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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1918

IMiliiliilliiW i ^ BAiLElS HAKBOR JI^JB^ =be bold S « i tije Batleys Harbor new school : ^imh(Ung Thursday, February 21at, and | followed by an evening program at 8 c^Jocki sharp, •/ •'•• ^ f The men's meettag opens 4t 1:30 in i?.'fbe upper department of tho school ' :'.'liou8e'''wlth the following program Â¥J:30 p. m.—Management of! a'Dairy • f Herd—F. O. Swoboda. •4h36 p .m—County Agent Goff will take the names of farmers who want their seed grain treated for (1 smut this spring. 4B:45 p. m.--InBurlng Corn Crop for the Silor-M. B. Goff. ^Hie foUow^ng gentlemen will act as * reception committee: Lester Eat- ragb Wim. Toft and Wm. Oldonbcrg. :• Thei ladies meeting will be held in the primary room and will begin at 1:80. It will include discussions and .demonstrations on expense and food saving dishes for war time use. Miss Bobbins will conduct this meeting and -will bo assisted by tho following local eoinmltteo: Mrs. N. Robertson, Mrs. Carl Pructcr and Mrs. Aug. Brann. The evening ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1918

This and That from rslHere and There*: 3 ^ v r ' ! p i l ^ S ^ l t i n ' Dies ,v • : TJiis community Was greatly shock- ed |onpJ6iiday mpiiiing bjr the an^ noiincement of the death at GreervBay of William Rankin aie nightjbefore. Mr Rankin was takenJtp^Green Bay last week where he^w&s on Friday cperateil -jipdn forappendlcitis Being of wonderfnlpliysique, being f - feet 6 3h^OTl|UvJie1ght and weighing 240 •pbundss.viio thought of the operation toeing at all dangerouB ever entered e minds of his relatives or friends* which caused a shock when his death was announced. Mr. Rankin was the owner of Ran- kin's hall and saloon in the village and was one of the best known well thought of citizens here. He was born antl reared in this vicinity, having first seen the light of day in the town of Brussels. He leaves a wife and one child, the latter being about twelve years old Deceased has made his home here for the past eight years, coming here Srom Brussels. The funeral will be held from ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 February 1918

•^^M^UWM^^iMM WILL HOLDFARMER INSTITUTES Program Hire'^iBem^-JLtj^geA^Vor of the Connty :'. ''•-:':. :'• m Tag 30tm '.nomaia' Sold^ , ^fte Leath&tt?& $mUii iwrnpaay of i ?jfchffLjKHi fln. f i ^ e a d a y aold tic tag jTplEkt& H a n ^ ^ ' t t f - C a p i . Oan&y of Sanlt Ste. MaHe, Mich.,the pirjee re- ceived for the .craft being $25,00fc ^ e Hutmaderr to to f» used In tow- ing pulpwooti rafts: in that? vicinity daring the ensuing season, and will be token to her new owners OB soon asthe ice leaves. The Hunaader was built at tills port in 1S06, being designed by Leathern D. Smith, who nlso superintended her construction. She is one of, the larg- est and finest tugs in' thfs region and has been used for tho past several years' In towing stone scows for the company. :-M*' Another series of farmer's institutes wlljlbe held atForestvillo on Feb., 18 Afeplewoodv Feb., 19 Egg -,- Harbor, Fisb,20 Baileys Harbor, Feb: 21 Sis- tor Bay, Feb. 22nd. The meetings will include aft...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1918

The Door Counter News Is the Official Paper Of Door County. '\"~\"~f$y'H?i THE DOOR. COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" VOLUME FOUR STURGEON BAY, WI8C0N8IN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1918 NUMBER THIBTY-FOIW DEATH CLAIMS TWO flrt. Peter Delair of SevastopolSum- moned Unexpectedly While Visit- ing Daughter in This City LEAVES A LARGE FAMILY Mr*.Pat Wattera, Sr., of ForestvUIe Passed Away at Her Home On Monday Night Mra. Peter Delair died quite, unex- pectedly on Tuesday morning while jrtying her daughter, Mrs.\" Emma iCaon, a visit in this city. Mrs. Delair, who resides in the town «C Sevastopol, came here on Saturday to visit with her daughter over Sun- •4ar. She was apparently in her usual Stealth and on Sunday remarked that she was feeling better than usual, hav- iag been afraid that trip might tire HOT before she left home on account •*f trouble with her heart. y At dinner she ate heartily and was in the best of spirits when \"suddenly #ke complained of feeling dizzy, but -said that it...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1918

