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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

m?*w^M*$:^#^&&ffii : M(8qiBlto»-7-Th wet weather of last -ijaontb. baa made the crop of mos-t »|irtds flourish in a very prollflc man- .j-fMBP.'.,•\" •. - Chimney Flre-pThe department was •J»alled out on Thursday afternoon last S»y a'chimney fire in the residence of afonnan LaPlant in the Third ward. Bath House Opens—During the past -week .the hath house in this city was formally opened for the season, and is «galn In charge of Wm. A. Sanderson. Marriage Licenses—The following •marriage licenses ,have been posted Coring the past week: Joseph Ciha to .Octavia Dandois, Brussels Aberdeen .^Birmingham to beola Jensen, Sevasto- pol. Is ifow lieutenant—J. H. McGillan **f Green Bay was on June 10th pro- moted to a lieutenancy. Lieut. Mc- Willan waB the principal speaker at \"toe launching celebration held in this *ity. ' ''•• Given Ifame—Within the week the local Home Guards company were -«Weti the title of Seperate Company No 14, Wisconsin State Reserves. This* is the fourte...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

THE DOfJE COUITSTUTETTS jftj»fi S», 1918 -PAGE SBVEW BEEN IN HOSPITAL IN FRANCE JohH Webb Becoverlng From Attack of Rheumatism. Soldiers Appre- ciate. Support Given Them •Â£ McKeTcher arrived in the city Saturday and will remain for an in- definite length of time. 'Wis. Lawrence Squier on Wednes- day the 12th, presented her husband with a bouncing baby boy. The home of Sheriff and Mrs. Eli Stegmanri was gladdened on Friday iy the arrival of a baby boy. Dr. Clarence Rieboldt of Denmark, Ifis., spent several days here the past •week, visiting at his old home. Mrs Clayton Graef and son left on Tuesday afternoon for Palmyra and Milwaukee to visit with relatives. James Maples and niece Myrtle went to Milwaukee Tuesday evening to »pend an indefinite length of time. Matt Perry of Forestville was in the city Friday attending to some business affairs and calling on old acquaint- ances. Dr. H. F.- Hilton spent several days i» •Chicago last week in atttendance at the convention of the' Med...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

, -i'i l -\" '^•:A•r^.7i^-!v'/^'•v^*:T•^Vr,.rV•*-ri!'.\"••.':-:---\"- • ' •:•=.••.••\"• ' --.-'-.. v\"-:''- -',-'': V\"'-i v' ''!^: ''\\: 'J»7xirM^lfttftv ••'..\",•\"'•\"•.• .'::'. •.''.-\"•.•'.'. -»: .-.'.' \"^ ?\"•'•'••: V'-''::«'.-:' •.•'•• ..••v.-'-, •'•/• : : • • • - , - » • , • . • / . , -, -.\". :'»'--'v :--:?\\v' • .'- /-: ., v PAGE EIGHT WK»doiB0infinf^Wa-'- 8 JUNES^IMS «*jc»jtk » c x k x x*x« itxxx* x x x K,X xn**«** Being a Membei* of the FederaTReserve Bank at Chicago, Seventh District IN JOINING THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM WE4KGREASE OUR SERVICE t d THE While the Bank of'Sturgeon Bay has previously aided th Gov- ernment in the sale of Liberty Bonds and all other war activities, we ^consider it a matter of patriotism, particularly during the war crisis to co-operate as fully as is possible—we feel that the Nation needs the 'State Banks' as well as-the National Banks' close'affiliation, in carry- ing but, gigantic money program. ^ It h the closest co-operation o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

