I find that locating your ancestor in church books is much more likely to occur during this time period simply because people were more likely to get their children baptized versus registering the birth in civil records.
The church records only cover the baptisms from 1890 to 1917, hopefully the rest of the books will be available online soon. Please note that the priest or whomever was documenting baptisms in these books were adding baptisms that potentially belong in a later book and could have ran out of room in a book so they added it to the end in older books with empty pages.
Most importantly, you will find children being baptized when they are older. I see children born in 1906 being baptized in 1908. Never skip reviewing an entire book or two when looking for your ancestors. The books are as follows and I've broken down the film to make it easier for you to locate the beginning of each book. As always, all links will open in a new tab or window but this page will remain while viewing from a computer.
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