Westfield Republican, 1913-02-05
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®he iUestficId Kcpublicon WESTFEELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. T., "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1913. No. 47. VOL. LVIII. BOGUS CHECKS. ' LINCOLN ANNIVERSARY. LAMB & C0WAN' THE DRUGGISTS. PEG LER & DAVIS <£?& A. H. Lyon Succeeded in Passing Three Forged Checks on Last Thursday. Methodist Episcopal Church Next Sunday Evening, February 9th. 1913. Fresh Drags. Phone 2. CENTRAL DRUG STORE Always Busy. 33 Main Street. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. A warrant has been sworn out for the arrest of A. H. Lyon on the charge of forging the name of B. Fenner to three checks, which he passed on our business men last Thursday. The young men of the Methodist church constituting the Oxford Club, will-' give a fine service of addresses and songs next Sunday evening in the church in honor of the memory of Abraham Lincoln. Three addresses, bringing into prominence distinctive characteristics of the Great Emancipator's life and work, will be given by G. G. Gibbs, Edgar Welch and A. C. Chamberlin. These addresses will be prepared with great care and will be deeply interesting. The following is the program of addresses and music as arranged by William Welch and a chorus ol young men numbering about twenty: 18 Main Street. 'Phone 80 Night and emergency phone Now 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calis at other hours when necessary. We give Pony tickets for all cash purchases or payment of VALENTINES account. Capsoline A solidified liniment made by Parke, Davis & Co. It is excellent for rheumatic and neuralgia pains. 25c the tube. Lyon disappeared Friday just as the checks, which had been drawn on the Citizens Bank, were presented for payment. Charles Johnson, proprietor of a restaurant on North Portage street, cashed a $5 check foe-a board bill of $3, giving Lyon $2 in change. Carnahan Bros. fit Shearer cashed another check for $12 in payment for goods, and Fred Scott, who conducts a store on Main street, cashed aitother check for $6. He also passed a forged order on Sturgis & Sturgis and secured a $5 pair of shoes. Colgate Soaps New 50 Cent Books Fresh new stock just in. Cold Cream Soap 10c, 25c box. Vioris Soap, 5 and 10 cts. Northern Rose 10c, 25c box. Imperial Lilac 10c, 25c box. Big Bath 10c, 3 for 25c. The Prodigal Judge. Rose in the Ring. Certain Rich man. Girl of the Limberlost. The Fortune Hunter. Morgan, Beard Softener Do 31 ou shave yourself? If you do, you should have one. Easy to use, easy to keep clean and easy to shave after using. 25c each. Stationery Gold initial correspondence cards 25c the box. English Mull, by the box of 60 sheets and 50 envelopes, 25c the box. Louisine linen paper by the pound, note or letter size, 25c; envelopes to match 10c package. The men'a chorus is planning on rendering these old pieces a little differently from the usual style of singing them, working in orchestral effects, passages by quartets, etc. VaJentines Some one asks "Do you still sell Valentines?'! Sure, there's a new crop pf children every year and Valentines will never go out of fashion. Lyon is charged with stealing the checks from Mr. Fenner's check book, as he had been in his employ for a short time. Lyoiris nearly 60 years of age, and a landscape gardener. He left a note on the door of his room saying he had gone to Brocton for 10 days, but would return. It looks very much as though he was insane.PROGRAM. Floor Oil Organ Prelude J. W. Phillips Battle Hymn of the Republic... Congregation Ellicott's Parafine Floor-Oil is prepared in such a way that when properly applied there is no excess of oil left free on the wood to spoil one's clothing. 60c the gallon. Prayer. Response Speech. Star Spangled Banner Speech. New National Anthem- Speech. America Organ Postlude Orchestra— W. T. Welch Valentine Post Cards 1 to 5 cents. Art Valentines 5 to GOc. Hand Painted Valentines 25 to 75 cents. Mechanical Valentines 3, 5, 10 and 15c. Books and booklets for grown ups at many prices. Men's Chorus Dr. Hess' Panacea for Chickens .Men's Chorus Men's Chorus Missionary Meeting. ..Congregation J. W. Phillips WHO'S YOUR TAILOR? All interested in China are invited to attend the Thursday evening service, Feb. 6. at, the Presbyterian church, when a travel talk on the missionary stations in China, belonging to the Presbyterian Board, will be given. Leader Sal Vet The medicated Salt that is taking the place of stock foods and condition powders. Good for horses, sheep, hogs and all farm aminals. Removes worms and aids digestion. Makes rough coats smooth. 