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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 January 1920

V '? . ‘*'V DOOB ADVOCATE, 0TURGBON BAY, V U . JANUARY 23,1020. TBiiiSfc? Should tJse IT'Staken d iffe re n t f r o m ' Others becanse more careT Is in the m aking and the materials used are oS1 higher grade. B la c k Silk H akes a brtHlant, stncy polish tlinfe does I ro t rub off ord u 3 t off, andtJ)o6bJneIasts ? four times as long as ordinary stovoj polish. Used oh sam ple stoves and sola I cy hardw are and grocery dealers. j AUwaookisatriul. XJdc it on your cook rtOTO, r your parlor etovo or yocr pan rartfrc. If yua f don't find it tho best s to v e palloti voa ever i used, your dealer is authorized to refund your, money. Insist on Clack Silk Stove Polish. . Mode InSquid or paste-cco quality. Clack Silk Steve Polish Works , Sterling Illinois Usa C la c k S ilk A ir-D rying Iro n Enamel on j “ ,reciflters.stovo-pipea—Prerentsrnstln?. I _,_ack Silk IVlotal PollsltforsUycr, nickel j or braes. It has no equal for use on nutomohiliiSjj MEANS TO ENFORCE PHOHIBITION. Federal Prohibitio...

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 — 23 January 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATBt STURGEON RAY, Wig*, JANUARY 28, l»a». Kris Medicine Itecommendeil by a Doctor When a doctor uses a medicine, blm- eelt besides prescribing It to his patients, he must know that it has merit. This is what Dr. J. H. Wagner, a prom­ inent physician of Skate, Kentucky, has to say about Dr. Hartman’s well-known remedy, PE-RU-NA: “I have used PE- RU-NA myself for catarrh and have given it to others for catarrh, bloating after eating and other ailments, it has proved a success in all cases with old and young men and women. All speak well of PE-RU-NA. It Is the best of all tonics.\" . . . . . . Dr. Wagner, out of the fullness of his own personal experience, for the good ol all sick and suffering, recommends a medicine which ho knows to be good. You may be sure a doctor would not en­ danger his professional reputation by endorsing PE-RU-NA unless satisfied be­ yond a doubt of its value. Whether your trouble bo a cough or a cold, or a more subtle catarrhal effection...

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 — 23 January 1920

POOR O Tinm r ADVOCATE. BTUBOBON BAY. W O , JANUARY 23, 19250. A m » M In the Palace of Justice at Brussels 'By Katharine Eggleston Roberta. THE STATUE SPEAKS: I, a statue of Justice, sit with my bead bowed low. From my palace I look over Belgium, loosed from the grip of the foe But ray heart is bitter, my shoulders bent, fesWeary with shame arid woe. Here in the chamber of Justice, sacred to rule of right, Came Filth and ribald Destruction, the bastard children of Might. They wrote on my walls of pure marble, , , On my robe—yes—-on my face - ' Insults too evil -for utterance That eterbity' cannot erase. x , ’ • , \" And my handmaidens fair, who stand by my chair, / ^ Suffered the same disgrace. “ - They pillaged my treasures of beauty, ^ They left not one thing uiidefiled. . Then in the Palace of Justice they getzed on. their work and they smiled. I sit with their insults upon me and shrink from the light of the sun I rule o’er the land of destruction where the blood Of :my childr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 January 1920

u,, ifyr. door oommr ad vocate, ftn m a o ic b a t, ym a ^ SW5W1esssstrss. kW . M\"-.^ W B W tw m w o w w ?*&&&%& S|6rii»m dM ail Serocii y ii mm m ( M T V ' L O C A L S '■i'iliri fisi S t (■ Feb. l —The trapping: sea- on mlnk and skunk clones, P^b. tat. Trappers have five days, there­ after to dispose of green sk in s‘in tfeeir possession. Births—A jbaby girl gladdened the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Halstead Monday. A baby'girl also arrived at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Curtin Thursday of last week. • Sold Agency—R. H. Mann, who has been in the insurance business in /Superior during the past seven years, ahas sold the same, and is now . lo­ cated at Racine, writing insurance for the Time Insurance Co. Fireman Breaks Arm—Loyal Van- dreese, fireman on the Green Bay & Western on the run west from Green Bay, is at his home a here with a broken left arm the accident having happened at Plover when he slipped and fell from the coal tender of the engine. Ele...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 January 1920

