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u o times. lllikty !mti.la8t and always you llj no. 2. subscription, $1.60 per year amherst, ohio, thur8day, november 14, 1918. official newspaper of the village amhkr8t, iohio. amherst celebrates end war a- i nc if? 1 k a' t (: i" ?u proud her part in rig city. goes over top all liberty loans other campaigns; sends scores to camps; casualty list 10; red crdss does wonders. can well be. .of port she played great war. 'activities covered whole range, arid rome made records which "made county look, up her. notwithstanding community has been known as a pro-german one, jumped at start ot many places larger alio look their laurels. complete uf men in' service ,has course preparation but is not yet completed. it is. estimated, however, that the, township have furnished nearly 200 men, every held endeavor. amherst's sons, daughters, too, responded nobly. until stop was put t.o voluntary enlistment, dozens youths had joined army navy. several girls young women are doing .red cross work camps. boys found aviation, cavalry, artillery, tank radio corps, conceivable department. casualties heavy. . proportion size, h.as suffered more casualties- during than any town county. township's 'list, approximately correct, follows: killed action: elmer anderson william wilker henry holle , bteve yokonovltz (antonio depaul, son frank de-, 'paul, action, he enlisted from new york) di'eu sea: homer a. duto died disease abroad; johnson camp: wesbeche'r melvin matson joe zona accidental death julius blum ' hugh schubert wounded action glepn curtis, holllngsworth whyto, mcdermott. raise million, dollars. for t!ie four varl ous money-raising campaigns, contributed million first loan saw sales $7,000 by park hank $30,000 amherst- savings banking co. second loan, $29,700 bank $75,150 & third were park, $90,000 co., fourth sold $5s,150 worth the. flg- uro $164,500. tal .$484,600. y. m. c. campaign months ago subscription from, $1,000, conduetcd two money-raising' campaigns. one raised $3,500 ihe $5, 500, both being far excess qutta, tor total $9,000. w. s. charge schofield. jthe district's quota $132,000 be subscrlh ed, pledges met, expected they will addition these ha-s necessary ask local pay much advertising various amounted considerable sum. handicap 1m posed on amherst' through the- fact citizens elyrla lorain obligated contribute chests, buy bonds em ployment. recently received proper credit con tributions purchases. red. wonderful work, branch bed done its while figures available, an enormous auantlty surgical dressings, sweat ers, socks, host articles needed soldiers sailors, sent headquarters lo rain. day dressings class mode ,600 compresses. sewing completed gar menu,. recent flu epidemic, furnishes masks use business houses. au courants $200 benefit performance cross, organized societies have, trlbuted extent'of 'their ability, j worker sptcul fields.' ijjn branches- specialised (continued paga bight) ban lifted sunday; churches open movies schools reopen monday morning stores' cjos-hours back normal. with eliding cause wildest rejoicing, there remained "fly ointment" "flu" ban. health officer h. turner tups' day- authorized statement sunday. open, doors matinee evening performances, houses obeying early closing regulations able resume regular hours. village' schools" re-open morning.' closed so long period courses practically started anew. possible vacations b cut down somewhat make present interruption. epidemic saloons 6 p. confectionery stores bouses 6, exception drug btores drawn curtains at-g, ut drugs filled prescriptions 8 no public gather ings dances ben held, football games came standstill, .social gath erings also affected. take prompt measures combat influenza. orders issued wearing- 'all dealers footstuffs, finally everybody serving public. this measure' observed last week or so. time situation seri ous. probably naif tne nomes me city families' afflicted time. deaths influenza, few. deaths, 'resulted nneumonla. followed-okie first- named disease. most prominent residents succumed, under tragic circumstances. doctors rushed, likewise druggists hospital overflowing. it's now. few cases developing. and, sunday we'll go church, bee our favorite movies, visit friends yore. nnd whole-heartedly celerate we did before th,e mrs. adam miller passes away wednesday beloved pioneer resident, iii weeks, succumbs 76 years age. miller, old, south main" street, passed after noon 5; 30 o'clock. sho 111 removed monday.. was' due n comp'.isatio.i diseases, md shock "to her' friends. lmrs. lived life, wai church social circles. president ladlea' society st. peters evangelical chinch, member church. only daughter olde3t family five children. surviving brothers. hoff man cleveland, henr: qer-mnny. three children, :i daugh ter, e. nlclioll, .fo albert cleveland ami charles amherst. funeral arrangements, tentatively made, call 2 saturday residence. rev. egll conduct tlu '. interment clevelanl avenue cemetery. if co'.uont. services wil lalso peter's card thanks. wish