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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio NOV. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL All the Coffee Joy Without Coffee like a. steaming cup of coffee without having to think of coffee illness Here's your cup. It certainly smells like good coffee. It tastes like good And there is not a drop of coffee trouble in There is only one flrink in the world like that. It isx Fitch's Grains of Healt The Coilee Substitute With the Coffee Taste A special high-grade blend ''of coffee so combined herbs and vegetables that the caffeine is counteracted while the fiavor remains. You can drink ail you want. Drink half a dozen cups at a time. No matter how sensitive your Fitch's OP HEALTH won't hurt you. It is good for you. People who dare not touch coffee ran drink Fitch's GRAINS OF the real coffee ex- perience a great benefit. We have multitudes of testi- monial's some from distin- guished pin Fitch's GRAINS OF HEALTH speed- ily alleviates Sour Sick etc. Fitch's GRAINS OF HLALTH is sold by all leading The price is 30 cents tho pound package. It is ready for use. It is jiist as easy to prepare as coffee. But only half as much of Fitch's GRAINS OF HEALTH is re- quired as coffee. Therefore it costs only half as much as good coffee. A wedding is iu the church ceremony of which occurred Monday at St. Joseph's. Mr. Steph- railed Elliot is in Mount there by the death of a sis- ter. Mr. C'lezie v.vr.t Thursday to en Outko. the well-known was i where he visited his SOP j then united in marriage to iliss and there to MasMllon of the Greek Tbe .to v's't his daughter. Mrs Chas bride has held the position of eler'.J man. returning tutu little I in Boynten's store. This is s. three i Leslie NVwmau. V.IKJ for i days' wedding at the home of the'an visa viith his giandpar- bridegroom. Much dancins and ing feature it. A custom of these i A. C. Johnson Ms stone to weddings is for every one attending iOieu'.rnd SLe is at to place a dollar in the hand of the' the home of a niece thus collectively covering the E'g'u il expenses. Many friends are gratulating thera. n 'u -vs Sunday fins from Saturday's Saturday night brought tornado j havoc to this place. The cen'er Ii ii all was the hangar of the ElUthorrei ..re damage to the I aeroplane. By its wreckage the aero- plane itself was jjmmed and broU-'of pieces flying in ail directions. A I corner of Newman's building tak- M1'. ar i en off and bits 01 it were found in -s back janl Mr. George ellithoive night the mi sleeping there at at. j the time. the nash cs'ne he I could not even get his so O.- of Port i short visit at the home j 's Mrs. j aht-adv a guest theie j J were -s at Port Chnton on T ics- Fox of 1 in tirre to d's the Tcuiooratiii 'in H-Uing business in Cl.a- much debris was pilel above them.'tea ard ivirtbe sJir.e thinas I He had been nartifv.iar in re 'w't surrrrpr cottaee. i-a'i.r gard to each and. every little part of pn' w't'a the aid cf pine the nijcb'r.e when this -eticn. However some of the pans can still be f.nd he has already gone to If your grocer cannot supply write merttiosing end we will send you a generous sample package of Fitch'j GRAINS OF HEALTH to serve a large family at bre-V. and a booklet you all about Fitch's GRAINS Oc HEALTH. Enclose 6 cents in stamps for postage. Grains of Health Company Ohio crowd that was close to five hun- tireflj attended the interesting and in- structive lecture by Mrs. Harriet Chal- mers Adams on Spanish Main and the Panama Wednesday night at Sidley Memorial under the auspices of the Sunyendeand The stereoplieon views dealt scenes along the Panama and were unusually good. Mrs. Adams spoke on the subject at first as she has traveled extensively through ihw Puiiiiuiit regiuu. TO EKD TKIBAL RULE C'.er TO Columbus ly died In Columhu5 again. Some are refilling the words She w.is verv of a reader before anjwcen last ago audience at the Ebersine auditorium lS-'e 'ost. -1 son here by drovning last summer. In ques- fiior-dt