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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 December 1918

M W ltn iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii BUSINESS DIRECTORY Iw i i i i i r i iW iiiM M i i w l B!at«r«d At ib* Postofflce stB ttiegoon Bay, Wto.,' as second-class matter. : floor Pmcttce U nited to RECTAL ,I?l8RASE8 /lK cel4i«eth*ele 1404 Majestic Batldln* - MILWAUKEE, WIS. G.R.RGELAND ■ ' - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ^Offieea inMerchanta Exchange Bunk ~ Building. Phone *3. 8TURGEQN BAY, WIS. « Addressalloommunlcatlojiato ^ Door County Adrocato. Sobeertptlon PHce, ffi.00 jper Year. o r d e r in g a j l n u d u u t d , l U o U n i K II m t k e » « w ■d dresa Bhonld b e | t m DET.O.PBOCTOE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offices ovefrvDoor :CountY State Bank. STURGEON BAY,! WIS. N. N. STBAND 'Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A.W0ERFEL DENTIST Across street from Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. OURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON .Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY ADOLPH O. WOERFEL • OPTOMETRIST Tested, ' Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drag Store. SAWYER, WIS. E. 0. HUMKE, M.D.O. VETERINARY SURGEO...

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 — 6 December 1918

» « « with nuraer- promiscuously it Is JOHN C. . • 7 FRANCE, October 34, Tsi8. Door C o u n ty Advoc-u Tf^fcf,pm, w lr morning until f a t e * * * m m A *£• • » » «n Haft,* tom farm wnioii ow «»y *«*» flfBtaw thsss lost few *••Â¥*. J W)ien this war Is ovsr and the nations of the earth are at peace once more France will retain aerota her . bosom an evil, ugly scar that will not heal for .years and years I don’t know to what uso can be put some parts of th at stretch of “no man’s land” that reaches from-the sea to Ver­ dun. and beyond. Its width varies as does Its degree of devastation. I pre­ sume the thrifty French will reclaim the greater part of this great waste ipd In time It will again be tilled soli and growing crops with villages and cities here and there, but It will be a great many years after all that has taken place before the reclamation of this re­ gion is undertaken. Now It seems a hopeless task, an Im­ possibility. I doubt If a great many of the cities a...

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 — 6 December 1918

DOOB O O U N fl ADVOCATE, 8TPRCEON BAY, W W , DECEMBER 0 , 1918. Pacs wm 500 Laborers for SHIP YARD Government Work. Apply to U. S« Employm’t Service 805 York St. MANITOWOC, WIS. (3 6 w 3 ) i! Nettie Denessen i: For Sale Cheap. Apply to Denessen Bros, i 711'Bond St. _ : Green Bay, Wisconsin ( 3 5 w 4 ) ! Wood Sawing I am prepared to saw wOod in city or country. JOS. HABERLIE Phone 602-F-3. (3 6 -tf) WASHINGTON ISLAND. Mr. and M ra A ugust K oyen Sundayed a t th e home of Mr. and Mrs. Nor Shells* v id e . Chas.. Jensen has beep fishing with Berend Andersen and gotrlriome in tim e to help h is w ife to celebrate her birth­ day, Nov. 30th. Many, little home parties w ere made pp for Thanksgiving- and' the real cheer prevailed, as' the tables groaned w ith good things. There-w ere no services. ' Capt. J. W. Cornell got home S atu r­ day from Oreep B ay w here he had been fishing herring. H e w as not feeling v ery w ell when he arrived b u t Is some b e tto r. now. Skipper Bet end A ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 December 1918

