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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1916

Tire HOOK COUNTY XKMtS SEtTEMTtF.lt 13, 1915 ITtePobrjCotinty News .. Catered M '••cond-elaai matter J'OIT 1, j i t 14 at the postoffloe at Sturgeon Bar, wti- iHiisia, under the set ot March 8. 1870. PUBLISHED WEEKLY'S* DOOR COUNTY NEWS ' (incorporated) M. IiAfLANT. President and Uanagar A.. IiUNDBEEa. Viee-Preiiident WAQKNEB, Secretary and Treainrtt. all eommanieattona to Tk« Hewt, Sturgeon Bay, WUcomlo. Mnbicription Pricej $1.50 Per. Year m& — : — S t u r g e o n Bay, Wis., September 13,1916 KThe gossip law of Wisconsin is still flaw and it will be well for some of jjjjnir'street corner politicians to be a careful how they speak or it ght be their pleasure to be called |on to back up some of the state- ents they are making among- the jople. Judge Graass ordered children out ,'the court room while the Ellis case brought before the court It is range that the parents of these chil- lies, cannot see far enough ahead to lep their boys and girls from the Surt room when cases of tha...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1916

llllll§|i^ p i i^ro^ii ^(VitiiesseS Champiotislilp it ^MarinetteTOiIchOconto ' '^m^-Scpi&'^S to 1 .^ 4th^-Berhhardt but at first on hit to third base Brown and Dago both retired at first on hits .to shortstop. Bfautigah retired at-flrst by Stock House, out, Billy to Dago Bresnahan given- a walk, but died on first as Brooks fanned. 5th—Stock retired at first on hit to third base Bourgeois made a clean single, reached second on passed ball but died there as Langeman flew out to left field and Augustine was retired on infield hit to third base. Whitcomb and Lambrecht both aurteen•'••.'. hundred i baseball fans t^^Marinette:and vicinity withdsed ^championship baseball game at Irinette Sunday between Sturgeon ..and Oconto.V A large number mo- | p d infromthe country around Mar-1 struck out \"Kramer got a clean single Awhile .600 were from Oconto and but died on first as Brodie was put JOHNSON ACQUITTED about 100 from Sturgeon Bay. It was of the biggest crowds that had Peered, to wit...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

j||!l^^ THE DOOR COUNTY inSWS-V'fEWSWORTH WHILE* VOLtfME THREE STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1916 JUBlLEE^ArSOCCESS Fifty-Two\" Clergy in Attendance. Six Hundred People in Parade Hundreds Attend Services. Banquet Attended By 300 Successful in Every Detail. Each and •Ever y Speaker Loudly Applauded. Fitting Climax to Double Obser- : Tohce. N D t o E R T W B L t « : The banquet Thursday evening, which was attended by 300 people, was a most fitting close to the Golden Jubi- lee and the 30th Anniversary of Rev. Alphonse Broens* ordination to the priesthood. It was ^unquestionably one of the biggest that has ever taken place in the city and those who man- aged the affair deserve worlds of cred- it for their work. The doors of the assembly hall opened shortly after seven o'clock and the many people who were awaiting the start of the banquet filed into the beautifully decorated rooms. Welter's orchestra furnished the music during the banquet. It was only a question of a ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

bodi couimr KBWS sin 20, M « a Mfle o! Fine Highway laid By ffw:tori#eteLrBanks If ith » &ii ^^B^ Roads-in County. .•• ' ^ b r k j o n ^ e Clay Banks road from tiCj&yj-Bantei: town line to Within a iHOTJmfl88 from Sawyer 1B com- peted, the finishing work being done 5 tod. provided for in the contract 6600 ieet in length. 51400 cubic of otbhe were used on it Some |j.tho road buHdera who know a good itch' of macadam road when they i^ itfare^of the opinion that this irtiad is one of the best in the county. Cqhsiderable credit is due Alder- ||SanVJ L, Wiesner, for he personally supervised the .construction of. the ^Sad, making frequent trips there and j||eiiding much time at this work. The i&ary that Mr. Wiesner gets for serv- ing on the city council would not begin fib pay for thei time spent in supervis- ing the construction of this piece of lit, where they expect'to remain in- definitely. R. Seidemann of Algoma was a visi- tor here Sunday, spending the day as the guest ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

