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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 June 1920

. - y /*V ' r b a t . ju N je a e t i r » JE L L Y IN S U R A N C E • -Failure of .fruit juices to “ jell” is commonly caused “by lack of natural .pectin in the fruit. PAOLI AJ^LiE PECTIN makes certain your jelly •will “ jell.” Saves fruit and sugar. \\ It's use endorsed by U. S. Department of Agriculture. In cans holding 12 ounces and sufficient for 8 pounds of .jelly or jam. 25c percan or $2.50. per, doz­ en, prepaid parcel post. ■ ( : • TOMATO PRODUCTS CO., (14w2) ' PAOU, INDIANA. * * ♦ 5 i: Embalmer & Funeral Director V ” Lady Assistant Motor Hoarse - Floral Orders Taken W . E. BEHRINGER 2 8. CedaT St.—NOLL BUILDING—Pltone 141-W. * * * * * * * ** * * * * * * * * *********** Minno M1RRO ALUMINUM Preserving Kettle A special utensil designed for a special need is this Mirro Aluminum Preserving Kettle. Convenient, dur­ able, and easily cleaned, it simplifies and hastens the task of making jellies and jams. It reduces expense, too, be­ cause it uses leps fuel. , • (Note t...

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 — 25 June 1920

LOCALS a n d Mrs. R ichard k o e b n , fell from av tree T hursday atteraco n cf last feek and broke bis rig h t leg. W edding Dance— T here is to be a free wedding dance a t'A . G. P aul’s b a ll M onday night, JubO 28,. The dance is given by Joe P aul. Sum m er Is Here-—»Monday was th e first day of sum iner. and alSq th e longest day of th e yeaf w ith 5 the sun rising a t 4.13 and setting “* 7 :34. . . , M oravian C hurch— Sunday, 27th, S. School and C. E. a t th e usual tim e. There w ill be no o ther services T he pastor is attending Synod in Bethlehem , Pa. Iioses In P opulation— T he govern­ m ent official rep o rt for the 1920 census for the city of Oconto has been announced as 4,920. Compared ■with 5,629 in 1910, a loss of 12.3 p er cent or 709. Giving Good Service— The Yellow Cab line is giving excellent service to points n o rth and this week have , been running five and six cars a day to th e sum m er resorts. Y esterday a fu ll tru ck load of fru it was taken ‘ n o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 June 1920

H1 WBY NOTE! II M M I I I I I H M i l I I W 1W ti3 W: OHRHINGPEOPLE YOU KNOW , Miss E sth er AMlers w ent to Al­ gom a W ednesday for a shoyt visit. s Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gerdimann o l Egg Harbor, were visitors .tya the city Wednesday. 1 ' City C lerk J. C. L angem ak Is visit ing friends and relatives a t H ew H ol­ stein rw hile on a w eek's vacation. EdW ard M inor, w ho h a s b een here ' visiting h i s , grandparents, Mr. and M rs. E . S. M inor, le ft W ednesday fo r M anitowoc. Mr. and M rs. H erm an Tagge, ac­ com panied M r. and M rs. A ndrew Sloan on a m otor trip to M ilwaukee th e w eek 'en d . Mr. and M rs. O tto H offm an re tu rn ­ ed yesterday from a several days visit a t Mr. H offm an’s old hom e and o th er p arts of th e state. T he M isses Florence and Alice Sam uelson, of D aggett, M ich., w ere th e guests of Mr. and M rs. C. II. Nelson du rin g th e p ast week. Jos. Sim on autoed from M ilwan- keei Tuesday to visit his m otheiyM rs V ictoria Sim on, w ith w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 June 1920

