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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 March 1921

y POOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WI8., MARCH25, 1621 | Ih M r s o i a l ^ m b ^ t i ( | : n ■ j :: n ew sy motes concerning pe o p l e you know Miss Irene Thorpe was home from Appleton college over Sunday. John Perry made a business trip to Manitowoc Saturday, returning Monday. for- Milwaukee where she . ha i ac­ cepted a. position as stenographer at the National Soldiers Home. Miss Louise Nelson .who has been visiting relatives and friends in Mil- Miss Mary Suthers was operated waukee for several weeks, returned npofa for appendicitis, a t the Egeland (home the latter part of ,ast weeb hospital on Tuesday. „ * G e o r g e Maples, who has spent th e ' an Hodges left Monday w inter in the. northern lumber w oods' M°™ ln*. for Chicago, having been returned home last week. 1 c^ t,ed ^ ere illneS£L of her Mr and Mrs. Jacob Herrbold of sft5ter’ Mr-a M att'H arm on. r Menasha, form er , residents, were Word has been received here th at week-end visitors in the city. i Capt. C...

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 — 25 March 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BA 1, .W1S., MARCH 25, 1021 $8 00 $9.00 $l€^pp W e don’t have to shout ■-•It’s a bargain!” The prices, speak for them­ selves. See ’em — admire ’em. Brown and Black R e a 1 Kid dr Calfskins. AAA to E. SAGCn-BRUNNER-OnULEY S H O E C O M P A N Y Green Bay, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Arite Aren- son Surprised 40th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Old 'Times Reviewed by Olay Banks Pioneers-—Arrived In Early Sixties. and Hewed , Homes From Forest—Oth- - er Clay Banks News j Electrical Storms Have caused the destruction of many thousands of dollars worth of Door County property. Electrical Storms Such as we have had last week will cause the destruction of much more property. Do you carry ample insurance? Better look over your policies and then come in and see us. J. G Ollinger The Insurance Man lo a n s Investm ents Bonds For right work and right prices on M O N U M E N T S . . s e e . . M. J. Pivonka Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Stock Shipping NOTICE The Door County Produce Com­ pany ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 March 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIEL, OUCH! ANOTHER C e t busy and relieve th o se . With th a t handy bottle • Sloan’s L inim en t rHAT SIton’s does, it does’thor­ oughly—£eneirai« -without rub~ bing to the afflicted part and promptly relieves most kinds of exter­ nal pains, and-aches. You’ll find it dean and non-skin-staining. Keep it handy for sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, over-exerted muscles, stiff joints, back­ ache, pains, bruises, strains, sprains, had weather after-effects. _ For 39 years Sloan’s Liniment has helped thousands the world over. You » aren’t likely to be an exception. It cer­ tainly does produce results. Idruggists— 35c, 70c, $1.40. £imment(= Wisconsin Legislature Does Not Favor Making Any Changes in Present Statutes. HANSON BILL MEETS DEFEAT Personal Property Offset Measure la Killed by Large Vote—Taxation Promises to\" Be Blalhe’s Chief Issue in 1922. Tbisis&e Stove Polish Should FT’S different from others because more is taken in the making''...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 March 1921

A HEALTHFUL HABIT Protect your vita! forces and build up your re- sistive-p ow ers with u little SCOTfS EMULSION thrice daily after meals. f Tens of thousands daily prove that taking S c o tt’s Em ulsion is a healthful habit Scott & Boinie. Bloomfield, N. J. A LSO M AKERS O F --------- K M fO ID S (Tablets or Granules) ^INDIGESTION BETTER DEAD L ife is a b u rd e n w h e n th e b o d y is racked w ith p a in . E v e ry th in g w o rries a n d th e V ictim b eco m es d esp o n d en t a n d d o w n h e a rte d . To brin g b ack th e s u n s h in e take GOLD MEDAL T he national remedy of Holland for over 200 years it is an enem y of all pains re* 6nlii r.g from kidney, liver and uric add troubles. . All druggists, three sizes. Eoolt for the name Gold Modal on w w i h f and accept no Imitation C O N SU L T A T IO N FREE TO THE SICK DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, .tre a ts all Nervous and Chronic Disease* o f Men, Women and children, and offer* to all th a t will call on th a t da...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 March 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, MARCH 25, 1021 I w » For Saturday Only, March 26 Many people are taking advantage of our ! Why not you? 8-qt. Galv. Water Pails, 25c value. 19c 12-qt. Galv. Water Pails, 35c value. 29c 14-qt. Galv. Water Pails, 40c valde. 34c Watch this space every week for . CASH BARGAINS ' Halstead=Maples Hdwe. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Vogel made\"* a business trip to Sturgeon Bay last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiese of Al- goma visitedwith Mr. and Mrs. Wil­ liam Wiese last Sunday.. Miss Grace Pennock visited her friend Florence Herlache in Gardner last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Josephine Faken of Milwau­ kee visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Vogel last Sunday. Miss Theresa Vogel, who has been employed at the Eichinger home in Sawyer for the past several weeks, returned home last Saturday. * Miss Martha Kay, who is employed in Sturgeon Bay, spent the week-end visiting friends and relatives here, returning to her duties last Monday morning. Charles A...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 March 1921

