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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 March 1919

‘ •' ' ■ ■ • ‘ ' ! - s ' ' riissjsmaress—: ■ \\ V o lu m e •''■■:'■■ • . ' ' ■ - 7 J '' ■*- t ■ .* - . i . - .--■ -'• ’ '..--T. ■ \" - ‘- i - - ' ■ STUBGEOlf BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DOOB (BOUNTY DEMOCRAT LARG EST CIRCOXiATIOS IN N O RTH EA STERS WISCONSIN oi'uai Sooma ' NUMBER 51 maoison m s STUBGKON BAT, WIS., FRIDAY, MARCH 14,1919. IVOCAtfe is TUB O FFIC IA L CITY AND COUNTY R ^ged Navigator Passes Away At His Home Saturday Morning. SAILOR FOR FORTY YEARS Was In, Navy During Civil Wav. Be­ came Captain in 1870. .Was Well Known Figure on Bakes. : - Retired in 1910—Kept 1 fa Touch With Marine . Matters ■ VERDICT “ NOT GUILTY” The Jury in the case of Miss Eula­ lia Massart, being tried for arson, brought in a verdict of “Not Guilty\" last' evening, the case being on trial since last Tuesday. The case went to the Jury at si* o’clock after Assis­ tant States Attorney John Baker bad delivered the closing address far tho state and Judge Graass had ad­ mo...

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 March 1919

p o o r c o u n ty a d v q c a t o s tp b c to w r a ^ . Wm, m a r c h 14. 1010. •Sp* Sawyer News. AN OLD RESID EN T DEAD n em ard Courier D ed Tiiwday, Aged 62 Years—-Lfrcd Hero “• 42 Years. Bernard Goerler passed away on Tuesday at bis home in Sawyer otter * severe illness due to a complica­ tion Of diseases. He was born in fiaxony, Germany, Dec. 16. 1856, and •came to America when a lad of 17 years. In 1877 he camo to Door ■county and has always made his home In Sawyer. Alter being employed in -various occupations for several years b e engaged in the hotel business in \"which he continued for. some twenty Years. Thirteen yars ago he es­ tablished the restaurant and store ■business which has been very suc- , cessfully carried on by himself and wife. On April. 14, 1884, he was mar- -fled to Maria Wegman of Forestvllle, ■who survives, together with one son, Ben E. Goerler, of New York City,, and Mrs. A. M. Bursen, of Sawyer. The funeral will be held this Fri- day afternoon a...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 March 1919

t r a d e m a r k . — I I I I I » I I i i m i The City o f i O O D R I C H Akron,Ohio romen f e r e J u s t ioing to V ote the last days of ’pmpeii, whfen Ve- I suvius blew up, and spoiled everything. p's a wise thing for ladies—and gentle- . i men—to be safe- * guarded against | blow ups and blow § outs, especially | whenspinningalong ^ a country road. id the best' pro- j teetion against blow 1 outs is Goodrich Silvertow n Cord Tires, those hand­ some, powerful tires/ you see on most smart cars— ?he tires with the T w in , R ed -D ia ­ m on ds on th e sidewall. Jilvertown’s cable- cord body is immune to ordinary puncture. [Silvertown Cords also give a special ease, elegance, and econ­ omy, unmatched by other tires, and ren­ der the full S erv­ ice Value of all Goodrich Tires. j B uy Goodrich T ires from a Dealer 'BEST IN THE LONG RUN' Reunionof Co. F .Boys in Germany On Monday the Advocate received the letter below from Sergeant Major John :C. Acker telling, of a reunion hea...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 March 1919

■' • i • - • - ■ ^ . . - . Keeps ,^5§sSSSS5 Your f i s t Stove Shining Bright ................... BUSINESS DIRECTORY DR. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1 1404 MajeBtlc Building MILWAUKEE. WI9. M 1 DBi T. 0. PROCTOR „ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON /Offices over Door County State Bank, 'it I STURGEON BAY, WIS. N. N. STRAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A. WOERFEL DENTIST Across street from Drug Store.- ( . SAWYER. WIS. ^ DR. J. J. CURTIN * PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. M STURGEON BAY Public Debts, Then and Now. How horribly expensive the war has been one does not realize until he compares the present military outlay with that of preceding wars The total cost of the war to all belliger­ ents, Central powers, entente and the United States combined, is now esti­ mated at $179,000,000,000. To this staggering sum the kaiser’s side con­ tributed $69,419,000,000 and the al­ lies and the United States $119,581,- 000,000. The ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 March 1919

