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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 January 1922

p o o r oototccy a d v o c & t e . s t u r g e o n b a y , w is .,' J a n u a r y o, 1022. Heavy Cold? Chest All Qogged Up? rS O N T let it get a start, Dr. King’s \" New Discovery will get right down to work, relieving the tight feeling to the chest, quieting* the nicking tough, 'gently stimulating thebowels thus eliminating the cold poisons. TUways, reliable. Just good medicine .m ade to ease colds and coughs. .,f®r fifty years a standard remedy. AH the family can take it with helpful results. Eases the children’s croup. No harmful drugs. Convincing, heal- rng taste that the kiddies like. At all druggists, 60c. N e w D is c o w r y for Calais and CouOns .Feel Badly? Bowels Sluggish? Mavent any “pep” in work or play. Ypu re constipated! The stimulating . action of Dr. King’s Pills brings back pM time energy. All druggists, 25c. ■WON’T GRTEE ’s P ills i Home-Baked Flavor • We used to think it was * impossible to catch that elus­ ive flavor that characterizes home baking — hu...

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 — 6 January 1922

*»w» Four LOCALS B p o a COUNTY ADVOCATE. b tu b o b o s ba y , wibw x an u ary 0, 108SS. . W.C.T.U.—The W.C.T.U. will meet With Mrs. Geo. Hoslett next Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. A.. C. Greaves will have charge of the program. To Collect Taxes—Julius Mikels, treasurer of the town of Sturgeon Bay, will be at the court house every Saturday until further notice to col­ lect taxes. ' . Making Improvements — H. J. Hahn has had his show window dis­ play space on the north side of the store enlarged so as to better dis­ play his fine stock of furniture. LO.O.F. Installation—Installation of officers will be held at Odd Fel­ lows hall tonight after which lunch Will be served. All Odd Fellows in the city or county are Invited to be present. School Opens—The public schools resumed work Wednesday morning after a two weeks’ vacation. The Sawyer school started in its new building. The Parochial school starts next Mondpy. vBox Social—The E.F.U. will give a box social and dance at Moeller’s hall...

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 — 6 January 1922

£ DOOBOOUN’Tg ADVOCATE, STUBGBOH BAY, W ia. JANUARY 0, 1022. Page Five * « i m i PERSONAL MENTION ! ^Wanr notes oongejuhno people you know ♦ # 4 4 4 |§.444^444“444444MN4#444( Capt. Frank Jacobs returned to Chicago Monday. I. Brandeis and Monroe Teweles left Saturday for Milwaukee to visit relatives. . _ \\ Mrs. John GraeEof Milwaukee vis­ ited with Mrs. Wml Barnhardt sev­ eral days this week. \\ Mrs. H. J. Sanderson spent last Saturday' at Algoma visiting her mother and other relatives. | Mrs. Julo Meyers and children oft Algoma visited several ^day^ of last' %eek with Mrs. Wm. Barnhardt. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oldenburg of | Baileys Harbor were guests at the home of Mrs. A. Woerfel this wee' Wallace A. Ives and Richard -Mi Laughlin returned home ^Saturday evening after putting in a long sea­ son sailing. John Gundmundson was In the city Tuesday, being on his way to his home on Washington Island from Milwaukee. Charles Wondrasek left for Ke­ waunee Tuesday where he will be em...

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

Page Six DOOR OOUNTYADVOCATE,1 8TUBGEON BAY, WIB., JANUARY 0r 1032. AND COLDS often tenacious, are a drain upon the vital forces. SCOTT’S EMULSION strengthens the whole system and helps drive out the pre­ disposing cause. Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. A LSO MAKERS OF— 1— K(Tablets f m q i d S or Granules) £25.1N D I G E S T I O N Rem m iscenses o f B etts EARLY SETTLER OF WASHINGTON ISLAND By BO L. ANDERSBN 20-Iosk ASbfnoln Every Drop9’ Get a can today from your hardware or eery dealer. DID PAIN DISTURB YODR SLEEP? Tby HE pain and torture of rheu­ matism can be quickly relieved an application of Sloan’s liniment. It brings warmth, ease and comfort and lets you sleep soundly. Always have a bottle handy and apply when you feel the first twinge. It penetrates without rubbing. It’s splendid to take the pain out of tired, aching muscles, sprains and Strains, stiff joints, and lame backs. For forty years pain’s enemy. Ask 'yourneighbor. At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. S l o a ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 6 January 1922

