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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 January 1916

.:' THE POOR COUNTY ITEWSv 'JANBABY 19,. 1916 $w. THIS AND THAT from HER E AN$ THER E WASHINGTON ISLAND T - (Too* Late for Last Week) • Tillie Hagen. left last Wednesday in company with Margaret' Anderson. ••••V The'tax roll is now in the hands of the treasurer and he is awaiting the cash.' .'•',' . -'••—•this The niail failed to cross the-Door last Thursday owing to the cold and the storm of that: day. It arrived 'Fri- day towards evening. . Two/boys were born during the last week. One-to Mr. and Mrs. A Moe and.one to Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Cornell.: All are getting along nicely . ..: Many ,of. the children are suffering frbnr a rash, which resembles the measles. They do. not seem to be sick with it. 'Keeper Ed Cornell of the Rock Is- land light returned last week from a visit at Shebogan where he had been to Bee'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. S.Cornell, and other relatives. ', JThere- was no ice\" in sight on the hay until after the'zero -weather of last 'Thursday. Friday night of ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 January 1916

WW^^^J^Wf^^S^^'i^&^^S^S. teriM Bits J^iMTOrtlsed^ietter Hat: Cbas. •• Lead-president ||^s^Jtos :''(}. XopherBoiLr -, '.',,'• •••• ||||ii^emWVfi -Son' shipped out . • one'treasurer. |||||^Ma d of cattle and:. one caiioaid of |$ogs'\"tobiHe Chicago market on the ^ll^ayyifain. \\ V •*:••• ^ J|i|:|tony pi ther fishermen who are flsh- ^flJfijB^torough' 'the- ice on, toe bay- for W|S^e«^'Btate-Jthat. the fishing 'has: been |fe|)ii^^d-'i^ort-'tfiat' they have made |||||i««yy catches.:' ' •\" . '••'' ' ! *ni Macatjees will give a Leap Year |iiairty'\\a Falk'a hail on Friday evening •f this week. As this is the first affair ^Wtfthe Leap Year season it promises ii* be an enjoyable one. Wo were re- p,.,i^e8ted: to tell the girls to get busy. | p | S fifas LouiBe Weis entertained twen- plt: ty other friends on Sunday evening of ^s\\ iWa week at the home of )ioi\" parents, ?|?|i£ ijr and Mrs. George Weis. The even |g| |:. fci£ proved to ::e an enjoyable o:.e for ^-^^'/who attende.l. -••...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 January 1916

^^^^mi^^^mm^^^^^mmsm THE DOOB COUHTI TOWS, JAKttABY 19, 1916 S:'.fi N. A. Rich of Ithe.United Fruit Growers of Egg'Hasbor was a Sunday visitor in the city. • Mrs . Peter Peters lis spending a few toys at Green Bay tisiting-with rela- tives and friends, j , ^ R. Lehman andySithur Erskine of \"Jjacksonport were Business'.. visitors in, the city Saturday! r Miss Agnes Geier cjt-Maplewood was a visitor in the city between trains on Thursday of last we*k. L. LaPlant spent a few days the laf- ter part of1 last week^ ux the southern part, of the county on business. Capt Wm. Boyd left the \"latter part of last week for a short business trip to Green \"Bay. I. Register of Deeds_ojtb Kelson made .a business trip to ForestviHe. on Fri- day, returninij the saipe. evening. ( F. McDermott, town\\ chairman :.of Clay Banks, was a business yisitor in - the city on Saturday. j|, Mrs, John Acker of Algoma is spend- ing a few days in the city visiting at the home of her son Edi ~ , Louis Schwichtenberg...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 January 1916

THB DOOB COUJiTT NEWS. JANUARY 19,-1916 i£i&^ai^ ' ^ ^6ire is lots ^f sickness prevalent 'flnil&i8..-to'^hV'. • •'•••'•.'••• | .iofiV J&chla was on the sick liBt /wltt la grippe. •'• v zC«rl Stach went to Oconto Tues- 5tay .to look for employment ^ Sara Perry w„ent to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday of last week on business. . -Mrs. Andrew Lawrence went to Al- goma Thursday, returning the same ,iay^ A big baby boy arrived at the home W Art Lehmkuhl on the 10th of this jjith '.:•/•: .. Mrs. Herman Krueger returned home Monday after paying a two /wee^ visit at Kewaunee, r T^e Stardard Oil man of Algoma yafl here Tuesday to supply his cus- tomers with oil andrgasollne. , JWalter Meyer made a trip to Green Bay Wednesday to see his wife who is in one of the hospitals there. Adolph Kerscher returned Tuesday •Mfter a. two weeks visit at Appleton, Juneau and Milwaukee. •Art Weber was a visitor at Milwau- kee last week, going to that city to attend the annual automobile show. •Harry Leldr...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 January 1916

