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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 September 1919

iw K O B T n u m u W isconsin S T U K G E O ft B A Y , W I S ., S E P T E M B E R 1 2 . 1 0 1 9 . rta „ *e AitedcAt*s:Bntedae . . . VERTI8EHS G0OI R E S trU N g- Solution Offered To Problem of Overcoming Crowded City Schools. NO OTHER FEASIBLE PLAN Unless MOre Boom Is Frovlded ^lay Be Necessary To Refuse Admis- i sion To Tuition Students Cans- - lag Boss of Over $8,000 a . r l.Yeav—(School Board Puts i ' Matter Up To City , L . ' ■ Council.' Sturgeon Bay’s city schools have troubles other than those which ex- 1st in Its second grades, troubles which cause the difference of oplnidn regarding • the use of the library building to fade into Insignificance. Conditions In the city schools are : i such that they are verging on viola­ tions of the lafes of the state of Wls- . cohsin. '■ ■’ At a meeting.of the school board Monday evening’ the board worked the old army game of “passing the r : buck.” The board put its troubles up j. to the city council and it is a matter X in which the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 September 1919

Pago .'‘I: ’'3 / \"i IHKiK OUUNTYAD VOCATB, STURGEON BAY. W W , SEPTEMBER 12,1019. Sawyer REUNION IN CALIFORNIA fo rm e r Wisconsin People Hold An­ nual Picnic a t Los Angelos-—Door County Well Represented. The Advocate received the follow­ ing description of the Wisconsin pic­ nic held a t Los Angeles recently from one of its friends: - The .Wisconsin picnic and reunion held in Sycamore Grove, Los Angelos, Calif., Aug. 30, was well represented from every county in the Badger ntate. ■ County registers fastened to the hlg trunks of the many curious Syca­ more trees took care of tho heavy reg- Isteration. Basket dinners were provided by th e picnicers, and hot coffee by the management, so with comfortable seats and tables the feast was great. Speeches were given by good, able speakers and greatly enjoyed. The Merkel sisters sang the Wisconsin song, “California Is Calling Me.” All present joined in patriotic songs. Door county had the following reg­ istered: Dr. F. E. Berge, Stu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 September 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, S ltB flE O S M Y , WIS PE-RIMMA Glad to T iy Anisrfliing • “Three, years- ago • tny ' system Was in a terribly run down con­ dition and I w as broken out all- over my body. I began to be wor­ ried about m y condition and- X was glad to t r y ‘anything which would relieve me. Peruna w as 'recommended to me a s si fine blood remedy and tonic, and I soon found th a t it was wortliy e t praise. A few bottles changed my condition m aterially and in a •short time I w as . all over my trouble. I owe my-restoration to health and strength to Peruna. I nrj, g lad 'to endorse it/* • •+ Sold Everywhere . i n Terribly Condition Miss Rieka heopi 288 Layco St., Menasha, Wis., Setfy Liederkranz. Miss Leopold’s letter opposite conveys in no un­ certain way the gratitude she feels for Peruna. liquid and Tablet Form STURGEON BAY AT BOSTON - I A AT RUBENS’ HALL, ROSIERE, WIS. SEPTEMBER 14, 15, 16, 22. Monday, Sept. 15th, music furnished by £► Forestville Liberty Band. 'mmm ...

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 — 12 September 1919

'- JPmge Fonr DOOR COUNTY ADvTH^AT iRr i#inDTW3EON LOCALS Dorcas Society—The Dorcas socle1 ty will meet with Mrs. Will Higgins, Tuesday evening, Sept, 16th. Movies :At Crystal—Welter Bros, have been showing a good class of moving picture shows at the old Crystal theatre during fair week, iphey. leased the building from Frank Moeller, who recently purchased the property, for fair week only. - , Correction—The writer of the article headed “Communication\" in last weeks’ issue of The Advocate, wishes to state that the room in the library building is being used for advanced children and not for ones who are backward in their studies. AV. C. T.'U. Meets—The Womens Christian Temperanco Union will meet with Mrs. Ernest Long Tues­ day afternoon. New members are especially urged to be present.., Mrs. Alfred Hanson, leader. Boys Timber Land—At the auc­ tion'held in Savastopol Monday the Klatz 80 acres of timber land was purchased by Henry Diefenbach and George Paul, the former owning the pr...

