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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 December 1893

POULTRY FARMING. f t Wil l F a y I f M a n a g e d w i t h W i s d o m a n d Enerjry. We have a letter before u s from a youn g ma n wh o wants t o g o into poul- try farming, and he asks the usual questions, winding up with: \"Does it pay?\" Tha t question isaske d a thou- sand times a year, and th e inquirers all know that poultry farming, like an y other kind of farming, will pay if man- aged right. Th e evidence that it will pay, that i t has paid and that it is pay - ing no w is overwhelming. It pays the man wh o k n o w s ho w and wh o lias th e requisite energy and business ability. A prominent firm in this city ha s with- in a few years worked u p a family trade in fresh egg s of nearly half a million dozen annually. It wa s done by looking up th e men w h o know how to ge t egg s in the winter season, when fresh egg s are a luxury. A representa- tive of th e firm said t o us: \"We care nothing for the ma n wh o can furnish eggs only when an y fool can furnish them—when unca...

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 — 9 December 1893

H E GREAT BESPER. AGREEMENT. (co'rv.) CAPE TOWS, Mny 1,1831, '•-.'. We, the undersigned, agree to work to- fetheras, long as our strength and means old but and wc agree to shnro in equal (.'•\"•[•piiate whatever profitmay arise from ougreaser r tentcrprjse without favor to the more or less : fortunate 'partners. -The said profits to be \"divided at such time as shall be decided by majority, or.by lot, according to, circuin- stances. • It is further agreed, that, in the event of one partner dying, or otherwise backing out of the concern, his share shall bo di- vided in equal parts between the two re- maining partners and should one of the remaining two die (or otherwise back out), the whole* lot—tools, -laud, produce, etc., —shall become the property of the survivor, • to the exclusion of all other relative-, friends or claimants upon the deceased. (Signed.) JAN. VA.V HOECK. Jos. IIIIACE, Judge. BEHSAHD THOBSE. P. 8. It is understood between the above • . partners, that, in the event...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 December 1893

\" GUSlS LOADED FOR A GHOST. Its Specialty I s FriKliteiiiiif Belated Yotintr Couples in :» l»i- Street. ' Tliere are lots of loaded shotguns in Fri-eport, L. I., wuittnu to iieri'anite a weinl object that has been amusiii.u it- ft elf in the village for more tluin a week. Some of the shotguns are owned bv voting men who have a personal seore to settle with the apparition. Their grievance is thai the girls in the villaue sav it is a real ghost and have deeided to s(a.v indoors until ii is run 'down and captured, says the, New York Suu. Shade tree line the streets of the village and intensify the darkness at ninht and afford lurking jilaees lor the .dins!. Its principal haunt seems to be it the lower end of .Main Street, a place uiuth frequented by belated young ciiunles returning from church 'socia- bles'. , Miss Pauline Klein and Joseph Ben- nett were on their way to Hempstead the other night. Their path led thein bv the haunted spot. They were 'Walk- ing briskly along, when sudd...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 December 1893

IN THB COUNTY. x EGG HARBOE. CoTT0Kpofidencei. In a\" recent issue of the \" p o o n Co. D E M O C R A T appeared an acp.opn|t ,of a shooting match between Mr. Frjts^hter and Mr. McNallystating that after firing ten shots each. Mcjfally was de- clared the winner ami that this would put Mac to the front as ehampioitof Door County. '\"'\"-,. Now there are some of us who, while gt'Oftt respecters of Mae's rifle shooting ability, are Inclined to doubt the fairness of awarding him the chunijuonship for .the following reasons: •'' First, the. nuiiihi'r of shots tired were too few to settle, without doubt, which of the two is the best shot. Second, a match for the county championship should be free , for all and representatives from all parts of /.he county should he invited, through the papers, to participate. And in order that there be a full representation aniore seasonable time of year should be chosen for the match. / Third, there should be a preliminary . match of not less than twent...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 December 1893

SPECIAL COLUMN . Advertisements under this head wilt be Inserted for tw o cents pe r line esioh insertion. FOR SAI-iE six years old. green, Wis. One pair of good worlsinc oxen Enquire of X. BAVHY, Ever- DRKSSMAKINGy - deslres work b the day.Orders LOGfVL. first-class dressmaker loft in | care of Mrs. F. B. Parknian, promptly attended ! to. Address Mrs. A. H. Pinnoy. I Fpower. OR SALE—One second-hand one-horse tread I Suitable for anv Itelit work. Will j sell cheap. Call on FR1TSCHLER BROS.. Well Sinkers, Sevastopol or Sturgeon Bay. Wis. ATstyle COST--I organs which I will : • have several pianos r.ml new ell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accordcons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save, at least 25 per cent. l calling on me at Opera Hall. B. KAHN, Leathern & Smith are delivering large, quantities of hard coal to our citizens. Four degrees below zero on Wednes- day morning made early rizera! Mstle to keep warm. • • ^. V-V'V:':'\"-':'X^'*:\\hM\\ The hand...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 December 1893

DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . HNNEY&SHEPAED - Publishers. A BOMB IN PARIS. Infernal Machine\"Thrown Into the French Chamber of Deputies. PAKIS, Dec. 0.—A d y n a m i t e b o m b ha s bee n explode d in th e C h a m b e r of D e p - uties an d it is (-aid that Deput y Le Myrcrt d e Yillers. a Socialist deputy a n d o n e attendan t were killed by th e explo - sion. T h e b o m b was throw n at 4 o'clock c::actly. ItK explosion caused th e ladies iti th e gallery, which was well tilled, to becom e frantic. M. Burton Traibin, a n e w s p a p e r man, wh o was on th e floor of the chamber , was badly wounde d in, t h e forehead. It appear s that t h e c h a m b e r was in Wfipioii. .Suddenly from the right gut- Jery some sort of a b o m b was t h r o w n a n d foil in the midst of th e assembled deputies , causing a loud explosion. A scene of the greatest confusion fol- lowed. It is impossible to yet exact de - tails of (lie explosion at present, as th e poli...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 December 1893
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 — 16 December 1893
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 — 16 December 1893
Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 December 1893
Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 December 1893
Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 December 1893

IN THE . C O U N T Y . J A C K S O N P O U T . M r . J o s . Smit h is, anil has been, quilt ill w i t h th e grippe, an d hi s taauy.friemlf a r c looking for his early recovery. The' t u g Volunteer, of this place', is laid u p a t Manitowoc , whoro* she. will have a ne w wheel put on this winter. M A R I N E . The tu g Liberty make to-day, after whicli she will iay up. Tie ' . fishermen tha t have, ru n their net- A large a m o u n t of cord w o o d will b e j . i b r o . u , ( ) f l i w t | | ! s S C l S ( m l T p o n h a v i l J g gotten o u t here again tins winter, also , i l i n ( W ( 1 JJ, logs, ties a n d boits, t o some extcnt.v Liz/. wav back from Gre'-Mi 1 T h e l u g Nelson arrive d on Saturday . She ha d in to w th e barg e Bay State, her lastlift ' loaded with hard coal. ' ' T h e E. W . Shores, a familia r steam- barge a t this port, will receive ne w Scotch marin e boilers this winter . Gountu Board Proceedings. {.Continual from lest u-ctL\\~\\ ::mount paid for sam...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 December 1893

VOL I. SiSS?swiss»3 STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DEG. 23, 18&3§ NO. 48. SPECIAL COLUMN^ Advertisements under this head will tic Inserted for tw o cents pe r line each insertion. FOB SALE—One pair of good working oxen six years old. Enquire of I. BAVRV, Ever- green, Wis. Ddesires RESSMAKING—A first-class dressmaker work by the day. Orders left in care Of Mrs. F. B. Parkman, promptly attended to. Address Mrs. A, H. Pinney. Fpower. OR SALE—One second-hand one-horse tread Suitable for any Hunt work. Will sell cheap. Call oh FRITSCHLER BEOS., Well Sinkers, Sevastopol or Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, accordeons, etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me at. Opera Hall. B. HAHN. WANTED,kino, every of job printing, neatly, and Everybody to know that we do icatly , an d Send your promptly and at reasonable rates, orders to this office. Wan...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 December 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINNEY&SHEPAED - Publishers, FLOOD AT BUFFALO, One Thousand People Home1 less by High Water. '. BUFFALO, N. Y., Dee. Hi.—South Buf- falo has been visited by a disastrous flood. A large section of that part of . the city has been covered with water to the depth of several feet. It is estimated that 1,000 peo- fionichavye )le been driven from- their s b the flood. The heavy rains, melting snow and high lake winds have caused Buffalo Kiverandt azenova Lake to overflow their banks. The flood dis- trict extends from the intersection of Elk and Seneca streets westward to the Lehigh Valley bridge, a distance of a mile and a half, and southward about two miles to the creek. A. total area of five-square miles is under water and the money loss will be very heavy. Several vessels, among them the steamer Emily P. Weed, snapped their mooring chains and started adritt. No serious damage, however, was done to them. } DEATH OF L B. HILLS. : Brand Secr...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 December 1893

