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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

. r 1X414 W B , QCTOBXRtU f i * . | ......... ***&•&*’r ©74- i Let U S handle y o u * * ! insurance. It is sad to see your property destroyed but it is a great satisfaction to know that yourloss was covered by insurance. Are you insured? If not, do not delay in taking out insurance. In our bank we can attend to this for you, because we are agents for sound, reliable insurance companies. BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL BE8ERVB BANK. BRANCH A T SAW YER O F F I C E R S i S D D I R E C T O R S H HNRT PR TZE H . P re* JOS. W OLTKR. V lee-P re* J . H . STEW AR T, A n t C ashier JR. O. K O EH N , A n t C ashier B . J . K fejlTU, Jttgr. Saw yer B ranca ROGER EATO UG B BD W . REYNOLD* uoor umsvf Mvocait Entered a t the Poetofflce’ a t Startfeon : S ay. W ia, aasecorid-claM m atter^ %\\ ■ Published By D o er C a n t y P u b fisM ag C o M p i f Incorporated. ® very Friday a t Sturgeon Bay, W ia. H. J. SANDERSON, ’Itgr.' Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscr...

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 — 31 October 1919

. ** * \\ rj' * %i *, w: » , ' | l t ,1 *u V # 1 ^ ’ \\ ‘ 1 , ' *1. ' • % \\ [ Z r - V h 11 ,, £RB Is a brand new type of jar. It solves the problem which has baffled automotive en­ gineers—how to combine riding comfort with tight weight and economy. Our new Three-Point Cantilever Springs make this possible. These are the first springs of their kind and they are made of chrdSme vanadium steel. 0They are exclusive, with Overland. Because of these springs, Over­ land 4 combines the riding qual­ ities of large heavy, expensive, long wheelbase cars, together with the advantages and economy of small light cars. With 100-inch wheelbase, Over-1 land 4 has the luxurious riding ease cl 136-Inch Springbase.\" The exclusive, Three-Point Can­ tilever Springs cushion the car so that it rides well on all roadst they reduce choppy rebounds end side swaying, protect the car from road shocks and prolong Its lifo, mini­ mize twisting or racking of frame and body, enable the car to hold the roa...

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 — 31 October 1919

POOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTUROKO* BAY, WIB, OCTOBER 81.1919. WE ABE ALWAYS IN THE MARKET FOB SCRAP IRON, RAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. and sura also paying . HIGHEST PRICE8 FOR H I D E S . ^ A f i D N I W Phone 269-R. pfrM I ! *♦♦♦! H 11II H I H U j BUSINESS DIRECTORY NM t I I 1 11 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« W i l U l C o u n ty N ew s. DB. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES \\ Local Anesthesia 14.04 ^Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WI8. N. N. STRAND O p t o m e t r i s t SAWYER, WIS. DB. B. A. WOERFEL V DENTIST A ctosb street from Drug Store SAWYER, WIS. DB. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. . ADOLPH C. WOERFEL i 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. C. HUMKE, M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. Off...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

IMKlR OOtnFry ADM ' News' of Interest Gathered p y The Advocate’s Reporters * Have A Daughter—A baby daugh­ te r arrived a t th e borne of Mr. and George A, Bassford, b£ Jane's-' •rifle, W ednesday morning. - Food Sale—The ladies of the Mor­ avian: church will have a food Bale a t the church parlors on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 1st. . All welcome. Shot A Wolf— Albert Zahn of Bail­ eys Harbor collected a wolf bounty of $20 during the week, having shot th e animal in the town of Baileys . Harbor. Jobbing Toys— H. H. White of the Bobln Hood Toy company, w ho is Jobbing toys here for the Christmas trade, received his stock during the week and has a large'ahd vhriied as­ sortment. His store is in the Co­ chems building. He sells only to dealers. Boys Nelson Homestead—Frfcnk Baynard, a painter a t the shipyard, purchased the old homestead of. C. I. NelSon in the fourth ward from Dr. G. R. Egeland and C. M. Stephen­ son of the Merchants Exchange bank. The property consits of a reside...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

