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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 February 1920

DOOB OOPWTT ADVOCATE. STPBQBON B IT , 1H& , F E B R U A R Y 1 8 ,1 0 9 0 . ESSAY CONTEST IN SCHOOLS w a r D ep artm en t Offers P rizes On B est A nsw ers T o “Benefits Of E n listm en t In A rm y.'' © 1920 A. B. S.. Inc. €4 Throw your bundle in that pile- theyVe all going to“SHUBERT.\" The Highest Prices Ever Known That’s W hat Y ou'll Get from “SHUBERT\" W l W ANT 'E M NOW—AND W ILL PAY THE PRICE TO GET ’EM N?ltXTRA LARGE I N91 LARGE 1 N?l MEDIUM I N?l SMALL I N 92 I EXTRA TO AVERAGE | EXTRA TO AVERAGE [EXTRA TQ AVERAGE [EXTRA AVERAGE {AS TO SIZE QQoaUTY | M U S K R A TTO Spring W inter 8.00 to 7.00 650 to 5.50 650 to 550 5.00 to 4.00 5.00 to 4.00 3.75 to 3.00 350 to 2.75 250 to 2.00 3.00 to 225 250 to 150 M I N K Fine, Dark Usual C olor Pale 40.00 to 32.00 28.00 to 2100 20.00 to 15.00 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 13.00 12.00 to 9.00 11.00 to 9.001 8.00 to 7.00 15.00 to 8.00 12.00 to 6.00 8.00 to 5.00 S K .E J N K N?l EXTR...

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 — 13 February 1920

BAT. W IB. FEBRUARY IS, 1020. ww. - ■ ■ » “ ~ V T - . V. J • C lllll OH CHEST •JUIO SORE THWflT ENDED OVERNIGHT 'O h o Get Action with Mu*tarlne—It Orlvea p u t Pain fn Half the Time it Takes other Remedies—It’s the Quickest Pain Killer- on Earth. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES By Ben Aronin The chief event of the past week was the basketball game between our High School team and DePere s. This exciting contest resulted in a vic­ tory for our team, which was well deserved considering their steady practice every evening and their play­ ing in the contest itself. The final score was 32—26. Stops coughing almost instantly , ends Wars throat and chest colds over night. jNalhlng iike it for neortdgia, lumbago, TUtuiltla and to apMfUly drto* away rheo- aastic pains and reduce swollen Joints. ICostarine is the original non-blistering ^prescription that takes the place but is IB times as efficient' as granmnothcr’s old- JSSblencd • mustard plaster. Use it for s a n lM, strains, bruises, sore musc...

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 — 13 February 1920

j v __ BAT, W I9., ! Bowling Results AMERICAN LEAGUE P a ll Less F ive— F reig h t A gents.- Spike H orns____ Slip A longs------- ■ Jo lly C orks--------- D abs S iz z le r s __ M issouri Jack s- W on L ost Pet. 4 0 1000 4 0 1000 3 1 750 2 2 500 1 3 250 1 3 250 1 3 250 0 4 000 T hursday, Feb. 5 ,1 9 2 0 W hahburn, L.M.— 108 110 113 Hide, E.W . - ______ 163 168 139 L aP fant, E.M •S anderson H .J K oehn R __ .192 201 155 .124 129 103 .106 155 130 331 470 548 366 391 Greisen, C . . Sm ith L D Hell Divers^— W agener A N W alker J . . . Shimmel F . . Cochems A B ehringer F f 155 206 165 165 161 153 471 524 693 763 640 2096 40 40 40 120 733 803 680 2216 Freight Agents— B a tb k e —________ 149 196 157 M everden L.R.. Olson H .R .----- B row er .------_ R elslnger, A.._ .154 166-197 -155 113 166 .130 145 125 .137 187 118 502 517 434 400 442 S ilent K nights— B ernhardt H . . . Johnson W . . . . . . Lawyence W I . . Leonhardt L . . . PaVkman F . . . . Easy Honeys— Suthere F . . . . Shim ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 February 1920

msmb&m 'o:'' a@£ DOOR COUNTY APVOdATB, 8TPBQEON BAT. % » , PEBWJAB'V Ifc'tM O. '' N * \"' ' •.. •Vi: :', •': v\"\"' ’ Mi's. Paul irlest5 Jrocelvc'd. a tele­ gram.- Wednesday stating that', her aott-ia-1 awi ,Joseph' Kiigore had1 died th&t i)ioining r,t Grand Haven, Mich. The cause of his death was not stated Mr. Kilgore was born and \"raised in Haileys harbor and c'j is well known in *.! i& viclnfy. He would ' liavo been 63 years old had he lived until Jfarcli. He was a son of Clo­ ses Kilg r!. who was oia of the pi­ oneers of J)ocr county. ■ He was married to Miss Alice Coon­ ey about 23 years ago. She with her five children survive him. A sister,- Abbie Kilgore of Milwaukee, also mourns his loss. He was light . , keeper at Grand Haven at the time ? -of hia death. A The funeral will be iield this Fri­ day. The relatives here are unable . to attend as It is impossible* to % .reach there in time on account of 'the boat connections. - Clay Banks Thos. Carmody of E...

