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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

THE DOOB comranr WEWS ^ * ^ s i A ^ ^ i y s g- i»ie POULTRY oft? EGGS GROWING YOUNG STOCK. Management of Chickens After They Aro Placed on Ranse. flPrcpared by New Jersey Stalo Agricul- tural college.]' -••. '•: ••• ' ' After the J chicks ar e wearied 'arid: [placed on the range the aiiivsiiouid^te [to induce a continuous growth thrpugli- lout the summer: If checks or setbuetjs.' |duc to improper feeding or carei{ aiv [avoided they will mature more ]Uieki.v [.and more uniformly. '•:•. •\"$£: '•• Environment plays an important p a r t | as the best bred chick possessing till : other desirable characteristics if. riot, given ideal .conditions' in which to^ grow, will no t develop'its'.inherited traits to their full capacity. Th e condi- tions are nsfOllows: v ,: • I - One \"should not attempt to grow- young stock orv.a restricted range, for they will not make ' a satisfactory growth, because of the limited supply, of green - food an d lack 6f exercise. Free range ' conditions should...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1916

TJf B ^cyrrinsiys WEPXEJ^AY^ jpiy a, lgig &£s&nSpitnerf Victory and another shut-. (!:^^t^:?i4^''' i'^'^-/^^ ' . '•.-^': A-'i •'' ' •'•'•• ':%:- This lime, however, some of the rest i^ of tlie'team contributed to the victory .V: besides our'artistin the pitcher's box : • Imt [St that we don't want to take, any credit away from a man like Harvey .Stock He has everything there is in Uie pitchers line and this was shown j, when he'put the ball out in -the field for a two base hit He has nice curves, perfect control, good judgment and ' a n all around'good fellow is this man- ager of the Crystal theater. But then we. are on that base ball game be- tween the Hub Athletic club and our local team. Following is the way it Was played: 1st inning—Denial, the first man up, hit one back at the pitcher who threw him out at first. The next man got a pass, followed by two strike outs. Jerry was up, and put a fly to sec- ond who took it in Capt. Bill put one over, to the same place and was...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

THE DOOK COXTNTY NEWS—VNB^S WORTH WHnj5* TOLUME THREE §* * 8TPB6E0N BAY, WISCONSIN WEfEftSDAY JPLY 12, ls)16 NUMBER TWO Convention Next Saturday Building Material Dealers of Northeastern Wis- consin Meet For a Two Days Outing. Banquet To Be Held At Cabot's Saturday Night On The Following Day They Will Tour' County, Stopping at Ephraim For Dinner. DROWNING ACCIDENTS FERRY FOR THE ISLAND July 15 and 16 several hundred building tvterial dealers of North-, eastern Wisconsin\", together with their wives and families will gather in Sturgeon Bay for their second annual outing. They will make their head- quarters at Cahot's Lodge. Launches will carry the guests from Sturgeon Bay to Idlewtld for a seven o'clock dinner at' Cabot's Lodge, Saturday ev- ening, July 15. After dinner there will be dancing and other forms of amusement Some of the guests in- tend staying over night at the lodge while others will come back to the city in the launches provided and'stay at the various hotels. Sunday m...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

m • i d • wall'board during the -week ^I^SpYank and Louis Ross of Fdrest- p5§^ ^Ile\\-werel -,motori8ts here 'Sunday, P^f^8'penduig/'th6:'day 'with \"friends.\"'. . P a u l Wtegley left Friday morning ^for : Lena, Wla., where he will visit ^it n frleridfe and relatives John Peltier was in from Little Sturgeon Friday on business, having inbtored to town in his large King Eight :• -''. Mr. and Mrs. H L. Pietsch and two daughters returned to their homo on Thursday after visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Graap. '•Mrs. H. H. Kelley and children left Sunday for a couple of weeks visit With relatives and friends at Grand Eapids and Hancock, \"Wis. A baby girl was born to Mrs. Jos- eph Pfoifor of Baileys Harbor at the Pat Watters home on Wednesday of g]:f: last week. • Mother and babe are doing lfi'v :••' nicely. i: \" i Ernest Bohn returned from Milwau- kee Thursday where he had been to take an examination before the fed- eral inspectors. Wo are pleased to state that \"Cap\" has...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

