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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 March 1893

IN T-HEOOUNTY. UNION. Mr. Aleck Pierre solicits a customer to rent his cheese factory during the present cheese making season Mr. and Mrs. Emil Psirins, -who lived at the home of his parents, recently , c 0 t(1 t h ( ) X o r t ] ) W moved into a residence and farm of their own. Jacksonport. is going to boom this Do yon take the Farm Journal? year. The mill will be kept running Why not? Every farmer, gardener, the greater part of the summer, and ves- stock breeder, orchardisr, dairyman. sel loading %\\ill give employment to a poultry-man, their wives and eveu the large number of men. , | boys.aud girls will iind it crowded full j Reuben Page. Sr., has sold his farm I o f \"'eVpful information. It aims to be : to his son George. Mr.vPage intends to I Pr lc*ieril rather than theoretical, to be \\ (. where he h \\ daughter living. The name of (he place Int. which he is to locate we have not School opened last Monday, in the j learned. ^lr. Page is. an old resident of third district, aft...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 March 1893

Xake'-Navigators'\"Counting on a '• , Eapid Break-up. ICE DISAPPEARING VERY FAST. fifghcr Water In rrf«ioi at th e Soo— •Col. Ludlow JPrnctically JKxonor- otod—Sale* of Vfl»s««l Proper- ty—To-duy's Gossip l a Blurino Circles. • The mild speli of last week has short- ened the life of the ice i n Green Bay ' «nd the Straits fully a fortnight, much against the wishes and anticipations of Teusel-owners, who had prognosticated and hoped for an opening not earlier than the 1st of May. But a few days of joaild weather suffices to work wonderful changes and sot the shrewdest calcula- tions at naught. Thus with the preva- lence of ordinarily, mild weather from now out the Htraifi and Green Bay will open not later than the L'Oth of April, And probably as early as the 15th. At Oheboygun, Mich., on .Saturday, because of the mild weather and rain, an opening by the 10th of April, last season's date, was predicted. The ice on tSault 8te. Marie Itiver has become unsafe ior crossing with teams...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 March 1893

. THE HEAVENS IN MARCH. Tlie Kirst WiniU iviih tlie Son Norih the Kquutor. The ancient Romans used to consider March as tbe first tnonth of the year, the. legal year beginning on the 25th day of tho month, and they gave the name Martins in honor cfthe god Mars. The ecclesiastical calendar of England also began with March until 1752.. There is an old saying that a \"dustyV March portends a. plenteous season, while, on the contrary, a \"wet\" March frequently proves destructive of both wheat and rye. Thus such great im- portance for the remainder of the year centers about March that it would seem . as though its place should be at the be- ginning of the calendar. Particularly does this apply in mat- ters astronomical, as in March persons hereabout again have the sun on their side ot the equator, where they hold it for six months, a period including seed- time and the ripening of the crops. It is quite natural in repeating the se- quence of the eeasons to place spring first, and astron...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 March 1893

= a GRAFTING Note* THE CHERRY. FRAMES FOR HOT-BEDS. from *h» Central KiperlmoBtal Far m a t OttaW*, Can. Bulletin 17 of t h e Centra l Ex-\" I perirncntal f a r m a t Ottawa , Can., j gives a n accoun t of t h e e x p e r i m e n t s I which h a v e b e e n m a d s there,* u n d e r j th e direction of Mr. J o h n Craigr, horti - i c u l t u r i s t o f th e farm. Descriptions a r e i given of t w e n t y varieties, including a [ n u m b e r from n o r t h e r n E u r o p e wit h ' a c c u r a t e photograph's. Of those whic h i possess exceptiona l hardines s \"are CLEARING SALE TO MAK E ROOM FOR SPKINGSTOCK. IMreetlooft for Con»tra»)l.liijr Goorl One*— TI»* t l i t o r Pit*. ^ T h e tim e is n e a r for beprhininfir\"hot- j Kla]imir Bessarabia n an d Schfflten *eA work , an d as th e ' f r a m e \" mua t i AmarelJc. Anothe r list which com- « r « t bo p r e p a r e d it ma y ho as well per- ] p r j B C B v a r i e t i e s n o t quit e so hardy , b u t h a p s t o explai n h ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 March 1893

