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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

-' RV. ,!£ 3*9b 1 ,b ’ t ' DOOR COUNT% ADVOCATE, BTUKOEON BAY, WI8., JUNH 18, t01». r ' \" r ^ ’ .--‘is . '-,-f^ iijfig§ !* ^A fA *' : .' -•( ..*'.a'',(»! I: -. 'J -i CELEBRATION REVIEW DOOR COUNTY races judged hy Henry Graass. The speed contests will be rare and exciting sport. It wm be a good time to renew old acquaintances. It will be a day that will be an absolute cure for the blues. Sensational Amusements*-Instruction and pleasure evenlyblended. Our Motto will be “ 7 There is Nothing Too Good for The Public. ” It will be the People’s Annual Holiday. Chuck full of Fun, Frolic and Entertainment. All Soldiers and Sailors free to everything. Not a dull moment from sunrise to sunrise. Read the Door County Papers for full particulars. Ragmuf fin parade during the Carnival Hour. Joy will reign supreme the zero hour, 4 o'clock. - . - — ' ( Admission: Adults 50 Cents. Children 25 Cents. Under Ten, Free Returns of the Willard-Dempsey Fight for The World’s Championship . Were the Mem ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) TStandard H E relationship existing petween the Oil Company (Indiana) and its employees has always been so har­ monious as to constitute one large, happy family. As the stronger guard and care for the weaker in the small family, just so has the Company looked after those of its employees who have grown old in the service—a liberal annuity attends the pressure of advancing years. & v, For those active in the service the Com­ pany provides steady employment, good working conditions and satisfactory com­ pensation. In return the Company has required effi- ciency—the kind of w hole-hearted, painstaking effort which a well paid em- • ployee, working under pleasant condi- \\ ■ . tiops, is glad and happy to give. It is this working spirit, developing in this highly specialized branch of industry the highest type of co-operative interest, * which enables the Company to discharge :v ' its obligations as a public servant in-a V manner satisfactory a...

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 — 13 June 1919

p o o r co un ty a d v o c A m g w m bw w r b a t , ^ io i» Page BUILDING DP OUR WOMANHOOD Given Up to Die by 'Her Friends, a ! .Young Lady Recovers Her | Health and Increases ! Weight—45 Pounds. i A Powerful Nation Needs Strong Healthy Women* : V v -• A: nation ■ is no ' stronger than its women! Hence,\" it Is the- duty of ev­ ery woman wheth­ er young, middle age, or in advanced life to preserve her, health. If you are sick and suffering don’t wait until to­ morrow but seek relief at once—to­ day. T o m o r r o w your illness may take a chronio turn.- ’ Thera is a remedy for almost every ill. Thousands have found Feruna to be that remedy as did Miss Clara Lohr of 21 N. Gold St, Grand Rapids, Michigan. She write3 a friend: “I don’t need Peruna any more. I am all well after talcing six bottles, I weighed ninety pounds before I started and was poor and weakly. I had such a cough and spitting all the time ■ that \"I never expected to recover. My friends gave me up. I could ea...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 13 June 1919

• »■ ’ • » t p o o r o o m m r A o v o c A m , o n m a E o s b a y , w i s ., j u n e la . io ig . Grand Ball \\ r V ' \\ ^ — A X — John Aelear’s Hal| Carlesville, Wis. 3Vlusic by Al. Gabler’s Big Traveling Orchestra of Sheboygan •This well known orchestra is one -of the best touring the state. It -plays all the latest Jass hits and popular pieces, pleasing particular -people. A grand old time is as- uamred to all. Jbnnch and Refreshments Served. JOHN AELEARS, Prop. ALBERT FOLKMAN, V ^ Floor Mgr. Keep the Children Well T o keep the little ones well, sturdy, : «nd happy, free of coughs, colds, croup, •' little fevers and inflamed throats, use Foley’s Honey and Tar. It is carefully made of selected rem- ■ odics that loosen end break up a cough, atop croup and ease an aching inflamed .(throat, and it is clean of all narcotics. The prompt use of Foley’s Honey and ’Tar is very helpful for whooping cough, And the restless feverish state that attends ^children’s diseases. JC. T. Dav...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 June 1919

