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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 November 1895

iiiKk^&^'lfc?£:':i^ j g j P ^ j ^ i i ^ l i ^ ^ | $ * 0 m WOHWNf i CO., -: - PnWlsfierj. . ' -- :^y~-f—-*-r—— '... Jaokaon, Mich.. Off Jeers Have Hard i'vvo'V WbrktO! SubduaaGan g .'' v/^V. y.Vv '.^it^-'Coiivictii. :• . :^ Jacksrtn, Mich , Nov. 20—There wrw •ATdesperate riot at the state prison fhjs morning. Deputy Warden Northrup Was struck on the head with a hammer and I* thought to have been fatally in- jured, Supt. Coffee of the shirt factory Wa» -badly beaten, as was also Foreman . Muller. The enraged convicts smashed several .'machines.'. The trouble was caused by Foreman Muller threatening to report Dk k Huntley, 20 yearn obi, for not doing work properly. The con- •vlets, after much difficulty, were con- trolled and locked np. IXOEAL TOHBOXE. Symbols of Happiness and Prosperi- ,^':'':' :::tyt the: . CormlcR Ntfptiars, - • %|W -•.'Yorli,:\" - Now' .T.~riK8- Edith RockofeHer was^harried to Harold S. Mc- Cormiek at the'tatter's apartments in the Buckingham hotel at 12:30 o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 November 1895

$6$|fc ^ BAYVWIS., NOYEMBER 30,1895, NOVEMBER. : thou ate Sek-ie, and quaint chilly winds our marrows '.mildness' thaws our November' .'.queer. One day, til . '. ,. freeze ... * -Another, summer \"' ki H's : \"'./:.. : -\".,:.'..\" -•. Today, dark rain clouds gather moi-st and drear ,: \\:.---.r-: Tomorrow, winter's snow seems drawing . • ' liear . ,-•''•': - •'\"...' - -•' One mouiolit lit the grasp•. of\"-grip we ' • sneeze, , •.••••'.:\",•• ••./', :,: .,' ••-•••' The itcs t in.asthma's clutches .choke ami wheeze '- . :'•'•'-..:'.. •••-..••'\". One day We quaff the dog days' tipple beer. Another only Tom gin nils the hill And: then again to/tope aught else than /\"-.//: fyC// ••..'• /\":/ *tiie\\s, vitals doth, with anguished panic fill. And gives to Tom gin's blandishments ...-' the lie: Thou hast, in short, hiit/one redeeming ,,/tMlf-— ..//'\"' . . TbanksgivlUg, and the turkey's last estate. •// ./-/•// ' :'\"V'Sey York Evening Sun. HER FATHER'S SECRET. Emily Vane sa t a t the d...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 November 1895

lifaf^atN^^-Virf DOOR COUNTY DEMOCEAT:^'&««i'*^ , 8TCBGEON BAT , WIS., XOVEMBER 3 0 189 5 ilfiii^^ f|fi§l*M \"£pppr*iorimarrt -Co^rrilraii© ?fil®--Jrlfi^^n^^obe Sure'' ^'v1 ^-'cS^IS?'-^ ^ ^ i v l&aaladm ' '.Wis-. • .' . 3Pf&W. ?&-~{$p^ai.3--- t^l'^^^^-jptttl^dofei ' \\ of!.'.-itbe:{icjKisfatf TO-'-«pj*pr^: S #o^misatdcoi^ Stevoniiii^^ s o «dy,\"the silver-haired senator from Ap- iftfpleionj \"Wlio came in just after the brief iOe?eft'ing:' session hud closed. The after-.- ':.^'»t»n spswou, aftor Mr. Turner finished ? iJOi muling of his report, was devoted v » h(?Ari(ifr objections from pontons otit- r «14e thev ('OihhiitiM! to different portions «£• tho sieh«Iuie None of tite objections 'vjtfere «f swat importance, bdnjfcntirply ^t'^^to'Jtbe-.'.cotastractiou^of.-AiMieJablr':''^' ^\\t.-''^k)(iAtor':Miili»-ii&fl4e an Earnest pica for two tissetabhrnieu for the district now ^mpoKwi of the counties of Bayfield, Burnett, Sawyer and Washburn, with a •o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 November 1895

