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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1917

j^aiiigissegs 'fi^vw^v*»'k'' •&*£tM&£iisVi£ix#Z l|flgf§ sife mmmmmim : «^F iEfrSfeS «Sj-*t^V- | ^ 2 | f e ^ ^ i i ^ i a ? tt$ary pleasing appearance, | | ? | g | ^ § ^ | W g t h e : we*k : ^fe'city ••:rew ap-' efe^pw^H^^MRtingibt:: \\rQad'\\6tt\\ to'''tli€-(Bnr! S§f^fF^]&F|i^^ ||§- 1^0i|ro!yi^»'lj appljed'. Before and helps | | g F ^ S | ^ ^ toi-sood^on^itlpn. •:' i | | % P ^ . ^ S F ^ H a ^ r F Sutliers F entertained £S||5F'F:^ pilffi^^ltorlMlaB , Phllips'ofvChicago, :lier guest. $«F £Fj-i^endMce^and' allreportFormost joy- c||^ft^ i^na: tisdie. 'X -' ••'•• • '-^..'. ] •'.•'-.FFy 'X- •'. • |pft|AÂ¥v :i^e'Ladle8 61 theF Congregational |§FFJ'fpn -tlw^lawns' pI:^Mr8/:.F .C.'.Huff \"and •Â§|g|PF Fl^SB: jAjnch will XMX^e':aisrved ana •ieveryob,o,l8 inyited. F. ySFFFiFH^&^Gua^ )|vW |i(1^0 .lt^^tayrneB8, TuridFiw the result of S^iiJ^K©'. beii^flt bail game Sahday and iheWith ffiS-^:-' ?W^efl*•'•'• ^oai t* 0 'dance./This : :fund |pf *|-vs fS:iifed/by/the comp...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1917

mt^^&^HM'^^^% ^ #jtt£^ . - was« a ivi3p^^i&^^i^Sund%.'\" . .-: '•• ' £jqB j^toc^e'oI^Brussels transacted ^ B % e | B ^ ^ | ^ ^ j ^ i ^ i d a y . - : v ^ •• \"• •-•:•Green - !i Re^'F^^JJeter^of ' • Maplewood WBB a I -H[if.\\jfcv'Hplaridi of : v Ephraim - was- a bu^ m ^B ^visitor ^in^the city Friday.•)-':• y1 \"J^vMrMcGbwap^of Algoma was a ^|^8l|^eB^i •vliBitte^4nvtfie'•' city Tuesday. VA _ W. -Maplesetunie Wednesday [Jrom afew 4ays visit at Milwaukee. John A. ?ahl VSNSister ,Bay was a business visitor In the city* Saturday. ^Sidney Reynolds of Jacksonport vw8%'*'business visitor in the city •Minday.v • •.: ^ S u p i / A E. JDoolittle of the Penin- sula State Park was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. : C . A. Lundberg and daughter Miss Lucille of Fish Creek were visitors in the cU/ Tuesday. \\ ° ::'-: .Mrs/H. L.4Mahnke and son return ed Saturday evening from a several weeks visit at Duluti.. - iiMtes Mary , Hauch of Forestville spent several days of the past week vi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1917

wmmm. ML &&SLaR\\SL^ U S ppS^^ilw^aad ! to^ ]|Mtli^^tiers in | | | § | $ j i » ^ ^ , . _ . f l f ^ f i ^ ^ ^ I B e i ^ ' ^ 1 8 ^ 5 4 Vy&en 22 |jlSig 3^M: ^::BgiBA'ne •wjaa&iii'ii^ |^3^e|taMtflS Ma^alen Smith,in iSSl i l ^ ! | ? P * ^ ! ^ % t e : fftmiijr to this cpun- |pJ^i^d :iBija\": a:tfue. frlena'-io\": all':iilci SiS^^^otarices who:win toiaa him from ^ S & ^ ^ . ^ ^ R y ^ * ^ - * ^ \" -:v -•---'.V-v'-.\"'•••:-.:-v-'/j''-:-.--_:':'\"' V'• : •: -\" - V v p | § ^ i n f ! ^ §|fpF^Bfc:^ ||S ga^di2^ Harbor jS Ja|iiBs]t)ied8ide whence final summons w ''''''|*i^^ :?§The^to |Jforjr?8 ^hurch at Balleyay Harbor* i ^dayf:i$brn^ ^jnglngVtbe- solemn requiem jnass. The v^remaina^ e r e followed/to their last iireaUrig'^place by :' n :large number of ? Peaceful be thy silent slumber, Peaceful in thy grave so low • f Thou: no mbro wilt Join bur numbe . Thou iib more our sorrows know. : Yet again wo hope to meet thee, when this mortal lire has fled Then, In heaven, wfth-...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1917

