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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

POOR ftltTNTY ADVOCATE. CTPBfiBOM BAY. W I8-, JUNE 27, 1910. County News. DONOVAN-ROTH WEDDING Young Couple Harried a t St. Peter aad Paul's Cbuiv.i Tuesday by H er. A lt. ■ St. Peter and P aul’s-chnrcb, Inst­ itute, was the scene ot a pretty tho quiet wedding Tuesday when Rev. A lt joined in matrimony, Edna, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John Don­ ovan, and Joseph Roth, son of Law­ rence Roth. The bride was becomingly attired in a dress of white satin charmeusse and gorgette and wore wreath and veil. She was attended by her sister. Miss Leona, dressed in white chiffon taffeta. Frank McCarty, couBln of the bride, attended the groom. After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride’s parents. . Daring the afternoon the young couple left on an auto trip for Green Bay, Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha. Upon their return they will make their hom e in Sturgeon Bay. * SEVASTOPOL Mrs. Math Dier has sold her farm to a Milwaukee party. Peter George of Cornell, Michiga...

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 — 27 June 1919

d o o r o o u n t * LOCALS Marriage Licensee—Erwin Arndt and Florence Minor, both of the city School Picnic—The memberB of the eighth grade of the St. Josephs parochial school held a picnic at Tacoma Beach on Wednesday after­ noon. Baby Dies—The month-old baby hoy of Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaMere died Sunday after a short' illness. The funeral \"was held at Jacksonport, burial being made in the family lot there. First Pickers Coming—Fifty cher- ■ • xy pickers for the Reynolds orchard ■ Trill arrive on the Goodrich boat on Sunday to be followed on July 7 by 200 more, all of them coming from Chicago. Eastern Star Picnic—The mem­ bers of the Eastern Star Lodge were entertained at a pcnic at the fine home of Mr. and Mrs. AVm. Mac Bacham at Mac Villa on Wednesday evening. The Longest Day-—Saturday, June 21, was the longest day of the year, and a cool breeze off,Lake Michigan made it a most pleasant one. The sun rose at 5:14 a. m. and set at 8:28 p. m., making 16 hours and 14 minutes of...

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 — 27 June 1919

8 |rP 9 0 B d M » i y m , m u g 2 7 ,1 » I » . ^ • c v ' - . ' . ■ ■ ■ v ’r e r e s ? ' * : HEW8Y N O T ^ # p |ja 5R]n M oplb s|rdw : ’/T\"':” ” ......................... M rs. Dud L aw rence -was a v isiter a t G reetf B ay M onday. : ,V ., j ' \"W alter M eyer of F orestville w as a m otorist in th e city M onday. M rs. G rant M inor is a t M enomi­ nee th is w eek visiting friends and relatives. 1 • M iss M arjorie SIbree w ho has been hom e fo r a ■week’s v isit re tu rn ­ ed to G reen B ay W ednesday. F ra n k Suthers le ft M onday bn a ’ business trip to M ilw aukee in the In terest of th e state hatcheries. Mr. and M rs. L. J. M everdan and M r. and M rs. E dw ard Jacobs spent Sunday a t G reen B ay and Depere. G. A. B assford, who is spending th e sum m er a t Idlew ild le ft W ednes­ day for C lncinnattlon a business trip. Bo L. A nderson of W ashington Is­ lan d w as in th e city T uesday o • his w ay hom e from a business trip to . Chicago. Jam es McGowan o...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

wiaM DOOB OOCinnr ABlVOOAn. (RVBOBOH BAT, WIS^ JUKE 27, 1910. Livestock Shipment On acount of Fourth of July, ahipment will be made Monday in place of Wednesday for the cbmirigwefck. Bring in stock Saturday and Bttnday. HO MARKET JULY 4 AND 5 In accordance with custom, the Chicago live stock markets will be closed on Friday, July 4, and Saturday, July 5. Live stock will be received and cared for in the usual manner, but there will be no market. HENRY HOPP Phone 339 AO Minds ire Centered on One Spot when meal time draws near •ad that spot is the stomach. Have ypu stopped to consider that the pas­ try you eat is of vital importance. W e specialize on products for th home, and make deliveries from”six to eight o’clock each morning. Tele­ phone your order in die evening and have fresh rolls for breakfast. HOME BAKERY JOHN SCHMID. P ro p . Phono 1S8 Second-Hand FURNITURE [We are buying and sell- ing all kinds of second­ hand furniture. Ir you have any to sell, please let us know. Sim ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

