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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 May 1920

p o o h o o w pb t Ap v o c a t b . c t c t o b o n b a t . wifc. m a y a i . i»go. Marine Neiys Tags of the Emergency Fleet, built by the Leathern & Smith Co., are be­ ing docked at the Universal yards this week. The gasoline boat Wisconsin was in port yesterday and her owners were looking for a cargo. ■ The gasoline boat Marion deliver­ ed a load of beech, wood here yester­ day for the Barker Lumber & Fuel company.\" ' Engineer Andrew Tollifson Was in the city the latter part of last week, looking for firemen to go to Tona- twanda to ship on craft at that port. Although $150 a month was offered Jew men could be secured. , The big steamer Venzuala, Capt: Bennett, was in port yesterday on her way south with a load of soft, and the genial skipper took occa­ sion to call on his family who re­ side at Baileys Harbor. Glen. Bergerson of this city has been discharged from the marine hos­ pital at the Soo, having been sick for a month with small-pox. He is now second mate...

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 — 21 May 1920

A, D oge odcnty -apvooa^ ^ jH M iii i ^ mmsmmm mm* immmmmt+mmmmmmmmmtm* LOCALS Twin Dies— One ot the twin babies boro to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tron- eon last week, died Saturday morn­ in g 'an d the condition of the other baby is reported to be serious. Entertained— Miss Katherine Grass entertained lor Mrs. Dan Fisher fof Green Bay Monday evening. Mi'S'. Robert Keyes entertained ',‘for‘,.ber sister, Mrs. Fisher, at bridge Wed­ nesday afternoon. Crib Cells For Cribs—^Adolph Miller has purchased the cell cages from the old^county jail buiiding which was recently razed'and will use them for cribs in. the erection of a boat dock on South Cedar street. Will Remain West— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, who w ent' to Cali­ fornia last fall, have decided to make that state th eir permanent home. Mr. Nelson is offering his sum­ mer home on the bay shore for sale. Buys Residenec-r-W. A. Gauerke, lo­ cal agent for the Green Bay Sugar Company, and who recently sold his farm in Sevastopol, has...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 May 1920

. . \"i1 .. . w r j ,.g y sg r i* 1i..* i* r .. j ii'j ,., ..I MU M I I I I I ’ ©$■ A C CfE NfTIO# j j W5W8Y *NOTEB OpNOEBNXNO PEOPLE YOU KNOW 1 ’ » , » . . . . . . * « » ♦ » + — ....................... M. B, Goff left during,the,.week on Green Bay Monday by the serious a business trip to Michigan. Mrs. Clayton Graef, left Monday for Milwaukee after a short visit here. ■ Prank Ortober of E g g 'H arb o r transacted business in the city Sat­ urday. • ^ ■ ... \" _ Miss Florence Hanson visited he# sister in ’ Kewaunee from Saturday to Monday! i Dr. F. C. Huff and Edwajfid “S. Reynolds motored to Milwaukee Sat­ urday returning Monday^ ' M rs/ W illis Lockhart oL preen Bay, is spending thet W eek/yisiting friends and relatives in the city Frank :Root,‘ proprietor of the \"Tire and Tube Hospital” at Eph­ raim , was in the city on business Sat­ urday. . Rod Berrio, who has been , con­ fined to his home for many months, was able to be about towii within the week. \" illne...

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 — 21 May 1920

We o ,you th e SERV 1C ^ S A F E T Y Totur future is going to be the future you are making now. Your duty to yourself and your home folks is to prepare a comfortable future. The little sums you spend every day for extravagances would make a nice looking bank balance at a time when you will need the money. PUT YOUB HOMEY IN OUR BANK You will receive four per cent interest BANK OF STURGEON BAY itiM BBB FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. BR A N C H A T SA W Y ER O F F I C E R S A N D D I R B O T O B I ■HU R T F B TO BB . F w » . JOS. W O L T m L V k e -P r e e . x B .m a w m A A t O M U n a c . K om m r. a m * c m u w B . J . K E I I R , H e r . 8 aw ye* B n u k ' R O G ER EATO CG H I m « » * W 11 M l ! ♦♦♦» m H W W H H t W W » w w “Monogram 0 9 ” is best beyond dispute— “Refuse to buy a substitute.it f Power Oil Company, •: -7 7 , 633-37 W. 39th' St, f ? ^ Chicago, HI: T Attention—Mr. Dickey. Dear Sir: In answer to your inquiry regarding the results we are obtaining from Monogram Oil,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 May 1920

