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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1918

fSfii#f? \"^ i6mj$#frr*fE HERE AND THERE ^ 0 6 HARBOR [ Meat son was born to Mr. and Geo- Carmody on Dec. 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leverich spentThe Jtolldays with relatives at outside points. • •• Miss Enid Eames left recently lor Chicago to remain' for\" the remainder, ©f the winter.:• . \"\"^The Parent-Carmody camp Is run- ^ g ' f u l l blast- Their sawmill was •feo started Kp Monday. . : Several inches of snow fell Sunday, continuing nearly all day Monday, making tho first good sleighing of the WMm. •• . ••.» .' , tied. Blank, tax collector, will be in Egg Harbor at Theo. Baraboo's, Jan. 16th and 16th for the purpose of col- lecting taxes. : Many men went to the Michigan lumber woods early In the winter, but most of them have returned, the snow being too deep In that region to make their work profitable. The MissoB Grace and Maud Car- mody left during the week for Algoma to continue their training school dntv- respective homes. Jos. Larouche, William an.l Violet f^\"1 Hanson and ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1918

wm WiB:$^\"Mmm ] LOVE'S SACRIFICE By LOIS ENSLEIGH. PAGE SEVJfflT ill The People's Store • \"Not a tiling to Ithe world, thank ,yon.' You've been too goibd—spent too iiuch money on me already,\" answered •Catherine, trailing her hand thought- fully in the water. Fred Winthrop shut off some gas ..and slowed down the boat a little. There was no hurry to get home—the ,day was theirs. \"I haven't done anything,\" he denied. •\"But I feel so gloriously happy just this anlnute I'd like to buy the whole world ior you and let you play ball with it \" Catherine laughed. \"In its present condition it's so loaded it would be like •Splaying with a grenade. I'd, blow my- self up. B y the way, that box of books jjame yesterday and tte y look fascina- ting. If I don't put in a n appearance •lor a week you'll know I'm reading the latest fiction and ruining my digestion •with the last box of candy you sent rve counted up—In three weeks you've sent me twenty pounds. That would spoil an armor-plate st...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1918

§$%$M$08$i THE POOR COUNTY HBW6 JANUARY 10,1918 ?£|2Ww OoioiMtor Jnwiporateiaf . vTlie comp^JiyhtelikfiajB an\"option *a o£y$efoidt' & Whi- ter^ within tti«i '#eei£ filed articles of ^orppnitlpn 1 with the secretaire 'of a&te nndet ^ e aama\"of. the/Uuiversai Shipbuilding compahyv with a capital of $1,500,000, .^-v~v ..-' V^-'- T^»e names of the incorporators are Hubert Relson, Theodore Flemmihg and Phillip Blnzel. It Is reported that parties have been la the city during the past week look- !: iiie yersom of the boats engaged In the stone trade, with a view of buy- ing the craft. - •• .':''\"' !- 'j ...\" . f'lSour steel freight steamers are be- ing .built In the yaralTpf the .JIo6et andNtalks on club work. Thurs Shipbuilding company at Superior for the United States shipping board They aroveach 3,600. tons. }'* .•''••'•'\"\" /*Frank J. Btroh has'been 'given the Ncontract to paint the government boat i/ing built at the shipyard of Rleboldt & jWipiter, This Vill he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1918

TH$ DOORfcOUNTYNEWS^'llEWS WORTH WHILE fOIlWEIT St8B€)E09 BAY, W18C0NSHI THURSDAY, JANFJARY 17, 1918 Uniwr'al Shipbtrilding Company : h^^JI|feeliB| nnd Organ* ^ 7^OnS*lmir«lay. m EMPLOYM.OOO MEN Paper* J^ incorporation With Capital V • $ i i ^ p ^ & S r ^ a ^ . Take . JPw^ion AiwiftMay 1st. v'[ / It'Soqks now w though Sturgeon, Bay |s^^ay6: •onelptjifiB largest ship-i buildftf£||wBt on the. Great takes. On fjrtday evening a party of busi- ness men of i Milwaukee and vicinity arrived, in the city for the purpose of looking over -thej proposition and in- specting ihV local yards of the Rie- Jwldt-WoiteV company, being men wh3 are interested in the business transact: tlon,..-, .V-V-V •••'•'. f'' / t They all were so' well satisfied with) the location the yards and the pros-C pects for the future that a meeting was en Saturday morning held in the dlr rectors rooiii of the Door County State^ Sank at which time a certified copy »f the art}cles_ of incorporation was Sled of the Univ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1918

