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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 November 1896

• * & • • • D O O t t C O U N T * 1 E M 0 C K A T , S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , N O V E M B E R 1 4 , 1 8 9 6 . ^R^SS0*MiSte^S3ENi STATE ITEI IS OF INTEREST FROM Hfl 3£ ANO THERE. Com)' of the I«nlorttui Hajiprnliig* of the \\W« of IntJ-rcAt «o Otir Reflilrr* Ilcport. eil fir Tf'I^srrntiJi-Criini')*, «:«40ulfl-»»n( awl Other -Matter*, '' Superior. Wis., Nov. 12.~JudgcVJnJe' of the circuit court signed an order permtttiner Howard Morris of Mtlwati-. kce, receiver of the West Superior Iron and Steel company, to operate Its big steel plant In this city. This plant shut dmvn three years ago and haw not been operated since. Miv.-Rockefeller.' holds a $1,000,000 riiqrtKafee upon the property, and when a reorganization is perfected Dec. 23 the entire plant will pas? into Ms control. Thlft is one of the largest iron and steel manufacturing plants, in the west^ and when fully operated will Hive employment to 2,500 hands. ..*• He linn to Become an ExHe. Milwaukee, Xov. 6~Pro...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 November 1896

i O 0 & e a U N ^ '•#* A. KGAST \" f \"Rooms over flahns Furniture Store, ^ l.STtJHGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. vf . Rooms over L.M. Washburn's Store. 'Zf S_UKG_ ON BAY, WIS. D It. E. K. MOHK18, JPMYSW3IAN A K » SURGEON, STURGEON BAY, WIS.',' Office over Relchel's Drugstore. Residence Connected by telephone. I * MEILMAST & JOHNSON, Props. • 'this hotel has been newly refurnished and eefltted throughout, and offers ilie very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot and cold water baths. First-class Biunple rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Bates SI.00 and $1.50 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. TJAYSUOKK HOTEL, * * j A. jr. FFXLNEB, Prop. First Class accommodations for man andwarning beast. A good sample room connected with ''this'Bouse. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. WJUUST NATIONAL HOTEL, ••*. JOHN BEKGKRSON, Prop. A well-ordered house. Recently enlarged ind newly fitted. ' ^ood barns. Special attention -given to the wants of farmers and their team...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 14 November 1896

P^pSIPISfSiSfp^SSSil BOOK COUNTY PKMOCKAT, STUKOEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 14, !»»«. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, SO YEARS THE STANDARD. Hay View. The shingle, mill will not run \"much \"longer this weapon. Halvcr Halveinon is again on doty at L. M. Washburn's store. A.• K. 'Kpalsbnry returned from atrip t* Menominee, hW .Sunday. Regular service afthe German M, K. church, to-morrow, Sunday. A wedding, 'tissaid.- will take place here the latter part of the pi twent month. Mr*. Frank Tufts who wii» very ill the fore part of the week if improving. The flour null Mill continues to run fifteen hours u day,- beginning at HI.X In the morning. Men from tin** side of the hay mid vicinity are leaving iii small numbers for the logging camps. Will. Sehjoth. left Tuesday for Val- Cw, tratao, «nd. (College to take a course in as stated previously. No school wn« held in the lower de- partment Tuesday, owing to the illne...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 November 1896

