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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1917

lmlB ffllmM £ Jf§§i|u^^ Sawdo, a f-.i:Jlf^ng^resldent 5\\of • - Gardner, ? who j j^iSiediawa^ at his iicune near the west # jt&fe .bf thi$ ward '• oil-Aug,' 19th, thefor ':'' :j«^niuaJty 1pa a: good» citizen ^i^eTOased^was\" bora AprH 30, '1871, - :|^''^(B5i:iarm^,b^e4\"-.by: his parents, t'^JSr, tod-iSrk Michael Sawdo, Hye miles : * b r ^ ^ ^ pillage of Brussels on the y ^b^olf jQreen Say, the home of the ,y *aroily for fifty years. He was the i ^des t fibn: in the family of fourteen ^children, seven sons and seven daugh- U ^^Phe: father died three years ago. .3ohn managed tho largo farm ,, for t'&|#t y eara until laat winter when his | jailing health compelled him to give lip the work. Last spring the home- stead was, reluctantly aold by the y taojher, and he, with his mother and rMiBfamily, consistingvof thewife Mary, '•: nephew, stephono Favt ^ t e . a n d rilece' Wlnnlfred, Favorite, r$Aipi$& -to tho:' present' homo adjoining Sawyen •. /.-.)•*V\" '1 • '• • {r?....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1917

THE DOOfc COUNTY KETTS AUGUST 30, 1917 PAGE THRHW :J1i0: : totered. as Second-class matter July 1, 1914' at the Poatoffice '.•: :}»% Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act of March 8, 1879. ' ^ BTTBUSHED WEEKLY BT IfHE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (INCOEPOEATED)^ \". EAUL M. LaPLANT, President and Manager JtJ.'A. 1TOTOBEEG, Vice-President . W. WAGENEE, Secretary and Treasurer Address AU Communications to The Hews, Stnrgeon Bay, JVla. | Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year •| : : w' : -:'-.--'.•• Sturgeon Bay, August SO, 1917 '•-.^•' ,fv'.•''.:. :•• Bay Shore, By All Means * iVv•••'At a meeting in Green Bay on Wednesday of laBt ':•''-,^6ek, which was a hearing on the proposed trunk -•iilineByBtem, and held jointly by the special lejgisla- i:tlve highway committee and the state highway com- *amission, there was a discussion over the question of i'changing the proposed tentative route of the trunk * : line from the bay shore to a line thru Casco and ^iiuxemburg. • _ .•-, The route along the shore is the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1917

NTT NEWS :'jBQigilIcajrtoao' of Fords for their trade ^siflef are'.still behind on the orders on ••^}5HoTes-His: Office—Dr.,T. C.. Praetor,tice. • l ^ ^ m o T e d i 3o County State Bank building, .:^Ttmg v ^ :iwee&.:': ^v?. '•.\"•-.. ^ -Stores Will Be Cloged—Monday '•:'.f»^^^ ^iior ':I)a7rl ,the itore of the idtjf^Ill be closed. Bear this in mind *nd' procure your groceries and other necessities in time. B-fesning Hunting Licenses—Hunting jileenses are now being issued by the ^^^^:: -clerlc-- an'd''Einil- SimonaV haa- •|the 4!stinctipn of lioldihg No. 1. The iicense card is much smaller and more practical .than heretofore, being of a • icbnyeilent.:size ,::'.. .''-..\"••. i sBonght Jacob ScJIcr rince—We have .^e^er. heretofore chf onicjed the pur-gard jch'ase of the jfacob iSeiier place by JJert Carmody, our amiable register of aeeds.' The place is located in the j«asfcern outskirts of the city and con J^B8-^e«ei^nJ[assi*-~-»^^°,,',l'\"- \"\"\"*~s, Make Their First Shipment...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1917

