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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

v V . .. ■ . ■■ / . .. . . ' / y '' ■ • POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON silY , WIS., JULY 25, 1910. M l rOUR©UTfSR ilk Monet m O u r B a n k WHERE IT IS FROM F i r e o r B u r g la r s Don’t spend all that money just because you are going to get. more in a few days. Put some of it in our bank. Do this every time and you will soonhave a nice sum to your credit. Then you can enlarge your business and make more money. v _ ' • . Come in, we will welcome you. • You will receive four per cent interest. BANK O F STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. BR A N C H A T S A W Y E R O F F I C E R S A N D D I R E C T O R S - H E N R Y F B T Z E R . P rea. JOS. WOL.TKH. V lce-P rc*. A. B . M INOR, C aahler J. H . ST E W A R T , A u ’t C u U H B . J . K E IT H . M g r..S a w y er B ran ch ________ . RO G ER EATO UG H E D W . REYNOLDS HousewivesI Reduce the work, worry and wear of Washing by using a WQNDER W ASHER Do your washing in one-half the time with only one-half the work. Our many ...

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 — 25 July 1919

Pag© Poor d o o r c o u n ty spypQATifr' s tu r g e o n b a y , wis., jPLY gs^ipig LOCALS # t A Girl— A baby girl. arrives* a t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roth last Sunday moning. • Science Services—Christian Scien­ ce services will he held in the Odd Fellows hall Sunday morning at 11 o’clock. Subject: Truth. Dady Maccabees— The Lady Mac- abeesw ill hold their regular meeting tonight (Friday) at which the se­ cond dtegree and initiating degree will be conferred. Buys His Residences—Emil H. Ihde who recently bought the H. A. Stiles drug store, has purchased the Gus Pfeifer residence on Cottage street, in which he resides. More New Fords—Moeller’s gara­ ge haB received several car loads of new Ford cars during the past week and the crew have been busy assem­ bling them and delivering, same. Operations— Miss Irene Thorpe un­ derwent an operation for the remov­ a l of her tonsolis during the week. Vera Washburn underwent an opera­ tion for appendicitis last Saturday. Ice Cre...

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 — 25 July 1919

ADVOCATE, 8TUBQE0# BAY, j b ,Y flg.'1819. Fhro PERSONAL MENTION ~,.., .„ '._____ .- yc. *. -.-• _____ _,-, - -.. HEWS7 NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE 7 0 0 KNOW Ml»l| MM H liil»»l»*l»Ml Mrs. W. F. Shea ot Ashland Is the guest ot her sister, Mrs. George Nel­ son., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerdman ot Baileys Harbor were visitors in the city yesterday. .. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stram motored to Escanaba aturday on a business trip, returning Monday. Joseph Long ot St. Paul, Minn., has been in the city during the past week visiting relatives. Mrs. M. C. Farher ot Oak Park, 111., arrived yesterday tor a visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Birmingham. Miss Vera Washburn underwent an operation for appendicitis last Satur­ day and is getting along very nicely. Miss Agnes Kartheiser of Milwau­ kee visited several days with her aunt, Mrs. Catherine Fropsom and family. Ed Baker is back home having just been discharged from the army. He was in France a year with the 335th Engineers. Hercules Solway is amon...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

u g u m in WASHINGTON CITY Police and Provost Guard Unable j to Protect Negroes. SIX BANDS ARE ORGANIZED the Crowds Which Operate In Widely Scattered Sections of City—victims to Hospitals. | Washington, July 21—Despite entire police force of the (gether with the assistance of a _ (guard, there were seven mob attacks «n negroes here as a result of attacks ion white women by |the past two weeks. ' Huge crowds of (searching for negroes, and a of the latter have been taken to hos-T pitals because of injuries they have Buffered at the hands of the Infuriated' citizens. i Soldiers and 8allors Help. i i On Pennsylvania avenue, the main J thoroughfare of the capital, a crowd, iof men and boys, with a liberal spring: jling of discharged soldiers and sailors: lamong them, quickly gathered. Their jnoblllzatlon was apparently ithe continuation of a massed attack jon the negro quarter In the southwest isection of the city. It is estimated that more than 2,000 anen made up the largest party, and...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

