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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

if K 7 « r ^ m ■ ^ , 7 POOBjOOUNTY ADVOCATE, BTCTMMSOX flAY, WIS.. DKCEMBERS3, fO gt. USE SLOAN’S TO WARD OFF PAIN L.ITTLEwardedgrowby aches into big pains unless off an applica- tion of Sloan’s. Rheumatism* neuralgia, stiff joints, lame back won’t fight long against Sloan’s Liniment. For more than forty years Sloan’s Liniment hqs helped thousands, the world over. You won’t be an excep­ tion. this old family friend for instant use. Ask your neighbor. A t all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. a t Forestville Louis B aum an was a A lgom a'S unday. ‘ W illiam G om all w as a caller F orestville, Thursday.* E d. R obillard is busy hauling logs to G ardner th is week. A lfred Jom e m ade a business trip to S turgeon Bay last F riday. Miss E unice H enry w as a v isito r a t Sturgeon Bay, Saturday. Mr. and M rs. Jo e K ipping business callers a t A lgom a Monday, Jak e K ostichka w as a business caller a t F orestv ille T uesday of'IaB t question of a contest. B la c k S ilk v Stove Polish V...

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 — 23 December 1921

I’age Foot DOOR COUNTS' ADVOCATE, STURGEON B A Y, W IS., DECEMBER 23 1021. Is That Cold and Cough Hanging On? Yw OU will be convinced th at Dr. King's New Discovery docs just hat it is meant to do—soothes cougli- • law ' throats, congestion-tormented chests, loosens the phlegm pack and breaks the obstinate cold and grippe attack, relieves the congestion in the head. No harmful drugs, therefore : good for children as well as grownups. Right away you will notice the change for the better. Has a con­ vincing, healing taste that you will appreciate. Buy a bottle at any drug­ gists on the way home to-night, 60c. New Discovery for Colds and Coughs Lazy People, Lazy Bowels. Don’t neglect constipation. It undermines the health, takes _ all vim out of ■you. Dr. King's Pills will invigorate the system, stir up the liver, move the bowels. All druggists, 25c. P R O M P T ! W O N ’T G R IP E Dr. King's Pills *********************** * * That ii Home-Baked i: \\ ■ Flavmr We Used to think it ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. W I8., D E C E pE R 23, 1021. Page Five (Continued from Page Prayer By Congregational Church The Christmas program at the Congregational church w ill he given Friday evening, Dec. 23, beginning a t 7:30. This program is a Christ­ m as pageant entitled “Bethlehem ,” consisting of a number of Christmas anthem s, solos, processional, and dia­ logues. There w ill be special scen­ ery representing oriental life at Bethlehem . 'The pageant w ill be given by ten m ale voices with over tw enty children and young people, assisted by the fu ll church choir. Those w ho w ill participate are as follows: Introductory Reading-—Tire Town of Bethlehem — Mrs. M. B. Golf. Bethlehem Girls —• Minnie Ferris Delia Weigand Marian Hart, Mar­ tha Proctor,. Mabel Pfeifer, Mar- dula Reichard, Beatrice Gotham, Jeanette Jennerjahn, Edna Bir­ mingham. Bethlehem Boys— Homer Meverden, Almon Ives, Henry W eigand, Chas. Suthers, Murray Bingham, Ray­ mond Weber, Malcom Jeske,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

Page 81* LOCALS DOOB 000m ADVOOAm STURGEON BAY* WIS* DECEMBER'23, 1021* Death of Infants— The infant child o f Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kim her,. Ev­ ergreen, died Wednesday. Stores Closed Monday—We. are re­ quested. to announce th at all the stores •will be closed Monday, De­ cember 26. Pie Social—Ladies of the Macca­ bees have planned a pie social at the X . P. hall, Thursday evening, Dec. 29th. Everybody welcome. Married At Washington—Friends of Miss Amelia Thompson and Aug. Nelson, former’residents of this city, report that the couple were married a t Washington, D. C., home of Miss jrhompson,4about a month ago. Zero W eather—Mercury touched sero for the first time this winter on Wednesday. It started to go down Tuesday night and Wednesday morn­ ing there was a strong northwest ■wind with ipercury at zero, making & real winter morning. • Denies Rumor—Officers of the Sturgeon Bay F ru it Company which recently purchased the Nebel prop­ erty on North Cedar street, state th ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

