|Save page Remove page||Previous||1 of 8||Next|
Loading content ...
iff '7 crerty mf; last alnd always vol. i, no. 35. subscription, 1.80 per year amherst, ohio, thur8day, july 4, 1918. official newspaper of the village ohio a t ii x. freedom for all j "1qi$. f forever amherst continues winning streak trims vermilion lake shores 1.0 to 3 in good game fahrney pitches. baseball team contln-ued its sunday after noon by trimming score of' 10 at brandt's park. tbo teams had met twice before this season, taking first 11 3, .the second, 2 0. so sunday's was rubber variety. blazing bud made lite miserable players start but finish brisk breeze advance heavy rain it more pleasant. there not great deal hitting game, most amherst's runs' being result errors on part ot the. opposition. as many previous games, visitors started with lead,- comlngj from behind and emerging ln front. "doc" south box locals, pitched game. ho struck out 12, allowed eight bits . craft also did 'good work, his support wabbly. nick bruce, contorfleld, couple fine catches, got two hits scored three times. manuel baker initial appearance first, handling himself like veteran. he one acrobatic stop; bat somewhat unfortunate. crowd very sllm.j brand ball supplied local 'team, shoudl be 200 or 300 persons every week. given proper support, can spread name "amherst'' over, wide territory. without strenuous methods will have used keep going. few details. four men inning, dropped third strike put runner baseband hit. craft's two-bagger second turned into run when pitch past becker. fifth another soma solid hitting, that they subsided were never dangerous. 'in third, bruce circuit. tbo; fourth five runa scored, cou ple omits ahd some, erratic playing visitors. th6 sixth nlek again, came home seventh. which plenty. score: r h c. 1 m. baker, lb 0 t. ootro, 2b rf gtugel, town, if lynch, fahrney, p l. gotro, '8b j..2 becker, c o n.- cf totals 7 e banning, 3b r.o baumhart, wright, 4 -krapp, ., k. leldhelser, : buehring, qraft, kishman, rna4ai nor ) ,uuiyi il u ft innings: pvermlllon 1001000 03 i'amherst 5 x stolen bases gotro (2), (2),l. n. kkrapp, kishman. base hit icraft. 10. balls off fahr- aey 1, 1. wild pitches 3raft 2, passed ualls seeker baumhart 3. umpire wait. pythian sisters installation. meet wed- ay evening, pur- ise installing following re- ntly elected officers ella jaeger. e. q. ada purcell. s. florence belden. e- j. bernlce carter; manager edith hoffner. protector carrie kreeger. guard elizabeth baus. f. minnie frederick. ii. & mayme members are requested esent meeting, summer. sewing society entertained. ladles' flgregatlonal church enter-kned wednesday afternoon uch parlors. hostesses mrs. orge parker charles good. schmauch spent week end i mother, dora schmauch, urntng- monday edgewood anal, laboratory cleveland. candlce wraer visited over ny friends slmore, qhk kill8 8elf while temporarily undalanced carlton clssne brooded iii health private funerla held thursday. clssen, 19 old son mr. v. clssne, ended life ,630 o'clock tuesday morning shooting head. is believed been unbalanced act committed, tho tragedy occurred the' flour room bakery, operated boy's father. father 20 feet lad time, in- room. curlton procured an revolver kept shop protection, cissne heard report revolver, merely some fireworks received no answer call, rushed rear boy found floor, head pool blood. unconscious, hastily summoned doctor pronounced him dead, probably instantaneous. hi years. about years ago young became stricken epilep'sy, become serious late. evening attending motion picture show, evident recurring attacks source worry him, though expressed any suicidal intents. body removed the" furniture co.'s undertaking establishment. funeral thursday morning, taken norwalk burial. popular man large circle friends. attendant methodift church, pastor which, rev. a. hunter, conducted services. lad's inother prostrated shock. family has sympathy community. surviving, beside parents, brother, charles, aged 8 surgical dressings clas8 discontinued until further notice, elastics library. lack gauze make cause. statement city paper, where classes discontinued, says