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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 November 1918

PO O B COUNTY ADVOCATE, OTURQBQN B A T, W IB„ NOVEM BER 1 ,1 0 1 8 . WHAT CAN I USE FOR FEED Comely Agent Goff A nsw ers th e Qnea- ’ tin * W bich la T roubling D airy­ m en e n d F arm er* ., \"W h a t a re you going t o j |b d thta ■winter. B ill?\" ' • \"G oa^, I d o n 't know. E verything la so darned high th a t 1 guesBtbe old' straw s ta fk w ill have to do double d uty. T h ere a in 't no su ch th in g as hair, a n d feed la put of sig h t.\" \"Sort, of looks as though the old Harry were warping It to us right.” Conversations like these are a reg­ ular role now days, and come from the bottom of our hearts. Tet are they the truth? I wap in Mr. Peffefs cheese factory the other day while, he and Mrs: . Peffer were milling the cheese. He commenced talking about some of the French cheeses and special chees­ es that are made in some places for fancy trades, and then he remarked, th a t Just plain ordinary American cheese like this had never been so high since the Civil war. No...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 1 November 1918

Tea. DOOR OdtTNTY AD rOQAW. OTITROBON PAY. WM., NOVEMBER 1, 1918. CONSULTATION FREE TO THE SICKArchie O R . HOAG, the Chicago Specialist, treats all Nervous and Chronlo Dis­ u se s of Men, Women and Children, and offers to all that will call on that day, date and during the hours given below, consultation and advice FREF OF CHARGE. Dr.'C. A. Hoag «f Chicago. DL,. will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Friday, Nov. 8th, office hours 10 A M . to 7 P.M . rOTH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE In the treatment of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag . ©f Chicago maintains. An honeSt opinion •nd diagnosis always given. 9 OHe has to his credit many wonderful cures in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Files and other rectal diseases—Catarrh which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump­ tion also throat and ear diseases? BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples, Scrofula, Tumors,...

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 — 8 November 1918

y^,i 9TUBGK0H BAY ADVOCATE GOUlrtY DEMOCRAT NUMBER f 33 r ■■ LAMQKW ' cmCPtATlOH ■*-.-^ ■: KB rokthbaiteiui w ik o h w 8TUKGKON BAY, W IS , FBIDAT, NOVEMBER 8,1916. jan M *f 4pvgnnBMf n u U iw n ---------- hook d t n s f 1 COUNTY BOARD WILLMEET Many Door County Men to 60 to Southern Camps Within the Next Week. NINETY-NINE TO ENTRAIN Ixcai Board Is Orderdtl to iPuraish Hearly One Hundred Soldier* Within Five Day Period Begin­ ning November 11—Will be Sent to Camps Logan and \"Wadsworth. \"Within the week the head of the local exemption hoard has received several calls for men to he inducted into the service .within the five day period beginning next Tuesday, the eleventh. There are three separate 'calls, but all are for the same en- trainment period and all may leave here together. The schedule has not as yet been received by the board. There is one call for three men to go to Camp Logan, Houston} TexaB, and Jule Wery, Forestville, Ole Erickson, Chicago and Harry Schu­ mach...

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

s§as?.-v. ■ . / - 1 i - WHMROOIJNnr ADVOCATE, 81WMMBH BAY, W jfr, NOVBMBBR 8, 181g. ISJI I • ci :- V -'- .2 li ■{ : /. ■/: Commencing Saturday, Nov. 9 And Continuing Eleven Days November is Our Birthday Month and We're Going to Celebrate AS RELIABLE RETAIL MERCHANTS WE ARE JUST 48 YEARS OLD W e feel proud of the fact that through the con­ tinued patronage of ouf good friends apd. ac­ quaintances, w e have reached our 48th year of progressive service as modern retail mer­ chants. For this reason w e are celebrating and wish you would A LL come and allow us to extend our hearty thanks and appreciation in a w ay th at is more forceful than m ere w ord s—■ w e w ill let oijr A nniversary Specials express our gratification for your .good will and COME HELP US CELEBRATE BY ATTENDING OUR PARTY helpful support. M any of the wholesalers and m anufacturers w ith whom w e deal have generously co-operated to m ake our A nnivers­ ary Celebration a successful event. Thru their specia...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 November 1918

