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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 20 December 1894

Read f ^ i ^ ^ ^ W o r i d ' s - Fair Judges saidwhen grant- ing the Highest Award to \" A bright, sweet navy- plug chewing tobacco, con- taining finest quality of Bur- ley Leaf. Has a fine, rich flavor and excellent chewing qualities,combining all points necessary to rate this product of the highest onier of excellence in its class.\" Everybody who tries CLI- MAX PLUG says it's the best. For sale everywhere. II S t COUNTY MAIL BAG. WASHINGTON ISLAND. To the Editor of The Democrat: DETROIT HAUBOK, Dec. 14th—One o£ the largest weddings that has taken place on : the Island was oa the 10th when Mr. Bern- hart Anderson was united to Miss Dora -.-Lycke, oldest daughter of Mr. George Lycke. Mr. Anderson has lived here many years and is one of our exemplary young men. Tables were set for 140 guests, and ample jastice was done to the repast.1 The young couple were presented- with many very fine and valuable gifts, the most valu- able being a fine brick bouse, furnished from cellar to garre...

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 — 20 December 1894

m mm Ipllll^^ niltarWhlt* AUo For«inlat« » Me»«or»— 'v-M«J«?Bi|»».l, V-^fc.v^v -.• *• Heard.:' •C.-:^iuratn«JToa,' Dec 14.—The herring Sbeiteri) th e house banking- an d cur-cies, \\'--snatey commltte o n th e question of a j reorganization o f th e currency laws ••'iii^riB»timed:iii thisToonioi th e ways and means committee, bu t di d no t more off very promptly. It was expected tha t Secretary Car- lisle would present hi s currency bill and continue hi s statement of Mon- day, but as the secretary wa s late In •rriving, Mr. White, editor of th e Ne w York Evenin g Post, opened th e hearing. . Mr. Johnson asked- Mr. White s opinion o n Secretary Car- lisle's currency plan. Mr. White an- swered that h e did not think th e sec- retary's plan would give th e elastic ' currency i t sought t o secure. I t con*- pelted b a n k s t o pu t u p thirty cents every time they issued seventy-five oents. A t th e clone of Mr. White's state- ment h e submitted his bill on the lines of...

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 — 20 December 1894

Wm&6 H% midnight la passed. And the Christ- mas Is here O solemn bells, ring Through the night hushed and clear AM sngelio hosts brought the tidings of old. Let now the glad news by thy deep tongues be •• \" told. y -•-.' O Joyto the world, ,3 , Forget sorrow and feari •'.: The midnight Is passed, And the Christmas Is here. The morning has dawned, And„the Christmas Is here Hand clasps brother hand. Heart to heart draws more near. Tna Incense of pines fills the homes of the land, !• God's bouse behold now a worshiping • band . Because long ago 1 The dear Christ-child was born. The sunrise to-day '.v v Brings the world Christmas mom. The evening shades gather, Still Christmas Ishere Draw closer the curtains While fires burn clear. The Joy of bestowing transfigures each face. The heart is an altar, a thrice holy place- O Joy to the world, Heaven's raptures appear! Themidnight draws on, - : And the Christmas is here. —31ar Tjoulse Burhham, to Youth's Com- panion. |T was a wild a n d...

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 — 20 December 1894

ECAUS E inferior and cheaper made baking preparations are cAd at wholesale.,at-a price so# much lower than ROYAL, some grocers )«e urging consumers to buy them in place of the ROIAL at:the samey-ciail price, ffxyou clcsirKto try any of the pretended substitutes for ROYAL BAKING X 1-^ar in mind that they are all made from cheaper and infcrioringrcdientVand are not so great in leavening strength nor of equal money valuer Pay the price of the ROYAL BAKING POWDER for the RO-YAL only It is still more important, however, that ROYAL BAKING POWDER is purer and more wholesome ancNmakes better, finer, and more healthful food .than any other baking powder or preparation. W0:-600''^^M0'0¥^^ S^MEs»te JScb^iM» ^^K\"00- 0^0^ ^ 0000^^¥S^i^f^^^0 .. Y^$0we:f0i&^kper.'rtv^<l to: og, a n d ronst s a y t b a ( y o U r i d v e r t l « c t p e n t iread s i n b e t t e r t a s t e t h a a my*Iiri w e h a v e Feeo Theriei n o t b l u g l i k ^ p a b l t e h r i u g t h e . t e s t i m o n ...

