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the amherst times. liberty first, last ' . and always i:3i.3;w!i'i mim mum m forever vol. ii, no. 21. subscription, $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, april 3, 1919. jsp? amherst's greatest newsp.ape bond issue to carry, belief interest not intense, but backers look for large vote milan avenue a vital inlet, should be improved good, is general impression. in big provide $18,500 paving hill,, bo voted on special election monday, 21, tense, from surface indications. it grows as date approaches, and. there apparent an in-4 crease discussions. that project will seems assured, carry- by ( majority beems certain. disposition also manifest go ahead pave regardless of high prices prevail at present. cost spread over 10-year perlodf money remains .large '.extent community, this bummer, 'and early possible, looked upon benefit everybody concerned.' draw much trade. road only means of, reaching open largo territory west. rich brownheim district, whose trade amounts considerable! during year, naturally come way good paved street acting ah invitation. now goes vermilion. was stated one business man - yesterday has appeared, desire streets leading out city other centers, citing cleveland elyrla avenues, but.hesitatlng west south which would act inlets. he believed change condition vitally necessary. project' tjils year. while some talk month or so ago village streets, mlfan under consideration ariother so, certain must paved. klyrla avenue, macadamized seovralyears ago, need resurfacing soon completely pieces. vbut with -2-'proje'fitffcfr:thlb voters undoubt edly" will; approte' paving, and'ap- .prove decisive manner. hrri tired sinking their into mud. funeral mrs, bryant. services llrs. sarah jane bryant who passed away wednesday, were held saturday afternoon 2 o'clock homo her son-in-law, john leonard. rev. f. e. kline conducted services, interment being evergreen cemetery. mrs. 75 years, having been born england. she came country when 11 years old, united marriage george w. bryant, 18701 she. had ill several months, apparently, recovering, suddenly weakened 'tfl few days before died. surviving are two daughters, maud harper holllngsworth ober-lln; .three sisters, harriet schade elizabeth perkins t. q. potter marquette mich.; brother, thomas howard marquette; leonard, amherst. .there grandchildren, hovard' sybil leonard notice. tha.or'ili.ance regulating enclosure domestic fowls provides all shlckens, ducks, geese, etc., shall confined between 15th day march find 1st otcober oach'year. ordinance enforced. order council. w, baker, clerk, floweps easter costly. flowers expensive scarce, according florist. many plants familiar season missing, says, because bulbs imported could obtained kuss' cent sale soon. b, a. kuss, druggist, set 17, 18 19 dates his annual sale, event eagerly forward persons. these sales articles may purchased more than regular price article. tremendous success, mr. kuss anticipates even larger success lee womack, son m. p-, wmao!t jackson street, home furlough. -was gassed action .in france, return abe'.hospltalfor fdrther treatment uitfcri iimittm,, ifii,i 'i h'iiii i t "irflli it- "nimrii hi im'ts mmilim ii li 'iiiimmibmlli.-fi liiiimwmi " school stages class basketball games schoo lboys girls excited games, preliminaries wednesday evening. finals staged thursday evening gym, night seniors play picked team rest school. senior glrfs lefeated junior 6 0. freshmen defeated "the sophomore 7 1. boys teams real battle, final score 10 ib favor sophs. bud hearn bear teh winners, neumeister star freshlcs. guarding sophs good. ward recital draws crowd splendid program given local talent "darkies" please. crowded house greeted miss mar garet assistants opera house, most pleasing given, first its kind months. assisted ton young ladies congregational choir, norma lentz cleveland,' pianist. musician rare ability vocal numbers en thusiastically received. piano showed herself gifted performer, technique expression. surprise work "dusky .four," them after southern song. they obliged sov-eral more. complete .fol lows: invitation ward. "when roses bloom" (relchardt) chorus. "polonaise" (macdowell) lentz. "one fleeting hour" double trio (mrs. hubbard, anna miller, car- tor, willett, waller, stonehlll. "every