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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 April 1920

■ -: - /v-- y V . POOaOOPITCT APVOCATB. arrogBON BAY. Wl*. APRIL 16,1020. ^ / ' Miss Rath Lemense left tor her home in Houston last Tuesday after a visit with relatives. • T h ere w as no school T hursday and F rid ay a s th e teachers atten d ed th e teachers m eeting a t S turgeon Bay. S ister Odile of D uck C reek w as hom e to atten d th e fun eral of h er m o th er la st M onday, retu rn in g W ed­ nesday. L a st Sunday th e F orestville F resh ­ m en basbetball team journeyed to B russels an d w ere defeated 18 to 7. F red Johnson and Joe Llnzm eyer w ere referees. .On several occasions lately in te r­ m itte n t flashes of lig h t have appear­ ed in th e school-house and are'alw ays seen in th e evening a fte r th e teach­ e r s leave th e building fo r hom e. L ast Sgjhlay th e lig h ts w ere again seen an,d an investigating p a rty organized b u t upon arriv al a t the school n o t a sig n of any person could be found. T h e trespassers en te r th ru a window it h a ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 April 1920

. n e t ’flte p o o b o u p n t t LOCALS H m OjeraOon— M rs.J a s . B .J o )m - H n underw ent an operation a t the hospital yesterday. ( j • A B ig Boy— A 12-pound baby boy arriv ed a* th e hom e of Mr. and Mrs. George W orley last S aturday m orn­ ing, the first-boy of four children. Boys U p ro tn to es— A. Teweles m ade a trip th ru the country last -week buying up potatoes and F rid ay shipped a carload of 2,000 bushels. T he potatoes w ere bought fo r $3 a bushel. A dopted Baby Dies— The 8-month- old baby recently adopted by M r, and M rs. A lbert W indorf died F rid ay m orning from in te s tin a l' troubles a fte r a short illness. M rs. W indorf adopted two of the D ufek children, th e other being a boy three-years old. M rs. Dufek, a sister ■ of M rs. W in­ dorf, died a t Indianapolis leaving ten children. ' C ase Dism issed—-The case of the S tate vs. Alex Chaudoir- w hich was r ‘ to have been tried yesterday before Ju stice M everden was ordered .dis­ m issed by the...

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 — 16 April 1920

• * * - - . j _ _______ p o o » t t l o ^ t r f t r t t o R O N E A i r APRlL 10, 1920. AND OX-BLOOD SHOE POLISHES BEST FOR HOME SHINES—SAVE THE LEATHER THE BIG VAfcUE PACKAGES Also PASTES and LIQUIDS fofBlack, Tap,and White Shoes THE P. P. DALLEY C O K P O S J 3f i C K S V r D n -.f : ■ * * * ' . - I BUFFALO. N. Y. \"..... - \"-V HOUSE Saturday, April 24 The Benson Amusement Co. Presents Under the Auspices of American Legion Post No. 72 The Truly American Military Comedy Perfect Cast. Beautiful Scenic Produc­ tion. A LAUGH EVERY MIN­ UTE By E arl C arjoll (Author of “So Long L etty’’) and Tommy Gray A PLAY THAT CONVULSES WITH LAUGHTER EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Prices: 50c-75c-$1.00-$1.50 JUST ARRIVED A n o t h e r s h i p m e n t of W O N D E R W A S H E R S has j u s t b e e n r e c e i v e d . These wonderful washing machines are grow­ ing more popular every day. Come in and let us demonstrate one of them to you. Seeing is believing. We guarantee them to be exact­ ly as r...

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 — 16 April 1920

Annual 1 Holstein \" y ^ - ) .s ' . - a M£k .1 1 »* ....... .c'^ :* ' ‘1 -•/: ■ ' . . . ' 7 Au Light Car Road ReaxdsSmaahjed . , V . r w V , - ■ »'*- '-• ' . : More Than Just Style Kuppfenheimer good clothes are more than mere clothing — more than mere style ideas— they are “good Amer­ ican masculine appear­ ance.” This is the way one New Yorker ex­ pressed it. Better come in and see the new idea and the various adaptions of it. The fabrics are won­ derful. The tailoring better than ever. 1 And do not forget that these clothes are the cheapest clothes ■— every way.— in the long run. L M. Washburn Co. 1 h e h o u s e o f Kuppenheimer Clothes If you want a M O N U M E N T or cemetery work for Decoration Day, place your order now* M. J. Pivonka Sturgeon Bay, Wis. EVERGREEN GROVE FARM FOR SALE On account of poor health I offer my farm for sale. About 155 acres, 115 under cultivation, bal­ ance timber and pasture. There is about' 15 acres in orchard, six years old this spri...

