Westfield Republican, 1913-08-27
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3l)c tUcotticlb Republican ♦ ' WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1913. No. 24 VOL. LIX. EXPRESS CAR ROBBED. ENTERTAINED AT WESTFIELD LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. DAVIS PEGLER & Locked Erie Car and Entered Between Westfield—Three Secretary L. L. Hanchett Issues Announcemeat of Annnal Reunion of 112th New York Volunteer Infantry. ENTRAL DRUG STORE Always Busy. 33 Main Street. Fresh Drugs. Phone 2. Men Seen Leaving the Train. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. The Lake Shore Express Train No. 24 was robbed between this place and Erie, Pa., Wednesday afternoon and the robbers escaped. It is not now known how much booty the robbers secured, but it is believed that they boarded the train at Erie and threw the things from the train at some point where confederates could get it 'Phone 80 Secretary L. L. Hanchett has issued the following announcement of the 51st annual reunion of the 112th New York Volunteer Infantry to be held at Westfield, Friday, Sept. 12th: Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. 15 Main Street. Por School Did You Read Fountain Pens Pencil and Ink Tablets, Note Books, Erasers, Pencils, Pens, etc. Loose leaf note books for Biology, English and History. "Dear Comrade:—The annual reunion of the 112th Regiment. New York Volunteers, and the Seventh company, First Battalion, New York sharpshooters, will be held at Westfield Sept 12th. The page advertisement of the Rexall Stores in last week's Saturday Evening Post. It enumerates some of the benefits of cooperation to both the public and the dealer. Buying in combination with 6,000 other druggists, we can give better values to our customers. For school use we have an excellent pen at $1. It has a gold pen, not gold plated. One of the mail order so-called gold pens contained by assay exactly 3 cents worth of gold. We do not sell that kind. Fountain Pons Buy a Parker Lucky Curve Pen and use it a few days at our risk. If not satisfactory return it or exchange it. Every pen guaranteed to be perfect. Prices from $2.50 to $7 each. Train No. 24 carries no passengers, but when the train stopped here three men were seen to alight This was thonght strange and after an examination it was found that one of the locked express cars, in which no messenger rides, had been entered and robbed. Officers were at once notified, but the three strangers had disappeared. "Westfield, you will remember, was the hoiqe «f Col. J. C. Drake, who W8S killed on June 1st, 1864, while leading our brigade in that terrible charge at Cold Harbor, Va. This will be the first time our reunion will be held in the beautiful village of Westfield and the citizens are sure to give us a hearty welcome. Stationery For your fine correspondence use Velva Linen. Three sizes in writing paper and also in correspondence cards. 25c the box. liquid Veneer ,There is plenty of use for Liquid Veneer this year. It removes the dust, also the germ, and renews the varnished surfaces. 25c, 50c and $1 the bottle. School Days Train 24 leaves Erie at about 4:30 p. m. and reaches Westfield at 5:15 when on time as it was that day. "The secretary and treasurer has been able to secure a quantity of the beautiful souvenir badges we, had at Jamestown last year and were in such great demand. They can be had of the secretary and treasurer by the comrades or their friends for $1 or will be sent by mail post paid. Panaeea F«ed it to your hens. It makes paying hens out of your whole flock. Eggs are "going up" and you want to be getting your share of the profits. 1 1-2 lb. package 25c, 6 lb. package 60c, 12 lb. package $1.25. Propeller Broken on a Rock. Begin September 2nd. We have the largest line of good value school supplies we have ever had. School tablets—the Excellent, Rexall, Leader and other Charles Hills of Westfield met with a slight accident Tuesday, while running his motor boat near Lighthouse Point on Chautauqua Lake. The propeller was broken as the result of the boat striking a rock. "All widows and the children of our comrades are invited to meet with us. Please notify the secretary of any change in address. big numbers, at 5 cents The Corner Drug Store School pencils—5 cent values at 2 for 5 cents. Loose leaf note books for all High School subjects Mothers' Club. "Deaths reported since Sept. 12, 1912: Harrison Stockwell, Co. A. Grant Cobb, Co. A. Amasa Heminger, Co. B. William H. Clapp, Co. B. Julius A. Cochran, Co. E. John Swanson, Co. F. William H. H. Penhollow, Co. I. Jerome S. Graves, Co. I. "Yours very truly in F. C. and L., Alvah Mathews, president, Brocton, N. Y*. "Levant H. Derby, first vice president, Fredonia, N. Y. The last