Westfield Republican, 1911-11-08
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<TI)c lUcetliclO tUpublican VOL. LYII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1911. No. U. THREE YEARS MORE! LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. PEGLzER&BAVIS, CENTRAL! DRUG STORE. Always Busy. 33 Main Street. Fresh Drugs. Phone 2. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. 15 Main Street. Night phone 8-c. Night and emergency'phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. 'Phone 80 THE "WETS" BEATEN TO A SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Rubbing Oil Night Coughs STANDSTILL. For sore muscles, lameness, are wearing. Use Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup and get relief at once. Good for children. Pleasant to the taste. 25 cents, double size 45 cents. Special Cold Cream sprains, sore thioats, stiff joints and neuralgic pains use Rexall Made by Parke, Davis & Co., properly keeps the hands *jmf face smooth and soft, protection against the cold winds, "25c a jar. applied I t is a Rubbing Oil '25 cents bottle The Republican Ticket Elected by a Good Majority. Constitutional Amendments and Proposition The De- A R_ed Cross Kantleek Water Bottles Kidney Plaster touches the spot and relieves the pain in the back at once, 25c each. feated- The Excise Questions Were All Defeated Fountain Syringes and Combinations are warranted for two years wear. We give a signed and dated certificate with each one which fully protects the purchaser. Price By The Following Substantial Majorities: Saloons, 132; Store. 119; Drug Stores, 52; and Hotels by 16. For your covigK from $150 up. Try a bottle of Nyals Winter Cough Syrup (White Pine and Tar Compound). It is guaranteed" to cure or your money back, 25c hotth*. Tuesday was election day and it was the stormiest day of the season. The total vote cast was 984 out of a registration of 1453. which was 33 more than two years ago when the vote was 951. The Republican ticket was elected by a good majority, and the amendments were all defeated. The majorities on the Town propositions being against saloons 132; stores 119; drug stores 52 and hotels 16. French Olive Oil Stationery Special Glycerine Soa.p Berlin & Jones twenty-five cent Comes to us as members of a buying club direct from Grass*, France. It has a delightful flavor for salads and medicinal use, pints 50 cents, quarts 9§ cents. All full measure bottles Three 1-2 pound bars of Jergeurs Transparent glycerine Soap for 25c. This is an extra qualitv full weight soap. box paper at 19 cents, two U5 cents. We have an over- stock of box papers Olive Oil Calendars Poultry Keepers We have the Paragon b'lench Oil. It's a pure, tine flavor oil, especially adapted for table ami medicinal use. 1-2 pint 2oc, pints 50c, quarts 90c For Kodak pictures We have Can get a sample box of Conkey's Laying Tonic by calling at once. Our supply i« limited. free them in gray and brown for all sizes of ameteur photographs, j The Corner Drug Store. Get ready for Christmas If it's in Westfield, Lamb & Cowan have it. SPECIALS 1 Smoker's Supplies t T H E^> Our cigar department was uever better stocked than at present Nearly all the high grade cigars and smoking tobaccos are represented in our stock. CASH GROCERY. Now is an exceptionally good time to buy that new pipe. A recent purchase makes our stock more complete than ever before THURSDAY, NOV. 9 A good assortment ot 25c pipes A splendid variety of 50c pipes. Briar pipes $1.00 to $3.00. Calabash pipes $1 00 to $2.50. Meerschaum pipes $2.50 to $8.00. Pork and Beans, 8c a can, 2 cans for 15e FRIDAY, NOV. 10 4 pound pail Fairbanks cottolene 10 pound pail Fairbanks cottolene 47c. $1-15 SATURDAY, NOV. 11 The Corner Drug Store, POOLE. J0L1A M. Look for bargains in our windows. MONDAY, NOV. 13 Westfield. New Licensed Pharmacist in charge. York Pet Milk, tall can, per can TUESDAY, NOV. C. L. GOETZ, 14 Large package National Oats, per package I He WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15 No. Four the New Welch Block. 