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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 March 1920

k ' I ' , ’ V ‘ ' r ■ f ' • P W B OOPJPTT AD VOCATE, BTPltCnBOJr BAY, W M , M A RCHS, 1020. County News. For mother* father* the hoys ana girls. It’s the sweet for all ages—at work or play* When you’re nervous or tired* see how it refreshes! The Flavor Lasts fif i vg R WRIGLEY 5 J * .p e r f e c t g u m T I^ I5 S ealed T ight- Kept Right It Pays to Buy the Best Tested Seeds of a High Germination THE FOLLOWING IS THE LIST OF FARM SEEDS WE CARRY IN STOCK: Red Clover Timothy Mammoth Clover Kentucky Blue Grass Alsike Clover Red Top iWhite Blossom Sweet Clover Orchard Grass Montana Alfalfa Millet Seed Flax Seed Genuine Grimms Alfalfa, Dwarf Essex Rape Seed, Liscum Variegated Alfalfa. Soy Beans, Rutabaga and Turnip Seed, Mang- el Wurtzel, Speltz, Seed Barley, Seed Wheat, Seed Peas. A complete line of Badger Brand | Seed Com. For sale at Teweles & Brandeis STURGEON BAT AND SAWYER Phone 41 Mrs. Mary Leroy Is ou the sick list. Mrs. Jos. Meunier visited at Louis Leroy’s last Monday. EU ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 March 1920

POOR COUNTY advocate, w pbu d o w bay. w » , m arch m o t o . ‘ OUCCESS IS ACHIEVED by vigorous men and women. m e n one Is lacUnt In otrenttb and endurance, when food health i wantinfl, when physical VO trerit at low ebb, it ii.impossible to accom- SSsh one’s work. ^ O ne of the causes of ill health and low vitality is the Improper functioning of the kidneys. Trouble results when they fail to eliminate *\\ and poisonous matter from the system. aqri fhenmatic pains, backache, stiff joints, sore miasdet, and other symptoms quickly follow. lissilh effects of kidney and bladder trouble by jam m ing the cause. They are healing and curative. They tone up and strengthen the weakened or diseased organa. ‘ ’ H . D. Castleberry. ,Marine Engineer, Port V incent. La., writes: J consider Foley Kidney m athegreatest medicine for kidney and bladder trouble 1 ever used. I recommend them to all who suffer with kidney end bladder trouble.” Sold Everywhere. CoalandWood W e have a supply of— Pocaholr...

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 — 5 March 1920

_____________ v ____ •________ d o o r c o m m : w v o c A f i l , a W B M ftir b a y , m a r c h a , 1020. Page d m W I I 111 H » »W W 4 * I U l l I t H W H #»♦♦♦♦»♦! ( M M I M Come and look over our stock. We will j hold until spring for you without charge. Pay- ments to be made either cash or terms. 1918 Buick-6, cost $1850, sell $750. | 1918 Chevrolet, cost $1050, sell $550. 1918 Buick, cOst $1150, sell $600. New K-45 delivered $ 1650. Better place your order while we can guaran­ tee delivery, because Buicks are going fast. : Buicks are not going to advance in, price. 99 per cent of all other makes will advance if not j now. Compare the price of a Buick product : and you will affirm the country-wide recogni- tion, that the Buick product represents the j most for the money on the market today. : Don’t fail to come in arid see us before buying. . J. C. DANA CO. B u i c k — C h e v r o l e t | Sampson and Olds Trucks. Farm Implements ! Sprayers. Tractors. COUNTY SCHO...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 March 1920

SnrdT e m m # ‘ * » p o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a te , » tp h q b 6 ic #*x, in&> .' Bowling Results ■ , Cham pionship honors In th e Tw en­ ty Club w inter bowling tournam ent w en t to F reig h t Agents, the A m eri­ c a n league cham pions. In th e final contest to decido the p o st, series 'Championship th e F reight A gents de­ feated the E asy Moneys, N ational league cham pions, by 11G pins. The E asy Moneys put up a. good gam e but th e handicap was too much fo r them. Tie for first placo in both the N ational and American longue was played off a t the Twenty Club alleys Satu rd ay night. In the N ational L eague the contest was betw een the T h ird W ard Specials an d , th e Easy Moneys, both having won five games /and lost but two during thp to u rn a­ m ent. In the final contest th e Third \"Ward Specials w ere som ew hat handi­ capped, two of their men— Jo h n P er­ ry and Dr. A. J. Gordon— being un­ ab le to be present, Sanderson, Staple- . to n an...

