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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

, r ' | DOOR OOUKTY ADVOCATE KTUBOKON BAY, WI8^ HAY 23,1010 ' P s* * :F»p* 'V ..tST ^(.V- *F\" Makes Such ^LightjTasty Biscuits fust let mother call, “Biscuits for Breakfast!” We’re sure there’s a treat that can’t be heat in store for us — light, tender biscuits i— toasty brown and all- puffed up with goodness! For mother is sure of her baking powder— Calumet. She never disappoints us because C A L U M E T BAKING POWDER never disappoints her. It’s dependable. Results always the same—the best. Try it. , Calumet contains only such ingre­ dients as have been*approved offi­ cially by the U.S. Food Authorities. YouUave When Yon Buy I t - You Save When You Uae It. H IG H E& S Form er SerastofioiItw idont Died At Hospital in'G reen Bay On Wednesday Morning. v Mrs. Ernest Brown of AUnapee, died at a hospital in Green Bay on Wednesday afternoon. May 7th. \\ Mrs. Brown was 37 years of age having been born in the town of Sevastopol. September 6, 1881. She was the oldest daughter of Mr. ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

'.'4ta*e Bis D O O B O O U N iy ADVOCATE,. ST U B G E O N B A Y . Wff» M ^Y ^ - jg J L g ! NEWSY SHORT_ NOTES News of interest Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporters 4*t 111» HI ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« t »t Weiner Roust—The students ol the eighth grade, chaperoned by thtir teacher, Miss Smallenberg, gave a weiiier roaBt at the big hill on Monday evening. Services Next Sunday—Rev. P. H Ralph of Green Bay will oonduct ser­ vices in the'Congregational church on Suday morning at 11 o'clbck. Sun­ day BChool at 10 as usual. ®» Serve Supper—The Bingham district school will serve a supper on next Monday evening. A charge of fifteen and twenty-five cents will be made and supper will , be served from 5:30 to 8:00. Miss Mayme Allard is teacher of the school, which will dose within the next .few days. The proceeds from the supper will go to the Bchool. * Receives Booklet—Mrs. William Gabert on Tuesday received a book­ let from her son Roland containing the history of the 16th infantry, of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

% ■ = f c . ' i ■- ..: .... .. Zr&' .- ,V ■. 'C/Y n. . p o o r c o u n ty a d v o c a te , b tp b o e o x b a y ^ w ib ., m ay 2 3 , into r \\ ~ Page Berm ♦w w m *m »h h »*^ h h h «»h w m m m w m h h h m » i NEWSY NOTES CpNOEBNING PEOPLE'. YOU KNOW Edward Maples arrived home on . Tuesday from a busine&ytrip- to, Milwaukee. ’ - v* Rev. Horatio Gates wae\"Jn .the Oity, over Sunday, .conducting services, at the K. P. hall ^ Ernest Jackson return'edr home on Monday after spending the week end visiting in Marinette. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Zak of Batt­ ers Harbor were In the city oh bus!' ness and pleasure Monday. ‘ Mrs! J ob. Schauer'retunijd Satur­ day evening after spending ' a' few JdfiyainGreen Bay. viBiting with rel* - ..atives.’ : Ed Rieboldt returnejfjrom Green : Bay Sunday where he HTO % en on 'a ’ business and pleasure visit tor a few /days. ' / Melbourne Larson' returned .Eri- day evening from a trip to Green VBay in the interests of the local box ‘•-factory...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

Committees to Dispose of Details on Important Measures •- This Week. loMtlon to Put Management of All City School* Under Board* of Education a* Independent Corporation*. Madison.—Committee hearing and p a l dlOpbultionon some of the most Important legislation of. the present maiden. Is scheduled for the present foek. Chief of the matters before the Plate and hoiiSe committees’on eda- *«on Is the Bird bill and the Peterson uad Pullen amendments# proposing to rot the control of all city schools nn* Bid boards of education oh the lnde- tendent corporation basis. The proposed control extends not mly to engaging teachers and superin- . indents, bat to building afid maintain- ng schools. It is expected many may­ ors, d ty attorneys and presidents of ioards o f education will be here for hthearlng. \" i The Bird blU creates 21 new sec- The Peterson amendment pro­ to effect Independent control of l 6 schools by amending existing stat- repeallng others and creating en new sections. The Pu...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

