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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 November 1917

TIDE DOOB kf Local arid General Interest \"Men Wear Badges at Shipyard '\"During the1 nast week all toe men ' iemployedSt\" the shipyard of Bleboldt .& Wolter in' this city were tagged by [.the government officials. This Is one of the precautionary leasures takenduring war time. Each anan is o1,liged to satisfy the inspect- o r s that lie Is a loyal American citi- zen, after wftich he receives a tag bearing the words\" War Service- Shipbuilding. ' Each tag is'numbered and when a anan quits the employ of the company ha is obliged to .turn the tag in at the office. „ Bert Thorp Plays Bole of Wrecker Bert Thorp, superintendent of the •construction crew for the government, tad a wrecking job the past week, which he sucessfully performed. The .11, S. tender Manteo, whicTi was built •At Wlnthbrp, IfI., for use in the ser- vice on the coast, was completed and It was necessary to'have a tug pull on her to start her down the ways. The services of a fishing tug were se- cured, but the tug...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1917

$ Is N&w To '^ifMMfi.^ ^jt&jsjif. THE DOOR COUNTY NBWS~'«NBWS WOETH WHIL5 VOLUME I V Ca BOARTFDflSHES Closing Session On Saturday Was Lfaely Alfair-.Gibraltar BUI ^ Stirs Up A Rumpus. fill MEEflJH SPRING Valuation Of Several Towns Fixed By the Committee On EquaBzation-- Other Business Transacted. ••• • ..'-'.' i — ~ ~ - v The county, board oiE \"supervisors ad- journed on Saturn*ay^fternoon after one of the most Interestliif sessions o the meeting. The closing hour of the session was enlivened by the attempt to defeat an effort to expunge from the record the action of the.board relative to a claim made by the, town of Gibraltar for oiled—ten 3ng. It appears that the matter had l,een brought up and the bill was dis- allowed. Later It was brought in in another form and allowed. The first action was moved to be stricken from the minutes. The chair called for a vote and announced that the ayes had it, there having, been very few re- sponses to the call for the noes. A protest w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1917

THE DOOB COUHTT NB1T9 NOVEMBER 89,»« m$$mmmm$!i c s iSiWÂ¥lR g|fi v & , Wadded on Wednesday 'OH' Wi^dnesday- forenoon Miss Elsie ionrad and Arthur Herboldt were united in marriage, the wedding tak- ing place In the German Lutheran «hurch, Uev. Fred Schumann offlci- gitlngr ' The ceremony was attended by im- mediate relatives and friends of the •contracting parties and a reception wad held at the home of the bride's •parents, Mr. and Mrs. Franz Konrad, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast \"f- was sorved and congratulations ex- tended. Oh Wednesday afternoon Miss Lydla Desbmbre and Cash Heimbecker were joined in ther bonds of wedlock, the ceremony being performed in tlie Ger- man Lutheran church by Rev. F. Schu- mann. A reception followed at the home of the bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cart Desombre of Nasewau- pee.' Many friends and relatives gath- ered to extend congratulations. The couple will make their home in this town, where .the groom owns a farm. Tlie bride...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1917

IXcl Jteor County News j^l^r** M Second:elai« tn»tt«r July 1, 1814 at tha PottoSe* V »» Btnrgeon B»y. WiseWin, nnder Act of M»rch 8, 1878. v W '— ^•'V'.iPUBLISHBB- WEEKLY BY DQOR COLfNtY NEWS '.\"•• ••.\"* (INCORPORATED) ••\"•' BABL M. laFLANT, President and ICanagtr O. A. XTJHBBEBO, Vice-President - W. WAGHNBB, Secretary and Treasurer •_ THE POOB COPMT HEWS KOTEMBEH 29, 1M7 i U t u i AH . Communications to The News, Sturgeon Bay, WU. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year \"Sturgeon Bay, Wlsi, NOT. 29, 1917'•''•„. Give,\" give',, give. Every tiitie you give it is an- other.nail la/the Kaiser's coffin. - The Red Cross and Knights of Coiumnus are call- ing. Have you answered the call? Bear la xaind that even though you are not solicited your money is just as welcome. There is no intention of slighting any- body. • . . . . .. The crushing oi' theHindenburg line by the Brit- ish'and French soldiers must have, had a most de- pressing\" effect upon the residents of Berlin and the: Germ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1917

