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'1 j. lb mhwmhirinnmbhiini rower liberty first, last and always t freedom for all forever vol. i, no. 37. subscription, $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, july 18, 1918. official newspaper of the village amheb8t. ohio. amherst boys in service li8t only partially complete residents requetsed to furnish other names. mayor e. fosteras undertaken task gathering a hat am-herat boya who aro serving united states army, navy, aero, marine or othfi1 branches. at his suggestion recent -cquncll meeting, he was authorized to' prepare such list, bo permanent record ot village. to- date has secured about go names service. it is known there are many more whose have not yet been turned in. cards printed given ministers, lodge secretaries, post-omce, clerk, 'etc., if anyone knows soldier 'or sailor whoso name should procure card,-fill out turn at1 earliest possible moment.' later years, after war won, as one propoaed will "be invaluable. here numbered simply purpoao accuracy, tho brder which they entered . additional llbts be published aa come would well clip thla list paate family scrapbook. cards'have spaces much pertinent information, but we .are giving name, place enlistment branch 1. ejfflst ilenes, elyrla, sept. 25, 1917, infantry. 2. ' herman mathes, chllllcothe, nov. 8, 3. "vm. strauss, 21, 4. john pries, ajprll x, 1918, 6. carl schmauch, new york, feb. 10, werner, cleveland, april, navy. 7. frank' bennet whyte, april 20, 5. thomas v. bruce, 1, machine gun. 9. philip it. baus, dec. 12. .1917, aviation. 10. george june 4,' 11. tom 17, '1918 4 walter. jaeger," chllllcothe' oct". 6, "13. walter ludwig jaeger, elyrla qct. 0, 14. dr. milo parker, detroit, medical. 15. alan grove hoffner, 4, 1917. 16. albert wilker, i -17. norman brucker, louisville, ky., may 18. decker, chlllicotho, 21 artillery. 19. henry caaper plato, 24, 20. emil abdertfaldcn, 21. howard joseph nice, el paso, texas, aug., engineers. 22. claudo cv hamel, washington, d. c, marines. 23. christian c. arndt, ,24. jolm s. ndbakowskl, 25. koopko, 27, arthur holllngsworth, cloveland, march 27,, 27. fred woicicofski, 1914, 28. frank kane, loulsvillo, 29. floyd 1917', iladlo. 30. a. short, 31. 32. cahl, 33. conrad reinhardt, louuville, ky 34. rets, 35. justus schroeder, 36. chilllcothe, 29, harry ruth, 5, 38. edward baumarin, clove- land, march, 39. louis kreeger, oct. 40. charles' ii. sabjers, mar. medical.. 41. haas, cavalry, "" 42. paul t. 43. harvey ludwig, 1916, 44. alvln w. brown, 45. clare avery, jan, 46. clarence baker, elyria, 22, 47, waller moebius, cincinnati, 0 aviation, , 48. 49. alden dellefleld, chiuicotluj, apll wis, infantry - 50. ernst bernhardt, chllltcotbs, letter from raymond lindsley brbwnhelm boy coast artillery, stationed camp eustls va. leave any time now. following written by bay mond llndaley, brown-helm boy, ills father, b. k. llnds-ley. artillery eustls, va., 60 miles fortress monroe. "fort monroe, va july' "we training nil day long now, don't get write. reveille 5:60, exercises till 8:30, cleaning tent 6:30 7, breakfast 7 7:30, drill 12, dinner 12 1 to" rest period 5 5:30, supper 5:30 then off, washing to-do then, so you see time. j like drilling fine sure does give an appetto. had trench mortar practice this morn ing on big guns. batteries along lots them. suppose rifle range soon. the. mosquitoes thick" night, -we nets throw over our beds don't' botherejl much, f standing attention mos quito flies your nose cannot movo'or bawling out, believe me. fierce keep knocking off. "1 hard laughing some fellows. lon't know right left. sergeant that la us funny. said today, 'don't act makes,' motioned how fellow walked; could hardly laughing, laugh extra duty else 'dnuble-;lme' ready drop. rhe army teaches think ind quick, i'm it's loing me world good. "the 'eats' very good lothlng complain of. swim-ning ocean quite often ine. i'll send shells there's nretty ones peach. "as soon can lhoto3 taken you. well, got wash two towels, cwo suits underwear four handkerchiefs, guess close now." "camp 11, 1918.