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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 January 1919

lWOtf O Q ira^ APVOCAm BXPBOKO» BAY, W is,, JANUARY 10,19lg, II M »4 M t l W + rM M M M M I M I+frK M M I I I 11111114 I HOW S' CONOERNDfG PEOPLE YOU KNOW. ' M 4 M M M I I I § » »»» ♦• I I H • Beret®, Peters left Tuesday for Chl- c ag o o n a week|d business trips\" : - Augustus Stephans of Jacbaonport wtfii in thei’city on business Wednes­ day* *■'a---:- ■ \"a . o Aug. Fenske of Algoma was tran­ sacting business in the city Wednes- . day. • B. J. Keith is enjoying a visit from his mother, who arrived Saturday evening. _ ' - Miss Blanche Peterson entertained a number of friends qt her home last evening. ...... Henry Fetzer transacted business in - Milwaukee during - Present. we|k. Mrs.- Willisin, Bernhardt is up and about againi after an attack* 6! la grippe. ' jfrrs. Joseph W olter/left Saturday fo r Sheb&ygab'to1 attend the funeral of a friend. A. T. Harj-is. and daughter Miss Dorothy spen^Saturday in Green Bay on business and pleasure. Mrs. N. Z. Wagoner arriv...

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 — 17 January 1919

fu r CMrty Advocate J M m l at tbs Poztofflcs a t Sturgson , 0a?, Wla, u sscond-ckus roattsr. nnanDiT •nr OMMty ftMbUag CMpQ IXOOHPORATID ' Address all communications to Door County Advocate. SabscrlptioBi Price, 93.00 per Tear. h •rderinjc address changed, the old a avail aa the new addreaa ahonld he IflW* 8TURGE0N BAY, WIS., JAN. 17. Every Inch American. The passing of Col. Roosevelt leaves a void in the life of the Nation -that cannot be filled. His personality was unique, his direct method of ob­ taining results may be said to be dharacteristic of no other man of his time, and his originality of thought and action stamped him as a man Unite apart from his fellows. It is not too much to say that no citizen ot-the United States since the time of Lincoln hts left his impression upon the country as has Roosevelt. He was ■typically American. His advocacy of what he himself termed \"the strenu­ ous life,’’ and his practicaly applica­ tion of that mode of living to him-: self, mad...

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 — 17 January 1919

CM«t» Ageilt M. B.Gtfi Pre- tionsToCXIcfccn Rtiser*. should H atch early Hatched Pallets Begin to L»y W h® EggPricos Are H ip est end Have Advantage of Ia sg - . . flWHfaig Season — Early Hatching One Tear Wfll . Make it Easier Next . Beacon. .The following Poultry notes are edited 'from, material sent oat from Madison by M. B. Sibole, Extension Poultry Husbandman, XT. S. Dept, of A m ' HATCH EARLY. \" ’ Early hatched pullets properly grown and matured will begin to lay duringthe fall and ealy winter when m m . oauled• -*» jilwtewta*wrV d F & l& X %K$ :« , tp rtN * : befort the severe Void wiUi the lin t division. la fcto S* weether aeti in, it is more difficult to tremely interesting JetterR olnnd get them tostart. laying. ' i tells of manyqf the battles which he weather 1* hard on HtJwent through. As this is the first tie chit**. Every experienced pool- letter .’which has been received froin try man knows that thedanger point Private Gabert in some time. Hra. in the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 January 1919

^ ?\"‘ « k _ f* .'l 3..'jM *2 ReftTOd to Highway Committee Nov, To th e C ounty B oard: Bowl Supervisors j&&?. -R (Continued' from Pago 4) *PV being furnlslma l^ e g l^ Y o r m . EDWARD ROSCOE ' ' GEO. D. FELLOWS Committee Adopted Nov 21, 1918. lioftorabloCpunty Board of Door C ounty:' Gentlemen:— Wo. the undersigned, humbly petition your Honorable Body for atd In bulld- fuB two (2) bridges In the Town of . Union one, to bo a six-foot span and the other to be a four-foot span same to be tn tllt according to plans and spoclflca- tlons furnished by the State Highway Commission, to cost $1000.00. Chairman, Town of Union. . ' GEO. J. DeKEYSER, 1J18 - Approved by the Road and Bridge Oommtttee this ^ d ^ N o v e m b e r . ' Committee. Referred to Highway Committee Nov. 21, m s. Tto°th^llonorable County Board of Door '■ County: Gentlemen:— '• , , ■ , We, the undersigned, humbly petition your honorable .Body for aid in build- to g three (3) bridges and a four-foot Culvert on t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 January 1919