» ■« w ii% iftr|i'iiHHivii » x « « n » x k'x k k » « « « » ( # » » w # Hf ##■» lit Im !»•â– Â»Â« «'«* » « « » ' » y » i w i» »w k mu »«ri iiMfca SEE THEM - ifcoUR CLEARING THE DECKS FOR HOLIDAY DISPLAY-Second Floor FRIDAY and SATURDAY and all next week. I CHOICE OF THE HOUSE SALE OF WOMEN’S AND MISSES’ FALL AND WINTER Clearing the Decks for TOYLAND Entire Stock of fine Hats — without regard to value O DISCOUNT Please Remember the earlier yon come the more complete the choos­ ing. W IRRESPECTIVE OF QUALITY OR PRICE Absolutely not one garment reserved. Every reduction is GUARANTEED and is made at time of purchase No ap­ provals, each sale is FIN AL. PLUSH COATS and EVERY CLOTH COAT It is indeed an opportunity. BE ON HAND EARLY. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. T H E S T O R E T H A T S A V E S YO U M O N E Y Clearing the Decks for TOYLAND SALE CONTINUES W e still have some very fine Wool Serge, Poplin and Jersey dresses all at OFF Wp must make room for our Toy and H...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 November 1918

ita c tV ta * ' \" *_____________________________ POOR CX?PNTy A Pl^C A ^, STURGEON' BAY.W IS., VOVKMBKK « . IM S. ^± ^ .j» i r t :» 'i i » w * » * « * » « * * * » * * * * * * n m m m t m m o m m * » « « « « w it k w h » » « * Pure Buckwheat Flour, lb. . .. . . Pure Buckwheat Flour, 10 lbs. . Pure White Rye, full 25 lb. sacks Com Meal, yellow, lb. ....... Com Meal, 10 lbs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Quaker Oat Meal, large pkge. ... Quaker Oat Meal,- small pkge. Cream of Wheat, pkge...............’. . . . . .7.*... Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkge. . .V.. Pruned Wheat, pkg..................... . . . . . 1 Jed Rice, pkg............... ............. iaking Soda, 1 &. pkg..-........... Magic Yeast, Yeast Foam, pkge. ................. White Navy and Yellow Eye Beans, lb. . Pure Sweet Cider, 3 qt, cans . . . . ..'.'. Ghums, Checkers, Oacker Jack, pkg I Borden’s Eagle Brand Sweet Milk, can All tall brands Milk, can ..................... . . . Small . , ....................

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 November 1918

PERSONALS H. Slerera of Ephraim was * busi­ ness visitor in the elty/Friday. '« Andrew Hendrickson Qf Sister Bay was to th ed ty Frldayon buBlnees. Jtalph Jenquln, prominent Brnseels merchant, was in the city on bnslnete Monday. Jpe Armbrust returned Monday evening after spending a few weeks a t Green Bay. ... \\ Al. Vandenberg was up from Green Bajr last Friday on business -and vis­ iting with friends. Wm. Bastar and Bdw. Perry of - Forestville were guests of friends in the city Saturday evening. Mrs. Charles Johnson ' returned Monday after spending a ' few weeks visiting at outside points. - . Postmaster H. A. Wagoner has been confined to his home with illness for the greater pari of the week. Frank J. Stroh and William Me MUUan motored to Green Bay Satur­ day to consult a specialist. . JF. B. Seymour, superintendent of Che A. & W., was in the city Friday on business, between trains. Eben Wood of Brussels was a business visitor in the city Tuesday and paid this office a pl...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 November 1918

*% DOOR roVNOT A D V O b a ^ BA.1t/ VrMn KO' W e U 'A r m e d ! When company comes there is no time to waste—no chances to be taken—so mother Isees that there is al- ways a can of CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts,muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. . Then, too, her reputa­ tion as a cook must be upheld — and she \"stakes” it on Calumet ez «ytime. SheftnoMttit will not disappoint her.\" Order a can and have the “company” kind of bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. Yon save when yon bay it. Yon save v.h^n yon use it. GARDNER. Louis Counard, who has been very 111 to r some time. Is getting-along nicely a t th is time. Mrs. T. D elsart who has been sick w ith influenza Is able to be around once more. A, play entitled “D ot th e M iner's D aughter” wilft bo given by, th e young people of D istrict No. 2. G ardner. L a st . year thes...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 November 1918

