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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 March 1916

THJE DOOR COUNTF JfEWS • MARCH 15, 1916 ffnEGffiLAND THE GAM E % wmiM mmmm wmMm. MI ^mm tt SPEARMA N V AUTHOR OF \"WHISPERING SMITH,\" \"THE MOUNTAIN Q I V I D E : \"STRATEGY OF GREAT RAILROAD/.\" ETC |{NOVELIZED FROM THE MOVINQ PICTURE PLAY \"lOF THE SAME NAME. PRODUCED BY THE SIGNAL ! FILM CORPORATION. Bill was Soofchie from the window at tie moment andanswered, \"That looks Spike down «treet, now.\". In a few moments more Spike had (found his way to the rendezvous. Sea- • srue, impatient as always, demanded [to know as soon as he entered the room what had kept him. .Spike told his story, or at least such part of It as jjhe deemed it wise to tell, and, turning i the tables on Seagrue, asked what was gup. Seagrue told Mm of the right-of- way contracts expected the following day by Rhinelander. \"What of it?\" demanded Spike. \"We mhst get them,\" announced Sea- , grue, bluntly. \"Who's we?\" inquired ^Spike, impu- dently. \"You{\"returned Seagrue with as much Insolence as he could...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 15 March 1916

jflggg^ '||^i£ : ^f^i^ |^ : : : !Hen^^^^l^aia^ ajla !WmY Martens ft made a^)usiriess trip to SturgeonBay s^.: Saturday^ - : •!• ' • ^-. ' ' ft!:!v--ftft!!'- ''\"•• yi The crows have put In tlieil- appear^ i ahce, which is a sure sign of approach- '^v.tog :Bpjrtag '^a y' • •/'•''.' • v Fred Martens and /family \"spent the week-elid at Sturgeon Bay with their ^friends, v-i'j : . Mr.a nd Mrs. Graf of'. Jacksonport, wast he guest, bf her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Greaves, Sunday. Likewise Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graf and eh ildreri also of Jacksonport ' y'-.•!\" •Mr.and Mrs. James J. Carmbdy left recently for an extended trip ^o Mil- waukee and Chicago. They will also spend a week or more with relatives ^m bavenport, iowa. . Business was practically at a stand- still last week, owing to the heavy snow fall of Sunday night and Mon- day. This was also followed by a more severe one on Thursday. '••'•' jQus Tanck, the rural carrier, de- serves much credit for the time he made in getting through th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

I R f e l l ^ TfeB DOOR CJOUNTY NSWS--^NEWS WORTH WHILE VOLUME TWO STOBGEONBAYj WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, HABCH j ^ 1916 • • # * • NUMBER TOIBfEY.lrtBnS Four Deaths During Week Wife of J. W. Herrboldt Passed Away Friday Morning While Home Was Under Quarantine. John Brown of Fish Greek Died On Sunday Henry Kirchner, Formerly of Baileys Harbor, and Mrs. ^ Sevastopol, Died Monday. the purchase of the Reynolds prop- the entire teaching force were again ^ : :*The death of Mrs. X W. Herrboldt -which occurred on Thursday at about mid-night was a shock to her many friends and to the neighborhood in which she resided, death being sud- de and unexpected. The Herrboldt home was under •Quarantine because their young son 2hiUl was ill with scarlet fever. 'However, friends were unaware that Mrs. Herrboldt was seriously ill. At the time of her death, Mrs. Smith, mother of the deceased, and Mrs. Herr- boldt were in attendance Owing to the fact that the house was under (quarantine the husband was not at ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

