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mm volume i, no. 16. amherst, ohio, thursday, february 14, 1918. subscription, $1.50 per year goes! attraction here friday e titute d trapping season ucces plays goo of rs arthur hunt chute, back from front, will tell war conditldns. in thick fight on western mow writer and uecturer benefit varsity "a' association. through tlio enterprise the "a" association amherst high school, co-operation h. s. foakins, new physical director, amherat listen night to one best attractions lecture field it is possible secure. chuto, author "the heal front," which be his topic, speaker. he he3t speakers america today. rare ones, who have returned with ability impart by tongue or pen tragic experiences has passed. mr. chute among few surviving original officers first canadian contingent. fought france for nearly two years, somo greatest battles war, suffered a concussion somme, later was invalided service. now confines himself mainly literary work. been contributing chiefly following british american publications: blackwood's, chambors harper's, north review, leslie's collier's. ' real fronf." chute's subject bo . front." deal hidden things, not, merely within trenches, but "hearts men were, comrades.. story human interest extraordinary value. saturday spool; at colonial club cleveland, so may assured ia getting an magnitude. responsible bringing here. association, charge athletic, activities small debt o nts hands, hopes clear up before opens spring. there might even a" surplus start season, feaklns hopes. presenting mr, opportunity afforded learn actual conditions battle lines france. as several home boys are either already tho trenches their way, talk cannot fail every person full house should greet lecturer. tickets sale elyria, lorain schools, kuss drug store. father son meeting stone church sunday period between feb. 11 17 suggested y. m. c. a. national week, effort re-emphasize importance comradeship lathers sons. line belief that fathers sons ought worship gether, special service them held evangelical (stone) nt 10 mothers daughters invited, too. sun day school 9 m., young peo ple'b 6:30 p. evening 7 o'clock. all welcome. receiver's sale. f-tato county lorain, ss. court common pleas, w. burrows, plaintiff vs. - , 14g86 daniel qonoveit, defendant. 23rd february, 1918, wm a, miller, receiver herein, fer accordance order above issue, certain desperate disputed claims showing tl)e books mill works co., list furnished any interested request. take place my office, room vkolbe, olock, u ciqcic(a. ra:( 23. x fi'7' i- wm. -a'.' mill'er. st '. -1! receiver. 41 f. i savings boosted. patriotic citizens co-operate push ing local sales. times takes pleasure calling attention page advertisement this issue. sales stamps while averaging well list, nevertheless could much higher without doing town its people bit harm. would big feather amherst's cap able say sold more than other similar com munity. further result, pa triotic citizens, firms contributed toward paid advertisements boosting stamp atlas engineering blum & del-bridge plato coal supply co. contributors week's advertisement, thanks times, already, will, purchase stamps, duo them. advertisements. ohio expected own least ?iio worth dec. 31. only advertising make result possible. again we thank contributors. today valentine day. most important event cal endar man woman valentino day, feb". 14. pretty affairs book stores good, seemingly being no diminution demand. however, sensi ble ldenf prevalent. old-time comics fallen disrepute, occasional ono purchased. maybe it's postcard ariety, development last costing fraction elaborate valentines former favored ones. purchasers include g 25, gray-haired follows still delight remembering helpmates. average substantial married immuno, except instances. cleveland paper said: "married exemptfrom buying valentines." library open. after closed three weeks public .open public. shortage gas cause closing, bu. thero trouble source. seed time close hand get ready not enough high-grade spinach, peas, beans some oth er things those early likely what they want. ap proach spring great rush seeds. means ahead! buy me very brings mat tp.r seeds 'front. how thought arevyou giving question seeds? thousands dollars lost overy planting inferior bumper crops quality grown mongrel breeding selection just im portant seeds' animals. good grow bred can produce something while. false economy low-priced saveu beginning mean loss one-half crop. counts. consumers looking never before, pay give tins question. catalogs many novelties attractive descriptions. packets promising varieties test you find better kind planting. old .standard staunch, friends past, js safe trust until found. farm journal. mrs. e. thompson elyria r. kelley visited tuesday parents, baker, 5" goal situation relieved firm plentiful o"n tracks bad next year. extent lack ven ter, mo nas ueen tun misgivings part both dealers consumers. company present around 200 tons soft track, promised, problem winter least, seems settled. received coal, were coming short intervals relievo householders there. casper says, serious in. fuel long lasts little stock summer, reasons given long, chief scarcity labor mines, government's re quirements. possiblo summer -those waiting .till lato fall themselves precarious .con dition, 'probable. thaw fever balmy weather inaugurated wednesday hung going press, though reason suppose longer. snow covered streets depth inches practlaclly gone, evidences found sides. street commissioner assistants took advantage bareness dis-poso winter' accumulation dirt, mud papers refuse. clean sanitnry appearance also seen windows merchants, opening boxes rear stores, windowb washed. time3" included yet. tljere report robin, honorably discharged. "thomas gotro, located camp mcarthur, texas, member 12cth infantry, discharged grounds homo. gotro's division recently ordered abroad tuscauta. probably escaped icy bath waters -atlantic, if worse. fred messle out siege ofsmallpox, aliens register. postmaster stiwald office force postofflco kept busy la3t week registering unnaturalized germans alien enemies. wcro 15 