\"tJOBi'COtTKTfHtoEilOGfi^:ST^Bfe|? BAY, WIS., NO\\T3MBER 30, 1891$. heleft you.'9 Even the childrenrecognizeSantaI Glaus Soap as one of the good things1 of life—-and why not ? It keeps! their home clean and makes their] mother happy. Try it in yourhome. J Sold everywhere. Made only hy* the N. K. Fairbank Company, CHICAGO. Timely Warning. The great success of the chocolate preparations of the house of Walter Baker & Co. (established in 1780) has led to the placing on the market many misleading and unscrupulous imitations of their name, labels, arid wrappers. Walter Baker & Co, are the oldest and largest manu- facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are used in'their manufactures. Consumers should ask for, and be sure that they get, the genuine Walter BakerfcCo.'s goods. WALTER BAKER & CO., Mmited, DORCHESTER, MASS. ^ PIERCED BY A DRILL. ) The Iron Entered H1H B.»eU ami Cam* Out Through Ills,lUbs.tti\" 1 Ho *.ied i . VThey \...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 30 November 1895

n D O O R C O U i^Slill^^YTN O f L c a d l n i r F i r m s a n d Egtablinh- ' ^ -::.: : HI2IW»^^ •Thistjote! \"has be^tr newliy i m f ^ l ^ e d and iStWUtto throughout, and offer* the v'eiy best of '«^ibU(kUtti6tt«i»4bo:ttaveUi)g:imi4Io.'''.'.'Ho. infl cold water Baths. Fi?st-cla«8 sample «««» Free -»us to ond from all boats and , twrinu. Bate's 81.00 dnd#t.50 per day. j: ' \"•:•\":':-.\" : -Os'^RGEQN': BAY, WiS. •: :' BAY SUOllB MOTBL, ':'' ..,,,.,.^ (f:: ^ :v JKrst ClassVdcco^mirioflailons for inatiana *eaBt, : Agooa aample room connect*a With ^ this House,. Hat^s reasonable. . -v' \\ . ?:'!.% :: SAW^R, isoOft c wis.:-' JCUKST NATIONAL HOTfcL, ^•*:Jv' : V : :JOi«'Sf- l»BB«KBSON,^rop. V, • ' : A •well-ordered Souse. Beccntly enlarged and newly nttetf* \"•. :\\:'-.. Goodbarns. Jipcclalatumtioa «iveij to the :*aiits of fanners and their teatms. Wines, LiquofiianiCtenr3 :.-. rV^ : : ': 3TijROEOisr«Ayt.Wi8. • :• . | (WON HOTKL. V S t MOKt.LkB, Proprietor. Coraer of cedar...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 December 1895

VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS/SApiRDAY,DECEMBER 7, 1895. NO. 46. DO YOU EVER STOP TO THINK Why is it that each Aveelt we take the time to write a new advertisement for this paper? It would be a useless ex- penditure of time and money if we could not thereby gain your confidence, by selling you just what we advertise, and to place befoi-e yon the good things we have in store for you, at all times ready to save you 'money and thereby save a little for ourselves. Footwear. •' • •• : ==anThgreatly WEALWAYSUAD. Mens Wool Boots.. . . . . . 60C Mens Heel Lumbermen's rubbers.$1,25 Mens Heel Lumbermen's rubbers, roll edge. $1,6 0 Mens Erie high top lace rubbers, plain edge.. $2.15 Mens York high top lace rubbers, roll e d g e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.00 Boys rubberSffov socks, 11,12 and 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . -...' Boys rubbers for socks, i to 0.• Ohildrens rubbers for shoes... Misses rubbers for shoes...... Misses storm rubbers... Ladies storm rubbers. — Ladies Blue L...