|*llt»fw ^ t l E 6 d 0 t COPUTT1TEW8 KOYEVBEB 29, 1917 \":y\\ Woman's Club Meeting1—A regular ioeeting of the Woman's Club will be ^Jield on Friday afternoon at 2:30- ! Home is Finished—-The new-.«»!- Jdence\"' of Henry Taupe In Sturgeon .''.'Bay Town has been completed and Is jiow In .the hands of the decorators. » Operated on for Appendicitis—Rob- • «r t Wahl was operated on ror appen- dicitis at the Egeland hospital Mon- day and the indications are that he .-••will be around in a couple of weeks. , 'Bring Home Deer—Avery Blrmlng- la m and John Rasmussen returned Jbome the first of the week, bringing \"••with them' a couple of deer, which ithey had bagged In the wilds of Mari- onette county. ' :••'. Annual Supper—The Ladles Aid of the Congregational church will give their annual supper at the parlors*of ^the church on Thursday evening, De- cember 6th. Everybody is most cor- dially Invited to attend. s- May Police tbe Highway* — The /•question of policing the highways o£ \\th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1917

TOE PQOB COOTTt^W^OVBMBBB^^^' PAGBFTV1 Ourselves in Print Henry Klintenbel of Juddville wasj Joseph Langenkamp, the piano tua- jntBe city Tuesday on a business trip, er,-arrived in the city Monday morn- Frank Letty and brother of Sister.inS to. spend the week here looking Bay were in the city on business Mon- after the businessin which he is en- day. _•:•• - Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Herter and little daughter of Egg Harbor were in the city Saturday. Miss Celia Haen left Wednesday \"for Wild Rose, Wis., to spend a few days With friends. t Herbert C. Nelson left the first of the week for Iowa, where he will make his future home. Sidney Reynolds of Jacksonport was In the city Monday attending to some business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Neuville of Gardner were in the city Wednesday ion a business trip.. S ,\".j\\yf\\' • } Mrs. H. 0. Scofield on Monday e'n- ' tertained a number of lady friends at gaged, having a large number of pa- trons in this city: Mrs. Chas. .Klansky and \"daughter were ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1917

'^v^i^iiiboitwi^^ HER E AN0TMERE | i EGG HARBOB j / : ' - ~ Kew Pastor ' Bev Gi R Berneche who has re- sided at Baileys Harbor for the past Jew years will establish his perma- nent residence in Egg Harbor with the sanction of the Rt Rev. Bishop Rhode •f Green Bay. Announcement of the transfer was read at Mass laBt Sunday. This arrangement has been made that the pastor will be better able to care for the needs of the rapidly growing »arish in this section. After the sevices Sunday, Chas. La- Rouche, Thos. F. Carmody, Theo. Bar- $boo, Win. Carmody, Peter Parent, idep. Beyer and John Monica were ap- pointed on a committee to make the accessary arrangements. As there is »6 available house to be bought or Tented, even in the village, it was de- cided to start building, on the church grounds early in the Spring. For this winter the pastor will reside at Harbor Inn. , ' • ' • ' , . The people of Egg Harbor have worked unceasingly in building up tjielr parish and have given gonorouB ly bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1917

THE POOR COUNTY SEWS NOVEMBER 23, 1917 FREE-ASK FOR IT A SERVICE FLAG BUTTON \" IN THREE COLORS Put it on your dress or coat lapel in honor of your son, brother or sweetheart .who has- gone to fight the great battle for liberty. (Mailed free to any out of town address up- on receipt of postage only) SEE THE MODEL Electric Driven—cleared for action TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER The strong arm of the navy that is success- fully ridding the seas of the U-Boats THE STORE of a 100,000 GIFTS THE STO/?E THAT SAVES YOU MONEY VISIT TOYLAND BASEMENT Closed All Day Thursday THANKSGIVING DAY STURGEON BAY, WIS. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THE MOST INTERESTING HOLIDAY STORE IN TH E CITY The CHRISTMASSTORE for YOUNG&OLD Another Great Purchase of Wool Blankets on SALE FRIDA SHOP EARLY—begin at once that your gifts to the boys in camp or other out of town friends shall be received on time. That the gift itself shall reflect careful choosing and sincere friendship. That your shopping may give you pleasure r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 November 1917

