Westfield Republican, 1910-11-02
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@I)C Im&mm 'ilepttbiieftn VOL. LYI. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1910. No. 33. PCGbERsBAVIS CHARMING WEDDING. GUST J0SEPHS0N SHOT. • LAMB, '& COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. m m Charles G. Watson of Copper Hill, Tennessee, and Miss Agnes M. Flagler of This Place United in Marriage at St. Peter's Church Saturday Evening, October 29. A very pretty autumn wedding was The Accident Happened while Hunting Sunday—His Condition is Dangerous—He was Shot by t a Companion. Always Busy. CENTRAh DRUG STORE. Fresh Drugs. 33 Main Street. Phone 2. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. Night phone 8-c. 15 Main Street. 'Phone 80 Gust Josephson, 20 years old. of 404 Hazelton avenue. Jamestown, was accidentally shot and probably mortally wounded by his friend, William Hollings, also 20 years old, of 409 Hazelton avenue, at 8 o'clock Sunday morning while the two were hunting in the brush only a few hundred yards south of their homes and just inside the city limits. With a fractured skull and suffering from concussion of the brain, Josephson was hurried to the Woman's Christian Association hospital in on ambulance, where Dr. Robert B. Bianchard attended him. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES held at St. Peter's church' last Saturday evening, when Miss Alice Flagler of this village was united in marriage to Charles G. Watson of Copper Hill, Tenn., formerly of Westfield. Palm-Olive Cream Free Here Again EXTRA GOOD first lot of Victoria Linen Olive Soap and get a 50 cent jar ')ox PaPer containing GO sheets of Palm Olive Cream free. Cou- ?° enveioPes for a quarter , , , didn't go around. We have an- P°ns 01 lo o (i wi je oun , other shipment, quality equal to in this week s Saturday Evening the first and very special at the Price 25 cents a box. Buy six, 10 cent cakes of Palm The Willow Almond Cream makes rough,chapped skin smooth. Four ounce bottle 25 cents. The church was beautifully decorated with the late fall leaves, vines and flowers. Miss Adelaide Flagler presided at' the organ and played the wedding march, and before the ceremony played the beautiful prelude from Lohengrin. Just before the bridal procession entered Miss Mary Tennant of Buffalo, a cousin of the bride, sang "1 Once Had a Heart." ONE BARREL OF CIDER Can be preserved in a sweet and unfermented form with one package of Sulphide of Lime. 15c per pkg. Post, or can be had at our store- price. The shooting occurred in a thirty acre tract covered with brush, which abounds in rabbits. The two young men had arisen er.rly to take advantage of the light snow for tracking the rabbits. Coming to a hole, they sent the ferret in to drive the rabbits out. Makes Hens Lay The bride entered the church with her uncle, G. L. Flagler, her mother giving her in marriage at the altar. The maid of honor was the bride's sister, Miss Suzette Flagler, and the groom's best man was his brother, Leonard Watson of New York. Colgates Combined Comforts Dr lless Pan-a-cea is not a stimuiant but a tonie which enables your liens to get the good of all the egg producing food they eat, thereby making them lay more eggs. Give it a trial, Your money back if not satisfactory results. 25c,• 00c and $1.25 per package. We also have o complete line of Dr. Hess and Clarks stock foods, etc. Set No. 1, for' men, contains Shaving Stick or Powder * Talcum Powder • Toilet Soap and Small Dental Cream. Josephson was crouching about five feet ahead of Hollings. In a moment they saw several rabbits scurrying across the fields. Hollings, who was standing up, raised his gun and took hurried aim at one of the fleeing rabbits, and just as he pulled the trigger of the shot gun Josephson jumped up to shoot at another rabbit. The maids were growned in pink and white and carried pink and white chrysanthemums. They were Miss Kathcrine Jones and Miss May Granger, cousins of the bride, Miss Rowena Hopson, Miss Grace Stephens, Miss Amy Brown of Westfield and Miss Esther Christian of Cleveland.Set No- 2, for women contains Talcum Powder, choice of odors Dental Cream Toilet Soap and Small Violet Extract. Price of either set, 50 cents. They make excellent gifts. The full charge of Homings' gun struck Josephson in the back of the head just above the center and plowed its course The ushers were Henry Tennant"of Buffalo, Jay Watson of Columbus, Ohio- Wilson Rood, Edward Reagon, Samuel F. Nixon and Paul Welch of Westfield. NYOLS EASENE A borated powder prepared especially for swollen, tender feet 25 cents. over the top of the skull to the forehead. Josephson dropped in his tracks, unconscious. Nearly wild with grief at shooting his