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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 November 1914

THE DOOB COUNT! NEWS NOVEMBER 18, 1014 W&^vmm from IRiANDTHERE ^ H CREEK. ThcrCffjrn Contest IJooria^ contest, held on Tuesday week ' was very well attended. :oland who called the meeting to gavei a. short talk on the sn- ot Door county, especially agricultural and horticultural )Hie_ then explained the object contest. feasors Wotja and Delwiche of tension Department of the Uni- of Wisconsin had charge'of the oon: lectures^ ifessor.Wqtja spoke on \"Corn and elation to Dairying.\" This lec- was indeed very interesting and ctive. The subject was discuss- 6m four1 points: jEOnds of Corn. The Financial Standpoint Distribution of Work. Fertility Added to Soil, telling of the different kinds of , Mr. Wo,tja explained the best ts in each kind, for example, for ey, ,the quality of the milk - for stein, the quantity of'. the* milk. choosing the breed of catOe ch he intends to keep, the farmer it first consider tor what purpose milk is to be used—whether for ese or butter, or any of sever...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 November 1914

|||g|^iB:4iiett?:meeUiig •• • ojfJthe' Woman's §f^{^e {i^^ 0 §i»^/6ae^ot, {theyIngesttanaBiaiieat ||ll^{ |p{il J j ^ w ^ ^ i i ^ e ihi'lr. annual fair ^^X^PI^v^wwi^ia^U 3Eo\"escan(M*»^V\"-:»^lL\". 4 t h {\"in | g f S j ^ | i b * ^ ^ give. |^^:^tete^e:: auTOeP & the Goodrich % toii^--'CirowSi l8' expected. {'v ' { -{X-^'s | i ^ ^ 8 e ^ Strong is = having a modern**M- |£{irealdehce built across from hisplace s{ to the Third ward. .TOe house Ispar- .p tlally: completeÂ¥nbwand will be com- 0 : pieted as soon as possible. { {'{:{ 4 %The next meetmgrof tie Study Club ^H willbe held Monday nlghi at the home :',y p? -Mrs. lioufs • Nebel Jr.,' A shadow •rjjlay will be the special feature ot the { 'ovening. :\\{{''{{: . \\ v . •...' }%£[ Advertise letter list: Mrs. Kate Bar- nard Lawrence Collins, Rose John- { {.•{smt Mrs. Emina Kertln, Mr. and Mrs. {{{{'iFrank. Konrad, Frank {Lakalhv Thos? :i{A. {McCarty.:-' | . -TheK. P. lodge - are going to give a :« big Thanksgiving dance Wedn...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 November 1914

'THE i»6o«ii^ W^selbesinl^int .y/.l^?J^b''!^bil iwrat:.- itp-. .. Algoma yesterda^Jtor a ^Ort vttlt^with riela- tiw»:-r ^J''}Z^.s-^:v: ^^ ''-^ - '-•'•- ^ f e Petereoff/W Fisb Creek was In town Tliuwday and gave.this office '•a pieaBantbali - • r.: ': •'.' Elmer Anclam of Baileys Harbor wa | In.•'this blty^bii a--bualness trip Frliay.' ^4? ^ ^^ v ^ \"* •::- -: H • . • • X^un^-Trejasurer Emit Miller visit- ed ifr jda homei InBrussels Saturday , anC-Sunday. : - ••'.~:''-''^-'I\"' l|cai A. Jobnson of Washington Is- landwas to thiscity last Thursday on hbth business^ and pleasure. The Misses Edna Oakley and Ella Kebgh Sundayed In Kewaunee visit- ing- with frletfds'aiia reMives. A. G. Rose who 1B now located in GreenBay was up here Saturday on busineaja..-^ -V -.'' .-./\". C A.:Lundberg of Fish Creek trans- acted business in Uiis city Friday and Saturday of last week. The Misses Rena Conlon and Emily Iloule spent the week end visiting at Green Bay with friends. P. W. Hitchcock left for...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 November 1914

