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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 10 May 1894

S@IliS£||#M' \"#'S^ •'? -:•••: •• ' '. , • ' •'•\" ~. • . •••'\"• • '\"' .-//^^-\\ ..'\":^ ^''''-^o'^^?':^ vrmymEMO^ 1994. JEBMIMINMiUENCE. SUCH IS THAT EXERCISED BY WOMAN ON THE AFFAIRS OF LIFE. xvomon'acauso is man's. Th^f sink and rise together, dwarfed or godlike, bond or free.,\"—Professor i'elix Adlcr. ALMOST 6IVEN AWAY To the Readers of tMs Paper. For fu1 1 particulars see Page 5. Ideal- Checks, by Which She Curbs the Lawlessness of MeVs Nature—Elementa- ry Justice Demands That All Careers Be- Open to Her. Woman in tho past has exercised a great and benign Influence upon the world. What has been the secret of this influence f Woman is physically the weaker. Has man abused his advantages over her as des- potically as the rule mentioned would lead us to expect? Has not woman had at her command influences of an Ideal kind with which sho has succeeded in curbing tho lawlessness of men's nature and checking his attempts to overpass tho due limits? One of those ideal checks is tlt...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 10 May 1894

- BVBBY THUB8DAY AFXfettNQON. J. EDWABD HARRIS, Publisher. • /\"fr:. TiBMsbi SUBSCRIPTION: OneTear.'..ii.,':..:-fu'^i . .. ... ....^... .. .»1.0t 8lxMontl».v.t.. .. ..iv..„ .00 ThreeMonth*. ,.....^, .25 8(n«loCopies......... ..........,....r....... .08 Advertising rates furnished upon application. Kntend at the Vottcfflu in \"Sturgeon Bay, Wis. at teeond-ctatt matter. STURGEONBAY,WIS., MayJO. 1894. , WHICH SHALL WE BELIEVE. Unfortunately for the Hon. E. 8. Minor the people of this county bav,e \"realized\" - the special \"qualifications\" of that g*htie man for holding office chiefly through the columns of the DoorCounty Advocate, the , republican paper of the county. Mr. Min- or's record has during past years been fully and completely published in that journal, and upon his record thus placed before the public Mr. Minor must be judged. The editor of the Advocate has through the columns of his paper presented Mr. Minor to the people of this county as a man whose political life an...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 10 May 1894

91 THE DEMOCRAT^ THT7TEfe|l)AY, MAY 1Q 1894. WEBSTER'S Enur$&..,DICTIONARY Successor of the \"Cjaabrid^ed.\" Bveryhody should own this Dictionary. It an- Gwers all questions concerning the his- tory, spelling, pro- nunciation, and cleaning or •words. AI,ibzhzyin Itself, it also gives the often de- sired information concerning eminent persons facts concern- in tho countries, cities, towns, and n a t - ural features of tho globe particulars con- 'cernhijr .noted itati'ious jjersons and places tmttslRf io- of ioreien quotations. It Is in- \"valnaMc in t.':o home, office, study, and BcbooUocui. Thn rr.r- ar it Standard Authority. lion. L\\J li'-tsTrfr, Jnstteo of U. 8. Supreme Court, w!t a : \"'i h InicniftUoiml Dictionary Is Vm iii'r',vu',i:i of dictlonHries. I commend it to iUmiua o io(nv.U Fiaiulai-.: r.nthority.'f Cold b:j All liaolzseXcnl G. L-C. XTvrrlim Co. I'ti'ili&hW, ' Sprin?tic ,I, Mass. tTF'-ri^ not ).ny i-iirtip nVntn- -'-ijiliif n-y.i'.iit •.'' i.uir.fin i l ' t i ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 10 May 1894

f§^/^^0a^0itiit watch. /has^foe|ft | 'imaged by. drop- £in£6u| of the bow, and • i©ye^ who thefelyici^ old .pull-\" out bow and the new WttT-OI^TM* will exclaim: \"Ought to have been made long ago!\" Itcan't betwistedoffthecase. Can only be had with jas. Boss Filledand othercases stamped with this trade mark-?— Ask your jeweler for pamphlet. Xmtone WatcB Case Co., Philadelphia. E. C. CAMERON Manufacturer ot and dealer inntl kinds of C e m e t e r y \"Work, AHNAPEE. wrs. ELTT-8 CATARR H CREAMBALM Is quickly absorbed. Cleanses the Nasal Passage*. Allays Vain and Inflammation, Heals the Bores. Protect* the Membrane from Additional Cold. Restores the Senses of Taste aad Smell. IT W i l l CUKE. A part'tolo 1« applied agreeable. Priceftu mail. ELY 11HOTI IE -FEV61* (Mt*nwh \\w trll and is nt lru»rMl«tf or by St.. K. Y. iouarcli Cycle Co, :' c rnd Halsted Sts. CHICAQO . 1 % i ^%*W*«/V%-« KrrtK Well, what «f t h a t t ^ ^ 0$j(-}?. T i s butacomirton thlngTi»ireBrineB»-- / And wi...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 10 May 1894

