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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

BOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STPBQEOIf BAT, WIS^ APKIL 29 1921 1 P ag e Seva* 7 C ' V ' . i n ' ,r ‘ Brown and black Suede with Military Heels $ 9 . 0 0 Definitely, smart a^nd effective is this, N e w Fashionable Strap Pump. No slipping at the heel. Cool and comfortable. B S . SABEtt-BRONNEIt’JULBY SHOC COMPANYll Green Bay, Wis. HORSES FOR SALE ALL KINDS OF HORSES FOR SALE AT TH E Bhirdo Hotel Barn PHILIP ZETTEL W illard Because— It represents the peak of automobile starting and lighting battery development, reached by years of specializa­ tion. Every Willard Battery is backed by Willard reputa­ tion, with us here on the job to see that you get the top-notch Service every Willard user has a right to expect. H a rry Iflo ck s Battety Service Station Stqrgeon Bay, Wis. Batteries Berry Plants for Sale. STRAWBERRY PLANTS • Senator Dunlap and Warfield 100 @$1 500@$3.50 1000@$7. Address your orders to ' William Bauerfeind R. D. No. J, STURGEON BAY, WIS. or call phone 640-F-6. Orders may also b...

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 — 29 April 1921

Do liQt ffiissth^ Sale. Everything cot to the bone, this Sale will start •- . • f ThSse Wraps are noteworthy garments, high grade in every de­ scription. Goat effects, wfappy models, Dolmans, Cape styles, a vast collection of every color and mater­ ial. Every one of these Coats and Wraps is easily worth twice as much as these sale prices.. G^oup No. 1 priced at Group\" No. 5Tpriced at Group No. 3 priced at . $ 9.95 .$19.95 .$29.95 Large assortment of wraps to choose from and every one a bar­ gain. THIS isthe biggest bargain event in the history of Door County. Noth­ ing reserved, everything placed on sale as we must make room for our fast arriving summer apparel. We are always trying to give our patrons the greatest possible value for their money, always trying to outdo our previous efforts, and the result of, these efforts is our ability to save you money, which we will again demon­ strate to you Friday and Saturday by offering you these incomparable values * Anassortment of s...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

sowraB$KEur^^ooirsm STURGEON BAY, W IS„ FRIDA V, APRIL 2&>. 1921. SSVSStnm Matheson Measure Will Be Sent : Back Within Few Days - for Concurrence. PASSED BY STATE SENATE After Feature, Allow Officials, to Arrest Persons Who Refused Vo Answer Questions, |8 Stricken Out. . . Madison.—It is predicted that with­ in ten days the Wisconsin dry enforce­ ment bill will be presented to the gov­ ernor for his signature. The measure is proceeding through the legislature to accordance with the wishes of the Anti-Saloon league. The senate, 22 to 11, adopted the ori­ ginal Matheson . bill after incorporat­ ing an amendment striking from that bill the feature which yould allow of­ ficials to cast into Jail persons, who re­ fused to answer any questions. A score of amendments were offered to the bill,- but ho amendment was ac­ cepted. The victory in the senate the past week means that the bill will be .back in .. the house in a few days for concurrence In amendment and wilt then ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

V m * i m YY:Y. rY'~-Y ■ m w :- POOB OMTOCT ADVOCATE. STURGEON BA1, WIS., APRIL 891881 DON’T DESPAIR I f you are troubled with pains or aches feel tired have headachy indigestion, insomnia painful pass­ age of urine, you will find relief in GOLD MEDAL M i n im a Tfc« world’s standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and oric acid troubles and National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Three sixes, a ll druggists. Guaranteed, l a d for d a HUM Gold Modal o a o rrrjr beat asd acc.p t bo im iutioa Better ThaitPills For Liver Ills. IDTonight ■ ■ » to tone and strengthen strengthen digestion and the organs of _____ ___ elimination, improve appetite, stop sick headaches, relievo bil­ iousness, correct constipstion. . Tomorrow Alright G e t« 2 6 c. Pox IH D im DRUG STOBJI PATRONIZE The Home Bakery Where you always find the best BREAD ROLLS PIES CAKES COOKIES DOUGHNUTS COFFEE CAKE CINNAMON ROLLS DROP CAKES ETC. VRBSH BREAKFAST ROLLS DELIVERED EVERY MORNING People’s tastes differ ■...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