ADVOCATE. BTUKGEON BAY. WIB.. D B C EM B E tj£^19i8. YOVft CH R I ST ! S H O P P I N G WORRYING YOU? Your Photograph 1$ the answer to your problems. . They will please : / ALL your friends • -—save your time and temper, and • • be easy on your pocket book. : ^ M ake an appointment today. Rieboldt Studio Ground Floor. Phone 183-W Across from the Opera House. LOCALS Copy of a recent Issue of the jKtwLBlock, a magazine for the wotil{er»Jln the big shipyard in Mani­ towoc. The-m agazine has twenty pages and la full of good articles and Man W inter •struck his first hard blow for the season of i918-1919 omSunday when this vicinity was visited by a heavy snowfall. Reports from the north­ ern part of the county state th at the fnll of snow was much heavier than Will Answer Food Questions—The County Home Demonstration Agent, will be glad to answer any question in regard to “Food for the Sick,” or will furnish upon request a copy of the diet to be used in cases of influen­ za or other d...

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 — 6 December 1918

PO O R COVSTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W18M DKrreW RKR gf iflig . m m i m i i »W W W» H ♦ WW»MI»II11M If f Make It an Electrical Gift The«biest'gift of all 1$ the Electrical Gift, and especially this Christmas when useful'gifts are. most desired. , A t this shop you will find just the gift-piece you* want for ' ’• mother, wife, sister or sweetheart, that will not only please them but will add to. their comfort as well. 4! An Electrical Gift wijl last for years, a constant reminder of your thoughtfulness and a delight to the recipient. Visit our store today.'find pick out the gift you know each one pf them likes best or wants most. e . TEe Electrical Shop L. H. NEBEL Stock Feeds No matter what breed of cow you have—the highest or the lowest—she can work, only at one-half or one-third capacity in milk production if you fq ej her a one-sided, ration. A cow can­ not make milk without sufficient quantities of protein, fat and carbohydrates in h e tfe e d and she cannot do her best...

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 — 6 December 1918

T t ie E lg h t DOOR COUNTY AllVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1S., DECEMBER 0, 1018. 1 — - — -- ■ F E E MISERABLE IRON THAT COLD? , ^ J i -mm j * Colds and coughs are quicker relieved by Dr. King’s New Discovery lU body should feel \"ncrfeetly tnla* Viable” from a cold, cougli or bronchial a ttack for very long. For it takes only m little while.to relieve t and get back « • the road to recovery wncn Dr. Kxfig’s New Discovery 13 faithfully need. It soon loosens the phlegm, re* Seres irritation, soothes tl:e parched, •O K throat, brings comfort. Half a century old and more popular Coday than ever. A t all druggists. lilake Your Bowels Behave . Make them function with gratifying :jpiccision. If regulation of_the diet does not relieve their torpidity Dr. King’s New Life Pi lip \\yill They are perfcct bowel trainers, cleanse the system surely, comfortably. Iiosos Tips of Fingers—-Hjalmar Knutson of Sevastopol was rushed to th e Egeland hospital Saturday after lie had lost the tips of three fi...

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 — 6 December 1918

PO O R COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS., DECEM BER 6. 1018.' TnK P j f i s f • ■% Makes Such 1 Light, Tasty Biscuits Just let mother call, “Biscuits for Breakfast!” W e’re sure there’s a treat that can’t be beat in store for us — light, tender biscuits — toasty brown and all puffed up with goodness ! For mother is sure of her baking powder— Calumet. She never disappoints us because T BAKING CHICAGO CP’ CALUMET BAKING P O W D E R never disappoints her,. It’s dependable. Results always the same—the best. Try it. C alum et contains only such ingre­ d ients as h p e b een approved offi­ cially b y tb e U .S .F o o d A uthorities. Ton Save When You Buy It. Yon Save When You Use I t H1GHESTS E at Mince Pie m ade w ith N o n e S u c h M in c e m e a t v IMve Mother Zk& LtoM sifj Q w c ld y R eady S x Crust IK&rUme Recipe Book Free (M erteH 'Soule Co., Syracuse, HY F IS H G REEK . T h e tu g S e a rc h s to p p e d h e re on h e r tm y to S tu rg e o n B a y w ith a lo a d ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 December 1918