MP- '\"Ot..:^-.: &TURGEON BAY, WIS., SATlRDA^^ ^ NO. 44* p. GRE1SSN. WE ALWAYS HAVE SOMETHING NEW. THIS WEEK IT IS Trunks. Crystallized Coyer, top tray,, ' 26 inch.:.,.... .: Svv.:.^l*50 . 28 inch. . ^C:B:i^§)i^^W%:S^ CrystalH^C^iftK^^lstaye top, cotnetifei^flbiiibfeiron':' '\"- bound, VifctorlsfeloekVset up tray with Jar|^ Covered hat ^ .' bOX. '\". •.•^\\:V:v/-'-^i:\\Vs:ti : :'-'.','v-'- :,'': 80 inch. . 'i:g£g'^ggfi0% • S3 inch.- . ^ v 4 | ^ * M p ^ v ^ Japanned Russia,#on^pcve^1..- bent strips,••.iron'^iffiim, ' 'v .': ,^Jneh^ -.^. ^'^v'iN-^.:,v ^3.00 a,5o 30ineh. .-.:.:,v ^ .vV:. This is bat a few of thenianyweare showing, y'-v: v ':*' '' 's-V V :^'io' : :l'^-^ You can find everything here -i n this line,. froi*F: _y 35c to $3.00 Underwear. Heavy. Fleece Lined Shirts and .— Drawers.at... ........ . 4:OC fluff lers. A:very complete line, dark and white, at 25,30,35,45,50c AH silk at.. v.. .95c to $1.25 Boy's Jersey Oversbirts,,heavy f K winter weight..,.,........,.. . i O ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 November 1896

,Ppo.K €OU.NTTrPEM^ p. X Tynan arid O'Dono-l ' - - '.•:.•:••••• • \"\"•\" - _ a ^'brother.\" 6PV IN ^RiTlSr^ ^ THgiYORy TRIAL Government WltHrd* Appear* Who knock* the C-oofhlrnt-c Out of the Alleged Iynt» a)ltrr.aidTU*»«t«r ritl Kxperictico with Irlub ftocietle* in America. l^ndan.Kov. 14.—The final examJna- llon of rMward J- IVbry, alias Edward Bell, the saloon keeper of New York and alleged dynamiter, a t Bow street police court yesterday developed Into a sensation equal to the excitement caused by the revelations of Detective IrfCaron some yearfi ago. The weekly examinations of Ivory have been going on at ttow street on Friday ever since lie ivna brought to l^jndon after his ar- reat at ?l«sigo same two month.i ago, en the charge of being concerned with F, J, Tynan, Kearney, HaineH and oth- ers in a conspiracy to blow up public and other buildings with the use of dy- namite. Hitherto the teHtimoriy has been of tho usual monotonous police court description. But yesterday the...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 November 1896

DOOR COUNTY IEMOUttA1 STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 21, 1800. » HISTORFOFAWEEK. Sblnea Chna* X*box\" in Ame*tea, A lilt o« irish Wit. Of late years tljere has been acon« t Son» time ago while I was t r a d e s Thursday, Nov. 12. j ttalit cry against \"Chinese cheap la- fa a village store one of tho clerks cauw. .Governor Mitchell.\" of Florida, has j b o *' \" Whatever-may have been the to the junior partner, who was waiting chlled a convention to take into con- P n c * PQfc °pon Chinese labor when the on me, and said: eldemtton the defenseless condition of ! great railways of the west were built by : \"Please step to the desk. Pat Flynn the south Atlantic coast in case of war. j these people, today it is evident to all \\ wants to settle his account and wants a Charles Leavitt, an American seized j who have studied the question that receipt.*'\" on the Competitor, has been taken to j there is no such thing as \"Chinese i The merchant was evidently annoyed. ¥** £ r l 5 o n -V....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 November 1896

»o coiOTirBisa^ m DOOR GOOMTyJ)EM06RftT. JBnUred atlA*. Port QJic4 at Sturgeon Ray Q* intend clan matter, euUnite.a every Saturday J»y the «*. .1- PIKNEY PRINTING CO. X i . t ' I N N E Y . Btitlor. 3UBSCRW»T«» PRICK. $1.50 PBH YEAR. STURGEOSi BAY, WIS., NOV. 21.the Washington l e t t e r . WiielungtMt Nov. 16th, 18510.—There /are loin of people in Washington who stake no stoek in the alleged information received by the administration, that Spain has decided. If It Tuffs to lick iheCulntn insurgents within the next Jew weeks, t« try to lick Uncle Sum. Among then* is a naval officer who has 'had opjHirtunitiesto know the Spaniards tlnuoughU'. iiseus.sfn the matter, ho m\\A to a personal friend \"Soniehody •is tricking ifoe administration by giving U false information, and my impression as that it i* 1/eing vlont! to prevent Cleve- land aud Gluey following Fit/. LeeV stdviofi and kin something that might belp the Cubans. The present 'race of tSptintonfa am n» arrant eovvnrd» a...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 November 1896

