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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1916

THE POOR COUNTY TTEW8 OCTOBER 4, 1916 The Door County News ' XnWred M aacond-claaa matter inly 1, MU at the poatoffioe at Sturgeon Bay, Wii inula, \"nailer the sot of March 1878. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BI - THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS {Incorporated) BABL U.LAPLANT, President and Manajar 0. A. li0NDBEBQ, Viee-Preaident W. WAQENEB, Secretary and Treaautar. aadreii all commnBicatlona -to Tat Nawa, Btargeon Bay, WUconaln. Subscription Price, $1.5 0 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wls„ October 4, 1916 The other day a traveling man made this statement about Door County: \"You have got one of the finest coun- ties in the United States but the trouble Is you don't let the people of the United States know -what you have got\" The action of the city council in taking up the matter for a new school building in Sawyer is a timely one and deserves commendation. It is something the people of that ward needed and deserved for a long time and their patience in not asking for the same is certainly exceptional.. There is ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 October 1916

•THE DOOE COUSITinSWS^OCTOBEB 4,1916 SUFFERS DEFEAT |own Algpnia by o 38 to 0 rjst Game of. tUef. Sca^ »n Saturday HUSDHEDS ATTEND OPENING Ured a very convincing at the hands of local |pall players when tliey their onslaught by game from the ^sounded until the was Sturgeon ira had the ball of the time L no difficulty I n ^ a k l n g ^ n F V H ^ H f f i a y ' s back- jfield tore thru U I O V K line re- peatedly for long and S H n g a i n s . The local team was H w their Strongest as there were a cowple-.of eubstitutes in the line. When Thorpe* -was hurt In tho third quarter Gabert filled that position, lacking any good knowledge of the signals. No new plays were used and considering it •was the first game of the season and also the first game for some of tho local boys, their showing was an ex- ceptionally good one. McMillan and .Leltl In tho backfteld made good'gains Knudson also showed up well, it be- ing his firs* year behind the lino Thorpe played a good game at quar- ter and th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1916

s h f r y : F&$1 ! * a * £ N ^ ^ THE DOOE COUNTY NEWS—\"NE^S WOATH WHILE \"VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11,1916 AUTO RACE VICTIM Clarence LaMere Dies Monday iNoon From Serious Injuries Sus- tained in Sunday's Races. Sad Accident Marred Races Occurred in Second Event of Afternoon . • Races Continued After. Injured t Driver Was Removed to Hospital. %,. Dana and Hocks Capture Races, v \"Clarence LaMere died Monday morn- ing shortly before noon hour as the result of the fatal Injuries he received during Sunday afternoon's automobile laces when the car in which he was. driving plunged off the track. He was was removed to the JSgeland hospital,\" immediately following the ac- cident, where physicians worked over him. It was ascertained that he sus- tained no broken bones or fractures but that the injuries were confined to his head. An operation was per- formed on his head Sunday evening to relieve the blood pressure and fol- lowing the operation he appeared...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1916

THE UOOtt COUNTY NEWS :tyTOBEJB:. llli M:^i^::-ST:d:P'IG:S SiVWYER SXea flltt took his departure for Manitowoc Thursday ot laat wepk Where? he expects to be employed. ft Christian Anderson, who is* attend- •$jt the Training school at Algoma, spirit'the wee1t-end at hta home. •^Dri ,A-'.vJ«.Kreltzer and family are •ieonteimplating going to California to spehd the winter. K Julius Radtke was in town Monday, going over to the east side where he submitted to a minor operation for the temoval of adenoids. Miss Dora Heilmann left for lola, Wis., where she will visit with her brother Jacob Heilmann, who is locat- ed at that place. CPat - Waiters isi \"niling the job of liity carrier on the east\" side, being substitute carrier for Prank Solomon who IB taking his annual vacation. .\" ••'Miss Francos Tufts, who Is book- keeper for Hunt & Machla, was a Visitor-at Algoma Wednesday of last week. .Esther Votter. of Brussels was here %ho latter part of last week taking her departure for Manl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1916

