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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 April 1894

VOL 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APR.28, IS04. NO. 14. SPECIAL COLUMN. ' Advertisements nnVler^thls head will b« Inserted for tw o tents pe r Hue euch insertion. AT,COST—I have several pianos anil new style organs which I will sell at cost toclost? out stock. Also violins, aeconleons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me a t Opera Hall. ». HAHN'. -Everybody to know that we do •atly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this ofllce WANTED.kina - every ot job printing. WANTED—DRESSMAKING, by Miss Dora Larson, rooms on second floor ot Capt. McDonald's building on St. John street, near the bridge. FOR SALE.—,By « . W. Alien, of this city, one of the finest forties for a fruit farm in the county, and it is worth while to remember that Door county is, and is to be, the fruit region of Wisconsin. FARM FOR SALE —The \\Vm. Halstead farm, in the town of Jacksonport. For particulars call at this oftice, or addres...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 April 1894

J O OR COUNT? DEMOCRAT S T U R G E O N BAY , WIS . JNO. J. PIHNEY, - - Publisher. WHEAT'S LOWEST PRICE. M a y T o u c h e s t h e l o w e s t F i g u r e E v e r K n o w n a t Chicago — Bears ' I3IR Gains. CHICAGO, 111., April 24.—May wheat broke all records to-day and sold.on th e Board of Trade at »~\\ cents, th e lowest price ever known. It was th e climax of th e depression that ha s forced th e market lower and lower during the last three weeks, and the whole bull frater- nity is squirming. Th e oldest (.'rain- trader o n the floor can re- member nothing like th e present movement, an d there are some wh o say wheat will reach 50 centa. To- day's transactions, with a few that have gone before, have made fortunes for not a few of the traders and speculators do- ing business o n the board. It is said that the profits in this deal by Ed . Pardridgo are $250,000, and o f S. C. Rosecrans, wh o has been trading with Pardridge. $100.000. JOIN THE STRIKERS. C o k o Operatives tt» P e...

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 — 28 April 1894

STATE XEW& II. II. TONGKX, aged & years, died vat Siis home in Rio. Mas. BRIDGET TOBIN died at her home, iif Florence, aged'50 years. 3IISS'MAVI L. B:\\KIOW was married to E.'li. Burke at her home in La Crosse. TIF.SKY SANDERS, a resident of Kan •Claire lor many years, died at the aire of •jCi vears. Sias. JOHN HKNSCIIIIIT/, a resident ot Racine over fifty years, died at the aire ,0i 7o years. LI:OKAKD RYNDKRK died at his home hi (ireen Bay of cancer of the throat, a'jed 55 years.- . TUB Dodge County'Veterans' Associa- tion will hold its annual reunion at Fox Lake on June 14. ANTON* WATTERHACH, an old resilen '•of*Meeme. Manitowoc County, died at the* age of \"70 years. PATRICK SKAHEN, a resident of lian- 4oul, Calumet County, since 18~2 died :slt the age of 5 years. HARKY PACKARD, a well-known musi- cian of Beloit, died suddenly at his home in that city, aped -2 years. MRS. MARGARET MAYS, an old resident 6 the town of Yinland, Winnebago County, died at the age of 02 years, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 April 1894

DOOR COUNT/ DEMOCRAT. Entered at the po'toifice at Sturgeon hay, as secondclins matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O H N J . F I N N E Y , Editor und Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.5 0 PER YEAH. SPECIAL NOTICE. All persons addressing coinniunloatfons to the DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publisher and not the paper alone. Always addrens as follows: JNO, J, PINKKY, Publisher. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., APR. 28, 1894. EDITORIAL. FOR the past two orttoree weeks fool- ish county papers have been doing a lot of free advertising for one or two Wis- consin nurserymen.' Under the cover of a \"liberal offer1' from the,state Horti- cultural .Society to schoolchildren, these parties are selling to innocent school children one cents worth of strawberry plants and evergreens for 5 cents. Just think of it, two spruce trees for five cents, that are worth at the outside, 35 cents per 100. The state Horticultural power. But the Harrison adininistra- jthat he did honestly an...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 April 1894

