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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1917

%^-\"\"*'l''''*^***^*^--- r ^.i': ,.„. .1' ,.'1'.,',, !'. '\"****\"**—\"' . ' \"\" \" '\"' '\"\"' ''•?•**•• 'TOE POOB-jTOlhc^^irfli^,-- FJ3BRUABY S^1MJV il ei*lBits:: % l f ^ ^ ? ^ C •(/•: Mlas Sophia Wellnab, and Miss Irene | | s * ! » ^ecpirated and patat^ daring y^ohn Henkel bought ot F. August I f f 1 ^ . ^ ^ ^ \" ' ' A - ' ' \":''-''.'''' ' '''\" BrauB,the eighty acre farm known-as fej^ farm in Sevastopol '^^atifl hali'thia Thursday evening b i *hdvMr. Braun takes in trade the Hen- '^^Ifcretiowi': .:A '•' \\ kel house In this city. The deal was made through J. M. Schauer, the real 5«f Henry Knutson was the successful Ittdder to supply the coast guard sta- rUon at the canal with wood and coal ^ 1BHP the ensuing year and -was award- « the contract by the government :!.•• • The flro alarm was sounded Tues- '0:: **r, morning but before the dcpart- estate dealer. p Cto© carload of stock was shipped •rem the local station to the Chicago rket Monday. Due to the road con- \"\"* Mn ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1917

THE DOOR COUNT* KEWSFEBBtrARY si, 1917 Jake Babler of Maplewood wati\". a business visitor in'the city Saturday. Sidney Knudson who teaches at f Brussels spent, the week end visiting in the city, R. A. Noelck returned' Saturday ev- cning from a short business trip to outside points. \"... Miss Lena Haen returned ThurFday ?evening from a couple of weeks visit tat Milwaukee. Chester Hedeen of Sister Bay num- bered among the many northern visi- ,tors in the city Monday. Mrs. Fred Leischow returned to Al- ,.• goma. Saturday afternoon following *a short visit in the city. L Miss- Lucy Slbree came. over, from •Kewaunee Friday evening to spend ..toe week end at her home.' • - X \\ • Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jacobs return?' •d last week from a visit with relatives and friends at Green Bay./ y : Jos. Cumber and Jos. Bouche well- known Brussels citizens, transacted business in the city Thursday. • Jos. Schauer was a business visitor at Green Bay a couple' of days last week returning Friday evening...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1917

1 pm THAT from THERE j|g|F^V^^dU!r''-left Frldajr for Kau- lJ'^^M^JJoa Stoneman Jr., left .Wed-' |0S|w^to':\" iitokahl va8..a 'visitor at i|f?mteoriia' Thursday.'\":'. S5WS -:t' ••-•.'.'•'••.• ,: -. •:' v • • •••••-.' -• ••:.•••. |p^.J^()S.- Heii(iainet': of Algoma was. up p ||iere Thursday on•,business matters. P ^ U J o h n Wessel of Maplowood was a J||: JQ|:I«uis:.Kreft'of :Rl6 Creek was here I^I^To^jday transacting. business. ^JWm, Hoffman transacted business at Algoma Monday. v'sMrC and Mrs. August Boettcher of Casco came hero Monday for a visit. j^jMra. ehas. Fowles of Algoma was -tlie guest of her mother, Mrs. R.\" Barnhardt Thursday between trains. 'fvSam Perry returned Wednesday ifrom a trip to MUw-aukee and Chi- cago. x - x • Mrs. Fred Dahms was a visitor at / l i e county seat the forepart otxlast \"week. \\ Mr. and Mrs. John Haforman of Brussels were in the village on busl- aess Monday. Barney Boettcher loft Monday for Casco whore he went to help his un- cle August cut ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1917