10 lbs. 75c. 20 lbs. $1.25. New Goods J. W. Phillips.... J. F. Welch ....Organist .Violin We now have ready for your inspection over 1,000 patterns of the newest colors, embracing many original, novel and exclusive patterns, sent us by Walter Falvay Walter Backman. Cornet Flute ....Saxophone Gipsey's Gift, for rheumatism, Ermine Peck 25c. Philip Cady Trombone The church will be beautifully decorated with flags, portraits and other designs. The public is invited to come and the glorious name of Lincoln should draw a crowded house. Gets-It, for Corns, 25c. Bunion Comfort. Plasters, per box, $1. Ellis—Miller. Fred H. Ellis, It prosperous grape grower of Ripley, was married to Miss Elva C. Miller of Springville, on January 28th, at the borne of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Miller. The bride was attended by her sister, while Edgar Reeves acted as best man. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. N. S. Methfessel of Springville. The happy couple will reside on the Ellis homestead, Ripley. Ed. V. Price & Co. Remember •. • MERCHANT TAILORS, CHICAGO Village Board of Health. The Village Board of Health held its regular meeting at The Republican office on Monday evening, Feb. 3rd, 1913, at 8 o'clock. There were present: President Theo. Burns, Health Officer Rood and H. W. Thompson. < J. L. Taylor & Co. The 20 per cent Discount Sale that started Feb. 1st, continues all this week and ends Saturday, Feb. 8th. Now is the time to buy that Watch you have been wanting for so long, and we can save you from $3 to $5 on it if you buy it during this sale. We still have some popular music left that is going very fast at 5c a copy. Come and out what you want before it is all gone. MERCHANT TAILORS, N. Y. You can pay all the way from $15 to $50, but the clothes will embody quality, style and workmanship such as small tailors charge twice the money to duplicate. Fit and satisfaction guaranteed.Adult Bib e Class Work. Mrs. Geo. H. Geyer, of Ohio, Adult Bible Class Specialist, and Dr. Joseph Clark, New York State Sunday School Superintendent, will conduct a two-session Institute on Adult Bible Classes in the Methodist church of this village Monday afternoon and evening, Feb. 17th, at 2:15 and 7:30 o'clock. There will be four practical addresses and two open conferences. The Bible classes of the different towns are planning to come in companies with banners. A big time is expected. Pastors, superintendents, teachers and everybody invited. pr. E. Rood reported that the town was practically free from all contagious dis- eases. A report was received from the State Health Department in regard to the condition of our water supply, and it was referred to the Water Board. On motion adjourned. H. W. Thompson, Sec'y. Why not buy a nice Cut Glass Bowl ? Say one for about $5. You get it for $4 during this sale. You know there is something you have wanted for quite a while, either in Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Cut Glass or Jewelry, and now is the time to get it. Don't put it off—get it now. Let us take your measure now and have the suit whenever you want it. ready Hall in the Grove. The Society of the Hall in the Grove met on Tuesday evening, Jan. 28th, at the home of Mrs. L. W. Chapman. The president, Mrs. Owen, presided, and the Vesper service was led by Rev. D. W. Howell. After routine business was disposed of the president, in behalf of the Society, welcomed the guests and hoped some time they would become members of the Chautauqua Reading Course and eventually members of the Alumni. Don't forget we do all kinds of Watch making, jewelry work, clock repairing and hand engraving. Anderson. & RJckenbrode rLDTHIERSand FURNISHERS westf/eld.n.y: Alerts Defeat Spirals. Alerts 22, Spirals 19, was what the final score read at the clyse of last Thursday night's game between the Alerts and Spirals. The Jamestown lads took the lead and at half time led by the score cf 14 to 10. However, in the second half, the local boys scored 12 points to their opponents 5, and the final score was 22 to 19. Following is the lineup: JEWELERS Successors to J. C. Powers Westfield, N. Y. Store open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Ask for Pony votes. The Corner Drug Store The program was on "The Constitution of the United States." The Preamble was recited and a very interesting and instructive paper read by Mrs. Rood, subject, "The Constitution." A paper, "The Sage of Monticello," and "The Father of the Constitution," was well prepared and read by Mrs. Dibble. Interesting questions on the Constitution by Miss Craft followed the reading of the papers. Mrs. Howell's talk on the Curfew was listened to with interest. She first gave the origin of the word and presented her subject so clearly one could but feel grateful to her for the interest she has taken in the work in our village. Regrets at losing them as residents here are followed by the very best wishes of