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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1918

: 1P!AGB:«IX THIS i ^ •'.:\"'''\"',:•':..••'\" '.:\"\": •' from•— ———-\" -.'','. .,.' . HERE AND THERE •'\"'\"* ' '•\"•\"\"• \"'''-' \"••••'•'••••••••••• •••' • • -••' •'-•Â«-*• - ••- '•- i '- • • -•'••• ••.--'•'--- ' :•••-.•-•.•\" ^— •-.. -•.-•• •••.:- .-:.-C:-. .•:.•:-.. •.•,. ,.-...•., .:......,i.i..,.^,.^^-.,.-.-,.-,r • • • — . -• ^ * * * BAILEYS HARBOR Hey. Vogel left Sunday for Green Bay to remain a .few.days. Miss Olga Olson went to Kewaunee last Wednesday on UusinesB. Miss Jameson spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Jacksonport, , The Woerfel family of Sturgeon Bay spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.* C. Blakcfield. Chas. Panter and Ehrlin Hanson iiave gone to Racine to visit relatives for a Week or moro. Capt. Geo. Bennett of Milwaukee spent Sunday here with his family -while repairs were being made on the Bteamer.-Venezuola. A large number of our town people attended the Memorial services at Jacksonport Sunday afternoon in hon- or of Pvt, Lester Dewey Erskine...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1918

THE DOOR COUNTY HEWS HAT 16, J818 PAGE SEVHIt •9- This and That from t: Here anfl There :: ttlPLEWOOD Junior Bed Cross Program The pupils of. the parochial school •will give a program in Babler's hall next Sunday night, May 19, for the Ijenefit of the Junior Red Cross. Ev-{* eryone is cordially invited to attend. The students have worked hard to make the program interesting and en- tertaining and everyone is assured a pleasant evening. Following- is the program: 1 Song, of War Bonds—By School. 2 Recitation—\"A Mother's Faithful Son\"—Josephine Schmelzle. 3 Dialogue—\"When We Are Women.\" 4 Recitation—\"Where Lincoln Stood\" —Clothilda Brey. 5 Dialogue—\"Playing. School.\" 6 Recitation—\"The Kid Has Gone to the Colors\"—Florence Keogh. 7 Dialogue—\"The Patriot's Club.\" 8 Red Cross Drill. 9 Dialogue—\"Friday Afternoon Pro- gram.\"* , 10—Recitation—\"Are You. Doing Your Bit?\"—Anna Bretl. 11 Dialogue—\"On the Camp Ground.\" 12 Tableau. 13 Dialoeue—\"The Days of ^Long Ago.\" 14 Recitat...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 May 1918

&H£lSir-Bacil^:i' \": \" THE DOOB COUKTT SEWS MAT 16,1018 DR. GODDAUD wfll be at the ,Ne»v- Swobc^ Hotel at Sturgeon Bay, E TRUl\"H™\"andthe \"WORDS AND PROMISE S ABE ONLY GOOD WHEN BACKED UP BY DEEDS.\" Or. Goddord. This axiom is just as true today as it was. when Socrates uttered it hundreds of years ago. And I attribute my success as a specialist principally to the fact that 1 never attempt to treat cases that are incurable, and second that I back up my claims by absolute proof. Here is the Proof: Do You Believe'Them? SUCH PROOF [They Say I Cure. WRITE TO ftffEM AND SATISFY YOURSELF. CAN NOT BE MANUFACTURED OR IMITATED. CURED OF APPENDICITIS. Black Creek, Wis., 2-17-13. Dear Doctor:— It Is with pleasure that I write you to say that alter treating with you I am completely cured of Chronic Ap- pendicitis and Gall Stones.- Other doctors wanted to operate. —-I weigh 19 pounds more than I did when I started treatment. I was seat to you by a lady you cured of Gall Stones two ye...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1918

