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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 February 1915

'•f £%$&&:-&&.iffi By HAROLD MAC GRATH Ittustrated from Scenes in the Photo Drama of thm Same Name by the Thanhouser Film Compaq (Copyright, UU, by Harold MacQrath) On Tuesday of the following wees (Florence and Susan -went shopping The chauffeur was a strong young fel- jlow whom,Jones relied upon. II you Jpay. a man well and hold out fine jpromlses, you generally can trust him jAs their car left the corner anothei [followed .leisurely. This second auto- imohile contained Thomas Wendt and &is wife Kate. The two young womeD stopped at the great dry goods shoe pear the public. library, and for the ,'••. time being naturally forgot everything tout the marvels which had come from 4-jaU parts of the world. It is as natural for a woman to buy as it is for a man to sell ..*• In some manner or other Florence became separated from Susan. She Grunted through aisle after aisle, but could not find her for the simple rea- son that Susan was hunting for her. It •occurred to t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 February 1915

XKXW«*KKXM«««X«KKXX»XKXXXXXXKXXE*XX«XXXXKXX«XXXXK«« i i»%ftx,!txj)^ S&B^iatiOT^ ^ICtereacelotO.? of I?pef -cent between - /t%/teBto'^deJay-me andthose made j'^.Uie- lo«ai ci^amerjTOan.''''i iim/aiuc-v 0otii}jpj'!im6^^h«tQ- troubie%(and ^j^M'::'iJ!B: «Jbj^^^- : ^u if you will /write^andjt-toH^' me: itow the. samples shtmld/be^^ checking.—H. M. Waukesha county. ^Ia-judgin whether .or riotf : tests •!toade at the farm should agree with 'ti»s made at the factory^ many cirr i cuinstncesVi have to be taken into * consideration. If you are maklng tests /:pf.thei individual cows and the cream- /•:ery/test\\ls made on the cream from '-'/the milk produced by these cows, it would take much figuring to find out just what the respective tests should 7b6. iOn the other hand if it Is only , a matter of difference In making and : reading the Babcock test, comparison :-can be made by taking any sample ai 1 {afterthoroughly mixing dividing itbe - Baine into three portions, one of w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 February 1915

THE DOOE COUMT NEWS FEBRUARY 10, 1915 wemwmm&m from Q-:ti fff§y The usual annual masquerade vraa ^ celebratedia8t Saturday night at Nel- ll^soh's, hall with a very large attend- ||'ance/ \"r: ' -\\':: -•'•r/-C • ..- v ••' l|v It appears to be safe driving across ^ | t h e ice now and,there will probably be j|fg considerabletraffic between here and |®joutslde points sopn^ |^|r Ck»-To-Church ':•• Sunday resulted in $ffg,ad unusually large attendance, at the |j^|churches Sunday morning. Pastor §^*|3ones spoke on \"Whatsoever a Man | | | s 6 w e t b That Shall He Also Reap.\" ||||i A nine pound boy arrived at the pjinome of, Mr. -and Mrs. Earl Richter | | | l a s t Wednesday, All are well. The § ^ b a b y Is a cousin to George Mann's c*|| bjaby that was born a week or so ago. . Fishing on the ice has become quite general and there have been more or Syjlessflsh. stories as to the results $Jf$6t: these operations. But we under- g^f stand it is rather early in the season $§$°T a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 February 1915

