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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

THE DOOB COUNT!*mSM I ie Door County News btered u lecbnd-elaaa matter July t, *U at the poitoffloa «t Sturgeon Bar, WU- «nder the act of March B. 1B7». PUBLISHED WEEKLY BI DOOR COUNTY NEWS C/ncorporatoO ',\"-':7-'\"_: - M. LAPLAHT, Preaidest and Haiugtr jLUNDBEEG, Vice-President WAQKNKB,, Secretary and Treaaurat. Idfeii all cotnmoaieatlona to Tka Hawt, J.. Sturgeon Bar. Wiaoonaln. Snbscription Price, $1.50 Per Year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis, October 25,191C War at best la even in the home. a dreadful thlng- The \"high cost of living\" is hfgh •enoughtoscare any one but a million- aire, and it is doubly so when waste and extravagance prevails In the kitchen. The cost of a bite wasted is not much in itself alone, but multi- plied, many fold it becomes a serious matter. ' A vote for Woodrow Wilson means that you approve of his keeping us out of war. Politicians would have you \"believe that he was not responsible for that fact We all must admit, a prom- inent feature of the\" administrati...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

HEWS OCTOBER 26, 1918 Something | | p ^ e i i i f Itis nothing more |»Mw«wnilWg a MllecUo of moths and ^w^]lm^^^o^'amea^tg,.to relieve your. ^JlipjmB^^ bring | | p | $ « i i ^ you moat ^gs^^^lpeltol^e^worfc^rday struggle. S^^^ Sjj^^t^,''^m)ii)e^ime so Interest 0J^-i|in Vptiwad, afi^.',that:'-you ehi |||*roacli oa the time necessary lor su ^lilSS&^eaing la your business.' • ' ..„..., K-I^ glpgW^t ana restfal, not so deep astogivi ||5p| fpti brain fag for choice, soraethln ^Ipjvfrtiicb will take you oat Into the ope: snp?pfl#!*4* siut give you ^exercise. ^^3 lS: ! nothing more beneficial t *4-'\"*'IV-i •'•'\" -jmost people than walking. Take hike Into the conntryC This Is better done] •With, aeflnlte purpose. Co and get back within a-given time have a defi- nitedestination. Walk fast Don't lag. Study the birds In your locality— their names, haunts, and modes of liv- ing. Perhaps you get enough exercise with your dally grind of work. If so, take up the study of some sub- ject wh...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

THEE DOOE COTJim 105^R OCTOBER 25,1916 ^^: 3Bm^ '^rtote'n8pn' Pat CBoyl ^il^{ to8y,:durlng ''.the. week/ laying..! 0v00a^i^^niviway to the. Watters cot ll?g5tSi^8^:i3hbreside.' . -• B ^ ^ i S . J)avls of Milwaukee -will |lil^ilj& 'l^^ church | t t t t ThnrBday evening.^ ^ J ^ e ladies! .of the: Congregational Afehaw^vlU hbld their annual bazaar rf*o Decemiber 7th and 8th. S Two5 carloads of live stock were flapped to the Chicago market on |tonday^s train by Henry Hopp, the lo- ]ca* dealer. •,'\"••'•' g: M r ^ ^ T.' Harris' entertained the ^lilgh\" school teachers at the. Harris home on upper St John St one even- ing last week. •:£ A rummage\"sale will be held at the .Noll building Thursday and Friday of this week for the benefit of the Mor- avian church.' vj. Frank Slmonar of Egg Harbor col- lected a wolf bounty, .at the county clerk's offlceMdnday of this week. The animal was shot on the 18th. * : Pipes were laid during the week con- necting the Door County State Bank building...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

THE DOOR COUS'TT NEWS OCTOBER 25, 1916 Mrs. John Riley is critically ill at her home in the First ward. - - Matt-Kla»bauf spent Sunday jvisit- ing at Green Bay. ^ ' : T ' Jeff Teweles was a Green Ba? visi- tor Sunday. f Henry Seiler of Baileys Harbor was a business visitor In the city Friday. ' • Richard A. Noelck returned Thurs- day evening from a business trip to outside points. , Mrs G. t. McDonald came over from Algoma Tuesday morning to pay' a •visit with relatives her«. Mrs. F. C. Payne was at'Antigb'dur- ing the past week where she attended the funeral of a friend. • Attorney W. E. Gaeder returned Thursday evening from a :short busi- ness visit at Green Bay. . /,.,._.. .' v ,,. .Isaac Bergsland of Haihesyille paid this office a pleasant call while in the city on business Thursday. John Heldman Jr., of Maplewood was a business visitor in the city sev- eral hours Friday. Attorney John -Kittel ~of Green Bay was a visitor in- the city Friday -of last weekl. ,-'. .'.'^- : R. P. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