WOOK COUNT* DJSMOCKAT, STUUGEOJs B ^ ^ ^ j ^ ! i ^ B T O ^ f f l J P i ^ ILEMURDERED. i|||Wa 3 Chairman of Colorado Dem- ^^ro- ':.:..pcratic Committee. CSDONSTBEETS OF SEW YORK. en Flr»t Discovered He Was Still Alive but Died in a Short Time—All His Money and Valuables -Hissing—Victim Was Well Known iu Fond du'Xac, Wis.. J\\ Where He Married Miss Emma Swift— ?: Wu Interested in Gold Mines. New York, Nov. 19.—Hon. Franlt P. Arbuckle of Denver, chairman of the Colorado Democratic committee and president of the Cripple Creek and Cen- tral Consolidated Gold Mining company of Denver. Colo., was found in an un- conscious condition, lying in an obscure place near a vacant lot just off the sidev\\ aid in a lot of weeds, on the west side of Eighth avenue, between One .Hundred and Fifty-second and One Hundred and Fifty-third street, at 2:45 o'clock Thursday morning. He died in the patroi wagon on the way to a sta- tion house without regaining conscious- ness. That the man was garotted. robbe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 November 1896

«f D O O R C O U X T X D E M t i e B A ^ i S T C I l t ^ E O N BA*T, W I S . N O V E M B E R : • . « ! , 1 8 9 6 MSWS OF WISCONSIN. « STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM HERE AND THERE. Semr of the Important Happening* or the • \" Week of Interest to Our Header* Report- edtoyfclpfrropli— trlmem, «.'a*ualtiett mid and Other 3tatn-r». Madison, WIB., Nov. 17.—Rumors that ' \"W'lsconBln 1B-likely to have a place.In McKlnley's cabinet have created con- siderable wmnient. Interest In the boom of H. C Payne of Milwaukee was intensified by the report fromNew York that ex-CongreKsman R, M. LaFollette of Madison would 'be.-one of those chosen. The two men are leaders in hostile camps in the Republican party, and the selection of either would be a political blow to the other. An odd feature of the situation 1B that both La Follettc and Payne are close to the In- coming administration. Payne being an Intimate friend of Chairman Hanna and LaPolIette of the president-elect, having served with him o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 November 1896

'DO^li C0t^TX:'D BUSINESS pARDS, .:!*V' AV'EGAXV \\ •:' '•' Booms over Halms Furniture Store,' STIJKGEON BAY. WISCONSIN. V H.CHAXDLEK, ' ':r Vv--t:-V' ...DENTIST.: Rooms over I*. M. Washburn's Store* STURGEON BAY, WIS. » T)K E. K. MOKftIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEQN. .: / , . STURGEON BAY, WIS. Office over RelcheVa Drug Store. Residence Connected by telephone HrOTEL c TRK510NT, HEIIMA S & .JOHNSON, Props. This hotel has been newly refurnished and refitted throughout, and offers the very best of accommodations for the traveling public. Hot »nd cold water batlis. First-class sample rooms. Free 'bus to'and from all boats and trains. Rates $1.00 and 9i.&0 per day. STURGEON BAY, WIS. BAY SHORE HOTEL, A..'.». FEIXNER, Prop. First Class accommodations for man and beast. A good sample room connected with this House. Rates reasonable. SAWYER, DOOR CO.. WIS. ' TMBST NATIONAL HOTEL, :••\"• JOHN HEBGKUSON, Prop. A well-ordered bouse. Recently enlarged *nd newly fitted. Gopd barns. Special...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 21 November 1896

