Westfield Republican, 1912-03-06
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t MtpnbdituM % - mw VOL. LYII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1912. No. 51. PCSliCRsBAVIS, GCNTRAb DRHG STORE. HARRY L SEARS BOARD OF EDUCATION. LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. Joins the Aegis Company as Manager-He Was Formerly Secretary of Colorado National Life and Has Had Wide Experience.Regular Meeting Held February 27th, 1912.—A Number of Bills Audited. Always Busy.' Ftosh Dn*s. 33 Main Street. Phone 1 Night and emergency phone Na 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. Open Sundays from 11:46 ft. m. to 1 p. m. Night phone 8-c. 15 Main Street. A regular meeting of the Board of Education was held Tuesday, February 27th, 1912. 'Phone 80 SaiYital Mr. Sears is the son-in-law of Mr. Silas W. Mason, and we dip the following from a Denver, Colorado, paper of recent date. -Editor. The following trustees were present: Resident A. & Ottaypr. Mesdames Crandall and Minton, Messrs. Schoenfeldt, Lamb and Flagler. "I Want the Same For Men Only Tooth Powder for your teeth It cleans and whitens the teeth, is an antiseptic and deodorant. Preserves the teQth and! gums. 25c tube, kind of a cold cure that so-andso got." That's what sells Rexall Cold Tablets, the advertising of pleased customers. If they do not please you,—your money back. Price 25 cents. Rubber set lather brushes 25c. The board of directors of the Aegis Life Insurance Company of Denver, at a special meeting held February 20, appointed Hairy L. Sears general manager of the company. Minutes of meeting held January 30th, were read and approved. Shaving Lotion to take the sting out of tender faces, 25c. The following bills were presented: Biological Supply Co., supplies for laboratory $ Biological Supply Co., supplies for For Your Spring Tonic 2 60 Ziz Zag strops, will hold any kind of safety razor blade, $1.00 Take "Wyeth's Liquid Extract Malt stimulant, but a tissue builder and nerves. 26c bottle. $2.75 dozen. It is not a tonic to the Mr. Sears is one of the best known life insurance men in the West, and was formerly secretary of the Colorado National Life, being one of the officials responsible for the very marked success achieved by that company. laboratary Welch Gas Co., gas mantles James Irving, binding books........ Peckham, Little & Co.. clock dial Alford 0. Ellis, typewriting D. Appleton & Co., text books Frank D. Beatty & Co..text books F. D. Wallace & Son, black- 2 90 15 1 00 50 2 60 12 37 8 40 Liquid Veneer fifc! •<« ft Before coming to Denver Mr. Sears was for many years connected with an Eastern life insurance company, and in as'suming the management of the Aegis Life be brings to that company the kind of experience in and practical knowledge of the life insurance business which are so essential to the development, along conservative and safe lines, of a young life insurance company. smithing G. S. Flagler, clerk, expsess, bills 5 10 KAL7M conrton THE FOREIGNER Is a necessity tor the house, especially during the Spring months and house cleaning. Removes all the duSt and renews the finish, 25c, 50c and $1.00 the bottle. paid Arthur J. Macer, assisting in 5 51 (D 27 00 laboratory A. P. Jeffery, 6 chairs Fay-Stoolfer Co., 92,600 lbs coal Westfield Republican, printing The Bemis Press, printing blanks 12 00 143 53 7 45 2 50 HANDMADE GENTLEMAN THE STOWAWAY GIR.L !- LOUIS TRACY Don't Forget to IRVING BACHELITR Total $ 153 48 Upon motion these bills were allowed and ordered paid. To put your horses in proper condition foi the coming heavy work. Dr. Hess Stock Food is just the tonic they need. Try it 30 days and if not eutirefy satisfactory we will refund your money. In packages 25c, 50c and 80c Bags, 12 1-2 pounds 75c, 25 pounds $1.45. 