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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 June 1894

IN Tttp GOUNTY . FORESTVILLE. John Lovell raised a large barn last .Saturday. Miss Eda Pletner returned home from Chicago last week. f Farmers in aud about this.town have begun their road work. Prof. J. C. Langemak spent the past few days in this village. Jfrs. John Schneider is visiting rela- tives out here at present. C. G. Stangel will end his term of school next Friday with a picnic. Alvin Bowman had a bee of about 25 teams hauling shingles for him to Ahnapce yesterday. The local G. A. 11. and S. V. are mak- ing preparations for attending the re- union at Green Bay. t Miss Louise M. Eggers, of Two Rivers, is visiting relatives in this charming rural summer resort. There will be a grand picnic and dance at Bucholtz' grove next Sunday, June 17th. Everybody invited. Ad- . mission 25 cents. Our boys were badly disappointed last Sunday. They received a challenge from the Stony Creek boys to come and play a game of ball, and after going out there the Stony Creek nine would not play. M...

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 — 16 June 1894

MAEINE NEWS. F a t a l Kivr-r C o l l i s i o n . •„ K i n g s t o n , O n t . , J u n e 7 . — A t . 2 o'clock t h i s m o r n i n g tlic s t e a m e r O c e a n , u p w n r d - b o u n d f r o m M o n t r e a l w i t h it c a r g o of g e n e r a l m e r c h a n d i s e fo r T o r o n t o and . H a m i l t o n , nie t t h e t u g G e o r g e I) . S e y - m o u r w i t h a t o w o f f o u r b a r g e s lade n w i t h '-oiU fo r M o n t r e a l opposit e Cross - - . o v e r ..'Point\"in t h e St.. L a w r e n c e R i v e r . T i l t ? t n g a n d thro e »l th e b a r g e s w e r e iniswed ai l right , but tin- fourth b a r g e h e a d e d acrosw th e c h a n n e l a n d HI n i c k th e s t e a m e r ' a l m o s t s t e m on. T h e s t e m of t h e K e n t , w h i c h is th e n a m e of th e I w r g e , p e n e t r a t e d th e s t e a m e r ' s s t a r b o a r d b o w , i m p r i s o n i n g u portion of Iter c r e w in t h e f o r e c a s t l e , w h e r e t w o of t h e m w e r e ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 June 1894

^ . - - • ' \" • — H e n r y T h o m p s o n , eolored , w a s d r o w n e d , i n - t h e J a m e s R i v e r a t J a m e s - t o w n , N . P . enables the more advanced r - j a n d C o n s e r v a t i v e S n r » ^ g e o n s of to-day- to cure fna\"v djsgascs ^ r i ^ r . t cut- tin? , t r w t fore fotTucfly regarded ae. incurable willE. o u t resort t o th e knife. R U P T U R E or Breach, Is n o w radically cured with- o u t th e knife and withou t pain. CJu'AoV *\"'««c$ nan fee t!ir6wTi a w a y : T U M O R S , OViiian. Fi- broid (Uterine ) and m a n y others, are n o w remove d withou t i5« perils of c u t - ting operations. P I L E T U M Q R S . h o w - e v e r l a r g e , F i s t u l a a n d other diseases of the lowe r bowel, are p e r m a n e n t l y cured withou t pain o r re - sort t o th e knife. 8 T O N E in the Bladder, n o matter h o w large, is crush- ed, pulverized, washed o u t a n d p e r f e c t l y r e m o v e d w i t h o u t euttfntr. F o r pamphlet, referen...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 16 June 1894

COOLING WOTH TRAP. «J*ed for Destroying the Insect Attar It Lftave* the Apple. If an insect enemy is to be destroyed, stady ite life history. It will usually be found to have certain habits which make it comparatively easy of destruc- tion. This is true of the codling moth (apple worm). Anyone at all familiar witi its habits is aware that after the firs} brood of worms leave the apple, nature compels them to seek a hiding place on the trunk of the tree, where they will be removed from the mois- ture of the earth, and here they change from the worm to the moth. At the time the worm is seeking this hiding place it is easily led into a trap, if the trap fnrnisbes the hidingplacefor which it is BO anxiously looking, and common sense teaches the fruitgrower that this is the time to destroy it, as it remains in this trap two weeks unable to move. A trap of this kind is shown in the il- lustration. The worm crawls under i • i j a s n *Sh.. ' .-PODLlSa MOTH TRAP. the projecting edge and he...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 June 1894