S S S i l ! ^^ st^uioni Aihs Reported td Have Evacu- ^^d^&^tiy- the Canal •&>••/ v|:5|^n!foni Nov. l^^-Au Exchange Tel- •graph dispatch says 'the allies are j-j\"\"*-\\a't. °*9 gates ot Osfead. It Is reV i r»prte4 they/will soon enter the town, ', • i*nlch has been abandoned by the en- •y[t?hG.'Germans' have won another vie- ^*o^« They drove the allies across the :: ':0?^»:^?^'\\*rthe'. greund:'wa*:recov:-: • «red later, but the defenders were un- able to regain the east bank of the --•j^StTeapau--''.---''-\".- :._': J ,In the general defeat (he allies lost ^j'OOjnrlsoners, four field cannon and -jfour machine guns. The Germans drove the British and [Belgians from Lombardzhyde, on the coast between Ostend and Nleuport. (The allies returned to the attack and are directing a vigorous Are against t .the German lines. - j Battle on for Ostend. j\" The offensive here is pushed with •the idea of forcing the invaders from ^Ostend and • so compelling them to •lengthen th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 November 1914

• 1M £in8^^ «mbttrg'3$Uwl w&* ni parents. MIB^ ^ ^ ^ n i w r t W and: Henry Hen- :uinet^^ ^gom|i ^Itors. Sunday. StoreBt^iie^l8/ha^g cold weather too. Mo^«4fwe- farmers are reaay ' for '&Mi&0£W^^y.^': •.'•'••\" - ' .LouisBa^ttn^8- Ui Na8ewaupee going theretb^elij «»ut Mrs. Bauman's illness Mrs, F?*uiS5 Rosjei who has been ill for somei t&^:pJ»iV^ tetter'now. and • is galntag-i^tftr] ^ J. H.iiinaaeyer and/WUUam Moore took uv tie^aancei at Matter's hall in Brussels JSa^rday night Loulakkreft^ls^outeide again after having been Confined to his home for the pastiflvevor six weeks. Poseph Stoneman jr., left Monday for Milwaukee wherei he goes.-to have * iniibr^ppis'i^ti6n -''perfpnried'' on his aose.:x- k''''/,\"•- .'• -'\":•'•'\".:.••'•'' • Lindauer Bros, lost a valuable pig the first of -the week. The animal weighed in the neighborhood of 600 pounds.:.::j-: '^v-s- Louis Renard: who is employed in ereen Bay spent Sunday visiting with his parents here, Mr. and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 18 November 1914

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS NOVEMBER 11,1914 as2S2S2szszs2SisasHSZsaHSHSss2S2sa^^ ElSSESSSSZSlSiSSSSSSSiSiSiSSSiSZSSSSSZSSSSS^SSSSBdSSSSSSSSSZSSSSSZSSSL t:|/v^Ttie^chbb^6ir $^^j^^'^t^-::-j^^^^^Seeyy: canvas / ^&es<h$/loa^ '• ! ' i^e^BleiambJ^ge^ W.fex£Carter.\"was : ^ -:/ Tbe'k steambarge' -f:Herman Hettler and ciansort Interlaken was among the. i::Jt^sjyje£T south- bound on Jifcl4ay//':/: /lee placed in ordinary at the Pan- ••: krata'\"fllip'.•'•,' '••-v ' v R.: ',.•..:.-•'.'..-••.'.^('1 • *•'• •• •••••'-.• '•.-••-•\".' -,,.•• •\"•'-!' ? jThe: steainef .tymi Castle Rhodes of ^iHe Mutual) Tt&nslt Co., passed thru *ound for Green -Bay Friday . / p passenger steamer P. M. No 7 passed thru north bound Saturday loaded with!,'salt for Menominee. The Bteamerbarge Susie Chlpman pased thru\"'^otah bound Friday load- / «A:wlth lumber - /The/steamer Sidney O. Nettwas among the paaagea south bound oh Monday loaded with lumber. 9 ^he! We ^rrerii, CaptsAIbert An- derson has been place...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

