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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 September 1915

jnri^ooRC^ emes in \\ JF^cd Jensen spent Sunday visiting at - drenl^ay '^flth friends. J p. Qhern of Green Bay was a visitor in tiiis iity on Tuesday. : : .Wm. & Arle returned on Tuesday \" evening frbin a trip to Milwaukee and other outside points. % W, • H.r Lucia of the Lucia Motor 'Sales Co. of Green, Bay was here on •bustaess Friday of last week. • George Kbhlbeck and George. Brey «f Maplewood were business visitors in the city Thursday. Mercnant Jas. Wilson of Egg Har- itor, motored to this city Tuesday on .business V» ': John EHstrom of Ellison Bay. was a business visitor in.the city on Mon- say, :-.•' • :• :• . . •: . ^:l/%-:-' ••• «n^..^^n^vthoser..whp...w^r^4o\\m from ^thenortK' on' Monday!' ' • • ',\" Mr and Mrs.: John Perry and child- Jren spent .Sunday visiting at Green Bay' with friends' and relatives. {\\ Mike Simon was up from Green Bay on business, the latter part of last week. ' •• • '••'••,-'•••'»'•• ••• i Mr and Mrs. John Miller were down from Egg Harbor'...

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 — 22 September 1915

THM DOOB COUNTY HBrB SEPTEMBER 29, J91& and That/rom ere ^^^^tp^^err^^Waa here^Sa^rday/ ben ^ f l o o r - ^liiS:the^ ceiiar '.•: of ••] j . ^ ^ f i ^ ^ S * ^ 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ Miss Josie:' Re- ^|^i^:SyWi^ ^ :Gr&Bn- Bay Saturday ||§§gij&^ • ^|||^^i!rompanyi-of Algoma was here on ^^||||^6/MifeBe8.vi8abeH. Bbldt. and^Vertta ^ft^MsClaire^peirt Saturday and Sunday' Awe was down from Sawyer ^jbuBln^B,: and also for a visit on ||p^Jietoifl: jKipptag and son Joe, , mbtor- pa^^^i'overrfVom^-MapIewood on: buBine'83 0^Ba^^e^:^'i/ •: / •''•,-, •', •' .•:• •. .-•.. • \\. . ' \\ ^|0?si|&fi^i|B»dto: was a business VJsl- eg||K : 'toj|, at '\"tae: county seat on Friday ofr ^|] ^|i|fhe ?.ctmtlnaed,: rains of .-last week p|§|SVM« none too good for the .few-crops |||f^^ are : :sUirout:pf doors. -This rain tev: ^ especially bad for the potatoes. 0i'\"\"\"' '\"'\"\"'\" . . , . . sg Augus t Ross o- f thi s township num- \"bered among the many who were .granted citizenship papers at the ^speci...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 September 1915

.^!nffi PflOB :#TO!CT/^^ SEED CORN jWfi||j|Jarvestjng Seed Corn I § CK^p^^Medium Sized Ears :jl ili,p^Strong ^Vigoous'- • : jTheite'JB Danger of Selecting Ears Too I L^rse—If the Season is Late and : Cold or Frosts Come Early We ! w , ! ' \" a V e a Lot of Soft, Chaffy, • Moldy Light Corn From Which to i Get Seed for Our Next Year's Crop. jBy PROF. P. G. HOLDEN, Director : Agricultural Department Interna- i tional Harvester Co. of New Jersey. 1 A good sized ear is essential to a good yield. It indicates that the \"ear comes from a strong, vigorous, healthy stalk and that in turn it will produce stalks and ears having a strong con- stitution and hardiness. No one would think or selecting for seed small, weak puny-looking ears. Corn has ibeen bred for the grain or ear until the proportion of corn to stalk is ab- normally high and consequently the •tendency Is for the ear to become smaller unless we select larger ears than we expect in the average of the crop. Select Medium Sized Ears...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 September 1915