aroii. 2. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1894. L O C A L . {•• Attead the Beauehainp lecture this evening. ' • i* This has been a week of delicious vv%ather. Haying is well underway in all parts of the county. The fine rain during last Sunday was whit everyone was wishing for. F. A. Rayman advertises a free dance at his hall in Tornado for to-night. \"The Social Club,\" Frank Carley, proprietor, is now open 'and ready for business. Home grown strawberries have ap- peared on the- market in limited quantities. The finishing touches have been put onto the brick work of John Graei's building this week. ....'••'', Messrs Meyers & Zettle now occupy, the barber shop formerly owned by Gersham Washburn. \" The show company that spoke for the Opera Hall for last Monday even- ing- failed to materialize. The children of John Bassford, are slowly i-ecovering from an unusually severe siege of typhoid fever. Summering people have began to ar- rive. The hot weather of the previous week ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 June 1894

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. ^JHO. J. PIHHEY, - •.?• . Publisher. KANSAS-TOWNS FLDODEa A Cloudburst Near Wiiphjta Drives •:.- Many Families from Their • „ •: Homes. ''••Wichita, Kns., June 10.—A heavy storm -•visited thin county Just evening. The streets in this city were Hooded' and in many eases the sidewalks were ob- structed by fallen timbers and shade trees. The worst part of the storm cen- tered at, Mtilvane, twelve miles south. The cloudburst inundated the. entire coun- try, and culverts and drains soon over- flowed and covered the Santa Pe railroad tracks no an to nut out. the fires in the en- gines, holding trains for several bourn. 'The town part of Mulvane was under •water to n depth of-eight or ten feet and 'many houses were .moved off their foun- dations. Bonts improvised from wagon [boxes and rafts made of lumber wore 'launched rind the work of rescue begun. •Probably twenty families were taken out by this means. There were no casualties, • but the property ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 June 1894

ME DESPISED WIFE. H O W A C B E V I O U S W R O N G J W A S .••AVENGED . • .[ • C H A P T E K X X X I I — C O N T I N U E D . T h e new grass is the only cheerful sight «of early spring, nearly always chill and forbidding in these part& I* i 8 a* such .times that the Russian peasant, shut u p dur- i n g thewhole winter, feels stirring within W m a hind of joyous expectation, which h e attributes to his anticipation of harvest. I t was not the*expectation of harvest thnt made Eaissa's heart throb. For the last few weeks she had been expecting a letter from her husband, which would not, alas be addressed to her, but to Faciei, who had written to tell his master of the accident that had befallen Helen's son. Th e old servant ha d n o motive for concealing his suspicions, consequently he had dilated on them at length between his sympathetic complaints. He had been particularly careful not to pass over in silence the ser- vice rendered by Eaissa to his master's sister, and it was wi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 June 1894

:OGMR||dllMfy PCMQ6i|tllf. Entered at ihe pottoMce at Sturgeon Bay, ak second class platter. 'PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY •JOHN J. PINNEY, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. AH persons addressing communications to the DOOR COURTY DKMOCKAT, will please address the publisherand not tno paper alone. Always ruldrces as follows: JNO.'J. PINNEY, Publisher. Sturgeon liay. Wis. STURGEON BAY. WLS., JUNE, 231894 E D I T O R I A L . T HE starch factories at Waupaca, dump their refuse into the river, and the people at Weyauwega, eight miles be- low, are complaining that it causes diphtheria at the latter place. Boss Minor's tactics are disgusting to all honest republicans. There is a vig- orous kick against the disreputable methods being practiced, and there will be a lighter republican vote polled in Door county this full than ever before. T HE scientific world long ago passed by iii silence the erratic, unsteady, non- consequential Professor Drumtnonu and now t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 June 1894

