Amherst News-Times, 1920-08-12, p. 1
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"sandstone center of the world" i ; f & ii.. i- r"jv it in.: iffi ir: t rr c tvi mr -i 'il m f:fj" !- 7 jf - d? im primary election was very quiet richmond, hale and haiqh are favorites for county comm- i8sioners others close. kelctipn day in amherst un eventful as tar "excitement goes but when cornea to figuring re sult tho various contests. important. a large percentage .of voters went io polls tuesday .voted their favorites. although contests were close not much campaigning, done at polls. many votos.wero cast early lnthe throughout work steadily going on. jthe returns given out until late present tlmocom plate village oth precincts. is usually case e democratic vote largo s republican number "of democrats turned support party. results yoto precinct wero ab follows: governor, vio oonahey, 25; lieutenant earl bloom, 10; howell wright 12; secretary state, harry a. bell, 8; william d. fulton, h. hoover, 6; guy r. wine garner, 3; auditor stato, daniel e. butler-, 40; john harper, 9; alfred pecklnpaugh, 5; 'treasurer state? charles b. orwlg, 23; attorney gener al, joseph mcgh,ee, david parker, 15; chief justice supreme court, hugh l. nichols, 26; judge court; (long term) dan cull, 19; kent w. hughs, 18; (short coleman avery, court appeals, thomas dunlap, united states senator, julian, i6; f. "o'nell, 11; repre sentatives congress m. dayey,"29; ross read, 2; member state central committee, j. berrodln,10; lea c. koplln, culberson, .22; chas,. fritz, 13; representatives general assem bly, h.longhon, probate washington, a-sheriff, fred underbill, voumisbioners, aiomey nxajesiu, ed,, traxler, a.j. fowl, ryan. 2: jacobtku'ellmer. 6: sam dell- &retldyto'uibrrsioeblus,,l; under- gh, recorder, de veraux, 7; surveyor. sch hickler, prosecuting attorney, smyth6, c: hildreth, redington; coroner. r, gunn, com-m-ittee,.j. smythe, wm. mlller.l; on ticket pre cinct about- same, exact figures being foil- ows; gov. vic donehey, lieu. gdv. earl.d. wright, 4; hoo- ver, wlnegarner, attor ney general, mcghee, su preme cuel, 14; hughes, 17; term), judgo s. o'nell representative to, m, davey, 22; stato berrodln, len 16 w-.f'rltz, 16; "representatives assembly.j. longhon 6 conway, 0; clerk common pleas conrt, wash- ington, 5 1; "william old ham, sheriff, commissioners, stanley kra-j-eskl, ed. j, fowl,5; w, v. ryan jqcob kuellmer, e'. hale, treasurer, o, kenelgh.0; art. beebe, walter lud wig", co.unty deveraux, surveyor, fw. schnlckler, c.vkondelgh, h, webber, coroner, d, dr. g. ,m. parker turner, mem hers wm, miller, 1. following resulted; goy, ralph cole, .harry l, davis, 66; roscoe mccullouck, wood, lieut, gov., olar enca brown, 30; b, hurst, carl kimball, 24; hlldebranav 85 clay, smith, harvey 0. slmth, audi torf tm. fullington, 20; ste "ybea a, stillwell, tracy, m; treasurer rudolf ar ebr, daym42; "attorney cwieral, g, price. jus tice frank her, nwelj k. keanon, c, t. marsiiall, 21: silas p. riehards, jh wards volbrath, supra- " j4tm, 48; adwapd 8. mathias, 46; ju 4,fx liina 0, ibmftm- dmjpmmi, baosoa hough, 84; ju4p u alvan o imoraou," jp; uahad uts saaator, bodmann company redecorating store. co. have been busy past week interior dry goods, china grocery departments ail gone over result excellent, arrangement some merchandise has changed store improved appearance. decora tions add attractiveness merchandise. wellington fair aug. 24-25-26 may new features vious years airplane fliq.ht8. will be held august 24-25-20. this better bigger than ever added those, years. thero good show all thoroughbred cattle se lected from exhibited ohio which -is he soon. another feature boyb calf pig club organized interest youngsters cause excitement. there pony races base ball game each day. thursday only qublt pitching contesthas ranged together with other similar attractions. also free tractions including robertson's band quartet male voices and- lady soloist, both considered best at. last year. (an hand take up passengers perform stunts'throughout three days. these .features pro gram can readily" seen that hig one attractions numerous character. waltet- brown; macy walcutt, walster, wanamaker, b; willis, ttopresenta- tlve congress, knight, 31; s,., ht williams 38;, tvjember -central mcintosn, n. foster.l; state" burke, harold davey henry endly 32; o. phillips, -n. stone, 51; assembly, elmer cotton, 38; claude splcer, summers, 24;' wilcox, 42; beal, oldham, williams, backus, 67scounty haigh 50; 52; hawley, robert pulley, rankin, 39; w; 61; treasur er, 21; ludwig, 62; wrlght,10; bradrick, irish, 54; clinton theobald, 52 "prosecuting 'f, stetson, 217; gar cooper, 27. .republicans b colo, 55; mccullock, w." lieut. clarence kim- ball, q. hildebrandt, 12 smith 37; qf fulhngton,20; s.a. stillwe'll, archer, day,54 j.g. price, 64; justice" giger: k, kennon, mar- shall, 34; richards. 