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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1916

^ t t f c f c ^ ^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE* VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN * WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916 • *.*m NUMBER FOUB EXCELLENT PROGRAM Chautauqua Will Open Thursday Afternoon With an Orchestral Quintette of National Fame. Inspiring Lecture Thursday Dr. George H. Bradford, Chancellor of Methodist University, Oklahoma, 7 Will Give Hi's Lecture \"Destiny of Tomorrow.\" : Sturgeon Bay's third annual Chau- : tauqua starts Thursday afternoon and • : ' the five day program will not he con- cluded until Tuesday evening. Present Indications point to a most success- \" ful Chautauqua. The program offer- ed Is a splendid one and the advance ij • ticket sales promise a large attend- '• ^»|- •• ance. J- J. W. Adams, one of the Chautau- qua men has been in the city for the past several days making the final ar- rangements for the big. tented univer- sity. The event has. been widely ad- vertised and there should be many from all parts of the county in attend- ance at the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1916

wmt mm&&$$M wiwiiiiiii i iiliiWl*:!* SHUT OUT SALONA |sKjfcwyeriTeam Plays Good Ball and | ^ Win Close Game, Business Men . ^ % '\\\"''' '\\\\- Give Team Support VJ • In a close and exciting game the J Sawyer baseball team pulled out ahead : fet Salona Sunday by the close score to 2 to 0. .The Sawyer boys all played , • good ball and Duff Hitt twirled a line ||® v'^game for the home boys. He evldent- Zftpu i l y Is the find of the season. The Sa- | | V lona boys wer,e. unajble tofindhis |||g : j'twistiers at all and Tiis speed was re-they | ^ ' \"inarkable! The team was somewhat ^ S K strengthened. Cobb Maples was be-and hind the bat and caught a fine game, playing m his usual league style. i4 The Salona boys played good ball but were outclassed. The team has been wonderfully strengthened since ihe beginning of the season and Intends \\ t o wind-up the season in phenomenal 'style Matheson, the Salona pitcher, pitched a good game. As the score 'indicates the game was a good ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1916

THIS AND THAT froi HERE AND THERE WASHINGTON ISLAND i \\^ . Mrs.*A, L. Crabb and child of Chi- cago are visiting her parents, Mr. and *Mr6: W- C. Betts. v Bev. Robert Gordon is a visitor here. The minister i6 from Topeka, Kansas .:••. and motored the entire distance from i that country in his Ford. The island was visited last week by : : two Catholic. priests who had hiked .-• ' • Ifil the way from Fish Creek. They made a tour of the island before re- turning. Many of the island people ,went on the excursion' to Sturgeon Bay and Escanaba, July 16th and 23rd, respect- ively. The last excursion was under the direction of the band. '•.•.•• .•. . Judd Russell, who taught school many years ago at Washington Har- bor, is spending a short time here re- -.:':. cuperating from injuries he received. .In a train wr^ck recently. : , ' *Vi The power schooner Arrow is here •with a load of material for.Plum Is- land. There will be some remodeling done at the Plum Island station and the-dock will b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1916

n | f Mi^e -LaMere'' Motor Sales Co. receiv^ lIf^acMlbad shipment of BrlBcoes dur- ^i§0:j ^ax6^j}.Clerk ' Heriaictae 'issuea -the l^reejc: Joseph Feron, Beaver Wis., to Amelia Geitner, Egg Harbor Wm. 8. Engelson, Detroit Harbor, to Haldora Mnarson, Detroit Harbor. | ^Jbhii May of Sawyer has announced ••:', ilaf •candidacy for the office of regisneapolis, r,:ter^6f deeds. His entrance into the field makes four that are seeking elec ?jtlo?i to that office, namely Carl E. [Dreuteer, Pw S. Hanson, George Mad- den aid Mr. May. :: JAt the Peninsular Foresters meet- in \"which was held at Algoma a week ago Sunday, it was decided to hold (next year's Peninsular meeting in this V'clty. Jno. B. Davis of this city was C«lected chief ranger. W. G. Arle was • secretary of the convention. ^ M r . and Mrs. Richard Noelck enter^ £ tained a party of about fifteen people from tliis^clty who motored out to their V summer home^at Baileys Harbor Sun- ' flay. The guests^were royally enter- telned by M...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1916

