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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1917

^pC^fc|pfttiBriwri|g^i(*«i8ia*''a.'aewY.jear. ^^,^^0mMK^6i^^M Btx 'Hair-' ^^J^0^0X00:0^00:'00y, $^Mi^^[^\":pm6tXi&k-:. two chlld- ^l^l^^^ave^letarniBd • ' f r o m a visit at $^jj$iffi&$&^ijb. and dangler of _ j|||l9TW^«i,^^. ^sitiDg^ at the home of | § § | | ^ W n v :B^nda,.j ' .' X :::-• g % '• ':•, \"^||^^6rEulalia fM^ette of Detrotty vv J|SWci^^.iB'„^ito«'•'fier r'par'ett.tsi''Mr.'-.'atifai•not ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ S a ^ n s Has pmved lifs jjaTbor' §|s^P^p:f^p^^friote^,into the 'Nys home HIJb^ij&B! Installed an entire .new out- |||s|ifc:^He• ytKi alsodo'.barter work..at: ll^^fajM^^TaeBdays. and Fridays.'•/\"•'• \" jiffIt-The' plcp|p^lyen *pr''.the benefli of p^|||j^3C!attoife'iChnrch' waB a success in tfe-walir^d^eveiTsJone had a good ^. r ,^^^:'A : fl^:ch|cken dinner was served ^ w ^ & n w f i ::^#edn\"ea(!ay-::'weniBi' *ben Miss Hilda Anderson and C Carl- arid Misa Matilda Anderson and |^ugust Erlckson were united in mar- 5 * ge. .The young ladies are sisters. »...

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

in#!iH»«i8ii^ PAGE NINE. Hi This and That/rom e:: Sunday for Nasewaupce where he will be employed on the Dufek farm. . v:')|j^'-'ir^mi l)aliy':-bf John Schmelzle 1B on Jthesick list. Mr. and NTB. JOS. Hafeman motored to Algoma.Saturday. • '•'}. Mrs.JerryLehmkuhl and children went to Algoma Thursday to visit for :^|everalT4ays.y, •''''•„..•. J}**! Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gomoii^Sr., visit- ed at Sturgeon Bay ^te^ week, return- ing home Sunday. '. . , \\ , Miss Linda Lehmkuhl ami Miss Dora Luebkeman were county seat visitors last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Meyer left for Green Bay Sunday to see their daugh- ter who is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. John Krueger of Green Bay visited\" with relatives and \"friends here this week. Antone Brett and Miss Margaret Matzke left Friday on a motor trip to Milwaukee and Chicago. Mrs. Paul Schutzman and children from Illinois arrived here Monday for -a visit with relatives and friends. .: v G. 4 | Wiedenheft and wife of Good- thunder, Minn., arrived here F...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 August 1917

v. yrata, ** * ** * »* A ft A A A W H TV A t§£E M^NE NEW S i\":V. a' pr.Lbcial aiid^ General Interest |5gt|?' ,:/ Tliev«d'ii4rfclfvtK)at8:'tliat orrivo at S ^ l B v ^ p r i : ato now ( well patronized by ^l^^i^Veite'gl^bHC.1,-''^.'. :•..,:/ ||i| ^:: iiiaong the »(jatB In port'. Tuesday || -i^als the plisasur^ boat Thelma with a S^^rJl^' \"ihia_ti:: 'Vei»' : :':crjtlslh'^.-\"-.' In- '/, tiiose g/ j^terB: :^ :: : : \"/ v.' -.. • |§!^r:'Tlv»/s«iK(oiiliio freighter Belle Cuibort lJS^aaiiv port Tuesday and discharged a | « a r g o of lumber^at the yards of the | &|piftrkor ^pthpany:r:: i|5^- The/Bbyornnipnt lighthouse steamer |SK^utnao .:Wa8yin'..:-port Friday on oun of |^8|Ser lpprl6iillcai yislt0. She wont north ^itO/crul8e Ott cireoR' Bay. ./ . . miSlTliaschoonerJ.II . Stevens, which |fe|^ttls|f wliltoound *li| port for several || ||daV8 ^t 'wePkv,Kbt away^ph' Saturday. tejy||Sho%aa^:ln:.iiglit trim and pn her..way S g | n o r t k ^ ^ |g^0v^Upl'^hppnor:-bacar was M%^n:/p...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 August 1917

