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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1915

THE DOOB COUHTY NEWS MARCH 10, 1916 m lionDollarMystery By HAROLD MAC GRATH Illustrated from Scenes in the Photo Drama of the Same Name bythe Thanhouser•Film Company | i \"That will serve. My boy-4his time we'll go and take Mr. BlacSr-Hun- | dred right In his cubby hole.. ^ \"You know where It Is?\" ^i \"Every nook and corner of it Now fejyou go at.once to the chief of the local llgbranch of the secret service and put plfthe matter to him frankly, I, Flor- §|j|*nce, Susan, and the rest of us must |«e arrested. The wretches must be- pieye that the house Is empty. They'll jrove about fruitlessly and will return jtb their den to report the success of the coup. All the while you and |*ome detectives will be in hiding up- stairs, dictagraph and all that. When the time comes you will follow. This jjwill not reach the heads, perhaps, but kit will demoralize the organization in |«uch a way as to make it helples3 for jseveral months to come. There is a |tunnel from the stables to this hou...

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 — 7 March 1915

ape 9S&a.tUtr aVSrtrgeon Bay, liTHE EMO0R COUNTYJNEWS Ji^r^.t ^•v^^ i (JncorporalfJ).i* . , S ,'-,:ri ^ ..' ftAKL II. LAPIiANT, Prudent and Manager W. B.^ WAflEfinEB, gSeenisnt .'ud Treasurer. Add^s alt Mnimunlcatlons to The News, Sub»crq)tioD Price, $1.00 Per Year Sturgeon Bar, Wt^ March 10, 1915 It Isn't Tear Town, IjtoTon It1 you wait fo' live fa the kind of a \" L t o the kind of a town you like, ifou'needn't slipyour clothes in a grip , v And start on a long, long hike Tou'U only find -what you left behind .- Vov there's nothing that's really new, It's a knock at yourself when you t i knock your townj - It Isn't your town—it's you. Steal towns are not made by men -:^V ,V.. afraid. .\"../ ,\" '.\".. '.: Lest somebody else gets ahead, ! When, everyone .works and nobody •7^,'i'\"'•'-- .sii'lr^'.--'---' !': '•• klfou can raise a town from the • i .-'- \"dead, ..-:•\"• And If whtle yen make your personal './:\"': ''stake.' ..'* . /.-.'^:. Your neighbor can make one, too, Your t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1915

THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS MARCH 10, 1915 HERE AND f HER E W^HIN6t0N ISLAND Winnie Jacobson is still very sick. The Baptist Ladies Aid'will-meet at e home of Mrs. Dr. Boucsem on ursday of this week. Chas. Jensen, who has been spend- g the winter in Chicago, is expected ome in a week or so. g A .Uttle boy arrived last Wednes- ay to stay and gladden the home of and Mrs. Hannes Johnson jr. pThe mail carriers have employed Jeter Anderson to make a few trips ross the Door for the mail lately 'hlle tfiey have been working to get eir powerboat ready for use. Capt. J. W. Cornell, Capt. Frank ichter arid Weborg Bros, have start- fishing from Detroit Harbor They ave many hooks and some netB set ffcut at present there is so much ice the lake that lifting is impossible Magnus Magnussen, who returned m the hospital in Green Bay some e ago, is getting along nicely and 11be seen-at his old place in Geo. n's store in the near future. He elates some interesting incidents of a experience while in the hospi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1915

THE DOOB COUNTI HEWS. MARCH If, 1916 | i | ^ i e £ ] a ^ / ^ BhelVlng ^ q & e r minor lmprove- liv^^theiir^lBt^'ifa^ 1^^^ ,/ • -:/':' ThoyCnrlBUMi Scientists will hold Iffw-i&^a t t h e ^ P. -hall': Sunday a^^|5^i^oman their « « t regular meeting on Friday, March i8th In the parlors of the library. All W members ere requested to be present fgj^lfisa Anna'-Jackson., underwent an / aeration for appendicitis at at the Jfeeland hospital on Monday and at S&te/^tfrig is getting along nicely. :i|0!••f'itt«v^rca8 ,'^ciejb^^hel^^^aIl'•. open : meeting at the home of Mrs. L.H. Nebel te/^:/T&sday evening. This* meeting l^^as well attended being the monthly p|ibcIal:meeilng/V •'•'. .' ,' p0i ? The DoorCounty Land company re- jport ,the following transaction for the ifl^astAWeek. The eighty acre farm in ||flewtoq owned by Richard Klesslg ^Sto' Joseph Brukner. Consideration, |^wi%: j .^ t . • _ /, gyilAlithe members of the local Maca- g:-|«ie order are requested to be present...

