Westfield Republican, 1911-09-06
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tlje • toesffkli SUpttbltcan * VOL. LVII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. WEDNESDAY, 1ST. Y., SEPTEMBER 6, 1911. No. 25. PEGhER&BAVIS, SECOND ANNUAL. Owing to a business engagement James L. Weeks of Jamestown, was unable to be present to deliver the address of the day, and Dr. R. F. Randolph stepped into the breach and delivered an excellent impromptu address, which won hearty applause. At the close of this address President of the Village Dr. C. E. Welch, and members of the Village Board of Trustees inspected the Fire Department. The President made a short address to the firemen, in which he complimented tiiem upon their appearance, and spoke feelingly of their efficient services in the LAMB & COWAN, Westfield's Town Picnic Was Held Last Friday, September First—The Day Was Fine and a Large Crowd Was Present. THE DRUGGISTS. CENTRAL; DRUG STORE. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. ra. to 1 p. m. 15 Main Street. Always Busy. _ o.> Ar • Fresh Drugs. 3? Mam Street. Phone 2 Night and emergency|phone No. 138. Open'Sunday from 12 to 1 only We answer Phone calls at other hours when necessary. Night phone 8-c. 'Phone (SO WestfieUi's second annual town picnic was held last Friday. September 1st, and it was an ideal day and there was a large crowd present to the festivities of the day. Many of the business places and private residences were decorated with the national colors, as were the autos, drays, delivery wagons and city 'bus. The picnic was held in the village this year instead of at the lake and was in charge of Messrs. R. D. Powers, J. V. Minton, A. P. Jeffery, W. L. Minton, Fred M. Rich and C. F. Bigler. The races were advertised to commence j at 10:30 and by nine o'clock there was a j goodly number in town. The opening number was a concert by the Y. M. C, A. band in the park. The boys furnished music throughout the day, which was greatly enjoyed and added much to the pleasure of the occasion. The following races were pulled off and were won by the following persons: 100 Yard Race—Girls under 13 years. 1st prize. Parasol, Boult, Lucile Holbrook: 2nd prize, Swing, Sheldon Hardware Company, Harriet Bristol. 3rd prize, one pound candy, F. B. Colburn, Esther Bigler. SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Crystalized Ginger Hess' Healing Powder KrysteJ Soiloff For pear preserves. Half pound 1 >oxes 25c. Quarter pound boxes 15c Much used by horsemen for gali. and sores,' Heals quickly anc surely Boxes 25 cents. past Is not a strong alkali soap paste kind. It removes dirt, grease, leaves the hands soft and smooth. 3 boxes for 25 cents. like so many of stains, etc., ;i 10 cents a b< The large crowd was unusually good Matured and seemed to thoroughly enjoy the day. In the evening a tine band concert was given by the Y. M. C. A. band, and the exercises of the djiy were closed by a dance in Fenner hall and a brilliant display of fireworks. Green Ginger Root School Books And all the accessary whole and ground spices for pickling and Liquid Veneer For all keep a prices. nearby districts. W full line at reasonabi- tor the (Just cloth makes dusting eany and renews and keeps the varnish looking like new. 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. The Firemen were called out twice during the day, in the morning by a small blaze in the barn of Charles Slade on English street, caused by the lighting of a match. 1 he head Hying into some loose straw. It was put out before the firemen reached it. In the afternoon they were culled out by a small blaze in the cellar of the Hollinger house on First street. It was also quickly extinguished before any damage was done. preserving. Pocket Drinking Cups Vinol Try a bottle of Vinol for a good fall tonic. It has the good of cod liver oil with hypophoptites without the oily disagreeable taste. $100 per j>int bottle. I he public drinking cup is now recognized as a menace to health and will have to go. Already several states have legislated against its use. We offer an aluminum folding cup, that can be carried in the pocket or suit case at 10 cents each. Just the thing for school use. Ta? Day at Westfield. Greeri Ginger R.oot During the town picnic on Friday the Ladies Auxiliary of the Chautauqua Sanitarium conducted a "tag day" and about $'J1 was realized. For your preserves, gives them the 20 cents pound. One Mile Race—Open to all. 1st prize, Running Shoes, Ray Bittles; 2nd prize. Box Cigars, H. Leaworthy; 3rd prize, Watermelon, W. J. Hungerford, Lewis Curtis. 200 Yard Race—open to all. 1st prize. Cut Glass Cigar Holder, J. C. Powers. Albert Clayman; 2nd prize, Large Bottle Olives, W. J. Hungerford, S. R. Brown. 3rd prize, one pound coffee. Kelley & Son, Bert Chamberlin. 100 Yard Race—Boys under 13 years. 