^ / i i p ^ ^oiiUME iy = ^ THE DOOR COUNTY HEWS—\"NEWS WORTHWHILE STURGEON BAY. WI8C0HSIH THtffiSDAY, AUGUST M, 1917. NUMBER SEVEtf THREE M CH0SEN localiBoard Only Act On The Affi- . davits of Three Persons Up to the Present Time. HARRIED M ^EXEMPTED Board Adjourns Until Friday When AU Affidavits Will Be Acted Upon. May Make Another Call. Sessions of tile Local Board for ttiis :ount were held on Thursday for the purpose of preparing a list of the pro- spective candidates for military ser- vice. The day before a list of all those •V(#o had made claim for exemption •was prepared and their claims filed in ian envelope on the outside of which i,ho name of the person is written, to- gether -with his serial number and or- viier in which he was drawn. How the Claims Wer Filed Of the 135 persons that were sum- moned to appear before the board for examination the following tabulated statement will in concise form show the manner in which they were re- corded by the clerk: Ho exemptions claim...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 August 1917

ililltljil^ •HI ffe' lliilili^iii s$&- m&mmmmm ENGINE JUMPS OFF THE TRACK 'My' psl^^^dCBi'-Bii^enSi\"on., Main. Line »n»] w...i|^ ^i ™l^^n^ne.{working. on this i S t^We! of the fiiy Jumped the track at | f J:-*i|*iW switcli/Tunning to - the • Farmer's |i ^BfCompanyi\"..elevator' Friday morning at IfMr ffahout,-ii ir/clocfc. and caused consider- f::AS^ahlo annoyance arid'delay to the W S lirop*1^'^ran»mi8Bipa of the freight, ^S: f J'. I^t 3 The accident took place at the ln-gett, S\\b^tersectjon ot[ the!,' switch, off the main ?yS ^lino near the Forland & Samueison pS : ^'warehouse, which resulted In the 0$i -IWockading of the track for the regu- v i i ^ i l a r trains. T1U« mishap was caused M^'^liy the rails spreading, the heavy en- \\•• ' f .$gtn,e and tender dropping to the ties i ^ i ^ a n d It being impossible to get them !£? ' £•*tjfcck again without the use of a dor- Si V1: • • \": ' '•\"• :.••' j3lv @ Afl the' morning train had gone over, ?K rr}iythe.'''W...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 August 1917

THE pOOR C»USTI30EWS T AtfWSlTlfc 1917: County New^ laifei«. M (S6«onala« matter Jn]y 1, 19U *t the 'Peit'oScs *. ^ Btiriwn::B?y, JWiseoaBUi, uia,ex,Aet ol March 8, 187». ^'AS'J:'V'-^'-:v''-:tTJBlisHED'WEEKLY BY ^I^StKibR COUNTY NEWS EABt M. taPLAKT, President and Manager (B..Jt! LUNDBEEG, Vice-President W. WAGEHEB, Secretary and Treasurer iMto»» AH Communications to The Hews, Sturgeon Bay, WU. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year ? S Sturgeon Bay, \"Wis., August 16,1917 ..^d^i^B:^ ••\"\"••—toriz the Fire Department . A : f - I ^ it ever occur to the reader that this city has J o^(y jone livery stable? Possibly not, for the very , Bffiple\" reason that you never had. occasion to re- gjafeejtbe services of such an institution. |^ ?rior to the coming of the automobile there vere ~Zthreei livery stables doing business in this city and '*-,', all making a good living. Two of these went out of business a short time ago and it is now a difficult ^'\"matter to hire a horse and buggy, o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 August 1917

^ | ^ ^ s ^ B e ^ J t e ! r p ^ : i B ^ ^ ( ^ n g ' to ^^^^afepnlteiy,:j ^\"J«n£il\"jfiirtiier ^ notice. ','• S%woS8' ^mplbyeia \"at-the'' • fair grounds ^$$ute Ti'- 3ML ' ' C/ A,\"•boys / was' - takenfrom, g^iS|^wltn7 scarlet fever: ana' has been 1^:5 rj^edwnder quarantine by Dr. Hil- i ' • M&itk Coat of JPatat—Tbe^ outside©! ^€|e Hotel Union :has: been: given [ ^ 8 h coat of paint during the pasft ^feekby a crew of teen under P. J jGlTph and the appearance of the nos- {Miry has been %onderfuHy iroprov emptlon ^^Ujinf^SR^fjoeal Soard of Exemption, has been supplied With a number of bronze buttons that . ^ ^ to be,given to all those whj are exempted from military ^ service,/.^he Ijuttona were furnished by the gov- i^rnrnent authorities. / i: v§^!^fl':Jtali^^l.B/^eglo».^aB- vis- jKei&by a sbaTting rain Sunday,!: the (down pour starting early 1Q the morn- ing and continuing all day. The rain ^was general all over the eastern por- lion of the state and did many thous- ands...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 August 1917