B d Q j O O j m A P y p C M ^ BWlM t o H BAT. WM« JANUARY 2 8 , IM P . PERSONAL MENTION jj -1: VXWS7 NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE KNOW w D l v'JLi. D . Sm ith left daring the w eek ot£n trip to Cleveland, O. J?ohn W ebb was at Green Bay the week end. -Jas. Empey ofAlgom a transacted huslness in this city Monday. 'David Decker of Green Day v?as a business visitor here Tuesday. ^ Attorney W . E. Gaedo returned ' Monday from a business trip to Mad- teon. Isaac Johnson left last week for Manitowoc, where he w ill be employ­ ed in the ship yard. : A. T. Huxford of Green. Bay was ’ a visitor at hiB. old hornet h ere.yes­ terday. B. J. LeMere and D. M. Leonhardt left yesterday for Milwaukee to -take in. the auto show. ' ' . . Miss Irene Bagnall returned to M ilwaukee during the week after spending several weeks at home. Harry Hartel left the fore .part of the w eek for Manitowoc where hie w ill be employed. Clifford W right was here from Milwaukee during the week visiting his mother, who ha...

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 — 23 January 1920

hr V X\" ' \" Page Eight p o o r co u n ty a d v o ca te, stu r g e o n ba y . m , a and ab y s s , 1020. County News. Sevastopol B it G ilbert w as a county seat call­ er on Tuesday. P . V erts w ho disposed of his farm Safe m oved to S turgeon Bay. M artin Sim on is on th e sick list O tis w eek as 1b G randpa Llcst. A baby boy w as born to Mr. and M rs. Bd. A ndersdn Jan u a ry 13th. ■ M rs. B erm an M ehlhoen visited w ith M rs. H erm an Hdmple on S atu r­ day. M r. and Mrs. Jo h n Shool w ere S turgeon Bay callers T hursday of la s t week. F ra n k H etnple has started to m ake posts and ties on his tra c t of land n e ar W hitefish Bay. L u th ar Jordan, w ho h as been sick th e last six weeks is not. able as yet to be o u t andaround. M rs. Ed K raterfleld and two chil­ d ren a te spending a few days w ith h er sister-in-law , Mrs. Ed. Anderson. Law rence R oth was called to B ai­ leys H arbor Saturday to see his dau­ g h ter, M rs. W alter H ein, who is q u ite ilL F ...

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 — 23 January 1920

v' ■ ■\" ‘ \"** ^ ___ DOOfl 1 - ” W tt- JAN1T HAVE HOT BALL GAME. EQUIPMENT FOR ROAD WORK Tnetor* Rollar* Concrete Mixers and ment of Agriculture.) At the request of the department of agriculture, the war department has ordered to be returned from France as a large quantity of uted by the department of ag through the bureau of public roads, to the states for use to the construction id maintenance of federal aid high­ ways. The equipment will be distrib­ uted to the states without charge, in powering the secretary of war to turn .over .to the secretary of agriculture will be apportioned on the Is of the allotments in the federal road act, in the same way that tag distributed by the bureau of pub- Ue roads at the request of the state The equipment which the secretary of war has been requested to return from France Includes about 1,500 cater­ pillar tractors about 400 road rollers, eteam and gas driven and a large graders, elevating grnders. rock crush- industrial locomotives, r...

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 — 23 January 1920

d o o b c o u n ty a d v o o a t iv s t u r g e o n b a y , to b * J a n u a ry so, m o . TELUS ABOUT CLUB CANNING. U m b e r of Local d a b Writes About the Work In Issue of Hie Parmer’s Wife. In the January issue of “The Parm­ er’s Wife” is the following account «( one of the local canning clubs written by Miss Florence Hanson, at present a pupil of the high school: Something About Club Work. fTo The Parmer’s Wife: Several rules must be followed in Boys* and Girls’ club work. First there must be at least six or eight members in a club to make it profit­ able. Then one has to sign the club pledge, “I pledge my head, my heart, my hands, and my health to reason, loyalty, service and efficiency.” Complete records must also be kept. Bach club chooses its own name. We •all our canning club the Stick To It Club. I started club work in 19IS. I was 14 years old. Only three clubs were Organized in our county that year. All made a brave start but due to a vary busy farm season not all the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 January 1920

