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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1918

PAOBTWO llfflBWiBti^^ iiiiLY lOPiGs ofSMmWER V Herman Hembe'l went to Green Bay last'week on, a business trip. : Miss Blanche Spalsbury is home, from Chicago, having arrived last •Sweet' .'.': ::\"! ! \" •\"'• • •' *• K C-Humke/went to Green Boy- couple of weeks ago that the reporter -last week on a buslnessjxip for a • @$y ot two , J^Mcv^and Mrs Prank Ransman went 't o Kewaunee Wednesday to visit with relatives and friends. George Noble was over from Algo- mathe flrst'of the week to look after some business affairs. Mrs. Jos. Debroux went to Green Bay last week to spend a few days visiting friends and relatives. Hans 0. Halvcraon went to Milwait fcee last week, where ne spent several days on business and pleasure, Simon McDonnott has moved Into the Mossiman residence, taking poss session of the premises on Friday, Herman Taubo, who went to Chi- cago to consult a specialist a couplo of weeks ago, returned homo the lat- ter part of the week. , \"The Misses Lydla Wulf, Minnie Lcn- ius...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1918

Tfe Boor County News ggt«ndv«• Second-sUw* matter July 1, i s u at the Poitofie. 1 «t BterteM* Bar, Wisconsin, under Act of March a. 1878. , , POBUSHED WBEBXY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (IHCOayOEATBD). '\"• ' . .'.', -. . y \" ' •.—\" . • BABL M. LaPLAHT, President and Itanaftr 0. A. MTNDBEBa, Vice-President W. WAOBNEB, SBnetuynA XiMsure* jMiwH AD (OoamnnleatloM to Tae News, Sturceoa Baj, 1ftii Siilwcriplion Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis, January 31, 1918 BfcmdaV would be a good time to which to get oat and clean off your walk. It will help to keep fyou warm and show your civic pride ^T^adi the children to save their pennies nod buy Thrift stamps. It serves a double purpose—getting them into the habit of saving and interesting them to their governpient. -.' •W^jr the banks were exempted from participating in the coal conservation program is a mystery to the average citizens—when these institutions observe every other holiday on the calendar.. If we had as much money as the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1918

i ::vj|^i young men find skiing a favorite ^lj^aA0^. this winter, there beingf :'aii ll^liwiiiilkncer'of.snow for this sport jCats Off Plnger—While chopping handling wood -with a cleaver on Mon- forenoon, Mrs. George • Worley r«fl«sed the stick and clipped off the of one other fingers. / : Thrift Stamp Headquarters — The jitejChems building will be used as Sfcdadquarters for the Thrift Stamp -••mpalgn, occupying a part of thethan JBlom used by the Red Cross Society. ][iv^iilDg EXBJO8—The pupils of the a%h school are this week taking ex- aminations for the first eemester, 4T*hlch accounts for the worried ex- Xjrosslon on the faces of many of the ^itideata. .. SreftbsHto EJbs—August Jackson laid up with a couple of broken •0Bnf ^hlch he received by being wn from his sleigh. A chain that dragging along behind the vehicle ht and the Jerk threw him down •*Hth such force aa to rracture a couplo .ribs. ,-v -Fareel Postfifcile— The Moravian l^fttdies Aid announce a parcel post sale l'JIft...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1918

THE DOOR COCSTY SEW S PART 31, 1918 iiS^il m Ourselves in Print ^ H. Duc'lon returned Wednes- m from Green Bay. ' ' . , j T. Melville of West AIHs. Wig., *ES among our callers on Tuesday. „ Everett Ash went to .Green Bay afternoon on a business trip- George Johnson of Jacksonport was 5a the city Wednesday on a business' trip. H. M. Ferguson and wife returned kome Tuesday from a visit at Milwau- kee, y. • . • • Clayton Graef and son returned home -Tuesday evening from a visit at Mil- waukee with 'relatives , Chester Bassford went to Green Bay an Wednesday to attena to some bus- iness matters. Gabe Pierre of Brussels wa s In the cjty on Friday attending to some busi- mess matters. -.,', '-.^ :•-.'.. • ...,.+.• Carl Fabry of Algoma ,waft:Jn the ^ty Wednesday looking : after, ioifie\" tusiness affairs. \"\"-' jlr. and Mrs. C. C. Dana returned home Tuesday evening from a trip to Milwaukee and F t Atkinson. Henry Baudhuin of Brussels was in the city Wednesday on\" matters con- aeeted with...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1918

