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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 November 1893

STUB ENDS OF THOUGHT. A FOEM without a soul cannot hope for immortality. IT makes your burden twice as heavy to think about it. MORE women stop thinking to talk, than stop talking to think. A MILLION persons need $1 to one per- son who needs $1,000,000. IT'S a cold day when you can't find Eiiushine somewhere in this world. LOVE is die molasses QII the bread of matrimony—somebody must provide the \"bread. & SURGEON'S &KIFE jrives you a feeling- of horror and arend. 1 hero is ao longer necessity for its use in many diseases lormerly re- garded as incurable without cutting. T&a Triumph of Gonsqrvativn Surgery is well illustrated 'or the fact that R U P T U R F o r Breach, is now rmli- knife and without pain. Clumsy, dint- ing trusses can be thrown away! i'hey never cure but often induce iuiiaiu- mation, strangulation ami death. TMft&flRS Ovarian. Fibroid (Uterine) • w i n v u u a n , | m a n y others, are now removed -without the perils of cut- tine operations. PILE TUM...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 November 1893

UNITED STATES AND EUROPE- j DECEIVED BY HIS CAUTION, j Alarm In the OJ«l World »t the KapJd i A counterfeit Package Mistaken by Its | Strides of Brother Jo.r*jtlmn. j 0 ^ n e r f o r one That Contained Money, j Paris Figaro: The United States! i a r r i v e d here just before the first! does not threaten n s from a military . b a n k SUS pension, says a Denver cor-j point of view, hut from an economic j i. e s p o n dent of the St. Louis Globe-Dem- i point of view it constitutes for us an o c r a t j a n d o n e o f t h e first c a l l s j m a a e ' immediate and pressing danger. The - w a s o n a m e r c h a n t whose nervousness debt contracted by the United States ' m a d e i t p a i n f l l l t o , j 0 business with during th e civil war will be com-1 him ^ n o m a t t e r how large a bill could plete-ly extinguished before the end b e g o W t o h i m on-this particular oc- of the century, while the total e a s i o n he^eemed afflicted with an ex- debt of the European countrie...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

nty YOL.I. STURGEON BAY, W I ^ SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1893. SPECIAL pOLUMN. Advertisements under this head will b e inserted Tor tw o cents per line each insertion. Fpower. OB SALE—One second-hand one-horSe treJvtt Suitable for any liphj, work, Will sell cheap. Call on FRITSCHLEK BROS., Well SinUers, Sevastopol or Sturgeon Bay. Wis. Senergetic ITUATION WANTED.—By intelliKent and young man. as first, or assistant book-keeper in manufacturing or mercantile establibUment. Address P . W. H„ cure of this o(&c«. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, aceordeons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calliup on me at Opera Hall. B. HAHN. The Door county, board will begin its annual session on Thursday next, Nov. 14. KNITTING yarns of all qualities and shades, at Leathern & Smith's. A large hew stock. • - - Propsom Bros, will lay the foundation for Chas. Stevenson's new residen...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

