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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

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Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

OLD POTATOES pillions ofi-Patriotic Citizens | Will Obey Edict to Insure ^ Big New Crop. OLD ONES NEEDEO FOR SEED ':%»••''• \"''•••'' .'• ' .': .\"• f ./ prominent Chicago Club Starts Move- •• ment Which Quickly Spreads to i All Parts of Country—Specu- .!•'•• latora Hoarding Supply. ~^ »• ' - . v ' - • ' • - • - - Chicago, 111.—Several million pa- ttriotlc citizens will eat no more old potatoes until after \"July 1. They take this method of helping to make- as large as possible, the potato crop of the United States next harvest—a very important matter. The \"Eat No Pota- toes movement started a short time ago with the Hamilton club, one of the leading political and social organ- izations In the country, quickly was taken up by other clubs and hotels cere, and soon was spreading out over the nation in all directions. Who started the movement? An agricultural • expert of international reputation, Eugene H. Grubb, Is the man. He made a public statement In Chicago, saying: \"If all th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 July 1917

j l ^ l l l l l l l ^ ..».w,„.YRD. 21$ Choice Building Lots will Addition on the North East end of Sturgeon Bay 1 o Located between Church and Grant Sts. Only Four blocks North East from the Center pf the City in a choice residence section. Three blocks East from Hotel Union and then One block North on Lincoln^ Buy a Lot and Build Your Own Home These choice building lots are located in a fine resi- dence section, within ten minutes walk from the center of the city and right whore you have got good homes on all aldea. Lota are high and dry with fine drain- ago and overlooking the beautiful bay. Sturgeon Bay la rapidly becoming to be a large city and anyone of theso flne,lot8 will double in value while you pay for it on the easy payment plau. Buy a lot and save Jl a week, ' • • $5 Down and $1 a Week Average Price $175 to $250. You. can pay more if you like, and be credited ahead. You pay no Interest at any time. We pay taxes for thia year. No payments when sick or out of work. 15 per...

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 — 2 August 1917

BmggSaam^^ llll««»«rag«™8««a«««»«B^^ #. i^^CAEEDFOREXAlVMTIONADRIrTONGpPBAY Selective ft^& Machinery Has Been Set In ^ Full FIRST ^ iaat of One Hundred Twenty Notices Sent Out. Forty •' :•' •••''}\\-- Pcrioha/to be-.Ex^uledBaUy.- Names of Those on The List. '•'•' The .machineryfor the selection of Door, county's quota for military ser- vice is now in motion. Oh Friday Dr. T. C. Proctor, clerk of the/Local- Board, received official notice of the drawing from Governor Philipp, together with the quota that was tcH furndsb,ed,by the qounty, and notice •w^s.^inmediately sent to the .members of'the board, namely Wm. Jess of Washington Island , Rev. O. N. Jordheim pi Clay Banks Samuel Per- )ty of Forestville and N. C. Garland, the county clerk and sheriff of Door county, with Dr. Proctor. The quota consists . of fifty-three a^an that must be selected from the . list '-' .. '//''•'•':. '1- --' FirsttoAppear A list of 120 names was prepared £rom the first drawn and notices...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1917

^^i^wiilli IWiSWiiiilii |^wp^^H«r» i Fiwa:J3a Firandsc* ' |^ «|p^fef fii^^^fiei^iti,'. Simon arrive | ^ 3 | ^ | ^ i ^ « » i i # : the trip^aviog been §| ^|*^||iJJ6b^'S^i^:'••:*• vC ':'^'&-S- -'^--' $|l?i 83n^^ west |||i:^^n^#'a^oyafta tbe trip was' :*ltli- |j|^5«^\\ i|^n^,.: b0ihe: very 'fortunate ia ||.|f£{i^ the Journey |^|?^.moitvpi6asaut:pne : -v,^/-- V,-, i' /. |gJ: ||| TW8:ii,the-!flrBt i8it of,:MiY/S$mon g^iy^ealrflt &Bi^anifrpleaaed to^ftnbV the rwohdertul £^'SjjBpyovemeiitthat had taken place 'Sv^-^-^^i'^^?^at^-i1 ''^ -- ^ ^^FHoi8\"-a8on pf-.Mr^aiid Mrs. Eugene ^*?5 : i:'j^.6ii ]Bad\\hi\\knd'.'iiis v/lfe will spend gjsv ian^definite length of timi? visiting |s^«itU his parents and'family and other £j'••:i % relatlvea in - this* vicinity whlie eight-m :: /aeelng'vin tho county. •' • . • 1* at a Standstill Assoon as the rooms are in' reachless thejr^riu inake their home above the garage^:-/'•.' ' '-- rV: 'r\\::.If0^ayH.iNQbel 'va ljn8y~o^'.oSatttr! day wiri...