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 — 27 December 1894

Historical Rooms\" WE PUBLISH ALL THE GENERAL AS WELL AS --•:'. LOCAL NEWS. A FIRST CLASS J O B O F F I C E CONNECTED WITH THE DEMOCRAT iMQLUMEXXIL- tiir STURGEON PAY, WIS.. THURSDAY DECEMBER 27, 1894. NUMBER 131 PERSONAL MENTION. s=#tSsitrB.C. S. Hamilton is again on the sick lPi»t-'^ V''''•• V •'•..-'•:'/.-'V ^ ^ I ^ S i Kinney left Wednesday for the west flfll^-:''• • • :~ ix i / •' • •. . . ^ ^ l l i & : Jenkins will visit'relatives during ||p|jSf Wnfc Fagg, of Forestville, was in th e ^ y i M v n d a y . ^$^Ti::Hr' Smith made a tiusiness trip to ^ | | I a n i t o w o c the first of the week. • |§|i|jsft^gepb Roscoe and Joe Pichet, of Egg |§|||E|irbor, paid this city a visit last week. |f§t|!!5JVauk Strou left .for Ahuapee today, |||iirhere he will call at a dance this evening. fgff^flBuid Flexuer, part owner of the Banner f|f|fiftore, departed for Marinette yesterday. fpf||§f John Reynolds, of Institute,~spent .Fri- jtS^|5day/ and Saturday of last week in this llfitty^...

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 — 27 December 1894

IV THBOfrtJ Ig yondor belfry: - Hark howl wake the world! - Oh, Joyful bo the racSsago „ That broadcast now 1» hurled! *»* A word of hopeand triumph. Again I waft to you, Ringing out tae old year, Kinging In the new! ryo marked the gains and losses, The strivings of the hour: Bank weeds I've seen upgrowlng, Where should have bloomed the flower. The nobler path and purpose, I bid ye all pursue, Ringing out the old yoar. , Ringing in tho new! To all a heart of gladnoss, Tojall a Kindly thoughtI Beneath Tlmo's opening portals. No good deed be unwroughtf How soon my voice is silent, Its moments now, how fowl Ringing out tho old year, Ringingtothe new! May brightest sunshine gather About each roof-treo fair! God's blessing on tho hnrvest, That bounteously we share: Joys blossom in life's pathway And thus I bid adieu— Ringing out tho old year, Rlnaihg in the now! —Gcorgo Cooper, in Golden Days. fELL,\" impudently queried tho man a s he stood In th e door of a fourth floor room and looke...

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 — 27 December 1894

gppg ^RKMMJRAIiHIlp: Good Bosda Considered In tb« Ufht of Modern taste will notgbac to old systems of country livlnjr. The backwoods will do for adventure, -'''iiw''in/wh^a^t6...: timber for farms, or till the virgin plains, but the country as » whole wants more of country air in the pities, and of city comforts in the country, and the (rood road is the ciyillierthat will soonest make this interchange of blessings .'-possible. '•••'. When the country was new and the cities small, culture pioneered, charmed with the glory awaiting success. Cities like magic grew, and the farmer became the banker and remained the farmer still. He was a legislator and a farmer still but the country dis- trict has not kept pace with the city development, chiefly from the want of ?o* roads, and the country can easily account for loss in population and in caliber as to culture, while the cities acquire the best the country affords. A good road means a fine breed of horses and money in the breeding of 6A...

