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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 August 1921

VOLUME 60 H i a to r i sa l fiooins MADISOH WI8 STURGEON BAY, W1SV EfelDAV. Af GITST S 1921. IT S CHERRY CROP ALL IN Crop Iir History of Door County 350,000 . CRATES CHERRIES Pack At Canning Factory Exceeds Previous Pack By SeVenty Per Cent—246,112 Crates of. Cherries Canned In 26 Days r ■ ’• \" ■■ H arvesting of th e 1921 cherry crop w as com pleted th is w eek, th e canning facto ry m ade its la st ru n Tuesday, an d only a few express shipm ents rem ain fo r th e fresh fru it ke't. In som e of th e o rchards a few cherries still rem ain o n ,th e tre e s fo r hom e consum ption, h u t th e seaso n ’s picking is o'ver and th e 3,000 o r m ore p ic k e rs , from outside have' retu rn ed to th e ir hom es. T he 1921 crop to taled 350,000 crates, or 5,600,000 q u arts, an in ­ crease of over 146,000 crates over th e la rg e st crop of any previous year, w hich w as in 1919, w hen 204,000 crates w ere harvested. In 1920 th e crop w as 188,000 crates. O u tp u t A t C annii Of t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 August 1921

\" , : - - ■ 'V^'-'VA ■t \" WIB., AUGUST 5, 1021. froni orie bag of GENUINE “BullDurham TOBACCO Remember the Sawyer, Wis. IS HEADQUARTERS FOB L E A D IN G 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. Capacity 200 bushels per hoar. Bushman Milling Co. S a w y e r Stokes B arn B urns A m ost disastrous fire occurred in this vicinity T h ursday afternoon, Ju ly 28, at 5 o’clock, w hen th e large b arn of Geo. Soulcup w ith ...all. con­ tents, b u rn e d 'to th e ground. Mr. ,and M rs. Soukup w ere in th e field for th e last load of g rain w hen they f th eir barn burning. T he fire started in the in terio r of th e build­ ing. A lthough th ere are several theories the exact cause of its origin is quite unknow n, as th e re w as no Are anyw here else on th e place. The s is a severe one. F o u r calves also burned to death, and a horse was burned about th e face b u t tore aw...

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 — 5 August 1921

p o o b cxiutnng a d v o c a t e , a j w a i w r ba y , w m u a u g u st Page Three e M ake It Profitable For Y ou T o Bay and YOU KNOW? now .T he L ive and? Progressive Business Institutions o f Cfer C ity? lowing Q uestions and W in O n e of tke Valuable Prizes. - - cessful aids, to1 the fan n er in. th e Ida- world. . i t is one o£ th e greatest sac* toi*y of internal combustion engines, pome in an- learn why the \"Cletrac %ay makes-farming pay.” T his Ann will be pleased to dem onstrate to yon, a t any time, the superior quali­ ties' of either the S tudebaker auto­ mobile or thB Gletrac tank-type tractor. . What is the firm name o£ the business institutions: described in each o£.the following paragraphs? ' What are the names of the proprietors or managers of each? Where are they locatedand-their telephone number? Give street ' number.if possible . . . • FIRST PRIZE—DomaRco Electric Iron,, value $7, donated by Sawyer ) Hardware Company? * • ‘ - . SECOND- PRIZE -Thirty Movie?...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 August 1921

A t|e Four DOOR COUNTY APVOtaBB, STPBQBQN BAX, TOR, AVGUST 5, 1021. W , Make It Profitable For Y ou to K now Stur­ geon B ay and Sawyer (Continued from Page 3) — :------------------------- s :-------------------- them the first time you need repair services. Old customers are bring­ ing them now ones right along thru the recommendations they are con­ stantly giving us. High quality, low prices and prompt service are a com­ bination that is hard to beat and this firm have found it worth while to maintain that policy. shop and supplementing this with personal attention to every’detail of the business the local llstrlbutora for the Hudson, Essex and Dodge Cars, iiave shown a most exceptional'gain in business since their ^organization This firm carries a full line of parts for these cars at ail times. Also, the \"firm handles a full line of accessories and supplies, automobile tires and tubes, etc., do genera! repair work of every character and maintain a stor­ age for cars. The ow...