THE DOOE COPNTX NEWS OCTOBER II, 191G WIS AND THAT -' -'i.1 V.'\" — : from : :—— • HERE AND THERE WASHINGTON ISLAND * Auto Goes 0?er Embankment \"What might have been a serious ac- cident occurred when an auto driven by John Cbristenson went over an em- bankment There were four in the party and had it not been for the thoughtfulness of the driver there is no question but the occupants would have been seriously hurt if not killed. Eddie, and John Binerson and Aimer Anderson were the occupants of tile car. The driver and Eddie were pin- ned down by the car, the others jump- ing clear of it As soon as those who were free from the car saw the pre- dicament of their friends they gave them first assistance^ The car was damaged and the two former received some slight injuries. Mr. and Mrs. R. Eatpugh, accompan-1 He is survived by two broU'iers.-Martin „. and Ole whp reside in. Ellison Bay. , V,.V.,V.,y,.V..\\ Jackson /Harbor school opened last Monday,/the teacher having returned to the/isl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1916

/V&'^iM TBE WiOU0mTtJTOflrg f dCTCfcEBfltf 1916 : S»ihe\\J.-CV Dana Co. received • a ship- ment of Maxwell cars the first of pie •Weefc, v'V •.•'.''-.'•.'. ' '••- , : The macadam road in the village of Efchralm was given a coat of road oil during the week. * |Wm. !H Vliea of BrusselB and Ther- esa LeCIoilx also of, Brussels were granted a marriage license by the 'county clerk Tuesday. The Manltou Lightship which had been at the local shipyard for repairs lett port the first of the week for ita 'Station. - F r e d Martens was in the city Tues- day and collected a bounty from the ctfnnty clerk on two wolves which he ahot the first of the week. Fred's home is in Egg Harbor. ' Members of the Israelite House of David of Benton Harbor, Mich., will •speak at' the /Seventh Day Adventlst church, Thursday evening, at 7:30. on \" T h e Mysteries of the Scriptures Un- healed.\" The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E.~church will be entertained this Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1916

THE nOOB COTTHTf R3EWE OGWBEB 11, 19J«r Ourselves in Print Jake and Ferdinand Babler of Map- lewood were in the city Tuesday. , Mrs. Chas. Vertz of Egg Harbor was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Miss Effie Knudson of Newport was a visitor in the city Monday, Rev. Horatio (Sates of Milwaukee epent the week-end in the city. Miss, Gladys Eames of Egg Harbor was a visitor in the city Monday. Jacob Rosenberg took his departure Monday afternoon on few days busi- ness trip to Chicago. Miss Agnes Geier of Maplewood was a visitor in the city the forepart of the week. The Misses Evelyn Maloney and Ella Seiffin spent Sunday visiting in the • city with friends. . \".: Mr. and Mrsv Chas. Stroobanls^qi .s BrusseJs were business visitors iinTthe city Monday. $~ ••: '• Bob Wahl and I. N. VanGhent of Fish Creek were visitors in the city Sunday. Mrs. Fichtner and daughter of Sis- ter Bay were visitors in the city the Uatter part of last week.. A. W.. Miller spent several days of the past week dn busi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1916

THE DOOR comraf *ms OCTOBER ii,i9ift iiwiphaLt from ^:| p.' :^':Kiint''Arne8oii Dies ' • iWJKnat: Axneaon of the town of Fpreat- St^liB 4ied last Thursday morning, pc- tober 6, of heart failure. ^ |He was born in Valders, Norway, on July 5, 1841 and came to America in i?W together with his parents and his lirottjers Ole, Arne and Henry and his sisters Marit, Mary and Bertha, all of -whom are living with the exception of Henry who died six years ago. j!i Death came as a welcome release to kirn whose life had been one of strug- gle and toll. Up to the day of his death he had been able to take care of him self in spite of his age, aeventy- :lhye years. His daughter, Mrs. George Fellows and her son-in-law Mr. Boe- decker of Algoma and Mrs. Elmer Nel- eon, a grandaughter of Sawyer were those from outside that attended the funeral, which was held from the For- mat church on Friday afternoon with Bey, Jordhelm, officiating. visit at visitor at :.!• Mrs. JOB. Stoneman paid Algoma Monday. i^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1916

