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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 July 1921

■. -■ .' i'j/ ■■,-■ POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BAY, WIB* JULY 15,1021 m ‘’it’ ■’ Pag e Nlao Wrapped in Bottled M akes cloudy days' tn g lit—rand bright d ays brighter. Always the dams the world over. ~-sf r PftOM 38-W Good to Remember I M 3 TO-NIGHT-1 II T l . T o m orrow A lright I P aste In Your H at rt »H D 6 8TOR» C O N SU LT ATION* DR. jHfpAG, the Chicago, Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Disease! Of Men, .Women and children, and offer! to all th at will call on th a t day, dati and during the hours given below, con­ sultation and advioe.FREE OF CHARGE Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago. HLf will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, Ju ly 28, office hours 1 a. in. to 7 p. m. V 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE J r the treatm ent of chronic diseases has Merited the confidence Dr C. A. Hoag of Chicagojmaintains. Ah honest opinion and diagnosis always given. 0 fB e has to his credit many wonderful cures in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 July 1921

S Pago Tcii POOR COUNTg ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W I8„ JU |,Y 15, 1921 SAVES FARMER Angry Bull Couldn’t Stand Sting of Toothache Remedy Dropped in Eyes. Plattsburg, N. Y.—Edward Chabbott, a farm er near the town of Jay, here- .after won’t go chasing up lost cattle unless he carries a bottle of oil of pepperm int In his pocket. At least, 8 0 row s Mr. Chabbott today. H ere’s why: Chabbott, with his hired man, Wal­ te r Smith, started o p t . to. round -up Borne scattered cattle. The two men became separated, and Chabbott wan­ dered into Thomas Gorman’s pasture. W ithin was a tem peram ental bull that took offense a t the red in Chabbott's cap........... The bull galloped for C habbott Chabbott galloped fo r the only tree in the pasture, Which wasn’t much more Poured the Oil Into the Bull's Eyes. than A sapling. B ut Chabbott shinned up i t .and got ju st above the bull’s head. The bull had a single-track mind. F or two' hours, he butted the tree. . J u s t as Chabbott was ready to d...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

'V ‘ • ? v •* ' . ... ' ' k ' ' W t k f H - Historical Booms M&niCflit wifi i it n v iu w ti w w STURGKQ3N BAY, WIS«y FRIPAV, JULY 22, 1921. DABS. H. ANSCHUTZ! PASSES From Green Bay Hospital To Snend Remaining Hours With Family—Mrs. In Comity 67 Here Alter being practically helpless for more four years, death came'as a relief to Dr. Albert H.. Chandler at Ms home' on Cottage str&et Wednes- Before being afflicted Dr. Chandler was engaged in. dentistry/in this city for many years. He enjoyed a wide acquaintance, was genial and greatly liked by all who knew him. His quaint and humorous stories were sought by all his friends. He was an exceedingly heavy man and it was frequently said o£ him that the size of his heart was in proportion to his great body. His build and appear­ ance was very similar to former preadient Grover Cleveland, and the doctor greatly enjoyed this \"mistak­ en identity” of frequent strangers, For several years before he final­ ly became helpless his we...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

P age T w o , POOR COUNTY AD VOQATE, SljPRGEON BAY, WIB., JULY 22, 1021 Sawyer News. Steve Tesar of Platvillo, W is., is liero visitin g his forrfier homo and friends. A class of IS will be confirmed at the Norwegian Lutheran church Sun­ day morning at 10- o’clock. F elix D.ebroux is hobbling about on crutches, having broken a hone in his foot w hile working on a car. Louis Nelson of Manitowoc and Steve Nelson of Chicago have been visiting* relatives in town this week. -Wm. Lawson and fam ily, accom­ panied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Lawson, motored to Manito­ woc county Sunday. G oettelm an-W arnerCo. shipped several hundred cases of cherries to Kenosha this week on the fish tug Wm. Engel which came here after the fru it L, Nelson of Ellison Bay is. now -employed at the Sawyer Garage as apprentice.1' H e is ah ex-service man who is learning the trade under the ^governm ent supervision. Paul Olson and John Jensen Hainesville were in town on business Tuesday. The latter ge...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

