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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916
Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

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Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 April 1916

\" \" • ' • • / • A \" - '/'/^'r ' Read Wfmt Fdimm^l^ driftage Three, /*?} • THE DOOR COUNTY N E W S — \" N E W S WORTH WHILE* VOLUME TWO STURGEON BAY,'WISCONSIN''' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 191G Navigation Opens This Week Fishing Fleet of Gasoline Boats, Together With Tug Crystal, Broke Ice to Local Docks Goodrich Boat Will Arrive Here Next Sunday Local Boats Rapidly Being Fitted Out. Hart Line to Start Twenty First of April a •2\"*Si '\"Am -ss^NNavigation _was opened in the bay on Monday afternoon- when a fleet of five gasoline boats headed by the tug Crystal forced their pasage through the bay. Two of the gasoline boats 'continued their passage to the Kalm- \"bach dock while the Crystal and the other three gasoline fish boats went to the Sawyer \"dock. The boats had been slowly forcing their way up from the canal for the past few days and previous to their final successful passage come up to the point at John Nelson's. The boats that comprised the fleet were the tug /Crystal, ^,the gas...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 April 1916

®J!ll!0$$^^ S^3fefiK •Traj*do£'c^^ %$&£%£&£•$% piatt It E|«6«Bgw of Xocal Station Be- ||Ph[(8 ' l ^ ^ ^ M M ^ c l t ^ a ^thi».locality B^JWrii^^||^affiv:just^:p88t••^thcr(B ^ ^ ^ i f ^ ^ e : - ' : f ^ i g h t U i the shape | » £ ::mere^^ii^ii|ila ,oUier commodl- | p 9 ^ ^ | ^ ^ l p w i d l n t o -'and''put\": of phis /ipia|^iO|iiiii1yS'.th:e^ month of ^Marci»^5^0ff |^.^toer inpntlv of the |ly^ tan^p|Sj^*^a^ ?ha8^.been' no ex- fiEepUpn:: ^||fi^ruiei-v Upon \\ looking '^verf^ e ^ ^ ^ Q f I^argh, . .idl5/. and 'With ^tne 'month of ^ft^nt^'Ralsengor.-., was iijferlseaiiasv well as pleased |ct' a healthy increase in the f|^e|^^haadled. • litloads forwarded or shipped ft^^katlPnL itemize: and total sw|^neeae/7 carloads canned ,|||fatfv'carlSSii dry peas, 4 ^l^grafa, J2t carloads bay 31 i ^ ^ ^ j ^ a p d w t a t of 61 carloads which g85pj*^5'percen .increase, river the pun^unt handled during the same l&On^last year (1915). '^IP^Ift^tag'ilB'aJtetof the freight ^«4 by...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 April 1916

m ^iMs mmTHM from HERE AM D THERE WASHINGTON ISLAND Sleighing is practically broken up. \"Wagons were brought into general use on Monday. . The fishermen who have been able to lift their nets before this, writing report a very light.catch. \" The rural carrier's April fool was that his count reached the proverbial looj pieces on \"all tools\" day. The various wood sawing machines were especially active last week, mak- ing their rounds to the farmers. All of the schools with the excep- tion of No. 4 have taken a vacation for a short time because of the bad roads. Jake Bilton arrived here Saturday to prepare for fishing as soon as the ice leaves Green Bay. He is making extensive repairs on his boat Earl Malloch left last Wednesday for Milwaukee where he will take an examination. He will sail as wheels- man on one of the iron ore boats. Geo. (X. Mann has secured Ed Laun- ders as farm hand. Ed Einarson is working for John Aznoe and .Mr. Kin- caide is working for Ole Bowmsn. , The time o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 April 1916

