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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

Sg$S ^JPAOiSPOCR SiSlPPIr^\"Con**$ N&P* rlhrtBWt M Bfeosd-CltM matter J«ltl*. i U U M l k J«)«W«o« «* Btarfeoa Bar, WU- MM!*, mdn.tlw • « of Jbtfch •. I3r». : : FUBIIISHZD WEEKLY vt THE300f COUNTY NEWS *•:'.:• .\"''.. OnarporaUJ) MiMb U. LAPIiANT, Presides! u l Uanaga? ft, A. L0NDB8BG,Vice-President W. . WAOSIfKB, Secretary and Tituaiu. Marats all eomntnnleatloMo tft The »•Â»Â», Storieon D»y, Wlieomln. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Stargeon Bay, Wis, March 2S, 1918 - * - This paperhas enlisted withthe government inthe cause of America for the period of the war -- • • - -:••The : A r e you with the government or against it? Your voto on April 2nd wiii teii: v.- •\"• •••. : -^//•/\".\"•i m:!& The Itopubilcans of Wisconsin had/ a liard struggle to keep^ their patri- otism on straight it was a case of 50-EfO iUshroot winning out hy less than 2,000. ^ Door county is to be congratulated in having the best record in the state in the expense^ of making' the first draft...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

THIS AND THAT —— . from ——-————— HERE AND THERE \"^ X EPHEAI5r %':. TFITIB^estroys Oneson Hope \\ ' The people ofv^this village Were awakened on Fridaymorning aboui 5:30 o'clock by the^ingin .school fire bell and on^rushi doors found that the home oKAndrew Oneson and. family was being rapidly consumed by fire. •The blaze was first discovered by the youngest daughter Margaret, who was awakened by the strong smell 01 smoke. She hurriedly aroused thej other members of the family. When they reached the outside they found that a building used as a summer kitchen, and standing apart from the, living house, was completely burnei to the ground, the heat from whic had ignited the roof of the residence Although help was hastily summon ed a light northeast wind was fanning the flames onward and before anything could be done to prevent it the house as we saunter up the road also the thump of the wagon. FVank SImonar is confined to his home and bed with an attack of stom- ach and bowel trouble.....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

^:$ :^ ||i[^w Stg*—The Swobdda Hotel on JWTednesday erected a beautiful elec- |Mio sign | a front of their place of ^business.- ., p^Bed Cross Campaign—The next Red SiCrbss War Fund campaign is planned Iftpiie started on May 20 and continue f^for one ••week. pv\\ Has Liberty Chorus—Sturgeon Bay | i s ono of the few cities in the state | iia t is able to boast of having a Lib- perty Chorus. iff Dorcas, Society—Plans are being pjnade by the Dorcas Society for thement I'production of, a musical comedy, | .'wb.lch Is to take place about April 22. Twins—There was born to Mrs. bhn Conlon on Wednesday morning wins—a boy and a girl. Mother and dren are doing nicely. The fam- reslde in the First ward. Bozo Old Landmark—The big frame i structure at tho foot of Liberty street j | has been razed by tho railroad corn- e l pahy, which somo time ago purchased the property for yard purposes. Starts Bnlldlnff—Ed Pille has brok- en ground for an addition to tho prem- ises ho owns on- St. John street ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

?&$& •''T ••''•''•''\"'Vi**^?\"'\"'•\"•\"\"''•'• -'--'\"-' HKSPlftR^R^^^PI^ THE DOOR COUNTY SEWS MABCH 28,191$ # * * • 5|!^^TmiiStf#|liI|l a healthy child out of the/infant. Un-.jWilH OUR BOYS IN THE NAVY derweightwill be cqnsulered a cause .-_— ., , for examination and treatment. It is\" Frank - Isabel Writes An Interesting Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Datis. arrived here not. fully decided as yet w1*ejher he iwithin the week from North Dakota. Prosper Sacotte of Brussels was in the city • on business on Wednesday, afternoon- \"•':'•\"-- '-•.: -•'' Mrs. Arthur Rieboldt .entertained a number of her friends on Friday even ing at a card party. Thos N. Johnson of Washington Is- land was in the city- Tuesday, being- on his way home -from Chicago *\\ / Conrad Jacobe and Walter Schultz of Ephraim were in the city Wedhesr day on a business and pleasure trip. \\ Capt. John Cullnah of Chicago .spent several days in the city the past week, returning to the Windy city, on, Wed- nesday. : . - • '...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