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

ftpqBjjfr^^ C0SGRESS. v:,' ''..y'/: V'V:'': '\"•\"• ':'. Senate. '.,:'::' trac:S«»inJ jplimgoU Into ren) business oh * the 3d, •• the second day of tllC «*OSJ*I«II '••••tvSntiiralfy the VrettUlont'tiinewawattracted 'i ito' iitoin attention of the day. but itKlrte \"tram' this Own1 wore Htirring resolutions : Oti ttiVf Monroe doctrine and the Cuban re- :hellion.an after thnt.the usnal )eltig of -•bill* awl resolutions, minting fur up into tffc hundred*. Tb message was given tlio closest ntten- tlort from nit quarter* of the chamber. At !W JCoiH'ltwIon Mr. l»odg Mans. oftcreA ft rcsolutloii, -.vigorous. In terms.. reaffirming ,flm principles of tlic* Monroe doctrine uml , i»n-nt'utlritr .them lu such form us 10 permit theirchaetwent nit n permanent luw rather tti«»« tin exjircMsiloii Of the -policy iidvocnted : l»y IMW.tleiit: Monroe, Jifi the same line was n resolution by Sir. Collom rill.) and im- «tlit*r liv Mr. Alton tl'op.. Neb.) .'•'. The Cuban situation recolveil Att...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 December 1895

BOOB COtJNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS.,'DECEMBER T, 1895. — \" \" ' • i — — • — — . — » , _ ^ . . less of our currency needs, -which for more ' than fifteen years diluted our circulating me- aiura. undermined confidence abroad In our financial ability and at lost culminated in distress and panic at home, has been recently stopped by the' repeal of the Jaws which forced this reckless scheme upon the coun- try. Things thus accomplished,' notwithstand- ing their extreme importance and beneficent effects, fall far short of curing the monetary evils from which we suffer as a result of long indulgence in ill-advised financial ex- pedients. The currency denominated United States notes, and commonly known as greenbacks, •was issued in large volume during the late Civil war and was intended originally to meet the exigencies of that period. It will be seen by a reference to the debates In Congress at the time the laws were passed authorising the issue of these notes, that their Advocates ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 December 1895

ijo^icdiw^ iMRtKWNtyDEIIIOeRftTi Xnttredal tM Post Office at Sturgeon. Bay a* J . J^ piNWBIT PBINTIN© CO ^ J v P I N N E y , Hditor. •uiSCMIPTION PrllOC, »1.60 P*H Y«A«. S U R S E 5 N BAY, WIS., DEC 7, »»5. EDITORIAL. DOSING the past two months, tho out- side cattle buyers have paid out to Door county farmers, in cash, upwards of 822,- 000. Who says the railroad is of no benefit to the farmers of thiscouutyr And where is the newspaper that claims to have prevented thecounty from being bonded to secure a railroad ten years a g 0 ' , , _ _ _ ' „ „ . GOVKUNOK Upham will call a special session of the legislature to gerryman- der the state in order that Sawyer may possibly be elocted to the U. S. Senate next fall. Awl in return Sawyer prom- iseshis support for Upham's renomiua- rion for governor. This arrangement will put the local Sawyer organ in a bad pickle, because if Sawyer says so, thesloping organ will also be obliged to support Uphahi-s rcnomination, even in the face of all...

