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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 May 1894

STATE PRESS. An easy way for any t.owu toH vy,oid a visit from an \"industrial*' army is to send a committee to meet the army with an offer of employment for its members.—JeJ'eison Banner. BLOCKS AND FLEBOES. feeling iv. wool all There is a betto along she line. There are men all over the country who lost from five, hundred to lire .thousand-dollars by sellim' their fat Suppose every man who happened to j s h n o ^ . ^ • \" think np a fool-scheme should organize] • anarmyand 'proceed to Washington! ^ h e n a m a n &** rantaiifcorons fora for the purpose of bull-dozing congress I m u t t o u s h c e l ' w 3 t h H l l l e o r u o woc i l l s into making it a law* That would b every whit as sensible as the Coxey, •arniv\" business The Republicans hooted at the'position taken by the Democrats, declared it untenable, and are again floored. But it will be remembered that they affirmed the right of their treasurers to pocket interest ou state funds, and the party generally upheld the p...

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 — 12 May 1894

STURGEON BAY, WIS. JHO.1. PINHEY,,'•- Publisher. A CHECK ON RECEIVERS. Bill to Prevent Judges from Act- ing as Managers o r Railways, WASHINGTON\", D. C , May 3.—Repre- sentative Terry, of Arkansas, who with Representatives Boatner and W. A. Stone, has been investigating Judge Jenkins' anti-Btrike injunctions, has prepared a bill designed to reform the practice by which federal courts are practically engaging in the rail- road business through the appoint- ment of receivers. Most ot the eubsidy roads of the West are in the hands of receivers appointed by federal courts. The courts tbue secure absolute authority over the railroads, and as the receiverships run from year tovear the courts succeed the railroad officials in conducting the business ol the road. Mr- Terry's bill will attempt to put a limit to theBe railroad receiver- ships in order to avoid the charge that the courts are going into tbe rail- road business. It is said that f|ot only is the time of the ederal courts consume...

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 — 12 May 1894

MARINE NEWS. I t Wa s a Bail Month. T h e m o n t h of April just e n d e d m a d e a heavy ptil! o n the\"underwriters , w h e n the small a m o u n t of tonnag e in commis - sion is considered. T h e most severe • losses were sustained throug h t h e sink- i n s of t h e s t e a m e r s W. 11, Barnnin an d Minneapolis i n t h e Straits with grain cargoes. T h e s t e a m e r s were insure d for $03',750 oh a valuation of S77,OW a n d their cargoes for $o2,«iS7. T h e losses in /both 'cases' wer e total.. Othe r vessels totally Jost d u r i n g t h e mont h wer e th e iSchooner 'Lottie Cooper a t Sheboyga n -with on e life, an d t h e schoone r Inland •Citv oil' Milwauke e with tw o lives. Neither vessel was insured. tStrandings in o p e n water durin g th e m o n t h includ- ed th e steamer s la Kim?., T h o m a s Wilson an d schoone r 11. 1». Root on L a k e Krie, t h e steamer s State of 3Iichigan, H u d s o n an d Sanilac o n Lak e 7 \"'Hiirotii a n d t h e steam- e r A. B . ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 May 1894

SPECIAL COLUMN. AdVertlflcmeiils under this head will Ue Inserted for tw o cents jror Hue each Insertion. ATstyle COST—I have several pianos and new organs which I wUlsoIlat cost tociose out stock. Also violins, accordeons, etc. Any- one in need of Buck tnBtruments will save a t least 25 per cent, by calling on me a t Opera Hall. • - , ' • . \" IS, HAHK WANTED.-Everybodyprintingw to kno that we do every Ulna'of job , neatly, awl promptly ana at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this office . , FOB SALE.—By\" 0. W. Allen, 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. FAKM, FOR S A L E - T h e Win. Halstead farm in the town of Jacksonport. For' particulars call at this office, or address Dr. A. fe. Hnlfttcad, OhicaKO, 111. FOBSALE-CHKAP. old, half blood Clyde mart!, span of njno-year- marew weight 1859 pounds each. Rood A. No. l, both mare.t are safe in fo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 May 1894