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

'\"■I-. V v POOR CjOPKTg ADVOCATE. BAY, w ib .. AUGUST 5, 1021. p*em jn n m jat 2 a. m. A great indoor sport for thoughtless people One of thesurest ways * rme physically in- i of doing your best is to get only sriat- -broken by If your sleep is being disturbed by drinking ' ~ you maybe of a Do not wait until your drugs, tnein ana caiteine, ,in tea or coffee. Protect your strength, vitality and endurance. Have sound, nestful Aleep, did wake Refreshed mid fit for any task. Postum, the delicious oer$a} beverage, tyitfi its, golden-brown richness and coffee-like taste, .will let Nature restore your coffee-irritated nerves, and bring you sound, re­ freshing sleep. Postum is wholesome and acts in a normal way. It possesses the advan­ tages of a hot drink, with­ out the ill effects of tea or coffee. Drink Postum for’ a week or two. See what a difference it' will make in you! “There’s a Reason.” Postum comes in two ’ forms: Instant Postum (injdhs) macje instantly in the cup :by .the'a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 August 1921

t* « e 8 lx too5ft OOUljlTk ABVOOACT!,' STURGEON BAY, W18„ AUGUST 5,1021. LOCALS Killed by Lightning—John An­ schutz and Walter Kinsella, farmers of the town of Jacksonport, each had a horse killed by lightning in a storm last week. Fifteen Days * Sentence — Mike Klinltenberg was sentenced to fifteen days in the county jail for driving an automobile while in an . intoxicated condition. His sentence started Mon­ day. No .Band Concert Tonight — The Sawyer band will not play on. the east side tonight owing to the fact that the Chautauqua is in session this pany had refused to allow the claim, Mr. Geitner, represented by Attorney W. E. Wagoner, argued the case, be­ fore the Industrial commission . at Green Bay, which upheld' tlie insur­ ance company, their decision being to the effect that Mr. Geitner was to t entitled to compensation. Chautauqua Opens—The Mutual Chautauqua opened last evening with a good attendance and the advance sale of tickets indicates that it. will be a succe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 August 1921

T g p ♦Ml IIIH4H4MM ♦♦♦♦ HI *MWWWMW't IMI j PERSONAL MENTION 1 £ MEWBY note? concerning p e o p l e to o kno w ‘M rs.. A rnold R eisinger and M rs. H enry D evine sp en t M onday a t. G reen Bay. „ : / _ ' ■■ ' R ichard Lehm an of M ilw aukee w as in th e city, tran sactin g business d u r­ ing th e w eek ' M iss L ouise Jackson of St. Louis, Mo., Is visiting w ith th e M iles fam ily a t M iles A cres. - M rs. Edw. Halstead* of Chicago vis­ ited h er m other, M rs. Cachem s, of th is City, d uring th e w eek L. A lbert K arel of-K ew aunee was in th e city Tuesday tran sactin g b usi­ ness and visiting friends. M rs. M arie T horkildsonlof Chicago w ho h as been h ere th re e w eeks v isit­ in g friends, le ft .Tuesday jfo r M inne­ apolis. The M isses R ow ena an d Jean ette Jen n e rjo h n w ent to G reen B ay T ues­ day to v isit frien d s and atte n d th e big celebration. C aptain J. P C lark -w en t to G reen B ay yesterday to atten d th e big hom e com i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 August 1921

|fc»ge Eight P O O B CO U N TY A D V O C A T IV flT lJ B G B O N B A Y , W I 9 ., A U G U ST 5 , 1 02 1 . A : V Who Owns the Standard Oil Company (Indiana)? IHE Standard Oil Com- pany (Indiana) is a cor­ poration owned by the people at large, doing for the . people, to the best of its ability, a big job in a highly Specialized branch of es­ sential industry. Thtee years ago the ownership was spread oyer 4623 stockholders. x Today tj^e ownership is spread over 19,478 stoclcholders, of wnom 7, 200 j^e emplpy^es. Not one of the 19,478 owns as much as 10 percent of the total stock. ^ . ■ ■■ . • / . • : The stockholders have vested the authority of management in a Board of Directors *of seven men. All are skilled in their individual branch of s activity and all have earned their . right to a seat on the Board by dis-' playing unusual ability. It is.the ambition of this Board to - operate the Company in such a fair , and square way that you, as stock­ holder or . customer, shall...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 August 1921

