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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 June 1920

' V. ”■' Wft V ’ ^Va- p o o b o o r o iw j)» o c A T O , 'ip n w io H . ba y , w is , ju s r s v a e a o . Marine News RUSHED W ITH WORK The Universal Shipyard, now known as the Sturgeon Bay Dry Dock Company, has a large amount of work on hand, consisting of dockings and repair work which is being rush­ ed out at a rapid rate. At the present time the steamer I. N. Poster iB being converted from i a stone barge into a sand sucker the Dormer No. 2 was on the boxes during the week, the Peshtigo light­ ship Is waiting to be docked the steambarge Pahlow was at the yards last week to have some work done the big passenger steamer Petoskey has arrived to have considerable work done / having been dam­ aged at the dock, in Milwaukee by another steamer running into it. The Bon Ami occupied the boxes during the week. The government barge Rip Rap is being fitted out at Kewaiinee as a sand barge. The Rip Rap has been used for many years past in hauling stone forharbor construction work at v...

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 — 4 June 1920

ilSSt door O o p rn r ad v o o . v i ^ S l r s t P u b lic a tio n M ay T, MSO— wBl ' S ta te o f W isc o n sin , C irc u it C o u rt. • flDoor C o u n ty .- m o rm a n C. K n u d se n a n d E ls ie Q, K n u d - taen h is w ife —P la in tiffs , , : \" v s. .'■• '.■■ ■ ® . C B r a n t a n d N a n c y (c o rro c t firs t » a jh e u n k n o w n ) B r a n t h is w ife, N ich ­ o l a s V a d e r a n d B U za V a d a r h is w ife, '/ J o h n E . B lrd sa ll a n d M a ry (c o rre c t : ' (first n a m e u n k n o w n ) B lrd sa ll h is w ife, \"W illiam B ro w n , O. TorrlBon and M a rth a . T orrlson h is w ife, P eter P o rtio n Sr. • J u U e n J o h a n n a A n n u n tso n , th e u n k n o w n ih elrs, d e v ise e s, le g a te e s , .an d a s s ig n s ! ' o f h e above named defendants, t h e u n ­ known ‘owners o f th e premises herein­ a f t e r described and to a ll whom I t may jOOncerii—Defendants. :5 i» * h 6 S ta te o f W isc o n sin to th e s a id -d e fe n d a n ts...

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 — 11 June 1920

_ i t u i c y w c m o in u A T io a r «» aoH TBH A w m a v u c o n n , STURGEON BAYjWIfe., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920. i B i g V o r i c V l B o o b s HMIWHWN . . . . T H E A D V O C A T E B nC T M IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R K «W **» C* of C. Pay* St. Paul Mali $2»400 Year STATE FARM IS UP AGAIN Business Mein Hear Arguments On Establishment of Experimental Station In County—Oppos­ ition To Resolution Re­ cently Passed Roy J! Schuknecht, assistant to th e secretary of the St. Paul, Minn., Chamber of Commerce, has been en­ gaged as secretary of the local Chamber of Commerce a t a salary of .42,400 a year, his services to com- , mence within 15 days. Mr. Schuknecht was engaged by th e local business men’s association a t a meeting of the directors held Tuesday night following the luncheon tit the Hotel Union. He was present a t the luncheon and in his talk to the business men present on the work, ings of a ciVic organization made -a very favorable impression on -his shearers. ...

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

Capt. C. Frederickson has been Thome this week Visiting his family. Miss Jennie Hennessey, of Chicago, 5s here visiting relatives for a week or The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les. McLennon fell Tuesday and ibroke her arm. Andrew Anderson, of Muskegon, M ich., is the guest of his brother, •William, and family. Henry and John Heilmann left last -week for California where they ex­ p e c t to remain for some tim e. Mrs. Fred Lance returned to Dag- •gett, Mich., Tuesday after visiting -former friends in Sawyer and vi­ cin ity . , Mrs. E. F. Tilly arrived from Ra­ cin e last Friday and is the guest of Sier parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pies sand family. v Miss Julia Clark has succeeded F '.P. Sarles as bookkeeper for the Saw- Implement Co. Mr. Sarles w ill tmove to Madison. The heavy storm of Monday did -oot harm the cherry crop in this lo- .eallty and there is every evidence of an o th er big crop. .. A son was born to Mr. apd Mrs. •JSmory Duvllle of this ward on May :30th. Mr. Duv...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 June 1920

