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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 August 1919

P 1 P P rsa w m u S k tjM 1- _ * WI*»m1«»* i* ‘. r v Par Door County, . , -jX ’-K -„ M bc Peterson »nA Brice, pelenonjile f -'5 - wittk Ferdinand HoU and Clethild* \\ , f B cu, Mb wUfr-PlaintUd. _ * f ■ JLevt ix Thofp and Jane Thom M* Wife., Wb . Toeelapd and Maggie cor-, **7? aJSLl nmm* uhKpown) TosalwfcM * ,B r«y •!* Wlf*.TfaomM m Pant«rs*aLucy«rir«t anknoiffO t ’anttt. hU wtf*, *• #■*■■ -rttMt&PjumM' M ti& X $ S £ ® g S S B & 8 & - - ^ * 3U,S M ,t « S g £ » ^ •T '^ tcteiT ertflm naine^y^^rajy^at.-W i .-. . wife, Wm. D. Picionan rect first name unknown):^ektuu.' kla Wife, and the unknown heirs, grantM*. ' and representatives of said persona and all of them and„ all persons whom It , taay concern—Defendants. ....... State of Wisconsin. to the Said De­ fendants andreach of. them.' You are h&eby :sumtnoned to, appear within twenty days after tire, service of this summons upon you exclusive of — . the day of service, and defend the above :y: •...

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 — 15 August 1919

':sd^V-M.y, )■ _ * jfeSP1 mmmmmm ftLiNYSTJMMEBVISITOlWFROM ■ gi& R igftro^^ 1 v Awfc 3W .:si^.t0iMr.:: The whole question of a super-tire Is a matter of principle#. For there is nothing exclusive in the industry. No patents, no secret formulas prevent a conscientious maker from build­ ing the best. But cost and competition modify ideals. The Brunswick idea is to pay perfection’s price and get it. , • That has been the Brunswick policy since 1845. And it ac­ counts for the growing preference for Brunswick Tires. Motorists expect the utmost from a tire’ bearing the name of Brunswick—and get it. . _ You, too, will be convinced by your first Brunswick, that here is an extraordinary tire, and that more money cannot buy ■ a better. Better tires of their, type are impossible — or better tubes. That we guarantee. . Try ONE,Brunswick-—leam how it excels. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE- COLLENDER CO. , V 275-277-279 West Water Street, Milwaukee, Wis. Bulldin There*s a Brunswick Tire for Ever...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 August 1919

Fish Creek's Old Point of Con tention Gets Attention of Legislation. NEW LAW ON OLD TRACTS BfUeved That Mr. Friedman of the Cedars, Fish Creek, Has Bill Passed Making It Possible To Vacate Forty-Year-Old Plate Simply By An Action of Court. i t m t W IS. ATOPW! lBj M t» . v Smiim ::P& Wrapped to insure its perfect condition in. all climates and seasons. Sealed tifiht—kept The perfect sum in the perfect package. After ever? meat The flavor lasts* !QU!D AND CAKE DRESSING KEEP HOUR SHOES MEAT THE P.F.OALtEY COBPOHAnONSim, »UfTAia.K.Y. f o r W om en's Children' and Men's S h o e s . KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! ' K idney, tro ubles don’t disappear of them sslvca. They grow alowly b u t ateadlly, un derm ining h ealth w ith d ead ly ce rtain ty, u n til yo u te ll a vic­ tim to incurable diaoaae. . Stop yo u r troubles w hile th e re is tim e. Don’t w a it u n til little p ain s become b ig aches. Don’t trifle w ith 'd ise a se . To avoid fu tu re -suffering begin tre atm en t W it...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 August 1919

„..., . ’- • oias^Sf43H ow i»^ a t t e n d s w m }. , T O R & D A Y CKLERRATION AT j U\\xM:- M m-r’y-f-.'S.'.: ' .'/■X't-ii' fc'-iSw.'j’\"■:■'■?■. 1 ■ ■■'■• 0:: ■ ', , !■-, \\ - v ' ........... * ' :■■■■ lt. M«Gtllnn Upholds President In :’V P a t j e l o t l c Speedi—jQirls of Camp Menehga Feature Program •. N With Flag Parade. B etw een 5,000 and 6,000 people . atten d ed : th e big V ictory Day picnic a t th e S tate P a rk la st Sunday. More th a n 1,000 autom obiles wore parked , in th e groundB. The picnic was a - . stu n n in g success and enjoyed by ev­ ery o n e th ere. T he w eather was Ideal-—n eith er too hot no r too cold.. T he program was interesting, and carried o u t w ithout a hitch. It was th e m o st successful of all th e yearly picnics held a t the S tate P a rk by Supt. A. E. Doolittle. Lt. Jam es McGillan, of Green Bay, epeak er of th e day, gave one of his cuB tom ary. rousing and patriotic talk s. He upheld the P residen...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