THE DOOR COUKTY SEWS NOVEKBEB 8», 1M7 of Local and General Interest :: iHaTe toa J^d the War Tax? ! 5 0wrier8 of small pleasure boats are admonished that they should pay the war tax—and at once. Tomorrow, 'November 30, Is the time that the tax should have been paid to the revenue collector. : If you have not done so \" take immediate steps to perform the lutyro there may be additional ex- penses Incurred. Of course it is not the intention to'be arbitrary or un- reasonable in the matter, but the col- lector of revenues for this district proposes to secure every cent that the government is entitled to, and if he cannot do so peacefully he will place the collections in the hands of offi- cials of the county who will charge for the service. All the boats with fixed engines are liable to the tax, and the amount is $5 per annum for the Bmall class. Boats of' less than five tonB without fixed engineer are exempt. This means that rowboats will not have to- pay. Application should be made t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1917

Send The Door ^^^f^^J^^M^F^M Christmas Present. vTOlUMETf THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS—«* NEWS WO&TH.WEJkl STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN \"THURSDAY, J)ECEMBEB~6Tl»l7 NUMBER TWENTr-THMS I High School Students Petition the Board Of Education To Adopt System In Local School. 7THE PETITIONiS GRANTED PRELIMINARY WORK FINISHED Drainage Committee Make Appraisal of Benefits and Damages In Pro- posed Drainage District . Application Made To Ajljutant General work required to startthe \"drainage Menu At Battle Creek Equals That 01 Two Changes On Board Of Directors- For Instructor—Popils Action Is system. D ^ ti„*_i_ nr * ,%. . - .?. . Commended By .Board. system . This consisted of making an ap- praisal of the benefits and damages to The students of the sturgeon Bay * j e s s e d against .each parcel of eh school have gone-on record as I a a d t n a t t h e proposed drainage sys Marinette, Algpma, Green this city., Annual meetings , 7 VJ^tJvtr^lZZ tem affects. They' were assistedm . , T ^ , ™ b f t ...

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

lllllllllM : ' - w^^mMmwomm^ Pli^fER ~v'--'.'' Be'rt'\"'.P16or went to Maplewood to impend Thanksgiving with relatives. ' :C/1* Wnlf and Dr. E. C. Humfee and two sisters autoed to Sheboygan Mon- f: ito&..''\\-- •••. : \".'' • Jack McDermott went to Green Bay Monday,, where he will remain indefl- •:--nlteiy,p:.: ffeorge Rolf and family spent :. Thanksgiving with the family of Ar- nold Relslnger. : Miss Anna Leiberg of Algonia Bpent the latter part of the week here visit- ing with relatives. Phillip Telchtler went to Chicago the latter part of the week to visit for a week or so. Wabun Krueger on Monday went to Madison, where ho is taking a course at the state university. • Miss Nora Johnson returned to Al- goma on Tuesday after spending Thanksgiving at her home. Mrs^ N. C. Jacobs went to Casco to , spend Thanksglvnng and the follow- ing couplo of days with relatives. George E. Johnson went to Racine the latter part of last week to spend a few days visiting with relatives. Adolph L...

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

The THE POOB COPKTf REW8 i)ECEMBiEB 6, 1M7 County News JtfetandMSecond-elBu manor July l, 1014 at tha PoatoBoa ' at Bt(brg«on Bay, \"Wisconsin, under Act of Uarch 8, 1870. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT M R COUNT (XHCOBPOBATED) itHE DOOjRf COUNTY NEWS BABL M. LaPLANT, President u d Manager O. A. tTIHlJBEaa, Vice-President »W. WAOBHEB, Secretary and Treasurer' UUdreii All Communications to The News, Sturgeon Bay, WS*. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis., December 6, 1917 •: ':•'•'.• H is your patriotic duty to report every individual -whom you know to be guilty of seditious talk. The ^government is prepared and anxious to take charge •ot this class. Send their names to the district at- torney together with satisfactory evidence to tyour. charge, , PAGE TJIREat* necessary to ask one it such an institution is worthy of financial support. Do you realize that there are only fifteen days left in which to do your Christmas shopping? ,Our local merchants are well prepared to meet yo...

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

![fejlifttii^ g-?.5l Wfmme&WitS: '^•$^''^a^!»eefc4-The Lady Macea- ^fibeeJ^wiH hold their annual,election ^5ot|officers and Installation on Satur- : ^ f l ^ Beceniber 8th, at 2:30* p. m., at ^tie Odd/-Fellow- hall. All membon fare requested to be present i/i' ^nEgeland Under Knife—Dr. O. R! i^Egeiand, who recently returned horn i-/from the medical reserve corps train V ?lnii camp, on Tuesday, underwent an •peratlon for appendicitis at his own ':fhospital,, the work being performed ljr lr Kelly of Green Bay. TireDemonstration — On Tuesday the Moeller Garago staged a Tire Con- \" Bervation Day at their place of bust*- Xness, on which occasion a demonstra- tion was given by an expert,on how to save tires. It was attended by a number of autoists. Lodge Officers—Secretaries of the different lodges holding elections dur- ing the month will cohrer a favor by sending in the names of the newly elected officers tor publication. It is a matter of interest to the members as well as to the ...

