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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

VOLUME XX. STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1893. NUSfUEli 30. MABEL \"You light two crackers thus,\" eh© easa. \"That's yourti, and I'll take tkis, And now, if yours should go off first, Why, you can claim a kirs.\" We wateh tho powder Quickly hum. Fie :, bang! Oh, happy-sightl I fold the maiden in my arms And tak what's mine by ri^-ht. AlasI It seems so'easy thus '.To win what many men Will envy lRtcr OL. tiitUfo, For Mabel's only ten. TOMMASSOJI. HIS PREDICAMENT- A Fourth of July Story. BT O, P. CAYLOa [Copyright, tKO, by American Press Associa- tion.] OYOU believo in presentiments?\" suddenly as k o d Professor Reefer, tho a e r o n a u t , pausing in his stride up and down tbo veranda of Reefer's hotel long enough to put tho question to Dr. George Taylor. \"Not in t h o slightest,\" was the y o u n g m a n ' s prompt r e p l y . \" W h y do y o u ask?\" \"Because I have one,\" wiid the pro- fessor as he produced a highly colored meerschaum pipe and proceeded to \"load\" ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

§ ^ j § ^ ! f i ^ # e ^ M^tbief is caught.And he has &$0*$:?tfaip*&$*riQui:tatiriels onco more honored. ||^#^ 0w'hp^'-^Ul.^B»lp«d't 'tui'.v.I *m here |#t: |S&io ta^»7^ aa^'yourmothtrback'thisvery ^^^^fe\"1iy^i^Iaah«!v•••''••.'^•\"•' :•'.••.•••' ' l § g * B : ' / : ' ^ ^ \" B o ! | | g S ^ ' ^ | u d d c n i y . H j ^-0r4:\"v. ^AS'thft WixlU9 h a p p y m a n h a s t e n e d t o ] | P \" ^ L S t * * ? - t b V g o o d .news'.-to. h i s \" w i f e , M a b e l j S?ft K•\"'.' 'U)W^i'a-.'pii«zllng : 'look ' u p o n th o d u m - IS,Hyrw-founded doctor.: ..•'.•.\"' '•'.\" , | t ^ ' v \" Y o a n o w k n o w w h y I c h o a a t h o 'In- ] S ^ : 5 «cted'tWef,V' ' a h e s a l d t o h i m , j ^ ^ 7 ^ ~ ^ $ f a b e l , ' c A i r ^ a ^ o r g i v e lltef\" ho gaspftd. -J}\\. ^ i \" I o u g h t n o t , \" wa » he r r e p r o v i n g roply. [ r:' r' '^fTe1*T will , t o r i i o v e you.\" . S h e w a « i n h i s a r m s , twtld close t o hi s /' h e a r t . • :':•' • • ' . • . ' ....

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

SSIIP^^fl^i^ JULY FOURTH. Let the bugle and trumpet resound Let clamor nil all tho vast round Of a land that Is happy and\"fret. ' Let the sharp rat-ta- tap of'tho drum Preach the gospel of freedom to come To tho nations beyond the bine sea. Ring I he bolls! Shout tho story, abroad Of a chose that was helped by the Lord And of heroic deeds that were done. Vet the scabbard that hangs on your wall. 1 With tho sword.rusted in, tell us all How a thrice blessed Union was won, Fling our flue to. the vibrating air. That banner so ferocious and fair. .'• . And remember ye how it was made. Its red. dyed In blood of tho brave' Who perished their country to save— Its sanoUfietl line can ne'er f aekv - . ' Its blue from the heavens on that day When tho chains of tho slaye fell away. And ho stood on tho broad earth a man. While tho tars of the states crowded in. Each his place In a nation to win, 'Whose boundaries were set by God's hand. Oh. whito may her stripes long remain. Untouched by oppres...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

WISCONSIN KING OF HOLIDAYS. — •••• ••••\"• ' 'y - TH€ GLORIOUS FOURTJH IS THE BEST OF TWE WHOLE LOT. Mow Tear's and Thanksgiving Are Well £p*t]gb In Their Way, but They're Not Ip I t W|tb Independence Day—Komlniii- ectrces of Celebrations In Days of Yore. t h e Fourth of July Is the biggest, roost rlqtous day of all holidays. New Year'a amoVibts to nothing*, People make reaolu- tioiia, «tufl themselves with turkey and loo OJH of Windows. That Is New Year's fc$ Washington's birthday is Himply a aarolnder that wo avo patriotic. Some peo- Sutiles, 'le hotel flags, others have masquerade and banks CIOHO their doors. That is ^aejjiogtou's birtbdny. Decoration day i*. pretty in its way. Flowers are strewn over graves, an opportunity is given every- bofly to parodfl in the rain, and the death Us£ is boosted the next week as a result of enrty spring exercise. Thankcgiving day, Uko New Year's day, is simply an excuso for penplo to stifle tho cry of their appetito by jjumping upon it a loa...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 July 1893