p o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a te , s t u r g e o n k a v , w is., j a n u a b I - o. 1022. Page Severn Roth, Verna and Lester Starr, Irene Voigbt, 'A rytice Starr, Nellie, Carl, Ella and Dora Kintopf, pu­ pils in the T hrift school, have had perfect attendance so far this year. The ones •who had perfect attend­ ance for the month of December are: Dora, Carl, Nellie, Ella, and L aura Kintopf, Arytice, Ruth Verna and L ester Starr and Lorraine Sperber. A monthly meeting of the School Board was held on Thursday a t the school house. Pupils in this school have w ritten for free illustrative ma­ terial. A Christmas program was given and' was much enjoyed by all. The above notes were sent in by Laura Kintopf of this school. Dora Anderson, teacher. A Christmas program was given at the Clay Banks school on December 17. During Better Citizen W eek the subject of English was much stress­ ed, the pledge of the flag was learn­ ed and recited each day. The Story of the Flag was given much...

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 — 6 January 1922

i p • . ^lY-* \\’:i* 1 * :r ■ Page Eight :•'.4 » ' ■'■'■Jin i 'n DOOB OQPWTg ADVOCATE, 8TUBQEON B A t. WIflf., JANUARY 6, 1M & Big Records For Cows DuringDecember 1736 POUNDS MILK ONE COW Qows of North Door County Test­ ing Association Have High Records . Last Month In Year—Should Keep Rec­ ord of Cost of Pro­ duction. During the month of December, 38 cows made over 40 lbs. of butter fat Wm, Robinson having the high cow •which produced 1736 lbs. milk and 79.9 of butter fat. She is a pure bred Holstein and that is the reason •why Mr. Robinson is wearing th at big smile. Black and W hite Farm s haying the high herd with 958 lbs. of milk, 32.0 lbs. of butter fat H ar­ vey Tipler having the second high- , est herd with 631 lbs. ot milk, 2,7.8 lbs. of butter fat. These records . 'will open the eyes of many farm ers of Door county, w hat good cows will do w ith good care and feeding. Following are\" the names and retf- ords of the cows which produced more than 40 pounds o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 January 1922

VOLUME ,• , H i s t o r i c a l Rooifta 1 UMBER J H S ' STURGEON BAYv W lS f, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922, I T S y U ^ E R ’K S E U S ^ s L o D ^rtEStTLT* Keller Addresses Archie Lackshire Post will find that the public instead of believing ex-service organizations to be merely self-glorifying societies and, money raising societies, -wilT ap­ preciate your proper position and your value to the community.” WOMAN’S CLUB MEETING OUTLINES POSTS’ WORK Member District Executive Com­ mittee Here To Greater Interest Legion Members and Get Larger Membership For s . the Organization L. Hugo Keller, member of the executive committee from this dis­ trict of the American Legion, ad­ dressed members of Archie Lackshire P ost at Moeller’s hall last Friday evening. The purpose _ of Mr. K eller's visit to this city was to stim ulate greater interest in the local Post, In- erease its membership, and point out work that the local organization should follow and accomplish! There was good attendance..o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 January 1922

W M . ’ ’ v'W . V ••. ■/•â– /■■■ ■■••â–  ' JP*go Tvrt POOR OOTOfCT ADVOCATE,\" 8TUKGEOX BAY, WIBv, JANUARY 13, 1022. Sawyer News. ■u:\\v / -/ : $Sl 1 4 : :v I : - ••Cherry Land Bund Resumes Practice The Cherry Land Band, which was organized last year, is holding week­ ly rehearsals thru the winter. . The- band1 is now starting its sec­ ond year and has a fine chance of de­ veloping into a first class musioal Or­ ganization. W. P. Shestock, who itt structed and led the band from the start, has again been chosen as lead­ er'th is year. ■ . : • ' • , The boys are planning on giving a concert some time this winter, hop­ ing to make this ■ concert one of the greatest musioal events of the year In the city. } The citizens should give the move­ m ent every encouragement possible as building up and maintaining a good band is a big undertaking and a good band is an invaluable asset to any community. SAWYER SHORT NOTES Mrs. George W iesner left last .week Thursday for...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 January 1922

