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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 August 1896

i9?$wi^ TThc Democratic TMa. Is ta E!e« ,•': .The ^puMlcan-'-'Theory '/.is to,- ' legislate :'• jrirr Wealth^'.. With the Working Classes tooking to TheirEmployers For- What :••: : ' Bonrity:'::!they:- May .' Choose to Bestow. - Two Theori'es.oJ! Government. Contrasted. !!^CTro are two ideas of government. Thereare those who believe thatif yon just legislateto make the well to do prosperous their prosperity will leak ihroiigh on, those below. The Demoorat- !JC idea has been that if you legislate to in^e the triasses prosperons their prog- perity will find its way up and through every classand rest upon it—William .% Bryan in the Chicago Convention. In this telling contrast Mr. Bryan has uttered not only an epigram, but a eci- eritiflo formula. The Republican theory of the relations of the government with the national prosperity is and has been literally as ho states it. The influence of this theory has been especially marked in the tariff policy with which the name of William McEin...

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 — 22 August 1896

^ O ^ COUN^ f IfiMOGJ^% STUltOEON BAY, WIS., AUGUST 22 , 18SMJ THE LOST CHtLDBEN O F T H E CITY. {A Been* at thia station house.J \" If ave hope fehind. all ye Who enter here.\" As the sad Florentine upon the gate • : : ' • _ Otendless night beheld those words of fate, 60 darken they our thought aa we draw near These haunts unused t o prayer or softening teaV,«.-: •. \"•••' ' •.•• . : But, lot' like flowers tttat on -fire's pathway :•••: • wait ' • / - To comfort lands laid waste and desolate. How the lost children light these shadows drear! ' \\,'''.y As tinkling springs that on a sudden greet The traveler in a wild, rook set and soar, Bo rise the tones of childish laughter sweet— • Of little ones boguiied of grief and fear. Then seems some tender echo to repeat, \"There yet is hope, all yo who enter here!\" —Edith M. Thomas in Century. A WOMAN^S C6TOAGE. \"My God, colonel, we're surrounded! Morgan's men are on-as!\" - It was in 1863, at the time when John Morgan ana his famous ba...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 August 1896

^^^^^^^m D O O R C O C N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A T , W I S . , A U G U S T 2 2 1 8 9 6 . TTjBi E . K. MOBKI», : P H Y S I C I A N ' ! A N D S U R G E O N . STURGEON? SAY, WIS.. •.- ••:•. Office over Relchel's Drug Store. Residence Connected! toy telephone. •TTOTBi TIIEMONT, **'•• H»It,MA?? & .JOHXSON, Fropa.---... This botel has been netvly refurnished ana refitted throughout, ana offers the very best of aecommodationis for the traveling public. Hot and cold water, baths. First-class sample Tooms. Free 'bns to and from all boats end trains. Rates 81.00 and 'ft.50 per day, STURGEON* BAY, WIS. BA * SHOKK HOTKL, A. «T. FFXLNKK, Prop. I First Class accommodations for man and j beast. A good sample room connected with tots House. Rates* reasonable. SAWYER, BOOH CO.. WIS. : ^*£f:X. '^&&®e4&0 :0^ ! *' - a. Highest Hoirieii^VdrM^ Fair, pCET ~ CREA M ^ BAKING MOST PERFECT.MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 August 1896

I'-^fvjjSf'-JS^X^ VOL. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., S^TtJRDiiY, ^0t$T^'9i^e^. m It,. m WiWa :. | |:^^8pml \" your Pickles • '-.by-'\" iw^rara^ |'--A ^:/S -..Kelchel'g Old Stand. iawai ? fcnrxnosoF- SUMMER GOODS -IS VERY COMWJSTE. i TRIMMED HATS ''•to great variety and at prices to suit the times :•:???... and the purses ol my customers. Kjiefas win certainty find it to their advantage to call at my parlors before purchasing elsewhere. MRS. b. D. MOWRY. What I know it is the greatest shame in lite, » But who among them, save per- haps myself. Returning hungry home but asks wife What beef, not books, she has upon the shelf- Excursion t o St. Paul . •••' For the accommodation. :3tifbs wholion. want to attend the G. A. It. Eticamp- , - This brand on any package containing'flour : is * guarantee of absototel'nJ-Sty and High- -'.«**Quality. . • ', .••• , .. . ••. .- i ASS ywa- proeer for and faislat on Retting it, If ya« want tlic best floor made. :J \\Z*J~ 8AJLE OSLV B Y — : '•..-.• JQrtN F...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 August 1896

