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

THE POOH COTOTY NEWS APCT'ST•% Mfi mm AND THAT from HERE AND THER E WASHINGTON ISLAM) The launch Mist,o£ Sturgeon Bay lay In port here Tuesday. The dance and show which was held at Tom Nelson's hall was ^lax-gely at- tended. v - x . Jens Jacobson has started to build a new barn of quite large dimen- sions. There will be a ferry meeting held at Tom Nelson's hall August ll,th. A large attendance Is urged. , ~ A bright baby girl made its ap- pearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs.| * a i l r o a d - H e w i n m^age one of the D. P. Kincaide last week Thursday^ f a r m s recently purchased by his broth- Miss Jessie Weborg arrived here fiSt Monday and received a very hearty welcome from her many friends. Capt Wiard will lecture in the Bap- tist church Thursday evening on \"The Prevention of Crime,\" The summer hotels and board ing j places are enjoying a busy season, [most of them being crowded to their llimit Arthur Gislason who spent several reeks here returned to Chicago last iursday. H...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

THEPOOB COUNTY WEWS AUGUST 9,191« f?''*S*$^*?^^^ :+*:, '**. mMffi?$M$$U • • part of Vthia %untry ? fiaving a: total enrollment pt 1600 students. Besides directing the musical organizations, Mr. Beck is to be one of the instruct- or in music. He erpects to leave this city about the 25th of this month for p i bouncing baby boy arrivedfat the ness. Automobile traffic continues to ^ c a g o *** then go to Cape Girar- pomejofMr. and Mrs.John Perry Sat- be exceptionally heavy and motor tour- aU* - s ^ h ° o 1 starting its session lortoy. The new arrival made his ap- ists from all parts of the country visit _ f o r e P a r t o t September. •••--•• . The Evinrude exhibit at the Scofleld store this week is attracting consider- able attention. The exhibit consists of a large cabinet which contains a sec- laranc-•-••--••-•---•-• e onMsmother' s birthday an d our county. \"The Battle Cry of Peace\" {will be fas a. Very welcome present. Alarge porch is being built on the shown at the opera hou...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

SECTIONTWO VOLUME THREE THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"tfEWS WORTH WHILE* STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN AUGUST 0, 1916 DOOR COUNTY 'THE CALIFORNIA OF THE The Unsurpassed Summer Resort of the Northern Lake Region. The Land of Natural Beauty and Unexcelled ^VfeVl Door county has been rightly call- ed \"The. California of the North\" and all who have paid this wonderland a visit are of the opinion that the county ' lias been' right'y named. This comity is also known as \"The Wonderland.of •Wisconsin\" a name that is true to it in every respect In fact Littlo Door is not only a wonderland.of grand old Wisconsin but of the entire nortli- western lake region. We have thous- ands of visitors every year during the summer season but there is r.oom for many more, the more 'the merrier^ The county extends its open arms to all and bids ye welcome. Advantages Door^Countyr Offers Summer Visitors 1. An unexcelled climate, moderate- ly warm days, with cool, refreshing evenings. Its'natural location on wat- er s ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

^^§t'$l ^ : that you want, we can sell you at prices that will surprise I s S ^ S ' i i K ^ f t r ' / f e ' •'. , . • ' •'.'•'\". •\"•'•':• •'•\"'•.•'\"'..• ..:•':'.-'\"{.'''•'•' • ^^mmmf-\" - •• . STOVES and RANGES FARM TOOLS, GASOLINE, OILS OF ALL KINDS ~~\"~~T .fact anything you could get in an up-to-date hardware '^i^gai^^^Ywi on the Hardware tor^?bur SISTER BAY, WIS. Public '•' » » » * » * H MM * W »***»iHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH^»'l X X X X » » * * * » » *##*#**********^***##*^ t$Ks?$ | ^ y ^ stay a ie Meals, satisfactory to you pe place to come and a me place to stay ^wiiiiiii': g~-\"-S-5g-icSa5ESgS2^ The.village of Sister Bay is a place of ^ many advantages/ Its ideal and beautiful location on the waters of Sister Bay and the fine roads that lead to the village make it a much visited place and accessible from all points. All parties making a trip of the county would not consider their Journey complete unless they made a stop at Sister. Bay and took in the scenery and place...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