JjJ JWBfllW J « , H . .......................................... 11 it H11iiinwmnHii m J m m ? becansejye. M Q M E DAY. W IS. in the It makes me'happy , to see it G row f Are you satisfied with what you are doing with your | 'money?' Stop and think. . Start a bank account. Put your money in our bank. You will receive four per cent interest. _ BANK OF STURGEON BAY HBUBBt P1D B U L B H O T B B U K BRANCH AT SAWXXU HENRY FETZER, President JOSEPH WOI/TER, Vioe-Prea. J. H. STEWART, Vico-Pres. R. G. KOEHN, Cashier J. C. WEEEERMAJJN, A sst Cashier B. J. KEITH, Manager, SAWYER BRANCH D I R E C T O R S Henry Fetirr, Joseph Wolter, Roger Eatough, W. D W *cwfli Wm. JeaB, Dr. A. J. Kreitzer, Ralph Jenqnii M M 5,000 MILE TIRES Guaranteed :: MS- .... • • •* * » • • • • • *.» • • . * • «'• V\\ * v l . ri 31-4 0 32-35 V 32-4 . Oil A : i r l - l ..$13.18 $16.80 . $25.98 .$19.64 $26.46 . $28.14 Moeller’s Garage Co. STURGEON BAY, WIS. Corner Garl&nd and Cedar Streets. h»4frl w n m n Herman Ve...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 June 1920

Poop ootiirrt ApyoeATB. bctbobow bat, f t t , just as, ltae Wfcea •dd-distreaBedf reUeTethe indigestion with \":: KHI01 DS Dtoolve easily bn tongae—as pM uiCts ta b ta audf. Keep yonrntoHMchBweet, try W Hd M/tKEMbjFSCUJrrSBaounON Marine News lofor Boat for Sideany Twenty-five feet long, 7 % It. beam, -model, 6 H.P. Callle-Perfectlon lotor, Bpeed 8 miles, nine ft. cabin |ift, eight ft. cockpit forward of ca- jin,. motor in cockpllt with Bald­ ridge reverse gear. Full equipment, 3an be used as houseboat Boat is ^trongly Built and has oak frames Tith cedar planking. Everything is fa A-l condition. Will sell at a rea sonable price. Goodrich Boat July 14 Summer Schedule ' To Open With Only Arizona* Making One1Trip a V e^H ere. First Goodrich boat of the season will arrive here from Chicago at 10 in. July ,14 and returning from Mackinaw Island will reach here at 11 o’clock the following night. There Will bo but one boat each week for the summer. The steameY Arizona will make this run and...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 June 1920

Neighboring Countie*. ni (Continued from dug ©!, the proposition was entirely feh^blo if local capital was largely employed that local capital could W:BattB(led with small dividends, if necessary, because of the increased valuation which a railroad would give to Door County farm lands. The late Edward Reynolds was quoted as shying that if he owned an 80 acre firm In the north county ho would give 40 acres of it toward a railroad. The impression is - not that of building up the railroadXdtpncei but of getting plans in order and build­ ing up of a strong sentiment for it to get costs and figures and to de­ termine how muph money can be obtained locally when the time ar­ rives to appeal to railroad interests. When the predicted drop in prices comes the county wants, to be ready with its proposition. In the opening talk of the evening, Rev. C. W. Warren, of Chicago, who occupied the pulpit at the Congrega­ tional chureli last Sunday, struck a keynote for the evening when he said th...

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

ITUBGEON HAY ADVOCATE— JONSOLIDATEl— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT [siatoricaV R oo® ® ^ STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920. Wfc&Iiiigi Gmne Tjiick and Fast -.-'\"'vv' A BIO WEEK FOB BRIDES Blakefleld - Brann, Hendricks Schumacher, Simonar-Kugler, Jordan-Heck, Mahacek- Sul­ livan, Hedeen-Isaacson,\"V. and Others. . Largely attended and,tt very pret­ ty affair was the wedding at Bail­ eys Harbor Saturday oif Miss Nina Blakefleld and John William Brann. , The ceremony took place at 4 o’clock in the afternoon on the porch of the W oerfel summer cottage, Rev. §. Groenfeldt o f' this city officiating. The bride was dressed~in a gown of/ white georgette and Chantilly lace •With a h at of white aline trimmed with ostrich tips. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses. The bridesmaid was Miss' Hazel Heald Who was gowned in orchid orandy . with a picture hat, to match and wore a corsage bouquet of sweet peas. An­ drew Brann attended his brbth(er. ' House decorations were daisies, ye...

