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, liberty first, last freedom for all forever and always vol. i, no. 47. subscription, $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, september 26, 1918. official newspaper of the village ohio. old-timers walk away with game youngsters beaten, 7 to 0, by old boy's amherst beat8 farewells at football. "old timers," -with shally younp in pitchers box flvo innings, npmped over city team sunday brandt's. park, final .score after seven innings play being 7' 0. gamo was staged na a benefit sammies' ball bat fund, $60 realized, it clear. when one considers that lotfaln spent summer organizing cleared' but $185 thefund, while raised wlthpractlcaliy no expense few days, those charge tho affair hero aro entitled heap crodu. ' mi b. schaeffes sold $33 wojth tickets saturday night. dr. w, o. schaeffer nnd'l. p. .lersch had gonoral ofthe ticket sale. $17- wab taken gate sunday. times takes little credit, only paper here gavo any publicity. many time stars were lineup, including young, baker, gahl, mitcholl, schaoffer, stlwald schmauch.- on sidelines bunch older fans, who an afternoon complete amusement "kidding" young'erheam rooting timers. umpiring done mayor foster h. l. pl'ato,. said young's curves, wero fully as. good' as they ever were, though he riot quite so much smoke few. years ago. .at youngstors breaking their backs trying ht ball.' hit escured off young going becker, first man up. boy mitchell, pitched two innings', also unhlt-table. william pulled couple hair-raising stops. schwttzko catcher, ho did good work. made best day, two-bagger. nolan, soldier visiting sudday carl schmauch, second, cahl short played "just like used to," say fans. got healthy hits. mitchell third most game. al loft bad little, do, caught dlfllcult fly. center schmauch right, never fly, had" do try to--bat. youngsters' simply could not hit. tried hard enough. helser pitcher. well enough,, bit wild. couldn't fool timers much, his support awful, especially base lett field, "which ,boys 'just finished football footballers. claim regular playorshll been there, story yould hae'been different. bruce, pitcher, was. absent, several qther dopendables. runs. four runs scored second inning. nolan through error, advanced him base,-and bcored cahl. hit, safe, bases vero filled walked. brought homo mi3sed. w. baker stopped arm, there more scorring into force play. mora added third. walked, again left mitcholl scored, schaeffer's scored. . another sixth. schwltzko bases, i remember toscanluuy bond high-school beaten match strong lorain high score is 44 season afternoon, school boys from tho' start question size score, than points wore due plucky work members local team. visitors touchdown within five minute's play, kept making great regularity. quarter lads held scoreless, second-string men .lineup then. touchdowns more' becond. thrid three moro period. mado up year's players, big majority green men. fast snappy game.but heavy nichols given credit playing gaine 'the locals, belden anil becker 'aking share honors. schlb-ley, amherst's right half,- suffered, what thought bq broken anlllo tackled thrown heavily quarter. received-immediate attention will soon bo able .several near-fights between opposing teams jwero stopped, before progressed vijy far. lineup follows: booker, r. e.;. sandrock, it. t.;' lynch, q.; edwards, c; frederick, a.; c. t belden, e.; schlbley, h.; nichols, f. b.; wiso-man, h.j pippert, q. substitutions were: .sand-rock" schlbley; hearn lynch; baumhardt hearn, lynch becekr. - vermilion groi'.nds. wm, baker's seemed fellows must have dozen runs, loaded time. some fielding plays., double both sides camo close. men'batted each inning them. beoker get picked off"on next fly caught' failed 'io back first. accurate possible give it, r h e c ...i..o 1 0 qotro, ss a. grinock, 8b 2 bannon, if grugel, cf j1... carstensen, lb helser, p s. rf '. towne, 2b total 13 b p-3b q schwltzko, ,j1 1, 3b-p cahl, -0 g rf-1 baso schwltzko. struck out s, 4, 2. balls 3, umpires plato. collect clothing needybelgians chapter red cross wants your cast-off garments relief president jacob baus coras branch, has completed plans f6r gathering locally quota colthlng be belgium. store room redington block secured. open fri day evening monday ahd evening. appeal issued every family bring this article discarded wearing apparel absolutely needed. hoped secure enormous amount material during threo days. campaign part n national drlve-or belgians, dates sept. 23 30., bulletin rod headquarters says ihcro need ian secured, hopes exceed iho secured cam paign "worn clothing. says: depend america. "back german avail hemmed belgium northern france, ten million human ings look us food. jwe are clothed can hardly appreciate dire people lack necessities. stocks, .and raw ,aro long since exhausted. thore imports xother commission hab pormltted make, these beep sufficient. world now material, longer purchase you household the' land spare clothing, worn or outgrown, use here, desperately needed tlto destitute there. following list articles: men's wear: shirts (preferably light colored flannels), undershirts, underdrawers, trousers, coats, suits (overalls), (3 piece), shbes, overcoats, jerseys, weater-vests, socks (sizes 10 11). women's skirts, drawers, corset-slips, petti blouses, shirts, ov.ercoats, (2 pinafores, shoes, cloth hats, knitted caps, stockings 8). boys' shirtb, union suits, undershirts. 