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1 i the amherst times. liberty first, last ' and always vvvmmiwvwwwwvi freedom for all forever vol. ii, no. 9. subscription, $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, january 9, 1919. official newspaper of village ohio. -v -ii- i- lr ( -t'- newsy items from franc censorship regulations easing up boy8 to have' souvenirs. companies rapidly using funds in extra-grfod "eats" lost orphan' boys. by sot. maj. otto mlschka. e0ommoy, prance. local boys were given unusual consideration both tho censoring mall facilities getting states delivering' as. quickly as possible received states. .censorship havf been practically dispensed with. almost anything can be said now ,summed up, virtually mean that may written with exception criticism u. s. army or those allies. no photographs military man-ouvers without being first censored sent negative is permitted mail othorwlse. it believed complete will bo done 'away soon peace terms are signed. a provision still vogue obscene postcards beisent newsstands over hore openly sell nude persons suggestive native which postal authorities unite make misdemeanor iieml through malls. these postcard's could mailed here but aot legally carried mails e'clently. handled.' .limitations number letters ohio send made. wore encouraged many urged write their folks at least one letter week. pdstage free. packages, however, bevon pounds sent, after censored, regular rates. handling 'mail equal importance let-tern-" men who'jiave had postotflce experience avere selected handle ,at regimental postoffice. each company-has orderly, whodoes nothing look company forward person who has left company. result general co-opera tion, .mail 12 days, quicker time than delivered front another member ectlo france.. . get hoys have big scrap two souvenirs war when they tire anally mustered out returned former occupations. an order lust come stat ins thn a.- e. f., on returning united keep gas masks souvenir. if desire. don't care carry around this instrument "saved so lives, turned salvaged. second souvenir understood steel helmets helmet invariably dflected bullets, rifle machine gun, penetrating skull, life conserver ranks equally not above mask. -the wear uniform three months ter out. taken boyb ninths also he sou. venfr world's greatest war, decorations, too. home probably em bark brest. port papers thoroughly gone over.he me re-equippeu ana everyone goe. de-lousing process. awarded serv' ice sheyron, gold "v" placed nn tha lower extremity sleeve, six months' service france. further likely division some insignia distinction worn shoulder.' useup funds. stnceeverything signing uifltof come. compans erhere making effortfo mil "company fund" before service. money various axp general-fund distributed among army'companles'io reorganized conclusion present emergency, jtf consequently , hegm.o fed better eveijthc "touch" the. ranch treasured fund came thanksgiving dinner, when, th'i "boys extraordinary good feed, costing several hundred extra company; "with allowance ap- cited bravery. recent orders issued den. "ely, lewis armstrong, well known boy, was made sergeant complimented "for conspicuous bravery action fighting iibout meuao river oct. 3 "to nov. 10, oxample'he set his extremo value sorvicea." friends pleased know honor thus accorded him. dr, parker harper base hospital unit leave france jan. 10 saw hard unit, sec ond organization arrive american expedition ary forces, dijon, france, tor 10. expected new york city weeks later. news importan-e am herst, because her. promising soils, dr. g. m. parker, oi be- glad early return. mr.,'parker volunteered 30, 1917, ery'soon declaration war. ie r'eecived call june 29, sailed mongolia july 13, i-iving plymouth, england 29. record recruiting. speed shown ecralting olllcers nurses 111111031 entirely staff hospital, detroit. orjer recruit rc- :eued.juiie four days .iter allentown, pa., .jure remained july, 13 .eft york, jrrived spejd across :ountry southampton special train transported channel theoapital ship wai-illa later torpedcej sunk. 3. shortly landing dijon take french es tablished jesuit college. there 70bbeds hospital. equipment increased. almost, immediately -of beds increased, 1,300 lated 2,650, augmented detachments ohter hospitals, never its identity. halt depleted 50 cent, says major, hirsch- ,nan. whenever battle je started, flying surgical units, con sisting surgeons, ind soldier orderlies, dis patched toward lines. went miles base. doctors har baso worked jijon. units serv ed argonne, cantigny, verdun, foul, soissons chateau thier ry. mrsenman ueciareu mat closer lines any other allied countries. superstitious troubled. .harper prospered work, commander, spite fact friday, :he 13th day month, 13tu voyage ship, prov- too much captain vessel, insisted taking vacation during voyage, remaining in" states, re linquishing erstwhile command troubled su perstitions. ,. note appreciation. we wish express our appreciation thank night telephone oper ator, marshall, neighbors,, firo de partment prompt effi cient work saving destruction fire saturday night. c. dellefield family. foreign" missionary society women's foreign church entertained (thursday) afternoon mrs. metta norton spring street. devotions charged h. l. brandau, study hour cljflrge j. b. egeland. proximately 40 cents ratloni coupled vcgeatbles green fo&ds articles purchased fund, inside hunch good' feeding remainder stay army. lose orphans. lorain county1 orphans whom nur tured father months, lemans youngsters sending them school. couple francs contri bution boys, 'boys loathe see' part. business meet. meeting men's association called thursday eveming k. p, hall. timo important matters aro discussion, most improving milan avenue hill, deplorable condition. trade brownhelm points west town kept away fact. 