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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1916

gg^ajllll^ ^pe^!f%uiiJttee w}ilcit: wa8j-autli(yrized. | | | ^ P ^ : ? t o b p ^ ^ : f e o ^ r vAth district fs||ji^^!iiiHiW^^ .Who ^ gpaEjseii. lil9 jad^eiit :4m.'' ibe'bdnstrne-' ||«^t|ti&n: of ? t^ r^arU6uIwfc piece :of-road' ?|^^jr^Ke ^tude:'of the county board in '|^i\"c|c^^a|id ':OTerye meeting,' held todate l l l f : :^fflftos!-.'.tte': present session has been 0-:: .',}-favorable to better roads for the coun- :?QfO^ It is evident that,the road ques- y ^'9?1^ nO small one and hardly a day Y^a^os but one phase of other of the & v v^Jiifehway question does hot come up for .'.•Y'-^iBCussibn. :,• '\" \" ^he action of the^ county board in -Y appointing an auxiliary: committor to : act In connection with the highway v cqinmisBion on the road problem was . an Important and a good move. The • ' i forepart of last week the problem of i oiling the roads and repair work was Y-V- brought before the board and this com- Y\\7-mit tee was appointed to go into the . \\ matter with th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1916

'\" THE BOOB COUNTY Nk^WS NOVEMBER 29,1916. S^ft WHS: ANDTHAT frot HER E AN D THER E WASHINGTON ISLAND •Jibe Island-i'erry e ferry project -went a step for- ward when the county board saw the necessity of aiding the movement by a donation of ?500. Bo I Anderson, in an able and con- vincing way, presented the project to the county board which was soon fol- lowed by a resolution making the ap- propriation. In the paper Mr. Ander- son presented to the board he told of the necessity of having some means to connect the main road on the pen- insula side with the county highway road on the island of the amount of traffic that was possible and the num- ber of autos, etc., that were limited in their traffic. It is unquestionably one of the best things that has been done for the island for years and is in keeping with the wonderful pro- gress that Washington Island has been making in the past few years. In all of the board's undertaking this year, Mr. Anderson tried to. do the right thing and...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1916

THE DOOB COTOITI IffiWS N O J E ? ^ J5L /The schools will have their usual Thanksgiving vacation. r It Is expected that the Sunday-''trali» 'WWch is Btill In service will remain m the, run until after the holidays. ,. M.^iL. B*v.Mlnbr.-'lost- a valuable horse 4nrlng the week. The animal was 111 only for a short time. Aire you still boiling your drinking water It you are not you had better : t o continue to do so. Take no chances v » t all.. :-./-. : Louis Solomon is assisting Agent A. Batlike at\"'the Goodrich dock, having '•jeslgned his position at the People's v: atore. . Dr. T. D. Williams will preach and told quarterly conference In the Meth- odist church, Wednesday evening, De- cember 6th. Among the new typhoid fever cases reported this week is that of Arthur . Xiong who was taken ill the latter, part of the week. Jos. Petersllka Is advertising a big dance to be held at his popular hall Thursday (Thanksgiving evening). Ho Is guaranteeing the usual good time. Union Thanksgivin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1916

THE BOOB COUNTY Sti\\i8 XOVEMBER 29,1916. Frank Schuyler was a Green Bay •visitor. Sunday. . Ai J- Genlesse silent Sunday visiting at his home in Green Bay. Dan Fisher of Milwaukee visited in the city during the week. Jacob Rosenberg was a Green Bay visitor the forepart of the week. Sam Perry of Forestville spent last Thursday In the city on business. Capt Peter Batchelder went to Green Bay Thursday. Matt Klaubauf was a visitor at Ke- vraunee Sunday. . Frank Oldenberg of Baileys Harbor •was a visitor Fn the city Sunday. Miss Amelia Martin left Monday af- ternoon for Oshkosh to pay a visit with her mother. Miss Florence Anderson returned Saturday from a few weeks visit with friends at Milwaukee. Leo M. Kohlbeck of Algoma spent a few days the latter part of last week in the city on business. Mrs. H. Welcker of Fish Creek was a visitor in the city the forepart of the week. Fred Burlo and family moved to Green Bay Tuesday, which place will be their future home. Miss Nina Wieting returne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1916

