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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1917

^i^i^ifeiil^gli^liii Jv'-S-sSS*! wmm •IIMBiiiiliiliii Wmm MAimUGE A GREAT SURPRISE S S $ Â¥ $ N $ S ^ ^ ^ k jvisitingr^-with his parents^ Mr Just Marie HBOTfn. Married a ^E4^3Menta^otBa^er and vlchv '^riae ^tiring \"the week' when word was ^t^Bived'-.trmt'Mai Mmaif Goerler,only idaughter \"of:' Mr and Mrs. Bernard : j^rl9riTtod\\'^dri^ %.'.i^ttrisehr-one of ^f^ojittiw-ypto^^nrof this vicinity, kft- 0^7W^dihg\"wMch'was kept quiet S^urtetfSn'^rtf 4tti^i9i6,^aV Crown j*6int, -l^^^^thW4iibne the bride -$ktfcomp1eun^%r^musical studies at ^ c Chica^f^nBerVa:ioipy f » Music • ifrotrtwhich schoolvBho graduated in ^^e^'Milxwinir fiT^iharrta|& '\"with i^^libn8rS^^*-UiFtlBBd'bf th^ihar- rtage **AH%7%was refeefvlng teller in thB^ ^gt8M»Sd^taW^Bank la one of j^^MhliSi#^(Jn1cag^^. &?** )• • • 7^^-m^m^Wnot^'^returned to lawyer ^ yinateHlshbme His father ieeatbgviifB ilsstttantSe^ott! tn«farm SecentlytMr* Bort^^ulrcnBsed aft in- terest iac.4li»iSawyer4^farage! and is .iow:•'•* ineinWr?o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1917

THE DOOB COUNT! JTEWS APfttt 11. 1917, 7%^iSO^bl• Ccmnty jfows Entered a* S8Cori/i-cla«s mattir Jnly 1, 1914 at the Poatoffiei at Sturgeon Bay,Wisconsin, under-Act of March 3, 1876. s v •„ FT/BUSHED WEEKLY BY THE POOR COUNTY NEWS (1NCOBPOBATED) EABX M. LaPLANT, President and Manager C. A-LTODBEEG, Vice-President W. ifelOEKEBy. Secretary and Treasurer : Address iii'ConunnniciUonB to The Kews, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. |qb»cript*on Price $1.50 Per Year » ^Sturgeon Bay, lYIs., April11,1917 amazed to find such conditions of disorder in a mod- ern city. When the last number was being played people all over the house were putting on wraps, jostling chairs, etc., until in sheer disgust the mem- bers fairly sped through the number and were glad to escape. \"What sort of a recommendation will they give Sturgeon Bay? If such entertainments are too high class for our blood, lets only *ring In slap- stick comedy where we may attend, chew peanuts, drinkNpink lemonade, and bawl out pur loud chat- ter...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1917

flllSll THE DOOR COUNTYTOWSJlPEBt iLj&Vt ^^S^vusialj'Eaatjir: crowds attended ji^*ioi^'i- charciiB8.: EaBter £ $ a i ^ t ^ ^ ^ large .^fiM»q^aft,iijCj\"e^IaiJ :l^^c^tt--jitojr^rajra : -',: *_ \" £ £ T O £ i 0 ^ a M i ^ re- «6lve4.B. carload BMpment of Dodges Friday, The 1917 Dodge roadflter has pereral new features over last years Jai^d'm^ii8^,^aeaV car. '• Vv^l^4a^f^ r the St Joseph church •0Vipplanned••& eupyer itor thia Wed- aeaJaj^ afternoon and evening, to be •erved at the Roger Eatough residence. n excellent meal will be served. S The firstGoodrichboat of the sea- i^IftJjBi^edtiJd Sunday by Agent A. X^\"%a^hK& yi large consignment of *r«gtitfla: iow at the local dock awatt- Ing shipment to outside points on the v? Tlie 'schools resumed session the torepart of the week after the Easter • *^s8 Tie parochial school resum- ed eess'ion Monday while the public «chool started Tuesday. The several ^teachers' who spent their vacations at their respective homes, retu...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1917

