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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

liiiwmnnwi . ...jr-^Tici'ff\"'' 'WIII\"W.II i .1-- USEFUL NOTES. '•••1,tc-:~:/: ':\":rrzr2- - - • - A half century ago an old gentleman m southern Massachusetts paused £very shingle with which he covered his root to be first dipped in boiling whale oil. The other day his grandchildren replc-a ed the shingles on the old mansion for the first time, and fouud many oi\" them \\ ' n a perfect state^of preserveion. White*Rolls should he mixed md set to rise the evening before, and made iri- , to rolls half an hour before baking in i the morning. A pint of warm milk | fresh from the cow, with salt, and half j a cup of yeast stirred up quite^tiff with ) Hour, and molded until it springs un- der the touch of the fingers, making a most delicious, light, short roll. '] T o ascertain whether a bed be damp or not, after the bed is warmed, put a | glass globe in between the sheets, and if J the bed be damp, in a few minutes I drops of wet will appear on the inside A of the glass. j A strong solu...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

,V.W^.)j^*^^.tji'iV^'^^^'^* '**^*-'-5' VOL,2. BUSINESS CARDS. STURGEON 1 ^ LOCAL NOTES. G W ALLKX, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office on Cedar Sicec—T .vo Dotus uoifcjj bi Leon nurd t** MUNIO Hall. ••'.. . v2n27 a.JTlsdaie II. H. Woodmsnsee. TISDALsK A WOO DM VNSEK, Attorney* & Coun- cellor at Law, Oconto, AVis. fSr\" Will attend Boor Co. Circuit Court. , Csm \"* R. FAY ft CO..^-Casco, Kewaunee Co, Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in, Pine, I.um.' &er, Shingles, Lath &c., Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market' price puid for Farmer* Produce. 37 yr G• B» WETMOItS, & CO., Manufacturers and Dealers in ft'.l kinds of Shaven and Turned i'land'cs for axes, miners* and vailrovl t\"ols from l»stt sccond-srowth hickory. Brian, Williams Co., Ohio. 4tf JOHN, GARLAND. Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or show racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: negotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and Tell land on ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

' • ' • : . * $%0& :i$^&$^ -»— '^^y'^.c-'^V • .'# 888?SJlii JDOIJUT, 1TI5. & Mm* •fth* whole pwple^UoIwaly n»pirfl«« «f «U ^ ' \" /^$JiKijw^^ iiirititif l« advance I'**:*! Mm In:m#* nwwthS**Iinet f*td in tare* months $i,jo will ttcharj.»d •'. \\ !y concluded lo o c ^ wi^ we ilectn it hut good *cnse to. begin to think about (the planting of shade,-trees, I t i» fact well known to all of onr people that tmY village Is remarkably destitute of shade tree*. Comparatively few have beeri pUniedr and whit planttpig ha* beeVdone lias been at. tended withj o little care that a very large innjority have died. We have noticed »6me who have gone to the wood* and dug out beautiful Maple trees »o carelessly as to cut oftnearly all the ro^t* arid then draw them to town with the ropU exposed to the aun and dry air, throw them off and let them lie in the »un uncovered all day and jonieUmes during a frosty night, and then dig a hole and plant them about as a man would plant a f...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. Gdh«p^e^k)!lcitf f ^ r i l p»rtrbf the County. Send us all iteau cHoca! interest and if you do m have tin*: to arrange litem, prop* erf/.we will attend to that, Ma% your com- munications comprehensive but as brief as pos- sible. ' Writer* for tills column must, in all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially to the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be published unless this rule is strictly observed./) '\" • , r ••...,-,. ' . .':, * STURGEON B A Y , Wis. , May 3d, 1875. M R . EDITOR :— I see that the Ahna- pee Record has finally taker, pity on that poor, abused, self-made man, who worships his maker. You have bunted and hounded him, until he is pretty nearly driven from our midst. T h e lather of Door county the author of •' M y Canal '* the great exemplar and most successful of treasury thieves, has ta-llen into disgrace and none at home so poor as to do him homage, and he is compelled to look to such witlings as the Record for succor. Just' for ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

