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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 October 1895

' ^ P C ^ - C O T ? ^ •pMMMMMIi STURGEON BAY WIS. i.J.mHErPRIKIINfiCOi - - Publishers. KEEP AFTER THE POBTE. R e p o r t e d t h a t t h e T h r e e C r o a t P o w - e r s will P u n c h H i m U p o n A r m e n i a n Affairs. , Constantinople, Oct. l . ~ I t \\» reported in official circles here that envoys of tin* vhrce powers, Great Britain, France and Russia, will shortly receive instruction* from their gm'rnmtnt to resume nego- tiations with the Porte regarding the Armenian question. CLYDE BATTOX WILL NOT HANO. fretiilcnt CoiamutKH Hl» SnritajM.o lie- « « D « C o f Certain Tontiinoriy, Washington, D. C , O c t . 1.—The Presi- dent bus commuted to imprisonment for life the death sentence imposed upon Clyde Mattox of Kansas, whit was to have lieeh hanged on the 11th ins t This in the ease in which the prisoner's mother, after appealing personally to President Cleveland,, secured n letter assuring her tha t the death sentence Would not be car- ried out. Mattox was convicted o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 October 1895

tiOOU COUNTY JPEMOCEATv WjMm6X BAY, WIS,, OCTOBER 5t 1895. GOB'S TAVESXRiES. Awakened spring weaves Iu her• mystic . mom, .••'.'•.•'• An azure sky. a soft, caressing wind. The song of birds, tlic gllut of streams com- •y bihcd 'Wit h perfumed promises ot summer's . bloom-^ \".,'••••''••'•:••:.•'• A vernal scarf to drape dead winter's tomb, A seamless robe of grasse * greeu e.utwined. To wrap the world while ever thoughtful, .bind, ••'•• A leafy screen concealing all the bloom. Which frosty lingers painted In the wold. Her warp i s Time, which into moments spun, • Leaps back and forth against the woof of gold. As ta and out her fairy shuttles run. With sunshine filled. A beautv manifold Blooms in the web—EttrtU-finlshed. Heaven- begun. —Paul Irwin. A DIVORCE CASE. By JOHN ALBEE. \" A s for inc.\" exclaimed the Widow .Preseott, \" 1 shall have no part nor p a r e d in their doings. I have seen them through with all their babies, five of the m at'least , and their washings and ironings...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 October 1895

D O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U K G K O N B A Y , W I S . , O C T O B E R 5 , 1815 ID the history of the northwest We challenge anybody to point to a more flagrant abuse of power tbdu that^vhich is about to be exercised to call the legis- lature together in extra session to gen-jv riiahder the state, to insure to the bid treasury an4 (senatorial.ring control of the legislature t o be elected next year. The expense of the extra session will have to be figured into a special tax, ^Secretary Lamont is now' Acting Com which the people will be called upon to mander. pay this year for the: first time in many Hon. W. E. Chilton, Secretary of yenrs. lint the citizens of Wisconsin State for West Virginia, and chairman put incompetence and extravagance Ot the\" Democratic Executive Committee in power can putthemont.—Milwtultee of that stitteis very deeply interested in j . 3. i p r M e v , Bditxr-- iuBSpHlPTION PHICE. si.SO pBf». VBAR. sl[*uSSEdN^BAY, WIS OCT. • • .5.who On* Forc...

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

IOO COUNTY B E J ^ C R A T ^ ^ G E O S f BAY, WIS., OCTOBER «,- 1895. BITTER THAW EVER. MRS.T, J. PE^OH has returned with V ^ R I B H T NEW STOCK 0TO* faB n • iliery. r Choice Goods! Low Prices! CAIX AND EXAMIXK.)E^=-fr twofloorsnorth of Shimmer* Grocer)'. IN THE, COUNTY. Mi-. H . N y s wa s called t o G r e e n Ba y W e d n e s d a y o n business. Mrs. D . D . Spalsbur y w e n t t o Gree n Ba y T u e s d a y t o atten d th e g r a n d lodge session of th e I . O. G. T . of this state. E n g e n e Hoslett spraine d hi s ankl e severel y while wrestling T u e s d a y m o r n - ing. H e will probabl y b e confined t o h i s r o o m for si x week s o r m o r e . T h r e s h i n g is th e leadin g occupation a m o n g farmer s a t present, ther e bein g n o less t h a n thre e threshers w o r k i n g n o w withi n a radiu s of a mile. NAM VIC' Mr . Ben] . Whitesid e will depart' for Minn. , nex t week . Anni e Kirb y will b e engage d in teach- i n g this w i n t e r i n Chase, Oconto ...