, J0ib&?:glrl put iriy its appearand ||^|^ :or^yV and:lto/ : Ix)ps H last pt^^prort&ed letter' Itot^^tt^Barhs/ ||fil^fe?'LpuisrBroelm: &j3t£eber,,.Mel- |v?^schuniacher,HenryTre fert.• ••: V •.: • §%\\TheI Smithcompanyiaye their orew Svpf iiien^ busy patching up the stone ^ » a i w Bflke Doherty ao .that It ^wlil be l^pea^y when-^e'^ .^VDana/ep^ K .the' weejjt threefi ©arloi&dsjoi farm'\"ma-_ing y|ebfji!fg^ hailed' KM^i^Kthe/^cars • . to: the Implement ||B|3!iQJJn iX .^oli^pn is?tte selection of tfj^fitjix- commission-forthe office • of place' can ha^e '.ele^te \"Ughts ^ and manyotoer modern lm be added: t ^ :^The\"lighting Bj^m^:^e^ty : ttat Wfcsrecently extendedput to the city limits on^ Lavronce arelaue has air ready been made use^ of. The GuernV weal farm has been connected with the city\" current, both for -house and the largebarni, and now Mr. and Mrs. b. W. Larkln are enjoying are enjoy- a long looked for'convenience. -4 Miss Anna Tesar entertained the lady...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 February 1915

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS FEBRUARY 10,1B15 {^Selves in Print fe(jDjiilL,Stephenson '-left Saturday for \\J^Vraukee] on a brief^business trip p&ifteyv Geier)f MapifyiWobd was a vis- .gH^ln ttoeTcity on.Thursday. sH ^e |JeJson and son Henry of Fbr- f eatville -were in thisc tty on Alonday. ^S|Sidney CbBn: the popular salesman liras In the city1 the rflrst of the week. gfj^iBenjaniuiVJellnek was In town ^Tuesday on a little shopping expedi- |j^r^v .:-:--v-'-j:V -\"' v - '•'-- ' J/riMtes Edna' Oakley visited with |4rtendB: and .relativesin Algoma on -:Satnrday and Sunday. iHjStanley Le3Vi arrived Saturday ev- Senlng froni Milwaukee to visit at the home:W Mr and Mrs. A. Teweles. i K W. CMbert returned Saturday ev- ening from Green Bay where he had y been for several days on business^ S^Wm.:Moore jr. Miss Elsa Moore and Miss Heinz of Forestville were visit- . pris here Saturday between trains. ?T\". ':'\\Mi8S., Katherine Gr'aass returned •-Wednesday evening from a visit with S relatives at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 February 1915

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS FEBRUARY 10,191& ???S* *-.S^^l5oipv^i:wasC-a visitor 'at: Sawt ^yei^ion^:lafit^^weekVF^da^' • : • • y:^lrhe S^wfog clhirmet at thejhpme of g^&^&ijffizjfatew. Lawrence vis- '•YtyeA-:at\" : :i^omaon'Thursday of last ^:?week, reUurniiig Friday morning y^SBte- ajad^l^. Patil,:Mateke are at ^^rJBwtot':Vteittng,VlUi friends and rela- •^ttro8 lnv-Birt»iBwopd.,: Wis.' .'• • $i\\ £jM|ss Elsa Muellerand George: Relm- ffi^ifj^rt callere to Sturgeon Bar last K y^pseph Henqulnet was over from Al- ^§£pmaSaturday on a brief visit as well ^^ pn .DUBiness ••• vV::-. S v JMr8 John Weber was in attendance |: j6t^e 'Cardy-Zettle wedding, which t ^:fp^ ^lace in Sawyer the latter part | \"«£last. w'eek. /.' -.-}',\" -^ • % 2A 8on : was born to Mr. and Mrs. t ^eorge : Schmidt on Monday, February :W1st\\ Qlad : to state that all are doing ^ilcely' - \\- '••:•:-'-•.. S5 ' iMrf:- iieichtfu8z, representative • of sbT'Mld & RoamCrockery company, of Milwaukee called on...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 February 1915

^M^yj^Wi^e^^^^fj^^M^M^^^. tOURSCOREand sevenyearsago our fathers brought forthpinithis continent a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that dS m^i are created equal. ^V-~ il^ltowweOTengiged in a greatcivil war, testing whether tinat«atiort, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can 'longendure. We are met on a great battlefield of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final ' restingplac for those who here gave their fives that that nation might five It is altogether fitting and proper that we Should do this. . \":. But, in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate—we cannot consecate—wecannot hallow—thisground. The brave men, Irving and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it far above our poor power to add or detract. The world wiO Gttie note nor long remember what we say here, but it can 'neverforgetwhat they did here. Itis for us, the living, rather, , to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fough...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 February 1915

