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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 June 1895

:Pp6B:€?Q-KWgB^ . ' • w'^ ) S T U R G E O N BAY , W I S . ti.PIHHEY PRINTING CO./ - -Publishers. THEY WANT TO SELL. *-eeal Steps Taken at Chlcaero to R e c r e a t e a n d Rebuil d t h e W h i s k y T r u s t . Chicago, III., Jun o 18.—In Judg e Sho- Wttltcr's court t o d a y the reorganization --.committee of the Distilling a n d . Cattle Feeding company took the first steps to recreating and rebuilding the whisky trust w h i c h t h e Supreme court of Illinois la*»t week deprived of charter riphts. Pur»nant to a determination to hasten the judicial Hale of .the trai t property, the reorganization eummitloe summoned to ita relief an officer of the United States court, Iiccciver MeNuItn. This official, through his attorney, J. J. Horrick, pre- sented a petition rehearsing his appoint- ment to office and the miaous why ho, considered the sale not alone judicious but necessary. In this petition Receiver MeNulta mad* admission* contrary to his previous statement!* concerning the ox- ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 June 1895

3 O O R C O U 3 S . T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , J U X E 3 2 , 1 8 0 5 . ' C H A P T E R XrV-(Coi)tinned.) T h e s e questions w e r e answere d Dy a second letter from t h e couut. dated :n May, 1882. a n d addressed to Mr. l,acroix, am i by the posteript of a let- ter of about the s a m e date, written in German , though from Paris , a n d addressed to Steiuhardt. T h e count's, letter excused him to his 'd'ear uncle\" from paying his promised visit h e wa s too ill to thin k of leaving France . T h e letter to Steinhiu-dt. w a s evi- ientl y from a compatriot. It w a s mainly about business affairs its matte r of interest to u s w a s squeezd into a corner: \" S o u ask me about the Count Lacroix. I lear n he is still busy killing himself w i t h a b sinthe. \" Lastly, c a m e the mos t asiouishlng communication of all. I t w a s date d several month s later, in the Novem- ber, I think, of. 1SS2. It w a s from a Paris lawyer, w h o apparentl y ha d th e...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 June 1895

lOO COUNTV IEMOCKAT STUKGEOX BAIT, WI».^ J t l S E 22 , 18»5 . D0OR fiOUNTy DEMOCRAT. Xnteretiat the Pint • Office '.tit Sturgeon Bay a* second cliM tnatkr. J . P a l l s h c d e v e r y S a t u r d a y b y t h e j . 1»13JNKY PKIKTINO' CO. J. J. PINNEY, President. G.W.ALLEN, Nec.rfdaty. S U B S C R I P T I O N P R I C E , $ 1 . 5 0 P E R Y E A R . STURGEON HAY, WIS., JUNE 22. EDITORIAL. \"You say you don't.know what's iho matter with the man,\" said the young college graduate, \"and I'm sure I don't. Whftt'U wo dor' 'i)o'.'1'said the fash- ionable physician, firmly, \"why, we'll operate on him for appendicitis, of isoursc.\"—7V«w»' Hr.rahl. T r a d e . For the first nine months of present fis- cal year the imports of the United States were $54,000,000 more, and the exports $87,000,000. more, than for the .same period the preceding year. Our wheat, corn, .barley and meats helped to make up this $33.000.000\" excess \"of exports: which goes to show what a \"tariff for revenue onl...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 June 1895

D O O l t C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U K G E O N B A Y , W I S . , J U N E 12£, 18iK Awarded Highest Honors—World's DR vwctFair, 'T CREAM BAKING POWDIB MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frej from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 4 0 YEARS THE STANDARD. j evening of July ith the afternoon. and at Hemirieits Hull in j ' his class about 'the'same result can ,. ' ' ' j bo expected as from arac e horse, •prize Mr. and Mrs. Boxer Eatoiieb, Mr. and Mrs. j lighter, or base•biiU cltib under similar Gus.Pfeitcr. Mr. anil.Mrs. Carl Hvndriek auil „•'...1,1,,.,f„,,(,i4, Miss Anna Hencirid wein to Sturgeon-Bay t l * i ^ H 1 M , l m \\ ! V • • , . ' • . . Sunday night to take in the excursion the next f he extension of the civi I service rules (la \" I to employees of rite G o v e r n m e n t I'riut- lixteaslve. preparations are betas made tor 1 i'2 Offices, m o r e . t h a n ' t w o thousand ill a rourthof July ceiehnmem. Them will be number, which ha s been oi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 June 1895