/ ' \" • - \\ BAY. WI8., JULY 25, 1010. POOR O O PW f AD VOCATE. STURGEON I’HE man or woman ofTIicied with backache, j swollen muscler j .tiff joints, rheumatic pains orothersy r. ., tom oi kidney trouble*is entitled to sympathy and should have help. Nature gives early warning of kidney- trouble by pufnness under eyes, spots before the eyes, dry mouth, biliousness, weakness and pale, waxy, dry Bkin. ‘ It is unwise to neglect the slightest symptom ot kidney trouble. Give the kidneys the help they are calling for. tone up weak, inactive, sluggish kidneys and help rid the body of poisons. With kidneys and bladder properly \"(unctionin£, ap­ petite is restored, refreshing sleep is possible and health, strength and energy come as a natural result. C. F. Reynolds, Elmira, N.Y., writes: \"Three months ago I was sick in bed with kidney trouble. My back ached so severely r could not get op. W e read of Foley Kidney Pills, so I sent for some and commenced taking them. In a few gays I waaup ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

HOW STYOU m m rnSSSm %\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ ' 1 , ' ' ' ’ POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STUBGEON BAY, W1M.. JULY 25, 1P1Q, IFwhere there is one place a “stitch in time saves nine,” it’s the roof. Neglect it and you may have trouble from garret to cellar—annoy­ ance, expense, spoiled walls, ruined furniture, etc. Y ou r e m e m b e r M a rk Twain’s story about the man wHo said he didn’t need his roof fixed in nice weather, and he could not get it fixed when it rained? Have yours fixed before the next storm. We have all kinds of roof­ ing for all kinds of needs, at j prices that mean a saving to you. Barker Lumber & Fuel Co. Wanted Conductors and Motormen between the ages of 21 and 50. Wdgea to start 39c per hour, plus bonus. ♦ -.Write.B.*H. Olsen, Supt.(Room 22(FJ!qbIlc Service Bldg., Milwau- BUSY REPAIRING BOATS Peterson Boat Works Resumes Busi­ ness With Many Prospective :- Orders In Sight,. » Tine Peterson Boat Works, of which Martin Peterson is president and manager, has resum...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

P lg gjjjBI FRUIT SECTION BAT AS^OOATB-^OOinSOLIDATED COUNTY DEMOCRAT LAR G E ST C m O D U H O !l n NORTHEASTKRM 'W ISCONSin STURGEON BAY, W I 8 ., FRIDAY, JULY 2 5 , 1 9 1 9 . T H E AD VO CA TE HnrSTG* ' IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD RE SV 1/V & Adjutant General Requests Re­ organization of Local Mili­ tary Unit. MIGHT BUILD AN ARMORY S tate Law Provides F or Quarters and Maintenance of National Guard Companies—Only 05 Men Re­ quired—Term-of Enlistm ent la F or One o r Three Years. Sturgeon Bay has been asl ed by A djutant General. Orlando Holway to reorganize old Company F of the F ifth Wisconsin. An armory built and maintained by the state would be one of the inducements. By direction of the Governor, there is tendered to every Wisconsin town and locality which furnished an or­ ganized military unit of Wisconsin National Guard for the war with Ger­ many, the opportunity to reorganize th a t unit. Legislation is pending before Con­ gress, believed certain of early en­ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

PQOB OUPWOT ADVOCATE. f|AAr -f^Allltfal ft jiiA jmS 1! rfi llUUf wUlllllj HUwUUdtC Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay, H. J. SANDERSON. Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 25. ERMETIC ALLY sealed in its wax- wrapped package, air­ tight. impurity proof— WRIGLEYS is hygienic and whole­ some1. The goody fhat*s good for young and old. The Flavor Lasts tore to set WRIGLEY’S Look lor m m wit! m m Entitled To B etter Service Sturgeon Bay has waited long and patiently for better transportation service over the A. & W. Ry., between this city and Green Bay. Officials of the road have been appealed to on different occasions, but very little improvement has been made over that of ten years ago. It looked at one time^as though the company was really going to do something., Dur­ ing two seasons an extra passenger train was placed on the run during the busy , tourist season. B ut that has also become a thing of the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

