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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1917

^KSiiiiiiil ScaiixiBABks'' ll^iM^^iMi0tt|caaie(i on the: store ^ jS^iB^^Binlca last Saturday, with :|^^^^jOt: meip«handIBe^:'•':.'. .: f 7 j00^O^6('t3\\e. farmers-of \"this .vicinity ^(S§fei«ive80'tp: Maplewood Monday for s|^^e)iit^toVthe ::OUtside' inarkei : : ' ^ji^mer|SIei8on has moved.his family « i w n Sturgeon Bay to the John Berg | « r a wherV he is employed at prea- ^'JBOt, -:,-.-^'• V:v-,' • ||||Sdtae of the farmers here are pre-' g j l ^ n g / f o r their spring sowing but ^'|liiOBfar there has been no grain ^*nted.-J '\"'•• ' ||Mx and Mrs. Nib Nelson of Sawyer g^i^sited at the home of their daughter, §9ttjf8. Martin Matheson for a few days !!||Hehry Gertz has 'returned home glihiOTjftio.woods where he had been ^^^pibyed\\': tnfl''Vpa8t winter, He will ^ g f e i p his father With the farm work this fe-kfirammer,o:. J^SMrB. Lee Woodard and children left JJB8t|Thursday for Cornell, Mich., ^ ^ e r e they will join their husband *hd father who has been employed ^J|i||ipr...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1917

4 THE DOOB COUNTY SEWS IAPWL 25. 1917 (1 ^:r si ™,..r...... = Mrs. Jos. Weise this past week/Mothel This aiul THatfront Lab(i are 'BetUng i l®ng niceiythe - * • ifeire aiiil There:: i ^Vo^W«diUB8-''beU8:.:'will' soon be rlng- :\\: ::ing^h ,:''^ ••\"••• :•\"• . . . •'. Billy Muckian made his usual call o liereoa Sunday. • • ,• V M3»p ^iiabel Jameson spent Satur- day and Sunday in this village. JL Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gilbert spent Sun- )':?-da y at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Thos. • neynbids. Miss Ethel DesJardine returned to her home here after being in Sturgeon Bay for some time. The Sturgeon Bay callers for this •week Vrere Wm, Grovogel, Oliver Shampeau, Mel Jenkins, Peter Hocks and Leo LaMere. The Glorious Club gave a basket social and dance at the town hall Fri- day evening. A good time was report- ed by all who attended. Oliver Shampeau left Monday for Michigan, where he win spend a tew days visiting and to take part in thediers -wedding of his brother Edward by act- ing as best...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1917

'''''''\"'il.'jJ.iV'.jyiWffff' THE DOOB COUNTY HEWS APRIL 25, 1917 BOWLING Standing of tbe Teams: Second Ward A iT&Jrd^Ward '.. iPlrst Ward. Ar . Second Ward B '.First WardiB . fourth Ward . G .,21 .2 1 .24 ..24 ,21 .,21 W 17 14 12 11 9 3 L Pet 4 830 'T: 666 12i-500 IS 480 11 428 18 142 p:^v, : :-- :- Third Ward Takes Two. •' ' |J i 'vIn thr6e spirited games the /Thirl s^fward bowlers took two front the First •Â£^ ?ward,B .team Wednesday evening. The i^l^hlrd warderso took\" the flrst game, |t:p%vt the B team came back in the Bee- s' ^-ond gameand.completely snowed un- fetj-der the Third warderB, by a total of p 162 pins. However, they failed to |-? «come back again in the third game '}0 • and were defeated by a total of 57 pins £'{(, Art Rieboidt of the First ward team £:j-:^as the big bowler of the evening ' V|^wlth an average of 173. - R. Soukup :^ of the Third ward team bowled for an ^^ .average of 167. Ed Rieboidt avera? f|§£ed 169.. i. . : :' •', # ^ l n the second ga...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1917