THE DOOB COtJNTT NEWS FEBRUARY 40,1915 NEWTON-GIANT 1 BROODER ihd make it a real pleasure to raise Incu- bator Chicks. Made: in three sizes, 300+500 and 1200 Chicks. Prices HkSCflMIDT •^•••^:- ACENt:-.'-.' :-:.--. Route 3 Sawyer, Wis. Jo». Heberlie. Jr., Demonstrator, SEVASTOPOL, WIS. * M t# 1 \\M at «» t# MM M. rWWH'JfWIfH 'A' W IT ENJOY YOURSELF Cutter Ride lD.PFEIL'S HORSES Phone Me and Get the Best of Attention, TELEPHONES 20 3 & 86 QUALITY^ ' • ' • ' . • ' ' ' • • ' ' • •* \"• Vie•w• Work',.' Retouching, De- veloping and Printing OlSENfS STUDIO BAILEYS HARBOR, WIS. Telehone Appointments by either Door County or Wiscontin Lines. me ASKFVR Here are the firms whogiveand redeem 'them: •\"'. ' A. Huxford | Scofield Co. J Shimmel,The Jeweler HJHalui Squier's Grocery Home BaJtery Sawyer Hardware Co. Rogen's Grocery Rosenberg's +3k»t»^\"aewawna-ela»^ 1914 at ttu poatoOeo at Sturgeon Bar, Wta- oonain, wader the act of Mareh 8, 1879. : t PtfBUSBED WEE&IiYi BX THE DOOR COUNT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

*^eri£f-Ifa^ THE DOOR COTTOTYMEWS^''NEWS WORTH WHILE' TOUTME 1 STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1915 NUMBER THIBTY4FWK Committed Suicide Friday George Barrand, A Stone Barge Captain, Takes His Life By Hanging Himself In His Bam Clarence Allen, Another Young Man Tired Of Life | | l Supposed To Have Taken Poison—Did Not Suc- *ff$«% -\" ceed^-Chief Of Police Fritschler Called •:? •-:'At noon on Friday, the body of George Barrand of this city was found hanging from, a rafter in the barn, -which was directly in back of his res- idence in the First ward. When his young son went outside to call him in for the mid^day meal he found the up-, stairs door of the barn locked from the inside. ' This aroused suspicion and some of the neighbors were called in and upon breaking through the door they found the body of the man dangling from the low roof, one of his feet touching on the small box which he had stepped off from, in order to do the dastardly deed. - ' The roof of the bar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

THE POOB COPNTY NEW8 FEBRUARY 17,101$ mmmMm&mm& % Pickle Station to Beopen - : A representative of Libhy, McNeil , Idboyv thelargeconcern which op- aerated ',the pickle tirinery here, was in•' ' town TntuWay and yras looking , oyer things. He stated that If thinga jlppked\"oright enough. and if sufficient acreage could he secured that they • would open up this station this sea- .,._ on.'! iy:-^i/': .- ••..:•'\"''••':''• \"' :':-v ^ -) \" This company'has raised the price of'the ^pickles, this year They will ^ p a y : this season $2.00 per hundred s pounds -which is equivalent to Jl.00 :\\per. bushel., This is an increase of y.yiO cents a bushel over the former 'price. At this price there is not the ^lightest doubt but that the raising . of these should prove a good paying proposition. There are many who rais • ed them previously and only received ^60 cents per buahej or f 1.20 per hun- Jdred weight who made good monpy on v them. ''-••'. -There was some talk last year about t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

