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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 May 1921

- I . . / - : a THE TRAINING SCHOOL —r The Vogue of the Brogue M en’s “Brjpgue” Oxfords G enuine Russian Calf O xfords w ith ball strap and 1 rubber heels $10.00 .. SAGERHBRUJNW IEK-JUUSY SHOE COMPANY Grefen Bay, Wis. HORSES FOR SALE ALL KINDS OF HORSES FOR SALE / AT THE Bhirdo Hotel Barn PHILIP ZETTEL T he Seniors have retu rn ed to school a fte r an absence of two w eeks in th e country w here they w ere prac­ ticing teaching. In the \"following list, the nam e o f th e teacher is given first, th e school, and then th e stu d en t who practiced th ere: K EW A U N EE COUNTY _ L ena B uhr— Lincoln—-Venice F el­ lows. C lara B uhr— Lincoln 2— S ara dregg. ^ ' A ■ '?■ E nim a .N aser— W est\" Kewaunee^— J u lia Seiler. J u lia Sidlo— W est / K eX dunee— R u th W itcpalek. . F lo ra Rock— Luxem burg— A della W essel. ■ : \\ ' . ' L eona W ierich—-Algoma RiT 3— M argaret W bdsedalek. ‘ Josephine Shillin— R io C reek— V erna D ulik. •• ju iia Sullivan— L uxem burg R t 6— A della ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 May 1921

Stage Twelve DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BA1, WIS.. MAY 0, 1021. (GRANULES) £21 IN D IG E S T IO N DUtolvo instantly on tongue, or in hot or cold water, or vidqr. Try at soda fountain. Q U IC K RELIEF! ALSO .IN TABLET FORM MADE BY SCOTT A BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT’S EMULSION to Tomorrow A lright _Your Drattist D D L B. EHDB’B DRUG STORB Electrical Storms ictr ave c Have Caused the destruction of many thousands of dollars worth of Door County property. Electrical Storms v1mi uction Such as we have had last week o: muck more property. Do\\yoi Bette will cause the destruction of oil carry ample insurance? Better look over your policies and then come in and see us. «J. G. Ollinger The Insurance Man Loans Investments Bonds Oxo-Gas Heater Oxo-Gas is 96% Oxygen and 4% Kerosene Vapor. The cheapest and most efficient gas known to science.^ No Smoke, Ashes or Dust—just Heat. The Oxo-Gas Heater is placed in the fire box of any cook stove without making any alterations except removal of fire b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 May 1921

~ i : ' PO O R OOUN’J n ADVOCATE, STO BflEO N BAY, W IB^ M AY 0 , 1921. , It’s So E a sy to M ak e th e C hange There s no bother and no' sacrifice o in turning awa7 from the ills which some­ times come from, tea andcof- / fee, w hen you decide on Then you have a rich,full-bodied table beverage which fully satisfies the taste ——and there’s no ingred­ ient to harm nerves or digestion. Thousands have changed to Postum as the better m eal-tim e drink - and they don’t turn back. Suppose you try the change for ten days and note the result. There's a Reason for Postum Made by Postum Cereal Co.. Inc., Battle Creek,Mich. ! ! \" Succeessful Dairymen have learned that it does not pay to discontinue the winter ration of 11 dairy cattle too early in the sea­ son and that it pays to feed a lit-, \\ \\ tie all summer especially when , they feed , r*T«3 u N r t f e e p ^ aranteed analyse : zl% t'D E R - _ — l*% ^ ^ H . ^ RB° HVDRATES - Armour’s Dairy Feed j j We do not base our claims on our ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 May 1921

Vftge.Ponrtecn p o o r c o u n t y ^ B a r.~ w ia m a y o, m i . ' SILLY TM RG UE! Of Course “Married Men Are the Nicest.” Marjorie Puts It Plainly, Though Peru haps There Are Some of Us May 5- Not Understand. , “Married men are nicest I” But are they, really? Well, I don’t know, but. I’d like to think so. Anyhow, I’ve heard the phrase trip more than once from pret­ ty lips/and there Is no doubt that the , -speakers were In earnest. Sometimes it has been varied thus: .'\"All • the nicest meij are married.\" ■Now, arinan when he stumbles away from the altar may feel small and humble enough but the fact that he has squeaked out an “I do !” and has clumsily' placed a plain gold ring onto a woman’s finger does not mean 'that he has shed his masculine vanity and his childish delight in compliments. Looking at the thing frankly, writes W. Harold Thomson In the continental edition of the London Mail, I fail to see how there can be any rule about it. After all, every married man was opce...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 May 1921

