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,1..; 1 km alwvr 4l "v vo. ii, no. 1, juul'lliil-lluul. akherst yllage : wet kf 3 votes ftwultcan8 wep township rmiulx in bounty and '-s - amherst .tnert'onanrti her yota iiiv,." .m,v, yir.j(i .byii.vtnjf ke "wets" 4j$fct tttajorlty of itwb wrtes ;in the two pf e-r " , "jfjjsb v "year ago she 'went' dry by f, ., twu-'yotm. thwiiaue feature' tnd ,koi wet' figtit isi (ha fact that ''w e mth precinct, where, churches "" "ind ministers a'ro ideated, vent n ft vote, ot 30 to 99 whllo north precinct went -dry 6y ,a vote of' 102 li, total. village, yotp. was; dryf 201; ' . .south mherst likewise, preferred -the rpttbllcari candidates' generally, .fen fee prohibition amendment south .amherst- village dry', 5g 53.. ml thajsouth proefnet 44 to" 84.- .total vote'' on prohibition, (intendment .the five precinctsof thri was dry, 3s6; wet, 379a ma itwlty for-the drysjot 7 voleg, t&caliy (ho republicans got ma-jority-'ot' nearly every contest. all tho .county offices wilt be, filled republicans, for governor representee exceptionally close. cox "jfylilla were but a few" votes; apart; davey dick also x tabulated result theofo am-herst is given this issue. sidelights election. a. baker, 'candidate county treasurer, received flattering hls-home community having (continued page pour) complete ,-v (dem.) .-l.v:.'..'. .-122" 77' .87- w;jlls (rep.) i-'i-ii lieutenant ;4v -bloom (dem.), brown i ..'.vj secretary state fulton fdem.)' i-t sirjlih"' .1 .' ---rrr-. p. attorney general',' j r'- r mcqhee price (rep,) representative congress -dayey '-.it ,.: '. "107 hfnntau-riuvtt s representative, -short term (dem.); t)lck rep.) ,.....i..fl1.n mantel! (soc.)" state' senator fluke,- z stgne r..:.ji..-" jenne ,comlngs rt!j .i. hughes .....l.-l!. .clerk common pleas court. svmlams ,., i-v.'.. .sheriff johnson (dem,) t.. "backus (rep'.) qouhty auditor welty .".....'s..'..l.i.;. 138 (lnd.) lii.-i-. commissioner s7. k'rajeski .(dem.)' ...s 's-a-...:...' 117 "mathews (dem',)' ........j.'it-l'i-' "'..w.. -9? bel :',...'.-..-.i.' 13? ilalgli 125 .richmond (rep.n'i-t--f.i..--; treasurer 'j moulton -jttl.fi.'-':. a.. baker (rei.).i:..'..,i... recorder irish u-..m: surveyor v"j:'.,r' schlckler ..l'.i... .4..1 theobald "j.....1.; .!!.i:.... 'prosecuting -vijf walsh .flndlay coroner hugg .r .'. oarver luage, oupreme' iourv crow newman 'robinson '..',.'.i wp'namaker .... ...-...i.'. judge, court appeals (g year's) stahl y...."..'...f..i vlcuery t .1;.t .(4 years) lawrence r. ...... ;. washbujrn ...i iide, 2 dunlap hanson w...r.. .'j amendments ." ,r permitting laws against double" ,, taxation yes ,,.rjksx-.,.r tb; ,,.-,i,irys2;li, 71 qur. ss-l m ,,38 '258, priwtki-'-' v':'""" flu iafctrrti. out r.im:.tifr&, mom naw.cmm.ftrw'in nflrfr,-' px, scare .defer tovjsv .. ; b(nlna' -thoujgh lii'o' new eas, (if" infliienia' have dropped afe'wa.da.y, chances are disease. jtasyrun its course,, unforeseen vevelopmerils have-arisen. 'which ltavi!j? deferred reopening 6f schools, churches; fc!-.ceb amusenion rcptpved tho, llm placed "oh cidslng hours ,ths merchants, over last week end thero three deaths caused influenza,. bputh amherst--thero has been ono case smallpox, reports are' second case' deycloped-.'there, one amherst. time it thought ban would bo lifted. monday, novs 11, probable now will be leferred several days longer. -stated member health committee la better stay closed few longer than reopen then forced again" close'. surrounding towns gradually lifting oberlln schools opened monday. lorain still bad condition, disease js under control soma restrictions havo removed. meeting board held wednesday night consider -reopening., bbard decided an opening 'on account threatening conditions. flush (lie streets, which work be" started today, as preventive measure. twp. o 'a -o 02 01 23 '6g' ?85 48 47 .416 2g 58" 339 43 45 395.. 