THE BOOR COlH m NEWS, jAsyAKT 19. mfe Family at Bedside of Former Dic- tator of Mexico. CALLED SLAYER OF MADERO President Wilson Refused toRecoa-. nize Former'Diaz Commander- Forced to Abdicate and Flee to Europe. EI Pasb.Jan. 14.—Victoriano Huer- former provisional president of Jexico, died here last night. Repeat- d/hemorrhagesof the lungs followed he administration 0 f the final sacra- aents and immediately preceded death. The family was at7the bed- Bide. Huerta an Indian. • Victoriano Huerta—was more typir ally \"Mexican\" than any of his rivals the dictatorship of Mexico.- He as of almost pure Indian blood,, as features and his mentality showed -and he was proud that so little Spanish and so much Indian blood Bhowed in his veins. ' . He was born in one of the provinces 1854 and was sixty-two years old. Military School Graduate. As a youth Victoriano Huerta. was sent to the National Military school at Chapultepefi, where he took a |Beven years'* course, and was gradu- ated in th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 19 January 1916

»m*^ ttigiiwqa^r^: tfli THE POOB COUNTY SJBWS. 3TA?trABY 18^ l»i« A Decided Success Commercial Clair Raugnet Tlisrstejr Jv£v[ Evening Best ETC*'• HeM ila': .. '[•' '..^HBSu&ons^Optoloi '- i'-.i'- ' ThE^mmerclal club banquet which rwaa.held on Thursday evening of last •week Is one that will long be remem- iered Ay, the members of that club Tor it was one of the most successful banquets and get-to-gethfermeetings that that organization has held since its birth. Everytliing on the program from, the very beginning to the end was,excellent and from 7:00 o'clock until 10:30, each minute was one of continuous enjoyment and great pleas- ure. ,'•'•' .\"• • '„ ' \" The two big tilings on the program were the novel and. excellent enter- t&dnment furnished by Richard A. JNqelck, the equal of which has never been seen or heard in this city be- fore. The club.was indeed very for- tunate in having in their midst our home boy, Judge Henry Oraass, who gave one or the most 'forcible and p...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 January 1916

$V0qy,'- February Gih. Goto Church February 6th All Churches in the County are Making Prep- arations for Special Services on that Date. Large Number of People Expected to be Present i ^ e r g y Unite in Extending Special Invitation to,All. Ex- - cellent Music Will be Rendered. SirS The Go-rto-Church Sunday, Febru- ^ Sry 6th, movement has even at this 4 pearly date been started by the clergy -yfjbf.the City and tire campaign which £: they intend to follow out from now w wntil the date promises to be a most •rigorous and thorough one. - .. : Last year, the first \"Go-to-Church Sunday\" ever held in this city took place, and with the publicity and ad- vertising given It proved to. be a de- ^ *iiied success if that term can be used. This year those in charge of the move- anent intend to wage a vigorous cam- paign, overlooking no details which • \" . •vTWill help bring the people to church. The pastors of the city and also of • the county are all united in an earnest •'•'• «hdeavor to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 January 1916

THE DOOH COUNTY WEW8, JANCART 28, 1»1«. p ifllllili?lilili^ii iillllAlii*R v :w MARBIEIIHKBE I^TfelliKnowB .^fflftwood Couple Unlt- ft\" £ued In Marriage on Monday i^:K: ^: ' . : Morning ,••' m v-Marie Fischer, daughter of Mr. and '^re. John Plscher of Maplewood and Mliton Wulf, son o(! Mr. and Mrs. Jos. sTV^iIf of the same town, were on Mon- , day morning united in marriage^at^this solace. | The marriage ceremony proper, ^ wok \"place at the German-Methodist parsonage f at eleven o'clock. Rev. Brandt tying the nuptial knot which ^mttei theyoung couple in the holy ^ondftjot matrimony. Jf)-fhe' /Redding party arrived from |||Maiewoo on the morning train. The KJSoung couple-were attended by Elmer l^tVtilf, acousin of the groom's, and jjjdcpoti ag0nt at Maplewood, and Miss £y[ii£Fischer, a Jslstor of the charming fcyoung bride. A .\".••' -. '.'•...' I^Bpt h partiea. in the marriage aro ..notonly woU known in their own place Apt residence,,but by the younger and ,,eom, of, Uio olde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 January 1916