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

BOOK COUNTY DEMOCBAT/STCBCfcEtWS BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 7, 1895. IN Tttfe GQUIHTY. GARDNER. Mary Marshek: visited With friends at Ahnapee and Green Bay,for a few days last week. Mr. R. H. McDonald, teacher of Dist, No. 1, spent a few days with his parents at Ahnapee,\" last week. Miss Lncy Jenkins, who has been vis- iting with relatives and friends at Me- nominee, returued here, recently. Rev. Ft*.\"Penning*, of Njiniur, and an- other priest, of Montreal, are holding a Mission here during this week, at the St. John's church. Miss Merance Conard. who has been away for about two months visiting with relatives in Northern Michigan, return- ed to her home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Auton Krause left re- centlyfor Little Cedar. Mich., where they will be employed in cooking in one of the camps. Willie Smith left, also, for the same place. To Locate In Gardner. A special dispatch from Fond do. Lac to the Milwaukee Journal, dated Nov. 30, says that Bishop Grafton otthis dio- cese will soon have...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 December 1895

^ q o f e c c ^ yiVThiKW ain't what the? UsciCr tie,\"- v Kwrywliere: one KIWI*, \"''.\" ••..:-•••\" •'.•. - •VVOM git I t l n yer poetry•\".•••'.'•.•' : ' •,: •:y.'-Ait', iiketvlisn In yer proa?,-y ' •/•'•/:\" • Aisylwiy: knows they «in*t. . •'^'vl',lffy.' years ago : liJtrt J»av no .'I«c(!-J.' •Â«Â» yV 'iTt-iryt'li'rt hard an' slow. ,. Lddn't have tw^ pa cements down, v Wfi'n'tilo'leetrle light ','•.--••• • Took y e r ^ I W B M on helif roWbwl y :. At. eigiit o'clock (it night, v .*'Tir«i(W niii't what they uscter he i I'iciureijflfipmi' quaint ••-\" ' Every ht I*live tcr BM I'm- l tilte that they/niii'tV ' :. '•• —WtiHhttigton Kirtr. CULTURE, ttUi 'Hum. n village Wlrtcaere. The 'ftptlre, ••fresh ffo i. Oxford, S c e n e A cottage. 't'lii'. JhpUre. (entering thecottage.) — tiood morning, Sato. 1 thought I should find you.'ht. 8»ta—Lord bb'«« my soul, if it hain't Master Tomtiiy! Well, ho w you've : grnweii. .wf.' A-comitr on nicely, that is: tt'lin! yiiirnrc, Feeds you well...

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

BOOB COIXNT^ DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., ITECEMBER 7, 1895. ! T r i c k s o f M e x i c a n P i c k p o c k e t * . JTwo German gentlemen were talkiag a t the corner of First Plateros street, .fust off the entrance of the JPortal, when sud- denly one of them w a s roughly pushfe'd.by a pelade. Th e German tried t o remon- strate and even made motions with his cane to punish the offender. A t this mo., ment his companion felt a Stinging pain in the baek of his neck. ^Another pelado had thrown ahurning match inside of his collar arid naturally made him throw up his hand, and while so doing the pick- pocket grabbed the man's watch and chain and ran away, followeed by a po- liceman. Th e ratero wa s not caught. The G - m a n ' s timepiece wa s a silver one, of little value, and what the Tueton, felt most keenly wa s the burning of his neck. -^Mexican Herald. o And pains of rheumatism can becuretl by remov- InRthe cause,lacticacid In the blood. Hood's Sar- sanarina cures rheumatism by ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 7 December 1895

^ $ o | i o 8 ^ H ''\"'\"''''OTJEL«RliMOJS*r,:-::' - ::,-x-.x\"\"-vx-x'i This hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers.theyew best of »ccomm6aatIon« tor the traveling public,, Hot and eoid water hath*. . BHr8tr«a»H»^8^aplo rooms. Free \"bus to and from all boats and tmiB», Rates $1.00 and *1.60 peraay. strcRGEbNUAY.WIS. x- :. . BAY SHOBE HO'tEL, A. J . FKLI.NER. Prop. - .' . FJr«t Class accoroniodatipris tor mail anil beast. A good Kiinipie room connected with -tjiJsHouBc. Bates reasonable. : FIRST NATIONALMOTEI-, JOH N BEttOKKSON, Prop, A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good barns. Special attention «lv«\"o to the want* of farmers and their teams.. Wtncsf, tiquoraaad Cigars. StURfiEON BAY, WIS. 1 f*IOJ HOT.tX, *- M, MOEM.KH, Proprietor. Corner of Cedar and Garland Streets. One block from Depot, two blocks from Steam-. ••' hoatDoel:. , Thin Hotel i» now open to the public, and Offors superior, accommodations. ,1\\ur,nac,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 December 1895

