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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 September 1895

p q ^ ^ ^ gjliyjiiM 3&azeSpread 0^^ jxrea 0/ laud Near Ap- ••J'-.-' pletoa. •\" ' FARM DWELLINGS IN DANGER. Scores of Men Worked All Last Night Fighting the Flames —State Specials. Appleton. Wis., Sept. 10.—[Special.]— A. forest fire hns started in what is known * « the Big swnrup. in town of Center, three miles froro Appleton, andburning fiercely. At present the fire covers an area of eighty acres and in burning deep into the ground, which is of peat. Farm- ers are fighting vigorously to prevent the fire spreading to other parts of tbeswnmp where there Is much valuable spruce i i m «edar timber. Scores of men worked fill night last night and today are plowing around the fire and throwing up barrier* to keep the flatne* from the timber. The swamp is several miles In extent. A few years ago water stood in it nil the year, around, but recent years It. ban been practically dry and this season hay, ha* been cut in the opening. If the fire reaches the timber it will become an im- m...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 September 1895

BOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGBOK BAY, WIS., SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. OREAT BOOK FREE. When Dr. R. V. Pierce, of BuflMo, N. Y.. published, the first edition of his work, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, he announced that after 680,000 copies h a i oeen sold at the regular price, fi^so per •jopy, thepr&it on-which would repay him for. the preat amount of labor and money expended in producing it, he would dis- tnbnte the next half million free. As this number of copies has already been sold, he i s now distributing, absolutely free, 500,000 copies of this *—.'.• '...•#most com plete, interest- T C O U P O N liable common | No. 1 1 3 tea_l.work ever ingrand val sense med- . _ . . „ published— the recipient only being required to mail to him, at the above address, this little COUPON with twenty-one (ai) cents in one- cent stamps to pay for postage and pack- ing only, and the book vail be sent by mail. It is a veritable medical library, complete in one volume. It contains over 1000...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 September 1895

mmm ( D O i f J R ^ e O C ^ ^ Of Leadin g Firms an d EutebliMlt- •' ' ^ ^ ^ i ^ ^ ^ ^ : 4 ^ ^ ^ ^ : ^ t o p « . ': T&llbtel: &S» been newly refurnished and renttesd throughout, and offers the very bestof accommodations for the traveling public, Hot and cold water . baths..'.: First-cla»8 sample rooms. Free \"bus to and from all boats and trains. Rat* ?l.Mn 11.50 per day. ST0KG K0.VBAV, WIS Tt»A V KHOKK HOTfcX. - 1 * '.. ••. '•'•'' A. J. FKLLNKU, Frop. , Fii-st Class accommodations tor man and beast. A \"good sample room connected v,5lh this House. Rutes roasonable, HAWYBK, Doojtca. wrs. \"VtlUriV SATIOXA%, HOTtib, *- J O J I N «i:iuJKnsoK, Prop. ,A-vKtH-ou!ered houne. Keeently enlarged end newly lilted. Goodbarns. Special (mention flv.c to'the wants of fanners and 1 heir teams. Wines, Lkruors ami Clears. STUKRKON HAY, WIS, | ItilOS HOTiil., '•••'Corner of Cedar and Garland Streets. One uloe'k from Depot, two bloclftt from Stenm bout DocU. This Hotel in now open to the p...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 September 1895

-..•---•- v--'------'--\"--' ' ••-•-•. .^\"in^W'-r-Mllf VOk.3. STURGEON BAY, WIS, SAOTiDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1895. NO. 35. bOGfVL ^ ^ W E DON'T KNOW Would till a volume. Brit, we do know something about merchandise, because, it is our business to know. Our prices emphasize what we say. Look at them with a critic! eve. Skoes.^ '-.'.'.-• Thos. G. Plant & Co.'s Fine Shoes made of vici kid, which wears better than dongola, have box under patent leather tip so it retains its shape, have them in D and E .wj^e. Can order nar- rower if wanted, their cork sole shoe is the thing for fall. Need no rubbers with them, price... S2.50 Finest Patent Leather Trimmed, lace shoe, a regular $3.50 shoe,$3.00 Button, same quality. • $3.00 $2.50 Button, trifle heavier stock. You can't buy them elsewhere i less than $2.75. .Ladies'Pointed and Square Toe shoes .........$1,25, $1.50, $1.75 MEN'S SHOES. Fine Congress................. ,.$1,00 Heavy B u c k l e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '. $1,00 BOYS' ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 September 1895

