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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

VAiW:i^ mt^-:^Aim-»ihiimm '::*?::-:'::it£^'t.~V''*-^^^ /S-::// S:X :V--:-:':' ' w'-&:''. ..•'•:! THE DOOR COFNTT HEWS SEPTEMBEB 13, 1M7 % 8$& )^^£w'&nti^ : J /:night //^A»::N.'': %a8/am^ /' at the camp on Saturday and the boya ^eire alf glad to see him 'airhe'- holds : v» warmjiiace in the hearts of every J\\cne of the eompanyv 'y':i : •' '•'. :-: The boys/got their federar pay for v^the first:sixteen days in July and some of'them had:not seen a greenback i^br so long that they naa -'toJbev ih- v trpduced. As one of the lads remark- : &r\"U ww & grw& and glorious feel- '/ Jng.^/-/-^''/C' '/'/-' • • V / . All the boys are getting to be ex- perts with( the needle and thread as : well as being handy at making beds, etc. so when they return home there Will be no need of being without at button on their clothes or an unmade bedVvv wV Y:.'\" v - ':' The company received their guns fCTnursday and the members surely vvfeel like full-fledged soldiers. . , The equ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

FlfiURggM SEED COR N COST jf $1 Was Paid Per Acre I* Woufd Buy the Very Best Kind That Can, ./// B^:PjbUlned:Anywherfc: j Fiye dollars is a good big price for seed/torn' BO big that'the most of us will not pay It But come tofigureit down to ajres it does not sound so [large. Gqmxtiag one bushel will plant (seven acres,/the cost is only 72 cents. Seed oats cost at least 50 cents a |biishejlxany season after they have _^_ cleaned. Counting two and one- Jijalf busheis*per acre, it costs $125 to seed one acre. There Is no possible of getting out of oats 6eedlng for {less than $1 per acre, even If bin oats seeded without cleaning. If $1 i paid out for seed corn per acre, it (would buy the very best kind that can he obtained. « JHONACI D SOIL. FO R ALFALFAihse [Highly Essential in Any Case That Land Be Well Supplied With De- j / caytna Vegetable Matter. j /Alfalfa requires in the East a deep, jfertile, well-drained, nonaeld soil |Loam soils with open subsoils are best jfor alfalfa, but i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

m SI PAQE SEX THE BOOB COmm JiTBWS SEOTEMBEB lS^ISJ: ^ ^'VBa^^ftles^^'lin d • Mrs. -Jofej, • riCo^':\\\"^'^4 '^*?^-^01'ir?''th^lo8S «it a, cliU(i'tJiat^^ on Sunday only {[ •Â» tew hours 'aft^iieing born. . : :^HI!Hke8 '^t'JJi)[i|tfjttg Mcense—Mra.j ,:lBod Berrld of tlile city has the diS 'V :.tlnetl6tf.pt : .1e.Inj^ t|ie: lady total :ra a'Mritlnjj license so far this ee Sthe .first:jot 'the^ ^e K :ctosed j^di wherieljy He became the ^Wijeifdf Bretl pool room at Algoma^ He wll ke charge of the place at-once. Sells BesIdence- Mrs. Stephen De ^canter within, the week £qld| her real- ^dence in the Third ward to Jacob Mlj- -vler, chairman of the town 5f Sturgeon I Bay, who purchased the p^ice Lppeculation. Annual Rmnmage Sale—Tile Ladle Aid of the ongregatlonal chuiich. wia to make the announcement that th will have their annual rummage salj sometime during the month of Oc fcer, the date to be announced later Circuit Court In Session—A session et the circuit court is being hold this we...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

THE BOOB COUKTY ITOTTS SEPTEMBER 13, 1917 PAOE. SEVEN Ourselves in Print • Henry Hanson is taking in the State ^^feir^t Milwaukee. •\" Andrew- Brann of Baileys Harbor r^ras'a visitor.in the city on SaWday, f John Carlson of Ellison Bay was in •the city on a business visit on Monday. * Bert Thorp snent a few days.in the /city the first of the week on a visit io his family. ' Mrs. Oliver Simon on Tuesday went to GreenBay to spend the week vis- •itmg with relatives. • Frank Herdina of Ellison Bay was in the city Thursday attending to some business matters. '.'' Jos. Marik returned to Milwaukee Monday where he is employed aftej. a visit with his parents here. Mr. end and Mrs. A. C. Burton and Mrs. I. J. Brian of Chicago arrived here the first of the week.' • • D. E. Bingham is spending the week at the State Fair, where he has an. 'extensive exhibit of apples. • •••• ' , - A t • Mrs. Henry Fetezer entertained a number of lady friends at progressive •.whist on Wednesday afternoon. • ^ Mrs...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