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

'\\r:^£^Ju^ :.l Gp^^l i^^ •&JW$&tiafi?. Jtoit«M a»Bacond-claw mattW July i, 1614 at tba fostofiet »t SturgeonBay, Wisconsin, under Act of March a, 18TO. •'c:'\"- POBIiISSED WEEKLY BY THE DOO^^ :J»y -N .: •.•. • • (INCQaPOBATED) \"' BABL M. laPLAKT, President and Manager .0. A. MOTBBBO, yice-Preil&at : W. WAQENEB, Secretary ana Treasurer Addteas AU Oommunlcations to The Hews, Sturgeon Bay, Wl*. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Stnrgeon Bay, Wis August 2, 1917 :2.\\.'VV:'': ..' Mr. Wilson • great American president and a commanding worid-BtateBman. His opponents say that he is an 'ISutbcratlc They' said that Lincoln was a tyrant •vjn' (eveirj( great crisis there is the one commanding figure,' throne outstanding personality, the rock Against which the storms break, and break, and break, while\\the light of the world continues to . shine. ,: • • V 1.. V His opponents tried to rush him into Mexico but he ^id hot rush theyxtried to rush him into the Eur- opean :W\"ar but...

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 — 2 August 1917

lilf&SiPpi i t n ©i^i^M:to^^e^eitect that potato deal |j|^|a§l^-?^a':'buyer -maifes./ a/smajl f^^fttti^y^orei?' !:rom&42 $ ' ioC $100. !^piao^^«patt the/vSlze of the .crop. //p^e/'en^c1l|o'f• this'to the bast/lias been ^^tfiatjr -the'crop is good it is harvested y ^ ^ BOW4 I'^t la ppir, the dealer oi- iKl^BJiVforfelis his li'ttlo de^slt, which Is p 'Of no importance/^heikcqmpared/with • 5 ils vtoatl^ potato' dealings, f and the 7 his crop because it must /W/ be-Ksffc/ihthe ground to rot. Thl8 is f :^^eiMa^}'ot/iprcing up the price of ^^potOTpP and forcing down the avall- .^ ail^ppjpljr.:r \" ^'^ ' /•: :V^ri|^Stiter Council emphatically fir- yk vgis won/farmers the nece&aity' j.df '•'::• keeping thismatter carefully iastnind. : / :jbf j»ttf-iHnow:: of /any such contractsfreezing %\"•:/havingIjbeion ^made- With anybody Jn i^iuthis county? If so, please give us the ^ i ^ ^ ^ 8 ^ | V t t ^ a a i n e of the farmer • /iand jaf the- \"dealer, acreagejccfrer(id by N^he contr...

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

CossackS Pit Doiwn Riotjng in ! jRtisslan Capital. MANY DISTURBERS ARE SHOT Slav Premier Calls Council of All Fae- tlono to? Meet Tuesday—Arm/a Reverses Brace the Cabinet— \\'T\" to.R|eteke Tarnopoi. ''• London, Jnly,28.--rllie Russian situa- tion Is fast approaching a crisis. For two days there has been rioting in Petrograd. Evidences accumulate that B vast counterrevolution tie'slghed i to revive the monarchy Is about to be launched. - , • Premier Kerensky admits as much/ H e breakdown at the Galiclan front and the spread..of anarchy in the In- terior make the time ripe for such an attempt./'^ .„'„,• ^, V.. _ ''•:, ': ' The renewed demonstration. in Pe- trograd was launched by extreme so- cialists, according to dispatches from neutral correspondents, and was put $own by ^ssacka only after many deat^anilinjnrles. . • bMera th:re«. Checke. But Kerensky expressed an iron de- iterMhaitidn. 'ifiat trie iteptibllc shall \"not jole and the- hard-ftntght freedom be lost to:tbepeople. ,. ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1917