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

?ra DOOB COJJ^ in | lf^-. 8UdU .^eber'-spent Jast..'^we9k Tilting here with friends. . 'v-H.H. Hojand of Ephraim was abusi- e s visitor in this city on Saturday'. • H. 1^ Peterson left Friday on a busi-list ness trip to outside points. Cap t Norman LaPlant went to Ke- waunee on Friday. •\":'••.•'-.. ..\"• '•• C. ifit.v Butler of Maplewood was a visitor in the city on Saturday. S ^l^ssTCora Weber.of Forestville is in^ •ieiting here with friends. . •'Henr y Starr, of Sister Bay was tils city oh business Tuesday. Mrs/Henry Fetzer was on the sick Mrs. Robert Hopkins arrived- herei Tuesday evening'from Fond du Lac, cpming here tb^see her daughter Miss Ruth who is at present on the sick y \" - * N \\ - ^ , . - •' -. yjvL Gomoll of Forestville spent a couple of days here the first of the visiting at the home of his daugh- ter, Mrs. Herman Moeller. He also visited with John Benzow. /'Frank Behringer,. who recently re- turned from North Dakota where he had been teaching school, has accepted ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1915

jftilllili^^ and ThatYrom tesk...... . : ^ ? r j?hop la now open for husipess. ||||i!^Samyj^^ |§|^jMi$ptf ^ Wetelnai' j£ Visiting 'with !|i^(jir^ 'Sunday ^^itS^mii 'of Chrl&j^tena^ $0^^ilSia^^4^yttalA Olson spent Kyaj^|Kpedf ^alpM: w a s a visitor ..in |§^g«^^i&weea ' lJIlStyjtf Stellal: Weber^ vlslfed ,'with i|^eia|&: iQ, Stoi^on''Bayi and Sawyer g| iawtweefc' p y ^Wfc^and-i/Ita.:Bruce Harting of J3aw- ^0^^r(, hereon Friday jyen |gtogyrit^ratog to:Sawyer on Saturday, |^ g^8sy i^nayBunda '-of. Sister Bay fj^^t^fewdayatoe latter part of last ||nT^teiyisitin&• hereywith. Miss 'Evans pJ^»na^o^erfteacner8.': - «fi-ir--.--\"i .' '•••'•••:- • . - • • . _ : . • •'--.\": v Mfe Mary Houch came up from/ v3aWrgeon Bay1 on Saturday to spend M *OTenil dayavisiting at the home of piChrisyMajrteha %^ jda.Stoneman sr., went to the coun- f t y seat on Saturday evening, from/1 the hill when the sleigh slewed and R^erfr-he went north7 on the following went crossways in the road, ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1915

THE DOOB COtNTY NBWS MARCn 10, 191S •y% •TMlaJKKiJtitetoT.m71 rManiiiipitfyxy*^ When the' fSuernaey breeders of the npper Mississippi river valley meet to Milwaukee oh Friday of \"this week, •ttey,wil^.iHave occasion to rejoice over gthebrealtogpf the world's record for butter-tat ^^ucUon^Murhe^ Cowan, ^ Ohio owned Guernsey, has produc- ed daring the year just past 1,100 pounds or over ,20 pounds more than Kef nearest rival. A Wisconsin Guernsey was the first to start the pace. The community plan of live stock • breeding, so popular in'Wisconsin, is ^ being adopted in the south. Frank ^Harding, a member of the Wisconsin |X.ive Stock Breeders' association, who pias lately accepted the secretaryship i the American Shorthorn Breeders* ^association, reports that similar or- ganizaUons have been formed in some of the southern states to develop the fxneat making industry. Incidentally, Harding is working overtime to fserve the interests of the 16,000 raem-seller |ter of his association an...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 7 March 1915