QUALITY AND UTILITY FOWLS | Breeders Encouraged to Develop | , Flocks Along Breeding Lines fee | Good Production. (Prepared by the United States Depart-1 ment of Agriculture.) A hen, in order to be classed as a I genuinely good one, should be equally capable of going- in the show ring and taking a ribbon or of going o,n the yard and making a record as a layer. And | the breeder, In order to get the advan­ tage of the best and broadest markets, j must breed for a combination of*util­ ity and standard quality Instead' of I following the tendency to become | either a fancier or a utility breeder. (That Is the advice of Rob B. Slocum, a I poultry specialist of the United States department of agriculture, and It Is based largely on results obtained on the poultry farm of the department at | Beltsvllle, Md., where many of the ex* blbltlon males used have 200-egg pro* ] duction In their pedigrees. 11 “Except In a few more or less iso-1 lated cases,” Sh^s Mr. Slocum, “there is nothing In ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

With Still about another week in which to harvest the 1919 cherry crop the fruit is holding up fine and the most optomistic expectations of the growers are to be surpassed. It is hoped to practically clean up the rush of the work this week anci still have next week in'which to gather up odds and ends of crops. Conservative estimates of the 1919 crop made a month or so ago, placed the total output at 200,000 cases, but this figure is increased this week to 225,000 cases. This is about a 700 percent increase over the crop of last year, and more than doubles the crop of 1917 which was the larg­ est in the history of the industry in . Door county. While the present crop seems very large, it Is really small compared to what may be expected in the future. W ith thousands of young trees Just attaining a good growth with thous­ ands of other trees just beginning to bear, and with still other thousands, planted hut recently and more trees being set'out there is no way to judge the extent t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

■■r DOOR 00DKIK.AiVOCAM, \" ■I T O g l w is w j b i * sar, io i« aoo: - ' 'fl' . , ' ' , ’ 'ii ..... PageThirtee* 1 , * ssBara^.' New Picking Quarters At Sturgeon Bay Fruit Company Orchard. lo r the entire picking season. 1 the orchards owned by Nic Jacobs A t The Cove this year one ■ picker ’ and Ed. Jacobs. The pickers are averaged a quart of gooseberries ev­ ery three, m inutes-for the day. I t is claimed th at an Indian pick­ e r In the county got 260 quarts in one day but this report is not veri- ' fled. r- : J u st As Many' O n Sawyer Side. Over on the Sawyer side of the bay cherries are ju st as plentiful and just as n ice., Old Veteran George W alker ha* six in d a half acres of as pretty cherry land as one can find in the couhty. He employs 25 pickers, all hom e people, and will get 1,000 crates, fits trees were planted in 1910, 1911 and 1912. Th&o^ore Abrahamson has five and a half acres good for 1,600 crates and haB 4d local pickers. He has 500 8- year old ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

v I •' . f i p Fourteen DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 25, 1010. Important Events of the Week Around the Badger State. The Vacant , Chair By Gabrlelle May Robinson John H. Michael, who left a leg •\"Aver there,” haa been honorably dis­ charged from the service and haa ar- . rived at big home in Neenah, He was • member 6f the Eighty-sixth Division. * Articled of incorporation Of tlio Burnside Paper Company, a new proj­ ect at Neenah, have been filed. ' The pompany is incorporated at $50,000, and will conduct a wholesale paper, Jobbing business there Frederick W. Coon, 69, editor of the Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter, died at JSdgerton aftem d long illness. Mr. Coon was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and spent practically his whole life in newspaper work in this state. J A large amount of pork, half spoiled, •hipped into La Crosse by packing firms, was condemned by Dr. W. W. Armstrong, city health commissioner. The meat was found in La Crosse chops. Kerosene w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT* Wft. july as, loio Page F JOYFUL EATING Unless your food Is digested with* out the aftermath of painful acidity, the joy is taken out of both, eating and living. Ri-HOIDS are wonderful in their help to the stomach troubled with over-acidity. Pleasant to take—relief prompt and definite. ' MADE b y SCOTT A BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT’S EMULSION —— ~ - - • 19-94 Drs. Fairfield, Bartran & Co. CLINIC BUILDING DR. W. H. FAIRFIELD Surgery PR. W. B. LEAPEB M itetics, Diseases of Women, Heart and Lungs. DR. R. L. COWLES Diseases of Children. Skin, Kidneys and Bladder. DR. J. J. ROBB Kye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses Fitted. DR. W. H. BARTRAN ttiaaase of the Stomach and Intestine* E. WHITE I-Bay and. Chemical Laboratories. Green Bay, Wisconsin All Minds Are Centered on One Spot when meal time draws near and that spot is the stomach. Have you stopped to consider that the pas­ try you eat is of vital importance. We specialize on products for th home, and make deli...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 July 1919