DOOR COUNTY A D V O C A T E , BTPRCHBON BA T, W O * JU L Y 2 2 ,1 9 2 1 P*«e RfW Remember the Sawyer, Wis. 18 HEADQUARTERS FOR LEADING G R A D E S OF Flour, Feed, Stock and Poultry Feedvand Tonic, Oats, Hay, Straw, Salt, or anything in Feed line. CUSTOM GRINDING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. Capacity 200 bushels p e r hour. I'll Take a Chance DON’T SAY THIS ABOUT YOUR CAR. Insurance is Cheaper in the long run. We write fire, theftT, liability and property damage all in one pilicy. This gives you perfect protection. O ur in te re st in your policy does n o t stop w hen w e collect the prem ium . W e get you a good a d ju st­ m en t on a ll claim s. J. G. Ollinger RED CROSS NOTES Office Days S aturdays, M ondays. O ther days by appointm ent. D uring th e first fifteen days in J u ly the C ounty N urse, M iss P ad ­ dock ^called on 145 fam ilies in th e tow nships of S turgeon Bay, Clay B anks F orestv ille and N asew aupee, driving 399 m iles an d delivering 2,- 074 h ealth pam phlets tQ 1...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

W M H « M I I M M M M I t l» t OM OOH m jm When a man has ‘'money in the bank” he feels at ease ihe has no worry. Worry is -the hardest work, and it destroys the POWER to iwork and earn money. No man can afford to be xvithont money I in bank. Start BANKlNG your, money if, you have no valready be* igun and you will see that we are right and thank us for urging lyou to do so. I f you have a balance-to your credit,. INCREASE it. We invite TOUR Banking Business. BANK OF STURGEON BAY '-MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. a*. V- ■ BHASCH AT SAWYER ® J 'HENRYFETZHR, P w M ent JOSEPH WOWER. VlcfrFren. •i . ST. H. STEWART. Vico-Prea. I B . O. KOEHN/QmU t J. o . WEITERMANN, *««». Cashier R . J . K E IT H , H aaaaer, SAW YER BRANCH D I B I O T O B I ■ •w y »W *«p. JM cph W olter, B o iv r E ataagh , W . B . w * ( f a « , W at Jaaa, D r. A , J . K n ltm , Ralgfc Jeaqmlm ^ The best advice to those who will not pro­ vide the.proper safeguard. - ,Why not screen the house? Weare prepared to ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

r DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATR STURGEON BAT, JULY 22,1921 VajfrVlM ********* * * * * * * ** * * * ** STEVENSON PIER ______ , July 24 Lightning Jazz Orchestra I Ice Cream and Refreshments H. VETTER Prices Have Reached TTheir Lowest Point THEREFORE H B Clean W est Virginia Splint Lump Coal Leathern D. Smith Dock Co. PHONE 87 ♦ ♦ W t W W t W H t W W W W W W W W W W W W W W II ij You Can Have Your Automobile Washed or .jrv & Phone 402 w o o * * »o » t »*w oow w *»w o»w w « »owt»owoo ETi ~ ................ \" :^s© . r HOME SWEET 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 authority on that subject, and we want you to talk with us before you put off building that Cottage any longer, for we’ve got some ideas under our hat th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

**ge Six DOOR COUNT? ADVOCATE, STURGEON BA?, WIS. JULY 28,1021 o LOCALS Another, Big Sunday—Receipts at the toll bridge Sunday were $227, the amount being the fourth highest of the year, exceeded on July 2 and 8 and Sunday, July 9. Buys Another Farm—Aug. ■ Simp­ son, who recently sold his farm on the Evergreen road, has purchased the Frank Puehler farm across the road from his former place. Learning Golf—Several of our lo­ cal: business men and also some of the ladies are taking golf lessons at thb Country Club and this will soon be a popular pastime among many of our citizens. Detroit this year is to be the com vention city of the Thirty-Second \"Di­ vision and the' big automobile town is making great preparations to en Itertain the Red Arrow men. The Dine At Country Club—Rotarlaiis[convention is to be held Sunday, Mom held their weekly luncheon at the I day and Tuesday, August 28-30. country. Aside from Its Wealth, In­ vested in great hotels and beautiful homes, Miami-has le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

