Westfield Republican, 1912-04-10
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/ |g 11*" ♦ i \ % | | ♦ @l|c lUcsttuiu ticpubucan VOL. LYIII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., K Y., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1012. No. 4. PEGhER&BAVIS, TOWN BOARD. MEETING. GLEE CLUB TONIGHT. LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. Regular Meeting of the Board Was Held at the Office of Tennant & Tennant on Thursday Afternoon, April 4, 1912, at 2 O'clock. Don't Miss the Hamilton Glee Club Concert at the Opera House on April 10th. CENTRAL DRfclG STORE. Always Busy. Fresh Drugs. 33 Main 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. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. 15 Main Street. Night phone 8-c. Tonight (Wednesday, April 10th) the Hamilton College Musical Club will appear at the Opera House under the auspices of the Athletic Association. The boys will have to make a hurried trip to Westfield, as they appear in Ashtabula this afternoon. A special car has been arranged on the Lake Shore to bring them to Westfield in time. This year's concert of the Hamilton College Club is of particular interest to Westfield people, because the Glee Club is directed by Harold W. Thompson, of Westfield. Because of the graduation of many members of last year's 'Phone 80 The regular meeting of the Town Board was held at the office of Tennant & Tennant on Thursday afternoon, April 4, 1912, at 2 o'clock. Try Mentholatum Spraying Time Grape Tying For cold in the head, catarrh, sore throat, cold on the lungs, etc. It gives quick relief. 25 and 50c the iar. To fight San Jose scale, use lime- Soon causes sore fingers unless you use Z. 0. adhesive tape for protection. One yard long and inch wide 10 cents, 5 yard rolls There were present: Supervisor W. H. Thompson, Justices, Benj. Breads, M. D. Tennant and William Russell. sulfur solution while buds are dormant. We supply Jergens A number of bills for machinery and miscellaneous accounts were presented und approved. can the gallon or barrel 10 cents Violet Glycerine Soap for the toilet and Cannot be equaled for the prsce. MikI and healing and keeps the skin smooth and soft. 10c cake, •> for 25c. Town Superintendent John Kolpien presented an agreement for the expenditure of highway monies which was read club Mr. Thompson faced an unusually hard task when lie took the club in hand this fall. By long, careful and persistent training he has produced an organization which fully maintains the high Hamilton WE HAVE IT Tender Feet and approved The following communication was received from W. J. Thompson, Said a d >r your store is a constant surprise tome Hinders many a mau's days work by taking up his best thinking1 hours. The following are all good relievers: Tiz, Glad Plieet, Aliens Foot East, Allen's Foot Tabs, Johnsons Foot Soap, Coloeide Compound and Nyals Easem: Any one 2.3c pkg. \ou have items that 1 did not expect to find in towns of Gentlemen: — Desiring to obtain an egress for the John C. Thompson houses, request that the Bridge Department grant me the right to open a small gate at the end of viaduct and hinge the same and fit with a lock so that 1 may build a platform for.entrance upon Main street. This platform will not be attached to the viaduct in any way, but approach near enough so that we can pass out through this gate. Mr. John Beckman will perforin the work and will undoubtedly do the same in a most fitting manner if you may see your way clear to grant me this privilege. Town Board ok Wkstkield. standard The Mandolin Club, under the direction of Mr. Ells, of Utica, is said to be the best that ever represented Hamilton. this size." (.'it v liysicians compliment us on our pre. —if yen want drugs try Lamb scnption woi c sa v iV Cowan first Special features of the program are a violin solo by Mr. Herdner, of Holyoke, Mass., a pianolog by Mr. McGibeny, of Indianapolis and the amusing efforts of the Mandolin Quartet. Dusters mmam Harmony Violet Hess* Stock Food Wool Ousters, 25c, 50c and 75c each. Feather Dusters, 35c, 50c,'75c and 85c each Half pound of transparent glycerine soap. Has the scent of freshly cut violets. 