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

* \\ r ' - ‘ Lm litillli — aw. amtm . •- iw a n ^ M a ia a a i, ' . f 1 . . . DOO«t OOCTTT APVOOATO. BTPItOBoH BAY.W1S.. JULY 2, UWlO County Advocate f la u n t at tha Poitofflc* at Sturgeon Bay. Wis., aa geoond-claas mattar. Published By Comfy Publishing Company Incorporated. JUrary Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wla B. J.8ANDERBON, lf*r. Neighboring Counties. Address all communications to Boor County Advocate. Subscription Prloe, fa.OO per Tear, •a a t t o t a f •ddreMehaaared.tbaata aa well a* the aew address skoal* hsatvea STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 2. A Campaign of Issues The uhanimity with which the Harding nomination is being acclaim­ ed augurs well for the success of the campaign. Prior to the convention Individual preferences were divided among many candidates, hut it is ap- ' parent that since the contest is over, all who believe in Republican prin­ ciples are getting behind the nomi­ nee. Although the campaign will be fought chiefly on issues, yet the per­ sonality of the Rep...

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

BOQ'COUNTY AD VOCATN. BfW j rWOW BAY, -WBt* JU liT % A M * : T o n i g h t — TomorrowAMffht NR Tablets rte »Mi li»tl«ihW i1 ra lim biuojj* attaeka, ton* im regulate UM eliminative organa, m akeyoufeelfisa. . “ Bttter tban Pllto f t M*tf Wi% Q«t« .............. ............................ ■ M IL H . m D E S D B tG BTORH Real Estate Bulletin FOR SALE No. 78.—80 A, clay loam, 50 acres timber, 15 wood % mi. to cheese factory on cream route 1% ml. to school, \"Vi mi. -to church frame house, barn, 22x80 horse stable, cow stable, machine shed, granary, hen house 3 horses, 8 cows, 2 heif- erB, 2 calves, pigs, chickens, ma­ chinery, tools, all wood, grain, seed, hay, straw, silage, crops, equipment and fixtures in bldgs. Price $8,500. No. 125.—-16b A, clay loam 100 cult., 40 wood, 2 drilled wells 9 mi. from City, 7 mi. NW of good live village, 2 ml to cheese factory on milk route, 2 Vi mi. to school, 7 mi. to Cath. and 4 m. to Luth. and Evng. churches house, frame with brick veneer,...

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

R P ^ \\ V ' 'J&t&Ysr F O B SAIiB5--81ngle b u g g y and h jitn i^ l^ iiirriw friii c h e a p e r & BK A LBX LA U iiJB ,cH Marine News AT GREEN BAY Charter Boats For Stone . Bm lth Stone Otm pttoy H as S team er H ennepin Engaged In Afitono T«d? .. T h e J n r Sm ith and bftirge\\kdyance • w ore a t Green m achinery O ! t i e .j'oJo-’^ ’ipi^wngeif ste a m e r Nyack which has ’bfee?-lying i*» th a t p o rt ter some ttm e. Thelhiyi- s c k w as taken to M arinetti? .-%st m ight by th e Sm ith w h e r ^ J ^ e old engine in th e boat w ill h e eb'rapped. I t is likely th a t the Nyack w ill Jbe re­ b u ilt. T he Sm ith w ith th e barges H al­ stead and A driatic in tow w ill go so u th from here, th e A driatic w ith sto n e for M ilwaukee w hile th e Smith w ill take the H alstead th ru to ' In­ dian a H arbor after a load of cement I t is very likely th a t th e Sm ith with th e A driatic and H alstead will con­ tin u e cem ent and stone hauling the re s t of th e sea...

