Westfield Republican, 1910-05-11
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®I)C tocBtfkti Republican. VOL. LYI. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., X. Y., WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1910. No. 8. PCGbCR&BAVIS MOOSE ENTERTAIN! GIVE PEOPLE CHANCE ! LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. Delegation of Sixty Members From Erie With Band and Degree Team —Besides Representatives From Jamestown, Will the Candidates Consent To Let the People Vote for Postmaster. CENTRAL; DROG STORE. Always Busy. Fresh Drugs. 33 Main Street. Phone 2. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. 15 Main Street. Night phone S-c. The following letter which we have received from the Hon. Edward B. Vreeland is self explanatory: 'Phone 80. Sherman and Other Places. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. The Moose Lodge of this place entertained in a royal manner a delegation of sixty members of Erie Lodge, No. 66. L. 0. 0. M., on last Wednesday evening. The degree staff of Erie lodge came down to confer degrees upon a big rlass of candidates and was accompanied by the Moose band. A special coach was attached to Train 46 on the Lake Shore leaving Erie at 6:39. The Erie delegation were met at the depot by a committee from Westfield lodge and headed by the band the members of the order gave a fine parade. A great many Moose from places in western New York participated. Supper was served the Erie boys after which the band gave an open air concert which was greatly enjoyed by the large crowd, which had gathered to hear this noted band, which acquitted itself with such credit at our "Old Home Week Celebration" last year, and won new laurels on this occasion. Washington, D. C., May 9, 1910 Mr. H. W. Thompson, Westfield, N. Y. PURITY. ACCURACY. RELIABITY. Paint Puzzles Free ISiainfloor Finish Dear Sir:—I have your letter of May 5th. If all of the candidates for postmaster in Westfield should join in a request to have it submitted to the Republican voters there 1 should certainly give With paint this every purchase Easiest to use of any floor no matter preparation, because it does not set too quickly. It comes in light oak,dark oak,cherry, walnut an<T a variety of other colors. Quarts 75 cents. Ground coat for old floors, GO cents quart. of I LU WARDA OLIVE OIL week, Just received a quantity of Lu Warda Olive Oil; direct from th§ importers. This is a pure, line flavored oil for table or medicinal use. 50c pint. what size, quest a ~><) piece cut up puzzle picture. (k>tuu tity limited, and we oiler only while they we give on le- it serious consideration. Very truly yours, Edward B. Vrekland. CHOCOLATE CHIPS last. A rare bit in Phelps Chocolate Chips, and crisp. 40c per lb. 10c 1-4 lb. Delicious 25th ANNIVERSARY ! The Y. M. C. A. Will Celebrate CASTILE SOAP its Organization May 20th. King Edward's Physician A quantity of old castile soap, both white and mottled. This is hard clean through and does not wear away like fresh soap, 5c and 10c per cake, also have a plenty of the fresh in both sizes. Twenty-five years ago the seventh of this month the Y. M. C. A. was organized here through the efforts of Dr. W. F. F# ber, now of St. John's Episcopal Church of Detroit, who was then pastor of the Presbyterian Church of this place, and a committee was appointed at a recent meeting of the directors consisting of F. A. Hall, F. B. Brewer, E. A. Ehrensberger, E. T. Welch and W.B. Lindsay, to arrange for the proper celebration of this anniversary. The date for the celebration will be Friday, May 20th. There will be appropriate exercises, and Dr. Faber will be present and deliver an address. The exercises will be held in the Association building and all citizens are cordially invited to be present. A full programme of the exercises will be printed in our next issue. Sir Thomas Barlow, said recently, "Take Olive Oil, live on it, live with it, ami don't do without it." We sell the golden oil from the first pressing of selected French olives. It h$s a fine flavor and is rich in medical properties. Full pints 50 cent& NAIL BUFFERS A class of 29 candidates were put through the work in a most excellent manner by the Erie degree team. The drills and the unwritten work were especially well carried out and the team was loudly applauded. A banquet fit for a king was served to all members of the order at the Westfield Moose home following the meeting proper. The tables groaned under the goodies provided for the occasion and the visiting members from Erie as well as those from other nearby villages and towns did>ample justice to the spread. Addresses were made by several of the Erie party as well as by prominent men of Westfield, Jamestown, Sherman and other places. The kind that can be refitted with a new chamois at a small cost and made as good as nqw, price 50c, 75c JAF-A-LAC All colors, all sizes at regular prices. 100 Sheets 25 Cents Rubber Goods RUBBER GOODS Onr Chautauqua Linen Th§ price on rubber supplies has advanced very materially, but we anticipated the higher cost and still have stock to sell at the old figures. A good 2 quart fountian syringe at $1.00 and all other reliable goods at saving prices. pound paper contains tity an<r quality. Complete line ot Water Bottles, Syringes, mizers, Ice Bags, Rubber Gloves, etc. Ato- quan- Does not catch the pen, a pound package for Envelopes in various cuts at 10 cents. 