BY sumcd name, an d in 0M:^''^. CHAPTER XXV. BSvS^:: *HBTRIl!MrH OP IVAN AI.nXrEFJ\". fitfffi^Chat Ivan Alozicfr, by travelling almost 8Kg|)ioM8antly night and day, was able to over- 3| Sji|{« Uiicliel Ararna before »he departed »i ftoiU Kara came ahotit hi this way. We B: ^left hi m a prisoner in Perm, whore,\" under 5/?l|io name 6i Paul Turnigieff a Mippo-.tid lur •:• trader—ho had threatened tlio Cliief of foe :! police with violence ibr insult otto tail to the beautiful J owes . Ni)W, in Kushiu it is a very serious bu-i- : ttess to threaten anyone wearing tho uni- '. - Jorni oflbc \"mkdily\" .'/:ir but to threaten • a Chief of Police, in Siheria is an olfenso so : gravo f hat very heavy punishment is the •'•'.',•. xiaafjitty. Indeed, ninny a poor fellow hai \" b e e n done to death fur ii that in he has •'•'\".••••.be«n flogged so severely that he, ka:i died • under the aillietion. : In Hiboria even the petty ollic'mls have : more individual power than their superior* .: Jn ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. PKIXCESS K Air LAM was to have be- come Queen of Hawaii iast Monday when she attained her majority. THE Czar is amused, il is s^tateO, at the spevtarular reeeptiim accorded to the Hnesians in Paris. Czar* Ionic Binilo.s, no doubt. PKIIKHYACIXTHI:,- for whom the Trench are collecting a popular subscription, has been obliged to lake pupils in order to earn a !i\\-e!iliood. (II:U NicToniv has a rooted aversion to the odor of tobacco. Thus\" is it that these who are near her sovereign per-' son puti* nothing but cigarettes.:....-'.. .. }I. AI.DIN VAI.AHKKOVK, tlfo plav- wri.:ht, who is, with M. Aurelien Sehbll, ,me•'•of the wittiest boulevardiers, is taking a new 'departure in life,. He is': about t publish a book called \"The Word of iiod.\" -y yy^iyy sI:\\ATOI: l'twin B. Iln-i. is described: as looking exceedingly lagged out and pale at. the recent bi^.: New York'l'am- many demonstration. There wsvsscarce-1 1\\- a\"fi^n of color in his facei but djis voice was as ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

DOOR COUNT„ Y DEMOCRAT. Entered at. Ifl\". potto IKCOU ' a stench to all good men, shoulder . , the whole thing off onto the Democratic wttofflcf at Hlurtj'ori Hay. am \\ . ,, , .. , , ., , , ml Sua mniur. party. But it wouldn t work, some ofl ,-^^v^,.,, v , * , . . . ^ w ^ . ^ w ^ — - \" \" - \" 1 their circfiiar matter- was too broad in x j r ^ r ^ T W E K K , ' T B Y ! the aim to pave the wav to that end. .-„ & b H t P A H D , j Democratic leaderss saw through it, and KiJtor« an d 1'roprlptor*. THANKSGIVING NOV. 30 . •r sa w r . j the A. J'. A. ivilPhav* to thrive SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. SI.5 0 PER YEAR. j Wi i'S OWI1 dling-hill. Ji:uaxc from the result in Ohio, and the. universal republican jollilica- tiori over it,,i! Jooks sis though the I republican party won id really get uplowed r*. \\ , ,- ,_ Stingo!) Hay or die. SrKCI.lI.. 'NOTICE. Ail person* a'ldrf :««lij coiftinuntiratl'iBS 1 tt e Joo Cour.rv IJKJSOCISAT. will r!e addw-aw th» ja» U*iifrr8 an r,ot {{« j/ap-'.-r ai...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

It Tays. Th e farmer \\yho has made dairying a prominent feature of his work has come through the hard times of the past si x months with less worry and less sacri- fice than hi3 neighbors who devote their main attention to crops and feeding. Not only have dairy products brought comparatively high prices during the summer but the cash has always been forthcoming. Th e man milking u a herd of good cows has been able to pay hisweaning running expenses in cash right along. and, more than this, he has not been compelled to make sacrifices or borrow money at excessively High rates of in- terest. Dairying is* the most profitable industry on the farm, all things consid- ered, and is likely to be so for years to come. The Value of Muck. W e occasionally receive inquiries from farmers as to the value of muck for mauurial purposes. Th e subject has been quite thoroughly studied by the Michigan Experiment Station, and the following description of the properties of good muck will be found inter...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the poHofflee at Sturgeon Bay, as second clasK matter. PUBLISHED' WEEKLY BY P11HNEY & S H B P A R D , Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. Si.5 0 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the Dooa COUNTY DKMOCKAT, will please address'the, publishers and not tho.paper alone. Always address lis follows: PINNKY & SHEPAKD. Publishers. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., NOV. 11. 1803 a stench to nil good men, shoulder J T H A N K S G I V I NG NOV. 30. the whole thing off onto the Democratic j rresident Cleveland Issues a Proclamation party. But it wouldn't work, some of I Naming the Day. their circular matter was too broad in WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 . - 1 he president the aim to pave the way to that end. has issued the following Thanksgiving Democratic: leaders saw 'through it, and j proclamation: the A. 1\\ A. will have to thrive, or die, j % the president of the United States THE ELEGTIONS. Croat Republican Unjoin...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