UNTY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"&EWS WORTH WHILE' VOLUME FOUR STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, MAY? 23, 1918 MET A TRAGIC DEATH 1rtis» Gretna Fetzer Loses Her Life In Auto Accident at Manitowoc. y CAR RUNS INTO THE R1VEI{ Two Occupants Of the Machine Are Drowned And two Are Saved. Man's Body Recovered. Mnch Damage Is Inflicted By Hear Rainfall On Sunday Afternoon and Night. No trains Monday ^JOne of the worse rain storms in the history of the county swept over this region on Sunday afternoon and night, during which a great deal of damage was inflicted by the water and the lightning.. \\ The water fell in perfect torrents, flooding the low lands and turning large tracts into miniature lakes, oadbeds were destroyed and bridges A tragedy that touched the heart of1 •fvand culverts carried away. In •the jcommunity as seldom before was '. „„__„ „„ .. . . . . • . . *•\"\" . , . . .. to carry off. -the water and cellars -the distressing announcement of thefl _._.„. «-,,„,, . . . , „ , , ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1918

THE DOOB COmtTT JfKWS Mif i i IMft mmmM TOPICB of SAWYER UNDERMINES THE HOUSE JBcsIdence On Harris Street Is Near- ly Carried Away By Basiling ^ TVaters Snnday Night ^ O n e should visit the premises of the {Herbert house on Harris street to get S.ian ldea^of the enormity of the water fall on Sunday. , //':'-:V Thte'.Ytoiienc Is occupied by Rud- olph JCirchner and la at the present owned by Ed Olson. Sunday after- noon when the rain had swollen the streams in the ditches and highways a .small rlverlet began to flow down Har- TIB street and thru the yard of the t^rebnera,-this having been the natur- al, or«£ather unnatural course that it lias followed for a number oC years. •Heretofore, it has been only a small stream, but on this occasion it be- came a rushing, boiling, surging tor- for Florida, where he is to be employ,- ed in a shipyard that is getting out boats for the government, being a shipcarpenter by trade. Mrs. Chas. Senft, who has been visiting with relatives here for se...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1918

The Door County News M MM&d-eUM in»tt«r M r l , U1A «t Un pottoBoa at Stnneoa Bay, WU- • sudor tto *ot of Marti 8. la?*. PUBLISHED WEEKLY Bl THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS ' (Jnccrporattd) OAHb K. IiAFIiAST, Pretldealutd Managa? NT. WAQENEB, Secretary and Treaaura*. l U m i ' all communications to Tit Bawl, Btorgeon Bay, WUeonsln. SabscriptioD Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis, May 23, 1918 • There are some things that do not appear to improve with age, and they ' are not eggs, either. Mount Kemmel, for which the Ger- mans sacrificed thousands of lives has turned out to be a mole-hill.' All the world loves a cheerful giver. The Red Cross gives you the oppor- tunity to get in on the ground floor. There are time's in the lives of many people when they realize that they have been the victims of misplaced confidence. ' What has become of the senior sen- ator of this state, we seldom see his name mentioned in the press dispatch- es of the country? '/ It does not hurt to give to the Red...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1918

iS*-?M' : S::?^ IF1*\"*' W^Bri&f^Biis ••: 'Measuring the Babies—A larg? num T|»er of babies were measured and --\"weighed in the city during tbe past week.•:'' .'i. - .•'•'' V^JJuyg-'CIty- Team—The city purehas -4KKa new team on Thursday, paying 9425 for them. The horses were fcougM of John Walther of Sevastopol Jjlberty Chorus Meeting—The Lib- e r t y Chorus will meet at the high school on Monday evening, May 27th, and members are urged to attend. Gardner Conple Weds — Raymond ^TWelden and Miss Myrtle Krause were « Saturday married in this city, the ^ceremony being performed by Judge ob Dehos, Advertised Letter List—The follow- Sag letters remain uncalled for at the/ 1, Mr3 Club, is in receipt of a copy of Don- nelley's Red Book, which contains the telephone number of every advertiser in the United States. Business men freauently have occasion to call firms in outside cities, in which event a book of this kind is quite handy. Carload ol Tractors—The -Moeller Garage within the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1918

THE DOOR COCTTf aOEItlS 3ttAt S3, 1918 Dr. J. A. Bpalsbury on Sunday took'RECE1V£ THEIR FIRST CATTLE the Misses Gretna Fetzer and Miss PAGE3 FTVB * * * - Anton Searth of Jacksonport was jn the city Saturday on a business trip- . \" Chas.Toulos arid Geo. Paapes went to Sheboygan to spend a reyr. days with friends. - Glayton Graef returned home Tues- day from a short business trip to Mil- waukee. Attorney W. B. Gaede was a visi- tor at Kewaunee on Monday on legal business. ' Frank rSchuyler of: Fish Creek was in tte city Thursday attending to some •business affai)r&5'.v . H. R. Holand and A.\" E. Doolittle of Bphraim were in the c^ty on business Tuesda morning. John Larson of Liberty Grove was In the \"city Friday attending to aomo fcnsiness matters. ' Friends of Misjs Joiner entertained is her honor at ^Tacoma Beach one •vening within the week. • •'. • '.- • • . X . Mesdames I. Brandeis arid. A. Tew- eles returned home Monday \"evening from a visit at Milwaukee. X. Mr. and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1918