TfeyDoq*t&mriiy. News Entcrod M'! teeaad^elsM •MMta, Iti* »t the posteffloe at Sturgeon Ba*%i y ctiiliB , under the act of March ,8. 1870, i PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS ilncarporalfj) lABL M. LAPLANT, President »nd Minager 0. Ju jtiOKPBBBQ. Vice-President W. ' WAGBNBB, Secretary and Treasurer. 4ddr«M all cottunuaicatioiu to The Newi. • • '8tnrfeon Bay. WUconaln. Subicription Price, $1.50 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis , October 11,1910 ' TOTE BY MAIL Tliere ,:'s n o reason why every voter i n the country cannot cast his. vote at the coming election. In past years voters who were called away from home on business matters were unable to vote, but this year provisions have been.made, which are easy to comply with, whereby every man who has a -vote Can cast it for his favorite can- didates, even if he is thousands of miles from his home, The following information has been taken from the election laws for the benefit of our readers, and we request everyone who may be out ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1916

Nominees ^ ^ i ^ i j ^ f ^ T O i ^ t C b i n ^ i ^ / ' i i i j \"Sat- ^^^^^T^eetin^•• Adopted Strtfhfr v Resolutions ^Jfemeieting of-the Republican county llp^rtftteejwas iel at the court house i | | ^ t u ^ l a y afternoon at which the com- ^Jjmltt^men presenjt decided to unqualt- '\"\" a^aiy Support the Republican nomt-' IgriMTO^'ttje.county offices... ' . . \" v j^A^o strong resolutions were adopt- yed tosho w the nominees that they jW'l unquestionably be supported. •y,v^airinaa Barnes in bringing the Jaeeting together remarked that there is not and hover has been a question about supporting the ticket , their course was a clear one and fhat the .entire county ticket, those ..oanilnated to the county offices on the Republican ticket, would receive the support that •was necessarily given by the com- mittee. •\\E.: S. Minor also voiced Ills senti- ibents, by stating that the Republican nominees and the county committee Thad .been elected by practically the same! voters and that the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1916

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS-\"NEWS WOfLTH WHIL TOLUME THREE ' uE' AUTDMNJEDDINGS Lucy Washburn Becomes Bride of Algoma Business Man Saturday. Leave on Wedding Trip to East MissLaureneLaPIantea Bride LaPJant-Erwln Nuptials Took Place Early Monday Morning at the St Joseph Parsonage. Couple Left on Extended Honeymoon Trip. • STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER/18, 1816 Washbnrn-Leischow ..- -• One of the prettiest weddings of the season took place Saturday afternoon when Mlas Lucy Washburn, daughter ' o f Mrs. E. W. Washburn, was united in marriage to Fredrick Lejschow, one of Algoma's progressive young business- men. The ceremony took place at the home of John Feuerstein on Upper Law- rence Ave., and was attended by\" sixty guests, nearly all relatives,-with the exception of a few immediate girl friends of the bride. As the big clock in the hallway of that home struck the Sour of four the bride and groom and attendants de- scended the stairway into the parlor to the. strains of Mendel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1916

THE BOOtt COUNTY KEW8 OCTOBEB 18, 1916 p A large delegation of Sawyer peo- ple were at Little Sturgeon Sunday and attended the wrestling matches and dance which were held at Hum- phreys. The hall was packed with spectators and the wrestling matches proved Interesting ones,\" Ed Aznoo who. met Oundcr Gunder- son lost to that wrestler In two straight falls but put up a game tight-as long as the bouts lasted. Gunder won the first fall in nine minutes and fourteen seconds and took the second fall in nine minutes and ten seconds. Koy Weldon won from his 6pponcnt taking the first and third falls. . • A?noe and Gundorson put up a good match which proved Interesting to the spectators Aznoe stated that it was his last match as he has been forbid- den to wrestle by a physician. Wonzel Ti-lchtler 1)I«H ^Wenzel Teichtler died suddenly at xhls home in Nasowaupee Wednesday -evening of last week, being In appar- ently the best of health up to a mln- utfe'or so before his death. Ho was stricken as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1916

