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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1918

i^iiRi^fi«A iV fir:'v ^X': :-^Vv /:. •'' -'•' •V^W»i«iife ii^ v :' : \\/x'X'''-xxy THE DOOB COUXTY SEWS APRIL 11,1M8 NEW SHOWING SILK and FIBRE SWEATER COAte******\"****** Respond to the Popular Demands for Service and FAIR Prices at $15. $18 . $20 . $22.50 , $25. $29.5 0 Or even those of higher prices—each will impress you with a material price advantage, the utmost in style and quality---with all the new details at their best. We welcome your inspection with utmost courtesy. Here are some SPECIAL VALUES that you'll appreciate— TubiiIkBlou$eiat$2.98 A splendid lot of neat,new patterns In sties 36 to U. Children's Poplin Coat* at $3.98 •Theser tiro positively a wonderful value and cannot again be bought for so low a price, Silk Skirts at $4.98 You will thanks us for putting you wise on so good a buy—Just look them over at this price. # # * * * # * # * * 4 H t * * * * * * * # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * THIS AND THAT from HERE AND THERE f- FORESTVILLK April 6 . Sain Kumtu was a Kl...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1918

•••^-•V^yA^X^l THE BOOB COUNTY NEWS APBIL 11, 1918 :- vv\"-:-\" ^v':' ' ' ' •\"• • • : A-..' • • :.?.f:.'v^'::- -'' ' • '•^'lE^ttJSBVW S & i £ ^ fe^ft* sai^afe* Vsh\\ wSi.SI'fi. ^ ^ ^ H B i .'^Y^i.'TV .r^/,vf%*i^f,v1' : ',Tv. 1* *-• ^i^fS » * onight there will be American boys in lonely listening posts far out in the desolation f No Man's Land, American boys in the larknessand the mud and cold of the trenches inder the ceaseless thunder of guns and the icream of shells, American boys tramping tlong the pitch-black, shell-torn roads. ing Through: the long, dreary hours, as they wait and watch in the dark, wnile dangers lurk on everjNiand, their thoughts turn- to the homes they haye left behind, homes, on distant farms, in scattered villages, in great cities, and they see in imagination the plea- sant home lights shining out intcrthe night. They A re Fighting Those Home Fires |Ydut backjhere in the peace and safety of the homes they love, can help in the bitter struggle that our...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 11 April 1918

S^S5i»»i 1 ««''tw«ci»rT SI.'•' '•' '•'.••:.'. i:S'v '''-:-.:V V'v.-•::'•/'.:• -V.'-.'? •/•', • •'.\"••'/••••: . ''•'•'\"'•: .-•V'hniro''.,i»niii»»\"'/•niVwfli J|^E:: EIGHi iTrai)0WKC0WrrT|rEW8 iPBn « f j9j8 t i » ^ e Hart Transportation company announces the following crew for theofficially passenger steamer Bon Ami: fp : Capt. Chas. Graves, Green Bay, mas- t e r cP.S: Roulette, Green Bay, mate jHenry Cuman, this city, chief engl- • neeri Ed Fiddler, this city, assistant ^engiheer , Fred RIeboldt. this city, f C.j0tirB:4r-'.'.:. ' . ' : i x Capt. Graves is well and favorably known in these waters having for many yeara past bean in command of boats on Green Bay. Wprk of fitting the Bon An-.l out is nbw'in progress and she will be ready to go into commission as soon as the ice leaves Green bay, which it Is fig- ured will not take place much before the 25th. . 'Raymond FOBS of Washington Har- bor was in the city Saturday, while on his way to Cleveland, where he will- ship on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1918

If You Can't Go Across, You Can Come Across-—Buy a Liberty Bond. T H E DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" VOLUME FOUB STHBGEOS BAY, WISCONSIN TH17RS1UY, APRIL 18, 1918 NUMBER FOB1T.TWO WILL EXCEED QUOTA Liberty Loan Drive Opens Tues- day Most Satisfactory In Ali Parts Of County. MUCH ENTHUSIASM SHOWN JBnsiness Men of City Purchase $40,. ty»Worth of Bonds at Meeting , Hel Monday. .Good Reports THE NEW COUNCIL ORGANIZES A.' W. Lawrence Elected President and Mayor Appoints the Several Committees \"The Indications are tliat Door coun- '••••Tty will far exceed its quota in the Lib- erty Loan drive. \"From. every township in the.county fhe most promising reports are being received daily from the solicitors. Lit- tle difficulty is being experienced in obtaining subscriptions, the people be- ing'apparently anxious to purchase the/, bonds :that are being offered. . On Monday evening a meeting of the business men of the city was called a t .'the council rooms, which was at- tended by abou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1918

