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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               r IV l 1 I Jk' 'i NOV. THE SANDUSKY SPECIAL SALE All This Week AND EVERY SATURDAY This Year H. B. like cut a regular 50c KNIFE for only WISS SHEARS.. guaranteed to sat- isfy or your money back A regular 50-cent 25c j OONT FOR- GET our Spec- cial Sale Every FRIDAY on Load- ed New Rival and Pet- 12 gauge paoer shot 40 cents iper box. Double Barrel Shot Vulcan 12 regular price Every Friday Come in and SGG the most complete stock of Loaded Hunt- fig Gun to be found in the The Donahue Hardware 735-737-739 WATER STREET ELYRIA RESERVES TO BRING STRONG TEAM Manager Casserly of the Erie A. C. football received a letter on Thursday morning from the manager of the Elyria 'Reserves who play here in which he the record of ths team. He states that the re-. serves have been organized for the j past two years and are a uniformed team. They were never scored on until November when the Elyria A. C. secured a field goal. The manager also stated that the team which plaj t-d here under the name of Reserves two years is not the will aflftear here hut must have been some other or- ganization from that city. The Eries defeated the Reserves tvvo years ago by a Fcore of 6 to 0 but it now seems that the local bo-'s will have a strong. bunch to aspinst this time. The line-up of the Elyria team will be received later. There was a large turnout of play- at Central Park Wednesday even- for practice and another practice will be held this evening. Casserly expects to have all the men in first class shape for Sunday's contest and also hopes that his eleven will be able to score on the Elyria organization. A large number of tickets have al- ready been sold and a large crowd is looked for Sunday afternoon. Soyer's System of Coolnne in Paper .Bags ia said to have revolutionized cooking in and a like re- sult is predicted for it in this coun- try as soon as its remarkable vir- tues become known to the Ameri- can housewife. The O. E. gave a card party in their room in Masonic Hall Tuesday evening. Madison Mister is moving his fam- ily into their new home on Main St. Mr. and Mrs. C. of Conne- are in town for a few days. Miss Alda Seheid entered upon her new duties as organist at the M. B. church Ellswarth Simon has moved his family into the Mixter home on Wil- coxson avenue. L. K. Burgs of was in town Wednesday. T. R. Washburn has gone to Barnesville for a week's hunting1. Mrs. J. a former Mil- an but now of visit- ed Milan friends the first of the week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fox Nov. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Roe have moved into the North Milan. Rathburn home at FOIUIEB RESIDENT BEAD C. C. who traveled for the STEEL TRUST BLAMED FOR THE PRESENT DEMORALIZATION OF CEMENT The local order of the Knights of Columbus give a dance at Odd Fellows' hall next Tuesday evening. A number of out-of-town guests will be present and music will be furnish- ed by Ackley's band. i ill take place ou Friday evea- j November at Odd Fellow's That the demoralization ot the ee- j fire like that of Baltimoieoi San Fran-jnajj Will be furnished by ment a striking example ste need not expect to lie re- Fred Ziaa and Dr. D. D. Smith. operations of the United States soiete and growing wooden Co. in an effort to drive many cement to take stock of their recup- companies out of is the as- erative chances in the event of the Ten candidates were initiated into al x for should such a ca- the Sandusky lodge ot Order ot sertioa of a local cement man who bodv has t the Moose Wednesday night. Organ- lamity oicur somebody has got to has been studying the siutauon. j paj-_ Government reports show that in j TDe of net results of the the last few years there has been a ritmg for the years 1901 to steady decline of prices until now to our level is the lowest ever known. It is j tive membei of the National Board said that some big coctracis are being i of Fire Underwriters' show taken at as low a rate as 45 cents a i leases paid of and pre-. barrel. Such it is spell marine and ic-j disaster for the smaller cement com-1 repoued to the state of izer C. L. Emlg to Kelleys Is- land Thursday where a class of about forty-five candidates have been en- i oiled to be initiated into the local cider. A class of thirty candidates or- jganizecl at Huron be uur.ated j next Wednesday night. panies. Yoik of or a loss K j Announcement is made