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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 December 1916

llpl THE OOOB COiJSTT JTEWS DECEMBER 28,1916 ^arfln Winner Over Dill Clerelitniland l$Wclse Orer-Dagq Bttrjr in Tncs- ^K:'^': ^^flayvt-KVenin^s Hatches , t-..... - H Frank ilartia and Frank Wiese,' the two local Wrestlers, were:returned yic- • tors',in their 'hitches' Tuesdayand £x~ jperienccd no great difficulty in defeat- ing their opponents. Both matches •svero interesting and local fans were .greatly pleased to see the local men show .up,.sp, wejl. Martin prove'd,'as popular' ^as ,ever^ with/local tons aild 'after winning the flnit' fall against ' DU1 Cleveland of Appleton, made the .second fall last a little longer and ! showed the fans that he knew some- thing about the wrestling game. In his second fall with the Appleton mat art- ist he exhibited tlie many different J holds, experiencing no difficulty in handling his opponent. • Frank \"Wiese made his debut to lo-side '•. «al fans and demonstrated clearly thatfor lie understood a few things about the •wrestlihgigame. His op...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1917

Make tour Plans So That^ January 16,19 ME THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS. WOSTH WHILE* THREE pjptYEAR fornixiA History of County Year of Great Prosperity id Construction. making it a first class hotel. Still an- other marked improvement was the large addition which Poulos Bros, built to the (building which they purchased. The improvement not only consisted of building an addition but renovating the interior of that place and adding a tea room, which made it one_of finest and most up-to-date candy stores and ice cream parlors in the state. Free delivery for the city of Stur- Shoivs Great Advancement in geon Ba* secured through the efforts ag. Bank Deposits Largo for of Congressman Konop,, was inaugur- ated during the past year. The free delivery was put in force June 1st, iy Improvements In City Crops Bring Big Prices, naive Building Operations. ae year 1916 will go down In the pry of this county and city as a iientouB one, a year of marked felopments and progress in the fai- ries of th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1917

lllllllltlt^^ FAGTOBY WILt BUN Xocnl Canning Factory Will in AH SHFroliabllltjr Be In Operation the Coming1 Season After, laying idle for\" one year the : *j^ocal pea cannery will in all probability A: /Albe^p^ the coming ^I j v aeai3on by the Van, Camp people. Some \\r'^^- - {9Jt*i^et\\iqcal -lWtoe88-:in'en have heard i ::, -what might be considered authentic A A Wpbrta to^tt ^ r r ^ T W h i l e at Algomalast' week Prank Aj A '^urfus took inventory of their plant |, in that city and gave out a report that -5 , • the factory, in'Sawyer would most Uko- 'v'V^^V-'^^^^P^^^'' 1 1 0 ^'^ 6 ^ 8 ^ 0 , but it was f i , ^onbtful whether the Algoma branch i^^'^woxMbe put In operation. ^^:^.. ..-Tne'niaui''thiiigf' In running the fac- ^v^/'/.tory'jte'Wciarln'e a sufficient acreage of A '•, iApeas\" and* contracting for them amongprogress £-\\ • the fanners of this vicinity. With the |^ \" \"^/::yM :CaBaip-peoplo'bacfe.ot the factory, ^ there ehottld bo no great trouble in v-^M getting a large a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1917

\"W THE BOOB COUKTT NJ5WB JANUABY 8,1017 JTieJ)66r County News . Katared. aa aeeosd-claaa matter jfuly l, 1*14 at the poateffloe at Stnxgeon Bay,,WU- '——*- Bhder the act of March 8. 187». PUBLISHED WEEKLY B? THE^DOOR COUNTY NEWS {Incorporated) IABL M. liAPLANT. President and Manager «. Ju MWDBBRG. Vice-President W« •\"!\"' WAQEKEB, Secretary and TreMnra. ' IMMM all eommanieatlozia to Tke Sewi . Sturgeon Bay. WUconatn. Si^i^ption Price, $ 1 . 5 0 Per Year. .'•„{•• 8 ( ^ ( 4 Bay, Wisconsin Jan 3,1917 , WE ALL SHOULD KNOW If you know anything we don't know and which the public ought to know if it is worth knowing, don't you know it is your duty to let us know it, that the people may also know? You may know, but they don't know, unless you let us know the things which you know. That \"will.be good for all the people, don't you know.—Exchange. Face a fellow and play the man even if you do owe him money. How unpopular, \"Do Your Christ- mas Shopping Early\" would sound just now. That f...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1917