VT POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WPS., DECEMBER 6, IM S . / w ' • 3&.,' INFLUENZA SITUATION A good ^ sm ile m akes its own way.Right living m akes the sm ile. / INSIANTPOSTOM instead of coffee puts many a man on the way to smiling health and success. iHERESA REASON\" aA A A aA . A A A '// | |Jse Only the Best I ! DAIRY FFEDS Dairy Feeds have been fried by many Door County fanners and we can furnish testimonials as to their merits to any one looking for a big milk produoer. V KRAUSE S1TQCK FEED KRAUSE H O $ FEED PEP H O R S ^ fE E D Stock Tonic and Chicken Feeds. Bay View Roller Mills Flour—Feed—Hay—Straw—Salt A A a4 a What Is Being Done Here and Else- • whero—Why No|, Quarantine? W o h av e n o w h ad e ig h t w eek s o f so- c alled p re v e n ta tiv e m e a s u re s a g a in st th e. Influenza. C h ild re n h a v e been ru n ­ n in g o n th e s tr e e ts a n d th e S u n d ay h a s bccom o th e d re a rie s t d a y o f th e w eek fo r th e m a jo rity o f o u r people. ...

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

S^QEON BAY ^VOCATE-^ONdbLXDATED— DOOE COUNTY DEMOCRAT f STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13,1918. Prominent Door County ftesi- dents Succumb to Influenza and Pneumonia. SOME DIEOUTSIDiE COUNTY *E#i« F la Takes W ell Known People aa Victims W ithin Week—Many Brought-Here For Burial. W ithin the past week more prom­ inent aiid -well known residents of -j: Mlor county have passed away, in- ,v ftaenza being the causo of. death in : tike majority of the cases. Though tiitere have been a large number of v_ dtiatbs, there were less tban in the ’ liwt tew weeks, fa most cases- the dfeathB occurred outside and the ro- aialns'were brought here for burial. Dorothy DeKeyser. • Miss Dorothy DeKejreer died at * te e home of her parents, Mr. and . IbB. Joseph DeKeyser, at Birchwood, „'7\"Wte., on last Friday, death being due t*.-' pneumonia, with which the de* eeased had been ill for but a short ••• 4tate. The body was brought here by Mr. . asi' Mrs. Pat W hite of Birchwood, ic-Jim parents o...

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 — 13 December 1918

= ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Sawyer News. Miss Esther Hanson left Tuesday * u r Green Bay,. Clarence Nelson returned to 'flrccn Bay Tuesday after visiting hie fam ily. . '• ftev. H, N. Pfeifer spent part of JHomiay and Tueslay at Algotna. ■ Mrs. Jerre MacFarland who was Ibere on a visit returned to her home \"■tiWBaay. P . Q. Jacobs has been helping out Goettelman, W arner Co.’s during ^ e e p ast week. Several car loads of milk wore ^shipped from Jhe Van Camp con- ^ eo scry this week. Henry Johnson one of the conduc­ t o r s on-the K. G. B. & W. Ry., was bsere on business Tuesday. Chas Goettelman of Milwaukee \"than been here this week assisting* at .‘goettelm an W arner Co.’s store. ’Bie tug Search came in Saturday Willi 6,000 pounds of fresh fish which i u t shipped to Green Bay by rail. H ark Humphrey of Little Sturgeon .Ifcrtt the train here Monday for Algo- UMi on a business trip, returning the «Mune day. All,the buslpess(places here are ob- ^wrving the closing order on...

