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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 October 1920

l'f IB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., CKJTOHER 8, 1020. Keeps Your Stove Shining B Salvation Army Drive Starts Monday. COUNTY IS ORGANIZED. ' Gives a brililant elossy shloe.thai, does not m b .off or dust oft—that anneals to the Iron—that lasts four . times tut lousf as any other. BlackSilkStove Polish Ia in : a class by Itself. It's more, carefully m adeandm ado , ixom bettor ntaUriatu ' Try | t on yoor parlor etove, your cook etova or yoor ar&s range* If yon don't find it the best polish y on ever n e e d , yoor h a rd w n ro - or trrocery dealer la authorized to re - f v n d y o o r faobey. 1 ffere 's'M ShSnoin ' .. Every Orop” MAN’S AGE A man is as old as his organs he can be as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aidrs his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with COLD MEDAL The world’s standard remedy for kidne liver, bladder and nric add tronbli sines 1696 corrects disorders stimulates vital organs. All druggists, three sizes. Â...

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 — 8 October 1920

■ ■■ .• zzr.prrrrrr. LOCALS Baby Girl— Dr. and Mrs. Albert Martip are the parents of a' baby, girl who arived Wednesday morning. W. C. T. V. Meeting— The W. C. T. TJ. w ill weet next Tuesday with Mrs. Charles Greisen. _ Mfs. W alter Woer- ie l will be leader. . t, • / Regular Luncheon—The regular Tueday luncheon of the Chamber of Commerce will be held at Hotel Swo bodanext *Tuesday at 6:30. Shipping Apples— O. C. Junyo ar­ rived from Chicago Wednesday to look after the shipping of a large Quantity of apples which he purchas­ ed in this county. Dorcas Society— The Dorcas So­ ciety of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs. John Perry, on Tuesday evening, October 11th. Come and hear the political candidates. Ladies Aid— The Ladies Aid of the M. E. chuch will hold thei nnual bus­ iness meeting at the home o£ Wm. B. Cheeseman on Thusday, October 14. Every lady of the congregation is urged to be present. Purchased HaU*—Henry Miles was formerly from raged^p war ■ m m w ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 October 1920

V T DOOB OOPSTY AP VOCATEj STCBCBON BAY, W18., OCTOBER 8. * « » / PERSONAL MEigCJQN ■ZWSY -NOTES OONOEBMINO PEOPLE YOU KNOW .................I Captain Henry Tufts is here from M ilwaukee for a few days v is it.: A lex Lundberg of F ish Creek, was in th e'city for a few hours op Tues­ day • i . i -I. i - - : , ’i , . \" 'J W w , Jess of the town of W ashing­ ton-was a business visitor if f th e city Tuesday. a- Dr. G. F . H ilton made a'trip to Chicago during the week, returning Tuesday. O. R.~* Moore of W isconsin Rapids is spending the week with old time friends here. . Ralph Jenquin, chairman of the town of Gardner, was in the city on business Tuesday. •fMrs. Robert Keyes returtie)3 to Green Bay yesterday after , a visit at her former home here. ' Mrs. Fred Kuehl returned Friday from an extended visit with friends throughout the state. ': M rs., Fredrick Olson of Milwau­ kee is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson and Mrs. W. M. Sekeg. Jeanette Jennerjahn celebrated her el...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 October 1920

r Door County Advocate Entered a t the Postofflce at Sturgepn Bay, \"Wis., as second-class m atter. Published By Boor County Publishing Company Incorporated. S V ery Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wls, H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. . Addi^ss all communications to . Door County Advocate.. S u b s c r i p t i o n P r i c e , $ 2 .0 0 p e r Y e a r , iia ordering address changed, the old as well as the new address shohld be given Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY, WIS.,- OCTOBER 8 County Advancement Association Can a Door County Advancement Association be formed th a t ■will be­ come a powerful working body for the welfare of the entire county? There were many good ideas brought forth a t tlie ^ e e tin g on Tuesday eve­ ning of last week from which it Is ..possible th at something definite might be worked out.. I t is evident that there is a united opinion th at such an organization would be of great benefit, and In many ways could accomplish things, ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 October 1920