THIS AND THAT -——•'. v.'..... .'\"\"\" , v — : —— from •-———— - HERE AND THERE WASHINGTON ISLAND Morris Martin has a remarkably fine of clover, probably the finest hero. •\"\"••.- [•'• [Last Saturday :'was a record day (rushing stone. Sixty-seven loads or 00 yards were placed on the road. Major J. C. Young is a guest at the Spring Beach hotel where he will pend his summer vacation. \"We had an unusually heavy down- pour of rain last Friday afternoon, vhich was just what was needed. Harry Schuyler of Sturgeon Bay was last week on his usual annual 1sit He left on the Fourth. Hannes Johnson jr., lost a cow last [Friday. It broke its leg and was kill- fed to end its sufferings. Fred M. Hansen has commenced ! work oh the new silo he intends to build.. -.'. . :'-.:•',•. .'•:' .\"'^ ' Felix Cornell nas the finest struck garden we have seen on the island.this year. He lives, on the late Jesse Miner place. Stanie Sigurdson has resigned as assistant keeper of Pilot Island light Rob Knudson ha...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

Wmm^mm^^wMt) to IBilllllliflpsP^ & & lISl^lSeR: K? Tfce S k ^ e r L u h i b e r Co. received a S&ribad shipment of building paper gfj'Simd 'wall board during the week. | K F r a ^ and Louis Ross of Forest- i^lie^wer e motorists here Sunday, •^spending thfi day with: friends. ! ':\"Paul Magle\"y left Friday morning &ipr/Lena Wis., where he will visit l ^ l t h friends and relatives.. £f: John Peltier was in from Little - Sturgeon Friday on business, having f xnptored to town in his large King Eight. . . Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pietsch and twobuilding WP':: daughters -returned to their home on Sfe^i$: : Thursday'after visiting at the home of |fegV Mr..an d Mrs. Walter Graap. R: ft T ::Mr8. H. H. Kolley and children left Ip-Sv Sunday for a couple of weeks visit Iff\": \"With relatives and friends at Grand ^ R a p i d s and Hancock, Wis. A baby girl was born to Mrs. Jos- • eph Pfelfer of Baileys Harbor at the.Washburn Pat Watters home on Wednesday of , last week. Mother and ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

****i'j iBTHIS AND THAT from w HERE AND THERE WASHINGTON ISLAND Martin has a remarkably fine ofc clover, probably the finest hero. .• ••• ••••:.\" st Saturday was a record, day iing stone. Sixty-seven loads or yards were placed on the road. J. C. Young is a guest at the ig Beach hotel where he will his summer vacation. had an unusually heavy down- of rain last Friday afternoon, bh was just what was needed. |arry Schuyler of Sturgeon Bay was last week on his usual annual I t He left on the Fourth. lannes Johnson jr., lost a cow last Jay. It broke its leg and was kill- |to end its sufferings. red M. Hansen has commenced ^•k on the new silo he intends to Sd. Mix Cornell has the, finest truck irden we have seen on the island thhv kr. He lives on tlie late Jesse Miner ce. •'-.'•• , ..-•''., Stanie Sigurdson has resigned as istant keeper of Pilot Island light Knudson has applied for the po- Jon. iMrs. Mads Madson has bought the phn. P. Anderson house in Washing- Harbor and will make that ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

elft^K^itow^ii give a dancing -party /iBt^the^pove: next Friday evening. |§§|i|ii ^ 1B- ex |ppe^- the'- building 'will be com e|ffijjieted: in several more weeks. '• '. ||K: :^::Teal.:game of baseball will take 0$jfl&te-atInstitute Sunday when the Jn- |EJ| 8Utiite Cobs -will line up against the llgi^Rjnside team.-:'.--:. lIllSTn e Ladies.Aid of the M. E. church ||{c'twill fierve ice cream and cake on the |^ 3?ir8pnage lawn Friday evening, July i«0j:5l4tli,-beginningat\"seven o'clock Ev- K^erjrbody Is cordially invited. Sv^,A,couple of cars of live Btock were •|:eblpped from the city Monday. Law- xence & Hopp made one carload ehip- vf:»ent and'JVWorachek of Egg Har- % tor making the other. • • . \" ' • „ • np--'A number of young people from the ij^lty went down to Gabot's Lodge Mori- Sda y evening and attended the moving picture show and dance given at that ?|jj|opular summer resort Many guests. | are now at the fine hotel and lall en- |]|oyed the evenings entertainment. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

