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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

. '' ...'• ■ '■ V j ■■■■■ •' ‘v ' ~ POOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAS', WI&, APRIL 8, t« s i K : Taga Three Ca r m o t e W H I T E E N A M E L Mado In. High Glosaand Eggshell Gloas READY FOR USE Tho Highest Grade Enamel Possible to Prodnoe \"Save and you save all CARMOTE w h it e e n a m e l Is the finest white finish for paint- ing Living Rooms, Halls, Dining- Rooms, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Kitchens, Iron and Wooden Beds, and other furniture. Also Mado In I Tory Color =. May be cleaned with soap and water without injuring the finish, Scofield Co. **** **** • -nV v-r .v S ..4* . n U B a a a M U I iiEiii CITY AND COUNTY NURSES REPORT Work Being Perform ed By Red Cross Nurses in City and R ural Schools «nro-r~* XU& M tm Sjua/tiiO W c feu/uis/— KM qksl ^uyuLto-4e)we «tyouA When your money is in our bank it is safe from fire and burglars tmd your own extravagance and you can GET it when you WANT it.' Men of financial stability, business ability, judgment and known...

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 — 8 April 1921

VBCeSVnir DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON B A 1, W lfl., A PR IL 8, 1021 For Outdoor Folk For the “glad hand\" in all weathers, for all purposes— there's nothing like a Hansen Glove! !t gives you warmth and protection without clumsiness and it always fits well end looks right. Ask your dealer for the Dan Patch — a splendid “all­ wear\" specimen of HANSEN GLOVES While your dealer has special designs for motoring, driving and heavy serv ice, this glove will cover almost all ordinary demands. Lined or unlined'— in all sizes. Get it at your dealer's and make your hand 'glad.\" W rite' for our Free Glove Book— then visit your dealer. P o p i i / a r for m o t or- ing B l a c k H o r s e • h i d e . 1 m p a r t e d L a m b F u r /ining. O. C. Hansen Mfg. Co. M ilw aukee Built Like a Hand Highest Quality Fence Wire ii There has been such improvement in fence wire, fitting it to such a vast variety, of needs, we find we must, keep a large and assorted stock at all times, We've got a good li...

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 — 8 April 1921

POOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRI1, 8, 1921 OUVETTE strap The Church and The People A Weekly Message From the Ministerial Association of Sturgeon Bay A NEW DAY FOR THE CHURCH W hat has been the effect of the world war upon the church and upon the progress of religion in general? This question has given serious con- ■ T L - 1~„«. Icern to'C hristian people everywhere. ■ l a s t W p r c l i l l a n o v r I ^jn^ | r e c e n t l y the answer has been elty creation, in advance 01,6 of discouragement and pessi- J ■ I mism. Immediately following the war there was-a slump in business and a sag in religious progress. The churches suffered, severe losses in 1919 but the statistics for the year \" V •' n 11920 just published show decided ’n h The indications are th at the tide has turned and that the church is now on the up grade. The following comparison !of total gain in membership of all the church­ es of the United States, taken from the report of Dr. H. K. Carroll, c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

IPage Six / DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON jPAY,. Wlfl., - APRIL 8 ,1021 LOCALS Legion Meeting— Archie Lackshire Post of the American Legion will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o’clock in rooms over Bassett’s drug store. Opens Store— Herman Geitner has rented the.D. Tlienel building on the hay shore road and will open a groc­ ery store on April 11th. Broke Her Arm—Mary Cora, the 6-year-old daughter of Dr. G. F. Hil­ ton, fell and broke her left arm Sun­ day while roller skating. Dorcas Meeting—-The. Dorcas so­ ciety will meet with Mrs. W. E. Wag­ oner • Tuesday evening, April 12th. ■ Everybody cordially invited. - Annual Meeting—The W.C.T.U. will meet with Mrs. Bert Keith next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock. As this is the annual meeting all mem­ bers are requested to be present. Fishing Season Closes— Catching perch, pickerel and pike is now pro­ hibited until May 16th, it being the closed season. Dealers are not al­ lowed to purchase these fish nor sell them. . Truck Broke ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

