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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 August 1916

TfiE DOOR COURT! NtWS AUGUST W 1916 ?!T^^tf^?-f!*T*!p&$&$^'?*$ Ourselves in Print J. Jerabek of Algoma was a visi- tor to the city Monday. ' Bob \"Wahl of Fish Creek -was a visi- tor in the city Sunday. ' R, Ihlenfeld of Algoma was a visi- tor In the city Saturday. Miss Emma LaMere' was down from Jacksonport Saturday and\" left -for Green Bay on a short trip * Rev.' F. Geier of Maplewood was a ?r in the city between trains Fri- Frank Moeller spent a few days the latter part of last week in Milwaukee on business. ' . Mrs. Dud Lawrence spent a few days the forepart 8f the week visit- ing at Green Bay. V \"Wm. F. Martin of Fish Creek motor- ed to the city and spent a few hours herp on business Tuesday. - .-/, V^-?,: John Siinon of Wild Rose-is here this week paying a visit with relatives and friends. . v' Bert Seidemann returned Tuesday morning from a short visii at Green Bay. '• • •: - ^'':': 'K.-: •:.'.-.:'Oi.--W,.' Hay was in the city Monday and Tuesday on one of. his regula...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 August 1916

s AUGUST ie wi6 *OEESTYILLE pt^ BH^ :WWlo'on \"lfay'HoBie : ^ l ^ d Ella Frenzel, daughter of Mr. f0a§:?3Mfrs. Gust Frenzel, passed away |*i|Bt%eelc while enroute from Arizona l l ^ ^ e r home In this:town. $§§f 1?li deceased had been at Arizona f$o* .'the past couple of years, going | | i ^ ^ that country for her health, hut ||th«JCllmatevdta not help her in over- «»ming the dreaded disease. During ^th^jtwo years that she was in that distant state her mother was with her were killed to the auto accident last S $ u f d ^ . ^ ^ a ^ of^ Xirs. John ^ ^tifee^ .diriyet( 'oi tne car.-v:,, ,'v':•'^7 .:?/\\\\ •'V.'V.^-'- v'..'.'-V^ ':.-\\ Will all citizens, men and women, young and old, interested in their township exhibits at the Door County fair for 1916, be present at a meeting at McCleaux's hall on Friday evening Aug 18th? Your town must be brought to,the front and here is your chance. Don't forget the time and place. % ® .is located between Fellers place and *be greater part of ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 August 1916

A BUN CH OF S TURGEON BAY'S \" L IV E ON E S,r A Stapds tor ALL A-l FLOUR \"Bread is the staff of life,\" so said 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, Gold Medal or Royal Patent Flour, you'll find them best by teSt, Any of the three you'll find for baking, just a little better than the rest And theu s'cv rye bread. Use Onr Pure White Rye Flour and you'll always hav-i success, It's the acme of all good rye flours and you really use much less alanee Ration and Developing Chick Foods we also r 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. 4 B Stand for B A N K of STURGEON BAY Come be thrifty,—\"It ain't no use to grumble and xomplain,\" 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 only half try. We Will Put It At...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 August 1916

- **.,.iarr~ - r IHIII mi nwm . *\" • - -• He touched Mr Boyle so quick and hard that Mr. fioyle must have thpt ••_ . he had one of those things that his Vnns Trmiteri to a Flrio Game Sundav name stands for. and then quickly sent JH A'Wted to a^tinc uame aunoay t h e b a l i.' 0 ver to Jenkins In time to . When.Escanaba Xined Up. Against... make a double play.. It was a grand locals. Band Out to Game play and a fitting climax to a good •• '. • game. It was a play that the baseball ~~- fans expected Captain Bill to pull and It was a perfect day. The weather better still the.game, was not marred man was there with the beat kind of }? rag-chewing or arguing. I t wasA. .baseball weather and the boys played S ^ ? £ ^ S . « * * * ? ball like veterans. credit to both the winning and los It was a real baseball game and ing team and the best teamH won played like the games we read about « \" ' « \" ' every day in the big leagues. One to Kra^fc0/.. ^ nothing was the final result and it W....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1916