OOUKTT ADVOCATE, 8TO 1W O N BAT, W M , NOVEMBER 8 ,1 9 1 8 . P « g e 8 w w ' County News. And He Got Well and Strong. That's. True Monaca, Pa.—“My little boy, who is the youngest of three, was weak, nervous and tired all the time, so he was most unfit at school, add noth­ ing seemed to bdi him. I learned of Vinol and gave it to him. It has restored his health and strength and he has gained in weight.”—‘Mrs. Frederick Sommers, Monaca, Pa. Vinol is a constitutional cod liver and iron remedy for delicate, weak, ailing children. Formula on every bottle, so you know what you are giv­ ing them. Children love it, H. A. Stiles, Druggist, and druggists everywhere. \\ Stock Feeds Gluten Feed. v Schumacher’s Ground Corn and Oats Feed. White Diamond Feed. Special Horse-Feed. ' Blatchford’s Cal^Meal. 1 •. \"\" Bran. Middlings. Corn and Oats. Patoto Crates and Salt. TEWELES & BRANDEIS Sturgeon Bay and Sawyer, Scrap Iron Wanted! I am paying highest price for SCRAP IRON, RAGS, RUBBERS, COPPE...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 November 1918

POpR COUNTY AD rOCATB, STURGEON BAT, WBA, NOVEMBER g, 1018. Unlike Topsy— Swift & Company Has Not “Jest Growed” Swift & Company, in fifty years of well ordered growth, has become one of the great national services because it has learned to do something for the American people which they needed to have done for them, in the way in which they preferred to have it done. It has met each successive demand, in the changing conditions of national life, by getting good meat to increasing mil­ lions effectively, efficiently, economically, and expeditiously. The Swift & Company packing plants, refrigerator cars, car routes, branch houses, organization, and personnel of today are the practical solutions, bom of practical experience, to the food problems of half a century. Because of all these elements working in correlation and unisort, Swift & Company is able to supply more and better meat to more people than would have been pos­ sible otherwise, at a net profit per pound of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 November 1918

STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE-— OONSOL XDATED— -DOOR COUNTT DEMOCRAT H istorical Booms MADISON W iS LAROBST cmCtJl^AT IQ M ^ r io u n a A fn a n wiKOSOS STUBGKOhi BAY, W IS , FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1918. Sturgeon Bay, With Other Cities, Commemorates Allied , Victory. / REPORT FALSE THURSDAY AnaJstice Is Signed Later, However, ' odd Entire Nation Is Dellrous Over Welcome News—Kaiser ■ and Crown Prince Buried, Burned and Hanged In- i numerable Times. In common with every city, town, and hamlet in the land Sturgeon Bay had twice celebrated the signing of an ariilatice assuring an end of the great world war which has been waged ev­ er Since that fateful August day in 1 fid when the Arch Duke of Austria wad assassinated. ' As stated in the last issue of The Advocate a report that the armistice had been signed was received here jack Thursday and the entire city went wild over the news. Jub soon as word was received on Thursday, the celebration started. Whistles were blown, bells rung, and evdry o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 November 1918

pi f f \" ’ ' * ’ * » , ” '*[ V 'Mw-':-~ PO O R OOUNTY A P VOCATB, jW PBOTOH M T , W i B . , N o y K M B E R 1 8 . W 6 , Sawyer News. M rs.-Ju liu s M aedhe is reported W T i l l . W illiam Saw do retu rn ed to Camp G ra n t M onday a fte r a visit w ith rel- ativ e8 here. Several m ore c ar loads of sugar fleets w ere shipped from here during th is w eek. M rs. A. J . B aker underw ent an op­ e ra tio n a t th e Egeland hospital Mon­ d a y an d is going nicely a t th is w rit­ in g . L a st F rid ay a daughter was born to M r. and Mrs. Sid. M agnussen who re sid e in th e southern p a rt of this w ard. A fte r being confined to his home b y pneum onia and other ailm ents for m o re than a month E. C. H um ke is ag ain out and attending to busi­ ness. A cavein a t the w aterw orks ditch th e fore p a rt of th e week caught Jo h n Stroobats and Aug. Schultz. B oth men w ere partly buried and som ew hat bruised b u t fortunately no serious results are anticipated. Jos. Cochnette ...

