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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

DCrt)B CCHJNT* ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8^ MARCH 19, 1020. !■»» M M 'W H ********* I H M * I i PgEsSO NAI, M E N T IO N i: m ew sy n o tes concerning p e o p l e t o o kn o w i ■ Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Houle were at Green Bay last Friday and Saturday. Mss Bell Cochem left durng the week for Chicago for a few days visit. . Attorney John Sander, of Milwau­ kee was in the city on legal business Wednesday 11. R. Holand of Ephraim was in tho city Monday on his way outside on a l-usirieij tr'i- . : Martin Larson left Monday tor Ke­ waunee to look for work in tne gov­ ernment shipyard. Ed Anderson arrived\" from Manito­ woc during the week and is visiting his father at Horse Shoe, Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Matt McCarthy have returned to \"their home in Antigo af^ ter several weeks visit here ' George Rhod9 made a business ard pleasure trip this week to Mil­ waukee, Janesville and Stoughton. , . Mich.-Kerscher and Lawrence Schlise of Maplewood, transacted business in the city Monday hejween t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

POOB OOPWTT ADVOCATE, WCB U D N BAT, l i f t , MARCH 19, 1920. SPRING ATTIRE BEAUTIFUL An Exposition of Newest Modes in Woman's Apparel *■ ■■ • V .V - ' ■ :• - ' ' ■ •• ■■■ ■ * * * . - ' - J , MARCH 20 to 27 EASTER IS APRIL 4 Get ready now — select what you need—it will as­ sure you better . selection. Your visit will not .obli- gate you in any way. ? V '*• ^ V- M . , - ’’ ' - : 'V V V- V • ' MARCH 20 to 27 EASTERi IS APRIL 4 The spirit of spring joy is reflected in beautiful at­ tire—our stock offers a great latitude of choosing. “Redfem” SPRING SUITS The Season*8 New Styles Conservatively Priced $25.00 $35.00, $42.50 and $47.50 True, immaculately tailored are these “ Redfem” Spring Suits. Developed of fashions favored fabrics. Displaying un­ usual beauty and charm, featuring the latest developments of new and artistic lines. Manish Serges, Tricotines, Tweeds, Homespuns, are much in evidence. Handsomely lined—men v tailored. VARIETY!—No matter if you prefer a s...

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 — 19 March 1920

^: : .■'•â–  - \\ V v -'\" v::vv-',:r'-/.''./'.-'v. poobooroti spvocAra sgjraiBBQW my, wbl, mabchi®, 1000. , ■ Id ' J ' • •Â« r. ''v.»yi'n$■ V Notice of Referendum ON PJBOPOSED CONSTITUTIONAli AMENDMENTS April 6,'1920 STATE OF WISCONSIN, Department of State—ss. ■ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ht the time of holding the regular SPRING. JtJDICIAii and NATIONAL DELEGATE ELECTIONS, to be held In the several towns, wards, villages and election districts of the state of Wis­ consin, on the first Tuesday of April, 1920, being the sixth day of said month, in accordance with Section 1 of Article Xn, of the Constitution of the State of ' Wisconsin, and as directed by Chapters 480 and 604, Laws of Wisconsin for 1919, the following proposed AMEND­ MENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION Of the . State of Wisconsin, which were twice adopted by the Wisconsin Legislature a t the regular sessions of 1917 and 1919, and published for three months as re­ quired by said Section 1 of Article XII of the Wis...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

Eight DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8., MARCH 12, 1620, No Tuition Student? In High School. board makes decision. iCrowded Condition Remedied In a Only Possible Way—Not Nee- , ' ‘essary lf Consolidation Goes Thru—Contracts To All Teachers. ■ t . , JBy action of the school board all 1 / tuition 'students are to bo excluded • Srom the local high school beginning th e. next term of school. * The board ’ fo u n d th is action necessary because xjf the crowded condition of the high school' After this term students from th e rural districts desiring a -high /school education must go elsewhere than the Sturgeon Bay high school. While the exclusion of rural, stu- •dents from: the high school will cause •'a loss to the city of practically'$8,000 /annually from tuition and wi}l also be /detrim ental to the advancement of •education in the rural districts ,it •-seams to be the only course left open rfor the school board. To accommo- •date these rural students w puldm ean tthe -expend...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