illtonDofiarMystery ^ £^y HAROLD MA GRAOT Illustrated firm Scenes fti the Photo Drama afth* Soma Name by the Th'anhouser Film Company (Copyright, tBU, by BaroU HleQMtt) & \"All right doa't talk. If you don't : trant to. Here,\" to one of the men, •:intake her to the cabin and keep her there. But don't you-touch her. I'll break you If you do. Put her In the cabin and guard the door at leaBt keep an eye on It. She may take It Into her head to jump overboard.\" AsByen the temporarily' demented are kobt without a species of cunning. Florence had never seen Bralne till b6*ftppeared at the Barnes cottage. Yet Sshe revolted at the touch of his hand. On the second day but toward New 'York she found a box of matches and blithely set fire to her cabin, walked but Into,the corridor and thence to \"the deck.\" When the Are was discov- ered it had gained too much headway to b© stopped, The yacht was doomed. vTh'ey put bfE in the boats and for half '»\"day drifted«helplessly. dilate has e...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

,iS8l. ^•i§Si^ltf:Ytei^^ . l»14 »• tb» pottoffloa »t Sturgeon B»r,Wi«- fsOMln, vnisr the. act of March 8 1870... : PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ?rftE§p^o!tCOUNTY NEWS BABXi M. LAPLANT, President and Manager ^ ^ ji0OT)BBEq^yice-Proild»nt - ttf. f B '\"WiQENEB', Secretary'' and Treasurer. Address all communications to The News, '. ii -fi ,:,. ,8turgeoiv,Baj',: Wi»consin. : • Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Year iljt^eoh Bay, Wis* February 17,1915 TWE BOOR COBirricHEWS FEBRUARY 17,1915 gJi^OBe who are carelesB about judg- : ^ peopleshould be careful lest they fi Judiged. ^ \" \":' ^^••V:''vVv'.' -'••••.*: •• '.•'•.•_.• * g \"Lives of great men oft remind UH, ^itiie'pages o ' ^ we turn, ^ T O a t the letters we left behind us, Are the ones we should have burned.\" '•\\i0yjA ••'.,:' ....' •.' ..•\"'• *•' • .\\ vyOne of the most useless trees for ornament Is the Lombard}' poplar, fSome of the tall, ugly trees of that •variety are still to be found in the city./Hundreds of this kind have be...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

TBLB POQB COPyTY ITEWS FEBHUABT 17,1016 from •'.:.,: \"C ':\"..- .X ..'.\". 'v.' THERE 4?- ^ John Amoe drove down to the Bay JoalFrtft^r. Mrs. Aznbe accompanied sjjijtoasiar as Sister Bay. c-' Qus Jacobsen went across the Dobt Monday in guest of a horse to replace V '-J 'thftv'piBi6 -helpst' i^centl3r.:''-.: v':v ~r',PM Stotm^\"ra.Mr8e^pnce.: ing: to John Malloch and originally purchased from Fred \"Ridings of Elll- son Bay, died last Tuesday night. Bo l i Anderson went to Sturgeoi : ' ..Bay ^t.weeb'ThorBdiay-'to attend the golden wedding of his parents-in-law, f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Washburn. Leslie Cadleu arrived here last Wed- nesday night and will spend a couple r of weeks with his mother and other friends and relatives, Walter^Launders and Frank O'sou went across the oor again. We guess Walter is bound to sell his little fe im there/ There is a sort of sickness preva- lent here on the order of the Grippe. The cases are too numeroiu to men- tion .hut none of them are serious. The ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

