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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 February 1920

,... _ _ ™ v i* m d in iA T io ii u t wdnTOHASTKBN u isco sisn. STIHBiCHKON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6.1920. r r , A V % £ g g £ r& g S * l » » » i n 11 j^t i n 1 1 n i m Universal Elects Officers. Contracts Pending . SITUATION AT SMITH 7ABD Universal Company To Place An r I^rae of r$10Q,000 Preferred j Stock—Statement of Labor ‘ ? Trouble In Smith Ts&rd Is : A meeting o f th e directors of the Universal Shipbuilding Goffipany was held in Milwaukee on Friday of last week for the-purpose of electing of­ ficers and discussing business of im­ portance. j .The following officers were elected Spr the .ensuing year : Philip Binzel, president I. Wetzel, Theodore C. Froomming and Max ‘Grefig of Milwaukee, vice-presidents fkmis Liebscher, Jr., of this city, seen xhtary and H ^B . Peterson also of {his city treasurer. , Other directors of the company are Faustin Prinz, H. Riesen.' Wm. A. Vfctmeyer, and W. E. Pommer. .. There will be. a special stockholders meeting in this...

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 — 6 February 1920

m POOB(X)liyTY ADVOCATB. STURGEON BAT, W IB, FEBRUARY 6, 1090. Sawyer News. HARDWARE M AN RETIRES Louis W ulf Sella O ut To Theodore Thompson, of Lena, Wis.—In Business Forty Yeans. Louis W ulf who has been in bual- ness in Sawyer for the past 40 years and during the past 25 years con­ nected with the hardware .business of C. Wulf & Co., has sold his inter­ e st to Theodore Thompson, of Lena, Wis., and will retire from active ser­ vice after a wellearned rest. Mr. W ulf came to this place . in 1879 and together with his brothor Charles engaged in the wagon and blacksmith business. This business was continued for fifteen years and in 1894 they engaged in the hardware business which has continued to grow from year to year until the firm now has one of the best equipped stores of its kind in this section of the state and has always enjoyed a good trade. Alfred Wulf, who represents the CharleB W ulf estate, will be associat­ ed with Mr. Thompson in the business and the firm name...

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 — 6 February 1920

DOOB OOPNTY APVOCATE, STPKGBON «, tVfO. Page VbM* ♦’flete-It” Stops Fain Immediateiy and Coma Go Quick. The w ay to handle corns is the tried a»d proved \"Gets-It” way— the way that m illions have found Quickest, easiest, eaiest and most reliable. COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS A few drops of \"G cts-lt” know n the h u rt out of any com a t once and soon loosens it so it lifts right off w ithout any feeling. Oh. w hat com fort! How grand to w alk and dance and jum p without, a single tw inge! W hy not? “G ets-It,” th e never failing-, g u a r­ an teed m o n ey -b ack com rem over, co sts b u t a trifle a t any d ru g s to ra Mf’d by E. Law rence & Co., Ohio.uro. Sold In Sturgeon Bay and recom­ mended as the world’s best corn rem­ edy by C. P. Bassett Drug Store and Emil W. Hide’s Drug Store. BUSINESS DIRECTORY | « W » W W » * W W M » H 'W The following officers were elected for the ensuing year in the Good Citizen Club of the Stokes school: Pres/, Florence Wiesner Vice-Pres., Vio...

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 — 6 February 1920

•: ' . . . . f J.&OLUNQEEI TH E IN SU R A N C E LOANS BAY.WIS ADVOCATE, BAT, V IA , FEBRUARY 0, 1020. The Distance from Washing- ! ton, D. C. to Denver, Colo, i s 1,810 Miles DENVER 3AWRANCI5CO• W A5HINGTD Imagine a street of above length lined on one side with buildings 65 feet apart. Then picture these buildings ablaze, and all the excitement and dis­ tressing scenes incident to fires, and you may be able to form some idea of the annual destruction o f property by fire in the United States. See Us For T ire Insurance » H. J. HAHN Licensed Em balm er— Funeral Director M o d e r n F u n e r a l C a r U P -T O -D A T E F U R N I T U R E Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Are You Going to Build ? If so, you will want the Best of ’K \\ . m . , f Comp in and let us know what your plans are for new building^ of any kind. We can furnish anything you may need for a new House, Cot­ tage,, Bamr Granary, Machine Shed, Etc. We offer you the best of service. :i Barker Lumber & Fuel Co. Door County E...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 February 1920