^V-'S 07CE£ ADYOCATg.STPBQBON BAY^WBfc. JULY 22.1021 * W M111 !,»♦♦ W W W H ll» l 11 m II »«♦« H m « III l« I PERSONAL MENTION^ I P*W8Y NOTES CONOERNINa PEOPLE YOU KNOW \\ I Miss M argaret May is . visiting friends and relatives in Milwaukee. George Bavey of Chicago^ is back to- his old home town for a 5few days’ visit. . K enneth Cornwall has returned to Milwaukee after a two weeks visit here. .. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marshall of Al- goma were m otorists in the city on Sunday. ‘ H arry Dana w ent to Menasha on Tuesday to drive a Buick car here for the Dana Co. : Mrs B. S. Black of Chicago is the gubst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Augustine. . And. Brann of Baileys-Harbor was 'in the city Monday on his way to Green Bay on a \"business (trip. Edw. 'Sheldon and son of Ottawa, K ansas, are the guests of Mrs. C. B. Packard and daughter Fannie. . Miss Mary Higgins arrived Monday from New Y ork1 City to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F rank Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Burr ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

PQOB CO CTTI APVOCATB, WwjBGEOy BAY, RODS., JULY 22, 1021 ■ ftotifnSght ■ ■ » to tono and etrongthan thti 'o rg a n s o f dleootion and elimination, improvo uppotito, •top sick haadachos, relieve bil­ iousness, correct constipation. They act promptly, .pleasantly, mildly, yot thoroughly. T o m o r r o w A S r S g l a t C o ta 2 5 c. Box Ypur Druulst ■ M l, H. tH B ira DBCOxBTOBJI Sturgeon Bay Boat Works Johnson & Gmach Builders of— FISH BOATS 0BtrC3EBS LAUNOHSS ROWBOATS SKIFFS OANOES SAIL BOATS. Repair Wotk Promptly Done. All Work Fully Guaranteed. Marine Railway lor hauling out boats. Shop foot of Spruce St. C O N SU LT A TIO N THE SICK DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Diseases o f Men, Women and children, and offers to all th at will call on th at day, date and during the hours given below, con* •ultation and advioe FREE OF CHARGE, Dr. C. A. Hoag Of Chicago. Ill* will be in Sturgeoii Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on. Thursday, July 28, office ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

DOOR OOCOTY AD VOCATB. B'lTOOEOS. BAY, WIS^ JULY 22. 1021 Page H You’ll Always Find says the Good Judge 9 P That you get more genuine satisfaction at less cost when you uise this class of tobacco. A small chew lasts so much longer than a big chew of the wiingiy kind. And the full, rich red tobacco taste gives a long lasting chewing satisfaction. ' Any man who uses the Real Tobacco, Ghew “will tell you that. “ ^ Put up in two styles . \\V-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco In the long run you will never make a better investment than the money you put in a sayings account. It’s always safe and always available at face value.” This bank wants to HELP you save REGULARLY. Door County State Bank Clean Washed S A N D per yard Delivered j LEATHEM D. SMITH DOCK COMPANY! jruns. PHONE 87 \\ 1 1 1 1 | I I 1 1 , HOME \\ Â¥ ~ est bread on earth,your money’s worth, in, graham, wlieat { I* P '.or rye ' ■ , jj A nd we can bake that wedding cate, and every brand of ! ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 July 1921

Y v ' V \\ Page Tea POOR OOPKTO ADVOCATE, STPBQEON PAY. WIB., JIJLY 22,1981 ITS SESSIONS Work of Fifty-Fifth Badger Law­ making Body Is Brought to Close at State Capital. IMPORTANT MEASURES SIGNED . Governor Blaine Approves University, Normal School, Charitable and Penal Institutions- Appropria- ‘ tlon Bills. - Alall8dn.—The latter part of the ■ past week Baw the final adjourn­ ment of the flfty-flfth session of the Wisconsin legislature, after several months’ work. During the closing hoars Governor 'Blaine signed' the university, normal school, and charitable and penal Insti­ tutions appropriation bills, carrying approximately $16,000,000 annually. He signed the bill for the treatment and care of the blind, the Milwaukee teachers’ pension bill tad the bill re­ organizing the county board of admin­ istration at Milwaukee. He vetoed three bills for the establishment of a park In Wisconsin at the Dells and at Beloit He vetoed a bill giving boards of education ..power to raise t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 July 1921