friend, Hollings and another young man who was not far off carried Joseph-, son to his home and called the ambul- burning, After the ceremony, which was read by the rector, Rev. Frederick W. Burge, the party were entertained at Portage Inn and left on an early evening train amid showers of rice and good wishes for their new home in Tennessee. CHAMOIS VESTS Will protect you from the cold windy weather which i6 sure to came The Boston for ladies and The Oregon for men. $2.00 each. ance. Josephson was not over five feet'from the muzzle of Hollings' gun and the charge struck with such force as to produce a slight fracture of the skull and concussion of the hrain, though none of the shot penetrated the brain. The young man's cap was blown to pieces. Stain Remover I Combination Mr. Watson is a former Westfield young man, who is now the superintendent of the chemical department of the Copper .Hill Mining Company. Mr. Watson takes with him as his bride one of Westfield's most pqpular and most charming young women, whose many friends remembered her with a large variety of beautiful gifts. DRUGS AND PRESCRIPTIONS I Bowen's Stain- remover, removes Water bottles and fountain syringes. Reliance brand at $1.50 for the set. A thoroughly good article at a moderate price. Brisk demand keeps our rubber stock fresh Anything in your drug wants and prescription work receive careful ank prompt attention. Nothing But the best drugs obtainable used in our dispensing. rust, ink, grass, fruit and medi- Dunkirk Physician Injured cine stains Money back I Dr V. D. Bozovsky of Dunkirk was ■seVAtrly iujurcil fn an atchier.t in Cfjntrr 1 avenue in Fredonia Saturday afternoon* A trolley car he was closely following in his automobile stopped suddenly. The auto crashed into the rear end of the car and the doctor was thrown out. He struck on his head and suffered a bad scalp wound and concussion of the brain. Dr. ! Bozovsky was removed to the Brooks hospital in Dunkirk. The auto was almost completely wrecked: does'nt. 25 cents a tube. Many out-of-town guests attended »he wedding, as follows: Major and Mrs. E. P. Putnam and Dr. Ray Granger and wife of Jamestown; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Elliott, C. R. Cipperly and family, Marion Keyes and family, Mrs. V. A. Albro, Miss Carrie Putnam, of Mayville; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tennant and Misses Mary and Ruth Tennant, Miss Alice Holt, Frank C. Brown, Mrs. William Holden Chase and Miss Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hypes, Mr,- and Mrs. James Adams and Miss Nellie Adams, of Buffalo; Dr. and Mrs. Guy Granger, Sherman; Mr. and Mrs. William Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnison, Hon. A. B. Osborne and wife, Erie, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Watson, and Miss Ruth Watson, Conneautville, 0.; P. J. Watson, Jr., Canton, 0., and Miss Grace James, Rochester, N. Y. THE CORNER DRUG STORE. Excuse us please while we BroncKial Tablets Pew Toots toot our horn a little. A perfect relief for throat irritation and that tickling cough which causes so much loss of sleep. Contain none of the narcotics so generally used in cough remedies. 10c box. Wfi've something worth tooting about Night School. and toot we must. Peroxide of Hydrogen It is hoped that the community will awaken to the importance of our night schools for adult Italians conducted by Miss Clara E. Espey. The young lady does not confine her teachings to instruction in the English language alone, but to better citizenship as well. Our Fall Clothing, Head wear and Tog- It is important that this very useful remedy • should be of absolute purity and full strength. We have just received a shipment from one of the most reliable manufacturers. Put up in bottles at 15c> 25c and 50c. gery is here on spread and what a dis- play it is. Judge Ottaway-spent an evening with the class last week, telling the members how to attain American citizenship - the processof naturalization. He was very explicit on the evils of vote selling. A visitor remarked to us, "The Judge gave them to understand that hell was just yawning for the soul of every Italian, who ,ever sold his vote." Lombard Grange. TOOT, TOOT, Perfvimes At the last regular meeting of Lombard grange on October If, the meeting was called to order by the worthy overseer, Mrs. Grace Tucker, and after the usual opening exercises and the transaction of necessary business a recess was called for a short social time, awaiting the arrival of the master and lecturer, botU of whom were in the registration board for this voting district. Upon the arrival of the master the meeting was again called to order, and as the lecturer was still absent Bro. Harlou Breads was asked to take the chair. The