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 — 12 September 1919

, POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTURQEON BAY, W I9., SEPTEMBER 12,1919,. P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N :: ItXWST NOTES ...................................I I CONCERNING PEO^TBT^ofe^XNOl* PageFhr* M re. K insey of F ish C reek w as in th e city W ednesday in attendance a t th e fair, v Miss '• M artha P lnney leaves th is w eek fo r M ilwaukee to resum e he# studies a t M ilw aukee N orm al. ' A lbert Schultz of L iberty Grove w as in th e city W ednesday, bringing In a load of people to. th e county fair. H arry Lovely, of A lden, N. Y., is here d ir a visit w ith his cousin, Mrs. M ay D resser, having arrived last Sat­ urday. Rod B errio, w ho haB been confin­ ed to his bed fo r nearly tw o m onths, is now. able to s it up for a few hours each d a y .. Alex L undberg of F ish C reek was in th e city oh business M onday. Like w ise Jos. Cherney of Sister Bay on Tuesday. J •• , D r.. an d M rs. H arry B lakefield of Baileys H arb o r w ere in th e city the first of th e w eek visiting frie...

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 — 12 September 1919

:re is nothing equal to Chamberlain’s Tablets for constipation. When the proper dose is taken their action is so agreeable and so natural that you do not realize that it is the effect of a medicine. These tablets possess tonic proper­ ties that aid in establishing a natural and regular action of the bowels. Chamberlain’s Tablets have cured many cases of chronic constipation. Chamberlain’s Tablets iT A aT a aT . aT a aT * . 4.T a aT a . j T a i.T * aT a v^ t t ^T T ^T We Now Carry a Stock of *| t Atlas Portland Cement ! I Best Cement | for the general trade. Phone Us Your Order f ===== t Y Hart Ice, Fuel & Dock Co. I HM-HH fjy Good Luck Emblems The horseshoe and four-leaf clover are good'luck emblems, :: and if you wish for ^ . good luck in all yoUr ,, baking use the lead- I ing brands of flour, j I such as BIG JOE, GOLD MEDAL, AND CREAM OF WHEAT ^ ■ KRAUSE DAIRY FEED is a good luck brand for the dairy herd as it always fills the milk pail. ^ FEED—HAY—STRAW—SALT Bushman Millin...

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 — 12 September 1919

’ ' If * * ■ ... BUSINESS DIRECTORY » i M i i M M * * * « » « » m » i OB. JBBBMIABFDOKOVAH Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASE8 ” ■ ‘ Local: Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building . ,m il w a u k e C w i 8. .. H. N. STRAND Optometrist SAW YER.W W . DR. R. A. WOERFEL DENTIST o Acrt.Mi street' from Drug Stor*^ ■' SAWYER. WI8. • b i J. J. CURTIN PHVSipiAN AND SURGEON a«c# Secon«J Floor McNeely Bid* STURGEON BAY ADOLPH C. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST IS ire* Tested, Glasses Property r Kitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER. WIS. HARRY W. RT.AWP.gmLP VETERINAR7 SURGEON AND DENTIST . Phone Ib4-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office In »oor County State Bank Building OTURGfeON BAY, WIS. E . 0. HUMEE, M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON, PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. v . . Office In Graef Bldg. ‘PMc* P|ione S88. Res. Phone 888-1 8TURGEON BAY, WIS. On. Fairfield, Bartran & Co CLINIC BUILDING DR. V . E. FAIRFIELD ■ ■■■' ■. Surgery. DR. W. E. LEAPER i . 4H»terlcs, Dlsewsesof Women H eart...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 September 1919

5 c a package before |c a package during war 5 c a package THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 157 N o t 1 B u t 4 6 4 9 ,1804 1HE _ Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is owned by 4649 ipen and women—not one owning as much as 10 per cent of the total. The Company is not personally owned or controlled by one or two men. • The stockholders have conferred full authority and sole responsi­ bility for the handling of the Company’s affairs in a Board of Directors of seven men. These men have come up) from the ranks and risen to their present position because they have demon­ strated unusual ability in* their particular division of this highly specialized industry. The Board of Directors measure the success of their trusteeship not by ■ earnings alone, but by the service the Company renders the people at large. They know that the earnings avail­ able for dividends are always in direct proportion to the degree of usefulness arid character of service , rendered. It is this ideal of manageme...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 September 1919