r v b u n u :/ JxN ' ‘ lT‘. ' ‘Am aietoric*! Rooms MAOtSON WIS i i : ' j ^ 7770 g f r J \\ 3 . , ^ - — a o o fc o o in iT f' d em o cr a t I? A U G U S T 2 2 ,1 9 1 9 7 . \" \"■.\". - . f..,,-. , . . '-II,, I n ^ ,„ .,, , ,, ,,I. , Mi n ^ c Â¥ _ . JSS^JSi!£E££T® ■M»0»HKSCWa, ITS ADVEflTISKB* GOOD Gravel Being Used Extensively For Surfacing All Roam In The North County. ! AFTER A NEW-TERMINAL Washington Island Ferry Would Have Tm««ng Moved From Elli­ son Bay To Europe Lake and Trunk. Xiiae Extended Acnfr . Peninsula To the Bake From Ellison Bay, Gravel la being used to very good advantage in various places. on the roads north of Sturgeon Bay. Gravel surfacing appears to ma^e better ■ roads, than crushed stone. While cruBhbd stone turns to dust in a short time, gravel, being much hard­ er, does not grind up and in the end seems to be much more ^satisfactory . as a road covering, In the scores-of miles of good roads in the north county the very best stretch of highway i...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

who have been visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs. Julius Schjoth, re­ turned to Green Bay the tore part of the week. Mrs. Albert BaCkey and son Ken­ neth are visiting friends in Racine and they were accompanied by Miss Grace Bavry, who'has been here vis­ iting for Some time. Mrs. George P. Michaels under­ went a very serious operation at Ap­ pleton last week Wednesday and is getting along nicely. Dr. O’Connor Miss Victoria Chaudoir w « t Milwaukee Saturday. . i : Di. li/ MacLennon was down from 3reen Bay over Sunday, MIbs Ida Hanson, of Detroit, Is vis­ iting at the Theodore Haiyion home. Mrs. Henry Heilman, accompanied ly her mother, ‘spent last Saturday at Green Bay. . p- Ralph Hitt, of Antlgo, has beet), here doring the week, renewing old tacquaintances. jian Hitt has been critically ill this week and everything possible is lteing done tor him. Capt. Anderson and daughter left last week Thursday for Waukegon, 111., to visit relatives. Miss Josephine Nelson of New York city...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

'i i t§WfHi n (By Col. Oeo.-W. Wing) I f - * ? ' : *l.'v ' W1B.. &BGC&S SB, 1010. i : ................... v l . « . ' . » fw * Mwj# . '' “ l l i i f f l i i l P ® ' d i r e c t o r y DB. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to. RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WI8. N. N. STRAND Optometmt SAWYER, WIS. - DR. R. A. WOERFEL • DENTIST Across street' from Drng Store. SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON affip* Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY ADOLPH C. WOERFEL y OPTOMETRIST 701 Tested, ' Glasses Properly Fitted at .the Drug Store. , SAWYER, WIS. HARRY W. BLAKF.FDSLD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 164-R.. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office in Aoor Connty State Bank Building. STURGEON BAY, WIS. E. 0. HUMKE, M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON, PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. Office in Graet Bldg. etice Phone 386, Res. Phone 688-1. STURGEON BAY. WIS. Oh. Fairfield, Bartran & Co CLINIC BUILDING DR. W. B. FAIRFIELD Surgery....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

cheerful the following morning. Do not punish your children by giving them castor oil. Chamber­ lain's Tablets are better and more pleasant to take. lets (HAT, literally, is the reason why the American has won the proud distinction of being the best edu­ cated man in the world. Because a cheap, dependable illuminating oil made from petroleum was developed f first in the United States, the people of this country had the opportunity of study­ ing late into the night long before such yluxury was possible elsewhere. The petroleum industry, in which the Standard Oil Company was a pioneer, has ' made it possible, even in remote places, for man to read, study and acquire knowl­ edge in comfort, after the day's work is done. shows that the American has \"burned the midnight oil\" to good purpose. The seven men who manage the Standard OiLCompany (Indiana), the 19,568 men ana women who carry on the business, mid the 4628 stockholders, all are proud and is, such a potent influence in the d...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