^ p l e w o p d i f ^ a ^ 7 ^ ' ^ | i f 5\"£ ? ^\\ ' Oakland Efehti^v^: | ^ ^ ' % c V - r - ' \\ i Mr.'r&a'li^: M^^ Rose^ motpried to Algoma widneaiay, A baby boy was boratipMr.Md' Mrsj yim, Homeyer lastsunday, Mrs.' J. S- vBteegele was a,\" business visitor at A l ^ m a ) S a t u ^ ^ _: Walterj Schubert of ^Gardn^r was iere Wednesdaypit business.:.-,•\" Bastar motored to Sturgeon ^ ^ d n e s d a y ^ b ^ t n e s s ^ ' Mr^ and Mrs- Haryey parlifcg were visitors at ForestvUle ^bnday. Chas. Plinskepurchased a new Ford ?aape andHr& : WtUianv IBarth of Sturgeon Bay were:: here Tuesday in attendance at the funeral of Mrsi KpckwelL '\": '/•[, . Jos. Hafeman and wife, Jerry Lehm- kuhl and Leo Jennerjahn motored to Little Sturgeon Sunday where they en- joyed some good fishing. Miss Eva Hoffman celebrated her seventy-eighth birthday Friday. A number of her friends gathered and helped make it a happy occasion. A number of friends and relatives assisted Mrs. Ed Mueller in celebrat- ing...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1917

^^^W ttl&Waatoevertng the. fPlagt ,....„ 1h|n pneif |ofvU]^ ^ life?jcomi^fid^^-xJ^^sHw^-w^y^v^mali ,toiiifghij£|^ inMuppbrt^ai^ :!i&p3fj^tte^ ^m^fgairte^^tt?£rb Uitfjdeiiyeryi \\sp |t|canj:ib%s^e^ta^ :me£^^}^^M0^.fliikiy^B\\ $unch .^jSidi^la^nec^sai'y'v $ov put - victory IbblttpL\"^ipitHtlier*S wouid ha .only one In a rally in: were hastily repulsca.,/,-. _--/-• jl'^ life? fiJWlHMI VW7rW7V^B?F«W1V7r 3.8 per cent, milk makes 10 lb*, cheese per cwt. • Prw» riet &'f«rm^ Value of whey and whey butter.,'i Condentaryprice3,8 per cent...... Gain for farmer in chee*e factory... $.14 j|folh)&in$are last year's prices paid by the Van Camp ifpflf fi^faf \" ttieirv Wat^ '•:These prices we pp ^p|pu^niad |c^^igl^'testi^lg milk. This however, means il 0lfia$: mii^-:3mu8tjhe •s^an4ai,d:mil.k, i !l^Iii9m^^:.^v:vi.2b 11 Weci-\" 1916 . 1.35 2.0& Jan. Feb. Maroll April May Juno 1917... 1917.,... 1917.... 1917.,.. 1917.... 1917.... ... 2.15 .... 2.25 ...2.15 ... 2.15 ... 2.15 ....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1917