DOOB OOOITIT ADVOCATE, M tJR G «l6S B A *, W1S., JWWB 3 7 ,1 0 1 9 . y u y u k BE CHEERFUL WITH YOUR FELLOW MEN IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE AND STRIVE TO BAN- ISH EVERYTHING THAT BRINGS DISCORD AND STRIFE. WEAR A SMILE UPON YOUR FACE, EXTEND A HELPING HAND BE OPTIMISTIC BAND CONCERTBOOSTERS’BAND”EJOIN‘THANDTALKYOURIN At 9:00 O’clock in the Morning at the Public Square. ALL SOLDIERS AND SAILORS REGISTER FOR THE BANQUET IN THE EVENING. SOLDIERS’ PARADE LEAVES SQUARE AT 10:00 ACCOMPANIED BY FOUR BANDS. People’s Stored mile race and \\ mile raceat 11:00 o’clock. Purses $40.00 in cask-five prizes in each race. Scofield Company’s Bicycle race at 11:15. $25.00 in Merry-Go-Round for the children. Lots of Honest to Goodness Fun for Grownups. One Htundred Yard Dash for boys over 18 years of age. One Hundred Yard Dash for boys under 18 years of age. Two Hundred twenty Yard Dash for boys over 18 years. Two Hundred twenty Yard Dash for boys under 18 years. Potato Races. Sack Races—Bring your own sack...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

ih jo k c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n b a y . m , rmrn aor, tsti, ? % th e L eather Lincoln People Soid'To Have Better Program W s Year Than Any Ever Before In Sturgeon Bay. ShoePolishes KeepYourShoes Neat LIQUIDS AND PASTES FOR BIACK, VWHITC,TAN ANDOX-BIOOO^ (DARK B ROWN) SHOES ^ s^nnf.r,xMuyconPoucnon%t BUFFALO, N.Y. Cash and Carry Sale ' [We have received another shipment of * , M1RRO ALUMINUM 1 S A U C E P A N S x ■ One dollar values going at Fifty-nine Cents ■ SATURDAY, JUNE 28TH—AT 2:00 P. M. ] as long as they last. The Halstead*Maples Hardware Co. Storgeon Bay, Wisconsin II Jobs for Soldiers APPLY Paine Lumber Co., Ltd. OSHKOSH, WISCONSIN Factory Work Good Wages r*++4 h#«MH Before Re Treading. RETREADING Retreading will make your OLD tires like l^EW, if you give US the opportunity to re­ tread them. We Rebuild them with a la,rge heavy cord type, so that when we get through they have the appearance of a Cord Tire. Let us look over your OLD tires today and...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

b a t , W18.. JU N E 27, 1010. NEW HIGHWAY UWSCounty A R TICLE No. 1. [T his is th e first of a reading, of them w ill sho v ita l changes have been A survey of th e highw ay legisla­ tion enacted by th e 1919 session of th e .legislature shows th a t m any im ­ p o rta n t bills have been passed.m ak- ing changes in our highw ay laws, tow nship, county and state. The o utstanding m easures enacted or changes m ade are incorporated in th e follow ing bills: T he passagb o r a bill enlarging th e q ta te T ru n k H ighw ay System from 5,000 to n o t to exceed 7,500 m iles, revising legislation regarding bridges, reg u latin g th e dangerous signboard evil, and re-ad ju stin g th e allotm ent of th e S tate T ru n k H igh- , w ay m aintenance fund. A bill providing for a s ta te tax of $1,700,000, annually for th re e years,, to be sp en t in 1920, 1921, and 1922, to m eet allotm ents m ade by the U nited States governm ent. A bill reg u latin g highw ay traffic, th e size, w eight,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 27 June 1919

ALGOMA COMING SUNDAV jitt' Opcalug of -Hnre -lyicalB Even tip of Last 8unday. '7 ,’■ Lack of practice is given as one of 'the reasons why Sturgeon Bay 'was outclassed at Algoma last Sunday in th e opening game of the season for ih e h o m e team. Lack of practice m ay account for the I t to 4 score tTpt it requires something besides practice to win ball games. In the first place there must be a baseball team,. ' ’ It is going to require several gqmea to try out all the material available, It Beams. The first tryout—the game o t,la a t Sunday—was not very suc­ cessful. The work of three or four o f t h e men that played Sunday w s b q u ite all right, but there must be nine played. Biurgdbn Bay fans will support baseball behind a team th a t is agi?s^ive(tod w liw ’itsfhijrq- ofi the games. * .i'i-’i'r- If the?ti^otitst ou}di#l^lVen 'g # the ball park'during the week the elimination proceedings might not have to be extended over a period of several weeks and there might be a team ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 July 1919

