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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

i'V V.v. $% %• .JV4 •: t Crushed lim e Stone a Crushed Stone for all pur- Itock pile on dock. Phone 87. poses. Leathern & Smith T. & W. Co. 1 -/’■'■ v-• . •- . * - ■/•*'.- •.■- -L.' r. ‘ ■ '■■ .1 I t ♦ »♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ »♦» » ♦$ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ l H W » n I » r t M « M E N W A N T E D Cpme 'to Two F^vera- Wisconsm^ iand ob­ tain steady work at good wages. _ Population 7000. All modern improvements. - ! Own your own, Home. Two hundred mod­ ern houses now being built. W illbe sold on easy installment plan. : v . We need woodworkers,x machine hands, bench hands, common Jaborers. TVdRivers, Wis. in in (i5we) A J.G.OLLINeER “’\" “‘IINSURANCE I^ N * . BEAU ESTATE “AND LOANS • STURGEON BAY.WIS.1 f:?.e isydur profert/ s greatest foe *YN7«i “TfejVIost -* A' A Dreaded - Tangible of all R u t h 1 e s s Visitor to Living D e s t r o y e r A’-/'. Y T Mysteries ' Any Home: F i r e ! ” \" F i r e ! F i r e ! Thief THE best policy \" 1...

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 — 11 July 1919

Builds Platfonn—A platform ex- pressty for handling cherries shipped fey express has been erected a t the ■ depot. Dancing Party—Weekly dancing parties are held at The Cove every Thursday night and (the public is in­ vited. ltf.: E, Services—*-Tha Rev. Mr. W hitsitt of Manitowoc will prjeacli'at th e church next Sunday morn­ ing a t 11- o’clock. The public invited. •Meets and Adjonoms—The Board Of Review met at its annual session on July 7 but adjourned until Aug. 1 ’ .owing to the fact that its members are busily engaged in their orchards. -Marriage Licenses—Elmer DeGodt, Sawyer and Olga Gunderson, Gardner Albert Drawantz, Milwaukee, and Adolta MacMillen, city William Hoff­ man, Forestville, Alvina, Rader, For­ estville ' Married At Milwaukee— Miss Adol­ ta MacMillen, daughter of Mrs. Jane MacMillen of this city, was married last evening at 8 o’clock at Milwau­ kee to Albert Drawantz of that city. The ceremoby was performed by Rev. Sufers, 520 F irst ‘Ave. .Married At Kewau...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

V^MOB COUNT* *»m M X ^ M n f M te V , WI8. JULY It, 1019. . , £ . ■ — i. » . n .... m u ii i .I-.- i ,r in ii, - , i . . i. i .— i ^ i i i i n .i ........... i - i n. . i i, „- -v\"-/7 ' V . . •” T « „ 1 * **, Page Fiv» ♦ n iM M H i i t i »»♦♦« m m m m m u i ^ jm iw t i n Mi :: NEWSY WOTES 00HCj»triNl P id P tB YOU KNOW :: H H » » Mrs: Stephen Slattery left Wednes­ day for a two-weeks visit at Chicago/ T. A. Sanderson arrived home on .Wednesday, having been at Madison for th$ Fourth. -,/. Wm. Eickelberg df Brussels, who -repently sold.bis farm, has mpyed to this ci^r to reblde. j Win Stephenson and family of Fond du Lac are here for a visit with friends and relatives. • ' • Mrs.. Fred Spade and children are spending the week visiting at . the Herman Braun home, i Mr: and Mrs. Carl Braun and baby andM rs.Fred SundespentSundhyat the Herman Bratrfi home. ’ Mrs. Anna Schuyler qf Butte, Mon­ tana, Is here for the summer visiting, her mother, Mrs. Diana Frea. Henry Du...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

