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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

Vi't- 1MED00B CWm^^hEVffi APRIL 2fi, 19tfl ^ND ^HE A Story GtME U,mV?!!\"ain Railroad Life % FRANi K K SPEARMAN Across ttie sireet on a \"vacant lot the owner of an adjoining house, while burning some rubbish, was cleaning his rifle. As he Jerked the sheila from the magazine, one fell into the fire. Picking up those that he could find of the cartridges he returned to his house with the gun. spike and Bill were in the midst of their heated argument a moment later when the re- port of a rifle startled them. Both men, as a bullet sung past, instinctive- ly dodged In doing so Bill unluckily struck a projecting awning hook with hie head. The blow was sharp and the end of the hook penetrated his temple. Bill sank to the pavement un- conscious. Some of the idle laborers, who had been' alarmed at the shot, seeing Bill go down, came forward. Bill, bleeding at the temple, lay while Spike, won-' Bering what had happened, stood by. The sheriff came up. \"There he 1B,\" said one of Seagrue's men...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 26 April 1916

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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 — 3 May 1916

ThisW^^^^^^^ THE DOOBIJOUNTYNEWS—*'NEWS WORTH WHILE' IQIOME TWO Ifidge PaitiaJly Destroyed Steamer Fletcher Shoved Sixty Feet of it Into Bay at Three O'clock Tuesday Morning. Traffic Suspended On Bridge For Short Time Prompt Action by The Utility Commission Enabled Foot Passengers to Cross Bridge Today. _STUBGEON BAYj WISCONSIN WEDNESDAT, MAY 8, 191G Oft Tuesday morning at about 3:0J o'clock, the lumber barge F. W. Flet- cher, formerly of the Nessen Lumber Co., In passing thru the draw of the local bridge, collided with the east approach and did considerable dam age. The bridge for a length of SOrntilsfooteServicthiandfullywillsc feet was torn up.and thrown into th-j water. The strong steel rails were bent and twisted as if they were of some pliable material and the piling under the bridge for one or two spans was completely torn and broken off. The small shelter house on this side of the draw was completely demolish^ ed, planking and all wood material in the bridge being scattered ...

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

wmmmm^&mvs ^ l A W Y E R •: • ,Ro«e Fortemptovwas a Sunday visi- tor a t Algoma. , {Henry liackenshire lett Sunday on •a business and pleasure trip to Green -:Bay..'/ ':•••' \"J\"-V. ' ''\"••• /-• -'^: .' •' • 1 .Mrs. J. B. Spalsbury was a Green ' \"B$$ visitor for a few days last week, Shaving gone down to Green Bay on ^^mat.y.\\'' •:.', /v.:. • ..••'. \\ « •••'. '•'•'. W F. Zibel of Chicago was here during the spast week, paying one of \"his regular periodical visits at the home of Melvin Haines. .Miss Ella-Maggie has acepted a po- '. fiition .at • the Jos. Schmeider meat market as telephone girl, taking care of all the orders that are phoned in. /•••.'• iH. v C Waldman, Insurance man of Green Bay, spent several days here during the week in the interests of his business. .life'dance at the Sawyer opera house on Friday evening was well at- tended. It was the first dance here .after Easter. Adolph Anderson of Huniblrg, Wis., /numbered among those who were here in attendance at...

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

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWT ^Fa^fei^ to Farmers' Interest By FARMER FURROW SOME WATS OF BEDUCING THE HIGH COST OF LIYDfG Jfeat Xeft-Oters and How to Serro Then .'• Written tor the Door County News by Nellie Maxwell, ' Department of Farmers' Institutes of the University of Wisconsin. There are several requisites for a successful leftover of meat, all bone and gristle and fat should be removed it should be more highly seasoned as it has loBt its first flavor in cooking it must appeal to the eye in appear- .ance, not recalling its former appear- ance and it should not require too much labor in preparation too many ingredients to make it palatable. Otherwise the effort of saving Is lost Meat from the soup stock has most of its food value left, barring the flav- or of the extractives, by.adding gravy and seasonings one may have a very tasty and palatable croquettte. Never repeat the same dish of left-overs, un til the family has forgotten the com- binations. We are prone to get very tired of th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 May 1916