TIMEliY TOPICS ofSAWYER Will Install Storage-Kant The local condensery plana on put- ttlng In a cold storage system. during the coming spring, which it Is expect- Yed will be ready for operation by the •time that warm weather sets in. This will, obviate the necessity of Sunday f^work' in the factory, which will be a source of satisfaction to the employes, :thl being about the only disagreeable feature with which tbey they have to jntejdl as It gets exceedingly monot- onous—this all work and no play. Supt Baker states that the Van *Camp company Intend to make this the 'leading, condenscry owned by them in -the state, it being the best equipped -tif any of their factories for the con- densing of mjlk. The capacity is to be doubled next summer and this will 'be made one of the most modern and •complete plant* owned by the com- pany. Tho receipta of milk are stead- ily increasing and arc far ahead of ex- ^urging Dr. A. J. Kreitzcr to becom pectallons. While the unusual condi 'lions of t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1918

THE POOHfcOPKTEKBWB FBBRPAKfr 2i 1918 The poor County News fatand u •Â«eond-alM» matter JIU '!». ••* ml Ihe pojioffloe «t 8tars«oo BIT »• «•Â»Â»Â».. under tfce »ct of March 8. 187» P0BUBBRU'WEEKLY Bl THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS Uncorporatrd} ».JUi M. i,Afi.ANT President l»nd U » D U- 8 A, MTNDBEBu Vtc«-Pre«ideot f : WAGES PK Secrelan »nd Trena'rei 4 «»*• «II couimuoicsiiooi to Tin Raw. Sturfeon B»y. Wliconitn ' Subscription Price, $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, Wis, February 21,1918 Wolf! Wolf! There is In every community people •who have such an exaggerated idea of their own importance that they are continually complaining about this one or that one trying to injure their -business or reputation. They lay all their failures to their imaginary ene- mies—which ia of course their com- petitors In business. If the average Individual will stop and consider for even a moment, he will find that the most successful bus- iness man is the one who attends strictly to his own affairs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1918

^ ' i s m ^ p ^ ' f e f t t i ^ vttetg Fox Bonntr-—William Burns of Sister Bay received the bounty oa a ftnt that he killed In that township the *rst of tho week. V \"Work on Monday — The heatless Mondays were discontinued this week «nd everybody got Jjack on the job. Two holidays In one week were too many, anyway. So Quorum—There being no quor- mm present it was impossible to bold at meeting of the council on Tuesday •vonlng. The meeting has been called for this evening (Thursday.) Xeo a Benedict—An Algoma report •tates that Leo Koblbeck was married kefore his regiment left Wapo. This Wni be Interesting information to the young ladles', with whom Leo, we are told, was quite a favorite. Fatherland Sons Meeting—The an- nual father and son's meeting will bo ield In the Methodist church on Tues- *»y evening, February 26th. Fathers ere invited' to come with their sons er somebody else's son. Boy* Wood—This Is the appeal of •iho fuel administrator. Unfortunate- ly there is not much of ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1918

Tm podR cwnray ggrrs FEBBPABY ai/wig. •D a business trip on Thursday. Mrs. T. A. Sanderson is visiting with ?elatiTes at Madison during the past •week. - • '. • Chas. Ruckert of Ellison Bay was in the citr Monday attending to some business matters. Mrs. A. D. Rieboldt returned home Monday evening from a visit with rel- .atlves at Milwaukee. Mrs. J. C. ^ n a on Monday afternoon entertained a.number of lady friends at a Red Cross party. August Sawdo of Brussels was in the city on Wednesday attending to some,, business matters. Will Mannoy of Egg Harbor was in the city on Tuesday attending to Boime. business matters - Frank Suthers made a business trip to outside points on Thursday, being absent a couple of days. Leslie Austin arrived here the lat- ter part of the week to spend a few weeks visiting with his family. the Buclts in the lead up to Wednes- day night The rivalry between the leaders is waxing warmer every day and each PAGE STVB KEEP THE HENS Under a recent ruling of the Feder...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1918

