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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1917

THE DOOB COUNT! NEWS/A??CARY 17, 1W7' ^^l^^owwiU give one otlils pop- •.-..-.-. -aggeeg at the Noelck hall Thure- fening of this week. |er Marx of Saiivyer was the big - -•.s.fe?^n^er country store |® !r^Bt:' the.Crystal • Monday 'evening, |f::fpto^t)ije^25.pbund bag of flour. ^ i ^ g f f l a i ' Jno.' B. Davis has a crew l ^ ^ g i r i a . anil ladies' picking over peas £bli|iBeed houao. The crew started feJ|JonMonday and will be kept busy' t%everai.:'.weeks. i'«].-tf.-v-:. . . • • . . - . . . . . ^Jtev .following marriage licenses llrty j^lsBue'd the past week by the f l ^ y i c l e r k Lester Nebel, city, toed l ^ ^ h c e Anderson city Emlle Mot- ^S^i'Brussels, to Anna Simon, Erua- .XM-r^' - •-... ' * gg^miatoeB F, D. Shimmol and S. 81at- ie^^ntertalne d Friday evening at the t ^ S i l residence.. Upwardu ou f mi looks as if they were • out for the championship of the county again this year. ••\"\"•'•'' The \"Birth of a Nation\" will .play a three days engagement at the opera h...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1917

Mrs. Oscar Olson visited with friends :at-Algoma last week, v Jacob Babler of Maplewood trans- acted-business in the city Tuesday. V John Dettman of Forestville trans- ° acted business in the city Monday. ,' Town Chairman Chas. Plinske was a\" visitort in the city the, forepart of the week. ' '/•Mrs. P. I, Elliott of Algoma spent a few days the latter part of the week visiting with relatives and friends herei . Mr. and Mrs.' Rufus Kellogg left Monday for Green Bay where they •tvent to visit with friends. ^Principal J. A, Elchinger of the Training school was over from Algo- iha Saturday on business matters. George Bubnik went, oyer to Ke- waunee Monday to .pay a-'brief visit with friends. . :--v- ,,' iv.s ' : Ed Boettcher of ForesivilieVwas a visitor in the- city Monday between trains. , .•-.\" ' • . • .- \".• * : Miss Louise Faust of Baileys Har- bor was a visitor in the city the fore- part of the week. . . E N. Murphy of Green Bay was a visitor in the city the forepart of the : we...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1917

wmm& t&WS!^^^W^^Wr^tS-. THE DOOE C O U H T Y ^ W S JANUABY 17, 1917 Wlili-1H^T f^SpSK) from BSIiii^^lTHEREl FOBESTVILLE ^i^ra^i^hardt waa a vtel- attended by the Misses Pearl Janquet, £ Algoma Saturday. i p ^ ^ t made a-bustaeas trip ^ o Messrs. Frank Jilot, Eugene Lam pJi'^elC'Tuesday, ^ m r i E W a a a visitor at Stur- •. \"WPTnexnutcB ceremony the wed-- Say-Monday - ' V ding party betook themselves to the 2-5*Vi — ' W ^ f M e y C r 8««»Ptuou8 wedding breakfast was pS?|tilj to Algoma Monday, |a'IJnda Lehmkuhl returned Mon- a visit at Green Bay. Troje of Maplewood WBB a caslon being furnished by the Del pr here Monday on business, ^niHettiger and Oscar Zlrbel wishing the young couple a long and Jfw^Sawyer Wednesday where h a p p j r wedded life. ^transacted buslneas. M|Hayea: and wife of Falthorn, J°s- Renard made a business trip gp^sited here during the week to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. Ileiftttves.'. s,' ipd Mrs. Donovan returned to now busy collecting taxes which are Ig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1917

THE IIOOB COtTSTt ITCWSSJANUAR* lfi *M7 ^ £ © 0 0 * ^ ^ Bnmarf a* »econd-clasa matter July x, MX* at the pdatoOM at Sturgeon Bay, Wli- Milla, mider tha act of March 8. 1878. PUBLISHED WEEKLY' BT\" THEIDOOR COUNTY NEWS . (Incorporalrd) •ABL M. liAPLANT^ Prenide-at and Managar itS. A. LUNDBERO. Vice-President *». WAGEtfER. Secretary and Treasurer. •addreti all communication! to T»« News. Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin. Subscription Price, $1.50, Per Year. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Jan., 17, 1917 Some Things to Worry About Microbes, germs, parasites, Suffra- •gists, feminists, Socialists, Cubists, pacificts, militarists, protectionists, plagiarists, Eugebists, Race limita- tionists, fleas, mice, Yats and ! Make up your own list and then burn it up and forget it Inventory Business people make an effort each year to find out just where they are .a t They discover some things hidden in their stocks which they know must '3be, sold cheaply to get them out of -the way. Still other goods have be...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1917

