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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

THE BOOR COUIfCT REWg DECE3TBER 13, 1M7 pv'\": \\v ',FOEESTVILiLE' /t:. v '£: Ms s Olga Boettche'r was '.a* Algoma ^sit6 f Saturday. ' \"• . • '' '\"'.•• 5eo Machia of Sawyer was a 'visk tor here on Thursday, i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kraemer mo- tored - A l f r e d Berg made, a motor trip to Sturgeon Bay Monday. i Steve Cesar of Brussels was a bus: Iness caller here Thursday. Mrs. Jos. Llnzmeyer made a short trip to Green Bay Saturday. Martin Schmitss left Tuesday for 'Milwaukee for a few days visit. Ernil Hoppe of Maplewood was • among our business callers Monday. Albert Born, real estate man of Al- goma, was here Monday on business. Mrs. Sam Perry and Miss Elizabeth Perry were visitors at Algoma Satur- day. .'.\"- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krammor of Al- goma spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Bauman. . .••\" Mrs. Clarence Benton of Milwau- kee Is visiting here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Darling. Mrs. John Konkel returned home from Green Bay Thursday where she had been in o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

tmuwrntivM-i TEE DOOB COTOTY SKWS DECEMBER 13^ 1017 ill PAGB m i Wm A ND ALL THE REST OF THE YEAR? • Our stock is the largest ever shown in this county. We have all sizes of Victrolas and any one of them will be sure to please and give you the ' best of satisfactibn. Under our new rules you will also be permitted to take records home for 24 hours at a time—hear them at your pleasure and let the family decide which records they like best. WB .also Slave a special shipment of PIANOS that have just arrived for the holi- day trade. All grades and all prices. All Pianos, however, are of standard make and are guaranteed both by the manufacturer and ourselves. You can't go wrong by purchasing a Piano from our store. It IS SURE TO PLEASE. :,,-.' .':_..' .-, \\::: : We also call your attention to the HUGE stock of records and musical instruments just received 'Come in and let us interest you. ' in STURGEON BAY, WIS. DOOR COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES By County Supt. B. E. Madden On Wednesday evening, ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

DECEMBER 18,1817 J whfcb/ean ,beobtained more readily. ' 'The dealers have agreed to sell only in ion lots to their customers, so that a larger number may be supplied. No one will be permitted to hoard a large supply to the detriment of others. Only in this way can the situation be handled. This will necessitate charg- ing 26 cents additional per ton, but cannot be avoided. The requirements of the citizens of the city has been taken np with the state' fuel administrator and it is hoped that thru his efforts enough fuel can be obtained from time to time to keep the people supplies. Every precaution' should be taken to conserve the supply and those us- ing hard coal should screen their ash- es and save evei^ poune of fuel. PROSPECTS ABE ROSY Melbourne Larson within the week returned home from an extended trip io.outsldc points, during which he vis- ited a number' of factories that are engaged in \"the same line of work as the' one he operates in this city—the Sturgeon Bay Fruit Packag...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

Ourselves-jft firittt Joseph Pfeifer of Baileys Harbor he is the'owner of a farm, was in the Vas. a visitor in the city Tuesday. Pred Ash of Sevastopol left oa the ih S t Louis, Mp., taking the afternoon train Monday afteraoonfo outside train .-••••• joints ^ Attorney W. E^\\^agener -went to Oreen Bay Monday to attend to some legal business./ ^Wbrd has been received by relatives announcing the serious illness of Mrs. Clara/Feuerstein. . . erd S. Hanson, deputy state\" dairy Inspector, went to Manitowoc on Mon- day on a business trip. R. H. McLaughlin, who has been en- gaged in sailing all season, returned home) within the week. Mrs. Sarah Worley and daughter Ida went to Green Bay Saturday, return- ing home Sunday evening. :#,. \\. George and Clarence Mann of,, Bail* eys Harbor were in the city Wednes- day on a short business trip. Lawrence Gislason returned to his home on Washington Island on Tues- day, after an absence of several weeks. Mrs. Frank I. PJeckVas discharg- ed from the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