THFlR ^\\f Hnni IIAY^ HVFR lbn Sine to the Laurie Bros , is kept busy - • . • \" \" \" • • ^ r l y / V T O V V ^ ' - t o w i n g stone to that place, and lately ^ e lias been doing some tall hustling, three PROGRAMME OF HIGH SCHOOL COM' round trips having been made in eight MENCEMENT EXERCISES. Stage Decorations Were the Finest Ever Seen in the City. — The Orations pf the Graduates Were All Very Good. — Local News In General. The commencement exercises of the city high school were held at Opera hall on Friday evening. An unusually large audi- ence was in attendance, the ball being crowded to its utmost capacity. The stage was magnificently decorated with flowers, they being banked up on either side of and at the back of the stage. In front of the stage was suspended the class motto,\"Pro- gress is the Law of Life,\".- while the class colors, pink and cream, and the class flow- er, marguerite, were abundantly displayed in the stage decorations, fiargo quantities of beautiful flowers ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 July 1893

i 1893 BYAMEniCAMPflE$y 2 |coxTurvEP,J CHAPTER XVjfH. - • : ' \"OUTWITTED AS SURE AS FAT3.\" The i/ou«(/ mrtn set out to walk to the place of,amusement. The complexion of the well dressed man was like a mulatto's, and his hair was as black and coarse as an American Indian's. A glance at him showed that while he may not have been exception- ally strong he was as lithe and active as a panther., \"He is one of the two that were skulk- ing through the grounds' of the Liver- more hornesteud tho other night,\" mut- tered Simpson. ''I have never met the couple by daylight, but that fellow's profile shows him to be the one that climbed the tree and peered through the window at the interior. It was his com- panion who attacked and would have given rao my quietus but for those cigars.\" Whenever the train drew up at tho station, Wichman—for it was he—quiet- ly shifted his position so us to observe any one that might leavo the car. This was done so naturally that no one noticed it except Simp...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 July 1893

|^^pfeW?lfts®Mi^ |?Sgtt$3J$|t^^ i Insonny days of summer weather They put their two young heads together TowriteaaoientifloBtory^^ ^'V ' Designed to bring them wealth and glpry, : And Cupid, marking from a distance, Came fluttering to their asslsUtfice. They sat in shade, a large blank book Between them, and with a serious look ' \" Discussed the characters, the plot. The time, the scene, observing not (Sothicka veil one's fancy weaves!) That love had crept between the leaves. The rascal lay there, still as death, '• But chuckled, though, with bated breath When they declared their purpose sage To keep love out of every page They did not know—the Billy pair- That he alreadynestled there. \"Minerva!\" cried they. ''Goddess wise! lighten our unenlightened eyes!\" But though they called her day by day The wary goddess kept away. She really couldn't come, you see. For love and wisdom don't agree. And so the tale no progress made, Although each day they sought the shade Until at last thi...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 July 1893

.„.,,if&i|L.__ ^^^•'-'.i'J™'1-'.1 Mjfijfii 1*7^ g§g|p&*'^^ Publisher. ^S§F ---'-•''-• ••••• ••• \"- •.-•-s-.--••••••- -••• •• .•.-.•,..•-.,-. S s Â¥ i S ^ fe-^i'j*Mt»- or SOBflidiiiPTioKi fi\"'Mtess. ?One Year.'iV.* ^ ^ . w i w^, ^ . Jte^.$SirMontbs , i w V^- *\" •Â«^v • •***'• ^ ^ s M JingleCopies Advertising rates furnished upon application. \"•iBPfflMfflP88*8858 feeUo* tiJea^ ^ e r the dotobmedf tie pasted by a congress republican In both branches. At the last session of congress the republican 'senate refused to pass the if tbe republican p a r t e s .responsible both for the enactment of tbe.law and tbe fail ore to repeal it when its danger to tbe fin ancial interests of the country was admitt- ed. « * • - \" / , ' ' m Entered at mPtotcfflti i* Btimion JBati &**• STURGBOKSAY, WIS., JULY 8. 1893. :j THE inception of operations of the disr - pensary law of South Carolina was attend- ©d Friday in Columbia with wild and 'b^banalia n revels! This law is an inno- v...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 July 1893

