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erst times he amh volume lin6. 3. amherst, ohio, thursday, november 22, 1917. price $1.50 per year purchase gf fire long talked of, now reality; schedule discussed. to "k" be o. h. baker presents plan guard lives of school children. safe- sharp competition between rival automobile dealera developed tuesday evening at and prior the meeting village council. threo representatives were presout, demonstrating rolatlvo merits their machines, endeavoring convince council members lhat theirs was machine purchase. has been cdnsldoring purchaso a are truck for some, time word out that docislon bo made tuosday. after somo discussion, consideration 'amount on hand spent tho purpose, it decided buy republic one-ton truck, with lights, seat, box, presto solid rubber tires, lorain mitchell company $1,190. motion sanders seconded it, unanimously approving. meeting, load 1g men, trial run over worst stretches road in village, demonstrated its capabilities all passengers. balanco money hand, committee, assisted by company, expects able fully equip flro fighting. is expected will delivered within week or two, amherst last have adequate protection.- can make up 45 miles an hour" carry equipment men department. action taken upon recommendation ashenbach lire which had referred matter company. electric company' heard from. opened 8 o'clock mayor e. -foster presiding present. johnson bonner county light power were. present, presented new contract, containing much-talked-of k, explained members. deferred, but 'representatives came much quizzing some kidding being hunters force; many rabbits bagged opening hunting season thursday found hundreds roaming highways byways vicinity amherst. good bags reported, each returning car carried day's bounty. shoot limit, ton, said there abundance rabbits, notwithstanding reports cleveland papers scarcity. first beaaona pheasants may.be killed, owing peculiar flight thick covering feathers, they hard kill. local hardwaro stores report heavy sales guns ammunition. prices no higher than year, considerablo-'abovo those of. two years ago. sugar stock. amhorst grocers received small quantities granulated during past week, ailing orders already in, limit pounds customer. prlco been-reasonable, 10 cents pound. eggs, fresh, romain scarce. hons appear laying down job refuse lay. when annual moulting period passed, eggs more, plentiful. see-saw ride cars. more forty .elyria rode hack fqrth, switch track elyria until finally surrendered conductor paying 15 faro demanded him. passengers protested, rate, advance 9 wont into effect. refusing nay. crow refused deliver destinations hours piled back and' forth. authorized taken. published probably mako amherst's bills smaller, thoro seems absolute assurance continue so, .though, appears unable help itself. offers suggestion. councilman offered communication suggesting election grado schools traffic officers from among members, these leave rooms minutes earlier others nobn night, take station along streets intersections botween business district. seo children kept sidewalks, al3o noto numbers autos violate rules authorities. badges given them foel responsibility connection positions. suggestion inspired number accidents near-accidents lato implicated. leaving school, dash across street, if killed injured autoist blamed. felt appointment tend discourage this practico. adopted board education adoption. manhole built. manholo built franklin avenuo ri'iddle west cost not $75. sower point blocked necessity, otherwise troublo .will occur over. ashpnbaugh motion, kreger. current weeks read allowed. then talk. considerable discussion relative depredations about mirth appeared following reading concerning alleged hold-up high bridge, also burglary freight car. any arrests made, though. reported strange things happening, disappearance articles loft outsido homes overnight most prevalent. adjourned late hour. former resident buried spencer crocker, aged 70, died monday berea. connected stone industry 50 years. ho leaves widow one daughter, mrs. ward bailey. funeral hold homo church berea noon conducted masons. remains brought 3 p. m. burial cemetery. casket short service grave. breaks arm second time. curtis jcreger, old son william kreger, sustained double fracture his wednesday fell while working around home. lad six ago broke same barely healed. boy married celveland albert miller cleveland, mer boy, adam main nov. 12 miss rose holzhauer cleveland. eastern honeymoon trip, washington, d. c, york, return reception, several people wero including miller, mr. nicholl mr, charlbs miller. a. prominent man cloveland, conducting largo confectlonory store cor nor st. clair 105th street. member f. women lawyers numerous, yet almost every knows least woman who capable law trims ignatius team strong visitors ex-cell forward passing pleased treatment accorded. football victor affray saturday score 20 g. gamo clo:,o hotly contested throughout. slight advantago weight, speed backfleld, especially quarterback bruco, touchdowns obtained one. excelled passes. likewise, resorted aerial attack, left tackle o'brien succeeded causing trouble. there' mistake advertising goal, calling college. camo college ignatius. does play schools. moreover conditions war responsible. superintendent portor team. hope reclprocato goes cloveland. lineup. st baumhart graver slack edwards dute holllngsworth blum wilson nicholls bruco l. ahern o'brien' fucrst gallagher hews corrlgan walsh roth o'donnell schwab mcfadden t. c. r. ii. b. q. substitutions kellackoy fuerst, andrews corrlgan. umpire hanley. linesman craft. timekeeper walters. big press breaks. casting newspaper news snapped week. re pairs part reaches forced use plant little print shop, courtesy greatly appreciated. farmers' milling oragnized stockholders newly formed to- known as farmors' nnd supply co., meet town hall afternoon perfect organization. stock lias subscribed. girl dies. johns, formerly lola crandall, daughter mrs, w. passed away mo-morlal hospital, elyria, sunday noon. deceased well having resided hero her father barkley dead. elizabeth barkley, 77 old, north