TTV 'Vi. 1 . x POOB OOTOTir APV0CATE. 8XIJB01BQN B A r, W la, APRIL 29 CARMOTE W H I T E E N A M E L READY for use 'Save fee CARMOTE W HITE ENAMEL Is the finest whi tag Living Rooi Scofield Co. COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS k y u m y 4 - % T O l / 4 m i £ e - w u © u i l t e o / n t e / — When your money is in our bank it is safe from fire and • ■ burglars and your own extravagance and you can GET it Jl when you WANT it. v, * *• ./■/*. - Men of financial stability, business ability, judgment .and known integrity conduct our b&nk. ! ’ We invite YQUlt Banltirig Business. BANK OF STURGEON' BAY MEMBER''FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. BRANCH AT SAWYEB HENRY FBTZER, President JOSEPH WOI/TER, VioeJPrea. ■ J. H. STEWART, Vice»Pres. R . p . KOEHN, Cashier J. O. WEITERMANN, A sst. B. J. KBITH, H auser, SAWYER BRANCH ' D I R E C T O R S H«mry Fetser, Joaeph Wolter, B oftr E.tooch, W. B. WafMtr, r Wm. Jen, Dr. A. J. Kxcltxer, Ralph Jeaqala **** +***** * **+ *** 4 I H O OH t m | | t » i IfIII 99 Every...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

DOOR XLGOMA PURE BRED CHESTER WHITE SWINE ASSOCIA’N TO BE HELD AT Algoma, W isconsin AT THE STOCK YARDS Thursday, May STARTING AT 1:00 P. M. 40— H EA D—40 Consisting of 35 Sows and 5 Boars -White Sired by the following noted Boars: Hiland’s Kind, Big Lc&dcr f California Wild-wood Prince, Jr. This is the first sale of the kind ever held in Kewaunee County. These sows represent the famous Iowa herd of T. F. KENT, whose winnings at the'great International Stock Shows have always been large. Sows eight months old weigh up to 300 pounds. If you want the best in pure bred Chester White Sows attend this sale. The en­ tire offering will be recorded free of charge in the Chester W hite Record Association in the purchaser’s name. A. C. KIRCHMAN, Sec’y E. A. HEBERLE1N, Auctioneer ♦ W W W * M U M 1 1 Death of Mrs. Halverson Old Resident of Clay Banks Dies of Cancer of Stomach—Mother of Twelve Children • Mrs. Ole Halvorson died at her home in the town of Clay Banks on Friday, April 22* 19...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

boor oovran gm&oGAxs&BXVBiBMW:--9&g ■■.mavrAmmsmmm®. m.-.ic ftj» '5 . i* * ’* no/berg x News M W W H W M ■^iriTUiW■■WsT?3H', «T .//K /A *..^.:.o The big drive is on — the most drastic Price Reduction ever heard of to sell the balance of $100,000 worth of a high grade stock as was ever brought into this or any other County. Prices literally flayed to the merest nothing. All we ask is that you go elsewhere and post yourselves on prices other merchants are asking before you attend this great saving event. That will make you open your eyes as nothing else can. And when you really know that we are saving you from 50 to 75 per cent on everything, which you w ill after making your tour of inspection, then our huge stock will m elt like a snowball in hades. Compare our jprices with the latest Mail Order Catalogs ! - I Kolberg Sale News ■ / — v ■ We pay die high- |KUM----- -Get Your Shore 1 Store Open - t - . ^ est market price- | Why Wait? Why pay two to three t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

' /.R\" / ' ' ■' ■ V - - V ’ ' r f - ' ^ r P « ( e Foorteem DOOB OOUKTI ADVOCATE, STURGEON BA*, W18* APRIL 29 1921 Tie «M wV w j j t Says W intknp W 'rijfnhMit . -itt, Wit k Kwtmim. ’ umze ml § c o M H $ u m SotonMrmsh Cbmpotg rftAMOtCO 0 * W » IMPROVE YOUR CAR—INCREASE ITS VALUE A little time and • very* little effort on your part with only alight expem e will give your old car the appearaoce of a brand . new machine. M OTO R CAR ENAMELS Theae are positively the most durable automobile coatings oa the market. Eight handsome colors in addition to Black and W hite. ' Paint and varnish the car in one operation and dry quickly with a tough, brilliant lustre that will not crack, peel, chip or soften under any possible weather conditions known. MOTORISTS-GET THIS FREE BOOKLET If you will call at our store w e w ill give you a copy of our booklet *’How to Paint Your Automobile.” A valuable little volum e giving complete instructions. Get it today. H alsteaM aples BdweJCo. Tested G...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