rJ 9 g $ • / :yy jf-itf* - -V ' \\ n a ^ . . . vj 4 - f - v w s s a-swas*-:* N iiM W E Ii H istorical Koomo X \"-'£v's'i^ MAD1S0H W1S 8TDRGE0N BAY ADVOCATE— CONSOLIDATED DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT .V I i A B L G B B T c m C P l A t t O W , . P» JfOBTHKASTBHN WISCOJtSW STCBOKOM BAY, WI8„ FRIDAY, JUNE 20.1919. THE advocate nntKOji ■' ITS ADVERTISERS OOQD KE90I/V*. Will Prohibit Parking of Cars On CedatStreet During Summer Months. TWENTY-ONE MEMBERS IN CLASS OF 1010 WHOFINfcSH COURSE IN PAROCHIAL SCHOOL. BUSINESS OF CO UN C I L New ©*dfcMMce To Create Quiet Zone l u Vicinity of Hospitals ^ Citji H l^i Falls Power Proposition / f Agmlii Taken Up,With Goar- ' antee By City To Company ' Among the matters brought up at the meeting of the city council Tues­ day night was the authorization of the mayor and city-attorney to draw up an ordinance or resolution pro­ hibiting the, parking of autopiobiles on Cedar street for longer than, a few minutes at any time during the con­ gested summer se...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 June 1919

W / * • ■ STURGEON BAY, W I0„ SAWYER NEWS NOTES and Mrs. wke&Sfe good clothes p n c e -xv-: S$3tef|4 clothing MARRIED A T DAGGETT JWISS ADKLTA H. SAMUICIjSON a n d CARA. W. BYE OF MENOMINEE Ar e m a r r ie d . Relative*! Prom This City Present At. Ceremony—Young Cpuplo Will Reside In Indiana In Near Future.\" In the Moravian church, Daggett, \"Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock pretty wedding was solemnized when Miss Adel la S. Samuelson, eldest -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sam­ uelson, east of Daggett, became the bride of Carl William Rye, of Me­ nominee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Rye of Norway. The church was beautifully decorated with bridal w reath. To the strains of Wagner’s f wedding march from ’’.Lohengrin,” played by Miss Olga Hendricks of ■Sturgeon Bay, Wis., the bridal party proceeded to the chancel. The bride was given in marriage by her father, ju s t before the wedding ceremony, Mrs. Edward Perrizo sang “O Prom­ ise Me,” by DeKoven, in a finely m odulated voi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 June 1919

FOR GOOD ROADS I Senate Engrosses Bill Appropri ating $1,700,000 Yearly for Highways. ft 0 YOU WANT your friends to avoid you? They will certainly do so when your breath is bad. There is no exduse for anyone having a bad breath. It is caused by disorders of the stomach which can be corrccted by taking Chamberlain’s Tablets.- Many Hava been permanently cured of stomach troubles by iiio use of these tablets after years of suffering. Price 25 cents per bottle Wisconsin First, Instead of Illinois, in Ratifying Suffrage Amendment— Action on Beer Bill Next Wednesday. m ted y Chatrt 1 ou men are saving every cent you can. You ought to know that this quality tobacco costs less to chew—not more! You take a sm aller chew. It gives you the good tobacco taste. It lasts and lasts. You don’t need afresh chew so often. THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW put up in two styles RIGHT CtJT is a short-cut tobacco } W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco THE MOST DANGEROUS DISEASE Vo organa of th« human body are ao . ta...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 June 1919

j- __________ *&V £‘ V**V' J ® ' ’ ' iiNliliiliy'i • ♦ M w e s s P I One of the-distinctive qualities of food baked with Royal Baking Powder is wohoiesomeness, '• - , _ . . . • •• A- This is health insurance of such vital importance that millions of women bake at home just to be sure that Royal Baking Powder is used. Remember the adage—“Bake it with Royal and be sure/' ROYAL Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes Royal Contains No Alum— Leaves No Bitter T asti MAGNIFICENT NSW LABORA- ORY HAS DAILY CAPACITY OF ! 36,000 BOTTLES. Door County Advocate E n tered a t th e Postoffice a t Sturgeon S ay, Wis., as second-class m atter. PUBLISH ED BT D nt Coontj PubBsbin^ Company tHOORFORATBD Ijvery F rid ay a t S tu rg eo n - Bay, Wis. H. J. SANDERSON. Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocate Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. la ordering address changed, the old as well as the new address nhynld be given STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 20. Takes Place ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 June 1919

