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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 March 1893

VOL. I: STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1893. mmmi LOCAL. MAKCII.—Enter, Iamb exit, lion. Spring is here: the boys arc playing marbles.. - . . . \" . . - The mail from the south, arrived Via stage on Wednesday. :„ The Green Bay stage ca^esvj|£b sized loal of./fish rfewiy' :^\\^^' ^p| now.. • :: •• :: -:M^:&M^:- Jlefined Clare Iron at Sc^fifeld'&i|| / S-B.' Halm expects to, fiaVfe SK^^(j»f opera house ready for a' grted) |pisni$g /dance sometime in April. -//%-l4 k|iJ$§|f Fresh lish at retail foi^only:/t^/ pbM& per iwund, at Kalmbach's.// $bat!i| cheap enough for anyone. ::: ::.. wf/A £fi? Never rust tinware at Scptield's: : ?$p Large loads of lish continueitb BS brought to, this city from\" the far a $ | ^ Door, and from Washington Isla^ t K Still they .come. Who? WJrjr, stlb| seribers to the DOOK COUNTY . : J}fiftd£ CBAT, of course. Everybody knows v% good paper when they,seb it.. , ' '•- •.':~v$ Vacuum Engine Oils at Scofield's. oS Chas. Greisen must have b...

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 — 4 March 1893

*fi2 1 0 08 COUNTT DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY. W I S HJTNEY & SHEPAED - Publishes. A MOORISH INSULT. Refusal to Recogntee a United States Consul. TAKGIEH, Fob. 24.—Senhor Rizzo, the new Portuguese COBBUI, appointed to represent that country at Fez, and who also claims authority to represent the United States in a consular capacity, lias presented his credentials to the Moorish government at Fez. Tho Moorish authorities rudely refused to recognize him and declined to grant him a residence in tho capital on tho ground that foreign agents wore only al- lowed to retide at the Moorish ports. It is pointed out that both France and Great Britain have agencies .at Fez, and attention is called to tho presence at the Sultan's court of three military miBBions accredited to the French, Italian and Spanish govern- ments and connected with their respec- tive legations at Tangier. These estab- lishments are paid for by the Moorish Kovernment and cost the Sultan about £2,400 a year. WYOMING'S NEW ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 March 1893

EITFUS HATCH IS DEAD. \"Well-known «tock Oi»ri»to Expires Aftur n Lone Illnean. NEW YORK, Feb. 24.—Rufus Hatch, th e well-known stock speculator, died at hie home in Spuyten Duyvil at 3:30 yesterday afternoon. He had- been ill several -weeks, and his death was expected. \"Uncle Rufus,\" as he was known, had been missed from the Stock Exchange for two months, and prior to that time his operations had been limited. Mr. THE LATE BUFCS HATCH. Hatch leaves a fortune of Beveral millions. i'-Mr. Hatch waB a native of York \"Comity, Me., and waB born in 1833. At 12 years of age he was forced to earn his own living, and secured employ- ment in a general store in Kennobunk- - port. Me. When Kufus was 19 years old his family* moved t o Eockford, 111. Young Hatch «ot work in a store, which was the headquarters of the farmers for miles around. His employer was unable to buy up all the produce brought to him, •so he gave Rufus permission to buy and sell some for himself. The young man •did so...

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

DOOR 60UNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the pot/office at fthir/jeon Hay, UK second cla/tn milter. PUimSHEW WEKKF,Y BY P I N N E Y 8c 6 H E P A R D . EclltorS unit V.ropr!f*tor«. SU^SCRIPTlON^PR/CE,$1.50 PER YEAR. All persons adklresfttag coronr.inlcjitioPK to the DOOR COUNTY DKMOCHAT, will please sdtlrc&i the publishers arid not the paper uloue. Alwajsaitflrcs sis follows: PISNEY & SriKPAfll). Publisher.*. SturKooll 15ay. Wis. HAWAII. Tim Sandwich ..Islands, comprising the Jato kingdom of Hawaii, are eight in number, not counting two or three small rooky -whits. They lie just-south of the Tropic of Cancer,' in the, same THE city election is not very far off, and it is time now to begin to think up the' good and available men. Don't wait till yon get into caucus to do your thinking. That will be the time for ac- tion. The. politicians go into caucus STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAK. 4. 18!W: I rtha t railroad ordinance has any binding force at all. then the company j s a n r i , l „d their...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 March 1893

