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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 August 1919

1)X)R OOPKtlf ^VOCATE, gtPBOBON BAY, W g H AtJGUST 1, 1M& (F irst Publication Ju ly 4, l#lfc—w6) State of W isconsin, C lrcu ltC o u rt, Door County r John \"Walther and Adelia W alther, hlo wife, . ■ Plaintiffs. ■ ■ vs. M ichael H a rt an d Lucy (correct first nam e unknow n) H a rt h is Wife, an d Carrie (co rrect first nam e unknow n) Bennett, w ife of Jam es Bennett, and Madeline. Simon an d M attie I*. B ennett, and the unknow n heirs, grantaM o r representatives of said persons and each of them, an d all persons whom It m ay concern, ' D efendants. S tate of W isconsin to the said de­ fendants an d each of them : ' . are hereby summoned to appear w ithin tw enty days afte r th e Bervlce o f this summons upon you exclusive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action In the court aforesaid, and In the case of your fall- u re so to do, judgm ent w ill be rendered ag ain st you according’ to -the demand of th e complaint. ' THOMAS A. SANDERSON, , A ttorn...

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 — 1 August 1919

T H E S T O R E T H A T S A V E S YOU M O N E Y* Door county people know it well. You hav^ heard them say it and repeat it many times that to get the most for your money in furniture you’ll have to buy it at The People’s Store. The reason is just this: Our Furniture Department is conducted with no additional expense to this store, same delivery, same floor space same sales force, in fact no special overhead expenses, and you get the benefit of this low cost of spiling in LOWER PRICES. Compare prices arid be convinced. Better buy now--prices will be MUCH higher nekt fall. Shipment of Furniture by the Hill line touching northern points properly’prepared. SPECIAL! “Spare Room” Dresser $8.95 Here’s a real opportunity to fix up that spare bedroom with a nice “ Wash Stand Dresser.” It is of golden oak with double doors drawer, mirror and towel rack. We have only a few of these at the very Special Price o f.. ....................... . (Each is packed in a crate, easy to put on your car in ...

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 — 1 August 1919

DEATH OFJLEX TOFTS WAS PROMINENT IN TOWN RIF OF CLAY BANKS FOR YEARS AND HELD MANY PUBLIC OFFICES. Bom in County Down, Ireland, In 1888 He Served In British Army 11 Years and Came to Door County After Discharge , In 1869. Alexander Tufts, prominent in the life of Clay Banks for many years, and 81 years of age, died at his home in that township last Saturday from old age. He did not suffer from any sickness but his condition grad- j ually weakened until the end came. Funeral services were held Monday from the home and burial was made in the Clay Banks town cemetery. Rev. E. J. Symons, of the local M. E. church, officiated. Mr. Tufts was born In Dromore, County Down, Ireland, June 17, 1838. He enlisted in the English army in 1858 and served eleven years, five years Bervice in India and one year in Australia. He was honorably dis­ charged from British service at Que­ bec, Canada, in August 1869. He wd8 a relative of Jim Tufts, one of the pioneer settlers of this county as well as a l...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 August 1919

’ IKWB'-pOIJNiCT BAY,.- W16L, AUGUST i , i8 I0 . STORMS DESTROY MUCH PROP­ ERTY BUT ACCOMPANYING RAIN IS GREAT HELP TO CROPS. Telephone and Light Plant Hit Hard By Wind and Lightning Which Also Kills Cows and Bnrns Up a Brussels Barn. While the electrical and wind storms of last Friday and Sunday did considerable damage thruout the county, the rain which accompanied the storms did great good to the crops, much more than offsetting the loss caused by lightning and wind. Crops .were beginning to shrivel and weaken the result of the con­ tinued dry spell, hut the rain of the last week has done so much good that as a whole the harvest this fall :in this county will he comparatively ■good. As usual there are some sec­ tions in the county where the crop Is poor, having suffered too severely to recover with the rain. Friday's storm was followed by close and hot weather and Sunday was the hottest day of the year, ther­ mometers registering close to the ■hundred mark. The rain and wi...