•ft£fa-y,-...*»»»**I»IIWW»^IS*S«M»WM«»«S1WIWW»»»^^ ^ri».t*i .-iWirl::boysgandl ItAtra ani A«»toWmV'.MAnnla MM!' «• ^tftW«'«•Â«•**. Iliti''-«»:«MlM«iMlV«MI«i 1 '**** — •• ^»a : »' M a ^ . . ^ . . u »* ^*-\"« l^il 1. LL^_ •Â«Â« _ ,i\" '.'^_\\ ^_: ''''A'^ U jjsif^ ^•\"\"Biroate His Finger—Fred Peterson ^J^loliera^ S«th6^w^ta0tom^ \\*4$ :atiiie^^ the '$£&. j^tix^Ignts% - tl^':8r'rivea ifer.$'}vthia :-, \"••WUttOer.\"/' 'X^,'i'l- ' - 'u 'v':-' v' V-'\"'^fx••-• ^'•ffo&adi :3tfew^g^-^\\^desd^ «wn^ ? 3ng^n^»t tte^eluls*,:: meeting- of the £&$'?:co1^^ : • «ajrvevealng.ythe5 regular monthly ? iaeetlhg' ot the board of education takea plate. L. P. Nehel has promised to get on the Job of resurfacing Cedar street next week. At present he is engag- ed In doing some work In the town of Forestvllle,whictr will befinished. d0 nV' There will be a. band )fitf^?En^ sported 98. \"^^ \"' • _3~3 j ^ r a ^ * ^ '..•jjfeptaaeyere \"kick\" from the^englne, , taJ...

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 — 2 August 1917

••Â£:\"£: ,Bpi£ was born to Mr. aixd Mrs. (piarence Cieeseman Sunday. ^ o'-SMlssMaryYMaceVwas a visitor at Prentice the latter part of last week /-'MrsY'H.1 WV Jeffers^went to bshkosh on Saturday to visit with relatives. John Pahl and G. S. Smith were business visitors -in-.the city Tuesday. Henry Antholt of the town of Brus- sabi was In the city Wednesday son a business trip.,: ',' ^JJPaul JoBt and Rudolph Jost ojt CJev- eland are the guests of L H. Nebel this week. ..•''• . • •••', Judge Herbert of Chicago was la the cjty yesterday on his way to Wash- Jngtpn island. •-,• .-i-., Mrs Joseph Wolter visited with friends to Milwaukee during the first part of the week. . Herman Kath of Nasewaup|e was among our callers on Friday lhaving come in on business.^ '.',: \" ,' \\ Mrs. Henry Nelso and family of . Green Bay autoed here on Sunday and spent the day with friends. - Misses Catherin and Elizabeth Kint- zeger of Escanaba, Mich., are visiting at the home of Mrs. B. tfroth. Mr. and Mrs...

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 — 2 August 1917

rfijfttv'f' IHni EGG HABBOB : /^iFMedUMdlom-: ^ ^ / / t h ^ ^ o i o t e ^ opp'osWj^ teams': tppk ^^|catl|ffl3aa clupaped out at Europe Lake toot fdr *me night only, theifllesi^rtvteg th^m lipinfc'. ''-••*:•.'•':'V ^ .*i ':i':v !'|-j ^ :• : . A 5 Thursday afternoon^ the ^&ejj>|AJ of• .the^ Sister Bay^iuiheran/^urch I f p l l s l f M ^ ^ fliidSwbiie fulling ion\" a h rppe It broke a month visiting l ^ l f ^ f t r a ^ ^ Wl1 hetumbled headlong: to the churches in theinterest ^^p^r^/M^^i^b^B'^^T^ fcari, ^ \" P d ptrik(ng pn nJs right hand money for the 1 p p l p ^ r ^ h ^ l s : ^ ^ C V D C P T m M I oniiTii e n n u ^'^^»g^^uiti^^'-hfe-'rekort^xiear'^tKo• vliW :'W»cJ» : : :'W aBythrowa:^ out^.tq.e-fcrfiak- thgr in/Omaha. /Theio8tin3iner: reiorter3 C A r t V I IU b U o U U I n oUUIl l a S ^ v K ^ ^ ' V ' A HA/'A -'A: •./• :V ,::.' f ^lA/The.. result waiiH^t the Ijoue presented -'the chuTch. yrtthAthe ^suhr tot the wrist was -broken imCshoveil asked of the Sister Bay church. i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1917