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

THE ©00* C0BKIT NEW- DECEMBEB 6| 101? PAGE FJV» / •''•• : , ' \" ' v ' : - 3 fK W 3'\" \" ft to o It s w o £ • * * . . » . c -: € •J?: •:••••/• Mr. and Mrs.. O. P. Maimer of Fish Creek were visitors ,in\" the city Tues' day.-.-- . \"' • .. \"'..• • •. : ' ... Joseph Charles ana Joseph DeKey- ser of Union w e r e j n the city op bus- iness, on- Monday.-. •John Graef iof Milwaukee\"vis spend- ing a couple of weeks or so here on business and pleasure combined. ' Mrs: August Hanson^ was summoned to Manitowoc on Monday by tlie death of'herv sister, Mrs: George Allen/^ : Henry Gerlache of Sevastopol ar- rived on the train Monday gmorninE ironi outside points and^left for hiswhere home. •-\"•. -: :-i/^''\"'^'^-',.'\"'•.'\"•)'••:'• Charles H. Burlo returned to Neen- ^ ^ ^ S ° S S | S C 0 R E S O F BOWUN C CLUB S this (j|ty. / . • Jacksonport, brought a consignment of hogs here for shipment Saturday morning. Mr. Reynolds is still in hopes that s o m e d a y the legislature wilt look fav...

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

^^f!^^^^^^^^^5^M»^-i^^irj5^!fy^?^ «MgKlttgflftft«(fthtf^«t w t *9 HagKaaad l^li^UIK^ftil^ from HERE AND THERE ''BAILEYS HAKBOB Old Resident Dies Harrison Root, one or the oldest res- • adents of the town of Baileys Harbor and a resident of Door county for 65 years, passed away on Saturday, De- cember 1st, at 0:00 a. m„ death be- ing due to gastric ulcer. J^eceased was born in New York June 11th, 1830, being 86 years, 6 months and 20 days of age at the time of his death. Seventy years ago he •was united in marriage to Mary Ellza- •neth Cornell in New York and five :years later moved to Rock Island, this county. Later they moved to Wash- ington Island, coming to Baileys Har- Tjor in 1876 where they have since re- sided with the exception of one year -which he spent with his son Thomas •on the farm. His wife and four children are left to mourn his death, three sons, Joseph x Fish Creek, Charles o f Cadillac, JMlch., Thomas, of this town and one •daughter, Mrs. Millie Hunt of Detroi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 December 1917

^•? TOBPOOB coinraT yyre DECEMBE R % vm This and That froi •: Here and There : i which is punishable by prison sen- teilce, It looks as tho the men would have to \"come across.\" or go to jail if the owner of the car pushes the case. f XKXXXXMXXXXMXXXXXXXXKX*»KXM* XX)»XX)tXM«» P E O P L E * S S T O R E W f c * * * * * * * * * . FORESTVILLE \"^ ji Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boettcher visited at Algoma Thursday. ?:' \\Wm. Hofftonn drove to Algoma Sat- EOHXBERG •ffeddlng Bells BIng. Merrily One b£ the prettiest weddingsMhat have taken place in this town for gbme^Ume past occurred on Thanks-I u i d a y ^j£ge™ eivinK when Miss Edith Kay became* V. _ -' • - , £ e bride of Otto Pagel: The marri-Lf I r S - ^ M e y e r w a s age wassolemnized at the Lutheran church, Rev. Henninrthal bffictatlng The bride was beautifully attire in white crepe de chine, trimmed with georgette crepe, wore a veil in cap 'effect and carried a bouquet of white ( roses and-ferns. The Misses Theresa and Alma Kay and M...