POOR OOUNTYAD VOCATB. ffTOBSWHt BAY, T O . OQW aEB f t lteO , Regular Meeting of T H E CITY COUNCIL [Official Publication] Regular, meeting of the City Coun­ cil, Oct. 5, 1920. Meeting called to order by Mayor Jo h n Boler. . Roll call: Present, Aldermen Moel­ ler, Clark, SpalBbury, Marshall, Cheeseman, Nelson, Green, W iesner. Minutes of last m eeting read and approved. \" School budget for year 1921 read . and otdered filed. Tax Budget for the Tax Levy of J. L. W iesner . C. C. Cheeseman Finance Committee Moved and seconded to adopt, reso­ lution as read, all voting *'aye” on roll call motion carried. Communication from State Board of H ealth on Com fort.Stations.read and ordered filed Motion made and' seconded th at Mayor John Boler and City Attorney H. M. Ferguson be sent as represent­ atives of the City of Sturgeon Bay to the convention of the League of W is­ consin Municipalities to be held at LaCrosse, Wis., October 12, 13, 14, 1920, expenses of representatives to be pai...

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

M , G a l l A t Peterson Boat Works Sturgeon Bay, Wis. for WINTER STORAGE FOR: LAUNCHES and other boats. 'W e are new prepared . to haul out boats: 60 feet long \"or -under. Contracts solicited for new work on craft of any size. REPAIR WORK ’ also done promptly. PetersonBoatWorks STURGEON BAY, WIS ? v Phone 206. . DOOR COUNTY BAY, WIS., OCTOBER*, 1090. ■ « 1 i11 111 J i+mmmmmdjmn i i — rf.m ii i r ■.jniiVnlvn ■■■■c ■■ rj Stock Shipping NOTICE The Door County Equity Ship­ ping Association will ship Live Stock, Tuesday, October 12. Bring in your live stock on the above date. Notify W. A. Gauerke, of what you have to ship. Telephone 617rF-22. Will also receive hogs for shipment. Doof? Co. Equity Shipping Assn. w. A. GAUERKE, Mgr. Telephone 126-R. } COMMANDS CUTTEKtfoW Olaf Egoland, former iocaL. man who until 1917 was capjteiih ol' the Evanston Coast Guard station and was then transferred to. the East, where he was assistant- district su­ perintendent of the Coast Gu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 October 1920

VOLUME 59 NUMBER 3 0 ■ LARGEST CIRCDI.ATIOS 5v' IN NORTHEASTERN AVISCONSIN •TURGEON BAY ADVOCATE ^ 0 N S 0 J ^ A T E D ~ D 0 0 R C 0 tn iiT Y DEMOCRAT STt'RGHON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, l» 2 » . Door County One of Leading Dairy Counties 120,000 GALLONS OF CIDER CANNED 75 NEW SILOS IN PAST YEAR Secretary Wisconsin Live Stock Breeders’ Association Congrat­ ulates Door County On Its i\\ Leadership In Dairying— Letter To County Agent. Door county’s Holsteins and Guern­ seys are making her a widely known livestock center, the same as the , cherries have advertised Door county as one of the greatest fruit produc­ ing counties in the. United v Stater. W ith the rapid development of 'the dairy business during the past few years in thisy county, it is- evident th a t the Wisconsin Live Stock Breed­ ers Association is not overlooking the fact that Door county has a great fu­ ture before it along this line. , The following letter to County Agent E. G. Bailey from Andrew W. Hopki...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 October 1920

■■' . ■■■\"■ --V\" *-:t :- - Sawyer News. To Have Now F^r several years past Postmaster Ster,’an has been trying to impress upov the postofflce department at Washington the absolute necessity of morn room for the local affice and al- tho he has been ' promised many tim ci that his request would be granted, nothing came of it until this vreek when the matter was tak­ en un by the department and bids call»d for for furnishing a larger : Wilding. All bids must be In by Nov. 1st. and a room with not less than 800 square feet, is desired, the locaMon not more than 80 rods from the '’epot, and the lease to run for 5 to 10 years. A diagram of the room should be submitted with the bid. The-e is but 400 square feet in the present postofflce and at times thero Is rot room enough to handle the mail and consequently at times there is considerable delay in distributing and making -up the outgoing mail. The office has been fn the present lo­ cation for about 25 years and in that At...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 October 1920

/ DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAX, WES., OCTOBER 15,1920. ■ : • • »■ • : i.i^ —■■ . V , . , . ------------------- t „ v Baileys Harbor \\ Cecil P a n te r autoed - to Sturgeon J3ay last Tuesday. ^ . ■ P .,I. Pleck of Sturgeon Bay -was among our callers Tuesday., Mrs, John Leidl o£ S tu rg eo n ' Bay spent Saturday and Sunday with her m other here. * Baileys Harbor young people were well represented at th e dance at Egg Harbor last Friday night. John Honigar of Racine is spend­ ing the week at the Kangaroo Lake* Resort on a hunting trip -: •.Our local -‘cheese maker, Jack Me Dermott of Clay Banks visited at his home the former part of the week. Mr. and Mrs Bernard Boettcher and Cecil Panter autoed to Ellison Bay Tuesday night. Miss H attie Icke, 'who has been visiting w ith her sister, Mrs. John Ancalm left, for Milwaukee Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H arry Blakefield en­ tertained a few of their friends to a chicken supper: last week. . Mrs. Mike Anderson and son Leslie spe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 October 1920

DOOR COUNTY MJVOCATE^ Bl^tJRGEDN B i ^ i iiWIS OfTmR'RR m i* ™ *' 1 - 1 \" ll\"\" ' i\"\"1— ........................................• ■ r T v » - .1. LOCALS . Soft Drink Parlor—Charles Pisha has opened a soft drink stand in the ■ Arnold Wagoner building at the cor­ ner of Cedar and Pine-street. • Bought ‘Band— Jule Dubois has purchased 160 acres of land in north­ ern Michigan. At present he is em­ ployed at Ewen, Mich., for the Holt Lumber Company. Moravian LadiesAid—The Ladies Aid of the Moravian church will meet with Mrs. Thos. Richmond next ’ Wednesday afternoon, October 20. All cordially .'invited.. * Card Party—^Jhe Men’s Catholic O rder of Foresters will give a card party next Tuesday evening, Oct. 19, a t the Catholic Club rooms. Refresh- ments will be served. It’s A New Ford—Frank W elter V wishes to correct the impression that •r tlie Ford .to be given away at the dance at Paul's Oct. 25th, is a used car. He states that tthe car is. new o n e.. • ' . • ■ Married...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 October 1920

.vyytfik: $*#$£& avvv?\" ■ -A n v e i^ ^ bay, fvtvay*] ji PERSONAL MENTION. :: NEWSY NOTES CONOEENING PEOPLE YOU KNOW Allie Ives m ade a business trip to M adison du rin g th e w eek. ' A ttorney G rover Stapleton w a s a t G reen B ay M onday on legal^ business. • M rs. E d Scrieber of F ish p feek w as in th e city T uesday tran sactin g busi­ ness. ■ - '• Y ’: /'. ■ \\J f - Rev. and Mrs. Ewald\" F . S te rz of Jacksonport w ere visitors in th e city M onday. ^ , Jo h n C arm ody of Egg H arbor waS am ong th e business visitors in th e city Tuesday. ' . M rs. F ra n k W ashburn, w ho has .been seriously sick for\" a w eek or- m ore, is now im proving. . George D unn .has leased th e Jos. L ibal property on South C edar street and has m oved his fam ily th e re . / Mrs. T ress W ashburn and Mrs. H. J . Sanderson retu rn ed T uesday from -sev eral d a y s \\v is lt a t K enosha and M ilw aukee. . M r. and M rs. W alhu- Scott le ft T uesday for G reen B ay aVd points up t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 October 1920

‘ DOOR -COIJNlTrA^ BAY, WIS., - OCTOBER Iff, *080. : • V f r » * ill ■ . ' IJmm. Ill say it is! te s tis 's an druegisets A G o o d B a t t e r y M a k e s A G o o d B ell TBatteries H E S E Columbia Dry , are sturdy packages of power espe­ cially fbr bells and buz­ zers. They have characteristics ■ peculiarly their own—ad­ vantages possesssed by no ' other source of bell cure ' rent They cost little, and last long easy to connect- up not attached to any other circuits, and abso­ lutely safe. ' Demand Columbias for every battery need:. For the home, Columbia N o .1 • 6’s are ordinarily chosen. The New Columbia Hot . ' Shot No. 1461 v (4 cell- po.wer) is used in large r homes, apartment houses, and office* M oellers G arage Co., S turgeon B ay Scofield Hardware^Co., S turgeon Bay Nebel E lectric Shop, S turgeon Bay D ebroux G arage, Sawyer Saw yer H ardw are CO., Sawyer \"Wall & Thom pson, Saw yer M w a to i Striae C lif Bimiimc P etti cm CtU Me. 6,M e Extra Chare* Colum...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 October 1920

