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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

, PO O fr O O ipT y A PypC A m gTPBQBOW BAY, eao, i9ao. \\ \\ r , 5 r — r t m \" am\\i. Hiw im i III IIMHIini m i w PERSONAL W EW 8Y H 0TM CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW . Gust Albert of Little Sturgeon was in the city on business Monday. P eter Knutson ot Newport was a business visitor in te city yesterday. D. L. Ramage made a business trip to Green Bay fore part of the. week. P rank Dunlap was a visitor at Green Bay the fore part of the week. Mrs. H arry Evans left Saturday for Milwaukee for a visit with friends Henry Gericke made a business trip here from Algoma during the week. Leo LaMere left during the week for Kenosha^where'he will be em­ ployed. William Daniels who is employed at Manitowoc was At his home here over Sunday. L. D. Smith was in W ashington, D. C„ during the present week on business Otto Spiegelmeister of Jackson- port was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Leo Kohibeck of Algo'ma was a business visitor in the city during the week. Mrs. W . P. Smith and young...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

O O P N T * FEBRUARY 87, 1020. Clay Banks We have been enjoying mild weath­ er the past few days. Henry Schmeltzer made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay Friday. Miss Carrie Nelson was visiting a few days with Mrs. Otto Pfile. Miss Amanda Mickelson and broth­ er George have been on the sick list. Marvel Pfile and Edward Olson spent Sunday evening in Sturgeon Bay. Mrs. Ole Halverson spent a few day visiting her daughter, Mrs./JIenry Sorenson. The Ladles Aid Society meets with Mrs. Gilbert Magisted Wednesday, March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mitts enter' tained a few of their friends at din­ ner Sunday. Miss Grace Mackey, a student of the Algoma training school, spent the week end at her home. Miss Clara Viste returned to her home last' Saturday after spending , some time at Adolph Jomes. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viste enter­ tained a number of their friends at supper Thursday evening. Mrs. Halvor Bergene of Sawyer, is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Embric Viste. Miss Sophia Vis...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

' * * ' r . , , , , . . VOCATE. A R T 27, 1920. I O W W **** * * * * * * * Mrs. Josephine ly ill at the SUBJECT TO TAX Gains for 1919 Must Be Figured , Under U. S. Law—Returns Due March 15. UNO SALE PROFITS TAXABLE. May Ba sclal Farm for Farm Â¥!ETg$&st£Si pips his other income was sufficient to require an inconie tax return a com­ be Med with the col­ lector of Internal revenue by March 15. A farmer should ascertain the gross income of his farm by computing ail gains derived from the sale or ex­ change of his products, whether pro­ duced on the farm or purchased and From his gross income allowed to charge off all of his neces­ sary expenses In the conduct of the farm during the year. These include costs of planting, cultivating, harvest­ ing and marketing. In addition to these costs he may deduct money spent for ordinary farm tools of short life bought during the year, such as shov­ els, rakes,.etc. Also, the cost of feed . purchased for his live stock may be treated as...

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 — 27 February 1920

E ig h t p o o b o o u n t t A D v o o A m snTR O K O N B A y. w m „ Bowling Results • A h o t finish characterizes th e end : of th e w inter howling to u rn am en t a t - th e Tw enty Club. N um erous neck a n d heck contests replaced leaders, tie d up team s for first place and ju s t sim ply m akes th e final results som e­ th in g very uncertain. in th e N ational League M onday n ig h t th e T hird W ard Specials '-d e ­ feated th e H air Tonics and w ent into vfirst place. D r. C urtin w ith a 648 score receiving the plaudits o f th e m oititnde. T uesday n ig h t by defeating th e .ITell D ivers th e E asy M oneys tied th e T h ir d . W arders to r first place, th e E a s y Moneys getting a 2,763 score. ’ T h e tie is to be rolled off {Saturday -n ig h t. ^ ‘A m erican L eague finals are to be Tolled T hursday and F riday. T here a re possibilities of th e F reig h t A gents b ein g tied by th e Spike H orns who tOok ano th er fall o u t of th e F alling F iv e by one pin ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