:j«»gf ii^«^ •is an arbitrary-yro^vk^^^^^c-ihc only bow (ring) :^hlc$c&^V * prilled off the watch.'.. ^V:.^:£-^v-f^' 4'^ .\" ' ' • X'-w'-J.-'' Here'stheidea iHEfiOEEE INDIAN REO MEN WHO COMPOSE A NATION .WITHIN THIS NATION.^ The bow has a groove on each end. A collar runs down inside the pendant' (stem) and fits into the gloves, firmly locking the bow to the pendant, so that it cannot be pulled or twisted off. It positively prevents the lass ' the •wdtch by theft, and avoids injury to it from droning. IT CAN ONLY BE HAD with - oSjeg, jas. Boss Filled or othqr'wat'ch Xutiw cases bearing this trade mark-r— IMV \"\"ZOTwal^^^TSWlilllem^hbut extra cost. Ask your jeweler for pamphlet, or send to the manufacturers. KeystoneWatch Case Co.y PHILADELPHIA. J F. STROH , Headquarters for Crockery and Glassware. New stock just received. Will sell cheaper than ever, and for cash only. Will pay the highest market price for egr and butter: A full line of groceries always in stock. REMEMBER T...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 July 1893

mm From the garden of thechild -','. .-[' To tho house of woman passed— Timid footfalls undeflled. SlbyU'^hats^ace thou h&stl ,-. Not mei$ beauty, but th charm Which for riper years shall last. Dimpled neck androunded arm, Features that within our hearts Sonnd sweetlove notesof alarm. Maiden arte concealing arts. Maiden trustfulness divine, Playing laughter loving parts. Be the future as today- Fresh and buoyant, tender, true. Sweet sixteen a(rh«art a)way! •'•••• V-. ' • .'••••-. —Vogue. BILL. The change in Bill was noticed the very, day that Bill got back from the east. It surprised and shocked us all. Before he went away Bill was the liveliest and genu- inest thoroughbred in the camp. I dare Bay that in all the Red Hoss mountain district there wasn't'-'a gentleman who couldlaybis tongue to stronger oaths and more of 'em than could Bill—that's why he was known far and wide as Damnation Bill, for the name that a fellow was known by out in that God's own country in them days was...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 July 1893

i^: 1893.'\" ,' V :, ' * •::7V: -- :-:?f F.^ ':'^:/ 7'^ ^/'''V''' — MAiiim tmMsmi 1FY0U HA^E A GOOD LIBRARY GiVtA MAID ITS FREEDOM^ , IvCfttoThemRclves With Plenty of Good Books to Choose From, Most Tonus People Will Select Those Only That Will Interest and Instruct Theu*. ' Charles Lamb says of his slstei\\ whom -he humorously disguises as \"my cousin, Bridget Eliar\"\" \"She was tumbled early by accident or design into a spacious closet of good old English reading, without much selection or prohibition, and browsed at will upon that fair and wholesome pastor- age. Had I 20 girls they should be brought up exactly in this fashion, knownot whethertheir chance in wedlock might not be diminished by it, but lean answer for it that it' makes (if the worst come to the worst) most incomparable old maids.\" our favorite books become \"part of us,\" Alas, for those who Khali be molded by the realistic school, with it* hideous bareness,- its photographic exaggeration of blemishes and its fail...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 6 July 1893

MW, ALAR CLAY,JR.,18404. SUU HATTII 8M 2:19*. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*, 925. GEO. BRASFIELD, 16644. BRED FOB GREAT BROOD MARE SIRE. Service Fee, Door.Co. Breeders, •28 . HANNIS, JR., 4393. BY HAHHI3 821, RACE RECORD 2s17X. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 99B BRANDY BOY. RACE RECORD, 2:20*. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, • J 5. MAPLETON.JR. HAMBLETONIAN AND MORGAN. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 918. DIOTOM, Grandson Dictator 113. SIRE JAY EYE SEE, 2:06*. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 918. DUKE VI, 9213. IMPORTED PURE-BRED SHIRE. \\ Service Ko«, Door, Co. Breeders, •IS . GRAY-GEORGE. RACE RECORD 2:42^. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 88. S C O T C H CLAY. . IMPORTED SHETLAND. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders. 8ft. Special Premiums: I will pay ?2f hi premiums to owners of colts sired by our stallions the colts to be exhibited at the ground's of tho DOOU CpiINTV AOIMCIM.TUUAL SOCIKTV, during tho 18 3 Fair, viz:- ALAR CLAY, JR., COLTS. Best Colt, ........... $10.OO 2nd Best Col...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 13 July 1893