:^j^f?Vj ^PS^PPP^ mm First of the American Heroes to Storm No Man's Land.••'^, T*lew« of United States^Declaratlon of W War on Germany Signal for Bound \"! '^ Over the Top. •\"•',•'.'•''-It was night In the trendies of :lStance, and the Canadian contingent. i'lajr watchful for the foe, on .duty at • the listening posts, and night patrols * crept stealthily about In No Man's {land. Their bayonets were rubbed f with lamp black so that the sudden '.bursting of a star bomb would not be- :1xay their presence. In thts particular Canadian section, •writes Henry James Buxton, were one bnndrod or more stalwarfa from the i United States—men who went over the International boundary Into Canada *so they could enlist. These Americans \"were together In one section of the trench. One of theBe was Private \"Seotty\" Anderson, farmer, telegraph operator, who had tapped the key from Boston to *Frt«co. SttJtty was long, lean-and lank, with arms like bean poles. But hla jnuscles were steel, and bis ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

THE BOOR COUNTY KRWS MARClfi», 1918 PAGE NINB 0$i lis and That from :: Here and There :: The Sty leiCenter FORESTYILLE Mrs. John Monflls went to Algoma ^Monday. '\".'.. .'!\"/.'•\"'•'••'•' Mrs Sam Perry went to Algoma on Tuesday. \"'''••'. - .' v Mrs^Fred Kroening was an Algoma Visitor on Monday. Walter Mueller went to Green Bay ^Friday on business. ' • Dr. Hlrscliboeck, was a Green Bay 'visitor on, Monday. ' .' ' •- John Matzke of Sawyer was a visi- tor here this week. Joseph Linzmeyer went to Luxem- f burg on Wednesday. Mrs. Wenzel went to Algoma Fri- day to spend the day. . John Engelbert of Green Bay called on his trade here on Monday. Jerry Lehmkuhl went to Sturgeon Bay on a business trip Monday. Mr. and Mrs. And. Lawrence were ^Algoma visitors on Wednesday. Erwin Lehmkuhl motored to'Algo- ma on Sunday to spend the day. , Mrs. Otto Borck and Mrs. Art Bau- xrian went to Green Bar Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Faggi Sr., went to Rio fcreek Monday to spend a couple of days. •'•' :'••.••\"-...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 March 1918

THE DOÂ¥K COCSIT SEWS MARCn 28.1918 :^§5^iS3f8#§i? KfJpJ^OWS^fSi'S'wfS Navigation Is Open -''.~,Xavigatioii'.between the canal and tliis city was opened on Sunday, , 'Ma^ch 24tiv (|- '•'. ^s-The gasoline boat Jtubie, Capt. Geo. ^^jLafono, made her way down to the :r'\\^pdrlcu-.'dbck'''.pn'Sunday and the fi|hlng boat Four Brothers forced a N jpisaage thru the: channel to the . ^Wa8bburn: dock'during the afternoon Z^jot'.the aame day, reaching her destina- ^' tlbn shortly after 4 o'clock. ::^ yfThe ice in^the vicinity of ~4he-A. IC^imbachfl ah warehouse was too ^ heavy for the boats to penetrate, but this was accomplished the following .^'.''•flay.-- ' . • • ' ' ' {The feat performed by these small boats is quite remarkable, consider- i n g the condition of the ice, which, however, has disintegrated rapidly during the previous couple of days under the warm rays of the sun. Now that a channel has been opened from the canal it is likely that the Obodrich company will send their boat t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 April 1918

