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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 September 1918

PERSONALS Leonard BSaen spent a few days with., ■ Memominee ^ r e l a t i v e s - '■ 8. B. Stradling is now enrploywt bj i&e Hart Transportation company. ‘.V-., Mr- and Mrs. Edward iorbcr of Fish Creek, ‘were in the city Friday on busi-* ness. , .■ CJari -Dreutzer of Green 'Bay,'.'Was in towm Wednesday attending\" to sorne bus-* iaee» matters. ' - . ? * Mias Nettie Simon arrived here Mon- ’day-from Janesville to spend her, vaea tio» at her home hereA » - itxa. John- Perry left the latter part of last week to visit in Sheboygan for a fchnt time with relatives. : Gordon Cornell returned on Labor Day ro» Marinette, after .visiting there for, eever*l days with relatives. ... Otto OhneBorge and . daughter, Miss Bvma, of Fish Creek, were in the city . on Tuesday on business. ' ' Mrs.' jMary Spinette returned, to her kove in Green Bay after spending a few days with friends in. this city, j Miss Edna Larson and Mrs- Axel Ros- cngren of Sister Bay, were callers in this .office ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 September 1918

County News. A ”7 ' .: BPHRADf. ^ . Hr. and Mrs. |*rank Bleach and N n. A. ^ Slaughter ofGreen ,6ay spent the 'week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Smltfi and Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Nelaoh and ’grand­ daughter June spent Monday ip Stur­ geon Bay. ' . 7 Mrs. C. Helgeson was called to Manitowoc last Friday to be at the bedside of a sister whose death is lookeit for any moment.' '? While many of the tourists left last Thursday on the last Goodrich boat, many others have arrived. tjie to t week, and the hotels are enjoying a large patronage for this seaso^ ot the ■ year. :pr. M. Hardin arrived to t week to spend h few weeks with tits ifamily. Oil Monday he delivered a lecture oh the lawn of his summer .home, to a large and appreciative audience, ielji- lngof his experiences ln'the war‘rone. The Misses Grace f$aWf and Qer- \" trade Ericksen of Chicago, who have occupied the Geo. Larsea cottage for a fortnight, returned to their work laqt week, the former being a Joachef and the latter a nur...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 September 1918

OOWTOMEMHOlf DB. HOAG, the Chicago SpedaMBt, treats all Nervous and Chronic Dto- eases ot 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. C. A. Hoag of Chicago. yDL,. will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Friday, Sept. 13, office hours 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. s d t ii Y ea r o f s p e c ia l p r a c t ic e In the, treatment of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A- Hoag ofChicagomaihtains, An honestopinion and diagnosis always given.' # •H e has to his credit many wonderful cured in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Emerged Veins, Fistula, , Piles' and other rectal diseases-^-CatSxrhi which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump­ tion also throat and eat diseases, BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples, County Nem. \" CILAY BANKS. . /■ Mifis Rose Jirtle is suffering from a sprained ankle. ,Anto...

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

'\"'t- .v .’: ' v..o-' soon ooini«r limii Many From All Parte of County in City Last ■ Week .' AN EXTENSION COURSE The email hW berrhb, |Fire absent sent in good excuses, Them cotlng . Jww.highly: profitable and thp teach- \"various ^schools with the feeliffjirjthat they would make' this year their best year- \",X The following’, teachers were In. attendance: BalleVa - Harbor --— A nabel Jam eson, S arah HanBon, A lvina Grovosrel, E sth e r B H ni«iel»—F ra n k Leroy, E lean or Brey, A dele Jarchow , R eg ina M ueller, Iren e LeCaptaln. . , , Clay Banka—M ildred E rskinc, tm m aieos BAY. 'Urn, Number of Door County Teachers To Take Lessons In Regnlnr Normal School Work in This City, Special Instructor Being ^ro- ,’R Tided—-Many Interesting Speakers. The Door County Teachers' Insti­ tute was held Aug. 29, 30 and 31st. The program was crowded with good things for the teachers. Mr. J. C. Bropkert of PlatteviUe Normal acted as conductor, . Among the special speakers was J. H. Puel...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