-THE BOOB NEWS JANUARY 31, 1918 ligtROCEEDINGS W THE Official Publication fe^-V ANNUAL SESSION (Continued) • COUNTY OEEBK'S BBPOBT Tb* following la a statement of all lands **»tved and expended by Door County Sarged and credited to the proper depart- . ^ u f o r U . e T e ^ m ^ Deltaqnent real estate . . . . . . . . . . 6006.41 : Delinquent personal property 1016 delinquent personal property 1017 Balleya Harbor tax ... .... . Srossela tax OUy Banks tax Xtg Barber tax .. ToreatvlHe tax Osrdner tax Gibrslur tax Jacksonport tax Uberty Orova tax .... . JTasewaupM tax dbvastopol tax Sturgeon Bay town tax tlnion tax WPrV- W :' 16.68 , 734.30 2400.74 11100.83 3780.80 5111.13 11094.60. 6724.09 4358.00 0801.40 5555.15 8400.46 10811.08 3451.31 4601.68 1183.27 ' '888.05 17368.05 16838.13. 7704.20 'J1JV42 f,B.27 jasa 6.00 . 16.00 12.85 00.00 19.88 4.05 216.03 83.82 177.83 108.00 321.44 406.26 86.64 atari. ..\"•*•*?, State ^gbiVa'r'isyVum \"paid » \"tttat*''-'• .»«.•.••••Â«Â»•• * *-*-.v-. • ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1918

? THE DOOB COUBTY SEWS JANUARY 31, 1918 This and That from :: Here and There :: topic for general discussion was thej ~ The main Industries on the island talk this matter over. The evenings State Park. It seemed as If there had | at the present time is the ice harvest are long and there is little or noth- been\" considerable worry about aU the land cutting stove wood, both ot which, tag to do otherwise why hot get a large and beautiful trees around W a r e greatly handicapped, by the deep!!meeting of the residents together.and Fael bluff tower hslnir ou A,.-„.*. „.* „„„. j .v. ii—ii .,!,_.• . . . . . D PAGB • EPHBAESf ...••,' Miss Mary LaVlne of Sturgeon Bay spent a few days in the village last *eek visiting at the home of Chas. Struege. . On Thursday afternoon the Red Cross will meet '-with- Mrs. S. G. To*- -erson and the Misses Munda and alive Anderson. Mr.-and Mrs. Arnold Sohns pnd son William returned on Friday from a four weeks trip visiting with relatives at Milwaukee and Gree...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE DOOB COURT! NEWS JA7TUART SI, 1918 Lake fiasine News of Local aid General Interest It has been'a long time since there •was so: much Ice in the canal as this Winter and the fishermen have been having their troubles oh this account. The water will frpeze \"over «)lid,-at night and prevent the boats from get- ting out. Boys of the coastguard service who are this winter located In the east write to their friends here tolling var- ied tales of their experiences. On the whole the impression is given that .they are well pleased with their as- signments and are enjoying the change. Icebergs are said to be a common thing on the lake this winter and re- cently one was seen passing down the lake off Uie canal that had the ap? pearance of being the size of » large schooner and it is believed that these rribuntaiha 'of ice do a great deal of damage to nets. ' The fishing tugs operating out of Algoma are seen occasionally oil the canal on their way to and from their nets and on ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1918

The EtqorComity I^wihf^O County. m?? THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS—\"$EWS WORTH WHILE' VOLUME FOUB STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, FEBBUABY 7, 1918 NUMBER THIBTY-TW* WNS BIGiAW SUIT Supreme Court Reverses Decision Of Judge Quintan In the Frank L v Pleck Case. COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED Attorney W. E. Wagener Secures Clean Cot Victory ID One Of Hottest Contested Cases Tried Here. The Supreme Court on Tuesday landed down a decision reversing the decision of. W. J. Quinlan, circuit judge, in the action of Samuel Rosen- thal vs. Frank Pleck. The action arose over a contract for 4he exchange of property.\" Pleck con- tracted to exchange bis property in Sturgeon Bay for certain property of Samuel Rosenthal in Milwaukee, pro- vided his wife was satisfied with the contract - Mrs. Pleck refused to go ahead with the contract and Rosen- thal then commenced action in the Circuit Court for Door county, to force Pleck to deed his property to Rosen- thal in exchange for his property. Plaintiff Rosenthal file...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1918