THEDOOR COCSiri NEWS, JANUARY 25 ftl6. THIS AMD THAT fro i HERE AND THER E § g ^ ^ V / V . - ' ELLISON BAY . - , : i Mrs. Enoch Jacobson is spending a : : lew days at her home in Gills Rock. •Â« : James Nelson returned home after i: spending a few days at Milwaukee. v xWeborg Bros/ of Gills Hock are get •7 ^' thig out logs to build a dock at their landing. V Thesoft weather of last week spoil :yiaj the,roads so that it is almost im- K : jOBBible to use sleighs. ^John Laudin went to Sturgeon Bay 7 last week with a lot of Alaska peas .y and clover seed. . J e n s Jacobson and.son of Washing- ^ t o X Island passed througTPhere last ^V/TBhorsday on their way home. Ed Disjarden has been on the sick list for a few days. Likewise Mrs. '.-.v'.yijiiiil Nelson. ., The basket social held in the Pfeil building Saturday was fairly well at- • tended. Everybody had a good time. \" J o h n Larson, town treasurer, did not put in his appearance^ here on Friday . on account of the unfavorable weather...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 January 1916

*mziriw$6vj^ ji^« Will be Episcopal Berylcos at jifeliows hall Sunday, January aiTyTenc^ & Hopp shipped out a car- hogs and one of cattle oa tho Strain . * U- '.':'••:'• -/ •-''• '': - :•.• \"? , ten pound baby boy waa born w '£fand Mrs. Lawrence WIckman • : offr 5nol on Sundays evening, ^ - j * / hf^iiewly organized band has: .ie- 'j|he fatnall.- brick building near ^ibjni^:'''ln^ ^icU'Vto'-hoid''-ine|r rsialB.: :Tiiey will begin at once fflioid their regularly weekly meet- — • - ' ^ IjtuthiB^Oard whoowns and assists spperatlhg,a sawing machine about^ ^i^recelved a bad cut on a couple fingers on his left hand during thel The injury while not serious! l|i^nfttl one ' ,.:.. .. ,' '-jA iss Katherlne•! Graass entertained ^ «yenlng during the- past week, at Sibomej for her niece Miss* Helen Itichler. The many friends of the |iui§ lady'who gathered for the oc- llon greatly enjoyed the affair. |Twp carloads of lath were brought town the latter part of the week : Jacksonport and we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 January 1916

THE BOOR COUKTY KEWSi JAJilUBi: 26, 1916. Ourselves in Print s Clyde Helgeson of Ephraim was1 a •isttbr in th& city Tuesday. 'A:?^.'V.' Lelschow of Algoma was a vis- |^r in the city I^iday. J Sftey. Geier of Maplewood was a bus- KJaesa visitor in the- city Thursday. • CE-Dreutzer spent'several days •f the past week at outside points on business. 7 .Iff. E. Gaede returned Thursday ev- enhag from Green Bay. Dr. E. H. Robb also returned the same evening. 7 Miss Liicy Washburn returned last Thursday evening' from a few days visit it Green.Bay with friends. Slohn Houle and L. lia^lant made a J3hort business trip to,Maplewood SVLFriday:' • - ' -,V -. ^ster. Welter took hlgS dteparture last weekiifor! Kenosha where he /will Vlnae employed. •'•'-'. / v v V J. Hafeman of*Forestville was a bus- iness visitor in the city on Thursday and Friday of last week. •pounty Treasurer Emil Miller spent the week-end visiting at his home in Forestville. Villas Evelyn Writt left on Saturday fojr Green ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 January 1916

FOBESTVIM^ ^ Starr, town treasurer,. was v J^% Mondoy to coltect taxes. S# ::'iDrs.' Fred Oahms is confined to her ^)t«d%lUi the grippe. v* . --'••• \\ i August Jennerjahn transacted busi- Xili^B at Sturgeon Bay Wednesday. -••? .\"lira. Gust Krueger was a visitor at -Sturgeon Bay Thursday. : v Mrs. Jule Henqulnet visited at Al- i'Jgonia between trains Friday. ::,-vv:?iMbei--BaWer'.or Maplewood was a ^Tteltor here Saturday. Mh and Mrs. Wm. Rankin went to Brussels Saturday for a short visit John Bailey of Green Bay, repre- \" senting H. Stern & Bros., called on • his customers here Saturday. : Mrs. Jule Henqulnet is down with • the grippe. There are several others •n the sick list also. ^Arthur Pllnske left Saturday for Manitowoc to attend the funeral or a : relative, \" ^Mrs. Peter Warner of Sawyer arriv- ed here, on Saturday to visit with her v ulister, Mrs. Mike Wolske. Ml88 Martha Evans came up from Algoma Thursday evening, returning Friday morning. Dr. Donovan and son Sylves...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 January 1916

