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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 April 1919

/ ■■ j . ' ' DOOR CXJUNTSraDVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8., AMttL ]&Kgi>-:8enrf)p hMM * • PERSONAL MENTION j — -Li— ! I —- ■--------• .-.•â– ••'•** •— ' ” .- ......: \"T\" - -• j •• -f V -• ■■y\" « i HEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE' YOU KNOW ! I D ied A t H ospital. Mrs. C. M. Stephenson died a t the E geland hospital last nig h t. Mrs. Stephenson had been in poor h ealth fo r some tim e, and recently u nder­ w ent an operation. R . P. K ennedy le f t Tuesday for, M inneapolis on a business trip. : M rs. Oliver J. Sim on arriv ed S a tu r­ day to spend a few da^afv& itlng w ith relatives. . y ' : M rs. Sam C ayouette of Shaw ano is ytqiting this w eek w ith relatives and friends. Miss R u th Driscoll is spending a tw o w eeks vacation a t M ilwaukee, visiting relatives. Thom as M elville l e f t Tuesday for Spokane, W ash., w here he expects to spend several m onths. H enry F etzer retu rn ed the first of f in w eek a fte r spending a few days lm M ilw aukee on...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 April 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STUBQBONBAY, APRIL 4 , 1010. f. .LAXATIVE f , % /fcr A g e d The bane of old age is constipation. The bow­ els become weak and unable to perform their functions without aid'. For this purpose only the mildest and gentlest laxative should be used. The use of harsh, cathartics aggravates the trouble and makes the constipation worse. Chamberlain's Tablets are a favorite with people of middle nge and older on account of their gentle action. Chamberlain's Tablets! SAVE the Leather ShoePolishes KeepYburShoes Neat M Q U IO S AND PASTES FOR BLACK, VW H IT E ,T A N AND OX-BIOOD^ (DARK BROWN)SHOES *JME F.F.DAUEYCORPORATIONS IT0, BUrFACO.N.V. J.G.OLLINGEB ’THE INSURANCE MAN iw rn O i REAL ESTATE AND \\STURGEON LOANS BAY* WIS 'FIRE IS YOUR PROPERTYS GREATEST FOE It’s the Improvident Man Who Neglects Fire Insurance Usually the man who can least afford to take any risk whatever. insure LATER your where home at a to be trivial See Us About Your Fire Insurance! The world pays...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 April 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8., APRIL 4. 1919. Finest Burley Tobacco Mellow-aged till Perfect -fa dash of Chocolate The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette Your Nose Knows yO Guaranteed by JrT4*jriGa*o c/oT&JCeif^^ INCORKHATCO ****** *** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *** Tested Grass Seed Seed time is almost here and we wish to an- 1 nounce that we have a new stock of pure, test- •' ed, Grass Seed, all guaranteed— ALFALFA* ALSIKE CLOVER RED CLOVER, TIMOTHY Marquis Seed Wheat — All Choice Seed. FEED GRINDING OUR SPECIALTY. HAY—STRAW—SALTr—WOOD—SEEDS j Bushman Milling Co. F. P. Bushman Mgr. i REITERATION of many expressions may become monoton- i ous but —• Some things are well worth repeating. ■ Our Officers lose no opportunity to keep ever : in front of our patrons and the public the serv- ! ice this Institution is equipped to render—and I ■ not merely adequate service, but. practical, : helpful, superior service. :: Investigate—learn of the many ways in ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 April 1919

’ • ... Choose Your Choice 11 o f our big new var- - iety of latest spring styles. Pick the pattern you like best. T hen let us take \\ your m easure. A Fine Strictly Tailored to Your Order Suit. : T here are none to be ! had any b etter at th e prices w e ask. Com e in—see w hat w e offer. W e handle th e S tar T ailoring Co’s m ade-to- m easure clothing and there is none b etter to be !• had. Com e in a t once and w e will get your new suit for Easter. Marine News TO C HRISTEN COMMANDER T /S j ET Z l U A L / T '/ / J / S - r O P ? E - Ruth Puohler Selected as One To Break Champagne Over Bow of New Tog. At the drawing conducted at the Universal Shipbuilding company's of­ fice last Saturday^Rutli, the 13-year- old daughter of Henry Puelilor, was selected as the one who will break the bottle of champagne over the new government- tug which is to be launched soon a t the Universal .yards, and to christen it the Commander This was the second drawing held for the purpose of selecting a ...