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 — 13 December 1918

^ I DOO« COUNT? ADVOCATE, SHJBGHOK &AY, ^ *0OR OOtnVTY SCHOOL NOTES. -~ »tot. No. 3 Forestville purchased a n^w oil stove with the money which tkey made at their fair. The school society gave $5 to the adult fund of a » U . W. W..C. In Dist. No. 5 Nasewaupee they iav e purchased a picture of Lincoln, a gas lamp, a ,waste basKet and. sash ottrtains for the windows from the nwney earned at a box social last jsa r. ■ ' ’ The pupils ef Dist. No. 7 town of liberty Grove held a meeting and or­ ganized a school society with'the fol­ lowing officers President, Tessle FJchtner V. P., Ruby Johnson Sec., U ary Magnett. Committees were ap­ pointed to report on the War Savings and Red, Cross work at the next meeting. Dist. No. 8 Sevastopol- has secured a 100 per cent War Savings pledge made by pupils. This was greatly. «tae to the members of the W ar Sav­ ings Committee of which Frieda Witt is the chairman. ^The'latter has sent for the W. S. Service pins. The pupils of DM. No. 1 Br...

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 — 13 December 1918

w m ■ p o o r oofmrr a d v o c a t e , w b b b t o m b a y . V, , i,- ,.i fUICKLYJELlEVED .Ytr.lpjag’sNewDlscoveryused^ since Grant was President Get a bottle today I t did i t for your grandma, for your 'lath er. For fifty years this well-known ■ cough and cola remedy has kept an ■evergrowing army of friends, young j m d old. ' For half a century druggists every* ••here have sold it. Put a bottle m \"your medicine cabinet. You may need St in a hurry. Sold by druggists ■everywhere._________________ . Bowels Acting Properly? They ought to, for constipation snakes the body retain waste matters a n d impurities th at undermine the \"health and play havoc with the entire system. Dr. King’s New Life Pills are .reliable and mild in action. All \"druggists. Slanders, Walken, “Bets-it” for Corns Wsrid Has Never Known Its Equal •W hat will got rid of my corn?\" Ww answ er has been made by mil* Hons there’s only one oorn-remover th a t you can bank on, th at’s abso* thinly certain, th...

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 — 13 December 1918

County News. W ASBBtGION ISLAND. S to res a r e taking ari a h o lid a y atU re a a d largo w in ter sto c k s are to b e ' seen Ja m o st pla'ces. ‘ . - ’ ___ W ord w a s received liy N . G. N elson th a t h i s ' m otiier had p assed a w a y a t W lthee, W la l.o n th e . 8th Inst. S h e hail \"been sic k a lo n g tim e. T h e ' rem ain s h a v e been s e n t h e r e fo r b u r ia l.' : ’ • ,■s J a m es B oyce g o t back la st w eek - from Green B ay w h ere h e h a s 'b een en gin eer on a la rg e tu g the p a st season . : H e e v ­ id en tly had th e F lu b efore h e g o t hom e aa h e is n ot feelin g' a n y too w ell a s y e t. . F red R ich ter h a s pulled ou t h is pound n e ts near D etroit H arbor b u t th e n ets . are s till in a t J a c k sd n ' Harbor, a s it ■ se em s tlia l th e herrin g are s till running there, i One com p any th ere h a s p u t up c o v e r -800 packages, and a ll are s till flsh- lng. ' : .. H is s W inona Y oung entertain ed a few o f h e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 December 1918

I: 1 * ’ / S J V a ■' g&VV ''. . .-*d W M W H H U i M m p4ilc POOB OOimTY ADVOCAl^ 8T I^E O W BAy, yi9H PBCBiaBEB t * TO«f» ijjrp '6t tln^ofriiUbtt Juat as many of them as formerly but that they have, taken another ronte during their fall migration and that If ronditfonB are favorable . another year there wlU he inaf aa many of- these waterfowl here as formerly. Breaking Into Cottage—Rev.? S. Groenfeldt,' the pwner of the roman­ tic spot known as Shivering: Sands, has been very generous In allowing people tq. enjoy the .comforts of his summer home without any charge. Some unknown party lias taken ad­ vantage of his generosity, and'have carried away some of the furnish­ ings of the house, etc. Groenfeldt says it seems “ungratefulness Is the reward of the wqrld.” From now on no one will be allowed the use of his cottage without a written permit from him to Mr. John Wester, who Is the cusfodijvn of the place. He has strong suspicion who took the arti­ cles and you may hear ...

