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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 July 1921

S“ ■ » . T O - JOT.Y 1. — ANTI-BEER BILL PASSED “JUSTICE” 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 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 all. The Justice Auto & Sign Painting Co. Cottage Street Sturgeon Bay IS KEWAUNEE WINS SECOND GAME Drops Another To Ke- -Maplewood Wins From BOATS I Have in stock-Bow Boats suit­ able for Evinrude or other motors. Motor Boats, Sail Boats or Canoes: built to order. ^ All work folly guaranteed. , Repair work of all kinds done promptly. NndeiSott Boat Works Near Fish Hatchery Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Phone 296, Remember the Sawyer, Wis. IS HEADQUARTERS FOB LEADING G R A D E S OF Flour, Feed, Stock and Poultry Feed and Tonic, Oats, Hay, Straw, Salt, or anything in Feed line. CUSTOM GRINDING DONE ON SHORT NOTI...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 July 1921

P a g e Twelve d o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a i . w i a , j u l y i , i o a i .,- ■\"■ - \" ' I! ' 111 \" ■ ' 'i, I . I ■ ViVA •' 1 COMMUNICATIONS Sturgeon Bay, W ls., Ju n e 28, 1921. F o r the second tim e w ithin the last few m onths my place of business was raided again last S aturday night by •local authorities in search of liquor, an d , as was the case on the other occasions, nothing was found to ju stify th e raids. It appears to be m erely a case of persecution on the . partlot'..M ayor Boler, who, I believe, a n d as he states, is the in stigator and h e ad of these raids. As a re su lt of th is persecution my business is suff­ erin g and my reputation slandered. I try to conduct my business as an h o n est m an should. A ttending to my .ow n business is all I find tim e to do (u n lik e some other people) and I do n o t feel th a t it should be necessary fo r m e to hire lawyers and detectives to prove my innocence. F u rth er, I can n ...

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 — 8 July 1921

. VOLUME 6 0 L A R G E S T C IB H I N O R T H H A S T B TION WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1921. j_i - '- W 1 ' .====T= = = = a a a § _ r NUMBER r iis t& i’i f i a l Boo hs j - M A O JS W IW f IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD B B S C I M FIRE DAMAGE AT SAWYER DOCK Blaze Breaks Oat Tuesday Afternoon Causing $4,000 Damage—Fires At Island Mill and Evergreen GREAT CROWDS FROM 0UT- ’ SIDE TAKEN. CARE OF W I T H 0 OUT TROUBLE— WEATHER HOT BUT EVERY­ ONE HAD BIG TIME. : Sturgeon Bay’s Cherry Festival, ' July 2, 3, 4, is considered^the-great­ est celebration this city ever held. Thouaands-and thousands of visitors •were here, ’packing.Hhe city and the county and as far as can be determ­ ined the crowds were taken'care of nicely. One feature which helped greatly in accommodating-the visitors is the one of Sturgeon Bay’s institutions— an annual event. Of course • there were mistakes made and everything did not run as smoothly as. might but this, was the first attempt an...

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 — 8 July 1921

Page Two POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. WIB., JU L Y 8, 1021 W orld’s Leading Authorities Show Just W hat Tanlac Really Is and Explain Effect of Each of Ten Ingredients on the Human System. Rawer of Medicine Conclusively Proven. • A day never passes but Avliat thousands of people ask the ques­ tions : What is Tanlac? Why its phenomenal^succesai 'Why do Ave hear so mucli about it f and Why has this preparation soyfat- fout stripped all other medicines of its kind ? The answer to these questions is easy and can be explained in just one word—merit. Tanlac is scientifically compounded and represents years of work, study, experimentation and research by some of the foremost chemists and pharmacologists of America. The Tanlao form ula is purely e th ­ ical and' com plies w ith all N ational an d S tate p u re food laws. I t is pure­ ly vegetable and is m ade from the m ost beneficial roots, herbs and b arks know n to M ateria Medica. The Tan­ la c L aboratories are am ong the lar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 July 1921