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 — 11 April 1919

VdtUM E 58 NUMB£R 3 STUBOEON BAY ADVOOAlTE— CONSOLIDATK)^—DOOE COUNTY SBliEOOSAT L A R G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N I N N O R T H E A S T E R N W ISCONSIN! STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, APRIE 11. 1910. B ie io r ic a l ftoo\"r: MADISON WIS » »* p . T W E N T Y CLUB CABARET High Falls Pow er Proposition Still Being Considered By Sturgeon Bay. ANOTHER MEETING HELD Company Offered Guarantee of Busi­ ness E qual to L ast Year’s Busi- \" ness of Municipal Plants in Door and Kewaunee Co- unties— O aa/ass Hij . Consnn-.fri The High Falls power proposition is not yet a dead issue. It is possible th at the Wisconsin Public Service Co. and the cities of Sturgeon Bay, Aigu- ma and Kewaunee together with the towns between Green Bay and this city, will be able to enter into an agreem ent whereby the company’s lines will be extended into Kewaunee and Door counties. •'» The fourth* meeting between offi­ cials of the Public Service Company and representatives of the cities and towns to” be serve...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 April 1919

Sawyer News. A new baby arrived at the David H u n t home on Monday. H. H. Kelly wont to Ladysmith Tuesday on a business trip. Louis Ja r chow was in from Maple wood Monday on business. Jos. Petersilka, of Institute, was a Sawyer business caller on Tuesday. Mark Humphrey of Littlo Sturgeon was in the city Monday on his way to Green Bay. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Benzow, of Sturgeon Bay town, on April 6th. L. P. Nebel’s crew put a cement floor in the basement of the bank building this week. Jeweler C. G. Graef and little son le ft Tuesday, for Milwaukee on a business trip of one week. Marvin Pies, who lias been laid up w ith rheumatism, is improving and able to be about the house. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nelson of Chicago are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Knudt Nelson and family. Mrs. H. W. Powers and daughter of Green Bay, spent the past week w ith Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kester. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Laitenberger a re visiting relatives at Fond du Lac an d expect to be absent abou...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 April 1919

The Standard Mr. Mr. Mr' (Indiana) S EVEN men, who have demonstrated f unusual ability in their particular branch of the business, have been en­ trusted with the task arid responsibilities of management. Mf. Robert W. Stewart Chairman of the Board . William M. Burton President ' ■ Henry S. Morton Vice-President . George W. Stahl Secretary-Treasurer Seth C. Drake General Manager—Sales William E. Warwick ■ General Manager—Manufacturing Beaumont Parks General Superintendent are now at the head of the Company's affairs. These men, all residents of Chicago, and all actively engaged in this business, and no other, are the Board of Directors. • They are responsible to the’4623 stock- • ' holders, and to the public, for the .policies governing the Company’s activities. Each Director is a highly trained specialist, who, in addition to being master of his ■ own particular specialty, has a profound knowledge of the oil business ^generally. ■ Thi s complete understanding of every phase...

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 — 11 April 1919

• ' ' n n n R n r m ) ^ i | v ^ T E , st u r g e o n BAY, WM , K H I I I U W W » # W * M | | | | - Yes, I tried It, but I went liack to Royal.” ■ This is the experience of most women who have been tempted to try so- called cheaper baking powders which almost always contain alum and often leave a bitter taste. Absolutely Pure Made from Cream o f Tartar derived from grapes Royal Contains No Alum— Leaves No Bitter Taste Boor County Advocate UBatored at the Postofflce at Sturgeon Bar, WIb., as second-class matter. FHBUSHBD BT •o sr Gouty PBbBsUog Company ib o o b p o r a t x d Address all communications to Door County Advocate. , Subscription Prfoe, #2.00 per fear. 'Os •nteitas addtess chaired, the old as well as the new address shonld he given iSTDRGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 11. - T hat Memorial Building *The vote cast in the (county on April first against appropriating $10,000 toward a Memorial building Sturgeon Bay in honor of our sol­ diers and' sailors, was so strong that ^undoubted...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 April 1919

