGEON BAY.WIS Only a Few Days and a Few Dollars Are Required To Secure A Fire Insurance Policy which in the event of the burning of y o u r home, would provide the means- of rebuild-: ing and refurnishing it complete. iFire Is a Ruthless Destroyer Fire Insurance ’ a Sure Restorer! BalfeyrHsHxW M*n M snicdA t U* sUtate^Aaotlie^WeddtiiKltt The Village. Walter Hien of this village and Miss MaryRtaode of Institute were marrled at the St. Peter and Paul church at 'Institute, last Tuesday morning. A dinner was served to the relatives after which...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 October 1919

' „ ** a ,'x i,k 'iJI,i i ' r ^ ' M ^ h * « » N ofte fiMrbflor ftftach v ''ftlfr«i*~*Bt*. vfteir. Y q B e R o - - fio ilt— Other 'Goafeaef*. With, the arrival her& yesterday of th e steadier Pere Marquette No. 4 and the. steamer Sidney VQ. Neff, and- the closing o i other contracts for repairs and Tebuild o f ships, a n d 'w ith - the w orkoij th eship pingb qard contracts . to be cdm plet^,: the Sipith shipyard promises to be a busy plane this winter. • T h e former passenger steamer and package.' freighter Marquette was brought in by the Neff. Niaw decks and considerable outside planking w ill be put in the Marquette ,, and' other Work done about the £6at..The Neff is to be converted from a lum- -bbr carrier to a package freighter and w ill have outside cabins put on. Measurements tor ih e 'y q r k ' of re ­ ft building the Hoff were taken yester­ day and th e boat left to make a couple of trips while the Smith yard Is getting out the material to be re­ quired. Both boa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

- 2 5v \"-,V. : - i d Waters of Green Bay Take Two ^ More Men Who Followed ' Dangerous Occupation. f a t h e r a m $ m m m Body -of -Hiram Cornell Fonnd ? in Harbor. - Reward o f ${SO Offered By Rel- -: -bttves For Body of Jerome ‘ ' Conidl—Dtowned Last - 'A' Saturday. \" lives while lifting nets outside Fish (Sleek between Frying Fan shoal and Jack Island, were formerly, residents of Washington Island. Hiram lived hero nearly his entire life. He mar­ ried Stena Anderson of this place and while they lived in West Harbor adopted two fine little boys, Guy and Jerome. After Mrs. Cornell died the boys remained with their father. Mr. Cornell later married ^Jennie Peder- Bon, a daughter of Captain and Mrs. Pederson of Detroit Island. There are fbe small children and the wife to mourn the loss of a devoted fath­ er. The double tragedy has cast a gloom over, the Island. There are many relatives here, . and many friends, who will miss Hiram Cor­ nell and his son, Jerome. rFlSH CREEK.—Reoo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

Sawyer News. Mrs. C. B. Harting was n callor at 'Forestville Saturday. Mrs. Harry Jindra went to Maple- ^wood Sdtufday to visit friends. Sylvester Laviolette made a busl- -Tiess trip to Green Bay Monday. Charles Bohn was a caller at Green Bay the latter part of the week. Rev. F. Schumann made a busi­ ness trip to Appleton the latter part of last week. Walter Preuss, of Racino, arrived here the fore part of the week to visit relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heald wont to Algoma Saturday to visit their numerous friends. Misses Amanda Anderson andMar- »■ tha Berg took their departure for Chicago last Saturday* Rev, C. Michaelson went to Man­ itowoc Monday on business connect­ ed-with the Norwegian Lutheran church. Carl Nelson, John McTaggert and Herman Witte left Monday for Man­ itowoc where they will work in the •ship yard. A car load of flour was received this week from Greiling-Innes, of 'Green Bay, which was distributed -among local dealers. The office in Pete...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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