d o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a t , w ia . m a y «, 1021. M M L 2 helps to make Profitable Horses and Cattle „ Cow* torm ented b y flies give less milk —experts gay 25% less —than w h en con tented and com fortable. Creonoid Fly Spray and Lice D e­ stroyer drives flies aw ay. It is safe* lasting and does not gam th e hair. . Equally effective as fly-spray for fa r ses and to destroy bog-lice and chicken m ites. If your dealer can't supply you, w rite to us. ’Company Nsw York Grfcsco Bostoa' Cleveland WATCH THE BIG 4 Stom ach-Kxdneys-H eart-Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world’s stand­ ard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles— GOLDMEDAL HMU-MIHJJ T h* National Remedy of Holland for centuries and endorsed by Queen W ilhel- snina. A t all druggists, three sizes. Look for th . nemo Gold Made] on oroff boa. and accept no ‘ * Now is the time to put your order in for DECORATION DAY M O N U M E N T S SEE M. J. Pivo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 May 1921

HISTORY OF HIGH FALLS THAT SUPPLIES STURGEON BAY POWER (Continued from Page 9) and lightning arresters were ordered of the Westingkouse Company at PiUsbargh. Pole-erecting machines, wagons, automobiles, trucks, and tools were obtained from a' large number of places. During April, a surveying, party laid out the route, and marked the location of each pole. The first poles '* arrived May first, and hauling of poles and digging of holes started shortly thereafter. Crews were or­ ganized at several locations, and at one time over a hundred men were employed in tlie. work. The aim thruout the summer and fall was Jto complete the remote parts of the line first so that deep snows in winter would not block the work. The work in the country districts was practi­ cally finished when the first snowfall came so that the completion of the line was assured during the winter. Fortunately weather conditions dur­ ing the winter were unusually favor­ able, and this expedited the work somewhat. Th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

-25 is Cherry Blossom Time in'Door County — “WISCONSIN’S VOLUME 60 L A R G E S T CIHCIHLATIOX EW N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIBAV, MAY 13, 1921. at-oricai Rood* MADU9H Wtt T H E A D V O C A T E BR IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R B S P M W Gathering At Eagle Inn Tuesday Evening $700 PUT IN ADVERTISING .Will.' Open Peninsula. State Park Golf. Links Either as Inde­ pendent Idnks or Under Au­ spices o f Door County CountryClub Northern Bummer resort proprie­ tors and offfciaijjj Of Sturgeon IJay Chamber ofConfjnerce, together 'with a number, of guests, met at Eagle Inn Hotel in Ephraim Tuesday even­ ing, and after a 6:30 o’clock dinner discussed subjects furthering inter­ ests of the summer resort business in Door county Leathern D. Smith explained the golf links and'club house proposition, emphasizing the necessity of having golf links in the county if we are to hold ■ the better class of summer tour­ ist business. The Door.County Coun­...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

Page Two iiL d o o r o o u k ts: a d v o c a te , s tu rg e o n b a y , m , m a y is , lo a t Sawyer News. MARRIED MEN GET A BEATING After Waiting Three Y ears For Ite- Tonge the Single Fellow's Slip It Over In 8 To G Game ner, 3b T. Hennessey, If P, Za- strow, cf A. Taiibe, rf. Married Men— C. Nelson, p N. Olson, c' H. Jindra, lb A. Bureaon, 2b H. Hitt, 88 H. Heilman, 3b H. Hall, l.f L. Hugenroth, cf W. Moore right-fleid. STRICKEN WHILE ON PLEASURE TRIP . About three years ago the Married . Men and Single Men played a ball game on the local lot, the former •winding the game and talking about it' ever since. For three years the Single Men waited for revenge and got-it Sunday, got it in an 8 to 6 game in which there were more com­ edies than errors. Nelson stuck it out for four in­ nings for the M. M.. while. Bureson lasted two more. Hitt finished the ga.me in great style, holding the young fellows without a run. Jin- dra’s high dive at first was really the feature of the gfime, bu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

