Thursday, November 16, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL TTis. I take pleasure in -vritingyou an account of my sickiiess. I tolcl a friend of mine hoTV I felt and she said I had female trouble and advised me to use Lyclia E. Finkliam's Vegetable as she had taken it herself for the same trouble with wonderful results. I had been sickly for two years and overworked aud had such bad feeliiigs every month that 1 could hardly walk for nain. I was very nervous and easily tired out and'could not I had dizzy and pimples came on my face. But I have taken your ____________Vegetable Compound and lam entirely cured. I think it is the best medicine in Cecilia 51. 1161 Lawrence AY is. THIS GISL SAYS IT IS WOMAN'S BEST Compound cured all my troubles and I am feeling strong and happv ami able to work now. I g'o I shall praise Lyclia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable as I think it is woman's best friend. I have told all my friends the good it has done Maggie So. Illinois. had a heavy cold iu the spring and got all ran doivnand was irregular. I had no strength and had hearing down pains in my sides and and was very nervous and excitable. I tookLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable and I am all right and stronger than I. E. Iowa. Is it not reasonable to suppose that a medicine that did so much for these girls will benefit any other girl who is suffering with the same troubles Does it not seem the only sensible thing to give such a medicine at least a trial You may be sure that it can do you no and there is lots of proof that it will do you much good. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable lias ueeii Ihe standard remedy for female ills. Xo sick woman does justice to herself who -will not try tliis famous medicine. from roots and and has thousands of cures to its credit. Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick -women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Mass. WHY THEIR GOOD COOKS One of the government's a snort while ago. dejfared that the best cooks in our nation are to be found in the country. it. comes to good home stated one of the experts who helped compile the coun trywoman is far ahead of her city sis- The matter was discussed by a ntunber of some of whom claimed to be good cwks. During the Grandmother sat smilingly looking from one to another. in a she was raised in the said Grandmother. came of a pioneer people wore old Keillors and so of courtc we wore country people. It's only lie en since our children married and came to the city that I've lived on five years now. 1 should But i do dcf-iarr itV a fact that wo don't to set such good things to cat here as wo to make ourselves in the tonntry. They don't seem to so much tasw to unless they're so spiced up you can't tell what a dish ma do of. ''Stili.l do think the wonvn in Iho city do wonders with what they have to dn with Tf it. wasn't for they call ihoir scientific Sunday Schools Of County Will Hear Program On .A Friday. The semi-annual convention of the Erie County Sunday School Associa- tion '.'.ill be held in the Presbyterian church at Friday. Local delegates will take a prom- inent part in the proceedings. Theo- dore Bauer will lead the devotional service in the Mrs. J. W. j Mvy. F and S. Sounr. ill the v.-jfl par- j ticipate r.i u on We j Make rlie Work go in Our i jand fifteen uiinuto a7- evening service will be delivered by i the Rev. H. K. and I Rev. Ross AV. I'oth of j this city. j Other scheduled Century Rev. Ai .1. Siinda..f j School atid Prof. W. Over-1 i myer. Visitors will be entertained' j the dining hall of the Presbyter-j j ian church. i An Astonishing Discovery Every Housewife Should Read About IN NEARBY PLACES The Chicago Daily News Mrs. AndiT-'.v Beck. struck by a La he at Ge-j noa. thou.uh not fatully. iii.Hin-d. Hir-t M'-ss iiiirchaserl the planf j of il'f defunct i of Mon-j and will jirobahly use the pliinr for the inanui'ai'Lv.re of burial j vaults and cement blocks. Every Day. Ask Your Newsdealer About It Fire in the Ti'flin Lime Stone Co. plant aid about damage. j A new steel bridge over the Huron river at ilonroeville has been pluc-rd j hi position by the W. L. E. rail- road. It will accommodate two j tracks. It Cooks Mrs. Amelia Shriver. of clipcl at her