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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 October 1919

POOBOOUNTY ADVOCATE, ■TOEBinW BAT.WIB^ OCTOBER 8,1919. 1S0RDERS of the stoma ch and constipation are JLr the most common diseases of children. To correct them you will hud nothing better than Chamberlain's Tablets. One tablet at bed time will do the work and will make your child bright and 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. BULBS, PLANTS, SHRUBBERY Larkspur, Gaillardia, Columbine, Canterbury Bells, and a host of other perennial flowering plants may be planted out this fall, and will produce an abundance of blooms, of rich and striking colors next spring and summer. Our complete list including Hardy Tulips, Hyacinths, Nar­ cissi, and shrubs is now ready for distribution. Free on request THE M. G. MADSON SEED CO. Seedsmen, Nurserymen, and Florists Manitowoc, Wisconsin ODD HIMES FROM THE DIDUUIS White Ash Splint Coal $7.75 per ton S P L I N T HAS HEATING VALUE EQUAL TO ...

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 — 3 October 1919

Maxine News mMis. POOR COUNTY IPWWWM, JfflriHtfijfli: BAY. Win.. OCTOBER m m m t m STUMER O’CONNOR BURNS The bijrCargo steamer Frank O’Con- mor, Capt. William F. Hayes* Was burned to the water’s edge and sank off Parker s reef just north of North Bay late Thursday afternoon. The boat was loaded with 3,000 tons of hard coal for Milwaukee from Buffalo. -The fire was discovered when the steamer was abreast of Cana Island, and the Baileys Harbor CoAst Guard crew responded to distress signals and took the crew off, consisting of 21 men. Gardner Karker of this city wa$ a member of the crew. M ARQUETTE IN TROUBLE Steam er Brought Hero For Removal o f Old Schooner Scove Cables Which W ere Wrapped Up In Wheel. carease to 100 feet In a distance of 600 feet, continuing with this width for a length of 600 feet, and then decreas­ ing in a further distance of 500 feet to the normal channel, width of 200 feet. ■ The Active, second of the fleet built at the Smith yard for the Ship­ ping Board, ...

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 — 10 October 1919

V O L U M E ' : 58 - m a 'IC- mmmmmmmm, mini mi i — ?_' ]£?* re* vj? BTIJBoioN BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT 'V■ liABGEST OIBCIIUTHHI : O f SOHTHEA8TEKI* tVlWUflSIH S T U R C K O iN B A Y , W I 8 ., F R I D A Y , O C T O B E R lO , 1 » 1 » . 8T*toric*l Booi* MMMWWM NUMBER TUB ADVOCATE BBCTM tTS ADVERTISERS GOOD BM P M fc City Tax Levy Not Much Higher But County and State Will : Put ta x Rate To Limit. W A N TM O RisCH O O LBdO M 'School Board Petitions Council F or NewBuildlng, MoreRoomSpace and Better . Equipment Claim- , ihg Conditions Altogether TooCnowded-^Other Busi- ! ness of City Council. The budget of the city of Sturgeon Bay, as prepared by City Clerk Lang- emak and accepted by the council at its meeting Tuesday night, calls for a total of $64,525 which must be raised by taxes next year. This is but $2,300 more than last year but it does not include the county and state tax which is expected to be ' higher than ever before. According to the budget the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 October 1919