: *HEiDoo&wirarolisw^ L. Spiegelberg of Green Bay spent aday in the city visiting with rela- 38. I-^alter E. Fichtner of Sister Bay Tent a few hours in the city Satur- P\" ' [Dick and Ernest Johnson and Mr. ad Mrs. Ellefeon of Ellison Bay were sitors in the city Thursday. i Mrs. S. Worley returned Monday on be Bon Ami from a week's visit with elatives at Peshtigo. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Delaney and Mr. a d Mrs. J. P. McCrea of Green Bay yere motorists to this city Sunday. Fred Bushey of Appleton, associated »ith Bushey Business College, was a business visitor in the city Saturday. H. R. Holand of Ephraim motored to lie city Monday to meet a party of Striends at the evening train. Mrs. N. S. Washburn took her de- parture Friday for Milwaukee where |she will spend a few days visiting. George Wittig of Jacksonport was | a business visitor in the city Friday [and likewise a caller at this office. Mrs. Wm. Draeb returned Friday to (Kewaunee after visiting at the Keogh 1 home in this cit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

^^fmi^^ft^^^ m^mh wm w&* ^|fi?^l 5^ck' fiiia Vwife \"Motored • to P l ^ ^ l ^ ^ a y . ^ ' : : . ^ ) : - V': ': ''• ^S^mvStach'motored io Oconto Mon- gav^re J. Donovan made a trip to Air ^irajaivjabiiday ' ','.• 00| 'TOn:.rGoinbn,. jr., left Wednesday pn Jf:»lraslnesa trip to Milwaukee. fef8|5ji»?M. '.Perry made a trip to Ply- month last week. }: Scibuaiitz Bros, shipped a couple of carloads of stock from here Thursday, |v Ml8a Ada Schumacher was a Tisi- t o r a t Algoma Saturday. |^:Cari Fabry and Anton Anderson \"were visitors at Algoma Tuesday. J j W. H Bastar made a business trip ll^tol'Oreen Bay Friday.'.. pVYIBd Kretlow returned from hta trip | iuid Tlsit at Langlade on Thursday. IK'Mls8 Clara Renard went down to IIIOreenyBay Saturday to pay a visit j.^iliJBdwln Xiehmkuhl, J. S. Haegele and ||?«!rtfe, and J. W. Haegele motored to |§^|phraim and Fish Creek Sunday. , . :Slmon BJahnlk is the owner of a l-bir ^ new Buick Six and Is making Itine dust fly. 1 jytouIa^Renard ca...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

(•obp A and Battery A Are theBouglas. First to Reach Fort r Sara Houston. IFANTRY NOT FAR IN REAR avalry and Artillery Units Win High Praise From Regular Army Offi- cers as They Pitch-.Tents in the Mud. San Antonio, Tex.—Hailed by regu- ar army officers as the finest-looking lody of Guardsmen that has yet |eached tie border, Troop A and But- ry A, Wisconsin National Guard, are taw intrenched near the front. It was [lot for military reasons that the Wis- 1 sol'diers \"dug themselves in,\" amedintely after their arrival at Fort i Houston. They couldn't help them- lelves. When the Wisconsin soldiers de- rained after their long ride from [lamp Douglas, they were directed to iieir camping ground,, which had rev jently been deserted by the Texas liuard, when that body of troops was aoved to the border. When the Badg- arrlved at the camp they found sea of sticky mud, Into which they a foot deep at every step. It ms anything but encouraging, but the of Wisconsin—rich youths, unac-. astomed ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1916

,_TtoeIr Basy ,ffln Qrer the Oireen Bay Baurs, iae Local T o n Hade §^00mMf&»:' -the |M|^TOc(a^tl^»]ii^cal --team'v 'duplicated Itjieir'J^BU|1 .?stuntand shut.\" out the f^UnglJtBMofiythe\"Green'. Bay Baurs |1y i:: siwr^ol^- tfr 0. It 'was Sturgeon |JBi^ ail:'the'vway thru and-'the Baurs |^M u Vbut^e ^B^^ntty/,':in-^'^e ^'en7 ^i^e game to score. They only got one Sman asifarTlas third base and he died gtlierel : During, the game only 3 or 4 Spla^ers got on rbases and those that i ^d|d so considered themselves lucky JJfbr Stock \"Was very stingy when It Vciame\" to allowing hits. But two hits ? were made, one ' a scratch and the : other a good bingle, and when It came to striking them out, he was all there Sunday. He was not pitching In his } best form but oven at that twenty of | the visitors from the Ancient city •whiffed, the air. Some of the Green 'Bay players must have had lame .backs for a few of them during their three or fpuf trips to bat did nothing \"but swing agains...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1916

sure and attend the Chautauqua. Gn^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WO&TH WHILE* VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, JULY 19,1918 WASWELLATTENDED Over One Hundred and Twenty- Five Members of the Association Spent Week End in the County. Dinner Served at Cabot Lodge Evening Spent In Dancing. Sunday Aato Trip Was Taken to Northern Part of County. Many Prominent Men of \"State Present. Sturgeon Bay and Door county in general, more particularly Cabot Lodge at Cabot's Point, is a wonderful place, at which to spend an outing and is an ideal place for any meeting or convention. This was ^h e unani- mous opinion expressed by the 125 people who attended .the annual outing of the Northeastern Wisconsin Build- ing Material Dealers Association. A number of the business men were here last year for the outing which their association held and they mar- veled again at the wonders of this county. The new association' visitors were surprised to find such a beautiful country with so many n...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1916