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 — 27 December 1894

1»»MB o# SfBsoauTioK: .Jte'jto«ltliiiii*v «-.-..i'^..'v.-.M- TbreeMonthj,i.i ..... ..:..*... .* Single Copies....... ,-../.• ,........ tutfitM^n*Irate* futttished upon application, ..JtO v. •. .•••• .so' -Jhii^Wiiii |A« J'MtoMitn Stvrpton Mi, Wit. SfprtriMJidN ^ Y , .WIS* DEC. 27.18S» : ^ t o laid that a \"bed of soft coal ha* •*te**n'discovered\"in, Oconto county. -} 11BS.IOE wife Of Gen. J. B, lo» assisfc- »n t secretary of war, Is seriously sick at her rtsWenc© in Waihington. TnEKE is lotsof mueic in the republican fold just now oyer who shall be speaker of the next assembly. THB man who resort* to lying to in- crease his business generally finds the final results unsatisfactory. iWnHKB was Gverbeck when tbe\"pie \" was cut! Watchin' and waitin'. \"All things come to him who waits.\" T HE good times promised so lavte.hly.by both political parties, pryor to the election last fall, seem to have been aide-tracked. IT is said that all available room in the express offices in...

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 — 27 December 1894

It is prepared Math the utmost care and skill from the choicest leaf grown possessing a flavor and substance that makes it dear to the heart of every tobacco chewer. It is made by the oldest tobacco manufacturers in America, and the largest in the world, and cannot be excelled. Tr y i t You'll agree with the many thousand discriminatingchewerswho use it exclu- sively, and pronounce it much the best I \" t ' Q X - i 0 2 ? ± l l £ * , r 3 . ? S t . KtoT/Moii. -«•• taPYftieHT 1894. fly THE AUTHOR. AURIGHTS Reseftveo *?:y\\'•'.\" CHAPTER IL | : ' . T h e soldier a r t i s t resume d hi s sea t a s •. A l i c e rode.away , an d sa t an d w a t c h e d jher u n t i l a b e n d in t h e t r a i l hid h e r ( f r o m hi s eyes. H e h a d often seen th o y o n n g girl a t a distanc e a n d h a d ad - i = imired h e r graceful figure a n d light , i jepringy step , b u t h a d never before h a d jari o p p o r t u n i t y t o closely observe h e r (face. A s sh e s a t o n h e r pon y b o...

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 — 27 December 1894

A\" :.:OHKi« flncl8.of,'groid have been made I n C t t i ^ and enterprising' Americans are already a t work there showing th e simple natives wha t real energy is. •) -i,lisr\" a bill n o w before conjfress, India- liola is the name which hag been made ready for the Indian Territory, to pu t tha t regionOT th e same basis as th e Other territories T H E Menominee Indians have re- ceived permission from the interior de- partment t o c u \\ 17,000,000 feet of logs this winter a h a divide the proceeds among the workers: TfiEHEare fifty thousand more wom- e n than me n in the state of N e w York. The universal la w governing such mat- ters make s the female population of a long settled country or district higher than tha t of on e newl y settled or part* • l y developed an d BO in the N e w Eng- land states th e number of wome n is in excess of th e numbe r of men, while i n the western and Pacific states this is th e reverse. • ••\"•••• . T H E excavations made by Philadel- phia scie...

