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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 December 1917

lftfl iliPIIiil IBBSKSR 1 iiiiiitilll|R: rMiss i W? /.' Gartner Man BJe '• • . ^ Cha8.Kreft of Gardner passed away vat the People's hospital on-the east sldeon Monday after a brief illness. He was taken there about,a week be-, lore be died Buffering with a compll- catlon of diseases and pneumonia. Al- though everything possible was done lor him, the disease was too far ad- Tranced to pyercome its effects. Mr. Kreft was about 30 years old at the time of his death and leaves a -wife and three children to mourn his mhtimely demise.. T ^ h e funeral will take place this ^Thursday) morning from the Luth- eran church in Nasewaupee. ':•:\"• Death Claims Wm. Heilmann The Grim Reaper triumphed over \"William Heilmann on Thursday night, •when he was called to his reward af- ter an illness extending over a period ol.a couple of years. For the past several weeks iits death has been expected and it/was there- fore no surprise when It was announc- ed, though It cast a gloom of sorrow •over the ma...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 December 1917

T HE n O O R C O U N T * ffEWSt DECEMBER 27 1917 JffiSjfj^ later** u Second-olus matter Jnly 1, 1914 at tha PoitoOee at Stuteoo Bar, Wiacotuin. under Act of Marsh 8, 1879. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (IHCOBPOEATED) BABL M. LaPLANT, President asd Hanacei O. A- LUNDBEEO, Vice-President W. WAQBHEB, Secretory and Treunrer aYddztw AH ComnronlcaUoaa to The New*. Sturgeon Bay, Wit, Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, W s , December 27,1917 ^ ^ The toys of the local high school have led the •way In their request for military training. That it •would/be a good thing for them as well as for the country there is, not the least doubt. We are not a war-like nation of people, but there is as much wis* • dom in being fit to fight the battles of the nation as there is to fight the battles of life individually. If'v every young man who has bqen called to the colorsC had had military training in school, millions /of dol- lars would have been saved to the country. Let.us: hope...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 December 1917

mmmMs ||j||gtf§|%^ ^i^^^B^^j^^'i^^^Mrrit^ INCOME ASSESSOR IS ' only about three months and '^Happy'' • • fc:Vj^: -- \"•-.•'• -c-\"^/-. ..... ..._.. A ^ t ^ a : ^ e ^ e ' . ^ ^ : ' ^ ^ : : a T C ' Will -fee At the Postofice From Jann 0|lto t CottecUoBa^Treas^ ceeded In. disposing of .'$20 /worth oi xej^rts the collections of .taxes as the seals. They were rewarded by be- sbod, having taken in ovefc $1,000 the ing given a half holiday on Friday, day before Christmas Sewling Circle—The Rebekah Sew- the past week has been very mild for in|i Circle wUl be entertained by Mcs- «tamcs Prank Knuta at the Odd •- Fel-than lows hall on Friday afternoon. Come •..«— .«« *.«.- vo* ....» ..»*,* p.*... U w prepared to do work for the Red Cross, month. The ice was spoiled for skat- —- - — ing and the young people were dis- tills time of the year. More like Bpring mid-winter and quite a relief fro m th e col d f th e first par t oif thce \"Telephone•..-•••'••—..-.• Crew Finish—The crew •f men ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 December 1917

THE BOOB COUNTY SETFSDECEMBEBiSti Ml* :PAGE PITI 111 Mrs Joseph Leclair of Algoma spent Christmas with the Patsy Writt fam- ily. Mr and Mrs. Sam Londo and fam- i l y spent Christmas hero with rela- tives. Mr and Mrs. Jas. Carmody and fam- ily spent ChriBtmas with relatives* at Rio Creek. Gabe Pierre of Brussels was in the city Monday attending to some busif n e s 8 aflairs. Irvey Manney t)f Egg Harbor spent a few days in the city the latter part of last week. A. E. Doolittlc and Mearl Thorp of Fish Creek were in the city Friday on a business trip. judge Henry Graass and family of Green Bay spent Christmas with rela- tives in this city, iv. /., l Miss Lucy Puehler returned home Thursday from Sinswawa, Wlk,- to ipend Christmas. Frank Anderson of Ephraim was in the city on Monday doing some be- lated Christmas shopping. \\ • . '• Miss Pauline Simon went to Mil •waukee on Wednesday, where she will consult an eye specialist. John Pinney, a state university student, returned home Friday e...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 December 1917