TOLWJE/4 THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—''NEWS WORTH WHILE STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, N OVEMBEB 25, .101* NUMBER TWENTY-THREE- Steamer Curtis and Her Barges, Annie M. Peter- son and Marvin, Lost on Lake SuperiorX John Walker, Captain of Peterson, Not Found JuHus Noll's Body Found, Together With Twelve Other Victims of the Terrible Storm ************* i *»\\t *t At..\\a \\t At \\* u M * • !TH KnwVIInR'RIClt\"! No one even at this late day can tell the tertlble result of the storm on the takes-of last Thursday. \"The Grave Yard/pf the Lakes\" has again robbed homes of father arid loved ones. Stur- geon Bay people feel It more perhaps on account o£ one of the victims being that 61 Capt John Walker, a former resident arid citizen of this place. At first it was believed that the 1 Captain might have been possibly .saved on the Steamer Curtis which up, to this time, had not been heard from but as time passed even the most -optimistic * were forced to give up /topes/. •:•.'• . The Steamer C. F. Curt...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

wm UKI HHMIBiiti§§§ii iliilHlilliilli i Lena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ex- ceivedV&eiirVlas^ :K^'~y-^-^----':-™.:~-\\~~'~™-^... tor'7- ^^, 8e^on \" ::Mbnda^v::it:::i'i7a8 lb^gv Tul6S^:^epaVv: •Tier Marcelte was united In marriage brought over from Marinette on the on all parcels. Address parcels fully S i ^ i ^ S % ? £ ^ ^ e ^ C I 9 Trednesdar to attend thelfurieral of Parcels\"© subject to postage at the *anj and: wife,J The wedding was a „ „ '^t'JL.':.-v:'::vv:: \" IAM'M^^^f^'^^ . «,•Â« «,w/.i, •Â«Â«Â»Â«Â«Â«•Â«, ««i ||§ili!P$t^^ :onlri:e ^ittye'Bi iw^v^ear \" frlends attending. ^|Af^ithe:cjW^b^ the week moved their house .hold ^ - - - - ~ — - ^ ~ - - • — Those valued betweenV $25.00 and«i «r $fi£i young- Couple are well \"and Street, where: Mr. Johnson\"owns a $50,06 may be mBured: for 10r cents l Â¥ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ *Ii|D^ ground Sa^erltarin, for th^ conmitag yean v ^ v Vy^ittea inscriptions such a \"Merry •-_,._..... .. ^Edward MarX and D spent Sunday at aome^ restm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

S$-f THE BOOB COtWTY SBITS KOTBMBBB fii, 1H4 ^ ^ | f l 3 5 £ Attorney H^ M. I ^ r g u s o n ) ^ ' 3|^*e^sijBni?!of the times point to a | | ^Btantial reduction of the taxes. ' gi'v-^®3S* ?*$0:lure m office at Washington ^^M|^,the- presentttaie haJre seen the y tlitmd^ritlng on the wall—-witness the | ire|i^bn pf thVpork barrel bill by 7 / t h ^ ^ r e e million dollars. The pow- ? «r8 itiiat be:,'at\". Madison are equally^ ^bd^^readin g the public pulse as .:. i^fcated by •the refund a short time i v ^ and fifty ',: Vr i&oiiis)^d'rd6lilarsVv Both of these acts ^ V wpoid^appear to be a concession to /'•-i/\\:-yike!V4ejmana^'-o£' 'tlie people for lower ^•v:ltiuKis'.: -. •'':•'•:.' : : I t is pleasant to hear of these re- ductions at Washington and it must :' be admitted that National politics has some bearing on: local conditions— BUT LOGAIi POLITICS IS WHAT COUNTS. Local politics, practically, Is more important than national poli- tics. But how the city of Sturgeon Bay is run ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

W&&%^^ fS*ei*:»i tko pottoffioe at Stuseon Bay: the clouds of peace and properity float undisturbed o'er our people end coun- t y *breyer« c 0:: E.%^^^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS gaUfiL 3^ IiAPLAinr/PreBldont end M j | p | ^ i s ^ ^ H&.XrMwii>r '\"'IJiiMiiiM-rra?eommualeatlong . r to- Thi '•Â»•*!, ^:i#\"iV\"# '•Bto^*80tt. Ba3^ :WlIeon•^n , ,.:.• / SubscriptionvPri«ciB^$iipO P £ Year ^toirgeon Bay, Wl8«-5oTember 25,1914 0{Tfflije: \"Ttaa'Old Oaken Bucket\") |!JHi^rftearjta'^^^ii!i'ea^:are -.lIie' scenes §S 0t^^cl^dhoodV\"' y'-^'h'-'^ |'^Wi&.v^nd):v *eMllec^ittB present |^ia''c1torcn' and the store, and the |p &iud 'all the''-fared, spots that my ln- |^ S^oy:bn6w. :' ' / '. flAstsranmei' I wandered again to. thi ^|§ST|U«e, -::. ^: -v: '- .'^ . |g|B|rt'ioiind not a neighbor of old or |il||fil8^8poase ': :''.' :\\r \"'' :•:.'\": '• Th streets were deserted, the farms sSs :^needed':tillage--- :' --' . \" •'''- ||*riie town had been killed by the •f::f? p mail...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