registrants told. henry balzer register followed him. balzer, occasions attempted become naturalized, did papers, fire destroyed them,, classed alien. ho considers unlucky. water pipes frozen. pipe main near viaduct business houses weeks, residents samo position. warm days operated 'to relieve difficulty extent. heavy financial damage undoubtedly result. wcsbechor hardware store, daunted freezing pipes, laid street, surface ground, spite freezo-up. mrs catherine brill dead ill passed away her brownhelm thursday morning, days. sho years old. pneumonia immediate causo death. widow late conrad brill. seven children survive, roth, grand rapids, michigan, william, 'leo, bertha, esther mabel sisters, william brill, brownhelm, snyder, south ridge; brothers, george lipphard c'onrad lipphardt survive. funeral afternoon 12:30 german reform brown- helm 1. services conuucieu rev. firestono interment cemetery. conversation our girls ot marriageable age recently, she volunteered information, concern- inc determination remain i,niii.nvnr column, saying: "it costs live decided to. add bur- ,iona prices reouceu they'may feel indulging such 'luxuries.' small, henpecked about tako examination life inaiirnnpfi. "you don't dissipate, do you?" asked .hn nhvsiclan. made tests. "not fast liver, anything nf sort?" hesitated moment, looked frightened, then replied piping voice:."! sometimes chew gum," seed: early, advice doling "first come, served" basis. dealer told us supplies scarce high; farmers gardeners orders insure supply. ferry bros., beed detroit, aro sending hut portions dealers. varieties, allotments half. corn scarce. peas in- years. working served plan taking care orders. instead allowing each portion wants, fill" comes consequently buyers supplied. comers noth wait suffer convenience. hurry. issue thin news print falls arrive improve ment promised. "thin ones," containing over, insido pages supplied newspaper union. failed rather readors longer, went press it. refuse wait. manager at' offices resulted promise ship earlier confidently expect trouble. continued story, strongest secure, shortly started, when is, believed vicinity wish chapter, continue reading finish. dressed j. phelps. joshua phelps, formerly known amhprst, visitor arrayed like solomon glory, phelps created comment. attire consisted light tan suit, black binding edges, velvet waistcoat, whito pleated shirt, tie, pur ple satin scarf, white rose buttonhole couple diamonds completed outfit. bodmann spent business. read times. your friends. lent begins. annual fasting generally observed. begun. march 31, easter sunday, pious women catholic faith, measure denominations, observe fasting, nraver. ah- stinonce mirth frivolity p&1i kinds. milieu mates uemg led deeper devotion ever. frequent church, fr. sheffield, pastor, attended people. dealer's rules. rules posted neighboring experience customers during winter. good," otherwise. pick yourself: call know there's had. ask ton peck. unload hands. particles stick pores skin. pays saving. use shovel. coal. money hand. argue dealer. he's got troubles own. try hog car. others equal chanco. accidentally (?) drive load weighed complain because dirty. ever see coal? kick arrives powder form. dust settles. follow suit) railway yards hear engine whistle. train porkless unloading you'll mouth wagon box. smoko office. it'll habit. prominent quietly wed morning miss elizabeth schmitkons, edwin cotton united marriage thrusday o'clock neumeister parsonage thd church. bride daughter john schmitkons lake avenue, graduate efficient teacher principal gates elyria. groom fruit farm, identified. chif bureau horticulture, agricultural department ohio. left immediately extended trip southern states upon return homo columbus, sister acrl menz, amherst. improvements station repairs hall accommodate truck, completed. partition taken down moved, doors installation. electric wiring progress, fow truck home. work refitting flro appar atus progressing, painting finished, fin ally turned over village, am herst protected history. woman's missionary society methodist inter esting rms. k. jenne. splendid program arranged carried ut n. friend chris wilker, martin tuesday. farmer8 attendance; excellent; visitors. exhibits pupils intense everybody pleased talks. farmers' instituto attracted attendance nothing praise heard regarding programs rendered management affair. 'not came understanding farming various problems. friday's meetngs. program, charge' schmittkons, president institute, hunter opened prayer, address welcome mayor foster. spelling contest schools interest. ida durbin frederlcktown talked "mother girls." "nut culture ohio" robertson, nor-ivalk, session. addressed gathering, robertson spoke "finding mar ket." "soils, origin, nature, etc.," topic dr. g. d. hubbard oberlin. red cross illustrated "tho lakes" hubbard. saturday's program. brought crowd enjoy day's myron bachtel col-lego agriculture, gave "are large poor soil?" hayes, agent, "soli building." "spraying" the. robertson. address, "food conservation," rutledge, cleveland; "acid phosphate lime," bachtel; "potatoes," features. discussion persons geo. hill, elyria; o. witte, amherst; seymour norton, ryce holstein, lelmbach, vermilon. music interspersed talks carter jubilee singers. congregational ladles lerved dinner gymnasium. fine displays. village township had iplendid displays view. individual display middle ridge second honors. 3ernice fowl arst speaking helene baker master san-lrock levitt road third. byrd richmond 'spelled down" competitors .spelling contest, ora second. institute en-'ertained success ;n way hoped succeeding opened. york central railroad established house, 40 employed keeping track repair necessary agency. es-tabllshmnt camp, operation entire summer. mildred morrison pleases audience fourth number course, company, proved inui steal entertainment, audience. appeared advertise pays.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-02-14|
|Date of Original||1918-02-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-02-14 1 15|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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