The OcM XZoi^ Is The Official' Pciper * Of B6f County, THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" VOLUME FOUR STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, APRIL 4,191S NUMBER FOKTT ALL IS NOW READY 'X. * • Plans Perfected For Carrying On Big Liberty Loan Drive In This Connty. CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATIONMRS.JNO.B.DAVIS Speakers To Talk In ETery School • House la the County. Nd Solicit '-....'• tag at These Meetings \" DEATH TOLLOF WEEK The Grim Reaper Enters Homes Of Three Residents In City In As Many Days. CALLED Carl J. Olson and Infant Child Are Taken. Mrs. Joseph Keck of Narse \\ , waupee Also Succumbs m •••''. l^ie drive for the third Liberty Loan »6nd Bale will be opened on April 6th. :^^.On the evening 'of Friday, the 5th, yatrioUctftervices will be held in every scbpnlhouse in the county, which will Id the opening of the drive. These Rra,\" have been arranged\" by the teachers and will be of a local nature. At 7 o'clock on the morning of April -»t every bell will ring and whistle Mow in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 April 1918

THE DOOR COUNTY SEWS APRIL 4, 191ft i*M ELY TOPICS d^SAWYER l|p ' William IFembel made a business farm, which the former will have -trip to Green Bay on Tuesday. 'charge of during the ensuing summer .'.\"•:•• Mrs.: Jon. Defoe and daughter ,0»ie months. ' . -went to Algoma on a visit Saturday. The opera IIOUHC riuarantinewas Peter May went to Green Bay on 'raised last week and roller ideating Tuesday on a business trip for a day \"as been resumed. The town of Stur- orltwo. -:'-'-!•'-''•••-:': Igeon Bay used the rooms for a polling Olaf Sbn:of Mr. and M m Rasmus i P , a c e o n Tuesday., v '• : % _. Olson, is couhaed:-to Ws:-bedl-BnaiJiiome^ Louis Hepp' started work .on the .'-'• by'iUness. y \\~i\\ :-*-'^fc ' - \"3i^w :-::-- C0Iiatruc U' u of Urn C./Wulf company: ' - :Mrs^Godfrey ?B ^ r e e n ' k i y l a s i ^ ^ H - i t r ^ u d b l i h ^ & ^ S r S e S o ' a p t o ^ i m ^ l ^ : : ^ o u p 1 e W ^ b i k ^ matters/ r^tu^ngitb': Ills Osjikybsh^ifa ^ ^vitli reiaiiT^5:'|ierQ J:ortb^pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 April 1918

THE DOOB COUNT! N W S APRIL 4k 1918*•' . ' PAGB-TIffiMfr'/ The Door County News •aten* u second-clMi matter July. 1, •MUTat tka poitoffice *t Sturgeon Bar, WU- n u l l , under tke act of March 8. 187». , PUBLISHED WEEKLY b l THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS UncorporatrJ) •ABIi H. i^APLANT, Pretldenl and UaoafaT 'JL'A. LUNDBEBG. Viee-Preiident 'tf. .WAGENEB. Secretary and Traaiorn. fcUMI all communication, to Tka Rawt. Sturgeon Bay. WUeoniln. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 1, 1918 people la this county who\". as yet have little knowledge concerning the Tea- sons for and objects \\jot the present war between the United States and Gernjany. They have not taken enough Interest in what has bejen go- ing on to inform themselves on-.the subject. At'least this is the statement of individuals who arc •in touch with conditions in\" someof the towns. This appears incredible in tills- enlightened time,' It would seeni that it is not so- much -alack of knowledge 'as a want of i...

