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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

DOOBtXUNTY a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n BAY, WIB„ MARCH 81, 1023 j s h a l f r V CENTURY rs s s K '- a a s a a s r *7.£riU\\* , »U©U SMEmiiSM Think of Three Tfom^fouses you like Think how much of their attractiveness is due to the homelike effect .of the shingle roof. Try that on some of your friends. FoUr out of five will tell you the nicest”, prettiest\" houses they know haye shingle roofs, s Any architect will tell you. that the most attractive houses in the best suburbs of the big cities usually have shingle roofs. Any farmer will teU you that the most economical long-service bam roof is a shingle roof. And here in the Central W est most of these roofs are laid with “ HALF CENTURY” BRAND WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES Laid W ith G atoanlztd or Copper Nalls i Fir»t» because White Cedar is the best \"weather wearing” shingle wood. f - Second, because \"Half Century” Brand Shlngies are all \"air cured”. No rushing of these through excessively heated dry kilns that take all the life...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS„ MARCH 31, 1022 T o th e E d ito r o f T h e A d v o cate: T h e D oor C o u n ty A dv ocate is a w elc o m e v is ito r t o o u r h o m e a n d _ „ __a - m u s t b e re a d firs t fo r ev e ry p a rt o f D eP ere, W is., M arch 27, 1 922. th e co u n ty , is o f In te re s t to us. I t • w a s o u r lirst. c a m p in g p la ce a n d w e ta r r ie d th e re so lo n g th a t w e w ill a l­ w ay s re g a rd it a s o u r hom e. W e feel lik e e n d o rs in g th e se w ords o f (h e F r id a y h e re , p o e t. \" B e it e v e r so h u m b le , th e re is n o p lace lik e h o m e \" — th e D oor C o u n ty h om e. I re a d w ith m u 'i n te r e s t ' th e' M r. G ro v o g el o f Jack B o n p o rt m o t o red to to w n T u esd ay . \"■“ 'c7h ' \"W ,” 1\"' tt\" N e x t T u e sd a y electio n . D on’t fo r a r tic le of M ayor B o le r “ W h e re th e T a x e s G o.” T h e re , is n o d o u b t th a t s e t .to c a s t youp v o te e v e ry d o ll...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

DOOR OOUNTF ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. W 1S„ MARCH. 81, 1922 FogeKtofWi FINAL BASKET BALL GAME PLAYED f COUGH/ v K e m p ’ s ^Balsam j P le a sa n t to take Children like it- y / ^ High School Five Ends Season By Winning From Casco^—Second Team Defeats Forestville DID PAIN DISTURB YOUR 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 your neighbor. At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. Linimentte? 0 '\"THE well-known Rainbo brand of field and grass seeds and seed com which you have seen adver­ tised in the farm papers are sold by us. They are carefully recleaned and tested —clean healthyseeds that w ill help in­ crease your y...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 March 1922

P a g e Tw elvo BOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W IS., MAUCH 31. 1022 // OTSEGO FLOUR made at Mankata Mills, Minnesota AT REDUCED PRICES. Always on hand. Shipments ar­ rive every two weeks. FLOUR GUARANTEED. Capt. J. I1Clark. ‘ North Cedar Street Mr. Carpenter, U ain’t seen nuthin yet! — unless U have seen T he U nivers­ a l P o rtab le Saw. Individual m ot­ o r, Operates from electric lig h t socket. T he big power, tim e and labor saver for anyonejw lio w orks Jffith wood. / H eight, 34 in . d iam eter o f • saw 8 in . speed 8500VR.P.M.' M achine is equipped w ith 3 • saws-—rip cut-off and extra sm ooth— th a t can be . raised o r. low ered for your, con­ venience., W ill /also tak e ' Dado head. T h e tiltin g 'tab le and g u ard arm m akes saw fool-proof. /V--,/\" I n 'operation a t / Elmer Anderson’s Below F ish H atchery. . F irs t buyer gets real price. Come down and operate yourself. J u s t the thing for contractors to' ta k e on th e job. A Normal Spine Means Healt...