G: iffMS ^P'fK xou little rascal—played along the way, didn't you? Kept grandma waiting I Oh well, it’s all tight. Because CALUMET BAKINO POWDER is always right. - It’s \\vorti. waitimf for. Always we! come. Never ehirka its work. Never falls. Never come. s . wastes minutes or materials and I know it's -pure and wholesome, as Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Eood Authorities You save when you buy it—you save icheh you use it, HIGHEST » SSgSBSB important subjects will be Aitcuued, It will be held by Prof. Bnllock and M. B, Goff. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gtgsted ar­ rived here on a visit last-week. Mrs. GlgBtedia a daughter of Mr. and Mn. George Nelson of Jaekaon Harbor and this is the first-visit home since the marriage of Mabel and Oscar last fall. . A contest by all.of the schools of the county in getting subscribers for the-bulletin 'was landed by district No. 2, Detroit Harbor, Miss Anna Sig- urdson, teacher. The prize was a lot of ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 March 1919

DOOM a p v o u a m , tm m u ao a b a » . mm 14,1010. LOCALS —_-r-r__ .-—,____ tev.Gattfe will c c m d « ^ ^ rrto ll-ik l ‘thd l£ P. hall next Sunday morning a t 10:30. T n te o iitn g Shop— John Klause has leased th e south store, room in the F alk building and has opened a vulcanizing shop. E toe Ice Boating—Owners -of ice tooats a re having some very fine sport •orth of the ship yard where the ice rem ains firm. There is a large field of smooth ice extending out to Green hey-which gives a four-mile course. * Mickey -— Manager W elting an­ nounces th a t he has arranged for the Showing of the special feature film, Mickey, on March 18. Mable Nor- mand plays the title role and this alone assures the public that the pro­ duction is far above the average. B ight Year Old Child Dies —Dor­ othy, the eight year did daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Charles ^Shyer, died on Thursday of last week^iieath being due to lobar pneumonia: The Soy- ers have been having more than their ■hare of bard...

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 — 14 March 1919

Hii! i ^ j g g a g a m m M M i M EN TIO N / \" an N0TE8 CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW FOJfc SALB—Scotch Collies, v Shepherd pupa, .from pedigreed stock. N icely, m arke& ua P h o n o -6 3 1 -F -6 . JOSEPH fPE U T SC S.eaT F yerp, T. L •. 5 1 5tw4 NEWBY # ♦ « » « I M I I I M W W H W M 1 1 1 1 f I r-- ' Itn.\" Peter Peters' went to Green Bap Tuesday/ / . • / / . Joseph .Schauer spent Saturday at Hdw FrankCn, returning that even- *hg. ■' Arthur Teweles and Mr. and Mrs. I. Braudels left for Milwaukee Thurs­ day. ■■ Mr. abd Mrs. tVm. J. R-ibinson ot Jacksonport wore In the city'Tuesday, on business. Mrs. August Brann and son of Bal* ■lays Harbor were In the city Monday on business. Robert Cornish, Jr., left Monday morning for Green Bay, where he wlll.be employed. \" J - County Agent M. B. Goff assisted In conducting a farmers meeting at Green Bay Tuesday. / ■ Charles Anderson and Efdw. New­ man of Ellison Bay were In the city op busines Tuesday. Mrs. S. R. Stradllng was...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 March 1919

Nearly everybody in Knoxville, ♦enn., especially railroad people, know Captain F. 8. Patty, tor twelve years district passenger agent lor the Northern Pacific railroad, with local .offices in Chattanooga and gen­ eral offices in S t Paul, Minn. On account ol generally failing health Capt Patty was forced to dis continue active.work and for the past few years has been making his home In Knoxville, where he numbers his friends by his acquaintances. He is a kind, genial gentleman of the old ' echool and is beloved by all who know him. The following Interest­ ing statement was made by him in Verson to the Tanlac representative. “I am 69 years old and always en­ joyed good health u to ahout six years ago, when X suffered a nervous breakdown and m.v general health * gradually failed me. My principal trouble was indigestion and catarrh, but my whole system seemed to be out of shape. My condition finally got so bad I couldn’t sleep at night and always after eating I would suff «r so f...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 March 1919