IN THE GQUNTY. JACKSONPORT. M. Welter, of Sturgeon Bay, was on business the fore'part of the week. Frank Lando, who has been on tlie nick list for a week or two, is rapidly recoverintr. The dance that was to have been held at the Eureka House, has been post- poned until some future time. IJev. «J°S- Jameson, 'holds regular ser- vices at the Episcopal eTriifeh every Wednesda3r and Friday evening and on Sundays. Rev. Perry Millar, of Marinette, held services at the Methodist church last Sunday, assisted by Rev. J. ,S. Neff, of Sturgeon Bay. A party of pleasure seekers went to Egg Harbor on Tuesday evening and- gave to Capt. Kirtland and his estima- ble wife a pleasant and agreeable sur- prise.1 The mill is running full blast, and do- ing good work. The proprietors are anxious to saw a very large number of logs between now and tlie opening of navigation. Theodore and Niekie Welter, left on Monday to attend the new Institute school in Sevastopol. A-number niofe bi: Jacksqnport childre...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 March 1893

•. :'- v..:'-: /v^o*EA^.,'/-'./. BYftORA WAftClAK, • ' I dreamed such n ar«an„my-mothe dear. And I know you wlil love to hear. Bend down to mo ciostr. mother diar, And let ice wbi«i*er In your ear. I tlrcunicd. I dreamed— X cannot make it seem to you ' ' AS the sunlight seemed It quivered and gleamed In A tweet pale gold that lit tbe blue . fc'o lovely a Hunt i never fcuciv. And I thought at the foot of a way-worn cross Lay a boy like me asleep, in tbe moss, And over o river dfep ibere ran . A bridge of this light in a single span. And 1 dreamed, and dreainea— I mover can, mane it seem to you Asto me it seemed. Over this liver, across its blue. Were Inmbs that gleiimed. They were as white as the frozen snow— Ho white that they seemed to shine, you know. But now, dear mother, hear the rest, For this is tho part 1 love the best: Down to the river a shepherd Cfime, And he called your little boy by uatne. I only dreamed. But 1 cannot tell the half to j'ou His dear face beamed, And his...

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

A BURlEb SHIP. Fauinl Twenly Fent Hil.vrtli o Snrfaca on. i» New Vork Street. Maybe it is 140 years since the old 6hip whose remains have been uncov- ered in Front Street sailed the seae. She was a 00-lboter and a three-roaster, eays the New York Sun, and she may \"have been a snip of war, for an old bayonet was found on her, as well as a seven-pound cannon ball. '•'.-*.. The finders were workmen, engaged under Supt. J. A. Hoary in excavating for ttte Front Street power-house of the Broadway cable road. The plant is to occupy Nos. 13, 15 and 17 Front Street, which is just below the south- east corner of Front and Broad. One day last week the. Italian cellar-diggers reported to Sunt. Hoary that they had struck a mass of solid timber and could go no-further. Trenches were sunk along the mass, and it proved to bo the hull ot an old sailing vessel, buried al- most 2) teet below the level of the street. She lay with her nose to Front Street and her'keel running back under the partition ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 March 1893

HEAL RURAL READING WILL BE FOUN D IN THIS PARTMENT. DE- HOW to Improve th e Roads—A Soil-Feeder for Swlna—Oats a» sli-e rood.-nircc- Clons for Making m Chicken Coup—Hoimo- Hold UlntB. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Cue Wide TlrcK. rt-IJB trreat de- stroyer of the common e a r t h roads are water and narrow wheel Mres. Every road .becomes smooth Iby the applica- Jtion oT-~a- roller, [and this smooth ing process is has- tened or retarded by the quality of the roller Itself. If you have a wheel tire 14 inches wide, like I those upon your farm wagon, every time you KO down • a road with a ton of produce, your wagon wheels sink into the soft mud, form ruts and tend to keep the road in a roiijrh condition. Your.1J inch \"roller\" will not profitably exert its rolling qualities until the mud be- comes nearly dry. A wider wheel tire would serve your purpose much better, and if the farmers use wheel tires three or four inches wide, as arc used abroad, dirt roads would bo rolled into passable condition in ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 March 1893