115^^ PAGE WVM W&selv&in Prmt .andy'Bathkei spent over Sunday at his homejn Algoma K(r. and/Mrs.\"Robert Harvey and son Mward were'visitors in the city thelflrst of the-week. itfr. and i-Mrsi Henry. Overbeck re- toraeaVhbme Monday from a trip to Herbert C. Nelson and Nicoli Nelsoil of Sisb dreek -were visitors in the ciW on Thursday of last week. Miss Irene Bagnall left for, Milwau- kee Monday morrilng to study the styles\"to toillihery for the fall trade. Mallard \"Tufts took a run over from Algoma in his car Saturday on a busi- ness-trip^. ' ' ,\"'\\ Mr. and^ Mrs. Lyle Sizer of Milwau- kee arrived here Sunday to spend a week in the northern part of the cbun- MissT.:Mayine Colignon, who h&B heein attending the summer'sdhoorat Mliwaukee returned home on Satur- day.\":':\"',- •\" *.'•'\"''•' '•'\"\" . Mr.iand Mrs. Godfrey Logerquist o£ Sister \"Say were among our callers while in the city on Thursday of last week.''.,' Arthur Williams and son Vernon and^daughters Norma a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 August 1917

pflS •Miwiiiiiii 'mmmmmimmm _ .3|^^!fitiJ0M^av: f^: '^v ^ [i^fly^^ieri^«W'An 'it:4s^pp«a that i00^^^^sii0^MM}^^^'^ th^baras will heeady for: ose bythe i ^ i i ^ ^ ^ l a ^ ^ v ^ e i f t 8 t - y ^ f o ^ / p ^ ^ ttjWrUliatJhey are rieedjjU It issuch iMS^ii'^^jri^^Wn p knm #&£££:'^2^eda as these: that '. • gives...one more confidence and faith in the hrotfcer- ^j! l|^ai^Ma)^B::fiad ^fie xbfBfbrtjane^o ppyS^&^S^ $»gCT •'• * ijfte ' • '•• rep^rin g • ]'ja ^||f3pp^feBt.^eek.:^- 'v:^ ' ^ ^ . V v ^ - ^ ' ' |t fff is|E^jI)eLonrii'' coast-guard,. returned ^s-fi^^l^day^to^enbshaj-having'Bpent the' l^-l^liBt^^k^Isiting-' his family at the Iflf^^f^eph:' Pechette Jr. : returned Sal- lil'^i^aay . iffom: :St \",:Vincent's. . ' • hospital, ^0}0&pej&:^a^ :pfere he',had beenoper- f^'Jirf '^^ Agnes §| ^- «^e,Win'g:old acquaintances 'here after |:.@'r: £^ ^ C '| ^-.l»Bt loa4 Of material:arrived .here |fe^ 3|$t' ^e*k'':fnr' the large barn which ^0 5?^ji tinl.ted'.-Prult GroWera a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 August 1917

BIS? llllltitli^ THE DOOB COUNT! NEWS AUGUST 1C, 1917 l l l l l p W l R f i l N ^ of Local and General Interest tgf?I:|se^bji:o^tti5ftged^in •lE'MetsiBamOT? catrying viroo^ ore •||rom|^\"B)u^erICHp :to Lake -Mloihl- taalVaged grainaf^ilwaukeg lastwea^ I^bwn^rs^ o£. fldattngproperty Comi liplain bes&ube of a shortage : of cars fto ^rans^ort coal from the mines to |the:'tassels and claim that there will ihave ':to.5 be a marked improvement j^oJag these ithe|sto ineet the require liaet^s'of\"trade in iron ore and fuel.\" $ Tiie stone carrier Buttmarii belong- |}ng to theVGreen Stone company fleet, iwas on the boxes - the latter part of flasiKweek andthe first of thls/idr a l^earehing and neededrepairer Several ^new'planks were put in -the'bilges of ttie craft andI she was'recalked below stbe :wateV::line' ^^ • '. .', '•'r::'-r:::/' .)'.•', J: The BtoamerlDi. E. Parks, which for• Tnerlywasi engaged in carrying lum- b e r from the west shore toChicago, is ^ow 'trading between east s...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 August 1917

