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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 February 1893

SlMILIft SlMlBUS CURflNTER. * BY MKS. S. «.\\ HAZLETT-BEV1S. | .. *'Ee—oh. in —oh, ho—ei'!\" j What a sharp young voice it was full' of fharaeter and independence, am! yet with undertones of undefined sweet tie-:-, evidently needing only cultivation to bring it into power. •The girl, fur it wa one,\" stood just u the bailk of a clear, running stream, which might liave been either a river » a creek, it was wi.lt' limpid and deep. fjiiP was tall and somewhat angular, a woman in height, but the -short cotton frock and short'red hair, and something in the way she stood, spoke at once of yonthfnlness, had not her voice been heard. She was in lier eighteenth year. ' With one long brown hand shading her eyes from the glaring autumn suu- set, she stood apparently awaiting.some one. AH about her were the forest trees in their richest colorings, and the soft rus- tle of the leaves with dhe ripple of the water, was nil that was heard for a mo- ment after the shrill echo of her voitsr die'd a...

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 — 11 February 1893

REAL RURAL READING WIL L B E F O U N D IN T H I S P A R T M E N T . OB- Churning with tho Aid of tli6 Wind—How Keep Sweet Vetntoes — Marketing Crops In Winter—The Way to Ilraco . f e n c e Vo»ts. Etc. A WlnilmiU Churn, There is no use for churning by band and allowing the wind t o fly pastNinused. The dairy editor of th e Orange Judd Farmer has become con baskets, from which they were talcea one by one, acid, laid carefully away in a closet under a stairway, withm three feet of th e kitchen range, Having had more than were needed for seed in th e spring, we used what we wanted for th e table u p to April, and th e last ones were as good and well-flavored as they were in October. AH were as plump as when put away, and not a single tuber went to waste. Th e closet was dark and th e temper- ature was quite uniform a t about sixty-live degrees. ttraclng Venco Post*. '.. Many wire fences have tall and vinced dtthls and he now does his • large corner posts with braces reach- churning by ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 February 1893

I'WI^l^MrwSTTTI Quickly pouring some powder in TOY gun I found to my horror that 1 had not another bullet with me. The glit- tering fangs and glaring eves of the moKEter go filled me with'terror that a cold sweat broke forth on my person and dropped in congealed halls at mv feet, ^n desperation I thrust half a dozen or more of these ice pellets into my gun, took careful aim and fired at the panther! The burning powder melted the ice-balls, but they were again frozen alter leaving the muzzle of the gun. and struct the beast on the head, causing an ugly fracture just over the brain. The wounded animal dropped to the ground. Upon exam- ination I found that the column of ice had melted when brought in contact with the panther's brain and the furious creature died with water on the brain.\" BUTLER AS A SCHOOLMASTERT Why the Hie Rojn DM Not Throw Him ln it Snowdrift. ' When a man dies everybody who ever knew him begins to remember every- thing that h e ever knew about him. There are many ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 February 1893

Quite ^ n u m b e r of our yoiing folks «xjtH: to take in the masquerade ball at Hendricks' Hall Saturday -evening. if the cold wwatlior continues it will be an easy matter for our hotel keepers to store away some of Lake Michigan. Owing to the blockaded roads wood has not been coining in very fast, but after the roads are broken, expect wood will be banked faster than usual.' It is understood that one of our mer- chants intends to do away with the ^credit system and after the first of May will do a .strictly cash business. May he .prosper in this wise undertaking. W. G. Youngs was seen in our burg Wednesday paying his men. A large amount of logs are being got mil t his fall for that gentleman. Liest & .Stephen, our local mill owners are saw'ing the logs for Mr. Youngs.. • Last Sunday quite a number of our young folks enjoyed themselves on the tine field of ice that froze there during Friday and Saturday, it having frozen about SJK inches, making it excellent for skating. Most ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 February 1893