THE DOOB COUliil OTBWS FEBRUARY 17,1915 \" • * • • \"*•. ' JtielfSmiM • • • : • : ' ' : o • Advertised letter list: Maijrt©^Bp» ck Mra Cunard, Josephine Mage. Tiwrence&Hopp shipped a carload ^ilxed stock to Chicago on Monday it J#|iBij» company. Bold a^: Buickjtruck |^Mi*:£rto l)]a^&Bl::\\ ^::1^-^''?- ':':': '' •?' Sk/l|^e '8tl^'/Ctab' ^i- 1»e'. entertained j ^ l a W ^ b g t o f l birthday spreadVat ^?^ii h!flne. : ot ^Mrav C. 'Mi': Stephenson '^0m0S^a^^eoMgi ' February 20th, g!*^ii^ n6ticje' ttedate, ' • v ... y|£i «oup1e of classes of the. Moravian • « « d a y ^ % Jrto^par^ on: laBt Thuwidajr eve., Theyto [gijo^ej^!:©^ where a most enjoyable evening was spent ?^^^e!ioliowing marriage license was f j p ^ t e * the p ^ j«lerk Herlache: Gustave Miller of \\ liberty Grave to\" TlHie Kodouka of (^itaaltar. ii ^^Th© \"retail .merchants of Sturgeon Bay are requested to be present at a Jneetipg called for their special inter- ^•^\"aV the Public library next Monday | *v...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

THE DOOB COUNTY/*JSWS FEBBtABt iT, 1015 Ij^rselves in Print v John Fuerstein made'Tr/business trip tio Fprestville and returned on Friday. CJ6h Fellers jr., of Maplewood vis- ited here Sunday with friends. .,'•-..••' • Mrs. James Brada of Maplewood visited in this city on Tuesday of this :-',V«*Jk.^i,:/ ' '\"•'/'••\" •• ' . \"-*v '•''\"••' j *jrs. H. A. Anderson of Ephralm yis- tlted with friends in the city the first (ofthe week .' :.•./....-' • '... ?-\\: ' \". £k Itev. Geief of Maplewood was a call- •r in this cjty between trains on Tues- ' : 4uj?r':\\.{.'--~ •' ' \" .'. •: r.- I jMr andAMrs. • George Reimer were ?*illipra - to this city on Tuesday, \" re- turning to Forestvillethe same day. i^Frahk.N.. Graass took his departure Saturday on a business trip in the in- terest of his seed business. .-?• •': 5 Matt Perry and daughter of Forest- vVUle visited here over Sunday with' kiar brother John and family., jJos:Wolter returned' Friday morn- ing from a business trip to outside ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

i l i * THE BOOB COOTTY NEWS FEBRUARY 17,1»1& mm je....,,...:. ............. ...-. ...... ... .-.'.,^ = $M:Mti:-' •' --:'0a^er^Mer ''-• • :.- x Iftor f l|v : llii^lpsa,lMu«^ ^iu^U^^iaa)i Mueller of this • town, '|^l«^$»eto^.-^rf i:tb& '• • place, limine Ceremony took place at the LutheTaa ff ^l-After y th^r a bountlous ^•M^^i^'-^wyea^it the bride's home •\":6 and friends ijrbo had assembled for the event ^W ^^%^fti^.'''^'.'^®13r 'attended,, xoimy of the guests arriving from Man jitty^' 6n\".the' Saturday evening train *.Jito«W:lta^8At«idance : ffiff.ffl : &fi^: ' pariieB : iii!ev' well known and popular in this vicinity and they have the beat'wlflhea of their many frlendfl and relatives for long and happy mar- ried life. • :^Th^ ture today for Manitowoc, where most likely they will make their home. J Gust Franzel iand daughter were visitors in Sturgeon Bay on Saturday, .''^/^itftea^^tilfura'-PlliiBici.V'Wside a trip to Algoma and returned on Friday of last •\" -^w...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS FEBRUARY 17,1915 /Distraction of Fails House, of | ftevojutipnary Fame, Some* 1 : f # h g to Be^eplo MAM by Patriots. Ivbeen B^THBBritish spy Taylor had not captured in the Palls house tv thertJnited States of America in all /probability. Would never have existed j as such For it was in this house, on October 10, 1777, that, the emissary eent by General Clinton carrying dis- patches to General Burgoyne was trapped and searched. ^• It was In the Falls house In those Says known as Woods' tavern, that many famous letters were written by llajor .Armstrong, one of which is a Tlvid portrayal of the condition of the S continental army, then in sore straits. ' It also was the headquarters of New York's first governor, Clinton. ^Historical societies of Newburg and 'surrounding towns agitated for the preservation of the Falls house. But, With no available site on which to.re- erect it and small funds with which to pat through such a project, it had to v he abandoned. • -o...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 17 February 1915