'7 7 7 7 7 7A ■ . - ' ■- . ' V . '■■/ i • f 77 7 7 unrortunately the Homes and Barns of our rural districts do riot enjoy the protec­ tion afforded b y the fire departments or our cities and towns, 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 ! Phone 300 I Fruit Growers Canning Co. $ What is the most REAL luxury of the rich ? ? ? ? ’ What is the wisest economy of the poor ? P ? ? ? The same thing: GOOD BREAD! Bread made from FLOUR In this most staple and valuable of foods, wealth has no advantage. All may enjoy the wholesome, bodybuilding qualities and delicious flavor of this “Autocrat of all Flouts.\" For even though King Midas is “The Highest Priced Flour in America and Worth All It Costs* the difference in cost is nothing to the difference in quality. ShANE BROS. & WILSON CO. MINNEAPOLIS Door County Distributors. STURGEON BAY a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 September 1919

r - :~ doo)& c o u n t * j y i w SSSSs MARKKTRSaPORT. tft to ) ..... heat, .per bu built in L87 6, the craft has always been well kept up by her owner and Id gbod for tjite .fishing Industry many, years to-come, ,'ij Marine News Scotch Peas {neat): per-1 OO.au-~_5.0 0 \"White Peas. per 10Q.L...l..... @ 4.50 Alaskas, per 100i£*^_i.__5 50 @6.00 Marrowfats — ./-.v... :y . .fi.so Potatoes, bu-. ,— u_l. I____1.50 • ••v :.' . SEVASTOPOL • . The Institute, ball team Will play the Pish Creek team at institute next Sunday, Sept. i 4. ■ (First Publication Sept. 6,' 1919—w6) State of Wisconsin, Circuit ' Court, Door County: C hristine, Miller, Mary Mlntz, and H arry Hollenbeck—Plaintiffs ' / a V S . . _ \\ ' . E . Peterson, Agnes- Nelson, -Julia .Mnehl, Christ! Nelson,' Barney Nelson, Clitra Nelson, ’ Nelslo Nelson,' . A rthur Hollenbeck, - Elvira Kramer, Crystal Hlttmann, and all other heirs a t law of E ver Nelson, decensed—Defendants. , ’ '.The State, of Wisconsin, to.-the said Defen...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 September 1919

* - - i •• '*7.yj ??}. -boob o o o io t bz* o®at 1 '2 S W R , STW K6K01V B A Y W I8 .,Y g lIp .A Y , S E P T E M B E R 1 9 ,1 9 1 9 . ^s^aanpipi. ^ . »T* Peacefully Passe? Away at the. Hospital Where She Had 1 Been Many Months. OTHER DEATHS OF WEEK Veteran Eugene Birm ingham Dies A t Soldiers’ Home, Milwdnkee, From 1 O ld Age—Jacob Herrbold, For­ m er M a n a g e ro f the Door , County Seed Company ’ ■ Dies A fte r Short Illness. . H attie, w ile of Adam N. Dior, foy many years. - superintendent of the Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan phip canal, peacefully passed away 'at the Egeland 'hospital Sept. 15, at 11:30 p.m. The end had\" been ex­ pected fo r weeks. W ith the death of Mrs. Dier a righteous and beautiful life came to a close. Funeral services were held yester­ day morning a t 10 o’clock from the home of Mrs. Dier’s sister, Mrs. Fred W ilke, corner ‘ Ghurch and Portage Btreets. ' Revl EJ J. Symons of the M. E, church pfflciated. The. choir und- er direction of M Ibs E l...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 September 1919

T»tt Two Sawyer Sawyer Clinrch'Culls New Pastor. ’ At a recent meeting of the church council of the Bay View Norwegian Lutheran, congregation' it} was de­ cided to extend a call to Rev. J. T. Alvestad, of Chicago, to become per­ m anent pastor of the 'chnrcli. Tlio ■Young Peoples League, which is be­ coming very active in the general welfare of the church, is in accord with the church council in this cab. I t is the desire of th e ' congregation to secure a minister who is loyal to his country and the congregaton and in selecting Rev. Alvestad, tho council! has made no mistake as he Is a young m an of ability and made a very fav­ orable impression while here re­ cently. No. 058 Gets Load of Wood. Ticket No..65S won a load of wood \"at the Sawyer Goodman booth at the county fair last weelc and the holder of the ticket has not called for the wood which will be delivered to who ever presents the ticket. As in form- /'e r years the Sawyer Goodman com­ pany had a display at the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 September 1919

