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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 June 1916

THE DOOB COUNTY JTEWS JUNE 7, 1016 \"V THE GIBL AND THE GAME y'^SiraDOBRrODir POODdSiaTEftlBJ'iBADILnMIMant (LOI P^ANK»5PEA8MAN \\ AUTHOR OF -WHISPERING' SMITH \"THE MOUNTAIN DIVlDt\" \"STRATEGY OF GREAT RAILROAD/.\" ETC NOVELIZED FROM THE MOVING PICTURE PLAY* OF THE S/^ME NAME.. PRODUCED BY THESIGNAL FILM CORPORATION. 8YNOPSIS. Utile Helen Holmes, daughter of Gen- eral Holmes, railroad man, is rescued from Imminent danger on a scenic rail- road by George Storm, a newsboy. Grown to young womanhood, Helen saves Storm, now a fireman, her father, and his friend's Amos Rhlnelander, financier, and Robert Seagrue, promoter, from a threatened col- lision. Safebreakers employed by Seagrue steal General Holmes' survey plans of the cut off line for.the Tidewater, fatally wound the general and escape. Her fa- ther's estate badly involved by his death, Helen goes to work on' the Tidewater. I Helen recovers the survey plans from Seagrue, and though they are taken from ' her, finds an accidental...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 June 1916

THE POOR cwrirrrWEWH ? JCNE 7^ wie es? Two Residents Die Continued from page one '0 s Several sbkgs were rendered by a \", chxi composed of the following: Wal- '-Q tor\"Wagener, John Rysdorp, Mjs. Wi / B.vtV^ener^ Miss Katberine Graasa, H. M. Ferguson, E. &L LaPlant and VMrs. Ed Reynolds, Mrs. Reynolds play- tog the accompaniment \" ' Conrad Stoltpe Gelie was born on • April 10th 1839, at Gellehberg, Goun- v «ty of Horn, Province of Lippe, Ger- many, and emigrated with his parents ten yews I later to America, landing in' '^ew York, October 8, 1849. The fam- ily then made their way to Wisconsin, stopping: several days at Milwaukee, « when that place was only a trading post, and negotiated for the purchase ot forty acres of land in what Is today , the business part of that city, the price of which was $150, including a V yoke of cattle and a wagon having acquaintances, however, in Jefferson county, who preceded them by one V year, they concluded not to remain in •Milwaukee and w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

:.. :-Ai:'vr-p. ^ ^Â¥^^Mv^-M ^ven One Fleeting SM THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE- VOLUME TWO STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 14, 1916 Begin SuitFor|150,000.00 Local Telephone Company Has Papers Served in Action Brought by R. R. Commission. Company Has Been Giving Excellent Service Switch Board Has Been Put in at Baileys Harbor. Work is Being Rushed to Completion. During the last week papers were served on the Door County Telephone Company, in an action, brought by the State of Wisconsin against said com- pany, for the violation of certain or- ders made by the Railroad Commis- sion in 1915. It appears that in 1915 application •was made to the Railroad Commis- sion, by the residents of Door county who desired to install a new telephone company north of Sturgeon Bay, for license to do so. Upon investigation the Railroad Commission denied the application, and ordered that the Door County Telephone Co. should, first metallic its lines on or before Novem- ber 1, 1915 seco...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

m^n^^^S^ iSP ill TrappoRCMj^ ul ma pt?®'?'' C:: Obserre Anniversary ft ^ Suiiday^Uie congregation of the {kjftnaa Lutheran church will observe the 26th anniversary of the founding of that church. Pastor Schumann has made special plans for the day and .will be assisted by Rev. Kipnka of Milwaukee^ Rev. Bergholz ol Kewau- nee, ajid Rev Auerwald of Menominee. The visiting pastors will preach the sermons which are to take place at 10 o'clock a. m. and 2:30 p. m. The services are to be conducted in Goerler's grove south of the church and a large turn out :s expected. Din- ner will be served in the Paget build- ing. ? ? i l Miss Verna Jensen returned within the week from Cleveland. Chas.. Rcuther was up from Maple- wood Friday, spending a row hours on business. . Mrs. Frank Surfus spent Sunday visiting at Algoma with relatives and friends, Eugene Simon left on Monday morning to spend a couple of days at Green Hay on business Matt Soukup was a passenger on the Sunday morning train, spendi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

