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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 August 1920

DOOROOUNTY ADVOCATE, gTUKGBON BAY, W I% P'AtTGtfSI? 13, 1020. tilt I $ i8li4'H h'fr'8i4,l8 MUSICAL EDUCATION . In a school of tlie Highest Standards in Music and Dramatic Art. Pleasantly situated and fully equipped. Enrollment the past year ittcreascd 100% ' \\ ? - * Its CREDITS in MUSIC 'are recognized by the Statp Board of Examiners. ■ \\ ■ j--' ■ . y \" ' • MARQUETTE CONSERVATORY /' ■ ■■■ U B O R IU S SE3EVIANN, D ean ' -1505 G rand A venue 1 ^ M ILW AUKEE Marine the Power-Adding, Gas-Saving, Trouble-proof : j SPARK PLUG _ ■ Any plug will spark when it’s new and clean. But no ordinary !! spark plug actually adds power to the motor, actually saves gas, and still is so simple and sturdy in construction that 4t is unaffected by the most severe conditions of heat, speed and high, compression. The FAN FLAME is no ordinary plug, i t is unlike any other spark plug in design, and in results. A set ot FAN FLAME SPARK PLUGS will increasa the maximum power and speed of any e...

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 — 13 August 1920

n o o n c o u n t y b a * , a u g u s t 13, io s o . Co. Supt. Aroused Over School Situation IS UP TO COUNTRY PEOPLE. Moss Conley. Says Consolidation Is , Only Salvation For Rural v. Schools — Hits Opposition With Broad, Clear Statement. • w. •• K ath arin e Conley, county superin­ tendent, says th a t it is up to the • country people to provide education lo r th eir children beyond th e 8th grade. T he only schools in th e coun­ ty doing w ork beyond th e 8th grade are. th e B russels F iv e C orners school, w hich offers w ork in the first two years of high school, th e Forestville : Tillage school and th e C arnot school, w hich each give first year high school w ork, and th e F ish C reek high school. An enrollm ent of 80 students is ex­ pected in the F ish C reek high school th is fall. Miss Conley says th a t this is proof of the fact th a t if children have access to a H igh School m ore of them w ill receive a high school edu­ cation. ■ .The Sturgeon Bay high school is...

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 — 20 August 1920

DROPS DEAD PROM SHOOK. Subject To Heart Attacks'End Comes When He Suffers Slight Abrasion of Skin— Was Prominent andEstimable * Citizen.' In th e death of C ity C lerk' Ju llu 3 C. L angem ak S turgeon B ay lost an exceptionally efficient official ari well as an estim able citizen, ever zealous in his duties w ith th e w elfare of the m uriicapality alw ays forem ost in his thoughts. C hildren and flowers have lo st a tru e friend s th e poets have lost an a rd e n t adm irer. H is d eath leaves a vacancy in both official and civic life w hich tfle com m unity in these try in g tim es can ill afford. ? Mr. L angem ak’s death w as sudden and unexpected. In his u sual health he left his office F rid ay night. Sat- VOLUME 59 d a l •. c r o o o i A n r a o n _tn N O RTH EA STERS WISCONSIN J. C. Langemak Dies Suddenly. urdny m orning he.w as dead. H e.w as subject to nausea and fain tin g spells and du rin g the night had been slight ly ill. Shortly a fte r arising in the m orning lie w ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 August 1920

OOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, ■ STURGEON BAY, W IS. AUGUST 20, iOgQ. Sawyer News. Mrs. Howard Jacobs returned to Milwaukee Tuesday. - Mrs. John Keogh went to Kewau­ nee Tuesday to visit relatives. Gust Lionau is erecting a small add : ion to his feed store building in which to Bt'ore oil. The members of the Friends Sun­ day'school enjoyed a picnic at the .canal on Tuesday. 5 Rev. H. N Pfeifer autoed to Mani­ towoc Monday and spent several flays * visiting with friends, w Elmer W ulf is driving a handsome • Paige-6 which he drove up from Mil­ waukee on Tuesday. ' Jacob Senft and w ife left within the week for Sand Point, Idaho, to visit Chas. Senft and family. Peter Oast returned to Fargo, N. D., Wednesday after visiting the Amend Olson fam ily at Hainesville. I-\" Steve Cardy is very ill at hid home in this ward and his son Lawrence has been here to see him this week. Arthur Stephan, who has been the guest of.h is brother, W. R. Stephan, Teturned to Chicago W ednesday after­ noon. Ja...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 August 1920