IliilliiWIll 'mimmmmmm $-^B»^T&aiMm: F # I Alexander':' Meyer ^ig^iB€rti^i^'V'-:^ '0':- .\" : \"V:':::r'v .-. .-' 4*l^aftOr2a Bhort^illnesB. He was 39 years of age and Was born In Russia paying,-' cwao to *hese parts about a •: arear: ago.* :Ho'was'one ot the men in itbe onipioy of the sugar beet factory ^and tended to the acreage In thla vi- fw-Helasurvivedby .\".a wifeand three «chlldren. WeMIngr Bell» Miss Emetine Peterson, daughter of \"Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Nasewaupee, and Cleve Schumacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schumacher, also of Nase- waupee, will be married at the Friends church at • seven o'clock this Wednes day eVenlnir.'^'The ceremony wilt, be jjeTformed by Rev. Berger. The young couplet are not only well- \"known in the town of Nasewaupee but they have a large circle of friends in Sawyer, who extend to the young couple their sincere • wishes. They -will make their homo in Nasewaupee, Rev. P. Schumann was a visitor at t-Algoma on Thursday-of last week, \"•\...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

THE i»OOB COUNTY FEWS MABCI1 82, IMS : ^ v . ^ ' : - ' ' : ' • ':-: -' from •• ' \". / • ••„••\":. w-.,••'•::. HERE:-.^. AN D THER— E WASHIHGTOJl ISLAND Tk« Chequamcgoa hotel la being ^iBproned and enlarged In --readiness H^^ the coming tourist business. c 'flast Friday morning 'was one of jijh tte ©oldest of the season, mecurr reg- Jrteiring about 1? below. ^ : .j(t'i»i^ ago. STO4ay.the Bouth west- fe\" : *x& wind broke up the new ice in the • ito^r but did not drift it out The water oozed up through the •ravices and when the cold weather •ame, froze solid, making good cross- •'•••-' :4ag::agaln,::'•-.•_ Jflda Malloch returned home from JBBson Bay last Thursday after a •onple of weeks vleit there. Weborg Bros, of Gills Rock moved to Detroit Island last week to fit out i^b\\ their tug and make general prepare tons for spring fishing. _ Many of the fishing craft of the is land are wintering at LobdeTs point Jm order ta get an early start A large number of the fishermen have ....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

THE DOOR COUNTY IfETTS MAECH 22,1916^ ||f*IS3pWB\",PleaBnre: Parkland - 1 brtve'asso-'everything § | | | § i i ^ ^ In'they'll- pS?|fch^rJbn'\"l:T*iiur8day' fe^nlng of -'• thistricity, ^f^f0-10itim^::W^^^t^tt week the ^S:firtS»eat8f and teachers -of.\"the.--.public »ch.ool8 will enjoy their annual spring e:«catlon at'-a week's duration, : £ TH*ere wiliribei -a fine muBicale en- tertainmentin the M.B. church next : -Wrfaajr nigii Refreshments will be •erved and \"ail should plian^to comev / ^ T he Btork put In its initial appear* lfi^^^tho. hbiie':ot,Mr. and Mrs. O.scene TJT. Simon on Thursday evening of last lire^k when a baby boy was left at ktoejr home, . ,' §|ftrBv Albert Braunsdorf is sUU ill ? ?&& emall-pbx and the Braunsdorf tfBBldence in the Third ward is under •Â«l*$irantine. The case is not a severe | | * t » & . : .'|V •'•,' ::'v- TOe*.Qlrl'8 club.. which holds regular \\ 'wwsklr Meetings .at the high school will not meet this Thursday evening, ilue to t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

•OUt *00i COUNT! »EWS MARCH 25, M« 's Page Devoted to Farmers1Interest By FARMER FURROW ft v -\\ -: : :hA'TiMELX'TiP .• '•.. S. In the course:pf another month, this -county, as is the case with all places, Will be flooded with agents and indi- viduals w ho will make drastic efforts to part us with our hard earned mon- key. They will have articles which will induce you to buy undoubtedly, and undoubtedly many of which are practi- cally worthless. They will with their .glib tongue want you to sign contracts and get into their get-rlcn-quick prop- ositions. Thus we say a few wordssto this Effect this week, not because they are necessary, for we realize that all our readers know what they are doing, •but as a timely warning. We trust that not many of our people will fall ifor any of the outlandish propositions placed before them by some of the schemers.We do not want you to misconstrue this for there are some : agents representing good companies, but these are far and few between, so,...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