'\"\" . It Pays. ' ' The farmer who has made dairying a prominent feature of his work lias come through the hard times of the past six • mouths with less worry and less sacri- fice than his neighbors who devote their main attention to crops and feeding. Not only have dairy products brought comparatively high prices during \"the §ummer but the cash has always been forthcoming. The man milking a herd fed a ration of grain or gra«s fron of good cows has been able to pay his weaning time until they reached frou running expenses in cash right, along, eighty to one hundred pounds weight and, more- than this, he has not been compelled to make sacrifices.or borrow money at excessively high rates .of in- terest. Dairying is'the most profitable industry on the farm, all things consid- ered, and is likely to be so for years to come. The Value of Muck. We occasionally receive inquiries from farmers as to the value of muck for manurial purposes. The subject has beenquite thoroughly studied by ...

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

DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINNEY&SHEPAUD - Publishers. TURKISH TROOPS DRIVEN OUT. Uprising In Albania Against the Sultan's Authority. BEUJBADE, NOV. 4\".—It is reported from Prisrenb to-day that the director of the fieminary there has been murdered by the Arnauts, who are in possession of that city after having driven the Turkish garrison into the citadel. They have Kent an ultimatum to the Sultan demand- ing the .complete evacuation of the troops by Wednesday next and the granting of autonomy to the Pashalik of Prisrend. The ArnautK also informed the Porte that should this ultimatum be rejected the Turkish troops would be expelled by force from the Pashalik. The Sultan\" has dispatched' a body of troops to relieve the garrison of Pris- rend and to chastise the rebels. FOUR fcEGROES LYNCHED. Three Men and a Woman Found Hanging. • to a Tree. FAYETTnvn.ii:, Teun., Nov. 4.—Early this morning on the furm of Jack Dan- iels, near Lynchburg, Ned Waggon- er, his BOU Wi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

NEWS PARAGRAPHS. CHAKI-KS Oi«ni.AN has left the Rose Coghlan Company. THE Georgia Senate killed by a deci- sive vote the anti-cigarette bill. Twi:\\-TY-roru new cases of yellow fe- •vcraro reported-at Brunswick^,'.'G'a '---. vS.'B. SALT: & Co., wholesale grocers at *?t. Louis, failed with liabilities of f6p,^ WO. .'- ••'.' :.^.-- $ --S % W--' ! the Florence Hawley iuuitfer^basb at Bridgeport, Conn , ^thO'^rir^^dis-y iiareed. -..\"•'•: :\"y'^y%-ir£:A- \"ViOE-PiiK.siiKN- STEVEXSOS wiU 5pbrid the congressional recess^at: Blpbmirig4 ton, 111.. .' v' - '-':v:,S\":y:i --£y^:yyy-::£' D A MP HoiXAnAy,$R^«i^ at Wes- ton, Mo. He was a b rothel of Ben- JloUaday.' • '•. -'. ,\":# /f ^ M - ' i ^ ' i ^ i ' l ^ •Tm: Digelpw carpet rifiifs •at &ihtbri •3Iass., einploying:Ji(^optrative^haVe shut down :- 'y:\\^£^^^^^ /f::i: i COL. C P . /STEELS . fe(th^-ih-ia^v :c»f ihe late Gem ^Vi^ Sbetiiaan, died at •Columbus, 0 ^ ^ :Vj v- ^t'\"M' '•'••'/'' 'P-:\" TJCIE Massaeliusettssupreme bburt h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 November 1893