),. ' ':J.::?/ Awarded V-- -v.'. *• Highest Honors.-Worid'afiair, BAKING POWBffl J^OST PERFECT MADE. A pari GrapeCream of Tartar Powder, Vae from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40YEARS THE STANDARD. IN Tfifc COUNTY. ,•- KAI.ONA. -. Ch««i, Jon kins 1* building a now •cbiipney to his house. : Mr, arid Mrs. ,S. Freihoit conducted gospel meetings hero last Sunday. K Mis* N. A: Spabbnry conducts a CIUSH la elocution in Sturgeon Bay avery , iJatimtay. Mr». J. Madden liaspassed the dan-had jpjr point in her UlncfW, but she is still quite feeble, Mis» Delia Moore, of Sturgeon Hay, •pent a few days of the preseuMvcok. a guest nt the home of I). 1). Spalsbury. John lk*rg had the misfortune on Tttewlay to lojto a valuable horse, and its* death is said to have boon caused by over-fowling. The last detachment of lumbermen «xpect to Stan for the woods Friday. &nrio of trie young men in the .com- munity went some time ago, ll.ill.KV8 IIAitlSOU. Olc AIHIIM'HOII, of Klllson Bay was ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 November 1896

pppfe1, §tSlll|pl KrOLi-:4. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATXJEDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1896. NO. m.:: GREISBN. too late pALIYS WESTERN MADE\" WOOL UNDERWEAR^ OVERSHIRTS If you have bought cheap goods possibly represented to be a better article, reduced in price,\" and find out your mistake, which you cer- tainly will when cold weather conies, you can mend matters by buying the. \\ \\ \\ \\ Staieounderwear an d overshirts. -Which are positively the warmest and strongest goods„madc. This is the unanimous verdict of all who have worn it in the past. 90c, $1,00, $1.25, $1.40, $1.90,.f £.M . ©iir Cheaper Grades are j^lso Excellent values. * .-Heavy Kibbed, nearly.all' wool,. U n d e r w e a r B ^ ^ ^ ^ 0 M M 0 i ^ C Heavy Fleece Lined, worth 60c early in.the ^isOT^|^^§^||i^ikC FACTORY SOUTHBEND — IND. ^AS.,FORESTERS' OVERSHIR^jffi^ Gut to fit the body and made never to rip—Four-iri-Hand Ties to v|y^ raatbh .r-r^e only real Flannel Dress Shirt in the market. i l i § S ^ *i.oo, $1.25, $1.50, $1.90, $...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 November 1896

^^^^^^^^^^PliSp^PfP^i^^^iS DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 2 8 , ltrtMJ. BiFOEM # )ME $2»b00,0d0 IN THE &GRICUUTUfc Cl-.il Service t.t»w Maoe 11 roMlhle, and tho Secretary Waiita Morisof the'S»i»e— -ttre* on the Inspection of CaUle-ipppo. »itioo to (So Much ['tinting. Washmgtoh, ,. Nov. 2&—Secretary MortftnJnhls fourth ahnuar report, just made public, shows that with iiHp,~ 000 which maybehaved from the appro- priations for the current fiscal year there will have been covered hack Into the treasury since March, 7, 1SB3, over $2,000,000 out of total aproprlatlons of £11,173,455,45. That this great economy was effected without any loss of effi- .efoncy lie attrbutes in a large degree to the Improvement In the personnel of the force Under civil service rules*, which he declares', to bo \"absolutely in- dispensable to the maintenance of an •economic and efficient administration of the public service.\" To complete \" t h e already almost perfect system o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 November 1896

i ll D O ^ ^ ^ i r i « 0 ^ S T U R G E O N B A Y , W I S , , N O V E M B E R 2 8 ^ 1 8 0 6 ,^.. . Thursday, Kov, 10. . Jt/The New Tork^Wprld publishes a story | | n Which It places the fund handled by |Bepublicans In the recent campaign a t p n l y $1,462,000. r -• \\ •••• . •• ^5 The Boston ar t commission has .final-. | | y decided to permit the public Hbraty ^trustees to accept MacMonnies' statue %ist' \"Bacchante.\" '/'/'/'\"'•\"•'..' .. Judge Kohler at Masslllon, O., has ijrehderea u decision holding sleeping- car cohMai le.» liable for money stolen. ^JfTOm'pa^sengeMB. \\ ... . r , . .. • c,'. The executive officers of the railway brotherhoods of the country are to hold an important meeting in Chicago on JPYiday, Nov. 20. Joseph H. Manley has wrlten a letter for publication, stating that he is not a candidate for any office in the gift of *he incoming administration, and that he would not accecpt a position should «ne be offered him. The Woman's Republican league, of Brookly...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 November 1896

