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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 8 June 1893

Bow on the Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases, made by tfre Keystone Watch Case Com* pany, Philadelphiar It pro- tects theWatch from the pick- pocket, and prevents it from dropping^ Can only be had wit& ^ twthLtb^trad^inarki Sold, without extra ^•'M^^^b^^i^^^x^ '•M^--^0&^&aik^B^f^ • :-' 7 :: fr:iAM|yourfje^^erfor?pamr through : 5: :-S ' :' £ ^phiet ::br:^d: tb? ^kerSi:r. ^: . : | SHilllillll Have lustReceived a Large Assertmentbf ftLLiSTYLES AND PRICES/ TX) SUIT THE PURCHASER 1 Tn the Jewelry Line we also have an elegant line of In walnut and nickel. Also other novelties in the same line. .•' '•• , , W pri vvin close out last year's Hate at half Call at once and secure a good bargain. SHIMMEL1 SON, STURGEON BAY, - WIS. J. F . Headquarters for Crockery and New stock just received. Will sell cheaper than ever, and for cash only. Will pay the highest market price for eggs and butter.\" A full Hne of groceries always in stock. REMEMBER TH£ PLACE STROH'S BLOCK. JAMES R. MANN, Dea...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 8 June 1893

§|sftMSJ I * S$Ksl§ pf§8fS| problem of the rajah's ruby, he felt that the first step was to protect the_doctor and the two women agiainstthese Thugs, seeking^to do that without disarranging his own scheme, he decided that it was turn Of the peril of herself, her mistress ^ c w i m | ^ ^ ':XJorildIasMsS!^^ i a»cV::stHi^ :•••dbs^r$i^^ : - Lhe':u£iii^^ and |tU& ^ gaw aiiythifij^i^^^/^of^little ^ to his^ ownsettsevc^^ l^inpt ^ w a ^ too much so fot- a £ a distance of less - t l i a n ^ ^ fortunately ^1^0}^^^yemf^ta were MddenVby an i ^ theservantw«3|^ JLiyeriiwre fc6ia^^ Simpson Im^vher at a glance. Look- ing up^ at M m ' a ^ meant to s^ak^sh^turned aside a little frightened ^aadwb^d have moved past him at a fasterigait than before had he not inte^s^ ^Sj::':: i:'v^:: ''^ •.'•'. ••' ^ v \"Don't t alarmed, iriygood woman,\" said the rc^md iaced detective in his most reassuring t ^ e s r ''I have some- thing impo*tot^o say to you and will detain you but a moment.\" \"You have ho...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 8 June 1893

*sm?§ ftt&ftelSih^^ p^i^^ckeli ^ Siilfriifijotti^^ :*Hbw1ma\\^ *yA^ eo$r$^^ ^-*j»fin^he ifofh yBhfcuhio evi^iit^tf^!X:yyyyysX i. ^BS'*tU^^ He showed wellthe:dej»d^^ ' • '-He' »?ad»:th©mhvydu^eyo/ :: %::^kh . ^ h i c h $ ^ ^ ' * ! ^ But all your iwft(&vli^^:#^'-iwit-:'.te • • ^^'He^sable^der^ \"'Asgriin: aswa^toejC^rberuS''''y^^: ^ \" lfcatgua^^i He greets your warn* advances : Y \\? • \"Against theortlerSOf thebouseP'y-K.5 ' These'vror&s are what^u're toA4r :i Hespeaksnoword about theplay He's never seen one yet y , Whether the houseis full orndt^ \" Nojoy Wings, nbr^regret: The same expression night by night, : Ujpbn bis face is set. Then what islike a paradox,. •:'• This man of nerve so stout. If you'vea ticket, lets you in, Of this there is ho doubt . (Yet ready stands beside those bars To check you eqmlng outl J wonder, when the angels call, Jf he will pass that gate Or pariey, as the deadheads do, - And have to stand and wait Like those who gather to iJs gaze ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 8 June 1893