MM 5W«.8dtaBltBffleet WttiOdd AccMent f$l-f.(fohuuSfk beneath.ar heavy racing car,nature : that he had net-entered In any race v=and that he was not even driving, 'wasthe odd and near serious accident it^wWch befell William Schultz one daystated, i^lasV'week. •.'.'\"• .' , Bill Schnltx, who heretoforesjiever ? anet with, such an experience with vrracers, was sent over to Algoma by /his employer^ George Rhode, the dray- ) ^mari,to get Harry Dana's racer which , rwas at Algoma. Leaving here in the •morning •with a heavy sleigh drawn by •v-a\" good team 'vt horses,. Bill reached -Algoma in due time, taking the con-this |* edition of the roads into consideration. tyl'After the mid-day meal and the Waoading of the, racer on the sleigh, Bill /.started homeward bound, a distance of 720 miles, expecting to arrive hero in time for supper. In order to make the strip as\" comfortablo as possible, the tracer was chained to the body of the •sleigh, and BUI eeated himsolf in the Tracer, all wrap...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1917

W&s#^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS-\"NEWS WORTH WHILE* FOIUME THEEE STURGEON BAS. WISCONWS WEDNESDAY JAM7ARY 21, 1917 ^0,000_POgOFFICE City Now Assured of $40,000 Ap- propriation From Congress For Postoffice And Suitable Site. Bill Fassed House Saturday •Congressman Konop Secures Federal i y Building Even After Ills Recent De- feat As Congressman. Building to i Be Modern in AH Details. NUMBER THIBTI $40,000 postoffice for Sturgeon Bay. ,'This news was flashed by wire from \"Washington D. G. Saturday to Post master H. A, Wagener. Sturgeon\" Bay's .dream has come true and w are to have what was promised to u Jn good faith for years Congressman Thomas F\\ Konop wired this most welcome information to Postmaster Wagener Saturday morn- ing. In spite of the fact that he had • been defeated at the recent election, •with the call of Congress early, this winter our representative from the Old Ninth got busy and worked for the Sturgeon Bay postoffice, showing that he did not introduce the bill sim...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1917

THE PfJOB COUNTY JHBWS JANUARY 21, 1917 flp|El^^ TOPICS WSIIYIR Henry Serr&ham spent a few days during the week at Green Bay on busi- .. »ess. /\".'. Miss Sperber apent a few daya the latter part of last week visiting at fGreen Bay. S Carl Andersdn left the latter part •of last week for Milwaukee where he jivUl remain indefinitely. -Cha3.'Beechum returned Monday anorning from Martinsville, Ind., his old home, where he had been visiting with relatives. MJSB Hilma Gilbertson took her de- parture Thursday afternoon for Wil- mette, III., whore she will remain in- definitely.. tester Hitt'took his departure on Thursday for Wyandotte, Mich, where lie spent a few days visiting and on business. \" J, E. Tliomas took his departure Saturday for Kenosha whero he' will join John Thomas who la now located a t that place. • Clias. Cofrin returned to Manitowoc Friday wlioro he is employed. Charles came homo for a several, days visit, having been laid up due to illness. Town Treasurer Julius S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1917

THE D0OB ^ N * F ^ K ^ W A X U A J i Â¥ 24, 191* SYNAPSIS. I tiled floor. With the rustltug of hr .... jstucchcd dress, the sound was essen- ••mS5g^Z&^2£&n$g ' § £ & \" a \" y «*»™™ »\"»* Insistent. When mond \"after years and years\" and talks he.had time to notice It, it amused him to K. La Moyne, the new roomer. , that he did not lind it annoying. '\"ni .™i™ « «,.,' , Once, as she passed him a bistoury, . CHAPTER Harriet, hA rtflllhorntolv „i„ m , i w «„* v.„„ri who has beenII—Sidney's dressmakingaunth wit Sidney's i n e .deliberately placed hias .fine. hand mother, launches an independent modiste's ovr,he fingers and smiled into her parlor. Sidney gels Dr. Ed Wilson's In -.-• fluence with his brother. Doctor Max, the successful young surgeon, to place her in the hospital as a probationer nurse. Down the clean steps went Doctor Max that morning, a big man, almost •fB tall as Kv Le Moyne, eager of life, rtrong and a bit reckless, not fine, per- imps, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1917