TOL. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAY, 19, 1S94. NO. 17. LOC«L. The Banner Clothing store sports, a new awning. ' • • „ ' Reynold's mill has about another week's sawing in sight. Wm, Long has had a new hardwood floor placed.in his barber shop. The Pankratz Lumber Company eon- template putting in an electric light plant. From lifteen to twenty men are now employed on the revetment work at the canal. The festive mosquito presented his bill this week for the first time this season. The barge Mary Mills loaded shingls arid posts at the Merchant's dock Saturday. - W. O. Brown will early nextwee k move his family and household goods o Green Bay. Our Tornado coi-respondence was not received last week until after the paper had been printed. Crocket & Sickler, the Marinette architects have bought foundation stone from'the Hagen quarries. The tow boat Bay State was loaded with stone at Hagen's quarry on Tues- day for Marinette parties. Rehearsals have been held during the week for th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 May 1894

S T U R G E O N BAY* W f S . JHO. J. PINREY, - - Publisher. FOUR STUDENTS DROWNED. Y o u n g M e n from H a r v a r d Liose T h e i r Live s b y th e Capsiz- i n c o f a Iloat, /BOSTON, Mass., May. 15.—Some cloth- ing and a part of a wrecked catboat were found o n Thompson's Island to - day, and a n investigation seems to in- dicate that a boat hired by four Har- vard students o n Sunday was over- turned and ail of t'ucm drowned. It is thought that the students are W . Campbell Truesdale, of Newark, N. J. Edward S. Batch, of 28 'West Fifth Street, Ne w York Frank Farnum Brown, c f Philadelphia, an d Frank WhitehouBe. The young me n have no t been seen at their boarding places or i n their classes i n Cambridge since Sun- day. . COCKRAN GROWS THEATRICAL. He Makes a Speech at New York that Aroused Hid Audience. N EW YO'KK, May 13.—Bourke Cockran created a sensation lust night at th e opening of the Catholic educational ex - hibit at the firand Central Palace. After Archbishop Corrigan...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 May 1894

TEE DESPISED WIFE. H O W A G R E V I O U S W R O N G W A S A V E N G E D . C H A P T E R XXIV. After that Eaissa returned frequently to lier husband's house. These visits savored of forbidden fruit, as it were. She felt soothed—of tea intoxicated by allowing he r min d to dwell on Gretzky. She in turn blushed and grew pale as she whispered his name to herself, In those secret pilgrimages sho con- fided to her husband's household gods th e 'doubts that tortured her. A subtle some- thing of the exiled husband had been left iehiu d in the dwellinc formerly occupied fcy him his image seemed to haunt th e darkest corners of th e dwelling. Eaissa felt a delicious joy—a delicious anguish at arranging and rearranging the objects that had belonged to him, at turning over his iooks, at drawing out Fadei about his mas- ter's habits an d tastes. As a matter of •course, the old retainer became more and more attached to this mistress—so silent and so dignified—to this mistress who only seemed to ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 May 1894

BOOltOUJHTy DEMOCRAT, •-Mrtliftd M: 1he pot'oyice at Sturgeon Bay, an . ':»0cofi'4dint fnatttr, . •:•: 30Hm J . : MNNEY, SUBSCRIPTION PRICg, $1,50 PER YEAR. :.si'KciAn.iso'riCE. All pdTHonH ndtlmssing corfimuni(-:it1r.f)n to tho ]ooa coufKry\"- UEMOCHAT, will pjwuy address the putlls)icrn.nV not tlir.- paper uionc At\\vftyB adciress (is fdHows: ••~ •_'• i \" ' J HO, .J. I'IK.N'KV, Publisher. .Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STOl«^KONlur?VVTS,, MAY.l'J. 189J. EDITQRlftL. T«K senate doesn't want to fool away any time mi Coxey, or Coxey resolu- tions the people arn wailing for the passage of Has .tariff law . After that tin \"grave and reverend senators\" can talk Coxey all summer, If they want lo. THIS deniourittie nennl.nrs, except Senator Hill, are unanimous in support of tho Wilson bill tin. populist .senators Will also vote for it. Kepublkvtns have lost hope of defeating it, ami the mens- lire will soon be passed. TIMS is the rime of year when work should be done on our streets hut the new ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 May 1894

