Westfield Republican, 1910-08-24
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@|)t toestfidifr Keptibitcait VOL. LYI. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., K Y., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1910. No. 23. PEGhEFU DAVIS JOSHUA LA DUE DEAD. CHILD ;deserted LAMB & COWAN, <^s^> THE DRUGGISTS. m Former Brocton Man Passed Away in Buffalo. Police Have Warrant for Mother Mrs. Brady of Westfield, Child CENTRAL! DRUG STORE. Word was received at Brocton last Thursday that Joshua La Due was dying in a hospital in Buffalo. Mr. La Due's sister, Mrs. A. Blood, and his sister-inlaw, Mrs. E. La Due, departed for Buffalo at 4:14 p. m., but they were too late to see him alive. He had been in failing health for some time, but an attack of pneumonia caused his sudden and unexpected death at the age of 44 years. Badly in Want when Found. Always Busy. 33 Main Street. Fresh Drugs. Phone 2. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. Night phone 8-c. 15 Main Street. John Brady, the 3-year-old son of Mrs. Delia Brady of Westfield, whom the latter left alone in the room of the City Hotel last Friday, has been turned over to Superintendent of the Poor Herbert S. Sisson by B. A. Churchill, Superintendent of the S. P. C. C. 'Phone 80 Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. RELIABITY. PURITY. ACCURACY. Still Time Nazrptic Wool According to the police the Brady woman came to Buffalo early last week with her little boy and registered at the City Hotel. On Thursday afternoon last she was arrested on complaint of her sister, Miss Margaret N. O'Brien of Westfield, who claimed that she was drinking and neglecting her child. After satisfying the police that her condition did not warrant drastic measures she was allow- To preserve eggs to use when the high prices arrive. We have seen some that had been kept a year and were in good cooking order. I'se Silicate of Soda one part to nine parts of water. For catarrhal conditions of the BORAXO Mr. La Due was bom in Brocton, and the years of his childhood and sarly manhood were spent here. The body was brought to the home of his sister, Mrs.-A. Blood of West Main street, Saturday, and the funeral \yas held there at 1:30 p. m. of the same day. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery at Portland. nose and for hay fever. Insert A Soap and Borax powder rightly blended for use in the toilet and bath. Put up in sifter top cans 25c. a bit of the medicated wool in and the nostril forget your troubles, 25 cents a package. RUBBERSET Stands for tightly set bristles. It's a pleasure to use a tooth brush that don't shed. Try a rubber- Set. 25 cents. Two Foot Thermometers Mr. La Due leaves a wife and two daughters, less than 12 years of age, in Buffalo; his father, U. S. La Due, who is nearly 90 years of age, and has been confined to his bed from paralysis for about two months; one sister, Mrs. Blood, and one brother, E. E. La Due of Brocton, besides two brothers in the west, Dayton and Frank. ed to go. She returned to the hotel and after putting the child to bed disappeared. The affair was reported to the police and the case was referred to Superintendent Churchill, who went to the hotel and found the child crying with hunger and in a very weak condition. He took the child to the S. P. C. C. headquarters in Delaware avenue and issued a warrant for the woman's arrest Dr, DkQiels se9ds us & C09Sig9n)e9t of SI 4 19c!? tl?errQon)eters. I095 distance to sell fct VL5 cei)\& e&ci?, fcctuaJ cost of productlo9. TI?e &dvertisi9$ is l?is &9d our profit. Whitman's Candy AVe have the Whitman agency and have just received a supply of fresh chocolates direct from the factory. Death of Mrs. Blowers The Fussy Package, $1.00 per lb., 50c, 1-2 lb. Super Eztra Chocolates, 80e per lb., 40c 1-2 lb. Fine Assorted Chocolates. (>0c per lb.,30c 1-2 lb. Mrs. DeAnn I. Blowers, who fell last January and broke her hip, died at her home on Elm street, Sunday morning, aged 76 years. Mrs. Blowers was one of our most highly respected residents,' and a woman of culture and refinement, one who always took a deep interest in things that was for the best interests of the village. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. H. Dann, and two sons, Harry W. and Roy S. Blowers, both of this place. The funeral was held from her late home on Tuesday afternoon and was largely attended. A fitting tribute was paid to the deceased by her pastor, Rev. G. L. Mac- Clelland, who had charge of the services. The interment was in Union cemetery. Mrs. .Brady who was on her way from Westfield. N. Y., to Williamsport, Pa., has not since been seen and the police have been searching the city in an effort to locate her; it being thought that she is still in Buffalo. Buffalo Times. Also Chocolate, Peppermints, AlmomTs, Creams, etc., at 10c, 15c, 25c and 50c per package. New Fiction Mr. Dairyman Motor Maid Window at hart. Williamson White Cat. Your comfort and that of your Suffrage Meeting. Rine- QUINEGG SHAMPOO Today, Wednesday afternoon, August 24th, at 3 o'clock, at the home of the president. Miss Burge, will be held the regular meeting of the Westfield Woman •Suffrage Society. Two delegates, in addition to the president, will be elected for the County Annual Meeting, and one delegate, in addition to the president, for the State Annual Meeting. Power and the Glorv Cooke cows will be increased by the A liquid gum soap containing egg and quinine. Makes an elegant shampoo and leaves the hair soft and glossy and stimulates the growth. 