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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 November 1921

■s » * W=*~ j I p o q n po ^ h t t A tnocA T B . ..................h i I PERSONAL MENTION Â¥SWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW Vico-Presidcnt Luxembnrg Bonk Soil' dehly Disappears—-Relieved To , . Be Temporarily insane Sam Olson o£ North Bay was a tions in that city are gradually pfck- business caller in the city during the • ig up and at present the steel mills week. _ are operating a 35 per cent of their Attorney T. A. Sanderson Returned lull capacity. During the summer Saturday from a professional trip to Milwaukee. Chairman Jas. Wilson, town of Bgg Harbor, transacted business in the city Tuesday. * Mrs. Edw. S. Reynolds is visiting her parents and other-relatives at Muskegon, Mich. Lightkeeper Oscar Knudson was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mi­ nor Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Ruth Thorp was. called to Ap­ pleton the latter part of .last week, her brother being injured in an. auto accident. Mrs. T. A. Egan attended the Near East Relief Association meeting in Milwaukee...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 November 1921

- _ - ' . “ K BPS| *Vk V V ’ W ^ i VI B ra ' A . i»-': '- m B * I m ' m B S B * IB SB B B B * B M 'W B~-\\ B vi-.:\" B B - \" ' - ’:~ '■ t- Y - '^ i l S S 'i t 'n '' This Will be a TheOpening Date of This Big Sale s .m i . u '- \\ n i n ' j \" \" i . \" V ' ~ ~ • ' ' V . \"~ . Read Our Ads Every Week Every Week, Every Day of This Great Event Will Feature Amazing Bargains a Come at Once! Come Often! Come Every Day! \\ ou’ll be Well Repaid! Womens, Misses’ and Childrens Ready-to-Wear Dept This Section is exceptionally well stocked with our Usual high grade dependable merchandise in the newest most captivating fall styles and the 25 Fine Cloth Goats Women’s and Misses sizes the newest styles the.most elegant materials all colors and lovely linings. Most of them ftir trimmed. They were formerly $75 to $95. Your choice while-they last at very much less than cost— $55.00 35 Splendid Winter Coats Women’s, Misses’ and Junior sizes—the newest and prettiest bloused, belted and straight lin...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 November 1921

' • * ■* * . ' / * , i - r \"S- : ’’ ’ * . BAT. Wl&, NOVEMBER *, 102f ■M V': a: i=- . ■! j. r . \"■ r ■:■' Why' shouiW^Od j^low a crooked path ? Often a cowpath has been allowed to become a village street, and as the village expanded, tradition has made the winding way an expres­ sion of a cow’s will. Habit is always forging chains to enslave us, so that what has been found bearable by the fathers is accepted by the sons. Who cannot recall the coffee-pot Mother put on the stove early in vhe morning, warning us not to let it boil over? As children, we Were not permitted to drink tea or coffee, because it would stunt our, growth : or make us nervous and irritable. When older, however, we craved a hot drink with meals,* and custom gave us our tea or coffee. Finally upon the instructions of the doctor, Mother gave up her tea and coffee. But that meant nothing in our young lives. Our vitality was then strong enough to throw off any ill effects. But our time came, and we ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 November 1921

. Page Ten d o o r o o r a n r a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , w ib^ No v e m b e r 4r io a i ,fT'r:: : I ^ftWb&k 1 w orn* •T IS SAF 4 /Vi - _ UR BANK You can get the bigger part of a “ wish-bone, ” but it will do you no good unless you TEY for the thing you WISH for. “Wish” to get ahead, and only WISH, and you won’t get ahead. But TEY to get ahead by BANKING that money you have in your pocket EIGHT NOW and you will get ahead. W© invite YOUR Banking Business BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. BR AN CH A T 8AWTTBB ■ HENRY FETZER, President JOSEPH WOLTER, Vloe-Preo. . • J. H. STEWART, Vice-Pres. i • R. O. KOEHN, Cashier J. O. WEITERMANN, Asst. Cashier B. J . K E IT H , M anager, SA W Y BR BR AN CH D I B B © T O R B H en ry F e tce r , J o sep h W olter. R oaer B a to n g h , W . H . W a g e see , V a . J e w , D r. A . J , K reitxer, R a lp h J ea q n ln Buckeye Feed, per ton . . . , . . . . . . . . $20.00 Bran, per ton. . . . . . ..............^ .$18....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 November 1921

