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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 June 1893

AN OCEAN OF FLAME. Miles of'Northern Wisconsin Forests. Burn- ing Like Dry Tinder. ASHLAXD, Wis.,. June 19.—All the morning beat from the .surrounding forest tires gave the winds a torrid tem- perature.- Itoports from Iron River at , -. noon report losses much larger than first reported The town- is surrounded by a wall of flames, but - a large force of men including help from the.Ashland lire department is still fighting the flames. They have plenty of hose and water and will like- ly save the town. Hcssey &' Hat- ten's large warehouse, the new school house, church and four residences were burned. One man named l»ietch had his leg broken. John Meagher was also suffocated and died while lighting fire at his homestead near Mo'quah. The remains were brought here this morning. He was a promi- nent (T. A. It. man and a lumberman. The bridge on the Wisconsin Central at Minersville, near High Bridge, burned, and all trains are running around by way of Ironwood, on the Mellon branch o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 June 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Enitrtd ai the pottofflce at Sturgeon Bay, at : - tecond out* matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY F I N N E Y & Q H E P A R D , -. v : Kdltoraanil Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PBICB, SI.SO PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. AH personB addressing communications to tbe DOOR COCNTY DKMOCBAT, will please address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: PIKNEY & SHEPATID, Publishers, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 24. T H E people who have made so much moan in two politieal campaigns in Wisconsin about the ignorance they at- tributed to the children of our foreign- born citizens should give careful atten- tion to the names of those pupils of a Chicago High school who took large cash prizes and other honors yesterday. The cash awards offered by a wealthy citizen for the best examinations and general excellence were taken, in a Claris of eighty-two gi/aduates, by Eliza G. Hochstctter, Elsie C. Hot/., Archibald W. Smalley, Leah L. Siuok and E...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 June 1893

jl g IN THE COUNTY, 'UNION. Joseph Ross made, a busiuess trip to Green. Bay last Saturday. Martin Charles is doing a big business ubQrning and selling fresh lime. Supt. Damkoehler visited the schools - in the second district this week. - Joseph Boss and G. G. Moore are each making preparations to build a new barn. ' ' . • \\ : • The assessor has completed his calls and the Board of Review meets next Monday. The schools of this town will receive about $94.00 as their portion\\of the state school money. \\ We are having a spell of extremely dry weather and all the farmers^ are praying for rain. Mr. Van Dyke, Johnnie and Eddie Van Rouse, of Green Bay, were guests at Mr. Maloney's during the greater part of last week. ' Thomas Whiteside has bought a new gg y from Mr. Welter, of Sturgeon Bay,\\and of course all the girls are going to^get a new rude. Frank Jariquet and Isidore Degrand . started last Monday with a horse and buggy for Humbolt, Brown County, where they will visit relatives a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 June 1893

CHAPTER XII—COKTIKtJEft , I oould not help it—doubtless it was very undignified but, when I saw the pain on the honest lace, the humble sorrow in the •dear whe I saw Mark distressed, tIrieveeyes,forgon d with the misery of a life-time on B toee, I t my wounded love for one ahor moment. Ho w could I refuse him flowt nything to whom I had never said \"nay\"? could I refuse him pardon when he wke d it with tears in his eyes? He had marred m y life, ruined my happiness, jnade every hope bankrupts but I loved him still. I hold m y hands to him I tried to smile, although the raining tears Winded me. \"I will forgive you Mark,\" I said. \"Ah, m y dear, I could not, if I would, be angry vit h yon! We roust never meet again, Mark. The wide world must be ever be- tween as two who were once to be always together a deep grave lies between us, ahd in it I must bury my love but I for- give you, even as I hope to bo forgiv- en.\" H e held my hand -in his for a moment and then said, with tears that...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 June 1893

