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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 1 March 1894

ffll^^ ^^S^l^^S^^P •'Mi loirinir hands so gladto gwrt,^? i* :fe: :v.--'A:^(vi«r]nljr''cii^ Your welcome In6moreri»i^in^ V:: Vr While Time t^X^^pm^^:- 0^\\ •' • 6h tenderhami8i who« iQ0i^a^% y ^: Could Bootho the keenest palni --p Earth holds for mo no » 1 ^ koch. P • Noreror|vUl!'aS3^. '::ff r ^ Oh, helpful bands « promptto cheer And banish trouble fari Yon made lorUB aax beaweii l»*te* • ' But no^'tlswher e y«Wa*e^-i. Oh, open handsad freetoshare? Oh ^vcarj-hands at ijwt, ' , No w folded in eternal prayer Upon the peaceful breast. —Donahoe'a Magazine. W n + v ^ ' « * ^ f h m ^ T ' r v i ^ i i r f i r 1 ^ « W 3 of golden grain were b o w i n e i n th e T H E D E S M 1 T B L W M & \" ' * « * « « o n land t h a t in its native condition v^tf?,', ,'\"v.'.. Vv: : '^ -:-.': j w a s th e rentabl e abomination of desola- ••••'.••'..'., '.\".-?'''\"'••V^-S^rr_~~~-. • Ition. W h a t wouder, with, such m e n t o EFFEC T O F IRRIGATION O N T H E ARID ] help hi m and w i t h an ...

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 — 1 March 1894

•: , 8l^eOoiteivm^i?i i^vi v . v. ... -.. . . 0 3 Advertlslngrat^ furnished upon application. STURGEON BAT. WIS.. MAR. 1. 1894. : ?^^ : -- .V VHARb TIMES.V : •-•'• o:Th e Chicago Record has the following sensible articleiunder the head of *'Tnese Hard Times.\" tfhero IH still some crooking because of the hard times. And lt|frthocroaking that makes the times hard. If rtll complaining' which is \"really without any substantial foundation could stop, tho business interests would re- ceive at once a wonderful Impulse toward im- provement. We bellovo tho country is on the verge of an eraof great prosperity and that within a few months at most there will bo no complaint of tho lack of or depression in business. We believe this for tho foliowing reasons: Tbore Is scarcely a manufacturer of staplo goods in the country who has any considerable stock on hand. With tho threat of business depression manufacturing enterprises at onoo checked tholr output of goods, and during tho last seven month...

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 — 1 March 1894

^w. PP%^ gS#^3«^i%^^vfiJ!»:l ?2tf2i2 'm&z^ V • 6\"t tftat doesnt prevent me from still doings •••• business at'the old stand.K^.?' &v: f LOOK AT THESE P E f c E & l Good Syrup, per gal., - ^5c^ Better Syrup, « - . SOc. Raisins, bulk, per lfc., SJUHI 7c. Currants, \" «, . x 7c. .'*'.'..' 1 lb. Packages, clean, 10c. Coffee, packasre, . / . 25c. .«« bulk, roasted, - - 23c Sugar, granulated, p£r lb., 5c. Kerosene, good, per gal., - 10c. Rice, good quality, per lb., 6c. . These goods are the retyJteat that can be got for th* price and arj}. not, \"ehtap'l in quality. C. FELDMANN. \"Happy Homes and How to Make Them\" BUY YOUR FURNITURE OF THOS. GILLESPIE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK , In the City. \" tJiidertakina: a S p e c i a l t y . STURGEON BAT. BEST PLACE TO BUY IN THE CITY When you want anything in the line of DRY GOODS, Boots and Slioes, Hats and Caps, Crockery and Glassware, Groceries, Etc, M, COCHEM'S. SHIMMELsi Merchant Tailors STURGEON BAY, WIS. We have in* stock...

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 — 1 March 1894

gloriowwe* thotamUaand bura^--A Golden ey«», IOV^B lustrotw meed— JBUkcn, ahatnry, soft and bright .As the clouds and beams of night, P » » my rererent hand's caress Back with friendlier gentleness. Dogs may fawn on all and some You. • friend of loftier mind, Answer friends alone in kind. , Just your foot upon my hand Spftljr bids it understand.\"^ Morning round this silent, sweet Garden seat '•. Sheds its wealth of gathering light. Thrills the gradual clouds with might. Changes woodland, orchard, heath. Lawn and garden there beneath. Fair and dim they gleamed below. Now they glow Deep as oven your sunbright ©yes— Fair as even the wakening skies. Can it notor cau it be Now that you give thanks to see? May not you rejoice as I, Seeing the sky Change to heaven revealed and bid Earth reveal the heaven it hid All night long from stars and moon, Now the sun sots all in tune? What within you wakes with day Whocr-nsay? All too little may we tell. Friends who like each other well, •Wha...