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 — 20 February 1920

VOLUME 58 81WQE0K BAY ADVOCATE— -CONSOLIDJtTED——DQQR CQUKTY pgwnnpft«f -T . 4 * p \" - \"v: Hi stfrrical Booaa mawsok wis U B 6 E 8 1 I C n u m U T IO it or WORTH HA 8TEHN Wisconsin STURGKOiN BAY, W IS,, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1920. I M GOOD RECORD -■ $ Tw enty-Eight Teachers Took Extension Course IN OSHKOSH TERRITORY. 'President of Wisconsin Teafehers’ Associations Compliments Door Conner Teachers On Excel­ lent Work Done In Exten­ sion Course — Best In Pour Years. , t h e a b v o c a t b n n w o s IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E fC M N I T h a t th e tw enty-eight Door county ru r a l teachers who to o k up th e N orm al Extension Course on each S aturday for eight w eeks, com m enc­ in g la st Septem ber, m ade an excel­ le n t record fo r them selves is evident from a le tte r to County Superintend­ e n t K a th erin e Conley from C. M. B arr, president of th e W isconsin . T eachers’ A ssociation, who con­ ducted th e w ork. T he course tak en by th e teachers w as in...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 February 1920

, d o o r c o u n t y a n Sawyer News. Death of Pioneer Settler. *V ed A rlt Dies A t Age o f 04 Y ears A t H om e of D aughter In Chicago, F red A rlt, one of the pioneer set- tle ra of Door county, died a t th e age of 94.a t th £ hom e of his d au g h ter in \"Chicago on W ednesday, F eb. 11, cau se of death being old age. :Mr. A rlt was horn in. G erm any in 1826 and cam e to A m erica In 1854, m ak in g his hom e in New Y ork state fo r th ree years, w hen he cam e w est a n d settled a t Sturgeon Bay, being a resid en t of th e city u n til 1859.„ In t h a t year his w ife died and he w ent to California, w here ,he sp en t six y ears, w hen he retu rn ed e ast and m a d e his hom e in Chicago. W hile a residentvof this' couhty Mr. A rlt was active in different business en terp rises, being one of the first m illers in the county, having operat­ e d a flour m ill in th is city. H e is survived by four daughters: M rs. C lark, M rs. Geo. M ainz, Mrs. Jo hnson of Chicago, and ...

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 — 20 February 1920

DOOR OOUNTX ADVOCATE, BTOBGBOB BAT, W1B., FEBRUARY 20,1020. Yfbur Table Drink should bring yoircomfort asv vellas-ap p etizin g f If L e t us Sijgfrest or. Ifyou have used this pleasing table beverage, you know its wholesomecharm. & If you have never tried * Instant P o stu m , you have a delimit in store. A ll Grocers sell P o stu m There's a Reason GRAVEL IS NOW ON TRUNK ROAD One Crew Completed Wrk L ast W e e k — Total 18,000 Yards Gravel Hauled This W inter. , Severe winter weather has not stopped road work in Door county, there having been 45 team s hauling gravel on the new Federal project No. 55, in the town of Forestvilie. There have been three crews in charge of the work, being under th e supervision of George Ahlswede, 1 stein^ Howard Chas. Newman and Henry Belanger, j rence Leitner, at school in January. T he children showed a keen interest In it. In the fall a caterpillar spun itB cacoon in school and the pupils were then more interested than ever in Nature Study. Pu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 February 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOOATB.STURQBOy BAY, m , FEBRUARY 20.1920. t A&k HORTICULTURAL MEETING FRIDAY & SATURDAY AFTERNOONS Feb.20-21atCourt HouseT Program ORCHARD FERTILIZATION Bjr M: X Wheeler, PH. D., SC. D. ' PRUNING By Prof. R. H. Roberts, U. of W. CONTROL OF APPLE SCAB AND CHERRY LEAF SPOT By Prof, C W. Keitt U ^f W. SOD MULCH & CLEAN CULTIVATION By’ H. W. Ullsperger UNDER DIRECTION OF Door County Fruit Growers Union $ ALL ARE WELCOME A A A A a4 a I f T T T T T T T T T f T T T T T T T J T f T x f T T T T 4? Building a Bank Balance is absorbingly interesting—and not only interesting but easy. Once the habit is established of systematically banking a decided- upon proportion of the income, the practice of saving can be pursued with surprisingly little effort sacrifice. or Acquire the habit — we will glad- you. Door County State Bank H. J. HAHN Licensed Embalmer — Funeral Director M o d e r n F u n e r a l Car UP-TO-DATE F U R N I T U R E Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Door County Advocate...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 February 1920