THE DOOB COUNTt NEWS OCTOBER 25,191ft afelffr fflK »Ti FOraSTVlMiE ISjjliJi6hnv^?oJ|iake Is now driving his new ||pp^i* Jon^Slb8jiiniade..a Al- ^lt!i^^H8^ey'. :l)arling was a visitor |^S*^Sa^w^the- ftrepart 'last week. |!^5jo1m/.8eiler. made. a. business trip •y^-^gpiai:Tae8day« : • /?^: ~JWlliie.'Gomoll and Henry Lawson §-: motored to Algoma Thursday. (!• ^? Bd Jennerjahn Is now employed by , 'jkrt Lehmkiihl in the meat market ^-v --'Corto& and-'Miranda. Kumm were $:, Green Bay visitors Saturday/ ' H,' * Henry\" I£ossuth of Algoma brought In a fine load of grain Saturday. Luefla and Louise Zirbel were vlsi- at H.'-'panBois' hall was well attended arid,all-report an enjoyable time. Eugene and Arthur Delwiche, John Lamperuer and Jos, Dubauch made a pleasure trip to Sturgeon Bay Friday. Miss Irene Delwiche and 'brother Marcelle left for Little Sfmmico Friday where they will visit their stater, Mrs. Geo.- Mlckle.' • ' ' Miss Lucy Klnard left Saturday for Green Bay where she rec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

ERADICATE FARM PEST ^ A I N FOR PIGS M ALFALFA Cluack Grass Reproduces From Seed and From Roots. \"Two Methods Recommended to De- stroy Weed—Growing Cultural Crop A and Summer Fallowing—Much Labor Is Required Quack grass can be exterminated. ' • SVL Kennard of Minnesota says that the principal requisite is a firm re- solve to rid the farm of the pest. : The weed reproduces both from seed and from underground root stocks. It may be brought to a farm in the form r seed, but the spread is usually by scattering root stocks about with the • Jiarrow or other farm Implement. Mr. Kennard recommends two meth- ods of attack: Growing a cultural crop7 and summer-fallowing. /, Where the land is badly infested the former will require a great.deal of Jiard labor. If the pest iS/to be.ex- -terminated no green portion must be allowed to show itself and that means «ternal vigilance on tlie part of the farmer. It is not enough to keep thd *oil clean between the rows. None of the grass must be permitt...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1916

t THE DOOR COUNTS NEWS OCTOBEIL23, 1916 §|tp|Bfl||Me^|iiig^ ^nntyjSuptMillard ^Tufts Plans Sec ^•tfoiuil:Meetings for Teachers of RgAiConnty. To Be Held Saturday fc••County JSupt. Millard Tufts and Supervislne Teacher Miss Conley have pi^nied a' SeHe3 of Sectional meetings ifor the teachers of the county Meet- i n g s iwlll be held In designated dis- ^tricts every Saturday. .The purpose ^ftb^se,meetings is to have smaller /units sojthat the teachers will be able ivto make'.&•.more definite study of the \"common school manual recently Is- sued by the state. It is imperative that teachers attend these sectional meet- ings and it is highly important that they bring their school manuals with •Ahem when in attendance at the meet- ings^ to which they are assigned. The first meetings of this kind will take place Saturday at the Appleport .: school, two miles east of Sister Bay! and at the Baileys Harbor town school. The meetings are to start sharply at .8:30 p. m: \" The teachers who ...

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

I^^^MM^iinmiMfv^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS-'NEW Wp&TH WHILE' r*\\ PHILETDSSAWYER SPWNGSLEAK Lumber Laden and Bound From Cheboygan, Mich., to Chicago, Leaks Badly Off Jacksonport. Boat On At Baileys Harbor Unnsadcr and Lighter Advance (Jo To Aid of Steamer. Advance Broke Away .Friday, Released Monday. Direr J£urdy Injured. The -steambarge Philetus Sawyer, lumber Jaden and bound from Che- boygan, Mich., to Chicago with her •cargo, was leaking badly when pass- ing along the lake «hore near Jack- sonport and Baileys Harbor Thursday. The boat was filling rapidly but Capt Lindale thought a t first that the boat tould safely make the. canal and put in at Sturgeon Bay in safety. How- ever, the water was gaining rapidly and the skipper decided.to turn back, ao when a short ways off Jacksonport the boat was turned around and head- ed for\"Baileys Harbor. The boat-was rashed into the harbor *t that northern town and it was a jierry race, the boat just beginning to settle before her bow nosed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