SECTION TWO PAGES 9 to 16. 8THB0E0N BAY ADVOCATE— -CONSOLIDATED- -DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT U B G E S T o m C W A m o a O t S O B lB B JU T B B il WMCOMSCT STUBGEOJN BAY, W IS., FKIDAY, M ^K C il 11), 1920. HEALTH SERVICE j LACKS SURGEONS !Low Pay Drives Doctors Back ta j Private Practice, Says j Cumming. Bowling Results .inR jV nvocA TE n n m o s IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD B E 8 T I The new National and American League tournam ent at the Twenty Culb opened up the past week with the following results: , * AMERICAN LEAGUE Tuesday, Mar. 9. Freight Agents— Bathke, A._.._------- 155 111 168 Meverden, L.R___ 183 167 157 Olson, H.R______ 167 155 160 Brower, C.D .....147 178 160 Reisinger, A-------- 178 116 143 SICK SOLDIERS NEED CARE iSurgeon General Declares It Is lmpo» j fiible to Get Medical Men Qualified to Treat the Patients—12,000 Phthisis Cases Alone. Washington, March 17.—Low pay has depleted the professional person­ nel of the public health service, Sur­ geon General Cumming sa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

' / . - . I V OCA TE, STURGEON BAY, WIS, DOOR COUNTY AD MARCH 19, A Man to Man TFrom HE Standard Oil Company was a pioneer in the petroleum industry. the day of its organization to the present moment the Company has put forth every effort to make and sell goods-ofthe highest quality and always has been satisfied to work on a small profit It has made money for its 4711 stockholders by reason of the volume of business done. In its dealings with the men \"and women Who make up its Working organization, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has maintained a policy of fairness and liber­ ality which has held its men and inspired them with the high ideals of service which have been the key to its prosperity. Today the 22,000 employees are working as one man to increase production and decrease the cost of manufacture and distribution, for they know that their every effort is appreciated in terms which are substantial. The working and living conditions of the men and women employed by the Com...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

p o o h c o u n t y a d v o c a t e . s t p b o e o n b a y , w is , m a r c h 19,1020. “You Can’t Get Away Irani ft’ says the Good Judge A little of the Real Tobacco Chew gives more genuine satisfaction than the* big chew of the old kind. Save&money, too-—because this class of tobacco lasts much longer. The rich to­ bacco taste stays right with it. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Put Up In Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco ■ W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco Milks TwoTeats a/a Time J r Just One of the Reasons Why the Universal Wins Out I in THE alternate action of the Universal—milking f -marks it as the last word Company W . M ound Street* Columbus, Ohio two teats at a time- in Milking Machines. It milks the natural way and gives a gentle, soothing massage that stimulates the milk flow—a steady, even, alternating action found only in the Universal Milking Machine The Universal Teat Cup is another feature that marks the superiority of th...

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 — 19 March 1920

p o o r o o p s tt ABvGGafcs&'i s tu r g e o n 'b a y , .W V '* :-b'Y•'■?* i j : i *Ki *»! h h V , BUSINESS Large and Small appreciably benefit • through association' through this bank. , Our Officers takei |i • (lively, intelligent irS-r. terest i n advising with our customers in their financial af­ fairs, and our fapili* . ties are always adapts i ., jable to their indiviauf al requirements* OOOF COUIlty Stdt6 Bdllk O F F I C E R S H erbert L. Peterson, President H. E. Stedman Vice-PreBident Jno. Boler, Cashier A s an active, efficient co-operator this instir - tution ranks high. D I R E C T O R S B r i n g y o u r p r o b l e m s : t 'Melvin Haines Eugene Simon to us—together w e °U8tFTorl“ d Pahl _ “ r j Leathern D. Smith can solve them. \" \" \" 5' c. s. sm ith b . c.,Thorp . T H E t i l l 111 11 STORAGE BATTERY TR A D C MARK R E O IS T C R C O ’HERE is no getting away from the fact that Threaded Rubber Insulatipn flr»ior5 the plates of the Still Better Willard and he...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