$ .%* THE DOOB COTOTY HBWS AUGC9T 2, 1917 ^pj^tasa^\" „ -j -- \\x...Phflllp Mann was serious'iyinjured and That from ^ ^ ^ \" ^ b^-tal1^ *»** , „ S : : J : . - S . ^ - ^ , ^ ^ '•/ •\"•/• a hole m the hay mow of his barn. e r e a n d T n G I * e *• l?®-'**8 engaged In storing hay when *-,..,,.-... » » » * , * w ^wai^ddirectty.into the opening, which- was partly covered with hay: JEie fell to the floor below1, seriously jtajuring^his hip and back. Saturday morning Mr. Mann was taken to the Mr. iand Mrs/ Henry Sorenson had hfceir tiaby baptized last Sunday. ^ C v e r l b W Picking cherries - i ^ 6 * e te *»* * t b e «•Â»•. ° *r Si- The funeral of Oscar Seversoh was [held from tbeVignes.church Sunday : alteration at two o'clock. A.numberofpeople from here made a trip north of Sturgeon Bay Sunday [ WJee the cherry orchards. \\ \" ^\"he home of Mr. and Mrs.^,Fred Heimbecker was filled to overflowing •with young people Saturday evening, the. occasion being their son Cash's birthday...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 August 1917

^••BlBiill :2lpjpe£1^d|r^^ say the values and prices are thesame as ''• W^BvoiaM W^simem, 25c to$& Members of (/.TV. Stores in 14 States. ^SHNSIIOda^aSM TAerc are nearly 200 U.N.C. Stored H l B W H S l ^ ^ • i s s n i L^EMARINE NEW S of Local and General Interest / S Sab-Marine Chper In Port Considerable interest was manifest- ed by thp publlo .when word -was Bent /dawn ?from tho canal on Tuesday afternoon announcing that a sub-ma- rine chaser was on. her way north', and a number.of pooplo hurried to the bridge to get a glimpso of the boat whon alio passed 'thru. //Tho craftcame down the bay at ft twenty-mile clip.v It WBB the \"steam- • .J8ir Seatag, her : official government \\ barno boing S.P, 505. She carried a ono-ppuud rapid flro rifle mounted forward and hor crow consists ef five PCrSOHS. '' The boat ran Into the shipyard, ^whcreflho laid for an hour or more und then continued lief way north- ward. 'WtlibniiKked where she wan bound the captain stated that they ^oreBnHlng...

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 — 9 August 1917

* ^ & $ V M ^ ^ TOE SOOtf COIJHTY SJBWS-^'NEtyS WOJBTH WHILB* yowJMEiy 8TUBGE0N BAY, WISC0N8IS THUKSDAY, AUGUST 9, lOl? NUMBEB SIX t sJ l^l-iAI ^ay?S^cure Door County's Quota Gut of The ^135 r f| Saturday and Monday. j p l l p S E WHO FILED THBlft CLAIMS Percentage of Married Persons With Dependents is Very \" \\'^ f^ :v-'v ':Large.'\" Some Recent Rulings of The War DepsHrtment.* . !$t ^ * • • Tbirtyout of 135 persons who were summoned to appear for military ser- vice did not file claims for exemption. One or two others that wanted to go had claims filed by others than them- selves: This la an exceptionally good ahowinsr,comparing the reports from other points: Of those who filed claims it is like- ly that some will- not have their claims recognized. As near as can he learned it is likely that there will be nearly enough secured out of the list that is to be considered by the Local imdypistrict Boards to secure the 53 tharthis county is expected to furnish.. . • Thpre is a possi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1917

