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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 March 1920

SECTION TWO fiTCROEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED— -DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT p a g e s 9 to 16. STURGKO.V BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, M AltCli 2(1,1920. Marine News EARLY OPENING OF NAVIGATION. Tug Smith Forces Passage From Canal and Is Going Across - Lake. Passage from the canal to the city was effected by the tug Smith Tues­ day and the date of the opening of this port, March 23, is surprisingly early considering the severity o f the winter and the early freezeup. The Ice is disappearing almost as rapidly as it formed last fall. The cold weather came on so fast that in many 6t the ports ships were frozen in be­ fore getting away to their destina­ tion, while here the early freezeup caused a. considerable loss to the shipyard industries. Boats which were expected here for repairs did not arrive. „ ' Last year after an exceptionally mild winter a passage from the canal was. made March 12, but this was ex­ ceptional as the earliest passage pre­ vious to that was in 1893. The tug Smith lay at ...

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 — 26 March 1920

.*■*#*«» DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, W I8 , MARCH 20, 1020. Door County Advocate E n te re d a t th e Postoffloe a t S turg eon Bay, Wis., as second-class m a tte r. Published By Door County Publishing Company Incorporated. Every F rid ay a t S turgeon Bay, WIs. H. J . -SANDERSON, M gr. Address all communications to Door County* Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Tear. In o rd erin g address changed, th e old aa m i l u th e new address should bo g iven ST0ROiirON7BAYf WIS., MARCH 26~ Boosting the County. There are many different methods of boosting a city or county, but ^widespread publicity is probably the most effective. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent an- . nuall by organizations in bubjUcity and if spent thru proper channels It brings back most profitable returns. While Door county and Sturgeon Bay have never spent any large amounts of money to boost its many natural resources, the small attempts made combined with the large amount of free publici...

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 — 26 March 1920

., - V? ■•: - v‘\\. OFFICE OF COUNTY CLERK, FOR DOOR COUNTY, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 26,1920. To the Electors of Door County: • Notice is hereby given that an elec­ tion of delegates to the National Con­ vention is to be held in the several ..■towns, wards, villages and election precincts in the County of Door, on the 6th day of A pril, 1920, a t which the delegates .named below are to be chosen. The names of the delegates for ecali party to be voted for, whose nominations have been ceretified to or filed in this office are given below un­ der the title of the office, and under the appropriate party or other \"des­ ignation, each in its proper column', In the sample ballot below. IN FO R M A TIO N TO VOTERS. The following instructions are giv­ en for the inform ation and guidance' of voters: A voter upon entering the polling place and giving his name and resi­ dence, w ill receive a ballot from the ballot clerk Which must have indors­ ed thereon the names or initials of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 March 1920

Page Twelve DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI&, MARCH 20 .1O2O Y Y Y Y i Spring Suits Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ^ Our new Spring stock of Clothes for men and boys has Y Y Y Y Y A t Y Y Y X For Men and Boys f Made to Measure and Ready-to-Wear I X arrived and is very complete, comprising all the latest X styles, and made from choice fabrics that are sure to please. X We invite your inspection. Y Y We have a fine, line of. samples to select from for those £♦ Y who wish Made-to-MeasUre suits and we guarantee a fltx V ^ e urge thatyou come in early if you want a suitatonce. Y XW Y t -Y Y Y Ymarket. Y Y Y Shoes for Men and Boys Altho prices are somewhat higher we have the best stock ■Y Y Y Y Y ever carried and the quality and style are equal to any on the OTHER NEW STOCKS CONSIST OF X HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, SOCKS, A RUBBERS, GLOVES, RAIN COATS, A v Y Y X - NECKWEAR, X RUBBER BOOTS, X ar anything, for men and boys for week day or Sunday wear. Y' Y ■ =■■=— Y Y Y Y Y Y Peter...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 March 1920

BOOB OOTOTXAD VOCATE, BTURGEOX BAY, W 18, MARCH 20,1920. ■ *. ■ Page XhtrtfOB Flrst Publication March 5,.lfi20r—jv6) State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court, for Door County: Frank J. Moeller—Plaintiff, Otto I'TatVjtfe and .Emmfe :jc!6rrect sflrsrt name unknown) Tarik, his Wife Erae- tus Rawson and Elizabeth (correct first name unknown) Rawson, his wife Hen­ ry T. Scudder and Nettie Scudder, his wife John Cordin and'Beatrice (cor­ rect first name unknown) Cordin, his wife and John Leathern and Helen I. Leathern, his wife and the unknown heirB, •grantees and representatives of said persons and all of them, and all persons whom it may concern—De­ fendants: The State of Wisconsin to the Said Defendants and each, of them: You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the Court aforesaid and in case of your failure so .to do, judgment will be rendered against yo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 March 1920