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

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 5, 1895. S ^' v ^cihe,: :W,i&, Oct yi^—[Spocitft]--Ra-' -•^ne'-.wuTi bevia,. ilte^.jK)S«««8SioQj 6f'-ihe' if^thttdlst and Baptist ininfttersof the .{^-istatc 'lar itfee: next two weeks,-beginning ^ tobiorrow^ ^ f ^hfWrence of the M?thpl!« yjnlafstfirs • *rid-..tirequadrennial conference of the Methodist laymen opens in the First MetftiHl'mt cUmchi The confereiiee will be In session until next Monday night. Mondayafternoon the first meeting of the Wisconsin Baptist anniversaries will be held, being the meeting of the Statt Baptist Ml»i«teri»l union, and then until the following Saturday the city will be in ponwtwfoii ofthe Bantists, r Rev. Henry Oatroin of Milwaukee preaches the annual conference serinon to jh c Methodist brethren tonight. The wr«t business meeting talrespmeeWeduea- day morning and until the endevery morning will be taken up with this work. The important questlonB are the con*id- «rfttiou of the admission...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 October 1895

BOOK COXTSTT DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 5, 1895. MOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet- ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the temedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas- ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a. perfect lax- ative effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid- neys, Liver and Bowels without weak- ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Pigs IF for sale by all drug- gists in 50c and §1 b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 October 1895

#p*ii •pOdfr'Cftl^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY , Wt^adliic Firms and Establish- ments of €ity and Connty. * * M K I t a i A N * JOMXSOJ*, P r o p * . TMs hotel h*« been newly refurnished and fflttert throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. -., Hot Terme d throughout , an d offer s th e ver y bes t o f accommodation s fo r th e travelin g publi c Ho t ami cold water baths. First-class sample rooms. TJPrec' *ims to and from all boat? and twine. Rates Jl.tSOacd ?»..% per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. . '• T J A Y s H O B K HOTEL., \" • '. A . J , P K L L N K B , P r o p . First CiasB accommodations for ma n and beast, A good sample room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. S A W Y E R DOOR CO.. W I S . • p i l t S T JJATIOXA L H O T E L , X .HHS BKHGKRSOJi , P r o p . A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged *n d newly fitted. © o o d b a i m Special attention given t o th e tracts of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STURGEQ.V BAY,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 October 1895

VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. NO^SS. 6.0REISEN. IT'S NO SECREanRevh T that our stock o! Ladies, Misses and Children's Jackets and Capes is the largest in the city. The best always sell lirst so don't delay your purchase till too late. Dress Goods. , One thing we wish to call .your special attention to and that is our 3ft inch all wool Dress Flannel a t . . . . — . . . , Our 36 in. Wool Plaids at. Our 26 in. All Wool (except the warp) Dress Goods at Our $6 in. All Wool Flannels, sold in '94 at 35c, now 4 beautiful styles of Crepous worth 14c, at Black Moire, looks like silk, at .This is the most beautiful Cotton Fabrics ever produced 2 5 c 2 5 c 1 2 c 3 0 c 12$c 1 2 c Underwear. •o dozen Ladies Jersey Vests, \\fleece iiued, wo. bought to sell atx25c, and they are worth it. Yon.can have them at. ^Oc Hosiery. We have receked.a large invoice Of the famous. St. Joe Hose and Soeks. X Ladies' at. . X — • \\- Boys Heavy Ribbed at.. ^ ^ . . . . Mens Socks, Fine Wors...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 October 1895

