Westfield Republican, 1911-02-22
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®I)C tocaffkld- KtpuMicatt VOL. LYI. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., X. Y., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911. No. 49. PEGL2ER&BAVIS, HEARING MARCH FIRST INTERSCHOLASTIC DEBATE LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. At Albany, on the Grape Juice Bill of Assemblyman Brennan, of New York City. At Academy Hall Between Jamestown and Westfield on Friday Evening. CENTRAL; DRdG STORE. Always Busy. 33 Main Street. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. Night phone 8-c. 15 Main Street. 'Phone 80 Fresh Drugs. In a letter just received from our townsman, C. Ft Bigler, from Albany, he informs us that a hearing on the Brennan Grape Juice Bill has been set for March 1st Mr. Paul Welch, of this place, will appear for the manufacturers, and Mr. Bigler will oppose the bill from the growers standpoint The growers are fortunate in having such an able man as Mr. Bigler at Albany to look after their interests. The interscholastic debate between Jamestown and Westfield High Schools will be held at Academy Hall Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. The question is: "Resolved, "That the United States government should own and control the coal mines." Westfield will uphold the affirmative and Jamestown the negative. This is the first, last and only Interscholastic debate held here this year. Come and gsve the High school your heartiest support. Admission 15c and 2oc. Phone 2. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 o 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES. It Does Two Year Guarantee Below Cost and it doesn't. Cherry Bark; Cough Syrup does cure a cough and cures it promptly, but it' does not derange the stomach like many preparations. Price 25 cents, double size 45 cents. On our Kantleek Water Bottles. We are closing out at less than cost price a lew pieces of Brush Brass, one Colonial Mirror an<T several Post Card Albums. < I our signed and We give your Tigers Defeated. dated warrant and stand by the Last Wednesday night the Tigers of the local Y. M. C. A. were defeated by the Tigers of Erie in a roughly played game by the score of o4 to 32. The following is the line up: OlivilO Sermon For Men goods for two years Two quart size $1.50. The sermon at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning will be especially for men. The pastor has something special to say to the men of the church and congregation, and all men are cordially invited. The afternoon service, at four o'clock, will be very helpful. The music to be sung at that time includes the following: O Most Merciful, Elliott; A Song in the Night, Woodman; God is a Spirit, Bennett. Is selling fast. It is a good, nicely perfumed Olive Oil Toilet Soap. 10c cake. 3 for 25(5. Liberal samples free. 4 Westfield (32) Daley Morgenstern .. Keopka Erie (34) Hall Eckert Anderson 180 More Boxes Linen, at 25 .1 f r f. c. • Euthymol Tooth Paste Of our Cascade cents each. Bristol Bittles Gerboth Act* Each box contains 48 sheets, ruled or plain, and 48 envelopes to match. Stationery men tell us that they cannot duplicate it. It's double quantity, of good quality, for the regular price. Cleans the teeth and keeps them pearly white. It is an antiseptic and deodorant, pleasant to use and keeps the gum in a healthy condition. 25c tub§. Field goals: Daley 2, Morgenstern 4, Keopka 4, Bristol 3, Bittles 1, Hall 5, Eekert 4, Anderson 1, Gerboth 4. Foul goals: Keopka, 3, Bristol 1, Eckert 6. eson Perfumes arid Toilet Walters Estate Makes Payment. Eagles Won County Treasurer Emmons J. Swift has received a check for $9,880 from the trustees under the trust agreement of the Susan S. Patterson estate of Westfield. This is a payment of the inheritance tax on $220,000 of the property which passed under the trust agreement ;The payment is made under protest awaiting the decision of the case in the higher courts an appeal having been taken from Surrogate Harley N. Crosby's order. We have a large and complete stock of tlte best known perfumes in bulk and in bottles. Here area few of them:IIudnuts Violet Sec and Ambree Violetta,, L. T. Pivem Azuvea, Jickey, Wood worth's Blue Lilly and Easter Lilly. Last Saturday night the Eagles of the local Y. M. G A. defeated the fast Fredonia Midgets by the score of 36-20. The line up was as follows Eagles (36) Phillips.... Backinan- For Same Reason Kodak News Fredonia (20) Jewett .1 f that you send for the best doctor bring your prescriptions to us. Registered pharmacists will give you careful attention and our drugs are fresh and of full strength. Velvet Green Velox Post Cards, dozen 20 cents. Velox Transparent Water Colore, book of 12 colors, 25 cents. Portrait attachments for all Kodaks, 50 cents each. Mash Sheets, 0 for 25 cents. In Toilet Waters we have: Iludnuts, Coigates and Willis H. Lowes Willow brand. Weatheiup.. Barber Curtis Benson-Bittles r f. . c •1 