Get an, IThtAiiis^ can't be enthusiastic and unhappy at the sometime. «ilBOLDFAIR No State Aid This Year? Directors Have as Yet Made No Final «\"» Decision. Differ on Question. could not afford to secure season tick ets, and moreover the money expend- ed for the Chautauqua could-be con verted into other channels that would aid this country in her present condt WILL NOT GIVE COUBSE ChaijteiiguaContractCancelled **v ^a^aLrno^n uT^'Lany , \" . - — — - » decided to dispense with the Univers- Wenfrn's Club Will not Give University ^ Lyceum course for the coming sea- Ljcenm Course.- Possibility that Fair s o n Will b© Held Begnrdless of State Ap proprlntlon. * The Door County Pair may or may not be held? this year.. The bugbear confronting^ the directora*o£ the asso- ciation IB the fact that the state legis- lature is considering cutting off the appropriation to county fairs, ... Should the state cut off this aid thethat local fair association would be minus 'the neat sum of $1500 t...

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

^kWSS^^^^^S: mmmmmm .e-Sa^rjjer^w*n:\\-which has been in e course tit arilling for just about a ^^5il*to^ |ihe 4e^h\"fwhich the city *^iji^ ^ com-: OTiMlon may decide that the well muBtson's s^SJBun^oeeper In orders to, get a ' ifc*ron^:-$Ow^ot water.V v j|The Jot has been' a long and tedious •one for the drillers and the residents •of this ward-are anxious to have con nfaections made, -y' :*'- :': .(',r .Now.'In Ifc & Naty :\": Jj 'Harney Jensen who left recently for Milwaukee Is now in New York and a »Tnember of the UV S. Navy. His recent •itrip toMlwaukeewas made for the purpose of taking the examination for lenllstment How successfully he pass- /fld It is vouched for by the fact that 4ie is how* In active service. X , His. folks \"here received word dur- lng the week from New York, where ^e was sent following his enlistment ji^.As,Harvey: Is an experienced sailor and engineer his friends here expect . tose him receive some promotions. ^Tf he had not answered Uncle Sam's \"C...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1917

'\"• ' - ' B n i i i j ^ ]^g^0^:^C€mnty: News ^(^•Â»i^Mma^ciM astter July 1, 1014 s t ^ postofflct l^Sturgeo B»y. \"Wisconsin, under Act ot March 8. 1879. ,? ''V«\"v^.H:':'/-^'I'lfftol8HED. WEEKLY BY irfpiBodii COUNTY NEWS 'Jk^^^'h: , n«!OBPORATED , • EABI M. j LaPLAKT, Pnsident and M»n»get O. A. tXJOTBEBO, VicePrerident- ':..\": ,. X/^.&./yfMJaXBB* Seeret»i» u l Trwwuwr • •iMw0a^ CoBuannJc»Mon» to TJ» Hows, Sturgeon.By, i n k - '\"\"t^. '. ' ~ ' ' ' '''' \"\"\"'\"• • '•--••••••':••,•.••..• ' / -.-i .:••••• •• Subscription Price $1.50 Pir Year Stra^eonBay, 1TI&, May 2, 1917 0:-~^'k'^\"y • Selective Conscription/'.-' • 1 'fThe new tines require new thoughts and new ways of doing tilings.\" There is no more truly demo- craticjway, of doing the job of defending the nation and bringjng\\the war to a successful conclusion than to at once place the responsibility where it belongs in a Democracy, i. e. on all the people. We have so long rested in a sense of safety in our ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1917

