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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 November 1919

POOR OOCNTY ADVOCATE, STUBQEOM BAY, ^ I B , NOVEMBER S !. 1010. WWIWtWI I ******* » »IWI 3®«S inSWSYNOTfeS „ ._ M PK(PLB|* KNOW r/:, ***** Dr. H. C. Sibree was at Green Bay M| business first ofteweek. ferry Jerabeck of Algoma was a I basiness visitor In the city .Thurs­ day of last week. Carl Riemer of Milwaukee who kaa been employed a t the Hotel Swoboda the last two 'months has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Griffin left on- Thursday for Medford, Wis,, to visit their son Richard and family for a couple of months. ■A. Risinger and family left Mon­ day for iron River, Wis., to visit relatives and incidentally to permit Arnold to bunt deer. W, A. Lawrence, W. E. Gaede and George Washburn returned Satur­ day from Milwaukee where they had b^ehT\" in attendance at a Masonic Meeting. ' John Landln, one of the pioneer residents of Ellison Bay, and his •(M S John and Stanley, were in the •tty on business on Wednesday and fayored this office with a call. J. G. Ollinger o t the Fr...

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 November 1919

Pag* Eight DOOR OOUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WI9.. NOVEMBER 21, 1919. Jumpy, Irritable, Frazzled Nerves— whencausedby coffee—are help­ ed to become normal, healthy nerves, whenachange ismade to Instant Postum This wholesome table beverage with a rich aromatic, coffee­ like flavor is deliciously satisfy­ ing, economical, and respects both health and pocketbook. Made by Postum Cereal Company Battle Creek, Michigan Sold by Grocers and General Stores A P r o m in e n t Statesm an Speaker Clark is a typical American of the class which really accomplishes something worth while. As a hoy he had high ideals, and as he grew to manhood he developed the ability to make these ideals come true. He believes, as we do, th at THRIFT is necessary to success, and while he is called by his friends, “The soul of liberality,” he has never neglected to protect himself against the proverbial “rainy day.” You can be sure that the “rainy day\" will come. Sometimes it comes to us all but, if you will st...

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

BOOB COUNT! ADVOCATE. BTURGEONBAY. WI3.t NOVEMBER 21,1919. T O YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Almost any man will tell yon that Sloan’s Liniment means relief' Pv practically every man has used • who has suffered from rheumatic OThcs, sorendss of muscles, stiffness of m ots, the results of weather exposure. Women, too, by the hundreds of thousands, use it for relieving neuritis, feme backs, neuralgia, sick headache. Clean, refreshing, soothing, economi­ c s , quickly effective. Say “Sloan's Liniment” to your druggist Get it today. -35c. 70c, $1.40 Tomorrow Alright V s& 8zin'*». Your Braccist EM U, H . H ID E ’S d r u g s t o r e Automobile Radiators Repaired have secured the neces- Kury modern equipment br the repair of automo- rile radiators and am pre- iared to gives quick and .tisfactory service. W o r k Guaranteed Otto Schoeller P l u m b e r 8 S. Cedar St., Sturgeon Bay. Why Pay $12.50 for Pocahontas when you can buy C o a l ^ of Q u a l i t y for $10.' from 0. A. Green , Phon...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 November 1919

V f Ten p o o r o o pn ty a d v o c a t e , stu r o b o r ba v , w i8H No v e m b e r a i, m e . 5c a package before the war 5c a package during the war 5 c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! -J.-r ’ ' 6 ■ 157 ?\".' &v Service Through Organization THE only difference between big business and little business lies in the number of units of effort and the character of ser­ vice rendered. The laboring man is in business for himself. He renders a service by selling his time, energy and skill. Big business is the grouping together of a gy reat many units to render a greater service co-ordinating the efforts of the individuals ! and selling the results of their combined time, energy and skill. Up to a few years ago the general public did not understand the ideals of service underly­ ing big business. What it did not understand at distrusted and naturally condemned. When the Allies decided to organize-their armies on the basis of big business—for a common service—they...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 November 1919