OwSoldiefs and Sailors • “Sunuvagun! I glad get back to Sturgeon Bay Weesconsin. O Boyeee! I been all over UnitecJ States, France V Italy but no place like old Stur­ geon” Bay, Weesconsin. I 11’ Stur­ geon Bay and Sturgeon Bay 11’ me.” These sentiments expressed by Sam Skippon, the one Italian who was a member of Company F when it was organized in the spring of 1917 were repeated over and over by him and were echoed by the rest of the returning boys. There have been a number of Door county’s fighting men to return and all expressed their joy at being back to the old hoi town. Sam Skippon had the distinction of being one of the first ten men to join Company F, he previously hav­ ing been employed as a porter in the Frank Conjurske barber shop. When Company F was disbanded Sam was assigned to Company G of the 128th Infantry and stayed with them after the battle of Cheteau Thierry. It seems that after the 128tli had been in the trenches for about four weeks they were relieved and th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 April 1919

\\ ''V r LOCALS WttL.Initiate , Large , Class-r-The liid y Matciabees' •writ initiate1 k 'cia&s c t 16 now members at the Odd Fel­ lows hall tonight, after which they will entertain the teachers who are attending the-institute. W ill Hold Sale—The Congrega­ tional Sunday school is planning to have a second hand shoe sale. Any­ one having old shoes or rubbers to donate please notify Miss Helen Blau of Lela Meverden before Sat­ urday. Further particulars will be given next week. Win One Lose One—The fast Ke­ waunee Boy Scout basketball team which played here last Friday and Saturday split the series of games, winning one and losing the other. On Friday evening they were defeated toy Troop 3 and won from Troop 4 on the' next afternoon., Troop 4 will play at Kewaunee tomorrow and hope to make it a “horse apiece.” Pinched—Night watchman Joe Searth has brought several violators ef the law requiring lights on auto­ mobiles up before Justice Meverden. It seems that some of the mot...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 April 1919

DOOKOOUWTY ADVOCATE. * Pa#*Bf ew* y and we areprepar- V ed to meet the de mands of men and Y - boys who w i s h something c 1 a s s y for Easter. Made-to-Measure Suits X is one of our specialties and we hav^f a large X line of new samples for Spring and Summer. Y We guarantee a perfect fit and satisfaction. | Ready-Made Clothing | We have a large stock of ready-to-wear Clothing for Y Men and Boys and all very classy and stylish. T ALSO A LARGE LINE OP X h a ts, ca ps, d r ess sh ir t s , fa n cy sh o es, w o r e X SHOES, GLOVES, LIGHT UNDERWEAR, NECKTIES, X etc.,. in fact we can fit you Out completely for Easter or any X other occasion. SAWYER, WISCONSIN % T T T t T T T T t T T T T T t t T t T I I M W W I U » W » M I W W * * W A Long Stride Forward Just as the automobile, telegraph, and telephone are tremend­ ous improvements over the earlier modes of locomotion and communication : so ub Banking by Mail & notable development in Banking. . ‘ .■ & ■ j - s -i a . ^ , It ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 April 1919

Dr. Eames of Egg Harbor made a professional trip here Saturday. •Tuesday was qualification day. All elected officers qualilcd for the office they were elected 1o. Mrs. Dave Jacobson returned home Sunday after spending a week with relatives at Sturgeon Bay. . Miss Annabel Jameson spent the •week end with her parents at Jack- Miss Nina Blakefield attended the funeral of Miss Mae Dehos. of Stur­ geon Bay last Saturday. Joe Zak, Ignatz Goranowski, Joe Pfeifer and Mrs. Raza autoed to the county seat Wednesday. Mr. Hausenjager of Algoma, agent for the Lang extracts and remedies, called on his patrons here Friday. Mrs. Paul Leist, accompanied by her son Jas. Cooney, went to Fish Creek Sunday to be absent for a week or so. Mesdames L. D. Burns, R. Koehn and N. Z Wagener of Sturgeon Bay visited with relatives here Sunday John Roesner left for Milwaukee last Saturday. We understand that he will bring a fair companion hack with him. A party consisting of Wm. East­ man, Wm. Schultz, Will Root...

