Westfield Republican, 1913-04-09
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®he iUcotficlb Republican WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1913. No. 3 VOL. LIX. HELP THE CHILDREN. TOWN BOARD MEETING. LAMB & COWAN, DAVIS PEGLER & One Thousand Dollars in One Hour Next Saturday for Atnletic Field and Playground. Regular Meeting Held at the Office of Tennant & Tennant on April 3, 1913. THE DRUGGISTS. Fresh Drugs. Phone 2. CENTRAL DRUG STORE Always Busy. 33 Main Street. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m 15 Main Street. A campaign of one hoar is to be made next Saturday from 4 to 5 p. m. for the purpose of raisin# $1,000 to be used in grading, draining and equipping the field which has been donated by Dr. Welch. On Thursday of this week there will be placed in every house in town a circular, which will fully describe the object, the need and the possibilities of such a place for the community. Then will also be an envelope accompanying the circular, on which will be a space for the name, address and amount to be inclosed. A committee has been appointed for each street and will have charge of the placing of the circulars and envelopes in the houses on Thursday, and also collecting the amount placed in the envelopes on Saturday trom 4 to 5 o'clock. The committee will at the hour of 4 p. m. begin collecting from the farthest point on their street coming towards the Y. M. G A., where there will be a large clock that will indicate the amount as it comes in. Every one in the village is asked to contribute toward this worthy purpose an amount of not less than one dollar, and there will have to be a good many fives, tens and larger amounts if this money is raised. More than $1,000 is needed to put the field in the shape that it ought to be. It would not speak well for the town if after a field worth $5,000 had been donated with the provision that $1,000 be raised for putting this field in shape, that the amount was not forthcoming. If everyone does their part there will be no trouble in securing this amount. Here are some things to think about: You are giving to a permanent village improvement. # The boys and girls, not only of today, but of the years to come, will have a place to play in summer where they will not be on the streets. A place specially fitted for them where they will be under the charge of a playground director, who \ will look after their interest and keep out the undesirable things that naturally come where there is no supervision. A place for all, rich or poor. Those interested in athletics will have a field that is one of the finest in this part of the State and will be fuUy equipped for track, base ball and all-around sports. Think all of these things over and put a good big amount in the envelope and have it ready for the committee when it is called for. The regular meeting of the Town Board was held at the office of Tennant & Tennant on Thursday afternoon, April 3, 191S, at 2 o'clock. There were present: Superintendent W. H. Thompson, Justices Ben]. Breads, W. Russell. M. D. Tennant and J. H. Prendergast Night and emergency phone No, 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. We give Pony tickets for all cash purchases or payment of account. 'Phone 80 Adhesive Plaster We have the Red Cross Adhesive Plaster, best to use while tying grapea. 1 in. x 1 yd., 10c; 1 in. x by 10 yds., 75c. We have the 2 and 3 in. wide if you wish it. Pat-co Flat Finish Rubber Gloves 50c For house cleaning, dish washing, posy gardening, etc. A fresh, new stock, well made. Special this week at 05c a pair. All sites in stock. A wall paint that is washable but resembles kalsomine in its soft fiat finish. Artistic color schemes can be produced. See our east window for examples. Color cards on request.A bill of Justice J. H. Prendergaat for $29.30 for services was allowed. A bill of Theo. Burns for $10 for fumigating was allowed. Paint Do your painting early this year. Painting supplies will be no cheaper. Lawrence Paint in gals., $1.85; 1*2 gal., 95c, qt seed Oil 75c gal. Turpentine 75c gal. Three New Ones Cow-Tone, a remedy for cows only; it is a thorougl. tome and milk producer. Cow's Relief, for all kinds of caked bag. Calve s Cor dial far any digestive trouble in calves. These remedies are all gua teed; money refunded if they do not give satisfaction. A number of miscellaneous fund bills were presented end allowed. A bill of $12.84 of the Westfield Lumber It Coal Co. for material for booths was presented and allowed. Metal Hot Water Bottles A bill of $43.85 for services was presented by Constable W. F. Hopper and allowed. Hold boiling water safely, rubber will not, without injury. Metal vadiates heat, rubber does does not. A metal bottle filled with boiling water at night will give off heat until morning. Metal bottles will not leak, will last a lifetime. We have the new Gillette Water Bottle for your inspection, price $3. Combination set with fountain syringe $ 1. "Pying Us Your family receipts