• v - — AUGUST 30,1917 Ourselves in Print -Father Geier of Maplewood was a 'visitor hi the city on Wednesday. Mrs. Jno B. Davis underwent an operation at the People's hospital on Tuesday. She.is getting along nicely. Miss Ella -Mae Washburn returned home on Wednesday morning from a trip to outside points. C. J Hoeppner, postmaster of Map- lewood,'was in the city Tuesday on tuBiness. ^-^=^v j ^ T h e stbrK ten a baby boy \"at th«f /• home of Mr. and MrSy Leonard Hun-S ( sader on S o h d a y ^ - ^ * - - — 3 Dr. H. F. Barnes arrived here Tues- day on his way to his home in Egg Harbor. ' Mrs. G. I. McDonald of Algoma was called here Monday on account of the illness of her son. Henry Starr and Mr. Boquist of Sister Bay were visitors in the city on Tuesday. Dr. Farrand returned here Tuesday from a visit at his old home in Ap- pleton. • *- Dana Lambie who was visiting at the home of Eugene Birmingham and family, returned to his home Friday. Miss Hannah Hanson arrived home on Friday to vis...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1917

B COUKTY NEWS AUGUST 30,1917 m®$m&ffl^M$g$ wmmmm THER E EGG HAEBOIl^ tttes Pearl Calhoun spent several ''!Mi&S of' last -week visiting relatives initing Jacksonport, . •— '••'. i l t o l Micnaei Carmody-^f^ui^n^iduse B^yVwas the guest of Mrs. John W. 3armod last-week. Jjjames Roscoe \"of Seattle, Washing- ton, arrived here Monday to make a •ytelt at the homeioThis father, Jos. Ifoscoe. . .•'•'•• •\"•'-..,. -• - ^Mrs! Chas. MUler returned Saturday to her home at Chicago, having spent the past several weeks with her par- ents, Mr. and_Mrs. Jacob Bavry. : Miss Augusta Lyman of Green Bay Who has been visiting fr1emfir=here the past week, went to Jacksonport Sunday, where sne vml visit »l the-and home of Mrs. Fred Berger and other relatives before returning homo. Balph Haskell returned last week from Camp Douglas where ho was, found physically unfit for to take up the duties of a soldier, due to a broken ankle which he. sustained about two months ago. We are ail glad to-aee Ral...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1917

THE:»i]^cdimT!f^Wj8#iteiJST 30, 1917 :: Here andThere :: tfOBESTVILLE VMTB. JOS. Linzmeyer'-was an Algoma visitor Monday. Andrew Lawrence was a -visitor at Algoma\"Thursday. • ?Mr. arid Mrs. Wm.. Rankin motored to Brussels ^Thursday. :',-'•• Miss EUa Boettcher made a trip to Green Bay Saturday. Mrs, A. Goerke is on the sick list also Mrs. Herman Schuenke. : ^ N. Anderson and wife were mo- torists to Sawyer Tuesday. J'(.. Julius Hafeman of Kohlberg was a business visitor here Tuesday. Wm. Jacobs is employed in the Geo. Schmeizle blacksmith shop now.: Herinan Boettcher of Algoma visit- ed with friends here Thursday. Miss Verba LeClaire of Algoma was here Monday on a business trip. Peter, Arthur and Emil Weber mo- tored |o Manitowoc and return •Sun-: •:• • •'!.j2i^ I3Dii«i*iL.- • •.*• Joseph Hafeman bought a 'new Ma- nure spreader from Schmeizle & Brey .- Monday.\" ':\\,',. ,,..'• • „ ' • ••..^v: - - • / y •:• / Mrs. TonyStauber is visiting here iwith friends, coming up rrbiri Mi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 August 1917