:-W: ^^^^0^M^^^^^^S^M^^^^^^^^^^^ .ffE SEft'NS HIS LETTER- WITH FREE .•:\\^:. ::'r:rvVpsil,VEft'v\" -.r,,:..:V *oi Which He I* Unalterably Opposed, and Says Protection I» of Supreme Im- portance—Brief Note* or the Gold Dem- ocratic Conventions. Canton, O., Aug. W.—Major McKiniey's Jetter of acceptance was i8sued«yesterday. It is a plain, practical and strong presen- tation of the principal issues of the pond- ingcampaign from a Republican stand- point, of easy comprehension by all read- ers. It la devoted principally to the dis- cussion of what ho considers the three great questions of the campaign—honest money, protection and reciprocity. About one-third—thefirst—ofthe message Is de- voted to a consideration of the free silver question. Ho announces that ho is un- alterably opposed to any such policy. 1'roponos no New 1'olicy. He holds that the Republican position in tho pending campaign la no \"new de- parture,\" but that Its proposition to main- tain gold and silver coin at a pa...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 August 1896

DOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, ST13&GEON BAY, WIS. A1T0UST 29 . 1896 . Convention at Bay City Nom- inates a ticket. IS HEADED BY CHARLES R. SLIGH. The Selection of Candidate for Governor '''Left to Ex-Senators Burt and Hopkins Michigan Gold Democrats Meet at tan - •Ingand Put a Ticket in the Field—Con- vention of Iowa Xational Democrats— Wisconsin Gold Democrats. B a y City. Mich., Aug. 27.—The three- ring political aggregation all got un - der one tent. The conference commit- tee reported in favor of adopting the following head for the ticket: \"Demo- cratic People's Silver ticket,\" with the vignette of Candidate Bryan. The Pop- ulists and Silver party men were given a combined vote equal to the Demo- cratic vote, and the state nominations were to be made in a mass convention. The candidates agreed between themselves to leave the selection of a candidate for governor to ex-Senators Burt and Hopkins, one a Democrat and the other a free sllverite. The propo- sition took the convention by...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 August 1896

7'v*, 49pOW&^^ DOO R mMiY mmmt:.iicans' Entered at the pQtl Office at Stttr/feoii Bay at '••'••\"•[ second class matter. ':V '\",: Pnllnhed every Saturday by th e J . J . PINNEY PRINTING VCQ* -J. J. P I N N E Y , Hdlttpr. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.50 PER YEAR. STURGEON\"BAY, WIS., AUGUST 29. For President—. ^WILLIAM JENNINGS KKVAN, ' of Nebraska. For VJce-Preg|leiit '.jV ARTHI7B HEWAtt,. of Maine. '.., £^ t Tlie,Hoiie8t Dollar, :TW dollar our (laddies used to get, The dollar they used to give. : I» the silver dollar on which w« bot, Ob Jong may this dollnr live. ••'•'Tw»« an honest dollar in those «nod days, ~ I»ray why Is It not honest now, Ifrweiwei for a dollar tiy him who pay*, ,,•••. •Tl8 a BOlld doll-.vr I vow. The \"gold but:\" would scale it» value one-half • UecauHoM* dollar bus doubled, Ah !hofoar» InNovcinber we'll privc htm thelauBh • And his soul is greatly troubled. He would puil the wool ovnr populists eyc», Befuddle thulr brains with his litis, .'•* Buttto...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 August 1896

ii0mm0^ik DOOR COUTSTY BEMOCRAT, STII1M3EON BAY, tins.* At^tST 20j 1896. Aii infant child, aged one yeai-, of Mr, add Mrs. Ole Christian'son, died from cholera infantnm. The funeral Was held Aug. 16. Martin Kaudson, keeper of the Pilot Island light, will be transferred to the new light-house on Phi in Island, and Gottfred, Hanson will\" be promoted to keeper of the Pilot Island light. About thirty men are employed on the construction work of the new light- house on Plum Island. A \"range light\" and a building for a steam fog signal is also to be constructed. Neither the lights nor the fog whistle will be ready for use this year but-will commence with the opening of navigation in the spring of '97. Capt. Ingar Olsen, of the Plum Island L. S. Station, was married on the Island, Thursday, Aug. 20th., Miss Emeline Tews, of Milwaukee, being the bride, A. Gudmundsen performing the mar- riage ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendricks, Mr. Brand? and Miss Olson, of Bailey's Harbor, were presen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 August 1896