IBXDQJBcopyrrREWSV ifiit 11. m? iUilph Jenguiri of Gardner trans- acted business in the city Saturday. Sylvan Baudhuto visited over East- er at his home in Brussels. Arthur Weber of Forestville trans- acted business in the city Saturday. Jblifm- Worley Bpent the week-end with friends at Green Bay. Mrs. H. Overbeck visited over Easter at Algoma with relatives. Miss Linda Lebinkubl of Forestville •was a visitor in the city Thursday. Miss Helen Dresser, who teaches at Markesan, Wis , is spenaing the spring vacation at her home. Miss Edith Nelson returned Thurs- day evening from a few weeks stay and visit at Biloxi, \"Miss, , ' Jos. Simon went to Green Bay Sat- urday to spend a few days visiting at his home. „ Mr and Mrs. John M. Perry and children visited- over Easter at For- estville with relatives. Win. Barnhardt left Monday after- moon for Green Bay to spend several days in his official capacity. Wenzel Moore returned to Talbot, Mich., following a week's visit here with relatives. J...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1917

£^jN)ifl|£^ iiisiiiii : '\" - • :.'' :•'• '/%' t': .::-: ^-''^ • WmmlfflM . .„a*i ^^. F0RE8TVILLE i3B^^^3^i^^r^!v(r^'^ : r^gx^i 'that place witiihejr brother Fred. Iaitb last Saturday i ^ S & S ^ . ' ^ ! ^ ^ rvJohn Hettlger had the misfortune to ^ i ^ ? P l | W ^ ^ ^ ' , W ^ . a f t ^ » U 6 P » » ( Weak tb^little linger on one of his Jlriaitor Monday. ^|fc^ ^j|i)er .'^ ' ai: Sawyer ^Jaitbr ^Tuesday^evening, |?| |||:i^^8CIar^ Is spending the p ^ ^ ^ D n j ^ ^ i J j e ' tbwn of jAhnapee *&r^^- si^.pe^iwjw'a^it^ r at Sturgeon ' \" jijilj^esa^U'^v^^: ^ .v:'\"':-!K-::-\" A toby girl was born to Mr. andNestman's iAiwua^ fcriondt T&prsdaje-*^^ ( ^ ^ ^ • • - - ' ^ ' • ' • ' • o ,: '• -.: A'. !•• ^|^gvltojBlBlei krueger went to Algoma p*^iSto»rday,-:at which point she visited P|$,jl«»errSundayi: ^ '-':, - • ••'• ':' . .\"•'' -'-•. • ^§||^»H$s5itna^ 'and' '•, Hattie pj|/^afeaierjahri :were: Sturgeon Bay vlsl- ||| f |tqiw Wte4ne8day. -'-: \\l, $§§££&i€aw8r£astrow...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1917

TTOBO^COUJ^ aaFVBrGHT\\.J^TjS^/€c \"I took it from blm. It's under the -• \"Get it for me.\" ' From Inside the bar Bill took a care- ful survey of Le Moyne. He noted his tall figure and shabby suit, the slight stoop, the hair graying over his ears. Barkeepers know men: that's part of the job. After his survey he went be- hind the bar and got the revolver from under an overturned pail. K. thrust it into his pocket. . \"Now,\" he said quietly, \"where is be?\" -.'•'\" .• • \"In my, rbom-r-top of the house.\". : K. followed Bill up the stairs down which he had carried Wilson's uncon- scious figure. The room under the eaves was stifling.: An' unmade bed gtood in a cprner. Joe was sitting Jn the corner farthest from the window. When the door swung open, he looked «p. He showed no interest on seeing K., who had to stoop to «nter the low • room.'.- .:::/•..•'••••• \"Hello, Joe.\" \"I thought you were the police. Is be dead?\" •'.', '. \"No, indeed.\" \"I wishTd killed himi\" , \"Oh, no, ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1917