pooa ooww a d v o c a te . w p b m m k b a t. w iaM m a y b i, iw o . oomuiHASfoir FREE TO THE SICK OB. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Dis- •ases of Uen, Women and Children, and offers to aU that trill call on that day, date and during the hoursgiven below, consultatlon and adrloe FRED OFCHABtifi. Or. C. A. Hoag ?? Chicago. Ill, w ill be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, June 3, office hours 10 ' a. m. to 7 p. m. SOTH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE In the treatm ent of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C.- A. Hoag of Chicago maintains. An honest opinion and diagnosis always given. # VHe has to his credit many wonderful cures in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, # Heart, Lungs, Nerves and ' Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and other rectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump* tlon also throat and ear diseaseo, BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples, Scrofula, Tumors, G...

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 — 21 May 1920

5 }' t d o o b o o u k tz k o ‘ m m z t w - . /. a m p p for overy boy who wants a better suit, then he ever had be fore DiSUREDCXOTUES imns BETTER because it is the only suit made with an INSURANCE POLICY insuring the w eam f qu^Iitiea.to the extreme £ satisfaction of the hard knocks a boy will give a suit. i ‘ ? uv‘ - y IN THE INSIDE POCKET of the coat you will find the Insurance Policy, a small s^watch of cloth thfe same as % the suit, and some extra buttons. ON THE PANTS you will find a LIVE LE^YHER BELT sewed in so f . your brother can’t get your belt unless he takes the pants also. (This belt sells in most stores for $1.25 to $1.50, 4 but in “WEARPLEDGE” the maker sews the belt in). ^1 , jt. Clothing costs h ford to b u y aboy’ssuitunless nohey and you can’t af- the maker and merchant st if it goes bad. andready ■s' to make good THE ONLY WEARPLEDGE STORE IN DOOR COUNTY CLOTHING- HOUSE BESIDES WEARPLEDGE WE HAVE OTHER BOYS’ SUITS AT $4.95 to $16.75 BOYS’ INSURED “WEARPLEDGE”...

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 — 28 May 1920

V o l u m e 59 STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DOOR COtJNTY DEMOCRAT NUMBER « ^ a S ia r« » tiA ttG ESlv CIKCTOLATI OH W SOHTHHA8TEBW W ISCOH8III BAYSIDE CEMETERY STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920, * ? S S 0A »yO C A T E BR IN G S ITS ADV E 8 T IS E H S GOOD H BM fK ' Memorial Day Program Held in Morning BUSINESS TO SUSPEND All Stores and Places of Business To Be Closed For Day—List of Veterans Who Lie Buried In Cemeteries Adjacent To City With the exception of the memor­ ial services which will be held Sun- { iay morning at 11 o’clock at,th e . M. E. Church the entire Memorial Day program will be held Monday. All business houses are expected to close Monday. Gov? Philipp issued a proclamation designating- Monday as the holiday. The Archie Lackshire Post of the American Legion will have charge of the program. A request is made of l ^ l t ’izens for the use of automobiles \"Monday. A half-dozen or so cars are w anted.. The Legion also requests . soldiers in the county ...

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 — 28 May 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STPBQBON BAYf « u u MAY 28,1920. J ijf U t l M 1I»♦♦♦+♦♦«*!*♦♦♦♦«1 H I I H i i I H 111 H I I !♦ »»» “! Wfe have the following standard Seed Com ! on hand: WISCONSIN No. 12 WISCONSIN No. 8 LONGFELLOW FLINT RED COB GOLDEN BANTAM (Sweet) ALSO SOY BEANS Feed Grinding Our J Flour—Feed—Hay—Straw—Salt—Wood Bushman Milting Co. F. P. Bushman, Mgr. f l U I H O M I I IH W M l * t W W W W — W W M YOUR AUTOMOBILE IS AN INVEST­ MENT OF YOUR MONEY. Is Your Investment Fully Protected? r'\\ W© can write you a combination policy, at the lowest ratequot ed in Wisconsin, covering T REAL ESTATE ^ l^ i6 n : PROPERTY DAMAGE • uABicrrY TORNADO, HAIL, ETC. Phone or call and get our rates. We will be glad to quote rates on cars of any make. J. (i OLLlNC^R T h e I n s u r a n c e M a n I ■I I ❖ t L 0 A N S ♦ How Much Would You Give for This Pile of Junk? Sawyer PRETTY WEDDING CORPUS CHRISTI A pretty wedrtiny topi: place “at Corpus Chrlstl Chtireb Tuesda...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 May 1920

