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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 October 1895

IliiWISIiiPlPi ,j3H» : ojd- iwwht 111 jaiid a largo par* of\" the K'lamb^ yard owned by ^August Teimer U ww awtroy^ ftte wasdiscovered in the boilerdioaae on tlic v e s t side and soon spread over the «ntire building iuid into the -yarda',..-, Sev- *ral surrounding factories and mills were for * time thri'atijned, but the firemen Boon had the flatties under control and ^ 'MmtH»I.'tfacm^td^ian'«fe»'v'oC''twoacre*. -\"ln. /«xtcht' ''-,'':Tbe,'m}I) '-had:.ti6i:v bcen'-'lit vluaeVfor several years and most of the : machinery bi d been removed. I t wa» : used to store the liner grades of luth. tier., all of which wa s destroyed. Many thousand feet of the eoarser lumber wa s destroyed besides several hundred cedar posts and many thousand shingles. Th e lows is estimated at $0000, with no insmv The 6re was undoubtedly of incendiary «rlgin as an attempt was mode to burn -, It about a month ago,, but the Maae wa* discovered and extinguished by the chief «f police. . -The'owners have...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 October 1895

5 J p i j ( ^ edimjie Is fully as important «nd as beneficial as Springr Medicine, for nt this season there is great daager to health in the varying temperature, cold storms, ma- larial germs, prevalence of fewre and other diseases. AH these may be aToidcd if the blood is kept pure, the, digestion good, and bodily health vigorous with Hood's Sarsaparilla The.One True Blood Purifier. Hfod* P i l f o c u r e «headaches., U Hver Ills MUous- iivfu u a r i l l S neg9 26c. A Paying Case. . That famous steer case of Penley vs. Besse is now being tried for the third time at the Supreme court in Auburn, and it is estimated that each of the liti- gants has expended already a matter of about $400 In centesting over the re- mains of a bullock worth, at his best, 5120. Both arc wealthy men, however, and they are in it for the principle of the thing. On Tuesday, during recess, a brother attorney came and, speaking to the two opposing counsel who Were sitting in the attorney's room, said, 'Look ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 19 October 1895

i*cw^0ppmoi&^ Ofl^adtntc Firms and Katablisb- f* : HEtLMAN * 3OH0OKW aotol nan lee newly yewbi nodatlon tor the traveling public. water Dfttlw , Wr»t-ela»s «wmple i iffcis hote l nanvtxsen o newl y ireftirntrtwdaiidircfia Yefitted[throughout.andoBewtoe throughout, and o«ew to e very bes t of •oeommodiitloniB! to r th e travelin g public . Hot »od colM d wate r DftUwi , Wr»t-ela» s rooms Free 'bus to'and from all boats ana trains. Rates 11,00and 81.60 per day. ^ y ^yV : :-^5'-:-'/STOBClKOIf BAYi VMS. •:'\".: BAT SMOltE HOTKI/, First Glass accommodations for man and beast.•' '-A good sample room connected with tWsH6Use. Kates reagonabieJ • :C'SAWYER, DOOttCU, WIS. TDIKSX KATIONAl. HOTKL, * J O « N BKBGEB90J*, P*op. A wcU-ord«red house. Recently enlarged *i»d newly fitted. v - Good barns. Special attention eiven t o the wants of farmers and their teams. Wines, Liquors and Cigars, STURGEON BAY, WIS. JTJttON HOTEL, • *•'•'.•\" M. MOfcM.E«, Proprietor. Corner of Cedar and G...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 October 1895

