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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 26 September 1896

m lfe$v#f S i^^^ IIWlifflFPWTOERftCt Wealth Arrayed Against Con- stitutioriai Government. MOHET MEMOES THE VWSU, The Millionaires of This Country Openly Assert That property Hon the Divine Right to Bale Manhood—TrJaBaph ol Gold Mean* the Servitude of the Masses, No single issue over raised in the his- tory of American politics exceeds in im- portance that of opening our mints and redeeming ourcurrency from the con- trol of thoso foreign aud domestic cor- porations which seek to inflict on na as a permanent system their usurpation of the sovereign power Of issuing and reg- ulating tho circulating rucclium. The only single evil greater than cor- poration control of the taxing power Is this of corporation control of the cur- rency.* It is greater because when the people are robbed, whether by direct or indirect taxation, the results quickly appear. But when the robbery is carried on through contraction of cash and the inflation of corporation credit paper they arc brought to bankruptcy...

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 — 26 September 1896

1CQ CQUKTY JDJB^CBAlV^b^CiEOX BAY, WIS., SEPT. 26, 1896. MAKING PANSIE8. \"Threo faces In a hood.\" Folk called the pansy e» Three hundred years ago. Of courso she understood. Then, perching on ray knee, She drew her mother's head To her own ?nd mine and eaid, \"That's tnotier, you arid me!\" And so it comes about We three, for gladness* safest Sometimes a pansy make Before tht gas goes out. •—William Cnnton in Sunday Magazine. HIS TELEPATHIC TIP. •'Telegram fcr yoa, sir.\" It was the morning of the Derby day, and I had jrist looked into the office be- fore starting for Epsom. I was at the time on the staff of The Sporting Cou- rier, and, besides giving what is known in the sporting world as \"midday finals,\" I usually \"did\" the home meet- ings. • • The message surprised me, for it ran: \"Don Pero is bound to win.—Disey.\" I reud it again and again. Don Pero was a rank outsider and had been look- ed upon by everybody as not having the slightest chance of a place. For con- firmat...

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 — 26 September 1896

POO R COUNTY DEMOCRAT, \": ::'v :Ro0nii*Vayerr^h^ Office over Retchers ttrug Store Residence Connectedtoytelephone,: I T O X K t TUUMOST, \"- •M: HEILMAN & JOHNSON, Projp»v Tnls bote! has been newly refnrnlshetS Bad refjtted lin-onghout und offers the very best of accommodations for Hie traveling public. Hot and wild water baths. First-class sample rooms. Free \"bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates Sl.OO and 81.60 per day. -' STURGEON BAY, WIS. BAV SHOUK HOTEL, A . J . J'KLLNEB, Prop . First Class nceonunodatlons (or man and beaet. A good sample rooin connect*d with thle House. Ratesreasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. •piIW T NATIONAL HOTEL, •*• JOH N HEItGICKSON, Prop. A welt-ordered boose. Recently enlarged and newly fitted. Good barns. Special attention given to the Wants of farmers and tnclr teams. ' ' . Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STURGEON BAY, WIS. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.Chicago, 40 YEARS THE STANbARD. r p...

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 — 3 October 1896

VOL.4, j f t g ^ 13, 1896, W&$9$M N0M1SM6- WHEN YOU 6UY OUR RJRNISHIN 0 GOOD S They are made byfirst-class manufacturers ''not in sweat shops,\" and are fully warranted both as to sewing and quality oi cloth. We have just open- : l^-^^ \\ry-y \"•':'.•••• ediipthe-following Extra Heavy Dickey Kersey AA « n Pants\" .. /.,. .... ...,.•....... .§Z,UU Extra Heavy Kersey Pants at...-.. $liUU Black Duck Pants, heavy flannel lined. Gave splendid satis- *j » faction last season.. • • -.klZ Heavy Mackinaw Jackets. . .$(iUU Better Grades MEacki- A, fift Ann e naw Jackets at....... $| (uU to gZi ZO Black Duck,Coats, sheep-skin « r . lined, warm as a fur coat... ..$QiUU Black Duck Coat, rubber M 7 t interlining at........... . .$(, |{j Brown Duck Coat, heavy .-.flannel lined at..'....... $1.00 Black Dock Coat, Rubber « . . . interlining, best ever sold at. .JjZtOU Jersey, Lace Front, Overshirts, c f t wool mixed, extra v a l u e . . . . . . .. DUG Light Color Flannel Dress Shirts with f...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 October 1896