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 — 7 April 1922

VOLUME 61 . \" 'u t o r ic a : flooma MADISON W it * •s' ' tA B Q E S T C IR C D U T IO N IN NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIB., FBID AV , .APRIL 7, 1922 Spring Meeting To Be J id d Next W eek PEES. BOYCE PRESENT W. E. Larson, State Institute Worker, Will Conduot Several . Subjects Fred Baxter Talks ■v On Great Lakes-St. Law­ rence Waterway Teach- ers Urged to be Present' The Spring Teachers’ M eeting w ill be held at the Court H ouse at Stur­ geon^ Bay on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 13, 14, 15. The m eeting w ill start at. 10 a.m., and continue until noon on Saturday. Every \"teacher is expected to be pres- , ent. ... The teachers are fortunate in hav­ ing as the Institute Conductor Mr. W. E. Larson, who is a resident of Door county. Mr.-Larson w as County Sup­ erintendent of Manitowoc county for years, w as a member of the State De­ partm ent for 14 years and last year was principal of the Door-Kewaunee Training School. Since his resigna­ tion there, he has...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 April 1922

Page Twc DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W1B„ APRIL 7, 1022. Wholesome, Delicious Bread and Cakes Nourishing bread baked of the finest bard wheat flour undOr' the most sanitary con­ ditions. —Crisp, tasty cookies and light, fluffy cup cakes that are de­ licious for. the school lunch- !—Chocolate cakes, cocoanut Cakes and pies of every de­ scription that will fairly in the mouth. Fresh Breakfast Rolls de­ livered at your door every morning if ordered the day be- fore. John Schmid Phone 168 f ue* . . Worth Embroidery Art Shop DON’T FAIL TO SEE THE SPRING STOCK WHICH IS NOW ON DISPLAY, stamped and finished Dresses of all sizes. Stamped and finished Table Runners, Pillow Covers. Lunch Bets in, all sizes. Buffet sets to match. All at most wonderful bargains. MRS. C. A. BINGHAM Phone 381-W l i l l l i l i l I h ' i f l l ’ i i ’ I I I H I T W H I P We A id You With the same thoughtful care a member of your o,wn family would give, we arrange all mat­ ters, refraining from undue ex...

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

1 RIGHTED Our Great Savings Throughout The Store Here Are a Few Bargains Womens’Ready-to-Wear ' TRIMMED HATS, $6.50 to $7.50 values.... $4.98 COAT SPECIALS at . . . . . . . . . .$19.75 & $13.85 SUITS SPECIALS a t . . . $19.75 SILK DRESSES, 2 lots at . . . . . . . $18.75 & $13.85 BLOUSES, up to $8.50 values, a t . .$3.98 CHILDREN’S HATS, 3 lots. . . $2.69, $1.98, $1.48 Dry Goods Department 27-inch DRESS GINGHAMS, plain and fancy, yard 14c 32-inch DRESS GINGHAMS, special, yard . . . 23c VOILES and DIMITIES, values to 75c, at. 48c VOILES and DIMITIES, odds and ends. . . . . . . 29c OIL CLOTH, 48 inches wide, yard. . . .. 25c BEACH CLOTH and RATINE (very special). ... . . .44c ALL SILKS, no exceptions, at. . . . . .. 10% OFF ALL DRESS GOODS woolen at. . . . ........ .10% OFF PERCALES, 36 inches wide, light or dark. 1. . . . .19c QUILTING CRETON and CHALLIES, only. . . . 19c LARGE BATH TOWELS, 50c grade . . i . . . . . 39c HUCK TOWELS, nearly 36 inches long. . 1 . . . i5c TABLE D...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 April 1922

F ig o F onr d o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y , w is ,, A p r i l 7, 102a, Don’t dose children’s colds External, Vaporising treatm ent is better and saves upsetting their little stom achs. • . .-There’s a new way to treat ^spasmodic. croup, sore throat, SDre tonsils and other cold • - troubles. It’s a salve that sends ■ its healing vapors right into the : f hose, throat and lungs, and is , absorbed thru the skin, too. , v Not only does this treatment —Vicks VapoRub—save upset- 'y---/vyyyy- .. ting: the children’s stomachs ' . with strong drugs, but you can. ■ - let. them have the needful fresh air day and night. Just rub it on and , * breathe in the vapors Mothers who have tried Vicks certainly seem to prefer this new method. Over 35 million jars have been used since Janu­ ary, 1919. Once tried, Vicks be­ comes a standby in the family medicine cabinet. Vicks is used almost daily in homes' where there are children —for colds, cuts, burns, scalds, brui...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 April 1922