W,-#/-.'--zC'- -,.f :V VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS, SATtpDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1S95. NO. 40. O U R NECESSITY SALE! W1M/CONTINUE ANOTHER WEEK at prices quoted last week. This is an opportunity everybody ought to take advantage of. You get your Overcoats and Suits at manufacturers price, why not come in and wake yourself comfort- able for the winter at a trifling cost ? LADIES' JACKETS. We have included in this sale some Ladies Jackets, 44 in. long. A good warm garment * e c n worth $7.W», at. . . . . . $Q, OU TOQUES. Call them \"Stocking Caps\" if you wish, The stylish head- wear f01* children, at 45 C LOCflb. CHIIiEREN'S CLOAKS, and JACKETS. Your idea of a Child's Cloak ox- Jacket is a stylish, well con- structed garment, at a reason- able price. We have them, a dozen styles, that were select- ed with the same idea in view. Jackets from 6 to 18 yr. sizes, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $3.75 UP T0 $7 Long Cloaks with Cape $ 2 . 5 0 t 0 $ 6 Eider Down Cloaks with Angora Fur Trimming. A large as- sortme...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 October 1895

^^^^I^StS^-lS&^P: DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS STURGEON BAY. WIS. j&f^iw^ SM6 SHEMAI isimma S e n a t o r S a w y e r o f W i s c o n s i n R«« W:r}-'tmi«»::» Talk H o H a d w i t h Garf lold. : \":: Dhiutli, Minn., Oc t 22.-^Ex-United States SenatorPblletus Sawyer is in buliith today. An Associated proRB rep- resentative asked him his opinion of Senator Sherman's book. In reference to the iMtrt referring to ex-President iSai-field, Mr. Sawyer said: \" \" S e n a t o r Sherman is totally In the wrong in saying thnt ex-President Gar- field broke faith with him. I remember that the day before .Garfield was nomi- nated I lunched with him. At the table I said: 'Mr. Garfield, I a m sure you lire going to he nominated.' H e re- plied: 'I would rather be shot than to w nominated, for I eonld never per- •made Sherman that 1 kept faith with Mm.' I went back to the Wisconsin delegation nnd we were the first to swing into line for'•Gnifiefd.\" Ashland. Wis,, Oct. 22.-fS...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 October 1895

r\\ ?»06R:.eotra^^|i^ A FIANO-OKGAN PKOTEST- Sbouldn* res* l .culled-'man eoh daucia' case he's gay, when de man lie twlB' de handle, An' de music'gins: to play. When I h'yahs dat wagon coruiu' Snigiu' down de street, Jes' like gin goes to aier haid Ue ehune goes to nter feet, Ef de p'leoce Is gwlnter 'res' me W e n I dance some mo', 1 'Jl liaf ter hunt e'r \"institute ' Au'.tate de dance-cure sho\\ —Washington Star. 3!»^Kli|-:lWl- By Gilbert A. Werce. T h e passengers smiled! F o r the . twentieth time the man iii .the huddle of the car was rearranging his luggage. A dozen times before they h a d supposed he wa s preparing to leave t h e train, but he had stayed on. \"D o you think h e is going this time? \" said a lady oh the opposite side of the •ear to her husband. \" I give it up! \" he responded. \" I t looks like it, but it ha s looked like it before.\" And he didn't go. Stations cam e an d wen t but he remained, only seeming to g e t more nervous a s w e neared New York. \...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 October 1895

1^^!0^^S^^^^^^I^^^^^^^^^$^K^^0i^^ :- : | -,:JfH^:':- v , '-H ^prail*Hed .ev«nry : SAtMii»y^ tiie.' ••^ • V 8UBBCHIPTION PRICK, $1.50 PUB VBAB. Indianapolis, 4000 Democrats, Sav. Ben. bow's this? ByGuuvu'you . Have ttiinijB In nucha fix In your own town, whut pull have you T o t t h o w u i ' W Great Caesar, Men, if my home town Should do as youra has done, I'd goond saw my leg» off short, Before I'd try to run. Morton— '\"• ..\" •'. ' ' ••' • • ' Dear Benjamin, I'm pained to sec Your town In mien a plight. *U this Is all that you can do, I'll teat yon out of HlKht. I played tho second fltUUo once, Don't you remember, IJcnt Well, once was quite enough, dear boy, it'11 not do so again. MeKinley™ • . , ,..' ,_ 4,ono Democratic! Gosh, What strange thlngH happen when Wehavo noKutt! Say, do you tbinlt There's any chance tor Hon? • ' Talm tny advlws and stay at home And Benjle. buckle down To local politics until You've HtralgbWwaout your town. Alilnon— . . , , , ' Dear mo! Dear me! D...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 October 1895