: THB DOPE COUNTY HKW B JEBBBJEfA^j?, 193^ #'#K'r \\#^: illi :i i,p:.y^$p:YCM _ _ — — i '•'•'••• •••—'. v - ' '•' - - • - • • •'••• \" ' — — i - i - i - — : — . / O n e OB ttte ^Honrners^ ? .}\"': When AlbertMIlleiya county charge ' diefl. at the People's hospital In this city on Wednesday afternoon of last •week, It is doubtful that he contem- platearbeing given as elaborate a fun- eral a a Was accorded him. \\ : The unfortunate man succumbed af- tor several weekB illness, having been brought' here from the town of Brus- sels for medical treatment Undertak- er Sloan was called upon to prepare : the remains for burial and took charge of ithe body. In the meantime word reached some of the Belgians resid- ing in the town of Union of the death of the man. and they immediately re- solved that he should be, given a re- spectable burial, supposing the de- teased to be an old friend who had for a number of years made his homo among them. Word was sent to Mr. Sloan to have the remains Droug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1918

T T O p O M B y i f l p ^ ^ $ j $ i | | ^ : Hrt«r»d •• 8«co'nd-c]»M matter July 1, 191* at th» Poatofflot •* 8tarf«on Bay, WUeonsin, under Act of March 8, 1878. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY , ra DOOR COUNTY NEWS UNCOEPOBATED) BABL M. LaPLANT, PraaMent and Manager 0. A. LTJHDBEfiG, Vice-President W. WAOEHEB, Sectetary and treasurer All Ooamnaicattoat to The H e w Sturgeon Bay, Wit. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Ws^ February 7, 1918 Have you Joined the Thrift Stamp Club\" If not, fiend In your name. Don't try to dodge that Income tax, as the govern- ment will catch you If you don't watch out. Think of It There are only nini days in February, and four of these h without thinking of it as being Monday., Garfield should have made Saturday the heatless and work' leas day, as many places were in the habit of shut- ting down half a day anyway. The war savings stamps campaign is one that lets every member of the family enjoy the privilege of enlisting in the service of the gov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1918

fHB DthfB ^ « » I * 5BW» JABT ft^^will meet with ,MTB. H. A. Stile I^Tuesday afternoon, Mrs.'-'A.' Kaim-1 »aoh, leader. j Close At Eight O'clock—The dru v »toi«s of the city will be ckmed \"at fig-00 o'clock every evening except Sat- - awday ,^ntll further notice. \"Sees His Shadow—The ground hogj SMSW hla shadow on Saturday morning It he got up before 11 o'clock, BO Itnolds : Trill be wise to prepare for six weeks more of winter—and then some.' •lyQPoa/iponfi • Meeting — The , regular,Mike meetingof the city council, whici *hould have been held on Tuesday cv fining was postponed for one week, •wing to some of the members beln j«utbf theclty. • 0Bebecca Sewing.Circle—The Rebec -«a Sowing Circle will be entertained : Tj Mrs.' Jessie Schrooder at the Odd 3Fellows hall Friday. Everyone Js cor ' 4liallr Invltedvto attend. Come pro- pared to BOW for the Red Cross. toe Bcgisterlng—A largonumber of the aliens residing in the country have registered within the past few days and It J...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1918

iMi THE POOR COimry KE?T8,FEBBCABY 7, 1018 : Ourselves in Print August Kbepsel ol \"Sister Bay was In the city Thursday attending to some business matters. J James Wilson, the'Egg Harbor mer- chant, was fh the city Friday looking after some business matters. Frank Behringer returned Wednes- day morning from Milwaukee where he had spent a few days on pleasure. Steve Slattery, engineer on the A. & w. is taking his annual vacation, which is being spent at his home here. t Alton Jess, .of 'Washington Island was In the city on Thursday of last week, having come here to take the physical examination for the army. Louis P. Nebel went to Milwaukee Tuesday to spend a few days, after which he will go to Chicago to visit with relatives. He expects to be ab- sent about three weeKs. /\"•: County Highway Commissioner John I^orle ana Geo. Whltford tm Monday left for Madison to attend the annual good roads convention, which con- •enes.ln that city.thls week. Merchant Chas. Ruckert of Ellison Ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1918