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

WwsMMx&sii THE^OB^COtnfn^lfEWS APRIt^t19i8 : Sanlng Log*—The Barker Lumber & Fuel company is engaged in cutting ihe logs that were banked on their premises during the past winter. Special Train Sunday—A special train will leave here at 8:00 .o'clock Sundajf morning for Green Bay to give those who desire an oppornnity to titke In the auto show in that city. On the Honor List—The name of JSoyal Griffin of this city Is added to tbe Roll of Honor, be being in the army service. He is a son of Otis jQrlffin of the Third ward. Is In the SerrJce—Wayne Post is their time, but they will find it ex- ceedingly inconvenient before many weeks have passed. irill Hold Meeting Here—A meet- ing is to be held here on April 12th. which is called for the purpose of is- suing instructions to the highway patrolmen and apportioning money in the several patrol districts of the county. District Engineer Conway, and Otto Oilman, maintenance manag\\ er for this district, will be in attend-^ ance. The l...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 April 1918

THE DOOK COUNTY NEWS APRIL 4, 1918 '$Aa&jB$y}i':. Â¥$$ H. I Peterson spent a couple of days at Milwaukee the past week. 'Capt. Wm. Boyd went to Green.Bay \"Wednesday to spend a day or two on business.' . ' . . . **''•' George Ahlswede, chairman of the town of Brussels, was a city visitor on Saturday. Pat Donovan of Jacksonport was in the city Saturday attending to some business affairs. Clarence Mann of Baileys Harbor •was in the city Thursday attending to some business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Camille Neuviile. of Gardner-were in the city Monday on a shopping and pleasure trip. John J. Baugnet of Sevastopol was in tBe city Wednesday on his way to Gasco where he. will be located. : Ralph Jenquin, clerk of the town of Gardner, was in the city\"Monday- at- tending to some business matters. : Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wright of Mil Albert Martin who spent his Easter vacation at his home on the Bayfred Shore, being a son of George. Martin, returned to his studies \"at Marquette College the fi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 April 1918

THE i)OOB COUNTY SEWS APSXL i, 1918 TfflS AND THAT ' •'' '•.v: v' • -' \"' ,V from •' '• .:'''•..'•' ...—•—-^—^— MER E AND THERE the Misses Evelyn and Grace, also Miss Eva Larouche, returned Friday from an extended trip through Florida where they spent the paat two months. sWsyy, . -. ': -. • • F O E E S T T I L L E .: ••., ,. Il.:-jv / ::M/,•\":'. March' Qa£i0^:':r^ry- -: '$$ . ':ki\\ Dlst Atly. Gaede^ wasj hero Tues^ ^i^ajr-on business: \"• :vv\\. 5 -,vc\"- ''^'.'-v\"^ •4X ft .ferFred Zlrbel. was ..a:' Slurgeon.xBay'' f K' : '?risit6r.,on Monday. • . :-^i^ioX|w.i-- V s|v: , Fe Karnltz of Brussels was aLyisi— i: '-'lor'hcre'.bn Monday.-'I'LV-- '^ - 7 ' vl^V-V Mr. and Mrs. Fred krpenlng vent to - vAlgoma on Saturday, v ^ ^ 0/ L-Wallnco Krueger .returned' from W' , Two Rivers Thursday ^--^H^-- % ':-^'? ft/- Herman Schuenke was a Luxenir 'iyjr ilUTg visitor on Tuesday.' ' \". 'Herman Nelnas of Gardner wan a V :: taller here 'on Thursdny • :': '.. - August Melstcr of Kohlberg was in. ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 April 1918

