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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 12 December 1919

POOR COUNTY AProCATO, BTPltflSOft fcAf, WB, DECEMBER 12, 1919. ' Ph»B W WW . ■ Nervous? ftestlcfss at Night? Ever Have Headaches? How about your daily cup of coffee? ose you try a change to This delightful cereal beverage possesses a fine coffee-like fla­ vor, but has none of the harm­ ful after-effects thru which coffee so often prevents ous, red-blooded health, less, too. Made by , Postum Cereal Company, Battle Creek, Michigan Sold by Grocers and General Stores. vigor- Costs C ounty News* IT’S NOT SO HARD TO SAY KING MDAS FLOUR m m zm STURGEON BAY Sunday was the first time this winter that there was any abating on Wm. Miller’s Mud Labe. The young folbs of this town are practicing for a home talent play which is to come off at the Ever­ green school house some time in the future. A crowd, of young folbs gathered at the Henry Knudson home Sunday evening and a very pleasant time was had by all. The evening was spent singing and playing games. On Monday morning of last weeb Edwa...

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

P age Twelve veil... «!•â– \" , ■ ■'•â– â–  - ■■ ■■ . /■. ■. y-v.. , u v \" ‘ \" . -t - V ' 1' - ' ■: .■: .- . c - \" ' ■ ' d o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e . - O T P |j ^ # t ^ % 4 w i ^ =' De c e m b e r ig , i e i » . _____ y m X % - m - Pm not going to guess where to buy John’s Christmas gift this year. I asked him the other night where he buys his clothes and what do you suppose he said? W h a td ia he say?—I go to Miller’s--4t*s their business to have what fellows want, their goods are all made larger and better and give more satisfaction. I don't know what to buy him but he saui they know tyhat fellows want and I’m going to see. K f Here is a little list of suitable and sensible gift items that men and boys love best Silk Shirts Waists or Blouses Belts and Suspenders ^Fancy Handkerchiefs Silk Socks Boys’ Stockings 7 Gloves and Mittens 8 Bath Bobes. (with Slippers to match) 9 Underwear 10 Shoes'and Rubbers - 11 Basketball Shoes 12 Boys’ High Top Shoe...

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

VOLUME NUMBhK STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE-*:—CONSOLIDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT ______ 'J Si'&toHc&.l ?-o o m a _ MADISON- WI5 PAGES 1 TO 8. STUHGKOJN BAY, W I8., FKIOAY. DECEMBER 19,1«1. THIS ADVOCATE tiftlftf)* . IT* AOVRnTISKRS COpD J iU m flft 1. D. Smith Back From Deep Water Way Conference Be­ lieves Prospects Bright. REPORTS TUG BISON SAFE Boat Built Here Finds Shelter Be* hind Island In St. Lawrence Gulf and Is Now In Halifax—Tag ' Smith Makes Trip Across Lake Michigan To Oanal Wednesday. the weather moderates the Smith will return for the-Advance and then attempt a passage to the city., If the weather does not soften up sufficiently to enable the Smith, to break a pass­ age the fleet will remain at the can- ! al until spMng: awaiting a soft spell in March. -It was planned to do the work on the Horn a t the Smith yard this winter and if it is at all poss­ ible a passage from the canal will be opened up. Frank Behringer who_made the trip with the Smith and the Advance to ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

Page Two IKH»H U lU N n All ViwaTK. HTUBQIQON BA If. WML, DECEMHRl^ |» t l© |* .. HAVE LONG AUTO TRIP f MB. AND MRS. C .11. HANSON AR­ RIVE: SAFELY IN CALIFORNIA j ttttHKKHHMUKKKHKHKMKM K -UXKX-gKIBfrfrg-ttKXXEXXKKKXKWKXKMXMWttaXXgKMWHttttimKltltllKIIMHimMIUKsK, \"Were On-tlic Road Month and Two Days and Trovctel 8,400 Miles Without 'Mishap Mr. and Mrs. C H. Hanson, who left here in their car in October for California, where they intend mak­ ing their future home, made the trip without mishap and now reside in Los Angeles, their address being 838 West 81st street. In a letter to The Advocate Mr. and Mrs. Hanson aBk that their friends here write to them. They say that they had a fine trip and that the weather was just right for traveling. They left Chicago on Oct., 13 and had dirt roads thru Illi­ nois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and part of Colorado. Some of the roads in Colorado were excellent and New Mexico also had fine roads. Thru Socorro, Albuquerque, Halbrook, Winslow and Fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

