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tp5' ri.hiaia3hiai!iiihi!m i tim ads get results the amherst up-to-dat and newsy " hxk oki mim volume t no. 12. amherst, ohio, thurs day, january 24, 1918. subscription, 91.50 per year times poultry show under wayi greatest in history hundreds of prize winning fowls displayed over 50 exhibitors, 500 birds. better quality than at cleveland hall fine shape officers working hard. a blaze. patriotic decorations, anj with large attendance, poultry-ahow opened wednesday ' redlngton hall, to continue, afternoon eevnlng, till saturday night members scientific association, wao3e auspices is held, are unanimous .saying it mid fact, dne state. only size did beat local one, while "has on" any held this part country. birds being judged by george h. northup granville, n. y., judge national reputation. mr. jjudged bfrds last satisfaction all. entries from distant points. numbers does not have apologize. there nearly entered exhibitors. several entrants strings entered, whole truckful came elyrla, association holding an exhibition year. cardington, milan, mantua, lorain, elyria, wellington, clevealnd other points, many would even farther points had weather been so severe. practically every breed variety on display. probably number ancona class, but .the old "standby's," "white wyandottes, barred white plymouth rocks, leghorns,, minorcas, bhahmas, partridge cochins, hamburgs, others" hand. novelties, such as game birds; turkeys, geese, belgian hares pheasants show. merchants' displays. boothb aer used merchants display their wares. c. j. ashenbach has "booth for free sewing machine, which he agent. boy scouts help. ohio are" going campaign actively sale united states war savings stamps thrift stamps. "special plan solicitation worked out organization. they received personal commendation president wilson work two liberty bond campaigns will operate tinder so-called "red postcard" selling headquarters contemplate distribution 5,000,000 these order postcards. rae similar "blue postcard," orders taken filed mail carriers. already scout masters various sections country complaining that committee underestimates extent 'otk do t&mpaign. instead average 15 applications each member contemplated f postcards" officials organization declare averse approximate closer 30. "we believe we can more ancle sam expects us," one executives written committee. mrs. jos. wesbecher arrived klesimmee, fla., joining her husband ttere, after adventurous trip. she was due arrive saturday. noon, sunday evening found fl jacksonville. train ne -was wag nel(j up dy gnow aaaltlon bettlng tne paper week, wo secretary & necessitating n enormous amount work. then ere day away us could go 'out our advertising. pity poor editor. teach er: now, then, what were you kte fori johnny. school, furniture company attractive booth filled some its finest offerings. b. avery, jeweler, full line victrolas. frederick sons hardware buckeye incubators, brooders, remedies food, attracted much attention. news displaying samples job benefit visitors lorain herald four silk flags give best cock, hen, cockere land pullet plates eggs, both brown shelled, which' prizes "have offered. special prizes. put list "the exhibitors stirving. include $15 cash, $5 $2.50 cash prizes, besides ribbons. winners also carry percentage entrance money. pullets, woven wire fencing incubator be given nights attendance good. first good, -indications people will- visit last, when 3,000 admissions counted. cause canceling shows ttie flocking here. association. follows: p. d. barber. vice r. moff. e. a. little. treasurer fred bodman. executive chas. 'kre-ger, . barkley, stanley krajeski. advertising moff, edward martin, hurlbut. manager j, brown. assistant awards. hoped publlra winnings issue times, might reach readers time justice advertisers, decided defer awards next given. manly hurlbut england. letter hab monly hurlbut, son baying safely england health. says his squadron good quarters well cared for. hr. 117th aero service qaurtered mineola, long island. business men. subjects touched upon meeting men thursday interest everybody known solicited funds everything sun. most common petty nuisances, costs aggregate esormous turn course year, program entertainment town hall. needed. whereupon "dummy" prepared, space sold pay cost program. 1b almost useless merchant. advertiser off if simply donate coupel dollars charge profit loss. suggested bust ness men's paid secretary, save solicitor calls srogram, bo sent secretary. sees fit, may undertake print ed, entire borne make pro rata merelunt small stun. same manner, requests donations lump sum, deemed worthy, allotted deserr lng charity. hosed sugges tion uto practical work- immediate future. exclusive serg. maj. otto mlschka. (special correspondent.) camp sherman, cnillicothe, jan. 23. rigid investigation into alleged exorbitant prices charged taxis operating between chilllcothe nine post exchanges conducted department inspection bu- teau. above investigations specifically ordered newton baker. non-commissioned all regiments called together regiments, quizzed data taken. general concensus opinion gleaned throughout cantonment effect exhorbitation prevails, although taxi serv ice posts government supervision. testimony stating articles sell cities 'for 25 35 cents cent or canteens. exhorbltant revealed ab high $2 bring person camp, distance three miles. maximum rate now versa during night, price doubled passenger rides six blocks interurban railroad station. straw vote inspector showed sammies favor 10 cen day. laying stress business, since 1 placed entirely hands t. fay cleveland. , disclosing somewhat inferior 300 machines highway replaced including auto-omnibuses, resulted less reckless driving proportionate increase safety passengers. occa-. sional mishap reported heretofore mishaps accidents, especially along columbus avenue, main thoroughfare, occurrences. commencing tuesday week enlisted forbidden use .toledo cincinnati avenues walking. man must barracks streets pathway canal plied portsmouth days before advent steam railroads. military police instructed arrest using highways walking purposes. issued prevent