JO W OOUMtt iPTOOATR 8TCBGIOR BAX, WBlS NOVEMBER 4. J921 ROLL CALL In iT n s of -City and Comity To Be Made By Ex-Service Men On Armlstlc Day The local Red Cross chapter has *ade extensive plans for the Fifth Annual Roll Call which begins on Armistice Day. The main, feature of the plan is to have the house, to house eanvas ofDoor and Kewaunee coun­ ties by the qx-serrlco men - All means possible to get the workt.of the local chapter before the people has been made use of and everything will fce lit readiness to begin their work ■ on Monday morning, Nov. 14th The plan in detail is as follows: i i Ample publicity in local newspa­ pers slides, .films, etc., also posters, pamphlets, cutouts, flags and other advertising material. The President has proclaimed No­ vember 13th. as Red' Cross Sunday on which day every clergy all over. the •ation will set forth before their congregation as much qr as little of the work of the Red Cross as is deemed fitting and appropriate. The local head...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 November 1921

Page TwelTO ‘ k \\'$ DOORtXCNTnrAI)VOCAtE, BA *. W Ifc. --k.1 S t i / U = - - : V .\" =::V . V v - \" - r . ' V- '-'\"s■ W ’iV1- - y ' ' :' : ! ' = - ' A - v - : 1. ' ‘ - . ,1021 (Continued from Pago l.)- ■ of .L eary schlnktgpji G ust K ath, •Herrwn S’clunidt, jfeff Moore, H enry F o th ,' F red Erdm uii, .John R uth, Olo Arncson, Joe C,umbor and Ju le De- guile w ill im m ediately s ta rt a drive th ru the on tire county^ visiting every ' farm er in th e in te re st o f.th is Dairy Sales organization, fr- ■ \" Mr. Pom m ereniiig explained dur­ ing th e course of h is address , th a t considerable tim e, effort and energy had. been spent in perfecting the Sales Organization plan. H e pointed o u t th a t it* was m odeled \"a fte r th e D airym ens League pf th e state of Now Y o rk fto a certain extent, and th a t experts had been d rafted into th e service of the E quity.D airym en’s Co-operative Association. V y - M n Pom m erening dw elt a t some . length upon th e necess...

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

'i d t o r i c a t Rooms t MADISON WIS VOLUME 6 0 L A R G B tT O m C O U T IO !! ' i n s o B m B A g w i W i s c o n s i n STUKGKOiN BAY, WIS., FKIPAV, NOVEMBER 11, 1921. B R IN i t s A n v E r e r is E R S g o o d nesmamSG SENTO1ENT g ro w s FOR CONCRETE Is a National Holiday p o o r C ounty W ill F in d I t N ecessary In T im e T o R eplace M acadam W ith C oncrete OPERA HOUSE PROGRAM Memorial Services By American Legion Start Promptly at 11 O’clock This Morning—Pro­ gram Backed By All Or­ ganizations of the City ■ T o d a y ,. N ovem ber 11, 1921, is to be an occasion, of rem em brance of the events of th ree years ago w hen th is city an d th is ‘county w ent w ild over, th e fa c t th a t th e A rm istice had heeh signed, and th e W pr w as over. So m any m om entous .decisions and sacrifices h ad been m ade in th e two years previous to A rm istice and so m any th in g s have been forgotten Since th a t th e observance of th e day this years is a n im p o rt o£ unusual si...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

*w o' — ■ », , d o o r oomonr a d v o c a te . gTUBGTOM Sawyer OperaHouse Sunday, Nov. 13 ‘Payment Guaranteed” In 6 reds. Also Good Thursday, ISTovi|17 “ Desperate 8 Saturday, Nov. 19 ‘v “Tough Luck*’ : ^ . and serial. »• Good Movio progra!p& Thursday, Saturday, Sunday. USE SLOAN’S TO WARD OFF PAM L:ITTLEwardedSloan’s. aches grow Into big pains Unless offhyan applica- . tion of Rheumatism, neuralgia, stiff joints, lame back won’t fight long against Sloan’s Liniment. ft For more than forty years Sloan’s Liniment has helped thousands, the ■world over. You won’t be anexcep- .tiqn. It certainly does produce results.' . It penetrates withoutrubbing, Keep this old family friend ahqays handy fojr Instant use. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. S lo a ^ ’ L in im e n t (Sfsl Hard Work r ' takes twice as long to slean the bam with a wheelbarrow as with an easy-running car- ’ rier. The wheelbarrow w ay la the sloppy way, the hack-break­ ing, le g - tiring, tem per...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