BuicK Spit Fri JpIditIon.- t _|$^:at :th e ImtiUili on next I^ci^offlcers Hi''//-'-:7 . -' jjrletor of across orroad, ed to the position ^yCom- aplela^during : • the ^i»gVji^|it^f.(tiie'--.JBcfr ii:1^]poii!*:exciavattng. !$igi»y t | & t a d & t f a d . - . i ^ ^ B ^ s a t i o n a l p | ^ ^ h u r ^ : ^ B p p e r in :,wMl|^ae wedvf rbin/ll s 30 B jraie^J^yited,f The price j^er^|lj|uiitt: : : 3fcj Children MjJWjgaraco '' Lwh has ^S^^ tb. :lwrrbwoT8:of- All cards numbered un- te • l$^jt .expi&'-'the flrat 5p^iig flnoj8^ on these ^eai^^ome ': and pay, or jca0iti$&, ^service yfjll start on ^aj^Aprll 9tb. Notice Up \"sjifeund In another B'ift S^.iuy :-6n'o train win vcu.this city at at the same time Undoubtedly the train good share of patronage |$e .paitr\" ^.J^riverVof the city team ^||tii?n1accldent'^henf : top I ^ P l l S : ' oyer last 'Tuesday ^f^|^*y M , : Wnc , e. the / accl- i p ^ ^ : * n f t i f t S mm' Injured slpftficgjhotners'- liini^ 'it | | | § & t ^ M i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 April 1916

^j^g^l^Z ??'''• • THE BOOB COPXTI SEWS WsiL 5, 191C -jft lte&5^ JL./Ives returned Saturday x wpBtiliig( from a visit at Green Bay. ••: S|MirefJtvWorachek of Sister Bay was, )u *?riBit) ra the city on Monday. ^Ifev. 6«ier of Maplewood was a vlsi- 0iei!$ii the city, between trains on Mon- ^4B$':S^Q'-~ : ••' . •: 2 ^J^.\"Hugenroth of Sister Bay was a :^ttbr in the city last week, Wednes- i ^ i t * Peffer of jacksonport numbered $ n ^ on Sat- y ^Barney Hahn of Fish Creek spent a iiiiOTf^days during the past week in the :y*Hsfi being up on\" a business trip. -j^Mrs.: Prank Elliott arrived here Tuesday morning from Algoma to pay /a^Tisitvwith relatives in the city , J- siiras,S.Slattery•.and daughter•iMat^ guerite spent the week end-visltih&at Green Bay with friends. ./f-^&ngeryatlon Warden Wm. Barn- hardt left Monday morning for Green B«^on business. Jvwest McCormick, who has been in attendance at the Green Bay Business College, arrived home on Monday. ^ Miss Nina Welting l...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 April 1916

om -*-». • -» Tr4'3ic're: on ja trj| t o Algoma ig*-accbmpanled Pjenrs ^^ school at Sturgeonj'Bay.v',V ' . r^.-' •: Thefannual Spring vacation wa s giyett Ijjthe teachers arid scholars last week/: The former attended the teach- er's institute a t Sturgeon\" Sturgeon Ba5^^ :: ^ ••\" -• '~: \\ . \\. • ' . r •• . Miss'Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bournoville has gone to Green Bay where she will be operated on for appendicitis. Her father accompan- ied her there. : .•'.'• ''. V- • •A merry party was held at the home of Gabe Pierre^ Thursday evening in honor of Gabe Blere Jr.,'who recently returned :from Oconto : and Miss Mayme's twelfth birthday. The Red Star band furnished music and amuse- ments for all. .••••'••.- - ]PM%$ei • fc-g buslness if returning on clth the town ^Jlhprtv.ses-. ^JBay^repre* j^Co ^ called' i^Owft^yof^Rio business/and for l^f|?Appleton..ar- |^|^a ivi8itwith i^SlitKiBryicinity. il^i^iyjtor/the lis son Wenzel of ptlflad^and he re- j^ay^fvij^\":' as^|rtpn i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 April 1916

WW!jt&MfcW £* ( Y^ THE BOOE COUNTY NEWS LEGAL NOTICES First publication March 29— 3t Notice for Administration and Notice to Creditors STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY COURT, Door County. In Probate In Re-Estate ..of Mar Erdman, deceased. -Notice is.hereby given,. That at the special -term of said court to be held at the court ihouso in the City of Sturgeon Bay on the 1st Tuesday of August A. D. 1916, there will be •heard, considered and adjusted, all claims '.against said Mary Erdman, deceased And notice is hereby further giveni That all such claims for examination and allow- .ance must be presented to said county cottrt -at the court house in the City of.Sturgeon Say in said county and state, on or before :the 24th day of July A. D. 1916, or be barred. Datod March 24, 1916. By the Court, JACOB DEHOS, Judge. •'!W. :E. WAGENER, Attorney. APRIL 5,1916 'A First publication March 29— 8t Uotlce to Prove Will and Notice to Creditors STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY COURT Door County. In Probate...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 April 1916