imk« ooran ADFooAm •nTBeaoH BAX. tm ^ JiTNE n, iaso. D.-K.T.S. Seniors Take Trip To Madison IN GRADUATING CLASS All Expenses of the Graduates, Faculty and Guests Paid By Operettar-Financial Bepoi^ of Seniors Fund Given In Detail 16* 601 ' # » » y of t w qWMtions brought up in civics class \"were ans­ wered by him. - The students of th e training school had a very enjoyable time at the pic­ nic giten by the Irving Demonstra­ tion School last Friday. This school is closed now b o that the seniors now haye one week without practice classes. Miss Anderson \" gave the seniors a talk on filling out the annual re­ port, Tuesday afternoon. We hope that we won’t forget all about it a year from now when we have to fill out our own. ' AN INSTITUTE FOR NURSES The Seniors of the,Training School decided that they would do as last years’s class did and take a trip to Madison and Milwaukee instead of having a formal commencement. In fact they are going last year’s class one better—they are i...

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 — 11 June 1920

*X»°»™** *P*o*m. ■ m a a m o m '^^u rim ’W a m ' — ' LOCALS £ v' A Daughter—A baby girl gladde&: ed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jdseph Plvonka June 3. ._ ' £■ Baby Boy— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaMere Monday morning, June 7. W. C. T. U.— The TV. C. Tf 17. will meet at the home of Mrs. Tho's.Rich- mond next Tuesday afternoon Closs Library S O’clock—The pub­ lic library will close at 8.q p’cjip^k, every evening beginning Jupe 14 until Sept. 1st. ' Mrs. Minor 111— Mrs. A. A. Minor is seriously ill at her home bn Min or street and her condition yesterday was precarious. Have a Boy—A son who arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ■Williams May 29, has been named Robert Charles. Green Tea Pot Opens— Mrs. Eliz­ abeth Robbins will open the preen Tea Pot rooms , in the Richmond building next Tuesday. \" Beach Opens—The municipal bath­ ing beach was opened Tuesday and some of the youngsters claim the wa­ ter is fine. Nic Moeller is in charge of the bathhouse...

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 — 11 June 1920

zm m * [ w , * \\ f. : ' '■' “ * \" co o k oopyry *p vu cA m wfraoKos m wbl, ju n e n , ioao. - S,r • . ‘ - — • * — . . A , ' i , 1 ■ • : «» ' *«♦» m rrn im i m u iu i i lii 3 PEOPLE *01?i KNOW : » w m r ' f: Miss Barbara Boyd spent Monday at: Green -Bay. -' . Â¥ John Webb of Green Bay, Bpent ? ^ 'e week-end in tbe city* X Mr. and MrB..\"5obn Gllinger retura- t efl-during the week from their wed­ ding trip. Miss Im m a Helm left last week ,for Bed Lodge, Mont.,,for a visit •With her sister,. David Decker ' of Green Bay, is. spending a week in the city having arrived. Wednesday. - Mrs, Chau. Heald and daughter Hazel, went to Milwackee on a pleas­ ure trip Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Heajd and daughter, Miss tfazel, left Wednesday /for a short visit at Milwaukee. Mrs. Douglas Brower • returned home Tuesday from a visit at her former home in LaCrosse. Mrs. A. E. Cofrin and two children of Green Bay are visitng at the home of Judge and Mrs. J. Dehos. Dr) H. A. Norden arrived fr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 June 1920

At Walther’s Hall, Institute Monday Evening, June 14 MUSIC BY THE CELEBRATED Gloe~Nakll Orchestra Dardanella, an echo from the East, and all : other up-to-date music will be played to delight dancers. Be sure to be present. REFRESHMENTS SERVED Everybody Invited JOHN WALTHER, Prop. More Than 5,000 People At After­ noon Performance—Main Show Was Good—Side Issues Made Day of Sufficient Inter­ est To All t i m i u m y o w n mi mm mm i h h o h m ik h h h h h h h i im h m m N O TIC E! Farmers With Automobiles Can Pick Cherries AT THE BIG ORCHARD OF THE Co-Operative Orchard Co. 3 Miles North of Sturgeon Bay We will reserve 80 acres of cherry trees loaded with cherries, no ladders needed, and will pay the price set by | the Association and in addition to this will pay for each ‘ automobile with four pickers or more, two adults, others over 12'years old, $1.00 cars with 3 pickers, $.75 two pickers $.50, and bridge fare to those arriving at eight o’clock and leaving at five. Come on days th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 June 1920