10 cents a ! bar, 3 for 25 cents. l sed at the beginning of the working season will tone up your horses and pay you well for money invested, 12 lb sack 75c, 25 lb sacks $1.45. After the concert tonight the Hamilton Club will be entertained by a dance and will be the guests in several Westfield homes over night. Jap=a=lac Brightens up your marred furniture. Can be plied by any one. All colors and sizes, 1-4 15c, 1-2 pint 25d, 1 pint 45c, quarts 75c. appintVery truly yours, W. J. Thompson, Executor. The Westfield concert is the fourth of the present tour. It was preceded by concerts at Seneca Falls, N. Y., Warren and Ashtabula, Ohio. The remaining appearances are at Albion, LeRoy and Binghamton.Alabastine The Supervisor reported that- Town Superintendent John Kolpien had reported that he saw no objection to granting the request, provided the consent of the B. & L E. Traction Company could be secured.The sanitary wall finish. We "CCf, carry all the shades. Stencils are now furnished by the manufacturers at 10 cents each users of Alabastine. Iron and Wine The Corner Drug Store. An all round tonic for tated conditions. It food and a medicine bottles 50 cents. debiii - is both a Full pint Methodist Episcopal Church. to i I On motion of William Russell the request was laid on the table until the consent of the E 8l L. E. Traction Company could be secured. EASTER SERVICES. Fine Stationery Disappointing as the Easter proved to be in the weather reports the services of the day were of great interest at the Methodist church. The audiences both morning and evening were large for such a day and the services were deeply spiritual. The music was of a high character agd formed the most impressive feature* In the morning two men connected themselves with the church and the work of the Board of Foreign Missions was presented for contributions. In the evening the pastor gave a summary of the events of the first Easter morning as they have been arranged by Biblical scholars. The decorations were fine and especially effective. POWERS' On motion adjourned. H. W. Thompson, Clerk. We have just received direct from the factory a large assortment of writing tablets. They come in five sized and in a variety of finishes. They all bear the name Easter at St. Peter's. COME ON All three congregations were surprisingly large notwithstanding the; rain and snow. At the 10:30 Eucharist, after the processional around the church, Holden's "Christ Our Passover" was sung as the Introit The Kyrie was from Mozart in his characteristically joyous style. The Creed by Tours in C is a strong example of English music. The Sanctus from the same service drops to A flat, giving an impression of awe in the angels hymn. The Gloria in Excelsis returns to the key of C, with incidental solos in F, which for deep devotion are unsurpassed in English writing. you old war horse. I want to have you just giv$ me a chance to put it onto you. I mean one of thg n§w suits. Made for old ducks to travel around ancf look respectful, not like an old bum. Prices ra ge from $8.00 to $20.00. Unwind the string, you have had it tied up long enough It is worthless unless you spend it. You will leave it to your motherin-law and perhaps you will get a ten dollar slab at the head of your grave. Do not take any chances <laJ. Come right in and pick out your wants and needs and enjoy yourself. I am chuck full of good things for old or young in the clothing and furnishing line at prices you cannot beat. I will not be undersold on same quality. Hampton and are sold at a uniform price of 10 cents. Hampton Linen Paper 25 cents pound. Envelopes to match 10 cents package. Funeral of Mrs. Gray. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah H. Gray, who died on April 4th, 1912, was held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. William G. Weatherup, 189 Forest avenue, Jamestown, Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock. Rev. Walter A. Taylor, minister of the Unitarian church., and Rev. Dr. Charles H. Small, pastor of the First Congregational church officiating. The singers were Mrs. W. W. Hotchkiss and Mrs. F. A. Day. Among those present were Robert H. Tinker of Rockford, 111., Rev. Joseph E. Tinker of Canaan, Conn., and Dr. E, G. Starr of Buffalo. ;The remains were brought to Westfield for interment, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William G. Weatherup, Donald G. and Margaret G. Weatherup, Robert H. Tinker, Rev. Joseph E. Tinker and Dr. E. G. Starr. Box papers 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c. The Corner Drug Store, At the Sunday school Festival there was again the long procession. The Magnificat and Nunc Dimitis were by Burnett in F, and three carols, new to this parish, were brightly sung, — "Easter Flowers, Easter Carols," "Let the Merry Church Bells Ring" and ' God Hath Sent His Angels" (words by Phillips Brooks.) dalia n. POOLE. Westfield, Licensed Pharmacist in charge. New York. NEW FAIR CLOTHING STORE, 19 Main St., R. D. POWERS, Westfield. N. Y. the altar was decorated with