^^ftllttl / j S & . i S ' ^ ! ^ IJHBBOOB^ ^'||(uWi^^fcbbK^Ui-- ieauine Its oS^tooiday^-foii|bwiiagV '\"Sthe. two |^^ ^iiday/recess. : li^S^owlJ^-marrlagelicense was |^? ^\"the^couhty clerk the' past \" ^Bejptt:Jfl6t, Brussels, to Alice ^'Brussels. \"• .'.' *,•'• •'•', :.-•/••' ^^ditPMnan?sV club will hold their •meeting 2:30 Friday afternoon JpejiibnirFi which will be followed ^^TO€iJB- JPVv\"D.' Assembly No. 46 will ibid installation of omcere onThurs- ^erenlag, January 4th, All mem- farjB urgently requested to be pres- W!sW:-:^--r:^':l •'• V--:.- '-''•'• ': .|p%!e-:Tng Foremen and Linemen Pro- ctlve association will hold their first lag ot the year on Friday, Janu- ithe Eth, All members are request- J^-be^present .-:/ : .' . [||fyAccording, .to reports ice oh Green twas 1^ Inches in thickness the' Bt^'of theiVweok and appears to fj&fcbh'\" way., across without any open B$er. ^ ',* -v iiTThe drawing of seats for the Wom- i'si': clubentertainment .Monday oven- will take plac...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1917

•TOt. DOOR COUSTYJHBWS JANUARY 8,1917 • : * : $ ' Ourselves in Print John Tipler-was a Green Bay visitor Friday of last week. .\" A. J. Geniesse was a Sunday visitor at Green Bay. Miss Mary Schorn is visiting at Two .^Rivers with relatives and friends. •Elmer Goodlet of Ephraim was a visitor in the city last Thursday. Joe Klaubauf of Kewaunee spent New Years visiting with relatives here. John Halstead returned Monday •'. morning from Manitowoc where he had _ been several days on businear,. • t Clarence Cheeseman was a visitor - a t . Green Bay over Sunday, returning ^ to* this city Monday morning. :.':• .Dan Fisher returned, to Milwaukee .Monday following a few days visit in 'u!the city\"with friends. , v Miss Mary Fax and nephew G.eorge ) .left last -week for Kenosha where they ,':, \"will visit with relatives. 'f.- •'\".•' H.'A. Conant returned Friday morn- ing ,from a few days visit' at Menomi- nee, that place being his former home. Ed Acker returned Friday evening from one of hi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1917

iiijiii^^ \"• ^CHE POOH COPSTY 5BW9 MSIJABY £ M ? ^ • ' • ^ S • | - ' ' ^ ^ | : v \" ' ' ? L ' ' ^ , : ',:from'•••'.' : .•'-.'../ '.', ]:'•.'::. •—--- l l R t ^ D THER E V^^jNtoarnixE,. y^ ^^v'N(B^ Jevfelry.Store',, |fe-iu -N Anderson has decided to open ||^:^p^M-dat jjcwelry add' repair store ^ J t o f t village. He is an old and exr ^i^enced 'jewelry man, having suc- Jllff&ttdJaUjr- conducted business in Bow- I s l w j f e m a n y years, later moving to ^Jtoahauha, Wis., where he ran a large 'y0w&if 'Bt6te,[tor a number of yea:a. l^Ktr Andersonhas been In the buai-- p|M»i8 foirover 25 years and the people ll^rJPbrestyUle can be assured of the ^ B i ^ t i i a t they are haying an experlenc- | g | ^ Jeweler locating Jn their midst ^Announcement of the opening will ^lie made later but the store will prob- •bly bo opened for business about the aaiddlo of this month. ^ : l J o y d Perry is on the sick list. :*v •i.Emfl Kumm camo homo from Valmy f ,JI6nday • ••'•. ' . f-v Otto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1917

/^i»'*iS' ^ : i ^ DO6B JCH^ lisand That/rom Her^ arid There:: EMJSON BAY Death jof Wm. Welgainfl j \"Wm. Weigand passed away at his Rome here last Thursday, death being attributed to pneumonia to-which he Isdccumbed after one week's illness. Deceased was 50 years of. age and 3ue of the well known residents of Ithis part of. the county. He leaves to aiourn-his death, a wife, two daughters, feluth and Hazel, and son Warren. More Blooded Stock '• The northern part of Door county [as taking great strides in developing (into a good dairying center. It has ! the many needed natural facilities to f«arry on this profitable enterprise and I-with many more interested in dairying and in good registered stock, its de- l irelopment should be even more mark- I «d in the years to come. Ellison Bay's first cheese factory, I -which was only started some time ago [\"by Ed Evanson, is rapidly becoming m of the big cheese factories of the '-county and is receiving large quanti- i -ties of milk daily...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 3 January 1917