lover's kiss song" (massenet); "rapture" (coudoll); "ecstasy" (rumul) "sweet little woman o' mine" (mme. bartlett) ''ohe fine day" (madam butterfly) "nino brown birds." "two clocks" (rogers) quartette (maude gawri, nellie skinner, ch.rls-tlna bruce, helen sablers). '"melodle" (rachmanenoff ) ; "les sylvalns" (chamlnade) springtime year" (harriet ruck) "to hidden violet" (mary helen, brown) linet tuning flute" (marion bauer) 'ward. "my lady chlo" (lelghtor); "miss llndy" (spross) ducky four. love kind" (nevin) quartette. "wake lindy" (warner) tho dusky twilight weaves" entire accompanlst--mrs. c. harris. oberlin prc ssor (church sunday professowfbiamcampbell hannah, professor offtwccwhlstory oborlln college, wlllspettkysunday churchi prof, hannah brilliant speaker, reputation, spreading rapidly. spoke th.e father banquet sduth made preceding hannah's address, half hour musical' pro gram direction starts p. saves baby drowning. friday months old child clair stiwald, residing oberlln whlskeyville, narrow escape death, saved quick thinking prompt part mother. babe playing near barn sudden ly fell unused well, cover removed. well nearly full themother able reach sank apparently suffered no effects. schofleld left youngstown, where-his sons, elmer hazen, bat-talplon afternoon. parade cincinnati columbus. expected will' mustered middle nxet week! .william chlsholm chllllcothe, meet husband, just returned france. friends say william took hu honeymoon trip to-franco -now bride taking hers, men closing confusion time probably close week. association buy combined calendar hold dance matters discussed, nt meeting ht3t ovenlng gavo discussion opening hours new government time, long seemingly fruitless efforts arrive understanding, finally de cided 'to 8 o'clock, time. since arisen counter movement, object hours. petition circulated freely, signed calling schedule. days' trial, si found merchants have lit tie opening, about shoppers bunches. gro cerles problem em ployes, wish get enjoy supper employes. up night, uniformity storo hours, thought weeks undor schedule adopted suitable all, members present opinion stores afternoons starting 1 continuing through september. matter discussed next meeting. if authorized, banks closo instead calendars. short discussion, proposl-ion brought previous join getting community calednar, dropped. wished purchase own calendars, already done so. resolution condolence secretary j. smythe, loss mother authorized sent him. entertainment committee promises td put along may. minstrel manhere h. stutz columbus, hutchinson producing co.. looking field, intention putting eagles' show future. eagles favorable idea ,and doubt evening's meeting, present, ontract hqme tnlenf entertainment. , iomplotej similar venture muncle, ind. trains performers, fur nishes costumes scenery, takes charge. men's hats higher lower. straw coming smaller, advance information received dealers. crowns lower, bnt brims narrower stylo due demand closer fitting clothing. higher. snug close-fitting overseas cap havo something do style straws, nl due, said, expense hatters' strike pater- son, n. j., tho, increased production. response red cross appeal clothes residents week worn generous. engaged storeroom redlngton block receipt clothing belgaln french war refugees, land supply serviceable hand. material boxed shipment lorain, thence carstensen's auto smashed; escapes serious injury lorain fined heavily monday morning, charge reckless driving intoxication. stop lake lost control automobile ran machine driven carstensen. estato dealer. accompanied lad makes hlin. boy cut forehead, p, slight bruise cheek, both machines wrecked. coffee, penny pound, drug store, 17 19. rice a-several weeks' visit lorain. conor eg ationali8ts extend call booth $300 increase salary pastor unable tb give definite answer yet. church trustees lt.wus unanimously recommcnihto ihut retain ilov. kyle anothro congregation (urn ratified recommendation, add ed salary. reply offer. con sidering calls tendered within, weeks, however. extending another tribute ac tivities .war criticism him, assuranoo 'his wholo-heartodly bapk developing small story how town saw light and'benefited a8 result. trenton, mo., said mnro develop spirit any obter states, interestlng'story. briefly follows: trenton ordinary count rr town, running towns go, busfness didn't farmers later cared. less men. commercial club, wasn't very progressive aggressive organization that. thov officers no-one else cared presidency tbnv olected tom witten olflce. happened witten, hardware merchant live wire, although ho hadn't opportunity exactly-tlie stuff of. gets busy. v read kansas paper working surrounding overcome such feeling existed trenton. without consulting incmbors club wont th hunted oxpert. told him brief, situation, "how your town?" askeri expert. estimate'1 population, failed satis factory. "oh, know what you mean," sail' then mentioned distance side corporate limits other. "what want know," ox- pert, "is far meas ures size yours agricultural depends th.) town. adil farmer list customers grown much. lose decreased." wakes up. mr, began see oxpert night. subject placed mombers, too, point, result commer cial reorganized invltod join, did. slogan wa3 pennants carried automobiles community. read- "get acquainted neigh bors like them," rooms overhauled rearranged commerclla b ecu mo com munlty re talned.as president, office cares to, provided families farmers, same. whenever convention gathering take active entertaining guests townspeople. agriculture composed mostly farmers; mlttee roads equally dlvld-i professional fow things anil sur rounding showing phenomenal improvement winter staging come-back days. waa windy ubout inch snow fell. h disappeared tuesday, each 'trifle warmer. normal temperatures end party'of hundred hiked passing throush amberst. brennen conf-lned back german lines 24 valuable information. officer says nerviest nothing eat. it. wouldn't tell. developments james brenncn recently wounded went perilous experiences, got formation value rades able, make "n doclslvo against germans. lleutenunt mather jenkins elyrla, ! ranee, snys llrennen our "red." lieut. related expert ences encountered whon nnd remained shell hnln 21 desired bombarded guns, escaped ate drank water time.. frequently rounded germans detected, camp gave 37th division command ers. latest faster choilule varying results. fusion. shipyards emnloves mondnv morning cases late. waiting room expecting c:.10 car, forced wait until 7:05, car hav ing 150 passengers. difficulty remedied tuesday morning. schools churches observed sched- lies trouble. complaints heard. atfer schedule, everyono become used retail report plenty store- lay. "just llko eating afternoon," one. threatens four meals bis household. stang's dies. death .mrs. ilodier, -of frank stang, died fostoria shock here. rodler 111 health years. phy-sloian. thoro considerable lm-porvement sho homo. attacked paralysis, caused death. laughter, fostoria. hte home. wants sewers. branch every .who can jew, coiiio library 4:30, bring lunch social hour, help making 3,000 refugee garments, quota assigned chapter. those arc! requested help, two. modern woodmen head votes rate raise 384 co, national "onventlon america weok chicago schedules 02 1-2 premiums. increases $1,075,000 order's insurance fund. modem largest fraternal society world, million members. 30 yoars old. locally dr. l. hall active, though motorcycles, r. hayes lawrence kreoger, collded corner park 6:3q. neither driver injured, little. mayor foster undergoing siege grlppo ithenlast .his' borne moat effect; $1!50 minimum 1, consumers -pay '$1!50 amonth supplied works co. ralso granted pany council ago. company appealed coun ell relief froni buyb water, its' 7! cent. pay 'it received, -wbb scrlous'to it, capablo continued asked. 11.50 minimum, paid' users. largcr'consum era 37 cents iper. 1,000 gallons. discount lingerie too: cute my dear, f fussy decrtfco foh natty dressers. rude state ladleti long, tight skirts step motors cars too busy bprlng, keeping heels their-tnms er noma amused anybody, elso's stylish agony. fate upto-the-uiln- uto dresser us decreed recent clothier's an-soclatlon. surprising, spring' styles smack hay onets sea fogs. essential civilian harmony the. feminine garb skin tight. coat flare. spring .a waist seam flare skirt. extreme models wearer mis-takeu lumber pavlowa's bal let. effect rope shoulder, suggestion (of puff. balance sleove s and, desired, slight' allowed cuff breathing space. coatb two-button und cuffs sounds brand of.oil. coatcollar re-' mains