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 — 15 November 1918

. The following letters were recently .veeelved byMrs. Alex. Laurie from .h erso a CHyde.who,’ at the outbreak ' -of the war, enlisted in one of the bat terieswhichwereformed at Green VL- September' 8) 1918. \\-'iiy ,iJejW,'M6theyjivr It baa been a long time between '. letters again- Mother, but I tried my . best-to write you.sooner.- We-have beemhot om the trail of the,retreat­ ing Huna and they hare been' going - so fa stth a t we' hare hardly had time •%o sleep. It would be pul! iritd,no- altion, fire a couple hundred' rounds and - then advance on them -again. «They sure have been retreating- fast in every sector we have been in .. It - has been hard and it la awful tedi- ' oua and tiresome. We are now. back -of the lines-for what I hope is a rest and it* sure seems good not to hear the o ld , Hun shells / .whistling. Of course there isn’t any authentic news —ion what we are to do but a long rest is promised us. We have been hitt­ ing, the line since about the first of June so...

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 — 15 November 1918

r.^*» . * PAYS TO ADVIBTISE WMiniiHMtim i mini LOCALS (Continued from first page) County Council of Defense Sub­ mits Financial Report From Time of Organization. ASKS A PPRO PRIATIO N Oonntjr Snperlntendenfc of Schools Presents Most Complete Chairman Ahlswede Exi From Board Upon Receiving News of Death ot His Son in France. Baby Girl—An eight-pound baby *1*1 arrived. at the home ot Sydney Magnnssen, Advocate employee, i on Friday ot last week. • Both mother and child are doing nicely. . Quarantined—The home o( Urban AlHewas quarantined within the week Mr. Allie’B son Clayton being down with diphtheria. ^ Change Day—The local stock deal­ ers have changed the day (or the -shipment of stock from Wednesday to Monday. Two Calls—The fire department has answered two- Calls within the week, both for small firea. One was en Friday of last week, theze being a small fire In the McMillan vulcanizing shop. There was also a small blaze that morning In the roundhouse. Mourning Bands—Mourning ba...

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 — 15 November 1918

. . IN. Anderson of Detroit Harbor was in the city the' flrskof thejweek. //:/ Mr*. Eli Gilbert and Mrs. Chiurles Scbroeder are spehding’thew eek end with friends in .Green Bay. James Oakley, Sr., left Monday for Algoma to spend a few days riBitlng with relatives and friends. Julius Schack ■wlUleave this week for Found and Manitowoc to ylsit relatives for several ’ weeks -/:.- \\ Miss Helen Stiles left yesterday tor:Madison and other outside points to Spend her vacation. . . Phillip Overbeck and family have moved into the rooms ^yer Bassett’s drug store for the winter. _ \\ George Noble, former resident of this city, but now residing in Algoma, was over here on business Wednes' day. Miss Bessie Dehos returned Mon-, day after spending a week visiting with friends at Green Bay and Shaw­ ano. ' Miss Eva Greisen returned Tues­ day evening from Milwaukee where she had been In a hospital for some time. Wm, and Edw. Shine, Robt. Seiler and Mr. and Mrs. M. Polsene of Fish Creek were in ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 November 1918

f ----■ * 44 i» M 4 » M M » i i M M M 6 M M M »e»SM M 4M i i M H M M ^ S\\\\ \\ h ' f ^ (’w\\ . : fits. Advocate IWHettA- at th« Poatoffloa at Sturgeon B»ty Wi», aa aeoond-clawi matter. PDBUBHtD BY . ’■ . :- ' •n r CMBty P&bSskiRi Coapaty nraonputii) •. /,- Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Tear. ) ■ •r fle r ia g addrr«» e k n t c i t t « »W aa Trail a a th e n e w ad d ress ah oald b e g i v e s T w e n ty 8 ix M illion Casiialtios. It is estim ated th at America's casualties in the w ar totaled 69,620. Ot these i2,460 were killed in action. The casualties of, the -European nations are estimated as follows: Germany, 6,900,000. Austria, 4,600.000. France, 4,000,000 Britain, 2,900,OOtlT Turkey, 750,000. Belgium, 360,000. Roumania, 200,000. Bulgaria, 200,000. gTURGEONLBAY, WIS., NOV. 15. H ie End At Hand. The war is over. We said th a t be- iore, although it .was then a trifle prem ature as far as official sanction...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 November 1918