home t'rom effects of a fractured hip she sustain- ed about four weeks ago. Mrs. Shri- ver formerly lived in Sandusky. She is survived five sons and one dauarhtjr. as Edward aud Fanjamin of George aud of Bellevue. Grant of Pine Bluffs. and Miss at who tenderly cared for her mother in her declining years and through her last illness. i the Rev. Mr. of being among the ministers present. launch was served at the Bellevue dining hall. The city of Fremont has been cora- Ipeiled to'borrow to pay ovev- which have accumulated The Fremont local conference met with Rev. J. TV. of GOOD NEWS IN YOUR MIRROR of I presume they couldn't do anything all in the way of cook- ing things. I don't take too much credit to the country women for being good cooks. They have- everything do with. Just think of all the Ivesa eggs and milk and i-ream p.nrl buticr wo Everything was firsthand and purp. plf-nty of it. it's PO wonder cook How city women can co- k tiV'y no things we had in the I can't to was i a P'.f. hi'in--. T will confess if I hafl to cook the things c'ty women have. 1 wouldn't THE TRANSGRESSOR'S MOTHER ''Tlie v.-ay of the Transgressor's mother is also On the lawn iu from of a hvown-.-itone chnrrh on the avenue. Is.a.small signboard on whii'h. oaeh v.-c-'-k. is a whicb generally managps to into OMC'S soul. The a'novf was written rhcre last M'I- bcf'tt told a about unpleasant. c'-iisein'iMM-cj tn onr- HIP rr-.suli of an i-omvn. Hut. a good of us right jiist the same. mat- ihin'x ilio cfinst'diirnina will miss this time. Or we don't wiliit'.g 10 inko liic But if the man or woniau OP the v of vvona-dtiing could hnv that tbousht hronglit IMUIIO to Ill-art. J hold back even willfully in most instaiK'rP. To realize fhaf tho ovil results o f our action should fall on That's too mudi. who's p-tinis olH and who iv cris iii-o- who Ins srown snri of wri'd 1o ur.. .1o thing will hurt MotVtor. I.iff m madr Finoolhpr TMM iiard'-r for Mother. So thnt. all of you- way iiio mother is also indned. much hnuior for than it is for you. Xo More Blotches or Blade- heads After Using Stuart's Calcium Wafers. TRIAL PACKAGE SENT FREE TO PROVE IT. A few days is sometimes enough to cure the most severe clear the worst complexions. Stuart's Cal- cium Wafers get right at the source of the impurities in the blood. When these poisons are re- the effect on the skin is al- most immediate. Blemishes of all kinds disappear. These wonderful little Wafers con- tain the most effective blood-purifier known to sulphide. Every atom of impurity is driven from your system. With vigor- ous blood coursing through your veins instead of a vitiated your whole body feels your face becomes as pure as a lily. No matter what your trouble may muddy tetter or you mav absolutely de- pend upon Stuart's Calcium Wafers. They have cured thousands of cas- es than yours. There's not a bit of sense in around with face so blemishr-d thar you're afraid to your friends look at it. Siunrt's Calcium Wafers every day tor a little while and you'll astonished at the change your mirror will show you. Send your name and address in full todav to the F. A. Smart. Stui'ri lildg.. so we you n trial Stuari's Calcium to try for nf'cr you harp i i-rovcil vaVie. you car. gr-t a full-fizefi ynckage for iu any drug si ore. j t IT 1' I'- the loss of the Dow tax when the saloons were put out of business three i years ago. Council has made provis- 1 ica for raising the money soon. A diphtheria scare has resulted in closing the schools in the Pennelo. Junction district. Lorain county. Only one case is so far reported. I Samuel S. died at his home iu Toleao during Tuesday night i and his daughter found him dead in j bed Wednesday. He was born in. Mi- j Ian. Some of the women of Fremont are taking exceptions to the utterances of Rev. evangelist working and recently when he asked for questions one woman asked him if he could not get along without the deville to attract crowds. number of new boat houses are also j to be erecsed. Of especially when the water j a number of boat bouses in j the East End have been entered and articles of value have been taken. An effort is to be made to find the culprits and should they be caughtfTviir DP aeait FANCY NET VEIL ARRANGED to law. The club at the present time in an excellent shape with a good i