TRUCK FARMING PAYS. | Instructive Experience of a Connecticut Vegetable Farmer. i About nine years ago, and a t that'• | time 50 years old, I bought a place of a j ^ ° man who was in the market gardening1 j Why business, but whose health had failed \\ stock and felt unable to carry i t on longer. Having lived on a farm until 20 years of age and been a tradesman from that Wanted. A good strong jdrl—for washing—nl the n o * steam laundry. Apply to Mas. S. THOHEKSOS opposite Lcatliom & Smith's store, you tula the Farm Journal- not ? Every farmer, gardener, breeder, orehardist, dairyman,. poiiltryinai!. their wives: and even the boys and girls will find it crowded full Sova» .Reasons Why Every Fanne r Shou.' Have a Greenhouse. - \" \"Even the most -unpretentious rural home should have a place for forcing vegetables, if i t be nothing more than a box or keg, or a large pot containing a few roots of parsley, and set in or near a kitchen or cellar window. Some fresh parsley sprigs co...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 April 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. HOW A CREVIOUS WRONG WAS AVENGED. C H A P T E R XVII. When Princess Adine hoard of the blow that had befallen her brother, she vented her anger in words eminently calculated to make her share, the latter's journey to Siberia if someone had taken the troublo to repeat them. Kezof having pointed this out to her, a reaction set in, and she fell sobbiug on his neck. \"Listen,\" said Rezof very much' upset himself, \"There is no time to cry and to lament. The best thine yon can do is to nssist mo to inako life tolerable out yon- derj\" \"And with what, I wonder?\" \"You know my property is confiscated. T h e handsome Countess Gretzky \" \"Which one?\" \"The new Countess, or the Countess that will b e this evening.\" Adiue could not repress a movement of disgust. \"Yes, the very one. Very well, it is she vho'il administer my property she or trustees, but the result will be identically the sani3. I'll not get a penny. Givo mo some money.\" \"Do you want much?\" \"All you...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 April 1894

IN 1SS5 Italy took control of.the four main syetecosof railrdads in that coun- try. West Haven, Conn. Picture of Health Hood's Sarsaparilla Made Her Strong and Healthy. \"Hood's Sarsaparilla has been of great benefit to our little girl, and nlso to myself and hus- band. When she was three years old Mabel was reized with stomach trouble, like cramps or in- fiammiUion. 1 was taking Hood's Barsnparilla lor tny blood, and as the doctor's prescription did not help her, I occasionally gave her a little of my own medicine. I soon realized that Hood's Sarsaparilla was Doing Her Good, BO gave it to her regularly. It ha s helped her wonderfully, entirely curing her stomach trouble, an d makin g her strong an d healthy. Our friends say sh e is the picture of health. Myself an d husband were both troubled with Hood's^Cures malaria, an d Hood's Sarsaparilla built us u p and keeps us healthy an d free from sickness. Wc cordially recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla.\" MRS. WILLIAM EVANH, West Haven, Con...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 April 1894

NOSE-RING FOR HOGS. A Talaable Invention on Tfhicli the Pat- i cut IIai Expired. \\. We illustrate in Fijrs. 1 and 'i a nose- j ring1 t o prevent hogs from rooting:. I t j is well know n that single loops or rings j have for years been used for insertion . , „ . . , « , in the nose of a hog t o prevent th e ani- [ t h r o u g h th e middle of th e barn an d mal from rooting. A single ring o r ! etwec th e stalls, an d is 8 — BAR N FO R H O R S E S . Pians of a Practical, Substantial and Well. Arranged linlldtng. Our illusAration is a fair representa- tion of the barn o n th e far,tn of and built b y Mr. W. E. Peabody, of Ston- ington, 11L It is made of good, sub- stantial material throughout. It is 44 feet lon g by 30 wide. Th e corner posts are 20 feet high and th e roof i s well pitched. Hay is taken into th e mo w at th e gable by means of a ha y fork. A is a workshop and toolroom 12x14 f e e t B, B are double horse stalls 14 feet from front t o rear and 8 feet wide. C is a feed...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 May 1894