IF by any unfortunate circumstance, E. S. Minor should be .elected to con- press, the u-ople of the Eight can judge what sort of representative they will have at Washington, from the manipul- ation of last Tuesday's convention. v It was the .same old story, \"the people be damned!\" ONE of the noteworthy incidents of the late republican convention, is the fact that Gibraltar, the town in which Mr. Minor lived many of the earlier ,, r , , , , . . years of his life, after a sharp canvass \\\\ e have lost the campaign of | , „ . , , , • , „ , , , 1 ° i ami a big caucus, was represented by a delegation unanimously hostile to Mr. Minor's eandidacv. 1 ENOITGH OF McKlNLEY Col. A. I» Confcer, Ex-National Committee- man From Ohio, Says So. AKRON, O., June 18.—-Col. A. L. Con- ger, ex-member of the republican national committee from Ohio and one of the most prominent manufacturers in the middle states, has thrown a bomb- shell iuto the ranks of the Republicans of Ohio by denouncing, in the ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 June 1894

i^&w& $i$w& — T W © ar e now OSS prisoners a t Wau - pun , 22 of whom ar e femakSar- -^-William P y e r waj* sent to W a u p n n for tw o years front, Dutm County. —Mrs. Joseph Weber died a t he r home iu Oshkosh,.aged about 3 0 years. •—Thp. Lafayette County fnir will be iKdd. a t Darlington August 2S to \" 1 . ...\" — Ivar Benson, a.'well-known L a ('fosse raerebant, passed awa y a t the aye of .'{7 .years. —George B . Martin, of Lake.Geneva, . lias been granted a divorce from bis wife, Matilda. —Mrs \"n*[)e Dern. one of th e early settlers of Waii.siin, died at th e ige„of S i year.1?. —Forty-five tboii.-:i!ii rainbow trout were planted in White Birch Hirer near Superior. -—JSarnli Ann Murray wa s granted a di- vorce from her husband, J a n u s H . 'Mur- rey, of OshkiVsh. --Vfuiik Ptarsfcy's residenec a t Ln •Crosse wns damaged by lire to the ex- ten t iff S.-OO. —William Wyinjtti, a fed ft.'? years, wassed awa y a t hi* home in the town of Bradford. Hock County. —D....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 June 1894

CARE OF THE EYES. Some Advice Tor I'ersonfi. WIt,o Have \"\"\" Troubl e with Tlielr Sight. There ar e many physicians wh o ni'vcr think of attributing to the eyes mnny of the ailments with which their patients a r t afflicted. It is declared by eye specialists to be a demonstrable fact that main- so- cnlled nervous diseases are caused entire-. !v by defective vision in some of its forms. Th* extremely complicated and sensitive structure of the eye, once it becomes dis- ordered, is a .source of the mest acute pain, and produces more ills than the aver- age mind can well believe. Th e most ex- erueiatins headaches, nausea, siddbiess and a fieiieriilly dull, dazed sensation, in- rmiscd. after, being out either for shop- tilllS, Mllin? T -lit an y pliK-f' of amusc- Illi'Ht. . - ' , • •^'•\"•ill out and discouraged, the sufferer .•alls i» a doctor, who talks about nerves and lack of assimilation, and half a dozen other things a s wide of the mar k a s pos- sible, leaves medicines or a p...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 23 June 1894

IN TtlfefidUNTY. f{'• JACKSONPORT. • ' Ghas. Johnson went to Sturgeon Bay last Satnaday, returning the sanie day. Children's Day exiercises at the Meth- odist church last Saturday evening were well attended. The Goodrich sti\\, City of Ludington,. was in port Saturday evening on her way sooth, and a number of our citizens availed themselves of the opportunity to inspect the craft. A line shower of rain visited this place dining Sunday last, which did an immense amount of good to the grow- ing crops. We recognized the familiar face of Squire Jackson, of Baileys Harbor, on our streets last Saturday. Robert Halstead of Sturgeon Bay, visited with relatives litre on Sunday last. June is proving a most delightful month. A lawsuit between Messrs. Reynolds and LeMere, took place at Sturgeon Bay, on Wednesday of last week. The amount involved was only 75 cents. The jury rendered a verdict of \"no cause for action\" whereupon Mr. Rey- nolds, the plaintiff took an appeal to the circuit court. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 June 1894

