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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1918

THRPOQB COCTTt W1j,W8 MABCH 14, 1918 mmmmmw®m c?s forland & Samuelson Sell Oat A business transaction that was a riso^-tb the community, on this rjslde of the bay, was the sale within the/week of the Forland & Samuelson property and business Interests to the Fuller Goodman Lumber Co. ^The transfer Includes the hay and coal business and all the property of itho' concern, which' is located at the loot of Mple avenue, adjoining the premises of the lumber concern. I t la tlie Intention of the new own- ers to make extensive improvements and enlargement of the coal yards and to add thereto wood, which will be bandied on a large scale for the ac- commodation of the public Mr. Forland will remain with the JWier Goodman company for the time Uelng, but Mr. Samuelson has not yet determined what1 ho willdo. The J»ew owners will take possession of the property on April 15th. School Closes On Account of Measles An epidemic of measles in this ward lias made it necessary t close one of th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1918

mftWiSWm-? iHB i)OOB council NEWS MABCH W, IBIS ilfPPIiSll^iil i PAGE THRO The Door County News A l m l u Meond-€lMa matter July 1. t i l * at tk« pottoffloe «t Storceoa BiyTwlf- MUta. wader tks tot of March 8. 187t. • PUBLISHED WEEKLY BI THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS ilncorporatrj) l i l l i l L LAFLANT, PrMidest and Manaca* 0. A. IiUMDBEBQ. Vioe-Preaident m. WAOKKEa, Becretary and Trearora*. almost Weekly. Every rolunteer les- sens the number of me n that will be drafted. It is gratifying to know that the spirit is still aiive. Others are needed as badly at home as they are in the front lines. The business o£ the country must be carried on and the soldiers must be fed. Every man who is ordered to .remain on the job he is filling best, is entitled to his share of credit in helping lick the jlAiMM all eommoninationa to Taa S.wi. Sturgeon Bay, WUconiln. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Stmrgeon Bay, Wis, March 14, 1918 $£*•* This paper has enlisted fwithliie government in the Icause of A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1918

ffgwS^tfongregatloniil Ladies Aid—-A social IflSaneeUng of Hhe Congregational Ladles llssiitoU Boclety iwill be held this Thurs- f^ipfifm'.'nftprnnnn • at the home.- of Mrs. |r|^ ilbB^ Richmond. Everybody Is cordlal- 3jr invited. - »• v IJiUon Meeting—The meeting for j i w e b 17 will be at the Moravian church. The subject in the form of the following questions should, proye «£ Interest to all: \"What does it all mean? What will the future bring? \"What saya the word?\" Do Good Work—The city crew was out bright and early Sunday morning •with their snow plows and by the tnne that people were ready to go to church thewalks in the more congested por- tion of tho city were in a passable condition for travel. Will Cite Demonstration—The Sco- tield company will have a demon- strator at their store next week who trill show the public how to conserve tooth fuel and food. An invitation is extended to tho public to participate In the demonstration. Lost Her Hat—During the height of 'the at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1918

JEHE BOOK COUtfTY XEW& MAKCH 14, 1918 Ourselves in Print Mrs. William Peters on Monday presented her husband with a baby , boy?.-.- • ,'• • Mrs. H. A. Stiles was confined to her home and bed by illness during the past 'week. Matt Waller of Sister Bay was in the'city Thursday of last week on a business trip. , IL W» Ullperger returned home Sat- urday after an absence of a week or more outside. \\ Capt Albert Anderson returned home Saturday morning f r o m ^ t r i p outside on business. ' ^ / - H. W. Kuehner of Brussels was in the city, on Wednesday attending to some business matters. PauPMaccaux of Gardner was a visitor- m the city Friday,, during •which he made this office a ^pleasant call. ' ,'. t '''••-• • •..-'• MTB. Jno. B. Davis was' unable to . take her departure for Canada last week as was anticipated, owing to ill- ness. • ..* • '.\"•••. Mrs. Frank Londo. who resides three miles from the.city in the town of Sevastopol, walked here on Satur- day in the' storm that raged ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1918