SiilPI!^ VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., S A T ^ D A Y , DECEMBER 14, 1805. NO. 47. IN BOURGEON Bf\\Y This was never truer than at the present time, especially if you do your Christmas shopping with us, $ 3 , $ 3 . 5 0 , $ 4 ...\" CHENILLE CURTAINS. : Nothing could bemore appropriate for a present, per pair,. • .-• • CHENTLLE SPREADS. \". : • 1 yard square, large assortment of c o l o r s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 0 c Larger and Fiuer a t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,...... . 9 5 c , $ 1 . 1 5 , $ 1 . 2 5 up to $ 1 . 7 5 LINEN TABLE CLOTHS. Assorted Colored Borders White or Bordered, 1 doz. Napkins to match.. Turkey Red. 7-4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Turkey Red, 10-4. Turkey Red, 8-4, Finest Quality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 5 c , 9 0 c . up to $ 2 . 2 5 . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . $ 3 . O 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 5 c . . . . . . . . $ 1 . 1 5 . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . $...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 December 1895

ftpofrcby^ S T U R G E O N BAY , W I S . i h mm pwuifflc co., - - nmttn. '•*(''' ' '-'»». ' ' J .'!'•.•!'\"'.! •.\"•J...... ' . ,, m TO IMPEACH BAYARD. •• — — ~ * — — - M a s s a c h u s e t t s C o n g r e s s m a n G e t s A f t e r t h e A m b a s s a d o r t o Britain. Washington, D. C„ Doc. 10.—Two Massachusetts Ropnblieati congressmen cunsed sensations soon after tin?Hous e assembled toduy. Representative SIc- Cnll offered a resolution calling upon- tin- President to report to the House v hethor ho had taken any steps to ascer- tain if reports of speeches of Ambax- sador Bayard had delivered in Knglnnd and- Scotland wore true, and if true what step, if any, had been taken to re- call or censure said Bayard. Sir. MeCreary (Dem., Ky.) immediate- ly objected, when Mr. MeCali*s colleague, Imrrelt (Rep.. MUKH.) came forward to a •iWHtioji of privilege and, sending to the clerk's desk, had road a resolution for the impeachment of Mr. Uimud . Both resolution* complained of Mr. Baya...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 December 1895

BOOR COUNTS DEMOCRAT, StffellGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER 14, 1805. \" t l N I S . \" _. U'y, sin Ohl-Fasbloned Novel Reader! u when we finished a tali* of old, I lie thing was through, ana the story told. I.ui. when we shot up a tale that's \"X«v,\" 'there's utile told, ami there's nothing \"through.\"' Willi neither beginning, middle, nor end, YVe do not j.art with a hook as a friend. Finis: Tho word seems Ironical sport. II is not finished, lint snapt oft\" short. Like the poor maid's hose by the blackbird's beak In the* \"Snug of Sixpence.\" That tale was wt ak, ' Ending iu naught, like an alley blind. But onr story-spinners appear to llnd T h e i r moral there. Their tales don't close, But break off short—like the poor maid's nose: • All. iue! for a few of tin* fine old cliaps \"Who -rave us meals, not were dishes of scraps. -Punch. A HUNT FOR A DINNER. The invitation, which was addressed to M. and Mate. Tamponed, read as fol- lows: ' * • • \" W e have just received a hamper con- ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 December 1895