' UARGEST C IR C T llA W O jr^^ IN NORTHEASTRHN -WflSCONMN STURGKO* BAY, YVI8. H istorical footio madisom Wit AY, SKPTKMBER 13. 1918. Will Be Held Wednesday and Thursday the Eighteenth and Nineteenth. WEDNESDAY P A T R IO T IC JDBo H ave S pecial P a trio tic F e a tu re s.. I f f itir s d a y D o o y a n d K e w a u n e e / 1 % - ^ lf f lc e n E xpect B iggest ■ ” F a ir In Y ears—-Stock Indg* - r • lu g C ontest W ednesday. J D oor county’s 1918 fa ir w ill be h eld o n T uesday, W ednesday and T h u rsd ay o f next week, Septem ber IT , 18 and 19. A ccording to p resent in d icatio n s th e fa ir w ill b e th e larg- -est h eld in th e county despite th e fact th a t a larg e num ber of m e n p re gone fro m ./th is j- county to Join jthe service a n a th a t K ew aunee county ■held th e ir fa ir a t L uxem burg last ■ w eek. T ow nship B ooths. A m ong th e d epartm ents of th e D oor p o u n ty F a ir w hich has alw ays b een considered a featu re is th e tow nship booth ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

' l ** f *' - % ........ I .............. . s a w y e r D e p a r tm e n t i .-■-: ' '.- .. -.». ‘ ‘ -..: .. ., - ,:...M~. n v s AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE FOURTH W A *D SCIBLTZEN-MELSON WEDDING flw u w Young Oouple Wed a t Mount OUfe Chmrefc.Sept. 5. ■\" The m arriage of Hiss Selma 8 ch*ltxen to Melvin D. Nelson took place Thursday evening, Sept 6th, at * o'clock a t the X t Olive church. : fl»e ceremony was performed by H er. XL T. Rogne. Miss Celia Olson san g \"Oh Promise Me,” preceding Che oeremony. Lohengrlna wedding xnarch was played by Miss Olga Hen- Atffik*. ■ The bride wore a beautiful gown of georgette crepe trimmed with lace end,pearls. Her veil was caught with m yrtles and pearls, and she carried va shower bouquet of roses and sweet peas. • Mrs. Dan Chrlsman, a sister of the groom, was matron of honor, and w ore a dress of white marquisette. Miss Marie Olson acted as maid of honor and wore a gown of cream chiffon. The bridesmaids, Mantle Olson and Cecelia Anderso...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

allows b it ■Mpporten. be it either tn- MUdifJi « *' a4ntep«per, to nmnt to Bach UcUa. inast expeet. to to a b ^ w d b te s t formerly in the employ of tote jMHPcr te Wave for overseas service, Sergeant Ma­ jor Acker haring been bv«r there sveral months. aa -L s . ^ sa.------ im r um ny Aovocaie ired at tha Poatofilce i t S i v i i n if, Wla, a* siin M -d u i mittw. • FbXLUHBb BT ntooaroiuran Address all communications to Door Connty Advocate. Subscription Price, 92.00 perY car, Iaorderla* addreaa chaased, ..the eta *» vrett aa the acw address should he stvea STURGEON BAT. WIS., SEPT. 13. The larger vote cast for Titjemore in. Door county clearly demonstrates what the farmers can accomplish by being organized, and working togeth- eTaa a unit. Had the farmers thru- out the state went to the polls as they did here in Door connty and cast thqir vote for the man whom they had selected to head their ticket, he would have been nominated by a large majority. While Tittemore has been...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

Interesting Article By Serg.-Maj. John C. Acker FromHi* Personal Observation On the Battle Field—Letters From Other Dooir County Boys. Franca, 3 Aug- ’18 Qear B ert:-— H are been' trying to start a letter for more than a week and now th at I Am at It I don’t know where to start, The experiences of the last ten days Or two weeks have been such th at It has been impossible to calmy con­ tem plate any such commonplace thing as a letter. Today is the 3rd of August— I know that from the • date on my daily reports, and I also know that tomorrow is my birthday — but for-the life of me I couldn’t tell the day of the week. I don’t know w hether it is Tuesday or Sunday. So much has been crowded into the time Since we left peaceful Alsace that it seems but a memory of long ago. , '!■’ Not knowing where to start I will begin with today. It is tUo freshest 1 in my mind and glorious to remem­ ber. Not more than two hours ago I re­ turned from the scene of yesterday’s, ' last night’s and toda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