»6& &s^^^ BAY, WIS , OCTOiifck 2(J, 18*)^ BETTER THAN EVER. j lb ou r people,^ h a v i n g preache d her e ^ | sonic tivtv y e a r s a g o . A s a matte r of j j course, th e t-hureh wa s c r o w d e d with ' i t d t D C i T * ' i r=»ci E I *\"-•• u ' '\"' s °'^.friends unci n e q i u u n n u w s , wh o 4 M r v O . T . J . r C n v t i ..# i look tha t opportunity'..of grtwiinsr him. • IRev. Burajre will p r e u d C here-.'in th e : has returnttJ \\vitli a -^BRIGHT MEW STOCK C J F ^ fail vMiiitneru. Choice 2twds JLow Prices! Tir» doors north of SHminel'$ SroMry. IN TH&GOUNTY. FOKESTVIIXE. ! J o s e p h Schneider transacte d business in Ahnape e Tuesday . Miss P a u l i n a B e r g is visiting relatives in Ahnape e thi s week . Arnold W a g e n e r , of Sturgeo n Bay, wa s seen o n o u r streets last Sunday . Mr. an d M r s . H e n r y Wessel a r e re- joicin g ove r th e a r r i v a l of a b r a n d ne w boy , Supt. D a m k o e h l e r spent th e latter p a r t of las...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 October 1895

|tj.^|giii*i»jlpii D O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T v 8 T U B G E O N B A Y , W i g . , O C T O B E R 2 6 1 8 9 5 . ' ' f i ' ^ ' ^ ' r ^ v £ ^ v,^J!I^B:: :^,•JPorrt'flr(3,,' modeled :by.:5fi«8. «0eaij: Jlliacr and exbiWted at the World\"* 5 i Mr iaftdtfrsthc :auspiees of Wisconsin :•:} ::wotnep and since remodeled in bronze and X^*&$it'..-to.'ti»e slate, was unveiled In : ft^ai)ftoi ' 'park:. at\" It a. in, today with ap- :-: jpropnate:^^nniioniH^:/'.A.ir:''8tatc':-:tilfttt'rt jWMitK were represented in the crowd which wirflessetf the unveiling, Which Ja spite of a chilly wind numbered about Zuoo. v:.- v. Mrs, John Wiriaas of Jahesville, pros!-- dent of the Ladies' boani of managers or the World's faircommission*made the : im-!»«tatJon speech tu the state, to which GOV. Upturn made response. Mm, Wi- aaus said jirnart: .- ^e^slory of Wisconsin women' who cou-- tMboted. to enable home talent to make a dlttijluy in our Htuto building will be told as long as memory jaBts....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 October 1895

IJOOR COXJOTY » E M O C I ^ T i S I ^ G E O N BAY, WIS., OCTOBER 26, 180S. Nerves and Blood Are InsejmraMy connected. The former depend simply, solely, solidly upon the latter. If It is pure they are properly fed and there is no \"nervousness?* If it is impure they are fed on refuse and the horrors of nervous prostration result. Feed the nerves on pure Wood. Make pure blood and keep it pure by taking Hood's Sars a par ilia The One True Blood Purifier. H n n r i ' c P i l i e the after-dinner pill and l l U U U » f l l l d jmnny cathartic. 26e. G r e a t o n S p e e c h e s . As Judge Lurton of Tennessee was once going through Texas he met an old Texan who described at length the peo- ple that had settled in his neighborhood, a large number of theui having come from Kentucky. \"And there's them Kaintuekians,\" said he. \"They're the speakiu'est people I ever seen in my life, fer a fttct. Why, whenever we hev a shootiu' match, a campme'etin', a wed- din' or a fttu'ral, you can jest ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 October 1895