v 7 POQB OOUNTY ADVOCATE, 8TPBQEON BAY,, WIB„ MARCH fp, 1920. T h e r e Is A C a u s e Are you run down? Tirted out? Nerves unsteady? Do you feel shaky all over? Are .you weak? Do you lack ambition and energy? 'Do you have that “all gone” feelihg' when you get up in the morning? Do you get up depressed, low-spirited, out of sorts? Do you get exhausted and “played out” after very little effort? Are you troubled with headache, neuralgia, pains in the joints and muscles? Do. you have dyspepsia, heartburn, belch­ ing, gas in the bowels, sour stomach? Do you suffer from Rheumatism, Catarrh, Kidney trouble, Bilious at­ tacks? Are you subject to colds? Have you lost hope of regaining your old time strength and health? DO YOU KNOW THAT ALL THESE ILLS COME FROM ONE CAUSE? Do you know that the only way to PEMANENTLY rid yourself Of these troubles is to eliminate the CAUSE? : Don't take medicines. Medicines and drugs supress symptoms, give re­ lief, but. CANNOT REMOVE THE CAUSE of the compl...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

, Y»Ce Fourteen POOB OOPNTY AD YOCATJB, M p m w iia BAX, W Dt, MARCH 19, 1020. CUCCESS IS ACHIEVED • ^ by vigorous men end w om en. W hen one U lacking in tirengtb and endurance, w iCn (Ood health la wanting, .when physical jpowerlt at low ebb, It la impotaible to accom- p one’s work. One of the causes of ill healthand low vitality it the improper functioning oi the kidneys. \"Trouble results when they fail to eliminate waste and poisonous matter from the system, sod rheumatic pains.’ bsckache, stiff joints, sore ansscles, and other symptoms quickly follow. gg-KterEffis Iwnish effects of kidney and bladder trouble by ■ n o o v in l the cause. They are healing and curative. They tone up and strengthen the weakened or diseased organs. ’ H . D. Castleberry, Marine Engineer, Port Vincent, La., writes: ’I consider Foley Kidney T’SIIatbegreatest medicine (or kidpey and bladder trouble I ever uBed. I recommend them to all w ho suffer with kidney and bladder trouble.” Sold Everywhere. CH...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

J p o o r o o p ie re a d v o c a te , s tu r g e o n b a y , w ia., m a rc h 10, 1020. Page FUtemt Health and Comfort flavor and Economy gives you every desirable quality iii a table beverage @nd has none of the harm, o f coffee. TBis A ll-A m erican table beverage m u st be boiled 20 m inutes. lor children and grown-ups. “There's a Reason9 Two Sites 25$ and 15$ All g•rocers. hade by Postum Gereal Cd'Be Coedc, Mich /COM M UNICATION into effect a t a stated It Pays^to Buy the Best Tested Seeds of a High Germination THE FOLLOWING IS THE LIST OF FARM i: SEEDS WE CARRY IN STOCK: Red Clover Timothy Mammoth Clover Kentucky Blue Grass Alsike Clover . Red Top jWhite Blossom Sweet Clover Orchard Grass Montana Alfalfa Millet Seed Flax Seed Genuine Grinims Alfalfa, Dwarf Essex Rape [ Seed, Liscum Variegated Alfalfa. Soy Beans, Rutabaga and Turnip Seed, Mang- :: el Wurtzel, Sp^ltz, Seed Barley, Seed Wheat, Seed Peas. A complete line of Badger Brand Seed Com. Bonanza Seed Oats and Spring Rye. F...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 19 March 1920

tjPage Sixteen I ' '......... \" • DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., .MARCH 19, .!©&>. A celebrated scientist referring to cod-liver oil said that Nature had given the world “almost a ready-made food”. is richest AWu?eg*ajrvcod*Iiver oil, elaborated in a scien­ tific manner, very’imich as Nature wraps up each globule of butter-fat. Scott's is not unlike cream in consistency, but many assimilate it easier than they do other fats. Scott's Emulsion is concentrated nourishment that helps keep the body strong. Give it a trial. The exclusive grade of cod-jlvcr oil used la Scott’s Emulsion is the famou3 *’S. & B. Process.” tnade in Norway and refined in our own American laboratories. It is a crunrtmtee of purity and palatability unsurpassed. . Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. 3-qti Dazey Churn $1.90 Barrel Churns 6-gal. Favorite $5.95. 10-gl. Favorite $6.70. 4-qt*\" D azey ■ ’ Churn $2.75 Join the Savers 16-«1„F«rrile *m Buy a Churn butter at its present pr...