i t * ttw w t^w ra TSie Staiidari Oil (Indiana) 'M *T*HE Standard Oil Com- A pany (Indiana) has em­ phasized its belief in the rights of its employees to look to the Company as a source of livelihood even after the productive years have passed. For the protection of those who have grown old in the employ of the Company an annuity has been provided. This annuity cannot be less than $300.00 a year, and may be as much as 75 per cent of the average annual remuneration received dur­ ing the last ten years of service. This is but one of the factors which have served to promote a bond of sympathy, understanding, and re­ spect between the Company and its employees. It has been a potent factor in pro­ moting the general efficBWfiy of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) and has enabled this organization to fulfill its obligation as a public servant in a manner satisfactory to the stockholder, the employee, and the public generally. Standard Oil Company (Indiana) 910 S. Michigan Ave., Chica...

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 — 1 August 1919

VOLUME SiS, STTTRGEON BAYADVOCATE— CONSOLIDATED— -DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT Historical Rooms NUMBERS 1 9 MADISON W IS LABG EST ClH CPtA TID .’l IK ISOHTHKASTKBX WI8COX8IK STUKGKO.N BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, AUGUST 1,1919. ' ?i 1 H K A D V O C A T E B R IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S G O 0 » njE SS GOOD B G O Iflb Harvest Lasted 28 Days And Is Worth Three-Quarters Of a : Million Dollars. U-BOAT HERE TUESDAY CAPTURED FO E SUBMARINE D UE TH R U STURGEON BAY EA RLY MORNING AUGUST 5. PICKED 2 2 0 , 0 0 0 CRATES F r u it G row ers U nion H andled A bout 205,000 C rates, o f 'W hich 104,000 W ere E arly R ichm onds— 80,- 000 C rates Shipped F resh a n d 135,000 W ere Canned. P rice A bout Sam e As L a st Y ear. T oday w ill end th e cherry season fo r 1919., T he season w ill end as fa r as th e picking and packing Of ch erries ,1b concerned, b u t Secretary E a r l Johnson, of the F r u it Growers U nion, and office force w ill n o t end th e ir labors fo r a couple of. m onths to come. They are b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 August 1919

'fit \"•V P«(» Two DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI&, AUGUST 1, 1019. Sawyer News. Street oiling work haB been delay- efl somewhat by rains. Mrs. K. Mosiman left Tuesday for Sheboygan to visit relatives for some time. John Roth is the first gardner to supply the home market with green corn. ' Mrs. Joachim Brandt has been Quite seriously, ill during the past week. ■ , Miss Sophia Rather, of Fond du Lsc, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. F. Schumann. Mrs. Gust Lienau is enjoying a V isit from her sister, Mrs. Kate Hu- gill, of Ashville, N. C. Ingwald Anderson who has been D P in Canada for a couple of months returned home Monday. W. E. Larson, who has been here several weeks harvesting his cherry crop, left for Madison Tuesday. Ed. Amoe and family have moved to Washington Island where Ed. will take charge of his father's farm. Herman Taube is now the owner of a new Model 90 Overland purchased from the Sawyer Garage company. J. L. Wiesner and two Children, ' Walter Wiesn...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 August 1919