itff liiiiiliiliiPilll llliiiPiiiip:: :'! Hit BjrfliftBallrpad Train j Tfcer was not a single load of. farm psephyMtoiiek had a narrowofj-jproduco' brought to market here on Saturday, the storm having kept ev- erybody indoors. As a result Mr, Brandela closed shop during the af- ternoon and remained on the east side. This is something that does not very often happen. j J. Wj. Jeffers, the general manager of the Fuller Goodman company, -Is m gwft^hi^iaiun was hit by tho south- ^iwd:train #Wle.be was crossing the ^tracjurat the.BWieir Goodman com- • j^^Vy«4B.i|' ^VMartuek\\'nad-' jost •i/b$me from the east side, having cross- ed the bay on tiie ice, and was go- i Injf1 west oh Maple avenue. As he ap- proached the railroad tracKs he heard and saw the' train approaching, but jthe trouble -was his \"spirited young team also saw it. Not being used to the/tcars^the horses -started forward ln*aa?attetn^t to get away from the imaginary danger, and notwithstand- ing Mr. Marshek's herculean ef...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1918

THE POOB cdron rows JAXCABY 17, IMS PAGE THBiB^I ^j,r»a M B«eon4-cl«i» mttter Joly l, 1814 at th* Poatofto* •t BturfMtt B»7. WUco&ain, under Act of Hatch 8, 1879. PUBUBHBD WEBKLT BT THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS U'v- : ' \" (XHOOSPOBATED) •• • L EABIi M. LaPlANT, President and Kanagar O. A. LTODBBBG, Vice-President . W. WAQENE&, Secretary and Treaiuro AUrte* All ConuntmlcattOM to The Hewi, Sturgeon Bay. Wit, Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year / Ml , ' . - . Sturgeon Bay, Wis, January 17, 19i8 ^ 'OnlyTrue Patriots Wanted | | There isJuat now an urgent need of pure, unadul- terated patriotism—the the kind that nas no apolo- gies to make. .._-\",/. • . » Unfortunately We have i In our midst a species of camouflage patriotism—a veneer for the sake of policy^ orbusiness, or because the individual is ashamed to be otherwise. These people lack enthu- siasm and aggressiveness and only half heartedly sup- port the government in its efforts to maintain the numerous agencies that are neede...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1918

lllfliMiiliwiPB\" illfc :^TOOP#aVCaiT ^ Brief.Bits ',-^Pottitog- IJp Ico—The' Hart Trans. tvipct Js engaged In putting'up. Its a t Srioai supply ol Ice, the material being ft*f - excellent quality. Owing to the r'ieaty snow, work was retarded the : j ^ t week. •'•' .. ^ Mirstle Workers •Will Install—The Mystic -Workers will hold : their ail ^Soal Installation of officers on Mon- ^ay evening nexj:, which will be fol- lowed by anioyster super to the mem- lieri and their wives. Breaking' Boads—Since the storm of Saturday the city team has been bus- ily engaged in opening roads leading .|1^ (Ae'city.''V''One.,pfthe worst block- ades was on the-highway to the canal «nd it was severalA dayB beforo this ^fras'topflned. : : Hold Examinations— Notwithstand- ing the Inclement weather thero were fceveral persons on hand to take theWisconsin examination for the.ruraT carriers on Saturday, whlch-^wto held in the high «ehooL Markings will not be' avail- able for several days. In the Beserre Cor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1918

THE BOOB COBKTY SEW^ JASIIAEt 17,1818 PAGE BTVE Ourselves iti Print Arthur Rieboldt made a business trip to Algoma Wednesday afternoon. Lester Cameron of Mondovi, Wis., la visiting at the home of Job Tong and family- Henry Fetzer left Wednesday af- ternoon for a'short'.business-'trip to outside points. j£ A. Dvorak, assessor of incomes, •was in the city on Wednesday on offi- cial business, v - . H. h. Peterson, left on the afternoon train Wednesday for a business trip to outside points. • Miss Margaret Reynolds of Shawano returned'to. her home on Wednesday after visiting with friends here. D. O'Hern of Green Bay, was in tne city Wednesday on business coh,^ nected with the sale of type^terai '\"' John Perry on Wednesday wentr to ForestviUe to.spend a couple pf days on business and visiting relatives. Henry Konopp of Nasewaupee was ia the city on Wednesday morning, during which he paid this office a »ost\"pleasant call.\" yfm.' Eastman - of Baileys Harbor spent part of Tuesday and W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1918

