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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 June 1921

DOOB COUHT* ADVOCATE. 8TPKCFKON BAT,, e c o n o m y of the food elements required by the body is contained in .yon have not enjoyed the delight to taste, and the . better xioiirishment which thousaiids have found in this food, make the test n ow , A package serves many meals Always ready - no w aste 'There's a Reason £or Grape^Nuts Sold by all grocers .Ala.de hy Postum Cereal Company Inc. Battle Creek, Michigan — f OOD i T I H E S ^ Sold only by dealers give tire at the lowest cost in history •t*S? 1 NON-SKID RED-TOP CORD $15.00 $22.00 $27.50 ... ■' 'I\"- -i'V Reduction on all styles and sizes A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product w w » w w w « w w m HOME SW EET HOME Say “ Good-bye” to every dollar you pay for rent. Why not put that money into a cottage of your own and hang up a sign, “ Home, Sweet Home” ? Don't be frightened by newspaper headlines and the. col­ lege professors’ figures about the.scarcity of lumber and build­ ing materials. We are pretty good authorit...

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 — 24 June 1921

: POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAX, WIB.t JrX E 24,1 0 2 1 ^fo tt W ill Lifee And It M il Like You People who say, T like coffee, but it doesn't like me? will find Instant. Postum much more consid­ erate o f their health. This pure cereal drink combines wholesome opal* j ity with rich coffee-like Flavor. Instant Postum is made instantly in the cup. \" There’s a. Reason fo r Postum At all grocers Made by Postum. Cereal Company,Inc. Battle Creek,Michigan. ! In sta n t ® POSTUM A BEVERAGE PoitutT) Cvreel Company Petrolenm-An Industrial Pivot Fdozens ROM the back of a sheep, to the back of a man, wool passes through of processes and machines, some of which were made possible, and all of which were shortened, by some product of petroleum. So delicate is the adjustment of this ma­ chinery that from the cams moving at a rate of 350 revolutions per minute, to the flying spindles, whose revolutions per minute exceed 12,000, every part ' must be in unison. For, should one part be retarde...

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 — 24 June 1921

/ M i. D O tm COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAT. T O . JUNE -v. Pm& F M ' : -V? B e t t e r T h a n P i l l s — For L i v e r Ills KR To n i g h t - ' T om orrow A lright H. XHDVp ORCU STOBRi TO DEATH When the body begin9 to stiffen and movement becomes painful it is usually an indication that the kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by taking ORGANIZING PICK­ ERS’ GAMPS Campaign On In Various Places In State Recruiting Pickers For the Poor County Cherry Orchards T he world’s standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles. Fhmous since 1696, Take regularly and keep in good health. In three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed as represented. Uok for the noma Gold Medal on every boa sad accept bo imitation Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R A N D F U N E R A L DI RE CT OR ’ LADI ASSISTANT Phone 188-R— 155-W. Sawyer, Win. The following article taken from Saturday’s issue of the Manitowoc Times shows the activity in outside cities in recruiting pickers for the b...

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 — 24 June 1921

I t a t f e S t r DOOR OOUWffX ADVOCATBt BTUBGBON BAT, WIB* ma&mzML LOCALS Picnic Postponed-:—The Eastern Stars have postponed their annual picnic until shietime in August. / Improving Street— South Cedar St. leading, to the Country Club Hotel, is being improved to accommodate the extra heavy traffic that it w ill be subjected to when the hotel opens. The street is narrow and should be widened. Miracle Man— One of the greatest films of the day, the Miracle Man is 'to he shown at the Opera H ouse Mon day and Tuesday with an all star caBt, and Thomas Milgan- in the leading role. This is claimed to be one of the best pictures ever shown here. Some Heat— Themometers have registered between eighty and nine­ ty degrees in the shade every day during the past week, going as high as 94 in the shade. No rain for couple weeks past has caused/crops to suffer, and made the strawberry crop falltoff fifty per cent. Poor P ish in g—Commercial fishing has fallen off to the extent that m any of ...