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 — 12 March 1920

VOLUME l ' f * ritMBER 51 STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE-— -CONSOLIDATED -DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT L A R G E S T CIRCTJIxATlOIT * IH N O R T H E A S T E R N W ISCO N SIN STURGEON BAY, W lS., FRIDAY. MARCH 12., 1920. . G. Chance To Get In the Ammunition Train FIFTY-FIVE MEN NEEDED. Sturgeon Bay ’Has Opportunity To Have Truck Company, State To Furnish Trucks, and Equipment and To Provide Armory. Sturgeon Bay has been offered the opportunity of having a company in the National' Guard of Wisconsin •which is being organized under fed­ eral supervision in compliance with the plan of the War Department. This city is given the opportunity of having a motorized company in the ammunition train. • M. D. Imhoff, formerly a major and commanding officer of the 107th Ammunition Train of the Thirty- Second Division during the late War was sent here last Friday by Adjutant General Orlando Holway to look over the situation and see if sufficient en­ couragement could be received to •proceed with the formation of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 March 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TUB&BQN BAY. W IB- MARCH 1 2 ,1 0 2 0 . Sawyer News. M rs. P ran k K uuth and, son w ent to •.Green Bay Saturday. C harles C lark w as am ong the G reen Bay callers from here last S at­ urday. . Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baum ann were h ere fro mM aplewood betw een train s on M onday. M rs. Clarence Nelson w ent to G reen Bay F rid ay to visit relative^ a s h o rt tim e. Miss E sth er Simon w ent to Pond du L ac la st Saturday to visit friends a few days. W illiam Yonkens who recently m oved to Racine, w ill engage in th e team ing business. • F red Jensen w ent to K ew aunee on M onday to look after wOrk a t th e governm ent ship yard. M rs. Rudolph T allm an w ent to A lgom a F rid ay and from th e re w ent to\" R apid R iver, Mich A. J. B aker, local m anager to r the Van Camp Packing Co., left M onday to r Chicago on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. George Bergsland, of H ainesville, are visiting a t Racine, h aving le ft for th a t place Saturday. M rs. H arry...

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 — 12 March 1920

- \" ~ ^ * ' • r ■' b o o b oixdm javoaila g m iQ E O N b a y w » w m a r c h 12, m p . Tftc Nash Six Popular for Touring Out on the country roads 1 even when the going is ex­ ceptionally heavy the power of this car will get it through places you would scarcely believe possible. This unusual power, as well as its quietness and economy of fuel, is due to * its Nash Perfected Valve-in- Head Motor, ’ *Ptrftcted Votvt-ir^Heai Motor F i v o - P a sse n g e r \"touring Car, . T w o -P a s s e n g e r : Roadster . . F o u r - Passenger. ’ Sport Model, Seven-P assenger Touring Ceur, F o u r -P a s s e n g e r Coupe . 1 . S even-Passenger , • • Sedan . . . ■ Selma Gilbertson Dies. Popular School Teacher Passes Away Following B a t Two W eeks Illness . One ol the saddest deaths to shock the community occurred March 5th, at 11:30 a.’ m. when Selma Gilbert­ son passed aw ay a t the home of her father, Tosten Gilbertson of Carnot. Death was due to a nervous break­ down. Deceased was born...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 March 1920

m & m m DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, 81 « MARCH 12, 1020. OUCCESS IS ACHIEVED O by vigorous men and w d m c n . W h e n one is lacking in strength and endurance, •when good health is wanting, when phy sical. pow er is at low ebb, it is impossible to accom­ plish one’s work. - O ne of the causes of ill health and low vitality is the im proper functioning of the kidneys. Trouble results when they fail to eliminate w a tte and poisonous m atter from the system, nnd rheumatic pains, backache, stiff joints, soro muscles, and other symptoms qnickly follow.<p>JMeygdneyjlls banish effects of kidney and bladder trouble b y removing th e cause. T hey are healing and curative. T hey tone up and strengthen the w eakened o r diseased organs. ' H . D . CastlebenV , M arine Engineer, P ort Vincent, La., writes: “ I consider Foley Kidney Tills the greatest medicine for kidney and bladder trouble I ever used. I recommend them to all w ho suffer with kidney and bladder trouble.” Sold Everywhere....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 March 1920

