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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

frmPOOJt COUHTf HEWS, DECEMBER 1, 1916 PREPARE '^ FOR CHRISTMAS RIGHT NQW PREPARE FOR CHRISTMAS RIGHT NOW What a Joy to Give Presents! And H e that Giveth Shall Receive. Now is The Time Our Store is The Store to buy things to give all of your Friends and Family. The rush will soon be on. So come this very week and buy your Christmas Needs while you can take plenty of time to choose what you w a n t Our Store is The Store Where Your Money goes FAR. G I F T S U G G E S T I O N S For Baby Embroidered. Dresses Bootees Socks-'/:'. ••-•',.,'\"- :•:.:'.'V': Caps.,/ ::^::^-. ' HOOdS/\" '':•.':-' ^ -:.^/) \"'!' V 'Mittens ' .v''\"'f:r/ -. -\\r Soft Sole Shoes Beauty Pins .Outing Gowns Brush and Comb Sets ' Crochet Eimona Jackets Crib Blankets Moccasins , Fur Carriage Robes Bath Blanket and Towel Dolls . • .'••.'\"..'' Go-Carts Toy Dishes A. B. C. Books Sweaters Toys of all Kinds ..Teddy Bears , for Father Shirts Suits Overcoats Shoes JTies Collars ' Slippers Sweaters Mufflers , Handkerchiefs...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

jjl^ito^^^ Jfe23|^^ ! *oi«»e(l »• »tteondclM» matter rfufrl, iu014 »l the postomoe at Sturgeon Bay, Wit- tOnsili. under the act of March 8. 1879. •f'v , PtTBLISHKD WEEKLY BY THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS •y'i' ' ' • '•'•'• '•• Uncorparatnn '•':•:••-.-'.:,-'••'.': iARlj M. luAPLANT, President and Manager C. A. LUNDBEBG, Vice-President = .-.'.• ,AvV: J WAOENKR, Secretary and Trennrer. Address all cotuniumications to The Neva, :fH '^ :-':. \"\"''Sturgeon.Bay, Wisconsin. •...' . Sabscriptioti Price, $1.00 Per Year Stnrgeorf llajy Wis, December 1, 1915 Ivlf -the members of the county board could take a trip on the- main high w ^ e today th/ey-would see beyond any reasonable doubt that it will take an amount considerably larger than was appropriated tar repair the roads that Teally. need it True, the automobile fund may. be used for that purpose also, but if any\" of the roads are oiled the fund will be insufficient. : Kit there is any .place where the gov- ernment- should aid the marine men...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

THE DOOB COUKCT SEWS, P^CTaBEH 1, 11 TH^T from mm ANDTTHER R --J fvichtenberg. BA1LEI8 HARBOB „-t. O »f. Leo M. Kohlbeck motored to the me Bhot in his face and neck last Harbor on Thanksgiving taking ''lin- \"eek is getting on nicely, the acci- ner at the Old Homestead Inn. '\"'\"' Sentlnotw laying him up— from his wor.k Deliaa Johnson, spenit a few days Jatu ^ h K WASHINGTON ISLAND I the storm,. W « M \" V ' ' At a meeting of the stockholders of A, „ T . -«»• creamery association last week, I fe„™!!, L . ??n * h o g o a char„EeV„l o after the^regular business was over! •Â»•of'thedirectors, John Aznoe, in- ' t r ^ u c e d ^ resolution thanking Wll- ikt al . — - . - - . . u u . , B1KU » u- w aaTui Mam Jess for the1 part he has taken T, • ' \" e . s e e m s a l m o B t miraculously her home near Ellison Bay, returning 1« making: the newr enterprise a 8UC . l ? r t u n a t e m »et»ne off so easy. •essMt Is a well known fact that with- ^ r s - A n d r ?w. Anderson was called t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