* \\ . ■ ' - . . * , - . . f I • * ’ • , , ' ■ v ntv nna irtnrm or aa - - X»D«UNnV CLVJB ORGANIZED Last Friday the Farm Bureau Community Club in school district No. 4. Sevastopol, was organized. Of- ficerg elected was as follows: j Fdw. Moeller, president Fred Ash, Vire- president John Anschutz, sec- re.ary nad treasurer. . This organization is a unit of the Farm Bureau, women as well as men ■ belonging, and is for the purpose of furthering the best interests of the community. Committees were appointed to in­ vestigate certain local matters per­ taining to the welfare of the district. ($500.00) D ollari?, n u m b e re d fro m o n e “ - i g g p E H S n u m b e re d 1 t o '4 , In clu siv e , on J a n u a r y 15, 1023: B o n d s n u m b e re d G to 8, in c lu s iv e , o n j ! ‘B o n d s n u m b e re d 9 to 12, in c lu s iv e , 13 to 20, In clu siv e . J a n u a r y B o n d s on J a n u a r y 15. 1925 n u m b ere d ,ry 15,1926 Sawyer Lull suing holidays the following sc will b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

VOLUME 60 i S i e t o r i c a l B o o m MMem wns :P JMBER L A R G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N JOT N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1921. Mrs. Welter Dies After Long Illness DEATH OF MRS. DeJARDINE Death of Mrs. Welter Comes, After a. Long illness. That of Mrs. De Jardin Very Suddenly While , In Apparent Good Health Mrs. Michael Welter died at her home ,oaf North Cedar street, in this city, at ,’2 oiclock Friday afternoon, March 25th, deatl} being caused from a complication- of 1 diseases which started in March, 1919, heart trouble being one of the causes.' « Deceased whose maiden name was ! Arina Feuerstein,. was born in Algo- ma, June 6th, 1862, her age being ' 58 years, 9 months and 9 days at the time of her death.. When a young lady she came to this city, where she ! had since resided, during which time she gained a large circle of friends. V . , * 3f * i i ^ On December 17th\\.1881, gha was united in marriage to Michael^Wel­ ter, who.w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

P ag e T v f o DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W IS„ A P R IL 1, 1921. NEW EDISON RECORDS Diamond Disc Sawyer Miss Josephine M adoche le ft S at­ urday m orning for Escanaba, Mich. Miss M ina' Peterson w ent to Mil- Lum ber Co., of W ells, M ich. Ford reports th a t h is b ro th e r Lee, a for­ m er well know n fisherm an of Clay B anks arid Saw yer, h as a big farm at th a t plnce and is doing w ell .Ford expects to leave again in a couple of weeks. R ichard M aples states th a t soime 50737—-I’ve Got tlie Blues For My K entucky Home. Timbiictoo 50727— Home Again Blues, Fox waukee last Saturday afternoon. Trot. Sleepy Hollow, W altz Gus F orland m ade a business trip | one has starteil a re p o rt th a t he had -50725 -’Rosie, F6x Trot. Caresses, to M enominee,.M ich., on’Monday. Fox Trot. , “ j Mrs. H. A. W oorfel m ade a trip to .’■50725— H u m m in g , Fojx Trot. Pales- green Bay and rfeturn on Monday. teenn, Fox T rot. •' Feed G rinding 13c per bag a fte r : 60726— B r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