, . . ■■ 7V-.7- \\, J Maplewood Wiilio Zaschow is now employed at Ferdinand Bailer’s , * course, in the flavor- For every day In thoweek. For avory room. For general houeeclsaning. Solid Cake No Waste o » Ji* sU L T A T 1 0 K :\\ TO THE SICK DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist treats all Nervous and Chronic DiaeaBei | of District No .©f-Men, Women andchildr.en, and offers to all that will call on that day, dat« »nd daring the hours given below, con* julta tion and advice FREE OF CHARGE Dr. C. A. Hoag of Chicago. HI, will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday. N ov. 17, office tours 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. 30TH YEAR OF SPECIAt PRACTICt Id the treatment of chronic diseases has merited the confidence Dr. C. A. Hoag •f Chicago main tains. Ah honest opinion and diagnosis always given. 8Ie has to hia credit many wonderful cores in diseases of the Stomach. Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and other rectal diseases—Catarrn which...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

pooh ootnrry advocate, annroBQW m i . w k , No vem ber it , io a i Quit This Hard Work IT takes twice as long to .clean the barn with a wheelbarrow as with an easy-running car­ rier The wheelbarrow way is the sloppy way, the back-break­ ing, leg- tiring, temper - trying •way. It is hard work the old nay. Manure Carriei makes the long job a short job, the hard job an easy task. It takes the backache out of bam cleaning. . Easy to load. Easy to raise to the track. Easy to shove it along. Easy to dump it in the yard. Jamesway carriers ore built to last a lifetime, and to give will­ ing, continuous, satisfactory ser­ vice every day they are in use. Easy to erect. No repairs. No upkeep. Easy Payment Plan . For a short time only, you can buy Jamesway equipment, ‘spreading payment over twelve •months'time. For full informa­ tion, call or telephone. Rudolph WoKgram VALMY.WIS. , • ' « KILL THAT COLD take a hot capful o4 BULGARIAN BLOOD TEA Zm m u » to . Mood circulation, fituV tta «t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

is Nature’s first aid to the body in times of Weakness. :unsurpassedin purity and goodnessi is nourishment in a form that seldom fails. ' - Scott & Bowne.'BIodmfielcl, N .J. \" -A L80 MAKERS (Tablets or Granules) INDIGESTION N C ^ IS 'I^ T IM E T O STOCK UP WITH & We have eitfier STOVE POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Phone 363. Banks JaH i Wortiska Is laid up with « badly ^injured foot. The Willing Workers Club met •frith Mrs. Magnus Johnson on Wed­ nesday last. Mirk. -Ole Viste was suddenly taken sick Saturday. She was tdken to the Peoples hospital. Mr and Mrs. Henry Schmelzle and so'n- Roy visited with relatives at Baileys Harbor, Sunday. Prances and Antoinette Slavik left for Chicago\" Saturday where they will spend the winter. Mr.-and Mrs. Frank Petrina and sons Prank and Joseph, and daugh­ ter Mary motored to Casco Snndajr, where ' they spent the day visiting with relatives. Our Training School students, Mary Patrina, Esther Stenejson, I5th- el Viste and Kenneth Viste,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

VkgeSix DOOR COUNTY ADYOCAtTB, STURGEON RAY,' 'WlBn\" NOV1&IBER 11, 1021 LOCALS Announce Supper—-The Ladies Aid . Circle No. 2 of the M.' E. Church an­ nounce a supper will be served at the church parlors on Thursday, Nov. 17 th. • C Hawaiian Entertainers—In addi- ’. tion to the regular movie program . next Tuesday there will be one hour entertainment given by 6 Hawaiians • Hnmnmge Sale—The rummage sale of the Methodist Ladies Aid will be • \"hall on Saturday and Monday in the i old Methodist church building on • Cottage street. •W. Boreas Society—The Dorcas' So- : i. eiety will meet with Mrs. Herman ' tJllspergcr at the home of Mrs. A. L. Hatch next Tuesday, November 15th. Everybody invited. Food Sale—A committee from the Ladies Aid of the Congregational church will havo a food sale at the ' Lawrence market on Thursday, Nov. 18, beginning at 3:30 p. m. Disarmament Prayer^—A meeting of prayer for world disarmament will be held at the Methodist church at 7:30 this Friday evening...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