express sincere thanks neighbors kindness flowers us avy lng illness loved bti3band father. booth bis message con' solation. jucarqaret naftzger children.' wild scenes mark celebration germany's surrender thousands merry throughout night people noise continuous din bury kaiser war's over, readerof paper knows it, peace terms, spent his hours rejolcinc. signed 2:50 remain signed, speedily done. big bound possibility hostilities again starting. celebrated never streets alive with, people. whistles joiried-ln, kept n. heller, operator town, persons reached telephone wished sleep daylight. mr. heller handed notes engineers 'of passing trains, andfrom 4 o'clock each train whistle "tied down. sleepers awakened, who expecting joyful news forgot about breakfast oradequate clothing; downtown section. went wild. bv g half onen. selling out stocks noise-making utensils description. workmen dinner pails decided tj home, hastily parades! girls' fife corps marched street minutes parade, grove ormsby's team leau, garnered recruits corner, liy ciocic mock long, witn mayor lead, followed manner people, making upon instruments. celebrators good work. gaily decoi.tted automobiles raced streets. - supper celebrations ceased, events evening, starting 7 pandemonium broke, loose largest number congregating near square. streets, loaded capacity. masked riders directed formation paraders. inquisitive ones guessed dr.' ormsby. band hand early, shortly parade got way. following officials, workers 'in trucks, beautiful floats, bearingfpur "liberty" beautiful. hundreds autos, bearing patriotic flags banners. line march .lengthened accommodate everybody. square broke into line, to, amusement onlookers. truck laid coffin. everybody, seemed, line. brownhelm surrounding territory share. car bore devices some sort. bells rang, horns tooted, blades hammered, firecrackers cannon roared, fire illuminated skies. july, election year's celeratlon rolled spare. buried. arriving square, end. descended coffin kaiser, carried bandstand where black-hatted undertaker acted master ceremonies. oration delivered body, address calling forth cheers laughs repeatedly. mourners then around bier, weeping, depositing bouquet cabbage devil occasionally gave dig his. three-pronged fork. "" party, six bathrobe attired pallebarers, dug grave beaver court, today rests, earing numerous signs. lowered grave, pelted clods dirt, deserted. returning stand, unmasked, attorney j. smythe splendid address, holding crowd gradually dispersed, though greater part1 night. celebration, remembered lifetime. celebration. afternoon, parading amherst,, hundred autos headed intent helping properly event. 'celebrated such style. formed house, ruth in, .city band, mothers service; members foreign foot autos. 'marched westward wyatt's corners, gaston road elm east main house kendeigh, whero countermarched returned center town. foreigners mounted- horseback, were, kinds noise. helped. thursday's affair. thursday, when premature announcement signing armistice celebrate' best monday. thursday here nftervl 2:30 ringing wildly, qillckly excited humanity, took place till wjien yas courant girls, school children uncle sam miss represented. parade's conclusion, autolsts generally hied themselves elyria monster celeljratlon going on. extras arrived saying ceased amherstltes raturneri home. emil ha88 pa8ses away. hass, died' at, home tuesday morning, resulting complication- diseases'. een hi months. 39 old. wife .two meta edna, brothers, william, sister, 'philip schmauch- hass highly resnected. ployed quarries years, paul's lutheran pre set friday afternoon rev jordan '.fill fro services. crown hill ceme-tsfy. .notice hunters. .wrltten permlsslon must secured to-iunt omfarimyln territory. peck. repeat details here. terms m., ceasing o'clock, before. bells, sqhool tower, get s events. evening. interested watchers lined tub newsy "the day." morning. noon, join celeratlon. e hasty- trip revealed wildly celebrating same hour dead, but. evidence ,and .no awakened 10 extraordinarily trains inkling what happened. refused employment. others reported, right ba'ck. automatic day. ring 5:30. asleep, 0:30 times office, getting r.n p--,ra, give public, monday, shape bulletins v,'lv'mv vhlh vptp eagerly (.! liu baii3, not. ofllcl-ally tilted a'n alarming degree. "kids" bell hall forenoon. everything could used. tin boilers dragged along pavement; those noise-makers just yelled. wore smile, odl veterans compared cloio civil spanish discount electric light, gas tele'phbne companies extended cover tuesday, nov. 12 ,on account little print shop kopt busy printing signs reading day," "god bless wil- an, old gee8er did. thero geeser, lot sense. dollar eighty cents. stock ad brought him lvoely dollars day, dad. well, he, bought moro goods space, that' system smile face, customers flocked !i!s 'two-by-four, soon hustle store, pass, gob bled corner tha plate' glabs. fixed window th"em half-page ad. 