and an effort is to be marie to increase the number of mem- hers during the winter. i Elects Officers For the Coming Increase of Membership. At. the meetinc of the Sandusky Motor Boat Association held Wednes- day evening at Odd Fellows' of- ficers for the coining year were elect- ed as commodore. Andy vice commodore. Ed rear commodore. Ed secre- Andrew ireasnrer. Herman Jacob Les- Loo E'd Al Dehnel and Frank HueiTimele. A number of TOLD BY A SANDUSKY VETERANj Leo on Cowdery near Columbus has a war rec- ord that any veteran might oe proud to recount. Until recently he has been affected with a very severe kid- ney and bladder which he was fortunately ahle tc overcome by the aid of Foley Kidney Pills. He was unable to work for or -1 owing to severe pains and a lame back. I was gradually get- ting as the pains reached over my hips and swelling appeared on my back over the t was restless and nervous ai my eyesight was blurred and I had to use glasses. I read of Foley Kidney Pills and took them for several weeks according to directions. Now I am able to work again and my back is again strong and well. My kid- l neys act naturally with normal re- and no pain as before. I have been able to discard my glass- and those aching pains over the hips and kidney trouble are all gone. i My recovery is a truly remarkable one. and I shall always praise Foley j Kidney Pills very Tonic in quick in results. Foley Kid- ney Pills will cure any cases of kid- ney or bladder ailment not bevond the reach of medicine. Xo medicine i can do rno'-e. For Sale by Bechberg- er Brown. i Tues-thurs-sat-wkly-30 COLLECTOR ON TRIAL j JERSEY X. Nov. case of County Collector Stephen M. i Egan. who is charcrc-cl with hi-b 7iiis- demeanor in lending county funds to the late Ecb the democratic i of Hnd'-'on. came up for Mrial here today. Egan was indicated the meeting and later a banquet was served. The association plans to do a num- ber of things toward the improve- ment of the End cove during thy coming -'ind spring. An r-fr'yrt will be imule 10 dredge a wide channel all the way through the cove ihrU at least boats can pass each other at any place. A large on twenty-two counts. Frar.lUin Fort is defending mm. AVondrously attractive are the pat- The pattern or veils of one terns which are traced upon the main yard and a half aro best of portion of the fancy veils of both ail for the medium small hats of the fine and coarse mesh. If a certain and by the rep flower is suggested in the partmlly V.T torners ovo the back of the design it's per-brim the veil will fall loosely'about. fectly is usually to be the shoulders midwar to Ilio -fornrfHn-tbe-border-above and yet may bo read-Ms turned loped edging. backward when desirable. HERE'S REAL WARM OUTDOOR WELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their ses should write to Dr. Fierce snd receive free the advice of a physician of over 40 years' experience skilled and successful specialist in the diseases cf women. Every letter this sort most careful consideration and is rej-ardcd confidential. Many sensitively ite fuHy to Dr. Pierce what they would iVom idling to their Iocs- physician. The iocd physician is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything without Dr. Pierce holds that these distasteful examinations are generally need- and that no except in rzre should submit to them. Dr. Plerce's treatment euro you rigfct in the privacy of your own feoaie. Eh favorite Prescription'1 isaa cured hundreds of of the worst of cftsfts. It Is the onlr medicine of its that is the oi regularly graduated physician. The or.ly one good enough that its makers Ua.'c to print every Ingredient oa its outside r.-rapper. no secrecy. Iv will bear examina- tion. No aicohoi tttsil no habit-funning drujjs are found in it. Some unscrup- ulous medicine dealers may ou'er you substitute. Don't take it. Doa't trilie With your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Dr. R. V. N. the. advice received ana be well. I Wool will hp very much in evid pucn in siylish outdoor rairuont tnis winter. Here is au attractive nmde of f vicar or soft. vviUi knitted scnrf and rough wool hat. trinnnod with Holers rnadp of woolen yarn. Tiiis real and is thoroughly appropri- ate for all outdoor recreatiou. Cosf is forgot But quality not lEWSFAPERi