Westfield Republican, 1911-05-10
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$l)e toestfidft tkpublicon VOL.2LYII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1911. No. 8. PCGliERsBAVIS, DEWITT G. JILLSON, ity in which he lived a matter of sorrow, and to this Board a distinct misfortune. His death has left a void it will be hard to fill. LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. President of Citizens Bank, and GCNTRALi DRUG STORE. Prominent Business Man, Passed Away May 3, 1911, After a Brief Illness. The recollection of him will always be to us who have served with him on this Board of Directors that of a man of ability, uprightness,.fieninliry nnH wiHe experience, and who- in precept and example was to the full measure a model citizen and pub- Always Busy. Fresh Drugs. 33 Main Street. Phone 2. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Suitiay from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. Night phone 8-c. 15 Main Street. . 'Phone SO WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES. This gentleman, whose demise came on j Wednesday evening last with startling : suddenness, notwithstanding he had been alarmingly sick for several weeks, was one of the most influential and popular business men of the town, and the large public demonstration at the hour of the funeral on Saturday afternoon attested that his place in the estimation of his felj low citizens of all classes was very great i and based on the solid merit of years of public service. The record of his life, from youth up, will show that the people were not deceived in their judgment of his worth but that all that golden meed of public sorrow and sympathy and tender sense of personal loss on the part of hundreds had been won by a life-time of purity of character, sincerity of purpose, kindliness of manner and perfect honesty in business affairs. This record of his life had all been made here in hie home-town and was open to the knowledge and admiration of the multitudes of those who met him from year to year in the many associations of his busy career. From boyhood his life was characterized by friendships of the lasting kind. He was so courteous, so free from harsh judgments, so ready to help with counsel and means, so careful in business, and so attentive to every duty, however exacting, that those about him came to rely upon him and to feel towards him the gratitude which is always a noble quality of human relations. The man around whom, in the steady growth of years, gathers this crown of general confidence and popular good will, this trust in his integrity and usefulness, accompanied by a warm personal regard, is a man of high type, concerning whom too much is not likely to be said, when he passes from the scene of his earthly labors. What is greater in the value of a community than its reliable men of affairs? Their worth is not to be counted in gold. They are the true as- lic servant. Egg Preserver Spring Medicines Therefore, in consideration of the deep feeling of personal and public bereavement that pervades this Board, be it A Simplex Vacuum Bottles The government bulletin recommends silicate of soda (water glass) one part to nine parts of water. Keep the eggs oovered with this solution. A quart, making two and a half gallons Vegetable Compound, s woman's remedy, 79c. Syrup Hypophosphites, pts 75c. Celery and Iron Tonic, 90c. Wine of Cod Liver Extract, all the good of the oil without the grease 89c. Rexall Resolved, That the sympathy and condolence *f this Board individually and as a whole be conveyed to his mourning and deeply afllicted widow and immediate relatives in the loss they have sustained, and that the action here taken be spread upon our minutes and a copy thereof suitably engrossed be sent to the family of the deceased. m ft V Quarts $3 00. ■Less than one-half price of others. Guar- anteed to keep liquid's hot oO hours, cold 80 hours. They are a necessity for thos<j who preserver costs 2o cents. have a baby in the house or for one who car- s. w. p. ries his dinner. Pints $1.00, $1.50 and $2.f)0. FIND DISPATCHERS BODY New York Central Employee Fell or Jumped Into Subway Cut. Sherwin-Williams Paint is made by old honest methods. The manufacturers press their own oil, make their own lead by the old Dutch process, and prepare their own colors. We'd like to tell you more about it. Come in. Jvist Opened The body of Arthur W. Dickerman, a train dispatcher of the New York Central railroad was found yesterday at the bottom of the subway cut in Fourth avenue near Atlantic avenue.Brooklyn. Cards and a railroad pass found on the body enabled the police to notify the office. A fresh pail of gum drops. They are fine An extra fine chocolate cream 30c lb. 20c lb. Large Can Insect Ammunition ConkeY's Poultry Remedies Rose Nicotine,for rose insects especially, 10 