W^^0^t^. i t piaJv^meetingO'of the 'Sunday-school fc§S?^iH*er\"a Conference of the city will,be •Â«^|:i i»)id:atth 'German M. E. .church on fe| litonday^eyenlng.:'. •::..,-'. jteH~ y The dancing party given at the ^JdNo^ k & Paus hall Thursday evening \\bjr A. Kretlow was well attended and m enjoyable time was had by all. •p Mi*rh Woman's club will hold one of jits regular meetings In the club rooms | * i ^ the library'on Friday afternoon. #v' TO© meeting was postponed from last fez/WBefe.- • • ' §% . The school board held a meeting | v ^Tbureday evening of last week. The |f j»oard is trying to^-secure a principal j ^ ^ t e r the Fourth ward school to nil the *?Wiracancy made by the resignation of frS James Langemak. ^jffyTbo men of the Methodist church |^X wlH sprve a hot beef roast supper at 30i the parlors of that church on February g: V8th, As this is an annual event noth- |s •• Jag will bo spared to make it a suc- I -«ess from every standpoint. &• •? ' Poulos Bros...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1917

JHB DOOR COKSTI NEWS JAXIIARI 24, 1917 Otirselves in Print LbuisSeiler of Forestville was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. Frank Hanson of Kewaunee was in •the city Friday on a business .visit. J. H. Fisher .of Maplewood visited in the city Friday between trains. A. Eichlebert of Brussels transacted business in the city on Friday. Ed Boettcher of Forestville was a visitor to the city Monday. H. C. Scofleld was a business visi- tor at Luxemberg Friday afternoon! Frank J, LaMere transacted busi- ness at Forestville Monday afternoon Ernest Rackow and Emll Meister of Brussels were business visitors :n the city Saturday. F. B. Seymour was up from Green Bay Saturday on one ot' his official business trips.. ^ ' Mrs. E. Ri Fischer returned Thurs- day evening from a -visit with relatives at Niles, Wis.! • John Scholl of the .Institute who is at the Egeland iiospital is getting along nicely. Ed Skiilicg. left the latter part of hst wee*'ILI Green Pay to r»n.aiH fer a couc:o of weeks. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1917

from WSI^s^^mB^ When only a small girl, she accom- panied her parents to this country, . '•• FOBESTYltLE ' gv^^arence Wolske drove to Little lifirattjgeojv Mono-ay. '. .•• |/J-Mrai\\Fred:''2lrbel was a visitor at ! ^ o : county seat Thursday, |jj:j i6scar Zlrbel spent a few days last IfreSkat Sturgeon Bay. pfe-HarrySeilerwas.a visitor at Algo- &ma->yrlday ' , -.\".- \\ :. '\": t:jiEd. Boettcher was a^Sturgeon Bay ^rfeltor last Monday. ^ v g4 Peter Weber transacted business at Btargeon Bay Friday, ^ V l ^ ^ b e r t Schley lost a valuable coV l&iirtng tlie week. '•*•'.• g John Rupp sr., of Brussels was here b#ftday to transact business. ^i:Ed M. Perry was a business visitor «t Maplewood Thursday. $•% Mrs. Herman Boettchcr went, to-Al- j-iwma Tuesday to pay a brief visit. JJ J Louis Kumra and AlVa. August Ktr- SjJbelsr., drove to Algoma Saturday. |- Mr. and Mrs. Emil, Schumacher of -Kbulborg were visitors hero Monday. got his foot caught\" between the Wagener, August, C...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1917

THE DOOR COUNT* SEWS JANUABY 24, Ml The Door County News ' l i l u i l u , »o*ond-«U»t matter July I, U K »t the poatoffloe at Sturgeon Bay, Wli- muia, wider tae act of March 8. 1879. PUBLISHED WKEEIiT BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (.Incorporated) OABL M. LAPLANT, Pniident and Haoagar m. A. LONDBERQ, VieePreaident W. WAGENEB. Secretary and Treaaurar. iaddreii al11 communications to Ta« N«wi 8tnrgoo& Bay. Wisconsin. Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year. Sturgeon, Bay, \"Wisconsin Jan., 24,1917 The Commercial Club The annual meeting of tlie Commer- cial club brought to our attention the iact that this co-operative, work for the good of the city is accomplishing things of real value. Not only is this true but the club also has a future program and wise leadership. Given these two' we may rest assured that commercially we shall go steadily for- -ward to larger and better* things. •That was a very wise and sane sug- gestion of one of the speakers that for fiie sake of will, broader and...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1917