mmm jftfjireftlt^^ WH^^^M0^K^ gllSRS^^^^^ g Herman Hembel Went down to For- •estvllle Sunday for a visit Jake Reiss, the well-known Green 33ay cigar maker, \"was a business visi- tor here the forepart of the week. Mrs. Jas. Hall came down from Cas- co Monday morning to pay a visit with Iterfriends. Mrs. A. Chaudoir left Saturday for Milwaukee to pay a visit with rela- tives and friends. - •••j Mrs, Albert Samuleson took her de- •partufe Saturday for Chicago where she will visit with relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Jule Mallien and child- ren left Sunday for Green Bay where they went to pay a visit. Hans O. Halverson took his depar- ture Saturday morning for Manitowoc •where ho will visit. Sophus Larson, who Is sailing on one of the Hill boats, visited at his •Home here a few days during the week. Arthur Stephan of Chicago is here paying a visit with his brother Post- jnaster-Wm. Stephan and his parents. Mrs. Hilton returned to her home In Algoma Monday morning, following a visit at the home...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

Poor County News W^LA U iecond-elaM matter July l, Iffihe pofWffloe «t Sturgeon BsyTwI* ***£!*** act of Marci 8, X8TB. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BX HE DOOR COUNTY NEWS rnnijji. LAPLANT, President «ad Manager IjL yjNDBEBG. Vieo-Presideni W4GENE& Secretary-and Treaaurtr. m all communication! t o The N«w», Storgepn Bay, Wliconalo. bjtriptioo Price, $ 1 . 5 0 Per Year. on Bay W s , November 1, 191Gmany «His Pen Or Tour Life\" ['His Pe\" o r Your Life,\" is the title J a strong editorial indorsement of lesident Wilson that is published in i Detroit News, a paper of indepen- at politics. The Neyrs^says: j\"A great deal of fun has been had ler note-writing, although we used to ] fond of quoting, \"The pen is might- than the sword.\" But President bison has had jttSt two tools he could le-r-his pen with his brain behind it, 1 your life. • \"That is all he had. He could send |tes, or he could send human lives. s had to use either the tools of diplor acy, or he had to use American fath- |s a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

illllllll^^ .CC0P5Tl«r»t 1916, by the McClure News-. ?•' Tie Oonveiitlon during the afternoon bad been••\"* busy one, and the men ^wereHglad to gather for a comfortable : moke and[ chat in one of the smok- ing rooms ° ^ ^ They -were • ttdnlng^ehglneerB and had come from different parts of the West. Naturally, while the cigarewere going, stories be-, gain) to appear of ^experiences that ranged from the tragic to the ludicrous. Finally, they swung, under the guidance of the spokesman of the group. Granger by name, to a consider- ation of what might be called the meanest act they had ever witnessed. After, varipfla experiences bad been related, a man who was known to be a friend of Granger spoke: \"Suppose you picture yourself driv- ing up a winding road in New Eng- land, up among the hills, and coming to a lane that leads to a house set some distance back. It_ is almost twi- light, and as you approach you see a figure at the entrance. Driving ncar- erWyou find the figure is that of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

?&<• MSpE THE POOR COUXTY NEWS NOYEMBER 1, 1916 Jlltlf§*:-- * b ^ r t t ? ^ S ^ * h e preaaejUalefectore of one party, mark a cross (X) or otter mark in the circle (0) under tte party f e f e a t t M l l I I Democrat vPorPresIdent ^WdppROW WILSON j For^VlciB-PreBldentr— THOMAS R. MARSHALL Electors of President and Ylce-PresJdent JUDGE JOHN C. KAREL El JUDGE' J. E. DODGE HENRY MQEHLENiPAHl ' CHA& H.::WEISSE'?1^: JUDGE ALDROsJENKSr W^ J. KERSHAW ! VINCENT J SCHOBNECKER : OTTOHC^WERNECKE i :J.':H^3ERNA^N|i|S :Ii,' j . ^STER^GKi ,: ANDREW R. MCDONALD JOHN R MATTHEWS\" jdA^HOBEj Prohibition :For/President^:'feS-S ^|TRA^vHANW if For Vice-President— IRA LANDRlTHi Electors of President and Vice-President ANTHONY J. BENJAMIN PRANK R. DERRICK CHAS. SCHLAFER JASPER DEXTER HERBERT S.: SIGGELKO Republican For President-^•':'v-l- V•:'^^ : CHARLES E.HUGHESC:\"'M For Vice-President— • CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS Electors of President and Vice-President L. K. BAKER JOHN S. MEDARY EI WILLIAM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

