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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

. I jA R G E S T C IR C U L A T IO N IN N O R T H E A S T E R N W IS C O N S IN STURGEON BAY. W IS., FRIDAV, lE lU tX ARY 24, 1922. Mr?. Mary Oliinger Died Sunday L. A. LARSON SUCCUMBS Bod Barrio Passed Away Friday 7 Body Taken to Algoma For Burial—All Old Residents of Sturgeon Bay' .‘ M rs. M ary O liinger d ied a t h e r .h im e in th is city on Sunday, F eb. 19, A fte r a long illness d u e to d ia b e te s . D eceased w as b o rn in , M anitow oc, t? is ., o n Septem ber 4 th ,1 8 5 9 , and M b been a..resident of th is city since jL'88.2 In 18.77, a t M anitowoc, she s w as un ited i n ' m arriag e to M ichael O liinger, 'and to th is union th e fol­ low ing children w erex b o rn , all of w hom N qurvive: F ra n k X p f Seattle, W ash . fttjfs. E dw ard andSW illiam , of C hicago M.ohn, A nna an d Lquisq, a t hom e. D eceased w as also survey­ ed by tw o sisteriX M rs. K atherine- L achm an, of M ilw aukee, and- S ister M. P etro n illa, of St. C ath erin e’s .Con­ vent, R ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

Page Twt DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, 'WI8., FEBRUARY 24, 1022. i’WHH Will Go a Long Ways Here Onr inventory, has brought to light n number of odd pieces In jewelry, silver, cnt glass and novelties. We have put these articles In one big lot at $1.00, Some of these articles are a lit­ tle shopworn, bat all are excel­ lent values for fte low price asked- We can’t list all of these . things—look in onr window this week, there Is sure to be some­ thing yon want, COME ANA SEE A. J. Taube Gifts ThatLaat JEWELER, SAWYER Sawyer News. Your Own Cost Our complete,^.extensive equip­ ment, our thoughtful courtesy, is placed entirely at your service at a cost of .your own choosing. And where- circumstances sug­ gest more moderate' costs, no mark of respect or devotion is omitted from this last solemn rite. ANDREW SLOAN SAWYHR, WTO. Phones 18S-R 135-W. Lady Assistant Modern Auto Hearse Death of Ole Anderson Old and Respected Citizen of Saw­ yer Passes Away At Age of Seventy-Eight Ole ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

DOOBOOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1B., FEBRUARY 24, n w n i i i ■ ■ ■ i ■ ■«« u i n t t t t n t i t f t t i t m t 11 t t f t u t *1 ttfi H i i i f i i h i 11 t i n m i m m a c u t 17th Anniversary of Rotary’s Birth Origin of Rotary Seventeen years ago, Paul P. Harris, an attorney in the City of Chicago, was tormented with an unmitigated obses­ sion to-achieve something of benefit to humanity. The lonesomeness of the large city, the dull routine of business, ■and the earnest desire to enlarge his circle of acquaintances spurred, him in­ to decisive action. He invited three friends to his office—a coal dealer, a mining operator,1 and a merchant tail­ or—to whom he deliberately elucidated his idea. of forming a club, a unique. club, that would be wholly, different from any other existing organization a club that would promulgate the spirit of service, make business men better business men, develop, a wide acquaint­ anceship, and afford its. members an opportunity to...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