'A^f^flf g^'5^^5 ^ £ RIGHTS OF CHILDREN ARE SEL- ^ ' g b d M GIVEN CONSIDERATION. . American Mothers Through English Kywk -Turpentine In the Blckrooin—The Moth- ers' Club—Beautiful at Klghty—WOTIMUI •nd the Political Life. Haver they ever been considered, ever dassified and arranged? Haveconventlons SVBT discussed them and brainy men and women ever, fought for them? And what besides- a punishment—generally over- severe for some great fault and not in one case out of a hundred properly adapted to the child's temperament—is tho result of any attempt on the part of the small suf- ferer to secure themf .Children have a right to tho uttermost care, attention and consideration, even when it involves serious discomfort and trouble on the part of tho parent. Tho children did not insist upon being born they had no voice in the matter. To please ourselves wo bring a little soul and body Into this world, endow it with strong feel- ings and tastes, and then daily hurt tho one and ignore tho ot...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 10 May 1894

» m-ii(ix»i mmM&M&m &RIEF LOCAL NOTES. —Henry Leonbardt now occupies a posi- tion as salesman in A. W, Lawrence & Co.'a store.:' —Mrs. EL C. Scbfleld will soon be num- bered among Our lady bicyclists. She will ride a \"Monarch.\" r-Honry Fetzer has purchased a 30-pound Monarch light roadster, his old wheel, an Excelsior, being taken in exchange. . —Miss Alberta Martin and Miss Nella Mudgett are the latest additions to the ranks of our, lady bicyclists. Both of the young ladies ride Monarcbs. —.Thos. O'Neill is having a well drilled on the property recently purchased by him in the third ward. The work is being done by Bowo Bros, with their steam drilling outfit. —JohuFalk has put up his apparatus for hoisting water into his street sprinkler on the dock at tho foot of Liberty street, near where Smith ct Daley's grist mill formerly stood. , —Farmers report that at present the prospect for good crops this season is as favorable as could bo wished for. 1'he hay crop wil...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 17 May 1894

JW^PBGIK^B^^ NUMBER 33. The^^Ort BnUdta* W«» ' Struck While SdMMl tTM In 8«Mlon, bat Not » Single Perion W « Ii^^ : Excitement Caaaed by Uie Ao^ - gfg^ e ibity high school building was struck by lightni^ between nine and ton o'clock Monday forenoon. The startling news was •conveyed down town bysome of thechild- ren who darted out doors at the first sign of danger, and who without waiting for their hats or coats rushed out into the rain and down town to their parents' place of business, where they breathlessly commun- icated the startling news that the school- house had been struck by lightning. As may be easily imagined, these 'tidings caused a general stampedejn the direction of that building, and within a, very, few minutes a large crowd of anxious parents, fearful for the safety of their children, - were gathered at the buUding*— It-vwBk with a great feeling of relief that it was soon learned that hone of the children or their teachers were injured at all. It was certainly a...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 17 May 1894

:$$ anil StylishBmtingSi and wcMri^ feettef prepared thaiveyer tojgiyeyoti clothes that are guar-v antced1 to give\": satisifactioh and ia% prices that suit the times. - : cBoys' Suits, $ 13 and upward. Men's Suits, $15 and upward. Pants^ $3.50 and upward, / We also carry a large stock ot Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents'Furnishings. Also dealers la Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Denier In D^Gbod^rffroceries, Clothing, Proirisions, Etc. JACKSONPOKT - WIS. 'l tony the tllulie^t market nrloo for Farm Produce. Oordwood, Owlar Posts and Tics. Publlo Dookntfe at reasonable rates. Also buy Fresh and Salt Fish. CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. Brick of the bcstiouality for bulldinfr pur- nrfoko f th e bcstiqualit y fo r bulldlnf c pur - poses or tire brick lafd dowp at any pter In the county. Write for prleva. Tgffs mid ateanibarges supplied with steamboat wood at all times. New. Meat, Market, We dfBlro to ealJ the attention of ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 17 May 1894