WfMt!^gfe-»-A»V'V-v^ w-i--'-.-i'i?'f-.'--..T:-.'. - -•.-•••v !-.-'-.:-v ••••••-•••••'••---•:•••••--••• •:,• :,••,,•,•.•,••-•'••'••, -,•••• •• •,•,-••' -:• • - ,•• • ', ,.,-•, , v i.f •• . •-- \" • • •••• •, •••.-•• •*• • •---\" ' '- : .Ti.- r :.'• r •••-' .•,•-••-- • •,|,,ii \"r' ' • ,v -•-•,-,-- - ,•,-• •'.••-- •••• • •••• .:•.-•:•••-••••.--• ••,-•••-(•• • ii.i -• ' i n if n • \"11 i MTV: |^€o^tiwti*r :F.i»^i:'^8bii,- who has ^ | f i'^^^mtofevittyfi' been \" made jvlth the p|0 |j:-| 3rK^ crewwas 'put on-thie?ioD''Mon- te|^^^: in6rrito^. • ta rccoy&r the drill that ^ ^ j ^ ^ ^ i | V b 6 ^ m ^ ^ h i weir and it -Is ^^^pwted/jtfiat^thlis'.'^iH i accomplish- :^v before:tho'-cnd'^ ^ In order that the :worK can be con- |t|ttue4 until a sufficient depth has been preached tlio city has agreed to pay for vifne.'Jwork by thes foot from this time ^'^^•^•••'•••^^.\"/•Vl- 1 :'' - -.- ..V p 3tft ?*, Up to the time the w£rk was.stop Ipf C ped' a depth of 101G feet had been ^5»ft^reached ...

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 — 9 August 1917

:si^)yy-^--C^ :• •'• •:•-•••-• ': .. \".•. \"- f..l,. .•. ' • - : '.'.•_•••.•:. / ''^iSi^^lBj^^^^^^'Jx^i. i, 19U atttwPortofiw //•*Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act of March 8, £879. :^ !'',J''::\\::PUBIiISHED'WEBKMr-BY • ifffi DOO R COUNT Y NEW S J//'*//--:/ /.V: •:,. • • (IHOOBPOBATBD) , l!Jiiifci»00£ BARE ML TaPTiftTTT, President and Manager O. A.fcTJKDBEBa,Vice-President W. WAGENER, Secretary and Treasurer m. Addreai AU OommonlcattonB to ine News, Sturgeon Bay, Wis, ^Subscription Frice $2.00 Per Year J^- ^Sturgeon Bsy^Ws, August 9, 1917 g ^ g ^ A Question That Will Not Down . :^:^0^:^p :^gli:f^tlces of foodstuffs are now t^ken as a,mat- • , jjiter^pf course. People are feeling the pinch more and v?V: • Minor^eacn day. The cannot turn to any kind of food , :^X ^J' :that ls cheap, and that helps relieve the burden. If |..:' /v\"'^.'-::-^:*hiB :burden'''-were borne equally by all there would ://7 / / l e no complaint. The people were asked to econo- : mlze and to conserve foods...

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 — 9 August 1917

jj^Egigia)^^ HP sSlfeli w# lil®?vigp£ |PW ii til m |f| ance on Fri ^^tter^Prpgreia Made In.• Fhuidera— Qeirman8 Make Heavy Attack Near •: ' p\"'.• Z' \"-iReiii™^:.But: Anj:::briven v' 1-•' •' • * K j British Headquarters la, Franco ana ii Belgium, Aug 0.-rThe Canadians have Jin^e an advance on a front of l,00p ^3$Urds'to?a depth of 200 yards. towards .:^nsiand consolidated the new post- % 3Jhd Germans delivered a heavy ic^ounter-nttack at live o'clock In the Morning in tho neighborhood of Holle- :.pj£e.^vi v:. • •: -.\\ J , -,- . Y. J French Win In Flanders. , London, Aug. 0.—Further progreas YhriB been made by the French north- ^ t . o f Blxsclmote, on the Flanders ib^U^igrpnt* snys the British official ijgpork The Oennans worked up a YfflKivy bombardment of the entente llijes at' liight in the Hollebekq region. : '-. Only raiding operations are report- iea from other sections of the front. 'Siva text of the statement reads': \\ V \"The enemy's artillery developed -great nctlv...