■ POOB OOIIXTY ADVOCATE^ Sy^B6BON BAg, 1 m , A rm L 8, 1981 Taj& Severn « ♦ ( PERSONAL MENTION I! WEWSY NOTES GONCEBNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW !! M 4 W » M W « H W W W 4 »W H W W »W W « W W W W » L.-A.Larson went to Chicago yes­ terday on a business trip. Mrk Chas. Heald spent a few days at Green Bay this week. Her. S. Groenfeldt of DePere was in the city on business a day or two this week. An eight-pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Worley at -Racine last Sunday. Mrs. A. D. Rieboldt whohad been •visiting in Chicago, returned home during the week. ' - Miss Emily Collard is home from- Milwaukee visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jule Collard. Mrs. N. S. Washburn was called to‘ San Francisco, Cal., this week by the, serious illness of her sister. W. B. Cheeseman has been at the Egeland hospital for a week suffer­ ing from an infection of the left hand A daughter was born .to. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Reynolds, Jr., yesterday, this being the second girl in the fam­ ily. • ■ ...

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 — 8 April 1921

Page Eight DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, m , APRIL 8, 1921 Big Opening - up for the Northern Door County public April 9,1921 Baileys Harbor pro- The Central States Army and Navy of Green Bay, WisM have opened at Sister Bay with a full and complete as sortment of all goods that Uncle t Sam's army had purchjased and not used. In conjunction we Dr. G. R. Egeland made fess^qnal trip, here Monday. County Agent Bailey ot Sturgeon Bay was among our callers Wednes­ day. • Bernard Boettcher, garageman, made a blslness trip to Sturgeon Bay, Monday. Al. Osmiison of Sturgeon Bay trans­ acted business here the latter part'of the week. Carl Prueter autoed to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday with his truck after a load of baled hay. The village school resumed work Thursday morning after a short Eas­ ter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson of Pish Creek spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moeller. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Liest and fam­ ily spent Sunday at the Pat W ritt home in Sturgeon Bay. Dr. Farrand of St...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

. . DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, Expect to find the Fisherman, the “Mark of Supremacy, ” on every bottle of emulsion that' you buy. This means that you will always ask sco rnfor EMULSION S cott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. A L S O M A K E R S O F --------- RM1D1D5 (Tablets or Granules) E25 INDIGESTION . I W o m e n . M ade Y oung Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body full of youth and. health may be yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking GOLD MEDAL T h . world’s standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, tHo. enemies of life and looks. In use since 1696. AH druggists, three sizes. Look for th e nam e Gold M edal on every box and accept no imitation USE SLOAN’S TO WARD OFF PAIN . y ou can just tell by its healthy^ stimulating odor, that it is going to do. you good \" t F I only had some Sloan’s Lini- I ment!” How often you’ve said * that! And then when the rheu­ m atic twinge subsided—after hours of suffering—you forgot it! Don’t do it agai...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

Page Ten . '-VvY COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 8,1931 These Flakes with any brand on ^ your grocers shelves and youll find that 2*** 55 Are Superior Com Flakes In making Post Toasties only the choice part of carefully selected white com is used, perfectly cook­ ed, rolled and toasted to a crisp appetizing brown. . Millions eat POST Toasties because-they like'em! Sold by Grocers Everywhere! •Made fcy ftwtum Cereal Co.,Inc.,Battle Creek, Michigan. (CUMB IN !) Open Road As I understand it, one notion that opponents of farmers’organizations have got to get out of their heads is that the farmer wants an arti­ ficially boosted price for his produce. What he’s after is just an honest price and an open road to market. I know my opinion is sound, be­ cause I got it from TRe COUNTRY G E N T L E M A N In next week’s issue is a most helpful article which discusses plans for cooperative market­ ing, not only locally, but at the terminal market . points. I wish all you farmers co...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