tf.^SM^i^*894 - i s LULLABY. •Themoon burns « behind the hOlj ::Sleeip,littl» rosebud,sleep. I hew tho plaintive\"whippoorwill : Sleep, little rosebud, sleep. IU throat is mellow with a lay ' ' I never heard before today. rwonder what grieves its heart away. ' The nichjt wind* rustle on the hill . Sleep,, little rosebud, sleep. The stars tire shining for the morn Sleep, little rosebud, Bleep.: The night another morn has born Sleep, little rosebud sleep. • The stars gleam on another grave. The dews another tombstone lave, 'Where larkspur bloomed but yesterday The night hangs pressing on the morn Sleep.little rosebud, sleep. :' The winds have sobbed the stars to rest Sleep, little rosebud, sleep. The whippoorwill sleeps within its nest Sleep, little rosebud, sleep. Two little teeth begin to show. Two little eyes give back the glow That beamed on me one year ago. Baby's sobs would break her rest Sleep, little rosebud, sleep, —Alfred Bryant.. I!f THE BANKS. ALMOST GIVEN AWAY To the Re...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 17 May 1894

^oneYnarSii ?%f^i£#^w&tV:'v-. - i i. |i.6o •J5ingie:0%Je1i *v£*^ Adyeirtlrit^ratei furnUbed upon application, STUitGBON BAY, WIS., May 18. 1894 , The much-discussed question of -the an* nexation of the fourth ward to this city is again to be brought up, and this time it vritibe finally^settled. The new. charter provides that by a majority vote the yot- • : ers of the city may separate from the city any part of its territory whose residents demand such action, and a petition asking that the question of allowing the fourth ward to separate, from the city be voted on baa been circulated and signed. Whether the people of the city will decide to let that part of our municipality relapse into the rustic simplicity of village- dom or not can hardly be told until after the votes are counted. There are many different ways to look at the matter. Many think that if the fourth warders don't want to be in the city they should be allowed to depart in peace. From a political point of view th...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 17 May 1894

B W \"•-\"•\"• *hoitfdS^wM .. _ . , Dictionary. « an- swers all qusrtans vCQucCdmiiurthfe lifsN Itself, it also fdres the often de- siredinformation concernlnceminontpersons facts concern- ing tbo countries, citle*,town«, and n»t- nral fentnrea of the globe jpamOTlarscon- cemiacnote«lflctitiousier8on8andplace« translation of foreign Quotations. It is in- valuable la tfcd-'home, Office, study, and Schoolroom. '^W^a •? 'pfyriri^''cfih^:&a&axd Authority. ^non~J»7j Brewrr»:Jn«««« of V. 8. Supreme Court, V'itoo inwroatloiuU Dictionary is tlm i*r*ectioa of dlrtlonnries. I commend It to milrJttttB one creat standard authority.\" •, ..-' Sotdb'jyiitlfwtksellcTa. '§,'• «Cr C Merriam Co. i'libltidters. SprlmMW,Mass. 'CTPl tnijr eli^npnltofo- itfnuliii* tvitnum o»' micieut isTiT.'inu. i K^w^UoTfrciT'* WEBSTER'S INTERNOTONALl DICTIC^Rf, Hard T i m e s . : . . . .. Won't Affect Your IF YOU GO Td FJB£.jbMAlW8 FOB TOUJt GROCERIES. LOOK AT THESE PRICES. 85 lbs. good Currants,...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 17 May 1894

at is easy to steal or ring watches from the ?0Skt&. ^Tl ^»«T g«ts Ibe watch in one hand, the chain in the other and gives a isbott^'fluict jeric-r-the ring slips off the '• watch stem, and. away goes the watch, leav- ing the victim only the chain. ../•'•. f i l i a l Moppet f | ttat1 p game: The bow has a groove on each end A collar runs down inside the Sta endant (stem) and into the grooves, firmly locking the bow to the pendant, so that it cannot be pulled or twisted oft Sold by all watch dealers, without••ssk , cost, on Jas. Boss FiUcd,^»ta other f E y -c£se containing this^raae mark-r- ../•/ Ask your jeweleHoir pamphlet. Keystone'Wattjh Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. .. . /^ ^ t h e whole affair was a mistake, E. C. CAMERON • Manufacturer of and dealer in all kinds of OoiadLotory T71TOI*1IL ) AHNAPEE. - wja ' ELY'S {JREAMBALM CATARRH la quickly absorbed. Cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allays Pain and Inflammation, Heals the Bores. Protects the' Membrane from Additional Cold. Re...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 17 May 1894

