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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 July 1920

W 0m e 1 . * , ^ \"* 7 ^ ^ t\" \"i *,*■\"'' . V y - f 5 * ,'^ ^ ^ 1 *-* ^Vj ^ m » ' W #facg ao, mo. Do you know that we can insure yw r car lie liability and property M | HfSf further particulars or write. - G. The Insurance M an I I 1 H I 11I I | ♦ ♦ » ♦ » Cui Down the high cost of living by 11 eating more bread. Last ' • but not least, use - Seal of Minnesota flour. Stands up under 11 I any test. ■ 7he F arm ers Company \\ Distributors Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin »»»Mi 111 r i i l»»i 1i M m i i i M i * * * * * PARTY MERE WEST BEND, Zle^er Company, Farm Loans, Has VM hiigtoB County Crowd Here Ob Two Day Trip. Thru arrangements made by B. C. Ziegler and Company, of West Bend, members of the local chamber of commerce and in the farm loan busi­ ness to Boor county farmers for sev­ eral years, a party of 25 farmers, pro­ fessional men and business men of Washington county spent the week­ end here visiting the cherry orchards 'and making a general inspection ot farm lan...

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 — 30 July 1920

, ROOK OOUJTTO teaB i'rltfichler arecaadtdatte. dancing at all hooft. Tudc by lb t» *»«im bioati7il! on d h a n d lu m b e r.C H A A d d re s s 820 N 6. C e d a r 0 s a t i r e V\"i ' Ice Oream Social—The Intermedi- ateChriBtlan Endeavor society of the Moravian church will have an ice im am social Friday night beginning a t 7 o'clock, on the chnrch lawn. Ev­ erybody oYdlally invited. ' - Botarians Comiiw--^5ccpJ‘'4lng' to I the Green Bay Gazette qoupV, hunj- died Botarians from thls.iBeotlono£ * the state -will come here on8ept 10 to initiate the local recently Organiz­ ed here in Sturgeon Bay. \"'They will also attend the Door county 'iair' on th at day. Sept ID having been,, de slgnated as Green Bay day.u r , : Heads Kenosha Legion’— Clyde Stoneman, son of Mr. and Mrs. G W. Stoneman, of South Chicago, for­ mer residents of Nasewaupee, was re­ cently elected head of the American Legion post in Kenosha, succeeding Claudius -Pendill who was elected commander Of state departme...

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 July 1920

rtW O T HOTEI^OOl w ** '■ s*s ' Jos. Ullsperger of Maplewood was a bushnqsB caller .ta. the .city Monday. Miss Ida Mae Hamilton oluBayton, O., is the guest of Miss H elen S h lm - • ' ■ ' . . ' I , ! . ' / C S, Mrs. Ang. Blieener w ent to Algo- m aV P ednesdayto attend the,funeral of a relative. U ’ 1 Mr. and Mtb. L. McCarthy pf An- tig o are here on a visit at the home o f Mrs. John FetzeW \"•• L' V \" - Isaac C. Hanson of Sleter B a y w a s in th e city several days last week, returning home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Stevens of Osakis, Minn., is the. guest of Mrs. Frank Ives, Sr. The ladles are sisters. George Downey, o f Milwaukee is here en a visit at his old home w ith h is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. JDowney. ' Charles Thompson of Appleton was there w ith a party of friends Sunday, visiting his w ife and children for a short tim e. - 1 A sweet baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Amos A llie on Tuesday. The last v isit-of the stork was nine years ago. ~Mrs. Ruth Thorpe and Mis...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 July 1920

M l TWENTY* SIX YEARS M W WELLAND HAPPY T M » IS W O RTH READING Thft experience of Hr. E. J. Tou- »alik,1438 Rosestreet, LaCrosse, wteconsiiu iB chiefly remarkable am account of the length of time to waa afflicted. ' fie writes: \"I have been suf­ fering with chronic bronchitis for twenty-six years and every winter I wotud catch cold and become so toarse I could not sneak for six or eight weeks. I could get only tem­ porary relief. \" V “This winter I was taken with Grip and was In awful shape: A Marine New! fellow workman advised me to.1 PE-RU-NA. By the time I had fused three-fourths of a bottle, the hoarseness was gone, also that tired feeling. I am on my second ibottle. Hereafter PE-RU-NA will be \"constantly in my house. It is Gib best medicine ever put up for the purpose.\" F o r any disease due to catarrh ion catarrhal conditions, PE-RU-NA I s equally dependable. Coughs, colds, catarrh of th e head, stomach trouble, constipation, rheumatism, floating, nina in the back, B...