HliSIIif! fillips UWRENCE & MiMiiiii i i i i i H i m u Mi 11a i a a i •Â«ai »»•••Â» n ti t Ifcre it is. Read: 80 acre farm, 7 room building, good barn and other buildings* A favorable chance for a dairy farm. This is the so - called Mrs. Bergerson's farm, Sister Bay. For prices and information call on HENRY JOHNSON Route 2 SISTER BAY, WIS. • Tiiiaaaiiiiaiaaaaaaaaiaaaiiaiaaaaaiaaaaiaiaaiiaaaaai' 0:^ KA.i^ntytiea ' front jjia^-^ne:\":\"^ '?? of the differences betwen the two or- ganlzatlona ^A. v':•• ' :i^&-::::i: ' ^herelpre,-be It reBolved^liat the Fruit Growers association does not en- gage-in the business of handling fruit until such time as the stock-holders of record shall authorize the board of directors to again resume the same. ((Signed) ^ -Melvin Hataes. J The resolution was seconded and the president then'^iranouiibed it^''open .to discussion^ r . • • J-••s^'...-•• The- questions flevr thict and fast, for and against the proposition. Then there was a call for the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

7 ? - M ^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—^NEWS WORTH WHILE' STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17,1915. sigllitil 9SUm Jury Claims Searth Did Not Use Ordinary Care™ f| Verdict Means That Searth Gets Nothing If ^ d g e Graass Gives Matthews I ^ e Years p- District Attorney Suggested Three To Five Yearsr~ Ferguson Asked For Leniency For Client -The first case on the calendar was the state of Wisconsin vs. Isador Brill. This case, •when started, was for a criminal charge but before it was giv- en to the jury the charge was changed and made merely assault It only took the jury a short time to return a ver- dict of '.riot guilty.* Mr. Brill was rep- resented by Kittel of Green Bay, assist- ed by H. M. Ferguson of this, city while the District Attorney T. A. San- derson represented the state. {The next case was that of the state of Wisconsin vs. Archie Matthews. The . state was. able to prove that Matthews •was guilty. T. &.[. Sanderson: repre- I sented the state and H. M. Ferguson rep...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

BiiliiiiilifciffliJiili l lliiiliiillilil 00^l^^i^dwa^,:\"tii£:::t6mt£(^'-- year 111$$ w» 'StiF^i^And^rsop of Clay | ^ J M J ^ 4 ^ ^ the :||^^^^^|]j^injB9/pCr^beiir'.\"Ccu^oi'.on Satordxur £|M5:Ia8t*^efc*The.V.'y^ ^^tf^-lb'''thVtfnffding'and when he j | | p f i e j ^ his. lll^erel^tttaj.-andA going outto.the ^|^^^l^^\"^^7s^?p™onea^.\"&': soon: as '^:|Ho««ibIe'.-and Ihe pronounced the death S^«8|]i»lnK.j^a to heart failure and that g^|^^|^c^g.^maa,ttd/^n dead\"some l^aM^^fore : he was found.' ••: * P ^ | t l j ^ y ^ ^ ' been'. sick' at JtlBae9,bo ':h'l» death came as a great f ji^bck^to ^hl* relatives and'.all who ^S^b^^i^lw%b^^-i^^\\t6ia their oC^nildat. at so early an age.:'-' f ^^vJteioriM\\ierrto8 were held on S|^nd^ £rom^heMt Olive church and 1 o large concourse of relatives, neigh- f ^^rs and triends followed the remains e^^^e young-boy to h(a last resting •ftplace.,^y - v Breaks Into Store 'l£yO& Friday evening unbeknown to anyone until-the, next morning s...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