27 336 -"do "40g i49r-s4g '396 28 60 327 51- '397 27' 03 364 '47 379,' 13 go 382 52 51 375 2- 36 26- 50 308 iis 418 ;,2h 328 55 417 120 10g 95 '.-" '100 121 71. .91 78 '89 77. 89' -105 71- 11? -1p ,-'t; ... .102' 117v 69 99- .78 83. ,7g. pi" .92 ;j9 ,5 ..114' "3 "'- j- 123 l.i 108 l. 12 9g 92 80" 11 67 "69 :.. ,h24 .t. 125' 103 77 100 105, 9f "91.' 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'8g':gi- ves' 12, 280 142' 113-302' "c2--' 82 ,474 ,01 106. 98 ,.. as, 58 1l5 73 -39 110- ..42;- 16 -43 33 .34 57 39 178 42s 243 65 ....vi 49 21 20 i. .120 '40 -'4i -22' .189 587 '-',74- ?,"33- il 334 r"'74;79 -30 61 .u9 213 75 "ov" 35 18' 301 10?- 72 5.7 399 104 rv. -.:io lit, ss2 ,,aher8t mote gravel west sde street main residents want improvement tootrus. tees seek adjustment. the1 'c6uncll me .fciohday evening,. thp.'date- being .'shoved ahead day" -account election conilng tuesday., ft-was long session,, with 'important jnattors threshed wllh muh tajk .argument' rilty loads or haveunow on. milan avenuo fred brucker, he instructed haul more loads, altogether cover dbout half stretch bridge, including worst part. not driven on' much yot, when u16 roads spring expected will" used, & lino gotten how hold up, ovor sand. main' wants gravel. petition bearing names property owners prosented council, asklnc atr.eet from, pavement at cleveland avenue martin street. ap proximately $00 pledged from residents. council .accepted thanked signers their public splrltedness- thus co-operating tosecure the. improvement, tho- graveling' street, aout 1,000 feet, estimated cost $250, felt could' afford" abqul $150 toward the' imprbvement, -if undertake con tribute other $100 wlli.be made before cold weather sets in, provided material can secured. trustees meet council. first months met joint session. they had grievance, upkeep comfort station considerable, paying its. fair share. old agree ment discovered, provided. should pay gas, light water bills, janitor fee. 'expenses come fund, if depleted, bills shared 'equally by. township. entirely living thu agre'emgnt. hereafter' -will. chimney town hall was. reported louis icothe about gone." mortar between bricks beenifeaten away, regarded assafo start fur nace such condition. authority co-operate trustees, investigate, make necessary repalrs build chim ney, deemed best. matters, albert nietzke permitted tan. iewer neafit payment $2& tee, do his own expense. reported, re garding tho' request lights pn bain no extensions may 'at time, aocordlng government orders, .that local plant ,1s overloaded. exteh- i'jp'n juust'wiu u;.t'.! after war. same snag encountered regard gas ays- "em." nprth marl'- 'treats supplied 2-lnch line anu com pressure irops tp almost nothing. 3. connection around corner lin coln east- streets wouli) give circulation and, eliminate trouble. bays "nothing doing" now, cannot secured, thelmprovenient probably tohugh effort made. flrq chief was! authorize -ur chase electrlc"heater tii- nrc-truck. precaution supply falls winter. .cleaning bed howagedisposal'plant.'' au-thorlzed' 'ahead. usual '.monthly reporla and' disposed of. charles .mathes dead. mathes, jr., 31 years well known here; died hospital tuesday afternoon week' bill- ness with' pneumonia. .two 'years ho-,.ahd family moved lorain. he, oleal lodges maccabees eagles, st. peter's svangellcal ."church. surviving' wldowj chll :ron,. elmer donald, parents mr. mrs. muthe3, sr amherst, sisters four brcthcr, .irs. f-'.