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besot rr ji? mmmmmm 9( hj 5? sc. ft,. ip'' r 5' ; pi, mmmmm hmmm b ' v - . , w ':' xv. -a"v 1 iindependknt in,. ievrvithing, n adph ikl akes debutwith a lft flatterind;prqsec,ts: fftt' 'editor is. 'slparermanati'fexper(-jr 7 lenulbm'ent'the.bfcst.vvijpki f inobfcecomp6tcni. ! this lfdfrt& tho' figt issuer of tho i, anserst times," statoaidnt.. its. f.' plueies n'd 'something oih personal jturo beema in.orcter. ;v ..' long ago asriaaf augu8t( when (ie editor made a. 'brief trip in t-' section to city, ho as con- vtnced qctha presenco amhorst o'f l-iaprom!sing flvld" tot- live, onorgetic, isdopendont lewspapor. subsequent visits only .served strengthen bslief, and the .additional thought that tse place "was largo enough support isierally well oqulpped jo"b ofllqo !, tlaf could turn out quality work at " ransonable, prices. ( 'v 'accordingly equipment which, formerly used rp'ubllshlng aekly newripa'per which had brief' $5 .tmugh pxclting -oxistenee was pur- si icttasea, eauinment it nocos- .onj' church stroot, occupied" byjthe amhorst. news. rather try-jitg exporienbo was, but .the plant is? now fn operation, irom amount advertising and-job already offlco, coming with increasing volumo astach,tlay passes, success venture seems as- .'sured, t jthe ofllco'svill bo 'ifnown -the uttlo print shop, from namo prorieor editor. editor; e. liittle .detrpit, mfch., has an experience covering better than 11 years newspaper and, allied businesses.. for past four yeats boon connected detroit typesetting company, a, largp concorn detroit, rislng'from ,thogajion linotype operator momlhhip firm. convinced hairiness en- tlrelv nla own offered bdt'tdr oppor- tunity, grasped came naturally, as. newcomer amherst, oxpocts encounter 'some difllculty start owing his lack knowledge names residents ot city. may hard to' socuro all items of., news there is secured.. citizens can help,, will greatly appreciated by times, if anything interest other residents, mailed or phoned 1c4 streot. phono, .number la main 342. -it does.not.-matter whether aro .mistakes spelling con structlon, just so. tlietacts thero, 'nd proper spelled correctly. (flows items-should bo. signed, our ;and yqur protectant, signature 'will not be published,. times alms cover- every activity amherst. space, devoted to" spprts, amusements, high school, tho. churches, public meetings every' sort. times; independent policy political affairs, ondeavor discuss oach week matter general ;its editorial pago, thero u, jlassincd .advertlsfng section, -a,55.jrato iflm- nreaont'thcf -times lp jr7f4ellv0rod itn ftnpli linmn 4t, amknrot pn t' -www uukw uv atxpn oi charge. paper de-i jered; iiftond' 342, ym one sent. you. soon '"m appears opporturfo, subscription wl" 00 put. on a- paid .basis, l rqtq 1.50 per year. fact ,hj$s aollvored free charge need jj !"eter no paying, sub-&ci,pt,on price advance h ajaijy instancna sai '''ir ftn lienor among first -' uftdred subscribers news- f'' m' lluo l,rlitsliop, ono esi uquippertmn ennntv ujlhy jtho iza of. iwuwb. ethel' horridc. nnn finvnn. -pyrija, who some timo managed tmh6''st itaporter, ab- 'hsfmml' bv thn thtorougiily competent prlntor, viifjtwi itti 'a .. overy d'opartnlont 'tho tm ng- trado. job -work nrlnted iklrllttleiprlnt shop ,pwt au wllj turned ry440tly anrl nt i-v.iannnl.lo nrlnn. '. ,'..wim.. jiittue'?and her mother. mrs i i!lu!vli.l. -f i.