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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 April 1895

' : .«•Â«•• foP^fe^^ t o learn t»«tth*r « teat least « w dreaded M e h» «cjepc»-b»J bean able to euro In •II « • stages, gad « » t to C«t»r*, Halt'i CtUrrtt Oura to the only positive core known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a ooaaUtoUonitl dlewuie, require* a eonsutu- taonml treatment, B*ir« Catarrh Cure in taken internally, acting directly on the blood and mucoua aarfacc* of tho «ystcin, thereby ddrtroytlnr the foundation of the \"\"tStteaaa, «nd gtvfDg the patient strength by Imlldingr up toe constitution and assisting nature In doing it* work. The proprietors have »o much faith In it» curative power*, ttMt°th»y offer On© Hundred Dollars for any ease that it fails to cure. Scud for list of testimonials. Address, P. J, CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. W S o h l by Druggist*, 75c, TJh© T u r n i n g P o i n t . j . Visitor—'\"So your brother Is taking lessons on the violin? Is he making progress?\" l i t t l e Girl—\"Yea'ra. He's got BO now •wo can tell...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 April 1895

DOOR CVimTit DEMOCRAT, STtTBGEOX IJAY, WIS., A P R I t 27, 1895. UNWISE POSTPONEMENT. NeBlectinff aDnt y WhichOught t o Be JJoneNow^ i - On general principles there 18 no more foolish method of taking life easy than by deferrrng an obvious duty. Especially foolish Is the per- son who postpones the work of cleans- ing his blood. Thete are many rea- sons why this work should be done in the spring. tThis is the cleansing sea- son, and the blood needs cleansing be- fore all things else. That tired feel- ing is due to a vitiated condition of the vital fluid. The pimples and other eruptions which appear are Indications that the blood has become loaded with Impurities which should be expelled at once. In no other way can health be maintained. Now there is but one true blood purifier prominently in the pub- lic eye to-day, and that is Hood's Sar- saparilla. By taking a few bottles of this great blood cleansing medicine the bodily health can be built up so tha t when the warm weather comes t...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 27 April 1895

0OC^ COI^T * biaipcitA^s^ Ott^djtiaffirms atul Establishments of Gitu and Gountu. * p. coDir, r Collections a specially. Office over the Mer* «Uant» Exdiange BanU, - STURGEON BAY, WIS. A T T O K K E Y - A T - L A W . Office over. ReictJCl's fkug store, Cedar Street. • : PST ollectlonflaspecialty. STURGKON HAY, WIS. *TT M. McNAlXY, •• A T T O l t N I i ^ - A T - L A W . Collections mndc, and nil manm r of ke&ai Buainesmpromptly attended to. Offices on St, Jolio Stree?, opposite the First National Hotel. STURGEON BAY, WIS. VEjrttX'IAM JACKSON, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAJwf Notary Public, Ileal Estate. Coltec-iton ARtney. Belllta Tickets, and PayiBg^faxes for Non- licsldents, lirawinjj Deed* MortKaRea, Last Wills, Veascl Morlftmrasand HUli* of Sale: also Marine- Protests a«« other Notary Business correct and cheap?' KAlt'fcYS HAKBOH, WIS. BA'y siioiiK HOTKI., , A. .1. FKM,NKK, Prop. . First Class accommodations for man and tocast. A ttood sample room connected with this HOVIBC. Hates reaso...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 May 1895

•77-^•^/^^./•'^•^•• ''••. •' , '/)^ i : :: : •^ VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS., p.TURIAY MAY 4, 1895. NO. 15. PREISER Fine Gioming WAS NEVER SOLD AS LOW AS WE ARE Selling it NOW.Capta Mens Fine all wool straight cut black clay worsted suit Mens Fine all wool bine clay worsted suit. Mens Black all wool clay worsted suit ... . Mens Finest Imported black worsted coat and vest, sold last- season at $1-1.01), now '. Mens G. A. R. Suits, with brass bottons .. Mens Dark Brown all wool tf cheviot suits. V Mens Dark Gray Cheviot suits, . nearly all wool, best ever -offered at. Broken lots from.. $9 $10 $6 $12 ..SI 6.50 ..$5 3 T O $4 LOCftL. Richard Grinney has moved his family to the canal. o The double daily train service be- tween this city anil\" Green Bay, begius next Mondav. Again we call the attention of our readers to several new advertisements appearing in this issue. F. X. Sailer this week sold his stock of furniture, hearse, business, and good will to Henry J. Hahn, for $000. Phillip Z...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 May 1895