g r g Moir Babcock Bartlett Bartlett Drvigs and Prescriptions Field goals: Curtis 1, Bittles 2, Barber 7, Backman 1, Phillips 2, Weatherup 4, Bartlett 1, Babcock 1, Moir 5, Jewett 3. Foul goals: Barber 1, Backman 1. Time of halves 20 minutes. The payment of the $9,880 leaves the tax on $549,733*62 unpaid. The tax due under the Surrogate's order is $24,787.91. The estate has already voluntarily paid a tax of $2,679.8 on $56,092.51 which passed under the will of the deceased. It is expected that the appeal from Judge Crosby's order assessing an inheritance tax on the entire estate, including the trust agreement, will be carried through the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court to the Court of Appeals. It was the largest tax ever (imposed in this coypty. ; Are our principal business—and we feel that we can give you the best of service. Mothing but pure, fresh and reliable drugs used 111 our dispensing. \ye do not substitute.<■ If it is something we do not have or is temporarily out of stock we will get it for you the quickest way without extra expense to you Trusses No, Not Quitting Funeral of Dr. Seymour. For them who need them. We can fit you. Try us. Our sale of library books is only to make room for constant additions to our circulating library. Few of the new books of fiction that are nbt on our shelves within a week, of publication. No membership fee. The funeral of the late Dr. G. W. Seymour was held from the Presbyterian church last Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 and was one of the largest ever held in this village, people being present in large numbers from Ripley, Brocton, Portland, and Mayville, filiing the church to its utmost capacity. The members of S;jmipit. Lodge, No. 219, F. & A. M„ of which the deceased was a member attended in a body and had charge of the services at the grave. The physicians of this and surrounding towns also attended in a body. The services at the church were in charge of the pastor, Rev. George L. MacClelland, and he paid a most fitting and eloquent tribute to the memory of the deceased, who had lived and labored so faithfully in this community. The floral offerings were many and of great beauty, a fine type of the beauty and helpfulness of the life that had passed out of our midst Elastic stockings, knee caps and belts ordered to your measure. The Corner Drug Store. Crutches fqr the lame at $1 a pr. MUST PAY INTEREST rf'-r." POWERS' Our dispensing clerk has been trusted with more than FIFTY THOUSAND Gas Company To Give It For Money Paid For Meters. The Pennsylvania Gas Company has received an order from the Public Service Commission directing it to pay six per cent interest on all meter deposits received from patrons, and Wednesday the company sent out notices to the gas consumers who put up a cash deposit at the time they secured their meters instead of presenting the surety of a friend that they can receive the interest on their deposits by calling at the office. THE CLOTHING HOUSE!! PRESCRIPTIONS I have a number of men making clothing. I have a number of men wearing them. Are you one of them, if not why not ? Correct outfittings. Going to be a season of Serges. Exquisitely tailored suits. Hand stitched coats, correctly cut and skillfully tailored. Business clothes that make business men. No investment pays better than good clothes. I have them. High grade clothing within everybody's reach. Give your eyes a treat and see my clothing. Help out the old coat and vest with a pair of my new trousers. Clothing is cheaper for a healthy boy than #a doctor bill for a sick one. Every stitch a bargain. My new spring caps are in many new styles. I have those 50 inch four-in-hand ties ready for you at 50c. Rainy weather umbrellas, the bpst you. i - m x ". .■ -. ... 1K| O^H •; . A SUIT FOR'TITTLE CHAPS" Wic? "/ s ofE ~t' You can safely trust him with yours. Only the best materials used. Resolutions of Respect According to the order from the commission, the interest must be paid on all deposits from the date the deposit was made. It is understood that some gas consumors will therefore receive a snug little return on their original deposits.— Jamestown Post Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 18. 