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volume i, no. 14. farmers' institute here friday and saturday splendid program arranged state speakers will address farmers. departments for ladies children spelling contests ! exhibits. 1 a farmers institute, the first in-aaherst la years. is to be held at arberst town hall feb. s 9. this czd.r supervision, several s'ate present, among th r. r- robertson, mrs. ida dur-b.3 myron a. bachtel carter jubilee singers furnish music, j in charge of president tv. h. schmittkons, lorain, secretary rev. c. maple. syria. big crowd should present both days institute. on size depend amherst's lucre chances securing as an ?-mni feature. follows: friday. sua. m. prayer hunter. amherst. 'welcome mayor e. foster. contest public schools. 19 : ) music singers. address. "mother girls" durbin, fredericktown. discussion led by geo. hill, elyria. 11 13 "nut culture ohio" bobertson, norwalk. o. f. witte. ij 00 dinner. l:.fl p. reading nellie hiu. county w. t. tc 15 address, "finding market" robertson. seymour norton, pj p audress, "some. common diseases their prevention" durbin. dr. bryce miller. mus.c j:5 announcements offering expenses. swp. "soils, origin, nature, etc" g. d. hubbard, oberlin. report judges school exhibit. .0 9 remarks visiting speakers. ;oo "tie work red cross" prank wilford, 7.-5 "history great lakes," illustrated stereopticon f'jjes maps saturday. i- kyle booth, amherst, li-sic acuress, "are large crops possible cn poor soiir myran bach-ta. college agriculture, columbus. durussion george hoi-rela, mukc jubuee ai-ress, "soil building lime tile drainage" hayes, agent. c 'm wdress. "spraying" dr"-esion schmitt-lorain. u-carter dinner, mtdc-carter 1: p- "food conservation" -dr. john s. rutledge, cleveland. 2:00 "acid phosphate bachtell leimbach. vermuion. -:45 "potatoes" cotton, 3:30 speaking distribution prizes. dinner served gymnasium congregational ladles. enforce sewer rule council acts stop nuisance caused running roof water into sewers. meeting tuesdav evening, it was decided that must put practice sanitary , sewer. practice. whue doing no particular harm some seasons year, times positively menace safety community. committee reported if vulage wished avoid flood during spring thaws, or when weather comes end, act. notice effect ordinance wiu enforced pub-: lished another column. many residents probably are un-! aware they breaking disposing manner. object lesson way arrest stiff fine may become necessary. rainy thaw, pipes full overflowing with excess water, can come trom otner place man ine roofs buildings connected directly ; hoped citizens co- operate officials stop-, ping firemen's ball success: crowded dancers given amherst volunteer fire department wednesday evening redington success every way. moderate brought out huge crowds, automooiies irom oi xowa lined curb, coming from lo-' rain home orchestra furnished exceuent music. costumes were gorgeous good percentage masked. schaef-fer grand march, applause generous various evolutions. couple took net receipts provide sired working fund, ticket sold. schmauch receives government commission schmauch, automobile dealer, enlisted last week washington, received major sergeant mechanic. he have auto truck service station astoria, long island, n. y. mr. leaves business which established oberlin known bros., handling ford car exclusively russia, camden, pitufield henrietta townships. until return schmauch. young island take up his duties. baby dies. grace, four months' old daughter elmer fallmer. laporte, ind., died sunday afternoon family after short illness. funeral sevrices conducted afternoon. fullmer former weu here. ll !u legal tender m . mmm. mw7&:- mm ' krr cleart all your w, i jt ,wf ip coldest day years tuesday record breaker gas supply low, but village well fixed coal. hint not far off, morning, went rampage morning reached degree o temperature previously touched winter, winters pretj0us. thermometers read iow 21 bejowt a(1 eten lo.er 60ne poinls. tneni ,0 de coatrarv. almost balmv. position resist cold, however. has had fair amount coal hand weeks, anl there promise continue arrive sufficient quantities. low. those householders burning gas. however, so fortunate. pressure very while stotes show.a small olhers blaze merely flicker. office one latter, impossible operations. little shopping done tuesday. who could do stayed indoors hugged stoves radiators. meetings postpjned. due extremely cold scheduled called off. included ordination services knitting branch cross. met mayor's office, whi-h only warm room hau. park bank gets funds. board education, its week, awarded use funds bank, whose bid .027s monthly balances. german vit''. false rumor run 23rd february. 15-li. wm come' attention thai person, probable malicious intent a- ml"", receiver herein, 0f-has started hai been consolidated ,itt t0t an!aace or-oaoer. dailv oaoer wzs issusd thp mmh:n tu:. court above issue story without foundation fact. remain strictly independent publication, fearless things, publishing news fit print. daily issued also foundation. paper, would fortunate lasted two weeks. warned believe any statements regarding unless made properly accredited representatives paper. we bave representative time engaged soliciting subscriptions. have, proper given. ohio. thursday. february 7. 