. '*• . - f '- -\" : V -: - - * • *' ~ ‘ V DooBOomrrr adtogaivj, iiB # W j ^ B M ^ H ^ WB^ JAinJAlff 17,' 1810. PlNC*. B ell i , P h LUawa F°r Women, Misses and n ilD D c rS Children, all styles of heels, * 1 I low or storpi tops, all sizes, while they la st.... ___ 73c WOMEN’S FINE SHOES $7.60 and$&50SHOES—the season's new- o v (m ts - all shades Including gray, browu, tan and black, all sizes and widths ’6.35 Women’s $6J0 Shoes—fine gun metal or black kM, low, medium or high heel, quite an exceptional buy for anyone— ’5.15 lair the John Moore-family, who hare Joist passed through -a .siege of the $««•\" City Treasurer ArnoId Langemak spends all of his tim e a t the clty^Hall these days receiving1 tax moneys. - John Monflls and Benny M urray of Forestville spent several hours here Tuesday attending to some business m atters. -The pony th a t was raffled for th e benefit of the Red Cross a t Haines- viHe became the -property of F orest Mlcketeon. ^ - Misses Verna and Hazel Je...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 17 January 1919

Money on Shingle Roofs You can protect your crops, stock and house- roofing. It will outwear shingles, tin, tar or furnishings much better with out high-grade steel roofs and is wind-tight too. No cracks or spaces forNthe snow to drift in and rain can’t soak through it. Fireproof as well. Let us give you an estimate, on what it will cost you to get this excellent protection on . your buildings. Barker Lumber & Fuel Co. STURGEON BAY, WIS. i » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ! ♦ I ♦ H W W » W » f W W » W J.G.OLLINGER THE INSURANCE HAN REAL. ESTATE AND LOANS• STURGEON BAY, WIS.1 FIRE IS YOU R PPvOPERlYS G R E A T E S T F O E THE VALUE Of Our Gold, Silver, Copper and Petroleum Output is Exceeded by the Total Annual Fire Loss of the United States! The almost fabulous wealth created by the TH C 0 former* r u t h 1 e s s 1 y f ROM destroyed by thelatter! Sf “Behold how great a --^PETRO lf^ matter k 1 i t tie fire ‘& s-£afj\\ kindleth.” ' V See us about your FIRE INSURANCE It C...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 January 1919

'VOLUME 57 rf? r n u m b er 44 STORWOH S*V ADVOCATE CONSOLIE&TED BOOB OO0HT7 DEMOCRAT U B G E S T C U U jrLATTOM I N N O R T H E A ST ER N W I W ISCO N SIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 WM After Lapse of Few Weeks More Local People Succumb To “ Flu.” DEATHS FROM INFLUENZA F ra n k Bobo, Mrs. AI. Osmnson and Gladys Rhode Answer Call— All Three Died Suddenly—W ere W ell Known and Liked—Be­ reaved Have Community’s Sympathy. W ithin, the past week Death has «ome: to a number of homes in the dlty. For the first, time in several weeks there have been a number of deaths caused by influenza. ► , F rank Bebo . R e la tiv e and friends were “greatly shocked on hearing of the death of Frank Bebo which resulted Sunday morning a t 12:30 a. m. Mr. Bebo w as taken ill on Monday w ith in- fiuepza and immediately took to his bed. He continued to' grow worse after, pneumonia set in and finally passed away at the time stated above. F rank Bebo was born In Wallace, ■Michigan, March 1...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 January 1919

gJL uo o b oottNTg a d v o c a t e sturgeon , 5 Alexander Lawson's Death Oc­ curred at His Forestville Home Sunday. LIVED TO BE NEARLY 94 Healthy and Active Up To Withiii Short Time of His Death— Was G reat-Grandfather of Twenty- Six Children and Seventeen G randchildren. Alexander Lawson, the oldest resi­ dent in Door county, died at the home of his son W illiam in the town of Forestville, Sunday m orning,'January 19, at the age of 93 years and six m onths, having been born in- Glas­ gow, Scotland, August 1st, 1825. It •was only during: the past yeaf that he became too feeble to make frequent \"visits among his relatives and many friends in Sawyer and Sturgeon Bay. and only became helpless during tile past six weeks. In 1847 Mr. Lawson sailed from his native land to seek a home in Amer­ ica. Transportation across the At­ lantic in those days was not as rapid as it is now, it taking the brig ‘‘Sea Bird,” on which Mr. Lawson had tak­ en passage, sixty-two days to make the trip....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 January 1919