'ed ward terra),thomos jones s, durand, benson alvin f; ingorsoll, c; 9;, 41; 27; chas. siqoyer, intosh, f, foster, j..f, endley, 28; 6, j.n. stone represent ative 44; spicer,9; 71; clorh comqn para wlhams 34 n, back us, 74 haigh, 47; haw. ley 36; ,w. 60; "w. 63; coun jy 68 pros ecuting av tetson 37 county. .coroner,, jl is, a.- mcqueen,3j kuss, ., i,,t$, .m&iubw com aalttae, poburu, v, 1;" hamoa kreeger, masters re-appointed mad& excellent sowing term ex pected future. supervision board education district lorain mot e, foster's office saturday tran sact important business maters. matters minor importarico takeu most thing selecting superin tendent. chosen without mucn discussion card next two salary $3,200. mx. somo time carried his duties ublllty care. line satisfactory people boar! shown by .appointment mr. wast ers experienced knows ahout school affairs tako care while holding tht soffice. ho conducted schools brown- helm, black river, avon, avon lake, shoffolld aro district,, an intelligent way. interested takes pleasure iri doing things well. belelves thoroughness- since accepting offer great deal .done him make more thorough. improvement made schpols ways atid assurance success ful certain improve'd ways. well liked every children especially grown know ready do anything them, any they neod it. alwayb them' feel way through unceasing eff orts are' what today furth'er assured appointment -tor tdrm. board, children, paronts th'o genpraf sure continue upward path started them bo higher plane efficiency expiration office. did you see mayor tarred ..'featherd accident? bessie love "a fighting colleen. conference ministers does work. rev. hunter just -from chicago where att ended parts the' states. 63 small towns larger cltleb -some far away denver pittsburg. lasted weeks arid during attended lectures morning northwestern university afternoon visited different churches downtown spent socia settlements. form tie interesting structive lessons learned. wore divided into four groups group cary special groups" down town, suburban, foreign speaking, industrial. huntot elected chairman suhurban asl its head there. leading authorities church speak those attendance gave would benefit minister help cided ending pleased benefits derived plans are" under kto order san francisco york. who convinced men t,helr think should chance attend confroonco kind. pretty girl even she's born tho. tenement-;? coll een.' cutters wages question stonecutters haye strike 'for 8(111 refusing work, "came as. argument importance nnd wages. plants ohio, cut shut down, prpbaply several days before agree ment reached. nw-tlmts, vt try driving 'em double kl musician honor passing newly composed 80ng columbusohio. word received here mrs, alice powers jluthof columbus, daughter mrsthmw, judges judged songs reoeltfcpntebt writers tbjsjompose beshfor 'boosting colnmbus. mrs. ruluvulved am "herst part'ofwjifct la ter moved columbus her hus band. living amhefst she always music improve musical clinations. moving she' had really tlma prominent circles city part riiusicans article col umhus dispatch tells contest gives name ruth judgo. bud wjflson,, colored musican, reported springfield temporarily, ib winner ?100 prize offered organlzationv-for-merly known half-million song boosting columbus. called, "columbus, my beautiful home," words wilson, tecent ly lived litchferd hotel. song, believed, soon become favorlto street, theaters home. decided 50 or songs' submitted x edna paino fenlmore, lific composers more- serious musio, lillian sharp, merabers-of women's pure typo jpf irish beauty? bessie, colleen." ". mill tax levy. carries big majority levy mills union i(primary el ection tuesday. voted l shows wish carry undertake. available district, enable euro expenses run proper mannor, selling news papers street world? desire express ap preciation confidence showed me your primary, want assure that, if elect ed, shall constantly prove inyself worthy confidence, candidate senate ticket. george lyons milton thuraa nre visit team play maccabbees winning again8t stiff team. strong bruce baseball first pf town sunday brandt's purk. maccabee furnish opposition. the, give game, outfit no 'doubt however- bu -will able take, camp crowd should' witness game. bruces h"ive fine reputation around .amherst having defeated teams played munity picnic downing u. automatic scpre 14 novelty makes games players pmyers naving piayea witn chippy, pitch er playing national tube lorain. whirlwind pitcher caused favorable comment tom bruce, catcher outfit, player position. amherst's strongest offers of) surounding country. hard task beat helps win rate positions put combinations amherst. too probably little worry dif ficulty overcome. vi)l start 2:30 expected "bo hand. romance ten ements? in- wednesday noon hike oak point wed. members hiked lake erie afternoon. about girls trip port time. left arrived afternoon, .in bathing auu games. in' wie ner, corn marsbmallow roast prepared ''eats." party returned evening. tim memorial committee mooting twon hall thurs night. ouly ave portance transacted. report commit tee pudllshed been. likely printed issue puper. wesbecer son cleveland whera expect ed atend basebhll between york cleveland, howeyor called off ou account rain squirrel season opens sept. 15 cl08es oct. 20. hunting impression that' squ irrel begin licenses bear dnto incorrect official notico soason open persons taking sport particular attention dates anyone found guilty wlllbo secuted. counties 3tate federation active ensuing organizing. sup interchurch movement "activities. promotion federations pities undertaken coming es. ru ral districts joined citlos, onu agencies strengthening rural churches. "the churches" 1919. governing body council delegates conferences, conven tions, assemblies, synods ecclesiastical bodies. thompson, president university, president, anderson, formerly field movement, secretary. fol lowing denominations affiliated: brethren, congregational, disciples christ, evangelical association, lu theran (miami synod), methodist episcopal; protestant, mor avian, presbyterian, reformed in. salvation army, presbyterian. baptists yet feder ation so acion executive baptist convention .at 'next 'meeting, "? survey commenced move ment, now lamb continued. position supervlspr. unwritten code newsboys? card.of thanks we thank neumeister kind sympathy selection, singers fur nished him. our frlend3 relatives floral offerings, offering death beloved brother, georgo. louis schlefersteln family. winters south friday elyria talk evening 8:00. meeting square pluce secured address topic "our republic aud .keep ing god hearts." beside lecture j otnor amusements entertain tnose attend. meetings regularly attended. thew seem get alive terest comm unity community spirit thun almost olse. talks beneficial ure rived times. fino speaker teresting deliver message peoplo tholr life town. interestedvin gro wth unirls willing everything to'help gress. friends county: means expressing appreciation loyal campaign nom jnatlon sincerely yours, lawrence webber miss lucille royce spending guost heleno baker st. chalmer mcdonald rodier homo mr, stang tor refused home fob torla. reatf thenewsi'flmes loses 10 organization could pass fa8t fast nicholas six bcore. unable headway. took lead ahead throughout. runs, scattered amhorst scored soventh then real ball. tho'st. finish main tained load end. lor ain twirled helser mostly nicholas' won kept httb scatered nil commended lose. line-ups summary are: 3 r 0 4 11 ,3 40 9 '2 .601 2 wragg, 3b 2b good, ruth, ct helser, p nuby, rf sb mollson, 3b' shlnsky, totals ,, kenfg, cf bevls, ss stefonlk, lb saltls, talatnlk, kacur, .totaj;'; ;vj how crooked gets graft? vitagraph's "a, past, preseent future bly meet assemb nominated wll go marlon, day, 19th, call upon senator harding later presiding officer senate. matter course, former officers attaches gen eral assemblies expected, will' welcomed co-laborers welfare state. entirely non political already said details (fully determined on, ad dress loving cup oldest earliest al assembly attending. comrudeshlp like comradeship army lifo gathc'rlng undoubtly delightful one. requested send once maynard, house representatives, complete arrange ments sent information. fight? thanks. egll boatiful consolation tine rendered, pythian sisters, p;, lnttln offerings recent bereavement. justls ludwig catherine cameron elizabeth french newsberry model tene ment? dandy film, purcell family motor od doylestown friends. flora hearn brother nor wood youngatpwn. pankott harris st., cently purchased reo machine. 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|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1920-08-12|
|Date of Original||1920-08-12|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio Historical Society|
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