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 — 30 July 1920

d o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a te , s tu r g e o n b a t, wbl, jvlt ao, ijkso. H HI HMHIIMtWI 111111 tin 1111 III I Gibraltar ►Mil M MIHIM I IM HtW i 0 ♦ » »MI IW* MW ounty LIGHTNING RODS Do lightning rods protect? This is h question, we are asked 11 more frequently than any other Prom experience and invest!- gation we answer emphatically in the affirmative, provided the • rods are of good mat erial, 1 properly made and insulated, and grounded to permanent moisture. Gradually more and more insurance companies testify to j the efficiency of lightning rods by allowing a material reduc­ tion in rate on buildings properly rodded. * N. B.—The United States government also uses and recom­ mends lightning rods. •• INSTALLATION As a guide to those purchasing rods we offer the following suggestions: Materials. Use pure copper cable, weighing not less than 3 ounces per foot, or galvanized iron or steel, weighing not less than 4% ounces per foot. ' - Location. Preferably at diagonally ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 July 1920

. ... yj- ^„V \\ . ’ •'* 1 \\ # * Jfil The big event of the season for the **.Y” youngsters, the trian g u lar track a n d vfield an eet a t th e F a ir Grounds 'la s t S aturday for th e three Y.M.C.A. cam ps, brought out some of the k een est of ath letic com petition com­ pelling every w inner to prove his m erit. T he victorious m ain camp, th e fair ’ grounds bunch, composed largely of M ilw aukee boys w ith some from Mad­ ison, Beloit and Fond du. Lac, with 98 entries in the meet, were a t all tim es forced to prove their rig h t for firs t honors. F rom th e Reynolds camp cam e 80 a th le te s from Chicago for the con­ te s t, bringing some of the best high sch o o l talen t in Chicago who aided la rg e ly in w inning second'honors.'* A ppleton boys from Camp Goff •with b u t 61 entries w ere in the ru n ­ n in g a t all tim es b u t lacked experi­ enced ath letes such as th e other cam ps possessed and th e best they got ■was th ird place. Novel m ethods w ere used in...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 August 1920

JUARG EST . O ffiC C T A T IO ll CT S O R T H E A W E m r T flSC O ItSIB STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDA y , AUG UST 8, 1920. President,' Deans and Regents Here. EXPLAIN FARM PROJECT. Nothing Permanent Toward Ex­ perimental Station To Be Und - ertaken Until There Is As­ surance of a Continua- ^ tion of Appropriations. T here will n o t be anything\" done a t the present tim e tow ard establishing a perm anent branch experimental station in Peninsula State park or any place else in Door county, ac­ cording to statem ents m ade by Dean RusBell and o.ther members of the state university party who was here Tuesday to a luncheon of the Cham­ ber of Commerce and later visited - the state park. . Nothing of a permanent nature is to be established here until it is de­ term ined whether or not the appro­ priations for the. purpose are. con­ tinued by the next legislature. , According to Dean Russell it is in­ tended to present to the next legis­ lature a/statem ent showing the re­ sults ...

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

& OUR SPECIALTY A l t , LEADING GRADES I ~ A L S O .-, Agricultural - v- .Limestone Fertilizer / toad Crushed Stone for concrete Sawyer News, PO O R OOUNTY AD VQCATE, 6TUBOEON jBAY. W ISn AUGUST 0, 1020. Bushman Milling Co. Sawyer, Wis. Hay, Straw, Wood, Salt. PATRONIZE The Home Sakery . WKere you always find the best BREAD ROLLS PIES CAKES COOKIES DOUGHNUTS COFFEE CAKE CINNAMON ROLLS DROP CAKES ETC. f r e s h b r e a k f a s t r o l l s DELIV ERED EV ERY MORNING People’s tastes differ widely, but when it comes to good wholesome borne baking, Schmid the baker, can satisfy all classes. ‘ JOHN SCHMID, Prop. Radiator Repairing Â¥ \\ r -' Mew Cores Installed Plumbing Furnaces Om Scho&tler t As. Cedar St. ‘ Near City Hall, Stargeon Bay Boat Works JOHNSON & GMACH B u i l d e r s of . PIBH BOATS, CRUISERS, LAUNCHES BOW BOATS CANOES , SAIL BOATS. BJ5PATRTNG OF ALL KINDS Marine Railway\" used for hauling , out boats. GOOD WINTER. STORAGE. All Work Guaranteed. Shop at foot .of Spr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 August 1920