Ifiijliilfi^ Ipiiilll^ M •iiitfMii»j**Wwwi*«*iwipti*i IIII»HI»« i^m m « * * • * • • •.' ^ ^ j ^ ^ f e in 'younger fillers, \"Tfie' fey £a%ht tip c ble, encouraged film tyith *houti of *« Givtfm^o'him, Sammy/' and Sammy did givij it^to him. Th e fight was long ancl fierce, but the boy conquered at last* The most curious freak \"of one of the recent cyclones in Georgia was the driv ing of a hickory tree about two feet in diameter about four feet into the ground The Cheyenne Indians are on the war path, and the recent engagement they had wi^h the United States troops, in Jwhich t h * | | ^ were jbadly worsted, proved the Indians to be armed with the best possible equipments, and reports say they are thoroughly in earnest. The government navy officials growing tired of loafing around Washington, an drawing their pay for the same, propose an excursion to San Francjiseo really it is reported for pleasure, but ostensibly for the inspection of the docks at that place. , , ' '•# Ex*S...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

*mmm** n\\ ii'iiivu*mm . TAX NOTICE. ^ Q R C o t J N T V ' ^ k i A S U R E ^ OpFlCB, : V - - - J % ^ | ^ E ^ , | | ^ April 2p6|^lS7$. J^oti^ ,i$ htrcby given thati n accor- dance with the 'Statute h\\ fttch case made and provided, so mucli of each of the following ^deiScfibed tracts and par- cels of land ai may be necessary there- for,. yf\\U, on the :seeonf ^Tuesday of May nexc ahd the neW succeeding days, be sold by *he County Measurer, at his office in SturgeonrBay, at.public auction* for the taxes, interest and charges then jeniaining due .thereon for the, year 1874. \\ CHRIS. LEONHARDT, County Treasurer. Union, T.26 , & 2 3 Desc. • Sec. ne ne nw ne *e se ne se ne se ne ne •se * r n p't 1 I 40A9 s part lot I 17.87 A lot 1 se ne nw sw se se ne ne se • nw sw sw ne se ' ' ne nw nw * sw • ne sw se ' ne se nw. * sw ' 37 A. ne ne se • se * nw nw ne sw sw * se ' se ne ne nw se • S\\V sw se 4 sw se se • sw ne ne nw nw 4 sw * ne sw ne se se • nw sw lot 2 ' 3 , • 4 se ne ne se nw V sw...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

^^^^^^^^^^i^^^i^tl^ii^iiPi^P^W$^S^yf*^^W0^^00 S: ^aotOti ':^*o*t*^'^he/ ilioif of Stw i-.^i^ooHv ••Â»**. »|M» *00nl»« Oitnwoerl/ alone the ? offtprocea't «»then* cor oer of b'k 4 In the town Of flrah*m. tfcence nwJ/ parnlW with MaJni'tund MO ft there- from, to th* i liV* of Roje «r*» Addition thec«w«*tto the angle In the line nt aald Ad'm thence a t the«*hore, ^ th*nceae rt'» along th ehore to the p'acie of he I nnfntr WII tainin* t W A •tore or lee*. AM that pan of the nefr'l • of .Vu-'iire aY between the t«wn of \\rraham and the bay ahore fnclcid'ff (he old Schuyler •ier, A con* Mining »A., ««ore or le*». A rectangu- l a r tract In r»*heoefr'lqV of S 7, In the * «or. of M'n * Spruce e'ta havine: too ft front on the w Ride of M'n »*t &130 ft. front on the n Hide of Spruce a't A ktmt'g S4-IOO ofan A mere or lee*. The rectan- «tlnth ne itHqr. ofaee Jroot having 6ofi on Spruce a't A fating *o ieet «aep, He we* W l y line be log oo feet Oaaterly from M'n at., ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