IN THE, COUNTY. UNION. Joseph Itass started on a business trip to Humbolt, Brown county, this week. The farmers are now nearly all done plowing and are busy getting out their winter's wood. Mr. Maurice Moore visited his rela- tives and numerous friends atGreenleaf and Rockland, in Brown county, last week. The real estate'of Clement Gcneisse, disceased, consisting of 180 acres of land with a house and burn, is to be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on the 28th inst. Our fishermen have been doing real well fishing this fall and several of the farmers are now making the necessary preparations for a rich campaign of gill-net fishing when the 'bay freezes over. Mike Moore and Hen Whiteside start for the lumber woods in the. vicinity of Pike, Wis., this week. The boys will be gone all winter and their best girls must look to their guardian angels for protection. ' • Mr. Mike Suado. one of the leading hay pressers of the town of Gardner, has been at work pressing in tin- south-...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 November 1893

VOL. I. mtmimm STURGEON BAY,.WIS,, SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1893. mim •jim^ SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under this head will be inserted for tw o cents per line encli insertion. FOR SALE—One pair of good working oxen six years old. Enquire of X. BAVHY. Ever- green, Wis. Ddesires RESSMAKING-A flrst-clsiss dressmaker work by the day. Orders left in care of Mrs. F. U. Parkin an, promptly attended to. Address Mrs. A. H. Pinney. Fpower. OR SALE—One second-hand one-horse tread Suitable for any lijrht work. Will sell cheap. Call on PK1T.SCHLER BROS., Well Sinkers. Sevastopol or Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ITUATION WANTED.—liy intelligent and energetic young man. as first, or assistant book-keeper in manufactnring or mercantile establishment. Address F. W. H., care of this oftlce. LQCflL. The county board met on Tuesday in regular session. \"Meuominees\" seem to be a leading catch for fishermen just now. Fishermen are commencing to catch herring in pretty fair quantities. T H E best kerosene oil in the...

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

DOOR COONTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PUTNEY &SHEPARD - Publishers. ROBBED BY FIVE MEN. Illinois Central Train Held Up a t a Point a Few Miles from Cairo. CAIBO, II!., Nov. 11.—Illinois Central train No. 22, duo hero, at'10:.'!0 this morning, was stopped at May field .Bridge, Ky., about eight miles south of Cairo, by five masked men. As soon as the train stopped the robbers gained an entrance to the express oar and secured a large sum in cash and a valuable money package. The robbers then left the train and made for the woods. Tho tram was in charge of Conductor Charles Shearin, and E. 15. McNeal was the messenger, both of whom fired several shots at the robbers but without effect. * The robbers got, on at. Bard well and made tho raid when the train stopped for water. The package taken from the express messenger contained $1,400 and the passengers were also robbed. Bloodhounds were asked for and a.re now en route and should be on the, ground by noon. The express car was ro...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 November 1893

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. YOPtCS OF INTEREST TO FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. S o w to Kemovo th e Outer Coating of Alack Walnuts—Gathering Corn—Move- ment of .Water in Soils—Value of Dried Fruits—General Farm Matters. Movement of iVuter In Soils. 'Capillary attraction, surface ad- Siesion and surface tension are th e various names by which we designate the agency that caases motion of the water through soil. Every tiny par- ticle of soil when brought in contact with a moist surface becomes sur:, rounded with a thin (Hm of moisture I t is a tiny soap bubble, with a par- ticle of sand instead of air inside. In •ordinary sands or clays 50 per cent, of the bulk is air space, and when this space is fully occupied by water the soil is fully saturated. When slightly saturated and brought-in •contact with new supplies of water, the films around each particle, tend: to thicken, but th e particles least moistened are, by agency of surface tension, drawing from those that have a great supply. In other words,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 November 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the postoMce at, Murgeon Say, as second ci(us matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY P I N N E Y & S H E P A R D , Kditora an d Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.5 0 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. All persona addressing comniunfcations to* the DOOR COUNTY DKMOCIIAT. . will please address the publishers and not the paper alone'. Always address as follows: PINSK Y &, SHKPARD, Publisher*, Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON 1 U Y T W I S T ~ N O ^ ^ E D I T O R I A L . AN A. P. A. society lias been formed at Shell Lake. The Washburn Co. Reg- ister shoukKfollow up its partial expose of the society will full particulars of its nefarious objects from a political stand- point. SEKATOK HILL has fooled away his last chance to be president. He is too small a man for the place, and it is a good thing for the country to know it before he got there. Governor Flower's chances are worth ten to his one. THE Kenosha Blade has been placed in the hands of a receiver. We hope that th...

