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liberty first, last , freedom for all forever and always vol. i. no. 42. subscription, $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, august 22, 1913. official newspaper of the village ohio. !!!v!l"j"waitfrj '"ifeiyj!"" luwhmmiaumi lilix iii lllll m i iii! ihihiii1iii miwimhuillml llllll iimtsts1 ib mm,,,, iiiiumimll '--w-s. huge crowd enjoys firemen's reunion "best time ever," verdict visitors o berlin wins big races. amherst entertained royally wednesday. 21st annual convention lorain county association has passed, but upheld its reputation being best entertainer any cities county. from early morning till late at night there was something doing every minute. crowds started to arrive early, by noon had reached substantial proportions. races in afternoon were witnessed hundreds band concert a great drawing card. while not as large some previous conventions, considering wartime conditions this year, event success greatest magnitude. tendance othen companies fully former years, departure so many young men could le noticed. town decorated. dressed up. merchants taken particular pains make their show windows attractive. american flag allied colors everywhere displayed. signs called attention headquarters various visiting delegations, "welcome, firemen" sign displayed front hall. program day. promptly 9 o'clock concert, serving draw people business section. 9:45 fire bell firemen bhslness meeting. conclusion dinner served congregational church gymnasium delegations. cleveland vets who arrived noon, ones be served. parade. parade, starting 2 o'clcok, one ever held here. jay gillette rode head mar-shall, followed three girls carrying colors, represent liberty. service next lino,, following "live oak," ancient pump local association, looking strange amid modern surroundings. '75 autos came next, with officials following. city line, furnished music "vets," old uniforms wearing red flannel shirts, two autos, elyria cheifs followed. elyria, huron, lorain, medina, oberlln vermilion close order, each making fine appearance. company wore brilliant coats high hats. brought up rear first line band, then steamer, new lie-public truck, latest improvement company. members, white,' made probably appearance sam delle-field acted marshal. hotly con-, tested. oberlin carried off most honors, winning both hose ladder her taking 100-yard dash. medina becond races, huron third race ladder. excellent records follow: .38 4-5 39 1-5 .42 .52 1-4 .57 1-2 hook .37 38 41 2-5 .43 (leg over) .46 100-yd. dash, only paul wainwrlght. oberlin. second, f. p. webber, lorain. time, 11 1-5. free a. plato, amherst. charles eppl'ey, time. 4-5. race, man failed get his leg over top rung, addition narrowly escaped in-jury when slipped lack of.enough base. he swung ground safety, however. run nozzle caught connection tool: long it lost out prize. shape due several weeks' practice. winners did considerable cheering, other losing showed sportsmanship cheering winning, competftors. patriotic speaker hieases. rev. joseph kenney. methodist pastor talked 15. mln-te stand during an inters saturday gave delightful evening square, congregating listen it, distances. under director krugman, improved wonderfully fow weeks, can now furnish good them. unpleasant feature, fault is that 'star-spangled banner" played, many, either ignorance ar wilfulness, do remove been much comment on failure proper respect national song, if happens again liable -to nature forc ible removal headpieces, mission hand concert. kenney just returned visit army camps. re jected chaplain account physical disability. splendid talk, attentive au dience. told care which boys are treated, said they safer camp than streets almost city. stirred i1i3 hearers united states ready un cle calls him. appealed slean return. k dance. evening, 8 m. '.he thronged people. difficulty way down park avenue main streets. real treat, highest type. after attended dance redington, hall donated eagles. here light fantastic enjoyed until hour. motion picture houses also share patronage, charlie chaplin "the fireman" particularly appropriate occasion. those charge. having charge features performed work efficiently the' received praise celerity events out. parade marshals dallefield gillette. judges dellc-fleld, j. smythe wm. g. schaef-fer. timekeepers e. little n. s. padley. al stiwald starter. sports committee follows: earl stiwald, harold brown, herman cahl, mike schaefl'er, frank tlmpkey, fred roemer, stiwald. well advertised. attractive posters depicting engine truck action, posted weeks previously. diamond shaped car cards distributed, going far away norwalk, hung southwestern cars part state stores about adja cent towns. programs. printed prnit shop, listributed conven tion. notes h. c. smith, street jeweler. -most windows. miniature reproduction live oak, own handiwork. working month, ever-changing viewed it. mniiature complete detail, showing hose, bars side, stretching forward. bells apparently rung. special bearing con tingent 9:45, come yellow green -line tracks. thirst-quenching parlors enormous business. day hot thirsty. no fights, however, few argu ments. silk shirts 'redington evidence the'ir wearers hot. plain common cotton stood heat better. watching didn't like "get back." did, 3ome corporal suasion. soft drink crowded night. restaurant. war savings stamp paddle wheel successful disposing dollars' worth httla stickers. kids erected shooting gallery west ehrmann's grocery, thriving watched roofs second story adjacent buildings. plan dancing redington proved decided success. crystal beach orchestra music. floor was- suffocation hut toward midnight more pelasant. left elyria. affair anyone else. tbeer 10 cleveland, won world's championship years ago, council short session regular ' talks better roads protection. deal action tuesday contrast meetings. 