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT, STUKGEQN BAY, WIS.. NOVEMBER 2 8 , 1896 . iPsl^ P DOO R 60lJMTy PEMiiflT. • yJSntered 'MtM:J*ait ' «iJ« 'sit ::M^m,rS^m STURfiE^ BAY, ^WIS. NQV AMHEUST is to have another news- paper. Gust. Hanson, the present Co. ':.'••'.' Stipt.,' andGust. Nelson, aretobethts proprietors. . Success to them. RKrM78MCAK leaders say there is scarcely any difference between \"the tariff is an issue\" and the \"tariff is not 4 an issue.\"And so there is not, when ihc reputations far veracity of their party leaders i« taken as a basis, J)K, CAUL I'ETBUS, the eminent Ger- inan author, historian and explorer, has written a book \"to prove that English ^Subsidies influenced our recent dee- lion,\"1 That inroad, indeed, coming as it docs from that noted author, in his /Berlin home. TUB boy orator of Logan's Creek, has taken upon himself lite hereuleaH tusk '• • ~-*l inducing/all our subscriber*, in u M3rtaii low*), to discoidhute t heir sub- scriptions to this paper, Hotter go slow,...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 November 1896

$ P J | ^ liiliBl oiwid Murder of Rev. Mr. Mil- ler Is a Suicide. ?|i^ ^i |™wl ,• .*&£* ^ik6 ^o\\ii: th» Revolver to the bead / : ^ i ^ * S ^ ^ : f i ^ e M 0 ^ i O i o ^ J ^ y as' That '\"/i\"**'-^\"*. *\"«*^rfel^cti i Regarding Hi© V / ^ o D d l H o ^ ^ £ ^ ^ ^ : ^ ^ i ? b u n d Sup. / ' -: '*'? ^ o ^ b ^ r a H ^ - ^ j b e ^ , 'Believed:] to' i ^ n ^ M p i t ^ ai^ipgures \"Wpedries4ay r^ftewiioon in the Rev. James Miller »titigedy tending t establish the theory $eld by matny Tuesday morning when *he body was found that the minister liad cunningly planned to take his own /:lUie. The. revolver found lying a t the side of the body in t h e ^ e y tvras the means by which State's ?Att0*riey Mills, .j£ B. Mueller, and-:.yV^St. \"Starr Swere etrabled to unravel *ha t a t first ap-vival/Of ^ jieared to be a murder mystery. I t is ^difficult t o believe that so eminent a preacher shpuid ] have taken * bis o Wh life* but such was- the verdict of the ) jury ax the inquest ^ednpsd...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 November 1896

sfpp mm:*. M W^^^'M^^^X^^^KS^^K^^M&SmM:. I^liKil^ii^^Hl' uesn J W T HE OPPORTUNITY IS RIGflT HERE I H i ARE OVEFtSTOOkED. ANDt-^AVS^iJBH^Sil?^^^l'i^J^:^^:^^rSPSifti-^l fif yi|i||l|^©iin . the' history of this eouiit^stf | | | | | i | | ^ ^ a c t u a l money sa ver,'and will: JIM iIllillftl^* e,Mail1 '' Indelible • in trie :Wm-§B§. |ii||l !l:|^ :iMeiiiory oi*close hiiyi!!i*s. ':': :|ll|lijl? .tc | 0 ^ a are the prices that will do ^iv.jJ' their own talking* /.•. PiSi§l§|fi il$^M%ii0&^y$izi I ^ r f h e e Pants Suits, from ages 4 to 13, 8vrcept'em but : sale price.,\".•'... ..-....• .,v^ ...-v,/v v..- ^ .Mten's^ICersej Pants :x -i^^^^^M^^^^^^^^M 43c CHlAP OVMCOAT^ iitiitli p:oii:certain/oc If§ff Ihese occasions is this sale WllStB t§S 3^!||ill#0oi Overcoat^ages 15 to 19, worth $7 50 and SS Il^^aJl wool Irish Freize Ulster, a regular §8.50 Coati ^ : isv?efep::'?em put,, sale price/.., .. .•. ^u^.^^j^: ^-/:^^ MetfslTineDre^^^ : l«s3vthanv$ iO.0^ ^h's^in e Bress Coat, all...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 November 1896