3 p 8 ^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY, H$^siit r ^Coiittty.':' .':• ^ OTKLlTKEMONT,:':'. UKiiMAH '* JOHNSON, rrop». This hotel ha» Wcnowl f * ' \" ™ 1 * * ^ ^ refitted throughout, and oBeis t h e o r y best of •ccomtnbdftUoD* for the traveling pnblIc. £01 _&4 wld watt* naihs. .«w«itt»«^«opl o looms. Free 'bus to and from all boats ana trains. Rates M.OOand 81.50 per day. STDRGliON BAY, WIS. BAV 8MORK HOTEL, A. 3. FBIXKEB, Prop. ...\" .First Class accommodations tor man and •/beast.'- A'-good- sample room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYEK, DOORCO.- WIS. \"IMHST XATIONAL HOTEL, ' JOH N I1EKOKBSON, I'rop. A wcdl-ordered house, Kecentlyenlarged and newly fitted. . Oood barns. Special attention given to the wants of fanners and thetr teams. Wtoea, Llquore and CUriws. STUKGEON BAY, WIS. •_- /• Highest ttoiiora--AW»rM* Fair, CREAM BAKING POWDffl MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fiea from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 4 0 YEARS THE STAND...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 November 1895

:k:— VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER L\\ 1S95. NO. 41. .GREISEN. T h a t \"Necessit y Sale \" ha s reduced ou r stock of Overcoat s wonderfully, but h a v i n g received a ne w lot this week w e hav e concluded t o continue th e sale, till N o v e m b e r Oth. W e sell M e n ' s $10.50 Ulster Overcoats at..'. . W e .sell Men' s S8.00 Ulster Overcoats at . . . W e sell M e n ' s ST.Oi) Ulster Overcoats at...' . W e soil Men's $6.00 ..$8.00 $o.oo LOCft U OifSTEits -dished u p iu ever y style a t j Kliukenberg's . A G O O D squar e meal, all hours, a t J A S . 11. M A N N ' S Restitnrain . M K S . M O W K V ha s m a r k e d all goods down , t o accommodate , \"freeze out 1 1 times. | Chas. Beck, th e n e w cigar-maker , is j no w fully settled a n d is m a n u f a c t u r i n g j some excellent b r a n d s of eigars. | A n u m b e r of society youuji ladies of j l L u m b e r freights from E s c a n a b a t o [Chicago hav e reache d th e 81.7d point. T h r e e schooners ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 November 1895

Jp|g§3§ ®tt©ci&^£^^ 3q^fi^ ^ STURGEON BAY, WIS-. / i i w \"'J-'''1 '\"'^-i——'.-\"-—Jill-'j\"'\"~-.'.'.\"-i\"\"•\"''\" '•\"•\":•\"'\"'\"\".i-'•* '\"'Vi §wms fvM^mm, . . .Fwlnoh Newspapers Appreciate the : Situation and.' Exprea©/:./. • . :/•/: / ' ' . / ' / / S y m p a t h y / . '• • Paris, O c t 20/~Th e fofh wi»g semi-of- ./iicirilnote ljiiHbeen iMHiiwi • \"The i»lnlntern. lit t'ie clone oitHit- ninths « tltiv Cliamter, .proceeded to the Eiy-nee painec and tendered their'.resignation!* Hi tUel'reiddmit. They were accepted oiid will he iHitiltffiicd in the official gazette- tomorrow morning- , Tbey acquainted i'rMdilewt -Faure with, tlievirioitlenlH ICIHIIIIK t'i the reHlgtin- tlou. Tlii* President thanked' the minister* fur t!i anklHtoiH* fl«'V had glvon liim and ncggdl them to continue to dlnpatt'h the . -current. hiixltKHH, • • T h e newspaper* this morning cxnircss- -Appreciation', of the dilhVulties which are vunfro'ittirig' President Fnure n* a result o f the re...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 November 1895