that James i has been president of j Recently the Castalia Portland Ce- j balance the considering the le American Bible sddety. _ He wus toe uasuuiu roruauu v.e- anceewcouB consern e _ ment Co. was compelled to ask an ex- 1 increasod liability and actual expense P tension of time from its al-' paid on of 101 per rent. though its assets far exceed its liabil- j It has been estimated that over a per- its temporary trouble being due j iod of fiity years the underwriting to the demoralized market. Cement i pioSt not exceed 3 per cent. iitistics compiled of the increased men say the real cause of the demor- alization is the course of the Univer- -capital investment in the business of sal Portland Cement a concern .ui Ing as compared between the alleged to be owned and operated by the steel which began with a capacity of barrels a day and will soon have a capacity of ban els. Prices -have been forced down to a ruinously low figure until the independents can see no relief ex- cept through a consolidation rf in- terests. That an attempt at such a even though it vere necessary to save the would run afoul of the Sherman anti-trust is feared in some quarters. The whole affords a striking exam- ple of the power of a great corpora- J tion. The big companies alone are i to make both ends meet under such conditions and even they feel the effect of the trust policy. years 01 1S70 and shows capi- tal in the pared -with the capital stock of fire insurance-companies in the year an increase of bui and a de- crease of ninety-eight in number of companies transacting business. On January the ratio of loss pacing power to the amount at ri.sk was Co cents per On January ratio was only 58 cents per 1100. showing that the strength of the taken as a to meet the burden assumed by is 3 WHO IS TO PAY A well known Sandusky manufac- turer sends the following from the October Quarterly cf the National Fire Protection as an ar- gument for a better building code and the extension of fire limits in the The worst year of fire waste since that of the San Francisco earthquake That is the promise for 1911. Kaiser-Wilhelm Bitters and up I HOW crpitaTstav bus- to about five years ago resided in this citj when he moved to died very suddenly at Wednesday afternoon according to a telegram received at the offices of the Kaiser-Wilhelm Bitters Co. Mr. Pond had been ailing of lata with the iness of Will it remain to carry the risk until the rapidly growing agencies of fire prevention make good their efforts in a curtail- ment of the frightful The Boston newspapers following the issu- ance of the admirable report of the chamber of commerce and the attack is survived by a widow on the same by the speculators in the shoddy building quoted skeptically the secretary of the Na- tional Fire Protection association as saying that if Boston should have a Mr. und one son. It is thought that ths funeral and interment will be made in Minneapolis although no word' has been received to this effect o conflagration. In this connection ic might be to consider that while it has become customary to speak of lire insurance as a that the insurance companies stand back of the tax and are obliared to make good any deficit. In the San Francisco disaster alone they uted upwards of in new an amount almost equivalent to the present stock of all coirpanies doing business in this in order to make good its tor-tracts in that conflagration involv- ing IOSPPS approximating The above data clearly demonstrates that the business would be far more profitable at a less average rate to the insurance companies provided the high potentiality of loss in the instir- able properties weie greatly reduced. There is no answes to the problem except fire protection. We must stop our burning to escape bankruptcy. CLOTHES FEOZE TO GEOHXD Nov. his clothes frozen to the Charles J. forty years was found on a lone- ly road near here. He had fallen from his wagon and was unable to move because of a broken hip. Not for sis hours did help reach him. Read It is to further our 0fbread-uH0Isniir and This Offer Any person who will bring to this bakery twenty-five wrappers from Holsum or fifty wrappers from Golden Rod on the payment of only thir- ty-five cents be given one of these handsome pijlow made from any picture or photograph Bring in the photo you want enlarged on the pillow top when you bring the wrappers. nefer tasted deut of the society. William of the Studelwk- er placing for the Flanders v. as in the c'ty