raim , sent the school 35 for their library. - The c school has promised to get dictionaries for the of the no.new I Six A new A supply of clean cloths or paper sm all ones and one big one. napkins, should be kept In the school drinking fountain has bee room in order th at they may be giv- chased. The pupils In this achool , en to the pupil who has either for- were all very interested in / gotten to bring a handkerchief or did I Education week. M artha n o t have one to bring. In stru ct'th e children to cover th e nose and 'the mouth while coughing or sneezing. Emphasize the necessity of bringing a clean handkerchief to school each day. :. . Mabel Knutson, a pupil of the Carnot school, sent in a letter to thia office in which she tells of the many valuable things done during “Good School W eek.” The pupils __ arrived from\" Milwaukee -to apend the a t hom e/W ith M r.^ n d “ i A baby boy w as bom to Mr. anil \" • Clicord Vogel, Dec 3.0th. Moth- The annual X ihas party held a t the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 January 1922

\" ':i'\\'Try %'mB : DOOR, COUNTY ADVOCATE,' STURGEON BAY, W K^ * s& will fix my cold I ALWAYS keep Dr. King’s New Discovery handy. It breaks up hard, stubborn colds and stops the sms of coughing. No harmful but just good medicine. All ts, 60c. r . K i n g ’s New Discovery For Colds a n d Coughs Stubborn Bowels Tamed.- Leav­ ing the bowels unmoved results in health destruction. Let the stimulating Dr. King’s Pills bring, to you a regular, normal bowel function­ ing. 25 cents. All druggists. :• W O N 'T G R IPE P ills A BUILDING TONIC To those of delicate con­ stitution, young or old, I Scott’s Emulsion is nourishment and tonic that builds up the whole body. .JJL . S co tt & B ow ne, Bloom field, N. J. — ALSO MAKERS OF-------- RmioiDS (Tablets or Granules) LEselIN D IG ESTIO N , _________ 20-.Ssh B M w n i tfP tt flaaO E J*: T p g g ?a Y * W r Does Not Rob Off, Lasts 4 Times as Long a* Others, Saves Work, GetaCanTodag Report of Chamber of Commerce In another column of The ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 January 1922

Report of the Activities O F T H E 7- a ' - 7 Chamber of Commerce During the Year 1921 Contributed by L D. Smith, President 1.~‘ The change in the Railroad Service from the old •mixed freight and passenger trains to an exclusive passenger service, brought about through the work of the comiriittee assigned to this duty. This change is. a great convenience to the traveling people among whom the former service was decidedly poor advertis- \"ing.for our County. It has benefited our hotels by bringing in the evening passengers on time, eliminat­ ing the former* trouble with late dinners. It has bene­ fited the stage and cab lines north by enableing them So follow a certain schedule for their passengers and mail route. v ^ Committee: Senator H. L/Peterson, Chairman C. D. Brower, Jr.' * Grovqr Stapleton. ’ 2., To fill the need of additional hotel facilities in / the City add also to provide golf links for our tour­ ist trade and local people, the Door County Country Club hotel was promq...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 January 1922

DOOR COUNTS ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, Wifi.. XlNtTARY 13,1022, LOCALS Herring Pishing—Herring fishing \"has started thru tlio, Ice with hook and-line near the mouth of the bay, Whilo the catches have not been large, great sport Is enjoyed Chimney Fire—A chimney firo at the residence of Pat O’Boyle in the first ward Monday morning callcd out: the fire department. No damage amounting to anything resulted Defeated Maplewood—The local higii school basketball team easily defeated the Maplewood five last • Friday evening ' at the high school gymnasium, the score being 53 to 7. - M.E.B.A. Meeting—There will be *tn important meeting of theM.JH.B.A. • at Moeller’s hall, Monday, Jan. 16. All-members are requested to be . present. „ • . ■-? , Food Sale—The ladies of the W C.T.U. will give a food sale at Law- rence market on Saturday, Jan. 21, beginning at 2 o’clock. Coming—The Jubilee Singers, a negro troupe, will appear at . the Opera House, Jan. 24. All'lovers of this form: of entertainment ...