THE BOOB COUIfTT JflBW8 ]fOTTEMBEEi i5l6 rief Bits vjthelM. E-. church ai bazaar on NOT (church parlors, i close at eight ings of the enter- the Woman's club, ' berCthu pjjlrVVfriearhV of Miss lathered' at the Hun- ||torth Church street and spent a most en- for the first num- „ ^avdub entertainment l ^ d j l k the lobby of the eight o'clock Monday :^qt live stock were local station Monday «w3b^D^||hiiiiped by Henry Hopp -:'tiic^i|||Siiy.: j68.--Worachek of If H M 5 ^ ^ | f r : ^ : t / \\ : . 5 , , ^ : aip|«^Ed: Fldle r moved .into. ^ « p | ^ p | i f i e ' f l r 6 t : o t . t h e week. i s n e ^ B ^ i l n ^ ia Jocatqd on Peter fetf^PpiSr8t::w ard and was just ^opie]^^|g . ^ :vr.-'. • |fayit^^M: air© out for an informal B J ^ | | p | | | a t t h e . New Hotel Waldo |(^^^^eolng,-: ' .Novembcr -2nd, ^^m^0O/]\\twelve'•• o'clock. The tyiplfielng-given by the proprietor ift|^Jiej e Motor Soles Co., recolv* a S ^ j l ^ shipment of Dodge cars E™^. '5.The caTa. were tho new f ^ i | ^ an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

THE POOR COCTTYNfcTTS SOYEMBEBl. lftie Jos. Hugenroth of Sister Bay was a visitor in the city-Saturday. - = m August Johnson of Jacksonport was a business visitor in the city Saturday, Mrs. Chas. Klansky of Egg Harbor was a visitor in the city Saturday. '*•\"• Miss Fannie Vose spent the week- end at Kewaunee as the guest of her friend, Miss'Lucy Sibree. . M i s s Dorothy Gregory of the high school faculty spent the week-end vis. iting at Green Bay. • Miss Ella Mae Washburn returned last Wednesday evening from a visit at Milwaukee. , Miss Cora Weber of Forestville Bpent severaL days of the past week visiting in the city with friends. Henry Ipsen motored down from .Ephraim Thursday and spent several \"hours in the city on business. H: A. Dvorak, income tax assessor of this district, was over from Ke- waunee Monday on official business. t George H. Van, of Sister Bay spent several hours in the city Saturday on' •business. • \"'* Sam H. Newman of Algoma was over ^ojmi that city Friday o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

THE POOR mUTSTY NEWS ITOVEMBER% 1916 re:: CLE.-,-:- Algoma Sat- jfck left Friday for raa a: JSturgeon :'-&'v ••: -.-'-'V.'.,' '\"•••' ^ went to Kewau- |ia visit irussels was a vlsl- |on business. \"left Monday for she .will- be em- Ibw took tier': depar- week for MIl- • Tbrnado was here ig: the past week on ayer piano was put |ttf the Hotel Central id Mrs.'August Zir- Sturgeon Bay on wedding dinner W asserved in Uie even ing to relatives and friends'..•'at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Thom- as dsmunson. A reception and dance followed. The bride 1B a daugt&er of Mrs. Andrew Knudson and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Madoche. Both parties in the marriage are popu- lar and well-known people of this town and they have the best wishes of hosts of relatives and friends. »t? Ififsnt to Sturgeon Bay Img^while Sam motor- J Saturday. ' tfjfter'.came up from Al- to pay a v l s i t with ^Mrs. Emil Weber. , Jule Henquinet lefX iSreea'Bay to pay a visit pii^l^^Bo to Le...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

'This is theforest primeval, T^ and the Thus says Longfellow in the famous v American poem, \"Evangeline.\" From before the days of \"Evange- ine,\" HEMLOCK, year on year hrough more than two centuries, has een one of the standard building umbers of America. That's why it is ailed \"Old Faithful\" HEMLOCK, st it. It vrill be faithful to YOU. :-.•'••••.:/:.'••....'.T . •\".•:•' --:'.- 4 T h | | | ^ Manufacturers •: (pf Wis. and Upper Mich.) Offices at Oshkosh, Wis. DB. GODDABD will be at the WALDO HOTEL at Sturgeon Bay, Wis, on MOMAY NOTEMBKB 6th Consultation Free. THE TRUTH-a„a th e PROOF \"WORDS AND PR0MI8ES ARE ONLY GOOD Dr. Goddard • WHEN BAC SEP UP BY DEEDS.\" * \" This'axiom is just as true today as it was when Socrates uttered it hundreds ot years ago And I attribute my success as a specialist princi- pally to the fact that I neTer attempt to treat cases that are Incurable, and second that I back up my claims by abjolute proof. HERE IS THE PROOI-: They Say I Cure Do You Believ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 November 1916

