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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

Spfe'-!S.i!\" By HAROLD MAX3 GRATH Illustrdted from Scenes m the Photo Drama of th+ Same Name tjy the Thonhouser Film Compaq? (Copyright, 1614,fayHarold Uaearub) is hair would have tingled at the |tB,, however, had he known that '\" same physician was one of the who had signed the document Ktch had accredited Florence with sanity and had all but succeeded making a supposition a fact Nor i s Jones aware of the fact that the Jephone wire had been tapped re- itly. So when he finally concluded 'permit Florence to accompany Su- iin to Atlantic City he telephoned to SeV detective agency to send up a isty, man, who was shadowed from moment he entered the Hargreave ne tilli he started for the railway ation. H e became lOBt In the shut- and Was riotxheard from till weeks |ter, In Havana. The Black Hundred bund a good profit In the Shanghai- business. \\ . s Susan began to pick up, as they say, ' day after the arrival at Atlantic ty, due, doubtless, to the cessation the poison she had been ta...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

p i l i W W W ^ , .„....—.,,,,.„... .^^ .:v : BABL M. iiArtiANT, PreoWent and Manager i0j$%$i^3ti WAGENERk- Secretary: and rireainrer. et&i should i)6i hauled jwray before the vtsitbira €0,1110 to our city itorttie summer^ Sturgeon Ba y IB one of the best littlecitiesi bfits size in the state and its neat appearance has always brought forth favorable comment from the summer v i s i t o r s ^ 0 Aijdreai. all commuafcations to /the Newt, Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Year 5Stureebn JBjaj :\\Ws£ March 24j 1915 §^ '0 S She MoterelFive , \".V :' : FromIher\" they learned the wrongs '^^•vthey::ought'to shun,' S h e mothered five! M g h t after night she watched a little TNight afternight she coaled a fev- '«':^ ered head, '• •'.:./• f^T^ 'titier-'iaj':she guarded little feet, Taught little minds the dangers of the X\"V:iat4reet yv:: -y': ' /•. •Taught little lips to utter simple v:. prayers, :'-\" Whispered strength that some day v would be theirs •And teamed them all to use It as ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

mm li^iitOREsrvitLB-' •:.'• ^^]U^^^ws^ep:6Dt Saittrday', between ||«i^^:^lf^i^^^^ Ov- ' •• : \"•.. '•' s}^^eth Sfonemto Weni up to Stur- iflfWpf Baylbn Saturday evening. •. ,7^. $Ji MiOTi Jos1®Reuajtf visited Saturday I^^Algwna, returning the same even- ftf&^I&e^&ifaB lAii^ Zirbal. 'ikIlis^/Iiinda X«nmkutii visited at Al- 5'i|p^1 OT'::lMtv''y^k :!. 'She also visited j ^ t t friends: Saturday. : Slliss^Clara Renard arrived from F^Breen Bay on Friday evening to pay £ it/vttit: with her parents here. :^^s John. Perry of Sturgeon Bay |^ai. a visitor at Sam. Perry's on Fri- d a y of' last week. V-^Bd M. Perry went to Sturgeon on, (Saturday -evening and returned the following day. 7: WaiterMeyer's young son Bauman vwaa ill the latter part of last week isfith a severe cold which developed • .. |ntpVa fever, • ' . ' ., V Mra Herman Krueger left Thursday morning for Michigan where she will v spend a week or two visiting with friends and,relatives. • Sylvester Donovan spent Sa...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

W&W^i^M0Six0^iiS^^^^. : ^|^ water^tlf6 jurist.:pi-tlte llipk'tmd was pressedlnto ser^ li^^lflli - 1 atteiia ^e ^Bocial- J Friday- p.\"qn I^^^Uig^U^^WlEe\": i&e committee, |lg|^^^e4v iettei''vllst: : Anna' Bush- IliiaB^^I^^^udBMij \"E, '..C. Pambga, P^llwiis.\" Please say,-advertisedi iyhen ffig ^e^otty^aa 'T^8tted : last week by ||(^ oSfiter8 front the Orphan's home piftfGreen/'Baywhowere here seeking l ^ ^ f o r the aid qf their home. They ^Mt-witfr good success. igjjtb^y?girl was born to Mrs. Hilton jits the hospital last Wednesday. At Iptiitf^itlnjj both mother and babe are g||ppigj«icely, altho the mother was J§*ery:Mfdrv some time. ' \" : , '•\",'•'•••.' * v \" 0 ^ big baby girl put in its appearance Iw^tte home :p£ Mr. and Mrs. Chas ||^|jirJpjhnspn, in thj9 Third ward on Tues- jH^P' ^rning, Both mother and babo ^9^'doingf'nicely SH^^ointerior of-the Huxford mark- IS^isJih the hands of the painters this i^eek who are'fixing up the shop so i|eterything will be spick a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