9). girls' dresses, night 6), undergarments, petticoats, shoes. hooded woolen suits. infants' swan-skin swaddling clothes, hood ed cloaks, bodices, baby drosses, cradle choinlses sweaters, bonnets, bibs, nlckerchiefs, diapers, jackets, shawls, socks. miscellaneous: bed ticks, sheets, pillow cases, blankets, mufflers. 'goods especially' welcome. goods, kind whatsoever acceptable; soft hats caps ages, sweaters size. anfl pajamas, shrunken to' serviceable, particularly welcome, utilized 'for children's gar-' ments. articles desirable. send flimsy gaudy coloring, heeled slippers, etc. stiff either 3trav, drosa derby. anything containing rubber, raincoats, rubber boots, books, toys, soap, toilet articles. notes communications sort description positively sent. urgently garment, ages sexes, addition, piece goods light, warm canton flannel other kinds' which mako new born babies; ticking; sheeting; blankets; kind; shoos overy abked for. scrap leather repairing footwear. clothes subjected hardest wear, only" 'strong durable materials bhould -it useless offer afflicted population ga,udy coloring. gifts practical. perfect condition. hundred thousand women occupied regions eager earn small livelihood gift adapted needs thoy familiar. donate your. cast, buyer8' roll honor. print names purchasers amherst.-' evory person buys tho-bonds she lsv doing real "bit" toward defeating kaiser, aames should placq am-lerst honor, and' proposes put them we are, confident community represented oy least oho name aonor, very nany home's .nebmer iaiily included list. .ajffould see honor contain woman, sirl amherst. ', printed times, way buy bond. propose bonds buy, b'eoause would unfair "a 3tnall amount, derson run afford nni does $50 just muclj iocs larger amount. real, 100 oent morlcan found buyers. beginning issue sale opens tlme3 a-ill begin printing pur chasers, giving edition till reported sales director japer issued. each, vlll additional pur-;hasers, continued alo closes printed. find namo 'paper its purchase, sure report office once, far snglo purchaser omtted. addresses soldiers. e. adams, ohio quarries company, endeavoring present address sailor service home abroad. quarry company 'keep touch sending news letter weeks, securing igree write regularly. meeting success efforts, gladdened, homo, constantly changing, keep track parents un-ablo theln regularly performing behalf. cor respondent busy keeping soldiers, about whom gone quar- rlest know correct soldier, phono mr. greatly change car "in order 'accommodato nun-ireds girls wokrlng elyrla fac tories, previously half hour ahead timo, fow minutes late, lino schedule slightly ahanged. formerly leaving 8:05 leaves 7:40, mak ing connections junction half-hour cars lo rain. 7140 9:05. only- affected. intending passengers 9:10 "got left" ..the went effect monday. shoe opening set thursday bodmann boot shop -makes "opening bow public today, 26. j. avery, attractively prepared house up-to-dato 3hoe store, owned fred bodman managed mrs. kelch. weeks preparations making. sinco closing kassouff shoo such establishment hero, baus'. want rural carriers. civil servlco examination, purpose mall carriers pos'tofflces vas wellington. eligible citizens united states passing examination placed once postoillco matter and. particulars regarding th'e examlnatlop may postmaster ,e. stljvald. rooras ir reding-ton "block friday sat urday affernoo nand 'night add hot soldiers receiving merited promotions wish 'i key "or picnic. interesting received week friend sergeant major otto mlsohka, known boy. slgne.l 'acting regimental major," dhows 30mo over, doesn't mention "several quarrymen eached front letters er- ceiveii 'them, having plenty excitement. harry wolf re- elvod fine johnnie 3ates, tom-ny bluobelly' sates gave happenings actual experiences, volf mailed nothor, lives opposite n. y. station. soma together composed poem, 'to our valiant hmo guard." am enclosing copy irid hope published. "sergeant ralph colo re turned where took special course. corporal miller splondld assistant gas instructor. leo hen-gen 1st class private transferred reclamation department i. m. corps. feeling' regards folks. alvin brown 'scorching' motorcycle, ernest rein- hardt chargo platoon. progress relnhardt exceptionally gratifying. announcement usual quarrymen's picnic firemen's convention sincere regret boys. 