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 — 8 August 1919

if,* JTf -». s ^ r w n. VOLUME w* ''k$pSf\\ 58- 1 ' \" * ^ : NUMBER’ 8TVBGE0H BAY ADVOOA MBS WftCliOHV^iS ATED DOOR GO DEMOCRAT „ LARGEST CIRCITI^ATIOS IS JTOHTHEASTKHW W ISC O SS0 SrURGKOlN F r id a y a ^ o u s t 8,1919. THE ADVOCiTD BHDt(l« ITS ADVERrlSEnS GOOD BE9WW* another thousand Last Few Years Has Seen Great Improvement In Highways In Southern Townships. $ 2 7 5 ,0 0 0 IN 4 YEARS With Completion Next Year of Trunk Line On Old Green Bay Bead the South County Will Have a Wonderful System of Highways—High Cost of New Work. Southern Door county has made remarkable progress in building good roads the last few years. Not very long ago a great part of the highway mileage in the south county was practically impassable to an auto mobile, where now there is scarcely a by-road which' a car cannot travel an uninterrupted pace limited only by speed laws. Old swamp roads - have been .cleaned out and widened federal trunk lines have been built, are in course of construction, or will be b...

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 — 8 August 1919

f*«ge Two DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTURGEON BAY, W18., AUGUST 8, 1010, VICTORY t t Speaker of the Day ■v * T T J T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T f T T T T T T f T T ❖ O T H E R F E A T U R E S O F P R O G R A M Flag Parade on Horse Back Exercises by girl members of Camp Menahga Base Ball game between Sturgeon Bay and Forestville. Miss R u th A nderson le ft S aturday for Pulaski. F ran k Fellow s was a caller a t AW goma on Saturday. ■ C harles Schultz took his d ep artu re for W atertow n. Tuesday. Miss Lucy Schinktgen h as been quite ill fo r som e tim e. M ils S tella K nudson retu rn ed hom e from M ilw aukee la st F riday. Jo h n Senft w as am ong th e Saw yer- ites who w ent to F orestville W ednes­ day on business. Miss Alice M adoche le ft M onday for F o rt W ayne, Ind., w here she w ill visit relatives for a short-tim e. Louis D raves and wife, of Chica­ go, a re visiting th e G igstead fam ily and o ther relatives in th is vicinity, Among th e soldier boys to re tu rn...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 August 1919

% WtOH c o w m Al VOT^TR. STimOKOl* WAY. WTfl. AUGUST 8/1010. ? B E Should Read Mrs. Monyhan’s Letter Published by HerPermission. ^Mitchell,_Ind.—“ Lvdia E. Pinkham’fl “ nd helped me so much daring the time' I was lookingforward to the coming of miy little one that I am recommending it to other e x p e c t a n t mothers. B e fo re taking it, some days I suffered with neu­ ralgia so badly that I thought I could ‘riot live, but after taking three bottles 5of LydiaE. P in k - 'ham s V e g e ta b le Compound I was en­ tirely relieved of j neuralgia, 1 had gained in strength and was able to go around and do all my housework. My baby when seven months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel better than I nave for a long time. I •never' had any medicine do me so much good.”—Mrs. Pearl Monyhan, . Mitchell, Ind. Good health during maternity is a most important factor to both mother and child, and many letters have been received by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of health ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 August 1919

\\ ’ ' . ■r / • ' ‘ •’/V* ^ \" c o w i y 1 : : h.' s m g -^ ss B iB W i th & t^ k e n Good Judge of Dlstauce—“No Near Beer Sold Here. Nor. No Beer Sold N ear Here,” is a sign in one of the local thirst parlors. A Baby— A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.. John Madaja Sat Mil-, waukee, Aug. 3. Mrs. Madaja was formerly Miss Margarlte Driscoll. Resigned—Miss Ida Worley, .yho has been employed as stenographer a t the Universal shipyard several years, has resigned her position. Board o f Review—Tho board of re­ view has 'been in session at the city h all thruout the week and expects to complete the work of equalizing the tax roll this week. Ice Cream Social—-The Moravian In d ies Aid will hold an ice cream so­ cial on the church lawn on Wednes­ day evening, Auk, 13. Everybody cordially invited. Nino Pound Boy—A boy, weighing 9 pounds, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paul, of Manitowoc, July 29. Mrs. Paul was formerly Miss Agnes O’Boye of this city. Barbering Going Up—-B...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 August 1919