such need tor 'surgical during summer winter months, hence decision "slow down" their manufacture. ladies present meeting friday afternoon: mesdames john egeland, hart, g. w. delss, good, d. wm balrd, b. leuszler, nlcholl, jr. menz, i. hubbard, wm. bodman, gawn, barkley, foster, roemer, naftzger, strohmeyer, little, misses delss bodman. accidentally shot foot. moore, whlskeyvllle, accldently foot her husband attempted kill rat shotgun. injury responding treatment. robert leimbach brownhelm parents little son, born hospital. miss elsie schultz posi tion savings banking company. margaret earl daughter h. strauss jef- fersonvllle, ind., spending several weeks relatives. airplane flew afternoon, flight witnessed persons. high up barely discernible. crops gardens. war garden producing food nil followed later ones. here suggestions: celery succeeding radishes, lettuce, bunch onions! turnips, spinach, early potatoes. turnips beets same mentioned above. cabbage sweet corn, string beans, lettuce. beans corn. potatoes late cabbage. lettuce onion sets onions, onions radishes. tomatoes, peppers, corn leaf sets. peas beets' cabbage, latter 'being succeeded fall turnips. spinach ujr boans, aid radishes ' near yet far geo. christian writes interestingly front france. dr. mcqueen interesting letter christian, now stationed evacuation hospital french fighting anxious learn address boys, front, gives details hunt elmor johnson, who died intho service there. follows france, june 9, dear mac: doubt you think i'm lost captured something because haven't written long. jump day. soldier country especially company certainly say time own. we 'had our just full wo empty still find work enough. see supposed patients hero, como operate them bury case may bo, then send back base. i've, laid kind fever. trench fever don't know whether not. half time. pretty sick decoartion day i've days. much pep am "available" that's cares for. i'll bet looking fellows gone. mac, do whore allen hoffner now? i've" since here. can't seem write anybody. what peck bruce's me? quite look him. heard, suppose, jack johnson dying. well mighty peculiar thing happened ever couldn't locate took long hikes nearby towns, etc. once went within kilometer ( mile) trenches hlncwhlle hundred me. thought dead looked chaplain burled dis covered field hospital; nlace are. april 21 building next now. beat it? imagine how felt. talked fellow ward spoke highly said done bit alright, top sick. funny that: sho mumps getting along fine, around, scarlet 24 hours. going grave soon can. frenchman practicing bugle barracks our3. pretty, ours any. well, close give my regards folks. same, pvt. 2. pages week, knocking advertising much. ,hope supply readers least george hoffner, jr., cleveland, -with sr. russell major, nephew adams, them. training officer's position nayv. y. p. a." stone entertained holzhauer. "harry .holllngsworth word ar thur line health, rather bu3y lorain celebrated parade foreign citizens united states, thousands line. polish strongest,' nationality appearance. former superintendent porter, enlisted service, left middle june, reported to. way 10-pound baby girl ellas george, north main street. council 8h0rt session routine matters discussed too noise neap hospital, extraordinary short sression interest transpiring. reports tin mayor, clerk, treasurer, marshal street commissioner wero read nnd accepted. sower inspe-u, sowers condlt.jn except cleveland elyria avenues. authorized '.e necessary repairs. appropriations :l;o ensuing six months made, a.