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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 September 1919

i * Page Elena* Ml HAT, ,Wt».. SEPTEMBER IfiC 1010 M il W H m H W E U t i W f M H I I M I 1 11 I t l 11 1 1 1 H 11 M i * four-leaf clover are good luck emblems,, and if you wish for in all your use the lead^ ing brands of fliftir, such as . BIG JOE, GOLD MEDAL, AND CREAM OF WHEAT KRAUSE DAIRY FEED : is a good luck brand for the daify herd as it always fills the milk pail. • FEED—HAY—STRAW-SALT F. P. Bushman, Mgr. 4 W * » » W W * t W W W * W U » W W » AUTHORITATIVE STATEMENT IS ISSUED BY U. S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. Recurrence’ Is Considered Probable and While No Cure I s Given the , Public Is Warned To Avoid' Contact With Others. ■ 'i l l t l W W W W t W W H W R W f W W R W H W t W W W per ton S P L I N T HAS HEATING VALUE EQUAL TO HARD COAL -—A many ashes. Hard coal is becoming scarcer and higher priced .each year. It wilKpay you to change your, stove to burn S P L I N T r Phone 87 - : . ' Leathern & Smith T. & W. Co. MhH What is the most REAL luxury of the rich ? ? ...

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 — 19 September 1919

■■.wJQKm OOQB COUNT* AD VfCATF« i H S i U S tU t aU the olpso ot sterner ot B A N X /tjF STttftGBON B A Y . B ^ sa ssa s^ , . . . wse« sgeori Bay, State of XV to u e ln e s s o n th e l eu ao y to o allb y o h i RESOURCES Loans and discount* .-.(...........$1,136,452.30 O v e r d r a f t* ,.............................. ■ 4,914.56 B o f t d a . u . . i . . ^ , . . . „ i . . . . ^ . . . . . . . . 4(6,201.63 Govemtncnr Certificates ______ ... . : 76,000.00 -Tax certificate*. stock* and otkerse- . curieie* ---- .. . .. .. . 3,-234.03 Banking h o u s e .... 15,791.13 Furniture and fixture*.. . . ...u ........ •'.. 4,208.67 Other,reel estate o w ie d ..-..^ .-...... 4,559.52 Duefirbiuapproved reserve banks... 229,688.62 Check*.on other banka and cash item* ' 9,383.97 Exchange* for clearing house,, 27,277.82 C a a h o n hand. ________ . .. * . 65,260,00 -ForuignCoin. ___. . . . . . . . ___ 307.40 T o t a l , . . . . . . . . . . ___ ♦1,993,280.05 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

, ,r Kid? \\ 5 8 ast’-iir' tew mm& m m m b ’ j B H § p | | | . 1 5?- y, .A,..\\ , _.... 'j 1ST NOBTHBMVBB1 form er 'Soldiers anii Make Application for Char-. ter In National Body. ARCHIE LACKSHIRE PO ST Local Organization Named , In Honor of First Door County Man Who . Was billed to Acti oni Jn World V.' - War-r-Temporary Officers Are Chosen and Campaign Started For a,Large :■. *. M em bership. ^ Application for, charter for the for-il 'W tion oif a post of the American Le- 'i&ion at Sturgeon Bay, to be .known as the Archie Baqkshire Post, was / made at,a meeting of soldiers . and sailors'held at the city hall Tuesday :u ig lit. r 'A ' .■■■ ■A - j , The post is named In honor of _ Ar­ chie Lackshire, formerly.ofthisclty, who was the first Door county mam-td hd killed in actibn’^while a member of the American forces in the World War. Private Lackshire was killed May 28', 1917, near Cantigny. He was a member .of Co. .G, 28 th In­ fantry, 1st Division. Several othe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

Sawyer News. r s a r r . Bernard Madden loft Saturday for ■Milwaukee. . 1 R ey. Schum an m ade a bUBinoaa trip to A ppleton Tuesday. C harles Sclim loder w ent to Brillion T uesday to v isit his form er “hom e. Mrs, T heodore Harrso.n w ent to M arinette S atu rd ay toj v isit relatives. M rs. Ed. Jacobs underw ent an op­ e ra tio n M onday and is getting along nicely. , Miss Gladys K rueger left Saturday to r A ppleton w here she h as employ m ent. H. C. W aldraan, the insurance m an from G reen Bay, was In toton on T uesday. M r. and M rs. And. Foate, who have b een visiting the Bentley fam ily, re- Jurned to Menomonio, W is., S atur­ day. - Clarence Nelson, who was home on a^Visitj returned to Green Bay T ues­ d a y to resum e his position w ith the ' oil company. Mr. and Mrs. H erbert W iesner and W alter W iesner m otored to Shoboy- gad Sunday retu rn in g th e fore p art o f the weelr. ■ • Dan .Dufek expects to leave in the w ear future for Los Angeles, Cal., to spend t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