p o o r o o u irn r a d v o c a te , s tu r g e o n b a y , w o l . F e b r u a r y 20, 1920. Pace Fiw | In View of the IMPORTANT SAVINGS You Cannot Afford to Allow This Opportunity f I * to slip by—Therefore we Repeat this ad, 1 A CARLOAD SALE OF It is almost impossible to go into details regarding the beds, springs and mattresses—the lot is so varied and large. Beds are of the best ma­ terial and are of the most standard make in the world — SIMMONS BEDS. You never make a mistake by buying. Our springs and mattresses are all guaranteed by the makers and ourselves. WE OFFER THE LIST BELOW JUST AS A GUIDE TO WHAT WE OFFER YOU IN THIS GREAT SALE SIMMONS BEDS, Size 3 ft. 6 in. 4 f t 4ft. 6 in. A Sale Six Months Behind Schedule. P lans had been made for fills Gigan­ tic .Sale to be beld last August That Is we had placed oar orders. Bat repeat­ ed strikes then prerented mills from making deliveries and we Just had to w ait Finally in December these ship­ ments were received at AUGUST...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 February 1920

: J LOCA ' ' L , - , : !**« & P ^ /-A D V O C A !^ BAY, Wi8 , FEBklTAlt1ra», ife e . Rebckah Lodge Dinner-r-The Ke- hekah lodge will serve a 6 o’clock Alnner at the'K. P. hall next Tuesday evening, Feb. 24th. The public is cordially invited to attend. New Cars Arrive—The Door Co. Nash Co. received two car loads of Nash autos this week and one large two-ton truck and same are now on display at their garage on CUrland street. . W as Good Show-r-Billy Burke in “Good Gracious Annabel,\" . given at the Opera House Wednesday evening was- well received, and should have Been better patronized. The pro­ ceeds were for the benefit of the Boy Scout Athletic Association. Opens Repair Shop-—^Ed Kratter- field, who has beeh conducting a .shoe Tepair shop in Sawyer, has moved U s outfit to this side of the bay and •established himself in the Falk •Building. He has modern machinery rsnd expects to add a stodk of shoes later. V } Second Fire—The fire department was called out Wednesday aftern...

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 — 20 February 1920

HOOK W P W ADVOCATE, BOTJBOBON BAY, W I8* 1920. .PERSONAL M E N T IO N jj MJSlaL-' • ■ -''■• - ■ ''......... , -■■ — ............. NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW SAVED HER L I F E SAYS POLICEMAN W ife Was So Run Down She Lost Fifty Pounds— Restored By Tanlac. Mrs. Louis Liebscher is at Milwau­ k ee on a several days visit. Mrs. Dud Lawrence went to Green • Bay Friday, returning Monday. M«1 Anderson went to Green Bay Wednesday on a business trip. V Wm. Draeb was bore from Kewau- iiee .between trains an Wednesday. Wm. Beard of Jackaonport tran- . fjacted business in the ci-'y Tuesday. 51 Chas. Stauber and Fred J. Wehaus- en of Maplewood, were in the city on business Monday. '% Mrs. Harry Evans, who has been the past month, is now able to be. but again. ' ' ’ Otto Gabert, who haybben away 0r some time returned home Wed­ nesday. ^ Wm. Donovan left Thursday for Bwen, Mich., for a short visit with •relatives and friends. Mrs. Guy Crandall of Minneapolis was called her...

