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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 August 1918

W fT JT YOU M O N E Y Not more customer- Soap 3 3 bars to they last QUALITY GOODS of a GREAT SHORTAGE 15c Canvas GLOVES It is a long time since can­ vas gloves have been sold at 9c we know-you’ll appreci­ ate it. (limit 2 pair to a cus­ tomer) this Grand “Drive” that will throng fill their needs not only for the present but for sr. Loads upon loads of this great purchase eks and every possible preparation has been Lbered. We want to emphasize very strongly I vastness of the Bargains that will be found on if merchandise of this great purchase have been ities of a given article. We therefore are in no here with expectations tusied up to a pitch and - •' / \" ' ' ■ APPRECIATE / jrou will not ask us to se£cl goods on approval. pou will not write or ph&ne for any of the advertised goods.: will help to avoid disappointments and serve you best. U - rou. lay” A MONSTER SALE OF HOUSE DRESSES 2-98 Made of gingham and percale in as­ sorted fancy stripes and plaids, also plain colors...

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 — 23 August 1918

STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY OF DOOR^s*. I, R. Herlache, county cleric of said county of Doc to me by the secretary, and of all persons for whom nomi cincts of said county, on the 3rd day of September, 1918. j U[owing is a in my office, and who are in ce , wards and election pre- OFFICB GOVERNOR ............ ' ’ X*:' ■ N LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SECRETARY OF STATE... STATE TREASURER.. . , » ATTORNEY GENERAL. . . REPRESENTATIVE IN C O N G R ESS........... STATE SENATOR.. . . . . . 9KEPBER OF A88EHBLY. ~ COUNTY CLERK . . . . . . . . ' • N - -r,_ r OOUNTY TREASURER. .X SHERIFF.. . . . . . . . . . DEMOCRATIC n a m e HENRY A. MOEHLENPAH.. JOHN W. HOOAN. .*., X,. ?VrtvT.'. ' ' 1 1 Z ' 1* OSCAR F.ROESSLER . . . . . “ t , \"*1 '* * FRANK J. EGHRER ............. t ! . }} ' r 1 L 9 r . • • , th o m a s h . Ryan. j r . . . . . ' . . . ’. ANDREW R. MCDONALD .. . CORONER \" S ' CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT court. . . . . . DISTRICT ATTORNEY.^. REGISTER OF DEEDS..v.-. SURVEYOR y r . ^ y , PARTY PRECINCT 0OM-...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 August 1918

*j p r * _______________________ Xs ■ POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. \"STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUGUST 23, 1918. Pago Eleven. '■■'■’ ■■'«^D«fe$S'- v DIRECTORY i « I I I M « ♦ W W » W W DR. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to - , - \" RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. Patronize Only Licensed Threshermen A picture of the license appears herewith and should be carried by all threshing machines in Door county Whether owned by farm ers company or hoc: This license is evidence that the owners of the nffichirie have agreed to live up to the grain saving rules of the Food Administration the rules are fair and reasonable and any man who is unwilling to abide by them should be considered an allay of the kaiser. . By authority of the County Council of Defense all members of Town­ ship Councils are expected to report machines which do not carry licenses, at once. In. the event th at the license has been applied for and not received this also should b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 August 1918

l% f T iI* * * ----- DOOR COUNT* AD VOCATE, gCTTRQEOW BAY, WIB., aug Us t w vm t ' 1 '■ A t Request of Antl-SaloonJjeaguo He ■ Decides Not To Run For the The many * friends '‘anil supporters, of. Rev. S. Grocnf eldtV candidate for tlieas\" sembly, •will be disappointed to - leant th a t th at gentleman ■ has withdraw!) frotn the racA Hi's decision was largely due to the efforts of J. O Scdar, .Who represents the Anti-Saloon league, and who spent several days here, looking-af. 'te t political affairs. Mr. Scdar iiitS*] mated to Mr. Groenfoldt that the league, which ho represented favored the return o f,'Assemblyman Graass to the legisla\" .tuire, believing that he could ho counted oh to vote for the constitutional amend­ ment which would carry state-wide pro*1 hibition in Wisconsin. ‘ Not having figured on getting the wet vote in this county and being asked to '.withdraw by the dry forces or make a vigorous campaign, Mr. Groenfoldt de\" . oided that, inasmuch as he only allowe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