^ivitftepared. by tho tlnltcd States Depart. f|SS'i5:^\"': &meht 6t Agriculture.)•'•.-••'•'••'•.. •..•• ||ijfa^®P by:i.beeif 'rhas within the' past tew, epl^Ws^attaiiied^^-pbpular position:with |!||^?xwiwumer of .beef, and staking tho ^|j?res^t.fe.ed lo t and market conditions |*8^criterIon^it would appear that its | | £ g p b p b J a r t t y ^ j^00^^^6::^nBnmlttg^pubUc''.' is-. de- g||f maftdin^JinpriB^small, cuts of: high-qual. js|p?ii^bjeefS: |||^l^acttpti: pf' bept Juiye been brought ^ l ^ ^ ^ ^ y f / r t ^ t i n c r e a s e d • cost of grpw- . ^SfffMs^^jSo claBapf beef more fulfills ^llg^pliwgttlrements of.both producer and |fia|^n^Unier,thanvd6es,-Vbaby beef \" . ':'.. ^S«VjC|uidiUbn.s:on tliiBTanges:havo'great- ||S S^.yCliangea.l''\\ye arS't ago cattle were |jS^ie'pl uhtll:3Vtb .5,years of age, but-bet- 0Sfv^r?bullB and^ consequent general im- 0f||Hiroyeih^nt. : in quality and maturing ^g ^l iabillty in market cattle, together with ||j^ieayier::?grain-'? feeding,has ma...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 September 1915

LEGAL NOTICES \"L.-\\,'^V, 15—Ct STATE OP WISCONSIN, OIEC0IT COURT Door County. V w • • : August Struck, Plaintiff, vs.: George P Foas and Mary (correct first name unknown)* FoaaWs wife: land the\" unknown heirs of Jeorg F. FOBS, George -W. Finch and Mary (correct flrat name unknown): Finch, his wife -John Crommell and Sarah CrommelU, his wife' H. A. NoyeB and Jane, (correct arst name un- Jcnown) Mores, Vhis wife, Bnfns Ames and Kate (correct first name unknown) his wife, •William Runnella and Mary Runnels, his wife and the -unknown lairs':at \\aw 0 £ William Runnels*„Geqrgs Bahde, and Mary (correct first, name unknown) Bohde, his wife the unknown Owners, -and to all whom \"it\" may concern. : Defendants.,. • • «•* The State-of Wisconsin to the said de- fendants and each of'thehr:- You are hereby, summoned to appear with- in twenty days of the. service of this notice osclusiye, of the day of service and defend the above entitled action in the court afore- said: and^la case of your...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 22 September 1915

m m- ew? lf§ One of the fewest and Most Modern fi$lgb&r ^^ *aaft^a^c£s ift -.' ^^ti^e^^p&t'wai^^u H t-at ilui /Maht- Itowoc vjpuiiflthg^ajid prydock Company l^^meS^eople Jot - thatCcll^ca^feel |3uat]^ :pj oi^ ,f|iaunchiSev ^ a s ^attended/ by P^sideht |^i:.G}en.e.ral • Ianage Thorp anil^tlier |officialS rf^iat company- wfib|stood ^ l & ' i t h e r ' s on a s^ecialiy^prej^red ^tjancl riear the howJottbe bc^ti Albert :^driehlliwa also OB the st^id and ^tiwa«\"up6n this yoiing gfentle^an-that Itne'Vlionolr of christening-theims'boat ^coMerr§dfi/|:^ ~^^i~:..'. .'•'/• ' .^*/-\" . • -: Si•Â« PromptlyA^fj the given hour after ?ttte%edgesvhad been driven from un^ •&^tj<iitt£ '.an^^^ ej^pnwn^it/^arrto ^ Baletyj'aeyice.-iv' ]r'[ '• •':%:- : . t^^'^-^v ir Tlte /first boat bought by ffie founder oftiieltaeoitAugust jiO, 135^ tveis the Huron, a^^ Bidewheeier witlr a gross, of about 348 tons.. In twelve, yea^s the Huron was but one of a fleet, necessi- tating the incor...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 September 1915