A Vote* From Bloux City, lows, says W orth I ts W eight in C old _ . You cannot mislak* the -words of Mr. W.W.Northrup, of908 Fourth Street, Sioux City* Iowa. He is enthusiastic about his present health and the merits of PE-RU-NA and wants everypne to know it Here is a re­ cent letterfrom him:— \" ■ “PE-RU-NA la worth It* weight in sold and then some. I used to think it only • wo­ man’s remedy but have changed my mind. I had a couch, especially in the morning. After using half a bottle ol PE-RU-NA was much better. I would cough up chunks Of phlegm and mucus, my eyes itchdd and both- ered me. Judging from the symptoms given inyouf almanacdtwas catarrh. My stomach is in much better condition since using your: medicine.” “ Use this testimonial, if you Wish. .Don’t hesitate to advertise the merits of PB-RU-NA.” - (Signed) W.W.NORTHRUP. There are thousands Just like Mr. Northrup, skeptical at first but convinced by a trial of PE-RU-NA. DON’T BE AN UNBELIEVER. If your trouble Is of a ...

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 — 19 September 1919

5 c a package before the war 5 c a package • during tbe war 5 c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS 5 0 DOES THE PRICE! 6 157 Do You V TO better' way could be found to illustrate and emphasize the usefulness of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana), and the broad and varied service it renders, than to take five minutes and imagine a gasless year. Think how our lives instead of being'full and complete through association with ‘ * pur fellow men would be circumscribed by : , the barriers set up„by shank’s mare. Think how manufacturing would be ham­ pered. How industry generally would be crippled. How crops would go to waste through inability to harvest, and the leaps and bounds that the cost of liv­ ing would take. Instead of the natural expansion of busi­ ness that comes from service and useful­ ness, the whole structure of business would be hampered through sheer inabil- i ity to render to society that service which society has been accustomed to demand. The Standard Oil Company (Indian...

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 — 19 September 1919

County FAIL TO SEE OUR SPECIAL $6.00 LINE - BAILEYS HARBOR. Mr. and Mrs. WjillieSchmlte visits ed at Kaukauna Sunday. •. v Oita Hanson,transacted v basinets ' at the county-seatSaturday.' _ Judge Graass of Green Bay spent ■ a lew hours of Wednesday here • ' , • Abel Minor and -wife of Sturgeon Bay Sundayed Jrtth relatives here. 'V Mm Coonex Grovogfel and Mrs. ' Paul Llest spent Sunday at Pish ■ Creek. Andrew Zafe and William Olden- berg returned home from 'Sturge6n Bay Friday. ■' / 1 The Famous Girls’ -■ Orchestra of Milwaukee gave a dctnce at Schrata's hall Wednesday evening. Har^y Muckian is the owner of a new Ford, having gone after the car Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Weiss are re­ joicing over the arrival of a son, who made bis appearance Wednesday. . ' Mr., Anderson of Appleton w&s ’ in this village Saturday installing gas lights in the Art Solom building. i 1 \" Wm. Schultz gave a raffle ani ' shooting match at his place Sunday. Some of our men and boys won \"a : ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 September 1919

S i — ■ ' d o o r ooD N inr-a D v • ,Ti - 'siV ■ . This Advocate’*' Reporters MIIMMWOtlUl I» if Ml 11 * I HI lllHil • DScift*—A daughter to Mrt ii^ M r s . M. £ji.poff, Sept, 11th. „= C&nstiian Scienc^—-Services will be held'in the Odd Fellows' Hall Sunday morning at 1^ o’clock. Subject: ' .Matter. . „ W ill Serve S u p p er-tb © Moravian ladles will serve supper in the church parlors, Wednesday, Septem her 24. Cordial Invitation extended ■ to all. Fines Kewaunee MaU— Conserv­ ation Warden Jeske, in the town of Carlton, Kewaunee county,, during th e week caught Shrank Sekadla hunting without a license and took him to Kewaunee where he was fined $50 and costs. Rummage Sale—The ladies of the Congregational church will hold their annual rummage Bale Jn'tfae Noll building next_ week Thursday and Frdlay, S ept 25-26. A Baby Girl— Rachel Morrison E r­ win arrived at the R. C. Erwin home, Ephraim, Sept. 13 at 11:55 a. m. Miss \"Rae” expects to m ake'a leng­ th y visit. Mrs....