! iffj^cc^^ STURGEON BAY, WIS. ^i.|PIHRETf PRINTING CO., - - Pnbllsbere. WILDE ON THE STAND. Makes n General Donia)-Kl8 liof o. Too Deep for This Century. Be- London, April SO.—The Old Bailey, was less crowded (oday when'the court opened : for what was expected to be the last day of |l»e''trial of Oscar WilK and Alfred Taylor.- 'Wilde •' ivns placed upon the stand and absolutely denied that there was ft word of truth in the chorees of indecency brought against him. He an- swered the questions' of Kir Edward\" Clarke in subdued tones. ',. F, Gill, on behalf of the prosecution, begun hi* cross-examination on flic same lines as those pursued -by Edward M. Carson. Q. C, who defended the Marquis of (Jtieensberry against the charge of libel. HO quoted from the sonnet to Lord Alfred Douglas, in which occurred the line: *T um that love but dore not speak its name,\" Mr, (Jill asked wiint wax She nature of the lore represented in thtit poem. . Mr. Wilde, with marked deliberation and emphasi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 May 1895

* * * • DOOR COUJimF DEMOCRATvSTURGEOlf BAY, WIS., MAY 4, 1895. \\Zei7pai?e C H A P T E H V I H . O u t o t tlie D c e v s . I w a s scarcely surprised w h e n nex t d a y I received \"a hurried not e from Louise. The y wer e till1 going a w a y a t .©nee, s h e . said—all'except' Mr. Stein- hardt . H e ha d come hom e late a n d told thbai they mus t pack tha t night, to be ready to set oil\" in the .morning— to the seaside somewhere—where sh e did not k n o w yet, bu t sh e would writ e to me a s soon a s sh e ha d a n addres s to give, so tha t I migh t sen d her a n y news . H o w I' treasure d tha t little note! I t v.-as the first bit of writin g I ha d ha d from her, a n d I rea d it again an d agai n t h a t day, a n d -for man y days, a n d tried to conjure a hidden meaning, a lurking touch of tender- ness or concern out of its ordinar y words. A strang e feeling of being alone a n d forsaken seized me—a foolish feel- ing, whic h 1 could not s h a k e off for som e ..days....

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 May 1895

$ i $ ^ )':^^a :at:: }^f^m Sag-a* ^ '^f* :NP^I^«s4^'»T*iy^8Btorlay' .ttt*.'-''.-\" - W-^y^MsEX-: PRINTING CO. G.W.ALLEN, Secretary, *U»8CR!f TION PBIOB, $1*50 YCAR. STtlRGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 4, '1)5. EDITORIflL. Off, no, Sawyer doesn't want.ttic state to pay back any money. He wouldn't take it if it was offered to him. CHEESK dealers-iii Green Bay estimate that $200,000 worth of chees-ie is annually ..marketed .in that city. Most of' the product is exported to Great Britain, and they say .that Wisconsin cheese holdshigh rank in the markets of the world, If all ohe rends is true, the Evening -Wisconsin was right in saying-Unit the recent legislature had in it more than the usual number of boodlurs, which accounted for the more than ordinary 'influence of the lobby. And boodling methods must have fat jobs, out of which to recoup both legitimate profits and the extravagant first cost. T H E .Spanish government i,s..acting with, it's'usual, deliberation, widen some- times runs aunoylu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 May 1895

D O O R C O U N T Y l E S I O C R A T , S T D K G E O X B A Y , W I S . M A Y 4 , 1 8 9 5 . '-..- 'Awarded..' -' Highest Honors—World's Fair, ~ CREAM - RAKING POWMR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free .-from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. IN THEvGOUNTY. GAKONEK. W. h. Damkoehlev visited schools in this town, last week. Mr- Johu Schneider is now preparing to have a blacksmith shop built on his place which he bought last winter. It has been said that the little sou of Eugene Simon, who broke his arm, re- cently, will probably have to have the limb amputated. J. Sklenavs, of Tisch Mills, Wis., pass- ed through here on his way to Sturgeou Bay, last week. He stopped to Visit some of his friends here. Louis Howry, of Sturgeon Bay, has been engaged to teach in Dist. No. 2, in place of Mr. Louis Peltier. Mr. Peltier wishes to start in another line of busi- ness. The farmers are all busy now with their spring work. 'They all expect a po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 May 1895

