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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

THB flOOR COUNTt HEWS MA1T 24,1916 AND THE GAM E of Mountain Railroad Life PRANK H. SPEARMAN «ovellwd From the Moving Picture Play of the Same Name Produced by the Slflnal Film Corporation SYNOPSIS. Little Helen Holmes, daughter of Gen- eral Holmes, railroad roan, la rescued - from Imminent danger on a scenic rail- road by George Storm, a newsboy. Grown to young womanhood. Helen Baves Storm, now a fireman, and Robert Seagrue, pro- moter, from a threatened collision. Safe- breakers employed by Seagrue steal Gen- -eral Holmes survey plana of the cut off line for the Tidewater, fatally wound the general and escape. Her father's' estate badly Involved by his death, Helen goes -to work on the Tidewater. Helen recovers the survey plans from Seagrue, and -though they are taken from her. finds an accidentally made proof of the survey blueprint Storm Is employed by Rhlne- Jlander. Spike, befriended by Helen, in his turn saves ner and the right-of-way con- tracts when Seagrue kidnaps her. He...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 May 1916

MAX2I,1916 Crystal Theatre '::. \"TheQuality Picture House\" Tuesday an d Wednesday • A 5-Reel Mutual Masterpiece, \"THE MILL ON THE FLOSS\" A superb screen version adapted from George Eliot's most brilliant novel,\" with Mignon Anderson, supported by Harris Gordon and W. Eugene Moore. Thursday and Friday FRIDAY—SOUVENIR NIGHT A 5-Reel Universal Broadway Feature \"THE PRIMROSE PATH\" featuring the brilliant, dramatic ac- tress Gladys Hanson. Scenario writ- ten by Bayaird Veiller, author ot \"Within the Law\" and other great plays. Saturday and Sunday TRIANGLE A Miraculous Escape Dr. J. Donovan and A. Brett of Forest* •HI© I'lungw From Brl'i^e Into Bay With Anto. Eficapn Unscathed A thrilling experience befell J)r. .1. -Donovan, and his employee on Thurs- day at about six. o'clock- In tho even- ing when tho new car which-they were driving plunged thru the railing H short distance on tho\" other eide ot tho toll house and Into tho bay.Jf Dr. Donovan was at tho wheel of his new Bulck....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

tt$^«^*^^^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE* VOtUME TWO STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 191K School Convention A Success § •• t : — Upward of Thirteen Hundred Students Present Many Taking Part in The Exercises. MalielJB^sland Winner Of Spelling Contest Athletic Contests Held For Boys And Girls. Band Rend ered Several Selections. Hundreds ©f school children and many grown-ups from all parts of the county poured into the city from early Saturday morning until noon and as- sisted in making the annual field meet a big succes. All the towns in the county were represented and practically every school, the number present being es- timated at about 800. The exercises which were held in the high school in the morning and the field events whieh were held In the afternoon were good and greatly enjoyed by all. Thisis the second year .that this meet has taken place and it is the inten- tion of County Supt Tufts to make it an annual event which will be look- ed forward to by ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

Itflltp j|Jj THE ©ope coxnxTxmira MAT SI, ioi PlPi^|^^^i| 'Ci^s imyBNTiox PLANS COMPLETE Tenth Annul Snndny.school Conven- tion Takea Place tfext Wednesday and Thursday at M. E. Church The plans for the tenth annual Door , County Sunday School Convention •which will 061 held here In the German M. E. church on Wednesday and Thursday, June 7th and 8th, are now complete. Present indications are that there will be many in attendance from practically * parts of the county. The program, which has been prepared for the two days is one of interest to all who are connected with or interest- ed in Sunday-school work. The one great thing about the con- vention is that it is |or all religious denominations and every one is invit- ed to attend. The program proper does not begin until Wednesday noon, thus giving the people from all parts of the county an opportunity to be pres- ent for the opening. J. L. Rogers and Miss Mabel Bailey, both well known Sunday-school workers, will be pres- ent The f...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