OUR RUKAL READERS '.WILL BE PLEASED WITH THIS DEPARTMENT. Every Far m Should Bo Supplied witiV Gcod Machinery — The Family Cow — Cross Breediue t'uprbfltable~A Hay- stack JPIatJorm—General Faxm Notes. Machinery on the'^arru . The loss of time by the use of dull tools, or of implements not adapted for the purposes to which they may be applied, compels the farmer to hire more help than should be the case if he was alive to the opportunities of- fered by labor-saving appliances. A comparison of the old-time method of cutting the wheat with the scythe and by the present method of cutting and binding the wheat with the harvester, is sufficient to show that the enormous crops of wheat, could not now be grown and harvested un- der old systems. The labor that once assisted In the fields has been trans- ferred to the workshops, more me- chanics and fewer farm laborers be- ing the result The fact that wheat and corn sell at lower prices than formerly does not imply that the profits are less. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 24 June 1893

.r? FOR WASHING SHEEP. OowreitteBt Arrangement for Dotng yh» Work »t Homo, Where water ia found la\" Sttfflclent quantities for the farmertowash his jaheep at home, we believe It to be the (Only safeguard against contagious dis- ieaaes. A convenient arrangement for 'washing sheep at home may be con*and ptructed as follows: Take an ordinary store-box, four feet ifcy fonrfeot will do. Stop all leaks by the use of cloth and pitch, and place the box in such a position as to receive •the water from a trough or pipe. Make a floating Ud nearly the size of the box, and bore in it a number of half-inch holes, thus allowing the water to pass readily through the floating platform. To the middle of the opposite sides of the box nail twoiscantling in an up- Sright position, extending about four ieet above the box. To the top of the .•cantting attach a windlass with crank. Join the floating platform to the wind- lass with two ropes, as seen in the illus- tratlon, and you have a rude elevator. A...

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

FOURTH OR JULY EDITION. TWELV PfVGES. VOL. I. STURGEON BAY, WIS , SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1893. 3W^3P 4tli oiJiily BALL ! _flT THE . LOGf\\L. NEW OPERAHOUSEa STURGEON BAY. The largest and best floor, and the coolest and cleanest place in the county. The best music obtainable has been se- cured for the occasion and a grand good time assured. Gomee to• • this• • City on the Fourth, and take in the ball. It will be the - EVENT OF THE SEASON. TICKETS ONLY 50o . CELEBRATION ftT BA Y VIE. W I II you want to have a good time during the Fourth, don't fail to attend the ,-. Gran d •Ball The board of Review met on Monday and adjourned until July 11th. \"The city\" attorney should be instruc- ted to begin a libel suit at once. S EE those family carriages at Haney Bros. • ' • • • ' • , ' C'has. Greisen is having constructed commodious addition to his residence. Nic Simons is building a large brick addition to his residence on Cedar Street. Carl Macht, of Nasewaupee, this week received 100 strawberry ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

LOYE FOR A DAY. CHAPTE R X I I I - C O K T I N C E D . I remember how calm the da y was. The inmshino wns delightfully warm and, as the drowsy, musical h u m of the bees as they worked busily fell o n m y eara, I thought of the beautiful liue— \"Th e bee i« betrothed to the broom.\" The birds were silent there was bu t a laint murmu r of tho wind tho house was Strangely still. Many of tho servants ha d gone to the Abbey to be in attendance. I could hear quite plainly the rush of th e river in tho distance, and the tapping of loaves against the window-glass. Once or twice I landed that I heard a most unusual sound—whether it was a laugh, a scream.or a moan, I could not tell, for it was «one almost assoon as heard. I wentdownt o th e library in search of something that I need- ed for*my writing. On tho grand staircase I me t Lady Severne's maid, Martha Olyde, and I felt sure that she had th e key of a bedroom dour in her hand. She was taking 8ome soup, I thought, upstairs, for shb w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