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 — 27 December 1894

'-* !#£_'.''.. .'.\" .\".. I lauls wonderful dream hurt nlgnt, g. . F&r$4reamea that Itaoa strayed.' Tfcroogta*shadowy valley, la* away, - • .:,*''..»\" , |^tto*lan wberedreams cfre viaaa.-r^s?'/• ^to*thereoaVholeItlBa'Wftionae, 5 Gloomy nnd dark and tall, ••'•.:.-•' 'MM* Mack nightmare, with fiery eye* ^\\WM tt^ t)iMid« ib«,iraa : ' JTbttSi from tho door, a figure cuav \\. jK't Wrapped Ina' siaatlagray . :'- V' * 0«to the black nlgUtmaro ho lespiwl. And gaUopedand galloped away ' And«bT the door were letters canrwl ••• Ina grlnniEg gargoyle's shade,'•• - And 1 read the words: \"In here are dreams' \" P naughty children made.\" Ai»dIal»osaw whereaca»tlestood, (\"• With aomea and tarreW too The walls with varying colors shoar \\Aithe glistening buottea do. y Asound ot muslo brestnea within, X : And tho door-wa3 opened wide There an anprol stood, andupahddowa Holooked on every Bide: • And • troop ofU^He chtldren c*me IP^^'I n white. vjMh naked feet .. V. *Aejr«Btewid in—...

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 — 27 December 1894

iivii Baking Absolutely pure. The ofifidalre^ port shows Royal Baking Powder chemical ly pure, yielding!60 cubic inches of leaven- ing gas per ounce ,of pow- der, which was greatly in excess of all others and more than 40 per cent above the average. Hence Royal Baking Powder , makes the lightest, sweetest and most wholesome food. .. - ••'- ' . . ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. if »ir A xrnai v u n r v r A T W **C?R g / dn° .?? c h r l n k \"? W ' T ! N E W V**R'S AT THE WHITE HOUSE. M M A N U S IS E W Y E A R S \"'J'it f\". to«:r.!:othinKH!:wra p k a a : « t , • . _ ax J « i a m j u , i , A J U x.xjixsv KJ t lhvy hrin: , ( .% a prb.o fight now on thin i which they nppeur t o hard previously ur- ME MADE ONE CALL AND HADAN ' EXCITING EXPERIENCE. CUtens to » Dissertation on MarrifJRo by Ills Friend, Dlimy Leary—A Game of Cards CnderTrri»KCJrcuinrtan«c»—JIye- -. tcry y the TutJ.i y. ami the Cut. •Hf.JSJichiu!l U:.*v'nnu related his trials mvl Ir'.huhUhms of his...

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 — 3 January 1895

. M a t ! 1 sow Historical R0om8 C-^E - PUBLISH ^ % THE GEHfil&fc : '. V. . A S W E I ^ ^ S f y A FIRST XJLASS J O B O F F I C E CONNECTED, WITH THE DEMOCRAT ?®ii^JME XXII, STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 189c. ACCIDENT ON THE AHNAPEE I WESTERN ROAD, — The above exit is not intended to accur-1 can almosthear the moan of our Business itely illustrate the accident on the A. &\\ Men's Association (as represented by the W. road last Tuesday. We'll tell you , lady to the left) over the sad result. The The cut shows how it', president and secretary of our humanie so- ciety may be seen taking core of the wounded, while the chronic kickers, who never can see any good in anything, and who think we'er all going to the demnition bow-wows nuyhow, and that'any move in the way of public improvement is only hurrying our arrival there, may be seen to the right, and you can' almost hear them say \"I told you so.\" .And then it might have been - . about that later. might have been i...

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 — 3 January 1895

STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. Itepwbrtt lriioft}|jjenco From All Parts. .DOMESTIC. THE state normal college for girls at JlAyipgtttove, one of the most prosper- otu institutions in Alabama, was : AilBATT snowstorm -raged from Ne- toraakatx) the Atlantic coast EDWABDK. CASTES, for twenty-nine year* a clerk la the National bank of commerce of New York, confessed to embezzling $80,000. WiixiAsf 6. WBJTMAS, of Wiriooski, Vty \"hot and lulled his wife an/i two ooys and then committed suicide. Do- mestic trouble was the cause. A. W Af/roif, of New Jerusalem, ~^MtTwEen arresTe^-lrr^nrtM.eauir upon the charge of insanity said he waa on the way to Washington to kill the president. EIGHTEEN persons were seriously in- jured in a collision between passenger trains at Waxohachlc. Tex. Aux failed in an effort to lower her record at Los Angeles, trotting a mile in 2.08^. The 2-year-old Directly paced a mile in 8:08. _• Tux largest single mail ever brought across the Atlantic arrived in New York on the ...