THE DOOR COUNTY yEWSAPBit 4,1918 ^GE 'SErs|Bt^Ctp5 J:lf^rln£ft !iace|oflf|er^ ^illf|^Mrjp i^ A •near and dear to UsST S: -riatton^ •%: |J f^e,^^ ••Â©S Imii He Ip to Them Back? *»» !i needy wirJrtioffie^ may complete as quicklpa : assigned' to themfe: ^f| |^ I&rjius - K i i e s t t ^ Compared t ^ ,small:^that: |o|^ equipped fe |j^rt |ri^ ^mmuiiiti^^ m OUI^DOVS* e ^flthis^mmmUrii|y||\\vi #? t^ can by making such sacrifices as are necessary W^^i^'*®- do this. That will be our support for Our Boys. alt TTm Space P Contributed By F. 3. MOELLER, President :JÂ¥ ED. HUNT, Secretary • • • \\ \" - \\ . • ' • . . : '.'.'V - r ' i#

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 April 1918

$: first. you ,:'v 77 '.'V': 7 77 7^:- .vVs,-S'•:?.'.. '\".•'•.'.' •':'..•• \"•'.-•'.. \" .'-: w777 77^fiTCYOUIt Iock ahead u,Sv'-' ' ':^' ..••\":'• -'•.•-''••'•' .—\"'.**':•'*\" -\"»-^ ' ^•'••:'• '-—S7 •?(«ra Hbun''' :'.: •'•'* :'\" v''.' v^'' -''^V:-'^' :/ :,v' '.•':\"•• \\.- -'''77 .'.•'. '\".*'.•'•''•,.'•.'/.o/'v-''^'. -l»f ACCORDANCE wi«rt!1e law '•-,'\"•_. ' .•'•'' . •'••.\"'. • • 7*' • '*\" .•7\\:.\"7:' \"•' '•'-: 31ECENTLY ENACTED by Congress V J '••l '-''\"'V'i '. ' '• * ''*'''\".* ••'..'' : \"THIS SAVING 0 one liour of .777.- . .,v --. * *•\" * ..7 3JAY-UGHT will help th e n a t i o n \" • • : • ' . • , ' . - ' ' • . • . • * ' • • • • . y E X P E D I T E the training of our arm y * • • • * ' ' • ' . ' • ' . ' • ' . \" ' • . • SPEED UP production .INCREASE SIUPBUlLmNfJ^Opera- tions ••'''•'• '•''. * ' * : • ' • ' * : 1A&8SEH industrial accidents - • •• *:'••••* '-•-.:'. :V-'7 IMPROVE health! morals and. social \"• welfare : • .y-'' ':i, ' ' • • * : . « .••?'-'\" -.:...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1918

C€m'tGp.:AerosSy':Y6frCdn& THE DOOR COUNTY N E W S — \" N E WS WORTH WHILE* VOLUME FOUB IS HEAD OF THE LIST ron|LARY0CT'GC0»F1J WE D •* • MKs lsabellc Eli.: nti.l WsiH ».* St. Joseph's Congregation Makes First Application For Lib- erty Bond Of $5,000. P0UL0S BROS. ARE SECOND \"Volantary ' Subscribers, No Soliciting Having Been Done:' Meetings Held Here Daring Week. STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1918 NUMBER FOBTY-OIf* lsakell e £i:. nbcok( T an d .Hal t V. Miller Joined:nbeokw In Matrimony. Leave for Utah HAVEFIXED THEDATE Tiie opening day of the Third Liber ty Loan and the anniversary of th government's entry into the world war was ushered in by the ringing of. bells - and the blowing of whistles on Satur- day. April 6th. The honor of making the first-ap- plication for the first Third Liberty Loan Bond is given to Rev. Alph. Uroen's pastor of St- Josenh's Catholic •church of this city, who m behalf of ilia congregation subscribed for $5,000 worth- of the governm...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1918