I 7 F ^ gi§^errj^^ $??*! • /d Svi^i^Ii^^!^]&<itoQo Breeders 88. ^ i r ^ e ^ e i i)por Co. Breeders,'•ft' I willjiay^25 in? premiums to owners of colts sir^djby^ourstallions the colfc? to be exlSi1jitg^.at:» the grounds of the IOO GOUNTjfsAQKICtTLTUltAL SOCIETY, during the 18&3 Fair, Viz: A LAR^MASTiUR., COLTS. Best Colt, :.v:^. . . . . .. .$10.00 2nd BesttCoit^.. ......... .$7*00 ^3rd Best C6Bi i.... ..... $5.00 4thBestiGoIt, v v. . . . . $ 3 . 0 0 MAPi.gTOiV* JR., COLTS. Best Colt, ^ . ^ . ^ . . . . . .. $10.00 2nd Best Colt* . . . . . . . . . . $7.00 3rd Best Colt* ,^v........ . .$5.00. 4th BestCJpltj \\ V....'. .. .. $3.00 BRANDY BOY, COLTS. Best coit*^ ^ v T .... .. $10.00 2ndBestCblt^. ,...•'..... . $7.00 3rd Best Colt, . . .• ..•.'.... J$5.00 4thBestcoit* :........:'.. $3.00 Judges to be appointed by the Society. Colts from our farm will not compete for above premiums To further assist in promoting and at the same time interest\" and compen- sate local horise ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 15 June 1893

H^KMI '\"'Jl? BB^WB^WWi^B merely compares the old piill-' vwifl occizuml^|Dugli|it6 'been rtiadeJloiigiag^f:'^ji Can only b£had With Jas, Boss j^illedand oth^rcasesistaittpHed with this trade marie*-- '\"•\"\"\" :\\.,: Askiypurjeweler^ ^ Keystone Watch Case Co., ' PhUadelphla. ? - nniMfi^OFTHF PAST WFFK tbe matter with enthusiasm^ and all the Programme For the SoldlersTIleii^ Fighter^ : Stier^ ^«»ei^^ ^I^MiLS soi Have Tust Received a Large Assortment of ALL STYLES AN© PRICES TO SUIT THE PURCHASER In tbe Jewelry Line we also have an elegant ' \" line of CLOCKS in walnut and nickel, the same line. Also other novelties In W pric will cl6se out last year's Hats at ball\" Call at once and secure a good bargain. i STURGEON BAY, - WIS. J.F. Headquarters for Crockery and Glassware. New stock just received. Will sell cheaper than ever, and for cash only. * Will pay the highest market price for. eggs and butter. A full line of groceries always in stock. REMEMBER THE PLACE. STROH'S BLOCK. ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 15 June 1893

-.,.J?9iw,.-.- .., , - pii VB^^^^^^^m^MSW^m^SSmmX^^m ^ t n m i l i ^ saun^ \" tered p^^: ^-J^e^ii^jii^^.dr^aile'- ftnd- wefe come Baqkf|Q v:^tet^M c • : , ? l : , ^^' s W c k l i q r a r i e s y b ^ th e evening Miss GKldter ^ d ^ i | s e ^ b o m e ^ e ^ t ^ was locked u ^ | a n d w ) u l d not be occu- ,_ pied until it passed in%a th e hands o f a new o \\ v ^ e ^ ' l $ ^ r t l i e l e s s a strange im- . ' pulse caused •.-$£&%:Manson to turn his 'tootsteps'' -^w^d'tthe ^ :Ibnely-- building gtanding among th e grove of trees on the outskirts of^thetown. The lam p . xo: front of the - gate cast a weak light for/^a short distance, being • .mMntained byy-theV:tb'virn' df Ellenville, which was obliged: t o keep it going every night unless.thenioqn wa s land enough to render i t tBohecessaryi The same impulse which caused Ma x Manson to saunter through the disagree- able night to this lonely spot led him si- lently to enter th e gate and approach the . building, which wa s invisibl...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 15 June 1893

ipl?Bo1il_^^ §£figw_u^'i^^ £ S w i S S h _ ^ u ) ^ ^ £®:^fe:__^&^ 'J^e^Mj^^-'pl^^ • S p ^ i s m p f ^ i ^ j - _ti_& i£ c&p^l#^ •( The courtiers ••'^fiil^ft'. Mdv'iii^*'-':-toW •?pfthe empire bowed?before her. '\\Vlid^er displeii$e&t^ra^ ^Bastiile, a^rison^wherett^yiftiib^pyoM^ tims bf her «tf b i ^ • fortuiiates v ^ ance or air epigram ore byi* ^ : c^less- wortj hadinsulted this ill-v^pQyrefeJfei-.wrifeii^': ,'^/ The king's s ^ 3?r(roce, was' the .q^y:?bnCwbj6:i^4':n^-'-^ \" knowledge her, Retiring, bat braver be possessed all t i e virtues that were entirely • •'voting.inVM^ should also do homage to tte i t e i ^ iriar- quise. Upon her was conferred the \"right of. the tabouret.\" This allowed her to sit on a red velvet tabouret next the king at • alLcdurtrbccairfohB. ^Tbe privilege had pre- VioiiMy been granted only to the ypnng processesandthe old duchesses. On onei occaBiqno great pomp the dauphin bad V shown his contempt lor her in so conspic-r nous a man...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 15 June 1893