P§P#*#£%:S'' .'•AfiJkM. LAPLANT, Pftiident and H»ntt«x JP$pi^jsJj^'.M^^ Snb«cription Price, $l!O0 Per Year §|ili8stt§eo Wis^ March 22, 1010 - ^g^^ycr-^v^v' . ••/• .^\\ P:.--- - ^,: •::' • ): I^^S^itf ^ agriculture school and help ^5Bnlfe!jfettner?'boyHas : we'll\\ ah, ourselves I|^|JVJliea- y(l»u!:-. are: . selecting'.,your maii f||5TOr (qfflce rliick'oatonifSvho will serve |p^^:(^n^'yiiia'ge owelty to the best ||^::i»i8fJ*lltty/ r\"- / V.:V- ••••V \": ':'•- '.\"''• •'- IlfSIllMAN Speaking about that band, Isn't it |p$ffie|frifetiie boys to organize a band Stilat^Ul 0»ake other cities in the near- l ^ ^ i ^ M s sitVUp and take notice? We Scertainly have 'the material as has jfe^^n^diBmpnstrated in by gone days p||ip^ie t us figure out some real good l | | w j ^ ^ under \"pSe ieadersulp of .'one' man and 'have a II^^Ni^ A band is one of the beat ad- l^rtlsepients Sturgeon Bay 'can have. IplfefliyeriiBJup the place. It puts the ]|i^ces8ai7 PEP in every one. When p l ^ h e a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

/ T H E DOOB ODtKTS KE1&8 MARCH 1? J') H. R, Holand of Ephraim was a bus- iness visitor la the city on Friday. J: H. Fischer of aplewood was in the Tuesday on business. P. W. Paus returned on Saturday | j evening from a few days business vls- i it at Green Bay, SI'v'D. W. Larkln took Mis departure on Monday afternoon on a few days busi- ness visit fct Milwaukee. ester Donovan was a business in the city on Monday, having up from FprestvQle on that day. Rev. Geier was up from Maplewood Monday visiting in the city De- trains, f John Farell of Green Bay was a aess-visitor in the city-on Thurs- of last week. ' lichard A. Noelck returned on Mon- evenlng from a business stay of weeks at Chicago, ster Nebel returned Monday ev- ag from a few days visit at Green J. Donovan of Forestville was |professional caller in the city for a hours Tuesday. ?apt J. Wilson of Baileys Harbor in the city Thursday while en- e to outside points.\" ylveater Donovan of Forestville was Hbasiness visitor in th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

[WBUt, one of,the old settlers In these tSMtis, were laid to rest on Wednesday « | tike old church cemetery. Rev. 8ch- Ki-^passed away la^ is^ ae^\"8trlcken'whlle:eat^ ffp||!!!|te^ flllli^ ^t*b£:!to l^i^SBa^^ea^ttrjflayi:^ 00ti00 g^^&tari^^Ba ^ on :^^eadajr^U ^ ^ ^ : ^ K | ^ l « 4 l « ^ i : nor«Ji:'*iu*B« pV^S!*. : ^^ of old ffiis^^ipiat^/jennerjahn 3*e»tr : :two r' l»»f• new- seven passenger Case cam i$4fc' f Adolph Kerecher left Thursday for I M ^ w ^ vhere he has secured em- ployment in a machtaeanop. ito aiid Mrs. Dave Machla of Saw-Hanoy-Casper der visited over Sunday at the home !s Mir. and Mrs. Jos. Machla. v Harvey Darling was a huslnesa visi- tor at Green Bay on*Monday of last i^(i»W ••'. •. • .-,•••• \"':- • 0 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gomoll sr., andhome. Jreida Gomoll visited Sunday at the om of Jos. Hafeman. A^Bert'!iSeller-\"went to AJfgoma Sat- iwrday to Bpend Sunday with his fam- ily. : Mrs. Jos. Stoneman Jr., of Sturgeon p^ |»lspen eevoral days during the ^ | ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916
Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 March 1916