*Kji5t '.:' %% VOL,. I. STUJRCrEON BAY^ WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1893. N0.9. LOCAL. DUST Tea 10c, at Louis Bavry's. City schools will probably re-open first of next week. Building sites on Cellar street are becoming valuable. There will be but one voting precinct for the eity election this spring. . FliESH lime on hand at A. Simon's. The masons commenced laying brick on the Opera House building on Tues- day morning. , The disagreeable and stormy weather this week has retarded building opera- tions not a littlti,—- •.— v.. Town election tickets at this ofiiee, cheap and on short notice. Send in your orders early. T B I SODIUM, the purger, at Scotield's. wonderful boiler Martin Knudson reports several pro- spective real estate deals. Martin will sell real estate if anyone ean^ A. Woerfel this week sold to Ed Deck- er several water front lots in the fourth ward. Consideration, $1,000. One of our market gardeners within the city limits expects to sow seed for early peas hot later than ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 March 1893

cssa DOOf COUNT! DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . PINNEY4SHEPAED . Publishers. DYNAMITERS IN ROME. The City Terrorized by a Gang of Anar- . chis.ts. , ' •\"\"7 ROME, March 18.—Dynamiters in' Rome have- tbo city on the verge of a panic equal to that into which Paris was thrown some months ago by tho out- ragihi of Anarchists. Following close upon the unsuccessful attempTto blow Up the Ancint Alattei Palace, tbo resi- dence ofvWilliam Totter, American minister to Italy, another dynamite out- rage was attempted to-day at the Pa- lazzo Altleri, the headquarters of the Guardia Nobili, one of the military organizations whose duty it is to attend the Pope and to be present at the great religious functions at the Vatican. Early this morning a hoy who was passing the Palazzo Altieri saw a mass of what he at first thought was mortar lying upon the steps of the palace. With boyish curiosity tie ran up tbe steps and was surprised to seo n burn- ing fuse extending from the mass. Tho boy at once s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 March 1893

MEONICJS LOST.-.. He r lioais Foun d Ailrlrt Off th e New- fouinllHiict ltnnk*. ' LONDON, March 20.—After long-con- tinued anxiety regarding the fate of the White Star Line steamer Naronic, which -sailed—from- Liverpool-on^ebruttryiO-H^f-^e-liamsey— Golmty—district—coorti for New York, and which had not since been heard of, intelligence has been Teceived showing boyond any doubt that the vessel is lost. The British steamer Coventry, Cant. Wilson, from Fernan- dina February 10, arrived at Bremen to-day. She reports that at 2 o'clock on .the morning of March 4, wnen in lat.42 n „ long. AH w., she passed a lifeboat painted white bearing the name \"Naro- COAL WAR A HOT ONE. Court an d LojjUlmir Otitis In Minnesota —'Fight to ttiiwn th» B ron«. ST, PAUL, Minn., March 20.—Th*e coat combine fight grows more exciting hour- ly, and the-legislature and Judge Ejan, THE LOST STEAMER NAHONIC. s?.- faic.\" The boat was floating keel up- ward. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon of •the same day anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 March 1893

'y DOOR GOUKty DEMOCRAT. Entered at the pottoffiee at Sturgeon- Hay, a* . second clasn matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV P I N N E Y Sc S H E P A R D . Kclltors and 1'roprletorn. SUBSCRIPTION PfllCE, $1.5 0 PEB YEAR. Hl-KClAVSbTWK. AH pbrsons addressing .communications to the Boon COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always addrecs as follows: PISNKV & SHKI'ABD, Publishers. Sturgeon Bay, \\V1H. STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAR. 23, 18i)3 Free Canal Matter. Messrs. Leatham & Smith are trying to hustle through the settlement of the canal transfer in order that it may be free to shipping with the opening of navigation, and have put themselves to considerable trouble to gain that end. Of course, Messrs Leathern & Smith are directly interested, and so ought to be everybody in this city, but the mat- ter was~dragging,, and without persist- ent nagging it is doubtful if the matter would be settled before the middle of the summer. We are fortunate in hay...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 March 1893