P age Fourteen DOOR boTSSFFS ADVOCATE. BTPROEON BAY, WIB., MARCH 20, 1920. Notice of Referendum ON PROPOSED • CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS A pril 6, 1920 -6TATE OP WISCONSIN, D ep artm en t of S tate—es. NOTICE IS H ER EB Y GIVEN th a t a t th e tim e of holding: th e re g u la r SPRING. JUD ICIA L and NATIONAL DELEGA TE ELECTIONS, to be held in th e several tow ns, w ards, villages and election d istricts of th e s ta te of W is­ consin, on th e first Tuesday of A pril, 1920, being th e .sixth day of said m onth. In accordance w ith Section 1 of A rticle X II of th e C onstitution of th e S tate of W isconsin, and as directed by C hapters 480 and 604, L aw s o f W isconsin for 1919, th e follow ing proposed AMEND­ MENTS TO TH E CONSTITUTION of th e S ta te of W isconsin, w hich w ere tw ice ado pted by th e W isconsin L eg islatu re a t th e reg u lar sessions of 1917 land 1919, an d published for th re e m onths as r e ­ q u ired by said Section 1 of A rticle X II o f th e W iscon...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 March 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, MARCH 20, 1020. P ageM lU m —a real part of the meal, not merely something to drink with your food— If you feel that something Interferes with your 3 health, stop tea and cof* fee and use this popular , drink. - ( No raise In price. cflfade by' Postum Cereal Company Battle Creek . M ichigan. MINUTES OF THE LAST MEETING. Egg H arb o r S ets Public R ig h t On Sturgeon, Bny-Egg H arbor B asketball Game. 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: Red Clover Timothy Mammoth Clover Kentucky Blue Grass Afoike Clover Red Top (White Blossom Sweet Clover Orchard Grass Montana Alfalfa Millet Seed Flax Seed Genuine Grimms Alfalfa, Dwarf Essex Rape Seed, Liscum Variegated Alfalfa. Soy Beans, Rutabaga land Turnip Seed, Mang- el Wurtzel, Speltz, Seeftt Barley, Seed Wheat, Hainesville E gg H arbor, W is., M ar. 22, 1920. Door County A dvocate:— Please publish the enclosed ac­ count of t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 March 1920

m ) M W Z SCTBQBOX BAY. W1B... btABCE&gg,' COUNTY ADVOCATE, f h n e .. . County News. I?'4*1 ‘ f1 \"—Sh! What would happen to me\"if I were your kid? Well, if you’re notacquainted Calumet Bakings you don’t know what a good ex- I have. / Can't Help r r . 11.* — i t . n ..f_ A H elp in g M y se lf— they re so good! . Good for me too, be­ cause Calumet Bakings are wholesome and easily digested. Millions of mothers use CALUM ET BAKING POWDER because of its purity—because it always gives best results and is economical in cost and use.\" Calumet contain* o n ly each ingredient! a t have been ap-. proved■ officially by the U. S. Food Authoritiee. You save when you buy It. You save when you uee It. Q tiA rrrv. HIGHEST- S ' I WOOD 16-inch and 4-foot Wood , Dry and green Birch, Maple and Beech, -and iround hardwood , Prompt Delivery. ir t lce7 Fuel & Dock Phone 233. ♦ M B 1 1 11 H BUSINESS DIRECTORY ♦ * » ! l f f » I » » ♦ * ♦ ! 1 1 1 H f ? ’ GUSTAV H. GRAF ' LICENSED-R...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

r VOLUME • 5 9 ITUjtGEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED.-— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT V 3 ielorioa] ? o o m s M ADiSDNW IS n u m b e r , 2. PAGES 1 TO 8. STUBOKOM BAY, W^S. F HID AY. APRII j 2, 1920. County Board Against Trunk Line. POES NOT END MATTER. Claimed That State Will Go Ahead and Build the Trunk . Line To Green Bay and Charge Back Work To This County Next Year. ■ At the special, mpetifig of the coun­ ty board called \"for the. purpose of raising $25,000, the .county’s share of the construction, of the trunk line thru the. towns of Union and Brus­ sels on the old Green Bay road,, the supervisors voted down the appropri­ ation. This action by the board is the re­ sult of the recommendation of the county highway committee, or, at least the action of the board follow­ ed the recommendation of the com­ mittee. . According to information received by The Advocate, and The Advocate’s informant is evidently in a position tp know, this action of the county board will not in any way int...