THE DOPE CQplfTl faffg-jtA^H ^ i»i| rselves in Print /JR^rn Perr^miade a, trip to Algoma : B. WeltllC^: returned on Monday ferom a\" trip to' outside points. Peter Knudsdn visas up from Newr •:-:'\"JY^k' iCtabervbr.-Egeland and F. J. Hamilton''left pn the Monday morn- teg train: for^ WMwaukee, . •. • ,•'•\"••-., l-v^/VJqb^on/'left' • Wtoiiday afternoon for 6ifeen Bay to spend several days to Visituig with relatives. : John Brown of Fish Creek was in town on Monday leaving the same af- ternoon for Green Bay. Mr. and Mrs. John Bassford return- ed to their home in Minneapolis on Monday afternoon. /.Mr. and Mrs. Anton Leiberg of Al- goma Bpent several days last week ^•visiting their son Leo. ^ Miss Ernia Brandels returned on Monday .evening from Milwaukee •where she has been the past winter. Nora Fldler has been absent from lier duties*at Greiseu's store for a few dayB on account^ of sickness. .Josep h Wolter made a business trip to outside points on Monday return- ing to the city op T...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

ijjjpii ^ i»Ni$^^ j & S | W ^ e ^ ^ ||^Ji^ ^ ^^cop^: 0f^: ^$^^re^:at Washington Island were lllSrtti^ gp§il^^lteft the same day ' tori:, the -Is?• |||^d^^A itti ey-w111 make:their. p£4 $w^^Hf^ to .his ^i^ ? dlre*t :trom? Sturgeon Bay • across.' ^^^»\"^x*TOfc-lv.-::.:^':-V\\':-:V.^/ 'V-.-. ::7- • '\"-'-T f'1-'.-\"'-1 •--\"-'for | ^ 5 i ? ^ e ] : I ^ r ( C k ) i m t y NewB joins. -with' S||^^ir:'many^friends in wishing them a |l®l^g'8^'hapi^ wedded'-lifa\"V ' ''v - \" • |ffp Ifsefishing-Is'pretty good at pres- S^i'jjn^^:':':^-..:/ \"V. • ' '-..•':.'••'•' |fe g j^ank Olson, one of the mall car- l|? filers,tooka vacation for a few days f ll^l^mp to Qreen Bay. He may go to |||- ^©hospital before his return. |Ss|} {'The/prevailing weather while the |y 1 »un is crossing the line would indi- go i««to &rcbld/dry w^ But we can ij|: i^lllbetter In a few monthsJtrom now. % }0--\"Om[:-Uma] treasurer returned his fH i tax roll last week with about $140 -delinquent taxes which was...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

Wm^^^m^is^^mm^mm ^A)jedtB^Ment Passes - Away^ ••'•'•. Pascal Langley one .of the old and ptiiapcwteii residents, of this township ^f^^Jc^re: at hlsj home civ Th rsday ^faabralngi He^iad been suflerUig from iQTOfillnien^fortlie past few months and 0eathjcamei as a relief frrim his eufter- j|i \"^Deceased, was 84 yearsi\"6f.- age and S^aves: to mourn him, a wife, three r ^(Children! and several step-children, all «f whpm are married. The 'funeral |£was:'held from St John's church • on ^iiaiufllay morning, FY.\" Bernach offl- « i a ^ g f a t the services A: large con- ^course of friends, neighbors and rela- tives followed the remains of their jsaigedyaiid respectedcitizen to Ms last resting-'/place. •. '&. '(Get your shoes shlned up for the big S dance LeMere's hall EasterMonday. ' „ :\" /*Grant Haskell visited relatives at ^SEphraimi several days last week. ', r The Mystic Worker held lodge at : i Carmody's hall- Friday evening. ('^ Ed teverich has been on the sick ^Us£ Likewi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 24 March 1915