news of the day committee was called upon and an article pertaining to the production of clean milk was read and the statement in an article found in a paper of recent date that music was valuable in a cuw's stable, was discussed. One brother stated that he once owned a cow that would Rive down her milk much easier and faster if he whistled a waltz tune than she would for any other style of music or without music. The members did not come to any conclusion with reference to buying phonographs for their cow stables, however.' Suits, Fall Overcoats, Winter Overcoats, Raincoats and Trousers, are the best that we could secure—they're away above New goods recently arrived from ferent manufactures. No doubt your favorite odor in stock. three difwe have the crowd. A Citizen, TOOT, TOOT, The Corner Drug Store, JfclLIA n. POOLE Y. W. C. A. Notes. We wish to thank the friends who are supplying our reading table with periodicals. If we knew your names we should be glad to do it indivually. Such Suits at $15.00 and $18.00. £uch splendid Overcoats at $13.50 and $16.50. Such Trousers at $3.00 mid! $4.70. Westfield, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. The board has adopted the following rules regarding membership: No woman is counted as a member until she has paid her dues; old members who are more than six months in arrears will be dropped from the roll unless they make satisfactory explanation to the general secretary. We think these rules only right, since it is not fair to the public or t§ our subscribers to represent a larger membership than really exists. A roll, as accurate as we can make, appears in the recently published rep rt. Hereafter this roll will be revised quarterly and posted on our bulletin board. Then the choice Hats and Furnishings. Oh, come and" see us. Wo can boat any lawyer in town on suits. TOOT. TOOT, TOOT. "Look well to your eyes that they may be a guide to your footsteps and a comfort to your old age." The hand of time cannot be stayed, people grow old, as years advance, the eyes grow weaker; to help the eyes means to wear glasses—not any glasses, but properly fitted glasses. We are fully qualified in this W. H. THOMPSON, The One Price Clothier. West field, N. Y. particular line and would appreciate your patronage. CITIZENS BANK OF WESTFIELD. The subject of drainage was then taken up and discussed. It was thought that it would pay farmers in this section to drain their lands more than they have in the past Dr. Optics. J, C, POWERS, Watc*Doc,or' Next Sunday at 5 o'clock we hold our Bible study rally. We hope to see a large number of our members and friends here, as it is one of the most important meetings of the year. Miss Shepard wiM speak, and Mrs. Elton D. Warner of Dunkirk will sing. We wish to make our registration for Bible classes complete on that day. Open an account CITIZENS BANK FIELD and deposit as yon please. with THE of WESTand check No. 8 iJortage Street. Our next regular meeting will be an all day session on November S, and our annual fair will be held at that time. Let all members and their children try and be present with some of the best of what they have gathered for their winter's use. A chicken dinner will be served at noon. Those who are not asked to furnish something else, please bring pies and cakes. FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY My stock is now complete in every detail. We are showing the Cloche, Corday and Turtle shapes and the latest ideas in hats and trimmings will be added as soon as they are shown by the wholesale dealers. A series of very interesting meetings is being planned for the world's week of prayer, November 13-20. More particular notice will be given later. We have fire proof vaults and safety deposit boxes for the use of our customers. MARRIED. —Shur-On eye glasses fitted by E. H, Overton. I thank you for your generous patronage in the past and * respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. In Westfield, N. Y.. Oct., 22, 1910, by Rev. R. T. Randolph, Charles Leverne Goodspeed and Miss Edith L o r e 11 a Goldback, both of Austin, Pa. You are Invited to call and * —The town clerk has issued eighty-one hunting licenses for this town during the month of October. see us. In Westfield. N. Y., October 24th, by Rev. R. T. Randolph. William Gamble Douglass and Miss L. Mae Faulkner, both of Conneaut, Ohio. « Miss BLAYNEY, WeSdJNX —Miss Agnes Rogers has opened a dress making establishment in the Burns building over Kdley & Son's grocery. CITIZENS BANK.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1910-11-02|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1910-11-02|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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