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS OCTOBER 18, 1916 # • * » THIS AND THAT -from HER E AND THER E WASHINGTON ISLAND . A shipment of potatoes w$s, made last week on the schooner Flotilla. Mrs. Lawrence Gislason and her son Gene Rysdorp, expect to be'home Sat- urday, weather permitting. On board the Wisconsin last Sunday on their way to their home in St. Louis were Mr- and Mrs. Fay. Mr. and Mrs. O. t Jensen went as rar as Green Bay. Two propositions have been made regarding the ferry for next year and it is probable that one of them.'will.be accepted by the Island Ferry company at the director's meeting that will be called in a very short time. Mr. anil Mrs. Gill, who hate spent the greater part of the past summer on '\"the island, returned last ,Sunday. On their way home they expect to stop at St. Louis for. a short time and then will resume their journey to Etlreka Springs, Arkansas. \\ •-.'.'•. : EGGHARBOR Married at Algoma • Last Saturday afternoon Eli Vertz and Miss Emma Klansky both of Egg He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1916

THE DOOB COUNTY 1TETWS OCTOBEE 18,1916 Brief Bits %tSTtoe Epworth League will hold a i^Hardi Times Social\" In the Methodist Ifrch parlors next Friday evening. ten pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs, Leo, Lelberg Saturday afternoon. 'The mother and new ar- rival-are getting albng nicely. ^Candidate forCongressDavid Clas- •oo of Oconto la scheduled to speak : t t the north county on Saturday and la the south county on Sunday. jl?eavy frosts visited this county Monday evening and Tuesday morning and In some places ice formed on waiter to a very noticeable thickness. The Congregational church received »-new coat of paint this week. F. J. Stroh and crew of assistants doing the :./«ri»rk.-', •: :•'•'*\"Dr.-'J. S. Ddvls will give a popular lecture in the Methodist church on Thursday evening, October 26th. His •abject will be \"The Cannle Scot and his Bonnie Land.\" jMlss Phyllis Heilman and Mrs. Barn- *rd have moved their, dress making establishment from Sawyer to rooms •In the LaP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1916

, THE DOOR cbrynr NEWS OCTOBER-IS, WIS Ourselves in Print ' E. VanDreese was a visitor at Green pay Monday. Jeff Teweles.was a Green Bay visi- tor Sunday. ' H. L. Peterson: left Sunday morning on a business trip to Milwaukee.. ^Qss Katherine GraasB Spent,Sunday at Green Bay with relatives. \"Miss Grace Peters returned Satur- day morning from a week's visit at Green Bay. • m ' • . Ernest and Albert Isaacson of Sister Bay were business visitors in the city Monday. Julius Schack of Sevastopol was a caller at this office Tuesday, . - . ^V/v /C. E.. Thayjjr of Green Bay was a. visitor in, the city Saturday. - Ferdinand Babler of Maplewood was a business visitor in the city Monday, r Cliff Wright of Milwaukee, was here on business during the week, likewise, paying a visit-at his home while here. Ernest Rackow of Brussels was a business visitor in* the city* Wednes- day pi last week. : ..'\"'.'.• Miss Marie Nelson returned last Wednesday evening from a short visit atGreenBay. Mrs. G. R. Eg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1916

^ ^ ifWiPP THE TlftOK COUNTY I1EW8 OCTOBER 18, lOid faKs e&^That from lere an •l'* ^PBESTTILLE., ' ' ^i^ohn and Tom, Perry motored to ||i«en^B^r:Tue8day. • '.' |||gDr. Hlrschbroeck was a visitor at | Green Bajrlast Saturday. |!K '.Vf. and'• Mrs. Harrison Rockwell were Algoma visitors Saturday. ^JPerdtaand Miller of Kohlberg was a business visitor here Saturday. } .Luebketaann of Chicago arrlv- [|ia here Tuesday and Is paying a visit with J. S. Haegele. |fv• Grain la coming into market pretty lively now days. This is attributed to the good prices that prevail, f, Gilbert Johnson was called home Tuesday from Oconto by the serious -Illness of his wife. •( •. Frank .Trbje, who had rented the Mre. Mike Wolske farm, has moved to Maplewood. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meyer and chil- [/ dren came homo from Chicago Tues- day. Miss Linda Lehmkuhl returned Tuesday from Chicago where she had spent a week visiting. John Seller and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haasch motored to Little Chute Sun- flay in the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1916