filllHI i^to ]^»WlHo« »t StWMon Bay, • ^fOIwoh 8^ 1879. Jt. iiAPIiAKT, President and Manager IitJNBBKEO, yie«.Proiiidtnt -t/V*?' *•?: WAQEN^ ^ ^ U r j r (uid 'trsaturor: «11 commjiBicatlona to The New*,. Stnrteon Bay, Wiaconiln. ription Price, $1.00 Per Year »n Bar, Wis, March 17, 1915 W ,ffl! 1 1 :•.i u W « beautiful bay ia the dumping-grou? for tte lakes. Remefnher the big fault la'-jthiei - datigOT-'S^lies l a the fact that the underworks'are concealed and thai t*ey. ^ 5 a ^ e f \" i ? ^ 0 . : ^ l : 5 1 I t U S ' « i ^ ' a l ^ v B ^ e t - b ^ . ^ a ^ : . ] a 8 ^ ^ t . M you knd#^t'any 1 accidents, or^near afccir dents please ietVus' .know. frr\"':f\"i\"J[ XXXXXXXXttXXXXXXXXXXXK*XXXX rs |e y ido iine \\wrong / who . say, I come no more •:•:'\". .•/...-v'•-.' :•:-•' \\-- |When once I knock and fall to find \"^ott^in •_, _ . / \"'••' or «very \\ day 11 stand, outside your v :dpor,x v ':, .. : :.. . ./,'.' [! And bid''.you' wake, and' rise to fight jindvwln. •••••''•\"'•• ••...

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

porter u i l t b t glii He aid not «to» h *»k quertloni, bat bolted. He nerer ^f^6ema -tt^ioWh»w ^ \"Always tile small fry,\" sighed dtamrttH * * »vBMNM a f o ^ i y mel\" cried Norton, he ran out to bla auto. It was rids.- Several policemen shouted ^nto,'lu he went on unmindful. xould take bis lIcenBO number ^ &ae* for all he cared. So jot h«?f They could wait lr^enemyls Tlgilanco slacked i^jKrould strike? But Susan! «Ime he saw Susan he was Ftafie herIn his arms and kles light be a new sensation to always BO prim and offish. 5et—that'had been fcer dlrec- ||ey' had put Florence in a at the foot of Corey street. perhaps half an hour behind. s^never opened her lips. She ||§eatf proudly. She would pie scoundrels that she was ^ s daughter. They plied IPpiestions, but she pretended ~ # ^ ^ - , : .'•• •.-\"' '.V . pretty bird, we'll make you : ^spoak wheli the time comes. We've :]~Boi fou-thlj|trip where we want you. There won't be any Jumping over- - toardthla GtjjsBlbn, beli...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

TBOE-BOOB COTFKTI InsWS MABCH 17,1M5 \"vv.V:••\"'• ••:-•'. •-'• .'..••• .••y-'.--'- from '-'\"•:•• •\" V ':':,.'• ' '. \"•'. ••'-' MER-. E Wv&ffik& fe^vjohn'Perry,'was down from the Bay etfbetween trains on Saturday. . ^-M'•••••• ••••••• •• ••• -•• •• gi Jolin Pot•i sr., visited a•••-Algoma t Sat- pMsliis way died a natural death as/the result of some animal disease. A number of the people from this town attended the funeral of Ernest Fensfce in Ahnapee town on Satur- day, he being well and . favorably known in this place and the many peo- ple here who knew him were shocked to hear of his death and the manner in which lie met it It seems that he was out in the yard between the house and the barn shooting sparrows with a breech loading shot gun when he slipped and fell and in falling the gun was thrown forward with great force which caused \"it to discharge and the shot entered his head, most likely killing him instaneously. He was found by his father, the gun lay- ing some t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

fJAtitfiiu^j Aiir and breadth of the state-aa beiag^able, '^.'jrim^^ jpyara fpfvfe^d^taiuB^iasJ^ett-aef-idant^ jerB'jdi6ul$^ •^P$W. day ift$ jdbnjof cb«rt :a: ibpaivwhich was hang- ing: In^the coinridor (near thCv c^rt robingcaught^nSflre and11 It Had not beerijtor ihVbbBervIng eyeef a person 2 are for cylinder o i l j 0 6 ^ , * wrtouB fire-might of have ^atternSI'SiiVj , ,-. . :_^.,,:r important meeting iM?b^j^edn^day eyJ |J|whiclt•meeting'\"wili Be rtopjiiie n^^sclibblyeariT^Sucb. ' ^sfcultedVyIt BeeiriS tiat as:^ tie qvmy of the United States navy for * ceil- B^n-'hbcame\"owrie'r otthe i, south Cedar street be- ' 'A5ilc^\\.nbnses': !aIong thenew l^ji^jdeslrablelocatio: ^: ^d} 'ol^e -3WbravIan\" l^ly^:i^fteen ::cent sup- !cjau]TcK parlors on Wednes B^m^and\"fevening,^'St '. • Pat-'depot ,'jfo wnich'vail are cordially fetbnt of Egg Harbor on |^«yng^ received a carload ImonljS^^hbraiBS i ft-om the south ''btt|tj|efollowing day he took :y^jM0::ia.holding horae sales spoBihg of the ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