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 — 16 April 1920

A p y o cu m e. s to b q b o n b a t , w » , a p r x l 10, 1020. ' ' *!*■ “A W ord to the Wise” ■,.:r'U: ■■'■ ,:v ■ says the Good Judge You w ant real chewing satisfaction. A little of the Real Tobacco Chew lasts so much longer than the old kind. You don’t need a fresh chew nearly as often—so it costs ho more to chew this class of tobacco. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. - Put Up tin Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a,short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco. W e y m a n - 3 r .u to n C o m p a n y .- liu 7 f-Broadway, N e w York City *Tis Better to Repair a Leaky Roof Than to Pay for the Damage It Causes.” % YouVe heard the story of the man and the. !! foot, When it rained he couldn't fix it and when it didn’t rain the roof needed no fixing. And so ruined ceilings and walls cost him more than roof repairs would have cost. SHINGLES AND ROOFING ,If you have a leaky roof, profit by his example ■j and fix it now while you can. The value of t...

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 — 16 April 1920

DOQR OQOSTI AD? OF GETTING \\ A *7j? tjude a#k •ecisrtREo FERTILIZERS IT m s TO USE THEM •VV.^A. ■ w .-rM s’s still time to fertilize If you haven’t invested in Swift’s Red Steer1 Fertilizers, now is the tune to do it. If you still want to enjoy the big profits that come with fertilized crops, and want more Swift’s Red Steer Fertilizer* to make the application per acre heavier—or spread on new fields—you can order now and get .them. Fertilize every acre — remember that one acre fertilized is usually good for more profit than two acres without fertilizer. Don’t Wait—get your supply now! Door County Fruit Growers Union ----- Sturgeon Bay, Wis. DECLARATION OP INDEPENDENCE WAS NOT SIGNED ON JULY 4,1776 This is only one of many little known facts developed by the research which preceded the publication, of the series of articles on Our Government, now being distributed without charge to the friends and of this Institution. [ • If you will call we shall be glad to add your name to our m...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 April 1920

fcTCRGEON B iÂ¥, ADVOCATE—-CONSOLIDATED-— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT \"'i NUMBER VS. ' twiNiw *'* /,'■......— a u t e r i c a l ^ LA BG E8T CIBCVX^ATtOJI a SORTHEA8TEKJ( W I»COHHS 8TUKOKOM BAY, W IS., FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 1920. Ward 1 Ward 2 Ward Ward 4 Utility Commission______ 5,507.73 General City Cash_______ 27,962.26 Much Business At In* itial Meeting MAYOR BOLER’S ADDRESS $57,946.43 This amount will be increased by about $3,750 within a short time. There is about $3,000 coming from the utilities, $600 from state for fire tax and $150 from sundry li­ censes. New Mayor Makes Good Impres­ sion On His Associates-^-Com- & mittees and New Members . of Various Commissions Appointed The new council, with the new niayor, John Boler, presiding, held I its first meeting Tuesday night. Mr. Boler made a Very -good impression on his associate councilmen. He gave an elaborate talk on his ideas of city ■ government leaving the iDepression that he seriously means to do his duty as he sees it ...

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 — 26 April 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAX’, WIA. APRIIi 23, i020 - Sawyer News. Tw o Sawyer Couples Are Married 50 Years ANNIVERSARIES WEEK-END Hr. and Mrs. Frank Konrad Have Celebration and Home Com­ ing ^ d a y —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hitt Spend Entire M u^ed Lif e In D«par County On Sunday, afternoon Mr. and WrS. Frank Tkonard celebrated their ’Golden ‘Wedding anniversary, the ■event being not only in the nature of sa fiftieth wedding anniversary but 'also a home coming, their ten chil- «tfren, residing in different harts of *4he country all being present to ex- ttOnd congratulations to their aged GPtoents. JBesldes members of the family a mtnnber of old friends were present: Sbev. T. Schumann of the German Bitffheran church gave a short ad- 'drwss appropriate to the occasion. T he children presented their parents 'With many valuable presents, the presentation being made by John t&onrad, one of the boys from Mil- ’Wfcrolkee. Besides the many valuable tpfeces of jewelry that Mr.’ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 April 1920

