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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

PAGE'-EIGHT IHB DOm COITKT*myta *ULZ li, im | g P lifTHAT r'\\\\'••:'...•\"\":'\",\"': . ' . •'—-/irom! ——•——— —— ~ MER E AND THER E Miss Jennie Gename of Ellison Bay was a guest at the home of Mrs. Tbos. launders for a few days last week. M|sa Dorothy Martinson who taught school here in Dfst No. 4 was a visitor m \"the lsiand the past w6ek coming here to spend the Fourth. Wta. Jess left for Algoma Monday to attend a meeting of the poor-Ke- waunee Training School board, which convened in that city the same even- ing. : \" •','-''. Chas.: Jess who was seriously in- jured on the Fourth when bis auto turned turtle is still Jn a critical con- dition? being unconscious most of the time. Dr. G. R. Egeiand was called iere last Friday to attend him. Our rural carrier attended the state convention at Sturgeon Bay last week and reports having had a fine time. He speaks very highly of the way Sturgeon Bay people entertained the carriers while they were there. John Fons of Baileys Harbor is en-...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

| This sind Thatfrom Here and THere:: FOBESTYILLE Henry MIekelson Takes Bride Henry Mlckelson of this township [and Miss JEthel Nessen of WoodtSide, [Kewaunee county, were married Tues- d a y afternoon at five o'clock at the [Forest church, Carnot, Rev. O. N. [Jordheim officiating. The&rooni is one of the well-known [ young men, of this township, and 6ne of our progressive farmers. He and [litis younger brother recently took over the farm of their father Mickle Mick- lelson, who retired and now resides i In Sawyer. The bride is a charming young lady Ikmd has a wide circle of friends in that paction of Kewaunee county. The \"newly weds have the sincerfest [wishes of. their mariy friends for a long, happy wedded life. They are [at home to -their friends on the farm of-the groom. Fred Wolter and daughter were vis- itors at Algoma Friday. Tom Perry made a motor trip to (Jacksonport Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pasch of Tor- [nado were visitors here Tuesday. John Sloan and Art Lehmkuh...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 12 July 1917

TOE BOOB COUNTY UEW8 SVJiS:?&< 1917 1AKE MARINE NEWf - • o f Local and General Interest FRUIT SEASON IN FULL SWING. Strawberries Being ^Shipped\" Oat In large Quantles. Cherries TO11 Yollow Soon Door county is in the midst of its U • f s i to , , • . , • * • , „ : Capt Curtis Baker reached home h-iday from Milwaukee, where she \" \" - ^ . - f the, fruit season.^, Two 3n time to get a last look at the bay s p e n t the Fourth owing to being u n - c a r l o a a •*H»pments or «.—» that he loved so well, before he passed ] a bie to get unloaded. She cleared ! w e r e m a t l e t 0 t l i e 0 U t s W e sway. stone laden barges Adriatic and Ad vance bound for Milwaukee and Ra- cine. He had been ailing for the past year, being afflicted with Tuberculosis. ^About a month ago he went to the Hill .Crest sanitoriuni at White Haven, Pa , but the disease had made such head- way that nothing could be done for 3ilm. He wanted to come home and «ltho lib was very weak the Journey was c...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

r&liwifyedmmm ±L THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS-\"NSWS WO&TH WHILE* rOMJMEIV STURGEON BAT. WISCONSIN fi flURSDAY, JULY 19, 1917 'UGHSTOREINCOURT Petition Filed By a Couple of the Stockholders to Have a Re- ceiver Appointed. CHARGED ~W1TH FRAUD ompany Has Line of Stores In the Middle West Came Near Baying a Local Concern. Some of our readers will be partic- iarly interested in the follo-ving „^„C1r „(I)l, „ u . * ,ews'Item that appeared in the Mil-1 Sewer Dist. No. 3 ?aukee Sentinel on Saturday mnm- Sewer Dist No. 4 CITY-COUNCIL I A S MEETING. _/' - . — — . Clerk- and Librarian File Reports. ^/Improvement Bonds For Cedar Street Gutter. Other Matters NUMBER THREE There was little business of import- ance tranacted, at the.meeting of the council Tuesday evening. The cierk filed his -monthly report ending June 30th, showing the con- ditions of the several funds, which are distribute af follows: School District Sewer Dist. No. 1 Sewe Dist . No . 2 Sewer Dist No. 6 • Sewer Dist No. 7 . War...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