^HE^fi^ ^^JVW^^WS-- IMPORTANT NOTICEl- PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES PRO& ^ CLAIMS FRIDAY, JTOJE 28, 1918 as •'Cf NATIONAL, WAR SAVINGS DAY 2 I' l^7:Y!- GOVERNQRS# AND MAYORS MAKE SIMILAR PROCLAMATIONS _ * j ^ MEETINGS WlLL BE HELD IN EVERY COM- i_*\"*-- ..'!'. MUNPTY TO SECURE SUBSCRIPTIONS ^ •—-~f FOR WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS : - .''.••'-' Pursuant to the proclamation of the President of the United States and the Governor of this ___ State, I, War Savings Director for Wisconsin act- ''TgT ing under the authority of the United States 'Treasury Department, have called all taxpayers and wage-earners to meet on Friday, June 28th, to give, their subscriptions for War Savings Stamps. In rural communities and the smaller towns and cities* meetings will be held in thev school houses at 2 p.m. ^ The school officers will conduct the meeting in each school house, keeping a record of the pro- ceedings and reporting the names of all persons' present and the amount of War Savings Stamps subscrib...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 June 1918

t^ft^TE^ ft THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS J ^ E 20^W8 •v::-? '-i ^-'-jV-^rrr . AW for Iilghtkeepers Congress has finally recognized the t*.services of the ll'ghtkeepers and haa passed a bill for • the relief of aged lighthouse tenders, and appropriating .money for the improvement of aids to .navigation along the*sea coasts and . t h e Great LakeB Under .the terms of the bill, a man Who reaches the ago of 65 years any ha* been in the light- house service, for 30 years may re- tire. When he. reaches the age of 70, retirement is compulsory. Any man \"who has been in the service 30 years r,gets three-fourths of his regular pay as a pension. If he reaches the re- .tlrement age, but has been In service less than 30 years, he gets a pension of one-fourtli of a year's pay for every year he haa been in the service. -The, Local Exemption Board for The average pay of the lighthouse l c o u n t y h e l d a meeting on Mon- tcnders is but $559 a year, and it h a s ] d a y e v e n l n K. at .which* time np...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

ft^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE',' VOLUME FOUB ^STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN THOtSJUY, JVM: 27, 191S NUMBER FIFTY-TWO BIG CALL FOR JULY Over 200 Men Will Be Inducted In- to The (Service' From This County Next Month. WILL EXHAUST CLASS ONE tKames Of Those Who Will Be Called On To Go. Married Men Will Be Summoned This Time. The state of,Wisconsin has been called upon to furnish nearly 20 000 men during the month of July. This county will be obliged to sup- ply in the neighborhood 'of 200 men as its quota of the call. . This, means-that all of the Class One men will be inducted into the service from this county. There are not enough men in this •class to supply the demand made upon the county and it will become neces- sary to reclassify some of the regis- trants in order to secure the required number. . . . The biggest call falls on July 22. at which time 128 men will be .en- trained. The following, calls have been re- ceived by the Local Board: , During the five day period begi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

THE 1M)0B COPSTY ygy8 JP!f^ « , 1918 IIIMELY- TOPICS of SAWYERS ^ r . :C. 0. Segno Weds :From reliable sources we learn ?tbat \"assistant surgeon of the U. S, f3^. K., Dr. C. O. Eogne and Miss Char- lotte M.Brey of the Presbyterian. hos- jjlrttal, Chicago, were married June 5th 'sat Northfleld,,Minn., while the doctor fwas on a ten days' furlough attend- ing the ccfamoncement exercises of 'the St, Olaf College, at which occa- sion his youngest sister, Miss Aman- 3a Rogne of this ward graduated. The wedding took place In the beau- tiful home of Prof. K. Holland in the presence of all the members of the groom's family and some friends. Miss Amanda Rogne, acted as bridesmaid »nd Dr. Phillip M, Runsvold of Madi- *on. South Dakota,, groomsman. The ceremony\" was performed by the • -.groom's father, Rov. E. T. Rogne. The wedding frelng of a military Mature flags and uniforms were In narked degree. The bride was late- ly In charge •* the district work of *he Presbyterian hospital. She is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