' '&<■ * , 1 x : ’ ' J :: ' I ! * * • •.•.•â–  - - POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTPKQBON BAY, W18,, JULY 3 ,1 0 2 1 Remember the Sawyer, Wis. IS HEADQUARTERS FOR LEADING G R A D E S OF Flour, Feed, Stock and ^Poultry Feed and Tonic, Oats, Hay, Straw, Salt, or anything in Feed line. CUSTOM GRINDING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. Bushman Milling Co. HI Take a Chance DON’T SAY THIS ABOUT YOUR CAR. Insurance is Cheaper in the long run. We write fire, theft, liability and property damage all in one pilicy. This gives you perfect protection. , Our interest in your policy does not stop when we collect the premium. We get you a good adjust­ ment on all claims. Ji G. Ollinger The Insurance Man Special Bargains Indian Head Linen Table Covers Dresser Scarfs The state department of agricul­ ture has become thoroughly aroused over the spread of noxious weeds in this state, and the consequent re­ duced crop yield. Weeds have be^ come such a menace, says Prof.A. L. Stone, in charge of seed and wee...

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 — 8 July 1921

Fool1 DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, m , JULY 8,1021i , ©wv'BaiKWU. . h-a-MR/mtUr ofrflw/ S t d t t a L CDA&. Clang! Clang 1 I ’ ' • : There goes the Fire Department. Well, yon consider yonrself lucky, it isn’t yohr house, don’t yon? Bnt it might be 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. S BANK OF STURGEON BAY .h MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. V' .-\" BRANCH AT SAWYER . - . \" HENRY FBTZER, President JOSEPH WOLTER, V tosfM . !■■■•• .• J. H. STEWART, Vlce-Pres. R. O. KOEHN, Cashier J. C. WKTTERMANN, A nt. Cashier h J. KEITH, U aaa*er, SAWYER BRANCH D I R E C T O R S ■ • u i ’Y ftM r, Jaaepk W oltcr, B « ( u E a ta o fk , W . B . W « (w « r, V a . Jcaa, Dr. A. J. Krrttaer, Ralph I w i i l a Have You Noticed the Finish ii Coat on the New Filling Stations? This is K ra g sto n e The Stucco Beautiful FOR SALE BY Fuller Gombnan Co. Phone...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 July 1921

: \\ Baileys Harbor e Dr., G. R. Egeland made a • pro­ fessional trip here Monday. Mike McArdle of Chicago called on relatives and friends here Sunday, Mrs. Martin Schram and son Mar­ tin, Jr., motored to Sturgeon Bay on Thursday. August Nelson moved into his new home Saturday, it having just been completed. Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Koehn of. Sturgeon Bay spent Monday with' relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Wasserbach made a business trip to the county seat, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herrick and son John of Chicago are rusticating at the Panter Resort. Wenzel Horak and family of Ke­ waunee spent Monday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Minuer. Capt. Alpeers and family left , for Cheboygan, Mich., to visit at Mr. Alpeer’s home for a few weeks. John Pagal, our former cheese- maker, of Oconto, spent Sunday .here with old friends and acquaintances. Mrs. Henry Christensen left for Sturgeon Bay Tuesday to pick cher­ ries for the Co-Operative Orchard Co. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Gattie of Racine mo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 July 1921

V N ^S lz p o o r o otryT r ADtocA'TE. srpiw E O N b a y , w ifi., tu ly s, 1021 LOCALS Sells B u n g a lo w — A . E . D u f e n h o r s t la s S o ld h is b u n g a lo w in t h e t h ir d ■ward t o J o h n S n r te r o t E g g H a r b o r . Wrist Broken — Mrs. Norbert Gleasner had the misfortune to fall from a ladder last week and broke her wrist. Golf Classes—Classes in golf will begin at th e Country Club today, {Friday. A p p o in tm e n ts for lessons can be made by calling Alec Mitchel *t No. 453. Board of Review—1The Board . of Review met Tuesday afternoon and I adjourned until the first Monday in August when it will convene and continue for ten days or longer ad­ justing assessments. Cigaret License—Every person in the city who sells cigarettes is re­ quired to take out a license which costs $5, application for same to be made to the city clerk. These li­ censes expire on June 30 and are now due but very few of the places having taken out licenses so far for this year. ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 July 1921

