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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

ajgtfi BftOH OOTOT*W OCA3fE, grPSOEON B A x f m i . APRIL 8,1920. ” &.'*• \\ * ~ 9 *iuiL : SHOE POLISHES BEST FOR HOME SHINES SAVE THE LEATHER THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES PASTES AND LIQUIDS **BUck’2?^£M ® «* *«» THE F. F. DALLHY CORKJRATIONS LTD.. - BUFFALO. N. Y. “You’re ttteManto be Satisfied” says the Gopd Judge You get a whole lot more satis­ faction from a little of the Real Tobacco Chew than you ever got from the old kind. The good, rich tobacco taste lasts- so much longer. You don’t need a fresh chew so often. That’s why it costs you less. Any man who uses the Real To­ bacco Chew will tell you that. ' Put Up In Two Stales RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco la n - B r u t o n C o m p a n y . 1107 B r o a d w a y , N e w Y o r k City Hu Hunger is never more than Jjfjew days away from the American people, Th e .coal strike showed us wh narrow margin the country goes on, evemn a non- perishable necessity which canape stored. Swift & Comp...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

,jK ^:^rartecB'' POOR OOUNTY APVOtaHHf W PgflH O N BAT, WHL, APRIL % 1(180. More Corn 'IhEkrts-It\" Never leaves aCorn On - Any Foot For Very Long. T he hurting- \"pep” goes rig h t p u t « f th a t corn the m om ent a few dro ps of \"G ets-It” landB thereon. It ‘ Is through, and \"for keeps,” C ores a nd “G ets-It” C an’t L ive ■V T ogeth er Ton’ll have no m ore pain but w ill n o tice th e corn getting loose and w obbly. In a day o r so, you lift I t rig h t off w ithou t any feeling. T h a t's th e end of the corn and of y o u r troubles. M illions have proved \" G e ts-It” to be the one • and only u n failin g , common sense corn re ­ m over. * W hy not you? * “G ets-It” costs but a trifle a t any d ru g sto re and carries a m oney- b ac k guarantee. Mf’d. by E. Law ­ ren ce & Co.. Chicago. Sold In Sturgeon Bay and recom­ mended as the world’s best com rem­ edy by 0. P. Bassett Drug Store and JSmll W. Ihde’e Drug Store. FACTS ABOUT OUR GOVERNMENT. Local Financial Inst...

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 — 2 April 1920

. ' - ' * . ■ BAT, 102o. If \\bu like The YouV like andyoull like it better if you are one of those with whom, coffee dis­ agrees - J h e flavor is similar b u t jPos~txzjxL does not contain, caffeine op any €)ther dru£ jBetterhealth follows the change. Sold b y all Grocers Made by Postum Cereal Co„ Battle Creek,Mich. W W H H W H H W H W W W H H W t W W H W W W W Red Clover Mammoth Clover Alsike Clover j It Pays to Buy the Best Tested Seeds i j of a High Germination THE FOLLOWING IS THE LIST OF FARM i SEEDS WE CARRY IN STOCK: Timothy Kentucky Blue Grass Red Tqp iWhite Blossom Sweet Clover Orchard Grass Montana Alfalfa Millet Seed Flax Seed? Genuine Grimms Alfalfa, Dwarf Essex Rape • j Seed, Liscum Variegated Alfalfa. | Soy Beans, Rutabaga and Turnip Seed, Mang- :: j I el Wurtzel, Speltz, Seed Barley, Seed Wheat, ■ ■ Seed Peas. A complete line of Badger Brand Seed Com. Bonanza Seed Oats and Spring Rye. For sale at T e m l e s S B r a n d e i s STURGEON BAT AND SAWYER Phone 41...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 2 April 1920

ips * _ f * OFFICE OF COUNTY CLERK, FOR DOOR COUNTY, STURGEON BAY, WIS., MARCH 26,1920. To th e E lectors of Door County: N otice is hereby given th a t an elec­ tion of delegates to th e N ational Con­ vention is to be held in the several towns, w ards, villages a n d ' election precincts in the County of Door, on the 6th day of A pril, 1920, a t w hich ^cliosent' ^rfib nam es' of th e delegates' for ecah party to be voted for, whose nom inations have been ceretified to or filed in this office a re given below un­ d er th e title of th e office, and under th e ap propriate p arty or o th er des­ ignation, each in its proper colum n, in the sam ple b allo t below. INFORM ATION TO VOTERS. The follow ing-instructions are giv- A ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f o j C ^ ^ ^ a ^ a n d guidance of v o te rs t v - ~r ^ ■\" A v oter upon en terin g th e polling place and giving h is nam e and resi­ dence, w ill receive a ballot front th e ballot clerk w hich m u st have indors­ ed th ereo n th e nam es ...