J J \"Quarrels juu^d^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS— \"NEWSWORTH WHILE' tiUMElV &0M0JS, FOURTH ivention of Rural Carriers Adds fo Local Celebration. Other fowns Have Observances. idreds Of Carriers In City legates From AH Parts of State Be- ing Tendered a Royal Time byrCity, |A.fter Receiving Warm Welcome, business Session Tin's Morning. •*? he hundreds of visitii.g ilural Let- Carriers, who gathered in this city idnesday morning to take- in the inlng- session of the state conven- tielped make the Fourth of July ig' day. At' an early hour in the |raing delegates to the big conven- ,, began to arrive in cars, and up - oon delegates were stm^ p'ouring gthe city. - The largest crowd from grounding points made the trip to f city by train arriving here' at 0 and were met by the band at | j ^ K | . depot. I I S S r e v l o u s to the arrival of the morn- Sgi train the band rendered a Patri- § | | M C Concert on Cedar street and upon lifSprching to the train headed a long H»I^ of marchers (co...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1917

iBiilliliiillli iilliiiiiil! H ?KA^J ' Wairtie baa'^old'bnt'iilB^lewelry ^isisbie^ S^irafci fbnfcerresident of Sturgeon Bay. f^i^salepfiiciaaes -the \"large stock and i.^ Mr iGrj^' ^aoJilea chargg of the. v^wtor^aii^^ the: weefe: g|fe*«a(yiiold.his store lb 'Palmyra, and .^^.aeyote'htB}entire: time to the local ?.-^ri^ beteg. a Jeweler of a number\"of r'ialfwira ^experience and a^ progressive j : J^fevioti8 ^tb engaging in business In i a^in^^.Mr :::flraef'• wni • in the em- ^ijdoyJof! both jewelers on tbe eaBt side ^sand has' had several years experience Cito otheir large Jewelry stores. He was E^merly In the employ of the O. H. , BlngeMhfilmer Co., a large Milwaukee p0|:rf aSrm and also wJUiSwartchild's & Co. ','/'- ,: ^ Chicaga.v,: .:\\' \\ \"'.•'•.:-'•'. m ^•V^exMj^ifer/'pawed away at the : «^ervlew • Sanatorium Little Chutesof K'://:^ r*|Be'i6 v wiij' was improving, when hj^'i'^y.wial^ddlenly taken' with a hem- »orhage Which brought on his death. ••' •:^ 'The°%ja}a'In8 ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1917

W^X^^f^^^^Wiivs nfcitwa » Secbn^Iaas matter July 1, 1914 at tha Poitoffic. : Vi:'tArSturgeon B»yi'SWaeokiin.iwideT Act ol March 3, 1879. SHE DOOR G Q U ^ NEWS EASL M. LaPLANT, Presldont and - Manager O. A. IitnTOBEBO, Vice-President W. WAQENBB,.'.Secretary and Treasurer Address All Communications to The-Kews, Sturgeon Bay, WU. ^Subscription Price $2.00 Per Yew : Sturgeon Bay, Wisi, July 5, 1917 :^S /The spreading of alarmist repori i doesn't dp^any ^ood and only serves to frighten pe iple into a harm-^ bfiil conservatism. Talking about $ 0 flour, $25 coal, 'freezing to death, etc., may-satiiiy a melancholy Tiew of conditions but is it really ivise? We have a ^igreat crop coming the governme it will take care •of the food speculators and tin heartless Coal Barons. In the, meantime let the femncils appointed •to grapple yyith these war condition! speed up a little and get a line on our municipal nfeds and the pos- sibilities. Foresight will be cheaperithan poor funds. We may have to...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1917

:TOE flOOBJ•^TO^'M^.^^tf-^-)iWr ^-/-li^eHerfc-'GOTage.: recelwd another • - J i t ^ ^jUoia: ln ihel^wrence^eaV Market J^jM^hw charge of the fruit Sfld fresh ife^etSb M department v i ~ The fallowing marriage license was ? iflauedi\"ttio ipast week by \"the county ^erfc Melvin Peterson, Ellison Bay, * j bella^MapleB,\" city. :\"i vThe.steamer Bon Ami ran an excur- valbn' to Marinette and. Menominee on i ^eFbutth,^ihe first of the season. A .'«6«dBJiwd crowd journeyed over to the •• \"v- -.: -'Tlie firpt home^groyn strawb6rrles :«f theeeaBon were placed upon the local market in.' large quantities, the ^rst of the .weelc The Fruit Union will begm Bhlpmenta this week. v Two carloads of sugar were r«ceiv- i her!e during the week, by Walter : Hoerres, i' Xwhi.ch jj. were distributed .among the local merchants. The two s^car represents a neat sum .of $8,000. : The next history talk to- the series •which are being given win take place Jn the assembly of the high school, Monday evening, ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1917