This and That/rom :: Here and There:: ^0 Kr^.^ SEVASTOPOI,. • i^Chaa. Thorp spent several days on ^business In Chicago last week. Miss Meta Blank is spending several ^••^aVwlth her sister, Mrs. Arthur ^raeschke.,. ' . ^\"... . jiSomeof the boys attempted to use their cars during the storm last week S:^Bt wlth little success. i^^Bvierybody Unit could In the town Hot Sevastopol was on the job break- teg roads the fore part or the week. v |tQeorge Blank is getting out timber for a large granary and machine shed that he intends erecting In the spring. The Thrift stamp sale Is going on tirlskly In thia township and as'usual Sevastopol will be found right among the top notcbera In the sale of this patriotic atamp. rMany of the Farmers of thin town-' #hip are taldng la the FWm.er's school ft Sturgeon ^ay this week, without exceptiontheyepnBldW this on© of the beat things that Door county has had during the year.~y Manjr'pf the resldenta of this town attending the' Parmera* ' school held I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1918

THE DOOB COUNTY NEW9 JANUARY 17, 1M8 PAGE BBVJMl frX*tt»*Mfrtt»»X' MXJH^ 8AJ&EYS HABBOB Bet. Vbgelspent part of last -week at Oreeo Bay and Sturgeon Bay. Mr. and Mfrs.Henry Oattie leave , this week for southern points to visit among relatives. t Mr. and Mre. Thos. doss have gone to Chicago to consult a specialist con- ^erningtheformer's health. Mrs. Chas. Panter and daughter Sylvia left last Friday for Racine to ^bit Mr. and Mrs. Art Wilson. Capt. Bennett: purchased the Chas. 2ante cottage opposite Anclam's and will rent it to summer resorters. Lester Bhlrdo cut his foot quite se- verely last Thursday while chopping wood. This will lay Lester up for •eonae time. ^ ' Peter Mucklan made a trip to Egg Harbor Thursday to consult Dr. Eames as Mr- Muckian's health has been very poor of late. . ,. Mrs. And. Jacobson left for Racine last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. ' Henry Starr also left for the same place to remain permanently. Prueter's mill Is still grinding two days a week. The mill ya...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1918

PAGE EIGHT ^ ^ THE DOOB cops*? HEWS JAMJAR* M,'H» MVB.B.A.Officers :'•'•:••.•• : The following officers ytere chosen at the* regular election of the M. E. '.B.A. ,. •..' • /.-.' Ashley Cofrin, president Pat .Wrltt, vice-president Richard McLaughlin, recording secretary Robert Holt, cor- responding secretary Wallace l v e 8 ^ n t h e c l t y S a t u r d a y oven lng. having chaplan Pat Wrltt and Albert Win- dorf, trustees Andrew Tolllfson, con- ductor - Albert Windorf, doorkeeper Andrew Tolllfson, grand representa- (Jhas. Wondrasek was the Installing 'officer, acting as past president, and Walter Twedale as' grand conductor. The brothers of Local 88 deeply re- gret the resignation of Ed Weber as corresponding secretary. Andrew Tolllfson on Monday left for Buffalo, where he will attend the national convention of the organiza- tion. The local shipyard is giving em- ployment to a large number of men at the present time and looking for more. Capt. John Moore went to Milwau- kee on Monda...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1918

The^m THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS^-'^EWS 1V0RTH WHILE' iS?OICrME FOUB STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN\" THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,1918 WILL Bp EXAMINED d& Clarified Men Have Been Sam* jaoned to Appear Before Exam- king Physician. Suddenly. Held OfficeW Asses. or Twenty-five Yearss. FIFTY MEN FOR EACH DAY £TM7 Man in Class One is Included In the .Call. Several Hundred , On the Lift. John B. Massart died at his home ia Brussels on Wednesday morning of last week. Mr. Massart died suddenly and un- expectedly. Altho he had not been feeling \"well for some time and for the past several years was troubled with shortness of breath, he hod at no time been confined to his bed. At an early hour.on Wednesday morning he The Provost Marshal has ordered $hai all men who were classified in •*81asa 1 be Immediately called for phy- sical examination. Acting under these instructions aotlce was on Wednesday mailed to 3he following persons to appear at She office of the examining physician, Br T. C. Proctor for examin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1918