LARGEST O RCTOATIO S HI NO H TH BA8TEB5 WISCONSIN gTUROEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED—~DOOE COURT? DEMOCRAT STURGKON BA Y, W ig ., FR ID A Y . FEBRU A RY 27. 1920. Distribution Is Delayed CORRECT LIST WANTED. liOeal' Legion Post Will Take Charge of Distribution But Want last, of Nearest ReL I atiyes Who Have Not v Received Theirs. . D ue to certain conflictions in the distribution of the Certificates of Honor given by . the French govern­ m ent to the nearest relative of each deceased service m an the local post of the American Legion has not re­ ceived a. sufficient num ber of certif­ icates so th at each Do.or county fam­ ily entitled to one will receive it w ithout some delay. T hru the confliction, or misunder­ standing, a t state headquarters some of-s these certificates were sent out ■direct to the nearest relatives, while others-were sent to the local post and the post has no way of determining who has received certificates. Below is printed the list of Door county's de...

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 — 27 February 1920

■j-' , DOOR OOPNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WI&, FEBRUARY 87, IttM v V t* J S They couldrit be built now for twice$7i.ooo When the talk turns from politics to railroads, and the traveler with the cocksure air breaks in with, “There’s an awful lot of ‘water’ in the railroads,” here are some hard-pan facts to give him: American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile —roadbed, structures, stations, yards, termin­ als, freight and passenger trains—everything from the great city terminals to the last spike. A good concrete-and-asphalt highway costs $36,000 a mile—just a bare road, not count­ ing the cost of culverts, bridges, etc. Our railroads couldn't be duplicated to­ day for $150,000 a mile. • They are capitalized for only $71,000 a mile— much less than their actual value. Seventy-one thousand dollars today will buy one locomotive. English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a mile the French at $155,000 German $132,000 even in Canada (still in jpioneer development) they are cap...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

m v m a m m a d v o g a h l a t t m t do or o o cttt ad vocatb, sturgeon ba t, I n s - FEBRUARY 27, 1090. .VtfrW km *. j / •â–  ■£ I ■n ’t',* f ii’/f-^ ' 1 itiusGtes\" and nerves, and then, to whip them with coffee, with, its drag caffeine* makes worse* ^hat contains no drug* Jxrt furrrishesa fmely fla­ vored beraage, full-bodied and robust, ‘ ters. sizes At grocers Usually sold iat 25*:&151 Tostum Cereal Co.,Battle Creek.Mich i You can make .good bread from die flour you are using, but wouldn’t you like to make b e t t e r bread — daintier, tastier, bread — at the same Senora de Veyra Describes Status of Women in the Philippines. / Tbe Filipino woman Is destined to be In the world's spotlight more than ever before as a result of tbe n ew s'ju st received by cable from Manila to tbe effect th at tbe Philippine senate has passed the equal suffrage bill giving women full political rights with men. This would indicate th at the Filiplna may beat her American sisters to the ba...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

c ^' i IKKR*ITNTY A D V O C A T e^g ip ^M RS ENDED TWENTY Y SEARC TO THE SICK OB. HOAG, the Chicago SpeClnlUt, gnats all Nervous and Chroolo Dls- eases of Men, Women and Children, And offers to all that will call on that day, date and daring the honrs given Mow, consultation and advice SHE® OS' OHARGB. D r. C . A . H o a g Chicago. DLt will be in Sturgeon Bay at Hotel Swoboda, on Thursday, Mar. 11, office hours 10 a. m,. to 7 p. m . ZOTH YEAR OF SPECIAL PRACTICE In the treatment of chronic diseases has. merited the confidence Dr. C, A., Hoag • f Chicago maintains. An honest opinion and diagnosis always given. gHe has to his credit many Wonderful cores in diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Nerves and .Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and other rectal diseases—Catarrh . which poisons the breath, Stomach and Lungs and paves the way for consump. Hon also throat and ear diseasen, BLOOD AND SKIN Diseases, Pimples, Ecxoful^Tumors, Goiters, Appendicitis, ^Tett...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