fr'iaa&Ytffli? 'iiB^^piiiP^p^ How a Brother's Jealousy Catu#a • ftft :.ftfti: %fc toci^ : • \\the) T i t ^ e ^tit\" T o n g looked^ ftvfair ^.j^atl.J'i1 JJCBflTEtlSB. WHS 11- f^ :: ^li:^|y -):wnmmMm * & • • H o , E^fie&e^'^flft*^^aStiofi^HatV^ \"The pa^saro is j$s^tbs4lace Jfcrjii..,. \"evetyxwe-Jelse^wtf aftiii$^'!luroiS Wfififf tlrllfc* .?*•••*• ' - ^ P - - - ^ ' ' ! com^^^Ef:m,flsOTrrt*oo^n?7TOd^,VJ?i:q ii? T h e k e y w ^ f c u f i o l t B ^ i r e ^ s t o n e \"BoiNStIfe^f,'t'4?a*aB«ijDa*linFg^rt d o o r w a s s w u n ^ - p p e n r t l i e y carried ply.- * isoi ebwss r fie will 4fe tberi i |- H«~' =tfaetedi^praiae^J'baiaen r ifttc»«thb nftn&'t wiibsMt'f«ii«8-^3r,Th^^^^ T h e r e h ^ i ^ m ^ o i t i ^ e n o u g h t h i s J t i n e jporninsr. : T h e s u r f M i e r ^ e s ^ a T V o r ^ i«igfria*t«jflaliMK ' - ' f t h e door, ntM\" i I^tW1*? Mtt.V 5 Ma-spe w a s . | ^ f c ^ v ' . ^ \" ^ ^ i 4 ? ^ # % | | f ^ ? | | I A a r t r s * tslur, pt«!«Kfo u SbVfaed...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

II.»I II\"«MW#»IIWW' m w ' ofthQ Wonders of the White ^Ki8^ ,if1i**»wr^iM«i : -iniirm»iny of • \" SIjEv t*h*i : .'fCimirt ' '«# • 'Honor.' .: : :::t^d»I,Wrtd' Pair Letter i S t f ^ i f c i i n b f i e r ^ mil - i^H^:j^i^e'^ve:'6ai d tha t th e world's ||^:TfeininS8 : 'tlteni o f Venice. I t ma y t » provincial and a city to say so.but the ^ l ^ f a & f o r m e d 'travelers d o no t hesitate ^ i i i ^ J t l i a * th e scen e in Jackson park 4f'J:JBii0re magnificent, more regal i n it s splendor tha n the Queen of the Adriatic • W * /.could Have been even i n those golden d a y s of doge s an d great state festivities. T o th e sensitive imagina- tion , the descent from the road into th e exposition grounds, through the unin- viting approach t o the Court of Honor • a d ou t into th e court itself, mus t m a k e much th e sam e impression that overpowers th e immigrant w h o ha s traversed th e arid plains o f Arizona And th e Colorado desert w h e n h e come* into vie w ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

IN THE COUNTY. SEVASTOPOL. Geo. Fritschler is building' a large addition to his residence. The cheese factory at Voseville is do- ing a land-office business. : H. B. Stephenson is now receiving at his'eheese factory about 2000 pounds of, milk daily. -, In spite of the so-called haird times there has been lots of building-- in Se- vastopol this season, Messrs. Weidennan & Voefcs adver- tise a dance at their hall in Voseirille on the afternoon and evening of July 4th. An effort to have a picnic on the 4th is being made by some of our citizens. They propose having\"it i n the grove near the schoolhou.se. The Wisconsin Chair Co! has a force of men peeling i, lrk on their laud in what is known as the \"school section.\" .They intend peeling, only about 150 cords. v ' • The Travis loaded with wood on Wed- nesday. Ciipt. Jcke reports ihe wood business as being very dull, he haying laid oil market asvlonga^e?ghf 4^ys. i t a time. ': /^'••'{'•^:iv^^^i^^M^:^Sy!^ Missionary services were h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

M OB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. v PUTNEY A SHEPAED - Publishers. EULALIA STARTS FOR HOME The Spanish Princess Leaves New York for Madrid.. NEW YORK, June 24.—Large trunks and small trunks, trunks'covered with leather and wicker trunks—15S of them in every chape known to the trunk trade—this morning blocked the hall- ways and sidewalk of Juan M. Ceballos' residence and attested that the Infanta Eulalia would nail to-day for her native land. They made an im- posing display, that collection of trunks, and drove \"Mr. Ceballos' men into tragical despair. Arrangements had been made for a breakfast of the in- formal Hort that the democratically in- j clined Eulalia is said to prefer. The j breakfast was partaken of at 11 o'clock, j There were ten in the party, j - including the ladies and gentlemen ofj the Princess' partv and Mr. Ceballos. i .-At .12 o'clock the'party left Mr. Ce- ! hallos' residence and were conveyed to f the pier where they embarked on the ) French liner La Tot...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