HAfiCH 34, MIS lgB A time when a need for Clothes ismostl^nly feltf a time when our stocks -are-. the best andmost complete a time when Y0U really needr, a Suit. Therefore, When buying of SpringSuits we bought carefully. We bought clothes that had had style, fit, workman- ship, service. We bought suits to fit young and old, stout and thin* We bought suits for you all. ffi^Of.v'^jyf:.:'':.'' V':''V fLMHHF-- ^WS^ ' If it's style you want, we \\l0^'r' -' :. ^*w$«-.' -.•••^SP^.-' have it if it's service you 11 Want, we have it if its fit and workmanship, we have'it and if it's I \\ guarantee you want, we have it. If you want them all^you'11 get | f0iem. So be square with yourself and get these guaranteed values II and'putyourselfonour list of satisfied customers. *•::. * l! Sad Tidings Again v Continued From Page One: §: Saturday evening to be in attendance at the:#urierai rites: Mm'Anton Feli^ tier, Mr&: George Hunt r and Joseph Krotertjeld/ a- brother, and sisters \\ of Charles....

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

TH]B DOOR COXyNTY KEWS^'1?EWS WORTH WHILE VOLUME 1 StUEGEON BAY, TOSCO^N ^EDNESBAY MABCH 81, 1915. Disastrous Railroad Wreck Engine Completely Demolished, Rails Torn Up ^S£iijf MciWu as^T^^iS aiid^ 16 -was: /wrtkBi^ a~mile northv of Fbrestyiile Mifnday forenoon at' eleven•.thirty. :7 Tto^rigi^ :-»^^i 'ktii^^^e^iHrman-, Thomas iDa^waa sdaTfti^aSS received a big ^aga^ln-hlsifdreifead but will recover. All others Including the'passengers in the caboose received a terrible shak- ing up but were no^ seriously hurt Soon the : wreck happened^ «upt-Seynipur'wasi notified. He had a train made up immediately, fully «g,uipped for such an emergency and rushedhit to the scene. With the train he took Dr -Sibree to attend to those who were hurtv Meanwhile the train crew telephone to Porestville and got Dr. bpnovan who rushed to the scene in one of the automobile's and attend- ed the fireman and Kapell who were injured y How It Happened ' 'After the Injured had been attended # Supfc Seyjmour ha...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

\\ rra^:bdo^ P m§w M&z§mmmm& iilliiilR: &&&?•••'.:':•'• ' ,'**r 'Btenes^ Shop v «o their implement line a harness and ^nrepalriinqp : ^ I c h is in ctiarge^ o ' iMttte SperbOT.^The shop la located In :' -vittei£: bnUd^R^and ^ihe Bnarjiaa on ^.3^d|i futf^to^'oti harness and sup- plies and ire-to.a poalUon to, do all Grinds of repairing on short \\ notice. TThe companr have installed this new shop on account of the Increased call Jor work and especially at, this Ume of the year the farmers and horse downers are real desirous of having *helr Work done and completed on 'time. '..•\".' ••'.\"-,'\" The! play^ eoUUed ^hejpW Dfntrict School which was presented to theness. •people on Fi.'(.i»y evenk'i by a «*st -of characters from the Youth's Pro- gressive club assisted by.a number of • «bthers, waa as a whole well-played -and a credit to those who took part. I t was attended by such a large audt- •erice that there was not enough seat- ing room to facilitate such a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