lIpliitKI WM%0§& T H E B O O B COUHTY JTEW8 APBIL.%' pjf||||§lW|g§* .ta&r^J^erti^ KJSE.*. $'&•%• ^i^f^?Mi:)^-^s''™atch^^lfeUn did -,1:.^fSf ^I^K|* ^ 'jh^t ot il^ fJ^^^Wi^:^. j^«hbuia that-'kept Martihy guessing ffiMm&ffitfZ ^?a3te^eMnds./ .Twb of three times they' ' were:locked. In vice holds tat their\"apparent veo.ua! n l f l l t l e ^ r a \" $ c ^ * 4 * iiSiSSSssiS'iffi^s-: jitrength'taei t:s-fe:::feKv7^ aecided\" 'advantage. over \"the other. ^ i S p ^ ^ l * * * #eye^iytimes-duringthe long min- J$$W0^M^' tf&atjiat lapsed beforei the second fall | ^ ^ e ^ ^ y j r ) ^ j^tln-had' Tpny^ih :some'ticklish po-, ifMi%iM0?MM0t \\ $$?°!* and at times he ^raa only saved ^ a t x W ^ i ^ ^ u ^ from \"a. fall by having one shoulder |:^sS|iMableiI:idN ^ihlh anvfajch or tWo from the 'mat |We1l-^u^ ?Wal- A» tlme 'progressed, the announcer, ^j$^^oi^'$'\\&e H ^ e y Stock gavethe time and when ^llite'i^i^^ee'i: it reached} the hour marie the:. fans j|^^ ^(^ a^rjived ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

3HT ••^V'V.'''.Vi'\\Â¥'*::«$£^3 WAa*Farmer Fuxr^Hasto Sm^Wt^W^n^ •-•••••-••••••••••••• -•• ^J3M[|i!:J! P ^ I €f THK'DOORUOUN^^ .'0:*{l.\\(:nbii« l o o h?. t.'' Tjiiiiuli ivfi(i til Xl!hrtiicn .'tJi\"w 'K:-(1 *» JiiiJ.VKM A J a u H . . rdHJMETTFO ^ui'iijii lidifii'i-jn _\"j\\r iuiii n ,ti.i, itate ParkTo Be Improved '. B. Moody of Conservation Commission Made a Personal Inspection of State Lands fill Advertise Door County's Wonderland ),000 Seedling Pine to be Planted and Interior Roads are ...:. vi_. •. to be Improved STUBGEONBA?, WISCONSIN W O ^ ^ ^ J ^ ^ . I ^ y r Ur, hWui^. -*)),, ^r \"»jjiaiiifioU& n't orivi •j\"l\"l' fijitivr intt|ii)ili l^!L^''jll'JL.llilM*33LSjiL. UOnlO School Board Mot Saturday Eveiiinir. A Number of Vacancies in Tcach« • ing^ Force to be Tilled The school board held t wbnpjRPr, y%R«*Mi % %*»»&< On Monday the. $ighw#y Cpxnro»tt,ee Peninsula'State \"Park will be greatly iprbved in the course til a few aonths by the expenditure of a fe...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

lillflltfl^ liiiiilii iiiPiill ^S^MM^li f )'• ^liunt\"& Machia received another car- load of autos on Saturday bf last week. •.• iLawreace khlutti who is attending )Ui Trainingschoolat Algoma visited iipver Sunday^ atWs hpine-here. ?'• ^Dewes • Schojothi.-rwasavisitor at (isreen Bay on Sunday, making the toip^^e Bay-on pleasure. ^ V :f v3 Gigstead left on Friday for Green : Bay 'Where he expects to remain, hav- ing secured employment at that place. K ^Albert Vought of Daggett, Mich., ar- rived here last week and is visiting witn relatiyea and friends here and in JVasewaupee. t , Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leitenberg took their departure on Friday morning for JFond du Lac where they spent a few •days yiBiting friends and relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Theodore Hanson were •visitors at Green Bay Sunday, spend- ing the day at the home of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Cornell were visi- tors at Algoma on Sunday, having spent the day as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neseman. Otto Hoffman and Cha...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

