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liberty first, last and always freedom for all forever vol. i, no. 44. subscription, 11.60 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, september 5, 1918. un official newspaper of the village amher8t. ohio. i rev. hunter given stirring farewell church filled with townspeople to bid new chap-lain godspeed. one cf largest withal fittest receptions ever held tn auiherst was monday night's gathering at methodist church, when several hundred parishioners gathered say hev. a. hunter, who left tuesday an eastern point, from which ha la expected embark chaplain service, overseas. that mr. holds a place in hearts his fellowmen well demonstrated by ttie attendance spoken words various speakers. though there tendency toward sadness thought losing him as pastor, a.- present feeling pride courageous young man is now enter on great adventure, hop he will return safely. splendid program. appropriate program had been trranged occasion, mrs. k. jenne charge. late arriving, having called suoth amherst receive best wishes congregation friends there, finding it hard ' break away." "america," audience, first number rev, kyle booth offered prayer, miss edna beller favored violin solo, accompanied her slater, olive. representative ad- tuin'startlon, mayor e. foster ex-pressed his' appreciation m.r hunt-r, saying be "enlisted" wiy movement good community. presented ;hov. substantial purse, contributed hundreds people, south amberst joining thus express ing small way their regard. responds feelingly. accepting said, "part: "i find farewell, but consider my duty do what can to, help boys , (fighting lnfrnnce., ..my home am-bem. thoughts amberst, and. -when. 1 am ministering needs boys, shall try think of, them your sons. "1 thank god barriers have thrown down, we are free fight principles hold dear. america s flghtng world. feel go rep-resantatve .my people heer, lord. seen few nonthb awakening peo ple. yet a' greater awakening, spiritual rebirth. "a thought, wish leave 1b this: sometimes stay here if go. work done -well france, some must remain it. should duty. whatever post tlon they may in. -i hope sactrflces made not vain. reward peace forever. during years war, has lowering ideals warring coun tries. goes into fresh she uphold end, inspiration allies. "there task before us, true, win. song "we won't come back till it's over expresses feelings tonight." fellow workers speak. next sang rift clouds." jacob baus, representa-live red cross, rev secretary, told also need giving such or ganizations uross. n spoke pleasure hunter. complimented f. i. hub bard, cross treasurer, being only treasurer county nave report ready recent meeting. k m. neumelster, representa tlve clergy, paid tribute minister. wuhed departing chaff lain godspeed mission. alma davis gave selection 'cello, edward peltch accompanying piano. f, raser, representing luject'ed little humor evening often wondered hadn't caught someone government got him, said sunday camp grounds near lorain double previous suuday because might preach. kaser fine wrist watch, behalf .of men ,of k.- mln- turns tables amherst; 8core 14 8 local team, imported players, putt up better game than usual. "rubber" baseball game, each team previously won other, defeated its rivals, afternoon brandt's park, score 8. interesting, while big lead most time, close enough seventh make things decidedly uncertain time. lineup were four beat, players silver bells burns, catcher; knitter, base, standi) shortstop, aflu adams, third ones. adams connected three- bagger, other hits, altogether added proved worth. did well, becker making hits five times up, practically every player doing something worth while. started off two runs, locals came right tvlth six. second inning scoreless, after herst scored least run. subsided until seventh, runs put within hall distance. batted around inning, hitting hetser will. loose playing visitors' part, local' able run wild bases, steal whenever felt like crowd fair, considerably those turned out earlier games. "nick" bruce, field, fell tempting catch difficult fly, cut leg piece broken glass. bated, two-bagger result, later. lynch muffed flies, became ho disgusted quit, carstensen lineup. baker didn't strike once. score: amherst.2 0100050 08 6 0 11113 x batteries amherst: wragg. bruce burns. umpire: mitchell. horse buggy c0me3 own again autoless sundays continue force any length look, revival livery busi ness impetus raising. scarcely auto streets, save occasional physlcian'b car bur ying bedside patient, rheustreets deserted, no tear -being down. hy middle afternoon, how ever, more horses bug gies sight time years. kids bicycle: force. lellow wno monda "got in" 4 m.. aske reason, long drive vith horse. car, see jlrl 9 miles hill reasonable hour. football soon start, nucleus six year' earn start with, preparations . 