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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 January 1917

FORMER IIKS1JIBNT WKD8 iJp^i«:^ai^^SSiiiltjt • • Fonnftrljr of This M^^&iTy^. N«w«f ' • ^teette--Tif«it^ Sj\\7. MissLaura Schultz, formerly of this :t*?Ity • and during Ber residence here a Student:of the local^ftigju wmooL'waa \" rmarrled at Marinette last:weelc^Tbe Searchlight, one of the papers of that •!City in. its Jaet issue contained an pc- vcbtint of tiie wedding. The following Extracts are taken from to At the close/,of a glorious winter •day, as the shades of evening gatu- : *rcd Miss Laura Louise Schultz and r\"WHllam^Fredrlck Haase uttered mar- riag e WWB in the presence of, aa as- semblage of relatives and friends at the-Haase home 1221 Main street. 'X' • Promptly at the appointed hour of 6, as Miss Grace..McDonald, piano, -and Miss Beatrice Edwin, violin, tplayed Lohengrin's bridal music, the ^bridal party descended from the second floor apartments of the residence and proceeded to an Improvised altar in , :the front parlors. Palms and flowers iformcd a jbower ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1917

4€ You cannot push Anyone up a ladder unless he is willing to climb a little Himself.\" THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—' 'NEWS WO&TH WHILE* VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1917 NUMBER THIRTY-TWft HEfERRY OPINION •'s':-:.X'\"• ', • ~ ~ \" '\" Disl&ct Attorney Gaede Rules That County's $500 Appropriation is,.1\"Wis. -Illegal. Fund Cannot be Paid. Project Will Be Continued District Attorney Makes Suggestion to ii«€hange Stotc Statutes in Regard to Powers of County Board so Thnt : Action Would Be LegaL 17 Jfe-tbe opinion handed down by Dls- *rict Attorney W. E. Gaede to the, coun- ty clerk the $500 appropriation voted by the county board to further the ierry -was beyond its powers and consequently 1B illegal and void. The •district attorney instructed the county •clerk' to refuse to issue the order or sign same. This was the first opinion of the mew district attorney. In the course of his opinion, he states that the cause -was. a .very laudable one, but illegal...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1917

pnBfePtWHB COPTST? | T ^ 8 y fFEBBPAKi: 7, i9» fiiaMCEi^ mm&mwmR. 0::-:} 't:\\. •'••: -• Brother Dies . I'vWprdwaa receivedhere during the ^i^l(u'^\\(^-:1fi ^,--^eiOT?'&wii! Sunday.' '%••[ h\"oriie was in Californio ^iffit*^-h&i'tnadiy'a. trip to Texas. A son g^^*a%J9?lthtiim at the ttmo of bis death. ^ ! H e was 57 years of age and'is/aur- .^|%^yed by three children besides his llfj atatlftr and mother, Air.\" and- Mrs. John f^Hosiett of this place, brothers Joseph, \"Cieorge of this placet! and Eugene of i|pChicago. ' .' ••''\"\" \"'.' | ?%^'-r' . Child IHes. •.'' ' fj.. rHarold, the two-year-old son of Mr. i«ana Mrs. \"Win. Hopp, passed away at \"their home Sunday morning. •ffyAflhechild was taken suddenly ill y ^ i t h convulsions about eight o'clock ^Saturday evening and suffered lhtense- * py^ He was seized,with a second at- tack at about 11 o'clock and passed i«way three hours later, 2:00 o'clock •:•-Sunday morning. Ho had never been ill and the at- 'tack came ...