llii^i.'Yg-T^p-te.s IIOTIEI g««$sgagg»»sw^«» y,««y/A THETHIEP ti&i An(irew BereaBon will take in the ^Strata show at Chicago the coming ^' ^reifc.O. . . : • • . {S -'#Us^ ?Co&'.ao& Lydla Anderson ^ ^erit?to'Menasha on Saturday to visit l^relatlves. •\"'•'.*•'., ' ' \" %ftf#he bpme dt Geo. lochia was last y #eek Friday gladdened by the • arrival r \\ ^ a baby girl •'7 -2 Misa Emma Anderson on Saturday t f'•''jfett for Milwaukee, where she will re- v pain indefinitely. ' Miss EmUy Simon went to Kewaunee i on Friday to spend the week-end with :7r friends and relatives. '..''^ Marvin Piesmad& a bufilness trip \\:\\'to Forcstvflle on Thursday, return- ing/home the came evening. i'.\\' John McDormott last week went to .Chicago, where he expects to be em- ployed during the ensuing winter. , Mrs. Otto Green was taken to Green Bay on Friday by her husband, accom- panied by Dr. Krettzer, where the fol- ' V JHerman Taube last week left for Chicago to spend some time vis...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1918

The Door County News THE POOB COPiraT NEWS JANUARY 21, 1818 lltmg M tocoadclM* matter July t 1*1* »» »h» po«tofflpe at Sturgeon Bay, Wu anils under »h» art of March 8. 1R7S ^nBLIHHRD WTSEKLT Bt THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (Jncerporatejy gjJCL M\" U4.PUANT President and Uanss*\" li. A. I»tJNDBEB» Vics-Protldent fT, WAGBNER Secratarr and Tremnnnr Htntt all Tk* l«e-*« Htnrcaox B»» Wtaronalp Sabtcription Price* $2.00 Per Year ' ^ — — ~ . X X • • • • • - Children should be encouraged to DUy a Thrift Stamp with their quar- ters. It only takes nine of these to secure a ?5 certificate. Two more days have been added to the list to be observed, makingfivein all. We nowihave ajieatless Monday and a porkless Saturday. There ia itflt \"room for two more, the drinklesa day and the smokeless day. This la the time of the year when every precaution should be taken to guard against fires. Overheated fur* maces and stoves should be avoided. When you build an extra hot fire keep watch of it until...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1918

f cWoiaaift Club—The officers of the Woman's Club will entertain at a knitting tin, sewing) party Friday afternoon, the 25th at 2:30 o'clock, at «ie Public Library rooms. All mem- 'Hera).are.\" especially invited to come. yiwbeeca Sewing Circle -^ The Re- | » e ^ Sewing.Circle- will be entertain- ed 1 Mrs. J. A. Jones, Mrs, C. B. PActord and Miss Die-Hodges at the Odd Fellows hall Tuesday afternoon, arerybody invited. Come prepared to *ew for the JRed.Cross. JKato Shipment of Cattle—Manager Thorp of the Parkinson farm within the week made a shipment of 26'head «f Oallaway cattle for which he re- ceived the sum of $2,169. This was •early $83.50 each. The cattle were •aipped to the Chicago market. 1 ^ Install Offlcers—The members •f Thos. Swan Camp 765, M. W. A., will install officers on Monday even- iagjiext at ,the! regular monthly meet- lng of the loijgo. An oyster supper •wlll^ follow the'installation and all members are requested to attend. »3t A W. Kot Inclnfled—Tho Ahna- pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1918

THE POOB CdPKTY SBW3 JASPABY U, 1918 Ourselves in Print jfra. H M. Ferguson left Tuesday Bwrnlng for a week's visit at Milwau- kee. •'•': Mr, and Mrs. Fred Granius of Brus- sels called at this office on Friday -while in the city - Edward, son of Martin Dehos, is at present located at Madison, where he ig in the employ of the government. Joseph Zettel, Siy . of Maplewood w a a ^ the city on business Wednes- day, during which he made us a call. JUBS Blanche Spalsbury arrived here within the\"wjeek and is the guest of her brother. Dr. J. A., and family. John Heldmah of Maplewood paid us a pleasant visit while in the city on business Wednesday forenoon and in- cidentally informed us that a young soldier had arrived at their home Sun- day and although he was oniy seven pounds, they expected him to grow big'enough to fight for his country if need be. Chas. Antholt, one of/the progress- ive farmers of the town of Brussels, was among our callers on Friday while in the city in attendance at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1918