'. .'. STATE PRESS. The laborer in protected industries j .-• will some day learn that a prosperous j •agricultural class and not a tariff is the j creator of good wages and constant j employment.— Kewaunee Enterprise. Now that the republican editors have j met the republican bosses and got their i instructions for the next campaign j would it not save much expense in get- j out papers it' they would construct a!How system of telephones and station one of j the bosses at the center?—Ban Qhnre\\ Leader. j The state has lost nearly §100.000 by ! the roster business in money drawn ' from the state to pay clerks, generally-i ward politicians, to prepare it under the ! supervision of the Husk and Hoard | administration, aud the printing of an edition full of errors and blunders. The republican roster record is anything but creditable to state or party. Ap- plcton Crescent. Tne Republican State convention will be held at Milwaukee on July 25th, and the old.Republican machine of Sawyer' i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 May 1894

MARINEHEWS. Boatn with Bows Crushed. S.VJ71-T S I B . M A B I B , Mjcb., Ma y 0.—The Bttcfet disastrous collision in t h e Sault passage for tw o years'-occurred ' this m o r n i n g a t t h e foot of Little Lak e tieorj-e.\" T h e steel s t e a m e r ??. S. Curry, b o u n d d o w n or e laden, an d tlio whale- bac k s t e a m e r A. J). T h o m p s o n , b o u n d n p with n o e.arjro, cam e t o g e t h e r with a tremendous ' ' . t:r«t«h a t i o'clock. Ti m • Carry' s ho w wafl crushe d in an d h e r ' forward \"Compartment if full 'oi* water,, altiioag b t h e s t e a m e r ha s not stink. H e r damage o ar e estimated a t about $M),000. S h e will h e able to proceed a l t e r lightering. T h e T h o m p s o n was --struc k o n th e port wide, about t w e n t y feet from t h e Htein, an d is m o r e serlouplv damage d i l r m t h e Curry. Ilur nohti 5 » r k r w k e d .'.'11 out of shape , a w l sh e litis bee n ru n a g r o u n d . , 'J.he lighter .Mentor ha.-* jione to t h e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 May 1894

She Said: \\ Let's Try Hood's And It Helped Them Both Liver Trouble*—Dyspepsia 29 Yrs. •C. I Ho6d & Co., towell, Mass.t \"Gentlemen:—My husband and I have been taking Hood's SaraaparUla, and I can truly *ay it has helped us both. My husband had Lumbago Rheumatism. to that he could not stand up straight,'and went around halt bent over. Be had to have a cane to help himself out of his chair. He had taken so much medicine that we were discouraged. But I read so much about Hood's Sarsaparilla, I said, Let's try it. My husband has improved a great deal! Hia baclc is mueh better, and his eyes, which have troubled him a great deal, also seem better. Hood's Sarsaparilla has given him a good appetite. I have had liver trouble Hobd's^Cures and dyspepsia 29 years, but since I have been takingHood's Sarsaparilla my side is better, and I also have a good appetite. My complexion is also much improved, we have only taken four bottles, and are well pleased with ft.\" MB. and Mxta. JAMES Cox, Ce...

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 — 19 May 1894

tf SPECIAL COLUWN. Advertisement* on!e this head will be inserted for two « ent* jier line eachlngertlou. : : AT COST—I have several pianos and new- stylo organs which Iwlllsellatcost toclose out stools. Also viollnB, accordeoiw, etc. Any- one In need oj such Instruments will save ut least 35 per cent, by calling on me at Opera Hall. B. HAHN. W••'• ANTED.—Everybody to know that we do every ldna of job printins?, neatly, and promptly and at reasonable rates. Send your orders to this offlce FOB SALB.-By G. W. Allen, of this city, one of the finest fortte»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. • I• ? ARM FOR SALE — The Wm. Halstead farm, in the town of Jacksonport. For oarticutiirH coll at this office, or address Dr. A. E. Halsteau. Chicago, 111. POR SAMS—CHEAP.' A span of nine-year- old, half blood Clyde mares, weight 1250 pounds each, \"good A. No. 1. both niaren arc safe in foal bv a full-b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 May 1894