-*• ! * f ! § ! ^ ^ yy THE DOOR COUNTY NEW^'^EWS WORTH WHILE' '••fiOX^fmi 8TUB6E0N JBAY, WISCONSiy.WEDSESDAY, SEPTEJCTEB S9, 1915 Report of Cheese Factories and Creameries for the Year of 1915 as Made by the Assessors. Thousands of Pounds of Cheese Made Here }iai$ecis for the Year of 1916 Even Brighter and Better Than the Past Year Door county is fast becoming a dairy county ::as„ Caii be seen by the follow?- infeiflB^res whicn have been obtained fitmfjffiorfe received by County Clerfc, Heriache, from the assessors of the county. Last year there were five creamer- ies in Door county, with an assessed value of ?12,100. There were four hundred and sixty-three patrons of these creameries who owned, collect- ively, two thousand three hundred and fifty cows. The total amount of but- ter fat derived from these cows amounted to 314,408 pounds and theprietors sum of $82,516.61 was. received by the patrons of the creameries. Since the \"time of that report, how- ever, other creameries have ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 September 1915

it it ft MMliiii:iiiiiiIlil iiiiiiiiiilit ^ {iW:Mi^eBi^^rlday of last weelt •' v 3Pm^SyeiQlng from a couple of weeks ^ ^it -rt 'Se?mpur with relatives. : :'• -y i'i^^Chj^ Goettleman-Warner Co. receiv- ed a carload shipment of Ardee flour ^ffie] iafe -^rtr pf iast weelc.- ' :' .•''•'• '•'•/ )} ~:yWi I. Cornell made -one of his regu- iar business trips'••:'(&' Algoma pa Prl-their •Â£ilajri'&£^ IJj^ttii'Gperler:\".expects, to^: leave this '^Kif^rtoT:,Chicago to • continue' his' .gStudJ^ • ^Mrs/ , Elling-Kilnkenberg and Mrs.winter.: ^^an^Renler left for Green Bay oh rfJMiwiday morning for a short visit ? !f H -/-It Isherwood and A. A. Bathko inade^ ia trip to Green Bay Saturday jeVening^ returning again' on Monday :-inornUiigy:^-:--':' \"-' :'•':•'. : ^hrad Rpgne left this week for 'Chicago where he expects to finish his '^nPdical training at the Rush Medical ::Gpileg&-- - :.' ^: .'.'•'.\"''• Mrs. Joseph Schineider returned the • r latter part of last week frpnl Chicago •yi...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 September 1915

^ c J P ^ ^ t t h $ News Bnt«»d M ••eond-ctui m»tt«r jaly 1. 1014 »t the poatofflco at Sturgeon B»yTwli- •Oiuln, andaT tha act of Harcb 8, 187U. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BX THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS . '.'••••.(/nceijSorafrd) ..-'.•• *ABL M. LAPLANT, Preaident and Manner 0.-.A» LOITDBERG, Yiee-Preaident W. B. WAOENBR, Sacretarjr iSS* TfetttuW.- Addreu »U commumioaiiona to The New,, Stnrgeon Bay, WUconain. Subscription Price, $1.00 Per Year Sturgeon BayjWIf^ September 29,1915 ^ TBe Steady Subscriber How dear to our heart igthe steady subscriber, who pays in advance without skipping a year \"Who takes out his money and offers it gladly, and casts round the 'dfflce a halo of cheer. Who never says, \"Stop it, I cannot afford it,\" br \"Getting more papers each week than I read,\" , .But always says,•-.\"Sena it, the whole ..( family likes :it, in fact, it is one in- dispensable need.\" • ] How welcome his check, or his crisp U. S.- dollar how he makes our heart throb and our eyes fairly dance...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 September 1915

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ' • ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ • • ^ ^ & ^ J j ^ i ^ ^ ^ ltfllti i^J^Stj:, * * * * * * * ' * * * x * . * * * X»K^^HW^^HHf*4Hfr^HfrJHHHtI^JHHHHHt:X XX X X H X K X X X X X X X* * # . t t » . U ! 0 * W U O I * l * W M 0 1 l V V V Vi Vi II 0 •**. SB \\» # \\* %f V %/. . • T A 'I A A A A A*1, SAL E -STARTS And Lasf a Positively ONL Y ONE WEEK • » . » u %* ii fr^***********^***^^^^**^ LOO K AT THESE »MHHHHHHHHMI^tt*'*M»X»i $00 Sh^ts former price $L0Ofiw^ 500 Shirts that were $Oc^n^?kI^-0^^ 7%af masf go af i/iis SALE. We will give50%per cent discount on any Hat or Cap in this Store, ..-: : ::,..i_^_i^,i:i.:.:..._. War makes no difference with these •••/Prices..-.\" . . ::^\"3:!/?lWr: HH************HH H XXX X X-X XXX•#.****** SHOE S 100 pairsof good SHOES'that must ^ SAmmJMS than COST PRICE, jt^j^^r of SHOES and we will give you 40 per cent discount UNDERWEAR M^ Women's and Children's^ wearforthisSALEwUib^ cent-discount To all purchases of $10.00 and over we will sellSO poiiiids of...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 September 1915