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

r^^^mmSmmmB , . SYNOPSIS. j ulntlon, was accepting and liking him. . • y V .( —.— P f°uud hhu tender, infinitely human. o,$&£ P t£& l I ~\" A t Hw home in the Street,,''^n t in return he found that this ^ • S f f i ^ S ' « S | , ^ S » J S d D a ! S i : : « i e I n l n B « y ™Pty eddy into which he *•-, *-• Le, Moyne,,tho new. roomer. |had drifted was teeming with life. He. CHAPTER Il-Sidney'a aunt Harriet 1 ? U S l e ? , l l r U S e l f w i t h s m a l 1 things, and *°P v . naa . Been dressmaking with Sidney's round his outlook gradually less molner. launches an Independent modiste's . tinpori with ( ,o^..i,. «ri. _ v * parlor. Sidney gets Dr. Ed Wilson's In- , , ,,. t U a e s P a l r - When he found fluence with his brother. Doctor Max, the himself inclined to rail, he organized •Uccesstul younga surgeon, tor place her in a baseball club, and sent down to th« hospita l as probatione nurse . CHAPTER III-K. becomes acquainted in the Street. Sidney asks him to stay...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1917

^ and Mrs. Arthur IPa^chke, Carls- «4 Monday moirnlngilAll^ are doing Mrs/Anna Ostram entertained a tevf *&iier friendsaVa: flYeo^tock dinner. iFtiday at the Jobn Riley residence. A jnnst enjoyable time waa had. Among the new cases of - scarlet fwer thai hive been reported dur- ing the past week were those of. Carl Johns of the First ward and at the home of Mrs. Smith, South 'Cedar St. iMrs. E. Robbins is making prepara^ tkms to open a tea,room in .a suitable location on Cedar street\"* She has, Tp5laced her order for furniture and jpther furnishings which are1 expected Ibo^arrive shortly, flSlie dining room of the Motel Union l»rbeing decorated. and renovated dur- | ^ (the week. Beaver board is being ^fij^Sl^for. decorating purposes. When •th&worlc Is completed the dining room ' ^ 1 Wa n attractive and'finely finish- §fp, iCr.'^plunger, chairman of the Flarmers' Week Program wishes all business houses' or Individuals who ^ve outstanding bills against the shop), to turn t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1917

TH1 DOOB Cltt)»*y ^ # 8 1 ^ Ourselves in Print Dr. S. Fichtner was down form Sis- tot Bay the forepart of the week. Jos. Stoneman Sr., of E\\restviII •WEB a visitor in the city Saturday. J. H. Fisher returned to Maplewood Friday afternoon following a few\" days Tfajlt in the city on business. Walter Meyer returned to Forest- ^rHie Thursday following' a few days visit in the city. ,:^Capt Norman LaPIant arrived here Saturday morning from Milwaukee to pay a visit with his family. :.lAwrence Bastenof Green Bay, for- mer resident, transacted business in too city Monday. George Larcheid,., the Green Bay sign painter was here the forepart of the week on business. Sam Newman of - Algoma spent be- tween trains I^onday visiting in this eity on business. ': ,^i'- 9. Ed LaunderB of Washirife'totf Isl'and arrived in tlie city Saturday for a sev-r eral days visit • Miss Gora--Anderson of Egg Har- kor is visiting in the city as the guest of friends. .*•'\"..:' ^ Mr/ and .Mrs. F. J. Stroh. return...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1917

^p«!g^fif|||^^pfpffiÂ¥Wi$i? ???T?S*S'?'??W*\" m&'- ,,, „ -,- /from •-• •- .... . • ' • ': — . • • IPR1 AND THER E FOJOESTVIIJ^ Ki ^j|^Answers..:Final Summons •..\"•••. T^tiejSj)gel of Death called from bur | | a ^ t Otto Haasch* jr. who died at ^Btronrie^ Sanatorium, Little Chute pfcOT ^terculpsis, alter having been pM|Cpr\" tWo years.' ^^|TO^Vconiiietli»g -hJs' common school |^|«Ut»ei ho entered the training school p i t ajgoma. Upon his graduation from institution he t& gjit two terms ^jBbhrtiiiav His ambitionwas to bo- ||§H$j' &Ldoctor.i Accordingly in: the ptiut of 1914 he successfully passed | t t e entrance examinations which pcr- IJnltted him to enter the state univer- |idtyj at Madison. During his first term Jo he \"wai taken ill with the dread- [to5dUease which proved so fatal. |i|l$!fl he lived until next June dc- Bed would have attained his 24th Wherever he was known he i highly praised, lpyed and estoom- Otto was a member of the Luther- ^iishurch at Foro...