g j ^ B f f i ^ Q. 189& B r t f i E B K O O K . . , ' O'er it slender osiers lean, Ana its waters purl between Banks of moss where violets grow. And Use wiud breathes sweet and low. 'Mid Its rushes minnows hide, Or o'er silver shallows glide, Pausing oft a s If to dream/ ' ' • • ' „ • Poised against the wavering stream. Here the birds light on the brink,, Plash their dusty plumes and drink . There 'where, deeper waters. niu, •Broad-leaved lilies takt\\the sun. By this willow let n s l l e t I t ma y chance that, by and by. , If w-e:watch and make no sound. While the mldgeaiiuurmur round, We shall see.hirii unafraid .Stumbling down the sun-flecked glad With his goat-hoofs tearing through' Vines and blossoms wet with dew. We shall see his shaggy thighs. His puffed cheeks and gloating eyes. And his hairy pointed.ears, Sharper grown with ceaseless fears We shall see him as he stands. And with swift and nimble hands, From the reed-beds, where they grow. Plucks him pipes whereon to bl...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 November 1895

Jli . „ D O O K C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , STI7KGEO X B A 1 \\ WIS. , K ( ) \\ T M B f f i i , 1 8 » 5 . iiiiiilibE^ 1 llvKS the Milwaukee Sentinel admits ilier& Will be ho special session of the JL^/ilslatwre for the purpose of changing the boundary lines of assembly and sen- atorial districts unless the commiteecau iind that the republican party can be benefittetl by siich change. W» are in^ceiptTof Vol, 1 No. 1, of fltelntUpen^M, the \\wAV\\vee)i)y cs- iablished at Waiisaukeo, Wis., by Messrs Wintber & Douville. It is a neat five !oiiimn. eight page paper, welt edited and attractive sheet, We wish Messrs Winthor & IJbnville unlimited success i u their venture A coNtEMFOKAUV truthfully* says that newspaper ..subscriptions are infallible tests of men's honesty. They^vill soon- er or later discover the man. ~\"If he is dishonest ho will cheat the printer in some way—-says ho has paid what he has not—declare that he has a receipt somewhere--or sent tin money and it w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 November 1895

l6bi COUNTY DfeMoettA^r ^ I J k 6 i | 6 N BAY, WIS^ SrOVJ3MBEIt 2, 1815 EVER. :.f BETTER THAN j -. • - • - - , . . : • , • • • • , . , „ - . , , f MRS. T,J. PE^GH m : . VMS returned with u # ^BRIGH T HEW S T 0 B 8 O F 3 «K Fail , Choices tloods ! t o w Prices ! C A L I A S U KXAMIKK te=pH It two doors north of Shimmcl's Brotery. 4 IN TH&JGOUNTY. FOKESTVIIXK. Jos. Meyers left for Manitowoc on' Tuesday, for a brief visit with friends and relatives. Patsey Waters, who has done a large share of the threshiiipr \"ere this fall finished his last job on Wednesday. Harlow Fuller will give a turkey shoot at the corners next biinday. All good marksmen, and those who think they are good, are invited. • • NASiiiWAVl'CE. Jennie Hurry will leave for Marinette early next-week. Miss Amelia.Dombroskey is home for I a few weeks visit. A. Zwiekey, left Monday tor Rapid Kiver to work in the lumber woods. Miss Ella Maloney, of Marinette, is visiting with her parents here for a few days. Miss Marie ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 November 1895

'tM®M$:'^w:.&':\\y.-'. \"'^i '.u'':\"b ~v'^':-xvy:^va v-^ *^\"MlI w •':• yMHwiuikt*, -•WJs.i Oct )3C^By:'tf h e e x - jphwioh pif a iiattffiT II«H1 in\" th« tiayttl i *eene in the third act of the \"Captain /'.Paul''- company, at tht\\ Bijou theater,, ja«t evening, jiist before the show was atwtrt to begin, MtA D o Liaser, wh o had .'^dui-rgeof the stage setting for the troupe, had hit*.- right leg shot off at the thigh, v.^Tbfl- explosion caused a terrific report •that shook the entire stage. Th e uext womenf loud cries wen* hoard and the tMidie^ieo kitew tltat an accident had -oc- imrred, but was not informed of Its na- tnftv Hit* injured uian wit* removed t o tti KniMiSt'iM-y hospital, where his leg was amputated. H o only lived about 1wc» hours. Th e accident caused great •sorrow among the members of the com* ''.finny and it was with difficulty that the winy wa s presented last evening,, BTOEP TO A CRISP, C o n d u c t o r Rodd M e e t s a Horrible D e a t h in a Collls...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 November 1895