Have you heard the whistle of the hew shingle mill? 'Stage travel to an from Menominee is quite brisk now\". V There is no snow on the streets of Green Bay, and wagons are now\" being used wholly in that city. VYe guarantee a stylish cut and a per- fect fit every time. Shimmel & Son. A little daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Win. Richmond died from diphtheria on Wednesday. V If you want fancy colored-or tinted 3ob printing, we're your \"huckleberry,\" k!b\\it we haven't time to dp i t fotf/fnn. or |show.•'• . .:'- • S '• •-. ::-:/i ,- . fi-Tiie -week has,^eeu i very quiet brie :|jivchurch circleis, there having beenno ^Sgy^arings^*by prder of the board of ll^th.^ ^22Z3S_!S: :-r ':/:-fw. glflfTn^'best floor oil known at Scofield^ | ^ M h e front to the new Opera House ^Jfloek win present the finest appearance i t a n y like building in'this- state north 0L -Milwaukee. __''•'-'\"--'v'- fl|:3f he rain of Wednesday night lowered Pithe sndw and made our local seampn vi sinile at the anticipa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 March 1893

THE OLD STA6E BOAD.i It Was long ago. but the young leaves glowed In the sun gilt ilow by the mountain rona, ' Vfbeti the oeo swung on from the blackberry bloom, Wiien-thc partridge rose Willi a hollow l»oom, And the rabbit peeped with h!8 eyes ushine. And the squirrel jeered from the bough o' pino. And the thrus-h broke short h) his hnlf-triiled song. As the grand old stuge coach jolted nlong '..-'• The old route over the mountain. It WAS long ago when toe loud wheeJs pawed. How thrushes may ttuklo '-heir chime* to the •\"• iMSt, Now nothing troubles the wood-dush lone. The squirrel nibbles the seeds of his cone. The uight-taawk.ruilles nis brenst in $hes:ind, The white birch leans with lier silver waiul, And clilus liiihten the brumbies' loud And tueclover blooms in the gullied ror.d — The old route over the mountain.• \" \" And long aso at tho cud of its route The ntng« pulled ti] and the folks stepped out. They hiu-e ull ]»i*se under tho tavern door. The youth and his bride, ...

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

HOME AND THE FARM. A DEPARTMENT MADE U P FOR OUR RURAL FRIENDS. Destructive Caterpillars ami Their Remedy —Hdme-aiixeil Fertilizers Are t h e Best :'— Hand y 1'iisli Cart—General F a r m an d Garden Notes. The Fall Wel» Worm. There are two kinds of insects tha t Commonly make conspicuous webs for general crops is as follows: 200 lbs each nitrate of soda, sulphate of aminonia and muriate of potash, 400 lbs each of Peter Cooper's bone and bone blacic superphosphate, and 600 lbs of South Carolina rock superphos- phate. For potatoes this formula is recommended: 250 lbs nitrate, of soda, 200 lbs sulphate of ammonia. 400 lbs ot tankage,- TOO lbs of bone black superphosphate and 450 lbs of muriate of potash or of higlitrrade sulphate, of potash. Another formula lor potatoes is 100 lbs of nitrate of oda, 400 lbs each of dissolved bone. upon fruit and shade trees. Th e one j Peter Copper's bone and muriate o'f sqy abundant throughout New En- potash, and TOO lbs of bone black gland during re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 March 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. .Entered it the pottoMce at Murgeon Jiay, as , second clang matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY PINNEiY & 8 H E P A R D , Kditorn and I'roprlctorSf SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 P^Bf YEAR. S P K C I A Y . N O T I c i r \" ~»-=^-=' All iiorsohs adtlrecfttng communication* to the Boon COITNTY DEMOCUAT, wlli please i address the iuWl«hcr. and not the jntpor alone. Always address as follows): i I'liSNEY « Sl(i:»?AItl), PnWishorK, SlurK!o» iliiy. Win. | STURGEON BAY. WIS.,MAU: 11. 1S1W OI.K I'OSITION' I N 'I'OI.ITICM.. We stated in our \".•ii'monrici.-nient.\" in the iivHt\"'niin.)l) of this paper, that in politics this puper would hiMleiuneratie. But tvo pnrposoJy qtmlified that :(HST fkm hy the. further statement thai '-in this, as in all things else, this pap T will never eoinpromise'its independence. It will ho the organ «»F the party, hut. never of a clique, junto, or cabal. It is demo- cratic, and knows what that means.\" It may by well, now, as wo then intend-...