:!S:^3|SS!Sfl?Sii^ifill VOL.. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY, 5, 1894. NO,l5. SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements- under this head will be inserted for tw o cents per line ench insertion. ATstvle COST—I have several pianos and new organs which I will sell at cost to close out stock. Also violins, aecordeons. etc. Any- one in need of such instruments will save a t least 35 per cent. l calling on me. at Opera Hall. ' H. HAHN. promptly and at reasonable rates, orders to this -office rybody to know that we do leatly, and Send your TlfAN'TKD.-Ev » » every Uiua ot job printing, neatly , an d -|70K SALK G. W. Allen, of this city, one of the finest forties for a fruit farm in the countv: and it is worth while to remember that Boor county is. and is to be. the fruit region of Wisconsin. •piAKM FOK SALK particulars call at this ofllce K. Halstead, Chicago. Ill The Wm. Halstead icksonport. Fo r or address Dr. A. FOR SALE—C1IKAR A span of nine-year-' old, half blood Clyde mares, weiftht^lSBO...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 May 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY. WIS. -JHO.J. PINHEY, •- -•• Publisher. RIOT IN CLEVELAND. Seven Thousand Men Smash • Cars and Windows. Many Shots Fired and Several Persons In- :•,}& jured in the Affray. CLEVKXAND, 0., May 1.—.Seven thou- sand unemployed men paraded the streets to-day 2/*cJ listening to speeches in Monumental Square. In the line were many unruly spirits. While on the central viaduct a motorman refused to stop his train while the procession passed and the mob attacked and wrecked a car. Later nearly 100 shots were tired over another ear which was compelled -to stop. Several persons were knocked down during the march and others were injured by missiles thrown by the mol On Pearl Street, another riot- ous scene occurred. A street car was totally wrecked by the mob and the motorman assaulted and perhaps fatally injured. A policeman who was on board drew his revolver, but before it could be used the mob closed in on him and he received very rough handling. PistolB ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 May 1894

STATE NEWS. 'PHILLIP Kxiix, a former resident o JBacine, died at Port Huron, Mich. L. E. 2VOR«II:OI\\ an old resident' of 3Ierriian, died ot' paralysis, aged s: jears. ,, THOMAS? DIXOX, an old resident of Prairie du Chien, die\"d at the age of (ill years.. Fnnn KURT\", a former resident of \"Two Rivers, was accidentally killed in •Chicago,... . MRS. FRANK DICKERS was \"found dead un her bed in Darieii. She wan over 70 years of age. HENRY K. WILLIAMS, a well-known '«Osbkosh man, died suddenly at his ,hotiie in that city, aged •!•? years. LITTLE Irwin Jackson, of Mineral Point, lost a portion of his left ear by ilhe explosion of a can of powder. JOHN BKACKETT, a Blooininjitpn youth, •was accidentally shot through the thigh -while hunting. He may lose his leg.' MRS. JAMES A. BE.-UTKAN» of Racine, •recently tound a silver thimble which she lost in her yard fifteen years ago. MRS. K. A. OiinwAY, formerly a resi- dent of Coiinnhu.s, died at her \"home in tergus Falls, Minn. .She was .\...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 May 1894

OOOfBOUNTY DEMOORftT. .•Entered at the -post'office at Sturgeon Hay, as • v second diss matter. .- PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY xJOHN J. PINNEY Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PHICE, $1.50 PERYEAR. SPKCIAl. KOTICE. All persons addressing communications to the DOOH COUNTY DEMOCUAT, Will pleaSC address the publisher and not the paper aloac. Always address ns follows: .ISO, J. FINNEY, Publisher. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. S T U K G E O N B A Y V W I S T M ^ V Y 5, 1894. * - _ _-— j - - - . - . — ..„~«~« . . * \" ' \" *v^« •.» u . u u l , ww w amcura u intelligence or pros- ciemands are only a little more ludicrous like to buy the tiles of the Advocate for perity in the eyes of the world. But f l l f l l tllf\\C/e » r\\f +TlO-ft' rtfKftti \\rt.l«^.fs- „ * An *•!.,e. « „ . r n i ••• t i t . ' * E D I T O R I A L . Our Mayor's Inaugural, \"We have-been elected as partisans let us act together as friends.\" Republican officials generally stand in no need of such exhortation: but it is well enoug...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 May 1894