THE POOBXOinnT KEWS i m vCrowd Gfttlicrod at Opera House ^ ^ ^ ^ k ^ i ^ t l ^ o ' ^ b ^ e r a House Friday ^ ^ p | ^ i ^ r ^ a j a t ^ a t : , p l i i c e this season ^^^^aTt^al^^tical^speeeh,' : Congress^ ^^^^^ma^-F^Konop, made an elo- ^ l ^ ^ ^ ^ e ^ c u and Wais frequently and ^ g l w ^ ' a p p l a u d e d during the course of Jfil'sj'.T^k^6 iS'very^lye- issue of theday |||i§|§jUjg^frbver by the representative of | J ^ e ninth district and he frequently Kbroiight out the many good and con- ysi^ettyevilaws passed by the Demdcra- •& congress and the great bemocra- ?V^ccoresident. His speech was one of J'the most notable of the fall campaign «and bne of the most interesting that K o local audience had an opportunity : of listening to during the present po- |liUcarflght :.-...., . y i The local band boys were on tho job and shortly before eight o'clock rend ered several selections in front of the opori^ house and: played their final Concert in the Interior* of that place. ':C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1916

R COUNTY' mim '•:f THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WOETH WHILE' f|| WM& Wmg0£ TOMOpXBUREK STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1916 NUMBEE NINETEEN REPUBLICANS CA NATIONALTI HEATH Ch\\IQ THREE Mi°h- and Was30 years of a^e- When U l l f l l l l LliLLoJ lIlflEiLl about 10 years of age he came to this Mrs. E. G. Karker Passed Away Tuesday Morning An Invalid For The Past Eighteen Years. 18. Mac Millan Died Saturday I Jfrg. Nic Simon, a Resident of This Place For Sixty Years, Bled.Sat*, uraay, Following an Illness of a Year's Duration. Mrs. E 6. Karker Passes Away Death on Tuesday morning relieved [lilrs. E. G, Karker from a bed of suff- ering. She passed away at her home ^at about 4:30-a, m. Mrs. Karker \"has been an invalid for 118 years, the last years of which she spent in bed having suffered a paraly- i -tic stroke which left her utterly help- I'less. During the past six years she has suffered untold tortures and the Angel of Death came on Tuesday : morning as a blessing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1916

THE EOPB COUNTY KEWS ^OTE3WBER 8, 1916 pl p^E-L:::Y : TOP i e s of SAWYER \" M r . and Mrs. Adam Brink spent Sun- day visiting at Green Bay. -!::\"postmaster-./Ed M: Perry motored : down from ForestviUe Monday and spent a few hours here on business. / A r t h u r Stephan returned to Chica- go Saturday following a visit here with ^relatives and friends. v MrB. Otto Papke returned to her iome in Milwaukee the latter part of last week after a visit here with rela- tives, '* Now that election is over the favor- it© theme of discussion is. over and talk will drift back to the European war again. , • Dr. Conrad Rogne arrived hero Fri- day morning from Chicago to pay a visit at the homo of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Rogne. Walter Stephan left Sunday for Mil- waukee where ho will take up a com- mercial course and further his edu- cation along those lines. Prank Knuth was a business visitor at Sister Bay Friday of last week, go- ing up thoro to put a tractor in oper- ation. Mrs. Emll ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1916

THE DOOR COUNTY ,JfEWS NOVEMBER S, 1016 THIS AND THAT from [ER E AND THER E EGG HARBOR A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto WoltaeneW Thursday. Mrs. Frank Haskins and son of Fond du Lac, are guests of Mr. and Mrs, James Haskins, Mrs. Geo. Columb\\vi&itea with her parents in Depere las$ week, return ing home on Sunday. The Casper show will\\be given at Ahlear's hall, Carlsville.N^ednesday and Thursday evening. Chas. Henschel and family of Sevas- topol took part in the huakingVbee at Fred Martens, Wednesday even' The Misses Anna and Mary Graf of Sturgeon Bay were gjuests at the Charles Martens home on Tuesday and Wednesday of last. week. Fred Martens gave an old fashioned husking bee Wednesday evening that was greatly enjoyed by his neighbors. About 100 bushels of corn was husked. A card social, and fancy work sale •will be given at Parent's hall, Wednes- day. Nov. 15. Lunch will be served by the ladies of the Catholic church. All are cordially invited. Political, speeches were giv...

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