Plan your exhibits :f6rrihe -066 v 19-2$ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"N£WS WORTH WHILE* VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23,1916. NUMBER EIGHT INSTITUTE NOW ON Session Began This Morning and Will Continue Thursday and Friday. An Interesting Meeting. Well Known Educators Here ^President Keith of Oshkosh Normal, Dr. Sparks of Pennsylvania State College, Principal Eichinger and Inspector Dniry are the Speakers. The annual institute for Door county Tural' school teachers is now in ses- |l||'.sion,.-the program for the three days liftfl having opened this morning. With |p|yiteachers coming from all parts of the p f | l county and today only the first day f?!!!\" 0 * t h e gathering the attendance should flppAbe exceptionally large. pl|§|f| The meeting promises to be one of fflllrthe'- best, if not the best, that has ^J^-ever been held in the county. Supt ., Millard Tufts made strenuous efforts ^M to get some of the best speakers here \"\"f?Jfor the session and has secur...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1916

ttnneral Held Saturday 5\"he funeral o£ Louis Gerlach, who his studies. passed away at the home of his father. John Gerlach of Gardner Wednesday w e e k for Denver, Colorado, following :Of last weefc, was held Saturday morn Stag The services took place from the Kreitzer. Mrs. Clark who accompan- jCorpua Christ! church, Rev. H.' N. ied her husband here from California ?feifer officiating.. A large gathering remains to extend her visit with her of friends and relatives followed the | parents. remains to their last resting place. He is survived by four brothers and rureen .p(,„ n „ „ Vrnm ththere ^a , +^r« . „i„„ - , - . .. • . uay. From he goes to two sisters. The brothers are Henry „„,„*„ , „„,•,,„. „ „ , ,,, . i.«ami^-'»ii-i'\" .. . •-.•„-, . -Po.mts inn northern Michigan to ac and Mike, well-known res dents of this „„„» „ „„„«..„„ „,*.. , . , « „ , . „ , , . .-- • , ••_ . .- c e P l a position with a com •sectio„ n o f th e county,. an d Fran k an d „„„ „ „,, .. . ..lumber x...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1916

, WASHINGTON ISLAND The Hotel Washington continues to enjoy an exceptionally good run of business. Helen Rysdorp, sister of Mrs. Law- rence Gislason, returned to her home In Sturgeon Bay after spending a few days here. Henry Fetzer, president of the Bank of Sturgeon Bay, spent a couple of days here the past week. He returned on the Goodrich steamer Carolina Thursday evening. / Welter's Amusement Co. played to a good Sized house Saturday/and Sun- day. The singing of Walter Wagener •was much appreciated Ay the audi- ence. - • / The concert held at the Baptist church Saturdayyevening was a de- cided success. A tidy sum was real- ized which will go towards the bene- fit of the church. The program was varied and/very interesting. John/Blau,. fiie hustling agent of the Goodrich line, was a business vis- itor/on the island last week, making angements for the passenger traffic/ •- farmers of this town that the late potato crop will be a poor one, the extreme hot weather having dried up a go...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1916

p i tedding' Cake atthe fair. ssmi?iS- ifm»am Rinrtlnl nri theIAOTTn I iir.trlP! o Btt^^raiMii^cjal on the law at the ^w|f|Grelsea Tesidence, Thursday &y- ^t^^^iigtist 24ib- .\": everyone is cor- ^J^j^^WtBd -tp' attend. ^' -..•.• pws no further damage was done. Editor McFarlane of the Manitowoc Daily News, one of the best known editors in this section of the state, passed away Friday. ,Mr. McFarlane was known to quite a few people in tills city, having made several motor trips to this county and city during the summer, and on different occa- sions visited his friends here. Tuesday a large- Cole eight cylinder car with a California number plate pulled into the city. Upon inquiry it was found that the party was from fOOt TEACHERS ^B^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W Walter J. Oertllng was run down on the bridge by a car dWwt-by-Be©-Mur frty, The young Jad was knocked for to the planking and received a bruised face and arm. However, the is? llg^Mpng the pleasure boats from but- &^ p6rteCt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1916