' ‘ ■. - S ' , i-.- : • v ? . : IWOB OCTCOT A PV O C TO C T T O C ito BAT, WBL. AUGUST SO, 1920. MARC STRONG, STURDY MCN and HEALTHY BEAUTIFUL WOMEN Iron is rnl blood food aid fit Boy expc rience I have found no better means of building up the redblood corpuscles and helping to give in­ creased oa power to the blood than organic iroth tad s more H Medics) Portland Cement and Ice H adl^Fiiel& w clt Phone 233. The Worth Embroidery Art Shop I f th e re la anything you w ish to b rig h ten up In th e hornet a n d fo r w edding an d b irth d ay g ifts, call a t “ T he A rt Shop” an d see th e larg e selection of dain ty pieces , of fancy w ork. I g u aran tee satisfaction o r money back. P ro m p t service. Send your o rd er today, to SIRS. O. A. BINGHAM Stprgeon B ay,, W is., R.D. No. I. Phono 297*11 Shop opposite City Hall Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R AND F U N E R A L D I R E C T O R l . n V A S S IS T A N T 1 Phone 185-R— 185*W. SaWyer, Wis. pa t r o n iz e The Home Bakery Whe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 August 1920

vtQQH o u o im r a d v o c a te , s tu b g b q ^ b a s , « !& , a u g u s t 20, ioao. , ' LOCALS flood Sale—The W. F. M. S. of the ' M. E. church 'will hold a food sale at the Groceteria Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Moravian Ladies Ald--The Mora­ vian Ladies Aid ■will meet \"With Mrs. Mark Holt next week Wednesday, August 25. Ay cordially invited. Coal Cargo , Arrives—The Wyan- ,- dotte arrived Tuesday -with soft coal for the-city, Leathern & Smith and the Van Camp Co, About 3,000 tons was discharged. Rummage^ Sale — The AoKIYA Camp Fire Girls, of the Methodist church, will Jiold a rummage sale Saturday afternoon, August -21, at Halstead-Maples hardware \"store Buys Bungalow—Don Christman, , of the Meverden-Stephenson Electri­ cal company, has purchased the Ro­ bert Laurie bungalow in the third ward. The house Was built by Jos. Stroh. Installing Steam Heat—H. Remil- lard is installing a new steam heat- ing plant in the Catholic schopl Irailding on St. Join street 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 — 20 August 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, gHJBOBOK BAY, WI&,AUQU8T 20,1020. : P E R S O Nl i'A L M E N T I O N l- v lv jk J Ve/ I 5EWSY NOTES C iONpERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW ! Miss Grace Havens of Kenosha vls-j Prank Moeller and It. W. Jones s ited friends in this city Tuesday . were Washington Island visitofs sev- evening. .. . *v. j e r a l days last week. ■ ^ ■ Howard Greisen arrived fromTMnJ-l : Mrs. Wm. - Boyd left Monday for waukee Saturday for a short visit Gfen Flora, Wis., for a visit with ,her at home. ' ! ! son Henry and family, Mrs. P. SOhneider of Milwaukee is August Berens and daughter, Mrs. visiting her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Jacohek of Chicago have been Pred Hanson ’ Lvisiting relatives in the city the past / Julius Schack left Wednesday for [ week. ‘ , Kewaunee for a several days’ visit Johji and William Feuersteih left with friends. ■ % j the fore part of the week for Chica- Dorothy and Edith Erwin of Port go to purchase stock for-their music Wayne, Indiana, are guests of ....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 August 1920

p o o r o o u n t y a d v o c a te , s tu r g e o n h a i, w m , a u g u s t ao, 1020. ' “ W E ’ L L A L L B E T H E R E ” ' 'AT ... NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN FAIR West Side of Fox River * B E T W E E H i f i t j ! Green Bay - De Pere, Wis. ! | Aug. 30-31, Sept 1-2,’20 Amusing and Elaborate Exhibits and Entertainments D A Y and NIGHT A ddress a ll com m unications to H ERB. J . SMITH, Sec., D ePere, W is. A Beautiful Home for Your Car - PRIVATE GARAGES A garage that you will be proud to own. You will h e. well satisfied with the service it will give you. ■' A Pro-slate garage with its beautiful combination of gray green* stucco-like panels, its Indian red roof and ' 'autumn brown English timber trim will really enhance - the surroundings of any home. So complete and so well planned is a Pro-slate garage that you can order it in die morning and run your car into its new home that evening. A Pro-slate garage is an investment worth while. Its first cost is so low that it will pay for it...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 August 1920