Tnti DQOB COPNTY IjKWS FfeBlllTAliYai,1917 GOFVRf&Jir * r n&W<Xl/J^WjeATAM,/fyVCSPO/WE£ one of suspicion. It made him\" uncom- fortable. But any attempt on his part to fathom it only met with cold silence. That had been her attitude that morn- ing. \"I'll tell you what we'll do,\" he said. \"We won't go to any of the old places. I've found a new roadhouse ia thestay country that's respectable enough to suit anybody. We'll go out to Schwit- ter's and get some dinner. I'll prom- ise to get you back early. How's that?\" In the end she gave In. And on the way out he lived up to the letter of their agreement. The situation ex- hilarated him: Grace with her new air of virtue, her new aloofness his comfortable car Johnny Rosenf eld's discreet back and alert ears. The adventure had all the thrill of a new conquest in i t He treated the 8YNOPSIS. CHAPTER I—At her home in the Street, Sidney Pago agrees to marry Joe Drum- tnond \"after years and' years\" and talks to K. Le Moyn...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1917

$^$^^%22£ , n L - e tVeen Algomi aad Sturge&n on a neu #i|H^i^iBl^Mir \"t-r»~«!««w»Mnra«aSJieB!«Kiffia! for State Ba^ketftaflTiOe, Bowl- tral floor. The principal of the Al goma team is contemplating sending .v.ii. v ^ .-,•••.••-i-..-^ nte tearirto Appleton to take part hi ^ S f « e o n B a ? won from Algoma Fri- 8 0 m e preliminary state championship , A - Evening^at^|hat citjr to a pool gameg. |iaafccti| again demonstrating to the JiJU^ma tta^^^rtacfe was \"composed of ItheJtMBst ^ayers^tatthat city, that Al- ^ o i a Was .riot in the run. ^^The game took place at the Bretl •Sgrooi^hall to that city and it only re- quired twb match games to decide the -championship, both of Sturgeon Bay's t*wo men teams winning a game, thus :«. third game was. not necessary. Stur- ygeon Bay's. laurels were, upheld by ^WilliamvWisrley arid 8. Stradling on «ne table anil frank' Behringer and .Francis Stradllng composed the other :team.^ : ' v:!-'.'''\"''.-V'\"..'•' In spite of the fact...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 February 1917

^ ^ j | ^ ^ 7 j ^ . WhenWu Cannot Find Help, But There is no firm When You Cannot Gwe^Help. THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS~*'NEWS WORTH WHILE YOLUHETJIKEE STURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1917 NUMBER TmBTY-FITB MAtCTONERATED ^ ^ay,jt__ Grand Session Decided That Frank May Had no Connection With Debroux Death. Attorney Makes Statement Denounces Present System of Coro- ner's Jury Which He Declares Bears Vintage of Old English Bale. Friends Pleased at Outcome. • .Prank May, whose name had been connected with the death of Alvina Debroux, the Brussels girl whose death caused Investigation on the part of the authorities of Cook county, Ill- inois, has- been entirely exonerated. The jury also exonerated Dr. Rust, the Chicago physician whose name had been connected with the case.. Mr. May had been bound over to the Grand Jury on a bond of $10,000 pend- ing its thorough investigation of the case. The Grand Jury to which Frank May had been bound over held its session on the 20th day of Fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 February 1917

i£iSS2sl*SLSsw L 2 V v : - ' ' rtf • J.-.,-vi.,.-».v...1,,AvV^\"V^ '^^v^'^V(','-':,#,%•'•&::&? Klii|:«l»R: tJ B Harding was a Forestvllle vte- ^0^iAlSX Lawson Sr. of Maplewood yis- p:i^^iere?sEclday vwttto: relatives and |5«*^^KJllst8ince the first of the year S|l|.phjl^j^jni:•. : \\H' ,:•' / ' ? : - • p | r ^ ^ Z e i ^ l , j ) l o f t , ^ ^ r d a y . on a bus i s ^ r o s ^ p to, ftreeji.Bayvand other put- *^0.M^6yujiii^.Jiiiarafd to Milwaukee |^3aBtf^^reek! following 'a 'several weeks :^ryWp^i^ei:J'Ile:^tti' spend the season K36a7th^ lakes, . -u. ^•::^.4iSRii3iuft '\"-jJiMsoba :- returned Tuesday ^\\ fn#jfc.» weeks visitat Milwaukee and S ^CM(^go ^IU\\ relatives and. friends, ., || .:7.!$$$» j^njft': ^lyed^here last weok l&franjfVinton^'Jowa, and is paying a ftj'^olt 'here with relatives and friends. fifes^th'ur %u1* Will return during the @ % ^ ^ ' ^ r t n ! Dakota, where' ho has ^v^Wrty,aloUowlng * several weeks ^••^'vvhwfti^lii.j^jpaire^ts. : ^iri^J^-S^ftft^.^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 February 1917