w m / f m £KfV/ r-y-.r,Mf I This is the third of a series of Important E rects o f the Week Around th« Btdfftr State. * T O E ittMj* andvtjorous -nuuilgs '■■ • A womaatai enviedt* leu fortunate ■■ bnmsnity afflicted with aches, paint. Infirmities and ailments. The sufferer •ayt to himself, ‘‘If I could only be ■well, ho* happy I would be,\" for health h more essential to the ioy of living than is wealth. ^ The kidgeys almost literally wash the Llood and keep it clean and free from impurities. When thd kidneys are out of order, they tall to filter out thlr-wsite and pola- oaout matter. \\lt re mama to the system to cause feetksctie, rheumatic paint, sore tsuaciha and . arid joints. .■ M S the System eliminate this poisonous waste. T hey soothe, atrenfthen and heal tore, weak ond dlaeaaed kidneys and bladder. When the kidneys are working properly, appetite return,, - retreat) log Sleep It possible, and health and oSresgth come again. t ' ( C. W , Smith, 120S No. 4th St.,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

BAT, WM^ flTs^pV 'HVPPppp JULY i t , 191#, MttOMC jbr‘ tteadd4Bsbcwed,itMMck» t q r t w i w t k m KlHOIDS after meals, diaolTtd oa the tongue-keep jronr jt e a i c k ■weet—try K i-a ttlli-tk e new aid v MADE BY SCOTT ft BOWNB NAKEKS OP SCOTTS EMULSION ' 1M * Or*. Fairfield, Bartrab & Co. CLINIC BUILDING •DB. W. B. FAIRFIELD . BurfOfj. PB. W. E. LHAPBB \\ Sbeterics, Diseases of Women, Heart and L DB. R . L. CO Diseases of Children. Skin, Kidneys and- Bladder. DB. J. jr. BOBB Bye, Bar, Nose and Throat. Glasses Fitted. DB. W. HL-BARTRAN otsease of the Stomach and Intestine* ^ / B. WHITE M tay and Chemical Laboratories. Green Bay, Wisconsin Entered at the Poatofflce atSturgeon Bay, Wla., as *econl-cta.*3 matter. • 'rn au saaB 'n N-- • . Dtsr' Csvty' NMMfcgCsnpHf iitboai|)na*sap£-'. : Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wla. Hj J.SANjDERSQN. Mgr. Address all commtuUcations to Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year. la ordering address changed/tbe old u well mm the new...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

Mulberger 2 1*2 Per Cent Act Is Sent to Governor philipp for His Approval. DISAGREE ON STATE REVENUE In the sealed HU of Mi floodness M ated In— Protected, preserved. Tbe _ flavor lasts! for. and be SURE to tfet WRICLEY’S. It’s In a sealed package, but (ooK L for the name-the Greatest Name In Goody-Land. I WRIGLEY 5, n i i i Sealed Tight—Kept Right * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » ♦ ♦ ♦ » \"111 1 Before R® Traadlhg. 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. . A fter R e'T read ­ ing by the DRY CURB PROCESS. VULCANIZING That insignificant little crack ia the fabric of your tire, caused by sharp stones, is the ery bejteung of a serious blow- out, Let US Repair it N...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

• W » . JULY i l , l » i t . p » c * i m m m ?SR T on i g h 1 _ T om orrow Al right K M a H . DBVG STOKE '• P ir* t u b l l « i t f t n J v i r i # 1919— w *) V 5T .■■ - •. W atte* 9 6 P r o v e W lll u d ■\"Vi:-: W ^ x - *® U«^1V) OKdUorb S ta te o f W isco n sin , Couatjr Court, T-s JDbof C ou nty.— In P rob ate, -v-v. In R e E s ta te o f G eo rg e, a W ilson , ,'deceaeed. ./• . •.. ': • • .' ^ N o tlce le herebjr g fv en , th a t a t th e .7 - S p e c ia l T e n h o f *aM . c o u r t to be h eld ' o n .th e th ir d T u esd a y o f J u ly A. D. 1919, a t th e C ou rt H o u se In th e C ity o f Sturgeon- -B ay. c o u n ty o f D o o r and 77y.- B ta te o f W isco n sin , th e re w ill b e heard .. an d con sid ered , th e a p p lica tio n ' p f H a r r ie t M. K a rste to a d m it to p robate i*. : th e _ la st W ill a n d T e sta m e n t o f G eorge S. W ils o n , la te o f th e C ity o f S tu rgeon B ayi In s^ ld c o u n ty , d eceased , and fo r \\ th e . a p p o in ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 11 July 1919