To Caietay s^ent Sunday, in the rOte8&0&0^::l-^^'::':-' '''Z .••••'•.-. .••Hen^vSt^.v-^tttimed^home Satur- day• ^te'*|tt©f to^^Sv.,:o': 1*6 • CountyHe Board^Ucewlae .Jay ItpgerflT( Mrs^ Godfreii LogerquiBt has been •mil thei sick list the past week or morespector iuta t presentis a little improved. Miss AniaBecker left Sunday morn- ing toriBetot^ Wls. to visit friends and toence to Milwaukee to be gone indefi- ' 2M^^Ct^r^:''~'-•,'':-'• MrV and'MrCsA. A. Garlson left for «Mcagbi Monday, to visit for a month. 4r'm6r^'f-'-^W\"were--accompaJned by Mrs. Henry: Anderson who will visit relatives^ toishorttime. Mr-: and^ Mrs. M. Jischke and little aon'and^ Mrs. W. Buhdii and daughter Leohavisited • relatives at Sturgeon Bay Sunday returning the same day. Miss tiattie Worachek arrived home Wednesday froni[Chicago where she hadspent^e past month viBlting rel- atives and *rlends. . On Sunday afternoon Mr. Jonas A- Johnson wasT upstairs and his son, Harry, heating a nolBe as if Bomeon...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

$||§0Meji^ua^^ |5lg:$ej: ?i^aojH^ p^^ottw idivmia in this/ paper^^ ^ p ^ e s ^ ^ ^ h g ^ ^ Th 'Aid of/ the] Congiregat- ^Kfmp^w'/and^^^ felWft / oo^TtoirBdfy • arid '::?Wday, ^Peci ££$i»^^^ ^urch ig .D^.av.^d:4^t^39Drc Society/'Will i0tiyj0^ %-:£j:'• 'f:'\".'/^ ' '--t ^: '/^. p^i|^^Jadip9^'^d:05)f ' the .Moravian ^vxi4»ch gaye: a /big..chic'kieii'''Qie'' jEtQppeir' /ii iavit^e ^drl^^tel .:la8t: Thursday g ^ | ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l i : . ^ r i d e d t h e r e g to the•:neighborhood of 300 le^8ery$cLvv /.:.\".' ' ' : ^ \"ry: .'•' \" • ''••'.-• • l^wlng transactions for the past-week: Albert /Anderson of Sevastopol (80 \",'o farm) ti)'JohnTPaqueJof Gardner, ''BatterB^rs\\'^attege' in7'tbe first A to Valentino Herboldt of ^evas- ^'he public schools will close this apenoon and ther e will be no school MUl Monday, the 30th. The schools closed at thisi tirne in order to give the teachers andV aoine of \"the scholars a fance to get home in time for \"their Jianksgivlng dinner. H ^ o ^ r r p ^ i...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

ffefs£/i e« ih Piint H. L. J^fecapitfieft FrMar \"afternoon ori a buslnesst^trtp toiailwaufc^s. '•'•Â»•••• Mrs/.Carl \"pmi£zer arrived Thurs- day evening to join her husband who is visiting:in vttiiScityi:-. Louis/ Gigot of JBriissles' made this office a pleasant caji%hile in the city on business Saturday.. Sophiis It, Larson of Kenshoa was visiting friends and relatives in this last• weekovjv.,,: '. 'v- .-.^ • •\" /• Mrs. Ed-Pfell left for Green Bay Thursday where she will .spend a week or so visiting with friends and relatives.\":'..-.\"V-.J}}'-'^.:- • /Charles* Zastrow:of Forestville vis- ited with friends in this city last Wed- nesday also attending to some busi- ness matters.: ^.vT.: A.' 'EgaJi^topk' hte a6parture Friday for •Milwaukee where he «?oes to. visit with'Telatives' for a week or more.\"..': ..- ^Cri.'.,^- ...'/ :,.•.. .• \"•'^Blmer. /Biten\\ :imdV'wife who have been vlsittag^itti jtorTajad Mrs, Theo Blish of this , city\" returned to their home in bconto( last- W...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