S a w y e r N e w s. TEMPTED AND HE FELLat X E O N KNUDSON IN COUNTY JA IL CHARGED. W ITH BURGLARIZ­ ING GOTT LEMAN, W ARNER STORE. 'B a d Been O a t of W ork, W as Going W ith A n “ Awftol Nice G irl,’' JVeedod C lothes, Took a Chance, W as C aught, an d Is Very Sorry. Because he had been out of work .Tor some time and needed clothes, and because he was going with an \"“ awful nice girl,” he “took a chance, is ihe explanation of Leon Knudson in the county' jail charged with hav­ in g entered and burglarized the Goettleman and W arner store in Srw ver last Saturday night. He says he had been working in th e paper mills in the Fox River Val­ ie v nnd due to the strike had been •out otw ork for several weeks. When Tie reached here a couple of weeks rago he was just about down and out and after he started working money wasn’t coming fast enough to get '-him the things he needed right away, •so be says, he took a chance and was 'Caught. He is 18 years old and is •very sorry now he to...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 October 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STPRCBfeON BAY, WI&, OCTOBER 10, 1910. Page T im * ' \" t County News. SEVASTOPOL P e te r R oth is now em ployed a t M artin Sim ons. . H enry M ower waa a Sturgeon Bay caller M onday evening. R ose A elears is visiting h e r b ro th er Jo h n a t Carlsvllle. A m elia Jo rd an w as th e g u est of M iss M ary R oth on T uesday. M rs. Agnes and J. D. P etorsllka w ere Sturgeon B ay callers on Mon­ day. ' H enry A elears of Saw yer is visit­ ing h is brother-ih-law , Jo h n Moore, here a few days. L aw rence R oth Is p u ttin g a new kitchen on to th e Jo h n M oore resi­ dence, w hich w ill give Mr. M oore im ­ proved living' facilities.'\" T he dance a t Jos. P etersilk a’s hall M onday, Oct. 6th, was, largely a t­ tended as was Jo h n A elear’s tu rk ey shoot on Sunday, O ctober 5 th. D aniel M cLaughlin w ho bought th e L. R oth house a t In stitu te, hag im provem ents ju s t abo u t 'finished and w ill be moved in by O ctober 14. Law rence R oth w...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 October 1919

IMMNt COUNTY ADVOCATK,: yTl7RGEON '-JM *! News of Interest Gathered by The Advocate's Reporters Dorcas Society—The Dorcas So­ c ie t y ■will meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 14, at the home of Mrs. Francis Dresser. Members are privileged to bring a friend. Dumber For Bridge—Twocarloads of timber has been received for the construction of the toll bridge which will be undertaken this winter. The ■. timber is Oregon fir. Picture Exhibit — There was a beautiful display of art pictures at the Bieboldt studio during the week. Hundreds of pictures of various scenes were exhibited. • Commissioned—George D. Wing of The Advocate force within the week received his commission as reserve second lieutenant Field Artillery in the Wisconsin national guard. Fire Alarm—A burning oil stove at the home of Mrs. Sarah Worley Wednesday afternoon at 6 o’clock brought out the fir department. 81ight damage was done to the house by smoke. Marriage Licenses—John C. Carl­ son and Edna Anderson, Sister Bay Edwar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 October 1919

• doom c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , w ra.. O c t o b e r 10, h h o . HOUND 6 A K CHIEF NO BLACKING REQUIRED EgKSQj^AL M JfiJIO N .: .... NEWSY NOTES YOU SNOW L. D. Smith returned Wednesday * Mrs, F rank Tlachac of ForestVilk from a business trip to Milwaukee was a visitor In the city Tuesday. .. and Racine. 1 - ? | August Bley, one of Jadksonport’s Mrs. Howard Packard of W est Al- service men, wak a visitor in the city lie is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mon&ayv ‘ John Ryan. ' | Mr. and Mrs. F rank Gauger of John W eiterman left the fore part Oshkosh w ere guests of Mrs.. R. P. of the week on a trip to Kenosha and Cody last week. Chicago. I Mr. and Mrs. Eli Stegman and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Johnson left and Mrs. H.' Tagge motored to Green Monday on a week’s trip to Chicago . Bay and return on Tuesday, and Milwaukee. j Mrs. Roger Eatough is enjoying a Grafton Langemak returned home visit from her sister, Mrs. W. J. Saturday after a visit with relativ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 October 1919

ra g e six DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STPBGlDON BAT, IW ft, OCTOBER 10, 1919. LIQUIDS dncf PASTES \\Tor BJock,Whit©,Tan«*/ Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes KEEP YOUR SHOES HEAT SHOE POLISHES. - -GiUF.F. DALLE? CORPORATIONS LTD. BUFFALO N.Y. Girls—Ladies—Women Find HOLLISTER'S ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA a great Laxative—mild, pleaa- (ant, certain—so thoroly cleansing and purifying th at CONSTIPATION dis­ appears, and -when your CONSTIPATION goes—your COMPLEXION im­ proves—you work better—eat better—feel better. Give it a thoro trial and you w ill recommend It to all your women friends. S5c a package. E. W. Ihde and W oerfel’s D rug Store. THE GOLDEN TOD KING MIDAS The housewife who has not yet tried KING MIDAS Flour should do so when in need of her next flour. Not a complaint on file yet. Sold on qual­ ity — not on price. Try a sack today. Money II refunded cheerfully if you are not satisfied that it is the best flour you ever used. We also sell the celebrated Armour’s Dairy Feed. The Farmers Co....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 October 1919

