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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 May 1919

ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WI8„ jfAV 9. 101*. for tke add-distressed stoaudb, txy two or three ' Ki*H0ID5 i a fte r meals, dissolved on the tongue—keep yonr stomach sweet—try Kl-molde—the heir aid to digestion. MADE BY SCOTT&BOWNB MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION ...................... BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I I M f t t l l M l l t W t H DR. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES . Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. DR. T. 0. PROCTOR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON MBces over Door County State Bank, 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 Mice Second \"Floor McNeely Bldg. K STURGEON BAY ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST ■yes , Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. HARRY W. BLAKEFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 154-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office In Boor County State Bank Building STURG...

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 — 9 May 1919

- ‘ , \" J\" »♦»»»♦♦♦♦»»»»»»♦ in full or YOUR LIBERTY BONDS * ra e a» ^ lie r ^ u U M ust Go in e if it. .-'r\" (Mring to Low Prices This Sale Is Strictly a. CASH SALE It has been decreed and the entire stock of Clothing: must be sold out. Unheard of low prices, some less than half their actuS:Valjie. A great stock to choose from. This is a time for you to lay in a supply for a year to come. Double all yaur immediate needs. Your dollar will do doubly duty in this great Sale. The opportunity is rare as hen’s teeth these days. Come early. , Arc Added in to Hve Greater Latitude to Out of Town Buyers NO MAIL ORDERS, NO CHARGE, NO APPROVALS DURING THIS SALE MEN'S SUITS s^ n o46 s*,i mmmmmMw MM MMMMm a v All this Seasons Styles including blue serge and black. ~ V\\ SUITS that sold formerly at $15. at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SUITS that sold formerly at $18.50 at . SUITS that sold formerly at $25.00 at . .............................$ 1 5 . 5 0 SUITS that sold for...

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 — 9 May 1919

- - —3......Tl\\. Pwa r r.A'^-4,' Mf\\1 #ay» the Good Judge “ Scheme Preposterous and A bsttH “ MEETING AT ' HIGHWAY EN- GINBERS OFFICE A * GRE&K BAY I wqnt to reniifid you bput that small c of this good tobacco. It tastes better because it’s good tobacco. Its . quality saves yob part of your tp|»^cco pioney. It goes further and lasts Tuby and Dorn of Forestvilie Award ed Contract fo r Grading, and Stenba and W eigand to Do • Culvert W ork. THE REAL TpBACCQ CHEiy ■V : ■' . rut ufi in two styles ' ' R IG H T C U T is a sh o rtc u t tobacco W -B C U T is a long fine-cut tobacco | The Pursuit of Happiness is the inherent and unquestioned privilege • of all. responsibility, though, fpr tfre attainment of that much-to-be^esirra cohditidn jicis lairge ly with the individual — invariably it comes through continuov^ st^yipg bigger and better things. 1 ' ! The keystone in the Arch of Happiness of | many of our citizens is a constantly increasing Account here. ’ Others are invited t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 May 1919

’ • % v ^ w * V4{ £ - * ^ ' W ' / ' \" , i • ^ n j n a E O V \" ^ -*— •â– - DOOR *»ri*e,TWelv* HILLIHAKES'PR.OPOSIHON »u w X ' crew either at the Soo or a t Cleve* Business Men Approve Plan Outlined land.— Marine Advocate. By Bill Steamboat Company. Tri-Weekly Service. ' Capt. L. L. Hill of the Hill Trans portation Line, anJ Mark Kindt, aud itor. ot the same lines both of Kenos ha, were in- the city Tuesday, and met a large number of the business men a t a meeting called at the city hall th a t afternoon to discuss the pro­ position of the Hill company placing a boat oh the Green Bay run Capt. Hill outlined his plan in a few brief remarks, stating that if the business men and manufacturers at the ports o'f Green Bay, Marinette and Menominee, Sturgeon Bay, and ports alonjj^ the east shore of the Door ■corinty peninsula as far as Washing­ ton Island, and Escanaba would pledge their freight to the company for a period of ten years the company would place a boat on the run coverÂ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

