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

THE'DOOR COTOtTI JHETi^J K!WfiE « i 1914 !-&>3« 7??m W^^l^mWmt feif ijay^Bflg^fs was a visitor in our J.rfl^ttoniey^Gaede made a business trip ^^5ri^^i^' , Thursday /\\C v/..\"' _ •'/'.. |^MiBS.\"iiuth ThorpSunday at Algo- glmirisitiiiB friends and relatives. | ||j^incent Cnurm spent a few days ^Jj^ithia^oity on business last week. f ^*& E Schumacherj, wife and son of l^tiiufeinberg Sundayed in this city. S|||fe J : Jischke of Sister Bay was in • SfUflB city oh a business trip Saturday. J^iiilohn A. Boguist and wife of Sister iiBiay transacted business in- this city '?-Stturday. . •\". i - ft||}Mis8 Stella Weber of For^stville.vis- -iltei herei with friends Thursday and ^•jKciday^-.' •-...' '•:y':'.--^)•]'•'']•' 5 v^Mrs Carl Blank of Csirlsyille- was in ^thii8,city Thursday• while' ehroute to S .i}reen Bay .: • ,. '..,•.. ' :~• •'.,V .v.v'v.- ?f Ai 6. Rose(returned from a busi- iness trip to outside points Sunday 'i/ihornirig. •'.'\"'' .'•'.. '\"-r'-VrA : (: ^Marir ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 October 1914

IttixMm I ISllNfitRESt!N!5 lew's i/MMmlrtir«^Look /-Forward/to£EI«K»tloii |y$?/:Qfffceira.|aiitf '•' Spirited/ Contestv •:. [£/5/la//£redlc^ /\"jdent In Attendance. : , ..: g^^tod^n^^ho ^ eighteenth annual Ifi»tot©^craf€i^^a/br -the Daughters of ^he American Revolution In Wisconsin l|$jj)«aiW •/•/?/ M0Tbai&^&reacQprogramjs especial- SjilyjJnt^^ui^X-^Th© result of the elec- :^tt^0t^Kbeihig^keenly anticipated, • as gji Chier6ti8. great uncertainty \\ as to what §.{€tu outcome ^willV b:e^v \"Meinberfl most'those M^«^^^J^^^wlM^:'6ti\\iA^ state ^:ioi«^«atlon1 /^ou[ii not .venture to §g prophesy/ Whp the new BJ&te bfllcera, 3?-^ili?bevft(ir''the cbmingiyeah ' |g|:.^b/pjrOTence//^ iSxipfngs Story, national president of the g£|iai^ters'jotI the American Revolu- jA?&{^4^)B^B^ tl^e, conference pt even 5 Uabw/than' ordinary •significance to the M ^ ^ h t e M ^roughbut the Btate, while /^:natipnai 'Vice-president/^rs///\\Vii: / , jiiiifo: BbW^ f ^oIhnUorialchalrm...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 October 1914

I^f^^fWW^:Mi^S'i^'0^' -i^-' TIIE BbOBvtoiistnr instrat oemwEB tii-ini.: sill iiy^Pijiin S^ip^aitd There-:: pTASHIllGTON ISLAND j|j4r6 vWini OTalloch Is- ill vrtthx auat- j^i^ 'pf} -heMt-:tr6uble,: -'\\:'V(v ^Mrel'}lfc !P.' Kincaide feel \"and hurt l^ :anii'last:•.Friday.''.' ..-.:-i - ''^:^ ^JojteHannesbn went to Green Bay (Sorfaii operation last week. ? S Harry Dana of Sturgeon BayH was ffiere Saturday and fixed Hans B Han-Abe wn*8 car.•':•':•'••/•' .*•:•'.':. '••'^'^•T ''^-^-^':- /-: vLars was operated on.'last y^eek.::.: At this writing^hejiaJ getting stfphg very •'well -:' ••••. \\'^^:0 - : jvMr. 'Christian Jensen was v taken rery ill Friday night Cwith^vheart rouble but is eqnsideablev easier ?at his writing. : \"' , '•' • .-•: ^•• v': ' : :- ..' ^.apt. p. O. Peterson has-been 1^'pine ajfew days from - Pes.htigo light Aphip: Wisjis the-last vjsit befpre^he ship laysi Tip for winter quarters :^^L'J ijphn Anderson of Menbmi^eeVMich, i? looking after his.farm here^gener- ally.:He ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 October 1914

