Westfield Republican, 1911-06-28
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Sl)c ftepjtblkrtit VOL. LYir. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY JUNE 28, 1011. No. 15. PEGkER&BAVIS, CENTRAL; DRUG STORE. AN OLD PIONEER DEAD Special Notice. jgSfr LAMB 4 COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. At His Home in Henry Friday, On Fridey evening of this week the Young Women's Christian Association will Mive a reception at its building in honor of Mrs. S. F. Nixon. Both men and women are invited and it is hoped many will he present. June 2nd, 1911 Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. Night phone 8-c. 15 Main Street. >Phone so The community was grieved to learn of the death of E. N. Cosgrove at his home in this village on last Friday afternoon. Deceased had been an invalid and patient sufferer for more than a decade and for a week or ten days before he died was confined to his bed. but the end came quietly and peacefully, surrounded by his devoted wife and children. Always Busy. Fresh Drugs. 33 Main Street. (Phone 2. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. VV e answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. Learn to Swim All boys who desire to learn to swim should call j»t the Association rooms and see ihe secretary, A. V. Chamberlin, who is making arrangements for a swimming class, which will meet on Tuesday and Saturday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:30. The tirst lesson will be given next Saturday atternoon. This is a good chance for our young boys to learn to swim and should be taken advantage of by a large number. Eas'em Premo Cameras Colgate's Mechanics Paste For the feet. Gives instant relief to tired, and tender feet. box for 25c. burning- Small and convenient in size, Equipped with fine lenses and shutters. I <e either film packs or plates. Price So.00 and up. Soap in paste form that removes dirt without injuring the skiu. Keeps the hands smooth and soft. Try a 10 cent box. Edward Nelson Cosgrove was born Aug. 10th, 1845, in Westfield, New Yorjc, and died in Henry. S. D., June 2nd. 1911, being almost sixty-six years of age. After spending nearly forty years of his young life in Chautauqua county, New York, he came west in the spring of 1882, eleven years after his marriage to Mira Dick, t ive sons and three daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove. of whom all are living except Leigh, who died seven years ago, leaving a bride of six months, who had been Bertha Duryee. The remaining children are Dick,'who is in business in Salt Lake City; Bertram, superintendent of the public schools in Delano, Minn.: Charles, Pierre, Jesse (now Mrs. S. D. Boyd), Bessie and Grace, who have their homes still in Henry - which is a great satisfaction to their mother, and to the wife and children the deepest sympathy "of the community is extended. Wyeth's Extract Malt Is the ideal tonic for hot weather, tonic that <To§s not stimulate. 25c per dozen. Tt's a bottle. nerve Death of Mrs. Greenslete £•.) r- - 9 J. «•> THERMOS BOTTLES Mrs. A. F. Greenslete, for many years a highly respected resident of this village, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Vyilliam Bell, at Portland Friday, June 23, 1911, after a short illness, aged 64 years. The remains were brought to her home on Oak street, from which place the funeral was held on Sunday afternoon, the interment being in Westfield. She is survived by two daughters, who have the sympathy of their many friends in their great sorrow. Wright's Large Box The original vacuum bottle. Keeps cold liquids cold 72 Of \ iolet Talcum Powder. Fine for the toilet and after the bath aiid indispensable for the babv. 25c per can. hours and hot liquids hot for 24 hours. for the Keeps water hct for the baby all night Convenient work field or picnics, touring parties and campers. Price, pints $1.50, quarts $2.50, $3.00 and $3 50. The difference in price is because of outside finish only. Straw Hat Cleaner Since the rain cleaned the atmosphere it is a g-ood time to clean your straw hat with Nyal's Straw Hat Cleaner. It only costs 5c a hat. Recent Real Estate Transfers. M. Alford to H. D. Wallace, house and lot on Bird street. i. I). Wallace to M. Alford. his farm o f!7 acres near Sherman. Pound Papers Spraying Materials Picnic Necessities The funeral was held Sunday, June -4th, from the Congregational church, Rev. S, B. Wells officiating, assisted by Rev. Carson, of the Presbyterian church at Huron, and the remains laid to rest in the cemetery. A long concourse of friends followed the sorrowing relatives to the grave. K. H. D. Thompson, house and .i acre tract corner Union and Bliss streets* to William Quilliam. Anistel Linen, small size tor Blue Vitriol Lime-Sulfur notes, invitations and regrets, 120 sheets to the pound Dennison's Lunch Sets 25c. ■r paper towels with sheet of package. 