'• . DOOR OOTOWT ADVOCATE, • • ■ W ATCH Stom ach-K idneys-H cart-U ver Keep the vifel organa healthy by regularly taking the world’sstand- M fa/I - n . n , . , T ,, J U . t » 4 _ . . . ’ ' • to remeay tor kianey, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles— mis tin IN5 MBWTES Agony of Rheumatism aqd Gout,Neu- ralgia, Lumbago, Chest Colds and Sore Throat Prided in Half the Time It Takes Other Remedies. a - Mnstarine won’t blister—it Is always ready , .tor use—It’s grandmother’s old- fashioned mustard plaster with other up-to-date pain killers added. The best , and quickest remedy In the world for lameness, sore muscles, stiff tofecfc cramps In leg, earache, backache, headache and toothache. „ Beffy’s Mhstarlne—ask foi It by name Is made- of real, honest, yellow mus­ tard—not cheap substitutes, flse it freely to draw the pain from those sore feet— chilblains, too, and for 1 t0E and set Mustarbae la the yellow box. County News. Clay Banks Eunice Mathlson is home now and to Anton Slavik o...

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 — 6 February 1920

* r Vag* Six ' • ' ' • * * ’ I ■ ,v ,Y«i , , j , , P '( -,f., . ixw»R COUNTY ADVOCATfe 8TPMGBON BAY. W18.. FBBRPAJftK a.-laaft,*•- LOCALS • D orcas Society— T he Dorcas^ So-j «lety ill hold th e ir Valentfrie m eet­ in g a t th e residence of Mrs.. W illiam 35. W agener, Tuesday evening, Feb. 10th. W .C.T.U.—-The W.C.TiU. will m eet ■with Mrs. J. Ryan next Tuesday .aft­ ernoon. Miss M argaret Reynolds ■will continue h er talk s on,'th e-su b je c t of “ Civics.\" H a rd Tim e T arty — The E astern S ta r lodge will give a Hard tim e party a t th e K. P. and Odd Fellow s' halls n ex t W ednesday evening,'invitations fo r which h iv e been issued. C ard P a rty — R em em ber th e card p arty Monday n ig h t a t th e Catholic Club, given by the Young Ladies' So­ dality. A m ost enjoyable box social w as given a t the club room s W ednes­ d ay evening. , R em odeling H ospital— Som echang- «8 are being m ade a t th e , People’s H ospital to im prove th e service and th e o...

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 — 6 February 1920

POOR tXHTWTY ADVOCATE, 8TOBGEOS BAY, W1&, FRBRUARS O, IttSO. .*•' ' '■ ■-.-.. Page 9 w m MENTION :: HEWSy ROTES OOHOIBHINa PEOPLE n ___ KNOW :,F. T. Caffee went to Green Bay Wednesday oft business.. ^ ,- A daughter was born^to Mr. and itfrs. John Walker on Friday last. John Haltug of. .Egg Harbor was among Advocate callers Tuesday. Attorney Willafrd’ E Gaede left Wednesday on\" a business trip to Chi­ cago. . G. A- Huck was called to Milwau­ kee on Wednesday to attend, the fu­ neral of a relative. , V. \\ B. W. Jones, of the, F iller .Good- iman Co., left yesterday on a business trip to Milwaukee and CM c^o.v . Bernard Ld,Mere maije - a • tyus^awss] trip to Green Bay Tues&ij^ .to 'the • in­ terests of the I*aMere S&les Co. ■ p, N. Peterson, who has.been lotal manager for the Home .OU.Qp-i left:. Tuesday for Chicago, on a business. - trip. ■ Gordon Cornell, who has been con- fined to his home for the past six weeks by typhoid fever, is atyle to be out again. 1...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 February 1920

DOOR OOUHTX' APVOOATB, IVUBUB09 BAY, W Bk FEBRSABt 9, 1080. 4 ':S l RADIUM USED TO RELIEVE TUMOROUS GROWTHS Tumors, while not in many cases fatal because of the success attained In operations, have long been the dread of (he thousands afflicted by them. With operations postponed from time to time because of a na­ tural dread of the knife and the hos­ pital, patients usually put off treat­ ment for this trouble until the success ■®l the operation is seriously impaired and long suffering the result. Radium has attained one of its greatest successes in the treatment of tumorous growths both malignant and non-malignant. The growths .seem to fairly contract and disappear under the beneficial rays of this re­ markable mineral. There is no serious operation, no hospital no long confinement to bed, or long absence from the office, work­ shop or home. The treatment de­ manded is of varied length and with a varied strength of emanation. In caBes however requiring a maximum treatment,...

