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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 October 1917

-ii- r-iniii iiiiitfi^!?!'!-.!- n.-ii*i r.-M.ii.-ri--.-,.- n-ii i i-ii'ir - - ir.i-i- 'iiT-i.'.-- , ' V ••i.r i r - iiVr - ,- • '\", - -„„ ', Continued -From Paige* One \"$WBSE^CABBIBRS/ THE BEACH @^ef&tpn<S carriers , ^Adriatic and :Glasgow^went'•, on \"the- beach at U!y 'vB^i'^j^^'^tfBS/iibrffi' of the canal, ''yjj£:Saturday,• inJis^tE^^ ' :. V'':'. :-. •' \"• \"• ^Iiuhsader^Capt. Harry Searfuss, were 'jreturhinjBr\", ' frojh MahRowoc • in light trim and iwheh off the'.canal attempted id Bhorten towllno- There: was a heavy sea, £ui&ing at the time and thle wind-whs-blowing hard from the ^southeast, accompanied by rain. While Toiling around the tbwline parted at the eye and the barges went adrift. , The anchors on botli vessels were immediately thrown out and these held until the coastguard crew from the'canaV under command of Capt. Christehsqn arrived with their power boat. The two men on the Glasgow were taken off, but while this was be- ing done the towllne betw...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1917

:$-:YWC0m$Gm^ THJS DODK COUNTY NEWS—**HBWS WORTH WHILE' T«LIJME1T 8TCBGE0N BAY. WI8C0NSIS THCES'BAY, OCTOBER 18, 191J IjIMMM Engineer HiUIs Completes the. Work of laying Out the Proposed Drain- is uge System for Towns of Sturgeon Bay and SeVastopoL . STAR T l l g j N SrW Bearings WHJ, Be Held When Benefit^ and Damages Hate Been Fixed. Other Towns May Apply. Engineer Hillls on Friday afternoon finished the work of making the sur v|y for the proposed drainage systeri in toe towns of Sevastopol and Stnr- jgeoa Bay and eastern portion of the •city. .,''• : .v For' thjjjpast couple of weeks Mr. HilliSj agisted by Messrs. A. A. Minor^ Aug. Simpson and Robert Stephensonj 'ha s been engaged in'making the sur| vey, during, which time they covered about, eight miles. ! The\" actual drainage system will be five niiles H length, according to Mp. \\Hiliis and will have an ideal fall for the drawing off of the water on the area thru which it will run. The en- gineer state that the system will be...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1917

:*AOETWO THE DOOB COUNTY 5EW8 OCTOBER 18,1017 flilillillifflliiifl f lliilliiiifRia ! vv 5 : -v..:£yon-Brfl^ \\ (l&ccording txri. notice received %lth- • J ia the week from Richard T.Xooneyy leteree in bankruptcy for the western district of the state\" of Michigan,' • northern division, the trustees of the ^estate of Lyon Brothers of Menominee, ^ Mich., have filed a petition to said conrt, \"setting forth that it is for the . - Ixait interesta of said estate that a por- -^4Ion of the assets of said estate, etc.\", 1)4 sold at public or private sale, and praying the court for authority to sell theiBame. I n compliance with said petition a hearing will be held at Houghton, Men., on October 20, at which time said creditors may be heard either for or against said peitltion. Oscar Lyon, the head of the concern died last spring, which no doubt ac- counts for the bankruptcy proceed- ings, there being no one to carry on the business. Carl Sorenson on Monday went to Milwaukee on a busin...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1917

: If|£Xo£r County News ^BtinA ** SBCOBA-CUSB matter July 1,'191* at tba Poatoffloa '«» 8tnr«»on B»r, Wiscoiuln.. under Act of March S. 1878. T' - : PTIKLISHED WBEKJVT BT THE DObR COUNTY NEWS ^ N (OTOOEPOBATED) BABI. M. T^PLANT, President and Uanagar 0. A. XTJHDBEBQ, Vlce-Prerident - W. WAQEHBE, Secretary and Treunrw THE POOR COPyTY• SEW3 OCTOBER 18,1917 4iadral» AH Communications to Tne Hews, Sturgeon Bay, Wit. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year _-•••\"•'•••'•:' \"- • - • ' •• s Sturgeon Bay, Wis, October 18, 191?X Havejou ordered your L,IBERTYBon yet? The new train schedule^ adopted by the local line certainly does not appgai'io the residents of this city AS being an improvement over the old schedule. Ar- Tivlng here along-' about 8 o'clock in the evening snakes one partake of a pretty late supper. Why'wouldn't it be a good idea for the schools of ',*n£countr districts* to close for several weeks dur- in g the harvesting season to permit the older schol- ars to assist in th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1917