Easter lilies, and the choir and nave windows with caila lilies and potted plants, one of these being given to each member of the Sunday school. . ANNIVERSARY ON THE LEVEL FURNITURE SALE! BASKET BALL. Easter at Presbyterian Church. Come and See the Horticultur- Easter was appropriately observed at the Presbyterian church last Sunday. The church was handsomely decorated and the choir under the direction of Mrs. Walker furnished some excellent and ap propriate music at the morning service, the'solos by Mr. Barker and Dr. Mudge being especially enjoyable. An able and instructive sermon was delivered by Dr. R. S. Van Cleve of Erie, Pa., who was pastor of this church forty-three years ago. and was warmly welcomed by a number of his former parishioners. At the opening exercises of the Sunday school fine vocal solos were rendered by Theo. Barker and Miss Olga Burri. pRENDERGAST & RQfclGLzAfl ist—Nip 'em in the Bud. Don't forget the sale we are going to put on the 8th of April. We will make it THE event of the season, (A RED LETTER SALE OF FURNITURE), and that it may be of more than usual interest to you we will make a 25 per cent, cut of any and everything in our store "Jim" Flagler, our former townsman and present Erieite, claims that since his departure the town has subsided to a grave yard quiescence. He has therefore organized an all collegiate basket ball team of Baltimore Orioles with which he plans next year to clean the Andies as champs of Pennsylvania and Western New York. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS. the Destroy irjj5 element, lire, robs you of your property, there is but one redress, only one wav <5f Mr. Flagler with true patriotic spirit and out of pity to the inanimate corpses which line Main street has, after some deliberation, agreed to bring his team to Westfield for their first tryout. It mi';!ht be added that his reluctance in coming to this decision was prompted by his positive knowledge of the prowess of the Bisons on the tarred boards. Fearing all the time that his embryonic champ.-' would be squelched in the bud. "getting square." insurance policy. Have you one? If not, you should have this very minute. You can never know when your home or other prop rty will A fire Remember the date, April 8thf for two weeks, and for CASH only. There was a large congregation present in the evening to hear the Cantata "From Sepulchre to Throne," by Thomas Shepard, rendered by the choir under the leadership of Mrs. Walker. A. P. JEfTERY, Elder F. A. Hall conducted the opening exercises and read the words of the Can- go u|) in about I hi- smoke Scc us ta, which was given in a manner that important rnattoi THE FURNITURE MAIN. We all admire Jim's enterprising spirit, but how can we true patriots allow Pennsylvania to slip it to New York. Come mid see the Horticulturists nip 'em in tl bud Saturday night, the thirteenth of April at the Y. M. C. A. on the tarred boards of the gym lloor. Admission 15 reflected $reat credit upon Mrs. Walker and those whom she had so faithfully trained. J. W. Phillips presided ut the organ and he was assisted by Miss Helen at onro Westfield, New York, PRENDERGAST & DOUGLAS Thompson at the piano. AJrs. G. L. Hunter and Miss Gleason with violin and W. J. Randall bass viol. The solo parts were excellently rendered by Dr. Mudge and Mrs. Donald Campbell, and the quartet composed of Dr. Hunter, Dr. Mudge, Mrs. Walker and Miss Grace Hiller was very fine. The choruses were admirably sung and the cantata was one of the best ever given in this church, being greatly enjoyed by all present, and Mrs. Walker and all who assisted deserve much praise for the enjoyable evening, and it is to be hoped that we may have many more of them. CHAUTAUQUA, N. Y we STF1KLD, N V WHO SAID cents, ANTONY MIL ITEL LO Gas Notice. • That your sewer could not be connected as cheap by Hyde as by any one. Give him a chance. We will supply gas to applicants who are on the lines already laid. Make your applications at the gas office. CONTRACTOR FOR Cement Walks, Cellars, Sewer Service and The Welch Gas Co. R. M. HYDE. —For Sale—One bay mare, sound, weight 1200, good worker, also good loader; cream separator No. 5 Simplex, nearly new; alto buggy and harness. Inquire of Mrs. Joseph Douglass. General Concrete Work. 24 East Pearl Street, ' Local Phone 104-A. * * WESTFIELD, K. T Im Street. Plumbing and Heating.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1912-04-10|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1912-04-10|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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