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 — 3 January 1895

i:^''-^ WE^CURtAIN. ^ ^ v : . : : : •'%£*&* ** rapturous applause, Ptoal CTery row ascending: v Tao actor gives a grasimis pausa, Wo those before low bending. Admired or all the ladies rare. What compliments they utter! How many hearts amid the tutr Are now set In a flutter? • • w . The play goes on, tho curtain fa)U Upon tha act of splendor Kach heart emotional recalls •:'•' lis incidents BO tender. Oh, sweet the glamour of tho sceno, .With nothing coarse to break it! Imagination rules serene, i .: • And fancy's what we make it. BEHIND. Tho leadicg lafry,'Just deceased. Has Rot a at or laughter The leading man, from toll rcleaseO, A sandwich has sent after. The pasteboard rocks are put aside, Tho lovely sylphs arc yawning Tho dancing girls in plain clothes hid*, No beaux aroung them fawning. The funny men are scowling now. And he who sold dust scattered Upon the sceno with happy brow ' Looks doleful now ana shattered. And so it is throughout the days Of this our life uncertain...

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 — 3 January 1895

mMm ipiii THE DEMOCRAT l'CJtLlSHM CO. ^ftft sJpfoiMiili-r ^ a«s|^0'itttift,iV5 &\"*.• • ••Av'ii:•. •,-'.. • .so Three Month*,v.rf -v.... • . .- . :.. v.U V :v.. j» '••Mi^i^'aiih^^Mi^Mifin sturgeon Bay, Wit. STtmGBON BAS\" WIS., JAff. 3.1885. J JB'to Sl.QO '• .to to\". .OT .!«to 1.U) ' .85 to .87 .Ml to .85 .77 to 'DO .SO to .flu tv.oo to $&r,o .S!) t .as .'is to .2(1 .11 to .ia •is to ,17 : .::i: |^'^-\\.THAT CANADIAN HM.//'-••:•:, 1 For tlno benefit of \"Anothiuryli'armer,\" • ^Wbo wo rather.'suspect.: of lining, Instead, a political hucksterf) win)'-insists in the Advocate of Bee. 29th„tljiit Canadian hay is raining the marhet'-in this country we quote the followhfg from the Western Advertiser, pahHshed at iLondon, Ontario, Canada, of date Dec. :iSth, 1804. \"Local market, reported by A. M. Hamil- ton&i^n, Ixjn'don, Dee. 26th.\" 'M*'.-', * ' . - • • ' • * • ' ft : . m •. • -. » # y'Jfbe hay trade wan steady and of moderately '•'good'SUse, but down at much lower pri...

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 — 3 January 1895

A ^ ^ ^ : \" \" ' * topYRioHTi8S4. BY T«E AUTHOR. AuRIGHTS RESERVED^*' .^\"i^.-'V:/^-:'- CHAPTER m. A fe w d a y s afte r t h e i r first m e e t i n g , w h i l e t h e soldier a r t i s t w a s n e a r t h e s a m e spot making- a s k e t c h - o f M o u n t Soledadj a p r o m i n e n t pea k of t h e Sa n A n d r e a s range , Alice c a m e upo n hi m again . L o n g before sh e reache d t h e spot w h e r e h e s a t sh e h a d seen h i m \"bending\" over hi s work . W i t h girlish impulsiveness sh e d e t e r m i n e d t o en - deavo r t o l e a r n s o m e t h i n g of him , an d rod e directly u p t o hkn . \"I f T d i s t u r b you , y o u m u s t frankl y tell m e so a n d I will g o a w a y , \" sh 6 said. \" I sketc n a g r e a t dea l myself, 'and n a t u r a l l y t a k e a dee p interes t i n 'an a r t I love s o well. \" . \" Y o u d o n o t d i s t u r b m e in t h e least, 'Miss Sanford,\" h e replied. \" A s b u t a Iprivate soldier I d e e m i t a n hoiior t h a...