\"mmMGiZ^^r^^ VOLUME XX.' STURGEON BAY^ WIS,V THi:RSBAT, JFLT 13, 1893. NUMBER 41. AN OLD LANDMARK GONE.I THE NORTHWESTERN HOUSE TOTAL- LY DESTROYED BY FIRE. The New Opera Hall Also Went Up In Smoke. — Total toss Not Far From Fif- teen Thousand Dollars—Fire ruder Head- way Before It Was Discovered. Just after midnight\" on Monday the noisy •clang of the city Are bell aroused our citi- zens from their slumbers and announced that still another of the\" series of fires which during the past year or two have made our city a terror to the insurance companies, had broken out. This time the Northwestern- House, a large, three-story frame structure, situated in t$e very cen- ter of-the business part of the city,was the scene of the conflagration, which before it ceased consumed at least #12,000 worth of property, the new Opera hall also being practically destroyed.. The fire' originated in the barn at the rear of the hotel and in spite of the fact that a large number of our citizens were ke...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 13 July 1893

ffliiTriifi mmmmw ^^^^^^I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Sft•yf^j:$^Mw^it4WMi^'(^ /•^••.••••\"•.'.•••'.••••W3 -?'.ilil-.--.j- ,.M-J- l ' f 1 -\"i ^ v . - rfiS^v V--' r-'^fcOKT^gftJ.- ••- • '•'^' :'•'... \\ HIS SUSPICION OF HIB IDEjm'nr V/A3 OON- \"Why dton't t/ow ffct W roared Simpson. The man who is in a furious hurry is mire to find the most exasperating ob- stacles in his path. It has been said that when the East Indian seated in the New York Acad- emy of Music turned his head so that Detective Simpson for the first time gained a fair view of his face the officer nearly fell from bis seat in his excite- ment. ' \".:,t' '•''\"' That view of the sepoy's countenance was a revelation to him. The man was one of the couple that had come around the world from Cal- cutta to recover the rajah's ruby, and that had made such a deadly assault on the detective in the grounds of the Liv- ermore homestead. But he.was not the one that had ac- companied Simpson and Arthur Fair- child from \"Warhampton that day. He...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 13 July 1893

1111M iflfpls GROWIN. ' ^ f a i r e s t liUes droop at vyemide^Kiiif.: ''-' 'SfeJ*».sweetestrosea fall from off Ui&stcm • ^•*^ things on earth can not abide, :•/And We are passing, too, away like them. :• . '•\"••:•'-•\"' -.We're growing old. ? . .:.' •*.:.\" :.':''^\"' '' • •'•\"••• = 'i -^.'jj-:\\'^^' ^rr\" '\" \", Wethad our dreams, those rosy dreams of ' youth ••• :\"^'\" ,-'V-.''-'-.. They faded, and'twas well. This after prime Hath brought us fuller hbpesi and yet, for- sooth, . :•. •'•V^'-^^-V-V'. :.:':€,'V„:i„_ .... We drop a tear now In this later time To think we're old. We smile at these poor fancies of the past— A saddened smile almost akin to pain. Those high desires, those purposes so vast. Ah, our. poor hearts, they cannot come again! We're growing old. Qld? Well, the heavens are old this earth Is, '•• too V'.'-'•• • Old wine is best, maturest fruit- most sweet Much have we lost, more gained, although 'tis •.-' true - -'. ' • • ' • » • We tread life's way with m...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 13 July 1893

mm MB «».-_,„«,.., „».,„,..•„,„•„...•.-. JSO !Inr^tIontal&>*K^^ ^^Mo0^^U^^M^M^hysi^^M^ 'Wit. iliK#VSvKy w • :•:. .yy yy.' t^UO^MterWJS JULY 18.189?. £ ^ $ | * ^ fine. \\?s. ! A ^o^deiwble amount of fault is found S*^tfe dnrflr^idep^meh t for their failure y-io pr^euVOperi ball fromy catching fire Tuesday morning, and: it would Beem as_if there was some reason for the criticism. :iTb*building was not dangerously close to the fire and it was a solid brick structure, the roof being covered with iron ThMe circum8tances,together with the fact that there was uo wind to speak of at the time, would certainly justify any one in believing that the hall might have been saved. As usual, however, there are two sides to the question, the firemen claiming that at the time Opera ball caught fire it wan impossible to throw water on it with- out neglecting the burning hotel to such an extent that the buildings on the other side of it would.have caught fire. They al- so state that it w...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 13 July 1893

