Westfield Republican, 1913-11-19
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@1)t U)cotficli> Itcpublican VOL. LIX. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1913. No. 35 BYRON B. BROCKWAY. FRED0N1A SAWMILL BURNS PEQLER & DAVIS LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. Death of Capable Young Man From Ripley Occurred at Cleveland Last Wednesday- The Building and Tools Stored Therein Destroyed—Another Fire. m CENTRAL DRUG STORE Always Busy 33 Main Street. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. Fresh Drugs. Phone 2. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. A message was received at Ripley Wednesday evening announcing the death at Cleveland, after a brief illness of typhoidpneumonia, of Byron B. Brockway, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Brockway of that village. A message was received earlier in the day informing the parents of the young man's illness and Mrs. Brockway left at once for Cleveland, but death occurred before her arrival. The big saw mill of Frederick W. Kruse in Chestnut street, Fredonia, was desstoyed by fire, which broke out early Tuesday morning Nov. 11. The fire was discovered shortly before one o'clock, but had a good start and the firemen found it impossible to check the flames. Some mistake was made in sounding the whistie which confused the firemen and caused some delay. The icy condition of the street also caused much trouble in hauling the hose cart to the fire. The structure is a two-story building at one time used as a basket factory. Mr. Kruse was about to make some repairs to the mill and a large amount of cement was stored there. This, together with the tools was destroyed. The loss is several thousand dollars. IS Main Street. 'Phone 80 Violet Sec Soaps Hudnut's Violet Sec Soap for the toilet. It is nicely perfumed and especially adapted to hard water. Trial size 10c, large size 25c cake. Save Yourself Disappointment And order your personal greeting cards—to be sent at holiday time —now. A simple remembrance with a decided personal note. Ask to see samples. Conkey's Laying Tonic Makes hens lay. It is an appetizer, aids digestion and assimilation of food and in this manner promotes egg production and general health and vigor—25c, 50c and SI pkg. For the Complexion Hinds' Honey and Almond Cream keeps the skin soft and smooth these cold windy days. It is excellent for the complexion—50c bottle. Byron B. Brock way was a very capable young man, with many friends there and a bright future before him. He was a graduate of the Case School of Applied Sciences in Cleveland and held a highly responsible position with the Winton Motor Car Co. af that city in its electrical department, and news of his death causes universal sorrow. Highland Linen Build Up Your Strength The kind of paper you need for your fine correspondence. We have it in several sizes and shapes from 25c to 75c a box. And prepare your system to resist the cold weather. Use Olive Oii Emulsion with Hypophosphites. It is a pleasant tasting food tonic. It is well adapted for weak pale people, aged people, for children, for convalescents, or afiy run-down condition. We guarantee this preparation—SI bottle. More Eggs If you feed Dr. Hess' Panace, or your money refunded upon return of empty package—1 1-2 lb. pkg. 25c, 5 lbs. 60c, 12 lbs. $1.25. Previous to this fire the department was called out .because of a small fire in the Card seed store in Main street. This was started by the overheating of a small glue pot under which a small flame of gas had been left. The damage was slight Besides the parents he leaves a wife and one child. The body was brought to Ripley for burial. Dr Claris' Kronkine Sal Vet Nature's remedy for all kinds of worms in stock. It has been tested and so thoroughly in this locality it is hardly necessary to say what it will do. We have it and guarantee it. Put up in 75c,$1.25, $2.25 and $5 pkgs. Stationery For the horse with distemper, colds, lief at once—75c bottle. chills, fever, etc. Gives re- Some Horse James E. Hall has just sold to A. C. Imbery, Ripley, N. Y., a pure blooded Belgian filly of his own raising. Although only 3 years old she stands 16 1-2 hands high, weighs over 1,400 and has taken first prize in her class every year at the county fair. Information Wanted. The three most important estentials—Style,. Quality, Price. We have the latest and most attractive styles; the highest quality; prices lower than inferior quality. Dear Editor:—Why is it that the Sheriff is so active when we have a church fair or the boys want to pull off a turkey raffle once a year, but the booze selling can go on the year round? It don't look good. Thanksgiving, Noy. 27 1913 1620 J. A. Riley. Morgan Beard Softener Thanksgiving Spices Foot Ball. Notice to the Public. "For that big Turkey." It will taste much better if you season it and your mince pies and puddings with our pure fresh spices. On Friday afternoon at the Welch field the local boys will clash with the Erie team in the last home game of the season. The local boys have been playing grand ball, while the Erie boys also have a record to be proud of. Game called at 4 o'clock sharp. Come and help the boys. Will soften the beard without using your hands, and is much better. It is made of rubber and gives your face a massage—25c each. YE THANKFUL" on this our National Thank Offering Day. A man may be just as thankful in his old clothes as in his new ones, but he doesn't look it, and you know looks goes a good ways—now-a-days. The Sanitary Barber Shop in the basement of the postoffice building is now open for business. Only the latest sanitary methods are employed. Individual service for each person. Up-to-the-minute in every line. Satisfaction guaranteed. Nov-19-2w GOOD DRESSING "Everybody's Doing It!" What? Is what we have to serve, and everyone wants the best on this great National Day, and the Opening of Bowling Alleys. Friday night, Nov. 21st, has been set aside for the annual opening of the bowling alleys. Four teams will bowl a progressive tournament These teams are composed of a real live bunch of men and there will be something doing. The tournament will start at 7:30 sharp. Salesmen Here. Following their annual custom the Welch salesmen, to the number of 55, from all parts of the United States, are holding their annual three days' convention here. On Saturday night Dr. Welch kept open house and entertained the whole "bunch" at his home on East Main street On Monday night these live wires gave a most enjoyable minstrel show at Assembly hall