/ «I0Vl*fc 1T0TE& HARNESS SHOP! Peninsula Mat ufactuter. of BOOTS AND SHOES, T h e little State. oK Delaware K a s adopted a new flag 6x 6 i - 1 feet, *fb'u c silk with a yellow fringe. It will t Csii - ed to spread over the SiatV to keep the trost off. :y-* • •..-.. \" A woman in Dawson, Ga., accident- lv bit her tongue oft'the other day * and .since that, her imsband get* home every evening two hours earlier than usual. T h e charge that Bodkin, of the Mil - waueee Sentinel^ has to pull on his un- dershirt from below on account of the size o f his cars, is a base invention. We've known Bo n over twenty-one years, have slept with him a great many rimes, and w e know that his ears arc \"Hexible. In cold weather w e used to use the off one for an extra quilt.—Cin- cinnati Times. A pretty good story is told of Gover- \\ jsf nor Tilden's stall*. It is said that when I • • . • • j the individual referred to, first present- | ed himself ftf mil it aire to his wife and 1 little daugh...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 7 May 1875

l^^***'!^^ :y'~l- ^?££.r^ : rtieferiicr of,Ce4»r *pd Portage «tr«cte aiiil Ailed t U MJJ f«ir the ac«if(||imot}«uo« of the traveling pulr\" the bed ro«ro*:flife^ar3^n»^^ J fiimilte* who wish t'l 'Vlife-t»rt« Bay, anrt the B^ley% Hn^horboan} ma I stoppim plac nteamboats•, r iinn ing h,f ne *e iso». Goo«f subling for team*, Stur^e»»JJay» W^., Ja»- iy» *T4- W-^tf' :iwjil: bi£lts© \"jjhs|i$r|^ ^p1t|ji'v« piece of black ilpaca* ^ f i i i $ ^ more ,ef icci^i t)An • hahdbru$h and many j *pots wUI dm .'iiyitcri'- .' \" . . '•••/. • J Save I he scales of the torge (oxide* of j Iron) for use in annealing hard cast iron j or itcci. . Rubber rings, slipped over bottles in packing, ensure safety against breakage* i Leather can be made hardby satura- j tion in a solution of ahcllac in alcohol. | In taking up belts, the time used in carefully cutting the belt square is al-1 vvavs time saved. Q'l^^^w'ISHWS^t gTH'E K0AI 1 ? OltTC'Siiil $20 TOST WILL puy A' PEEMItfM BOOT OF THE...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 May 1875

VOL.2. BAW WISCONSIN, MA T 14*1875. 30. 3C= BUSINESS CARDS. LOCAL NOTES. G W. ALLEN, ATTOBHEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office On Cedar an^ei—Two fronts •uui c * 01 LeobhartuVMuBie Hall. \\2 u27 G,J. TtaUU H. H. Woodmansee. TIceltorsE S DAL ft WOOOMASSEK, Attorney* ACoun- at Law. Oconto, Wis. Will attend Door Co. Circuit Court. C# B. FAY A CO.,-^Casco, Kewaunee Co. Wis. Manufacturers of, and Dealers in, Pine, Lum. b«r, Shingles, Lath.&c, Dry and dressed Lum- ber always on hand. The highest market price »aid for Farmers Produce. 37 yr C R, WETMORE, & €0. . Manufacturers and .Dealers in all kinds of Shaved and Turned Handles for axes, miners* and r.v.lroftd t-»'o!s, from hi»r second-growth hickory. Efnn, Williams Cn., Ohio. 4Vf JOHN, GARLAND, Real Estate Agent, Sturgeon Bay Wis. Will personally examine or show :racts of land to parties wishing to make purchases: •cRotiate loans an Real Estrte security buy and »ell land on commission make examination of lands 'or non-reside...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 May 1875