D O O B AD V O C A C T, jffU B Q B O N B A T. W M - APRIL 83. 19B0 7 Mayor Boler’s Inaugural Message Delivered To the Council at its Session Tuesday Night, Vividly Portrays Lodal Conditions G entlem en of th e Council: One of th e d uties assig ned to th e m ayor of o u r city as p rescrib e d ,in th e S tate C h arter sta te s th a t \"he sh all from tim e to tim e give th e council such in fo rm atio n and recom m end su ch m easures as he m ay deem a d v a n tag e­ ous to th e city.” I t is th e re fo re m y p leasu re to address you briefly re g a rd ­ in g som e details .of ci^y governm ent, ■With all of w hich y o u ia r e no doubt fam iliar, b u t'w h ic h a t th is tim e m ig h t be em phasized w ith a 'b r ie f review . You and I w ho have been elected by th e people, to g e th e r w ith th e m en w hom w e have to n ig h t appointed, are so elected and so appointed' to SERVE th e people and n o t fo r th e ir ow n g lo ri­ fication! T here is only to n e ' degree of s...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 April 1920

IsHalfDone” WhenYou’v e O r d 4 ^ and Received. Go6ds f r o m The Store of Good Taste you are well started tow ard the preparation of a good meal A few suggestions No. 1 Rio Coffee. I t ............ .38c Good blend Coffee, n. . . . . . . . . .82c Special blend Coffee, lb. . . . . . . .88c XXXX Coffee, l b . . . . . . . . . . . . ,80c InBtant Coffee, can. . .S5c Juneau Coffee, lb . . . . . . . . 4 8 c Desert Chief Coffee,'‘lb ........... 45c Old Time Coffee, l b . ................50c Pixie Coffee, lb. . . . . .„ . . . . . . . .50c Bell Coffee, lb .......... . ... 48 c Seminole Coffee, l b . . ..................55c White House Coffee, lb\".. . . . . . ,60c Yuban Coffee, l b . . . . . . . ..............60c Very Best Coffee, Jb , .............. .C5c Juneau Tea, %-lb. .'...40c Nedra Tea, %-lb. . . . . . A . , ’t . .40c Liptons Tea, %-lb .50c Brook Bond Tea, %-lb ...5 0 c Tea Siftings, lb .................... 35c Tuna Fish, can. ......... 25c Fish Balls, can. . . . . . . . . . . . , . ,30...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 April 1920

.. ' W : . •• C '’P.,: W to ttf f , o f Fond dto Lac, deputy fo r th e state in d u strial com- m is sio m w a s in th e city T uesday on one o fp iis ro u tfn e jfttp s ,and again -inspected th e o p era h o u se. W ork of rebuilding, (th e S P rq M ^ s tr^ ic tu fe is expecte^ th s ta r t^ H a iic i b daye|’ T he owner,'^Barney H ahn,'.w ho b&P'h'een spending th e w in ter-o n his farm in F lo rid a, is expected hom e , w ithin a w eek. C aptain F ran k Jacobs of th e big .tug Tacom a, accom pnied by h is wife, arriv ed from Chicago first of th e ^eek'to^tdihaih^M w hich M r. Jacobs is in comtapmd of having b e e p ^ B d u p fo r the -pre^ sent, d ue to -t|p ? B trlk e conditions. T he captain\"eti|ijs_ th a t labor, condi­ tions in a t th e pres­ e n t tim e, aiid ig e n e M d b re a k k a in presen t conditions Is nfnnd to com e before lopg. S e v e rt( Soiway le ft M onday for M anitowoc to fit o u t th e steam er Norway. M em bers of th e crew of th e boat w ho resid e h...

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 — 26 April 1920

' IKK)B CWJKTY APVQQAm aTPltOBOW BAY. W1K, APRILga, IMP Marine News DOCKINGS AT THE UNIVERSAL Shipyard Gets Its Finances Straight­ ened Out and Has All the Work It Con Handle More men are being added to the crew at the Universal shipyard each «lay and about 70 men •will be em­ ployed within the next couple of weeks.' There is plenty of work in sight to keep the plant going and at a meeting of the directors of the company held here Tuesday the fin­ ancial status of the concern was straightened out. In the boxes at present is the steamer I. N. Foster which is being converted into a sandsucker. The Foster was recently purchased from the Sturgeon Bay Stone company by the Holloway Sand company of Buffalo, negotiations being conduct­ ed thru Captain O. W. Trayte. The converted boat will handle 600 cubic yards of Band and wiil work out of the port of Buffalo. The vessel will lie thoroly overhauled, caulked and ironed off and equipped with modern appliances for the work to which she wi...

