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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 December 1919

IWWW W lF W If m i n y o w . KfTFIWWlIf BAT. WIN. DECEMBER M . 1019. BUSINESS DIRECTORY «*+M H DR.JKRKMTAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia . 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS N.H. STRAND Optometri st SAWYER, WIS. DR. R. A. WOEEFEL DENTIST Across street from Drug Store SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Second Floor McNeely Bldg. STURGEON BAY, WIS. ADOLPH C. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST Ryes Tested, Glasses Properly Fitted at the Drag Store. SAWYER, WIS. IV W. BLAKEHELD IV SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 164-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. STATE SUPERINTENDENT THINKS ITDKSIRAHLB. A,, Says H e Believes the 'Plan a Good One B a t W ants To Make a Definite Surrey. EATS ANYTHING, SLEEPS LIKE A LOG'AND WORKS HARD EVERY DAY, NOW. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office in ' Beer County sta te Bank Building STURGEON BAY, WIS. E. 0. HUMKE, M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. Office in Graef Bldg. Office Phone 388. Res. Phone 388-2. STURGEON BAY, WIS. DR. ...

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 — 26 December 1919

: ■\\:^frW ^ W W % tfv'V* LOCALS Maocabee Dance—The- . Macqabae lodge -will give a dance tils (Friday) -evening-at Falk’s hall. . . , . Brought a Baby—The Stprk helped o a t Santa Clans a t the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Draeb, bringing a baby girl Monday. 1\" , MJE.B.A. Meeting—There will be a meeting of the M.E.B.A. next Mon­ day evening and all members are re­ quested to be present. Will Tell About Panama—Miss Alice Reynolds who was in Y. W. work in the canal zone will tell of her experiences at the M. E. church a t 11 o’clock Sunday morning. Meeting Friday Night— The L.T.P. A. will hold their regular meeting a t the M.E.B.A. hall Friday .evening, Dec. 2G. Officers will be elected and a full attendance is requested. Wild M utton . Supper—The wild m utton supper served at the Twenty d u b Monday was enjoyed by about seventy-five members. There was a great variety of good things, and plenty for all. Had' Serious Operation—Wallace Pres underwent a serious operation on his throa...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 December 1919

tx M m w c f m r a d v o ca te , w p b o b o s m , i n s * dboh m bm b a w ,n n a m m n w i w PERSONAL MENplICp u IHEWBY NOTES CONOERNINO 4-i M. Ydu 'KNOW B row ^w et* • Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jelenik leave to­ day for a visit in Chicago. Mrs. John Campbell of Circle •Xidge is quite ill at the present time. Elton Washburn, student at St. Norberts, is home for the holidays. Clyde Stroh, student at St. John Military academy, is home for the holidays. Attorney Grover Stapleton. . is spending Christmas at his old home in Rhinelander. • William Reynolds arrived from Minneapolis Saeurday to spend the holidays with his mother. Hehry Fetzer went to, Antlgo last . week to visit his brother-in-law, Matt McCarthy, who is ill. . Miss Frances McGee arrivga from Oconto Tuesday to spend the holi­ days with friends. Miss Helen Dresser, who is teach­ ing at Oregon, near Madison, is home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Sanderson left Wednesday for Green Bay to spend Christmas with .friends. John G....

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 December 1919

w ife of H ugh G raham tt K ing and Co., Raw- son B artlett & Company, C. P. & B. tilly , and J. P. D. Gibbs, and the un­ known heirs, grantees, and represent­ atives of said persons and all of and all persons whom it -•You are hereby summoned to appear w ithin tw enty days after the service of thla summons upon you, exclusive of th e day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the Court aforesaid, *nd In case of your failure so to do, judgm ent w ill be rendered against you according to the demand of the com- i SANDERSON AND STAPLETON I A ttorneys for Plaintiffs. PoBtofflce address Door County S tate Bank Bldg., On accountof the holi­ days being on Thursday, stock shipment? will be made on Monday duririg the next two weeks. Bring in stock on Sat­ urday or Sunday. ~ HENBY HOPP J. J. (39w2) BIDS WANTED. F or |G1,000 Issue of •'Door County pursuant Law s of A verified com plaint In titled action is on file in the Office of th e Clerk of the Circuit Court for Do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 December 1919