Pofoc,^fo^^q#jMg^^ REPUDIATION. The Real Contest Nov* Before the p e o p l e , . TO MAIHTATJ THE DTVDffi LAW. That \"the laborer Is Worthy of His Hlron—Under Silver the People Made Money Under Gold They Have Beached Bottom Conditions—We Must Have Fair Prices For Domestic Products, In those openingdays of oar presiden- tial campaign wo hear a great deal about \"repudiation.\" The word is used as glibly as if it were as harmless as any of the epithets employed for cam- paign purposes.* One would think, from the frequent use of the term by those who advocate the einglo gold stand- ard^ that the people who are favoring the full remonotization of silver by re- Htoring it to the free coinage rights which it always had until they were surreptitiously destroyed in 1873 were working to bring about repudiation, The United States has not a dollar of paper money that is not redeemable in silver, nor has it over had a dollar of bonded debt not lawfully payable, by its express terms, in coin of t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 August 1896

D O O R C O U N T S M S M O C R A T , S T P B G E O S B A Y , W I S . , A U G U S T 2 9 , 1 8 9 6 . ' ' Ot-0 FRIENDS. •::. flfcere are no friends like old friends, And none eo good and true. •We greet.them when we meet them As roses greet tho dew. ' No other friends are dearer. Though born of kindred mold, And while we prizo the new ones. We, treasure more the old. There are no friends like old friends, •:• Wher'er we dwell or roam, In lands beyond the ocean Or near the bounds of home. And when they sniile to gladden, ! Or sometimes frown to guido, • We fondly wish those old friends Wore always by our aide. There are no friends like old friends To help us with the load That all must bear who Journey O'er life's uneven road. And when uuoonquered sorrows The weary hours invest, The kindly words of old friends Are always found the best. There are no friends like old friends To calm our frequent fears When shadows fall and deepen Through,lifo'B declining years. And when our faltering fo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 29 August 1896

w D O O R C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , A U G U S T 2 9 , 1 8 0 0 . -, *: '5.^'•:DENTlSTi':. :.V' v' Rooms uvie-K Hahn 8 Furniture Store, STDROSJEdN BAY. WISCONSIN. T ) K . K K. MORRIS, : * : P H Y S I C I A ? T AND': S U R G E O N . STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over Reichel's Drugstore, Residence . Connected by telephone. • X A HEILSIAN & JOHNSON, Prop*. This Hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, ami offers the very best of accommodations for the travellnK public. Hot »ad cold water haths. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to end from all boats and trains. Rates $1.00and-*I.WJ per day. STURGEON HAY, WIS. TJAYSMOKK HOTEL, •*•* A, J . PKLLNER,Prop. First Class accommodations for man and beast. A pood sample room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER. DOOR CO., WIS. . /::v-'-,- ,,.:Awarded • : Highest Honors—World's Fair, am • w CREAM BAKING vmm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Amm...

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 — 5 September 1896

It's a Secret m fashionable dressing that every ladyK:9ds«3^/-'.,ic^:^t^ • discovers, that the chief essential of good dress isin the choice of the :&xse^\" m^Mk Wear Perfect Fitting: GOtSete* llfWmppers.\"^.' ^\\ ^perfect fitting Dress for the cost of *$\"•* •' the making. '-'-.' ^ $L00, $1.25, Banner Shirt Waists.— Made of Dark Plaids and Persian Pat- terns with White Collar, Cuffs, and-.\"Front-i $1.00, $1,25, $1.65. The Catholic school opens onMonday next. •'.'-.'..- ' / A drizzling rain fell during Tuesday night and all day Weduesday. A HEAVY work horse for sale cheap- Enquire of E. SPEIG LEBEKS. The first oysters of the season Jip- peared on the'local market last Monday, It is rumored that a new saloon is to be opened up in the now vacant Masse building. Rev. S. Freibeitand wife conducted a Salvation Army service in the city Thursday evening. The Opera House is now lighted with eletrieity and is a great improvement over the oW way. Wm. ISorris has bought out the inter- es...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 September 1896