i|i!!i^ By FARMER FURROW 8EH. PEODtrCTS OF QUALITY It l8\\rithln the actual possibilities •of every farmer in this county to bet- ter the Quality of his products or at '.'(test some of them. Of course vie realize .that there are some products that are the same from year to year but. still there are others that could be materialey bettered ad be made.to command a higher market price. In this present day and age we are al- ways looking to the market, the buyer or consumer who offers us the best .price for our products. This to no anore than right naturally. However -we could all .demand a much better jprice if we raised products of a high- er grade and quality. There is a greater demand for good' products than for poor, it is for the betterment of each farmer's own pocketbook and conditions that- he should make an attempt to standardize the output from his farm and raise products of good quality. I T h e Public Pays for Service I t is fortunate that the ethical mo- tive need not be ca...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

il# at tb» po«tefflee »t StoMreoo B»T, WU- rata, under lb« aet of March 8, 1876. B^Hinfr tiw trutli::W'ah^me-the (devil mia^^ tie noble* but telling something that proves the other fellow wrong is more exciting—Milwaukee Journal. lii|p6dR^GbyNTV- .NEws 'j'!%-'51'?'s S (Jncwporatrifi • OABIiI M. LAPIJANT, Proldent and Haaafcr fo^L MJNDBffliO. Vle»-Pn*ident ? Wi WAQENKB, 8«eretary and Tre&inrar. »«4rMi »ir commu»ic»tloin to The Nawa, , Sturgeon Bay. Wlseonalla. Snbicription Price, $1.00 Per Year Storgebn Bar, Wis, April 12, 1916 Cl ^binVrattiention^ should be given to V^M main, street as far as the condi- f *i6nof the road te concerned. Either ^repair it and smooth out the pitch Jbtoles or put it in some good perma- nent condition. ^ Clean-URrWeek will soon be here and ^frbm now on let everyone begin to collect the rubbish about the yards and riiave it ready for the garbage man. *The action o£ the council each year in haying the city collect the waste, etc., during on...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

fffliAN&THAT from m^rX3$Bi}Ww£. WASHINGTON ISLAM* ' Wilfred Koyen purchased an auto from Robert Knudson last week. •'.' C ^ . Bay returned to the island last ^ weefc \"' % It Is estimated' that about 500 miles of nets have been set by the boats operating from Detroit Harbor. *• The Fair store has a-goodly supply ••'• of Easter toys and bonnets on hand which help five it. the appearance - of spring. .-'.'. \\j,_ . The mall is still being taken across the ice with a horse. As soon as Pete Anderson, star mail carrier, returns from Two Rivers with his boat the boat will be used. Lawrence Voight returned on Friday t from Green Bay where he went to take f a n examination in order John Carlson has been hired as manager of the Ellison Bay Co. He took charge of that place April 10th. Henry Beardi and Arthur Jacobsoa have been employed by Mr. Carlson to work on that farm. ••. E«fe HARBOB Election was a quiet affair, despite the many votes cast Mrs. Thomas Carmody is seriously ill at thi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

&V£.''V-> Mfe\" ^flrat trout 7lry '-from the local | large flocka 6t dacks weiyg sten flying Ush ^atchery were plante3Rl*'SbHflaj8japoiflk the MffVkhiA makes many of Thie^pawn are now ha^-SpS V H v | Be eSbrtsmeS wltgQh&t this was the oSi^acto! Soldmbn th^yfra&g^FoCTdWBl^huntto flocka i e- Frasgc Solomon, was.on Friday operat- Icently seen were larger than any ueth ed on for,appe^MI at 'ffe- Peopie'3 , * \" ^ * *\"* --.—--.- ^sj&atJ ^ ^ D f l $ I f l M | | i ^ of|yilson.& Maples east.approach of the bridge is|have added a delivery truck to their repaired during the wef*%^hjjeqjypn»«||4r#Jje truck was purchased poo^ planking is being replj IneW which makes it much b trajtf|b of all descriptions. ^ -- MJk- E,' J. Symons entertained the mertperB of he|^SnndjLy-achoolaj:la&i of tl*e M. E. clguffilyfajfrppe on fionday evfciJfciofJbaV?jrafi»VT youffig people had an enjoyable time. Mr.xarid Mrs. Julius Glomstad of the Tnj$I ward, was taken ill with t£ pn...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