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

POULTRY. * Never! JfeVer set a hen in the laying house. Never yard - together tlie old anda youngstock. Never let the chicks out in the morning before the dew is off , the grass. Never allow the droppings t acumu- late, unless you are not afraid of lice. Never be led astray by the highflown descriptions of new breeds, but stick lb what you have. . Nev'er build your hen house along- side the burn. If there are any lice about the other stock they are apt toadds become infested. Never build a hen house without attaching a scratching pen in winter and bad weather. Never overfeed, at the same time always feed enough. Just what they will eat up clean is what they need. Never feed heating food in summer Never let a spring pass without whitewashing the interior of all your poultry buildings. Never yard t w o male birds in the same flock. The.one is sure to be boss, while the other is useless. . ? , : Never attempt to put your, entire at- tention to poultry until ybuj^ava thoroughly learned ...

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

CHAPTER XXVI CONTINUED ' And at this stern Command two soldiers hurried forward, and, without the slightest ^ceremony or compunction, they seized her, dragged her up, and with brutal rough- nws thrust her back amongst the women. Tfor a moment Paul looked like a wild, fierce animal driven to boy and about to fly at the huntem. But hi* eye caught Cathe-- rilie's eyes, and there was something in her expression that restrained him. Ifthoolli- ceroftho convoy, however, had not been ••. obtUHC, ho must liavo recognized th'at she •was,a potent factor that would have to be reckoned with, for the convulsive working of her hands, her closely-set teoib, and the tearless, Hashing eyes spoke too surely of o flcrcencts that sooner or later would burst '•'out 'and commit havoc. And presently ahe whispered savagely to Rachel:-— \"God lorgetme it I forget this wrong.\" • A n d now, nil being ready, every /Wa n having answered to bin name, ' the- tol.-igas filled with their load of Buttering humanity...

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

\" I F you don't chafee this man, \" eatd one cow to another, \"I'll get after hira o n m y own hook.\"—Rochester Democrat. A b o u t a y o u n g man's-neck to*bo a sufferer from ner- vous exhaustion, ner- vous debility, impair- ed m e m o r y , l o w spirits, irritable tem- per, and the thousand and one derangements of mind and body thnt result from, unnatural, pernicious habits, c o n t r a c t e d through ignorance. Such habits result in loss of manly power, wreck the constitution and sometimes pro- dace softening of the brain, epilepsy, pa- ralysis, and even dread insanity. To reach, re-claim and restore such un- fortunates to health and happiness, is the aim of the publishers of a book written in plain but chaste lnnguage, on the nature, symptoms am. curability, by home treat- ment, of such diseases. This book will be sent sealed. • plain envelope, on receipt of ten cents in ..tmnps, for postage. Address, World's Y- tusary Medical Association. 663 Main St.. Buffalo. N. Y. ^ KNO...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 November 1893

r IN THE COUNTY, UNION. C. Jeanquart recently sold one of his pony mares for seventy-live dollars. Oscar Fountain*.', who has been away at Menominee, Mich., dining the past summer, came home recently to stay for an indefinite length of time. Pete Delfos.se and Josie Jarliri were united in the Holy bonds of Matrimony last Saturday, The Rev. Fr.. Jonaiix, pastor of the'Ro.shreChiinh, per-fonhed the ceremony. One of our fishermen, nnide a raid on the nets of a Little Sturgeon lisherman last Sunday night and stole from $T to $100 worth of lish. The Little Sturgeon Laiinfal,\" a selection from Lowell. I would state fur the benefit of the teach- ers that a fair volume of the poems of either Burns or Lowell may be procured of Houghton, Mefllin & Co., Chicago, for 75 \"cents. Burns can not be had in leaflet form. Leaflets from Lowell can be had at 15 cents. Those present at the meeting were Misses Edith Ehike, Gustie Spring, Car- rie Wildhagen, May Eatongh, Gertrude ' Berlin. Lizzie Col...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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