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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 November 1921

j noon comr* a d v o c a t b , h t u h o e o n b a y , wm. N o v e m b e r i s , tost vapors The favored treatment now is a salve rubbed on, that gives off penetrating, healing fumes. Try the vaporizing treatment for colds—Vicks VapoRub. At the first sign of a cold, ap­ ply Vicks over throat'and chest. Rub well in. Lay on a flannel cloth. Apply again at night and arrange the bedclothes like a funnel, so that the vapors, released by the body heat, will be freely inhaled. ' . This is the treatment\" favored today by doctors and nurses for colds, bronchitis, tonsilitis, Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors spasmodic croup,' sore throat and, in modified form, for catarrh and asthma. Vicks contains, the old,- time- tested remedies—Camphor, Men­ thol, Eucalyptus, etc.—combined by special process, so that while they penetrate and stimulate the skin, the ingredients are also released as vapors by the body heat and are breathed right into the lungs. V17 C M S V a f »© R u b . Over Mi...

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 — 18 November 1921

* POOR WISn y O V E M B E R lS ^ t ’ v Y RELIEVED by an ap- folks all over the Sloan's to be the of pains and aches. 1 penetrates without nibbing _bu can just tell by its ___ Stimulating odor that it is going to r handy for neuralgia back, stiff joints, sor strains and sprains. •35c, 70c, $1.40. 5 Dr.Hdbson’s ^ Eczema Ointment J Z Gives a brilliant elossy shine that does not rub oil or dust off—that anneals to the iron—Uiat lasts tour times as Ions as any other. Black Silk Stove Polish is in a class by Itself. It'S more carr/u/Zymadeandmadc irom better materials. Try it on yonr parlor Btove.yourcookatovo c r your gas ranpe. I f you don't find it the best polish you ever u se d , your hardw are o r {jrccery dealer fa authorized tore- f i n d y o u r tnoney. Thcra’a “A Shlno In Every Drop j SLOW r DEA TH Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi­ culty in urinating, often mean werious disorders. The world’s standard remedy for kidney, liver, ■bladder and uric add troubles1— GOLD MEDAL tnrin...

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 — 18 November 1921

JPOOB C O PSW ADVOCATE, STEHCHON BAY, WI&, NOVEMBER 18, 1921 seJS s* AftECnONSOFANyWTHETI retunvmominsttAreccAuseonr - v ““IRV C3 tMPMGCO KTTMC OTNff V r ASUflUJXATtD VJERTCORA I ' ' Chiropractic.. : (SPINAt) J.C. Knudson,D.C. CHIROPRACTOR :: P. S. C. Graduate I». M. Washbiiri* Building - STURGEON BAY, \\YIS. —-HOTJRS— ■ Every Tuesday, Thursday, Satur- ! day, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. WHAT IS CHIROPKACTIC? _ It is a scientific method of adjusting the cause of dis-eaSe without the', use of drugs orinstrum ents an d isb aaed on a correct knowl­ edge of anatomy. The Chiropractic Idea is, that the cause of dis- •ease is in the person afflicted, and the adjustment corrects the con­ dition that produce it. The function of every organ in the body is controlled. by mental impulses, which are transmited over nerves. Any Impingement of the nerves interfering with the transmission of mental impulse results in abnormal function, called dls-ease. ThiB interference is produced! by sub...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 November 1921

LOCALS DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON PAT, WIB^ NOVEMBER 18, 1021 Library Hours—The public library ■Will close' every evening at S o’clock ■with the exception of Saturday, until further notice. Will Address Co. Board—Mr. Rol- toan of the Highway Engineers’ of­ fice at Green Bay, will address the inembers o fthe county board next Monday. Entertainment At Gym—On Wed­ nesday, Nov. 23, the four upper grades of the local public school, will give an entertainment in the school gymnasium. Lizzie Uhl Dead—Miss Lizzie Uhl died at .her home in Nasewaupeo on Wednesday and the funeral will be held from the home at 1:30 Satur­ day afternoon. Snpper aiid Bazaar—The Moravian Ladies Aid will hold their annual aupperi and bazaar at their church parlors Nov. 30tli. All members are requested to make an apron or some . other article. • . Rebekali Bazaar—The Rebekah lodge is arranging for a bazaar to be held at the Odd Fellows hall on Wednesday, December 14. Watch for further particulars next wee...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 November 1921