THE POOB couirry JTEW§ MAY si, me. s Page Devotedto FWmer/Interest By FARMER FURROW (Continued From Last Week } PIG RAISING MEANS MONET , \" AND:'',EDN FOB COUNTY A Start *n Farming Wt h Pigs Itcogta less to start raising pigs - than other lire Stock. They reproduce more rapidly. They dp well on cheap home grown feeds. They can be marketed earlier than other classes of live stock. They pay good to the man who likes them and takes good care of them. Pigs for Bigger Proats—We have set out to tell you boys how to make money raising pigs—more money than most pig raisers are making today. If you Just look around a little and then think about this matter, you will be- ^in to see that too many farmers are aot raising their pigs right They might be\" making bigger profits than they are. Too many pigs are raised •on the waste products of the farm and are not given enough food fattening feeds. To be sure the pig is valuable lor turning waste products into mon- ey, and the feeder who does not...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

,-Iff wmmsmss$s$. :S*4i^ M ikkiAHT, Pmld«a» and Haaaex |S|', i :^\" 'p. WAOBIOBE, 8«or«UrT: and Traaauar. ^^^i«i»5.^'«l«wuae»«OM to ,Taa:l Hawa. ^g§i? ^ . g^W«»f»oa Bay.. Wttooaala. '•'/ a. tStarg»6«' Bay, Wte Majr 81,1918. America Firtt My country! 'tis of thee, Sweet land of •liberty, of thee I Blng: Land where J'-my fathers died! Land of the Pilg- js rims' prldo From ev'ry mountain Bide Let freedom ring! My native country, thee, Land of thecaused j noble, free. Thy name I love I love thy rooks and rills, Thy woods and v templed hills:• My heart with rap- y t u r e thrills Like that above. Let music swell the breeze, And ring from all Uie treoa Sweet freedom's song: Lot mortal tongues awake Let all that breatho partake Let rocks their silence break, tho sound ^prolong* Our fathers' Ood! to Thoo Author of liberty. To Thee-wo sing: Long may our land be bright with freedom's holy light Protect UH by Thy might, Great God, our King. What wo tbink about this typhoid 'bus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

THE BOOB COUimMWB%:MA*•*!, 1916/ THAT from HER E AND THER E WA8HDr«lTO» ISLAUD THAT CREAMERY •jbe Washington Island Creamery is ^ one of the best propositions that has ever come to the island: Not only be- cause it will be a money maker for those interested but it will help build op the island in every respect Where- ever dairying can be carried on to any extent, there you can make a suc- cess of a creamery, and Washington Island is an Weal 8 P 0 t * o r a cream- ery. Take tor example a man who has ten or twelve good milking cows. Those cows should bring in returns of a hundred dollars a month. If the cows are not producers, sell them. Don't let them feed off the profits of the good cows. Go into the dairy business. I t will be good for you and good for the island. More on that subject on the Farmer's page from week to-week. Mr. Friis at Sfxty-SIx Last Saturday was the sixty-sixth mile stone in the life of Nels Friis, and in honor of that event Mr. Friis invited several of his fri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

tlilllllffis^ §#??^iei^^^Siitv.^peritibn' i g£HaMe£^ ^^biii w^t^en tb the Egeland\\hos-- i^lnilKtte first off the^vweek where he for append!-' |^::^lH^erclier 'has movea his furnl- |tnres ^BtoVe from toe Feuerstein build- Stoig totheDehps building which was iJtor^iiy the Gem theater. : ^ \"Peweies & BraridclB received a car- -load shipment of flour the first of tie jlj'jv&ikv^'F. Solomon also received a v icjufload :lot. v::'.:'\" ,':f:.: i ^Wany of the sportsmen got busy tho flrst of the week and since then the . \" Jbass have been catching it. The sea- : Ksbn opened on the 29th and many ang- -|erflvhave been busy since that date. A number report fairly good catches, :•,(••Â», -Lavlolette was brought in from , iittie'r Sturgeon Monday'\"evening by vender-Sheriff\" Putraan and lodged In 5 the county Jail. He was arrested fol- idwing1: a fracas at that place. His o ytill xome uplater in the week. Hai^cy_:_Stock,_managcr of the Crys- tal theater,, met with an accident which...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