^OiBJCQCHTt ^M^wwi^Eii^ iifliiiPliiK § l l ^ ^ m ^ Z a a t r b w ^ a a up from' Luxem- ISbftrj? iovfirSunoay paying a visit with ^ ^ ! ^ d s iete and likewise taking in ^^'^^ :ia^^i\"race^$i :'0^ •v: :' :'•' .-• /.'• ••• ftSdJohn ^iinonV also Walter an4- Cora |:|^imp9 ^numbered . auiong.th^'passeh.- •0jgrj£on,1fok Sunday train, luivlng: spent S}tie ':day'at ::Aigoma.^v:7' \"••'• ':V ' p'i: '^ffra. ?. Zibel returned Saturday ev- «'ehing-from:a few'''days' business Msit | a^ Chicago and^ia^a^aihtlie guest of ':jpejyto'Haines ' ' /. ',}: X)ne evening during the week a party $lr6m Madison gave a temperance lec- itiite o n t h e street Quite a crowd ^gathered to hear tils talk. i ^ G l e Halyorson wore the star on Sun- • day Officer Hall was at Algoma to % attend the Foresters meeting, thus Mr. y Halvorson was the officer of the day.week ^ Among those from hero who attend- ^cdthe.Peninsular meeting of the For- | esters which was held at Algoma on \" 8uhday were Wm. Moore, Pat Watterca...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1916

THE BOOB COUNTY NEWS JULY 19, 1916. THIS AND THAT ——-r — ,.',...: '. • , . — — from —— : :— HERE AND THERE WASHINGTON ISLAND \\^ork on the road is at a stand- still at present. The moving picture show last week was reported as very good. Last week was made up of unusual- ly good haying weather and it was made good use of by the farmers! Wm, Jess received another new Ford last week, having-sold his last one to Magnus Magnussen: The schooner Arrow, Capt Abe Jes- sen, was in port Saturday with a load of lumber. . Mrs. Clara Garrett, has gone to Es- canaba to pay a visit with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Jos. LaDuc. . Ernie Bouscein went to Sturgeon Bay Saturday on business and pleas- ure combined. '. D. P. Kincaide, first assistant from Poverty Island, is home for a while. He\" is laid up with' an attack of- lum- bago. Mr. Pecor of Poverty Island will,loose The* auto races attracted some of the following fellows from the island last Sunday. They crossed the Door with the mail boat and came, fr...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1916

^I^^^Ww^^Bin^i^ ^«^i!^P^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^p^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B m^m^m^is^emi^^^ WmeWSBIis* P^|^a|iaurlngr tie: week b7\\CiW vpl-' ||ijuifttae^pf ^^^^eK^^uite . ly job ^^wa^8cficwi1:eiijdyed a/\"i)og Roast\" ^ ' ^ b i n a : - ' B e a c h . Thursday evening of g ^ ^ ^ f e - A b o u t S . t w ^ n t y - f l v e were | | ^ ^ t ^ : ? : : . : • ^f : ^.v .:•, v:• .. - :, -,,...-, ^Ij^ijpvflre : department was called out |^|AJaboititinjd-nlght Sunday evening by' gl^^gchlmiiey. : fire.: at -the residence' ''of | ^ ^ » ^ e d e ' r ^ p r t ' \\ ^ : i t h e / First'.ward ^prae^iire-.wai ! -.quencbed' by the time |j:^:^epaTlanejat 'arrived.' The .residence |||^a£:damaged to the extent .of $10. g ^ i ' T h e -Psyche one of the finest pleas- |t.5are,i.(iat8 on the lake was In port Sun- efgflay pThe boat is the property of the |JMur]Py* at Green Bay. She was head- | e d f p r Chicago where she will be sold. ^ | j ? r b ^ . J. V. Clark, another fine plens- f f e ^ r e boat, was a visitor in port during ^...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1916