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 — 6 February 1920

a ABVOTATB. STCRfiBOS BAY. « D h FEBRUARY 6 . 1*30. Page Nf** J& i& ft A . B. S., Throw your bundle in that pile- theybe all going to“SHUBERT. The Highest Prices Ever Known That's W hal You’U Gel from “SHUBERT” W l (WANT 'EM NOW—AND W ILL PAY THE PRICE TO-GET 'EM (N9ICXTRA1ABCC | N 9 R A R G E I N ?l MEDIUM j ~ N ?l SMALL | N ? 2 I ^ | EXTRA TO AVPUt&C | EXTRA TO AVERAGE jCXtBA TQ AVERAGE | EXTRA TO AVCWA6C | aSTOSI/£ QQtiAUTY| MUSKRAT S p r i n g W i n t e r 8.08 to 7.00 6581 540 640 t o 540 5.00 t o 400 5.00 t o 408 3.75 to 3.00 340 t o 2.75 240 to 2.00 3.00 to 225 240 t o 140 MINK F i n e , D a r k U sual C o l o r P a l e . 40.08 to 32.00 2848(0 24.00 2QJ0Otal5JBO 28.00 to 22.00 20.00 to 16.00 1400 to 12.00 20.00 to 16.00115.00 to 13.00 15.00 to 13.00112.00 to 9.00 11.00 to 9.001840 to 740 15.00 t o 8.00 12.00 t o 6.00 8.0810 5.00 S KU N K M ttOTBA LARGE CXTIKTOIWBMOt H ? l LA RG E EXTRA TO AVER SOI N 9IH E D IU M EXTRA TO AVERAGE N? IS M A l t EXTRA TO AVERAGE GOO...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 February 1920

\"yr*reTm v 'o' - .■ / . DOOR COUNT* ADVOCATE, STURGEON RAX. W1&, FEBRUARY 6, 1M 0. ) I Coffee Prices Are Up But There's No Raise In Trice OT In s t a n t Try this delicious table drink of coffee-like flavor in place of your next, pound of coffee. Note tbe satisfaction, not only to purse put to liealth., and youll continue t o drink this delightful family ‘T here's a /R eason” M ade by Pbstum Ceireal Company Battle Creek . M ich ig an . Value of Salt. ’ Ton can clean your teeth with It, keep yonr eyes bright and strong by Bally salt baths, gargle with salt wa­ te r to strengthen your throat, throw a Handful -of common salt into yonr Hath for toning up the system gen­ erally, and bathe your feet in salt wa­ te r to prevent chilblains^—London Tlt- The Greyhound's Origin. The origin of the greyhound,, ac­ cording to some authors. Is a mystery. In ancient times the greyhound was considered a valuable present espe­ cially by ladies, with whom it ap­ pears to have been a parti...

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 — 6 February 1920

THE CHURCHES. -Friends, Sawyer—Sunday, Feb. 8. Sunday school 10 a.m., preaching at 11 a.m.. sermon by the pastor, sub­ ject: We Shall Know Them.—Matt. 7:16. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Singing by the Adnlt and Sunshine choirs sermon by the pastor, sub­ ject lor the evening: Matt. 6:26— Ye Cannot Serve God and Mammon. 'Henry A. Burnham, Ministr. Hope Congregational—Rev. J Van- «der Heulen, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m.: morning worship 11 o’clock Young People’s meeting 7 p.m mid­ week service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Sunday morning the pastor will preachon The Mind of Christ. In the sermon he will call attention to the great suffering of the Armenians. Hope church is co-operating in the catuj^eiffn for their relief and Sunday will receive contributions for that purpose. Door cohhty is asked to provide for the feeding of 62. chil­ dren during the coming year, which means a contribution of $3,120. It rqnires only $60 a year to feed one of these children an entire year. The Sunday schoo...