e#??. Plpi^^ilpli^^^^^f^^^^ Jggg^P^lQOTOTO ijgffB 1CABCH H 1918 —-—r-—... . \"'' • from • '•••-•.—• ••\"':: -' ' • ' HERE AND THERE WASHINGTON ISLAND Keed a Change In the Fish Laws \"With our country at war and our iood administrators advising the peo- ple to save food by using substitutes jand eating flsh to conserve the meat, does it seem consistent for our legis- lators to pass laws to restrict the catching and selling of such fish as lilack baas, where there is an abund- ance of these fish in the water? We iiro not advocating that these flsh be «aught by nets, but we maintain tliat at would be wise at this time to per- mit each individual to sell the amount he Is allowed to catch-with hook and line. As the law is at the pres- ent time a person is allowed to catch ten bass each day. but he can not sell any. in tlie past children have made considerable money catching these flsh during the vacation time. There is no reason for not letting fish tliat -iro fully matured being put on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1918

THE DOOE COTOTI NEWS MARCH M, 1018 This and That front :: Here and There FOBESTVELLE '•'•'.'• Emit Hafeman lost a valuable cow • •. last week. Miss Viola Teske made a trip to Algoma on Friday to visit'friends. .Fre d Wilkie, ST., made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay last Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Schmelling'was a visi- tor here on Monday on business mat- ters. ' ''/•' Xtas. Faken, the local cheese deal- er, put up his Bupply of ice during the past week. ' 'V'-c.^,: •\".' Mrs. Jos. Stoneman Sr., and son Charley went to Sturgeon Bay on Thursday, * - Mrs. Fred Kroenlng went to Algoma an a business and pleasure trip on Thursday. ., •• • Mr. and Mm. Herman 4rpve over to Little Sturgeon on Wednesday to visit 'with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Jennerjahn of Maplewood were Forestville visitors •hWednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Rockwell' this week moved upstairs in the Louis JJuhms* residence. August Jennerjahn went to Pelican Lake, Wis., on Friday on a business and pleasure, trip. . ' . . . . ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE BOOB Cmwri SEWS MAECH U, im Lalie Marine News of Local aid General Interest GET BEHIND WHEAT CAMPAIGN Council of Defense Is Lending Its AM In Secnring Desired Acreage In County GBIM BEAPEBS TOLL Mttce to Mariners The Intensity of the sturgeon Hay bridge light Is to bo increased at the opening of navigation to 1000 candle power. . The intensity of the Eagle Bluff (Green bay) light Is to be decreased at the opening of navigation to 350 candle-power visibility 13 miles. The Intensity of the Sheboygan breakwater light station is to be In- creased aboutjCSunc 1st to 1100 candle- power visible 14 miles. All the light stations at Chicago, the one at Kenosha, those a t Racine and the Algoma pierhead range lights have been placed in commission, af-i ter having been temporarily discqjatfH tlnued on account of the ice con tions. - -• ' • ' . . . | | f Continued From Page One the husband, two sisters and a broth- er survive, the' sisters being at her bedside when she passed aiway...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

The Door Vwtiy N Paper Of Dopr Comfy* xv,N . S THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—^NEWS WORTH WHILE 1 VOLUME FOUB 8TUBGE0N BAY, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, MARCH21, 191S NUMBER THIBTr-EIGHT* IENR00T IN t a U NH Receives Majority Of Only 49^0ver ThompsonWhile Davies Buries McCarthy Five To One. A LIGHT VOTE IS POLLED!vicee Bad Roads Responsible For Poor Tarn Oat At'the Polls. Lenroot Is Leading In the State. -r I^enroot carried the county, and that is all that can be said. His majority was only 49. . This-serlously raises the question b: just where the people stand in support of the government It would appear to be a case of fifty-fifty as far as the Republican part is concerned. There is some consolation in the fact tiiat those who voted for Davies and Mc- Carthy were voting loyal anyway. whic makes the total .vote of the tfchree loyalty candidates 670 to 377 •cast for Thompson and Berger. look- ing at it from this standpoint wo have reason to still havg faith in the senti- ment of. patriotism expressed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