m m w i i § f . l C W E A R : T H I S , ^ Blaek Btirc« mnd SUkWarp H c n ^ ^ t N k |r |»«r^de tfce ^QM'Biiw^SIsI^^ H M Been Btdeetetl on Account a t Its irs* ltacMsmdSofKlness—T^ COdpyright 1894, by American- Press Assoclar Scarcely havowe BcenaU the new spring goods when we find thorJmve given place to the summer garments, and It struck me With a thrill of sunrise when I came upon A lot of new oatMng dresses. I had not realised that summer was so near. But when bathing garments are \"in\" it is a surer sign o f slimmer than one swallow. The bathing attire this year differs prin- cipally from that of last 6eason in having berthas and the full effects, wrought by . BATHING BOTT8 FOR THR SUMMER OF 1894. wide shoulder drapery and full sleeves. The old ugly blue flannel bathing dress is a thing of the past and is relegated to tho bathing pavilions at the seaside, where theyhlro them out for 25 cents. With these go tho shapeless hats that hido the wearers' blushes for wearing such ho...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 17 May 1894

—•Another heavy thunder and rain'storm' la«edov.erthi region Tuesday night, S —The brlcklayerfl commenced work on *he walk of John Graetfs new building on .'i^eldayv '' \".' —Your attention is directed to changes Yin advertisements of James B. Mann and Chas. Orelsen, and to locals of E. G. Ear- •ker. ••••• ' :. \\-V '. —The lawsuit which grew out of the failure of the Peoples store in this city last summer, will be tried at Marinette this week. —Diphtheria has again made its appear- ance in this city, one of Chas. Crandall's children having the disease. The premises have been quarantined by Health Officer H.C. Blbree. —Don't fail to attend the band enter- tainment at Opera House on Saturday evening. Reserved seats on sale at Reich- el's drug store. —James W. Campbell, dentist, of Mil- waukee, will be at the Hotel Vendome, in this city, on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, May 22d and 23d: —The draw now in use on the bridge across this bay will probably be purchased by the city of...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 24 May 1894

fisfei.: VOLUME XXI. STUKGBON BAY, W^§ffBimSDJi^yMA^/2^ 1894. H i NUMBER 34. CITY COUNCIL DOINGS. PLAN TO PUT IN A PARTIAL WATER WORKS SYSTEM. The f^eiM a Ctoofr One — Transient Mer- chants ami Dog Owners WU1 Be Taxed Hereafter --Third Ward , Gets Another • 'VBI*etric tight' : The city council met last evening and indulged in a lively session. A petition from numerous third warders asking that another electric light be placed at the cor- ner of Spring and Court streets, near the Moravian church, was read and granted, three negative votes being cast by Alder- men Lawrence, Hildebrandt and Rank. Tiie appointment of a nightwatchman was laid over until another meeting. It is pro- posed to pass an ordinance defining just what that officer's duties' shall be and the extent of his beat. The fourth warders al- so want a watchman and their request will receive attention later on. An ordinance • placing a tax of one, dollar on dogs and two dollars on bitches was passed, and al- so an ordinan...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 24 May 1894

^ ^ e KiVe in stock a fine line pf Wew and\"StylishSuitings, ami ?wre are/better prepared than ever t o give you clothes that are guar- anteed to give -satisfaction' and a t prices that suit the times. Boys' Suits, $13 and upward. Men's Suits, $15 and upward. Pants, $3.50 and upward. We also carry a-large stock -ot Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, and everything in the line of Gents'Furnishings. Also dealers In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. EKPA1UINO A SPECIALTY. Jos. LeMere, Dealer tu Dry Goods,.Groceries Provisions, Etc. JACKSONPOKT WIS. 1 pay tho highest mnrket prlco for Farm Produce, (toruwoori. Odar l\\wts und Tien. Public Docktige fit reasouable niton. Also buy Fresh and Salt Fish. CREAM AND SHEBOYGAN BRICK. Ilrlokof tho befit quality for butldinsr pur- poses or Are brick laid down ut any pier in tho county. Writo for print*. Tag's mid Htenmbnrges supplied with steamboat wood at All times. V ==== = New, Meat, Market, We desire to call tho attention of tho people of Sturgeon. Day ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 24 May 1894