^liiiiii i • ^ p i ^ t o ^ R ^ ^ Chairman of the NoW York Detegntlijn to •.: -.-*ihe: CSoM^taniard: onvciition SIiOOT» a Telegram from M»«. Prcsirtent Sayitig That Ho Cannot Considerth» Suggestion •''•.'•That .'Hts'-Narao' Ke Placed Before the Convention for Nomination, ... Indianapolis, Sept, 3.—Senator Palm- ier o r Illinois and General Bragg of Wisconsin Wero placed in nomination a% the gold standard Democratic con-^roll •mention for the- presidency, and Palmer ««ras nominated on the first ballot. The rium !a£',iridia.na^ i-ptner'-inafc^^ Mce.ess^'7#he 'intfti6^^ a W hirI, :,arid:j£rv:Byridm^ on theplatform was received with proV longed applause,- . When i Bynurii had finished th^corowittee: on resolu^ tiona presented'-its report. V V The platform, a s agreed^ upon by the committee, declares for a single gold Standard, with such subsidiary coinage as Is necessary without disturbing the parity^ It does not mention interha- tldriaf agreement, and makes no ref- erence to the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 September 1896

IJOOK eotr^TY ixMociRiiT :STIIJ^JEON BAY, wis., SSPTW 5. is&e* |ipI|i|'Sf^l^ fHREE HOURS' MARCH OF TH E BOYS 'IN BLUE. ••\"••'\" •'•'•' INTERESTING ''• % ITEMS CONCEFtNtlNf* OUR OWN READERS. With Hardly n Break in th o line—The l*riiicip»l Feature, to thy .Old Veterans,' of the Encampment an Unqualified. Sac- cess—The Patriots Well Taken Care of. St. Paul,Sept. 3.—Nearly 40,000 veter- ans tramped the streets of St. Paul for eeyeral hours yesterday, renewing the as- Bociations of their youth and feeling in their veins the. martial spirit that ani- mated them in the old days, when they marched through the south as victors, over those whom they now honor as com- rades in the new country that has grown a p since the days when brother was ar- rayed against brother in bitter sectional Strife. The day wes an ideal one for marching, the warm rays of ttio sun bain ? behind the clouds near.y all day, and a slight breeze making the tramp much .easier for those in line. The crowds had BO f...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 September 1896

! ^ ^ j ^ y y y - . j . j . . H i K r c E i r ^ ^ S U B S C R I P T I O N - P B ' j r e t ^ ^ ^ W I l X I A J M t *II2NNIJCO^ B R V A N , : o r N c b r a s k u . '\"':••.. •'.'.. l?o r Vlce-l*te«tdei»t--? / ' A K T I I U B : S K W A t X , o f M a l t i e . • '•\" TUK Advocate says that the National republicanleague meeting Ut Milwau- kee last week was \"the biggest thing of tho kind ever hold In this country.\" The fact of the matter is, it was the \"slimmest\" thing of the kind ever held illi'.th'm country, in point of numbers and in every other way. CiiAs. B. WoLSKfUM, one of the pro- prietors of the Sew York Ztitung, states a falsehood if ho-says there are only two German papers in the oonntry (support- ing Mr. liryan. Wo know of at least a half dozen in this state that areanpport- ln£ him, ami the best German Weekly in Chicago is supporting the Democratic nominees. Of course, a journal^ like l)er Laudsniann, of Union Hay. cannot be expected to be on the side of its readers, ....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 September 1896

' l ^ B ^ C O W ^ S, 1806. • :': :, : mffi$ili Gpuis-ry. r v Threshing is very nearly completed tn this community. . A baby girl anived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jenkins on the 1st inst Eugene Madden, a student of Mar- S'uesdaycollege,Cream uette Milwaukee, returned to the city. Miss Jeannette Hoslett, John Ma- •doche and George Hoslett went to Mari- nette Tuesday to take in the \"Wild West\" show. Miss Lizzie Madoche left on Saturday for Detroit Harbor, where she will teach 4nring the ensuing year. The young people of the place gave her a farewell party on Friday evening. FISH CKKEK. Sam Rogers was here on business the fore part of the week. C! T. Gnstafson visited friends in Sister Bay last week. K/Lundberg, of Marinette, was here on business a few days ago. Miss Josie Samuelson, of Chicago, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. H. Weborg. Pnelon, Bros, have returned from Washington Island with their fishing Bert Thorp, who has been travelling of late, is at preseut spending a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 September 1896