DOQK*XUHTY ADVOCATE, BTOBOBON BAY, W P^ NOVEtfBEB 11, 1021 W O H M ........................ I W t m iO O O O t HIM! PERSONAL MENTION SEWS? NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE Y00 KNOW Jam es Jo h n so n re tu rn e d T uesday from Chicago w here he ,h ad been on business. “ Jo h n B ertschinger, E g g H arbor, w as in th e city F rid ay ,of la st weels . on business. - ' M rs. T h eresa W ashburn visited w ith h e r son E lto n in K enosha du r­ in g th e w eek. .'v-'. L . M. W ashburn re tu rn e d Tuesday ! from a business trip to M ilw aukee and M adison. Jo h n P ah l, hard w are dealer of S ister Bay, w as a business v isitor in th e city M onday. , M r. an d M rs A lbert Cepek and fam ily of A lgom a visited Sunday w ith relativ es in th e city Ju d g e Dehos retu rn ed from Green B ay M onday, w here-h e h ad been vis- - itin g fo r a few days. j . H . C opeland of Chicago arrived h ere th e fo re p a rt of th e w eek for a w eek ’s v isit w ith friends. ' M rs. C harles G reisen is visit...

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

' / • _ T 7 ~ ~ ~ * ' ‘ w iMm ? ' . T ' v r : * Telegraph orders have brought much new merchandise for this second week of our Big November Sale-to replenish fast disappearing stocks. Wonderful Sale at Sturgeon Bay V Big Store. Satisfied Customers are advertising us far and wide. If ttended this so at once. If you want Quality Goods at prices as low as are being asked for the inferior kind---thea place to get them. '-.-a •- ■- ^ rT 1?? in 7 M V- .: ’ Three Big Racks of Amazing Bargains in Women’s and Misses’ Garments--such as Dresses, Suits, Skirts, Leather­ ette Coats, Suede Cloth Sport Coats, Furs, Jack Tar Jean Dresses and a hundred other items too numerous to men- AM H A V *i°n’ The Jersey Suits in this lot were not the cheap j J)AY $15.00 kind—but the famous Kenyon Suits worth two and . three times as much as the others. v , r - am are of Velveteen, Tricotine, Poireet Twill and Serge all handsomely , embroidered or otherwise tastefully trimmed. All sizes from 16 to 44. Your...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

o o o b ootnm a d v «m*a t e . s titb o b o s b a t . via, No v e m b e r ii, 1921 This little bit of advice may you regain your Health, ^ Strength and Vitality Thousands of people suffer from nervous­ ness. They are run down and miserable without knowing the reason why. They do not stop to think that much of their trouble may be caused by drinking tea and coffee which contain the drugs, them and caffeine. When you over-stimulate the system for any period of time, the result may be nervousness with its many accompanying ills. You may fail to sleep properly and your sleep does not refresh you as . it should. Postum, made from scientifically roasted cereals, will help you to overcome all these conditions. For it contains only healthful sub­ stances, instead of drugs, as are found in tea and coffee. - Postum helps build sound nerve structure, by letting you get sound, restful sleep. In flavor, Postum is much like high-grade \\coffee. In fact there are many people who pre­ fer Postu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

Here I Am Again! On May 10, 1921» I planted five acres to Hubam, using seven pounds of seed, and after harvesting the crop, I find that I have a peed crop to put on the market valued at $4,200. My, success is so pleasing and the future of the clover so flatter­ ing that I want every orchardist and farmer in Door county to come in on it. - THIS IS MV PROPOSITION: For a two dollar bill, or your check, I will tell you just how I did it and will mail you, postpaid/ sufficient Hubam clover seed to grow 160 pounds of seed next year, with ordinary care and following my instructions. ' ' For special prices on s6ed, write me. . ' Send dll orders to 1 Melvin Hatties V Wis. ♦M -l * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ * ♦ ♦ * * * ♦ # ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ ♦ '♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » »♦++ Buckeye Feed, per t on. . . . . . . . . . . . . $20.00 Bran, per ton. . . . .$18.00 Wheat Middlings, per ton. . . .. . ... . . $20.00 Oilmeal (34% ) per ton . . $42.00 Clinton Glutton F...