• P j O O R ^ STURGEON BAY, WIS. |$$|«H8tP!OT{fi CO., • tiMiM v#uprenlie Court Upholds th e No w ' Omaha Police Commission • • •i,'. ''.-'Law.--'.',' ::'••'•:•/ ^Oroahfl, Neb., Sept 17.—A speeJa) to f t!ic Bee from Lincoln, Xefo., fiay« that flic Snpreme court filed, its decision in tbfe Omaha fire and police commission cane with the clerk of the court. I t la ijcUe voluminous, comprising several thousand words, eoveriug all of the fwints raised by the attorneys and quot- ing many Authorities. The decision in nubstanco finds for the new board of fire MAItTIN 3. WHITE. anil...police commissioners and declares the ac t constitutional. Upon the. point raised by attorneys for the old board that Gov, Holoomb did not attend th e meeting of Churchill and Hiwsell a t th e time th e -new-board- was named, .th e court holds that th e interest* of a state in* municipality are not to lie jeopardized by the iactfoii of one party. . I n conclusion the c o u r t finds that Brorttoh, Vatulervoort...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 September 1895

DOOB coromr DEMOCRAT, STCBGEO^ BAY, WIS., SEPTEJIBER sii, isos. \" T H E SOULS'OF .THE CHILOliEN.\" Who bids for the little children- Body, ami soul, and brain\"? Who bids for the little children— Young, aud without it stalnV , \"\"Will lio one bid *' said England, \"For their souls, so pure a n ( l white. And (it for nil stood and evil, Tlie world ou their page may. write?\" -\"We hid,\" said Pest anil Famine, \"We bid for life nnd limb Fever, aud pain, and squalor. Their bright young eyes shall dim. \"When the children grow too many, We'll nurse them as «ur own, And hide them In secret places. Where uone may hear their moan.\" \"T 'bid.\" said Beggary, howling. '•I bid for them, one and ali! I'll tench them a thousand lessons. To He, to skulk, to crawl: They shall sleep in my hair like maggots. They shall rot In tlie fair sunshine,' And If they serve my purpose, t hope they'll answer thine.\" -And I'll bid higher and higher.\" Said Crime, with a wolfish grin, \"Fo r I love to lea...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 September 1895

WOOR COU3JTY DEMOC)RAT^S*«*t^ W^mmmim^. iiiVv.-v-^yv ]:/..::\\\"ttcwd ttaii waiter, ' '^yy'/i-- : ' '.y : /' : j j/^iNH^r,.Edrtpc.. , / '••'.'.' •OBSCHtPTION PBIC*. $1.50 P«B Y1AR. S T U R G E O N BAY , W I S . , SECT . 21 . E D I T O R I A L . • ? : • , ' . ' $5,000 the people\"of D o o r c o u n t y have go t t o pa y for sendin g republicans.to office'last fall. H o w d o you like it? •Â«WMAT has become of that dollar wlvesU thut tin Oemoeratlc editors promised the farmers during the laBtcmnitalffn?\"—vMtocaf*. Good prices and the democratic p a r t y snfforodflf joint defeat last fall T h a t ' s wha t ha s become of the dollar wheat . of 825,000 of the stock an d the remain- ing$50,0W) i s t o b e retained b y the pa- tentees a s full pai d stock, i n virtue, of their ownership of the patent, Thi s arrangement , i t is understood, will vest t h e whol e ownershi p of th e p a t e n t a s well a s of t h e plant and busi- ness in the compan y so organized. T h e stock subscrib...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 September 1895

BOOK COUNTY JDJSMOCKAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT, 21, 1895. FIRST CLASS BEPAIR1XG and CLEANING of WATCHES. CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY. ©atisf&otion Guaranteed, —Also we are selling— l \"Watches, Clocks, Chains, Etc. at close prices for CASH. CALL AND SEE. — m THOS. J. PEACH. I S '\" Two doors nort h Shimmer s Grocery. IN THB COUNTY. JACKSONl'ORT. Several cargoes of wood were shipped from here during the week. Frank Londo, Jr.. went to Sturgeon Bay on Monday, returning the same day. Merchant LeMere made a flying trip to Sturgeon Bay and back on Thursday. Rev. Jos. Jameson, of this place, con- ducted divine services in Fish Creek on Sunday. Misses Josie and Grace Krock weut to Sturgeon Bay on a shopping expedition Tuesday. John Bley, one of our thrifty farmers, made a business trip to Sturgeon Bay and back on Monday. The Goodrich steamer City of Luding- ton, called at this port Wednesday even- ing, while on her way south. Rev. J. S. Neff, of Sturgeon Bay, will conduct divine service iu ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 September 1895