•AV?*W'-*»TW*i^n^'u:^vr\": ^ ^ ^j' ••^'-•^\":' \\--i,~:^'-\\s\\-:'t :•-\": i*/-'-\"\"/, v*j$ •AGE EIGHT THE B00B COCJJTY WETfS SUBPTEMSEB13* 1917 iB^IWn^iSffi Wedding Bells BJng Merrily A^ni^g the past\"week two of Se- •rafitopol'aI fair daughters have been/ ie^'.toi-:the^alta'r '' ,^v -^~/\\ On WedneBday afternoon ofriast Hitwak, September 5, Miss Ella Diefea- ibachl ^became the bride of Williaia Hanson. The ceremony was perform- ed byRev. Fred Schumann of the •German Lutheran church near Valmy, the edifice being filled with friends and relatives of the happy couple. e bride WAS becomingly attired and •was showered with many good wishes.^ After the ceremony there' was a re- ception at the home, of tne bride and to the evening a wedding dance waB given to the friends of the couple at the Petersllka hall, which was crowd- ed with a gay assemblage until the wee sma' hours of the morning. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Fred Dlefenbach and the happy young folks Will make t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

•vM THE BOOK couynr iriews SEPTEMBER 13,1917 •MAttr GBMNS SHOW LARGER K# ^ i f e l ^ a U T FROST MAY £ : % DAMAGELATE CORN. impiFviEU) ^POTATOES : %. JBtate WJII Produce 40,300,000 Buaholt :':?V:-of:{rTuber8:'This Year, as Com-3 /'3- ::-Jpared. •••\"'With .' 13,3*0,000'-'/.-' -/T^J^':'. .^Bu8nels---ln 1916 .. /^Bfadlson—Small grains In Wlscon- sla axe showing yields fully up to or .^greater than the estimates made dur- ing the growing season,, according to -the Joint crop report, national and state, just Issued here. The potato crop continues to improve, especially 'to \"the large potato, growing counties In the central part of the state. No damage from late blight is yet're- :a?ortea, but frost has Injured the vines in some of the northern counties, •while drought in the territory south of Madison will curtail yields. The corn crop is not.in a satisfac- tory condition, being from two to three weeks late. A large percentage of the -crop la In danger of being injured by treat before...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

^iMtilijra^ iroops-Stop Parade in Behalf oi fejsjX PERSON? ARE ARRESTED f e f e ' \" ' : \" - - • « • • •••-•• •• : \"' •& ^ep^^bijtie^b^ffence war sen't l£« |teiej^^ The striking street car men refused to!'parttcIpateYih/:th£^ |rateen^ybnnflreft'f ^^ guard lh Springfleidv^A tftfrge numberv of/fita'te . Jf&r'i'y^torfc*wlttessed^ the\" iilash between the soldiers 'and WyjU-: \\OXiB^'yX'yki-:ky'y^^k :kkkf^::k^i'y'/:^^^ SI. ^•oldlere ClMh With 1,000 ^abor Man Who Defied Order iMiied by MlllUry-Authorl. tk^miip^Mkk $^MMo^&^iitt^'S^--i6.-j^»6 men ^!PBW|a»t» 0 beaten«naitx?nrere air. |||*Jibritie« here when soldiers broke up |?|yiti^^^^a^^:^'a-r•4'•?^•\"••''•:' • ki :'•''''•• *\"•- :lfg'{rt^iBe8'%hV!#ew. '«n'bf are Albert ^elnkeland Anton Reddlck. They J'prere, taken to a 'local hospital, where pl^elr wounda^ which: were not^serl- ^^iW«fe ,3wta#l. Both'will be cited :|^ 'apn'ear in coui^^^^^*^.----^ jlfe^ffle trouble^ccurred^ft three o'clock }|n Nbrth-SIxtfc[street,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

This and That A-om : Here atidThere: VMHS^- FOBJESTVILIE N: \"' ji6o^V^Mk:t^''on':,the' sick list son Victor ^/Walter Meyer made a motor trip to jagoma Saturday. i-Mtes\" Annie Kretjow was a Forest- ^ i e yisitor Sunday. •Wtou HoffmanSvas a/Sturgeon Bay ^visitor Wednesday Mrs/John Moltis was at Algoma ant\\8urprise last Friday afternoon \"Thursday on business. / and it is needless to add that every- Ernest Berger left Monday for Mil- o n e h a d * m o s t enjoyable time, •waukee to seek employment Lars Knudson within the week sold Hugo Pllnske of Algoma visited W s farm to this township to Thos 'here between trains Monday. Severson nf n«™mt «„* ,* „„_., ..-,. Mrs. Luke Keogh made a trip .'to Gree Bay Monday and return. Severso n qt Carno t an d i s seriousl y considering moving to California with his family, Jf he: does not go west he will make his home in Sawyer. Miss Esther Rohan opened school in lower Giay Banks Monday, as did Miss fistherj Schuyler in the Vignes school. The ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 September 1917