::p l DXR OOPNTXADVOCA’i’E. 6TPBOEOX JpIS., DECEMBER SO. 1919. k: Service to the Greatest Number ’HUS, in seven words, is epit- omized^ the ideals of service animating the seven men who direct the activities of the Stand­ ard Oil Company (Indiana). Maxi­ mum service is the only foundation upon whifch Big Business may rest securely ^ / It is this ideal which has impelled the Company to ceaseless effort in multiplying the number of products produced from crude petroleum, each to fulfill a definite, useful service —- not to the few, but to humanity. enter- , money, ingenuity, and effort to gain a prom­ ising but uncertain benefiit, could have developed the many products manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) for the service ,of the people. • In the conduct of its business, the Stand­ ard Oil Company (Indiana) always has recognized'the four ^fundamental interests in all industry—capital, labor, manage- ment, and the public. , Because of this, and becausg^it-has striven t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 December 1919

V i . ■ ■ ' , * \" ' vi ' i ’’T ■ . - , . ' N ' - ’” “ ’ • . : ^ V r V ! - . V v: i , . y . - i . •, */--'.'.V - ’■'vr.’T - • ’' v . '• • • \" -'■•â– '••. ,-i . ■•' .*/' • • . - / ■ ^ ■ • : - V *.«•• . - . - : • * ..- -* ■ • • • \\ • .\"•'•â– • *.••.'.• OOtTNTY AP^OOAi I , f r fo , DECEMBER 26, 1019. Follette have evidently passed from the proud places of “favorite' bobs’, ” and In Iowa the talk of preside&n&l sucession is about Senator Kenyon, while Wisconsin lifts a timid voice for. Senator Lenroot. And then there __ the poll of governors, with Mr Lo’wden of Illinois, conspicuously In the race, and Governor Coolidga b»- Ing featured, from Door Counts Advocate : •, S - ■ a- 3 m H ■ a - I - Another - . W . r ^ V :! - ■ , Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, *2.00 per Year. STURGEON BAY, WIS., DEC '*$* ' Victor L. Berger, socialist, is again ‘ ' representative-elect from the Fifth district, 1 Milwaukee, having defeated Henry H. Bodenstab, fusion...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 December 1919

! ' ’ oooRoommr advocate, stdrobom bat, w i» c : V :v . DECEMBER M , 101*. Pate R lw SATISFYING RELIEF FROMJJIMBAGO £loanVLinim ent has die punch that relieves rheumatictwinges C o u n ty N ew s. WASHINGTON ISLAND. One of the Pilot Island Deserter’s Confession, In over the issue of the IfindlookingWashington Door County Advocate of Dec. 12th, I in the Island news scattering circulation-stimulating rem- ’* edy Penetrates without rubbing nrfit 16 the aching spot and brings quii lief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for external pains, sprains, strains, stiff­ ness, headaches, lumbago, bruises. Get your bottle today—costs little, means much, it by name. whole family. The big emy. 35c 70c, $1.40. Sloan’s All Minds Are Centered on One Spot when meal time draws near and that spot is the stomach. Have you stopped to consider that the-pas­ try you eat is* of vital importance. W e specialize on products for th home, and make deliveries from six to eight o'clock each morning. Tele­ pho...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 26 December 1919

irgMS Marine , Loss of Life Smalt. The total number of notjidents rb- sulting in loss of life during tho year •ending June 30, 1919, according to th e annual report of the steamboat inspection service was i9 4. The total number of lives lost was 643, of which 202 were passenger?. . Of the lives lost 170 were from atifclde, ac­ cidental drowning and otbhr causes beyond the power of the service fb prevent, leaving loss of 372 lives as fairly chargeable to accidents, col­ lisions, founderings, etc, There was an'Increase of forty-three ip the dum­ ber ot lives lost as compared wit]i the Previous fiscal year. Passengers to the number of 323,317,657 were car­ ried on vessels required by 1UW to m ake report of the number pt pasa- •engers carried. Dividing this num­ ber by 202, the total number of .pass­ engers lost, shows that-^,60),582 passengers were carried for oacs pas­ senger lost. There were 9,340 lives saved by means of life saving appli­ ances required by law. \"'H'1 o q u ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 January 1920