POOR COUNTY AD VOCATB., STURGEON BAY, WIR. NOVEMBER S I, 1019. Dr. King’s New Discovery | v soon starts you on the road to recovery ^NCE tried, always used. That’s a trite expression, but one never more applicable than it is to Dr. King’s New Discovery. Ypu will like the prompt, business­ like way it loosens the plilegm-congest- ed chest, soothes the tortured throat, relieves an old or a new cold, grippe* cough, croup. The kiddles can take it in perfect safety, too. No had after-effects. Standard half a century. 60c. and -11.20 a bottle. At. your druggist (First Publication Nov. 7, IS IS —-wS) Notice 76 Prove WHI n l Notice To Creditor*. State of Wisconsin, County C ourt Door County:—In Probate. In Re E state o f Charles Magnette, de­ ceased. Notice is' hereby given, th a t a t the R egular Term of said Court to be held on the first Tuesday of December, A.D. 1919, a t the Court House in the City of Sturgeon Bay, County bf Door, and State of Wisconsin, there w ill be heard and cons...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 November 1919

SESSION ENDS {Continued from page 1.) of the county willing and anxious to assist and co-operate with her In ,®v- u-ry way possible. in the county are 5,474 boys and girls of school age, 4 to 20 years, of. whom 2,984 are enrolled in schools. There were 61 school children who were neither absent nor tardy during the school year. Of the 82 teachers engaged hut 8 are Then. Miss Conley said that there was a shortage in teachers thruout the state and th at this county was for­ tunate in having the Door-Kewaunee Training school as a source of sup­ ply of teachers. She recommended that bettor salaries bo paid in order to keep the best teachers. She ad­ vised school hoards to keep, their best teachers as long as they could. The majority of the teachers of th e county are receiving $75 a month, ■several receive $90 and one teacher receives $100. Total receipts of all county schools for the year are $118,015. Report of P air Association. In the report of the Door County P a ir associati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

, VOLUME 5 8 ST0E5EON BAY ADVOCATE-----CONSOL IDATED— DOOE COUNT? DEMOCRAT SiatoFleal Booms V: MAOISOH WIS NUMBER 36 'ry :^ j i -d~aee • ■ ■■ L A R G E S T C tB C D U T IO a 'W H O R T H E A 8T E R IV W ISCO N SIN S T U R G K O J i B A Y , W I S ., F R I D A Y , N O V E M B E R 2 8 . 1 9 1 9 . „„ . 'i ,.,.K.-Ar,v,W TATK b r in g s IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R B n f H S l Exclusive of Locality Tax Door County Must Pay $43,000 More Than Last Year. CITY R A H ABOUT $ 3 .3 3 CJonnty Board Omits- $23,000 For New Federal Trunk Line Which Will Be Furnished By State And Charged With State Taxes Next Year Because it was feared that the le­ gal tax limit of three and one-half per cent in thecity of Sturgeon Bay would be exceeded whenthespecial charges, school tax and other items -were added to the county budget,the bounty board in adopting thebudget , last Friday omitted the $25,000 which the state had ordered the co­ unty to raise, as its share toward r.he new Federal trunk line ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

Sawyer News. P. J. Pies returned home Monday Irom Rochester, Minn., and Racine. Miss Emma Anderson was called to these trees this tall mostly of the smaller sizes from four to six feet. The auxilllary schooner ChrlBtiana arrived here the fore part of the week from Marinette with a cargo of lumber for Puller Goodman Co. S. C. Hayward brought the craft Luxemburg Saturday to act as nurse aCj.0Sg the bay and -if the weather for a sibk. person. will permit the craft will be run to Capt Ed. Bebeau, who was home Chaudoir’s pier in the town of Gard- for a few days visiting his family, ner where Puller Goodman Co. have went to Green Bay Monday. |\"a branch yard. A vessel Is expect- Miss Ruth Jacobs entertained the ed here from Marinette with several Older Girls class of the Moravian hundred thousand feet of lumber for church at her home Tuesday evening, this firm and this will no doubt end Clarence Kelson returned to Green ‘ Bay Monday afternoon after spend­ ing the week end here with his f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURfSEONRAY, WTR.. NOVEMBER 2 8 , 1910. y™ „ M@SI€f t k e 1‘n n n t t i ^ 00’00° : R ussia $18,000,000,000 b l l l l l l l j H U V u t a l C lta ly . $13,000 000 000 the U nited Entered at, the T’ostofilce a t Sturgeon S tates §32,000 000 000 Belgium, Door Bay, W is., as sccorid-class m atter, P ublished By (J -or County viinJistung Company In c o rp o ra te d . E v ery F rid ay a t S turgeon B ay, W is. H. J. SANDERSON, M gr. A ddress all com m unications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 p e r Year. Jap an and th e sm aller nations, $16 000,000,000 total, $133,000,000- 000. The to tal cost to th e C entral powers was $63,000,000,000. The g rand total was $196,000,000,000. •Por the United States it represented an expendituer of $1,000 000 000 an hour day and night for two years R 6R A X KING IN C O U R T LAXATIVE People In ordering addreM chnngei|.theold iT well n» the nevr address should be glvco FORMKR You “ cannot eat your cake and ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