ATWO-FOLODOTY Many thoughtful ndAert finfc jivethdr^hiidren ' iregularly—and then take if themselves. It Is a tonk-food that contains elements as needful to an adult as to a child. Buttd : m your strength— try Scotfs. - / Scatt Bowac. Bloom Said. N. h : IM HOMEWMD BO. BA nLE8H lPl:0U {ConUnuedtrompngeS) DIRECTORY +♦♦♦ n i l HI,! t oilH tn H l DE. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limlted’to RECTAL DISEASES ' Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building 1 ' MILWAUKEE, WI8. N. N. STBAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. X DR. R. A. WOBBPEt ...O DENTIST Across street from Drug Store. .V SAWYER, WIS. V DB. J. J. eV & m i ‘PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Mice Second Floor McNeely Bid*. ■ STURGEON BAY . ADOLPH 0. WOERPEL OPTOMETRIST -0ff» Tested Glasses Properly Bitted at the Drag Store. SAWYER, WIS. HAB&V W. BLAKEFIELD VETERINARY. SURGEON AND DENTIST , Phona 154-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. VL 7EB0DS0N V LAWYER ♦ Office In floor County State Bank Building. ' STURGEON BAY, WIS. E. 0. HOMKE, M.D.O. VETERIN...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

important Amendments and Ad* ^ ditions Made to the Present\" JState trunk Highway Acl. HOW BEFORE ASSEMBLY StalteTrunk Highway System Increns- «d 5,000 to 7,500 Miles— Danger 8lgn Boards On the Highways To Be.Made a Thing f Of the Past. The big • piece or nignway legisla­ tion at this session is bill 379 S, in the form of amendmentp and addi­ tions to the present State Trunk Highway Act. It .was reported out unanimously by the,vJoint Committee on Highways, passed the Senate with­ out a dissenting vote, and is now on the Assembly calendar, and undoubt­ edly will be passed by an overwhel­ ming vote by that body. The bill provides for the following changes and additions: , The State Trunk Highway System Is to be increased from 6,000 to not to exceed 7,600 miles. The Wiscon­ sin Highway Commission and a Joint Legislative Committee, acting with the commission will select the addi- ' tional milage after hearings, and the same procedure will be followed as in selecting the original ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

^ \\ J - \\ d o o r co u n ty a d v o c a t e , n r a o i DOOR OOPBPrY ADVOCATE. OTPBOEON B A Y , J i m . , MAY 2 8 , 101* Page SlefM r- •Mrs. Kate Marquis, Mid* dlebqrg, Logan Co., Ohio, writes as follows: \"I have used Pertma with \"suc­ cess. It has cured me o f catarrh of the head and throat. It Is the best medicine for catarrh that I •have ever URed. I am completely' cured. Thanks to Peruna/’ Mrs. Marquis is but one of m any thousands who know the value of Peruna for that catar^ rhal condition of the membranes responsible for m anyVof the human ills. Completely County News. POPULAR COUPLE WED jW ell Known Young .People .From Northern P u rto fC o u n ty United ~ In Matrimony • Roman Kitav'of Fish Cretk, d° f h being pleurisy, with SEVASTOPOL 3 ^ Institute Siciat 22 Club will, hd[d\" thlr annual ball at Jos Pcter- siika’e ball on Thursday. May 29. Music will be fijralsfcel bv rim, six Piece orchestra of Now Fn.i kcn Elmer the thirteen year old son of Mr, .and Mrs. Frank Paque,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 May 1919

The tugs Lr. D. Smith went to Grfifcp Bay yestordajr with the three tjig hulls that were brougli here tor dock ? , The auxiliary schooner Oscar New- house was In port Saturday with a cargo of salt for fishermen andlocal merchants. The fish boat Liberty,Capt. B. An derson, of Detrol H arbor, was hqre th e fore p art of the week, the cap­ ta in having brought his wife here for m edical treatm ent. The old sunken hull of he wreck 1 ,0 0 Jtias caused some trouble in. get­ ting Into the Leathern & Smith ship­ yard dock, and Diver Purdy removed \" it with dynamite Tuesday. Irving and Amos A Hie left W ed­ nesday for Benton Harbor, Mich., to look a t a 38-foot flsh boat and if it is satisfactory they will purchase it and bring it here. It has a 20- horsepower motor. Martin Peterson has his gasolene freighter Service ready for delivery to Its new ownejrs, and the craft will be taken to Ludlngtoii within the next few days. A., new engine has been installed in the service. ‘ One of th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