*f »ftha wftol* ptopic,ftUoIiitcTyrepmdlew of ait pur* :'^%': vanee three \"\"7~ :\\-—~ t|me graa*i!«l. under an oppresses swin- ging rufc A gas monopoly .has charg- ed two price! ior gaif t stealing ring has controled all branches of the city government. Police officers have been paid double price to keep no oMer ex- cept so ftt^'li was necessary to punish the enemies\" and reward the fronds o , the ring.* ft it*cbarged that fylly nine, terths of all jhe taxes collected have either been stolen outright, or consum- ed' in the purchasing of political pow- er. The oftuers voted themselves ex- horhitant salaries. The people becom. ing heartily tired of this state of things, after several ineffectual effbrts to break up the ring, adopted the desperate ex- pedi ent of refuting to vote amy taxes it their election May 4th for officer's sal- aries, printing,* street, lamps, and all im provements mid machinery for carrying on the municipial government. The city is in darlyiess, no street l...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 May 1875

€01^E^»d!f»®ta^ i!r« iSi!t»ia» : Corresp*^enc£, ^ parts of,the Comity. Saact us a!t U«aM oflo^liatsreiit and ifyou dp not have time to arrange them prop- erly, we ^^ *tte^:''^/thife' ritta^fS -xbM com- raunicatious comprehensive but as briefas pos- SAI^ •'.•\"••••' . ', \"..-.' • ^ v V V ^ Writers for this columnmust, in^all cases, communicate their real names, confidentially ta the Editor. Anonymous communications will not be ]mbllshed unless this rule is strictly observed. The House That Bowen Built. ?*^Wji5*«*»+*«J' S!^^*y»M-^» * r^S' PLYMOUTH CHURCH : This is the house that Bowen built. GRACE, MERCY AMD PEACE : This is the meal that lay in the house that Bowen built. PAROXYSMAL KISS : This is the mouse that hid in the meal that lay in the house that Bowen built. GOSSIP : This is the cat that hunted the mouse that hid in the meal that lay in the houtfe that Bowen built. DISSIMULATION : This is the dog that worried the cat that hunted the mouse that hid in the meal th...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 May 1875

i^M&$$M»gm&%&% jjjfei^SjS'iv S S ^ ^ i ^ ^ ^ % j ^ ^ ^ § ^ i ^ 5 t o i l ^ ^ ^ l l ^ ^ ^ l ^ ^ r m e i i ^ §tlil|l&»t^ : J miy#*if ^ : :-vrle*|ift fto4 ^Jtiy^ w | i ^ credence to tte^^ aertion1 on thUiide of the water, but they certainly ought to be the bst^judg- e»# initio lelftihtercited moiiyei Cfii^be i mputed to them. Ho^e^erfthe jict may standi *r *• »» well to know the re- sources of our own colonial poweiiion* as far as possible, in order that the build- ing trade may not come to a standstill in future timet. There hat been consider* able agitation respecting the utility of girdling tree*. This operation consists in cittjng a complete ring through the bark and up wood of the tree penetrat- ing to the heartwood. If the tapwood ia entirely levered, the tree diei in a few days but if any connection remains between ^he sapwood above and below the cut, the tree will revive, and some- times the wound is entirely tilled up with new bark and sapwood. Timber- c...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 May 1875

^:ftlW^*tei'#fc^ J ' y ^^^ : '^ K *' ^ : . ' * S * ^ ^ * ^ OFFICIAI* 1)1RECTORY. \\ CHRIS. L E O N K A I ^ I H ^ M ^ F ' ^ W ' I ^ C. A. MASS^€&iPei€rE^ * * - ^ WM. WAGENER, Sheriff. - . , ! ' | R.-M. WRIGHT, County Judge. O. E. DREUTZER,^ District Attpmeyl CHRIS DANIELS, Cleik of the Court. JAS. KEOGH JR., Register of De«is, CHRIS DANUCLS, Superintendent of Scnobli H. SCHUYLER, County Surveyor* ^ H.G.SPRING. Ch'nof Board of Supervisors, SLACKS [From Jezreel's Saw.] I know a man whose mouth resem- bles the opening of navigation whenev. er he laughs, .and yet he was elected to, an office at the village election. *« The most costly and delicate of all pefumes,\" says'a fashion paper, \" is the exquisite ylaRg-yiand.\" I fancy it must resemble the smell of butter made from cows fed onjeeks. Order is heaven's first law and it has never been repealed. As you cannot avoid your own com- pany make it as good as possible. Now that there is no longer anv oc- casion for secrecy, won't Mr...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 May 1875