Storm Arid Low Prices Make . Gloomy Outlook For Some Fishermen. iA M A G E S IN THOUSANDS X e a tlf E very F ish erm an 'W ith Gaso- lin e O utfit In C ounty Loses T w enty T o T h irty Boxes of N ets W hile P rice o f th e C heaper F is h Goes W ay Down. T h e storm of November 10 is des­ cribed by local m arine m en as th e ■worst since th e “A lpena\" storm 38 years ago when th e steam er A lpena w ent down w ith all on hoard. T he sto rm last week was general th ru - o u t th e lakes. Fisherm en of this region suffered thousands of dollars’ dam age th e resu lt of th e storm . I t is estim ated th a t Door connty fisher­ m en alone suffered dam ages to th e e x ten t of $15,000 in tw ine besides to e loss of th e ir lifts. Fishing op­ erations have been entirely sus­ pended since th e blow. Pound n et and gill net. fisherm en w ere h it th e hardest. On the G reen B ay w est shore th e loss was large. W ashington Island fisherm en w ith s e ts in Green bay seemed to have e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

Stove Polish g § ^ ^ ^ S 3S6t lilS *••*» fonr time* as long t OKBottf polish-*) It saves yoctime work andmooey. Don't for*et—wbcn ym the best storepoHsh m o ever EixMyocrdealerffill] refund yoarinoMy. BUkU Sd kS h M * Poluh Worlci, Sterling, fflinoU. _ th e Bhck SUk Air Dryta. iron Krudel an in te r, m • fstoo, »toTe-pipt3, aod «oto- n » M la ttrorfma. Prtrent. ntettng. Try it. . PteBtatfc Silk Metal Fol- lefa fopeiirerwnro, nickel .tto- wy e .c t bran. ’= lt7 » £ £ i otsllr nnd leavSa brtlllaat enrfeeo. It b n no equal roruaouoautaraobUea^ G et a [TODAY w w » BUSINESS DIRECTORY wwi Mini n w w w w OB. JKWEKTAH DONOVAN Practice Lim ited to RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE}, WIS. N. H. STEAM) * O p t o m e t r i s t SAWYER, WIS- OB. B. A. WOEBFEL DENTIST Across street, from Drug Store SAWYER, WIS. OB. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Afes Tested, Glasses Prope...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

W M m * ™ *.K pOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1B„ NOVEMBER jW^ 1918. j *j £ . NEWSY SHORT NOTES News of Interest Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporters i f 1 1 h i t t t i j t t i t r t t r h i i t * i t t t * t * * * »***■■» • • ■'** *****■* \"T w in s— Tw in calves w ere b o m «m th e f r a n k K ester farm h e a r Saw­ y er T hanksgiving m orning. C hurch Supper^—Don’t forget the sap p er to be given by th e M oravian ladies Aid on W ednesday, Dec. S. W om an’s Club M eeting— The W o­ m an’s Club w ill m eet this F riday af­ te r noon a t 2:30. A social w ill also b e bold in connection w ith the m eet­ ing. E a rly ' S kating— Skating on the L ittle L ake has been indulged in by th e young folks during th e past two. w eeks, although it h as been none too safe. However, th e present cold sn ap w ill m ake it perfectly safe from now on. B oys F ru it Farm -c-T he fru it farm owned by Avery B irm ingham locat­ ed in Sevastopol, - h as been sold to Jo h n and V era...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