'' ' V - *' ' . i. \\' / : . VOLUME* , l'X 58 - f l ’ ■— ' • ' ' «V^ , . , W, * * ' ( ' * ' • •'•'•' I ^ B P W S T . -, c a u c c l a t i o h , : n NORTBOBAATisaiJv w i s c o i NUMBER 10 H isto rica l Booms muison wis 8TUBGKON BAY, W18., FKIDAY, MAY 3 0 .1»1». THB A PV OCATB T» W W o w i c u t c r n r a n d c o u n t t f a m Government Orders Work Sus­ pended on Many Tugs Builil- ^ ing in Great Lakes Yards. INCLUDES SMITH’S YARDS IT. S. Shipping Board Makes Sweep- , rngOrderW hich Results in Sns- . pension of Work on Three Tugs At Leathern & Smith’s Yards—Forty Men , '-Laid Oft. . - ■ What may be the beginning of the end qf the war-time , shipbuilding boom: came 6n Saturday when L. D. Smith, of the Leathern & Smith ship­ yard, announced that he was forced to lay off thirty-seven of his em-( ployoes on account of an ord^r re­ ceived by him from the U. S. Ship­ ping board ordering the suspension of work bn the last three of the twelve tugs for which they had con­ ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

Sawyer News. Miss M argaret M cDerm ott w as in T rom Maplewood W ednesday on a 'Chopping trip .: Toweled & B randels are shipping ta rg e quantities of peas by ra il a t v b e p resen t tim e. Ju te Malliet ‘e having a sr.utli ad «i-i!on .b u ilt to th e re a r of his hoiel p ro p e rty on low er Maple A/*- M rs. H erm an Hem pel, who o p e ra te d upon fo u r different tim es at tfireen B ay, has retu rn ed home. T he- first sto ry of Ed. H u n t’s new /c o n c re te residence is completed and u h e second story is well under way. T h e J . C. Club will m eet a t the \"X iom eof A lfred Anderson, Thursday, 3 u n e 5th. Everybody cordially itt- wMed, M rs. K. J. Backey, who has .been.at tie r hom e here looking afte r th e f r u it orchard w ork, re tu rn e d ,to Al- •goma W ednesday for a sh o rt stay. A m ong the soldier’ boys who re­ tu rn e d during th e week w ere H ans T erm anson and Joseph Aelears, both rad whom saw service in France. A sw eet baby girl was born to Mr...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

:.vr*\\r £& ^x-i%.j,'v\"'- &&&_____________________,* - - . j r * - , - r ? ? ? i* r ^ i- -’ r C ' r* ~-*? -‘^ '“ , .. ., .. 1\"-’ ?'\"'• * '-.tT,'-'K -.T-~. /~*C— ,' ‘\"KWr^, .vr-t Tbsy march oncsroore, but n o t'm whoit They Bought the battle tray , A thlnnlng line or gallant m en Whose thoughts are fa r aw ay ....... Their white lock* float upon tbe breere, .. Their step Is sh ort ahA alow* But In their eyes this w atcher sees The Ore of long ago. FRIENDLY Thar*& two things can’t imitated—youthful charm and mellow old Under the standard, bullet-torn. Behind the mafded drain, In uniforms in battle worn, Adown the street they cOme H ats off! E re long 'tw ill be. too late To honor thus th e Blue. These are the /nen who grimly w att To hear the last tattoo. Mellow old age” .in good Kentucky . Burley Tobacco is reached after it Bring chaplets for the men Who sleep Beneath the somber pines-* The brave Who in the forest deep ■ Formed once~the battle lines No clar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

itetMAat'Utbrii^h -/ Wjr. Wlfc. M l«OTi.tlMI .«M tSr 5 \" fDausBBoIrr Ooer Count* PabBsttagCeuttty ”■'■ '.-’•ii -.x, ./-r ■ Address all communications to Subscription Priori, 92.00 per few Cm «Nte*tag •drirtaa chaBK*4,tb« old aa • w B l'u tk e acvr addrcoa akoald be *tven STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 30 This total subscriptions to the fifth W U TtetOry Liberty loon reached $5,249,908,300, an oversubscription of nearly $750,000,000. In committee assignments In the United States Senate, LaFollotto and Lenroot both have important coin- xhittees to serve on. LaFollotto is a snfember of the finance committee, the enost Important committee in / Con­ gress, and is also on the committee on Interstate Commerce. Senator Lonroot is on the important Military Committee, and also on Commerce. \"w r/J., V, t . ~V - .i.. - • r ‘,,i Governor Philipp'Gives o f . : . t h e ^ i s ^ i p p | | ^ s Defense C ouncil, TOTAL COST Executiy^|ifi^re«v,R«cb^irnf gratas* Jzatlon . Will 'Stand As LaqjtlnfL...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