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 April 1920

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

v.v - rate *»® Sawyer News. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo P.llnske went to Maplewood Saturday. Leonard Pfeifer has a fine lot of Collie pups born recently. Perry Sclijoth, who has been here ■for some time, left Monday for Mil­ waukee. Norman ** Green returned to St. Uorbert’s College at DePere Monday to resume his studies.- John Sorenson of Rhinelander was \"here the fore part of the Week look­ ing after his cherry orchard. Chester Robertson left Monday for St. Paul, Minn., and later expects to s o to STontana. Felix Debroux went jto Milwaukee Monday to drive a new car here which hik'd been in storage there.- Mr. fiind Mrs. Eugene Hpald went to Forestyille,Saturday to spend Eas­ ier Sunday with relatives. Miss Florence Knutk jtetufhed to Appleton Saturday to resume her studies at Appleton College. ' Howard MacLennon and family are there from Cleveland, Ohio, visiting Mr. and Mrs? D. L. MacLennon. MWs Irefie Backey, who Was hoirie rfrom Ripon College for Buster vaca- rtion, returned to Ri...

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

POOB OOTOTBr APPQCATB, OTPBCMOIt llAT, W B . AgnCT/«, ^ sft.« Shoulders A ll Baking Cares When CALUMET comes in, all baking troubles take quick leave. You go right ahead and mix up bak­ ing materials, for biscuits— cakes— anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. C A L U M E T BAKING POWDER .s most popular because it does give most perfect results. It has the big­ gest demtind because it is the most dc-1 pendable. The fact that it is the big­ gest seller proves that it is the best. A trial wiB convince you that there is none “j ust as gooil,” Buy a can—if you are not satisfied take it back and get your money back. . Calumet contains only such ingre- I ditnts as have beea approved S officially by the U. SfsOOd * Authorities. w Wio m e trScn sffilStjijk? 'SflCW ESV \" GgoAL&rr HIGHEST AWARDS Consolidate Schools. D istricts Around Fish Creek Are Considering Consolidation A t Once. . There l3 a_ possibility of a consoli­ dated school' being built ...

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

Beor County Advocate ■stored at the Postofflc* a t Sturgeon Bar, Wls., aa aecond-clus matter. • Published By (to r C onti N tisbing Company Incorporated. JBrery Friday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wla H. X SANDERSON, Mgr. / Address all communications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Prloe, $2.00 per Tear. ga erderlag addreee ehaaged, the eld aa erallaa themewaddreaa ehould be give* with Its additional equipment, and new system which it is to adopt to handle the passenger and freight business. With all of these trans­ portation lines furnishing a m eansof handling the traffic, there is no Reason why a greater number of people than usual should not come into Door county during 1920. STURGEON BAY, WIS., APRIL 9. Time Will Toll. By voting down the raising of $25,- 000 as the county’s share of the con­ struction of the trunk line thru the towns of Union and Brussels, Door county’s county board takes the first big Step toward curtailing its road ywork. Whether the movement was a ' wise oiie...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 April 1920