POOR COPHOT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WHL. APRIL 8 0 1 0 3 1 Your b oy n eed s an abundance o f nourish­ ing food to build up the body and sustain it in fullest vigor. scorn EMULSION should be given to your boy eveiy day during the trying school-term. Your boy w ill thank A y yo u fo r S c o t t ’s Emulsion when he Juf becomes a man., •QyL Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. A LSO M AKERS O F * KMfOIOS (Tablets or Grannies) ' INDIGESTION 20-*4sk T Now is the time to , put your order in for DECORATION DAY M O N U M E N T S SEE M. J. Pivonka Sturgeon Bay, Wis. • Telephone 176-W / CONSULTATION FREE TO THE SICK DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men, Women and children, and offers to all th at will call on th at day, data find during the hours given below, con­ sultation and advioe FREE OF CHARGE, )r. C. A. Hoag of Chicago. I1L, will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, M a y 5 , o ffice h o u r s 10 a. m . to 7 p. in . SOTH YEAR O...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 April 1921

'V tat* Sixteen GIRLS’ LIFE OF HORROR E N D E D W H E N BRO TH ER FIN D S THEM THROUGH NEAR HAST R ELIEF A N D TAKES-THEM TO HIS H APPY HOM E IN M ILW AU K EE J P W W P C T a*i*n NAZARETH BOGOSIAN AND HIS SISTERS, SANDOUKT AND SORPOUHV W hile everyone appreciates the ho r­ ro rs of Armenia, in their fullest sense, th ere is much more in terest taken in a story from some person living near one's own home than there can 'pos­ sibly be in the story of someone who h as returned from the scenes of hor- rors, who lives in a far oK state. The latest W isconsin m an to know a t first hand of the atrocities commit­ ted by T urks upon A rm enians is Naza­ reth,. Bogosian, of Milwaukee, who •p en t m ore than (5,000 in his efforts to save his two half-sisters, whom he had never seen, from the hands of the . unspeakable Turk. Mr. Bogosian had for years been seeking his sisters. W hen Janies W. Thompson, state director for th e N ear B ast Relief, opened state headauartera in Milwaukee, Mr. ...

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 — 6 May 1921

^ Time in Door County --- \"WISCONSIN'S WONDERLAND:\" VOLUME 60 ftiatorical HWUHSW m NUMBERa«nfr«»~r ■■■■ ■: 7 ■ ' ' - 1 1 L A R G E S T c m C P I A T I O j r IN N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N S IN STURGEON BAY, W IS^FKIDA Y, G, 1921. ------- -------------------------- - ----- J£.--- L.YIAY--------- --------- Milwaukee Boy Ends It All Oil Farm Here c h lo r o fo r m : a n d a r o p e His Third Attempt and This Time x Well Planned—May Have : Been $, Suicide Pact—Des­ pondent Since Girl Friend Died A fter tw o previous attem pts, Jam es H essenm iller, a M ilwaukee .youth, finally succeeded la st Saturday in tak in g his' life. H is body w as /fo u n d ? h anging from a tre e on th e : E ngel farm . a t E vergreen, ab o u t th re e m iles i from th is city. H e was evidently determ ined td succeed this tim e. The, deed w as : com m itted in a grove, e ast of th e house. The rope was tied to th e lim b of a pine tree and a stum p ro ll­ ed to th e foot of th e tre...

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 — 6 May 1921

Two PO O R COUNTY ADVOCATE, 8THBQEON BAY, W1B., MAY 0, 1021. ■' ■ • : Sawyer News. Ju le Mallien spent last Sunday in B russels visiting his parents: W m. O’Hern. who has been home on a visit, returned to R apid River, Mich., ■Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Tilly of R acine a te liere visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. J. -Pies and son M arvin. / : T he building for the oil station is rapidly nearing com pletion and w ill be all under cover this w eek ., M rs. R uth Spalsbury, w ho has m ade h e r home a t Pownukeo since la st fall, has retu rn ed here for the A nother issue of the Saw yer School News was issued this w eek and it is proving very interesting fo r the young folks. Thos. H ennessey redecorated the in terio r of the Saw yer barber shop the fore p a rt of th e w eek and 'th e place looks very neat. C onrad Jensen of th e tow n of F or- estville, has purchased a Sunbeam F arm -L ite outfit from th e Door C o u n ty : E lectric Co., and it will be set up in a few days. . . A nu...