S^E^^^p^!^SiSi^S^s^^^^^^§^^^^^P^j^l^gff^^^^^^l^^^S^^^^^ &?&:i&'£$^:l? ilMELY TOPI^a o/SAWYEit ?. T XIttIe Sturgeon Woman Dies /\"Deat h on Thursday morning at an •'\"early, hour claimed Mrs. Mark Hum- l jrtirey, who passed away at herhom \"in Little Sturgeon after aa-'lllness of 'considerable duratlon,du to a com- zplicatlon of dlseapea. • Mrs. Humphrey, whose mnlden name • w a s Annar''Elizabeth Lovell, was 45 ^ycajs-tif age, having been born In the •^town of Alinapee December SI, 1872. On October 23. 1900, she was united i n marriage to Mark Humphrey, since which time she made her home in this «ounty. Deceased is survived by her hus- •band, one son—Thomas, her mother. • one sister* and three brothers. The funeral was held from the late •liome of the deceased on Saturday af- ternoon. Rev. Hclmich of the Morav- i a n church officiating at the services. Th e remains were Interred at Bayside '•cemetery, a large number of friends paying their respects by attending jthe •...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1918

MB DOOB COimTt IfBWS APRIL 18,1918 The Door County News M ••cond-«lMt msttai J a l j ' 1, H i t M tka pottoffloe at Sturgeon B»y, WU- «ndtr tka set of Maroh 8. M7t . PUBLISHED WKEKLT B t THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS UncorporaleJ) • A S b M. liAPLANT. PreiidosU and K u m t ^» . A . LUNDBEBG, Vice-President W.\" WAQENK&, Secretary »nd Tre»iuni, M I X M I »H communication* to The Hswi. ' StorgeoB Bar, WUcomln. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis., ApFil IS, 1918 neighbors know when they bake a loaf. This is the proper sentiment. It shows that they have their country's Interest at heart Let every house- hold adopt the social rule to ridicule the use of wheat flour let every pat- riotic woman take her neighbor to task for violating the regulations, and you will see a wonderful change. Ev- ery Juan, woman and child should take pride in being able to say: \"We do not use all wlieat bread at our house.\" • The first dandelion is greeted Svitli admiration, the • last one w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1918

THE D003 C6PKTT HEWS APBIL 18,1M8 M Si vpBoreas SocJtetjrfThe Dorcaa Society '•sjOl meet wltii Mrs. Harry Scofield on Taesday, April 2Sd. •/.• ^Called to Serrlce—E. jr. Barker, manual training teacher of the public School, has been drafted Into the*aer- •Silce of the government under the re- «ent call, and will leave with the local contingent for camp. | JBg&s for Hospital—The Methodist Monday-school of this city l recently ?'gjeht 24 dozen of eggs to the Metho- dlst hospital In Green Bay and the Jacksonport congregation sent 30 jflozen to the same place. : JPntUny On ' Addition — The Door County : Seed} company i» putting a ffiferick front in. their place of business fctV«m lower- St. John street and other- |i Wise improving • the property. The front will, give them 8 feet more SOOT space. / Dairymen to-Meet—A Cow Testing Aeeting will bo held at the court iouee at 2 p., :m. Saturday, April 20, at County Agent M. B. Goff's office. All'interested In cow testing work a?o reques...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1918

•THE BOOR COPyTY SETTS *PBTt 18^ 1M8 PAGH3 FIVB \"Win. Rieboldt of Milwaukee spent Sunday and Monday in the city on Business. . Frank Jischke of Sister Bay was in the city Tuesday attending to some business matters. Dan Fischer of Green Bay arrived In the city Monday evening to spend a couple of days on business and pleas- ure. . Alex Lundberg of Fish Creek was in tire city Saturday attending to some business matters and renewing old ac- quaintances. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Simon of Green Bay motored here Sunday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Art Huxford and sons. /Joseph Campbell is confined to his bed by Illness, being troubi^wlth Madder complaint His condition is such i s to cause his friends a&jff'u, . Mrs. Olaf Johnson of Milwaukee spent the past week in this city at- tending to some business matters and visiting with friends and relatives. Sam :Perry of Forestville and Rev. O. N. Jordheim of Clav Banks were in the city Monday^ being in attendance at the meeting of the L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1918