THE DOOR COTWTT KEW8 JUNE 27, WIS PAGE THHJSEfe? * • ! ! • • • • • W II II B • • • • • • • • - - - - - . , . , . , Real Gravely Chewing Plug gives a piire, cieaa tobacco taste~a lastingtobaccosat- isfaction that the chewer of ordinarv tobaccodoesn't get. Peytt \"9 i ton Brand Real Gravely Chewing Plug 10c a pouch—and worthit Gravely last* to mack longer it cot It no more to chttothan ordinary plug P. B, Gravely Tobacco Company Danville,/Virginia arm • • • ^ • • • • • • • i . f f i 1 l | , . , . , , , , , , , , , , . , , „ j Tfte ZXo County News •ataraa as iMond-elui matter July 14 l i l t at taa poitoffloe at Sturgeon B » T , WU- M U U . aider the act of March 8. 187». F C B U 8 H E D WXIKL.Y B l THEJDOOR COUNTYINEWS Uf X. UiPLAHT. Prwitot uri M u i m V WAQXMCB, Btcietnrj .and TTekiorar. M i n n all eommanleatiooa td Tat H»wi, Btnrjeon Bar, Wlieoniln. Sabicription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis., June 27, 1918 \"Woman Suffrage will no doubt be put to' a vote of the people...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

ermans Enter trenches at Blig- f ^ n y but Are Driven Out by iffc ^\\- '-':v'i douhte.r-Attack.' ENEMY DRIVE IS NEAR (Military Critics Predict Next Offensive Will Be Greatest Battle of the ' ' ( W a r — Q u i e t on United •••'{ States Front. ' : • ( ! .• . . • • • ' London, Juno 21.—Gorman forces -attacked tin.' entente allied positions '.-••jat Bligny, about eight miles southwest jof Itcims, and NueeiM'ded tlmipbrnrily in gaining n foolinj- in iiw, alllod .[trenches, Hie French wniv pilice^ an- ).. A vigorous coiuii^r-itttaclrhyFnPli's •jtroops, however, (lulofcly:-ojoetfti the •.-•Ononiy. and nwsfiibllshoi]Ithefme/: in ••Ms• entirc.ity.. ' . -• ••' : * •'••\\ British troops fiuwe^i^jypViii|teil' \\.\\lhe- German lines.(noflr iiorftnOTWrt and nwcauoy: i»»d imiitUTOi ^Vriuinnr of 'prl.v«iiicfs,'.,t:lu! liriUsii/i^i'• of|e .:• . -sa.v.si'•A SlimgCenhHii itltiick bn'tlib: £Jrltfslr positions west-M: Mbrrl^wttS: V.'repulsed. . •'.' ''•••''\":'--'. v''^-x'l-.'.:!'H\\^ # Another- 6(...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

•HUB BOOBCQTDOTI KEWS JUNE 27, 1S18 uiiuuiniuunniininiiiiiiiniiiQ ff&wsi of the! Badger State! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiii :.i Madison—A' total of 873 degrees and Slplomas of graduation were conferred topon members of the graduating class at commencement at the University of Wisconsin.. With 179 graduated since last commencement, the total for the jjrear IB 1,052. War diplomas were con- ferred on 254 men who have left to enter war service since fall. Of these, 208 received their diplomas now, and lorty-Bix received diplomas during the .\"year. •.. ^ Madison —Upon complaint of J. H. UcGowan, county food administrator, Herman Moede, of Luxemburg, has' been charged with violating the food .regulation forbidding the hoarding of flour. Mr. Moede was ordered 'to. pay jJBO t the Luxemburg Red Cross Enburo iapter, and directed to take the sui» us amount of flour back to the Lu * g Milling corifpany. ' La Crosse — After thrilling his friends here for several months ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