^ (XUJXW AOrOCAT®, W ttW E O N BAY. W IS- / -*T' J* '\"1'3 t y T ' \"1-'1\"\" “'amT mu-'~'\"'~r-7~ ------------------------------------- r'7^'z:M\" L.^— \" / • i:..f. \" _».._. . *-\" gr^gr^ \\ - f ®i® «*?* i . I 5!W«^ A hyais^ “'You' little tascal-TpIayied alone the way, dlin*t you? Kept grandmawaitmg! Oh well, it’s all right. Because.' CALUMET BAKING POWDER is alw ays.rightlt'a worth waiting for. Always wel­ come Never shirks its work. . Never fails. Never - wastes minutes or materials and I know it's pure and wholesome,'as Calumet contains only such ingredients as have.heen approved officially by the U. S. Food A uthorities. You save when you buy it—you save token you use iL H IG H E S T S S . . . ■ 8EPTKMBEB 26^ 191». PAgeTtiMW THE TRAINING SCHOOL Plana were all laid 'for the Faculty and Seniors to attend the Teachers’ ' Institute a t Kewaunee, Friday, Sept f 919, but the rain,prevented the trip being made In trucks. Miss Harold and some of the students went in au­ to...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

v.v r n n nm k m nv k m aaa • ftWpOie loF^f, gbvero- =i|fc?conjtf^il\\pf .... has': re tingj|*iiis, ttJAWattQ iw l J A K 0 8 a«tw - £ \\V -r'' 'Xf K 9'v iM.W The Advocate s terest GAthered eo^ eeee «♦#♦»»♦»* m m »♦# n »» m m i Hpisoopal 'Serwleei^^tee'.-■will' le Hptooopal servicos ab tbe K. P. hall, Saaday,8ept.28,at 10:S0 o’clock, by Rev. Horatio tidies. Van Pound’Boy—rThe Stork left a big ten pound hoy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hirsh of the first vr&rd Wednesday night. Xi. M. Washburn n —A son was born to Mr.- ap^ Mrs. George Wash- bapaV Satiur4t»,, Se&t. 20, and has been c naihetr Lawrence Marshman Washburn. Lucky No. 22—Mrs. Frank Jacobs won the beaded portlet disposed of toy Mrs. Oscar Olson, No. 22,.:the win­ ning number having, beeh drawn by . her. In Milwaukee Hospital.—Mrs. Jas. Martin, wife of the manager of the Co-Operative Orchard company, is in a tttlwaukee hospital and’in a pre- cations'condition. • Card Party—The Young Ladles Soda...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

S O M E TION ^ M t f | ,- ^ „ M 0 i '~' M s Â¥ eM am u several t& itt:' th e h o m e - o th e r m other, K n k 'C B ia PA ster, f ll :r ^ n r n to ’h e ^ 'iitj * ^ Chicago M onday. • ]i.\\ C. R. S precher an d tan g ly w ho have been a t Buirke, W is.. f o r se _ m onths, .retnrnhd to Sawyeb • 'wJeQ- neaday and expect to m ake .their hom e h e re perm anently. M r. Spree-1 h er is .looking fp r a farm a t present. O O N O KRNXNG beeh vlsltthg SLACKING 3VfcllRound0dkChief H o k & tlte h e at m ih e U ses le s s f u e l. REQUIRED ALWWSSPK AND SPAM , . M ire - fo r N ew L ondon to r- a weefi** Bhv. Sterz a r id w lf e o f J a e k a a u - p o rt w ere In the'.clty Monday,. , f l - - Mtes L ena .H aeb an d MMh^Blilh - Tw Pedale left-yesterday • fo r ^ G reen P a y to spend th e /w e e k e n d // Miss R u th D ^scoll-leaves M onday » fo r MUwaukefe jto a tte n d a huBlness '/s c h o o l. ^ V . t- ■ - „ J o h n p e r r y 'le ft ln h is c ar Tuesday o p a b u B ln e s s trlp : to...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