VOLUME 60 T O NUMBER * W H isto r ic a l Rooms MADISON WIS I1AB6BW CIHCITIiATIOJI IN NOBTHEASTEHN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDA V. J ULY 2 9 ,1 9 2 1 . _ . : ■ amjros 1 W A M I f T O T I j C T r t f f W l l B H S tf M M Out Door Country Club Dinner Enjoyed ACCOMPLISHMENTS C.. OF C. Members of Chamber of Commerce and Woman’s Club Hold Joint . Meeting At Door County Country Club Grounds •• •:■/ The Joint dinner, of th^/Chamber of Commerce and Woman's Club, first to be given in several weeks, held at the new Door County Country Club Hotel, Tuesday evening, was at­ tended by 130. . Dinner, was. served out doors at 7 o’clock, Japanese lanterns' lighting up the premises where the tables- were. set. Cool breezes off the bay added to the en­ joyment and comfort of''those pres­ ent. Manager Linquist of the Coun­ try Club Hotel served his guests with an excellent three-course .dinner* The speaker of the evening was Attorney Clarence Darrow of Chica­ go, who has gained a nationa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 July 1921

Pago Two J - DOOR OOBNTY ADVOCATE.' STURGEON BAY. WIS., JU L Y 20, 1021. Sawyer Ne#s. Jos. Sclimieder and family, of Wrightstown, were Sawyer visitors Sunday. Frank Floor arid wife visited rel­ atives in MenaBha from Friday to Sunday. / - Carpenters are rebuilding the warehouse of Tewels & Braudeis re­ cently damnged by fire. Business at the new oil station is iricreaslhg daily and many are finding it a great convenience.. Mrs. J. P. Dalebroux of Green Bay has been the guest of her moth­ er, Mrs. Pat Writt and family. Frank Pies and family of Green- leaf, Wis., called on the Pies family in Sawyer Sunday while on an auto trip. ' Leiand Waif returned from Mil­ waukee Saturday where he has been ■receiving treatment: from a special-. 1st. .. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Sloan went to •Chippewa Falls, Wis. Monday to at­ tend a convention of Wisconsin und­ ertakers. • Marvin Pies made an auto trip to Wrightstown Sunday. It was p very pleasant outing and a fine day for • motoring. 4 . Mis...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 July 1921

HOME :B i! a ! k E R Y est bread on earth, your money’s worth, in graham, wheat or rye s’. nd we can bake that wedding cake, and every brand of pie.\" ’ ' ' : V * •. nowing HOW, you must allow, gives us the right to blow ach loaf is right, in brown or white, HERE’S where we knead the dough. - , oils, cookies, buns, and tarts by tons are in this famous cakery ■ / x,-'.. . .on always win when you drop in—“ at” STURGEON BAY’S HOME BAKERY, JOHN SCHMID, Proprietor Coal Prices Have Reached Their Lowest Point THEREFORE S |!» Money—Buy Now Glean W est Virginia Splint Lump Gpa! * * * * * * * * * * Leathern D. Smith Dock Co. PHONE 87 ^ * * * * ** ****** * * * * *4* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ' • Baxleys Harbor U e ath o f M artin H ickey, Sr. M artin H ick ey ,'S r., an old an d re ­ spected settler, passed aw ay a t his hom e here W ednesday evening, d eath | $ resu ltin g from com plication of dis­ eases. The fun eral w as held from th e tow n hall F rid ay afternoon, Re...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 July 1921

t ' }/ Page Four L O C A L S DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON. BAX, Wifi* JULY 20, 1931. CHERRY CAMPS ARE ■ CLOSING Coming Events—A new bungalow style residence, 26x40 feet, is being built on No. Church street for Clom Bridenliagen. • ^ Still Champion' Picker—Jule Du­ bois claims that he is still the cham­ pion cherry picker of Door county as be picked 40S quarts in one day's time in the orchard of the Co-opera­ tive Co. this week. Teachers’ Examinations -— County Superintendent Katharine Conley an­ nounces examinations for teachers certificates to be held at the Court House in this city Monday and Tues­ day, August 8th and 9th. Resurfacing Bridge—-The surface of the-bridge is being covered with -another coating of Tarvia and crush­ ed stone. The first coating, which was put on several weeks ago is wearing well and it is expected that another coating will wear for many months. ' Railroad Valuations — In setting the tentative valuation of railroads the interstate commerce commi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 July 1921