'* RAY. JUNK 550, 1919. w f c t o f i i r ^When qou pass our store next week-t took m and see ike new which bums either Coal or Wood and Oil — separately o ra l ' Ike same time. W? expect a Woman T)emonstrcitor from ike factory to be with us ike entire week, who will be glad to explain Ike many ingenious features if the range. ■We shall also have a quantity of useful souvenirs wkick will be distributed as long a s Ike supply holds out.. Halstead-Maples Hdwe. Co. STURGEON BAY, WIS. MICKELSON IS DEAD Funeral in Sister Bay of Year Old C h ild W h o seF a th erD ied T en Weeis-Ago. Alice, Jean ette, d au g h ter o f Mrs, Jo h n M ickelson, whose husband died ab o u t ten w eeks ago, passed aw ay on Thursday of last w eek a t th e fam ily hom e in S ister Bay. The child was five-days less th an one-year old. Besides th e widowed m other a n d aged grand fath er, two b ro th ers and two sisters survive. They a re : Ev­ e re tt Clifford G race and E thel. F u n eral services w ere held ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 June 1919

v ,' t * J ' i (r 7 ? j m h ?* w W i « t » »»fii i r i i €1 ?*.?. t& f f ? W itkhtl-'Miiu-e M I I H t i l A - -» '* ‘ -Forty cqupli at* BonJfohflay night, ’ the music\" -was very, good and the affair is declared a success. lib ra ry Closes Evenings—Since Monday the public library closes eve­ nings a t 8 o'clock and until further notice will rem ain open only on Sat­ urday nights. ..... C et Big Stcam Shovel—The Smith quarry received a big Bucyrus 80-ton\" steam shovel with a two and one-half y ard dipper during the week, being one of the many lmproverp^nts. being m ade a t the. crushed ston^ quarry. *TPo« 1 Sale— Ladies of the M. E. church wish to remind \"the public of th e Food Sale to be held in the Red ■ Cross rooms Saturday afternoon, proceeds to go toward the centenary pledge Itannch No. 6— After refusing at form er attempts to move, No. 6 of the ten tugs being built at the Smith yard for he emergency fleet slipped into the water yesterday afternoon in a pretty e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 June 1919

M i l I YOU KNO : 8upt. 4.. E. Doolittle qtp^fte.!’ark transacted business in th e city Wed­ nesday. ' : Henry Guilsdorf ot: Jhcksonport . was a business visitor in the. city pn Wednesday. ! Richard H itt,' editor of the Flash­ es, macletg: business trip to. Oshkosh daring the week. ' Chas. E. Mann of Baileys Harbor and John Simon of Jacksonport were among Advocate callers ..Wednesday. Assessor of Incomes H. A. IJyorak and Lee Metzner of Cascb 'were busi­ ness visitors in' the city last Satur­ day. s ■ ./ Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bassford ar­ rived from Janesville last Friday and will spend ten jiveeks A t j Idle- wild. . Hiss Dorothy Hatch arrived Sat­ urday from Green Bay.\" for .a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. CharleB Sampson. 1 ’ Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand fabler of Maplewood were -in. the' city last Friday and Saturday visiting their son who is in the hospitiii.' ' Mrs. Charles Jackson ’©I Seymour and Mrs. Robert Matthews of Grand RapldS are visiting In the city, gue...

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 — 20 June 1919

H IIH H IH U H H 11 Mill !*»♦ We have installed a new outfit for placing tires on solid truck wheels and can give prompt service. We are prepared to repair or re-tire truck wheels of any size and guar­ antee all work brought to pur re­ pair shop.- Moeller’s Garage Sturgeon Bay POSTMASTER WAGENKR JULY 1 W ill. REDEEM Sic POSTCARDS AND 3c ENVELOPES., Old Rates in Effect PfCTlons to/O ct 1917 W ill Again Be Operative W ith Exception o fT w o C e n t I Drop L etters,,\" ’ hHH lu t m w u w w w w HHHH W W » When Bills Are Paid by Cheek jj Transactions are completed quickly, con- « veniently and positively. v The jottings on the check-book stub pro­ vide a concise record of expenditures. Cancelled checks returned by the bank, bearing the endorsement of the payee, consti­ tute legal receipts. Thousands attest to the efficiency and helpfulness of this plan. Confer w ith our O f­ ficers concerning it. ! Door County State Bonk “FOR ALL THE PEOPLE” Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin OFFICERS AND...