iS#^!W ^^ COUNT* SEWS JAXUABF 2*i 1017, RECORD ATTENDANCE u , Continued from page t Q u a r t e r s will be provided One of our i pleading citizens has suggested that j i b e c i t y have ad auditorium ThiB i v ia a very sane suggestion and Is some- thing thatbur municipality is in dire /need of. \"Withthe many bW-ga'thcniS .C/ings in\\.tbe!clly:Urpughbut the year, • .such as the Farmers course and con- ventions, Bomo building of this de- scription is needed, tor as the matter stands now the city has not a suit- able place to hold large gatherings. Tt is hoped that in time such a bui'd- ing may bo added, to our «lty*s many beautiful public institutions It developed early in the week that there was one small place near Mil- waukee, North Lake, by name, that •was trying hard to take Sturgeon Bay's laurels away as the ideal farm- er's school city of the state. The in- structors who were hero stated that North Lake was the only other town in the state that could be compared with .the S...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1917

ay is DOORC VOIAJME TIIBEE GOOD LEGISLATION OOO.OOOwould be spent on roads •within the state during the next five years. Door county has always been a leader when it came to road building and also to many other respeets and will un- doubtedly continue to maintain its po- sition for years to come. MRS. I. N. FERGUSON DIES Death on Monday claimed Ada May, wife of L N. Ferguson of this city.Her death came after an illness of some length and - was attributed to tubercu losis, deceased haying been very ill since last February. The deceased whose maiden' name was Ada Gard, was born near Monti- cello, Ind., on the llth day of August 1884, thus she was called at the age of 32 years. When still a young girl her parents moved to this county and settled at Egg Harbor, Thirteen years ago she was united in marriage to I. N, Ferguson and since that time they have resided at Egg Harbor and in this city. Her death is very sad for she leaves three children, the youngest scarcely a year old. She is s...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1917

m IP i iSsS 11||||1111 liilip^p KH^i8SWPfc f:S TOBlllilHIPS ^.-^'jC^3Treir'':i3uBluiuuii^'wb6 vw refused ajlicense • :to wed'•' In this county, left thfr 'forepart of laat' vsfeelc, accompan- ied by Elsie Drelir, the young girl ^whomhc wishesto marry. •. . ft Heypurchased a ticket to Green Bay Jtout it is thought that he went to Me- aioroinee, Mich., and obtained a mar- riage license and had the ceremony performed at that point However, /nothing definite has been heard of them since their'departure from this point ':. y We wore {informed that previous to his departure ho rented the Halvor lijialyoraon place and that upon their xeturh they will occupy those com- modious quarters. The household goods and furniture which the would- Iw-groom had were moved to that place during the'week. Godfrey stated to some of his friends th at if he could not get married here lie would go where ha could. Jacob Leonhardt is on the sick list v again, also Mrs. torch, A *C. B. Harding wa$ a business vis...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1917

THE DOOR COUNT! 5tWSiAlVUARl' 31, 1917 ..••a: 5?1 w %: oqpesfe*?: *rmewczwE'PW^T/OM^GRW&MSO SYNOPSIS. „:•• CHAPTER I-At her home In the Street, Sidney Page agrees to marry Joe Drum- roond . after years and years\" and talks to K. Le Moyne, the new roomer. CHAPTER. II—Sidney's aunt Harriet Who has been dressmaking with Sidney's tnother, launches an independent modiste's parlor Sidney gets Dr. Ed Wilson's in- fluence with his brother, Doctor Max, the successful young surgeon, to place her In \".the hospital as a probationer nurse. .. CHAPTER III—K. becomes acquainted In the Street. Sidney asks him to stay on as a roomer and explains her plans for • financing her home while she is in the school. ''CHAPTER IV—Doctor Max gets Sidney Into the hospital school. CHAPTER V—Sidney and K.\" spend an afternoon' In the country. Sidney falls into the river. CHAPTER VI—Max asks Garlotta Har- rison, a probationer, to take a motor ride •with him. Joe finds Sidney, and K. at the country hotel, whe...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1917