ii&itia^ b a t , w&Jd&tu i t . 1&20. STORAGE BATTERY ’ ' \\ KM., , Falk Building T H R E A D E D Rubber I Insulation, which is al- ]ways to be found between the plates of the Still Bet­ ter Willard, doesn’t know What it is to lie down on . the job. Any Willard Ser­ vice Station will tell you just as we do, that Thread­ ed Rubber never gives the : . battery owner 'cause' to worry about reinsulation, : a statement that cannot be truthfully made of any or* dinary insulation. BATTERIES CHARGED FOR $1.00 All work fully guaranteed - Our Battery Service department is equipped to take care of any number of batteries and we have extra, batteries which you'can use while we are re­ charging your regular ones. We also do welding on short notice. Prompt and efficient service is our aim at all times. HARRY HOCKS Sturgeon Bay Roy Clafflin,' accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Fred K liith and family, spent Sunday at Two Rivers. John Seiler rebeived his Ford touring car during the week ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 June 1920

wosooimYK Sylvia Chapman Monies IS QUITE P tlN lf U tl ( . W r* t P u b licatio n M ay ?, lkO—w6 r f s S E t a t * o f W isco n sin ,: C ircu it rCjaurt, iD oor C ounty. • tNorm&n'C, K nudsen an d E lsie O. K nud- « •& b is w ife—P laintiffs e-.' r vs. - t/, ^R. C. B ra n t and N ancy (co rrect first * ' T u u n a u n k n o w n )- B ra n t h is w ife, N lch- “ das V ader an d E liza V ader h is w ife, ‘obn a B lrd sall an d M ary (correct irst'n am o unknow n) B lrdsall /his w ife, IW lU lana'Brow n O. T orrlson and M artha. g i ^ g S ^ . T orrlson h is w ife, P eter P ortzon Sr. g ^ ^ ^ 't f u l l e h rJo h an n a A nnunlson, th e unknow n p ^ ||P ^ 4 lh e llr^ . devisees, legatees, and assig n s ' h e above nam ed defendants th e un- , t f ehown ’O w ners of th e prem ises herein? ' '• ^ ,Y ^ ^ I » 5 4 M ® lb e d and to all whom It m ay , ,\\4i \\y^sB ^C M tt''«w e‘*Bhdants. , o f . W isconsin to th e .-Said ' each1'o f them : ':^l'#p% % ’S fe^S a('e\\hereby sum m oned...

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 — 18 June 1920

- ^ I .\"L ITURGEON BAY ADVOCATE-—CONSOL IDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT J S S g M jP .c n w o u n ijii ■ IliJIO B 'T H B A iT B B a WISCOIfCIH STURGEON BAY, AVIS., FRIDAY. JUNK IS. 1920. y H E ADVOCATB ir a a d v e r t is e r s c o o p u m k % • »vr * * r - . . V ^ ‘ /-•••• y •• Over 1919 Crop FAIiL IS JHEAVY of Fnut Phonomena ECits Some Orchards While Others Are Missed—Strawberry Season Is On and Promises Big. Big Apple Year Milwaukee fru it brokers in tbe lounty last Sunday with W. P. Jones, head of the bureau of markets, Madi- loh, were greatly surprised at the ex­ tent of the fruit industry in Door bounty. This was the first trip here pf some of the . gentlemen who had been handling Door county fruit for feeveral years and to quote one of the party, it made their \"eyes pop out.\" Not only were the gentlemen im ­ pressed with the orchards but with tthe natural beauty of the county, as well. They called Door county the jscenic spot .of 'the state. As a result of their visit her...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 June 1920

Sawyer News. MRS.PEfTER WARNER DIED JUNE 10 '---------------:— ~ Was Among Pioneer Settlers of Door Count}-—Member of O'omuua M. E. Chnrch 25 Yearn Misa Florence Knuth, who ’ has Keen attending Lawrence College at Appleton, returned home Monday night. Martin Bursen has sold* his cherry orchard in the western part of this ward to Walter Stephan, of the Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Martin Jensen made a business trip to Washington Island this week where his firm is. selling a large quan­ tity of farm machinery. Hembel Bros, received fifty Happy Farmer tractors Saturday. A number of these tractors ate doing guod work In various parts of the county. G. W. Timble, the moving picture to an of Algoma, has leased the Saw­ yer opera hall and will give moving picture shows and other lines of amusement. Mrs. Hugh Crawford and children went to Sister Bay and Ephraim Sun­ day to visit relatives before taking their departure for Milwaukee where they will make their future home. Remember the ice cream ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 June 1920