- i. clt tltfiiittlfe' family, together ww,, mm. cotpiorcndiy jo- kolua block, also pudgo, e:llke .amherst wo hope bi,,aherat"ivill'llke ya. .!ftie do. ft?., bf a'bi;uer(jt' like ua. week; times,. $1.50 subscribe. less 30 miles distant. events. (noto:' itoms ior column deslrcd,.1and-. should bb sent tao ar far dato scheduled pdasihlo. hhve -no riki, i' : .! uiouua ui luurniug 01 sucn nap-ponlngs savo througn good ofi flees thoso; directly interested. mado short notice listed others, 'charge. cent word spo- cial -notices.) nov. bazaar suppor, st. poters church. nov, -10 dance, maccaheos, maccabees' hall, park avonuo. boys display patrojtism. amherst youtfis attempt enlist; disqualified honorf throo youths, chester blum, andy bruce lionel wilson, all' members local school football team, attempted enlist united states navy monday weok, cleveland. they were disqualified, because being underweight, others physical grounds', dotracts whit fine spirit shown boys, none whom reached minimum requirements navy. father-of happened samtr train boys. he called, telephone clovoland union depot upon ills arrival, informed boys' intentions, hurried federal building. arrived completing their- examination, too lato stop them passed, time give- parental admonitions perhaps few words approbation, entire party returning afternoon. printing you want reasonable prices little littlo name, open fpr business. alre'ady the' response been enormous force rushed. output contlnuo great volumo, more employes added, enable continue giving slogan, the" way. inquiries havo received widely scattered points, including mammoth foundry situated jobs prospect, contracts practically closed somes cases. creditable pleco8 have out, although working under various handicaps haa operation since m6n-day. small description taken, care promptly, printed manner desired customer. cortaln typq stock, secured notice; $3v,ery made-to-order one. are computed actual cost records our. ovorhcad relatively small, accordingly found proportion. arthur starkweather sailed lorain wednesday morning quartermaster new. government boat, war signal, taken atlantic port. dry meeting last sunday. john c. ketchum, master michigan stato (grange, chief speaker mooting sunday aftornoon, attended aoout 250 persons. fag end an. automobile par-ado covered county, about hour in- foaching home camp sherman. miko george, louis armstrong, mel-vin slack christian arndt, chllllcotho, spent ond relatives' friends am herst, selective corps expect visit folks on-succoed- ing ends. change in" mail carriers. william ackormantias discontinued carrying malls pobtoftlco. matthew' del .taken positlbn,, starting wi tr.-ilnq.tc. iwf aas ovic fast and. snappy game vvon coached team score 18 0. v-in gamo reploto with-sensatjbnal plays, aniherst team' defeated from- vermilion saturday afternoon brandt's by, scoro i8t.0. while, teamwork splendid, contributed their bits tward do- feat fish town's warriors, es- ,pocial mention left half; bruce, quarterback, wero responsible for. amherst's 18- proved worth system coomng supt. porter,. wprkoa-,hard ,to. givo. amnorst po- proud or. put up scrappy gamo. field, probable scoro. would closor, mud boy's points quarter, tlve second, went over touchdown. third quarter brought two touchdowns amhorst, ,on'o w.llson, latter following perfect forward pass took ball vernlllioh's 3-yard line. fou-th playing sho first, down soveral finally lost downs, ended inamherat's posscssior .near center' .field.'---t'yho liyieup: miller l. ""v baumhart l.t. graver g' edwards r. g. duto it. t. holllngsworth blum h. englebry kishman moody harris banning lawlcs wilson niphoila.. .p. tbv. bruco q. b. referee corin, elyria. head linesman kregor. umpire friday. timekeeper brucker. .by- quarters: 0 g 12 018 0-00 notes of- game. girls did 'enormous rooting, whleh seemed stimulating effect toam. girl particular acquired severe case hoarseness before ended. "fish" whenever goat sought. lino won admiration its plucky fight against odds. lads badly hurt .fourth qaurter. led kept saying: "i go back; me." banning; halfback, individual-star vermilion, breaking through .downingv roan. lookfngjfor bigger future tilts. theteam qulto reputation beating strong elyria team. three goals touchdown w(eb missed, heavy and- djlllcult