• !THE DOOR COUSTt NEWS APRIL l £ l M B ':'\" '' .'.,': \".—-—— from — . •'' - .\"..\". •' HEREAN D THER E EGG HAKBOE Many of the farmers are sowing grain. Edward Roscoe invested in a new tractor recently. Navigation is open, the last of the Ice taking its departure for northern points on Tuesday. Miss Anna Graf of Sturgeon Bay •pent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Martens. Chas. Leverence had a lumber haul- ing bee on Monday. Many of the neighbors assisted. Mr. and Mrs. James Carmody are rejoicing over the arrival of a little flaughter born Monday, April 15th. •-• •''JVan'k Leroy, principal in Dist. 4 is very 111 and has bee/t confined to his home for several days with mumps. Egg Harbor is going over the topand on the Liberty Loan. Now is the time to show your patriotism—not talk it. The teachers in the several districts attended institute at Sturgeon Bay on Thursday and Friday of last week. School was resumed on Monday. Mrs.* IL P. Eamos Is leaving this week for Chicago ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1918

THEftOtifofe(WmTylifEWS -i*MJ1& 1918 lis and That /rom Here and There : BRUSSELS Mr. and Sirs. Louis Gigot and daugh- Lena made a visit to the county it on Monday on a shopping and easure trip. . - .'• rcellin Bburnoville is negotiating several parties for the sale of his loon' property and it is' understood jt Eugene Delwiche is likely to be buyer, providing he disposes of his rm as.he plans. {Brussels is looked to go over\" the in fine style In the Third Liberty bond sale. The people of the Jwnship are fully alive to the need the government and being among i most prosperous citizens in the |unty, propose to put their dollars the service of Uncle Sam. . PAGE SEVBW one of his eyes, so badly were they swollen. [Many of the farmers iq this town pip• finished their seeding last week nd the most of them will complete job this week. One of the' crying eeds of the hour at the present time rain. IjTot within the memory of e oldest inhabitant has their been little moisture fallen at thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 April 1918

THi: JIOOB COUNT* KEWS IPBIL 18,1918 DUBBELBILT ^ SUITS for BOYS 20 Remans Why We Offer Them to Thrify Mothers THE COAT 1 \"Cravenette\" Finished — resists water. 2 Specially shrunk canvas — retains shape. 3 Special hair cloth— non- , breakable front. 4 Double Interlocking seams-—, prevent ripping. 5 Extra interwoven olbow\" — protects against wear? 6 Hand-felled collar — hugs the neck. '•••''•• ' ^:}~':l •7 Specially bar-tacked pac,k- et«—rip-proof. •' S Mechanically sewn buttons —can't come off, 9 \"Walclolh\" special fabrics —Insure wear.. . 10 Double sewn pockets — double strength. In theso tkrlfty times, the price, itself. ' '' '- ' : v : - ,y:r::^r-\\ THE TROUSERS 11 Repair kit — for making patches, etc. 12 \"Cravenette\" Finished —re- sists water. » 13 Specially constructed lining to seat—sanitary. 14 Interwoven double seat — : proof against wear. , 15 Interwoven double knee i— proof against wear, ri -'\"v- 16 Special Interlocking Beanos.- , ^prevent ripping. 17. i)ouble se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1918

^M-^k^tU'i' rV':''i.'- Say Your Bond—If You Haven t Been Solicited Call At Any Bank THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' •OIUME FOtfB STIiKGEOX BAY, WISCONSIN THVBgBAY, APRIL 25, 1918 NUMBER FORTY.THBJW COUNTYBOARDMEETS Joseph Hoslett Re-elected Chair- man and Jay Rogers Vice . Chairman Of Body. COMMITTEES APPOINTED Basinets Of Session Is Finished In One : Day. Money-Appropriated For Highway Maintenance. COUNTY WOMEN'S CONFERENCE To Be Held In This City on Wednes- day, Hay 1st, at Which Program Will Be Rendered The county board of supervisors met in special session in this city on Wednesday morning, the session having been called for the purpose of transacting important business con nected with the highways. The first thing that was done was to effect an organization of the body. Joseph' Hoslett was re-elected chair- man without opposition.and Jay Rog «rs was re-elected vice-chairman ii the same manner. Chairman Hoslett announced the following committees: Equalization—Joseph Da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1918