r-ar*ifiiiiiiiiiig[ii8 ^0^'fiM&t \\ from Washington If #j Means EinjploymeQt^'fbr . • • .•. WILLS START UP AGAIN TODAY Many/ of Them will be Operated Night and Day—Other - State Specials, .,- Neenali, Wis., Sept. 17.~[Speeial.]~- Thc order giving the tniltownera permis- •Ion to use 40,000 cubic feet of water per minute received yesterday nfferuoon wa s very glad tidings for those gentlemen. One of the tnillmeu wanted to Wow the whistle of his mill nil night, but was pur- suaded to modify bis desire. Miss-Birdie Hewitt o,f Taeomn. Wash., whobu s been spending the Hummer with her uncle, W. I*. Hewitt of Meunslm, n- turned to Poughkecpsio, N. Y.. yesterday afternoon to resume her studios tit Vna- *ar college. Mr.an d Mris. .1. H. Buckley have tjr- rived home- from nn extended trip in IMO rope .•- - -•-'... Mrs, Alex Bilbtfeiii has gone to Chica- go, where she will make her future 'home with her daughter, Mrs. Herman Buum. •• The Park Finite Paper and Pulp com- pany has just been in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 September 1895

X J 0 Q R ^ U S T T Y I ] ^ W I S , S E P T E M B E R 2 1 , 1 8 9 5 . * l * ® r « n ^ftiM«er, a R e v o l u t i o n a r y 8 o l - - I e r « ^ M 1 H i s F a t t e r B o t h Dieti of J ? a r a l »«•Â»•Â» Y e t t h e T h i r d G e n e r a t i o n i » C o r e d - T h e M e t h o d . 1 * j From,the Hera'd, \\Boston, Mass, ? V l 4 k e a thunderbolt from a clear sky, a / w f ° k e o f P a r a l 'si came to Mr. F r a n k T . ( Ware , th e well-known Boston auctioneer and appraiser, a t ^ W a s h i n g t o n s t r e e t , one night abpnt six years ago . T h e interviewer sought ou t Mr . W a r e t o get the facts. H e gave th e interesting jpartiealaris in hie o\\irn vay \" l a e first ehoek caihe very suddenly tvhile I w a s asleep, bu t it w a s not lasting in its effects, an d in a few weeks I wa s able to b e about. A few month s after, when exhausted by work an d drenched : . v i t h r a m , I went home in a very nervous state. T h e result wa s a second and more • severe shock,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 September 1895

'M P O O R COUNT Y D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , S E P T . 2 1 , 1 8 0 5 . Of Leading FiriiiH and Eatablfeh- HOTEL TRKMONiV '^-Tbl.8vt«ofet:-h.'t*i nettiy NfXurnlshcil and reiftw-a throughout, ana oilers the • very best of '• \" wcommodutions for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths. : first-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats and train*. Bates «.W and *1JJ0per day. . :.':•.V.-.-STU-KOKOK B A Y , W I S . \".:,-.:- BAY. SHOJCE,U«TBI„ ••\"•••'• •••• .'\"•':• A. J . FJK1I,SKB r r o p . First Class accommodations for man atitl beast. 'A'good 'sample room connected with '.this House-,. Kates reasonable. • SAWYKR. D00KC0..W1S. 1 ?JKST NATIONAL HOTKL. .JOHN BKIMiEKSOX, 1'rop. A well-ordered bouse. Recently enlarged and newly iineo\". Good barns. Special attention idven to the wants or fnrmers and their team*.-. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. BTUBOKON'MAY. WIS I^rjaoxM.OMOKrXfSK,' H T I X , ' ' Proprietor, Corner'of' Cedar, and Carfiind Streets...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 September 1895

$ $ $ & • • V,~-° 7ri VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. NO. 36. 6.GREISEN. We figured it Just right in our determination to * meet the exact require- ments of our patrons with our line of . . ladies'. Misses and CMidren's - ^ Garments .. . this fall, so those say who have seen our stock and their name is legion. . ' . ' . . ' • A 40 inch Black Wool Cloth Ladies'Jacket............ . $3.50 A 36 inch Gray Melton, all wool, Jacket ... $5.00 A 36 inch Gray Melton, all wool, has fur collar. $5.5Q A 44 inch Brown and Gray Heavy Cloaking $7.00 A 40 inch Black Beaver Jacket $9.00 A 40 inch Black Chinchilla Jacket $9.50 A 40 inch Black Chinchilla \" Jacket, better grade . .$10.00 A 40 inch Black Heavy Diag- onal Cloth ,.:.......... .$11.50 A 40 inch Black Beaver, has large pearl buttons. $15.00 A 36 inch Navv Kersey Cloth, lined throughout with satin .$20.00 LOCAL MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S JACKETS AND CLOAKS IN GREAT VARIETY. Eider Down Cloaks, for the Babies $1.50 to...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 September 1895

