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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 December 1919

’ ’ , ' *, ________________ adO E c o u n ty a p v o c a tb , m m a a f a t t a i Y , w v L dbom m bkiis, im p. ' r k ' ' W I I I I |I « I W I» * I M I p lan t ii .your morn cuxd. g r o w cl % ^x^ TUNE It makes no difference whether your money comes from yonr farm, your business or your work. It is your money. Now, if you spend that money it is no longer your money— it belongs to others. ' But if you put it in our bank it is still your money and it is safe from fire, burglars and your own extravagances. You will receive four per cent interest. BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. BR A N CH A T S A W Y E R , O F F I C E R S A N D D I R E C T O R S FWNRV P P T 7 fI), P m in s w n l.T P B v lr r .P m i jr. H . ST E W A R T . A M t C a a M e r R . C. K O E H N , A u ’t C a s h ie r it . J . K E IT H , tlu r * « » » . . B r w u k H U U E H E A T O U G H * * **** N E U R A L G I A Dangerous drugs or tonics are of little use. They may relieve the pain but do not remove th...

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 — 5 December 1919

-Fmm'paw v 1 ' •Â» 1 JL S . OF E. OPPOSES COMPULSORY MILITARY TRAINING. Important Resolutions Arc Adopted At Convention Held At MadlsDa. At the recent convention. oi the Society of Equity held a t Madison 'several im portant resolutions were adopted, among them being one de­ bouncing the hill injpongress pro­ viding for compulsory m ilitary serv­ ice, and another in favor of the Ken­ yon bill for ,the regulation of the packers. Among other resolutions W erethe following: Favoring a union of the farming forces th a t are in harmony and co­ operation with the A. S. of E. , T hat the Wisconsin branch of the American Society of Equity take every step necessary to bring about the tfoeedt co-operation between the tan n ers co-operative m arketing or- gnnisations and the Wisconsin Equity Society. The members of the Wisconsin 'Vinton of the American Society of ’Equity, believe th at fines from Wis­ consin offenders should go to the Wisconsin Common School Fund to rapport our common sc...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 December 1919

nOOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WI&, DECEMBER 6,1919. MABQUETTE ENDS SEASON Itaeighter L e a r a F or K eaoeba Toes* day and May N ot Return Here H o t S e a m . , A fte r cleaning np ev ery crum b of freig h t a t th e p o rts on G reen B ay th e steam er C ity of M arquette closed h e r season a t m idnight M onday and th e follow ing afternoon le ft h e re — probably fo r good— fo r K enosha, h e r hom e p o rt, to lay, up fo r th e w inter. B efore leaving C apt. W . W . H ill s tated th a t h e did n o t th in k th e M ar­ q u ette w ould be back on th is ru n next sum m er. H ad he intended re ­ tu rn in g h e probably w ould hav e laid h is b o at up h e re th is w inter. He said th a t tran sp o rtatio n conditions w ere so u n certain h ere he did not believe th e situ atio n would w a rra n t h is retu rn in g . C apt. H ill did. have g re a t plans for n ex t season. W hile those plans w ere nev er fu lly m atured th e cap- taifi w as figuring on operating a li...

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 — 5 December 1919

: r ^ y :yh -i -- NEWSY SHORT NOTES ■The D orcas So- w ill m eet w ith Mrs. Geo W asli- %arn T uesday even in g, Dec. 9th. C hristm as D ance— T he Lady Mac- .ia b e e s are p lan n in g on giving a dance a t F a lk 's h all on D ecem ber 26 T ak es N ow P o sitio n — M iss .Tulia K. C lark, assista n t cashier a t th e M erchants Exchange h a rk for m any T ears, is now w ith th e Fuller-G ood- a a n com pany and is succeeded at \" Hank. by Leonard Slattery. . .A n oth er S ales A gency— A E . D uf- • . uahorst w as h ere from K enosha th is ^^.'Sreek for th e pnrpese o f opening a \"Y 1 D oor c t i n t y sa le s agency for th e A\" V m viu factu rer-i o f tr ic k s and au:rm obUos. , C ost H im $ 6 6 .4 5 — B ecause h e en ­ gaged lh trap p in g w ith o u t th e n eces- m ix $T licen se F red Goeks o f Jack - sonp ort n o t o n ly paid a fin eof $ 62.46 Hot .lo s t som e o f h is fu rs a s w ell, w hich w ere confiscated b y .th e con­ servation w arden N ation al D eleg a te ...

