Westfield Republican, 1908-05-27
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!> 8I)C lUcstficlil My 28 fUpttblicftth WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 27, 1908. NO. 10. VOL. LIY. THE QUALITY STORE. * LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES. I CENTRAL I VJ1 H O DRUG STO^E BELL—LYON MEMORIAL DAY. & Cowan, <s^- Mist Maud E. Lyon Becomes the Wife ot Mr. Wakeman Clark Bell of Barrington, III. How It Will Be Observed In West- field This Year. On Saturday, May 30th, a detachment will assemble at 9 o'clock and proceed to the Farrington cemetery and hold memorial services there.* Rev. J.,M. Bray will deliver the address and the school children will decorate the graves. Those bringing flowers there are requested to have them made np into bouquets. Always Busy. \ ...THE ORUGGISTS... Freih Drugs. WESTFIELD, NEW YORK. PHONE NO. 80.. Night'Calls—Phone No. 2223. The most beautiful church wedding that has occurred in this village for many yean was solemnizecLat St. Peter's Episcopal Church on Thursday evening, May 21st at 7 o'clock, when Miss Maud Eloise Lyon, daughter of Mr. M. A. Lyon was married to Mr. Wakeman Clark Bell, the oeremony being performed by Rev. 8. R. McEwan, rector of theohuroh. Opposite P. O. Phone No. s Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when neoeesary. Prophylactic Tooth Brushes Cedar Flakes MOVING WEEK At 1:30 P. M. the Poet will assemble at Post room. Parade will be formed at 2 P. M. on the Park, in the following order: 25 cents this week. Universally recommended by dentists because they clean back of the teeth as well as between. Each one is warranted perfect. Regular 35 cents, but this week 25 cents. Best moth preventive because sore and cleanly to use. Sift the flake* all thru yoar trunks aud furs. At the end of the season shake out thb I flakes and find your garments have j summered well. Large package 10a < The ohurch was most artistically decorated with a profusion of white lilacs and apple blossoms. The lilacs were tied in bunches to the end of the pews and arranged along the altar rail, and the tall altar vases were filled with them, while the apple blossoms were banked in the windows. At seven o'clock the bridal party entered to the strains of the "Lohengrin Wedding March" played by MiBS Bernice Jones of Fredonia. The bride entered on the arm of her father who gave her in marriage, preceded by the ushers, Mr. Horace Hampton of Qeveland Ohio; Mr. Allison Landaker of Chicago; Mr. B. F. Rynd and Mr. Arthur S. Tennant of Westfield: the maid of honor, Miss Florenoe Bell of Columbus, Ohio; and the bridesmaids, MiBS Florence Rynd and Miss Turnbuli of Westfield. They were met at the altar by the groom and his best man, Mr. Hugh Beatty of Columbus, O. Prior to the ceremony, Prof. Humpstone of Fredonia, saDg "The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden," and following the ceremony "Mendelsohn's Weddiog March" was rendered by Miss Jones. P. W. Bemis, Marshal. Citizens' Band. William Sacket Post 324, G. A. R. Veterans not members of the Post. Westfield Fire Department and Fraternal Organizations. This week we vacate the east side of our store, and will be exceptionally busy, but your orders will have the same careiul attention as before, as we have extra help, and shall endeavor to give you as prompt service as if we were not in a sort of temporary confusion. When all is finished, we hope to have a better store than ever in which to serve our customers. Veterans in carriages. Denatured Alcohol Village President and Trustees in car- riages. Our government permit has arrived and we now have in stock denatured alcohol. For burning and solvent purposes it is the equal of grain alcohol at a fraction of the cost. Burns with high heat without odor or smoke. It is 90 per cent grain alcohol with a small portion of wood alcohol. Price 25 cents a quart. Larger quantities for less. Clergy in carriages. Citizens. The line of march will be dbwn Main street to the cemetery, where fce graves will be decorated by school children, followed by the usnal G. A. R. exercises and an address by Rev. 8. R. MacEwan. Bargains as previously advertised will prevail during the week. * Don't miss the chance to purchase at a big discount, Wall Paper, Books, China, Parlor Lamps, Glassware, etc., etc. In case the weather should prove inclement the return march will be to the Episcopal church where the address will be delivered. It in earnestly requested that all old soldiers, whether members of the Post or not, meet and form with the Post, also that all soldiers of the Spanish war and all sons of veterans join and participate in the services. Recent Wrinkles Timely Necessities M. A. LYON. The bride wore a gown of white messaline satin trimmed with rose point duchesse lace and hand embroidery and a tnlle veil fastened with a wreath of orange blossoms. The maid of honor was attired in a chiffon and laoe lingerie gown and carried a bouquet of lillies of the valley and maiden hair fern. The bridesmaids gowns were white embroid ered batiste and they carried bouquets of pink roses Shampoo Bags, vegetable, harmless, 10 cents each. Pour hot water over the bag and use the liquid for shampooing and the bag as a sponge. Pape's Diapepsin—A popular dyspepsia oure. Triangular tablets at 50c a bottle. Climax Wall Paper Cleaner 10c Sherwin-Williams floor paint,jqt.40c White Enamel Interior paint,qt..50o Aluminum Paint 15c White wash brushes 25c up Liquid Veneer 25c Hellebore for roses and currants Post will assemble at 1:30 sharp at the Post room. Officers will wear tneir side arms, members white gloves and canes, regulation and memorial badges. Sty? ©Itomaa $c ijorttmg GIo. Children as well as others are urged to bring as many flowers as possible for Ibis occasion. These may be the room over the Oas store on Main street, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. The committee to receive and arrange flowers will meet at 8:30 sharp. Art Gum—10 cents—A dry cleaner for gloves, belts, pictures, photos, canvass shoes. 