veranda party will be held at the association house this week Thursday at three o'clock. All members are urged to come and help make this last party a success, socially as well as financially. It Isn't Your Head Two Good Ones m Canners' Supplies Ileal rubber can rubbers, 10c a It's your liver, When you get dozen. up with headache, dizziness and Corks, all sizes. general bfueness, try a dose of Mrs. Price's Canning Compound Ilexall Liver Salts before breakfast 10c, seven for 50 cents. and see how it makes the day look Spices, whole or ground, includ- brighter. Price 25c ing the unusual kinds. Crystallized ginger, half boxes, 25c. A Correction. Somehow the impression got abroad that Ben Bouit's store was to close last Thursday at 6 p. m. Mr. Boult informs us that the stock will be invoiced during th® week of Sept. 8th. that the store will not be closed until that week, and that the last day of the Boult Store wilt be 21 years and eleven months after it was opened. DIKE'S SKIN SOAP The best soap for regular use. Absolutely free from injurious ingredients. Safe and agreeable to use. "John A. Brown, second vice president, Jamestown, N. Y. "L. L. Hanchett, secretary and treasurer, Jamestown, N. Y." pound s. \y. Paint DIKE'S TAR SOAP We havt so many departments that we do not often advertise paints. But we sell good quantities of the old reliable Sherwin- Williams Paint, and this is just to remind you that Fall it an excellent time to repaint. School Books For shampoo this soap is a very superior article. These soaps sell at 25c a cake, but their quality warrants it. They wear so long that it is an economy to use them. Coonty Fair. ~ Death of Mrs. Win. C- Harris. All the required books and supplies for district schools. We have them in stock and there is no delay to send for them. I The County Y. W.C. A. will have charge of a rest tent for women and girls on the Fair grounds. The tent will be provided with the necessary equipment for emergency cases, and will have all facilities for the care of babies. Association workers Will be in attendance each day. All women and girls are invited to use the tent freely. Last Sunday afternoon there was a quiet funeral service in Westfield cemetery. It marked the close of the five years of suffering that ended a life of unusual endowment and privilege. JfelLIA n. POOLE. Harriet Lewis was born in Westfield I Aug. 1st, 1852. Her parents were well known in Chautauqua county and her grandtather. Dr. Stockton, was one of the early settlers of this region. Miss Lewis was exceptionally gifted and from her girlhood enjoyed rare opportunities of education and travel. She %as a student of Wells College and while still in her teens had seen many of the more interesting parts of the United States and Canada. Her marriage to William C. Harris occurred in 1873 and they lived for many years on North Portage street, an interesting and prosperous life, in which Mrs. Harris fulfilled the duties of daughter, wife and mother, as well as aiding in church and social activities of many kinds. The National Vacuum Cleaner Saves Your Carpets. Westfield, New York- Licensed Pharmacist in charge. Y. W. C. A. Notes. Friday, August 29th is the closing day on the playground. On that day the director will be glad to meet the mothers and all interested in playground work. Up to Out Neck In New Fa.ll Things Now All women interested in the Mother's Club are invited to the veranda party at the association building, Thursday afternoon nt three o'clook. The meeting last Sunday afternoon was devoted to music. The program consisted of vocal and instrumental selections, and was enjoyed by all present There will be a meeting next Sunday afternoon at five o'clock in the association building. At last we have a vacuum cleaner which we can guarantee to be thoroughly satisfactory in every respect at the price of $7.50. This cleaner does away with the pumping,as it runs like a carpet sweeper. There are three bellows operated by the rubber rimmed wheels, which do the work. Nothing to get out of order, nothing to wear out,and are put out on trial. Fireless Cookers—just one of those double Cookers left, which will go below cost. WE now have on display our new Fall Goods and you are invited to come in and put your stamp of approval on them. Our showing of Kuppenheimer and Stadium Clothes are great. You simply must see them. We have them in all the latest styles, fabrics and colors. Gentlemen's suits—everyone of them, and they are guaranteed to give good wear and perfect satisfaction- Put us to the test. About 1900, following the marriage of her daughter, Eugene Murphy, of New Orleans, and the death of her mother, Mrs. Julia E. Lewis, the home on North Portage street was often closed and finally broken up, as