IXJOlt X PjifouClSAT, STVUQ-feoM BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 28, 181)0. :pye^iffa^iS SFiirhtture Store, ' •••ciat^sipipES^ : ptooiis $fcr& ^HyashtuT^s Store., [X^M^^^IXvi:SCKGEON.: tie ovw Relebei's Drug Store Restderire ::/ Connecwaby telephone.: physician and Surgeon. latattention given to diseases of women. All calls promptly attended. Bee oyer Halin's furniture store. , ST0iRClECttrrBAy, WIS. OW5i,tJlKMWST.i •'.,, HBII.MAN & JOHNSON, Props, . . notel ha s been newly refurnished and Bfltted throughout, and offers the very best of comtnodations tot the traveling public. Hot '\" cold water baths. Pirst-class sample jia. Free 'troi? to and from all boats and iHrates. Bates81.W) and $1.50per day. i S T i n ^ O N BAY, WIS. BAXV SHORE HOTfcX, ,. ... v : - ' v ^ J.FJfiXI^fJEn, P r o p . \" - 'First Class accornhiodations for man and ''beast. A good sajnple room eonneeud with ^ U B House. JSaies reasonable. .yV--. ::^ ::::V:-sAwyEK^b6ji:co.. Tana'/:••' ^ I B S T NATIONAL HOTKk, •*• ^ T O...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 28 November 1896

j f t p t ^ • ' ' ^ - S ^ ^ ^ A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frev from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 4 0 YEARS THE STANDARD. '\"'•• :. :V: Bay-View, . ' ' No schoolwas held Thursday or Fri- day. - ' ',.,.•. . • AyoMngcbikJ of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Watson is ill. Dr. Kreitzer now has an oili'ce in the Gosjttleyran huiklltrg-. Mrs. V.. J. Hennessey hits been ill with grip the {hist week. Simon Malony is at Menominee, where he expects to remain for some little Hmo. .-:::•• • :. V Martin Gilbert. »•Â«Â«! known charac- ter, has returned to his old .stamping grounds here. •Rwhtv Kngel is building a foundation for Jos. Loslie who will build a resi- dence'-thereon.-. Tboyoiing men*' meeting bold at the Friend H church, lust Sunday evening was a big success. , Hod Van D.ir.Mor spent, Saturday and Sunday here with his family, Ho left Monday for Madi.M.ii. , \" 0 t e , Wolf b:i« boon under the weather \"•-most ofthe time during the pain week, the vvi(J of n itad oohi, The »U'tt'Mba...

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 December 1896

GREISBN. WOOL UNbEWAfEAR^bvERSHIRTS Puring the week has foreed many to IOOK for warmer Underwear, md they naturally come to us and u the'STALEY Goods. Noth- is so waxm. Nothing is so strong. Nothing is so cheap, I ity considered. FACTORY SOUTH BEND STOppON BAY, WIS., SATtlitPAY, DECEMBBK 5, 1896. NO. 46. I NO. Another lot ol'Cloth and Plush Caps, houtyht and are being soldi at HALF PKICE. Scotch and Golf Caps..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5 c SOcSeotch and Golf Caps.... 2 5 c iPlush C a p s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5 c , 5 0 c , 6 0 c , 7 5 c , $ . 1 . 2 5 .1UST H A L P K E G L A K P K I C E. jOverGoats.U ^ When you see a.man with a nice, well fitting Overcoat or Ulster on. It is ten to one he bought it at our store. The price fits the purse too. \\ A Nice Black Cheviot O v e r c o a t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... $ 5 . 0 0 |Dark Blue Beaver Overcoat, Velvet collar. .-........... . . $ 0 . 5 0 fAll Wool Beaver Kers...

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