TKEtoOdE€OlWTÂ¥ JTEWS JCXY 5, 1»17 PAG$ FTTH i i j i iJ^itikJPririi : Henry Seiler of Baileys Harbor J was a business .visitor in the. city Monday. \"Miss Elsie Anclam of Baileys Har- bor, was a visitor in the city Saturday. George Beyers of Baileys Harbor •was a. visitor in the city Saturday. * Hubert Daridois of Brussels was a business visitor in the city Friday. Norma. Gauerke visited atGreen Bay -the'latter part of last week.. s .Louis Anderson was\" in from Clay tT\"Banks Friday to transact business. Roy N. Hiller spent the week-end Visiting with friends at New London. John Johnson jand Carl Johnson of Ellison Bay visited in the city Tues? day. L. P. Nebcl left Tuesday afternoon for Manitowoc where he visited over the Fouiih. \"\"• John S.' Corboy of tile -'\"N^s force visited over the Fourth 'at his. home in Oconto. ? DistMct Attorney -W. E. Gaede was an official visitor at Forestville Thurs- day morning. Mrs. S. Cayouette of Shawano is visiting in .the city -at the home of M...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1917

SiliiiiroiwiP! from wmmmmmmm fcrf^TJie'^^tft,:of July pichic at OIs- ^ t o o n ' ^ 3rqv was largely attended p -imdjCT^rj- ono speata most enjoyable W^-Among- those who arrived here on i Ithe first Goodrich^bat ^ e r e : P a u l £ sand John Gudmundsea, Anna L. Wick- £?inan, MrsVi Sarah Mlllner, Mrs. Cora ? SRowner andJJohnP.'Anderson. ^ ' i rPaul Gudmendgon who spen nearly -? a year 'ii£ New Mexico for h k health • - returnedK home last week. He says ff that he seems to feel better since he QlVas been home. His brother John who ' Ws:but therewith htmlalso returned home. The latter left for Sturgeon Bay to Join the National Guards after I a visit at his homo. It is^jratifyirig • to see so many of our young.men man-i ifosting thei.r- patriotism by offdrlng MlfWW BAY—LIBERTY PAltK Mrs Laura Fletcher is expecting her daughter Leah of Los Angeles, CaL this week. ' MisBvFletcher will spend the summer with her mother at Max- welton. Ns One thousand more Cherry trees were added to the or...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1917

j,«»U««xx»xxx]txxx^ :'-:-| :M-i STURGEON As reported to the Commissioner of Baling 20, i^c.^MfS^'::3 on RiSC^RGES Loans and Securities, - Banking House an d Fixtures, 20,000.00 5,958,57 from Banks, 166,137.49 ,117,330.86 IMMLJTiES Surplus and Profits. i 25,472.45 |l,041,858.41 -0D£ji^^ Years as Taken From Reports Made to the Commissioner of Banking. fc Jun e 4, 1913 ^une^O, 1914 June\"23, 1915 Jun e 30, 191 6 Jun e 20, 191 7 $852,174.76 $1,041,858.4^ $494,888.34 $577,309.11 $674,862.09 This and That from : Here and There:: FOBESTVUiLE . : : Joui Krueger and son motored to Algoma Tuesday. :Mr. Bpettcher will go out of busi- ness July 1st ••:':, Mrs1. Henry Jfennerjahn made a tripspent to Algoma Monday. ::.\" Ernest Berg .drove'to Algoma \"Wed- nesday on business. Mrg. .Arthur Lebrnkuhl spent be- tween trains at Algoma Monday. \" Henry Leege, wife and famijy^pentr Sunday. Tlsitmgat'Maptewood. Mr. and Mrs. George Schmitz made a trip to Green'Bay Sunday. Ed E. Perry'went Sibisky F...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 5 July 1917