TAOTSIX THE POOB COUNTY NEWS ? ::vjrBi^OT^:JM»-: IfHiS AND THAT from HERE ANL THERE Oldenberg BAKE?S JUBBOR j:•'-,••FVank\"Oldenberg spent ft couple of :-^taya at Jacksonport last week. ^Andrew Schranx and Peter Fons r^ljrwt to Milwaukee last Tuesday and %1U possibly remain for two week's 'visiting relatives. : Mr. and Mrs. Herman and Boh Otto returned from/ Racine this week where Mrs. Oldenburg has been receiving medical treatment. Her health Is greatly improved. OttaJn- :tends to return'to Racine In A couple • \" ©f weeks. • / I«on Scbram entertained eighteen *t his school chums Friday afternoon, tte occasion being his eighth birthday. Refreshments wer served and the ljappy youngsters left with the wish that Leon/would celebrate many more ^rthdwa, **'-\"A iSeeilng will bo held at the new school building Thursday eve, at 7:30 ^J^jnterest the people of the district the Thrift Stentf Baie £ o w 5oln5 n among the school children. A few recitations and songs and an address fcy a sp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1918

*fliis and t^at/irom .: Here andThere :: H. J- Tesh^e of Carnot -waB here on Easiness Tuesday. Herman Nauman was a passenger to' sawyer Saturday. . Gerhardt Mueller spent Thursday and Friday at Sturgeon Bay. Chan Schuyler of Sawyer -was a business caller here Monday. jos. Glahnik, Sr., of Ahnapee town «ras a business caller here Tuesday. Walter Plinske and Wallace Krue- *er went to Manitowoc to work. Bmil Krueger went to Mlchlcott to •rrfglt his old friend, Emil Meyer. Sid Koehn and Al Schunk of Green Bay called on their trade here Wed- nesday. August Kreft of Rib Creek visited with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Fagg. We regret to report that Mrs. John Dueslng and John Schmitz are on the Bick, list this week. , , ' , 1 Carl Fabry, employed by the Citi- zen's Bank at Algoma, called on some of his friends \"Wednesday. ' Louis Duhm's 52nd birthday was fit- tingly celebrated by, his, friends and relatives.as well as himself. George Peters, formerly of this place and now of Algoma,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 January 1918

• ' & • PAGE EIGHT THE DOPE CODOTY NEWS JANUARYfc£IMS t Lake Marine News of Local and General Interest Guards at the Shipyard ^During the past week the govern- ment has established a number of guards at the shipyard for the pro- jection of the big fboat that is being jiuilt there, i y' Oders have been issued to allow no one to enter the yards who has noteral Sot In his possession a pass showing that he is privileged to be on the prem- . lees. A half dozen men are stationed at different points and every person 4«n£ering the -yards Isc hallenged.l If Ibo cannot .produce the required paste- : board giving-bi permission to enter lie Is turned back. Along the bay shore the same precaution is taken and employees are not permitted to enter the yards from that Bide, but ar required to pasB the guards at a given place. Inasmuch as the boat Is rapidly nearlng completion It is not the in-dentists, tention of tho government to take any chances on having the work destroyed. VT: F. Miller,...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1918

THE DOOE COtTNTY NEWS-rNEW WORTH WHILE' TOLUMESOCB STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, JANUARY 81,1918 MJJIBEB THIfiTX-OIfB NOTICETOALLALIENSWILL Postmaster Wagener Issues a Call For Registration Of Aliens Subjects Of Germany. FEB. 4 TO 9 ISTO1EFIXED Indades All Males Over 14 Years Old. • Most Have Pictures Taken. Is Not a Hostile Movement. Postmaster Wagener, has submitted She following letter for publication as a notice to all alien enemies who are required to register: Sturgeon Bay, Jan. 29, 1918. To Whom It May Concern: The attorney general has fixed the week beginning February 4 to the 9th, Inclusive, between the hours of 6:00 a. m. and 8 p. mi of each day during said period, for the registration of Ger- man alien enemies. \"All natives, citizens, denizens or eiibjects''of the German Empire or of the German Imperial Government, be- ins'males of the age of 14 years and Upwards, who are within the United States and not actually naturalized as American citizens, are required to regi...

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