„ _ - . .. . (ContinqW fmfa tBsga 1.) , - *»f»rw« ttJV! • -- 7 mWnder, 88 pant#1, represents fthe profits to the falrasBoriiatiou. Following is ?lic financial report of the F ait .association covering the receipts and expenditures for the celebration: , • RECEIPTS: Gate as reported by Albert \\ : Samuelson, Will Lawrence and B ert Keith — ---- 8723,64 C o n c e s s io n s __— -------— 5 7 .5 0 ■■■ .• .Dancing receipts — --------- 28.68 POStal cards lett over i 1.60 Envelopes left over- ------ 1.86 . Grandstand reported by Mr. . ' . ■perform Stedman ____________ _- 110.00 Additional tickets 30 boys— 9.00 Total- EXPENDITURES: Adv. in Bill Board—__^~s— -. Postofflce, wrappers.------ Posters ----------- — — — Envelopes _ Postal cards.. B. Peters, car for posting bills Postals and stamps— --------- John Garland, services— —.. Mrs. Benedict, services——— Races ---------- —----- -7~- Getting track in condition..— B. Peters, car hire to grounds and taking Merlin Hull to Green Bay ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 July 1919

VOLUME S 8 STTJBGEON BAY ADVOCATE CONSOLIDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT IiA R G B ST CIBCCLATIO!* I.f N O U T H H A S T E B N W ISCO N SIN NUMBER i f 1 7 STURGKON BAY, W I8., FRIDAY, JULY 18,1919. HIT LOCAL INDUSTRY Increased Minimum Wage For Fem ales and Minors Adds 25 Percent To Costs. EFFECTIVE ON AUGUST 1 For Female Or Minor Employes Over 17 Years Minimum Wage Is 22 Cents—Children and Beginners To Start On 18 Cent Scale . With Rapid Increase To 20 Cents An Honr. WILL REBUILD BRIDGE W O R K 'O F RECONSTRUCTION WELL START AS SOON AS BAY FREEZES, OVER. Will Use • Edge Planking In New Form of Construction Covered By Tarvia For Preservative and To Make Smooth Surface. Sturgeon Bay Industries, especial­ ly the Fruit Package company, will he hit with about a 25 percent in- crease in cost of labor when the new wage rate for females, as ordered by the industrial commission of Wiscon­ sin, becomes effective August 1. The minimum wage is 22 cents an hour for all female or experienced minor e...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 18 July 1919

The HINMAN Principle stands Approved 10 years of concentration on one type of machine — the Individual Pump —Valve Chamber Milker, has insured many refinements in design and workmanship, mechanical betterments, and insured adaptabi­ lity to the various conditions found in every dairy. With this New HINMAN, odd cows, nervous cows, hard milkers, are all made comfort­ able by the HINMAN Individual Pump Single Unit Valve Chamber Milker, which milks the same every day in the year. It is the sure way to offset in­ creasing costs in your dairy. Not an experiment for you, when thou­ sands use it successfully. Write (or FREE Catalog and learn why you cannot afford to be without this milker even if you milk only 6 cowd. It’s simplicity and volume mean low cost for you. I will be glad to show you one in actual operation. Call, write or Shone. J. X. WIE8NER, Manager SAWYER, WIS. - Agent tor Door and Kewaunee .Counties. Conditions Are So Is Contemplated this Year At a recent meeting of the F...