CELEBRATION ON THE FOURTH CLASSIFIED y:kii^EKiiSSMEm Patriotic Demonstration To lie Pa r tlcfpated In By Entire Com t». Program of Day !/lfIli Serte Dinner—The Door Coun S^fer Nurses will serve dinner on July iftQi. Everybody la Invited. J Sewing Circle—Everybody 1B Invited $$to come and sew with the Rebekah ^Jewing Circle at the Red Cross rooms Vvpm' Friday afternoon. Donates $50—-I* Albert Karel of Ke- waunee contributed to the Home S^Gnards within the past week the do- amtion having been made thru Henry VaFfetzer. \" Joins Medical Beserve—Dr. C. E. \"aiieboldt, who was vUiting, relaijves Jhere, left on Saturday for Camp Shel- '\"^by, Miss., where he Joins the medical preserve corps as a dentist. Brother Dies—Messrs. Victor and Jlugene Dubois of this city were call- • *d to Green Bay on Tuosday by the •jleath of their brother Jules, a former •resident of the town rr Union. Tho • *uneral was held on Wednesday. .Acknowledgment*—We acknowledge 3he receipt from Dr. H. A. Norden of a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

'•:*6B^5dS'c«iiawf Rudolph Seidemann and family of 'Algoma were visitore In the city on Sunday- Ernest Jadin and Ernest Leroy ot- the town of Union -were in the city [Tuesday. Omar and Miss Clara Lavlolette of Gardner were Tisitors in the city on •Tuesday.- \". Edward Kirchenberg, who recently jinderwent an operation for rSpture, is getting along nicely. \"\"_ -\\ Mrs. Jennie Chapman of Chicago ar- rived here Monday to visit with her pother Mrs. Laura Rose. ' Mrs. Louise Powers left for Lewis- ton, Minn., the first of the week to visit with her uncle, Father Madden. Arnt Hogensqn of Ellison Bay was * visitor in the city on Tuesday, dur- ing which he paid this office a pleas- ant call Mrs. P. Willems of Brussels, accom- panied by her children—Helen, Dan and Louis, were in the city Friday on a pleasure trip Miss Ruby \"Wilkie was discharged from the Egeland hospital the latter part of the (week and returned to her tome in Valmy. Mrs. \"Win. .Donovan and daugter Zoe returned from Gree...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

l||liiiiittiiSli|iiwif: •team ENDARINHEAD d Method Now That So Few Are Being Printed. JtUc Mental Arithmetic Required by Bytem Which Is Explained Here - Little Rhyme to Be Com* ^\" mltted to Memory. Calendars for 1918 are going to be rarce, partly on account of the paper diortage and partly because advertls- jra are cutting down expenses, the krge Insurance companies, for in- stance, having made It a rule that their Igents will have to print their own calendars. It used to be that one was landed with calendars/of all sorts and .tapes about the first of the year how me'has to buy them. Why buy a calendar If one can carry he whole thing In one's, head? There ! (re several ways in which one can flg- ffe out the day of the'week upon rblcb any day of the month will fall, tot the majority of them require an imount of mental-arithmetic that la •eyond the powers of the man In a lorry, or the woman arranging for a i Here is a simple calendar arranged W fi memory expert. It consists of twelve...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

i|^|and^Fhat front tfeiri andThere:: I Badger StateI FOEESTVILLE Mrs. Herman Nauman spent Sunday at .-Algoma. . . Art Bauman motored to Algohia Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Perry spent Mon- day at Sturgeon Bay. ... John W. Haegele visited at Algoma several days this week. ,y ' , Ernil Erdmann of Algoma was a' •visitor here on Thursday. Mrs. Emil Weber spent several days Tisiting at Algoma this-week. •'. Fred Zirbel motored to Sevastopol Sunday to visit his brother Oscar.' Felix Monfils of Green Bay visited lere Friday ywitli his brother John. Frank Rass and Ernest Stueber made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay •Tuesday. • ' -•-•. Morris Fagg went to Sturgeon Bay Monday to inquire about enlisting in the navy.: \". • \": •. • '•'..•'• :'yy: .„y Miss Ella.-Boettcher went'toi Sawyer Saturday to spend over Sunday with her parents.' [?.-.',. _• , , •'...-,-• '•: •'°- :':• Miss Florence Perry left -Wednesday for.'Barton where she will .visit with Miss Maxla, Mitters.,\"'' . • • Mivj...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