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 — 5 December 1919

DOOROOUNTY ADVOCATE. 8T0EOBON BAX, WIB* DECEMBER 5, 1010. / .V J : ^ tf»B0 flww I C A \\ T A T A : r J b K o U N A J L ...... - 1 i U l \\ “.V-----U— \"• I flEWSY NOTES CONCEENINO PEOPLE YOU SNOW 1 • \" ' / . ' Leo Moeller returned Monday from Milwaukee: ’ r ’ 1 John M-. Perry made a business trip to Algoma Tuesday. h. M. .Washburn left Monday on a bosiness trip to Milwaukee C. C. Cheeseman'made a business trip to Green Bay Wednesday. Oliver Simon was oyer, from Green . B ay on a Tiusiness trip during the week! Mrs. Anton and Jos. Zettel of For- eetvhle were shopping in the city on Tuesday.! John Feuerstelbqt, left Wednesday for Chicago to^un^aai&stoclc for the holiday trade. MIsb Sylvia Jachman was home, over the holidays, returning to Ctreen Bay Monday. Ed. Burr returned to Green Bay Monday after spending Thanksgiving day with his family. Miss Katherine Graass leaves , this, week for Green Bay where Bhe will spend the greater part of the winter. Grafton Langemak, Shirley Fair...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 December 1919

* DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON U f , WIS* DECEMBERS, 1910. HEARTBURN xr heaviness after meals are tnostaninoying manifestations ofarid'dyspepsia. jEMfOIDS to take, neutralize and help restore acidi norm ion. MADE BY SCOTT & EOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION 1 M» i The Difference. And the difference between n Me and a fib depends on whether the man or his wife tells It.—Dallas News. BUSINESS DIRECTORY I H » I DR. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to \\ RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WI8. N.N. STRAND O p t o m e t r i s t 8AWYER, WI8. County News. DR. S. A. WOERFEL DENTIST Across street from Drag Store SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. ADOLPH C. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Ryes Tested, Glasses Properly Bitted at the Drag Store. 8AWYER, WIS. EARR7 W. BLAKEFIKLD : VETERINARY, SURGEON ’ AND DENTIST 4 Phone 154-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. 4 . F 'r ‘ ■■ H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER r r office in County...

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 — 5 December 1919

p o o r o o r o m a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a t , w is ., De c e m b e r 5 ,1 0 1 9 . ■a* *, .f P k H lN M T teliS I a ^ P c W Should U se IT'Staken different from’ Others because more care1 is In the making1 and the materials used are OS' hlghergrade. Black Silk Stove Polish.! I Makes abrfittant, eRfey poilsb that does I 5 not rub off or dost off, aad tlio Eh too las ts I I focr times as long \"as ordinary store I I polish. Vsed on sample stoves and sold | 1 by hardware and grocery dealers. I All we raklaa trial. U soitonyoareootrtorc. L ~ sag rongo. lr son 5 , yoor dealer la cutborizrd toy* polUh.yo to rejimdyoaij on Black Siiic Store Polish, asaoetn 11 quid or poate-one quality. Blade Silk Stove Polish Works V Stcrimv.IIEnol* RHEUMATISM Mastarine Subdues tho Inflamma­ tion and Eases the Soreness Quicker Than Anything Else on Earth. Clever Work of Detectives Solves \\ \"Great False Teeth Mystery.” flay only 30 cents and get a big box of *egys Huetarlne, which Is the o...