The Door County News Catered u iocond-clMij, mrtte JUII _l, *n%4 at the postoffioe at Sturgeon Bay, Wii- Maaia, under the set of March 8. 1879. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS {Incorporated) BABL M. LAPLANT, President and Manager «. A. iiCHOBEBS, Vice-Proaident , jO).,. WAOENEB. Secretary and Treaature*. with a water famine, tout it is under- stood that the inhabitants have been long prepared for such an emergency. —Menasha Record. A4dreil all commuBlc&tiona to The Newi, Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin. Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis. September 20,1916 What would put Door county more o lie map at this time of the year than anything else we know of would -be getting the senator and the govern- or to sit at the same banquet table .and calr it quits. Apparently the, first result of the beneficial experience the soldier boys are getting on the border will be to resign from the militia as quick as they get home—Eau Claire Leader. Wisconsin cans more peas than*...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

SliiittiPiW' i^jt'lBefeatures b t the visit o£ the T ^..u^B^j!JEk»bster8 to. SHur/geon Bay T p ^ ^ ^ ^ d ^ s j g i v e i r ' b y F. A, Can-. m^ttfecntlys secretary to the Good i ^ s association of Wisconsin. Mr. iMW^sppfee troto a n automobile Riding to front of the New Hotel ftfaldo, and the intersection. of the ita Was crowded with hundreds of iplfci: His discussion of good Toads uck a responsive note in the heart |§tiis auditors. Especially, they were on by his high praise of Door county jfebelpg the pioneer county in road 6rk in Wisconsin, and his descrip- of the beauties of this county, the enormous tourist business to fe south of UB, which would be at- ' ited here if Wisconsin had a trunk ie Byatem. After paying a high tri- nite to the Door county roads, Mr. non, among other things, said: ''For some years I have been using e phrase, 'Wisconsin the play ground (the Middle West' to briefly describe is state as a resort state, topogragh- ,_ally and geographically, we are sur- ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

r'T'^r.^srr^iT?!1^^ /\"The BOBBLE WEBBING AT PLYMOUTH .Postmaster Edward M. Perry United In Marriage to Miss Martha Efnns - In Double Ceremony Edward M. Perry, bur well-known postmaster and business man, was unitedi/.-lh -marriage to Miss Martha Evans -of Plymouth at that place $U Thursday. The other principals in ^he doublyi wedding was another Door county bdjvt'OUis Olson of Sturgeon Bay town, and Miss Sarah Evans, the brides being daughters of Mr. and Mrs. M. 6. Evans of that place. The bride of our local businessman needs no introduction to our people as she was principal of the local school for the term of 1914 and 1915 and mafie hosts of friends here. Last year she taught in Algoma piiblic schools and previous to her teaching at this place was principal of the Sister Bay school and thus is widely known thru- out .this county. Her sister Miss Sarah, now Mrs. Olson, is also known locally for she has visited here on several occasions. , Mr. and Mrs. Perry will return after a leng...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

t-TO'V--'--\"»''••- ••-' -~:-r:'-. '•'•'••\"•'!'• ' •'. • ••: \"• i \\ •••\"• •/'' •'•.•••,'•-•'•'• — — . . - — » _ • y — v—.--.~ «•**.*_ r rami i-», vxraass, succe.-i 3iui noniiuee p 5 t ^ s ^ r ^ p a W a iisit at the home of -will as usual this year have,'£ big Thursday morning train. His train fwili for the assembly, had a miraculous B^^fibji JMri. Walter Klmber Monday tent at the fair, grounds and*serve be joined' at Casco by the Kewaunee escape from death' While at Milwaukee &ora^g'OTd left an eleven p^ be delegation, as a large percentage of last week, when his automobile was ^tl^hiome.\" - : •'•''v\"\\----'^ Berved'.every'day/'of-thb-.fair.' A big their number are expected by train, crashed into by a heavy' interurban Efi^aWvesV' here/received' word thte tTOUt djnner will be served Friday, the The governor will be met at the local car and- completely demolished. Mr. ^ k t n f o n n m them of the arrival off las.-t. da» y of the fair. Mrs. Georg- e Hos depot by the S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