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

SHE^OOSC&M On/Saturday the. goyerotnent tug ak the tender Manteo to Kewaunee ft6ia the local shipyard. • The steamer J. S. Crou.se went north on Thursday and south again on Fri- day, loading at Egg Harbor. The steamer Louis Pahlow and 1arg Delta passed thru on their way south on the last trip of the. season on Sunday. The fishing tug Search of Fish :reek Capt. I'at Chambers, was In port Monday, leaving again on Tues- day morning. The steamer Susie Chipman waif among the north-bound passages on Thursday of last week, on her way to si west shore port for carun. Tho tug N. Boutin wlths a scow in tow passed thru on her way to Green Bay on Saturday, where she has sub- sequently been placed in winter quar- ters. The steamer Bon Ami of the Hart ITrans. Co., was placed In ordinary \" the first of the week, after having been in commission since the latter part of April. Tho government steamer Hyacinth on Tuesday brought the Peshtlgo roof lightship In from her station, landing she vessel ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

&itly Request the Readers ^ Paper To P^ »^.«6 Â¥ ^ji^r^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" ^OLVVEIJ STOBGEON BA1. WISCONSIN THURSDAY, A. BIG DEATH TOLL firim Reaper Claims Five Persons iOf Varied Ages In Five Days iDoring the Past Week FRANKIVESDIES SUDDENLY Jacob A. Smith, Pioneer Resident of . Ephraim Mrs. PeterLeonhardt and 3. Harry Fairchild. irun* A. »ves t Frank A. ives died suuaenly ana unr £xpecteaiy on «uuua aaexnoon. ue&ui came wane ue- waa snwug In « cnair tor a real saortiy Dewrts a:OU ijciocn.. «e nau. been arouna town iiunns the forenoon ana apparently was ieeiuig tne aaiue as usual. BUort- ly alter me uiuuer noiir ne went out doors and threw a'lew SUCKS ot wood j n tne sueu ana brought m a scuttle jji coal, tor wnich ms wile reprimand- ed him, tearing that the exertion might Aflect his heart, he having been uouoted tor a year or more quite seri- ously and during the past several years off and on. Mrs. Ives -went out in uie yard shortly alter her ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

'AOfi TWO THE DOOB C 6 P ^ W HtWS PJECEMBEB 13, 1917 I ||i|lii| i: W$0%-iX IMI^^^XI^!^. i Back From France Harvey Jensen Is homo on a nine • aa furlough, having arrived the lat- tCT part of the week. Harvey was one of the first Ameri- can blue-jackets to Arrive in France, Tielng a member of the crew of one of JJncle Sam's battleships. Ho says .that •on the trip over the only real excite- ment happened when .It was thought that a submarine had been sighted. The decks were cleared for action, .-\"but it proved to be a false alarm. . Mr. Jensen states that the Ameri- cans are treated most royally by thequinsy citizens of Prance, there being nothing too good for a soldier In the uniform of the 'United States army or navy, •who have been named the \"Liberty T3oys.\" Harvey will join his boat again this week and does not expect another fur- lough, for some time. age through lt. W^atSfreigiftv there was -had to be hauled over to the east side. '•'.\"',.-.'. -.' '.'.. • .-. The H. H. Kelly,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

'(Balls^Oandles, Candies, Mxed Nuts, Drums, Dolls, Doll Buggies, Toy Brooms^Teddy Beaxs, Ba*y C h a v s ^ |Bell Toys, Trunks, Black Boards, Ford Wheel Barrows, Doll Heads, C h r i s t y T y e e ^ f^^^^-^'^^^PA^Mu v-. Games of- all kinds—Tinkers Toys, Magic'-Snake Charmers/':--' ' \\,:.-- ' K- .^v'-vv0-v^^ FORDAD OR BROTHER— ' . \"•/.'•'• P . - : ^ : / ' ' - S ^ Shoes, Stockings, Fancy Shirts, Ties, Mackinaws, Sweaters, Hats, Caps, Suspended H Many useful articles.too numerous to mention, that they would be pleased wit£.v'6:J^g:^ '^P.^P^.p FOR MOTHER or SISTER— \" '\"•:'\"'/.. ': :-::P,f \"i .:.. - • .• . '. ^ : 5 - f f i 3 p l ^ w Dress Goods, Shoes, Stockings, Fancy Silk Caps* Pocket Books and P ^ p-ials all kinds, Handkerchiefs—Gifts'tnW^ ^PPP--$\\ We, call your attention to the groceries—FreshLFTUHS Vege^^ z?™** '•.** ' unexceUed. The'prices are right a i i d , ^ REVIEW OF \"GERMAN WAR .'•vf .'-,TICES\" '\" / Some of the blackest pages ,in atf history, comprising a documentary...

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