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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

i LARGE WITH A GUN. , sVjstlnier, the Michigan Murderer, Kg c«nc« from IVIann. JACKSOS, .Mien., March••27.—H, Irving Latimer, the Jackson matricide,4s at lib- erty and is armed with a rifle( He es- caped soon after 1 o'clock this morning, after drugging George W. Haight, who , had charge of the gate upstairs. Haight died at 3 .v. M. as a result of the poison. Capt. Gill, night keeper, is under arrest charged, with being Latimor's accom- plice. Latimer tried to release the pris- oners near hi8 own cell but failing, \"\"made bis own escape by way of the front gates. Latimer secured a rile and a quantity of ammunition before going, and will surely make a desperate resistance. Those who know him say there is not one chance in a thousand of ever taking him alive. There is the most intense excitement and hundreds of men are searching the city and surrounding country. Telegrams have been sent all over the state and it.seems impos- sible he can escape. Latimer has for some time occupied t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered al the second •e al Sturgeon. Bay, as fas matter. - PUBLISHED .WEEKLY BY P I N N E Y & 0 H E P A R D , Krtltor* and Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. SI.50 PER YEAR. SPECIAL NOTICK. All persons addressing communications,to tie DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always addrefs as follows: FINNEY & SHEl'Ailto, Publishers, Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON BAY, WIS., APR. 1, 1893 The County Judgeship. Something bus been said, and much, perhaps that we do not hear, on the subject of politics in the election for county judge. Our Republican friends weem to be afraid that Pjpty lines will be drawn, and they speak of it in tones of great deprecation. The fact is that the office of county judge is neither more nor less political, than any other county • office and there are neither more nor less reasons for dividing_ onpolitical lines in the election of judges, than in the ©lection of -other county officers. Ther...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 1 April 1893

The little boy's dress shown is alike back and front, and is closed betnnd with four visible buttons. The mate- rial used is pale blue flannel with a round-tucked yoke of the same goods, finished with two pinked rufles. The dress is made of straight breadths and is fastened to the yoke by three rows of gathers. Each row is trimmed with a pretty fancy stitch done in blue silk. It is lined at the top only, and has wide sleeves trimmed with pinked ruffles. In making a dress of any ordinary white material it should be remem- bered that white by itBelf is simple, and that made up by itself it should car- ry out this idea. Directly you desire to add an elaborate effect you must make the material very heavy and dignified Or striking as a very stiff brocade, or a heavy velvet. A gown of mere cash- mere in white means nothing if it is made in any but the most simple style, and it is the same with silk or crepe. You may attain elegance in white by a marked simplicity of cut and an addi- tion ...

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

IN fjije COUNTY. : Jili-HHiii tunw jit. imml, and un yul :. only »i Um in litu ii«M, Oinvjistrly, wljfisf! »it»rii! wo *io not .','ti' i o mention, «ponis to I* r hitting on pins, anil SM/lobig mm i\\iw tiilkbig fw the, M«t fo.w days, ••-IIK ISfttuiiulUlate for ti (Um otlUw au\\ .•. W« hojjfft lit- will g l t|i« \\Aiuiu, '.\"'. Kinkinc &•J„«M«!r« h.tv«fln u d l lin- Miwl foi? Hiiiv*'h«'«HH factory, . Forty-flvft f«l vviifi *|i«* liiijrtji I liny Hful it drilled, iitxl 11 gofHj ttiij'tply of water fan now \\)f, luul. •.'I'hr.f iriji».iip5«r«* of tins factory ox j«V!( a good run thj* «iottoi^r. W x- ' jH'Ct (liM'))'i^'' fniHinesrt will l one of Ilit* leading iiidiiHirios in I1M JWHV f 11- t u m W h o wHI l«uili| utiolhttr fw-ioryl' Tilt! town iHif{lll 'to |m ubli to Hti)i|ni IlilW! I'lu'rvr fitr'torW-h' u'itli «!»N 1J. j ' , t'ody, tin! wcdl'known ir'uvuling JIHtllt: t°U\\W'M\\\\t\\Hit, \"\" ' HitiJl.h \\V»ll»oo . Hliou Co., WUH in onv town (Saturday in ...