25 pound pail $1 60. Dr.Hess Dusting Powder for galls $nd all sores on horses. The Aegis Life is just entering the third year of its history, with nearly $3,000,000 of insurance in force, and admitted assets of over $300,000. Its surplus for the protection of policy holders (including its capital stock, which is owned by over 1,400 stockholders, the majority of whom are Coloradans) is approximately $250,- 000. The company is a Colorado institution, and the splendid support it has thus far received in its home State, as evidenced by the list of prominent men who have either become policyholders or stockholders in the company, indicates that it is ihtrinaH to become one of the important financial institutions, not only of Colorado, bat of the entire inter-mountain region. Clever Books Upon motion the matter of procuring commencement invitations was referred to the clerk and Prof. Pattison with power to act At about one-third original price. We have another ship- Upon motion the Board adjourned. G. S. Flagler, Clerk: ment with many new titles in our line at 50 cents. See window. Bring us your prescriptions we compound them just as they are written with pure reliable drugs. Trustees Meeting. The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was held in Fireman's Hall, Friday evening. March 1,1912. Tulip Linen Lime-Sulfur A paper for the most particular at a price that all can pay. Pound boxes of 90 sheets for 25 cents. If wanted for March spraying we can supply you. Best make at $8.50 for barrel of 50 gallons. Also in smaller quantities at* little advance in price. The Corner Drug Store. The following members were present: Mofgenstern, McCTuden. Skinner and Weaver. On motion A. E. Skinner was elected president pro ten. Note sise pound box of 120 sheets, 25 cents. A 25c JAR. OF RtvERis mm On motion, Resolved that the estimate of the Village taxes necessary to be rataeddoring the next fiscal year is as Wfcwn General And •••••• 4000 00 Ebctik IMt Fnd 3000 00 Highwayftad W Sewer Fund 8000 00 Water Ftand 2000 00 Vfllsf* Election. The Annual Village Election will be fcfid on March 1», 1912, between tfce boon of 10 o'clock sum. and 4 o'clock p. m., in Fireman's Hall. Village of Weetfield. N. Y., for the purpose of electing the following officers for such Village, A President; Two Trustees; A Treasurer; Collector and LiqaU V«Mer Dr. Hess Stock Food Everybody says that it is good. It makes dry winter rations more healthful and profitable for your stock. 25 lb sacks $1.45, 12 lbs 75c, 7 lbs 50e.' House eleanlng time approaches. Liquid Veneer is the beet furniture polish and is equally good for cleaning up floors and wood work. Small sise 25c, medium 50ct quarts $1.00, gallon $3.00. contains seven ounces of a light fluffy powder, superior in quality and agreeable to use. It hfs the delioate odor of fresh violets. An attractive looking package that can be used with or without sprinkler top. C%n txj had in either white or flesh tint. The vote will be by ballot. I J. A. Riley, Clerk. Dated, February 29, 1912. One Assessor, Total $ 23.000 00 On motion, Rosolvod, that the Village ofWestfield, N. Y., make request under Section 137 for a wider or different form of construction in the improvement as a state highway of Portage street in accordance with a form of resolution submitted by the State Highway Commission. Carried. v Lenten Preachers. The visiting preachers this year at St Peter's will be as follows: March 8, Friday—Rev. Wm. C. Compton, Silver Creek. POWERS' SEV1LLA ame/\LP March 15, Friday—Rev. Walter R. Lord, St John's church, Buffalo. March 21, Thursday—Rev. Laird Wingate Snell, Jamestown. Minutes approved as read. Adjourned. J. A. Riley, Clerk. Some Men are so Religious Is put up in the same style package as Riveris Taleum. It has no superior for keeping the skin soft and white Democratic Caucus. The services are at 7:30 p. m. and all are cordially invited. The Democrats held their village caucus at Fireman's Hall on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. There was a large attendance and harmony prevailed. The meeting was called to order by Thea Burns, one of the members of the village committee, and C.F. Bigler was named for chairman and Henry Wlnkelman for secretary, while Fred Bimber and Seymour Van Tassell were elected as tellers. That wouldn't shave on Sunday, but they would shave their neighbors on Monday. I shave on Sunday and sell g6ods on Monday and every other day in the week but Sunday. Understand my business i6 not run as an act of philanthrophy, but for the idea that every sale with a small percentage of profit will pave the way for another. I make money on my friends, my enemies will ot buy from me. Suppose you make money each time you buy of me, would you buy, don't you ihink you should. Why don't you do it and do it now? Suppose you try it now and buy your new Spring Suit at a big Having. I have a big line to select from. Look over the big line of Furnishings I hav«* to uliow you. The children's now suits for