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 — 13 December 1918

POOR OOUffTY ADVOCATE, STUttGKON Bflgg.W Ifc, DECEMBER 13, 1018. Pag* S tn a N?» « « W » I W » M I H I M M M I M I 11 SALffi—A few tons of loosehay. litjf?Tdf 8QU1BR8 GROCERY. i»e£,:? :j’n - : , ' (»38wi) C i p WASTED—F or general hotel Wbrk. Inquire a t HOTEL BHIKWO. Rhone 182. '. ' (*38wl) IifRtR—Somewhere .o n C ed a r street, -,g puree w ith it large-am ount of money. M m ler w ill kindly retu rn to The Advo­ cate office and receive reward.. 38w2) L**5P—Severalw eeks ago, either at^Xm- stifchte or Sturgeon Bay a sum of pa- jns1'money. Finder w ill be liberally te- vrayded by returning to this office. (48-1 PERSONAL MENTION NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE 70V KNOW |» M * t w i M I I ............ I I I H i n #» m » m h V^gtMIP—Suit ease on Green Bay road, hptween Sawyer and Clover Leaf • ^ u e r can secure same by calling at Joee.phLVKiapatch’s, Nasewaupee, two m iles northw est of Maplewood. Phone Frqatville 39-4. (*38wi) XiOOTVvDr. taken, h y m istake In W ash­ burn's...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 December 1918

•t'vi It A 7 --V Useful or Fanciful Gifts SUGGESTIONS SUGGESTIONS i i t l J m m I I #1.1 i JSZi'itX V.-M& ^ m » x l l f p l ^ for LADIES and GIRLS h a n d k er c h iefs plain, embroidered or ini­ tial. GLOVES Kid, wool or chamois. BELTS and GIRDLES Leather, vachette or metal HOSIERY Silk, wool or lisle. WRITING SETS Metal trimmed sett IVORY for the dressing table. XMAS APRONS Dainty tea aprons. TABLE RUNNERS Tapestry or linen. *y KIMONAS & BATHROBES (Second floor) LINGERIE Silk or lawn. PERFUMES i-- Melba and Jurgens] TRAVELING BAGS - and Suit Cases. PURSES Large and small. SLIPPERS A beautiful line. / FURS \" V - Muffs, Scarfs and Sets* WAISTS Silk or lawn. PETTICOATS Silk or sateen. COATS, SUITS, SKIRTS At one-third off. SWEATERS Scarf Sets. - STATIONERY in boxes. JEWELRY Broaches, pins, earrings. NECKWEAR Daintiest of dainties. BLANKETS A warm gift. HAIR RIBBONS \" Regulation lengtha-—39c to 59c. W hether its a gift for the home, either for Father or Mother, Brother or ...

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 — 13 December 1918

MT-- RtV ana munMimm ... ’ MARINE NEWS ITEMS round Keweenaw. P o int on th e n ig h t o f N bv. 24 m ay have been lo st Bolters ^Churned Milk N o n e S u c h MINCEMEAT Send for :trateclRe M erteH-SouIe Co, SyracoeeNY From your Hardware WANTED! 500 Laborers for SHIP YARD Government Work. Apply to U. S. Employm’t Service 805 York St. MANITOWOC, WI8 (36w3) boats the stea m er H uronic o f the N orthern N avigation lines are m aking a trip oi exploration am ong the* islands. C apt. M . Leclerc of the F rench na^y, who w as in charge of the three .•C which. «l n r a hard fight w ith the storm , arrived a t the Soo la st T hursday to make arran g em -m s for a tu g to explore the uninhabited por­ tions of the north Canadian shore. The captain gave a graphic account of the storm w hich his ship w eathered and intim ated his belief th a t the ships ore either foundered or wrecked on som e un­ known shore. Both of the m issing mine sw eepers carry ' w ireless equipm ent, b u t th eir oper...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 December 1918