/. ■: - f t ’- d o o r oonsn a d v o c a t e , gnnwmoH b a t , m s * m a y i s , u m LUC STRIKE To s e a l in th e delicious Burley tobacco flavor. K m io iUS . (Tablets or Granules) E sl in d ig e s t io n With or without water 1 pleasant to take. QUICK RELIEF! P rice, 25-50-75?' MADE B Y SCOTT * BOW NE - MAKERS OF S C O T T ’ S E M U L S I O N 11 Now is the time to put your order in for « DECORATION DAY M O N U M E N T S SEE fit J. Pivonka Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Telephone 176-W PATRONIZE The Home Bakery Where you always find the best— BREAD ROLLSxPIES CAKES COOKIES DOUGHNUTS COFFEE CAKE CINNAMON ROLLS DROP CAKES ETC. JFRESH BREAKFAST ROLLS DELIVERED EVERY MORNING People’s tastes differ widely, bat when it comes to good wholesome home baking, Schmid the baker, can satisfy all classes* JOHN SOHhUD, Prop. What Good is a tire Surgeon? Wfhen a $40.00 tire has a fab­ ric break after going 3,000 miles And It is not | due to any de- !■ - guarantee doesn’t .feet—- And the belpv any— .. -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

»S tair DOOB COITKYY^H)VQQATB, STURGEON B A l, /W1Bm- M A Y 18.1W 1 HORSES FOR SALE ALL KINDS OF HORSES FOR SALE AT THE Bhirdo Hotel Barn PHILIP ZETTEL Door CoHH^f Advocate __the_ . ',v iu*’ iio* iur« ooy* B ntereflat th© Poatofflc© at Bturg©on mour is a bard ’working railroad of- Rftv. Win., ns iMAnd-dun mntttp. /*«*•Â»( ifio huiva. . iliii.. believe th at he la using every effort to secure service for us, Mr. Sey- Bay, Wis., as second-class matter. Published By Door Comity Publishing Company Incorporated. Every Friday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Tear. In ordering address changed, the old as .well as the new address should he given Electrical Storms Have caused the destruction of many thousands of dollars worth of Door County property. Electrical Storms Such as we have had last weds will cause the destruction of much more property. Do you 1 cany ample insurance? Better^ ! look o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

BOOB O O V m ADVOCATE, :: Highest Quality Fence Wire There has been such improvement in fence wire, fitting it to such a'vast variety of needs, we find we must keep a large and assorted stock at all times: f ' .'We’ve got a good line of fence wire, plain, also different size mesh, also barb wire. You need not go elsewhere than our yards to get what you want. We can supply your needs with wire of the HIGHEST QUALITY and at a price that cannot be beaten. v - ' \" V ' - Are You Leaving Sturgeon Bay or Door County? SEE US FOR LOCAL OR LONG­ DISTANCE HAULING. Expert Packers and Shippers of Household 'Goods and Office Furniture. Also Fireproof Sthrage Warehouse! Walter Hoerres Transfer Line Telephone 82. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. THE CHURCHES liUtheran —: Jacksonport — There will be German services Pentecost next Sunday, at 10 a.m. The L ord’s Supper will be administered. An en­ velope collection for synodical pur­ poses w ill'b e raised. Baileys H ar­ bor—There will be German services, Pent...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

PiBge Six POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W18„ MAY 13, 1 9 2 i i l o c a l s Food Sale—The Missionary Socie­ ty ‘of the Methodist church will hold » food sale'at the Halstead-Maples -H ardw are store on Saturday, Slay 14 Remember— The Rebekah lodge Will hold a food sale at the HalsteSd- . Maples Hardware store on Saturday May 21, beginning at 2 o’clock. Baby. Boy—A baby boy was born Monday night to Mr. apd Mrs. Ben Jellnek. Mrs. Jelinek is a t the home o f her mother, Mrs. Frank Reynolds. Autos Selling Good— Felhdfer Bros of Valmy report the sale of cars to th e following persons last week: An­ ton Searth, Ida Suchy, Geo. Grovo- gel, Frank Herbst and Rev. J. Jame­ son. Were 91 W atches— In the guessing contest put on by George Draeb, the jeweler, who offered a watch to the one guessing the correct .number of watches in a box in his window, Clay- tp Belanger guessed the correct num­ ber, 91. S tart On Country Club— Fourteen men started working OP the new Country Club grounds...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W M , MAY 1 3 ,1 9 2 1 » H W W ► '**4 PERSONAL MENTION n ew sy n o tes CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW W **«I *W * * W W * W W * W » » W C arl B oedecker of A lgom a w as a .visitor in th e city W ednesday. ‘ M rs.'Jos. McNeeley of B aileys H ar bo r w as a visitor in th e city M onday. L aw rence L eonhardt w as a busi­ ness v isito r in M ilw aukee d uring th e w eek. ■ . Jo h n Colignon of Green B ay was a visitor in th e \"city th e la tte r p a rt of la st week. Leo L uedke of M ilw aukee visited h is cousin M rs. ,Ed B u rr betw een .trains yesterday. - M rs. W m. A nger spent th e 1 w eek w ith h er d aughter, M r s .. H enry G raass and fam ily. Miss A hra C loghorn of Stanley. W is., is a g uest , of M r. and Mrs. O scar H . H anson. O. M Olson, pro p rieto r of .H illside R eso rt a t E p h raim , w as in th e city ■on business Tuesady. . ' B en Johnson of W ashington Is­ lan d w as a business visitor in S tu r­ geon B ay first o...