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 — 18 July 1919

, . r / ' - \" V ~i DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTUBGEOff BAY, WM.t JULY 18, 1910. ^ F a g e a n m * «♦##« X » H Clean Crushed Lime Stone i I Dust $1.35 a ton. Crushed Stone for all pur- ij poses. Stock pile on coal dock. Phone 87. leathern & Smith T. & W. CoJ Marine News f :: M EN W A N T E D Come to Two Rivers, Wisconsin, and ob­ tain steady work at good wages. Population 7000. All modern improvements. Own your own home. Two hundred mod­ ern houses, now being built. Will be sold on easy installment plan. We need woodworkers, machine hands, bench hands, common laborers. THE HAMILTON MFG. CO. Two Rivers, Wig. (15w6) , **** « v « n * O■ U M REAL ESTATE \"AND LOANS ’ STURGEON BAY, WIS % FIRE fS YOUR ’PROPERTy 5 GREATEST f o e “The Most Tangible of all Living Mysteries F i r e ! ” A R u t h l e s s D e s t r o y e r F i r e ! A Dreaded Visitor to Any Home: F ir e! A Thief the Night.: th e best policy & At the Rate of One per Minute: F i r e ! An Alarming Alarm: F i r e...

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 — 18 July 1919

- J ' ' : \" ■' \"\\ 7 ' ' ' ■ ' • / ' ' “ “ ,• ■ ’ ' ■ ? i ‘ - ' V ' • ' ' ' ■ ! • :i!: ' ■ ' ' ' ' W W B X ’- 7 .V BAY. W IS.. ,jnpi,YvI8»:l©10. DOOR COUNTY STURGEON HMHN LOCALS -To air. and Mrs. Henry a son was born Sunday, RETURNING FROM WAR • A Boy- Anschhtz, July 13. . Subject: . Life—At the weekly . Christian Science service at the Odd Fellows hall next Sunday the subject will be “Lite.” • Street .Sixteen—: Thirty young friends of Miss Clara Krueger sur­ prised that young lady with a party Saturday evening, the occasion being her birthday. Broke Her Arm—When airs. Fred Anschutz fell from a ladder the fore part of the week while picking cher- Ties in the Sorenson orchard, she suffered a broken arm. • Mrs. C. L. Nelson President—At the annual meeting of the Library hoard held Monday afternoon the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. C. L. Nelson, prsident J. C. Langemak, vice-pres­ ident Mrs. C. B. Packard, secretary. \" Buys Reynolds House...

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 — 18 July 1919

froo« fe0irsTy„ a d v o ca te,. stu r g e o n hay^ w ij, ju ly 18,1010. Page Fire ***** ............................. ******** H PE RSO N ^ vMBNaSO NlJAlt NEWSY NOTES dONCERNING PEOPLE YOU KNOW •Mr. and^'Mrs. Isaac Hanson were visitors in the city yesterday. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Siinon of Green Bay were here during the week. Attorney John W. Reynolds was down from Green Bay on Tuesday. Miss Olga Meyers of Marinette is the guest of her friend, Miss Eulalia Kubls. : y ! Mrs. F. Sampson of Waukesha is a guest at the Frank Jennerjohn home. .Adjutant Glenn Sitterby, of the French army, was among the visitors in the’ county this week. Mrs. Will Davis of Mliwaukee is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fidler for several days. John Masse, Jr., of Chicago ar­ rived during the week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Masse Sr. James McNeeley left Monday for his home in St. Paul, Minn., follow­ ing a visit at his old home here. Mr. and Mrs.'A. J. Wiest and children left in their car ...