same variation notch collar lapel. "dog-eur," or, bet ter still, place -wife unruly husband. trousers remain (about same, oxcept length. spring-trousers ankles shoe tops. influenced the, little," dealer, "returned warrlera developed diaphragm .shoulder blados. does nil padding. soldiers glnd clothes.and theyahoiv army style. "in young, slender figures panel iback. strnp seams, military, blouse, shown. pockets, diagonal vertical slashed. .few. double-breasted coats shown." patterns subdued. colors subdued conservative war, but, whole, promise laughs; especially fat flared doat optometrist installs equipment charles .avomto york central station agent, installing up-to-date :thls state. opthhal-mome'ter, measures curvature eye, blood (pressure instrument purchased. .mr. baker been: impossible .sev-. eral conditions. becoming .available, porfesslonal br. baker's optical in-creasing leaps bounds, acquiring reputation throughout carefulness efficiency. bill legislature registration ot optometrists, stringent examinations. newcomers profession -wilt conform .to rules, whole raised plane. scout organization' revived. here inactivity, fact, departure.of arm. strong, organiiatlon amumber tof interested persons move ment, ourrounaing mil oout troops. south! awnetsvlmtor herst boasting iine oneand.'araherat ther u jsle ldt a4 'jc. !m aether, ta malarial, j wra cuveldytsltor. wadwiy.: cleanup 15-17 uthe ask8 franklin avenue- improvement. "dicumswtrs, trpri) qas masks, cleanup, jamanffchlckons taken. villago nevf pre siding- omcer night's meet-ins, started 'middle president 'o. ba ker acted 'in -foster, conrined to'hls'home tfrippe. doclded 15, 16 ior soring cleanup. datea commissioner wagons out, "will gather up, winter's .refuse jaa accumulated provided, .how ever, householders refuse boxes accessible' place. thus placed, load tin cans ashes' aro simply piles. wjnu improved. iv. utho .the u. s. automatic -appeared abk thal.franklin jjo .street. .two blocks, connecting :pavement rftear elevator. .uses jnore concern, ceiving, freight, farmera men, would, benefited is. bad.ahape now, impassible this, .winter. asked jnakaia manent improvement: deferred action, butilt.will again at, future meethig, disposal. trustee -presenl louis kothe township trus tees, called ,th mombors'iauontlon .sewer .serving hall. six inchaaower building, emptying -4-inch plpq rear, thence- sanitary sewer.- clogged. .committee., )with trustaas, avaw authoried ia iflt. tit up' replacing 4-luch plp'fti, 6-lnch. iimflti rne inil- waan,iauu eterrmin: acehrdlnmsl'i.i-, jkr' rqpoi-i.raauev lou. vthlnb.iijfcumd&. fred mormon, the.atreet'claanei-'for) .laauaeveral. months., haai.aiiit hih job, -.and .the, coramlttee .'la look-lngfor aniofllclenl man.fnr poafc tton. a-communlcatlan iroad. gas defense- branch, .the. wardepart. ment oiretibs.gaji masks 47i each.. fewunlrhube -use- 'the local, .are idopnrunent,. ,but as. -not guaranteed, toi-work' perfectly certain, kinds, smoke, department, needs sup; plies -worse, was.ideclded, defer purchase-.. johnson's bill. -south town., has, been, a, bit umlaut slag, (making passableagalafor tlmo at.leaat, an.lnoniry chlokens-jooked reads ,march 15. "we'll force ,lt," .says ,the reading reports, may- marshal,, street.commlsslpn-er, paying -a .bills, including quarterly salaries mt .village officials. djournod, .shortly, sundown. newhcorrespondent-s, times pleased introduce -week .departments correspondence .from .north jttldgo henrietta, -both correspondents wlre8,,able news write interesting "with our.loyal efficient writers. int tubers .brownheim, we covering field better .manner han readers communities -set serrlce. lilac is, bushes ,are .at places .about worrying fnj8ts,.as buds appeared least, -to be, sate. buy' 50, acres .of -oak timber. arm parker & ilecksteln. dealers hard -and .soft timber, completed ,deal ,hy 'into possession ,50 .acres oak limber located .juat 'westiof ver milion. mr..fuuuer cleveland.' pound xocllant cocoa op theikusaone cnt p -ri wii.n ... a...... 4, j- mit mtl-r mm libifhsl
|Title||Amherst Times, 1919-04-03|
|Date of Original||1919-04-03|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, The Amherst Times, 1919-04-03 2 21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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