Jacobsen, Karl E, Pentecostal evangelist, sentenced 1 year prison, Gazette, Stevens Point, WS, 14 Aug 1918, p7

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 - 14, Itll THE GAZETTE, STEVENS POINT, WISCONSIN...
14, Itll THE GAZETTE, STEVENS POINT, WISCONSIN HEWS AND VIEWS FROM HERE AND THERE As a result of an accident in a Ladysmith mill, William Kaschke lost all of his fingers. While making a toy from a large piece of wood, little George Zabel of Sheboygan chopped off the forefinger of his left hand. Miss Sarah MacLean of Janesville has received orders to report for duty as a Y. M- C. A. hut worker in France on September 1. Karl -E. Jacobsen, the Pentecostal evangelist arrested for attacking the Red Cross, was sentenced to one year's imprisonment. WISCONSIN'** CROP REPORT I'roapfrts ;ud for More Then Aver* age Yield of Small Graiiu--Pota- tora Damaged by L**f Hopper The report issued a few days ago by the Cooperative crop reporting service for Wisconsin at Madison says that Wisconsin will undoubtedly ge OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of Uw Common Coucil. Cit 7 ol Point. WU. Catarrh Cannot C'ouncil Chambers. City of Stevena Pdint, Wisconsin, Aug. 0. 1918. A regular meeting of the Common Council held in the council chamber esday evening, August 0, 1918, "over the top" in her production of I Mayor Owen presiding. Minutes of -.mall Drains this «ear. The condi- P"vioua meeting read and approved tion of the oat and barley crops on August 1 is estimated at 96 and 97 per cent of normal, respectively, *a» compared with a ten year average of 86 per cent, and the condition of the sprin" wheat is estimated at 96 per cent of normal, with a probable production of 6.778.0W bushels compared to 3.095,000 bushels last season. Potatoes will yield only about 88 per cent of normal this year, as compared to 90 per cent a year ago. The condition of the crop is deteriorating A petition from A. E. Burhngamc Co. for lincense for 10 billiard and pool tables read. Moved by Alderman Schoettel and seconded the petition be granted and the license be issued upon the payment of $10.00, Carried. A petition from Bigelow Mills for a license for five (5) billiard and pool tables read. Moved by Alderman Schoettel and seconded same be granted and the license issued on the payment of $5.00. Carried. A petition from property owners near the corner of Prentice street and Fourth avenue asking to have the With UCAL Al'1'i.ii cannot reach the *%·', uf tin- Catarrh it a lo M l T.M-HMI. fluftif*d by fon»tl(ut i · · il In order to cur* i; , i Internal r«mwjy, l l i i i clr.e U taken I n t v r m ( ,,j Mc ii tilt* blood un th« i n u i i ' ·y*t«rn. Hall's Cut .rrl, .VI, pr*-» ritwd by utic uf u.- In this country for : u !*·*£ of Bom* of tn« I- at cumMn«d with tonif uf tli* purlfitr*. The tMsrf.-ct the lnfr«dl-nta In Mali's cln* !· what produtcs iuch FMUIU m catarrhal condition!. testimonial^ rr*-«. F- J- CHEN8Y * CO.. AUprunteti. 7«k-. Hall's Family Pills for Moved by Alderman seconded that the name readvertise for bids for and contents. Carried. Claims for July and finance committee on same page 234 mics. rec.). Moved by Alderman seconded that the report

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  2. 14 Aug 1918, Wed,
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  • — Jacobsen, Karl E, Pentecostal evangelist, sentenced 1 year prison, Gazette, Stevens Point, WS, 14 Aug 1918, p7

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