/*/ PO O H OOIJNTY ADVOCATE, ggPB Q E Q N BAY, WDL. JULY 8 ,1 9 3 1 WH1II he*MH -MHM P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N MKW8Y n o t e * d O N C E iirw a p e o p l e y o u k n o w W 1 1 A. N. D ier w as in th e city atten d ­ ing th e Cherry. F estival. 'J::.. M rs. J u lia Cam eon and dau g h ter Miss B eatrice are visiting w ith M rs. C. W . Sanderson. Rev. E . J. .Sym ons and daughter. D orothy w er^ h ere from M anitowoc d uring th e C herry F estival. d R obert R ab ach ' w as hom e fo r ’th e F o u rth from M ilw aukee Likew ise W alter H anson of M anitowoc. M r. and M rs. W illis L o ck h art of Green B ay w ere th e guests of rel­ atives in th e city over th e F o u rth . M rs. O scar B irm ingham and two children of W auw atosa arrived here by au to Saturday to visit relatives. Jo h n P u ll and grandson, Law rence P u ll of K enosha are visiting a t the hom e o f ,Dom inick W eiland a t Ever-: green. M r. and M rs. F ra n k M cCullough w ill arriv e from P ittsb u rg this w e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 July 1921

DOOB OUIJKW ADVOCATE, SIVZIfflBION BAY, W IR, JULY 8, 1821 T o n i g h t - Tomorrow Alright HR.Tablet* stop sick headache*. . relieve bilious attacks, tone and rerulate the eliminative organ*! make you foel fine. \"Batter Than Pills For Uver lil*” C at * X5c. Box. DroctUt B O L H. IHDV8 DBUU STORE D O N ’T D E S P A IR If you a re troubled w ith pains or aches feel tired have headache^ Indigestion, insom nia painful pass­ age of urine, you will find relief in GOLD MEDAL The world’s standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles and National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed, le e k for the name Cold Medal on every box and acc«Pt no ipiitation “JUSTICE” Sturgeon Bay and Door County cfaoald have the best looking cars la 'Wisconsin o r anywhere else. The tourist comes to town with fine looking cars be­ cause they do their cars Justice. The people ot Door county can have fine look­ ing cars also. They can have any color they desi...

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 — 8 July 1921

DOOR OOITNTT ADVOCATE, SrUBOEON BAY. W1B„ JULY 8, 1031 y w * w w w w |» H w w i w « m « a c» »***«*« m h i » i T / M E I S M O N E Y F Torn Your Spare Time Into Dollars! Sell Gas Inflated T?y Baloons. THEY FLOAT! They appeal to the children. Even. the. grown up children go wild about them. A novelty which is going strong. Why not cash in while the demand exists? LOW INVESTMENT. LITTLE ATTENTION. BIG .PROFITS! Sell tli6m at your nest circus, fair, car­ nival, convention, picnic, celebration, or any other amusement. A very dainty and attractive novelty for social affairs. We have a circular giving all particu­ lars, prices and terms which we would like ]to mail you. No obligation, of course. Write today if interested in im­ proving your spare time. Universal Oxygen Co. Two Service Stations • Corner 14th St. & Illinois Ave., Sheboygan, Wisconsin Telephone No. 433 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 413 Sixth'Street. Telephone Grand 2076 You Can Have Your Automobile Washed Day or Night ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 July 1921

' P a g e Ten POOR, COUNT? A P y O Q A m S3UKOEON B A *. WBL, J UL Y 8, 1021 (Continued from Page 1 ! bearers w ere six little girls dressed \\ in w hite ' Joyce W agoner, Adele ' H oule, Bernice D esE nfants, P riscilla V anDreese, and B eatrice Sanderson. Em ily, Pivonka was b earer of the C herry Queen’s crow n. These seven little m aids accom panied the Q ueen’s .float in the parade. Auto and B oat W inners Miss Lottie Toseland carried off th e honors in th e autom obile parade iiRtonday afternoon w ith the best dec­ o rated car. Miss Toseland is the - local agent for the M. G. Madsen Seed Co., of M anitowoc, nurserym en and landscape gardners, and upon h e r inform ing the com pany of the K elley of G reen Bay. only a fte f 41 m inutes pf fast, stifling w ork in the boillug h eat of th e sun. Gordon Bose refereed. The m atch was scheduled for b e st two out of th ree falls, but the b eat was too great to continue after the first down. Picnic A t S tate P a rk About 3.000 peopl...