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 — 26 April 1920

• • * •••â– â– â–  . • ■ '\"V ■ i' ■ l » « » » 4 i f ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» JPOOB OOtfNTY ADVOCATE, CTPBOBOS BAT. f f U , Flesh Forks Kitchen Knives Spoons Coffee Grinders A Food Chopper Heat Saws I Flour Bins | Bread Boxes Family Scales Egg Beaters Buying a food chopper is one of the best investments the, housewife can make. . It costs little, but what is more important, a fo o d chopper is a food saver. All sorts of appetizing dishes, can be mode from “left-overs.” You will also .find that a food chopper is a great saver of time and work. It has several knives that can be used to cut or grind the food as fine or as coarse as you\" want it. We now have ia ourwifidow a big display of kitchen helps that will interest every housewife. Come and see them. • STURGEON BAY, WIS. -M-HH When People ,‘?kly‘ earning capacity is greater than . . ever before, and now is a good time I to invest—” , ,. ' • The news leaks out and the smooth- toh’gued vendor of wild-cat schemes is hot on ...

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 — 26 April 1920

DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, create U Nervous and Chronio Die- - -saaftfi of Hen, Women and Children, end .offers to all that will call on that day, d atesnd during the hoars given AWow, consultation and advice FlUBB \"•?Sr - - — - -------- W O H A BG B. *. C. A. Hoag Chicago. I1L, will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday. ^May 6, office hours 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. -0T H YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE tarthe treatm ent of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag i f Chi cagomain tains. An honest opinion -and diagnosis always given. ? iH e has to his credit many Wonderful fores in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Sidneys, ‘Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, ■Files and other rectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump­ tion also throat and ear diseases, £LOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimple^, Scrofula, Tumors, Goiters, Appendicitis, Tetter, Eczema, Fits, and all constitu­ tional ...

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 — 30 April 1920

VOLUME 5 9 : tAHGEST CIBCm A'rtOJ n jroBTHBAsTBiut Wisconsin 8TUBGK0N BAY 1 'MRP'It . ONSOLIDATED DOOKCHj^irnr DEMOCBAT :' STURGEOM BAY, WIS., FKIDAY. APRIL 30, 1920. INCORPORATE FOR $200,000 Many New Members Join American Legion Iieathem D.s Smith Stone Company Is Formed Separate From Other Smith Industries. HAVE SHOWS AND DANCES Preparing Now For Memorial B&y and Home Coming—Judge Me Gillan, Green Bay, Gives Talk To Ex-Soldiers At Opera House Tuesday With its dances, shows and the talk by Judge McGillan this has been a big week in American Legion circles. Many new members have been added to the already large list and the local post is growing not only in member­ ship, but in \" prestige. The next ac­ tivity of the po^t will be the Me­ morial Day program. Then will come tlie work of organizing the com­ mittees for the big home-coming planned for July. The next regular meeting of the post will be held May 11 and every member is expected to be present. About 800 people attend...

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 — 30 April 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATB, STURGEON BA1', -W IS , APRIL 8 0 , 1920. S aw yer News. IMrs. Herman Braun Dies N asew nupeo W om an W hose Son W as K illed In P iw ico Dios P rom H e art F ailu re M rs. H erm an B raun, old\" resident •of th e tow n of Nasewaupee, passed iaw ay la st S aturday a t h er home, , ■death being due to an acute attack o f h e a rt failure. She had been ailing fo r several years. F u n eral services w ere held T uesday afternoon a t one o'clo ck from th e G erm an L utheran •church, Rev. Schum ann officiating. Deceased w as born Doc. 6, 1859 in ’G erm any and in 1864 cam e to thlB country w ith h er parents. T h e y rem ained in Pcnnsyl- ‘ 'v an ia a couple of years and in 18 6 6 cam e to W aukesha county, this tBtafe. In 1879 th e fam ily cam e to th is county and settled in th e town •of G ardner. T he following year de­ c eased was m arried to Mr. B raun and •since lived in N asewaupee. Besides h e r husband she leaves seven children: M rs. JuliuB Schwitch- t...