100 sheets in JkA A A A A AA AA AA REVIEW DAY. 25 cts. THE CORNER DRUG STORE It was an occasion that will long be remembered by those present and marked a red letter day in the history of the local lodge, and was greatly enjoyed by all present. There Was a Hot Time in the "Old Town" the Past Week. Last year the village board of trustees took the town assessors roll and increased the valuation of most of the property in the business section to what they considered its proper value. DRUGS POWERS' Mother's Club. Members of the Mother's Club will kindly notice that a mistake has been made in the date on the printed program. The regular club meeting will be held Wednesday, May 18, at 3 p. m. Don't miss this meeting. Come and hear the Rev. W. F. Furman speak. The same year the town assessors raised the valuation upon nearly all property in the corporation, but it remained for this years' village assessors to really distinguish themselves along this line. Tuesday of last week was Review Day and the Trustees' room at Fireman' Hall was crowded a!! day by those who came to protest and those who were unable to get a chance to protest against the inequalities of this years' roll. Most of the people did not "kick" against the raise, but they did "kick" against what they considered the unwarranted discrimination. Such instances as the following tend to show why there was so much feeling: Baldwin & Taggart last year before their building was destroyed by fire were assessed $900, this year the vacant lot was assesed $1250, Westfield Lumber & Coal Company last year $2,500, this year $5,000 real and $90,000 personal; Welch Grape Juice Company $35,000 last year, this year $275,000; Shaw Block last year $4,500, this year $3,000. Nearly all our merchants were assessed personal property to the full extent of their inventories, without any allowance being made for their indebtedness. The review lasted Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and there were a number even then who had been there several times and failed to get a hearing. The Corner Drug Store. Everything per- THE EASIEST THING taining to the drug business. All possible accommodation to patrons. Ijpr tongue or pen is to let you know I am at it again, and not going to stop until I drop a word to you about my clothing sale. You never saw a better stock in or out of jail at prices within the reach of all, as low in Spring as they ought to be in the Fall. In young men's ready to wear I can please you at the Fair in style, quality and price. Children's line is very nice. .My strongest lines neat and natty of every kind, will wear well. You search Western New York over and you will not find such a stock of men's and youth's furnishings as I have to show you at reasonable prices. You will see by the list below how the boys and girls stand in the auto race. Lots of chance for you to win if you only try. Get your friends and neighbors to vote for you. Just a little hustle on your part and you can win. Have them go to headquarters for clothing. The Fair Store is the place if anyone asks you. O you snob stick up your nose lie will be doing business right along, it hurts, but you have got to stand it. Here they are Good Cigars. Delicious Sodas. Organ Recital. Iluylers Candies. Mr. William J. Gomph, organist of the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, will give the opening recital on the rebuilt organ in the Presbyterian church in this village on Tuesday evening, May 17th at 8 o'clock. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. Mr. Gomph is an organist of exceptional ability and is frequently called upon to open new organs in his home city. He has filled many prominent positions as organist, probably the most important being that of official organist at the Pan American Exposition. The Corner Drug Store, MUR n. POOLE Westfield. New York. The program to be presented is one of unusual interest and contains works from the principal schools of organ literature. are you in Harold Anderson Herbert Brooks.. Melvin Benius... Ray Bittles 55 Walter Johnson 151 Reynold Jackson 140 | Kenneth Jackway... f>7 Thomas Lundy 75 Howard L. Loyd 112 Carlisle McLane 55 George McCutcheon 81 Harold B. Munson... Richard Newell 8(5 Roy Parsons 02 Milford Phiel 71 Ralph Royce 53 Marion Rider 80 Caroline Rose ti2 Floyd Starkweather 67 Carl Sporker 55 Mabel Wemple 138 Merle Weaver 172 Nelson Wantshouse 84 i Keith Wells 84 Louie Spann 121 j Miss Jessie E. Hillman of Fredonia, will also give two piano numbers with organ accompaniment, which will be an object of pleasure and delight to her many friends. CITIZENS BANK OF WESTFIELD. Donald Ball Charley Bourne Fay Benson .... The Difference Between A Dollar Saved and A Dollar Spent— is Two Dollars- Y. M. C A Harry Beatty.. Fred Cochrane Louis Daly About 40 persons listened to the lecture given by Uncle John Spencer recently with a good deal of interest. Uncle John has the faculty of telling some of the most difficult scientific truths in a very simple manner. We hope to hear him again when the weather will be favorable for a much larger crowd. Walter Drake A number of our business men were required to reveal all their indebtedness, before getting relief from the personal assessment. We do not believe this procedure is necessary, and