.———'••'•'••• •.'•'• '\" ' ' • • ' • on Free-Ii )6t FOB'fi] VTAT w-.^*W ate 11? :..» /.v.'p v« •--.4:- ,8-?. tf*-' W. 6: 10v .'-It', ^12 Pet -800 611 600 445 266 200 : 0^ : p TJ^ ^\"{.Sli^^^ :'th'e : Third. J.:-wa*&!^^ers) :pia^ y ~'&$i&f' ,the^ S^^: Ward^:A:vte^u{The £&jiir#i.'W^ \" ^0^{W6 : sc6re :itt the first ^m, but V-ia^kpftp the occaalqaiii tfife Second •*^d^-iUUrd :games and took both of ^^^^K^J^4 ^®A'\"f:^e^pMlt\" bowled in'the yi€frelsen^tii© laJfte£betngout of the :y The imrtb\"county, -• particularly the progressive .^town of Gibral^i^-may haye a^township tree hlghc^nobV. A special election h^heen: called to take place on the coming Saturday, April 14th when theelectors of that town will have an opportunity . to decide whether \"or not they want such a achool.: . '''.'..'•'-.'• -.' V' V^-: vv\" '..':'• ^-'M'.-Y'- ' The concensus of opinion is that the northern part of the ccfunty is infavor of such a school. We have been informed that a great number...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1917

Sticking Everlastingly at it Brings Success. THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" 8TURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY APRIL 18, 1917 NUMBER: FORTT-TW© DISPLAY PATRIOTISM Saturday's Demonstration Shows That Door County Is Loyal To The Core. County Represented. 2,500 Participate In Parade Attorney McGillan of Green Bay, At- torney Wogener, City Clerk Lange- , *- mak and Bev. H. ' Pfeifer of Saw- v yer Hake Stirring Speeches. Pally 2500 people participated in the' Loyalty Parade Saturday. The procession surpassed all anticipations, the truest American spirit was dis- played everywhere and the city was most fittingly decorated for so notable an occasion. Besides the 2500 that followed the line of march over to Sawyer and re- turn there were several hundred on- lookers who Joined the vast patriotic throng in front of the Hotel Waldo and listened to the speeches of the day. During the time that the speech- es were delivered one seething mass •of patriotic citizens, representatives of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1917

•''\"-' \"•—, '••..-•..\"'\".•'\"\"•• '\",'*'.'•••'.•'!' ' '!\".'.\"•.•. * ' .\"':••'•' . • ' . . . . . • . . . . . . • • . . ' • ' .:' ' - ' i ' \" . , • ' . ' \" . ' . ' ' '. . .• ' i . ' i i l f i - I . •'• ' . ' -i ii- »i t i l ii \" ' I . • \" - • i i ,,,••• ••'-••••• •-•Â»-•• -., - . ••\" -lirT'\" : \"- - I \" i ' \" -- • \" '•:'' -••'•'•-\"•••••••••••.•^•.'-•.^••- •r.--Vfe-.'.\\--.---:-.,--- I«iEiiM:lf QWC::sS wmmwmER Sawyer promises to be a busy place -this season, tor the local canning fac- tory will be in full operation through- ' o u t the summer. Former Manager W. JJ. Cornell ia here from Indianapolis securing acreage for the local plant «pd is meeting with success. The factory at Algoma will not be ^^operated and it Is Mr. Cornell's in- i/tention to get an exceptionally large acreage here. The VanCamp Co., own- e r s of the local plant and hundreds of -others throughout the states, received (•word irom the government to make an L -endeavor to have all their factories...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1917

Th& Door County News Intered as, Second-class matter Jalj- 1, 19.14. at the Pogtofflce at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act of March 3^ 1879. .. :.\"\" PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS „ (INOOEPOEATED) - ' BABL M. LaPLANT, President and Manager' .0. A. LTJNDBERG, Vice-President W. WAOESEB, Secretary and Treasurer Address All Communications to The News, Sturgeon Bay, Wis'. Subscription Price $1.50 Per,Year Sturgeon Bay, WI&, April 18,1917 • T In the Interest ofAlLHoor County « Troublesome times Are uppn us. Times that force upon many individuals and many \"businesses decis- ions, which, if self-interest alone were considered would be hard to make. . To those who have the courage of their convictions,' decisions as to right, in so far as we. can understand the right, should not • be difficult .to make. The Door County News seeks to represent that which is in the interest of all Door county^and believes. it is doing so when It stands squarely for what i % believes wil...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1917