DOOR c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n BAY, WIS^ APRIL 1, 1021. FLOOR VARNISH 'Save the surface and you save all Prepared in Natural Varnish, also with stain combined, giving beautiful imitations of all the hard woods, such S3 C h erry ,W a ln u t, M ahogany, Lt. O ak, O k. O ak, Golden O ak, Rosewood, eto . S h o w s T h e G rain of th e Wood IT IS TOUGH— WATERPROOF-*-DURABLE CARMOTE FLOOR VARNISH It is a wdnderful finish for Floors, Chairs, Tables, Window Sashes, Bookcases,Desks and ail other interior wood-work Scofield Co. The Church and The People A Weekly Message Prom'the Ministerial Association of Sturgeon Bay !! 4/ift/o'rbOiArt, a& You best have “luck” when yoij. 60 AFTER it right. A sure way to find luck is to BANK YOUR MONEY regularly and add to your balance.. , v The more money you have the more POWER you have power to invest or 'expend your business and employ others • to work for you. ' Start a bank account with or INCREASE the balance you already have. •...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

■ c u'V'-v IV Page F oot POOB O p ro rg ADVOCATE, S p ao E Q S BA1, m APRIL 1, 1021, ’ . it ?S - v\\ - ■•'••VA . V\\' '■ ■vr . ' V’' When One and One Make Three Have the Hansen Utility Gauntlet ready for rough work and save your better gauntlet for general wear. The two will last as long as three pairs of gloves worn without regard' to the kind of work. This “utility,’designislight in weight, soft, pliable and easily cleaned. SEN CLOVES are economical because they are especially, built for each purpose. Naturally when a glove is made exactly right for certain Work it will do that work better, longer and with niore comfort to you. ’ \" If your need does not call for a special pat tern you should have a Hansen general- purpose glove for all-around comfort and economy iNo. 147 Auto Utility Gauntlet Write for our Glove Booh, then see your deajter O, C. HANSEN MFG. CO. MILWAUKEE IM I M I I I W W M H I I H W W M W W W W I ' Now’s the lime to Remodel Your Home Before you start remo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

doob oountx advocate, btpimhson bay , w ia , a pr il i , lo a i. Page Five [First Publication Mar. 25, 1921—w3] Notice For Administration and ' Notice To Creditor*. State of Wisconsin, County, Court, Boor County:—In Probate.\" In Re Estate of Rolert Kuzmas, • de­ ceased. ■ ■ ..Notice Is* hereby given, that a t the Special Term of said Court to bo held at said Court House, on the Fourth Tuesday of July A.IX 1921, there will be heard, considered, and adjusted, all claims against said Robert Kuzmas,-de­ ceased And notice is hereby further given, that all such claims for examination and allowance must be presented to said County Court at the Court House In the City of Sturgeon Bay, In said County and State, on or before the 26th day of July A.D. 1921, or :be barred. ■ Dated March 22, 1921. . By the Court: • JACOB DEttOS, Judge. Sanderson & Stapleton, Attorneys. . I COMMUNICATIONS [First Publication Mar. 25, 1921—-w4] Order of Hearing Petition To Sell Real Estate To Pay Debts...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

POOR COUNTY APV6CAl!E!t STURGEON BAY, A P R IL 1, 1921. LOCALS Start' Repair 'SIiop— Sam Fournier ofGreen Bay contemplates starting a bicycle and gun repair shop in this city. He was in the city yesterday. Serving on Force. •— Jim English has been serving as night police dur ing the absence of Edw. Hawkey, ■who has been in Milwaukee during the .week. v ' Will Give Social— Some of the lad- ies of the Altar Society will give a so- ci alWednesday afternoon, April 6th, , att he church dining rooms. Cajrds. will be played. : /: Missionary Society—The \"Roman’s i Missionary Society of the Congre- Igational church will meet Tuesday :afternoon,April 6th, with, Mrs. Gus Pfeifer. • Chnrclr Supper— A.supper, will be served at the Moravian church par­ lors next Wednesday, April 6th, to which all are invited. A musical program will be. given in the even­ ing. v Shipment, of Toys — The II. H. White Company made their first ship­ ment of toys from Vaimy on Wednes­ day. ■ Th A shipment cons...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