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Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 October 1914

g ttp DOOR COUNTY NEWS-i*?NEWS WORTH WHILE VOLUME STURGEON BAI,WSCONSISi: WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28, 1914 NUMBER NINETEEN sin Co. Addresses Large Audience in Forestville, Maple- wood, Baileys Harbor and Other Towns l ^ l l l ^ The The Speaker | A o ^ ^ ^ r y ^Auw^Btic and Showed Their fnteiy • % & Igf-Oh^Monday' night, atForestville , Thomas Konop addressed an audience !jirfialMmti-.onei hundred voters. An , liour :and( la%,,at Maplewood, h spoke to an audience of about three ^Un^red ,ybters on the Issues' of the coming election. \"' :' ^ i n 5 spite of- the cold weather, and -the extreme coldness of the two .halls, ' due!\"to the fact that stoves: had not |atvthiB time^been installed) he, held xboth audiences for over an hour,'and Sequent outbursts ot applause gave election, you have on your Statute Books: * ... • • . -' ' 1. The underwood TariifBilli . 2. The Currency Bill. 3. the interstate^ Traffic Bill and the Clayton Antt-Trust Bill. : .The Democrats hayo redeemed their pledges...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 October 1914

liillllll§||ll||if PliiiiliiiiiiPll I i: jUisB Emma Tesar, a daughter of •Peter Tesarof Nasewuupeo, and An-:''. •I'drewMAvrence .•:W Forestville -were • marriedWednesday morning, October' •jSli by-Father Pfetferytorthe Corptia ii^rtet|^church :in'i Sawyer. \\.j. :. •\":r y'^Mlss pose Prausa of 32&*co was maid of honor and the bride's brother, Joseph, «ave her. away. The Misses Nellie Ray and Nellie Lawrence serv- ed the brJde as brldematda while Br- «eai='Witske • • and Joseph Linzmeyer, : :l»btli of Foresfoi'Ule were groomsmen. S '!{The bfIde was attired In white, cttar- i^use-and jh^':a' cap yell, The young ladies who attended her were In white. fiVKiAX^ir-.UiB'-cerBinon'y a reception,was ^/ield atSthe homei of\\ the brlde'a par enta In Nasewaupee and a dance -In the evening was enjoyed by the guests. •gTtelirlilegronwas fomerly of Al- : soma but has charge of a barber shop nin ForeatvUle i t present That is :• -where the young couple expect tooperated make their home. - T...

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

THE DOOB COUBfTT N E W WmiS AND THAT m from WEm AND THER E Mw^ TiUIe Mbbre of Maplewood \\ls g^guest of her aunt, Mrs. James Aden-for a ' e ^ flays- Mrs RobhiiBpn returned to her home Pensaukee on Monday after Bpend- g a few, weeks visiting her sister, re W, D. Spalsbury. The teacb^rfl of this town all attend- e e school board convention on onday at Sturgeon Bay and the mem- irs of the school board were also attendance. ' . Mrs. Gladys Ihlenfelt left Friday to insult a specialist concerning her iidth. There \"will be no school on onday as she will be unable to re- inbefore Monday night. Eugene\"Hoslett left here on Mon- iy for bis home in Chicago after lending a couple of weeks visiting parents, Mr.- and Mrs. John Hos tt of Salona and his. brothers and eir families of. Sawyer.\" John Simon of Sawyer made a bus- ess trip here on Friday. The farmers are Just completing the threat of their potato crop and they sport a plentiful crop, but wish that e prices were higher. Fred Helmbecker ...

