Courtesy of the Anuta Research Center
Carpenter Cook Company of Menominee promoted its famous coffee brand, “Mi-Lady,” in this 1922 advertisment published in the Cloverland Magazine, a popular edition circulated in the Upper Peninsula and Northeastern Wisconsin. The Carpenter Cook coffee house was located on the west side of Main Street (1st St.) at Ludington Avenue (5th Ave.). As well as manufacturing coffee, the company produced spices. The company’s main point of operation was at the foot of the Menekaunee Bridge, where ships, rail and truck transportation was available. Carpenter Cook, which touted its operation as the oldest and largest wholesale grocers in the sprawling Cloverland region, also had a candy manufacturing plant in the downtown business district.
Courtesy of the Anuta Research Center
Carpenter Cook Company of Menominee promoted its famous coffee brand, “Mi-Lady,” in this 1922 advertisment published in the Cloverland Magazine, a popular edition circulated in the Upper Peninsula and Northeastern Wisconsin. The Carpenter Cook coffee house was located on the west side of Main Street (1st St.) at Ludington Avenue (5th Ave.). As well as manufacturing coffee, the company produced spices. The company’s main point of operation was at the foot of the Menekaunee Bridge, where ships, rail and truck transportation was available. Carpenter Cook, which touted its operation as the oldest and largest wholesale grocers in the sprawling Cloverland region, also had a candy manufacturing plant in the downtown business district.
Carpenter Cook Company of Menominee promoted its famous coffee brand, “Mi-Lady,” in this 1922 advertisment published in the Cloverland Magazine, a popular edition circulated in the Upper Peninsula and Northeastern Wisconsin. The Carpenter Cook coffee house was located on the west side of Main Street (1st St.) at Ludington Avenue (5th Ave.). As well as manufacturing coffee, the company produced spices. The company’s main point of operation was at the foot of the Menekaunee Bridge, where ships, rail and truck transportation was available. Carpenter Cook, which touted its operation as the oldest and largest wholesale grocers in the sprawling Cloverland region, also had a candy manufacturing plant in the downtown business district.