•|eyeraT excellent l f f t ^ i f f | | | | | | ^ | | ^ g Iweek. \"': , ' :'r] -:.^.i-'-:/x^M. kgi-ow . 1 i velier , a g ^ & : i i ^ | | ^ | | ^ | | l g ^ | \"'^ ebfirt has adjouriied J ^ H e n r y .•' J a n ^ 3 ^ i i i ^ | ^ | | S ^ ^ p | y^qiiarters fixietf i i p ^ .yt|£he^ S||- ||^iS of :^^^i^M^j0^0^M||if iifev f | § | | ^ u b £ c r i p ^ ^ f|||||jj|^ ||§|§||||^^ \"• 3pf|j|i|i^ ^ jyittliii^ag^ Shimmel & Son's Wock Qti ( ^ a ^ | | i | i f e | is to be sold early this spiShgy a^3|i|ij^ parties who want it ean geJ^j)dS8^i(iS| it is not unlikely that an elegant foot front structure will grace the prerail ises before another year goes by Farmers Have cause to be happy now. and ought to add profit to stock raising. •At his. Bay View meat market, Chas.I, Martin J s paying in cash 83-' to Scents per pound jfordresscd hogs, and corres- ponding prices fur beef, veal and ffiut- houses known as the f£r y?^:iU^ ^ |ja*)|||iiin^ pp]|6M|&u^ £Ut, |arvn%rl'^^ $ ^ } c & f t «...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 February 1893

WOMEN WIDEN. The clinging skirts and long-waisted bodices moulding the figure as accu- rately as possible, with sleeves puffed high on tho shoulders, everything tend- ing to give additional length and slim- nees to the person, have given place to something quite different. Skirts are now wide and short, trains being only permissible on full-dress occasions, waists are short and round, and the full puffed sleeves, no longer raised on the should era, give an appearance of extreme width, which I certainly do not consider graceful or becoming to the generality of people. The general tendency of the fashions at the present moment is to Bhorten and widen. Indeed, such progress has been made QHIIlX: \"ii toward a revival of steel petticoats that some dressmakers, who have up to this time contented thomsolves with, stiffen- ing tho bottoms of these now skirts witn crinoline, now find that insuffi- cient, Such a revolution in petticoats must certainly lead to a revolution in furniture, for \...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 February 1893

THERE WAS Ar MAN BY FKEI1EIUCK. BROCK., There was a man, who came, nnd went nnd walked *-Mongsi other men an undiscovered man. Fl seldom yet was lir.lo scea of men, Tntil the mimic art compelled by fame Too lnte. how sorrovvfiil, drew rouud the he:id '\" A feeble mockery of tlie light that was. For Whet her senilis, which is Hie and tire, Unrestlni fire that feeds upon itself Burued In his soul and pave him no repose Orwliether strange belief of genius drove This wretched nu n to wander through tho world— Xo tongue can tell, and so let It remain At this that he ivus good and hud no pence. 'Now in this life where even fortune brood Fall on the thorns, he of the hapless tnrong Hied at hundred wounds that never healed Tho soiling Insult of tne swinish herd: The jackal bark of f-mall and poisonous minds: The scorn of prosperous lools, the feeble praise Of pseurtolriends who praised for charity: These were the portion of this wretched man. Likewise emharrassuient was his, and shame.' Ant...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 February 1893

D O O R C O U N T S D E M G G f t f t T . ^ L H \" E n * i , , w ls ' \"»»:««gaj?cil in put- j Emile Albert, w h o was c o o k i n g 11. a ] '-~~^~~ -'•.•' — — ' • / ' .. * j tin g u p his .supply o f ice for nex t .sum- j c a m p on the nes t shove, slipped an d fell PUBLisiiED W E E K L Y BV ^ .j mer*s„use. Hi : gets it from C l a r k ' s J iii such.a. m a n n e r thiit he got his lingers P I N N B 1 Y ' & S H E P A K D , j lake whore there i s about eighteen...in-1 into a kettle of hot urease. got tin g thorn ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Z ^ ^ ^ ^ J ^ : ^ . - . : ^ . : J ches of line d e a r ice. ^ so badly scalded that\"two of the m had *}!™™p * £ B O ' P 8 B V I £ £ i ( ) l i r s : n v „n!l w ^ h u t T l o w n last week ], \" !,,v r , u ° n - H \" ^ s t ' » '»' =' ™ \" « i l S i ' K C l A S ^ c m o B . j for a short l i m e from the bivaka W a of a i o o m , l t , , m - 7 ' ^ r C W u l S S f t S l ^ ^ ™ - i « ' « wan O U R C f i U R G J - i F S .?&*!? t W * \" ^ and t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 February 1893