POO* OOtrmnr APVOCAJ38, STURGEON B M V ^ i ^ - A P B I l i .0 , 1020. * LIa. ,V ‘-'''•’•V-N . wmglw WmWW'•.'•â–  . W u h u i j house * r SAYEB jE ® K ^ ^ jtso Would Die-* s,-ek and Bealthy. * Iti reporting1 his experience, Mr. 7 . C. Haste) of Rock Bridge Baths, iVh., stated: “My horse la the best advertisement yon would want, for Hr. LeGear’a Stock Powders. He in a run down fix: and poor and u thought he would die soon. I got some of Dr. Le Gear’s Stock Powders -—and today he is as fine a .looking horse as you can see in this section. I only used a few boxes of Dr. LeGear’s Stock Powders.” fr 1 Mr. Huste benefitted by the advice of Dr. LeGear, Graduate Veteri­ nary Surgeon of 27 yeark’ experi­ ence. % By following the Doctor's (treatment, you can keep your stock eleek and healthy. Here's his offer [to you. Get a package of Dr. iLeGear's Stock Powders from your •dealer feed it to your horses, milk «pws, steers, hogs, apd sheep as per directions. I f after a thorough trial, t he ...

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 — 9 April 1920

Six DOOM oouwr* ADVi LOCALS S ta r Dane©— The E astern S tar a re giving a dance a t th e K. t*. hall this evening. ', Dorcas— The D orcas Society will xaeet w ith Miss M argaret Reynolds n ex t Tuesday evening. Robeknhs— The R ebekah sewing circle w ill m eet at th e hom e of Mrs. C. TV. Sanderson Tuesday afternoon. E astern Star— The order of E ast­ e rn S tar will hold a reg u lar m eeting a n d initiation T hursday evening, A pril 15. Baileys H arbor Dance— W elter’s or cb estra w ill play a t a big dance to he h eld a t Schrain’s hall, Baileys H ar­ bor, Friday night, A pril 16. C hurch Supper— T he Ladies Aid Society of the Congregational church w ill give a supper a t th e home of Mrs. H. E. Stedm an on T hursday eve­ ning, April 15. All are welcome. Lived B u t One Day— A hahy boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hanson E aster Sunday died th e following day. F uneral services w ere held T uesday, Rev. E. J. Symons officiat­ ing. • W.C.T.IT. M eeting—The annual business m eet...

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 — 9 April 1920

IXOR OOIJMTÂ¥ APVUOATK, OTPBQEON BAY, W Ifl.. APRIL 9 , 1020. i fRSONAL MENTION | : Hi 1 NOTES OONOERNiNG PEOPLE YOU KNOW i - l i t it tt tt a i**i* i t t f t if • • i a t r t rr 1111 i n i sp en t ?isha m ade a business trip See the fore part of the H oeflinger left M onday for w here h e w ill be em- Mr. Mrs. C. D: Brower E a s te r ly a t Green Bay, Gyldfoh is hom e th is w eek from St. jopnJH tary academ y a t D ela- fleld, Ghi to Mi week.: Mirfiel K alm bach arriv ed hom e M ondpr a v isit from B altim ore. H e Oevine, w ho is em ployed in Milw e. spent E a ste r a t his hom e here. F r M ilt?: Ploy 0 ]h n h as re tu rn e d hom e, h av­ in g ] em ployed a t Sheboygan th e pastjter. Mid M rs. F red L au celebrated theijver w edding a n n iv e rsa ry 'o n M arf5th . jjH enry H aberlie of G reen Bay spefaster a t th e hom e of Mrs. Paijonda. Jn ey T. A. Sanderson and H. E , Im an w ere a t G reen B ay on buss W ednesday. enqe P eterson retu rn ed from a wej visit a t M ilw aukee ...

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 — 9 April 1920

” 1 . v r r ' ' . . . , . / - f ' ' i 1 ' - ...: : ^ ” *» i Hill II.I— How. When end Where? Everybody knows that money goes, but how many know how, when or where? Every salaried worker owes it to himself to consider carefully what he gets for what he spends. A Checking Account puts a chock on indiscriminate expenditures-— the check-book user figures ahyays so that he will have an adequate balance in the bank. We invite Checking Accounts. Are You Prepared Are you carrying enough FIRE and TOR­ NADO INSURANCE on your buildings? Do' you realize that you would pay double the cost of five years ago to replace1 them, whether of dwelling, mercantile, special hazard, or other occupancy? A dwelling built in 1914 at a coot of $3,000 and insured for $2,000 burned in 1$L9. It cost the owner $6,000 or TIJREE TIMES the4 amount collected from the insurance company to rebuild. This wctuld have been equal­ ly true of any type of building construction. Can you afford to take such a chance? Decide q...