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 — 24 June 1921

M * w « * mutsm iintirM ' BY LEGION HOtES tfONCERRDlG PEOPLE YOU V -v - •:'• .7 :M g F ra n k M oeller re tu rn e d S aturday from a trip .tb . M ilwaukee. L eo R ockw ell sp en t p a rt of th e 1 w eek ■visiting his g randm other, M rs. T essie Stakem an, a t F orestville. Mr.\" and M rs. D arrel- V an D reese a re rejo icin g over th e a rriv a l of a b aby boy a t th e ir hom e W ednesday. L. if). Sm ith re tu rn e d la s t evening from an exteuded trip along eastern shore p o rts in th e in te re st of th e L. D. Ssdith Stone Company. M r.land M rs. L ouis P efier re tu rn ­ ed first of th e w eek from an extend­ ed autom obile trip to E scanaba and o th er cities in upper M ichigan. M r. and M rs. W m . W agener and M iss A nna W agener atten d ed th e g rad u atio n exercises of th e S tate Un­ iv ersity a t M adison first of th e Veek. H enry F e tz e r was in attendance at th e state B ankers convention in Mil­ w aukee la st week. M r. F etzer was honored w ith th e 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 — 24 June 1921

' POOR COUNTY A t t v o c a m STTmfllDON BAY. WlB^ ? JUNEj24t 1021 11 f l Sturgeon Bay and Door County should have the best lwking cars In \"Wisconsin or anywhere else. The tourist comes to town w ith fine looking qars be­ cause they, do their cars justice,. The people of Door . county can have fine look­ ing cars also. They can have any color they desire and that fine glossy finish. String your car to us we’ll make It look like new, at a reasonable price, because we do “Justice” and satisfy nil. The Justice Auto & Sign Painting Co. Cottage Street Sturgeon Bay Marine News BOATS I have in stpek Row Boats suit­ able for Evinrude or othermptorB. pubtor Boats, Sail Boats or Canoes built to order. All work folly guaranteed. Repair work of all kinds done promptly. Anderson Boat Works Near Fish Hatchery Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Phone 296. Remember the Bushman Milling Co, Sawyer, Wis. IS HEADQUARTERS FOB LEADING G R A D E S OF Flour, Feed^ Stock and Poultry Feed and Tonic, Oats, Hay, Straw...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 June 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WI&. J U N E 2 4 , 1 0 2 1 KEEP OUR SHIPS ON THE SEVEN SEAS ' Importers, exporters, travelers — ship and sail under—-the Stars and Stripes NEW triumphs in steel, steam and .electricity have carried the Sftars and Stripes back again to the seven seas. O n more than fifty trade and passenger routes American owned and operated ships, flying the Flag, are ready to carry your goods, or to carry you, to every foreign land. •They are splendid ships, the pride of American genius, de­ signed and equipped to give the finest passenger comfort, service and safety, and to handle your goods in the most economical way. Operators o f Passenger Services A dm iral Line, 17 State S treit, New York, N. Y. M atso n N avigation Com pany, 26 So. Gay Street, Baltimore, Md. M unson S team Ship Line, 82 Beaver Street, New York, N. Y. , New York a n d P o rto Rico S. S. Co. 11 Broadway, New York, N . Y. Pacific M ail S. S. Co., 45 Broadway, New York, N. Y. U, S. M ail ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 June 1921

Page Ten FENWAY Cross-JtrapSi m m i 225SS # \\5Mother Says-r- Lhave never seen her play so happily •'She always used to complain after a little while. But ’ 'since she has been wearing those Hood sandals, she romps and plays from morning till night, and never seems to tir€Â« ■ I can hardly get her to wear anything else.” Rest the growing.young feet from their confinement.til ' . R«« U aa/I PM\\cc.Cfran .xannato. RrAtim --- ■ quite as well as they loot The extra wear comes from the patented Hood .Process^ cAsk any dealer or write us '. Hood Rubber Products Co.XttC Watertown, Massachusetts.) ^ U A A IV * n w w tr [LEISURE \\hsar Oxford. Here is a smart summer shoe,' ligh^ and graceful ks a canvas ‘shoe can be. A trim, well-fining shoe that holds its shape, easy to clean,wears wetland is unukually comfortable. For afternoon or evening wear. Saves the more expensive leather shoes, too. EDEN White Qxfofi) Here is a stylish, comfortable and durable shoe designed es­ pecially for th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 June 1921