.':&,*. Gibbs, Lumberman of Glbbs City, '^\"plla^^^^ta^^^ppp-:: ^ ^ l ^ l t i i b j w j o r ^ i b b s • City Mich one ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f » p i d l i ^ s i ^ w i n ' B ' places in the ^^^^PjMt j^^lt .in^thta:.city,, coming' ^Ji|^^e^ ^pm Green Bay where he had l^i^urciMed aupplies^and provisions for S|jI&e ^ndreds• ot men\"under l|ls em- p|^io%f?^V: '^-^.\"' ' \" •••'••• '-V.'.^ ': •'\"'\" - | g ^ ^ M ^ 0 i b b t is owner of timber\" lipid- IJlSingfc'itt/irpii connty:,and' owns and op- ^&^tesi-a^large sawmill '.'at Gibbs City. ^^i'f .Tiie 'flrm:lSrknown as R. P. Glbbs & ^|^JhdLnmbor Co. and they get out mil-' ^,^ljpn8::pf feet of hardwood and a few £0Q. ImiUIph feet 'of pine:•..each. year. In ||||a^fc^«taout 'thi8 year's, business, §/j^egeilUeman stated that it would iin- |questtetoably bb the best that the lum- | beraenhave experienced in years, for teyerythhie was favorable for the get- ting out of unlimited amounts of lum- jber^and timber.- The holdings which he and •h...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1917

06Wi$^fc genius Msincmty, xind truth accomplishes no victories without it BOOR€OUi THE DOOR COUNTY NEWa-MNEWS WO&TH WHILE' fclJME 'jTIIKEE v.—*J'M»' T 8TDKOEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY JANUAEY10, 1917 AUTAUQUA am Will be Strongest One Ever Presented to a Local Au- dience. To be of Usual Length Definite Date Not Yet Set with /'Billy\" Sunday, the great evan- gelist The Merrllees who are a charm- ing group of young ladies, also give the prelude for the entertainment of the first day and will be followed by Don- ald M. McGibney, who will give a 8terioptican lecture, on his wide trav- els. He is a lecturer of interest and chooses fitting subjects for each lo- cality. Entertainers for Second Day In the afternoon Clarissa Harrold, reader and impersonator. Miss Har- rold is a reader of marked ability and Among the Leading Attractions Will be Montraville \"Wood, Scientist and vLccturer The Singing Hussars .Parish Players and The Merrliees., her impersonations of some of the great maste...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1917

llil^^ nod* xms^':istm^MmAmWm^ \"5• ]Hore Vwation The school children of the public •scfipol are having a little logner yaca- vtion tharf was anticipated or planned '•'$or them. During vacation the holler tin the heating plant that keeps the iachobliiire having a little longer vaca- Uohg crack in the steel, which made i t impossible to heat the school as no wteam could be furnished. As the repair required several days /to fix, the children were given a few *days additional vacation. Principal iLangemak has resigned Cliaving been tendered a position with nhe Door County Fruit Grower's Un- iion. His resignation takes effect Feb- ruary. 1st and probably sooner, If a HPrfnclpal can bo sectfred, in his place tbefore that time. Gus Llneau was a visitor at Algoma IFriday of last week, Chas. Cofrin and wife left la«t veek tforManitowoc. Ashley Cofrin left for Green Bay OFriday afternoon, Mrs/Oscar Voeks took her departure 3ast \"Wednesday for Now Franken Twhore she went to pay a visit. . v...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1917

THE BOOB COUNTY NEWS JANUARY 10* 1917 •BY' ^WJ^CZ(/J?S^^JCAT/oJ/SJ^i^o^^O CHAPTER I. But, at her feet, with her soft skirts _. _ _ . . . , , touching him as she moved, her eager The Street stretched away north face turned to him, he was miserably and south in two Hues of ancient speechless. houses that seemed to meet in the dis- tance. It had the well-worn look of an old coat, shabby but comfortable. It was an impression of home, really, that it gave. There was a house across and a little way down the Street, with a card Id the window that said: \"Meals, - - - - - - - - —:-•\" w. U K uiumvivra in tue DOOK I was twenty-five cents. The, Nottingham reading says that every mart whor curtain s wer e pinne d back and just i n Bide the window a throaty, baritone was on her!\" singing:. •Home is the hunter, home from the hill And the sailor, home from the sea.. For perhaps an hour Joe Drummond had been wandering down the Street.' His slender shoulders, squared and resolute at eight, by nine...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1917