' S V f - ■%' £ ^ . Wr'- 4,156 ... ■ - v ■ \"■Mt i M V & k STUB6E0N BAY ADVOCATE— CONSOLIDATED— -DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT v'3.' n u m b e r - ' : a s ' 3 liA R G E S T C f f i C P m i O l f , I N N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN -gat. STURGKON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918. jHiatorLcal Rooms MADISON WIS t h e b e s t a d v e r t i s i n g M ED IU M IN D O OR C O U N T T Large Crowds Attended Door County’s Patriotic Day at State Park Sunday. WAS HELD IN STATE PARK Thousands of People From aU Parts g t ORmty Gather a t Eagle Ter- nicQ!: For Celebration Voder , : Auspices OfReserve Co. 11. r A Financial Success, Hdfchout a doiibo the, Patriotic Day hed at the State Park Sunday under the auspices of the local guard company was. the most auocessful affair of the kind ever staged in Door county. Thousands of .people were present and all were well plowed with the excellent way in which the program was earned out. It is estimated that between two and three thousand peopl...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

d o o r c o u n ty W M I I I I M H I I H t H I I M H j | SAWYER DEPARTMENT MBWS AMD ADVERTISEM ENTS O F TH E FO U RTH W ARD M ISS AMANDA BOGNE WED Daughter o f Sawyer Minister United In Marriage to Dakota Man. A very pretty church -wedding took place bn Thursday evening, Aug- 23,1918, »t 8. o’clock in the Bay View Lutheran ehuroh, when Miss Theodora Amanda Rqgne, daughter of Rev. find Mrs. E. T. BogncJ,waB given in marriage to Dr. P- M. Rensvold, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P- Ren avoid, of Madison, So. Dakota- A wedding dinner for the immediate families and oilt of town guests preceded the ceremony and- was served at 5:30 p. m., at the brides’ home. The ceremony took place at the church which was beautifully decorated with golden rods and ferns against a white background, bringing out the yellow and wlmto color 6cheme. , Rev. Rogne officiated at the wedding and the bride was given away by her mother, Mrs. E. T. Rogne. The bride wore a cream satin dress with a long court train and a tul...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

POOBOOUNTY AUGUST 30, IM S. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. la ordering addresa changed, the old aa well as the new address should lw KlTta STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUGUST 30. “CREDIT TO WHOM CREDIT IS DUE.\" Probably there is nothing more detri fensive through almost the entire cam- proved to be «te most loyal of ali i paign. IBs “war. record” has been at- oonsin cqpgrtssnien, are using their tacked by his opponents, and it is claim­ ed that he ha* failed to fulfill his prom­ ises on lower taxes and fewer eotomis- tains: Mr. Hulipp does .not seem to have the support of as many politiciana here in Door county as he had two years Boy P. Wilcor the other candidate on the. Republican ticket for Governor goes before the people on a loyalty record, not only in the legislature, but on Ms plat- form. Since the close of the session of the legislature in July, 1917, he has de­ voted his entire time to war work. The indications are that M...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

'Cage Four d o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e * Notice of September Primary. S tate o f W isconsin, D epartm ent ot S ta te — ss. v NOTICE IS H ER EB Y GIVEN th a t a t a prim ary to be held in the several tow ns, wardB, villages and election d istricts o t th e Btate o t W isconsin, on th e first T uesday of Septem ber, A. D. 1918, being th e th ird day t* said m o n th th e following officers b*?e to b e nom inated: A GOVERNOR, in place of Em anuel L.-sPhilipp* whose term of office w ill expire on th e first Monday of Jan u ary , A. D. 1919. A LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, in place of E dw ard F . D lthm ar whose te rm of office w ill expire on th e first M onday of January, 1919. A SECRETARY OF STATE, in place of M erlin H ull, w h o se te rm o f o f - fice w ill expire on the first M onday - ' of Jan u ary , 1919. A STATE TREASURER, in place of H enry Johnson, whose term or of­ fice w ill expire on the first Monday of Jan u ary , 1919. AN ATTORNEY GENERAL, in place o f Spencer Haven, w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