■: -.-.O ' ..■ _V . : '■■ ■■ •'\" ■ - ■ ■ I* Vi / ■ ■■--'.T. \\ \\ :. .■■ ,■ ■/.. ■■■ • ' V . . . t ■ • •.•-' y • .•• • ••• ' •••-•' „•' ' • . \\ :-w ' f _ . _ . , . , ■ ■ POOB COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, WIBw AUGUST 5, 1021. Income from savings and investments have helped many people over the period of increased cost of living on a fixed salary. Bfcke this bank your FIRST 8T0P PApay day Door Couiity State Bank i p MILWAUKEE . (71st Y ear) I Aug. 29,30,31 Sept. 1 ,2 ,3 Six Days Six Nights CENTS DAY OR 1 COMMUNICATIONS i t t t i m b b i l e s l e e SPECIAL. R A T E S [ ALL R A IL W A Y S ISe s t in THE LAND o t .C attle, .H orses, Sheep, 8 w in e, P on l- trjrj D airy,- A gricultu ral, H ortlcnl- 1 tn ral, i A piary P rod u cts i W om en’s I W ork, , S ch ool , W ork, an d T U B TEA K ’S H O U N D -U P o f B ad ger S tate | B oys’ an d G irls’ Club A ctivities. $1 32,0 00.00 IN PRIZES E V E R Y D A Y ! A VIA TIO N C1KCC8 SU PR EM E I IAL...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 August 1921

PageTen DOOR CDDMK ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS.V AUGUST 5, 3021. BODY ARRIVESFROM OVERSEAS i /Rem ains of Arnold Soderburg Enid ^ ..At Rfst Jn Cemetery At Little Sister Bay The remains o£ Arnold Soderborg arrived at Sturgeon Bay Saturday on the evening train, and were taken to the undertaking parlors of Henry Hahn, until Monday afternoon, when the funeral services were held from the Lutheran ehurcli at. Sister Bay. Rev. Mason delivered the funeral ‘ oration, Rev. Mark Andrews sang •two solos and Elmer Anderson from Sttirgeon Bay sang a solo. From the church they proceeded to the cemetery of Little Sister Bay where the remains were laid at rest. The / pall-bearers were all soldiers, dressed in their uniforms. The floral offerings were profuse and beautiful. Arnold W alter Soderberg was horn in Sister Bay Sept. 12, 1892. At the age of sixteen, he moved W est with • his father and sister, w here he made his home for six years. - On/Dec. 10,1914, he returned with thh rbmains of* his fa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

L A R G E S T CIRC U LA TIO W IN N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., ER IDAV, AUGUST 12. 1921 Program One of Excep­ tional Merit WILL RETURN IN 1922 Monday , Afternoon Audience Largest Addressed By Con­ gressman* Vaile Li Fifty-Nine Towns—-People Enjoy , /. Program The people of Sturgeon Bay are unanimous in pronouncing the Mu- tual-Efwell Chautauqua of 1921 which closed last Monday night as a pro­ gram of exceptional merit, giving pleasure and profit to all. The at­ tendance was large at both afternoon and evening programs, Congressman Vaile paying the community high tribute when he stated that the Mon­ day afternoon crowd was the largest afternoon audience he had addressed in fifty-nine towns. The lectures and musical numbers were all of high quality and magnetic appeal. Dr. William Forkell held his hearers entranced by his description of “The Silent Hero,” Jean Valjean, of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece, Les MIS' erables. The lecturer made a strong pilea f...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

, . DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE,\" STURGEON BAY, WIS^ 50ggod cigarettes for lOcfrwn j one sack of GENU INE \"BULL” DURHAM y g , TOBACCO c o n s u l t a t i o n FREE TO THE SICK DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men, Women and children, and offers to all that will call on th a t day, d att and during the hours given below, con* •ultationandadvioe FREE OF CHARGE a. m. 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICfc In the treatm ent of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago maintains. An honest opinion end diagnosis always given. $ qHe has to his credit many wonderful cures in diseases of the Stomach. Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and other rectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump­ tion also throat and ear diseases. BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples, Scrofula, Tumors, Goiters, Appendicitis, Tetter, Eczema, Fits, and all consti...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