^l^i^0ai^Bwie^i^:Vcili\\ one 61 $$^&^--^J$ tt^Chtei^ market ^^i||itaii4Bisr :^ ^i^: wtek,.:1,Tiwee: cars |S$^3^^-'7^JP»^^X:-:Stene&iaJi' '&^on 'and |||^ittor8 ^ ftS# we^. oaad' ^e^ta^r&r of, |!f £:«jma|! place-vwas'•re-papered and redeemexcellent o stark: paid a ThankBgivlng visit ifftttie. homeof'Miv and JJr^lEiiiAcker, |!w|n«f i|pt|p^cJoafl^:m«avpackage, it fcelng a bright baby girl who was made ^Igtot welcome, i her appearance on jifartitejr idajr makingfit a happy occas. h -|p: *he:^ltefAmusement Co^ Is thte ^ ^jreek:' making a tour of the county CvVjiWitMothe moving pictures which were ^(italten b)E Sturgeon Bay,•.this, slimmer. :, Up-to-date they have met with packed |!v!touses, the pictures of the county seat h ^rovmgjInteresting and appealing to ^ttji\" Cotuity: residents.v '.''': .i.. : -j, . v! The LaMere^ garage within the week r?»W' a 19l6 Hudson cabriolet car to W&L C. Klbbey tjf theI United Fruit Grow* v: ^ s . The car will be delivered shortl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

DOORCOUPfTY JfEWS, - DECEMBER 1, 1915 Wm0lvesin Print ^ ' Evan Evansen ofc£phrah was a .:.business visitor.to the city Tuesday. .' ?' Chas. RUckert, otrEllison Bay was\" ibustoess visitor.\"In: the city on Wed- :' . iesdayof last ^eelc »: :• Fred Adlersof .^acksonport was a business visitor- in^the city for sev- eral hours on'Mond^r. ' :YMT- and ••}&'£vJCX-- J. Simon returnedWeb ion Monday^ Yeyentag from a several tfays pleasure: trip to Milwaukee. 1 Jos. iHugenmth .of \"Sister Bay was 'to the city^ Tuesday • enroute for the south on a businesstrip. Y ' :Y : i . AugustYBfantv apdYspn • flairry 'of «aUeysY^rikrmotored to the .city ..Tu^Bday vpn d-few hours visit T B. J Y l * ^ r e a n d r l t C. Kibbey of ihe tfnttedYPruit Growers Co.. left on iTuesday..afternoon for Milwaukee .. '. George' Larson 6f,Ephraim was a business visitor in the city on Tues- day of this week-'' :.-Y ':. C. E. Mantriey, the Green Bay mon- ument dealer was a visitor in the city -between trains on Mond...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

Our stock is so systematically arranged that you can make a selection in a few minutes at our Store. You namewhat you want in the Music Line and we will show it to you in our Interes t Yo u ^-$Siil$&itfb Edmund Gram, Steinway, Hazelton Bros. Haddorf, Apollo, Strohber, Hoffman, Wallett & Davis, Kline Accordions and Con- certinas/Auto Harps Mouth Organs and Musical Toys. String Instruments Guitars and Mandolins, Banjos, Violins, Violin Cello, Bass Viol Ukuleles. ANY AND ALL BRASS INSTRUMENp FOR A BAND : Electric and Spring -.- Edison, Columbia, Aeolian-Vocalion and Victor. All popular and Classical Music. Wood and McKinley edition. • A special lot of second hand Edison Cylinder Ma* chines that must go regardless of cost. Imported Revolving MUSICAL TREE STANDS ONOTDAYS left to do your f CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Largest Display of ^ Piano Stands and Benches _ ever exhibited in this part of the county 5000 IN STOCK To Make a Selection From We can please the most exacting. Thousands and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