:TME-tPd(m,: (^CT!ft ^ |#'\"\" \"\"\"'\"\" \" \"\" ' '\" ' \" \" pi V We also are ready with a complete stock of J^ariiig liipparelforthe Seliool Boy. : ••••'^?&v^':::: ©J5 BoXs' SCHOOL .S^BS^OS^IJI^ gjv f Ig'S BOYS' SCHOOL• CAPS, i ^g : /^fe^vSS Sfi8^C-^cn?ti»' SbHboL BLOUSES O : : ^ | ^ H | 5 |ft Jigy V-BOYS'.. . SCHOOL KNEE PANTS: ! SS' ?fe . '• : :'In''.factanything'to'-coniplete the School Boy's Wardrobe llFREE! A tablet with any Suit, Shoes or Knee Pant sale FREE! And for Women who bny for Men and Boys ««XKXXXXW)t«»g LAKE MARIN E NEWS of Local and General Interest Among the yachts In the bay Sat- urday was tlio cruiser Secret III oftroit Milwaukee with a party. Tho government utoamor Sumac was a visitor hero on Thursday of last week on one of her periodical visits. Lightship 89, which is located In Lake Huron, is oxpocted hero next week for a general overhauling at the shipyard. Tho tug John Hunsador, Capt. Al- bert Anderson, was kept in port with her stone barges Fr...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1917

14 MOREARE DRAWN Tfu Number Have Been Certified By the Local Board From Last ^ Thirty Examined. DISTRICT BOARD REPORTS •^ei^TKrty-Fonr Pereons Who Were Passed Upon By the Local Board K ^ Have 19 More to Report. \\: The Local Board met on Friday ^morning to pass upon the exemptions ,« those who had beep examined the • \"week previous. All the members were present with' the exception of Wra. Jess of Washington, who was unable to get away, this! being the only meet- ing that he has missed, notwithstand- ing that he has so far to come. , . The first thing • that the board did , •was to select the three men who were to represent Door county in the first mobilization of the new army unit, mention of which has been made else- where. ,0f the 30 persons examined 14 were certified to the district board, 14 were exempted and two have not yet been disposed of- Two of those exempted were deficient physically. This is an unually large percentage • £o certify—almost 47. Out of those certified th...

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

wmmmm THE DOOB COUimr NEWS SEPTEMBER 6, 1917 mm mmmMMm feSlM- K£ ^Harried at Escanaba .•:\"•'•.'' &~£ Sawyer^ residentswlll^nb doubt be •|tot«Hrested In-the following item taken ^ irpiqaian Escanabavplaper i under date ^yof) SWurd.a^'.eveiiing: :-j:. » ^ M i s s Eila- SDefoe, daughter of Mr jSuidi.Mrs. Frank Defoe of Sturgeon fBay, last evening became the bride of VJWlHlam Haase of Escanaba, the cere- ^mony being perfomed atrTr09*^CTOcfc Yby Rev. R. Stanley Brown, pastor of ?the-First Presbyterian church, at the shorn© of Mr.rand Mrs. Harold Ray- anond, 713 Ludingtbn ,streetA^v?\" IS''The bride ^ was attended by Mrs. Harold Raymond and the groom by v Mr. Raymond. The bride was attired • In, a gray chiffon broadcloth. Their many friends will wish them a happy, married life.\"' They will make their homo in this city.\" Mrs. Harold Raymond 4vas formerly iMisa Mayme Furlotto of this ward, where, the family at one time resided. Autoes In Collision Autoes driven by-Mrs, Louis Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1917

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS SEPTEMBER 6, 1917 }0&$€ourity:'] News v ..-.™.'-S« Siconi-elasa matter July x, 1BU at ttw Poitofflei \" »t ShU»i»n B»7» WlseonsJn, under Act ot March 8, 187B. '' PPMJESHED WEEKLT BT THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (INOOBPOEATED) EAEIiM.laPI.ANT, President and Manager 0. A. IiTJNDBEEG, Vice-President W. WAGENEB, Secretary and Treasurer PAGE TOREK\" Addreia All Oommunlcations to The News, Sturgeon Bay, WU. Subscription Price $2.00, Per Year Sturgeon Bay,Wis, September 6,1917 - t- •• : : -.•\"-- •• * • • • . ' •'•• ' \" • - ' He who makes extravagant claims may some- time be called upou to deliver the goods. ^Wh y ls.it the papers always tell you what It costs • whe senatora and congressmen delay bills .by talk- ing?, The longer they talk the less it costs.' They get paid by the term, not by the hour. . v'Rem'ember the Door-Kewaunee County Pair!'Our ' neighbors on the south are after the premiums and J t i s up to the farmers of this county to see that they do not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1917