ill remoiuber and ie- he answered ror Ellithorpe to hear of her aie going to have sonie' Cnies Mrs Jero'.emoa little trouble with your i tain the ladies endless rhain of but it will come out'all right in church t'-is week Tic Everyone's sympathy is his. E 'pear in fancy Mr. Clarence Hastings of Parker-1 Baldringe and daughter of Cm- town was an over Sunday guest of spend the coming winter Miss Elvina Pussehl. Lakeside. In one night the bay was D barn will be re- over as far as Johnson's Island and' inl0 a-' up as far as Hirt'horn'a dock. G A Pett-bone and F. Dailev A business men's excursion from lldve on the gi-and jury. Hartshorn'.i dock to Sandusky took' The stood house is being push- place on Thursday. Fr'dav and cciuplet.ion by the aid o' and will be repeated on those iiurnace three days of this week. It was quite largely attended. Mrs. Joe of Clevelinrl. spent a few days with her Mrs. Mvers. Dr. Daisy TTashburn of Port Clin- ton. attended the funeral demons on Thursday. This was a very large one ap'l from the a fine old structure feeing the lake Nov. a and not for from the Clemens ceme- meeting today of leading men of the was earned attended by all present Choctaw nation a memorial was At a regular of the citv rouncil it was decided to locate the drawn up congress to abolish their tribal to sell the surface of the segregated coal and as- phalt lands and to distribute the tri- bal funds. It pays to advertise in tho Star- Journal. THE MAYER LEBENSBURGER CO. ESTABLISHED 1854 Z A Large Shipment of Choice Men's and Youag Men's SUITS AID OVERCOATS FOR __Armst-rnTig Sandusky Mrs. Parker been visiting new corporation building on the side west of Mutach's grocery oiirosits the L. M. a deal having been closed with the K. I. L. T. Co. Mrs. A. H. wear to Colum-j bus in response to a telegram re- ceived Friday and informing her of the death of Mrs. Eva Berry. She was a visitor at Lakeside many years. Mrs. W. L. Lane entertained the endless chain ladies on Tuesday af- ternoon. Many telephones are out of order since the winds of Saturday night and Sunday. And some were waiting for coal that did not arrive until Monday. VALUABLE ADVICE Whether you are or for Thanhs- grring_rjin'll Traiit to your best when you meet We've Thanksgiving Clothes that are so thoroughly good that you'll be proud to wear them and go moderately priced that they are not out of any man's reach. Handsome Suits to I Choice Mew Overcoats to Don't Overlook Our Hat and Furnishings Department FOR THIS WEEK A DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT. ON SUITS AND OVERCOATS. Basement Bargains Special Weak End Sale for Friday and Saturday MEN'S SUITS A3D and valnes KA Tour Not all sizes in every lot but your size in some of them. XEFS BIACK SATEEX and Blue CHA3IBKAY SHIRTS very best 50c all special ......OOL 5TEyS FIEECED LINED DRAW- very best 50c all very special OOv Basement Bargains Special Week End Sale for Friday and Saturday BOYS' SOTS AND and 15 to 18 your choice Not all sizes in every but your size in some of them. BOYS' SUITS AND and sizes 5 to 15 your PTA choice BOYS' SHIRTS AND best 50c black blue Cluambray and all very speeiul Sandasfey Citizens Should Profit By The Following Statement Doan's Kidney Pills cured this San- dusky resident. Their merit was story told. Now comes further evidence. The testimony is confirmed. The remedy was cure lasted. Could Sandusky residents demand stronger It's Sandusky testimony. It can be investigated. Mrs. Edward 110 John two or more years I suffered from kidney caused by my being on m- feet the greater part of the time. Backache was the most annopn-r symptom. I also had pains my loins that bothered me particulan when I attempted to stoop or lift. I was tired most of the time and chills were common. Despite all the plasters and liniments I I re- ceived no relief whatever and I was finally led to get a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at Melville Bros.' Drujr Store. They proved of wonderful benefit and out of I recom- mend