.DOORCOtrNTYBEM^ liiES Hystericus Cutting of Animals Around Plymouth at Last Cleared Up. CHARLES KEUPER CONVICTED. Farmers Have Been Baffled for the Past Seven Years—Newsy State Specials. . P l y m o u t h , \\Vi».. J u n e I S . — [ S p e c i a l . ] — T h e lriul o f Charle s Kcuper , w h i c h w a s toegun in this city Halm-day, closed at 1 2 o'clock lust night. Police J u s t i c e *)«\"W.'t, before w h o m the trial w a s 1K'I1 liecided tha t Keuper'\" w a s guilty . T h e « «K w a s p r o m p t l y a p p e a l e d to 'the circuit court. D i s t r i c t A t t o r n e y Cole W,I S as- s i s t e d by A t t o r n e y MeMwid , whil e Sen - a t o r Phtilen of S h e b o y g a n appeared for t h e defense . T h e trial Ims-attracte d a great deal of a t t e n t i o n . L y c e u m hall, w h e n - tin*• trial w a s hold, has been packe d with spectator s •eager to hear the testimony . K e u p e r w a s arrested' « w e e k ag o Sunday- on sim- pleton of being on e of the pei-Smut i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 June 1895

DOOR C O i m T Y BEMOCKAT, STUBGEON BAT, WIS., JUN E 22, 1895. Fou l breatii is a discourager of af- fection. I t is al- way s aft indication of poor health ^ . _ b a d digestion. -•\"*.'. C T b a d digestion L L traceable almost all rliiitnan ills. I t is ftlie starting point of m a n y very ser- ious m a l a d i e s . Upon i h e healthy action of th e diges- . . _ l i v e organs, th e blood depends for its richness a n d puritj'. I f digestion stops, poisonous matte r ac- cumulates an d is forced into th e blood -—there is n o place else for it to go. T h e bad breat h is a danger signal. \"Look out for i t ! If you have it, or an y other syniptoin of indigestion, t a k e a bottle or two of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I t will straighten out the trouble, m a k e you r Wood pur e an d healthy an d full of nu- trimen t for t h e tissues. B l i s s f u l I g n o r a n c e . A little colored boy was lying quite sick recently in Thoraaeville, Ga. v when a good woman with mis...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 June 1895

tfOQIt COU&TY i i £ M f l G R ^ ^ ^ : JU3fE: -22, li89S. : BUSINESS MRECTORY H::^:$^Mttwtt firm$ and • Establishments of Gitu and County. ':'. v v \" A T T O B N E Y - A T - i i A W . : ' Collections a Specialty. Office over the Mer- chant* Exchange Bank. STUHGKO.V BAY, JVrS. V ATTORKEY-AT«tAW. Office over Kelehel's drug store, Cedar Street. .: C^-. ollfjctions » s|)efluJii'. '. STURGEON BAY, WIS. * A T T O R N K Y - A T - L A W . Collections made, and all.m'anw.r of Lesral Business promptly intended to. -Officeon 8*. John. Street, opposite the First National Hotel. ~—~-.~ • • KTEKOEON HAY, WIS. T I O T K i . TRKSIONT, . \"•• . - t i HEII.MAN .« JOHNSON, Fropg. TEiss hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very bestot accommodation* for the traveling public. Hot ant! cold water baths. First-class sample rooms. EVee \"bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates «1.00 and fl.fiO per day. ~ STOBGEON' BAY, WIS. \\ 7 E t n i O N T HOTEE, * VAN MU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 June 1895

^^^^^^S^^P^^^^^ pfpggpgn VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1895. NO. 23, 6.6REISEN Thi s is th e rusult of a late invoice from o u r N e w Y o r k House—Figure s for close cash buyer s t o study— H e r e is w h e r e beauty and service ar e combine d an d qualit y an d price ar e on*frieiidlv t e n u s . STOCK INVITES. PRICES INTEREST. METHODS SATISFY. HA NDKERCHIEFS. Childre n T u r k e y Re d 2 C Ladie s Plain W h i t e -3 C Bordere d 3 C \" Fine H e m Stitched 5 C Fin e E m b r o i d e r e d . . 1 0 , 1 5 , 2 5 C Men s W h i t e all P u r e Linen . JQC \" Fine T h r e a d all P u r e L i n e n . 1 5 0 \" L a r g e T u r k e y Red . . 5 0 Larg e D a r k Blue white d o t . .5G LADIES VESTS. Half Sleeve Jersey , only Finest E g y p t i a n Cotton Half Sleeve wort h 35, only BATHING SUITS. M e n s Youth s LOCAL. T h e base ball club gives a n excursion to K e w a u n e e to-morrow , Sunday . N e w potatoes, from th e southern states a r e offered b v th e local groeer v ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 June 1895