% brat© GoMe* * iyed#pgv Event a ^ 0 i ^ arCofflpIete^Sn^rlsie,v-:'e::' y : \\[ Bay asa(day of biueskies apd golden ^ sunshine. vThe storms of the severest \\vlnter the1 state pit Wisconsin has known ^ many: a year^h^ oecome ::i past history, and everjK pedestrian : 'Walkedf with chin tilted / Bkyward, /shining eyes and parted Jips-rthe lips repeating, we fancied, \"There Is sun- Bhlne- in my soul today.\" - i A fitting day for a beautiful oc casion. In one of Sturgeon Bay's old, historic residences, a golden wedding iwasThelng celebrated. Miss Deborah Prances Clark, of ?©rohb. Maine, was united in the hold \"bonds o r matrimony to Mr. William .(Washburn of Foxcroft, Maine In theMerchants ^ year 1865. , .-.\\f\" .: :.i^v\" -WaBhburn remained In Dover, Maine, as. a most successful farmer during some thirty odd years. He was not only a llvo farmer but served faithfully the city of Dover, first as Chairman of theSelectmen for six con- secutive terms, and later served as assessor and ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 February 1915

|Ve ^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEW&-''NEWS WORTH WHILE' lilgl tOMIME I 9TUBOEON BAY, WISCONSIN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1915 NUMBER THIRTY-SEC Explosion At The Ship Canal Boat Burned On Account Of Overflow Of Gaso- line Ignited By Stove At Stern Of Graft Wi U Toseland Badly Burned O n Head And Wrists ||f ) t Lee Woodard, Of Clay Banks, Almost Drowned, Wy But Saved By Toselahd'l Presence Of Mind An explosion that nearly caused the /death of two men happened at tlie jcanal Saturday afternoon at throe /o'clock. William Toseland of this city, en- gineer on the tug Peter Coates, -.vas iadl burned and Lee Woodard ot Clay Banks, owner of the gasoline fish ^oat Dodger, was almost drowned. The Dodger had been sunk the greater part of the winter and in some •way the water had gotten into the gasoline tank where there was about thirty gallons of gasoline. v During the •extreme cold of the winter.the water had settled to the bottom of the tank forcing the gasoline to the top. Last Saturday the crew ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 February 1915

W»W«»w iiSiiiWiiiP MBS. PHILLIP GULLICK ^|^Mr8. Phill|P: Gillick passed away at ^ine^b\"clbc bandar morning at heir •3homeh the town of Nasewaupee after S^a suffering illness of nearly a year's 7duratibn^ iDeath being attributed to a J general :phyalcai breakdown. ' |^ ifieceased wasborn March 6,, 1850 in | % e ^ W Ireland and when only a year ?b1d she ica^ietoCanada. After spend- ing the greater part of her girlhood ^1 Canadashemoved -to this county Sin Jthe year 1868 and•' settled in thetaking ^townof Nasevraupee, which place has I l»eft her home ever since. Her maiden name was Anna Kennoy and in theoughttoprove year 1870 she was united in marriage tip Phillip Gillicb, the marriage ' tak- l tag placed at Robinsonville, Brown county. To this union there werei born seventeen children, ten of whom suv- Ifiive, Whom together with their father are called upon to mourn the loss of a dearly beloved mother. '•-•' * i/^^hei^chiidrea^are:, James, Thomas, LJPhlilip, Edward. Mrs. E. S. Ac...

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