DOOB COUNTY SEWS OCTOBER 18^ 1917 • % : ' • : . Slingef • r ufetbafr tl^! • $n$§fc& ialleveable v jpaymen^o^ia^ /and^other trtll contracted by the fair aasocia- ' tlbn will be sent to tiie seyeral|credi- ^torsand exhibltoranext^week. f ^ •y BcBlgnsais Depot Agent—John Blau lias resigned liisi. position as depot agentiJtbtAke effect as soon ap some Tone tan be secured to teke the place. John is* no sluggard.b utfinds this too reriuouseven for him. ft' '* Highway Committee In Session—A ijneetlng of the cdunty^highway com- mittee: was held at the courthouse WednfeBday at which time a- contract •was let for building a cement storage ak with a'eapacity of 30,000 gallons. Will SiicaS at Kewannce—Afctorney W. E. Wageher will bo the Speaker of the dajr at the lilberty Loan celebra- tion to be held at Kewaunee on Sun- day, having been Invited by, thecorn^ mitteo inlcbarge to doHyerytlm prin- cipal address/ X[i '.' -i\":'' -':[ '...\"'•'.'..to r\\\"Threo Cent Postager-On and after Novemb...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1917

m, CTBI)O0B COlJyTt KEW8ffl OCTOBEB 18,191? ^- PAGE IlVB Ourselves in Print - Matt Peffer of jfacksonport was a husmess v^itorjn the city\" Saturday. Sam Perry pit'Porestvllle was a x brief vlsitqr/to the city oh Tuesday. ^XAlex lAffldberg of Fish Creek -was in the-cHypn Tuesday on a little matter .'•' of busingss^ •'•?••\"}' . e. '• J. H.iJ'ischer of Maplewood trans- * acted business^in the city the forepart : of the week.\" . ' S x ' , :. Miss Kleanor, McGfieen, kindergart- e n teacher, spent theAj&eek-end visit- .ing at her bomein DePere/ v v , i Misses Ellen Peterson and Sullivan, \"teachers at Egg Harbor spent the •week-end visiting in the city. • •'•:- • -Miss Eleanor Writt is visiting at •Green Bay this week at the home of iiher sister, Mrs. John Delebroux. Capt. and Mrs. Grant Minor and son .: James left. Monday for Detroit, Mich., Twhere they will spend uie winter. [Attorney. Hugh E. Davis of Green :Bay was 'a professional visitor in the city a,couple of days the latter...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1917

PAGB8IX THE POOB comnrt NEWS OCTOBER IS, mi iilliiilpllAi iii^iiii3i^& FOKESTVILLE ? ' v: W. H. Bastar spent Thursday : Otto Hoffman was a Sturgeon Ba Stisltor Friday. ^ plat Atty. Gaede was here on bus IneBB Monday morning. ' Henry Petzer of Sturgeon Bay was' lere on business Thursday. The turkey shoot at Wjalter Meyers Sunday was well attended. Mrs. \"Wm. Rankin was at Algoma Wednesday between trains. S A baby boy was born to Mr. and *\\Mra. John Krueger on Tuesday. Erwin Lehmkuhl and Win. Hoffman -were motorists to Algoma Friday. Ernest Homeyer and wife made a motor trip to Sturgeon Bay Monday. Jos. Stoneman, Sr., left Tuesday for Bark River, Mich., to buy up stock. \"Walter, Pllnske returned last Thurs- day from the hospital at Sturgeon Bay. Jos. Linzmeyer, local depot agent, . Teturned Tuesday from a visit at Med-day Jojrd. Rev. Sterz ofxJacksonport was a Trisitor here several days the past •week. Art Pllnske and Ed Mueller bought v. corn binder this week from the Scli- jne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1917

THE BOOB COUNT? NEWS OCTOBER 18,19W 5PAGB SEVEN ' DEMONSTRATION WEEK WOECISIVE CONVINCING DEMONSTRATION of VALUE GIVING, SETTING a SmNDARD HONEST DUTY. THIS is%URBIT. M This Wtyk All Roads Lead To The People's Store We Have Prepared for this great Demonstration Sale over two months. We have made some wonderful purchases during that time which we have held for this great event. We are not offering you out of style or out of season goods, but seasonable, fresh merchan- dise that you will need with the coming of winter. SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS NJW / Sturgeon Bay, Wis. October MON. TUE. WED. THUR FRI. SAT. 8 DAYS • : • 19 20 22 23: Ul 25-i -26 27 DEMOHSTKATION SALE SUITS and OVERCOATS of course, we have Suits and Overcoats at other prices, but we want to driect your atten- tion to the garments we are showing at $16.50 as an ex- ample of our great values. Overcoats of heavy, warm materials, Kerseys, Meltons, brown mixtures, fully lined, belted or plain styles. Suits of serviceable Worsteds, Ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 October 1917