rugegevw r 9 r t - LEAGUE! OP WOMEN VOTERS' j PERSONAL-MENTION ' HZWBY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU M rs. E : W . Hide w ent to Shaw ano M onday to visit relatives a few days. M rs. Thos. Tosoland sp en t th e p a st w eek a t Oshkosh w ith rela tiv e s. M r. and M rs. -John G rasse of Sis­ te r B ay tran sacted business in the city T uesday. M iss E th el K alm bach is visiting h e r sister, M rs. W . Chase, in M adi­ son, th is w eek. - . A ugust V etter of B russels was am ong those froin B russels who w ere in th e city Tuesday. L . D. Sm ith, who had been on a business trip to W ashington, D. C., re tu rn e d hom e M onday. M rs. C hris Olson and c h ild re n and M rs. [Richard . Staever o f E phraim w ere city visitors W ednesday. .. M rs, Jo h n F . K uehl of K ew aunee visited th e p ast w eek 'a t th e hom e of M r. and M rs. F red K uehl. . M r. and M rs. A. T. H a rris spent th e w eekend _ w ith ■ thejfr d au g h ter D orothy, who is teaching in A pple­ to n ' . - W ...

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 — 18 November 1921

. . . / • . *■ : „'.. •• _• ... ^ * NOVEMBER liuntozotn 19th to 26th response so fying and we are even more mterest- is only for Saturday. Come on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday as well. Wonderful values await you: W vC IV i •cv: in Women’s Misses’ snd Junior s v:Q£ :~/sr45?. & Plushes, in the season’s newest styles, have nice warm fur collars and all are splen­ didly made. There are coats in this lot that were as much as $75.00. Special price for this last week of our sale— Splendid Warm Coats Women’s, Misses and Junior sizes — the sea­ son’s newest styles and materials , in all the wanted colors. The rapid selling last week on this priced garment, forced us to add 25 or more new numbers to this lot. Many were for­ merly $35.00. Extra special while they last-- $15.00 Some of our finest and best Silk and Wool Presses —- tailored and fancy models street and afternoon styles. Sizes are from 16 to 46 and colors are black, navy, brown, gray and taupe. Many in ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 November 1921

. DOOR OOUWTt ADVOCATE, SAORQBpN BAY, ■ W IR* NOVEMBER 1 8 , 1021 P a c e N is i eg Real Food!\" Looking back, now, to those vacation days, there’s a lively: kindling of joy—even in the memory of appetite at camp-fire meals. Real food—and real hungerl .That’s the year-around relationship between appetite mid Grape-Nuts—that crisp and whole­ some gjft from the great out-of-doors—the per­ fected goodness of Nature’s best food grains. There’s a flavor and charm to Grape-Nuts that appeal to the appetite like the tang of the summer camp, and there’s a scientific balance of nutrition and a readiness of digestion that make Grape-Nuts a wonderful aid to health and vigor. Real.food!” is the verdict of.enthusiastic thousands who find a daily delight in the unique sweetness and crispness of Grape-Nuts, and who carry on” splendidly with its body-building nourishment. - ' Let the zest of appetite be a companion of your indoor, meals, too. Grape-Nuts is sold and served wherever good food is s...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 November 1921

/ ' / .ra p e Ten POOR OOPNTT ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. W IS.. - • ' ‘ . ITiiESTlNS ASSESSMENT FIGURES H. A. D vorak,-A ssessor'of Incomes, h as presented to the county board a t its present session one of th e m ost com prehensive reports on taxation th a t has ever been placed before it, Mr. D vorak is m ost em phatic in his statem en t th a t the only way to secure the tru e value o t th e real estate of each- district' is to base it on the real estate sales m ade during a five-year period. No sales m ade under abnorm al conditions o r no sales represent­ ing fictitious considerations are used. REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PRO PERTY VALUES ■The to tal aggregate assessm ent value of all real estate in the county is 520,052,609 and the aggregate tru e value p la c es'it at 521,585,412. .The aggregate assessm ent value, of all personal property is placed a t $3,775,- •282 thd true value being $4,237,920. This gives th e county a to tal re a l an d personal property assessed valuation o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 November 1921