THE DOOR C O U i ^ Brussels' Schools l \"One tellnaiwgJssed favorably or un- ^yoi^lyfci^^^ltoy cases, towards a •ommunlv^ijy the kind of sehool bnlldlngs^ which the people there have provided.-' Especially Is this true^of raral communities. The citizens oi the town of BruBBels must be recogniz- ed as having provided excellent school facilities. The town of Brussels has four school Sistricts^, one being joint i^iUi'ytlie town, of Gardner. Of these four schools, twq are state graded schools,leach being provided with two '„ teachers.: The school Dist No. 1 isNelsony knownv as'•• the Theodore Roesevelt Bcnooi tuad the building is modern in •very respect Photographs of this building have been inserted in many of thel school bulletins Issued by the state department at Madison and has town of Gardner, is a new and modern structure and' is well equipped with up-to-date school furniture. • Besides supporting rpubllc schools so well the people have not neglect- ed the spiritual side side of t...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

S ^^*^$ ®®$ms$ -S .v. :««a»ln.:«fid»«M:: ?O.SAv LUNDBKBO, Vl«»-Pt8«l«U»t : • , Aaa««» U oonunamloaUoM to Tlw H«w», , ^jfr^:, yy :.Vflfa»j»»^ SBbkrqH\"P«« $ 1 0 0 Per Year StargeoB Bar, Wifc, March 81, 1916tookadiff Keep yourtemper—nobodyr/ants it One of the commendable acta ot the people to thb southern part: of this »tint lsihe Way they liberally con- tributed to the relief fund for the Bel- gians. They oot only .contributed : money liberally but also sent many pounds of clothing. We are told that It only took a few days to gather up the amount that they did, A complete report is found in other columns of this paper..'' . - ' v:••.••' Those who sacrificed their lives on iV submarine F-4 are heroes and per- v r haps as patriotic to their country as any soldier or naval officer that ever lived. It must take some nerve and you must think well of the country . '. .7:\"-?Uiat:' 'ypu'/'are.'.representing when youJoseph •float around towards the bottom of the A, iq...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

IIMi™)Tl^^^m TUB ^nOOH iCOPWT^^ * » y q » ! » » ^ m. | | ^ t e t n W ISLAND lira IV BngleBon has been very sick | ^ te eoine better ,at thte writing. \" l([ercury nearly.reached the zero TBMvrir here Monday morning. ^ •..'':- There: was a tree dance at the hall iere Saturday night at Charles Han- sen's expense. .'•'•. . \" • : ^ e ! ^ i e t y b l Equity held their meeting last Saturday for the election itf of fleers but we were unable to get theliBtSof pfficeirs at this writing. i'' * Jens Jacobsen Is paying the farmers 2& 1-2 cents per bushel for their po- tatoes which he sold in Chicago this ••Printer. ' '••, \"'..'•.«,'.'.. \" John. Ellefson went to Sturgeon Bay the. latter partof last week to get his *ew boat. \"Friday\" measured and reg- istered. H e returned Saturday, Dr. Xgan going along with him a s a pass- enger. •/• •• .' There i s much sickness prevalent • among the children. Several of them had touches of pneumonia among whom are the twins of Walter Ottor sen ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

ililiiiifell •^SyiSSff' 1 tiff gf^. _ §|*aYeftoe0|leto |feJBteve|ybu^een^the actual pictures g3pa^p6si week il^i^fiMa'Tecetved' • ne^v portable^ X-Raym^ p^^iwJ'flfl^tSr 8aya/la:ve^pip^ wlti»\" all' s f | | | p l | e p ( a i ^ |||i|^ : 5SA bright^-little baby boy' put in his g p £ ? £ $ ^ Mr. andheld ^ | ^ : * ^ U r b m / A l l e e in the', Third ward f|ag^ '^r !fan^.:-iibther•.are' doing nicely.. • f-|j^ :^TPhevfollowing prices :on cheese' are i5i?^^.i|iiP*^ij:^^1M*®:'' • iAleioiiia'- Prodnce .com- | S ® C - W ^ ^ ' ^ J ^ ^ : s ^ B l e DatBleslii-SSr ||^$t(0Og'iHbrn'^i37-8 • ' Young: American W:}0riU ''Iytim:tilri.': • '',..' ,\"'.•'••••• : ' V:- ||^S^. \\»^^^Suion Land company report ^^S^0'tole^. ^e::AugU8t f Noll 120-acre g^'olana-ii i Na'sewaupee, to George Beuch- fei£^' «St!»be/fwt^ :l^ Aug- Sfv:£^'Strbcko £ Gardner.'•.'•'.- \\ \\ :* •••:. :•:•• '^0Xi^0^^^i^::^^^'^^-^iti)xA ex-' i sp:') & ^fea^bn. : ,:wa8 - :held. \\ 'at the - court ^gV^^jmue^being in- charge of ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