Pago F o u r DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, WI8., FEBRUARY 24, 1022. Doof County Advocate E ntered a t the Postortice a t S turgeon Bay,'' WIs. as second-class jn atter. Published By ' . . Door County Publishing Company . Incorporated. E v ery F rid ay at' S turgeon Bay, W ls. ■ J{. J. SATvDERSON, Mgr. “7 Adtfress all com m unications to oor County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. In orilertn g odilrcm cltnngetl. th e old dn vrcll iliith e new add tons slioiitdlie given. F b re ig n A d v e n i.m g R e p re a en ta tiv * 1 THE' A M E R IC A N P R E S S A S S O C IA T IO N | & rU #G EON BAY, W IS ./F E B . 24.' • President. mid th e Bonus Presid en t H arding took tlio ■ re ­ sponsibility last year of postponing the so ldiers’ bonus bill. Leaders in Congress have joined the Am erican L egion-and the pow erful political in- terests .-of the country in urging the P resident to come out in support of the bonus a t this tim e. , To all these em pties, Mr. H ard...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, WI8„ FEBRUARY 24, jQSS). P*gO W in /o r th a t f COUGH/ \\ KEM P’S P le a s a n t to take C hildren like ^ . a - y / V Tonight Tomorrow Alright Your Dnuttist EMEti H. IHDE’8 DKUG STORE m T h is w ill fix m y co ld 1 ALWAYS keep Dr. King’s New Discovery handy. It breaks up hard, stubborn colds and stops the paroxysms of coughing. No harmful drugs, but just good medicine. All druggists, 60c. Dr. K ing’s New Discovery For Colds a n d Cough s S tu b b o rn Bowels T am ed . Leav­ ing the bowels unmoved results in health -destruction. Let the gently stimulating Dr. King’s Pills bring/to you a regular, normal bowel function­ ing. 25 cents. All druggists. ■ PR O M P T ! W O N ’T G R IPE Dr. King’s Pills Asks For Better Support B ru ssels B ask et B all Team E n th u si­ a s t A ppeals F o r B e tte r Support - A nother Word p ertain in g to b ask et ball. It has been noticed by th e correspondent and largely by th e B. H. S. team , th a t th e local ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

Page Six POOR COUNTS ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W18., FEBRUARY 24. 1022. LOCALS Sawyer W.C.T.U.—The Sawyer W. C.T.U. will meet with Mrs. 'M. 0. Bentley nest Tuesday, February 28. Rebcknh Sewing Circle—The Re- Ijekah sewing circle will meet next Wednesday afternoon, March 1st, at Odd Fellows hall. Social—Mrs. J. Spalsbury enter­ tained a number of ladles at bridge at her home Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Fetzer and Mrs. Spalshury also enter­ tained at bridge Wednesday after- moon. • Modem Flats— The .rooms over •Nebel’s Electric Shop are being com pletely remodeled into a modem suite of rooms. Grafton Langomak and family will probably occupy the new quarters. .Benefit Well Attended — “Los Miserables,” a benefit movie given by the Methodist ladies, was well at­ tended. The setting was in France around the revolution period, center­ in g around Jean Valjean. Card Party—The ladies Altar So­ ciety of St. Joseph’s church will give a card party in the church basement •on Tuesday, Feb. 2S. Bro...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

PERSONALS Earl Johnson returned home Tues­ day from a business trip. Leathern D. Smith leaves this wee1.-: for W ashington, D.r C., on a business trip., , L. P. Nebel has been confined to his home by sickness fo r the past three weeks. . Mrs. Clifford Greisen and baby left Tuesday for Milwaukee to visit rel­ atives. Miss Luella Kohl, a. graduate nurse of Milwaukee, is visiting her mother in this city. . rU - . David Nebel w ent to Green Bay Saturday oh business, returning Sat­ urday evening. Mrs. Mae Anderson and Myrtle Bernard left for Green Bay Saturday to spend a few days in th at city. W. C. Conwell left for W ashing­ ton, D. C., Monday to attend a con­ ference of the U. S. Shipping Board. Gus. Seidemann was h o jn e fo rth e weekend. Gus. is working in Ke­ waunee in the government shipyard. Miss Lelac Burns returned home Monday evening from Madison where she had been attending th e Univers­ ity. Mrs. L. D. Smith and daughter M arietta will leave Saturday for Milwaukee. S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

Page E ight DOOR OODKTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIB„ FEBRUARY 24, 19SB. Remmiscenses o f ' B etts EAkLY SETTLER OF WASHINGTON ISLAND By BO L. ANDERSEN During the winter of 1878, I came quite a windbreak in the cedars with ' • from Green Bay and was going home cedar boughs and after we had the to the Island. I brot a little pony lire agoing it was quite cosy. Capt* . ’With me that did not weigh over 800 Pederson said: “I would give a/whole . , pounds. When I arrived at Ellison lot for a good cup of coffee now.” Bay Mr. Chas. Freyberg was there. “Well,” I said, “you’ll go without He was the owner of a large store coffee tonight, Captain, but we’ll and mill on the west side, of the. Is- have something to eat.” land. “Eat! E at!!” he said,-\"a fat, raw He asked if he could go with me hog,. and a tub of butter. No noth- . . to the Island, and as T was going at ing doing if I only had some cpffee,” • once and had plenty of room I said ‘‘Well,” I said, “wait now, and I’ll he could ■ We w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