aiiii^iiilii^ THE DOOB COUIOT SEWS SEPTEMBER «, 1017 \"SOMEWHEREINFRANCE'6 ||j|i§$§il^^ Stntgcon' g|p$!|^jtijp§^ Forces 'fH |pf| !pB&^ni^ in The letter: is written on tubcise £:pa||tIbnMjr- furnished by/ the Y.) • Wt -C. I^jywilch5bears tfte heading \"On : Aci- -yiy^yService With the the j American | I^editlptiary ^orces.\" Roiand writes: : \" \" 3 : Somewhere in France, . ^ ^ ' • M - ^ ^ r • .- : July-. 29,. 1917. :'i-My Dear Mother: Totoy is Sunday and( I wlU teH you. •: \"libw -I spent the day. «This morning C :Vfiia my'•. wash day and I sure had 'y some washing. This was the firafc -'regular wash since arrival. I wish vydiv could have seen the Bight Right /affer dinner I read over a few letters, -••• including your last one, and startedwill to read a story in the \"American Boy\" but soon threw the magazine on mywrite -cot in preference to a- llttlo baseball as usual. On one Bide of us were, French soldiers watching and on anr other our fellows Blnglng \"My Little ,GJr...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1917

chief coot of/ the,- company, • having AownjjuaSaptitude for the work from .the stairtf 3'y(, :.^-- --- • Private F . G. Langenmk and How- ard Collard are the Company buglers. Privates Houstak and Duwe are now the'.-Company mechanics..'..\".'•..-. Alvin Lipke of Maplewoiod, who Is a member of Company Cv3rd Wis. regi- ment,' has been promoted to sergeant. He enlisted at Hudson, Wis., TheC , boys received their new uni- forms, shoes and shirts the latter part of the weekj so were in trim to re- ceive their vistors on Sunday. In the, firjBt drill in which the Com- pany participated we had the largest number on the field. It is hoped that Company P will be the banner or- ganization of, the Fifth regiment. Several of the boys have been hav- ing \"feeds\" and \"goodies\" sent them by the people of Door and Ke- waunee counties. There is only one regret and that Is the boxes do not come oftener. , Company F of the Fifth Wis. Inf. has at present 148 men. In the phy- sical examination on Augu...

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

§pl^S^Jiiralt :i^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ • ^ 0 ^ ^ ft'^ ^l^^ a K||||^M^»)iiweflBfnX :run ^The PineB\" fin- ,v. 0sift^' iiUs: :Offic^ M$0:0^i!taove niBJ*ffl^in'to \"tli^.robmB','Jn- w ft fa l i / «* '/\" ^ePIfiney buildingtottay (Thuradsy.) ^ v ^. JfK^W^^ year ^gi iv^epr-the/ rag weed \"JB .the.most dan- ||i| w ierdUB' and'8hrtild ,be cut down \"before \"'tt^j6B:-to'8eed^'''r ':: '. :-f'\\''---'^::-:: -':V #Biujiaiag6 Sale—The Woman's club announces a rumage sale at the Noll Iralldtng Friday and Saturday, Sept 15 and16th.- All donations should bo delivered at the building by Wedne3- ^^^.•:-:r-::\\^y^':}:'.'••:•'' ':•••[ •••'-'••:/ •I lteftTers Will Hold Meeting—The Beavers will hold a meeting at th^ K. R hall this Thursday'evening, at wjhich time a class of ten wjUl be ini- tiated. Refreshments 'will/be served, followed by.a dance, J / T ' Patronage Falls M—During tho jpast week the patronage at the bath- ing beach has fatten off considerably, due to the C ool/weather. There was a fair...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1917