•THE BOOB COTOTX RiEWS SEPTEMBER 28,1915 TOiiiLNj MAT HIRE ifrom ^ ^ ^ 6 HABBOft 'YY ./' . Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Bley and babe, Sunday^ at the Leroy home. Mr. Boese and family of Sturgeon Bay, were' Sunday callers here. \", John Bertsohinger nas put In a new wagon scales In front of his place. Our town was well represented at the fair as usual. Sam Boscoe was on the sick list last week. „' •'caution Jas. Wilson made a flying trip to the Bay Saturday. Wayne Wellever of Sturgeon Bay was a guest of his sister, Mrs. Garde last Sunday. '.,.-. Celia Bogenschutz left for Bscanaba •where she plans on remaining for the winter. \" :v.'.i Frank .LaJMere of Jacksonport, transacted business in Horseshoe Bay Friday and Saturday of last week. • Miss Harriet Peterson, teacher in Bist. No. 4, spent the week end with friends at Jacksonport. .—..'. Edward Bavry, teacher at Judd- ville, spent the week end at his home here. V'.: •:.'•- ::.'-.'•.• '..r~-V-.-~.r~r..-' '' '•- Daniel Kabat of Green Bay, 'spen...

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 — 29 September 1915

\"\" '•' ' * — — • • \" ti r i i \" I I - • •,••. ,:•,'•• - - • • s M§ il^iiemMj^'^nBj sipped tw&icars ||tfpi&|tt£^ § f £ | ^ e c ^ ^ turkeyg ff/-g«nd: it::^ 'TOi^Jlarye:'Henry ::Klretme^ fann^in i^i&wiiSojrj.JackBOhport ^tich'con- ofyi^ jcgreB 'was} op last week «pttt'|tt^Otoland'|iejukinjr'o :Shbbby-' \"''itotjr j3^^^^pi^.:C-v : .:'''v.- -: '.v \", '•• • ?ffi£&lajrjpef Tat and other Machinery and s^^pa^totfbt'•.ui^e ink a : cfieese • factorybooking ^S*i&V.rece'ived bere the first of the week. V-|Th © machlneiy Is for the hew cheeBe r|^fr1idb^?ne^ | meeting i t the home of Margaret Rey- nolds on Monday, October 4th. Any yfph^ fishing ^ take up the'Jstudy 6t Sitionymporary Drama this winter with gvtoe club i^ cordially: invited \\ to be • : The Rebekah lodge gave a stocking fi Boclai in the I.O. O.F. lodge rooms ^pniTuesday ^evening. A good \" sized crowd of people participated in the captivities. The proceedji are to bo \\ ^sed for the orphan's home whic...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 September 1915

, - *HB pobB-xopyre^ifjEW^ sfii^]^B ^'iM^: % liew \"Welting made' a business trip '.to^Gic^eiiXB^iTuesday. ^. , -./ t^:itawrfence W.asbburn: leaves today, - ^ ^ n e ^ d ^ ^ f p r ^Milwaukee: .,'•'•\".' : J^idn$K Wijitson :wKo.: is teaching iii 'ijeyBraB^la^distfict spent the week !:^^^^bS^6^':jin:the:,6ii^^•',:'^ :'V \" 'J^^^iftC^t 3?iar.- iB^{bcfkte:d,\"at' Oconto ^^iM^^^t-^i^r^^- ••' j ^^ml)p c ^e^er8on 'y 'as-up'', from Green L B J ^ . & ^ W StfaflayV vipitipg1 with, rela- j 3i?Bei£-'Ctoiiii^q£Mablewobd,was a vlsl- |i!!|&r^l^!th^-ipj|t^\".^^^^ttrira}ns-- on 'Moi%- jlr and Mrs. C. X LaPeer of Fishl ^ Lpreek.-, were , visitors. • In , 4he ,..eity', on [Monday. \"' '-j.'.\"/^.^ ••' •'•••. Snpt! A.:T8.'- Doolittle of th6#*enin6ula:.rettirtedto Estate Park, .was down •|frbTfiw 'Fish' | Creek on business Friday- , Jacob Pfeifer of Baileys Harbor was [a business visitor in the city on Mon- |day. '.?••'':'-.••'' -• ,'•'••.-' ' Emil Laundin of Gills Rock was a I caller at .thie ...