|35|^|*V«:','S^ •7::^.:'. Vi .. • (/|KSf»«rflfr4) '•\"/••'• •.\"'.•- .\"V:. |fe VlS*ABI It JU&HiANT, pMfeidMt u»4.Huipt ^^\\J. 5jfJV.''. ' •:. WAOBNBft, 8«craUr7 «o TrNianr. »U ooaunnmiotioiu to Tk» ••Â»•, Stufaoa B»jr,WUoontiu. $nbscription-Price, $1.00 Per Tea Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, May 3, WW ^ :Sawyer has a school building. And as far as the school building: is con- cerned, that is all you can say about it It the faculty would ask any one of the pupils to write an essay on that Tiuilding we imagine it would Tend •something like this: \"Somewhat de- lapldated, quite cold in the winter, no matter how hard the janitor fires the furnace unsafe in some respects and far from-the center of population.\" It might go on further and say, \"the «ast side has a school building, mod- ern in every respect—we have not\" In the far corner of (.the essay tho •writer might have a s \\ post script: \"It is reported that there are some in- sects ia_the building.\" Wo say isn't it tim...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 May 1916

flllS AND THAT -':..y-''.- Vy,.:.. •'-•,—: fro m — :—— —- HERE AND THERE TffiSHINGTON ISLAND Henry Bilton arrived here on Thurs- da evening. 3ftu Ford car arrived .at Washington ^H&rbor last week for Mads Sv?enson. Hans B. Hansen was seen on the xoad with his new Buicfe Sunday. Ho I* Anderson bought & Ford car while in Sturgeon Bay last week. Capt Gte Christiansen will have his boat, the Flotilla, ready for commis- sion this week. The steamers Saugatuck and Bon Ami have begun making their regu- lar trips. _ The best thing about Ashing this spring is the price. Fish bring near- ly three times as much as they did this time last year. The water has settled so that autoa can use the.main road past the post- office. The first auto went through on Thursday evening. All the farmers are busy preparing • the soil for seeding. A few have sow.- ed their peas already but there seems to be a shortage of seed. Nels Nelson is plastering his house and it will soon be ready for occu- pancy. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 May 1916

fipt is ^•0ii^Mere\"Motor Sales Company this •we4lc delivered one of theiii, Hudson ^i*The ladies o£ St Joseph church will glye - a social this afternoon 'and cv- :«iing (Wednesday) in the 'church basement iSreryone is cordially, In- • • • ^ J ^ ^ ^ : ^ ' : % ' • • ' ! / . , ' . ' • . \" • f ' - \" : • • . \" • - ' iThe^ aanceigiven by the Girl's club :^ the hij|fe scfhool gym on ^tirsda y eyentog was' fairly .well attended. The\" young people-' who gathered report , tfiat.theyhad a very enjoyable time. vThe Soldiers Relief Committee com- posed of • Nic Moeller, Julius Bern- hardt and John* Masse, all of-this city, held one of their regular : quarterly meetings at the court house on Mon- day of this week. :The directors, of the Door County State.Bank held a meeting Monday to x^sider^^ bids for the basement of the new bank. All bids * that part of the building were re- jected.. Dr.'Wilson Naylor of Appleton Col- 16ge preached in the MethodlBt church last Sunday morning and lectured...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 May 1916