'mm VOL. 2, STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1894. NO. &3. LOGflb. Board of Review meets next Monday. ThePankratz mill is Running again in full blast. Assessor Masse has completed the tax roll for 1894. Frautk Shimmel will move his grocery into the corner room, early in July. Thos. McCullough reports trade opening up briskly at his new Central Hotel. , The roof of the Pankratz mill and also that of the boarding house is being re- shingled. Homegrown strawberries are quite plentiful and sell at eight to ten cents per quart. Menominee parties have been in \"the city this week looking for a suitable business location. Capt. Boutin's new wagon for use at the L. S. S. has been completed and is a model of perfection. A couple of horse thieves were arrest- ed near Salona last Sunday morning by Brown county officers. „ THIS is not Chas. Hall's first time in Sturgeon Bay and he will no doubt be welcomed by a big crowd. Smith & Daley's tug Irene, brought a scow load of bridge, p...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 June 1894

BTMrE^Ews/ - - S u n Prairie is to have a new lialf- thile race track. —Joseph Beaaneon, aged G8 years, died a t his home in Cliutonville. —Green Ba y will mak e a bi for the ^Western Catholic summer school. —Miss, Ida Baldwin was married to Joh n Justice a t her home in Sparta. —Mrk John I^effner, aged 80 years, died suddenly a t her home in Almond. —Judge Gar y will deliver the address at the Winnebago county pioneer reunion. —Carl Findeisen, a L a Crosse boy, was stricken with lockjaw while swimming. —Leonard Pease, a Fond du Lac young man, died in Chicago of typhoid fever. —The Sauk county Republican conven- tion will be held at Barahoo on July 20. —The Rev. Zachariah Smith of Sugar Grove, Vernon county, died at the age of 7 3 years. ' . —Miss Kittle K Bosustow, a wol F known musician of Hncine, was married to i'Ved JFI. Foster. —The Spring Grove creamery in the town of Linn, Walworth county, uses 85,000 pounds of milk daily. —The city of Whitewater will issue $10,000 in bond* t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 June 1894

W i s e S a y i n g s . Age an d enthusiasm always travel in opposite\" directions. - Marriage consists of five minntes a t the head of the procession, an d a lifetime in the ranks.. A ma n never knows ho w t o b e a son until he ha s beeorae a father. The people pay too much attention to what they hear over th e back fence. The people wh o boast of their ancestors as a rule have nothing in their present condition to bnnst about. Work keep's a ma n from doing mean things, bu t there can't be enough of it to keert him from thinking them.—Atchison Globe.. A BA D WREC K —of the constitution ma y follow in the track of s disordered system. Dr. Pierce's Golden' Medical Discovery prevents and CUKES all liver and Iddney Diseases. I t rouses the liver to healthy action, purifies the blood and allays congestion of the kidneys. GEO. W. SWEENEY, ESQ.. of Haydentoun, Pa., says: \" 1 was for years hardly able to yo about. I suffered from liverand kidney troub- le, six different Doctors treated m...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 June 1894

BOOR COUNT/ DEMOCRAT. Entered at tk* potlofflce at Sturgeon Say, at ' second clan matter. „ PUBLISHED WEEfctT: BV xIOHN J. FI3SINRY, Editor a n d Proprietor. 'SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.3 0 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICE. All person! addressing communications to the Dooit CODNTT DEMOCRAT, will* please address the publisher and not tho paper alone. Always address as follows: J K » . J. PIKSKY. Publisher. Sturgoon Uay, Wis. S T U R G E O N I ^ C W I S T J U N E , 801891 EDITORIAL. O U R local republicans seem to thin k that, if they- have go t to laugh, they would better 1 it before they hav e th e fight. T h e i r discretion is commendable . Q U E S T I O N S for f a n n e r s : H o w doe s the price of a hat , a coat, o r a pair of shoes, compar e wit h th e price of th e s a m e article 40 years ago'/ H o w does the price of wheat, corn, o r wool com- pare with th e price 40 years ago? W i i r is it that a ta x in a democrati c tariff la w always increases th e cost, an d is a heavy burden ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 June 1894