PAGE TWELVE % TH* DOQS COUNTS NEWS SEPTJBMBEB IS, 19W ••:•'/•:i '|./::flif\"I^afl,'-Ari4 General Interest l The government tug Manitowoc was iri port again on Friday with the stone ecow Rip Rap. ' A m o n g the passages thru the bay „ Saturday was the tug J. C. Ames on her way south. .' '•••.-'• ',,„•'.' The gasoline .freighter Wisconsin arrived in port Tuesday with a IcSad o 16-Inch wood from the northern • part of the county. , The government lighthouse' supply steamer . Hyacinth\" was m port on Thursday1 of last week on one of hsr periodical visits. JThe gasoline auxiliary schooner Re- liance/loaded cedar posts at Whlte- flsh Bay and passed thru here on Sat- urday on her way to Marinette with -' the cargo. The steambarge I. Watson Stephen- son was a south-bound passage on Saturday, and tlie schooner Cora went north the same day. The schooner • Oscar Newhouse went south, loaded, on Friday. Capt. Peter Batchclder, who- has been mate on the tug HunBader the past season, resigned on ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1917

County':Fmi: ^^day^lt*s the Big Day. ?&wJfJJfe %'0-'?~$\\ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS-*'NEWS WORTH WHILE' tOLinBDErrr STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN THlrfSBAY, SEVTEMREU ^0, 1917 £»!$ NUMBER TWELVE 21J(liECTlMS Door County's Second Delegation Leave Wetoesday'-Are Given a Rousing Send-off. 4 MORE-NAMES CERTIFIED -District BoardSReport Them For Mili- tary Srt*ice--One of the Missing '''''\\T'.'Men^^tt'-Heardl--Fnni • ^Door county's ^econi allotment ot s6ldi6re,fo fight 'or 'universal demor- T^yV'tb'ok Jtteir - . iepartare for Camp Custer onWednesday afternoon. The squad was in charge of Willlaia Wtellever of this city, upon whom de- volved the resppnstbtU^ seeing that the men arrive safely at Battle Creek, •Mich. .,x'\"'^.••' ^ S ' .,'./,'X • '•' '-' At 6:30 i^Tuesdayi: Evening the de- tachment reported toi the Local Board and the first retreat, which signified their entrance into the services, of the national army, took place. When the roll was called every man, whose name appeared in these ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1917

mm ^ : £ y }ic'(&vial':p6ym by locomotive . - .,,' : v^eprge''Oickensbi|i''pn:'Safurday'fore-. i^ipon^hiad. a^rrpw escape from deatH 'When he was run down by the switcn •engine on\" the Ar& W. •'.''* - He was about to d r lve into the al- leyway between Maple avenue and State street and In order to do so was obliged to cross the tracks of the rail- road. Altho he saw the engine stand- ing on the tracks he supposed it was .going to go ahead, being pointed in the direction of the depot at the time. Just as he sCarted to cross the trac'u the locomotive began to back. It was then too late for him'to back his team out of danger, so he hit them with the \"whip and urged them forward, The horses succeeded in getting across, but the wagon was riot so for- tunate, as the coal tender hit the rack on which was loaded a number of milk cans, Mr. Dickenson being en- gaged In carrying milk for the con- densery. The blow struck the rack abreast of the left hind wheel, scat- tering the empt...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1917

THE DOOi COUNM NEWS SEPTEMBER 20,1917 PAGE THRIOI T^^Dpor County News Catered M r8tebn4-oIau matter July 1, 1914 mt the Poitoffloi at Stnrgeoa Say, Wlscomln, tinder Act of March 8, 1879. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY * ••,\"' Tiffi\"W)dR COUNTY NEWS :. :H : - • (IHOOBPOEATBD) BABL M. faPLAKT, President and. Managar 0. A. LXIHDBEBO, Vice-President W» WAOEHBB, -Secretary and Treasurer AUi«M Ap CoarauuicaUona to The Neva, Sturgeon Bar. WU. S«*8«iplion Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis. September 20,1917 , Was Misinformed We read In the unusually reliable Press-Gazette of Green Bay a statement in the editorial columns tor the effect that cherries in Door county were permited . to go unpicked for tlie want of a market in which to sell1 them. There never was anything further from thsf truth- and we do not suppose the writer of the : article'had. any idea but. what he was stating the.... facte. The truth of the matter is that the demand for cherries exceeded the supply and the price paid fo...