d o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t k , s t u r g e o n b a y , m , m a r c h i s , 101®. S ', y . / - P E R U N A * £ * “ FOR EFFECTS OF LA 2CRIPPE ' Mr. George E. Law, 18% North Frdnklin. S t. BrazO, Indiana, has a word of cheer, for BUfterere from Xj&Grippo and Its results. UqulA or lUMet Form gold Bret# where Read His Lettee “ 1 have Buffered for the last two winters with that terrible disease. IaGxlppeh Having often heard of the great value of Pa­ rana 1 decided to try i t X have only ased four b ottles and I do not now have any had effects from the Grippe' a s It has Just about entirely disappeared, and my general health Is good. X am satisfied that Peruna Is a w oa- derfal rem edy, and I do most heartily endorse and rocomm it for LaGrlppe.\" T to get our. prices on if you intend to do any building this season, will show you the reason. ••4 ..c .i5l Fuller Goodman Co, PHONE 265 County News. The Flour of Quality J V. FOR SALE BY - ' Peterson & Hoslett, Sawyer, Wis. H. ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 14 March 1919

! ' “ ' ' - - -s. ! ' ^ ‘ ' \" : b W1B- MARCH 14,1910. EDW. SAMPSON MARRIED Lao* United ’IV Kenosha Y Shortly After H • From Navy in January. The following clipping from a re­ cent issue of a Kenosha paper will be of interest to local people as, before going to Kenosha, the grOom was one \"f the well known young men of this city. Miss Zimdars is also known here having visited with friends here on-several occasions: “There are ways and ways-of an­ nouncing one’s marriage, besides the usual dinner-party with Cupids, rib­ bon's and roses. Miss Gertrude Zim- dars found one of them on Monday when she appeared among her friends witn a bona fide wedding ring on the proper finger. „ '“Miss Gertrude Zimdars?—no, Mrs. Edward Sampson. When ques­ tioned she shyy admitted the change and smiled radiantly as her friends wished her much joy. “The impromptu announcement of Monday morning was supplemented bjf a formal party on Friday evening at\\the Zimdars home on Quinton St. Following a charmin...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

8TUBGE0N BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED-— DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT LARGEST CIRCULATION • n r 2COKTHEA8TERW WISCOX5I2* STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, MARCH 21.1919. THE ADVOCATE 19 THU OFFICIAL CITT A3fD COUf(TT FJ 1EATHS Many Prominent and Well Known Sturgeon Bay and Door Co. People Dead. IRVING MCDONALD DIES Jacob Schafer, Mrs. John . Keogh, Aliren’s Infant, Leonard Hawkey, E dw art K raft, F red Deifen- ' bach Answer C all of Grim R eaper W ithin W eek. W ithin the past week there have been a large num ber of well known and respected people who have pass­ ed away. Several of them were young people although pioneers num bered among those called. Irving McDonald. 18-year old son of M ivand Mrs. G. I. McDonald, pass­ ed away W ednesday after, an illness of alm ost a year and a half duration. Irving has not' been well since the fall or 1917 when he (underw ent an operation for peritonitis.1 He suff­ ered a relapse but it had been hoped th a t he would recover but his health steadily failed aft...

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 — 21 March 1919

' h- Sawyer News. Capt. Edw. Bebeau left Saturday for Kewaunee. Mrs. Jacob Gerlach went to Algo- in a Saturday. Louis braves was down from 0 Maplewood Saturday on business. 'The Peter Anderson family, ten. in number, are all down with flu. Mesdames Otto Green and And Sloaja went to Green Bay, Tuesday. V. A. Lackashire returned last week from one of the U. S. army camps. Likewise Holver Holverson. Local mferchants are shipping large qua'ntlties of eggs and on Wednes­ day thirty cases were sent out by ex­ press. Dan. McLennon left Monday for Manitowoc to help fit out some of the steel steamers being built for the government. „• Herman Witte and Ferd. Drehr re­ turned Tuesday from Rumiey, where- they have been working in the woods. Harry Marx is at present assisting Otto Humke in the blacksmith shop but expects to ,go sailing as soon as he receives a call.- August Herlache, Jule Gerondale, L. Henquinette, Jos.- Debroux, and John Schafer were business callers at Green Bayvduring the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