on bvnuesb Thursday. to Norwalk advices. Judge St.ihl. held court in that city may get Judge Young or Judge Can or to preside at the Sehaswio muruer trial here early in as it may be for him to sit ou the bench in other counties. The Going Out Of Business is fast drawing to a close. The deepest cuts are found in buttons and odds and ends that will accumu- late in all while everything to a spool of thread is reduced in price. Our room is rented to other parties after Jan. 1. That means low prices only will move this tremendous stock. No new accounts opened. C. Powers B 01 DAILY MARKET REPORT The monthly report of the ary required to be filed with the county is due Saturday. Penns5'lvania Co. officials were in the inspection party whso'a arriv- ed in early Wednesday ev- spent the night at the Sloane hotel. City Treasurer Wiesler will nay off the employes of the police and fire departments Friday. Saturday morn- ing the public service employes will draw their semi-mouthly stipends. whole family will de- clare both the finest they ever tasted. Try it and see. The steamer Canisteo cleared from the B. 0. docks Thursday with a cargo of coil for The steam- ers Algonquin and Keith are duo. Three steamers. Hart- well and Shores were at the Hanna docks Thursday for coal cargoes. No steamers cleared from the decks. Notice. To John the unknown heirs at law and devisees any there of John de- Paul the unknown heirs at lay and devisees any there of Paul Charles the unknown heirs at law and Devisees any there of Charles deceas- Catherine the unknown heirs at law and devisees any there of Catherine de- Christina Barbara Sor- Lillian the unknown heirs and devisees any there of Catherine the un- known heirs and devisees anv there of George the unknown heirs and devisees any there of Barbara de- the unknown heirs at law and devisees any there of Lillian You will take no- tice hereof that Christina Kuebeler. Minnie Anna Schade and Aug- ust filed their petition in the Court of Common Erie Nov. 1911 against you as defendants to quiet their title to lots Nos. 71 72 Harrison lots NOB. 12. 14 15 Water Street and lots Nos. 1 and 2 Adams Sandusky. in which you claim or may claim some interest ad- verse to their interest as set forth in their petition. Yon will answer snid petition on or before January 1912 or judgment will be taken by default enjoining you from ever asserting anv claim or t'tlf4 and quieting plain- tiff's title. Case No. 11 mi. JAMES F. Jr.. Attorney for Plaintiffs. Local Local Stocks and AND LIVE-STOCK CHICAGO GRAIN Nov. clos- Wheat 94 corn 64 oats 47 pork CLEVELAND LIYESTOCS Nov. 5c j 10 lOc 300 top. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK Nov. stockers and cows and slow and mixed. TOLEDO GRAIN AND HAY Nov. cash 97 Dec. 97 May 11.02 July 96 3-4. old 75 new Dec. 65 May 66 July 66 3-4c Dec. 50 May 52 July 48 l-4e. 94. Clover Dec. March f 12.47 No. No. 1-2. Prime Alsike Dec. March Prime tim Dec. 7.47 Marcli 37.57 1-2. Tub 34 18c. choice 16c. 1 No. No. 18 l-2c to 19c. Light No. I mixed 15c to No. 1 loc to oat and wheat and to WHOLESALE SUYIK8 Meats. Dressed Calves. 60 to SO...........118 START TODAY TO SAVE WRAPPERS Here's A Brief Description Of The Photo Pillow a w Is the finest bread baked any place. If is absolutely pwe made from the highest grade floor and contains malt and milk. It is a lull sized TEX CEJ'T loaf of bread and is en sale eTerjrrhere in the citj. The person who tries HOLSOf continnes nse ft- Order it from your So other kind cf fancy pillow Is so beantiful or snc- gestire of pleasant If yon want a gem of something tiat will be a constant and pleasant re- minder of babys your residence or family group and hate a good either hodafc or we Trill re- produce for yon a beauOral enlarged Hie-liKe phic reproduction from on a handsome mercerized gatoen sofa pillow which can be washed and ed withont in any way affecting the detail or briilancy. These pillows are rery attractive and make handsome decorations for tfee library or They also answer very nicely for wedding or Christmas and probably win be better appreciated than any other thing s ven- Ion can choice of six col- ors and yon art1 cordially invited to inspect the samples we have no display. CIO. Golden Rod is baked only in FITE CE3TT is made with milk. Ee' tains its nntridons flavor be- caase it is wrapped like in a sanitary waxed tissue paper. Water Street. A. R. Prop. Ohio. LEGAL NOTICE. Frederick .T. whose resi- dence is un'.tnovn. take notice