'of haven't missed until thls'year, occasioned cir cumstances fault heart. foregono conclusion. ''we weatiier here. famous french grapes ning ripe, ia mrplus wine previous output. "with fond regards, "otto." elyria true elyrla's newspapers pecu liar knack digging far-fetched stories wo heard of. onco appears, md make read ing, often veracity. latest, believe not: soveral prominent men, herst lorain, facing somc- 'hing worse black hand threat. friends quiet millo amojig themselves, according information. fact, accused murdering father mother writer rn- elved seen state consists pages typewrit ranibles lot fan-lied wrongs. "tho mentioned authors wrong jugde bench, staid ex-judge lan attorney, ex-congresaman, merly judge, elyrla, eading ofllcial herst. unable learn. "at rate, omraanded appear statler hotel cleveland, supplied cash, escape prosecution murder. falling bo, case utrncd federal court can't crust courts county. "it needless writ er unbalanced mind evidently growing worse, sho nevor written ab surd document. invovled lightly, havo de- -laed ignoro entirely, uthnugh frionds declare ought examined insanity warrant." relics battle front, practically display equipment fighting france displayed furniture co. window. mask, helmet. grenadeb, belts, cartridges, shrapnel, etc.," timely attraction. sent franco jesse monro, enlisted nearly ago, parents, .mr. henry monroe. drive gtart ringing bells o'clock 15 minutes. likely follow suit, tigers beat farewells, husky town binning locals. tim amhrnl t'ors. mir.a-red schaelier coackj l.y kr. hr, camp ai brandt's park large enthusiastic crowd. same ''farewells" samo east side, unbeatable. rebuilt year, itb available year. enough develop adequately represent city. banning, star team, 'blackle" quarter, game, lubstantial gains. outweighed locals pounds man, standstill. substitutions, helped considerable oxtent. plactically even. carrying ball, near goal, banning intercepted forward pass ran full length field touchdown. goal kicked baker. oven neither side coming close scoring. ended possession 30 yards posts. papers claimed ref-ereoing handed onlooker officials fairer, kicks decisions. score: effort la strollers succeeding sundays strongest section seen. action. they're championship. moulton brown-helm dies hospital hortenco brown- helm wife milo passed mon ago 61. removed hospital, operation decided necessary. her death e3ult inward growth. resident county life, respect love host friends. surviving husband daughter, austin cooper. father, gibson, sister, jennie phelps, vermilion, survive. funeral brownhelm. rev. harding mar- blehcad, pastor ah congregational church, jonduct services. interment brownhelm cemetery. warns fire hazard. witji approach cold weather, marshal fleming calling safeguard houses caring stoves chimneys getting fires screened protection (to chll-iron -who might drawn flames. cleaned rusty pipes replaced. prohibited authorities. number suggestions given, followed, means saving thousands dollars damage winter. poultry association important matters importance ore tr ol scientific asso elation, shop. whether hold show winter discussed. attendance desired. attorneys j, smytho helping recent 18-45 registrants fill questionnaires. nice days early par.t week, sa lengthy period rain cold. cnange appreciated. tojbuy casualty lists advertising sale, director. miller, chairman district, fourth loan, fingers patriotic pulso surrounding country,, believes city- outdo ltsolf "keep 'em run." estimated bankers percentage voluntary subscriptions loan previously. banks crowded business thereafter loans, tensive- mark reached, fear amhr3lf 'go top" ns fore. inspiration. 'there difficult raising quota," miller. "after wanks" preparation easier. mem bers committee surprise organization. advertised eevry page advertisements message home. casualtv nrn greatest ads compiled." victories yanks oil tlls fronch ll.nlt'n frnnt nlan coining irlve. peoples' blood risen common fatured. floating yot complete. mass wlth- campaign. advortlsedments 'papers, paid y contributions l.atrlotlo citizens, life. prepared. ailing take oubscriptions woman child in' immunity, everyone expected extent ability pay. government terms oro ide payments, cent down; 20 nov. .; dec. 19; jan. 16, aud30 30. pay ment application per- itted. $c 000 000.000. thn largest sum tbfs manner, .every nation. -to committeemen, published week. aer: blum. herst, direct tictivlties women, elmer hageinen, ir. river district. recognition reecived times' editor tuc3day, self-explanatory: dltor dear sir: r-ad ap preciation editorial 19, .vhlch interest wll doubt appro- mtlon fluence. fact general 3row- ler stop tothe utiliza tion deferred war savings 3tafhps, leclared draft boa-, co-oper- iting ..senclea securities bhall careful nothing obllga- ory nature imposed upon de-erred ale stamps directly conform- ty crowder's ight later statement military age shall economic gov ernment program. intelligent grasp situation pleasing, tfie leferred organized lell stampa 65 counties various pitrts na-ion, result iplrltedly welcomed oppor unity somo :ountry irothers, relatives, neigh-ors hwo offering across seas. truly yours, committee, john keeley, soc'y. butter eggs increased irjce ighl latest quotations 70 censt 5$ cents dozon (or ggs. olther- mar-tet.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-09-26|
|Date of Original||1918-09-26|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-09-26 1 47|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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