BUSINESS DIRECTORY D& JEREMIAH DONOVAN ' ■ Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. N .N . STRAND Omet ri s t SAWYER, WIS. DR. E. A. WOERFEL DENTIST Across street from Drag Store SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN ( . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. ADOLPH O. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested, (glasses Properly Fitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. HARRY W. BLAKEFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 154-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office in Door County State Bank Building STURGEON BAY, WIS. E. 0. HUMKE, M. D. C. VETERINARY SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. Office in Graef Bldg.. Office Phone 388. Res. Phone 388-2. . STURGEON BAY, WIS. Drs. Fairfield, Bartran & Co. CLINIC BUILDING DR. W. E. FAIRFIELD Surgery. DR. W. B. LEAPER Obsterics, Diseases of Women, . Heart and Lungs. DR. R. L. COWLES Diseases of Children. Skin, Kidneys and Bladder. DR. J. J. ROBB Eye, Ear, Nose a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 October 1919

5 c a package before die •C.c a package during c a package FLAVOR LASTS DOES THE PRICEl 187 Conserving the Nation’s Natural Wealth *T*0 take crude oil and separate it, w ithout waste, into a maximum number of useful products , is the Standard Oil Com­ pany (Indiana) ideal of its duties as a public servant By utilizing those fractions of the crude . which otherwise would be waste, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) becomes a conservator of raw materials, thereby adding to the nation's wealth. A t its refineries more than 2000 products are made, each one serving a definitely useful purpose. These cover everything made from crude oil, from petroleum ether and surgical dressings, to paving asphalt and petroleum coke. By manufacturing so complete a line of related products, the Company is able to minimize the cost of egch, and can sell to you the particular item you need at a low price because the other 1999 axe carrying their true proportion of manu­ facturing costs. By reason of its ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 October 1919

M i POCW qOjPWTl A D V W A tfc b a t . w ib , o o t o b e b 10. h »i ®. ...................................................... ... FOR WINTER? Do You Hoed a now Heating Stove? We have a large stock of wood and coal heaters and our line is not excelled by any on the market. P. S.—-We also have several second-hand heaters and ranges which will be sold very reasonable. C. WULF & COMPANY IS^r^^^isAwyER, wis. ,\".■■ ■■ * w w w t * A WONDERFUL FRUIT COUNTRY Old Mission Peninsula. highly. Mr. Nelson showed me a Nearly all the cherries of . the large tree from which he had picked Grand Traverse region, are clipped 22 crates. The cherry Is almost as with scissors. These scissors are of large as a Damson: plum, Is very the common or seamstress variety luscious and Is the most enduring with blades about 5 inches long. The shipper among the sweet cherries, picker holds the scissors in his right This region used to grow a great hand, the cherries drop into his le ft, Quantity of pe...

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

iA£i'.f.-:. (l.V.f • 3!vl for Pocahonta* • . E lsa M. T o B e L eona A. you can buy a 1 of Q u a lit y for $10.40 from 0. A. Green Phono 177 o r 88-R. The fish tu g E lsa M, reconstructed a t th e U niversal shipyard for Allen B ro th ers of K ew aunee, left h ere d uring th e w eek for hi p o rt is one of th e best fish tugs on th e akes. She is practically a new boat and as su b stan tial and staunch as such boats a re m ade. In the rebuild only th e keel and a little of th e old plank of th e old boat w ere used, b u t the old engine and boiler w ere used. Six feet w ere added to the length and th e E lsa M is now 52 feet long. In having th e tu g to rn down and O’CONNER DISAPPEARS Back H urt? • -When the kidneys do not properly do their work or purify the,blood ■ stream, waste products and poisonous acids re4 mhin in the system and ^ause backache, rheumatic pains, lumbago, sore mua* cles, swollen joints, stiffness, lame /jibkek and similar symptoms. ■! ^i|plla|tektuilieitor...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