angles responsible. knitted socks thankfully soldiers red cross society recently shipped- consigumont socks, knlttod members, headquarters organization. pain riiado mrs. lilllo o. barber, she placed ploco requesting soldier write her. (last barber letter private frank leadon 25th training corps, stationed fort tot-ten, york, stating 312 bis follow similar pairs. boy expressed appreciation gift. attend stock sale. mr. w..h. shibloy arid chicago attendance annual stppf sato heldr there. genp"mt?n 'interoptod breeding thoroughbred cattle. ... .t campaign y. mi funds opens monday. effort bemade to- ral6e quotalh record -4 time.,, -r -h partita m. c, ai for' irt bettering. tho4 condition statosf. soldicra bo, n'kon representative commltteo thechairmanship dr. win, 'g. schaoffer. lopal campaigii noxtfmondav. contlnim tnr nun week$ during ihs hoped" raiso nnd oven exceed quota signed though been; called several recently! contributo funds' raised the! causes, has. none' worthy trio a.-and bplioved responso appeal gen-erousj. wmi.uu appointed, wnn se lected teams, efforts made, thus furnishing competition, rals'o money mass meet-will lie held brownhelm, probably friday night,, "at lafarange, otheh means of, rolled upon. street car collide; people car; hurt. gojn press, wast run into 'street persons thvi accldont .occurred bio rushkhour tiro cars w.ero crowded workmen, passengers. ascertained any these injured not. e -4- chlld, fjnd.ln'o parents absent, .nelghb'oi children; town alarmed; hunt continues hour. maude, young daughter ben gawn, .was innocent cause alarm spread wildfire vicinity- evening. a' lecture given, hall homo neighboring, children afterward, finding decided .spend minutes playmates while awaiting rottirn. childishly forgetting rapidity flight timei mrs: gawn .returned child missing. casual search -revealed absence. remembering terrible tragedies recent, occurrence, 'especially enfield, became frantic. -headquarters, use operation. "excited groupsj gathered downtown streets. paries "scoured neighbor, mother maude's playmates, hearing- qf incident, dowhat coutolf to4 calm gawn,, 'who rapidly approaching hysteria. opening door home, greeted cries laughter, children, girl. settled 'over household. the. .child promised nover do .'it again. eggs scarce. scarcest articles market present time. strictly fresh variety is' almost entiroly'off'tho markot. storago jhand limited quantities, 50 cents dozen. sugar p'iost absent quantity, purchaser pounds most stores. special tax misses workmen. 8 cont, railroad faro 35 qr we'nt ,into thursday. howover docs affect commutation books, where distanco traveled miles, exempts worklngmon'fl 'books children's books to-oberlin, cjtlos nil tfian accident ax.n6r3t-ponnotd junction road, noted nnsiirnnsbftrl i'oughrldhig, jias improved by- inoatuinion m mrpo slag, usbd;as;a worst placed. improvement impossible travel' rato moro 10 ntf stay machine, how much 'can bp, safety. thotdlyrla shorter pleasant 4by using regahf former 'btandlng .artery. poultry association busy. scientific body weekly per-fectlnff plans exhibition, january new .members. association,, preparation hold'this winter january, holding meetings, order act ,tho numerous dotails involved. many innovations tried committees hands lull, fhe-.prc-mium list course preparation, in1 dlcated. admitted, keeping the, association's itself livp minuto. city defeats sandusky. demonstrated superiority sun-dusky 21 to.0. baker henes kreeger kicked, goaj thrco times. oho best games played intorest intense throughout. weather. 57 varieties 'the week, ranging snow brilliant sunshine. thursday saw streets with-about. four- inches beautiful snow,- heaviest fall" so early years. day provious cold cbhl enougli january. twenty-four hours sunshine, fcqw-over, succeeded annihilating covering, thn. weok uuiigmiui wj. i; hnnp.il stnwfl .i j .... lawhllo. rains' th(- culminating havoc vfk hi fields hv' damaged tjysitpoi difficult tc:a.rjs3 vs. kfow weeks, stcrm, co crop, is" bally )m ground runtu( discovered "-.