9:30 transacted members went home. discussion relative merits gravel slag covering sand roads. pn-posed purchase 50 loads lake improving east, stands use same will undertaken .vhich iir need repair. rearrangement. councilman baker body revision tho committees. hall, jail committees coudl bo grouped unuer head. ami rater committtee might changed police com-atittee, pointed out, committees, such welfare, should added. likely beginning ot year. advocates keeping cisterns. aschenbach advocated repair cisterns before secured present water sys tem. of-these still repair, -hen system become frozen or otherwise put commission, handy. side reported class condition, steps once have repaired. bridge disposal plant needs repairing, according commissioner, take look recommend necessary changes. clerk notified certify delinquent sewer taxes penalty attached. hav hanging effort collect them manner. bills read ordered paid. times-herald purchases rival friday announced purchased jubscription ilst loraiu daily news,-and would fill unfinished subsciiptions latter paper. news published 31 years. entire field itself. mr. rowley, publisher, i3 expected paper size recently installed equipment added staff correspondents. democratic party mouthpiece. death o. woods, owner, evidently responsible ihe determination sell amheist correspondent person ii. foster, fact circulation tin heie. foster has' asked continue corresponding jie times-herald. miss addie fields, .he rimes-herald, resigned,, ailing .and impossible ontinue. announcement registration living ohio (except jlack river district), attained age 21 since juno ,5, 1918 hereby directed register military aug. 24, 1918, prepare file exemption (or draft) board. questionnaires. place sul,1. prepared court house persons skilled reg istration preparation questionnaires date 7 111. 3 m., assist dependency claims must sup ported dependents unless lependents too young. supported parties know facts upon based. industrial employer foreman like. richey, chairman attorney harry absence judge washburn, done prior this, first-class school regarding affairs mrs. freeman commercial department. preparations opening schools tuesday, sept. 3, .following labor superintendent powers, summer course princeton university, here, nicely settled domestic science building wife family. given us idea activities pursued coming classes discontinued. inquiries discontinuance do-nesllc csience and' manual training felt quarters standing suffer. member board school's tsanding remains before, pupils graduating may enter colleges wiht accredited preliminary examination. raining 'ourses discontinue because room buildings, bd able accommodated iuthe annex; impossibility securing proficient teachers these courses, decision 0 allow fre.l powers .md family ocpupy building. freeman, perhaps known alumni " ii33 marble, department aim jffer students-electing lot merely training, provide four years' substantal education says expacted spirit create greater demands usual history courses. week friday, books supplies sale house. students wishing dispose used bring :o saturday, 30 31. items interest concerning ictivities appear, regularly times. play ball norwalk. baseball team journeyed norwalk sunday game l. game. blackie pinch hit somebody took healthy swings, thus giving 150 1 money's worth. trip back mude pilch's truck. apples pears aiung overly ripe. sheriff independent rumor mose lyman, vas strong contender nomination recent primaries, office november candidate. pressure bear him laboring men. runs, possible support bob rodgers go lyman. lyman statement yet defining position, expected. dr. backus, republican nomination, clear sailing at. election, porvided ly-man doe3 run. johnson ieiuocratic choice, give backus race. mr3. harris "are en joying vacation sandusky middle bass island. mickie j oid niv ever. tjotvce feller vnho eoes .aroun' sfvin' "don't believe kcmer-nsin' s alvyans nvavon other. stone crack. soch ain't cone stan -they're jest passim' vad fair startslabor horse feature-good prizes departments. . 73d agricultural society 2, 4 premium lists vore week. draws vicinity undoubtedly speed griffin, township, ability handling events. bpecd pro gram monday, 2. purse 2:34 trot $150.00 2:10 pace 300.00 running 'race, half mile heats, 100.00 3. 2:31 2:17 2:21 wednesday, 4. 