-.-lss nickel, edwprd brucker edward schroe der, luzie nid annie, .frederick marl', "ju"n3 ani harmon, frapce', fuiisra! crrangelnc-uu pot, b completed up .to press tlmo. appwb da-xov, 8, placii ohio, thuroa ovjbeir.-f; s;- uattmhlm. interest th tomirinmi'.oi. mini varna tint arwtfr(o1wmm, 'kues quietly metmrimd miffiay evening nov, 4;. fclttfi'hevf'wii)f? prospect 'v -, h simplicity quiet wero key notes unusual- ceremony. guests wore required wear .masks account' menjpn'ln some time. despite tne maskg jinu otner odstacies tfhiqfr hfndo imperative young couple married hbme'and wltha limited number guests' ,the, wedding really unique ceremony.'' bride grcioin came doyn stairs' just the-'chlmewere pealing forth hour six". rev. egli evangelical church performed ceremony, using tho-rlng service. immediately ihri ceremony flash pictures taken en tire group wearing masks, supper served o'clock, ,. '' fhfi attired white, gown silk jersey georgette crepe exquisite only added 'the natural charm bride. carried huge bou quet white yellow chrysantho mums' ferns, tied bow tulle. ! present w. rlchar mlss;haiel e. nlles, miss .hattle m, kuss cleveland, missimayme kuss, william mr". andimrs. c. melnke mrs'. j. s. vaughn elyrla, mrs, b.-a, bera' mr, andf'mrs. pietch many beautiful gifts showered popular couple. herman left an, extended trip nlles ashtabula geneva, ohio. home friends, nov. 5. marriage announced take place atfthe bride's parents, mr( a, if. armstrong invitations sent preparations made, hoalth geneva put strict weddings any gatherings necessitated recalling cancelling gret parties rather postpone indefinitely, mlss'armstrongantt'mr. td where abiding strictly within bounds could sol emnized. agricultural survey united states department agriculture co-operation war department, seeking; information relative (o each farmer 'county. brief question naire win ue sudmittcu farnr in-order correct cerning extent carried-on had. itr seeking gov ernment interested mainly flnd- lng condition labor supply, possibilities increasing production. teachers rural i-e -?l'ed upon assist agent obtaining hte government. .- r'l )ards locc oleep can't eat questionnaire: "are you' sound mentally physically?" registrant (on oath); "yes. am ilso deaf, dumb, blind, epileptic, paralytic, limbs, withered ind deformed insane." sample answer questionnaires lor: iqunty registrants submlttei 'be boards conslderatf :s why wives members thi fearfully await dreaded husbands crash ts draft officials muttej 0" pillows ri night. john blank, inst, jstered sept su! wfldavlt ne yjcted crime, 3wer auestlonnalre, tlon answe, bank 19, state. p blank afjj found. er blmdj thli m( l tiniir jig scrap says exe n3 did great fr yan1 y. following lettoqias bymrs, bvuce son, george bruce, -vlho seeing solhejot hnrdejit lighting france: .somewhere franco, sunday, sopt-v29, 1918. dear mother hnd homo:i mother, wts thinking? minuted ago, while washing clothes, tjiat. thb darn thing ook getvhomo wife. he-llevo me, getting llred doing my washlng.x so you kn6w girl vood 'lothes, tell wait till get back i'll life's job. sunday afternoon, fine day, littlo chilly, feel little homesick today; j'u ,1 am, 'way off front hear cannon's roaring, machine guns rattling, airplanes battling air, etc. tfter'all must say 'seems like 'heaven what i've month, attending army signal ichool whoal i'm allowed tell, nevertheless point france. know is, you'll at. don't here, suppose month. yea, soldiering fort ben again. mo into life