m putdS»$S^.,..„ Ml ., ,. ,- , Jury Returns Verdict on Last jJury !flj||^T*r^^ I S P l s ^ i ^ ^ the ^Surylbrought in &^ 8*&$ «fte^^ lltS^e/i^t^'ifl^ue^of^fact'itorytlie-jury Wenzel ^waa that of Otto Wallar vs jHTailaiv bothresidents of Sister Bay The plaintiff. Otto Vfallaff was repre- sented by Attorney Martin of Green 3Jay and the defendant by Attorney H, M. Ferguson1 of thiscity.. v in this case the son, Otto Wallar, \"Was suing his father for wages ho ai- ledged were due him for work on the farm from the time lie became of age until he loft home. The amount sued lor was $912 which represents two and one-half years work at $1.00 per day. The case was started the lat- ter part of Thursday afternoon. An •evening session of court was held on Thursday to hear witnesses in this •case and continue it so that Attorney Martin would be able to leave the following morning. On Thursday ev «nlng all evidence In the case was summoned up but it was too late to fininsh the case so i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

Read What Farmer ]frrrbrt THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' VOLUME TWO STURGEON BA1, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1916 NUMBER FOBTX Died At National Soldier's Home Joseph Harris, Former Mayor of This City, Passed Away at Soldier's Home. Was a Resident of Door County Many Years Remains Were Laid to Rest Sunday, March 26th. Deceased Was a Veteran of The Civil War. BOUND OVER. \"Word was received In the city on Monday that Joseph Harris, formerly of this city, but late of St Cloud, Flor- ida, jpas8ed away at the National Sol- diers Home near Nashville, Tenn. The information received stated further that interment had been made at that jlac on Sunday. Word had been sent to his wife in S t Cloud, Flordia, but it was not re- celved,-an hearing no word from rela- tives, the body was interred at Nash- wille. Relatives in -this city had not been ^notified of his death. However, it was known that he was sick and he had been at the sanitorium at that place for about four weeks. Death T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

p v , ,J^etteiman &, Warner Co. received lllflaljij^ ^ l ^ ^ r c h a n t t J / , J... Hoeppner ©r Maple- lSafwieiw '.*as • '* business ' yisitpr.^here/fri-. ^'^^3j»twjBffli: .tealM. :'•• '• )' ••.'• •. • S'' |0S Mfe8.^BIanche Spalsbury '.arrived, last Q|?we«k trow. Chicago \"aid is' paying a ffi- §psit 'iat\\^e 'npme:of her parents. \" •.,. |M^*Gha8.^Starr/-tbwn' treasurer of Map- §ljifewood was a business visitor 'here f|||Jt*ie latter part otthe week. ' Sf:^ J.' OReissipf.'Green Bay, welt-known. gfecjjgar manufacturer of that city, was §iiM& business visitor here on Monday. '.•'.•-•} :{^0({:'W&taoa : 'Olson heave's' on Saturday ||i^^^ -'kewaiuiee' \"where/ he: i will fill' 'a |||:?^erth.pn the government dredge which SSsV^^apk\"- Knuth who was ill a few days ||| ^ttoVlatter'.'part of! last- .week:'la back | | | | p n ^ e Job again and was down to his ^bfflce, on ^Monday? ,-.••'.'-••. \"•-'':.\"' • ^|)}5VaUer A. Johnson, traveling freight ||| ,ttg«at\\for.the: C....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