' VOLUME I \\ A A r i ’/ ^ *\\tsuc - JS*b NUMBER Ifil'«w itlB O E S T C IB C tlA T IO .I ■ * O R T H K A ST E R N v rU O O N S tll STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT ■STLKGKOIN BAY, WIS., FRIPAY, JANUARY 2.1920. tai'Btoi'ical Booas _ MADISON -WIS T E BIUW GS - ...■ » « » g o o d m s n r n k End* Came In Chicago Hospital Following Operation For Cancer Of Throat. P R O M IN E N T ODD FELLOW Had Been President of This District Association and Member of Penin . ' 'solar Lodge 20 Years—Oldest - Member of Local Fire De­ partment With Nearly 40 '*v -Yeans* Service. . Wallace L: Ives, proprietor of the \"'tvesM achineShop.oldestm em ber of ' the'city- fire department add promin- 1 en t in the Odd Fellows order died at : 8.o’clock the evening of Dec. 26, at St. Lukes hotipltai , Chicago, from lobar pneumonia, a complication , , wh’ich followed an operation on his / larnyx in which half of that organ \"\"was -removed tor cancer. The opera- tion w«s performed b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 January 1920

* ran* *»o IHMIK OllUNTV WViK’ATB. 8TURGEON BAY. fflH, JM U A Rt 2,1980. IS BUCK FROM EUROPE GOT NEW APPOINTMENT ILLINOIS DOCTOR XKBV. 9. GLOUDERMAN O F BBUS- 8EL8 VISITS HIS OLD HOME. L eft H ero In August For Holland and Also Visited the Old Battlefields of Devastated Belgium. In the Algoma Record-Herald of laBtW eek Is the following account of H. R . ISHERWOOD ASSUMES NEW DUTIES AT ST. IiOUIS. Is Secretary of Hoo Hoos, Southern Lumberman's Fraternal Association. In a recent issue The American Lumberman, published at St. Louis, th e trip of Rev. J. Glouderman, Of has the following to say regarding the Brussels, to his old some in Holland: j appointment, as secretary and treas- **The reverend gentleman left here urer of the Hoo-Hoo lumberman’s or- about the middle of AuguBt thte y e a r, ganization, of Henry R. Isherwood, and embarked from New York on A ugust 23rd, sailing direct for Hol­ land. He visited a t his old hom e-at Berlicum, near Bois Le Due. Holland, where he has four...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 January 1920

' l' tu t. I B . lANPART g. and other ecuritxeS STURGEON BAY, WIS., JAN. 2. “I’ll Tell the World” The man who doesn’t chew this class of to* bacco is not real satisfaction out his ^hewing. A small chew. It its rich taste. You don't have to take so many fresh chews. Any man who uses the Real To­ bacco Chew will tell you that. ( - JPutUp In Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CfjT,is a long fine-cut tobacco - an - B r u i o n C o m p a n y , 1107 B r o ad w a y . N e w Yor k City J.G.OLUN6 ER i INSURANCE MAN •iivmiOiiAVM* • REAL ESTATE \"AND LOANS * STURGEON BAY, WIS F IR E JS Y O U R .P'ROP'ERTYS G R E A T E S T F O E The Distance from Washing­ ton, D, C. to Denver, Colo, is 1,810 Miles DENVER SANFRANC1 SC 0* KASHIN Imagine a street of above length lined oh one side with buildings 65 feet apart. Then picture these buildings-ablaze, and all the excitement and dis­ tressing scenes incident to fires, and you may be able to form some idea of the annual destruction o f prop...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 January 1920

IHW»H OpUM'TY ADVOCATE^ STURGEON B & f, WW., JA fjlTA K ^a, ita o i School Resumes Jan. 6—-School wUl be resumed following the Christ­ mas vacation next Tuesday, Jan. 6. Void of Panama— Miss Alice Reyn­ olds gave a splendid talk on Pana­ m a last Sunday morning at the H eth o d ist church to a large and ap­ preciative audience. Patting Up Ice— Stegman and Tange started putting up ice last Saturday and have a large crow of men employed. There is 14 inches of clear blue ice in the tract they are cutting. \" Show Was Good—“Out of the Fog” a t the opera house for matinee and evening Christmas day was a very good picture and was seen by a good sized crowd at both shows. The music was also very good. Herring Biting Good— Hundreds Of pounds of herring are being caught with hook and line near the mbuth of th e bay by shanty fishermen, the price obtained being about .3 cents a pound. Price of perch has dropped to about 5 cents. A solid carload of perch was shipped from Sawyer Mon­ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 January 1920

D 0 0 3 o o u n c t a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n ' b a i , w i a , m s u a r i : !, 1020. p W*» pww | i#gRSQ^J.:,: M^N Tip N:: i : NEWSY NOTES CONOESNDTO PEOPLE YOU ENOW David Decker was In the city Mon­ day onjbusiness. John Webb returned Saturday m orning from a trip to Green Bay. Urban Allee who spent Christmas a t home, returned to Two Rivers last 'Saturday. ( H erbert W. Farrand of Appleton Bpent Christmas with his parents in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W ondrasek left yesterday for Kewaunee where they, will reside this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Leathern D. Smith returned Monday from Green Bay Where they spent Sunday. i Howard H. Farrand, who is at- teiding the state university of Iowa, was home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Valentine of Ephraim were guests of friends and relatives in the city Sunday. C. D. Brower of the Leathern and Smith company was in Green Bay Monday and Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Colignon were hero from Green Bay during the week...