p o o b (x w n m t jjp y o o A tE , c t p b o b w B a y . w in a u g u s t 20,1020. “W hat you save now will save you some day — save you toil and worry.,’ You C A N save if you PLAN to save. This bank wants to HELP you save. Start TODAY. Door County State Bank You Can't Always Be Lucky —whether it be in a game of chance or in an automobile. You may avoid a n accident today, but how about to­ morrow? Driving carefully is not enough, for even the most careful driver has his accidents. But while you can’t always be lucky: you can by our combination policy, covering against fire, theft, liability, property I damage and collision. 1 LOANS J. G. OLLINGER D h o I n 8 u r a n c e M a n ' INVESTMENTS * ! BONDS Announcement W e now carry a coipplete line of MEN'S AND BOYS’ DRESS SHOES , at a. in connection with our up-to-date SHOE REPAIR SHOP. North of Bank of Sturgeon Bay. . Kraterfield & Heck i 4frl'W W \" W 4 llW ^ H W llilM |W iW W iW i4\"14i1\"W4|W iMi4iM iiW wi * * * * * * * * * *...

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 — 20 August 1920

Marine News KKWAUXEK ITEMS. Tho large dredge Defiance in charge of Catt. W alter Tollefson, be­ longing to the Greiling Bros.. Co., of G re'fi/ Bay, and two large dump scows in tow of the tug Martin J. GillSn, were' in port Wednesday night enroute to Escanaba from Kenosha. The dredge is one of, the largest on the lakes :ahd ordinarily, carries a double crew but on account of the scarcity rof labor only a single crew Was aboard. An event worthy of note in the an­ nals of the Kewaunee harbor w as the arrival in port last Saturday of the sail schooner Cora, Capt, W alter Bjorklund with a corgo of slabs from Baileys Harbor. This, for the Ke­ waunee Grain Co., was the first sail arrival of the season and is memor- able from the fact th at in seventy years of vessel life at the port, this fs the latest sail arrival. Less than forty years ago the lake was alive with sail craft in the- early days of spring and it was no uncommon thing to see a fleet of from five to ten brigs and schooner...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 August 1920

5 ' A: VOLUME 5 9 ' ' '5 NUMBER f : 2 3 Y STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE-—--CONSOLIDATED——DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT b A H G E ST 0 I B O lt t A « O 9 -!f N O R T H E A ST E R N W lB C O JtSP l STURGEON BAY,WIS.,^(FRIDAV, AUGUST 27, 192). m . . . t h e a d v o c a t e B it n r a g . . r t g a d v e h t i s h h s g o o d a a n t s t Value of City la Now $3,450,000. PROPERTY UP 15 PERCENT Value of Laud Remains About tbe Same But Buildixigs Have 1 Gone Up—Increase la Near­ ly Saif Million I* \" Dollars - AIRPLANE t o fin d TREASURE W reck of Steam er O’Connor W ith $50,000 Cargo of Coal To Be Located Prom th e Air. r Total valuation of the city of Stur­ geon Bay, as adjusted by the board of review, is approximately $3,450,- 000 for thtFyear i 920. - This Is an increase of about $478,000 over 1919. 1 Value of real estate, exclusive of improvements, { remains -practically th e same as last year, $830,229. Val­ ue of improvements on real estate Has increased $331,000. Personal property has increased...

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 — 27 August 1920

♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ : * . ALICE VEfifiET . _ _ _■ . .PARIS OPERA. ' “ It was in very truth Mi* voice— tlie very same. The same purity and' sweetness of tone, the same appealing \\ | humane quality, the same in timbre and color. It was in fact Verlet’s voice re­ corded at the • Edison Laboratory in Orange, N. J., and imprisoned by the genius of an ‘ Edison, now being re­ created before our believing ears—a humane voice with its very humane quality \"produced by an instrument’of !! wood and metal.”—‘The Sunday Her­ ald Boston, Nov. 30, 1919 . Woerfel’s Drug Store SAWYER, WIS. Step in and hear this wonderful machine. TO OUR PATRONS: The problems of peace, as did the prob- lems of war,, involve heavy expendi­ tures by the Telephone Company. . There is much ' reconstruction and even more advance construction work to do to Serve is regained. Little or no construction Work for two •years, a vast increase in demand for service and a,vast increase in the pop...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 August 1920