•t He*i a i d Theire t: : C. B. • Ruppvand Miss May Rupp vislted TOti'jfriends at Jacksonport and EUison Bay \"Sunday. , ^^ ^.:^Jqj^^B.iieUe^ • :i8 ^e': owner of a snew ^ r d ^ard which he, purchased of the: fcetry Co. of iForestville. : mm, Hageit a i d family and Mr. and ^ s : Bauffljgartiierof Sawyer visited a t theGea Matzkehome Sunday. .it-There, was no ball gameSat kohl- f^erg,the Glover Leaf boys ni t show- i n g up, .probably on account of the ••''^fttoVv- r\"'! v' '':..:-v\"-:'-'--V- i John\" Defnet lost a valuable horse ^Wednesday of last week. Coming during a: busyseagon the loss is felt anore. -^.I.:^ *• fa&rk^k Albert Elchelberg had a barn^rais- 'Sng 'Wednesday of last w£ek/ Arthur, •Matzkewas struck by. a falling tim-' *er and his shpulderv blade v broken Avhich will lay him up for a couple weeks- - \" , A ' ^ fio H '••:U^-\\ CJWLY BANKS ' V, ^ ^ s: The^Social Circle\"met at the home of D. p. Spalsbury last week. Miss Elizabeth Madoche spent the jiast week visitin...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1917

*€fjL9 ? f ^ ^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS -.\"tffcWS WOfiTH WHILE VOIIJMEIT STTJBGEON BAY. WISCONSIN THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1917 Several Thousand People Bid Them • V 'v.^wi^^: ^\\Friday Moriung.-. Was Solemn Occasion. % pftifOFTHE TRI P Hieir Arrival At Camp Douglas and How They^Are Getting Along. Four Are Rejected. fv Company F, Fifth WiscoasfiFVolun- fteer Infantry, U. S. A., entrained for . Camp Douglas Friday morning \". The Bend-ofE they received will live can the memories of those participating '\"as long-as life lasts. The members of the company will ever cherish the scenes that were enacted at the depot •on Friday morning. The parting was one that filled the hearts of everyone present with sol- emnity. Wihiie the farewell was spon -itaneous and hearty there was a sense (jof sadness that prevented undue hi Parity—a silent good-bye. Hats wer \\?waved and handkerchiefs fluttered b£, the morning air, but the throats were ^filled too idll to give vent to any out- •bursts of enthusiasm. ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1917

j|IB§ii§§i^ mmmmwmmm® & mmJmmMB: f^i^a^^ce-,E. - 01son who came here W&^i-JLxiSi 'Angeles Cal., to assist his ••f0^^V,p^-:ih^:~bbnk''ia-. the town of ^^ji^^Bktiks,being a son of.-.-.E. • C.: 01- ?^a^ii :^ai nptlfied by telegram to be* sSijB^^^.. lor^fletTlcie, he beiug the ^J:: ^nlm|^?ipne\".t|rawn in his. district.. .He e|vi'S5^|e^d Tb4fpre.' the.:, examining :phy- py #«ifel^lottiPrWay',evening and under-. ^f^^^^ajjuccegBhirexamination. •'. |,&'-?.^According 'to members of the board, |^^:'^en jbe ,.:Was^ asitea,:.whether: or not :?«DV^'iv^iiiea to make any!claims for ex- i*i//.'-\\-^Bu|ijtioii 'he set an,',example for othenected r ^'^ ^?j*B..'men',' by ..• making ...the :. patriotic g^.^ra^ ^ring,:8tatement,\"''r..Buppose I i^^. J«!^^]maSe clafin8 for exemption, but w|?'?-:'..^w'riareason why I should:not serve ^i^? «(» well as the next one. I am no bet- \"'\"\"'•'''' 4w than the man that might have to takermy place.\" y \\-Here Is a young man that has the •i.i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1917