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 — 1 March 1894

mmmmmsmmzm '&^Mm0m HgpfgRf W$ THE DEMOCRAT ^|K:IM!RABLr-6rW^ c: \"Metropolitan p * j v Goods StoxmiCraarded W i t h Novelties—Tb tar* Seen I n th « S h o w . • ' : Wl*dow » — Three / Importe d M o o r a l n c •'\"v .iV\"V ^^ ICopyriBht, 1804. by American Press : JUnoela- Side b y side stand counters, o n e holdin g piles of shimmerin g silkB, rich a n d beauti- ful$ another laden w i t h c a l i c o e s a n d prints,\" anothe r agai n loaded^|wttfr-^80ffe woolen goods, an d still another covered w i t h sheer printed m u l l s an d muslins. Printed a n d . striped Frenc h flannels lie jus t beyond, a n d 6b on throughout , not one, b u t a hundred tftbres.' Therei i s e v e r y t h i n g for e v e r y o n e and every season o f weather, and eac h sep- ^ y ^ # I P # * * * u l l . , • •- •'. ' I i Tidin g lines. T h i s :w*t«fti*iauve. and cream. ^ T f c e f c t e ^ o t h e r f o r h a i r m y o u n g a*dy and intended for » yery full ' p u r p l e velvet rufBetlieneath. The s...

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 — 1 March 1894

WiliiilM W^MI% Vet M^ :M-^OUNty -IIMIL.B/ffii-v ' • \" : • • ' . ' \" : .- '..•' . • • . . - • • • • « • : • v ' :, \\ SEVASTOPOL. •To the Etljtor of 'The Democrat: IxsTtTCTB, r Feb. 28th.—The building formerly occupied by the Lutheran minis- ter has been purchased by John AVester and moved to McGovorn's corners, a dis- tance of about half a mile, John McDonald doing tho job. A cheese-factory and oth- er places of business will be started in the spring. The bishop is expected to visit this place , at any time to administer confirmation to some of the young people attending St. AloysiuH Institute. Rev. Fr. Ueunosn, who left hero some time ago, is now located nt Portage, this state. Mr. and Mrs. Clms. Reynolds, of Jack- sonport, drovo through here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curl Hendricks, of Abna- peo, drove through hero yesterday on their way to Baileys Harbor. The mill at this place and Vosoville giro employment to about eighteen or twenty men. Miss Jennie Vose, of Voseviile, goes no...

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 — 8 March 1894

I^Qmti Rooms -/ JMA VQ:LUME xxi . STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, 'MARCH S, 1894, NUMBER 28 . dl A CONNECTING RAILROAD. ROAD TO CONNECT WITH THE '•• • AHNAPEE & WESTERN. .Project to Build a Line from Wrightstown to Casco—If Done It Will bo of Vast Ben- efit to this City. The South Kaukauna Sun states in its last issue that a gentleman largely con- nected with-railroad projects was in that city recently, his visit there being for the purpose of interesting the business men of that city in a railroad project which, if car- ried out, will be of-much importance to the people of Sturgeon Bay. fh e gentleman was supposed to have been working.in the interests of the St. Paul system. Continu- ing, the Sun states There was talk, last year, of the extension of the Milwaukee & Northern from Appleton down the river to DePere, but the road this gentleman speaks, of would leave the river at Wrightstown, cross the country and connect with the Decker road at Casco Junction. Such a road, if it...

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 — 8 March 1894

r CHAPTER L .^^•Themn was just going down, a hiss- ing globe of fire and torment. Already the lower limb was in contact with the Ragged backbone of the mountain chain that rimmed the desert with purple and gold. Out on- the barren, hard baked flat in front of the corral, just where it had been unhitched when the paymaster and his safe were dumped aocn after dawn, a weatherbeaten am- bulance was throwing unbroken a mile long shadow toward the distant Chris- tobal. The gateway to the east through the Santa Maria, sharply notched in the gleaming range, stood a day's march •away—a day's march now only made by night, for this was Arizona, and from tho rising of the sun to the going down, of the same anywhere south of that curdling mud bath, the Gila, the only human beings impervious to the fierceness of its rays were the Apaches. \"And thoy,'! growled the paymaster a* ho petulantly snapped the lock of 'his .little safe, \"they're no more human \" than so many hyenas.\" A big man physical...