W V w n MDWOCmWBf CountyAgentGoff Reports Much interest Being Shown by ' Fanners of Door Co. AFTER BETt F b H E R D S Many Farmers Have Decided to Bet* teir 3^tdr Herds by Replacing the - Scnib With * the Pure Bred. Question t e a Matte? of Dol­ lars and Cents For the I Fanners. ttdtit in the d a u g h k w io f t ta t h e herd. This lS not an lsolsted exjerl- Once, but can be'repeated times with* out number right In Door County. OW FISH ARE DIVIDEDFigures WISONSIN CONSERVATION COM. DIVISION OF FISHERIES Fish and Game Within the State Are the Property of the People. The. Door County Better Livestock Campaign is a winner. Much Inter­ est Is being shown by farmers. Re- queatpf or assistance in securing bulls still come in, and the demands are not confined alone to bulls. Mr. Walde- m ar Faggerstrom of Sister Bay is lodging for a Holstein sire for his hefd and the Sturgeon Bay F ru it Co. are ' planning on securing a number of grade Holstein cows from pretty good backing. The Clark Fa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 January 1919

£ * £ ' Advocate E n tered a t th e Postotnce a t Sturgeon Bay, W ld., a s second-class m atter. PUBLISH*!) BT Dow County PidbBstdng Company IHOORPORAtBD Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year, t a o rd erin g addreaa ch a n g ed , th e old u w rit a s t h e s e n a d d ress sh on ld b e g iv en STURGEON BAY, WIS., JAN. 24. Co-Operation. The annual meeting of the Door County Union of. tho A. 9. of E. held last Saturday afternoon was ample proof of what can be accomplished by co-operation. W hile the Door county branch has been organized and working but twelve months It has laid the founda­ tion for what promises to become a strong organization that w ill benefit the farmers of Door county, and by careful artd conservative guidance will be a bneilt to all business inter­ ests of the county. For complete success co-operation must be extended beyond the produc­ er, and include the consumer. It must extend beyond individuals, and or­...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 January 1919

t . . . . . ' HltmiMt HW««»M i m m m m m i m i i i ......... Most Compelling CASH SALE Since the Pre-War Days N O W ■ W K K M S S REDUCING Prices during this sale are regardless of cost as the only aim is to SELL! SFIH SELL! and cut our present stock in half. You never saw such prices in recent years Silks & Dress Materials 36 inch Silk Poplin, in 5 shades— black -navy, green, taupe and pur­ ple, per yard d* -| A Q only . . , ..................... 42 inch Serge for dresses, etc., black, myrtle, plum O Q and brown, per yard. 27 inch Flannelette, in dark colors, all good patterns, per \"IQ ** yard (10 yd. lim it)..,.. A * /V New Kimono Crepe, live patterns, a good variety of colors—rose, blue, nile, lavender, maize and tan, per yard... 34c 36 inch Bleached Muslin- special, per yard .... (10 yard limit) -very. ANY ARTICLE HERE ADVERTISED IS GUARANTEED TO BE STANDARD QUALITY PROM OUR REGULAR STOCK, NOT BOUGHT FOR SALES PURPOSES AND OF LESSER QUALITY. DO NOT JUDGE THE VALUE BY ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 January 1919

^N teSix DOOR COUNT* ADVOCATE, STURGEON BA** WHk» JANUARY 24, 1010, -\\ - ^ - - _ mamm AR SOUVENIR LOGAES installed Officers—The Rebekalr lodge served a six o’clock supper at' th eirh all Tuesday evening, after which officers recently elected for the ensuing year, tvere installed. Cantata—The Congregational Sun­ day school will give a cantata “Depict tag Armenians -Refugee Life,” Sun­ day evening, Jan. 26, at 7:30, at the church. The offering taken will he given to the Armenian Relief fund. Red Cross Meeting—There will bo Rad Cross annual meeting Wednes day, January 29tli, at the high school building. This meeting should have been held a month or more ago, but doe to the flu ban was postponed from time to time. It is important th a t as many as possible be present a t the meeting called, for next Wed­ nesday. Mild Weather—The mild weather continues, mercury being above the freezing point most'- of the week, and what little snow there was is now nearly all gone. Heavy fogs and mi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 January 1919