REAL RURAL READING WILL B E F O U N D IN T H I S D E - P A R T M E N T . Where the Castor Bean is Raised, and the Different Uses or Its Oil—A Cheap and tjood Fruit Evaporator—Cutting Clover too Early. ' A Homc-Mado Fruit Evaporator. - T h e illustration, from F a r m an d Home , s h o w s a. chea p an d good evap- orator thafc will do mor e t h a n twic e th e J work of some hich-priced ma - ch'raes. I t is buil t of wood. T h e frame i s m a d e o f 2x2 in. posts an d 2x3 in. horizontal drawer rests. T h e drawer rests ar e placed flatwise be- twee n t h e posts, rabbeted A in . o n either 6ide t o receive t h e drawers. T h e sides, and backs o f t h e drawers are 1$ in. wide t h e front i s 2 in. wide, w i t h a-J in. rabbet above and below on th e inside and there are correspond- ing rabbets on th e siding of th e house so t h a t w h e n t h e drawers are pushed in t h e outside surface will be smooth. T h e bottom s of t h e drawers are mad e of galvanized wire cioth. Ther e i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at Ihe pott&MM at Sturgeon Hay, as second class matter. PKBMSHED WKEKLY BY PlN'NEi y & 8 H E P A R D , Kditors ijuifl 1'roprletorn. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. SPKCIAl. NOTICK. 'AH persons addroHfttag communications to the Doott COTJNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publishers and not tbe paper alone. Always nddrenB oa follows: ' PINNEY &, SHEPAKD,'Publishers.' . • • ' • , . ' Sturgeon Hay, Wff*. 'STURGEON HAY, WIS., JULY 1. Democrat» the Hope Of Kepulilltwn*. The 'Milwaukee Wisconsin, comment- ing on the conditions of our foreign trade, calls attention to the fact that, '.•for the year ending May 31.- 18D.V10:00, the balance of trade lias been largely against us, which adverse balance of trade makes itself visible in the enor- mous net export of gold, amounting to $102,430,028, It further says that, \"for the past year gold has been steadily | flowing out of the United State.- at the \\ rate of $8,o)0,OOi a month, and that j th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

THE FRISBIES' FOURTH, iwassixteen and felt hbrself•• i a j y o u n g lady\" M r ' B i l l i n g s , t h e host, BY R t. K E f c H i ' M Sha d a y o u n g e r b r o t h e r w h o worke d i a Mr. Frisbie se t d o wln h i s c u p w i t h ) J J ^ ' * n d U l ! ? = a \"™ y o u t h i-.nme- „s~i, J i ^t_ I_ _,Fris . . , d i a t e l y fell a victim to t h e c h a r m s of t h e elde r d a u g h t e r o | th e house f rj Frisbie.wh o prond- / / ly took possession it is satisfied sigh , a n d , e a n i n g b a c k ia n W s chair , smile d b l a n d l y a Mrs . - i bie, w h o b e a m e d a t h i m from b e h i n d the coffee pot. T h e n h e too k a s w e e p - \\ Jng glance a r o u n d t h e b o a r d a t t h e lit- ^fle Frisbies, w h o , for t h e m o m e n t , iwereuot m a k i n g a n y noise. Mr. f r i s b i e cleare d his t h r o a t im- pressively. \" M y d e a r , \" said he , \" I h a v e • little p l a n . \" A n d h e smiled b r o a d l y tnd rubbe d h i s h a n d s t o g e t h e r...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

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Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