'em coming, quit, didn't ads jit. he's things humming ever since, calls merchant prince. say luck, that's bunk; why, business, punk. havo purchase t'he geeser wjso jtnew way advertise. throng pomp. germany tied 5:40 clock factory quarry news. lie tried arouse hardware cnmntatelv time, son," soldiers." order cards in. .with them. alt staid seen riding rear pounding drums dish pans. cared no.t. nations display. allied nations, should say. catholic rung syrians, thrown off carriago dropped a, feet platform. hard place. too exuberant. replaced. rang harder ever. contemporary "extra." outside papers first, rural carriers trips strenuous almost nothing. arrested firing revolver, turned revelers, warning do again. traffic roads leading wus excedelngly visitors towns. disorder "a it. uglv exchange girts rushed everyody wanted confirmation reports, having fooled once. banks noon. printed, stuck "legal holiday" let tl that)- kids led billy goat sign "we've kaiser's goat." poultry 8how called off. influenza uncertainty regarding lifting lorain, .the. attitude taken associa tlons discouraging shows reasons assigned why annual show scientific association bo preparations year, dates dec. 7. to-meet late, officers com inlttee deemed wise allow year. fol lowing nn effort biggest country. favorable commerjf las tweek thymines' tabu lation elecfiojr returns. tba( -we'll jje game thins nctt electloaa jv how affetkpesl boom within short tlme soldier lasts sunday's puts volunteers quota. campaigns funds undertaken campaign, 15 18. workers, divided squads,, subscriptions fund next seven national organizations keeping morale sailors. j8,-200. reports certain amount ease pron-ably heavily over-subscribed. meeting discussed final plans. districts, assigned, captain meeting, presided r. foster secretary, announced would receive aro contributing chest sin lorain. meant minimum $1.82 inhabitant. ready response, large received, tew less $5. districts small completely solicited half. homo later week. tiave visited, are' urged share, touch baus campaign. equalling surpassing significance world's congress religions united pur pose raising $170,500,000 carry officially recognized volunteer ministering needs troops' overseas. c a., council, jewish welfare hoard, american library association, camp sevrlco, salvation army. overseas fighting battle democracy spirit unexcelled army," declared wilson commenting whicli sev en jointly lng, america expressing hearted support troops lines, anxious de sire, fine edge training tained. activity qrganl zatlons. therefore, mobilizing club, behind vital military value an,. essential effecting result. acmpalgn .these merely another indication unity as' nation mak win war.' importance attached commander-in- chief armies might relieved burden unnecessary funds. advised joint participated nov, 11 18, purpose rais high displays, furtherance cam- palgn, pupils amherat placed .work form displays show-windows. m, hut. clifford tolhurst norman baus, displayed shoe store. y, w honor mlirsi furniture window. display living mod taels. participating flora hear grace purcelllcu.-ry-thecmfwv representing college girl lng; purcell, ice; evelyn nemru worker; helen refugee rami opinions' nro belhg1 heard effect tho general optimistic, predicts future. relief tension working, feeling relief. qunrrles stone undoubtedly benefited return conditions building operations country low ebb restrictions now lifted, concerns u. company .which engaged unfavorably affected, chnnces continue increase. christmas trade re-nolve impetus coming peace. purchases, likely confined to' useful only, toys 8oon. sailors thought come straggling contingents. fitting' wel comes arranged them, former positions prnct'ic6fiy- y opdn wtlil business. suffered. whlld physical distress locally result mental suffering, financial difficulties, private nature. busi ness .than fore llko period. hiiarr'"-" ml-'jowij lefjjorto, "rin'"- comi' s.! aixs. ally operations, lippn numtn imnmvfltnfinfa rf hn' ment month j, tiuumng stanc still costs lack labor. living' high. money available enterprises, capital invested government securities. excellent wages, stamps. results.. registrants ?ia,ye awaiting cplors now; pursuits. succeed ing draft cancelled. gradual food, fuel, restrictions. censorship, abolished. ,b& winter, conserve food fuel ,for starving millions europe fed. believed normal, hayo even whispers oak point pro,-ject, discussion begin become reality. buying slow, urging early! buying, merchaitpa report interest aset. fhrrwa;! some, particularly increase jiv luciiiig ia iiu, merchants, anything a4fvertislng, ato chrtwnas spirit. thanksgiving holiday, .chritfi. wilt b3 full swing. workers; smith, farmerette. knights columbus dis play supplies used abroad1, bodmann g. aschenbach, planned co munity service, thelma wer helena kreeger tlon army, lula lenu gawn '.and olive wllkpjj with. need "4 f.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-11-14|
|Date of Original||1918-11-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-11-14 2 2|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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