. OOOK COUNT* AD V O C A m BTURGBQN BAT, '* w ja ^ T a U G U S T 2T» 1920. Free This Week A Whole Jiffy-Pie We Pay Your : Grocer. , The makers of Jiffy-Jell Sow, make Jiffy-Pies. •This week- your grocer will give you a package-— a full-size package—free, Take your., choice of the* Lempn or Chocolate. We will pay him for it, so you may know these delicious Jiffy-Pies., 1 Real Lemon Pie . Lemon Jiffy-Pie con­ tains everything . neces­ sary. It is ‘ an idedl pie mixture of sugar, corn products, tapioca, poyi£. dered milk,\" egg yolk and salt.,. . ^ ‘ It is acidulated with lemon acid — made from lemons — iii evaporated form * -y A glass bottle in each package c o n ta in s the lemon flavor, derived from lemon peel. ■ ' cfl MIXTUff* fob makino PIE. custard PUDDING AND CASE FI LEINS •KS.'SS** jiffy •• .So ' this^is real Leihbn- Pie. There is nothing airti- ^ ficial—not' even the color. ? No cook ever, made a better Lemon Pie. And you know how loiig it ' takes. V : 'vy--' ' Here^yo.u...

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 — 27 August 1920

/ . * lM . _ , *Wf3 . f B A S , ^ I 8 . j r-' A ^ 8 T 2 T , \\ ^ 20^ r?Y,...^ I LOCALS Eastern Star—F irst regular meet­ ing ot the Eastern Star following the . summer period will lje held Sept.’ 2. v ' Selling His Bns|nc«s^Jfllin 1b advertising his .vulcanising^ plaftt t the Moeller g a r a g e -for/eaieYi He: ants to dispose of all ffxtiSyfiS' and1 machines as well as/the ' . Wide Awake liocal— Members o t the Wide .Awake local of the rEquity are Requested to be present/at:- a meeting to be held August”3 0 -,iat District No. 6. school house, r. Nase- waupee. ' Tennessee. Ratifies Governor Roberts of Tennessee on Tuesday certified the state's ratification of the suffrage amendment and it is now positively assured th at all women in the United States are entitled ' to vote. - Teacher Marries—Announcement has been receiyde here of the mar­ riage of Mabelle Manley to Helmer Helgesoh on Aug. 25 at Montfort. ' Miss Manley taught in the grades here about-three years ago. Mr* and Mrs. ...

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 — 27 August 1920

■’\" W :v ' ti • ®-~V , , 4 *1 . ^ , DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, ' AUGUS T 2 7 , 1020. hWH PERSON A' L M ENT) 0 N IfSWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW i* a n 1111 n 11» -L0tU8 % Mrs. Etiie.st .Jackson ■^Monday frOtn ! a visit a t 1 X John Olllnger made .a business trip ‘to Chicago-during the ipresqnf week. X- G rant .MijTqr left yesterday for ^heboygan^iittfch., to,sail Ch’e tng -Lotus. ' li! W- -' V ’. eturnedj fo home at Powers Henry Ovdrbeck made d^bu’siness trip to Milwaukee and ChtCago dur- Jn g the week. \\ • L. D. Smith and Douglas Brower .“of the Smith company, made a busi- . ness trip td Chicago last-week. •_ ' Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kimber and ■family of Aritigo w e re $ le guests of • Mr. and JVIrs. Wm. Etqasford over ^Sunday, • M rs.' A rthur Matthews and chil- • dreiP left W ednesday for New~Dcm- don for a visit with friendsrand rel- • atlves! ^ John Anderson of Ephraim was' ih - the city Monday with his son Har- old, who had his tonsils removed by a local physician. ...

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 — 27 August 1920

~ 7 . ‘ ' ' :' ' :!X A u g u s t 2 7 , 5MHt* * * * * * * ****x- x x x x x xxx$ * * * * * Marine News FROCKS A Well Balanced Food ready-to-eat and con­ taining its ownvsugar. A Popular Cereal That served with milk or cream, fresh fruit or berries, makes a delightful dish for home folks or guests. This health-building food iains its wholesome, nut-like avor from the twenty-hour baking o f wheat and malt- ed barley. All Grocers Sell GrapeNuts Made by Postum Cereal Co.,Iric.,Ba.ttle Creek, Mich. A Beautiful Home for Your Car PRIVATE GARAGES j A .garage that you will be proud to- own. You will be well satisfied with the service it will give you. A Pro-slate garage with its beautiful combination, of gray green stucco-like panels, its Indian red roof and ■ autumn brown English timber trfm will really enhance . the surroundings of any home. • So complete and so well planned is a Pro-slate garage that you can order it in the' morning and run:your car ■ intq its new home that evening. , ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 August 1920