'•W&M %:&i%(&&*%Mi$i&$M ra» jwofi iMrtEs?* :NT&V^'^VKMBEK^29^ i9ie. S Hereihd There :: ^?^,.:j.: FORBSTVILLE' 'Ai John Seller jr., was a visitor at Al- ^' Bwna-MondaSr.:'..•J • ' '..' *• •'•''\" \\ Mrs. Hernian Bbetteher and son .Barney were 'visitors at Algoma Sun- ra. Jos. Linzmeyer went-to Green\" 3fly^Kuesday for a visit WnMHoffman and George Lehm- \\Kuhl ware at Algoma Tuesday. , otoj Ba^ler-^of Maplewood was ifire T^uTSaay on business/ Perry was a business visitor •t.Sturgeon Bay Thursday. Luke Keogh went to Green Bay Fri- day. .'.. Mrs. Mike Krueger went to Breum- anersville Friday to pay a visit Julo Henqulnet went to Beaver Fri- day, returning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. August Wilkio were Tlsltors at the county seat Monday on business matters. Mrs. John Weber was in attendance at the Zottol-Halloway wedding in Kasewaupeo last week Monday. Carl F. Jennerjahn of Maplewood was a visitor in the village on business Monday. Mrs. Chas. Pllrisho and daughter Ir...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

Ati Excellent Way to $et0id of a Grouch is to forget That You Habe tBe E DO THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEW WO&TH WHILE' :-^'•^'.i'•!.^A%, BE:, Kp^FOG irolina Strikes Reef OH Creek Sunday Evening pound., For This Cify* STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6, 1916 NUMBER TWENTY-THBEB Tom From Bottom /Brings Automobiles to City. ng Tngs arid Dhers Now Dig to Get Boat Off It Prom- joe a Difficult Task. Bamer Carolina, Capt Jerry 'f, of the Goodrich Transit Co. I'.niear Stony Creek, town of jiks Sunday evening shortly. o'clock -while bound from §C to this city heavily laden i»ht. A dense fog prevailed at |and the stranding of the boat ited to that fact, rolina did not stop at kewau- lgoma, but headed directly ianal as the captian was anx- |eaeh this,city with his freight lrly#the six Buick automobiles had on* board for tlie J. C. Ui the local agents. The boat ig along at a slow rate of Id evidently got in too close to § that'runs out into the lake Creek. The boat hit the reef it...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

wmmmomw® msmwYER iBay Dewiness Place ^ | a ^ ]PaU^ & Pauly Cheese Co., R:^Fldher maiiager, now owns the ? * ^ ^ o ^ e use'd (or their, business. A ii^ywa8,:cl6sed: Saturday with h. M. /^Washburn j whereby, the large cheese nfimxBecame owner of the property. ie Pauly i & Pauly Co. is doing an : *«xten8lyeybusiness and contemplate . OQUmerous'•'. improvements about the i^IaceVwhlch will better facilitate the 3iandllng of Uie' thousands of pounds •^ f cheese shipped from that place. JVLAmopg Uie big Improvements that will '^abe made about the place is the erec- ,, pUpn of a large Ice house and cold stor- &|ige plant in the rear of the property. f*The ice house will be sufficiently/large ^ipi house eonugh ice for their own con- isumptlon. The cold storago plant will be a val- ^juable addition to that business and is ta great thing in caring for the cheese an keeping It In the best condition. : - On Monday a crew under Road- ^snaster H. M. White of the G. B. & W. MB. R....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

THE POOS cpuynr mira DECEMBER 6, wie Governor's Dilemma By HAROLD CARTER Copyrieht IMS, by W. G. Chapman.) The governor was not playing the me as It should be played. That nch was common talk at the capitol. [t was all very well for him to take p an attitude of opjtosition to Boss iloyd, but why had he run for gov- ernor under Lloyd's auspices? He finust have known Lloyd was not giv- fiag away something for nothing. There were some who justilled the ^governor in claiming that a man con- p6t get into political life at all un- less he is • willing to accept some | «hady backing. But Governor Peters :%ad swung round the minute he took lin e oath of office, announced that he '•sinennt to be the \"People's Governor,\" $fcnd fought Lloyd tooth and nail, and (Hfought him to a standstill. |- Peters had been Boss Lloyd's law- jji fyer in the old days. He knew the igfecret tragedy of his' life. Peters' /jgj.-wlfe had left him a few years after |f'4helr marriage, taking with her their if- pnl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