r?£ y poor county advocate, sturgeon bay. wi9„ fedhuary 24, 1022. CONVERTS THOUSANDS WHO WERE ONCE WEAK THE TRAINING SCHOOL XARGE CROWDS OF GRATEFUL PEOPLE FLOCK TO HEAD­ QUARTERS O f REMARKABLE YOUNG MAN Thousands of people in Denver are calling on H. C. Burrell, the per­ sonal representative of Garren, the celebrated Eastern scientist, whose unique theories have attracted widespread attention. Burrell has establish ed headquarters there and people are floe king to him to thank him for the ■wonderfully quick results they are getting from his method of reviving ' their health, strength, and endurance. These callers represent people in all walks of life ranging from lab orera and their plainly dressed wives to prosperous looking business men and fashionably dressed women all searching for the common c a u s e - good health, energy and a well rounded figure. Garren’s theory is mainly, that ninety percent of aU weak, thin and run down and nervous people can trace their trouble alm...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 February 1922

f a c e Ten d o o r ootftrre a d v o c a t jb , s t u r g e o n b a y , w i s ., F e b r u a r y 24, 1022. STO! Good Business Outlook For Year 1922 -,v . BUSY AT Total SMITH QUARRY .. Business of L. D. Smith Stone Company Exceeds Three 1 Hundred Thousand Dollars. Getting Ready Fox* 1922 Business At Quarry 'v .V'v'i: L. D. Sm ith, president of th e L . D. Sm ith Stone Company of th is city, - states th a t th e p resent outlook for stone business^ during 1922, is as good if not .better th an it w as du rin g •the p ast seaspn, which was by fa r th e b est th a t the local qu arry ever h ad . Business of P a s t Y ear T he total am ount of crushed stone ^shipped from the quarry during 1921 Com pany du rin g 1921 w as ?32o,0.00, and upw ards of 100 m en w ere on the. pay roll. The qu arry s tarte d the season w ith a daily average o u tp u t of 1,000 tons, w hich was increased to. 1,200 tons, the largest single day’s ru n consist­ ing of 9 Ya hours, th ru th e crushers being 1,450 ton...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 March 1922

. V * v* l*“T: ' v' VOLUME : 60 j .uicest c n tc c u n o n IS N ORTHEA8TERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, W IS., FRIDA V, MARCH,:*, 1922. 3 i 8 t , o r i c a l ^ WW180H WI8 NUMBER 50 T H E A D V O C A T E B R IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD U E S t U I Mayor BolerM akes An­ nouncement WOMEN TO BE ON TICKET Mayor Boler Will Be Candidate To Succeed Himself—Three Candidates In Field For V City Treasurer-—Two For City Clerk , -Candidates, for city offices to bo y tw d npoti a t the spring election the d n t Tuesday in April have com­ menced to announce themselves. As usual the greatest interest centers around the head of the ticket, th a t of Mayor. W hile rum ors have connected the nam es of many prom inent men of the city as candidates for the office, the only official announcement th at has been made comes from Jno. Bol er, the present Mayor, who announc­ es him self as a candidate for anoth­ er term . JfllNOUNCEMENT OP JNO. BOLER SO THE VOTERS OP STURGEON BAY: friends have solic...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 March 1922

pAgc Twt DOOTt COUNTY AD VOCATE. STURGEON BAY, W IS.. MARCH 3. 1032. Sawyer r COUGH./ K e N IP 'S Childreiilike Puretest Rubbing Alcohol Compound . For External Use Only The Puretest Alcohol is one of the latest creations of the United Drug Co. By its low cost of distribution to the 10,000 Rexall Drug Stores, we can sell this to you for only FIFTY CENTO A PINT G E M JR A I, R E F R E S H IN G AND B A T H ­ ING A G EN T D ilu ted w ith ah equal a m o u n t of w a te r It is used fo r g e n e ra l to ile t p u r ­ poses aiid as a soothing- and. r e f r e s h ­ ing- lo tio n fo r b a th in g th e s k in o f in ­ v alids and children. I t reliev es inflam ed s k in a n d red u ces excessive p e rsp ira tio n o f th e hands, fee t an d arm p its. IK T H E HO M E, CAMP, OR TR A IN IN G QUARTHHS To R elieve H eq d ad ie« t U se e ith e r fu ll s tre n g th o r d ilu te w ith w a te r, ap p ly in g w ith g e n tle ru b b in g , b e in g ca re fu l n o t tp g e t an y in to th e eyce. F...