THE BOOB COUNT* 1TWW8.OCTOBER 18, 1918 TSiejjpbbr County News \"•'•SaMred''aa lacood-elsu matter July, l, X1 »t the poitoffioe at. Sturgeon Bay, wit- etnain. under tha act of waxen 8. 1879. PUBLISHED WEEKLY B* THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (fncorporoW) 1ABL H. LAPLANT, President and Hanagtr 0. A. LUNOBBB0,, Vice-President W. WAGKNKS, Secretary and • Treasurer. Address all eomnmiiicationi to The Newt, Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin. Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis, October 18,-1916 The primary election' law is .a great law. If I win, if I lose—well I can think of a million reasons why its allmoney wrong. The need of medical inspection in the: schools Is shown in the examina- tion of students for admission' to the university. The medical inspector re- ports that only 25~ per cent of the young men and. 6 per cent of the young women are, perfectly normal: several post office buildings for his district. Candidate Classon, who is seeking Konop's job, spent at great deal of his time ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1916

#SQ^^i^piete ^nd^eiaii(B One.-- W. : ' ^|gGl|^.V^homp8m :.and' :ili\"V^ Gelb, |||!&pre$eptirig the federal and state de- ^ ^ a r t n i e n t s of agriculture,' completed |§|| thfr soli survey of the county Monday. ^ B ^ e work required the greater part of ^ftjfivemonths, Npt a parcel of land was l^-fpyeriopked and the analysis of each jgfi: T'afeel of land was made separately. igy^TSis maps /which will be published p r later CtSy^/Uie federal department of ^agriculture will show In detail ,the ex- |J I tensive work which they- have carried | : out in the past few months. S M During their stay here every part of the county was visited by these men &• and their work carried them from one • ' field to another obtaining samples of j the soil which they forwarded to Madi- y LBon where it is analyzed bx experts in f the state laboratory, who make dstail- :' 'ed reports and from these reports the maps are reproduced. y ^ H . W. Ullsperger of this city who is connected with the sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

***»••Â»,:» IS and the one wh^^ vWMik •kr^SM THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS-«'NEWS WOETH WHILE' VOLUME THREK STURGEQNBAY. WISCONSIN WKDNKSDAT, OCTOBER 25, 1916 MINGJOTOTE. Ellison Bay Selected for Opening Farmer's Week. Program Un- der Direction State University. Dates Set as November 21-23 Field Crops and Live Stock Subjects to be Discussed. Details of Meet in Hands of J. A. Hass, Ellison Bay '•: and Supt. alHlard Tufts. I Ellison Bay, forty miles north of Sturgeon Bay on the \"thumb of Wis- consin\" has been selected for the opening farmers' week program of a series to be held this winter under the direction of the agricultural exten- sion service of Che University of Wis- consin. The meetings will be held for three days, November 21-23. , According to tentative arrangements -the leaders of the Ellison Bay meet- ings will be L. F. Graber and D. S. Bullock, who will talk'on field crops and live stock respectively. Mr. Graber is the secretary of the Wiscon- sin Alfalfa Order, while Mr. Bul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

pOfclfoiirtffc^^ life IS -' lliifiil ! ^ TOPICS of SAWYER New Lodge for Sawyer 'Sawyer is to have a new fraternal insurance organization within its bor- ders, which is to be organized separ- ately from the order on the east side. \\TJh.e order is known as' the Fraternal 'iteserve association of Oshkosh and tlienitteUnp \\f\\ the purpose of or- .•'3g anJz*:.ft'4'v,'.-Sl \"be held this Thurs- day €vining in the rooms above the Sawyer Hardware Store. Henry Alberts, district organizer, has been working here and in this vi- cinity for the past few weeks and has succeeded in securing about 50 mem- bers. \"While the association is an in-- . surance order it will be somewhat so- cial in nature and the members are looking forward to some pleasant so- cial events. At the meeting this evening the Supreme Secretary of the State Rob- inson will be present and give a talk. New Shoe Store E. Bosman has leased the Falk building and will move his shoe store and shoe repair shop into that build- ing....

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