l l l i f l l l ^ IHIIAND fMH from HH&EANJ THERE SEYASTOPOI. ,'\"••'•\".•:.. .':8hofe8Jde 1B beginning to resume Us *uSmr6r activity. Among the recent ' : «rrivals are Mrs. Fred Watters and .family of Shelby, Ohio, and Mrs. G. L. PIttinger of Centralla, III. The frost on Saturday night did -eome damage in parts of this town, xeports stating that a few cherry (trees were injured in spots as well as .feome of the vegetables In the law- 'S'Jaads., ^Preparations are being made to have one of the greatest times in the history of the township at the Peter- •llka place on the Fourth. There will s*k ^,l|g dancing and music all day and into \"fee »T£la,l hours of the following morn- Alice Renard and Eli Martin, autoed to Green Bay\" Tuesday to visit a rela- tives of their who is in a hospital there Word was received here last Sat- urday. t h a t ?vt J o n n Gerondale had been Transferred from Camp Grant to a camp in West Virginia and Pvt. John Delfosse to a camp in Florida, '' • Sigur...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

STHK pt»B ewirar imre JITKB 27, ms wt PAGBI ELEVEN IPNTYflEWS August Gabert put up a large new barn- recently, the raising taking place on Thursday. Mrs. Jack Bungle and little son are guests of Mr. and Mrs.r Emll Krueger since Monday. * .« Fred Martens, Hans Hanson and Ed Gaanon attended a meeting at Baileys Harbor Saturday eve. Miss Peart Calhoun left for Ellison Bay recently where she will be em- ployed in an ice cream parlor during the summer months. •:•••'• Ed Gagnon and family took a trip to Sister Bay Sunday..' Mrs. Gagnon and children remained for a few days visit with relatives. Chas. Carmody and family recently moved here from Esonnaba onto the Arthur Kuehn farm, which Mr. Car- mody has purchased. Egg .Harbor South Branch of Red Cross gave an ice cream social at the home of Hans Hanson last Sunday, the affair was most successful and a most satisfactory sum realized. Mrs. John Bertschinger entertained her sister-in-law, Mrs, Gunther of Milwaukee the past week.. Mrs. Gun- ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 June 1918

t ^i/J^r*/ 1 ^^ •n^r^ -o ro'#/6nail/'& \"} 'V I - 1 _ IW^ * « ^ W « . , A nearly 800,000 young men W h regis M ^ B m ^ S H B a j i ^ ^ ' '•••'/•/• • (Joodricli IJn© Schedule::'y • \" Thia port will haye/ two boate a ifreek from Chicago irom^ihis time on, one of whicli (will go/north to Mack- inac'lsland and the,other coming Only to'this city. « Beginning with June 25th aud con- '• Uniting to August 27 the steamer Caro- Jdna will leave Chicago every Tues- day afternoon at 1 o'clock, arriving here at i r Wednesday forenoon, where after stopping an hour she will leave St noon for Mackinac Inland,/stopping at Pish Creek, Bphraim, Sister Bay and 'Wfashingloa-Island enroute. Re- turning the Carolina stops at the same ports along this peninsula ar- riving here at 11 o'clock Thursday night and leaves at 12, making no more stops until she reaches Milwau- :~Tkee, arriving ia Chicago at 4:30 Frl day afternoon. -MI „,.„. The steamer Georgia beginning on and\"been\"classmed b June 28th t...