J3y A DELA GRAY v fqjpyrlght. 1S16, by W. G. ChapnuuLy ^ ^ / Doctor Forman Baid Tie /thought Elsie Clavering could be'cured ** •* pimple operation Elsie looked ^** W™ wIt & the wistfillness always •r.tyrSp-seen in the eyes of the cripple, mingled with'the incredulity of one ^ho had never known what it was to wwl without crutches. The spinal in- jiiry,rat seven,-had left her a helpless Invalid for eleven years. Fortunately. *£«»: Covering girls—Elsie and Madge ^were comparatively well-to-do. After. .•their parents: died they had lived with jyiarlous relatives, but a year before Madge, on'reaching her majority, in- sisted 6n returning to the old house in tOTOyV where they had resided ever fiince. ^Doptor Forman must have been J?€*,ty fifty- He had an air of distinc- tion, arid people learned that he had ieen attached to the famous hospital m the heights in the metropolis until his /health broke down under the strata ot work. He had bought a house •in to'vm and announced that ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

r . - . ^ E ^ p O B X p f l ^ ^liilKlivfiS r 'ARI0U 8 PREPARATIONS THAT ^giiAS hEco^MiENpED.:, £. lii^h'From Its/. Use' -as .si'\" Beverage |^l»l* ^ro:ia::Number.of Way* ins .'. \" \"|W|^cn : ,t^llolou8: Bean..:May '...-. ££• ^-^v^Be'Empioyed.•'•'.''''.'''.' p!^Poiteei i8: a- flavor always at the call '^tfeiMpk.Briaoiie that can be re- ^vpn iwhen ft-ulta fail. - The medlcl- I qualities of coffee are due to its omatic essential oil—and it ia that, I^copMo, which gives the flavor. As he roasting brings out the flavor of tie oil, the roasting should be care- s s tibrie. When using coffee for lavoring make it by percolating boil- Birjwater through the freshly ground Cpffee Jelly*—Soak an ounce of elattn in a cupful of cold water and' Ussolvo in three cupfuls of boiling . *?**?•-Add two cupfuls of sugar and fcwfiXof strong coffee, and strain into VCvtopld. Harden and aerve with rhipped cream, garnished with mac- P^Coffee Mousse.—Boll a cupful of Jj^ottBeiand two tablespoonfuls of sug...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

v ind' Mrs.^ Sail Peny went to j n -gatfFriday on 'business and sur&coinbihect- - rt Fabry spent, his Thanksgiving U home of Us parents in the town :coln..: ,/ .. '••'/• • : . -./• uis kreft of :Rlo Creek delivered pr- six cylinder Oakland car to jer Wm. Bastar oh Monday of last I Devroy, representing . Joannes and Al Schunk of the Brenner ompany of Green Bay called on customers here Monday. Ella kretlow arrived home Mineapolis, Monday, at which she had been spending the past ner. . .,-. • ,'.^.'.' .''••!•• ^_s Koukel took his wife to Greenwas uesday to one of the large hos- in that city to be operated on ppendicitls. Schneider and wife of Algoma up on the Thursday morning to spend Thanksbiving at the of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Weber, and Mrs^ Benton of Green Bay Thanksgiving and visited a few at the home of Mr. and Mrs: Har- larling. The Fred Voight farm m this town- ship was sold last week to Otto Sch- midt of Kewaunee county. The place is a good one, the firjst owner being an indus...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 1 December 1915

^fp§|f#eei^^ ||||pSMe'i| |i| :^|^aa^^ |£§||y^«r||^ J B ^J of »ithe1week' and when his cori- ^^i^^1?-^^^-r^W\"^'^E''*\\'^'^*ft-vH^'*P'tt*.r--**'€Â»:: was. |§§|y/:--o\"yer t^^ . - born In |^f f Syfe^Ybrkl rind- Vermont,, also ':'. livinged §y|g^g^bi^tim^ 00+^$ 'din?' in Canada tiat he wan'•.united. fM|y|/&iyii^^ the mar: ||S flTl8#e . ^^vfe^r^^^^'i?8*'!^.'. .lii~l' tli©-- lumttep^buslnoss ^i^i'^^8hdrUy : aftor.'the death b£his wife, £§:®'-yi^earsag^mbvedto:tillsstato/ He lfp^S-'*^^ S/ |U\\SKlciilandcounty, later moving to this ^^i^^n /i^2^t»v:ma1|tet:bl^-home: with gffe^lils daughter who then resided on the £ g= TH Hatch FniH jFarm wldch is no\\/ owned || ^p v:^d^JF^?^a/1^ \"H^-W. Ulispergor. He $l$-,y.^bas madehiaihonie.hpro ever since, ex- f fi//:s^-fcept'.for.'.'-a slu^rtywhilo when he pur- M % './ «haBed^bmo property jnMissouri, sell- ^ 0. inK out abort after purchasing same ?- ^ n d returning here. He resided at the S 0 Hatei place, preferring 'the, quiet ://g...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