Ij^s&gifl^^rti^vjif^'i^iUVf ||^tte|Babjecfcpf ^ | j f e ^ | y U i : : cover ^^^iBSvyi^:wet: soils ji^«^f f :t^'?year -ofter , 5^^rOTisIandifotaUoiv ^'^f|i|o^^by : • every ^ l ^ ^ ^ l P s S t t h e ' . Bub-. 'Jl^gSntit.Myen 'v much ^ll^ev'tarajier Swishes ^S$||e^dfBtotfilt. f torn '\"^pi^lM^nitisttiiprq^. gpllln^teiTiate^yeara l^lirliaiot -be: entirely 3£$fifj$ged f^bt.-that-'pne' ^^j^uccesBfuV. tana* l^^reiaJidlng of coh- IffiSriin confronts a dlf- pljiitttfllB'farmers in the _J^^|p^faraer'mpBt. ibe l^hiB methbdB and opera- l^nditibnabf soil, climate *^||ipciradiUpn8: in that ^*|||^faadjclover: .grpw iv a ^uintJy|:'or:Y clay ' lands. l^llii^ilWpeaB • to the. acre Jb^EiSe^d:»in:-Bomo parts ot J^n^^can'faisb.' be ob l|p^||?county,v:v: if .'tUe ^S^iSre^sedi' •'•' Clover seed ^l^bbiWtaed frpm second 3p|S^ an example of what ^f^tfe'this kind of soil and ^l^ry on1 an experimental ^|riSeTO part of state, 21-2 ^Iwere^obtained from the Ifrbntian acre of soil and iBfjj^in !theYBecpnd c...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

SlfElHO^ The Door County News W U at tktpMtofiNit Btorceon BayTVtf «*MiB, «nd«r the act of March 8. 18W. ^POBLIBHBD WEEKLY BT ' THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (JaarpordrJ)^- A4BL It. liAPLANT. President n d Manacar I A. IiUNDBKKG, Vlco-Pwsident . •. • TV. WAOENER. Sacretary and Traaaurar. a.Miet all ooauauaications to TBS Maws, Stwgaoa Bay. WUeooaln. Snbtcription Price, $1.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bar, Wlt^ March 29, 1916 The business meeting last Friday night was the right kind made of the right sort The men simply got to- gether and had a heart to heart talk, a house cleaning if you please, and •will in the future work more for the Interests of Sturgeon Bay than ever before. Our president is to be con- gratulated on the success of the meet- ing. :• •:: Roads should be repaired the first thing in the spring. Pitch holes that are only a mere rut in the spring, if not tended to at the earliest possible moment, will become pitch holes that may cause considerable damage later - in the year. The m...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

fisSiS m THE DOOR COUNTY ITEWS 3iARCH^29, 1916 •':',•,'•• .\"\"-• '•'•• from - '?:.. \"• \"' :' •\", • IIHERE AND THERE v BaDeys Harbor ConuneiwM Club : -'^In^OTdc^^ihat'iour local people -who are not members of the Baileys Har- l»r Commercial Club will get some 'idea of Just what the club te' doing and has done, the following report Is Bubmltted: C^d-: •' . . RECEIPTS • •Feb,-15, 1914 to June 21, 1914 ^v-idues'..-: ....y.:.'.V.'.-.'.. ...•„..'$ '22.25 lifeb. 16, 1914 to June 21, 1914 . entertainments .. . ..... . 105.90 July 4th, 1915, receipts of the ^v*BlebraUon .. . ......... 34.43 I July1915 to Jan. 1916, enter- talnments, dues, e t c . . . . . . . . 331.17 Total . . . . . . . . .-••......... r... .$493.75 1)ISBURSEMENTS ••T^b. to June 1914, music etc..$25.02 July 1915, expense of 4th •••.... 36.85 Advertising 1914, Milwaukee Jpurnal — 57.41 Advertising 1914, Booklets ... . 48.00 Advertising, Booklets and addi- ' tkras ......:.....'. . .•-........ l \\Beflcit of 4th, 1916 .......