TTiie-2)ttdr County News , Jbtrrcd M sseond-olass matter Vol* ) l l l l \"stf lha postofflc* »t 8turgeon Bay. V t i i«Mia 'TOilftr the aft o* March 8. 187K PtJBLIBHED WT5EKLT B l THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS Uncorfioratrif) X i B I i M. 1.APLANT. President »nd Jfanacar \"1. A. LTJNDBERtJ. Vice-president W. WAGENER. Secretary and Tressarar. Uargaa all communication! to T»» Nawv Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin Snbraptior, Pri e, $1.5 0 Per Year: g t o r g ^ Bay^WsconsIn Feb.2S, 1917 The Referendum There has been much discussion in recent-years on the use of the Refer- endum. In some quarters it makes ,a strong appeal while in other quar- ters it is condemned as a twin brother of that other bit of anarchy \"Recall of Judges:\" Undoubtedly the right posi- tion in a government of the American type is somewhere between the two extremes. Certainly the past.months in the natiinal Congress have 3hown that some Senators and Representa- tives are not correctly interpreting the feeling of their constituen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 February 1917

' ' .. .\".if M-$B^Mife::\":i ts*®liMTls |»3^: 'Ma88lonajy: Society: \\ of the Coh- prejra^oiiaj .church will meet next ^W^i^L'March' 6th with Mrs Jos. S. at the Congregational church iSvJraiei Woman's club will hold a meet- tng In their club rooms Friday ^after- iibon • .at\" 2:80. 4The meeting vvUl be tho'regular business meeting and will be foUbwed by a social 4ea, ^••^S^o\" \"JoUy^Bunch'' was entertain- ed Monday afternoon at the home of 3«r i F, Dy Shlmmel, where a social time was enjoyed. Luncheon was •errod by the hostesa. ISelghbors • and friends gathered at • t o C T. Bagnall home on North Cedar street last Wednesday and sur-j jrise Mrs. Bagnall, the occasion bein ker• birthday. Those who gathere •pent a most enjoyable afternoon. ^ The:troops of^ the Boy Scouts have? «se of the high school gym on Mon day evenings. The several troops of that organization in the city engage Incontest games and on Monday even- ing some exciting and fast games of basketball took place. : \"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 February 1917

THE POOB COUKCT X&WS ' FEBRUARY 28, 1917 '.Sheriff Eli Stegmann waa a Forest- Tllie TisWor Tuesday. ' . Miss Bose :Shestock of Algoma spent the week-end in the city. Bam Newman of Algoma transacted business in tie city Thursday. Ed Acker returned Friday evening from a short business trip to Algoma. • R, A. Noelck was a business visitor at Green Bay on Thursday'and Friday #f last week. . •.Miss Priscilla Marchand left Thurs- day afternoon for Green Bay to pay a few weeks visit Attorney W. E. Wagener was a vis- itor at Green Bay on professional bus- iaessFriday. IX XPhera came up from Green Bay Monday evening to spend .a couple of tlays in the city on business.- .' Miss Louise Pfelfer returned.Friday evening from a few weeks visit at Milwaukee and Manitowoc: Francis Stradling returned Friday iaorning from a few days business trip to Green Bay and other points. ^ohn Schmelzle of Forestville trans- acted business in the city Thursday and Friday of last week. Miss Ora Schwedler of Ke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 February 1917

