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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 December 1914

^^S3^ ^K^fi^sH 7?^ 'v.•'i'' ^''•'V,-'•^^ .\\ llliANDTHAf from -— itERE AND THERE ^PASSHINGTON ISLAND Capt. Abe jessen arrived home and laid up his schooner Arrow for lthewinter. ,•'•' Earl Malloch, who went to North | Dakota to work in the harvest fields |last fall, returned home last week. Mabel phristianson left for, Chicago [last. week. She will remain In Me- ^ nominee for a white 1 ' . Miss Bertha Opdahl, a sister of Mrs. T. Engelson, bought Mr. Rohn's house In West Harbor: last week. She ex- pects to occupy it soon. Our frigid weather has lapsed into beautiful \"Indian Summer\" all the frost having left the ground. The fanners are busy again finishing their fall plowing. Paul Olson of Sawyer, who has spent a week in the interests of the Lutheran church/ left here Monday with the mail. '. ..' Oa the 21st inst there was born to Mr. and Mrs. Halden Johnson, a boy, . and to Mr- and Mrs. Louis Hanson, a girl. All are getting along nicely. Messrs. A. V- and V. B. Koyen went across th...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 December 1914

ti^#JWB €^ ff|05^^I)OTca8:^bciety/^wlIl .: meet'-with i^0fMbtaas^^will soon be here./,Just ^!|tek«:8M6fe.iat^|Jie calendar. Do | t now, ttejJfHatTS^w |*|i|^uiB^^S^vthl9 - week disposed^)! ^fc: |fohia^ayIia^Ma :.the.- other to the |^^|c^eldi:girls.- * y-C.- • /' -: •' '. /::• ^ S S ^ e StudyClub will meet next Mon- §££liB^eyenta£:at:7:30' Pm at the pub- | f ^ ^ ^ r a r ^ The: meeting will be in ||^arge^6t:^Mirs -.C^M.' Stephenson, r §|S§&Mrs.^ Laura Oram was . • . pleasantly K^irprisea yesterday by a, number of 5^Ker sfrlenda at the home of her son, ^Sllv^lace the occasion being her 66th: l^i^ay.' /. .-'-' '.-.• • '.' ' '• . ..'. '. . |fI *Mrs. A. N. Wagener this past week p^movea:'her plants, etc.', to her home on p^Sfc John street Where she will continue |:j: to hanaie her line of *ut llowers ana g£l]ai»ts v v.:'y,t : '.:' • •:•}•. •*•' • jlly ' The Goodrch steamer Carolina was l p i a Jibrt Sunday evening and dlcharged Kyai^rge cargo of freight for local mer- #gchaats...

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

THE DOOR COUNTY NEW8* BM*kaD«r 2, MM in fil$eni7 fiagemeister vah$acted bus iinei|B la this city Tuesday §0G&e/Fierre- of Brussels \"transacted / business In this city Monday. £|-Richard Npelck left Saturday on a business trip to Chicago- , ^ | ^ . J.- Donovan and E. M: perry of |Pbr^stvillei Were in the city on Friday '•/.1'?j&, Anderson of\" North Bay was a Visitor in thiSi city Sunday. . iqÂ¥ fchaa^Ruckert of Ellison Bay was a •business visitor in our city the iat- ^teriiart of last week. |':,lGapt : F Steal of the Baileys' Har- :' i^r^^tioa. transacted business in the ? tity/Saturday . ••\"'•^-:'^. S Fred and Mildred: Erskine of Jack- spnpdrt^were visitors in the city Sat- ^rdfe^^i-'/' % ^,'^:.:'-~', .::: . %) &.:/R•• . C Payne left for Fond du ':Xac/ SaturBay^r going-there on a' pro- fessional trip. .•,•••..'.' •.'',:/,/. //Posimaster E. S. Minor and Regis ter ofijeeds otto Nelson left Saturday on a business tripto outside points. • ([ George Bassford and wife of...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 December 1914