p o o r o q w m r a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a t , w el. ju n k 34,1021 1 ~ ' P age B » w » : T ie summer tourists are beginning | ^ ra Hana Chri8tian Jorgenson to come now as the warm weather1 13 pagse(i away la s t Monday evening and here. a ^ I was buried W ednesday afternoon. The grasshoppers'are beginning to sh e was 7 9 years, 8 months old, a be a pest on the Island again this m other of a large fam ily and Was one year. | of the oldest residents' on the Is- Mr. Harting is kept very busy (land, and lived here a good many tuning pianos. He. w ill be here for years. She is 'gone but not for- a short tim e. I gotten. . Mr. and Mrs. H arting and. tw o. R ev C. W. Warren of the Co'ngre- children came last Tuesday to spend gational church of Sturgeon Bay, who a few days on the Island. is spending two w eeks at Bo L. And- Miss Hahn of Sturgeon Bay held a ersen’s, w ill preach next Sunday as Red Cross m eeting in Thomas Nel- follows: Evergreen Lodge, Sunday season. The M is...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 June 1921

P*««uTweIvo P0OR ooqtrrY AOvooATE, ^wmapds^s^'tm^ ropa«,«i Sturgeon Bay Boat Works Johnson & Gmach B u i l d e r s o f - FISH BOATS CRUISERS LAUNCHES ROW BOATS SKIFFS fV- CANOES f SAIL BOATS. •Repair Work Promptly Done. All Work Polly Guaranteed. Marine Railway for hauling out boats. Shop foot of Spruce St. » From Algoma To Madi­ son By Auto Bus SEVENTEEN MAKE TRIP Senior Class Door * Kewaunee Training School Enjoy Annual Outing, Visiting Many Places of Interest—Good Roads and Fine Weather White Canvas Oxfords —-typical shoe for this time of the year, —cool and comfortable. EL S A G E a-B B O N N E R ^W E Y SHOE COMPANY Green Bay, Wis. Reward will be paid for information which will lead to the conviction of the party or parties who burglarized the cottages of H. N. Nichols and S. M, Belcher on Kangaroo Lake the past winter. H. N. NICHOLS S. M. BELCHER. On Monday morning, June 13, at 5 o ’clock, the Training School party left Algoma for the annual trip to Madison and other ...

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 — 1 July 1921

2, 3 and 4 County's CHERRY FE^TOWL W I Be Held VOLUME iso i/% ^icar£S T I M B E R m 1 is / 'IAHoiEgT,rtBCCTATIO» - Of NORTHEASTERN WISCOIT8IH STURGEON BAY, W IS* FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921. _ „ t h e advocate B urners ITS A D V EBTISEB9 GOOD t t g SClyRW Prominent Door County People Called DEATH OF MBS F. C. PAYNE Wm. Tischler, Pioneer of Baileys Harbor, Chris. Brannsdorf, Early Settler of Clay Banks, Mis. Giffit Karstead of Sevastopol Anna. M Payne, wife of Dr. P. C. Payne, died at her home in this city Sunday morning from a complication clj diseases that had made'her an in­ valid for a year past, and kept her confined to her bed almost con­ tinuously since last October. During the week previous to her death she had been feeling stronger and better than for a long time past, and had been able -to take an automobile ride. The morning provious to her death she had been sitting up, but was tak­ en with a chill and sinking spell, and failed rapidly, until her death, twen­ ty-four hours...

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 — 1 July 1921

■ c V : l * • • f r f , ■:r-*- .’VV y :P*M59 *w o DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W ia . ,'UIjY 1, 1931 SPECIALS FOR Sawyer News. Special No. 1 large assortment of Bungalow Aprons, in flowered and checked ma­ terials. All sizes. Special price Friday and Satur­ day only— 9 8 c Special No. 2 We still have a few Jer­ sey and Tweed Suits. For : Friday and Saturday —• your choice at— $9.9fr Wash Waists An assortment of plain and figured Voiles. Fri­ day and Saturday— 99c to $2.75 Special No. 3 • Splendid showing of blue calico dresses. For Friday and Saturday — size 38 to 58— $1.98 Coyer All Aprons Checks and Stripes—-fine percale, front and side fasten­ ing. Friday and Saturday.— » .19 to $159 I Anderson Style Shop 1 “The New Things Pirst” § STURGEON BAY xxx x x x x saeiHHHHHteiteK-ais-aef BY RESS ARNOLD VmATSTHe USB OF BLOWN »N CrOOD MONEY f o r A N EXTRA T I R E k? I C A N 'T G E T ? '? M E O N [A FLAT T I R E — ANO , iT h e b o s s v iiL l c a n m e J ' m y v x ife w ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 July 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 bait. v t s . j u l y 1, ircst AFTER EVERY MEAL\" 1 0 f o r . 5 $ The new sugar coated chewing gum which everybody likes—you will* too. •s k ii WURKSHUUer Thats my kindofa shoe,fellows! ■**Get those on and I’m ready for anything. Ready for fishing, a hike, a race, or a game and ready for work, too. i don’t have to change them when I go to town. See those . tire-tread soles and pneumatic heels. I don’t pound leather when l ean walk on air. They’re the best shoe I evqr had.” The H ood Wurkshu deserves its popularity, nor is this popularity confined to the younger members o f the family., . A shoe tor comfort and ease in hard service a sturdy, {h, unusually long wearing shoe, combining lightness i strength, and economy with good looks. cAsk any dealer or write us. :tQi Hood Rubber Products Co..Inc. Watertown, Massachusetts. KLAYKORT ^ ■ ^T be Hood Klaykott is the V^ntapdatd shoe for tenni*. Don’t iM a o n • |^ ^ n ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 July 1921