POOR O tH IkTx ADVOCATE, .^JCUjBOEOS BAY. W I&, XOVEMBKR 18, 1031 ■' PagoEleir** Would Junk Sixty-Six Ships and Stop Building Until * 1931. MEANS IMMEDIATE EGONOMT United States to Equal Britain in, New. Craft, Japan to Bank Third— $260,000,000 Saved Public at Once. , Washington, Nov. 13 —A radical re­ daction and strict limitation of naval armament by the chief naval powers was proposed by the United States “right off the bat\" at the opening of the International conference here. Actually before the delegates were aware of what was’ happening Secre­ tary Hughes, true to his promise, had laid the cards of Uncle Sam’s hand face up on the table. ' i The effect of the unexpected move Whs heightened by the spontaneous Indorsement of the executive proposals on the spot by the legislative branch of the American government, The senators,. who occupied one balcony, and the representatives, who were In another, simultaneously arose as Mr. Hughes concluded presentation of the reductio...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 November 1921

Png© TtveJvo DOOR OOIHOT ^ V O O A IB , STOROEON BAY. WI8., IfbVKMBElt 18, 1021 The Doings of Hoosierdom a s Reported by Wire. \"DRUGGISTS READY WITH BE=R Ten Milwaukee Stores Qualified to Fill Prescriptions— Federal ProhibL tion' Director for W isconsin r' Puts O. K. on Firms. ' ■’ '■' Milwaukee, Nov. 14.—Ten Milwaukee flrng stores qualified to start selling medicinal beer to bearers of pliysl- v- clans’ prescriptions. Fifteen others ' will probably satisfy the requirements soon, according to prohibition officials. The ten druggists who will be able to , make the first beer sales are those who -Inserted in their applications for per­ mits to sell whisky the clause pro- . ' viding that they also be permitted to . handle “other liquors.” James A. Stone, federal prohibition director for Wisconsin, completed the Investigation of the store rooms of the qualified druggists to make sure.(he beer would _ be kept where there would be little danger of Its being stolen. The brew- . lng....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

VOLUME fszssssr* ,wy». : : uB orn pmoturaoir__ nr n o r t h e a s t e r s -w iscossnr CTPBfiKQN BAY W1S., FRllAV, NOVEMBER 25. 1921. m o rSSS^JlYfiOAT]E! BHWTCgRESUl/rS ITS ADVERTISEU8 GOOD Road Matters , Still Unsettled SHERIFF IS CENSUBED County Superintendent of Schools Makes 1 Interesting Report County Fair Had Deficit .V / Adjourns Until Monday •*ip' ' Members~of the county board are In their) second week’s work of the annual session and adjournment was taken Wednesday until Monday of next week. Many important matters are yet to come before the board, the most ■ important of which is action on the highvnay committee's report. The committee in its report recommends carrying out of the projects on state trurik line 17 in the north and south ©nd of the county as recommended ■ by the state highway committee, and the appropriation of $54,000 for road - work, which includes $10,000 tor highway repairs. It is probable, howeyer, when the report is acted upon by the members of the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

Page Two S A POLIO lor I . - - ' '■m»- ■ ■ ■’ ■ '• - '■ : ■' *- '• - * ' - - ^ftroBOEON BAY. M flS., NOVEMBER 25. 1921. DOOR COUNTY 3= N ew s. BOB Doan of M ilw aukee arriv ed Sat- m orning to atte n d th e fu neral. NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP W ITH Coal & Wood We have either STOVE POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Phone 363. Sawyer O ld Resident Dies i Mrs. H ans O ld R esident of Tow n o f _ 71, D ied I B anks D ied M onday A t O ld H om estead Nov. 10 Mrs. H ans K nutson, of th e tow n of M iss C atharine E lizabeth U hl, an Clay Banks, died a t th e P. & S. hos- old resident of N asew aupee passed p ital on Monday, Nov. 21st, a fte r a aw ay a t h e r hom e W ednesday ev en -j sh o rt b u t ’severe illness .due to .ra p ­ ing, N ovm ber 16th. She had contracted a severe cold Deceased w as 63 years of age a t which developel into pneum onia, be- death, and was born in C openhagen, ing sick only a few days w hen d eath D enm ark, A pril 18, 1858. She cam e cla...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