POOH OOPNTY ADVOCATE. STtJBQEON BAY, W18. APRIL 7, 1022. Chicks Brooders Barred Plymouth. Rocks, headed by , Park’s strain, and Sheppard’s fam­ ous Anconas, at 15 cents each. Best ^ laying strain Brown and White Leg­ horns, 13 cents each . Finest Rhode Island Reds, 16 cents each. Hatch ing eggs $5.00 per. 100. Colony Stove Brooder, the most perfect, from J18.00 to $21.00. Most Simple Wickless Brooder from $10 to $22. Sanitary. Hovers $13.50. Meal Mash Feeder for chicks, $1.10, and Best Incubators.- E, J. LaPlant' 1630 Ebn St. Phone 1637 GREEN BAY* AVIS. Our experience is ’ ample and our con­ duct is right.. We are equipped with (the latest scientific [aids and conduct [our duties in ahigh- I ly satisfactory man- Iner. H J. H A H N UNDERTAKER STURGEON BAY, WIS- ^ PHQNE_____ 152-R___ For Decoration Work See M. J. Pivonka • Phone 176-W Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Don’t Get a Boat Until you have obtained information of the boats built at the Stg. Bay Boat Works Our boats are BUILT right and P...

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

COVSTY ADVOCATE, 8TUBGE0N BAY, Wlft, LOCALS Rcbekali Sewing Circle—The Re- bekah Sewing Circle will meet atthe Odd Fellow’s hall on Wednesday, April 12 th. ’ .a ~ W. C. T. U. Meeting—The annual Business meeting of the W. 0. T. U. 'will be held at the home of Mrs. Al­ bert Kalmbach Tuesday afternoon ’ Installing New Fixtures — A. J. Wiost & Co. have Installed some handsome new electrical fixtures in the faim residence of Mr. and Mrs. 1)'. F. Otis In Sevastopol. ■ Cleaning U p-The city ‘‘street ■ Cleaning force has been out ■week and Cedar street and paved streets are being scraped as last’as the snow and ice disappears Woman’s Club — The Woman’s Club will hold their annual meeting and election of officers at the library this afternoon at 2:30. Reports will also be, given. Prof. Abel Cantu, of Chicago, will give a short address. All members are urged to attend. Former Resident Dead—Arthur Gatiic, a former re.'.dent of this city died in Escanaba the foro part of this week, a...

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 — 7 April 1922

POOR OOPNOT ADVOCATE, 6TPRCJBOJS BAY, WI&, APRIL 7, 1022. PERSONALS Peter Knudson,, Ellison Bay, -waa in the city on business Wednesday. Ij. D. Smith was in Milwaukee during the week on a business trip. Mrs. Leona Carmody is vlsitin her sister, Mrs. Ed Neman at Bon'fice, Mich., Mrs. Arnold Resinger went to Hix- ton, Wis., Wednesday to spend a few days with friends. The Misses Louise and Dorothy Ihde spent part of this week visit­ ing relatives in Shawano. ■ Mrs. H. O. Bernhardt and her sis­ ter, Mrs. Louise Powers, spent Wed­ nesday in Green Bay. Dwight Knudsbn has been here this week visiting his parents, Mr. an,d Mrs. H. M. Knudson. Attorney W. E. Wagener returned Monday evening from ^Milwaukee, wh&re he had been on business^ The Misses Mary and Ilattie Rey­ nolds have been in Chicago during the past week visiting relatives. Carl-Anderson of the Anderson Style Shop, was here from Racine a few days this week on business. Mrs. Oscar Hanson and baby left Tuesday for St....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 April 1922

*■«« Eight DOOB OOVNTT AD VOCATE, BTPBGEON BAY, T O , APRIL 7, 1022. East Maplewood Ed. Ellison was a business caller atM aplew ood, Tuesday, Lawson H itt of Sawyer is visiting th e Maplewood school this week. Carl Gigstead, accompanied by Rinut Viste, were business callers at • Sawyer, Thursday. The Agricultural class have taken th e subject of sheep and are now studying about swine. v - : The basket ball game at Maple­ wood was attended b y many people bf East Maplewood. ' This game tjas very interesting. • Jake Kostichka and. Carl Jenner- John transacted business in Maple­ wood Saturday. Likewise Carl Gig­ stead on Tuesday. • Mrs. K nut Roble of our district', likew ise Mrs. Martin Viste and Mrs. Charlie Mathison of Clay Banks were callers at. the Chan M ackey' home, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Birdsall and Mr. and Mrs. Knut Roble of our dis- tritc attended the birthday party at the home of Halver Hovi Monday, evening at Clay Banks. Miss Conley, superintendent . of schools...