George E. Klein of-St Anthony, X D., is visiting here with friends. Leo M. Kohlbeck \"of Algoma was a .visitor in the city Sunday. ' ,' .Mrs. Anna Wright returned to Green #:' Bay Tuesday afternoon following a. visit in the city with relatives. \\f\"Bert Seidemann returned the fore- part of the week from a few days visit . at Manitowoc. - .' ^Lawrence Basten of Green Bay, a \" former, resident, was here on business the forepart of the week. ' Miss Marie Kubis fs spending the ' V v e e k at Milwaukee visiting with rela- tives and friends. Emil H. Becker of Sister Bay was a visitor in the city on business during the week. Mrs. G. Davidson returned from s Green Bay Monday where she had spent several days visiting. Web Wirtz returned Monday'-raornr tag from Green Bay and Milwaukee where he had spent his vacation. George Larcheid, the Green Bay ^slgn painter, was in the city Tuesday . • :.' oh a business visit i v i Keeper C. A Stram of theCana Is- : land light was a visitor in- the city...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1916

EOBESTVILLE .fSAt'i'Meetlngwhich wa«j held in the i|H^i '^ntrri iMt^Fri'day.' evening it ,wf$jas decided that the town of Forest- ll^iiiie^hbuid have a booth at the county \"'''\"''\"'^BaShr.'VQ'iiite a number of business men W»d representative citizens of the town .attended the meeting. Secretary 01- pM/fMngj&t of the fair association and Miss \"8ertrude Klumb who are .working IfSJuurdI tor the Forestville booth were present and spoke enthusiastically of ^tte'pian.\"' ^gvi In order that all arrangements for ' i^Bbe booth may be rightly attended to, ^committees were appointed. i\"|VAdyisory Committee—W. H. Bastar, chairman, Qua Leege, H. J. Teske Sam ©llPerry and John Schmelzle, ^cide^rfÂ¥tday CT^ingfwestfof the): riyfe !when 'two cars collided^a:j^crd and a Buick, No one -was hurt but tbe Foicd car was damaged to 4uite an extent Steve Tesar who has been employed at Brillion for some time,, stopped off here last week for a few days visit with his sister, Mrs. Andrew Law- renc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1916

THE HOOK COUNTY ffEW* AUGUST 2% 1016. \"Good fellow* Florence Lillian Henderson (Copyright, 1916, by W. G. Chapman.* ' .\"Who's the new handt'V \"Be calls himself Lynn Durand. He won't set the works on fire, for he's a vgreeny in our line. Seems to want to learn, though,\" It was a good place to learn a cer- tain branch of mechanical construc- tion, the big plant of the Biddleton Electric works. More than one humble •apprentice had graduated to high and ^responsible positions through efficiency .and application. The policy of the Jaouse was to employ young men and ^develop their ability rapidly, pushing •them ahead where they deserved it The new hand had come from a dis- tance—with favorable recommenda- itlons, It was eaid. It was easy to dis- cern that he had been well brought up, Jnnd was a college man. The cut of his (Clothes, the way he carried himself, Ids - free and easy Independence, ^though coupled with a courteous and .^obliging manner, showed that he was tonused to the exe...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1916

Score of 2\"to 1 j|,...„,..:, ........ ... , S$?$S£w^ the Oconto Sunday Baw baseball games ever lilasjred tothis section of the state. The ij^Mne7was{a,real one in every respect | | i f M ^ aj creflit to both teams. Sturgeon l ^ p S ^ looked 4ike»a sure winner when |sj^a*tet/six innings -of play Billy Wag- |%:^ner brought in one score, but in the ||^ieyehth Oconto tied the score and l ^ l r o m that time on, the game was very fjil^tereattrig.-:'•\"' \" ta| -N^te: the eighth .it looked as If the fE champs would break the tie. Brown, SJ iUieirst batter up, got a nice hit and K : Was advanced to second on Billy's sac- fvv): Tifice Cullen, up next, drew a base 5| «:bhd balls jSoalsbury flew out a high gfibhe to the second baseman Bern- |ij:ihardt followed\\and performed the Kyj8ame stunt There were a few in- |fe: stances just as thte in the earlier t 0: stages of the gamo\\wheri Sturgeon ejlailiad opportunities to score but it ^v.JBoemjEidvaB'lf luck broke against tliein. uOconto pus...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