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 — 18 July 1919

• -- r • ■••• OOOR COUNTY AD yoCATB. BTURGEON BAY, W1B.. JULY 18,1910. Keep the Children Well To keep the little ones well, sturdy Foley’s Honey and Tar. It is carefully made of selected lem- The prompt use of Foley’s Honey ana SSLdbe£»S9S& WOULD GIVE FIVE DOLLARS A BOTTLE County News. &&3ESSE' Sold Everywhere. I I H I W W Ice Cream Orders for Sunday dinners must be in by 11 a.m. i i No deliveries in after- ! I • • . .. . , noon until 5 o’clock. If you have bottles or- I ice cream cans please notify us by phone. Sturgeon Bay Bottling Works ■* Phone 16. IW H W k W H H W W W W BUGS! BUGS! BUGS! “Bug Rid” Roach Pepper Kills Ants, W aterbugs and Roaches. No Poison, a Sure Remedy. 25 cents a t yonr Druggists. Take no other Insist on “ Bug-Rid” Roach Pepper, the pack­ age with the yellow label. • (13-if) Says Helped Him To Hold His Job. •‘I would give five dollars a bottle for Tanlac before I would be w ith­ out it,” said Joe Owens, division sup­ erintendent of the Me...

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 — 18 July 1919

n n t ^ v \" ? ^ ^ ’ ,- « » * | t » F « ^ p r \" ^ m / - • • , • • , \\ ‘ • * , ' * . b o o t county a p v o c a m , byubgbon b a t , wia., ju ly is , m e . EXCESSIVE ACIDITY is at the bottom of most digestive ills. K- i moids for indigestion afford pleas* ing a n d prom pt r e l i e f fro m th e distress of acid-dyspepsia. MADE BV SCOTT & BOWMB Irs. Fairfield, Bartran & Co. CLINIC BUILDING DR. W. 13. FAIRFIELD 6018617. DR. W. E. LEAPER ' Mstezics, Diseases of Womea, Heart and Longs. DR. R. L. COWLES Diseases of Children. Sldn. Kidneys and Bladder. DR. J. J. ROBB ■ye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses Fitted. DR. W. H. BARTRAN disease of the Stomach and Intestine* H. WHITE (•Ray and Chemical Laboratories. Green Bay, Wisconsin A ll 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 specialize on products for th home, and make deliveries from'six to eight...

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 — 18 July 1919

Eight ________ n o o n dotrfrfrr a d v o c a t e , b u r g e o n b a » , t m , j v l * is , io io . , The Greatest Name in Goodv-Land The largest selling gum in the world nat­ urally has to have a package worthy of its contents. So look for WRIGLEY5 (ft the sealed package that keeps all of its goodness in. That’s why The Flavor Lasts! lUiuiiiuuiiuuiiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmtEniimiiiiiiirnimuJEUEuiiLtiixiiiiuiiiniis | You Hesitate to Give Coffee to Children Then why give it to grown folks? You can pleasantly solve the question of a table drink by giving all the family P o s t u m C e r e a l Boiled full 15 minutes after boiling begins, it tastes much like superior coffee. Its an economy. At Grocers. Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c MUlimananililiHmilMliailliniiilJJiHiiiiiiiimjiriitimimtMiTnjinmiiiiMiiiiiiS of !* ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ !« ♦ » I I I f iH n H iiii , ' f M I U i H i I n 1 1 1 m I » Kill That Potato Bug! i W ithin two hours after applying A R S E N I T E O F Z I N ...

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 — 18 July 1919

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, BTURQKON BAY.WIB., JULY J 8 ,1010. p*& v m You can't feel so good but what NI will make you feel better. EMIL H. HIDE’S DRUG STORE W W « W H « BUSINESS DIRECTORY ♦»»♦•â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦â™¦ * * * i OB. JEREMIAH DONOVAN Practice Limited to RECTAL DISEASES Local Anesthesia 1404 Majestic Building MILWAUKEE, WIS. N. N. STRAND Optometrist SAWYER, WIS. DR. B. A. WOERFEL DENTIST Across street from Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. DR. J. J. CURTIN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON •Hoe Second Floor McNeely Bldg STURGEON BAY ADOLPH 0. WOERFEL OPTOMETRIST ■yea Tested, Glasses Properlj Fitted gt the Drug Store. SAWYER, WIS. 1 HARRY W. BLAKEFIELD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Phone 164-R. STURGEON BAY, WIS. H. M. FERGUSON LAWYER Office in Boor. County State Bank Building . STURGEON BAY, WIS. E. 0. HUMKE, M. D. 0. VETERINARY SURGEON,. PHYSICIAN AND DENTIST. Office in Graet Bldg. 9*ce Phone 388. Rea. Phone 888-1 STURGEON BAY, WIS. SCRA P IRON WANTEDF $15 to...