WWBjCCT^CT, At)VOCATE,8TUROKOyBAy ♦444M 4«M «4M M » 444M 4»44 I H M t * M U M M U U m M » J P E l t S O N A i , M E N T I O N NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW ♦ H U I I W H W M W I U * ******************** H H I l ll D. S. Long made a business trip to Milwaukee during the present week. Chas. Greisen is in Chicago during the present week on a business trip. Matt Roeser of Sister Bay was in the city Tuesday transacting busi­ ness/ County Treasurer Kmil Miller took a run over to his home in Forestville Tuesday a f t e r n o o n . v . Peter Klein took a run over to Maplewqod Tuesday afternoon tr a t­ tend to some business. . V . Oster Smith of Ephraiih 'was in the 'City on business ^e^nesday. Likewise Harvey Carlson- of’JacksonT port -. t). I. McDonald this week took a run down the ake shore ports as far as Milwaukee in the interests of The Marine Advocate. . . . Charley Strain- Went up to Green Bay, Tuesday afternoon to spend the ensuing several days. visiting rel­ at...

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 — 24 January 1919

ra c tiu e tJ o w e n t^nln'ng their Beit all the lime is the Chief Basinets , of the Blae Grass Belles. The Secret of Their Beauty -V 4v It \"is health, robust health, that is responsible for the Kentucky Kiri’s good looks. If she gets sick, she proceeds to get well. Possessed of health, she knows that personal charm and attractiveness need not wolry. They are hers. That Is the secret.resp T he sto ry of Mrs. H attie H am il­ ton, 817 M yrtle Avenue, Latonia, ing th at their son Edwin, an old Co. P man, had arrived in New York. Charles Anderson, who is spend­ ing the winter in' Chicago, is heer iookng up pound-netistakes this week. His family will move back here about March 1st. Word was received here on Thurs­ day of last week, stating th at Roy Elquist had died of the Flu. The Elquists own a farm at Newport but are spending the w inter in Chicago. K entucky, Is typical. She says: \"I have never In all my life, u n til re ­ cently, w eighed over 102 pounds. F inally, X began t...

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 — 24 January 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. . M t WlR, JANUARY SHt, 1910 P«i»siai to Get HE wax-wrapped sealed package With WRfGLEV’S upon it is a guar­ antee of quality. The larfifest chewing- gum factories in the world—the largest selling gum ta the world: that is what WPJCLEVS means. SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT 17 The Flavor Lasts! J.G.OLLINGEB T H E INSURANCE MAN ■fe.V'IM • O ■ REAL ESTATE INLAND LOANS 0 s t u r g e o n bay,w is B U H S B Well Might the United States be Called The Land of Fire! • • Our Illustration Shows Some Startling Figures! FIRE WASTE-IN THE U .S . PER ANNUM $215,000,000 s PER MINUTE .00 PER HOUR *2.5.000 The Figures Suggest Some Startling Possibilities! See Us About Your Fire Insurance! County CLAY BANKS. A bo social will be held in Dist. No. on Friday, Jan. 31.' Miss Anna Stenerson was the guest of Mrs. Ofccar Jolinsrud Monday. . Our High School students spent the week end with their parents here. A baby boy gladdened the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cihlar on Friday. Chan Schu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 24 January 1919

V l t T m l n ’’__________ .____________________ I POOKOOCTTrAPfOCATB. gTURGEOS 'BAT. W1B- JM U jU tT M , H H . 1 ' or tivery company F Officer On Casualty List I t w as not only the nam es of the p riv a te s of Com pany F th a t appeared 3b th e casualty lists, th eir officers r^9i*vtng borne th e brurit of battles as wrell. The above picture shows the ’3bree commissioned officers of the UDoor County-Algoma g u ard com- 3 any taken a t the tim e the organiza­ tio n w as in training here. Reading :Trom le ft to. rig h t they are Capt. E. -!B. Reynolds, 1st L ieutenant Ralph E. EPerry, 2nd L ieut. H aney .Ih en feld t. 'C aptain Reynolds, a son of Mr. and Hfps. Ed. 'Reynolds of this city- ■ was prom oted to acting-M ajor early in tlie sum m er of 1918 and was gassed be­ fore the hostilities ceased. 1st Lieut. Perry, son of ex-Senator and Mrs. Mel. P erry of Algoma, was prom oted to a captaincy this last fall and on November 11, the last day of the w ar, was seriously wounded. H ...