ctpbgbow B gg. WMw l Page Five ' •‘ . . „- ■ ■•! :•â– â– • '. -ay .. --'. 0 0 0 ... m DEATH MRS. NORA GROVOGEL Occurred. Last Friday After Illness of Two Weeks—Funeral At St. Mary’s Church. The death of Mrs. Nora Grovogel occurred Friday evening at 10 o’clock after an illness of two weeks. Death Resulted from nervous troubles and goitre. The funeral was held Mon­ day morning' from the St.- Mary’s church, Rev. Vogel singing the re­ quiem mass. The remains were taken to Jacksonport, her old home, and laid to rest beside those o her par­ ents and sister. Nora Liest Grovogel was born in the town of Nasewaupee on Mar. .3, 1880, being just a few days over 40 at the time of her demise. She came with her parents to Jacksonport, where she resided for a number o f years. In 1900 she was married to Cooney Grovogel. Their union was blessed by five children, two boys, Clifford and Harold, and three girls, Alice, Adeline and Loretta, all 8t whom were with her when she died. Besides the fat...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 March 1920

-V /--r-y- k»OOR COUNTY AD V O C A m STimOEOW BAT, WIS., 3IAROH lS .'lR ao . | LOCALS -Mike Ivlinkenberg has added a new Dodge sedari.to liis taxi service and now operates a Ford coupe and the sedan. Thanks Offering—The W.F.M.S. of the Methodist church will hold their annual Thanks Offering meeting at the church parlors Wednesday after­ noon, Mar. 17. Everybody welcome. Marriage Incenses — Lawrence Koehler, Manhaton, 111., and Emma Sohns, Gibraltar Ernest B. Heins. Webster City, la., and Regina Muel­ ler, Forestville. H.C. of Illegal Trapping—Charles Nauman of Jacksonport was lined $50 and costs in police court last week for trapping without a' : fcti&te -license, Game Warden Jeske being the com­ plainant. Remode 1 Front—Carpenters are tearing out the hew front in the mid­ dle entrance to the Moeller garage. This front, projected flvo or six feet beyond the other two entrances and is to be made uniform. '• Curtail Train Service—Owing to the eoal shortage the Green Bay &...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 March 1920

POOB O O lT Ji'nf ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8V MAKCH 12, I t ‘ PERSONAL MENTION !i HEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW !♦•* * * * M l i m i M I I W H John Feller, Sr., of Maplewood •was in the city several days this week Attorney T. A. Sanderson went to Kewaunee on legal business Monday. Louis Jarchow of Manlewood spent severalydays in the city this week. F. D. Shfmmel, the Jeweler, was a business caller at Green Bay on Mon­ day. Mr. and Mrs. Dud Lawrence went to Green Bay Wednesday for a couple days visit. J. C. Dana has been confined to. his home the last week suffering with a severe cold. . • . Matt Roeser of Sister Bay was in the city on business several days dur­ ing the week. Miss M. Huttel of Hortonville, Wis is now employed as milliner at the People’s store. • * • Harry Hocks is back on tl\\$ job a t his storage battery station after a prolonged illness. ' ■ George Wheelock, who has been employed in northern Michigan, re­ turned home Wednesday. City Attorney H. M. ...

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 — 12 March 1920

v t POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT. W IS.. MARCH IS. 1020. Yon Get What You Give 'HEN a business fails the finan­ cial statement reflects the con­ ditions at that time, but the real reason for failure is seldom shown. In many cases the true reason is tftat the business performed no service which was necessary or useful to society!generally. ‘ Every individual must give a useful ser­ vice if he is to prosper, for society will refuse to maintain him if he fails to be useful to society. When we find a business which has been notably prosperous over a long period of years, we may be sure that it has won its position by performing a service useful and necessary. That, in a word, explains the continued, ever-increasing success of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana.) • This Company is included in the list of big business because the ideals of service which it holds and maintains are big. . . ' ' The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is big because it recognizes the necessity of developi...