SEVASTOPOL. ( ' s CalllKan of Two Hirers1all •fa -tfeitiag ibis cousin, Clarence Pe- ronto. ■. ' Mrs. John StniUx of Sturgeon Bay visiting her son Oscar for a fen «Jays. ’% Miss MonaLemere of Egg Harbor npent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lauscher. \" ' A good crowd attended the Hartest hall at Paul’s hall the 27th. Every­ body reported a good time. ] School In Dist. No: 7 Sevastopol will be opened Tuesday,. Sept. 3rd, With Miss Marie Banda of Sister Bay as teacher. ' ' \" Tb$re will be a Red Cross, social, given by school district No. 6 at Whitefish Bay, Sept. 1st, to which ev­ ery one is invited. . ' Ellen Madden returned to her home in Sturgeon Bay Monday after ^spending the paBt week with her cousin, Pearl Maples. • Charles Peronto and Otto Lausch- «r lift thpir happy homes Monday inornlng for Chillicothe, Ohio, in an­ swer to their country’s call for men. ( : MiCs Khthiyn Peronto returned to Chicago Friday of last Week after spending the past three weeks with...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

LOCALS •?' _FM k High—Lawrence m arket paid ■ ‘-- '| | s £45 tor ft single hog within the week, .- w hich is no doubt the highest price ever jpaid in this county. ' O pens. Cottage—A large number of ■ ffriends of Uncle August Itieboldt were ::■' Id s gueBts • a t th e opening of hie elegant s»ew. cottage a t Moonlight Bay. The guestn report th a t they were entertained In a royal manner. Enjoying Cruise—Frank Shimmel, Lige Creiscn and O p t. Albert Anderson are ib is week enjoying a cruise in Mr. Sliim- snel’a-big gasoline launch, the Psyche They are now cruising in and about Es- canaba and, other ports- Capt. Ander- con is acting as pilot. .• To Return Here—The annual confer­ ence of th e ' Methodist church will be field in Appleton, Wis-, next week. Rev, 33. J . Symons, pastor of the local M. E. church, has received a unanimous invita­ tio n from the quarterly conference to xeium to this charge for the fourth ' : ’ : Services Will Resume—Next Sunday morning services will...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

.. ^^in^W orchek~itf Sister^iBayv'vaB .hi’ th»(rity on Easiness the first p art of the ' prominent JEJaifey^ |fer-. boritaan, ■was in' t i e city '^ o n d iy on business. : h ^ ' y - ‘rr.: Ik P. Keogh of Forestville, was in the city. Tuesday and paid this office a pleas­ a n t call- Mrs. P. S- Roulett and daughter, Ruth, ot-Green Bay, are the guests of M r and Mrs. Wallace Wilson. '•'-\"■•' ’’••â– -..••• Dr. G. F. Boucsein of Washington Is­ land, -was in the city several days this week on professional business. Jo h n B . Davis returned Monday, after, spending a m onth visiting w ith relatives a t ’Bicton, Ontario, and in New York state. ’ ‘ H. Williams and family arrived -Sat- uzday froraM ilw sukeeto Tlsit for-two wncks with Mr. William’s mother,Mr* WilUamWiJliams. Rueben Maples, who for the past three monfcbs^uw been station agent at. Maple- wdod, has Tesigned thatpoaitkm and is now employed in this city. Misa ^race yVilkie * eturnedthe first of the 'week from Milwaukee ' ...

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 — 30 August 1918

» foDn^rhlgnoUoot* authorized '•aid to b* gaid tor a t i n e n ti per •auby.Jphn ForastvUle. .Wjuiu) . ,y ivhwely announce myseUas ’a ^UIdata tor Sheriff on the Republic dit ticket.- ' ! % : ' i HENRY liBtRR, 10w3) Fdrestviltb, Wi». , Announcement. ■ Authorised and/^rflered published ■Or Denis Carmody, Jr., Sturgeon JSay.WlB., for tfhlcfc the sum ot Bo per line per Insertion is to be paid,. *: I hereby announce myself nn a candidate tor the office of Sheriff ot Door county, on the Republican tick­ e t, subject to the primary election promising If elected to fill the office honestly and efficiently. DENIS CARMODY. JR. .-v. , NASEWAVflPgB). FHbSH LtME—I hare fresh lime for sale. Fred Spude, Sawyer, R. t). No. 8 Phone 392-Wi' ‘ ? (*33w3) Fred Spude ■ has just finished a freah klln of lime and npP has about' 300 barrels' on hand. : A meeting of the Red .Cross will be held at the Dist. No. 2 school Monday evening, Sept. 3, 8 o’clock. Rey Alph. Broens, chairman of the Home Servic...