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 — 26 March 1920

VOLUME 59 STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE— -CONSOLIDATED----- DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT PAGES 1 TO 8. SiBtoric&l Boosts IdWlSOH WIS NUMBER i . . STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY. MARCH 20 .1 9 2 0 . County Board To Meet March 31. $25,000.00 APPROPRIATION. Supervisors To Consider Bonding County For Share In the Fed­ eral Aid* Project Over Old 3reen Bay Road Thru Union and Brussels. To meet Door county's share in the Federal Aid project on the old Green Bay road and to transact such other business as may come before it there is to be a special meeting,of the county board on Wednesday, Mar. 31. As explained in The Advocate' of last week, the call for a special ses­ sion was the result of the activities ■of George DeKeyser, supervisor of the- town of Union. That township is most directly interested in the pro­ posed road work ..of the federal:' gov­ ernment. That town is. .vitally, inter­ ested in that particular piece of rbad- w’ay and Mr. DeKeyser Is most ener­ getically endeavoring to furthe...

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 — 26 March 1920

County News. Clay Banks Miss Lstner Schuyler, who ha been 'very sick is back at her school again Wm. Brauiulor£ is making prepa­ rations to saw lumber this week. Albert Luebke left Saturday of la st week for Manitowoc to attend the funeral of his sister. K nut Knutson, wlfo- has been vis­ itin g here for some time, left Tuesday t o r Escanaba, Mich., on business. John Stoneman of Sawyer1 wa£ •thru here last week buying up live ■stock for shipment. ' Fred Heiimbecker delivered live sstock at Sawyer Tuesday, likewise M itt brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mackey enter­ tained d few friends a t supper Satur­ d a y evening. Miss Marie Oenes has been spend- ring a week iwith her sister, Mrs. Wm. vChristenson. Mrs. Austin Christensen spent '.Saturday and Sunday with h e r sons •Â«Carl and Henry Odean. The Dorcas Society has bought a b eautiful piano and it is now stand­ in g in church ready for use. Guilder Anderson, Knut and Nor- aman Knutsen went to Sturgeon Bay 'Tuesday on busines...

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 — 26 March 1920

POOR O Q triH t ADVOCAtEi , RtCRGEQjj BAT* jn8*« MARCH 26, 1920 A CAMERA ‘ ROMANCE By ALDEN CHAPMAN (Copyright, 1920, Western Newspaper Vntoo) “There’s something going on at the old barn, sir,\" spoke the gardener of Graylands to his young master. Roscoe Blair strolled leisurely In the direction indicated. His clear, boy­ ish eyes showed a token of curiosity as he neared the dismantled barn at the edge of the estate. A man had a .motion picture camera In jm automo­ bile. Near by a second man was put­ ting on the striped suit of a convict At a signal the latter, assuming the terror of a typical fugitive, ran toward the bam and disappeared within, the other meantime turning the crank that operated the camera. As the assumed convict disappeared he turned toward Blair. ' “I suppose we are Intruding,” he said, “but we needed just such an ex­ terior for a part of a movie. It Is usual to pay for the privilege—” “Oh, that is all right,” interrupted Blair graciously. “Take all the pic­...

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 — 26 March 1920

1 ’ V - ' : ' : ■ . IMXIR COUNTY ADVOCATE, SWhflGEON BAY, w i s ., \"m a r c h 10 , SIGNS of SPRING The return of the robin, pussy willows, bursting of buds, wild flowers,’ new dress. These express newness of LIFE, ENTHUSIASM, and freshness everywhere-. . , . . So We in keeping with nature have put on a life appearance- Our store for several weeks past, has been, in the hands of carpenters, masons and decor­ ators, and now presents an ideal JEWELRY BOX, such as you have made it possible for Sturgeon Bay to possess and feel proud of. New Spring Jewelry too:—which givds that added\" touch of refinement, showing individuality, prized and cherished for its beauty and .usefulness and precious because of its lasting qualities. A Few Suggestions Pearls, Diamonds, Watches, Rings, Rosaries, Cross­ es, Chains, Portrait Lockets, Bar Pins, Brooches, Earrings, Link Buttons, Scarf Pins, Necklaces, Handsome Clocks, Chest of Silver, Coffee Sets, etc. WE WELCOME YOU TO LOOK GEO. DRAEB, Uadn* Jeu...