again, rigged quite home. our battalion !ront see good missing. poor nick lost without wo brothers, always together, glad lucky enough companion nick, btick him, lead does, won't far wrong. reading article collier's weekly america's victory. art asking it. him was, hot stuff, hut, there americans showed fritz, what" yankees yes, never forget battle, for' ever theft, hellhole, one. think to, specially cited bravery. well, supper, mother. down taking sights, i' finest elites seen france.. here blnce lay. school starts tomorrow lng, business iee what, hljl ou. allj rs tjft rtu- otpicia4. ftttvw&pkr ofr-xhe :r '$oal fam mlrleti .id 1; 'aters bt bik et imiwlvtuunottll&t ttid people 'dwn' returns (he ofllci ih ute' administrator! ', .objects dewlrtirt 5'ti ie-, compflelied requebtpnaj fit them to. take: mi precatrffamj6(mm siblo (0 prevent homftrtm'' coal hsep- wrm tlltsj winter, yik hope relieving transportation- necessity handling' domeatla during congestion winter ijtorma.' oi rendered unavailable heavy snows weather. avatlale. calls attention done by' administrator jos, h, fronts' id securing aufllclent dlstrlbuti "uniformly btate, der avoid trouble.' easy accessibility intbhlo legitimate demands, accom pllshed most careful organization. fact, situation others ohio expecting momentarily call divert fuel production districts less fortunate. done, householder who hand will' disturbed, those forehanded face possibility 'it shortage. even event there, b',u danger suffering, durlng'.the six wool mobilized quietly', kw thcrr counties need suffer ilt is' celrod, indeed, patriotic peo ple, realizing supreme munitions works transportation arrangements bum wood, thereby handing blow' enemy. meantime, c6al dealers booklnz orders household in)-mediate delivery likelihood keeping everybdy comfortable redeem 8avings stamp pledge 1918 county, sale savings stamps oct, 17 had, readier! total $1,193,918, yearly quota $1,829,940, calculation, discerning 10 weeks purchase $636,022 insuro success campaign community. weekl asslgnud myemm mil usmmamumtih lag si a! littl,rew iflw a&r ssr ci scot nl,ftathar8.' ,1. (tlm 8pc6tl corrtupondenca edommojr, prance, oc ttte borne ."on ac! 0vr:here'h.j4 v.nv-ma .fflftce to' harrr pdell. opy,. th? nanied 'fheivie'ariij mter ,nlcknaral age, orphan ph boys; whits boys were' wk',fm nothing bat rkita' .i actually ,et ymgti titffi .death, onebf ihj) ast, sq' weak u u,l boyb-' ?4ther iillfl' t'nelr apparently. sorted u-vm (iennsiw ai vanced "sec'tteri boot tmt ago. 'or veatvthe mpthej md- uvt two; hdjti(fl' zsm killei starved w, dwath ontjll tammm wjre oei-hb careti wr ay r.ounty boys.-, once red cro ,trie o'iuw away anit sand, the;! orphanage, .twye empn resentment, copiooiuy ,ctfm thmr p0i muted remain us. tu tqs get't them, thfe'v.fboys'l packed ready leave, 8? became homealck- utter bnink vii? block m-othpr' analtf' yielded persuasions, ttve .verts liiu iiuppiei, uuilt9, wybr whori strutted l)(het trt4 took pld quarters. every, military gefj! uuwu huh ouu tnatuer iuk (n adopted pair c boys, 'phans supervision, tlht save youngsters bath, ah e'ptlre'.ntswout-fit they' looked' 'pretty i't nifty "dolled" lup.";,-and radiant full tentment. become', uncle; sam's boys. thlw-ja5b-. itp.ta a'l.dqdbl quarters tt ylded vlij lng. sam's, hi ,jn npwwij! muuc tf.'":s?, 7s aw" 'v. "r mffiwimwi awhmnsssmr"fr"-'
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-11-07|
|Date of Original||1918-11-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-11-07 2 1|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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