-, customary beginning period. raise, pay. brucker asked was. n rlse pay $90 $100 mou'li. wab opinion council;. .en month ..ceesaary position. complains 'lolse. communication .a association rei !. complained excessive nolao autos trucks pasu down avenue. steps stop ti nuisance .most - bills, including salaries officers, readikand ordcrej paid. belated exhortation. "at 'em, eit 'cm up," caption weekly news published federal department agriculture. edltcr dlgnl fled periodical hastens explain borrowed language bleacher fans o:' forceful-ness, referj potatoes, players. matter ot'fact, grammar better than advice. eat get them, somewhere machinery "broken advice, er acted upon people desired influenced. "millions bushel should eaten witl ..i weeks," contlnuesithc s elites those pom toes? lyeok market laid: "the potato strong enough t'a., constitute feature. dem:.i!it is, course, large. cars o'd straggling in, o;ie car cleaning $2.33 hundred,"- mlllic.u bushels eaten, depar merit agricul ture, whlcli e::pi(-3sion embodiment go: ornment's fostering care uming -should th.ise millions consumers con tinuous supply, cars. question transportation ought straightened easily, government controls railroads. thoro wore .iomo regu'iting production distribution oillciency, nulci markets fain., rs an.l living people. travels tank, crowded insufferably smail place, trod den upon, loosed tled nervous prostration, gets medal. rides green rush hour, undergoes sensation grouch. troop trains passing through amherst. invariably boys plenty attention residents, blocks away. jenne purchased avenue belonging wilford. small truck gardens 'openfleld junction arc md n.'om'se dolc-tablo meals season. mickie fff v nruv er- njm cuim.thm euegvrrttvn clnss-v prlm-flngr vwe fulim fms rp runnin' -this hwc job press dv nicxhf thrift stamp below quota campaign continued un till mark reached must buy stamps. fact becamo apparent big national day, each com munity pledged quota.- $132,000. $60,000. , face record, imperative continue reahced. eva sion possible. women charge soliciting cannot bo blamed worked might campaign. director district, m schofleld, blamed. vvorkers under direction fully other munltlcs. that, contrast liberty loan campaigns, rich have, subscribed mako could amount stamps, lim ited $1,000 worth. pledges se cured. directors adopt moasures reach quota. efforts intensively direct ed toward securing limit pledges, sales stores, saturday ladles corners pick ur stray quartors available. theso sold surprls lngly stamps prob ably whe bought elsewhere. reachlts quota, downhearted kansas, state union pledge your al ready. double it. entertain son. hanchet enter tained honor ol william holzhauer, duties ordnance pittsburgh furlough. 50 you"-people present, among class '13 school. music mil games anil refreshments ?erved. holzhauer returned plato casper pjato, camp taylor, ky draft contingent 25, arrived flvo henry 327th artillery, west point, ky. drum major "cglment's band, expects lent across looks trim, likes artillery division, "big berthas," motorized. handled. exception "jack" urennan, confined operation, sent camps. known woman dies amelia soith, wife selth, homo sister, louisa sick, brown- helm. she bad 111 year, camo sister order enjoy quiet country. old. leaves husband, sons. irving, elmer franklin, daughter, louis, sisters. uosotta miller brownhelm, broth ers, brown-helm toledo. services congregational remains narrowly escaped accident nlcholl .narrowly whllo driving penflold junction. ran road machine, staying right road. l quick swerve, fender down, machine ditch side picked doctor, injuries slight, cut hand bruised arm. undamaged. red raspberries fair quantity days, prico higher usual. black ones arriving soon, ole band 'em pep, nebro soldiers, fresh jazz, want kaiser's address. writing, negro soldiers nt fort wuyno, detroit, llfo utter would welcomo orders march ticrimward immediately. go whoro because, long, wasted weeks, dowered weapons dearest heart instruments. regimental come life, regl ment importance naif dozen army divisions gen. foch. advent regimen tal music, altogether morale olllcers. sure, uocllo willing wo.