POOB flOIIMH ADVOCATE, STPRflBOS BAT, WM* DECEMBER 28, 19ZI. Page Seven BIW8Y NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW Howard Greisen, Milwaukee, is home for the holidays. , Henry Starr went to Green Bay Tuesday where he will remain in- lndefinately. Attorney John Colignon wa& here from Green Bay between trains on Wednesday. j ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Knudson of Cana Island were in the city on basi-: ness Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Teweles went j to Milwaukee today to visit relatives during the holidays. Iterday Mr. and Mrs. Wenzel Heck spent! Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Luthar' Jordan of Sevastopol. j John Beyer, who has been, on tile1 sick list for a long time, is able to be out and. around again. Mrs. T. A. Sanderson left. Thurs­ day for Madison, where she will spend the holidays with her parents. Miss Ellen Devine, teacher at Oak Park, 111., arrived here last evening to spend the holidays with relatives Mrs. P. J. Barta returned home from Milwaukee Monday, where she has been visiting...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

Page Eight DOOR OOTOiTK ADVOCMn?i KTBRGEON BAX, WI9„ Jl Christmas iDream r'' V'.'.': LUELLA ■$£ KERSTEN HE spacious farm house living room was unllghted and quiet The outlines of several large arm­ chairs were visi­ ble here and there about the room and made It look tempt­ ingly restful. The table which stood between th e tw o Window? was not untidy but held several opened books and many letters strewn about a letter file. One of the large armchairs stood In front of the massive coal stove in which the-blue flames danced like lit­ tle elves upon the red coals, defying heartily the howling wind outside. Some one seemed to have been pres­ ent recently. The chair held a .bath robe, the cord of which dangled care­ lessly on the floor, and the tassel of which rested upon an open letter be­ low i t Some one bad been reading old letters and that person was cozily nestled In the bath robe. His tousled head of grey rested on the back of the chair. He was sleeping and cer­ tainly w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

M S u R COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS., DECEMBER 23, 1021. WITH £U LL APPRECIATION * • ' -'V- V ' of the many courtesies shown during the past year w e extend our best \" r:\\ ’/V : wishes for a MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A H APPY NEW YEAR - v - - . - Ress Arnold AUTp RADIATOR & TIRE SERVICE STATION Tel. 40-W and 40-R. . STURGEON BAY & SAWFER G O O DRO ADS SHOW IN CHICAGO Many Subjects of Importnaco To Be Discussed and 40,000 Square Feet Token For Exhibit • I-W W W 4 W 4 W W W M Will There! Be a • or a ft i i In your home this Christinas • • W e have a good stock on hand and can make immediate delivery if you want it. NEW RECORDS W e also have a large, stock of the Latest Rec­ ords for all Phonographs. Come in and make your selection N O W . Our new stock fo Pianos has arrived and \\ye w ill be pleased to demonstrate them to you. : SHEET MUSIC — A ll the LATEST HITS. ! j John Feuerstein The Old Reliable Music Store STURGEON BAY, WIS. . , ' ■ •v V ... . 4 , 1 ' ■ ■ }.....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

Pago Ten DOOR OOUNTT ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAT, WIS., DECEMBER 23, 1021. i FITZG1BBON-S GROCERY r • ■ Fancy and Staple G R O C E R I E S STURGEON BAY i LAUNDRY H. F. HOPP & SONS ‘‘Quality Meats” J. ^V. SIMQN J. A MAY Real Estate & Loans FAX & FAX Merchant Tailors ' / MAX PFEIL H O T E L U N I O N : O. J. HOFFMAN GROCERIES :: MRS. O. LINDQUIST URBAN & OLSON :: All work guaranteed. ‘ GROCERIES £► Phone 466 T f f T f X J X T T I J t J T i ■ % R. If. KENNEDY :: P h o.,t o S t u d i o KRATERFIELD &HECK Shoe Repairing “While-you-wait” \\ I Wish You ■j | ‘‘A Merry Christmas” and thank you for the STARR GROCERY : liberal patronage given i Yours for Service i i me the Past year- i JNO. M. PERRY Real Estate and Loans THANKING YOU for your last year’s business and wiShing you a Merry Xmas and a Happy New .Year. J. C. DANA COMPANY :: j ' ! . ■. || % / A UR SUCCESS p f t h e p a s t i s * j|, & \\_yJ largely due to the kind co-opera- A tion of our friends. Our app...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