§ M l W W W M 1 1 » H I ♦ ♦ ♦ « ♦ « ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » ♦ * » * H « m £ / YRftWVWt/f* c f o A u r o t ' i «*uL 4wc»i0i4^«^4tiAvKC^8rr2. Clang! Clang!! ’ There goes the Fire Department. Well, you consider yourself lucky, it isn’t your house^ don’t you? ^ • But it might he the next time—and would you lose all? Better come this very day and let us insure your property. It costs little and gives great protection. We invite YOUR Banking Business. .. BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BARK. . V BR AN CH A T SA W Y E R ' HENRI FETZER, President JOSEPH WOLTER, Vlce-Prea. J. H. STEWART, Vlce-Prec. R. ©. KOEHN, Cashier J. O. WEITERMANN, Asst. Cashier • B . J . K E IT H , H iM S t r . SA W Y ER BR A N C H D I R E C T O R S B n r r F t t i c i , J o sep h W o lter, R o s e r E a to n p h , W . E . V a f o u r , W m . Jeoa. D r. A . J , K r d ts e r , R a lp h J e a q n la w w w w « w Door County Advocate .Wintered at the Postofflce at Sturgeon ' Bay, Wlfl:, as ...

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 — 1 July 1921

o o im c io tn m a d v o c a te , c tb b o b o k b a y , wsb* : JULY I, 1021 Page H r# 1 .:hliwl “Woolworth built his 51 story sky­ scraper out of the profits on 5 and 10 But hehad saved $50 to begin with.” Don't select to save simply be cause you can’t save a whole lot at one time. This bank likes to help folks G&0 W financially. DoorM»mty 'ALUM INUM Idhtimtiiu l — 8 Quart jltle’' [■\" Ladle I- Fruit Funnel Cherry Festival Bargain Here is just the equipment you need for preserving this summer. It consists of a' strong, durable, 8-quart Mirro Preserving Kettle, a Mirro Ladle and a Mirro Funnel for filling the jars. The special introductory offer on this reg* ular $3.20 set is placed at $1.98 to make it easy for you to become acquainted with the desirable advantages of Mirro Aluminum cooking utensils. The Mirro Preserving Kettle has an $asy~ pouring lip adjustable handle smooth, round edges, easily cleaned and other con­ venient features for which Mirro cooking utensils are ...

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 — 1 July 1921

six PO O R o o t o t t a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n W M h JU LY 1, 1021 LOCALS “T he K id” Coming— C harlie Chap­ lin ’and Jim m ie Coogan in “ The K id\" ■will appear a t th e opera house n est W ednesday and Thursday Ju ly 6-7. T his is one of the best pictures ever show n here and will no doubt draw a big crowd. G asoline Drops— The local oil sta­ tio n s are selling gasoline a t 21.3, an­ o th e r cu t having been m ade th e flrBt of th e week. Ten years ago gasoline sold as low as 9 cents in .this city b u t it w ill probably never drop th a t low again. T raining Ship H ere— The H aw k, a ° 1 _ _ . j |d c o u iu ic woo u cju lu u iju a / erou* nav al training ship from G roat L akes, J ing The store was closed a t five w as in port W ednesday w hile on a ' lock and one from b()B t c r u i s e in these w aters. T he d eck s' venient way to trav el betw een the city and Idlewild... Capt , W injum w ill also carry passengers for th e Cot­ tages or oth er points on th ...