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 — 29 September 1915

*W*M0'l and That from pS)i^^^ liincd|liJi retar^ng bit Monday: bit jGreenBaywas here i p e w j ^ '• with i ^ ^ « r ^ $ l i ( ^ h a r ^ b ) t burgeon ^Bay |||i^|j^^|| :| p^ -'^,-S.^:: ^: ^ ^ ^ ^ l i S a p i ^ i . l i B ^ ! ^ i t o r 3 the J, ••,'-t: ^^^^S^5.^^'^XpityilM^e/::-:^Beitti -'v Saturday ^ | | | » | ^ i ^ ^ i ^ t t e s s i f ^'J.-::H: / ^ ^ ' » „ v ''3^.• '-. | | | | ^ | n ^ ^ i 6 a ? i Was d w n here Pri- ^^^Bln^ j totereBte.33'A I f f i J ^ S ^ ^ i ^ l i B ^ ^ b e r spent a Jtiw daya S i^!-ttien-d^A:ana3also -attended ^the ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ | ^ j j ^ ^ ^ e g g r i e ^ ont8atur7 ^ l ^ d l i ' ^ e ' ^ b r ^ m o r e •visiting:,with ^ ^ •KtatiwB'i an'd'.^e'ndgJ:3':. ! j | ^ g | ^ ) ^ ^ -on ^f!Biat^aj^byenuig:.from a visit at• She-' jfll^jl^^ and l l ^ f t A i v e s ^ r •^ ^'/Ji^: ':3.'.: - ,: : -' '.'.'. A' \" | p ^ M I s s Even's•was. over.'from Algoma ||f i iB'OTeral#hQUr8' pri Saturday : visiting l^h^rb^Ui'^her : jnany- friends,.. She:was ll^^oimpanie^hy^a: few 'of her scholars ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 September 1915

fffltrDOflfft COUHTl NEWSt- ^EPTEMBEB 29, 19^15 ft^?^^ and Satisfaction ^ I l i K e Result of a Fair That was''Credit-: : • .:• J:. :'|M|^:^ County \\ . \\ - Thei~1915JDoor County Fair has » h } e M d ' g o n e and with Its depar- ture there lingers nothing but the plcabantest memories, for the 1915 fair from every 'viewpoint and in all man- ners was a howling success an i will bo remembered ar. being a most suc- cessful one. Of course it will be the aim of the directors and those who have any- thing to do with the fair to make the 1916 fair bigger and better and al- ready plans for improvements over the recent fair have been formed, so aeven at this early writing we are loo.t- iny forward to nejrt.yearns mammoth •exhibition. / The fair/was everything that it should have been and Wednesday prov- ed tojje a gala day, it being estimat- ed/that between 5,000 and 6,000 people ere on the grounds. One could not Tealize that such a vast crowd was present until he got a glimpse of the many...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 29 September 1915