foiB^witnut^ MISB Lucy Washburn returned Mon- day evening from a visit at Milwaukee. ? John Stewart left Saturday for Man- ijowoc where he spent a few days Visiting. , '• •:. • p Miss Sylvia Hamachek arrived here Tuesday morning from Kewaunee: to pay a visit with relatives. t Miss Cora Weber returned to Por- estviJIe Monday,, afternoon following ^vistt'heW vStlTfrienas.,- r John Schmelzle of Fc-restvillA was a business visitor in .the city the.fore- partof the week. ' Miss Lucy Haen takes her departure Monday on a three weeks vacation. trip which will be spent at Chicago. \\^ Albert-Kubhv left Saturday for Mil- waukee where he spent a few days on Business.. . ' _ , , . « Elmer Scott takes his departure the i5th of this month for Miami, Florida, $here he goes to better his health '-' .'': t,Sidney Knudson, who teaches school in. the Brussels district, spent the week end at his home in the cityv . .'„ Mrs. Margaret McDonald of Chicago, former resident, is visiting in the city as the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

^gilii^glg^^^^^^^P and That /ro/n I^fanilitlierev:: gA^Jeaacn spent a few days lrgeon-Bay visiting \" withf rela* a.\"/few people of the island advantage of the excursion to Door County^ Pair. [^6 expect to be able to announce ethlngdefinite In the ferjry propo- n within the next ten days. Jackson Harbor school will not be $*-t? ^^jftfcbher first on account f ths 8l6k|§8s 6f MhtfOleo&'S toother. ?** ^«rM0|n t is using some bf its by doing some cement work Plum and Pilot Island, It would be a bad idea if they could see way clear to put that buoy in the fishermen and others who use channel. - ^w«d/ Jarmah^:to s^ Pine Grpye jfotel^at Ephrahn \"last Sunday. :''ji :.'. N' ?0 ' iiv::':7ivr':':-:':S'' ^ Chas. Seller has^cbmmenced falling his silo. Edward Jarmahhas Quite a. number \\to fM.--:::y:ry\\':^'-:':-^r :•--[. Henry Eckert i s laying the founda- tion for a large bariiy40x80on Barney Hahn^s. farmvT .Albert Ohensqrge has finished the foundation for his barn which he will finish...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

THE DOOB COTO.TY W W 8 SEPTEMBER 20, 1916' Tom Mayben was cultivating the com when across the expanse of gold- en brown loam with the shoots of ten- der green-came a terrified scream. He dropped the hoe and ran toward the road from which the sound had come, |u all he could see was a long stretch of dusty yellow In both directions and In the near distance four or five Here- fords grazing peacefully along the fence. : ^ ^ TOm\" turned and saw a girl leaning over, the fence toward him, her hands outstretched In supplicatlorir She was pretty and well dressed. Beside her on the ground was a traveling bag. f ,rWhat'§ wjong?\" he called. \"Is any- J»dy—did anything hurt you?\" \"It's—it's those cows,\" she shivered. \"They're coming this way! Oh, do liurry up and do something!\" \"Sure! I'll chase 'em! Don't be frightened. They won't hurt you.\" He picked up a stick and went af- ter the black and white bugaboos peacefully eating the Juicy young grass in the fence corners. The cows turned...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS SEPTEMBER 20,1916 ONE GREAT DAIRY DRAWBACK (Monotony of Having to Milk Large } Number of Cows Daily Keeps ' Many Men Out of Business. The tedious task of hand milking has jbeeii one of the greatest drawbacks itho dairying Industry has had. The /monotony of having to milk a large 'number of cows each day'has kept many men from entering the business 'when they might have mnde a great ieuccess of it. Machine milking is not only feasible, but it Is practicable, there being thousands' of o\\v3 nm- chlne-mllkod each duy In the country. INCREASING YIELD MILK Two Quarts of Wheat Bran Morning and Evening Will Bring About Desired Results From Cows. If the milk Is sold It will pay to give each cow two quarts of wheat bran morning and evening. Give a forkful of bay or straw to each the first thing in the morning, and after the hay is eaten the bran may be given. This method- of feeding keeps the cows in good order, the milk yield-Is increased and there Is less danger from b...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