N O W ! NOW! no goods for resale. t j * V'^ri It is quite impossible to give our idea what it will mean to the public in general in dollars saved during this sale—but ev­ ery purchaser will know that never in the history of sales has stfch a reckless price cutting been indulged in. Women’s, Misses’ and Child’s WHITE SHOES, OXFORDS and PUMPS ^ THREE LOTS ' v : § to $2i00 values 98c to $3.00 values , 1.98 to $5:00 values 2.98 4 ' • -V' '.V -. 2 . Women’s Fi nest Leathei Low Shoes . ^ 2 Up to $5.50 Tmlp.es 3.48 Up ’ to $10.00 values 4.98 (Second Floor) It is also quite impossible to itemize here all the goods that are offered at such un­ heard of reductions without an enormous advertising bill—therefore we will content ourselves with this comparatively “ small” announcement and let the sale stand on its merits^-the greatest price cutting sale in the history of Sturgeon Bay. WASH GOODS Voiles, Including Fancy and Plain TWO LOTS About 120 Pairs Style “Passe” Women’s Leather Oxfords an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 August 1920

V Sfe - — V J‘ ______ . - '■-■ -'V -. '•: $ •* DCALS • .‘ i .--J .. V .........n' * s*r New Druggist— Norman Ortlieb o£ Kaukaunaarrived here during the •week and' is engaged as druggist at the Ihde store. • New Style/Truck— The J. C. Dana •company during the week received its first three-quarter -ton Samson truck. It is an odd looking truck hut said to he very efficient. New Store—The new Army and Navy Supply, store will open in the Feldman building Saturday, accord­ ing to Max Zimmerman of Green Hay/who was here guring the week. Their Baby Dies— Mr.' and Mrs. Richard Koehn are mourning the loss of their baby ’ boy, aged, 8 fhonths. The child became afflicted with in­ testinal troubles and it-became nec­ essary to resort to an operation. Fu­ neral services were held Tuesday af­ ternoon from the home. ' W.C.T.U. Picnic—The W.C.T.U. will hold their annual basket picnic, Aug. 10th, down the bay shore at „the home of Mrs. A. J. Brqoks. We hope those Interested will be geher- o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 August 1920

j i e g B R lS iiJ g M J . W§| o o o b o o tjm r a d v o c a te , b c tr q e o s b a t , w m u A tro irst o, 1920. - \" ' —\"— ------------* ' PERSONAL MENTION «XW8T NOTES. CONOE8NIKO PEOPIB TOO KNOW \" 'V- ' : ^ ■•\"■■■■■■■ .V \\ ’*v*k ' ■■ • y ’■'-•â– â–  ■ .■•.n-,.. . .. .'it* TIj e r ' ebjoyed' th tr W est ~very ® oca.- %i'ey JfeijiV m ak e th e ir' hom e In She* boygan Fallft. . ' Jirnil H oslett J s .h e r e from Chicago visiting h is p aren ts, M r. and M rs. Jos. H oslett, of Saw yer, over Sun­ day. M rs. A ugust B liesn er retu rn ed on )• M f'se.E. W . W ashburn of M ilwau- ilori d ay■- evfening f r o m a v i s i t a t Al- ,k ee is a .gitest of M iss E lla Mae W ash- gom a. , - . V v jburri th is Week. * Fi r e 'C hief F ra n k S troh w ent to | - Tom ’G afland arrived hom e Tues- G reen B ay la st w eek for tre a tm e n t a t a hospital. ’ - M iss P riscilla M arshand le ft Mon­ day fo r M ilw aukee toir a v isit w ith friends. \" ■ .v\"...

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 — 6 August 1920

/tij' ' V / DOOR O O b tili ADVOCATE. 8TOBQBOM BAY, WI&, AUGUST 6, 1920. JUST OPENED AT iWe will have everything on over was over This store is a branch of the. Central States Army & N avy Supply CoV^of BLANKETS E tC iE T C . at a fraction of the orig- overhment cost. BARGAINS M alM epartm oih. are located next dodr to the city hall. Regular Meeting of THE CITY COUNCIL -- [Official P ublication] r A ugust 3, 1920. . M eeting called to order by M ayor Jobn Boler. 5 , B oll call: . P r e s e n t— A lderm en Clark, Spalsbury, Cheesem an, W ies- ner, Nelson, M arshall, M oeller Ab­ sent— A lderm an Green. M inutes of last, m eeting read and approved as read. The following resolution w as of­ fered: RESOLUTION W hereas, the P eninsula Service Company wishes th e perm ission to a t­ tach th e ir w ires and cables to th e piling of o u r bridge on th e east sjde and on the w est side of th e draw , W hereas, they propose to bolt sub­ stan tial planks to th e piles under- neith ...