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

•PM- IN T-HE COUNTY. B A I L E Y S HARBOR . Miles M. Carrington went to Sturgeon Ba y o n Tuesday, combining business and pleasure. Gapt, Paul Nelson, was milled to Man- itowoc, the first of the week by the sud- den an d serious illness of Mrs. Nelson. . Frank AIcOiiHouifli has'charge of the primary dejiart men t'of our school while May Eatough is away at Menominee, Mich. • Willie Gigot • an d John Neville of Gardner were seeiis on our streets- last Sunday. Mr. Gigot wa s looking for in- formation as to where he could' find a big draft mare for sale. H e wanted her for breeding purposes. Mr. Eugene Duboise, ulio has been seriously troubled with the ear-ache re- cently, went to Sturgeon Bay last week for the purpose \"of receiving medical treatment from Dr. Deehesiie. , It is reported that Carl Hendricks is ! about to sell out his share of the grist' null, back to Thos.Toseland from whom j he originally bought it, a few, months] •ago. . The Board of Supervisiors of hi s town issued a...

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

DOOR BOUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINNEY & SHEPARD - Publishers. CABINET GOES IN. President CIevelant' First ineiit* Confirmed. Appotnt- WABHINGTON, D. C , March G.—If there, were any Democrats who, dissat- isfied with President Cleveland's cabi- net appointments, had hoped the nomi- nation of Judge W. Q. Gresharn to bo secretary of Btate would arouse ttie op- position of the anti-Cleveland men in the Senate, they Were doomed to disap- pointment. At 11:50 Maj. Pruden, the President's executive clerk, ap- peared upon the floor of the Senate. bearing the nominations of the officers of the cabinet, aa follows: Waiter Q. Grcsiiain, of Illinois, to be secretary of state. John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky, to be secretary of the treasury. Daniel S Laniont, of New York, to bu. secretary of war. Hichard Olney, of Massachusetts, to be attorney-general. Wilson S. UiSBdl, of .New York, to be postmaster-genera). Hilary A. Herbert, of Alabama, to be secretary of the navy. Hoke Smith, o...

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

GroTer Cleveland luangurated - as President. *The Ceremony Takes i?lace in a &i v Snowstorm. ••• IJoToeands of IReople Witness tie :sf^ '« ., ':.vJpiposing Scene. ^j^iecedente Throngs of People at WASHINOTONV £ C , March 4.—Grover Cleveland, of New York, thrice nomi- nated for President of the United^ States, and twice elected, was, to-day, inducted into that high office for his sec- ond term, with all appropriate cere- monies, and in the presence of a mighty multitude and with the accompaniment of a blinding snow storm. But not- withstanding every disadvantage of weather, the last occasion was greater than the first. Had the atmospheric conditions been anything like favor- able, instead of being as bad as could be, there would probably have been 60,000 men and a number -of ladies rid- ing in the parade, as against 25,000 in 1885. They were here, all waiting to .fall in line, but at the last moment some organizations were compelled to desist from participating. ^Nevertheless, ...

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

A BARN FOR SHEEP. Hundred Fla m of a Strnctore for One and Fifty Animals. Our illustration i s of a barn designed t o shelter 160 sheep. I t i s 30x50 feet wit h a \"lean to \" shed o n th e south and east. Th e lambing- pen , 12x12 feet, •hearin g floor o r shepherd's room, 12x12 feet, an d grain bin, 6x12 feet, occupy a space 12 feet wide across th e south end. Th e lambin g pen is divided into t w o parts b y a partition rnnuing north and south and each half can b e agai n divided into three pens b y mova- ble partitions indicated b y the dotted line in the figure. A root cellar under th e shearing- rootn i s reached h y a trap door and stairway. Th e grain bi n is divided into apartments for oats, corn, oil- meal, bran, etc. A feeding alley 4 feet wid e runs from th e shearing-room t o th e north end of the barn dividing this portion into tvyb sections, n an d a. Thes e tw o parts are divided b y th e ^movable partitions indicated b y dotted lines. The shed, A, is 54 feet lon g ...