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 — 20 February 1920

#*** J5i*ht DOOR COUNT* AD VOCATK, WCTMaDQH BAT, V » n FEBRr.1RT 20, i(M ». Notice of Referendum OX PROPOSED OONSTITUTIONAIi AMENDMENTS April 6, 1820 STATE OP WISCONSIN, Department of State—ss. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nt the time of holding the regular SPRING, JUDICIAL and NATIONAL DELEGATE ELECTIONS, to be held In the several towns, wards, villages and «Iection districts of the state of Wis­ consin, on the first Tuesday of April, 1920, being the sixth day of said month, in accordance with Section 1 of Article XII of the Constitution of the State of \"Wisconsin, and as directed by Chapters 480 and 604, Laws of Wisconsin for 1919, the following proposed AMEND­ MENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION of the State of Wisconsin, which were twice adopted by the Wisconsin Legislature a t the regular sessions of 1917 and 1919, and published for three months as re­ paired by said Section 1 of Article XII of the Wisconsin Constitution, will be submitted to a rote of the Electors of this State fo...

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 — 20 February 1920

d o o b o o m rrr ab v o cA tk . b to b o h o n b ay , w ib^ F e b r u a r y 20, 1020. lifter a hearty meal* you'd avoid that stuffy feeling if you chew a stick of WRIGLEYS Other benefits: to teeth, breath* appetite, nerves. That's a good deaf to get for 5 cents! Sealed Tight—Kept Right y(P\\GlCjS -'The Flavor Lasts- “Nowls theTime to Do It” says the Good Judge Go to real tobacco— the small chew with' the rich tobacco taste ihat lasts a long time. It will cost you less to chew than ordinary tobacco. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Pat Up In Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT Is a long fine-cut tobacco W c y m a n - B r u tc n Corrtpany, 1107 B ro adw ay , N e w York City Minds Wanted For Build­ ing A t University EXTENDS OVER TWO YEARS Door County Graduates of 8tate University and Their Friends Requested To Contribute Toward Memorial Build­ ing At Madison. You can make good bread from the flour you are using, but wouldn t you like to mak...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 February 1920

d o o b c w n a n ip p o o A r o . u im o m ii b a t . wra* Fe b r u a r y ao, hwo. NEGLECTING THAT COLD OR COUGH? when Dr. King’s New Discovery so promptly checks it JIT’S natural you don't want to be •I careless and let that old cold 01 cough drag on or that new attack develop seriously. Not when you can get such a proved successful remedy ms Dr. King’s New Discovery. Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not resist this standard reliever very long. St8 quality Is as high today as it al­ ways has been—and It’s been growing steadily in popularity for more than llfty years. 60c. and $1.20 a bottle at mil druggists. Give It a trial. {Constipated? Here’s Relief Wot m at orten narmiui, aiwuys vio­ lent and temporary help that comes jhtnn harsh purgatives, but the com- gorthble, gratifying, corrective regula­ tion of stubborn bowels so pronounced In Dr. King’s New Life Fills. Tonic In action, they promote free Mle flow, stir up the lazy, thoroughly trat gently cleanse the system of waste m...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 February 1920

d o o r ootw flrA D V ocA T E , s t u r g e o n b a t , W I8- m iV A B T 9ft, 1020. ' P«g» Elevwr Egg Harbor Defeated Fish Creek The local basketball team known as the Bear Cats added another vic- Dry to their string Saturday night at Egg Harbor, by defeating Fish 3r$ek White Doga 39 to 7, in a trilling but one-sided contest. The feature of the game was the around team-work of the Bear 3ats, completely outclassing the vis­ itors, who never had a lookin thru- ont the entire game. The White Dogs took their defeat pn a sportsmanlike manner, proving lemselves good, losers. There was no particular starring lone by the home team as each play­ er did his part to win the game. Har­ old Thorp, who starred for Fish reek, found it hard to make any brilliant plays as he was watched too closely by Frank Sauger. However, larold got two free throws for the I’ish Creek team and made both of ■them. The boys are now planning on |a game with Forestvijle and Maple- srood next week on the Forestv...

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 — 20 February 1920

I DOOBOOUHTX W PBOW M I B t f m , FEBRUARY 9 0 3 9 9 # V $ WILL BE THE CHEAPEST AND HIGHEST PRICE \" S T Y L E P L U S SUIT FOR SPRING. OUR PRESENT “ S T Y . L E P L U S ” SUITS o v e r c o a t s ARE 30 j ^ - • - A few for less money. j Suits at the old prices are the biggest clothing values that have ever been offered not excluding any special sale. ,We won’t pull you in to buy, but don’t be the fellow who thinks he’s wise in waiting. We could make tnore money to sellbiir stock at wholesale — so don’t fool yohrself thinking the!new suits will be less. WE ABE SQUARE With ton. NOW BE With 7ottrself, I f t X f t t T t T T T T t T T • f T T f Farm for Sale Fifty-seven and one-third acre M ichigan farm , all under cultivation b u t seven acres, w hich is a Well- fenced p asture w ith running stream tim b e r enough for hom e wood soil Is clay, loam and sand m ixture. S hort w inters. •-.Fruits, are apple, pears, plum s, ■cherries, quince, gooseberries, one ^acre-straw berries, one acr...