'(J. :-f. '::v. ■: ii PERSONAL MENTION DfcSWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW John Ollinger spent-Easter Sunday at Green Bay with relatives. ' Judge and Mrs. Jacob Dehos spent Sunday with their daughter in Green Bay. • Mrs. /Tkos. Swoboda spent Easter Sunday with friends and relatives in Milwaukee. John Aleikle of Springfield, 111., vis­ ited friends and relatives here dur­ ing the week. Alvin Carew, principal of the Gib­ raltar school was in the city on busi­ ness on Tuesday evening. ' Matt Perry spent Wednesday ev­ ening in this city the guest of his brother John and family^ / A. B. Minor spent the latter part of the week at Manitowoc the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ross W right. Mrs. Charles Heald, who recently: purchased a store in Green Bay, was in the city during the week. Miss Vera Keith and Miss Alice Anderson, students a t Appleton col­ lege, were hom e' fo r the E aster va­ cation. •\"’•/•â–  Clyde Helgeson of Ephraim , who spent the past w inter in Florida/ re­ turn...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

. P ag o B ight p o o r o o p n o t a d v o c a t e , st u r g e o n b a y , m , * Ap r il 1,1921. The advance ideas in footwear you will always find first in the Sager- Brunner-Juley Co’s store. But they must earn their right “to be there. Buying nothing but the best of materials. S A S E B -B R U N N E R -m & Y SHOE COMPANY Green Bay, Wis. Electrical Storms Have caused the destruction of many thousands .of dollars worth of Door County property. Electrical Storms Such as we have had last week will cause the destruction of ' much more property. Do you carry ample insurance? Better look over your policies and then come in and see us. j . G. Ollinger Loans The Insurance Man Investm ents Clay Banks Mrs. Ole H alverson Is very sick a t present. ‘ \" Alben M adoche is down w ith scar­ let fever. P ry W oodart is back on his old job hauling m ilk for the condensery. Feed G rinding 13c per b ag a fte r A pril 1st. Bushm an M illing Co. (2 w l) Adolph Geitz bought a tra c to r last wpe...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON B £ S ( VW .I APRIL J, 1021. Page Ntn« 010 REtMHE! f COMMUNICATIONS [ I There are tens of thousands who real­ ized the benefits of the growth-promot­ ing properties of sco rn EMULSION in childhood, who now give it regularly to their children. You may depend upon Scott’s Emulsion! Scott & Bowse, Bloomfield, N. J. ■ALSO M A K E R S O F - (Tablets or Granules) Esb-INDIGESTION . i ' i j “Pain’s enemy” ~ IH say it is*! WHEN you w ant Quick com­ forting relief from any 1 'external’* pain, use Sloan’s Liniment. I t doea the job with­ o u t staining', rubbing, bandag­ ing. . Use fnxlu for rheumatism, neuralgia, aches a n d p ains,. sprains and strains, backache, core muscles. Keep it W 70* $1.40 At all druggists C O N S U L T A T IO N FREE TO THE SICK DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men, Women and children, and offers to all th at will call on th a t day, dats and during tb a hours given below, con* sal...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

Page Ten DOOR COUNTY ADVOCAT&. STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 1, 1021. COMMUNICATIONS (Continued from Page 9) a t a loss to know definitely w hen the sam e will be in readiness. The.reason no contract was entor- .cd in o with the aforesaid represent­ ative of the Peninsula Service Com­ pany was that I as representative of The Farmers Company was tinder the impression that the city had con­ tract id to receive a set amount of current from the Peninsula Service Company and that it would be dis­ loyal on our part to take power direct from said Peninsula Service Company in the event that the Sturgeon Bay U tility Commission did not sell all the current contracted to be taken by them. Furthermore, when an ap­ plication was made November 24, 1920, which was the second applica­ tion made, The Farmers Company hhd a chance to purchase a feed- grinder in good condition at a sacri­ fice price and same would have been purchased had the electric current been supplied at that tim e. Why, th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