a host of friends. The Sheldon Hdwe. Co. Alerts 22 Bittles, capt r. f. Spirals 19 Lundquist, capt. A few suggestions regarding the little ailments caused by Barber Sweeney ..1. f. Sunderland Gokey Changeable Weather Hatsell c i- i ...Carlson Bristol .1. g Johnson A Recipe for Cleaning Silver Without Scouring Goals—Barber 4, Sweeney 5, Sunderland 1, Gokey 6, Johnson 1. Fouls—Bittles 1, Hatsell 3, Lundquist 3. BRONCHIAL TABLETS come in boxes at 10c and relieve iriitation of throat and bronchial passages. CATARRHINE, one of the "Dike" remedies, a positive relief for catarrhal irregularities, 25c. do much to Referee, Schwager. Umpire, Olson. A Good Opportunity. GOWAN'S PREPARATION, an external application for pneumonia and other conditions due to conjestion or inflammation, 25c. DRAKE'S CROUP REMEDY, once used is always kept on hand. Put your silverware in a pure Aluminum dish, cover with water, shave a little soap into the dish, and let it boil for a few minutes, take out and wipe dry. Having sold our home we wish to offer for sale, our entire household furniture, nearly new an4 in first class condition, including 40 yds, carpet, large library table, combination book case and writing desk, bed lounge, Morris chair, rockers, beds, one brass and twtf wood, dressers, (one Princess) chiffonier and wash srands, wardrobe, buffet, antique furniture, mahogany parlor chairs, marble top stand, black walnut pedestal, six lesf extension dining table, hand made and chairs to match, pictures, hall rack, gas range etc., Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 6, 7, 8, of this week at 36 Davis St. If this does not clean your silverware better and easier than any way you ever tried before, come into our store and we will give you your choice of any piece of Aluminum Ware in our window. But, you must use pure Aluminum, and we carry the most complete line in town. During the social hour, which concluded the pleasant evening, light refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Chapman and Miss Hardenburg. 35c. SYRUP WHITE PINE WITH TAR, the old reliable treatment for all manner of coughs, 25c. The meeting then adjourned to meet the fourth Tuesday evening in February, the place of gathering ta be announced later. ALUMINUM JfcLIA n. POOLE. Aluminum costs too much? Stop and figure how much you have spent for tinware during the last five years, how many times you have had to replace the same article. Aluminum will last a lifetime and you can hand it down to the children. Tinware is bright for a few days then gets old looking, Aluminum is always bright. Westfield, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge Officers Installed. D. D. G. M. Geo. B. Sanford, of Silver Creek, N. Y„ and staff installed the following officers of Westfield Lodge No. 591, LaO. F., for the ensuing year: N. G.-W. J. McDowelL V. G.-Wm. J. Taylor. Rec. Secretary —G. E. Dascomb. Treasurer—J. M. Woleben. Fin. Secretary—B. F. Cutting. Warden—Will Norton. Conductor—John Rollman. 0. G.—Ameal Frauz. 1. G.—Leonard Trump. R. S. N. G John Schwager. L. S. N. G.—Jay Taylor. R. S. V. G.—Jay Ingerson. L. S. V. G.—Mort. Anderson. R. S. S. —Charles Raynor. L. S. S.—George Campbell. Chaplain—T. D. Edwards. EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE Irvine L. Powers. Our Window Strawberries in January. this week shows a complete line of pure Aluminum, for all such as purposes, About the most remarkable freak of the present warm winter was called to our attention, by Station Agent H. E. Lyons of the Lake Shore railroad. Emer Puis, a section foreman of the road, brought to the Ripley Station Thursday a strawberry plant which he found along the track. The plant bore one ripe berry, several green ones and a number of blossoms. Beat that for January 30. Who wouldn't live in Ripley?—Ripley Review. Kettles, Teapots* Pans, Double Boilers, Spiders, Muffin Dishes, Coffee Percolators Spoons, Strainers, etc. We are now taking orders tor No. 9 Grape Wire. Please leave your orders early. Price guaranteed. Drop in and hear our new styles of Vsctrolas, ranging in price from $15 to $52.50. We guarantee our Aluminum ware* Nothing could be more appropriate for that Easter wedding gift than pure Aluminum. BELL & CRANDALL The Sheldon Hdwe. Co. —For Sale.—A quantity of good hay. Also some egg coaL J. T. Barnes. —For Sale.—iO room house. Inquire —For Sale.—A desirable residence at Westfield. Attractive price to immediate purchaser. Obliged to selL Address, Quick Sale. Successors to H. W. Gibbs & Co. 5 per cent, off for cash. Phone 16. W. A. Peglar.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1913-02-05|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1913-02-05|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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