^ $ ^ $ ^ ^iEtEfEtYWZMA&&&& (PHYSICIANS ARE ASTOUNDED ?tu&-fht-A> CASE. A. Vottag Vlan S t r i c k e n w i t h X,andry'« ^o, r '::^r4iymi«^and : Ye t Recovers.. . -,: : ]. •'/XJPrmiiGie Times* Philadelphia^Fa.) -,. • S t r i c k e n w i t h Landry's Paralysis an d jret «ured* T h a t means bu t little t o the Average layman,' but i t means a tniraete t o a physician. Such is t h e experience of O , K. Dallimore, now a resident of Madison, N . J. , an d a rare experience •'-.i't'lt '. ---:.-\"..\". \"Y«», t t i s tru e that 1 ha d Landry's Paralysis,\" said Mr. TJnlHmore to a re- porter, \"o r else th e most celebrated phy- ii&nns of jUmdon wore mistaken. \" I t w a s on th e 15lh of March, this year,\" h e continued, \"when I wa s in Now York City, that I first felt t h e Syrni toms o f my trouble, I experienced diffi- ctiltyjn going upstairs, my legs failing to support roe. I consulted a physician, who informed m e that I had every symptom of Loc...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 May 1895

D O O R C O U N T Y - D E M O C R A T , S W J R G E O N B A Y , W I S . , MAX 4 , 1 8 0 5 . V W i s c o n s i n P a t e n t s . P a t e n t s for th e following Wisconsin inventions ar e reported this # e c k by Er- win, Wheeler & Wheeler, 5S an d K Loa n an d T r u s t building, Milwauke e Wis. These attorney s wfll fu&ish the \"Inventors' Handbook \" free on request. '•_•William-,'J.\" Bean, Milwaukee, valve Charles Fisher, Milwaukee, cash ami sales register August Knemter. Sbeboygau, saw- flle guide Adolph F . Kummann, La Crosse, car. coupling Hugo Loewehbaeh and e . Fiah- er, MHwauUee, cash register Hugo Loewen- bach ana C. Fisher, Milwaukee, cash and Bales register Hugo Loeweubach and 0. Fisher, Milwaukee, stationary holding and distributing device James M. Morgan. I'ort Washington, revolving chair Frank O. Smith, La Crosse, electric guest call John Stephens, Menomonee, bob-sled Ole O. Stor- le. Burlington, neekyoke. Trade-mark: Hor- Ifcu's Food company, Racine, malted ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 4 May 1895

D O O R C O V N T K X K n ^ C B A T , ^ X | J » G E O N B A Y , W I | , J I A l f ' % 1 8 9 5 . iiSINES S DIRECTORY bt teadftio firms and Establishments of Gitu antf Gountu. h •Â£ :^'itooKNEY-AT-LAW/. '•,•'. • Collections % specially. Office over tne Mer- ebants Exchange Bank. STCROEON BAY, WIS. •Â£:' ATT6RNEY-AT-LAW. • • : • Office over Releber« ttrog store, Cedar Street. g28T ollecticms ft specialty. s ^TtmOEON BAY, WIS. :* A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A \\ V . Collections made, undn.ll manwr of.Legal Business promptly attended to. Offlce on St .Joint Street, opposite the First , • National Hotel* • ••:'.•:['. 8TUKGKON BAY. WIS.'x w IIX'I AM JACKSON, A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W . Notary Public. Real Estate. Collection A«i'noy. 'SclHiw Tickets, and I'fiyii'KTitxetj for Xon- \"lUwidenta, DruwItiK Deeds. Mortjmpes, Eafct. WlllBi VeKBOl 'MortURtte* itnd BiitHnf Side uSso Marine X'rotests and other Notary Business correct and clieatt. BAILEYS BAKBOIt. WIS, 1A4 8IIOKI-: HOTKI., '\"** ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 May 1895

,.y VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WIS.| SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1895. LOGf\\L. Some ne w an d importan t regulation s [ will doubtless be introduce d bv th e r J a s . H a n r a h a n ha s painte d a ne w I council regulating th e r i n g i n g of th e sign for th e V e r m o n t Hotel. I Jb'e ahirm l)ell. ' t h e r e is roo m for g r e a t sig n _ . Chas . D a n e k ' s n e w residence in th e i first w a r d is rapidl y Hearing completion. Seventy-six in th e shad e W e d n e s d a y p. m., wa s th e hottest of th e season, so far. Mav be a hobby with us but we can't help it, our stock is so ex- tensive, so complete, and so up to date, that we feel it a duty we owe the people to call their attention T h e W . O. B r o w n mill started u p last Monda y with a full crew of nearly forty m e n . T h e r e m a i n i n g lumbe r at th e old Rey- nolds mill site ha s all been shipped dur - ing th e past week. M . Tewele s & Co. have this week dis- posed of a ca r load of outs to local deal- ers an...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 May 1895