IPAOB EIGHT v THE DOOB Wfctfnr 5BW?i DECEMBER IS, 1817 1MIS AND THAT from mm AN D THER E BA1LRY8 HABBOB ! ::: Heath of George Edwards X iv r Ceo. Edwards, aged 87 years/1 mo. ^ .and 25 days passed away at-lhe home pof Ms daughter. Mrs. Otto SperUch, 'Tuesday, Dec. 4th, death being caused . Ijy appoplexy. ' V/ Deceased wag ••'bom Oct. 9th, 1830, t in St Lawrence county, N. Y.. com- v ilng to Chicago when Bix years old and making/his homo there until 14 years 6:agov was engaged In hotel keep- ing^ while in that city. For the past X/six years he has made his home with •.• lii8 daughter. , Interment was made at the Baileys Harbor cemetery. v. /-.Miss Margaret Miller has gone to Chicago to spend the winter. Dave Jacobson has sold his Ford tp 13 J. Schroeder of Menominee. Frank Knuth of Sawyer was a bus- iness caller in town last Monday. Mrs. Otto Sperllch made a trip to Sturgeon Bay and return Saturday. Mrs. Art Wilson and sister Sylvia made a trip to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. Miss Mae LaRou...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

Secretary Says Big Problems Have Been Met. ••Â»PROUD OF ITS ACHIEVEMENTS •*A-.Visit!-Fniiii.-: St/Nicklas' ^Statement Is Carefully Worded So That-No Bit of Information That Might Be of Benefit to Enemy Be Communicated by It. . Washington. Dec. 10.—Pride in the •nchleveiiientS of the navy since the United States entered the war is the \"keynote of the annual report\"of Sec- retary of the Navy Daniels, made pub- . lie today. •./ .'. '' •. ^XThe report Is carefully worded, so thoits.no bit of information that miglit be of\"-benefit to the enemy may be -communicated by It. The report of the general board of the navy.'which lias been charged with seeking solu- tions to tlie submarine menace\"\" and -other grave problems, is suppressed • in Its entirety. Only the general ques- tions considered by the board are .given.. In the secretary'^ report a few facts come to light that have not before been printed, but none is ^ great Importance. Secretary Daniels himself sums up the report in these...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

THE DOOB COPSTt ltBW8 DECEMBER 19, mi Dufresnay's & Awakening ©. Vl^*\\N Christmas morning of the year. .•I'.'^/.ld^t M. Dufresnay's apartments ' trere In. some confusion. Mon- ? eleur himself as he slept on a spindle \" jlegged sofa was not the very Image of jorder. His rose colored satin coat was .'under his-head, and his silk stockinged '.\"calves dangled over the end of his all itoo brief bed^The cards ofcyesterday jand .yesternlghtvbe.strewed the floor. He was, distnrbetT by the insistent jtlnkllng of a bell. Dufresnay groaned land struggled to his feetN^ | On opening the door he beheld a (very beautiful young lady quaintly^dis- jcuised as a working woman .and carry^ jlng a large basket such as laundresses Juse. Dufresnay retrented In confusion. •owing profoundly and wrestling wltl» . IWs coat -..• ...• *1 pray yon pardon me, mademoiselle. fl did not expect u—a vision!\" . \"And I pray you, monsieur, not to iniock me,\" she replied, with a wry Ilt- e« irurresnajr. '••-:•...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

THE BOOB COUNTY NEWS DECEMBER 18, 1917 PAGE ELEVEN THE STORE THA T SAVES* YCU&MONEY Saturday and Monday Only SHARP PRE-HOLIDAY OPEN Here He Conies, \"Over the Top\" ANlf V Cj OA T WOMEN'S and MISSESr COAT S •': f5^'-:-.MAitKBD DOWN FROM THE - - ^ ORIGINAL SELLING PRICE AS FOLLOWS: $12.50 Coats, now . ...: $15.00vCoats, now ..j.'^'.y^yi', $20.00 Coats, now ...... .Cy ^:.^.£y*\\/^ $25.00 Coats, now \\.. ..-..'.:..'..... ...v.v. '.. . •.'.-.. $30.00 Coats, now ....'.\". . . . . . . . . . . All $35 arid $40 Coats, now: v. .v. . . . . . . . $ 8.75 \".10.75 « 15.50 . .18.75 . .23.75 .29.75 until 9 o'clock from how till Xmas A A A'AWK K A A Jt^P' A Jt A K'A K AA WJTWW \"JTA\" ,'':• \"MEET. :- SANTA €LAUS Aere $6.00 SILK WAISTS A limited number of crepe tie chine waists and blous- es, beautifully trimmed, Saturday only. . BEAUTIFUL SILK PETTICOATS ' in all the wanted new col- ors, elastic waistband and deep flounce worth $4.00, Saturday 3.2 5 $15.00 FUR SETS $10.50 Black .M^nchurian W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 13 December 1917