§||§§||ie7^^ p*'i^''iijentefl^^'^7- ^-'*'''--?'-' f§P#P? ^Esflmatal- Expendituresv, V::S ^ | E ^ r a b ^ : v ^ i ' 7 v7y.^ :. : 77^ 7 266 ^l^rptSi|^^»^\"rV:^ • • r-X(r •'• »'^ 2007babies .:.-.. :..*:•/' \"100 .$25,350 ||S3(§$!^ ^ 450 glf$j^|M^ai^ ||g 5Si^iCpmm -,::.7• .: •':' .240 |ii»ta*^ptoMestlc:'^lenfc^ AhV: ^7.7 7 300 |^A^!ftil(W^bin TdwnB''.' .^K^~'.v.Y. '2850 psyci^-sdhooi •*«•'.# .'• .•. .:.vx7-. 14000 . . . ^ « | B e t ^ 'Cpiui^ JMlies^'sra'fi • 'a. decided success7 and the gr^eatest Af^Interest :was:: tal^ in 'the! ebhie^hyj-all^^:^ i-^ inhere 7y?ere seventy entrh?s7:in the entire, rontt^ in the city and the rural districts were carried off hy one-yearK)id&^'V -Jane Antoinette Washburn, the one- year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. 6. H.iW^hburri carried away the sweep- sj^e honors from the re3t iof the city. by a score7of 90. The other sweepstake honor was carried off by Lee Birmingham, the one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Birmingham of Sevastopol, who sco...

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 — 6 October 1915

^ } S ^ f THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS—\"NEWS WORTH WHILE' f O I D M B ^ ^ STUBGEOX BAY. WISCOItSiy.WEPJfEStaY, OCTOBER 6,1915\" NUMBEB FIFTEEN lHtKKXKllK«]tKKMKItK«XXK»KWKKlC»XimKKKlCKKKKKKXKKKKIimiM« Dies Early Saturday Morning After Being Serir pusly Sick Since Last March. Resident of This County For Nearly Forty Years tjfe Was One o f Sevastopol's Foremost and Leading Citi- zens, Well Liked by All Who Knew Him. ' William Bartel of Lily Bay, town of Sevastopol, .one.of the old settlers in that town answered the final summons of the Grim Reaper on last Saturday morning, his death being due to a complication of diseases. He has been jtl since last March, and being well advanced in years, did not survive the long lingering illness. He made his home with his son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerlach on their large farm, which was formerly owned by him. have been faithful residents ever since. Their union was blessed by the birth of three children, one son George, who died a ...

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 — 6 October 1915

mm$^m?m@mmm. immmmmm V j|n*ir :fx ^ of Nase- J^tij^e^ ww ^pn Tuesday brought here *Pomjf PesWgo,: deceased bad J::'idiedi /he being/:aa/' Inmate' of an asy-Visitor ^IfoOTgnX^itols^ty by Henry keilman. ^^cedent was~ lti bis 82nd year and had been an inmate of the asylum for -•^iipwaxA of 12 years. Previous to that • time -tie :had made \" - his residence in |)tiiietto\\vn: of Ttesfewaupee with his ^brptfier-in^lay, Henry Heilman. 1 le /y^aa well known by many of th oll !:«r residents of this ward and vicinity. ^V i j ^ has two sisters Jiving here, they beingi Mrs. Henry Heilman arid Mrs. :/Klemm. '|V/ . •:-.•'•-:•• : ^ h e funeral was held on Wednesday afternoonfrom the German At V. church. Rev. Brandt ^, officiating. In^ terment was made in the Nasewaup town cemetery • JEfenry Perry, of the Perry Gram : .Co, of Forestville, motored here on business Friday of last week. \"The tworyear-old daughter of Mr.ter. and Mrs. Frank Cumber has been ser- iously ill for the past few days.' -......

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 6 October 1915

Arrived in Oireeh Bay on Wednesday Evening to Assume Episcopal See of This Diocese. The reception and demonstration of •welcome given to Rt Rev^ Bishop Paul P. Rhode, who arrived in Green Bay on Wednesday evening of last week to assume charge of this diocese will probably go down in the history of this state as one of the most notable events of this kind. Hundreds of priests and laymen from all parts of the state, besides thousands of Green Bay people were present, and the reception committee met the Rt, Rev. Bishop, when his v special train pulled into Green Bay was a large and most enthusiastic one. Rev. Broens of this city numbered among the delegation of priests who went to Chicago and accompanied the bishop'to Green Bay. Joseph Wolter of this city numbered among the delegation from this dio- cese who met the pary as they entered Oshkosh.' There were also several priest from this county who attended the reception at Green Bay on Wed7 nesday, they being Rev. G. P. Ber- nache and ...

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 — 6 October 1915

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