Traverse City Press in Traverse-City, Michigan 27 Jul 1917
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Traverse City Press, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1917, Traverse City, Michigan
The grand traverse n s Home newspaper City by Carrier so year traverse City Mich by mail year vol. 2-no. 35 wheat Day for Michigan will be ainu this year growers will assemble at College to consider plans for next year Well known men on program Hoover May be among Farmer in the state invited to attend East Lansing raising of a crop of forty in ill Ion bushels of wheat in 1918" is the goal towards which the Michigan growers will strive during the coming 12 months and on August 1 they will set themselves or t re Start. The 1st, the Date when the word go will be Given has been named As wheat Day in Michigan Anu in Observance of it a Congress of growers will be held at the Michigan agricultural College. From this gathering is expected to come plans for 1918 and the Assurance that there no halting or dallying in the production drive. Leading Farmers in Michigan Rob Ert s. Shaw Dean of agriculture at m. A. C. Prof. G. E. of the Ohio Experiment Slation and former govern or Fred m. Warner will be among the prominent speakers. 1. R. Wot i Bury of the state Board of agriculture will act As chairman. There is a possibility ers Bankers and other speakers of note have been asked to speak. The question of How to increase Michigan s i wheat crop will be approached All possible angles. Each speaker is limited to four minutes so that the program will be widely representative. I. R. Waterbury of the state Board of Agri culture and editor of the Michigan Farmer will preside As chairman of the Day s program. Among the other speakers will be the following r. S. Shaw Dean of agriculture a. B. Cook Owosso s. E. Weage Secretary state Millers Assn cold water judge f. H. Williams Allegan former governor f. M. Warner county Blanford Fremont j. N. Mcbride state Market director of. S. Kedzie president of m. A. A College Dairy lunch will be served on the College Campus at do your bit Forth boys in the training Camps by contributing to this fund for their recreation k. Of c. At head of project sunday has been set aside As general contribution Day for the million Dollar War Camp fund the k. Of c. As an organization have taken hold of the also that commissioner Hoover in to raise this fund for the Pur pose of providing clean arid wholesome amusement a and recreations for the Soldier boys in training. This movement headed by a Catholic organization is along the tame lines As those which the y. M. C. A. Are working and the Money will be used for the Michigan Fanner who can possibly at purpose. Each member of the k. Tool of the country s food preparedness Campaign will be present. He has been invited to attend and has wired Back that unless he should be completely swamped with work on August 1, he will come. The guests of the Clay will be every an Appeal is made to All of them of c. Has been assessed in addition Arbutus Lake is sunday was a bad Day for boating and nearby Reakirt same time coun to his regular assessment for this organize month and if they Are Able to contrib i hey Are asked to do go Testant boys in the Camps will Fol Nithil Pirir i those who went to arbut bks sunday for a Day of. Outing and pleas ure were disappointed in the latter respect As there were two drown rings the body of a suicide discovered and another nearly overcome by tit e diner fatalities of the Day j h. C. Swartz 23 years old of Smjth Bend ihd., was drowned while crossing the Lake to the Small Island. A party of eight including a Blind boy started to Cross the Lake in a boat which had been in service Many years. One of the girls objected to trying to Cross in the old Craft but the remark was made unt Hinkly that they would Cross in i or go Down which they did before Tiffey reached their destination. They were within 40 feet of the Island Shore when the boat seams pal Ted and Schwartz became so excited jumped overboard and immediately Sank to the Bottom. This caused consternation among t he others and they were All thrown into the Wiater. 1 major Vandervort a totally Blind 19 year old boy was of the party arid took command of the situation. He called to them All to get hold of the boat and himself caught two girls by the hair and held them above water until help could arrive. It was Only Quick thinking and prompt action that the whole party was saved from drown ing. W. J. Hobbs of this City Harlif plied for a Carnegie medal for the lad Carl milks a Young Man who was spending the Cummer with his grand parents near May Fielis had strutting some youngsters in Liing and had been Cullin help As a joke and imitating a ing. Tub Tirol and sought coming soon a musical comedy York run under name is to be presented at theatre Here on the nights fill be new to traverse City is not a Light play written but a strictly professional or. Ogden the director professional methods in different characters. The of in the highest terms these who have seen it and prom the Best Amateur show Ever . It Isif Ven under the auspices of the nearly 100 traverse City Are in the cast. Cash is the commodity which is holding Jip Plant Large number of Napoleon subscribers fail to come across with the Money Petter mrs. James Hamilton Bijj Hocij Pioneer of this Region mrs. Of Interlochen passed the Bay Bank Hospital wed Hamilton was 64 years of i had passed the greater part of Fern this Region. She was very swim cheerful in bearing the of was upon her. Mrs. Had made a Host of friends Church worker All of her besides other friends and of she leaves a daughter mrs. And a son both residing Interlochen. Funeral ser Ges ind burial at Interlochen Friday afternoon at 2.