^^^WftiBiill THE DOOB COUNTY NEWS .MABCH 17,1015 | M | | s e ^ in Print jigB^jSarU^or:.Jaicksonpor was a \"fjtllf^ci^tt^'J-feiiy oa last Thursday. S|«|Mi^jNbrfcit m^e..a.bu6mes8 trip : ^Gta^^^ay'la$t Friday.,: ' '§^^0k^f^tibmn:^ made:' a • business •:-tite^:!Gr^n»Bw' Qn!Fridayv 7 i'?|Kj2WjBlUich left/Saturday on a busi- ^Si^tt^ tb 'ehicago.• •.:',: ._. ^\"• •',':' l^it^.*^ ^^' I ^ n 'y' Pyerbeck visit- ^ioVer-Sunday at Algoma. .: ^jfvJttl:.^'xS.nlWy^bf^aplewobd was a i^ilMr|iii the: city on Saturday. •''•'v V^jjgjj,'^Conant made a trip to Luxem- kurgarid GreenBayon Tuesday. ^ilJpja^t'yWank Jacobs' and wife return- 5?edivtta Monday evening from Chicago ^^Ep?.:Ackermade a business trip to Algoma onMonday. iSJohniHaeri went'to Luxemburg on t'TlitoBaay^ afternoon to pay a visit at )iheibome of relatives. ' ••'.-. !:5jT TivLudlpw returned Thursday ev- enihg from ajjitsihess trip to Milwau- f \\!Bey Geierof Maplewood wasi.'.a call- • • •!•($p£ tbia, -.city/between trains onon ini^day ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

Mlteil l£^^*jwafc/}0/'.} edjhis iflrSt'•two' littai seen is back In Mann's Id It eeems good to see or Ladles* Aid will meet jiursdaywith Mrs. George Jdmundsen has been laid up }wiithVan attack of}appen- I^Metoing on that order. | ijMoe, who' was away, to at-, funeral of his mother, re- |tfS8*urday.\"'^ ||/anderson spent the last week jjoiinty seat having driven there §^ 'conye7ance^ i:. ge| Mann sprained his ankle lyi last-week. He was con-to i thehouse for a few days and is ||^me/: :::v:'- rl lUchter moved back into homo in Detroit Harbor last p e will fish with hiB broth- lils season. Jess left last Sunday to attend [meeting at Algoma of the Door-Ke- Jauneefiounty Training School Board |f whjcli lie is a member. ' : Thallium island Coast Guard Sta- tion:'-J#$bBied Sunday night at .13:00 o'clooicj'with•' the same crew as last lyear^excfept one more man. Adolph iToratenson will fill the place tempor- [arily^d 'perhaps permanently. ^ p o ^ u n e } ^ of^«^^th^ g ! ^ : ^\\Mlv^^i\"^-...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

r^vi^'iiOTj^ iere P * iiltr and George Del- iday with friends in ||ia, John Gorondale made phreen Bay last Wed- home the same day. \\.and Wm.. Fabry fBay. last week, they ijfjrdm this^ town. |it left Wednesday for he will spend a few |«B8 and pleasure com- i&- V'.'•' '• ••• ••: ••'••' ':-.' lier and Arthur Del- |TO been pressing hay che in Brussels, have ' ' : . . , • \" • . • \" ' . . . ' . / • • ' / 2 had a two days aunt of the teacher's being called to his It of the sickness of £from here who went tip witness the Chau- Be are: Jule Chaudoir, rV John Dclwiche, John Lamperuer and De- spent the greater part ithecounty seat where t attendance at circuit T adolr is the defendant Pat against him by Pros- pT the recovery of money tUSSELS See sold his driving horse mSj'jaateger of Algoma is jS|her relatives here. fof Green Bay and an as- iteeper are busy stralght- i-Virlee Co's. books. . ^Murphy had her second reek.ago Monday at the Bay. It Is said that she ilwell again. . , • _ : ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 10 March 1915