DOOR COUNT* ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. WIS.. APRIL 8.1021 WORK. DAYS AND REST NIGHTS Can you do it now? If you cant, there’s something wrong. Many find coffee a disturbing element so wisely leave it off and use Pcereal ostum is a pure drink con* taining nothing that can possibly disturb nerves or digestion. \\oull find Postum has a delightful f la- vor that fully satisfies. \"There'sa Reason for Postum Made by Postum Cereal Co. Jino., Battle Creek, Mich. SllgAT L_ LOOK HERE! The best equipped tire and radiator shop in the Middle West is located in Sturgeon Bay. : I See it yourself at the corner of Garland-Court I j Sts. I have just installed a new machine to j fix any kind of a bursted radiator also carry a 1 full line of tire tubes and accessories. From now on I am going^to establish a road service j that if you have any trouble wi|h your tires !! either day or night on the road, phone RESS I ARNOLD’S residence or shop, he will do the J rest. All work guaranteed. Auto Radiator and Tir...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 8 April 1921

Work At the Shipyards v Tho three shipyards are.still work Ing sm all crews of men, and prosp- . ects are that a crew will be employed at each of the yards during the sum mer. If som e-of the work being fig ured onvls secured it w ill give em­ ployment to a large crow A t present w o rk is being pushed Capt. Anderson’s new steambarge Rieboldt & W olter’s yard, and ■will probably be ready for launching the latter part of this month. The craft is 108 feet long 26 feet beam, and is to be used in freighting logs, ■ carrying them on deck and in the hold and will be'u sed over on the Michigan shore around Traverse Bay. The Sturgeon Bay Shipyard Com­ pany’is finishing Work on the Wotan, which received an extensive rebuild at that yard during, the winter, and the Craft w ill be ready to go in com­ mission within a short time. Work is also being done on the stambarge Barth which is in dock. There being considerable work to do below the water line. This company w ill have other doc...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

VOLUME . ' ) » ’ ::: A Historical Roosts MAOISiM *W| NUMBER 4 LARGEST CIRCULATION IN NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDA V, APRIL 15, 1921. T H E A D V O C A T E B R IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E S U L T S Chamber Commerce and Woman’s Club A. L. SOMMERS SPEAKER Representative of “See America Mrst” Magazine Will Address Meeting—Working on Golf Links—Articles of Incor­ poration Are Piled A joint meeting of the Chamber of Commerce and Woman’s Club will be held next Tuesday at the Swoboda Hotel at 6:30 p.m. A. L. Sommers of See, America First Magazine will address the meeting on “The Value of Community, Festivals.” Mr. Som­ mers has had some experience in pro­ moting civil celebrations, and his talk will undoubtedly include some valuable suggestions for the Cherry Festival committee, which will begin Active work this month in starting Sturgeon Bay’s gigantic celebration. Jens Jensen, the landscape archi­ tect who was to give an illustrated lecture on Door C...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

Page Two PO PE OOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, A PRIL IB, 1981. Sawyer News. Is Home In- Switzerland Hiuvi M aiti Who Worked Here Last . Vear W rites Interestedly of Conditions In Europe Hans Marti, who came here from Switzerland a year ago to familiarize him self with the farm implement business and the use of American farm machinery, is back home again and writes, interestedly on conditions in'Europe to Frank Kniith, of the Sawyer Implement company, for whom he worked several m onths- Mr. Marti was an exceptionally in­ telligent and vigorous man and learn­ ed American ways as w ell as the lang­ uage in a very short time. -His let­ ter. in English, is very well written considering the short time he studied the language. He writes that when he reached liis home in Berne, Switzerland, last December he found business dull in the implement line and after spend­ ing Christmas at home went to Viz- 1lle. in eastern France, where he en­ gaged as secretary to a French cap­ italist in ...

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 April 1921

POOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W E , APRIL 15,1021. P age Three IT IS T O U G H W ATER PRO O F DURABLE 'Save the surface and ■you save all Y O U Will Be Delighted When You U se Carmote Floor Varnish ad e in C lear V arnish a n d C herry — • W aln u t— M ah o g an y — R osew ood — Lt. O a k — Dk. ,Oak — Golden O ak — G reen . A W O NDERFU L FIN ISH FOR FLOORS — FURNITURE — WOODWORK Scofield Co. m r n m m i: M C l l l RED CROSS NOTES Office Days Saturdays, Mondays. O ther days by appointment. ! i I l k owv f l S o / w k ' — i t U e - (Via fanbijr4m mj. i! * cl ' . a When your money is in our bank it is safe from fire and - • burglars and your own extravagance and you can GET it ' I II when you WANT .it. Men of financial stability, business ability, judgment and known integrity conduct our bank. We invite YOUR Banking Business. BANK OF STURGEON BAY ' MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. _____ BRANCH AT SAWYHB HENRY FBTZER, President JOSEPH WOLTER, Vioe-Pree. J. H . STEWART, Vlce-Pres. R...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