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 — 6 February 1920

Wit'S/ •{, v ! ivill.f pooRoopn iUJVOtjiycHi A dvantages o f Consolidation. 1. B ettor grading and classifica­ tio n w ith b etter results 'f o r the sam e length of tim e. . 2. A larg er num ber of recita­ tio n s fo r th e pupils and m ore perso­ n a l instruction from th e teacher. 3. A longer tim e for eac h 're cita ­ tio n . ’ 4. A longer term for school. ? 5. B etter w ork in all branches. A broader and deeper schpol MEANS TO THE COUNTRY BOY AND GIRL (C ircular issued by Sawyer Commercial Club.) ?' Some weeks ago tUp residents of the Fo\\irth Ward petitioned the Qbmttton council ofth eC ity of Sturegon Bay to the effect that the Fourth Ward be set aside as a separate school district, to erect and maintain with the surrounding jural districts g Joint Grade and High School. This petition was granted by unanimous vote. ■ We submit some of the advantages of this course. The crowded condition of our present gchooj. does not warrant the attendance of rural pupils and in anoth...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 February 1920

VOLUME ^ _ k - _ I _ _ . 58 BTUKGEON BAY’ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED —POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT tA B G E S T C m otrtiA T IO ’f Hr K O H TH EA STEH S W ISCONSIN STURCHBOft BAY, WI&, F RID AY, FEBRU A RY 13,1920. Eight included In This Week’s Toll. OLD RESIDENTS IN LIST. Henry Long, Oscar Stram^ Mrs. John Koch, Mrs. Furlott, John Keogh, Eoy Hodges, Jnlia Anderson and Peters’ . Baby Are Called. Oscar CarenthiuB Stram, respected ■and old resident- of the town of Stur­ geon Bay, died at his home Tuesday m oraipg. after an illness extending over a period of about two years. HiB death was the result of compli­ cations caused by old age. HO re­ turned Thursday of iast week from Green Bay where he had gone for medical^ treatment. His condition was such that the end was not un­ expected. Mr. Stram was 68 years, 3 months and 23 days old at the time of his death. He was - born in Drammen, Norway, Oct. 17, 1851 and came to this country in 1872, making his ihome in. Milwaukee. In July 1874 he mar...

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 — 13 February 1920

P*ge Two DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS, FEBRUARY 13, lOSO. Sawyer News. George Leonard went to Green Bay Monday afternoon. Geo. Kohlbeck and Chas. Ruether were here from Maplewood Monday, Arthur Slavik went to Milwaukee last week to seek employment. Merchant, Jos. Hoslett, left Satur­ day for Chicago and Milwaukee on a business trip. Dentist M. O. Bentley left Tuesday for Milwaukee to attend the annual convention of his trade. Replanking of the bridge is near­ ing completion' and will be completed before the breakup of the Ice bridge. Milton Wulf, of North Freedom, arrived here Tuesday to visit rel­ atives. Mrs. Thos. Wilson of Algoma was here last week for the funeral of the late Wesley Spalsbury. Miss Alta Meverden, of Algoma, was the guest of friends in the city over Sunday. The Debroux garage Is well filled with new Fords waiting for spring delivery and a number of sales have been made. J. C. Thurman and family were down from Green Bay on Tuesday looking over thei...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 February 1920

POOR COUNTY AD TQCATR,, BTUIMHBON BAT. WMU FEBRUARY 13, 1020. P n « n M Bonds MID-WINTER n CLEAN-UP As Gash at Market Value JU S T w h e r e A DO WE STAND { Predictions of rising prices have been so fre­ quent in the past that a repetition of it is apt to cause some people to accept it lightly as a chronic habit. The fact is that the “Price Prophets” are still busy telling us that prices are climbing steadily ancht will continue to do so for some time. We pass this on for just what it is worth. But the FACTS of the ACTUAL CONDITION TODAY is that the prices at which you are buying at this store NOW are often actually BELOW the ACTUAL PRESENT COST at the factory. This condition will'last only while the stocks last.' * : ^ Is it not well to take heed —by getting your share at lower prices? PEOPLE’S STORE. CASH COUNTS-NO APPROVALS-NO REFUNDS—IN THIS SALE cm I L up W omens, Misses’ and Childrens Coats, Dresses, Suits and Furs You cannot afford to miss the wonderful values that can stil...

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 — 13 February 1920

' f That popular D r in lc ~sso much used ■nowadays in place of coffee Sold at the same fair price as at* No raise. Made by Postum Cereal Com pany Battle Creek.. Michigan DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, - ' ' ' ' * ' ‘ % % Increased Values Are you carrying sufficient insurance to cover the present value of your property? In the past three years the value of real and , • personal property has nearly doubled. Have you increased your insurance by an amount that will correspond with the ad­ vance in replacement value of your property ? Have you considered how much money you [ might be obliged to contribute in case of loss, ► because your insurance-may not fully pro- [ tect you under present value coriditions? [ It is a good business foresight to discuss these • points with your Broker or Agent. J.G.OLUNGEB T H E INSURANCE HAN M n n iQ iiu in . REAL ESTATE i*AND LOANS* STURGEON BAXWIS.' g F I R E - f S Y O U R P R O P E R T H '. G R E A T E S T ^ H. J. HAHN Licensed Embalmer — Funeral Directo...