PAGE EIGHT* mmmm^mMs 4 of l ^ c a l arid General Ifatereist^^^^^^^^^v Adriatic is Released The crushed stone carrier Adriatic m s released from the beach at X.tly Bay Saturday morning, after having been ashore for a week, * MWhen the wrecking crew was driven away from tli. boat on Wednesday of last week there appeared little hope of saving the vessel, as she was ex- posed to the northeaster that prevail- ed. She weathered the storm of the following couple of days, however, and Friday work, was again resumed. It was necessary to pump her out and get things in readiness for the tug Hunsader to pull on the craft. In this the coastguard crew at the canal ably assisted, Owing to tlio stranded: ves- sel being a couple of hundred feet fur- ther in toward shore than the tug could go, the coastguards were obliged to carry the line in. When UUs^vas dote on Saturday morning the Hua.iader pulled her off with, little difficulty. . The Adriatic was brought to this city and lunV: alonr^udo t»h-3 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1917

iF?wm^ THE DOOR OOUNTY NEWS-^EWS WORTH WHILE TOIiTJMEIY STUBGEON BA1. WISCONSIN TB^KSDAY, OCTOBER &%, 1917\" MFIMyff $10 0 Disloyal Utterances Of Fred Junion Of Jacksonport Sunday Gets • Him Into Trouble. iV. A l^SON IN LOYALTY Seditious Languge and Disloyalty Will v Not Be Longer Tolerated, Says ISSbict Attorney Gaede. i .^.Fjaed^FjiBian of the town of Jackson- portwas very forcibly given to under- stand that expressions of disloyalty will not ie . tolerated in Door county. ' \"Tills was UTopresaed upon his mind on Monday morning when Justice Mever- •den imposed a fine of $100 and costs for'havinggreeted the solicitors for liberty Bonds with the announcement •\"To ^a—-1 with the Liberty Bonds, I'll ido as I please with my money.\" / The complainant was H. A. Wag- oner, chairman of the Liberty Loan committee of the county, who caused (the-arrest of the man after a visit to Jacksonport on Sunday afternoon. Ac- cording to the complainant, Mr. Wag- oner,-a meeting was called for Su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1917

iifiiijjjM mmmmMimmmmm WMMMMM W-: : : . A ffiit£c&<M if ays $81.20 \" '. A j.'-: ilt 1B•'••Â«Â» expenBtye^roiioBition to itrlke:* ppUc^ma^^rlroB—htf1 Is jiot looking. Thisy^as found out by a tenner living in one of tie neighbOr- ving towns to this ward who on Friday • jpaid a fine of $75 and costs, aggregat- ing a total of $81.20. '' , Owing to. the fact that the man was under the influence of liquor and his earnest request to have his name kept out of the papers and the promise that he would henceforth walk the straight and narrow path of righteousness and good citizenship, we have agreed to protect his family by refraining from mentioning who it is. Not so much for his sake is this done as for his family. Any one who strikes an officer who is hired to enforce the laSvs should be made to realize that his acts will not be sanctioned either by the press or the public and it is hard to pass this opportunity up. We trum, however, that bur readers will appreciate the reason ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1917

:TTO- i^.0B-.COPi|TO^ «star*d M Secpna-el*«a matter Jnly l,i 1914 at the PostoOce »t Storf oon B*r. Wisconsin, under Act of March 3. 1870. PTJBIiISHED WEEKLY BY l . • THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS V (IHCOBPOBATED) EAEL M. tAPLANT. President u d alanasar 0. A. KTUDBBEO, Vice-President W. WAQBHEB, Ssctetaiy and T m n m i • ig/i^MM AH Communications to Tho Haws, Sturgeon Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year 1 Sturgeon Bay, Wis* October 25, 1917 \"Vye are coming, Uncle Samuel, 300,006 dollars strong. Let this be the slogan of Boor county when the final returns are counted. This Liberty Loan proposition Is simply a ques- tion of either^oaning the government the amount of money it needs or having it get the money by taxa- tion.\" Everybody is aware that itcan draft men for the sepvice and take them. We also know that it cange the money in the^same manner. It is the mdst desirable to loan the money and draw interest. yThen buy a Bond. \" •vv-v V • ''C:' '• : . ••• •.•:.-.r: ..-,- : - Over-crowding ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1917