■' •' ,:.' ' . :t : DOOR OOPfM'l AJJVOCATB. 8TPWGBON BAY. WlH^ DECEMBER IB, 1019. P«*pTh*» JUST 6 TO DO YOUR G IF T B U Y IN G XMAS SPECIAL 8 VARIETIES Holly cone boxes, suitably ar­ ranged for banging on Xnyta tree—FREE with every pur­ chase. An Ideal Gift Shopping Store for Eleventh Hour Gift Seekers Great Stocks of Holiday Goods displayed con- veniently—plenty of pleasant and courteous as­ sistants to serve you quickly are bound to make ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ \" ■ _ . . . - 1- gift shopping a comparatively easy task. The many Special Booths of specialized gift articles for Men, Women and Children will solve some per­ plexing problems in a “jiffy.” can almost Serve Yourself in most of your gift choosing. ’Tis always good policy to shop in the forenoon. STORE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY THE HOME OF SANTA CLAUS THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY SANTA GLAUS ON THE JOB EVERT DAT UNTIL *MAg SELECT YOUR TOYS NOW, AVOID THE LAST DAY RUSH SPECIAL SA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

SPage h'oar ' wmiW AMVOOAm irttBOBON BAt, WM, ^ M LOCALS'^ Jndgo Has Wedling—Harry W. Carlson and Miss Dena M. O^sbii ot Ellison Bay were married' Tuesday at the court house by Cbunty Judge Dehos. Wants Money Turned In—Mem­ bers of the Woman’s Club who’have money or tickets belonging* to the University Extension lecture spurge are requested to turn in samp at 'Gifts For Children To Be DisferiButed Churches in City Will Have Christmas Services and Entertainment. HAVE CHRISTMAS TREES once to Mrs. T. C. Proctor,, chair­ man of the committee. . ■ Wants Gaines—The “Cat-dinals,\" Milwaukee, average 120 pounds, want to arrange for a basket ball game in-this city. Any team in this city or vicinity wanting a game write W. Louis Rae, 791 National Ave., Milwaukee. Move Vulcanizing Shop Klaus Brothers have moved their vulcan- lalng shop from the Falk building to the new Moeller garage : occupy­ ing the rooms formerly used as office by the Motor Inn. The arrangement of the rooms are being c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

^ m OOCWTT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, |PI8, DECEMBER 10, 1010. ►MH .................................. ... | P E R S O N A L M W :T I ON f 1 ’ t o a t s n x r r ' - ■ ■■\" ■ - — ■ ■■■ ■■ .'i ------------------------- NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW ~ rws.Y6rk ag en t for 'do. ,■ G race B ruem m er of A lgom a epent ,8 n n d ay w ith M rs. E d B urr. - ‘ Mr. and M rs. A. M. Tew eles leave :mext w eek fo r M ilw aukee to spend 'th e holidays. ! D. E . Bingham and A. W . Law - rence /ere a t G reen B ay on- Tuesday ■ion business. . W. L. Ives le ft M onday fo r Chica- ’ go to consult a specialist as to his th ro a t tro u b le., I O liver W illiam s arrived from Mil­ w aukee M onday to rem ain u n til af- te r th e holidays. - M r. and Mrs. W . E . M arshall ivere a t Algom a over Sunday -ylBltingi&mr . eon. R ay and fam ily. /.•' MIbs Lucy P uehler-^irr^fed hom e y esterd ay from S in sln aw a/w h ere she to atten d in g college. . , / W ill R ieboldt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