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 — 18 July 1919

W & S GAMft FROM KKWAUNKK 0 * 0 8 SUNDAY BUT IjOOAIi MAN- •v AGEMENT QUITS GOLD. W ill Befand Money To Stockholders ofBaseball Association and May* . be Bnild Big Sommer Hotel On - Ball P ark Site. After a short and not entirely suc­ cessful season baseball came to a sudden end in Sturgeon Bay some­ time during the last week. There is no’ way of determining just exactly when the end came, hut it was some-' time since the game of last Sunday with Kewaunee in which the visitors were defeated 8 to 9. The score might have been different had a cer­ tain hit ball been an inch inside the third base line instead of just out- aide. The score would have been different, but the general result, as far as it appertains to baseball as a summer amusement in Sturgeon Bay would l ave been exactly the same. The baseball season is over in Sturgeon Bay, as far as the present management is concerned. Not only Is the season over, but the old ball park, where countless thousands have yelled their h...

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 — 25 July 1919

V O L U M E / ■ ' - I k — ■ fv -- STPBQEOlf BAY ADVOCATE—-^-CONSOLIDATED DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT N t J M B E g i s LARG EST CIHCOTLATIOX fit XORTHEA8TERIY WISCONSIN STURGKOIN BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, JULY 25,1919. Conference of Agents From This Part of State Here Two Days This Week. NEW COUNTY AGENT HERE WV Nehrling, Former Wisconsin Man Who JIns Been With the United States Department of Plant In­ dustry, Engaged As the Suc­ cessor of M. B. Goff as Local County Agent. County agricultural agents held a \"'very successful meeting in this city * Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Sessions were held in the Twenty-Club rooms. Demonstration of local industries of interest to this . class of men were shown during the first day. The agricultural experts were more than pleased with their ■visit here. M. B. Goff, formerly agent for Door county, was sole com­ mitteeman in charge of local enter­ tainment for the visitors. ' Wisconsin is divided into five dis­ tricts for county agent purposes...

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 — 25 July 1919

POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON WlB., JULY 88, 1919, '( F ir s t P u b lic a tio n J u ly !4, 1919— w6) S ta te o f W isc o n sin , C irc u it C ourt, iD oor C o u n ty : J o h n W a lth e r a n d A d e lla W a lth o r, Ib is w ife, P la in tiff b. vs. M lc h n d H a r t a n d L u cy (c o rre c t first im e u n k n o w n ) H a r t h is w ife, a n d C a r rie (c o rre c t first n a m e u n k n o w n ) B e n n e tt, w ife of J a m e s B e n n e tt, a n d M a d elin e Sim on a n d M a ttie L. B ertn ett, •and th e u n k n o w n h e irs, g r a n te e s o r re p re s e n ta tiv e s o f s a id p e rso n s a n d ■each o f th em , a n d a ll p e rs o n s w h o m It D e fe n d a n ts. S ta te o f W isc o n sin to th e s a id d f e n d a n ts a n d e a c h o f th em : Y ou a r e h e re b y su m m o n ed to nppe ■within tw e n ty d a y s a f t e r th e se rv ic e •of th is B um m ons u p o n y o u e x c lu siv e of th e d a y o f se rv ic e, a n d d e fe n d th e •above e n title d a c tio ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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