Hp9fflBS^^^^^v TBS DOOE JCTO1T NEWS^ : i * e drawing of seats for the Russell H-Conwell lecture will take place at 4be lobby Of the opera house next Mon- - flay morning at eight o'clock. ( ^Thei Sunday-school Workers Confer-.' -«ac of the M. E. church will meet at *he home of Mrs. Wallace Ives Friday evening at 6:30. ' A deal' was made through Joseph ScbauersMonday where the Cordler property In the First ward was sold t o Ed PfeiL Mr. Pfeil traded in hi3 fcome in the Third ward. Miss Clarissa Writt entertained a number of her friends at the WrJtt tome Sunday evening. Various forms ot amusement were indulged In and «H enjoyed a very pleasant evening. .The public school resumed session Monday after the two weeks holiday 'recess. Teachers who spent the vaca- tion at their homes'outside of the city returned Saturday evening. t ••.'{ Three carload shipments of livestockreadiness wore made to the Chicago market on the Monday train. Two cars wero ahlpped by Dud Lawrence and one by Jos. W...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1917

THE DOOB COUSTY TOT^^JtNUABX 10,1017 ^ C b a s . Poulos was a business Visitor at Algoma Monday. \" / \\ Eruest Backow of Brussels was in the city on business Tuesday. Wm, Muckian of Baileys Harbor was a visitor in the city Saturday. Mtes Ida Kebgh returned to Chica- goJSaturday following a holiday visit at her home. Theodore Barabpo of Egg Harbor was a visitor in the city the latter part of last week. Miss Mae Minor returned Saturday evening from a several days visit at Milwaukee. . .Praffl|ijMcDonald, the well-known Al- goma^Citizen was a visitor here last \"Wednesday. » Richard A. Noelck returned Friday evening from a several d§ys business trip to Chicago ••' '•• '.\",'. Jno. B. Davis is spending a few days of this week on a business trip to Mil- waukee and Chicago. Principal R. Soukup returned the latter part of last.week from a visit at Milwaukee and Oshkosh. Miss Blanche Peterson returned Monday evening from Creen Bay where she had been visiting. R. B. Bathke of Algoma spent...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1917

THE POQB COtJNTY J 2 ^ JANlJABi 1^1917 g^[£ai^'VTliEI^^ ing. The boys from here-that aro attend- ing Corcordia College at Milwaukee returned to resume their studies Tues- day following the holiday visit at their respective homes. The Chicago . Lady Entertainers which gave their show here at Ran- kin's hall Thursday evening were very good and a large crowd attended the program. Mrs. C. Hoebrlck received word that her father underwent an operation at one of the Green Bay hospitals and left on Wednesday of last week to visit him. Henry Anthoit took his departure Wednesday'for Manitowoc from which place he intends contlnmng his trip to western coast and will probably spend the winter in California. Henry Lcege, the garage man, is having stone hauled for the building of an addition to the present struc- ture. He intends to erect a two story structure, modern to every detail and use t ho second floor for his residence. |?^p : l:FOBESTTilLE' ' I Mr. and Mrs. Evans of Plymouth who U iMrs. ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1917

THE mitim COUNT* KEWS^ JAStjXtar 10,1917 :'.'4*fe'.'.*?tte! *The Door County News SatoM W MCond-fllkM matter July J t*M M Mw pbatoBoe at Sturgeon Bsy, Wli- MMla, andsr tko act of Marco 8. 187». are fight? l*ook put for you might be sitting on a keg of dynamite. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THEIDOOR COUNTY NEWS .-'•••.. (Jncorporatrd) BABL M. LAPLANT. Preaideul and Manager j , A. IATNDBERG. Vlee-Preaident W. WAGENEB. Secretary and Traaiorar. lidien all commaaicationi to Tkt N* Slargeon Bay, Wucontln. Subscription Price, $ 1.50 Per Yearv 'Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Jan., 10,1917 Aint it funny how many boob's get in- to high office while BO many wise guys are left to shovel muck? When a neighbor bids you a pleasant good morning.dont answer'•hint with a jgrunt—He might reach an undesirable opinion of you. • • Believe in:' Health Fresh Air \\ ••• •-•••'•,.* _ Preventing Sickness . kindness to^all Living' Creatures. .High life claimed two more victims ! last week. Folks don't fatten on promises or i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 January 1917