KOtf BAY ADVOCATE-—-CONSOL lDATSD— DdbE ^ O l i ^ ClMOdSAT VOLUME 5 8 NUMBER 8 m hctct cnocMiroi* • ffl SORTHBASmN w u c o s n s 8TUKGKOJN BAY, W IS , FRIDAY, MAY 16.191». .-iia to ric a l Boobb * MADISON WH Itf'TKB \" -«r« *J»n,COUHTT PAMB COMMISSION REORGANIZE Door County Reaches Its Victory Loan Apportionment Thru Its Banks. BANKS TAKE UP $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 , Individual Subscriptions Beach 9350- , OOO—SturgeonBay, Washington Island, Baileys Harbor, and Vill­ age of Sister Bay Exceeded Their Apportionment. Hue to the patriotic action of the officials -of Door County’s five finan­ c ia l institutions, the Bank of Stur­ geon Bay, Door County State Bank, Merchants Exchange Bank, Bank of Forestville and Bank of .Maplewood, the county’s record in the-five loans to raise money for the carrying on the payment for the war is still’100 per cent. Up to last Saturday it was thought that Door county would not come up to the $450 00f mark set by the offi­ cials of the Seventh Federal Rese...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

i i W W d o o r c o u n t y t,' r , \"h ^ BAY. W»8.t 3HAY 16, IQ10. ' % \" 7 \" 1 . ^ ' V ' \" ^ 1 ^ tT BIUBGBONF SaWyer News. Sam Laviolette, of Gardner, left •Wednesday, for Chicago on a business trip. Mrs. J o s . Hoslett, Who has been on th e sick list, h r much improved and able to be out again. •The Bushman Milling Co. are having the dock frontage filled in with stone hauled in from the farm. Andrew Peterson left for Chicago recently to take up his old Job as cook on the steambarge Louis Pah- Jow. Mrs. Louis Olson returned Satur­ d a y , from Plymouth, Wis., whore she had been visiting relatives for two weeks. Edward Hoeckendorf accompanied by big mother, Mrs. Gus. Hoecken: dorf, were in from Maplewood on •business Tuesday. Pauley & Pauley shipped 400 ■ cases of eggs by rail Wednesday, th is being the second car lot they have ^hipped this spring. •- Martin Hanson, who recently cut his foot while at work in one of the ship yards on the east side, is able to be about, an...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

\"•? 1 ’’.v *' I * £ , ■». . • \\ Measureiocreases Pay of School Superintendents In Counties of the State. FRIENDLY template Spnse About Tobacco tobacco'ought to be like a well- out in. ■ 'N ' ■ ■ \"O'-! §e$, b&If the secret of makin’ a good hoss is -$ 0 $ 0 * breaking Selecting tobacco that’s grq^n rigijt is only M ti of malsin’ Velvet. .The agein- is the other half. .Thar’s only one kind of agein’ that gets th’ right resiults — Nature's own.' Nature’s no cloci^ watcher. She does a job right whether it takes two years or two thousand. So when she gets through with the fine Kentucky that we put away in wdoden hogsheads for tyfpfyears, it’s jiist rig/t^ V- It ain’t been hurried none, or short- putted. It’s a Nature-done job. All kinds of things are packed in tobacco tins, but 3rour gpod neighbor will tell you - Velvet is the real pipe tobacco.” Prove it for your­ self. ■ a Roll a VELVET Cigarette m your You havc pften wished that you could remove spots and stains fr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

The Manufacturing Facilities of l l & S t a n d ^ d (Indiana) T T N bE R LY IN G the manufacturing activities I J of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana), are the same high ideals of services the same thoughtful consideration of detail the same ear­ n e st desire to do a big job thoroughly and well, which animates the Company in every other branch of its business. Every facility which wide experience, ample re­ sources, and the utmost skill of scientifically trained technicians can devise, or suggest, is provided to insure absolute uniformity and the highest standard of quality in each of the many products manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). '. T he manufacturing facilities of the Compapy are concentrated in three great refineries, one located a t W hiting, Ind., covering 700 acres one a t W ood River, 111., covering ,600 acres and one at Sugar Creek, Mo., covering 200 acres of ground. T he W hiting works is conceded to be the m ost complete, the most perfectly o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE. SIGBOEON BAX, WIS., MAY 10, 1919, r«»fM \"'-f L ,fQ U ID S crn cf P A S T E S - F o r B lacfc(w tbe,T afU xw / © x - B lo o d ( d a rk bro w n ) S h o e s KEEP YOUR SHOES MEAT ■ia buffalcvn.y . «**F.F.DAU£T COHPORATIONS LTD. County New « t» Good Judge men are saving every cent you can. You ought to know that this quality tobacco costs less to chew—not more! says take a sm aller . It gives you the good tobacco taste. It fasts and lasts. You don't need a fresh chew so often. :' ,i . ^ fHE REAL TOTAcbo CHEW # 4' ,~± ■ put up in two styles . RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco . v W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco ? We have a Large and Complete Stock of ROOFING MATERIAL BARN BOARDS DROP SIDING, ETC. and in' fact everything in the building line. % Let Us Quote'You BAILEYS HARBOR Frank Oldenburg made a business trip to the county seat Wednesday. Dentish Farrand of Sturgeon Bay did professional work here Wednes­ day. ‘ Ed. Wilson of Chicago spent a tew days...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