Boon cptwTT BkHockiT,iSKtoriGSoNvkr, ^wis.,icMi^isbs/ IOOBCODHTY DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS, J . J. PINNEY PRINTING CO., - - Publishers, PLOT AGAINST HAWAII. SAMSBBBY SEIECTED. T h e M a r q u i s will T a k e U p t h e T a s k o f F o r m l n i r a N e w M i n i s t r y . . London, Jun e 24.—The Marquis of Sal- tebury conferred this morning with theTtt. Hon. A. J. Balfour, the Conservative leader in the House of Commons: the Duke of Devonshire, the Unionist leader in the House of Lords, and with lit. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, the Unionist leader in the House of Commons, nt his bouse la London and proceeded to Windsor nt 1:K0 p. in., in reply to the summons of the Queen, following the resignation of the Kosebery ministry. I t is officially announced tha t the Mar- aqis of Salisbury ha s accepted the task of forming a new cabinet. The cabinet crisis continues to absorb the attention of the dubs, etc., and the best-informed speculations regarding the cabinet agree in the belief that«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 June 1895

BOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STIJRGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE. 20, 1895, v T H E O I H E ^ S E . 'Sweet little maid with winrjouie eyes That huigli all day t h o u g h the tailzied hair. ' Oar.ing with baby looks so wise Over tin arm o r the oaken chair Dearer.than, yon Is none to me, ' Dearer than you there can be noue Since in your laughing face I \"see ijr'yi's that toll of another one. Here where the firelight.softly glows. Sheltered and safe and sung and warm, \"What to you is the wind that blows. Driving the sleet of the winter storm? Round your head the ruddy light . CJllut.s on the gold from your tresses spun, Xltit deep is (he drifting snow tonight Over the head of the other one. Ho'rt me close as you sagely stand. Watching the dying embers shine 'Then Ahull I feel another hand That nestled once in this hand of mine l'oor little hand, so cold and chill. Shut from the light of stars and sun, Clasping the-withered roses still That hide the face of the bleeping one. \"Laugh. JHtle maid, whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 June 1895

lOO tXHJNTV »EMO ''Mnterea'pi^hi PottQfflct at: Siiirgioti Say as second clau matter. \\ l?«H*Hed every Saturday by the J. J.IHNEY : PRIKTmG CO. J. J, PlNWEY, President. G.W.AUEN, Secretary. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 31.50 PBR YEAR. STUROEoF^AY, WIS., JUNE 20. EPITORlflL, WB^nWish elsewheve a good letter from our correspondent at Little Stur- geon on the subject of a county fair. It is a subject of some importance to both city and county, and our corres- pondent comes at the matter in about the right way. We should like to hear from others on the subject. There is not much time to lose, and if anything is to be done, those accustomed to act in such matters, or others interested, should get to work soon. \"AUK the peopl'o to imdorstntHl thut in the event UanioH' nmlwctlon lie will {Mint on re- (toeing ttin width of ttin ciniul to twenty feot'r\" —Advocate, Srjpt. is IStlf. The $20,000 appropriation, secured by Mr. Harries for \"reducing the width of the canal to twenty feel,\" is about t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 June 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCKAT, STUKGEOX BAY, WIS., JUNE 29 , 18«5. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair, DR was recent!}- made supremely happy by the ar- rival of a hbuucing baby boy. Mr. and Mrs.\" Henry Sarsent. oi this place, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, in Sevastopol, on Sunday last. Road commissioner Jos. Clark, has about completed this season's work on the highways. Some very good work has been done. Miss Maggie Sargent, of this place, who has parts of tho county about the proposed county fair. It is now time thai definite steps lie taken in order to bring, about success. There is no reason why Door County cannot excel in au exhibition oi farm products. It is said, on good authority, that the hay the required bonds,'the same be approved by the mayor. To-wit: Jacob Leoimardt, Chris iLeorihardt, Nels An- derson. Marcus Mocllcr. J . A. PcUner, John ii»n t-.rsoii. A. Hoppe. Geo. Mainz. Henry Pes- been residing st Meuoiniuee, Alieh.Ifor some rtt?cs not wholly res'ulatc the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 June 1895