DOOR OOUNTT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAÂ¥, VIS., D E m fflG R SS, 1921. Tage uneven WE EXTEND TO ALL SEASON’S GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES - FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W W W W W «» M W W f | W I 4 W W W * W »W W |» H » W W W » W W W W W W « AT YOUR SERVICE WHEN THE RADIATOR ON YOUR AUTO OR TRACTOR LEAKS - OVERHEATS ^ Or Is Damaged In Collision ** ' Think of SCHOELLER, The Radiator Man Wo are Experts in this line, and can Absolutely Repair or Re- - build any make. None too large—none too small. We install the Famous Ideal Honeycomb Core. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 8 South Cedar St. P L U M B I N G '(Near City Hall) Phone 200 Sturgeon Bay, Wis. « Wishing all our friends and customers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Wishing You All A Merry Christmas When the Yuletide Joys and blessings come to, and are appreciated by our many patrons' In Sturgeon Bay and vicinity, we will have keen satisfac­ tion in knowing that our Coals and . our prompt serVlce have contributed - to this happiness. We will c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 December 1921

PagoTOrelvo d o o b c o u n t y a d v o o a t e , b t v h q e o n b a it, m , D e c e m b e r 23,1021.: T R E E fE L tE D B Y SON KILLS Youth Carries Body Thi*huQ!i [ - Deep Snow in. Search of ’ i Assistance. • : ' I . ___ ■ • „. f Kremmllng, Colo.—Mrs. H. R. Held- nfan, forty-five, wife of Col. IL R. Heldman, auctioneer ’ and ranchman, was instantly killed when a tree being tu t down by her son, John Heldman, Sell on her, breaking her neck. • Mrs. Heldman and her son were Alone at the Gorge ranctf, ten miles Avest of here. After being struck the jponng man got his mother from under J Carried Her Through Two Poet of • ' v Snow to His Cabin. % th e tree and carded her through two ieet of snow over a mountain trail half mile to his cabin. His father was, .summoned and they called Dr. .W. S. Fleming of Kremmllng. ? . . Coronet F. .13. Barnard was sum­ moned from Hot Sulphur Springs and ’took charge of the body. He an­ nounced death was Instantaneous, the tree having struck the ttom...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 December 1921

' ~ :t k v o l u m e 60 ■'\" *'!■'’ \"'r': •historical Rooms r 1BER MADISON WIS 11 1 STURGEON BAY, WIS], FRIDA Y, DECEMREIl 30 1921. SUDDEN DEATH OF A . P. JOHNSON YEAR’S WORK ON STATE ROADS S o m e Q o o d Instructions TIME TO MAKE RETURNS Single -Persons With Net Income of $1,000 or Over, and Married Persons With Net Income of or More Must r With the approach of the period for filing income tax returns, Janu­ a r y '1 to March\\15, 1922, taxpayers are advised to lose no’’time in the compilation of their accounts for the year 1921. A new and important provision of the revenue act of 1921 is that every person whose gross in­ come for the year 1921 was $5,000 or over shall file a return, regardless of the amount of (net income upon which'the tax, is assessed. Returns are required of every single person whose net income was $1,000 or oyer and every married person living with husband or wife whose net Income was $2,000 or over. Widows and widowers and persons separated of divorce...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 December 1921

h i e f i r o DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE,, STURGEON BAY,' WIS., DECEMDER 80, 1021. fi, ■ - i :W: . At this , Holiday Season .we express to all our 1 appreciation of past favors and wish you a Happy and Prosperous New Tear. ■ ANDREW SLOAN SAWYER New Year’* Greeting f r om Woerfel’s Drug Store Sawyer, Wis. 4 DEAD Life is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take GOLD MEDAL ta a E » « B i Tho national rem edy of H olland for over 200 years it is an enem y of all pains re­ sulting from kidney, liver and nric acid troubles. All druggists, three sizes. I aoS. for the name Gold Modal on every box mid accept no ir^ifotlon CO N SU LTA TIO N DR. HOAG, the Chicago Specialist treats all Nervous and Chronic Disease* of Men, Women and children, and ofieri ■ to all that will call on th at day, data ■ and during the hours given below, con- •ujtation andadvice FREE OF CHARGE Sawyer News. waa ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 December 1921