7 {Official Publication] A REPORT OS' TH E CONDITION OF THE DOOR COUNTY STATE BANK located a t Sturgeon Bay, State of Wisconsin, a t the close of business on the 31st day of December, 1919. pursuant to call by the Commissioner of Banking: R E S O U R C E S Doans and discounts, including rediscounts- Less rediscounts - Overdrafts -1472,377.98 _ 49,712.30. Customer's liability on account of acceptances, executed by ' th is banlt and now outstanding-____________~ United States securities owned :_____ !_____ ______ : _ O ther stocks and securities___________ ________ _ B anking house V u m itu re and 1 fix tu res. O ther real estate owned- Due from approved reserve banks- Due from other banks _______ Cash item s _______ _________ _____ Cash on hand . Exchanges for clearing house and checks on .other banks in ' same place Approximate interest earned b u t not collected- hnsurance P rem iu m s________________________ 422,665,68 9,393.24 18.296.27 67,122.58 1,059.68 20,600.09 9,862.34 4,43...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 January 1920

( f S l s g * itfTTrrrrr ..j 5t**4»*i-? l l ’* !'•- 1 OOTTNTT APVOTAm, RTUBOBON BAT, JANUARY 28, lfffO. ?^wwwtw: • •.•â– - s ' -■ * MEMORIAL BUILDING FOR UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. The accompanying sketch by Ar­ th u r Peabody, state architect, shows 't h e proposed Memorial Union Build­ ing for the University of Wisconsin. , A campaign to raise a fund of at least $750,000 among the alumni, form er students and friends of the University of Wisconsin to finance the project will be carried p u t during CAw T ^ BEST LIGHT. the last two weeks of February. ThiB campaign will reach some 13,000 Wisconsin alumni scattered over the United States and in many foreign countries. Chairmen have been appointed and are organizing working committees in Wisconsin counties and in the lead­ ing cities outside the state. The chairman for Door county fs Mrs. H. E. Stedman, of this city. Favorable For Station. Ephraim Men’s Club, Promoters of Coast Guard Station a t Fish Creek, Expftct Bill To Pass. O...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 January 1920

^»W»? s& a fty p m m m r n m m L * : — , ' — STPSQfeOBf 84* AlffOCATX^-—OOWBOLlDAT^^l^ipOOB'OOOHTT n M .^ .. ^^/W istorical Booms i ■ MADISON WIS NUMSUr „ IjAROBST ClKCCTATlOa ■IT WOBTHBASTBBH WISCONSIN —-jfr- Council Frames Ordinance. New INCREASE 20 PER CENT. ■ \" ' Y r— • :. , Nearly Every Employe of City - To Get More Money—Election Officers Are Appointed. Report of NDss Lown, ’ tibrarian,Read. ' Carrying an Increase of practical­ ly 20 per cent , in the city payroll the new salary ordinance had i t s . first redding at the meeting of the city Council Tuesday night. By the terms of the new ordinance nearly every employe of the city receives a sub­ stantial increase in pay. While nearly every , other line of employ­ ment is being raised in amount of compensation enabling workers tj keepup with ever increasing cost of Bring the city council decided that the. city must give Its employes ad­ ditional wage. The new ordinance carries the fol­ lowing salaries, the list...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 January 1920

f a n Two DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS, JANUARY 30, 1020. Sawyer News. BUYS HARDWARE ’ BUSINESS Sawyer Hardware Company Is Now Entirely Owned By Local People. A deal has been pending for some time for the sale ofthe business of the Sawyer Hardware Co. and it has been finally closed and tho pre­ sent owners are all residents of Sawyer. That part of the Btock owned by the Frankforth Hardware Co., of Milwaukee, has been taken over by the resident members of the firm and the business will continue tinder the same name. The new owners are JF. L. Wies- ner, Herbert Wiesner, George Sentt and Alex Wilz. J. L. Wiesner, who has been man­ ager of the firm for many years, has been in the hardware business since 1907 and since 1908 has been a stockholder connected with the Saw­ yer store. He has been manager since 1912, succeeding J. H. Jlrtle, .who resigned at that time to accept a similar position at Antigo. Herbert Wiesner has been con­ nected with the firm moBt of the time sin...