'/V:~#'v^raij^^ tr|j^8)p^ B6gen8chntzlett for Green ^^i^^tt^^^vV''::-/':'•••. : j$M Ca^^Henry Tufts left Monday for ^l&jtoWirt ^ennqck of Tornado trans- acted business in the city on Tuesday. S0 Pnai^fc: .EHlott-: and John.' Acker of •'^iai^i^yere Sunday visitors here. r'.0: John • iiiperaer of Union transact- ed \"business in the city on Monday. |{j ^ 3peJ^^J.-McCormlck . returned • on Jll^i^als^jeyening from a business trip. Sttolo^WepblritB^ - , .\" :••/ '^•jfltiorlifjy,W, JEl'Gaede-made a busl- ^:1$B trip .Jtf: on. Tuesday gi\"to'^tne, interests of his profession. ^&lIrB. Augii8t Jorns left on Monday p*»r .l^waukee, going onv a pleasure ^K^^:-•••-••'•': •..' • 'v^^' .-^' '•-.•• § Arthur: \"Weber of ForestviUe was:a .Jiiwine]^ .caller lin the'^sityv between ^*(^s\"onvMonday. ^ ^ i ^Deo^Murray visited with relatives at : i^JPorestvJaie on, Friday, returning to ^tfljexcltir the:same, evening, €J^$*^-Mii-Washbnrn returned on Thurs- : :jtor i^pniing from ar short business r...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

ypwMy*pwpy^w^^yw«w\"«MMw»^ i 1.1<p>BWUMiiiiW11. 1 , j 1 1 f y y p w ^ j ^ . '•• • .11. . . . 1 1 1 1 1 ... I.J. 1 1111 . ,111 . . 11 ^ IliililNiliitiii ^|^#Ari -PoV% #ace., ' J :'' iv':^ lsj^toa-^'H^anteet^returned^ ..Friday 5|iw^jgv^nt a Beveral days visit at pir^ ' Bay/':and -Duck^ Creek. • . • S l l l s s Cecelia Olsc^i spent Saturday mod Sunday with her parents in Saw- ^^•^'^r ^,'4Jf-y :.-' ''•..:.•/• '.'\"\"• ^iilss Evans and MIBS Larson partlci- ijoted!in the debate at Carnot on Sat- ^Mjyfejiand: Mrs. Ed Schley were called |?lipon ! last Wednesday to part with ^tteir! greatly beloved eleven day old fp^onard.'LaPlant of Sturgeon Bay Vfraisfa^ business visitor in Forestville g^-Saturday, likewise John Perry. f«|Aibright, bouncing baby boy put in itfl appearance at the home of Mr. and ^UXB.Edr'B... Perry on Monday, March |l5tb^- All are doing well. j VMIBS Hattie Jennerjobn arrived from rS/Haj^and, Wis., on last Friday even- ^Ing^and will Visit indefinitely with her Bar...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

WMi0 liarMystery By HAROLD MAC GRATH Jthutratedfitt Scenes In the Photo Drama of (to i??\"* *****:.& .*•• Thanhousar Film Company ..&, -,_..• ,., (°«7*iBl«VUI4lvBM«UIUeQfMkl The house In mim street was uraine's lauburban establishment He went [there occasionally to hibernate, as it [were, to grow a new skin when close J ipreased. ^The caretaker was a man tightly called Samson. He was a I fcrulser of the bouncer type. Kflt was fast work for Braine to get •oSt^we- If the man disguised SB a [ footman played his cards badly Braine would have, all his trouble for noth- ing. -He disguised himself with that Infernal cleverness which had. long «tnce made him a terror to the police, ^ho were looking -tor- ten different inen Instead of one. He knew that ' Morton would understand instantly that he was hot the general but on the other hand he would not know that he was addressing Braine. So the arch-conspirator waited and «o Norton arrived -and was ushered- had taken place at 49 E...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