M I K a t , i l ^ ^ iBS^HI^Ri JLEGAL NOTICE NATION ^ TO ENTER WAR Portuguese Congress Votes to v Join in Hostilities. Petrograd Claims Germans Are in Full Retreatv fftAL EFFORT TO CUT UNE BIG VICTORY FOR CZAR SEEN First photograph of the flooded Ypres canal where many Germans met death when the allies cut the dikes. From the eheltera along the banka the Belgians, French and British poured out a devastating fire. 8eek to Prevent Floods. A small army of German sappers under convoy of strong detachments of Infantry, supported by a number of machine guns, was reported moving on Bixschoote, evidently for the purpose of attempting to stop further, inunda- tions of the German trenches by a last desperate effort to repair the dikes. • Heavy artillery. Are covered the sap- pers' advance. The French artillery reply was exceedingly vigorous, and according to unofficial reports the en- gagement at this point is fast develop- ing into a battle of the blg_guns for the possession of that dikes. , ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 December 1914

THE DOPE COUNTY NEWS Ueeember 2. 1814 m$w [lire arid There:: ^ORESfTVILLE Mrs. GUbertson Passes Away • Tosterison Gilberson passed ^y at her home in Forestville, Fri- night, at eight o'clock, the cause |her death being heart failure- It quite a shock to her family and ay friends, as she had not been sick |t previous to her death. Irs. Gilbertson was an : old resi- st of this county^ having lived here about thirty years. She was 56 rs old at the time of death. 3esides her husband she leaves four ghtere, Mrs. D. J. Machia, Mrs. 01- |r Knudson, Gladys and Elsie: Gil- Vtson and ope son', George to mourn death. -,:V.:.:--^ ~: lie funeral was held yesterday from s Karnot church, Rev. Jordhelm hav- charge of the services. , ldrew Sloan of Sawyer transacted Isiness here Saturday.. [Joseph Machia visited with his son ^ve of Sawyer Saturday. Salter Schubick of Gardner was a brestyille visitor on Monday. [Herman Boetcher made a trip to Al- jana Friday by train. __ JMiss Anna Tesar of Sturgebn^...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 2 December 1914

P f p p MF^w^PWtfy*-'-^--.i ^v'-^''''J''^V\"Ji'--'fti-\" -r-!\"-rira V' w» .,' -,-,,--ISIS. ||||f|?|j^evi^&^ Igt^fS^s^ §g §!§ 5vt|&e^^ |fj ^i(|r6ett^ |i§g£w|^e^s\"tea^ was 3 J§| £f The^sb^ i||: J i.y5|* ^ti:iaadil8 ii6w/ in winter quarters at fe K-y !}. yj^ . a ne i: iÂ¥^-:Al? ?ni©- passenger steamer Columbia w!|i?M^ianw shipyard Mpn- fe-%']v^6 :(y^th^B : .,:, i j^epasBenger steamer Saugatuck of the Eacanaba and Gardea Bay Trans. jCo.iW^'ln port Saturday. /The•Sauga- tuck b.a8 been been freighting fish for 'v ^p' iB(^:^HBheries :Co//:'--: }A^ThVJ steiimb&rge :\"L - N-, Foster and ^BonBOJ^Oak'l^a*returned to this port oft Saturday and have since been •^placed' in ordinary at the: Pankratz SJ^^}-^^^''-\".'^'''- •'\"'•• • ii :&^nf.J-Wg Bteel bulk freighter On :/'j^ji^' i«faB :::a^Bl5.,-'tte/. passages north bound Sunday afternoon on her way '£$$i0m^I^::r.JTtiQ: Ontario Is 444 :^fe^e»^teaiiner':IWbert Holland and f «pa8oii Helen • were :among the pas-prize, ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

wm&mM TOIFHE 1 THE DOOR COUWTY NEWS—\"NE^VS WORTH WHILE STUB6E0K BAT, WIS«WSI5i W^SESMS, DECESBES 3^ 1914 Mrs. Albert Brandt Dies Of Heart Disease—Afc- Mrs. Kirsten Anderson Passes Away Tuesday • ^ f t ^ ^ P r t p r . Kreitzer of Sawyer—Infant Son of H './ 3#- ^^ Passes Away Sunday iiABt Smmay4 nuwhing, Mrs. Annie Brandt was found dead in bed by her mother.- ^^.]:i'y\\i$pX° • '•'•'•••.• i She had j t o tetttiphed the night be- fore from avriait with her sister, Mrs. Weyckler, ini -tlie town of\"Nasewaupee, and was apparently feeling good. She had' left her mother's place at eight o'clockthe night before and spoke of how well she felt From her mothers, Mrs. Aug. Schultz, she went directly home with her'two children. '• The next morning, Mrs. Schultz, who lives in the next house to the Brandt home, noticed a light burning late in the morning and went over to the Brandt hpuBe. The door was still lock- ed and ijrs. Schultz rapped hard upon it The little elx-year-old daughter ran t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