,r v P -•' i ‘.a ‘ J i. -* ( . ^ f v ’* ?* *-* ‘ V ' ^4 v ^ |St **? '“ - t , Ll i iX ':jj .■Sg : Ix* . _ t in EDISON Tone-Test • ’' “ f I v ’. i S l U M 1 1 \" ‘/ ’ . i * I , , . ,” ,.j. . '^.- f . , : '-i l j ' ' •-’ In a test of direct comparison, made Thursday, ' ' K 'before a. large audience, the New Edison.scored a t \\ ’ ^complete and convincing triumph. Glen Ellison, the famous baritone, sang'in dir .. rect comparison with the RE-CREATION of his v * voice by the New Edison. To every ear, there was 5i k. no difference between his living voice and his RE- voice. I V f I T f I This is the most drastic phonographtestknown. No other phonograph has ever sustained it. - . The New Edison’s marvelous performance of Thursday vindicates everything that has bear smd. or ^singing. The New Edjison, at his side,, took up his song — and continued it alone. ’ * T 1 '/ f Singer and phonograph thus alternated, thru- out the song. - „ The only way the audience could be sure which .was singing,...

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 — 25 November 1921

A new way to treat' croup Spasmodic croup relieved or warded off by rubbing on a vaporizing salve. The old method of treating spasmodic croup with nauseat­ ing drugs is out of date. So is the vapor-lamp scheme that re­ quired the bedroom windows to be kept closed. Now mother rubs the little one’s chest and * throat with Vicks, arranges the bedding so that the arising vapors will be inhaled all night long, opens the windows to let in the blessed fresh air, and re­ tires—confident of a good sleep. Ju st rub it on and breathe in the vapors Vicks has come to be the al­ most universal treatment for children’s cold troubles, be­ cause it does away with .dosing. Vicks contains the old, time- tested remedies—Camphor, Men­ thol, Eucalyptus, etc.—combined by special process, so that while they penetrate and stimulate the skin, the. ingredients are also released as vapors by the body heat and are breathed right into the lungs. V I C K S ▼ V a p o R u a Over 17 Million Jan Used Yearly v...

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 — 25 November 1921

DOOR COUNT*. ADVOCATE, STBRGEQN BAY, WIS., NOVEMBEB 25, 1021. Maplewood Marik Schlise is now busy stucco­ ing the new parsonage. \" . • Ferdinand Babler made a business trip to Rio Creek last Sunday. : The Westbrook station is now connected to the High Falls line. John Schmelzler made a business trip to Casco, Tuesday by train. Miss Irene Plinske was a businpsa caller at Algoma between trains on Friday. , • Miss Ida Fischer made a business trip to Algoma Wedneday o£ last week. The Westbrook Oil company re­ ceived .a carload of gasoline last week. Mrs. Larkins of Rapid River, Mich is visiting here with friends and rel­ atives. ' Joe Schumgker had a , furnace in­ stalled in his residence last week, G. ? ** MX X X-XXX X XX It X X X■*»■* XXXXXX XXX* X* Brey doing the work. Tbe’machine here shown.is a Hubam Huller and scarifier, a machine T,ie hunters who left ed here last week.’ here for invented at the Iowa Experiment Station at Ames, Iowa. Mr. Haines, I p°iats aljout two we...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

I ’a g o S ix : IlCWR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS* NOVEMBER 2B, l « t t . LOCALS • Moraviftn Supper— The public is invited to attend the supper next Wednesday night at the Moravian church. - ■ \"* • Business House s Closed—Thurs­ day, being .Thanksgiving Day, legal holiday, practically all the business houses in the city were closed. • Shipping Fowls—J. Engel shipped a large quantity of turkeys, ducks and geese to Milwaukee first o f1 the \"week, Which he had purchased in the oounty ■Buying Crciun— Beatrice Cream­ ery Co. has opened a station in this city for the purpose of buying cream Henry Hall, of the Pauly & Pauly Co. is in clfarge. ..Annual Churcli Supper—-The ladies of the Congregational church will give their annual supper in the church parlors on Thursday, pec. 8th. A cordial invitation, is extend­ ed to all. - . .Killed Red Fox—Elmer Jahns and Ed Tipler each killed a red fox near Monument Point during the week. Between securing the bounty and selling the...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

