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the amherst times. hwiwlttflmis -raftrir "prisaaiiitiii:'xii'b.t amherst's going over victory. liberty loan letj5 put it victory t-oari mmtmmmmmimmmmm subscription) $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, may 1, 1919. amher8t8 greate8t newspaper; bond sale not . up to mark total now about $50,000, third of local quota-solicitors finish. whippet tank cuts capers, and sales-m "men neither laroe subscriptions from assembled crowd. stonecutters vote strike. asking for 86 cents hour three plants affected. amherst' up. wednesday this tyeek, had actually sold $50,000 worth bonds, a amount be raised here, $155,3p0. heroic efforts will necessary district over, must )jo "put by -10. park bank sales .up tuesday night $18,000 with many yet met .ft payment. savings banking .co. bales more than $30,000, several large subscriptions, "in air." brownhelm has been strong and' school no. 3 that township $10,000. draws last saturday morning 9 o'clock government arrived here oberlin, coming way whlskeyville south am herst. was transported trailer hitched big packard truok. backed curb near ehrman barber shop, "for an crowd 300 or 400 appealed tal-- ented speakers who accompanied tank. included in party were returned soldiers, one whom went top 18 tlms his taken while tank'1 on exhibition auctioneering method, first call being $1,000 subscriptions. r. c. blum william a. miller took bonds amount. when $500 list called for, good responded, among them g. aschenbach signed day before, ed ellis,-a. e. stiwalda. menz, h. eshler," mr. palrchlld, mrs. m. schofl,eld, fleming, kothe, john strohmeler, the. $250 class comprised, geo. parker elhert, 100 $50 pledges they-came. bo -fast reporter could ih0t eut em all down. :$13,60q pledged hour, fine showing comparison 'other towns. then climbs tree. tank, af,ter .the sale,- .'driven down milan avenue hill uje bottoms between road railway, where 10 mln- u,les cruwltsu ttluuhu, wiw ""-" ihto. gullies', ran right trees sis inches diameter, finally1 stopped long enough camera fiends do their worst. hundred persons watched performance. towns lag, too. surrounding arc said lagging, thqugh there is no doubt quotas raised. cleveland plugs along tnree million dollars day, ought tn tin selling five million. lorain -very nicely, elyria slower, at meeting evening journeymen stonecutters' union, unanimously voted strike thursday unless its demands granted time. ablate settlement reached. men are demanding 85 hour", tho state rale. employers have offered 76 hour. 20 union living here. plants, & dolbridge co., ohio cut stone co. considerable work tied lasts any length " buyers banning co, y. campaign funds. county organization plans raise $10,000 16. george linn f. jordan walter j. bechtel mary nice !a. illce l. heller st. paul's evangelical howard eagles hold memorial service public honors accorded heroes dying war sunday eve, 4. aerie evening, 4, opera house, four members died as world war. thoy were: henry holle, killed action; decker, pip-pert, france, particulars known; homer dute, drowned sea. these paid supreme sacrifice out 61 service. adams give principal address evening. committee completed program, but solos claire tlllack, boy tenor lorain, selections church quartet, duet two men, ministers asked take part. boys honored widely known "one, hoped requested every body come make remembered. lutheran gust sablers, d. schaeffer hogrcfe wllber ludolf .kreeger james saditch jones hunt ida hansen chas. anderson corbett august quashnefskl o. masters n. johnson allsop ' karmon ott arthur frank s. thompson wm. koepp beachle logan natural gas fuel -co. fred delner pankoff lottie barkley ward edna menz elsie schulz christina bruce julius peck smith esther ruth lucy carl edith w. ehrmai !. jaeger foster hollsteln f mcqueen becker hostettler robt. demetor ben martin ii. dulmage isaac slack, jr. parky win. haywood westerfolt raymond wilson otto tucker sr. albert slack sledz mike guist retnhard theodore wood delbridge bacon bros. herman ehleh edward shnttuck rels lelmbach b. holzhaucr c, t. woir nnd e, 11. leuzler salem zakour samuel bolus ernst itelnhardt ilob stelnke jacob muth ernest wlland harold horn schmauch innea oehl j0hn bain county's truck received. christian woost'er proud parents 8 pound boy, born morn ing. formerly mis? gertrude wellman brownhelm. received five-ton dump wagon which or. dered some handsome substantial white truck, boyd lng capable .tilted to-an-an.. glo 45 degrees. placed commission once hauling cinders other material used repairing roads. cloverleaf club meeting, set