WmtfW^f!l^Wi$ ^ l A W Y E R 3Hhrri6d At Ittarlnette Miss Bertha Olson pj»~flIaTCts41 ^Tbpcame the bride of Clarence Krei of Jtfenominee, Mich. rnie marriage took, place at «the MethodlBt parsonage at Marinette, the wedding being a. surprise to the rela- jtiveB and friends of the young couple, \"jifter the ceremony a wedding trip was taken to, points in Marinette county for a{ week, and Mrs. Krei re- turned home, where she will remain until next week, when the newly-weds will take up tlieir residence at Mari- setto. Sturgeon Bay Town Caucus The caucus for the town of Stur- geon Bay will bo held in this ward on Saturday afternoon, at which lime the officers will bo placed In nomination. On account of the hall .of Hugh Crawford being closed by tho health officer on account of the prevalence of tho measles, it was necessary for •tho election booth to be transferred to the office Of the Farmers company on Tuesday and it is possible that the caucus will be held at the same place m Satur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

PlONjEffe LUMBERMAN SUCCUMBS \"\" T $ f BRIEF- ILLNESS AT' Hil^QE OF M YEARS. i LEAVES $40,000,000 ESTATE Took Important Part in Development of! Wisconsin and Michigan for • F fjj^i- Fifty Year» — Noted /•j.ljlJifor'His .6enerp*ity,:.'. .. Marmette—Isaac Stephenson, former (congressman and United States sena- tor and one of the richest men in Wisconsin, died at his home here. He lad been sick about a week as the re. suit of a general breakdown due- to -Ma age,1 nearly 89. He was estimated to.wrworth ?40,000,000. Senator Stephenson, while in Wash- ington, ifras the oldest, as,well as one of the wealthiest members of the up- per house of congress .'Also he ranked AS one of the greatest producing lum- bermen in the nation. : The. principal scene of his opera- tions was in northern Michigan, that section owing a large part of its de- velopment in the lumbering and min- ing industries to his efforts . His prop- •ertiesstill are among the largest hold- •ings'in the state, and his various...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

County New* i i i DOOR COUMY NEWS \" h*: v.^. ••* |fisw»»s»a •UUfc'M. fcAKfAHT. *w*U«*» « • • MwwfW • H U M »u fmwMiwMw* »• * * • *«*». •itrttea Bay, Wtswasia. • SriKrigtiaa Price $2.00 Per Year Stnrgeon Bty, Wis, March SI, 1918 * *Thiipaperhas enlisted withthe government inthe cawe ofAmerica- for the period of the war ••••-••? The howl of the egg spculators -was loud and long when Hoover put a ban on selling hens until the 15th of They had lota of eggs in cold Htorage that they were planning on making a \"killing\" with the advance in prices. Instead the price fell and they wera severely shmtr. • It did not injure .the furmcra, but helped the consumers. Needs Enlightenment We sometimes doubt whether the people of German,blood in this county really understand what America Is fighting for, especially those who doApril. not speak EnglisH, or If they do, to a very limited extent Their intense hatred of England has blinded them to the real issue of America. They ap- pear to be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

mnsmmmmmm lEtHai.iiiF OUR SPRING! OPENING FRIDAY and | t SATURDAY I ' n I l i f t SPRING j$ i FRIDAY and SATOlbAY PARGH22-23 jignuBiiraii^^ Special Attractions in Every Department MARCH 22-21 iranuajnfiijnnifErajiijaR Beautiful Styles of the Season Complete Spring Showing of Newest Styles in Coats, its, Skirts, Dresses, Millinery, Blouses an d Accessories Fashion in all her glory now claims the attention of all lovers of good clothes—advance predictions are made and women eagerly await the presentation of the new and wearable modes. \"Necessity is the mother of invention\" and so is it the \"mother of genius\" for with most information from Paris cut off, American Designers this season have created styles which have demonstrated theur supremacy in the designing of outer apparel for the American woman. Merchandise has been harder to obtain than usual,Aut we have used our best endeavors and with very great success—so that we are able to say,\"Here are styles that are correct in every ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