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 — 20 September 1917

f|f^|g R^^ : : ! • : .+ ri:: H/THE BOOBi-JTOTD^ji^ }:BrW:eifXBitisi ?i Council Meeting: Postponed--Th^ Tegularmeeting of the council that should have • been held on. Tuesday evening was postponed fop one weefe awing to a number of the members Bank Has Opening.—.The Doori ' Comity State Bank had its formal pub-j lie opening on Saturday, when a large] number of visitors paid their respects1 and were shown thru the establish- esstockholders of the People's Store Thursday evening was a inoat leasant affair. There was a\" large number of the stockholders present, together with a few invited friends. An 'orchestra of six pieces furnished music-for-.the occasion and addresses were made by several who were call- ed upon. The gathering gave the tockholders' an opportunity to be- come acquainted with the new man-the ment. Each person received a souv-, ^gement of .the establishment. Every- f:y LsoSit of the occasion. | Gagnon & PoUocf T&iowB — These? ahowB, which are holding forth in t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1917

THE BOOB COUNT! KEWS SEPTEMBEE 20, 1917 PAGEFlVa Barney Hahn mi front Fish Creek Monday to spend the week here during, the fair. Capt-Nonnan l.aPlant of the tug In- dustryspent Sunday with his family, itf this city. ^'••• '{:. Mr. *&<)I'Mrs J. C. Dana took in the state fair last,week, returning home Saturday. Y Mrs. IlehryjEi&tzer on Monday after^ noon entertairiecl 'at bridge and a very pleasant time was spent. Miss Anne Boyd* returned to Chicago on Monday after visiting at her home here during the past summer. Mrs. B. JOane and daughter Florence went to Green Bay Monday to spend a couple of jdays visiting with relatives. Miss .Lucille Whitfcrd on Monday took her departure for Croft, N. D. where she will teach the ensuing term. Win. Wolter left for Notre Damo tad., Wednesday morning, where he will resume his studies in the college. George Delwiche, Wm. Renard, Fred Delwiche and Sylvester.. Delfossc were Door County News callers Wed- nesday. ' : ' V-v': I. ...'•'. * E...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1917

OTESOW! MEiiiiiiii:iipi:T^ from wmmmmmMmm 1$m ) | | l ^ t h $ l ^ s ^ i|oftbJet death of Henry WSckman on ^^jSfceBaay forenoon of last week, tbhf S|aMrTO8liip loses one of its best known !|siBd:iri68t highly respected residents. |5@:^^TOckman passed away at the Jj^eople's hospital atv the county seat, 'tvhere he had been taken the Thurso ^Aydi^prevlons.' Decedent had for many- Sg| nyeB^ been: :thevictim ofi:a- bad rup- ^^5tw^'^d'\"* ,8hWt'tlme ..iiefore he .was | .: :' taken to the hospital became so much llg'^fWrBe that an operation was decided 2!vKm as-the: only thing that would re- f||fe i llOTe his sufferings and give him a Si '^chiuace,'-.: Unfortunately he was also |^-%-iBjQlctedat the same time with ap- &^-'iiejndlcitis and it was realized that ew •'there -waslittle hopes for his recov- |? j Jerjr owing to the severity of the case f| -:£\\juid-the.age.of .the patient. He lived §@ S:JB1X days after the \"operation. . . /Decedent was nearly 67 years of age haying been bor...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1917

THE POOR COUNTTJrEWS SEPTEMBER 20,1$17 PAGE SEVBH im NEW People s Store All Nevvr But the Name 1 The NEW Peoples Storel Music and Sat,Sfept. 22 Afternoon and Evening One Gala Week--4^^ a Reiuvenatefl People's Store Sat, Sept. 22 Afternoon and Evening Music and flowers New Ideas NewMethods New Goods T H E new fall and winter season finds the People's Store after 21 years of existence, a wholly transformed, modernized thor- : * oughly systematized and complete department store. For weeks past theefforts of the new management were directed at this great task and we are now in a position to announce the readinessi of the.-New People's Store, ready to serve you with the greater facilities of this NEW establishment, our greater buying power with hew goodsj newmethods, better service and ^one'earnest endeavor to lastingly satisfy our patrons, ~ v ^ v v^' ' Better Quality Better Service Better Values m M 1 Introducing Our New Furniture Departm't Furniture that will stand the test of quality...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 September 1917