fftffi*^^ On Suits AsYet! Even if ypu get 55c a pound for the fleece off the sheeps back, which is more than double- the. normal price, we still sejl our Styleplus Clothes $17 and the 365 Day Clothes at $20. JPlease appreciate what weand the makersdo forybu in not advancing the price, but it will come as soon as we have to replaceth pres- ent stock. ..' • .jassEazmmz WM&. m^s^^^m w^mi^^mm^m^MMmmk FIGURES IN GAME LAWS Boor Comity's AKHciiiDiymnn i'lays Important Part in Placing Conser- vntlve Game- Laws on Statutes ..-. F. N. Graass Door county's nssem- lilymani deserves proper credit for the important part ho took iu placing some sano game and flBn laws on the state statutes. Thfa In the unanimous opinion of ninny of. the state's leading , papers. Under the now gamit law which was passed tho last part of .the session .some sweeping changes have, boetr made. These measures have/been proclaimed the most comprehensive that woro enacted rtiirUipTtlio session just completed. Thcfo ar...

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 — 12 July 1917

Amulemake THE DOOR COUNTY WJSWS—''NEWS WO&TH' WEILS* FOLU2EE IT STURGEON BAY. WISCONSRi THURSDAY, JULY 12, 191? NTJMBEE TWO M I ES SHOWLOSS. tun Behind Daring The Year End- ing Jane 30 to the Extent of Nearly $3,000. - lcrease In Material Cause. WILL MOBILIZE ON THE 15TH. National Guards Have. Been Ordered to Report for Duty on That Date. ^ Await Official Notice lay Have to Raise the Rates to Make 81|o.-'-:''' ftp the losses. Bridge ftf ^ • V J5howsNa Profit - •- V^f^lC ' '**!*!! ~ ~ * »•!•\"' P|§|§jThe utilities of the city were a los- §||fffng proposition the'past year, where 4||$!§|he year previous they turned over to '\"\"\"'\" le city treasurer over §3000. Supt. Johnson completed his report or the fiscal year ending on June 30, ithin the week ^nd finds that the ecelpts in the water department were 3^843.67i the operating expenses §4N- 0.18 and the depreciation -$557.28, Reaving a deficit of $1003.79. ' 3-n the electric light department the ecelpts amounted to $21,554...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

* r e POOB COTOTT HTCW8 JULY 12 1917 lliil^:ii , ip i G :: s MSAWYER wbrlt iVr^ : :Aiiotlier:',Â¥artf::td Line {\"por reached here Monday that his ^ be saved. ? /added another yard to their line of ^*!d was taken to Green Bay Sun- retail lumber yards in this state, hav- ing-purchased th? business of the Yahr-Koeser company of Red Granite, vWTia* and: taking possession on July f ind. The capital stock of the new *i)rgarilzatibn is placed at $25,000 and the company will handle all kinds of vlumher and accessories tliereto. V ThiB makes six yards that the Ful- ler-Goodman company now own, which are located at Sawyer, Maplewood, ' Forestvllle, Casco, Greenleaf and Red Granite all In this state. Messrs. Jef- t4ra. and Fuller took an inventory of the new yards the firBt of the month and found everything quite satisfac- *tory. The local yards are also being im- proved and preparations . are being made to build an-addition to the mill here that will bo 18x40. A larger mo- tor is to be insta...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

^^^i^^ff^^u^'^S^iSi i En^aiecl »s Second-clasi matter July 1, 1914 at the Po«tofflc« t Sttu»e?a Bay. Wisconsin, under Act of MKCh 8. 1879. PBBMSHBD WEEKLY BY ITHE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (XNCOBPOBATED) EABli M. LaPtAKT, President and Manager 43.[A. LTODBEEG, Vice-President . W. WAOEHEB, Secretary and Treasurer - address All Commonlcationa.to The News, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis* July 12, 191\" NOW :NOW—electric \\vord—characteristically^^ American, |i t thrilled the staid and conservative Briton as it | Jell from the lips of Admiral Sims:—\"We are ready JNOW!\" But we do not intend here to use it pri- marily in connection with the thought of war. It is however, forever true \"in the'case of war that the man who says: ''We are ready now\" can only say it vitally when back of that \"now\" are trained and« equipped officers', drilled and hardened men, an am- ple commissary arrangement and a steady sure sup- ply of unsurpassed guns and ammunitio...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