IN THE COUNTY. UNION. Isadore Rollaiu recently purchased a team of small horses from Autone Bour- gois, paying $250.00 for the same. John B. Delwiche, town Treasurer, made his final return to the county treasurer at .Sturgeon Bay last week Ed. Lalazerne. who worked ^at his trade, blueksmithing during the past winter, at Harrison, Wise, came home recently. • Mrs. Marie Josephine Conard went to Green Bay this week and will remain in that city for fifteen days for the pur- pose of receiving medical treatment at the hands of Dr. Menehan, the skilled physician. Gilian Geneisse sold his eighty acre farm to Jacque Charles last week and the figures are $2000. Mr. Geneisse will now sell his chattels at auction and he and his family depart for Green Bay in the near future. she had failed to become reconciled, but slowly declined in healthwhich brought on consumption and the filial sad end. She leaves four children, Emma, Frank- ie, Mabel and Cora, to mourn- the loss of a fond and affectionate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 March 1893

WISCONSIN CHIT-CHAT. • Miss AOOIE FALUS, of Montello, was quite seriously burneu by an overturned lump. -••/' . ,-..,,. • JpsEPit GRAHAM, of Janesville, while wrestling with a companion fell and •broke bis leg. PLANS have been drawn for th e new •orphan asylum to be erected at Green Bay in the near future. It will be of brick with terra cotta and galvanized iron trimmings, and will be three stories in heicht. u MRS, &AMI.'EI, STASDISH, living near Mondovi, narrowly eBcaped being killed by the accidental discharge of a revolver in the hands of her S-year-old boy. The bullet just grazed her dress on, the right shoulder. TUB logging season at Marinette baa practically come to an end. The total cat is estimated at about 000,000,000 feet. The output, it is thought, will keep all the millB at Marinette &nd Menominee busy during next summer. PnocTou & GAMHUC, soap manufact- urers of Cincinnati, O.. have leased a large warehouse on the harbor front at West Superior and will loca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 March 1893

YANKEE SWANNERIES. A . £f*w »*\"* Interesting Furt of Our American Money Ivinc?. - \" A commission has oeeh received by Donald Burns twho recently presented the late John Hoey's fine collections of swans to Central Park) from John 1). Rockefeller to arrange for a swannery at his palatial residence on the Hudson. Mr. Burns says no expense will be spared to make th e .Rockefeller swan- nery one of the fineBt in the world, not excepting the famous ones on the Thames or in the Gardens of the Lux- embourg at Paris. When I saw Mr. Burns, who is an au- thority on swans, at his place of busi- ness, '115 Boosevelt Street, yester- day, says a writer in the New\". York Herald, he told me much of interest about the new fad among American money kings«of collecting choice swans froiu all parts of the world.- Several wealthy men, he said, are planning for\" swanneries at iheir sum- mer residences. The impetus given to the cultivation and naturalizing of swans in this country was due to John Hoe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 25 March 1893

EXCELLENT FARM BARN. Krerthlng Included It Costs Less Than Nine Hundred Dollars. Thi s barn is 80x50 feet, and 20 feet t o th e square. Th e wal l is from 1 to 1)4 feet above th e surface outside. Th e stable s are fon each end, and fun crosswise of the Wilding . The co w stable is 15 feet wide, 8tS feet long and 1 feet high, di- Tided into 7 stalls 3 feet 9 inches wide, and a bo x stall 9 feet 8 inches wide. T h e stalls are just lonpf enoug h t o k e e p the animals' heads apar t Th e cattle are fastened with chains around the neck. We feed the m from the barn floor the grain and mill feed being fed through doors, l x l K feet nea r the floor, directly into the trough whic h runs th e whol e length of the stable (except a door at each end of co w stable to per- m i t passage between stable and barn floor). The trough is partitioned off opposite each stall. We feed the hay and fodder in a rack directly over th e trough* the small holes at th e bottom having slide doors and the open...