INMIH COUNTY AI)VH'ATK, M AI. 1 0 ,1 0 1 0 . MOW IS THE TIME to h n e ^ w E N G I N E S REBORED BY JENSEN & BROWN All kinds of gas engines re­ bored and fitted with new pistons and rings. Bring them in at once. All work guaranteed. INVESTIGATE O’CONNOR her, fatal trip with Samuel Crockard of Buffalo, who Btnoe died, first y S S tS . CARNAHAN IS PRESIDENT nessea to the burning of the wood- Bteamer Frank O’Connor off Cana Lake Michigan, October 2, Buffalo board of the United States SEED CUTTERS, FEED GRIND­ ERS, GAS ENGINES AND FARM MACHINERY. JENSEN & BROWN SAWYER Wood Choppers Wanted Good wages paid. Ed. Jacobs, Sawyer, Wis. Phone 661-F-2. According to information sent out at the time of the accident the O'Con­ nor was on her way up with a cargo of coal when flameB were suddenly discovered in her forepeak along about 4 o’clock in the morning. At the time it had not been determined how the fire started, but it is ex­ pected all the details will be brought out at the inves...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOTATK. S'fUKOKON RAY. W!H„ DECEM BER 19 , 1019. County News. MAPLEWOOD DEATH ToMmur— Tomorrow ADrUrjfot HR T a b le ts s to p c lc k h e a d ac h e s, rotievo b ilio u s ot:-acJ:--, t a r o e n d ro sa ls to t a a c ::~ jo ativ o o rg an s, m ake y o u foci lin o . “ Better Than PQa For Uver IB*\" EMU. I H U E 'S D R U G H T illtR Normal Passenger Ser­ vice Resumed. Effective 12:01 A.M. Thursday, December 18th, 1919, Train No. 13 will leave Sturgeon Bay 6:15 A.M. and returning Train No. 14 will leave Green Bay 3:50 P.M. C. & N.-W. trains to and from Green Bay re-established. A .& W .R .R . O scar, 1 4 Y ear Old Son of Jo h n E n- trin g e r Dies Saturday F ro m 1 D iphtheria A requiem high m ass w as solem - inzed a t St. M ary’s Catholic church h ere M onday m orning fo r th e late O scar E ntrin g er, w ho ’ passed away a t his hom e here S atu rd ay m orning Dec. 6th, a fte r a sh o rt illness w ith d iphtheria. O scar w as 14 years, six m onths old a t th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

vage Eight d o o r c o u n t* ad v w a t r . atd ro ro n b a *. » m ., d e c e m b e k 10t 101*, , * * 1 {silk Shirts 2 Waists or Blouses THIS STORE for MAN or BOY 18 Hats .19 Caps 20 Raincoats 21 Gartera 22 Traveling Bags 23 Suitcases 24. Trunks 25 Silk Ties 8 pelts and Suspenders 4 Fancy Handkerchiefs 5 (Bilk Socks B pore' Stockings 7 fcioves and Mittens A Mail9s Store Where Women S path Robes (with Slip­ pers to match) 26,J311k Knit Ties (Up to $3.50 Each) 27 Necktie Pins, 28 Cuff Buttons 29 Collar Bags 30 Soft Gollara . Jl Umbrellas 32 Rubber Boots 33 Pajamas 34 Night Shirts .- 35 Overall and Jackets 9 underwear 10 Shoes and Rubbers 11 Basketball Shoes a busy place so please wait on yourself if we are busy. Size and price marked plain and you can biiy as well as we can sell you. The Vtdae Store. . Boys’ High Top. Shoes 13 Mackinaws 14 Sweaters 15 Mufflers 16 fttylepluu Suits Ejt'yleplus Overcoats OPEN EVENINGS from SATURDAY to XMAS * CLOSED ALL DAY XMAS DECEMBER 25lh DESIRABLE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