10c package. Sanitissue absorbent soap, six towels to for 25 I Arsenate Lead. Black Leaf Tobacco Extract, Paris Green. All standard J. L. Waterman Mill, residence, house, feed and coal business to Robert Stoolfer & Co. cents Eaton's \ arsitv Linen, size, HO sheets to the pound,25c regular Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove took their membership from a Presbyterian church at Westfield, New York, to unite as charter members in the Henry Congregational church, in which Mr. Cosgrove held important offices for many years.—Henry (S. D.) Independent, June 9, 1911. L. C. Delaplain made the sales. brands lowest The Comer Drug Store. Death of Mrs. Henderson prices Ginger Ale Mrs. Samuel Henderson for many years a resident of this town, died at her home in Warren, Pa., June 18, 1911. The remains were brought here Tuesday and the funeral was held from the home of her brother, Myron Wood, on Wednesday, June 21st, 1911 at 2 o'clock and was largely attended. The services were in charge of Rev. E. C. Delaplain, her former pastor, and the interment was in Westfield cemetery. She is survived by her husband, one brother and three sisters, Mrs. John Herron. Miss Kate Wood and Mrs. John Rogers, all of this place. Flesope Vartray Ginger Ale is made with distilled water by the manafacturers of Crystal Water. Price in quarts (so-called) 15 cents, 2 for 25 cents. Eradicates at once fleas, etc., on dogs, cats and other animals. Makes the fur smooth and silky. Price 15c cake. lice, RIVER.IS Death of L. W. Macomber Talcum Powder Leslie W. Macomber, a prominent grape grower and highly respected citizen of this town, died suddenly Saturday morning after an illness of only a week, aged 65 years. He is survived by a widow, two sons and three daughters. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon, and the interment was in Union cemetery. POWERS' RIVERIS is the kind you have seen advertised* ladies magazines. all the RIVERIS is a lighter and Talcums. EVERYBODY finer powder than most other Carlisle—Ellis. A Rare Bargain. RIVERIS comes in seven ouoce packages, come in four ounce packages. A party having a farm of 273 acres near Hartfield, N. Y.t on Stockton road wishes to exchange for property in this village, or for small grape farm near here He will sell for $35 per acre. It is well watered, has 20 acres of timber, valuable for grape baskets, will throw in a 19 horse-power engine nearly new, grain separator, pair of horses, with wagon, sugar, dairy and farming tools, Possession given at once. He also has a farm of seven acres, with good house and bam and plenty of fruit. House cost $800 to build. Easy terms will be given. The farm will keep 40 cows, and has been rented for $800 per year. For particulars call up this office. Mr. Milton Carlisle of Westfleld and Miss Josie Ellis of this place were quietly married at the h o m e of the bride's mother on Central avenue last Thursday i evening, only 'the im mediate families of the contracting parties being present Miss Ellis is well known and highly respected by Brocton people. She is a graduate of Brocton High school and wu for several years connected with the Portland Telephone Company in the capacity of an operator. Mr. Carlisle also had a splendid reputation in his home town where the happy couple will commence housekeeping at once.—Brocton Enterpriser Most others He 8 to wear clothes or get arrested", the law compels people to cover up. Now my business is putting covering on the human bodies, how is yours ? The clothing I am showing and selling are the prettiest patterns ever shown at prices you cannot afford to go without. Men's suits $6.00 to $20.00. Bov's $5.00 to $18.00. Children's 50c to $7.00. Beautiful lin$ of gent's furnishings. R. D. behind tbe counter now at the Big 19 on the level. RIVERIS comes in both white and flesh tints. RIVERIS comes with detachable sifter top Can be used with or without sifter a6 suits convenience. RIVERIS gets its name from its odor which is that of the exquisite Riviera Violets. RIVERIS comes in an ornamental glass jar. package. Price 25c per NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, 1» mala St.. *. D. POWERS, w«stfleM, N. Y. See display in our window. Ask us for sample. Erie District Epworth League. The Corner Drug Store, Opening Announcement. The annual Institute of the Erie District Epworth League is being held at Westfield in the Methodist church. The