and 25 cents. White Hellebore, fresh powdered, pound 25 cents. Not a cure-aH.but one for every disease, roup, gapes, cholera, etc. Their use has saved many a flock in Westfield. Booklet Of Wright's Violet Talcum Powder, fumed 25c. daintily per- At first it was believed that Dickerman had met with foul play, but the police now incline to the belief that he fell on the pile of rocks at the bottom of the ciit, which is seventy feet deep. A watch and a small sum of money were found in Dickerman's pocket. Colgev.tes Magic Fluid, for bed bugs,sprinkler top cans, 15 cents. Arsenate Lead, 1 lb jars 20c. i They are all good. Ribbon Dental Shave Powder. Shaving Cream or 25 cents each. free Cream. Shaving Rapid Stick. We Sell Liquid Veneer Dickerman had been employed by the New York Central for six or seven years- His place was in the tower at Fifty-sixth street and Park avenue. Manhattan. A crew of several men were under his control and he was responsible for the movements of all trains in his division. His shift was from 11 o'clock at night to 7 o'clock in the morning, but he caHed up the division 'superintendent Thursday night and asked to' be excused, saying that he did not feel well New York Sun. Mar«> ' * Flower Seeds Allen's Corn Plasters Nasturtium, trailing, ounce 5c. Sweet Peas, mixed or separate colore, ounce 5c. Package flower seeds in all best varieties, fresh seeds,5 and 10c Relieve the soreness at once, by removing pressure, cure finally with tjie medicated plaster. Package of 4 for 10 cents. It will make your wood work, piano and furniture look like new, by simply going over thq surface with a cloth moistened with the veneer. FRESH DEPENDABLE DRUGS. POWERS' The Corner Drag Store. seta which proclaim the dignity and strength of the community life. Among those who have stood, and will stand in years to come for the best in Westfield's civic and business relations, for its sober judgments and permanent strength, for its social purity, for its rich types of hoqie, its church stability and strong Christian faith, none in the roundness of his life Mr. Dickerman was the oldest son of Mr. E. H. Dickerman, formerly a resident here, and the remains were brought here Monday morning for interment. Rev. F. W. Burge officiating. Arthur had a host of friends here, who regret his untimely death, and the sympathy of the entire community goes out to his family in their great sorrow. HELPING PEOPLE Goods Recently Received that are in need is my business. A good cause. "What are yo* doing for summer clothes, that is my business selling clothing to people that need them Now by the looks of you, you are in need1 ot a new suit, and I have all of the best patterns the market affords. Made neat, look neat, wear neat. Come and get into the procession and look well. You make me sick, wearing those of(f shabby clothes. Pretty soon you will be dead and they will say, too bad, he's gone and isn't it a shame the way he used to dress, hoard up the money for some one pipe to quarrel over. Take a little good yourself and you will have the respect of the whole community. I have 500 ready-towear suits on hand at prices I defy any city store to compete with. Some goods. I carry in stock ure equal to any city stores. Always ready to show the goods or compare prices. In gent's furnishings I have the largest and most complete fine ever shown in "Western New York Have a look, I have the warm weather goods. Ready for alP comers in male attire. Remember the place the Big 19 on the Level. Always at it. Sanatogen—The new tonic and Reconstructive made in Germany, advertised in leading magazines, used and recommended by many prominent physicians and others in both America and Europe. Ask us for descriptive booklet, $1.00 and $1.90 per package. and completeness of his fellowships with all men, will be recognized as more worthy of the high place accorded him. Born in the vicinity of Westfield on November 19, 1849, he spent some years of his life on a farm. During the last fifteen years or more he has resided in Westfield and has been closely connected with extensive business enterprises. He has been very prominently identified with the Chautauqua and Erie Grape Company, and as president of the Citizens' Bank of Westfield was foremost among the monied interests. His position in Masonic circles was very pronounced, as was attested by the large representation of this body at his funeral. He was for many years a devoted friend of the Methodist Episcopal Church and an efficient member of the Board of Trustees. He had'been a member of the Water Board of this village for six years, and a gateman at the pier at Chautauqua for twenty years. In public and private life his relations to all were pure. On May 27, 1873, he was married to Miss Lydia Hoitink. Their home life was beautiful. To his stricken wife the sympathies of the community