Westfield Republican, 1909-01-20
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X fit tBestfidfr tiepttblkaii •? 5 > * J* VOL. LIV. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 20, 1909. NO. 44. CHAUTAUQUA CO. GETS POSITIONS THE QUALITY STORE INTERSCHOLASTIC DEBATE Lamb & Cowan, Westfield High School Boys Go To Charles H. Wicks of Lakewood, J. Robert Douglas of Westfield and W. G. Anderson ot Jamestown m BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES Erie, March 12th. LYON'S drug store. WESTFIELD, NEW YORK. CENTRAL, Principal P. K. Pattison, of our High School,has received the revised schedule for the uext series of debates from Alexander Nicholson, secretary and treasurer of the Interscholastio Debating League of Western New York and Pennsylvania. Always Busy. Fresh Drag*. Named. ...THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P. O. Phone No. 2 Ray B. Smith, Clerk of the State Assembly, has appointed Charles H. Wicks of Lakewood First Assistant Journal Clerk, at a salary of $1,500. Mr. Wioks who is the Chairman of the Republioan County Committee held the same positior in the Assembly last year. J. Robert Douglas of WestfieJd, secretary of the Republioan County Committee, is re-appointed assistant Librarian of the Assemqly. The only other Chautauqua County man to receive an appointment in the Legislature is Will G. Anderson of the Second Ward of Jamestown, who has been named as an assistant doorkeeper of the Assembly. Night aifd emergency phone No. 188. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. The date for the debates is Friday evening, March 12th, and the sohedale is as follows: Jamestown High School vs.Niagara Falls High Sohool at Niagara Falls; Westfield High School vs. Erie High School at Erie, Pa., and Lookport High Sohool vs. Olean High School at Olean. Phone 80 Seasonable Drugs 90 Sheets 25 Cents Some Reliable Household Remedies Rhinitis Tablets, bottle of 100. 25c Our Henley Linen, one of the Syrup Hypophosphites, pints, 75c best writing surface fabric finish Plasti-klae—the officinal clay poul- papers, sold by the pound of 90 tice, 25c. sheets for 25 cents. Envelopes to Seidlitz Powders, 3 for 10c. ! match at 10 cents. Sterling Digestive Tablets,50 for 25c Rexall Kidney Pills 35c. Frencn Chambric box paper 25 Rexall Blood Tablets 25c. cents for 50 flttts and 50 envelopes. Syrup of Tar and Wild Cherry, 25 and 5oc bottle. Syrup of White Pine Compound, 4 oz. bottle 25c. Both ofThese' are most excellent remedies for coughs and colds. Officers Installed At the regular meeting of Summit Lodge, No. 219, F. & A. M., held on Jan. 11th, the following officers were installed: W. M.—8. E. Persons S. W.—F. A. Pratt J. W.—G. G. Gibbs Treasurer—Ben Boult Secretary—W. B. Wilson 8. D.—Edward Anderson J. D.—E. S. Taylor S. M. of C.—Edna A. Mead Quick Cold and La Grippe Tablets 25c They cure a cold in a day if taken in time. Burned to Death. Kidney and Liver Cure 50c and $1. ney and Liver remedies in the market. Bark and Iron Bitters 50c and $1. A general tonic for the whole system. It builds up people all run down. Syrup of Sarsaparilla with the Iodides, $1 size for 75c The greatest of Blood Remedies. One of the best Kid- Anna, the 4 year-old danghter of Mr. and Mrs. John Traczik, who live at 418 Nevins street, Dunkirk, was burned to death Saturday nighl, during the absence of her parents. It appears that the mother went out to do some shopping, and left the little girl looked up iu the kitchen with a younger child 15 months old. When the mcther returned home she found the charred remains of the little girl lying near the door and the other infant playing about the room. PAL.ATOL. A preparation of cod liver oil from which all grease has been removed. It contains hypophosphitics and extract of malt. Useful as a reconstructive tonic in wasting* diseases and run down conditions, especially good for old people. Pints 75 cents. J. M. of C.—Horace Parker Tiler-F. C. Piefcl Chaplain—H. J. Humpstone Marshal—A. McDade Organist—W. A. Knowlton Trustee—A. J. Tyler $i size for 75c. The Celery Blood and Nerve Tonic, reliable Blood and Nerve Medicine. Westfield Beat Oil City. Beef, Iron and Wine—Full Pints 50c. A stimulating and nourishing tonic restorative. Sulphur and Cream of Tartar Lozengers. The oldfashioned Spring Medicine. Price ioc box Salicylates compound for your Rheumatism. $i bottles. The Y. M. 0. A. basketball team defeated the faBt Oil Oitv Y. M. C. A. team in the local gymnasium Saturday night by the close score of 33 to 31. The game was fast and clean thronghout and was a splendid exhibition of clever playing by teams that were exceedingly well matched. PROFESSOR IN TROUBLE. James D'Aquila Arrested Charged With Selling Wine Illegally. Thomas Tamer, Deputy United States Marshal from Salamanoa, came to town Monday, and arrested Prof. James D'Aqnilaand took him to Jamestown for a hearing before United States Commissioner Abner Hazeltine on the charge of baying and selling wines without paying the United States government tax. The Professor had been warned to deBist bat had paid no attention to the warning it is olaimed, henoe the arrest. At the Old Price r ■ Book Specials A lot of 25 cent books this week at 15 cents. 