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 — 20 June 1919

I '?* _J ' / * ' • U aiM i FAR GROUNDS We Door County people are going to show those Soldier and Sailor Boys that we are all red blooded Americans Let’s give them a good time. FILL YOUR CARS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS AND BRING THEM IN. EVERY SOLDIER AND SAILOR WILL REPORT AT THE PUBLIC SQUARE AT 8:30 IN THE MORNING. CAPT. EDWARD REYNOLDS WILL HAVE FULL CHARGE. / WHISTLES WILL BLOW AND BELLS WILL RING AT SUNRISE. WILL REVIEW THp EQUITY PARADE AT 1:00 O’CLOCK A l l . ATHLETICS WILL START PROMPTLY ON RACE TRACK AT 1:30 P. M. THE PEOPLE’S STORE OFFER $40.00 IN CASH, SPECIAL PRIZES FOR ONE-HALF MILE RACE FOR BOYS OVER 18 YEARS AND A ONE-FOURTH MILE RACE FOR BOYS UNDER 18 YEARS. SCOFIELD CO. OFFERS $25.00 IN SPECIAL PRIZES FOR THE THREE WINNERS OF A HALF-MILE BICY­ CLE RACE. ........: ........................................................................ ., : /..... . : ... : ................................ ..„ .r . V ~ Luncheon will be. served on the grounds during the. noon hour in th...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 20 June 1919

...I* -., n o o R o o c p m r a d v o c a t e . % v * * *4 m \" ' ' ^hm ■«*♦■ important Events of the Week Around the Badger State AndYetSoSmall! Seen by itself, Swift & Company is one of the largest manu­ facturers and distributers of animal food products in the country. Seen in relation ta the total food business of the world, its size diminishes to small proportions. • W e handle only about 22 per cent of the total output of the hundreds of packing plants under federal inspection, and only about 12 per cent of the total meat supply of the nation. / We handle only about 6 per cent of the total quantity of but­ ter, eggs, and poultry sent to market in the United States. Our tanneries handle less than 15 per cent of the hides made into leather in the United States. Our soap factories make less than 10 per cent of the soap output of the nation. ■ . . I This is done in keen and open competition with every concern handling these products and at a profit of a fraction of ...

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 — 20 June 1919

8TPBflKOM BAY, W1B„ JtfXK go, 101ft . I \" ' \\ \" :\\ r * ' ' 1 l l l » l l » * » » H H M I I I H I M i l I »»»»•â™¦â™¦â™¦Â» ' Seventeen years or older, for inspecting fruit, filling and weighing cans, etc. Season starts about July 5th and lasts aboutfbur w eeks. \" A pleasant and remunerative month’s work in a cool place during the heat of the A SEV A STO PO L W EDDING Bliss in n a Miller and Herbert Long Married At Institute Church Tuesday Morning. , these birds soon becoming quit© con* tented in their’ new home where they Winained during the winter, being apparently permanent fixtures. It was a surprise therefore, when a few days after the family’s return tb Miss Anna Miller and Herbert j.,‘their farm in May a pair of those Long, both of Sevastopol, were mar- doies ma‘lf their appearance at their rled at SS. Peter and Pauls church, form?r ,lorae- their \"riv al being fol- Iristitute, Tuesday morning at nine sh(jrtl-v afterward by the rest o’clock by Rev. Alt. The bride ...