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

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, WOHflEOS BAY, WIS, APRIL 2 ,1020. - A S Sawyer News. AUTO ACCIDENT KILLS BOY. dson of Sir. and M rs. Nelson R u n O ver By Autom obile A t M r. and Mrs. F ran k Schum acher M rs. Nels Nelson, Loula and C lar­ en ce Nelson have retu rn ed home fro m Chilton w here they attended th e funeral of H arold Pajrtce, 6-year o ld son of Mr. and Mrs. O tto Papke, w ho died In a hospital a t Janesville, th e re su lt of injuries received w hen h e Was struck by an autom obile. T h e boy was well known here, hav 3ng spent the sum m ers h ere w ith his p aren ts a t th e home O f'B is grand­ p a re n ts, Mr. and M rs. Nelson. The fu n eral was held T hursday of la st w eek. T he boy died M arch 23. T he following account of th e acci­ d e n t is taken from a Janesville news­ p ap er: Suffering w ith concussion of the b ra in and a fractured skull, 5-year- o ld H arold P apke lies in a critical condition in Mercy hospital today, th e victim of Janesville's ilrst seri­ o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS^ APRIL 2,1920. PagoYhn* INVEST IN PAID UP STOCK Wisconsin Savings' Loan r & Building Assn. Dividend: 5% semi-annually. Not less than $100.00 or more than $10,000.00 to each person. Can be withdrawn in 30 days notice. Supervised by Com- missolner of Banking. Assets $2,321,390.00. Address: 201 F irst National Bank Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis. N I G H T CARNIVAL FOR FAIR. County F air Grounds To Be W ired and New F eature To Be Added. The world’s foremost wall paper ideas are interpreted in the famous Alfred Peats’ “Prize” W all Papers The larfce, variety of original de­ signs, attractively colored, offer un­ limited decorating possibilities. One of the distinctive features of .this line is the wide range of prices. Give us an opportunity to show you this collection—estimates will he cheerfhllygiven. FRANK WESTER R. D. 3. AGENT Sturgeon Bay, Wsl a l s o T he Celebrated in stock. % Sturgeon Bay Wagon Works Goserud Bros. Phone 158-M. An electric ni...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

v^ B«cel . Lumber & Fuel Co., this week re­ ceived a car load of western fir tim­ ber for barn construction. The tim* ber is about SO feet’-long tind 12x12 and 12x14 in size. While unloading from the car on Wednesday and pil­ ing the big timber in the yiard one of the horses was nearly killed when a timber rolled down onto the ani­ mal. Shows Coming— Henpecked Henry, a musical comedy, with a beauty chor­ us, dazzling costumes and georgeous scenery, as the press accodnts read, is to be at the opera houso Monday, Apr. 12. .The show shows here before if appears at Green Bay. Top prices are Jim ’s Girl is also homing — later in the month.. Two big stage shows are also scheduled, for May.- Warning To Fishermen— Game Warden Jeske states that commercial fishermen will have three days in April during which to dispose of all fresh fish caught in March. The sa- son for commercial fishing closes at this time. This does not apply to salt fish which can be shipped at any time. Easter G...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