eW,,,... ...,,, ,,^-,,,......, , THE BOOB coxn^,:im$:^0^i-mC- •'_• g voight of Ellison Bay was in the city Monday. ^:V. ^.. ^. , ,.,.. • v.. Wm A. , Sanderson was a Sunday tisitor at Green Bay. / Architect F. P. iCrandall made a business trip to Casco Tuesday. •\"\" Trainmaster C.H. Smith was up t\\ frotn Green Bay: Friday, and Saturday- Attorney W. E. Wagener made a pra- fessionai trip to Maplewood Friday. Mr. and Mr. J. W. Rogers of Row- leys Bay were visitors in the city Sat- -'. nrday. . ••\"'.-'.• ' •'•'•\"' -'^ r ijarry Dana made a trip to Green Bay and Appleton the latter part of . last week. . Chairman George Ahlswede of Brus- sels was a business visitor in the city Saturday. D. W. Larkiri spent a few days the - forepart of the week on business in Milwaukee.: ~ Henry Gyerbeek left on Monday af- ternoon for Milwaukee on a few dajs business trip. , Mr. and Mrs. John Pleyte returned Thursday evening from a week's visit at Milwaukee. L. Basten of Green Bay, formerly of this city...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

This and That/rom IplM^/'- FORESTYILLE lygjohn ikebgh lost a valuable horse SiflmlngNlieVweek.'. •'/ W$&i*^:jkre& of Rio Creek was'Were ||§ff1l^day7'cm: ip||a Haegele of. Algoma transact- l&JJenr^ci'etzer of Sturgeon Bay was ^5J^wtftw»'Ttte8day 'eyenM»K.:\\^\" '••'• |||^ ^Ua:/^bervretarned'' Wednesday from1 Sturgeon Bay.:.V^ Sj ^ KJflrapll of Algoma was here Wed- nesday on business. ,-.\" Bernhardt Boettcher returned to Al- jgoma Friday. Herman Kreft made a trip to Bio Creek Friday. .• Attorney L. Breummer of Kewaunee was a business visitor sere Tuesday. Ed Jennerjahn lost his horse during the week. The animal broke its neck. Liouis Seller and wife and Andrew Lawrence motored to Algoma Sunday. MrsvW. Janke of Wausau visited at the home of August Zirbel's Tuesday. vMrB. Prank Seller has been very sick for some time and her condition j^t present is critical. Jos. Duftjk and George Paul of Al- goma were business visitors here Tues- day. Wenzel Seller of Appleton was call...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

THK DOOR COUNTY NEWM MAT 31, 1916. If1 - of Mountain Railroad Llfo ty FRAN K Jj. SPEARMAN •Novelized From the Moving Picture Play of the Same Name Produced by the Signal Film Corporation. 8plke make movede thed deskser gean t Icouldy n an degree . H ba directe d the officers to take the two to sepa- rate cells when a commotion was heard In the hallway and Rhlneland- er dashed into the room. In the itwlnkllng of an eye the aspect of everything changed. In Rhinelander, 'the conscientious watchman recog- nized the president of his own safe -deposit company, and when the great transportation magnate rushed up to Helen to extend his sympathy and nodded, as an old acquaintance, to Spike, the humble watch dog of the safe deposit vault gasped. He wait- «d just a minute, and in an auspicious lull in the conversation between Rhinelander and Helen, Spike stand- ing at attention, the watchman pushed into the group to ask whether he had made a mistake. \"No mistake at all,\" said Rhineland- •er...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 May 1916

mm ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^^^^^^^^PI^i gMiMQB^C^^ M ||||§jB£n^^ }|i^£slf'. tMe'-:b^ fajg^xeyrart^therf ttian : '!ttie niefe'drjf of a ^^dttty^we^perfoxmed, this day and this ®i^ :*gathering shpuld furnish thkt \"reward ilS^S^^hyeiar Bince 1SS68 has the Nation ssgj^paldj Wieoi this tribute and 'eac year |:$:^toasthe.eiitliustasi increasediaiidithe Sf^patrloiilBm'vand veneration deepened. 'fi$*S:Wifty^lghtvtimea -since 1868i has: the f^£ *ifttion paid^Its tribute'ao the living 2 fiS^aad Us ibinage, to the dead.' \"Forty- Iig%aeigbt Jtitnetf haVe we gone back over SijSfiiniemory'a trail 'toreplenish the fire •A%ciiUM-^?^^oiismDra closer contact with «TvVr-lour-giprrqM''-past -'' •/'.'.'' ''\"\"\".\"' ' •'.•/.'•. ••-.' Kpii'?®Ana after all that is the great pur- 4f£&v poseof this day. The replenishing', ji?r--i^ibe. TeviV.iaBi the intensifying of patri- ^5? otism. We teach the youth of today : , :Jzlove of the bounty by, showing him fe v:-?the picture of a great and glori...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 June 1916