im.,, WMm THE POOR COPSTT HETT8 DECEMBER 27,1917 | | OF SUPERVKORS OF ^ ) 0 0 R BOUNTY Official Pabilcatkm A N N U A L SESSION SPECIAL SESSION '•'•'•' June 2nd, 1917 Proceedings of the special meeting of the County Board of Supervisors held on the 2nd day of June, 1917 nt the court house in the city of Sturgeon-Bay, Wis, 'Chairma n called the Board to order at 11:55 o. m., and the clerk called tho roll. Jill members being present except John Sloan, Math I'effer, Geo. DeKoysor. It was moved, seconded and carried that the board dispense with the regular order of business and tako up the business that the meeting waa called for. . Moved, seconded und carried to tnko a recess until 1:30 o'clock p. m. 2:80 o'clock p. m. cliairnian called the board to order and tho roll wan called. All \"\" members present except Math reffer. After a discussion by different members of the board as to the amount of funds to bor- row for construction, repair and oilinc of Highway, it was moved, seconded and...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 December 1917

- THE DOOB CQimTY NEWS DECEMBER 2*, 1917 PROCEEDINGS OF THE *' Coutity Bpard^ of Supervisors (Continued From Page Six) 8.60 85.75..- 4JU40 . / 1 6 . 4 8 Tjr T. C. Proctor, Insane Dr. j£\"j. Kreiuer, Insane .People™* Hospital', Care of •Toira'of'ForeatViHe, care of Poor . . . . . . . . . . . . . pr_ y. C. Huff, Insane Tuliusmifarnnardt, Service \" on S. B..Com. • • • • • • v *Tv°T*iy..a™:™* 690.75 Door Co. News, printing.. 7.75 Door Co. N^ws printing. . 7.75 st Bnv Advocate, printing 7.75 Door Co. Pub. Co., print- iDB . • y'.• • « • •' 11.OU Door Co. News, printing ,2.85 Merchants Ex. ^Bank Co. ,Bbard proceedings .... . 427.1o .-John Masse, Sol. Relief • ^ Com. *o.4o jHc Mocller, Sol. Relief .,_ . Com. 18.48 WiHard Gaede, Dist. Atty.• • •• Bill • •'••' 112.0* Bert Carmody, books . . . . 76.o0 Frank Wellever, Circuit . Court expenses ,.. J3.05 Jacob Dehos, Pees . . . . . - - SO.OO j) c r t Carmody, rebmding •.••_ • books • ••••.- . . . . . -l.d J Harry Green, Finance Com, Ed ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 December 1917

_ estionnaire , fc^ri. 4^^^ gf||rT^B^^^ • business tbat Required their attention I'-^tonVfi^'bh^^UBl $&$• ^ I c t is £-^eJ r^o,n^ ~^%^hien:\"&e ]B^^ ipa ( C h a j r ^ ^ ^ f c p e o r ^ ^ t t ^ sheriff |iao:-vidng^r.^iieJWB' the' • eire^ire^cfeacbir 5^«f- tlje bc^ \"^^ :' ^\"s!j! S.:i K It ' has :lee \"puggested^ by ' Governor ^^WUpp:tt^?.tne board be re4uced to ]r: .'a^ members instead of seven in order : to^«ut'do^ -t3^: i^en8e. TOile the ^members,Jiaveij/nbt ^charge^ jforvtbelr v. aervlcp? they^ve ejected their trav- eling expenses : ^ . i rcd'' whHe^^i^tw^|aoce' at tJie- meet- \"'angsr :': Unfoitao^^ ••' ?nember of • tbe *b^a|d ::i8 v^Uipg?to^ be' I dropped. But. U wili foerfor th mem- \"hers to determme whether they willre- duce the memberflhlp. Inasmuch as the ••• . %ork^ha»^ieea .dorie:. Up [ to^thjfe-Mthe • i^i^^^mifertflt jte.^re than likely that:'the::8maUet'•'nmn'foerwill be chos - When the board gets down to work ii is the intention to hold evening ses- sions ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1918