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 — 15 July 1921

STPBGKOfr BAY, FKIDAV, JULY 15, 1921. ENDS HIS 9WN LIFE Bay, OTHER DEATHS DST COUNTY Sudden Death of Mrs. Ole Erick­ son—Mrs. Anna Hunt Dies Af, ter Long Illness-—Albert Wobser Passes Away, i Other Otto Heldt, 78 years of age,'resi­ d en t of Ellison Bay, took h is. own life Thursday morning, July 7th, com m itting suicide by hanging him ­ self from the bedpost in his room. W hile, not in the best of health he had been ip , and around the house tlie previous day and retired W ed­ nesday evening not complaining- of feeling any worse than usual. I t was evident? th at he had risen early in the morning, and after dressing him ­ self committed .the rash act. The •feather having been exceedingly hot for several days and.,'the night hav­ ing been very warm ,, it is believed th a t the old gentleman, lost his mind which caused him to end his life. I t being a plain case of suicide D istrict Attorney, Stapleton did . not hold a coroner’s Inquest. Deceased is survived by his wife and s...

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 — 15 July 1921

P a g o T w o DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WtS., JULY 15, 1921 “Those who spend every dollar are simply creating advantages for others disadvantages for themselves. That kind of unselfishness is not coht- mendable.” Let this bank help you spend little less than you earn. Door County State Bank Q p t w b # KLAYKORT gtfWtah {S7tie Oenni'S&layer isays — “Three sets are nothing! \"With Klaykorts I can play a half dozen sets, and feel it less than I used to feel three, because my feet don't hurt in' -diem. I play a faster game. There isn’t a better raitirifo shoe made.” . Hood Klaykorts combine tightness with strength, and the patented Kendex insole ana thickfelt cushion keep the hara court from tiring or burning the feet. No other shoe of any land combines equal wearing qualities with the ease and the sense of quick, sine action of the Hood Klaykort* Many also prefer Klaykorts for general outdoor summer wear. cAsk your dealer or write us. Rubber Products Co., Inc, Watertown,...

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 — 15 July 1921

Remember the IS HEADQUARTERS FOR LEADING G R A D E S OF Flour, Feed, Stock and Poultry Feed and Tonic, Oats, Hay, Straw, Salt, or anything m Feed line. CUSTOM GRINDING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. Capacity 200 bushels per hour. Bushman Milling Co. OFFICE DAYS Monday and Tuesday at Kewaunee. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning at Sturgeon Bay. Miss Hahn, executive secretary, of­ ficially started her Kewaunee county duties at Kewaunee on Monday of this week and hereafter will put In the first two,days of each week in that city taking care of the claims of former servicemen. Questionairres have. been sent out to all Kewaunee county soldiers and any claims they may have will be taken care of by Miss Hahn. I'll Take a Chance DON'T SAY THIS ABOUT YOUBCAR. Insurance is Cheaper in the long run. We write fire, theft’, liability and property damage all in one pilicy. This gives you perfect protection. Our Interest in your policy does not stop when we collect the premium. We get you a g...

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 — 15 July 1921

POOR OQUJmr APVOCACT/ gTPHQEON ȣ*,* am d focom a. a m m If a man ever rises above his fellow workers and becomes a POWER in the world he MUST bank his money. IT PATS. And the sooner he BEGINS to bank his money, always ADDING to his balance, the sooner he can grasp a business op­ portunity when it comes. If you have not started to bank your money, START r - START today. If you have started and. stopped, START AGAIN. * You will never get anywhere if you don’t. We invite YOUR Banking Business. BANK OF STURGEON BAY lmcwirtltiR FihjBRAL mSfllflltVBi BANK.■■ ____ BRANCH. AT 8AWYBB HENRI FBTZEB, President JOSEPH WOLTER, Viee-Pieo. !»' ■*. J. H. STEWART, Vice-Preo. B. O. KORUN, Cashier J. O. WEITERMANN, A n t Cuhlor B. J. K EITH , H a u le r , SAW YER BRANCH D I B H O T O R ■ B««ry Hatnr, J«a«pk Woltcr, Hoier E iteaik, w . H, Wat. Jea*. Dr. A. J. Kreltrar, Ral»W ra«*la | Have You Noticed the Finish Coat on the New Filling Stations? T h is is The Stucco Beautiful W FOR SAL...