DdpE COCNT^IEMQ S T U R G E O N BAY, W I S . i,J mm tmma co. , - - mmm GEK. M H O ^ E 13 1M1) \".I- ii » \" . ' ' .* . • '..- . . — r ^ ^ O n e o f t h e Consp«cup«i s F i g u r e s o f T h e ' WHoJe ^ C o r b e t t - F i t j e a l r n ^ n a •••'•••-•• ''••'- -•••••--'-- •' ••• -v—e —• ••.••••'•• --I'--.-: C r o w d A r e C h a r g e d w J t h - .' • . Conspiracy.-'.--.-\" ••-•- ,., I 4 '• A n t a n a n a r i v o , t h e C a p i t a l o f t h e l e l a n d , l » S u c c e s s f u l l y S t o r m e d . P o r t X u i s , Island of Mauritius, O c t / 8 . —Advicesreceived today from the'. Is!-.- and of Madagascar announce that the French expeditionary force which, bus been advancing upon the capital fo r many weeks past, captured Antananarivo on September 27- Th e prime -minister\" and the court, it is added, fled to'Amboslstra. The tjuecu had already fled. T h e news was brought to the const by couriers from Vatomntidiy on September HO. Dispatches received from Tnmutavesn y that Fa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 October 1895

«-— ^ O R COJJlfe BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 12, 1895 pNOYELINyESTiENT. STRANGE COMMERCIAL FAITH. JBow Bread Cost Upon the Water* o f Trade Comes Back After'.Many Days —Enormons Investments in Modern Snalneaa Methoda — \"What' s in a NameY\"' .— Trade Mark* and Their v\" Defenae.','' , If our forefathers could look down on (modern business methods they would at Sthe first glance conclude that modern merchants were as mad as March hares. iAfter they bad become thoroughly ac- quainted with the magnificent systems which are used by our great railroad cor- porations and mammoth trusts, they would conclude that the age was an age of magicians, and not of fools. The ma- chinery of business has kept pace with the improved machinery of our mills. In- deed, the merchant of to:day avails of no little machinery in the conduct of his every-day office work. Patented systems of copying, of duplicating, wonderful let- ter files, and hundreds of neat aids to office work have multiplied very fast dur- ing ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 October 1895

i$^ . - ' v j i * ' ^.*^iM\"ie^'^di^-^ ,' & c,.:' i.\" :'v' ': initiated-iwrjr.SaturOar by the,:.\":-.. 3.iJ. ^ I K - N I S Y : ,. Kattoi | 8UB0cmrr»ON pmc«, *1.50 M I I y«A»». SiuiSlGEGN BAY, WIS.£ tjpT is. OyBcsteemed contemporary doesn't have touch to say regarding the low prices of potatoes in poor connty this fall, and the causes that brought about that state of affairs. Its versatile editor cau*t lay it to an influx of the Canadian article not this time. THF employes of the Milwaukee Bay View Boiler Mills have concluded tb*t they would not wear \"tags** and be known by their number only. Wedon't blame the men one bit, they are, in fact, to be congratulated on the success of their stand againBt being deprived of their individuality. SOME of the'Marinette papers seem to think there was political trickery in the modus-operendi that brought about the location of the school for feeble-minded at Chippewa Falls, instead of Marinette. Well, has the present' state administra-...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 October 1895

§9m~ p p t B C O P N T ^ » ^ O G K A T r O T D « G E O K BA.Y, WIS.* O C T O B E R liS.iS^S, -* BETTER THAN EVtlfc has returned with a \"^BBlfiHT HEW StmSX 0F* Fail - Miiuneru. Choic e G o o d s ! L o w P r i c e s ! CALL AS D EXAMIJfJE.)e=^-C Two dwrs nerth of Shimmers (Jroetrv. IN tflE. GOUNTY. £UG HARBOR. Fall grain is the go here this year. The threshing season is getting well along towards the end. The attention of our readers is direct- ed to a change in the advertisement of L. D. Thorp & Son, appearing in this issue. These gentlemen are enterpris- ing merchants and are enjoying a liberal patronage from the people in this section of the county. They carry* an immense stock of good goods and are entitled to the success they have attained. Like everybodj' else, we have our share of the potato crop. Several par- ties will dig over one thousand bushels. The way talk runs now many potatoes will be fed to stock this winter, unless prices change for the better. It is thought ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 October 1895

POOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STtTHGEON BAT, WIS., OCTOBER 12, 1895. ?.'. v::-^ ^: '/- •'\"/\"\"/.''-'„ : •:. ,:\"'• .\" .^i'^.XOct. --r T-^t«Ji«steiat.3rr' } fW»iiii N«ennh to Green Bnyv following / the.\\ JEtyJcy^riye-r.through the nuinufaetnr- |iig iHstrict, Jins been revived, after hay- J.vWg^beengenerally 'wnMeXfH\\idi!'a.^'^-Via'. , i n e e ^ Saturday and talks confidently o £ the •jiiiccipas of the project. Thi* route will toe restirveyed at-once and contracts are t o b e let in Chicago this week it 1* mid. An application of the Valley Ter- minal company fori condemnation pro- Cftcdiriss njffili'Bt certain properties on the proposed right of way .will be beard / before the circuit court October 21, '1 Lumbe r o n t h e Murphy p o c k s Id ,/-- : :'•--^. Burned—Loss Nearly .\"' .'X^ ' '£ 1^0O.'/ -'., .'/ : Greeii Biiy, Wi«.vXet. 7.—At the docit* ot Oie Murphy ^nMbvr vampatiy ihrtie- quarter,* o f a million log* were swept away by fire VWd%- pu t of 7,000,000 feet of select lumb...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 October 1895

10OOR COUNTY ^ M Q C R A T , :8TI?«*3EOX BAY, WIS.* OCTOBER 12, 1S95. mm To tnafeespiae provision for your physi- cal health at this season, because a cold or cough, an attack of pneumonia or ty- phoid fever ixtiw may shakeyou an in- valid,all winter.:':iP^Bt.:«f!s,U^/iJ!Ure:\"that' your blood is pure, for health depends hpon pore blood* A. few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla will be a paying investment now. It will give you pure, rich blood and invigorate your whole system. Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. l l u u u s ^ I I I S t l T e . All druggists, 25c. - BETTER THAN, A POLICEMAN. Tonng Society Woman of Lehigh Valley Stops a Shooting Affray. Bessie Thomas, a well-known society woman of Lehigh valley, and sister of David H. Thomas, superintendent of the Thomas Iron company at Hokendauqna, figured as a heroine in stopping a shoot- ing affray. Two men. Frank Gallagher and John Davis, got into a fight over a lawsuit. When the latter drew a revolver and fired three shot...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 October 1895

«itpi^ i^^ _..*£. refitted throughout, and offers the vgry hestof . atoowmodMion* for the traveling pubH&_ Hot i»d t»ld *rater bath*. • Fir«t-chM» ** m P , | , room*. Free 'bun-to and from all boats and trains. B»tCB «.«) ond »l.fiO per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. BAY SHOKE HOTKI* ' A, J . -PKUUXJBK, Prop. Ffret Class accommodations for man and txeast A good sample room\" connected • with this House. Hates reasonable. SAWYER, DOORCO..WIS. FIRST NATIONAL HOTKL, JOHN BKKGKKSON, Prop. A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good barns. Special attention (dveti t o the want* of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STUUGKON BAY WIS. 1 TNION HOTKL, V ' si . MOKIXKIt, Proprietor. Corner of Cedar and Garland Streets, One block from Depot, two bloclts from Steam- boat Dock. , • „ This Hotel'is now open to the public and offers superior aeoouimodations. furnace beat throughout, new btiilillw, solid brick, all new furnishings. Plrat-clasa accommodatio...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 October 1895

Scfl'^pS^ {y'xC^H,,^^ votu a. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SApIKDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1895. NO. 39. NECESSITY SALE! MONDAY, OCTOBER 2IST, We will commence this sale. ' As we are building it has become necessary to convert someeof our Overcoats, Suits, Hats, Etc., into brick and lumber in a speedy manner. Our trade has been fairly booming lately, but we can double our sales if you appreciate a good thing: MEN'S OVERCOATS. Long Brown Ulsters, sold at $8, this sale..................... .$6.00 Long Heavy Tan Ulsters, all wool Frieze, sold at $10.50, this sale.. .$8.00 Long Heavy Dark Brown Ul- sters, sold at §9, this sale. $7.00 Long Heavy Dark Gray Ulsters just received, worth $6, this sale...... .• $4.50 Youth's Dark Gray Ulsters, price $3, this sale $2.50 Men's Overcoats, price $6, this sale........... $4.50 MEN'S SUITS. ' Black Clay Worsteds, price $15, this sale. .-.$11.50 Dark Blue, Fancy Worsted, price §13, this sale............ $0.50 Brown Melton, 2 suits only, price |8.50, this sale .........