'Gf?^^ etivMi I I I :&tM THE DOOR COUNTY NEWS^N|iWS WORTH WHILE' STURGEON B AAVWISCONSIN WF.ONESIlAY, DECEMBER 8, 1915 ^Irs. Jennie Stephenson a Resident of Door County for Sixty Years Passed Away Friday. Matt Perry, Sr., Dies at His Home in Forestville LRuth, Daughter of Mrs. Jas. Halstead Dies in Arizona. \" Was Loved and Respected by All. When the Grim^Reaper Invaded the jperry home at Forestville Sunday and took therefrom Matthew Perry sr., he took from our midst one of 'the coun- ty's earliest settlers and pioneer resi- dents of that part of the county. The aged gentleman passed away at the home of his son Edward M. on Sunday morning at 7:45. The entire community in which he 'resided and his many friends in all parts of this county and the adjoin- iny county of Kewaunee were grieved to learn of his death. He was one of the notable figures in the county's ear- liest history having come here when this place was only a wilderness and heing one of those men to whom this county ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

THE DOOR imrsri 3MfEpB$ Wcsjii^ffim' K illlliiilliPi^Peli wm^mimm Green Bay on Monday, returning the 'sme\".everili^'C' :1 . JiOtto Hoffman spent a few days of last.Week at Fond du Lac, returning on Thursday evening. J Milton Aj^l retttrned on'PrWay ev- enlng f rom his vacatioa trip and visit at:failwaukee **\"HI ' ^ :'y':'': • Miss Elsie Dretar has returned from : her home in Algoma where she had been visiting for a couple of weeks. .John Brandt jr. returned last week from a lengthened absence, having vis- ited at a number of places.-He came home directly from Omro, Wis. yH. R. iBlverwobd was at Milwaukee thefirst of- the week on a business .•'telp and also to attend the lumber- men's meeting. Mr, and Mrs. Theodore Hanson were visitors at Green Bay Sunday, spend- ing the day with their daughter Ida 'who is employed in that city. Cornell are rejoicing over the newhas edition to their family. Art Baplen and R. Okrusch, motored up from Luxemberg oh Sunday for a short visit with their ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

^^C^ii^ ffews ••ft. M ™Jwfflt* ••Â»*• Btwr«*o«- B»y, Wil- l i * r ^ « l o f MMWi 8. IbVfc. SSbR COUNTY NEWS 'SMDKEBG. V i c . - P r e . l d . n t . tfAGENER' Sacraury and Treasurer. : .11 cunitutfJiicatifi\" \"-'Sturgeon B»y. Wisconstn. » to The Newi, ItionPrice, $ 1 . 0 0 Per Tear f* „ Bar, Wis, December 8,1915 Wo, agree with another one of which is needed \"to keep up the penses of the government I t is not the,amount that people bbiect to as much as the annoyance and the feel- ing that it is utterly unnecessary. A revision of the tariff wauld be a more dignified way of meeting the running expenses of a government like ours. The income tax, too, heeds revision of a nature to popularize it. The idea of ah income tax is all right, but the present system of levying it: is not in line with-popular idea's: There- are indications^ that there will be work in Plenty for Congress when it, assem- bles and'.that the session^ is.likely to be a protracted one.—Marinette Eagle- Star.\" ...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