WM^9^^^^^^^m»^mf' i^EBRANi is. •• • • • \" • my • H \"'• \" §l§t: pafe OA T row? H i for youknowthatthe cream is paseturized and every method is employed to make it as clean and sani- tary as can possibly be marketed. Once a customer, always a •vhtf: raim KXX1CXXXXXX1CXMXXXX«»XX31XXXXXXXXXXXXXX)(XXXXXXXXX)(XX»»» ic- ' \" «~ATl A ' A WWW W7 LINE For * « * X » K X X X X X X X X X * X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X * X X » X X X X X X X X X « X X X X X X ) W»«KX„K«»«XXXXXK«XX«XXXXXXKXXXXMXX«KX«XEKXXX»««XXXXX«i Â¥- V The placedwhere the table service is ofT the very best, and where the accommo- dations are unlimited. Good Swimming Beach *HKKXXXXX«XX«XKXK)tXKXKXXX»»llXKX»K»«»HX«KXXX-|tK»XKi ravn-mmmm Ephraim has been rightly called surrounded by high hills from Which Door county's leading summer resort cWony, although it is hard pushed for first honors by its neighboring town of Fish Creek. Ephraim the village beautiful is one of the most ideal places a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

^7i:{ Tiff * lllt'w:§||&?ft> W$^W$& Iffg^ofjhose fellows that les in letting some one else ^^B^tiiig and you do the |A^||^%w-n?a/ proposition is ^ p | | ^ i e g : We need all the iters that Washington Island ^'^^llyou^be, at Tom l$0ilth^mnd listen to the ^0^0vant you. You Want j ^ ^ Why not get together mt Washington Island in touch with the outside 'traffic. 'Personal Invitation to YOU ll^c r the people with brands of * it lis have you for ^ashtngton \\lirtandhasVo term- j veloped it Wonderfully and a few years edVThe Gem Island of I^k^Mlchl^ ^ and Hvesup t o i h a t . t i U ^ \"P^V••• S l ^ a t e d &V .*hey horthertf end many of the largest cities fa the land, ofour county, separated from the Rustic arches and badges, artistic mainland by Death's Door, it cannot'gateways, scenic towers and fountains help but cbmmandthe attention of all, both on account of its natural beauty and enterpriseof its many citizens,, Too much ciin not be written con- cerning this wond...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

f \"\"OXXXXXxfrxxXJUXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX « you Service and wants your business Can we have yours? H. E. Johnson, Agent fe K.XX X X 3131X XiHHHHHHHHHHt X X X X X X X X * * * * * * ******************* * - • : * * * : . ' • , ' • * TRADE AT iA.K0YEN?S Dealer In General Merchandise Washington Harbor, Wis. . * • • . . - * ' * .•'•'...\"' /'•^•:'' :'- . :• x . :'.'.' * » x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Hotel Washington /' Serves--You--Right Come and Tarry awhile * • * . ******** BEN JOHNSON, Prop. *********** .£********** If you are goitig to get W-:Buy the kind that is | sbW on the island bme Compat n ikjcijcmmi . i r i i \" ' \" \" \" \" 1 ' \" \" \" \" \" \" \" ? \" \" \" \" ** 5=1? Washirigidn ^IsWtict::. tion and carry complete stocks, so that it. is not necessary for the people of the island to send outside for any of their needs in the merchandise line. The Gislason Mercantile Co. oper- ates a large genera...

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

xiixitM*»xK*KM«t»»ME*,**x*«M mmmmi m:^ WMS$M &&WsmK WKwl iiln i /lillispn Bay, the nbrthenunbst town • s u i ^ a lofty to the county, 1B a biiBy, thriving place location and is a modernly built place, and besides being a summer resort of [The place boasts of its home cooking note, is a marketing center for that: and\" sets a fine table. The rates are part of the county.. very reasonable. Emil J. Landin is This place, as are all the towns of. owner and proprietor^ il||«|^||«i*ii^ WANME Kit IU ^ business. Nothing the peninsula, is well adapted to sum- mer tourists and in Uie past few years has developed along those lines. It is wonderfully located, on Green Bay and one can indulge in all kinds of fish- ing • : Many of the inhabitants engage in Within a short distance from Elli- Bon Bay is beautiful Garrett Bay. The property in that vicinity is owned by Mrs. Andrew Nelson who has in the course of the past few months erected a fine summer hotel there and one that compares...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