•rap DOVE coinrasaiSffS i*fiBfjxp^ Mt^i p ^JiilSliWlPH^T' ft& ANi THER E ^^S=v'^|i^»^'M^n*iJBi' 'BOTES'.,'. ..'• • fMrs. Andrew Lawrence visited at | ^ ^ £ r the forepart of laBt week. SSII^bv Hoffman waiB a Sturgeon Bay 0W0£:. Tuesday... J ^ m * i l i Bastar transacted business i *t Algoma Thursday. JMISB Ella Boettcher is on the sick ChaB. Flinske was a Sturgeon Bay tteltor Saturday. ^^Jjfc|K- ':''^brge '-Maclila- visited at ?itowyer-Friday.' •'• Fred,^Oscar and Theodore, Zlrbel throve out to Brussels Friday. f Ed M. Perry was a business vtsit- Wr at Maplewood Saturday. ^ A r t Lehmkuhl, the meat market man, who has been very sick the paBt two weeks, is much improved. Mr. and MTB. C. Hoebrlck and son Wallace have moved to CaBco which place will-be their future home. Mr. Hoebrick was manager of the Cargill elevator here which recently closed down. He intends erecting a house for his family at Caaco and work in a grist mill which his father is going •6 build at that place. MA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 February 1917

5HE DOJB COUKTIWEWS FEBRUARY 28,1917 - - j - i \" \" \" \" • ' SYNOPSIS, ^CHAPTER I-At her home In the 8treet. . ^ n e y , Pago agrees to rhaxry Joe Drum- i5?£? *«HS!lJ!Lear.8«.and years\" and talks to K. ,X* Moyne, the new roomer. CHAPTER II-Sldney'8 aunt Harriet who has been dressmaking with Sidney's . mother, launches an independent modiste's parlor. 'Sidney gets Dr Ed Wilson's In- fluence with hla- brother. Doctor Max the successful young Burgeon, to' place her in the hospital as a probationer nurse. CHAPTER UI-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 school. . CHAPTER TV-Doctor Max gets Sidney Into the hospital school. r CHAPTER V-Sidney and K. spend an Afternoon In the country. Sidney falls Into -the river. CHAPTER VI—Max asks Carlotta Har- arlBOn, a probationer, to take a motor ride •with him. Joe finds Sidney and K. at . the country hotel, where Sidney is drying her clothe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 28 February 1917

TWT POOR COUNTY ftBW8 FEBRUARY 28, IM7 ' The meeting was principally for the terming•'o't plans, to entertaintoo250 W&^'^i&i^^i^t''^i^ii # e m % ^ of the s ^ R e l a t i o n who v^^mWmiM^^^ ^beto_ this city Tuesday and Wod #^gj:•^^i^^^'iV•^*^Ty•l^T^!l?g.^J^^'^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^11 V M t i OH. ^ 6 .000^^100, W^^M^^^^n^ K^T^TV* ** large9\\ever tabivana- lte#iifiio^ « « , ^ M ^ i i ' ° \" b r o u 8h t to tola city, was secured for Wmm!SS^^ ^f^ Sturgeon BwVWoi.o :Arte who waspioneer &^^vr±rr-:-^Z.•*??*• ur•,••'»• Â¥? iwa^ -couple of terms and who one off if^wpio Hi - J i S ^ p l o a i a f r t o W g t t sc*66l ~ ,ry m Frl - l e 0 ^erm B an d wh o iis s on e o ^ l ^ ? ? ^ . ^ ^ : i » ' : . i i ^ V . p r . » a royal good time Tuesday, MayMth. K - ^ ? & - . - - • ... •-• - . . . . Â¥#P$ipiia'w„«••**£••••'*•' •••••••••• . 'or practically every minute of that m^^^^^^T^n ** *lle l bnSdevote\" e d t o th e socia l sid e i§eW^^r^^? l - 1 °f the m e t l - «»d i9 the intention ...