THE DOPE COimTY HEWB FEBRUARY 21, 1918 llfi'SpORl: COUNTY^.. ]-. /•^'••^•^:J(^dJ^yaldc«lbii---: ANNUAL SESSION (Continued) '•^••31 George Ahlawede ,.\"-.' .v i ' » - a i H . Medke...,,.,.,.....:.',. . '*-21 J. Braksstj . . . . . . . . . - . . \" \" M l H . Buschnfan . . . ' . ( • jJ-30 W - Schumackor . . . . . . » \"9-30 Aug. Schumacher . . . . . . / ,»-20 Tom Brackash . . . . . . . . -9-30 Ji Hucek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'S-80 J. Dclfosse . . . . . . . . . ' . 9-30 H . Dewitt »-30 X.\"•. Vauderlie . . . . . B-SO E. Woutelet 9-30 Uoo. Ahlswedo 9-30 C. 'Schumacher . , . . \" . . . . S-80 John Alexandor , . . . , . , 8-80 J. Tlacach • •fl.80. 8. Cissr . . . . . . . , . . Y . . 1 0 - 6 Mike Oerlach .'.... 1 0 -0 Ernest Wiegand, culverts 10-15 Standard Oil Co. •,' .*S . 10-15 W. Schumacher . . , . . . ' . • 10-30 0 , Schurasckor . . . . . . . . 1 0 4 5 A. ScTramacker . . . . , . , . 20-16 0. Psahke . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-80 Door Co. 10-30 B. Clsar 10-80 S. Tlacach .. .:•.....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1918

THE POOB C0CKT5 NBW8 % FEBBUABT 21, 1S1 '\"\"'\"\"' /-\"\"'\"\" ''''''''' ' 'gA^^ This and That from t: Here andThere :: WASHINGTON ISLAND .' Mrs. Hannes Johnson who suffered a stroke during the early part of the wlnteVls improving nicely. A pleasant gathering was held at -Carl Hansen's Monday evening the occasion being the captain's birthday. JWany of them Carl. \" ' T h e ' dance and concert that was ko be given by the\" Mystic Workers at kelson' s hall has been postponed on -.account of poor roads. In spite of the bllzzarcr that raged Thursday, Pete Anderson, our accom- modating mail carrier, made the trip' to Gills Rock and back. John Johnson was sick with the -grippe and was on the way to im provement when he suffered a relapseJqua managers have signed up the We can not give all the details as yet, but their is something on the way that may be another industry,of import- ance to the island. Wo are of the opinion that it ever does get started it will give Hinz's 57 varieties a r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 21 February 1918

liS^Wi^CStlEI lKs - — • THE DQOB COUSTT SEWS FEBKLABY 21, 1918 of local Aid General Interest ^ : ' : . : - : - ' : - y ^ •••• -:•*:• WQ STORM STALLS LOCAL TRAIN Continued Prom Page One :.:' V'^'•:•'^f v -Jf«llcj». |»':Bi,arIner8/' Kenosha Light and Fog Signal Sta- tion was closed, ftactne South Break- water Racino Breakwater, Racine' r^erheadj and, Racine North Pierhead R i g h t o were extinguished, and Racine Pierhead Fog Signal was closed on Fobrtfary 15 and Kenosha Break- water light was extinguished, Febru- ary 16. The above named lights and fog signals will remain closed until aavlgatlon into the ports of Kenosha and Racine has been resumed. Waukegaa Harbor and Waukegan Breakwater lights were extinguished and Wiaukegan, Harbor Fog Signal was closed on February 15,1918 will remain so until navigation into the fort of Waukegaa has been resumed. Chicagb Pierhead Range Lights ' were extinguished and Fog Signal was closed on February 12, 1018. Sta- tion1 will remain closed .unti...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1918

The Door Cow^ New DOOR COUNTY THE DOOR CQUNTY NEWS-t\"NEWS WORTH WHILE\" VOLUME FOTJB STCKGEON BAT, WISCONSIN TArRSDAY, MARCH 7, 101$ NUMBER THIRTY-SIX A SHORTJCALENDAR Only Four Cases Cited For Trial At Coming Session Of the 'X ' Circuit Court. AREALL1NTERESTINGSUIT3 They May Drag Ont Term If All Come Up For Trial No Criminal Cases On the Calendar. WILL VOTE ON COUNTY OPTION Papers Being Circulated to HaTe the Question Presented to the Voters at the Coming Election The circuit court will convene in regular session on Tuesday, March i2th, -with Judge Henry Graass pre- siding. The session gives promise of being tion of making a strenuous Campaign. • The indications are that there is to be a \"wet\" and \"dry\" fight at the com- ing election this spring. Papers aire being circulated with a view of securing a sufficient number of signers to hayelhe question sub- mitted to the voters on April 2nd. The niyuber of. signers required to bring the\"matter before the people is 10 percent of t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1918