SECTION TWO 9 to 1 6 . 3 6 - STUBGEON BAY ADVOCATE—^—CONSOLIDATED O00B COUNTY DEMOCRAT L A R G E S T c m O O U t t O r r a III A u u ia b .lS ‘lu ii^ w*StW^8IH STXJRGKOft BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19.1919. T fT B A D V O C A TE B M H O S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GO OD R E S U L t * Elect Directors, Go Over Busi- : ness Of Year and Plan ? For Next Y«ar. 1 9 1 9 BUSINESS REPORT T o tal of $($07,483 Done in 1910 W ith 210,211 Cases of F r u it H andled L ocal C annery Took C are of T h ree-F ifths Of All C her­ ries Prodnwsd— Factory t W an ts A ssurance. T h e annual m eeting of th e Door C ounty F ru it G row ers Union was keld a t th e court house M onday a f­ ternoon, A. W . L aw rence, president of th e O rganization presiding. There w as a good representation of the f r u it grow es present, and m any top­ ics of in terest to m em bers of th e o r­ ganization w ere discussed. The term of th ree of th e drectors D. E. B ingham , Jas. M artin, and W . S. Reynolds, having e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

WWW MHIWTI 4»m « « * H v. WHKMW M lf, WBK D B C B M B n 10, l » l t . Do you want to be ouFofajob and out- of_ money? Mo Then Bank. Money MMf You won’t find the man who regularly banks a part of his earnings, out of a job. He doesn't waste any money or time “skylarking” around is always on the job and he is the ™«-n who gets the ruse. Come in now and open a bank account quit extravagance put your shoulder to the wheel and regularly bank your money. You will receive four per cent interest. BANK OF STURGEON BAY MKMKRR.KKIIKKAL KKHKKVK HANK IIHtM'H %■! Kit U 1 KH « r H C R B ‘ * M i l» • M KC’ T l i H ^ • W »*'H •••• woi ri'M J. H. STB WART, WtCnhlcr R. C. KOEHN, Aam’t Ctutkler U. «i. hilvi * M .•*«* Utmirb lin.KH KATlll'liH Ooor County Advocate Entered at the PostofRce at Sturgeon . Bay. WIs., as second-claaa matter. Published By (I • u n it Incorporated The Kewaunee County Press, the only 11.60 per year weekly paper published In either Door or Kewau- nee counties, has s...

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

PageK Um * Verses to Send With Christmas Presents With Embroidery op Any Needlework ■May all your years be glad and bright, Deep filled with pleasant days, And all your hours know sweet delight Of love that lives and stays! aritn some' such wishes, true and kind. Each Christmas should begin. tWliilo some of these must eurely bind t Because they've been sewed in! With a Gift to a Smoker. clouds of smoke around you float ink sometimes of this loving (friend­ ly) (cordial) note. When pictures in the smoke you see Waft now and then a thought to me. But though you newer Joys evoke, b o n t let our friendship \"end,in smoke.\" With a Box of Candy. ’'Sweets to the sweet,\" the wise old saw, I quote because *tis fitting. And tribute pay unto the law With gladness unremitting, ’'Like unto like” is also true, Therefore these candles haste to you. AWlth Music or Musical Instrument, Because the very thought of you. Makes music in my mind, Bray let me share the musk: true, The sweetest (gayes...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