-30. Clarence Sachtleben Sachtleben 19-year-old son mrs. Geo. Sachtleben pass the general Hospital Mon Nad undergone an operation Titis was recovering and to f that Day when he suddenly ise and passed away in was a we ii very popular Young Man j greatly missed by his Many nig parents he leaves Long. Lake tit Home and funeral services Plant cannot run on wind i stockholders in the Napoleoni motor car co. Who Are wondering when the Plant will be moved to traverse City will do Well to Check up and see whether or not they have paid in the amount they subscribed. Remember promises will not bring the Plant Here it s Cash. Cash is the one and Only thing that is holding the factory Back. As Long As the Money is in your jeans Don t wonder Why the proposition is not moving can to Many have paid up in full for the Stock they bought but there Are others who have not. Every Day we delay is just one More Day lost. Make Hay while the Sun shines. There is a Market for. Napole on cars that the factory in Napoleon Ohio is not in shape to satisfy. As soon As the Plant is located Here expansion will take place and they will b e Able to fill their orders. Show that you Are Back of the Promise you made and that you Are a sticker by calling at the Bank today and taking care of your obligation to the Napoleon co. Help win the War the government has asked everyone to do their bit by helping to conserve the food sup ply. Can your own vegetables and fruit and in sure the Canning with Rve keep Canning tablets 10c per package every package cans 5 qts. Waifs drug store front coming is planned to Liotina a Cotigo Eis o f wheat growers interested in the wheat crop at the Michigan Agri cultural College on a just 1. Farmers county agents Grain Deal ers Millers Bankers and All others interested will be represented. As Many others As can attend Are urged to be present and if is hoped that a great number of Farmers of the o state will gather at the College on this occasion forty million bushels for 1018 is the goal set. This figure is not unreasonable in View of the fact that Ai most three time last year s acreage was planted to wheat in under present conditions wheat is again a profitable Yop and should be More widely grown. The need for a big crop for next year is apparent to All. It is planned to the morning of August 1 in Field trips Over the Experiment station plats which now offer a splendid Opportunity to study the effect of various cultural and fertiliser treatments on wheat and to note the superiority of pedigreed strains Over Ordinary varieties. These trips will be in charge of men familiar the experiments. An afternoon Progi am will to held for which we Hope to secure Mich speakers As Prol Fissori Williams noted agronomist of the Ohio University and a representative from the department food administration or. Hoover. A series of four minute talks has been arranged. Representative wheat growers Millers Grain Cleal men s summer shirts discount Onti ortion. You Are not a Catholic cd because you think it might not be the proper thing to do. The movement has been approved by president Wilson and also the War department. The k. Of c. Will have committees present at All the services in both Cath John churches sunday and also Eoin Mit items working among the banners. Help i the boys out by contributing liberally to this cause for their Good. Set aside All Church creeds for the time being land get in Unity for the Good of those most directly concerned. Do it Sun Day. And paid Down and failed to come up they realized that it was no arid immediately summoned help but the had fee i in the water Tori Long. The remains were taken Genevieve Grace m1ddleton after a operation for a Kingsley and later shipped to his pars Pend iltis Genevieve Grace the 5-year ends in Detroit for burial. Edward Colcord having been author old daughter of or. And mrs. Merrill Middleton of Williamsburg passed sized by sheriff Campbell started at her Home a Wedgie Day. She will be greatly missed by her playmates and the bereaved family have the sym i Pathy of the entire Community. Fun Jeral services were held thursday after a noon with burial at Williamsburg. J a very pretty Home wedding took place at the Home of or. And mrs. How Ard Russell Webster st. Wednesday evening when their daughter miss Ruby was United in marriage to or. Percy Crandall of this City. They were at tended by miss Catharine Laforest and or. Mclvin Orant kill. They Are a Well known and popular Young couple and have the Best wishes of a Host of Al friends for a pleasant voyage on the j sea of Matrimony. They will reside Uear the City. Search for his Mother who had been missing for ten Days and found her body hanging from a limb of a tree in a Thicket. Mrs. Colcord had been despondent for several Days before her disappearance and