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 — 8 March 1894

** AFTEli A RAINY DAY^ I f i ' S ^ I ^ ^ - 8 ^ ^ ™ ^ . ' ^ 0 ^ 8 * ^ ^ : iraci ail but r rmt£- |?accdwd: parew of having the ting in ' hisposssesion. '• ' ^Mrs, Bonverie, Mrs. Bouverie,\"re- I monstrated the captain,'.\".this is really ! not quite fair.\" Hero Oarew, vrho had been growing whiter every jmoment, rose from his seat. , \" I regret that you should have such an opinion of mo as your words imply, Mrs. Bouverie.\" ho sai in a queer, un- ceitain voice. \"May i suggest that you drop tho subject for tho present? My temper ia not. all that it might be, v and 1 should bo sorry to be guilty or discourtesy to a lady.'* Then ho left tho saloon and went on deck.. , After this day, ho—ever, Carew ob- ^grye&ifi'gxcduoi but marked difference in his fellow passengers' demeanor to- ward himi His greetings wero received coldly, though with scrupulous polite- ness. Groups began to melt insensibly away at his approach, or his advent was a signal for a dead silence. wero comparatively...

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 — 8 March 1894

'UBURRKD v^ ^libiUiher. ^'daeYear '^v\"'v v:ffi^ w v,v. . .v .,V •:,. • • .iLoo 8ing io Copies.v..... • .^.v..,.:....,. ..:...... • • J» Advertising ratesfurnishedupon application. finttnd utthe jfifttoffice in Sturgeon Bay, Wit. .,', STPBGEON BAg, WIS.. MAR. 8. 1894. trnder the coption \"A Little Plain Talk,\" Editor Vosbardt, of the •Kewaunee Enter-, prise, calls tho attention of the busi- nessmen of Kewaunee t o ' a few whole- some troths that are as applicable to Stur- geon Bay as they are to Kewauneo. Ho «ays: ' ' Tho question is frequently naked by stran- gew. \"With.'all the free advertising Kewaunee \" has had during tho past three years, why has it not grown moro?\" The answer might be truthfully made, \"Because of the folly of our own citizens.\" No io-yn In Wisconsin, of Its size has received so much notice at the hands of tho public press where to little substantial advantage has been reaped from it- Hundreds of strangers and capitalists have been attract- ed here by t...

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 — 8 March 1894

iflilHer T\\hix)iie Bat thatdoesn't prevent me from still doing, ?i business at the old stand, LOOK AT THESE PRICES^ Good Syrup, per gal., - 25c. Better Syrup, « . - 30c. Raisins, balk, per lb., o and 7c. Currants, \" . « - - 7c. \"'••• 1 lb. Packages, clean. Coffee, package, - ' .-••\"••\" •'* bulk, roasted, • Sugar, granulated, per lb., Kerosene, good, per gal., - Rice, good quality, per 11. These good* are the very best that can bv got for tlte price and are not \"cheap\" in quality. C. FELDMANN. 10c. 25c. 23c. 5c. 10Q. 6c. TB'BUl-ATIONS OF A SWELL. DOO R COUNTY. ROBERT L. CUTTING-. \"Happy Homes and How to Make Them\" BUY YOUR FURNITURE OF THOS. GILLESPIE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK In the City. T J n d e r t a k i n S : a S p e c i a l t y . STUKGEON BAY. BEST PLAGE TO BUY IN THE CITY Wlieu you want anything in the lino of DR Y GOODS , Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Crockery and Glassware, Groceries, Etc, Go to M. COCHEM'S. w»^' irirkBii lnt*r««tm«i in »k. i'«rf.,» M •*• ...

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 — 8 March 1894

^^ys '•^r^:.^. JVilNISTERING ANGELS .Wlhc plains of Arizona. wnpletoigilrt ^*pf intmt food arid hobby A^REATENGUSH UWYER TELLS US ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ | | WHATTHEYVAFIE/ *eacb c _ _ ...,..,.,,.___....„„ Algonquin d o b \"or marry a man'able to provide ^blaiiitiful bonnr and Parisian ^P*try|»iyrlena. 4o M«mo»rr • ' • \" A t i i i i l ^ ^ClaftafoYcmaWhen^ kMBti on some £n e iiib Foeti-Cood o n **• j W ^ l i e a t h and^partffrom'^Hasi-doiii-'- • ' • • s . j wltn other babies and its stains in public Speaking as an old lawyer* X may say'-j M*e definitely determined ^ t it may that few things compare in usefulness with know the great interest takear in its wel- a retentive, acctirate memory. It is in ! &re by all classes in.the comnmnity that youth that this 4 faculty is formed and ] it Way learnto comport iteelft s o i s t o be^ trained, and one of the best methods of [ • a modelofelegance forall theworid—the strengthening it is the habit of learning ] cosmopolitan Bean BrummeH of all...