'The Door County News 1$ Tfce ^ Of Door Cbtin^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS--''NEWS WORTH WHI fOLIJHEIY STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN JANUARY 3, 1918 NUHBER TWENTY-SBTSir BIG RAISE IN RATES This City Honored By Harltig Big State Railroad Tax Commission File Go*«nunent .Vessel Named After Their Findings With the Utility Commission. Municipality By Offiolals /\"This city is to receive the honor of | having the government boat being cent in the 72 percent in the WILL BE NAMED STURGEON BAY fflEHEATRATE^ V Ai^o -V '* i x. \\i U iB s e W o m t h a t a c i t y o f t h J s a*2* Increase U t i £ I'er tent. In-the }a accorded this signal honor and the Water and 56 Per Cent. In /citizens should feel proud that those \"the Electric Light. -^ln authority have, selected this iname y S:,.l\\ ,^, , ,.: . :-. ,\\for the Teasel. ' . : v The rates of the heat, light and | I I will he the means of calling the -water show an increase of 100 per attention of this city, to the inhabj -heat-, • • — ,tants of tho 'Tnij...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1918

m@$mm&m®mi£ m$mtt0Mm Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ploor spent a couple of days at Maplewoqd last week after spending Christmas at his home here. Wm. Smith, who spent Christmas here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith, returned to Milwaukee last Thursday. Miss Carrie E. Larson, who spent ^•g$^a^^^^'msu(ie'at business .trip ^i ^r*striatB on Saturday.'• ' ,':^ ^0 Jjaii8tirene Backer is.'spending the ||liiolWay8tw^ r«lathres!tiero.- .' ^Il^udblpn Taliman made a business I f l f ^ ^ ' G r ^ e n ^ y pn Friday. • • • • §Sf ^inulini} Zaatrow arrived from Clin- fl^oaville last week tovisit relatives. M^Wabun Kruoger, who is a student. __^„ r • • . - . • p i t B^jsottvfefcome forthe holidays, ^ r t s t e i a s at her home here, returned i.^''(i-•-*-/'i '-• ' •'•'*••\"« , . ..•\"*•' to Chicago the first of the week. She §0 lfn,: Eogsae Barnard .has been on ^^^Kfay^ja^^^^.lJte^^4nEiir:-/-j^liue»'-«»CMSC week. o r . so. ^^.3toiBp KjB*iie ifausman went to Jack- - ^jB_ - j^day to visit wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1918

THE POOR COUNTY HEtTS JAJfPABY 3, 1918 FAGETHKE8B pais AN D THA T '•:•[•..'-•••—- \" -firom—-^ — :— HERE AND THERE • :• FOEESTVILLE f . John Hettiger was an Algoma visi- tor Monday. Albert Haegele was a gucsl at the home of Vfm. Gomoll, Sr., Monday. Misses Luella and Louise Zirbel vis- ited at Algoma several days this week.' Geo. Poh who has been employed at Ellison Bay returned home Tues- . day.::) :,• ' • • - . ' . - , ! - . - ' \"W|m. Bastar. and Ed M. Perry made a motor trip to Algoma Thursday ev- enlng. Mrs..dhas. Kindler returned Monday from Sevastopol where she had been : .vtoltl^:\".- ...,: r ^/ /v .- ,.' ._ . ' Herman Nauman went to Sturgeon Bay Saturday where he will visit with1 relatives. • -, Miss Julia Seiler of Algoma is spend- ing a. week visiting here with MISB Eva Stoneman. Mrs. Jule Henquinet passed through here on her way from Gardner to her home in Beaver. \"Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller left Thurs- day for Milwaukee where the former will undergo an operation. Elmer Jo...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1918