EFFECTIVE B o n ma Ingenious Farmer Made One at a Trifling Expense. I took a short piece of cable chaiu • just long enough t o g o around a n or- dinary wago n shoe twice, a s in Fig. 1, and put i t around th e shoe, once i n front and once behiri'd the front clip a t the points 4 and 5, 3 2 representing the clips a s shown i n Fig. 5. Th e chain is crossed o n th e bottom. Th e wago n shoe i s made from a piece of iron about 3 feet long, % inch thick.and 2% inches Tride whe n th e wagon tire is 1 inches wide. One end i s hammered down to a, tapering point a s i n Fig. 2 so as t o make it some 28 or 30 inches long. I t ia then bent i n th e shape of Fig. 1 and a hole made in th e small end and a ring put i n a t 1. T w o clips, 2 2, the shape of Fig. 5, are riveted on about 10 inches apart an d th e shoe is complete a s shown i n Fi g 1, th e chips being made ofJ^x2inche s iron and about 4 inches high. A t 3, Fig. 1, a hole is'drilled and an ordinary spur is riveted in, project- ing...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 May 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. HOW A CREVIOUS WRONG WAS AVENGED. CHAPTER XIX. When Porof saw his daughter stretched apparently lifeless before him, he felt little or»o alarm, but bent quickly over her and unfastened the collar of herdress, then as quickly went to the footman -waiting outside. \"Fetch mo some water,\" ho said \"my dangb- tcr has fainted.\" His prevision turned out to be correct, because before the attendant had returned Kaissa had oponed her eyes again and risen from her prostrafo position. She niirely dipped hor lips to the cup held out to bsr, moistened her forehead, and with imperturbable coolness prepared to de- part. She did not even wince when, oil reaching the top of the flight of steps, she heard the footman shout, \"Countess Grotz- kV'B carriage. * With the utmost composure eho stopped into the pretty brougham, drawn by two magnificent steppers. When she and her father were seated, and beforo the man could ask a question, she gave him the address of her own humble home...

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 — 5 May 1894

The. Standard.-of Persia. An apron is the royal standard in Persia, (fao,- a Persian blacksmith, raised a revolt which was successful, and his leather apron, covered with jewels, is still borne m the van of Persian armies. OUERURALxEEADERS. Husband and Son Impure Blood, Boils, Car- \"burtcles, Rheumatism •'My husband was afflicted with boils for eight years. l a s t spring his neck Has nearly covered with little boils whic h grew in number an d size until they turned to carbuncles. Everything th e doctors did seemed to Aggravate t h e Disease. H e at last bought a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilln an d when ho had taken half of it his neck was well an d he has ha d but one pimple since. \"The remainder of the medicine I gave to m y twelve year ,old bo y Willie Masscy wh o ha d been afflicted with rheumatism fromhisinfancv. After h e had taken a. half bottle of Hood's Sn'r- saparill'i it seemed to d o him so much good that w e concluded to give it a fair trial i n the spring. HoodV?Cure ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 May 1894

WORKING BY RULES. A CONVENIENT BARN. Handy, Sutwtimtlal and Within th e Reach of Most Farmers. I have used th e bar n represented i n t h e accompanyin g illustration for a n u m b e r of years an d find i t very con- v e n i e n t Th e illustration show s t h e elevation an d general plan of t h e structure. I t is 30x04 feet, wit h 'J0-foot corner posts. T h e roof h a s 14 feet A FAIHI BAR.V. pitch an d th e dormers ar e each 20 feet wide and h feet hiyh. T h e eight-.skled »n d round-topped cupola is 8 feet hig h a n d G feet in diameter. T h e building is wcathcrboanic d wit h dro p siding an d covered wit h steel roofing. T h e m a n - gers an d stall partitions ar e mad e of har d wood. T h e stalls, driveway an d feodway ar e floored wit h a U-foot thick- ness of dir t an d asherf. In th e groun d plan, s h o w n in th e lower par t of th e illustration, A is a w a g o n an d b u g g y shed. I t is also used a s a bar n floor iiiiiliffiii ittr&fts lift-iVii_h''rTr*'-'^:...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 May 1894