POOR O O TO fy ADVOCATE. STUBQEON BAY, T O , APRIL 1, 1921. Page Eleven County News. Baileys Harbor Election next Tuesday. Let all turnout. JIarry Brann autoed to the' coun­ ty seat on Wednesday. Wm, Oldenburg made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay, Wednesday. Art. Solom left for New York cn Monday after another - supply of goods. The Welter Amusement Co. gave a movie at Schram’s hall Sunday eve-, ning. Dr. H. P. Eames of Egg ,Harbor made a professional trip here Wed­ nesday. • Walter Hoerres -of Sturgeon Bay autoed here Thursday, bringing up some passengers. - Dr. G. R. Egeland and wife of Sturgeon Bay made a professional trip here Sunday. Mrs. John Brann of Crystal Falls is visiting at the home of her daugh­ ter here, Mrs. Chas. Panter. A few of mir townspeople attend­ ed the funeral of Mrs. Mike Welter at Sturgeon Bay, Monday. Town Board held a meeting at the town hall Tuesday to go through the books, before the coming election. . Peter Collins made a trip to Egg Harbor the lat...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 April 1921

■. - 1 ~ ' r- - ■■ ■ *.■ -r-,V V . ’ : ^ : V •’ DOOR OOTOTI ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. • WI8., APRIL-1, 1021. ' ERRONEOUS REPORT ' . A report is now circulating in tixo ~ •-Third ward that I am a Holer cnndi- v date for alderman. This .I say is a prevarication pure and simple, I affi —-at a .loss to know- who invents such “junk^-imd then \"try and make the ' voters believe it. 1 was induced by no others than : the taxpayers and'.voters of the. Third ward, and Mr. Boler did not know I was a candidate Until very recently. : If this is all the criticism that can he attached to me by those tvho seek? to \" 'crucify the truth, there should be no . question in the minds of the voters t but that I am capable of properly ?■ performing the duties of the office Let the people use their own judg­ ment unassisted by^alse^pnnmganda. CARD OF THANKS We take this method of thanking . all our kind neigliboro- and friends r for all their kindness shown to us during the illness and after the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

VOLUME 60 1AHGEST CmCPIA'POy r a H O R i H E i i s m u r W i s c o n s i n STURGEON BAY, WIS., FIUOAV, AIMill. S, 1921. I historical Boamt 4 MAdlSIN m NUMBER 3 .1C lS,^E VOOATE nniNG* IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD B B S C U n ANOTHER PIONEER SETTLER DIES GETS ENDORSEMENT AT POLLS Lackshire Funeral To Be Held Tomorrow FIRST LOCAL BOY KILLED Bodies of Delbert Murry and Ar­ thur Bridenhagen Brought Home For Burial—Company F Men Attend in a Body One by# one Door county’s boys 'who sacrificed their lives overseas in the World War are being brought home, the remains to find a final resting place in their native . land. Archie Lackshire Private Archie Lackshire was one of the volunteers to march away with Company F in the spring of 1917, and was the first Door county boy to be killed in battle, failing at Cantigny, May 28, 1918, His- body arrived Thursday - and the funeral will be held from .the Methodist church in this city Saturday morning a t 9 o ’clock, Rev. Ellis conducting the serv...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

Page Tiro DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON RAT, W IS- APRILS, 1021 S t o m a c h Oa t a m h -C»usc? untold misery end puttering. *1) of which is needless' ryru-na acts as quickly and surely on ca- tarrh of the stomach and oowcts^ as in cases of j that common^ form.nasa!^ r t I catarrh. ___ “ IN USE ^FIFTY YEARS —rGxcrdsca a Rooth- rine. heating ctlcct uj- jn all mucous linings. •Belching gas, nourstom- . ach, nSauBOtt, v o m itin g , cramps, pains in the abdo men, diarrhoea, constipa­ tion aro all symptoms of a catarrhal condition in the ransof digestion. I)on‘t suffer another day. I t is needless and danger­ ous. Two generations hava found P c - ru - n a just the medicine needed for such disturbances. Sold Everywhere ■ Tablets or Liquid make better k m il a ra sB rs o b u q b t o r i CHERRY MONTMORENCY RICHMOND MORELLO DYEHOUSE Finest Quality Lowest Prices Write us before you buy. ChaseBrothersCo. The Rochester Nurseries Rochester, New York Don’t Fail to See the * New Shipment o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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