ridge, township g5 years, home afternoon. sho born shaker community east surviving james hammill, three sons, edward, john residing homo. held 1:30 rov. booth conduct services. crown hill cometery. v "prices havo reached level days civil war, wages deal higher," favorlto rojoindor oldor younger ones complain hich living. thoy aro right, too, sold $58 bar rel tea $101 25-pound chest, compared $18 $20 now. coffee four time3 ab present tobacco prico. all. fit times. brings jto you society popular side couple wed. very protty wedding solem nized side, tholr daughtor, sadie, jacob sabiors united marriage egll peter's evangelical 4 afternoon, nov 21. bride attended sister, holllngsworth, grace chalmers. frank edward groom. flower girls misses lillian ellorlngton holllngs worth. ring used. bride's gown creation whlto silk chiffon duchesse satin trimmed pearls. she bouquet bridal roses. rosa attired palo bluo silk. dinner coursos served 30 guests ceremony. houso beau tifully decorated, cut flowers, color scheme pink white. young friends la milan avenuo. sisters wedding. parsonage 5:30 solemnized emma witte howard conger edith richard twigg marriage, rev. performing brides daughters herman witto, south couples immediately cerdmony where furnished awaiting them. successful social. district no. 5, under direc tion martha charlton, box social friday even ing. enjoyable program rendered. boxes bold est bidders, $2.15 highest paid privilege lunching fair lady. proceeds amounted to-$22.15. ladles regular today parlors. entertains society. ladies aid soicety peters entertained parlors, hostesses mrs martin henes, fred strauss mrs." schroeder. af ternoon sewing chat, daintily appointed luncheon served. entertain people. twenty-eight lo rain, arriving motors, games contests refreshments wore features evening's pleasure. club entertained. five hundred roamer foster, harry clark galllton off honors. next galllton. miss1 hostess. holen entertalnod'mem- bers au courant baker. manner dainty meet. ann's socloty catholic journey andrew krelser, road, today, whoro day hold. stars order important evening. pre sided. pf con gregatlonal curamings. wanted solicitor, ono who-knows thoroughly. ex cellent proposition. call office. coming events. (noto: items thlb column desired, should sent ine ns far date scheduled posslblo. wo, other means learning such happenings save through fices directly interested. chargo mado notice listed others, charge cent spe cial notices.) 24 dnnce, maccabees' hall. 25 football, brandt's park, tigers vs. norwalk. 28 opening, midway, whis- keyvlllo. publisher writes book. little, am herst times, receipt llrst proofs book, "tho cyuntry publisher," soon editor rldgowood, n. j. work jlhe nature treatiso textbook, large state universities, trade ,and technical schools, libraries, general readers interested kinds. material. shop placed hunrdea dollars worth equipment, fast possible. includes soveral type, ink, llnotypo metal, rules, ornaments, various our determination glvo people, do material must hand. we best equipped shops city size aim best. loss settled. ludwlg settled insurance full, taking remainder destroyed. open place building repaired. defeat tomahawks sunday. 13 2 touah game brucker scores safety fumble. the' tomahawk went before ing 2. furious throughout, result loubt minute play. brucker, backfleld trio, played usual fine games. sodish lino, ' fast, bear lhie, breaking getting man. henes scored touchdown quarter pass. till fourth points either team, seo-sawlng field. fourth, kick fumbled near goal lorain. this, baker, ball, straigni line bucks, right shadow only penalized fore ball passed. middle field, continuation bucking process missed, making considered lorain's best, franklins comparative scores, ranks topnotcher, groves manager schaeffer showing voar. nredicts cham pionshlp honors another season. plays sunday, final norwalk played, -doubt "clean up.' lovo affairs ohio faml lies named keep gossips busy. boys ;tho family remaining "boys courting girls. nrobabillty every, day'll bye bye, hree jailed; i gun without permission hunt prem ises, lads grow "sassy" arrested fined. excitement caused mon pointing farmer hunters, escape, reappearance, chaso, capture, trial. here facts proper sequence: ambi089 linden, twins, lindner, lorain, morning farm seymour norton, asking few apples. norton approached signs apparent, asked show license, permit. "refused, cursing him, called hired. officers, pointed shotgun four-year-old child holding said: now, come step you'll get it." ran got away. swears warrant. 'norton drove swore warrant against lads. marshall dispatched scone, failed hunters. early dusk, however, seen marshal telling arrest, reluctantly accompanied him hall, suddenly bolt freedom. exciting chase. running shots miller's revolver halt fleeing lad. zimmerman, captured cornfield station. sober thinking penitent court tues morning. parents notified fines assessed foster sum $10 costs boys, extra malice norton. paid. sale still on. plato & sons' salo continues draw crowds. chandise value $100 thrown roof hands crowd gathered below, wild scramble prizes. goods disposed rapidly, though thsre reserve basement scarcely touched smoke, packed air-tight cases. counters. sons clearance entire stock, repairs completed building, re-open lino men's furnish ings. compliment illinois. following, ogle republican, oregon, iii., comment: 'everette city, recently embarked thriving located ely ria. closely identified publishing 11 establishing detroit, mich., typesetting position linotype operator membership firm. issue paper us appearance live wire newspaper, filled ,nows advertising. ventures heretofore predict splendid success management. shortly tuesday, wernort, wernort g17 park avenue, suffered painful injury thumb smashod brake nn auto companions trying push. nail nearly torn thumb. administered dr, a, f, mcqueen, , if. i.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1917-11-22|
|Date of Original||1917-11-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1917-11-22 1 3|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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