SlMlMfl S1MSLIBUS GURANTER. BV Mi: . ' HAZLKTT-KKVIS. t Cow/nil- ilj'rthn.'Ins! wvr.v. i .\"' Voices awoke her. and seramblinsr to her feet, she saw her father w i t h tin-• handsome stranger. eomin\\ towards her. Apain tin- pitiful blush mounted j her cheeks ami with onebouud she JVK oittof siiiht. and flying like a frighten-i ed bird-ihr-oujdi the tree.-i and thick un-.j der'nrush. Wln n she ile.aehed her hum- ' 1,1c home ajjain. she paused at thte wa- tci'iiifr lT'.\"iirM and baVhed her hands face and feet. ••Mother/\" she said, coming yfeioSeyW -her side where ,sUa\\saUii0h^irj^^.:tt]^|t •'f'ni, sick, can't I put on mj* Mrs. Adams lookcd: u|J ' was rough and nneoii|lt Ijijfc heart,was there. . i j -.' \"Id'clar fer't,: yeulti^S srivi Beechnut she had never once Lord one thought. \"Whafs. become oi Beechnut:'\" her mother asked heV. and \"she answered'. : .\"Lduiino ner don't koer,'-V - . • • '-Wall, thctssiufi-ler.\" Mrs. Adams re- plied -'you reely don'i know?\" \"No.\" sharply...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 February 1893

DOOB COUHTT DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. PINNEY&SHEPAEB - Publishers. DISASTER AT SEA. StfinitiniiSpPnluernnln n S w « p t b y » M i g h t y H i l u « — W r e c k e d i n M l i l - A U u n t l c . LONDON, Feb. ll.~-Swept In mid-oceaef by a mighty wave hor dock-saloon, chart- house, bridge and boats swept away, and the captain, first and second offi- cers, two Btewards, two of the crew and five passengers lost—this was the story of the Allan Line steamer Pomeranian which returned to Greenock to-day. Ehe was in command of the third officer, the senior surviving officer, and bore unmistakable evidences of the desperate struggle she had bad with the elements. The Pomeranian sailed from Glasgow on January iHi via Moville for New York. The steamer was about 1,150 miles westward from Glasgow when she encountered weather of unusual severi- ty. r»Tfte gales bad increased with great suddenness until a heavy sea unex- pectedly swept over the deck, carrying everything before it like an a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 February 1893

CANVASS OFJTHE pfES. Couc»es» F irirmlly l«-'oli»r« Cleveland t« Ke Pr'iiit.-nt.f»l«i:t WAsniNGTOM I C , Feb. 8.—Im- mense crowds were drawn to the capi- tal to-day by the uiersly formal cere- monies incident to the official count- ing of the electoral vote. It was an undress rehearsal,, of the in- auguration. The bright sunshine and bracing breezes -which marked the day were boldly claimed as\" \"Cleveland weather.\" Inauguration visitors are already flocking into the city, though there was little in the actual proceed- ings to call out any excitements The ceremonies attending the count- ing of the vote is prescribed by a joint resolution reported in 1888, and which has been incorporated in the supplementary Revised Stat- utes. It provides that the two houses of Congress shall assemble in the hall of the House of Represen- tatives on a certain Wednesday in Feb- ruary, which this year fell on the -Sth, at 1 p. M. The President is fixed to be the presiding officer two persons...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 February 1893

hstyo just received.-a-jieiv rv'ftii -complotftsi.wk of -:,.p. £./\"' - . •'Large' line'of.,- v.v\"Mf £•'*••'•• : r ? i K : r i i ^ ^ # i i i l % v ^ . •LADIES' AND «£NTS' s' , : / I I C H CHAINS AND GHARMs| V^EiiWst line hi die :Ily of / fiJ^V W&$s$& SIlfe^^M^fp&S|fi|^^l^|^.|pji^f• i?^«^,i-^^^ ,, _ , .„..., „ , .... ^©tt#Kj^nSiiat f M^ ^ ••\"\"\" ••--\"••'••-••' - -•-••—• \"•-•---• •'-•''•\"^'••'•'•t'-*-''Tpj^^^ iSilfrlii^ii^ liifti^iS^^v' SS^SilS^SS W-S^-mCirA Mi iiiM^^^^m^^i S!v:'0Wggi ^'9M£}&i£Ut^f^ *KK4inMu^ KfsS tfce ^ Â¥../•sS'iifeifeUl '• , iTlve failure to. irive 5-nVf ^ : : ?^viVtAj t!u raathitiftry juH'tlf^i-tio.cjift'-y •^•(•.''.'m.'-rhb\"Wor Ciw^ , llii lariuer a.good '.:',.' • dfa! of monoy ih:ri'\"ocrt-.i.il n-iuHiV be '%*.-. SAivvd.'- A Cow days' (»xvf-'?i5r..'w-'' ^\"\"•% ' h'M. ?«n U no':i! iy-or vuiicc as iirair!oa» -'. sis imr isvii li iVa -tAtius aic.i'in- ••'• muny c: : t- would save tune- ft .'•'Winji i! jrtln-!uMis and sto.ro i»'v:...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 February 1893