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 — 19 September 1919

NEWBY NOTES ................f OONOBBNXNG v 1 » ••* » »• 6am Skippon went to Kenosha the fo rep arto t-th e -week to visit , hlri brother. ?'?:.?:: ■' , ■ r.: -y- ' ^ ^ %'. John Stewart returned duripg tlier week from an extended -vacation trip thruout the state. 4 MiBsLucile Lundberg itaa in the city Tu^day on her way to Stevens Point from Fish Creek. ■ Mr. and. Mrs. Harry Collard left Tuesday for Milwaukee where they «xpect to m akethelr future home. 1 Miss Bessie iJefo^ who 'was called home from'Chlcago by the serious ill­ ness . of her. mother, returned to Chi­ cago Saturday. : Charles Peterson of Baileys HaÂ¥- r'bor, was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. ■■.../ ■ • L. m : Washburn returned last Fri- \"day. from a month’s visit at his old home in Maine. v Clinton\" Blood and mother Mrs. Mary Blood, left Wednesday .on,'a -motor trip to Ingalls, Mich. • Dr. and Mrs. T C. Proctor and daughter Martha were Green Bay visitors Saturday, making the trip by auto. -...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 September 1919

l-.-r v ■** * \" J 1 V J ^-f' «*•*• Eight . d o o b c o u n t y STURGEON BASEBALL AT INSTITUTE BUY HOM E In s titu te W ins .O ne a n d Lpses One i n . D oubloheader P layed ■ L a st S unday. T h e re w ere a couple of m ore good f c a llg a m e s a t In s titu te la s t Sunday, th e double-header resu ltin g front th re a te n in g ra in w hich k e p t th e .F ish C reek team a t hom e and a num ber of Sturgeon Bay hall players a t Insti­ tu te fo r th e gam e betw een F ish Creek and In stitu te volunteered to p u t on a n exhibition of th e national pastim e In ord er to n o t disappoint th e large crow d. In th e S tu rg eo n .B ay lineup w ere A ugustine, L eltl, Christianson, D esenfants, D elcham bre and others. In s titu te w on d to 3, W. G. Arle um­ p iring. B efore th e gam e was over Fish C reek p u t in an appearance and the second gam e was played. Institute g o t aw ay to a good s ta rt and- had a le a d of th ree runs in the second in­ ning. F ish Creek tied ...

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 — 19 September 1919

* » » t» » M »l»«»»»»t » K » »* BUSINESS DIRECTORY ♦ ♦ ♦ « * ♦ # » ♦ ♦ ♦ * ! » » DB. JEREMIAH DONOVAN P ractice Lim ited to - RECTAL DISEASES . Local A nesthesia 1404 M ajestic B uilding : M ILW AUKEE, W iS. N.N. STRAND Optometrist » SAW YER. W ISi ' V. DR. B. A. WOERPEL DENTIST Aerosa stre et from . D rug Stors. SAW YER, W IS. ~ DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN. AND SURGEON 'tiffics Second - Floor. McNeely Bldg STURGEON BAY ADOLPH C. WOERPEL OPTOMETRIST Mff$ Tested, .Glasses Properly • Pitted at the Drug Store, , SAW YER, W IS. HARRY W. BLAKEFIELD0 VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST P hone 164-R. STURGEOl? BAY, W IS. H. M. FERGUSON LAW YER Office in floor C ounty S tate B ank Building. . . STURGEON BAY, W IS. E. 0. HUMKE, M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON, PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. „ Office in G raet Bldg. P hone 388. Res. Phone 388-1. ’ : 8TURGEON BAY, W IS. Ore. Fairfield, Bartran & Co. CLINIC BUILDING DR. W. E. FAIRFIELD Surgery. PR. W. B. LEAPBR Sbaterics, Dis...

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 — 19 September 1919

AND PROSPECTIVE Building-operations la the summer resort towns of the Northern penin­ sula are assuming great proportions in anticipation of the great crowds of visitors expected here next year, hundreds of poople were disappointed In their attempts to get accommoda­ tions here this summer. It frequent­ ly happened that as. many as ten and •fifteen automobile parties spent' the night in State Park after fruitless en- Jtteavora to find accommodations at the hotels, and quite often the'over­ flow receded to Algoma and Kewau- nnee for the night. Building operations now under way and those contemplated before the Beason opens' next year will amount to a half-million dollars or more. The greater part of this mo­ ney is outside capital which will be • expended in' summer homes or on im­ provements on property already own­ ed by outsiders. It will not be ex- • pended entirely on' summer homes, either, but, as in the case of 'the Murphy Farms at Horse Shoe Bay, on projects which will...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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