DOOR OOUNTI AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W O . AUGUST 27, 1020. Ooor County Advocate Wintered a tth e P o a to fflc e a t Sturgeon Bay/Wia., as second-class m atter. y, ' ' . Published By Door County Publishing Company Incorporated. ■very Friday a t Sturgeon Bay, W la H. X SANDERSON, \"Mgr. .County News. Subscription Price, 02,00 per Tear. la ordering address changed, the eld as wan as theaewaddress ehoald kagtrea STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUGUST 27 ■ Renominate Lenroot. Apparently the senatorial fight in , Wisconsin is attracting wider atten­ tion thruout the nationVUian the people of Wisconsin realize. | A short time, ago a Colorado paper comment­ ed upon it and The Advocate has- re­ ceived „• a copy of the Red Wing, Minn.) Republican, which contained an editorial giving the views of an ■outsider which we believe bears re­ peating here. It says: “There is a great fight on in the •state of Wisconsin to defeat Senator I. L. Lenroot, prominently mentioned :as presidential candidate b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 August 1920

'v^Ci p o o b q o u n ty A ^vfo^+%£%s&M&b: ba*. m • A u g u st 27, ioa. *y-j* v- ■• . -v W e are the exclusive dealers for the “W earpledge Insured Clothes F o r Boys” in Doo* Connty and as ell other lines w e carry you are assured of it beipg the best' values for th e money which are m ade in the good old U.S.A., otherwise w e ' would not allow it to enter otir store. Being exclusive dealers in Men’s mid Boys’ wearables w e must have exclusive lines and values. Read the Instirance Pol- icy which goes w ith every W earpledge Suit. KS®* R E & ^ U .S P A T .O F F INSURED CLOTHES FORBCns Boys, Are You Ready for School ? Cost No More : . This: ^Qlicy insures the reasonable life of the WEARPLEDGE Suit or Overcoat under the number appearing hereon. . SHQXJLI) . THE GARMENT, during its reasonable life, fail to- give com? plete satisfaction, from the standpoint of Wear and Workmanship—should the materials or the linings not live lip to their promise of satisfactions—^RETURN ...

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 — 3 September 1920

VOLUME 59 SHi'surical Rooms MADiSOtf WIS NUMBER 24 8TURGE0N BAY ADVOCATE- CONSOLEDATED-^-TDOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT uutG EST oracm pATioif : ffOBTOBAgTBHS WISCONSIN STUBGEO^ BA Y ,W I& , FRIBAV, 8EPTEMB1^H }v 1920. Merchants - Order Meiet Mail Prices. CLAIM THEY CAN DO IT. W ill Start Plan To Put Before Buying Public Information To Show That They Can Sue- cessfully Compete. With r Catalogue Houses. How tQ get to the buying public the inform ation that local merchants can successfully compete w ith the m ail order houses is a probjemvwhich is now being worked out by the Chamber of Commerce. The subject w as thoroly discussed at the sem i­ m onthly luncheon at tile H otel Sw o- bola Tuesday evening and plans are being formulated for an extensive campaign. s . There is no question but that m ail order prices can be m et by local mer­ chants Illustrations in any num­ ber can be citedjw here local prices •are lower than the m ail order price. W here the ffiail order hq.use has its _ le...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 September 1920

» ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « ! » ♦ » » ♦ 'I 11 I 'M 8e Sure to Attend the Door Co. Fair Next Week ALSO REMEMBER :!! that we are headquarters for School Books ■ \\ and School Supplies and that we have a com-. plete stock of Shoes, Stockings, Rubbers, :: ! r Sweaters* Boys’ Suits, Caps, Neck Ties, Etc. j j Bring the children in and let us fit them out. SAWYER, W1S. Cut Down the high cost of living by, eating more bread. Last but not least* use '' Sealof Minnesota flour. Stands up under !! any test. : The Farm ers Company ] Distributors Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin Sawyer News. Drs. Fairfield, Bartran & Company CLINIC BUILDING DR. W. B. FAIRFIELD . Singer? DR. W. E. LEAPEB : Obstetrics, Disease* of W om n and Children. H eart and Dongs. DR. R. W .m SPER T Orthopedic*, t t h t and Gcmlto Urinary. . DR. JT. J . ROBB i Bye, E ar, Nose and T hroat., tilasses Fitted. DR. W, H . BARTRAN .D iseases of the Stomach 1 apd Intestine*. X.Ray and Ohemleal...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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