P A lfe ftR iji, OCTOBER 31,1910. *$.' NEW8Y NOTES CONCERNING ^IteOMJS YOU i s « » » # » * # • * * » ♦ » ♦ • « » ♦ »»»»»»♦♦ ' Attorney Hugh Ferguson returned Tuesday irom a business trip to Me-, nominee. ' ' . Albert Gertman of Baileys Harbor was a business visitor in the city on Saturday. . • - ■’ Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Scbreiber were bi the city on business Wednesday from Fish Creek. • Mrs, H. L. Peterson spent Tuesday v la Green Bay visiting' 'friends and -relatives.. . v . Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Acker and chtl- 1 dren spent the week end- at. Appleton visiting relatives. ... Hiss Gail Bingham bad an opera- .. tion for the removal of tonsils a t the ' People’s Hospital la s t. Saturday. George W . -Pittlnger w as up from vCentrailia, 111., this wee^, closing tip . the summer cottages for the winter. P rank Zivney arrived from W est Allis W ednesday to attend the wed­ ding of his brother Joe to Miss Thel- •? mu Mann. . Miss Maud - Feuersteiu arrived home Monday eveni...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

mmmm p o o r b o p iry y a d v o c a te , m am aBO tr B , R. HOLAND BEFORE SAUK v COUNTY HISTORICAL ' SOCIETY.. ’ \" Discusses Evidences Of Early EX* ploratlon In Minnesota By The Swedes and Norsemen. (Baraboo Dally News) “The First White Men in America An account of an Exploring Expedi­ tion to the Center of North America in 1362” was the subjppt of an ad­ dress given by H. R. Roland of Ep­ hraim, Door county Wisconsin, be­ fore the Sauk County Historical so­ ciety on Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cole, - It is thought an exploring party was lost in Minnesota before Columbus came to America and Mr. Holand has spent several years investigating the matter. It is very well established that Leif Erickson came to the New Eng­ land coast in 1,000 that Thorfln Karlsefne, a chieftain, came to the same coast with all his wealth in 1003, remaining three years before he was driven out by the Indians— some of his descendants still living and that Bishop Eric Upsi-ca...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

THE BIG DRIVE IS ON! THE FINAL SMASH ISHERE! THE MOST DRASTIC PRICE CUTTING EVER HEARD OF TO CLOSE OUT EVERY DOLLARS WORTH OF THIS HIGH GRADE STOCK BY SATURDAY NItiHT, NOVEMBER 1ST. “ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT IN WHICH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE GREATEST SAVINGS IN YEARS. PRICES LITERALLY FLAYED TO THE MEREST NOTHING TO OUST THIS STOCK COMPLETELY BY SATURDAY NIGHT. BE HERE TO THE FINISH. ALL WE ASK IS THAT YOU GO ELSEWHERE AND POST YOURSELVES ON PRICES OTHER MERCHANTS ARE ASKING BEFORE YOU ATTEND THIS GREAT SAYING EVENT. THAT WILL MAKE YOU OPEN YOUR EYES AS NOTHING w m? CAN. AND WHEN YOU REALLY KNOW THAT WE ARE SAVING YOU ABOUT HALF ON EVERYTHING, WHICH YOU WILL AFTER MAK­ ING YOUR TOUR OF INSPECTION, THEN YOU’LL DEVOUR THIS STOCK LIKE A CAKE OF ICE IN A HOT SUMMER SUN. YOU CAN’T HELP BUT BUY ALL YOUR PURSE WILL STAND. KUM! BE HERE AT THE FINISH! By Saturday, Nov. 1st If possible wb want to have it all sold. Time is money to us what’s the use of dragging along? You’ll buy now at these pric...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

&* •? • ■ r * ' mTBGBOI» W W l» . , 5 'c a package before the war c a package during the war 5 c a package THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 23 From Jelly Covering to Street Covering . . . * 4 EN you think of the Stand- y y ard Oil Company (Indiana) - you visualize instantly gasoline, •v . kerosene and lubricating oil. True, these are the three funda­ mental products of manufacture, but the Company is proud- of die fact that its service enters your life by many other doors. Standard Oil Company (Indiana) service, by keen initiative ana ceaseless effort, is able, to supply you with more than 2000 useful products, all made from petroleum. The humble paraffin which seals your jelly glasses against the inroads of fer­ ments, and the asphalt which covers the streets you drive upon, are by-products of . petroleum, and there are hundreds of others, all servants of your daily needs. Scores of other products, each vital to some specific industry, which in turn supplies you with n...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATK, OTOTfflPOW T O . OCTOBER « 1 ,1019. OFFICERS Herbert L. Peterson President H .E .S tedm an Vice-President Jno. Boier Cashier DIRECTORS John B. Davis . Eugene Simon . Oust Forlahd John A. Pahl Leathern D. Smith ^ C. S. Smith B. C. Thorp The H. C. of L Is tlie r€sult of many causes, but if the ' first dollar out of America’s pay en­ velopes were to go into savings instead of into more or less unnecessary arti­ cles, production would soon reach, a high level, and prices would tend auto­ matically to drop. More than ever must thrift and econ­ omy he practiced. As during war­ time, wasteful habits must be over­ thrown. Let there be concerted action: Begin this week. The dollar saved will open a savings account. Door County State Bank ***** ****************** MEN WANTED! Cabinet-makers, woodworkers, machine hands, bench hands, for large woodworking plant finishers and rubbers for Paint Shop sheet metalx workers for Metal Working Plant. Good wages, steady emlo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 October 1919