IIJAj^^Wffl: OTOE D(K COUNTTT^iBWS JC1Y lfr 1M7 Hii(p ^ TOPICS i' :-^s:^^f #R \": : H. W. Jeffers spent Sunday at hie : wld home in Hanover, Wis., visiting Tvlth IIIB .parents Miss Bernice Defoe arrived from ^Milwaukee within the week and Is vis Itlng with her mother: / Mrs. Ed Leltenborg spent several iJayg of the past week visiting with a-elatives and friends at Shawano. Rev. John Brandt returned Satur- day from Tomahawk, Wis., where he {'. attended' the funeral of a friend. ! Robert Moss arrived here during the week from Kansas and is paying a yisit at the homo of Philip Schons. Fred Schumacher arrived home from Detroit, Mich., on Saturday and will remain for an indefinite length of time. Mrs. Ed Hunt was at Green Bay during the week to visit with her hus- band, who is reported to he getting , along nicely. Denis O'Hem of Green Bay paid a short visit with his sister, Mrs. Jas. Hall, while in the city on business the UrHt of the week. Otto Zander and children returned to Wausau th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

THE BOOR COWnn HEW8vJUET»,19W PAGE TmOOf Door! County News Catered as Second-class matter July 1, 1914 at the Poitoffle* »t Srorceon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act of March 8. 18T9. c\" PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE. DOOR COUNTY NEW§ (1NCOEPOEATED) - X- BABL M. LaPLANT, President sad Manager O. A. WJNDBEEO, Vice-President :y/ W. WAGENEK, Secretary and Treasurer ' Is_what we start wltb. itia: flefennlries whether we shall lie happy-'or unhappy.* ' , Address AH Communications to The News,] Sturgeon Bar, Wis. 0 v Subscription/Pnee $2.00 Per Year • .,:• . Sturgeon Bay, Ws, July 19, 1917 ''•'•''.••' .• X '.: Farm.Help'' . •''.•''.-''...•- , In many towns In the Dakotas and elsewhere Whe$fh harvest season comes and the usual prob- lem! of \"short term\" help presents Itself, they are now feeling it as a community problem and busi- ness, men lawyers, doctors,, preachers, clerks and gentlemen of leisure hie themselves to the farm un- j • til the work is finished, leaving- only a°corporal guard to ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

:^mm(aM(e^ fljrl|g|^^ Soo n Information That Every Registered Person In The County jfe S^ Themselves With. 8& •/«v. Everybody who -was bbliged to reg- ister on I June 5th Is deeply -: interest' «d In what number has been placed • opposite^ his name by the registration loard. .'This has become all the more acutevby\" reason ot the drawing, that la s been Scheduled to take place in the near-tuture for, the selection of t•o up tho stateV for hX.'me•n • •fill\" • ••quota, - •. the army and National guard com- panies. Believing tVat every person whoBeNnatne is recorded is more than anxious to know what their number is so thatNthcy may at all times be In touch withHlie situation. We have secured a copy from the official regis- tration cards at tfteN expense of con- siderable'labor and /time and . will publish the names until they have all become known. This will, require throe or four weeks. Tho fact that the drawing isNich- ' cduled ,t© takei placo at .Washington In the jnear futu...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

THE POOB COIWTY HETTS JlitT 1$, 1017 IAG FTVB BANKERS CONVENTION Continued from Page One chubs, blue-fins, herring,: black bas&. perch and pickerel. Most of the her- ring, which are caught in these waters are salted and then shipped. There are in all, 25 gasoline or power boats with gill net outfits, and between 8 and ^10 pound net rigs operating in the vicinity of this city. There is be- tween three and four hundred tons of, fresh fish shipped out of Sturgeon Bay annually and also approximate- ly, 10,000 packages of salt fish. This is an industry, that has been tlie source of much revenue to our people for many, many years. Through the efforts of our assemblyman, P. N. Graass, new laws were passed during the last sessiott of the legislature in reference to fishing that will prove of great btenefit in the future, although it apparently is a hardship for the time being, but without proper pro- tection the fishing industry' would be short lived. In talking with our prin- cipal fis...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