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 — 27 February 1920

VOLUME STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE—-G PAGES 1 TO 8. COUNTY DEMOCRAT aigtorical swum *V» fUMBER S T U R G E O N B A Y , \\q iS ., F R ID A Y . F E B R U A R Y 2 7 ,1 9 2 0 . James Maples,-Aged 85 .Passes Away MBS. WRIGHT A PIONEER. Came Here In 1654 and With Her Husband Started First Som­ mer Hotet—Mrs.Rock Thorp Dies In Menominee—Oth- er Deaths. Jam es Maples, Sr., aged resident and prominent thruout the county, died a t his home In this city at 8:30 o’clock Tuesdays, evening. His death is attributed to old age. He was in his, 86th year. tip to three or four years ago Mr. Maples enjoyed exceptionally good health for a man of his years. In his younger days he was actively inter ested in various physical sports and was a great hunter even after attain­ ing his 80th birthday. His- was a rugged constitution and his health remained perfect until he suffered an attack of paralysis. Since then his . condition declined but he was able to be out and around until a few weeks ago when he was conf...

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 — 27 February 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTUBOBON BAT, FEBRUARY 27, 1920. Sawyer News. Death of Mrs. Kenney. Passes Away Friday, Having Been a Resident, of County Nearly H alf Century. ■ Mrs. James Kenney, who came- to \\ th is county nearly a half-century ago, was buried here Monday. She died last Friday morning, having been ill b u t one week. Her death was caused by pneumonia. Rev. Pfeifer officiat­ ed a t the burial. Interm ent was made In the Sturgeon Bay Catholic ceme­ tery. - Mrs. Kenney’s maiden name was Mary Long and she was bom in Can­ ada in 1842. She married Patrick Curry and in the .sixties they came to this county, settling on a farm near Maplewood. Several years after Mr. Curry’s death she married James Kenney and they lived on the farm near Maplewood until about four years ago when they moved to Saw­ yer. Besides her husband she leaves five children: James Curry of this city, John of Virginia, Minn., P at of Se­ vastopol, Mrs. Hugh Goff of Nase- waupeef and Kate, who is at home....

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 — 27 February 1920

POCTI CXHJHCT AP YOCATB. flTOBOBON B A Y , m m * S-O-M-E Goodies! —the land thatm-e-l-t in your mouth light, fluffy,tender cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantry— all made with CALUMET BinmraflDEs the safest, purest, most economical, kind. T ry it—drive away biake-day failures.” You ea*e when you bay it. You save when you use it. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the HIGHEST AWAtoI County News. Ephraim Washington Island Tom Goodman- m akes th e an nouncem ent of a little George W ash­ ington at- his hom e on th e 22nd. Ba­ by and m other are fine. ■ . A little son arrived a t th e hom e of A braham Jessen on th e 16th, b u t Mrs. Jessen has been v ery sick. Mr. Jessen was a t K enosha and was call­ ed hom e and a doctor from E phraim was called in. L ater Dr. Egeland was called from S turgeon Bay. Capt. A lfred Shellsw ick, m aster of the freig h ter “ D iana” is spending th e w inter in Chicago. On th...

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 — 27 February 1920

' ' ’ , I ' - - POOBOOItm -■- IV . ‘VV --.'\"I 7 .ff, i f „ Lf* '.'thf-ftiW . * / . T r ,... r^ l ■‘A convalescing I S‘b&V- .%* LOCALS Marine News SHOES 1. C. F . M. C Meeting—A o t the .Farm Management Club will k e held at 2 o’clock tomorrow after­ noon a t the court house m e etin g of Honor Chapter, O. il.'S., will be held next Thursday evening, March 4th. Card playing will follow the regular session. News Stand Moves— The, News De­ pot, Mrs. Mae Wagoner, proprietor, w ill move tomorrow from the Pie' boldt building, across the street into th e Opera House block. Special Service— There will be spe­ cial service at the Congregational church Sunday morning. All par­ ents of children in the Sunday school are requested to attend. W ashington's Birthday—Washing­ ton’s birthday falling on Sunday, the holiday was observed Monday. On th at day the banks and postofflce w ere closed, and there was no mail delivery. . New Director— V. a recent meeting of the. F ruit Growers Can...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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