CTB POO* CWniTI HBWg DECEMBER 87,1M7 vBrtais Boneflai Wript-^Miss Edith paOTe^nce slipped on th© floor at her ^liMtte'on'Thursday last, and falling ::*rattured ihe bones In her right -wrist. v ...,^.jjctancil:Meeting Adjourned --Th e f|Kj«gutar • meeting of- the clly- council te|0?w^'adjourned front Tuesday evening If ll^r^ojje/week, owing to it being a le- ^ KeatjioUday.-'- /-.'. .\\ . ^ .' : . - . lf^jlSewing: Circle—/The Rebekah Sew- S l n g Circle will be entertained by Mes- eRiames Frank and Fred Knuth at the i f W i Fellows 'hall on Friday afternoon. |K ^oinie prepored to do work for the lied X:fev ..•.'.•\".,.','.. Breaks A Bib — While assisting Henry. Puehler in putting up ice on jyiday, Louis P. Nebei slipped and in lalling broke a rib. While,.the injury is quite inconvenient it Is not entirely .dsabllng. :, 100 Percent Patrlolle—At the recent 4rlve of the Red Cross every student in the high school took out a mem- fcerehlpin the organiratloniglviag the institution the dis...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1918

THE TM)OB COUNTY JJE^DICEMBEE^ Wl M :,PACB PIVB. Mr. and'Mrs. Henry Foeller spent a thisofnce a pleasant call. They state few days here this week visiting with thatthe harbors are all frozen in along the shore and Green Bay covered with ice. Oscar came near losing a number of pound nets by tlie sudden freeze-up, being obliged to cut the twine out\"of the ice in order to save it. relatives. • Oliver Simon and wife of Green Bay are visiting with relatives here for a few days. Joseph Gabert on Monday took his departure for the west, where he will remain indefinitely. Thos. Garland returned to Berlin, Wis., on Saturday afternoon after spending a week here with relatives, lirs. John 1.. Harvey returned, to ker home in Milwaukee on Wednesday, after,visiting with her mother, Mrs. M. F. LaPlant. Frank Eh'gBlbert of Brussels was in town Monday on a business trip, hav- ing motored, in. He paid this office a pleasant call. Miss Mary Cornish returned to\",Jefr ferson, Wis. i Tuesday after spend...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1918

!ifii£llii?«££^ THE DOOB COIJNTT NEWS JANUARY 8, 1918 liiiiiiii^''.'.':' ^SyPERYISORS^F Official Pabikation ANNUAL SESSION :v^:' .^ •.-'.' ' • . (Continued).: . • '\"::. Section G70 of the Wisconsin Statntee pro- videt u follow* in subdivision No. 0 of said ^•'••etlimt---' • ,:-Specia l Powers of the County Board:: • v.6 T o alter or vacate any city, town or -.:: 'will*** plat,, or any part thereof, OR ANY •WREST OR ALU3Y THEREIN, aorveyed and recorded, in any such county, upon pe- .': : • tltlon »yth e proprietor or proprietor* of any rtitritoyn or village, or any part thereof, or lo t therein, end npon such notice by such peti- tioner or petitioner* a* i* required, In vscst- io« town, city o r village plat* in the circuit «ourt provided, that no city plat ' or pert ' . thereof, or any »treet or alley therein, shall -. ••.-*•• altered or vacated without the consent of she common council therein, : : rThl* «ectlon confers upon County Boards 1 the power towaeate plats, part*...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1918