At BARGAINS!^ Cash or terms reason Piano or any nius Do not fail to see and hear the latest creation .^Vv: ^'^/^-^ WOrld Elwood Apollo Player More than human m^i9xecuti6hV GaShle^lay^ ed either by hand, fdot-power or electrically Considering what it is capable of doings the prlc^^inost reasonable. Remember , you mOTerjh^ housed m a / r e ^ WON- |BE§^IiMsjpjrt|^ Our stock of Player graph Recq^^ gladly demonstrate any of them to you. Talking Machines that are second-hand have got to go within the next two v^eeks Price will be second consideration. A dozen or more of Piano Lamps that must ie^sefen io tie appreciated: Any one qf|them : would make a splendid'gift.. .- SANTA CL^JJSw^ TOYS Positivelyifo lids ev&r been exhibitedr ^c^flt^J one roofin the city. Santa Claus is going to give The ManUitoth Doll away that is exft ^ f m K ? J ? i V £ S W y MORNING the 8th, with every CASH T ^ l V I ^ l \" * • PURCHASE of 50c, we will give one ticket FREE. This ticket will Id V I* M I ® be n...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

THE POOH coMtr KE^TS, DECEMBERS, m& Wm$WMWnm- from AND THER E WASHINGTON ISLAND „ •has.. JohnBon is nursinK g a tared wrist . j - ^ u a o oyiiuDuu IB uuroui tt frac-I fc\"tared wris t ^J ,' . , The pound net fishermen have. been. S i getting excellent lifts of late. 1 J'^'jULJ P. Ottosen who has been confined / i | his bed for several weeks with \\ rheumatism is still in a weak condi- ,\" • tion.. • :,•'• :\"•*••'• Miss Lena Einarson left the latter jart of last week for Milwaukee where she will remain during the winter. Fred Andeson was found in his shack Sunday in a very poor condi tion. He was conscious but unable 13\" -George M. Clark at his cottage here. • talk . . ' V--' v-* - —:•• • -..: •. Nothing has been heard of the two cargoes of potatoes that left here more than that they reached their- destina- tion. \"•:.'.••• •'.. V' Arent Arentson, who spent a winter en the island some years ago returned last week for a visit He is interested in evangelistic work. He is very en-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

ifc^iliillill^^ jtflgagg^^ w mmSn^^imMi *own^ Were visitors In the\" elty:^ri .The family on moving from her? went Monday. They motored here and spent to Two Rivers', but now all the boys , .R ^ ' \\ iy ^er^ain^feiy|bt ^gg«Harbofc ^giB|B.'1nWecity on.business Saturday. l^0v^ffm. •: Houle Â¥eturriM .tb Green^Bajr•and. :Mr'!i&,ThuM^ f^jjrkMbagiat -his hbme^l^toiSvCi^^l-. V ?' •^l^iSStlss'^lsie. Ibee ,arriTOd in?4ne-'city yto ^ Thursday evening from OshKosh to :S^Hr a yifllt at her homej.in this city.! ^^\"Atorney^ i ^ ^ ^ t r l p t o i Green Bay''the latter part :.:iln^:^t,we^ :^cy-v: •-'•: }:':,». '.- £}. :'•'\" ' '•$ • £$l£j C. Dana spent several .days of the :, i Jliitot week in Milwaukee on business In ^ ^ 0 » interests of the I. C. Dana Co. V • :$) . A. M. VanGhent of Pish Creek mo-Monday :' *j!pred.. to We :clty We vlatter part: of ^las t ifreek on business. , )']'%%:. Attorney Sanderson left on Tuesdaylarge / ^afternpbh for Green Bay and Marinette ^ion a business trip...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

SHE POOR COCTTY XEWS, Brief Bits S5 Rev. Horatio Gates will hold Epis- y- •bpaiservices next Sunday, December itStfi, at 10:30 in the Odd Fellows hall! %:A-^aby girl was bom to Mrs: Geo. : Palmer Sunday evening. Mrs. Palmer Kvis making her home with her father, • Jacob Sadler. \" _ ^: The Squier Grocery recently added •'a light auto delivery truck to its equlp- • vents which enables them to make :,tteir deliveries more rapidly. -.I'- A bouncing baby put in its appear-^ ' wice at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. .Stein on Thursday of last week. Mr, : .Stein Is employed at the city munici- pal plant . .-'-«•' • County Clerk Herlache paid a wolf bounty to Jule Hogan of Washington .Island on Saturday of la^t,week. The v animal was shot on the second of the -month *: '•••. ..' /•••':•..'•. • * i .^g .^^-\"'''\"\"^. •-'•'•:jpere, v. Only 14 more shopping^ days left •ibeefore Christmas, which 'means all 'should get busy at once. These days ywill, fly-past before we' realize Jthe V'*act 'Do y...