BOOK COPXTY DEMOCRAT^ STditGEdif BAtf. UffiL. OCf OiJER S, 189e. -'r*•^'^ftl^jy^sj^rnft^\"-**\" liiiffliiii ^Thirty forty People Reported OSIA HEACSER REPORTS RECEIVED. '''x'.'./'-i^.'&jtat^ :''-- «*- ji$»^ •:--'-:v.:.'.,.J^tii^ - ': '| .:^rtcin*i'^-Si©'• Jtrireoti ^eiiirii: from Cedar V:'.^.'\"itfcj%'«*(BtIleeei*reGi ^J::-•t^X'^'':--:'.'':: •\\' - Jacksonville, :Fia , :. Oct.'' £—£rie:. W e s t Indian jhurjricane which entered Ftor- l a a a t G e d a r Keys Wednesday morning and swept through the southern part of the' state In a northca«ttyrIy direb- tlop left death jaha destxuctlori in i t s path, j Owing to the prostration of tel- egraph wires and the delay o f trains. due to waahout, only meager reports have been received, and yet meager a s those reports are, they show that , over twenty towns and villagea have been wrecked, an d that thirty or forty persons have been killed, while prob- ably thrice a s many more received wdunda more or less serious. At 4 o'clock in ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 October 1896

fI$SSS5!vSti SliSf^ West Indian Cyclone' Leave? a Wake 6f Devastation. FprnirtiL RAJOQ IS PLOEIDA. Eleven Killed at SavatiiJ»ii,Ga., ftnrt Sl, i 000,000 In ifrpperty Wiped ..Oat wf 'E*-' istence—The RuglnR Storm Sweeps Over Pennsylvania and the ,Xoss of Life and Property Is H«avy—National Capital and y i c i u l t y ^ e l the Force or the inie \\: Memphis.Oct . l,j— The Commercial- Appeal ha s the following^ special this •morning: ' \"':'•:-\"., •\" Jacksonville, Fla.v Oct. '1.*—It is a con- servatiye estimate to sa y that fifty people have lost their lives from Tues- day's hurricane, and the number m a y run much higher. N e w s from that por- J£cm of the state where the storm first struck is very sloAV in coming for the wires are down and the railroads are tmpassabte. Wrecking: partlesj which West but yesterday m^rningfnaVe not returnled, and it \"will he feohie_h'ours be - fore th e \"full extent, of the damage is known, The hurricari^ Struck Florida a t Cedar iCeys, and repor...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 October 1896

IlfliiftfIllBltSiltf ^ JSTUK^EGNV B ^ . : wis& OCTV : \"a. 2Tor PreHidcnt— WIH.IAMVTKNNINUS BRYAN, of Nebraska, *\"«r VJcc-P«J»iaeni— AUTHOR HEWAM,, • .of Maine. _ ^ ™ ©overnbr-- XV. C. fcll/VICUTJJOKN. f/ioawww t-C I*. II. JIOAKTK. Treaeurcr— W. V. I'lBttSTOItVF, .Secretary of State-*- •': .*. M. HUH*. '.•\"•• Attomcy-Oencriii— k H. t, WKKI Superintendent J'ublle Instruction- :\" : v. i„ ei-KAiiv. • :•• ' JtotlttKUl Commissioner— : • . - \" C P. KA*,K. Insurance Commissioner— ''•• FK1CO THAI.. •: iMoni»ei« .of Coiwryss—Eighth District— .O. W, CATE. of Btovens Point, All LOMJ willbo comforted to know that the \"democratic lawyer\" won that suit. THK Mil. Journal's editorials for Saturday, Sept. 2(5, were entitled \"National PriBon Congress,\" \"Indians Making Pi'o^ross,\" \"The Hours of the Day,\" \"The Height of Clouds,\". \"The Morality of Temperance.\" What's the niatter with \"gold\"' href. Journal. SKC11BTAI5Y CAUM»!,I$'H speech ill fiU- OT of the gold standard, -p...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 October 1896