IflillliP When the frost Is on the punKIn, and the fodder's in the shocK, And you hear the Kyoucft eihcl gobble of the struttih' turKey-cocK, ^ d ^ the clacKin'of the guineas and the cluchin* of the hens, And the rooster's hallylooyer as he tiptoes on the fencei p.tt's then's the times a feUer is a feeltn' at his best, With the risin' sun to greet him from a night of peaceful rest, v ^ • As he leaves the house, bare-headed, and goes out to feed the stoch, Wle the frost is on the punKin, and fhe^fcklder'a'in'^the'^dcli - ^ \" ^MimswHrrcoMBmEY. stooa on tUo platform looking over at the southwestern range as it dropped suddenly from anothor planet Into an unknown life which presented puzzles Of bewllderlug character. \"Bo you Miss Lyleford?\" The girl tooked attentively at the shaggy face as if with a view of clas- sifying it and assigning It a place In the vuBt museum of human nature be- fore admitting her Identity. \"I am. You, I suppose, are Mr. -Mawyer?\" \"Yas I'm Diok's pard.\" ....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

Mr. ElB^|fi^li ^AIgoiiaa/ttan8 tctedb^iiae^yere Monday: jule Dar^JUjstj^horse jast Thurs- day. The j ^ r e e ^ o t sick at noon^and died .the 'B&e ^ntag^ ' : j-J- The carpenter yrore on Joe Pierre's bam is aboWjflniBhea .Mr Pierre is lu.8y''haul^' .floor. :'i:^^'fffl^^iv'y'^\\ •-• '•. . Miss Isabella7 Boldt, the primary teacher at Brasselsv Is preparing her pupils tor•[la^t^ksgfving entertain- sient : ••^j^i/'^j.^^-i••''.: :•••:', .• • A goodlynumber pt puryoung peo- ple attendedrtne schooi entertainment and basket spctai: !at RubenB' Hall, Kosiere, on-Monaayvb Mrs Peter• Dglfosse isat the St. Vin- cent's hpsii being •perated on fori gall stones. The re- ports are, that Bbe is .recovering. . Mrs. Mchijlas Simon had the misfor- tune of falling down, cellar.. It hap- pened that iiB she wag going down the cellar her heel caught on the first step and hurled f her to the bottom Irrusing: herhead, hip and other parts at her body. Luckily no bones were broken. :.•• •'::'. ^-','v V - : ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 25 November 1914

fldiMopeiJ^F^ ft JV.V..V..V..v.• H* ,Steam/Kb^t vui^ :%i ^e^ura^H^riB© $/W/i^hfo&er jay• S^to jport/a^ i The--Pletcher w as loafledf .^ith liarS ^wood lumber and bound for ChicagoV './• S: /Among thepasSages south bound onthe f Monday/ wasXthe Herman Heller and i :*onsprtv Ihtorlakeriv loaded with tom- G| The^ekoonerl^rii. Aldrlch passed ^%orugTK':nprtn ibojurid under- canvass i iifondaya^ TheAldrjich passed - iOhe'bf'the^ old Uipers and at^bnf time : v sailed^ outJlof:JthIS port. • ^/&The. P..^ | # ^ S . Hyacinth Is 'busy W:/ remoytog : iair bubyu to Green Bay/ tf^hJle^ / :\"was bbliged to break considerable icei before/the! buoys could bejtficked :v J During the/heavynorth \\yest wind of ptasf ^eek,-Uie barge* Myron Butman, £v parted ehr linos and went adrift She •Â£ brought upjust at th( south end of the •: ' ''torid^t^ ^ .^t^^r^ent time has fapt been released. The Butman be- y •:. longs to the Green Stone Co. 'v ^::,The- passdngor Bteamor, Columbia, V Jwhich h^o|«ttBl...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 December 1914

