Westfield Republican, 1909-12-29
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tocstfklft Utpttblitfttt WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., K Y., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1909. No. 41. VOL. LV. THE QUALITY STORE WESTFIELO MAN HONORED ! POWERS IS MAKING GOOD. Lamb & Cowan, He Has Been Decorated By Carlo I. Westfield Jockey's Brilliant Riding Was Feature of Racing at Jackson- Phone 80 LYON'S CENTRAL King Of Roumania. ville. Fla., Wednesday. Always Busy. Fresh Drnga. The many friends of Winfield C. Brower, formerly of this place, will be pleased to hear that he has won distinction in his new home in Roumania, and has been decorated by the King. The following is the order which was given him on the 8th day of October, 1909: ...THE DRUGGISTS... DRUG STORE. WESTFIELD, NEW YORK. The outstanding feature of Wednesday s racing at Jacksonville, Florida, was the brilliant riding of Jockey Vincent Powers, who was first three times out of a total of four mounts. On at least two of these. Ballot Box and Mary F., he was astride of horses that were pounds the worst, but by reason of his superior horsemanship succeeded in landing his mount first past the wire. This was particularly so regarding Mary F., because with any degree of intelligent riding Dr. Barkley, to use the vernacular, could have walked in. fVo Main Street. Phone 2. Night and emergency plume No. 138. Open Sunday trom 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other honrs when neoeseary. No. 15 Main Street. Thank You Paper Diaries for 1910 Translation copy into English. Bucarest, Roumania, DECORATION. Boxes of note size paper for acknowledging Christmas gifts. Still a good assortment in cloth, duck and leather at 10 .to 75c. • WISH EVERYBODY^ By the grace of the Almighty and the will of the Nation, may it be known to all, now and in the future, upon the reports of our Ministers of Foreign Industry, I decree and ordain and name Member of the order of the Crown of Highland Linen 25c Old Colonial 25c Linen Lawn 40c Fine Fabric Linen 20c HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. Line a day Books, a five year diary—from 60c to $1.50. And in doing so desire to thank all for their generous patronage during the Holiday season and through the past year. We trust the coming year, may, demonstrate more fully our facilities for serving our customers with the best class of goods, and at the lowest prices, and that the pleasant business relations we have formed during our long service behind the counter here, may continue, while we are permitted to remain at our post Calendars, 5 to 25 cents. In the closing race Powers literally stole the race with Crepps Backham. The latter event was productive of a most unintelligent ride at the hands of Burton, who was up on the even money favorite, Mamie Algol. After the running of the race the judges called the lad to the stand and adjured him from accepting further mounts during the meeting. Judge Murphy expressed the opinion that the lad was simply weakened almost to the point of exhaustion from reducing and that nature attached to the ruling. Roumania In the grade of officer, Winfield Clinton Browkk, NEW YEAR CARDS Messages of good will and good wishes for your friends. One to five cents. Administrator of the Societia Romana Americana Our Ministers of Foreign Industry are charged to execute this decree. Dated, Peles Palace, Oct. 8, 1909. (Signed) KING CARLO I. (Signed) Ion I. C. Bratiana, Minister of Foreign Affairs. (Signed) T. Peceann. Director of the Protocal and Chancclariei of the Order. We have some pretty mailable New Year Calendars for IOl* each Blank Books Cherry Juice Start the year right, keep accounts in business like shape. Ledgers ami Day Hooks,200 pages,' <lnck bitiding, 8\12 inches, good ink paper at 25 cents each Woolson's Economy Book for 5 years, with headings for items, $1.50 Cough cure relieves,at once and does uot disturb the digestion litro many of the cough syrnps. Equally good for children or grown-ups. Two sizes, 4 ounce 25 cents; t A number of odds and ends from Our Great Christmas Stook AT COST. Y. W. c. A. Notes. A package of Cut Glass Sherberts and Cut G'o.ss Tumblers, came tc.o late for the Christmas trade, but they will please those who are looking for something nice, at any season of the year. Sherbert Glasses, at Cut Glass Tumblers, at.. Santa Claus Nearly Burned. The Christmas Party was very successful and every one had a jolly time. Of course there was a real tree and a real Santa Claus. The bad night kept many of our members away. We are sorry for this. Christmas exercises were held in the Burcli School House last Thursday evening. The teacher Miss Hovey, wished to hold the exercises in the afternoon, but the children voted to hold them in the evening so that they might have a Christmas tree with candles and invite their parents to enjoy them. The exercises were very fine and were greatly enjoyed by the large audience which packed the school house, reflecting great credit upon the teacher and pupils. At the close of the exercises, Harrison Mead, aged 13 years, who had taken the part of Santa Claus in the play, began to distribute the presents on the tree. He had gotten well along with this work, when in reaching for a present, the cotton batten on his coat sleeve caught fire, and in a few seconds he was all ablaze. His father* W. W. Mead, saw the accident when it took place, and was at his side in an instant, and by the help of Will Marsh, Frank Carder, Adrian Tyler and others soon had the flames extinguishpdThut not before Mr. Mead was severely burned on the right hand, and Harrison was burned on one hand and about the neck. If he had not had on a false face, his face would have been terribly burned. It was a miraculous escape and wil! not soon be forgotten by those who witnessed it. Expense printed ounce 45 cents, 35e each. . 