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 — 7 April 1922

a p r i l I V M traw o • i f f s rss&m , N o . 6 ,!~i C^umd*a ' ignitoR' U-XtTE^ The world’s most famous dry battery. Used where group o f individual cells is needed. Fahnestock Spring C lip B inding Posts at no extra charge Columbia Dry Bat- , . teries work better ‘ and last longer —for bells and buzzer* —for thermostats --for gas engines —for ignition on the F o ri while starting. —for dry battery light- idg in closet, cellar, . ' garret, barn, etc. - x Colombia Dry Batteries a rt universally used because— Tfaey cost sp little, are so easy to ob- . tain, are so powerful, and last so long. . That’s why they are used everywhere for every battery need. It’s why dealers i all around,you carry Cplumbias to meet your deminds-—electricians, hardware stores, general stores, auto supply shops, garages, implement dealers For doorbells, buzzers, heat regulators alarms, etc for gas engine and tractor ignition for quick starting ignition on non-self-starting Fords for every pur­ pose, alw...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 April 1922

Pa«e Tea' DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT.- Wlfl^ APRIL ?, 1022. {Special Bulletin, Department ot Plant Pathology, University ot W isconsin] CONTROL OF CHERRY: LEAF SPOT IN DOOR COUNTY \\ , BY G. W. KEITT AND.L. K. JONES Loaf Spot is tlie most serious disease of the cherry in Wisconsin. It is cause'd by a fiingus parasite which sometimes attacks the fruit 'tod: fruit stems as well as tlie leaves. The fungus lives in the diseased parts of the cherry in the summer and passes the winter in the dead leaves on the ground. In the spring, from its position in these old leaves, it produces spores (“ winter spores”) which are shot into.the air. Some of these lodge on living cherry leaves. .Here they germ­ inate, grow into the leaf j nd produce the disease. : On the under sur­ faces of the resulting spots, small Vblisters? usually,develop. These break open, and a whitish material oozes*out. This is made up of another kind of spore (“ summer spores”) which spread the disease very rapidly...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 April 1922

POOR OOUNTV ADVOCATE, STPBOEOS BAY, W lfl„ APRIL 7, 1922. Mr. Carpenter, U ain’t seen nuthin yet! — unless U have seen The Univers­ al Portable Saw. Individual mot­ or, operates from electric light socket. The big power, time and labor saver for anyone (who works with wood. Height, 34 in. diameter of saw 8 in. speed 3500 R.P.M. Machine is equipped with 3 saws— rip, cut-off and extra smooth— that can be raised or lowered for your con­ venience. Will also take . Dado head. The tilting table and guard arm makes saw fool-proof. ' In operation aft Elmer Anderson’s Below PIslj Hatchery. First buyer gets real price. Come down and operate yourself. Just the thing for contractors to take on the Job. A Normal Spine Means Health NOW ABOUT YOURS? 'AFFECTIONS OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWN0 MRTS tW 6E CAUSED BY NERVeS IMPlNOeO AT THE SPINE BY A SUSLUXATED VERTEBRA Chiropractic (SPIN A L) Adjustments Will KS2, Remove the\" Cause of UU6S SOWXL CSMITAL OKSAKI TOOK** ISOS The illustration shows. FREE and ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 April 1922

DOOR COCSTV ADVOCATE. BIEKiEtf-S BAX. WIH., A i‘IU L ,7. llia s . MAKE BIG MARCH RECORDS Cow s In B oth N orth and South Door ’ C ounty A ssociations M ake Good Show ing P a s t M onth _ C u rin g th e m onth of M arch CS cbw s m ade over 40 pounds of b u tte r fa t. F re d S^orber has the h ig h cow Tyhich produced over one ton of • ' m ilk , 2124 lbs. of m ilk and 74.3 lbs. o f b u tte r fat. T his cow m ilked up to 70 lbs. a day. This is the highest . m ilk record m ade to date. The cow !was fed th e follow ing ratio n : 40 Tbs . silage, 10 lbs. of hay and straw w ith ‘ 17 lbs. concentrate. Jo e H aberlie had th e highest herd, 898 lbs. of m ilk, 44.7 lbs of b u tter fa t. F red Sperber had second lilgh- e s t w ith 1184 lbs., of m ilk and 41.7 H enry Z ettel B ros___ Geo. B agnall— Jo h n Sargent... N. J . Pope- lb s, of fat. Follow ing are the nam es and rec­ ord s of th e cows Which produced m o re th an 40 pounds, of b u tte r fat, as, subm itted by., Jo h n Severson, of­ f...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 April 1922