ll l •IliaBiililiiKlii fflmEKm^M. ||§|§gf|tl£^ §if$0Bv|^:^e^o* ^ie late g^ll/p-^wl^ §|K| gti^^a«»^iMd^',afiferapoV at- !l: 30 jSf^|fi'ifrom y^ Shanks l^j^rf^Jlargei number pf friends and rela g« p^iv£9tf ron^^ at I ^ ^ ^ S ^ c i ^ f t f c ^ ^ ^ ^ e ' i a e t tributes^tP |§S|g^elt^ti^ frJend/•• ^-'Y- ^- • -r v ^ llfJv|i ^^!T'^nntyJpse8::oae.ofits foremost fH* c^iba^era 1 ^He -'pam&liere'eo-y«ar8,agp, |gK^ WliOT^tft^pIace''' was J,nothing but '.a || f|r v $laern^^ might, patience ^Sc Kand^dUigence-'ma4e\" a home in -what ?p ^ -W^ :tten WOpds.: Then after a number ffep^ipf/yearsV^ clearing and a well worked and fine terinVoit was such men as he, who b^thelr,perseverance and'V:integrity, laid the foundations for the present J)0pr county. ..•'. ^\\^. : --o^ ^Joseph Neuvllle made\\ a business 1 trip'•• to Maplewood Saturday., VA J LJ Welaner is having a garage ^ built nn'hls place on upper Maple : : Aventfe.''.^ - . ~ '.:i. ':',• vO P. C Schaefer was here from Chi- cago to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

.Ji|*HM*^ jon Bay Boneyard WSSSS^^^^IIiff1: lllfSMtllgi ?&s £sflpss •t2S*S3aE2SS2aEaiK vSjsSlpiSs^g^i^ iitttfti HOME PAPER BROUGHT JOY Lonesome American Girl, Marooned '. • by the War, Found Cheer in Sheet '':, From \"Her Own Town.\" : Although detained in Europe mu«fa longer than she had expected to be ? tiere, the American girl said she had not got lonesome. '\"But I should have been homesick, . terribly, because It is my disposition to get homesick, it it had not been for the things 1 found in hotel and board- jing house cupboards. No, it wasn't in | bottles nobody left anything of that :jkind behind. What I found was coun- try newspapers which bad been spread ' .on cupboard shelves by American iris who had tenanted those rooms | before me,. 'They'came from towns in all sec- jtlons of the United States, those pa- pers. One that I found made me cry. It came from our home town in Vir- ginia. It was the first Express I had seen since leaving home three months before. The Bight...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

(TOE DOOR COUNTY NEWS V-i^A'^'^-,-*\"' j ' f Sahttription Price, $1.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bay, \"Wis. December 9,1011 Sbop eariyA i-:'l^cift'tyqti a6Viinow::^ Igi^tfttb'^ it ^^^d^pe^etter'tpj^forget^ the \"present rj:^, it :toere is.(anyy.class\\of'people in StWsjwprld that h?hatedit is the grouch j & 8mile ! 'vWpn't «ost ^tni j anythiin& 1^ Swpnt hurt you/nor will |t barm any- j^e.' Ldpk: pleasant eyenVit it hurts. j^|3?lan%t taMng in the Farmer's Iii- liui^tes ttat are to be held the 12 and ^3\"of Jaiuar3fJ:-ih -'thi8j:'city. •• . ' Come to |8»t ^ideas^\" and come toi/givp them*, ^JStope ! way of farming that you are ?tfciig'might be'.-of great-taterest to iw^ other farmer in another part of {:tfe ' cquntar. ,:j Exchange your good lpeaB^wiUi some of the rest of the boys, ^a^comej and get some good ldeais SSrpm the speakers' onthe platform. gi{:3tl it is possible for those who have bbya on the farms to send the boys ••way'.'-for the short course of agrtcul- tiirei at MadlB...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