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 — 3 January 1895

ssm *»a*r« Casualties, Crimes, Tanlen an XmAtMrtml Happenings,. Meteorology, ':.'•: Political, Hoolal n d gporttag \"• -^v lB»eBt»'CllrdnoloitIc»Iljr '.\\*-v.'-.). Recorded. BUSINESS FAILURES. MAJMM OmSttAIAT. OTHERS »OB »00,000 ...'.•\"':.»•.•• . ,'•'•.•.\"•: •*w».ov«a •'. ••... • • JftB. rJM-Sontnent Land and Improvement . . J u t ^-Citizens' bank at Ogden. Utah.,,. Bonk of Port Washington, Wis. Jn.,W~W T. Book & Co., San Franclacb cxmmtsMon merchants $750,000. Jan. (4-MoudviIlo (Pu.) saving* bank. Jan. lb-Merchants' bank. Ellis, Kon. Jan. Ijt-Tnlrd national bonk, Detroit.... Bankof Zumbrota, Minn. Jan. 22—Wostvlew savings bank, nt Louis- ville, Ky. jfan, 24—First national bank, Fort Payne,. _£«b- IMStjfna Iron Co., of Philadelphia HOOjOOft Ve). 14—American national bank at Spring- field, Mo.... Burlington (Xo.) Flro & Tornado insurance Co. Mar. 8-State bonk at Brookvillo, Kan. Mat.7~Bar»kof Harrison, Neb.. Mar. la-Bank or Excelsior Springs. Mo. Mar, S8~-Peopi...

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 — 3 January 1895

«*)\\ AFTEE MMONI. \"Witness Causes a Great Sensa- tion Jn the Lexow Inquiry. Louis S. Street'* Startling Testtroonj—Says He Puid Comttock a Thousand Dollar* - to Ilavti Indletmertti D l i m t u e d - tireen Goods Men Protected. N E W YOBK, Dec. 31.—On Thursday Louis, S. Street wa s sworn before th e L e x o w committee. He said h e wa s in - dicted on Jun e 20, 1889, for a felony i n connection with \"jrrecn goods.\" There vr^re t w o indictments against him. H a declared h e had never been in th e \"preen poods\" business. T h e witness then explained tha t a ma n by th e name of Edward Beck- thold rented an office from hi m a t N a 50 Beekma n street. \"Anthony Com- stock,\" said he, \"came to m y office a-' mout h after an d asked m e t o t e l l the name of th e ma n - w h o rented th e office. I refused t o tell wa s brought t o the Tomb s an d held in §5,000 bail for makin g 'green goods.*\" Th e witness further said that Beckthold gave hi s wife S5.000 as bail forhim . Th ...

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 — 3 January 1895

wiliiiiB and Ifeave^ci^^|i|^|t: ROYM. BAKING PPWDER CO., t06 WALL At HomB Ilay». •'. \\li women would only realize how disap pointing It istbgo'*long distance to call lipbuonettud then ilnd the oue they desirs to «ee\"juafc gone out,'' there would be more Who would* set 'aside soinc particular day each week upon which they would be at home, have that day understood by all *beir friends and above.all things make it a point to stay in upon the appointed day. And a call seems BO lutwH tnoro homelike and cheering if a cup of chocolate, glass of Vflna or tea and soma light cake are in teadinexs. Try it and see if you and your friends are not both better satisfied with •oca otber.—New York Commercial. The lUI*»ful Onion, There can be ho successful dinner with- out the aid of the te*k family. Every soup, every meat course and every sauce and dressing, whether for fish, flesh or snV ad, needs the flavor of the onion. Thlfr blushing 1* easily uihgnlscd, bat the profes- sional cook keeps t...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
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