and prescriptions, and let us compound them or you. We use only fresh, pure drugs in our dispensing. Metal Water Bottles The following resignation was received from W. F. Hopper and, on motion, accepted:Westfield, N. Y.. April 2, 1913. To the Town Board of the Town of Westfield, N. Y. I hereby resign from the office of Constable of the said Town of Westfield, subject to the action of the Town Board, said resignation to take effect immediately. Yours very truly, W. F. Hopper. The following application for Constable was presented by Charles Trippy: Work and Spray New Library Books The Judgment House, Parker. We Invite Is the secret of good fruit. The spraying part we can help along with the best of standard chemicals. We supply lime-sulphur so- Gilbert Mating of Lydia, Mrs. Ward. Heart of the Hills, John Fox, Jr. Amateur Gentleman, author of Broad Highway. Westfield, N. Y.t April 3. 1913. To the Town Board of Town of Westfield. N. Y. , 1 hereby make application to bf appointed Constable of the Town of Westfield. N. Y., to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Win. F. Hopper, subject to the action of the Town Board. Yours respectfully, Charles Trippy. On motion he was appointed Constable to fill out W. F. Hopper's term. A. critical comparison of our store and our merchandise with any store and any merchandise of which you may know. We urge this criticism and this comparison because we are sure that it will result in our favor. We are backing our claims of superiority by superior •meichandise—by merchandise which will stand every quality test and which we can safely guarantee by a simple statement, "Your satisfaction or your money back. lution by the gallon or barrel. Blue Vitriol bv the pound or barrel. Formaldehyde for preventing rust on oats and scab on potatoes. Full directions on request. Day of Days, Vance. John O'Jamestown, Kester. You can read them for a nickel each The Pony Contest On motion, adjourned. H. W. Thompson, Clerk. Is getting close. No one has the pony yet. It goes to the boy who hustles. We give you double pony tickets this week at our store on all cash sales or accounts paid. \ ou can help the boys by making advance or deposit payments to be traded out later. Contestants, call for post cards to send your friends about this way. Illustrated Lecture. That'8 why we offer Rev. Charles E. Rhodes, of Buffalo, will give an illustrated lecture on "Rambles in the Northwest Country" Friday evening. April 18th. at the Presbyterian church. One who has heard this lecture speaks very enthusiastically of it, and especially of the beauty of the pictures. Tickets 25 cents. Kuppenheimer and Sta-divim Clothes Meritoriously made, tastefully tailored and insuring by their pure woolen qualities many months of money saving, satisfaction giving SERVICE. This is the basis of our claim to yo%r patronage. You cannot find a better basis, nor carf you find better clothes anywhere at any price. PAINT TALK House and Contents Burned. Shortly before 3 o'clock on Friday morning fire was discovered in the Edward Golden house on Bliss street. An alarm was turned in, the firemen responded promptly, but owing to the distance from the village and the headway the fire had made before it was discovered, the building with its contents was destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. Golden were not at home at the time, and the origin of the fire is a mystery. There was $1,300 insurance on the house and $600 on the contents. The loss will be a heavy one. What is Paint for? To preserve and beautify. ] Give Them a Place to Play. "Plenty of room for dives and dens (glitter and glare of sin); Plenty of room for prison pens (gather the criminals in); Plenty of room for jails and courts (willing enough to pay). But never a place for the lads to race no, never a place to play! "Plenty of room for shops and stores (Mammon must have the best); Plenty of room for the running sores that rot in the city's breast! Plenty of room for lures that lead the hearts of our youth astray; But never a cent on playground spent — no, never a place to play! "Plenty of room for schools and halls, plenty of room for art; I Plenty of room for teas and balls, platform, stage and mart. Proud is the city—she finds a place for many a fad today; ' But she's more than blind if she fails to find a place for the boys to play! "Give them a chance for innocent sport, give them a chance for fun— Better a playground plot than a court and a jail when the harm is done! Give them a chance—if you stint them now, tomorrow you'll have to pay A larger bill for darker ill; so give them a place to play!" Why Should Paint be Used? Because it saves labor, because it is sanitary, because it saves money by prolonging tne life of anything to which it is applied. SUITS $10424 Who Can Use Paint? , , . We can't all paint pictures, but anyone can improve tne looks ot the house, barn, wagon, sleigh, pump, farm machinery, or perhaps the lawn fence, with a can of our paint and a brush. How