M S S M B B M H II mmmmm$m / WASHINGTON ISLAND ' Mjr. and Mrs. Dorsey Greenfeldt, the -newly weds, bought the house former- ly owned by Victor Rohn at West Har- 4 » r . ^ •'•••• '•The..moving picture show at Nel- son's hall Saturday evening haB been •ery much enjoyed by the island pco- : jrte. ••'.'•• ..•• Mrs. Mathew Fosa of Washington Barbor has been visiting with friends »t Detroit Harbor during the past •week. Mrs. Ernest Ellufaon has been on the sick list for the past week or so. She Is -staying at the home of her tarento, Mr. and Mrs. Olo Hagtn. \"The wedding dance given by Mr. *rtd Mn. flcraey Greenfeldt at Nel- -aoa'a hall was largely attended and everybody reports having had a very 'alee time. \\ Tbo local band boys met at the home of Jena Hansen for the purpose of tuning np their horns for the con- cert to bo given by the Mystic Work- ers In the near future. Jack Frost has been nitting the high apots by touching the low spots dur- ing the past week. Thursday and Friday w...

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

THE DOOR COCTft HFfVS FEBRUARY 7,1918 PAQH SBVMI This and That from :: Here and There :. UNION Mrs. Roy Jaeger of/'Milwaukee' ar- rived here on Thursday to spend a couple of weeks visiting with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. PlinBke return- ed home from Milwaukee Tuesday, where the latter was taking treat- ment for her eyes. Tom Perry and Leonard Stoneman, Death Claims Desire Conard _ „.„„„„„„ After two weeks of intense suffer- who are employed at Two Rivers Ihg, Desire Conard, one of the most came home Friday, The latter re influential and respected citizens, turned Monday, Tom being under the passed away at 8:30 Saturday night in Weather, will remain indefinitely S t Vincent's hospital in Green Bay M r. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, who iiom acute appendicitis. Mr. Conard 8pe nt their honeymoon here with the was suddenly taken ill Monday, Jan. iter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug 14, when a physician was called, but Rumm, left Thursday for their home could not ascertain what the d...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1918

- T O * ^ : I » P ^ \\ :\"ti» ice la Chreett Bay is satd to be :.//tjppitt- '-ii to 30 inched to / thickness, -which matea the Betting of nets no .cMW'ipIay. V '• , The cold weather of the past week Interfered with work at the shipyard to a considerable extent, the crew be- ing greatly depleted on Thursday and /F^rfdayv It la surprising that there jwere any men answered the roll call. The work keeps going along, however, notwithstanding the severity of the temperature. The Algoma Record states that the fiBhlng out of that port has been ex- ceedingly poor'during the past sev- eral weeks, owing to the inability of •the boats to get out of the harbor to set their twlneor make lifts, the ice In the river and harbor entrance be- ing too heavy to break. Prices are \"high, but this is. no advantage when one cannot get flab. Orders were last week given by Lieut Stoddard, lighthouse Inspector for the twelfth district, to close the Plum Island light until further no- tice. This means until ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1918

A0W00M THE DOOR COUNTY N E W S — ' ^ W S WORTH WHILE t e n u r e FOUR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN tHUBS»AÂ¥,: FEBBUAEY 11,1918 SHIPYARD ASSURED ! Representatives Of Universal Ship- taflding Company Make Pay- ment On Purchase Price. TO TAKE CHARGE M l 1 ifffl Go Into the Construction Of Con- H. A. Fidier, crete Skip* Later. Go To Wash- ififton For New Contracts. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ' I have an inquiry from a party consisting of a hundred to 200 gentle- men who desire to take a .boat ride Reoresentatives of the Tiniverqnil^11 oU ? a n a n n u a l convention at *£3snT « Universal ^0me point in Wisconsin that can be Shipbuilding company, Messrs. Attor- 'reached quickly from our docks by «ejh Baton and A. E. Huck of Milwau-j either interurban or automobile. They kee, were in the city on Monday dur-f ^\"1 r e 1 u l r e hotel accommodations •i. • . , . ., . , , ., . » . 1 that are first class i ing which the deal for the transfer oft to meals, beds, etc * *he local shipyard was practical-^...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1918