MP\" igtlfllSl ,„,„„ . . . . . . ., E^BfeS^sBM -—'•-'.''V.-'-'^^^^ Twill p^i^!ia^|i^eihiums tcTowners of colts .sireij ^^ii^^tallipris the potts to be exhiT^i|^^|tHtt ^grounds of-the DOOR GouNri|i^^jjLTUriA:t SociKtr, during:the 'i||i||a^|vi5s: •••'. -Best.eoit lIf§' &s|::.:. , $10*00 ' 2nd Bes^Coi^i®v-:.\"..:.,,. .$71.00 3rd Best- :Gbi|p^---. ....'.'.. .-v^OO' 4th Be$t:c^£0M .'.:.:. . .,$3.oo: MA^tm^M^R..COLTB. Best Colt^M®* ^ . *:., $10*00 $nd..Best C o J & ^ S . . . . : . • $71.00 3rd Best GmfeB.©v,.:-. ..$^.00^ 4th Best •tiM0mB. ,. .. .$3jQO: ••' . BRAri^Mm:h::'6oist&.-'• ^.. Best C«fltp^f£ •%% : ..#.: $1O.O0: 2nd3est©6lp^v : i'/^ ...V. .\"$7.00 3rdBest • fiote^^ 1....:*, #5.6 4th'Best€Qft*'^^ Judges to be appoift£ed by the Society Colts frorii our'^iM will not compete for above preinitfm^ ^ /: Bs -v:: V:' '-•• To further assist in promoting and at the same time interest and compen- sate localhprse breeding, I have |.-5 To the DoorQoV Agricultural Society, \...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 22 June 1893

it is easy to ^ pocket^ :The :'^ief'.^«fe^j^6J'^at!^'::^*P\"c.P^«?^ hahd^ihe chain in the otKer a n d g i * e s a \"short/ quick j e r k r - t h e ' ring slips off th e watch stem/ and away goes the watch, leav- ing the victim only'the ^a^,- Vp^.^ - :\\:J::.^ This that little.game: The bow has a groove on each end. A collar runs down inside the pendant (stem) and fits into the grooves, firmly locking/ th e bow to the pendant, so that it cannot be pulled or twisted off. Sold by all'/watch dealers, without cost, on Jas. Boss Filled and other Ci.ses containing this trade m a r k - Ask your jeweler for pamphlet. Keystone\\VatchCase Co., PHILADELPHIA. R£¥NOEDS£UMBER COMPANY ASKED g. TO VACA^^HEIfl BOOM. s A Portion of the Upper Mill Property Has Been Porcha«ed by Marinette Parties.—It May Keeult I n I/Itigp*tien.—Various Oth- er I-ocal Matters. SHIMMELSSON Have Tust Received a Large Assortment of flats and Caps ALL STYLES _.NB PRICES TO SUIT THE PURCHASER I In the Jewelry Line we a...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 22 June 1893

Max Manson delicacy for: his friend by remarking :ft jnarlli|iM^ yi-|r#fttiiy^^ ft. -. \"3^?$^^ ' • niolttJ05i^ • ' -one .wiu^J^^ \"•-'. • •'ft -•ft M ^ ' M ^ ^ •-. peciring'jli^^ ' • himself,:.^]of£^ k protid i# ask |tini^pl^^^iibveri^bei^ •' • • ' tioti':might ]tei u%\"^^ \"-'ft • ftft' . • 'It seems {|6 r:&«$?rjcttii^mued Mansori* ^tlrnt there ^ ^ f c ^ ^ ' - ishing: this ] ^ ivy -^C- •Â«'For^hlt^?u^g||^V -. ••... ': -'••- :^: ' 'Fo steal^^^ $ ^ causing the de^sttt b^fMws Livermore.\" •-. • . ''H&wdbj^hmam^dJd \"I don't Tinder|ta^^ we just seen &©ig£itf^ '\"Yes,-inthe ^aseMdori of him and an- other persony h ^ ^hat -proof have we that either of the^js|blelit?'^ \"What etronge^proof can be askedf Who is that yoxtng man with the doc-' tor?\" abruptly inhered Manson. \"I never saw fi^ before tonight, but it is evident that'the two are intimate friends.\" . - : yft:ftftftftft \"Yes, they are-plotterstogether they have stoleniheinaby from the dead hidy, or rather the o...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 22 June 1893