llllltll^^ m^'MmU'tr ii. : • 'i n ••' -'' i i •• ii i . • , i ,.l 1 ~.,.^^SSXmSSSSSSSS»sissSSsaasaeeBam! , •'..\"• .. '.. '•-'- '-•'..: .•• •,\"•' ' from ••,\"\"'.', -•.\"•••''*'.'• :. 'f..-.. HERlAND THER E EGG HARBOR Wedding Bells Ring Men fly •^The marriage of ^liss Frances Wier- (ich and Aksel Peterson was solemn- Jlzed at the Catholic church in this Tillage on Wednesday morning, the I ceremony being performed at 9:00 [«\\5lock by Rev. F. fierneche. The bride was prettily attired in •white crepe de chine and carried a •bouquet of carnations. Miss Jennie Teller acted as bridesmaid and Joseph Kipping as groomsman. A large number of friends and rela- tives attended the wedding and after the ceremony a reception was held »t the home -of tbo bride's parents, U r . and Mrc,1 Joseph Wierich, Among .those from outside in at- tendance at the wedding were Mrs. Kipping of Forestville, Mr^ and Mrs. 3os. Meyer of Algoma and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wlerich of Algoma. The newly married couple wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1918

DOOR COI7HTY mffS^XM S8J. S9W is This and That/rom Here and There JJ \"MTB.'i A baby girt was bora to Mr. and rs, Joseph Llnzmeyer Friday mont- h s \"* baby girl was bora to Mr. and Constant Vendevine- oa Thurs day morning. £ A class of seven, six boya and. one girl, was confirmed at the- Lutheran church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art LehaikuM. Mrs, J. S. Haegle and son John were at Al- goma Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zirbel and chil- dren of Sevastopol motored here Sua- day and spent the day. John Weber arrived here Monday UHHMT Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mathy and John Mathy of Humboldt motored out here Sunday Ferdinand Granius has bought an Interstate touring car from the Brus- sels Garage. Also Chas. Euclide of ^Gardner. Marcellin Baudhuin Sr., returned iiast week from St. Vincent's hospital from Milwaukee to visit with his par- in Green Bay where he had undergone ents and other relatives ca- serious operation. Annie, the oldest daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Delwiche is very sick with b...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 23 May 1918

Smith company^These were purchas- b^en selected. lor tam^ Bids Oa Six Tngs riie Leathern & 'Smith', company Hthin the week submitted bids to, the government -for the construction jof six harbor tugs, to be built at their \\yarda, here. : - These boats are to be 88 feet long $nd of wood, and are to be equipped f'lth non-condensing engines. The 'tugs are to be built for the navy de- partment. Three of the boats are to be com- jpleted by this fall and three next ping. The local company filed bids by [telegraph on Tuesday and will hear om them in a few days. Broke Her Eudder The passenger steamer Bon Ami broke her rudder while operating in the Menominee river on,Monday night, the mishap completely disabling her. The steamer Netfo Denessen was pressed into service and on Tuesday forenoon towed the steamer to this port, and was taken to the shipyard, whore a new rudder stock hast subse- quently been put in and the craft\" ex- pects to be on her regular run again today. The Bon Ami und...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 May 1918

large Crowd Turns Out At Early Hour To See Soldier Boys Leave For Camp. ESCORTED TO THE TRAIN Another Call/Is Made For Selection Of Three Men For Marine Ser- ice. Leave Saturday. It wis the same old, story when the selected boys left for Camp Grant on \"Tuesday morning. The same heart iches, the same sad farewells,. the 'same fond embraces and tear dimmed eyes as when the other, 'contingents \"look their departure for the theater of war: .\". •Notwithstanding the earliness of the hour there was the same crowd at the depot that bid good-bye to the other •boys that preceded them, the public not entirely having lost their inter- est and being desirous of showing the same respect, for one as the .other con- tingent of soldiers. ^ JACOB W. HERRBOLDT WEDS Bride Is Miss Violet Smith, Former Resident of Jacksonport, But Now of Green Bar Jacob Herrboldt, manager of the Door County Seed Co., of this city and Miss Violet Smith of Green Bay were united in marriage at the latter \"city on Monday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 May 1918