she was known to made two previous attempts on i her own life. Miss Vera Barrett a Young lady who was spending the Day at the Lake was very nearly overcome by the other fatalities of the Day and was unconscious for about two hours. Taking All in All it was a Day of genuine horrors the first Ever known at Arbutus Lake and it is hoped that it will not be repeated. Mrs. . Foote w. R front Street is seriously ill. Hamilton clo. Co. West window Send that furniture repairing to Hutchins prompt service work guaranteed prices right 417 Barlow st. Phone 157 when in need of groceries come and see the Walker grocery co., at 539 West front Street. Our Stock is All fresh and up to the minute. Quality and service Walker grocery co. 539 West front Street Bell phone 127 cite. Phone 6o Charles j. Smith after a lingering illness of about 3 years Charles j. Smith 62 years of passed away at his Home 115 n. Divi Sion Friday july 20. Or. Smith had lived Here since about 1890 and was a very popular Man. He was a member of the local u. C. T., having been a travelling Salesman for Many years and also of the maccabees. He is survived by a wife two sons Orton of washing Tan and Jarl or t to Daught ers Alice of Wyoming and mrs. Hob Art Knapp of this City and other rela Tives. Services were held from the Home sunday afternoon in charge of Rev. Demas co Unjin. Burial in Oak Wood. officiating interment in Quick delivery to any part of City. Telephone Calls solicited. Scott s City drug store. Special Chicken and fish dinners and suppers 75c. Crystal inn Mich suits discount Hamilton clo. Co. West developing and printing Here s where our Shu helps you in developing printing your film we keep before us the fait that you spent considerable and in making tin it u strictly up to us to get out of Tow film All you put into it. Are rather proud of out ability the do that. Try ii on four tacit Cyko paper it Fink Mut Complete. One of the Dray teams of the Colum Bia Transfer co. Became frightened at the a r. I. Tracks wednesday morn ing and ran away going South on Park st. And turning onto state where they were captured at the Silver s barn. collided with two vehicles but no serious damage was done. The screech of the fire alarm on wednesday morning again sent people hurrying to Telephone books and cards to see in what part of the City the fire was. The Home of Jake Fishman 832 Washington had caught fire evidently from a stove in the rear and before the Blaze could be extinguished suffered damage to the extent of with no insurance. It was thought for a time that the baby was in one of the up stairs rooms and fire chief Murray went up after it but it was found at one of the neighbors. The fire ran along the roof a Blind attic and it was necessary to use consider water to put it out. Most of the dam age was done to the roof and but a slight damage by water to the Furni Ture. At Mcgoll s cafe strictly Home cooking and baking Matthew Dill for Many years a resident of this City Mathews Dill 68 years old who passed away at his Home 932 state str monday will be greatly missed among his hosts of friends. Or. Dill had been in poor health for some time so his death was not unexpected. He had been a restaurant keeper Here a num Ber of years in different locations and had mide friends wherever he was among whom he was Well liked. He leaves a wife three sons William of this City Jess of near Honor and John whose address if unknown and one daughter mrs. Benjamin Hoxie of de troit. Funeral services were held from the Home on wednesday afternoon Rev. Demas Cochlin officiating. Inter ment in Oakwood. About Twenty five of the friends old and Young of or. John Clark and miss Lucy Nelson gathered in the basement of the l. D. S. Church on monday even ing. Each one brought with them some kind of a package which was Laid on and the guests of Honor were in i cited to open All of them. When they did this they the packages contained Handy Kitchen utensils for their use. After flowed freely games were played and a supper served. All departed for their Homes feeling that it had been an evening that was enjoyable in every. Way and hoping that this would not be the last gathering of this kind. Or. Clark and miss Nelson Are to be mar ried at the l. D. A Church on sunday morning july 29, at Kodak cameras Eastman non Curling films All few Stock at Scott s City drug store. Special Chicken and fish dinners and suppers 75c Crystal inn Beulah Mich. Yes we sponge and press Palm Beach i suits Palm Beach and other hot weather clothes made to order. Sid Johnson 225 e. Front st. Hopkins photo Supply House East front Street of the coming Day a. N. S. Yes brother and sister to All fellow Mankind that Day is surely near and we gladly accept the glories of that Day that Are offered to All let All now be changed in this glorious Light. For Sale 1.914 Ford Gar electric lights Shock absorbers Klaxton Horn Etc. First class condition. Bargain inquire t. C. Press office take no chances use Only the Foster Seal fast fruit jars. Sanitary Glass tops. Cost a Little More but Worth it absolutely the Best of All. Pints quarts 2-quarts Mccormick of course groceries citizens phone 271 402 South Union Street City Mich. Aluminium Ware premiums for Cash Trade
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