50c and A short olive crop in Italy and the advantage taken by speculators of the earthquake Iosb has run the price of olive oil up in some localities. We import our oil from Southern France independent of jobbers and atill offer the highest quality of pure clean oil at the old price, pints 50 cents. The game was replete with many exciting crises and several baskets were made by clever long ihots whioh aroused freat enthusiasm among the spectators, 'he line up was as follows. Oil City Westfield McGoe, f f, Swarti Ande, f f, Jonea Jardine, c, dayman MoLane, g........ g, Lockwood Buss, g gt Conklin Field Goals: Swartz 4, Jones 5, Clayman 3, Conklin 2, MoGee 3, Ande 3, Jardine 7, MoLane 1, Russ 1. Goals from fouls, Swartz 5, Ande 1. O'Neill of Oil City and Tennam, Westfield alternated as referee and umpire. Euthymol—Used the same as Listerine. Call and get a 4 oz. bottle free. Don t wait until they are all gone J* A few left of our second hand library books, formerly sold up to $1.50 at 25 cents each. E. P. Koe books at 20 cents each —present stock. Fine Horses. New lot of Hot Water bottles and Fountain Syringes The "Seamless" is guaranteed to wear for 2 years. There is nothing better made. Jas. £. Hall and Dr. Herron have re* j oently returned from Newark, Ohio, where Mr. Hall purchased two fine imported /Belgian draft mares. These mures came from the farm of Col. G. W. Crawford. Col. Crawford makes two trips annually to Belgium where he selects and buys the finest thoroughbred stock to be had in that oountry. One of the mares purchased is a beautiful blaok, she holds a medal won in Belgium and given by Leopold II, with whom Col. Crawford is personally ac quainted. One of the mares also took first premium at the Ohio State Fair last fall. There seems to be a growing demand for heavy thoroughbred draft horses and Mr. Hall is to be congratulated upon having bronght such a pair of mares into this town. They are a credit to the community and we are sure a start has been made in the right direction. These mares are both registered in Belgium and America Webster's Unabridged Dictionary —a reprint of the former $9.00 book at $2.25. Shampoo Bags A vegetable preparation for shampooing the hair, especially held in high favor by the Indies. 10 cents each, 3 for 25 cents. Westfield Again Victorious. Longfellow and Whittier's Poems, reprint of former $2.00 edition at 75c DYOLA—The new package dye. Colors wool, mixed goods with the same package. All fast Price 10 cents. cotton or colors. Westfield High School added another victory to their list by defeating Dunkirk in a fast game of basket ball in the High School gym. The two teams were evenly matched and the game was close and snappy throughout. The first half ended in favor of the visitors by a score of 7 to 3. HIGH SCHOOL BANNERS—Some new designs in the school colors, three sizes, 25, 50 and 90 cents. Cockroaches can be exterminated by the use of Yankee Roach Powder. Price 25 cents. HAS THE WEATHER AFFECTED YOU Old Fashioned Horehound Drops and Wild Cherry Cough Drops in 1-4 pound packages for 5 cents. * * * In the last half the home team woke up and did some fast playing, the final score being 19 to 15 in favor of our home boys. The line-up was as follows: WESTFIELD DUNKIRK James, c Alexander, 1 f r f Vander Voort, 1 g. Shelton, r g •c, McConnell I f, Hart .r £, Nortbrap 1 g, Irish r g, Hiller Our China Sale continues all through this month. Remember the discount is 20 per cent from regular prices. A Rare Treat. Wednesday evening next the local team will play the Fredonia team. This will be a good game and a large attendance should be present. Admission 15c. The Delphio Society has arranged with Mr. E. A. Wilder to give his illustrated lecture on the Panama Ganal in Academy Hall, Friday, January 22nd, at 8 o'clock. This leoture tells the history, problems and progress of this great work. Some of the prinoipal points being the following: Sea level project, its problems and difficulties. Look lapel projeot, its problems and how they were solved. The present work. Sea level from Atlantic to Gatun, the dam, Oulebra out, Pedro Miguel look level, sea level to Pacific. The sanitation, laborers quarters, method of excavation, etc. The illustrations are aotual photographs made on the spot and give a better idea of this great work than can be obtained in any other way. This subject is much in thr public press today and every citizen should be interested to know aB much as possible about it. The admission is only 25 cents and the proceeds are for the expenses of the Delphio Society. —Or have you felt the cold blasts that we are about to have for the next three months of searching winds and zero weather. You have money and I need it, and I'm going to do something desperate in order to get it. On M. A. LYON. OPERA HOUSE, T~, 28 Are You Ready? City delivery will commence February 1st. Your mail will be delivered at your house that day and your mail box should be up. You can do much to awist this service by having this done and on the first day. The carriers will be without experience and the distributing clerks in in the office do not know where many people live so the use of street and number on your mail will be very necessary. This service will cost the Postoffice Department a large sum each yeir and the citizens of Westfield should do their part to make the service valuable. This will be a very radical change in the handling of the mail and everyone should expect that it will take some time for the carriers to get their routes down to schedule time. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23rd, J. R ROCKWELL'S NEW I shall close out all of the odds and ends of Men's and Youth's full suits of clothing at 1-2 OPP exactly 50 cents on the dollar. Also my 50 cent and 60 cent Underwear goes at 50 cents on the dollar. See west window display. This is positively a cash sale. No goods exchanged. These prices are for Saturday only, I will also give 25 per cent, discount on all overcoats for this week Ten per cent, discount on all other Jines for this week only. Bear in mind, this sale commences Wednesday and ends Saturday Night. Up at the head of the Pike right where the ereat viaduct starts, where business is done. SUNNY SOUTH CO. America's Greatest of all Colored Shows Best in Quality, Largest in Number. A Show that Pleases Everyone. It is Original and Extremely Funny. The Best Singers and Dancers in America are with this Company. Free Exhibition. Saturday, January 23rd, at the Blower's Building on Elm street, August Freling, Jr., will exhibit one of the International four horse power gasoline engines and grinders and cream separators, also wood sawing outfit. Farmers are earnestly invited to call and inspect them. There are now 14 I. H. C. engines in use in Westfield. Don't forget date and place. It will pay you. The PoBtoffice department experience shows this and the official order reads to the carriers" in case they fail in the commencement to cover their whole routes within their scheduled time, that they shall so arrange their route delivery as to at least make one delivery to all residences each day." THE FAIR CLOTHING STORE * Kings of Koontown Comedy. Are now playing the Large Cities to packed houses. R. D. POWERS, 3 riain Street, Westfield. BAND AND ORCHESTRA. PRICED: SL5, 2>5 50 Cepts. Seats now on sale at usual place. Installation of Officers. FREE DELIVERY FEBRUARY FIRST ARE YOU READY TO RECEIVE ? A Peculiar Accident. At the regular meetiDg of.Loyal Rebekah Lodge, No. 254, I. O. O. F., held Jany. 13, 1909, D. D. P., Matilda Ieltield of Silver Creek, installed the following officers: N. G.—Ethel Woleben. V. G.—Sara Hiller. Sec.—Naucy Mewl. Fin. Sec.—Eiliel McEvven. Treas.—Lena Anderson. Con.—Mary Porter. War.—Hilda Groth. Chap.—Agnes Irish. I. G.—Lorena Stritzinger. O. (J.—Hattie Goetz . , R. S. to N. G.—Florence flatsell. L. S. to N. G.—Lizzie Hatsell. R. 8. to V. G.—May Morse L. S. to V. G —Mary Bowers. R. A. S.—Almedia House. L. A. 8.—Addie Foot. While playing with her mother's dia mond ring Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 12th, little Miss Ellison, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ellison of Smith street, Brocton, lost the stoue, in her ear. Mrs. Ellison after frantic efforts to remove the diamond with a hair pin and being unable to do so, called upon Dr. Swetland who could not recover the stone, it having been pushed far within the ear. It was necessary to remove Miss Ellison to Dunkirk where Dr. Blackham succeeded in removing the diamond, to the great relief of the little girl and her parents. Mr. and MrB. Ellison to Brocton with their daughter that evening. ii North Portage Mail Boxes for R. F. D. Mail Boxes for City Delivery. Prices 25c; 50c, 75c and 91.25 each. Is the place where you will find us ready to supply you with Tinware, Graniteware. Fire Proof Baking Dishes, Five and Ten Cent Goods, Candy, Tobacco, Cigars and Pipes. & DO YOU WANT LIGHT ? Good Quality Gas Mantles 10c each, 3 for 25o Extra Quality Gas Mantles 20° each, 4 for 75c Inverted Gas Lamps complete, 51, $1.50,»1.75 ea Upright Gas Lamps complete, 85c, * l.OO each Wax Tapers for Gas Lighting, 5c box Gas Tiffing Torches, 25o each We sell Toys all the year. A few Sleds and Push Sleds left, come in and see them before buying. M- Wolebei\, J. Peatt-Sheldoh Hardware The Fair Store Annex, No. 11. North Portage Street. NEW YORK. - —20 per cent off until Feb. 1st. Office days Mondays and Saturdays. A. P. Dibble, the Optician, Westfield. WESTFIELD, —25 per cent off on all overcoats and winter salts at Goeti'.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1909-01-20|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1909-01-20|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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