r ' SiW?S~S -$^iit#9J^^^ • 3, • i8&4. •• •• _: ./ : -v^iiASK^^ . Mrs. Win. Mulvihill is dtingeroaslv '•'ilK•'•••\" :•' :--'-,V.'.v ':.-'' \\ :.••• '••''• .'':* Miss Faunie §oukup is visiting friends atKewaunee. r •!: \" /• •\"•'•:..,..i Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Scbaeffer are Tisiting reiatives in Mauitowoc Co Jos. Emii, of Forest viile, visited friends here several days the fore part of the week. .-. ••*••'-. ::-'V' r. .•••'••.. ••Mr. and. Mrs. Wenzel Pevonka left Sunday for a visit with relatives at Tisch Mills', Wis. A daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weber, on Tuesdav *he23nd. Also a daughter to Mi-, and Mrs. Win. Mulvihill, the 24th inst. FOKESTVit,LK. Bernard Awe and wife spent Tuesday and Wednesday of this week iu White- fish Bay. The Forestville nine play a matched f awe of ball with the Almapee nine tvnday. Ered penman, who has been visiting in Milwaukee for some tithe, returned home Monday. Julius Bernhardt and F Deuman of tnis place took in the state fair ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 October 1896

DOOB COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUttUEON BAY, Uf ' • • - • » • : : A / ^ C ^ ^ / / ,.,..,:...:,v.v,,.. ..-,: - v ... J ? : ! 1 ! ^ ^ i r ^ and unlimited y i : ///f/ y/ /^ l.' iW'i^'-&»J^ tHE \"HONEST MONEY\" MEN OP tile'- W»i Wtih ba* ttartd'-aatt iMonder* [Jog the mortgage? OHIO FARMER. ^:'^^^^m:oai^-.h^0-W- / :-'- : V.l. -Tbe only way in which a farmer .^r:^^^.^^7 :--:v.:--':-- /•/ • /\"••: ! usually raises money to pay his mort- .••.:,.•..:\"*•Â»*: ,. -.:v,.., i.,v.-i..-J».:.-^:.'wv - . .-v . • J ^ ^ ^ t h e interest on It is by selling j Chicago Sept.\\/28» 1896--S0feclal,— /The Chicago gold bog papefs announce that ^movement Jo oh ipottO decorate /the' - -sfreeti.^wiih Americani flags and banting in honor of the \"honest money ,:campaign.-\"/•: / . Imitation is the slncerest flattery. ::The flag adjunct to the gold standard cause bad its start one afternoon in the New York? Stock exchange, The zealous patriots and patrons of Amer- ican labor, and industry Who compose this excha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 October 1896

u£saucsBHK» :^^k/0i^X^^0n^^0^^^S: UAX,m % OCTOBE R 3, lfc»6. BU&NMS0 GARDB. ..-JRooms over fiabc « F u r n i t u r e Store, 5TTJKGEO N B A Y . W I S C O N S I N . B^ JE. K . 3X0KKIt PHYSICIAN AND SUKGK035T. .- V: -.:'• S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . * .... 'Officu ,pf er ReleheVs D r u s Store. Residence • ^ Connected by, telephone. .**• HJirLMvVN'& JOKX.SOX . P r o p s . Thi s hotel ha s been newly refurnished and eettfcted throughout, aad offers the verv best of accommodations for the traveling public. Ho t »n d cold water baths. First-class sample r o o m s . Ere e 'bus to and tnnn all boats and trains. R a t e s *1.00 and Sl.50 per day. S T U R G E O N BAY , W I S . | A Y S M O K E H O T E L , - - * * A . J ' ' F J O X K E B , P r o p . First Class accommodations for m a n and 'beast. A good sample room connected wit h t h i s House. R a t e s reasonable: S A W Y E R , DOOR CO.. W I S . TCUKST N A T I O N A L HOTEL. , •.*.- J O H N B E B G E B S O X , P r o p . A w...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 3 October 1896