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 — 1 July 1921

POOB OOUSTY ADVOCATE, BTUKCEON BAY, VPISL, JirL Â¥t^lO S t STXWSY NOTES CONCERNINO PEOPLE YOU ENOW ►♦ # ♦1 t l l | ♦ ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ! t W 4 W W ♦ » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ W l 11 H t Frank Moeller made a business trip to Milwaukee this week.1 Miss Donna Peters arrived home from. Neenah where she has been attending school. Mrs. M. H. Brown and daughter Constance arrived here for a few weekB’'visit with relatives. F. P. Fawcett of Milwaukee 1b en­ joying a short vacation visiting the beauty spots of Door county. , Max Pfile and family have been renewing acquaintances in the city and county during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Panck of Mil­ waukee motored here Wednesday and are guests of Mrs. C. W. Sanderson. Mrs. Anna \"Wright and Mrs. James Brooks of Milwaukee are visiting friends in the city during the present week. Miss Grace Hartman and Miss Theda Kohlf of Milwaukee are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walters. Miss Ellen Devine, teacher at 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 — 1 July 1921

* » * * B ig h t POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE,* STPR6BON BAY, W I8., JULY 1, 1921 ♦ w t « m i h h « »h « i i 1111 ♦ « • » * » * * » | May Cow Testing Report 4th OF JULY AT INSTITUTE Afternoon 25c— D AN CIN G —Evening $1 \".Music by MILWAUKEE JAZZ KINGS of Milwaukee, Wis. \" t4 WM«» W » W WW W W W W 4 WW W » H » |iW « H llltl» l 4 W * * 4 H » W 4 * 4 W W t W » H W W W W » W l l t H 4 « Let Us See res We have the . tires that •will stand your test. They are the- IDEAL TIRES. ' Old man Experience sayB they are the best tires on the market for all-around service. We' have any size but only two kinds and they are the best HOOD FISK F, J. McMillan STURGEON BAY. V U L C A N I Z I N G TRY OUR SERVICE. FOR LATE SEEDING BILLION DOLLAR GRASS SOUDAN GRASS RYE GRASS KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS RED TOP SEED BUCKWHEAT COMMON MILLET ^ HUNGARIAN MILLET GERMAN MILLET EARLYBLACKSOYBEANS MAM'TH BLK SOYBEANS YELLOW SOY BEANS SAND VETCH DWARF ES ’EX RAPE SEED RUTABAGA TURNIP. * •.* FOR SALE BY Te...

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 — 1 July 1921

DOOR COUNT! ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT. JULY 1, 1921 Page K tot '\"'C ?^ Jv| t 1 * ^ emi Ship and sail under the Stars and Stripes to all parts of the world was a long period when ■‘it was not true, but today it It proudly true once more — trade and passenger routes are : to established that you can ship your goods, or you can sail, to any part of the world under the Start and Stripes. The-program of routes is being carried out with an eye to the future as well as present needs: of American exporters and im* porters and all American pros perity. See that the ships you use are owned and operated by American citizens or by theU.Sl Shipping Board. Operators of Passenger Services A dm iral L ine, 17 State Street, New York, N. Y. M ataan N avigation C om pany, '26 . So. Gay Street, Baltimore, Md. M unson S team Ship Line, 82 Beaver Street, New York, N. Y. New York a n d Po rto Rico S. S. C ou 11 Broadway, New York.iN. Y. Pacific M ail S. S. Co., 41 Broadway, New York, N. Y. * U. S. M ail S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 July 1921

MW*: POOR OOWir ADVOCATES, STURGEON BAT* W»|* JinHTI, I«at n n i Roast Beef Thogs HE National A utom obile Chamber of Commerce announces that six million cattle, and sheep were shipped by motor truck, from farms and feed lots to stockyards, during 1920 most of them were moved in the territory served by the Standard Oil Company Before the advent of the motor truck, the farmer’ drove his cattle to the loading station, and hauled his hogs in the small, slow-moving, horse-drawn wagons. This practice'called fora great expen- diture of time and labor, and caused the animals to arrive in an overheated condition, which : meant a heavy shrinkage and a consequent lower • : . i, market value. Today much of this loss is elimi­ nated by the quicker, more efficient method of transportation. Middle W est farmers have come to look upon the motor truck as a dependable, economical aid in ,the prompt and profitable marketing of their live stock. . fey reason of its Comprehensive system for dis- tri...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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