- "well, ! am different were transferred antl-alr- jraft iprpa left fort monroe "july rhis 50 'from" se'eon dbattallon here; first france morning. guard night lay hours jaw them 'leave. looked nice ,vlth their guns sind packs. all. cheering binglng, glad jo france. wished go- .-ng with tlme ,ve setpembor 1)11 :hance home before leave" going try. 10 town, aut woods. a11 wo hero soap things must nave. 14 camp; ive -are now g'ood rer,y exciting. shoot 2 3 .nch guns, also hatc rifles, .infield make, kind use better aweater as" possible, long. .jetting my drills gas masks, required put six seconds 'goodbye.' breath gas. goner, "with love, "ray." address: private r. lindsley, 4th battalion, battery h, 51. roessler, thomas, 52. charles lakofskl, 251918, 53 edw. l'j 54. omasnefski, 55. bauer, 56. bernhard 57. wolf, 58. ornasnefski, sept., 59. hollo, sept, 60. martin, ky, 61. johiv michael, 62. plppert, o 63. baumnnn, newport, r, i., answer question propound ed woman writer, "what do left-handed child?" say "leave him alone." boj doubly sui'e nloue. develop into southpaw pitcher 110,000 season, glassy ball game pleases local fans defeated, 6 silver bells played game. again sunday suffered dofentbut defeat ashnmed fast bell team of' lorain, contenders tuo city cham pionship, work locals tune result doubt almost up minute, bells' scores coming olglvth.--- lorain papers claimed "loaded up" visi tors, original players. true, ckanges previous leyme little first. ard improving each game, putting claasy lball. crowds what be, however, probably next few games plnyed effort replenish treasury. blame belongs umpire, alexander, wh6 apparently see. made several decisions wore profit toam, general showed decided lack knowledge pcflnts plays. difficult to. pick individual stars, as, whole toam well. lynch field great catches, making runs seeming ly hits. chippy bruce best batter day, getting double single three times up. little, man accepted 16 chances without error, scooped sev eral wide ease, owing reach. pitched fair handicapped sore arm, support wabbled eighth, gone. baker hit besides locals. bells, most honors pitcher, hodkey, wont foutrh utter scored olt lane. hodkey allowed no hits during remainder score runs. -amherst started whirl wind. bruco one, 3truck' 'sacrificed. xcyme ball. walk ed, fourth being wild pitch scored. another leyme, third llttlo, becker .struck out. " two-bagger third, bak er. alter wmcn tna sudsmea, nary remaln- ler bolls id couple pitches. -they fifth sixth, tying score. eighth twice due somo loose playing part amherst's field, won. detailed follows: cmfwypfw ab r h'po a; e ss lynch, .2 daker, rf p : ,0 ljs becker, 2b 1-1 waite. c bruco,' cf gotro, 3b totals 35 27 17 h po stencil, stelmachi 00 adams, .'.-. 13 hums, 11 knitter, suby, 0.0 loach, -'4 lane, 38 ,6 8 innings: 0-4 0-6 summary: base stelmach, suby. lane struck 3, basea balls, off 2, leymo alexander. patriotic meeting brown helm brownhelm plans immense af ternoon 2:30 o'clock, con-execational church. largo attend ance desired, particular urged present, 'he addressed a.-,. garford county sav ings stamp director, subject expected american people war." mr.dame bart- jett, noted singer speaker, has, interesting message give, .she 22 months 'on western front, gives her information gained there, 3and concert sat- urday 20 season large members practiced faithfully. band sea son saturday ovenlng 20,, town hall park. weeks havo rehearsing prepared music compares band- county. krugman director worked faithfully material hand. year's service, players broken givlrfg own responsibility. arrange ments merchants bepn "made concerts, depend upon llberalness public whether con certs continued. costs thing music, instruments uniforms, men dollar remuneration efforts. collection believed rcsponao justify continuance concerts. program. program ar ranged 'tho concert. covers .i wido please exacting: ''tho sharp shooters" (ell- enberg). overture, "garden eden" (bar nard). "long live u. a." (miller). selection, melodies "faust" (gounod). serenade, "a juno" (king). vocal solo little' miss murray."' "just baby's prayer twllisht" (jerome). medley, "yankee hash" "over there" (cohan). fires burning" (novelo). star-spanglod banner." sugar issued. foster assistant. kreger, jtopt busy week issuing cards, food administration., dato nearly 900 persons delayed a'fraid able week, authorities 'were lenient. 