*rm? BOOR roimrr TOTR APRIL 1$, 1017 ||^!l^ee-xari6ad8of Jive': Steele were j \"The Old Peabofly few\" at that church J^PPMrl^tlie CMcagoparlret^n thel Friday evening. The cast selected for :||tott^fty train.-0 v'' \\: ••\"•••*• v -.\\. :.:••. ' the play Is £ good one and the char- ^^rhe^aUiitk palds its Initial visit at acters are well* fitted for the. parts ^ ^ h o m e ofJMr^and Mrs. Homer Ives w n l c h they will portray.. The cast has Sunday, leaving: a bouncingboy. t The been faithfully rehearsing for tome ? »otheif and babe are doing nicely. ^^CT'Remlilard has begun the crec- I-poa. of a modernbungalow on a lot ^ ^ ^ c h ) he: recently purchased on \\^EluMnpsbnstreet In the Third ward. ^There Is still considerable Ice in vllie north bay. Reports state that the Ice is breaking up in Green Bay but jWllI not move until a'heavy wind .comesup.-v• •.••A' ..-'.. '.--.'' Miss, i^race Peters entertained a number of /her] triends at her home Monday evening at a \"fudge\" party. ATheyo...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1917

1HE Wm COUNTY NEWS AFRIfc 18, 10.17 : * * • • John Herikel spent Monday at Algo- ma on business. Robert W,. Gunnerson of Detroit Harbor was a visitor in the city Fri- day- . '-'. \\ Chas. Plinske of, Forestville spent a few hours in the city on business Saturday. .' •' • Miss Dorothy Reynolds of Chicago jBVvisiting in the city as the guests of friends. John J. Walecka of Kewaunee spent Sunday visiting in the city with .friends.' y-v . i . D. Smith returned Monday from a few days business trip td Milwau- kee. \"... R. Soukup returned Saturday morn- ing from a few days business trip at outside points. • j v, ! Jos.Zivney returned FTiday mp^n-: ing from a. several days business trip to Milwaukee. . . Attorney W. E. Gaede returned Sat- urday evening from as short business trip to Green Bay. N x John Worachek of Sister B-iy spent several hours in the city Thursday on business matters. \\ W D . Zastrow'of Forestville spenta. few hours in the city Monday trans- acting business. . John Baug...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1917

fDOOB COUNTYKBITS APRIL 18, 1017 ififWPs I from iiiisiipTHERE W$W$M f^STraXE^.,. / •': ••.•where • • £ /Dr. Hlrschboeck made a business jiii^^/StMrgTO^ '-••• / ' ^ :^4^B -':J.sis:':.Haegeie :isv::on vth e sick ,$&--$hla :':week/'-, E / Henry Jieofluinet ot -Nasewaupee ^aaViavisitor ! here Wednesday. ^Mr8. : :Fre(l:-Meyer -was' a Green Bay •isr^tfrr Tuesday. : : i i i t o i Babler Came over from Map- Jewood Friday on business. v^^-aira: R. Barnhardt spent Morday f.-'^itfng%t Sturgeon Bay. $ Hermann: Feldt transacted business • t Rio Creek Monday. : The dance a t Wm. Rankin's hall Fri- day evening was fairly well attended. Peter Brey motored to Algoma Mon- da y and spent a few hours on business. William Moore who••'-had been em- ployed at Milwaukee the past winter returned Friday. Governor Kumm motored to the Institute. Monday evening to take in, :JUi.e dance. ^ : •Jy^Mr8. Wm. Rankin, sonWilliam, and Miss Rose Flemal visited at Brussels oyer Easter. John Perry, wife and children ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1917