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 — 13 May 1921

1 6 7 9 9 DIED in New York City alone from kid­ ney trouble last year. Don’t allow yourself to become a victim, by neglecting pains and aches. Guard this trouble by taking GOLD MEDAL ■The world’s standard remedy fpr kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles. l i _ i 1 — _ J —i r - I n ( J . Mi i jic m an a s n a tio n a l. rem e d y since joyo- The plates in your battery may be merely separated or they may be insulated. I f insulated w ith W illard Threaded Rubber Insulation, your old-time wood-separator battery worries are over. I t’s a satisfaction to know that Threaded Rubber Insulation does not puncture, check, warp, crack or carbonize— No bills for wood-separator replacement with the Willard T h read ed R u b b e r B a tte ry . Threaded R ubber Insulation outlasts the battery plates. Harry Hocks Battery Service Station Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Willard Batteries £ Washington Island Mrs. Earl MalloCk is seriously sick at this writing. Wm. Mallock is visiting w ith her son Earl ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

POOR OOTS1T ADVOCATE, BTPBOBON BAT. WX&.MAY 18,1921 Crops for Late Planting Iir the rapid clearing of land it often happens that a good seed bed cannot be made ready for spring sowing. This makes a short-season crop a necessity*. We are prepared to furnish prime seed for catch and other crops which Northern farmers find most profitable for quick growing. Buckwheat. A hanlr. tooth Ubd crop. Jap- and JSiiterbu]! axe leading varieties. . Uf!!ets. For large yields of forage—good on low and worn soll$c Comtnon and Japanese Hamyanl recomminded. Mangels. A standard root crop for stock feed­ ing. yields 20 to 30 tons per acre. Veteh. Does well €n sandy soils. Valuable to sow with rye. Winter and Spring varieties. Rape. Makes wonderful hog and sheep pasture. &£&dy in six to ten weeks after sowing, . AJHfr Rutabaga# for stock feeding and Flax grown either for the fiber or seed. Farmers Should Grow Field Peas Valuable for table use and an excellent concentrated stock : feed. A gr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

i v f POOB OOPWCT ADVOCATE, 8TUKOBON BAY, WIS*, MAY 13, m i ^PMGE* Made and G uaranteed by R oyal Baking Powder Co. phatf Baking C o n ta in s no Alum Use it -a n d S a v e ! -Its free f ldb3IrM3ependehceBlvd.Ghieago,Ill., The Spectae ular Wheel most spectacular wheels in * the World are those carrying millions of automobiles, trucks, and tractors over the roads of the United States. Petroleum—-refined petroleum-—furnishes the power which drives them, and the lubri­ cants which keep them-running. Throughout ten important Middle Western States, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) serves the drivers of these machines. Not only does it provide them with Red Crown, the high-grade gasoline, and with Polarine, the perfect motor oil, but it furnishes the road oil and asphalt which surfaces hundreds of miles of the best roads in the country as well. Roads made with Stanolind Paving Asphalt make riding easy and smooth, , and by eliminating the ruts and dust it also keeps down the upkeep cost...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