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 — 8 March 1894

^$\"&?ZÂ¥f&- g'| ^K ::.- .CARE OF-: BEDDING! 'v ,V^ S i|^iaiaii* Clve Up Corseta—The Eight Sort £:?!?? T? , f e — W® n a a n au«l Si«eesa-^fcm«#eto .| ^ o m e n Gtowins-Marrlea Women'! - nt'P*MeaV^\"XI^.'W6iiuin- Diwinea*.\" : • • / The voting housewife who when buying Jber first hou.se f n rnishingscan afford a lit- tle additional outlay for slip coverings for pillows, holsters and mattresses will save • hersfelf much tiresome labor and eventual- l y conaiderabla expense.These slips for ntatfresseBare the most satisfactory when made of a cheap grade of blue and white •tksking—thatwhich retails for about 10 cents Being light and thKi, It washes eas- £ fly and is still heavy enough to serve the \"purpose of keeping the mattress clean. . When making pillows and holsters, it is better to use muslin jto contain the feath- ers, or doven, Laving a pood quality of feather ticking outside, which can easily be removed and laundered when soiled without the necessity of emptying ...

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 — 8 March 1894

mm^gi^ ]^^^J^^^^iS^Jf^§^'. ABSOU/TELY PURE Fcr Sale by Leathern & Smith COUNTY MAIL BAG. JACKSONPORT. IV) the Editor of The Doraocrat: JiKso?ii'OKT March Oth.—Owing to the soft \\vea| bor and continual raiti the roads have becbine pretty bare and in some places very muddy. \"Win, Londo, fbitmerly of this town but now of Wausaukoe^^aine here last Mon- day to visit friends ana^rolatives. He went to Baileys Harbor the following day to , visit friends in that place. \\ . Peter Collin*, proprietor of thoSNatlonal Hotel at Uaileys Harbor, and several of his friends, were in town today. \\ . Dr. Eames vaccinated the romaitilng scholars of all \"the schools here Monday and also those whom the vaccination did not affect. . We are very sorry to say that J. 0. Lan- gomak intends leaving us to teach his old school at Forestville. Mr. Langetnak has done all he could to further the interest and welfaro of all thoso who attend his school. Jacob Bagnnll is again iu health and it is hoped thut ...

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 — 15 March 1894

i0: - '••••••••'• W\\«twrioal Booms .'•..•• it. . • -..- • , . ,• . ,- • m VOIiUME XXi STURGEON BAY, T^wOTHUBSBAY, MARCH 15, 1894. NUMBER 24. fOLITIGlANSAREATWORK THE WAY THEY MANAGE TO OCCUPY BOTH SIDES OF THE FENCE. They Prefer to do Their Work Strictly on the Quiet—Promises Already Being Made ' By a Political Aspirant. Folitic&are waxing hot and the uufortu- uate persons who want city offices are do- ing their level best to get solid with the populace. During warm days every street corner is occupied by a crowd which is in most cases talking politics. To judge from appearances the important work of the campaign is done in broad daylight and in the publicity of our most-frequented streets. This is only apparently, however, and very little work of importance is done in this manner. A political campaign that was planned or. the streets Would not stand much chance of being successful, as the schemes of politicians are generally of a delicate nature and do not stand expos- ure to...

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 — 15 March 1894

W e h a v e i n s t o c k a fine ' line o f F a l l a n d W i n t e r S u i t i n g s , au d w e ar e b e t t e r p r e p a r e d tha n e v e r t o g i v e y o u c l o t h e s t h a t are g u a r - a n t e e d t o g i v e satisfactio n an d a t price s t h a t suit t h e t i m e s . B o y s ' Suits , $ 1 3 a n d upward . Men' s Suits , $ 1 5 a n d upward . P a n t s , $ 3 . 5 0 a n d u p w a r d . W e a l s o carr y a larg e s t o c k ot S h i r t s , U n d e r w e a r , N e c k w e a r , a n d e v e r y t h i n g in t h e line of G e n t s ' F u r n i s h i n g s . Also dealers In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc, KBPAIHING A SPECIALTY. Jos LeMere, lenfo In Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Provisions, Etc. aACK80NPOUT WIS. ' I pay the hlf-host market nrioo for Farm Produce, Oordwood, Cedar Posts aud Tleu. Public Dockage at reasonable rates. Also buy Froab aud Salt Fish, .'GROW AND SHEBOYGBN BRICK. Brick of the best quality for building pnr- posos-or Ore brlok laid down ut uuy pior in ilio ...