•' I DOOlt COtlNTY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 28, 1910. m m m m I I t M I t W I r v? w®$ \"If i! PERSONAL M ENTION: i : NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW Lester Leitl is home from Osh­ kosh Normal for a few days. , Mrs. Jos. Root of Fish Creek .was a Sturgeon Bay visitor Friday. ' John Corboy spent Thanksgiving Bay at his -old home in .Oconto. • Bernard LaMere made a business trip to Milwaukee during the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brower spent Thanksgiving at their old home in Green Bay. Theodore Hanson, who is attend­ ing the state-university is home for Thanksgiving. Gabriel Hopp is home from St. Norherts college for the Thanksgiv­ ing vacation. Andrew Tollifson who 'has been sailing on the steam er George King is home for a visit. : Edwin J. Falck left Wednesday Iter is home in Depere to spend Thanksgiving. - Mrs. Geo. D. W ing and son George left Wednesday for Kewaunee to spend a few days. , Miss Vera Keith spent Thanks­ giving day a t home and w ill'retu rn to Lawrence college ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

«W »iOsb* ■: IH **A: OtoniVtf A* V « s T t J R O l P O l f ^ ^ To Fanners OFFICER8 Herbert JU Peterson President H. EE Stedmxn Vice-President Jno. Boler Cashier DIRECTORS John B. Davis Ensene Blmon Oast PoMsnd John A. POhl LeaUtani JD. Smith C. S. SAith B. C. Thorp In making this your bank you will find that here we have completely dispensed with all “red tape** or undue for­ mality. ■ ■ Our officers and employees try to make every person Who enters bur doors feel ab­ solutely at home. We are confident that a per­ sonal conference will bring out numerous ways in which we can serve you. Visit us when next in town. Door County State Bank Was Last Polish King. In 1798, on the 11th of April, Stan* Islaus Ponlatowskl, the last kins of Poland, died. Ponlatowskl ascended the Polish throne In 1764. The con­ dition of Poland required a strong aaan on the throne to keep the country from ruin, and Stanislaus lacked the accessary strength and statesmanship, Russia, Prussia and Aust...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

p o o r o o u n t i a d v o c a t e . st u r g e o n b a y . w is ., No v e m b e r sw, 1019. H&ECTING THAT COLD OR COUGH? W hy, when D r. King’s New Discovery so prom ptly . checks it rcough \"S natural you don’t want to be careless and le t that old cold 01 drag on or that new attach develop seriously. Not when you can set such a proved successful remedy as Dr. King’s New Discover. Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not resist this standard reliever very long. Its. quality is as high today as it al­ ways has been—and it’s been growing stcbdily in popularity for more than fifty years. GOc. and $1.20 a bottle at ail druggists. Give it a trial. Constipated? Here’s Relief Not that often harmful, always vio­ lent and temporary help that comes 0QOtn harsh purgatives, but the cora- fiytable, gratifying, corrective regula­ tion of stubborn bowels so pronounced to Dr. King’s New Life Pills. Tonic In action, they promote free M p flow, stir up the lazy, thoroughly Mjt gently cleanse the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

N B k Page Ton §c 5c a package before the war a package during the wair capackage THE FLWQR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Through . Co-operation ■'HE Standard Oil Company (Indiana) attributes to organization its success in discharging its obligations as a - public servant The business of the Standard Oil Comv pany (Indiana) is a highly specialized: branch of industry, where complete co-­ operation is necessary to insure maximum efficiency. Every one of the 22,000 men and women : who make up the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) family must have a thorough, , broad-gauged understanding of the bene- fits to be derived from organization!. In addition each must have an intensive training which makes him a specialist, and enables him to complete his part of the work and pass it on to others without: delay or lost motion. The result is a family ©f higher trains!indi­ viduals, tense and keen to render to the: ' public the utmost in service.. But Standard Oil Company (IraBam)ffganiza*- tion g...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