On Soldier Bonus L-aw OFFICE ©? CQtJHTY CLERK, AUGUST 20,1019. Notice of Referendum Election, Soldier Bonne Law, To the Electors of Door County r— - „ Notice is hereby given that a Referendum Election is to be held in the several towns, wards, villages and election precincts in the County . otDoor on the 2nd day of September, 1910, at which time the Soldier Bonus Law will be submitted to a vote of the electors. ,p ’ S ta te , © r W isc o n sin , O o u n ty . o f . D oor-^-sa ' X R A L P H H E R L A C H E , C o u n ty C le rk IV o f 1 D o o r C o u n ty ,- d o h e re b y 'c e rtify t h a t th e fo llo w in g la w Is to :b e s u b m itte d to •• a v o te o f, th e p e o p le a t a .s p e c ia l e le c - , • tio ri to b e .h e ld - iii th e- s e v e ra l c itie s, to w n s , v illa g e s a n d e le c tio n p r e c in c ts 1 o f , th e ,-S ta te o f W is c o n s in : o n th e first , ' T u e s d a y o f S e p te m b e r, 1919, b e in g th e se co n d d a y o f s a id m o n th : * ' tN...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

Marriage Licenses—Anton Slavik And Stella Knudson, Sawyer, , Food Sale—The Alter • Society ot fit. Joseph's church will have a food •ale ht B. Haen’s meat market, to­ morrow, (Saturday) afternoon, Aug SS , ' Birthday Celebration-—Mra, S. Sol­ way entertained Wednesday at her home on the hay shore, the occasion toeing the birthday ot her mother, Mrs. Jacob Dehos. Tore Ankle Ligament. — Miss Louise Oliinger is confined to her ^ home having to$e the ligaments of her left ankle when stepping down from the porch at her home. Lawn Party—Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Nelson entertained with a lawn sup­ per Sunday evening in honor of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. McCullough and A, W: Jones who have been spending the . summer in the Wright cottage and Who left Tuesday for their home in Paris, 111. . Wasn’t A Barn—The big fire in the vicinity of the south city limits during the heigth of the rain and wind storm Wednesday night was not Goff’s barn, nor Marshall’s barn, as many people supposed, but a big pile of ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

mm* a t , wBfc, AUGUSTaat, H w i / ^ „ *’• ’ * ,. * * ' r t e * ‘k i i ^ 6 v m S Q ^ A l 3VW S& NOTES CONGEBMNQ PEOPLE YOU KNOW I -/U »999‘91 #= / Dkvld Decker of Iron River, Mich., * was a visitor in the city lust Friday. ' R7- RCisen returned Friday from a business trip’ to Milwaukee. - Mrs. W. V rC ornlsh of F t Atkinson ia a guest a t the ' Robert CornlBh home. ■ .^ Miss Alya Madoche returned last -Saturday from a twdlweeks': vacation trip to Indiana. M \" Miss Tlllle RrOpsom went to Green Bay Monday to spend several. days visiting .friends. C. C. Gheeseman and H ? Jv Sander­ son’motored to Green Bay Sunday, re­ turning the same day. Mr. and Mrs.,William W agener and * children motored to Milwaukee Wed­ nesday 'for a few. days* visit. , W alter Meyer of Forestville, and Clifford CaBson of Green Bay were motorlBts in the city Tuesday. Mrs. F rank Dunlap and daughter Marion left during the week for a vis- : ' it w ith friends and relatives a t Iron River, M i c h . ) : -...

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 — 22 August 1919

Coimty News. do not dispose of your 1919 crop until you h a v e consulted us. We are in a position to quote good figures on your fruit. Phone 300 Fruit Growers Canning C o.I . . ' . •raised liere. Both have been employ­ e d in Racine for th eR a rstfew years. A wedding reception was held at the bride’s home for the immediate | and Marinette, relatives of the family. . They will malce their home at Racine. W e wish them much joy and happiness in their m arried life. : . : J.G.OLLINGER ‘T H E INSURANCE HAN REAL ESTATE •“AND LOANS* STURGEON BAX WIS FIRE IS Y O U R P R 0 P E R T Y 5 G R E A T E S T F O E NO USE!, TOO FAR! Unfortunately The Homes and Barns of our rural districts do not enjoy the ' protec­ tion afforded b y the fire departments or our cities and towns,1 hence the greater need of. in­ surance against loss or damage. Is the grain or hay on your farm insured? See us we have something special to offer. See Us About Your Fire Insurance ! m m i ' ' ' t ‘ .1 ' miimm -, eM m ‘...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