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 — 6 May 1921

- . ' i : f POOR COUNTY AD VOCATB, STURGEON BAY. WIB., MAY 6,1021. GENUINE ‘ BULL\" D U R H A M tobacco makes 50 good cigarettes for 10c Notice to Farmers ! I will stand my Pur© Bred Per- cheron Stallion for service at the following places: Monday, at noon—Weckler’s at night—Desjardine’s. Tuesday, noon-rClover Leaf, at Frank Paul’s at night at Babler’s Maplewood. . ’ ’ i Wednesday-?-Hotel Central, For- estville.. Thursday, at noon—Hairy Ol­ son’s, Clay Banks at night—:Hen- quinette’s, Nasewaupee. Friday noon—Jindra’s. Saturday — George Paul’s, or Institute by request. Thanking you in advance for further patronage. Dennis Garmody, Jr. Owner Stock Shipping NOTICE • The Door County Produce Com­ pany will ship Live Stock, Tues­ day May 10. Bring in your live stock on the above date. Notify $T. A. Gauerke, of what you have, to sh ip.' Residence Phone 126-!R •office phone 199. Will also receive hogs for ship­ ment. \" DOOR COUNTY PRODUCE CO. W. A.GAUERKE, Mgr. DR. N. N. STRAND Eyesig...

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 — 6 May 1921

\"Page Four DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W18., M AY 6 , 1621. LOCALS PROSPECTS FOR OIL W.C.T.U.— The loqpil uhion will m eet with Mrs. Henry Birmingham next Tuesday afternoon Foresters Social — The Foresters 'will hold a social Tuesday evening of next week in the hall over Moellers . garage. Everybody invited. Food Sale—The Rebekah lodge will hold a food sale at -Halstead- Maples Hardware store on Saturday afternoon, May 21st, beginning at $ o'clock. • Av. Building Bow Boats— Elmer Ander- son, who now owns what was former­ ly the Peterson Boat Works, is build ing row boats and sl$ffs for sale and has several completed. Died In Racine— JuliuB Schack re­ ceived word this week of the death of his .2-year-old granddaughter, , Genevieve Cody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cody of North Racine. Back To W ork—Leonard Hunsader ill for a year or longer, has so far re­ covered his health as to be able to get back on the job again. He has a chair in the Durkee-Seiler barber shop, whi...

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 — 6 May 1921

DOOR COUNT! ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, w ifc, MAY 6 1021. HUM PERSONAL MENTION i NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU ENOW \\ Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Shilbauer of Al- gom a were m otorists in the city last Friday. ’ : ^ 16. M. Hogenson postm aster of Ephraim, was in the city oh business yesterday. Miss Anna Strong 'milliner at Mrs. Thorpe’s, leaves Saturday for her hom e at Chilton. Arthur Peterson and Albert F: Smith of Sister Bay were in the city on business Tuesday. N i Mrs. K atherine Defaut, former resident, now of Algoma, spent a couple of days visiting friends. . Peter Kriudson of Kenosha w as in. th e city several days .during.the week , on business and calling on . old friends Miss Anna Tiedke of Jacksonport w as in the city Monday, being on her w ay to Green Bay to spend a. few .weeks.' '--l ■' : * ■' The M isses R uth and Alm a prude, of Fish Creek, were the gpests of friends in the city a few days this , week. 1 Mich. Sullivan returned homo on Monday morning from thq Egeland hos...

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 May 1921

Page Six POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 0, 1021. Maplewood Jacob Babler has had a self-play- Ihg piano installed. Joe Vogel returned home from Milwaukee last week. Mrs. Kotisha and son were busi­ ness callers at Algoma, Friday. Many from here attended the dance a t Frank Paul’s last Sunday evening. ’ ' Ferdinand and Antone . Babler Were business callers at Algbma on Saturday. Mrs. Theo. Keoler left for Cedar- burg last Friday to visit with her husband. Miss Ella McCoskey went to .Green B ay'Saturday to attend the funeral Of her cousin* • Miss Viola Keogh spent Saturday and Sunday visiting at Green Bay with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Feest Will reside in the house on the \"Rudolph Dettman farm. ’ , . Miss Ella DeGael of Rosiere is at present employed at the Fabian Reince home Jos. Ullsperger, Anna and Evelyn, Were business, callers at Algoma on Saturday evening. F rank W alters of Two Rivers spent Sunday visiting in this vicinity with friends and relatives. Miss...