, T i p DOOR COUKTI NE^S MAt 3i 19i6 Clarence Dana left for Washington Island on a business trip Tuesday. Miss Marie Carmody returned on Monday evening from Kewaunee where she spent a week visiting friends. Chas Honold of Baileys Harbor was \"^^nohg the business visitors in'the city Monday. - Mrs. J- Doiiovan of Forestville was a visitor in the city Saturday between trains. Jos: Peters of West Allis arrived here Friday evening of last week for a visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. li- D* Smith returned the fore part of last week from a week's visit at her former home in Milwaukee. Sam Newman of-Algoma was a busi- ..ces visitor in the city .s.-veral hours on Monday. •' • s. K. Miles left on Sunday for Pitts^ burgh after being at his home ~ at Shoreside for a short visit. George Beyer, town clerk of Egg Harbor, was a business .visitor in the city on Monday. ' • •George W. Kelsey of Algoma arriv- ed Tiere oh Monday evening to pay a visit with relatives and friends here. H. Dandols o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 May 1916

l l l l l l l l ^ •^ll-'Fi•• ':' ••• .'. -,...•' : \":.. . ''.'.' • . ' ' . . = = ^ ^|^]5v : r6i^MraLE : :' i :.::A .-.'..•weak r£.i Joseph Stoneman sr.f made a trip Svjtor 6wen .,Bay- last/Saturday.'..-' '-./• , llra Sam Ferry was a visitor at Sturgeon Bay Wednesday. ^Vlirfl.. Martin Schmitz sr., made a ctrlp to Algoma Tuesday. : August Nauman Br., of Maplewood was a visitor here Tuesday. / Mrs. Ernest* Stuber made a trip to Algoma Saturday. Albert Born of Algoma spent a few aours here Saturday on business. Jimmy Wolske 1B now employed at Henry Paasch's place as farm hand. Gertrude Schmitz and Annie Duvwe 'were visitors at Algoma on Thursday. Mrs. John Serraham of Shawano \"was here during the week spending a few days on business. Rob Murray made a trip to Stur- geon Bay Friday returning on Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudloph Dettman of Maplewood* were here on business Friday. Mrs. Jacob Wiesner of Nasewaupee was a visitor here at the home of her parents Friday. Miss Ella Boettcher l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 May 1916

THE BOOB COPITTY NEWS\\TRAX k 1916 AND THE GAM E _ of Mountain Railroad Life ^ FRAN K H. SPEARMAN Novelized From the Moving Picture P| a y 0 f the Same Name Rroduced by the Signal Film Corporation. \" Each understood the other as they ileft the. scene together. And summon |ing his men, Bill and Lug, and getting jinto his motor car with the expert, j Seagrue drove away toward Las Ve- gas. The machine was stopped a little • distance from Rhlnelander's camp and Seagrue on a scratch pad wrote a note to Amos Rhinelander. Giving this to Lug, he directed him to deliver lit He then told Bill to drive back to town. Helen, cut to pieces over the dtsclo- : sure of Spike's complicity In the death • of her father, returned with Rhine- lander and Storm to the construction camp. Storm offered such consolation as he could, but this was very little. And It was almost a relief to him when Rhinelander directed him to see about getting the men to work. Rhinelander himself was watching •the progress of ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 May 1916

f t l ^ l i l i l ^ ^ '^iructloin, •for inst^ce :wncirete. ^The countyt is «v:*gH,i^ )riation ,.. ......... - ..... .„ . , . ... . ~:''\\^ft-\\'.-' :* County Board In Special Session Wed- .%:3ie^y ^piroprT^^Tl(^' Amount: ?M\\v^. ':''• FprVBoait Repair \" , Tne special, session of the county Tjqard: which was called on Wednes: f-4ay to attend to the v serious road /problems that have developed In the county was'attended byevery member »if: the.county board and there were also a number of interested people ] 'present ': '\"'•.' •'\". .•\"..': ChiefHighway Engineer Hirst of Madison and Division Highway Engi- neer Conway of Green were also in at- tendance, at the meeting. The meeting was brought to order shortly after ten o'clock .Wednesday morning and on motion the usual .routine of business Was dispensed with and several of the chairmen from the various parts of the county gave their \".'ideas and views of the present predicament that the county is in. Mr. Hirst was then called upon...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