.as? v ':Mli$si&*£81*6&%& STUKGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1893. i f! LOCflL. Patent Roasters at Seofield's. Our city schools were closed Wednes, .day, Washington's Birthday. ^Hemlock tic Jim Brady has completeiL.the filling of Leathern & Smith'.s ice house at the dock. are now' selling I sixteen cents each in the local market K - |-A. trio of wandering negroes have ^STdleen discoursing sweet (V) music in the # c i t y this'week. ^iv Thos. Gillespie has something to say g to you in his space in this issue. Look it i^hp and read it. ! : i :A large sleigh load of happy little ^\"girls ''done\" the city thoroughly on :f.Wednesday afternoon. \\ Scoticld & Co. are doing the iron I work on the Nelson Morris & Co.\\s !t j mammoth refrigerators at Menoniinee, fifty bundles of galvanized iron being required. j. Notice the advertisement of-the Grb- yerCleveland inauguration bait in an* other column of this issue. '—...::, The snow fall of this week has been ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 February 1893

. y * * * . ATTinED FOH OCT O'llOOJtf). The outdoor garments are sketched herewith. One is a novel cloth cape bordered with a deep fringe and hav- ing long ends in front which hang al- most to th e bottom of the skirt. Bands of passeinementerie border the fronts and continue upon the cape as indicated. It would be incomplete without a fur boa and muff. The other is a walking box-coat trimmed with braid. I t fastens with large buttons and is trimmed with braid of the name shade. The re vers are laid on flat, with a split, lapel fash- ion, over the bust behind they form a flat collar. The lining is either of checked woolen material or of plain or changeable silk. The loose sleeves are drawn in tight at the wrists with a turned-back cuff, also braided. The garment is wide at the back but can be sloped at the side seams so as to show the shape of the hips. With the costume last described is worn a red felt hat with a small brim slightly turned up all around and edged with red velvet, wh...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 February 1893

A Dangerous Obstruction to the Har- bor Entrance. TRAP FOR DEEP-LADEN BOATS. An F. & P. M. Steamer Striken Heavily on » New Bar—A Spot That Needs Dredging In the Sprlne—To- i-..' day's Gossip in Ma- rine Circles. Capt. CharleB E. Moody, of steamer I\". & P. M. No. 5, reports having struck heavily just outside of Milwau- kee harbor pierB, Friday afternoon while leaving for Chicago with a cargo of salt. The steamer struck with suf- ficient force to jar her throughout, on a course east by south half south. Quite a heavy sea was running shoreward at tne time. On several occasions last sea- eon deep-laden steamers and tow- barges struck while entering the harbor from the northward in,a seaway, but nothing has hitherto been known to touch as far to the southward as is indi- cated by Capt. Moody. The No. 5'fl experience goes to show that a« dangerous bar is form- ing outside of the harbor entrance, and that until it is removed deeply loaded steamers and barges will avoid danger b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 February 1893