4 ( * A, ’V &' J . *** ■ VOLUME'' ^ . 5 8 FOURTH OF JULY.<p>AnvorA'T^ STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DQQB COUNTY DEMOCRAT \\ n u m b e r — • 1 5 mabisoh w s 1 A B 6 B M O lR C P U T lO .t 1M N O R TH EA STER N W ISCO NSIN S T U R G K O N B A Y , W I 8 . , F R I D A Y , . I I J I . V 4 . 1 » 1 » . T H E A O V O CA TB B R IN G S IT S A D V B R T IS lsn S GOOB IlESUM Bfc BRIEF HISTORY OF 32nd DIVISION : Because so many of the men from Door county were members of the .Thirty-Second division it is'believed jttie, following brief summary of the ipriganization and its operations will h e of Interest to the people of this 'tikranty. I t is not an endeavor to : prove th a t the Thiry-Second : won . th e w ar nor is it m eant for the -pur- hose of creating the impression that the Wisconsin - Michigan division played a greater part than several 6ther American - divisions with whose Activities the world at large is more or less familiar. The Job was* so great and so well done'...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 July 1919

' **»«e Two DOOB OOUNTT ADVOOATC, ffTOBOBON B A Y , W W ., « J t Y 4 , 1019. Sawyer News. M rs. Edw. Bebeau w as th e guest o f relatives in M anitowoc over Sun- vtay. M iss Selm a H endricks returned to tlr e e n Hay M onday a fte r a brief visit 'h ere w ith relatives. . T h e M isses L au ra and Agnes Per- le w lts sp en t Sunday w ith relatives in th e ir form er hom e town, Algoma. M r. and M rs. W m. W atson, of Se­ a ttle , W ash., are here on a visit w ith irelatlves a fte r an absence of about t e n years. M r. and Mrs. M artin Christianson a n d son m otored here from McIntosh, M inn., and are visiting relatives in t h i s vicinity. M isses M yrtle and Isabell Sloan a n d Florence K nuth w ent to Mil­ w au k ee Monday to visit for a short t i n e . . Sim on Swenson, o f Escanaba, M ich., and a form er resid en t of th e to w n of Clay B anks, is h ere on a vis­ i t w ith relatives. P aul Olson of H urtland, W is., was h e re renew ing acquaintances in Saw- •yer and H...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 July 1919

................ I * »» W W W i l Senate by Unanimous Vote Passes Bill to Pay Soldiers Monthly Bonus. Don’t Forgot THE FOURTH OF curt'Mi AFETY DEPOSIT VAUL curt' % m i a iu L i& cu . Store s Keeping your valuables in our safety deposit valuts saves you anxiety and worry. It gives you peace of mind. It also saves you from a possible encounter with burglars— who will stop at nothing—not even murder, when robbing your 'house. We will rent you a safety deposit box for $- per year and up. BANK OF STURGEON BAY MEMBER i^HDERAIj RESERVE BAN1L . BR AN CH A T SA W Y EH O F F I C E R S A N D D I B D O T O B 1 ^ H B N R T F E T Z E R . P rea. JO S. W O I/T E B , V lee-P rea. A . B . W N O B , C ash ier J . H . ST E W A R T , Aaa^t. C a i U n B . J . K E IT H , H e r . S a w y er B ran ch ■■ RO G ER EATO UG H E D W . REYN O LDS 1 11 Mr. farm e r- Do not let any of your land remain idle it is still time to sow Buckwheat or Flax and we have the seed. F L O U R ! F L O U R ! —Big Joe, Gol...

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

M w. ■ VpWOmipi' L ie*»«*-^lch*rd\" Kug- ?/ ler to*Arabella- Sherwo6d both of /'■ Jacksonport, C hristian Science Services— Chris­ tian Science services are held every Sunday m orning a t 11 o’clock in the Odd Fellows hall Subject: God. Successful Farew ell—The farewell «lance in honor of the departing John Barleycorn held a t Falk’s hall Monday night was declared a suc­ cess by the thirty or forty couple in attendance. Approved Tickets---Vn*5 .Hailroad 'B a te Commision has ar.proved the new' schedule of toll adopted by the- .Utility .Commision and the new rates have been in effect since July 1. Toll bridge tickets are now on sale. B erry Crop Small— Extremely dry ■weather during the growing season resulted in the lightest strawberry shipment ever made by the . F ruit Growers Union. Only 2,000 cases of berries were shipped from here this season. ' V ' , Steelworkers Arrive—A num ber of m en came from Chicago during the week to be employed as steelwork­ ers at the Univer...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 July 1919