THE BOOB COUSTX ?WW8 DECEMBER 6,1916 News sfa. NEWS TTOMUT«. Thi H»wi, Jiln. fvper Year. ^^?iPlwpiik:6, : 1916 IMdi wUl meet witii emphatic approval.— Green Bay Press-Gazette, Nov. 28th. H i P ? ' : * W | l p i i t t g e o n Bay M ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ t i d e C - i t Q ^ r i n g to ipfielr Btb^ftfejJlolJ&y season as ^ S ^ . ^ P a ^ l ^ ^ C n r I s t m a s •B&:: M '«. , |^^ia3any:,clt y of K * ^ f l ^ ' l # ^ ^ m i t - s t o T e s are Pgt^nnly^e&afi^a-painstaklng mpP:*eirramn.^u8tomer8.. Their W ^ ^ s » l ^ e : | ^ b ^ : i T h e r e are J p W e e n r momopjHBt|y^ayB before » # ^ t S M e ! iHlsS&Basr trying .„. jlmefor-ml ioyfl^ltoiks' why not lllfejjii^^ public P^«*yant9-itlie clerW^a^/fstore man- M0m^Qet fmr ipwctiiwttig vrell in i||S^d-1 during:'tii8 n^t^ten dayB—1)uy Kwhiior:tbe:|clecUona^o:|iumorous and 'fe^^•to^wrrr!patlei^^Md'•i a' .gentle g^icej'with' yon* in^ur^Bnopping, it M|^m h elp':niBch md ^ & e at real Ghrlst- ^^Bft~ia i^^pji. goo^Be^r::-for both ^gteflcs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

HAPPENINGS OF THE l NEteORHOOD Green'Bay—Superintendent of \"Brown County Schools L. J. MarteH '-was granted an increase iti. salary from .$1500*0 $1800 by the board of super- visojr'wi \"their recent session. -Mayor Shtlbauer V0f Algoma has sounded the death knell of punch boards and similar gambling devices. He has given the pool rooms,: ice cream shops and cigar stores until the 1st of December to dispose of what they now have on hand. Section 50, of the revised ordinances of Algoma makes the operating of punch boards, slot machines, and other contrivances of chance unlawful. Eastern barrel manufacturers have agreed to standardize their tight band ood barrels in eight\"universal types. America's output of 1 timber since 1850 would make a solid board wall 10 inches thick, 100 feet wide, from the earth to the moon. America's lath production since 1850 would reach 3,000 times around the orld. There is $500,000,000 invested .in United States lumber plants. Greater efficiency is the g...

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

THE POOR COUNTY NEWS DECEMBER*, 1016 ^ Brief Bits :: iiaTCrtiaed letter list: .Joe Hailing, £ ! £ vJ. Beau, Clara jErickson, Ethel ^Jtaoon Mts. Anna Myers. :: ^ There'is still time to do your Christ- iaas shopping early, but you will have ' t o get busy soon for there are only 15 more shopping days left • \"Thedance given by A. Kretlow at Upelck & Paus* hall Tuesday evening /was well attended and all who gather- ed report a good time. The December meeting of the W. C. ^ T J . will be held at^the home of Mrs^ Wm. Gabort next tfues.day afternoon, December 12th. Rev. O. N. Jordheim and Supt. Tufts were in attendance at the meeting. The other member Wm. Jess of Washington Island' was unable to make the trip from the island to Algoma, Monday night was Country Store Night at the Crystal Theater and the following persons were holders of lucky coupons and received prizes: Mrs. LaVassor, a bag of flour Lucille Whitford, a bag of potatoes Mrs. Mev- erden, one pound of'nutter, and Harry ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

THE BOOR COUNTY'•': rEtfS.'.DECEMBER G. 1916 Ourselves in Print Baudhuin spent Tlianksglv- is'home in Brussels. Butler of Ephraim was a in the city Saturday. FiBcher..of -Maplewood was a visitor ia.tlie city Saturday, aes Ed M. Perry and Dan f Forestville were visitors in Saturday. Zastrow and Francis Foate \"itors at Green Bay Sunday. Stoheman sr., of Forestville busines visitor in the city Mon- id Mrs. Henry Detinan of Map- were visitors in the city Mon- Corboy spent from Wednesday unday visiting at his home in Agnes Geier of ^apiejs6pd^.$, r in the. city tlie latter i part week. J. J. Pinney spent a few, days g at Green Bay the latter part week. ry Feteer returned Wednesday g of last week from a short visit lwaukee. edenfeld arrived here Monday g from Milwaukee on one of his ical visits. n Larson of Ellison Bay was a ess visitor in the city the' fore- of the week. and Mrs. Peter Haen spent Sim- vislting with relatives and friends uxemburg. • .- iss Minnie Kodanko of Baileys bor w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

