Westfield Republican, 1911-10-18
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®he tUpttblicfttt WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., W Y., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911. No. 31. VOL. LVII. PCGhER&BAVIS, LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. W^4^BKS^x: ' A m GENTRAh DR(dG STORE. Always Busy. Fresh Drugs. 33 Main Street. Phone 2. Night and emergencyTphone No. 138. Open Sunday 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. 15 Main Sweet. Night phone 8-c. 'Phone 80 SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Varsity Linen ! Embossing Presses 90! A pound package of about sheets for 25 cents Emboss your initials or monograms. Initials, each 25 cents. Monograms, 2 letters 25 cents Monograms, 3 letters 50 cents. Ask to see samples, or we will stationery with Extract Va.nill&. This is made; Pike, and j For a limited time we are selling pure, fine flavor Ex.ract Vanilla at 10 cents per ounce. by Eaton, Crane & this is the fourteenth hundred: i pound lot we have had Wyeths Liquid Extranet Ma.lt since wo started its sale mail on request. CLINTON N. HOWARD For those with run down nerves. It's a tonic which builds up but does not stimulate. 25 cents bottle. $2.75 the dozen* Bel Bon Special Of Rochester, York Kill the R.a.ts Who speaks in Westficld, Tuesday, Oct. 24th, on the subject "Keep Wegt- field Dry and Why ? For 25 Cents we Sell. Don't feed them alt winter, it costs money. Rat Bis Kit kills them, 15 cents package. Rat Bis-Kit Paste kills them and1 diies them up so they do not stink. 25 cents tube. On four previous occasions Clinton N Howard has spoken in Westfield and that is one reason why he comes again next week. In his home city he has given over 300 lectures in ten years and the announcement of another address in Rochester brings a crowded house. 1 full size Peroxide Vanishing Cream 1 Vanity Box with powder puff. 1 pocket sixe Bel Bon Tataum. I pocket size Vanishing Cream. BrusKes Those who heard him give his lecture A Hide on the Water Wagon" three years ago in the opera house, at which time the electric lights were off during most of his address, remember how completely he held the large audience under trying circumstances. Large stock of Hair Brushes to select the one you want from, at prices from 25 cents to $3.00 eijoh. Clothes Brushes at from 25 cents to $1.25 each. Mr. Howard's subject "Keep Westfield Dry and Why" is a vital one at this time and especially those who are in doubt as to the "Why" are invited to be present. Assembly Hall, 8:00 p. m. Admission free. Seasons of Cold Halloween These remedies are all guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded.Post Cards in greot variety. 5 for 5 cents; 3 for 5 cents and 5 Nyals Cek-tarrh B&lm cents each. Relieves catarrh or cold in the head at once. Money refunded if not satisfactory, 25 cents tube. GOVERNOR HANLY COMING. A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. Rexall Cold Tablets, reduce fever and loosen the bowels, 25 cents a box. Speaks in Westfield Sunday, Oct. 29th, Both Afternoon and Evening. Arden Backman's Shotgun, Accidently Discharged, Blows Off His Left Hand. Napkins, 50 cents a hundred The Corner Drug Store. Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup, soothes and heals sore throat and bronchial tubes, 25 cents. Hon. J. Frank Hanly, formerly Governor of Indiana, has been secured to make two speeches in Westfield Sunday, Oct 29th. In the afternoon he is to speak to a mass meeting of men in the Assembly HaU in the Welch block and in the evening in one of the churches. This is one of the biggest events in the history of Westfield and promises a genuine treat to those who will have the privilege of hearing him. As the capacity of Assembly Hall is limited and hundreds wiU wish to hear him, admittance must necessarily be by ticket. Mr. Hanly is one of the oldest platform speakers in America. Pumpkin Seals for letters and invitations, box 10 cents. Last. Wednesday about noon Arden Backman, fourteen years old, son of Contractor John Backman, had his left band blown off. Arden and Cleveland Riley had been hunting near the Glen Mills brides and sat down on a fence to rest, leaning their guns against the fence. When ready to start they jumped down and Arden reached over the fence, picked \ip the gun by the end of the barrel and drew it upward. The trigger caught on something and exploded, blowing off his left hand. Mr. Stratton hitched up and Arden was brought to town and taken to the Chautauqua Sanitarium, where the hand was amputated just above the wrist, and the patient is doing as well as can be expected under the circumstances. Can You Beat This ? Colgate's Bath Soap Large cake, finely scented A customer informed us a few days ago, that his Fountain Pen had been in continuous use tor twenty years. He bought another of the same kind. It was a PAUL XL WIRT. Sold at and Colgate quality, 10 cents a cake, 3 for a quarter. The Corner Drug Store, If it's in Westfield, Lamb & Cowan have it. Good Registration. j a l i a n. POOLE. The following is the registration for the first two days this year: First district 626; Second district 659; Third district 113 or a total of 1398. Grape Market. POWERS' Westfield, New York. The grape market came near going to pieces last week owing to the combination of some of the buyers, such as was worked by the Walker Company two years ago. The price was dropped when there was no need of it, as was shown by its being raised the same day by the parties who had made the cut Monday the C. & E. Co. were paying 10 cents for 8 pound baskets, bulk in 20 pound baskets was bringing $24 per ton. The Welch Company is paying; for select stock $28 per ton and the Armour Company is paying $20 per ton. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. A Correction. The Smoothest People In the list of signers of the Excise petition, which was printed in the Jamestown Sentinel of Thursday, Oct 12th, 1911, occurs the name of G. G. Gibbs. This is an error either in copying or printing. It should be G. S. Gibbs, as Mr. G. G. Gibbs did not sign the petition as filed in the Town Clerk's office. H. W. Thompson, SPECIAL FOR ■ I H' IV I On earth wear clothing that the Big 19 let them lots of them pass and say they were made to order. I beat the record on time, sold three men's suits last Saturday in just 20 minutes to three different people, that is going some. If you are going down or up the pike of life be sure and stop at the Big 19 and see that immense stock of clothing and gents furnishings, all styles, all colors, all prices, $6.00 to $20 00. I have the latest styles diroet from the hatter 50c to $4.00. See the big line of union suits 50o to $3.00. I have the velvet underwear, it's very smooth, $1.00 the garment. Have a look at my rain coat department, alsothe children's clothing department has its beauty. I am making a boy happy these days. Lots of new overcoats just arrived for their little backs, $2.75 to $6.50. Great line of soft shirts 50c ta $2.50 are ready for your inspection. The hosiery line is one of my hobbies 10c to $1.00 a pair. More goods for same money, same goods for less money for cash is my big hobby _ Stop and have a square look inside of the Big 19. SATURDAY Town Clerk' Women Invited. Oct. 21st. Every woman in the town of Westfield is not only cordially invited but also urged to attend a mass meeting for women on Friday evening of this week, October 20, at 7:30. This meeting will be in the assembly room of the Y. W. C. A., in the interest of no-license and a plan of campaign for women will be fully explained. Come and bring other women. Mrs. David Bourne. The hearts of the community were deeply touched Wednesday by the death of Mary Brunz Bourne. Mrs. Bourne was born near Hamburg, Germany, and came to this country when only ten years of age. At Franklin, Pa., she became acquainted with David Bourne, whom she married in 1875. She and Mr. Bourne came to Westfield where they have since resided. Dold Quality Fancy Cala Hams at 10c a pound- Dold Fancy Narrow Strip Bacon at 17c a pound. Democratic Caucus. Fancy Select Baltimore Oysters at 45c a quart. A Democratic caucus was held at Fire man's hall on Thursday evening, October 12,1911. The caucus was called to order by Joseph Lennox, chairman of the Town Committee and organized by the election of Father Corbett as chairmanand Joseph Lennox as secretary. The following ticket was nominated by acclamation: Mrs. Bourne was of a very lovable disposition and her death is mourned by a large circle of friends. Her husband has the deepest sympathy in his bereavement. The funeral took place Friday afternoon the Rev. R.F. Randolph officiating. The interment was in the Union cemetery. All Smoked Meats Cash. MORGENSTERN BROTHERS. Supervisor - George D- Bates. Town Clerk - John Woleben. Town Superintendent—Henry Holbrook. Justices of the Peace—Bert Holcomb and John A. Riley. CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. Schumann Society. The program of the Schumann Club last Tuesday evening was "Water Scenes"end the following numbers were given. Hello 57. Free Delivery. Overseers of the Poor—John F. Allen and N. P. Hopson. Piano Duet Ocean by Moonlight Assessors—Long Term—A. J. Tyler; Short Term—A- K. Skidmore and Andrew Burns. Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Taylor. Vocal Duet The Fisherman Mrs. Coombs and Mrs. Lahl. DR. YOUNG, Piano Solo Miss Harroun. .The Flower Greetings Barcarolli NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, Collector - Fred Nichols. Optometrist. Constables -R. J. McLean, C. M. Curtis, George Tucker, J. ,B. Bristol and A. R. Gollnitz. Vocal Trio... Mesdames Coombs, Carroll and Lahl. Piano Solo Miss Knight. .The Harbor of Love Cradle Song 19 Main St., R. D. POWERS, Westfield, N. Y. Will Dry be at Wiser's Goods Store every , The following persons were recommended as inspectors of election: First District D. K. Falvay, John White, Theo. Burns. Vocal Solo ..>.. Mrs. Carroll. ON THE LEYEL Chorus- Roll Call Down the Rippling River Musical Current Events MONDAY Three names were presented for membership. American composers is the subject for the November meeting. Second District—J. B. Lennox, H. F. Winkleman and John Macdonald. Third District Vernon Holcomb, Harry Miller and E. H. Winslow. EYES TESTED. GLASSES FITTED. —Have your pictures framed with upto-date mouldings at Jeffery's Furniture Store. —Millinery at Miss Poole's. —For Sale.—A work hone cheap. August Freling. Jr. —If your boy is in no danger of taking to drink, maybe my boy is. Won't you come to the Y. W. C. A. Friday evening GUARANTEED WORK. - Baled Alfalfa hay. Westfield Mills. —For Sale.—A gas heater cheap for cash. Mrs. Ada Taylor. > Ask to see the new "Kryptok" lenses. Near and far vision in one —Watch and jewelry repairing work guaranteed. MaryC. Wiser. —For Rent—In new Overton block, one store, one flat, one large office and front part of basement E. H. Overton. lense without line. and find how you can help me save him?
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1911-10-18|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1911-10-18|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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