iijiijjj^^ gpxfrx^kiiiU k kit xxx &,«%* *.y * « ttp?|&agt :G 6i^l^aay^}Iarch 15th at ^dniBh^lrruBtcoioapany It is the intention of 5^^nit|a^tat^C^Mtpuar4 Station -ait the: canal opened for tfe^BeasQia .• .'•. 5 lowing are found on CapjL Ro^tosoh's ' crew, :: ^\"i--. V^'-v: V* -i-or -:-'\\ -:r-l•. /••\"-.-e No. 1 Albert IT. Brown No. 2, Joaiah yaaBranjer No. 3, Rube Hitt No, 4, ^RobertvDanielson No 5, George Bak err No. 6, Ed Donovan No] 7^Harry fLavassor. '.-'.-.'.'\"'• 5 Hart Line Appointments L 'f,\\\"E'°C 'Hart president of the, ITart: Transportation company announces the following appointments for' \"the eeason of 1915: : _ .•'....•-\"\"'. Steamer'..-Bon Ami—master,_'Jacob Roulette mate, OlafNelson ••chief-.en-, gtoeer, Eli Eliason assistant engi- neer, Frank Kimber purser. Fred Rleboldt -l ' Steamer Sailor Boy^-master. P. S. Roulette mate, Jos. Redline cllteY en- gineer, Walter Duelonj- assistant, engi- neer, Claud Stevenson purser. Frank Belik. •..,-. •''•• , •.' r ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

§||§&?^ THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' VOLUME 1 STUBGEON BAY, WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, IMS l i d Tidings Again Recorded Three Deaths During The Week, All Of Whom gk^Xrie Well Known In This Community Mrs. Charles Kroterfield, Marsh And Pinney |ri|: Tht Former A. Daughter Of A. yCoffrinAnd The S^%^^- Latter Two Old Residents Of Door County ^y-'r. . • Dies at Ashtabula, Ohio. The people of this community were greatly shocked to hear the news of the death of Mrs. Chas. Kroterfield who passed away at her home in Ash- tabula, Ohio on Friday, The many relatives and friends of this young and \"well-known lady were greatly grieved to receive the sad intelligence. The remains arrived here on Satur- day evening from that place, accom- panied by the husband and the three children. A large number of grieved friends and relatives met the body at the depot . :•• Mrs. Krotterfield was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ashley Coffrin. She was horn June 30th, 1880 in the .town of Tore...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

THE DOOB COUNTY HEWS MARCH 24, 1915 3* ll!Mll^fSPQ :F^G?s liliiW!£E1t • i ^ W o * Started on Sisters^ Home ^ t a s t week the work on excavating ^rithe new homefor the Sisters of J||l^r6UB:Phrk^ Qhurch was started and (||^tte^wpri{{oflaying the foundation Is S1^ now in progress.0 This will be a neat ?|?i«ad'modern structure, the dimensions '^ilrtitoO^buiWmgare to be .24x34 and it Is to be one and ope-half stories hlgh.- - ,({{.Adam{H6se, the skilled Sawyer car- ' penter, has the contract for building i-the structure and informs us that it ^^^lvbe /iiii6deht in every respect. It includes a bathroom, laundry and oth- er modern improvements. MiBS Brandt went to Forestville on Friday for a short vislt: .'• :. -:Dr Humpke made a professional call to Maplewood on Thursday. Mr. and - Mrs. W: D. Cornell spent : Sunday at Algoma. . And. Slo^in spont a couple of days the latter part of last week on busi- ness In Green Bay. : ^ Mies Nellie Ray, one of the teach- ers out in the Little Sturgeo...

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