►S 4BAY. W 1*.. M AX VO. 910. Comity News. B U L SE 8 HARBOR - H n . A. E. W ilson .presented h e r husband w ith ^g^l'.'’la st M onday. • Dr. G. R . , Egeland, of Sturgeon Bar* m ade a professional trip _here 3 P l^ r tL a iu :ie ,iro a d ..commissioner of.S tu rg eo n (B a y tran sacted business k« eW pdae« lay. M r .a n d M rs . \"Walter W o e rfu la n d fbm tty-bP S fcu^ th e B lakftfleidJm iqe ,-4 M rs. P e te r M nckian retu rn ed hom e l ^ t JPVedneB^y tirp m . a iw o ^ e k a v M t ■ ^ th ab ia tlv e s a t Chicago and at o * in r f » d .. ' VThe village . school - closed F rid ay w ith a^piehic. •A lt'sorts o f races w ere enjoyed by the pupils. -A fter the gam es -refreshm ents iw ero -served.■= , Mr. an d -M rs. R oger .E atough of S turgeon B ay weye am ong o u r call- ersTEuesday. M r.-Eatough.lB looking a fte r th e in terests of th e Door. County Telephone compainy. ' The idance a t -S chram ’s h a ll -was largely attended and ail .-had good tim e. .T here w il...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

. t f * , , f t « e B l x POOR OOUKXV AO.VOpA'TjBtOTPRGKON BAY, Wig], M A Y 30, 1»1«. * * * * * * NOTES News of Interest Gathered by The Advocate’s Reporters T i t 9 I 1 1 111 t i l l t t t l 1 1 H m i ' H t t t 1*'1' B ack O n J o b — E ngineer Steve S lattery is back on th e job again a fte r a forced vacation of several m onths caused by an accident ■which occurred a t G reen Bay during th e w inter. Flowing W ell— C apt. F ran k - Jac­ obs has com pleted sinking th e flow­ in g w ell on h is prem ises on N orth C edar s tre e t an o th er fourteen feet, I t now being down sixty-four feet, an d he h as an excellent .flow of pure prater. Som m er H e re —T his w eek!s hot w eath er m ade it ap p aren t th a t if sum m er is not here yet, i t is on th e way. A couple of straw h a ts have m ade th e ir appearance, w hile a few m ore venturesom e kids have been in Bwlmming during th e h o t spell. Snndny Services— Rev. Jo h n Van- d e r M eulen w ill conduct services at th e C...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

a*-1 ' '\" V : ' ^ l i i i l i i . ^ 1 - - T ? ' ’‘Z r:,. Xrr. J T) f a T M A T A T T ? . r.\". ' i I NEWSY NOTES ' - r~.. ........ CONCERNING ^PEOPLE YOu ^ ro w : -■■■ • ' - ' ' ■ -: \\ -• ^ DOOR COUNTY AD VOCATK. /IHFURGKON BAY, W1B., MAY. 30, 1010. . 'V ‘,% J '‘.j — f / F*«e Gknreur:r & n M Crows try. ■j T'i Dr. A. J. Gordon.returned Wednes­ day evening .from a, business trip to Milwaukee. John Olson and Oscar Anderspn were in the city Saturday from Blli- . son Bay on business^ George Wing, of .the Advocate force, spent Sunday visiting with relatives at Kewaunee./ yv»-.-v'.-^ J Curtis Fritschler left Saturday for Milwaukee where he has- secured, a responsible poBitioh. •Attoraey T. A. Sanderson went to Madison today, where he will spent the week end ^ t h his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fetzer, and a number of friends motored/to Green Bay Sunday, returning the same evening. * ' 7 Vw. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. LangeiQak, who went to New Holstein to visit a sick friend the l...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