given De- cember CURED TO STAY CURED The above testimonial was con- firmed by Mrs. O'Xeil on May 1909 when she gives ine pleas- ure to make the fact known that Do- an's Kidney Pills permanently cured frcm Mrs. Ciunson. Miss Rose Eckert is visiting her sister Mrs at Sandusky. Mr. an-1 Mrs. II. Brodersen _and son Henry are Toledo visitors. Miss Rirh spent Sundaj on the island Mrs. George Mi'Ier and Dorothy 'sveie Sandusky visitors on Satur- day. Mrs. Fred Arndt went to Sandusky last week. Mr. Robert Shortliff. who snent summer here returned to Toledo for the winter Mrs. Jacob Ha Her and daughter So- phie are guests cf Mr. and Sirs. Roy Downing at Stndnsky. Mr. Lock-wood Hastings has gone to Detroit to spend tho winter. Mrs. Job Parker spent several davs at Sindusky the past week. Mr Albert Schieble has gone to to take a course in electrical engineering. Miss the is still holding her meetings at St. Paul's church. Miss Lillie Wiesler has gone to Toledo to spend the winter. Brown Bottle Light starts de- cay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives protection against light. The brown bottle pro- tects Schlitz purity from the brewery to your Our barley is selected by one of the partners in our business. We go to Bohemia for hops. The water is brought from rock feet underground. Not only is Schlitz beer filtered through white wood but even the air in which it is cooled is filtered. It is aged for months in glass enameled tanks. It cannot cause biliousness. It will not ferment in your stomach. If you knew what we know about you would Schlitz in Browa Mary who spent about six weeks with her Mr. Joe returned to Detroit. Mrs. Fred Foye and children are visiting friends and relatives at De- troit. On evening the day evening pedro club met with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. iloyer for their iirst meeting of the winter. Four tables Mr. John Parker won first trophy and Joe Rowland was con- soled. Luncheon concluded the ev- ening's pleasure. Mrs. V. L. Button was hostess to the Saturday. After a delicious chicken dinner the following program was Roll quotations on The Mrs. A. S The Mrs. B. J. Ford. Esther Ma- gill of Sandusky was preesnt and ren- dered a violin solo. Mrs. D. D. White of Castalia will be the next hostess. The many fr.ends of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Front sj mpathize with them in their sad bereavement. Mr. Glenn Jakes has returned home from the northern woods of Michigan where with Mr. Andiew Hastings they have been hunting for the past month. All tbey were able to bag was one me of kidney trouble. I shall always cleer They report having seen sev- speak highly of tins eial drcr. also a couple of bears and Bell 259-R. Home S33-R. II. STIH'EBE Columbus napping as several have reported hav- ing had potatoes which were not properly protected. Neva Huntley of Adams street spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. M .L. Starr. Mrs. Moscr spent Monday In Belie- vue with her mother. The many friends here of Mr. and Mrs. John Brookner will be pleased to learn that they are very cosily lo- cated in theii new home on s'outh Columbus avenue. in the river in front of his has title to the land so will constitute a further inducement to such owners in cities laud is high priced to fill in in front of their holdings. It has been done HI many places until the rheis have been much nan owed and the flood dangers great- ly inci eased. Prosecutor Turner sa.ys he is not at all sorry that the supreme court per- mitted the Diegle case to be filed. He has no doubt but that the court wll to file printed brief and the stata has thirty days afwr that to file its reply brief. Secretary A. P. Sandles of the state board of agrieulnne joins t -e charge that Grand Master T. C. Laylia packed committee oa resolutions against the initiative and rr'ereudtrai and that recently he asked the 850 township crops c the state board how the farmers of their neighborhoods stood on this j matter and over 750 replied that they