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 — 6 August 1920

❖❖❖❖ The World’s Greatest Light Weight Automobile I ^ ' ~ Wmmmmx-xs'SS? &>y.vZZ- m m &&M Mm%. ' '■ ' •'r^Wv-* C \"V *v \\ The New Studebaker Light Six was designed and is produced to meet the world wide demand for an efficient,, durable and economical light weight car. It is a REAL achievement in '4 -refined and improved design, with exact balance of weight, -quick acceleration, flexibility an^ power per pound of car weight. -ease At all driving speeds up to 55 miles per hour, the ITGHT SIX isfreer from vibration than anycarofits approximate weight yet built in Europe or America. Built complete in the most modern automobile plant in the world, erected by Studebaker at South Bend, Ind., especially for the construction of diis car. No car ever went into production with finer equipment, and the economic advantages ^possessed by Studebaker which msdcepossiblevthe low price of the LIGHT SIX are— ■ t : ^ - because it is manufactured complete in the newest an...

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 — 6 August 1920

POOB OOPCTI ADVOCATE, STPBflBON BAY. WW.. AUOUSTjfirlPaQ, J- Marine News . . . ■, ,..- .jtJ-if?- 9 ? 1 ^ C aptain C harles Graves,'iSntwhiill and T u g M an, Dies A t H is H unting Lodge A t Pensauliee. • ./C aptain Charles A. Graves, of the Nttg l ^ g . line and . well: k n o w n h h re wher& h e lived to r m any years, died JiiL h^^& irhting cabin at Pensaukeo S u n d ^ t^ fte rn o o n . Captain Graves was one?bf the niost popular-sallora on th e Lakes and was known and liked in every port. \" In the old days he worjtod for the George Spear .company Trap ran the • Island mill here and lo sf’bne hand w hile ■working in a m ill-at Egg H ar­ bor. He was captain of the tugs John Gregory, George Spear and o th e rs .. Born in Green Bay in 1862, the son of Orlo B. and Lucy Ann Graves, he received his early, education in the schools of Greeft Bay un til th e age of sixteen w hen h e started railroad­ ing and la te r saw m illing, then be­ com ing in terested in sailing. Ho...

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 — 13 August 1920

' f*v * V dttjiM E 59 t * STUBGEON BAY AOVOOATE--~-OdNSOi.nAT£D---l)OOR COUNTY. DEMOCRAT (T O C B iA m nii r JfORTHBASTKKN'W ISCOHSIH' STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRID A Y , AUGUST 13, 1920, M utual ChautauqUa M f c 6 6 i)5 H y re | A LYCEUM COtfttSE, ^00, Woman’s Club ' Contracts For Three High Priced ^ ^6gm osV andForOpen Contract For •\"'.* Appearance of Judge Lan­ dis Here in November. .T ® Chautauqua program given here during the last week by the Mu­ tual company proved so satisfactory th at the company has not only signed up for another season^but will p'ut on a ly.ceum cource Jiere this fall and next spring under the auspices of the Wor&an’B' Club. ■ f .. ’ Under the arrangements ttiaW\"by the local Chautauqua committee a guarantee of $1,100 straight is made the Mutual people, for the 1921 pro­ gram. Whatever surplus there may be will be held- by the local commit- tee. ’ Irving H. Klein was the Chautau­ qua representative here and lived up to • all the promise's he made ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 August 1920

g g , . r News. g : i i .A '-V M 7.7. Elizabeth Heilman was a Green Bay visitor. on‘Saturday. Mrs. Jacob Gerlacli left Tuesday m o rn in g for Milwaukee. Mrs. Rasmus Oenes and her sister left Saturday for Milwaukee. J vMiss Blanche Spnlsbury w ent to - Greon Bay Saturday morning. Mrs.Julius Schjoth spent Sunday • at Forestville visiting relatives. Arthur Stephan of Chicago is the guest of his brother, W illiam , and fam ily. . ' -. • The'Agnes H. brought in 'a load of i cord wood Wednesday from iugon Island for the Bushman Mil­ ling Co. Several more loads w ill be received this fall. V Miss Esther' Simon went to Mari- bel, W is., Saturday to visit a feyr days. ' ’ - • . ....... ....... Miss Alvina Aelears is here from Milwaukee visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Aelears. .. \"7 The Van Camp Co. shipped 75 car loads of milk from Sawyer during the month of July. Miss Anna Schjoth, wlio has been here? on a visit, returned to. ■Duluth, Minn., Saturday. • , George Michaels return...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 August 1920