2: $300.00 2:30 2:22 beside .the hurlbut amherstis poultry samuel bacon brownhelm fruit directors superintendents griffin. david decker. cattle starr. swine schwartz. sheep tite. hurlbut. grain seed w. chamberlain. vegetable t. winckles. bacon. canned mechanic mathews. arts xpea-body. floral peabody. unenumerated .w. ingersoll. get. list. intending exhibitors interested apply secretary, harris, list, entries different dates full particulars regard- .ng labor-day, giv ing op portunlty see fair. midway attractions, shows danc available, bands, games speeches. hunter receives commission hon't taylor, ivy. where five rigor ous position chaplain. ills furlough days passed examination flying makes proud "fighting parson." commissioned lieutenant chaptaln taylor gen. austin commanding general atteritf ed meeting, address bishop mcdowell washing ton, d. 191 commissioned, hwo course. com mission, 011 expiration hi? scheduled leave "east," very significant. methodfs, church, incidents life camp, preach hours durins stay reaching northern climate severe scarcely talk morning. largt lience hear hunter's expires kept busy shaking hands friends, closing affairs. friends wish groatest activity. george baus passes away. baus, 78 old, passe home daughter, fowl, mur ray ridge. ill health fsom suffered stroke paralysis. li survii:ig daughter. sons, albert, rollin, south ridge, aus reuben, infirmary. funeral services daughter's afternoon, interment murray ridge cemetery. interesting letter hazem schofield boy france tells across since. somewhere france, july 21. dear mother:. wednesday sso nice cool thought drop am sure you waiting anxiously letter. we traveled continually u. lime scarce write wanted to. our rather interesting. 24 hours' travel w destination water. lay anchor harbor eastern port, later hie nond ship pleasure. small accommodations best, although everyone seemed satisfied wero into sea excitement worthy nota tion occurred. mess, deck beautiful sunset, exciting incident occurred, n6thing serious. land safely (censored). sunshiny landed english port unloading. paraded citv whkh miles proper. restc' found selves again. another largi marched glad rest. aboard england cotintrv bit cultivated kep tip shape. woke french boat ver y gla'1 six miles, an'! marching traveling rations pack, pleasant thing world. stav finally located principal picturesque pleasant. billets farm houses. outsde battery scattered enjoying life. elmer mess range firing move front. hlngs leaving wondered why how has. me wouldn't swap place? my it's est experience gt through. haen't sick my-?elf. lots hard connected job think ob. kind whe hinks sitting arguing what win means ant, we're hero onyl one' jiink regret splen lid ex-ellent fighting finih chance try locate tom go; .n touch already met tome knew states, aone deed happy. caro ourselves .ve can, feel safe ve bit. love all, hazen. cattery a, 13gth artillery, expeditionary forces. promoted sergeant. casper stationed 'oint, ky., artillery unit, ecently sergeant, ac ording word mr .'lato 25, amherst'3 quota 2s ise rapid ire pleased record ti late. plato nornlng five-day furlough. hi .later francis, confined loca; lospital, recovered rapidly expected, result serious condition tank service. authority information capt. norman b. miller, son tnto instead 13 low assistant regimental gas officer, active france. sergeant ralph cole, uoy, divisional franco. trainings otto mischka gives western serg. maj. mischka, newspaperman, been, handed times publication. unable newspapers now, censor-' regulations, conforms rules publication front, wo print it: 30, 1918. art: writing circular letters mat er economizing energy, your hair clipped, getting 'he wrapped legglns newfangled cap sets head, preoccupies "on service." established permanent mlels trenches. eager fracas disliked .vaiting turn volunteered immediate number sergeants accompanied replacement draft groups .elate wonderful tales return boches retreating fast hat americans transnort kitchens trucks," riayden evans, formerly athleii'c lirector willys-overland plant. "we within saw" shell holes enough 16 dead buried. marne saw bomb dropped soldiers, act burying ger-' dead, without burial hasty retreat. "a german aviator reconstructed machine attacked a' base, damage escaped. jerman aviators combatted jur machines; ma chines irlver injured, spectacular anding attempted escaya captured. avia--ors, victors, neithe- iriver injured damaged." w3y." portion mischka's letter" says: "most confident -hat above realm expectations. bid revoir godspeed mission." 31, 191s. thehe miracle happened 3vening. peasant jeings mo- ion theater. division en- .ertainment bureau sent niov- ng specially reconstruct- :d runabout. reels a-l film .vere shown, aiovle seen .hose nl autohrity lifted 10-o'clock- m-tne-streets edict anu permitted ooys finish.. turned was. econd independence r'rance celebration ant. market day., -market heer subject itself ind gone - i'he open air runabout center nub-. ic square rays focused lde white building, 100 feet rhe public similar jize squares, lacks customary shade- trees monuments drinking fountain uncovered rest room. attendance auspicious peasant, women chil- jren, soldiers. never theater be- .'ore war. theaters n seldom eltipb jf less 40,000 50,000 popula- -ion. kiddles 'vhat was, dthe mother nany youngster looks, awe vhen sammie tries induce girl companion ittle catching match. inflnfoa ubber available youngsters adept learning throw ameri- fashion tossing ltv sprung an-ither panic intm- luced chewing gum, weetened vounirstrra hd lave months. tay longer they, havo country ruined, prediction leasant. blame helluvawar, bince t we've got .0 contented. william schaeffer hurl.- 'out bee keepers' thursday. thejv. l roof :onipany delegates, lumbering 150.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-08-22|
|Date of Original||1918-08-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-08-22 1 42|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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