A0BICULTURALNEWS A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR OUR ^ RURAL READERS. it The ideal stable is in a well-pro- tected barn basement. Here the warmth from the cows will usually prevent any freezing in even theold est weather, and this, too, while al- lowing ventilation required to keep the air pure and sweet. It is better to teed the cows in a milking room outside the stables while they are be- ing milked. The narrow stalls do not give, the, chance that is require ! for ventilatioirwhon the,, cow dungs or urinates, as most cows are.prettv. certain to do while being tuil,ked Value* of Agrlcultual Colleges uiid Stations —Foundation an d Shed for a Far m Kettle —How t o Get Rid of Rats—Warm Stables tiy for Cows. ' Clover an d Clover Sc-' The idea that clover will not grow well on a newly-turned clover sod comes from the experience of farmers in wheat-growing sections, where the clover sod is plowed in the fall, seeded with wheat and then with clover again in the spring. In such case the mechanical c...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 December 1893

mm COUNTY DEMOCRAT. •Entered at the poslofflce at Sturgeon Hay, a« second class matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY P I N N E Y & S H E P A R D , Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.5 0 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. AH pereons addressing communications to the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCUAT, will please address the publisher: s and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: PlNNEV & SHEPAItl), Publishers. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON HAY. WLS^JTEcTaaTim EDITORIAL. THERE is something radically defect- ive and wrong in a labor system that makes possible such a condition as ex ists in the mining regions of Wisconsin and Michigan. WE here, are ail right. Hani limes never affects folks at home very mucl bnt away off, somewhere, they are all down at the Iteel. How kindly Provi- dence deals with the people who traffic in talcs of woe! The fitarting of four- mines in thethose upper peninsula affords a grain of consolation in the deplorable condition ing in the iron belt. Under the ghest t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 December 1893

RDEN. CORN HOUSE PLAN. A Building That Saves the Crop fro lamaj»lnB*J8ffect» T h e accompanying illustrations from sketches b y C. E . Benton, of Massachu- setts, sho w a novel and useful plan for a c o r n house, b y which not only more , corn Is sheltered i n proportion t o th e size and expense of th e building, but, w h a t i s of vastly more importance, th e corn i s saved from the damaging effects of driving rain an d snow, which in moist climates s o seriously affect the value of th e crop i n th e old- fashioned cribs, while i t is waiting to b e ground or fed. Th e ordinary crib has slatted sides, and the ventila- tion i s horizontal, hence th e driving rain an d sno w finds easy access t o every ear of corn. Bu t b y this method the. ventilation, while even more per- fect, i s from th e bottom upwards, which entirely protects th e corn from v direct exposure t o the elements. Th e building, whic h may b e of any conven- ' lent size o r proportion, is placed upon chestnut...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 December 1893

THE GREAT HESPER. TALE OP A BIG DIAMOND. Ho w an Immense Gem Was Lost, Recovered, and Lost Again. CHAPTER IV. rJl must summarize as briefly ns .jibssible the events that took\"'place the week following Lola's flight, not because I find them lacking, in inter- est,—for indeed these were the hap- piest days I had ever spent—but be- cause the lengthy description would unduly retard the progress of the history I have .set myself to nar- rat* On the morning of the loth, search '\"was made for Lola. Who \\V:IH not in the house. A little after mid-day. one of the keepers sent out to explore the : Abbey woods, and park, reported that !he had seen the fugitive in the fir plan- tation, about a mile from tho Abbey. At sight of him .she had \".scuttled\" away like a young deer, but he, obedi- •etit to orders had not pursued her. \"It's the smell of t he pines as draw- ee! her there,\" said the .'fudge \"who was born amoni'.u 'cm, end she loves 'cm 'more than luces and «itins and pictcrs, and n...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 December 1893

Christmas . Shall w e observe Christmas? W o might have thought it hardly worth while to ask and answer this question did we. notlin d it asked bv others an d variously answered. It is true that Chrifttinas has been, in times past, ac- companied by excess, and is eo some- times now. It is true that it has been (sometimes degraded by superstitions perhaps may sometimes be so degraded now. Phall w e abandon every good thing which the world has ever be- smirched and polluted with evil V It is true that we d o no t know on what day Christ was burn, nor on what month, nor, with certainty, even on what year. What then ? May w e not celebrate his coming, though we do not know jnst when he came. It is true that Santa Clans and St. Nicholas are only imaginary. What then? What a miserable world this would be it'(iod had not given us im- agination to delight ourselves withal'. Who shall celebrate Christmas it not all those to wl.oiu Christ has come, for whom Christ was born? Han he come only t...

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 — 23 December 1893

Ifi THBGOUNTY. JACKSONPORT. , Religious services will be held at St. Michaels church, New Years day, Jan. 1,. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Pa nl Liest i s paying from *5 to 85.50 for busswood logs fttul the mill will begin in earnest soon, ami continue rulining all winter. Thos. Brooks was offered §500 for Hie insurance on his house, but Mr. Brooks would not accept and no doubt will go to law about it. Teams belonging to J no. .Sargent and Jos. Robinson left the fore part of the week for northern Midi., where they have obtained employment.' C o n r a d (Jrofogel and Delos Philips have both been going around with a large smile. Both are boyS, which arrived the first of the week. The steambarge Rudolph loaded with wood here last Sunday. The working men were paid forty cents an hour which they considered simply \"good.\" Jno. N. Messenger has all the work in black-smithing in this town at present and from early morn till late at night you can hear the hammer of the sturdy blacksmith. TPitt'littrVi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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