Door County Advocate Bntered at the Poatollct t t S tn g w n Bay, WJa, m m second?clast matter. ■■' Published Bjr Ooor County Pablishitig Company * - y Incorporated. ' -‘ ■Very Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wl*. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. A ddress all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Tear. h e ifle iiic . s U i s n d u tg e d , t t s s B aa w ellaa the new address d is iU V tghn a STURGEON BAY, W IS , AUGUST 13 .- ■■■ a ^ — :--------:— T he two, thousand o r m ore cherry pickers from outside hkve retu rn ed to th e ir hom es and th e population of Sturgeon Bay is .a g a in -returning to its norm al condition. D uring th e sev­ eral w eeks • th a t 'the- cherry pickers a re am ong us th e streets of Sturgeon. B ay du rin g th e evenings have a .m etro p o litan appearance, being - crow ded w ith m 6 rry ' m aking, ■ b u t oVderly crow ds of young people. It is a p leasure to have these people w ith us. They conduct them selves in a m an n er t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 August 1920

‘ - ' - ■! : iiSseEa* ftpO B OOimtYADVOCATE, jMCPBGBON jf e LOCALS f ''l ^ * ifehtcrs - Here^^e'orgfi/Lor- shied is here from Green Bay op his annual sign painting- visit anti has pafnted up the Cream of Wheat flour advertisements fdr Teweles & Gran- deis as well as other. sign3 about town.: Carl Vollitz lias given the front of Shimmels. groepiy store a fresh coat of paint, and the hardware store Of Ifalstead & Maples has also been repainted. - ■/. 1 rfiatlngCntnp Fires—The following vCainp Fire glris are: spending’ the weefi' at thb Washburn cottage, Ta­ coma Beach: Grace Martin, Pearl Hpnson, Eva'Moore, Dorothy Wilson, Nina Petersoii Prances Cheeseman, 'Marion Stevenson, Edna Martini Elsie IWIegand.GraceKtetlyMarion Cheese­ man. and Miss Dorothy Symons. The girls left early last Monday morning and are haying a good time. , Must Be Vaccinated—Health au­ thorities have made the announce­ ment that all school children must be able to either show a vaccination scar or ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 August 1920

. . ■ , ’■ ' y POORCOtXimr A D ^ U C B A Y , w IfL, m '■■■/'Vi - !:Y Y 0 Y Y 'Y |P E R S O f R T igijfj .T '- • ' --r --.A*.-* PEOP:LE | IfEWSY NOTES CONCERNING YOU KNOW I • I- ■' ' Edward-Reynolds made ^-business I ~C..M-r Stephenson returned first of tripjaopth first of the week. | the week from a business trip to Chi- MIbb Mary Fax was the guest of , ca^°- . friends.-ip Green Bay over Sunday. ‘ Rev. H. M. Mason of Ellison Bay was in the city on business -Monday. . Mrs. Charles Augustine .is,,visiting friends at Escanaba during the pres­ ent'week. Leathern D. Smith was at Manito­ woc arid Chicago \"on business during the present Week , Miss Helen Hadden arrived-Tues­ day from Muskegon, Mich., f o r a v i s i t ! burn, Wig., to visit a month or more Miss-Frances StokdVk-arrived from Oak Park, 111'.^ during the week for a visit.' • Miss Marion Rysdorp has- returned to Chicago after a several weeks vis­ it at home. Mr. and Mrs.' Matt McCarthy have returned ^to Aritig...

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 — 13 August 1920

! . • ' . ■ ' ' ■ . ■ ' ' -■ - B M , WHITE SHOE DRESSING KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT THE BIG VAL1 z ’ THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES . ~ LIQUID AND CAKEV ✓ Also Futes and Liquids—for Black, Tan, Ox-Blood and Dazk' ^ 1 Brown Shoes » ^ ^ THE t. V. pAIXHY CORPORATIONS LTD., BUFFALO. N. V. N. ^ * /// t i n it t / l i m n i \\ \\ \\\\ \\ \\ \\ v v \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ v ^ : WISCONSIN COLLEGES ASSOCIATED Leading business men of WISCONSIN unite in supporting and championing the cause of EDUCATION by giving their undivided endorsement to the movement. The Committee: J.'H. Puelicher, Milwaukee,Chairman and Treas­ urer F. B. Schultz, Milwaukee, Vice Chairman T. J. Roth, Superior:, Hon. Roy P. Wilcox, Eau Claire Carl Mathie, Wausau John F. Martin, Green ,Bay Geotge W.'Meade, Grand Rapids Hon. W. H. Hatton, New London A. E. Matheson, Janesville A. J. Frame, Wau­ kesha F .. P., Hixon, La Crosse Kemper K. Knapp, Chicago. THE COLLEGES. . BELOIT \"COLLEGE, Beloit CAMPION COLLEGE, Prairie du Chien CAR...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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