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

5c a package before tbe war 5 5 c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! of Service r y t'OM r as X A / your seat in the train as you journey through the Middle West, you see at almost ard Oil Company (Indiana). These bulk stations are maintained to insure prompt delivery of petro­ leum products to the people in that community. To them these tanks are Symbols of Service. As you motor jover the highways and byways of the countryside, you pass the dark green tank wagons of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) busy delivering petroleum products from the bulk stations to the farmer’s tank. To the farmer these are Symbols of Service. At convenient points in city, town and , hamlet you find attractive service stations, beautifying ugly corners. These are maintained for your convenience and to you they are Symbols of Service. You stop at a railroad crossing to let a train pass. In it are a number of fanlr cars, hurrying forth from the Standard Oil Compa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 December 1919

POOH eotmrt iDvnwm, rmmoBQM m , w b . d b c tm b e r s, im «. P«*e: 1 1 County News. Makes Such 1 Light,Tasty Biscuits Just let mother call, “Biscuits for Breakfast!” W e’re sure there’s a treat that can’t be beat in store for us — light, tender biscuits — toasty brown and all puffed up with goodness! For mother is sure of her baking powder— Calumet. She never disappoints us because C A L U M E T BAKING POWDER never disappoints her, I t’s dependable. Results always the same—the best. Try it. Calumet contains only such ingre­ dients as have been approved offi­ cially by the U.S.Food Authorities. Ton Save When You Buy It. You Save When You Use IL IGPI r baking pw CHICAGO. I * HIGHESTr^ AWARDS f t T tChristmas Shopping f T T T t T T X I i % If you are puzzled as to w hat to get for the X children for Christinas just step into our £ Y store and we will help you select something & V that will please them. W e enum erate some a f t - - - - of the m any suitable articles here whic...

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 — 5 December 1919

and Scissors Our line of “Keen K utter’’ Shears arid Scissors is now fairly complete. We arc calling your attention to this fact so that you may make satisfactory Holiday selections be­ fore our stock becomes broken. “Keen K utter” Shears and Scissors have a pat­ ented feature which can lfo found on no other shears^ or scis­ sors, no matter what the make. The Bight and Left Hand Screw, and the Left Hand Nut hold the blades together, mak­ ing it IMPOSSIBLE for the BLADES TO WOBK LOOSE. Blades are of Highet Grade Crucible Steel, uniformly tempered, carefully ground and set. A ll Shears and Scissors with the Keen Kutter - trade mark on them are ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. A PA IR O F KEEN KUTTER Scissors or S h e a r s make a splendid X m a s gift for the riiother, daughter or sister—a gift of High Quality, Hand- , ^ some Finish, and U s e f u 1. Sh o p E A R L I E B f o r X m a s . Halstead * Maples Hdw. Co. undoubtedly:diave sy^er.ed heavy loss from fire Monday night.. His hark­ ing ...

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 — 12 December 1919

VOLUME 58 STUBGEON BAY. ADVOCATE— CONSOL IDATED-----DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT LARGEST CIRCOrATIO!t nr WORTHBA9TERS WISCONSIN STURGKON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY. DEGKMBKR 12.1919. team NUMBER M sl M M iso T w is 5 THE ADVOCATE BRING* ' ITS ADVERTISERS GOOD BBSSM O' jF 8rm 8r| ^nit To Study Farm Management And Farm Finances. P R O F . OTIS HERE TODAY Big Mooting At Court House This Afternoon—-Farmer-Banker Ex­ change Meeting Was a Big Success—U niform '- System of Accounting Was Adopted. / In spite of the -worst show storm’of . the year tie Banker-Farmer meeting at the court house Tuesday afternoon -was a great success. While the at­ tendance- was not large it was rep­ resentative' and enthusiastic. There was more actually accomplished than sometimes happens at a much larger meeting. ' As a result of the meeting three things of vital importance to farm­ ers were introduced and explained and started on the highroad to b u c - cessful culmination. While the meeting was called for the purpose of ...

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 December 1919

r BAT. WIfc. 12, 1910. Saw yer News. Wm. Matzkc went to Forestville Frank Kersclier, of Manitowoc, -was here on business Tuesday. Clarence Jindra, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Jindra, is ill from typhoid fever. Only one more week of Bchool and then for the Christmas vacation 01 two weeks. Mrs. Berg, who has been at Mil­ waukee for some time, returned last .Saturday. Pat McDermott was a business call- -er at Maplewood Monday. Xikewise Jake Babler. Harvey Darling, manager of the lumber yard at Forestville for Ful­ ler Goodman Co., was in town on business over Sunday. ' . t Richard Maples and son expect to leave here soon for California, where they will spend several months visiting relatives. George Lafond and Rasmus Mo- nosso went to Algoma the fore part of the week where they will engage In fishing during the winter. Herbert PleB returned home from Racine Monday and has been assist­ ing at the Woerfel drug store during the one cent sale. Wm. Hembel, of the implement £rm of Hembel Br...