County News. '' •, 1 . \\ w - '- ~ THE SARTER-RADATZ WEDDING M iss R osa B arter Becom es B rido Of C harles R adaU O f K enosha T uesday A fternoon. A very p retty ^wedding took place T uesday A ftern o o n 'at 4 o ’clock when M iss R psa S arter, d au g h ter of Mrs. Em m ft Sartor, was u nited in m arri­ age • to ■ C harles ■ R adatz • of K enosha, T he Rev. E. Sterz perform ed the cer­ emony. . T he bj-ide w as a ttire d in a peach colored dress, w ore a vail and carried w hite carnations. The atten d an ts w ere Miss M ary S arter and John Sar­ te r, sister and b ro th er %of the bride. A fter the cerem ony E dw ard F elh o fer •took the.w edding couple on a w edd­ ing trip th ru th e county, th e car being decorated in all th e qolors of th e rainbow. • Supper was served a t th e b ride's hom e and lunch w as served in th e evening. The young couple left fd r K enosha th e next day w here they w ill m ake th e ir home. A ll of th e ir friends wish theinHa long and happ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

i 'a C T c t-ii1.13 ■ ■ »■ ■ ■ ■■■ B'»\"3 3 ootrarrr isfo c iu i W ^ . d r f r . . a B W i M i i M ^ . j f e , I H 0 , , h - \" ■ / ' - . ^ \\ :' - a ’ iPRESf RYE//*-LEATHER: • /, LIQUIDS «7«/ PASTES: For Black.White,Tan ® andOx-Blood (dark brown) Shoes* KPPP YOUR SHOES NEAT SHOE POLISHES ^ 't f t g F .F .P A L L E V C O R P A R A h O N S ^ ^ ^ N E W .Y O R K : A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. No th in g that we could say would so thoroughly convince you of the value of Chamberlain’s Tablets as a personal trial. We can tell you of thousands who have been permanently cured of chronil constipation, indigestion, biliousness, sick headache and disorders of the stomach and liver, but this will have little weight with you as compared to a personal trial. That always convinces. C hainberla Products that Packers Sell Their Number Grossly Exaggerated The Federal Trade Commission has published a list of some 640 articles said to be sold by the packers. ,v This list is ridicul...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

5 c a package before the war 5 5 c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! f i 187 Your Mental Picture of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) ISone it a thoroughly lubricated ma­ chine, owned and controlled by man, who is able to manip­ ulate it as he sees fit with figure­ heads: to do his bidding by push button control?— OR— Is it an organization of men animated by ideals of service, human sympathies, and a far seeing understanding of conditions m a highly specialized branch of industry? The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is owned and controlled by 4649 stockhold­ ers, not one holding as much as 10 per­ cent of the total stock. It is managed by 7 men, who, individ­ ually, have won their way to the * top by giving each day the kind of service which the public found it profitable to pay for. The policy of the Company in its rela­ tion to the public is laid down by these 7 men, which is to render the individual consuiner in the eleven states ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

-’4 't% The horseshoe and ■ ■ foUr-leaf clover are good luck emblems, ! I amid if you wish for good luck in all your’ baking use the lead­ ing brands of-flour, such as 1 BIG JOE, GdLD MEDAL, AND CREAM OF WHEAT ! I is a KRAUSE DAIRY FEED luck brand for the dairy herd as it thefmilk pail. FEED—H AY—S t R AW -S ALT F. P Bushman, Mgr . / Village Of Egg Harbor PrOafl Of lto State Grade School With All It* • ■ • Modern Equipment-. _, The village echool is now the pride of the teachers, pupils arid communi­ ty as It has one ot, the’ finest -interiors as well as exteriors, of any state, grad- ed school In the county. - ■ The walls have Men tinted a beech leaf tan and the woodwork and floors have been varnished. The decorat* Irig was done by Will Levine. : The following equipment has been’ purchased by the district: Liquid soap, cork bulletin boards, sweeping compound, 'paper towels, 2 reams of essay and drawing paper,, screen doors and-full lerigth window screens and a teacher’s d...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 September 1919

AAlaxati..-, \\-tohm^a!OglwKH^A '-‘i&4&!li$ .mtl«r aetfonffViifcaff&.y Jf' ratotowr,-. A3D. 1919,' at, tho Court H6qse In tha Qlty of S tu rs e o n B a y , C o u n ty b f Doer OitA £|tate ■'Of Wisconsin, thoro will be heard, and •considered,,the■ ■ a|tpliba^o^f)9i^))n£liiM' T u tta for. th e ap pointm ent/oC 'aU' ad ­ m in istra to r o f tho estateV bt' X l*a,nd6r T a fts, la te of th e Toiyn o t Cittjr S in k s in said county, deceased '.•.-' N otice is hereby further.driven th a t a t .: th e Special T erm o f sa ld .cpurt . tfc be held a t said C ourt H ouse, .on t h e th ird T uesday o f Jan u a ry , A.R.- -1920, .th e re w ill be heard, considered an d ad justed , a ll claim s a g a in st said AlSxandeT' T u fts deceased ■ And notice is h ereb y fa rth e r • given, . th a t a l l ' such claim s ■•. f o r ' ex am ination an d . allow ance m u s t bo p resen ted 7 to said county c o u rt a t th e C o u rt House, in th e City of S turgeon fitnjr, {n' /s a...