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 October 1895

DOORiw* fcOUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURQEp y BAY, WlfcM OCTOBER 10, 1895. 8TURQEON BAY, Wl3^ iilliS f AR E MOTIX :tl?0Mrtg»»'-:Pb\\ver»' May Interfere.' • in -. ^t^':' - ::the: Japan-Corea Com- . • ' V: vVVf v,::Vv . : :'.'Mi.ptioati6n^:'^v. Jflon of the formidable uprising in Corea, n '^ttltrag:la-'thc'''di8dpiKftinnce''and prob- V able death of the Queen, and the landing » military force*fcythe United States and Kuropean power»i has been received by Minister Kurluo of Japan from the V foreign otBceVat Tofcio. It is quite nen- : iatlonal, indicating the landing of tna- •'••: rlnei by Kunsia, the United States, and lirobaWy Oreat Britain. : Two cable messages were received by Secretary Herbert today from the Asiat- i c station. One briefly announced the arrival of the gunboat Fctrel at Chetntil- po and said nothing In regard.to\"the state of affairs In Gorea. The other me»«ago pimply announced the arrival of tho Mnchina at Shanghai. , TCoKohawn, Oct. 15.—-An imperial ordi- nance has b...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 October 1895

| P Q O f e ^ ^ ^WIS^ OCTOBEB 19, 1895^ A solid, graven mass of trees Stands out agahtst the moonlit sky And thro' the leafy, shadowed ways Fond lovers wander Slowly by. Along the^. winding thread of road Slow Creaks a lumbering, loaded wain. That bears the precious harvest store. The sheaves of rustltiig, golden grain. A dog barks it torn the hillside farm, »'' - A night-Jar calls across the lent And ou the beach across the cliffs v. Ripples the phosphorescent sea. Calm is the air and still the sea, A whlte-wlnged pence hangs In the sljy And tn the churchyard 'ueath the tombs\" Peaceful and still dead lovers lie. MEHANDDIGK By OWEN HALL. H e w a s a queer, lonely chap was Dick, -though h e was neither old nor ugly. Man y a fellow among us a t Lulu flat Tvould have been glad enough to chum in with Dick, for he wa s a s steady a s ^a file and a s hard working a s they m a k e 'em, but somehow nobody ever proposal it. Ther e w a s something—t don't know * what—about him tha t sort of...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 October 1895

VQOB i'OUNTV DEMOCRAT, STUltGEOK BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 19 , I8O6. iWiiitJiii %XXXXXtXf*&^:&a?*'ty^?''?:: -•- :•••-•''-:\"-- i : :|i»i'»»!bfr^ g WHKK: a man rides straddle, he would 'fetter find some other animal than a •'-feb^e'WrpirAdtice.pBVy'V.-':-.. THE':{armAmust bebeaten some way. This fall it is Manitoba hay that is ruin- ing the I)oor county market. Those ^ who read the DEMOCRAT know t hat that |ie was nailoti on the spot, ^iy-'^iN'-ftccoritArtiBewith our article 6a the snbjetst Jast week, an effort i» bow 6n foiptto establish a buroaaof information I in this city for guidance of parties think- irifr, of Ideating in this county. OSHKOSH ftports have offered $30,000 for the CorbettKitelmmons prize fight, and if they: are successful in securing the event, it i r said they will have it held on some near by Indian Keserva- :tiou. In that event, somo one ought to JHrnhsh the Indians with a hogshead of fiye-wafcfsr and a car-load of tomahawks, and let them clean out tho w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 October 1895

^$(p$^ -#'•• • BETTER THAN IMR. f -.f. ,'•\"•' v'fcas returned'yffth.a':^ •'•- J 4 \"&Bitl6H? MW ST08K 'OF** ^ V Choic e Cxoofts! f : ^ V . I i O w P r i c e s t : A 'T cAixisft-'EXAaiiJfE.i^Hs\" *'.\"\":\"/' ^ This can h a ^ i y he called a healthy con- dition. Fruit jrrowing in connection with tegular farming is all tight. j While Mrs. (rigH\\ funeral procession was moving towa ni the ehvifeh, her Uu-other-iu4u\\y. Jacques Neuville, was j being brought home more dead than [alive., Mr. X . had gone to a neighbors j.o'n business,'-'and while rettin out of I his bvimy his truss (Mr. N. has an ab- I domi.naV. rupture evor since he was in the army) became displaced. A doctor i was sent forr\\ lint before he arrived everything was all right again. \" Two deon north of Shimmer's Grocery. K-^-O IN THBjpOUNTY. . XAMITK. • Evrard Bros, have erected a new frame Tbava on their premises. Maurice Moore attended the stock fair held at DePere last week. A baby boy recently arrived at the iiom...

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