I l t f i i i i l l f f g l ^ mmnm FOEESTYILLE v' Death of Mrs. Hintz At an early hour Monday, death claimed Mrs. Katherine Hlntz, one of i iUie oldest and well-known ladles of Shipped last Monday by JOB. Stoneman. the Hotel Central, arrived he day and took possession Thursday the, 30'Ui. All wish them success in- their, new undertaking. \\ - ' • • • • • • ' . ! • . . - • ' . ' • . • * \\ ' Jul e Henquinet, wif•e and' family••, de- parted for their new home at Beaver Saturday, They take up their resi- dence on a farm at that place which was included in the recent hotel deal. f The largest hog ever shipped out of Forestville, according to reports, was tbis town. ' i Mrs. Hintz was 88 years of age. She 3s aurvived by her husband who is 94' jrears of age and in spite of his ad- vanced years,is enjoying good health. v^'The' funeral took place \"Wednesda•y afternoon at two o'clock from Laitheran church, Rev. Berger ducting the services. The funeral was' largely attended. The pall-bearers...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

THE JiOm COPSTY lfeW8 DECEMBER «, 1916 fSK BAILEYS HARBOR Fred Ridings and family b£ Ellison B a y were Sunday visitors iri town.. Lester and Gussie Brann and Cecil panter spent the Thanksgiving vaca- tion at their homes here. ' Sam Londo and family were called to Kenosha Tuesday by the serious ill- nesB of Mr. Londo's sister, v Miss Annabel Jameson left Wednes- day fc her home in Jacksohport to spend Thanksgiving. Barney Cliapek was called to Al go- ma last week by the death of his fath- er who is one of the old settlers there. 'New single seats were installed in The box social at Dist No. 8 was well attended. The lunches all sold for a good price and nearly twenty dollars was realized by their sale. Miss Sigrid Paulson who teaches school at Fish. Creek, spent Thanks- giving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JEUmer Paulson. ' The farmers of this township are go- ing into dairying more and more and it is surprising the amount of good dairy stock that is found in this sect- i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1916

: THE 1)Q0B COtiyry *XJffi?iC&mi$i\\>ib' Income Tax Payers :$^j^nmued trpm' :p^g^ &$^M-^ GIBRALTAR':v'-r-'^'. \"AV \"Anderson f..v. '. ^v...'.•.'•.v'.v'.i.' ' eJ &iSmith:v.Vv:.v:.. y. .y.y..\". -.'. •: kMrfcvH:'HA.: Anderson ..'.' :.'...'. iMrs^H.Welchery.. .. ..:... \" Itbbert Long : . . y . . . ' . . . . . . . . . . . W-m-:^- JACKSONPORT .'..: \"August Anschutz ..... ^SdhJi TSies.i.\\............... :fR/ Lehmana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' ?Malh Peffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIBERTY GROVE \\L E. Evanson iv .. ....iV. . Peter Knutson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liberty Grove Pro. Co. . . . . . . Chas: Ruckert ..'..'. . . . . . . . Frank Seaquist . . . . . i . . . . ^•^.^..^•-•-.•'rJASEWAUPEE C. Desombre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . •.'•Hv Goettelman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moses Greenwood Chas. Grassel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mel, Haines Lars Jensen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amund Olson ... . , , , , i . . . . ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1916

so M: or Shall X2fy0i^^ THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE* TOlJUSIiE THfiEE STURGEON BAT. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY DECEMBEB 13, 1916 NUMBER TWENTT-FOtB Ml BIG WRECKER ON JOB rji|lÂ¥recldng Tug FavotSe of The Great Lakes Towing &• Wreck- ing Co. Working on Carolina. Sough Weather On Monday Powerful Boat Expected to be Ready For Pull Soon. Cement and Dynn- jatte Are Factors That \"Will Be Used to Release Her. pansion engines, and has two large boilers. It is necessary to have two boilers due to the use of pumps, wind- lasses and other things operated be- sides that used tor the usual power of propulsion. Capt. McCummings is captain and wrecking master, having full charge of all work. A crew of 20 men is re- quired^ to man the boat A big task the boat will tackle when she leaves here is the releasing of a 600 foot freighter that went aground in the Georgian Bay region. The Fav- orite will probably work on this job throughout the winter. \"With favorahle weather the Carolina will, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1916