• p f r O B ^ O T O i ^ Kenosha Residents Enter a Vig- ? droiia Protest Against Any Racing Scheme. MAYtfRTARR SPEAKS HIS MIND \"The Driving Park Cannot be Leased fay Hankins at Any P r i c e - State Specials. — Kenosha, Wis., June 25.—[Special. J~- Th e report published broadcast to the effect that George B. Hattkins of Chicago w a s to establish a raw* course here is without any foundation whatever, further than ihe fact that a representative of Sir. filankins wfw here looking for a location, wit wu.s promptly \"passed along\" and re- ceived 'nothing but rebuff. Mayor 1''IIIT Kays: \"'I had no such in* Sicre erview, 1 n'm opimscd. to their coming or in the slate, f would not have them at any price, and from what I'-can learn of them they are not desirable, 1 tvonbl be in favor of organizing a com'., p n y to run them out if they ever c-omo here.\" .The name, of Bernard nichcltiinu was alwu .used in the report. He suys be never wax a sporting man and never authorized any interview. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 June 1895

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., JUNE 29, 1S03. THE GUMAKER OF 1LI0K. JEFFERSON M. CLOUGH RE- FUSES A TEMPTING OFFER FROM THE CHINESE i- GOVERNMENT. Hi g H e a l t h W a s Too P o o r t o P s r m i t ' A t t e n t i o n t o Business—A G r e a t Sufferer fo r M a n y T e a r s , b u t H a s N o w R e c o v e r e d . {From the Springfield. Mass.. Union.) ' There isn't a gun manufacturer in th e United States who does no t know Jeffer- son M. Clottgh, and why V Because h e ha s been intimately associated all his life with th e development of th e tw o best -American rifles, th e Remington an d Win- chester. F o r years h e wa s superintend- ent of th e E . Remington & Sons' great factory a t Dion, N . Y. After leaving there he refused a tempting offer of the Chinese Government to go to China to superintend their Government factories-^and accept- ed instead th e superintendency of th e Winchester-Arms Co., a t New Haven, a t a salary of $7,500 a year. I t wa s after this lo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 June 1895

•T BUSINESS DIRECTORY ()l teddlna Rrms anf! &Btabli$hm6nts of City and County. » r. co»v, • Collections a specialty. Office over th e Mer- chants Exchange Bank- S T U R G E O N HAY, WIS . T « f I L t f A M H . 8 W K E N K Y , £ EY-AT-LAW. Oftlcc over Reicliel's drug storo, Cedar Street. ' K g r o i l c e t t o n s a specialty. STUKOKO N «AY WIS . « 51. SlcXAlXY' , ' ATTORSKy-AT-LAW. Collections made, and oil manner of l^ipM Business promptly attended to. Office on Si . John Street, opposite the First National Hotel, S'i'UKOKON BAY, WIS . ATTOttSEV-AT-I.A\\V.- Notary Public, Heal Rstatfc. Collection At?t:ney. SeliimrTicKfts, ntui Vnyltm Taxe s for No» - Hestdcnts, Orutviiw Heeds. Morttrusc.-a, •Last Wills. Vests*! Mortco.Ki'!' ami KHlNof Sale also Marine Protests unci otter \"Notary Uusincss correct and cheap. I f A I t K V S UAllUQU. WIS . 1*AY MIOIU mn'v.L, •L* Al ,J. FI5IXNKK , 1'rop, • r'lr.st Class accommodations for mar arid beaut, A jjooil-(\"iimpitj room connected ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 July 1895

mM?::mr: ^O-^tj® VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1895. NO. 24. 6.GREISEN. The liberal patronage \"which the peo- ple bestowed upon us before the glorious fourth has about exhausted our slock in some Hues. Others ueed still further reductions to move them—hence this cut in prices. CAPES. Sold at $?.o0 will go at. . Sold at $8.00 will go at Sold at $6.00 will go at..... . Sold at $3.50 will go at. $5.50 $6.00 $4.50 $2.50 LOCf\\L . TRIMMED HATS. Only a few left—33& per cent, dis- count from original prices. C CH ALLIES. All of our 5c Challies for this month.4C Good washable goods. SHOES. S ladies The board of review met last Monday and adjourned for two weeks. Quito a number of people from this city spent the fourth at Marinette and Menominee. 1ST. S. Washburn & Co. have complet- ed -a new barn on the planing mill' premises for the accommodation of their delivery teams. One hundred and twenty persons from this city attended the base' ball excursion to Kewaunee la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 July 1895