that on the day of A. William et filt'fl their petition in the Court of common pleas of Erie Coun- cause No. against the said Frederick J. Wesrh- ke and jirajins for an acconnt- ing for partition of the follow- ing described veil i Parcel Numb-r Situate in the County of Erie in the State of Ohio and in the City of Sandusky. and bonnded and describ- ed as The West one-half of the East one-third pans of lots numbprs Fifty-eight and Sixty on Warren street in Southwark Addition to said City of Sandusky as per the Recorded thereof Being She same conveyed by Bichl and wife to Karl Weschkc by deed dated March llth. and recorded in 30. paste of Eric County Record of Deeds. Parcel Number Situate in the County of Erie in the State of Ohio and in the Sec- ond Ward of th'1 city of and bounded and described as fol- Bein.s a strip or parcel of land six feet in width front end rear on Reese taken I off the entire side the center one-third parts of lots num- bers Fifty-eight and on Warren street in said city. Be- ing the same premises conveyed by Jacob A. Biehl and Margie Biehl to Carl Weschke by deed dated May 18S6 and recorded in Vol. 63. page of Erie County Record of Deeds. Said Frederick J. Weschke is re- quired to answer said petition on or before the 6th day of A. or Judgment will be rendered against him. WILLIAMS Attorneys for Plaintiffs. STOCKS AND BONDS furnished Daily by County Investment STOCKS. Kth Low. Ainal Copper........ Halt. OUioR-y. Co.. Ches. Ohio Ry. Co.. Chi. Gt. Chi. Northwestern R. Co..145 EneRy. Co........... Or. Northern Ry. Co___ Mis Pacific Ry_.__Co..... N. Y. Central Ry. Co.. Xonbern Pacific Ry. Co. Pennsylvania Ca. R'aumgRy. Rock Island Ry Rock Island Ry. Southern Pacific Ry. Co... Union Pacific Ry. Co.....171T.s S. F. I'. S. St. Paul Ry. Co.. 102 3S ....127 -iuu Dressed 80-te-Sk. Extra heavy Calves Dressed Native Steers... 9 to _ Dressed Heifers native co 71-2eto81-2c Dressed lambs 10 to lie Dressed Sheep T to Pair to Choice Pigs 8s 175 to 200 dressed to S50 LIVE STOCK FARM PRODUCTS RETAIL Butter choice per ponnd .3So per lb per dozen 30 to WHOLESALE by Erie Produce BUTTER Fox prints Clover prints solids ....SSl-ga solids 25e 2 lb. rolls 25 l-2e 1 lb. prints 2Sa CHEESE Y. S. white washed curd 16 l-3o Ohio Daisys 16 1-So Ohio Plats v. S. Limburger ISo Jersey Limburger 16 l-2o Wisconsin Brick iSa EGGS. Guaranteed perdoz WHOLESALE MEAT. clear 14 to 16e Dried Beef ..2f to kettle rendered to i'oiSc. short mesa. bbL California Hams .9 1-2 to IOC Sugar Cured Hams 14 to Bean bbl FRESH GREEN GOODS per peck per ib bead .5a New per bushel doz Wax lb per pecfe to 2ie per peck 35o RETAIL White Ptae to Am. Bk Trust Co Cit. Bnk. Co Com. Nat. Bank ...........109 VB .......Ill Bid ASKBO IIS .......212 .....142 152 Third Nat. Bank........... 176 C. S. ___ C. Brew. Dayton Brew. ___ DaUon Frew. Schoepfle Mfg. Co........... 105 L. S. Cedar Point...............ia ___ Anier. Crav.-n Co. 106 Duroy Haines........ 87 Terminal Dock...................16S SONDS. BM. Asked. Harrison Tel. Co. 80 Dayton Brew. Co.........73 76 C. S. Brew. 78 Koster Brew. Co............ Kansas City Brew....... Stark Tus. Brew. Co.. 73 Huebner-Tel. Co............. 70 Cedar Point 109 Terminal Dock......----- 109 SALES. Fifty shares of IT. S. common. LOCAL PRODUCE WHOLESALE Grain ana Hay by Gailagner No. Red..............92c Npw Shelled per bu. ..65c new................43 to 46c Ne.w Ear per 70c New to Best Timothy to Yellow Pine to Sheating to 2-inch Norway 2x11 2-inch Norway 2x10 2-inch 2x4 and 2x3 2-inch 2s8 Lath f6 to Shingles. Clear Red Cedar Lumber Stocks RETAIL F88H Pika 108 Perch 8a lb I2a lb ..8i Red Snappers White JSaimon .JSs choice to extra. ..7c to 1-So 200 to 250 pounds 5 to 6c fair to good 7 to 1 l-2o i Choice A 1-2 to 4 3-4 Choice Fai COWB 3 l-2e to 4o j Common Cos's 2 to 3 l-4e Heaw Bulls 3 3-4 to 4s 1100 to 1200 lb....5c to 5 1-ga lair to good to 4 1-Jd Common Swts 3 to 2 l-2s i Spring lambs ____ 4 S-4 to 5e i yearling weathers 4 to 4 l-2o medium butchers ..o 34 to 68 AUVS Suylog Spring chickens Hens Roostere Ducks .12 1-23. SELLfitG dressed 14o Dressed Spring 14o 78 Fancy bbl Pat. bbl Flour. bbl FRUITS AND by Wagner loaf........ 9e Pulverized Sc So cream........ Pineapple Domestic Swiss lb............ Imported Cheese.......... pkg... pkg... ...o per do-ian per per dozen 15c to Mr 2To IT WOULD COST YOt cents to run an ad UM Star-Jowrnal'a Want for daw. fiittar 'Hwwt lEWSFAPERl   

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