is Paint Made? The very best paint for exterior work is made of a scientific mixture of zinc, white lead and Silica, Sr"«"dnpurel; The best paint, and the line which we carry is PATTON S SUN PROUD PANTS. w e are showing a complete outfit of Boys' «■'Outfitting," head to foot (all but the shoes). Pony Contest Extended. The pony contest, which was to have closed on April 13th, will be extended one week, until April 22nd, on account of the pony coming from the flood district in Ohio. Each contestant is to file a statement of the number of his votes with his votes at the Citizens Bank on or before Aoril 24th, at noon. The judges are Paul Welch Fred M. Rich and G. G. Gibbs. Sinned: Carnahan Bros. & Shearer, clothiers; The W. R. Douglas Co., grocers; C. F. Pratt & Co.. boots, shoes; Ben Boult, dry goods, etc.; McEwen's Candy Kitchen; A P. Jeffery, furniture, etc.; Lamb & Cowan, drugs; R. F. Brown, china, novelties; C. C. Hill, fresh and salt meats; T. D. Edwards &. Son. plumbing; The Fay- Stoolfer Co.. coal, feed; Main Street Theater, pictures; The Westfield Republican. Tector Just come in and let us show you some of the Will make paint stick to anything, sink, bath tub, inside of refrigerator, in fact any surface will take paint after a coat of Tector has been applied. PATTON'S AUTO AND CARRIAGE PAINT SUITS, HATS, WAISTS, STOCKINGS, Etc. Don't send your carriage to a paint shop get just as fine a gloss by using Patton s. to be painted; you can The Sheldon Hdwe. Co. Village Board of Health. Westfield Ice Co. The regular meeting of the Village I Board of Health was held at The Republican office on Monday evening, April 7th, 1913, at 8 o'clock. The Board was organized by the election of Theo. Burns as President and H. W. Thompson as Secretary.Health Officer Rood reported that Dr. S. A. Brown and himself made an inspection of the Back Alley, and found some parts of it in very bad condition, while some parts were in good condition. The owners were notified to clean up at once and keep it clean. This being the usual time for the inspection of the village the residents are asked to see to it that their property be put in a sanitary condition at once, as an inspector will call and inspect them within a few days. Our aim is to furnish pure ice at reasonable prices, to give prompt, reliable and efficient service, to be ready at all >jmo« both winter and summer, to serve our customers and generally to conduct the ice business in a that will give satisfaction. Our contracts are made with the wholesale ice dealers, we are consequently in a position to protect our customers, both as to price and service m this year of a short ice crop. We are anxious for your business and we will endeavor to please you. Very sincerely. Westfield Ice Co., C. J. Bannister, Manager. Telephone 207. rLDTHIERSANB FURNISHERS WESTFIELD, N.Y. The Corner Drug Store We are sparing neither effort nor money to make our Jewelry Store one of the finest in the country, a place where you can feel at home and be assured of courteous treatment. A guarantee behind each article. Remember our repair department is one of the best. No work too difficult for us to repair. Our prices are moderate, and the work is done neatly and promptly. Vaseline Analgic Is one of the newest additions to the Vaseline line. It is put up in tubes and is a very satisfactory external application in rheumatic conditions. No Chautauqua Bank. The national comptroller of the currency has decided, after an investigation | as to the necessity of a national bank at Chautauqua, the capital for which was lately being organized, that the winter population of that place is so small that a bank would not be required and therefore the request for such, bank has been denied. While there is no qnestion that such a bank would be a great convenience in the summer season, the lack of necessity during eight months of the year overbalances and hence the banking project at Chautauqua lis at an end ,or t^ie present. It will pay you to look over the new cabinet of these preparations, which we have just received. It is a whole medicine chest in itself, containing as it does a great variety of vaseliue preparations for local use, and in some cases for internal treatment also. On motion the Secretory was authorized to engage an inspector. The Health Officer reported that the village was in a very healthy condition, there being no contagious diseases reported.On motion it was voted to hold regular m—Hngo on the first Monday evening of each month. Anderson S> Rickenbrode Westfield, N. Y. JEWELERS SucceMort to J. C. Powers Neatly and Promptly Executed «* **. •* JfcLIA n. POOLE Westfield, New York. Licenced Pharmacist in charf* Job Work On motion, adjourned. H. W. Thompson, Clerk. —little chick feed. Westfield Mills.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1913-04-09|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1913-04-09|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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