Indent Limits Shipping o f Foodstuffs- PrO BE FAIR TO NEUTRALS Votes Power to President to Take Liquor in Bond. GOVERNMENT TO PAY FOR IT Wurt Prove They Are Not Husbanding Resources and Not Aiding Enemy f —Will Have Special LI- . I -• .•• ' • cense. •-) Washington, July 0.—President Wll- •son( Issued ii prot'Innmtlon prohibiting !all exports.of foodstuff* and war ma- 'terials except under special license. In giving out (lie proclamation, the 'president made the following state- 'ment: . . \"In controlling l»y license the export o certain indispensable commodities •from the United States, the govern- icoent has ftrst and clileily In view the amelioration of the food conditions which have arisen or are'likely to ariso jlri our own country before new crops •!ar& harvested. Guard Fundamental Supplied. \"Not only Is the conservation of our prime food and fodder supplies a mut- * iter which vitally concerns our own peo- Mpie, hut tlio retention of an adequate ^supply of raw materials...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

THE DOOB cormrt:-ins'w8\" JRILT 12,1917 V WISCONSIN lapp a cancan Neenah—Vegetable thieves are ao- (Hoe in this cfcty. Many gardens have fotwdr raided .and much produce stolen. '•: Wale^iriitbn—Latest tabulations by the American Red Cross show that the pet ibapjta contributions to the war fund for Wteconsmwas 48 cents/ ' ,^eenah—Cornelias Quinn and rio- •r Bishop, both local amateur wire leBB operators, have received licenses for the government service. Antigo—The council has made for- mal acceptance for the city of the gift rot .the opera house, donated by John Hancusek, for an armory. Antigo—Miss Rosette Reese has fceen elected librarian of the Antigo public library to succeed Mrs. Jessie Luther, resigned. Appleton—Samuel O. Marshall, 68 years old. president of the Marshall Paper company, died at a local hos- pital following an operation. Oshkosh—Verne Ferris, who, during I* JRed Cross campaign rally \"here, •ehouted, \"Let Rockefeller finance the Iwrnr,''. paid.a fine of $5 on a ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

WP0: THE BOOR COURTS 5EV8 JULX 12,1917 Following Is the unclaimed letter I'dreda' of people.. The race this year Mrt fdrtlife t)a_at week: Gust Zimmer- promises to'be an interesting'one for inan,and'Miss Leona. - ••\"•: \"[there will be a large number of en- : - George Pittinger is having a BUD- : Btantlal dock built on_ his property at the foot of Spruce street for his pri- ^-^•vate-use. ••-.,, : . The annual meeting of the Nase- waupee Cemetery association will be lield at the home of Melvin Haines on Friday, July 13, at 2:00 p. m. • \" Lester Brarin and Monroe Teweles are employed at the warehouse of the Fruit Grower's Union, assisting in checking and loading the cars with :v trait • , / ' • • . { The stork jnade its initial appear- j/ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm, '•• B. Higgins, leaving a bouncing baby jboy Sunday morning! Mother and £-*ab are doing nicely. Glen Darling, a former Sturgeon Bay boy, but now of Milwaukee, leaves today with one of the Milwaukee com- panies f...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

THE DOOBCOCKTXHEWS JULY12, 1917 PAGE SEVHN Miss Ella Boettcher of. Forestville was a visitor in the city Friday. Miss Mary Leitl ami Miss Aivina Allard of Milwaukee are visiting here. Andrew Brann of Baileys Harbor •was a visitor in the city Monday lore- noon. A baby boy was born to Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur Ahlswede of the Fourth wstrd Sunday. (, ' Frank LaMere went to Green Bay Tuesday afternoon returning with a new Dodge car. ' John S. Corboy returned • Monday evening from a weed's visit at his home in Oconto. Mrs.i Louise Powers entertained a number of ladies at bridge whist on Tuesday afternoon. John Rupp of Kohlberg was among r our callers on Monday forenoon while in the city on business. ' • '/•-/•.' '•' . Mat Peffer of Jacksonport was In the city Saturday attending a meeting of the highway committee.. Miss Fannie Vose.spent the—week- end visiting at' Kewaunee with lier friend, Miss'Lucy Sibree.:: ' Wm. F. Martin of Fish Creek, owner of Ridge Grove Orchards, was a busi- ness visit...

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