|||||ip^ ^:Benditn:'y|b^ Insjprliig, t h o u g p b ] | ^ iWititfnniy,b*ai|!^^ • Shall stand togetlior by %he'^: vv-X/:,XX: • —Ida l»Ck^W^ New York Stubug II ^:ffiEG^B^SfST|lfl J ^ wbysical o X^^enXb^ fcher, a\"\\di^agiQ^hed\" begging letter - lift* postor, said to me, ^Reginald* I think it i s time that you began to think about choos- ing a profession.\" . . •Thesei were 'ominous^ords. Since I left Eton, nearly: a. year before, 1 had spent my timei. very pleasantly and very idly, and/I yras sbrryto seeniylong hcrtidaydewing to a close. :\\ My father had hp^e4 to hjave sehtr me to Cambridge ^ tradition in bur family), but busineWhad^ fceen very depressed r htte, and a sentence of siit nipnths^hard^ la^rh^^nsiderably -str&itehea' my poor father's resources. 7 It was neqessOTy-^highly necessary—-that I should choose- a.calling. Wtfrasigh of resignationT admitted asmjuehX \"If you like,\" said my father,, \"I'll take you in hand and teach you my profession, and In a few years perha...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 22 June 1893

...SSSPS^^^^^lSi , •, iMMRtililffilni I will pay$2^ia ^remiiirns to owncra of colts sirefeby ou^ the colts „to be exhibited ^^lia? grountls of the DOOR COUNT* AGRicttfiyuAL SOCIETY during the lSOS^air, yiz: ALARCidM0k^COLTS Best c i 6 i t , : ^ i ^ - £ _ _ : / / . v / . $ i $ W 2nd Best Golt^v.. .,:..,'. . $7.0 0 3rd Best C b l ^ v . . . . . . $ 5 . 0 0 4th Best Col^v:^v . . .. $3.0 0 MAPLEftiM^B^bbLTS. Best Colt . ^ w0^ i ... . .v. $10.0 0 2nd Best Colt*'%*&&'.vvA. .$7.00 3rd Be8t C6i^S0^.:.i:V. . $5.t 4th Best Colt,: M^Q , . ... .$3.00 . BRAMbYMQ^^ObLTS. • Best coit, .v: C ^^S:Sw : ..^ $io.oo 2nd Best C o i t i S ^ a ^...'. .$7.00 3rd Best Coi%lif&$£L.... .$5.00 4th Best Coltif ^|i||.v. : .v. / .$3.0O judges to be appointedI by the Society. Colts from our faniilwill not compete for above premiums, i7S To further assist in'prompting and at the same time interest and compen- sate local horse breeding, I have * GUARANTEED On e flimflriiollars! ASSISTANCE To the Door Co....

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

:VO£tJMErX3^ BTUKGECM* B A Y , WI&.* :*HTJK8I)^I^-JT^N E : 20, 1S93. .'NUMBER 30. OLOlETERANS CELEBRATE THEY WERE WELL PLEASED WITH THEI^REATMENT HERE. . The Attendance Not Quite as Larg4 as Had Been Anticipated, bu t Everybody Had a •'. '• :'-.Flrat. Class Tiuie.—Next' Batuilon to be Held at Green Bay. . The second annual reunion of the Peti : insular Veterans'Association has come and gone, and it is stated by all of the old vet- erans and uienibers of their families who participated in the festivities, that the oc- casion was one of the most thoroughly en- joyable affairs of the kind that they ever experienced. Although the attendance was not quite as large as had been antici- pated, about four hundred people from various parts of this and adjoining coun- ties made, this city their home during the two days of the reunion, and our streets during that time presented a truly metro- politan appearance, being crowded with people from morning till night. The weather was all that co...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