d o o r , c o p s m r a d v o c a t e , b t u k g b o it b a y , w i8 .. Q c t o b e r ig , 1 020 . T1RF.S at WHOLESALE COST Perfect, new tires with a. high-grade national repu- tationv aU sizes non-skid, rib, or plain tread ta b -! rie or cord. .Fully guaranteed 6000 to 8000 miles. I Send usth& iiam e of your car and size tire you use.” Let us subm it our astonishing prices and .term s on high quality tires. Deal w ith a reliable firm .' All-goods shipped jon approval. Bank ref­ erences,D un and Bradstreet. ' j 4 . Em BECKER COMPANY Fourth & W ells Streets ' . -V- ' ... SllLWAUKilE, WISCONSIN^ PIANO TUNING will be in the city week of October 11th to 16th. M l custom- ers living in the country please take this opportunity to have your piano tuned while roads axe still good. Leave .orders at' FEUERSTEIN'S MUSIC STORE H. J. HAHN Licensed Embalmer — Funeral Director : * M o d e r n F u n e r a l C a r Sturgeon Bay, erviee money OFFICIAL PKEST-O-LITD SERVICE STATION Dana (8b St...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 October 1920

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS. OCTOBER 15, 1020, A dm ission To lie Increased F rom l iftcen To Twenty Cents—W ork On O pera House S tarts Next W eek.. \\ ■. W ork of, rem odeling the opera .house building has been delayed on \"account of the contractors being em ­ ployed on the. Egeland hospital bulld­ o g which it is desired to com plete ’before cold w eather sets in, b n t M an­ ager. W elter of the opera house states th a t the w ork w ill s ta rt not la te r than next week. Aside from th e w ork on the roof nearly all the jo b is in th e interior of th e building and w eather conditions w ill not in­ terfere w ith its progress. . Tt w ill probably b e jie c e s sa ry to close the th e a ter a ' couple of wdeks w hile th e w ork is in progress, at least w hile th e new floor is being put in. M anager W elter states th a t It has becom e necessary to increase the price of adm ission to th e \"m ovies.” He says h e realizes the class of pic­ tu re s he h as been 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 — 22 October 1920

VOLUME . • . .......... ........ ' U' ’’ / . A f T \\7 T \\ NUMBER ili e t o r i c a l BooaA , * mmmm si STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT . L A R G E S T C IR C U L A T N IN’ N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS O N SIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDA V, OCTOBER 22,1920. wIOC Two Couples Celebrate Same Day. WERE MARRIED OCT. 27, 1870. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Templeton To Receive Their Friends On X Their Golden Wedding Day—Ladies Are Sisters TEMPLETON-COLEMAN— At the residence of Mr. E. H. Smith, at Green Bay, Wis., on the 27th ult., by Rev. Jesse Cole, Mr. Robert Templeton of Sturgeon Bay, to Miss Jennie Coleman, of Green Bay? NELSON-COLEMAN— Also, at the same time and place by the same clergyman, Mr. C. ' L. Nelson, of Sturgeon Bay, to Miss Eliza Cole­ man, of Green Bay. . The above marriage notices ap­ peared in The'Advocate' in Its issue . Of Nov 3, 1870, fifty years ago. The Advocate today is recording the an­ nouncement of the golden. weddi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 October 1920

d o o b ooptrar advcw ate, s t u r g e o n bay, yna., O c t o b e r aa. 1020 Sawyer News. Old Settler Dead. • H a n ! J a c o b O lson W h o R esid ed B^re (17 Years, Died TjaJWlwau- koc, October 16. Ivins Jacob Olson, one of the old­ est residents of tills county, .died at the home of his daughter, hies, Ales Ella ion, in Milwaukee,'on Saturday, October 16. The remains were brovght here Monday, accompanied fty Mr.“and Mrs. Alex Eliason, of. Milv aukee, and John Magnuson and daur liter Goldie, of Chicago. The funeral was held on Tuesday-from the home of his Bon Bert, in • the town of Nasewaupee, Rev. Burnham of the Friends church, officiating. Deceased .was born in Stavenger, Norway, on May 20th, i845, and came to America in 1853, coming di­ rectly to Door county where he was employed in lumbering and cedar operations in the vicinity of this city . While engaged in loading logs he was caught under a log and his leg broken and as the attending physician did not succeed in setiing t...