afternoon home merlin witte, postponed kane attended maneuvers g huron norwalk week, expecting see her brother member company. mr, blackert germany stead u. smith, superintendent district, preach morning. charles ehrman, cornell ave nue, suffering a' mild attack smallpox. daughter, mis3 ma, recovered same malady. belts wide season-w note katherlne m: shotten mrs, roemer lesher conrad northetm lura van waguen zilch vanwagnen hasenpflug nickolas klassen arnold rosencranz alice booth schultheiss baetz brill werner grugel abraham sllmoi. ashley edmund edw. ellis stlwald bark dclsa adolf krlcg powers baker fr'ink krugman vi, deiss clnlr stlwnld mlnth glbbon jauch b, gillette anton madenak elmer portman l, merchant cochron thomas nugent .zilch hermnn rltzrow fuhrman bcdard earl lipphardt hurlbut gault schacht jerry alfred peniber schofield gnsser if. mcklnnuy paulino purcell mabel uelss adam fllker northelm "strohmeler plppert ludwlg robert hasenllug andrew stung meyei' flnnegan margaret oltmati lassen ehlcrt 'good progress reported or-' gnulzation one-day drive i support l next yenr. levelling representatives wellington. lngrangc grafton nt dln.ier committees both women organized held friday, 10, sunday, literature pledge cards lie distributed houses, order blanks filled ready solicitors friday. rural townships commit- tees nre already parh joseph grzyblanch brandau davie nicholl harvey florence si. tjnrmann auoi beeslng jokobs vaszil timpkey baus reis harry grace chrlstena abel shattuck springer, springer nabakowski quigley anna fleming lena slumska peter welsh kuss nina li. leuszlor egeland zakor frances sophia holzhauer aczel ruby walker llpplwdt charlotto cooper louis wilbur holl ellington dellefield omcr kelly peasley stephen lovasz christ bauer horvath mattlo sanders bert niihn kothe moebius dr. hall thos. schriner norman bruckcr edwards hayes whittlesey nledlng lawrence ryan monger plato ladrach arrives. funeral f0rr f, kaser fraternal orders attend masons im-pressive services. movement organize farmers planned erect elevators buy supplies cooperative plan resolution condolence. memory our deceased member, kaser. mcqueen, well brown- helm farmer, issued statement setting forth advantages 'of r organizing conducting' co-operative buying belling supplies. fair completion, expected en tire soon conducting business farm ers. rouows: ro county, o.: estimated paying middleman sum $5,000 year, if $5,000, getting off easier. ocuntlng 100,000 doing fanners' them. why get .together own business? let each town-mlp 60 .nvest $100, made pay-nents $25 each, us capital stock $100,000 part ol .his would into mill elector, six eight substa- ious installed throughout 11 we under con- main ,iill, trucks carrying uar, feed, etc., substation! .id taking back grain lill. feed grinding substation ,11 almost pay man tends. he machines. carload lots, y light say, truinload can save 50 cent han j, jiesides putt!(jgour market. prominent j day's 'mo 12 15 eich o $100 such company count organized. .nner says saved l)u in- esled year. saving e according to' you. do. jr instance, you should agon ynu to. 25 et cent. together ounty. m'queen, ohio.. after stock-oldera meet elyria, choose a'elr committees, draft by-laws nmnlete organization. those uterested drop ard secretary, erst, ohio. whereas, angel death visited beloved brother, kaser, mourn deeply loss circle true loyal ever faithful. resolved, we, temple 363, pythian sisters, hereby tender wife, son daughter sincere sympathy common loss, token sorrow charter draped mourning period 30 days. further nesolved, resolutions published paper. bertine foster. ada braun. purcell. baker, services sr., 1 lato homo avenue, 1:30 st church, voars. rev. conducted capacity. places closed 2:30, hosts friends relatives neighbors respects they loved respected. dollvered splendid tribute. floral offerings sent profusion. pall bearers sons nophowi, 'if rnterment madp family lot ridgelawn eeme tery, elyria. doris kinsley passes away. boys' congress atwellington connection nual convention, success. convention vthe con gress annual program hereafter. officers elected wero: stubbs, president; wil liams, vice thomas, secretary. pro gram dovotional exercises alden emery welling ton; talk "why wo hero" herbert rugg; paper "the class" roland fotlswed discussion led elyria; "four-fold lite' cllvo mcgulre. baigcr williams oberlin band furnished cornet music. girls thp time meetings brought close joint session lieut. p. pianoff spoke fort nussla present distressed conditions country. rochester methp- dlst commun lty served years russian army rovo. lution few volun ti-ered tay ho lost left arm opposing bolshevlki uprising moscow. return russia september promol peasants. ono largest funerals respect whose sudden so residents. wero avonuo 3:30 m v. kline methodist church. mnsons, knights pythias, eastern star pythlnn sisters body, house friends. designs extreme beauty. following services, frater- mil marched comotery interment lot. grave charge ma sons. pallbearers learn. il. monger, seeley. 