BtJJlJllfi^ fes-tl4» l5||S /r?f/nt^ /£ '0hfe. portIs/' planning on doing coil-, ••? ^ CsIde»b|e-wi'k dttrtej? thelcwblng win- i' K-tei: Inv.'iiie line of r^irildtng several 'f'v^Wthln the past week they purchas- ^:tf^ lightship from the government ////•/that/had been condemned for Service. V?, TTbecraftis-\\at Imdihgton, Mich.,•. and £• //the tug Huhsader will bring her here ?: ^on the next tripshe .makes to Milwaii- ? ltee. Itlis ]the intention of the cbm- ^ this boat into a/tug. '/•'//// Another craft that was . purchased • was the steamer John/ P./Eddy from . Milwaukee parties!, The vessel was 'vbuilt at Detroit, Mich, In 1886 and is 259 feet long and 38 feet beam. It is 'the intention of the new owners to convert the boat into a stone carrier during thd winter/season. . The steamer Vermillion which was sunk alongside the company's dock, was on Saturday pumped dut and will be towed, to the dock at the foot of Liberty street, where she will be cutand down and built into a ston...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 September 1917

H*mi^l&&?t'-- efity makes friends, Adversity tries them. NTY THE DOOE COUNTY NEWS—\"tfEWS WORTH WHILE' YOIIHEEIT J. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1917 LEAVE FOR WACO Door County Company, Quit Camp Douglas On Wednesday For Camp McArthnr. CAPT.REYNOLDHONORED One Of Four Officers Selected To Beyard Sent To France To Study Mod- era Methods Of Warfare. At a meeting of the city council on Tuesday evening a petition signed by 180 persons was presented asking that the city establish a municipal coal in this city at once for the dis- tribution of fuel at cost: The law was cited giving cities authority to buy and sell commodities of this kind for the benefit of the public. 1 After discussing the situation from h financial standpoint the matter was preferred to the Finance committee with instructions to get in touch with the. executive committee of the coun- cil of defense at once and endeavor to evolve some plan whereby a suffl-ii escaped death Company P, together wi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 September 1917

%$p!%il^ mmm^wmftim& iiSA^YER ...„ s 0rg.:'Fi Schilling was a Forcatvllla §S \"Silr ' and Mrs. .lohn Simon- went to ef feulkauna, Wis., Saturday to visit with e'5^datlve8. ''- - : : :: • , it|:i^Mr. and Mrs. :D. D. Spalsbury went y|^toGreen Bay Monday to spend a day l^br-two.'''' •'' •:.. • .-•'•,, ' v ^J: ' Leo Otto was taken quite seriously ^rilli on Tuesday night with an attach l\" i of acuto gastritis., '''•-.*' $$: .William Jacobs has been confined to e liis home during the past week by an ?vi attack of illness. E^ Ed and Walter .Simon made a tr'p ^toiQrecn Bay on Monday to spend the £f?4ilay visiting relatlveB. |t: • Miss Ida Hanson on Saturday left v for Bscanaba, Mich, where siu will v visit with relatives, • M '-••/.: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Anderson went If to Kowauneo Monday to visit with | : relatives and friends. v Wiabun Kruoger left for Madison ) on Monday where he will continue his •• studies at the state university. f. Mrs. August Schultz and family on ' £ Saturda...

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 — 27 September 1917

ffiefDoor County News gntered »» Beeond-class matter July 1, 1914 at the PoitofBet : »t Bturjeon Bay, WiBconaln, under Act ol Mtf.h 8, 187B. ''•'•.••'«.••• PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ' THi DOOR COUNTY NEWS (IHCOBPOBATBD) • .'••-». EABL M. I*PLANT, President u l llutagex O. A. LTTKDBEBO, Vice-President W. WAQEHEE, 8ocretary and Treasurer THE DOOB COUNT!3SEWS SEPTKMBER 27,1917 AA&rws AD Od»nnnle»tlon» to Tie Hew* Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, W1&, Sept. 27, 1917 Flays the Objectionists It 1B sincerely to toe regretted that every American citizen cannot read the speech made In the United. States senate by Senator John Sharp of Mississippi rebuking the objectionists and those of our citizens who are taking a stand against their government. For the edification of some of our. readers we are, going,to take a few sentences here and there that are particularly applicable to some of the stock* ar- guments of the demagogues and objectionists all o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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