' * k ^ * i ** ' ^ r ^'sf'1 OTUBGBON BAY, W U L./FK BRi: ARV 27, 1020. I i i m m » »♦«»! 11 » W M H M M m m 1 AiniNbTOTRIAX£ Offer a t present rate of Mark exchange the most attractive In­ vestment features. They can be bought at almost one-fifteenth their normal value and are-entirely independent of political or economic develop- ments. ■ 7' ' . ■ ■ .'■.-■■■ . '■ ■ ■ \\ Through our Berlin Office, we are in daily touch with the Ber­ lin Bourse and can offer reliable, quotations and prompt ex­ ecution of orders. v w e also accept Marks in payment for Bonds plus sm all charge for expenses. ' W rite for our prices before purchasing from others. VON POLENZ & CO., Inc. 580 MACK BLOCK, MILWAUKEE, WIS. NEW FORK OFFICE _ BERLIN OFFICE 60 Broadway. ^ Jaegerstrasse 47 : Locks Butts Nails Night Latefies Door Bells Hardware Sash Lifts :: Drawer Pulls :: Transom Lifts Padlocks :: Door Checks :: Etc., E tc. Wheii you build a house you expect it to last a lifetim...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

' POOH COUNTY AD VoCATB. BTUBQJBOM BAX, WU., FEBRUARY 27,1920. m s PAM M 5 MINUTES Agony of Rheumatism and Gout, Neih -.. ralgia, Lumbago, Chest Colds and Soro Throat Ended in Half the Time It Takes Other Remedies. - Montnrlne won’t blister—It Is always , w*dy for use— It’s grandmother's old- tUtshtdncd mustard plaster with other mp-to-dato pain killers added. The best and quickest remedy In the two rid for lameness, sore muscles, stiff sneck. cramps in leg, earache, backache, ibeadache and toothache. Begy'a Nfustarlne—ask fot It by name, a s made of real, honest, yellow mus- itard—not cheap substitutes vise It freely tto draw the pain from those sore feet— Jt*a great for chilblains, too, and for -frosted feet Ask for and get MuBtarlno always in the yellow box. “ONLY ONE THING BREAKSJIY GOLDI “T h atfi Dr. King’s New Dig-' covery for fifty years a cold-breaker” ■XTOTHING but sustained quality and unfailing effectiveness can i arouse such enthusiasm. Noth­ ing but sure relief from...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

x*r 1 ■ .’v VOCATO, ' BAY, W18.. 27, 1920. “Oets-It” Stops Pain Instantly and JJom Soon lifts Bight Off • A few drops of \"Gets-It” Quenches morn pains like w ater quenches Are. Olves you Immediate relief. The corn begins to lose Its grip *,t once. In a day or two it is eo loose that you can lift it off, roots and all, ’twlxt thumb and finger. That’s the last of it, as millions have, found A lt It is the simple, effective and common-sense way to be rid of corns. “Gets-It,” the never-failing, guar­ anteed, money-back corn remover, . costs but a trifle a t any drug store. -Mf’d by, E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. Sold In Sturgeon Bay and recom­ m ended as th e w orld’s best corn rem ­ edy by C. P. B assett D rug Store and Em il W . Hide’s D rug Store. «“A SHINE IN EVERY DROP’* Black Silk Stove Polish 1 Is different* Itdoos not I dry opt can bo used to the I last drop: liquid and n one quality absolutely _ vrastasnodastordirt. Yoa I Bret your money 'a worth. 1 Black Silk * Stove ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 February 1920

DOOR COUNTY APVOOAqt^ ^ FEM IU A RV 27, lOM.i: *\" Keep your body’ well nourished and strong and there is little danger. It’s, essential that you keep up your resistance. There are thousands of families who would not dream of being without the protection that EMULSION fiords. The right ijba is to start in the fall with Scott’s Emulsion and be protected for a strenuous winter. It’s Scott’s you ask for. The Nonrcsrian-cod-Uver oil tiaed i n Scott’. Enwhkm is super-refined i n our 00a American Laboratories. O s purity and quality is unsurpassed. Scott&Bowne,Bloomfield ,N.J. b n ig h t Tomorrow Alright MEET DEMANDS OF TRAFFIC Construction of Freak Highway# Should Be Stopped—Permanency Should Be Sought. J. J. Hill, In a speech in Minne-. apolfs, January 23,1910, said: \"If the problem of the railroad terminals be neglected for the next five years as It has for the last ten, It will blight every form of activity by paralyzing the whole trade.” W. C. Brown, president of the New York. C...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 March 1920