IN T^B COUNTY. J as that editorial squib is from the es- TACKSONPORT teemed Evening Wisconsin, and bias-1 i much as the estsemed morning Sentinel) Crops are looking favorable. ! h u d jammed the Taylor candidacy be- i Look out for a wedding in town in j fore we, outsiders, must rely hereafter! •the hear future. | upon the esteemed Madison Journal,! SETTING A ROOSTER. A Darky Who Utilized ft Male Member of th« Chicken Tribe. A citizen of Rumford had canvassed the town in vain from, end to end in search of a \"hen to set,\" says the Prov- Jos. C. Dana, of Sturgeon Bav. was ! Uncle Hod*s home organ for facts with- j idence Journal, when he heard that an «een on our streets last Saturday. Al- j out fancv in the current complication-\" j old darky on the Boston. Providence & wavs glad to see vou, Joe. * , ! -Foml du Lac Journal. j ^ e w + ? o r t 7°f,. ha A d 9 . ^ r e a t . d f l , °f \" • l . p » * | — ! \"setting stock. As this was just what Michael Fitzgibbons, returned on j...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 June 1894

STURGEON BAY, WIS. JMO. J. PIMrJEr, - - PuWisher. \" HIS BOOKS DESTROYED. Clino , Carnegie' s S u p e r i n t e n d e n t Testifiesi-.ln t h e Armo r P l a t e / I n v e s t i g a t i o n , Washington, D . C., June 26.—Stipt, Kline of the Carnegie works took the witness stand today in the arnior plate in- vestigation, Clino is the man charged by /Witness SHI with having doctored., re- ipbrts. Cline admitted that he had made certain changes on the record slates, but pone were made with intent to defraud. Mr. Cummings drew out the statement that Cline had destroyed all his books. Cline said he had done this because they Contained a lot* of stuff he knew nothing about. Sill and the other clerks had made these entries. The books were destroyed after the settlement with the government The destruction of the books, Cline ,-u serted, had not been for the purpose o destroying evidence. H e now had no rec- ord,gf the. treatment.Qf armor pjates. TRAIN HELD UR S i x M a s k e d Me n B l o w t ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 June 1894

THE DESPISED WIFE. HO W A CREVrOUS WRONG WAS AVENGED. \" CHAPTER XXXIV. Two or three days went by,' during which Raissa made up her mind at least a score of times to-write to her husband. Not that eheintended to sayaught to him of what ahe had concocted in the garden', bnt it V seeined to her that, as a matter of polite- ness, his letter required a few words of re- ply. When she felt most sorely perplexed n the subject she received another visit -r'itom':the littlO'girl who generallyb acted as • Tikbone's messenger. . : \"Grandfather is very bad,\" said the child *he goes on anyhow, and shouts that he is going to die. He wants to speak , to you before he does die,\" Raissa threw a lace shawl across her •shoulders and accompanied the short-skirt- •ed Iris. Tikhone, worse tempered than ever was in a high state of fever. Every now and then he uttered a moan. When he heard Kaissa's footsteps on the wooden path out- «ide he turned his face towards the window. The movement enabled Raissa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 June 1894

FLOWERS AND SHRUBS. HORSE-LEG FENDER. Patent ] H A B D Y perennial phloxes are fine | plant s for a permanent garden. A B E D of hydrangeas o n th e law n or i n th e background i s very pretty. \" T E A roses arc no t • expensive and a bed o f them gives a great deal of pleas-! , . , , . , . „ n r & j that o n several occasions the y wil l CHERRIES seem t o b e th e only fruit I f ^ t e a \" a * r U a s . ^ p r e s s sorrow, 4U„* „, m ~-^„ . • „ „-i„„^»„~« ^ „ „ , j i n the most heartrending manner. I n tha t will grow t o advantage around! . • ., • . . *»*. ^ . . . . T H E WEEPIN G O F H O R S E S . BOSTON BROWN BREAD. STANDARD AND LOCAL TIME. CnmUtakable Appeal* of Injured Anlmala for Sympathy. Did yo u ever see a horse cry? Man y people believe, tha t horses d o no t weep , but those w h o have ha d muc h t o d o wit h these faithful creatures kno w Chicago. CDIXESE pinks are biennials of easy jfrowth and their colors th e richest im- aginable. I F your Easter lily bloome...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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