\"AUtf&TWO '*«»'« THE DOOB CfttmfY JTEW8 APRIL 25,1918 pIMELY TOPICS K :rM:$«^tKvR - V Mrs. Jos. Delorlt Dies Mr8. Jos. Belorlt, an aged and re- «pected resident of the town cf Brus- s eels died on Tuesday of last week «ft^r a, brief illness. XJecedent was born in Belgian in 1843, being 75 years old at the time of fier death. She made her home In 1W4. county during the past 40 years and leaves a son and three daughters. The funeral -was held on Thursday, Undertaker Sloan being in charge. Services were held at tho Catholic £hurch in Roslere, Father Schmidt officiating. Beath Claims Martha Magll After an Illness for the past three •tonths, Miss Martha Magli passed • ^ «w»y oh Monday morning1. ''.\".'• r Miss Magll was 18 years of age, hav- , •'. tag been-born.In the town of Nase- uraanee on Feb. 24, 1900. She was }:' the..daughter of Mrs. Gottlieb Magll, Uerr father having died about Ave anonths ago. Deceased is survived by ftntr brothers and six sisters, Besides Jier mot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1918

The Door County News •aaarai aa aaeond-elaas mattar J«lr x, U1*. at tka poatoffioe at Storceon Ba», Wla- awttau wada* the act of March 8. 1871. Have you all subscribed? come up and be counted.. • If not FUBLIBHCD WEEKLY B l THE POOR COUNTY NEWS '•' UncarforatrJ) mtXh M. LAFIiANT, Prealdeat and Mana«a? 3» WAOXNZB, Secretary and Triatuat. IMrtaa all eonuaoaicationa to Â¥ka Mawa, .: Sturgeon Bay, WUeonala. ^.btcription Price $2.00 Per Year Stargeon Bay, Vh April 25,1918 Bnwe of These \"Critics\" 'there i s a series of individuals in «very community who are on a par with the pro-German propagandists when it comes to interference with the war work. •: yfhesa are the self-appointed critics j -Because of the fact^that they do not tflna fault with the government ia no Reason to assume that they are not in- terfering with the war work. They ,3iave adopted a different plan of ac tlon by criticising the local commit :teeman having charge iif carrying on tthe activities. This is a more eff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1918

•j ^i^Episcopal-Serrlce-.-jf- Rev. Horatio •1 IDWes will hold Episcopal services in ?3B» K- P. ball on Sunday, April 28thr .^ 10:30t-i ^.i-^. ''' ^,.- ,\"•.'•' • ? l ^ ^ ' C l a S s l^eHng^he Liberty ji^|taB8 willineet on Monday everiiri? at the usual'place and members are re- H»ested toi be present Sells Besidenee—& Capt. Albert An- *ereoii within the week sold his resl- /Attice on south Cedar street to' Fred \\ju»Bchntz, the latter taking possession rflVst of the present':weeic Church' Supper—The city Ladies Aid of trie Moravian church will serve •'.supper at the church parlors on ''^ninr^day evening, May 2d. Everybody ia inoat cordially invited to attend. ^.Jlolns Tfcnk Corps-^Peter Overby of itoter Bay within th«w»eta enjlfited l i the tank corps of the service'and v mill take his departureon Friday, the Wth.rfor Columbtts Barracks, Ohio. v Sale Not Made—The deal whereby f, flteoryPuehler was to dispose of his drayihg and ice business to A.' L. Jttozeile has fallen thru...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1918

W^eWeWW'Prini Ernest Anclam of Baileys Harbor •wastothe city Tuesday on a business trip. , Mrs. Fred Kuehl returned home the latter part of last week from a three weeks' visit with her narenta. Dr. Clarence Rieboldt arrived from. Denmark on Wednesday to participate in tie Janhching celebration today. funeral of the former's mother, Mrs. George Barrandl the latter was one of the early,settlers of our neighboring county, where she had made her home since 1856.. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Klinkenberg were most pleasantly surprised on Tuesday afternoon by a number of their .friends who gathered at their home to tender a farewell. Mr. and August Djraize of Union spent part'Mrs. Klinkenberg expect to take.their of ...Thursday and .Friday in the city 'attending to some business matters. 4Ierity -G«rlache of Clay Banks spent HBeveral .daysin the city on business and pleasure combined during the past week. \" •'• . • • ' . ' ••'\" Mrs. Anna Fetzer McCarthy arrived Irom Antigo, Wis., the latter part...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1918