53i33»iHE35BB5B83wWSiPsPB!HP|^ Pliillliil ^ M ^ S ^ m - ^ ^ T ^ a b 6 lietweei tH^Iocal high acnool & * » « * # * M wm c a r b o n -thej^ d the Weit Green Bay high school ^Friday evening, was called 'off. The !|« *itlea of city-assessor and police jua- '''^^•l^i^ajyocation/- v • v\" • ^ 1 ^ g ^ ^ t e r b e r shop of Art Matthews Is III TOdergplng iinprovements'-. this week. '\"\"' | ? 3 ^ interior ^s .being reflnlshed with ^fi»«t:-i»Brd:and other improvements tfejtr^being made.'\" •\"' ^g^Jarge'gathering:o f small boy and IjglJirf friends ofHenry Wbiiter'were en- fe|ttrtaihed at the Jos, Wblter home .Sat-. ^ i i i t ^ afternoon The youngsters had Ifkniost enjoyable time. • Simon Aronin, who recently pur- |^daa8ea the, Ijiouse in which he resides, | tein Mrs. Keogh, has started to have stoprovementsmade in the house and Ifilrill': Install -some of the modern con- ^(rti&oesf • •••'. 0'TOe .following marriage licenses yirer6 issued 'by the county clerk dur- |*ag the week...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1917

* i f *i& 1H1 B0 )B COUNTY SEWS MAt5, 1917 WMrsebes in Print Henry'Fetzer'was'a business visitor at Algoma Monday afternoon. Rev. M J. Symons returned Friday from a. few \"days \"stay at Appleton.' Oscar Christenson. .'of Forestville W as a Visitor in the.city Tuesdayv Fred -Bifskine 'of•' Jacksonpbrt trans- acted business in cthe city Tuesday. josvSto.fr^naa Jr., of Forestville was a busW»sB viMtor in the city Monday. \" T. &•.••Banderol.\"left Monday after- noon pn(«k-business trip to Manitowoc. Harold Knudsen spent a few, days during the past week visiting at Green Bay. . r . V Chas. Honold'of Baileys Harbor was a business visitor in the city Thurs- day. • ••:- ,.^-. ..,i • \" • o / u v . y .-•• ::counties. F. N. Graass spent the week-end at his home in this city, during a recess of the legislature. ' '-, • : , Jbs.~Wolter took his departure Tues- day afternoon on a few days business, trip to Chicago. V- Mlgs Elsie Tfrudell spent the week- end visiting at Kewaunee as th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1917

liliilliiii ,^,. .„, } iSlJHJBSONPOBT^••'•• J|fa^t:Leciaire was- a Baileys Harbor J^'jl^liaMere made a trip to the coun- j$iiirSeatonSaturday. \\,,^'/ v'vv'v. '-^\" Ispw-\"Virginia Young spent the.week |W!at-Bel Mere Villa.*4 :••... , : .•**' ^Speartag .i^ckero is the chief past- ^ t a e j n and \"around the viHage.i . ti* Melvin JepUlna took his* departure ^ w p o r t fo? 4ri]l Saturday, April 28th. vMra/Tom Reynolds loft Friday for. fiyftwauket» where slid will visit with '^Hktivesi: •..•..' iCii Miss Conley pleasantly surprised the iSBChiibl children by making a call here jSftiday afternoon. ~ Y . ^k/lir, and Mrs. Chas. Heald and MISB Ifiazel Heald made a trip to Baileys /Harbor Sunday, %£ yi!thel Kalmbach and a friend visited -KTjHtb Miss Helen Reynolds for a few irtufs-Saturday. . , ^VMrs Sam Bagnall Is taking the gi^fllace on the rural route for her hus- ,.*»nd who fs on his vacation. |S^Mr. and Mrs. Homer Remlllard and. ^flftUe daughter of Sturgeon Bay Sun- ^flayed with re...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1917