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 — 12 March 1920

ip ? ? ffv v If You Anybody Talking about coffee prices or coffee troubles, .tell them to quit coffee and try A ten days* trial shows results that please, and with gain in comfort there is no loss of pleasure. A wonderful table drink, pure, health­ ful, economical, delicious! No advance in price.. i t yy s a Made by Postum Cerea, Jo., Batde Creek, Mich. It Pays to Buy the Best Tested Seeds of a High Germination THE FOLLOWING IS THE LIST OF F ARM SEEDS WE CARRY IN STOCK? Esther Henquinette attended the basket ball game at Brussels last Sunday. * Arthur Herlache is busy- receiving presents since the stork made a visit leaving a big baby girl. Harold Herlache was, a lucky fish­ erman Saturday. After spending the whole day he had one big herring The president and secretary of the Gardner Dairy Company called a special m eeting of the stockholders last Sunday. George Delwich was unlucky on his way to Henry Herlaclie’s last Sunday he nearly broke his neck when his rig turned over. Lesui...

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 — 12 March 1920

You little rascal—played along the way, didn’t you? Kept grandma waiting! Oh well, it’s all light. Because C A L U M E T BAKING POWDER i9 always right. It's worth waitine for. Always wel­ come. Never shirks its work. Never fails. Never wastes minutes or materials and I know it’s pure and wholesome, as Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. You save when you buy it—you save when you use it. HIGHEST Q ,auty A w a rd s ‘T il Tell the World” says the Good Judge The man who doesn’t chew this class of to ) bacco is not getting v real satisfaction out of •! his chewing. A small chew. It holds I its rich taste. You don't : have to take so many \\ fresh chews. Any man who uses the Real To­ bacco Chew will tell you that. Pat Up In Two Styles BIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco W i-yman-Brulon C om pany, 1107 B roadw ay. N ew York City Give Them Martin's Calf Feed : the calves fright and keep them...

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 — 12 March 1920

DOOW OOPWTT ADVOCATES. SWBtBEOir BAY, fflg. MARCH 12, 1020. Page K toiw Our Chevrolet “ * i TELLS O F TRIP TO ICELAND I T t Are Here A carload just received. ’♦ See this Slew Car on our floors at any time. f T f f T T T r j T T T 4® * ^ This is one of the best of the lower-priced JJ i T t T T T t T T T t T ❖ cars on the markef. Five Passenger Gar, $735 J . C. DANA CO. Distributors * SUB-AGENTS *y Matt Roeser, Sister Bay—Harry Hocks, Sturgeon Bay A A A A ^ .A A A A ♦ ♦ H » H * W W W W W W W W H W » W W W * W W » H W Advocate's W ashington Island Cor­ respondent Interviews. A. Gudinundsen STORAGE BATTERY t r a o c m a r k , j » ( g i s t c b c o EiV&RY minute ,a battery-' works there is evapora­ tion going on, but it affects the water only— never the acid. No matter .how old the battery may be it has its full supply of acid, and that'acid keeps its strength' unless some of it happened to spill out. W ater is the only thing that should ever be put into your battery a...

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 — 12 March 1920

*’&rS S**ge Twelves A POOR OOPWTY ADVOCATB, &TPBGEON BAY, W IS. LEGALIZE ACTION OF COUNCIL S c h o o l. B oard A dopts R esolution •G ranting Increase To , i Touchers. In order to legalize the action of the» city council ip going over the h ead of th e school hoard in granting -an increase in salaries to the teachers o f th e city school, the school board in a. recen t m eeting adopted a resolu­ tio n g ranting a bonus to the teachers an d expressing its w illingness th a t th e bonus be paid w ithout fu rth er dissension. .. T he resolution follows: W hereas, the action of th e City C ouncil in granting a bonus of $160 per' annum to each of th e G rade teachers was illegal according to the opinion of th e City A ttorney, and in o rd e r to forestall an injunction being served on the City C lerk prohibiting „ h im from paying such bonus and inas­ m uch as the action of the Council Shows its w illingness to supply the necessary funds for proper and suf­ ficient salaries f...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