& g $ ^ ^ WIS., NOVEMIJEIl .2, 1805. Highest of all in Leavening Pwer.^I^it MIRE ljltce * n A n g e l . What has struck the state of Texas? What Uae got into the land? : Does she want to be an angel. And with the angels stand? —Detroit Free Press. W i s c o n s i n P a t e n t s . ' Patents for the following Wisconsin Inventions are reported for this week by Erwin,\". Wheeler & Wheeler, 58 and 59 Loan and Trust building. Milwaukee, Wis. These attorneys will furnish the \"Inventors' Handbook\" free on request. James V. Cummines, Milwaukee, device for preventing fraudulent refilling of bot- tles Frank Hays, Superior, driving gear Albert Holecek, Reedsvllls, saw set: EllUn LlppHt and K. J. Pope, Eau Claire, button- making machine Alton Ripley. Oshkosh, ap ?Ilance for suspending.. drop harness Mar In 3. Week and F. \" \" collector. 9 . Meson, Oshkosh, dust W o n d e r l a n d M u s e u m Gives the best 6how in Milwaukee re- gardless of price. Two theaters and in- teresting Curio...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 2 November 1895

^S^SBN^S^i^^W^^^^^^^^I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^ilSSii^S^^^^iS ':?**«% t:.*ii«lw^ S This hotel has been newly «sfurat«Uwl and \"jWtttVidtb^tigljout.andoffers*the verybest-of *ccmtmo(iati5Ui for tfco traveling public. Hot «id tsoJd water baths ..FirKtifelttsB sample -*pb«iS-:Free 'bus to ana frmnnl! boats, una Strains, Rates «* and fi.SJ per flay. : •i..\\ :\\ ::sTiJROEdj{.:BAy, wis. ,-.,•. BAV^HOKK MOTEL, . : . . . . . :-•• '•-'. A. ,?. RKM^SKIS, Prop. •.-.•' • First Class nceottimoiiaifww tor ruais »c«d 'beast.:'-::A. «boil Katnpie- rkm.eornioett SvJth : p i fiouKC, ., • -Kates reasonable. /: ''J'.y:\\-':' SAAVVKB. l.iOdB.GO.i-Wis.' '•'.. iJ»IK$TTVATIONAL irOTBfcf •,.- / .tOHX IJKIUiLltsON, Prop. v^-ti'vAw^rdftl',.:.- -.'.':r::'.-.\"':- . Highest ttonoii^oiM * F«iiv HI A w« Uoi(tercel house. l»«:Btly enlarged from An-.srior.ia, Alum or any other adulterant, and newly th..ted. \"' AO YEARS THE STANDARD. vGooit barns,.Spetlatattontimr.ES.veu .to Hie . M ' ...r-.:.'. ,',y. j.,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 9 November 1895

fe-fe f^SS^: l:' VOL. 3 THINGS THAT WILL ARRIVE TO-OAY. Here is where your get \"Up to |)ate'*Gofl!rts tor yourCasli, AH wool Serges, in all the leading shades a t . . . : - : . ' . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5 c Novelty Plaid Dress Flannels at... 5 0 c Fleeoe Dow'n Outiiig flannel at.. 0 9 c Sagamore Doinct Flannel a t . . . . . 05 C Quincy Domet Flannel at. . . 0 9 c RoyafDonietFlannel a t . . . . . . . . . 0 7 e Best and Fast Color Cheek Ging- . ham a t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . • . . 0 6 c Wide Bine and White Prints at., p 8 e Dark Dress P r i n t s . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . Otic Plaid Dress G o o d s . . . . . . . . . — '.'.' 0 5 c LaBelleGrcpon............^....... 121 c CO inch Repellant (old style water p r o o f ) . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . •• * « e Ice Wool Shawls..................'• 8 5 c lee Wool Shawls....... Fascinators, large size. .-.'..$1.15 . . . . . 3 0 c 4 0 c bOCftL. STUROEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1895. DO...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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