S-iiRiNG BLOSSOMS. The Uly praises God with open heart The rose La p«rfnmed chambers prays apart. Thetnlfp flashes like a trumpet's blare, Love's blood red banner answering LOTB^S ^/iv:/|pra^er ' '.---1 ' .-'•. •••-. Crocus and daisy their snug secrets keep Of the spring wakening and the winter sleep, \"While lowly grass and dandelion lay Their ereen and gold to deck the king's high* ' • way. —Julia Ward Howe in Outlook.: ALMOST GIVEN AWAY To the Readers of tbis Paper. For full particulars see Page 5. i&x- A STRAW BIDE. Thb youhg-pcopio of today can scarcely realize what a \"straw rido\" was like 100 years ago, or.that the fun provoking ex- cursion enjoyed 60 much nowadays hod an ancient and necessary origin. It is prob- able, however, that as much fun and laugh- ter accompanied the straw rido then as now, for young people are aliko in all ages and the world oyer. When our English forefathers sottled first in the New England states, especially Vermont and New Hampshire, they es...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 24 May 1894

A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL. PUBLISHED J. EDWiiAD HABBim Publisher. TXBMS OV StTBSOBUPTlOir: : MM • -{One'T««r-i .'i?, Six Months... TbreeMontbs. Adyertlaicff rates famished upon application. XiUtrtd tt the po$toJIU« in Bluraeon Bap, WU ^r ..• aitecona-ciatt matter. STUBGBON BAF, WIS, May » 18M. . • • •'• '. THCV ARC NOT SINCERE. '• The Imlncerty of one of the republican senators who are opposing the pending tariff bill was shown the other day, says the New fork Times, by Mr. Cnllom's plea : for a bill \"Based npon the difference be- tween the cost of production between the United States and foreign countries.\" This was an echo of the declaration of the . republican platform of 1893 that the duties should be equal to the difference .between the labor cost of products here and the labor cost of similar products abroad. - Mr. Cullom knows that in such a bill as the one be pretends to favor the duties would be much, lower than those of the bill now before the senate'or those of the origi...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 24 May 1894

§mmkm TE^JJilBaS^ AY MAXf 84 . 1894. To that Healthful Beverage A cap of Teals always good. When reeUng from your toil It seta uponthe nervous system, * Like rata upon the soil. ^.. ^.'t:. ''r The rain you know ft bools the soil ? : „And strengthens vegetatlohr • . WhileTea it oools the fevered bridh. And gives strength against vexation. So do not fear to use good Tea, Whene'er your fanoy craires: . • Twtilhelp to lead a peaceful life, While nearlng to your graves. This is the kinrd of Tea to be found only at Jan^sR.\" Mann's Tea Store,\" and at prices that for quality ofgoods defy competition. We asTe decide* for *he next 80 Days togfw with tack poaad of Tea at the anal }ov prlt- M, » Talasble Praecat to ladies others who hare aot ased oar Teas to try theat'. Onee a eaitaner for oar Teas means always one. Tours truly, .X..JAMES R. MANN, Masse Block, Sturgeon Bay, RESUtt OF FRIDAY'S ST0R1UV sohooner Jack Thompson and broken adrift from her anchorage. G«pt Wilson and five men drow...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 24 May 1894

z^(^0m::ia(£^ient opportunity fqr the t fim^mtxk\\td. ge^your Nvatch. If you -wpuld:j& pinpofiagainst his skillj be sura, ihatihi 1 ^ (pir/ring) is a ^ls%dhderful bow Isnowfitted to tho Filled Watch Cases, which are made of two plates of gold soldered to a plate of composition metal. Look equally as well as solid gold cases, and cost about half as much. •'_\" » Guaranteed to wear 20 years.' Always look for this trade mark^ None genuine without it. Sold only through watch dealers. Ask any jeweler for pamphlet or send to the manufacturers. KeystoneWatch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. E. C. CAMERON Manufacturer of and dealer in all kinds of. Ooiaaiotor y \"\\7Vorl5. AHNAPfiE. '.. • WIS. ELY'S CREAMBALM C A T A R RH la quickly Absorbed. Cleanses th« Nasal Passages, Allays l*aln and InUamlnatlon. Heals the Soros. Protects the TOombrnne from Additional Cold. Itestore* the Senses of Tasto and Smell. IT WILL CUBE. COLD'N HEAD A purllclo IH m|'U») tii' iilili'no-trll »n Is hgreonblt!. l'ri...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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