*'#*§» Si* D O O lTC ^ffeY A p^ BAY, WI8.. MAY 10,1910. )M ! * ♦♦♦♦« « * M U »♦♦ « 1 1I I H i l l l l » « I M * W W » NEWSY. SH O W News of Interest Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporters J j 11I I1 1 1 f t ftf tfrfrt'fl'fl t i ITT til-h* 1 Services Sunday—Rev. W. J. Wil- eon of Rlpon, moderator of the State Congregational Conference, will preach in th e Congregational church next Sunday morning, May 18th. Hold Smoker—After their regular meeting on Tuesday evening,the local court of Foresters held , a smoker. '/ Speeches were made bjr the court officials and members and refresh- ' m ents were served. Install Electric Cutter—Leonard Hunsader has installed one of the new modern Moore electric • hair cutters in his tonsorial shop, and is now ready to give his patrons a close hair cut in a few minutes time. Leveling Off Premises — Edward Kirchenberg is grading his lots on ^Spruce Street to a level with the side­ walk, which will greatly improve the apparance of the p...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

1 V ' , * r ^ . | ?Sf / ** ( ^ ' ' V W ' ► « d o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e . a r o B f l ^ I m y , w is., »ia i ^ io * ie io . Page Sew p fcW«l'l«|l»l,WI»Hj»IM IIIMIIM HIHM*«MHHWW ' PER SO M ^ L M E N T I O N NEWSY NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW M • Ml »» »**W .' Miss Laura Perlewitz s p e n t Sunday w itt her parents a t Algoma. • John Perry made a business trip to Shwano county Saturday. Mrs. John Perry 1b viBiting at Gladstone ap*d Escanaba, Michigan. • Dr. T. C. Proctor returned Satur­ day morning after a business trip to Green Bay. '— 1 Ralph Jenquin, chairman of the town of Gardner, was in the city on business Tuesday. W. A: Gauerke returned Saturday after making a trip outside in the interests of the A. S. of E. Mrs. Dan Fischer of Grefen Bay has been visiting here this week with her mother, M rs.'Rose Keogh. Clayton G. Graef, who1 has been re ­ ceiving medical treatm ent in Milwau­ kee, is expected home next week. John Feurstein arrived home Sat­ urd...

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 — 16 May 1919

. - i A v -''’ ' v ' r ■ /.' .' \" ' . ' • ' ' - • \" COUNTY ADVOCATE. BCTJB01SDN BAY, WIH.. MAY 10, 1019. Beople BANE of old age is constipation. The bow­ els become weak and unable to perform their functions without‘aid. For this purpose only the mildest and gentlest laxative should be used. The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble and makes the constipation worse. Chamberlain’s Tablets are a favorite with people of middle age ’ttnd'trldef acdount oFtheir gentlejaction. i t i Chamberlain’s Tablets ISSiS J.G.OLLINGEB THE INSURANCE HAN uv\O' REAL ESTATE \"AND LOANS • ■ I F I R E I S ' Y O U R P R 0 P E R T Y 5 G R E A T E S T FOE Fires Come When Least Expected Don’t L T Let One Come While Unprotected! Fires occur at the rate of one per min­ ute in die United v States, and the san­ est thing* that one can do, is to keep property constant­ ly insured. See us for . • Fire Insurance! s i ][l HEAR HIS INSURANCE 111 I EXPIRED YESTERDAY Warm Weather Clothing for Men and B...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