. - ■ b a y , , Jiw s., De c e m b e r i s , i f t k * / , ' •. ' • ^ ProceedingsCounty _ Board of Supervisors APRIL SPECIAL SIOaSION *Np 1 , P ro c e e d in g s .o r th e sp e cia l 9 t t h e C o u n ty B o n rd o f Supe.rvtB*re h(Ad a t th e C o u rt .H ouse, C ity o t S t i r g a w H a y . “W isc o n sin , o n th e 24t*» • « * o t A p ril, \"1918. • M eetin g ' c a lle d to o r d e r b y tfie tS ialr* m a n a n d ro ll c a lle d b y C lerk . A il raona- ^ers b e in g p re s e n t. M oved, seco n d ed a n d c a rrie d t h a t J o ­ se p h H o s le tt b e re -e le c te d ctialnnMW b y •ac clam atio n . M oved, seco n d ed a n d c a rrie d t h a t J . V r. R o g c re bo re -e le c te d v ic e -c h a irm a n \"by a c cla m a tio n . ,, T h e C o m m itte e s a s a p p o in te d b y th e ■C hairm an w e re re a d b y th e C le rk . . s M r. W m . C o n w ay b e in g p re s e n t a d - -d ressed th e B o a rd a n d spoke. o n , th e S ta te T ru n k ld n e sy stem . A re s o lu ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 December 1918

^ - ^ - ^ ^ a S S a 55= 5S S 55= = = a 5S ttS S eB S = a= S S 55s S : ^ S 9 1 ' \"m M rip* _ Board of Supervisors (Continued from Page 10) * ■ b o o k , c o tm r y COUNCIL JT t)E- ' - ~ FENSB ACCOUNT: - trlJr Door County News,.8upply_$ 0.00 2-lB Mtss E» Glelsner, copying ■ — enrollment : i . ----- .-..'... a-23 Door County News, Supply 3- 2 -Door County !Newa, fidpnljr. 3-1 r Stfj. Bay Advocate, Supply 3-15 Door. Caunty News, supply 3-15 Mrs. Alex.-Graham, labor— 3-15 W. Hoorres,- draying-— - ■3-15 ix. M. Washburn 'supply—- :3t15 Scofield Co., Bupply—-— a-lB B. E. Madden, lahor and cp. 3-15 Mrs. T. A. Egan, Exp.- of airs. H atch'. —— .------ 3-15 Remington/Typewriter ,Cq. rent of typewriter- 3-15 Door Co. Pub. Co., supply—\" 3-15 Jos. Hoslett, 'Exp. to con- ventlon —...................... 3-22 Door County News, supply 1 L. M. 'Washburn. -• supply- 23.00 12.00 11.70 9.75 28.00 13.00 1.00 6.65: •4.80 5.10 4.11 3.80 7.50 6.25 23:30 30.40 3.10 k. .m- g » «*^aaa5.P^1 4- 1 Mrs. M...

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 — 13 December 1918

t »**»*♦»**» » H I I M « H i n n . . . . . n l * « » i ■ n . srt ■« ^ 11 f H I 111 l i t 111111 It | M |1 H i l l m i l l l i l t HI yaw/ ', V -iL '& i. v i l v V f c . rT j r t, StyfeplusClothes S 2 5 a n d $ 3 J K Styleplus Overcoats $25, $30, $35 . \" ■\" ■\" ■ ,-- ' -.... ■ Styleplus Clothes are the only known price of Standard Value Clothing made in the world. Each grade backed by the maker is with a guaranteeofe full value and a surety of.adjustment to ab- solutely satisfy each customer. You can pay more, but here is an opportunity to practice intelligent economy. ~ 1 With the known price for each grade and the one price to all means that you can buy quicker and safer. s • We also show other well known makes of suits and overcoats at from $10 to $35 fpr Men and Young Men. Buy at the Men’s Store where you can buy clothes quick and eafely. Your confidence and money is our bread and butter. We’ll give you better service. Thank you. ' . C L O T H IN G HO...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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