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

* * vremany people that have storms, but there are few who know how to put rainbows over them.- THE DOOR OOUNTY NEWS—**NEWS WORTH WHILE? VOLUME THREE STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 1917 NUMBER Tfimtl-SDC CONVENKJUESDAY of Circuit Court Begins Tues- y, MaJ'ch 13th, Fourteen Gases on CaTehdar. - \\ Citizen Hearing On Monday Seventeen Applications for Citizenship to Be Heard by Judge Graass. Four Criminal Cases, One of Which is Murder, to be Prosecuted by State. the county have taken out their first papers and their applications tor citi- zenship will come up at the Septem- ber term of court • * N The March term of circuit court will open on next Tuesday with Judge JHenry Graass presiding. Monday will be the day for the hearing of appli- -cations for citizenship and the judge will arrive from Green Bay that day. On the calendar as prepajred by •Clerk of the Court Frank Wellever there are thirteen cases to come up for hearing. Oof this number four are .criminal cases, six ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1917

jjjiilli^^ MMXXXXMtXXM*IKxi(l(»»**K»X«X«KK»»XKXKM)l» fThis is the watch that has caused so much excitement among other manufacturers on ac- count of its wonder ful efficiency. The result of a combination of experiments cdi - y feting everything in the line of modern mechanical ingenuity. We are special agents far this remarkable watch, which is priced not higher, but much 'lower' than^''p/lim^^^-^^^^^,^ pothers of the same quality. Styles that will please any one. A large assortment^l2|l|ll|||fiift : to choose frcm. ' We will gladly skew them if you'll call at this store. :' ^ • V - : ^ - ! ^ |\\Valfclithe MarchIQih issue of llie Saturday Evening!Post for the Purple Ribbon Ad. '^:i'-:^:^fi^^0^MBSJ TIMELY TOPICS of SAWYER Mrs. Elling Klinkenberg and child- worse instead, of better, and when ran moved to Racine Monday which I thawing commences on a large scale place thoy will make their • future | that it will bo impossible to haul any \" LOHCS Three Fingers Herman Volght lost...

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

THE DOOE COBNTI NEWS MAWDH 7i 1917 m The Door County News Entered as Second-class matter,.July 1,191 4 at the PoRtoffice »t Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, under Act* of March 3,'1879 - ? PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS (INCqBPOBATED) EABL M. LaPLAOT, President and Manager Ci it'MTNDBEBG, Vice-President W, WAOENEB, Secretary and Treasurer -Addte*-\" All Communications to The News, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Subscription Price $1.50 PeYea Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, March 7, 1917^ TheU.S For one hundred and fifty years there has been growing here a great Democratic nation. Its doors have been wide open to the people of other nations and they have come here in great numbers,* have pos- sessed themselves of farms, arid homes, have built * successful businesses and have enjoyed'/the freedom of a yery mild and lenient government America is the peculiar possession of humanity for it has been built out of the ideals of liberty that have developed in the breasts of men when forced to live under les...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1917

\" THE ipOB COtJSTTf NEWS MABCB 7, 1M7 '^^^f!G^V^-'^^lk6*:[iiiii'' accepted' f ^ ^ e i r e ^^e a TOee«^, o f :the\" Dor-: ||&: Sqbietjriat ^e ',homiB'j)t.Mra.^A.'. D. £JMi|&idt ne)&{ Tuesdajr evening.':-:\" \":\":. I^A^o'iipie^of carloads of ^t&pk were i^irtUpp^ tp the Chl^E^ iharitet Mbn- •j -i^'.\"byv:Henry-ir^^ :!Â¥:^pl|ficopal 8er^ceB%gi^e^eld atthe § ^ d ^Ho*f8 HaJL Sunday morning at 0-10:80, -with Rey^Gates'&^h^e •*'.. | |-*riie: W„' C T. U. ^11 ineet at Mtes SMetiry: Reynolds next Tuesday af ter- gamn .Al are cordially invited to at- Hj.Steii.a.:'.).-- ..r. :'..'- ','\" h- nlf yim haven't been boiling your wate during Jtae winter months it is highly important that you begin to do i-'MO.at once. , 'Uj'Z: Attorney W. E, Qaede, trustee tor porit that 29 below was what the ther- mometer at the bridge registered Mon- day morning shortly before seven. All that can be said about the weather is that It \"beats the likes of anything\" that has been seen in these...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1917