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 — 13 January 1922

& • P E R S O N A L M E N T IO N :: h e w i y n o t e * o o n o e e n in g p e o p l e y o u k n o w :: Attorney T. A. Sanderson made a business trip to Green Bay Monday. . Miss Agnes F a^, returned to her duties a t W hitewater Normal Mon­ day. ' ’\\ ■/ M iss,Ida Worley went to Green Bay Monday and visited the week w ith friends. * H. L. Peterson made a business trip to Milwaukee and Chicago on Wednesday. Mrs. E. S. Ackerman was called to Kenosha last Friday on account of the serious illness of her brother. Henry Erickson of Daggett, Mich , has been renewing acquaintances in the city and vicinity during the past week. ' Deland Brown, returned to Rhine- Geo. Falk was in hte city several days this week on his way to his home in Massachusetts from Kansas, where tie bad been on bhsiness con­ nected w ith an oil company in which he is interested. He visited a t the home of his father, John Falk. ! Deputy Fish and Game W arden Louis Jeske w ent to Kewaunee Mon­ day and arrested ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 January 1922

*»ge E ight POOR COUNTY AD VOOATE, STURGEON BAY, WIB., JANUARY 18. 1022. YOUR H E A L T H DEMANDS dean. Teeth and a Healthy Mouth K L E N Z O PRODUCTS ENSURE IT 'TOena)” Dental Cremo “Klenzo” Liquid Antiseptic “Klenzo” Tooth Brush' ARE AIDS TO HEALTH INSURANCE. Combination of abov6 three—ac­ tu a l value 90c, this 'week o n ly ............................ . . . O l / l Koch week we will hnve some­ thing to offer at special prices. W oerfel’s D^ug Store, Sawyer VITALIZE Y o u r . [EYESIGHT At $5.00 It is known to all that the energy abounding every­ where has the sun as itB source and unless the me­ chanism of our eyes are working correctly so that a clear image may be thrown upon the retina-screen of our eye we cannot develop the ambitions of' our lives. We will examine in a thor­ oughly scientific manner y o u r eye-structures and build for you the glasses that will help you visualize and concentrate.. F . D . S H I M M E L Jeweler-Optometrist Sturgeon Bay ‘ The new schedule ...

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 — 13 January 1922

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, W IS., JANUARY 13, 1022. P ag e N ine HE-HOUSE CASH N o th in g JANUARY 16th 22 program upon which the greatest in our his- , will be our adjustment AINED: lent. certain obligations. ill comers. HERE’S SOMETHING YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR Window Shades Dark green or dark brown. The grade that has been selling as high as 85c is now selling at a price that should give you a chance to replace all the wornout shades in every room. They are standard size, 36-in. by 6-ft., green for kitchen or bedroom brown, very pretty for the dining room- and On Sale uts prices [TEA SPECIAL [attresses, ALL ticking sold ns yy. ,8if c. $7 * 8 5 SPRINGS choice of high- £ fabric or coil, b' d s * g . 9 8 V : ........ $4.90 C o u ch es.$7,85 sides.... .$10.98 te enamel.. ,$7.85 Crib.. . . . .$12.85 a, $87.50 m i s FREE. . .. . .25%QFF |a t .15% OFF sale at . .. light or box [Rugs. r sq. yd. 59c .15% LESS ....$11.85 .$7.35 How’s This Boys A ll Boys’ Suits at 10% Discount &a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 January 1922

i fe Paco Tcn: ■ / POOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WlB1t JANUARY 13, 1022. The Haunted House By FREDERICK HART •1(§K 1321, by .McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) “I'shaw! TIiere’s uo such thing as a ghost 1” Cordelia Davis’ volco was ’ defiant. “I think you’re all silly to believe such stories. There’s no more ■ ! harm in tliat old house than there is In a chicken coop.\" “But Cordelia, old Bates says—” “Oh, .don’t tell me what Old Bates says! 1 wouldn’t believe that old rep rohaie on a stack of bibles. He’s al ways telling tlie most -awful, whop- Xers. and he tells them so often that he thinks they are true hitaself. Why, you’ve all heard his story about the cattish that was so big that they had to u x . a calf for bait I He’s the worst -liar in the county!” The object of Cordelia’s outburst of skepticism was a group of young people who were sitting around the fireplace In the Davis, country house enjoying the heat of the ilames for though it was early October there was a chill...