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

,:iiM%wi::^6^M^^0^Mt i,itii ieDodrCbkmty News Etnad'M' ••eond-elM* matter i«li 1, r5tk«po«toffle mt Sturgeon B»y, W r wider tk« »«t of.Mireh 8. 18T». PUBLISHED WBKKIiT BI DOOR (COUNTY NEWS (/ncerponrfrd) j U. 1.APLAJJT, President sad Mmacer Lr/NDBEBG. Viee-Preeident WAGENKB. Seeretarr end TreMurm.. •II eommuaiotlona to Tk. Htvm, gttu-gwon B»y, WUeonrtn. iption Price, $1.50 Per Year. in Bar, Wisconsin Feb. 7, 1917 \"Stand By The President\" Thoughts for Today • aesday—Be as careful about what (you teed the brain as you are [about -what you feed the stomach. rsday—It is \" well to remember that the Spring is just- at hand (which Is Nature's resurrection I time . . ' .. '\"' ••.'•v Bay—It requires courage to kindle I new hope out of the dying embers ! of the old! ' • arday—Time rushes along — We | have only a short while in which ! to find a satisfying philosophy, and how sad it Is that faint or fickle hearts often sour on life and never again see the sunrise. May—Sun Day, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 February 1917

iGreen Boy Flsh«*.ea Make Becom- : mentations • 'ifo:l$iage& fit jjtefi ?',: v • Law IbJrti Senator Burke''•': v:-'\" : :&\"tj&e?p^ii&^ tato growing-,ttie T^k^/of -allies which bad'• :county agents surpassed that of the others. He stated, for in- stance that thefirapprize winning counties at the State Potato Grower's convention which was held this year at Eau Claire, were the ones that em- ployed county agents. Mr. Bullock has visited this county numerous timestovarious capacities and undoubtedly will return in the fall to act as judge of the cattle depart- ment at the county fair. He stated that a county agent was one of the needs of our little county and that an agent would be able to accomplish much good. Prof. E. R. Jones was equally positive about what a county agent could do for Door county. I t CixaY county agent of Barron county, one of the most successful county agents in the state has ac- complished much for that county. He has not only helped them raise g...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1917

:** g$| i& THE DOOR GOTJNTY NE'WJp—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' VOLVMBTBBEB 8TCRGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY FEBRUABY 14, 1917 $35,0001NSUFFICIENT Utii^CoBikiission Ascertained That S t ^ T T ^ ^f to the plck ' • . _ ingTof thesfruitt separately. Bond Issues is Too Small to Make Extensions Planned. AlmostDoubleAmountNeeded \"The $35,000 WW Be About Exhausted Pickers. by the Time a Well 1B Sunt on This The Co-Operative Orchard will un- • Side and Drinking Water Is Placed doubtedly have its own camp, and may in the Present Main System. also use some of the Y. M, C. A. boys. — • • .-•• • Mr- Martin is now a director of the The $35,000 bond issue of the city is Union and will market the crop of the inadequate to cover the waterworks and Co-Operative in conjunction with the sewer extensions which were planned Union. Nothing definite can be stated to make this a more sanitary city. At concerning the plans which Manager a. meeting of the Utility commission James G. Martin has for harvesting li...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1917