WmmM ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ » ptEl^^c^irsT^ ^ WMyKKKK^MMItMKaXKXXItMKMXICMKMXKkKKXICTtXMKXKMXIIitXIIKItKKa Agnes Elcninger Tthird—ROsaielle $ | p $ ^ j ^ 4 ^ ^ ^/.'lnithe^^aV^«sn^st,ttie.':fbllowtog w:^s]fc:ye^ Hen^^I^lfii^tiii^^ \"i £•Iloa.of. growers jn. the planting of only ft|e winter or so early In the spring speak'in/ public, be cultivated and ||f§«jtelji^^ these'.peoVle'are' .to'W^congra^ated , « . . , , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ j ^ ^ ^ ^ j j s ^ - . . ^ freezing and thawing afterwards. The in taktag part iii this line\\ of work. tn:jSnjj^ir^^ .en^ctofthte'Js^toccansei-even^ehard. . -, : W '•.v-v i^^^^a^^iSi^^i^fmaSi antf seeds nfo:• : barsitopen» thereby, /giving llit^l^ite^els^ -.the germ a: chance -to make headway. ^i\":!^^ / When we speak about early sowing III^Bwi^ .M r ^^be^flnaerstood''that\"'thl8 means §f|f $ i p S ^ ^ i^ound^^ m wndttlon to till,\" In -the §sf/:|iiw^ ^e^of'corn stalk 'ground, which Is | f l f w | ^ n ^ to oe put lb small i^aui to be/used aa ^^jB...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

' ijoa, Klppthg aQd George Goetz droye fjto Foreatvlile Wednesday on business. ':YJOfo ponoyan was here on a profes- sional call Monday. 'v: v:Antoni^bler'went' to Sturgeon Bay Monday morning on business: ^l Mkajopker went to AJgoma oh the Monday, morning train. Agnes Geler was to Algoma between trains Friday. Also Anton Brey. 1- Schmitz Bros., shipped a carload of stock to southern market on Monday, Louis Bauman and family moved * Into the, Wm Smelzlie house Monday. • A: Ifc and Mrs. Jos. Weirich motored QSip to Chris Kipping's where they spent Sunday. / 4 :Mr.and Mrs. John Krebbers of Se- -vaatopol are visiting with their daugh- ter, Mrs. Thomas Goete. ••/.] Mrs, George Fowles went to Stur-boxes geon Bay Monday morning on the af- ternoon train. Leonard LaPlarit and Douglas Leon- ••hardt stopped here on their way to IPorestviile Saturday. , ! Mr. Bailey of Milwaukee was here last week in the interest of J. Stern company, wholesale house. :^. Bi^' Thps. Goetz is visiting with : .Jhe...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 31 March 1915

•I looking: wreck Uj«t we have ever, had. | | i | | e § £ i p ^ | | | ^ ^ y t n ^ t t i ^ ^ ^ ^ ||f|£^nyerJ^ ^ ^f th6 e n ^ W r t seat and jumped thru pw^at hi^^^Md^^^Dcmoya^ after :^&Jf^ni: toe ji^ l ^ l n g ^ Kjfonnd In a.pool of -water • alongside the Siti&k^^i^ali the debris around him. ^^h$::paJa^^ i0t^F^ag& a«fl''WimJ'Nessmann. They ^fe^^^e put'«t Uio wreck: unhurt j§?f^ wrecking crew got there, '0n# 'cattTe^ car was thrown well across ^the'^ck^ewajr whilethe:car lpad- edl -withivpej&^as throwsin\"just the ^ ^ s l f e ^ r e ^ i o p across the ^ track, ja f fatier w«u» lying alongside of the 00S^i the ditieh and the engine was turiied cpniplel^ Vo\"°d qn Its side, early ^ to^aily^^gtroyed^^ ^cp of^the ^r»ta2w8JS on,the track. $ $ a t ^ i a ^ vat) ii : $0 afld *ja^^^pwird For^taHe for the V«iason ,''th^: ^r^:te. :no:\\tarn^ta'Me ^:tiuit^&e££':^V- : ::'-:'-'','•'' / : o , ^ ^^pM^Sti/^f: crew • under the 'able jaianagpln^OTi^ot Trainmaster Smith a...

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