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

y1, , V r : t , j l : * * i * ' '=memmss=2 :.*V5 ’• ■’*/ ■xwBT irons ooHonunHO peo ple you know U M I M M 11 ...................... ...... ,3 - W illiam W right, w bo b a s b w n ^ S $ f ■#• plowed lit M ilw aukee, is h o m e -w r f Visit. V: : -.*■ M r. an d Mrs.. - ~ s z - r . ------ --------—■ j— tu rn e d S a t a r i ^ T f c ^ : ^ j ^ p i l ^ vacation, Yis- trip.' ’ ■ \" - M rs, P. J. L e e o l Green. B ^ t o - i h e gu est o f h e r sister, M rs. Aftoon I v ^ and fam ily. ■ M r, and' M rs. J u le F a n d re l a n d fam ily of E llison Bay, -were visitors in th e city T uesday. . , G eorge D raeb re tu rn e d th e ''fo re p a rt of th e •week from a business trip to Chicago. M rs E ugene H u n t an d children of G reen B ay a re th e gueB ts'of Mr. and M rs. Theo. A ugustine. M rs. O scar Olson re tu rn e d Tuesday from R acine w here she h ad been vis­ itin g relatives fo r te n days Dr. Jo h n D onovan and fam ily w ere m oto rists in th e city on Tuesday, havin...

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

m fs m b o o r c o u n t * A * SOOOMUeGiiarontee xUmaMnad. tsam* t ® a ^ § | n § a factc** to roo» i *hrcB wllb each tin S0x3 $ 7.50 3-1x4 ___5U .85 30x3)4 _ 8.G0 34x4)_ 1355 32x3)4 IS 9 V0 35x4)4— 13.90 .x S U 4 -T r 10.90 86x4)4— 1450 32x4 ~ 11.20 35x5____ 15.45 33x4___ 1150 37x5___ , 1650 • Reliner Fine* W lth E rery Tii’* fitate whether straight tide or cnochftr detired. Send 18 deposit for « e h fare ordered, balance C. O. D. subject to ©rumination. Ifyohnendfullamoant ©ritb order, tJedcct B per cent discount. AKRON RUBBER CO. RfWf»nd Rbom rtit gfcpt* 3 5 7 CHICAGO, ILL. to New York City alone from kid­ ney trouble last year. Don’t allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking COLD MEDAL , T h e w orld’s standard remedy for kidney, fiver, bladder and uric acid troubles. H olland's national rem edy since 1696. A ll druggists, three size3. Guaranteed, fo r th e n am e G old M edal o n ev e ry box end accep t n o smi...

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

: ' BOOB OOCi r n AO VOCATH. R S H aK H t l i t . July a,- ./ M&T&'ZST r-h. v-ljt A hospital to be built in memory of the boys who gave their all, and as a testimonial that we remember the sacrifices of those whom we . were glad to welcome home. r , A !»/*? 1. Increased hospital space. 2. 3. A place where ex-service men will receive special consideration. 4. A hospital for the people and by the people. The hospital is to be built «b: 5 The Door County Hospital has been endorsed by the doctors of the Show your spirit of co- a success. ANDREW SLOAN, President. WM. E. WAGENER, Vice-President. H. E. STEDMAN, Secretary. A. J. BAKER. REV. ALPH. BROENS. ! . Hospital Association. ■.f '■