For sale by all cents. Foster-Milbnrn Xew sole agents for United States. Remember the take no other. Price 50 i wolves but was unable to bag pa'n. Mr. and Nrs. J. C. Alexander re- turned to their home ia Tiro on Satur- day. Mr. Alexander was here acting as agent durinsj Glen Jake's absence. A number around here are on the sick list. Esther of the city spent Sun- dav with Mrs. Sulton. The sudden cold spell which arrived on Sunday caught a large number DUINGS fcT THE STATE CAPITAL Nov. re- quirement of the state utilities com- mission that gas companies furnish schedules of prices charged to con- sumers is bringing out the fact that most natural gas companies furnish gas to manufacturers wbo use it in large quantities much cheaper than to householders. In nation t i company officials say that competition with coal dealeis is so sharp that tley bid tj mauutactuieb to get thf business. and the taking of the case will bring a ruling from the highest court on several questions in be- side.- there might be complaint if the case had been rejected that Diegle was being railroaded to the penitentiary. j From Washington comes the report that a movement is on in Ohio to counteract the progressive movement 'of La Follette bv orsaaizinc to b 1 out Theodore Roopevelt as the candi- date for 1912. Former Governor Hernrick who is stated to be one of I the leaders in tha movement is quoted as saying that the LaFollete move- ment has gone far enough. Milwaukee probably will be an ap- plicant for the prohibition national 1 convention. F. 12S Monroe St. opinion of Attorncv General Hogan to the effect that a riparian owner who makes new land by filling Unless the rules of the court are set the Roll py J case can not be hf'M'd this car. They give Diegle 60 days from when the petition in error was Here is where you the famous get rubbei the kind that over eight million peopls wear. 38c fLebsnsbyri 610-612-614 MARKET STREET. Mr. and Mrs Jay Fulz were Sandus- ky visitors Saturday. Miss Melba Matt returned home Monday evening after a few days' vis- i it with her Mrs Ida Winters. Not only pleasant and refreshing to of Toledo. Mrs. accompanied j tastej tut gently cleansing and sweet- her ttom6. c c j Miss Lovera Rhino was the over- i SJra8 to. rigs and Sunday guest of hrr brother and fam-' Elkir of Senna is particularly adapted ily. Mr. H. Tret. to ladies and and beneficial in Miss Ray Zehner Jias returned homo cases in which a strength- pleasant v.sit in Cleveland. i e5ective laxatve should be High6 School Tecture course Sis be perfectly safe at all tones and held at tho tional church dispels headaches and the pains Monday. Nov. 20. Every one is invit- caused by indigestion and constipation so led to attend. promptly and effectively that it is the one Miss Wanda Mischler of Bay r .t -i i L- u 11 was the over-Sunday guest of relatives family laxanve wh1Ch late- tachon to ail and is recommended by The social given last Wednesday by millions of families who have used it and the Venice Sunday school was well wno have personal knowledge of its ex- and every one reported a Florence entertained at' wonderful her home Sundar afternoon and even- j led unscrupulous dealers to otter hnita- ling the following Mrs. tons which act unsatisfactorily. There- No i wheQ itS bene6cy i Khino and Lizzie and tne j rig csyrap Messrs. .Terotne Falcner. Joi'n plainly printed oa the front of every Karl and Louis Nagle and the i package of the genuine Syrup of Figs The republican national contention next year will consist of fieie.j For sale by aflkadag druggists. Pnce gates. i 50 cents per bottfe. FOB LADiES AND MISSE Every size and style Sweater Coat wiii be found In stock here. Prices cheaper than other our buy- ing facilities enable us to buy in larger lots. Thus we get a lower price and we sfv the profit with you. Prices range from You'd pay to elsewhere for these THE WHOLESALE STORE THE SANDUSKY- TIFFIN STORESB2T FREMONT -NORWALK I t iEWSPAPERf lEWSPAPtRI
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