ra* iiodB comm jrarwa JIHLY 19.4917 fe. • JWTertlsed letter IM—Paul Pan «tte, Thomas Mo'ran, B. D. Dluepsen, . P . W - Braasch, Miss Margaret Braem, i Geprge R..Bennett, Miss Donna Ar- nold, Mrs. Emille Burhop, Mrsi Ida Plainer, Hattie Belle Nusmander, Jim Special Starts Monday—The Door ' C o u n t y Special will make' Its' first run of: the schedule on next Monday, and -will continue until the middle of Sep- tember. As far as could be learned it will run the same aa it has the past two seasons. Joins the Army—Robert Knutson •who was engaged In operating the •'steam roller for the county In the con- Btruction of macadam roads on Wash- ington Island last week resigned his job. to join the army, going to Mil- waukee for this purpose. /^Sells His Home—E. L. Rusael witli- Sin the week sold his home on the bay ^shore at the southern end of Cedar street to John, Perry, who has taken '• possession of the premises. Mr. Rus- sell makes his home with his sons In Milwaukee the greater part of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

THE BOOB COTJSTI HEWS J U M 19,1917 I = ' \"v - ••: .:^:PAGm/&E\\[Eaii Sfl Ourselves in Print Jtor Mel Perry was a visitor |£, city Tuesday. ..-,.-. -. |?Marion Ryan left lor Wash- iesday to visit friends. St.P Peterson spent the week- Ming with friends in Marinette. Davis returned to Centralis lew days' the fore part of the\" |. Ruysdael motqred from Eph- id was a passenger on Tues- rain. • Bertschinger of Egg Harbor |usiness visitor in the city Fri- sHalstead and son Prank oi $port were visitors in the city |Vorbus and George Gerdman Creek were in the i city Wed- |&nna Keogh of Green. JBay^ is 1st o\"f'her cousin, 'MISB Ella lid Mrs. Walter L. Damkoeh- Jahitowoc were visitors in the the week»v -..».._ .'•-•/,*,-•.• • fcalner left Wednesday morning vaukee.-to pay a visit with his is ill. Allen of Kewaunee arrivr Cuesdajr to spend a few days ativea. ''•••• \\ Duclon of Green Bay .•' spent |days of the \"past week visiting Ijpity with fronds. Geier of Forestville, was gour...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

''•TAOSBKyiT uns noiE cotnrrT JTEWS JTLT I«, WI it\" • a-'C'\".\"•'\"'-.-\".'. ••:,: '••.'\" '. . • : from ''•••-....:.. \"'•'\"—• ''' •'.• ' V—•'''-..Boshka, HR E AMTHER v -Mre. James Garrigan of Stephenson, Mlch , Is visiting relatives here. Jos. Allard and brother-in-law of De- pere, are guests at the home of John AUard Jacob Rosenberg of Sturgeon Bay •was a business visitor here last Sat- ^«rday. .\". Mrs^ Kirkman, who has been em- ployed at Fish Creek, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Geo. Keohn this week. There will be a lawn social at the home of Mrs, Manney this Thursday afternoon and evening for the benefit «f the Union church. Mlv and Mrs. William Biunk were guests'of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blunk several .days last week, returning to their hoine In Milwaukee Friday. Rev, Hans Glen and family of Fish Oreek visited friends here Tuesday. Bev. Glen returned to hiB home in Duluth Wednesday, having spent the past ten days at the home of his broth- er, NelB Olson of Pish Creek. . The l...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

THE DOOB COIJHTY. 5EW8 JULY 19JJ9I7 h P£GENINH' Tils and Thai from : Here and There:: CLAY BANKS LFRED OISON DIES OUT WEST ormer Clay Banks Man Passes Away Unexpectedly at Aberdeen, Wash., July 10. Son of Mrs. M. Olson Word was received from' Aberdeen, aah., by telegram announcing the satins of Alfred Olson, oldest son of rs. Mary Olson of Clay Banks. Death aS'due to heart failure. Deceased born in Clay Banks Oct. 26, 176, being forty-one years of age. \"Fourteen years ago he went west make his way as a. lumberman. En- aging in that line of work he was jo known, as the hardest and best RSrking man in the Lewis River Val- |y, in which he still continued up to le time of his death, July 10, 1917. [The following is an extract of a let received by the mother' from her bn Conrad of Portland: [ \"Alfred died July 10. He was work |g with a lumber company, twelve files from Aberdeen ^had walked in |iat day apparently in the best of ealth and death came at.'.midnight, ie to heart failure.\"...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 July 1917