■ pooB com m advocate, sturgeon bay, wrat, November as, 1021. Fag© Seven ***** ****** P E R S O N AL M E N T I O N NOTES 00HCESN1N0 PEOPLE 7 0 0 KNOW ? /.// ’N. C.’ Garland was a business call­ er at Green Bay the fore part of the week. Walter Oertling, employed at Man- v itowoc, spent ^Thanksgiving with his family. £ :■ ■ kjiss Emerance Gleaner is Visiting friends and relatives at Milwaukee and Madison, : /-/./■ Wm. Arle returned Tuesday from Chicago where he had heed consult­ ing a specialist. M. B. Goff has been at Madison and - other Wisconsin cities during the week on ibusiness. i Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cornifeh, have gone to Jefferson to visit relatives for. several months., ■ Mr, and Mrs.Lester Leidl of Kewau nee spent Thanksgiving' with rela­ tives and friends in the city The Misses Genevieve Washburn, . Irne Thorpe and Dorothy Harris are : home from Appletonf for Thanksgiv­ ing. , • ~f Misses Catherine Reinhart and Josephine Shillin of Algoma spent the w eek end...

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 November 1921

Page Eight DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 25, 1021. George ■ J. Delorm of Howard was - elected Brown county treasurer by the county board to succeed Z. J. . Vandeveld, who. resigned to accept a ‘ place on tbe city commission. There were ten candidates and Delorm won on the fifth ballot. John Wrobowsky, Antlgo, aged' 12 : years, is dead following the amputa­ tion of a leg, made necessary by a gunshot wound received in a hunting ficcidcnt, As one boy in the party , was taking a loaded gun from another It was discharged, the shot penetrat ing Wrobowsky’s hip. ( Charles E. McCumber, vice presl -dent of the Rosendale State bank and a member of the Rosendale village board, died suddenly at the I. O. O. F. hall -at Rosendale. Willis J. Gillett, . president of the bank, died five dayd ^before. Mr. McCumber dropped dead 'While chatting with a friend. . T yWhUe seated on a fence, watching J$e annual fdBtball • contest, between the Marinette and Menominee hlgbi schools, ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

'■ ' ' v . r DOOR COVSTX ADVOCATE, STPROBO.V BAY, W ig,, XOVEMBBR25, 1921. Pnuo Nlii )yhy- ^^y The ‘Block Signals Axe .Working— Every moment of the Ijusiness and social day the block signals are giving right of way to keenness and alertness* —while the slow and the heavy must wait on the sidetrack for their chance to move forward. The ability to “go through” nnrl to “get there” depends much on the poise of body, brain and nerves that comes with correct diet and proper nourishment. Nuts for breakfast and lunch. SeJed w ith cream or milk it is completely nourishing, partly pre-digested, and it supplies the vital mineral salts so. necessary to full nutrition. Grape-Nuts has a rich, delightful flavor, is ready to serve on the instant\" —and is distinctly the food for mental\" ‘ alertness and speed. At \"Tkere’s a Reason** for Grape-Nuts -rr State Convention To Start Nov. 29 HELD AT EAU CLAIRE Promises To Be One of Most In­ teresting Conventions In His­ tory of Organization—Fight ' T...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 25 November 1921

AH Clogged Up? DON'T let it get a start, Dr. King’s New Discovery will get right down to work, relieving the tight feeling in the chest, quieting the racking cough, jjently stimulating the bowels, thus eliminating the cold poisons. Always reliable. Just good medicine tnade to ease colds and coughs. For fifty years a standard remedy. AH the family can take h with helpful results. Eases the children’s croup. No harmful drugs. _ Convincing, heal­ ing taste that the kiddies like/ At all druggists, 60c. \\ D k K in g ’s New Discovery Feel Badly? Bowels Sluggish? Haven’t any “pep” in work or play. Youarc constipated! The stimulating action of Dr. King’s Pills brings back old time energy. All druggists, 25c. P R O M P T ! W O N ’T G R IP E K in g 's P ills ***A SHINE IN EVERY DROP” Black SQkStovo Polish i Is different. It docs n o t I dry oat can bo osed to the I Black Silk Stove Polish fc not crfy most eccnomied, bat It (tires o brilll- •p t. su& lasfre that cannot bo obtained with a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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