i wife, Ferdinand Hots and Clethlld*. Hots, bis wife—PlalntUe, Levi t. Thorp and Jane Thorp, hie rect flret nalne unknown) ToielAnd, hie Mite. Thomae ^ n t e r end t i ^ tcorrect Brat name unknown)' Banter,', hie wife, John Slidell and Matilda Slidell, tala . wife, Elisha Riggs and Catherine (cor- ,:•â–  rect first name unknown) Riggs, hie Wife,,. and Richard S. Fay and Helen ■ (correct first name' unknown) Fay,, his ■■ wife, Wtn. H. - Plckm anand Allce (oOr* : reef first name unknown) Rickman,. hie wife, and the unknown heirs, gjranteea. ahd representatives of said poraone and all of them and all persona. whOpl, It may concern—Defendants, v'^*1: . State of Wisconsin to the Said De-. tendanta and each of them. - Tou are hereby summoned-to appear within twenty days after thh eervlca of this summons upon you exclusive of V the day of service* and.detend the above V entitled. action In the court aforesaid, and In case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against yo...

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 — 22 August 1919

The Greatest Name Th G&ody^ia/fM f a ™£ P E R F E C T G U M h i iri i tr-.lir1 tij j (i-m-itV ill. iil3C w_B V R M t:E Y S iilllCY FRUIT C H E W I N G GUM CH EW fftlG f i n Sealed Tteht Kept Rltfbt w4 * i m « » w w * w h w w w w WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK IN LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, ROOFING BUILDING PAPERS LIME BRICK CEMENT Pulp, Fire Brick and Fire Clay* F L O U R —F E E D —S A L T J u t received all eizee in Portage, Firestone, and Goodrich Tires. Have some 30x3% OOBD Tires on hand. Call on ns when in need of any above mentioned articles. Can make deliveries ‘with our truck. Prices always right. J. F. BERTSCHINGER Wis. and Door Oo. Tel. m Ih m i i i i h i i EGO HARBOR, WIS. MISS VAUGHN GAINS FOlUtTEEN POUNDS AFTER TANLAC RELIEVED TROUBLE. “To show you what I think Tanlac has been worth to me, I wouldn’t be back in the fix I was before taking it for all the money In (Jalesburg.’^sald Miss Mary Vaughn, residing at 93 Summer street, Galesburg, i111., In a conversation with a Tanla...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 August 1919

t f M m MISS ALMA LUNDHEBGOF PISH \" ~ ^Raasdi^iwib«|itt^^ ’ DR. WALDO OFPKOKIA Romance D ijee A ron h ttb jrte rin ' '\" H o^U i^ C M ^ m i ^ She W»* AN umo k id Dr. Waklo Interne. ■•* rz^ £ . - D w » « » w o |s d « ^ t i ::v: ibMrj MILWAUKEE Sept.8,9,H M l,12,13 M Y OR A utom obiles R iee SPECIAL. RATES AU- RAILWAYS ' E V E BY ' N I 6 1 T I Between LOUIS G E B TSON, HUMAN NIGHT HAWK, anil LIEUT. PACK, FORMERLY OF’U. s. a i r SERVICE. EV E R Y AFTERTn OON t Altaian* Daredevil P e a t s by Ge rte on , Lieut, P a c k and Other Skilled Air Pilots. , E V E R Y N I G H T ! $ ! M * FH tEW O H S S P E e n O E ! US P .o p l., Including 100 U a rln n ■Who, Fought In t lu Chfttsau- Tblnrry 8»ctor. CARNIVAL OF MUSIC I T m m q b . T h a tlu B and of 38 Bolotata and Arttatio Corps Da Ballet. Jaek U i Band of Seventy.Flva from C ro at LOkea T raining Station. W hite H ussar Band—Every Man • Singer. . . • Sevan O ther Banda and Orchestras. Five T h o u s a n d Prize Cattle, Horses, Sh...

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 — 22 August 1919

Ms*™iv H ALQOMA STILL WINNING MiMJpitrrf.B.--, SPECIAL'*\"’\"'' QUFH3TiONTd W W fS ofw iseon OTB ON | i | ^ / T ^ f ^ i - g p election to bs heidi SKPTEMBER-^l cities, tow precincts of the. ta te o r W n on six .per-cent - upon Income stock-com s n a il be de Every One Js Ihje^esied In The Flying Circus Feature Last Day Of The Fair. ELECT AIR PASSENGERS dom inations Now Being Received At • newspaper Ofllces F or Lady and Gentleman To ^(Bleeitibtt TP Honor Of F light In Airplane . //-. Machine To Arrive/Hero ■Wednesday F air Week. \"Brownie,” automQklle editor of the Milwaukee Journal and pilot of the racing automobile which will -compete for speed honors with an airplane at the county, fair Septem- h e r I I , was in the city last Saturday ■picking out a landing place for the air machine and making other ar­ rangements with the fair, association lo r the Flying Circus to be Jiut on at the fair by the Milwaukee Journal. The airplane, driven by the \"Fly­ ing Squirrel,\" will ...