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 — 11 April 1919

~ - * Y ' DOOBOOPNTY ADVOCATE,' b a t , I •â– * :** . ■: -. ! Now She is Strong and Hearty ■/■ Philadelphia, Pai,—“I was over­ worked, run down, nervous, could not eat or sleep. I felt like crying all w e .time. I tried different remedies with­ out benefit. The doctor said it was a wonder I was alive, and when Vinol was given me I began to improve. I have taken eight bottles and am now strong and perfectly healthy in every respect, and have gained in weight. I can not-praise Vinol enough.”—-Mrs. Sarah A. Jones, 1025 Nevada St., Philadelphia, Pa. W e -guarantee Vinol to make over­ worked, weak women strong or re­ turn your money. Formula on every bottle. This is your protectioii. H. A. Stiles, Druggist, and druggists everywhere. Movies to Sturgeon Bay Canal About a month ago A rthur Ander­ son accepted a position a t the Canal Coast Guard Station and last week, he le ft'fo r th at place. Today Mrs. Anderson and her two children leave for the same place and the family will ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 April 1919

* : : ■ . ' £ ',# COVNTti ADVOCATE, OTPBOEOX BAY^W W ^ p ix ^ ' j ■ ■ a tt'M'U w u B'ui ei a j g in rg s’i t r- PRESERVE/Sfc? LEATHER | LIQUIDS erne/ PASTES For B Iock White,Tan and Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes- KF^P YOUR SHOES NEAT Tells of Experiences. Mrs. Salome Elchlnger, formerly of Brussels, but now residing in SaW- ' 1 ' ■ ' inter­ esting letter from her son Grover which tells of his experiences in France. The letter follows: . Dear Mother: I was very glad to get a letter dat­ ed Feb. 19th from y * - * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * **** T r y - Frank J. Pies & Co. SAWYER, WIS. on your next Oxy-acetylene Cutting or Weld­ ing job. They are trying to give you the best welding service in the county. ***** * * * * * * * i * ************** m i Why Take Chances... Drinking impure water when you can get ARTESIAN PURO WATER Delivered to your home in cases of four 1-gallon bottles at 25 cents. We guarantee all packages. Washed and sealed at the well. Telephone 82. Res. ...

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 — 11 April 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, Wifi., APRIL 11, 1010. ' - M^. .®S§ Shoulders A ll Baking Cares When CALUMET conies in, all baking troubles take quick leave. You go right ahead and mix up bak­ ing materials, for biscuits— cakes— anything without fear of uncertainty. Caluihet makes you forget failure. CALUMET BAKING POWDER is the most popular because it docs pi ve most perfect results. It has the big- geat demand because it is the most de­ pendable. The fact that it is the big­ gest seller proves that it is (he best. Atrial will convince you that there is none just as good.\" Buyacan—if you i are not satisfied take it back and get your money back. Calumet contains only such ingre­ dients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities, Y ob mtc when yon tirll. Yea uve wbea j o b bm it. HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST AW ARDS FORESTVHiLE Unusually heavy rains this week. Grfiss, grain and fruit prospects are very promising. Chas. Braudel lias been ill with flu and pneu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 April 1919

m m m m liiiiiliiiiilliiitli^ I9rlEt5 Action on Home Front THE SICK DR, HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all NervouB and Chronic Did* eaBes ot Men, Women and Children, and offers to all that will call on that day, date and daring the hours given below, consultation and advice FREP OF CHARGE. Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago. 111., will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda,. on Thursday, April 24, office hours 10 A M . to 8 P.M . TOTH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE in the treatment of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago main tains. An honest opinion and diagnosis always given. #f ' iKe haa_to his creditmany wonderful cures in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles.andothfirrectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and ittmguandpaves the way for consump- tionj' alSo throat and ear diseaseri, BLQODAND SKIN Diseases, Pimples, ScrofulscTumors, Goiters, Appendicitis, Tetter, Eczem...