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 — 31 January 1919

.............................. ' I y ‘ ' VOLUME 57 BAY ADVOCATE-----CONSOLIDATED— DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT \"jUMBER 45 STURGKON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31,1919 IEATHS DURING WEEK Mrs. Ellis Klinkenberg Of This City Well KnownlLady Vic- tim'of Influenza. DEATH OF AUSTIN OWEN Mrs. Alonzo Dickenson Dies at Her Home in Nasewaupee From Ap­ oplexy—Mild Winter Unfavor- . K able to the Health of the Health conditions in dooi1 county een ■ most unfavorable during the present mild, winter, and while. settled in the town of Sturgeon Bay. Deceased ia surpvived by his, wid­ ow, one daughter, Mrs. R. L. Wach- ter of Chicago, William, who. recent- returned from Camp Nicholas, Misa., and Donald, who were present at the funeral. Those who attended from outside parts were Mr. and Mrs. Jarchow and Mr. and Mrs. Feldt. Mr. Owetj was a man possessed 6f good and generous disposition, well liked by his neighbors, always ready and willing to help those who needed neighborly act of kindness. He was member...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 January 1919

f ______ DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTURGEON BAY, WIB., JANUARY 81, 1010. Sawyer News. O b itu a r y . Henry Joseph Simon, oldst son of \"3®r. and Mrs. Eugene Simon, wub \"Stem at Gardner, Wis., Oct. 3, 1877, OHttd resided in Door Co. until the age •Â£59 21, For the past 18 years lie has a n c le liis home in S. F.. Cal., where £*» ■was m arried several years ago. W aning his residence in California he ^S low ed structural iron work and ^tafli been employed upon many of ^~S3s» largest buildings and bridges in \"•S. P . and vicinity. H r. Simon met with an accident \"-which resulted in instant death, on ~~% eo. 17, 1919,'w hile engaged In hte vxsoal work and the bo*dy was brought h e m e for burial, • accompanied by -Wrs. Simon. H r. Simon was a man of many '-starling qualities, loved and respect- -ad by all who knew him. Aiwa: vwady to lend a helping hand, to offer :*ftindly word to any one in trouble ^passessed of a most unselfish and ''Madly disposition and a mind whose ^broadnes...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 January 1919

PO O R COUNTY AD VOCATE. STURGEON BAY, W IS.. JANUARY 81, 1919. P ag e T to afe WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Help to Pass the Crisis Safe* ly—Proof that Lydia E. Pink* ham’s Vegetable Compound . Can be Relied Upon. Urbana,IH.—“ D aring Change of Life, in addition to its annoying symptoms, I had an attack of grippe which lasted [all w inter and ieft me in a weakened ! condition. I fe lt a t tim es th a t I would t never be well again. I read of Lydia E .’ iPinkham ’s V e ge­ l t a b 1 e Compound and w hat it did for women throughi of Life, so I told my doctor I would try i t I soon began to gain in s tr e n g t h and the annoying s y m p to m s d is ­ appeared and your Vegetable Compound has made me a well, strong woman ro I do all my own housework. I cannot recommend Lydia E. Pinkham ’s Vege-» table Compound too highly to womer ' passing throughjthe Change of Life.\" “ -M rs. F r a n k H enso n , 1316 S. Orchade S t , U rbana, 111. Women who suffer from nervousness, “ h eat flashes,”...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 31 January 1919

S . ' tftoge Four DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, HTUKGKON IM I, WUk. JANUARY 81. IM S . ■\"■ 1 \" ' ■— — - » ... , JIMMY SMITH World's Greatest Bowler Tuesday, Feb. 4th Afteriieon and Evening STRADUNG’S BILLIARD AND BOWLING ROOMS i ————— _________ * Also Algoma City Team vs. Sturgeon Bay City Team ADMISSION 50c Tickets good for afternoon and evening DON’T PURCHASE A T R A C T O R without seeing the M O L I N E W e carry a full line of Moline Farm Implements MARTIN JENSEN Sawyer, Wis. LOCALS 'No Quorum: Present—The Red Cross meeting which was to have been held Wednesday evening was postponed until this Friday evening at 7:30 o’clock, at which time elec­ tion of officers will take place. Street Sprinkler Out—The streets became so dusty th at the city street sprinkler w as-brought out yesterday and the streets sprinkled. Snow plows are usually in operation Jan­ uary 30tli In place of street sprinkl­ ers. Breaks Nose—Eton Tufts, son of Mrs. Minnie Tufts of Sawyer, had the misfortune! t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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