This and That from :: Here and There:: Jos. Lamperiiler and son Eugene made a business trip to New Franken last^Frlday.' ,f '-'•' A. 'J. Haegele, horse buyer of Green Bay, was oiitjthis way Tuesday buying «p horses.^ . »-• George, the six-year-old son of Chas. iamperuer, is ill tit his home with nJeumonliifc Desire. DfGrand was a pleasure vis- itor','St Green Bay Tuesday and Wed- nesday of last week. \" • Louis Gerondale, made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay Saturday, to at- tend the Rankin auction sale. Eli tihaudblr made a business trip to Menominee and Cedar River, Mich.,pBay last week leaving Monday and return- ing Thursday. Jos. Jindra, teacher in Dist. No. 2 and Raymond Krause-of Dist. No. 3 spent Sunday at their homes in Nase- -waupee and Gardner respectively. The steamer Nettie Denessen made her initial appearance at the Chaudoir •dock here last week. The boat will make regular trips between this point and Green'Bay room now on. j . B. Delwlche, Fred, George and Arthur Del...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1917

l l W i i i l i i i f ^ gum IgSfii ^ ^Fjr^sWiUcd/j A^ t. ?^4l i^?S«^Ml'Ward' .' v^ 27 f&lsi^Urth^WardvW: ••• • '24 SfjSSSv.*\"'•' \" '' • • \" \" '\"' • ' • \" W' • 15 • ' ''12 13 -10v- 4 600 482 Schedule Wearing Close ^ANOTHER BASEBALL IEAPUE In spite of the war, ifesebail talk '407 -*.MMcontinues and, this week'an echo 167 concerning a proposed baseball lea- gue comes from our neighboring city of Kewaunee, which is anxious to put a team into the field this season. The Kewaunee Enterprise \"has taken ^l^wMcibf• lS jnd^--nearjtag a^close. ^ The up the .league which has. been Riven ^\"^^t^gam e of Vtee schedule will : be |g|b6wled: iiny May llth.^ and with but S i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ - ^ 0 We\"fschedule' no ?3*preat change1'$k the' standing of any j|$ypf*:ffie\\'t!^^ '::.•:'.'. V0|i^o' SeMto^!^ v A' teama has oniy 5|J\"m more series to bowl and thus is Ql^baced^ -flrsiifplaqe^ but there still f| ? ^rp)lDtee%vfe, ^i:a.]'heated contest for j |C*hersecbnd and,tbjird positions. vj^ : 'Dur...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1917

can't be enthusiastic and unhappy at the same time. ?'%ti!$'iiM$!$ ^SI^P^'- ^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS - \" N E W S WORTH WHILE' tmrni FO R ME N More Young Men Needed in Lpcal Unit. Are to be Mastered in Next .Monday by Capt. Imhoff. Will Make Trip To Kewaunee Applicants Took Medical Examinations Daring \"Week. By Enlisting In Lo- cal-^oinpany Young Men Are Patri- oUc%p Their County. '--• The Vifcusterlng in of the Sturgeon Bay Guard has been postponed until . next Sfltbndayon which day Capt Im- hoff will ho here from Green Bay to accept the members of the local guard into ttie service,of the government. Capt Imhoff comes here as a repre- sentative of UnCle Sam. The captain was supposed to be here the past Tuesday, yesterday, but re- ceived a call to report at Milwaukee. This was a somewhat fortunate occur- ence for Sturgeon Bay for the company has not been filled to war strength yet and the ranks of the local organization will be lieid open until Saturday night. jThe young men of this ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1917

jjjjljjj^^ BlPl^»i ©S mmmmsBM SAVES BOY'S MFE |||jOT,-AelearB\"in Hero Role. SBTCS rieo. m '•• Joseph Afitears, the veteran h'.ac'k-store. Ith iSived GeorgeVScliwill ivimi a |ftw»jfery''gravewhe he rescued' the ||yqun&T)03r after he had fallen Uitqtlte •vi^aterij. Although Mr. Aelears has been i-lald up for home time wijh: a, lame Tjack, he held the 1G year old boy above ^ ^ ^ t e r u n t a other lieUbarriyedV \" j Young Schwill was fishing on one of the docks In the nolghorhood of the !©rlst Mill when the accident which Jwas near fatal occarred. The young : £eliow is subject to^ftl^and-aa4ie was ^Standing on thev«dge of the dock headlong Into ttie-gftterlwhlch |iwaa Beveral feet-deep In that partlc- \"oular place. Kj /[ •.-..'• \" .- • ' • Luckily UUi :fall Into the water was •observed by Mr. Aelears who happen- ed to be but a abort distance away. Joseph reached down, secured a good bold on thefcoyand held him aboveCalifornia the watery but was unable to lift him, • owing...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1917