will go out with warmest regard and prayer for God's blessing on her loneliness. In this widespread sympathy will be joined, also, the : family friends of our brother, who will' long mourn the absence of this cherished member of the household. He is survived by a wife, two brothers j and two sisters, Marion and Adelbert.! Mrs. Ottaway and Mrs. White, all of West- ! field. Horses and Hay for Sale. Having rented farm to a tenant having his own horses, I offer for sale some good work horses; also a quanity of hay and some farming tools. Inquire at 72 South Portage street, Westfield, N. Y., H, L. Kent Superba Dry Shampoo Powder— A waterless, sanitary shampoo for cleansing the hair. 25c package. Meeker's InSectifuge Vaporizer—A cedar chest for 25c. No odor left in clothing. Try this in your piano. By using two of these vaporizers in your piano moths will not give trouble. Meeting of Mothers' Club. The program for the last meeting of the Mothers' Club, one week from today, is as follows: The Corner Drug Store, Symposium—Significance of Festivals in the Home daLIA n. POOLE. Led by Mrs. Alburn Skinner. Birthdays Mrs. W. H. Walker Memorial day Mrs. Edgar Rood Yule Tide Mrs. Clayton Bannister Thanksgiving Mrs. E. T. Welch Independence Day Mrs. Ben Cutting Westfield, Licensed Pharmacist in charge. New York. V JR M. D. PERKINS DISCHARGED REAL ESTATE Justice Pickard Decided That the Evidence Was Not Sufficient to Hold Him For Grand Jury. E. C. DELAPLAIN, Westfield, N. Y. INSURANCE Justice R. F. Pickard, after due deliberation, decided not to hold Martin D. Perkins, who was arrested on a charge of grand larceny. House to rent. BUILDING, SELLING. BUYING, RENTING. Money to loan on good real estate REPAIRING. EXCHANGING and General Care-Taking of Real Estate in all its Branches. Mr. Perkins was accused of taking brass from the Erie Railroad Company worth in excess of $25. The defendant's attorney contended that the amount the prosecution claimed was taken was not worth $25 and further that Perkins did not steal any brass whatever. After listening to all the evidence and deliberating some hours. Justice Pickard decided that the evidence was not sufficient. Mr. Perkins was accordingly discharged. New and attractive building for sale NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, We've Got It I We'll Get It! Or It Can't Be Had. Main street lots or SMALL ACRE TRACTS for sale at a special bargain. Resolution of Respect 19 Main St., R. D. POWERS, Westfleld, N. Y. Called together this 6th day of May, 1911, by the announcement of the unexpected and untimely death of D. G. Jillson, of Westfield, N. Y., the Board of Directors of the Chautauqua and Erie Grape Company, does take action as follows: OFFICE : NO. 65 MAIN STREET First Floor CARPENTER BLOCK. Our Reference; : Ether Bank. Welch|Grape Juice Co.. Pastor of any church in the city. Homes well located and desirable, ranging in price from $1400 to $5000. ON THE LEVEL The claim that an outfit for melting brass and cupper was fuuuu in uie Perkins cellar at Lakewood is strenuously denied by Mr. Perkins.—Jamestown Journal.Good line oi insurance, part of your pa- tronage solicited and special care given Mr. Jillson has been connected with this company since its organization and for years has represented the town of Westfield on the Board of Directors. He was well equipped by nature and education to deal with the various and' perplexing questions that are constantly requiring solution in an organization of this character. He was at all times fair, dignified, courteous and upright; strenuous in always advocating what he believed to be right, yet he never forgot the consider* ation due the opinion of others and was a true gentleman in his dealings with his business associates. o C3» rs> -t o y Attention Boy Scouts. OJ £2 Qn T3 C% O 9> Ernest Thompson Seton, the famous naturalist and writer on outdoor subjects, animals, etc., who is Chief Scout of the Boy Scouts of America, is writing a series of twelve articles of particular interest to aU Boy Scouts, which will be published during the coming year in The American, of Detroit, the boys' magazine that is giving greatest attention to Boy Scout activities. o o On Stamped goods ancf notions. The finest assortment of wools and yarns in town. o r< Ladies' and children's sun bonnets. j4c&den)y Street. We$tfleld./i Y. Greeplpouse Plpope 9 9-&. Resldepce 6 Veils St., E. J. MACONIBER, Westfield-York- No. 38 East Main Street. The loss of such a man is to his family grevious and irreparable, to the commun- —For Sale. — One two-horse lumber wagon. Inquire at 73 union street. PIpoQe 9 9-b.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1911-05-10|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1911-05-10|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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