llitilf^ l l i n i l l l i l l ^ f r A:MiB8v/ Weitm^ \" IfSai JPlanaed to Surpass Any Past Event mmm WW Be Odd at New Hotel Waldo TnesdflFETenlngr, January 18 |§|^i2KTuesaay January 16th is the time l l l ^ e New ^ t e l Wal4o Is the place: arid ^eVevent'laAthe annual banquet and jget-to^getiier meeUng of the Commer- Jclal-ciulK? The Commercial club of this ||3 :i' *lt^ ia^':held . inost,' interesting and §§£'::.arousing banquets in the past but the |:|j§*6ining:' one should cast those of the. ^ i p a s t in the background The directors • k r f the/club are working bard to make :^?s*iie annual event the best ever' held. i | j!'1,JDt is tho plan of the directors who •ypheld v a meeting last week to make it 0i0m?&fieAxforthe ladies, and this year 1'^KJtfte ^banquet will be for the members iljJ'Of thei club and also their -wives. | ^ . r I? is expected that there will be over |}|\": '^6Q people in attendance and it prom- ^jsU^ s to be one of the largest gather- g i i g s of It...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1917

fr^ are Many People that have Storms, but there are Few who know how to put Rainbows OverTftimt. . THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' VOLUME THBEE STUBGEOrf BAY. WISCONSIN WEljfcESDAY JANUABY 17,1917 MANYIN FORSCHOOL \" ' i , • — . • ' * . . . ' — Farmer's School Started Tuesday Morning With Large Attendance At Men's and Ladies' Courses. Jffig Program This Evening Junior Folk's Course Began This .vt Horning-. Present Indications Point to a large Attendance for Each ^Coars e and a Successful School. Sturgeon Bay and Door county'6 btg -agricultural and dairying feature, the Farmer's School is now on. The open- ing session in the men's course \"Dairy Soils and Drainage\" began at the court house Tuesday morning at ten o'clock, a t the same hour the Woman's Home Economics course opened for the four •day course at the Congregational church. The Dairy Soils and Drain- age course is being held at the court house. The Junior Polk's program begins this morning at the city hall and will...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1917

THE DOOB COUNTY HEl ElY TOPICS SAWYER DIFFICULT JOB iafrrJiling: of Sawyer Well a Terjr lUffl- u ! cult: Job. Foreman States That ^0f-- Worst\\Job'H© Has Experienced nd Is full of clear crystal-like water. barrel br fish was shipped from this! point to the Chicago market bythe Little Sturgeon fishermen! but todate' very few shipments have been made, which naturally leads one to making the conclusion that tnia year's catch is not coming up to that of former yearg. Walter Mars took his departure Tuesday Tor Chicago where he wUl be !•:•. • •-?':!Wr. D. Phillip, foreman of the crew i 'thati is drilling the well at Sawyer for p^the supplying of both drinking water g^and water for fire protection stated to ^ne^nf our -reporters Saturday that the £?drlllln& of that well is the most difli- • rycult job and the worst that he has ever :seen in all \"his 35 years of experience. v] Mr. Phillip has^drilled wells in Okla- o&brna, in Arizona\\and In many parts 'flf the state. He has sunk...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 January 1917

^ THE DOOR COUNTY 7fE\\YS JANUARY 17, 1917 oapyxt/is^y ^yi^'^CZORS^BUCAT/O^S^o^o^EO SYNOPSIS. _ CHAPTER I-At her homo In the Street, Sidney Page agrees, to marry Joe Drum- jnon? atter years and years\" and talks to K. L«e Moyne, the new roomer. CHAPTER II. ^Sidney could not remember when her Aunt Harriet had not sat at the table. It was one of her earliest dis- fllusionments to learn that Aunt Har- riet lived with them, not because she wished to, but Because 'Sidney's father used to be, bad borrowed her small patrimony anil j dash.\" business part Oi. \\..wn, and put a couch in the buck room to sleep on.\" Sidney's mind flew, to Christine and her bright future, to a trousseau bought with the Lorenz money, to Christine settled down, a married wom- an, with Palmer Howe. She came back with ah effort. Harriet had two trian- gular red spots in her sallow cheeks. \"I can get a few good models—that's the only way to start And if you care to do iuuMlvf&rJL ier me, Anna, I'll send It to...

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