yctir exhBits^ --^.,—^..^-.—-. •OS.. THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—''NEWS WO&TH WHILE' VOLUME THREE ^ 5 = STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1916 NUM - COORTSEMESDAY September Term of Circuit Court ^NSets Tuesday, Bit Will be Ad. jommed Until Following Day. Judge Henry Graass Presiding four Criminal Cases to be Tried - A l s o Cases of Issue of Fact for Jury and for Court. One Issue of Law Case. The September term of. circuit court, with Judge Henry Graass pre- siding, will convene Tuesday of next •week, but as Tuesday is primary elec- tion day, court will be adjourned and the regular session will start Wednes- day. The coming term promises to be of usual length and interest as there are •quite a few cases on the calendar. • There are four criminal cases, l namely, the State-of Wisconsin vs. {Herbert Knudson, Herbert Falk, Chas, J-J. Johnson and Ward Ellis. The Knud- json and Falk cases are of old stend- Jing, the Falk case being postponed from the last term of circuit court [...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

THE DOOB COUNTY TUVirS ATJGUBT 23,1916. Hard Fought Contest by a S'* ^^Score'el:2 to 1-V• •••:••• ^IScJ^Defeatei at hsont Sirdar In a mi ^^ ^^ rpot6rs who,, accompanied tie |^||sj|ba8^iaU ^teani 'to Oconto. Sunday - saw g||f%^nei o{^the 'best baseball' games ever 4 | Â¥ , | ^ ^ e d In this section of the state. The gg|:igame ^was a \"real' one in \"every - respect fs^lafid ''a credit -to both teams. Sturgeon f j£3ayUpoked like a sure winner when ||gM:: aiter^six.'innlng8'of' play Billy. Wag- 5lg j ener brought in one score, but in the ||£^0eYenth-Oconto tied the score and 0^:1 tram that -time on , the game was very l^lnteresting . »:\" .'•-- flffiW.^ in the eighth .it looked .as if the fif^-vfthamps would break the tie. Brown, |fe^ the flrBt batter up, got a nice hit and fel P '?% was advanced to second on Billy's sac- rifice Cullen, up next, drew,a'base otidvballs Spalsbury flew out a high one to the second baseman Bern- hardt followed and.* performed the same stunt. There were ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

WM m® THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WO&TH WHILE' lOLUME THREE ~Z*T .STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1916 lOORTSEBTOESDAY [eptember Term of Circuit Court ^Sets Tuesday, Bal Will be Ad.then jonrhed Until Following Day. ldge Henry Graass Presiding four Criminal Cases to be Tried Also Cases of Issue of Fact for Jury and for Court. One Issue of l a w Case. : The September term of circuit Durt, with Judge Henry Graass pre- ig, will convene Tuesday of next £, but as Tuesday is primary elec- un day, court will be adjourned and lie regular session will start Wednes- | The comjng term promises, to be of Bual length and interest as there are a few cases on the ^gilendar. tThere are four criminal cases, aely, tlie State of Wisconsin vs. |erbert Knudson, Herbert Falk, Chas. Johnson and Ward Ellis. The Knud- and Falk cases are of old stand- the Falk case being postponed n the last term of circuit court itil the coming term. |The Chas. J. Johnson case is one arson, the charge bei...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

n . . ' • ' . • - = n Ing the week and had'.bla-harness. »n.i .......j^liiBlllji• f |FEATlt.UXE3rBUB(G( iTrims. Up\" the Luxemburg in Good Stylo Sunday, Score Being 11 to 3 Jm good sized crcs^l of fans ^the local team administer a stinging defeat Sunday, jViTlTBT'Bl^urg team came down hero 1 expectihgpl return with a victory but went home-iadly disappointed for the Sawyer boys \"did them up\" to the tune of 14 to 3. In fact they did not have a look ik during the entire nine • Innings. ''•\"•: The local boy.' played good ball Sun- day and that al« ne accounts for their victory. Andy Sorreson twirled a good game for Sawyer and had easy work during the entire game. Gabert from the east side was behind the bat and caught an excellent game. Bor- reson was backed by good support throughout the nine innings. Bentley who did the twirling for the boys from Luxemburg pitched a fair game but was riot given any support. His team- mates did not field their positions and this accounts for a num...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