1st prize, one sack Flour, W. R. Douglas Co., F. Norton; 2nd prize, Pail Lard, C. C. Hill, Earl Saunders; 3rd prize. Framed Picture, A. P. Jeffery, Vincent Ryan. Fat Man's Race—100 Yards. 1st prize, 5 pounds Lard, Morgenstern Bros., J. P. Bartlett; 2nd prize, 2 pounds Coffee, W. R. Douglas Co., Frank Hipwell; 3rd prize, Slab of Bacon, J. C. Nixon, Asa Sackett. Bicycle Race, 2 miles-Boys under 16. 1st prize, Brownie Camera, Lamb & Cowan, Carl Morgenstern; 2nd prize, Bicycle Shoes, J. H. Kinney, George Morgenstern; 3rd prize, 1 pail Lard, Arland Wilmarth.Sack Race—50 Yards. 1st prize, Pedometer, E. H. Overton, Geo. Whalen; 2nd prize. Basket Peaches, F. G. Hferron, Carl Morgenstern; 3rd prize, Watermelon, W. J. Hungerford, William Post. right flavor. Once Mdre Paint This Fall Seeing Wax for sealing cans, ketchup 5 cents per 1-2 pound bar. Town and County Accounts. bottles, etc, Conkey's Fly Knocker will increase dairy profits from now on till the close of the fly season more than any other time. There is no better than Conkey's. Price $1.00 a gallon. 1' lies are out of the way. It's a good time to secure paint protection from the weather. We *ell Sherwin-Williams the standard of high quality. The Town Board of Westfield will meet to audit Town accounts at the office of J. H. Prendergast on Thursday, Sept. 21. 1911. All Town accounts should be in the hands of the board at that time. AH kinds of spices for canning and pickling. Adhesive Piaster All County accounts should be in the hands of the Supervisor before September 25, 1911. For protecting the fingers when picking and packing grapes. Makes waterproof covering. 10 cents for one yard x 1 inch. H. W. Thompson, Clerk. Odd Lots Snap Shot Albums A new one to hold 10 to 20 pictures medium size, 12 cents. For large pictures 15 cents. Other albums 25c to $2.00. Another Auto Accident. Of former 5 cent tablets at 3 cents each to close out. All good but not many of a kind. Come early. Merlin L. Smith, a nephew of H. A. and M. J. Sturgis, whose home is in Canada, but who has resided here for Several years, and has been employed as baggageman at the Lake Shore station, was seriously injured on last Wednesday morning, when he was struck, knocked down and run over by an automobile owned and driven by Charles Curtis, a blacksmith of this place. Mr. Smith had been assisting a conductor on the Chautauqua Traction line, and in backing away from the car stepped directly in front of the auto. He was taken to the hospital suffering from a badly sprained ankle, a severe scalp wound, a cut face and torn finger. Dr. Hunter dressed his wounds and he is doing well at present. It was a narrow escape from death. The Corner Drag Store. If it's in Westfield, L nib & Cowan have it. Scot-tissue towels POWERS' I 19 Made of white absorbent paper. Conform with afl sanitary requiremAits as a towel. Can be used but once. Fully as absorbent as a fresh linen towef. Leaving hand's and face perfectly dried. Cost much lower than that of fabric towels when all items of expense are considered. The big line is here Three Legged Race-100 Yards. 1st prize, Box Hose, R D. Powers,White and Cooper; 2nd prize, 2 pounds Coffee, Ames & Waterman, Hopson and Rickenbrode: 3rd prize, 2 pounds Candy, C. E. McEwen, Catlin and Morgenstern. Delivery Horse Race.—Hitch and drive ' from Pearl to Market street 1st prize. French Briar Pipe, R J.Franklin, W. R. Douglas Co.; 2nd prize, Wooleii Lap Robe. W. T. Young. W. J. Hungerford; . 3rd prize. Whip. H. W. Gibbs & Co.. W. J. Hnngerford. Pie Eating Contest-Boys under 15. 1 1st prize, Pair Slippers. Sturgis & Stur-1 gis, Robert Wallace; 2nd prize,Box Candy, Ames & Waterman, Walter Spencer; 3rd prize, 1 pound Tea, Harold Sporker. Sawing off 2x6 hardwood plank. 1st prize. Ladies' Hand Bag, Thomas* Horning Co.. Mrs. F. Page; 2nd prize, Decorated Fruit Dish, R. F. Brown, Mrs. Smith; 3rd prize, Broom, Thomas & Thomas, Mrs. Pesquale. Nail Driving Contest 1st prize. Umbrella Stand, A. P. Jeffrey, Mrs. W. Dibble; 2nd prize. Ladies' Leather Belt. Thomas-Horning Co., Miss Chaffee; 3rd prize, Fruit Dish. R. F.Brown, Mrs. F. Page. Hose Race—Citizens Hose Co. vs. Cascade Hose Co. Piize $10 in gold, won by Citizens Hose Co. Foot Race—Members of Peacock Hose Co., vs. Hook and Ladder Co. Prize $10 in gold, won by Hook and Ladder Co. Ball Game—Fredonia Business Men vs. Westfield Business Men. Prize $35.00 Cutler Desk, won by Fredonia by the score of 17 to 15 in the Uth inning. The following was the line up: Fredonia—White, p, S. P. Hassett, 1 f, Gibbs. s s, Bert Bertram, 1 b, J. Hassett, 3 b. Jay, 2 b, Stokes, c, Pratt, r f, Put. man, c f. Westfield—Hall, c f. Franklin, 3 b, Overton, 2 b, Bert Jones, s s, Rich, c f, Tennant, r f. Lockwood, p, Jeffery, 1 b, at the Big 19. The most complete line of men's and Come in rolls of 150 for 35 cents. The Corner Drug Store, A Pretty Fall Wedding. boys' wearing apparel is now ready at low§r prices than