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the amherst news-times goes to svery home in amherst, south and brownhelm volume .xi, number 37 p., (thursday, aug. is, 1929 "the sandstone center of world" tf for high-grade job work at prices that are fair reasonable, see news co. om point fiew one election officials tokl us a rather amusing incident taking place during tho voting tuesday. lady approached official requesting ballot. usual question was put her touching on political persuasions. "are you democrat or republican?" asked official. eyed him coldly moment then queried gently, "is any concern yours?" after spending week wilds michigan trying lure bo-called "poor fish" into snapping wooden minnow wo would like suggest isaac walton go chase himself up an alley. isaac, it will be remembered, original fisherman who set forth his experiences with tyok bobber 'book. time has dealt gently ills narrative so even today may found many homes all libraries. among other things, mr. said something this effect: "patience is prime excellency true fisherman. rest hours without strike; dally idly while string neither tautens nor slackens bores frets rodsman." horsefeathcrs, 'mr. walton! or, .more exact fish iteathersl started newsboys were abroad long press hour, announcing loud voices jury verdict particularly sensational sordid murder trial. "snook gets chair." well, way it's too bad. man capable ot holding position faculty state's largest university about die .the instrument executionconvicted black, reeking crime. former rapid fire pistol champion world, night three months distant, walk through "little red door" ohio death house settle account society. six thousand volts electricity sign :the receipt. ves, capital punishment its foes friends, but there none can gain say statement. jevery murderer executed by state chances each law-abiding citizen 'living ripe old age bettered least per cent. executions have effect they not deter would-be murders, hut will, time, make race killers obsolete. long, from now, perhaps, certainly approaching. ancient 'belief ostrich discriminating appetite beasts. recently autopsy performed west african speci men, following thlfigs bird's "in nards": several gloves, handker chiefs, wire clippings, tire valve, coin, film spools 65 articles no known food value. isclence congratulated discovery. people scoff idea fhat human beings as careless their diet tilts' particular os trich, nevertheless true. overeat, fill them selves when hungry, eat angry excited, every bit foolish matter ostrich. do consume handkerchiefs valves, hoy things ultimately prove just harmful them, contain little value, these articles. watch what eat! take only purest, finest your ivstem. nalnnce plan proper combinations careful don't ostrich! reading ambassador james w. gerrard's book, "face fare kalserlsm," impressed (he part which he ('ralt loumallsm germany course chapter lie stated and- espt" c.lamv trials, received space german papers how different american ideas. seem 'be interested such reading. demand it. why big metro polltan paper. question, public better off. :so more interesting ele vating items had day's events with' out going unwholesome matters. but, again, giving demand. c saunders. elizabeth city n. c, publisher pajamas wiiicl wore streets arrested, nothing wai law actioi punishable. instead being punish ed saunders praised lorn proclamation s:nn; citizci right, dress sh pleased. tins -tarted something, sev eral nth i 'lta-. thiuugliuii' th u. s. adui-iui,; int. i. junta costu .,e. kolde road paved soon improvement assures good lake route started'ln near fu lire kolbe hoad, giving" fine quick outlet lake. plans finished, signed, bid advertised week, contract probably let within next two weeks. stage con traction, asure north winter. leavitt forward rapidly. hard top on, sometime ssptem- ompleted ber. both roads im proved . adds unusual feature meats win weird elyria eke lucky woodmen spite poor baseball albert t. reid most hectic games ever played mischka meats, themselves, eked 17-h elyrla wood men last sunday. inning turned trick. nine hit bases balls, numerous gifts, locals tallied 13 runs. final counting game shows total 31 runs, 38 hits, errors. lead departments, leading making 11 16 local players accounted error excepting towne h. burton. hutton becker contributed faulty placing management again evidence, games, nearly cost victory. hill lasted one-third innings. tills allowed five hits barck took hurling burden, if hardly noticeable. possible absence burton reasons barck's ineffectiveness. artillerymen four singles. olson ryan ryan, buslc krieg collected hits. towne's playing short defensive bright spot play 'meats. eagles here sunday- coma harris street field sunday finish earlier season. ended 1-to-1 tie, effort made break deadlock. fagles came, ace