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 — 9 August 1917

f V':-''1 - :'^*SSrtSA ^^*^ -tW'^ s ! *Vys'« '. :S: .^i: '•• - ••••-••••Â»•-•••• ' ' \" 1 ] \" '.' \" \" ] '\" in'i'l Hi mil n rill i ' i \" \" • - • '- • ir j • ' \" ' ••.•-•••••• - •••••...•, ••-..•.. .1 ..-:• . : ^ . ^'••..Y.'v. ,r.''. , v , , v ^ , . ^ iifw m^w^Wi&^si m^0^^^^i :::::x: x x w- v? T&Bjreportjot thVjDobr County Cow VV-^eiji^^^ of jube ittr«Ms a. iighi \"bir the moiiey- V - j ^ ^ lftNtdety?three V^cows produced over • Joe^arrette (Native)...'. .U..... . r ioe Bairrette (Native) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4oe?Barrette (Native) |pe'Barrett© (Native),.^......i .,. . \"3eorg Bagnali (Native)\" . . . . . . . . . . . ' GeotgetJBagbaU (G. G.) . .., : . .',•..v«. iPeorge^agnali (G. J ..-^.- /•••G^rj»^Bagnall (G: G.) i.......... .: ^ jGeorge B^gnall (G. B. S ) ..i.yC:i Ed * ebl,(G.,4*) ...............: .v.-' (Shaa^airtholt^(G: J.) ..i.i...,\\ iv:v - #ha£ \\£ntholt (Jersey) ....'..• .\".'V.' -./ Chas.jtotnolt (M) ......-.... v.i.vv. • ChaSiS&ntholt (G...

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 — 9 August 1917

^^tf^OTtjWe^^flgUSt ^7ttl. |\"Vrt:J/ SV v : ^Ss^uSdigfe^vin^thiDA temperature on ^ 'ii&nr'e ||$^j!iji^^^ of gj^^jaid: fires felt quite• cpmitoitobie'-ln'-ilre ^esjandVeren^ stoves, ••^f-'\" ''•',. \":*':% Undergoes an Operation—Mlas Leia' ^fires oh^turday underwent an opera ^Hdn''-at- ttie Ege^hd:hpsp|ta top an lament, 1'rein' •which she Jias been a sufferer for some time past. She Ja Setting along as nicely as the serious ijttess pt the case warrants. Dr. H. bree performed the operation 4 : j ^Haklng ImproTements—The Ford /'Garage is making Improvements In the ... .#nlidlng,, Mr. Moeiler has\" found the Hpresent structure too/small and is therefore forced to make additional i»bonx 'Several partitions have been taken out, making more storage room ssible. MftAnschnti JB dpng th^ | gJIpre Indians Arrive—About seven-. ?3 |^nve. itadlaus' arrived on the train ^f&B8diay\"morning and were taken to *? 4ho Cp-Operatlve Orchard: company v :^orchar^ There are j i^ow^ about 150 of the...

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 — 9 August 1917

§51S ,: AUG^^#i91?'' PAGE SEVEN l|rs^foes ^ :Mf, rana Mrs. F, I. Elliott of Algoraa •spent Simday •with relatives in this ':\"• .'«3t3T,' ''! •• ••' \\ .•'..- - ^ '({ Mr.- and Mrs. Grant J. Anderson of Sister Bay were in the city Tuesday morning. 'j'The home of Mr. and Mrs. James Xampson -was gladdened by the arrival •of a baby hoy on Friday. v , . ^Y-Mrs:'Wjn. Twelmeyer, who has been Visitin g with Miss Fay Tempieton, re- turned to her home in Milwaukee on :iMonday - ^•f^Miss Olive Moss of Green Bay is visiting at the home of Mrs. Wallace Jtves, Jr., having arrived the first cf the week. . f Miss Florence Haen returned home1' /from LaCrbsse Saturday evening, I wher she had been talcing a cours%visiting w n nursing. :', . Lloyd Defaut arrived from Two {Stivers the first of the week, to »visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua ^OefaUt'alnd family. ^^William Hpganof Fish Greek was Qmovfe' our 'callers on Tuesday while :£n his way to Appleton on a short , f.fcusjnesB trip. : \"...

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