BCO COUNTY BEMOCEAT, STtTKGEpK BAY, WIS., MAY i l ^ 1805. D06R CooHTf DEMOCRAT. STURGEON BAY, WIS. I. J. PISNEf PRiKTING CO., - - Publishers. STEEL MILLS CLOSED. Illinoi s S t e e l C o m p a n y D e c l i n e s t o A d v a n c e E m p l o y e s ' W a g e s . Chicago, III., May '\"'.--TweJrc hundred bhwt men employed by the Illinois Steel company struck today and the, strike is inspected to extend to other departments. T w o of the furnaces were shut down at noon. Th e men demand better wages and auk for mora help, claiming that they axe 'compelled to work unhoeossarily linrd. The strike will probably resnlt in throw- ing about fJOOO men out of employment. J t was stated nl the company's office thin afternoon that the South Chicago phutt, employing 8500 nion, would 1H dosed to- night. \"Vi small strike is also on at the companyV works in Joiiet and the 'plant there gin probably bo cloned tonight or tomorrow, nffecUng 1500 more men. A T T H E VIRGINIA M I N E S . Military on the Hccu...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 May 1895

DOOR COIWT Y DEMOCRAT, STURGEON BAT, WIS., MAY 11, 1S95. Vei^eai^ ai? d \\ • CHAPTER VIII. l e Journa l Amnsant.\" W e set out at once to old Jtupies. I t was growing dusk as we passed down the village street we recoguiz- ed the burly figure of Steinlmrdt emerge from the private entrance to the chemical works he did not turn round, but walked steadily on before us till he took the lane leading to Tiui- perley Hall. When we entered the cottage I ob- served that the position of Jaques's chair had been altered it was much nearer the lire than I had before seen it, for the month of September was now yell advanced. The only light in the room was that shed by a light} fire. \"Th* old chap,\" whispered Birley to me, \"used to begin to be at his best at this time o' night.\" He drew up a chair and sat down familiarly by the paralytic and began to talk to him. But te old man seem- ed to pay no attention or not to hear lie never even turned his eyees, but slowly and absently winked as the fla...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 May 1895

l i o b B C p U S T Y M BO0R*OlJNTy DEMOCRAT. \\JBiitM& at.the,i'ati'mfice at- Sturgeon Hay as . ' tecoml elms matter. \\ ^ P a l l W h e « l every Saturday by th e -m J . PINNJEY PRINTING CO. I.J.PWNEY, ' !.'- :v .:'President. Q.W.ALLEN, ' Secretary. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. STURGEON BAY, WIS., MAY 11, \"95. EDITORIAL , IT'S a n ill win d that \"brings good t o nobody. T h e threatene d w a r between Russia a n d J a p a n will relieve H a w a i i , a t least for a time , from th e d a n g e r of J a p a n e s e interference in th e govern- m e n t of those islands. .-•'Tan Advocate still flaunts \"official c i t y ' p a p e r \" a t Ha iiead. Weil, if tha t p a p e r want s t o proclaim itself th e of- ficial organ of Minor' s administration , w e a r e perfectly well satisfied. W e ar e t h e official pape r of th e present admin - istration* an d will no t hav e occasion t o h e ashamed of it. T h e Advocate is wel- com e t o all th e glory it ca n ge t from havi...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 May 1895

D O O R C O C S T Y D E M O C K A T , STUUGEOJ f B A Y , W I S . , M A Y 1 1 , 1 8 9 5 . Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair, CREAM KMONG Miss !Nora Moore and Frank McOul- Mrs. Thos. Phillips and .Mrs. Abraham lough took in the temperance leetures Eveland went to Juddville on- Weclnes- at Sturgeon Bay Saturday and Sunday, day, to visit Mrs. Delos Phillips. •Irnrino Maritiue, an old resident of County Snperiutendeut W. S. Dam*' this place, but now of Oeonto, is spend- koehler was inspecting the schools of ing a few weeks among his old acquaint- [ this town, the fore part of the week, auceshere. j The household of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Miss Eliza Tufts will have finished ] Sindenberg, was recently niade happy her term of school in Dist. No. 1 next \\ by the advent of a little'son. Thanks Friday. A farewell partv will be ten- we do smoke occasionally, dered'her at IXEnglebertsthisevening. H ] m . y S m i t h _ Qm ( ^ ) ) r o g r e s s i v o S I S T ER BAV. school teachers of this town, clo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 May 1895