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

MrSiiSl$l :?:•• £ ?M? ftft &&ifiiS Sfe?^ ^Oli. I . STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY MAKCH 18, 1$$$. LOCAL. DUST Tea 10c, at Louis Ba-very $. Two weeks from next Tuesday is election day. \" FRESH lime on hand-.at-A. Simon's. The stone-cutters have..commenced 3 ork ou Arnold Wagener\\s dhulding. y Refined flare Iron at Seofield's. : • Stone is being delivered on the site of ihe new Hauey Bros, blocky\"^ : All the latest pafti.'rus,ifi auilings now Vim hand, at ShiiniueitSs Son's. x- # i ^Tuesday forenoon we baik :a^tpguda# |p£treh ' 'bl usterer.\" We .are '$&&$'0liayj Such storms in ,ilsa^C^WMi^ii^^ ||y|i||ljOiU8' Bayery% y£:4M^iMS&l^0St, j^^||c%CTed it Scbfieid'?.' : ••' '% -^£y Al :\"'\" f s|g|P|fT^crt* :\\were many dinjg{*a«SuE5l^i \"\"\"*:i\"\" ji$ObM»',y\"aiew days ago. ^^•••••^f^S- |^^||l^6tj' ean,.do as well., as an ^expiert ly^ ||||||sniig ou r Wood: Filler, Stainerind VarJ |^||ni8hCpmbintttion.. • . SCOFIEUJ'^'CO^V - f§|l|i|8|iQurestimaltje contemporary...

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

DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . MNNEY & SHEPAUD - Publisher*. VERDICT FOR LADY BLANCHE Decision in the Notorious De Walden Di- vorce Case. LONDON, March 11.—Lady Blanche continued her testimony to-day in the Howard Do Walden Buit. She testified that befo-e going to Bournemouth .to Bee her child, Thoinra Evelyn she etayed at the residence of Col. Ilolden in Yorkshire. Count Jean De Mndre was also there, hut she did not give to Count the name of the hotel at which she proposed to stop in Bournemouth. The count had perhaps seen her oil on the train at Waterloo Station. Count Jean had dined with her only once at Bournemouth/and ehe had not eeen him since 1891. Hero the foreman of the jury spoke npund intimated that her ladyship's evidence had convinced the jury of her innocence. This did not seem to he the unanimous opinion of the jury, as one juror interposed and said he Would like to hear the case out. Lady Blanche then concluded her testimony, and the case was closed....

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

FORTY-THREE SKELETONS.. Remains of a Missing: Cavalry Troop Found in New Mexico. AiiJdi'Hjc, N. M.. March 13.—Capt. P. Stanley, oi Silverton, Col., accompanied by Thomas Sewell, C.J. Gavin and JVC Clark, of Denver, came here one week*,, ago to-day to prospect in the old Span- ish copper canon. While prospecting iu what is known as \"Devil's Gulch\" they •were astonished at a discovery they made in the way of the skeletons of \"a company of s-oldieis thai had been missing front Fort Mary since the mem- orable day of the Apache raid on Es- parola, September 0, 1S75. It was sup- posed they bud been massacred by the Indians, as not one of the forty-throe ever returner), but it seems -they all must have died from the poisonous spring where their skeletons have lain bier china for the last thirteen years., The skeletons, some .of them still 'encased in uniior'ui: three •piies of guns,'stacked aa they hud left them' \" a lot 01 ammunition and the skeletons of forty-live horses constitute e...

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

POOR 60UNTy DEMOCRAT. JStriered al ike 'pottdMei (it Sturgeon flay, a« mionA clas* matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV ' P l K N E i Y • 8c S H E P A R D , Editors and Proprietors. - ' SUBSPBIPTION PBICE. $.1S PER YEAR. SPKCJAt NOTICKT - \"\"\"'\"*\"^'\"\" •'All persons addressing communications to the Doofi COUNTY UEMOCIIAT. will please •address the nuhlisUerHami not tl:o paper alonei AlwaysttdtfroHsias follows: PlNSBV & SHEPAKIJ. Fi'.blitilien-:. . Sturgeon. Hsiy. Wis.,) \"STUKGK(.)!1UY,W1S.,MAU 18. 1803 j THE-COTWrV .UtDOI-XHIIV' We want everybody to remember that j 'U. W. Allot), is : candidate for this i office. We have nothing to say in] derogation of other candidates', lint we j have verymuch that might'.'he -aid in j favor of Mr. Allen. . Tit? is otic'of the J old residents of the county inure than j a quarter of a century of Ids active life I has boon spent among- us. and every- ! body in this part of the state has had ' 'opportunity to'know something of his ability and charac...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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