i I THE fcOOBCOUSTY JTBW9 1111^19,19171 pffl^^K^^^^^^^ The new addition to the City of Sturgeon Bay, located about four blocks north of of the center of the city be- tween Church and Grant streets. This choice residence property has all been purchased by the Globe Realty Sales Co. of Sheboygan and platted into 35 large and desirable building lots which will be placed upon the market at remarkably low prices and on the easy payment plan as soon as graded. Streets are now bemg graded and other improvements completed. No money will be spared in making this new addition attractive and a desirable section in the city forahome. • • • ' .'\". ^-} ^Sh: Time of sale and pricfs will be'mai^:]knb^^1^mii . large- circular and plat delivered in every home and ad- vestisements in the local papers. :^:fe ^VATCH FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY LAKE MARINE NEWS of Local and General Interest The HelloCulbort was a north-bound passage thru the boy Friday. The steamer J. S. Grouse, Capt. Anderson, went north afte...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

:$v CiU^-^-J^-V^^''^? i ^ J a i r ^ ^^ im DOO R COUNTY HEWS--\"inSW£ WORXH wmuB* VOLUME IV : STUBGEON BAY, WISC0N8IS ^XtiUESDAT, JULY 26, 1M7 NUMBER FHJ* DOOR COUNTY'S FIRST 275 DRAFTED MEN Drawing Takes Place at Washington on Friday and Saturday. Sixteen Hours Being Re- Squired to Complete The Joh. ACCOST JAUTENBACH OF ECG HARBOR HOLDS No..'. 1 Every Registered Man Called Into Service: Door County :.A^U»i)PjiinDisli53..Men Under The First Call. May Get Quota C*ul °f First Two Hundred Drawn. The official drawing for the quota of men to be conscripted in the United States army service was commenced at 9:30 o'clock Friday morning.. The Door County News,, with its ac- ' customed enterprise and foresight made arrangements for securing the numbers as soon as they were drawn and at considerable expense had a * representative Bend them in from Mil- waukee as they were received over the wire from the Associated Press. Bulletins were posted in the- wind-' ows-of the News during the day an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

mmmim:m®m®M '•f^s^e^ss^smmmH TRAINING CAMPS A*..,.'.-.mi • 0 H I • • • \" tg V . imTw• I ife i tJVlERlCAN OFFICERS ARE BEING ifI ^ JP\"^O^GQMEB^ | | TAUGHT ARX OF MODERN WAR. Frank Woodward Laid to Best v ^ia lhe death of Frank Woodward VX^sdayjof last week this vicinity lost ipnW p)tv i ^ beat known residents. He waj ^orii \"in Manitowoc and came to I .tfils.county with his parents when a .small child, where he has lived ever atace. His illness was of short dura- tion . He was taken sick while work- ing at the United Fruit Growers- farm in the town of Egg Harbor about ten -daysbefore his death. He. was brought tq the Bgelahd hospital, whero lie was given the best of care and -attention. tojytt the Grim Reaper was not to bs de - nied and he passed away- j Decedont is survived by three brotli-j the same condition, being somewhat of an invalid. •• ^ : - .... ...v....:.-....!. ...... William Zibell of Chicago is spend ing his annual vacation at the home of Melyln Haines, where he is ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

^yMXfiM'Si THE DOOR€0TOOT$BW9S3ULY 26,^1917 rify •Ratered as Soeond-ilasa matterJuly I, 1914 at the Postofflci •:-. at SturgeonBay,Wisconsin, .-under Act of March 3, 1879. .^. !v £ % £ tJMrBIJSIffiD WEEKLY BY ' THE POOR COUNTY NEWS (mCOEPOEATED) EAEE U XaPLANT, President and Manager b. *Al IITTNDBEBG, Vice-President W. WAGEKEE, Secretary and Treasurer Address AU Oonmnnlcatlons to The News, Sturgeon Bar, WU. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis., July 26, 1917 , \"The Unwritten Law\" People sometimes pat themselves on the back and congratulate themselves on being model men and women. What they mean Is that they have not been hailed before the magistrate nor put in jail. But there is a difference between keeping straight before the law and doing the same thing before the \"Unwritten Law.\" There are courses of action which a man may pursue and keep out of prison but there is a disgrace that is worse than being imprisoned and that is the disgrace which is involved in l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