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

6.0. P. CEREMONY Suffrage Leaders Plan Demon­ strations at Marion, 0., and Boston. 5 ’-SCVOcij UGHTFDR THE 36TH STATE iEwttt Form of the DIsturb&ncetNot Yet Decided, but Miss Alio* Paul and Others Are at Work on Plana. Washington, June 28.—Unless Ten­ nessee, or North Carolina, or Vermont, jOP Connecticut ratifies the national suffrage amendment before Senator Harding and Governor Coolldge aro notified formally that they have been nominated for the presidency and vice presidency, the notification ceremo­ nies In Marlon, O., July 22, and in Bos­ ton, July 27, will be attended by dem­ onstrations of the National Woman's party, the avowed purpose of whlcli is Jo make woman suffrage the most con­ spicuous Issue In the coming cam- jijjalgn. Exact Plan Not Yet Decided. .■ “The form which our suffrage dem­ onstration will take Is not yet decid­ ed,\" said Miss Alice Paul, chairman of the woman’s party. “We shall use .ievery possible means and the most ef­ fective method to s...

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 — 9 July 1920

m NUMBER 16 ■TUBGEOR BAT ADVOCATE -COHSOIIDATED—-DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT IAKGE8T OiaOCL&TIOS nr HOHTOHAOTBaoy -wrascoiirroi m m «« STURGEON BAY, W I8., FH1DA V. .ICILY 9. 1929. TOO Boys On One Train Awrfye Last Night BONUS ON PICKING PRICE Harvesting Association Establish . es 2i/2 Cents a Quart With Liberal Bonus To Steady Workers—Sport Program Is Arranged. Imagine a solid trainload ot 700 healthy, happy boys unloading at the passenger station here last evening picture the confusion, the noise, the chattering, and no doubt your con­ ception of this affair will be a con­ glomeration of youthful humanity causing more trouble than did the Kaiser. Instead, the unloading of that reg­ iment of youngsters was carried out 'as orderly and with as little con- , fusion as would Jiave been the case with so many soldiers. All thdse “Y” boys are accustomed to obeying their directors and they “know^ ho.w .’to act.” Many of the boys iiad been herb before and knew the ropes . Tliere was ple...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 July 1920

Sawyer News. ' - . Mrs. Jacob Gerlach -went to Green Bay Monday morning. Miss Kate Hausmann returned to Algoma Tuesday morning. Mrs. Edw. Jacobs went to Green Bay Tuesday on the afternoon train. Eugene Heald went to Algoma on ■Wednesday to visit among form er ac­ quaintances. Edward Heilmann returned to Ra­ cine Monday after visiting hiB folks her® a few days.. Fred MacEathron and family ar­ rived from Chicago Saturday and are now occupying theiij summer cot­ tage at MacYilla. Miss Bertha Miller arrived from Chicago Monday and is visiting at the Nick Nelson home. Ernil Hoslett, who was home from Chicago on a brief visit, returned to the Windy City Monday. Regrading work is being done at the corner of State and Prospect streets and tree lawns built. Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder returned to Manitowoc Monday after visiting Rev. H. N. Pfeifer a few days. Felix Debroux and Aug. Zander le ft Wednesday for Detroit, Mich., 5to drive back autos for Debroux gar- .-ige.' .■ 1 . **■ V ’ Ja...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 July 1920

1 * i pooh • wHijr» w w ^ t o , ■ wraaws b a y , w b ^ ' jruM (#i-iss». r ' ■ AnOpenSecret * llb e sfcoet of booyaat, vigor-1 \"| oas health, is a well-nourished* body. Itis an open secret that] Scotfs Emulsion I e is of wonderful belpto those ■ I who are run-down in vitality I ftom any cause. Try it! g , N. J. J ( « ^ IScott & Bowne, Bloomfield, mMBHBSi The Worth Embroidery * Art Shop If there is anything you wish to brighten up in the home, and for wedding and birthday gifts, call at “The Art Shop” and see the large selection of dainty pieces of fancy work. I guarantee satisfaction or money back. Prompt service. j3end your order today, to ' MRS. C. A. BINGHAM Bturgeon Bay, Wis., R.D. No. S.v Phone 297-R Shop opposite City Hall E C Z C H A ! Money back w ithout question if BUNT'S Salve falls in the treatm ent of ITCH, ECZEMA, B IN Q W O B M , T E T T E R or o th e r itching skin diseases. T ry i 79 cent bos at our risk. BASSETT’S DRUG STORE EMIL IV. IHDE, Druggist IS N...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 July 1920