- u. voof sun shine, howcve3ly )r;ix vj,'ught bushels 'of potatoes saved supply plentiful. coal famine still" on; reason dealers consum-ers hit shortage coming. dealer pound yard's summer; another nearly bad off. cases sickness absolute necessity possible obtain coal. authorities doing utmost relievo situation, cities same n'ot immediately get results. say it- mines hand, cannot haul situation ia exactly samo year said am.-herst investigated, 'current $9 fo- inrd ?7 soft coal, expected irregularities found. those-prlces, considering investments, freight,-shrinkage, loss theft, business, profit smaller porhaps businesses. fanners burn wood find ers burning gas can' schools ginning hand-to-mouth basis. fortunate personage has?a gas", property ,-plty overs else," s- ''.'."' ii' luynl lllu luivra luis s beaton locally.; school: bond carried; epchsn tiesmis, uoumy ta tato election locally par.sedsroff, quietly, 'though plenty of" closer fights; foster was( ra-electedlmaybr ovor attorney j. smytho vole'' 300 20d, voters endorslngjthe' gopd .work conscientious endeavors forth mayor term.- persons, choice hardest task, both men stand high' opinions townsmen either man chair. ba-kor clerkship, -e;- b.'1 rodgers elected treasurer marshal. amendment carried voto 458 44c, and-and woman suffrage ) vote 510 348. toe1 "bond proposition 37-votes. '' results wore follows: foster, rep.300; sinytho, dem., 209. clerk baker, rep., 263; shaffer; '! denti, 191.' treasuror rodgers, rbp.1, "174; mooblns; 11c; mlnz, clt.vl53.- marshal harmon, 189; tlinp-ky, 90; miller, cit., council parker,, 200; kruger, 270; 298; asheuback, 294; bauerj 261; 201; rosen- krantz, 126; sanders, 219; moeblns, 144; walsh:, 194. board trustees affairs ebbs, 160; gillman, 158'; plato, vl 159 slpple, deni., 140; hearn, ';j 108; walsh, clt., 98. asscssor-dute, 232;, har- maiiri,- 202. education finn'egan, i'j 335; dolbridgo, 443; hubbard,-' 454;'w:' copper, 176. ,, township officers. v"t:i'l.- officers ,was" -"jf. bochtol, 355; -. :brandtjjfeffi 499; 387; kotho,'44sltol' .,m r'.;v- uierk i-iaio, ubj. 1:4 ehrmann. 409 vmcmas?:.' f!nnanliln atnvo 191- afllln,; k99tlf "t wu..uvm.u ..... ......... vmu, ,b 'a- urmsuy,4bu; timpky, z7o. prohibition no, 446. yes,-i458;' 348; against, 510. 37 votes. kpfl "aniherst" interested here given briefly: rtc'fm county byj-avoto approximately 7,700 6,000.' ,4- horn "of torafutv 297 mnioritv klntr. froitiv.ln'..'-- .-tvg-..' ...... t3 v.. .im; w. v. qtcvkcu- iu 11.' lit v., jones next mnyor'of ely ria, cleveland abou state davis mayor- by-i'jf hr 15,000 majority. --f,l&y, was. defoatca'tn,. 125,000 $l7tl:j wet question?; isi prob-i- '-h ably undecided until ohicialj'icountv made. spattered precincts still heard fromaa majority wets about',700 million indicated, wun me urys gaining lew votes1 each result arrives. it.js nrobablei contested 'byjjwhlchw. ever side returned loser.- rain .elyria roturriocfligw majorities. amhorst; on' coweffe ,' ji l'l iuiuiiu, wciil ury uy 4si voies.v !jf ,. tv-- loses leg uncercarv, wheels. vjj&for ;, arm henry brandau, aged brandau. narrswlv escaped death whon'&efwaav lo.i'sdl flow yprk centriftraiift -tho right; loj; badjyrusn6o;,' necessary amputatefitv ii- below kneo. lad attempted"' leave quarry aytwmy' town, 5 o'clocw3i,igijk'2' hq loahls' balance, pmtsmm beneath thfc-"am'uuiabap'; hot amhbrst furniture coihnabyjrwtw, "i" tothq hospital. 4 .a y .'v tii '-:- ill ? i;: ri-'ib
|Title||Amherst Times, 1917-11-08|
|Date of Original||1917-11-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1917-11-08 1 1|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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