if it is continued in the future it will certainly give Westfield a black eye as a location for any business concern. Paul Dinsbier.... George Edwards Vincent Ellis.... Begin an account here with One Dollar or moreadd a little every week and watch it grow. We will help you at the rate of 3% Compound Interest. Jimmie Frank Walter Freling Louis Foot Harold Herron. Leonard Hanks Harold Hunt ... Next Sunday afternoon at four o'clock, the first of a series of five meetings will be held for the the specific purpose of discussing the right relation of the father to the training of his son. Five phases of the boy's life will be considered at these five meeting; viz: His physical, social, intellectual, religious, vocational. Dr. G. L. Hunter will address the meeting next Sunday when the physical life of the boy will be discussed. Fathers are especially invited but the invitation is extended to all young men. William Howell Henry Haenel .. CITIZENS BANK. Shoes Given Away Free ! You can readily see that there are forty-three in the race and you can catch up in one day if you hustle. Help your neighbor and he will help you. Old stingy here is the chance for you to do some good with your money, help some poor boy to get the auto by giving him the tickets you auto, and come here and trade and save money. If you don't save money I will pay you for your time. Others talk about underselling me, but they fall down, I will not be undersold on same quality of goods for cash, are you listening. The Big 10 on the Each eighteenth sale as recorded on our cash register. The following named persons have been the lucky ones so far. Galen Brownson Dead. Town Board Meeting Friday, April cash $4.00. 29th -Leroy Swartz, Galen Brownson of Allegany dropped dead at his home May 2nd. He was stricken with heart disease on the porch of his home and died instantly. The Town Board met in monthly session at the office of H. L. Munson on Thursday afternoon, May 5, 1910 at two o'clock. There were present: Supervisor W. H. Thompson, Justices Benj. Breads, M. D. Tennant. A number of bills for bridge miscellaneous machinery expenses were presented and ordered paid. Saturday, April 30th—Mrs, Hatsell, cash $3.00. Joseph Monday, May 2nd —Sam Irwin, cash $1.50. Mr. Brownson was 75 years old. He was a veteran of the Civil War. He leaves a widow and two daughters, Mrs. George Cor win and Mrs. Dorr Yokom, both of New York City. Tuesday, May 3rd-Bertha Roth, cash 65 cents. level at it all the time. Other speakers who have been secured to address the successive meetings are Messrs. Dr. H. G. Odgen, Rev. G. L. Mac- Clelland, Dr. D. W. Howell, Dr. Randolph. Wednesday, May 4th—W. A. Cochrane, cash $1.75. NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, On motion adjourned. H. W. Thompson, Clerk. Thursday, May 5th—Belle McGarrell, cash $2.50. —Gooseberry and currant plants. H. W. Blowers. —The Tew place No. 25 Second St., is for sale by Ottaway & Munson. Belden—Curtis. 19 Main St., R. D. POWERS, Westfield, N. Y. For Sale. The Tew place No. 25 Second St Inuire of Ottaway & Munson. Rev. Oliver E. Williams, pastor of Grace United Brethren church, united in marriage Thayer A. Belden of Westfield and Miss Evelyn A. Curtis of Jamestown Saturday evening, April 30th at 8 o'clock in the church parsonage. They will spend a week or two on the lake, after which thfey will make their home in Michigan.— Jamestown Journal. Friday, May 6th,—Clara Loveless, cash $2.00. Saturday, May 7th—Mrs. James Syracuse, cash $1.25. ON THE LEVEL —John Rickenbrode and family have moved into a part of the Kent house on First street. — Millinery at Miss Poole's on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Saturday, May 7th—Mrs. Henry Clayman, cash $2.00. —Wanted.— Basket makers, 30 and 35c per hundred. Apply to Landers, Fisher & Co., Cassadaga, N. Y. Sturgis & Sturgis, —Strawberry plants. H. W. Blowers. —Strawberry plants. —Potatoes for sale, phone 191 x. H. W. Blowers. Sam. Holbrook, —The following persons from this town were drawn as grand and petit jurors at Mayville, Wednesday to serve at the May term of Supreme Court: Grand jurors, Herman Lant; Petit Jurors: Robert Weatherup, J. J. Johnston, Samuel Holbrook, P. P. Govette and H. W. Thompson. "—For Sale—The 30 acre farm of H. D. Thompson on Spring street; two building lots on Spring street; also the property oa Wood street. Inquire of S. C. Crandall. —Fire Insurance. —The repairs and improvements to the J., C. &. L. E. station are nearly completed and will be greatly appreciated by the patrons of the trolley and steam road. The outside stairway will be a great convenience to those who desire to visit the Dann Greenhouses. —To Rent.—Half of double house on Jefferson street, furnace, electric lights, bath. Convenient to trolley and railroad stations. Enquire at Welch Grape Juice Company's office. The groom has a host of friends here, who extend congratulations and best wishes for their future happiness. —For Sale—Two lots on Colburn street. Fred Dinsbier. —For Sale—A rubber tired runabout. Apply to Herman PiehL | —Subscribe for The Republican. Prendergast & Douglas.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1910-05-11|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1910-05-11|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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