THE BeOR COUNT! NEWS Ucceaber 9, lift* S from — WSm0S&}:. THER E li M. i | l ^ p N G T O N ^ISLAND ^•^ffjoVfFalrchlld,who/has been doing :^rj^nteif-':-work71ieir6'.'-':if6r some time, returned^ta his home in Sturgeon Bay .v\" 3PetJer.^Jensen is'•• .very/ busy with his ^ainfmiil 7 lately grinding feed for Sjh^iameirs. This is proving to be an\"there ^enterprise': of considerable importance tothe^cohununity '.',-••••'•• i/?W---'•'•-~ - - • ' •• • WvCapt.F. Engelson, who \\ went ^to ^feen: Bay to fish for herring the fore part of November, returned home last Wednesday, having made very good on his trip. .Capt John Christenson of the Plum island L. S. S. has a record of three calls to his credit since assuming the duties of his new office. All the boys say, \"We have no kick coming.\" •ife-Mrs. O. I Olson returned home from Chicago last week. She has taken physical culture treatments for her health, which have proved very bene- ficial, even better than medicine. -'\" Owing to the qu...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

i tip i lS^iiiaZi^^ ^^^^Harleis^^^ derH^my£iQiv^^e \"/town .of f5 ZcaWZ ^ S/Zl^is/f^ZZZZ/QZi '^ /|Z:/ |iAasterZ i^ ^£S$tart^ ® /ZZa^p^ppp£/Z &rotyJJ&^d • compun y |Z/ j$pp^/the/'$^ r'£ $^pim.]/a^^ Zy|/i iZTOoljtoll6w *£ofrJ^oireBtviile^ClajJvFreitag\" of^ase-. f/: A:t^pee« it/8 -been Z4I-«ileepZbn/thei,- joW*.\" for this la the first license granted for a couple of weeks. ^|s!:j^jniethtog'put of the prdinary/was S^PjiUledi oft,at theZ:.ware1io'iifteZ'ot.: *: i:?bje8'^: Brahdei8.: / Miv Maples made K //*/table for the girls and they all had \"^dilnner/served on it The: guests of 3 i honor wero Wm. HiggtaB anid Arthur -///'Toweles. / it \"baa been reported that ////\"'/Willie Hertz acted as he^ad waiter. : S^:^'^alter1.,Nor4en ., son :,or'Dr.' H.. A. IKforden of Chicago, had his collar ^i lioiie broken in a football game • & //^habjcsglvlng day. By the way, we iS ' ^i^p'..'ij»'-Teceipt'-pt a copy of the latest //s/rwar hews, but as the type was set iIn tiie Chines...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

roast THE DOOB COUKTX. NEWS December 9,1914 W^^he^inCPriiii ' £ ' v | ^ K ^ Visitor \\-' : i|$B^ : ^^ on LC^MiniiB*ipaoimer'pf Ellison Bay Was a :«• ^Mi%rSfmoif^O^Greeji. Bay • transact- t€d bUBineM in this city Monday. : ^-:^^::^eie :ofc:P6rest^ille': was a' vis-' ft^:lijeTe:}^ S i l K l ^ e i S o t e p v y l s l t e d with frieijd jaftdlreiaUves?afr3fee Bay Suri- ^jflr.iR^^^oerfel Suidayed in Green \" ^BlB^^ ^t^g?^^:/-.lriends,',' .He: re- ':'/ii^^'t^e:.same '.eTening. y/03&0^$eMLle&''.of Baileys -Harbor jt^iSMted business in the city on : y$a^^y: :'y:-:::^ : . /-. ^v.,:•,'' '5:\\):^hii^^Beijx Of Baileys Harbor C transacted business in the city Sat- : :irdayr' v:-'\". -,•'-''• •'..' \"V'I-'.\".'• : Â¥/^ii^jQ Heck left Saturday for :Gi!een r where he will visit for several .^.' . M%i^hi-yiBte.of Clay Banks attended to business matters in the city Satur- \"daSv • (-:- :: \\ : , • • ViFred Ersklne of Jacksonport yisit- ediin this city a couple of days last : week wito his f...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