one whose Watch has a casiontoi^thi$tirae-hdiiGrecl ^try^ : It is the only: bow that cannot be twisted off the c:?$e, and is found only on &< . • Boss Filled Jitid other Wu x!1 cases stamped with jxj , this trade mark. k£. Ask your jewelsr for a psn-1 •Â»• . '. send to the aian'ulsr.-tu.c i Keystone Watch Case PHILADELPHIA. Co., Headquarters for Crockery and Glassware. •^Tim Madden, the fruit tree hustleiy has been stopping at Wm. McGovern's lately, being engaged in selling nursery\":,stock.,*& the farmers in that vicinity. fi^iii the annual school meeting held in the Bassford district on Monday it was decided to have eight months' school during the coming year, five of these to' be taught by a male teacher, while a' woman instructor was to be employed the remaining three. The man will be paid $4& per month. A meeting was also held in the Maples dis- trict, it being decided to n have an eight months' term, with man teacher, to.whom HO per month will be paid. It w...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 13 July 1893

p i i l § # ^ - # t e ^ ! 1 » | U i £ ^ night still ^^0^S^V^^^^:^ri^m^^iieiii^^ drawn' lid ^ i t e ? # | l * ^ i ( ^ ' i ^ n : ^ ^ ^ r o ' fifty years azo, ^: -- i»**...»K. ,,-.i .v.,..^.rt^^ j^ac« TOd^V4nl{I^ii-comeliness,' • ' *&$fek$*j<j.:Jj^^^^n^l^^ft^ergiow •:' jCJi^'i bTc«Blw««^hb Mil r o b o t i c hearts! V'-'^-rnttIitit&,9«^Ai6tarr!i»)io.i8.spi!!lU»ir:out':''' -To Karl, the white hi dreams L& mind. do- -^riV^iiarlS-^^-^v •••'•••\",'•:/':{: S AndRothiS-notthe maid hedreamsabout He eeos love cradled in.the soft bluo eyes \"As, like a homing bird, his fancy flies Backtp Hie'.'day: when Gretchcn came to him. And thence on wistful wings his mom'ry ' .'' .,'. :'8woops -.: Oyer the Years that seem an unmarked plain. But where his son! within each farrow sleeps, And cv'ry footmark speaks of joy or pain. That cradle—there are many euch «tho earth Has many little crosses on her breast The peasant starves and has his hotirs of mirth, On many fields are s...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 13 July 1893

DOES HER LIFE IN PUBLIC tj6JFUC v Wif H HOME DUTIES? chehile spots are gradua Uy dvrindling down to mere specks. The rage of the moment •w^the soft, cream colored veils with nar^ tow borders and small flowers scattered orer the surface of net that covers the face. Birch Arnold Answers the Qnery In tlu : Negative—An Improvement NotlceaOli ETer?where—The **Bnd of the Century' Woman Is Capable.or Great Things. The end of the century is discovering some wonderful possibilities for woman, and the question \"Is ..there a conflict be- tween woman's duty to her home and hei participation in public life?\" is exceedingly pertinent at'this juncture. It seems scarce- ly necessary to repeat the well worn, truth that home is the keystone of society's arch. The people of the United States have long pointed to their homes as'an evidence 61 the stability of their government. The re- cent census exhibits a large' increase ot householders over the previous census, and . as this prosperous condition o...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 13 July 1893

AUH? CLAY,jR.,13404i SIRE HAfTII 8., 2:1?X. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder!, S2S. GEO. BRA SFIELD. 16644. BRED FOR OREAT BROOD MARE SIRE. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*, • a s . H ANN IS,JR.. 4393. IY HANNI8 821, RACE RECORD 2s17X. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, S25 BRANDY BOY. RAOE RECORD, 2:20K. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 918, MAPLETON,JR. HAMBLETONIAN AND MOROAN. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 915. DICTOM, Grandson Dictator 113. SIRE JAY EYE !EE, 2:06*. • Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 915. DUKE VI,9213. IMPORTED PURE-BRED 8HIRE. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, SIS. GRAY GEORGE. RACE RECORD 2:42*. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders. 98, SCOTCH CLAY. IMPORTED SHETLAND. Service Fee, Door Qp. Breeders, (Iff. Wmffl$@mmii Special Premiums: I will pay $25 in premiums to owners of colts sireil'by our stallions the colls to bo exhibit ml at. the grounds of the Doo u COUNTY Ar.uieuivruuAi. SOCIETY, during tho 18U3.Fair, viz: ALAR CLAY, JR., COLTS. Uest Colt, ... $lo.0 0 2n Best Colt,.....

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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