^marnrnrnmm,nrnMt *k * * * ' M IV * * 1 * y y y i KOSTKA&KUBIS | HOTEL SWOBODA ' Swoboda And Merchant TwOibr* Schoenbrunn Props* J. W i SIMON ■ . .'N ' .v: Real Estate • and Loans FA X & FA X Merchant Tailors ■ HARRY HOCKS W e l d i n g :: O JE LINDQUIST i Sendee ocenes :: H. M. FERGUSON :: ATTORNEY i D U N L A P TAILORING CO H kv. L W H I I I H l t w i m ■ ■ I I I I . 1 1 » . . . . . ■ • ■ I T I I I I , H I I I I ! J I | | I I I , , , , , , , i V I , H O T E L U N I O N j: O .J.H O F F M A N Fancy and Staple G r b c e r i e s y y y t y t t it SANDERSON AND STAPLETON ATTORNEYS ■ • ‘‘A Merry Christmas’’ «| and thank you for the I Wish You ' X f f y iY me the past year.- JNO. M. PERRY Real Estate and Loans / THANKING YOU \\ for your last year’s business and wishing you a Merry Xmas arid aH appy New Year. J, C. DANA COMPANY. ❖ ' ^ ^ \\ U R SUCCESS of the past is largely due ^ ^ to the kind co-operation of our friends. 3£ t * * * * * 1 1 * 1 M 1 1 » ♦ » »...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

«*M m COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, W IR , DECEM BER 10, 1910. Page Thirteen TIM E FUR CUPID Some Christmas Love Supersti­ tions, Customs and Practices in the Old World PURSES FOR PQ33 BRIBES Money Collected and Presented in a Way So as Not to Offend Girls— Flowers Us4d in Proposals by Shy Young Natives of'Alps. Good St. Thom as, serve me right And sertl me my true love tonight, ' . , That 1 may gaze vpon his face. Then him In my fond arms .embrace. A fter placing a p le c ep fh o lty u n d er her pillow, many a girl, fp the tn6rth of England especially, repeats these lines to herself before retiring to rest on ! Christmas eve. according to a w riter I in London Tit-Bits. . Cupid plays an Im portant p art In I many of the superstitions and Customs I th a t are still extant at this season. Another queer custom in the north, (although it is not now so prevalent as jit was, is that of gathering maidens’ j purses. The money for these purses Is i collected some weeks before Christmas ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

POOR OOUMTT AD VOCATK. VTtlBOBON BAT. WIB-. DECEMBER IP. | m THOUSANDS PROCLAIM THE MERITS OF P E -R U -N A load Tfeeir Letters Mrs. Martha C. Dale, R. R D. 1, Cannon, DeL, writes: “I am en­ tirely cured of chronic catarrh of the stomach and bowels by PE- RU-NA.” Mr. J. Bayer, Glendale, Oregon: “There is no medicine like PE-RU- NA for catarrhal deafness.” Mrs. Kate Marquis, Middleburg, Ohio: “PE-RU-NA cured, me of catarrh of the head and throat.” Mr. J. U. Collins, Wesson, Mis­ sissippi: “PE-RU-NA makes me feel vigorous and able to work without that tired, weak feeling I usually have otherwise.” Mrs. P. Ludvigscn, Austin, Min­ nesota: “I got rid of my liver trouble and can eat anything since taking PE-RU-NA.” Mrs. L. Hearintr, 283 E ast 169th St., New York City: “For catarrh of the head and stomach, I have found PE-RU-NA better than any other medicine.” Mr. W. H. Edgar, 49 Cooper St., Atlanta, Georgia: - “PE-RU-NA cured me after I had suffered fifteen years with rheumatism.” Mrs....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

POOll OtMmTV ADVOCATE, BTPWOBOW BAT, WIH.. DECEMBER 1». 1*10. YOUR AMBITION Do you lire out easily? Have you lost some of your accustomed vim and is your ambition to do things at low j ebb? \\ oar resistance is broken. You should find help and invigoration in rich, nourishing I Taken faithfully for a reasonable length of time, Scott* seldom foils to freshen the blood, build up the general health and impart a feeling of well-being to the body. For that tired-out feeling take Scott** Emulsion. The exclusive grade of cod-liver oil used In Scott’s Emulsion is the fawyy** S. fit B. Process,** made in Norway and re lined in our own Laboratories. I t is a guarantee of parity and palaiability unsurpassed* Scott & Bowne. Bloomfield, N. I. 19-31 “ Some M en Don’t K now I t Y et” says the Good Judge This class of tobacco gives a man a lot more satisfaction than he ever gets out of ordin­ ary tobacco. Smaller chew—the good taste lasts and lasts. You don’t need a fresh ■ chew so often. A...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 December 1919