aooa 06OHW iPvocAtg, wp»ffiBOH b a t . '' w fQ ' m a t as, isao. Marine News SETTLE WITH G. L. ® i«D .C O f P K- J* 1 , I1- A.G etXU fe*ot Pr**U- cally iso per cent After Being Odt On Strike Since May 1. After being oat on strike since May 1 the Tag Firemen and Linemen Pro­ tective association has finally gone hack to work after having arrived at an agreement with the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock company. The wage scale, which follows, pro­ vides for both a 10-hour day and an 8-hour day. Thjs was necessary be­ cause of some states having an 8-hoor law while in other states 10 hours constitutes a day's work. The wage scales carries an increase of practi- cally 80 per cent over last year. The scale for all ports excepting Chicago, South Chicago, Cleveland and Buffalo is as follows: 1. All tugs shall carry two men, who shall perform the duties of fire­ man and lineman, each of whom shall receive $147.60 per month and board. ' 2. Men employed on tugs working under the said Eight H...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 May 1920

• ' ... • 1 *• ' T f I ^ “ v •*■ ^ 5 - , 1 ' ! * \" -\"■■ ■■\" ‘ ' \" \" ' . ■ , 1 ^ O R K N K X T ^ K K m WITRA nitrate M S M anyone wanting some. W ill also phosphate. 16%. Phone 684-F-1-3. a WIGDALEJ. til(lOwl) • The Wolter Bay’s new industry organized ly ly Jos. Wolter, will start its first work next week, the freighter Wis­ consin of Marinette, coming to the new yard for a general rebuild While thecompany has not yet secuij ied Its equipment, nor erected its buildings, it is able to start work and expect to be fully equipped latt­ er in the season. - h Mr. Wolter, who is in charge pf' the work, is advertising for carpen­ ters, ship-carpenters and laborers.* BLONDA-PFISTER WEDDING !! Henry Pfister, of Sawyer, and Miss Dorothy Blonda, of. this city, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Wednesday morning, May 26, Rev. A. Broens, officiating. Miss Bucy Schinktgen acted as bridesmaid and Philip Pfister as groomsman The bride wore a...

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 — 28 May 1920

BOOB m f o^r MEW8Y NOYES CONOEBNINQ PEOPLE Y(MJ ENOW ***** I E . C. Thorp of Pish Creek was a business, caller in the city Wednes­ day. 'Miss Pricill Marchand left Tues­ day for a several days* visit at Green Bay. ■ Mi .-fin'd Mrs. John Perry motored to Escanabfi Shturday, returning the first of thfi week. - . Barney Hahn was up from Fish Creek during the week, looking'after his business interests here. • Miss Celia Lpng, a student at the D. K. Training school, spent the wpek end with her parents here. Sam Perry of Forestville, was in the city Wednesday, being: in attend­ ance,, at- the funeral of Mrs. Albert Strahl. L. D. Smith was in attendance at the Republican meeting held in Mil- iimiimiitiitiiitii pride iiiMiiiiitiiniiiin nod Wbeautifulshowing,.ai' E are line of gifts’ FOR THE BRIDE. It .wiH be a.pleasure to haye^you come in and look them btfep GEORGE DRAEB, Jeweler 'T* waukee Monday evening at the Pfiister Hotel: Mrs. Wm. Gunther visited several days last week with Mr. a...

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 — 28 May 1920

CTPBflBBOW BUT. 1WK- WtAT’3B,-fWW. Gsm Rock H iss Agnes Nelson, who has been employed In Chicago since last fall, •riv ed home Saturday to spend the cum m er. H r. and Mrs. Bellne, Menominee, arrived here last week and are stop­ ping a t the home of Christian Ander­ son. Mr. Beline has secured half In­ terest in Alt Anderson’s fishing out­ fit. P A T S D I E SO do mice, only they eat RAT-SNAP. A nd they leave no odor behind. Don't ta k e our word for it—try a package. C ats and dogs won’t touch it. Rats pass up all food to get RAT-SNAP Three sizea 25c. alse (1 cake) enough for Pantry, K itchen or Cellar. BOc slae (2 cakea) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. 91.00 aise (5 cakea) enough for all farm and out-buildings, storage build­ ings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by Scofield Co. and Bassett’s Drug. Store. GIBRALTAR H. S. COMMENCEMENT Large Crowd Attends First Sradi­ ation Exercises—Most Interesting Program Rendered— Class of Three Scores of automobile...