REMOVE WAR'S SCARS France Has Already Rebuilt 60,000 Houses. lines «f Railroad and Canal System* ^Have Been Put Into ' Shape Again. : Cafct Andre Tardieu, member of the Stench Peace commission, has given Interesting figures on the reconstnie- tion work accomplished since the armi­ stice. Sixty thousand of the 550,000 bouses wrecked by shell-fire have been rebuilt 2,010 kilometers of the 3£4fl Idlometers of railway destroyed littve been repaired and 700 of the 1,675 kil­ ometers of canals rendered useless are again in commission. Of the 1,160 plants destroyed, have been re­ paired. Equally remarkable progress ia be- m gmade in restoring to cultivation in the devastated regions the vast areas which the end of the war left ' with their rich surface soli plowed -un­ d er by artillery, sown with dangerous : unexploded shells and cut up by trench­ es and thousands of miles of rusting barbed wire. The devastated area em­ braced 4,500,000 acres. Of this ap­ proximately 1,000,000 ac...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 November 1919

PO O R COUNTY ADVOCATR. STURGEO N BAY. WIB., y p V ^ a m m I M g . 1 .' AHNAPKR M ilton A w e' and s is te r . F lorence motored- to tw o R ivers Saturday . E rw in . M aedke m otored' to G reen B ay iast Sunday retu rn in g th e sam e - - v Chas. * Henld and fam ily of Jack ­ s'import spent Sunday at th e P eter H ayes home. Mr. and Mrs. M ark Schlise of Ma­ plewood w ere S unday visitors a t' U. P. Shestock's. R ichard Sibilisky departed T ues­ day afternoon for G reen Bay, w here he w ill rem ain for som e tim e. Miss L o ttie B erg left Tuesday m orning for severalweelcs visit w ith friends a t A ppleton and Gern Bay. Joe K ipping, w ho recently re ­ tu rn ed from overseas, visited Sun­ day w ith his b ro th er F ran k W cir- chs. Mr. and Mrs. A rth u r Fellow s left for M ilw aukee S aturday m orning w here they will m ake th eir future home? A large num ber of young folks from this vicinity took in th e ro- gram and box social a t C arnot S at­ urday. The Misses Irene D ...

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

Vo l u m e NUMBER 37 ^ :3 STURGEON BAY ADVOGATB—^-CONSOL IDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT l a r g e s t c m c v u n o s . m NO H TH EASTEH N W ISCOM M Sy STURGEON RAY. WIS., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5,1919. Isia to r ica l Sooms MADISON WIS - ~ ■- -***’• AI»YOUATB BRO ITS ADVERTISERS GOOD RESOMft*rG L fa rm e rs and Bankers Will Get Together At Court House Next Tuesday. TO ORGANIZE EXCHANGE M arketing Proposition For Pedigreed Grains and Pure Bred Stock To Be Explained—TJniiorm Sys­ tem of Accounting F orF atm - ers W ith Little Figuring To Be Demonstrated. HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING DEER HUNTERS HOME UNITS OF MEMBERSHIP Farm ers and bankers of the coun­ ty will get together a t a big meet­ ing to be held at the court house next'Tuesday afternoon for the pur­ pose of organizing the Door county branch of the Banker-Farm er Ex­ change. Every farm er in the county ■is urged to attend this meeting. Ev­ ery hanker will be there. The meet­ in g is for their m utual benefit. The idea of the Exchan...

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

door o m n m advocate. jmnujRow bay. i m . B.1M9. Sawyer News. ThomaB Christianson left Monday tor Manitowoc. Mrs. L. F. Keogli went to Green Bay Monday. , Frank Ueutscli went to Kenosha Monday to seek employment. Waldo Krueger was home from Gsnkosn over Sunday. Rasmus Monasso went to Oshkosh last week to Been worn. Henry Spude was a Green Bay business caner Wednesday. [Wednesday Sam Lavioiette was here from Green Bay from Saturday to Monday JOs. Debroux and soniett Wednes­ day for Deiroit, Mien., to run couple of Forctcars here. | Mrs. Edw. Laitenberger went to Manitowoc the latter part of last week to visit relatives. | MIbb Emma Anderson, who has been on a sick case at Luxemburg, returned home Wednesday. Herman Brandes, who has been helping in the farm work in Hains- vilie, left Monday for Milwaukee. Clarence Nelson was home for Thanksgiving and over Sunday re­ turning to Green Bay Monday. , Mrs. A. J. Kreitzer will entertain the ladles aid of the Norwegian church Wednesday, De...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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