Spring and Summer are here at prices you ran afford to buy Remember The Corner Drug Store, Republican Caucus. d&LIA r\. POOL E. The Republican caucus for the nomination of village officers was held at Fire man's Hall on Saturday afternoon, March 2nd, 1912, at 2 o'clock. The meeting was called to order by James R. Douglas, chairman of the village committee, and J. H. Prendergast was elected president and 0. A. Jones secretary. The following ticket was unanimously nominated for village officers and the caucus was not in session more than five minutes: President, Dr. C. E. Welch; trustees, E. E. Weaver and John McCruden; treasurer, Frank P. Wolfe; collector. Asa Finlay; assessor, P. W. Bemis. Westfield, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. Father Corbett was present and spoke at considerable length and stated what the Democratic platform should be. His remarks were directed against the present President Assessors. He claimed that the President held a doal position on account of the overhead crossing of the Nickel Plate, as he was President of the village and also president of the Welch Grape Juice Company, whose property was claimed to be damaged. He also spoke of the work of the assessors as unjust and that favoritism had been shown. This seems strange, as a majority of the village assessors have been Democrats for the past two years, and Mr. Bigler has been one of them. Father Corbett also spoke on the gas situation, but failed to give Dr. Welch any credit for the thousands of dollars he has spent in his efforts to supply this village with natural gas, he having drilled already thirteen wells. PATTERSON ADDITION Greatest Home Securing Proposition ever Offered in Westfield. Which will yon have On motion the president appointed th£ following committee to fill vacancies: Fred Jones, G. F. Dickson and Lee Ottaway.Rent Receipts •On motion the president was authorized to appoint the village committee. Or a Deed ? the Big 19 Is at youi service. * * * In Memoriatn. With sorrowing hearts we mourn the passing of another member of our ehib— Miss Clara Skinner—one whom we, with our limited vision, feel can ill be spared. Her active brain and tireless energy made her a viial part of the club life. No member felt more keenly the need of an organization that tended to raise the intellectual and literary standard in our midst, and no one gave more freely of her time and strength to achieve this end. NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, You decide and tell Delaplain at once. 19 Main St.. R. D. ROWERS. Westfield, N. Y. Lots on installment plan. Liberal condi- Mr. Bigler spoke along the same lines, except that he did not mention the work of the a&MBSors. After these remarks the following nominations were made by acclamation: Theo. Burns nominated Charles McEwen for president; S. A. Van Tassell nominated John Backman for trustee, and Frank Winkelman and Father Corbett nominated E. N. Skinner for the other trustee; Frank Wolfe was nominated for treasurer, Asa Finlay for collector, and G. M. Curtis for assessor. John White, Theo. Bums and Will Nichols were elected a committee to fill vacancies, and Frank Winkelman, John White and Theo. Burns were elected a* village committee. Those present are predicting a sweeping victory fv the ticket nominated on Muck 19th. I<> ON THE LEVEL tions. Make your choice early and set the best. Fortunate in possessing all those qualities that make for noble womanhood, her life was complete with good works. Calmly and fearlessly she faced the inevitable, with the full assurance that she CONCORD ORAPE ROOTS ATTENTION ! ! BL0WER5 BLACKBERRY ROOTS We are Belling the best Wools, Yarns, Notions at lowest prices. Big discount on all Winter goods. Call early. "Would meet her Pilot face to face When she had crost the bar." This flight recognition of her worth as a member of our organization, and of the affection and esteem as an associate which we bore her, will be entered upon the raoords of the c!ui|». Julia A. Fennek, MT. MORENCY CHERRY TREES ORDER NOW OF E J. MAC0MBER, ■" H.W.fiL0WERS,^5 Framcb Flagler. Committee. Na. 38 Eist mala stmt. Subscribe for The RepabUttn.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1912-03-06|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1912-03-06|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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