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

$ ^ f ^ j f f i ^ •Ji *Entefed M secdid^olaaa •:matter : Julir_ 1,for tfll* at the poBtoffiise aVSturgeon Bay, WU- onsln under the »ct of Maron 8, J879. • V , THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS 'i§S^? : '^J - (Incorporated) .'•'••\"•'•-,' •.•'•.'? •••. BAfeLM.LAPIiANT, President and Manager . ^^litrabBBBO, • Vice-Prosident•'(.•'. V^vB..W'AQENEB,: Secretary and tfreaanrer. '.Address sll communications to The News, ^^-SiKi^'-'-Sturgtwa-Bay - Wisconsin '.\"-.'•: Subwription frice, $1^00 Per Year Stni^rtvlfey, Wfe^iOctober 28, 1914 aS^^ofe-tor the mad who will pledge ® tt^kee^'tho taxeB down and wilHteep ^ Ms yror&''-\"^'r ••\"•'•' !\\::-:' \"•//' \"y ./\"e ''i/ Sr \"i\".v,v.^-t •':•_. ' : ^c-V •'».-' •':•'• - '-•'•.•''.'.•'• ' :- iS^Wietf there is a. large gathering In i^ any of our public places let us have : -/-Jur iUr. It has been gutte noticeable :'v-) rUie: halls have been ^ipackerli^tiiat proper ventilation is lack- v • ingy / fM* is only.' thoughtlessness on ^': jthe m&agers part ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 October 1914

THB DOOB mmrx ijiimM OC*OBEB ^ i»u POUHCAL ADVERTISEMENTS Yg OSiltten \"arid (authorized! by Al Os- ^ B « a i forIwhich 20c per inch per v:i8Bue.-'iS W^be pate.)'-'' \"•.'•\"••• VOTE FOR • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • A : Mi EMPTY STOREROOM : l § SHERIFF...-. At the General Election Nov. 3,'14. . (Written and authorized by John W. Reynolds for which 20c\\ per ince is to be paid. . l Yjohh W. Reynolds, Republican can- didate for Congress, has won the re- spect of thousands of voters in the district by the campaign which he has made. He has spoken at mills, shops and factories, in each county of- the district He has visited the farmers at their homes. In many \"townships and cities of the district he has\" met men with whom he stayed in canvas- sing in summer vacations a decade and a half ago. These men helped him to get his education then. He comes from the common people, knows tlieir wants and desires. He is a resident of Brown county, where the voters turned o...

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

fflg flOOB Cfluftf? NEW£ OCT6BEB 88,191* jfy l^p&^S^ f | |^dvei^e^ lettKrJ -listi% Grace j (Cat- . :'^ -^^iu' 3^^Kpjibp : will speak at be- olios' m^yln^plcUire hail Thursday e ^ j £ & j ^ ' 1 » ^ the iyiWpnni^ f:yysThe -foli^b^na^age liceiiBe were : S grpntedithb !pi^t5^ek:: George: Laiit^ enbauch, jbck^nport to Alma LubV Sthge '/^Wtmpbrt/(^:Q/i.. ..•'y r y^ y-. JiPrank^Mueller-ipf JFprestvllle brpt in ia^oad:br AlaSSa-'peais for thev^Van yCsmp^cprhp^y^d realise ?2.25 per ?' rbuahei ^ according to contract TueB-. y y|Curt .Fellx-\".ibt this city brought In ^8pme raspberries yesterday that look yriinighty fine, yH.e reports that there are ^•ctoslderable ':-pf' tiemygrpwlng, both ft.f1?Ud:-- and taihe ^ f?V ' yyf|Wh phas the largest pumpkin In. the i ••: purity? Have you? II you have bring,is'.of j^tf to: and we will exhibit' it for yota. Kemember the pumpkin Is yours all j|tjjie time- for vre don't ttkepuinpkui 'f'J^n:'^:-r i:'-:\\.••'.- '.' .' ''::,: \" ••\"- - y•'•:•'-,...