CLAY BANKS. George Viste was ln.Sawyer, Tues- V: The Red Cross m et a t the Schuster school, ff’uesday.. _ •â– - The Red Cross chapter m at i t Vig- *§« Tuesday, S ep t 10. The Dorcas Society Trill meet, with . Mrs. Martin. Viste, Saturday. Slisp Mabel Sorenson is home from Sturgeon Day on a short v isit T he yignes school opened Monday w ith Miss E sther Scb liyler as teacher .v:\\ Mia. Forest , W odsadalek and ■ daughter of Algoma are visiting with i relatives and ffiendB here . Mrs.', Jos. Cihlar and • daughter fran c o s were, the guests of Charles Wortitrtca and family, Sunday. . .. M{llard Tufts was honorably dis charged from Camp G rant, ill. He returned to ' his home here recently. Miss Viola H erm ann, pupil of the ' Algoma High School spent Saturday an $ Sunday w ith her parents here. . , Mias ’ Delma Halvorson arrived •from Milwaukee last week Wednes­ day and will spend a few weeks here. , The Misses Emma Machut of Algo­ m a and Anna* Frost of Kewaunee are quests of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

d o o r co u n ty H n M K lH i t e * ‘. W . ^ . ' 4 •'. v ! » ' ... x ' \" w , \" LOCALS ..? ’, Wiurtng—T he g reater num ber o t P i e ttppe^ classm en o t th e local high achoot hhve been busy .for. th e p ast •week basin g freshm en. T he process Je n o t as h ard o n th e freshfes as it w a s In form er y ears and th e new S tu d en ts seem to be tak in g it w ith good s p ir it (■ : - X ooking U p R ecords—The register ot deeds and th e pastorB of th e diff­ e r e n t churches o t th e city have been q u ite busy th e p a st week looking up Iflie b irth certificates of masy m en aro u n d th e ag e of forty-five who a re u n certain as to th e correct d ate of th e ir b irth and as to w hether or n o t th e y had to register Thursday. 1 I n S eattle Y ards— The Door Coun­ t y Advocate has received from W al­ la c e O ram who is employed in th e S k in n e r Eddy shipyards in P o rtlan d ,’ O re., a copy of the Seattle S tar con­ ta in in g an account of th e big labor id...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

S O N A L S Dr. T/|A. Egan left Tuesday for v W«8hIng|on Island on a professional Tlait. '/ ./ ' Josepb BcrUche'of the towtf of Bros-- ■ seto, was transacting business In • the city on Tuesday. John Carmody pf Egg Harbor was pinong the.people from the northern towns transacting'business in ''the' dty Tuesday. lira. Albert Anderson returned the v latter part of last week from Green Bay where she had been visiting with relatives for a week. r A. L. Austin, who has been travel­ ing during the present seasbn with a o Chautauqua company,.' arrived home Monday for .a visit with his family. * Harry/Peterson, accompanied by H r.: and- Mrs. Adolph Tiscbler and \" daughters Dorothy and Hulda of Egg Harbor were in the city Friday on baeiness. Mr. Hagen of Mondavi, Minn., ar­ rived Monday and has been spending the present week at the' home of Henry Beavry, lighthouse keeper at the canal. ■ Mrs. E. C. Foltz, who had been at the home of. Mrs. W. A. Sanderson during the past month, returned...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

Notite of General Election State of Wisconsin, Department of StfttO 0 3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at A generaldSlejCtiop to be hold in the several towns, wards, villages and election districts cjt the Btajte of Wis­ consin, on4 the first Tuesday succeed­ ing the first Monday of, Noyomber, A. D. 1918, being the .fifth day of Said month, the following officers are to be olected: - A GOVERNOR, in place of Emanuel L. Philipp, whose term of offipe will ex­ pire on the first Monday of January, A. D. 1919. A LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, in place of Edward F. Dlthmar whose term of office will expireoh the Brat Mon­ day of January, 1919. ■* / A SECRETARY OF STATE,: to place of Merlin Hull, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1919. ' A STATE TREASURER, in place of Henry Johnson, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1919. AN ATTORNEY GENERAL, In place of Spencer Haven, whose term of office, will expire on tho first Monday of January, 191...