I*\"at the bottom cl iSost digestive Ills, - RI'N oidS lo t indigestion afford p lea t­ ing a n d p p iip t r e lie f from the distress of acidWyspepsiA* HADE BY SCOTT & BOWNE . N M A M ia-o raco T ^ I I U I H M W 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY M I M I I I 1 1 l l l l l OB. JERKWIAH DONOVAN Pr6ctlce‘Llipited to RECTAL DISEASES fe v Local 1404 -Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, VIS., DB. T. 0. PBOOTOE PHYSICIAN AJMD SURGEdN iflices over Door County State Bank. STURGEON BAY, WIS. * N. N. STRAND Optometrist SAW YER, W IS. 'COVEflANT1 OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IS FIRST SECTION 9F THE GREAT DOCUMENT. ALSACE-LORRAINE RESTORED DB. S. A. WOEBFEL v . DENTIST //V ' .Acrosa street from Drag Ston. SAWYER, WIS. DR: J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN ANB SURGEON Mkat Second Floor IfcNeeljr Bids. STURGEON BAY ADOLPH C. WOEBFEL ■ OPTOMETRIST Syes Tested, .Glasses' Properly v Pitted at the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. HARRY W. BLA&EFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 154-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAW Y...

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 — 16 May 1919

f b l r AX ***WaS*aaU* V V f % ! 9 Miles in High Gear, Averaging 20 Miles oilGasoline drivers, fuel and water. The motor was ke'Jit running continuously. . , Here we are with even more important news for motorists,, buried deep in this account' - but which will make an even deeper impression on those who plan on purchasing a machine this spring: •• Breaking the world’s record for a non-stop run, an Overland Mo'del 90^ the baby Willys- Overland line of passenger cars, drew up to the finish mark with.4,370.1 miles to its credit in a grueling seven days’ (168 hours) time. ’ ( This distance is roughly onersixth way round- the world. The 4,370.1 miles'pov^ted-in this efficiency test is farther than from New York to Berlin, the former capital of ip former empire, as George Browne tersely puts'it. It is almost, exactly the short postal route from Npfo York to Los Angeles and Los Angeles back to Oklahoma City. It measures .the span of ihp:y|ht Pacific —the distance from San Francisco-to Yok...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

' ..POOR CXWJKTY ApyoCAJBt WH MCTOW BAT, WI8,, MAY le , 1010. (Continued frdm page 10) ' IS S Sfl’\" ' t“1 wuBcttui i.»j..,y u rto o' mreneu ^JW w tom te and renounces the capltula- ' Jp°TO^--j-Jertnany recognizes the Brit-. .1*1 protectorefte over Egypt declared oq .JJecembor 18 19J4 and renounces aa from )ApRU8t 4. 1914, the capitulation and all • tne treaties, agreements, etc., concluded ■ W per with Egypt.- She undertakes not to intervene In any negotiations about jH&ypt between Great Britain and other powers. ■There are provisions for jurisdiction ,«ver German national^ and property and • for German consent to any changes 'which (may be made in- relation to the commls- . of public debt. Germany consents to J09 transfer to Great Britain of the.pow­ ders given to the late sultan of Turkey (for securing the free navigation of the !?*» cana‘- Arrangements forvproperty belonging to German nationals in Egypt [are ,made similar to those in the case of j morocco and other ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 May 1919

MARINE StlPERlf f$flR STATES FACT ^y.r - Ben 'Johtijabii^^t W ashington ,rls land, is sailing .jm the steamer R‘.j P. Ranney this'jsei^on. ’ One of the self-loading coal boats o t the Drake Goal Co., of Cleveland, loaded coal a t that port today for Sturgeon Bay. It-w ill bring 1,300 tons for the city and 1,600 tons for the Van/‘Gamp Canning Company. Alfred Shellswick and John An­ derson of Washington Island went ■to Manitowoc this week for the pur­ pose of looking over the auxiliary schooner Diana. If the craft is what they w ant they will purchase it to use in the fish and freighting busi­ ness. Jack Devine of this city has-shipped as wheelman on the steamer Python of the Emergency Corporation fleet, one of the new boats just completed at Manitowoc. It is possible that he will go across the big pond on the craft. George Saaier, a formed Sturgeon Bay boy who moved his family to Buffalo two years ago, out of which port he was sailing, is now oiler on the steamer Morrow. As the ...