THE BOOB (JOtrxtY KEWS^.^p(|iB^^^ 'Mi« A-yJ. :-Gen.iesse spent Sunday visit ing at?bis home in Green Bay. rFrarikMcDonald of Algoma.was i businessvisitor in the city oh Sat- urday Qt/ last week. .!Jacob:'iRosenberg wa s a busin ess Jtor at-Algouia on Thursday of last wt.-vii f' •.''.\"• '•-••. -ikichaVa A/Noelckreturnedtm Mon- day morning from a two weeks busi- n ^ s trip to Chicago. . Mrs. Grant Haskell and son Ralph of Eg g Harbor were visitors in the city Saturday.\"' .=.- JSXB. Julius Meyer and sonTSdward of Algoma spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Barnhardt. (Jus DexheimSr of Sevastopol num- bered among the Sunday visitors at Green Bay. . j,C. C. Dana left Friday morning for | Milwaukee on business. He returned [Sunday evening. «* :|p. V^Leischow of Algoma number- led among the Sunday visitors in the [city. : \" '\"' • •-' '•\"• \"V JH. L., Barftes of Ephraim numbered |aJpong the many visitors frorii tlie north who were in the city Friday. Wm. Draeb of Kewaune...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

llllireAnd Tt^e :: $1#%''Mv\" • FOBESTVILLE, ^.T^jr^itonovan was a visitor at Stur- j ^ M j ^ at Al- jtpini-bn: Tuesday of last week. -\\-,''l*Ts^Sain Kumm and son were at VAIgonia Friday to attend the funeral of Mirs. John Kasbohm. Wta. Bastar was at Algoma Tuea :.t day of last week to attend the funer- al of Mrs/C. P. Boedecker. : Martin Schmltz during the week dis- posed of his Wg team of work horses to parties In Kewaunee. ' /-^SOstiar Zlrbel and Walter Meyer made • trip to Green Bay Wednesday on Business. A case of dlphtehria is reported at ^ the home of F. M. Krueger. One of the children Is ill. Ralph, the small grand-son of Mr. ^iad Mrs. Harvey Darling, has been 111 during the week. ! Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nauman and son visited at J. S. Haegele's on Sun- day. . Erwln Lehmkuhl took a carload of cheese to Algoma Thursday from the I«hiehow factory. Edith Rockwell came up from Al- goma on Monday to visit with her parents. Carl Fabry went home on Satur- day to the town of Lincoln ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

V AUTHOR OF \"WHISPERING SMITH,\" \"THE MOUNTAIN DIVIDED \"STRATEGY OF GREAT RAILROAD/ ETC : NOVELIZED FROM THE MOVING PICTURE PLAY \\ OF THE SAME NAME PRODUCED BY THE SIGNAL FILM CORPORATION. I hate to bring these back to you. (But the way Tin fixed I can't double- cross Seagrue.\" Helen saw he •was greatly humiliat- ed. And she was mystified a little by ibis words. \"Spike,\" she said, kindly, '-\"the clothes are nothing. But what nave I done to you that you should treat me In the way you did?\" Spike shuffled on his feet and swung lis head uneasily. \"Not a thing in the world,\" waa all he could say. \"Why have you acted in this way?\" -she demanded. \"I bought you a ticket -to the city—you promised to go—why didn't you?\" He labored in continued contusion to explain. He tried to tell her Sea- grue' had done many thingB for him lie told her he owed Seagrue a lot of money and he had no hope of ever paying him back except by work, and -that he didn't feel he ought to break 4tway no...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 April 1916

^ l l ^ S ^ ^ a g m s ^ a a .the )r^ult'6f: a.:.civiv..sex'i' feflllfltVite: pxamipatioiU wliich^he'/tooki'two •wpe^sVago.v fl: v :'^p-'' ^' •':. ^!/'-:-K./ :i^i: ,J'^He-was informed of!bis appoint | f.^i| \"tBiegr^' Congressman konop. ^^:££f H^ the\"two .who i itopk^th^ examination from this district :^ndTt}i,u8 was entitled to the: appoint-'' ':3neritJx'- *' ' '-v. \"•','••' '..• /1 Both-the United States Military and Naval Academies offer young men, the bpst education in the United States. Resides receiving a good education ythose attending West Point receive a •salary of JGO a month. It requires six years to finish the couse at thejnayal academy at Annapolis, the last two Wing spent aboard ship. When the course is completed they receive their • commission. ' . It ^ will be necessary for Curtis to pass a physical examination as well as an entrance examination into the school, both, of which are very Btrhv sent But tbo fact that he has re- ceived the appointment, is evidence tha...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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