mmmm* mammtssiiiimZZiimiii tii§^fijfl&^^ MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartir Powder. Free Irom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ^ Along The loeks The tog Godfrey took a rrin' up here jfromOsonto Sunday. The tup Nelson of the L. &S. fleet, left Thursday for Milwaukee with two gcow loads of crib stone. The tug Harrison Ludlngton, of Me- nominee.'delivered: it JI.W ••load of tim-lwavescarriedethe ..JKT at the canal on Wednesday., The tii/jf 55. Sarglssori, of Marinette, a comparative stranger in these parts, meandered about the bay Inst Sunday. The pile-driver scow damaged last week by the schooner Penobscot last week has been repaired at the dry dock. The steambargo Mary Mills took on a •deck load of 1,000,000 shingles for the W . O, Broivu Mfg. Co., last Saturday. For the first lime this season, the Goodrich steamer Ludington, bound north, was several hours late Monday /.morning,. ' ..:•-•'• The barge Williams owned' by the IPankfatis ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 October 1896

llplSllfli V0&4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SAl^DAYv 0CTOBER 10, 1896/ :1S6?M& G.ORE \"STAtEY^WESTERNMADE\". r n n r i r WbotUNDERWEAR^OVERSHIRTS 1118 O l f t L b Y GOOQS K are not Giieap as compared in figures with the trash now being offered in this market, but the real cheapness is in their wearing: qualities. They are beuond Comparison LOCAL. M-B G'tStX Jwliiaa^oticonsider warmth, dura- (t ttlityi ind fast color, of any importance. FACTORt SOUTHBEND - IND. .Overshirts at.... . .. 90c* $ 1 , 2 5 $ L .fcO $ ^ 0 0 Unde*wear»at:..^^ \\ •••YARNl Domestic Saxony, per Skein. Imported Saxony, per skein Domestic Domesti German Knitting, extra strong German Knitting, best quality ./'.' Our 'Yarns are new' and fre^: froitti$^ •••-..'.• \" - v, ,'. •• . the.j6b'16tfcii& ^ A big bargain in HOME MADE'MMTtE ^ G. GRE mm fes Goods ! We this w«ekreceivt?d a large line ' of Bi'otulheiwl lioveHy Dress Goods a part of them in 1 Dress pattern of 7 or 8 yards of a style. 25c BL.ACK DRESS GOODS....

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 — 10 October 1896

181flSfflS3£ 1WO M£f* SHO* TQ DEATH BY SlC*» .ImplyBecauseIt W»» tho Easiest Way to /•: Jjl^pcwe.'of-Theni,,- by • • * V Couple ofMb . «»^n^ Vi^orB«Kle\",to and Awny from \"..•'• the Scene of Their Crime on Wheels.:':' /a*mneapoHs, Oct 8.^-A special to The ^ b u W f r b m ^ TUe town of Sherburne, in Martin 4»unty,i fourteenmiles from this place on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. jPaul, was esteraa afternoon the scene of -as bold aha Woody a deed as eye*•::vfsm perpetrated by the James or \\/'T?oi^r ^ashier.$horburn,'Ofih^ fcshk of Sherburne, and O. j , Oestern. travelihsf agent\"'-of the Walter A. Wood Hftrveirter company, were shot down in cold blood. The crime is paralleled only bjr the raid of Jesse James and the * Younger boys a few years ago when they swooped down upon the little town of Northfleld, a few miles north Of the scene of yesterday's crime, shot the cashier of the bank of Northfleld flown and decamped with a large amount of money. The Itrlgand* Were Up-to-Bat...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 October 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY,jWlS., OCTOBER 10, 1806 . IDO YOU WANT ANY BETTER IfIDEXCE THANi XHISI . ^ tin* «no county irins or tha *t least 500 have cam- tola.Wisconsin, la, ana am f rea SollUoa liko In- lace •whero pol- ••-: Social, religious, ••••'.•• as here In this :'• • rd for the Dereo- - :bv Bryan anil the •J political frienfis - than they do tho ame us tor their risht. As near an will be 600 votes ne Democrats -who :: Many of thcr.i will e fpr MaiCitiirr, &\"t .'hold theorisaiilia- ratlo purposes, • AU 'friends are abus- - IU worlclng for the y ticket But wo i^-Ho made a «ood •''is and is n.w a »«»-,,«:,.,.,- 1»-..iw much worse. pf*'':i W*.'mWi'as'flat money fcfi^'.y.i'i-iiiige..-. The sound IQ^&ji^iWJtwUI be chiefly %fe'':*':'iero lh,. the State I S S s ^ M of the canvaa- ear publicly, tut •' Bryan. Cteen or twenty j are ostensible but who will ear get by them- h'd their vote Is is to Palmer, section want to J It ^ie should Tzev o* XUlnola have ehs as...