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

THEELECTION. Democrats Not in it to Any Great Extent. BOBT. NOBLE FOR CITY TREASURER \"WTen»el Shlmmel, Patsy Ryan and John yf{-'X'.'/ Simon for Aldermen. Following is the result of the election held in this city last Tuesday,, About 475 ballots were cast, which was quite a light vote, considering the interest which.was..manifested, during-.thb-dayr- ^Slaypr—L. Reichel (Rep.), 892. No opposition. City Clek—A N. Dier (Rep.), 29&| H. M. Knudson (Dem.), 121V iDoer^ •\"\"'majority, 171. . •.. •. {••'•••• :9^i:^'^0:l City Treasurer—Teliff: ISaini (Repvf 188 Robt. Noble (Deni ),-Mlif^blef V .'majority, 98. s • '\"' : : 7..} $M^}W?% City Attorney—Y. V. DreuizerXR^§ 247 G...W, Allen (Dem:) ^6-fijreiitze«| '•-•majority, 71.. '\"•'•• \" ... 'V Vf\\'7?7^JiS|? Assessor—Chrjs. LeonhardtT (Rep«||^fs^large 272 Chas. Stevenson (Dem K| !:l§t| ^\".Leonhardt's majority,,.91.•^'•::: i --:': v 7City Marshal—A. A. Minor-(ft|^j j 7 804 H. Fritschler (Dem.), i90i: :^inbjr 5 majority, 114. • . • »...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 April 1893

BADGER BREVITIES. JACK HYAK lost IHB nose during a fight i n a ealoon at Chippewa Falla. Fonrv children were confirmed at St. Faul's Lutheran Cnurch, Appleton, on Palm Sunday. EMORY BALDWIN shot a wild goose with a rifle ae a tlock flew over his\" reai- •dence at JanoBville. WILLIAM Tuuuiyjs, a farmer living mear Oreenwood, Jackson County, was kicked by a horse and seriously injured. Mis ekull was fractured and his nose 'broken. l « E. C. LLOYD,• of Janeaville, made a horseshoe of aluminum that weighabut a n ounce and a half. A steel shoe of the eame pattern weighs from six to seven ounces. AnciiiB TAYLOII, formerly of Apple- ton, was drowned while cro&sinn a mnall lake at Dun lap, la. H e broke through the ice anu sank before help «ould reach him. \\. -THE-Appleton. Republican city con- vention nominated by acclamation, for mayor, Thomas Pearson treasurer, M. •W. Uartcan aHBessor, J. F. Johnson at- torney, A. B. Whitman. TJII: public school at Milton baa been cto6e on account...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 April 1893

A .NOVEL WAIST. \"Here is a lovely idoajor a big puff vel- vet eleeve. I t is, in a way, on the plan of the \"washer-woman\" skirt we wore gome yeara ago. The upper part is of one shade of velvet, then the lower part of the puff is made as if the sleeves were doubled back 10 show a lining of another shade of velvet, or of satin. As a matter of fact the sleeve is often liter- ally turned back, and the edge on one side where it turns back is left open that all may see there is no sham about it. These are not the days for econo- mies, unless the mind is very firmly set to it. My sKetcb shows a very pretty arrangement for a plain decollett'e waist. The materials required are pale bine moire ribbon three inches wide, white silk illusion, and white lace six inches wide. A frame is first made, of two whalebones twelve inches lone and covered with white silk ribbons joined over the Bhoulders, with another simi- larly covered piece of whalebone eleven inches in length. The two points of the ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 April 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at th* pottofle* at Sturgeon Bay, at teeond (shut matter. PUBMSHED WEEKLY BY Pl^Nfe V & 8 H E P A R D , Editor* and Proprietor*. SUBSCRIPTION PRIOR. *1.50 f • * YRAft. SPECIAL NOTICK. All persona addressing communications t o the Dooa COCKTT DEMOCRAT, will please address the publishers and not the paper alone. Always address as follows: PIHNEY & SHBPARD, Publishers, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STURGEON BAY, WIS., APR. 8, 1893 Do Xou Know Now? Do you know now why a certain pa- per was so intent on having the railroad company iir«t locate its tracks in this city before asking the city council to grant them any privileges? Do you, know now why one-half of that last $0,000 granted the railroad company was fixed so as to become val- id when the road should reach the 4thinstructions, ward? Do you know now which paper will stand most firm for party candidate's. Do you know now why a certain indi- vidual, who has been deriding the rail- road company and its met...