4 ounces for ..10c Kreso Dip for all parasites, qt.. .50c (Jntmrjuiratrti) READY TO WEAR FOR A reception was held at the home of Mr. M. A. Lyon from 7:30 until 9:30 o'clock, the house being a bower of wisteria, lilacs, tulips, narcissus and lillies of the valley. At 9:30 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. Bell, amidst the usual shower of rice and confetti started on an extended trip in the west and south. Their future home will JDe in Barrington, 111., The bride hiu lived in Westfleld since a child and her unaffeoted amiability combined with her culture and intellectuality baB made her greatly beloved in her large circle of- friends. The out of town guests were ae follows: Mrs. Ida Bell, Senator and Mrs. Tilton Bell, Boston, Mass.; Mrs G. C. Jack&on, Blnghampton, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bell, Colambus, Ohio; Mrs. Foster M. Follett, Montclair, N. J ; Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Lyon, Mr. Frederick Lyon, Dunkirk; N. Y.; Miss Frances Guild, Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. J. W. Gollop, Miss Marian Gollop, Buffalo, N. Y.; Prof. H. J. Humpstone, Fredonia, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Prendergast, Chautauqua, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Prendergast, North East, Pa ; Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Rogers, Cleveland, Ohio. DECORATION DAY. Rexall Eczema Ointment BOARD OF EDUCATION. Rexall Poison Ivy Lotion You will find ub always ready to supply your wants satisfactorily on all occasions and at all season's. To give the best style and value possible for the price is our constant aim. Cores eczema, skin eruptions, pimples and blotches, stops itching and inflammation of insect bites, hives, eta Price 45c a box and we cheerfully refund the price if you are not satisfied. I More Teachers Hired for the Ensuing Year at the Meeting on May 19th. For the immediate relief and permanent cure of ivy poisoning, 25c a bottle. Results guaranteed. If yoa get stung with ivy remember this remedy. Tailored Suits, Coats and Skirts. Women's suite sold regularly $13.60, $17.50, $2160—1-4 off. One blue Toile suit formerly $16.50 now '.v::v"ir™ A special meeting of the Board of Education was held Tuesday evening, May 19th, the following trustees were present, President A.B. Ottaway, Mesdames Crandall and Minton, Messrs. Douglas, Weaver, Schoenfeld. Lamb, Boalt and Flagler. The teachers committee reported as follows: Women's Ooats Misses' Ooats Children's Coats Women's Dress Skirts, late Btyles $4.95 to 17.95 $3.25 to $5.85 $1.69 to $3.95 ...$3.95, $4.50, $5.25, $10.00 HE Lingerie Waists. $1.00 $2.25. $3.00, $4.75, $5.50 $1 .25 Waiste, special.. Fresh new style waists JEWELRY STORE Fabric and Kid Gloves. 12 button kid gloves, blaok, colors and white 2 clasp kid gloves, black, colois and white. 12 Button silk gloves, black and white 12 button lisle gloves, black, white and tan 2 clasp silk gloves We recommend the employment of the following teachers: MiBS Marion L. Gillett at $9-00 a week as assistant kindergartner and teacher of vocal music in the grades; Miss Edith G. Sheldon at $8.50 for 1st grade; Mrs. Alice Arnold Riley at $10.00 per week for 5th grade; Miss P. Florelle Hovey al $10.00 per week for 7th grade. Miss Turnbnll, Latin, French and English at $600; Prof. Humpstone, Science at $800. Moved by Mr. Douglgs that the report of committee be adopted. Carried. Moved by Mr. Flagler that Miss Knight be paid $8.50 per week on account of extra service in preparing all of the work for kindergarten. Carried. Moved by Mr. Schoenfeld Miss Craft be employed for the balance of this school year assistant to Prof. Pattison at a compensation of 25 cents an honr. Carried. 82.75, 13.00 81.00, $1.5° 81.50 81.00 50c Neckwear, Belts, Novelties. Fall assortment of the newest styles. Summer Underwear of Every Sort. OPENING WEEK Beginning Saturday, May 23 Misses Yeats..". Womens Vests Mens Shirts and Drawers Boys Shirts and drawers All Silk Flags 15x24, mounted Summer Quarterly style books are here. 10c 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c 25c, 50c 25c 25c Secretary Called. Ending Saturday, May 30 At a meeting of the directors of the Y M. C. A. held at the M. E. Chnroh parlors last Thursday evening it was voted to extend a call to F. E. Saybold, of the New Tork City Association to become secretary at this place. Mr. .Saybold was here recently and made such a favorable impression that a call is the result. Ti?e TI?on)fcs & Horpipg Co.. 19 Street. Special Prices