M m%mmMmmmm& msmgrntm. '^•• i. Attempt lUbberr '•.'. The residents of this ward were Btaiped to l e ^ i p l t ^ e d a f f i g attempt /^d^\"'^--'^^'^^©'^©^^'©^ ^ Henry teidtke oil Saturday/ -evening.''.' c'^^^•^•vroqltl-l^^jriolbbei? ( was not of aj'eration xleapi?rate .'• natuyOi ajid :.JWBB-, • easily'' frightened awuy when. Mrs. Teidtke I rnstied fTpm hia presence into another/ room.to summon helpi 'The intrude: made a hasty.exit when he heard her V talking over the phone, . / A b o u t 11 o'clocfc. Saturday evening an unarmed Individual wrapped up in a large coat which muffled part of his face, the other portion of which was blackened, made :his way into' that household.and confronted Mrs..Teidtke demanding.money.i Mrs. Teidtke In- formed him that she had no money but the robber stated • that he knew better for he was aware of the fact that^ her husband„mado good money' It was at this point that Mrs. Teidtke fled from the room into, an adjoining one ,to summon aid b ^ mea...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1917

The Door County News Smterxl .ai •seoad-elaai matter Jolj 1 MM »» lh« poatofllca at Sturgeon Bay, WU '- under tfce aet of March 8. 187B , PUBLISHED WBBKLT BT THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS {Incorporalr4) IABXI M..UAPLA.NT. Preaidavt and U u i | | i ' S. A. LTJKDBERO, Vire-Preaident - W. - WAGENEB. Secretary and Treuarar aMreo all eomnronlcationi to Th» tt»w* Start-eon Bay. Wlnconjlc. Snbscriptiorj Price, $1.5 0 Per Year. ,JC* SNhttgeoTi Bay, •Wisconsin Feb. 14,1917, Standby the Flag T|iis is not a time for excitement or kysteria. It is notX^time for regrets ©r lamentations. It is^pot a time for evasion or hesitation. Toe time for all of theBe has passed, andNthe hour » r action has arrived. The president of the United States, long suffering and patient, and in full possession%f facts not accessible to us, has deemed It necessary to break diplomatic rela- tions with the great and powerful for- eign country—Germany, to be explicit The congress has approved his action irrespective of part...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1917

il^#fei^fe^^ THE DOOB COUNTY WRTT8:! FEBBUAgY H , 1M7 'Wi&f:^B+i$:^:z. p»fe 'v' v : ' wiimingion, Delaware. I ask as ' Siptfjatockiwere shipped the, cold weather continues the coal favor that you reprint the following' „' „ ' ~ ~ ~ » i l l f e t Monday : and fue shortage will assume a more p a ™Hrger a p h ' • „ t T 1 I E I I 0 ^ *AIFR B 1 G y i ^ ^ t Monday : and fuel shortage will assume a more r ..„- - tat ^A ... . „ • pfe!*v- : £ :-.-•• • ••'v-'-'„ - ' . .Winn,,l o . ^ , . StateAd tha al l the crew were li^rasiborn to Mr. and serious aspect Russiarfst, with, thtte exception of .him (^Tuesday morning. The fire department was called out s e \" a ^ \"»s Pal, both being Americans. * \"* 1 J n °L,„ 1 Q ,° J£ i £*t • ^occurs i week from af, about' midnight Friday eventa* \" e w e a t ° n f u r t h e r to state that noth- ° ™ u s ^consciously. We subscribe' | ^if^f•• ? ' ^ T Thr. n «.,r« «f ^ „ « i « ! r e v e n m B - tag on board the boat was too good to it to g...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1917

THE DOOB COUNT! NEWS FEBRUARY 14,1»17 Revs Erik Anderson of Sister Bay •was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Wta. Meyer of Algoma spent (he week-end visiting in the city. JuliuB Pandrei of Ellison Bay trans- acted business in the city Monday. ' Edward Acker returned Friday ev-' ening from a business trip to Algoma. Ed Augustine returned Saturday ev- ening from a several days visit at In- - #Janapolls. L. Engleson of Detroit Harbor was .-» visitor in the city the forepart of _tk week. Attorney W. E. Wagener made a liasiness trip to Milwaukee and outside joints the first part of the week. , Sheriff Eli Stegmann returned Frl- •iiay morning from a short business '••i)Blp to Forestville. i * v i Mr. and Mrs. Rurus, Kellogg an iimby boy returned Thursday evening i*rom Green Bay!.. S .' • Frank J^LaMere was a business vis- iter at Luxemburg oh Erlday -and Sat- urday of last week. / / ' Bail-Hilton spent a few days of last week visiting id the city with rela- ttres and friends. . J. Oa...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1917