'business determined road shall passible winter permanently improved within neat future begin sarly, -with substantial dinner 6, enabling remain down meeting. frank mischka ehrmau charge refreshment program, judging past performances, serve lunch worth downtown election officers place following discussion. amherst's stores close 9 o'clock evenings. custom larger cities. windsor very illin0ne dies citizens assiduously medical dictionaries imperial quart. windsor, ontario, canada, dry. just detroit sitting nights read- ng timi themselves afflicted strange maladies. x young doctor build practice. quart hero thu epic epidemic. resembles shape only. costs far less. content more robust detrolters jealous. long for' liquor, lack ingenuity obtain it, casting jealous eyes friends. situation canadian different, go mere bootlegger, knows such person, give bootlegger $8 qua.t something liquor grade furniture polish. fear exposure public disgrace miserable transaction. thirsty soul must rln tn nrmitrfl llniinr ta become ill then gets prescription j calling proud possessor store, licensed dominion government. stocked manner alcoholic beverages, onlv onen sesame stock prescription. usually $1, $2.25. makes total $3.25, figure proves high cost drinking year's bp- til proved rather embarrassing doctors. eighteen physicians stand matter utterly refuso invoke say recreation medicine. "get" them. october, only 2,000 prescriptions jlquor written. november uhls trebled. due became armistice holiday season epidemic height. that, arrested illegal issue prescriptions. law physician m diagnose tase. ajihe. itites who" see hope eoro- 2cth may, warned do issued. hold residence into resldonce commune privately trop. trustees organize work. township met session monday, organized appointed comml'teea year, louis kothe named chairman board. henry brandt poor commission; kothe, hall committee; ward tolhurst, committee. mr. board health, .dr. a. f. mcqueen, recently duty, reassuines position ns health olflcer. tho.gloanerv st, peter's meet oyenlng. top w. exceeds quota $35,510.13 best county. director thanks banks, postoffice, schools, churches, merchants, helped reach mark. report 3"l;o-field 191s sales savings stamps, follows, means feather cap, she reached set, p.-mod thousands dollars. is- ,iny community "it reachad oversubscribed percentage towns quotas, behind, needing efforts county's metropolis. task. schofield completed arduous things operate!' hinder oven considered 'something amuse children." campaign did got under wav locally till tone, superhuman rcqu.r-::l put us over. v direct l.tl9 campaign. desires turn attention private business, chiefly atlas l.n-gineering banks sales. expressed hanks, postollice, lodges organizations helpej ,11 reaching goal, purchasers stumps, ..ept column. follows: 1918. original basis $20 capita $132,000.00 this, reduced actual purchase equals 109,956.66 reported: & banking co. $ 89,751.27 amherst. park bank 23,232.82 postofhce 12,482.70 $125,400.79 estimated people henrietta twp. oberlin anil should credited 12,000.00 vermillno 8,000 district, entire district $145,400.7') oversubscription 35,510.13 $26.41. $22 rep resenting maturity 1923, $26,41 capita. source supply stamps post- office. volume large postolflce-could demand, obtained federal reserve bank, cleveland, arranged car ry liberal hand agents splendid selling especially schools villages. school amounted $18,903.63. churches gamd nnd ef forts increased $17,619.79. merchants thrift suggested customers part change stamps. "were instrumental seit-ing s., equaling $7,-470.48, campaigns helps. acmpalgn pledged solicitors hearty response. selec tive boosted pledges considerably quota. conditions affected communities flu epidemic, greatly affect local-situation, portion wero few year. automatic paid employes bonus s added about $5,000 'of 100 cent purchasers, women bought "limit." fraternal surplus funds, stamp clubs formed, materially - extends thanks. chairman, behalf w, organization, wishes extend mato so, popular success looks continuation cooperation let detailed sourcee. $125,466.79. 23.232.82 religious. st. evangelical 14,782.60 ; paul's lutheran 2,837.19 ochcols. 1j,326.9." elda 4.350.79 lluth naftzger l.mj.00 goldie gerber 400.00 jessie thompson 235.00 570.08 ml3s bauer 220.50 miss davis 191.30 mrs, eppley 100.00 kius 45.00 walker 20.88 stations. $7,470.48. wesbecher hdw. 863.50 jacob bans 111herst o. aschenb.ich p. lersch 479.15 478.00 321.01 320.22 301.78 300.48 283.97 264.57 236.75 212.28 182.87 107.77 167.65 144.56 117.25 lumber t:o, plato dute bodmaiin liilld groecry wm. miller, atty pat mcoarvey kassouff .'. kuas wm, ehrmann oehl foster sabiers tolephono exchange iso'lmann millinery dock 95.50 79.50 79.10 keller baker 76.05 ilaker-ebbs (1. schacffer 72.91 53.63 42.50 schmaueh meat market carl ernst 42.32 n. y. it. 42.00 coal co 37.75 george bros. 36.00 purcell 29.25 27.50 27.00 avery 20.00 peter newsberry 15.75 frederick 7.25 purchasers. 