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

v£X& '•'.\"••• •\"•i(4i«'Al\"'#.'liwrene*JBto«k Vara. Improvements are constantly being made at the A. VT. Lawrence Stock Farm, one of the latest being the decor- - ationof the interior of the horse barn. Paint, oil finish and colored window glass has transformed it into one of the finest establishments of the kind in the state, and Mr. Martin has reason to feel proud of it. Each horse has its owned private room, with the name tastefully printed on the door, and on each side of the large hall which runs through the barn one sees such inscriptions as, \"AlarClay 15,404,\" \"Brandy Boy, 2.20J,\" \"Duke VI.,\" etc., nine iri all, of the best . breeding stalions in the state. Farmers and others who desire to improve their breeds of horses for anyopurpose, draft, speed, or for the road, now have an ex- cellent opportunity to do so and at prices easily within their reach. Thunder (Snow) Storm. On Thursday the temperature' was ' quite low, and by evening it seemed very probable that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 April 1893

PINKEY &SSfe?At© . jPaWishers, tMff iron frame nvorfe,\"an,(T''(iiisIul(l'fo tli'6\" tile iavjjjiiC'iitinjhe^.faasei^i^teii^jtpriQg. Hamilton, the colored ex-preacher and convicted wife murderer, died in the electric chair to-day. , The death war- rant wYw read by Warden-Brown in the condemned man's cell at 10:')0 o'clock lsi'st night,' Hamilton pat on the bed and showed fome. signs of emotion when -the document was read. Car- lyle W. Harris, who. occupies cell No. 8, which is the second- cell from Hamilton's, was able to hear the read- ing of the warrant, lit showed no signs of being affected by what was going oh so near him and what may ho repeated in his case a week later. -Hamilton .shook hands with Warden Brown. when (,'reeden until 11 o'clock and then went due to bed. Dr. Irvine, the prison physician, j J.-mri, who saw him at that time, said ho showed no signs of breaking down and it was evident that his religious enthusi- i-,iiiwould keep him up until the fatal aoment.' ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 April 1893

CHAPTER OF CASUALTIES. .Lives T-ost by a Train Wreck, Itoiler Kx- .-••' plosion ami Fire. Ei\"w.\\ttDsyri.LK 111., April •.— terri- ble railroad accident occurred at :1 o'clock to-night- on the Jacksonville Southern Railroad, -about three miles south of Edwardsvilll', near Glen Ver- non, a mining villtiirt*. A local freight train, going south, and a passengerac- commodation going north collided, completely demolishing the freight train, both engines and one pass- sentier, car. Four men were killed and a • number of others se- riously injured. The accident is at- tributed to negligence on the jwitofthe local trainmen. A change oi time.was made yesterday, making' the passenger train fifteen minutes earlier than here- tofore. The freight conductor received, orders to side-track . here and wait for the passenger train to pass. He, how- ever, probably thought he could reach Glen Carbon \"in time and pulled out. The engines and freight cars are a mass of o.ld iron and wood heaped in one h...

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

••••.': MXisOW. BAY .-. The. village scluiol opened on Monday with Will Anderson sis teacher. Hugh Acker of Ahnapee occupies the position of filer in the mill at Garret •fey.•••,,'•'\"•••• \" , ' . * • There was a dance at Chas. Knchcrt's Jjall on Saturday night, and a liig time is reported by those who attended.. The channel in the Door ww free of ice on Monday for. the first time this spring.. Green Bay shows no sign of breaking up yet, however. Olo Christianson of Washington Harbpr passed through here on Tues- day, on his way to Milwankee^'Vhere he intends to ship on a schooner. Capt. Albert I eke is building a cheese- factory on his ground near the store. His son Lex, who. is now in the cheese business in Sheboygan county, will manage it for him the coming season. Miss Jennie Nugent, of Jackson port, spent Saturday and Sunday here. She was waiting for an opportunity, to cross to Washington Island, where she has been engaged lo teach the summer term in district No. 8. f . UNION. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 April 1893