Oby the chplr of the S t Joseph church *were Jheirtily applauded and well re- ceived by: the^large audience. The ad- dress of welcome delivered in' William Wright's fiery oratorical style was one of the features of the evening. \"Billy's\" address was so good that It .would be an injustice to him. if it would not be published so all could read it The address of welcome de- livered by him is as follows: Dear Friends: Our purpose tonight, is to enter- tain, pay homage and to welcome our distinguished guests. ,You are all aware, no. doubt, that we have in our midst this evening, among other notables, the Right Rev. Arch- bishop Messmer of Milwaukee, the Right Rev. Bishop Rhode, Bishop of Green Bay, besides scores of other prominent Cathojic clergymen from various parts of the country. This fact: will be a source of deep gratifica- tion to each and every one assembled here tonight It is our intense desire to extend a most cordial greeting to these men whose ranks are soaring to the high...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1916

THEDOOE ^ ^ S f i d ^ & i i n b f detegatlbr^of B:fiob : ^ i 0 ^ S l i e a d e d by: Supt^ ^ufts re- •^^^efe^m^BmWaukeB' Saturday e\\ff '|imii»pfeirt^|ini5'' :^th: itliem over $l6(jl J ^ p r t z M w i d Vproud of the, showing '^Rtv^lie delegation had made at the ii$iM^itaUv Besidescarrying dyt&y | ^ ^ ^prizes they captured, other hon- | i ^ ^ Isabel Berg3land of Haihesville, •••|£ijo?represented Door cotinty in the iSp^llfiginatch, stood third in''the-con-! Steii^v?:B(^.: iaMkB: in Arithmetic and flt^BttntaflBhip have not been received. gjrbia-''girl made a good showing for jj ibpor county and can well feel rightly gPTpudbfthe fact C^lnvepeaking of the' many prizes that } ^poor county captured, Supt. Tufts ^stated that hie was more than pleased j^With the outcome of the visit and in i feet that it even exceeded expecta- • tions. If he had known more definite- ly, concerning the plans, Door coun- jr'tjrv would have returned with several times the number of prizes it capture...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1916

Boasting isAIways em Enfety Business, W Noboby But the Boaster THE DOOR .COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WOSTH WHILE' THREE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1916 NUMBER FOURTEEN ( J T H A X B U D G ET Increase Over That of Last Due to Purchase of Mach- and Municipal Dock. 1 Tax Remains Same Asks for $100 More. Final lent on City Hall Bonds to be This Year. Budget Prepared City Clerk. city budget has been presented e council by City Clerk Lange- • and has been adopted by. that It was made in a clear business •manner and gives the council and ^taxpayers a'concise statement of expenses to be expected this corn- year, together with the probable nues. the amount to be raised is ewhat higher is due to several Additional machinery was glit and a shed is to be erected to se the same the first payment on municipal dock must be met, to- uer with the interest, etc the bath expense has been put in the get for the first time and several small amounts were included to w just what the council must...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1916

HIS® TSK »ow COUNT?mews OCTOBER^ IOIG ADOLPH ARLT DIES A Besldent of This Comity for Great ^v atony Tears. Had Been III lo r }' ^ the Past Several Months ^ £ Adolph Arlt passed away at his iiome here Sunday morning at 2:30, \\\\ following an illness of several montlis \"duration: Death was attributed to Brighfa disease. • Deceased was 6G years of age when summonedby death. His native land M&B Germany, where, when a young ^nan, he was united in marriage to •Augusta Granner. He came to Amerl- ca shortly after his marriage and has resided in this part of the county ever since. Ho has always been actively engaged in farming and performed the work on his 40-acre tract of land, i short distance from hero, until taken 111 several months ago. He was widely known in this section of the county. Ha is survived by his aged fathor, Fred Arlt, and four sisters, namely, Mrs. Geo. Mainz, city Mrs, H. A. . Poato of Menomonio, Wis. who was present at his bedside at the time of his death Mrs. C...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1916