SALES i0/ :sfli*::llaxia--^ere waa a fire alarm {••mi Wdnesdajr afternoon, hut it jproy-* Ji(?^ XadlcsAM—The city Ladles Aid of *in«' ^Moravian church will serve a 25- *»nt supper at the home of Judge De- vf*os'on!Thursday, March 28th. Every- •l)0dyi cordially invited. r €f»Hs—Thousands or gulla come In Xfrbin- the lake daily to he fed at the flflh warehouse of Albert Kalmbach— «ffal being thrown to them on the ice «very day by the attendants. , Speaks at Algoma—Rev. J. S. Mor- ito on Tuesday afternoon spoke at the Training School In Algoma \"and the same evening addressed the Business Men's association, speaking on the 5trar issues. . Harrlage licenses—The following license has been posted in the office «I the county clerk and 4 the license^ •will be issued today: William Oauger, SlBh Creek, to Elizabeth Aherris of Baileys Harbor. Operated For Goitre — Miss Helen Martin of Detroit Harbor was oper- ated upon for goitre on Monday, Dr. Iceland performing the operation. Dr. Egela...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

WpPP^r^PPPpT^ linTSbbB COUNTY NEWSftkiacHsii, ms PAGE SEVEN* Mrs. Franfr'Behringer arrived here Saturday evening from Milwaukee. (Jane Pierre of Brussels was In the „ctty Friday attending to some business affairs. , Otto Nelson and Helena Martin of Ellison Bay Tvere in the city Thursday pnia/visit. Joseph Wolter returned home Mon- day morning from a business trip to outside points. Herman Hoeltdoerf pf Clay Banks •was' a caller at this office while in tlie city on business Monday. Henry Gerlach of the town of Nase- •waupee was among our callers Mon- day while in the city on business. Herbert Truman arrived from the woods of upper Michigan on Thursday -where he had put in the past winter. , Grant Haskell of Sevastopol was a caller at this office on Friday/Awhile in the city attending to some business affairs. County Agent M. B. Goff went to Elr lisori Bay the first of the week in the interest of the work in which he is engaged. Prea Karnitz and Alfred Pavlik of the town of Forestvill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

PI :^ifi^i^iRlirtiii.iii^.i#^l[r.f^ I^HER^ Jos. Johnson returned' home during the past week, haying Spent the win .ter.in'Ghlcoeo., \"••-«'•••-.' •:\"-.'v^:-:- .• . ^Ftebermett are ready to set their t * ine and nare waiting for Vie lake to get clear otic?.. V. The Kcqreii WeU Drilling: company /Christopher Einarson and Mrs. Ger- _ I_I.I__ _„.„nl »„_ wittl n»__/.« »« He Finns stnlo ii\"tnftri»h\" nn thoir many is' stoking a wel for Wil Garret and have aeveral oilier jobs on hand. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hansen enter- tained a number of mends and rela-{Bpucseln. tives on Sunday evening, March 17th. Jens Hansen made a trip to the county seat last -week with a load of freight, returning home Saturday ev- ening. •-•• \" Claude and Andrew Cornell left for Algoma during the past week to fit out the tug Henry Gust for the com- ing season. /Mrs. Ernest EUefson presented her /fiusband with a bouncing baby boy on /Sunday morning / Mother and child ire doing nicely. ' Andrew Jrr and John Elna...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

•im Inglij^^^ This and That from Here and There \" FORESTTILIE ' B. F. Rider of Algoma was a caller here on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bastar went to Bay. Green Bay Thursday. Walter and Julia Bouche made a Ernest Berg went to Algoma on business and visiting trip to Sturgeon Bay this week, Miss Laura BoUche of Rosiere vis- ited with the family of. Jos. Bouche Thursday oh business. 'Mrs. -Mark Schlise of Maplewood visited here on Saturday. „ , „. oua , George Lehmkuhl went to Algoma j f r o m Sunday until Wednesday, on business on Saturday. • ~ . _. Walter Marquardt of Algoma was a visitor here on Tuesday. Mrs. John Monfils^went to Sawyer Tuesday on a business trip, Gab e Pierre, Jr., who is now at tlie, Great Lakes Training camp near Chi- cago, reporfs that he enjoys the ex- perience immensely. Eugene Lamperuer, Sr., is and has Ernest Matzke of Kohlberg was in J e n c o n f i n e d t 0 h{s borne and bed for town Saturday on business. ^ e p a s t w e e k °^m being under . ,,.*••-. lb...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 March 1918