VOL. 2 . S T U f t G E O N B A Y , W I S . , S A T U R D A Y , M A Y , 2 0 , 1 S 0 4 . NO. 1 8 . LOCML. The tug Geo. Nelson looks neat and trim in her new coat of paint The L. D. Smith underwent govern- ment inspection on Wednesday. Local dealers are selling immense quantities of land plaster just at present. There will be no elaborate programme carried out in this city on decoration day. ' . The Cornet Band contemplate giving a dance at the Opera House in the near future. /-Lyon Bros, have opened up their stop in' the tirst ward and are enjoying an c client trade. Lii- house inspection steamer Dahlia, ins) '• .'( the light houses in this vicinity on Wo Ihesday. Bring or send your job work to this office. We have the best equipment in this part of the state. \"Datleedle German pand.\" discours- ed music on our streets, and raked in nickles and dimes yesterday. A large crew of men, who have been idle for some time past, have secured work on the railroad bridge. A disastrous tire at O...

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 — 26 May 1894

mmmti DEMOCRA T STURGEON BAY, W*S. 4H0. J. PIRHEY, - - Publisher. STRIKERS RAIDING MINES. Attempt to Prevent Non-Union Men from \\VitrktriK Where th e Strike is On. TTNIONTOWS, Pa., Mav 22.—The strikers of the Fourth Pool on the Monongabela -River assembled at Fayette City, about 100 strong to-day. Arming themselves with Bhotguns and revolvers they started for Stickle Hollow to bring the men out. All are foreigners and eerious trouble is expected. .Nine men were captured by the strikers at Fair Chance last night and taken to their camp and are Btill held prisoners. Vanderbilt and Daw- eon vrere the scenes of considerable ex- citement last night. About 1,000 strik- ers marched there to bring out the darkies lately imported into the coke region and put to work. GEORGE M. PULLMAN ILL Attacked with Nervous Prostration While on a Uriel- Visit to Albion. N. V. Chicago, 111., May 12-.—A private dis- patch from Albion, S. V., to-day, stud's that George M. Pullman, the head of the Pullman Pa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 May 1894

SCO1 ! i l l IttlTER .T.UISSTOWX, Pa., May 21.— Johnstown has been visited by the most disastrous flood since the big flood of May 31, 1SS0. At present it is a hard mat- ter to estimate the loss, but it is an Assured fact- that the damage done the city and within rive miles o! it, will amount to from $00,000 to §80,000. The Pennsylvania Hailroad is the heaviest loser. Most of its loss is the result of a bad washout in its track about Conemaugh. For several days the Conemaugh and Stony Creek Valleys has been visit- ed by heavy rains of almost a continu- ous nature. Stony Creek reached its highest point about 0 o'clock yesterday morning and after that time began to recede gradually. By night it had fallen teveral feet, so that no serious damage was apprehended. Hut in the evening a heavy rain began in the Conemaugh Valley which continued until about 10 o'clock, when a cloudburst occurred near Ebensburg. The valley in which the vast volume of water descended is a tributary of the Cone...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 May 1894

iBrdtrti at the po*trMce at Sturgeon Say, at second clots matter. s P0BLISH15t WEEKLY BY t J O H N t l . F I N N E Y , Editor and Proin-Ustoi:. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, SI.50 PER YEAR. .-'• SPECIAL. NOTICE. . ( AU persons, addressing communications to the BOOB COUNTY PEMOCIIAT, will pleaso address the publisher and hot the paper aiono. Always address as follows: JNO, J. PtNSKV, Puhllshor. Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON BAY. WIS., MAY 20. 180$. EDITORIAL. To have called it \"robbery\" would have been honest, but very bad policy for its projectors and so they called it \"protection.\" \" THE rich man's rights are no more imperative or important than the poor man's, from either a moral, political, or economic point of view but in prac- tice the case is apt to be quite other- wise. \"IF what one hears among republicans is true, that lteid of Appleton, or Minor of this place, will be the republi- can candidate for congress', it is pretty good evidence that the republicans of this district have l...