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 — 29 August 1919

r . -1 - ■ w m : - 4U ’*TO*6*oir bxy ad d o o k county o e h o o b a t WpUHGJiOlSl BA Y, W lS i, F R ID A Y , AUGUST 2», 1 8 ld . 1 NEW LAW^ P A R f N E R S H lP McNeely, Prominent Young Business Man Dies After Long Illness. OLD VETERAN IS KILLED William. Brabazon Struck By Street - Car—Requiem High Mass' For :: •- Miss Edttb Nelson---Death of M. P. Kalmbach, Mrs. E. G, BlnghamandOthers^Who Passed Away. v V Joseph Henry MdNeely,^ prominent - young business man of this city, died a t his home here Monday morning at 11 o’clock. He had been Hi ahout three years. His death was due to tuberculosis. He had been - in the harness business in this city for many years and was successful. In . 1916 , he ' erected a fine build- ing on Cedar street, ad­ joining the Door County State Bank • building,\\and just when his business was prospering and he was becoming prominent in the state affairs of his ci'aft his health failed and ho was forced to discontinue his business and break up housekeepi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 August 1919

^ « e « e Sawyer News. DONT PURCHASE A T R A C T O R without seeing M O L I N E We carry a full line of Moline Farm Implements JENSEN & BROWN Sawyer, Wis. Wisconsin j Rowboat Motor '! 2H.P. $65 and up Catalogs on request | For Sale and DemoBStratedby WE. H. Beaker Sister Bay, Wis. All Minds Are Centered on One Spot when meal time draws neai ind 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 deliveries from six 'o eight o’clock each morning. Tele­ phone your, order in the evening and have fresh rolls for breakfast. NODE BAKERY JOHN SCHMID. Prop Phone 1fi3 Ice Cream Orders for Sunday dinners must be in by 11 a.m. No deliveries in after­ noon until 5 o’clock. If you have bottles or j ice cream cans please ! notify us by phone. Sturgeon Bay Bottling Works Phone 16. ,.V Re£ H. N, Pfeifer left Tuesday on. a several days visit at Green Bay. John ‘ Schafer and Ell Chaudolr mad...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 August 1919

J F .& Mfa ?V«' 'V'“V ’ & 4Ps.‘-rV \"* ‘V[ ^ **v* - :«ts' Practice L im ito a ta ' RECTAL DI8BA8E8 ' . Loral Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE. WIS. N. N. STRAND Optometrist SAWYER, ^ IS . DR. R. A.WOERFEl DENTIST. Across street from Drug Store. 8AWYER, ifelS. ^ DR. J. J. CURTIN ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON* Second' F loor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON'BAY ' v y ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Tested, Glaroes Properly Fitted at the'Drug Store. SAWYER, W is. ,^ gp g HARRY W. ELAXEFD5LD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST ' ' Phone i.bd-lL STURGEON B A f, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON .LAWYER ' , - - Office in , Boot County State Bank Building STURGEON SAY, WIS. ' ■ii-— ' E. 0. HUMXE, M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON, J PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. - Office In Graef Bldg •flee Phone 388. Res. Phoned888-t STURGEON BAY, WIS.' ,, On. Fairfield, Bartran & Co CLINIC BUILDING DR.'W« E . FAIRFIELD Surgery* ' • : V DR.. W , E. LRAPER [ •hsterlcs, Discuses, of Women, H eart -and Longs. ' DR. R . L. COWLES ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 29 August 1919

'Bftttnid' kt-tt*. 'lfcM offloit 8tt. , / ' rvBUMSto a r ■' \\ r*ivi«p'Mi*T«r •a^^-'--Frldiyi'--at^ fltupar^ny:i8fc^^ ». J. SANDERSON, Mgr, 1 Address all . communications to ' Door County Advocate. T \\ 0 YOU WANT your friends to avbid you? They • m il certainly do so when your breath is bad. There is no excuse for anyone having a bad breath. It is caused by disorders of the stomach which Can be corrected by taking Chamberlain’s Tablets. Many have been permanently cured of stomach troubles by the use of these tablets after of suffering. Price 2 5 cents per bottle. years In 'ordering nddreitN changed, the old its wOU an the new addreaa ahonld be given fiilE says the Good Judge That it’s foolish to put up with an ordinary chew, when it doesn’t cost any more to get real tobacco satisfaction. JSvery day more men dis­ cover that a little chew of real good tobacco lasts -longer and gives them real contentment.' There’s nothing like it. THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW fiut up in two styles Jtl...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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