v ^ .n w r T ^ ' W - v ^ - ^ iT * . * * * * * * . A n T ^ A A 4 m n NUMBER VOLUME 58 50 8TDB0E0N BAY ADVOCATE— —CONSOLIDATED___ DOOR COUNTY DEMOCBAT , I*AHGEST CIBCPIiA.TIO’f - n NOHTHEA8TEHN w iscossrt STUKGKOfil BAY, Wife., FKIDAY. MARCH 5. 1920. jPlan Projected At C. C. ’’ Luncheon those who were assets to the com­ munity and those who'were a detri­ ment.. In the former class are those who inquire, \"What can I do'for the community in which I live?1* In the latter class are those who want to know, “What is there in it for me?\" TO BE RUN BY SISTERS, PATRIOT PROGRAM BV WOMAN’S CLUB Doctors, Ministers and Chamber of Commerce Committee Are Co-operating \"Tri Devising Feasible Plan To Put Project Thru. Ministers, doctors and a Chamber of Commerce committee are working on a plan for financing a big general hospital for die city of Sturgeon Bay and for Door county, the result of the Chamber of Commerce lunc&eon at the Swoboda Tuesday noon at which was present the largest gatherin...

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 — 5 March 1920

\\9 m * *wo POOR-COUNTY ADVOCATE, STUBORQN BAY. VI& , Sawyer News. LOSES FATHER AND MOTHER P aren ts of Otto Green Botli Dio of H eart Failure w ithin Fifteen Honrs. O tto G reen, proprietor of the local ato n e qu arry and coal yard, lost both •his fa th e r and m other w ithin fifteen h o u rs. Both w ere victim s of h eart failu re. H is m other, Sirs. Adolph Green, died' a t h er hom e in Green B ay a t 4 d’clock T hursday afternoon o f .la s t week. His fath er died in his h e rth in a Chicago & N orthw estern tra in about 7 o’clock F rid ay m orning w h ile th e tra in was running between Sheboygan and M anitowoc. He was on his way hom e following receipt o f notice th a t his wife w as critically ill. H e had no knowledge of her death . Mr. Green was 69 years of age on F eb . 2, and M rs. Green would have been 69 years of age h a d she lived u n til M arch 18. He w as born in B aden, Germ any, and cam e to the \"United S tates w hen a boy. He locat­ e d in G reen B 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 — 5 March 1920

d o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a t e , muRGRON ra y , w ib, m n o B 4 » , i m BILLY SUNDAY ON SPIRilTUALIiSM - I f you suspect coffee is upsetting your stomach or nerves, don’t let the mat­ ter run along. Find out! Change over for ten days to Rev. S. Groeofeldt Offers Evangelist's Opinion On Communication W ith Dead. Bn|e£ a snappy, invigorating table beverage made from wheat, with a bit of whole­ some molasses. Postum has a delight­ ful flavor, much like a high grade coffee, but there are no coffee troubles in Postum. “There's a Reasonit Made by Postum Cereal Co., Battle Creek,, Mich. To The Advocate: I wish for the special benefit of the readers of your paper who axe church members th at you would publish the inclosed extract of a sermop recently delivered by the famous Biity Sunday, entitled, “God’s Call to the \\yorld.” This is a day when many ate reach­ ing out to find comfort and help, for the world was never in greater need of sympathy and cheer than at the present time! ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 March 1920

?\\ a 'WmiiWomr ' v - \" - * bnnn m i POOR QofaffTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, W IS, ----------------------- ' MARCH 5, 1020. O N T H E D E FE N SIV E ! During the aftermath of influenza or its debilitating compli* cations, there is more than ordinary need that you nourish and protect every avenue of your strength. because of its efficient tonic-nutrient properties, daily helps tens of thousands to renewed strength. Those who are fearful or randown in vitality should use the means f that help build up a healthy resistance. What SCOTT'S does for others it will do for yon.—Try it! The exclasiye grade of cod-llrer oil tued in Scott’s Enm Uoo is the famous * U r tnade in Norway and refined in o ar o w n American Laboratories. I t is o guarantee of parity and palatabillty unsurpassed. Scott Be. Bowue. Bloomfield, N. I. 19-2* ■mil No Waste Motion Here The packing business is noted for the elimination of waste in m anufacturing. Swift & Company is equally^effective in saving waste in th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 March 1920