Prevail all the WecK. PHONE 20 Upon motion the board adjourned. Westfleld Opera House Her Marriage Day. Lockport—Westfield Debate. ALL NEW GOODS. And bo it came to pass That no fairer marriage day Ever was Nature born Than that twenty-first of May. "Maud, Maud, Maud," the birds were calling, The debate at Lockport Friday, May 22nd, resulted in a division of opinion on the part of the judges, two voting for Lockport, one for Westfield. This division shows how closely contested the debate must have been and ttius lessens the sting of defeat. Victory seemed plainly on the side of Westfield until the final speaker of the affirmative closed the debate for Lockport with a speech of exceptional power and cleverness. See the New Designs in Cvt Glass. COOK & HARRIS COMING Snow-flake petals lightly falling, And all the world was gay That twenty-first of May. Special prices on Ladies' and Gent's Watches. ! t And so it came to pass, • • That no fairer bride, they say, Ever wore orange blossoms, Wednesday, Jane 3rd, 1908 Or passed a Nlac way. "Maud, Maud, Maud," the birds were calling, About thirty Westfield pupils went with the debaters to Lockport and cheered them on during the entire debate. The leader was Lawrence Ostrye and the response was prompt and hearty. Special Reductions on COMMENCEMENT GIFTS dunset shadows lightly falling. The world, io glad array, Had blest her marriage day. Cook & Harris, conceded to be the finest exhibition of Moving Pietures in America, are coming again. Cook & Harris have searched the four corners of the earth for a program that is positively peerless, full of life and beauty and surcharged with such a wealth of knowledge and amusement that surpasses belief. In the two hours of the Cook & Harris exhibition you get more knowledge and amusement than from all other similar exhibitions combined. Not alone do Cook & Harris confine their exhibition to Moving * * * Tours for the Jewelry and Repair Work of Westfield and vicinity. The principal feature of the evening's entertainment) second only to the debate, was the singing of high school songs. Lockport has a beautiful song, and with two or three hundred people in the andience massed together at one side of the assembly hall and thus singing in unison the effect was fine. Will Have Free Delivery. Postmaster V. A. Kent has received word from Washington, D. 0., that the postal department had granted free delivery to this village, and met the Trustees last week and explained to them the steps that it would be neoessary for the village to take before the system could be installed. The Village Board has taken steps to procure new porcelain, signs for the streets, and numbers for all the resident and business places in accordance with the rules of the postoffloe department. Giyde Harris and George Minton are busy measuring and numbering and already have the northern part of the village completed, and at present are at work on the southern part. When the service is installed there will be at least three and perhaps four carriers. These will be appointed through civil service examinations and already there are many waiting for the announcement as to the time of such examination.HENRY F. CLAYMAN, Successor to L. E. 0. Skidmore. Pictures put present as an added feature MR. M. F. RITTENHOUSE, Philadelphia's famous tenor soloist who sings the latest ballads and child songs, illustrated with the most beautiful views ever portrayed. Special music and mechanical effects. Every year finds the Cook & Harris exhibition better and always with an entirely new program. Cook & Harris will be Westfield Opera House, Tune 3rd. Owing to the great reputation that precedes the Cook & Harris exhibition, it may be taken as a timely suggestion that seats be secured in advance at Westfield followed bravely with its song, and though lacking in volume the singing was sweet and clear "<tnd called out generous applause from the audience. In fact the debate was a fine contest from first to last. A reception and dance in the Cchool hall followed. MB/ Are you sotns to have any done in your own bouse this spring- if so JONES' DRUG STORE. The question for debate was: "Resolved, That a tariff for revenue only would be of greater benefit to the people of the United States, than the present policy of a protective tariff." The following speakers took part in the debate: Lockport, affirmative, G. Harold Carl, Jenss Myers, Howard B. Gill; Westfield, negative, Fred 8. Richardson, Wayne I. Belden, Harold W. Thompson. let me give you so: priccs and estima —Fink and McLaughlin have made improvements on their canning factory here, expending about $10,000. They are also booming their Sherman factory, ■John McLaughlin is one of the hustling young business men of North East.—N. E. Sun. * Notice. on tubs, closets, la Everything in cement blocks, bricks, walks, walls, etc. Only the best materials used and work guaranteed. J. R. Fay. tories, kitchen —Celoron was opened for the season on —Peter McGarrell had the misfortune to lose a valuable horse last week. FRED WILKIHS, ELM S' last Sunday.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1908-05-27|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1908-05-27|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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