POOS COUNTT ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS., DECEMBER 80,1021* Treat Catarrh new way Headcolds, too, yield to the double action of Vicks VapoRub Apply Vicks up the nostrils. Snuff it well back. Also melt some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup and inhale the vapors. At night repeat and rubon neck. Vapors will be inhaled all night. Sufferers from chronic catarrh will get welcome relief and better sleep thru this treatment, and persistency will be well , re­ warded. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors Head colds are checked or completely warded off if thus treated at the? onset. Vicks combines in salve form the old, time-tested remedies— Camphor, Menthol, Eucalyptus, Thyme and Oil of Turpentine. It is the most universal treat­ ment today for all cold troubles as^weU as cuts, bruises and itch­ ing skin troubles. VJCKS W V A:Po R ub Over 17 M illion'Jan Used Yearly : WITH FULL APPRECIATION | • of die many courtesies shown during I the past year we extend our best j.. . wishes for a HAPPY...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 December 1921

LOCALS ■Will Close a t &— Commencing M onday, Jan u a ry 2nd, the, city dru g stores -will close evenings a t 8 o’clock. T aking Inventory— Business hous­ es in th e city have been busy during th e w eek tak in g inventory, m ost' of th e w ork now being com pleted. S tartin g of School— The public school will s ta rt W ednesday of next tweek, b u t th e parochial school w ill Hot s ta rt th e new term u n til Mon­ day, Jan u ary 9 th. M issionary Society M eeting— The C ongregational W om an’s M issionary Society will m eet Tuesday afternoon, Jan u a ry 3, w ith Mrs. D. E. B ingham a t M rs. H atch’s hom e. J o in t In stallatio n — T he M asonic a n d E astern S tar lodges held open Installation on Tuesday evening fol­ low ing a six o’clock supper. There Were about eighty present. M unicipal Ice JUnk— The public square has been p artly flooded, m ak­ ing a place for th e young folks to sk ate and enjoy them selves, w ith no d anger th a t is Incurred on the bay. M arriag...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 December 1921

3WBdfeaiiBa^v^ loai. FageFfv* »IU III IMWHIHWHIII * + * i I.......... .. j PERSONAL MENTION :: VEWftY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOXf' B^NOW I » » » » • » » » M I H « t W W . Ole C hristianson m ade a business trip to A lgoina and K ew aunee th is w eek. M iss M inerva je sk e , em ployed - in M ilw aukee, arriv ed hom e la tte r p a rt o f la st w eek to spend th e holidays w ith h e r paren ts, M r. and M rs. Louis Jeske. 4 : F ra n k Jen n erjo h n , em ployed a t th e Geo. M ickle factory in Spring­ field, 111., arriv ed hom e S atu rd ay to spend C hristm as w ith h is fam ily in th is city. . M iss R egina M ay M cDonald, a t­ ten d in g St. Joseph Acam edy • at G reen Bay, cam e hom e to Spend C hristm as w ith h e r m other, M rs. G. I. M cDonald. D an B arney, form erly of th is city, now em ployed in M ilwaukee,- arrived h ero S aturday . evening to spend C hristm as w ith th e fam ily of H . G. B irm ingham . MrB. C. C. D ana, who is teaching a t W ausau, was- th ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 December 1921

POOR OOtiNTg ADVdOATE, STURGEON BAY, WIB., DECEMBER 80, 1001. Kiddies’Colds Can R e Eased Quickly D r. Iving’s New Discovery will dp that very thing, easily and quickly. Don’t say, “ Poor little.kiddie, I wish I knew what to do for you!’’ When the cough first comes, give a little Dr. King's New Discovery as directed, and it will soon be eased. I t’s a good family cough and cold Temedy. too. Loosens up the phlegm, clears up the cough, relieves the con­ gestion. No harmful drugs. For fifty years a standard remedy for colds, coughs, grippe. At your druggists,' 60c. a bottle. D r . K i n g ’s New Discovery For C olds a n d Cough s Constipated? Here’sRelief! Cleanse tlie system, with Dr. King's ! Pills, They prompt free bile flow, stir up ■ the lazy liver and get at the root of the trouble. All druggists, 25c. T V PROM PT! W O N 'T G RIPE Dr. K in g ’s P ills That :: Home-Baked Flavor We used to think it was impossible to catch that elus­ ive flavor that characterizes home baking — b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 December 1921