THE DOOB COUMTf NEWS SEPTEMBER6,1017 '[ PAGE • SEVEN-'vv [ Mrs. George Machia returned home iday from a* visit outside -with liehds. [Miss Lucille Brandeis went to Mil- fraukeeMonday where she -will at- ad schpol during the ensuing term.. Harry Washburn of Milwaukee Is pending a few days visiting with rel- Itiyes here, while on a short vacation. • Mr. and Mrs. George Ranking and tiiid returned home Sunday from a sit with relatives at Green Bay. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis left Wed- nesday for North Dakota where they Till teach during the ensuing term. Mr. and Mrs. Hogenson and child- ren arrived here from Sheboygan the Brst of the week to visit with rela- tives. . Ed Schreiber of Fish Creek and Ei- ther Wilste ancr-Emil Baker of Sister Jay, were visitors in the city Labor ^ • ' ' • ' : ' . \" . . ' • \" Miss Eulalla Keogh returned to IChlcago Monday after spending a Icouple of weeks' vacation at her home there. Dan Fischer of Milwaukee arrived [here Saturday evening and spent the [foll...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1917

m Mm 1^^^^^^^^oiM^^ l | fag te\"P0E9r Benedict's peace appeal and statingrfwhy the United State* \\ most contlnne the warnntll ^he vrorld is freed of Prnssfanlsm, signed •€'-.i:-iv:^' .'::•••' r'V'-^^vmSl^dTON ?D/d^ug.:27,i9ir.::'-v. vTft m8'Holiness, Benedicttiai.X^.Pppe \\ .-..- In acknowledgement of the communication of. your Holiness to the fc helligereht peoples,,dated ^Anguati 1, I917»rthe president of the United States requests me to transmit the following reply. .'.-.'•. , ''Every heart that has not been blinded and hardened by this ter- i^Tibld \\tfar must be touched by^ this ihovihg appeal to his Holiness, the i] Pope , must feel the dignity and force of the humane and generous 'motives which prompted it, and must fervently wish .that we might ^ take the path of peace he so persuasively points out But it would . b e folly to take it if it does not in fact lead to the goal he proposes. MUSt INSURE AOjUNSTEENETiaL OF GREAT WAB \"Ourresponse must be based upon the stern fact...

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

THE DOOE COUMT NEWS SEPTEMBER 6^ 1917 PAiSEJ:NiNiff-. 2: Here ^uidThere:: •'M ore:*OBESTTlLLE . Carl Welse was at Sturgeon Bay on business Monday. • i Bert, SeJler returned home from Green Bay Thursday. V'^3am Perry made a business trip ^Sturgeon l^ay Friday. •^Barney Boettcher made a trip to ^Avgoma Thursday eyehing. - : ^ l y 3Ioore left Wednesday for 5Flii^ Mich., on a business trip. K M W Hattle Jennerjahn of Algoma '«pejt over Sunday visiting here. : Mrs: Henry Perry is visiting here with friends and relatives this week. Rev: Bergholz of Kewaunee visited with Rev. Berger Monday and Tues- ••T- '\".-,i'o8.' Frando of Nasewaupee was a visitor here for a few hours Wednes- day.'/.', • tviBobert Maedke and John Rupp of Kohlberg were here Friday on bus- .-iness. • A large number from here attend- ed the mission festival at Kohlberg Sunday. ^Erwin' and Geo. Lehmkuhl and Her- •inan Nauman motored out to Gardner Stiriday. '•' . ••••'.:...': : Alvln Murry of Marinette visited liere with ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 September 1917