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 — 28 May 1920

POOR OOPWTE ADVOCATK, OTPBtflDOli BAy, ffR , Sister Bay Norbert and' Bernard Hugenroth autoed to Sturgeon Bay last week on Friday. ”V Ben Johnson, from Detroit Har­ bor, visited with John Aznoe last Tues’day, May 25. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Disjardne tran­ sacted business at Sturgeon Bay last week, May 19 Viria and Vernon Sorenson from Baileys Harbor visited at Appleport Saturday evening. . A gasoline tank was. put up at the garage of Hedeen and Isaacson this week Tuesday. [ Miss Josie Anderson from Chicago spent a few days here this week, visiting with her sister, M^s. John Boquist. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hugenroth re­ turned to Sawyer last week Tuesday after viBiting relatives and friends here for a couple of weeks. \\ Miss Alice Anderson, Miss Florence Kellstrum and Mis3 Mary Magnette, visited at the Appleport school last Monday afternoon, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mickelson and son Wallace and Mrs Aug. Swenson autoed to Sturgeon Bay last week on Wednesday, on a business and pleas­ ure ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 28 May 1920

t* **** ************ Knudsen an4 Blsii fc. Knud C. Brant and Nancy (correct first f his wife, Nich­ o las Vader and Eliza Vader his wife, Jo h n E. Blrdsall and M ary (o first name unknown) Blrdsail his wife, \"William Brown, O. Torrison.and M artha P. Torrlson his wife, Poter'Portzen Sr. -Julien Johanna Annunlson, tho unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, and assigns o f he above named defendants,,the un­ known owners of tho premises herein- ,-after described and to all whom it may .concern—Defendants. V.w .The State of W isconsin to the said ^defendants and each of them ’!. You are hereby summoned to appear ' \"Wlthtn twenty days after the service of • .'this summon upon you exclusive of the j a y of service and defend the above en­ title d action in tho court aforesaid and 3n cake of your failure so to do, judg- anent will be rendered against you ac­ cording to the demands of the com- jplalnt. V The premises acectod by this action tare those described as follows to-wit: Dots two...

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 — 4 June 1920

. XduftcnuT c r a o n i n o B n N OBTHHAWBBir wuconsn STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY. JUNE 4, 1920. Miss ^Mercy Greisen Weds Chicago Man JOHN OLUNGER A BENEDICT Prominent Local .Business Man Marries Miss Anna Keogh of Green' Bay — Jacksonport. Couple Married By Rev. Sterz At Lutheran ■ Mercy Isabelle, daughter^ of Mr. : and Mrs. Charles Greisen of this city, was m arried Tuesday afternoon a t 5. o’clock at the. home of her parents, N. Cedar street, to Carleton Hess of LaGrange, 111. Rev. S. Groenfeldt ^ perform ed the ceremony. Mrs. Brice ^ Hess, and W alter McLain, both of Chicago, were the attendants. Be­ fore the ceremony E verett Valentine .'bang, “Believe Me If All Those En- .dearing Young Charms.\" Following the ceremony he sang, \"O, Promise ^-Me.’’ v Only, relatives and immediate ^friends were present. ,• A 6 o’clock wedding dinner was . nerved at the home and a t 8 o’clock /th e young .couple, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Greisen, left in an fautompbiie .for Green Ba...

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 — 4 June 1920

*■' I f - the SurnphomJba The Paper with the Inviting Texture HOLD a sheet of Symphony Latvn Writing- Paper to the light. Note its ..translucent dearness. Then feel the beauty of its real lawn , texture. It invites you to use your pen. Th**1 observe the water mark—placed there for ’’ your guidance and protection. Symphony Writing Paper is the choice of dis­ criminating women—not only because it is in good taste, but because of its splendid writing surface. Made in, three finishes and several fashionable tints. Sheets and envelopes to be had in a number of styles, permit, expression of personal taste. Correspondence cards and • envelopes, also. Emil W. Hide’s Drug Store, Sturgeon Bay Woerfel’s Drug Store, Sawyer If You Want ‘an the best service at the least cost your car to us. ' ALL w o r k GUARANTEED Wm, Schoeller, Proprietor Phone 76-J ........ ................................................................ ........... They Used to Milk Till 10:00 O’Clock But Now They’re Throu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 June 1920