STURGEON BAY , WIS., SATURDAY , APRI L 15 , 1893 . Gtissie Lawrance rides a new $115 bi- cyele7 purchased from Seotield &XDo.~— AN elegant new. line of gents'furnish- ing goods at A. W~Lawrence & Co.'s. Local dealers in wall paper are doing an excellent out-of-town business this spring. The terriffic wind and rain storm of Wednesday played havoc with the ice on Green Bav. Henry Jansen will occupy temporary quarters in the new Opera House Block on or before May 3rd. Wm. White, of Ahnapee, brought over a load of eight passengers from that city on Thursday. FRESH lime on hand at A. Sinion's. The new mayor and council entered upon their duties for the next twelve months on Tuesday evening, ° ':'..•. L. L. Dickie now has in his new goods, and his store presents a very attractive appearance indeed. High school examinations next ^eek, from Monday to Friday, inclusive. Pupils are requested to attend. ^ The insurance adjusters have settled with the owners of the Wagener build- ing, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 April 1893

PKOBAMX.Y THE XATTEK. Is it !tr when your.heart bents fierier • «•' \" Whenever the pair of yon mcot\" Is Move that when you passed her Yfijir chock-felt a sudtluU'htmkt? •Is it love if your virion trembles.','• And swiiu.v when you si:' one girl ? 3s it love t'.mt for you BIKJ itlesemfoleji . The dofmnt air of a churl'! . ' lx it•t'Hij'iil Unit onuses tht-se fci'lins? Is'it low*-—who'll answer the-riHestlon-?— Thci-f' throbbingmi'i whirlings an«,l reeling^ in it love—w just imitation ? • '—Ciiraijo J(ii-K-IUt.(ird. color, and the ruffle is pulled out so that the lining shows well.\" Bows set at short distances apart around a skirt, just above the edge, are woven together by !l. continuous- band of ribbon of another color that winds in and out from bow to bow. All sorts of vagaries in the way Of festooning and quilling and binding, ornament die foot of skirt1*. Fur is being used a great deal, even though spring is with us. FOK THKTAI.I . ANO SLENDER ~ Mftriej^irl I know haw a marv...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 April 1893

! BADGER BREVITIES. THE barn of William Finley, near Janesville, was dest.ro v'ed bv tire. Loss about $400. EVANGELIST WILLIAMS closed a very testimony Mas taken. Mr. Billiard ren- dered a derision of $7,584 in favor of the plaintiffs. - . \" W i s c o n s i n P e n s i o n s . T h e following pension s wer e grante d DOMESTIC ECONOMY. successful series of revival meetings at ! t o ^\\lsvonsni people: Racine. During the serivs of meetings ! Original—James Couch. Cornelius Dox there were overjOOO converts.\" i ^tcr, Milton Barry, A. L. Elliott.. Orrin • N«x to the lates t output for a single j & ^ f f i T ^ T ^ & M & week was the production last week of V7.Lathhop, John SeipoeuT Thomas .1. the Superior and Duluth mills, Superior } Ellsworth. Hezekiah Kilbv. Ambrose Alone turning out 49.018 barrels. j Pette, Wiliiam Johnston. Edward 11. Dock- -THE-Winnebano Paper MillCompanv- i--endorf, Jerenyah' McKrnney. 016 Svend- TOPICS O F INTEREST T O T H « FARMER A 5 S ' i B 5 9 5...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 April 1893

POOltfiOUNty DEMOCRAT. JSntered at the potto fflee at Sturgeon Bay, as second «(M* matter. . PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ' P I N N B Y * & S H E P A R D , Bdltbrn an d Proprietors, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 Pen YEAR. - •••'* SPKCIAL NOTICE. All persons addrcsHlnpc communications to the Doon COUNTY DEMOCRAT, will please address the publisher and not tl^e paper alone. Always addrexs as follows: *u PINNEY & SHKPAIID, I'ublishers. Sturgeon Hny, WlH. STURGEON BAY. WIS., APR.. 15. 1893 IT will be too bar! indeed, to npoil a prospective driveway by such an insig- nificant thing as a railroad. W H Y not let the city printing, as well as the position of city health officer and city physician to the lowest bidder.' JUDGE NEWMAN was elected Justice of the Supreme Court by a majority of more than 30,001) over his opponent, Judge Webb. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND will leaves Washington early on the morning of April 30th for Chicago, to open the World's Fair. Mrs. Cleveland will not accompany him. ON Tu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 April 1893