Marine News Manitowoc Yard Sold $1,400,000 Shipbuilding P la n t Brings $410,000 A t Public Auction. P lant To Continue Operations On a bid of $410,000. Charles C. \"WeBt, who has been identified with the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Co., se­ cured th e ' property of \\ the company offered at sale a t public auction. No \"other bid was made. Purchase of the property by Mr. W est assures the continuance of ship building in Manitowoc'. Mr. West will organize a new company with a sm aller capitalization than'that of the old and it is understood will associ­ ate w ith himself many of the heads of departm ents whose w ork with the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Co, will shortly term inate. A number of the larger stockholders' Of the old com­ pany Will retire and have no inter­ est in the new concern, it is said. The Manitowoc Ship Building Co. which passes out of existence with the transfer of the yards to Mr. West, was organized and took over the plant from the B erger.& Berger in­ terests i...

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 — 18 June 1920

' * ' ' r - ^ P o a a o o c t t t A P V O M ftk w tJB O B o k a r t , n i s ^ itm is i* ,i* » f i, 2 m ? *-_ - F ood S M o ^ T h e M oravian C. E. S ociety w ill hold A-food sole a t the L aw rence m arket Saturday, June IS , a t 3:00 o’clock. ' , ! Zinc, N ot Lead— In th e form ula l o r ' 'grasshopper knockout” a s'p rin t­ e d , in T he Advocate la st-w ee k the poison was given as arseh ate o f lead. I t is arsenate of zinc th a t th e form ­ u la requires. ^ 'v : : V' Class On Outing— M embers p t the, gradu atin g class of th e Algoma-|i)g,h school arrived here in autom obiles B aturday enroute n o rth to ! Spent a couple of days a t one of th e north- \\ e rn hotels. • H ave A D aughter— H elen Beverly w as born to Mr. and Mrs. L. W. H itchcock, form er residents of this city, a t Chicago, Ju n e 13. Mr. and M rs. Hitchcock are the ‘parents of a w onderful p air of tw ins born to th em several years ago. W ork F o r Telephone Men— Elec­ tric a l storm s of th e week kept ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 June 1920

' ny\\ o o o a c n r ta i advocate, w r tw to s bat, wn^ rosi! is, ........ TION *wjrg5 ■XW8T NOTE* CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW m » w»M weo»»V ».»» Herman ‘Wilke and tam H ^j^ved to Two Rivers yesterday ^*t£aok • ■f Stanley Landieu and . j J ^ v-tan-- dieu of Ellison Bay w erei|i^tpfs in the city Wednesday. ' y Miss Zoe Donovan went to Iron, - Mountain Wednesday to visit rela* 7 tives. : Mrs.' Wm Gabert left for Milwau­ kee Wednesday to consult a special- \" let. ' Miss Grace Bassford who has been teaching school at Antlgo, is borne for the summer. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. James McIntyre, of the First ward on Saturday. Lester Welter, student at Mar- \" quette college, arrived home Satur­ day for the summer vacation. Chris Christianson, of Forestville, was among Advocate callers while in'the city yesterday. Mrs. Flora Gunderson of Kenosha, who had been visiting her brothers, Jos. and Louis Fax, has returned home. / Mrs. John Vander Muelen and children left tod...

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 — 18 June 1920

■ ' '■swr g. . - P-r,■V'-T lif t for Fwe Years’ Use of $100 State regulation authorizes us to make that promise* Steady, solid, prosperous growth of this permanent, noo- essary, public service business assures our ability to keep it. $100 invested in our 5-year, 7 per cent gold notes earns. $7 a ? payable S3.50 JJarch 1, $3.50 September 1—o r a total of $33 in five years. The notes come due and 1 will be paid off in cash March 1, 1925. . You can buy them in $50, $100, $500 and $1,000 sizes. The $§0 note earns $17.50 in five v years th e $100 note earns $35 the $500 note earns $175 the $1,000 note earns $350. ’ Yojii clip the 7 per cent ■ coupons, as on Liberty bonds, ' bring or send them in, and get interest payment in cash. , Hundreds of W i s c o n s i n wage earners — both men and women — have taken advantage . of this chance to get a safe 7 per cent interest rate on their savings. Better make application lig h t away if you w ant any of these notes,because the $500,000 ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 June 1920