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 — 22 October 1920

vvL“ p o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a te , so t b q b o x bay , w ia , Oc t o b e r 22,1020. Walter Humke lost a vialaable registered, cow one day last week. , Miss Delivina and' Lillian Zetiel returned home from Chicago Thurs­ day of. last week. Mrs. Ed Fidler entertainer’ the Shiloh club on Thursday evening of last week. There was a good crowd and everyone had a pleasant time. Mrs. Paul Berg of Chicago, and the Misses Martha Berg and Gladys Kreuger' and Marvin Kreuger and Carl Kerkener visited at the home of Peter Zettel Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Weisner who has been at the hospital in Sturgeon Bay where she underwent an operation, was removed to home Tuesday mor­ ning. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Tornado 7:v Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Fischer and family toured to Sigter Bay on Wed­ nesday. Chas. Vogel has been confined to his home the past week with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Schoessel and son of Nasewanpee were guests at the Aug. Fischer home on Sunday. Miss Lillian Maedke ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 October 1920

JW O R COUNTY AD\\^OCA^E^81'tJi{3EO^ BAY, 1WS., QCXQW^ fffjjff -r LOCALS Residences Purchased—Edward S. Ackerman has purchased the Mrs. Josephine Behringer residence on Lawrence Ave. Attorney tV. E. Wag­ oner has purchased the Chas. Goet- - telman-residence on South Cedar St. :l Eighty in Shade—On Wednesday ’ Oct. 20, the government thermome- 2 ter in this city, registered eighty de­ grees. This is the k warmest ‘October day of which there is any record in this city . ‘The weather of September and October of this year has, been the most pleasant of'the entire year, ’ Storage Battery Store —Harry Hocks,is building a store front :m the residence building on the proper­ ty he recently purchased on Garland street from Mrs. Wm. Boyd. It is the intention of Mr. Hocks to open an up-to-date storage battery store. Mystic Workers Meeting-^- The regular meeting of the Mystic Work- ,ers lodge will be held Monday, Oct. 26, at K. P. hall. All members re­ quested to be present as there will be...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 October 1920

-POOR COUNTY APVOCATfe, STPfoOEOy. BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 22,1020. ' »# P E R S O E N T 1 0 N HSWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW £ ? S i Mrs. ..Darrel Van Dregse spent Monday rit Green Bay. m - R. P. K enriedyieft Tuesday, on1! a business t^ p jt^M innesotapyvf'' C. C. Cfceegemaii -made -,a business trip to Green Ba^ Tuesday.. .. T % .Mrs. C, D. Brower is spending the week visiting at Green Bay. - Frank J. Moeller attended - a ’ xneet- - lrig o f the Foresters at Jfiiaplerwood Sunday'evening. ■ ’ Mr.- and Mrs. F ra n k ’Eltiott of Milwaukee, were guests at the Jos. Richmond home over Sunday. John Peltier of Gardner, candidate for the assembly, was in the city on Tuesday interviewing the voters. Henry Overbeck, who has been in Milwaukee during the past few weeks, returned home Wednesday Mrs.- Rudolph Baehm returned Saturday for a two weeks’, visit with relatives in^Brillion and Milwaukee. Frank Mallien of Brussels has been a guest at the home of Mr. ancLp, Mrs. Alfred Virlee duri...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 October 1920

- = a s-s j&DVOCA1 \" • L i m m a m ssss =E — V' m i s BE SUPER SMI A Page of Realization for Hoping for LOWER PRICES DURING the past seasons owing to war and certain economic conditions, the trade and finances of our country have been 'greatly disturbed in some centers over certain periods this almost amounted to chaos and then somewhat later when we en­ tered into a period of reconstruction, and faced further trials owing to the large depre­ ciation of foreign money. These conditions have reflected themselves very strongly in the stocks of merchandise now being held by our large and more progressive stores. At the inception of our distur- bed conditions, merchants were told that it would not be possible to get more than about 25 per cent of their re­ quirements, consequently they placed orders with more importers and manufacturers than usual. As the money market became tight- and credit hard the smaller merchant who did not have a high financial rating was refused shipments...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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