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 — 13 February 1920

POOB OOPKTTg AD VOCATOy OTPRGEON BAY. WMU FEBRUARY 13, 1980. P act: NEXT WEEK IS LOAN WEEKCounty J. G. OLLINGER AND B. C. ZIEGLER WILL LOAN FARMERS BETTER THAN $50,000. APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS- RANGE FROM $500 TO $10,000. INTEREST RATES STILL' THE LOWEST IN STATE B. C. ZIEGLER AND COMPANY SEND AGENT TO MAKE FARM ^ AND CITY LOANS. CAMPAIGN BEGINS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16. w. In - December representatives from the firm of B. C. Ziegler and Company, West Bend, Wisconsin, acting with Mr. J. G. Ollinger of this city, loaned and negotiated for loans to the amount of $55,000 far fanners of Door County. This money is brought from a low rated community and invested in First Mortgages on farms. As a matter ot zsipi, this equalization of interest rates is beneficial to Northern as well as Southern Wisconsin. LOANS ON CITY PROPERTIES ^Pripr to ,Jan. 1 it was the policy of B. C. Ziegler and Company to loan only on farms in Door County. The demand for money on city however,has been insistentandhasca^se...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 February 1920

#■ IMJOR OODKTI ADVOCATE, 8TPH6TO5 BAY* WIS., u k b r u a iI y is , iv& o. LOCALS Food Sale—The W.C.T.U. will hold a food sale at the National Groi- eeteria, tomorrow (Saturday) after­ noon. Dance—There will be a dance at The Twenty Club Monday night for d ab members and friends. Welter’s orchestra. Social Week—The present week has been crowded with social events, dne to the approach of Lent, when social festivities cease. Purchased Residence—Geo. Green­ wood has purchaser the Winifred ' Hay residence in the second ward, oc­ cupied by Mrs. John Blau. Broke His Arm—While in the city Wednesday evening David Decker of Green Bay had the misfortune to fall and break his left arm at the elbow. Wilks Serve Sapper—The ladies of the Moravian church will serve .sup­ per at the church parlors next Wed- aesday evening, to which the general public is invited. Total City Cash—City Treasurer Arnold Langemak reports the city cash as being $89,304.71 on Feb. 5th. I t was deposited equally ...

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 — 13 February 1920

HkMH ii- PERSONAL M EN TIC m . :: n ew sy NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE TOO KNOW II W ant C itizensT o HeJp F ill Tip Glass of Twenty In Accounting To G e tin stru c to r. Here. Henry Devine left Tuesday for Milwaukee. L, D. Smith left during the week on a business trip to Chicago. David Decker of Green Bay was in the city first of the week on business. John Masse,. Jr., of Chicago, ar­ rived during-the week fo t a visit at' h is did home. Mrs. J. C. Acker, who has been seri­ ously sick during the past two weeks, is now improving. M issM arjorie Sibree of Green Bay spent several days of the pre­ sent week a t her home in this city. Mark Pllon, who has been .teach- ta g m anual training in. : local schools, left Monday for ^ ^ j i n e e . Robert Rabach, . w h q - ^ , ^ the light house service, Is home visit­ ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rabarih. A f*5*! Adam Dier, who has his head­ quarters in Appleton, was. in.uthe city on Wednesday, having come here to visit James Maples, who ...

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 — 13 February 1920

~ fhw e Eight POOBOOPNTY ADVOCATE. 8TPBIEOy BAY, WRL. FEBRUARY 13j 1920. -- j ~ ^ 7 W ellArm ed! m re*iw «S When company comes there is no tim e to waste—no chances to be taken—so mother sees that there Is Si* ways a can of CALUMET BAKINS. POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Then, too, her reputa­ tion as a cook must be upheld — and she \"stakes” it on Calumet every time. Sheftnowsit will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the \"company” hind of bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. You save wken you bay it.' You save when you use it. County News. Egg Harbor Bests Valmy Jin Roughest Game of Season Harbor Team Wins 10 To 6 Saturday. Egg Harbor.—The local basketball team nosed out tbe strong Valmy quintet on the borne floor, Saturday night in one of the roughest games that have been played here this sea­ s...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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