POOR O O P m JUtrO CM E, BTUBOBON BAY, WTO., AUGUST 8 , 1919. t a & V h * i_d._jjIMUW.aa I W M I H M I NOTES » » » » ♦ ♦ » « M rs. E d. S eifert of M ilw aukee is Visiting fr le n d a in th e city. M iss ’R u th ' K in g le ft du rin g th e w eek fOr a v is irw lth friends and re l­ atives a t M ilwaukee. \" - - M iss Genevlve^ W ashburn h as re­ tu rn e d from a v isit w ith .relativ es a t G rand H aven, Mieh. ' M rs. P . W . R ick re tu rn e d to M il­ w aukee T uesday a fte r a m onth’s visit w ith relatives In -th e cH& A rth u r K nudsoh and B illy L ind­ n er, m usicians of M ilw aukee, are spending t h e w eek a t Idlew ild. Jos. Shllbauer an d P ra n k Froem - m ing, A lgom a g rain dealers, w ere m otorists. In th e city W ednesday. M r. and M rs. W alter F ax and children, of E scanaba, are h ere for a v isit w ith friends and relatives. Jo h n P . A nderson of Chicago was In th e city W ednesday on h is w ay to W ashington Islan d to v isit relative...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 August 1919

d o o r o u c w n r a u v o c a t b , st u r g e o n b a y . wbeu a u g u s t s, ie ie . F. C. PAYNE Doctor of Chiropractic Seventh continuous year of prac­ tice in Sturgeon Bay. Hundreds of satisfied patients. Gome in and get free analysis of your troubles. COCHEMS* Building Opposite Postofflce. c o n su l t a t io n HIRE RURAL TEACHERS ALL BUT TWO. OF 70 GRADED AND RURAL SCHOOLTEACHERS ARE ENGAGED FOR NEW TERM. Nearly All Graded Teachers. and 20 Rural Teachers Will Take Hack Old Schools .To. Get Special State Aid. 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 that 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 . I l l , will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, Aug. 14th, office hours 10 a. m. to 7. p. m. 20TH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE Id the treatm ent of chronic diseases has xnerited the co...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 August 1919

1 ' V - -,- ( o o io o iiiiiy B f io Q a n . nxr* mdj V ^ W tfh m (First Publication July i, 1919—.»6) State of Wlsconsln, Circuit Court, Door County: :: ■' ■ , John W alther and Adelia W alther, h is wife, - - Plaintiffs, vs. Michael H art and Lucy (correct first nam e unknown) H a rt his wife, and Carrie (correct first nam e unknown) Bennett, w ife of Jam es Bennett, and Madeline Simon and M attie L. Bennett, and the unknown heirs, grantees or representatives of said persons and each of them, and all persons whom It m ay concern, Defendants. S tate of W isconsin to the said de­ fendants and each of them : Y6u are hereby summoned to appear w ithin tw enty days after th e service of this summons upon\"you exclusive of . the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the court aforesaid, and in th e case of your fail­ u re so. to do,'judgm ent w ill be rendered against you according to th e demand o f the complaint. THOMAS A. SANHERSQN, A ttorney for Plaintiff. Po...

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

P I P WRIGLEYS K m ip® v « ^ HU In sealed packages. Look for the name: Helps appetite and digestion. Three flavors. not enough to make . , , .. noon mtnnw ADWSMM, 'W b m e o k WRIGLEYS good, we must KEEP it good until * •: : you get It. \"‘- S ': . Hence the sealed package —impurity-proof-guarding, preserving the delicious con­ tents—the beneficial goody. The Flavor Lasts KEPT RIGHT 25 SEALED TIGHT) When the Farmer Has to Plow Tis HERE comes a time on every farm when work must be done at once if it to be done at all. It may be plowing, cultivating, harvesting, or housing of the crops. When conditions are right the work must be started and pushed with all possible speed if the farm is to pay a maximum return that season. Under such conditions the man on the job has no time to go to town, even to get necessary supplies, and no pne on the place can be spared for that purpose. Some times it is necessary to send in for food, seed, or machinery, but for his requirements of petroleum pr...