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 — 20 June 1919

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Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

•—- - • w . - '— - 7 * V T - ' -*7 — T7 t , DAY F O #T H OF JULY' READ TH£ ADS volume TTv^yirvtz S B 8TUROKON BAY ■ 1AM M T ■ cm cW tA TH M t '-.W. I* HORTHHASTKR* W ISCO M O DOOR CODHTY DEMOCRAT S T U R G K O I V B A Y , W I 8 , JTJINE 2 7 , 1 0 1 9 . r - ii a t ,o r i c a i Boftas * ■ h m \\ m m ITS ADVKRTl^Rg ^OOD ^EStrtflT*. County Board Votes $5,000 for Experimental Farm In State Park and $500 for Gravel. COMMITTEES APPO IN TED O hainnan H oslett Nam es Members o f Committees F o r th e N est - ThreeYears— Serlbus Consider­ ation B ein g G iven To Con­ crete F or H ighways In Vi- . cinity o f City. - ■ { W ith three dissenting votes the $5,000 appropriation, for an experi­ m ental farm in Peninsula state park was passed by the county board yes­ terday at its special session called for the purpose of voting on the ap­ propriation. ThA bill establishing the branch ex­ perim ental station passed the'.etate legislature last week with th e- 'pro­ vision that the stat...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

POOR OOCNTy ADVOCATE, gnm O BO Jf BAY. 1 ^ 2 7 , jg w . 11® Sawyer News. Old Resident Passed \\Lway Bernard Awe, one„of the old time settlers, passed away at the home of his daughter. Mrs. C. B. Hartlng on \"Wednesday, morning after an illness o f several months the last two of which he was confined to his bed. Death was caused by cancer. Deceased was born' in Prussia, Germany, on Feb. 28, 1854, and was -55 years of age last February. Ho was the son of Henry M. and Clara Awe who came to America in 1865 and first settled in Manitowoc coun­ ty and later purchased a farm in . Kewaunee county where the family resided for many years. Bernard A w e later came to Door county and ^settled on a farm in the town of /Clay Banks and later moved to For- estville where he engaged in the hotel business and which he con­ ducted for many years. For twenty .years he was postmaster of Forest- -vllle and later engaged in buying •grain at Maplewood. During the past few years he has made his home an S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

, . . ' : . ' ' ... . — -»-*■ m m —!■ ML u u i ai ■■ W ■!- -■ :- - ■■ ' __ . _ _ ^ :\\,A: ■■■-. door o o cirrr ■w x a tw MY, W18., TON* 37, 1910.iL N ex tT im e— B u y F isk 'TIRES that are built right and are sold right Price of 30 x 3& FABRIC Non-Skid Casing $19.15 r £d to p Non-Skid TUBE Fits all makes of casings $3.65 $2S.75 Prices reduced proportionately on j&ll sizes. FOR SALE BY F. J. MacMlLLAN JOHN KLAUS TIRES DEV0 E mirroT Fuller Goodman Co. LUMBER, ROOFDTG, FBNOIMO AND PA O m SAWYER,WISCONSIN PA IN T D E V O E P A I N T hlW W M t W I I I I I I I H MARQUIS The Flour of Quality FOR SALE BY ' Peterson & Hoslett, Sawyer, Wis. H. Y .Green, Shimmel The Grocer, People’s Store, , G. H. Seidemann, Jos. Richmond, Squier’s Grocery, Jos’. Sitroh, Ole Lindquist, Sturgeon Bay. Henry Brandt, Forestville, Wis. J. D. Petersilka, Institute, Wis. • Geo. Voeks, Valmy, 'Wis. William Urban, Carlsville, Wis. v ^ f J ob. Jindra, Jindra’e Corners. t EVERY SACK...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

J l i - f n w f i B R i I u m m I a V UOOl -■ ' vWBwlIjJ H fllw v fllv iNOont*rnA!r»n Etvepf F riday a t S turgeon Bay, I t J. SANDERSON. Mgr, A ddress all com m unications to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per tear. ( a ordering addrcM changed, the old nil well as the new address should be given STURGEON BAY, W IS., JUNE 27. M ust W ait fo r Trophies Sturgeon Bjiy and Door County’s Tequest for w ar trophies for the o u rt house square and Peninsula S tate P ark , with sim ilar requests fro m other com m unities, h a re been discarded and throw n in th e w aste p ap er basket by the W ar D epart­ m ent. Since th e convening of Congress, h undreds of bills have been in tro ­ d u ced by R epresentatives and Senat­ o rs having for th eir purpose th e do­ n atio n of captured German cannon t o the cities and tow ns of th e ir states (for the adornm ent of public parks, Soldiers’ m onum ents, etc. So m any o f these m easures a re now pending b efo re the m ilitar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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