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 — 2 January 1920

OOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, tR’URGBONBAY, WIBm lANVARY a , lffiSO. TO-DAY From Your H ardw are or Grocery Dealer SISTER BAY MAN DIES JOHN AUGUST JOHNSON, PROMI­ NENT MAN, PASSES AWAY. Came Here In 1883 and Helped Build F irst Baptist Church In Boor County. B U Y for N O W B U Y for F U T U R E T H E S T O R E T H A T S A V E S Y O U M O N E Y BEDS WANTED. F or $51,000 Issue of “Door County Soldier Bonus Bonds,’ Issued pursuant to Section 2 of Chapter 667, Laws of 1919. The Finance Committee will receive Sealed proposals for the purchase of $51,000 Issue of Door County’s \"Soldier Bonus- Bonds” up to Tuesday, January 30th, 1920, a t 11:00 o'cock, A.M. Said bonds will be dated March 1st, 1920, bearing: Interest at 5 per cent per an­ num, interest payable semi-annually, and In denominations of $100, $600, $1000, and m aturing as follows: $5100 March lBt, 1920 $5100 March 1st, 1921 $5100 March 1st, 1922 $5100 March 1st, 1928 $5100 March 1st, 1924 $6100 March 1st, 1926 i $6100 March 1st, 192...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 January 1920

____________________________________ d o o r o o m m A D v o c A m b m b w h o w b a y , m . J a n u a r y a , n»ao. '• Vagu Btrrtm fW?.AHS.hs. t o ' S H U B E R T “Shubert” Wants Wisconsin Furs A ll Y on C an Ship And Will Pay These Extremely High Prices GET A SHIPM ENT O FF-TO D A Y N ?l EXTRA LARGE I N ? I L A R G E N ?l M EDIU M N ? I S M A L L N ? 2 CXTBA TO AVERAGE I EXTRA TO AVERAGE I EXTRA TO AVERAGE 1 EXTRA TO AVERAGE AS TO SITE 8 GUAUTV M U SK R A T Winter Fall 6.00 to 5.25 5.00 to 4.00 4.75 to 4.00 3.75 to 3.00 3.75 to 2.751 2.75 to 2.00 j 2.50 to 2.00 1.75 to 1.50 2.50 to 1.50 1.75 to 1 ^ MI N K Fine, Dark Usual Color Pale 30.00to25.00 20.00tol6.00 15.00to 12.00 20.00tol6.00 15.00tol2.00 ll.OOto 9.00 15.00tol2.00 10.00to 850 8.00to 7.00 10.00 to 850 8.00 to 650 6.00 to 5.00 10.00 to 6.00 8.00 to 5.00 6.00 to 4.00 S K U N K N 9 | EXTRA LARGE ex t r a TO a v e r a g e N ? l L A R G E EXTRA TO AVERAGE N ? l M E D IU M EXTRA TO AVERAGE N ? l S M A L L EXTRA TO AVERAGE GOOD ...

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 — 2 January 1920

• ■„:“ V FriS!'.v S2S COUNTY ADVOCATE, STCBGEON WEDDING j f Olander .and .Bernard of .’. _ ■ :'•â–  i-lffp'S- 'Christmas Cnndlos■'/-v- : ’■•\"■ JJli'IMondny evening a t 5 o’clock a simple and quiet, but impressive \"wedding ceremony took place a t the Jacfcsonport. Lutheran parsonage By the glow of the Christmas tree candles Bernard Boettchef of For- .estvillo and Miss Alone Olander were united in marriage. Rev. Ewald Stet-z performing the ceremony. As witnesses John and % flarry Brann, Miss Nina Blalcefieidhncl El­ la Boetther were present4 .T h e bride is a daughter of Alfred ^lapflpr, Sr. of Baileys Harbor and i£ at-1 present teaching school in Forestylrto, where the groom is employed. The youn$ * couple will spend the week a t Bai­ leys H arbor before taking up their home in Forestville. Sawyer News. HAINESVILLB Manuel Halverson, who is em­ ployed at Manitowoc, is spending a few days at home. Miss Esther Olson of Evanston, 111., is homo for a few days. Tho Hainesvl...