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 — 8 August 1919

— -_______________ POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., AUGUST 8, 1010. / GREAT CROWDS PRESENT AT ALL SESSIONS FILLING THE \" TENT TO CAPACITY Northern Chautauqua Association Pleased With Success Of First Venture In North County. The Upper Door County Chautau­ qua which came to a close at Sister Bay, Aug. 4, was a great success from every point of view. Large sized audiances attended all sessions and on nearly all occasions, the big tent was filled to capably. The lectures were of the best and the pictures shown to illustrate them I were excellent. j Each Sunday forenoon the assem-| bly listened to an address by Dr. C. A. Bame, of North Manchester, Ind., who proved one of the most fascinat­ ing speakers ever heard here. Dr. Bame was platform superintendent tbruout the Chautauqua adding ,, d great deal of life and humor to the sessions. Others who assisted Captain Wiard and had places on the program were: Prof. Leland Jones of McPherson. Kas., a speaker Miss Lulu Galloway, Chi...

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 — 8 August 1919

DOOR OOTOXf ADVOCATE, 8TORGEON * p ' BAY, WUjt.. AUGUSTS. 1010. V O U know how much toasting im­ proves bread. Makes ft taste good. Of course —more flavor. Same with tobacco —especially Kentucky Burley. Buy yourself a pack­ age of Lucky Strike cigarettes. Notice the toasted flavor. Great! Nothing like it. The real Burley cigarette. Guaranteed by flic « m c • • • • r a t i o From Your Tractor KEEPdo it in service constantly. The one best way to that is to give it all the lubricating oil it will take, providing you select the correct oil The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has produced three oils which will correctly lubricate the entire range of tractors. These are: Heavy Polarine Oil Stassolind Tractor Oil D n v H B M M i . Extra Heavy Polarine Oil A ny Standard Oil representa­ tive will be glad to show you the chart of Tractor lubrica­ tion, prepared by our Engineer­ ing Staff. It indicates specific­ ally which of these three oils the Standard Oil Engineers have found will gi...

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 — 15 August 1919

BAYApVOCATt ggpgaag rMS . ^jfejgjg* -*► A1'• *L*-L —.- — . \\ „ _.: -.-?. **tia!*a^^ , k n r y n v BOOB IK31 DKMOOEAT f i 6 -°M M J^ T w S n ira flm iw il^ w o s m f t , sw- *. p | 3 3 8 S I 1 1 STUftGKON BAY, W I8, FRIDAY, ACTGU8T 15,1919. ,__ . BRING* : V-Af ITS ABVEHTHEBS COOP HEMTMfc Superintendent of Speed^May Have 50 Or 60 Entries For Two Pays’ Racing. - OFFER $ 1 ,4 0 0 IN PRIZES Speed Stock From All Over State To Be AftortoeMmey—Baseball To Settle County Championship. Fljrlng Machine and Racing , Automobile To Be the Big . ' Attractions, . v : Directors of the cqunty. fair as­ sociation are making every prepar­ ation for one, of the most successful fairs in the history of the county. At their meeting Monday night many matters of importance were taken up and further details arranged. , Di­ rectors of the association will leave next week on a visit to the Brown and Manitowoc county ‘fairs to get ideas which may be adaptable here and also to sign up further attrac­ tions...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 August 1919

Tomorrow Alright POOR OOPNTY APVOCATg Sawyer Prauut EMIL H . IHDE’S DRUG STORE Chat No. 2 Continued in No. 3 W hy N ot Safeguard H ealth, Comfort, and Bank Account? “I b e x three prime advantages arc yours -the test o f your life—and with them the joys o f freedom from furnace trouble— • a n a you have us install in your homea Round Oak Moistair Heating System 'G radates pure, warm, everchanging air, free from dust, gas, and smoke, tand properly moistens automatically. T h a t means nor only safeguarding health, but comfort to build, or replace your iting plant, insist on this factor: I Erst Star Point of Round jj 1 Oak Supremacy j[ f ★ Health |- || Only Heating System that automat- jj .•if ieally ventilates and Humidifies. jj .Avoid future regrets by investigating aunt. Noobligadons. C. WULF §b Co., Sawyer ChatNo.2 Continued in No. 3 DON’T PURCHASE A T R A C T O R without seeing the M O L I N E W e carry a full line of . Moline Farm Implements JENSEN & BROWN Sawyer, Wis. He...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 August 1919