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 — 26 May 1894

No. apprehension need be felt by the farmers on account of forest lires this spring, as the copious rainfalls of the past few weeks have thoroughly satur- ated the ground and fallen timber. Fishermen are beginning to realize [ some pretty good hauls. J. A. Jones & 1 Co. took in 43 packages one day, mostly IN T H B G O U N T Y . ELLISON BAY.. Chas. Mann, of the Two Rivers Co., was in this region on Thursday last. The Bailej's Harbor butcher, Chas. Panter made his first trip up here on Saturday. r Wm. Jackson, the 'legal light of j herring. The - Page Bros., and the! Baileys Harbor, interviewed clients in I Messrs Crovogle are also making good j this town last week. j catclws. j » Lars Larson, of Sister Bay, had a : Our bust: bail nine played a game I runaway on Monday while returning j with the.Bailey's Harbor boys last Sun- i from Hedgehog. Result was a smashed I day at the latter village. Result, a | vehicle and slight personal injuries. j victory for our boys. Another game j ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 May 1894

MARIJvENEWS. Cap*. «J. A. Redlngrton Dent). J, A. Itedington, one of the pioneer vessel cnptaiiw on the Jin ken, died at Cleveland. He began his career in lake mrtrine in 3842, when he became a clerk iu the steamer North Star. Later lie was part owner of the schooner K. ('. Rob- erts and the barge William Jones, and soon afterwards he Iniilt. the schooner Nellie Rcdington. He was also interested in the strainer Manhnttan, the first bout that sailed in Lake Erie ami Lake Sn- Iierior. It was iu the days pi-crimi* to the construction of the Kault Canal, and the Manhattan tvns transported around the rapids in the St. Mary's River, ii d'ts- tanee of half a mile over land, and then launched into Lake Superior. That rpKtircroii* llridge. C'hiciiKo, III.. May 19.—('apt. .Tames Dnuean left for Washington this after- noon as the representative of the Lake Carriers\" Association in its ii^ht against the proposed bridge of the Xorlh-AVcsferii Elevated Railroad at La Salle Stivet. He will be jo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 May 1894

CliSord, x. D. Inflammatory Rheumatism Use of Limbs and Health Restored by Hood's Sarsaparilla. \"I believe Hood's e'arsudarilla is one of the jnost wonderful blood purifiers ever placed on the market In the fall of 1«90 1 took a severe cold at harvest time and it settled in my limbs, and in a short time developed into inflammatory rheumatism. After trying different remedies Hood's Sarsa- parilla Cures and suffering nil winter, I becume so crippled that I bad to walk with the aid of crutches.' A friend prevailed upon me to take Hood's Srirsii- parllla an d it has fully restored me to health and 1 think it also saved m y life.\" A. \\V COOLEY. Clifford, North Dakota. H o o d ' s P i l l S cure Constipation by restor- ing the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal T h e P r o d u c t i o n o f C o l o r s i n G l a s s . ViBitorB t o t h e W o r l d ' s F a i r wil l r e - call t h e w o n d e r f u l b e a u t y o f m u c h o f t h e G e r m a n c o l o r e d plas'sware , w h i ...

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 — 26 May 1894

SPECIAL COLUMN. Advertisements under thi« head will be inserted for two cents per line each insertion. AT COST—I have -several'-, pianos and new style organs which I will sell at cost toclose out stock. Also violins, accordeonH. et c Any- one in need of such instruments will save at least 25 per cent, by calling on me at. Opera Hall. B. HAHN. WANTED.—Everybodyprintingw to kno that we do every kina of job , neatly, and promptly and at reasonable men . Send your orders to this office * I-•• 70K SALE.—By O. W. Allen, 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 he, the fruit region of Wisconsin. DOES SPRAYING PAY? Win. Halstead farm, in the town of Jacksonport. For particular!* call at this office, or address Dr. A. E. Halstcad, Chicago, III. Fsecond-hand OB SALE—At a give-away price, a good common farm wagon. It was bought for the temporary purpose of transport- iuu one ton weight over a dista...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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