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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 May 1893

FOOD FOR MILLIONS Bestaurants Controlled l:y Mic Imposition \\ Authoritl.'.-i. ' Being assumed that he can 'reach the park and retuVn to the city with com- fort and dispatch, and-learning- of the methods of transportation within the grounds, the visitor p/e.xt, wishes to know something- abd/it the restau- rants. Know, then, tSat 00,000 persons can be seated a t the same time at the- different restaurants in Jackson park and Midway Plaisance. At all except a very few the prices are very reasona- ble, and there is as great variety as there are nations under the \\ sun. French, Chinese, Viennese, Turkish, Mexican, Japanese—all these and scores of others offer distinctive bills of fare, with .viands fraught/with inysr tery t o the American palate. New ' England dinners, lunches, table d'hote service, a la carte restaurants and every known type of what westerners call \"eating- honses,\" are provided. Prices range bu t little higher than those of down-town restaurants of the ^better clas...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 May 1893

!V \"My lis 'Why, s I H W I S T T L L . i ».01l.'-o. urine i~ If \" I hnvj-.li'tjinf ii (i:n i.' \"WbtU 'iUU'Ti-ncv fl't, :- \"KTC J left hoim.1 \"Jf jmt s.j:iii' a'.t lay Tjji• f{Ut! h o . h- -iulw/1. i«ttJuuki-V —why shouldn't she? I give her pood times- when I am there. Atid had lK.-'nmi«miblvtemporizing Every j read * * * and y, thought dav made it wore difficult for Jiim toMJ-h-',, How could you?\" ing, tried to appear as usual, arid made a wretched failure of it. Srinee then he r quite health offiwr ha? taken everv preeau- j ft P R T f TTTTTTR AT T A P f l 1 ^ ' land'oats last y you i tionto prevent the spread of the dis- ! iiA*IU.VvlJJLjl V fXJ\\Li.. l U I XVp . ! s , j 0 {ft'e d a y ' j t \"' * *••• ease. ' , ! — 1— i this silncft an 1.0-O \"Aiel if, ) \"I'll Illftrii. y i«ir y/ (III Hj.J)!i She jiH J)(.-! sbi- She muriaiinvj • \"Say, flo von llil.'ifc. th. One itiiijicnt.i')t .-.-eti'/ ••J -lo :,rt sua A LOVE LETTER. Truman was calling at the Kdwards'- lt\"wa« not one ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 May 1893

MAYORS OF CHICAGO. THE CITY HAS ELECTED TWEN- TY-EIGHT. William B. Ojrden Was the first and Was Chosen In 1837—Some. Interesting Mu- nicipal Contests During the City's Brief Career. 0 Many Were.Notable Men. Carter H. Harrison is Mayor of Chicago for th e fifth time. Th e Campaign, out of which he emerged triumphantly, was one of th e hottest in th e history of th e World's Fair city. I t began early. Harrison was desirous of being the official head of Chicago during the World's Fair, and last fall h e begau setting wires toward seenrine th e regular Demo- cratic nomination, threatening to run independently if defeated in conven- tion'. His principal opponent for th e nomination was Washington Hesing, editor of th e German paper. Hesing CARTER H. HARRISON. eatecmn convention and then icb\"«f'fhe Democratic party and •the B^publicjins nominated a citi- zens' ticketr.headed by Samuel W. Allerton, member of the Chicago Bpard of Trade and a stock yard's operator. Th e working class nom-...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 May 1893

IN THE GOU1HTY. E(!G HAHHOH. Atitoinrs, IVu'lo has.niirl the best »l»ow hMiDNbAi. (of spring wotic thus far in town. .'Henry. Tlmlin.an lta-4 rented the Frunk.u vEggHurlK)r'Sliavi»gHgW * r „ „.„.,„—itT\"^vT\"™,,...,...! !„.„«, i low Your Garden? Y,'s» J w i l * P l o w your garden m o v e d his family over there du.sl week. | JiiMKiK Killoran* won an umisiialiyi broad Kiniio ami his friimris ww unable j to discover the cause, 'lint the secret] 'leaked out at lasf, a .fine boy baby had j arrived at his house, and no wonder I J i m was happy. ] Our former townsman I'rank 15. Riley vigijed his friends here about a wo,ik ago. l i e was 'here to eollee! samples of iron mid other ores, whieh.are wild to be here, in lai'tft. purik of thix town. A saloon will be fcleaning and wh\\- fence boom. This if business, gentlemen. Shove her ahead. Hor.se Shoe Hay has a large amount, of stuff on the hank and .since we have a free canal, as a shipping point, it stands Heeondt-o none, in the eou...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

