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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1917

adoor Athfotte Activities Daring the §fpetti£i^^ '^l^^4^&'<^^.^^:iia follow p | | 3 l ^ t a ^ M | | t e | | ^ ^ : s ^ o o l if •'.' thisy-^'iaiid'^Bhow ^|tn|^ ^i?'TCts''''ltiQ6\\yv iniorev'aboutjtlie ^||p|ii^^^ :i Friday 0j0ite :&%:?for2one -bait''the/ period of Ill^li^Uuww al^cidcd scare intp the |&p^ea^/t>t : the-ig school -players • for ||*K|fciS' :.score .^waft- Very oioso ,and 'the |^^^ni dld '86mey-gopaplayln : g : The' g||ia$t\"' gamd' told on the older'' players gM^d|?:thcy^isoon^''lost::\"the : \"pep\", with ||||^t^jth ey. !8tarted : ' the game. .-.Thus J^t&Jtoe^last'^alf,. or. rather ..the''third ^f^^djfourth quarters, for the game was | | | i ^ l a j r e d i n ' quarters, the high school §|.-. Jbpyaranaway with the older team p ^ d i p l l e d ^ u p a good lead which left l l ^ t h f r j t o a l ^ o r o ^ standing 23 to 10 In S£3yfaV6rof the high school..' .\"•' 13S:\".Tn®SBdsao vvould have been a good g :* exampleofthe great Indoor spor...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1917

€€ Wh en a man is no longer anxious todobetter than well, he is done for.\" THE DOOR OOUNTY NEWS-\"NEWS WORTH WEILE VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. WEDNESDAY .MARCH 14, 1917 \"ase fof Hans Wobster Charged With Murder Now Being Tried. Defended by Attorney Wagener. PLEAOFINSANITYENTERED1 M7MBEB TMBTr-SEYEIf Joseph Pfeifer, Albert Kay, Georgoj Colomb, Wm. Schmeltzer, Peter Weber, William Carlson, Alex Carlson, Rud- olph Wplrgram, John Smith, Ben De- faut and John Gabert. Judge Graass then ordered Clerk of Court Wellever to draw, up a new panel of jurors. The judge also or- dered Sheriff Stegmann to subpoena 1 the new venire just drawn, BO ' that \\ — they would, be present'at III o'clock Jfnmbcr of Cases on Calendar Disposal: Wednesday morning when the jury of at Tuesday Morning Session, would be completed. BIG SEASON IS EXPECTED 1917 Marine Season Promises to be Biggest in HJsory Shirgeon Bay's Quota of Men Ready to Leavo PROTEST CLOSED SEASON Fruit Growers Strongly Opposed to a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1917

• ^&sM$ipf'3%Sj'$ mmmmmmg tsp wmmmMR. 8TRIHK OIL AND GAS ^I^B^idra^e^il^^tiaW of Oil and Gas IgflltH ptf^^wfewtf'*»\" Briningi. Well\" • • •. i«Sf5^v^^\"^! r ^ r ^*'.l 1 ^^ ,m ^ the well f |p|P»^{aiBtaac6: 6 f • dyer, 800 feet have efctf*-. ^ - ^ ^ c i u j ^ e a ^ o n ^ r a b l e o i l and gas *^CJniwly Murine ^the last 50 feet ^v^fe^glfi^aya-teen' drilled.':/: 'J-'', : • ^ t e ^ ttiat tjio thickness of: the oil aiiaMtiie: quantities struck are much heavier than he-... has encountered la drilling many wells.!\" As the hole is fllled /with foreign matter and water, ItKis difltcult to: state in what quan- *Uy,the oil abounds.. Thei drillers are rushing the work ^as/fast as possible and are putting in iabout'is or 14 hours each day. The [•well fills with foreign matter such as .^Slay- and other substances three or •Jour times a day andhas to be pumped ••outreach time. \\ Asthe S00 feet of con- nections and tho d r i l ^ h ^ to bo ioisted out that many times a day it requires con...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1917