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 — 10 October 1896

DOOM COUNTY DEMOCRAT, 8TC1WIEON BAT, WIS., OCTOBEB lO, 1896. DOOR BOUNTy DIMWiRnT, ^'^t^tSTZ^^ Extend xt the:'\"'JV«i! Murgeon Sav 0* tecondcltiu(mailer.. v PatlsheS every Saturday by the J. J . P I N N E Y P R I N T I N G C O . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. £1,50 PBH YEAR. 6TUEGK0N BAY, WIS., OCT. 10.they For Prcsftilent--- WILLIAM JKNNtMJH BUVAN. of Nebraska. JSTar OTeo-Prcsttlent— Alfrilt'K HI5WAIX, of Maine. Wi*A# THE NEWSPAPERS SAY.^ !ovtisor W. C. HILVKRTtlOBN. -'•'„. WovJ-eBanl-Uovornor-- II, If. HOAUO. \"Treftssurcr— W. F. I'lEBSTOllKr, . • &ew<s,ar of State—' •••'.• vv:.-:'v' . « . HI.. IHJBT* Attttftury-Oonerul— II. 1, WKRD..- ,Cy:U^-:v.' Si^ertntcndnnt 1'ubllo IbirtnietionSS' :\"v t:\"f :'•: **. L . ctKA«Vy: : y^ .. !v,.: BsMnoad CoramlHBtoner— ' •'\". V. ^.-KAtm^/.XW^^. :.•• • IWMraijiMJ Commissioner— v^ FBKOTHAt, V ..'/ ..'/i ^' : '' a««!rtber of Conarc«»~-Ef«lith Dlatrlct-i- G. W. CATK. of Stevens Potnt. SVOONKK, the weeper, will be Here -09ort'iiitil shod bi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 October 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STWB^KMf SB^^^:k^^^S'::m:B^M^. If IN THE. COUNTY. TOKNADO. •'A'-girl baby arrived at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Garrett Moore a few •days ago. Mrs. Jas. Mttddeu. of Clay Banks, visited with friends here during the past week. John Rntz, of Sidnaw, Mich., is here looking after his real estate interests in this vicinity. Geo. Vogel has his tine new home nearly finished. He will have one of finest dwelling honses in this part of the county. All our farmers who raised contract seed pease this year are rushiiiir them in to the agent's at Sturgeon Bay 'as fast as possible. Frank Vogel met with quite a serious accident, a few days ago. He accident- ally got his lingers caught in the gear wheels of a straw cutter, mangling the linger of one hand quite badly. BAILEVS HARBOR. Mrs. Chas. Panter is visiting with Mrs. Frank Pleck. Mr. and Mrs. F. Jorns have gone to Middle Inlet to remain all winter. A teacher's meeting, will be held at the village school-house Saturday. Mr. P....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 October 1896

W1:. :^^-M^^^!^^^^&^MM^^^^0i^^M^. lllllipi Returns Are Arriving in Detach- ed Fragments, j-estimates -*tta: below t h e conflflent pre - I dictions of th e Democratic leaders d u r - t i n g th e campaign Th e flgurea ishow a conbiderable falling off In t h e D e m - [ ocratlc vote in comparison wit h 1892. j Italians Visit SIcKinley. - i Canton, O.. Oot. 8.—A special trai n of \" /V \"•-•-•' r'*: -\\\\-\\ \"'•'••••:'..:-'-'-'y-y r-_yiiti.it a dozen coaches arrived a t H 4 5 VftPfTrittT** W * l % i *uv vtrvnav ! T h u r s d a y beatin g a delegation from W U VhVSM t L A l M fHIv VICTOKT. s th e United Italian Republicans o f ..• .•.•-•• .••••.-——• . Pittsburg, The y wer e accompanied b y Chairman Cunningham Says ' Wright f a band a n d mad e a n enthusiastic' dem - Fopotist, H u . Been Eleotoa Governor•l*osiraUpn on th e lawn. with th e Rest of th e Otfkos Ocmocnitic j New York R*pablican Clnhs. —Connecticut Gold Standard Democrat* \\ Syracuse* N.- Y.. Oct 8.—The Stat e Nominate...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 October 1896