SoUred as Second-class matter Joly 1, 1914at the jostoffles •t Sturgeon Bsy.WUconsib, under Act of March 3, 1878. PTJBLI8HED WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS '-•.:•:' , •?* INCOBPOBATED BABIi M. LaPLANT, President and Manager'•.-\"• C. A. LTTODBEBO, Vice-President • \"• W. WAQUiJiUi, Secretary and Treasarer Addjess An Communications to The News, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Ytar. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., ]ffay 9,i917 \\:^ ^ ,^.: --::C Do It No'w ^ . ^ --. 'W-V. Door County should be so organized as to guaran- teato'tts peonle food and fuel for next winter. It means the safeguarding of women and children from suffering. It is patriotism too, for when we1 knojw the minimum of what we shall, need, we also know the maximum of what we can export. '.'Of course we can wait until the government does it for us. y ''\"v:.'-'.'^' C:! : I n T he Spirit of Lincoln / y^ithVmalice toward none with charity for all with.firmness in/the fight, as God gives Us to.see the Tight, leit'usstrt...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1917

THE DOOR COUNTY H1WB MAT 9,1M7? :* mf$&fcwits • « f * ^ e ^ \\P&^^^ | ^ l ^ l 2 l 8 t io make, Water^ connections. [ MM*«r tha|date the curb and gutter I Ttprttl J laid arid the Improvement made rlii^tte.(street ^^ttei i no connectiona \"''\"^^'l^':made. ' vv/V. :-•'•• •''.' \\ ^: SBepalr work started Tuesday oh the afackflonport road .lot the town of Naae- i ^anpee. TodafiBi two separate '• roadhe *rews are in operation In the county. V*n in Nasewatfpee' under tie super- ?^sloa of Whittora and one in Sevasto- • .- licensee were issued the past week by the •ounty clerk: Louis Barbiaux, Brus- • -sels, to Mary Massart, Brussels Fred U. Heldt, Cambria, Wis., to Margaret Campbell, Jacksonport. and Basil De- .4*rden, Red River, Kewaunee county, ^*o,LucyLuniaye, Brussels. TheOBaby Program which was hold *t the high school last Thursday af- jternoon waa ^alrjy well attended. The program carried out was an excep-, tlonally good one and all mothers who -•Â»..., j_.» _' , ' . . — •...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1917

•f$$\" & . ^ M B BOJB 30UKTYllEW MAY 9,1017 Frank Schuyler was a Green Bay visitor Sunday. Ci J. Hoeppner of Maplewood trans- - acted business -in the city Saturday. John Tipler spent'Saturday and Sun- iay at Green Bay on business. Jos. Schauer visited over Sunday with relatives at New Franken, Mr. and \"Mrs. R. B. Cornish spent the week-end visiting at Green Bay.. Harry Stradling spent Sunday visit- ing at Green Bay. Martin Jischke of Sister Bay trans- acted business in the city Saturday. Rev. Louis Lops of Brussels trans- acted business in the city Thursday. Miss Ella Boettcher of Forestville was a visitor in the city Monday. MTB. Ed Burr returned Atfahday ev- ening from a visit at Oshkoshv - i Drl' A. W. Slaughter of Ephraim was a visitor in the city the latter part of last week. . Mrs. W. Fandrei of Ellison Bay spent a few days the forepart of the week'visiting friend3 In the city. P. B, Seymour was up from Green B*ay Monday on one of. his periodical business visits. . James...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1917