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

EDITION. TWBLVB PAGBS. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1893. WMB • bOOflL . :s TJie city schools re-opened on Mon- FRESH liiue on hand at A. Simon's. Louis Reichel has an elegant Easter display in.one of his show .windows. - There is an important change in Banihardt Deiter's advertisement this week. Read it.\" It would be a good idea for the city J The Life Saving Station at the canal to pay for the sprinkling on such streets opens for the season at noon to-day as may have .sufheient traffic to make j (Saturday,, T h e crew this summer will sprinkling necessary. It could be let•! be as follows: Tellcsford 'Boutin, cap- to the lowest bidder, who should fur-! tain. Carl Anderson. Wilson Warner, nish a bond sufficient to guarantee the 1 Louis Bavrv, Richard Griuuey. Al- faithfulperfonnnnce of the work. ' phonse Cat lie. Lester Chceseinan, Am- ~~~~ ' brosc Duelon. The three-latter, named gentlemen are new men. all the others having served at this station heretofore, it Door Count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

DOOB COONTI DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, W I S . FISTNEY& SHEPARD - Publishers. IN A SIBERIAN PRISON PEN. Two American Sailors Suffer- Horrible ..\". Treatment. SAN FitAKCisco, Cal., March 24.—Louis A- Paradyce, a sailor, who arrived from China on-the (Gaelic, tolls a etory of hor- rible treatment in Siberian prisons. He was a sailor on the sealing Bchoonor Mary H. Thomas, and with another Bailor named \\yllson went ashore on the coast of Kainschatka to fill water casks. A* hurricane drove the Bchooner off and tho mon were left ashore. They had no provisions and traveled inland to a camp of Rus- sian soldiers. There they were seized and accused of being anieB. They were sent to Garaseock, a convict station. Paradyce tells of horrible cruelty in- flicted on the prisoners there. Ah, though Wilson and himself wore rough- ly treated, they were not flogged as other prisoners wore. There were about 0,000 convicts ai tho stai tion and every Wednesday those who had disobeyed rules during tho...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

election for To the Electorabf the Cjty of Sturgeon Bay: OFFICE OK Om-CLERK, City of Sturgeon Bav. March^'^i?S® § Notice ts hereby given that a Municipal Election is to be held in theCitv of shir*.-™, n„,. ,» ,1 -. i ,, • , , ' • J ' - ' ~ ^ i i i i s l ^ : rtion^lbeWen»at9o'clockintheVenoon,andclS^ 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ M ^ $ each office to be voted for, whose nominations have been certified to m i offl!* i r V ^ S u m ? ^ T ^ t | ^ i | • . \" ' ' \" . \" INFORMATION TO VOTERS. ^ ' ^ V ^ - # 4 : S S S - 8 S ^ S Voters Avill receive a ballot from a ballot clerk unon iiihi-iiKi'fl,. nniii„„ .,1 1 • • »• , , '•• '.:*-'-H••\" \"--u'••••,-•'• ./ :M''0^^^''i-S^P^ iiiiil^iPiiii ^»xi»l » '• *i2i*'^Si :''.-'ii^x i if'^ 'Si' ^ o S * ^ il l iSHWsiiHSW Wit* itlissifi tiitiitlllii fitmt SHI O U R c-HURQtiES. CONttRKCiATIONAr., ««. v . A. A. AiulililB«., l»nstor. Services every.''Sunday, morning at •10:45 Sabbath school at 12:00, Miss A. 0. Jenkins,'superintendent Y. P. S. C. - E. meeting at U...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

LOUDNESS tho day was dawning, Vet9ilGnt the city slept. And pure In tho Ughtotmoming Qleamoa tho tears that tho night had wept &n odor like Inconso floated Prom many a petal ra.ro, And the boughs by tho soft brcozo smoted Made a rustle like wings In air. Fan-like, tho beams, rosc-tlnted, Shot up from tho :asto sky. And the streamlet's wa'.ers glinted On that morn of victory. ' i . The nlulit of doubt was ended, And sweet on the Morale's breath Came tho sound of voices blendea, £inglnff of conquered death, {Jlcry to God. and Klory Be Thine, Triumphant Klngl Lot Main repeat the story . - Till earth with p.i'ans shall ring. O, Christ!- as Thou ascended. All free from nail and thorn tday we, from death defended Each have our Easier morn. THE EASTER SUN. He had always thought she was the. sweetest girl in the world. And he told her so on Ash Wednesday. I t seemed a queer day to select, but as he knelt in the pew just back of her and heard everybody cali themselves \"'miserable sinne...