25c each A reasonable discount where one dozen is purchased at a time Grippe Tablets Sunday, January 2d Miss Parsons will lead the service. All young women are invited to these services whether they are members or not. Vanishing Cream Relieves influenza and the feverish conditions of grippy colds. Taken at the start it lessens the severity of the attack. Should lie kept on hand for sudden colds. Per box 25 cents. A greaseless cold cream that rubs into the skin and leaves no stickiness. it is combined with witch hazel extract and is soothing and healing to chapped surfaces. In tubes or jars at 25 cents Compound Syrup of The Hypophosphites, pint bottles for 75 cents each. Made after the same formula as Fellow's Syrup, for which you pay $1.25 per bottle. J* & & in full Bible classes will open again next week. The junior department will have their first meetings the first week in January. Any one who would like some very attractive calendars for New Year's gifts can get them at Miss Poole's. The High School Girls are selling these for the building fund. Price, 35c. Quick Cold Cure POWERS' A joyous New Year to all. Cures a cold in a day, if taken in time. Price 25 cents. It is making friends every day. Don't allow yourself to be without it. Something New Fireman's Dance. The Westfleld Fire Department will hold another dance in Fenner hall, Wednesday night, Dec. 29th, also one on Wednesday night, January 12, 1910. The past dances have been well patronized, and they would like to have the dancers of Westfield to come and enjoy a good time with them. Round and square dances. Tickets 50 cents. THE OPPORTUNITY IS HERE. Licorice Medicated Jujubes, made of pure Extract of Licorice and Balsams. If you are troubled with that tickling sensation in your throat, try these, they are most excellent, price 10 cents per quarter pound package. Time to make money is when you have the chance. Always ready to do business on a small margin, the nimble sixpence. A cleanup of all lines before commencing invoice. I shall have a clearance sale for two weeks of all lines in the store. Nothing reserved. Ten per cent. off. Your gain my loss. All goods marked in plain figures. All new fresh goods, lay in a supply. Remember all lines have advanced under the new tariff. This means $1.00 good's for 90 cents; 50 cent goods go at 1~) cents; 2.~> cent goods go at 22 A cents. A Si0.00 Suit goes at $9.00. Scrape up the cash and come to the RIG 19 011 the level. If you have any New Year Gifts to make come to us for / them. M. A. LYON. In Memoriam h i Mrs. Margaret A. Hungerford who met her death in the sad way by fire in her home on Jefferson street, Deeemher 20, 1909, was the daughter of Judd W. and Olive Dickson Cass of Ripley, and was a niece of Jonathan Cass one of the old pioneers of Westfield. i ; A •. Children Had Narrow Escape. The fire department was called to extinguish a fire at the home of William Mich on Armadillo street, Dunkirk, Thursday. The fire was caused by a gas stove which ignited the carpets. Considerable damage was done to household furniture. Two children were ir. the house at the time of the fire, but were saved without being badly burned. The loss was covered by insurance. I TO THE PUBL xl by 11 the 11 0111- y ► RFUMES. f| 1 ,1 .* Mrs. Hungerford was born on the old Cass homestead in Ripley, on September 9.1829, where she spent most 70 years of her life on the same farm. She was bereaved of her mother and only sister when a mere child and was left alone to care for her father and superintend the home and in 1851 she was married to J. P. Hungerford of Ripley, where they spent most 50 years of a very happy life together, when most ten years ago Mr. Hungerford was taken from her and the old home was broken and she cared to stay no longer and moved here to Westfield. TIiq business heretofore T. E. Jones will be conducted continued at AVishing all of my customers a Ilappy and Prosperous New Year. I remain yours, II. I). POWERS, Proprietor Y. M. C. A. Doings. same place with the same full and plete stock of Get your seats now for the Roney Boys Concert, Dec. 31st. The chart was opened Dec. 27th. Youcannot make a mistake in patronizing this entertainment for it is generally conceded to be one of the very best. This is not one of the course numbers but was arranged under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. Social Committee which is endeavoring to raise funds to buy the Association a new piano. Such an instrument the Association cannot well do without and the effort of the young men should be encouraged. We have previously mentioned the fact that Ex-President Roosevelt invited, this company to the White House to entertain 300 of his guests, this is the highest recommendation we can give for this talented aggregation. Seats 35c for High School Students ;ind 50c for others. NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, PURE DRUGS. PE: STATIONERY. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. There was two daughters and two sons born to them, Mrs. Jennie E. Tucker who died in 1882 and Alice who died in 1873, while attending school here in Westfield and George and Wellington who reside here in town. She united with the Presbyterian church of Ripley early in life and was a loyal member of that church up to her death. 19 Main St., R. D. POWERS, Westfield, N. Y. ON THE LEVEL 19 We shall still keep the Soda Fountain running Id patrons and new ones || and invite our o I THE CORN ivc us a call. Mrs. Hungerford was one of those social and genial spirits which kept her young and never seemed to grow old to her dear ones. She took great delight in her home and entertaining her friends in a royal way and there are many a one left behind who will long remember her table hospitality. She was a dear, true mother, friend and neighbor who will never be forgotten. The services were conducted by Rev. G. L. MacClelland and a prayer by the Rev. Randolph and the interment at East Ripley, where all of her ancesters are buried. ALFRED C. WOODHOUSE, NEW YEAR'S PROGRAM AFTERNOON. 3-4 Bowling for Ladies Only 4-5 Men's Bowling Contest 5-6 Men's Novice Bowling 5-6 Basket Ball Contest EVENING. ER DRUG STORE > FLORIST, (Successor to G. Schoenfcldt) Westiield Greenhouses, Academy Street. Grower of fine cut flowers and designs. Flowers not in stock can be obtained on short notice. Orders by phone or mail promptly attended to. Home 6 Wells Street. Westfield, N. Y. 7:30 Orchestra 8.15 Selected Readings, Vocal and Instrumental Music. PREDICAMENT 9.30 Refreshments and Orchestra Building Open to Inspection FINALE Phone 99. it is surely for the hostess if the roast turns out badly when she has guests for din- Yon ean always rely Keep in mind the Bible study group every Sunday at 5 p. m. Good interest is being shown in this work. The social tea is a very good feature promoting sociability and good fellowship among members present. Remember you are welcome and will be given the glad hand, if you will "come around." " Give That to Me."' A Pleasant Evening. Norton-Seiler. Last Wednesday evening the members of the Presbyterian Sunday School were given a chicken pie supper at 5.30, and this was followed by an exceedingly pleasing Christmas service by the members of the school, consisting of singing, recitations and tableaux. One of the best features of the evening was the presentation of gifts to the Randolph Home by the different classes, showing that they had the right idea of Christmas. The marriage of Miss Evelyn Norton,1 We are hero on earth to be trained to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Norton, give anil not to grasp. We gain most by to Mr. C. Linn Seiler was solemnized at ( giving most. We lose by grasping. If we nor. iipou oui' meats as being the choicest cuts, tender and juicy amf of delicious flavor. When you buy meats you want the primest and best and you can always get them the Norton residence, 156 Riverside Drive, New York, on Saturday, December 11 at 6 o'clock in the presence of a large company of invited guests. Mrs. Seiler is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Norton and the engagement was announced at Chautauqua blindly refuse to give and insist on grasping God comes to us as a wise father to a greedy child and says: "Give that to me.' He comes to make us give because by giving only can we truly receive; not .to take from us. our joy, but that by giving to Him "Come let us reason together saith the Lord." Notice. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Citizens' Bank of Westfield, N. Y., will be held at the offices of the bank, Tuesday, January 11, 1910, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the election of directors and transaction of such other business as may properly come before it F. M. Rich, Cashier. last summer. Mr. Seiler was connected with the staff of the Boys'Club for a number of seasons and is now a member of the faculty of the University of Pennsyl* vania. After February 1, Mr. and Mrs, Seiler will be at home at Ardmore, Pa.— Chautauqua Weekly. we may receive more joy.—John Hopkina Denison. at the —Wanted.—Private teaching, English branches and languages Address Teacher General Delivery, P. 0., Westfield, N. Y, —Subscribe for the Republican, Arthur Tourtellotte, an electrician who lives at Erie, fell 20 feet from a ladder recently, and striking on his shoulder, escaped a broken neck and will recover. ' PALACE MEAT MARKET, F. B 1 G L E R, 44 MAIN ST. Westfield, N. Y.,» Dec. 28, 1909.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1909-12-29|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1909-12-29|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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