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 — 9 January 1920

VOLUME 58 NUMBER m f lM T C m c pi,AWO!» o r HOaTBBA8TEIU« WIBCOimil **°BOS« « * y AQyOQAIE— -OOHBOLmAIED— noog CQPHTY DEMOCRAT Ofo BAY, W1S., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9.1920. - . . ^ '42 J U t o r i c a j ' ~ morsoH w s 1 Power Proposition Up At G. C.Luncheon BIO MEETING HEBE TODAY Representative Attendance of Cit­ izens Wanted At City Hall i . This Afternoon—Commer­ cial Chib, Committees ?v f .Appointed. . .Another very successful' noon-day ltmcheon by the Commercial Club was held Tuesday a t the Swoboda, about 35 business men being present. The principal topic taken up was the im portance of a representative a t­ tendance a t the joint meeting of the city council, Utility commission and the officials o f. the W isconsin Public Service company to be held at the ■ city hall this'afternoon a t 2 o’clock. '■•Mayor Edward S. Minor and Sup­ erintendent James E. Johnson of the local plant explained the High Palls proposition to th e assembled busi­ ness men. Mayor Minor’s invitatio...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 January 1920

Two DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE,BTURGEON BAT, W ® , JANUARY 9, 1920. K' ^ / j r, \"'s'r - Sawyer News. P. A. Zaslrow spent Now Years afternoon with friends at Maplewood Steve .Nelson went to Green Bay Monday afternoon on a bvislness trip Miss M artha Olson loft Monday for Marinette. Mrs. Gcise was a Maplewood vis­ ito r Monday. Miss Alice Giebert went to Oreen Bay on Monday afternoon. Felix Fortemps went to Green Bay Monday morning on business. Vergil Bentley returned to Arpin, \"Wis., Monday, where he is attending school. Miss Irene Plinske waa up from Maplewood Monday returning on the afternoon train. Mrs. Herman Boettcher went to Algoma Monday to visit friends and relatives for a short time. Carl W atson and Bert Baptist went to Green Bay Monday where they ex­ pect to find employment. Miss Sylvia Gigstead returned to Green Bay Monday to resume her studies at the college. Rev. R. T. Wilkowske made a Business trip to Green Bay on Friday returning the following day. Marvin Krueger, who ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 January 1920

POOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WDL JANUARY 0, 1920. PUg0..9ltM* REGLECTING THAT GOLD OR COUGH? Why, when Dr. King’s New Discovery so promptly checks it rfievelop ^S natural you don’t want to be careless and let that old cpld or cough drag on or that new. attack seriously. Not when you can ie t such a proved successful remedy as Dr. King’s New Discovery. Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not resist this standard reliever very long. Us' quality is as high today as it al- Ways has been—and it’s been growing steadily in popularity for more' than fifty years. 60c. and $1.20 a bottle at all druggists. Give it a trial. Tardy Bowels/ Inert Liver They ju st won’t let you put “pep” lato your work or play. Sick head­ ache comes from retaining waste mat­ te r and impurities in the body. Peel right for anything—make the Mver lively, the bowels function regu­ larly, with Dr. King’s New Life Pills. Smoothly yet positively they produee results that cleanse the system and make the liver and bo...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 January 1920

iH M m c o u n ty A D vq ci^^-«w nN iw M ir 'm rjm w »h - -y A M V JM r^iiriii N * 1 1 ' - *c ' ! LOCALS !.i| V .U tt .fiv ^ S W J O ^ t - t T h * W .C .T JJ^w ill. m qet 'r i t b M rs. W alter W oerfel Tuesday aftern o o n , J a n . 13. M iss M argaret R eynolds w ill speak. B oys a R om e— T he M e rc h a n t Ex­ ch an g e B nak sold th e form er Sham po TionBe in th e W agner addition, first w ard, to Sam Londo. l eronta^^n{& o h 't ! ^ o M 4^W ^ah qnd C larks Lake. Mr. P erry purchased th e j^Sjpperty fo r th e tim ber w hich Is on i^ j^ f lg in a l ly th e Joyce tr'detj com prised, 1,300 acres b u t th e ottier. 600 ' acres has been sold in recent years to term ers of th a t vicinity. Took a B ad Tum ble— F rancis Van Dreese, 14-year-old son of John Van Dreese and a pupil a t th e parochial school, was h u rt severely a t school M onday m orning and has been con­ fined to his hom e since. It was feared th a t his skull was fractured but it Dordhs Society— T he Dorcas So...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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