THE DOOR COtFNTT NEWS • SEARCH 14, 1M7 The Door County News Jntered as Second-class matter July 1, 1914 at the Postoffice , »t Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, under. Act of, March 3,: 1879. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS \" (IHOOBPOEATED) EABL M. LaPLANT, President and Manager 0. A^ LTrtJDBEEG, Vice-President W. WAGENEB, Secretary and Trea\"surer Iddress All Communications to ThkjNews,'Sturgeon Bay^WJs Subscription Price $1:50 Per Year BOB BOB BOB BOB BOB O •••:'•••••••.• 111?v BOBJ: fI^^I^SM-MV\"^Wiio.- :- •-• ^V-^ ''/ /' _ ??|?3MAs,?1irork8and Feels ?? • 'llfSf ??• -\\:•\"• ?' For ?\".-,.??. ••••' .-:.•.•? •??:?' M^BOB^'-: / V': BOJ^vi rr.^OB ': :''\"• •\" .-.\" B ?/:». ??••'''.» •:.'\"••• O •..-•••ta -,• •:•,-,.0' •BOB ? ?ttr. LaFollette .7 The people of America have just been \"treated to the shameful and deplorable exhibition of a little fXQVLJf of UaitedVStates senators preventing the gov- ernment' which'.' they have sworn to'serve from tak- ing action looking to the pre...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1917

mm wmm. mri ')iiii\"tf-iiViir'i'Vi'-,'-'n--'--r'-' Hi'-fiji •'••'•'•• ••--•- ••--••• ii'••--'•r\"v'- --r \" •,• ••\"y ! ' . * r ? ^ / i n i i ^f: ^ ^ t f e ' ' f * - ' ^ ::l^'ti ^«i^^^'/Ss-:^Wi^^wii.i»iiniin i ' i ^ ^ w . t t i i i t i o u & ' S i ^ • • ' • • - \" • « p l | p s ^ . ^ r « . f6rcea: :^tbv ojait: - ^ s e r i a l ^ ^ P ^ ^ K - ^ ' ^ i ^ a t ^ ^ U U a M e M in ^ l ^ ^ ^ ' - ' ^ ' 6 * ! - k'sii© Vand • ingrowing inore ^ § i | ^ r ^ t i n e . ^ i t l i ' eacHyih'atallriient^'\"- g|||j £«^iiaa^uetwill'bo ' hold at ' • the•'Pen-. ^l^^tofetavClnb, • -Thursday evening, yrhich S||^^jTOnUsG8Kt('.l) ona of tho events ol | | | | g ^ 6 B ( ^ M n ' i n c l u b activities.'' The ban- |||ig|^et:. l3 .tor •:members only. '• ffvil? r #.^t \"H.' 'JL. Peterson '-\"-entertained g 0 | ^ ? T ^ o : 'Jolly Bunch\" on Monday after- ||^|%^^m'i,at. thb Peterson residence- on iPft*[p^\"Cedar.\"Btreet - A moat pleasant ' o N a ^ ciaaeg of Bcarlet fever have '^ehreporte at tho homes of M...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1917

•'^^^^^^^^•*^*^f^^?^r^*'' '^^• '^^^t^ A .E. Dolittle of Fish Creek trans- acted business in the city Tuesday. J. B, Stroobants of Brussels trans- acted business in the city Thursday.\" Emil Simonar took his departure Moriday\\afternoon on a.several days business trip to Milwaukee..-•. 0 ' Capt. P. M. Staal of the Baileys Har-. bor coast guard station was a visitor in the ci\\y Friday. Miss Marjorie Slbree took her de- parture Saturday' afternoon'for Chi- cago. ••' '..'\": •.'•'•'.'.' \\'. :':'1.: John W. Simon returned Saturday evening from a few- days, business visit at Green Bay - : '•'. vMr,.and Mrs: John Heldnian'bf :Map- lewood *speht Ui • ^veek-end .visiting in pie city with .relatives. Frank Anderson of Ephraim return- ed Saturday evening frc^ni a Visit at \\'GrpenVBay.: and-blher'p6itits.\",' Fred Jensen who is employed in Milwaukee spent .several days of the past week visiting-in tlie city.* •John Tipier went to Green Bay Fri- day afternoon to spend a .few''Slays oil busine...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1917