THE » 6 O B coi^Tr^iETre vmepliis Kslol and $21, ^•V'^'T^V'\" Tjte greatest clothes for the money. We still have a good showing of the Styleplus Clothes—$17 grade,.but regret to say that there will hot he anymore after these are gone. The makers added a Styleplus $21 grade with the same broad guarantee as the $17 grade—- buying a StyleplusSuit or Overcoat is like a bank note—the value is\" always there.- '•'., u ' - '„.• *, . . *--.S'i^ Besides the Styleplus Clothes we have the lines bought thrbughthe United National Clothiers and sell at from $10 to $25/ ' v Buy now aa there will,not be any Overcoats or Suits to sell at cut prices after inventory-^the-price is the lowest they will be for years to come.:- ''!•''• ..•'.•'.V,.' =*=in Christmas Gifts for Men and Boys can be found here—the useful gift is5more welcome a,nd that's the only kind you'llfindhere : ':lf :ASK I^1S^0^.,. A MAN Ukes a MAN'S gift from a MAN'S storelma MAN'S package. Try it this Christmas' and see. v Your MAN'S g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

*rt*^**7t ^ t ^ r ^ y * W *ifc^fi»iM*iwS»w^^ - ^ «dt^ffi^**j^*fw** THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS^-NEWS WORTH WHILE VOLUME IV STURGEON BA*. WISCONSIN $CEMR£K 20, 191? fREEZES-TO DEATH Silas Wright Of Egg'.Harbor Is Vic- lim Of Cold Weather Friday Night-Found Next Day. TWO OLD RESIDENTS DIE Mrs. Mary Kntidson, Age 92, and Mrs. Adeline White, Age 88, Answer the Final Summons. The first victim of the cold weather in Door county, was reported on Sat- urday morning, when Silas Wright, a resident of the town of Egg Harbor •was found frozen to death. The body of the man was discovered near the shack on the premises of Gil- bert McLaughlin in that town, who permitted him to occupy a hovel-on his property. The man, who was one of the human derelicts that are found in every com- munity, had been drinking quite heav- ily during the day and wlien time came for him to go home was no undor the influence of liquor that he staggered. From the position of his body. wKen found it was evident that he-had fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

rAozrvro TOE POCtt &PHTT WBW^ iECEMBE ^ 1917 iiiiili:^^^ :T^:P'i':Gi^ # SAWYER WM1 Be Harried at Waco ^WassOiga AMlswede and Arthur f^eber iottvPrtday took their departure [for Waco. Texas, where they were to lie married on ithelr arrival. The yo«ng folks will be attended [toy the bride's brother, who la a.mem- tier of the army located at Camp Mac lArthur. The bride la a resident of t Brussels and the groom a eon of Peter eber of Forestville. r l A wedding 4s to take place In this ward todar, when Miss Emma Stake- *jman, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. •Henry, Stakeman of Forestville, will become the bride of John Rockwell, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Rock- well, both being residents of, the town ! TTorestvllle. , Junes 0. IlellenboU ©leg TJeath •Â»,Tuesday morning relieved James O. Heilenbolt of his sufferings. For* tho past nine months Mr. Hel- lenboldt baa been afflicted with a can- cer, which appeared on his upper lip. The dlfleaae ate Into his mouth and destroyed tho tissue...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

Wi&^B&v:. Cownty gatsrvd M Beeond-etws matter July 1. 1914 »t the PostoSeo •t Btorfeon B*7( 'Wtoeoniin, under Act of Uarcfc 8,\" 1879. • M PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT T*iEDOOR COUNTY NEWS SABL M. LaPLANT, President and Manager O. A. t^IDBEBO, Vice-President W. WAQENEB, Secretary and Treasurer .- Addressi All Communications to Toe Hews, Sturgeon Bay, WU. Subscription Price $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, W s , December 20,1917 Is There a Santa Clans? How many times has the question, been asked? There was once a little girl whose name was Vir- giniawho sought high authority lor an answer to •the question.- She wrote a letter to Charles A. Dana, editor of the New York Sun, saying: \"Some of my friends say there is no Santa Claus. Please tell me the truth- Is there a Santa Clausr' The famous editor was pleased to tell-her the truth. This was his'reply. printedr in his paper: ^/'\"Virginia, your little friends are wrong. Tifey have //been, affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