, 7 $& ••77\" ^.: kocm i* ' V77g||i|jRe^ ' SHORT wood at Keynobis fcrtmbeitCJc^s • See change in the a*lyerttai$$$#^ M. Teweles in this issue.: \\-:: ^^^0^^^^S^o^iii alI.grMes,-shapes,§olQrf A car load of v e h i c l e s . : r e e ^ i | | p ^ i ^ ^ l l i * ^ ^ Haney Bros., this week The Muskegon landed a l 6 i : o f | l i i i i ^^^^^0&MM§^SM for local merchants Suiidiiy. BOYS' suits in all styles Att^s^^i^| 3 ^ S | j ^ i § ^ be had at the. People's Store) ^ ^f|§p ^$3£p^^ •.. The spnnkler m » ^ ^ ^ ^ i j g i i ^ ^ S S S f i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . An eight pound • 'j^l^i^^ |^|hi& .^/^-jDv^Th^ j :-. insti^nie:nt:p}a^ /yNall^psi^ j ^M|fjj|^^ ||§lif|ji|^ ||||e^^|fteji^||^^V:i^|' iglits 'i^0x^^$: SgilfiialKju^ yjgyp&fcMo^ughlii. .,^' liad the iiiterior ||§|$|i§|'p^ |§gM s:upjer^ l||e^|p^0|^he. ^PeÂ¥b:as ^eei^bnjptnihg r i l i : ^ ^ | | ^ ^ ^ l v m e t ^ ' -'pf •:MilViratVikeC'.Nvjrmsin ^i^dJ:!^fau^K ^She:on''^md'iy^^ithf .-a ^^iiaittpsifor Grejen iMy tMeSisjfilfo£j^ |^^'Mi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

•^|i#^&<fffaa IIAKISOK. tr^ nfri'-lc (l:i Lest -how' HI- far in town. •I:IV iltiT i. K-ll.»*l ii IiolIM' -. j',-tn-'» ituuiii. 'J'fii- is .show In'!' :iln' i«.lr flow Your Garden? '.• h:i- a ktryy amount I l k :Hii i M I l l ' C Wi - lliiv« -:i iiip!'iii( 'point U il«.f«' ill !ll» cn nily. l ,.i.-.iiiir*,li:i»i., l t lnm-v . of i.c\\ i Harahoo. ii'T'-y of tin- l ui«l- ai-ki'il up to lii il Cill/'Ili of L. I). -i).-. Il will pay ii to tin- shin- and to !••• c.nVr.'it on • |...-io|li,'«-. T. A. ••'ii 111 »J a niojioy ii Itc a ^rcat.Coti- ,\\i\\'-. ami that tact • t home from Green 1 aimic ('. Hart and -rv.eiity l»ad of S I K ^P .vha- i-i^lity hi'iul and I'MK-I-JI fxpi'i-iiiu'iit. in Yes, I will plow your gav.cleiri for you, and do it in first-class, fctylo,. and not scratch your fruit trees, cither. Or 1 will do any- thing you need in the ^GENERAL DRflYING^ XilNEL. 1 have a good rig, and solicit a share of patronage. *Give me a trial: I/will guarantee satisfacti...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