'ing strong town foot ball field this year. ear's tigers, envi- uile record, prsspects repetl tion success bright. ractice sessions evening, games schedule short tme. ister comfort kit, ladies church. farewells given. these gifts promised times, never forget behind. y. c. among soldier boyb. quartet composed neu- ineipter, clyde rosle, william garthe peter rendered closing number, lolnlng "the star-spangled ban tier." uev. kept busy many minutes conclusion pro gram shaking hands wishers. hirht refreshments parlors. man. pastor about year, parents live lorain. v,u nannrate scores quiet, unassuming ner very earnestness sincerity. minister forceful eloquent speaker much demand patriotic rallies, june weeks course training position taylor. ky., successful passing tests, reeclved commission lieutenant, leaving tuebday ex pressed belief would sent ihractlv across service. proud "18 45" register week betweeh ages ; 45 thursday under terms act just passed congress signed president. -failed answer 20 questions, mainly pertaining tatus citizens, age, occupa tion, dependents, etc. minute speakers, ministers others inform details registration, posters dis played- country. enormous "register 12,- 000,000 embraced age limits, draft boards pre pared. proposed call serv ice large proportion older men, power engaged essential work. younger undoubtedly registration line government's announced tention putting 4,000,000 france locally available, registrants required keep thenuelves informed. register, unless al registrant boxing match sept. elyria; benefit w. s. arrangements completed elyrla, general direction director r. garford, assisted promoter hinkle, cleveland, tournament sat urday 14, fair grounds. proceeds, above actual penses, war savings stamp fund. plan johnny kubane, phil blomm, possibly jess wll-lard jack dempsy, stars water, addition doz en lesser lights, exhibition boxing. mme. bartlett, noted singer, give numbers, marine band, 160 pieces strong, -of concert afternoon. hinkle says bring cleve land, through dele gations assembled witness event. novel effect order increase purchase stamps. ringside seats cost, say, $10. purchaser t, ven envelope containing ticket $8 stamps, seat actually cost j2. the' same ratio 80 cent, ticket. total stamps sold enormous. boxers directors donat services. expense. cause good. send quota fans tournament. funeral g. schmidtkons. services schmidtkons east 1:30 noon 2:30 evangell cal (stone) neumels ter, l. feltch conducted services, be- relatives friends. interment crown cemetery. pall bearesr dan 'laker, samuel miller, bech- 'el. henrv kolbe. adam kolbe spelgelberg. members hickory tree grange attended body. teran d jauch duet tho male sugar situation serious. facing shortage severe experienced. grocer supply longer end week, prospect getting moer, except canning pur poses. grocers less amounts, gone we'll use substitutes while, authorities suc cessful securing additional sup ply. bought "on honor" pounds son month, abused system wherever could honest ones suffer. licensed wed. license issued elyrla harry lees, lorain, flossie andrews brownhelm. known weddings take involve people. scarcity real news folks. tried our interesting succeeded degree. advertisers .lagging, too, detriment, t.he considers itself lucky t93ue ag is. band leadsjig parade labor day celebrated ely- ria attracts here. represented mon celebration elyrla. leading industrial city hired occasion honor. us ore compliments marchers spectators. parade, tbo fair. yearls fully standard. condition, exhibits plentiful. horse, cattle, sheep swine sheds fairly filled. poultry department ev ery imaginable variety foul. fruit, vegetables, fancy plenty, women especially viewing them. varieties tractors exhibition, farmers model best, points. automobiles, trucks, farming machinery kinds interested crowds. troup inldans ground, fortune tellers plied trade. parade. elyrla's streets lined ple 10 o'clock. carpenters, 300 appearance. floats hand, liberty. reading ''save grain" drawing applause. directly grounds, marching track, reviewed front grand stand. speeches ended morning's lorain's spectators nearly os line. lights faihwhen needed. whenubig naa gamerea ior me reception went out. investigation showed condi town, af- ler sumo seaic.i, iwu ke.uac.u .u...m iounu ana iurnisneu uim reiimv become thorough- ly reconciled electric lights. oc currence, bad usp-posed trouble house cause. flashlights brought play stores open, spent $2 flashlight min ute again. prepared says. changes postoffice lillian resigned assistant postmaster stiwald, taking wednesday. faithfu land elll - cient postmistress. i-lizabetn succeeds assistant, anna sahl enters postal ser vice vacated becker. oscar dunn. meeting count commissioners tuesday, beal elected president succeed fl. dunn, leaves washington ordnance department. dun resigned, so shortly. military body circular recently conveys hint m4 bo drafted civil life th ep urpose rank noncommlssioner officers. notified prob- j ability drafting limited service army assigning clerical positions throughout country care increased business devolve upon tne man-power law. 15 operation. considerable rain caused cry "enough." however, ground baked hot weather, stand wetness getting. john koepp, mall carrier route 2, shipyards. handled earl llpphardt. gertrude harold wernert returned v?eeks' vacation bellalro, mich. schools open normal public school opened doors goodly pupils morning, children hand early, already gotten daily routine progress. wages summer studies. lost activities, clubs athletic teams, process organization, b. o. blssell, employed music teacher schools, unable accept position. expeptlng vacancy list teachers. hunting season opens; booklet laws wesbecher hardware company different shot. charge everyone asks arranged de sired information readily available. game; nov. full swing. opening dates, booklet, follows: duck goose dec. 31. shootnig mopday, sunrise sunset. rail, coot mud hen 30. squirrel oct. 20. woodcock rabblt-nov. jan. 1. fox 2 9. raccoon