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 — 18 April 1919

m w e w . 'c m c r u n A i i ':/ - O f N O H T H B A S T E R If W IM JO N M II STURGEON SAY APVOQATB— ^OWSOLIPATED POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON -BAY --- W IiS.,iSlIAY, AI^ TS. tMi). 3 i8 to ricalJ-o o ® ® MADISON W*» r - - ' T H B A D V O C A TE IS THIB f l W I C U I i C IT Y A i m C O U N T Y P A T W * Immense Crowds Gather to See Religs of Great World W ar. BABY TANK MAKESBIG HIT Stripped Gears P reren t Whippet From Running About City B ut I ■ Largo Number See Mementos of G reat Conflict—Speakers ' Urge Door County People ‘ to “Finish the Job.” The campaign to raise Door coun­ ty 's quota in the Victory Loan was opened T uesday wfien the w a r. ex­ hibit train, sent here by the Seventh Federal Reserve D istrict officials, drew large crowds from all parts of the county in spite of the bad weath­ er. The war relic train which, with its escort of returned Yanks and a naval band, was greeted by a large •crowd when it pulled in here at 5:45. As soon as it stopped the train wa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 April 1919

& DOOROOUNTI a d v o c a tk , s tu rg e o n bay, Sawyer News. H. H. Kelley left Momlr# for Orocn Hay. Leo 1’lutz of Maplewood was a Sawyer business caller Friday. Soren T erm anson'w ent to Green Bay Monday on a business trip. . Mr. and Mrs. Nick Nelson went to Chicago Saturday to visit relatives. Miss E thel Jacobson loft f r Dag­ gett. Mich., on Tuesday to visit rel­ atives. H. C. W aldm an, the insurance man, called on friends here while in the c'.ity Friday. M artin Jensen delivered a Moline tracto r to Peter Classon, of Jackson port, Monday. Clarence Nelson made his usual visit home over Sunday leaving for Green Bay Monday. W. E. W ulf is busy painting autos and has turned out several fine look­ ing cars this spring. ~ K. J. Backey was over from A’.go- jna over Sunday looking after bust ness at his fruit farm. Gust. Forland was at Green Bay she fore part of the week on business - S o t Fuller Goodman Co. Jule Gerondale of Brusels made large shipment of eggs from the Saw-...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 April 1919

nice you’ve made the house look” Why nottransform_j'o«rdull, worn floor or pieceof furniture by giving it an oak, walnut or mahogany finish? No longer is this a hard, tiresome, undertaking. Mirrolac stains and varnishes in one opera­ tion. It is the easy and inexpensive way to brighten and renew worn furnishings. j The Guaranteed P o V V /ll, M I R R O L A C can be applied by anyone without previous experience. Brush marks disappear before it sets” and it dries over night You can apply it over old paint or varnish. Mirrolac offers an appropriate finish for almost any surface. It comes in light oak, dark or golden oak, walnut^ mahogany, dajk mahog­ any, gold, aluminum, malachite green and in dead and gloss white and black. These finishes are durable. You can wash Hifm with soap and water. Fuller Goodman Co. KVMBER, ROOFING, FENCING AND PAINTS SAWYER, WISCONSIN P A IN T D E V O E P A I N T W W W I Why Take Chances... Drinking impure water when you can get ARTESIAN PURO WATER Delive...

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 — 18 April 1919

ixk b .county a d voca to , btu bo eo n ba y , m , A w ( n .i» ,i» i» . Boor County Advocate ' Mater«d *t the Postofflce a t Sturgeon . • Bay, W la, as second-class matter. FD B U SH B D BY Comity Publishing Company IB O O R PO R A ttlD A ddress atl com m unications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price. 82.00 per Year. ( a ordering addreea changed, the old aa : w ell aa the new a«ldrena ahonld be given . STURGEON BAY. W IS., A PRIL 18. Homes For People. Sturgeon Bay has reached the - p o in t w here th ere is n o t a vacant bouse to be secured by fam ilies de­ sirin g to move here to m ake th eir borne. Less th an two years ago “for re n t” signs w ere to be seen on many residences Now when a house be- com es vacant there are upw ards of fifteen to tw enty applicants for it. S urgeotn Bay has notsufficient houses to accommodate the dem and which is increasing daily. Some have found room s for light housekeeping, others tare boarding, aw aiting the first op­ po rtu n it...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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