|tft#f|^'feSd ^ ^ K K ^ K ^ l n ^ rhythmic ^^^'^^'••''^sweep^x^^ ^ ^ :'v.:.'Wke#Mte: p^ §:&*#\"'* An^reelUig tempests'.sraye^arifls lightning* e^i-v'^^C'\" A :V\"gl$irti:)i'i^ ^v*V:':iti''' ?-VvS:-/- ''-'?'^V-':: •. '^-••••.• & j: ?.::. U.\\^d sea! a\\g1iaetljf' harvest thou dost reap '•'?': XriM'^'-^•.^'4M«'WaiUng/,iriy*i-''and• mothers watch ^ :V '^ -'^i v- :' and weep,'.-.,: -:,:-v- ', •^•\"• : ': :.'• ••':.,. £•' •-'io'i- vVAnd\"yet-thy lovers deem thee debonair. •'.''/.° vV.-'f —L. H . Foote in Californian. ••' HIS1EYEN6E. ... . .^Fy^MSs'S. : *\\A handy contrivance—that steam:steer- ing gear, Isn't It? All that we have above deck is a Httle bit of a 8-foot wheel that you can move with one finger, just a handy contrivance, in fact, for opening and shuf ting a steam valve. Below are a pair of small engines and some natty dodges for governing them. They move a drum, and round the drum is the chain working the quadrant on the rubber head. \"There's a bit of an index fin...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

C0PY«H«HT1893.BYAMEK»CANPRE5 ASSN. Q *f3?es, sir I was at home,\" she replied safter.a mOment'a hesitation. \"Did you see anything of the bur- sar?\" V'..-:-V:-. ••,\"..•.••• •' ''Mercy, no! If I had, I never would •have lived.\" •• .«. \"Yes, you w.ould. You are a braver girl than you give yourself credit for. Did you hear anything of the burglar?\" \"Yes I heard some 6trange noises in ••the night* which must have been made, by him.\" '•'And you found your miatreesin a de- plorable state—very much frightened and distressed because of the visit oftthe burglar?\" \"Yes, indeedy. I never seen her so bad.\" \"And you made all hasteforDr. Maid- hoff, who is your family physician?\" \"Yes, I went as fast as nay legs could carry me.\" \"Did he come at once?\". \"He was there in a few minutes and did all he could for her.'\" \"But was unable to save her?\" Instead of making a direct answer to this question, Martha said: \"Dr. Maidhoff- has been our doctor for a good many years, and of ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

w^^^^^^m nnsss &Sfe'?jf::S'F--'---\" ' — — J — • - . — — ... . ...» :io1neYear£^: KBuf Mouths^ . * . : r ,Vf * •'. .v. x *D •: «B£ie fl^e*, Y-:':v^ Advertisli^rates furnished upon appUcaUon #n*«r«f at ihǤiii^ainaturOtohBaj/t WU. * •':.•'•• ••••-. ::':'\"J*'. mafur. \" STITRGBON BAY, WIS., JUNB|».H»S^ :Ji»&*JfcV:pEJ&^^^ :.Vv Thin weekTHE 'DBHOOBJUP farpresented to its \"realere in a hew and enlarged form. Hereafter the paper wilt Consist-o£ eight pages, five coluras to the page, this enab- Hng us to give ai much greater amount of readfng matter in each issue. The paper will also be neatly pasted and cat enabling the reader to get at its contents without being obliged to fold and unfold it half a ' dozen or more times. As heretofore we shall endeavor each week tojflve our read- ers all the local newB of the city and coun- ty, and it will be our constant aim to make THE DEMOCRAT second to no other paper in the city in this respect. We desire to thank our friend...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

||ipntg j|ia|| affprds anytocodleht b^rtMnjity for the jifck-^ocket to get j^urlwatch» If you would be proof against his skill, be sun that the boAr^ TI1I5 woriderftal bow i&niowfittedto tho which ^is^jnade of two plates of gold soldered to^^pjate of composition metal. Look equally as^ell as solid gold cases, and cost about half^as much. Guaranteed t o wear 20 years. Always look for this trade mark.^w None genuine without it.^^s. wgar • Sold only through watch dealers.^w Ask any jeweler for pamphlet offend to the manufacturers. N KeystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. LAKEANDBAY Arrivals aiid Departnrea. Vessels passing through' the canal for the week ending June 23: ' v June 2S5nd. Down: » . A. Seymour, jr.,3. W. Wright', Ludinirton, H. A. Root, Albert So- por, J..C. Perrett and consorts, M. Lutz, C J. Magill.Trank Woods. Dp: M. Johnson, Lud- inirton. Butcher Boy, Mary Mills, Guide. P. H. Williams, Waleska, R. Mot*. E. G. Crosby and scow, H. A. Hoot, O. B. Parks. O. Newhouse. ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