O O O BO O SSR ADVOCATE, BTPBQBON HAY, WW* AUGUST 12, 1021. What U Every Mother’s Hope s Sturdy, energetic chfldren radiating health, are a source of pride and joy to their parents. And their development depends largely on their food. Children, undernourished and unwisely fed^gre weak and unhealthy, and many times anemic. Disease easily grasps them, for their undeveloped constitu­ tions are unable to resist the disease germs. No food will have greater influence \\in making your children vigorous and healthy than Grape-Nuts. Served with milk or cream, Grape-Nuts is ah ideal body, brain and nerve food. It is made from wheat and barley. Grape-Nuts offers a high food value, and it is as delicious as it is healthful. I Children find delight in the crisp, sweet ribh-- hessofGrape-Nuts. ' I 1 if j ’ A dish at breakfast or lunch for a few days and you’ll agree \"There's a Reason” for Grape-Nuts. Nutrition and economy combined. •Nuts—-the Body Builder “There's a Reason'* THE CLEARING HOUSE ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

• ' ' • ' f ' ’ - ’ ' ■ 7 - . v ' » 1 - ' V JDOOB w roft: ^ VOC^I^ BTIJIiGEO^ BAY, WIBn AUGUST ia, 1021. . . = ✓ 1 S lf# & 8 1 ® mMm Cords Fabrics Low Cost Mileage Fpr the Big Car Every FiskTire is a guar­ antee that you will get mileage at a low cost. Fof satisfaction* safety and economy you buy a “sure thing” when you , buy Fisk Tires. T You are safe ^vhen you buy a known and' repu- table product at a low price Sold otfly by Dealers 1 A * « ♦ « ! H « *W « » W H * W W * » W W « W IW ISM & tibW W j\\ M I jS w , Hundreds of millions in gold are piled up in the Federal ■ Beserve Banks of the country to protect member banks and their depositors and to develop the Nation’s resources. Patrons of our Bank enjoy this additional security and ’ business will be encouraged and sustained. Progressive men will recognize the benefits to, be derived \\ by this community because our Bank is a Member of the “Fed­ eral Beserve System.” We invite YOUR Banking Business. BANK...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

d o o r o o tm rir a d v o c a t e , s t d k g b o * b a t , w ib u a c g c s t 1 2 ,1021. ti Bay” Contest Prize Winners FIRST PRIZE—MALCOLM JESKE. SECOND PRIZE—LELAND WULF. THIRD PRIZE—iVIRS. RUBERT HITT. FOURTH PRIZE—MISS JESSIE POEHLER FIFTH PRIZE—MRS, R. ARNOLD. m ' R a i l o i r s I 1j .i 1wt.i~ - W | ^Ira- Waterhouse left for their homes p a u e y s F ia T D O r | at Chicago Sunday after spending a D eath'of Mrs. Martin Hickey, Sr. i week, rusticating at Scenic Grove With sadness we are .called upon to Resort, chronicle the death of Mrs. Martin Mr and Mrg Jag McArdle are re. Hickey, Sr., who just two weeks pre* joicing over the arrival of a baby vious buried her husband. girl, the little stranger haVing arrived Mrs. Hickey passed away at : the gundily nJght Both mother Sr. Vincent hospital, Green Bay, on babe are dQi nice,y Tuesday at 1:50 a.m., death being caused from ulcers of the stomach I Carl Christenson, wife and daugh- and grief. The funeral was held er Evelyn of-Chicag...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

Six p o o r o o u n t t i p v o c A T f r EON B A E .W IH , AUGUSXr'j.2^ 1921. „ / , LOCALS W.C.T.U. Picnic— The W.C.T.U. w ill hold its annual picnic at the home of Mrs. Brooks nest Tuesday, August 16. A cordial invitation is extended to all members and friends. Few Blackberries— The blackberry crop is reported as being light, due to the hot and dry weather. Those who have gone to the nearby blackberry fields have returned with but a few quarts. Annual Picnic— The Moravian Sun­ day school and congregation are hold­ ing their annual picnic at Scott’s Planning to Enlarge— The . Hage- F O R meister Produce Co. w ill probably enlarge its. branch plant in the town of Sevastopol, just north Of th is city, for the purpose of making all the ice cream sold by the company in. this county. If present plans are carried out it w ill necessitate' extensive chan­ ges in the local plant. Jailed For Stealing Coat— Joseph Gigot, of the w est side, w a s arrested last week for stealing a fur coat ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