^^«\"r*^WB«Kii^^ TBE DOQB COTOTY KE^S J U t t 26^ 191G. J. Y7. Rogers of Rowleys Bay was a business visitor in the city Friday. V. H. Janda of Kewaunee was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V7. Hecht of Kewaunee were visitors in the city Saturday. Mrs. L. J. Maimer of Ephraim-was a visitor in the city several hours on Friday. Mike Simon of Green Bay motored to the city Sunday and spent the day .with relatives. Miss Cora \"Weber- of Fofestville is spending a few days in the city the guest of friends. George P. Reldenbach of Green Bay, U. S. postal inspector, was here on official business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Ives and son of Green Bay visited in the,clty Sunday With relatives. / V Frank Mohr, foreman in the Larids- mann printing office at Green Bay, was a visitor iri the city Sunday. Henry-Hopp was at Chicago during the week, having made a shipment of livestock Monday. Miss Anna Mae Raleigh of Free- port, 111., is visiting in the city, being the guest of Prof. E...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1916

^^P^^p|^^^^^^^^gpg||lf|i|||l ippS'a^&KslJS'S'Si?' '^\\^guBt:2irbel' made a business trip S^tojsAlgoma Thursday. ^ -iiigUBjt :'':iairbel.:jr,.' lost a valuable pluiree Sunday nigbt * i'.0 JosephBrey of Algoma motored out, 3iere Tuesday. ' , . ' Bd[Mueller^ wife and son, motored £ to .Appleton Saturday to visit. :' Linda Lehmkuhi was a visitor at Al- ^:'fp»a. Frlday.. /•. • J&hmelzJe & Brey sold a car dur- ipsr the week to Paul Matzke. Ed and! George Jennerjahn motored ^to Aigoma Tuesday on business. Albert Haegele and wife of Kodan Mwere visitors here last Tuesday' Him? Alberts and. family spent las jBBHtoy vm\\m ftt. Algoma, _Ai^ Iwr. ana Mrs., Jule frenqufnet mo- tored to Sturgeon Bay Thursday. ^-Wulu Huffman Wad ft visitor at Al- goma Thursday ' / Arthur Itettke of'Milwaukee is vis-. Itlng with his uncle, John Stach. Charles and John Lainaauer made a business c&il to Algoma Saturday. Max/Martin was up from Mllwau- kee, during the past week, spending Ws vacation h...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1916

ifJfeBodr&m «B»«r«d «* iBeond-flTiii matter Julr 1, l l U i t the poatoffloe »t Sturgeon B»t. WU- Mula, under tbs set of March 8. 1879. : PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (/ncorporofnf) BABL M. O.APLAJJT. President and Msnstex * : A. XtJNDBBRQ. Vice-President W. WAGENER, Secretary and Treasurer. aVtaresa ell communication* to Tka Nawi, Siorreon Bay. Wisconsin. SabicrisHon Price, $1.50 Per Year Sfcargeon Bay, Wisconsin Jujy 26,1916 TAKE CAKE OF THE PARKS That the parks are for use there Is no question, but the least any one can do when they use them for lunch- eons or picnic dinners is to leave the grounds in good condition and not nave paper and refuse strewn around. Such has been the case with the Laur- ie park. Hundreds of people are us- ing this place every week-and those •who do \"are urgently requested to help the Pleasure Park and Drive associ- ation keep it in the best condition. The auto traffic to this county is surely worth while antf Its up to the wide-...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1916

THE DOOB forrrrr mews ijip*!|fti^^p ^^^^tlb^l^tor2«L& : iteam : • - representing:, ^ .that g|^| j*Jj^pTliia\": will probably be Sturgeon. l^lg^fi^^fiardes t game'-.of' the season, for ^?|^tte \" &rttern/'.RUciilBan ' city ' 'is.., cred- ft^KKltei-with: having a strong team •in ggthV'field. : ' ' : ' ' ^.'V..^ '' r/r^--\\ : : : iflgSii-.vAn.Aexcursion..will..be run t o t h a t fflM': Acityod the Hart steamer Bon Ami and ^|f -l|iJe8e^..:^d^ctton are that quite a f??f ^.••:'•• 'crowd will\"malte'the:trip. It is pos- g^ 5: Bible that some members of the team t f ^ C ' w i l l make the trip by rail It was | ^ | 'originally intended to play two games ^fe^s^atEscanaba one Saturday and one &&£-J'Sunday,, but the Saturday game has lfe&S \" beeristjancelled.' ^JV ^ Owing^-tos the fact that the team ^^ M liad a rest tnegjast Sunday, they are eSS expected:to, comeback strong for the lj\"! K il game. Manager^Arle, is making &^fan'-endeavor to line up^some of the g y str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1916