VOLUME 61 LARGEST CIRCULATION IS NORTHEASTERN, WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY. .APRIL 14, 1922. Orica 1 Rooins MADISON W IS num ber Tragic Death of Clifford FATAL TRIP ACROSS ICE Rudolph Erickson’s Heroic At- tempt In Reaching Shore Thru Slnfih Ice To Get Aid For ’ His Companion—Boys Crossed Ice From Cham­ bers Island Clifford- H anson, eighteen-year-old son. o f Sam H anson, assistan t light­ house k eep er a t C ham bers Island, lo st h is life by drow ning S aturday w hile try in g to m ake shore from th e icfy on th e n o rth side of F ish C reek . in th e state park. Loss of th e young m an’s life cam e w hen help w as w ith­ in a few m inutes of him , an d w as one of th e saddest drow ning acci­ dents having occurred on th e penin­ su la fo r years. Clifford H anson, and R udolph E rickson, who w ere em ployed for th e D ennett estate on C ham bers Is land, le ft th e island S aturday m orn ing w ith a h and sleigh to go across th e ice, abo u t seven m iles, to F ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 April 1922

Every drop affords protection. Noi 6 DISINFECTANT Should * 0 In your home. More disinfecting power for your money-—No. 6 Disinfectant for house­ hold use, live stock, poultry, etc. It Is SIX TIMES STRONGER THAN CARBOLIC ACID and much SAFER to use. The bottles aro sealed with th e ue\\y cork-less seal and are ex­ trem ely convenient to open and clOBe. \"No. 6 Disinfectant\" is a “Pure- test” product. „ 4-oi.' 8-oz. 16-dz. bottles. Woerfel’s Drug Store SAWYER, WIS. In Time of S tr e s s Because we are called on for aid and advice in the deepest hour of need, we would feel ourselves unworthy of our calling if we did not do all in our power to relieve yop of trying details and arrange­ ments. You need only ’phone us We w ill take entire charge of all m atters, carefully following your suggestions in every respect. : ANDREW SLOAN 1 SAWYER, WIS. Phones 135-R 185-W . Lady Assistant Modern Auto Hearse Worth Embroidery Art Shop DON’T PAIL TO SEE THE SPRING STOCK WHICH IS NOW ON DISPLAY. S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 April 1922

M : l DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. W IS., A PR IL 14, 1022. IT IS FACT 2 and not theory, • | ‘ that every drop | of rich, nourishing is readily utilized b y ' the system in build­ ing up strength Scott £Bowne, Bloomfield. N. J. ‘ ■ALSO THAT- KM fQIOS I -. - (Tablets o r Granules) / RELIEVE' .IN D IG E ST IO N _ l 20-11 sic DUNIiAP a n d W 4 H F M J Strawberry Plants S tate Inspected, grow n on new g rean d from im ported stock— $1.00 p e r 100 $7.00 p er 1000. , (Large C u rra n t an d G ooseberry B ushes— 35 cents each. R ed R aspberries o r B lackberries — 4 cents each $3.50 p er 100, Tw o-year-old B lack R aspberries— 15 cents each. Trices on la rg e r lots. P hone 640-F-6. Wm. Bauemfeind STURGEON BAY, W IS., R . H. 1. Don’t Get a Boat Until you-have obtained information of the boats built at the Stg. Bay Boat Works Our boats are BUILT right and PRICED .right. We now have a supply of special Cedar built boats that ean be used for rowing or for tut board motors. - Very ...

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 — 14 April 1922

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STPBflEON BAY, V nfl., APRIL 14, 1022. USE SLOAN’S TO EASE LAME BACKS Yachescan’t OU do your best when your back and every muscle with fatigue. Apply Sloan's Liniment freely, with­ out rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative glow of warmth and comfort. Good for rheumatism, neuralgia, Sprains and strains, aches and {wins. ' sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and the after effects of weather exposure. For forty years pain's enemy. Ask your neighbor. Keep Sloan’s handy. \\ At all druggists—35c, $1.40. Sloa70c, Liniment Pain’s enem HhfTTj H. IHDE’S DRUG STOKE Mr. Carpenter, U ain’t seen nuthin yet! — unless U have seen The Univers­ a l Portable Saw. Individual m ot­ or, operates from electric light socket. The big power, time and labor saver tor'anyone iwho works with wood. Height, 34 in. diameter of saw 8 in. speed 3500 R.P.M. Machine is equipped, with 3 saws— rip, cut-off and extra smooth—pthat can be raised or lowered for your con­ venience. Will also take Dado h...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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