^fPS^^ ^ {$SSw?t?'** ! ljS?# SlND THERE 'r^^MJB |t % j T h e M i s s e s Anna Koalbeck and An- -^hipped stock here] na Neils visited the Schumaker home |zi^ sp6»t ] Sttnday fiRio Creek made a ^i^rgepn Bay visited ^Oi^Bir8chboeck ••'. £0bGTgWBB ,a visir i|0U8ine3a?KN^ . 7 V fttfc-'? 8turgeon vBay SfetjSVTuesday,: ' X ^SrnpTiiesday from |AIgoma was a visi- Jpionrs Priday. yfed at the JohL ^uesday morning, f spending a few days atiStufgeonBay, jiarfiefl Monday, from ghajft been chopping ling and grandson ei-r Visited with old ytoyr of Maplewood fsday at the Henry on the sick list basketball team in filPoKistvlllo won by ^l^'V-':'\"••• §Hempel at Sawyer esday to visit with Mrs. Jos. Borck poll \"Will. Dior,cut looting a gBBh in cssltated medical A ay morning for Hardware ms in pro- Sunday. .'•• • .' • ','•• • Dorothy Giere visited at the home of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Giere the past week. A nine pound baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sen melzle Friday...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1917

^^•S^ff0V^^ik^J^^Ili^f H 1917 ^J**?™*xr ^-r/^j^cza^iv£iJCATjms.mvmpo^-£B SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I—At her home In the Street, eidney Page agrees to marry Joe Druni- tnond \"after years and years\" and talks to K. Le Moyne, the new roomer. CHAPTER II—Sidney's aunt Harriet who has been dressmaking- with Sidney's tnother, launches an independent modiste's parlor.:, Sidney gets Dr. Ed Wilson's In- fluence with his brother. Doctor Max, the successful young surgeon, to place her In the hospital as a probationer nurse. CHAPTER HI—K. becomes acquainted In the Street. Sidney asks him to stay on as a roomer and explains her plans for financing her home while she Is In the •chool. CHAPTER TV—Doctor Max gets Sidney Into the hospital school. CHAPTER V—Sidney and K. spend an Afternoon In the country. Sidney falls Into the river. ' CHAPTER VI—Max asks Carlotta Har- rison, a probationer, to take a motor ride with him. Joe finds Sidney and K. at the country hotel, where Sidney Is drying her clothes, a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1917

^m^^^m§mmmmm P&lititfftii n KV 1 ^ 1 W t e T L * ^ geon Bay and Sawyer, points on the ^^^j?0^^ii^^-0i^i£uii_ the state statutes and the following Iff. tbe substance of their letter. '\"the passengerfare between Star. fjjfj&ffifl^^ lip Team in Exciting Game Ahnapee & Western Railway, is not fixed by law. The published fare be- '^i^^tt^^vrn^'^^^- r' i u i tween these points, which under the I S ^ ^ i 0 ^ / ! » ^sconsta law is the lawful fare, is cents. Section 1798a, which -fixes 2 cents per mile a the maximum fare on rail fpii$!9^S 5 ^ j ^ « K - ' o t ttv., local star \"Butchr' Leitl Wm^^m^^S^^ ^\"l**s ^ »«*•Â»*««-° * railmen -receivind ^•i't«iii4i -'i«r««i««-i« -ii^*i: • i r ^*~- i \"•* . roads whose gross receipts are or ex- ^ S ^ ^ ^ t ^ T Z*** d O W n to * $3500 per mile per annum, pro- ^ ^ S 0 ^ ^ v l d e s *« * ™ 8U * ^Iroa d shall be W W outclassed throughou^ t the game S ^ y the fast pla^ng of the local cquad jv^and although they made the first ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1917