100 jlsujdjmonday 40 turfitayv-with-4trabsiuw-''still'-conting grocers viow order' -avith complacency. card system takes responsibility" oil heir shoulders. every customer nave ho desires buy limited pound purchases officials claim "tlierd average five persuns family, th'o show. using same basis here, show pop-ulatino 3,50.0 amherst. formula, claims 15,000 population. draft jackson. reported elyria 52 called for. jackson, columbia. m. hour departure, & o. grafotn, cincinnati thence eight those slated go, still undecided. among young mon crowd present when train pulls fii'3t contingent quota having sent taylor, ky. unfortunate they, to-bo sherman, where near homes while un-jorgoing training. mickie says- vjeu-tvp v tns mn't oh.mtcwe' cle ( wn ftxnuvx news- ) keajv paper, qrouc.h" ain't ty tv -- fault, i'uu tell vjor.lo '. fess' water works go. want old rate inadequate face rapidly rising costs. co., rep resented jacbo secrcntry, nnd smytho, attorney, petitioned villago council tuesday evening relief form permission charge ?1- month minimum consumers 75 rent force. mr. smytho presented cnbe company, baus gave asked members. franchise, 30 force years. pro vided $1 ratp until number conaum'ors reached 400, automatically reduced cent minimum. january specified reached, accordance- agreement reduced. revenues decrease. under rate, rovonucs xthe company seriously curtailed. approximately 475 consumers, pay rate. reamlnder, discount privilege likewise considerable amount. figuring cost water, taxes, dividends fi per- cent, !t lias .been found barely breaking even, surplus whatever overhead ex-ponsos, repairs replacements. past winter pipes by- frost, necessitating expenditure $700 repairs. capitalized ut $70,-000, practically held persons. never paid dhidcuds expects formed boost "starter" improvements have. ompany begins create surplus, benefit reduction rates, although the, consensus opinion conditions allow lower favor. generally favor granting sought, proviso sort whereby woudl pro-tec-ted. jn .cjse.ondltiqus bqcome normal. believtfd citizen object shown necessary prevent shut-ling water. felt forced build its pumping plant, ablo condition its' books order interest capital. decision reached. find itute utilities commission clause .educing -luu consumerb wt-ro suspended n porlodiof case procedure legal, probablo reading samo old, provision re-unction rato 600 secured, passed meet future business transacted. othei important matters discussion evening. automatic cold storage ..ompanles agreeing council's resolution vacating :iurt,of franklin street providing i'or south shall placed m deeded villago. $15" lo mayor's secretary, account added services sho i3 perform regards fuel admin-strator, administrator, licensing agent positions uppointod to, proved heavy drain pocketbook. manhole ordered built cleveland avenue between prospect church streets. tlio sower obstructed efforts lear availed nothing. luinhole belloved obstructions easily removed. reports tho, light superniton-lent commissioner woro read approved. repaired condition. park benchos painted, committee reported. bills wero road paid. soldiers stop here. trainload california montana way eastern stopped jefferson west side. seemed pleased minutes, neighboring onlookers "como down talk while." did. schoitier, schenjer, resided 9 years old. sup plied eat received hearty cheer started. dad "forgives" fighting "dutch" visits library dally seek son's casualty changed views. frederick hagenbaum, sees item, "dad" isn't angry lie lapel wrinkled black broadcloth coat thero pinned llttlo red, white blue shield. otto hagenbaum walked room nearby ago, iii morning since. wears suit, yel