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 — 30 August 1918

* ‘V ' ’ ^ W r v T: DOQB OOUNTT AD BAT, WXS A tn n » i « ) .i M f t LETTERS FROM ROLLIN EL WELL. DoorCtountyUnion — of the-^- American Society of The articles appearing in this col- ufcn are published by and' under th e supervision of the above so­ ciety,* and a ll communications in reference to them should be ad­ dressed to the secretary of the Union. : THE FARMERS* OPPORTUNITY. Not for many years have the farmers •had the chance which is now given them to assert themselves, seldom, if ever has the time been so propitious as the presr ent, enxt month—on Primary Day, Sept. 3, is the time to'rally, to be followed up until the November election, at which time, the results of co-operation and concerted action will tell , for better or for worse. The issues are drawn, the stakes are set, will we as farmers still continue to be fooled by those who are continuhlly asking the privilege of put-* ting their hands into our jeans and tak­ ing therefrom all'that they chose? This, in short,...

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 — 30 August 1918

mi STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY OF DOOR-*». COUNTY CLERK'S LIST OF CANDIDATES I, R. Herlache, as certified r to me by the secretary, and of all persons for whom nomination papers have been filed in my office, and who are entitled to be voted for at the primary election to be held in the several towns, villages, wards and election pre­ cincts of said county, on the 3rd day of September, 1918* «, i .uNttfuHk. 1 • s 1 : ■ / • OFFICE c. GOVERNOR ' . . . . . . . . . . . IJEUTENANT GOVEBNOB SEGBETABY OF STATE.. STATE TBEASUBEB..... ATTORNEY GENERAL, vr REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS... .y.-.v STATE S E N A T O R . . • • • : / y -V - MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY: ■ COUNTY C L E R K -^ r iP COUNTY TREASURER. W SHERIFF ttvtw :.— o -r r r r . DEMOCRATIC nam e HENRY,A. MOEHLBNPAH. ... . JOHN W. H O G A N .... .v..v... OSCAR F. ROESSLER..'................ 'FRANK J. EGERER.'........ THOMAS H. RYAN'.. . . . . . . . . . ANDREW R. MCDONALD. CORONER.. . . CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ■ COURT.. y .. DISTBIGT ATTORN...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

Go-oyer PWG. A. Hoag •f Chiciago. HL,.wili be in CONSULTATION FREE TO BB. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, trhata all Nervous and Chronic Dia* eases of Men, Women and Children, ' te d offers to all th at will call on th a t d»y. date and daring the hours given below , consultation and advice F R E F OF CHARGE. Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Friday, Sept. 13, office hours 10 A. M. to 7 P.M . 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE in the treatm ent of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag o f Chicago maintains.- A n honest opinion 8nd diagnosis always given. * 9 . • H e has to his credit many wonderful, gires in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Sidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, ^ le s 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 £N D SKIN Diseases, Pimples, \\ Scrofula,Tumors, Goiters, Appendicitis, T etter, Eczema, Fits, and'all c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 August 1918

DOOR COUNTY . AD i^ o fM e n In Serytjbi A d j u s t , G w ^ ^ mad*A rtding,tii*l the,Bed Int tlie swtlce. ’for persons interested to writbdttokstly to: jiiit^^ Qefaeral’s Of-' flee, Statistical Division, 1st an&BrSts. N. W., Washington, D. C.” That office will answer such inquiries direct to tlic next of kin, or to the person whose name was given by the soldier as “emergency address.'* We still can get information from the Paris office with regard to men wounded, missingiSr dead, provided the full correct address is given, bnt we are notjajlpwed to try to find out addresses, or to inquire after tlie welfare'or the whereabouts of men in this country. This, as suited above, can only be done by the person in.- terestcd.. Home Service officers’ will continue to help and advise persons wishing to miike inquiries* but the letter must be signed by- ' v the person interested, and th e reply will to due time be sent to thht':' person and no other. ? The Home Service section fOir Door co...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 September 1918