opening session was held Tuesday evening, Bishop James M. Thoburn giving the address of the evening. This evening (Wednesday) Rev. Christian F. Reisner D. D„ of New York City, will give the address, his subject being "Fishing for Folk." Dr. Reisner is widely known as the author of the books, "Workable Plans for Wide-awake Churches" and "Social Plans for Young People." Until recently he was a pastor in Denver, Col., the motto for his church being 'A Homelike Church." His new church in New York City has taken this same inotto. In addition to the regular delegates to the Institute many Epworthians and others from the nearby towns are expected to attend the service this evening. Dr. Reisner also speaks this afternoon at 2:55 o'clock on "Workable Plans for the Mercy and Help and the Social Departments."dfelLIA M. POOLE. ON THE LEVEL The New Cash Grocery will open for business, Saturday, July 1st, at 65 Main street in the building known as the Carpenter block. Our stock will be new and complete. Battle Creek, Mich., foods, cookies, fruits and candies a specialty We will handle no tobacco or cigars and consequently tender a special invitation to all ladies and gentlemen who do not use the weed to trade at our store. Arrangements have been made with the Independent Delivery to deliver within the delivery limits all orders of 25 pounds or under for 5 cents, over 25 pounds 10 cents. We shall be glad to see all of our old tustomers as well as any new ones. To all we offer the lowest cash prices, courteous :reatment and the square deal all tho Yours truly. Westfield, Licensed Pharmacist in charge. New York. HYGIENIC COOKING WITHOUT FIRE Westfield Lumber & Coal Co., HY&fjfJIC J FIRELESS COOKER AND Roasting, Baking, Stewing and BAKER. . . . DEALERS IN . . .; Lumber and Coal SECTIONAL COOKER AND baker Roofing Material a Specialty A Complete Line of Sash, Doors, andllnside Steaming Finish to .select from inie. Following the devotional half hour at 8:30 Thursday morning, conducted by Rev. S. M. Sartwell, of Erie, there will be Department Conferences from 9 to 10 and from 10 to 11. The closing service will be held at 11 to 11:30 and will be in charge of the District President, Edgar T. Welch. A cordial invitation is given to all to attend the sessions of the Institute. Frank B. Colhi'kn STEPHENS MFG-Cft BUFFALO, WE ALSO DEAL IN Lime, Cement, Plaster, Tilegand Brick. Do not go out of town for anything in our line. County Organization. Without fire; On Friday. June 23, the organization meeting of the Chautauqua County Young Women's Christian Association was held in Fredonia—afternoon and evening. The business of the day was conducted in the afternoon in Guild Hall—Mrs. Bruce Wright of Fredonia presiding, after which greeting were extended from Miss Prentiss of Buffalo Y. W. C. A., and Mrs. Proudfit of Jamestown Y. W. C. A., and Miss Helen Davis of New York City. There will be no excursion to Erie on Thursday afternoon as previously announced.Office and Yard near Lake Shore Depot,WestGeld M. W .GIBBS & CO. Water Commissioners. SOLE AGENTS. CEMENT SIDEWALKS! Regular meeting Board of Water Commissioners held June 26, 1911, in Fireman's HaH. Meeting called to order by President Burns, with the following members present: Burns and Bates: The evening meeting was held in the Presbyterian church. Miss Helen Davis was the speaker representing the National board followed by Miss Prentiss of Buffalo, Miss Shepard, general secretary of Westfield, Mr. Chamberlin, general secretary of Westfield Y. M. C. A. and Miss Phillips, proposed county secretary. IT TASTES LIKE MOR-E !! On motion the following bills were allowed and orders were drawn: 13. Lundy, labor A.'Burns, expenses John Ctesman & Son, labor John Lundy, labor Meeting adjourned. JUDD'S WHITE MARVEL Concrete products and general concrete work. We use the right process, the right material and machinery, and turn out the right Kind of work, at the right price. * ,$ 2 00 1 00 48 00 AND 7 50 J. A. Riley, Clerk WHOLE WHEAT BREAD. The first county board meeting was held Tuesday, June 27. at Fredonia. —Wanted.—Young man 16 to 20, hon* est and of good appearance, who would like to learn the jewelery, watch making, engraving and optical business from A to Z. Call at J. C. Powers' store. ANTONY MILITELLO. —Barn for rent. H. A. Sturgis. —Horses for Sale—Apply at 72 South Portage street. SOLD BY Belden's Cafe. Ames & Waterman, C. E Thomas.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1911-06-28|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1911-06-28|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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