TmS BOOB COTOTY:'jffEWS OCTOBER 4, 1M6 THIS AND THAT from EUG HABBOK Miss Leona Schmidt Sundayed with relatives at Sturgeon Bay. Mrs. Clara Rank is entertaining company from Fond du Lac this week. Mrs. Sam Roscoe spent several days at Fish Creek this week_visiting rela- tives. Jos. Woracheck returned the latter - part of the week from a business'trip to Chicago. Mrs. Jos. Wierich entertained sev- eral relatives and friends from Ke- waunee last week. Mrs. John Hanson and Mrs. Chris Hanson of Fish Creek, attended Ladies Aid .here last Thursday. The home of Mrs. Wm. Neuman at Carlsville is nearing completion and presents an attractive appearance. Mr., and Mrs. Harry Williams of Es- canaba are guests of the latter's moth- er, Mrs. George Kuehn since lastWed- nesday. Don't forget the big dance at Par- ent's hall, Wednesday {tonight.) Mus- ic by the Gloe-Naidl orchestra of Two Rivers. ,.: . -..''• \"..''• . •'.'\"• .•''•.'•' Joseph Wierich, is having a large stone porch built on his house...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1916

S*ber6 will be a turkey shootr at The- / Telltf Haines sold his large 200-acre ^^,s^lace)'do.vn\\Vby..'liay..s)ior.e''Sua- /farm in the town of Sevastopol to Hans ^ui^K.^-\\j ^ , * ^Peterson and'son during the week Mr. During: the week George LarBcheid iPetefson has been working the farm faiad assistant of Green Bay painted for the past year. Mr. Haines and Itwp'large Cream of Wheat Flour slgnsj daughter Miss Ella have not decided the Teweles & Brandeis building. The home of Mr. and Mrs.-Walter Poerfel was brightened Sunday by the rival of a bouncing baby.boy.iMflth- \"and babe are doing nicely. The Nebel Electric Co. now has the agency for the nationally known Wil- lard Battery. Batteries are now on display in the electric shop in the new McNeely building. Mv'.'The J. Feuersteln Music Co. re- ceived a shipment of pianos on the Monday Goodrich boat. The pianos •were purchased by J. Feuersteln while at Chicago last week. : H. Puehler made carload shipments of Ice to Green Bay the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1916

jraEDOOB COTOTT KEWS OCTOBER 4,1&H5* Ed Roscoe of Egg Harbor was in the city Monday, . Dan Fisher of Milwaukee was a visitor in the city Sunday. — Mrs Mike Wolske of Forestville was a visitor in the city Saturday. Revl Erik Anderson of Sister Bay was a visitor in the city Monday. ° : Attorney H. M. Ferguson was a pro- fessional visitor at Forestville Monday. J. M. Blau returned Friday morning from a short business trip to Oshkosh. Fred Bhirdo of Baileys Harbor was a business visitor in the city Thurs- oay. , Alex Johnson of Ellison Bay num- bered among the Sunday visitors in the city. ': A. W. Smith of Ephraim was\" a bus- iness caller in the city Thursday of • last week.-- ' \\:-:'''^y':l :^.. j ,\" T. Empey of Aigoma'transacted business in the city the forepart of the week.' . \" : Frank DeKeyser and August Sawdp of Brussels were business visitors in the city Wednesday of last week, yf- Sam Newman came over from Ai- goma Friday morning to spend i few days here'on business, • ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1916

and That /rom Blli^::aiidl:: There:: 119* £:^Mrs. August Zirbel sr., is on the sick l&VH:-:7 '''-: ^.VV r •*'-. • \\'••'.•'• ^iJois. H. Hafeman motored to Algoma ^|rtday.:\\ •-.••..• . \\ . ^fi^Saan Perry motored .to Sturgeon Bay v Mrs. Henry Alberts was a visitor iit Sawyer Monday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gomoll Jr., rue* ed to Algoma Wednesday. , \\, Breummer Bros, of Algoroa delivery a load of flour here Thursday. 2Wm, Moore was a business visitor »t Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. ' Wm. Hoffman and Alvina Hoffman /were visitors at Algoma Tuesday. Otto Hoffman came down from Stur- geon Bay Thursday for a visit MrB. Wm. Danek of Algoma visited her parents here over Sunday. Rev. Q. H. Berger was a visitor at Little CBute the forepart of last week. Herman Boettcher was at Green Bay Tuesday to receive medical treatment. Jos. Machia and J. S. Haegolo .mo- tored to Sturgeon Bay Saturday. Em11 Meyer and family of Manito- woc motored up hero Sunday to visit with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Na...

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