lis A^ THE DOOR 06tJN*Y NE^^\"N1WS WO&TH WmLS' Lands Will be Examined and Maps,Will be Made Showing Results of Investigation. Ixpense Borne By Federal Government And State •Maps Will be Distributed Free at The Completion of The Work of The Examiners. An inventory of the soil - resources of Door County lis now being made by the College of Agriculture and the Wis. Geol. and Natural History Survey working in cooperation with the U. S. 2Dept of Agriculture. This work, is 3ust being started and will require the •entire summer to complete. Land in •all parts of the county will be exam- ined and a soil map will be made which will show the extent and dis- tribution of all the different kinds of soil. Samples of all soils will be tak- en and sent to Madison and to Wash- ington D. C. where analyses will be made. 3n addition to showing the soils the anap will indicate all roads, streams, Jakes, houses, schools, towns, etc., .and this will be published on a scale of one inch to one mile. Th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

wm^MM&mm®. wmmwvmR ife is&x* SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION County Sunday School Convention i t: : ^ilV]^'^Idl'ln..Tlit) German 3f.r? /V'^vJb.Cbnrcb'On-.Janc 7 anil S » ' ¥& 6 The annual Door County ^Sunday school convention will be held, at the ' * t : E. Church on Wednesday and Thursday, June 7and 8th. Among the speakers from outside that will be present to address the gathering will belMr, J. h. Rogers, general secre- tary of the. state Sunday school asso- ciation, Miss Mabel Bailey,. ^ipt. of the Elementary department The com- mittee has made a special endeavor to secure an attractive program and one that will make the gathering an i Interesting one As the conventions are attended by representatives from all- parts of the countyther will be a goodly number of yisltors in Sawyer on that day. Some special arrangements should bo : inade aand all should see that the vis- itors are well treated. Free lodgings and breakfast for out-of-town dele- gates can be secured it partie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

THB a06 B COUNTY NEWS May 10, 1916 s e Devotedto By FARMER FURROW 'Interest SOME WAYS OF SEDUCING THE HIGH COST OF LIVING Written for the Door County News by • Nellie Makwell, Department of ^ a , Farmers' Institutes of the Univer- :^ •': .Bityjiit Wisconsin^ '. I We need to consider in our economy . campaigns that it is quite easy to be \"penny: wise and pound foolish.' When, eggs are scarce and high, to use in a bread pudding several eggs with milk, sugar, spices and raisins, to save a half loaf of bread, does not seem entirely /wise. The virtuous feeling of haying been saving must be carefully analyzed to see if we really have been economi- cal. This same bread, sliced and spread with buttey, might be covered with fresh or canned rhubarb \"and baked, making a most wholesome des- sert and one with little expense, as it • is taken for granted that all country people, at any rate, grow their own rhubarb and can the surplus. There is another fallacy called econ- • omy which consists o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

mm m Door Omnty News u w w i N V N H a N t t Btercwm BayTwIs- * DOOR £bUN*y NEWSlieve • ,••,• ^. -,.'^T--. ••:-'•'UUnotrtmwItii--..•••'('• '•* • i B L M. UAPLAMT. Pt«a«i t u«)*•&•Â«Â« fl. A. MHTOBBBO. Vle«-Pr**id«at '.' '- ./.• ^ . WAOKKCB, 8«er«Ur7 sad T n i n n r . AMrMt ah caaaualeatiou to Th* Saws, Sibtcription Price, *$1.CO Per tea |f^to idd ya\\a^^ »filch:i^ re^ , I believe Wfconitesy, in kindness, to generosity,.^ingood cheer in' friend* ship and in honest competition. I be- there is something doing, some- where, for every man ready to do it I believe Via.ready—RIGHT NOW!-— Elbert Hubbard. •Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, May 10,1918 r : : A \"Word For The Sparrow ' \" j There Is probably no bird regarded : as more of a pest than the little spar- row. Yet balance the little sparrow's account with wTiat la to his credit A scientist in-Iowa by test after test found that in winter time, the sparrow ato^ about a quarter of an ounce of •weed seed a day. Then he counted the n...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