^n^Uh6t$mvtvethe Shock 'if^^^^^j^^l^^E^^^ 11 THE DOOE COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WOETH WHILE* VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, AUGDST, 2 1916 CHAUTAUQUA CLOSES Frank Kryl and Band Bring Enter- tainment to an End Tuesday. \"Mother Goose\" Festival Held. M fell Satisfied With Program Was Also a Success Financially. Ar- rangements Are Now Being Com- pleted to Sign Contract For Next Tear's Chautauqua. . cf. i ^ The Chautauqua which came to a .close Tuesday evening was a decided success. The program given this city by the Redpath Co. wasya splend- id one, the attendance at each and , every program was large in spite of the warm weather and last but notsome least it was success from the tinan- j clal standpoint - * ' Some local citizens endeavored to give the impression that the Chautau- 'v-ig.ua was/a failure in the latter re- ,-.•• 8pect,..but they evidently did not know '-the ytrue state of affairs. The Com- mercial Club was well satisfied as ^were the managers of the Chautauqua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1916

mmmmwmmm^mSi, M SAWYER SALONA EASY Beqnlres Only Five Innings for the local Team to Wipe the Salona * Team Off From the Map The Sawyer baseball team Journey- ed out to Salona Sunday with'the In- tention of giving the Salona team the defeat of their life and they certainly lived up to all expectations. They simply snowed the Salona team under ,and then piled some on top of them after they had been covered. Sawyer had the old reliable battery, Borreson and Capt. Bohn, doing the heavy work and the old vets worked like machin- ery, mowing the opposing batsmen down as fast as they came up to take their medicine. In a way, Salona la'somewhat lucky, as the game ended in the fifth. During the time the game lasted the Sawyer swatsmen pounded out six home runs so that It is very evident that the local boys had their batting togs on. re^bflaWiiK^Sa^ seie thei syaferii lnxworkfoig oTder 80 that all can be benefited. , / ' Bathhouse Proposition The weather of the past weok has clearly demonstrat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1916

THE BOOB COUNTY NEW8 AUGUST 2, 1916. THIS AND THAT from HER E AND THER E •.:• I. ne.w EtiG HARBOB . Gus Tanck and family, motored to Algoma Sunday. John Miller has purchased a car and Is putting up a garage for same. Newton Rich spent several days in Green Bay last week on business. Mrs. Odbert entertained company from Minneapolis the past two weeks. •: Miss May Graf is the guest of her sister Mrs. Chas. Martens this week. Mrs. Kirchner and children of Green Bay are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Kuehn. Chris Hanson and family of Fish Creek spent Sunday at the Hanson home. j Jos.: Pechette has ordered Buick car which is to be delivered within the week.• •' r ' ' M r s . John Carrnody of Fish Creek, has been visiting relatives in this vi- cinity the past week. Egg Harbor was well represented every day and evening at the Chau- taugua, many having season tickets. Mrs. Geo. Carrnody returned Friday from Egeland's hospital at Sturgeon Bay where she had received medical attenti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1916

SxiiE-'pooi§^ ^00k&&&: Dana, Co. received. a car- *-\"''^toadrof Maxx^lficars Monday of this ^^jTiri^ '|i. '\\: / •''\":'-..'•.••'•'•' ^lgTCTie/TreiBndeau house on South Ce- fjffaM\"-street^}n:,the Third, ward was on lp^SMtoniday:' sold 'to Albert- Jacobs. •'...',• pf^M^JThe.fourth quarterly conference •will |^-w'J lifeW-:lh:.the,.Ml'''E.:.church We^rie8- |? Sdayjevenlnp , August 9th. Dr. Williams S ^ w i l V preside. '..'•.-.'. l l ^ p S ^ ^ j r o s / ' S.' Morris pf Two,. Rivers 0£••?Tftil-•preach. at the Congregational ^\"imprch..on the coming Sunday, Aug- |^BBt i 6th,'at.nvo'clock. ' g^\"^Count y Clerk Herlacne issued the ||o,^fbUpwmg marriage license during the gi j ias week. Sanford Clark to Eva •Maples, Gibraltar. Ronald^€ffeaves, who is visiting at the home of Mrs. A. O. Greaves, had the misfortune to break his collar bone one day laBt week while scuffling with liis cousin Kenneth. The Hart steamer Bon Ami will run an excursion from Oconto Sunday, to bring the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1916