i d d s ^ p p ^ STURGEON BAVVWIS. It * WHSEtWTINGm, - - Publish DEEPER WATERWAYS. F u l l y SOO R e p r e s e n t a t i v e M e n M e e t t o D I S C U B S Scientifi c ,' P r o b l e m s . Cleveland, O., Sept. 24.~-Whcn O. A. fetowland of Toronto'called to order at 8 o'clock this afternoon, by virtue of his position as international president, , the first annu«l convention of the Inter- national Deep Waterway s association, t h a t distinguished'•member of the Onta- rio Parliament faced a n a u d i e n c e of more than 500. of the lending engineers, manufacturers, miners, transportation magnates and public'. officials of this (Country and the Doniiuion of Canada. I t wins the most distinguished, prnt-tical, and, without d o u b t fruitful gathering of H« kind ever held iu this country. A large proportion' of (lie delegates hav e been appointed by the governors of their (State* or by the boards of trade, chamber* of commerce and other repre- sentative eommereial institution* of the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 September 1895

£6blt COUNTY MMOCIlAtV STuicJEOJf BAY, WIS., SKPTEJUBEK 28 1895 ^——-• — \" ^ - . \" • ' » • • - - - - - ^ . » , V , . - -:...•-.• -.•• , W - - M . . - ^ - - •• • • • - . « • • • • , ,.. • ..:- _ . _ * * TO lA WHENCE,41-8 VBAKS OtD . A little shining ring liea in my hand— iSot gold, or starred With gems, but just instead A nrecious rinj^ of. sunny, yellow halt Cut from my darling's bead. What, art\" thou like, without thy frame of „,, 'Hsht? The aureole that made thy little face lake to the cherub faces which in heaven Arefound'infalrestplace. How many times I've stooped to kiss and bless The fairest little head in all my world! Tonight I how tuy own. with silent tears, And kiss one little curl. Robbed of thy crown, thou'vt still inv little king. , _To whom I bend In worship: pravlnc vet That the most kingly Giver may not,\" \" In love for thee, forget. \"What thou hast been to me, niv little lad. Of sunshine and of bloom, in darkest davs, •Only the Father knows, who plauts some ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 September 1895

ass? V.'f^fif'Vj':lr::t't^ ^v-.^.:..'! ^ r J . VINNI3 Y •: P R U N I N G V N 3. jr. P I N K E V , Editor- SUBSCRIPTION PHICE, $ 1 . 5 0 « VI*R STUKOEON BAY, WISM SEPT. 28. EDITORIAL. I/DMBKK and freights are going up ktto«r John DbnJan, .'formerly of B»y View. For sereral years past % bas been engaged in the logging business at Point St, Ignace, Mich., near the Cana- dian border, and right in the midst of the'.northern lumbering district. Mr. Do'hlahwas recently in the city, visiting his. old home, and on being questioned as to these reports pronounced them on-' qualified lies, with one word of truth in them from beginning to end. He says, that Canadian products are scarce aud high that the lumber camps, in Caiiada. as well as on this side of the line, habitu- ally rely on the lake regions of Michi steadily. Where are the howlers in this g(l[u:an(\\' Wisconsin for their supplies Jasfc twturaed from New Ttork, where he was in touch with etferyttH^fcelng on inside democratic circle...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 September 1895

^boR Gdra^iEM6cK imjs, • ' * * • BEPAIBIXG and CLEANING* Of WATCHES. CLOCKS. AND JEWELRY. Safcistoctioti Guaranteed. —Also Aye are selling— Watches, Clocks, Chains, Etc. at close prices for CASH. CALL AND SEE. ' »*m THOS. J. PEACH. ' • ^ * , . I w o doors nort h Skimmer* Grocery. INTHBGOUNTY. SAXOKA. Mrs. N. Nelson, who broke her ankle a few we,eks ago is recovering slowly. Miss Amia Potter, of Sturgeon Bay, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lange- mak. School in the Oheeseville district com- menced Monday with Miss N. A- Spals- bui*y as teacher. Last Thursday Henry Nys had the misfortune to lose a valuable'horse. At 'slight when the, animal was fed he was apparently all right, but when Mr. Nys wentto the stable next morning he was found dead! It is supposed that a se- vere attack of colic caused a rupture. v . . :/ FORESTVILLK . Corn and potatoes are reported to be a good crop throughout this town. Fred Sandermanh came home Friday, from Fannus Mich., to attend the burial of his lit...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 September 1895

POOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAT, WIS., SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. ::MEET':'::M!\" FATAL FIRE NEAR AflfeNf. (Mri Siauson Returns Home to Find ^Her Children's Charred Bodies.^ -•\\A: ----StateSpecials, - spring Greeri, Wis., Sept. 23.—[Spe- cial.]-—Twochildreu of Eatery Siauson, living two miles west of Arena, were turned to dofttli in their home. The txiildiug with its contents was consumed. rTbe father was ax.Dodgeville with a lokd of melons ftiid the mother, having occasion to go for a pnli of water, a •nile away,\" locked her two children in a room. The house took fire during her •bacace- There Was no insurance on the property. The cause of the fire is unknown. Pine River, Wis. Sept. 23.—[Special.J -—The two-story frame dwelling of Gil- twrt S. Skeel burned yesterday afternoon during one of the most terrific wmd- •torins that ever visited this section. The loss was complete. The family barely «K»ped without ?ein burned* The low la about $1200. No insurance. ^Jahesville, Win., Sept. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 September 1895

. • / - . : • • * X»pCflEt COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURClE BAY» WIS ^ SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. ASSIST NATURE a little now andthe n in removing offend- ing matter from the stomach and bowels and you thereby avoid a multitude * of distressicg de- rangements and dis- eases, and will hove less, frequent need o f y o u r doctor's service. '-• '....' I O f a l l k n o w n [agents for this pur- f ose, Dr Pierce's leasant Pellets are the best. O n c e used, they a r e a l - w a y s i n f a v o r . T h e Pellets cure b i l i o u s n e s s , sick and bilious head- ache, dizziness, cos- tiveness, or cousti- . . - - , ,— . pation, sour stom- ach,, loss of appetite, coated tongue, indi- gestion o r dyspepsia, windy belchings, . h e a r t - b o m , \" pain and distress after eat- ing, and kindred derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels. R i c h H a r v e s t f o r F i s h e r s . T h e most bountiful and valuable har. vest likely to be gathered in this section WHS tha t gathered from the water s of t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 September 1895

til **#si8^ ,„.._..* v - i f f dTEfc*KKMOXT,-:' \" v ' » A j ^ t r t A s * JOJIJJSdir, Prop*. ' Tbi* hotel has been newly returni»hedvwid T^atted throughout and«aers tbe very bestot ^omntodations for the travettoi? public. Hot and col* water baths. First-class sample womsi f r e e 'bus to and from all baata and trains. Kates fl.OO and fl.50 per day. STtJRGEOK H A Y WIS. \"•••:.: .••. BAY SHOKK HOTEl-i, - A. 4 . FKt.tNBKy Prep. , JFirsi- Class accommodations for man and /••beast.^A .good/tpmple room corineCKd with tWsHouse. Rates reasonable. LAWYER, BOOK CO.. WIS. F1KST NATIONAL JIOTJit, ,IOHN BKIKJKKSON, i'rop. A weiMrdcred house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted, Good barns. Special attention given to the wants of fawners and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigara. STTJB6J50N BAY, WIS. 1 fXION\" HOTEL, ','*-'•'. M. MOELI.EK,'Proprietor. Corner of Cedar and Garland Streets. One WoeU from Depet, two blocks from Steam- boat Dock. This Hotel lanow open to the public, and offers su...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 October 1895

y ' -•'' ?• f i t ' ? ' • ' * ^ .\".:/: VOIu 3. STBJROEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1895. It is not so much how much you pay 'tis what you get for what you pay. New line Boy? Overcoats, Reefer style, 4 to 14 years $2.50 to $3.75 Youths Ulsters, 15 -to 20 years, Heavy Gray Melton $2.50 Blue Chinchilla at $4.50 to $6.00 Men's Overcoats.- Long Heavy Frieze Ulsters, Short Beaver and Meltou Overcoats, Pea Jackets and Vests, Mackintoshes, Etc. Every thing to make you comfortable. Men's Suits.*^' Three new styles received ., this week, made t o our special order by experien- ced tailors. We have them in Single Breasted, Straight Cut and Double Breasted. (Loo k at them m our window.) Prices $10, $12.50, $16.50 Underwear.-^* No^y is the time to make the change. Buy the Staley make from us. The most reliable goods made. We : also carry a line of Wri- ght's Fleece lined goods, (.:g,h?aper. g r a d e s j ^ , , ^ : . ^ ^ ^ cent. Wool Underwear at A strictly all wool Under- wear at 50 GTS. ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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