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 — 20 January 1922

VOLUME 60 ■ L A R G E S T C IE C C Itil'n O S IN N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N SIN STURGEON'- BAY -W IS* F R ID A y , 'JANUARY 20,. 102 2. i l ICE FLOE AT THE DEEP WATER | HOLSTEIN BULL AS CONFERENCE Narrow Escape of Four Men In “Door” COAST GUAED TO RESCUE Ice Breaks Up In Deaths Door Passage While Mail Carrier Anderson and Companions Are Attempting Trip Across To Mainland Pete Andersen, the veteran mail carier, who has braved many a storm in crossing Death’s Door between Washington Island and the m ain land, and during the w inter months has made many trips on the treaclr erous ice for years past, met with an experience Tuesday of this week th at came near ending his career, but only adds another link to the many narrow escapes which has won for him the saying th at he leads a - charmed life on the w ater and ice, The ice in the Door has been most treacherous this winter, not being heavy enough to m akev it safe. Tues­ day of this week conditions were m ost unfavorable, bu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

/ ‘ftree TURKISH Friendly VIRGINIA Gentlemen BURLEY\" The perfect blend of the three v perfect cigarette tobaccos in one perfect cigarette one-eleven Cigarettes B fr«20 *Mtob Lumber for Sale 25,000 Feet White Pine The undersigned'have about25,• 000 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 tti§ Sawyer $ide of the bay. Frank Defoe & Son: Phoae Ul-W. SAWYER, WIS. NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP WITH Coal & Wood We have either NUT STOVE POCAHONTAS SPLINT. ALSO WOOD. Sawyer News, John Moore went to Oshkosh Mon day to attend a convention. . ---- Juai. lovt:„uu. u Miss Myrtle Claflln of Little Stur- comp,ete sot of the James Sanitary geon, went to Green Bay last Satur- chicken utensils consisting of self­ day cleaning nets, waterers, hoppers. Milton Wulf made a business and T1S £ °?pers ar^ of several sizes to pleasure trip to Maplewood the lat- ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

BAy, WIB^ J a n u a r y go, 1023, COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS The Civic3 clas3 of the Pleasant Grove school made booklets oh the county and state officers and their duties. The booklets are very at­ tractive looking and helpful. The Grammar class made booklets for December, Flanders Field and Amer­ ica’s Answer and To a Waterfowl. Language classes 5 and 6 made pret­ ty: little booklets on The First Snow­ fall, They studied and memorized this poemt fort class. During Amer­ ican Education Week the 3d and 4tli grade Language class discussed'and memorized ‘^America ’’ .Language, 5 and 6 “Battle Hymn of Republic ” Grammar 7 and 8, “Star Spangled Banner.\" We then had a contest to see which class sang th eir, song the best. We discussed the topics on Immigration and Better Education. Every Tuesday morning one member of the Physiology class gives a talk on Hygiene. They enjoy getting out before the school and talking. Ques­ tions are asked by the school and answered by the speaker. Twenty- th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 January 1922

PageFoqr Thing My Cold” ^TTHE relief that Dr. King’s New Discover)'- gives from stubborn old colds, and onrushing nelv ones, grippe \\ and throat-torturing coughs has made it. the standard remedy it is today. Time-tried for fifty years and never more popular than today. No harmful dt^ u will soon notice the relief in loosened phlegm and cased cough. Always reliable, and good for the - 7 -whole family. Has a convincing, heal­ ing taste with all its good medicinal qualities. At all druggists, 60 D r . K i n New 1)1 sc For Colds and i Results . sick. headaches, „ -skin, waste matter in the ..... . system. Correct this health-under­ mining condition by taking Dr. King’s FHs. 25 cents. All druggists. 3MPT* W O N ’T GRIPE ’s Pills [ T k i s i s W | Stove Polish'* I'Y pir Should Use\" IiT’S different from Others because more care' is taken in the making' I and the materials used are 08^ I higher grade. Black Silk Stove Polish Makes a brilliant, silky polish that does cot rub off or dust ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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