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 May 1921

\" m COUNTS' ADVOCATE, BTDBGEONBAY, M B . MAY G, 1921. Clipper Bicycle $47.50 HAVE YOUR , MOTORCYCLE OVERHAULED N 0 W . COME IN AND SEE OUR 1 9 2 1 HARLEY - DAVIDSON AND INDIAN M 0 T o r 6 y c l e s Sam's Place S. FOURNIER 1 door east Merchants Ex. Bank STURGEON BAY 110 Spruce Street . Open evenings from 7 until 9:30. PageSevea “JUSTICE” • « Sturgeon Bay and Door County should have the best looking cars in Wisconsin or anywhere else. The tourist comes to town with fine looking cars be­ cause they do their cars justice. The people of Door county can have fine look­ ing cars also. They can s have any color they desire and that fine glossy finish. - Bring your car to us we’lL make it look like new, at a reasonable price, because we do “justice” and satisfy all. The Justice Auto & : Sign Painting Co. Cottage Street Sturgeon Bay F o r e s i g h t It pays to look ahead when you buy a battery. It only takes a minute or two to be sure you are getting a Willard Threaded Rubber Bat­ t...

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 — 6 May 1921

Page E ight POOR C O B S ir APVOCATE, gTOBGEOS BAV. O T8.. M .1T 0 , 1Q21. I GRIM REAPER BUSY THIS WEEK Geoi'go .Walker, Sawyer Sirs X avier Mi .rcoile, Nnsewnupce Mrs. H eu- . • ■ i y Sorenson, Cl ivy Banks, ' ( - ' Succumb . ■■■ '' M rs. Josephine M arcelle, wife of X avier M arcelle, died a t h er home in th e town of Nasewaupee last Sat­ urday, aged 68 yttyrs. Deceased was born in Belgium, in 1853. In 1875 . shfe w as m arried to .Xavier -M arcelle in R ed River, w here the fam ily lived form any years later m oving to .Nas- jjjpvaupee, w here they purchased' a farm . Besides her h u sb an d . she is survived by nine cjvildron as follows: M rs. O. C. Tuch and M rs. H enry Fas- Sbender of M arquette, M ich. M rs. J. M alcore, of Red R iver M rs. Jos. Swille of Sawyer M rs. E d K rater- fleld Sturgeon B ay M rs. C. O’Dean o t Froestville and F red, W illiam and Joseph a t hom e. The fu n eral was »beld Tuesday m orning a t Corpus ■Ghristi church, Rev. H., N. P feifer o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 May 1921

' Section Two Pages 9 to 16 IiAKGEST CIHCtnLATlON IK K OBTH BASTEIUI W ISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDA V. MAY G, 1921. TH E ADVOCATE BRIHGS i t s A D v n n n s E it s g o o d b e s v u i HISTORY GH FALLS THAT SUPPLIES STURGEON BAY POWER TRANSMITTED ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY- TWO MILES—COVERSEIGHT COUNTIES — INVESTMENT OF OVER SIX MILLION DOL- : LARS. From one hundred and twenty- two miles away comes the power which now provides Sturgeon Bay- with electric current. On Peshti­ go River is the High Falls , plant of the Wisconsin Public Service company which not only supplies Sturgeon Bay but covers the Fox . River valley, branching from Green Bay to'this city, and to Manito­ woc, Kaukauha and nearly-into Sheboy gan' county, covering eight counties arid an area of approxi- . mately 5,000 square miles.' The Wisconsin Public Service company owns and operates this vast systfem. The company'is a ' combination of the Northern Hy­ dro company, which originally' built the IJigh Falls plant,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 May 1921

COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAT. W IS., MAY 6, 1021. OrLunch (Superior Cogn Flakes) Only the hearts of selected white corn are used in mak­ ing these delicious flakes of substantial texture.They are ready to serve, crisp and golden brown,direct from the package with cream or milk and a sprinkle of sugar if desired. Ask For Them By Name Made by Postum Cereal Co.,Inc,Battle Creek,Mich. Butters Bread Stays Sweet Nucoa is clean—always clean. Nothing can be good that isn’t absolutely clean. o u t POUND NET ** -\"coco niMbranB) FOB TABLE USf m si FROM aNiHAl FATS OLEOMARGARINE THE Nucoa B u t t e r C o m p a n y FRANK c . SCHILLING CO. Green Bay, W is. “Here’s Real Tobacco” says the Good Judge .That gives a man* more genuine chewing satis- .faction than he ever got out of the ordinary kin& Smaller Chew, lasts longer —so it costs less to chew this class of tobacco. And the good, rich to­ bacco taste gives a world of satisfaction. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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