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 — 3 October 1919

n I ' , t y ' r ■ . . . . /• / \" ■ . ' '* j VOLUME 5 8 4r*K DQOU COPNTY DEMOCRAT L A R G E S T CIHCTJLATIOSI O f H O B IB B A S T E B R W fg C O K S U STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1919. NUMBER r 28^ . H is to ric a l Booraa MAM80H WIS ■ « » A U V E iR ilS E R S GOOD H E J I M f c W W » ♦« ! 111 H H W » H W W * * * W Twister Comes Out of the Northwest Wednesday Afternoon and Plays Havoc In Mile Strip Extending From Green Bay To Lake. DAMAGE AMOUNTS TO THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS lo ss At Mike Moore Farm Nearly $5,000 While Julius Zettel’s Big Bara Is Totally Wrecked—Eli Gilbert Is Big Loser and Numer­ ous Other Buildings Are Blown Down While Great Damage Is Done To Orchards. From out of the northwest shortly before 5 o’clock Wednesday after­ noon came one-of the heaviest wind 1 stormd* ever to visit this vicinity j causing thousands of dollars damage to barns, farm buildings and orchards ' in the town of Sevastopol. . T h e storm came on very suddenly and it j was ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 October 1919

p o u r c o w m r a d v o c a t e , b a * . m a , o o to b k b », i M P. ■» - Sawyer News. Thursday tor Manitowoc, which place '(hat will make their, futureborne. Hr. Hovi will accept a position la one . ,■ \" ' ot the shipyards at Manitowoc. PIONEER RESIDENT DEAD | Otto Green made a business trip to Green Bay Wednesday. Elmer Long and family now occupy Henman Taube, Sr., Died Friday Evening In Sawyer—Resided b - This County 50 Tears. Herman Tanbe, Sr., passed away at His home in Sawyer last Friday at the age of 78 years, the c a u b p of death being heart trouble. Deceased waa bom In Bremen, Germany, on the 14th of Feb., 1841. At the age of 98 he came to America and after a year spent In Manitowoc came to Door county and settled on a farm in the town of Nasewaupee where he clear* ed a fine farm and was very prosper­ ous in that vocation. A few years ago he turned the farm work over to his sons and moved to Sawyer where he might enjoy the fruits of a wel- earned rest. While a...

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

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT. WlS^ OCTOBER 8,1919. County News. JIN D R A -FELLER W EDDING Miss Anna Jindra Becomes Bride of George Feller at Maplewood Wednesday, Oct. 1.... A very pretty wedding took place at Maplewood 10 o'clock Wednesday morning when Mies Anna Jindra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jin­ dra, became the bride of George Fel­ ler, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Feller, proprietors of the Maplewood Hotel. R ev.'F. Geier performed the .'cere­ mony. The bride was attired in a gown of accordian pleated satin and georgette combination. She carried a shower bouquet of roses and rose buds. Miss Jennie Feller was maid of honor and wore a white taffeta dress and a cor­ sage bouquet of roses. Clarence Jin­ dra was groomsman. A reception followed the ceremony and was held at the home of the bride’s parents with a dance in the evening. The home and dance hall were decorated in white and gold. The following morning the young couple left on a trip to Milwaukee and other pla...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 October 1919

\" -WWftP • VvWT-’ i l i i i H M ^ I i i »H »«M I»» \" itVBS Reporters Gathered I H l l t t i O H I HU fin e Bobfcs '&ul^ M W IW M W M IIIl IjAST X)N3xSWGBWit^1P SOLDIERS * FROM ftR 8 Â¥ mviSIOK •' ■ • A fttflV fiiH O M B:. ■X Marriage Ucenses—Walter Prok- ash, Algoma, and. Nora A. Johnson, Sawyer. ■ ''-*,% W ' Birthday Party—There was n birthday party last Sunday at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. George Camp­ bell in honor ot their little niece, \"Wilma Mnrsell. - Forty Hoiirs ‘Devotion—-Celebra­ tion of Forty1 Stcftirs’ devotional serv­ ices at St. Josephs diarch was held this week beginning Tuesday morn­ ing. :-f\\. Moefcrat Season Nov. 15—Many banters in. the county have the im­ pression that' the muskrat season op­ ens October 25, but that is not the case. The season, in Door county opens Nov. 15. Cigar Shop Moved—Mrs. Prank iBebo has rented her house to Ernest Jackson and will move her cigar fac- 'tory to the home of her parents, Mr. W d Mrs. Geo. Heldman at 40...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 October 1919