THE DOOR COUNT* NEWS. JANUARY 26, iSK. ..YELLOW CREAM AND BUTTER Experiments Show Popular Belief That Color Indicates Richness in Quality Mistaken. The belief that a bright yellow color Sn milk means richness in quality is not true. Experiments conducted at the college of agriculture of the Uni- versity of Missouri show that the change from the white cream and but- ter In winter to yellow cream and but- ter In spring and summer does,not in- .•dicate an increased fat percentage. .-.- The very highest colored milk that a »cpw can give may hare the lowest fat percentage. Such a condition is found 3n the so-called colostrum milk, the first milk that a cow gives after giv- ing birth to a calf. -• • The explanation of the wide differ- «nce between the results of the ex- periments and the popular belief in xegard to the relation of color to rich- ness lies in the cause of the natural yellow color of cream and butter. It •was found that cows were not able to vproduce the yellow coloring m...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 January 1916

I^opprty^ss at iJdlidt^Estlmat- MM DRIVEN FROM HOMES WISCONSIN Heavy Rain and January Thaw Causes ^Millions of Dollars* Damage at ' • • Chicago and Suburbs—Part of Fox River Valley Inundated. v yjfollet, M , Jan. 22.—With' six feet ©f water standing In the streets in the, residential district \"of Joliet, and several hundred families driven from their h,omes, this city is paralyzed by the flood waters of the Desplaines riv- er arid Hickory creek. Property dam- age IB estimated at more than $1,000.- opo ' , : .-• .• • A l l electric lights wero extinguished and street cars were stalled. Only a few lmes lri the western part of the city could be operated. Railroad traffic also was tied up by \"the Inundation of the yards. Hundreds of frelgr^ cars on the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern railroad were held up when the yards'were flooded. The yards cover: almost twenty-five acres and were flooded to a depth of four feet. More than 1,000 persons, were driv- en from their homes and sought ref- ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 February 1916

•' THE DOOR CQUHTY NEWS—''NEWS WORTH WHILE' M* •Â©iiraiEr»ro •iv STURGEON BAT, WISCOKSIS WBDHESDAi FEBRUARY 2, » W r'# !-: May Purchase Hotel Waldo If Certain Conditions are Complied With, Well ^ ^ Hotel Man Will Remodel Building. Hotel Wifl Be Made Modern In Every Respect Upwards of $50,000 Will be Spent to Complete Work. Commercial Club Indorses Plan, Sturgeon Bay will be able to boast \" • f a modern, up-to-date hotel if cer- tain conditions are complied with in the next week or so.' •The proprietor o the Juneau hotel iia Milwaukee, a man who has plenty of experience in the hotel business is ready to purchase the Hotel Waldo and make it a modern hotel in every re- spect if the, citizens of this community will show their willingness to co-op- erate.' Last week the purchaser with his architect came to Sturgeon Bay to look over the site and its surround- ings, and is satisfied with, the possi- bilities the business would offer if $15,- O00 or $20,000 were invested in im- provement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 February 1916

Tire DOOB COCTttTT NEWS, FEBRUARY g, 18U flSfP^#§Si^^5ws^w? ^ ^ [ ^ Kffi$?.:Ullfe»t,.»he,:ip«»WlBi» »t Star*eon B»»,Wton $«$ «m«ln onderihe.setofM»rcn 8. 1879. '-i.-: THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS ' \"'• V W ^, •-\", i?-(Incarporattrf) !•. \" SABIi « . X.APLAfT Pre»Idant u l J U n t f i t •S.tt.''AS LONDBKRG. V!eB-Pre»iitent W. WAOENER, Secretary., »nd Trauunr. •*«dre»i all conimn»ic»tion» to Tim'. N«w», . Storjeon B»y. WUcon»in. Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis, February 2, 1910place &- ThelSaaff jprbblem is entirely up to the council. They have got the last word. V: The sprinkling of sand on the alde- iTwalks early Sunday rabrntng of this :ilast week was a thoughtful and com- mendable action. 1% ' A modern hotel investment of from thirty to forty thousand dollars Is the possibility for Sturgeon Bay. .Let us jail start the new year right and get : behind a movement that will help build up Sturgeon Bay and its surroundings. It is our opinion ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 February 1916