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

. 1 - i . . . v v .... -v r\\ • — ii»iim SiliHiSlll : • • • - . l ^ p i r friends at her home inttieFirst |||li|n^a8t ^^ |^^^:\" lJ^I«t^}iara« received ship- Si^^^-3|^iDaere :^d^Fordsv during ^«ft*i»^-*i:palmers.:• '•'• .•• V •• ^p^P::-S8jipads' v. of livestock : were p § p i i ^ ^ One | | | | § | | | ^ v shipped by :-f|toieiwiii'& 8oB and a carload of hogs S^pfo©stork piald. Its initial appear- : $ttce .-?atti bf Mr. and-Mrw i|gpctt'rjr.'-HaniseaVon Thursday of last ^*M«ki- leaving/ aDounclng baby boy ^ ^eir MuBshoid. '::' :%-: |^^|^, ]^at^^^Smlth :in the:'qoar- ^^^jS^uinmer: was.'received• . here'seys ^^kaigi'me':. we%. ??iThje Engine is aix ^^^p^-mo^a^'-y/^he'v^ in haul^'.ognized p|pi!^«yfrorS -th^^r^bte parts of ^^ ii«Kpr:to the 'dock. ,' :,' :_ ' V '•'.':•• pffi^giiiEH^^jof horses was received in pl^p0l ^ W i%day by &bnUz'& Car-' |i^&ri : Atter• being on eale here Fri- ^ipf^BOd tor a Awhile, on r£aturday they §^^0xn.':io Baileys Harbor\"where lg^P^i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

THE DOOR COCJiT*P*f$ i WSCH 29, 1916 Ourselvesin Print :P • ^|: \"Pirank Conjurske left on Monday on ^lafcortbusiness trip to Green Bay. SSMi^^«th Blau took her departure v'in^infts''^a£ternob for Green Bay ^a'few^days visit ':. GOTeria^ Manager F. B. Seymour was iiereon Monday, on one of his periodl- eaj-vfsits to this place. . ^Attorney H. M. Ferguson made a •trip td Green Bay Monday on profes- sional business. ' .__ • : ^^Mrs. Jnb. B. Davis was a visitor at •Oiceen Bay on Saturday, returning the •same evening. S \"It C Flannlgan, John D's district [irepresehtatiye, was-here the first of {'.tt« week on business. 'riEYerett Washburn was a passenger : on Tuesday's train. He returned home the same day. :': Ai?:J.TGeniesse visited over Sunday at his home in Green Bay, returning i n Monday morning. ~ '\".-.' Frank Oldenberg of Baileys Harbor was in the .city Friday and Saturday on business, i t George' Palmer took his departure •^n Monday morning on a few days, business trip to Gree...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 March 1916

[ere and There:: ^111*8 lituia 1 ^ III^Slo^ ptt Sir* DeGranue of '^ itown! ipf Union $$gj&'|^^ fjfllsl^ ^^/^^ j ^ j ^ x H b t ^ ' T ^ 8 l t e d ^at/hSta/home (»t | | | ^ e Saturday and Sunday, returnta e^l^^^^-J^^and^ement went to ||itt^rey^ttii^urtay^r^rnlng ' -Mon-' ^00^taiat1^^ i :Si 'p• --.' ' .V ' '•:', /' '/. ||§||§|lito^ Aug- ^^^•^^nerjjahn . weirei jyialtore -atAgio- | | § | | | | £ i & spent ^^Si|^:day8\"ot.laat-week nere-^on'lmsl- ^ f | ^ ' J O B . Linzmeyer is the happiest man ^«|^itown i:A: IItUe 'glri:' arrtved' Thurs-' |p|r^i^23rd. i^: //• |f§lp§~Miv and Mrs Otto Haascb have.gone. ^||o U(Wev^«te to'.see their eon Otto BO Is sick in the sahitorlum. WlM^-\"^pyna\\born to Mr.^and %m, BaBtar on Sunday evening, l i s passing out cigars. - • SchmeUle&»Brey within the week SlifWi *: «6-hpr8epo!wer six cylinder Bu- il|p^( K^ster : :to Dr. Donovan, p^^:^itea ^t''J^e8t --'-Woi8ke'«.' \"last l§S^ii^*est«r /-Donovan/• 'spent . .several ^|:jiiar8 'of .Uit8...

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