DOOR OOCOTT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W I A . M A Y 13, 1 9 2 t PagoEtarea TAX NOTICE. S tu rg e o n B a y , W ls:, A p ril 23, 1921. N o tice is h e re b y g iv e n t h a t in a c c o rd ­ a n c e w ith th e s ta t u te s in s u c h c a se s m a d e a n d p ro v id e d , th e h e r e in a f te r fo l­ lo w in g d e s c rib e d t r a c ts a n d p a rc e ls o f la n d a r e a s ta te m e n t o f th e la n d s u p o n w h ic h ta x e s h a v e b e e n r e tu r n e d d e ­ lin q u e n t fo r th e ta x o f 1920, a n d w h ic h s till re m a in u n p a id . A nd so m u c h o f Itho f o llo w in g d e s c rib e d t r a c ts a n d p a r ­ c e ls o r la n d d e s c rib e d in s a id s ta te m e n t a s m a y b e n e c e s s a ry th e re fo re , w ill on t h e se co n d T u e s d a y o f - J u n e n e x t a n d t h e s u c c e e d in g d a y s b e s o ld a t p u b lic a u c tio n b y th e C o u n ty T r e a s u r e r o f s a id , C o u n ty , a t h is office in th e C o u rt H o u se , in ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 May 1921

P ag e Twelve poor ootrcrirg a p v o o a j s . s t u r g e o n b a y . w is ., m a y 13,1021 Baileys, Harbor • Mr. and Mrs: Fred Stuge visited a t Sister Bay Sunday. :.: Cecil Pan ter m ade a business trip to the C ounty S eat Monday. -Dr. H arry Schuyler made a pro­ fessional trip here W ednesday. E xam ination to r eighth grade was held' here last F riday m orning. , F . C. B lakcfield made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay Monday. . B ernard B oettcher made* a .business trip to Stiirgeon Bay Saturday. A farm ers m eeting was held, a t P a n te r’s hall Saturday evening. - i . H erm an W oldt of Egg. H arb o r vis­ ite d w ith relative? here T hursday. Dr. Q. R. Egeland of S turgeon Bay m ade a professional trip h e re T h u rs­ day. ^ Mr.. and Mrs. W aiter W oerfel of Sturgeon Bay spent Sunday a t th e ir cottage here. Mr. and M rs. A lex L undberg of Fish Creek Sundayed a t th e Blake- fleld home. Mr. and M rs. A ndrew B rann, Jr., of E llison B ay Bpent Sunday w ith relatives ...

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 May 1921

VOLUME 60 Golf in Door County — “WISCONSIN’S WONDERLAND.” ' H i s t o r i c a l 2 )0 * * , L A H G B S T C m C B L A T IO N IN N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN STURGEOIM BAY, WIS., F filD A y, MAY 20, 1921, Chamber Commerce En­ tertains R. R. Officials SO YEARS IN R. R. SERVICE Attest of Honor Unable To Be Present But Other High Offic­ ials' of Railroad .Lines At- . tend—OtHer Business * Transacted The Chamber of Commerce meet­ ing'at the Hotel Union Tuesday, even­ ing in honor of Frank B. Seymour, general manager of the Green Bay & Western railroad, who hap servld fifty years with that company, was well attended and a most pleasant af­ fair, the only thing, marlng the even­ ing’s entertainment being thg absence of Mr. Seymour, the guest of honor. Business matters prevented .Mr. Seymour from being present, he dele­ gating C. H. Smith', superintendent of the road, to read the following letter from him: * Green Bay, Wis., May 16, 1921. Ladies and Gentlemen:— I regret ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 May 1921

Jfrige Two POOR OOPSTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WlfiL, MAY 20,1021 * fc G E N U I N E BULL DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes for 10c Look for th e Trade-M ark If you want to put an end to separator troubles—■, If you want to know the battery will come through with­ out punctured, warped, ^racked or carbonized insulation— V If you’re looking for that com­ fortable sense of security from separator-replacement bills— You’ll see that the next bat­ tery you buy has the Willard \"Thread - Rubber Trade-Mark, that means \"Willard Threaded Rubber Insulation between the plates. . Come in. We’ll tell you just ■why the Willard Threaded Rub­ ber. Battery is such a money saver. HarryHocks Battery Service Station Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Batteries What Good is a Tire Surgeon? When a $40.00 tire has a fab­ ric break-after going ^,000 miles And it 4s not due ■ to any de- And the guarantee doesn’t help any— And you turn that tire over ,to And get 6,000 miles more— You’ll KNOW all right. Do...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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