m m m s m . i.i'.J^**S»»*! *\" '' SCHOOL OPENS NEWBY NOTES »«# • *♦«*« p s a i® boys w h enth eycam e up^tor tl discharge papfers. - He states there are v e ^ few Soldiera thru Cazpp Grant these 4m s* 4, Man­ itowoc Thursday.! by 'the .illAeas of his daughter and \"will probably' lwa gone a couple of weeks. Mrs. Fred Krueger and fafcily motored to Green Bay last Sunday ’ Miss Lottie Harris of Milwaukee, is here on a visit „yrith friends and relatives. . ’ ■/ Attorney T. A. Sanderson left on Thursday for Madison to spend the Tourth. . ■ MiSB Cecelia Strain of Chicago. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Felix this week. Mrs. Tressa Washburn left for Ephraim last Saturday to remain the summer. Jule Dubois returned Tuesday from Green Bay where he underwent an operatfon. - Mrs.' Martha McDonald motored to Greeii Bay Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Mrs. F. L. Watters arrived during the week to spend the summer at the family cottage. Mrs. Luta Proctor arrived Tues­ d...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 July 1919

d o o r c n im r a d v o c a t e . . -{This is th e second of a series of lour articles covering th e im p o rtan t highw ay legislation enacted ny the 1*19 session of th e le g islatu re.' A read in g of them ■will show th a t m any •vital changes have been m ade.] ARTICLE No. 2. Except for fragam entary pro­ visions, \"Wisconsin h as h ad no law reg u latin g highw ay traffic. W ith the Increase in th e num ber of m otor veh­ icles, and th e advent of the m otor tru c k w ith its big load, w ithin recent y e ars m ost of the eastern states have devised m easures of this character. \"Wisconsin has ju st stepped into the \"breach w ith a traffic regulation law upon w hich S tate Highway Engineer H irs t and the Jo in t Highway Com­ m itte e .spent m uch tim e and study ■and w hich has passed both hohses. In its broad outlines, it covers the size, w eight on tires, w idth of tires, w eight of load, and speed of m otor tru ck s, trailers, and tractors used on public highways. B...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 July 1919

DOOft COUNTY ADVOCATE, **_BAYr W lS., JULY 4 ,1 9 1 0 . 1 'to patoff to-day’s doty - amsoifij:-~|f your ■ stomach is - acld-dirtitrbed tske ///\" ' tW m w aid t o digestion comfort | to d a y * A pleasant relief from th e discomfort ofa^ -d y sp ep sia / MADE BY SCOTT & BOWNP . MAKERS OP SCOTT'S EMULSION!' Ore. Fairfield, Bartran& Co ■: v CLINIC BUHiDINa . DIL W / E F A ^ m o :\\*V' Surgery. ' . P R . W . E . DEAFER . :: •fcrterfps. Diseases o f W o m a t,\" H eart sn d Lnngs. . .'•â–  DR. R . t . COWLES ' • - A D iseases o f Children. Skin, K iduojs and: Bladder. ' DR. J. J. ROBB i ifye, Ear, Nose and Throat. / ' ~ . Glasses Fitted. V DR. W. H .BA R T R A N ’ 'idaeaaftlof tlte Stomach and Intestines ? e . w h i t e ' .• ’/ - (•R ay and Chemical Laboratories. Green Bay,Wi*con$in All M in d s Are Centered on One Spot when meal time draws neai and that spot is the stomach. - Have you stopped to consider that the.pas­ try you' eat, is of vital importance. W e specialise on...

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 — 4 July 1919

» W * M i a n i\". - - . . — a i-i I 11.1« i, .!■ ** T h e G r e a t e s t N a m e to C o o d y -L a n d o u know the realm of child­ hood dreams Is a land of sweets. Make some of those dreams a delightful r e a l l t y b y taking home WRIGLEY5 frequently. How atrout tonight? SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT The Flavor Lasts! **** ************** ***** ■ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦I H » I M * **** Before Re Treading. RETREADING Retreading will make your OLD tires like NEW, if you give US the opportunity to re­ tread them. We Rebuild them with a large heavy cord type, so that when we get through they have the appearance of a Cord Tire. Let us look over your OLD tires today and give you the opportunity of cutting your tire expense in half. Come in and examine some of the work. m . :_■• Eugene C. D olto^ V « O Thou, who through the lon g gears •••\" gone.' ■ :V' Hast guided us in safety God of our native land,, to The guardian of Liberty, Our hearts today in one accord Acknowledge ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 July 1919