Four DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STUjRQBONJBAliWIfl., APRIL 15, 1981. f ^ . . . . . . S DEPENDABLE SERV ICE Attractive dealer’s proposition on exclusive sale* territory. Write tor catalogue and full particulars. 9 Distributors tor Wisconsin and Upper Michigan ^ 7 2 VV. W ater St. MILWAUKEE, WIS. ^ Burdick Electric Go. Parcel Post Your Dry Cleaning and Dyeing TO THE MODEL CLEANERS H H GREEN BAY w H » w i»w**wwtw w w n w »w t **»» H. J. HAHN licensed Embalmer — Funeral Director M o d e r n F u n e r a l C a r U P-TO -D A TE F U R N I T U R E Sturgeon Bay, Wis. [ Highest Quality Fence Wire | . There has been such improvement in fence wire, fitting it I ! to such a vast variety of needs, we find we must keep a large and assorted stock at all times: ' We've got a good line of fence wire, plain, also different size mesh, also barb wire. You need not go elsewhere than our yards 1o get what you want. We can supply your needs with wire of the HIGHEST QUALITY and at a price that cannot be beat...

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 April 1921

POOB OOPSCT ADVOCATE, STPltQgQN BAY. WDL, APRIL 10.1921. * * m K M X » * » « » » * * » * X X » X * * X * i t M X X 'X’X IC X K X X-X X t t * M X -* l t X X X X X X X * .Mm of EVERY TYPE for EVERY FIGURE The choice of materials is wide as is also the 'choosing of the style particularly suited to your requirements. ^ See our line also, because of the certain savings on the purchase price. . ' 1 . We feature the leading lines.' ’ ' ’ l -,3 AMERICAN LADY IACED FRONT CORSET $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 up to $5.00 Tfj^E S T O R E TH A T S A V E S YOU COSTS MORE — PAYS BEST The man who said, “The Best is Cheapest,” said a lot. ■ irv Ration costs more because it is made from good clean feeds that nat­ urally cost more, and these feeds being -well mixed in the right proportion, do not allow the cow to get too much or two little of any one feed and. therefore is absolutely safe and will pro­ duce the most milk at the least money. UNICORN DAIRY RATION also can be fed in connec­ tion...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

YageBix DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, LOCALS W om an's Club Meeting— The W o­ m an ’s Club will m eet w ith Mrs. H ar­ ry E vans on Thursday, April 21st- A nnual B azaar— The Ladies Aid ■ Society of the M. E. church will, hold th e ir an n u al B azaar and supper in th e church on Thursday, May 5th. ‘C hurch Supper— The Ladies Aid of th e M. E. church will serve a pork ro ast supper a t the church parlors T hursday evening, A pril 21st. E very­ body is invited. R um m age Sale Success— The ru m ­ m age sale held by the R ebekahs oh T hursday and F riday of la s t w eek w as a success, the net receipts ru n ­ ning to $120.\" . C ard Party:— The ladies of th e Al­ ta r Society of St. Joseph church w ill give a card party and serve refresh ­ m ents next Friday, A pril 22, in th e church basem ent. Everybody invited. Dance A t K. P . H all— The M acca­ bees announce th a t they w ill give a dance a t the K. P. hall T hursday eve­ ning, A pril 21st. M usic w ill be fu r­ nished by th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