THE BOOB fHHJHTiil5W»El'KEBRDABY ^ 1916 • THIS AND THAT fro i AN D THER E \\M% WASHINGTON ISLAND Ctopt T. Engetsen was the first to Snish his ice harvest ' The\" Island Creamery is still run- ning but it is'.difficult to ship the pro- vince at this time.: - ••if. . •'. : '. • ' • ' ' . • 4 Mrs. Chas. Bascke and Mrs. Chris Anderson have been on the sick list Spr the lastifew days. •• : # • - • ' • ' • : . . liiUle and Estella Johnson sang In ihurch Sunday evening and their sing- JhiK was worthy of high compliments. Sf We were without mail last week* wnti! Friday. Forty-eight sacks ac- .'•umulated in the 'five days. This rough the count for the\"Vural de- s c r y 1500 pieces and over a thous^ not forget how. One would think he was a boy of 18 to see him flying about on the ice. ind pounds v^Vernie Richter left last Friday for Sturgeon Bay where he entered the Bgeland hospital to reno.ive medical treatment. It is reported at this writr tog that he hopes to return home soon much reliev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 February 1916

^M^ffE^ ^i|^e.::Dorcais So^ety will meet-.with ft^a^iGebrge Washburn' Tuesday even- ^|^:F^ruary,8ttL:':^'r .?---V.&-.'••^'^'•^ :|fJ^miJ!&rdfBros -^of?thiscity have I/5H, S. Hall of Valmy has taiten over SS«5f|li^agOTcy tor'the Miami motor cyclojjtte Interests of.his partner, R Wllkle, Iplji^to-the what was formerly the HalV& Wll |!||l',W'iW^Moeller garage received a car We hardwarestore at Valmy. Mr. Hall 16»d shipment of Fords the latter part |M the season. This establishment Is looking forward to a big year In the flre was put out shortly after the de- partment ' reached the place, little or no damage being done. Is a thorough businessman and fully understands the business and assures iys patrons of the best possible service. Wptompblle business. \\'y '^^•^^\\ .v : V'.'vkpCapt.'C.''B.' Packard was one of the i S i e . i ^ t . t t will meet at the' victims of a slipping accident on Fri I 10 kome of Miss Mary Reynolds \"on next /Ruesday afternoon, February 8th The •tbj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 February 1916

T1IE DOOR COUNT! HBTTS. FEBRUARY 2, 1016 m &: Ed Wolter of Algoma was a busi- e s visitor in the city on Monday. 0 George Appel of Baileys Harbor was \"li the city oh business Monday. i:Oeorge( Martin returned on Friday morning from a few days visit with his ^eV -/. . . •-' I Mrs% Wm. Boyd and daughter Bar tera went to Green Bay -Saturday •Where they visited with relatives. . . ' ^ and Mrs. L. D. Smith left Fri- day for Manitowoc where they spent a few .days on business and pleasure. ' R. Lehman of Jacsonport was In the ,«ii^,oh Friday enroute for Milwaukee on a several days business trip. : Menry Oyerbeck spent several days .ettbe past week in Milwaukee on busi- MBesa! '•/•'/.' : -^.-^M- SvJDr. J. Donovan of Fpre^itt^SwaK^a -'-'visitor in the city on Tliursday, having •wtored here in his .car.v.- '4'... -..'. .-* •. i. J. H. Fischer of Maplewood was a hUBiness visitor in the city several hours oh Friday. , 'iy\\ Frank Kohlbeck' made a trip to Map- lewood on Monday to pay a sho...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 February 1916

^mmmm^^^mim s and That /rom FOBESTV1LLE ^!^2^||^:^r^hlam, fiptck vf8'- on: the Bicfc |^^SiM^^v 'Jdhn- ' RockVeII.'ls, .work- ^0^l^^i-B.''^eTry onhisfarm. •: -•- . ^^a|j^I&Mmaiile'aftrip:]to:Gr|een Bay ^l^ySwB^^eteter/went' to Sturgeon ^|P^ Mpni3(ay.onbusiness^ •-':' .:'r: '• ||p^^t«r?,8chubert':bt''Gardner, was a Ppiltd r .here Monday on business. ere ^ were many teams. In town on iyi It being cattle day. . Andrew Lawrence made a trip to ^i^ma Tuesday returning the same ^g-,., ..,., :,. . g#i5?^ter.^Meyer'made a trip to Green |Ba3r i Tu(Bsday~of last week to visit |3Us wile who la In the hospital. |5io8 Stoneman sr.t left here for Bark lltiver, Mlcb., -where he -will buy up IslThV borne of Mr. and Mrs Herman ^JJoettcher was the scene of a merry | jarty 'on Wednesday evening. . yys Archie?Hutto, representlag the Gaz- fejftte Candy Co., of Green Bay called :^nnlB customers hero Wednesday. ^ Wm LeCloux has posters out an- nouncing a masquerade ball on Feb- fcroary 4th and a Leap Y...

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