THE DOOR COHSTY SEWS ^ E M , i 9 M , mlmmmmm^ mt ifTh^Bank of Sturgeon Bay will octupy its newly remodelled home on the ahpye date and the Officers and Directors have set aside this date as a fitting occasion for friendly meeting with the people of Sturgeon Bay and vicinity and extend a cordial invitation to you and your friends to call and inspect the banking rooms, modern banking facilities, vaults and other conveniences. Ever since the organization of this Bank back in 1889, the aims and efforts of the offiwr|| and directors have been to render the people of Sturgeon Bay and Door County:^w^^0cy^& if § s to ^•MTHe Ba with any banking rooms in the state. Its business has grown continuously and consistently 'with the progress and rrthriftfofc out the banking room is of Fumed Oak while the floor in the lobby and vestibule it of Ceramac Tile. This, com- bination of modern art worked in antique materials is a revelation of beauty both in the design and workmanship. word in constru...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

THE POOR,CWpr.:^g.t:jiSi^:i^ m^qi^i^News. W& ^:B»tar«d M Mcoad-elMt .natter Jmly 1. 1 I U It tW DMitflN it StiuceoB Bar. Vto- NHii,:Ud l b H « ofMareh », 187B. . PSp?|HE PUBLISHED WEKKJJY BT DOOR COUNTY NEWS {!}$'&&*:••\"'.•• UncotporatrJ) .-.'•! •ABL It. liAPLANT. Pre»Id«»t u d Manager «:i-'«i:''iu iUNDBBBS, VWPreaident :V 'W. ^ WAOKNEE, 8eeratarr and Treaiurer. B\\idTMi all communication* to Tki D m , . ,i' . ./ Stargean Bay, WUeootin. Subscription Pricfe,$1.50 Per Yearand Sturgeon Bay, \"Wis^ June 14, 1916 v. / .-'-A .Lake Shore Boute -v? Towns and cities along the lake i Shoro from Milwaukee to Manitowoc ^should get together to carry out this project—the construction of a grand ^highway along the lake shore between •:. these two points. At present there 'is ho continuous stretch of good road . along the lake uniting the two cities. • For this reason the thousands of mo- '.'--tortsts''who travel north from southern \"Wisconsin to Manitowoc and -then ft strike...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

THE BOOBtdtWTZWEWSJPJSS-li, 1916 THIS AND THAT froi HER E AN D THER E WASHINGTON ISLAND Chas. Haglund has been busy the past week finishing the porch on J. W. Cornell's house. ..'- Mr. Sigurd and Miss Anna Sigurd- Bon arrived home the latter past of last week. ' \" - -.- .:-:.. V\\: .•:..-'.: The Children's Day exercises in the Baptist church '*•• Sunday were quiteketing largely attended. Martha Lovig was the guest 0f. Elta Boska at Plum Island light house over Sunday.. ' j .- ,-. -'M /:-V'-- George O. Mann has started the foundation for a large shed near his store. He will use it as a: garage and a storeroom. Mrs. Knud Hansen returned home last Saturday from Dwight, 111., where Bhe had been visiting with Mrs.. Lar- . sen,formerly Anna R. Hansen. . ,'• Mrs. Geo. P. • Anderson, who lias been confined to her bed since the first of January is very low at this writ- tog. v Nels Jepsen has his boat, \"Jessie Louise\", in commission, having left, re.- fcently with a 1 oad of potatoes, but...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

lfl^f§fets$^^ THE POOR COUMT flfWB JCTE 14, 1916 i: Martin Pivqnka, the local monument dealer, feceived a carload shipment of' graniteand one-half car load of dark 1iq Vermont marble during the week. : The Goodrich freighter Nevada was a visitor in port on Monday, dis- charging large consignments of freight on both sides of the bay. The public library will close at 8 o'clock every evening excepting Sat- urday, beginning Monday, June 19th until Sept. 4UL ,' Francis Dresser is the possessor of * fine new Dodge auto, having pur- chased a five passenger car from the LaJilere Motor Sales Co. during the Work on the McN'eely building was started last week but has heen pro- gressing slowly duo to the unfavor- able weather. Part of the brick tap- estry work which is to form the front has been laid. The design is unique and will make a fine front •A baby girl was born to Mr. and Jlrs. George Desenfants on Thursday of last week. Mrs.. Desenfants was 1 formerly Miss Gertrude Schlise and | they...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