-k wept drills faith- imiy, wiui eagerness learn. seemed incapable acquiring snap precision gratifying mind military man. try banish blues. understand apathy. io northern climate, changi looii, homesickness. fussed fumed worried futile effortf dispel "them olu blues." not, respond. brooded. tlieli spare wistful mel nncholy. showed inclination cat, sign. thej loaf, 1? worse even sundry clandestine crap dls played moody torpor, blase animation. worst pos slblo sign regiment. begins investigation. finally maj. itoehl began 3onal al! 3f "southern" stock. almost withoul dxecptlou drafted imull towns places ir georgia, carolinas ten lessee. fancied night longing certain southerr customs pastimes. tht problem squarely orderly stnits beneath chaste hyacinth johnson. ex plained once, spartai simplicity. "it's keep: wishln' toh," hyacinth. "the;, ain't hoemsick. foht an' town thoy these sojer suits. keeps wiahin' wishin' foh tha olo jaz. thoy's fixin' reglal. sojers cain't light busl germans lessen jaz ,hat band." whole regiment musicians. -maj. saw light. thert ,vcro sensed musical ability. hyacintl was, perhaps officers. accordingly committee mei. formed brought purchasei complete outfit horns am' medium sized thin fat angu lar squat horns. inlttee comprised geniuses included isaiah johnsons whose llrst names apparently mis tor, (jliarue .morgan ami nm hill olllo boyd two-sweei harris, gentleman named suil len. sklilcn owns naim appointed leader moment re flatly tell lnstoau lnsisiuu ucwie called "professor. concert. instruments tc in. precisely 40 pieces gave cert. playeu tno aiar apaiibiu banner" "over there," varia tions, chopin's marcn. explained knowledge classic saying piayea lodgo initiations south. content periteu "vci night. inquiries nour loca earliest iblo niomont participate bandsmen themselves accorded new honors. guarded zealously. slept jazz trans entire indifferent pacifists fiery militarists. scheduled fourth, wished spend town. tap sunday, however, twilight leaguo team. u. carr, washington, c, nlcholl. andrets, battleship benj. -visitor gawn monday. ha 14 hts furlough, 4th celebration conflicting attractions quietly. snont nntof ev,....i. july. residents nasnnri home, visiting relalvo cities, outings lake. iany ship launching lorain, thn ments drew share. crystal beach patronized people, whom tried bathing suits nnmhor r.t mn. zens declared celebrate before. atamn r.m. paign interfered extent, inasmuch wan varv.ayinff decided kids furc munlcinnl ooio- bratlon, children lenied. hsual plentiful sudolv flrownrlro didn't hesitate use porch partied beautiful disnlnvn heavens. incomlne take thosn whn bnnnt employed cities visit thnir folks, elyria, lo centers quotas stores remained oden pre-hollday trade, generally closed 4th. mall delivery. fashioned weather concerned. hot coats uncomfortable. times reaches hours ,on account holiday, having ilose nation's birthday. doesn't cause japan twenty dollars budget artistic house servants ja pan. raymond weaver tells things housekeeping manes live. servant oimtftstt san'. ibout writes" follows: "o. matus san agreed cook me $6.50 month" (this hlratsukacho; emen- 3ive cities). "she applied herself title sholln. master house, accepting mv existence mere subordinate unessen tial. o. matsu eecs expensive 18 cents dozen, extravagance paying pound porterhouse steak .caused shed salt tears. bar gain flsherwomen ?ot delicious ovsters quart. roasting chickens nev- paid moro a: piece, 'or making vegetable soud rent shlnbone cents. wanted economize, 'ed pheasant, snipe, duck' lobster." thre8hing dinner8 powers frowned threshing dinners, holt- lay dinners. past, -much larger quan- ities prepared lecessary cases .vas rivalry, farmer's rylng outdo neighbor," ine admin-stratlon. pro vided threshers hard, cooked, prop erly seasoned palatable, end- ess variety inappropriate necessary. suggestions lave preparing dinners threshers: reduce meat servings, supple menting cottage cheese, eggs beans. cornbreads substitute breads serve pie 5ake ex- ept flours used. save sugar, honey. preserved fruits, maple syrup, etc.. ofr cakes pies require augar. less fat, food, eliminate fried foods pastry. conserve labor plan simple dishes uttz, prominent inventor, plato, tenney uttz perfected safetv device airplanes, accepted government, nlant ardmore, okla., built turn quantities. mro. irving htgglns mr, koss, gameron, helen pfaflf slack, students kent normal,
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-07-04|
|Date of Original||1918-07-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-07-04 1 35|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
|Digitization Information||300dpi, 8bit Grayscale, Model: SunRise 2000, Software: iArchives, Inc., 3.240|