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 — 23 May 1919

V O L U M E 5 8 w m m h7 yKr-.‘\\ - XtAJIGlfiST* ii/^ T Wglf f iXBl W O R T H JE A S T K H iV W t C o k l M ADYOCi rf1'1\" JM STUB0EON BAT ADVOCATE— CONSOLIDATED DOOE COUNTY DEMOCRAT N U B E R ^ 9 STURGEON-.BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, M A Y 2 5 ,1 9 1 9 . ADVOCATE IS TU B O f f lC U l C IT r A9ID COl'STTT Door County’s Soldiers and Sailors Given Official Re­ sta te A griculture Extension Depart* \" m eat Considered Local Agent Strongest On Their L fst.~ • The resignation of M. B. Goff as Door county’s county agent is not ception Saturday May 31 jonly regretted by the farm ers of this \" county, ^ but the following letter to The Advocate from K. L. Hatch, as­ sistant director of agriculture e)c~ tensioq^of the University of Wiscon­ sin, expresses the- regret th at the state feels over the loss of Mr. Goif fronf Its organization: . “ ^ Tips Door County Advocate, ' Sturgeon Bay, Wis. This office has. recently received the resignation of M. B. Goff as an Emergency Demonstration Agent in Door ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

7 7 7 :7'-77'v7‘7 '7 v 7 ' v . . tag® Tw« DOOR OOUNTY ADVOCATE, BTUKGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 38.1010 Tw elve Year Old Donald Weldon Victim of Acci­ dent. FISHING FOB MINNOWS Lad L ost Halt W hile Using Dip Net From F ish Boat Eugene— Fell Overhoard in Attempt to Be- . co v er' Headgear. .Brother Discovers Body Little Donald Weldon, the 12- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William W eldon, of Sawyer, was drowned • Saturday afternoon In .the bay near \" the Bay View Roller Mill •j 1 1- lad had beer fishing ior min­ nows with a dip net from a small boat near the fish tag Eugene on ihe Sawyer side of the bay. Evidence gathered by partic-s who searched for the body, is to the ef­ fect that the lad’s hat had fallen in­ to the bay, and that the little fellow met his death by falling overboard in an attempt to recover his h a t An examination of the body also reveal­ ed the fact that he had suffered bruises' on the head, end as the water in which th e body was found is of no great depth, it i...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

mOBON BAY, W is.,' MAY J M /lM # ^ mm \" ' -r ff ‘\\ - l~* Homeward Ser^eaotM ajor jobnC A clcer • ..-*. y .■: P*OLKS are, a heap like tobacco. Thar’s hot-headed, * Ailte. ~ Tk**f$ flat, uninterestin’ ajl * ike Velvet—m ild, but hearty an 9 lly* too. r^Thiai letter will be malle4 at New- ceptaclo some sailor has so kindly iro^ pert News, u. S., sometime, I hope. It I vfded tor my use. M I should die before this ship reaches I wonder how long a person cats live port -the letter- wili, bo mailed anyway, with everything g»Ing out and nothing lye seen to that Thesem aybe mylcoming in.This issaid to beaflfteen iMt words so I Intend making the most jday trip. Esractly fifteen-mouths from opportunity while there Is yet the, day woaaiJed from the United States, which suggests the remark that FRIENDLY I I I I I Friendly” is a very good word to describe the positively pleasing quality that sets VELVET tobacco apart There is that indescribable something about VELVET that is associated in me...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

( m iv r . j t , “I knew she never had baked a cake and I was doubtful. But I told her to go ahead. “She got my treasured/ Royal Cook Book, niy can of Royal Baking Pow­ der and all the fixings—and sailed in. “Honestly, it was the best cake we ever had, and now I believe anyone who tries can bake anything with Absolutely Pure Mkde from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes Royal Contains No Alum— Leaves No Bitter Taste The Royal Cook Book, containing over 500 recipes for all kinds of cookery, mailed 1 free. Write for a copy to ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Dept. K, 135 William Street, NetWork floor County Advocate OBntered at the /Poatofflce at Sturgeon Bny. Win., as second-olass matter.’ mBUBBBDBT ttflflr Cowty Pubfislrag Gonpiqr . IKOORrOaATSD Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per year. Sm ordering address changed, the old as . «tsn as th e new address should he given STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 23. Speed Laws Violated fGoofl roads and good . weat...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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