'leeknor, hop kins. council pushes paving plans' 80ld a8 law allows ra.tb ordinance pa8sed. village adjoifrn-ed purpose .canvassing "(fib recent issuo election. solicitor smythd prepared read ordinances, adopt-od before adjournment mlst-niuin discussion. provided proceed improvement, assessments against abutting property owners, possible acquirement additional property. second dealt $14,000 divided 14 payable november ordinances law, earliest moment bold bids paving. making slight change power rate adopted council. ten-year-old doris, .mr. henrietta, passed away cerebral meningitis influenza cause death. funoral o'clock, churcl., cemetery. miss beral confined hir wie illness latter cok. dahoh $1,500 dam jea assault battery, aftermath fight -staged suyeral -week commissioners recently inspected north ridge road, decided repair town possible. tar bottom made, furnishing machinery labor, trustees slga. vermilion vlth mother, walker. wednesday. brother's bed side; france felt fate indeed mixed draught happiness sunday. message calling him bedside parker. plains, y., live. mown having gen eral manager old malono quarries years. shortly mew york tele- tram stating son, mllo parker, newport news va., 111 hos pital there. she immediately wired information. major replied tonsllltls, serf usly ill, relief card thanks. woman accidentally shot; boarder blanca, late quarry employe; jail, charged point ing firearms without malice, result shooting friday negrecl, aged 49, 6 quarry, amherst. ivomun pital, latest reports mqy recover, though shot penetrated iccmlngly vital spots. blanca negrecl purchased x revolver protection home. familiar with,- t&a, weapon attempting to- load it, discharged, striking' woman, watching proceedings. murder committed as- jabsin escaped. later 'ound mado effi "if p co escape, aeepiy repeniwnt ind protests entire innocencq ,, t , 1,1.-1.. 11,1 easy. -, 7 - berger. hyscll 496 street. glyrlu, wishes thank tokens love sympathy, during wlfo, also cleveland, vicinity, first' baptist vincent ladles' aid society, vlncon' 2, willing workers, united young pooplo'f, bus, employes western automatic, fr-.y stocking spc-.hi! thanks illy 3pray remcm braiue paul wi'l' 'he germany. i1ysell relatives. louise merger, 14, hospital, monday ittended number egli vaa, charge. evcrv, treen ceemtery. berger the, confirmation peter's .was ill lbout weeks ago pneumonia tnd operation performed resource avail. surviving fred' berger, sister, rosa, three, brothers, fred, wllljam. father fall. leonard vvrngg franklin bpent week end visiting fay mr klatt. wraggs' overseas (he 332d regiment, paraded cleveland. cora zimmerman relathes. carrie of, lon-!om, ihe laughter, avenue. francis becker, operator theater, suffered severe iila.no finger hand lust fri liy caught reel picture machine. jury responding treatment. depaul, gardner lovul glenmont, engaged starling new quarrying op erations. maddoc georgo par kor, remaining n week's visit. visitor loft days' visit shoppers in.eiyr'a dollar sales.. city crowded attorney wednos day. dlruce wlecomers 332nd infantry husband division just italy. expocted within days, thclma wore vis itora trip car ooal papers effect consols cation subscribers: arrangement concluded i. .. k ..... .., m, miniiei-ol iwws vu. mm me uuiio rrini onop consolidated, management combined ba irk. little concern. hurst becomes assistant manager. newspaper, news-times," issued, b3in separate published. eixner win oe lumueu oy tne comoined paper, advance terms subscription lengthened accordance. endeavor best retaining features predecessors an'd adding obtainable. gives opportunity better serve advertisers ana general public. operated flie concerns kept running time, eventually thev com bined building. details yot worked out, important announcements looked wa3 one-half consolidatio'jto.iok place. times baen irf, dsfotsnce yeaned half. ms 41 .ah wilbur. ago.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1919-05-01|
|Date of Original||1919-05-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, The Amherst Times, 1919-05-01 2 25|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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