lii^^wiii ifrdm tiEREANDTOERE J Death Calls Mrs. Magnus Larson After ft brief .'illness,' Mrs. Magnus 'JLarson passed away at tier ..home.'', in this ward, on Thursday morning, Feb- jruary 28th: V •.•' \" '\" ': Mrs. Larson, whose maiden name -ifas Josephine Knudsbn, was born In Passgrund, Norway, Feb. 16, 1850. She •emigrated to America in 1852, loca'ting In the city of Chicago, where a short 'time afterward she was united In mar- riage to Magnus Larson. In 1875 the Ncouple came to this county, locating •'5n the town of Nasewaupee, where tthey made their home continuously until the death of the husband and father about ten years ago. Six years ago Mrs. Larson moved to this ward :where she has since made her home. Twelve children, were born \"to Mr. and Mrs. Larson, all of whom survive and were at the bedside of their bo- loved mother when she passed away. \"These are Prank of Sawyer, Mrs. Peter ~Norwum of FVirg'o,' N. D.. Martin of this »clty Mrs. C. O. Tollefson of Brooklyn, N. Y...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1918

THE 1)66B C0U1H7I ITBTW ifMABCH^^tMt The Door County News Mmttfrt w feonikltMM matter July 1, II* at tfca poitofflce »t Sturgeon BayTwta- imatau onder tks Mi of March 8. isfi. PTTBtlSHXO WEEKLY B» THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS UncarporatfJ) . JifJUi X. LAPi.ANT. tretldeat and M»n»f»* g. JL/LUNDBEBG. Yies-Preiident W. ' -WAGENEB, decretary and Trennrar. 'ill- eommoaicitioni to Tki Haws, / t • •••'_• Sturgeon Bay. WUconiln S*b«ription Price, $2.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, WIB, March 7, 1918 This paper has enlisted withthe government irithe cause of iVtnerica for the ^period of the war-**•-•- C A. the K. C. Y. M. C. A„ the Thrift Stamp-sales, the Liberty Loan bonds, the conservation days. This will, or should be, enough to keep you otft of mischief. ...-. The senate of the state of Wiscon- sin performed a service for the com- monwealth when they adopted a reso- lution condemning^the attitude of Sen- ator LaFolIette in the United States senate.. There were only three sen- ators who voted aga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1918

^^^P^iiii: aeaday afternoon Joseph Ziveny, Jr., volunteered in the auto mechanic ser- vice thru tile Local Board, and will be badly swollen\"for the following couple of days that it was difficult to tell whether a bone was broke or the ankle sprained. However, • one is as bad as the otherT and she will be laid up for some time as a result of the ac- cident. • Collects .Fox .Bounty — Kapoleon TIrtz on Tuesday collected bounty on :• • fox that he killed in the town of Egg Sarbot. 'r . „ ,, •..' Bnr«r cold snap Tues- day night, when the temperature drop- ped to 10 above zero. It moderated again during tlu? following day, how-b~iMeat Order Suspended—The food ever. \".' . ' ' -•\" i administration has readjusted its prp- JPronk JTarUn Joins—Wednesday evJ firam onjmeatless days and tempor- ,*ning Frank Martin made application! arily suspended the order for porkless to Join the auto mechanic section ofl Saturday until further notice.' For-the- the army and will go to San Antonio, \"me bei...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1918

THE BO6R cou»TJf sfiirs^Roit 7, wis ''\"' ' '^GEfiWvJh \"\" Luke Burns and family on March 1st moved into the rooms vacated by the Peninsula club. , Miss Annie Olllnger was confined to her home for several days the past •week by an attack of illness. Andrew Thlesen, wife and family •were in the city Saturday on a pleas- ure and business trip combined. John Anderson of Ephraim was a caller at this office on Tuesday while in the city on a business trip. A. E. Dooiittle of Pish. Creek was in the city Friday and part of Satur- day attending to some business mat- ters. ':.'••'... Henry Fetzer returned homo Mon- day from 'a trip to Milwaukee and Chicago, waeie he spent a week on businesB. ' • . . •• *- ::' \" ''••.''••/_• '. Treasurer Joseph,, Baudhuiu of tho \"town of Union was in, the city Monday making his returns to the \"county treasurer, v • „' John Ollin'ger went to Green Bay Tuesday afternoon, returning home on Wednesday evening, the trip being one of business. - - ^ . : . - Mrs....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1918