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

THE DOOR jbomM^mm O$TOBEB^ »& jStMiss Francis Lidral of Algoma vis- |itedyin this city with friends Sunday. V :Rav Gierof Maplewood was a vis- Ufcr:Between trains here last Monday. r |^a^v^nroair of Aigbma was abusl- ^ss'yisitwrfa this city\" Saturday. |Br. E. 'H.:yRobb left Saturday for Miss Gladys LaQue returned home Tuesday after spending the past two or three weeks in visiting relatives in Oconto. ,. Mrs. Chris Propson returned tothis city yesterday after visiting with rel- atives in Chicago and Kenosha for ^Chicago, going on a professional trip. * h e Past two weeks, .^Martin McCormick visited withn^ftis brother :?ete of this city Saturday. y % Johir Acker of Algoma visited in this iciiy Sunday. , ..'\\-'•••X. , _ •-.. i,v^iHenry: i?uehler left yesterday on a busine^i:.trip' to Milwaukee:/ * -:':: •* TediRoscoe was in town yesterday. ','••inj the city on business. :- ' ' Leathern Smith left last Wednesday : • og a business trip to Milwaukee and other outside points.\" jos....

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

$1111181818^ PMIItMKMllHXIIBOMllMirMWWMIIMXKKmtlKWmWKMIimOOOIWMMMIIX* liki^rteed^by :^N: ^d«^ a io^ ^icii • 'he' ^ : to: ia j 20c'- peritach.^ •llliiiiliiiilil iiSEMRPfPAN This and That/rom : ,-' .^Vvtoraer8.,were ijuBy Friday aid Saturday hauling potatoes*to Ellison flay. -••y-.': /••^.9:.. ':C^\\:7'.£'7':•?' ' v7 7 '/''Johii'^hm'e^'fia^^haA.^/Tery/Bore hand for the past week but is much better at this Writing. : Jessie Koyen and ' Wm Peterson spent Sunday at the nome ol Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bergersoi. A number ot our young folks at- tended the dance at Anderson's hail Saturday evening. Everyone seemed to have a good time. . Herbert Knudsen took a number of young men from Washington Island to Ellison Bay Saturday evening to attend the dance and spend,Sunday hunting. ****** J K O M M * * * * * * * * » * 4 m i l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l O I I I I I I H I I I O H I H » I O I I I M I M iB^ll^natOnce | 1 \". ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ \" ^ ...

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

THE DOOR C0U1VTT NEW8 OCTOBER SS, 1914 |rHlRD INTERNATIONAL CONFER- ^iNCi-OF'STATt^FEpERATlON::- 1^:4|y^':dF C,HURCHES.': • $E$SION$ NOVEMBER O N D 5 JElaborate, ProgEam of Addresses and ^ Papers by^Pastora of Every De- j , domination in Wisconsin Has ''Sx^u.'kyi-- • • Been Prepared. '••}:• ':\\h Madison,—The third international conference of the Wisconsin -Federa- tion of Churches -will be held in Fond du Lac November 4-5. '•:•. \" Air elaborate program of addressee and papers b 'pastors of every de- nomination in the .state has been pre- jiared and will occupy the mornmg and afternoon sessions. Charles Stelzle, New York, and L. P. Lochner, Chicago, secretary ofith'e western branch of the American Peace society, are the prin- cipal speakers and will address the two night sessions of the conference. Officers of the federation nre: presi- dent, F. W. C. Meyer, Milwaukee vice- presidents, T. W. Dorward, Milwau- kee H. A. Miner, Madison R. S. Don- aldson, Milwaukee secretary, .E. C. Di...