*\" 7? POOR OOPMTf AD VOCAJK, STURGEON BAY, APRIL 2,1920. TO-NITE—FRIDAY A SUPER-SPECIAL .Woman Thou Gavest Me •with all-star cast. SATURDAY “Let’s Elope” featuring MARGUERITE CLARK / and last of “ The Tiger’s Trail.’ EASTER SUNDAY Hatinee 3 P.M. . CHARLEY CHAPLIN, IN \\ ‘‘A Dog’s U fe also - *r' Briggs Comedy —- Bring the children. /, ■ SUNDAY NIGHT—7:15 t NAZIMOVA, IN { “Toys of Fate’’ (seven reels) CHARLEY CHAPLIN, IN ! “A Dog’s Life” i ' (three reels) Price of admission for night ! 17 cents and 28 cents.\" MONDAY A SPLENDID PROGRAM. TUESDAY ‘Lady of Red Butte* featuring' ' • DOROTHY DALTON, 5 WEDNESDAY ! WILLIAM S. HAfe^iilN , “The Cold D ie r® and a CHAPLIN-ARBUCELE COMEDY THURSDAY “Sis Hbpkini?” featuring. MABEL NORMAND Also Pathe News. FRIDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, IN Knickerbocker Buckaroo and a new Serial, “ BOUND AND GAGGED,” which in'itself is some comedy. Cut Flowers j and i: Easter Lillies i: The Farmers Co. Mrs. Fred Kuebl has been spend­ ing the week visiting at Menom...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

X I txxxxxxxx/xx .. OQTOOT ADVOCATE. t BA*. XXK lt»XKXXK,XX.XKOHH{» « « X X « « Ht*K W K)t KIHH^ » # » j [ Serge and Tricotine Suits of Unrepeatable Value $55.00 In a Special Showing This Week The accompanying cut sliows only one of the models—there being several other styles to select from. Part of this lot of suits are a delayed shipment ■which,we had almost given up hope of receiving. Materials are best quality tricotine and fine men’s wear serge in navy blue only. All are splendidly made and handsomely lined with figured silk, satin, silk poplin and plain messaline. Styles are tip to the minute and, every one is an exceptional value — being specially priced for this week’s selling at only ■ Hainesville v The Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Jens Valley, Tuesday, April 6th. Everybody is welcome. Dora Bergslaml, who is assistant commercial teacher in the Sturgeon Bay high school is spending her ater vacation a t ‘her, h’ome in Hainesville. ,'v ,,,- Rev. Mickels...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

Childhood days are happy days to the robust ■child they are intended to be days of growth. brings to a cMId that is nbt thriving, power that sustains strength—substance that determines growth. Scott’s is concentrated toUic-nourishtWent which is readily assimi­ lated and tranSmuted into Strength. Give S(tibit*s EmttltHtfn fo growing children often. The ocdB^vfi epfl*Uvtf bll used in F-— fa tb* fattioag 8* & B.vPffObess,M ihade in'lv&way and refined in our ovn American fcaoorstones. It-isa guarantee ot purity and patatobilty unsurpassed. Scott & Bbime, Bloomfield, N .J. ffiftg * * * * * * * * * * * | l » I H H i: ForSale R eal E sta te B u lletin No. 29— 80 A, clay loam , 60 cult., 16 wood, 15 low 2 m. to village, 2 m. to school, 2 m. to cheese fac­ tory, % m. to condensery, 2 m. to L uth. church} log house, fram e 40x90 barns, fram e stables, g ar­ age, and m achine shed, log g ran ary 3 horses, 8 cows, 2 heifers, 2 calves, pigs, chickens, m achinery, all ,seed-grai...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

-Jfw , po o r o o u irrr apvopaijb, stu rg eon b a t , I n s Come On Boys! No matter how you get here — just come any old way only so you can see the niost wonderful Boy’s suit ever made. It is the only Boy’s Suit made with an Insurance Policy. We . just can’t teU it all, YOU MUST (X)Me 'sSM !® 1«v AND SEE. Bring your mother if she can INSURED CLOTHES FOR. BOVS come for she can tell you how well this suit is made. ’Li: The Only *^= Wearpledge Store .*SSI Theman’sstore gets the best lines -35'very * ‘ Wearpledge ’ ’ suit 'is furnished with a non-remov­ able “ Live” Leather Belt. The belt s-t -r-e-t-c-h-e-s and gives with every move of- the body and adjusts itself over a large dinner. It’s great, boys. ' Given Aw ay F re e Balance of Stock of Jewelry with Each Cash Purchase 5 • —with $3.00 order— we will give one gold-filled stick-pin, with $5.00 order— one set of cuff-buttons or brooch.- r ' —:with $10.00 order— one finger ring or something ofequal value. For Easter, A ll Kinds of...