!. * /ill POOR COUNTY A B r n f ^ m STURGEON BAY. ffl«H AUGUST I, 1919. Page Thre* ♦ I H M I I W M W H I U . 'BU SIN ESS DIRECTORY ♦»«»»»»»»» »m BE. JEB EM IA H DONOVAH : Practice Limited to ' RECTAL DISEASES . Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building ‘ MILWAUKEE. WIS. N. N. STRAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A. WOERFEL Y'V DENTIST Acroaa street from Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON M c e 8econd Floor McNeely Bldg. , STURGEON BAY ADOLPH C. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST ■yog Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. HARRY W. BLAKFiFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST . Phone Ib4-R. . STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office In Soor County State Bank Building. STURGEON BAY, WIS. C o u n ty N ew s. EPHRAIM Mrs. Sam Hogenson suffered a very painful accident last Saturday when a pan of boiling w ater turned in,her hands, scalding her severely. Fire again broke out in the pas­ tures southeast of Ephraim last Thursday a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 August 1919

I NEWSY SHORT NOTES Board Of Review—The Board of Review for the city of Sturgeon Bhy meets today in annual session. Movie Benefit—There will be a motion picture show at the bpera house tonight for the Allouez Camp Fire Girls. Buck Season Later—The duck hunting season will open Sept. 16 this year instead of Sept. 7, as in former years. A change in the game laws was made by the legislature. Having Short Vacation—Rev. E. J. Symons has been given a short vaca­ tion by the official board and three will be no preaching services in the Methodist church next Sunday. Revo—Frank Pleck is local distri­ butor for Bevo, near-beer soft drink manufactured by the Anheusar-Bush company which is being extensively advertised by the manufacturers in The Advocate. 'Commissioned in New Guards— George D. Wing, of The Advocate force, who was formerly with Battery D of Green Bay, has received a com­ mission as 2nd lieutenant, artillery, in the new Wisconsin national guard now in process of reorganization...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 August 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTU R G EO N BA Y, WIB., AUGUST 1, 1010. ■ Page Five W M H M I I I I I I IH IW IM H t U t t t l M W H n W W ■\" ■ s»Aeat,»Vc-., ..• -, • .. . : NEWSY ^ r= = r T? CONCERNING PEOPLE/YOU KNOW ■ 1 1 1 « M l M I W alter M eyer of F orestville w as In th e city on business Tuesday. H erm an G rasse of L iberty Grove w as In th e city on business M onday. Jos. S hllbauer of A lgom a an d F. W . Y oungs of Iro n R iver, M ich., w ere v isito rs In th e city la s t F riday. M rs. P re d Spuda and?'son Clifford w e n t to N asew aupea-W ednesday to v isit friends and relatives a w eek. T ed Stoew er, M ts. H . Stoew er, R aym ond Stoew er and, Q tto Stoew er of L iberty Grove w ere in ’ th e city M onday. O tto L auscher, w io se hom e is in Sevastopol, arrived hom e d uring th e w eek, having been discharged from th e arm y. Ju d g e H enry G raass of Green Bay w as in th e city W ednesday on his w ay n o rth to h is sum m er cottage near Baileys H arbor. W a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 August 1919

F. C. PAYNE Doctor of Chiropractic Seventh continuous year of prac­ tice in Sturgeon Bay. Hundreds of satisfied patients. Come in and get free analysis of your troubles. COCHEMS Building . Opposite Postofflce. CONSULTATION FREE TO THE SICK DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Dis­ eases of Men, Women and Children, and offers to all th at will call on that day, date and during the hours given below, consultation and advice FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. C. A. Hoag O f C h icag o . I1L, w ill b e in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, -Aug. 14th, office hours 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE In the treatm ent of chronic diseases has B ented the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag • f Cmfcago maintains. An honest opinion •a d diagnosis always given. ' # •H e has to his credit many wonderful m res in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Sidneys, _ Heart, Lungs, Nerves and SheumatiBm, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, n le s and other rectal diseases—Catarrh Which poi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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