25c bottle. My Heart and Stephanie Ka ulY- man. use of Nit, a fly chaser. Life for a Life. Herrick. These and other new books in our circulating library. j ' In gallon cans 75 cents TO SMOKERS A good smoker likes a good smoke. The Little William Penn, 1-2 size at 1-2 price, is an extra good smoke for 5c. We also have a large assortment of the best 5c and 10c cigars obtainable. POWERS' Stole a Bicycle. Another Musical Service. A young man named Hardinger, son of J. D. Hardinger of Mayville, formerly of this place, was arrested Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Charles Nelson, for stealing a bicycle from a hardware store in Westfield and an auto horn from the garage. Hardinger went through town Friday on the wheel, and attracted attention by frequent blowing of the horn. Sunday Constable Irish came up from Westfield and with Constable Van Geem of this place located their man and placed him in the village lockup until the evening train, when he was taken back to Westfield.—Sherman News. Next Sunday evening at the Presbyterian Church the choir will sing Stainer's "Daughter of Jairus." This is the best of Stainer's cantatas, and is the largest work the choir has tried to do. The soloists will be Miss May Alden, soprano, and Mr. Harry J. Fellows of Buffalo, tenor. We are very fortunate in being able to get Mr. Fellows on Sunday, and everyone who can should try. to hear him in the beauti ful solo and duet in this cantata. THE WORLD IS MOVING! auiuouraau** ffi&$rvvvwwM THE CORNER DRUG STORE. And so are the people, and also the goods at the Fair Clothing Store. Are you going to have any of this world's goods. If yon arc you had better come to the Fair. I havQ the goods and they are yours if you wish to part with little of the Jong green. I will fix you up so you will be fit to be seen. My new Fall and Winter line has come just in time to dress you up with a new up-to-date suit. Why this is the home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothing, atso three other huge iactories represented here. We make your clothes fit and the clothes are made to fit or no sale. Also three large made to order houses represented with 1500 samples to select from. New lines of furnishings arriving daily. I can fit your head as well as back. The • Jfcfe new designs in Shirts and Ties are all colors the same as the sky. In footwear I am up-to-date. For Trunks and Bags do not come too late. Remember the place and do not hold your base, but make a home run and hit the plate. / Ik PERFUMES —There was a time when particular people thought they must have imported perfumes. "Hudnut" quality has done much to educate them to the use of American made goods. Our stock of Hudnut extracts, toilet waters, creams, soaps, etc., is very extensive. Give them a trial. You will be.pleased. The accompaniments will be played on the organ by Mr. Phillips and on the piano by Mr. William T. Welch, the orchestral accompaniment having been arranged for these instruments. All are cordially invited to come. * Ervin Hardinger was taken before Justice Prendergast. Plead guilty to stealing the C. B. Sheldon wheel, and Vas sent to Erie County Penitentiary for four months. FOUNTAIN PENS —Thousands of satisfied users pronounce the "Paul'E. Wirt" fountain pen the best. We have them, plain or handsomely decorated, for regular or special uses. The prices are reasonable. Divorce for the Markles. % CATLIN'S BODY FOUND An interlocutory judgment of divorce has been filed with the County Clerk, in which action Elva A. Markle appeared as the plaintiff and Ira S. Markle as the defendant. The judgment provides that the plaintiff may marry again but denies that privilege to the defendant. It also provides that the plaintiff have charge of the child, Harry T. Markle. CHOCOLATES—It is hard to think of high grade chocolates without the name "Huyler" suggesting itself. We have the Huyler goods constantly on hand and we assure you that no package ever remains in stock long enough to become stale. Huyler chocolate at our soda foun- Autopsy Will Be Held to Determine Cause of Injury—Body at Morgue. John Catlin of Westfield, Wednesday night identified the body of the man picked up in the river near Electric Beach yesterday afternoon as that of his brother James Catlin, 26 years old of 208 North Division street, Buffalo, the man who went over the rail of the steamer Henry Koerner, Jr., on Sunday morning when that craft was returning with the Modern Woodmen of America, Black Rock Chapter, aboard. tain too. HUDNUT, WIRT, and many other quality lines at HUYLER, Special Notice to Young Women. The Board of Directors of the Y. W. C. A. have, unexpectedly, the opportunity to offer to the young women of Westfield the services of Miss Mary Babcock for a course of eight or ten lessons in Artistic Physical Culture, at a very low rate. Lessons will begin at once, and any who are Interested are requested to see Mrs. Katherine Thompson Immediately at the Y. W. C. A. Building. The Corner Drug Store, dfclLIA t\ POOLE NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, Westfield. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. New York. Across the face of .the dead man was a deep gash and to ascertain its cause au autopsy will be held over the remains. Its appearance has seemed to strengthen the rumor that Catlin was injured in a fight on board the boat and that he fell as the result of it It is possible, however, that the gash was caused by his striking some obstruction in the water. The body is at the Morgue.—Buffalo News, Aug: 18. 19 Main St., R. D. POWERS, Westfield, N. Y. Westfield people do not need to be reminded of the eminent fitness of Miss Babcock for this work. CITIZENS BANK OF WESTFIELD. ON THE LEVEL As the notice is brief, and it is to the advantage of members of the class to lessen the individual expense by securing a large class, we bespeak speedy and interested effort to reach any who may be interested.Chautauqua Town Picnic Plan. REMEMBER Grapes will soon be ripe and we are all going to have money. The Chautauqua town picnic will be held in Mayville Saturday, September 3d. The committee in charge has given out the program for the day as follows: 12:00, address by Hon. Jerome B. Fisher. At one p. m. field sports will be held on Peacock Field. These sports will consist of races, climbing waxed pole, catching greased pig and other contests. At three o'clock there will be a ball game between Mayville Baseball club and the Chautauqua team. Band concert in the park until 9:30 p. m. Westfeld Grange f s Good time to open an account here. Westfield Grange met is regular session the evening of August 19, with 118 in attendance. Seven new names were proposed for admittance. One candidate was baUotted for and 11 received instructions in the third and fourth degrees. After the regular business session the lecturer took charge and gave a part of the program which had been prepared. Professor Tuck was with us and occupied the rest of the time and gave a very fine talk to the young people, especially the boys. Our next meeting will be September seven at two p. m. Here is the place for bargains. Nice goods cheaper than ever. Fifty cents-Corsets sold for 25 cents to close out. It pays to trade with Get a pass book and check book. Pay your bills by check and know how you stand. We invite yOur account. J- & E. J. MACOMBER, Westfield- No. 38 East Main Street. CITIZENS BANK. Prompt Payment. The Knights of the Maccabees of the World have to their credit the promptness with which they pay their death claims. The claim of the late Andrew F. Greenslete was completed August 6. and a check for the same in full was sent to the record keeper, August 16. Sturdevant Won Mile Handicap. Sturdevant in a 10-mile race in the Celeron Auditorium next Friday night, again defeated Louis Tewanima, the Carlisle Indian runner, in a special 5-mile event. Driscoll's time was 26:27 2-5. The program is as follows: Song by the choir. Reading by Sister Sophia Peters. Recitation by Brother Ernest Dibble. Lynn Sturdevant, the Jamestown runner, won, the one-mile handicap run at the annual games of the United Spanish War Veterans at Fort Erie Beach Saturday afternoon. Sturdevant had forty yards handicap. C. P. Driscoll, #with 65 yards, was second, and Mike Ryan of the Irish-American Athletic Club, with forty yards, was third. The time was 4:34. At this same meet Joe Driscoll, who meets Farmers Take Notice! Take Notice! All weeds and brush in the highways must be cut before September 1st or else they will be cut and charged to the property. J.H. Kolpien, Town Supt. Property owners are requested to cut all weeds in front of their premises in the highway and keep them cut By order of the Board of Trustees. Solo by Brother D. W. Hall. Recitation by Sister Blanche Arneman, Reading by Sister Fannie Riley. —For Sale.-Golden Bantum Sweet Corn for drying or canning. Evergreen latfer. • Harry J. Barber. Take Notice. Discussion - What farm power and machinery is it necessary for the modem farmer to possess, by Brother George Sawin, August Freling, Jr. and J. L. Waterman. The third and fourth degrees, will be given. Cor. J. A. Riley, Clerk. —To Loan.—Money upon approved security. Address P. 0. Box 143. —Subscribe for the Republican. ~ —Get a bottle of Beaver' Furniture Polish at Jeffery's Furniture Store. Finest In the land. • ' My wife, Electa L. Hahow, having left my bed and board, I forbid any one trusting her at my expense. J. A. Hahow. —Fire Insurance. Prendergast & Dougla.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1910-08-24|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1910-08-24|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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