■ - ibajR aw attK ia^^ pay, * & « U A M M n .m * ^ $ -n g B m i 1 FROM StRG T-H Al. JOHN C. ACKER IN FRANCE H eim bacb, G erm any, 30 Jan . 1919. If my living depended upon my ab ility to foretell fu tu re events I probably starv e to death in ten m in­ utes. In civilian life I m ight get by w ith th e th ree best bets of the day, o r som ething lik e th a t, b u t in th is m an’s arm y I am a flat failu re as a prophet, w ith o u t honor even in my ow n outfit w here I have a chance to present an im m tdiate aiibi upon the slig h test provocation. I should .nev­ er, never get my prognostications in print. I had it all figured o u t th a t about this tim e we w ould be o u t som ewhere around 40 degrees W est, 45 degrees N orth w here th e bounding billows m ake holiday rations for th e fishes, but, instead, we are in Germ any, and beyond th e R hine a t th a t— in 'th e W eber and F ields land w here ther^ is ‘(nobody hom e” all th e tim e. •A fter all those w eeks of w ai...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

o o i W w o o u m , DiPBGBoa m i , m m * m a r c h a t. m o . «A SHINE IN EVERY DROP* BUckStlkStov* Polish] M different. It does not I b» uwd to tho I d ind nutt I qu»lItT absolutely no I wMta nofa*tordIrt,y 1 year Donsy’s worth. Black SOk ' Stove Polish ou,fc ovuvo oooe noi 2 5 U 5 EllR*Mt# ,o u r t,m *» “ a* ordinary pousn—®o t wives you tim e, work and money. D o n 't forget — when yoo w ant stove polish, be sore to Ask for Black SUk. I f it isn 't tbo best stove polish you ever used—your dealer will reftiod your money. Black Silk Store Polish Works, Sterling, EQinoU. Use BIsck SiUc A ir Drying iron Enamel on grates, rcg* inters, stove-pipes, and auto­ mobile tire rim s. Prevents rusting. IVy It. UsoJBIack Silk Metal Pol. I*h for silverware, nickel.tin* w are o r brass. Jt works niiicJclv. easily and le a v a a brilliant surface. It has no e q u al foruscon automobile*. G e t a Can--TQDAT ♦ W W t W H W t l » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » ( BUSINESS DIRECTORY hHH H i . DE. JEREMIAH ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

» » . w m . m a r c h a t , i # i #. n i n r - f i w C ounty f o r e s t Vi l l e Val F ag g got an o th er fox on Sun­ day, M arch 2d.1- Mrs. E . E . P erry spent M onday a t th e county seat. Old V eteran W m . Fagg, (w ho h as been quite ill is im proving. Since th e heavy rain s th e Ahnapee riv er is overflowing its b^nks. E g ^l W eber is on th e sick' list, and H enry B ran d t is his sub on th e ru ral route. Mr. Strong, m anager of th e Kol- berg store, transacted business here Tuesday. , . The ForeBtville basket ball team captured th e prize a t Algom a Sunday evening. , . Geo. F agg is quite il l .a f th e hom e ot h is p arents since his retu rn from th e woods. D entist H. M artin, is m eeting with good success. He is located in the Schmitz, block. Louis K reft and Geo. Schmelzle m ade a business trip th ru th e soutb- \" e ra tow ns W ednesday. The in fan t child of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schm eltzer w as very ill w ith pneum onia Sunday night. Mrs. Jos. Stonem an, Jr., ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

LOCALS ■ 8blp Cattle-^-ThVee £rÂ¥6a olt'caG were shipped by the local buyers to the Chicago market Monday ipj.oru- i v . v Services Next Sunday—Rev. Thos Barker ot DePere, will occupy the pulpit at the Congregational church ■ext Sunday morning at 11 o’clock. Sunday school at IQ. Pishing Fleet Leaving—A number of the fishing tugs from other ports that have befen fishing around here during1 the winter have returned home within the week. Home Over Sunday—Judge Graass and the outside attorney^ . and the Jnryffien from outside the city re­ turned to their homes Saturday, court having been adjourned so that they could spend the weekend with their families. Ice All Out—The ice ajl (went out south of the bridge on Sunda^, this being the earliest that this has oc­ curred in the memory of the oldest citizens. The bpy is also clear as far as the ship yard on the east side of point is unsafe for travel of any Two Cent Rate—According,, to in­ formation recently received by. Post­ master...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