THED0^CPlTII1^^WS»Si«RfI. Igi 1517 illli^PHi Thisand That from .*: tfiiife and There :: \" EGGHABBOB Henry Graf b£ Jacksonport called on relatives here Saturday. J b n n W i Carmody has installed a milking machine in his barn, the first in the neighborhood. Mr. Serrahn has moved his family from Sevastopol into their hew resi- dence recently built '^fgi Glaud Gard, postmaster, is setting] k]klow up the cigars. It's a boy, the first in a family of four children. H Many of our people attended the The Btork called at the home of Mrr and,Mrs. Andrew Magnerte during the w^ek and left a little daughter. Billy Burns says, \"If we ever expect to get warm weather we will have to cut the ice in the bay and burn it.\" Anton Martinson is at his home here convalescing. He had been in a hos- pital at Milwaukee for several weeks. New cars are arriving every diy. F. Jischke, Walter Drere and Oscar Spilth having purchased cars this week. - \" . ' . - . . . Stage Driver Lackershire is going to peti...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1917

^^M^0^S^EM^^'!i4s'''v '\" \" W-vr^r-'IiXXcl SSecdna«Wiaia Asii v 21 17 4 830 'gm^d^m^:^-.^:m^':: 12 6 ^66 ?&tfct>Wi \\ .'12 .•:•••' - 9 571 s^rst^W^WJBUvi:^ 18 8••-. 10 445^v^tywaa :: '.:,' • 5 13 278 HBV»tUia':^ard . vi:.''.':. 18 3 15 167 ^. ' te::: a^inOst:|itotare^tlhg. match last ,•%^dn«at^i^yefltoB'-'tiie' Second, ward 'ifjA teatacaptured two gajnes from their •^brttiier'Bi the Second ^ward B teaii. •% }• Considerable interest was taken in fthematch and timely rooting factored i n the- arst game, when the B team \\ ^pushed aheaO of»the big, team and won ',/by. a narrow margin of two pins. Bow-. v^Ver|'iib :^eV^ond''',and\\thlra^gainQ^ the A team camo back strong win- ning by 109 to the second and In the third gam© bowled the big total of 856 phis, winning by 155, Lavassor andHart with, their 204 and 201 scores were!, big factors In winning the last game and It was their scores that made the lead so great over the B •••:-teain»% :',v:V' \" v Hart!with an averag...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1917

\"A s for your Country^ Boy, and for that Flag netier dream but of serving^ Aeiv as sfte 6 ^ ^aa. '^ ^ 3 ' ^^J fOLTJME THREE j j l THE DOOE COUNTY NEWS—\"1JEWS WOJftTH WHILE' STITRflEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1917 NUMBER FORTY-THRER APATRIOTICIEETING J large Gathering of Citizens Attend Meeting at Peninsula Club Mon- day. Much Patriotism Displayed. Speeches Fall Of Patriotism ! Speakers Were Miss Margaret Rey- nolds, Rev. J. S. Morris, Mcsdaines C. L. Nelson and Edw. Reynolds, Ber. H. N. Pfeifer and Dr. Huff. This city again demonstrated its' loyalty and patriotism Monday even- ing when a large gathering number- ing nearly 250 citizens, assembled at the Peninsula Club and listened to tin stirring program which was presen •ed. Each and every speaker on the pro' sram brought out the true spirit o: loyalty and gave evidence ot the fac that this county was responding to the call of the President in a noble manner but could do considerably bet- ter, especially the young men ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1917