THE DOOR COTTKTI NEWS JUKE 14, 1916 James Sullivan of Forestville was a business visitor in the city\"Kriday. Miss Ruth. Thorpe -was a Sunday Tifiitor at Algoma. \" \\ ' F r a n k Elliott of Algoma was a week end visitor in the city. lister Nebel was a business visi- tor at Algoma \"Saturday. C. A. Lundberg of Pish Creek was a visitor in the city Monday. •,' Jos. Debroux of Gardner was a bus- : iness visitor in the city Tuesday. . Chas. Ruckert of Ellison Bay was a business visitor in the city Sunday.1 : Wi'H. Timlin jr., of Milwaukee spent a few days the first of the week Jn the city on business. Matt Wallar of Sister Bay motored to the city on a business and pleas- are\" trip Tuesday. Miss Carol Knudson went over to Algoma Tuesday to spend a few days Visiting with relatives. Jos, Hugenroth of Sister Bay was to. the city Friday, having just return- ed from a business trip to the' south. Arthur Glomstad took his departure this morning for Minneapolis where he .expects to be employed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

lliillltttSi^ an iere: ^||: ^^ '4vFOM8TVIll.B:,. . /^'.,- |# S ^: B^J,' Awe Sundayed'.in Forestville. ^^pH«^6v'Jeimferi^n : '\\inade a trip to fgc^^^oina^Thursday. : - '•'•'•••',.•'• ^ C^i W B ^ LeCloux made a business trip gffiffi': .ftp: Algoma 'Wednesday.. • ' . • ' . ' • ' *.*vi%\" Perry was a visitor ^ i7: «t Algdma. Saturday. . gvSi^VWii'^QlouJt.'jjaade a trip to Green ®|€ lBay Saturday .^: ^ Gus Brandt of Gardner was in town £^ : iiJaturday on business. -i: i Jos. Haferman motored to Sturgeon )iK - Bay Saturday on business. jj: ^:.' /Miss irma Wolske went to Algoma $£{Saturday to have dental work done. $£:.•'.'.'•,-/'/Mr,-and Mrs. Danek of Algoma Sun-lilies v' ' dayed here at Herman Boettchers. :S•• •.. :'•',•', Mr. and. Mrs. C. Noebrlck went to :- Green Bay last Saturday, returning f t ^ 4 h e following day. ' , w ' v.V 'Wnv Bastar and Carl Fabry motor- ! - «d to Two Rivers Sunday to witness a u!|^ ball game. | : Mrs. Walter Krueger and Miss Adel- i aide Brandt were A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

iflll f $^|fr&S?*^-*M^£$$$ llSilplPllPf ?mm THE DOOB CQTJNTT KEWS JUNE 14, 1916 9 A S ' I i W W FOftaOT/ftOHlSAOlLIBSM) W AUTHOR OF \"WHISPERING SMITH,\" \"THE MOUNTAIN DIVIDE: -STRATEGY OF GREAT RAILROAD/: ETC NOVELIZED FROM THE MOVING PICTURE PLAY OF THE SAME NAME, PRODUCED BY THE SIGNAL FILM CORPORATION. When Spike had gone, Rhinelander, •who had been telling Helen of his plans for the future, resumed his sub- ject. \"And Helen,\" he said, at length, \"I'm going to make a request of you now that may seem very peculiar. You know, as well as I do, how my nephew, Earl Seagrue,, has treated both you and me. He has been. about as mea- as a man could be, in spite of our ef- forts to treat him fair. But the fight I- over and we have won. H is my only •sister's child. She died when he was a mere boy and asked mc, on 'her death bed, to look after Earl and be to him what she would- have been, had she lived. You knov whether I've tried to carry out her injunction you know what it has c...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 June 1916

THE nOOB COPimr JTEWH JUPFE 14, 1918 OPENING SATURDAY Poulos Brofc WW Hold Opening of Their Eemodeled and ^Enlarged ^ ' -p€ano y Klteiien Satun :vpri Saturday Poulos Bros, will hold the annual opening of their fine candy kitchen which during the past few months has been remodeled and en- larged^ The place has been fitted out Jwtth the very best in all lines and coupled with the excellent dishes and candy which • the concerns serves its patrons it may rightly be called \"A Palace of Sweets.\" The proprietors of ihe! rlace have worked hard and after acquiring the ownership of the property did not hesitate to invest sev- eral thousands dollars in order to beautify their place. It is the opin- ion of many that they have one o* finest and best equipped, if not the best, candy kitchen and ice cream par- lor in the state. The addition to their building which has just been completed gives them plenty of much desired room. The building is now 150 feet in length and the entire main portion is...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 June 1916