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

WimM V SlC!i THE DOOR COUHTymE^^^NEl^ ^ORTK WHILE W.OHnttEEIYE STfTBGEQN BAY, ^mSCOKSlN'^'^H^DAV^ULY-4, lvi« . NUMBER ONH vABTHUil'BMDENHAGEN OF SEVAS- J^TOPOIi REPORTED KILLED IN ^^CTJLON': ON 3»L*Â¥ 2m. y,:zr':'•••- WmsmmmsB K3BoifcTffere Metabersjai Co. Ff 5th Wjs, ••Â£'f?Xte'.sa)L^ V^fioonsrec^iysd annbonii^^ death idtf ^ t t o b o i ^ttii^ B^deuhagen)-^lio J-wafeIdlllted- In action on May 29%, the vdat£ : ^t^bi g battle at Cantigriy . . H(AiTUiu ^Bridenhagen would : have :^eetfc B l e a r s bid 'July-9th. He. enlisted ^.in~Obi:'IV ofUie Rational Guards, May • : a, :]^i^'that' :'' \" : ^yi~June :aii| i3^8(li: _ ?'$&•\" yiBride: ^elnfr organized in this city transiterred to Co. •were sent Mrs.'Otto • - - : • • % • •-, • . the father \\Natip: lives in «ix others France suff' sd pn'th© All of thes isame battle fiercest strugg' otrg^on county old Co. F, of the. have lost their ght-. for democracy.' -while in the hospitals of tag with wounds receiv- [d of battle, f /' brave ...

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

JAkGBTWO SgC'MiJ1\",\": ,sss mimmm TOPICS ofSAWYER Making Good In th e Ser»Ice ^•'' .jjnriendf» .of '.En'sor Putman, son of 'afrs Otto Olson, will be pleases to ^ a r n tUat h o Is making good In th e £ i t s j b e in\" which he is enlisted. H e i ^ In th e aviation school a t St. Paul, e M l n h . A letter received within the w e o k by his mother indicates the spir- i t and morale of the boys who are do- i n g their bit for Uncle Sam. H e writes: -'''::\\v.:-v:\"\"'St.:.'Pftul, Minn., Jun e 21, 1918. Deares t Mother\": . - ' . . . . ' I received the box OK and sure was s o m e tickled t o get It. Th e cakes •were th e best I have tasted for ten years , It seemed. My bunk-mate sure d u g , into it an d we ha d a regular least s Ono thing which ls ( shown very .greatly in the arm y is unselfishness. If one has anything good iie is always ready t o shar e with others, an d 1 g,et Jot s of stuff from my bunk-tnatos when they receive tilings from home I a m going to school every day...

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

r ••O-.^' •••••^'^''M^^Mm:^i^^^^^^^W^ THRDOOB COTTKTY KETTS JULY 4, 1918 IIIM • • • i m x m a i ^ • • • i l H I3EC0P The man who knows the com- fort of a good-tasting chew stickstoRealGravelyChewing Plug everytime. Lasts longer than ordinary tobacco, too. '.'\" Peyton Brand Real Gravely Chewing Plug 10c a pouch—and worth it Gravely lastsaomnchlonger it coif homore tochcwthanordinary plag aniMiiinEjLB The Door County News •Html M iMond-elau MM »t tk« poiteffloe »t Sthrceon B»T, Maala. wider tka »ot of M4reb 8. 187». P. B. Gravely Tobacco Company Danville, Virginia, matter Jol j X, PUBLISHED WISELY B I THEIDOOR COUNTYJJEWS Uncerpori&J)k i JL LAPLANT, Pro*4«9t ana Mauftr -WAGENEB, Beerettr/ and TraMorar. •nra. AffrMi all eommunic»tionl to Tat Etorgeoa Bay, Wfiooniln. Subscription Price $400 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wlgj, jjnly 4, 1918 The decision of Pro\\jost Marshall General Crowder that 111 registrants •with children horn or inborn before June 9th would not be (rafted has ...

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