THE POOlt t 0 t r s ^ ^ E W 8 APGPST^lMr Bntered M Seconi-class matter Jul 1, 1911 at the Po»tofflc» ! 5ft Bfei^n Bai, Wisconsin, under Act ot March 8, 1878. -IHE *QOR COUNTY NEWS Iv'f^S'v ? •-'. •:/ ,',.•• xiHObEPOEATBDJ': • EAMKJI. XaPLANT, President ana Minsger • ?.'\\ V?..' ^ •F:v'-:i-'--^,'!^fl^'EJS:EE - Secretary and Trusonr / »ddreM AH Communications to The Hews, Sturgeon Bar, Wi*. |J|Jul»cription Price' $2.00 Per--Year ••' • ' ^^y^^^-Staxgeim Bay, Wis, August 23, 1917 0 ' ^ ':It Is. An Revoir, But Not Good Bye :! Sturgeon Bay honored its departing soldiers in an' appropriate manner Friday morning. The entire population, turned out to bid tlie mem- ^ ^ r s! of Company P, Filth WiBconsin -Volunteer'Tegl-- •fviBentj-'.a.tond farewell. ' \\ They'--have gone on a noble mission—to fight for ritne^hpnor of their flag and country to fight for ••destruction of despotism and autocracy to plant $he ^•emblem of democracy on the soil and grave of a ? imonarcnal tyrant whose ill-gotte...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1917

ilitiliiii^ ^a^tirac^iSii^ate'aiTi'l^^et .Liver- p^l^^ ^gland. : i * 'As'. J8 known ie vSs a.ing ^l^^iErigiahcl^.'Aa: -:iB knowft :^rre* is |§||^S|^ : : r$en|ce, Jfen-rlt . Is imfler- ^§|toj«^et ••:fiieryi(ce, 'nien in the: city . • during flfsiftS^past: week : -iiivel8t!gfttingV reports, ^jit^the' effect that there were indivldu ^^^8:Bere/wh6' *'ere suppp8ed to.be'.pro |^:Sernian^The .individual\\under Buryejl |f 3|&&B^a^ |if?^ICfrni^esr/Haye : Union Picnic—-The j| *|ei^er6 -or ^ ^and Congregational churcnes on ttiia |^,^e :o£ the:bayjand the.«erman Sfeth- fpl^Btiiand Friends on the* -west side |*J^^MsldI a anion picnic at Laurie's park pS5:M»:^Fuesdijy when a very pleasant a£- |§S«i^fnoon was spent by all'.wih'o-'partici j^l^^. :---- L :-. -i ':vV^y- ••'•'• ' •' •.,.' - ^ v_ S35 Arm—Miss Nelie Webb had\\ Jfemisfortune to have the boneB it/ viferright-wristbrokeri on Thursday atl temoon.of last week while cranking] ^F6rd the \"animal\" kicking back j ^ a result sho...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1917

J M E - ^ f c / ' i M i ^ 1917 Ww&lv&s in Print Louis \"W. Langoehr of Ephraim spen a few days visiting at Slieboy- 8«-'-, .'.' r' K.-.:.v': /:'\\ - . , ' '.' ' ' • Bernard Peters and son Horace left the* first of the week for a week's vJait at Chicago. Miss Johnson of Manitowoc was the guest of Miss v Anna Wagener last week.' . :/:' '-v.-. : Judge Graass and family spent a few days,in the county the fore part of the week. \\ f .. • Howard Lavassor has accepted a position Vith the G. B. & W. R. R. as brakesman. Mrs. Harry Mertins of Shawano was \"the guest of her friend Mrs. Oliver Simon the past week. Gilbert Olson of Clay Banks and N., G. Nelson of Forestville were business- visitors here Tuesday. Painesville, Ohio, and Miss E. Hempy of Cleveland, Ohior guests-of Mrs. W. R. Hillingsworth_ of, Green\" Bay, mo- tored here from%e Ancient city for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. John Perry and family returned home' Tuesday from Iron River, Mich,, where they spent the past week...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1917