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^iS^^&^0SS Sllllltr^ -DoorOo. Circuit Oonrt. # ^ ^ i ^ ^ l D a ^ i assignee of th* Y : :S-.m Uuckley and J j ^ n ^ ' ^ i M a r i : :--'.||r%v:j,: .'- The*tate« Wisconttin to the above mimed defendant?! You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, a copy of ' which will 'be''filed, in the office of the Clerk of jibe/Circuit Court at his office in the town of Sturgeon Buy, hi aaid ecunity. arid to serve a cojvy of your answer on the subscriber at his Omce, in the village of Sturgeon Bay ami County of Poor, within twenty days after the service hereof^ exclusive of the dity of tfueh ser- vice and if you fail to iuinwer the complaint a» Aforesaid,, ihti plamtifi^ will takeijoUgment against ydu for thekuni of five thousand dol- lars, with interest thereon at the rate of seven per cent, per annum, from the 27th day Oct. in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-four, besides cost cf this action. '••'•• Witness the HON. E. II. ELLIS, Judge o...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 May 1875

55S JOYUL BOTES. It it noted that ..all* great humorists are sober aud sedate, with a melancholy cast of ouhteivauce If it rather seri- ous business to be fawiy/ Ever since we have heard of that • • . . . . . . . « • • \" • Maine editor named T* Pot, we have been filled with anxiety ro know if a trifle wouldpiake' him ooUoVer. A Memphis paper defines advertis- ing to be a •Â« blister which draws trade.\"'- • •-' A Green Bay editor's family experi- ence has been: To get rid of bed bugs- use a smooth pine board, 4 feet #21-2 inches ioti£, and 7-8 of an inch long. When ayourg man in Patagonia talis in love with a girl, he dosn't visit her six night in a week and twice piv Sun- day, and feed her upon molasses candy and gum drops, and sit up until two o'clock in the morning burning the old man's oil, and that sort of thing. Not at all. Courtship in Patagonia isrnuch more simple. lie lassoes the girl, drags •her home behind his horse, and that is all the^ marriage ceremony nec- es$a,ry....

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 14 May 1875

-r: :|t|njid.Gutter*' ., pork and lard cask* may be ftirified by burning itraw or j^blte lead rabbed up with linseed oil to the consistence of pane ii an ex. Tcllent application for boms. tSelatin mixed with glycerine i$ liqu id while hot, but an elastic solid when cold. Useful for hermetically sealing . •liortle*. : T o clean cider barrels, pour in lifrne water* and then insert a trace chain through the bunt, hole, remember to fasten a strong cord on the chain so as to pull it out agiin. S^iake the barrel until all the mold inside is rubbed off. Rinse with water, and finally pour in a little whitkey, A piece of paraffin candle about the !»t^e o f i iiuf, disolve in lard oil at 149° Kah%|hel»j|jtture applied once a month \\vittlitep4ebts wtttrptfcdfc Black cement for bottle corks consists of pitch hardened by the addition of resin and brickduit. One ounce each of muriate of soda, cream of tartar, and alumt, boiled in a gallon of Water, gjyet plat? a beautiful whiteneisv D i p tn^...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 21 May 1875