THE POOB copjrn: NEWS.'M«u*r•avBi«^ Ourselves in Print \"Wm. Fox of Baileys Harbor -was a business visitor in the city Friday. \" i Sam Perry of Forestville was a bus- iness visitor in the city Monday. v Miss Elsie Anelam of Baileys Har- •bbr was a visitor in the city Tuesday evening. John Schmelzle of the Schmelzle & Brey Implement Co. of Forestville was here on business Tuesday. • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beck, former residents, motored up from Green. Bay Sunday and visited with friends. Blanche R. Churches of Fish Creek •was a visitor in the city the forepart of the week. 'Miss Alice Larson arrived Monday \"evening from Milwaukee to pay a visit at her home here.' J. C. Larimer left Monday afternoon lor Green Bay, after a stay at Idlewild Inn. :'Cadet Wm. K. Kolb of the United State Military School of West Point was a visitor in the city Saturday. ,. Mrs. S. J. Toft of Kewaunee was in the city Saturday paying a visit with her many friends. : Ed, Emeline and Leona Magnette of Sister...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1916

THE pO()B COtWTI MEWS AUGUST 2,1MB. if HHHere and There:: FOKESTVELLE '' : .!?ClwrL..Fabry'Visited at his home in Xincoln last Sunday. ' V Isabel Sloan left for Milwaukee on j ^Thursday. £ ^ e small daughter of Emll \"Weber 'la 111 with pneumonia. . ' Mrs. C. Hoebrick went over to Ke- ^Wauflee Tuesday to visit Miss Linda Lehmkuhl made a trip to Casco .Tuesday. fiattie Jennerjahn and Rose DeWitte •were visitors at Algoma Thursday. Mrs. August Jennerjahn and daugh- ter were visitors at Algoma Monday. Herman Niles of Maplewood was down Tuesday with a load of rasp- 1errles Mr. and Mrs. Jule Honqulnet and \"Val Fagg motored to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Babler of Map- lewood were here on business Wednes- day. . A class of several people was con- , tfirmed at the Lutheran church Sun- day. The little child of Emll Brdmann's •was christened at the Lutheran church last Sunday. Jos. Llnzmcyor, local depot agent,' and wife and Mrs. Frank Renard mo- tored to Green Bay last Saturd...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1916

The Door County News SaWred M ooeond-claas matter JU1T_1, 1114 at the postoffloe at Sturgeon Bay, Wti- ' MSiim. under tea act of March B. 1879. .•••:•• PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS . ' (JncorporafwO tABL M. 1*APLANT, President and alanacat 9. A. LTJNDBERG. Vice-President CT, WAGENEB. Secretary and Traaiarar. -Udxni all communication* to Th» Nawa, Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin. Subscription Price, $ 1.50 Per year Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, Ang 2, 1916. iAND THE CONGRESSMAN SAWknow I Really Nothing Remarkable In Story /•:} of Man Who 8old Horse at , 1 So Much a Foot. i Two or three newspaper men and a [congressman In Washington, who was j'li merchant in private life, were swap- jping yarns. \"I remember on one occasion,\" said /(the\" congressman, \"having in stock a Ibtg lot of dry-goods remnants that iseemed to stick right by me In spite s jof all I could do to get rid of them. iJLt last I advertised to sell them at jso much a pound, and the curiosity of (people to see if they ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1916

f | ^ 3 0 $ t * ^ i#SifjsSsSis .^^^^we^i^^^ifnm tb^Cher^ Met |l§tt£|£^^ 4 to 0.':1 Questionable -Victory ball-forMclean hi^^^ Stiiirgeon Bay^went down to its first f^jdefeatofthe season Sunday at the jiands oi^Escanaba, the game being v played, at the Northern Michigan city ^'•Wliicb. in no small way accounts\" for S the defeat • Wheh we speak of defeat, ' therearemany things to be\" consider-. ged 'The first arid undoubtedly' Es- , -cv. i' ca^alja'a biggest factor in the victory M^ \"^as the iimpire. Some of the local |f&| 'players were off color due to the long ^ i - t r i p . A glance at the summary.of the i|Aif Tgame 'shows what Sturgeon Bay did £^j V^anil^one who did. not see the game, ^ « ^ .cbiild riot account for the • fact Stur- 'geon Bay didn't score. Escanaba only • gotthree hits off from Stock while the I V local boys gleaned six safeties: off I from Leaf, their imported twirler two • o f the hits being for two bases. • Veteran Dr. Spalsbury made three ^ of the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