Mrs. Harris felt less able to care for it. while she and Mr. Harris spent their winters in Southern France and their summers in Switzerland or northern Europe. State Fair. The Y. W. C. A, 327 Montgomery street, Syracuse will provide as far as possible, for the needs of women and girls who come to the fair unaccompanied. The accommodations are limited but cots will be provided in the gymnasium at the rate of 50c per night. Daring the month of August our store closes at 6:30 every evening except Mondays and Saturdays. In 1907 they fulfilled a long cherished wish tor a leisurely trip around the world and at the end of two years, when they returned from this trip, Mrs. Harris was apparently in her usual health. A few weeks later, however, saw the first sharp attack of the painful illness which ended in her death at Cambridge Springs Wednesday, Aug. 20th. Mrs. Harris was an active member of St. Peter's church in Westfield. Here she was baptized and confirmed. The rector of St Peter's, the Rev. Mr. Burge, conducted the funeral service on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the cemetery, where the old friends of her girlhood met together with the bereaved family. The Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. will maintain a tent on the Fair grounds which will serve as a publicity center and information bureau and also as a rest room for women and girls who wish to avail themselves of it. $16.00 to $25.00 BELL & CRANDALL Successors to H. W. Gibbs & Co. Other good makes $8.00 to $15.00. We have not neglected the boys, as you will see by looking over the many attractive outfits we are showing. Never before in Westfield has there been shown the equal of the Sweater Coats and Jerseys that await your inspection. We have every style that can be shown. Just step in and "Take a Peek.'! 50c to $7.50. The rest of our lines have been equally stocked. Phone 16. On Wednesday morning the Y. W. C. A. will conduct a meeting in the Women s Building to which all women and girls are invited. 5 per cent, off for cash. Edwards & Powers A Rare Treat. Next Sunday evening in the Methodist church the men of the Festival Chorus will give a sacred concert. A fine program is being prepared. There will be at least two stirring anthems rendered by the full chorus, accompanied by the organ and orchestra. By special request the male quartet will render "The King of Love my Shepherd Is." The hymns will be familiar and everyone is asked to come prepared to join heartily in the congregational singing and responsive reading. There will be a short address. "WHY NOT CONSIDER US.'! rpHtpimlbflTTiaj This store will be closed on Labor Day—Monday, Sept. 1. FELL IN A DITCH. Carnahan Bros. & Shearer, Mrs. Sarah Stratton Sustains Gas and sewer work a specialty. Breaks, Bruises and Sprains. WESTFIELD, N. Y. Mrs. Sarah Stratton was severely injured Thursday afternoon while stepping out of the way of an approaching automobile. She was walking up the Sherman road, when she saw the machine coming. She started to get out of the way but tripped and fell in a ditch. W. Hiller, a farmer, living near by. heard her calling for help and went to her assistance. 30 years' experience. All mater- ials and work guaranteed for 5 Mr. McKee, of North East, will be present and sing a tenor sola He has an exceptionally fine tenor voice, and it will be a treat to hear him. This is the third sacred concert to be held here this summer. The two previous concerts were largely attended and greatly enjoyed by alL It is planned to make these concerts a regular musical event in this village. Everyone is cordially invited to be present next Sunday evening and enjoy a rare musical treat years. We are here to stay. Call and see me and save money —Orders token for 8-lb. grape baskets. 19 Water street Thed. Burns. Au6-tf —For Sale.—A No. 1 Concord grape roots. L. L. Starkweather. . —"How to Dress Becomingly" is the newest book for ladies. See advertisement. augl3-4t —For Sale—Homemade currant jelly, 16 oz. tumblers at $2.25 per doz. « Phone 181 Mrs. C. M. Case. —A bargain in pictures. See R. F. Brown's ad. Dr. Walter Stuart was called and after the necessary medical aid was rendered she was taken to her home. Besides being badly bruised she has a broken wrist and a sprained ankle. No. 8 North Portage St. —Lost—A large brown and white cloak button. Finder please return to this office. See Show Window. —Some very special picture prices. R. F. Brown's ad. See —Wanted—Girl for general housework. Mrs. A. C. Wallace, phone 166F2.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1913-08-27|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1913-08-27|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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