THE BOOB COUHTt HEWS MAY 9,1917 pit lPil^5^ :iHERE week from Algoma where she anil her M X * * * * * * * * * ^ -^, ..-., .' • •'/,. Ifff!:35Sr^?iBlleif/• Weddingj '_ '. • ':•.- '* ^ f Q t ^ B r a u n ^ Miss ^^^\" |:jW!liey\\rroit/ xPo*e8t^ie--: .were rinlted In the holy bonda of matrimony «t the German Lutheran church on VTOureday morning at 10 o'clock, RevJ JB\" Schumann offlclatlng. Jf. ^gSThe bride,was prettily attired in\"a ygown of white silk measaline, trimmed ||^|h/prlentai lace and swan down st^dVWore a silk embroidered veil! ijj Followlng the church ceremony the •wedding party betook themselves to ^ilne home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller, in the town of gFbrestyille where the reception, was jfield. The home was decorated in •paper festoons and \"bells and the oc- IjCaslbn was a merry one. The newly ^ ^ 9 received the congratulations of numerous friends gathered at the re- ieepttoh. ! '\"•\".-' They will make their homo on a Mrfchla Co. where he set up a m...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1917

'•••'^v inaftm'icMJi^ toil ing Stamps May 10th | | 2 S. & H. Green Trading | g stamps or 4 People's Store 11 cash trading stamps with | £ each 10c purchase. | * PEOPLES STORE |l . . . . . . . . • * KMKXXXXKKXICir»Kl((«XXXXXXXXXXXltXXKXXXXXt« ASK for DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS THURS. MAY 10 JUNIUS S.MORGAN Son of Banker on Duty In U. S. Coast Reserve. TAXNGTICE Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 23, 1917. Notice is hereby given that In accord- ance with the^statutes in such cases made and provldeaKthe hereinafter des- cribed tracts and parcels of land are a \"Statement of the landsvUDon which tax- es have been returned delinquent for the tax of 1916 and which still remain unpaid and so much of the following described tracts and parcels olxland described in said statement as mays.be, necessary therefore, will on the second Tuesday of June next and the succeed- ing: days be sold at public auction by the County Treasurer of said county, at his office in the court house, in the city of Sturgeo...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 May 1917

THE BOOB COUNTY NEWS MAid,im r^ On account of the increased demand for ^ food and dairy products and especially for Van Stop's Evaporated Milk, it became necessary for D©to increase our output by entering new terri-' tpry. Bein^ attracted to Door county by the especial climatic conditions and the interest in dairying which is evidenced by the many good herds of dairy cattle, the large barns and silos, we have decided to equip the Sawyer factory as a condensing plant for the manufacture of evap- orated milk. It is not the policy of this company to con- tract for milk for months in advance. By our method the dairvmari is free to sell his milk to others in ease he is:tiot satisfied. Jt will be our policy to pay a good price for milk month by month. All we ask is that the dairymen try sell- ing to the condensary for a few months, then if our methods and prices do not warrant continuing with us they are at liberty to change. ^ Do not contract your milk until you have investigated our pl...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1917

^f - u ears to one tongue therefore hear twice as ma as j^ir ^eafe^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ ? THE DOOk COUNTY NEWS—\"!*EWS WORTH WHILE' fOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, MAY 1G, 1917 NlJMjiEE.FOBTy.8dC SCHOOIMCTIVITIES Cradaating Class Busy Rehearsing for Class Play. Will PresentThree One-Act Plays. Other Numbers. Class NightJune the Fifteenth jlnnual School Exhibit Held Saturday Afternoon anB Evening and Sunday Afternoon. Hundreds of Citizens Yiew Exhibits In Booms. The 1917 class of the local high school, •which promises to be the larg- est in the history of the school, will iave something different than the us- ual graduating class as they have se- lected three one-act plays to present »on class night, instead of having the «sua| three or four act play. Class Night will take place Fridajt -June 15th, and on this evening the plays will be presented and the other -class exercises will be held. The. three plays that have been se- lected are recommended as - excell...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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