iiiiijiii^^ mmaBmBfBUVmmSmmS^aimmi jJteBnuriftge Sal&^THe ladies of the M: 3&^eidrch will hold a rummage sale on:iThursda ahajvJ^dayyv-November ftCand 9thiathelSfpiiTjuliding,^ Cut:Off Own Finger-i-While engaged in lathing a house/oh Wednesday af- ternoonWm. Steinke accidently hit his linger with the sharp edge of Ills hatch putting it off. . V (told ^ ^ e r — T h e past several f Jilghts have been unusually cold, the ground freezing hard and water turn- ing to Ice in pails and other recop- yjiacies left out doora. Snow Flurrtes—ThiB region was -vis- itedr on Thursday afternoon by snow liurriestrom out of the north, the tern- perature.^ :b^ near the freezing • jpoint! According to reports snow fell further, south of us several days be- 06od Citizenship aieetinjr—On Sun- day afternoon at 3 o'clock- a' Good Citizenship meeting will be held at the Methodist church, to which the public is invited. Attorney W. E. Wagener will make an address and a \"short program of singing will ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1917

PAGE FIVB mvi«^ym. Oharsehoes in Print H.irf. Goudy of Jacksonport was in the city on Saturday on business. , Miss Nellie Webb spent the week- end at Green Bay visiting with friends. Miss Florence McGeehau spent Sat- urday and.Sunday at her home in De Pere.: ' Andrew Logerquist of Baileys Har- bor was a visitor in the city on Sat- urday, ' \" ',-7 •' The home of Richard Walker was gladdened by the arrival of a baby girl on Sunday. Mrs. Gus Seideniann went to Lux- emburg Wednesday to spend a '£e «ays with relatives. '\" . Mrs. R. P. Cody returned honje Sat- urday evening after-a month's visit at Oshkosh and Green Bay. Miss Elsie VanBremmer left Wed- •nesday for Milwaukee, where she will \"be employed indefinitely. v : '.'.•• Manager Tallman of the People's -Store made a business trip -to Milwau- kee and \"Chicago this week. H. A. -Stiles went to F*ad du Lac the first of the week to attend a state -convention of RexaU druggists. T. A. Sanderson and 4 family this week'moved into the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1917

PAOB SE5 jwrnrnmcomm HB#»: •'A-'-^'}-/'.:-^1^ wmmmy'tMEm f ^v ^Hlcttey'a jl?h tugs are making daily 'ifffiripsi catching large lifts-of trout, . 7 Mrs. Jos. Swenson has been on the I v 7«lck list, but Is somewhat better at I 0thls writing...••'•.-'•'-.•,'•• . Dave Jacobson and Lester Eatough ?: • anade a business trip to Egg Harbor -.Monday. ,•'\".. ' •''•••••••/' •'• fr.-.'-. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prueter and Mrs. ^Dave Jacobson motored to the county ^Vseat Sunday. John OUinger was a business caller In town last Friday. Likewise Win- ifred Johnson. r.i. ' Ptev. Berneciie, accompanied by Lloyd Londo and Albert Pleck motor- ed to Sturgeon Bay Saturday. Mrs. Louis Anderson and children of Racine hftve been visiting here the past week with her mother, Mrs. Sch- '.:'•: ram. . . . Mrs. Jno. Galliger and family who have been visiting at Aug. Schram's for the past three weeks returned to their home in Green Bay Saturday. Misses Leona Bhtrdo and bora Htn- xichs, John and Eddie Zak and Harry /...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1917

THE BOOB COUNT! NEWS OCTOBFR 25,1917 PAGE SEVEN GETYOUR* SHARE IONWEEKPRI I N AL L DEPARTMENT S THROUGHOUT THE STORE All prices published in last weeks papers and circulars will continue, where quantity permits, ALL THIS WEEK THE GREAT s LAST DAY FILL YOUR WANTS Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Please Make Your Selections Carefully and Avoid , Approvals or Exchanges. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. TO A WEEK OF MATCHLESS VALUE GIVING DEMONSTRATION COME EARLY! and witness the greatest Coat event of the season-DONT MISS, IT. THE ENTIRE SURPLUS STOCK FROM AN OVERSTOCKED MANUFACTURER COLORS GALORE Wonten's-Stylish Stouts-Misses'-Young Misses'-Child's Newest and Winter Coats at Astonishingly Low Prices vM Women's Coats A t $9.75 A wealth of styles to choose from warm ser- viceable,fashionable coats, well tailored, per- fectfitting , : in.a- great variety of materials, Ker- seys, Zibelines, mixtures and many others with large collars, some tastily trimmed with con- trasting fur fabrics, plain and belted styles on s...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 October 1917