on new thoughts, throw 6) jfs, and there is no danger of old age. THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE* VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1917 NUMBER THIRTY-FOUB DATES SETFOR FAIR Directors Decide to Hold 1917 Door Gejjnty Exposition September 18th to 21st. CreenBay DayAdded Feature Committees Appointed to Carry Ont Mork. $225 for Township Booth . ^Trlzes. Attractions to be the Best Ever Secured.— September 18, 19, 20 and 21st, Tues- day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, tour big days, are the dates which the directors of the Fair association have set for the 1917 fair which will again be a Door-Kewaunee event, even on a greater scale than it was last year. The dates fall in the same week as the fair was held last year. These dates were set Saturday at a meeting of the directors. Even at this early date the pre- liminary plans for the big exposi- tion are formulating and it is not tod •early to say that the 1917 fair will surpass by a great margin any tha...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1917

mm immmmmivs mmmmR | i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ r ^ : ^ 8 e ^ c t « . i v 9 t % Eugene ^ ^ i ^ i g ^ t r o w Chrlstl |^|u^^ flmdvv ^ir^ ^!argel?f attended. J ^teirment was made at the Catholic | ^ n ^ ^ r ^ n | l ^ ^ a d t - i i d e , v , :\"^y^:'/-.-:-. \"^Si^^^b^^-^^^A'^^ia. of bur ^ubBtanUal citizen, Edgfen© Simon and g^itfittia n6tmldel^a5(^ainifed{:^t the •|^I^ente' ^ th^ v -ward . he h a d ^ a n y | ^ e n & J j t h r o o ^ southern part yr©£ th^cdunty' wrier© he ^waa born in ^Jh^tqwn of vGardne? on January 12, |l$Vft4flnd'wtik^^acb Jwaa-Jda native | f£pinV-(untirne reached manhood. ^• H(B :ha9 .|)eTOXawji^ itor the past 14 |ye'4rB .{andbhfyv recehtiy returned to |gWs iibme,:bejhg: seriously ill, having gfeeen:^ sufferery from beart trouble 08ince last September. Death came last ^•^ursday-morning as a relief to his K*uffering^: '('•.• ••\" ,:y •.\"\"•.-..', W .- \"Duringtte'tujoe he has been away |:*b haB for tbo^^eater, number of yeare f: been sailing, spending a number of ^.iseWon...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1917

THE DOCWt COCNTTT NEifP EEBRpARYSl, 1917 The Door County News ••toad M iscond-clau matter Jul* l, UM M tin pottoffioe at Sturgeon Bay. WU ««Miim. wider the set of March 8. 187». PUBLISHED WEEKLY BI THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS ! Uncerporatrd) •ABIi M. LAPLiNT. Preatdeut ahd Hanacar •\"•.'. A. L0KDBERO, Vice Proeident .»). . WAOENEB. Secretary and TreMOrm. t U n n aU communication* to Ta* Hawi. - ' Storteoo. Bay. Wtaeonaln SabsdipHon Price, $1.50 Per Year.mose n Stay, Wisconsin Feb. 21, 1917 Sunday—There is so much that we do know and so much that we do* . not know that reverence is a be- coming trait* Monday—\"A soft answer turnetH away wrath.\"—Solomon. Tuesday—\"A little flame kindleth a great fire.\" . . ° Every Day—There is even the friend- ship of minds with kindred thoughts and ideals. Truly, It seems, we can accomplish in these days by silence. One definition of Peace .is this: - \"The quiet between twof scraps.\"-v ,:• A' plagiarist is sometimes one whopractically says strongly...

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