defeating team sunday, consid ered strongest outfit appeared 'season bartlome, amherst's jinx. back mound, great pitching 111 bej clty could i.iho pons n pnd 1 starts c.e. pavingjrogram y p, ibatnj twelve votes hurt gas explodes collect real off delivery, sure form meats. smith, lb 6 bako, 2b 5 heath, 3b krieg, cook, p baitc, rf ferguson, cf 4 read, ss tj ii 71 ... mcies ay ramous rrm:r iu siefonlck, appear weekly totals 46 14 18 24 paper towne, 2 12 laie nr. i'rana v,raue unco berk designated edgar watson howe sjge potato hill." tribute tne wisaom ana jommonsense howe, whose column, "here's howe," itarts week. born treaty, ind., 1854, ed, been around printing offices since 12, always lived small towns. already accomplished typesetter, newppaper jobs ventures became 1s77 editor proprietor atchison, kansas, globe, whuh famous newspaper united states filling napes clever observations life retired over 30 years later, becoming world-famous writing important books, story berk, barck, rf-p olson. gleason, 3 becker, 2b-rf -- burton, lelmbach, ! hutton, p-2b 42"17 20 27 ir, william schultz suffers severe body burns working severely burned friday afternoon thew shovel works where employed. according information supplied company injured lit match examine coupling gasoline tank. tank exploded, although tained months. fumes secreted air tight container blamed accident. pipe extension below wishing determine connection enough struck work. explosion followed, pinning beneath re moved st. joseph's hospital fellow workmen extricated position, condition reported serious. two-base buslr,' ryan. runs' olson, ryah. sacrifice stolen ' guson, barck. iij double plays-towne io hu'ton. complete completion paving main country highways scheduled latter month, statement county englnere c. biggs. telegraph ttte erie line completed weeks, avon finished ittree couple exchange vows miss evelyn tisdale ray hollingsworth married cooper planning strong campaign contractors expect plete oct. com- engineering mayoralty draws move equipment morning preparatory seven streets, constitutes extentlve sireet program undei taken years. actual monday. expecting fin ish entire 10 days 1. notes issued town antlclp itlon bond issue ac commodated sinking fund trustees, locul banks lorain bank ofl commerce. necessarily delayed ulitll money available acceptance notes. start franklin avenue, alter preliminary done crew kept busy. planned sewer another hh "nine policy used construction departments. manner progiess systematically same time. include franklin, east martin, prospect, hazel, east, tenney jackson. nuby own ideas mayor's funeral services david brennen, sr., laid saturday calvary cemetery carrie tisdale, daughter 'mrs. r. k. h holllngs- worth, son mrs. henry holllngsworth, thursday evening rev. f. e. eastman bride's park avenue. wedding moat elaborate ceremonies year. exchanged before lmprovled altar palms, gladioli, pink white streamers march ibelng eastman. lillian ellerlngton, bride groom's niece, attended bride, acted best man. holllngsworth graduated high srhooll year's class member congregational church. republican nominee thanks constituents support cooper, nominated ticket mayor primaries, mud promised against dcm ocratlc opponent, fi. j. slppel indicated expects fight tile november elections hold ing much promise titled. remeni'ber excitement amherstlte3 did suggested once ought to1 year ago. president thej "i wish extend my states, some voters amherst," friends toll morning, "for 'me thought niigitl nomination. elected idea. clean administration." believe questioned further regarding , fitter john fritz platform, staled hulled ready commit yet. ex- arthur tolliurst, automotive expert. dear art written certainty we must begin doubting. anyway feeling roofeis sheet uietul workers nut get tin-honors en- pectlng election. congratulations prominent republicans grange meeting hickory tree members regular hall bren nen, died wednesday morning. 7, nem a. m. halllnnworth methodist church affiliated internally mrs few days. town." fil thorough bellefontoine insight present-day writer. vnrlr deep banian appeal, presented simple, homely btyle qualities conversation be- ween plain people. "plain peo-1 me " bv tl" way. nam-1 d autobiography. "it be"er safe than sorry." 