9SM i^Oi^-i^ MURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY 1 3 ^ L O C A L . SHOKT wood at Reynolds Lumber Co's. See change in the advertisement of M. Teweles in this issue. A ear load of vehicles received, l Haney Bros., this week. ? ( SA\" 0/he Muskegon landed a lot of fi$ghi for local merchants Sunday. ^^^y & BOYS' suits in all styles and sl?iel§tft, '• - be had at the People's Stote^P^^g^Mf •.''•.:'. : -The sprinkler man was''aljrt^ii^tlio lapd the fore part of'the/\\v^^||g||ig:S An eight pound girl aOTV^|i.|th home of Jas. Harmon on J^cjl^yj^ / D C. Thompson has haAjp^enhone iristi'tntient placed in his^resjdfihcfe \" E. C Huttp has hibyjed'into•thei'Mc^ ISallyresideueeon^rla^d strict.\" , MOUK than ohefitYl £ar^badAof bi*rbed wire jnst received afcTiffi&H^^:^^^^^ FrankKimber now liblds: a p6$ifcion as engiiieerontl^tng&vJ). SmUbv The !&brthwbfe bus. :- -i£:hs^M0^'^0-^^^/^:.). $yb£ h'ei'e^^ g | p j f $ ^ ^ • *'y , ^ •% • . -P l?i|^^^to :^puiit&d» and : rt^eived_ a'c...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. PINNEY&SHEPAfcD - Publishers. DEFECTIVE: AIR-BRAKES. Ten People Crushed in a Wreck at La- fayette, lndv LAFAYETTE, Ind. , Ma y 7.—One of the ' mos t terrible wreck s in t h e history of railroads occurre d o n t h e Big F o u r road in thJH city a t 1:15 thin'morning , a s a re - sult of which tun men'ar e .now d e a d an d m a n y m o r e injured. T h e train was t h e east-bound passenger leaving Chicago at.9 I V M . T h e accident wa s caused b y t h e failure of t h e air-brakes to work. T h e list of dea d is as follows: Michael Welsh, Indianapolis, frightfully man - gled, hea d crushed , lim b tor n from body , found u n d e r th e engine Fire- m a n M e l n n i s , Indianapolis K I). .Mey- ers, Logannport, mail clerk MeMahon , Cincinnati, e x p r e s s messenger A. It. Cha d wick, Cincinnati, mail clerk | ('lias. Mever , Lafavette, h a c k m a n : J o h n ' . . Lennon , 'Lafavette, mail cart driver, i s h i p m e n t of m o n e y w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

TRANSPORTATION. j trip by dollars if he utilize every ac- commodation provided for public use. This sidewalk is built in two'seetions, . t h e outer traveling at a slow speed, j The visitor can safely step upon it, and i then step on the inner section which 1 travels at a higher .speed. This side- j w a l k . \"which is under an awning-. | affording protection from sun and i rain, is endless and runs upon an ellip- * tioal track. •. r The intramural elevated railway is j said to be the most perfect electrical ] lin e ever built. Certain it is that it j will be a great accommodation, trav- ] ersing as it does the most remote por- ,' tions of the park, and passing each of | th e principal exhibition structures. It [ i s a two-track road, wij h frequent sta- tion platforms :vv^^ b r ^ d ^ a i r v y a y s leading t o the/'ffr^uh^y-^h^fare^ fbrja tour of tHevsi^u^^^ j/Thev\"'train$ '.'^^^ : warb .earv^r.r^n^0fce ^|^^ i receives the ehjetriqenrr^ t : betwee n the :• i$ii»^ :!pieK bar 'yr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

im im K DAYIn . CHAPTER I. Everywhere at Gracedieu was the scent «r lilacs. rln no other place did they grow »n such luxuriant profusion. People came to see the liiac* at Gracedieu as they go to took at the beeches at Burnham and the chestnuts at Hampton Court. 'J'bey were the great attraction for many week*, and all the country found was sweet with their odor.. The weeks they were in flower were a time of pleasure to all. . This pretty town of Gracedieu, where! lived my happy young life, is in the fai est part of J)evomliiire---wherc the land is green and fertile, although it borders on the sea— •where the trreeu lancM are like gardens, and the hedgerows full ofbloom. My father, the Reverend John Chester, was Rector ot Gracedicti for more than foity years. His Church, an old Norman building, was very *toa to him. He did not marry until late in life, and I was his only child. I remem- ber but lifWeof him. His name was held in great honor by the townspeople. My dear mother, whom I ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