THE DOOB COVKTS'ititt$%Vmift$!ftffi. #M»»M,.«y»!if»W» • *y' ^ p IfcWilsoii&Co. Egg Hcirbor The village of Egg Harbor is a thriv-jdition'and''.the entire village is su- ing business place and in addition to veloped in an air of progressiveness. »K»}XXKmrXMWXWOtKK)(KKXCK}tmHHHtm(»)HHtMllKimW When in need of the great volume of business that is! conducted within the confines of the village, it is rapidly developing into a summer resort and promises to rival any of the resorts farther north. It's growth as a summer resort has been most remarkable in the past few years. Several wealthy outsiders have be- come interested in the place and thru their boosting of the live citizens and the advertising it has received it has grown considerable as a summer re- sort and has numerous advantages to offer summer people. It is situated on a fine harbor whose waters afford navigation to the larg- est boats as well as the smallest. It has a bathing beach that is hard to beat and boating a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

Wi$W^M^^^iii'^S^$^^ll^S^i^i^ i!?npQf!i Ic^eonport, the thriving village pa Pto^iMiChii^iii'^shdre, is a -very Sl^^^Bei^desp/Wing^av great pj^is^qwj/being' 'dfeveiopedvinti6 'a |j^!^gre8art'\" and Wpresent? IndicaS ^ a r $ | ^ a t inthe bourse of a: few | ^ j j ^ # t l l eaual in popularity any j | | U ^ | J ^ w ^ spots along the penin- ^ | & ^ l | a t f 0 i i ' : j s . on the banks of |ra ^cSiganvit bas a, wonderful cli- Ife£||h\"feh(Vilas lead to the slogan ^i^llllfl''always cool in Jackson- ^lll^dtoristscan always tell in bmiM|ifroin the south when they are Mplg^^ksonpor t for cool refresh- \"^ll^^^ s are wafted from the lake ip^.q^t hot and sultry day. Thru ^jiipn on the lake it has a won- |^|j^fi»rbpr and is vlsitedrby boats '^p|iescription which load at the ^nd-cairTpy the farm produce and ^|opicW of the forest to the» mar- S^||||&sonport was formerly rich ^J|B||,piroductSi lumber, - cordwood- P^f materia ! that is gleaned llp^wbods primeval, but as prac- l ^ ^ i l t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

' ' & $ • TODBPOOiBCODirrYireWS APGCS^^lgl^ Dan Fischer of Milwaukee 6pent the •week-end in the city,with friends. , A . L Anderson of FlBh Creek was a business'-.visitor in the city Friday. Miss Martha Washburn is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gaede. • Town Chairman Matt Peffef of Jack-. Bonport was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. F. I. Pleck left Tuesday on the special for Milwaukee, where he will spend a few days on business. :. Mrs. Henry Pleck and daughter took their departure Tuesday for Milwau- fj.kee to visit with relatives and friends. Miss Ester Kilton of Sheboygan is here for a short time at the home of H Miss Mabel Rieboldt James Wilson and family of Egg Harbor motored to the city Tuesday H and paid a few houra visit Miss Ruth Meyer of Algoma spent | a few days during the past week vis- biting with relatives and friends here. Rev. F. Geier of Maplewood was a |*visitor in the city Saturday between Itrains. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. P. Stoneman spent few ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

^0 Hi' JllMiss i Linda Lehmkulil spent last f||&tey%tf Algoma. \\ . ' g f MTB:Walter Meyer was a •visitor at $Mg»m8i'Monday. [:'y_ '^tf^Bon^^'a^memaa.- Is ,on the sick sp_M^yftBUr: Rankin motored to Brussels ^ l ^tolday.v •''•'•.•.\"' • ^j/Wm. Jacobs was an Algoma visitor :• Johni Prokash of Pierce was here $0.:?Mt a lew hours Tuesday. p^Sjv^^Bd and George Jennerjahn were mo- llfl^orista to Sturgeon Bay Friday. £|3RTalter Meyer motored to Sturgeon Bay on business Friday. vv:•!: Chas. Zastrow Jr., and wife motored }jtii Green Bay Saturday. fo'ffia. LeClpur made a business trip *0 Rio Creek Wednesday. v Mrs. Fred Dahms made a trip to Algoma Tuesday on business. :MIss Libble Nowak is visiting at Herman Boettcher's this week. Mr. and Mrs, Herman Boettcher mo- tored to Algoma Thursday evening/ : Frank and Julius Barnhardt of Stur- p«w ,««oh Bay wore visitora here Thursday. V'.i-.tStB. Herman Krueger and Mrs. Aug-rived ust Jennerjahn visited Thursday at ^reen, Bay. Sam Kumm has e...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