of Loctd and General Interest 'v j...:^ 3!^ : Pit appears t ! ^ ' ^ ^received ^ncerning the mishap that'day morning for a searching and calk- •ttetell:the TJ.S. cruiser Chicago was iebnsllerahly exaggerated. This craft, jwhicb is: the inspec^on boat for the .Chicagb district Was reported to have gone aground on a rdcky reef near rEphraim on ,Tuesday night of last week.'The1 facts develop tlr^t she keel- ! grounded in Eagle harbor in attempt- ing to turn around. Fearing that she might be obliged to remain fast all night and not caring to take any chances, the captain telephoned to have the tug Manitowoc Bent to her assistance Before the tug reached her the water rose several inches and the cruiser floated off, meeting the Manitowoc in Green bay on her way to this port No damage was done to the Chicago and she arrived hero Wed- \"s'neBday evening, leaving the next af- ternoon for her home port. Tho Chicago is a wooden boat and her motor power Is gasoline. She ie 'finely fitted out and...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1917

: s v v D° the Best Y^ THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS •fQixjjtn&-rr:' TONKPHE ROUTE 3tat Highway Commission Submits Maps and Proposed Route Of System In This County. M L RUITWEPHRAIB . . — — — - — — : • « & • County Is Entitled To Forty-two Miles —May Be Extended To Ellison Bay-Notice Pablished. There is on file in the office of the county clerk a preliminary map of the proposed trunk line system for this county, showing the route the line will take from the entrance into the county at the southern boundarV and its ter- minus at the northern end. Any one who is interested in the same can see it by calling at the office. There is also a tentative map of the whole state system on exhibition in the clerk's office. In another column of this paper is published the official notice of the pro- posed, route of the trunk line system to this county. Beginning at the coun- ty line in the southern part of the county, in section 33, it starts in at the Broucjausen farm and runs north to the F. M...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1917

TIER DOOR OOUUTT HEWS NOTEMBEft 8, 1MJT mmmtm TOPICS if SAWYER Bt« (Cross 0?ox Social %On Friday t evBiiing there will be a i|^l»*i social at the Henry Henquinet :ih$Sl for the^benefit of the Rdd Cross. gJByieiybody ,1s cordially Invited to at- '^B' and p.. good time is assured. The saffalr promises to be one of the most # enjoyable ewer given in -this vicinity ••/and the cause for which it is given tiiduld draw iB^.laree crowd. .&.'^ Married at Corpus Christ! Church |I • 5 y Miss Elsie fitegmann and James |/ i OTWflter8 were united in marriage . at |^v/:CoriUf Cliristl church on Wednesday |: ii\\morhing'at 9 tfttfoek, Rev. Pfeifer ofjl- F | jf/elating. The interesting ceremony ||& \" was attended by relatives and friends |Sv of the contracting parties and after §j|§yv the wedding a breakfast was served at ilgcsi the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. l^: I James Koch, to tbe relatives and brid- &$|£jpi'party.' . ' ' , ' ' • \" • \" ||j^« .The bride was prettily atti...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 November 1917

^ f p o d r Cpuhty New XnUnA a* Secondclam matter July, 1. 1914 at the Poatofflo* at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act of March 8, I87B. PTJBUSHBD WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (INCOBFOBATED) : BABL M.ZaPiAOT, President and Manager _ ' V'C.A. IitlHDBBBO, Vice-President ..'•\"* W. WAGEKEE, Secretary and Treasurer - Address All Oommnnlcations to The Hews, Sturgeon Bay. WS, Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Stmrgeon Bay, Wis, Norember 8, 1917 V • The Red Cross calls ybii. Have you joined Oie. i ranks? : Winter was not a very welcome' Visitor, haying ar- • rived little ahead of schedule/ Have you joined the Food Conservation Club? The membershipfeeyteonly a^pledgeJv Let every family in the county join and live up to the promise neces- sary to taake. • •. -'. While we are complaining about the continual drain upon our pocket-books! while comfortably seat- ed alongside a nice warm fire this winter,\"it would be well to let pur thoughts wander to the boys In the trenches. It will make it...

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