D O O R C O U N T * D E M O C R A T , S T U ^ I J O N B A Y , W I S . O C T O B E R 1( V 1 8 9 6 . BUS/HESS CARDS. r p A-EGAS, : '.* ..'• - D E N T I S T . '.\" \" Rooms over, Hahn s Furniture Store, StURGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. J \\ K . E.K . MOKRIS, . P H Y S I C I A N A N D S U R G E O N . STURGEON\" BAY, WIS. Office over Retenel's Drugstore. Residence Connected by telephone. HOXEi, TBEMONT, HEIUIA N & JOHNSON, Props. This hotel has h'een newly returnisnea and retiued throughout, and offers the very best of accommodation^ for the traveling public. Hot and cold vrater baths. First-class sample rooms. Fr«e 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates $1.00 andSl.&O per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. » A Â¥ SHORE HOTEL, \"** A. J. FEIXNER, Prop. First Class accoinmodations for man andmembers. beast. A good sample room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO., WIS. FIRST NATIONAL HOTEL, JOHN BERGERSON, Prop. A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged tad. newly fitte...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 10 October 1896

\"0: llllflllll vr* . . - . ^ r ^, r 7,u^.,8.-w,-.1?ia..71is.S^SJI^ |Pf^ltfl§SSpf ^ g o i i ^ p i ^ ^ ^ c ^ ^ M CREAM JJenry G, Knudsori arid Miss Annie Erie-kson both .eastern part of Sturgeon Bay town, were married Wednesday by the Jiev.•.'.». Groenfeldt, The bride is a daughter of Peter Eriefc- sori, Sr. r and the groom is one'of the nioat prosperous and thrifty fai-met-sIn the county, and a son of -.'Henry Knud- son, Sr. The couple will make their future home on the old homestead at Evergreen, We join their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosper ' ous wedded life. MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frcr from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. • ' , HON, G. W CATB A WI^NISB. Talk* to ft Full House lu Htur«eon Hay I&st Friday Evening ami Wins Many Friend* by HIH Mtralslitroruurd mi 3Innly Talk oil ThR Money (JiicKtloii. Hundreds of Republicans lu IKjor nn Hewuitiief Counties Will Voto For Judge Cute. Judge Cato was gre...

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 — 17 October 1896

tf ISP ife. W$tx?Mi mmm^m NO. 30. MS i •ft s § fleasin g i l i i i l r -WITH C«JB STUCK: O F - Ijf feet are tender, if money is scarce, if the eye is critical, it's all the j : same to HS. Just now we are showing a line of m^'jsMm% G OO DBW- Ladies Velvet Wool Lined SHppers75c\"| A f EW Ladies Heavy T?elt Slippers..... . 85 c Cloth Jpliets, top trimmed with SPECIALS RECEIVED WEEK. THIS Feli Juliets, fur top..........:. $1 .0 0 Kid Foxed, Patent Tip, fur top ]•• Juliets.......v..,.v...,.. , : ....$1.50 Dongola Wool Lined Slippers... • .95C Ladies Lace Felt Shoe. Calf Skin Foxed ...... V . v.,........,$1.25 Ladies Lace air Felt Shoe....',....$1.25 LadiesBlue Beaver Dongola Foxed, Patent Tip, a dressy shoe, ... .', .'....'............. $1.7S Mens Felt Sole Congress Shoe.$2.00 Baby Shoes, 3 to 5, Felt Soles.... 60c Spencerian Pens, doz,...,, .. ....: 8c Envelopes, 50 for...........,...... .•Uc i Ream Note Paper.. /.'••Â»......... .15c Rubber Tip Pencils, 2 for......., -.. .l c 4 Ply L...

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