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 — 15 March 1894

agjf aili I ^ C f t - ? . ' ' ^ : •\"•}/ '\" ins/-' './ ':':-'':: :. \":'•'''' ':-^,\": v^':' t*stnight we qaarrelcd o'er some trifling mat- ter, .V •• • .,• •••-,,'•••. • \"•'.-'.•. •/:• . :,•• Ana I repented spon aso'er I spoke,V.V.' Bat eho was cold, resented my advances, Beproved mo for the promises I broke. :, And though I did not merit her reproaches, \"-\" ' I unpinned from my coat ared, red rose. Knowing that she I loved so well could tell mo The meaning of the action-r-if she chose. And then I loft her, sure that she, my darling. If she.loves me, as I hope, will say That Bhe is sorry and accept the message r My rose bore to her when we meet today. Last night we quarreled, but before he left me He took from off his coat a deep red rose, * Handing it to mo with ajook of sorrow. As if he loved me. What does he suppose? That he can trifle with my feelings that way? He'll think twice if we disagree again. A rose is not the thing to win my love with.. Why, any man could do what h...

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 — 15 March 1894

Jill sJftSP ilt® J. EDWARD RAKUIP, publisher. ,:bne^ear^&'i:S ^ -8l3t:i«dt«b8 h^Si#:v.U ..'i: . .,.-...... JO • Thre6Month8-iv.i' i .^.v,vvw ... .,'...:..'..:. • • .25 vsinjitojdpjj^^ .o» Advertising rates furnished upon appllcatfon. •yKnMr&W 'ihi-#6ii$^'-4ii:'8tiiift^ Bay, Wit. 8TTJBGBOK BAXV wrS.. MAR. 15. 18W. KEVES KNOWS WORK IS NEEDED M^ many years the power of the republican party in this state, : has written a letter to the Mitoaukee Sen- • tinel in which he reads the riot not* to the present party managers and which shows that the old and wise heads of the party do , not take the cheerful -view of republican chances at the next election which the present hopeful lenders pretend to regard! as a victory before the fight. Mr. Koyes opens bis letter with a tribute to the state central committee. He says of its recent meeting: \"I did not observo that any very Important aotion was taken for tbo benefit and advan- tage of the party. The Impression seemed to prevail tha...

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 — 15 March 1894

: i •06W If j^OPAGATES THE FAfi^ M ttgS ^:FOREIGN 'uiNb&^V^-V&SS £*&M*y TobnK MUsionarles Sent Out Every ^ iTear—They Pay Their Own Expense* | 'Mormonitm -is Still Vlgorbas and Ag • • The Mormon church still flourishes in Utah, though it in longer attracts such .a large share of the national attention as it did before the passage of the antipolygamy laws by congress. The church authorities claim that their people ho longer practice /polygamy since '...presidentWoodruff ad- vised them to givo it up oh' the passage of the iaws, and ti e doctrine of plural mar- riages is no longer openly preached, though it still remains ah article of the faith'of the church, and her missionaries are as ready asever to defend it as a divinely inspired institution. It is kept in the background as much as possible, however. • .• *• In most other respects the church remains as it was in the' palmy days of Brighaiu Young—afiourishing, vigorous and aggress- ive institution. Nothing illustrates ...

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 — 15 March 1894

Wmm^^m^m^Sufim A LIFE'S SECRET. MINISTERING ANGELS on the plains of Arizona. READ ABOUT THEM IN Bimmin!inii!iii:( ! niii!!ininn!ii n!ii i!!n:i!!ii!iiiHiii!i!nii!imniifi!i FOES IN And Bh8'iaf4^.'' :tt^M.but^jreat«rda3r • v .^ That 8bo complalneil how slow her life drag' •'••. i gc&oti.'-k'^^:'i.)\"'/• '...:^ ..c^V::'//. -*tt:\"'-. ^v '••:'. Tho silent earth has claimed Jta kindred day, - And shb is gone.: :•'. ': . £ • •/. The old,' old story,Jove'that lived uhknbwnj The faithful heart that only beat to break. The greatest knowledge held by her alono, . .. ••-•' Forlove'ssweetsake.• • ': The rivulet flows paward to th© stream The stream rejoidng leaps unto tlia sea. But thatgreat ho^je, her lire's one fitful gleam, Was not to be. . . The greatest songs aro still tho songs unsung, The greatest secret, but ono heart can hold. The. greatest love that in lifo's balance haug •'•••:• Was lovo untold. —Detroit Free Prcssj. TOO MUCH BLUE. ll«UUIIlU!ill!!llUl!li il!lllUl!!!!.!:il[:!^ ...

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