IliiifHAT from IWP^i'fHERE- I' IVI iY v. y .y i| ^|^3E^^iry iH : c m the sick list.. •:.••'•\" IlkMrft.l JohnScbmltzi s on' the sick | | f ^ ^ j ] ^ . P e r r y was- an Algoma -visitor #MERE ARE YOU GOING 7 Most of us don't know. We have not made the choice of a road. I *Jos,Hafeman transacted business ^ J ^ j S i ^ e d n B a r on Friday. ^ | f l i ^ v ^ 4 ' . i ^ : H e t i i y ' : R M k l n of Brus- ^^ifw^jwere, visitors\" here .Monday, I Si | S John Matzke and children went to feSawyerVTuesday on business. ]§0M0WP-Hoffman was a business viai- \" f l ^ ^ A J g o n i a Tuesday. 'l-,JohJi and Chas. Llndauer were bus- iness visitors at Algoma Friday. i J:.'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry visited at.kuhl Algoma last Wednesday v40 t t o Krueger returned home last Jyeefc following a live weeks visit at Chicago. 55 ^ l a r g e delegation from Forestville • Went to Green Bay last Sunday to at- tend the auto show. I me I ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Perry numbered' among the. visitlors at Algoma last Sunda...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1917

1H1 DOJE COUNTY NEWS ItABCH 14, 1917 ffere and There:: EGG HARBOR ' Heaviest Taxpayers Town Treasurer George Colomb of this township furnished the Neivs the list of the largest taxpayers of the town. The list is as follows: B.-H. Parkinson ...... F. Eames . . . . . . . . F, Bertschinger United Fruit Growers H. P. Schroeder . . . . . Thos. Carmody .. Ben Sauger . . . . . . . . . Arthur Parent . . . . . . . Dr. Proctor . . . . . . . . Cady Land Co. . . . . . . Peter Parent . . . . . . . . Frank Simbnar '..-...... •Wm. Carmody .'.... J'. Mrs. Fred Jorns . . . . . Ed Gagnon ...V...... j . Carmody .. . ...\\ Jacob Staats . . . . . . . . C, O. Gunther . . . . . . . Dan O'Hern . . . . . . . . . Gus Tanck . . . . . . . . . Jacob Vertz . . . . . . . . ..$651.75 .293.89 ..232.58 ..227.48 .'. 200.6S .. 154.81 .,-,• 14S.S1 .. 148.12 ..134.24 . 124.31 .. 124.76 ..116.00 ..112.04 : iio.os .-107.07 ..105 . .105.21 V. 103.30 ..102.98 ..100.57 ..100.01 after the patients under Dr. Boucsein'd care, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1917

V ' Barnes Cor Coming Week 'Ward 1 \"B\" v» Ward Three—Wednes- day ?(tbnlght) / 'WSard 5?VB\" vs. Ward Pour—Friday. v'Warti 1\"A\" vs. Ward *2 \"B\"—Mondav. .Ward 1 \"B\" vs. Ward 4—Wednesday. |J Oil: Wednesday evening the Second :, ^Ward \"A\" team bowled against the Second ward \"B\" team and defeated 'theni by W total of 231 pins for the /tlir gatne3, thereby Second ward 'Z''A*' Is in the 100 per cent column. Team \"A\" showed true form in the Slast game bowled -when they rolled a V tptal of 824 and mado an individual Average of .104 and a fraction. ' The winning team promises to make it in- j5teresting for the best teams bowling iinxthe' tournament, interest in which :Js growing greater every day. ' • Team \"BV.:had an off day and un- f- ^Questionahly Will do better when they bowl their next Ngame. The tourna- ment will last throughout the next , two or three months aiul^tho News will:have a regular percentage col- umn showing the standings of the-sev- •eral teams, as weir as t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