*»»+ » i * H M 4 i u i , ».+*.+ * BB Frances Elizabeth Lanuon (Copyright, 1916, by W. Gv Chaoman.) \"Don't be foolish, Edgar, an automo- bile is too expensive a luxury for us,\" • declared Mrs. Koss. 'Tm the paymaster,\" retorted her husband, smartly. \"I fancy I earn as much money as that self-conceited Ar- thur Riggs. Humph! I'll wager a month's salary he|s buying that cheap machine of his on installments.\" \"Suppose he Is, or isn't?\" propound- ed practical Mrs. Ross. \"I've got too i much sense to let envy, or spite, or emulation force me into a foolish ac- tion.\" \"8ut he whizzed that tin Lizzie _of' his past us with a haughty stare, as if he was some emperor and we scrubs. No, sir. He don't lord it over yours truly! I'm going to take the starch out of him. I'm going to make film wilt like a dishrag. I'm going to make that snub-nosed wife of his un- derstand that you don't have to walk. I'm going to get a machine that will put his in the. dust currents whenever I overtake...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

^ ^ ^ ^ i i i ^ i ^ ^ i ^ i g i ^ ^ g !BODiftCmiCTf pjiii^igip^^^^^i^g^^^^^^^^p^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^gi t §MMi ^fP^Bute^jBii'Seeond-eUis: • isstter vnlr_ 1, % l l U : « t t h e potteffloe »t Stnreeon Bay, Wis- xuW&wimA*.mltr'*lisiact of March 8. 1878. »atr-^-v-/-:-'^ ^•-•• • •.•-•:^:•• •-' •• \" '••• • \".•,-•:— liliEiDObR^COUNTY NEWS' yfefeyjtABi M. liAPLANT.'President sad llsnstsr l|p5(R:-A.1 IitIKDBKEWK Vlee-President . . ?f^''^-'^/WAQENEB, Secretary and Treaanrar. ^||^^diiii ^»U icbnuntudfl»tloni' to\"- Tss Sswi, |^^'^::.-i:\\i^^8tMi»oi»\"B»jr,' Wueonsln. ||:i Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year ^tnrgeon Bayv Wis* August 80, 1916 : :\\\"'A: smile Is lvalue. always worth its face It is BO easy to do what wo ought not to do. No candidate ought to bo \"sore\",at • the results of election., Whoever is successful will have received the plur- ality vote from those, .interested enough to go to the polls.' '•It will be their choice. Let's be satisfied with the results. The law says...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

life's1: £«•' |Sg THE BOOB CODNTTJtEWS^A^il!$!T £$£ lltS^NDTHAt :--\"-'•-:•':•• \"'' •—~—. from— : — ERE AND THERE :AAR A BIG SUCCESS Improvement Chili Suc- illjr Manages Big Ititzuur EWhieh Brings in $125 azaar, consisting of supper of fancy goods which was e school house Thursday was It was largely attended,, a number of Sturgeon I Say •and also a large number of in attendance. The total pro- the supper and.sale after ses had been paid*'amounted hich certainly is a neat sum, Ladies Improvement Club of their achievement, as the first event of its kind Improvement club held. Here- by, derived money for the ini- fents tea: feing rom iroud guests iathe.0.. Hanson home. Mrs. Larson is a.sistorof Mr. Hanson. .••.'•Â» ' Mr. and'Mrs. Henry Starr and daugh- ter, Mrs. Albert Trucker of Racine, visited relatives here last week. Also the Misses Munda and Ella Olson of Ellison Bay. Mrs. Chas. Pantef, son Cecil and- daughter Sylvia, and Mrs. A E. Wil- son Sundayed at,Sturgeon Bay : : / Mrs....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1916

idllllfifl!!^^ Sy^'ft\"Si*Â¥'':i A n excursion -win b e ru n over t o country bringing In livestock for ship- v Marinette Monday, Labor Day, on the •:V:-3B6CAini. r : .'''.•'•:.• - M o n d a y being Labor Day / a legal holiday, all ' th e business houses and tanks in the city will be closed. ' A genuine old hard time party will : lje held at the Jackaonport town hall the coming Friday evening. A cordial Invitation is extended to all to come Wad Join In the merriment - . Employees of the Utility commis- sion were busy during the week re- pairing some of the heating connec- tions on Cedar street It was neces- sary to excavate in several places to repair the pipes. * A delegation of Sturgeon Bay peo- ple are in attendance at the Brown county fair at Depere this week. There are local horses entered in the races there and they arc expected to return •with some of the money. Concrete silos 'were erected on the John Long place In Sevastopol and the John Schlise place in Sturgeon Bay town d...

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