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

•tr, - ooom cocm A procA m »nre«o« W . w m , novkmbbb ii, ia si Telegraphic Glance of Events Through Wisconsin. BLAINE’S PLJA FORGHItDREN Governor in Address Tells School: Teachers That Woman and Youth Are Denied Chance They Are Entitled To. Milwaukee, : Nov. 7.—“As we elim­ inate the^ hovel aud the tenement, re­ move \"the. children from the deadly effects of industrial employment, and . protect women who may be forced Into industry by economic pressure, we will In part enhance the possibil­ ity of children of the future to be well' born,” Governor Blaine told members of the Wisconsin Teachers' association at a meeting in the Audi­ torium. ‘‘For the sake of the human race,” he added, “women and children -When forced through ecpnomic pres- sure into industries which warp and distort the body of the child and paralyze its mind, and-which give the mother an unfair chance in the strug­ gle to Jbave her child well bom, must be. hedged about with safeguards that will preserve the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 November 1921

: S '. Page Twelve DOOB OOPNTO ADVOCATE BTPBGEON' BAY, WMn NOVEMBER . ■I..I ii' nr.»iVia,Mr' Baileys Harbor .' Death of Cora Wilktris ' }• Mrs. Cara Collins' Wilkins, 'who tpolc mercury tablets in a Milwaukee hotel October 22V died at a hospital in that city last Friday, Nor, 4, her suffering being Intense. Deceased was born in Baileys Har­ bor, July 16tli, 189-7, being 24 years of age at time of death. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Collins, her mother dieing nineteen years ago. About two years ago she was married to George Wilkins, of Green B a y and went to Fond du Lac to live, where her husband died six months ago. Mrs. Wilkins is survived by one -•sister, Mrs. Bell Fritz, Chicago, and her father” Cornelius Collins, Baii- ' eys Harbor. The funeral was held Saturday, the remains being interred at Fond du Lac alongside of those of her husband. Mrs. Wm. Tischler is on the sick list. : George BOyer of Fish Creek was in town Thursday. Denis Carmody of Sturgeon Bay w...

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 — 18 November 1921

U B 6 B 8 T CTBCTOATlOlf CT K ORTm aASTKRTi WX3COHHCT STUKGKON BAY. W IS., FRHAY, XOVKMBKK 18, 1921, t h e a d v o c a t e n n n c g IT S A O V E ttT ia E ttS GOOD B B S C B V Highway Committee Is Appointed ROADS IS BIG SUBJECT Geo. DeKeyser and Robert Lee New Members On Highway Committee, A. A. Minor and i George Whitford Old Members -'\" The annual session of the county board of supervisors convened Tues­ day. Joseph Hoslett, supervisor from Fourth ward, who has , served In the capacity of chairman of the board during the past seven years, was re-elected chairman, and Jay Rogers, chairman from the town of Liberty Grove, was re-elected vice- chairman. _ The personnel .of the board is the same as a year ago with the excep­ tion of B. D. Thorp, who represents the village of Ephraim in place of O. M. Olson, deceased and Martin Schmitz represents Foreatvilje in place of Charles Plinske. . The chaijr announced h is' com­ mittee appointments Tuesday after­ noon as follows: Equalizati...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 November 1921

/ Pag® Two fNWft COUNTY ADVOCATE. fffPBfiEOS BAY. WTO., NOVEMBER 18 1021 Renews Strength! Where there is need for a build­ ing-up tonic after prostrating illness, SCOH’S EMULSION ■ taken regularly, usually ^spells renewed strength r and vigor. t Scott & Bownti Bloomfield N. J. g, ALSO MAKERS OF---------8 (Tablets or Grannies) i c ^IN D IG ESTIO N [ £ ~ W .-___________ 2Q-13slc Movie Program Sawyer Opera House SUNDAY, NOV. 20 / “SEARIDRR” Also good oomedy. THANKSGIVING day Spedal I’oature “MAN TRACKERS” A Western play. • Also two-reel Comedy. Matinee 3 PM. Evening 7:30. SATURDAY, NOV. 26 “TIGERTRAIL” and Serial. Good Program every Thursday, Saturday, Sunday NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP WITH & We have either ' NUT STOVE POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Phone 363. Sawyer Constipation ’Hollered Bulgarian Blood Tea Assists N ature to flush the kidneys, sweeten the stomach ‘and gently Move the E otson8 from th e owets. T o break up a cold quicklytale it hot at bedtime. Sold by dr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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