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

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, W18., MARCH 3, 1022, QUICK RESULTS FROM NEW PRODUCT EXPLAINED NO REASON WHY IT SHOULD FAIL TO GIVE VITALITY, EN­ DURANCE AND ATTRACTIVENESS TO RUNDOWN FOLKS ' The minute you start, taking Garren’s Tonic, It begins to put your Stomach in good shape so the food you eat digests properly and assimilates toon and vitamines to your blood. Rich, red blood is what builds healthy towue, strengthens your nerves and makes your skin clear and rosy. That’s why you hear and read about so many people saying they get relief from nervousness, indigestion, lack of energy and loss of weight al­ most from the first dose. ' It Is not a- “miracle” for Garren’s Tonic to bring relief to peoplejvho have tried many remedies to regain their health, strength and good looks.\" •arren’s Tonic simply does what nature intended for your stmbach to do, And it does it because it is made from a combination of the most health String and heretofore practically unrecognized herbs, ro...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 March 1922

*■4(0 Four DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON RAY, iri& i MABCH 8 ,1 8 M . LOCALS Missionary Meeting—The Congre­ gational Woman’s Missionary Society Will m eet Tuesday, March 7, 'with lira . C. B. Packard. _ City Coal—Sturgeon Bay Was very lucky last week in receiving' a, sup­ p ly of coal just before'the snoW came. Two cars came in the night before laden with coal. . ■ . i Buys Residence—John Destree sold, his residence on Cottage street to 'Martin Pivonka. May tin figures on remodeling the house preparatory to moving into it. Remodeling Store—Workmen are busy remodeling the interior of A. J. W iest & Co.’s store. Things are be­ ing rearranged in the interior, to handle the electric stock. March Lamblike— March came in like a lamb as far as pleasant weath­ er is concerned, but since the big blizzard of last week the tempera­ tu re has hovered around zero every day and as low as ten below zero. Extension of Time—H. A. Nvorak, assessor of incomes, notified County Clerk H...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 March 1922

DOOR COUNTY AD VOOATE, STURGEON BAY, m , M A R C H 3,1023. Page,Fly*! PERSONALS Lester Nebel made a business trip to. Green Bay the fore part of this week.. • ■ Mrs. L. D. Smith and little duagh- te r left fpr Milwaukee on Tuesday to vlei.it relatives. A little baby daughter was bom to M&, and Mrs. Prank Hirsch last Saturday evening. Edw. H. Olson of Clay Banks was a business visitor in the city first •t.th e week. Herman Ullsperger returned first o^rthe week from a business . trip throughout the state. Frank Caffee was among the ibirgeon Bay people who were ma­ rk e d at Green Bay last week, .he returning on Tuesday. Charles Schack left Thursday for J^anitowoc after 'a six weeks visit in his old home town. P. W. Hitchcock arrived from Chi­ cago yeterday to take up his spring wprk in his cherry orchard. Miss Lucella Kohl' left yesterday fpr Milwaukee after spending two weeks visiting reltives here. Dr. tf. A. Egan went north Tuesday niorning. The Dr. expects to cross •yer to...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 March 1922

€tiOnly One teaks My Cold” T ^H E relief that Dr. lung's . New * Discovery gives from stubborn old colds, and onrushing- new ones, grippe , and throat-torturing coughs has made it. the standard remedy it is today. .'Rtnc-trietl for fifty years and never more: popular than today. No harmful - - drugs. . • ■ You wiH soon notice the relief in loosened phlegm and cased cough. Always reliable, and good for the whole familv. Has a convincing,' heal­ ing taste 'with all its good medicinal ■ qualities. At ail druggists, 60 cents. Ja New Discovery For C o ld s a n d C ou& hs m l wjqum am wmii i mmwaSt— MM The Results of Constipation are sick headaches, biliousness, sallow skin, waste matter in the intestinal system. Correct this health-under­ mining condition by taking Dr. King’s Pills. 25 cents. All druetrisfs. • P R O M P T ! W O N ’T G R JP E r. Kind’s Pills USE SLOAN’S TO EASE LAME BACKS Yachescan’t OU do your best when your back and every muscle with fatigue. Apply Sloan’s Lin...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 March 1922

DOOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIS„ MARCH S j . 1922. Pftgo Sev«R I k\\\\. .$ r This new sugar-coated gum delights' young and o ld / It \"melts in your m outh” and the gum in the center remains to aid digestion, brighten teeth and soothe mouth and throat. *There are the other WRIG LEY friends to choose from too: Mothers! Rub Children’s Chests Vicks vapors banish colds and do away with ' dosing little stomachs. Treatment of cold troubles with Vicks VapoRub . is .the method now most favored by doctors, nurses and millions of modem mothers. There’s nothing-to swallow. For spasmodic croup, whooping cough, common colds, sore throat and tonsititis you just apply Vicks over throat and chest, 'rub it in well and cover Just rub it on and breathe in th£ vapors with a flannel doth-. jjLt night leave the bedclothes loose around the child’s neck, and all night long Vicks antiseptic, heal­ ing vapors are breathed right into1the affected air passaf es. Vicks is just as good for grown-ups, ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 3 March 1922

RBgoEigKt POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY.,, WIB.,7. MARCH 3. 1022. MEET /MARCH H /t • issues fijui . F or Meeting of the- Door County • ' Association George Beyer, president of the :*r\\Door : County Beekeepers! Association ' has called an im portant meeting of -the beomen of the county to bp held .'in the court house, Sturgeon Bay, on i j March 11. . Two sessions of the county’s apiar- 4sts will be held, one a t 10 o’clock in . !}the forenoon' and the other at 1:30 in the afternoon. ’ The sponsors of the meeting believe that the confer­ ence will, he one of unusual import­ ance. to th e ’ bee keeping industry of the county. The\" committee in charge of , the meeting has inviied L. P. ’ Whitehead, extension apiculturist of the University of Wisconsin, to be present and discuss topics of out­ standing interest to the local bee­ keepers. C. D. Adams, representing the Department of Markets and the state Department of Agriculture, will talk on honey grading and bee diseases. : T...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 March 1922

VOLUME 60 L A R G E S T C I B C C U T IO It IN N O R T H E A S T K ttN W IS C O N S IN - STURGEON BAY, WIS., FR ID A *, MARCH 10, 1922. NUMBER 51 Hi-storical R o o m s 1 MADISON WIS INGS HE9ITMFS Pioneer .Resident of Egg Harbor Dies DEATH OF MBS. BLIESNER Mrs. H. S. Hall Dies At Hospital Hi Green Bay, Remains Brought Home For Burial—Mrs. Bliesner An Active Bed Cross Worker the town of Egg Harbor where he has owned a farm ever since. The cause of his (femise was cancer of the stom­ ach. • The children are Mrs. C. Schultz, of Carlsville Mrs. August Spittle- meister, of Egg Harbor Mrs. J. A. Hass, of Ellison Bay Ernest, who died in 1911 at Carlsville Ida, of Houston, Texas Mrs. Jim Cutland, of Minneapolis^ Minn. Albert, Hen­ ry,. Emil, F re d ‘and Laura, of Egg Harbor. There are also 28 grand­ children, and 3 great-grand-children who survive. The funeral was conducted Satur­ day, March 4th, in the Egg Harbor toiwn hall, Rev. M. Schroeder of the Jacksonport Ger. Lutheran church, of ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 10 March 1922

P age Twe DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W I8., MARCH' 10, 1022 i Q uietude A t these tim es w hen your m ind is given to thought an d the con­ tem plation of the infinite m ys­ teries of life, we w ill tak e charge o f your affairs as a m em ber of your own fam ily m ight— saving you all contact w ith th e world. J u s t telephone us w hen the sad occasion arises, w hether it is n ig h t or day. ANDREW SLOAN 1 SAWYER, W IS. Phones 135-R 135-W . Lady A ssistant M odern A uto H earse Prices Reduced Self-filling D unn F ountain Pens re ­ duced to as low as $2.75. T his is th e pen to get— no rubber sack— only four m djor parts. Step in and get one on th irty days trial, or send for one, Woerfel’s Drug Store SAW YER, W IS. AGHES AND PAINS- SLOAN’S GETS ’EM! AVment blD the misery of racking pain. Have a bottle of Sloan’s Lini­ handy and apply when you first feel the ache or pain. I t quickly leases the pain and sends a feeling of warmth through ■ the aching part. Sloan’s Lini...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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