n xmv- 1 ySiTOIR XIBEBTY GROVE sVMrk C.*R. Seaqulst left Wednesday lor Sturgeon Bay where she will spend •ome time visiting her daughter, Mrs! sOlarence Anderson. Vi-Tbe roads are getting bare ID many .jflaces and if no more snow comes irom now on the Fords will be tear- ing up the roada soon. '/','iGurUe'Boquls on Saturday entered ibe- employ of the Produce Co., the Srasinesa thereby being too great to 1be handled by the regular force. 'Th e Liberty Grove Produce Co. haB a large force of men and team? haul- ing stone to fill the last, crib in their •It-stone dock.'When completed this •Will be one of the. ataunchest docks on this shore. •• \\.v ' • • • . , . John Boquist returned home from Chicago Saturday evening after a three weeks visit among relatives and friends, having been called to the \"Windy city to attend his brother's fun- *ral. He looks none the worse for the , The funeral of Emll Johnson was ^conducted from tho Moravian church last Wednesday, Revs. Sam Groonfeldt and E...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1918

County Board of Supervisors of Door County OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ANNUAL SESSION V: MSM „ 1 ^ OF ASSESSMENT • ROLL| l:|||| l H ? R | ^ ^ f$* ^ r k °? the County of Door, containing a certified abstract of the assessment rolls, ^oFthe | ^ j ^ ^ |q^lization, and of the state, county and local taxes levied in said county for the year 1917: •^h-A^-^v-: :-. '^\"'»:'\\f-':£v'v-\"'' ,v -r-j\"- , ^ * - t ftlllPlf^^g. •^'oy^yAraeMment - L S K^l«|5' &a)!stricts : ©S^fe:.^^^^^ ^ ^ i f i a i l e y s riirof-.£-^ „• . --.'{Brussels '.—•^~—^if • -..it-i-jiCIay-' B a n k 8 / _ _ . — . Kf.'.rrHgfg.Harbor--—.™- . ••' .Forestvllle _._,—-' . \"iardne : •Â»lbralta • Jacksonport . ^Liberty Grove . '' v INasewaupee _-. uUevastopol —_^ _ :Sturgeon Bay(Tn) -••• . V n l o n _ __ ___.. - . \"Washington'. _:—_ t , Sister Bay (Vil).. Sturgeon Bay(Cy) ' Total of County - Horses : Mules and .Asses •••:.••• H':: • ••'• : B . . • ' ill.-'.'.'. 251 23600 791 77385 346 3179 1 4 9 8 - 4 2 1 2 0 753 85302 493...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1918

Notice to Mariners Muskegon north Pierhead light, Muskegon Pierhead range lights, and Muskegon Lake light were relit and Muskegon Pieriiead Fog Signal was placed in commission, March 1st, asAmerican navigation into the port or Muskegon has been resumed. , Waukegan Harbor and Waukegan Breakwater lights was relit and Wau- kegan Harbor fog signal placed in commission March 4. Waukegan Har- bor light will show fixed wjiite tem- porarily. .Chicago Harbor, Racine Reef, and Racine Pierhead Light and Fog Signal Stations were place'd in commission, and Racine South Breakwater, Racine Breakwater, and Racine North Pier- head lights were relit last week, after a temporary discontinuance on ac- count of ice conditions. KenoBha light and Fog Signal sta- tion was placed in commission, Feb- ruary 2G, and Kenosha Breakwater light relit, February 27tli, as naviga- tion into the port of Kenosha lias •been resumed. Algonio, Pierhead Range lights and 'fog signal station were.placed in com- mlesion, Febr...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 14 March 1918

The Door County News Is The Official Papier )f Door County? pfiffl VOLUME FOUB THE DOOR COUNTY #EWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' — . ^ ^ == STUKGEOJT BAT, ^YISCOSSIN THURSDAY, 3LVRCH H,191 NUMBER THIETY-SEYBlt GRIM REAPER'S TOLL Septimus Stephenson, Veteran Of Civil War and Pioneer Set- tler Passes Away. We have had several severe snow /storms In this part of the country dur- I ing the winter,-but it was left to &eH* M R S J A B U T T M C K C A I i^ furnlsh *«*»*• On Saturday morning particles of Remains Are Shipped To Aurora, 111., For Interment. Infant Child Of Arnold Herrbold Dies. / In the death of Septimus Stephen- son, this county loses one of itS~pio- »eer settlers, a veteran of the Civil war and a most higHly respected citi- zen. Mr, Stephenson for- several years made his home with his children in Iowa, but last fall, having been ill the most of the time the previous summer, i e expressed a desire to return to his •Id home in this city, feeling that if ke was to die he \\yould...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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