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

po o r count? /tnvncA T R grmBowoiy bay, wirfT. dectehbkr 12. i* i# . toor County Advocate Entered at the Postoffice at Sturgeon Bay, WIb., as second-class matter. Published By ' loor County Publishing Company Incorporated. Every Friday at Sturgeon Bar, Wli. H. J. SANDERSON, Mgr. Snbscrlption Price, 82.00 per Year. In ordering: id d ra m c b u iR d , th e o ld u . w e l l u th e n ew ad d reaa sh o u ld b e ( I r e ii STURGEON BAY, WIS., DEC. 12.~ and keep your money: 1 SAFE in OUR BANK If you keep money in the house, buiglars moy steal it, fire may burn it, or you may lose it. If you keep it in your pocket, you will spend it for things you don’t really need. \\ When you put it in our bank you know it is safe and that you can always get it when you want it. . You will receive four per cent interest. BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK.. j „ BRAN CH AT SA W Y ER O F F I C E R S A N D D I R R O T O R S . . BU N B V P ^ T 7 P U . P w « K l«. W ni.T F.B V |» .r » M . J ...

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 — 12 December 1919

' ^ ' * STURGEON BAY. WIS-, DECEMBER 12, 1210. When a child suffers from iihe slightest exposure and is thin, listless and easily tired, that child ought to receive plenty of SCOTTS EMULSION regularly. It is an essentia) Jactor in the health records of thousands of children. Given regularly, with or after meals, it helps keep them in normal weight, vigorous and spirited. Try S C O T T ’S for your boy or gfrl. The K onrerfan eou-liver oil used g A l a Scott’s Emulsion is super-refined .la our own American Laboratories. \\-J|J R s purity &**d quality is unsurpassed. A I// ©COtt&ltowoc.BLoomficUl.N.J. 19-31 NEGLECTING THAT h COLD OR GOUGH? Why. when Dr. King's New Discovery so promptly checks.it Fcareless *S natural yon don’t want to be and let that old cold 01 cough drag on or that new attack develop seriously. Not when you can get such a proved successful remedy as Dr, King’s New Discovery. Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not resist this standard reliever very long. Its qual...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 December 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W I8, DECEMBER 12, 1010. KEEP IT SWEET Keep your stomach sweet today and ward off the indi­ gestion of tomorrow—by K i- mqids the new aid to digestion. As pleasant and as safe to take as candy. Ma d e b y s c o t t a b o w n e MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION Auction Sale ! AT HANS STEGAN’S Second St., Sawyer NAVIGATION IS CLOSED IS EARLIEST CLOSING OF THIS PORT IN TEARS. Tug Sm ith W ith Advance and Steam­ er Horn To Force Passage From Canal This Week.. MONDAY, DEC. 15th Commencing at noon. The following articles will be sold: Roadster car, top buggy, set heavy harness, sleighs, cutter, mower, wagon, hay and straw racks, farm machinery, garden tools, house­ hold goods, etc. Al. Samnelson, Auctioneer Bans Stegan, Prop. Navigation thru Sturgeon bay closed last Friday with the passage of Ann Arbor car ferry No. 4. This is the earliest date on which naviga­ tion thru this port closed in many years. Capt. C. Fredrickson of No. 4 got off here and remaine...

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 — 12 December 1919

86c HOOK OUtfNT* ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W I8. HHMH [V “MH NEWSY SHORT NOTES News of I u ty ^ t Gathered by The Advocate's Reporters t w H l » W W W W * * * * W W W » H W W « '» 'W * l'» W » » Women Meet Today — A regular sheeting of the Woman’B Club wil^ . 1 * hold this/afternoon. Baby Girl— A baby girl, arrived it the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bvenson Monday n ight Food Sale-—There .■will be a food «ale at the Moravian church parlors Saturday afternoon,, Dec. 13. . . Bfaccabee Election — The Lady Maccabees „will hold their annual election this Friday evening, Dec. 12 Eleven Pound' Boy—An 'eleven- . .pound baby boy arrived i\\t the home \\ # f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Solomon on Snnday afternoon:, Want. Music Teacher—iAt a meet­ ing of the school board Monday night Frin. Soukup was authorized to en­ gage Mrs. S. T. Learned as music teacher for the balance of the term. Discontinue Signal Service—W eath- «r signal service was discontinued lo r the winter last' Friday and he...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 December 1919