iS B llp s BOOB OOWCT jyVQOACT, gTO M »M I 1 * 1 , WI&, JU N Els/lO TO . TO OUR PATRONS: i The problems of peace, as did the prob-j lems of 'war, involve heavy expendi­ tures by the Telephone Company. There is much reconstruction and even more advance construction work to do Little or no construction work for two years, a vast increase in demand for service and a vast increase in the popu­ lation to be served,'presents a stunning problem to the telephone management. rA dollar will not buy as much service or as much material as heretofore, which further complicates the problem. In the circumstances the Telephone Com­ pany must adopt the policy so uniform among merchants in every line of busi­ ness and sell its service at higher prices. The higher rates are a protection to a service that is in the interest and for the convenience of every subscriber. ^.WISCONSIN TELEPHONE COMPAITXj L B. MEVERDEN ^ :\" Manager / June 19 From 2 O’clock Until 3 O’clock P. M. Whether you need a w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 June 1920

iL- 'i , ■ ^ \\ ®u' •*{ ,, I % ’ '^1 ■'.rS't-? Reappointed PostnuEster A. Wegener Officially Named For Another Four-Year Term. Under Civil Service Now. H. A. Wagener has received his of flcial. reappointment as postmaster of Sturgeon' Bay tor another . term of four years. Wagener the office for f t 60 years and the ent terin . w ill e*i H. A. Wagener A I T pays fa the firstplace tomake sure that the battery you put your money down for has the “Thread Rubber’* Trade Mark stamped on the side. Then bring that battery here to have ifrregls- tered, and after that make a point of stopping in once in two weeks for inspection and te st You cannot keep on getting first class service even from a Still Better W illard unless you keep it charged and put in water when needed. BATTERIES CHARGED FOR $1.00 • \\ All work fully guaranteed \"V Our Battery Service department is equipped' to take care of any number of batteries and we have extra batteries which you can use while we fire re­ chargi...

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 — 25 June 1920

u a o M T dH O P U tio a . . IK H O ETHHAiTKM W lgCO H Igl STUKGBOiN BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1920. .Y gg-A PyO CA TB BnCTWS IT » A PV E H nsB R g GOOD I C. of C. Has Rousing Meeting ■' Northern Delegation At Luncheon Stirs Things Up—Assoclation To Give Wholehearted Sup­ port To ■ Constructing Line—Some Construct­ ive Criticism. Of all the interesting meetings of the Chamber' of Commerce, the luncheon at the Swoboda Tuesday evening was by far the most, enter­ taining,' instructive and exciting. There was not a dull moment in the nearly four hours through which the large gathering of businessmen sat and'listened to the expressions and opinions on vital subjects by men of the community. Present at the meeting was a dele­ gation from the north county here for the purpose of expounding the merits of a railroad north from Stur­ geon Bay. They were well posted on their subject and may be said to have'put the. meat in the meeting. They were the center of nearly all the argume...

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 — 25 June 1920

Ip® INVEST YOUR SAVINGS J | for a safe home 7 PER CENT INCOME If you get only 3 or 4 per cent interest on your savings, yon are getting only ONE-HALF OF WHAT THEY EARN. Why not get ALL yottr savings earn—e? a year on o u h * 100? You can get that rate, with equal safety by INVESTING your savings wisely. For example, you can buy Wisconsin Gas & Electric Com­ pany’s 5-year, 7 per cent Gold Notes, in $50, $100, $500 and ,$1,000 sizes. Interest is payable March 1 and September 1, each year. The Notes come due and will be paid off in cash March it, 1925. Or you can buy Wisconsin Gas & Electric Company’s 7 per cent preferred stock, in $100 shores, with cash dividends pay­ able April 15, July 15, October 15 and January 15. Price, either -security, par or cash. . SALES OFFICES: Milwaukee, Securities Depart­ ment, Public Service Building, Third and Sycamore streets. Badne, main office of the Com­ pany, 305 Sixth street. Kenosha, Public Service Build, ing. Watertown, 205 Main str...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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