m DOOR miwrv-ga jm&MffiA •sad •,ivi ' -■ -\"■ P a g e'# xea r^^ ! PERSONAL MHNTIONif • ■ •â– â– -■■■:■■ • ■■ . v: :■ ' ^ •â–  • - • ■ • -. - - \" '■•!? —’— :— :—: :—t ~t ~— *— r ■ — —— , , : RSW8YNOTE* CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW !! i Leathern D. Smith is E ast o n . a business trip. ' John Perry made a business trip to Green Bay on.Monday. Julius Hass of Ellison Bay was a business viitor in the cty Monday ^ Attorney H. M .: Ferguson was in Milwaukee, during the week on busi­ ness. ‘ -Capi. Hubbard, lighthouse inspect­ or, was in the city Tuesday on busi­ ness. : . ■ / ■ ■ Mrs] T. A. Sanderson left for Madi­ son Wednesday to spend a weekJ or. more w ith her parents. . . . Miss Alice D etos who had been.vis­ iting friends in Milwaukee, returned the latter part of last week: Mrs. A. S Putm an, of. Algoma spent several days] in the city this week renewing acquaintances.' Mr. and Mrs. S. R. M iles'are ex­ pected to arrive tomorrow from Ar­ gos...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

BA T/ WIBh APRBL 10,1021. WEEK-END GROCERY SPECIALS Fresh Fruits and Vege­ tables of greatest variety at lowest price*. We pay highest market prices for fresh EGGS. CEREALS,and BREAK­ FAST FOODS Grape F ru it .2 for 15c E-ComJB'lakes (all kinds) ....12c Shredded W heat 2 for 27c Cream of Wheat, e a c h 28c Puffed R ic e ..................& for 26c Rolled Oats,' Quafcer, large . :30c Rolled Oats, Armour’s, large 30c Rolled Oats, Blue Rose— large .25c COFFEES My F avorite............. Breakfast Cup Golden Blend . . . . . . . Turkey Coffee .. . . . . Conrad’s Best ........ Bulk Coffee, per lb. ......25c .25c 28c 35C .38 c . . . . . . 22c CANNED GOODS Van Camp’s Baked Beans— No. 2 .can ...........................14c 11 02. can .............. . ........ 9c Peas. No. 2 can......... .............. 9c Corn, No. 2 can 9c Peaches, Pears, and Aprlcotg— (canned) per c a n ................25c Strawberries, per can . . . . . .25c SOAPS P. & G. Naptha Pels Naptha ... Kirk’s Flake ., Galv...

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 — 15 April 1921

DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATE, STURGEON BAY, ffR , ' APRIL 15,192}. Pago NlnO, EVERY CHILD ■ i ■ , needs nourishment that not only sus­ tains strength b ut also promotes nor-' mal growth. scorrs EMULSION is a food-tonic that is of special significance to children. Those who are not thriving ought to take Scott’s Emulsion Scott &Bowoe, Bloomfield, N. J. — ALSO MAKERS O F -------- KM10IDS (Tablets or Granules) ^or INDIGESTION 20-22sk THE CITY COUNCIL farm in g relief fbr theumatic aches. L I E ’S just used Sloan’s * * Liniment and the quick comfort had brought a smile of pleasure to nis face. Good for aches resulting from w eather exposure, / « - . sprains, strains, lame back, '•Â£* overworked'muscles. Pene- /» 0 $ trates without rubbing. All $ 1 4 0 druggists have it. im m e n t Pam’s SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen hnd movement becomes painful it is usually an indication that the kidneys are' out of order. Keep these • organs healthy by taking GOLDMEDAL m m T h ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 15 April 1921

PqgeTcn PQOB O O P O T rg a d v o ca te ,stp b g e o n b a y , xm * APRIL 18,1081. SPECIAL FEATURES Henderson Front 6^ 0 . Vr—The better models have a flexible top clasp 'which relieves pressure over the bust „ / &Co. 2 —A ventilated shield under the lacing which prevents the protruding of flesh or clothing. 5Vo. 3 —Elastic section and gores comfortably adjust the corset to every, body motion. yVo. 4—A ventilated sec­ tion in back made of a soft mesh material w h ich. relieves all pressure on the spine from heavy boning or bulky seams so objection­ able in som e front laced models. ■ i - a Henderson Front and Back Laced Models Are among the leaders of the most stylish and com­ fortable co rsets m ade. They are designed for all types of figures and we offer them at very moder­ ate prices. ENDE yfoette/manty£mer/d. v iz r zM & m ni m _ SAWYER, WIS. ONt POUND NET “ - \" C O C O n u t . b r a n B v loniuLCKSi r«ct non ««,«« r« u OLEOMARGARINE T h e N u c o a B u t t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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