& U m b N 4 .1 5 6 \"’' I f , S f o j '1 l.l ' ^ r J « - ’ •'. f T fiW ***** . '* 4 * s T tn tc u . LARGEST cn tccu w o y fD f N ORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY ADVOOATR— DEMOCRAT 'VHiatorical fcooaa _] MADISON WIS ssamt6eemmfmrnm ■, NUMBER STURCfEOJSl BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918. JT R B B E S T A D l’E B T I s m B / H R J n iM IN D O O R CO U N TY .12 « H ™ l i p * H. L PETERSON ELECTED SENATOR Hen Between Ages of 18 and 48 Who Have Not Already v / Done So Must Report. CLERKS ARE REGISTRARS JR«$storante To Appear At Voting phieeIn EveryTown and Precinct ■•â–  ' Oormkp-r-City M a ®o :' • _ Gturjp^oriBay. As can be seen by the proclamation issued by Mayor Minor on page four of th& issue, ail males between the ages -of . IQ and 45, who are not in the service -or vrho have not registered under the m l registration law are required to register next Thursday, Sept* 18. The local draftboard expect to'have all arrangements perfected for the regis­ tration nex...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 September 1918

ir t^ e f e o N BAlr, W IS. 6 ,1 0 1 8 . SAWYER I EPARTMENT NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE FOURTH WARD t W H I H I I M I I I H H 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * I * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Wm- Zastrow was home over bun- Uy. - j ' Pieter May, went to Green Bay Wed* nesday. j John Johan son has been confined to his home by severe ilhieas this week. •\\ , The infant child of Dr. anil Mira. ft. A. ' Wrferfel has been quite ill this weelc. ' Miss Ellen Peterson spent Saturday a t 3reen Pay. Likewise Mrs. L. Deufecli. Miss pelia Caunard went to tijreen • Bay Wednesday. $ t.Mra C. Knmra and daughter le^fr for Oiioago Saturday. Alex Lawson) Jr., spent part o f’this wfeek with relatives in Maplewood. -^ Esther Simon has been confined td :her home for the past two weeks with bron­ chitis. . . . . ■_ . i ( , MiAs Oarrie Larson, who '.has ’ teen here/for some time went' to Manitowoc JSMtirday. , .Hugh Crawford visited his family here over Sunday and returned to Mani­ towoc Monday. The Schoo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 September 1918

t OOTTKTT ADVOCATE, fftOMaPOH BAT, W1&, SEPTEMBER «, l» |g . - gage H iw » . tliM iiiiiiifiiiiitiiiiil : BUSINESS directory W W M l i m m i h i m DR. JBBKMIAH DONOVAN , Practice Limited to' ^ ' '^E^yrAJ. DISEASES LocalAnestliesia 1404 Majestic Building l^nLWAUKJEiE, WI8. r ■ iL H. BOBB, M. p. - \" Specialty EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. _ Glasses Scientifically Fitted. •'Qfflceliourk 10 ai m. to 6 p. m. Other : hQurS'by appointment. Pholis £’. STURGEON BAT, WI3. O. B. EGELAND PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offices in Merchants Exchange Bank Building. Phone 23. STURGEON BAY, WIS. DR. T. C. PROCTOR i PHTSICtAN AND SURGEON ' Offices over Door County State Bank. £ STJJRGEQN BAT, WIS. If. N. STRAND Optometrist l^ y Y B R , yyx§. DR. R. A. WOERFEL •v-7 v' DENTIST jAjgrqea ftreft \"'tip]in Dru$ Store. SAWYER,WI». «’■ J. J. qtiJMPIlf PHYSICIAN ANjD SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. Sturgeon bat ADOLPH 0. WPEBFEL OPTO M ETRIST Tested, Glasses Properly 'Fitted at the Drag Store. S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 September 1918

LOCALS UbefetT Chorus I^actic^fcVeiyona W v. '■ Vfag a Acmber of the ■ Ififcterty *■■ chorus tohflnld b« present for practice next Mon- ‘ jday evening, Sept. 9. - ’ Finger Smashed— Claude Chapman tone of tlte assistant lightkecpers a t the had one of his {fingers badly smash- \\ .tod the fore paprt Of the week by having I t Jut by a heavy sledge hammer. Infantile Paralysis Case—The two* year-old son of. Mr, and Jtm. Walter Kunber of tho First ward, is afflicted urith infantile paralysis. Rigid qunran-' line has been established and, it -is ex-* . pected that the disease will be stamped . out. The patient is on the gain at this . ^writing and improving rapidly. 'Advertised letters—Letters remaining uncalled for at the Sturgeon Bay post- office for the week ending Sept. 3, are: , l£ F. Morrison, J. W- Hill, F. J. Schnel- ler, John Jack, Miss Gladys Tauner, Dr. J. B- Kirkpatrick, Burt Lawrence, Mrs.' J . J. Bryan, c'o L. J. Martin Mrs. Rus- { «cl Reynolds, R. 3, Box 18 Mr- a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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