Doctor Gave P&kmt. : ~ Bedford, Ohiog—\"Twas la a pitiful condition, weak, ,v nervouii , ana run dommso I could not do my housework. X had doptored for years and tried everything under the. sun. A friend told me about Vinol. X aBked my -doctor about it, and he replied, ‘It ? certainly is the best medicine that can be had today. X couldn’t give'yo.u any better.* I took it, and today I am as well and strong aa any woman could wish to be, and it was Vinol that saved tne.**—-Mrs. Frank A. Hot­ key, Ash“St.i Bedford, Ohio. We guarantee this famous cod liver iwd iron tonic fo’’ all such conditions. H. A. Stiles, Druggist, and, druggists everywhere. Stock Feeds ’ Gluten Feed. Sohamacher’s Ground Corn and -.. Oats Feed. r -White Diamond Feed. 1 Special Horse-Feed. - Blatchford’sCalf Meal. 'j?. T\"': Bran, i Middlings. Corn and Oats. Fatoto Crates and Salt. TEWELES & BRANDEIS Sturgeon Bay and Sawyer. Everett Valentine passed through th e jd ty th e ia tte r v a r to f th e w e e k o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 November 1918

q V «**»*• S 'iv 'j ' -15HSH25552 DOOR COUNTY ADFOCATR, STtttGEOJf BAY». WI»h MO County News. FORB8TVILLB. : M r. n d M rs .. L u ke W eber, retu rn ed last. S atu rd a y a f te r attending, th e fu- o f Mrs.' W ebers fa th e r \"who died tiy. Mn. J. Stonem an, Jr., w as a Sunday ▼isHer w ith h e r elater a t D ePere. T h e W eber brothers have started out -after an o ther punch of w olf pelts. They c a p tu re d a nice gray one la st Sunday. T h ere w as g reat rejoicing hero when the news o f1 th e Blgnlng of ihb arm is­ tice w as received. Everybody w as 'per^ fedtly happy and acted accordingly. Old V et F ag g is slow ly recovering from his-i^ocent' a ttack of h ea rt trouble. Bill w as unable to particip ate in the recent p eace' celebration o r to go to the polls a t the recent election. T h is is th e ' first, tim e he m issed voting since 1866. ' Mrs. J. Stonem an and son R obert le ft on the W ednesday tra in fo r a v is it w ith the Mose PerOnto fam ily. Several of ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 November 1918

V o l u m e 57 STUBGEON BAY'ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED— -DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 9istorical Rooms 1 '5 MADISON WIS _ LARGEST CIBdJUTIOH M n N O K T H B A S T B H N W IS C O N S IN STUUGKOiN BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22,1918. T H E B E ST A D V K B T n iira M EDIUM IJf DOOR: COUNTY H im MORE DEATHS Number, of Prominent Door Co­ unty People'Pass Away Within Week. THE FLU CLAINS VICTIMS Wfll Brann, Baileys Harbor, Miss risle Xionzo/ City, Bay Stephen­ son, Cleveland, and Leo Me Grow, Toledo, Succumb to Disease Which Is Taking So Many Lives. * Within the week many more peo­ ple of Door county have passed away, all victims of the dreaded Spanish in­ fluenza -which has taken so many lives throughout the country. Some of the deaths occurred outside of the county and some within its .bound­ aries. William Brann, pioneer resident of Batteys Harbor and Door county, pawed away at the Egeland hospital eatSy Monday morning, his death be- • log caused by a complication ot to* flosiuya and o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 22 November 1918

'.v :r- DOOR COUNTS’ ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W lfl., 22, 101 8. JtTBT asyonraasne Blonds for y o u , your «ho roc tor, yonr pccn) taritlos, your special qualities, different from : those o f every other j I n d i v i d u a l in the , w orld, so the nam e ^irifOirUstttndB for one particular i sewing m achine,, as different fro m / other machines In j| quality and char-1 acter as you are f .different from n il f other persons. T he / only way t» g e t/ the New Borne dal % -buy the *na-l jobipe w lththenam e1 on the area, and In the legs. The ma­ chine with the beveled gear driving • uism, the m o st. expensive: to. most -positive, most-perfeet, m ost _ e driving gear known.' Tb&iku- watch. Vfcq machine m ade mpfelfcUy. M the average work o f th a lw gM .. The w arranty never expires. . m i w n \" RAwae* 2b Opera H ook Mode m Saw yer News. FORMER RESIOENT DEAD John Nelson Scott Dies of Old Age at Bis Home in Neenah, Wisconsin. Word was received the first of the week of the death...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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