v - -jf-n l .Hm- L..% v 4\\ ■' ^ ’ -■■■ ' J hhyjiy v o w m _ S » S P * 8iitdrlc*l BcW* m m m 'r: •• . -£ I ’•-?: ''• v'1 tv 8TURGEOIN BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17,1919. kh» ao oD ,ae«im ** 1iri# V .'if ^ fi' (W E WAY TO s e t t l e it FORM PLANS FOR FARM ProposeNew Building In Saw­ yer To RelieveCongestion In The City Schools. probably\"cost $50,000 ^K A itoct Fodler of Green -Bay At 1iI«riHnir ~f r - —* and Aldermen Offers' Several. Flan* Worthy . - nnwdflrcafian * /Inffifhnin To ■ School Building ' Would Cost ««5,000. A junior high school in Sawyer is. proposed-as a solution of the city’s probleiha which have arrived at a point where something must be done. The congestion in the high school and grades is Buch that pupils are not receiving attention that 1b their due. At a joint meeting Tuesday night of the school board and the com­ mittee of aldermen appointed to, in­ vestigate school conditions, Henry Foeller, Green Bay architect appear­ ed before the meetin...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

- ^ ooob c o w r x advJ caxb, 9tc tig e o n ba y , w a , ootober i? t lo ie . Sawyer News. WEDSAL60MAY0UNGMAN Miss Norn Johnson and Walter Pro- Jtnsh Aro Married At Bride’s Home Saturday. Miss Nora A. Johnson of.Bawyer was married last Saturday to W alter A. Prokash of Algoma at the homo of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs, George E. Johnson. The wedding took place at 7 o’clock in the even­ ing, Rev. Carl Mickelson, officiating. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Josoph Novak and Miss Leona Wierlchb Joseph Novak an^Jam es Johnson at­ tended the groom. The bride wore a gray satin and georgette drees and .carried a shower bouanet of pink roBes. The bridesmaids wore dresses of dark blue and corsage bouquets of roses. A siBter of the bride Mias Gejtrude Johnson, played the wedd ing march. The groom is a son of. Mrp. H. ■Wierich of Algoma. A reception to friends and relatives was h“ld at the Johnson home following the core mony. SAWYER SHORT NOTES James Johnson left W eiresdav lor Beloit. Ge...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

POOB OOPWTT APVOCAtg. aTPBOTOIl BAT, WM, OCTOBER 17,1010. Comity News. SISTER BAT MAN DIES Charles Magnette, Village Treasurer ■ and Miller, Was Prominent In North County.For Years. Charles Magnette, well knows re­ sident of Sister Bay, passed away at his home Sunday at 6:30 p. m., death being due to a complication of dis­ eases from which he suffered for seven months. He contracted influ­ enza in March and never regained strength. He returned from Milwau­ kee a month ago where he under­ went an operation. Mr. Magnette waB born in St. Liege, Belgium, Jan. IS, 1863, having been 56 years of age at the time of his death. He came to this country at the age of 18 years, and was a resi­ dent of Sister Bay ever since. In September 1885 he was united in marriage to Miss Anna Roeser. He is survived by his wife and five children and four grand-children, to mourn the loss of a kind and loving parent. The Children are Andrew, Mrs. James Cassedy, Evelyn C., Edward P., and Mary F., all of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

nj, t . it.— Meets ■with Mrs. B. I and at no tim e Is there any surplus j . K eiih Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 21., stock. For days a t a time It Is some- Baby G irl-B o rn , to Mr! and Mrs.! tlmes^impossible to b u y sugar a t the John Klaus, on October 8, a baby - majority of the stores. In some Sm rhtei- ' r, I Places in the country sugar bowls tivnrtr W ouer Wnprres Ihave been removed from the tables S S S j SL*SS St “4 ! truck for his dray business. Leave* Husband, Four Children, Mother, Four Sisters and Seven Brothers-r-Slx Brothers Pall- Bearers At Funeral Tuesday. not impossible th at war tim e , .. strlctlons will again be enforced. Un- Raffle— Jacob Babler is advertis- jegg the government speedily assumes la g a duck and goose raffle to be held control of gugar distribution it a t Maplewood, Sunday, October 19. j j g predicted th at sugar will go to 25 i trouble and diabetes and her condi- . Baby In Judgo’s Family—A baby! or jq cents a pound. tion gradually became weaker day...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