' ^ ^ ^ JW)QB c g y n if r j^ypcxas, ^ a tm u J ^ (bay, w a , O c t o b e r a, im p . » » » « » » ♦ » » ♦ » • • » ♦ » » « « I 1 I H » » I m R m & m x m c * M rs.A . B. M inor..left M onday o n a to r p a rt o f la st week, looking after trip to Des M oines, Iow a. - w o rk being done on som e boilers for H erb ert E rickson of E p h raim w as th e to Ss th a t have been b u ilt in bis a visitor in th e city M onday. . yards. Ju liu s Schaak spent W e d n e s d a y i n ^ W illiam ^ r l e y le ftT h u rs d a y for K ew aunee visiting friends. I * • £ « • * * « College to com plete his . , _ , , . 1 studies in th e pharm aceutical de ♦ , ^ t0« I6fi T uesday on a p artin en t w hich w ere in terru p ted trip to M arinette a n d o th e r places. w hen he enlisted in old Co P . C arl L uthge of Mr. and M rs. W illiam B assford business v isito r In th e city Tuesday. haye retn rn ed from a tw o w eeks. Tls. W illiam -W ellever le ft d u rin g th e a t A nti...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 October 1919

A uction Sa/ei -AT- George Kolocheski’s EGG HARBOR Saturday, October 4 Sale starts at 1 P. M. sharp !! , Consists of 30 head of high grade cows, all will freshen \\ \\ soon one full blooded registered Holstein sire coming 3 years !! old, with Rag Apple pedigree. There also will be Horses and !I \\ ! Machinery of all descriptions. This herd comes off of the Ed. ! ! I Roscoe farm and is one of the highest grade herds in this part • • I! of the county. THIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY OP YOUR - • • LIFE DON’T MISS IT! TERMS—Under $15.00, Cash over that amonnt, bankable \\ notes. JOHN SIMON, Auctioneer »♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦«■! I »I ********************* I »«♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦» «ry, AKDWORlHAair The housewife who has not yet tried KING MIDAS Flour should do sp when in need of her next dour. Not a complaint on file yet. Sold on qual­ ity — not on price. Try a sack today. Money refunded cheerfully if you are not satisfied that it is the best flour you ever used. We al...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 October 1919

was*'- DIRECTORY 4 H DR. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to / i RECTAL DISBASESJ^- Local Anesthesia ■ 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. ' H.,H. STRAND ometTrii^t SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A. WOERPEL ’ DENTIST , Across street from Drug Store SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor . McNeely BIdg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. ADOLPH C. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST \" Eyes Tested, Glas&es Properly . Pitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. Sale at Jtme 13,1917 For Tax«i of 1916. AH p e rso n s in te re ste d a r e h e re b y n o ­ tified t h a t th e fo llo w in g tr a c ts a n d lo ts o f lan d re m a in in g .u n red een ied in th o office o f th e C o u n ty T re a su re r o f D oor C ounty, W isco n sin , a t the, C o u rt H oubq in th e C ity o f S tu rg e o n B ayjfronv ta x e s o f 1916 a n d t h a t o p p o site th e d e scrip ­ tio n o f each tra c t, lo t, o r p a rc e l th e re ­ of, in th e fo llo w in g lis t is th e n am e o f th e p e rso n o r pers...

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

5 c a package before the 5 c a package during 5 c a package THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! m «s ‘t: ■ ki - O NE of the major ser­ vices which the Stand­ ard Oil Company (Indiana) renders you, is to maintain at all times, at convenient points throughout the terri­ tory it serves, large storage tanks filled with gasoline, and lubricating for quick delivery to you when you need them. Assume for a moment what would hap­ pen if severe weather or unforeseen transportation conditions should cut off deliveries from the refinery for a week, and that no appreciable surplus was available. You would walk for your groceries. Your physician would be slow in arriv­ ing in case of sickness. Business gener­ ally would suffer through inability to make deliveries. In a word, unless the Standard Oil Com­ pany (Indiana) maintains a tremendous surplus^ in the field at all times your domestic and commercial welfare would 'be jeopardized. This vast storage of 156,528,950 gallons is but a sin...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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