WMW?1™ lip ?i& ••:• /Plica* In the South fji-&!:i:K f :#S6th'' Go 6Ui Reg.i U. S. A^• -. ^Stf-: v-Marine' Barracks, Quantlco, g« i Jtear :Frlehd:^'-y.':--i.'r'-:- • ••• *...-.•''\", • 5fK, H \"WeH» here we are almost to' another f&$w.Ch>l8£hias.'- We are reminded here of M 3hrIa|ma every time we look at the #S:^odas v The only trees here that have KV in^^leaves on, are the, holly. There §8:o ire? groves' of them all loaded . with I^ igreen 'fbljage and pretty red berries. ^ ? : In the front yard at the Kenmore, \"the v :^ ^old home of Washington's sister\" there ' i is a monster holly tree about two and W, i viaHhalf ieet on the stamp and at least f:ii sfo^'feet high. It Is just loaded with i s: Jeaves and berries. p \\ :.Vyl ate my Thanksgiving dinner at the ft }?home of an old Confederate soldier. j i H e showed me his old army pistol and 5 : ::v*ome shells and bullets which he had vh iept for souvenirs. There are two four g inch cannon balls sticking io t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

\"THE MO B COUJCnf NEWS PECEWBfeB 20, 1917 PAGE WVJB LOCAL RED CROSS WORK . v?\":.. • . .-.^ :,••...... . , The^ltowlng 'Red..Cross supplies have been shipped to Chicago Head- quarters from the Door County Chap- ter :V:\" '.::.•\". , .' \" 126 dpz. gauze bandages (surgical dressings) 7: dozen pillow cases (hos- pital linen) 10% doz. bed sheets (hos- pital linen) 2 dozen Turkish bath towels (hospital linen) 6 dozen hand towels (hospital linen) 1 dozen tray covers, (hospital linen- 4 dozen wash cloths (hospital linen) 13 pairs bed socks 2 dozen, convalescent gowns, 5 dozen hospital bed shirts,. 10% dozen pajamas, 1 dozen shoulder wraps, 37 pairs knitted socks, 23 sweaters, 38 scarfs, 2 helmets, 14 pairs Vristers. Through the efforts of Mrs. N. C. Garland.a 'list'of names of Door coun- ty boyB not having received sweaters, scarfs.e tc, from home, was prepared and last Saturday. 66 parcels were for- ward via parcel post from our local Red Cross Chapter to the boys-at Waco in the hope th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

' $ & & & % & ! : • T HE DOOB €(Hjynr ](inm»? DECEMBER 20, M?? -gvEjpiscopol Serrlces-'-Eplscopal ser- #ices Sunday, December 23rd at 10:30 a. m. Odd Fellows ball, Rev. Horatio ^ates. . . . ,\" ' • VVM, W. A. Meeting—Owing to the reg- ular meeting night of the M. W. A. tolling on Christmas eve, it has been postponed until the following Thurs- day evening, the 2Gth. Officers will be elected for the ensuing year at this meeting. Stating Popular ~ The municipal stating rink is one of the mout popu- lar placeB In the city, which was evi- denced on Saturday evening and Sun- day afternoon and evening. The ice was crowded with young people, the weather being ideal for the sport. time, but the poor walking in the channel where the Ice had been brok- en made the bridge preferable. Outside of the channel the ice is fully a foot thick and more. The carferry passed thru the bay again on Tuesday, spoil- ing the free bridge. It Is not safe to get the habit ot crossing on the Ice ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

THE POOR COCTTt SEW8Vs DECEMBER 18^ 1917 Clifford Wright spent Sunday with relatives in the city. Paddy Gray will return from Camp Custer to spend Christmas. Frank Olson of Ellison Bay was here Saturday on business. ' Dan Fisher spent Sunday in the city, leaving again on Monday. Alex Lundberg o£ Fish Creek was in the city Wednesday on business. Engineer Pat Writt returned home Tuesday evening from Wells, Mich. Mrs. E. C. Thorp of Fish Creek was in the city Wednesday on a shopping trip. John Carlson of Ellison Bay was iii the city Monday attending to some business affairs. ''..-. -.: Ed Kabot of Egg Harbor was among our calers on Friday while in the city on business. - . , . . . - \" ' Andrew Brann of Baileys Harbor •was in the city Monday looking after some business matters. Jacob Osmuson of Clay Banks was among our pleasant callers on Mon- day while in the city. wood. He is planning on taking his departure' for the lumber woods this week. Frank Anderson of Ephraim was in the city ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