.jpjjjfij^^ liaison i:Mii*Hti vtths Pott ?J(ci at Sturgeon Sapm J.• J..-,Tt?rJStJt-»^. E d i t o r . (s»0«»0«ll«TIOM PHIC«. tl.JO P M YMR. STURGEON BAY, WIS.. DEC. 14, ^95 were too tfpt to sow the seed on rough ground and drag atid level it after- wards. This was wrong. Much ofseed would be covered too deep to grow and that sowed oh elevationswould bedrawn into the lower places. The seeding would be uneven, too thick in some places and too thin in others.- He called attention-to Mr. Taylor's statement that two quarts of clover seed to the acre was enough if it allgrew, but recom- mended six. Here was a waste of two- thirds of the seed, and with probably poor results. The seed bed should be thoroughly prepared, pulverized and leveled, before the seed is sown the covering is uniform, and the crop is even. • ' Another subject was proper cultiva- tion, after the crop was up. The object of this was to subserve moisture aad aid the growth of the plant, not to kill the weeds. Of cou...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 December 1895

D O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T ^ S T U K 6 E O N B A Y , W I S . , D E C E M B E R 1 4 1 8 9 5 . IN Tfi&jOOUNTYi BAftEVS HAKBOK. Don't forget the dauee at the Park Hotel, Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs. I'M.Tleck, of Sturgeon Bay, spent a few days here last week. Mr. Fred Breumrner and Mi's. (Jus Pfeifcr visited at HorseshoeBay Monday. What makes Chas. Panter smile so much of late, oh, Us a little girl at his •home..-. . '' Three vessels are ice hound in our harbor, and will lay up here for the winter. John Kniskern expects to complete the interior of his building the last of next week. Tom Torgersbn left for Green Bay last Monday ttfvisit with her sister Mrs. Jorgenson. i 11 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harbers and daugh- ters visited Mrs. Harbers parents at Ephraim, Sunday. Contractor C. J. Olson returned last Wednesday from Marinette with a load •of lumber for the station. Farmers who can afford to hold their timber for better prices, will get out but little forest products this wint...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 December 1895

DOOB COUNTY DEMOCBAT, STUBGEON BAT, WIS., DECEMBER 14, 1895. : ':^trie s^Stairte4= aty:ppppsite'/ Ends | i ^ i ' ? J l f f M : ' : : i i i i Several Other / ^'^^Tyv^ . Kaces'-Destroyej,, • !i CHiiron, Wis., D e c 10,—A fire started In the barn of the Western bouse at iOr45 d'clo: hist night and was goon cotamwnicttted to /the hotel. Firenieu feert qhiekly on the spot and began to :s fight the flames. When •the fire was at J** height iit:pV)H«v»H from the lower part, of town that the largo mill of the Chilton Store and Milling company was m tirt Nothing '•'.could •\"•he spared for : this except the hand engine and the mill .• • wa s doomed. •••'••.•'.. The whole t i w n w a s in a state of ex- citement as it w h s believed incendiaries were at~wark and it was thought the «ity would he burned. Greetf Bay ivas asked for help and an engine from there is expected ovt-ry-' mm- .'.UtC^ How the two fires at opposite ends of the town started no one at» yet knows. •-.-Incendiarism, howeve...

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

^ 0 b R COTJISTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., DECEMBER .14, 1805. _ Th e collection o f clocks isitBunde & tflMneyer's, Milwaukee, is a strikingly captivating one. -. .v.':'--}''. v ,\"..-'- —An '/expedition\" sent ant /from St. Fotersburg four months tigo to collect Russian popular/ 'jsoug* in gthe pro/inces has already secured over a hundred wjngsi many of them o f 'f0ni$rjQiittiqfiii$.: Remember That pood health, strong nerres, physical Tlgor, happiness and usefulness depend upon pure, rich, healthy blood. Kemember that the blood can he mad|pure rich ana healthy betaking Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purlfler. $i e for $5. Hood's puis curehiUQusness, headache. 250. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bel ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, b y more promptly adapting th e world's best products to the needs o f physical being, will attest the valine to health of th e pure liqui...

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