Wjfltext Sunday, February 4th, is Go- ^'t^^ttrch : Sunday, wlilch. the. mlnia- 'ilft^jassociatlon of the city intends to p ?JBftke a definite annual affair. • y The ice crewsof Henry Puehler and the Hart .Trans. Coi are Btill busy and Uds year's , harvest of ice -will, %e a jittg. one. The ice is of exceptional quality. ' • .'\". The Missionary Society of the Con-ing gregational church will meet Tuesday, ?tebruary 6th, a t the home of Mrs. Al- bert Kalmbach. The meeting will be «aUed promptly at three o'clock. Oreisen & Bebo, cigar makers, have |moved their 4 cigar shop into quarters on the second floor of the Leonhardt k building which was recently purchased \\by Albert Grelsen of that arm. The Lady Macabees will hold a so- cial at the home of Mrs. A. N. Wegener Thursday afternoon, February 1st. AHplanking are cordially invited. A fifteen cent lunch will bo served. The usual January thaw visited these parts Sunday and Monday and the temperature for those two days era! years ag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1917

\"\\-M^!?S0PWi-i^$^M: THE PQOB pODX'JT NEWS JlXlJAiaYV31, 1917 Attorney J* L. Johns of Algoma was here on business TuesGay, Jacob Rosenberg was a Green Lay \\ isitor the forepart of the week. Mrs. John Houle returned Friday evening from a visit at Green Bay.. Gus Brandt left Friday afternoon on a short business trip to Green Bay. Wm. Behringer took his,' departure Monday for Milwaukee where he will spend a week or so on a pleasure trip. Frank Welter transacted business at Forestvllle Tuesday during the time between afternoon trains. • Deputy Collector of Customs Fritz was a visitor at Algoma the forepart ef last week on official business. .Mrs. Fred Leisehow came over from Algoma Monday morning to. pay a visit with relatives and friends. , .. Miss Clara Carmody left- Tuesday for Gladstone, Mich., where she\" will Visit with relatives and friends. •'.- . Miss Emma Cuff, principal of the Forestville village school, was a visi- tor in the city Saturday. ••.•V.''Fred Herbert came up fro...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1917

.^^-,::• \\,^'^:^^.^^y::^-•'^/•^^'^:VC '^...'jfrom ,r' '.:\\ , -•',',.' . '.'.'.': •• -'. iiiEi:^^^:'anHEiSE: FOKESTVILLE jMrs . Jos. Hafeman Is on the sick liia^, '- : - \" : '' • ' . Adam Dier of Union was here Wed- kesday oh business. ^ .Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seller were Al- Soma visitors Friday. John Keogh.was an Algoma visitor Saturday of last week. :.,- Elsie Krueger spent Saturday visit- ing at Algoma. John Rupp of Brussels* transacted business here Saturday. Schmelzle & Breyreceived a carload of farm implements the^past week. John Wolske was a business visitor at Sturgeon Bay Monday. \\ Emtl Krcft of Algoma was a business Visitor in the village Thursday. . X ^ v W m . Pagg jr., and his mother drove to Nasewaupee Wednesday to attend the funeral of Wm.'Kreft, . Sam Perry and wife spent from Sat- urday until Monday of last week at Sturgeon Bay. Mrs. Prank Kerscher of Maplowood came down Monday to visit with Mr. and Mrs, John Schmitz for a few days. Wallace Krueger returned hom...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1917

j%e DoprCounty News entered M taeond-clu* matter . July I mtli at the poBtoffice at Sturgeon Bay, Wis MBILB. under the act of March 8. 1879. PUBLISHED WEEKLY B I THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (JiKarthralrJ) •AB L M. UAPLANT. PraiidoTil and Uansgai 9. A. LTJNDBEB8, VieePreaident fp. WAQKNEB. Secretary and Treasurer euw» Address all communications to Th« Sturgeon Bay. Wuconiln Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year. Sturgeon Bar, Wisconsin Junjil, 1917 Boost Boost and the world boosts with you . KUock and you're on the shelf yor'the world gets sick, of one who • •' kicks?., . .'^y-'-'-'\\ .:'• •.?,/ 'yf ':-• ' And wishes he'd kick himself. Boost when the sun is shining, Boost when it starts to rain -If you happen to fall, don't lie there c .and bawi :. \"''••'.. '•••'.'•' .But get up and boost again. Bopst the town!s advancement, Boost for:-things sublime For the chap that's found on the top- most round . . jf. Is the .booster every time.—Ex. The Post Office Before the election, Congressman Kono...

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