THB DOOR COUlfTT N1W9 JANUARY 8, \\m Ht„XKx x«ifo ^UR ENTIRE STOCK OF HNE Coats, Suits, Serge Dresses, Silk Dresses, Furs, Children's Coats and Children's Wool Dresses, goes into this sale. The Reductions will more than satisfy ym * f Gbttie • mM&§^': i: : • •'• - '.and .-see,,•'••••. • y^^M&^^&f^ 'IfeSil^Wa^SwiB' ««MllllM»ltltK3ll(»KK»)(XHKKlCX)CtX«XX«»)t«W»-HHMi-» PROCEEDINGS OF THE County Board of Supervisors (Continued From Page Six) To the Honorable Board of Supervisors •of Door County: 3entlemen Pursuant to law I hereby- submit the sixteenth report of property valuations of Door County. The report shows the assessed and true value of all property n6t exempt from taxation, for the year 1916. It is hardly necessary to go into de- tail explaining how this report was ar- rved at as same was fully explained in former reports, so I will Just briefly state that the basis of this report as in former years is as follows: The assessed values .are those found n t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE DOOB COUT![TY REW9 JAJTOAM £ IMS Arrivals an* Departures 1917 _1 Deputy Collector Fritz la his 'report •of the number of vessels arriving and •departing and the receipts and ship- ments from this port for the season of 1917, gives the following figures: Arrivals:—Steamers, 689, with ton-' snage of 370 103 schooners, 111, with 'tonnage of .634,477. The latter In- cludes sailing vessels and tow barged .Departures—Steamers, 649, tonnage 367,103 schooners, 117, tonnage 64,- ^?2.- : :V:. • .:.v ' Tonnage' received—merchandise, 3,- 227 totis soft coal, 6,562 lumber, 837,- «00 feet lath, 309,000 shingles,'403,- odo. Tonnage skipped—merchandise 2,- ,043 tons stone, 104,744 tons lumber, \"462,00 feet lath, 64,000,•.shingles,.2B1,- CooHtgii&rdW Leave for Coast Members, of \"the coastguard stations located. at Plum Island and Baileys Harbor were in the \"city Monday and Tuesday while on their way to Wake- field, Rhode Island. : x Tboao of the'BalleyB Harbor-crew \"wlio wer...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1918

pw Couriiy Net^ •: ,Vy|:'8 •$£f!r- THE DOOR COUNTY N E W S — ' ^ E W S WORTH WHILE' fOIUMET? STURGEON BAT. WISCONSES THUBSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1018 NUMBER TWENTY-EIGBflt llP.CaMFACT0RYr^r o R c^m R^wiTH LOCA L BOAR D Three More Boys Arc Inducted Into Militaryofservice to Take riaces Questionnaires Are Being Classified Y At Rate Of 75 Per Day-Are Fruit Men Organize Door County Fruit Canning Co. and Buy Property For $30,000. Behind In the Work. IS CAPITALIZED AT $50,000^ Unheralded, unannounced, without the blare of trumpetsor plaudits ofij \" S l f t S S S t S S a l W SOM E AR E INCLASSA l « J /ic n: * _ A ci r J nr J d a y aftern°°Q to fight for their coun- Board Of Director* Are Elected Wed- try. These were: . I Information Concerning the Reason For n esdayAfternoon--WiIINotCan Harvey w. MacMilian, city. A Classification.-Fighting Men To Pea* Next Season.' j Bernard Hinz, Jacksonport ^_4/ — T Hubert F. Knudson, Liberty Grove. One of the most important trans- The first named a soun ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1918