Mureil, the infant child of Mr. and '-•\" IMTrfl. Rpjr Thorp has been ill for the past several days, but nothing serious Is apprehenOcd. : One of 4jie events of the season was fthe Patriotic supper given In this vlll- age on FWflajr erening of last week, v The affair «ras arranged by the ladies •of the 'Ret 4koaB, for the benefit of •which the tapper -was given. The sreceipta totaled $34.50, giving some .Idea of the large crowd that attended The supper was served at the home of avir. and_Mra. B. C. Thorp and was a movelty as well as a most sumptuous repast Tie decorations' were of~a {patriotic nature and even the eatables •were serrefl In the same line. Salads rresembllng the American flag attract- ed no little attention and similar novel 'dishes were on tlie bill of fare. After the supper 1,-he guests repaired to'the town hall, where Chas. Doolittle pre- sided..v'Hcaro a most delightful and •entertaining program was rendered. This consisted of musical selections and an excellent f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1918

THE DOOB COUNTY NEVT8 APRIL 25,1918 PAGE) SEVBt This and That from :: Here and There ::held Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. \"Whiter Scherer left Tuesday morning for Chi- cago to attend the funeral which was on Wednesday. ' • ' FOEESTVBLLE Morris Fagg spent Tuesday at Stur- geon Bay. ' ' Geo. LehmkuW made a trip to Saw- yer Wednesday. Miss Lena Berg was an Algpma Tis- Uor Wednesday. ' B. J. Awe of Sawyer was here on business Tuesday* Wm. Bastar left Wednesday for Mil- waukee on business. Jos. LInzmeyer went to Luxemburg Saturday on business. Mrs. Sam Perry was a visitor at UNION Celestine Parins, sons Ed and Oliver, and Mrs. Emil\" Monfis made a motor trip to Sturgeon Bay Thursday. Sigurd Sigurdson was the first one. in this town to buy a Liberty Bond and to show the others the way. Rev. J, \"J. Gloudemans returned on Wednesday, from Green Bay and De- Pere where he had spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Martin, Mrs. Wm. Gerondale and Jno. Lamperuer mo-\" tored to Green Bay Monday in the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 April 1918

PAflEitaQirr THE BOOB COPSTY HEWS ^PBH, Syi»I 8 lake Marine News of Local a iJ General interest ' jCrWdricti liinc Besnmes Service The first boat of the Goodrich line is scheduled to arrive here on Satur- day night «r early Sunday morn'ng. The steainer Georgia will leave Chica- go on Friday evening for this and in- termedlatiS-iidrtA ••'•••', On Wxsdjnesday the company estab- lished serf leer to points north, a boat leaving,Chicago for Manitowoc and in- termediate porta. The schedule will be maintained un- til further notice, a boat leaving every Friday iilgiit for this port and every Wednesday for Manitowoc and inter- mediate, ports. GUERNSEY MEETING AT W. I Organization Will Be Effected Tuesday Evening, April 80th of Breeders' Association port at Manitowoc for duty, Mr. Wor-J finishing touches which consist of put- ley enlisted In the iherchant marine t(ng in the spars, etc. . Service'during the winter and ,was I The cost of the boat is about ?400,- placed on the waiting list. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 May 1918

Buy T^ur B o ^ Any Bank THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" T0LT7HE TOTJB STI'RGEOX BAT, WISCONSIN' THlKSDAY. MAY 2, 1918 ORGANIZE GUARDS Petition Sent To Governor For For : mation Of a Home Company In Sturgeon Bay. CONTAINS NAMES OF Enthusiastic Meeting Is Held At Court House On Sunday Afternoon. .. Committees Appointed. . Following the circulation of peti- tions'-by Messrs. H. L. Mahnke, M. B. XJoff and J, F. Lavassor last . week, about eighty signatures were secured, and as a result a meeting was called at' the court house on Sunday after- noon. Enthusiasm ran high among the 70 or-^80 men who attended the gathering, and a company of the WIs- •consin State Guard Keserve,' or com- monly known as the Home Guards, is assured for Sturgeon1 Bay. v The meeting was called to order at 3:00 o'clock and M. B. Goff was nomi- nated chairman by acclamation and H. L.\" Mahnke secretary. The iatter read letters he had received from the roffice of the Adjutant General, and •lso the complete...

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