•PAQBTWO THE POOB cogynr SEWS APRIL 11, iei8 TIMELY TOPlGS orSAWYER F -,. • • • —- _ _ , — :— —- — J Harry Melr, who was here on a Uncle Sam's navy, spent several days '•visit returned to Milwaukee last week.-the past week at his home here on a August Tallraan made a business 'furlough, during widen he sailed on trip to Green Bay last week for a'many of his friends. He returned to day or BO. This duties today. Eugene Hcald has been ill for the! William Losli arrived home from past'week or so, being confined to his Camp Custer the latter part of the 3e and home. „ . Joseph DeBaker of Red River visit- ed with his son George the latter part of the week. ' • ' . • . • Mrs. K. J. Backey of Kowaunco. Wis. was here Sunday on a visit to some -of her relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leitenberg spent sthc week visiting with friends and relatives at Fond du I^ac 'Mrs. Harding was a Green Bay vlsi Ttor on Monday, having gom to the Ancient city on a buainoas trip Mrs. Michael Ellenbecker of Eph- Taim ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1918

Tfffe DOOB COUNTY NEWS ° APRIL 11, 1918 The Door County News I r i m l M •aeead-«laaa matter J«Oy L U l * «t tka poatcffleo »t Stargeon BayTwl* \"-, wader the act of March a. lgft. PUBLISHED WIKKLY Bl THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS OncorporatrJ) •AXb H. LAPLANT. PrMideat and'Manage • . A. LDNDBKB9, Viee-Pretident W. WAOXNSB, Secretary u d Treuom. : MiMW all eommnnieatlona te Tai Raw* Btorceon Bay, WUconela 'Sdbscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 11, 1918 the proposed waterworks' extension in this city has been held up also and there is no more need of paying double price for everything now than there was before. ' ' ~ Congressman Lenroot the success- ful candidate for the -senatorship in last week's election, carried 49 coun- ties to an even dozen for Davies. So close Was the vote in some of the counties, however, that Lenrpot only receives a majority of. about 12,000. The state of Wisconsin is still in theceived Republican column. ' . ' ' • ' It is said that the nic...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1918

P? W^^Mm^[0M0^ THB POOB COPXTY ITEWS APBIL 11,1918 Wrt:ef^B:iis Boreas Meeting—The Dorcas soci- ety will meet with Mrs. Harry Sco •field next Tuesday, April 16th. . Fire Alarm—A chimney fire brought out the department again on Friday afternoon, but their services were not required. EtinFindsHand—ThSundaye.inhdaughtercutdr t Cot e littl of Gas Matzke of the Fourt ward, ha her hand severely cut a feed - g machine on Bond — Mr. Hack, proprieto of the Cash Meat Market in this city, on Thursday afternoon found a $50 bond and envelope containing two $5 war certificates. The envelope bears the name of Mary Magnette and the bond Edward Magnette, Sister Bay. Policeman On Job — The silent policemen were put on the job again Friday after having been in Idleness All winter. While they have nothing to. say the public strictly, obey them and keep to the right. These police- men perform a most admirable ser- vice. / Geese Going South—Large flocks of geese were observed on Thursday ev- ening of las...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1918

THE DOOR COPyTY ftEW£ APHtL 11,1918 PAGE PTSrS FROM FT. LEAVENWORTH, KAN. Spring Musings of One of (he In the Service of Undo Sam Boys Frank and Peter Conjurske went to Green Bay Sunday to the auto show. Mrs. Henry Fetzer on Monday went to Green Bay to spend.a few days. \"Miss Ella Nelson of Garrett Bay spent the past week visiting with friends here. Miss Louise 01linger has been con- fined to her home and bed during the past week by illness, ' John Donovan of Neenah visited with his parents, Mr. ana Mrs. D. D. Donovan over Sunday-, : Jno. B. Davis returned homo Tues- day evening from Canada, where he had taken his wife for burial. V Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Stroh took in the auto show at„Green Bay on Sunday, driving down in their car. Attorney W. E. Gaede went to Esu canaba on legal business on Saturday, returning home Monday. ' r . ' ^ • Mi88 Alys Madoche is one of the victims of the measles, being confined to her home, the past week. Mrs. Pearl Purdy haa been confined to her bed and h...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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