^w^entally, it is more provable to go out andgetath^t because it doesn't come your way. THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE* STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY.WWE JT, 1916 Funeral of James Hanson, Former Assemblyman and Postmaster, Held Tuesday. Conrad Geise of Gardner Passed Away Friday Fiends and Neighbors From Far and Near Attended the V Funeral Held Sunday Afternoon. . Ex-AJBsemblyman James Hanson pass- -ed: way Sunday at his home in Eph- raim following an illness'from which he has suffered more or less for the past few years. By the death of Mr. Hanson boor •county loses one of its notable and well known men. His many friends in all parts of the county, although knowing of his ailments were shocked to hear of his death. During his many years of residence in this county he made •manyfrlends and was one of the most widely known men in this county. He was born in Norway, August\" 20, 1852, coming to this country with his parents In 1854, they settling at Man- itowoc. He receiv...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 June 1916

WSK^SWWM&s: b^^WYER HOLDING SESSION Ctounty Santay-school Workera Now In •Session In the German M. E. Church. 10th Annual Contention i,, Many ardent Sunday-school workern froin practically all parts of the coun- ty gathered in meeting at the German M. E. church. The actual session of :• the convention begins this afternoon but a number arrived this morning ^to beTon hand: for the-meeting. The two speakers here for the convention are J. L. Rogers, secretary of the : state S. S. association and Miss Mabel Bailey,.an eiemehtary specialist These two speakers, together with the pas- tors of the county churches and offi- cers of the association will make the program an interesting one. The officers and departmental sup- erintendents of the county association are: •\".•''•. '.'\"•/ President—N. P. Olmsted vice-pres- ident, Jas. Wilson, Egg Harbor sec- retary, J. R. Seaquist, Sister Bay cor- responding secretary, Miss Lizzie An- derson, Ephralm treasurer, Mrs. C. , A. Lundberg, Fish Cre...

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

^parmers Page Devoted to Farmers'Intere^^ By FARMER FURROW RAISING GOOD HORSES Farmer Must Give Extra Aften- tion to Mares and Foals. Rduflh.Treatment, Poor Feed and Urt- comfortable.Quarter? All Tend to :': r Les8en Chances of Strong - •'.' •••'•' arid Vigorous Colt. : tt you want to raise good horses, you must look after the mares and young foals, in fact, you will have to be a little careful with the mares for 'three months before foaling, says a writer. Rough treatment, poor feed, -and uncomfortable quarters/all tend to lessen the chances of the foal com- ing Into the world alive, strong and able to thrive from the start. In ail probability a'lar.ge majority •of colts are dropped during the months of April and May. This means that : -'\" i wiH IN• Hik • HKi18111 ' H ^ P 1 [ 111MHM RIGHT RULES FOR DAIRYMEN Wisconsin Agricultural College Gives Out Some Good Advice That Ev- ery Farmer ShoulchFollow. • . ' ' \\ . • • ' The dairy department of the\\Wis- consin college of agriculture ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 June 1916

lllllil§l!!& g^i^lll/yiM^I DE ?^A/M*ftlUBipHD IWWBBUY.' BY --. M. liAPLAKT. Pr«id«i :«nd. Uaasfax i,*0tmB«BO . Viee-Preildeiit *TAOK««E, BecreUjrr sad Trawiu*f. •U coaunoaicatloni to Tk» Hrwt, Starfeon B»y. Wisconsin. tioa Price* $1.50 Per Year K | f t f l § W ^K-WIsconsin, June 7,1918 m? J$M& - ^ commendable things the | ^ i r | a | i t : highway committee and the 1 ! W ^ ^ ^oni°ll8aJoher have done is ^ptittij^ repair men on the roads, This' l ^ t t t o d : is^approved of by ail who HljUnre occasion to use the roads. $$V?'te rumored that if the concrete pBtirieet. lato be put in an injunction l ^ i l bo served to stop it Lets see— ^liWlJNCTION—the last time that was g^olae it prevented-the city from getting Iprater works at a saving of some $30,- ||0 Mf'--it is said. In fact if we had got g|he^ater works at that time we would |ftaveha a complete line of pipe3 p*tf6'und the city with ah adequate p p a t e r supprybu we are told the ^Jcpntractor would have lost hea...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 June 1916