THIS AND THAT -•','.•.•'• •\"-• — : — ~ - — : from : • — HERE AND THER E WASHINGTON ISLAND An electric storm of unusual severity passed over here Sunday niglit f The band will give another concert next Saturday evening .at Nelson's hall. • Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bilton have moved into the Iverson ^cottage at West Harbor., Mr. and Mrs. H B. Gill are expected to arrive here this week to occupy their summer home. The Easter missionary collection •was taken up at the Bethel S. S. last Sunday. It was decided to send the money to Carrie Anderosa who is a missionary-to China from here. Mr. J. G. Kiss who has been work- ing at Inalana Harbor since last fall returned home last Friday. He will be- gin painting for O. L. Jensen on Mon-* day of this week. Chas Gislason, who. has been em- ployed in Chicago since the holidays, •returned home Friday. He wirf help in the store during, the summer months .'Mry and Mrs. W W . Fay arrived at their summer home here last week. They spent Jhe winter in Arkans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

Wief:. Igii^qpg tiie iase of typhoid fever ^thajtrhaye befen reported recently is Jthat : ojt Cash Dresser- who was taken fli :TWU1 the fever the latter part of wlaBt^eek.^ , \":- y'/'' ''•'•••• •$ \"AUVthe'fry that has been hatched' at the local hatchery has been planted f'With the Exception, of a Bmall' amount ^whlcb. will be planted In Clark's Lake • t a near date. ? K M I * ' ' Peter Leonhardt entertained number of her friends at a si* o'clock dinner, on Thursday at her home in the second ward. An enjoy- able time was had by th,e guests. : ^ e Dorcas Society will hold a meet lng at the Congregational church par- lors on Tuesady evening, May 16th. Members'are requested to bring their old rubbers. / ^ T h e Huxford Meat Market has added a a^liyery truck to Its delivery equip- ment which will be of great value to that meat shop in making prompt du- ltyerlesv ' --:«. : iThe lire department was called out at about ndon Monday. A small' chimney fire in the cottage, occupied by Anton ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS May 10, 191* Ourselves in Print Peter Haen and son spent Sunday Tisiting at Luxemburg with relatives. Attorney John W. Reynolds of Greea Bay was a visitor inthe city on Sunday. Otto Ray of Ephraim spent several f? hours in the city on Saturday visiting August Brahn and son Ha\"rry of Baileys Harbor motored to the city on en business Saturday. Julius J. Anderson, proprietor of the Sister Bay hotel, was a business vis- itor in this city on Tuesday. Frank Jischke of Sister Bay was a business visitor, in the city for a few hours Monday. \"Walter Fichtner of Sister Bay spent a few days during the past week vis- iting with irienids in the city. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. j . SkiHing on Tuesday afternoon, of this week. ' W. L. Ives returned on Monday eve- ning from a few days visit at Gre^n Bay with relatives. Win. Draeb was up from Kewaunee ever Sunday to pay a visit with his wife and baby. Mrs. George Arnold of Milwaukee arrived her on Monday morning, heing...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 May 1916

llijfc TJOOR cotGST^ OTII^ M^io i?if &*»= $ ^M'vv v,FOBESTTIIiLE': . 0M-.-OilThursday afternoon the remains || d Mrs. John Matzkewere laid to rest, vf having been- brought from the county g e ^ n ^ u e s d a ^ The services^were A 1 H U e b l a c k 8 m l t h ^ ^ a t ^ g . ^ ^ 1 fronr the Ger^an^ Lutheran J ^ ^ .schmetole on Satur sj church, Rev. Berger officiating. ( .^.i, .„° . . „ j , PeojpleS'HoBpital on last week Monday ' ' r- • :i following an operation, tor female /| ,ti»iibles. . ' ., ••' v Deceased was formerly Miss Nora j :Hi Senft, being a daughter of Mr. and f-v Mrs John Senft of Sawyer. She was » K : ibbrn In the town of Nasewaupee onGlanders |: Angpat 4th, 1887. By her death she leaves two small children and her ^husband. The children are only one and three years old. last Saturday at a Manitowoc hospi- tal for kidney trouble. Oscar Zirbel is the owner of a large new Case car which he recently pur- chased from August Jen^^ ^George Peters moved his house- hold goo...

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