*€, tdn not hold another down in the ditch, without staying in the ditch with him.' THE DOOR THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE1 f OLUME THREE 8TUHUEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY MARCH 21, 1917 COMPLETE_SESSJON 'March Term of Circuit Court Came To a Close* Friday, After Four Day Session. Crowds Attend. Eighty-six Jurors Impanelled Jurymen Dismissed Friday Morning. Lost Case Heard by Judge Was Ac- :? tton of United Fruit Growers vs. Edward and Joseph Eoscoe. NUMBER TBXELTf.EIGHT The most important and interesting term of circuit court held in many years came to an end Friday after- noon after being in session four days. A number of cases were disposed of and continuance was granted in sev- eral. The largest jury that has ever been called to circuit court in the history of the county was in attendance at the term just closed. The jurymen call ed to the county Beat for service num- bered 86.. The original venire of 36 was exhausted on Wednesday in se- lecting a jury for the murder t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

jiiill^ iMKilIilii i cI: ^^jSfiu^pe^be^. Sr .xbne M the oldest |pgiina^^p6ctBd settlers of Nasewaupoe, |||i^^pT(i!ntog,. ''aflter • an illness of 'some^Judging ||ppeiv-Kj&^Sperber • JiasVbeen' a* resident 'of |jf:^la .cbiintj ' for the past 30 :years- and ^ | 3 ™ ^ i ^ 9 n f f \" t ^ s e ' ' i ' I l e r 8 ' of.the'Boll, ||i( ^»^,^!ainejj..here and helped make this f|^| ^unty wh^t.it i t8 today!/ ,', ^||ii: &He : was b o r n i n O e n h a n y in 'thewhite P'vyeat:l.833, ^us/..was'.ih 'the 84th-year.j g l ^ - ' l H e ^ m e jfcp this country in 1847, going' ^ | H t o 'Milwaukee or that vicinity .and in |||5 g: tne::jreai^ 1854 Jne .was-united In. aiarri- |||p: J ^e,t»^Helen ^ a residence gs of^wtnV-ie'n^. irt i toai : ' i place they %$$•Â£.•.••'.'Jnqvjscl.'to Nasewaupei^ in iS77 and haves ^ | t ! r^^efl here Btoce, Ho made his homo IS v :wlttLhls son John since the death of his yf4ithf]»l wlfeV .'.. , •..',.'. ^lnechildren of a famil/ or 14 sur- yive fe dearijr beloved..'f...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

THIS AND THAT froi HER E AN D THERE B»G HARBOR March seems to have forgotten that It Is a spring month. Fishermen are lamenting the small catch of fish this winter. i- ' • Jacob Bavry has been laid up with rheumatism for some time. Chas. Rehder and Ed Rabat trans- acted business at the county seat Mon- day. A baby boy was born to Mr Mrs. Ed Rabat Sunday, March 18th Daddy wears a broad smile. Mrs. Grant Haskell is seriously ill with pneumonia since last week. Gene Manney was seen on the streets here last-Friday, having arrived from' Minnesota.: Martin O'Hern was in the village Saturday fixing up what Mr. Wind had unfixed. Miss Anabel Jameson made a short visit with her parents here oh Sat- urday.- Conrad GroveogeT Jr., sold his house here to W!m. Kroogman. After April lst.Mr. Grovogel and family will make their home in Baileys Harbor. A party was held at the homer of Mr. and JMrs. Wm. Robinson in honor of their daughter Sarahs Bell, who cele- brated her third birthday on Friday, Mar...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

llllltlllll^ ' J J models arejtfie Miesres iStelispjCaimody, Marvel Garland, Ethel and Helen Net son \"palsy ^Telter, BerniceDehos and Clara Garmody/ : W-. f^^^^^^owf^lmiiiifi : ioatractor, le ^^: ^^^^? at : :'ttife:• Noelck & PauB j?||||^ th^ ^hursd^'eVeplng : • ' '£&•$Jb)m^^iBi-.- Dreeae /has accepted• a ^ri**^?'Myii .:=ais\"jflremMi-, \" jett'-\"'tiie^ municipal SpJjiUiiti entering .on the\": discharge of his rW^ldW andMre Wni Feueratein are re- X^/Jptelng' oyer the birth'i a Bon, which g y PWlyed at their household Sunday ev- S^BgJjMP^). Mother *: and baby are doing :fgf2cSIy7.\\. ^ £: -Mte8:./Lottle' Feueratelh entertained •i^i,'tfc \"600'* club at the home of John sp Weuersteln Monday evening. The usu- ::''P.*&:'jttite hundred was played and re-present ::- JireBhmentB were served. 0 , MIBB Luclla Wheelock entertained a ^ asaiiber of her friends Monday evening V OTie occasion for the party was the v C'^wgVgirrs birthday.. - . ^ A. yf. Miller of the MUler Clothing ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