1911. My Dear Mrs. Seymour : The Corner Drug Store, jaLiA POOLE. During the meeting of Uie Chautauqua Society on Monday evening last, the sad news of the death of Dr. Seymour was received. It came as a great shock to all his many friends present, for few knew he was sick and none knew that his illness was serious. It was decided to join the numerous expressions of individual sorrow and sympathy in a resolution, and upon motion of Professor Fosdick, the following was unanimously adopted: Westfield, New York. Hot and cold drinks at our Soda Fountain. Waterworks for Portland. The question of building a waterworks plant for Portland has been discussed pro. and con to quite an extent lately and the ones who have taken an active part in the promotion of the saihe called Mr Wider, civil engineer of Fredonia to Portland Monday who went over the ground and made an estimate of the probable cost of the same. Licensed Pharmacist in charge MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC I "Resolved, that this Society convey to Mrs. Seymour and her children, in their bereavement, the deep sympathy of its members. They mourn not alone, for all who knew Dr. Seymour personally loved him, and those who knew him only by reputation admired and respected him. To those who were his friends his death a sense of irreparable personal loss. They were endeared to him by his uniform kindness and his genial nature. To all he stood ready to give his time and his abilities, without stint and with absolute unselfishness, in his chosen profession; and his life has been an unbroken chapter of devotion to the sick and suffering. We, who knew him best, can,perhaps only partially, appreciate the loss sustained by his famiiy, to whom our hearts go out in their deep sorrow. In his death the community at large has lost a capable physician and a good citizen: and all who knew him have lost a true friend." We have a full liue of up-to-date music and popular songs. Also a complete line of McKinley music, all at 10 cents per copy. Will be pleased to order any special MUSIC. It is proposed to take the water from a spring on Thayer Hill, near Nelson Thayer's, which affords the people of this community an opportunity to have a water system for fire and other purposes which would be second to none. To bring this about it will be necessary to incorporate a§ a village or a water district and every taxpayer owning property in Portland is requested to meet at Scott's Hall next Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, when all information possible will be furnished and the exact cost of the same. Mr. Wilder will be present. -Brocton Enterprise. OUJ 'ono OS on ever saw for $1.00. You can go farther, but you can't do any better than at 19. I am in business to do business. If you will take a few minutes and drop in I will make it pay you. Have you ever seen your self as other people do, if y<Ju will but come and look into one of my new glasses you will. Every time you buy $2.00 worth of goods or more you get one of them for 35 cents, worth $1.00. v See some in west window. Remember the place the Big 19 on the level. We would like to call your attention to our window. The suite we show will be marked down 50 cents every day until sold1. Watch it. A. P. JEFFER Y. NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, Naw Rumc Dlnrl/ U/flp+f!ft1<l N V !i mwi uj uiwiif TT vjiuvm* n« i • narrow tscape. There was another narrow escape from having a bad wreck on the trolley line in the Twenty-mile gulf last Saturday. The west bound car due in North East at 2:10 jumped the rails on the bridge, but came to a stop on the ties with no further injury to the passengers than a shaking up. It was several hours before the car could be put back on the rails and regular traffic resumed. Patrons of this line will give one big sigh of relief when the new bridge and cut-off track are ready for use, as the old line through the gulf has always been feared as dangerous. —North East Breeze. 19 Main St., R. D. POWERS, Westfleld, N. Y. Attention! ! 19 ON THE LEVEL The secretary is instructed to transmit a copy of this resolution to Dr. Seymour's family. Prices cut in two on a big lot of children's under- I am, yours with sympathy, E. W. Holt, Secretary. wear. —Remnants of wall paper at bargain prices, lc per roll upwards. —Special, muslin underwear 1-4 off. Thomas-Horning|Co. Wools, yarns, Stamped goods and notions in stock * at lowest prices. —Don't miss the Basket Ball game tonight Bisons vs. Sherman. Thomas-Horning Co. —Rev. R. F. Randolph is planning a rally day for Methodism on Sunday the fifth ot March. The program will appear in the Church Bulletin of next Sunday and in this paper next week. He wishes the cooperation of all the Church and congre- * * gation. -rM —Watch, clock and jewelry repairing done promptly by a first class watchmaker. —Thomas-Horning Co., are selling wall paper at greatly reduced prices. E. H. Overton. E. J. MACOMBER, Westfield- New York. —Rev. E. C. Delaplaine will preach in his old pulpit in the M. E. Church Sunday morning next. He will be heartily welcome.—Avoid the rush. Have your watch repaired now at Overton's Jewelry Store. -- Living Rooms or Offices to rent. Gas,v water, toilet. In Overton Block. —John Lloyd had the misfortune last week to have 15 hens stolen from his premises on North Portage street. He tracked the parties to Barcelona but was unable to locate the hens. —Basket Ball tonight Bison* vft-, Sherman. » No. 38 East (Main Street.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1911-02-22|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1911-02-22|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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