••:.w™f BUSINESS CARDS. I vice cream and-sod* watc* rdeome: around yet,*jopt: mucih, not much. t(-£A • 33.* » • * It is predicted thiW lurrrbet* iow much* IbvVeiH charf It\"tfd'yvit* run TW ^3 « l!-a Ec7 S .6* c»~ I Five Sundays in May this time* What |do yau.think of that ye unregfcBCrate, j That gold.found in ^Mjan.i^H^^Co'uh- s i S ^ l l •'ty*a } notbiqg but worthless yel^1** mica. ^Freights »oh lumber' arid'IsHingflea arei £3*5A TM *illag$ «twd^l * me*ton Satur- ^ # ^ « f t 3 e i l i ^ « last evening had* day^^nin^in^^Cottiity, gilding to not arnvtt&r noon today Friday, hra the report of the^iifeti V^u^^^^'^^h-^i-fat *'*• •' • \"•-..., *o tjiinsacYauchi 4thei busjneati a«*^ay M**^M4 bus- come before them* i • • , v„•'• I - j to«t«*Harj«isV«»^ .t^--. - WK-.-rv^..-:.,-.:\"A^l. * Cocb^mTIlid is now for rent. They lurn pn artotherpagi: and |«t\\j» UpVlisf well f o ^ ^ place in otjubsenbers. One rnairii«tidw .prepar- town. Mr. l i c ^ h * ^ will give very m | ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 21 May 1875

•frit I'fttfi 3 ]gn%$ji^^ there nro*ix»«l?n5in4hcty}n«fie,KWit the excep* the village In the habit of Betting intox underground vault ia which was stared thous- iii-U a ft. W $ e Ik'/uH^IW^^^dfrir and qui ^^i^^j^)i^«dminUtra ]te^*ti#^^irl»'nifeiiv-:are' the j^^^^rcjglafiflg do }j^rappear. And ^** ^i|CS tenths of the teaming %fau^e)-%^nd, ^igjfr^uds,,areheaders in the HepuWican.j^ajKy^ o*b i:r, '.\".•-*• seem to indicate a Ipfemtitg like that reached in nally ac- j^i-: t|^§tat«f the field will J^T^Pft^^^^^^-\"*^^''*rf*S5r!*™«o?n. of a real Mm^P^tmtpt whict:wtH bave for '?$£.'!the abuse rather tljaW the use of stimulants odious in the v J'$$$V^^ hiscer. ^i^^^beti^ ^aggested-^|ui^||i{ f :eferts by 'rmsans of political .^ir{i#|^f^'r^t.tbe.*Vilf^ 6f. intemper- ance will£e| futile. %he Republican pattyi^^^burikdl its fingers pain- tetK • ^ // T\"'-^ toying with the *Onrjeetrn£ th*n tdgetb*!* Wit|i\"a Sj-io^h\"^J?•^%^iW^^^je^,llt^ifi\"• tb^.St»rc. The p!PS,*l,ty ^Q^^^d^pjn th...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor 1873-1877 — 21 May 1875

vfm *mm t j$Tm$£tw M y^wm. PI«NEY A C fc ng an upward •tat the side branches! to wi Publishers. S If you want busl * not trees*- do -rfotl a* days arthe^pra^dJh^ few ::prun«^ It you wan it* ee-a&YJuot bushes, let them be trained to a single stem. Thisjremark•ppliej, however^ more to '^i£cid«rt^^«reei-^hdbl-lq 'comlWrs^ Most of the,Jatter onty : push ou/T lateral jjwhat is technically called snagson to push a few' weak^t||ijgs\\ n«*t year* The result of this tifei^fen is that the desired upward gtow™i* ob- tained with a vengeance, ^lijie istem hardly grows in thickness, thliipi rises to a few uncut bows ajt the too^|nd you get a tajl, thin, weakly object^ thait will irfever form a tree at all. It becomes * Chippy?* 6ranches ft^ro t|^ '1oW^s|^pkrt ot the stem/ and are jhus feathered to the ground, without throwing up more than one main trunk. But deciduous trees, especially where they have sufficient room, frequently jthrow up two or three stems which riv*j each other or ...

Publication Title: Expositor 1873-1877, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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