pedestrians struck automobiles insure uninterrupted service. orders, presumably ousted aftermath inspect.on made, posted bulletin board approximately 150 companies cantonment: "officers patronize following named places hclllicothe, unless a' certificate health bureau: restaurants, hotels, booths barber shops, manicure parlors, cream parlors soda fountains. enforce regulation." effort suppress erroneous matter circulated largely daily weeluy papers, sort of-censorship buerau established. disclosed write home deliberately lying about life solicit sympathy, cases complaint letters, unjustly written, find way print. toledo seelct recently -wrote friend persons froze death false matter, tried sentenced court martial serve 30 hard labor. selects western pennsylvania army freedom here comfortable despite cold snap suffering middle west. necessary details, hauling coal rations, made snap. takes care drifted snow front barracks. sufficient comfort hand enough rations store provide isolated couple weeks. doing no drilling col dsnap. kept manual arms tactics training. devoted studying elements rifle engaged practicing semaphore wigwag signaling. expert signal regiment breaking lntelegraph operators. mcnab instruction extensively practiced this. stephen8 dies. charels stephens, former resident, passed flrday morning unlonville. 39 years leaveb widow, daughters sons. deceased lived time, stonecutter, eagle lodge. funeral monday. advertise times. pays. monday place go, deserted al manufactur-. ing concerns close. result order. conserve fuel, spent rebtless days, -on "heat-less" monday, village dead deadest backwoods town. groceries meat markets closed noon. drug stores open medicinal preparations prescriptions. usually "dark" motion picture houses, amusement shut people. housewives, who attention order, themselves short provender supper. five shutdown hits many. five-day hit industries quarries closed, u. s. automatic also, though interpretations certain whether forced seen fit open. was, trouble. condemned obeyed. bhops stop description, allowed regular editions newspapers. crowded tihs industry others, overtime idle hours. little traffic interurban, generally believing conditions townsso why elsewhere search amusement? houses programs, telephoning lorain. smallpox caes amherst. messle, living sister, william shauver, east park ill case diagnosed smallpox. quarantine. hospital. donation hospital, receiving vegetables, canned fruit chicken received, hospital heads greatly appreciative. furlough. james brennan, stationed sheridan, montgomery. ala., seven david sr., mother, seriously granted leave absence. big meeting; successful start postoffice makes ruling. notice handed saturday, bear careful citizens, primarily affcting ruling growth village, occurrence families having name. co-operation postmaster inconvenience notice. feb. 1, street address delivery. stiwald, postmaster. german aliens register. among regulations registration alien enemies february following: males age 14 upward are, required publication affidavit registrant accompanied unmounted photographs, signed across face obscure features, finger prints shall enemy again appear befora officer obtain u card, ivlll name left thumb card carried .he future identification. changes jilace reibdence another within district mu&t once report change officer. move without permit application ermlt form furnished justice, giving "full particulars date, reason change, intended resi dence. mistakes week. editor lilies see. them paper. publishers keep minimum. excuse. weeks office force top speed. duties newspaper office. come unending stream. necessary. evening, web' up, editor's hourb 7 0, correcting galleys; s 9, orchestra rehearsal; 9 20. reading proof; 1:30 11:30, eagle's smoker; 11:30 1.30, making ap th staying late. half past 12 sleepy eyes slept standing up. accounts lines mliplayed, lost. we're trying, .some win containing single error ommission commission. comes, mil-ledum reached. yet awakened need buying duty exactly like buy bonds. purchase btamps leads banks needed blanks buyers information set forth thib helping finance war. spring owner preparation. bvery citlien should feel oct back help 1t snake world safe democracy, very stamp lick helps kaiser. try elsssified ad banquet smoker thur8day night. constitution by-laws presented committees appointed elected. ! attended lot representative men, effected new auspicious beginning, co-operate should, amborst ia awakening nave before. tew selectons composed j rehearsal played fa creditable manne.r frank kingman, clarionet; f. miller. drums; casper plato, saxophone; m fleckner, piccolo; oehr. violin; baker, cornet; lit tle, piano. attorney sxnythe few remarks opening meeting, objects o. baker unanimously elected president, honor earned efficient bodies civic nature. wm. miller chosen; j.j. smythe louis lerch treasurer. ashenbach, chosen remarks, urged present sit expect "run" organization, bat continue coming meetings, success. ms told organizations started bravely, dwindled finally died. initiation fee dues provided. consisting tunned prepare by-laws. discussion membership requirements membership. offered waa adopted providing $1, monthly cents, 75 extra month houses. allow associate firms attend meetings participate entertainments, wol firm disproportionate dues. foster explains mayor interpret questions, aayor answered ability. suggestions propositions take future, st. social followed. adjournment music, old-fashioned bauer kraut welners, followed cards discussion. retained. is, begin see results. lumber holds stockholders' friday afternoon, i. annual stockholders re- l ports year's largest organ- ized, preceding 6 dlvi-dent declared paid. w. menz, holl-stein, l. lersch menz weer re-elected directors com- pany. supply co. meeting. c dividend paid, prosperous j- schibley, k. jenne. bechtel. stein tjoe-blus directors. gets another. bays .thing, contradicts imps thies.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-01-24|
|Date of Original||1918-01-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-01-24 1 12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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