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

^^^^3r^§^3^*^A^fT*?*V^^^\"U^.i1^'^-^*'\"^'-'\"•- * • ^ ^ \\ •':-^i\"-::'i'J' - -^r ^-:* THE BOOE COUSTT KEW8. DECEMBER 8,1816 and ThatTrom jf||lilrig. LeCloux was an Algoma ^&itorjbetween trains ofl Wednesday. /'I^Oeorge^ Jennerjahhj the butcher, 3it^^tured-:.'a'.:mioe-',pn:-'.Friday. '-• -/\\••'. glVea Meyer left this Saturday morn- ing for Lena, Wis,, to pay a/visit with S|B^s6fa Emil.:::,-: ''y^-- '•'••' 'J^Mra. Wra. Hoffman ^ent to Green Bay on Saturday morning to see a doctor, she not being very well. ii^rank Brandt and family of She- toygan came up to this! place to visit v *• few days with his brother Henry. :,|iSantaClaus delivered a new piano • Into the home of Ernest Homeyer this :%iirai. Louise Seller and Mrs. Geo.on ' Schmitz took\" the Tuesday afternoon train to Algoma. : / ^ George Lehmkuhl has been Ump- jing around the past few days, the / cause being a'1 sprained ankle. ' %^.i Ernest Wolske and wife returned on Monday from their wedding trip and t will make thei...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

THF. BOOR COUT EW8 DECEMBER 8. 1915 JO. i QffKecw&Bankof'St^ ^ \" ' \" \" \" \" M M I I I I I I | I U | | I H I I M M | l | | I I M H I M M SEEDCOR N 1914 GROWN Wisconsin No 8, Wis- consin No. 12 or Golden Glow, Pridedof the North :'v: -'.j, • •.: •'\":.m ''• v - We have just received a carload, and now on hand at our Warehouse and Elevator, Sturgeon Bay and Sawyer. Teweles&Brandeis Protect Your H and Cattle % | I have a room well stocked with Woolen | Blankets both for outdoor and ~ stable wear. The prices, range from ' Come in and make your , selection gffisias^ AnAiWDay Romance By MILDRED C. COODRIDGB (Copyright. .1915, by W. O. Chapman.). It was a cruel act, that of cross- grained, prejudiced old John Marsh, when- he parted his daughter and Eus- tace Xiee. They had grown up as boy and girl. They had kissed each other for the first time under two spreading, elm treeB. She was sixteen, Eustace was two years hei senior then. She had blushed, but with happiness. He was all a...

Publication Title: Door County News 1914-1924, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Door County News 1914-1924 — 8 December 1915

1 . §§||^ or a yearmit$ any one real estate man p | | P | ^ | ^ ^ p y 5 WIRE MAN, RICHARD LEHMAN of I ^ilF sell or trade4 your farm without asking you to sign a contract a If|i||i I have sphgjor^ i i i w i ^Ipili^ii^^^ ^ e a u s ^ l ^ BUSINESS. N0T) I J p i M l ^ ^ H S ^ ^ ^ ^ i up for a y^a£ witli a foolish contract by which youprofit nothing. -^^i^M^SSS^M^S^ if y ^ at once and be prepared to do business when yow con^ for business and a high price for your farm, - P. S. I offer some of the biggest cash snaps in the County. Following are some of the farms I sold and the prices I--got for-them. . {-/^^^ Jos. Bruchner, 360 acres, Jacksonport, $35,000.00 betl ^ m * D e ^ Frank Teska, 160 acres, Jacksonport, $18,000.00 Geo. Buechner, 80 acres, Jacksonport, $10,000.00 My connections in Milwaukee make it possible to obtain these prices by being able to get outside buyers who Ifanx^st^

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