■ V . I I! • ADVOCA 3&v£M £***»» i? S i ia a S _ ,' SPECIAL NOTICES1/2,^,1 F O B S 4 S S ^ 3 W b r« M (a in eiJtS B n ^ li M ly equipped. I* A R B N a .P in es Hotel] Idlew ild. ’ ■ ^ F*l4w3) LOCALS B uys D rilling Ontfltr—P ran k P h il­ lip s has placed his order for a tnod c m w ell drilling outfit and as epon M it is received he \"wil^ h e,prepared t o do •work In th e city o t ,the cpunty. B oard o l v B e v i e ^ B e e a ^ * 4 d of Its': m em bers have c h e r r ^ j ^ ^ r d s Bind are very busy a t thfe^'pretpnt tim e, the board of review pdjpurtJed its m eeting of Tuesday u n til d ay , A ugust 2, a t 2 p.m. •â–  • K-- Buck-Firefl— W essley Gray, i nig h t \" m a n a t the M otor Inn, suffered brok­ e n bones in his rig h t hand W ednes­ day night when cranking a car. The b atteries were not w orking rig h t and h e started cranking th e m achine. The engine back-fired. M arried H ere— Miss Catherine E rickson and Roy R icther of W ash­ ington Island w ere m ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 July 1920

W-. !3$rr,3*v \" maaow bat, m , nniT », isao. m m SQis' VeTora Is the„JWt U m M H U U M M N T I Q k’flSewWJ*-!..', n mi iUtfS£*V I PERS KKOW , i Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Langemak £were here from Two, Rivers to spend rthe Fourth.' if,-.'1 ■v Mr. anjLMrs. ItossW right motored piere^from Manitowoc Saturday. re- Hinraipg the. same day. • T Mr.' arid^Mrs. Everett Valentine of • Ephtainr were in the city Tuesday on ^ their way to Green Bay. Prank Jennerjahn arrived from 'Springfield Sunday to spend a few days with his family in thiB city. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hubscher of Green .Bay were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Phillips over Sunday. Miss Nora Conway of Chicago is visiting at the home of \"her aunt and uncle, Capt. and Mrs.. Prank Jacobs. Sumner HaT Saturday, from employed in the Scofield Co. store. . H e n r y TufL- of Sheboygan, is in th© city on a shdrtSvacation. •is returned i home on New London and will cherry remain at honfe during th© season. ■. (Attorney Hdary Cochejns ■ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 July 1920

Real Estate Bulletin FOR SALE stable! ’constables*™ machinV shed, granary, hen house, pig pen, etc. 3 horses, 8 cows, 2 heifers, pigs, chick­ ens, machinery, farm implements, tools, all lumber, logs, posts, build­ ing material, wire, wood grain, hay, feed crops, all equipment and fixtures in bides. Price $9,500.00. No. 113.— 80 A, clay loam, 63 cult., 12 wood 7 mi. to city, 1 mi. to lively village, cheese factory on milk route, 1 mi. to school, Catb. church frame house, frame barn, horse stable, cow stables, cement silo, fram e granary, hen house, pig pen 2 horses, 2 colts, 10 cows, 3 heifers, 3 calves, pigs, chickens, machinery, farm implements and tools, all feed, silage, crops, grain, bldg. m aterial, lumber, etc. Price $16,000.00. This Service is Free. Call and see, o r if more convenient, phone or write and YOUR REALTQR will call on yon J . W. SIM O N Office Phone 283 Res. Phone 416 Over Door County State Bank HAPPENINGS Announcement Fred Kramer has opened a first class Aut...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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