THE DOOR COUKTt NEWS JUNE 7, 1918 ^ipiS AND THAT -•\"'''•.''.' •\"•••• •—~\"~—~ from. '• : — — HERE AND THERE WASHINGTON\" ISLAND Kels C. Nelson is occupying his new home. Rob Knudson moved into the place vacated by Nels. The Gislason Mecantile Co. had a large and successful olearance sale for ten days, closing last Saturday ev- ening- MrsKjorgensori of the Fair store will have a similar one this week. There, \"was- an unusally heavy rain Thursday night which stopped the road work for the remainder of the week. Mr. Stevenson tcfife^this oppor- tunity to visit his home)- returning on Monday of this week. Mrs. Martin Bergerson visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Koyen during the past week. Miss Clara Bergerson of Ellison Bay arrived here Monday morning. The two returned to their respective homes Tuesday. Mrs. Walter Ottosen of Pilot Island •f Sturgeon Bay people helped carry oul the program. Mrs. Sam Churches was taken to Sturgeon Bay by Dr. Slaughter last week to have an X-R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 June 1916

felliieiloiBce of''thecity,clerk'will be stairway fs being erected wHich will Sclosed on Saturday afternoons during j the months of June, July and Aug-, I^M:::::^ .:-./: ',•:•:.'•'.' •• / l^iB,-'-W.-':'Ci iT.. U. will meet at the H^wjeSpf-V'Mre. Henry Birmingham on f**ext Tuesday afternoon, with Vivian p^Brigham as leader.-':.--••''-: '. giThelljaMere Motor Sales Co. within 5 the week sold one of the Dodge road- gitfBrB to St R. Stradling. The company •Â«ow have the county agency for the fJDcAge Bros. 'cars..:' . ^iiByan agreement of the three banks their places will be closed at 3 p .m. |i*rory afternoon during the summer imonths. The agreement went into I «ffect the first of this month. §i^^(S'workers of the Latter Day Saints of Jesus Christ church are mak- ing their headquarters in this city gi«ui will be located in Uie\" county dur- iSlag the summer. They held services goni the streets Saturday evening. g --:- A|6eautiful veranda is being added £ ioKtpe residence of Mr. and ...

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

^Eptio&iwfr^ Qui\"selves in Print joe Dory, the weH-khown baseball player, \"was in the city Tuesday. j . BUton 'of Detroit Harbor was in the city Saturday. *-\"\" Art Parent'Ot Egg Harbor was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. James Langemak went down to Green Bay Monday arteraobh., Rev. F. Geier of Maplewood was a visitor- in? the cityv between trains on Thursday. • • \" • _ • . Mrs. S. R. Stradling^ went to Greea Bay on Monday afternoon for a short visit- : • , Sigrid Paulson who is attending the Training school at Algoma spent the week end with friends in the city. Mrs. F. C Payne left the latter part of last week for a visit at • her former home at Antigo. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dutton of Green Bay spent Sunday visiting here at the borne of Capt Wm. Boyd. D. O'Hern of Green Bay was a busi- ness visitor in the city Thursday and .Friday... • - • '• ....„ Jos. Klaqbauf. of.'Kewaunee .tspeni Sunday visiting with relatives and friends in the city. '.•.'•.'•'•\", Modest Reince a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 June 1916

3WswS! PBiHl $|| $ :&^: v: Frank Sefler files &$yPlraiifc'Seiler^one of the aged resi- §|dent8^ pit this town, passed away on J fMondayevening of last week following j^ian illness o£ a year's duration ' !# Deceased 'was 77 years of age and was born in Germany, coming to this 'J::Conntry and county about 40 yeara ago. He took up a i f arm at this place and has resided here ever since, be- ing well known throughout this sec- vttan of the county. '•' K . ^He Is survived by his wife and seven children, Wenzel of Fond du Lac Joseph and George of Forestvllle the Misses Lizzie and Mary Seller, also ^Forestvllle Mrs/ George Jenerjahn of Forestvllle and Mrs. John Nowak of the town of Lincoln, Kewaunee jycounty He is also survived by two | toothers, A. Seller of Algoma and L. Seller of Little Sturgeon and one sls- ter.-:Mrs. Joseph Klapatch of Manito- woc. : :VTne remains were taken to Algoma, ^the funeral- occurring from the Cathj olic. church there on Wednesday morn- ing, Rev. Kra...

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