'',' '! 'J'''\"''\"i''•'Mnr'v-i'-••• -iririV-M,'. \"VMA',-/:-'-vv'''-i\" •|',ni.,lr iii-,\"'lM-\"-|/- - • • • heV brother/ was' UD from Ghfcaeo J'RrtX FORT EITSSELL. WYO. •••••••lllia«IIMBKllKKK«KltliKMli»« li!MIPIs^'«^^^[ GiS i^SiiW* v': f (Jarl Hansen Commits Suicide ^ThiMdore-Hansen, rural mail car rteiLbn Route One, on Friday received : a telegram announcing the death of \".'.i'./hls brother Carl at Manitowoc, and the 'following morning left for the Clip ..\"jporiclty.. .••• •..••/ -.• ..... •''• (•.'•'-. The death, of Mr. Hansen was •caused by a revolver shot inflicted iby nlmselt at his home in Manitowoc and[when found #te weapon was lay- 'jtog^ beside\"»the.'bolly.:. .' • v •• . / The tragic death caused a Bensa- • tion In Manitowoc and political circles in the state, Mr. Hansen being the assemblyman from the district in ^hlcfa he resided and one of the.prom- Inent Democrata* in the aasembly, be |ng recognized/as the floor leader of tils party.' He was promlnnt as a lea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1918

THE POOR COPKTt 1TEW8 JTAKCARY 10,1818 PAGE THMOr Thi Dior County News BBtared M Syeond-elsM matter July 1, 1914 tt the Portotto* a* Storfeon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act of Htroh 8..1B79. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (XHCOBPOBATBD) EABXi M. XoFLAHT, President u d Uanagtr O. A. lUHDBEBa, Vice-President W. WAOENEB, Secretary and Treasurer j j H ~ ~ * l l flnmmrinlcatloas to Tie Hews, Sturgeon Bay,• Wi*. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis-, January 10, 1918 Some of the patrons of the municipal heating plant were plenty warm enough during the past Yreel?.x '-'•• The grouch and the kill-joy are the two worst specimens of society. Shun them as you would a contagious disease. should aim to get closer to the masses by expressing their thought in more simple and understanding language. • The State Bo'ard of Health wants every child that is horn in this state furnished with a registration card. It is the duty of every doctor or attendant at the birth of ac hild to r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1918

T JH ?algiww Ivriibns^of vtBe /public^ and parochial 1 jSihoolB' Were resumed on Monday af- ^ ter a vacaUbn extending over a period •i': ' pt two weeks. ' ^•GoTernnient Inspector Here—-W .D. \"• iudiai U- S. inspector of potatoes and C^seed/made a visit to this city Wednes- i day ifbr the\" purpose of looking oyer v affairs Jn this vicinity. : -*: Attend Supreme Court—Attorney W. ^ B. Wagener on Monday went to Madl- eon to attend the session of the su- preme court, where he will argue the F. I.'Pleck case before that tribunal. ~-TlttIn Was late-M)n ilonday even- ing the train from the- south arrived x an hour or more, behind schedule. The. delay was occasioned'by a broken ec- centric on the engine, which mishap occurred between Algoma and Forest* •HI©. •'•:-. Autoes Oat of Commission — The Btorm of Sunday and Monday has put '• ' , the autoa out of commission as a means of conveyance, the roads being drifted to such an extent that it has lwen nardly possible for , a team ot torses t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1918

THE iOO jCOTJHTY -WEfti® JA1SUAET 10^1918 PAGE FTVB Ourselves inPrint tRui the Local Board1KUNG CLUB TOURNAMENT Continued Prom Page: One Hariey Anderson left ror Chicago on Saturday, where lie will be em- ployed- jligs Lucy Puehler left for Sinsin- awa, Wis., Saturday, where she is at- tending school Mr. and Mrs. Jule Englebert of For- estville were in the city Monday on a business and pleasure trip, Mr. and Mrs.. A- Teweles returned home the latter part of the week from a short visit at Milwaukee. Charley Poulos went to Chicago on Friday to spend a week visiting friends, and otherwise enjoying himself. Mrs. Bassett, who spent a couple of ^eks at the home of Rev. Syrnons, returned to Appleton on Saturday. Carl Tiedke of Jacksonport was brought here laBt week for\\ medical attention at the Egeland biospital* ^ Mr. and Mrs. F. I- Eniott of Algoma spent' Sunday with relatives in this city, returning home- Monday morn- ing. -.•'. Miss Nellie Devine returned to Oak Park, Jll., on'\" Sat...

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