BOogXyWSTY DEMOCBAT, ^Ttl^m^Rii^^lB. , 31^^ 189^ BOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT STURGEON BAY, WIS. l J, mm fMIlM CO,, - - Publishers. CASTLE TURNED DOWN. T h e S e n a t e a t H o n o l u l u D e c l i n e s t o S e n d Hlrri t o W a s h i n g - • • . • ' t o n . San Francisco, Cul„ July 1.—The etedmor Australia from Honolulu, arrived today with tlie following ndviewi, dated Honolulu, June 24: \"On the 20th inst. the Senate met and endorsed nil th e ui-pointments made by President Dole with the exception of W . R, Castle as minister to the United States. Th e opposition to Castle wa s : headed ' by Scaato McCaudlass. Th e •nutter was finally referred to the commit- tee on foreign affairs. Although the com- mittee has not made its report it is nnder- jstood it-will recommend Castle's confirma- tion. I n the event of adverse action by the Senate, Frank Hasting* will not like- ly In- named a» minister. The probability is F . A. Hosinor will be chosen. H e is president of Ouhu college and wiimi ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 July 1895

•ife P O O R ^ O T T N T Y P f i M Q ^ R A T t S T U K G E p y B A Y , W I S . , J U L Y 6 , 1 S » 5 . . ABANDONED. The hornets bnihi'.'ln piaster-dropping rooms, And on thy mossy \"porch the''lizard lies Arouihl the chimneys, slow tin* swallow ••tiles. • - X - And on the roof the locusts show their blooms. . • . \"x IAki' some sad thought that broods here, old perfumes Haunt the dim stairs: the cautious zephyr tries '\"'• x Each gusty door, like Borne dead lianoY then sighs With ghostly lips among the attic .dooms. And now a heron, now a klugtisher. Flits In the willows, where the tittle seems At each faint fall to hesitate to leap. Fluttering the silence with n drowsy stir. Here summer seems a placid face asleep. And the near world a'• figment of her dreams. —Madison Cawcln In the Julv Oeaturv. I ill MIR. BY K. .1. TUJi.VEl:. I t had always been the 'ambition of my friend Geoffrey Druunuoud, when he •could afford it, to rent one of those old- fashioned and picturesque-looking \"h...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 July 1895

jfliC^j^ MtUeted MMt' JPod Office at Stvrgtm Say as •'.-..':•_ second clatt matter, \"Pnlfehed every Saturday hy the J . ^T. POTNI3Y F R I N T I K ^ CO . I. J, PINNEY, \" P r e s i d e n t : 0. W, AUIN, Becretartf. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 0. EDITORIAL. NOBODY but the Advocate and its friends over thought of bringing pros- perity to a city by driving out of it the men most willing and able to build up the city. W H E N it K«HS to the point that aricm- ocrat oaimot establish himself in busi- ness in Sturgeon Bay without continual war being made on him and his business, it is about time to have the fuels made public. W E call attention to the. 'fact that tin- der our democratic administration, a .Sunday'ftxe.nr.siwi doesn't mean an all day pandemonium in the streets of the city. They eome, stay,: and go quietly, and those not concerned to Know or in- quire, don't know that they have been here at all. who were doing more to build up the place, than ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 6 July 1895

DOOR COUXTY DEMOCRAT, fcONIKGEOIf BAY , WIS., JUL Y 6 , 1895 . IN T H E V G O U N T Y . MAP1EWOOB. ^uth Hearse has gone to Ahnapee in search o l employment. Hay making has commenced and our farmers are as busy as bees. Julius Dettinann, of Chicago, is spending a few days with his parents here. Rumor has it that there is to be a picnic in Gordon's grave in the near future. Mrs. Root. Carson is slowly but surely re- covering from her long and painful illntss. The fourth passed off quietly and most of our people celebrated bv attending some one of the many picnics hereabouts. Everything was pleasant and enjoyable. (iAUU.XKU. Jos. LeMere's horse was defeated in the race at Sturgeon Bay last Saturday .Toe has a uood horse but Newman's proved, a little the faster ofthetvro. C3 jjj CD C3 .,^.„.^C3.$t^3S A number of our school teachers contemplate attending the Door County Summer School at Sturgeon Bay. which will open next Monday, July 8th. at 10:30 a. m. MisS'Alice Keogb, teacher of Dist....

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