j^-f^v&^^lwwchlBB'BDddle of April iv*?w'. £ Plans are being made to launch the 5 ^ government boat at the shipyard of ' t/?- Rleboldt So Wolter in this city along .|/ v .about the middle of April. tf: ••••:: The craft is 'wtell along towards :| ' completion arid while it was hoped 4 ^ that arrangements could be made to W) . have the' launching pulled off on V April 6th—the date of tlio declara- vl_-^ijon of war, this could not be done. h *TT^ The local Council of Defense is Kl planning on having a big 'celebration £ • • /.. on the day that the boat is christ?ned \" and a holiday will be declared on that • / occasion. v As soon as possible after the launch- : i n g the will b taken to Gree i ISay, where her machinery will be Installed when shb wilfcc ready to go into com- mission and cairy supplies to the Al- •.': -lies. .\".-•.• Milwaukee light vessel No. 05 was replaced on her station March 19th. Capt George Bennett returned home from Port Huron, Mich., whore ho had been call...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

t%eDob^ County THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE'? STOLUME FOUK STflRGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 191S NUMBER THIRTY-NINB FATAL AUTO MISHAP ADAM N DIER LEAVES CITY Win. Heald Of Jacksonport Meets v Death In That Town On Tuesday Evening. ,, FOUND.DEAD UNDER CAR Machine Tarns Over In Ditch While \"'.' On Way To Baileys^Harbor. Was Here Same Day. Office At Canal Discontinued. Will Be Located In Milwaukee For the Present • — It is with regret that we arc called upon to chronicle the departure from this city of Supt. A. N. Dier, who takes his leave today for Milwaukee to re- lain indefinitely. Mr. Dief.has been pressed into other service by the government, it having been decided to discontinue the office kt the \"canal, which is left in charge if a custodian, Frank Trucker. In leaving this city Mr.- Dier leaves The first fatal auto accident in thlg| m a n y staunch friends all of whom w l l l J / D o o r c d u n l y i s again called ilpon to •county this\" year occurred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

::&Th&iei6ctprB of the town of-Sturgeon W&.?JBay.on'.'Saturday afternoon held.theiconsented r town caucus in the Farmers Company ©(Bice! in this ward, the regular polling |place in the opera house being closed •temporarily on account of the epidem- i c of measles. • CThe only contest was that^(r chair- man George Johnson and Chris Tru- dahl were the opposing ..candidates the former being nominated. All the old officers were re-nominated, name- ly-August Londo and O. L. Anderson, .aide members Frank Krueges. clerk Oscar Olson, treasuror: August Simp- son, assessor. There were 74 votes feast . enough milk With which to feed the calves. .Superintendent, Baker gladly to furnish 500 pounds of milk'for the purpose, and.no time was lost in feeding the calves. This no doubt saved some of the animals lives and at least prevented much suffering. i Sunday which left a baby girl In the household. 0 \\y .-'/. ': •„. 'C l/HPeter May'of the town of Nasewau- pee Is reported \"to be con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

T HE DOOR COUNTY MBWfl V A B C H 28,1018 ?jHurifJreds o f American Aviators p |l^rfoj»m for Cabinet Mem- | 5 || fe,: -.''ber:in.France. / • •'.'\". y&!&$::- Ps^h^ a Learns Nose Djhics /. ^ Ar^ift,0*\"*'/\"f ractice?' and deceived '^ /' ^P!*?myvSR^c' Pr°ss' Barracks : / /? : ^H^v-0'-: ' ^!-^PMted V:: '..- \"^ a\"y/// . Alrtard thp Special Train --of Secre- tary Of-WnrBaker,ftt/hn Natio n 'Cen- iterJn-PranceiiTarcii~- (Hate deleted). ' ^ ^ : # s a W « liat l think.about what V^e seenfoday'it would sound like toasting^'saidiGerieraiPershihg, after :vis?t0^-the laTgest aviation camp in Frnnc^ where hundreds' of American fcoys^are learning* to'fly T : •': :'.\" v\"W%t DJeaseiViue .most wasth ab- solutely .perfect / order / maintained In the supply and repair.\"shops,-:? asserted • : Secretary Baker^'Where yon see that, syou find a well-ordered 'and : well-regu- lated camp throughb^ ^•api exceedingly please^- and de- lighted- and I Avarit to congratulate the commanding officers...

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