DOOM OeCTTT AP VOCa«A «*TOGEO BAT, m *« JUNE 4,1*30. Washington I*land Among the 't&iehers home : 4rb*ii sAool work ate Myrle Jacobson and *«ma 8igurdson.' We understand , that Miss Sigurdson and MISs Poltv- kh will/ have : charge wf the Detroit Harbor school the 6ming year. ■ Continued dry weather and quite wafm day, tho cool nights, has Re­ tarded the growth of all crops and real good soaking rains are needed soon to insure any hay at all. Our last year pest, the grasshopper, is again appearing in millions and with dry weather will be in their glory. ‘ Some of the hotels here are hooked for the sumujer, especially for the months of July and August, and some for parts of June and September. This will make a good season again. Last year was all ^that could .be wished. Rates are, of coursp, high­ er than formerly, - but this is to be expected. - Tho labor is' both scare and high the road work is progressing very nicely. The grading :[ to Gasoline Town has been completed a...

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 — 4 June 1920

D orcas Society— T he D orcas society « f th e C o n g re g atio n alc h u rc h :.will meet w ith M rs. Hi' ■■it. Ferguson on T seed ay evening, Ju n e 8. , V . ^ ,,\\ A D au g h ter— A baby girl .'arrived •it th e ' hom e o t Mr. and M rs. C.' P. B assett Tuesday noon, Ju n e £ Mrs.'\". B assett and d aughter are doing n l ^ R um m age S ale— T he A-OtJcP&a Camp F ire Girls w ill hold a' rum tfiage s ale ,fro m 2 to 5 p. m. S aturday aft- ernoon, Ju n e 5th, a t the M. E. ■■ church. ’ 'm'W'\"! Buys House— Julius Schaak of Sevastopol has moved to -the city hav in g purchased th e John Schuyler house and lot on N.- Church street. M r. Schaak contem plates several Im provem ents about llie Place. A nother Oil T rain— T he H om e Oil com pany’s tribulations caused by car ■shortage and consequent 'inability to Obtain gasoline have been assuhged by an o th er large shipm ent of .oil, a tra in load having been received W ednes­ d ay . T h e company hias ordered a 32.000 g...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 June 1920

« \" - . , i ■ ’ * ' ' - ’ - j i 'i .'■- FBRS©^ Aj^MENTION? ^country:load ireW)JY HOTKa CONOEENINO PEOPUS YflU KNOW I , Miss Katherine Graass ^visiting at Grfeen Bay.and Weyauwega. ^Aittdrney Walter Bie of Green Bay, was a Visitor in the. city yesterday. Stanton Minor and Rolland El- well, were here from Milwaukee over Suhday. : Washburn, Mr.. and Mrs. George Dunn and Miss Emma Helm left here in the WaBhburn car Sun­ day for a trip to Minneapolis. Miss Barbara Soukup returned the fore-part.of the week from Marr quete, Mich., where she had been 'Visiting her sister, Miss Fannie. Mrs. W illiam., Knuth and son Ralph, motored her&' from .Milwau­ kee to spend Memorial Day’With tjie former’s mother, Mrs. Mark Molt Sr. -Mrs. C. W. Sanderson has been in Milwaukee during the present week visiting friends and relatives and in - attendance at the RebekaJ}' Grand Lodge - Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Noll left Wed? nesday for Milwaukee to visit their son August and family. They will also .visi...

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 — 4 June 1920

SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen «nd movement becomes painful it ia usually an indication that the kidneys are out of order. Keep *bese organs healthy by taking B 333SS3S 'The world’s standard remedy for kidney, 'liver, bladder end uric add troubles. Fhmoua since 1695. Take regularly end keep in good health. In three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed as represented, took fat the urn* Gold Medal on every bos lodl WOMAN’S CLUB CON­ VENTION KILLS RATS a n d m ice—th a t’s RAT-SNAP, th e old Tellable ro d en t destroyer. Comes In cak es—no m ix in g w ith o th er food.. T o u r m oney b ack If it falls. 25c. else (1 cak e) enough fo r P an try , K itc h en o r C ellar. She else (2 cakes) fo r Chicken House, coops, o r sm all buildings. t U 4 alse (5 cak es) enough for all fa rm an d out-buildings, Btorage build­ in g s, o r factory buildings. Sold and G uaranteed by Scofield Co. and B assett's D ru g Store. Â¥2 Interesting Program Held At District Meeting At DePere La...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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