n your exhibits for th£::$oW\":&^ty''l^rSept: 19-22 TWENTYlAGlS THE DOOR COtJNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE* •\"VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9 1916 NUMBER SIX FOU R KILLE D INAUT O Freight Train Oat of Maplewood Ran Into Ford Automobile Which Was Stalled on Railroad Track. Baby And Young Man Killed Injured Bushed to Hospital at Green ' ,: Bay. One Lady Succumbs on the Train Young Girl Dies a t ' t h e . . HospltaL An accident unparalleled in this sec- tion of the country occurred near Al- goma Saturday when a Ford car driv- en by Mrs. John Matzke of Kodan, Ke- waunee county,-was struck by freight train No. 15 at the crossing a short -distance from Algoma. The car was occupied by six people •who were returning from a shopping trip at Algoma, when the frightful ac- cident occurred which resulted in the death of tour of the occupants of the -car, two being killed instantly while two others died of the injuries on their •way to the hospital. The dead are: Syl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

lllltiliitfi^ WYIR ANOTHER Ssmer Wins From the Strong Instl- \"Tito Team Snnday Downing Them ^aty a 10 to & Score i^Stoday afternoon, Jos. Petersilka's \"strong Institute team suffered defeat before the local team, by a 10 to &• v^core after Krohn, their imported pitcher, had been pounded to all cor- ners of the lot Krohn, the Institute : twirler, is a University of Wisconsin man but needs several years more of \\ Instructions., before he becomes any- 'ttin g like a twirler. He had nothing that puzzled the Sawyer batsmen and they pounded his delivery to all parts of the field. After he had been touched up for a goodly number of hits and' enough runs to'win a usual game he was re iieved by Bourgeois, a young lad from the east aide, formerly of the city team. -Bourgeois finished the game in a cred- itable style. • Hitt twirled the first five innings for Sawyer and was relieved by Andy Borresoa who smoked them over for the remainder of the game and had the Institute Cubs at his...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

THE POOB CQITNTY SEWS ATJCPST WIMC A BUN € H OF S TUR GEON BAY'S \"LIVE ON E S* A S t A for ALL A-l FLOUR \"Bread is the staff of life \" so 6aid Dean Swift and so say we, But-then the flour used in the bread.The Best of Flour should be ' Now if you'll use Big Jo, Gojd Medal or Royal Patent , Flow, you'll find. them best by test,, -Any of the three you'll find, for baking, just a little better than the rest And then fcr rye bread, Use Onr Pure White Bye Flour and you'll always hav-i success, It's the acme of all good rye flours and you really use much less ' Balance Ration and Developing Chick Foods we also handle, the best for growing chicks, And on our Feed, Hay, Straw and Salt, we really have no kicks. BAY VIEW ROLLER MILLS F. P. Bushman, Manager, Sawyer, Wis. JJ Stands for BANK of STURGEON BAY Come be thrifty,—\"It ain't ho use to grumble and complain,\" That you have made of life a muddle and can't \"come back\" again • Just Bring Us Two Dollars Each Week, you can do it if you ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

m THE DOOB COtmiT NEWS AUGUST 9,1916 I ,M Mcond-elu* auttar Juljr 1 » Iha poit^ffleo «t Sttuxeon Bar, WU- Wnder th» act OJ March 3. 1878. IgMftW m PtrBIilSHEB WSEBXT BY ' l|(||l^6kycbl}NfY' NEWS M. LAPLANT. PrsBidaul and Maaaftr itrNDBEKOi Viea-PTeaident ™*vr.s WAQENEB.. Setretary and Treaaurar. ftMmr?''1: .\"::•• -•: • :. :•:.•,- ..:•..• ••••• •'.••' ^ % ^ ^ . , • • , - , ^ v , - , . , : . ..Mdreat' all• communications to. Tka Nawa, J^^: : ^ - 5 8tnrgeon,.BttT.. Wiaeonalo.' ' llVicription Price, $ 1 . 5 0 Per Year g S s i i r , : ' ' - . i i \" ' •••. • . •••• - ' • — — — | i^turgeon Bay, JYls., August 9, 1910 I s the Chantauqua Good For Business? ff^Erequently one hears the statement t&Vthe Chautauqua is not a business gpffisset It takes money out of town and |lo«sn't bring any business. It doesn't, j^?thV final analysis, benefit business. !«Some have agreed with these views liiji Jflnlshed the argument by saying $jie Chautauqua is not to be justified 5^ i mercenary bas...

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