jm m m ' m e* Catirrii for Mts. # & pavis, % 0 t 10th '.Aye* N. Nashville, M yites:- :' ••After hav ing bcon a constant su lferer from ca ta rrh to r m on* .than tw en ty year*, attd a fte r try»' Une alm o st every rem edy adverjt tlacd, an d h aving lo st nllfiopo, L v ery relu ctan tly bfcgun th e ubos Of P crun a abou t tw o years ngo r Everybody says I loolt joijnKer^ now th a n I did t«ren«y ye*V* nxo.- a n d I actually feci younger and better, and w eigh more, i n n ' recom m ending it to my neign- ,|or» and all w ith whom I come ’fit iCorvta,ct.” S' w Sold E veryw here M E W E L L M qnld o r T a b let F orm W P i y this good tobac­ co costs less to chew. You get real tobacco satisfaction with a smpll chew. It gives you the good tobacco taste. It lasts andlasts. Y ou d o n ’t n e e d a fresh chew so often-. It saves you money. ( put up in Jwo.styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W*9 CUT is a loqg fioe-fjqt tobacco This Pioneer of American Vinance One l * Said The ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

, * » - E9R5® thci W yoor S i^j^ W A sS m fclS iw w iilt , \" m .... S%2 £Sfe$£5$« k * £ a » , ' i f e iti'% i f ROUBLES COSTFORTUNE 'L : ? /-: hSPwE . - -m .g , M- BUSINESS DIRECTORY to * « H H i M » t l | m t l OOO H .. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice LiiiiRed t c ' / '. RECTAL DISEASES'\" Local Anesthesia- 1404 Majeirt& Bulfilintf C . m ilw abkee w is. '■- N*N. STRAND -Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. d r ! r . a . w o e r f e l .•: .. DENTIST - :» Across street from Drug Store. 8AWYER WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON • • c e Second Floor. McNeely Bldg. .STURGEON BAY - \\ ■ ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL- OPTOMETRIST Njre* Tested, . Glasses Pfoperly f Fitted at tUe/Drug Store.\" I . 8AWYER, WIS. . „- t BARRY W. BLAKEVXRLD ! . VETERINARY BURGEON f AND DENTIST r ■ . Phone iitf-R . STURGEON BAY, WIS. Memorial day this year takes on a new significance. To the list of those who gave their lives for Liberty a half century ago have been added the names of \"the boyswhohave made the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

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Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

■ riK m rvt n » MAY 8 0 . U 1 9 . 1 / ’ '\" w ii FLOUR Any Mill Can M&ke Flour Any Wom^n Can Bake Bread AnyMusician Can Fiddle LUCK? Not A Bit O f It. The greatest musician requires the Best In­ struments—the good housekeeper the i Best Flour. ’ --v SEAL OF MINNESOTA * is a great flour and as nearly perfect in all es­ sentials as the art of man and bounty of na- a. ture can makeit. Can be had at all - \\ Up-to-fhe-Minute Grocers DoorCountyDistributors. STURGEON BAY and SAWYER Flour, Feed, Hay, Straw, 5alt, Seeds, Grain * t I M W M M M I W M M M W W W ■» ♦ ♦ ♦ » » ♦ ♦ ■ B i l l com on hand: . Wis. Nb. 12 or Golden Glow Wis. No. 8, Minn. No. 13 Longfellow Flint Red Cob and Fodder Com FEED GRINDING OUR SPECIALTY . HAY—STRAW—SALT-r-WOOD—SEEDS F. P. Bushman Mgr. » W * » W » W * W W W W » * « M * » W » H M * W W W M W * W * » W W wwwwwwww#www»w»wwwM*wiiniww*»* Some Reasons* “Why” , You1 Should Use T h e U n iv e rs a l M ilker It is the HIGHEST CLASS b...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 May 1919

M arine ..■HILl LINE MAKING TRIPS City of M arquette I n This P ort Sun* day On Initial Trip Between' Green Bay Ports. Sturgeon Bay, in common witli the ‘ other Green Bay ports, is now enjoy- ^ ing first class steam freight service. The Hill Line steamer City of Mar­ quette was here Sunday on her in­ itial trip between Green Bay ports. To show their appreciation of .the Hill Line’s putting their craft on the Green Bay run the local merchants had quite' a jag of freight ready for her. Reports from up the peninsula and over on the west side of Green Bay show that merchants and manu­ facturers are appreciating the serv­ ice. While no definite schedule has' been made as y e t the Marquette will make tri-weekly trips to this port, according to the agreement entered • into by the Hill company’s officials with Door county business men. It is probable that a definite schedule Will be announced within the next . few weeks. Capt. Roland Hill is In command of the c ra ft with P. S. Roule...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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