12c cookies at the pound 10<; cookiea at the pound lie 9e Whom it May Concern: 17 different kinds to choose from. We have just received another shipment of the latest designs in n< w suits, the famous "Pencil Stripe." Call and look them over and ieave an order and yonr suit will be ready for you in a week's time. Every suit guaranteed to fit or no sale. We guarantee all suits to be strictly all wool. Remember the specials, the dates and the place. Yours for Real Specials. THOMAS & THOMAS, Do not forget your Winter Underwear, a large assortment on hand. We have Districts 1st 2nd 3rd TREASURER. David T. Smith. D J28 124 21 Emmons J. Swift, 227 2jil .Jo Willard S. Bennett, S £0 13 o A. Y. Freeman. P • 42 lb SUPERINTENDENT OK POOR. Benjamin W. Hay ward, *32 *24 21 Charles E. Dodge, R 227 252 .»b Fred C. Hunt, 28 32 6 John F. Deering, 84 42 18 CORONER. Dr. Guy L. Granger. *29 127 22 Charles Blood. 223 249 35 Ellis W. Storms. 227 251 Jb Sidney S. BaU. 20 32 6 George F. Dyer. 20 3 6 Dr. Henry Neville, 84 4* }7 Dr. L C. Green. 64 42 17 ASSEMBLYMAN, SECOND DISTRICT. QiarleaF. Bigler, D 206 179 28 John Leo Sullivan. 'f7 206 29 Archie R. Mulkin, 63 41 17 SUPERVISOR. Wm. H. Thompson. 225 253 35 John R. Rogers, 72 45 19 TOWN CLERK. John Woleben. D .... 120 122 21 Hugh W. Thompson, 230 254 37 Elmer C. Delaplain. 60 43 18 SUPERINTENDENT OF HIGHWAYS. Henry Holbrook. J33 *23 14 John Kolpien. 236 252 45 John Herron, 65 44 15 JUSTICE or PEACE, FULL TERM. Bert Holcomb, |23 123 19 John Riley, D "J '28 22 Benj. Breads. 230 252 40 Win. Russell", R 218 246 33 Edgar T. Welch. 73 48 19 ASSESSOR, FOUR YEARS. A J Tvler D *32 I24 20 John Schwager R.... 223 252 38 tlUUll wtiiwagvif At* | /> James E. Hall. P 87 43 18 ASSESSOR. TWO YEARS. A. K. Skidmore, }32 *|8 15 Andrew Burns, B. J. Hopkins. R 227 I48 g F. RMosher. 229 •}* Stephen A. Jenner. 84 TT J5 Charles D. Hunt. 64 43 19 OVERSEER OF POOR. John F. Allen. 142 127 |2 S C'&andali R' • • ■ • • •• ••••"•• • 216 250 36 IwfSSd R. » 2« * William E. Judd. 8» | J8 William O.Bali. 68 5 18 COLLECTOR. Fred Nichols. J27 125 20 W. F.Barton. 231 249 E. Arthur Flagg. 88 5 18 CONSTABLES. R. J. McLean, J34 J27 21 C. M. Curtis. Jg |g g Geo. Tucker. jjj9 J24 fl J. B. Bristol. 32 26 22 A. R. Gollnitz, *38 »28 21 J. C. Gage. \ 7 |41 34 R. C. Irish. R d 217 US 16 W. F. Hopper. R 217 242 36 Reuben Oaks . 225 241 M Geo. Starkweather. 216 244 37 Charles H. Nundy. 72 J J7 George W. Sawin. P 7| » J® Eli D. Harrington. P 74 jj 18 Clyde A. Harris ® J8 Lewis Hutchinson, P 87 5 18 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. No. One. For.. 44 13*| JJ No. One. Against *' No. Two. For,. 44 144 J° No. Two. Against l'* '7 4® No. Three, For.. 47 14* No. Three. Against 189 ,'f 4£ No. Four. For 48 14> 7 No. Four. Against 178 No. Five. For.. . « « 142 8 No. Five. Against 181 78 ™ No. Six. For 47 14£ 8 i No. Six, Against 179 78 ™ I No. Seven, For ■••• j*8 8 | No. Seven, Against *89 71 | Proposition No. One. For ••••••, 42 139 i Proposition No. One, Against..) i/» . /» ■«> I LIQUOR PROPOSITIONS. I For Saloons J33 J9} J9 I Against Saloons 13' 1 Fnr Stores . I38 188 19 , 222 >« « ! For Drug Stores }59 203 23 Against Drug Stores 15,8 1,1 u For Hotels *84 215 20 Against Hotels 202 169 44 THE CASH GROCERY. We have just added to our line of gent Glove. No better made. Uloves the O Sar- WE CAN'T CUT PRICES CARL L. G ( ) K T Z, THEY ARE ALREADY CUT High Grade Clothing and Furnishings. *o. 4 Welch Block, on the Level and the Square Just look and see if your Table Cutlery is good enough to put on the table when company comes. Have you a good sharp knife to slice the Thanksgiving turkey with? W3 have the best in Cutlery, and everything you —Have your pictures framed with upto-date mouldings at Jeffery s Furniture Stare. — Millinery at Miss Poole's. —For Sale.—A work horse cheap. August Freling. Jr. need in hardware. -Baled Alfalfa hay. Westfield Mills. —Room for rent 'Phone 194b. —Wanted.—20,000 bushels cider apple* Highest cash price paid. Hold apples till you see me. F. L. Davis. —For Rent.—After December 1st, furbished house. Apply at No. 8 Oak street —Wanted.—By Motor Inn. a good woman to work in kitchen. Good wages to a food worker. H.W.GIBBS&CO. Wanted. - Girl for assistant in general housework and care of child. Address. W. S. Young. 36 Peck avenue. Chautauqua. N. Y.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1911-11-08|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1911-11-08|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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