HORSE SHOES FOR LUCK. It is not only common, in the United States, to nail up a horse shoe a* an assurance of'good luck,\"but is a prac- .... tice with almost every nationality on the face of the globe./' It also flourishes among the Teutonic and Scandinavian'?1 races, and has be^n recognized as far east as Hindoostan. % • \" The. horse shoe unites -within itself three lucky elements—, J t ^ r e s c e u t shaped, it has been or is to be in Contact with t /the horse, and is made of iron. Popular superstition has $. for ages endowed iron with protecting powers. The Romans are known to have driven nails into the doors and walls of their houses ns a preventative of the plague. The Arab who is overtaken by,a simoon in the desert • seeks to propltate the jinnis by shrieking, \"Iron! Iron!\" Siuce time out of memory the Scandinavians have sought' the river spirit, Neckaw, by sticking an open knife in the bottom of the boat, or driving a nail in the mast or oar. l a t h e mythology of Engla...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

8lfci^'iiflff^»g « 7%Hlfa :U^-±ja*n' Who Knows .What H» Wf&0^^TiOfcinfr About.: •' ' '• \\ i s^|tv i«ViJipt:: tttt^easy- task, to .be always ^ti^Mrfulib making hotbeds, especial- ^ ^ ^ e y are to he made early in tli'e i**iw6ii, ^I prefer for this purpose ma-\\ }M^ fro m highly-fed horses, and it •nould be kept under shelter and not ^Uowod/ to freeze. It should also t fresh and moderately moktr\"—-*--^^ S lift matting hotbeds earty in the sesa« eon, plenty of manure should be used, j l ^ : a jtayer a t least 24 inches deep. v'fiwIt j tuoroBghly with about one- fonrth of its bulk of litter, such as for- \"e»t leaves or straws It should be mod- erately and - evenly packed and tramped all over the bed, so that it will /he level and heat evenly all through. Leave the bed well covered and pro* tccted for a few days, to see if it heats .properly/ In the meantime, select in the woods a rich, loamy spot of ground, and burn on it, to kill the_ weed scedg, a good- sized brushheap. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893
Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

iRtliiNi The enterprise of breeding good horses has teen laudable for generations.. In fact, it dates back for hundreds of years, and h a s e n a success, Inits best branches. : r \\ \\ TMs farmhaa,and contlaue^ all modern improvementsofworth to Ita barns, stalls, and fields.Withoutown system of water Wdrk^MpjpHe^from a fresh pare fountain of unlimited supply, running Into all the baths and fields large and alryTbox stalls, with elastic clay bottoms or floors, as condition of animals may require with experienced and best of help great horses and low rates for service we solicit patronage wfth intent to return full value with Interest for every dollar invested with us. , MARES SENT TO THIS FARM for service-to any of the stallions will receive special attention, far it is our desire ! to show better results for same money than any breeding establishment in this ! part of the State. \" Inf developed speed, in producing ancestry, close up and away back, is any Indi- Many historians pain...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893
Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. .Entered- at the pogtofflce at Sturgeon Bay, a second eiaiw matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLV BY PIKNEIY & S H E P A R D / v Kdltors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. \" 8IMSC1A-L NOTICK. All persons iKitlresstng comtutjnlcutlau.s to the DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Will plcll.s. address the publishers and not the paper ulone. Always address as follows: 1'INNKY & Snttl'ARIl. Publisher*. Sturgeon H»y. Wi*. STURGEON BAY. WIS., MAY Li. IHWi. T H A T FISH a w o.vri IOI:I . See how «• Fcsv ('lO'l* ami i l.iltle Sanit JVJake Thi»j{H-Look IMIItoiviil. In 1885 an act was passed \"in relit- tion t'tin fishing industries in the out- lying water.-, of the stale.\" SIM-- ell. -t.Vl, laws of ]»«'). Section':) of (lie. act 10-I :n Sturgeon Bay and isi hook-and-line in Sturgeon Bay. Gill net fishing is also again authorized, and i j all other methods are prohibited. This j j makes tho law as it now stands ideriti- j eal with the'law of 1885. which has been i a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