'id. epigrams become our national inheritance. exponent oun'ry journalism though offers, never consented office. devoted kan. kan., chief interest, somehow heart world wherever english read spoken. frederick, o. st hospital, lorain, owing elschen. mass mug children's choir. pall j hearers michael slnvln. ncw-v .1 : ii. gallagher, pa'iick mcgarvey, gldlln, rod-msnn. finiiegan. liurlal cemetery. rela-, t'vex atlelrtcd. including "ii crosiey -ien. n'ew york city: visiting thomac brennen peter gun hathaway cleveland, jnrdon d-trnlt. attorney a''orney harold peshek confined c'vi!.vil linens. tm assume duties aerie eagles. employed signalman new central railroad. ceremony rouple left extended honeymoon northern cunada. met session tuesday evening, attendance present. business session, charge rltz- row presented: vocal duet, oliver katherlne kolbe, mildred ruth piano; solo, wanda heacock; banjo duet. misses marian witte nnd leotl marshall; upon return piano: reading, "slavery," m filyrla standen: piano violin alexander ken attend th"ndoro henes walter ball '"""""ii mi" indians phlla-'c'ti'mj athletics cleveland - .i.,v neth alexander. contest followed ladles' prize awarded marshall mens george cotton. refreshments served merthu abel washing machine makes bum abandoned horse word birth clarence grugel, cleveland. orugel .resident. dobbin! man's trusted friend, h" pushed down, tramped upon, ignored, snubbed, laughed a', until faintest trace? 'self-respect vlsfblo. past 15 exceedingly drab affair. gone slilny smiles'. smart harnesses w' o keep shoes tip-top order. sole responsibilities fronting dobbin mechanized consist hauling ash carts sometimes garffage wagons hither yon degrading dregs horse-dom days, occasionally plow hauled, harrow lo dragged, usually fills dpne monstrous thing snorts, roars stalls. cause ( f-ir horse, cmrse. automobile. dob- n'nw paity arqulring bins responsibility glv'ng down fall be-' r nsh'ered trial, concluded i'i'ikr quickly smaller end bar-.lick robinson. gn'n exemplified shape poor, broken i'owii brute con- reived greater hatred those marvelous, labor saving devices call machines. property decided needed wasfllng horso learned need machine. natural swap, inclinations known. swap wash- dobbin. accordingly looked party fie first strenuous piotest told "swap swap" hail passefl possession forever andl some. .ip-shot whole world. admit owning animal, admission renounced claims the"liorse present bumming town, practically kind hearted dies. otto k m1'- iika, agent tor humane society, lias considerable damage gardens properties. intention impound animal ind intimated owner am ex-owner remainder argument swords pistol", dis posed of. fact, parties dispute spoken times court doubtlessly will. stales senate cabinet wind jammer pretty beat com pany jamming wind, ami mi note gasi bills lately agree rest. art, i" price putty, doe apply politics alone well. serious this. roofer ran tell nobody heard about. lot cities service, water systems, happens? elect thinks somebody runs sewing ml knows raisins ga.i sci vice systems four-cylinder use welcoming utility commission talking woman's club. want nomi nation town. know are, don t care, because tin- expert bungs u flag rear truck show anything counect.nl away from. worst tiling happened you. woulilu try fun uphill, buildings run down. folks receipt besides promises investigations. mayor. i'll vote can. yours honest elections, nabakowski brisk balloting expected plurality won nomination contested cither august primaries secured 120 compared tha 10s ballots cast nlcholl, opponent. heavy, g. p. brought larger percentage anticipated. democratic office seekers unopposed drew .15 votes. aggregate 228. large names in, resulting cases seeking tom bruce, marshal, oftlce, gave bruce ago signified resigning term expired, likely mays, opposition elections. elirman allle kuss clerk trea-suier respectively. ehrman opposed charles miller, incumbent, plato, name in. councllmanlc slate, includes baker, robert cioniwell hearn. salilers candidates. hathaway's wiltten democrats cox, kane, powers, stlwald schaeffer represent november. precinct count candidate given below: b v 51 36 nlcholl 41 win. f.hrman 70 5s treasurer kns 85 63 marshal -d mays .. bus marlowe miller fred ilolzhaucr foster council (). baker lloberl cromwell chas. hearn 35 sablers 21 werner zilch g hubbard ('. e i'd -ort'e lloffner frank lleldeu sharp wm wllker alvln brown emory sclilbley 66 71! 57 9 47 4s 55 52 board affairs l. sam wragg conrad 33 chas 64 72 53 ....... ma-j care whether lives florists picnic iiraln floral association held vermlllon-on-the-lake approximately 175 attending. features occasion between rldgevllle an- moelilus plato .marshal cox kane powers wm. rosenkranz bert edwards mike hoard d. barber s joseph wesbecher 7 113 17 painlessly annihilated tagonlzers bemus paclfers unless heirt forestalls executioner. second fiddle humiliation endured. serve dinner ladles catholic chicken school hall, 11:30 o'clock. tickets now sale purchased ann's invited. 16-7. tending mus, mukar family clifford. gormley, dangle, clifford be-1 family.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1929-08-15|
|Date of Original||1929-08-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1929-08-15 12 37|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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