D O O R C O U N T Y D E M ^ SilEB^OMIICOMKE t i t t l e C h a r l e y IPogieman U s e d T o - b a c c o S i i i c e B a b y h o o d , a n d JUia J P a - ^ t h e f S m o k e d a n d C h e w e d for t h e Fttftt T w c r t t y T c a r s - B o t h S e t F r e e a t A B h e v l U e , N . C. \" I s t h a t t r u e ? \" a s k e d t h e N e w s m a n a t P e l h a m ' a P h a r m a c y ^ a s b e laid d o w n a l e t t e r in t h e p r e s e n c e of tt d o z e n i u t e r - : « s t e d c u s t o m e r s . L \" i * e s , it is. I t w a s w r i t t e n h e r e o n o n e oif o u r -tatter h e a d s , a n d s i g n e d b y J . C F o g l e m a n . \" p r o m p t l y a n s w e r e d t h e pro - prietor.- \" Y o u k n o w him , d o n t y o u \" C e r t a i n l y h e live s a t N o , 5 B u x t o n Street, W e ail k n o w F o g l e m a n is a w a n o f hia w o r d . \" \"? a m g l a d t o h e a r it. T h e r e n r e s o m a n y m i s l e a d i n g s t a t e m e n t s p u b l i s h e d n o w a d a y...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 May 1895

D O O R COTJXTY D E M O C R A T , S T U R G E O X B A Y , W I S . , M A Y 1 1 , 1 S 9 5 . Dr. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN. On first introducing: this world-famed medi- cine to th e afflicted, and for m a n y years there- alter, it wa s sold under a Positive Guarantee \" P ^ n g entire satisfaction in every case for •which it is recommended. So uniformly suc- cessful did it prove in curing th e diseases, de- rangements and weaknesses of wome n that claims for the return of money paid for it were exceedingly rare. Since its manufacturers can no w jxiint to thousands of noted cures effected b y it in every part of the land, they believe its past record a sufficient guarantee o f its great value as a curative agent, therefore, thev now rest its claims to the confidence of the afflicted solely upon that record. By all medicine dealers. N e w W o m a n . T w o girl s w o r e ridin g i n a P i t t s b u r g c a b l e car , a n d o n e o f t h e m w a s r e a d i n g a c o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 11 May 1895

BOOK COU3JTY DEMOCRAT, STCBGUON BAY, WIS., MAY 1 1 , 1895 . BUSINESS DIRECTORY - Of leading fWi^ and Establishments of Cltu and Gountu. I f O T E L THKMONT, \" • HKILMAN * JOHNSON', Prop*. This hotel lta» been newly refurnished and refitted throughout. and offers the very best of accommodations for the travelim? public. Hot and cold water bflths. Firm-claws sample rooms. Free 'bus to and from all boats and trains. Rates 11.00 and ll.K) per day. STURGEON HAY, WIS. I X7KRMOST HOTKt, | * VAN IMtKKHK & WEI.TEB, Vcop». Special attention ttiven to the wants ottrav- eler. Board b.T the day or week. We respect- I fully Bolict a share of the public patronage | Cedar street, between Oarland una St. John. I STITROEON BAY, WIS. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. (omrtciAU) Minutes of the proceedings of the Common Council elected April 2nd, 1895, of the City of 1 P.CO0T, * ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Collections a specialty. Offlce over the Mer- chants Exchange Bank. STURGEON BAY, WIS. •MrriLMA M H . SWKEMiV, ATTO...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 18 May 1895

VOL. 3. STURGEON BAY, WISWSATUKDAY, MAY 18, 1S95. NO. 17. fnanryoo For referring to this announcement. find Now that we have your attention would impress upon you the fact that you should doyour cash buying from us, because we sell . . . . Ladies White Sailor Hats worth 50c and GOc at 40C Ladies Black Sailor Hats worth 45c at.. . 35 0 Misses Trimmed Sailor Hats • ' . worth 7oe at 5QQ Misses Trimmed Hats, .trimmed with' beautiful ilowers and Crepe • worth §1.00 at .. 70C Ladies' Trimmed'••flats, Fine As- sortment arrived this week. Babv Bonnets of White Embroidery at.... ...................25 und35C Childs Tarn O'Slianters, White Embroidery, at . . . . . .5()fj Baby Bonnets of Gloria Silk Lace, trimmed 50C UflTinitO Some people have si ran HU I lUlld*ll0tioiKSv w c hav c !lU kim istie. . Bibs, Large bibs 1 inch wide, lace around edge. ... 5C Quilted Bibs. IOC 5 hook Corset Clasps. 5C Needles per paper of 25 ]Q Pins per paper of 14i . - ,*|C Chirks Crochet Cotton Ball. .4C Coates Thr...

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