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

DOOBOOPWTT APVOOACT, STPBOaOlt BAT, WB8M APRIL 0.1080. ' P a f* I tM the Waste •HE Standard Oil Company (Indiana) renders a vital ser­ vice by giving multiplications of value to that portion of the crude oil left, after gasoline, kerosene, and lubricating oils have been ex­ tracted, through the production of innumerable by-products, each supplying a definite need. : Thus have been developed products such JParowax, which serve such useful pur­ poses as a protective coating for cheese, meats, and sausages for match ends for water-proofing milk bottle caps, ice cream pails, and paper drinking cups and for sealing preserved vegetables, fruits and ■ jellies pgainst bacteria, ferments and mold. These are but a few of the uses of one of the more than 2000 products manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana), covering needful commodities from asphalt to candles. ' So vast a program could not be carried out except by a highly specialized organiza­ tion, developed to maintain num...

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 April 1920

POOB OOPSTO APVOCAIB, WTOQBOM BAT. T O . APBII. », 1M«. In2000Counties This Month The Forces of the Church of Christ « W ill Gather To Face the Facts r2000 !*J counties In the United States the pastors and laymen of 30 great denominations will meet in conference this month. It is the kind of conference that generals hold before a critical engagement that business men hold before entering a new market. A conference of judgment, not emotion a clear-eyed facing of the facts. J A Survey that Business Men Must Admire For more than a year hundreds of workers have been quietly engaged in making a scientific survey of the mission fields, and of America county b y county. The facts developed are startling. No such picture of America's religious situation has ever before been drawn. t On the basis of these surveys thirty Protestant de­ nominations are uniting in a Nation Wide Cooperative Campaign Each of the thirty denominations has its own “For­ ward Movement” organized and officered. T...

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 — 9 April 1920

' i l lUt ** DOOR CXH/MTt ADVOCATE, W liHlliOS BAY, WQ^ AFRIL 0, 1920 VIJs*ft • lim it it n N tH W » in w » n n itw M M tm tw » Real Estate Bulletin For Sale Wanted No. 6—80 A, clay loam, 35 cult., 45 wood, 6 low 6% mL to Sturgeon Bay, 2 ml. to school 1 % ml. to cheese factory on condensery route, 4 ml. to Cath­ olic church frame house, frame barn 32x80, frame stables, silo, granary, hog-pen, hen house 3 hors­ es, 3 cows, 4 pigs, chickens, machinery, seed-grain, feed, crops, etc. No. 40—100 A, clay loam, 75 cult., 25 wood 5 mi. to Sawyer, % mi. to school, 1 mi. to cheese factory btt cbndehsery route, 2 ml. to Lutheran and Metho­ dist churches, 6 ml. to Maplewood frame house, 39x76 barns, stone stables, frame granary, machine shed, frame hen-house 3 horses, 10 cows, 2 heif­ ers, 2 calves, pigs, chickens, machinery, feed, etc. No. 58—-120 A, 2 mi. to cheese factory, 1 mi. to iHlfk rdute, 1% mi. to school, 2 mi. to church log house, frame barn, etc. 3 horses, 8 cows, 4 heif­ er...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 April 1920

Y jdoob oocwrr advocate, Wf Marine ews Jury Gives Verdict To Defendants S IB NOW UP TO JUDGE REED The Mark qf Worn by good dressers (or 60 years. Many varieties in die newest styles. One quality—the best. **aUtht new ones allthetme’* Rothschild Langley Hats ■told by CUCCESS IS ACHIEVED by v ig o ro u s m en and.w om en. When one is lacking in strength ana endurance, when good health is wanting, when physical power is at low ebb, it it imbosaible to accom­ plish one's work. One of the causes of ill health and low vitality la the improper functioning of the kidneys. Trouble results when they fail to eliminate 'waste and poisonous matter from the system, -and rheumatic paint, backache, stiff joints, sore '-muscles, and other symptoms quickly follow. I M e r g ^ E f f l s -Imnlth effects of kidney and bladder trouble by •removing the canse. They are healiag and -curative. They tone up and strengthen the 'weakened or diseased organs, H. D. Castleberry. Marine Engineer, Port Vincent, L...