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

|^||5pft|ooiwM»Wii^^BE»Ml!!i .llliP5 3i liiilOAT^i^ liifneiit'^HeW[^iit[.to«^l£ Carfle[ || Oji[\\ vi^s' [Cbl^ $rido)^owmmh^^ p|[ : [M^t ^ fh»if^ce Hhe^^ ^In&raiBp^by^^ Ice U » t t be American tank steamer, e Ambassador received no word ln«tne bther American afclija, BrlndlUa and Platurla. HU [**•' rfces_were communicated at once to lie White House and that was taken it official circles as an Indication pi personal interest PreBldent Wilson taken in the caeitaSftF^M^' ^' e Rockefeller, like the Brlndllla the other two ships, carried Mu- ting oil which jO^?Brital Is derstpod'•, . to have declared contra- I^The ambassador's advlBes were that ^Rockefeller'scargo was consigned Iweljr ''to order\" a* Copenhagen and _ „Jg&thejBrltish cruisers [whichtook it ||itoation. Fuel and lubricants *er[e:(fe: PJired conditional contraban1d[[:*X'['[[ by this' g|^clanlatlonyof. Augu^--4^ ..' ' sJp^tta'jgV Secretary 'Xahsing of -^ the •iwate department announced that the Jll^iled .States,...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 October 1914

•il l Lumber es Grain, Potatoes and ^r®S^ 5'6 aH kinds iiip^s John Bertschinger A Uniform Cream Test Uniformly even, absolutely cor- rect speed and abtenceofvibra- tlon—those are _| the reasons. f An cosine and separator together in one compact, rigid frame. Sklinawhile yon milk. Rons itself. Will run churn, washing machine, etc, when - not shimming. 8aves time and drudgery of band-cranking. Costs-two cents per hour for perfect service. Thousands of progressive, prosperous dairymen how using the \"AUTOMATIC.\" Investigate. , .' Call and see it work. For Sale by J. J. ANDERSON Dealer in Farm and Forest Products SISTER BAY. WIS. 1: Susbscribe for The. Door County ^JewB, J1.00 a year. THB DOOB COUNTY NEWS OCTOBER 88,1014 •'••••••••••••t»««»»««««s\"« Si ^OliND HER HIMSELF I • • y MARTHA M'CULLOCH-WIL-* • - LIAM8. , „•:'•'••' {Copyrlghu 1811. by the McClurs Nawspa- •••••\".' P«r,Syndicate.) ' \"Granny, the names are so hard, can't 1 Just say, *They went on' and begat one anot...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 October 1914

IllltiSlI^^ •ass&szsszssa^^ SfleptJSSwyWen^ ^i^bng^pw^ ^'|^i|^fs^amjer :' |t^Paul ijr &e Muttiai • rrroasit company waa]among ihep^s- ^Bajjes througlis noi^ lwUn4 f'riday. y )\\*:^e.- '^ - scow load of•iijttnber.tp^tiie' VTashburn £Liv'.compa • -'^'v.\"v • . U'vTne scbio^er M^ry E.iCoo|c passed Mxorygfc~south•? bound Fridayyutjder • canvas with lumber. :. f '.'..:• ! ^Iv^eiba^e^.i^^^ster^iMd barge ••$££.• \"Leaf goti away Saturday with :atoBe ibr % -^ejateambarge W. J^Carter passed through south opundatuijday with t:iunAerV^v? :-:V--^''s.^^.A-\"::-,-.: :~ :-X--.K1 ' • *: The schooner'.|[.[y. Taylor .passed ^through CsOithT bounds under,i canvas « Sundaywith a load of luinbei. ':X, ' . The steamer I^ibw and consorts ^puer and Delta^ were among the pas- sages north bound Sunday. £•''The auxlUlanfcschooner Arrow?de- : y llVered a cargo:jOt: lumber to the Saw- X yet Lumber.company,pa .Saturday |- G^ • . raising the sunken caisson .that was f carried away In, the big. blow o...