1918 substitute flours local people loss how rice other flours. recent order pre-stibins housewives i-ufchase pound flour wheat hns placed women puzzling position.- don't knew substitutes. instance, lady said. world flour? know it"s right face powder, u?:ng cooking, that's thing." substitutes, such barley corn flour, mike appetiz-ins dishes them, majority cannot. asked get something about benefit not. you how, write sheet paper send mail times. pjblished. causes grocers trcjble. incidentally worked hardship grocers. place, havo necessarily high j-rice. cus-, toners blame making them bit tlt blamed anybody blame. j.robably gooa iking, r -sults flock new nutii- t ous dishes. heretofore most regarded whe3t tat ma- terial 10 makins bread, bis-euiti. cake past-?. class initiated. fifteen candidates initiated knights security evening. session social enjoyed luz:h - brownhelm cross' year boy turns perfect sweater members. much said chapter cross, south likewise active entitled credit. start membership campaign. bad canvsinc diffi cult, surrounding country yet visited extent, increased 54 members au whom hard anil ac compushing results. chap ter comfort bags boys service. besides these, folowing articles turned headquarters: dozen surgical shirts; sweaters; 5 pairs socks; scarfs nd wristlets, etc. does work. ted wood, ii son theodore wood brownhelm. knitted sweater. ths lad proud nimble fingers more than cross claims him member. secured few names following others printed received: charles koppenhofer james baunhart clayton stevenson esther mcqueen ethel miuer horn parker baird h fairchild b. bacon frank northeim came earth! --.w v wiiciii. 111 lands printing contract notice. resoultion regulation system ohio, hereinafter enforced. "sec. it. elevator waste overflow cisterns, storm drainage, etc.. shall sewers." violation section upon conviction thereof, punishable less five dollars nor fifty costs prosecution. w b baker -'.erk rent losing money ra'tt-new rates s5 $12. now entertainments educational na tare, s12 increase rental elded trustees sane uoned method keeping pay lng basis. trustee kothe announced hau behind, made, better close anc 3 refuse ertainments ure fee proven inadequat expense takes least half ton beat ;a!l oth er ezpenses lights, janitoi service, etc aimed make expenses entertain ments. plays staged outside parties aowever. win 112 instead o: tlo. hardship, even lodge halls greatly creased price. remember, hereafter rents j12. blum delbridge co. stockholders' meetinc stockholders b:um company, stone curers. annual com pany's offices afternoon, elect ed directors ensuing y-ar declared 6 per cent dividend. reports past shc.wed business, prospects foi briar hill & lied concern, practicauy samt officers directors, declare; excellent. elected follows blum. f delbridge. rosie directorate wn weber e postpone rev pastor congrega tlona.1 church, tuesda: off la.s- momeut reasons, ch?! inability hea: church age unable pres ent, indefinite!) postponed. beueved swon we3ther moder ates, although possibuit:- receiver's sale. ss. pleas. burrows. plaintiff vs. 146f daniel conover, defendant. certain desperate disputed showing books mill works co.. ust interested request. sale my office. 4. kolbe block, o'clock nu wm. miller, st receiver. subscription, 51.50 accomplishes three turner health officer moonlight schedule favored matters. council, important matters disposed of. 0:e important, letting 191s. successful awtid, being somewhat lower presented. official considered honor generauy cause sharp competition. appointment. nicker re-appointed street commissioner salary month, each aonth. opuon ihe committee. appointed iiealih j10 appuca-aon filed. foster time, banks city award. 2 s-5 regular sinking fund. mayor, clerk, ireasurer. ight accepted. president. jouncil absent, unanimously light steps taken conserve light. found impracticable cut nber standard, un-air merchants. discussion. jrought approval sug-isuon lights -s. turn strong enough iufficient illumination. rase fire, ught superintendent immediately entire system- freezing mains up. chief ashen-oach results tests ae believes plugs oper ating condition. main tenney ivenue near ozen. points til- .age help continues severe. authority purchase pipe needed repairs disposal last. ladder truck, al outlived usefulness occupies badly space lie room, donated -oapany dispose sees fit. 3ius ordered paid. s.nd couneu adjourned. owing fact 03 comfort, again feature train schedules monday passenger york central through trains leaving stopping cleveland papers considerably hampered. change didn't long. reduced scheo- le, canceled line. reason bees lightning chviges. dolores. mr menx, pain fully injured struck eye icicle playing yard. eyeball bruised, girl getting along nicely. r'7 -- -.,(
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-02-07|
|Date of Original||1918-02-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-02-07 1 14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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