^ W i i w Ai w *)PA M ^. w g » a w o fc . B 4 ( m PERSONAL MENTION NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING W M M M t l H I W t M l t H H W I Y O U E N O W ♦ W H I I I I H l i _ 0 . M. Olson of E p h raim $ras in t f e city on business yesterday.: A. d au g h ter w as born to Mr. and M att Propsom W ednesday m orn- *■6- • Jo h n - B ertshinger of Egg H arb o r w in in .th e city Tuesday tran sactin g lnBines8. ' D. E. B ingham left W ednesday for niB hland C enter to see his m other, tirko iB quijte ill. if r . an d M rs. E. C. H a rt . spent cM pIe of dayB in G£een Bay on buBl- .agu fend pleasure. M rs. Delos McCutnmtagB was in th e ci$r W ednesday on h e r w ay hom e to F ish C reek from M ilwan^qe. ' M r. an d M rs. P . W . H itchcock a r­ rived from Chicago W ednesday and w ill spendthe sum m er season here. M iss P irscilla M archapd retu rn ed hOme M onday from Chlcpgo^tohet'e She h ad been spending th o p a s t th re e janmths. ' C. W . Sanderson retu rn ed Monday try m Sister Bay, w he...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

Hght POOR OOCTfT W ttO A R WUROPO* * * * , W fc, MARCH 81, 1019. Notice of Municipal Election OFFICE OF CITY CLERK, March 20, 1919. tO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF STURGEON BAY: Notice is-hereby given that a Municipal Election ia to be held In the several wards and' election precincts in the City of Sturgeon Bay, on the 1st day of April, 1919, at which the officers named below are to be chosen. The names of the candidates for each office to be voted for, whose nominations have been certified to or filed in this office, are given under the title of the office atod under the appropriate party or other designation, each is its proper column. The following instructions arp given for the, information and guidance of voters: Information to Voters School Commissioner: Vote for One MILTON O. BENTLEY. □ □ J. C. LANGEMAK, City Olerk. County News. A voter upon entering the polling place and giving his namfe and residence^ will receive a ballot from the ballot clerk which must have endorsed ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

MARCHU, 6 TRADE MARK The City of GOODRICH Akron. Ohio No More Days Of Less Meatless, heatless, wheat* lesS are days of the past but the thrift.bornof tlicrr. is with us to stay. To demand the utmost fc.' a dollar is one great les­ son the world has Icarnc d. Along with other days cf less, it has cancelled days of less service. Service has always been the Goodrich measure of the value of tires that is, what a tire proves itself worth you in service on • your car, and on the road. You see promise of service 1 in the burly, hill rounded bodies of Goodrich Serv­ ice Value Tires and their thicker ' SAFETY TREADS, extra, wide to fortify the sidewall against rut grinding. Yon get fulfillment of prom- ised service valQo in their dependability and durability wherever you . take them. Buy Qoodri ch T ires from a Dealer fln n cH TIRES \"BEST IN THE LONG RUN” = . I - I\"!' in'’ i'fn i sV k'i * I 1 F R O M SERGt.-MAJ. J.C. ACKER IN FRANCE (Continued from page 3) I have a most wonderful bed a c...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 21 March 1919

S s f n boob ^sCToar, iiMsae»m agawatoN pay, a s k a i a m a , m S A V E jS S e tE M B E R LIQUIDS erne/ PASTES : For Black.Whife.Tanow/ Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes KEEP YOUR SHOES N E A T 1 \" ? h'! - n - lii'Si iigH-gaii | | J | | l f !i^ FROM SERGT.-MAJ. ]. C. ACKER IN FRANCE - (Continued from page 9) SHOE POU 'CKc F.RDALLET CORPORATIONS LTD. BUFFALO, N.Y. Womanhood is th e demandt ^ Tf-to-day In the Health and Strength ^ of the Wive* and Mother* 4 . Rests the Future Integrity of the Nation. We must preserve out- womanhood. There is need, greater than ever for strong women. Apparently, the race is not as sturdy as formerly or our women are victims of an over-civilization and less able to resist disease. T h o u s a n d s s u ffe r a n d th o u sa n d s m o re a re d e stin e d to s u ffe r from Chat m o st in sid io u s o f d ise a se s, c a ta r rh . N in e ty -se v en p e r c e n t o f th e peo p le h a v e c a ta rrh . It is n o t confined to th e head, n o se a n d th ro a t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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