OUR 'GHURGflES. CONGREGATIONAL, Rev. A. A. Andrldge, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning at 10:45 Sabbath school at 12r00, Miss A. O. Jenkins, superintendent Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at 6:30, followed by evening services at 7:80. Prayer meeting at 7:30 each Wednesday evening Bible Normal Class every third Wednesday at 8 p. m. METHODIST. Rev. J . S. Xpli l'ustor. Regular '-church services: Sunday morning 10:45, Sabbath school immedi- ately following, Thos. Melville superin- tendent Epworth League (3:15, follow- ed by evening services at 7:30: prayer- meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30 class meeting Sunday morning at 10:00, led by Win. Buclian. ST.': JOSEPH'S CHl'KCH, Alphouse Itroeus, Hector. Regular Sunday services: Mass and instructions, 8 a. ..in. High Mass and sermon, 10:30 a. m. afternoon service, 3 p. m. Sunday school for country children, 9:30 a. m. for city children, 2 p. m. MORAVIAN, Rev. Sain Groenfeldt, 1'astor. Sunday School at 9:15 a. m. Service at 10:30 a. m. (Dani...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 April 1893

^ O B CODHTT DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY , W I S . KirNEY&SHEPAfiD - Publishers. FAIR BUILDINGS DAMAGED. The Wind-.Causes Considerable Loss on the! Exposition Grounds. _ CHICAGO, April 8.—All night, the inspectors of, the construction\" de- partmeut at the World's Fun-grounds piled about his body. made anxious tours , among t h e 1 The bodv of the i'ild man was drag - i ...*_• .... . . . , . ... . :..•,. a.'.. . , : . . „ , : . „ . „ . ) » : . . , . . DEAD IN HIS COTTAGE. Veteran Found Murdered'.Three Mii&sINorth • of Cedarburg1. • CEnAimi-RG, Wis., April 7.—John Sehlax, an old man residing at Kach- ler's Mills, a small settlement three and \\ a half miles north of.this city, wasmur- | dercd in his house at an early hour yes- terda y morning. His hou.se'was. dis-. | covered to he on fire by some of the neighbors and on going to the place I thev found Sehlax lying upon the kitchen floor. About him the lloor was burning and.heaps of coals had, been red WEST TO WDKK ALONE^~ Split i...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 April 1893

WISCONSIN NEWS, GEORGE RITTBB, a brakoman on the i Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul road j had his skull crushed wliile makinir a ' coupling at La Crosse. It is doubtful if i he will survive. AMANDA. STARK was arrested at La • Crosse oa it charge of larceny, She was I found guilty and lined $50, in default of S which she was sent to the county jail for • sixty days. i -.. A MAS giving his name as John Latter | t was arrested at La Crosse on V nharge ol vagrancy. When arrested he hau §180 m cash in his possession. .- • GEOBGK CKAWKOKD, a fireman on tbo I Wisconsin Central road, was terribly ~Scalded in an accident near Eau Claire. • He will recover. LKN LESSFID'S barn, in the town of ': Prairie du Chien, containing four horses ! and four cows, was-struct by lightning | and burned. j THE stage line between Marinette and ! Sturgeon Bay has been discontinued, the i ice being unsafe. j THERE is a merry election war at Upson, ! Ashland County Two separate ana dis-! tinct elections were ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 April 1893

IN THE GOUNTY. :.••=... . \" , : . UMON,-- .. Miss Mary Marsheck, teacher of the 'third district, spent Easter Sunday at summer business. the home of her parents in •Stevenson's Pier. ' . . ' ' ' ' The storm of wind and rain on Mon- day •evening, April 3d., spoiled the weather and defeated the Easter dances. ' School in the first district closed ..on Friday, April 7th, and the teacher re- turned to her home in the town of Brussels. ' ' . ., Mr. Jinnnie Pc.lagrin, of Duck Creek, Wis., who .made a somewhat lengthy vinit here with his relatives and many friends, .returned to his home on theloaded '4th i list. Clement Janqtiet, who ^worked in a lumber camp at Pembine, Wis., during the past winter came home recently, re- ports that on April 1st the snow was Chas. Reynolds is now repairing - his pile driver, preparatory to driving the necessary piles to get his dock in good order for the comitig'spring and EVEKVTHING on onr shelves is new, no old stock, our clearing sale was im- mense. Al...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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