, w DOOM COUNTS ADVOOAfB, STURGEON BAT. W IB, MARCH S, 1920. County News. Sevastopol Henry Dettmann is on the sick Ust. Just a bad cold. Dick Koopmann was at Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday on business. A little girl recently arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Nel- Bon. ' Omer, son of Mr and* Mrs. Harry Moeller had his tonsils removed on Tuesday. Miss Francis Graf is at Sturgeon Bay this week having, her tonsils re­ moved. Mrs. Anna Stoffels was , visiting with relatives at Green Bay and* Mil­ waukee this week. Frank Hempel and John Walker are busy cutting fire wood for next winter. The boys don’t believe in freezing. The Whiteflsh Bay fishermen were busy this week getting out poundnet stakes from Frank Hempel’s tract of land near Whitefish Bay. The following gentlemen purchas­ ed cars from Felhofer Bros, the past week: Jos. Weber, John Zelhofer, Frank Boejack, Wm. Paul, and Wal­ ter Simon. Dick Koopmann, a prosperous young farmer of Sevastopol, during the week purchased a tract...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 March 1920

ivOOR COUNTY A P V O C A ^ S T lrik m d y BAT, W iS., MARCHS, 1020. LOCALS \\V. C. T. U.Mcet—The \\V. w ill meet with Mrs. Vender next Tuesday afternoon.- Dorcas Meeting—The Dorcas Sb^TBhds amounting to about $50 was clety will meet with Miss Hattie Rey­ nolds, Tuesday evening, March 9tli. Numbers In Window— In the win­ dow of the Groceteria is posted the numbers that entitles the lucky cus­ tom ers to free groceries which the store was offering. - An Extra Sunday— For the first tim e in 48 years there are 63 Sun­ days in the year, and last Sunday was the extra one. It will qot . happen again for 28 years, not until 1948, Church Supper—The Methodist Ladies Aid Society will serve a sup­ per at the church parlors on Thurs day evening, March 11th. Every­ body is cordially invited to attend, Baby Girl— Mr. ahd Mrs. OliVer McMullen, North Sixth street, are re­ joicing over the arrival o f.a baby daughter at their home. Mother and baby are doing fine.— Manitowoc Herald News. Tax Ma...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 5 March 1920

POOR OOUNTY APVOCATB, 8TUBGEON BAY, WIS* MARCH. 5, 1020. - :: PERSON AL MENTION ':: in5W8T n o t e s c o n c e r n in g p e o p l e t o o k n o w John Egan has been confined to his home, ill with chickenpox. ’ Miss Irene Simon who teaches at Algoma was at home over Sunday. . C. C. Cheeseniaa went to Green Bay Wednesday on a business trip. David Sullivan of Maplewood was a business visitor in the .dry Tuesday O. E. Jung left Tuesday for Choa- go to dispose of some property he has there. / Frank Conjurske lteft Tuesday on a business trip to Milwaukee and Chicago. . Mrs. I. Brandeis returned home on Tuesday after a several weeks visit at Milwaukee. Frank Moeller left Wednesday on a business trip to Fond du Lac and Milwaukee. ' Miss Marjorie Sibree of Greep Bay is spending the present week i at- her home in this city. Mrs. John. Perry returned. Satur­ day from a week’s visit at Manito­ woc and Milwaukee. 'u Mrs. Charles Thompson of Apple­ ton was the guest of Mrs. Frank DreBser th e ...

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 — 5 March 1920

fSlfe':r* a » la » t - \" nnns nm nm ADVOOAm ■ « « » » » ■ ‘ m m u t n / n x m m«a ^ POOBOOUWT1 a p v o Q A m w r o o a o fl b a t . w n ^ M Aiura a . isa o . K R mro& AlriiKt 3 r Mlgfws *f*OtCtN£ DRUGGIST EMIL H . IHDB’A DRUG STORE ThiiisSiie Store Polish & Should Use IT'Staken different fro m ’ _ Others because more cars'- is in the making’- and the materials used are of’ higher grade, ^ Black Silk , Stove Polishi flakes a brttltot, sDky polish that does I not b nS or dost off,'and the shlnelasts I times a s long a s ordinary stove! fontm jpollsb. Used on sam ple stoves and sold | by hardware and grocery dealers. I jftM we asktaatrial. Use it on your cook stove, {Oaf Wrior stove or your gas range. If yon * » t find it tho best stove polish yoo ever bwdt your dealer is authorized to refund your “Doney. Insist on Black Silk Stove Polish, , Maoe In liquid or paste—one Quality. Black Silk Stove Polish Works i Sterling, IHinob orbraaa. ItbaaxipecnsalforuaeouButamQ...

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