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 — 13 September 1918

T hird o(a Serieaof, Articles W ritten by, 7 JOHN W. KNUDSON. :. ' Sturgeon Baly, Wte , 8-7, 1918. I t w as on March 9tb of the present year th at I signed articles for a trip Co France on the British transport '^POrtuguesa Prince.” I had been in th e line before and should have known better, but as anything'will do fo r aitrip , I went . aboard her in Brooklyn’ two days later by way of th e little “J. Hooker Hammerslay,” the delivering, tug-tender of the New York Seamen’s Church Institute.. We - were, to be ready to sail.at once. Pass­ ports, police-cards, identification slips, A. B. papers and w hat not were produced by all’ hands, and we were unloaded, bag and baggage a t the end of a long pier. Ships to right and left of us, still we were not long in discovering our yacht. Gray, red, green, black, dusky, rusty old ships, you are to be our abode fo r a lively trip across-.the restless Atlantic. Up a steep gang­ way we climbed and headed aft. Oh, , ye Gods w h at a sight, th at ...

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 — 13 September 1918

LETTER FM M C .L HATCH HISTORY MADE BY OUR :One yew ago. Saturday, August IT, « a Friday looming, Oo- P., Ctlr Wisconsin Voluntfcerft, composed of the finwt young men inDoor county, AJgama and vicinity left for Camp Douglas, the first stop on tibeir way to France, \"to can the kaiser”. ' Sfcne that time the boy* have been •epaxated, been trained at different camps, seen actual fighting, some been, honorably discharged, others been wound cd and a number have made the supreme •aciifioe on the field of honor* , Company F. was organized early in the year of 1017, almost immediately after war wao declared by this country against Germany, through the ^ efforts of Dft j(aow Major) F. C. Huff, John C- Acker, aid other men of the vicinity. The first cm to apply for admission to the com­ pany was diaries Nelson. Others were John Acker, Edward S. Reynolds, Gro­ ver Stapleton, Leo Moeller, Leon Bour-* geois and Melvin Jenkins. After the big loyalty parade held on April 14, enthusiasm ran hig...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 September 1918

. ^ i i » , i u a m s r n r n Rev. E. JSym ons r. Edw. H elm lcl nu G .B r q if n ijo h q lo n Rev.A lph.Broeiia Henry Overbook R pserEaton^li J .C . Langemak Clyde M. Stephenson Ed. Reynolds W,,G. Arle Jficob Dehoa M 'M . SchaUer w fe Gdede Elvell Mrs. Leathern Smitb lltra. A. J. Gordon Sira. H. M. Ferguson Rfiv. H. NT. Pfeifer Rev. Fred Schumann H e y /E T . Rogue Bert Keith Arnold Lahgeraak Dr. M. O. Bentley DAY TO CONSULT MEMBERS. 7SNiS’w BP -' £®fcj Aity. T .A . Sanderson, Chalrjnaa, u d Prominent PeopJe From All Towns In County on Board. . \\ 4 ,kiy?. * / I\"/? P ra c tfc e L lm ita ito ■ RECTAL DISEASES / Local Anesthesia. •'• 140* MaJestRs Building ifaLWAUKEE, WI& E. H. D. Specialty BY®, EAR. NOSB’ AND THROAT. _ Glasses Scientifically fitte d . Offioe hddfs 10 a. in. to 6 p. m. Other hbnrfc by appointment. Phone 6’. .- STJJRGE30N BAY, WIS. 7 7 / G. B. EOELAND _7 PHYSibiAN AND SURGEON Offices in Merchants Exchange Rank Building. Phone 23. 7 STURGEON BAY, W IS. i DR....

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 — 13 September 1918

I»ll rttMMWHW Real Estate and Loans I can handle several FARM LOANS at this time at ai moderate rate of interest. John M. Perry : Door County State Bank Building. Phone 173 and 275-R. « W W W I invite au to visit our Display Booth at the Door County Fair. Don’t miss it. Fuller Goodman Co. Reported Drowned. I being a success. William P. Larson, assistant keep- Had two interesting speakers, Mr. er a t Racine Reef Light, was report- Sharp and Dr. Holt, who spoke on ed drowned while going from the war conditions, light to the shore in a small boat last I The proceeds taken at the door Friday. Mr. Larson is well known in amounted to $32.46. Door county, the family having been - ■ - --------- _ residents of Baileys Harbor a num- Resigned as Town Clerk, ber of years ago, at which time Mr. Ed. Ackerman, the efficient town Larson’s father was \"keeper of the clerk of the town of Nasewaupee, light at th at place. during the past 26 years, has resign- V : ed the office, and Edward Kenney h...