vtr. DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS., DECEM BER 12, 1910. P ag e *eirw» W H * W »»»»»■! * 4+ 4 II I I I I I 1 W » M M I ] P E R S O N A L M E N T IO N ji HEW8Y NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOUKNOij j T '■*+4 * **** ►♦*4 J . C .'D ana le ft T u esd ay on a busi­ ness trip to M ilwaukee. A ttorney an d M rs. W : E . W agner w ere G reen B ay v isitors Tuesday. A ttorney W . E . Caed? w ent to G reen B ay W ednesday on b a u u s s . A ttorney H u g k F erguson was at Oconto d u rin g th e presen t week. . . Andrew B ath k e m ade, a business trip to M ilw aukee du rin g th e week. M r. and M rs. W illiam B astar of V orestvllle w ere visitors In the city Tuesday. Jo h n G O llinger m ade a trip to G reen B ay in hie car la s t• Saturday, re tu rn in g M onday. Miss L ucille B rapdeis . retu rn ed hom e M onday a fte r sev eral .w eeks visit a t M ilwaukee. . ^ A ssem blym an and M rs.. F ran k N. G raass re tu rn e d -h o m e F rid ay evening from th e ir w edding ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 December 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, VI8„ 12, 1919. VASHIRGTM M O Last Saturday Mr. and Mre. Ed­ win Axnoe were the recipients of a fcrand new baby girl, S% pounds. All are well. The Dormer No. 2 was at Fred Richter’s dock, last Monday and took .the balance of the fish at that place for Menominee parties. It also stop­ ped at Gill's Rock. The motor boat Wisconsin left here December 1st, for Baileys Har­ bor to load Christmas trees. She load ed.in about two dayB and carried S.GUO trees to either Chicago or Mil- ‘wanl.ec where the best price is ob­ tained. Miss Anna Sigurdson arrived home last week from Egg Harbor where she is principal in one of the schools. As there were two teach­ ers working in one room they deem­ ed it best to close till the new school is finished in January. Mrs. Roy Peterson and daughter have moved from Plum Island to ir the' winter. As a result four Robert Young, Roy Charles Paulson. Their light must shine all winter. Rev. Robert Gordon recently con­ duc...

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 — 12 December 1919

HIGH SCHOOL NOTES t :V:«y£ f v i \" / “ ■ ='■ t-f-'.'-V'' ■ The Price of Pork Chops and Bacon Here are reasons why the fine, fresh pork tenderloins and pork chops, or savory ham, or crinkly bacon, which you enjoy for break­ fast, cost much more per pound than the market quotation on live hogs which you read in the newspaper: An average hog weighs 220 pounds. Of this, only 70 per cent (154 pounds) is meat and lard. \\ So, when we pay 15^ a pound for live hogs, we are really paying more than 21^ a pound for the meat which we will get from these animals, even after taking into account the value of the by-products. Buit people show a preference for only one-third of the whole—the pork chops, fancy bacon, and choice cuts from juicy hams. This means that when we are sell­ ing Premium bacon at 43’/2^ per pound wholesale and Premium hams at 30^, there are other parte for which we get as low as 6t or 8t per pound. The net result is an average profit to us of less than a pound. The ...

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 — 12 December 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, m , DECEMBER M , tS l* . 5 c a package before the war 5 c a package during tbe war 5 c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 15* Industrial Husbandry Tproduction. HE solution of our present- day problems lies in increased To this end the whole-hearted efforts of the 22,000 employees of the Standard Oil Company [Indiana] are directed. The service rendered by the Stand­ ard Oil Company [Indiana] to in­ dustry generally, amounts to keep­ ing the wheels of production at top speed. Pause for a moment: try and think of a single unit of production which is not dependent upon one of the products of petroleum. Even the machine which turns out the hum­ ble laces on your shoes must have lubricating oil. ■ The Standard Oil Company [Indiana] in its capacity as a public servanp serves scores of industries and thousands of in­ stitutions with lubricants to minimize friction, thus increasing production. Let the Company relax its vigilance and '...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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