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

VOLUME 1 STUBGEON BAY, WISC01TSlN,f WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1111 .\"v\\v./ NUMBER nraNT lined iiiOurGty in vfe |^^ at Inquest Held of Algoma Monday Afternoon eriously Wounded Another J?rtf5R^fe|an4 JEienjfi$li Shoots His Victims^ P\"v:f/ :'^Tl^., fig^'\"^yfe|i4-: Both Hfei^st Sunday afternoon karnee Kut-: ^a^7a7young nwn1 bfTblishdescent a$bt ^two Jewish'peddlers! One\" was Wiledl ahii ihe'^ther aeverelyVwou'nd-, C^7:.'.At,, this WTitlng it is impossible te tell: whether the wounded man will 7lly&^'v 'v.•:••' •: . •'• ..' i_Karnee Kutnuk, the young murder- ar who was caught on the streets-of Sturgeon Bay Sunday night confessed fo.the crime before 160 people,at the inquest held in AlgomaV Kutnuk first asked a favor of his victim and then shot him thru the head after wliich he relieved him of all his spare coin. This Is the tragedy that happened two miles out of Algoma Sunday af- ternoon. : The •'. story as told the reporter of this paper by O. H. Bruemmer, dis- trict attorney of Ke...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 November 1914

THE POOH COUNT? NEWS OTEMBE *, 1914 W$?. 11^^^^^^Sfetl SHii^SPWiK 'IvC••.Tbe ^ o u n t of ^slnesa'done 1 { lawyer 'rural routes' the iSastmonth y ^hbw8 » remarkable increase over that apn ?to the nionth' of October, 1913. p^he following Is the amount of mall I handled by each route for both year's: p'''v Route Nbv 1 .Theo.\\Hanseri, carrier: 1914—1Q389 pieces ? 1722 pounds $96.- 5 : i 24 postage 1913—9320 pieces 1238day, y. pouhdsjpostage, 94,80 Increase— ^ 1069 pieces'• 484 pounds •,postage:$1:44 . &: Route No^:2^ Isaac Sunt, carrier: ^1^14^10064 pieces 1881 pounds poBt- £age $94:47 ' 1913—9009 pieces • 1286 ^pounds postage, $86.26. Increase— 1055 pieces 695 pounds postage,' J ':' , , Route No. 3, Eugene Bernard, car- '&, tier:1914—8835 pieces i 1374 pounds 5 postage, $8l.l4i 1918—8535 pieces 1095 pounds postage, $80.29 Increase i^r 300 pieces '279 pounds postage, 85c. \":0 Total increase: 2424 pieces 1858 ^pqunda postage i$io.5(ft. . £\\ .\\The gain on route Nov 3 being...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 November 1914

THE POOfrCQPSraff^ lil£^D^$ft from fc tffiRE AN D THER E rORESTVILtE .LouisKreft who has been on the slSk list for the past week or so Is abl© to around again and is feeling tine. .-\".• y ' Joseph Stoneman arid wife motored to the In8titute Monday evening where they took in the big dance which was given at Petersilka's. ' J ^ hay and grain are being shipped out every day. Hard- ly a day passes that one or two car- loads are not shipped, vbelbert Henquinet the small son of , Jule Henqinette who has been, real sick for the past two or three weeks is better^now and will be well soon. ^George/ LehmkunL Miss Linda ^telimkuhl and Bfrs. Art Lehmkuhl were visitors in Sturgeon Bay Monday. ^They motored there in the Haegle- tehmkuhl car. jV^Mrs. John Renard who has been 111 at her home for some time is on the road to recovery. Although still confined to her bed she is getting stronger: and will soon be well. '-',: iUiitoa Henqulnette, B. J. Awe, Jos. Stoneman sr., and Ed Perry attend- ed t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 4 November 1914

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Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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