11. wiseman .' portman schlbley ii. nlcholl baus joseph mllo kendeigh john ludwtg ludwlg holsteln j, menz uthe mcqueen ella nicholl walter harry ruth bruce, jr. schofield, chairman. "the messiah," oratorio, lorain, 8.-one musical events history lo-1 rain county concert 22 opera house, oratorio "tho given. society's chorus numbers 75 voices orchestra pieces. na mentally famous artists soloists. mabel sharp herdien chicago soprano. loading sopranos middle west. contralto sung emma ltempfer whitehouse dela-1 lleved ire hav-ware, her marriage ing takes elyrla prof. horace whitehouse, dean weekly frequently, would wesleyan conservatory, appreciate privileges as,so-won fame soloist europe elation building clubhouse america. tenor, lambert murphy ot metropolitan company, living tenors henri scott, bass, leading bassos years country's ora-trio basses. jpcvery body boosting concert. funeral skola8ky. services held friday morning parlors steve skolasky, died hos pital tuesday influenza,. skolasky 'was 111 sho vicinity clough's quarries' prominent affairs stanislaus polish catholic lorain. surviving husband flv'o children 11 old. strohraeyer 'underwent operation monday hos-juj, prisoners names gates ste phen yokonovlch contained u list department arrived safely released german prison camps. ago reported missing action. killed, "returned service." here, south anihesrt qunrrles. roosevelt death saddens host admirers sorrow passing illustrious man. flags throughout half mast house paused activities moments wednesday respect theodore roosevelt, ex-president, whose 12:15 in. 722.9.", -loath brought sad-695.14 noss hearts admlr-635.97 ers country, differed him politically felt keen regrets passing. "and since teddy's leath appropriately honored .1 moments' silent prayer. here. career, support citizens; 'the workers, professional men, classes. remember reception ago, shook hands speech. presidential elections koose- velt figured, poled enormous votes, followed along bull moose pathway 1912. nasslnir throws untitles tnnsv- turvy. confidently wnni.i i.n 11,0 roni.i.un nroi,io,,tin nominee 1920. leader niust chosen. simple. col. itoosovelt's marked simplicity. flowers scut music, requested roosevelt. protestant episcopal church, oyster bay, neighbors attendance. rev. talmadgo conducting services. burled young's memorial cemetery, fir trees crest knoll overlooking bay cove, beautiful spot, lftcr white house. old man last. though thought finally belated appearance mercury 4 zreo. cold. pressure lr. world cold period, hut vas fortunate places. cleveland householders cases able prepare meal ranges, alone heat this- burning coal, thereis plen- tlful supply. use too, helps forced depend heating. little snow ap pearance, prospects more. skating tap rink. low "y" membership rate force co-operation a., offering senior residing outside elyrla. tye- headquarters offered ly nominal feu. opportunity fered social rooms lady relatives friends; free checking wraps first-class restaurant. includes 'gymnasium, showers swimming pool. rowers' f cleve land plain dealer sunday there. two-column write-up picture lieut. ralph powers, son main reproduc tion lieu tenant, telling condltlnos expeditionary forces arch angel, russia. seems "be "getting name bigger .with frequency late. wllllani marshal! re-appolnted office deputy sheriff n.j backus, mayor recom-- mends paving outline8 policies annual message council. gambling ordlnanc turner reappcwted h officer business. council fo3ter mado known' tlio pursue recommended, things, .paving hill street nt bridge. administration jhas busy paying off bonds inherited back. improvements "declared necessary," village. recommended approval. approve, assessments. enable treasury upkeep reserve, "nnse-to-the-grindstone" present. wants pay watchman. planned ahead plans streets want improved. hoped started sets acceding jho envernment's request coil, nplated undertaken immediately, employment returne.d.-soldiers. subject watchman, asking councllmen consider payment village, instead hay- inb tne illness salary. ho enough the- discussed. salaries small comparison " similar citieb.,.4thej passe'jit jaa iflkssed ems nv. turner, mflcer, re-ajpolnted position, lie dope presented report, recorded minute detail, filed time. committees served during, continued intact. ordinance, elyria's, passed covering form. found appropriation ordinance t coming passed. chief authorized re- insure truck sum $1,500. reports read mayor, clerk, treasurer, com missioner, cemetery light commission. bills approved. cannon awhile. senator harding reference captured gen. pershing yet back material, necessary legislation congress application proper time, said. joint trustees. trustees, tolhurst brandt, evening. discussion method expenses comfort -station, agreed bodies split 50-50 what of-(lhe depleted. janitor salary, xurnlsh lighting. smallpox, cont). gious card removed contagious disease hours week, case smallpox reported, mlnniev, sabiers, tenney avenue. nounced corttaktov removedjiy .!.. w .careiui iumifvuia. snpr" l 1. bmva -dim, -miju. influe' .taction,"!"' crykllleim decker was. taglo u, tuav ui uuvwrui wh(cli at- co, nvl1r ..mill' pqo lori vreqentlyi ,se wf- 'in ap.tli'nofi 11, "'"p rutin uospuri; 2
|Title||Amherst Times, 1919-01-09|
|Date of Original||1919-01-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, The Amherst Times, 1919-01-09 2 9|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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