$mih County i » %t Forestville ie town o£ Forestville is one of |tepresentative towns, and perhaps j | richest, for it ia situated in the ft of the finest farming districts in • county. Practically every bit of -land in the township is highly fer- and bears big crops. |Dairy and stock raising are also of ieat importance and within its bor-. |r s are found some high priced full- fooded registered stock which have only established a reputation as a rong herd in this county but also joining counties. Creameries and eese factories are found every few and all are in a prosperous con- i. The output of the factories lis quite a sum and regular ship- its\" are made to the outside mar- Unquestionably this town is of the leading dairying centers in icounty and the farmers are rapidly yeloping this industry. such a prosperous .town it is only iral that there should be market- centers. The village of Forest- le which is the largest in the coun- H(s practically a small city and the t|pmou8 bus...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

yj:\"WeH it you say you can't there Isn't any use of talking any more VjtjtoontIt- Therahape the work is In now, I don't BuppoBe you would mind | t f lef^torilgb^ would you?\" ii.*f'Wnlj^'nb, jbe if you wish to quit tonight, it's all right. You can ar- «ange to go any time you like. But l?m SOrry. I'm Borry to lose you and tta sorry I can't pay you more money, out I've told you how things stand.\" The men shook hands and Joe left the office. He bought an evening paper and Climbed \"the stairs of the elevated. jBeated in the train, he listlessly be- «an to read a short story. It was the atory of a man of forty-flve, tired of the city and broke, who had left town one day, and after traveling many miles had hired out as a farmhand, and In a short time rented a farm, mar- ried, made money and learned to de- spise the city and all its? works in the happiness and contentment of the life be was living. . • \" ' • • . • . ' . ' • The bell rang, and Marlon ran to the door, fastening a cuff...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

THE pom COCTTYNEWS AUGUST & 191B With Door County tUpper Wisconsin Peninsula Seems Mote Beautiful and Attractive Than ETer BEAL \"VACATION LAM)\" D. Campbell Arises • Motorists to Take a. Drive Through Cherry Country ,. • • & By A. D. Campbell Manager of Wisconsin Advancement '•Association Last week I made my annual trip to the Door county peninsula. It seemed Jmore beautiful and attractive tharv Lv / / *nrer D e t o r e - T n i s t m i e ! w a s there •s-\" •when the cherry harvest was at its height—and a thing more beautiful than a heavily laden cherry-tree when She fruit is ripe is difficult to find- surely to me .no orange grove is as beautiful as a cherry-\"orchard. * The early reports' that the cherry crop was light up there applies only to early ones. /The late varieties are yielding welv and I am told that the shipment^/this year will be about the •same as last year, when both early and late varieties yielded heavily—this be- cause of the increased acreage in bear- i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1916

eat Oconto Team 3-1 ^niti^d^t^ Xeeals Add Oconto to Their String of g||^Ictdrfes.v Big-Game of Season'• '•:• fe. •- Snnaiy. With Es^naba :*M g ^ I t w a s a comedy of errora, or one j thlitig: after} the other. It might Jhave been tbo weatuor r.nd It n'ght vihave been riotnethtn^ ol.?3 but the spec- tators, were treated to u game of ball that they ha:e not had tho pleasure of ^ efieing for mahv tjays. The old time PEP was very con- : 8picuou8 by Its absence, but at that : the local boys were able to come-back when It looked almost like defeat. : JThink of winning a game after hav- ing teV errors, and let ft be said right here that no one man won that ball v-gaine. - y •\" ' Who ever heard of our outfield ever hissing any before? It looked like the ^impossible but just the time we thot ,.:it couldn't be done the boys in the •field up and did It. [ • A t that they did some hitting j^we are,not making much of a holler abbnt a few errors when hits are what did the trick. It Is reported ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 August 1916