wiiiipiiiii^i IV/ ':Bctt^ :Efficlen i^^ ^alendar'' 'year 1018 / ^ , tward«d •H^pa|taMmtiofc,Commerce, Lighthouse £ | $ | e r d c e ^ i^ar^^^gB^udseii r '//'flratf. assistant^ / / / / ^ f ^ a ^ ^ |:^itetant ^ w a r d Kott [ 5/./ 't-:Ppx\\ • £•-£0more'receiving :p p' j^Tho award wias naadei h» ^ e itbilpwwater-line^ - /ing^^iier0CKpsen ty/lo from the 0p#:v '.p%^^ J'-^warded ^stairs, after ellminattag !ita ^Uons where pennants had been award- /-ed and keepers not changed. The coih- c peting stations -were S t -Hetei)ai P •Beaver Island Harbor* North Manitoii, KPlum Island, Pilot Island and Racine v/Eecf. The name of each 6t these sta- //tions vras written on a apiece of-paper. i neatly folded and clasped : arid Racine ? /Reef Light Station wasdrawn/ ' The following keepers' in this coun- ty whose stations stood 100 per cent on Inspection, were awarded ©fflcien- cy stars for the calendar year, those with a {*) denoting the holders of commissioner's star, which signifies' : tlmt th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

W!$&W %^l$i$dy f6r1%eMigB^ Fair Septet THK DOOE OOTTNTY HEWS—\"#EWS WORTH WHILE' WIJMEIV STURGEON BAl, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917 ANOTHER LOT CALLED Twenty one More Perions Summon- ed To Report At Camp Caster Battle Creek, Mich. 1IAYE 01TSEPTEMBER19 WdliamiWellever Will Head the Dele- gation--Take Their Departure At ': '*&• 2 O'clock In Afternoon. k V * The next consignment of Door -county's quota of selected men for *he anny will leave here on Septem- ber 19—next Wednesday. The Local Board received official v''-notice'on Monday to send 40 per cent of the, quota to Camp Custer on that date, Pursuant to these orders the ^following persons have been notified .40 report to the local board. /.' William' Wj«Uever, city. , Albin I Ohman, Gibraltar. John N. Elienbecker, city. HehryN. Propsom, city.' William. Reimer, Gardner. , August F. Eckert, Gibraltar. Alfred Jenquin, city. ^ Clarence W. Haen, city. . .'. Laxis P. Nelson, Liberty Grove. Ira Gray, city. •,'.': Sylvan...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

iliM®^iiiTW0( THE DOOB conraanr ITEWS SEPTEMBER is, 1917 wm&m^3M®vite£ mMzwmR Finish the Tfell 7lTne11well was finally finished /Tuesday, when the drillers reached a days. Mrs. Clias. Anderson went to Green, on Bay on Thursday to visit for a few depth of 1225 feet The hole is sunk in the sand stone to a depth of 147 feet, this strata having been reached days, when 1088 feet had been reached. At the present time the water is 65 J teet from the surface. As the eleva- t i o n oh which the outfit stands Is 03 /feet above the lake level the flow is J28 feet above the lake, which would /bo a great volume of water flowing from the opening if it was located on the bay shore. The- water is as clear as crystal and the grindings from the sandstone arc as white us sugar. \"\" The contractor is F. . B.. Wijson of Green Bay, arid the head driller is Wenzel. Phillip, assisted by his son Frank Phillip. The well was com- menced on May 15,1916, making about sixteen months that they have been p...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

Jh&§&^${^ gatered M 8ecbnd-clas» matteT July 1, 1914 at the Po»tofflo« «t Bturgoon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act ot March 8, 1878. THE bO(SR COUNTY NEWS \" •• , (INCOBPOEATED) • ' EABL M. KPLAHT, President and Uuagtt O. A. IXWDBEBQ, Vice-President W, WAGBOTBB, Secretary and Treasons THE i)OOB COUMTY KEW3 SEPTEMBER 13, 1917 Address All OomniTinlcatlona to The Hews, Sturgeon Bay, WU. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturg«on Bay,xWs, September 13,1917 The salaries of some jobs are Criticism and Abase. A sure test of a man's civic patriotism is hls ability to pay an increase in taxe\\with a smile. The fellow who is least informed ia generally the first and loudest in telling how the\\government should be run. Altho the manufacture of whiskey was discontin- ued on September 8th, the water, and the welljebl-. gram is not yet applicable. •'. , X The government raided all the quarters qf the l\\. W.W. agitators one day last week and will clean them out root and branch. Now if th...

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