mtj&srtio/ t m DOOB COUSTI NEWS MAY SO, IMS lifri&Ei§i& IrlPics ^fSAWYER dtafted men that left ror camp Tues- day morning had the misfortune to contract an ailment of one of his an- ikles a few days before taking his de- parture-and was obliged ia go to the train in ah auto being hardly able to stand on the foot. While the'trouble is not serious it will be several days before he will be able to take his place Miss Sylvia Babeau returned home 'side was taken ill on Friday and con-1 in the training ranks, last'week todomain during the ensu-'fined to his home for the following! Mark and JErnest Cleveland left on ing summer months. ^ _ several days, during which his place'gunday for Manitowoc, where Ibex Bernard Deffoe returned home from .was taken by Ervin Buschmann, as- w e r e a m o n g t he number of selected Green'Bay last week and is visiting slstant on the east side. m e n that, were sent to Camp Grant jvith relatives here. , / The buildings on the Pagel prem-| on Mo...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 May 1918

THE DOOR COUlfTT HEWS MAT 80, IMS' ~ See That He Never Lacks a pouch of • Real GRAVELY Chewing Ping Your fighting man will go to almost any lengths to get good tobacco. Many a man has paid $5 for less good tobacco than you v.-ill send him in a pouch of Real Gravely Chewing Plug. Only coste you 10. cents. Giveany rnnrj a chew of Real Gravely Plug, and he will tell you that's the kind to send. Send the best! Ordinary plug is false economy. It cost less per week to chew Real Gravely, because a small chew of it lasts a long while. If you smoke a pipe, slice Gravely with your knue and add a little to your smoking tobacco. It will give flavor—improve your smoke. ' SEND YOUR FRIEN D I N TH E V. S . SERVIC E A POUCH O F GRAVELY Dealers Ml around here eatTy it in 10^. pouches. A.3c. stamp will put it into his hands in any Training Camp cr Seaport of tho U. S. A. Even \"over there\" a 3c stamp will take it to him. Ynur dealer trill supply envelope and give you official directibiu how to addre...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 May 1918

THE JOO COTOTT NEWS JKAY 30.19*8 sjfc'JManiage Licenses—Ihe following | | | -d|®pUcaUbns have been made for mar- ||g '^rlage. licenses: William . Giienge, Be- g e s 3oit.„ to' Tessie Dickenson, Sawyer $iR city, to Eva Block, Chl- Sv^p^ :r*ago. • \" • ' . . ' • . . . • ll^ v Boy Thrift Stamps—The Boy Scout %£- :.*Tr6qpB .ot this city are organized to Sf' ^ -canvass the homes each week and take ^,••'.'jorders /for' War Savings and Thrift ?YV? Stamps. Order your stamps from the St^JBoy Scouts. | : . The Call to Prayer—The mothers^ |?. jBathers, wives and sweethearts are | d * ! l y praying for victory/and peace. §|j v. Why not join then! each day7at the ?% :^ Jioon hour when the church bellB ring v|': *ut the \"call to prayer? courts in this city -within ttee past week and made to pajr fines of ?5 and costs for having neglected to send their children to school regularly. While they pleaded guilty t& the of fense, ignorance of the law was given as the expuse. Unfortunately for th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 May 1918

THE P 0 6 B COimTY ^ W 8 SHAY 80,1918 Arthur Freeman returned to Green Bay on Tuesday afternoon. '\". Joseph. Renard of Union -was In the city Wednesday on a business trip. Henry Fetzer went to Green Bay Tuesday afternoon on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gislason re- • turned to Washington Island Monday. . J o h n Fitzgerald of Washington Is- land was in the city Monday pa a bus- iness trip. • ' John Perry made one of his period- ical business trips to Forestville on Tuesday morning. Attorney \"W. E. Gaede left on the train Tuesday morning for a short trip to outside points. John B. Desttee is and has been confined to his bed and home for the yast week or more by illness. Mrs. Willis Lockhart went to Green Bay on Tuesday afternoon, where she will henceforth make her home. Miss Marie Kubis left Tuesday for were in the city Monday attending:the* commencement exercises ami celebra^ tic-n incident to the departure of the soldier, boys. ' ..•••' ' H. .Goetz returned home within,...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 May 1918