lowish straw hat, carries, rain shine, nn umbrella rolled up, dnnglcs limply stick. mustache ragged grayish glasses silver-bowed heavy. tip red bandana gleams beneath coat-tnll shoes shlned. today lumbered 'as usual, took thrco pages seeking -something. peered closely once column print polished vigor. yellow pipe, filled it, match, remembered hastily back. "i forgot dot sometimes ver-boten," saiil aged apologetic ally. "too bad," sympathized neighbor. "dls poor, eh? maybe tills hurt-ed dead across der sea. vos looking hagenbaum. boy." there. neighbor glanced paper scanned list. did appear. sighed relief, fumbled wflth pipe settled back chair. visitor, noting weariness ago air oathctlc hopelessness hung figure, questions. responded readily enough bit emotionalism: hagen bauin joined marines gnodby thfr father came youth saxony. vas leetle fight," explained. 3qu mine nephews. wrong. wearing dis (lag. bonds, cross. freddie gone am' doesn't know. thinks german heart, didn't shake hands. went; just went." mumbling muttering, moved streets sun flaming flags. fought won fight. true nis life country. wants married. todor oprisa, roumanian le rain, wife. si bad inserted ad. till- lowspaper. eligible girls wil yloaso classified de partment, over. todoi roumanian, english !io cromwell earns ood money, lot youngstown ono says 'drunken mans, never." likes chil lien, country, uiild rather country girl. .irove advertising ,ays, hope gooc' nv write anyway, oven marry him. beer goes cjp again. effective is, barrels bottles money. brewers raised thoil prices dollars barrel increase ultimate consumer. art $14 barrel, $7 half-barrel, $3.50 quarter barrel. lots, 36 hot ties $3, $2, $1.10, co cents. saloon monoy ii investment sov- oral thousand goods hand quit tomorrow retire acres counrty hoe potatoes. w, sight. scholleld savings committee, am-hersfs amount pledged mark nought, a'111 bring 'n headquarters. mado pledges. requested theso arils once. within short subscribed published, pa triotic spirit "russian railroad strike." headline. vlr tually crippled entire taking- engine apart hiding pieces, lincoln chautauqua 31 aug, annual event draw splendid programs arranged. appearance take 31' august 6". attendance make undoubtedly others splendid' arranged chautauqua. impossible minute description celebrity program, sketch day's events idea quality: day. afternoon-'- entertainment mirth-metropolitan male trio. address, "vitalized community" mckeen". pageant, "columbia's awakening" community. metropolitan "keep mckeen. second afternoon grand drama avon lecture, "two vears devil's i'jayground" nightingale. goltch-beers company. popular "tho meaning flower" schmucker. geltch-beers joy living" fourth: bland's orchestra, bland, director. "why germany went world" dean holmes. orchestral jrchestra. .entertainment fern' lolt musical 'ern holt mystery mirth "great'' brush. sixth music--vanvliet-math- iesen artists' vanvllet- mathiesen comapny. needs hour" judge alden. tickets reasonable. fill sale ays. sell $2 adults rtth cents tax additional. jhildren's halt that, iingle admissions various perform-nces run 55 association heer doing pa- rlotic bringing affair acre year. government et seal approval chautau- 4uas, deeming link campaign burning. community deserves supporf citizen. report ending weekly sales amounted $8,710. returns canvass completed trict $132,000 supply stations. banking "co. bank postofllce religious organizations. st. peter's evangelical paul's lutheran places. g. aschenbach kuss win, guild plato dute coal co. wesbecher hardware purcell bros. jacob dock f. schmauch meat market c.'g. ehrman telephone exchange ebbs keller &. wm. l. p. lersch schaeffer mischka restaurant cissne h. ruth 8. 13. unredeemed pledge stamps "scrap paper" unless -it materializes cash.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-07-18|
|Date of Original||1918-07-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-07-18 1 37|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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