^ jRfan ^our exhibits for f X ^ 19-22 THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—''NEWS WOftTH WHIJ.E* VOLUME THREE , STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16 1910 NUMBER SEVER III. ' tt§M .-It REGATTAATEPHRAIM Attended by People From all Parts of County. Yacht, Motor, Row- x boat and Canoe Races on Program A Gala Day For Tourists Boys' and Girls' Swimming: Races and Diving Contests Interesting'. Canoe Tilting and Aqua-Planing Contests Feature Among Events Friday was a gala day at Ephraim and unquestionably, the biggest day ef the resort season. Hundreds of people from all parts of the county journeyed to Ephraim, some making the trip in automobiles while others took boats to that place from along the shore. The attraction was the an- nual regatta and carnival given by the Ephraim Yacht Club. Those who arranged the races and managed the many affairs spared nothing In order to make the event the success that • was. The officers of the Ephraim Yacht Club are Engelbert Folda of Omaha, Neb., commodore S...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 August 1916

mmmm m m llM0€qahiy:J: i?KBntairad'- aav*»«rad-elau malter^ JtUr ^1, Itld »t the pottoffloa »l Sturgeon Bay, Wti- Mails, wader tta act or March 8. 187». ^ PUBLISHED WEEKLY B l ^JTttE DOOR COUNTY NEWS •'.'\"•• {Incorporated) , •ABL I JUAPLANT, Pretidant and Manafar :ft'A.\"lj0NDBERd, VIca-Prealdent , , W. WAGENEB. Secretary and Treainrar. Addrati all commanlcatloni to The Mawa, • Sturgeon Bay. WUconain.'' ^iAi^pHo n Price, $1.5 0 Per Year Storgcon Bitf, Wis, August 1G, 1910 •:•: Candidates, have you filed your ex- pense accounts? : . \"Candidates are many at this time \"of the year and it is just a matter,of selecting the man you think best fit ted for the office. In county politics i one should not look at creed or politi- cal party, your selection should he the —one who will best fill the position. from' 11,000 to 43,000. This is an aston- ishingly small 'reduction in ihe\" nunfc her of horses, but an enormous gain in the number of ,m6tbrs'. :V .Ties'c -.fiigr- ures show that ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 August 1916

y THIS AND THAT from HER E AND THER E WASHINGTON ISLAND Tribute to SInjorie Kiss On Thursday afternoon, August 10, Marjorie Rose, eldest daughter of Mr. Mid Mrs. Ignatius G. Kiss, died at the home of her parents on Washington Island. Her death was sudden, com- ing after only a few days of apparent- ly light illness. Her parents are pros- trated by their loss. The immediate jmunity has been shocked and deep- gved by the going out of this bi^fjjjjlUl young life while, within an icredj^iy short time, the whole of our. ' ijeautifui1 island has felt the electric i $turt(ll of sorrow and sent back to the stricken ('family the -deepest sympathy and many willing hands have brought flowers and other tokens ot their ach- ing hearts. For all tliis there are many reasons—men and women are naturally kind and when a \"wander- ing woe\" alights on their friends they are quick to respond. In this case, however, the character and person- ality of Marjorie herself :mu3t be named as the chief cause fo...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 August 1916

imfm ^^M§^^mm^§^ei^mi f|JWOBCftIWT?irBW^ AUGU» &^#SWgffi,y iilRilsiliilii !|f-T?je. J^C.iDana: Co. 'received. a tar-J gl^4) Oakland cars the first of the geon Bay at 11:00 a. m. i-aJCWeek. i:,, : •. N^JThA Congregational Sunday-school Egg Harbor at 10:00 arriving at Star- n g & baby girl brightra^ home of t^|and: Mrs. Tom Tong on Tuesday ^ l a a t ' w e e k . : u . •'.• , • ' , , , ' . p^Stbheman & Sons and Henry Hopp l l ^ b m a d e a carload shipment of live- |(ftocfc/to the Chicago market Monday. M^IpB. Richmond took over the Hitch- psock \"& Son grocery business Monday i ^ f \\ttils week.'} He is being assisted in mjtop-business\"by his son Earl. Vi wK wide concrete curb or gutter Is l u i n g laid, lnf^ont of the People's pBtoro.this'week. The purpose of the ^Krttter.\"l8 id \"carry off the water and IjjBJso' for, protection. '• ist: IPhe trim pleasure yacht Mignon efcalilng from Philadelphia was a vlst- ll^or-in this port the first of the week, |S whtlei cru...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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