THE DOOB COUNTY XEWS.VjLlRCH-'' , 1917 John Stewart was a Sunday visitor at Green Bay. Web Wirtz spent Sunday visiting with friends at Algoma. a • Fred Herbert spent the week-end at his home in Green Bay. Bey. F. Geler of Maplewood was a visitor in the city Thursday. : J. Kinard of Brussels transacted business in the city Tuesday. Sylvan Baudhuin visited over Sun- day at his home in Brussels. Robert Murray spent Sunday visit- ing at his home in Forestville. F. B. Seymour was in the city Tues- day on one of his regular official visits. Miss Erie Houle returned Monday evening from a short visit at Algoma. .Frank Hasenjager of Maplewood transacted business in the city Fri- day.. ,.•\".' : ^ • 'V' ..:'. y •• ':' • ' S. O. Hanson and E. H. Wilste of S^ter Bay: were visitors in the city Tuesday. W m..Hoffman of Forestville was a business visitor in the city several hours Saturday. I.. P: Nebel returned Sunday even- ing from a few weeks business trip to outside/points. Mrs: Jule VanDreese ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1917

THE DOOB COlnST^KETTS MARCB HiiiiiiSfHAT -front mmm^^W&':WEm SfRiS'.'1'- i | : | _. ttlP.v^^^^^^te* !8! o n the -.sick'list! §f l^ap&rt 'Zirbel was'• a 'visitor: at Algoma ?gv^ : ^^ftv^dr^^Ija'wrence made a trip fete^iiq \\AiEama: Monday. : •'• jii'ftS-^V'i -.'•r'- :'.•:•:•••... '..'. • . . - • . , . • - v ^g i i .^^ul8 \\Jarchow -'of Maplewood was it-' ••'#..ibustoess..caller here Wednesday. | V f | ^ i T Wilkie went to Green Bay | ^ f Saturday where lie will visit for some §ff', yErwin Lchmukhl went to Algoma 0::-'Saturday.with a load of cheese for the i'fe-lieischow:1 factory.: •' • 1 -h'i%/• l^ank Mueller Jr., returned Mondayat g y y ^ o m Michigan whero he had been j i i working in tho woods. !s ?y Jos-' Rfty of Algoma has returned gi)?lro m the woods and is visiting here IItywith friends this week. | : C Mrs. John Krueger came up from j ^ ' Algoma .\"Wednesday to visit with yyyrr*rleh.d8. : \". '-\"•' ' |y i yThe German Lutheran Erauen Ver- | : «to met Thursday, Mar...

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

^m'^ikMjMM^^'$i^^-ii-m7'. CHAPTER VIII—Joe reproaches Sidney. She confides to K. that,Joe knows now she will not marry him. CHAPTER IX-Sidney goes to training' school and at home relies more and more on K. Max meets K. and recognizes him as Edwardes, a brilliant young surgeon who has been thought lost on the. Titanic. K-'s losing cases lost him faith in hlm- telf and he quit and hid from the world. CHAPTER X—Carlotta. fears Sidney, •hristine lioreni and I'almor Howe ar* parried. .The hard facta of her new life tuizle Sidney. CHAPTER XI-Max continued his flir- tation with Carlotta who becomes Jealous of .Sidney. K. coaches Max in his work, but remains a clerk In the gas office. CHAPTER XII—Palmer and Christine move into rooms in Sidney's home. Sid- ney's mother dies. Palmer neglects Chris- tine. ' CHAPTER Xin-O n a Joy ride with Grace, a young girl. Palmer is hurt and Johnny, the chauffeur, seriously injured, CHAPTER::XIV—Sidney nurses Johnny. Carlotta changes the medicine that Sid- ...

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