GOING TO THE FAIR? The Financial Side of a Visit to\" the Chicago Columbian Exposition. iSSi^, HIC.UiO, ^Fay •~.—Perhap you have put off in- definitely t h c question as to ii/whet her or not — y you are going to. the fair. Prob- ably most peo- ple have. But :.i everybody is in a frame of mind to re- | V«eive information tliat may help to the |t|, solution of the problem when the pies g 'tion is taken up. Even those who have! piConservatively said that they seareeiv |giexpec t to go, or that they won't go, do. S ' h o t despise a glimpse at hotel or board- ICing^houBe nites and fare? in general. ' • | J|$jllndoubtedly as many people-:' are lifK'bverreStimating as are under-estimating sfi#iiecost of visiting the fair. I f vbu l l ^ h h o t g o for a song, it is also true that g|^g^ iWill cost eonsiderablv less than a gpifortune. - • . • - ' . .. ,,:. -:-- fi^^WBat'^wiUiteoBt? ,. -V 'V ' -^- fcs^W' -^ e P° m I s il So«^'-o^Hi xon-'-\\vliat ^ l ^ ^ ^ i ^ t h . f r A V - ' AND C-lVUR...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 13 May 1893

IN THE COUNTY. Lex Icko came near being the victim oi a serious accident one clay this week. • '••'.... UNION. ! Ho was riding a horse that was not itswi V.'The ' wet weather has belated the] to the Saddle ami had just reached the farmers with their seeding, frilly\" two j hill near Chas. Ruchert's, when the weeks Inter than last yo:ir. ' '•'* | animal liegan to rear and -plunge, infor .....•_ .. .__——_: • I siome manner the horse fell, a'nd ca'ine bevera! otm oure tannersy P \" ^ ^ ' ' w h ! l h ) vt 1) l5r-„ bl,,:lth of tailing on his rider. Indeed, we believe had IA-X not been in training for snch- feats as acro- bats indulge in, he would not have fruit trees ' fro th Pinne .Nursery! , j which offered them for sale in our town last. week. . . . . . . Miss Mary Marsheck finished her six month term of school in the third dist- rict on Friday, May 5th. . Frank Kenad, Jr., has done consider- able hay-pressing this -spring, at Frank Pierre's, his own place awl at Aleck Bodart's. escap...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 May 1893

VOL. I. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATXJBIXAY, MAY 20, 1893. ummSimmmwmmmsmB J.F.STROH HEADQVJAHTEKS FOK L O C A L . • v .Last Thursday was»the first real stimV mery day this season.: ' . ' : The old Fuller lime kiln has been re- opened by Geo. Walker. Seufield & Co. are doing a rushing wind mill business this spring. C B O C K E K Y a n d G L A S S W A R E . New Stockjust received. Will Sell Cheaper than ever for Cash Only. Will pay the highest market price for- ExGGS A N D _ B U T T E R . A fall line of Groceries always In stock, sold at the lowest living prices. Remember the Place, Stroh's'Block. flow Yoor Garden? Yes, I will plow your garden ] p 1 a c e of b u s i l i e ^ f«r you, and do it in first-class style, and not scratch your fruit' trees, either. Or 1 will do any- thing you need in the ^GfeNERftL D R f t Y I N G^ LJLME1. • ' ••• ::-:'d:-- I have a good rig, and solicit a share of patronage. Give me' a trial I will guarantee.satisfaction, Residence and headquarters at tear...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 20 May 1893

-J. DOflB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. NEWS PARAGRAPHS. STURGEON BAY/ W I S . EnrHEY&SHEPAED - Publishers. FIGHT Otf SUNDAY OPENING. Hundreds of Meetings to Be Heid In Op- position to the Fair flans. NEW YORE, May 13.—The U?.r. Wilbur F. Crafts, the chairman of the new nat- ional committee on Sundaj- dosing of the World's Fair, recently organized at Columbus by officers of the .American Sabbath Union, the W. C. T. U., the Endeavor societies, five state Sab- bath associations and other bodies, was in Now York to-day arraign ? by telegraph for an earnest'resistance dur- ing the coming week to the proposed Sunday opening of the World's Fair on the 21st inst., which was yestciday I Tim inen who robbed the Mobile & Ohio train near Cairo, III., have been J located and wilt be arrested. , THE Belleville .Steel Companv, of St. Louis, has failed. The assets are $1W0,- 000 and the liabilities $500,000. BATHKICK, oii trial woman cook in the restaurant. Foadie, r CHARGED TO N E W YORK MEN. HAKES A ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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