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 — 30 April 1920

_ b oob o o w w apTO O im ,, w r o f liw a a i, m , a p r i l *o. ioao. Marine News The lumber carrier N. J* Nessen arrived here Monday and -la a t the Jniversal yard for docking. Ann Arbors Nob. 4 and 5 are mak- ng regular trips thru to Menominee, the No. 5 m aking its -first trip thru here last Monday. Three schooners from Washington Island were at Qreen Bay last week returning with a miscellaneous cargo for residents of the island. The steamer W illiam A. Reiss, the first coal carrier to make Green Bay this year, was bound south Sat­ urday for another cargo of coal. The auxiliary schooner Sophie Fornlca of M arinette delivered a load of salt from Green Bay to mer­ chants along the east Bhore of the peninsula. The tug T. L. Brogan recently bought from Green Bay parties by Benjamin Cowles, the-Buffalo steam­ boat man, passed thru here during the week bound for Buffalo. E. H. Eliason, who was engineer on the tug Gillen at Milwaukee, has returned home for an indefinite length of t...

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 — 30 April 1920

nu«B ommrr Aij.ijpojrta mtÂ¥mm LOCALS Baby Boy— A son toas born' to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murry yesterday morning. j'- B&by Boy— Mr. and Mrs) Will Higgins are the parents of a baby boy who arrived Saturday, April 24. Fair and Supper—There will be a lair and supper afternoon and even­ in g, May 6, at the Me E. church par­ lors. ’ . I . Boys House— Kilian .Simon has purchased the' house on Grant' street occupied by Mr. and Mrs. George Machia. ■ Sweeper-Sprinkler—-The' city’ new $900 combination, sprinkler and street sweeper was set up yesterday and it is to be put: In operation at once. Missionary Society—The Woman’s Missionary society of the Congrega­ tional church will meet with Mrs. Albert Kalmbach Tuesday afternoon, May 4th. Biting Good— Hook and line fish­ ermen are enjoying themselyes these -days bringing home long strings of quite large sized fish. Perch are bringing 7 cents a pound. Gets Good Holstein—Enterprise Segis Dido is the name of a pure bred Holstein purchased...

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 — 30 April 1920

B A Y .W IB ^ 1M 0 C \\ Strawberry Plants \"While looking over OTU^ilrlMelry hltt last summer, the State Nurs­ ery inspector said: “Ton have the healthiest and t h r i f t i e s t looking strawberry patch that I ■ have seen on m y entire trip through the State.” DUNLAP and WARFIELD PLANTS $1 per 100 50Q@$4.50 1000@$8. KING RED RASPBERRIES 50 per dozen. $3.50 per 100. If you haven’t time to get the -plants, send your order and re­ mittance by mail and we will ship them by parcel post. Phone 640-F-6 WM. BAUERNFEIND R.D. 1, Box 53 (6w 4) Motor Boat for Sale \"XX I» Minf l »l H**»*10llli tit0»» • * RgONAL MEN.T1 -QH : KSWST V&SEB OONCEBNING PEOPLE 700* KNOW j I f 1 1 M * w i t * M * M W « U W W W « W l M I I I • I » » » Twenty-five feet long, 7 % ft. beam, V-miodel, 6 H.P. Callie-Perfection motor, speed 8 m iles, nine ft cabin aft, eight f t .. cockpit forward of ca­ bin, motor fn cockpit with Bald­ ridge reverse gear. F ull equipment. Can be used as houseboat Boat I...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 April 1920

• I - ‘ ' County News! Washington Island Hie Worth Embroidery Art Shop Be sure and visit the Art Shop ■when you come to town, and watch your chance for good bargains. Shop ds open from 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M., Saturdays until 9 P.M. I guarantee satisfaction or money back. Prompt service. Send your order today, to MBS. O. A. BINGHAM Sturgeon Bay, Wls., R.D. No. S. Phone 297-R Shop opposite City Hall Expert Radiator Repairing New Cores Installed Phmibing Furnaces O. Schoeiier 8 So. Cedar St. Near City Hall. Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R \" AND F U N E R A L d ir p c t io r ■ IA D I ASHMAN* Phone 185-R-—185-W. Repairing Promptly Done All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Id and 16 Ft. Skiffs Built to Order Now is the time to turn in your order. PETERSON Boat Works Elmer Anderson, Pres. &. Mgr. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Chas. Church the paint man who makes periodical visits to the Is­ land called on the trade the last week Swedish Select Seed Oats, for sale by the Bushman Milling Co., S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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