feb. muskrat skunk pheasant 4. spring water fowl shooting prohibited federal statute. green agent. ', v. mcghee, 'or labt h thfe cltv route, j. agent cleveland & western took .. wpilnmilnv. poor health considered himself durand, so. dies. e pioneers died 7 o'clock family home. thurs both lne qllota ot 50 wed- ne3(iay morning sherman uoys boarded 7:14 york central train station, de- parture witnessed sept 13. wednesday's wen frederick cahl james emery christ fahrney thos. cotro julius longbrake nagy wilbur sablers wllker frank steele growing beau tiful asters fee: blossoms, coolrs. flower olvers george nesbitt badly injuroi jumped th' rear motorcycle, fearing collision auto. bruised tin- face head alex mcneil painfully injured, when, riding motorcycle ran colse hedge thorns tore flesh fence avoid neck, necessitating seven stitches dressing wound. h. nicholl re motor tour. mildred visited elyria tuesday. schroeder anddaughter florence motored visit relatives. fritz jolted southern soldiers' rebel yell frightfulness practiced foe divisions honor "best." lowell mellett, unltsd press. eye pronounced verdict division; "they're division sir!" calmly raue voice bang table fist credit keenest competition kind seen. between divisions. jlnce compote. striving prove organization spirit leads oth- its. "i'll tell you why," general. 'these tar-heels tennessee mountain lads mine americans. don't suppose lozen saw foreigner wo look i'm right." did. companies general's louse moment trudged ilong easily pack loldiers heavy. heerful, unwearied. "brewery" orders. 'wheah heah?" asked another. replied captain volunteers storm brewery town. imlle heard en- oyed without smiling. brit- sh tommies working road mdown, doubt, &3 moie )f serious looked gen 3ral were. isited camps half lour later whom ere introduced bore name ger- nan ludendorff. seem o refute theory, man, captain, talked drawl comes born it, cotton. hill-slope target pra tlce machine guns un.lei way. then canu burst excited cheering. sound ed reasons army, explained; keen themselves instead keeping bottled ouraged course, wasn't necessity teaching shoot, since section where knew rifle. couldn't hit buzzard 'op mile ommunlty disgrace. yearling outfit. yells derision delight con tinued slope. forecasted experience german troops meet bit yell. mighty good, boys. however i'll why 'he others," colonel. "we've years; we're outfit, rest. we've worked gether together. ilrtight. fighting division." wastoday. yester commanding certain illinolsans. exact argu ment support tentlon can't repeated ilnir counter censorship. jee men. however. realize erounds confidence. '.'here sureness thelt bearing rests shoulders belongs. illinois officer advanced lief element thel numbers source strength. geramn ger grandparents, extra proof uiierleanlsm. anil cantlgnxjjs answer. "did setta quite home?" pennsylvania major. tust this. loesn't reflect particular .is. natural advantages, matter cold fact, france." know there's lot ohloans west vir ginians mixed pretty closely crowd. england officers, onc used argumnet somewhat akin simply smile remark, "cantigny.' commander stopped rush cha teau thierry, pressed, recall french pointing rfench specifically named goes. effort becoming leas geo. parker council member fills menz taxi drivers want protection business. numbvr members, due resignation menz. parker, park avenue, election highest votes elected, recommended appointment mayor, recommendation unanimously concurred he; oath office participated council's deliberations. committees appointed, ordinance, finance, sewer drainage. buy gravel. fred brucker furnishing gravel, $2.40 loid, delivered, accepted, minimum loads authorized. gravel placed side milan starting lake street east. "stands gaff" purchased grlevanoe. martin colburn operate appeared derore ask tor against unfair competition. comply suffered practice owners pn business, seke bar legitimate competition, nor adjacent municipalities, done. instructed formulate definite demand, get ordinance l?al form, cojncll feels ordinances willing pass neighbors south. wants repaired. williams minerva schupe avenues reported &s impassible ip wet weather. street' committee- determine improvements necessary. delinquent paving taxes board education union district remitted, petition auditor. assessments 1915 1918 paid. certified collection, unenforceable, reportb marshal, mayor. clerk, commissioner read accepted. bills v.-ere ordered adjournment taken 9:30 p. enlists dentist cross; dr. wm. sohaefter, dentist, dental society, enlisted trip purpose successfully rigid examinations necessary admission branch. schaeffer early departure overseas expects month. going dentists, i'urcell rogers. 8t. anne's society. st. ann's society catholic w finnegan, avenue. anthony fuhrman assist tertaining. improve road8. paring undertake extensive im provements roads traffic. oberltn improved, north ridge penfleld junction repairs. latter bumpiest" united states. edith deuschle duties furniture co., weeks' illness. women's foreign missionary 'ofth entertained mlschka. newton holzaeuer, coi.rad zilch llnwood park. british stuff americans ot; demonstrated, officers feel. others, that, are, one. 'a. utile better.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-09-05|
|Date of Original||1918-09-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-09-05 1 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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