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 — 16 April 1920

m wi ' ' ii, i ^— . . ^ -1 ' a » r •- '* ^ @ V . \"'•- ~ ' \\ r \\ . ' ’ i ' VOLUME n iD o u Nufanat [istarV caTJaom * _ • Kmwf^ww u^f #•*•.• w s r n i e d r i v e Legion Post Going Alter Members THREE DANCES ONE NIGHT Activities of Local Post Include Dances, “ Jim’s Girl,’’ Judge Henry Graass, Batting Girls, ■ ' £ Charlie Chaplin and a ■■■£:.- Home Coming In July. . • After digging in for the winter and Utter months of inactivity the local post of The American Legion is ahout /to start the great 1920 spring'drive. During the inactive period, caused by weather conditions and impassable roads,, battle plans for the spring offensive were* worked out in every detail and .the big attack starts on all fronts of the north and south sec­ tors on the night of April 23. The Jump-off, takes place at 9 o’clock a t Maplewood in the south And Baileys Harbor and Institute in the north. The Lightning Jazz or­ chestra will be at Maplhwood, the high school orchestra at Institute and /We...

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 — 16 April 1920

Death of Mrs. Jacob Mrs. Wilheimme Wiesner, wife of Jacob Wiesner, Sr., died at^her home In the town of Nasewaupee on Mon- 'day, at the age of 72 years, io months and one day. Cause of death cancer of stomach. Deceased was born in. Germany, Juab 11, 1847, and came (XS America when 17 years of age, settling in lOzaukee county. with her parents. She was united in marriage' to Jacob \"Wiesner in 1867, moving to Wash­ ington county on a farm, tffiere they ■continued to reside until i860, when they came to Dobr cOunty, locating ■on’ a farm in Nasewaupee, Which has :since been their home. Five of eight childron survive their mother, being Mrs. John Sperb- cr, Mrs. Fred Sperber, Mrs.- Henry Bushman, William Wiesner and Ja­ cob Wiesner. One brother and sis­ ter also survive, besides her husband sand 18 grandchildren and 2 great­ grandchildren. Mrs. Weisner had been sick since last October but at times had been =able to be about, until about a mbnth ago, since which time she had been...

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 — 16 April 1920

:fk How would YOU likearaia like this? THATminister is the kind of Increase in salary the Has received-. His living expenses have risen just as fast and as far as yours. But he is paid on the average just 52 cents more , p er church m em ber than he was paid 34 years ago. A The M inister Never Fails You Every officer of the Government with a war message to deliver appealed to the ministers first of all. But 80 96 of the ministers receive less income than government economists figure as aminfinum for the support of an average family. W hen hospitals need money they enlist the support of the ministers—and receive it. But when sickness , visits the minister or the members of his family they must be treated in a charity ward. His pay is less than a day laborer’s. 8 out of every 10 ministers receive less than $20 a week—about half the pay of a mechanic. We Pay Him H alf the Wage* o f a Mechanic And of these pitifully inadequate salaries, how much do you contribute? Nothing if you are out...

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 — 16 April 1920

jH W W iO I bAX, * !& . APRIL 10, 1MO. WATCH THE BIG 4 Siomach-Kidncys-Heart-Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by ®egalarly taking the world's stand­ a rd remedy for kidney, liver, •ladder and uric acid troubles— GOLD MEDAL National Ramedy of Holland for —atari—and endorsed by Queen WUb.l- At all druggists, three slsea. J e A t n the u m Gold Medal on «renr k n amd aoeept no taftaMaq KEEP SETTING HENS FREE FROM UGE Enormous Baby Chick Losei Caused Annually by Lice / and Vermin. * * t would not try to keep Poultry •-Without Dr. LeGear’s Poultry Rem­ edies,” says Mrs. L. V. Rose, o£ Cuero, Texas. “We have never had any of them fail to do even more than you claim for them.\" - 1 Every year, millions o f Baby, Chicks are lost because setting hens1 are not' kept clean and free of lice. Dr. LeGear's Lice Killer, quickly rids your flock of lice and vermin. . _i Through his advice and remedies, L*r. LeGear has helped thousands' o f Poultry Raisers during his 27 years* . experienc...

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