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 — 15 July 1921

POOp COUXTY ADVOCATE Shipping NOTICE The Door Connty Produce Com­ pany -will ship liv e Stock, Tues­ day, July 19th. Bring in your live stock on the above date. Notify \"W\". 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. WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach-Kidneys-Heart-Livcr Keep the vital organs healthy by “JUSTICE’' S turgeon B ay an d P o o r C ounty should have th e b e st looking cars In W isconsin o r anyw here else. T he tourifet com es to tow n w ith fine looking cars be­ cau se they do th e ir cars justice. The people of D oor county can have fine look- , ing cars also. They can have any color they desire and th a t fine glossy finish. B ring y our c ar to u s we’l l m ake i t look lik e new, a t a reasonable p ric e ,. because w e do : “Justice” an d satisfy all. The Justice Auto & Sign Painting Go. Cottage Street Sturgeon Bay Sturgeon Bay Boat Works Johnson &...

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 — 15 July 1921

i4v r ' f X p B h t POOR OOUNXK ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAX, WI8„ JULY 15,1821 LOCALS Buys Separator—A large Minne­ apolis grain separator, v Jng feeder and modern in every respect, was de­ livered to Ed. Braim of Sevastopol bn Monday of the present week. ■ 22 Club Picnic— The 22 Club of ■Wliitefish Bay will give a picnic and dance at their club house next Sun­ day \"afternoon and evening to which a Special invitation is extended to the cherry pickers. P ry Cleaning Shop— Anthony Mar- tineau of Oconto has opened a dry cleaning and pressing establish­ m ent oh Spruce street. Bernard Ol­ son, expert dry cleaner and presser, will have charge of Mr. M artlneau’s establishment here. Unable To Open—Miss Grace Lown, librarian, states th at owing to the hot weather the library floor has not dried as was expected, however, the library will be opened as soon as possible to the phblic and fines will be adjusted satisfactorily. Good Pictures—The public will have a real opportunity to see tw...

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 — 15 July 1921

!=■= &' : M - p f t s W A L M e n t i o n Mel Perry of Algoma was. a,.busi­ ness visitor in the city Wednesday. John Ollinger returned last yreek from a business trip to Minneajroiis, Minn.' . Emma Braunsdorf returned to Milwaukee Saturday, where she is employed. , v • Matt Roeser and John Aznoe of Sister Bay were callers in the city Wednesday.,' .. Wm. Marshall, pioneer resident of North Bay, visited friends in the city during the week. 7 7 District Attorney Grover Stapleton has been in Milwaukee during the week on business. Mrs. Frank Kb ail and Miss Mary Cisler of Manitowoc are guests of friends in this city. Frank Brandt and family of She­ boygan were the guests of relatives in the city last week. Miss Florence Danes, employed in Manitowoc, is spending a week’s va­ cation at her home in this city. • Frank Trucker and family of Ra­ cine are spending two weeks in this city and vicinity visiting old friends and relativ.es. Miss Esther Ahlers returned last week from St. Vi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 July 1921

BageSlgfat POOB COUNTO ADVOCATE, SCTIMffiON BAY, JfJIiY 1 5 ,102a. y build a H eavy, starchy foods heat the body as a fur­ nace fire heats the house. is a cool and happy thought for summer breakfast or lunch. Served with cream or milk, Grape=Nnts supplies full nourishm ent w ith no bur­ den to the digestion— \"There's a Reason S old by grocers Madely Postum. Cereal Co.,Inc. Battle Creek,Michigan Sola only by dealers** V Le best fabric tire made for heavy service or rough roads Extra Ply—Heavy Tread Reduction on all styles and sizes A Mew Low Priee on a Known and Honest Product BLAINE PUTS 0. K. ON MARKET BILL Power Is Given Board to Investi­ gate the Cost of Pro­ duction. /1 HOME SWEET HOME Say “ Good-bye” to every dollar you pay for rebt. 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 eol- •' lege professors’ figures about the scarcity of lumber and build­ ing materials. We are pret...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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