! - i f S sOW-?......... / SEVERAL OAMB •• m m m . .. baby nee, slcT^jtms-'a teUedopp-a gf*#* Wg j posj^on yr|ilh company. SETTLFft PASSES THC BOVS O f 61 HAD NO HONOfVtiOLL ■ THE BOVS OF TV RECORD WILL 8 t PRESERVED sf *», ■'•â– .. ............. fffe'fornFom Mootings At o^B ^^-D ftn Sevio’s Craft ‘Apple The mail boat tore from Its moor­ ings at the Ellison Bay dock \"during the night of the 26th, atid Vent on the beach. A call brot the Plum Is­ land coast guard crew and she was pulled off without any apparent dam­ age and made the trip in the affcer- -noon. Landing at such an exposed place yhere a Northwest Wind is dangerous to life and property as well as the mail there should bo 'special provision made by the Dept., th a t the Island mail carrier should , ”be allowed to receive the mall any time it arrives from the south. What Vood is it to anyone that the Island mail lies in Ellison Bay from 5 o’­ clock in the afternoon until seven o’clock the next morning? tye a detrim...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 November 1919

. t A H oKCT c m f ^riU .T id ai . . IK HO RTH BA8TEK 9 W ISCOSM H STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY. 'NOV UMBER 7.1919. . Commercial Club To Be An Act- jve, Association Vlflien Re- Organized Next Monday. ELECTION O f OFFICERS NcwBoardofDirecfcorsand New List of Officers To Be Selected Tor Year. ' Club To Have a PaW Secretary - and Sufficient Fnnds To Work To Advantage. \\ |' i i~T l ' i. I i y : r ’ \"How ..a live commercial organiza­ tion can boost a city, get industries for it and makb it a^ better and more prosperous place in which to live, u Was explained by B. C. Dockery, as- . sistant secretary of the'Green Bay Chamber of Commerce, before a . meeting of the Iocal CommercIal Club held in the city hall Monday evening. ■V As a result of . his talk the reor- - ganization of the local b.usliiessmen’s association is • to be accomplished along lines which will insure an or­ ganization which will have sufficient • funds’with which to work at an -ad* - vantage and get results. There are ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 November 1919

m m m m m HOTWW*®!^! When company comes there is no time to waste—no chances to he taken—so mother - sees that there is al- ■ways a can of CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts,muffins and all good things‘to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Then, too, her reputa­ tion as a cook must be upheld — and she “stakes” it on Calumet etxj^time. Sheftwoiosit will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the \"company\" kind of bakings voery day. Calumet contains only each ingredients as have been approved officially by the u. S. Food Authorities. Too ura when yon buy it. Too ure when yon ase it. Sawyer News. Pantdaff'Seoft Wedding '-On Tuesday Nov. 4th, at 2:30 ‘■o’Cfock, Rev. It. T. Wllkowski, of the ' German Methodist church perform- •ed, the marriage ceremony uniting .Emil Pantzlaff, .of Sevastopol, and -vMIss Ida Senft, of Sawyer, in the holy \\bOfid8 6f wedlock. The bridesmaids were Misses,Elizabeth Heilmarin and Clara * Rhode and the groomsmen ...