•i* ^ HaUBERKF -*% GOPY&rGHr £tY rj&WCZV&EW&KAT/OfV./AVMW™£0 • \"I jjuess I uudorstand,\" she said. \"I'll attend to ypiir wedding things, Sidney. .We'll show this street that even Chris- tine Lorenz can be outdone.\" And, us an afterthought: \"I hope Mux Wil- eon will settle down now. He's been none too steady.\" It was late when K. got home. Sid- ney was sitting on the low step, wait- ing for him. With a long breath. of,content, K. folded up his long length 'o n the step below her.. \"Well, dear ministering angel,\" he Bald, \"how goes the world?\" •Things have been happening, K.\" He sat erect and looked at her. It was a moment before he spoke. He sat looking ahead, bis face set When, after a moment, he spoke, it was to •forestall her, after all. \"I think I know \\\\-hat It is, Sidney.\" \" -: \"You expected it, didn't you?\". ^ \\ \"I—it's riot an entire surprise.\" ••'. \"Aren't yon going to wish me hap- piness?\" ''.•.'-.\" ! \"If niy wishing could bring a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

Jk. r M^iiptAKT, Preirtaent »nd M»n»ger ^|-yfitOBi^ WiwtH7' and Treasurer:. ' JiiiStt•^miBuniicattori»\"to The News, Sturgeon B»y, Wit. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year ,\"•'.-• Americanisms. .V -.'.- * :V\",H^ ^ HASTE SLOWl^/'—Pranklm^^^^:^^^^ ! ^ M^igreat talker may bo no fool, but ho is one that tm him.\"—Franklin. ere are extraordinary situations, which re- Ji||extraorcllnary interposition. An exasperated |p)e whofeel that they possess power arc not eaa- prtstrained within limits strictly regular,\"—Thom- $$ffe'r8on. • ilia a certain position in law that allegiance and ItecUon aro reciprocal, tho one ceasing Whon the \"jpfis withdrawn.—Thomas Jefferson. , tfthe present Congress errs in too much talking, S^fcattit bo otherwise, in a body to which the peo- P|n4i one hundred and fifty lawyers, whose trade iSjlo Question everything, yielding nothing, and talk I the hour? That one hundrod and fifty lawyors luid do business togetlior ought not to bo expect- r«STbomaa Jefferson....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

THE BOOR COUNTY JTFWS Jf1BCIT $V, 1M7 Miss Vivian Klinkenberg took her departure Tuesday for Chicago. JOB. Stoneman Jr,, of Forestville was a visitor in the city Monday. » Miss Marjorie Sibree returned,Mon- day evening from a visit at Chicago! Sites Gertrude Klumb who teaches at Maplewood visited in the city Sat- urday. Theo. Baraboo pf Egg Harbor trans- acted business in the city Friday and Saturday. George Martin left Friday afternoon .for Oshkosh to pay a short visit with\" Ms wife. :\\\"\\, 'V: . Frank Froeming, the Algoma grain tuyer was a business visitor in the city Friday. , Earl Johnson left Tuesday aitieirnofth on a few days visit and b^ineaslmp' to Green Bay. •' :-^/ri:^.'.-.^5^-'' •' Henry Puehler has been on the sick - list for the \"pastfew days, being con- fined to his home. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cornish left Fti- •'day afternoon for Green Bay to spend ! a couple of days. Fred Sauger of Egg Harbor spent several days of the past week visit- ing in the city. Jos. Hugenrot...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