HERE AND THERE WA8JIJ5G5rW ISLA50 One of the finest pieces of macadam loads to be found in the county Isr1^ oat*. Albert doesn't care so much. Tight here on Washington Wand, if laoy one should happen to ask you. The, building- of: this highway makes It possible to coyer the Ialan-,1 in re- markably Bhort time with a. car and to travel with eaae and comfort. One of the most pleasant affairs of the week waft -the party held at the liomc of Mr, and Mrs, Frank Itichter's lome on Thursday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of the, hos- tess. A largo number of friends par- ticipated In the event and wished the lady many happy roturnB of the day. The BChool board in making the accessary preparations to erect the Stew Hchool house during the ensuing •tunmcr. Plana and specifications are being prepared and propoaals will he asked for In the very near future. This is to be one of the Uncut and moot modern school houses in the county as a matter of course, AH WaHlilngton Jsland peopl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 May 1918

THE DOOB COlTNTT NEWS MAY SO, 1918 This and That from »: Ffere and There :: PAGE SBVBt SS' FORESTTILLE Chas. Wecker, Jr., left Friday for 5Iadison. Miss Linda Lehmkuhl was an Algo- ma visitor Tuesday. • Walter Piehler left Monday for his jome in Montpelier. Jos. Deprey spent Sunday at his home in New Franken. ' Henry Schiesser was a business call- er in Brussels Tuesday. Miss Irene Sloan made a trip to Sturgeon Bay Wednesday. John Sloan made a -business trip to Sturgeon Bay Wednesday. Herman ffreft of Gardner was a vis- itor here for several days this week. John and Chas7 Ltndauer of Algoma were business visitors here Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kreft and chil- dren left \"Saturday for Pelican Lake for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Woller and Mrs. Herman Nauman made a motor trip to Algoma Monday. Louis Gerondale, assistant, cashier 5n the hank, left Saturday being among those drafted In this call.\" Louis Krueger, Jr., and Clarence Wolske left Wednesday .for Manito-, •woe where the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 30 May 1918

-PAGE EIGHT *HE BOOKCOUNTY NEWS MAY 30,1918 take Marine News of Local aal General Interest GIVEN FINE SEND OFF Continued From, Page One The fishing tug Search, Capt. Pat Chambers of Fish Creek w a | in port ^tm Saturday. v The fishing tug Martin True of Me- nominee, MIch.J passed thru the bay Monday on her (way south. The sail \"yacht Tipperary came la, Tuesday afternoon and laid here over, Haven, Mich.'.\"iyith stone wlier2 her owners.have a large contract to fill. The tug -N. Boutin, Capt. Bob Laur- ie, left Sunday nigh for Milwaukee with the stone laden barge Andrew In charge, which had been loaded at the-,, ~„ „ . ,, . , „ .,. , • - - . iboys. were in line to perform this sad Sturgeon Bay stone company quarry. I The deck-load of. stone was covered wi£he brush, which had beetn secured to a certain degree the lingering and'*|ij tearful farewells of the '.relatives, j L£j who had 'but a brier time while the, u - m DUBBELBIlVrPIlIGE $9.75 night while on her way to Green Bay fronr ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 June 1918

THE DOOR C O U N Ti NEWS—' 'NEWS WORTH W H I L E\" VOIiPME FOUB STURGEON BAT, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, JIHVE 6, 1018 ANOTHER CALL MADE IProvost Marital Crowder Asks For Mobilization of 280,000 Jane 24 to 29, C 0 P TY QUOTA IS NINE Men Will Be Sent To Ft. Rifey, Kan. Call Also Made ForFive Men For Mechanical Service. NUMBER FOBTLNIliE PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL Allow Bill of Boor County State Bank For $427.71 Refund of Taxes. Suspend 1% Ordinance Aa official annpuncement was made from Washingtonon Friday that 280,- 00 men will be called to the colors Ihis month. They will be ordered to report June 24th, but as it is not definitely decided as to what camp they will be assigned the list of apportionments for each -county of the state has not been given out officially. The quota is said to be based on estimates of the •space available in camps and cantonments. If the rate of shipment of troops across is raised, .still Jnore men'.will be called and it is not improbable that the number .summo...

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