1 THEBOOB COCTl^lfBWS A?Efl^ 55^ 19i7 ii»IWiWl# mm lliiMiMi ^obnChrlstoptierson Meets Uotlmely *ffi ^eafii Itt^tffl'Dronnia? Accident ^:^^^chTlfl^hei«oii, son- otBen Chris- •^pherson of Halneavine, reached here K^ildajfe^The news came as a great -•shock to the young man'a relatives and iiriends forfcewas widely known thru- tout '.thls''!i1claMJr._-'.'V:..':: •^V'M(B'.ybmi^ inan was employed as fire- . : unan on one 0t ttje Hill boats, the ac- cldent occurring, at Waukegan, 111., •while the boat was in that port Frl- -day morning. Upon coming up from the\" flrehole, Cbrlstopherson placed a :pljankvfroin the boat to the dock, a •• • .-distance of 'several feet. The plank -broke and the jar caused him to lose •jits balance and fall Into the water -between--the boat and the dock. It Is said thut his body arose only /once and that he was, apparently un- • conscious. Being overheated due to tbe strenuous work of \"-firing, the plunge into the Ice cold water was a ^ea t shock and evident...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1917

1HE DOOB COUNTT HEWS JTie!w^ BnteTed' «t Second-class matter July 1, 1014 at the Potrtoffloa at SturgeonBay, ^Wisconsin, under Act of March s, 1879. PTOUSHED, WEEELT BY ' THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS „ ' • • ' . . (INCOBPORATBD) EABL M. IMPLANT, President and Manager 0. A. IiTODBERG, Vice-President W. WAGENER, Secretary and Treasurer Address AU Communications to The Hews, Sturgeon Bay, Wli 7 Subscription Price $1.50 Per YeAr \\,-,-, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 25, 1917 .A Jiation ArouseU - ': With its native genius for organization the Amer- ican, nation, under the leadership of Woodrow \"Wil- son, now takes up the task of prganizing for offensive and defensive warfare. With a splendid conception.' of its duty the financial and industrial strength of this great country responds to the President's, call. To be sure there are difficulties and problems but they will.be met by people accustomed to great en- terprise. . . • ' . ' • : In entering upon this titanic mission we have this solace that ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1917

m &!$: ^PW44Wii wiiiSifi ^ JleGutre, Jos. Jung Esq., Jflgr.-Cash •end the services at the Hope Congre- ••UonBl church next Sunday In a body. 504$$ ^aiiclng-party .giveb^r^elck's jfJ^i^hda^.ev,ening'Vby V^thtir: h. ^|p?eMoT» - -ym ywptt attended\"? and the ^?«^J g(X)d time.vwas. had by alL v ' ^ e n ^ g e s wasihe extent btthe \\i«rie8yOf the: LaiMere Motor Sales Co. 'ii*'^n4?y':'• The season -which is now 41 ^penln^ promises to be a big one for l^ ^t«moblle dealers. '4. V4. The officers o*% County Sunday- , «chool association will meet next Sun- : iay morning at the home of James • Wilson at Egg- Harbor and make plans .'•'' .ltor. the.- Door County Sunday-school convention which will be held shortly : The annual meeting of the assessors Uyi ^a several towns of the county was jfceld at tho court house Thursday. In- .#««M Assessor Dvorak gave a talk •|-which Included the instructions for •this year's work. Practically all tintopol assessors were present. The following marri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1917

IHEB0iBCOinnTOTV8' APJHL 25, 1917 IMSIill^^|IP^^ ,Wm- Mqore: Jr., of Forestville. spent Walter A. Johnson, traveling freight Friday visiting in the city. agent for the C. M & St Paul, was a Miss Ida Fischer of Maplewood was business visitor in the city Thursday a visitor In the city Friday. Peter Weber of Forestville . trans- acted business in the city Friday. Herbert Long spent a few days the forepart pi the. week visiting at Green Bay. .'••\" Capt and Mrs. Frank Jacobs arriv- ed here last Wednesday evening from Chicago. _\".\"'-'-•\".* '•• •• Mrs. Jos. Stdneman Jr , of Forest- ville was a visitor in the city between trains Friday,, F. J. LaMere made a business trip to Green Bay Monday* returning the following day. •Clyde and Guy Helgeson of Eph- raim were visitors in the city the fore- part of the week. -. . Nat A. Larson of Ephraim^was a . visitor in. . the city Saturday ?p&>.busl ness and pleasure. , : ' .C$?:.:': \\ ^ A. S. Putman is on thel'sick lisii having bee...

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