MM p S m. i ift @ K* s? I v S ^ ^ ^ i i ^ j I ^ i ' ^ . ^ ^ i r e i i e ^ Hanson | ^B|:Wja^pa^ &ree^efcs vflcat!on. ^ ifff$SW$^ Y $ ^ ^ of jaln S||pate' which , gives promise of ai6iu ^flcfci^hd Mrs.:J.I4. Thorns are among l^tiil&tecent'wriyalsvon the island. They j|i^e:a\"iBnmnier-nonieiiere •, :, ... v , .: |i ||jlhas.i j * v ^ Klchter JSaa^'^e^t^Jiiirpr^: ceiled train this $$!$ttifor theVSeptamberlterm of court. tSjtSome of the farmers are harvesting ^^thelr•wheat,, barley and rye. Oats are '^qt *eao3f (yefcProspects.are fair for i^^I'abtodant crop.::' ' ' v pnbi& l^trolt Harbor Ladles Aid took ^ v p v e r f70 at their, annual sale last I'JwBfc ^ largo portion of this will be ! 4bnateitt the good roads movement. v£'fa : :&:tiip/l!&:itM Thursday for jOhi|iago /where ho--will enter a hos- : pital for medical treatment Mrs. Fay and their son of St. Louis accompan- ied him on his trip. I & ^ h e n - the last Goodrich boat has come and gone those who are left ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1917

|#t!!i?^ • •: .'H-T . ^ THE DOOR COFNTX SEWS AUGUST 23,1917 e^KC^-- ! j » a » » M » ^ ^ HNational ERE iithe&c£w^ Glothiers^meahiS'-to us ai^tb o^ . After h u ^ n g ^ Bags through the U. N. G. at the Chicago lrayingco^ marked ^Co-Operative Jobbers Price UsV' and uj)on I mer price list we found the quotations 25 per cent/lower than the price: list from which | we had to buy if not a member of the U.N. C. Nowthen 25 per cent is a good profit so if we sell you pur Trunks, Suit Cases or Bags, at theregular wholesale^ price we can \"still, makea good profit arid[save you 25 per cent. We markedour Trunks etc. at ^ price' much lower than they could be replaced for now and hope you will take part of our Co- operative profit which otherwise you would have to pay ,!/ |v^.k:-:f+'re- united National •'\"•••' Clothiers IN \\4 S T A T E S X-W-WSiU'MKWM Nearly 200 Membtrs With Oyer v $1,000,000 Porcfcaiuig OiipWIBiBHUI^^ LAKE MARINE NEWS of Local and General Interest Christiana on Beef -.....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 August 1917

i^jha ^o^»w^an Algoma visitor .'-Si^d«^r.^-fe.-: V\" V\\.:.\"-:: -.. . '.'-. •. , ' •.\"•••:•. Ki 'Wm aincl Chas. Rupp motored t Sturgeon yBay , Sunday morning wheretb^^ his wife who ,\". te:^ a^p^itai:tliere.r '.' /.\\\\v-' ^e:JifUe.'4angfhter''of Mr. and jMjrs. ' -yft& S^aMyim taken ,to one of the fiofpitals at Sturgeon Bay to $e 6p- '^tea-rippnifor appendicitis. ^*%J ^TOe ^baii -game -.between th3 Kolil- •.berg-TOgers-• ''an'i-.'the- Institute Cubs Sunday! was :very interesting. Kohl- berg carried off the honors by the score 6t 8 to 14 The Cubs took the lead in ithe early part of the gan but t Trere pvertakfen'by their sturdy op- ' ^'p^ente. V/ i^e:pitehlng of Harry Leis- chowand Gerhard Leischow's catch- ing are worthy of special mention. %'^p^:\"jSSI!SS •. ' ' : Jhe Steamer Nettie' Dennessen is j still engaged in freighting hay to Green Bay. joe Cumber and crew of contract- ors are busily engaged in making con- crete bridges and culverts in this \\ town. ••• - i-. - . A h...

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 — 30 August 1917

^W&Uisa Come Around Right\". THE D00& COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WO&TE WHILE' VOLUME I T j •' • ':': STUEGEON BAY, WISCONSIN T H l K S n A Y , AUGUST 30, 1917 •XOIBE-R S I N E QUOTA NOW FILLED Examinations On Friday Produces Eleven*Persons WJio File No Claim For Exemption. BOARD B u T O JN FRIDAY Vill Take Up and Act On All Those Who Claim Examination On This '.-. Call. Certify Eleven. Of the thirty person who were sum- moned to appear for examination for the selective draft here were four who failed to answer the call. Sixteen persons 'claimed exemption because of dependents and one was 8 member of Company F, now in train- ing a&Camp Douglas, \"•\" § 6 ^ % single one was rejected bd^ cau.r^l^f\"'physical, disability, all of whliJ&is a remarkable record. ' On Friday, the day that the men _had been cited to appear for examination, the weather was most disagreeable, rain prevailing the greater part of the time.. . Promptly at the hour set for t'*e examinations, Dr. Procto...

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