V . '■ iw w .P irw trTMHrw t n p n i n t m ii. i i n n T r w n . . . m a a m - r m a . a . ' ..........................' , 2 !rf. V ' APVOHP^ y^-lHPj^^nBO?y BAT. WHL. AUGUST IS, 1910. Daring the aftermath of in- flaenxa air any other prostrating JHne», logical tonie it EMULSION whkhenriches the blood and strengthens the whole tody, via nourishment. If uou would re- new yours trengtk—truScott's. County hi SopL8,9,1041,12,13 SixPays HveNfflits CENTS Automobiles Free SPE C IA L R A T E S ALL R A IL W A Y S E V JB R Y N I G H T ! Between LOUIS G E R TS O N, HUMAN NIGHT HAWK, and LIEUT. PACK, FORMERLY OF U. S. AIR SERVICE. E V E R Y A F T E R N O O N ! Airplane Daredevil F e a t s by G e r t a o n, Lient. P a c k and Other Skilled Air Pilots. E V E R Y N I G H T ! 510,000 FIREWORKS SPECTACLE! | i 600 People, Including 100 Marine* Who Fought In tho Chateau- Thtorry Sector. ca rn iv a T o f m u s ic Fam ous Thavlu Band of 38 Solotata and A rtistic Corps Be Ballot. - Jackie Band of Seven...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 August 1919

LOCALS • [Home Guard meeting— All inora- beris of the Home Guard corapaiiy arie requested to meet a t tlie Feldman building next Tuesday niglit, Aug. lb , at lh 3 0 sharp. ' 1 Broke His Arm—W hile cranking a fiar. last Friday the motor '\"back­ fired and Ralph Debos suffered a broken fright arm. The ffiembeir was broken just above the wrlst^ Is Getting B etter—Rod Berrio who baa been quite seriously 111 for' sev­ e ra l weeks with heart trouble Is , gradually becoming better and will be able to be about in a short time. Basket Picttte—The W.C.T.U. will have a basket picnic at the home of Mrs. Lon Brooks Thursday, Aug. 21. Conveyances will leave from the Con­ gregational church at 10 o'clock in the morning. . 1 fieer Ads Legal—U. S. .Attorney B. P. EpBtein, of Chicago, announced re­ cently that newspapers would be barred from publishing recipes for making whiskey, but th at beer ad­ vertisements are legal. A Shower— A kitchen shower was held at the home of Mrs. Lucas Miller , la...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 August 1919

jX:'- ^ v\" / * • . * p o o f t o t c b g p o s i » & * « Ww., a u g u s t jg ioio. ^ ‘ } ^ jrPERSQNA FHWSY NOTES W W M*» Mil *|»W* CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW G. M. Stephen'son was at Escanaba^eral’ mbnthB, left for their borne in during the week on a visit. . ... j Wellington, Kas., the latter part of Jlick Bley of' Jacksonport was a . lR8t^.yeek. They were accompanied business visitor in the city Monday. : Frank Blakefleld of Baileys Har­ bor was in the city on business Tues­ day. - »*.*j H. Taubman retwroe^Sanday frpm - a fcnslriess trip to \"Milwaukee and Chicago. ./ ’ iV Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Plete, for­ mer residents, are here from Chica­ go for a visit. - , , Smil Hanson,and family of Green Bay were the guests’ of relatives in the city, over Sunday. A. W. Lawrence aijd family made an auto-trip thru-the Fox River val­ ley ^during %e week. Miss Nellie McDonald is here from Milwaukee on a month’s visit with \" Jier father, Captain John McDonald. f,1''yStephen Densm...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 August 1919

isiSSS a&'AM $5 * 3 ! ^ ? \" v v S . .. , fiip |j|l|lli^ ^ ^ 5 . imm»R C u c ttty 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY OR. JRRBMTAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES . ::. Local Anesthesia ■. • 1404 Majestic Building , -MILWAUKEE, WIS. N.NSTRAND O p to m etrist 8AWYER, WIS. D». E. A. WOESFEL DENTIST Aaron street from Drag Store. SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. OURTXN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST f r » Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. BARRY W. BLAKEFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone Ib4-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office In County State Bank Building. STURGEON BAY, WIS. E. 0. HUMKE.M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON, PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. Office In Graef Bldg. Phone 388. Res. Phone 388*S, STURGEON BAY, WIS. 9n* Fairfield, Bartran & Co. CLINIC BUILDING DR. W. E. FAIRFIELD , Surgery. d r ! w . e . l e a p e r • featerlcs. Diseases of Women, Heart and Lungs. DR. R. L. COWLES Dis...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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