DOOR 6UNT DEMOCRAT. PDBLI8HED WEEKLY B r F I N N E Y & 8 H B P A R D . Editor* and Proprietors. . SUBSCRIPTION .PRICK. S1.S0 P1R VIAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: PINNKY & SHEPAKD, Publishers, Sturgeon Bay, Wis: STURGEON BAY/WIS., FEB. 25, 1893. IN THE COUNTY. BAILEY'S HARBOR. M. Tewoles, of Sturgeon Bay, was here the fore part of the week buying furs. Capt. Paul Nelson has gone to Mani- towoc on business, but he is expected back in a few (lavs. Jessie T. Brown, keeper of the Caua Island lighthouse, is the latest addition to the pension roll, having received the final papers on the 20th inst. He will receive eight .dollars per month, with one year of back pension. FrankToseland. who is working in the Woods at Rapid River, Mich., met with a painful accident a short time ago by \\Vhieh two of his ribs were brok- en. .HeeAme home a few da...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 February 1893

city, in its organized capacity, will make no objections. It does not even attempt to abdicate any powers, nor to surren- der or compromise any public or pri- vate rights. In fact, so far as legal rights and obligations are concerned, the ordinance leaves them absolutely unchanged. There, are men, probably in every community, certainly, in Sturgeon Bay THAT BAILBOAD ORDINANCE. This is the season of- mare's nests. Finds may be expected now for about a month. After that comes the caucus, and then the election and then the rail- road company can have a rest once more. We publish below this much talked-of ordinance, in order that our patrons may read it for themselves in all its desperate wickedness. The thing is not very difficult of com- prehension, even to one not in the inner j fill is quite extensive, and whose impor- - circles of railroad matters. A casual tance depends on their capacity for mis- reading of the ordinance discloses the! chief. They are willing to misrejn-e- . fact ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 February 1893

BOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINfflEY & SHEPARD - Publishers. IS NOT A LEGAL BODY. Populist Honan tit Topple* Knocked Ou t by th e Coiirln—ll-imljUcan Victory. TOPESTA, Kan., Feb. 18.—Judge Z. T. Bazen.of the district court, this morn- ing sustained the motion of the Repub- lican House for a permanent injunction restraining the Btate treasurer from pay- ing any warrants issued by authority of the legislative appropriation bill paesed by the Populist House. This is virtually a recognition of the constitutional- ity of the Republican House, and the members are jubilant over the victory. Attorney-General Little appeared for tbe state yesterday and filed a motion fot the dismissal of the case on the ground that, aB the proceedings were instituted by the county attorney in the name of r the state, they were instituted without state authority. He alone had authority to begin sucb proceedings. The motion of the attor- ney-general was overruled yesterday and the injunctio...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 February 1893

} GOES TO THE WILL .Receiver* N»mnl for thn Reading Hull- 'C--...'-'iroad—CTHKII In the Cost CmnMiK' ^PTKW YORK, Feb. 20.—The .Reading Railway Company has gone to the wall. Its thousands of mileB of main and con- necting lines, its immense real estate holdings, vast coal mines and scores of j transportation outlets—all have gone in- j to the hands of three receivers. The re-! .carvers, named R Philadelphia to-day, are A. A. McLeod, Chief Justice Paxon j i n d E. P. Wilber. Before the appoint- ments were made the Stock Exchange \"witnessed such a panic as haB not been «een in years. The excitement over the liquida- tion in Reading stock showed no «ign of immediate abatement this morning, and to this was added a! flurr in Northern Pacific preferred! atock, owing to the opposition developed between the stockholders' committee and the management by the report «ent out late on Saturday. The trading in Reading was on the same •enormous scale, and the decline was equally as abrupt as o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 February 1893

• • A ' f r R t n n r T m ? AT 1f'/YIfr«C although if unfed and no aftermath a u m U D - L i l U l U L b i U r i U . iS removed, they may not suffer at all : ••:.- -• .: .... .-•••• J by the continual cropping. If a very A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOB OUR j light top dressing of well pulverized RURAL READERS. 'manure is occasionally applied, its • ••••••••• i effects upon succeeding crops is al- ** or the now on th* Moistare of j m ,? s t magical. An application of the Soil—A MilKlne yard Convenience— j a s n e 9 Bow to Stake A Wagon * t c Jack—l'oultry. i n c r e a s e d the moisture in the soii Breaking •^r~ •*•Â»•-* U P t , l e ground •*» ^a i i a s i ji o w e C ] I n o r c of the rain to penetrate, and the in-i creased capillarity of the soil has bet-! ter regulated the amount of moisture In i t Of course, other agencies were j at work in both cases but the parti done by the plow is none the less real or important. , J '.: But by keeping the desired point i ' view in plowing, and plowi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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