THE DOOB COPim KEW8 DECE1CBEB 20,1917 :•• ••:..'. •'/\" .. £.1 ' •:•• from-:-i-——''•'. '•... \" .\" '.'.•:, \" MERE AND THERE BA1IEIS HABBOB 'John Ollinger made a short call in town Sunday. yvRev '-Vqgel-:'was a Sturgeon Bay caller last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jacobson went to Ellison-Bay Monday to visit with relatives. Leo Charnetsky and mother return- ed Saturday from a two weeks visit In Milwaukee. School was closed Monday for a two weeks vacation after which the new building will be occupied. ' , Mrs. Chas. Abrahainspn and Mrs. Samuel Kaczmarck were Sturgeon Bay visitors last Saturday. • '\" ' Mrs. Gardner Orstead was at Stur- geon Bay on business\" Saturday. Harry Brann motored there on the same day. John Zak and son Ludwlg who had been visiting in Racine and Cropsy, 111., for a few weeks returned • home Saturday.. Miss Nina Blakcflcld, who Ja taking the Commercial course at the State University in Madison, returned home Sunday for the Xtnas\" vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Andre...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

*HB DOOtf COUNTY HEWS DECEMBER 20, 1917 PAGE SIS -ti«i!Vs' 11 m fit ni'I.Wir\"' i|l il:g|l •111] 1|S 11 i! # IS 1 M This and Thatfrom :: Here andThere:: FOBESTYlIitE w T9111 Miller made, a trip to Algoma taut Tuesday. • . •Vftn. Gomoli Sr., sppt between trains at Algoma ^Way. Andrew Lawrence was an Algoma Tisitor Wednesday. Miss Linda Lehmkuhl made a trip to Algoma ThurBday. jlrs. Herbert Krueger -was an Al- goma visitor Tuesday. Hago Plinske. of Algoma visited • at bia home here Monday. jos. Deprey spent Sunday, at his home'in New Franken. Sam Perry made a business trip to Sturgeon §*y Tuesday. jlr. and Mrs. Fred Kroening were Algoma visitors Thursday. Mrs. J. S. Haegele and son John were Algoma visitors Saturday. J. S. Haegele was on the sick list with a severe cold for a few days. \"\" Herman Schnenke-and Walter Mey- er left last Wednesday for Milwaukee Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Piute of Gardner drove here last Thursday, on business, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry and fam- ily moved into the...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 20 December 1917

§|p|i§||*^^ THE DOOR COUNTY SBWB DECEMBER *£iW?^Bv^t^ ^ \"' '**'**** ****'**^ there is no |ea^ ^iftattheManVSta^ We center our entire energy on selecting appropriate goods for men and we know ^u r business well-?-therefore it is to your advantageto visit ourstorewhenbuyingMen's and Boys' goods. You can still buy goods better than you will when we will have to buyagain. (The Mans Store wishes you a Marry Christmas and appreciates your Visit Thank You.) ii &MiamMm&i&-mmei&& »MXXKK**)*XI^X*»MM« ***-* if-y-Y V, V .v. V iV.v. v, y..y J \\ fr»*XXXXX*3H Lake Marine News of Local and General Interest Marine Sfea and (he Draft Tho Local Exemption Board of Door county is In receipt of the following telegram sent to tho governor by the \"Provost Marshal General at Washing- ton, which jwtH bo of special interest to tho marine of draft ago.. \"Please advise all Local and Dis- trict Boards that in ensu of u pilot or a mariner on the Great'Lakes this fact that his employ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 27 December 1917

iy Neu6 Is h-$h& County.^--[:^ tf,?.,*y :':.•%•.'. ,• THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS^\"j|BT#S WOltTH WHILE' fOlBIDBIT 8TUBGB0N SAI, WISCONSIN THURSDAY, DECEMBEB 27, 1917 (DR0WN1N6ACC1DENT Herbert Barnard Of Fourth Ward Loses life While Skating t - Wednesday Afternoon. MTMBER TWENTÂ¥.SdC NEW RATESEFFECTIVE JAN. 1ST State Tax Commission Have Estab- lished the Basis of Charges To Be Mode to Local Consumers BREAKS THRU IN CHANNEL ltd Was 12 Years Old-Body Recov- ered Bjr Coaitgwurd Crew Two Horn After &? Fatality. The first drowning fatality of the season occurred on \"Wednesday after- noon, when Herbert, the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Barnard of the Fourth ward lost his life. It was shortly after one o'clock when Bert Keith, who was on his way to his work in the Bank of Sturgeon Bay on the'west Bide, heard a cry for help. He was on the bridge at the time and'some distance past the toll house. He hurried back and he in company with Alex Laurie, one of the **idge tenders, hastened...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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