Even One Fleeting Smile is Worth a Whole Year of Grouch Wisconsin Soldiers Ready Governor's Summons For Wisconsin Guards to Mobilize is Answered Promptly by Action. ^tate Troops To Assemble At Camp Douglas P. • % . . — — — — , Warships And Soldiers to be Rushed to Mexican Border. Mexicans Fire on U. S. Soldiers. THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE VOLUME TWO STUBGEOIf BAYt WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, JUNE at, 1916 War is the topic of the day. The Mexican situation has reach a crisis and it is possible that within the'next 48 hours the United States of America -will have declared war on Mexico. Complications are developing rapid- ly and the firing on American sailors at the port of Mazatlan Sunday height- ened the indignation. of our country. From coast-to coast and from Canada on the north to the Gulf on the south the entire 48 states have been wrought up and are momentarily expecting, the word of war to flash from coast to coast. . Matters took on a very serious as- pect the first of ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 June 1916

THE B^OR COraTXfSTEWS JUNE S i, 1916 mMMM8&$&£:%&S wmmtmmR ANMVERSAltY OBSEBYEW 3ffejnherH of the Conirrefrntlon of the •••'. German Lutheran Church Observe %i'2*»th Anniversary Sunday /. Hundreds of people participated in the observance of the 25th anniversary ' of.• . the founding of the ''German '.'LiuUi- . eriia churcii. l'copie came from far\" and near to take part in. the activities . and the church and vicinity wore fair- ly alive with tlie. ardent followers i itliatchurchand friends*. The sermons of the day were preach- :sdbyth visiting pastors, liev. Kionka Klvc'n o n U l e l«»t WcdncJJday. of this ial mention for tlie'flne style in which the hundreds were served. .-... 'First Itatid Concert '\"•Hundreds of people gathered, on. Union street Monday evening to hear/ the first'band concert of the aeaBonv Toa theJeast it was a treat' for the' residents-6r this side. '\"-' ' ' The number'was swelled by large crowds .of people who crossed/ 'the bridge lo hoar the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 June 1916

THE DOOR COUNTY JTElfS\" JUNE 21, 191G THIS AND THAT fro i HERE AND THERE WASHINGTON ISI/ANI - Mrs. T. Bngelsoa fell last week and hurt her shoulder quite badly. Plans are being made for a rea* American celebration of the Fourth. More details of the program. will be given next week. ! Miss Jennie Hurda of Algoma was the guest of Mrs. Martin Peterson at Jackson Harbor for a, few days, re^ turning home Monday. Mrs. D. P. Kincaide and family .re- •'turned recently from Poverty Island where they had spent a few weeks •with Mr. Kincaide He accompanied them home.. S A baby girl \"was born to Mr. andStarted Mrs. Theo. Thorarinspn at- the Ege- and hospital at Sturgeon Bay recent- l^vNeedleB8--to_s^jr~-that^Ted steps lifeK Mrs. J/^W^- Cornell attended the commencement-exercises at the Train- ing school at Algctoa last. week. Her daughter Ethel numbered aniong the graduates. Miss Ethel wtR teach in Liberty Grove next week. X ^ Mrs. Jule Hagen has the distinction of being the only lady chauffe...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 June 1916

THE POOB couyrr J*«WS Jircrc: 21, wie Modest Relnce of Brussels has. ac- gram and the manner in which It was ^icelpted a position as clerk to the Mit presented., a ler Clothing House. V\"A deal was closed the latter part of -:~TOe following marriage license was' 4he week whereby Wm. R. Higgins be- ilssued the past week by the county came owner of one of the Reynolds r^lerkr Ctertrude Schmitz, Forestville, cottages in the Second ward. The resi- ** ?• Schlpsser of Milwaukee. ,\",, dence is now occupied by the Bagnall Miss Ella Mae Washburn entertain- (family. Mr. and Mrs. Higgins intend to ed at a. linen shower at her home oni Monday pyening in honor of Miss Ella Curr5vAn enjoyable time was had by StheVguests..-, .•/ • f.-^'The rug, linoleum, and drapery de- partment in the L. M. Washburn store J« being renovated and painted during :1ihe:week.'\" ,':.•'/ '.•-: -•••.- '•••••'. The Western Union Telegraph office KJ& now open until 10 o'clock in tlie evening, for the accommodation ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 June 1916