y -/ T i ************* ** ♦+»■»■#»♦» «»♦»»♦»■»♦♦» » ***** p o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a te , s t u r g e o n b a y , w u l, a u g u s t 12, 1021. Pose Sevemt ot the Calumet PERSONAL M ENTION SEW8 7 NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW Leona Marie Weber of Milwaukee is a guest of Miss Stella Beyer. Mrs. Hattie Karste went to Sheboy­ gan Monday to yisit her eon Fred and other relatives and friends^ £ Attorney W. E. Wagener was a •business visitor to Milwaukee and i Green Bay latter part of last'week. • Mrs. Thos. Farrell of Escanaba, Mich., visited with her brother, My­ ron Brabazon and family for the past ,v two weeks. Mrs. F. L. Watters and family of Shelby, Ohio, arrived here within the week and are now occupying their summer cottage down the bay shore. Mrs. E. C. Foltz, Louisville, Ky., arrived Monday and' will spend a month or more at the home of Mrs. W. ,A. Sanderson in the .third ward. Rev. S. Groenfeldt, DeiPere, was in the city Tuesday, returning...

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 — 12 August 1921

V aca Eight POOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS.. AUGUST 12, 1921. i Circus, Menagerie & Wild West STURGEON BAY A I i p 1 C MONDAY, nllU. 19 ! A comprehensive ensemble of the world’s best COMBINED The Famous J Davenport Family of Riders A herd of performing elephants. A hosjt of clowns. The world’s greatest Japanese wonder troupe. A whole school of educated, knowing Shetland ponies. Arlington Sisters in Beautiful Living Statuary Poses!. T r a i n e d D o g s ! Trained M onkeys! Crillions Aerialists Supreme Thrilling Wild West E X H I B I T I O N Oow Boys, Cow Ciirls, Bron­ cho Busters, Trick and Fancy | Riders, Mexicans, Indians, Daring Feats in Horsemanship! WORLD’S HORSE FAIR 300 ix^en, women and horses employed* A Multitude of Strange and Curious Features from All Ends of the Earth ! Two Pelrformances, at 2 and 8 P. M. Grand Free Street Parade at Noon.' It Won’t Come Down COAL PRICES HAVE BEEN FIXED BY HIGH FREIGHT RATES ANIj) BY THE COST OF LABOR AT THE MINES. Better g...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

DOOB COUNT? ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT. W B , AUGUST 12, 1921. Page N ine bis Gustav DeMeuse lost one of horses last | Saturday. , Mrs. John Hanson has been laid up for the past few weeks with a lame foot. Several families from Dist. No. 4 had a picnic dinner In Whiteflsh Bay last Sunday. Miss Catherine Peronto arrived home from Chicago to spend a few weeks vacation. Phillip Mauer, who purchased a farm in Green Bay, visited friends and relatives here.. Miss Pearl Maples, whd is em­ ployed in Sturgeon Bay, spent last Sunday at her home. Many from here attended the ball a t V etter’s Sunday night. All en­ joyed a well-spent evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and daughter Myrtle motored to Algoma and Kewaunee on business. All the farm ers enjoyed the rain Wednesday morning, which put the crops in a little better condition. The Sevastopol W.C.T.U. will meet on Thursday, Aug. 18th, at the home of Mrs. Geo. Robinson in Jackson- port. . -- The Farm Bureau meeting held at Institute last Thursda...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 August 1921

LUC STRIKE “ITS TOASTED’’ m '.M} t POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W I9-, AUGUST i2, 1021, - FlavorTs /ga r°r— \",*■ B E T T E R D EA D Life is a burden when the body •is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim ' becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take GOLD MEDAL Title national remedy of 200 years it is an enemy of all pains re- .SSL* ............................. Look for t ____________________ and accept no imit.tion better GLASSES YOU WEAR SHOULD BE MADE Fori. Glasses th a t m erely seem helpful to your sight are not necessarily the lenses, th a t . w ill co rrect your vision any m ore than a pleasant-to- taste drug, is certain to cor­ rect some o ther physical ail­ m ent. Allow our optom ot- ris t to look back through your pupil— hack through th e cornea of your eyes a t th e crystaline lens. If there are no opacities he w ill dis­ cover by o th er tests the m an­ n er in w hich your weakened eye m uscles have interfered w ith y...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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