DOOR COUNTS’ ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAIT, WIS., DECEMBER 30,1021. (DEPARTMENT O P AGRICULTURE BENDERS REAL SERVICE TO ••••’ - , TH E ^TATE ' — Pago Sere* By E. C. Severson In 1915 the legislature created the D epartm ent of Agriculture. At th at tiine the various state agricultural agencies were separate, and coordin­ ation of the work was very difficult. Professor C. P. Norgord of the Col­ lege of Agriculture was appointed Commissioner and-the success of the departm ent is largely due to this ef­ fort. . 'V E radication of Bovine Tuberculosis , One of\" the greatest problems that confronts the departm ent is the eradication of bovine tuberculosis. ■Wisconsin was the pioneer state -in this work, and now leads in the num­ ber of accredited herds and tubercul­ a r free areas. During the past year nearly a quarter of , a million cattle , have been tested for tuberculosis. The num ber th at were found to be tu ­ bercular was 9,393, or, 3.9%. ■ Both from a hum an and economic stand...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 December 1921

A~. Pa pe Eight PQOtt COUNT* ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS* DECEMBER 30,1021. SCHOOL BUILDING »ND ■ ' ' OF ITS OLD SCHOOL HOUSES Tho opening of the Sawyer Junior High .School after tho holidays marks the culmination of a long series of deliberations on Sturgeon Bay’s school building problems. The de­ liberations which began a few years ago with the condemnation of the old brick school building and extended over several feasible plans presented by the Chamber of Commerce, the Sawyer Commercial Club, and •the city council have now reached their final expression In the com­ pletion of one of the prettiest build­ ings ever erected for school purposes completed will be one of the best of its kind in the state. The contracts for the various jobs on the building were let to the fol­ lowing: Architects Oppenliamer and Obel, offices at Wausau , and Green Bay contractors, Kraseh Brothers, March- field plumbers, A. J. Wiest & Co., Sturgeon Bay lighting, L. H. Nebel, Sturgeon Bay heati...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 January 1922

■ i - p i * s m - ■ ' ■ • • ■ • ••• , /■ ■ . . ’ ) Nu m b e r H isto r ic a l Rooms MADISON W IS 8TUBGEOIM BAY,'W IS. FRIDA V, JANUARY 0, 1922. Cashier Marries Death of Pioneer Settler 360,000 Autos Cross In 1921 MODEL CITY V'. , HAVE MbST “ — ------------- Fire Department Answers Forty Fire Calls—Cupid’s Record Falls Below That of 1920. ‘ Year Shows Many Inter­ esting Statistics covering different hap- __ for the year 1921- brings, out many: interesting facts and valuable • ! information to study oyer. While statements and street kossId. not . backed up by facts, are oftimes mis­ leading, just so are statistics taken from official records’• in black and ■white. -7 A Model City For instance, when it is made known to the local community, and )' the state at large, that during, the year 1921 the-records of the Stur­ geon Bay police court show but o conviction for plain drunkeness, and that but One individual was arrested for being drunk and disorderly, it leads one to...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 January 1922

P hrc T w t DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIS., JANUARY 0, 1920. to tono and strongthon th e organs o f digostion and elim ination, improve, appotito, stop eiek headaches, roliovo bil- iou sn oss, corroct constipation. Thoy act prom ptly, pleasan tly, m ildly, yot thoroughly. Tomorrow Alright Get a 2 5 c . Box Your Druggist I M I L H . IH D S P 8 D R U G S'JDOM Lumber for Sale 25,000 Feet White Pine V The undersigned have about25,- jOOO feet of second-hand white pine lumber for sale consisting of 2x4, 2x6,. and 2x8, all lengths also some one-inch matched lumber. Can be seen at the Sturgeon Bay Stone. Co. quarry on the Sawyer side of the bay. Frank Defoe & Son Phone 111-W. SAW YER/W IS. NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP WITH Coal & Wood We have either NUT STOVE POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Bushman Milling Co. Phone 363.. Sawyer Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R A N D ZpU/NRR A L D I R E C T O R y l a d i a s s is t a n t Phone 185-R— 185-W. Sawyer, Wis. W W H l l W l l l l l l H ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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