VOLUME 5 8 BTUBQjgON BAY ADy06ATB-~~-C0NS0LlDATED DQOB COTOIY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 52 fgvs’co ricai koows ! MADISON WIS PAGES 1 TO 8. S T U R G K O iM B A Y , W I S ., F H I D A Y . it.V H C II 1, 1 1 )2 0 . Long Court Calendar Cleaned Up. JUDGE REED MAY COME. Circuit Judge Who Tried the V Stapleton Case At Milwaukee May Preside Here At Two Cases Cited For Change of Venue. . Judge Reed, of Wausau, one of the jbest circuity judges in the state, will probably he here next week to try the two case's scheduled for this term of Court which were cited-for change of venuci. Judge Reed tried the Stapleton case at Milwaukee which attracted national as well as state wide interest. The cases at which Judge Reed will preside are those of Melvin Wilke, by August Wilke, his guar­ dian, vs. August Brown and Edward Brown, and Shadboldt, Boyd Iron Works vs. D. S. Long et al. The former case grew oue of an accident In which young Wilke is alleged to have been run into by an automobile driven by the Brown...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

, Sons and Fathers Meet at Billiards —Man to Man! Brunswick Home Billiard Tables should be in every home. These tables are regulation tables, made by the Brunswick-Balke^Cbllender Co. expressely for home use. Can be folded up and put away. Are fitted with genuine “ Monarch” cushions. Complete Playing Outfit included with every table. We have theni in 2%x5,3x6 and 3^x7 ft. sizes’. Prices range from $72.00 up. T o n |^ r o i» B ^ a 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT. WRITE FOR CIRCULAR. Stiller Building, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Kodaks, Photo Finishing Edison, Brunswick Phonographs and Records Musical Instruments Starr Pianos and Players. ♦| A 4 Anybody Can Use a Burrell f T •That’s the beautyVof this remarkable 4 (B-L-K) Milker ? T I i time and labor saver—a boy or a woman can ^ V do the work of three hand milkers and do it !♦ I ' A better. Check that saving in labor against• the cost of the Burrell and see how quickly it will pay-for A itself on your own farm. ’ A W ISC O N SIN STATE NEWS .A It...

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 — 19 March 1920

T BAY, WUL. MARCH 10, 1020. WHEN NEURALGIA NERVES Sloan's Liniment scatters the congestion and relieves pain . A little, applied without rubbing, will Penetrate immediately and rest and soothe the nerves. Sloan’s Liniment is very effective in allaying external pains, strains, bruises, aches, stiff joints,, sore muscles, lumba­ go, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges. , Keep a big bottle always on hand for family use. Druggists everywhere 35q, 70c, $1.40. Sloan’s KILLS PAIN IN 5 MINUTES Agony of Rheumatism and Gout, Neu­ ralgia, Lumbago, Chest Colds and 8ore Throat Ended in Half the Time It Takes Other Remedies. Muatarlne won't blister—it Is always ready for use— it’s grandmother’s old- fashioned mustard piaster with other up-to-date pain killers added. The best and quickest remedy in the world for lameness, sore muscles, stiff neck, cramps in leg, earache, backache, headache and toothache. Begy’s Jl'ustarlne—ask foi It by name. .Is made Of real, honest, yellow mus­ tard—not che...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

L 0 C A 1 S * V ’ * - * 1 ' ImUK COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT. WIS., MARCH 19, 102* Babj- Boy—A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs. Harry Collar'd the lat­ te r part of last week Has New Office—Motor, Inn Gar­ age has had a very neat office built in th e front part of their garage on St. John street. ■ Church Supper— The ladies of the Moravian church will serve supper Wednesday, March 2 4 th , at the church parlors The public Is invited. Buys A House—E. M. LaPlant has purchased the Mrs. Charles,Reynolds house corner St. John and GTant streets. The resdience is now oc­ cupied by W. E. Wagener and family. Easter Monday Dance— A commit­ tee of young men will give an,Easter Monday dance at Anton Paul’s for which good music hs been’secured. F urther particulars ■ lajterS t . Watch, for d good time •! Interesting Display—F. :i. Shim-, mel has an interesting exhibit in his store window showing how t\\ie lenses of eye glasses are made and the dif­ ferent methods used in grinding the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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