J M ^ ^ ^The lUiie «f the Bankiers Must Come to an End. MQH£ THOROUGHL Y Every Chum of Irfibor Suffers From It—Nol j :y-' . / go/ifcie M^^:iiender.! .•':'•' -::!•• vj Men whowork for wages ebonld re-1 1 1 member that money not only bnyi g- | Bungs, bat that it has to be bought. j j \"A dollar is bought by a workingnsan j ABOUSED. j ivith a certain amount of work. If dol- ! ',-•• j lars are few and workingmon plenty, he,-,j With tfco Gold Cornered by Foreign Spec will have to pay pretty dear in effort | luiator^Vr^actsoa la Cheetah, ProBr^i*fdr his coin. Perhaps he will not even j i Impeded and Froaocer,, impoverished., .* a ^ a u c 0 t o bx^T it at aJV cothor^ *• • ••• . | cause thero are not enough dollars to gc o B i r M o n e y W t o ftnd : D e a , e r a , n ] around or because he cannot or will not | Credit* Fatten. j pay the price. In such eventthe fact i In attempting to maintain an iucon- {•$\"* the dollar he doesn't get ia one^of .Wai t and-untenable position McKin- j | * ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 September 1896

DOOB COUNTY »EMO0RAT i STIJttGEOX BAY, WIS., SEPT. 5, 1S06. A HUSHABY SONG. *£ ^Vl' oh m y ba*y M d liste» and'Hsten- to tun song of the dream children camiwr to thjHil ^ * far off through the dartocsa wi= seetieir oars ' •. . glisten . . As they row softly over sle?p's beautiful sea, They are cowing to thee. They are singing to thee. Lie still, oh, ray baby, and listen and listen! There, hush thee, my baby, and, rocking onti rocking tfar out on the waves of tbo beautiful sea, W© may hear the dream children o-talkhjg and talking Of all the sweet things they are bringing to thee. . _•••'• .\", • .••• Prom over the sea They ore coming to thee, •While out on the Waves we -go rocking and rocking. . So rest thee, my baby, lio still on thy pillow. The. breath or tho dream children blows over thee. They catoh thee, they kiss thee, on each shin- ing billow A9 they paddlo thy boat over sleep's rosy sea. I giro thee, I send thee, Tho dream children tend thee. Thou goest to sea on the sail...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 5 September 1896

fp§o^:§^ Wr M A«'«G.*S^- BENTIST^ Itooffis ipver JHEalin s FUrnltBre Store • '•-'.\"':.STOHGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. J •. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, •'-'. STtJHGEON BAY, W I S . : Office over Rcichel'B Drug Store. Residence Connected by telephone.. Ho r n TKe»n»*r, HEIX.MAN•'& JOHNSON, Props. This hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and otters the very best of accommodation* tor the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths. First-class sample rooms- Fr» 'bus to ana from all boats and trains. Rates Sl.W ami Si.W per day. STOKGEON HAY, WIS. • • -, BAY #HOUH HOTKI., A-.T. FKfAJiEn, Prop. First Claws accommodation* for matt and beast. A jjood (sample room connected with this House. Kates reasonable. SAWYER. DOOR CO.. WIS. FIKST .NATIONAL HOTEL, J O I I S HEKGKRSON, Prop. A welt-ordored house. Recently enlarged •ad newly fitted. Good barms. Special attention given to the wants of furmora n d thinr u-aros. Wines, Liquors iind'Chairs.. STirRGKOXHAY. WIS. TH.TON II...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 12 September 1896

^MHHI VOL. 4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., J ^ U R D ^ NO. m. \"StALEYfcWEST^NM^ WOOL UNDERWEAR'* OVERSHIRTSWOOL UNDERWEAR** OVERSHIRTS FACTORY SOUTH BEND — i up. G-SO FACTORY SOUTH BEND ~ 'INO. This Is the third year we are selling the above splendid line of goods. They have no superiors and very few equals. \"Never had anything' wear like them\" is the verdict of all who have purchased theni. '^^ g: £. |Tlie Greit Bale of maa I TAKES PLAGE SATURDAY g Unheard of pricesIwill he marked on every article in the store. Do:\"lrot-fait.^ 5=. attend this extraordinary sale. •. . ^ and all material for dresses marked down to closing-but -jwUse^W^MlMM' \\ i^OAKS! ^Pri^^fe^^^^^P $1.25, $1.40, $2.0 0 :^^:: ^Tfae:^^09|^QM^ Australiaia Wool. 9^^^&^^^M4^^99 $1*90 , $2,0 0 MOiilJ^BXCHJSIVEIiY BY u s . W ORE M l liew gbodi, not damasked in the least, hut we'$ii^^^ 'W&&':'-''- S:?s$My theiii tliat will move them ovit%l^M^0^^^p^^^^^^^ m Goods. ^ h i t e Shlifcs, Colored Shirts, Underwear,-Socks, ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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