Ourselves in Print : Miss Mercy Greisen went to Green Bay Monday for a few. days, visit Wm. Maples jr., left Tuesday after- noon for Green Bay for a short visit ' Frank McDonald of Algoma visited i here Tuesday with his many friends. • • H e n r y Overbeck went over to Al- ' goma Tuesday afternoon for a short \"' stay. • ' ' H. C. Waldmann returned to Green V Bay Tuesday afternoon having spent several days here on business. L. M. Washburn returned Tuesday morning from a couple of days visit at Chicago on business. Attorney H. M. Ferguson returned Monday evening from a short visit at his borne in Oconto. Wm. Hogan of Fish Creek was a business visitor in the city \"Wednes- day-of last week. .•''•••••'».'• E. C. Thorpe of Fish Creek was a visitor in the city on business Mon- day and Tuesday. Chairman Te'd Roscoe of Egg Har- bor was a business visitor in the city Monday. - t .-Jay Rogers and wife and Albert Hanson and wife of Liberty Grove were motorists to' the city Tuesday. 'John Bue...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 June 1916

IMwiilliiiiiii •?£:Mifes^ilbertJeroyetz made atri p to | fitai^n :Bay' Tuesday •• ?iv {^EH.rBastar motored to Green Bay i^J^nday\"pn busin^8S. V'-'v :'/\"' •. ^:\":^%tt6t^Ilkie as'.'avStufgepn,' '•• Jji^ita^Moriday. ' \" ••''.. •'•',- :' ••'' • :''( - \\v George' Peters of Algoma spent Suh- d^^yi^lting^here. ,\\ /j. ^q%.-SJBliiie'ider twas a Sunday visitor' yin jdTvn.v: V: ••'• ^ Mrs: Mike \"Wolske spent Tuesday at ^'Algqma.VM, , , :V:: . .': •• 'Mrs.. M. Schmitz made a trip to Algoma TV'edriesday. ^-CSam' Perry made a trip to Manito- wop on Friday. Wm.' Leeibiix motored to Algoma Saturday. { Jolin Schmelzlo was a Sturgeon Bay vMtipr: Tuesday.••' .'\"/'• ^Mike Colin of Algoma spent several flays here during the week. Jos. Meyer and wire of Rio Creek yivere here on business Saturday. Mrs. Fred Meyer was a Green Bay VUjItor Saturday. Mrs. Wm. LeCloux who had been C Visiting at Green Bay returned Friday. ' ,':Martin pergersbn^ anflwife apd Miss Clara Bergersbri of ©llisbn Bay spent t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 June 1916

THE DOOB COUJftT NEWS JUNE 21, 1916 \"Tke: DoorCounty News 'Bntertd •• •ecoad-elui -matter inly l. 1(14 at tha poiteffio* at Stnrseon Bay, Wii- •analB, vnder tb« act of Marcb 8,. 1878 PUBIJSHKD WEEKLY BY -THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS {Incorporated), BABL M. bAPLANT, President and Managu 0, A. fcUNDBERG. Vice^Preaident •W. WAGENEtt, Secretary arid Treaturtr. 3?akdnai: all communications to Toe Nawi, . \". Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin. . Subscription Price, $1.50 Per tear : Sturgcon^fciy, Wis., June 21, 191G Nov lets see altth calamity hpwl- ,«rs who have' cryihg^-i^ war • with ilexico and immediate itivskn, eri- list. Let, tliein urge theirbrothers iathers or some of their wives' N m •relatives to help the cause, along and .defend the United States: Surely those who wanted w at will gladly be the .firstto enlist. \"-.'..' ing- out of the extravagant—Cliippe-I hand that feeds him is a scarce ani- wa Fall Independent : nial'in this community. Langlade county promises to pro- duce a bumper hay cro...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 June 1916

^ | y jr||nrgj8 x x K:k'jt irkxxxjcy K^JCKHX * » X K X X K \"iit x x ***** **** MM KH * ttHE DOOB COUXTT fTEWS JUNE Si, 1916 «MMi»»««XXX«MKM»»«KM'XX«XXXXXKXXMXXXXXMKKWXMXXHHIHIMK START SEASON WITH WTO XPCJUS Cop First Game of Season From j v *&» JienprnJiiee Tigers. Large : Crowd From Menominee- The baseball Beason was opened in proper style Sunday. A good crowd turned out and moreover Hhe local Cherry Boys captured the first game, which la certainly starting the sea- son in a fitting manner. Menominee fans came over to this city by hundreds, some of the Me- nominee boys estimating that five hun- dred came over on the boats. The band played a few selections on Cedar street to get the crowd together, then went up to the ban park which had heen placed in fine condition for the -curtain raiser of the season. The first thing on the program was the raising of last year's pennant which Sturgeon Bay won so easily from our neighboring cities. As the pennant which represented...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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