The Three Chicago Anarchists Pardoned by the Gov- i PR. HERZJS BEAR Illness of the Panama Canal. Defendant Ends Fatally. LONDON, June 26.—The question of the extradition .of Dr. Cornelius Herz, ernor. ALTGELD'S STARTLING jMf Broad Charge That Fielden, Schwab, Jfeebe and Those Hanged Were t Not Fairly Tried. JUDGE AND POLICE \"Tli* Three Alleged Dynamiters Leave JW^ t 5Prlapn Fully Restored to Cltisenahtp—The GoYernorV -''''' '£\" Review of the Case.'• SPBINGPIEUJ, 111., June 26.—Gov. Alt- geld to-day issued pardons to Samuel Fielden, Oscar Neebe and Michael Schwab, the Anarchists now serving SA.MUKL PIELDEK. terms of imprisonment at Joliet penitentiary for alleged complic- ity in ,the Haymarket riot in Chicago the night May 4, 1886. The pardon message contains 17,000 words. The Governor takes the ground that MICHAEL SCHWA.B. whose name was so \"prominently con- nected with the Panama Canal scandal, has been settled by death. Dr. Herz died to-day at Bournemouth, to which place he we...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 July 1893

•?• REVOLVING HARROW. A Uaelal Implement toe Pulverizing tb« • . •.\"'•'•. ..-' Soil.'. The cnt shows a ! revolving l-borse harrow made by myself.x To make one, from the remains of an old buggy one should select a wheel with about 1 foot of the axle attached to! the *pindle, and the shaft ends or tips— foar pieces of oak timber 2x4 inches and 3 feet long—half lap them at the crossings, leaving a 5-inch space be- itween, each way nail them well to- gether and put in 1 three-quarter inch tooth at each intersection and 1 near each end Of the cross pieces cut off the spokes and nail them down so that the hub is in the center. Take the old A BBVOLVINO ONB-HOB8B HARROW. tpmdle and drill a small hole through It and the wheel tap and put the axle end through the beam 2x4 Inches, about 4 feet long put on a clevis and attach the old shaft tips for handles, by means of pieces of 2-incb board, as the sketch shows. Join the two parts and place a nail through the tap to keep it on the spindle, a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 July 1893

VOL. I. • W O R L D ' S F A I R WISCONSIN - MICHIGAN H O T E L , 73d St. near Stony Island Avt Chicago. Wisconsin and Michigan visitors to the lair are respectfully invited toniuke this hotel their home and headquarters din-ins their.visit to'the fair. Hundreds of citizens from these States have already secured accommodations with-.n^V • . Only six blocks from fair \".'rounds. '. v ': Only two blocks from railway .depot. '••• .'•M'H-V Electric street railway running to fair grounias passes within 300 feet of the hotel. . .•': -. -\".a 2 0 0 R O O M S . S \"Water Closets and Baths on all floors, ijishteid1 by Electricity arid Gag. DINING ROOM RUN IN CONNECTION^ \"EVERYTHING 4 | i • N E W . •••• : S | BUILDING IS PERMANENT STRUCTURE] ROOMS. - 75c. *l.W.and.8l.25perdasv FIRST. CLASS MEALS, - - 60c Each. WISC098II-MICHI6IS WORLD'S MIRHOTEL CO., Proprietors.. A. B. IVES, Mayor of Marinette, Wis.,Prest. , R. G. MARRINER, M. D., Menominee, Mich., Vice-President. A. E. MOUNTAIN, Secretary. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 July 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINIJEY&SHEPARD - Publishers. A. u\\ DREXEL DEAD. .Well-known Banker Expires Suddenly in Germany. 'PHILADELPHIA, Pa., June 30.—A pri- vate cablegram received at Drexel'fc .banking house states that A. J. Drcxel died to-day at Carlsbad, Germany. Mr. Drcxel left for Europe a few weeks ago ir fairly good health. Mr, Drexel wan born in Philadelphia 5n 1826. His father, Francis Martin Drexel, was the founder of the largest banking institution in the Quaker City. After the death of the senior Drexel he was succeeded in business by Antho- ny J. and the late Francis A. Drexel, under whose management the banking house became the largest and most suc- cessful enterprise of its kind in Ameri- ca. It had a world-wide reputation, and the name, 01 Drexel & Co. wan known to nearly every business house on the face of the globe. Anthony J. Drexel entered the bank When only 13 vears if age, before l had completed\" hisstu lies at school. It was his ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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