and That from left ^^iiUM^^i........... ||$ff§f|||^ ijast {fpi| 8^^i^n^.M^ in^bis/paiy ||S^fMigpm^ ^^j^^0:C000k0-l) 00:' f | £ g £ l ^ for a week p K f ^ o r j ^ '•(•'••: ^^f^ti^fiiSla^rk(Ai0^sp^:.: several ||^ |i^^V:iiiBt ' weet' Tteitttg with friends ||f^'attd' re^ §|^rBtobeV:visited'v'wlth . Mr. and :Mrs.VJ. |^ ^^::.SChMta'C shipped but a carload. of |s« :^cattl£to^^ f |,«/ man shipped out?a couple of cars from 00).'•\":' • y'fiasi week decorated windows were p|«i: placed in the Lutheran church. The ?j A ^windows are neat and beautiful and K.£,l)iadd-much to the beauty of the chtjrch $%£ i:Mlsa: 'iElsie 'Schumacher who has - K been in the employ of B. M. Perry, $$£ left Monday for her home in Brussels ^S i,\"ibr.'a':yislt •• / '.'.\" \"'\"•• §S: ^• ./JV J. Henscl of Green Bay of the aff John Pritslaff Hdwe. company \"of Mil v-'S waukee transacted business here Mon 5i H day in the interest of his company. *t'•' John Perry and family were visitors ipt . here Saturday an...

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

W&riti^^ i ELECTING gifts for one's menfolks is perplexing to the Christmas Ishopper their needs are few, com- Ipared to those of women and children. IMen like gifts that add something to Ithelr comfort and they like convenient Ithings. They especially appreciate [gifts made by the donor, and this year, [there are some novelties for them [•which are not difficult to make at A basket, which will do either for a i4en or a bedroom, is made very easily. J The materials selected for it depend [upon the purposes for which it Is to Ibe used. If it is intended for a con* Ivenlent receptacle for ties, collar but- I tons, pins, needles, thread and various [odds and ends, it is to be made of ere-. i tonne, brown linen or figured silk and finished with ribbon. But if for a den to hold pipes, matches, cigars, tobacco, etc., it is to be made of thin leather or heavy silk and finished with silver or gold braid and cord., A collar box covered with cretonne and suspended by ribbon hangers Is a r...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

t l f T j i l i i i ^ i i ^ FANCYgi.the caps : of many Mods,: are amon gifts that may be relied upon to please those who receive them. ThlB year they are shown made for the dancing party, for theater wear, for abating, and, in greater numbers etlll, for breakfast and .bedroom wear. v4hey employ a: great variety of mate- rials, the choice depending upon the / • ^purpose that the cap 1B/to serve. A,^?A pretty evening cap, shown in the J \" picture, is made of silk and bound i'Trttb /Silver braid. A fan of silver gauze, at the side is an unusual orna- ment, poised like a butterfly \"near the face of the wearer, where two tassels of silver tinsel are suspended. Such a ! headdress need not be removed at the theater or dance and adds a charming touch of-brilliance to the dress. O r an inglorious ByEDITH V/ROSS i Pretty Little Corsage and Hair Ornaments RIBBONSaarand e used to make the sin* gle rose small bouquets that It la fashionable to wear at the shoul- der, over the coat or corsage. ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

ES iREyEREND WOODWARD SAYS NOT 1^. ONE ON HPNOR HAS TRIED &£• ' X'::'%'-::TO-'ESCAPE., ••• ' • '/'•• THE I)OOB COUNTY NEWS December *, 1914 $UT ONE PRISONER OFFENDED :^fhree: Hundred Have Been Engaged JA- In Road Making Under the Honor System During Past Two .••' '\"•. '-,//'Years. •'•'., ' Madison —Wisconsin convicts• are honeBt. Three hundred of them have been engaged in road work under the honor system since it was instituted two years and a half ago and not one has tried to escape. This statement was made by Rev. Daniel Woodward, warden of the state prison, at a lunch- «pn given by the Greate'r Milwaukee association. \"Of these 300 men, only one has come back to the penitentiary for a second offence,\" said Woodward. \"At present we have\" 77 men in two camps, one of which is two miles from the prison and the other 25 miles away. These men .never will be returned to the institution.\" State Treasury Is Filled. \"With $2,429,966.67 in available funds in the state treasury, ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 9 December 1914