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 — 30 January 1920

DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, ■ ]& , JANUARY SO. 1020. County' News. Brussel* , Louis Gerondale spent Sunday witb relatives at Union. W illiam Renard is home for a TiBit with relatives. . Henry Motquin is home from Green Bay apd visiting with rela­ tives here. . Mrs. P. J. Quartermont visited a t the home of Jos. Chaudoir 'last Sunday. Miss Alice Ahlswede spent a day visiting a t the home of Wm. Baud- huin last week. A dance which was held a t Parins hall last'M onday was not very well attended. Misses Mary Renard and Esther Gerondale are spending the week end with relatives at Green Bay. The Brussels Dairy Co. is now receiving over 3,000 pounds of miik every other day from the farmers. Mrs. D. Motquin expects to leave shortly for South Dakota where she will spend the winter with her broth or Charles. Reports from Rochester, Minn., state th at Jules Delfosse, who is re­ ceiving treatm ent at the Mayo Foley’s Honey and Tar COMPOUND IT IS JUST W H A T CHILDREN ought to h...

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 — 30 January 1920

&/.- ' Vkteitiir »WW»K OUITNTY, ADVOCATE, OTUHQBQN BA Â¥t WIBM JANUARY LOCALS H as A iStroke— Thomas Swoboda o f the Swoboda Hotel Is seriously 81, having suffered a paralytic Stroke Monday. H as Cement Basement—Merchant Charles Greisen has had ii cement floor placed in the basement of his store, which will be used tor storage m ade necessary by increased stock. New Divorce Counsel — Judge H enry Graass recently appointed H, X . Ferguson as divorce counsel for D o o r county to-succeed W . E. Wag­ oner who resigned. To Be Married— The engagement h as been announced in the Milwau­ kee papers of Dr. Lorin E, Wash- hnrn, formerly of this city, to Miss Gertrude Ringenoldus. Broke Finger—While walking th ru the elevator Monday, Paul Stram , manager of the Farm ers’ Co. slipped and tell, resulting in sprain­ ing his left hand and breaking two bones in the little linger. Declaring Dividend^—At the an­ nual meeting of the directors of the People’s Store a dividend of 8 per cent wa...

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 — 30 January 1920

/ : ' , ? .1 POQB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W ith JANUARY 30, 1920. \"• ■■ ——■“ \"\" ■■■■*\"■*■■ ■\" ..... Page Five * * !i P E R S O N A L M E N T IO N iiWOMEN .« I-*'. . ■' . . • • • ■*' • • ,1,. .. • • y« J.- •- • Yi.*.-. ■■ ••• «* NEWSY NOTES GONCEBNINO PEOPLE YOU KNOW \\\\ i m t » m i| 1 11 Luke Borns was called to Chicago daring the week hy the death of a nephew. ' Mrs. Jam es Langemak left last Saturday for a week's visit a t Mil­ waukee. , ' Attorney John Martin of Green Bay was in the city on legal busi­ ness Tuesday evening. ' Miss Emily H alada arrived from Milwaukee Tuesday for a^few days visit a t her old home-here. ? George Jorgenson of Clay Banks was in the City Wednesday on busi­ ness. 5 Miss Kather}ne - Graass returned during the week from a visit at G ree^ Bay. ■ fljSi Glass and fam ily-moved to Qhlbago Wednesday, which City they will make their future hoine, A. f . Brooks went to Appleton the fdre part of the week, where...

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 — 30 January 1920

I Vi f door c o u n t y j a d v o c a t e , Bt u r u b o n ba y , w » m J a n u a ry so,- iw o . County News. BROWN CAN EAT ANYTHING NOW. » » * » * * ^ » * » fra»3ti(KX^KX^ X» * * * * W (* X»XX-X* K «* XXM-«XXXKX)l XMXXK^XXX» X-XX?HeXXXXKKXKlt»g Shoulders A ll B aking C a r e s When CALUMET comes in, all baking troubles take quick leave. You go right ahead and mix up bak­ ing materials, for biscuits— cakes—anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. CALUMET BAKING POWDER x jiie most popular because it doei'ci ve most perfect results. It ha9 the big­ gest dctiL'tnd because it is the most de­ pendable. The fact that it is the big* gest seller proves that it is the best. Atrial will cononce yon that there is none “just as goc^ ” Buy a can—if you are not satisfied ta*ce it back and , set your money back, v'-ahunct contains only such ingre­ dients as have been anptr officially by ifte UL S H ft Authonfiea ■ _ ?«a we ele H8&^&7 fa s ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 January 1920