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

or w h e n y o i i r Valuables a r e SAFE I n o u r SAFETY VAULTS. Burglars “spot” the house where valuables are kept that’s, the burglar’s business. He breaks in and steals your I valuables. If he is caught, there is a shot ik the dark and 11 someone is hurt — perhaps killed — and it isn’t the burglar. '! Keep your valuables safe in our Safety Deposit Vaults. We J will rent you a box for $1.50 per year and up. BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. BRANCH AT SAWYER O F F I C E R S A N D D I R E C T O R S / HRNHV FE T 7E R . P n * JIOB. WOLTER. Vtr»-PTf» J. H. STEWART, Am * . Cashier R. C. KOEHN, A« •* C u U e r U. J. KEITH, H gr. Sawyer Branch ROGER EATOUGH EDW . REYNOLDS nois, Indiana, Ohio, W est Virginia, Missouri, Maryland, North Carolina, E n tered a t th e Postoffice a t S tu rg ed n Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and Bar, W is., a s second-class m a tte r. Louisiana, Published By . - ■ Ooor Const? Publishing Company! Attention of the members of the incorporat...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 November 1919

in these items lies your chance to make your own quilts at a great aving. | To .Obtain one You Must Buy the Other . UNIT NO. I “ Heavy Creton Quilting fancy cretons in many new and colorful de-* signs, floral, striped, etc., all 30c values, special per yard in this sale at • • • • • »«i ■••••* UNIT NO. 2 Choice of Batting 35c Cotton Bats Pure white, that soft, warm to the to\\ich quality g o o d size roll. Special at 24o per roll. “ S o f t ” B a t s Thy’11 be selling for 25c later, but in this combination o f f e r you can buy “soft” at 1 6 c per roll. S T O R E T H A T S A V E S Y O U M O N E ^ STURGEON BAT. WISCONSIN HANDLED HERE AS C A S H —you get your change if purchase is not in full. Full Market Value. OF NINETEEN NINETEEN Special purchases made in nearly every department of this big store in the past six months as a good investment — and we sure guessed well — enables us to meet a situation that will a s s u r e for the the GOOD WILL OF THOUSANDS O F NEW PATRONS who are...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 November 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. W1S., NOVEMBER 7, 1910. ICE CREAM AND PO P NOW Hagemeister Brewery and Their Branch Here j o Turn To Other Products. The Hagemeister brewery, one of the oldest brewing establishments in the state, wil} be converted into an ice cream plant, it was announced on * Monday. The plant will be the largest devoted to making ice cream in fhls part of the state. The Hagemeister’ Brewing company amended its arti­ cles of incorporation* to the Hage­ meister Products company,-and will engage in the distribution of national­ ly known beverages thruout this ter­ ritory as well as ice cream The local branch of the Hagemeist-1 er brewery is all prepared for the manufacture of soft drinks and will engage in the business on an ex­ tensive scale as soon as the sngar situation is such that a sufficient sup­ ply can, be obtained • Read The Advocate Ads, ■ Saturd'y,Nov.8 O ATfttOOOdock Supervising teacher, Miss Ander­ son, visited our schools here two days last...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 November 1919

IVOOK XXlCNTY APVOCATE^ W T ltoE O N B A r, W tt^ XQVEMiiVR r ^ 0 SPECIAL NOTICES SALB—Milk- cows. MALL, Jacksonport.' ' : J. BAG- (33wS) rm tN IS H L D r o 6 m FO R pB N T —On f tipper G arland St. fu rnace heat. P hon e 133-M. (33w3) THAM FO R SALE—Cheap if ta k en at once w eight 2,750. See o r call JOHN G REEN a t B arrin g er H otel. F ish Creek, W is. (33w l) FO RD FOR SALE:—T o urin g car in good condition goin g cheap. HARRY HOCKS’ GARAGE. C edar St. S3wl) W HO WANTS A HORSE—F or th e w in­ te r for Its keeping? Call Phone 210. MRS. HARRY EVANS. (33w2) J^VMJND—L ig h t-w eig h t lap rolie. Own­ e r can have sam e by paying for this ad. E. W. LONG. (3 fw l) FOR SALE—Single and Rose Comb Rhode Island Red Cockrels, and ono S lag le Comb W hite L eghorn Cockrel 52.50 each. E. W. LONG. (33w l) LOST—Conklin fountain pen w ith pock­ e t clip green ink. F in d er w ill be-re- Yvarded by leaving n t The A dvocate of­ fice. ED. HOULE. ( 3 3 w l ) NOTICE TO HUNTERS—No h u n tin g o...