IJrVailtf ^ Hardware fBisiett'i HJ.Hahn Furriiture iSfyre\" &onit&iucd^^ i^3^&': ji^ :h^Ci^bfj/hl^ 3 $^f«uie)rid N^w^^ &p$e^ '6ftornoon$& ^ip (•ail^dtupoa: t^/'paTt w^' ffielr:^in^it anlfl/belbyed ami,,Don fT^eJljtUetfel^ ihbme/In the outskirts of the cltySiiil day y afternoon, / He0,was /ntaetben months: bWoat tte^timo ? of • death.that j^ath^Was due to'io^totjl^ Iparalys^: ^^e i}ttle^feiio^ weUVjand 'h&U^^uhUi'-two'.^eks ago 'wfteni^h'e^: 'wfe^k^h'vwith M/attack of the dreaded paralysis. Hopes were entertained•••.for .i*fe'r#PT!^»':^?P^J*e' neemed to befather bright and gain- ing his death, Mt/t^bigrlm/rea^ the/brlghtlV'Htiiis^'feilowv ^ylt'M'-i-'^ • :•:' : bbtt ' was^ an exceptionally bright :ond alert little^ baby andI was dearly tlbyed'byall hfcj:relatives:and'frlends. His 'untimely death was aj great shock to his'mother arid \"father : arid h?8 bright and cheery little face will be greatlymissed. //••.://' , • -'/ Owing to the /fact that the house was...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 December 1914

-'fillip THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS-''NEWS WORTH WHILE' YOL1TKB 1 8TUBGE0N BAT, WI8C0N8EN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1914 IfUMBBB TWEI Big Fire Late Sunday Night Thomas Melville's Family Turned Out in Bitter MGold With But Little Warning . . ' . - . . . \" ' ' ' ' i : . . ' i ' • - . , ' \\ \\ Loss Three Thousand Dollars—Partially Insured EsIJi Jfot .Known Ho* Fire Originated But It Is Thought : f }Th^ Thosl Melville place which lies ^abo'ut four and-one-halt miles north {'^$t thei city on the.Batleys Harbor road '.was burned to the ground about mid- xitght Sunday evening.... The large two story frame house and chicken coop wei^burned to ithe ground with all V the contents. .The inhabitants of the house barely escaped with their lives. A delay of a few minutes on their part la discovering the fire would\"have .proved real disastrous to them. Prac- tically nothing of any intrinsic value 4s saved, some of the people barely escaping with scant clothing, being •thrust out in the bitter cold nig...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 16 December 1914

j f g & d e r n ^ ?^g Hwi^?TOcta^a4': To^tiyr6torne Ijjtlig^rtthf his sons tor the past two or iJiree: weeks. -' : • •',.*&: ^iV:'V'v'^: ':-^V- ':..acted.business ftSTom 'Haly6rfi6niwho has beensail- f|ng^ on tni iakes to •^tuxne^nere for toe winter the lat ^vfer^^rt'bt: tas^week. •-:v-.\"\"5• V-' ^ ^Bjbmer. J l r ^ Elsie krueger^M fintrlnger and little daughter Norma', visited with Katherine and John- Pipr '^ier -:iast..-wreiefcl.' '.'\"-' - V'. ':'-\":-'-':.^•••'v'-'\"-':\"'-erswill 5 VMlsa Elsle/Dreer who had been yls- ••'•'ittttg^ here :witk her father for several ^ayareturned txiher bSme In MarilUh1 yroc Thursday. : V.% '.y\\ • • '.•meeting : -'HenrySurface left Saturday for Al- goma on business. He was accom- panied by H. C. Waldman the In? surance man.^ ^ :'•\"']:' ••'' •v%'Fired, Will and Jake Warner/also Andew Bathke took In the big baa-\"paralytic bet ball game at Maplewood last Sat- urday. '••••'y.. *: :EL N. Anderson and wife returned from:Manitowoc Friday/evenin...

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