W W H W W H IM 4 M I .................... I PERSONAL MENTION,! ^ im W Sr HOTE* CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW R. H. Mann of Racine has been re­ newing acquaintances in the city this week y D r., and . Mrs. Martin Belfprd of New York City are guests of Mrs. Harry Evans. Mrs. Arthur Malchow of Chicago is the guest of Mrs. Harvey Tipler for several weeks. Mattie Raymond of IJetroit will spend the summer with her njother, ' Mrs. G. Minor. j Miss Loraine Long has returned from Algoma where she attended! training school. •nee. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Long Bpent | Tuesday with their son Wesley and. family in Algoma. v T J Miss Helen Davis of Madison has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. B. Goff for a week or more. Prank Trucker and family return­ ed to Racine Monday' after visiting friends and relatives here for a week or so. Miss Lottie Feuerstein, George Ravey of Chicago, and Mrs. William \"Feuerstein and family are spending a week at Clark’s Lake. Misses Clara Clifford and Eliza'-, beth Ki...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 July 1921

'M D O ^I COTOW ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 20, a02JL is afbod that nour- .ishes and strengthens, without taxing the stomach or dogging the digestion. has been famous these many years because ofits splendid nourishment and the quick­ ness and ease with wnichit is digested. • Delightful to taste, and ready to eat from the package. u7here'saRmotfJbrGmpe^its MadebyPostum &real Company^inc.,Battle Creek Jfi&jgan, SflBSfl Every depositor in our Bank enjoys a feeling of the great- I est security, because we are meibljers'nf the “ Federal Swerve ! System” of Banks. s, r ? * This vast financial chain was built*, by the best brains in finance and industry, in the land. It is the greatest piece of constructive work in banking ever devisedSmd protects both i ! the depositor a^id the member1 banks, - 1 1 National Safety is desirable and you get ik ion your 11 money is in our bank. We invite YOUR Banking Business BANK OF STURGEON BAY H MEMBER FEDERAL REBERYE BANK. BRANCH AT SAWYE...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 July 1921

p o o r o o p y y r a d v o c a te . j s titrg b o n bay, wis., .ju ly 2», 1021. .PhgeStnrt* AH over the (world [people use this goody for its benefits* as well as its pleasure CH ICA G O Keeps teeth clean* breath sweet* throat c o t t a Aids appetite and digestion* Still ,5c CATALiNi S L A N D Tishf — Kept Rleht TRACTOR a * 625- F. O. B. Detroit ‘The Tractor will enable the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him morejime to enjoy life. I believe the trac­ tor will make farming what it ought to be —the mast pleasant, the most healthful, the most profitable business^ on earth*.** This tractor has done much—very much— in bringing true Mr. Ford’s prophecy for in it is a machine which has harnessed one of the most dependable, efficient, adaptable, economical sources 6f power in the world— a machine that saves from thirty to fifty per cent of the farmer’s time — a machine which many farmers claim plows, harrows qr drills as muclj ground in the same time as four, six or even ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 July 1921

Pago Eight -■ .In i ' ..f a n T ■ .. POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STgRGEON BA'S. W1B., JULY 29, 192L ■Tferee Mile Ditch Being Dug In Nasewaupee DRAINS 1,000 ACRES LAND Niie Ton Plow Digs Eighty Rods Ditch Three Feet Deep In Ten Honrs Taking Everything It Encounters ' The big drainage project in the to w n of Nasewaupee which has been under consideration during the past three years, is now well under way However the original $36,000 tile project under consideration has been abandoned as being too expensive, and a ditch to cost the property own­ ers approximately $3,000 is being put in which will drain the surface w ater from a section of 1,000 acres, and make it available for pasture purposes. The tile project was prohibitory due to the high cost of tile, and it was hot considered practical due to beds of peat in the district, especially as the land would probably not be used for a number of years to come for anything other than pasture. The object being to get rid of the sur­ face ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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