I BS IXHB conrrc iwnnfr j^^ feilOIGlNG WAS WARRANTED\" ^ference Is That Safe Arrival of the , Transports Caused Officials to ./ : i.06e Something of Their Ordl- . nary Calmness. ^ ^ | V I \"Washington, July 23. ~ Secretory Daniels has explained the alleged ^elaboration*' of Advnlral Cleaves' re- port on tiio__8ubniarlne attack agnlnst the • Pershing transports It Is con- tained In a letter to Senator Tillman, tn responso to tlie latter's Inquiry. , An overpowering sense of joy In both :tvar and navy deportments upon t arrival of the troops, says Secretary Daniels, dictated, the phraseology wf the announcement of their encounter) The , exact dispatch of Adnilra1 Cleaves was not made public, tho sec- : Notary says, bocauso It came In code. Sir. Daniels assumes entire respon- sibility for tho version of tho Incident ^vhlch reached tho public. Ho refers to tho story, comlug from the Creel bu- reau and generally supposed to have been tho product of tho Creel commit- tee, as \"tho stateme...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

TOEPdOB ''^VJ^:'s^^ii^Y--S^ 1917 ^Tj^-srmr'^M THE NEW JLVNAGER On Jthe occasion of my assuming the duties as-manager of the People's Store it is a fitting time to give ex- pression to the splendid impression as a- newcomer I have had of Stur- geon Bay and the people In it. The kindness and hospitality received at the hands of those I have met have made.an indelible impression on me. Tfie policy of the store will be as heretofore one of LIBERAL and SQUARE DEALING SERVICE with its vast horizon will be a feature. Adjustments.on all just claims will receive/liberal consideration. Money cheerfully refunded on all purchases not satisfactory. The personnel of the store will remain unchanged, each department in charge of its former head. Ihope- for the support of all old and many new patrons on the merits of a broad policy. • - - H. TAUBMAN, Manager. The First GREAT E V E r f r ^ :V/*: •'av '»: •^«V A Owing to the delay in holding the customary JULY SALES caused\" by the inevitable loss o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

^ft^iiiS THE BOOR COUNTY NEWS JTOY 2^1917 :^ Bkmrd ' of Review Meetlngi-The ^meeting^of the board of review will be l$eid a t the city hall on Monday, Aug- ^istfitb, having been sajourned from :stta first Monday of\" July..' \" ffi Postpone the Races—The races that i-jt was planned to give at the fair Msrbunds on Sunday next for the bene- fitofth e Red Cross society, have been t: postponed indefinitely. . , Sold Big Farm—Andrew Beyer oX vfiister Bay sold his big farm last week. '•The deal was made by Jos. Schauers to fish lb outlying waters without a license, but if-they: flsh in inlandlakes or waters they muBt secure a permit The waters of Green Bay are desig- nated aB outlying. Big Catch of Whlteflsh—One day iast week Hiram Cornell of Wash- ington Island brought in ^00 pounds of whiteflsh, ti e value of which was 180. Be lifted 150 pounds from one box of nets one\".day,: which would indicate that the whiteflsh were com- ing back to these waters. Some ci r i t is considered one of ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

TBTB POOH COtM T KEW8 JDLT 2G, 1917 Ourselves in Print '.'• Miss Anna Clhlar of Algoma is vis- iting friends here this -week. John \"Rupp of KotilbergWas in the city Monday morning, attending to Dusiness^aflaire. *gfanleyLandr of Ellison Bay vas . a visitor in the city Monday attending vto some business matters. _ ..^j,:—. _ ~T- •,toBr13^raTrwaTapassenger' on the Tuesday train. Her husband is one of the^JJgtional Guards^ .—___^ . ••\" \"C. C. Dana leaves for Milwaukee Friday to attend s banquet given b ^ t h t ^ F parents here, the Qalgand_car company. , \"Mrs. Fred Leischow of Algoma vis- ited with relatives and friends here the first of the week. Jeff Teweles arrived from Milwau- kee on Tuesday to. spend, a couple of .weeks visiting with relatives. ? Herman Wilkie of Jacksonport was •among our callers Saturday morning while in the city on business. Chas. Mann was in the city Monday interviewing some of his old acquaint- ances and making new ones. B. Daniels and wife arrived from F...

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