t m ~ ^......™ - ^BmssasaBBssaesm '•'Viv ' 4*4$& ?*. r, -}f, j ^ ^ M P $ *&>■=.- -tsns^w i Slate Board Enforces Regulations. HOMES ABE PLACARDED. Persons Afflicted With Coughs Or Colds To Be Excluded From Picture Shows and All Other Public Gatherings. ** 1 x ^ y ^ x 1 ■ s^L* ' '•vh , *» 3ge has a rich coffee- like flavor that truly* satisfies. Made by , Postum Cereal Co. Battle Creek', Hicfo Sold by Grocers and .General Stores',. anAwae(«3BTO» *1 Don’t Need to Tell You” says th e Good Judge Why so many men are going to the small chew of this good tobacco. You get real tobacco sat* isfaction out of this small chew. The rich taste lasts and lasts. You don’t need a fresh chew so often. Any man who uses the. Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. / A lt Up In Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco ' W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco W ev m an .-B ru t.o n :G o 'rh p an y ,.'.1107 B ro a d w a y , N ew Y ork City You can make good bread from the flour you are...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 January 1920

Glad to Try Anything “ Three years' ago my system w as in a terribly ran down con­ dition and I was broken out all over my body. Z bogan to be wor­ ried about my condition and I was glad to try anything which wonid relieve me. re ru n s was recommended to me as a line blood remedy and tonic, and I noon found th at it was worthy of praise. A few bottles changed my condition m aterially and in a short time I w as nil over my trouble. I owe my restoration to h e a l th and strength to Poruna. I d , -]nd to endorse It.” -*■ Sold E v e ry w h e re W as in a Terribly Run Down Condition Miss Rieka Leopold, 288 Layco St., Menasha, Wlk. Setfy IJederkrans, Miss Leopold a letter opposite conveys in no un­ certain way the gratitude She feels for Poruna. *=- Liquid and Tablet Form Ooor County Mvncate Entered at the Postofflce at Sturgeon Bay, W Il as ■eoond-cUum matter. P u b lish ed B y Omt Cswtj PiMUUag t*$m ly Incorporated. / | Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay, W jl B. 3. SANDERSON, Mgr. A...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 January 1920

POOR COUNTY AD VOOATE, STURGEON BAT. WPL. JANUARY no ieao. Keeps Your Stove Shining Give* a brilliant elossy ablne I does not mb off or dost off—( anneals to the iron—that lasts f times as long as any other. Blabk Sift Stove Polish Is In a class by UselL Zt*a more carefully mado and made irom better materials. Try It on yonr parlor etove* ypar cook etovo o r your gas ran no. I f yoa don't And It the best poHphyotr ' ever a a e a , yoar h a r d w a r e o r grocery dealer to authorised to re* f e n d y o a r tnoney. ^ Shtnoin • . thm nO m op?9' OVER-ACIDITY of die stomach has VP*et many a night’s rest. If your stomach is add- disturbed, dissolve two or three K i - n a i D S an the tongue before retiring and en­ joy refreshing sleep. The purity and goodness of Ki-maids guaranteed by r \" SCOTT & BOWN2 BUSINESS DIRECTORY CO-OPERATION TO DR. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES , Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. #♦* N. N. STRAND O p t o m e t...

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 — 30 January 1920

DOOR COUNT* ADVOCAT , INTERIOR VIEW O F TH E PROPOSED N EW T H E A TER FO R STURGEON BAY. B arney R au ri.' owner pf thp S tu r­ geon B ay opeia ho ,sc, Jlntea th a t it is U s intention to i .build (he pyoHpnt -b x ld in g into a m odern th eater and jjirtu re house equipped ijf ft m an nor to 'd o credic to the city, lie prppoees to duplicrto the above reproduction of a M ichigan th eater having a seat­ in g capacity of approxim ately .1,100. NEFF AND ENTIRE CREW SAFE Freed Ffiom Ice Floes By Alabama and Brought ToChigago Wednesday Morning A fter being ice bound bff Qhicago fo r m ore, th an a w eek tlie freighter Sidney O. Neff entered th e Chicago Tiver W ed n esd ay ' m orning w ith ail h an d s safe. I t h ad been feared th a t several members- of th e crpw, includ­ in g C onrad Carm ody of this city, had heen lost w hen trying to ag ain 'reach th e boat after w alking ashore a t Qhi- oago. A telephone m essage from Chicago w as received here W ednes­ d ay afternoon by Jam...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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