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 — 2 April 1920

SECTION two STURGEONv BAY PACES 9 to 16. -door county dem ocrat PAGES 1 TO 8. S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S ., F R ID A Y A PUT 1 „ 2 . 1 9 2 0 . »T a . X I ^ j ' i? v o c a t e b r i n g * IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD RESSrnUOZj I HISTORY Committee In Quandry Over Project. MAY DROP IT ENTIRELY. Records of Soldiers Not All In. Price of Printing Increased Greatly, Committee Susy and No Funds To Hire l Clerical Help. Work on the Door County Memorial History is at a standstill while the committee in charge of the work is debating the proper course to pursue with the material and data on hand. More than 1,000 letters have been eent out to the soldiers, campaigns have been conducted thru the schools and the newspapers have devoted considerable space in an endeavor to get the data required from soldiers or their relatives, but there still re­ main a great number of ex-service men whose records, have not been turned in to the committee. While about 80 per cent of the data required has ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

POOB OQPWCT ADVOCATE. BTUBGBON BAY, m„ AI?1IL 2,1920, Door County Advocate Sintered at the Poatofflce at Sturgeon a Bay, Wis., aa aecond-olaae matter. Published By Door Comity Publishing Conqtany Incorporated. Eivery Friday at Bturgreon Bay, Wla. H. jr. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all eommanlcatloui to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, f&OO p«r Tear. Ca m iettag iM ic iid u u e i,t t » « ll aa « d l u the »ew address shoeld t e i b m STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 2. Election Nest Tuesday. Next Tuesday is election day. The ©act that the chairman of each town hold over not as much interest as us­ ual is manifested in the. election out in the country, and probably a light ■yote will result. While the voter has an opportunity of writing in the name of Mb prefer­ ence for candidate for President, the fact that not any of the proposed •candidates’ names are printed on the 'ballot, but must be written in, makes i t very probable that not many will take advantage of it, as wit...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

^ p o o r o w n n c i u w o c a r a ,- btu bo bo n bay , - w ia , '-.'-, a f r il 2,1920. Bowling Results AMERICAN LEAGUE. March 23. Freight Agents— Bathke --------- —.175 135 146— 456 Meverden Olson — Brower _ Reisinger -136 106 138—380 -155 139 178—472 -147 135 132—414 -149 136 141— 426 Slip Alongs— Sanderson, T.A.~ Sanderson, H.J._ P erry _________ Harris ______ Stedman ____ 762 651 735 2148 -155 157 187—499 _ 95.113 165— 373 -149 152 155—456 -110 133 141—384 -134 98 117— 349 643 663 765 2061 Handicap- 70 70 70—210 713 723 835 22U Spike Horns— Reynolds_______ 143 158-150—451 Leonhardt, D_____ 126 119 143—388 Teweles, M______ 148 151 150—449 Augustine______ 140 133 135—408 Christianson, J 138 121 138— 397 Handicap- 695 682 716 2093 . 30 30 30— 90 Butchers— H aen--------- LaMere — . Greisen, S._ Baudhuin - Stephan ---- 725 712 746 2183 _155 155 155—465 -137 141 164— 442 .155 155 155—466 -165 114 121— 400 -132 132 132-^-396 Handicap- 744 697 727 2168 - 36 36 36—108 780 733 7.63 2276...

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

„ • \" • i\" M y m i = ':t^i-v c- th e re g u la r 1 NATIONAL to b e h e ld in N O TICE IS H E R E B Y G IV E N th a t a t t h e tim e of hold SPR IN G , JU D IC IA L D E L E G A T E ELECTIONS, t h e sev eral tow ns, w ard s, v illa g es an d ♦le c tio n d istric ts of th e s ta te o f W is­ consin, on th e first T uesday of A pril, 1820, b ein g th e six th day o f sa id m onth, in' a ccordance w ith Section 1 o f A rticle X II o f th e C o nstitution o f th e S ta te of W isconsin, an d as d irected b y C h ap ters 4S6 a n d $04, L aw s of W isco n sin fo r XB19, th e follow ing proposed A M EN D ­ M EN T S TO T H E CONSTITUTION of th e S ta te o f W isconsin, w h ich w e re tw ice ad o p ted b y th e W isconsin L e g isla tu re • t th e re g u la r sessions of-1917. a n d 1919, a n d published for th re e m o n th s a s r e ­ q u ire d b y said Section 1 o f .A rticle X II o f th e W isconsin C o n stitu tio n , w ill be su b m itte d to a vo te o f the. E le cto rs of th la...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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