«iwii^iiiim:i^ wmmwmR TENDERED BANQUET IDr.KrcItzer and Family Tendered a ':K gton Lutheran Church Sunday .,..., Softer the usualservices ui the Nor- fwegiaja Lutheran church, Sunday, act- sing lipbn the suggestion, of Oscar /Haines Dr. Kreitzer and family, who \\«a ^ ieavtag f^r the west, were sent j ^ r by a dplegatloA of church people, /&ndupward of 200 people gathered at fta banquet board In order to tender \"Ithe doctor and his family a fitting ewell. .'• rhe occasion was a momentous one :3vnd showed In what great esteem the •doctor and family are held. A sump- •tuoii8 vdinrier was served, the table be- \\lng fairly loaded down with good jthtags to eat All enjoyed the meal Igreatly, there being only one regreta- '*le fact, that was the doctor and faro- Uily who have been residents of this iplace for the past 20 years are leav- *3flg. During the course of the meal \"many fitting speeches were made, Ab- traham Hanson acting as toastmnator. sPaator Rogne, Oscar and Mel Haine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1916

Wm THE POOR COPXTY 'E DECEMBER 18,\" 1916 Christmas Is Comming And We Have Gifts For Every- : one In The Family • 7 7 • • • : A Few Suggestions For The Boys and Girls Sleds Jack-Knives Bifles Carts Kodaks Toy Telephones Mysto Skates Pen Knives Wagons and Wheel Barrows Sadirons Aluminum Tea Sets Flash Lights and Batteries Steel Erectors 9 For The Family Silverware, Percolators, Aluminum and Enamel Ware, Casseroles, Electric Irons and Carving Sets, Steel Range Stoves and Coal Heater '^W: Additional Sawyer • Continued from page two £ For Brother - ..•'China Tools s Shaving Brushes , Shaving Sets Razors of all kinds Thermos Bottles S':. '®.:vv^'-'V'•• ' Shaving Cream r SPECIAL—-Every razor over a dollar we will give to the purchaser free, one tube of shaving cream soap val- ued at 25c. For Sister .-.\"•.:'.•, ^ -Embroidery Shears : Skates. Plash Lights . Cameras Dpn't forget we are headquarters for electrical goods of all kinds such as Fixtures, Shades, Globes Wire Bulbs and lamps of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1916

ftj#filtlltfe fTgE PQJQB CQPTSTYffEWSDECEMBER13 IM6 %.[MKO^SS^session-atttjeM. E. parBon-bay N/.^:^u^aay Evening Refreshments S^fettl•Jie^erroa^-C ^ ^ | n p u y h a y e not 'done ] your:-Christ-' *oaa Bhopptag, you are still in time to y«fo tt somewhat early. Do it at once, ^•afl h ^ alt cbnceroed. • / Â¥ ^The following marriage license was issued the -past week Henry J. Sch- :«Jte, Ba.ileys Harbor, to Mtnine Lange, ^J ri!h%,,churches of the city are now ^sjffpreparingtheir Christmas pro- Krams. This is interesting work for tfie young folks and all are looking *»rward to the holidays. -: Some of the churches \"will hold their programs Sunday evening. : iThe local Royal Arcanum lodge will ^pld a meeting next Monday evening fu th^Vsona of Herman Hall, their regular meeting place. Officers will be elected-at this meeting and all members are urgently requested to be present •'. , ^The Trustee Bale of the stock of Wbelck & Paus, Inc., is now being con- ducted by Receiver WlHard E....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1916

THE DOQB COPyTY NKWSDECEJEBEB 13, IMS he Door County News 1 filtered «a aecond-elaae ' matter Juljr 1, 114 st the poitoffioe at Sturgeon Bey, WU- nils, under the sot of March 8. 18791 PUBLISHED WEEKLY Bt fHE DOOR COUNtY NEWS ' (Incorporated) M. LAPliANT. Preoida*t and Hanager LUNDBEBG Vice-President WAGENEB. Secretary end TreMortr. I addroit ell communication* to Tae 8curfeon Bay. Wuconeln. H«wt, (Subscription Price, $1.5 0 Per Year. (Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, Dec. 13,1916 HATE YOU A PUNCH LEFT 13* YOU! A question put in a very expressive term of today. Its meaning may be taken to mean just this:—Is there some one thing that you are working -at that you feel you can do better than anything else? . Is there some out- standing-weakness that you are get- ting the.better of? If there is then you have not lost your punch, and •what is more you are feeling yourself to be a winner and that means more victories to come? If this has de- scribed you we congratulate you. * On the other hand, ...

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