1 H R D 0 R COUNTY SEW S AIAECH 21,1917 p|p^ke=t)!er drove ' but.to Unlon Tues- ^ | i | ^ K t t ?IatzKe of Kodan spent Monday ' ''f^S^,:pii^bU8lness matters.\":: ^ . ^ i ^ . j A n d r e w Lawrence and Mrs. L.. gjl&tflefc spent Tuesday at Algoma. ffia^CRas tfjlnske was a visitor at Stur- pbpu .Bay last Wednesday. ^IIJApttna: -Andrew Sloan of Sawyer vls- |gip(t1»ere- Thursday of last week. p ) i : jMam DIer of the town of Union |s^rtyttecl in the village Thursday. ^ u Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scherer drove g ^ t e Algoma Friday to transact business. ||yv^£sri Z el Seller arrived here Friday j^yttom Fond du Lac to pay a visit with !i|:\\»eJftUye8. • i^ri: Herman Nelnas, one of the prospcr- ^ ! « o a f a r m e r s of the town of Gardner, |& Tislted here on business Thursday. £ : -'Edwln«Mueller . -SVIT a •,} 1 :i w h . y ^ t r o m Madison where lie had visited for v f'*:lew\"day8.' ijy,- Ik&s. Ed. M. Perry went to Maple- J-^rpOd Monday to pay a visit with lier y{\" jiiater,...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

THE POOR COTJXTT SETTS MABCII 21, 1M7 usiness! United States Government Authorities Show by Exhaustive Investigation That The Price of Lumber Has Not Advanced in Proportion to Other Commodities or Other Building Materials. hte^ the Official Report Just Issued by W. B. Greeley of the National Forest Service, With a Straight Talk to Home Builders by J. R. Moorehead, Secretary-Manager of the Southwestern Lumbermen's Association. Are You a Home Owner? If you are a farm or a home owner, or ever expect to become one if you have ever bought any lumber or ever ex- pect to. buy any you certainly should be interested in the contents of this page. 95/o of the lumber con- sumed In the build- ing or new homes and barns and in repairs, and fur general purposes, is sold through the retail lumbermen. The purpose of this advertise- ment is to show thnt lumber is not sold by the retailer at an ex- orbitant price, and we offer the Government Forest Service re- port herewith ' quoted to prove statement...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1917

mm&MtmM 1 Ifi'hiijja^^ i^uftt^WaMyivVVVV. U ett'tf 202 soofe £OT the first game and Si* average 184 for the three games stood forth tike a beacon in a fog. 5Tha First w,r.id team by its total pin score of 2377 established a record to- li Pet date In the ward tournament, this be- 1 ^ 8 « $ 5 ^ e highest that lias beea obtained ^ iggg in any of the matches. Judging from Monday evenings ex- 166 hibltion the First ward \"A\" is one ofions * 6 6 the strongest if not the strongest of all ward teams and from now on it is*ex ^^p&BtoBdajr-^tooight-Ward 1 B . vs.' rected that it will climb to the top i p f i l ^ i v ? ^ ^ ' ^ ! ' ^ ' : - ' , - ^ : - ' - - ,.....-percentage - -.-_ '.... . fc^-\"' iPifpiy^W^rd • 2 : A::TS.' : Wlard 3.' •••' 2^^ Monday—Ward 1 vs. Ward22 A. P. Foate J.. Walker .. . F. Behringer E. R. Fisher . E. M. LaPlant ffillflpanesday, MarchB28—War d B vs . £•„ Gjeteen .. IpVara^Tnree/ -•:--.' .J - x , ^ . •• • W.-.G Arle . ^a-Affe^::. •',.:• :•• -• v---- H, Grelse...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1917

S ^ -^ ^ * ^ ^ f ^\"^\"^ ^ ^ ^°^ 5enrf tt cAf W infa ^ ^rcfen o^resss wft^otff ^trs^ warnm^ rf of fAe f^orns^' TEE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' VOLUME THREE STCRUEON BAf. WISCONSIN TEieHERSJIEtfTING Annual fremiti Teachers, Institute To Be Held At Court House On April 9th, 10th and 11th. A Full Attendance Expected Among flie Important Speakers That will Atfdress the Teachers arc State \" School Inspector Anderson, T. L. Bewick and Others. WEDNESDAY MARCH 28, 1917 NUMBER THIRTY-b' The annual county rural school teachers' institute will take place in this city on April 9, 10 and 11th, Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday. Supt, Millard Tufts is planning to make this the biggest institute ever held in the county and a record break- ing attendance is looked forward to. In order to make it a successful meet- ing it must be an interesting and beneficial one. The plana which Supt Tufts have prepared todate and which are nearly complete ar,e asurance of this fact. The program which will...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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