'^s^:si ^^DOOBtWDrcTxra ifi. ':. - ^ : .'Mrs.. Fred Herbert of Green Bay is f f f f ^visiting relatives in-the city. 5|f iffif-Oh 3. Donovan of Forestville was in ?fjff:'the-: :it Tuesday^ ^ffi Miss Katherine Graass spent Sunday tX)^visiting with relatives in Green Bay. | %i Andrew Knutson of Sister Bay wasMrs. : :f .f iahusiness caller in the city Friday. • j i ' James Maples sr„ has been very p' : 111 for the past week or so. Miss Eulalia Keogh arrived home x#'\".'' on the Arizona Friday from Chicago V. ''and\"is visiting at her home here. •: 1 Miss ^Violet Fortier of Escanaba is •Sfff visiting in the city as the guest of her J|f f friend, Miss Ida Wc-rley. | y : 4 ! Miss Dorothy Merill of Green Bay ff. •)'• is.the guest of Miss Ann Kellogg at Ki '- her.cottage at Shoreside. %J Andrew Brann of Baileys Harbor ff f. was a business caller in 'the city*sev- ifff fera l hours Friday. f f 5$ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Larimer return-. f f ed to Green Bay Friday afternoon, hav- y Ing spent a few...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1916

pffir R&: §§! 0 ^ | p ^ S ^ ^ r ^ v t e | t e d : a t Sturgeon gB^Satnrdayv ^ . jWi^ni J^oore jr., made a business | t ^ | ^ G r e « i -Bay' Friday..'. *^H«Paiter Meyerami wife made a trip to Algoma Saturday....'.*. ^jf^Siiffli Perry and family motored to Maplewood Thursday evening. itiijn. Herman Krueger was a •visitor : ^ | U g o n m Wednesday. v :- j^iiifev and Mrs. Prank Mueller ar., vis- JltediitHib CreekSunday. ?!, ijrancla Jeroye^s is employed by She- Porestville Lumber Co. as assist- ant bpdk-keeper. :'?Emil Maedtke and Albert Haegele ©fKodanmotored here Monday and spent the day. V \"Wm. Homeyer and-family, Wm. Bar- 11 and family motored to DePere Sun* flay- ''\".:\".•\"•' Archie Hutto of Green Bay and M. Rudebeck of Kewaunee passed thru here Monday.- Wenzel Seller and family of Fond duLac motored here last week to visit rwith relatives and friends. August Bernhardt is now busily •employed erecting a new garage to house his car. / C a r l Stach accompanied by his pa...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1916

THE »O6B cotrNtt NEWS$zffi$$i^m& 'ftlvi. Ooolr Couttiy News Untaxed at sscond-clasa nutter inly- 1 l t U »t the poitoffice at Sturgeon B»r,Wli - •emln. under the act of March 3, 1878. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS « (IncarporateJ) BABL M. LAPLANT, President and Manager O. A. LUNDBERG. Vice-President W, WAGENER, Secretary and Treasura!. Address *H eoAimaaicationi to The Newt . Sturgeon Bay. Wiaconiin\". Sabscription Price, $1.5 0 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, \"Wisconsin July 19,1916. The directories of the city and county, compiled by the Wright Di- rectory Co., returned from the bin- dery during the week and have been distributed. The directory is neatly printed and will prove invaluable for its many uses. If you are not satisfied -with poor county roads just drive in any other county from here to Milwaukee and come back and start boosting for the roads that we have at home. Our highways make the other roads look as though they were not finished. They are better to trav...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1916

iefii^OTipip$!*ir^^ ^ ^ Cuirry:6f Streator , ? Sturgeon\\:Bay added to Its already Ibng^llat). pf victorJes by shutting out Casep^on ttie neutral field of Algoma Sunday bya.score of Id to0. TTMs: large score, even, does not rep- resent the comparaUveabM^^ the tWp,{eama for the Sturgeon Bay play- e r s hitthe ball and ran the bases till their tongues Were sunburnt. Finally they swung ai everything _near the plate and aided by some peculiar de- cisions by his majesty, the umpire, the score was kept down. It looked to the Innocent by-standers as if our. boys could have made twice as many runs ^witii a little extra exertion. It was a terrifically hot day, the oldest in- habitants confessed that they never saw as hot a day in Algoma. The ball grounds are situated on the lake, too, but no breeze was stirring'and players: and spectators alike suffered from the extreme heat -:'''- ••• t ^ ' - A large crowd was on hand to wit- nes the game, quite a number going from Sturgeon Bay by train and...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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