Page Sixteen DOOR COUNTY ADVIiCATE. ATITROWN RAY. WIA. DECEMBER 19, 1019, . . . . . i i i*i i i I . M l . I ■■■■■■■ * 11 I ■ 1. 1 1.— . . I l l . 1 . 1 1 n i i i Hut fm M if r r .i i - V - ' j ............ * * i 4 * ^ i . 4 . » . . . . . . . r , „ . f . . . 1 | T t r f t [ | | [ | | 11111 f | I I 1 1I I I I I I I I 111 m i l I 111 ! ' i l l ' l l * ...... C hristm as •HIT, SENSIBLE GIFT - SEEKERS T U R N T O T H E S E H T QDT A V QRemembrances that are V ^ ’P Sensible and substantial. But you will have to see the smart Dresses, Suits and Coats w e are showing to appreciate The beauty of the Fabrics, the Warmth of the colors and the painstaking tailoring represent ed agre points which you should take in consid V klM jSSf’&V.': Y-7\" COATS OF CLOTH » . witji or, without Fur Trimming, all the y e y y latest of Fashion’s creations, all col prs to choose from in the most varied ar­ ray of fabrics. Coats for Women Coats f or Misses Coats fw C hildran ? DURING THE HO...

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

VOLUME 58 STUROEON BAY '^VflitiJL1! ^ COUNTY DEMOCRAT ' ' ' ■ E ‘ - - .......... till 4 0 /3 5 5 '■ UBGBST CIUCUIiATIOS ' , Cff HORTHKASTKBW WlWOfrHH STtrRGKON BAY, WIS., FRID A Y, DECEMBER 26.1910 tfiatorical Rooms MADISOH WIS 'N , ^ m W t « v a w ' n d D l M ///-'■ -/: J- fra adveiitiskrs «i h d b m c m I i Second of Commercial Club Dinners Brings Out Good Crowd. a t a edst of . about $5,000 each. In connection with thd elevator is the storage and: marketing propositions and the holding over of seed potatoes until the spring.. MOVED INTO NEW HOME MOELLER'S GARAGE NOW CORN­ ER bEDAR-GAELAND STS. TWO LOCAL INVENTORS Martin Hansen Has Hay Press Which \" Does Double Duty At Cost of One ( and Nets' M^Uand Invented Seeder Which Is Cheap and Accurate—L. D. Smith Hakes Timely Talk. Second of the series of bl-monthty /Nmcheons by the Commercial Club •was'held Tuesday iidbh at th e Hotel Union and besides enjoying a very liice dinner the thirty or more mem- fere of the club who wer...

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

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, fmmORON BAY. WW, DECEMBER 36, 101». W IM IM H 111 M il l||» 111 I t I MM I t M ll « M IH « l I rE hereby (express our sincere thanks ft»r past favors in mak­ ing this a good business year for us and trust: that our Service warrants a con­ tinuance bf saifte. To present and prospective customers we wish A H A P P Y N E W Y E A R Sawyerflardware Company J. L. WIESNER, Mgr. Sawyer News. I I I W W Holiday Greetings / ■ . '■ • \" : The following clipped from a recent\" is^ue of the Mercantile Co-operator bo aptly expresses our feelings that we take the liberty to offer it as our holiday greets' ings to all. PETBRSON & HOSLETT, Sawyer, Wis. Once more (he day haa come, when friends may cheer- lolly greet each WtSer in the spirit of the holiday time. The past year in mahy ways has been a most eventful one for us all. V We feel sure that the spirit of co-operation, the new vision of brotherly love, of honest, capable service has come to each of iis. As we...

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