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 — 20 September 1918

' T •, SWOIWCIRCI iP W J N B E ' ItAR G EsV OKCTLATIOS E t NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN 4,156 NUMBER Historical Booms X MADISON WIS ' r:« / STUBGEON BAT ABVOCATE CONSOLIDATED—-DOOECOUNTY DEMOOEAT STURGEON BAY, WIS., FMDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1018. ■■ ' J g f E BEST iD V BRO TH ire KEBIUM IN BOOK COOHTI Postponed a Day Because. of Wednesday’s Rainy Weather. MANY EXHIBITS ENTERED / Bducational Department Is Excel- 1 lent—Big Sham Battle. Today, With Tank Taking Part—Speed Program Best In Years. . Thanks to old man Weather Door county is having a three-day fair,.in­ stead of the two-day one which was planned. Because of the unfavor- . able weather Wednesday, that day’s races were postponed Until the next day, but even though there were no races the two thousand present- made their o^n fair. ' - Today is, according to the fair of­ ficials, the big day. This day has been reserved for Kewaunee county • people and, despite the large number of people who were here yesterday, they are planning t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 September 1918

General Election Department of of Wisconsin, Rtnto it. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at M general election to be held In the aever&l towns, wards, villages and •lection districts ot the State ot Wis­ consin, on the first Tuesday succeed- the first'Monday of November, A. D. 1918, being the fifth day ot said month, the following officers are to be A GOVERNOR, in place of Emanuel L. Philipp, whose term of , office will ex­ pire on the first Monday of January, A. D. 1919. A JAEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, in place of Edward F. Dlthmar whofee term of office will expire on the first Mon­ day of January, 1919. A SECRETARY OF STATE, in place of Merlin Hull, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1919. A STATE TREASURER, in place of . Henry Johnson, whose term, of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1919. AN ATTORNEY GENERAL, in place of Spencer Haven, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1919. A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS for th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 September 1918

Comty Advocate? itercd at tb«PostoStM-*t Sturgewn :S*ri.yft^, a* Mwond-cbBto^atter. fubuahsd ar DwCtartr iwoo«voratsd . Many so-called remedies for anae- t^ 'a re only ab ln nRme. Their mak- - «rs arc afraid to prove their claims by *e^ig Wlut their me4idma contain. : ! The only way to be honest with the people is ttt Ietthemkn©wwh*t they ■re paying for.-. Here: fa the .Ifmu . IQrtBtlla,^ ^Wh^fi '- ‘3fetO^ knows what a medicine contains, it ceases to ib e e *p»tcm\" medicine. ►'*• ^ HMpata tw w S S ^'M S to 'i ■ Anonlum Citrate,Omond SodaOlycero- fSgipfeitM,CMcarin. : T Anjr doctorwffl fall you that the in- Sredients of Vinol, a* named above, ■will enrich the blood’add banish anae­ mia and create- Strength. When the blood is pore and rich and red, the bodg. is strong and robust. • Ton .can prove this at our expense because youf money will be returned If Vinol does not improve your health. A. Stiles, Druggist, and druggists everywhere. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 September 1918

v*- ,t s LOCALS Closed^—The majority of th e merchants of the city dosed their stores both afternoons of the fair In order to allow their employees to at­ tend/ Timekeeper a t Shipyard—Robert Cornish him accepted a position as timekeeper at the'Universal Ship­ building yard, and entered upon his -duties Monday, NeW Office Rooms—Dr. H, H. Robb has ^rented the office rooms on the third floor of the Pinney bntldtng, formerly occupied by Dr. Huff, and will move in flrBt of the month. , v Marriage License—But one appli- ■ cation for a marriage license has been r iposted at the office of the county clerk within the past week, that being ■ for the marriage of William Osmund- son of Clay Banks and Myrtle Ander­ son, of Sturgeon Bay. Will Purchase Ditching MacSiino— L. P. Nebel is out of town this week for the purpose of securing a ditch­ ing machine. The outfit is to be used on the drainage project in the Big Creek district, the contract for the job having been let to Mr. Nebel. •Co...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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