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

. iK )O R cpuN T x.M vot .\\T E , b iu b g b o n m i , w is , No v e m b e r 7 ,1 0 1 9 . P « f e 8« i » Do VVe Offer You 1C H LAND L I K E N .: ^TMBERE is a vely g o ^ reason JL why we offer this paper in pref- . erence to others. YOU ..are the . -'chief reason. . We offer it 'knowing . that it is of the quality YQU will ■ like—because it reflects the taste in style of envelopesand choice of tints YOU would approve, ana last be­ cause it is a paper that \\istY QU to your friends. When you are passing our way, come in and see some of the new tints and envelope shapes. A BASSETT'S DRUG STORE fw tifS Gxplatfailon* In the Chart below* tho letter opposite the ear dedicates tho grade of Gar­ goyle Mobiloils that should bo used. For cxam&ie* A” means Gargoyle.Moirilcll A*1 Ce«1 ‘ (IW d CMlrtet Jkviomomlo JLabricaUort. atC nueant Garcoyto Mobiloll etc. The recommendation, corer oil cnodelt p i both pleasure and commercial vchi del. unless jahBMhtLaaetf, • C O A L F We are in a ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 November 1919

Pag* Eight iKW R O O r o n Al v« H’ATR. : HTUROCON BAY. WBs, NOVEMBER 7, 1019. c o m m u n i c a t i o n FARMERS AND MERCHANTS To the Editor of the Advocate,, Dear Sir: In last week's paper under the heading, \"Big Meeting Monday,” you seemingly did not think the far­ m ers were worth mentioning right out and out. Now in view of' the statem ent made elsewhere in your paper th at the farm er’s milk checks amount to one hundred thousand dollars a month, a big share of which is spent in the city, I don’t think it i the Register TRAINING SCHOOL NOTES. In accordance with the Governor’s proclamation the Traihing School ob­ served Americanization Day on Mon­ day, Oct. 27, by giving a program In honor of our late ex-President Theo­ dore Roosevelt. The program was planned by a committee of students and given by students. . The Delphian Society entertained the members of the Faculty, the Pro­ gressive Society and guests at a Hal­ lowe’en Party at the Training School Friday evening. The...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 November 1919

lace edged scrims, hemstitched and insertion borders Y ‘ ’ per y a rd .. . . . . . . . . . .48c , 69c PANELS 48c Latest dsigns, special per panel 48c STOCKINGS Women’s fleece lined Heavy Cot­ ton Hose with ribbed top, fall fashioned, sizes 8% to 10, per pair— XX Special Boys’ and Girls’ fine ribbed Heavy Cot­ ton Host), fast dye, sizes . 5Y2 to 9%, per pair— 29c beautiful lacy Overdrapes, attract­ ive designs, lending character to your window decorations corns in greeii, brown, rose will harmonize with any’rugs. Spcial, yard— - 67c UNION SUITS Women’s • high quality, 5-button, . heavy and warm fleeced suits, high or low neck, short, long, or no sleeves, $1.50 Children’s heavy fleeced Union Suits of) the higher grade, excellent fitting,' all sizes— and 1-75 1.25,1.50 ' DIVIDED INTO 3 LOTS M E N ’ S 6 to 12 .98 boys’ 2 | to 6. YOUTHS’ Sizs to 2 New Fa truly Sensational are the Values in»tlie ing & 280 pairs fine wor­ sted or cashmere, heavy grade and w a r m , speially durabl...

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

. : ■ ■ : •â–  ISMIS •**■ r '' m y - m y y y:'■ :p., ■■:*■■■■.■ ■• ':/.'■ - ■■ (f 'c a package before tbe war 5 c a package ! ! ! ! ! ! during tbe war e a package THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICEI m PLANNING ■ ■ /v VV:J m i:: the Corners I N discussing the Standard Oil Company, a well-known lawyer said: “The underlying causes of whatever trouble this organization may have had are to be found in its efficiency arid its advanced methods, which make competition difficult. As a producer and distributor of petroleum products the Standard Oil Company leads the .world/' I t is a matter of pride,to those responsible to the 4649 stockholders that the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has been able to so operate its business as to insure a maximum production of useful products at a mini­ mum of cost, and it has always been the policy of the Company to sell its products to the consumer at a minimum price. /■' • , M i! During the past five years when the in­...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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