!M?^s^^3pev i was^ .00 i THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS--' 'NEWS WORTH WHILE* f$tftPB.--i, STUfiGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, WEDNEDAY DECEMBER 2, 1914 1SUMBEE TWENTY.FOUB Tragic Death O f Young Lady Shot Last Saturday By Her Husband In J^n In- sane Moment, At Minneapolis, Minn. One Of Sturgeon Bays Most Popular Young Women §|$us^ ^ Lies In Hospital— |^|:SWfotiwFbi^ Is Given As Jealousy Ht..K XXXXXKXKX X K * « » * K X X-X » X * ,* a» w « ** o i* o * . .^Shortly after one o'clock last Sat- urday afternoon, Frank Brown shot atfd killed MB wife and: then turned the weapon on himself. •.v Mrs. Brown was Miss Martha Schu- man up to six months ago and was one ef Sturgeon Bay's most popular young indies. •The following clipping was taken from the St. Paul Dispatch of Satur- day, November 28. ^Apparently deranged by jealousy, Frank Brown, a traveling salesman, today murdered his bride of seven weeks and is at the city hospital, dy- ing from a self-inflicted bullet .The couple came a month ago to Minneco...

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

THEDOOB EbtJSTi-WEItS ^Di^lMr ^il9I4 m&MwtW$&mx wmmwmmm. vX-The smile thatAlfredfWulfJa •wear- 4 *Buhdaynight the little newcomer ar- '\\rlyedl\" and -immediately preparations i werexmade to liave' him stay as long isa^ne could. -v-y - - VV •: •: -X Itt ibnor t)t the occasion the boys decorated the tinshop. J Altogether it was a happybunch at • the store when the report got around • nearly Monday morning •.::-: Mrs.yWulf and the boy are doing :»lce1yi: ,' ': , •' .\" ••.' . Otto Green left for Green Bay, Frl- lay on business. :•••\"':': 5 ^Nellie and Auguta kreitzer spent Thanksgiying and the ..week-end with 'their parents here. X xSoren Termanson left the latter part of last week on a business trip to Milwaukee and outside points. Miss Laurel Olson who is attending the Oshkoah Normal spent Thanks- giving vacation with her parents here. She returned to school Monday. S John Pruess, who haB been visiting •With his uncle, rienry Hellman, for the past two or three weeks, retur...

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

THE BOOB COOTTT NEWS December B, 191* UVE STOCK NOTES :®/^e/Guernsey breeders of Wauk- «sba County 46 not propose to be out done: at the Panama-Pacific ExposltT ^ibh. I t is their plan to select, regard- ? less of owners, an all .Waukesha Coun- ty herd of the highest prize winners, i ^ u s , ah aged caw may be drawn from ^pne herd, heifers of different ages from V !pthersV and the male side of the string /will be impartially selected in the •same manner. In this way, they hope i o present one of the most attractive displays to be seen at the San Fran- «isco exposition, and at the same time K t c ' m i n t a i n the reputation which Waukesha County enjoys for the breeding of highclass and high pro- iduclng Guernseys. / T h e holding of the annual convent- ions (of the .Wisconsin Dairymen's Association has often been a mighty Incentive to the dairymen of the coun- try In which this ..meeting has been convened. This year the annual ses- sions of this organization, which has been res...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 December 1914

£$^apiS|^^ MM or County News „ Jjil po«to«o« «t 8tnr«son B«T, \"gn«r tto e ot Murch 3, 1876. C JC liAPLAKT, Preildenl and Mtna««r '^8tnrgwBarv ^cona^ ^oayfweji • $1.00 Per Year on Bay, Ifls. De^mber a,1914 §|o*tit 1» a jjopd plan to» liaye Sj^rtnter rfair / In the Opera ^stores of the county are al well with Chrlsimaagoods. They iti\\l i?weil stocked with the neces- ||irf life. Give them the first ice: to sell you goods. If they compete, then it 1B up to you, |tt/they, can they deserve your J^l-and support. At least give |avjtrlaL .• • '-.'. tiristoas shopping can just as Ibedohe next week as the day be- (XJhrlstmas. Why people will wait the last day and make their harder, as well as the clerk's id:/the counter, is beyond us. is the day to start Help ell and others by doing your Btmas shopping early. Ithere is any place In the world e a person takes a chance, It is phe farm. No person works any Ider than the farmer. No person [sp uncertain as to results of the M3work as...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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