WOh.2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY, 12, 1894. NO. 16 LOCAL. Our Chocolate is famous, Stiles & R. Assessor C. A. Masse is at work on- the rolls for '94. The band is preparing to give elaborate concert in the near future. The Hotel Vendomo has an elegant new wagonette. It is a line vehicle CLOTHES cleaned and dyed, and re pairing neatly done by SHIMMEL & SON. Sam Newman has lumber aud material on the ground for his new horse barn east of the city hall. •'•'\" J. S. Hay has sold several of theexists famous '•Lindsay\" bicycles during the past two weeks. The tugs L. D. Smith and John Leath- ern were inspected on Wednesday. CHOICE Saner Kraut, only 10c per quart at Leathern & Smith's.. John Bergerson is having the front of his saloon building painted this week. Bring your job work to this office. First class work guaranteed, and at very reasonable prices. Scotield & Co. now carry a line of Worthinglon steam pumps for the con- venience of marine men. There arc numero...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 May 1894

WlSflSEfrllFE. HOW A CREVIOUS WRONG WAS A V E N G E D . ,. • C H A P T E B X X I . •: . Tenderly nursed by his daufrhfor, Porof laded away slowly: From her early girl- hood Raissa ha d been taught the element- : wty treatnseut of accidents and of slight ^ m e n t s . He r father had pretty well told SMT all h e knew in that respect. H e con- sidered i t highly useful for a woman to know how to treat her own ailments in con- junction with Hie doctor, or without him in th e event of his boing too far away, An old colleague of Porof, a friend of longstanding, came to see him every day, J-epeated the prescription of the previous mc shook his head, respectfully kissed the hand of Raissa, whom he ha d ushered into the world, an d went away sadly. \"Ha d we not better have a consultation?\" Raissa had asked, at which question the * i d doctor ha d spread out his arms, shrug- ged his soldiers. \"What's the good?\" ho had said \"lifo is ebbing away.\" Th e doctor was right, lifo was ebbing a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 May 1894

S w a n s a s S t o r m S i g n a l s . A f a r m e r o n S a u v i e ' s I s l a n d , i n t h e L o w e r C o l u m b i a , h a s t h r e e s w a n s w h i c h ,h e c a p t u r e d a y e a r o r \" t w o a g o . T h e y a r e q u i t e t a m e , a n d h e - a l l o w s t h e m t o r u n a t . l a r g e i n a field n e a r t h e . h o u s e . A s p o r t s m a n w h o s p e n t a f e w d a v s w i t h t h e f a r m e r r e c e n t l y , e n j o y i n g d u c k h u n t i n g , w a s a s t o n i s h e d o n g o i n g h o m e o n e e v e n i n g t o h e a r t h e f a r m e r ' s w i f e 8a v : : I t i s e o h i g t o s t o r m t h e s w a n s h a v e b e e n flying s o u t h al l d a y . \" H e r e m a r k e d t h a t h e h a & b e e n o u t all d a y a n d h a d n o t s e e n a s w a n l i v i n g i n a n y d i r e c t i o n . \" O h ! I m e a n o u r s w a n s , \" w a s t h e r e p l y . I t w a s t h e n e x p l a i n e d t h a t w h e n t h e w e a t h e r w a s g o i n g t o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 May 1894

Ittbt M GOUNty^DEMOCRAT.f T h c y ^^^^l^jixdic^^'.prcathoiic 'Watered!afyihe:p:i'rfo$ce':tit'mttri-gfon im'tj, as \\ i i a t e r s t o go t thei,r Votes. \"-The republi- YY^jB^^ | x ' i U i P ! i r , y woul d Hot hesitate to unseat •••:3•:••:•:• •:•••:, jjt/SLisirei) W K K K L Y' By / •\"•. i'•'\"-Almighty, o r satan, cither, for that. ^ Q H H \" x j . . ,: j ? I - N J S E R Y , I D ^ l t o ' « 5 f P»™' could , be obtained ' .. -' ,:•.'Editorand Proprietor, j thereby. S U B S C R I P T I O N PRicE,'Sl.5 p P E R YEAR G. H o w long has- it been '.since th e \\ e n o r a o u * increase of privat e debt, has j And now the : pha'at (marsiaiV :'! I'ropoHetl Ward Changes. .••sf'KCXAu N O T I C E . ! I'i^is customar y \\vilh th e majorit y of 'Ait persons addressing communications tol , ' i tujjcipalitics whe n desirous of m a k i n g the DOCK 'COVXTTC DHHOGHAT, Wili please C'haitytS ill ihf honndm-ips in rrirr, tUu address the: publisher and not the paper alone. J '. fc . u o u m t a u...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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