po o r cowrr* advocato, CTpmaoy b a y , 1 whl. W LY4,1®1®. #lr*t PibllpaUon Jan* M. Ill*—w») State of Wisconsin: In County Court, for Door C&tinty.—In the estate of Mar- tha o. Wtltse, deceased. V ' -' Notice Is hereby given th a t a t a Special Term .of County Court to be bold In a&d to r eald county a t the Court House In the City of Sturgeon Bay, In eaid county, oh'the. third Taesdajr.be- lngr the' I6tA dajr of J u l y l « » at. 10 ■ f o'clock A. M .,the followtng niatter will be heard and conaldered '■: The petition \"of'Shrank Seaqinlat for an order to amend the final decree and Judgment assigning the realdue of the estate of Martha O. Wlltse, deceased, as heretofore entered In said Court on the 2nd: day of June 1908, as to the description of the real estate contained In said final decree. Dated Jane 18. 1919. By order of the Court. JACOB DHHOS, County Judge. . ' T. A. Sanderson, Attorney for^Petitioner. An Urgent Celebration B y yRSBm Brook*. My father was Mar...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 4 July 1919

p o o r c o u n ty A tivoom , t m m a w t r * * * ,w » „ iM itM & t* . ' ALGOMA TOO STRONG FOR LO- C&L8, WINNING » TO 1 IN , FOOKLY PLAYED CONTEST. V THE FOUR A RTISTS COMPANY Sturgeon Bay Team Still Unorganiz­ ed Duo To Inability To Get Stockholders of the Association To Attend Meetings. In about the poorest exhibition of th e national pastime peen on the -home ball ground in a long time A1 ■goma beat Sturgeon Bay last Sun day 9 to 1 in the opening game of the season. About two more like It nnd the season will be over for the fans. Not that Algoma put up such poor game—indeed not—but the lo- «al bunch, individually and collect Ively, played as tho they never saw a game before, and all because Of tack of team work. Going, back to the beginning of things It is all as much the fault of the, stockholders of the Sturgeon Bay Baseball nssociafion as it is tho play­ ers. Those men who are temporarily fn charge of the team do not know ■where they are \"at.” They haven't â–...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

._____*» .l : -~.i* -y . »- z~ ■ -■-■ .m ..* ^ - ..w.,,,.,— l j m m m m,*£ . .:tsMMOBSt- \" .nr s o u \" — P fffi^*, fr t »■ * « j r?f t ^ ^ . . ‘r.irL ■ £ * ' ^ ** «** I B ieio ricW Booma^ItflC A1) -/InWWVfRy.TiWWAMTl AVI :. .• -jy- J MAflf£Afcl -n o o n o o tn rry m h o o t a t reffiSS«» i ’ • ' n ' ' .’ « W J I { « j M i B A T , ir . Xt 7 - ^ V ...... ,11 „+*' ^ ’ •'• 1~ '}* T H E ADVOCATE BRING* * _ ' \\ ‘'U’ IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R B S fflU n b l. PE A C E DAY AT ST A T E PA R K - s« ,if * YEAR To Speed Up Cherry Harvest- . Sng Growers Add Hatf-Cent ' To Price Per Quart. ^ 1 7 ,0 0 0 CA SES EVERY DAY Heavy Movement On~EafI? Bicli. ■ vjnonda To' Continue All Next s • Week' When Montmorenciee • v . . ning Plant HamlHngBet- ' _ ' ter 'than H»M the Crop. ■ .A A ahJ^ for/anadditional ^ndeaVbt l h , older to speed up the /■harvesting of the' cherry, crop the : SPruit Growers union, at a mooting ■ Wed-aesdOy hight decided to raise 'the-price of...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

Sawyer News. Leona end . Margaret. JDiellng . of % hh»go:are relatiyes Jin ' Sawyer. 1 - Sam Kaplan to d family havo gone to Milwaukee on a business and pleas- Mrs. F. Schumann and children left W ednesday tor Fond dn Lac to visit relatives. Miss Jennie Hennessey, who lias feeen here visiting relatives, returned to Chicago Saturday. , , The Misses Rutli and Esther Has- 1 ©njager of Maplewood were in town . o n a shopping trip Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Pfeister of Mil­ w aukee are visiting with relatives Xiere during the present Week. : ? Ralph H itt was here from Antigo fo r the Fourth and had a good visit . w ith .his many Sawyer friends. i Everybody not otherwise engaged is busy picking cherries and thdre a re no idlers abput the streets. Miss Olive SamuelBon has been on, the sick list and not able to be oh duty at Goettelman-Warner Co.’s store. v Raymond Evenson returned to Chi­ cago last Saturday aftey a pleasant ■visit with relatives in the vicinity of Sawyer. Mr. and M...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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