! llitililil lid'#f:i*i| Will 8eU Green Quarry :deal Is pending,for the sale of the TtJreet Stone Quarry company prem- jisesi to, this ward, consisting, of theof fquaxryWd personalproperty. M e \"patties whb are negotiating tor tbef purchase plan :on establishing a }iaygel itipne prusfitag plant here dur-r flng thei ensuing summer, having an abundance of capital to carry out their ^jSeaB,^ \": •••:••.:'-^ : • •• • ^ t d B understood also that there is to bo a large coal yard established here during the ensuing spring and summer that will be capable,of sup-: plying] the demands of tlie cltliens as well as the boats. f Otto Green, who has been in charge ,of the Green Stono and Quarrying Co. •will remain hero next season should agreed to accept a position as super- intendent until December 1st. •The establishment of a large crush- ing plant will mean the employment of o. number of men practically the yiar round, This with tho coal yard Twill add much to tiic business activity of this w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1918

THE DOPE topirrr rows FEBRUARY u,im Hf-iDOOB COUNTY I B G ^ O O L NOTES By County Supt. B- E. Madden In Dist. 2 Liberty Grove they have hot lunches twice a week. Alex Meunier, teacher. , Plan to attend the- patriotic meet- ing cat Fetersilka's hall at Institute on Friday evening, February 15th. ••':' S.'-In: ''Di8t, 5 Egg Harbor, they have purchased the song books \"55 Songs and- Choruses for Community Sing- ing/' Alma Witalison, teacher. H In Dfst. 4 Washington three rubber tipped pointers, a pencil sharpener and a reading table have been pur- chased for the school. Myrtle Olson, and. Myrtle LeClaire. - « Up to this time book reports have been received from the following teachers: Mae McDermott.Mary John- son, Verna LeClaire, Gertrude Klumb nd Myrtle LeCleare. H On Friday evening, Feb. 15th, ihere will be a thrift stamp meeting In Petersilka's hall at Institute. At- torney H. M, Ferguson will explain thrift stamps and will give a patri- otic talk. Frank Meunier of Dist. 1 Liberty ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1918

TBS POOB COPHTT HBW8 . gEBBPABY 14,-1*18. v Chimney Fire—The department waa 5*aUei out on Wednesday afternoon i^iijra chimney fire In the residence oc- ^i^wopied by Mrs. Richard Birmingham. Jib damage was done. J ! Sew Bns—The Swoboda. Hotel has Within the week installed a new bus «n the run between the hostelry and' •the railway depot. It is a. fine con- veyance and'a. credit to the owners. Bobbins (I)—Who has seen the first jrobln? Some of our friends from the northern part of the county who were lathe office on Tuesday claim to have «een robins in their vicinity the first ^ r^oT the. week. Evidently an effort Is S *elngxmade to discredit the ground* '•%.}• lUtg. \\ - % - Boreas Society Meeting —The Dor- | *aa Society will meet with Mrs. Oscar ! Bmlth of Sevastopol on Tuesday even- . *ag, February 19th. The sleigh will I jteave the Stiles drug store at 6:30 |7.«harp and.those who are going are ro- 1 guested to be prompt It the weather I Interferes the meeting will bo held at I ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1918

:|Hfc^O&(j©t^£ vp^i^ifnjii'.liff yf Mrs. Paul Magll ^is confined to her home \"with an attack of pneumonia. \" Misses Mary and Hattie Reynolds heft for Milwaukee Thursday to spend i i week or so. .••:.' Frank Pleck took his departure for • Chicago the first of the week, where •he went on business. ' A. W. Lawrence went to Green Bay i Tuesday morning on a business trip ' ilor a couple of days. ' 7 John Masse of Chicago is visiting for a short time at the home of his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Masse, Sr. | John. Larson of Sister Bay was a •taitor in the city on Tuesday fore- - noon, during which he paid this office .-'% c a l l . : - ' • Dr. A* J. Gordon left Tuesday for. outside points to be absent until the ''.end of the week on business and •pleasure combined. ••\" l ~ __»--\". Mrs. John Debreaux arrived here .on Wednesday morning aind will spend a uxonth visiting with herB parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Writt and family. C A. Bingham and family this (Thurs- day) morning took th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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