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 — 26 March 1920

•n POOR OOUXTV AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY. wiS^ MARCH 10 , 11 Page Five (Authorized' and ordered published by Max Sells, Florence, Wis., who will pay 25 cents an Inch therefore.) :: PERSONAL MENTION : H ♦ ♦ ♦♦ » « ♦ ♦ ♦ :: NEWSY NOTES CONCEBNINO PEOPLE YOU KNOW ♦♦♦♦♦ VOTEFOR ~ MAX SELLS AT THE ELECTION APRIL 6,1920 for district delegate from the Ninth Congressional District to the Repub­ lican National Convention!. V Mr. Sells worked in the shingle mills, /woods and drove logs on] the Wisconlsin river. Since 1898 he has practiced law at Florence. He is in favor of a n . immediate, establishment of peace between Amer­ ica and the foreign govetnments and a League of Nations which properly protects the. American people, a strong foreign policy to promote American trade with foreign nations and an economical , business adminis tration a t Washington. Mr. ^ lA . bes lieves in a square deal for ing people and their enmloyers/ . For Perfect-Fttihg Glasses see F . P...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 March 1920

V -,] ■ POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1B„ MARCH 20,1020. “Perhaps You Don’t Know” says the Good Judge That nearly every wise to­ bacco chewer got over the big chew idea long ago. A little of the Real Tobacco Chew gives you more to­ bacco satisfaction and saves you money. Its rich taste lasts a long time. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew w ill tell you that. Put Up In Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long line cut tobacco rgnngs , PAID ADVERTISEMENT $9.75. P repared, authorized, published and to be paid fo r by U nited Re-\" publican Club. C. P. McAssey, Sec’y., F irst N ational B ank B uilding, M ilwaukee, Wis. i: NATIONAL REPUBLICAN At the Primary April 6th, to select Delegates for the National Republican Convention at Chicago, vote for the following s i s : Uninstructed Delegates at Large: GEORGE A. WEST E. L. PHILIPP W. H. HATTEN OTTOBOSSHARD 9th District Delegates: MAX SELLS JUDSON G. ROSEBUSH Mr. Sells was a laborer and is now ■ a lawy...

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 — 26 March 1920

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE# BTUB41BON BAY, W lBv MARCH 26, 1920. P a g e S e t * * Don't Patch ’Em % ? T T t ❖ t T T f tA Y Have Them Vulcanized at Ress Arnold’s. *♦♦ 4 ^ TvisiAail #\\f iVtnnA nTA«n ftlit ti«*A0 1a4* «ma inn«AAi ALa m ink them ♦!♦ as new. «♦ .- J&A. y r * **«**^ wr vttvw ** *'*'* »*VV **VW.U*VU «*V ****** « matic tire can be put in as good shape as ever. I have in- ^ stalled a $1,200 vulcanizing outfit that will take care of your A tire troubles. , Empire,. Goodrich, Goodyear, Miller, Racine, Firestone Tires and Tubes for sale. Al l W o r k G u a r a n t e e d ' Radiators too. » A g en cy fo r “S p i r e x ” R adiators Bring in the old'Radiator and I’ll fix it like new. RESS ARNOLD AUTO RADIATOR AND TIRE SERVICE STATION, % Vulcanizing — Retreading — Radiator Repairing — Free Air , 124 Garland St., Sturgeon Bay Formerly occupied by Simonar’s blacksmith shop One block east Moeller’s Garage. f Y Telephone 40-W. ♦ T T f T T T f T T T T T T f Y t P ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 March 1920

Page Eight DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON &AY, WIB., 'MARCH 12, 1020. VVVV T v f t t At last, a Boys’ Suit that puts a stop to uncertain service |T % i T - T T T :T T T T T T Y T T T T T T T T T J '■-•You've seen boys’ clothes of the old school, nowicbme see the head of the class. '\" „ ’ ‘x ^' - We have just been granted the exclusive selling rights in Door%Co.untyv for'a Boys’ garment that can?t go bad without making good. *- . Its name is W e a r p l e d g e . It’s made in New York by a Million Dol­ lar institution and sold from sea to sea by especially appointed dealers. ’ Every W e a r p l e d g e suit or o’coat is accompanied by an insurance policy that pledges the wear to your satisfaction or new clothes as your set­ tlement. , • ' It’s the biggest, broadest arid boldest stroke in boys/ clothes merchan­ dising that has ever been attempted in America. - We’re glad we own the exclusive selling right for Door County. And Door County will be glad that W e a r p 1 e d g e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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