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

EASTER MORN. JNG, Joyous Eas- ter beUsl I»ro- clalm To all the world \"' the old, old story, Bow One to earth from Heaven came That men might know the way to glory. And from each bur- dened hear t this day May every stone be -Vs rolled away. Kiag, happy bellsI the Lente n gloom \"vi/'' No longer does :, * our souls imprison. A light is gleaming through the tomb. '.' Our Christ, the Saviour, has arisen, And faith beholds, with vision clear. The shining angel standing near. Ring, Joyful bells! Your tones prolong TU1 every priceless soul eternal Awakes the glad, triumphant song • The angels sing of love supernal,— Till every sepulchreof loss* Takes on the glory of the cross. /- :•\" NIXON \"WATERMAH. CHAPTER A ALLIE H A K - PER was the _ _ . _ _ — b e l l e o f a l l ^ v Y T ^ ^ neighborhood in nprthern Missouri, and Ali Garrett married '.her.. There had been so much rivalry in this affair that the courtship was referred to as a \"hard fight.\" Alf was an impressive fellow, and it was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

jai^ei^s^ mi pi^iasiioff^ STALLIONS IN SERVICE, v^ClS ,93.'fe. : **««**VN«WV i f f i n r ^ ALAK CLAY, JR., 350.00 Door County Breeders, $25.00 BBANDYBpt, MAPLETON, JR., DICTOM, GRAYGEORGB, SCOTCH CI-AY, 30.00 30.00 30.00 15.00 10.00 # * ' • ' . ' • • • « * • : ' - ' : « • ' • . : ' • : ' • • .«#. '•: « ' • • ' ' , ' • « * ' . - • : - « . ' • ' . ' \" « * • • \" • - : • gl8W«di( »i' 15.(66 15 00 15,00 liM^ 8,00 5.00 Those who secure 10 new patrons, trill be given 1 service fee of equal value, '.: .,' :::\\ V for season, FREE*. 1894 colts from all oar speed stallions are eligible to Clark's Horse Review five thousand dollar etake, to be trotted in 1896. Try your luck for a good colt- It costs you nothing extra and may return both money and glory for a small invest- ment Every man who breeds a mare in 1893, has an interest In this rich stake and should have his mare served as early as possible. To further assist In promoting and at the same time Interest and compensate loca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

Mm IS THE TIME~IMPR0\\Tfi «T ^r y.f! p ^ t e ^ ^ i M d » . a grand opening to all Door county to improve their stock, lupid gelt standard bred horses 4 as early date si would be possible if our entihw num- ber ••••pf ttares *ere shipped to Kentucky, or any other prominent stock raising if^^^^^fi-i^nfffi- •'•:WP'\\-^:-'-:'••--' - - -•- /•'•' .\"•., *' ':\\. ^ ^ Clay, Jr., three years ago, * ° * tyy$. & I**** o l d P ^ colte » c*11 n o w breed to our prize winner, Geo. Brasfleld, No. 16,664, and all mare colts will be standard bred, and can be numbered and registered in the records of standard horses, and sold by number in the great Bales. This same rule applies also to the noted Hannis, Jr., No. 4,393. - . :^ine^: can breed to any one of the three standard bred horses on this farm, land bycrossing the get with either of the other two, secure the same result vpo not fail to begin breeding profitably now, for every year's postponement pute you on& more year behind in the fi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

m$Ngtifflfi^ )^^^i'^:fW^S!iM~--- 'K'g^ C1 ^ aMtfaM^ Itit»el« »nd S«me of tk* 5iSKSv«iNi* •••• ?S *§ i^ '••.•• .'' ^^^^iBi^S^^iiEsi^^^-?'J5oirm of- .water craft il«:*«^IMa| - atid modern . will fo*m & Iffffoi^^ expo- §f^i^^ *«WWfe Models by the score arc fetfMw*e4: ,Jit::' the -'transportation depart-duction ? ?^JS^^^ \\j«»J^e tlie ''ilajgrocmii and canals of B 5^M»^Vi«rk-' will fairly swarm With :':^v^ti»*^tfll^ized live exhibit The most M+c&B&stiMtttig, perhaps, is the reproduc- tion of the battleship Illinois, while the -^aort : curious are.the' walrus hide kyaks ^:-:«rfth Aleutian islanders. Venice has y Contributed of her gondolas, while the South Sea islanders have sent rude ::-*»Boesnmadc of a single log and hol- lowed out by turning with heated stones. With the beantiful sliver model, ^ costing thousands of dollars and repre- {• : mentipg ik& highest type of ocean ^ steamships, stands the reproduction of a Chinese Junk of the class that was a ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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