tmwmmmom Albert Walt of Algoma was a bnisl- tage near his present sumiger borne m u caller in the city Tuesday. . 1 Urs. Clayton Graef Wturhe4 Mon­ day from a visit at Palmyra a j$ Mh\" vrukee. “ ' . Edmund AlwartL of Neenah was toe guest of friends in the city oyer Sunday. '■ ’ k • Keeper Oscar Knndsdn and wife •f Cana Island were in the city Tues­ day on busings. : ' Mrs. Wm. A. Sanderson 'hbs/been 'and will also fix up his boat house. ' Miss Grace Lown and Miss Fanny Vose left during the week on a visit to'Miiineaipoiis.* Miss MUrjoTrie Sibree has been spending, the. present week at her home in thih^clty. / Miss Lucy . Sibree left last week for Grand Rapids, Mich., for a visit '.Mh her sister, Mrs. Bassford. Mrs. Fred Losli and son have been visiting friends at Appleton during visiting relatives in Green Bay since the present week. • I the latter part of last week. John Sumner of Madison, a return- j Emil Fischer of the Pauly & Pauly ed soldier, is here for a visit with h...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

The Phonograph with the Clear Clean Cat Tone * THAT'S THE WAY TO TELL I ' Come to my store and hear how the patented, exclusive full ' length tone chamber of the Puritan Phonograph improves the tone of voice and instrument reproduction to the life-like, sweet | naturalness never before attained in any phonograph. Then i you will khpw that the Puritan is superior. Then you will I know why thousands are buying Puritans. Then you will know why you, too, ought to buy a Puritan. Prices: $100, $120, ■ $140, $160, $180, $200, $245, $300, $350. Convenient terms. ! Come in today and hear the Puritan. JOHN A. PAHL SISTER BAY 11 I I I I H W H II I 'M* I I I I «l M O H H I I I I ♦ Limited Supply of For Immediate Delivery PHONE 187 Barker Lumber & Fuel Co. I x w n i m i m i i i i i i i K Life Insurance Your best policy in case of sickness is to take a course of Chiropractic Spinal Adjustments. Don’t take any chances— keep in condition. Jack Dempsey won his fight with Willard because he ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

^ j z ^ ^ ,ifi, \\^, • Conform.-,, ip^X U t bc$J ^ . - i An .officer '•** h*» J.C«l^tj0!1^.0t . 1,1) d o o b o o u m m o c M g , arpB oaow bay . w » . O c to b e r 17, 1010: P»*e Serai Admiral Sims would have made a wonderful bank­ er, for be Jiaa demonstrated- in several important public positions that he is possessed of the marvelous gift of what may be termed “business clalrvoyancyl\" In other words, he can see beneath the surface, and that is a quality which your modem banker must have. The successful bank of to-day is somewhat differ­ ent from that of our fathers’ time. Then a bank was simply a storage 'warehouse for money. Now it is a veri­ table clearing house for all manner of business, and the banker of to-day must be prepared to discuss with his clients every manner of business. 'i He is a sort of business counselor, willing and able to offer sound advice upon a variety of subjects. This bank is modern in equipment and in ideas. It offers you modern service and ever...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 October 1919

V ( ” t y ^ - ‘ ' V *’ i «*# DOOR COUNTY and Mrs. Aug.wratenbach ob Wed­ nesday, Oct. iBtftk , Ed. ^twBhcr left Tuesday/. for Marquette, Mich., Where lie will- be employed this winter. Wilbert Bertschlnger returned home Tuesday* from Milwaukee dimty MarineNews ■ WASHINGTON ISLAND. am dess made a btuifaess tjrlP toTtlteoOunty -seat the. last wehk. REBUILDING THE , « y .. . ■\" ■ ■ ,,,'• .V - UVJJiiC iUCOUOj ' j.* UM1 mmnuivoo IJto't’tiet your flreitosufhnce.lapse, where he has been visiting, the past I t b e due at noon Nov« let. .few weeks. ' Amice little girl was born, unto Mr. j Many of our young people attend- and Mrs. Jens Hansen on the’Idth of ed the dance at Geo. Paul’s last Frl- OCtober. ■ V day evening. All report a most en- NorShellswick made a trip with joyable time. Lis son Alfred on the Dlapa to Green | The Misses Mildred Bagnali and Bay .this week on business , Ellen Peterson spent Saturday and r . Central called :. 'hht ’jhe? bueket Sunday at their respec...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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