•Mpmip_!migi mm* |t||||g§^ §g|p9M$idta^^ ftllt^^l^PT^ i§ISw# i .is^^ the SII : Â¥ ^ *^fH''&e : otoer W ith a to0,000fWlary:iHl X^- th*D^ |i :'' : Sifj * ^ ^91*: tnep,and women -: striving to be fli# K^wpted '*•Â» ft mistakethatall our educational 11 • • ^ ^ ' ^ SP\". :i-:\" development.:, The close and sympathetic :0:!M : conjttec^j6n between-the,brain and stomach S^^ .''V\"vi_'also recognized. As the :fprmer'deyel-\\ •3^^:^opa:the latter becomes more exacting, and $i'\"••: Ir-- ] to his position on the accepted line of ad*r - Plain cooking that only serves the pri- mary purpose of assuaging hanger and -i.-:\".''.:.*4j||iliii'g.upV. no longer satisfies the average American, while it is absolutely repugnant • ' . to the highly cultivated palate of the spe- cie-*. These facts are open to observation, yet the peopleof this country leavethegold- en field of Industry almost unuoticed. It requires education to be a good cook. The mere mechanism of the employments but a small fracti...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

'WsmM £ffi| RQMANTICS0LD!i6R^RiEFTO &\"etNERAL JOHN.F REFOLDS S • |fl« V H W « 1 I Born »n0 W«U Bred, nodeiit. V' Wt EbeiveUe—BrlUlM^ DMd« In Mexh «o Had In th« VtrcinU BkttlM—Named .'•.For General In.Clrie:t. ::-v- tC3»lrrt«ht iWJ, by American Press Associa- tion. Book rJahts reserved.]- REYNOLDS'career was a poem from .beginning to tind— f r p ^ his c a d e t days to the hour of his tragic death , in Mc\"Rherso.ia's woods, at Gettys- burg. * It would not be at all far- fetched to make him the hero of a lofty war epio, tracing his devel- $ opment from a * gentle, well bred youth of noble mien through his tutelage as a sol- dier, earning spurs under g a l l a n t chieftains u n t i l the hour called him to rally his clansmen, go forth to meet the enemy, and, driven back to his native heath, die a martyr to victory. Un- like that of most all battlefield martyrs, bis loss does uotseem to have been wholly a sacrifice.' He had risen to the top. Certain peculiarities of his...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 29 June 1893

ALAR CLAY, JR., T5404. ^8IRiHATtlt8M2:19». 1 Service Fee, Door. Co. Breeder*, 925. GEO. BRAGF/ELD, 16644. BRED FOR OKEAT BROOD MARE SIRE. - ' gervive jb'ec*. Job Go. Oreedersf925. HANNiS.JR.,4393. BY HANKiS 821, RACE RECORD 2:17*. Service Fee Door Co. Breeder*, 925. BRANDY BOY. • RACE RECORD, 2:20'4. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, S) 5. MAPLETON, JR. HAMBLETQNIAN AND M0R6AN. Service Fee,* Door Co. Breeder*, SIS. DICTOM, Grandson Dictator il3. SIRE JAY EYE SEE, 2:06^. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeders, 915. DUKE VI, 9213. IMPORTED PURE«3RED 8HIRE. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*, Via. GRAY GEORGE. RACE RECO.nD 2:42H. Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*. 138. SCOTCH CLAY. IMPORTED SHETLAND, Service Fee, Door Co. Breeder*. Oft. j ^ l n e Ent«rtolnment G i v e V ^ ' ^ ^ I B U S M ^ ^ blgb school -are being beld during tbe . bi : $* bia^i^bi^te :, ,:^gatjon$cifcu£b^^ dridge. '^/:^ge '^^ tbe^hur^b^jbei^ for.tfceoccMfo^^ • J' On' We.diii|jsj e gave a tbea'tricaleatertalnuieat, the pro- ceeds o...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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