ever. The boys clothing is here ready for school or dress. The big line of trunks, traveling bags and dress suit cases. Big line of hosiery for men, youth's and children. The underwear for Fall and Winter h§s been unpacked and ready for the wearer. Are you aware that Thave the BIG BIG line of samples 3000 to select from. The stock models will be here and a man to display ' , 1. ; them the 13th an(I 14th of SmmSt September, look for them in east window. Everybody invited to examine this big line of goods. The Big 19 is hustling for your business. A pretty home wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Came* ron on Gale street at 8 o'clock on Friday evening, September 1st. 1911, when their eldest daughter, Ella Grace Cameron was united in marriage to Harold Arthur Morgenstern. The house was handsomely decorated with ground pine and hardy hydrangeas, the parlor, where the ceremony was performed, being beautifull decorated with asters and golden glow. UfclLIA M POOLE Westfield, Licensed Pharmacist in charge. NeW York. pRENDERGAST & - 00OGfc£S • REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS. The bride wore a simple gown of white messaline satin with pearl trTmmings and princess lace and carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses. afte:rthe; fire; The young couple took their places in the parlor to the strains of the wedding march played by Miss Frances Knight and the ceremony was performed by Rev. George L. MacClelland of the First Presbyterian church, after which a buffet luncheon was served by the Misses Marjorie P. Minton, Grace Lamb and Emma B. Kent is the time for regret and remorse if you have failed to properly insure your home. If you are insured by us in one of our companies you have cause for congratulation, as you will get your indemnity promptly, so that you can rebuild. Don't let your hindsight be better than your foresight, but come in qt once and insure in one ot our companies. The bride and groom are among the most popular of our young people, as was testified by the many beautiful gifts of rare china, cut glass, silver and jewelry presented them by their large circle of NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, , 19 Main St., R. D. POWERS, Westfleld, N. Y. friends. They left that night on a wedding trip and will be home after October 1st at the Smith flat on Main street There were about fifty relatives and friends present. The following being from out-of-town: Miss Lillian Reed, Buffalo; E. L. Williams, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Minton, Jersey City; John C. Burton and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Zahm, Miss Zahm and Pearl Zahm, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Morgenstern, Mr. and Mrs. L.C.Fitger, Miss Mary A. Promenschenkel, Robert M. Morgenstern and daughter Isabelle, Dunkirk; Mr. Zenone Reed and Master Lou Reed, St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dinsbier, Ripley; Miss Carrie Dinsbier, Mayville; Minnie Wilcox and Robert Ray of Port Leyden, Mr. N. J. Morgenstern, Fredonia. ON THE LEVEL PRENDERGAST & DOUGLAS, CHAUTAUQUA, N. Y. WESTFIELD, N. Y —For Rent—In new Overton block, one -For; Rem—A six room house. Call phone 71x. No. 38 Main Street store, one flat, one large office and front part of basement. E. H. Overton. —For Sale.—Cheap, seventy 50-barreI casks in good condition. Address, Gerhard Lang Brewery, Buffalo, N. Y. —For Sale—Crimson Clover Westfleld Mills. Is the place. A new and fine lot of Pillow Covers just in. Welch, c. The feature of the gamtf was the catching of E. T. Welch and the two home runs that he made. An exceptionally fine game of ball was played that afternoon at Barcelona between the Cattaraugus Indians and the Barcelona team and was won by the Indians by a score of 3 to 2. —For Rent.—Furnished room suitable for one or two persons, gas, bath, hot and cold water, furnace heat. Telephone 186a. —20 acre fruit farm, land mostly gravel, about 8 acres bearing grapes, good buildings, for sale. Price $4,000. Easy terms. F. R. Tomhpson, Silver Creek. N. Y. —Wanted.-Strong male help for our grape pressing season—3 to 4 weeks beginning about Sept. 25th. State age, height, weight and trade, if any. Write at once. The Welch Grape Juice Ca Westfield, N. Y. E. J. MACOMBER, Westfield, New York. — 63 acre fruit farm, 3 miles south of Silver Creek, for sale. Land mostly gravel, 25 acres bearing grapes. Good buildings, stock and tools. Price, $8,500. Easy terms. F. R. Thompson, Silver Creek, N. Y. —Found.—A gold ring with set. Owner can have same by calling at this office, proving property and paying for notice.No. 38 East Main Street.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1911-09-06|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1911-09-06|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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