to the whole Welch family, with some friends, and on Tuesday night they had their annual banquet The convention will close today (Wednesday). The reason why the Welch business "booms" is easily explained when you see the live bunch that they have on the road. ♦ Coming in to look at, and pur- V chase the many useful articles TRIMMINGS We have for you are seasoned just right, with a Dash of Style, a Good Measure of Durability and Overflowing Quantity of Satisfaction.BILL OF FARE It is expected that light refreshments will be served. If you want to help boost the interest in bowling, come to the Y. M. C. A. at 7:30 on Friday night of this week. We promise you a lively time. New 5 and 10c Store Overcoats for young and old—Suits of the best makes and styles for all—Underwear that will keep you warm and comfortable— Hosiery of all kinds, cotton, silk and wool—Shirts that make us swell with pride when we show them—Neckwear that is up-to-the minute—Hats, stiff and soft, of the season's latest creations—Caps for the men and boys that defy the cold wintry winds—Gloves for dress and work of the best. 49 East Main Street, West field, N. Y. Basket Ball. The Bisons, the Y. M. C. A. team, has reorganized for the season, and this year's team bids fair to be the strongest they hove ever had. About 15 men are trying out for positions and this makes a good team certain. Peter Hall has been elected captain and Harold Meyer manager. Under this able leadership good games are assured and many victories will follow. The price for admission has been fixed at 20c. The first game takes place Thanksgiving day and the boys are practicing hard in order to win the first game. Westfield needs a good representative athletic team. If you help by your presence she is sure to have one. Come and you will not be ashamed of your basket ball team. The Corner Drug Store No matter what your Appetite may be for good things, we feel that we can satisfy you, and if you let us fit you out it will indeed be a Happy Thanksgiving for you. Six Held on Serious Charges. The police justice and two justices of the peace of Jamestown had a busy time last Thursday looking after a series of cases involving burglary, the receiving of stolen property and perjury. The outcome was the holding of Donald Woodward, H. Shaw, Floyd and Ronald Woodward on a charge of burglary, Mrs. Lena Lee on a charge of receiving stolen property and Lawrence Boyle on a charge of perjury. These are the Soaps they are advertising in the magazines "NATURAL" HELIOTROPE ROSE LILAC in * 60 rLDTHIERSANaFURNISHERS WE5TFJELO, N. Y. STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING Donald Woodward and Harry Shaw are charged with the burglary of the Oakley cottage at Celoron. Floyd and Ronald Woodward are charged with burglarizing a residence in that city and Mrs. Lee is charged with receiving the stolen property. Lawrence Boyle is charged with testifying falsely in another case in which one of the Woodwards was implicated. All waived examination and all were held for the grand jury. ALMOND CREAM SANDALWOOD VIOLET Boys' Meeting. One of the best meetings for boys ever held in this village was the one helc* at the Association building on last Sunday afternoon. There were 40 in attendance and the speaker was Lieut. W. H. Faust, and his subject was the American Navy. Mr. Faust spoke of the condition of the navy in 1885 and its equipment and the changes that have taken place since that time. He described the battleships and the'equipment, how the guns were made and the distances that they could shoot. The address was intensely interesting and instructive and should have been heard by every boy and young man in town. We hope it may be repeated. After the address popcorn was served by Arthur Thompson and Melvin Bemis. 10c cake—box of three cakes 25c HI III rSUfii JfclLIA M. POOLE. The Right Move. Last Friday night there was a notable gathering of men at the Methodist church who are interested in a better and more prosperous Wesitield. Instead of sitting down and mourning over the results of the excise fight, they met to plan and work for victory in 1915. At 6:30 about 100 men were seated in the spacious dining room and an excellent chicken pie supper was served by the ladies of the church. When the inner man had been Westfield, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. Special for Saturday CHICKENS, dressed, FOWL, dressed, POTATOES, 85c per bushel 19c lb. 18c Jib. Men's Night. The evening service last Sunday at the M. E. church was the first of a series of Sunday evening meetings devoted particularly to men and boys. The third Sun- j day of each month will be called "Men's ' Night"; the sermon by the pastor will be of especial interest to men and boys, and an extra musical program will be given by \ one of the musical organizations of the I satisfied E. T. Welch took charge of the meeting, and in a short, pointed speech stated the object of the meeting and said he had asked the following gentlemen to speak: Rev. Merrill, Rev, MacClelland, Rev. Locke of Dunkirk, C. E. Welch. Mr. Russ of Kansas, C. B. Sheldon. John Herron, Geo. Sawin and W. B. Lindsay. Anderson's Meat Market, Main St. Don't Miss "Miss Fade-Away" Look for this dainty COMMUNITY SILVER "Fade-Aawy" girl in our window. You all know Community Silver—the Plate de Luxe— with its beautiful designs and wonderful wearing qualities. All the addresses were practical discussions of the situation that confronts this village and advocated a permanent organization and a continuous fight all along the line. At the close of the meeting the following officers were elected and given power to appoint an executive committee to perfect a permanent organization: President, E. T. Welch; vice-presidents, G. W. Sawin, 0. A Jones and C. B. Sheldon. This is a right move, and we believe there will be something doing from now on. Practical Christianity! On November 20 church. Last Sunday night the sermon subject used was "Life Guards," with the text: "Thy righteousness shall go before thee and the glory of the Lord shall be thy | rear-ward." Isaiah 58:8. On November 7th, while picking apples Horace Beadle had the misfortune to have a ladder break, and fall to the ground receiving severe injuries, which will lay him up for some time. On last Friday twelve of his Baptist friends, made a bee and harvested his crop of mangelwurtzels for him. Mrs. Beadle treated the workers to a roast pork dinner with all the good things that go with it Mr. C. C. Salisbury The Right Store on the Wrong Side CHIROPRACTOR Anderson <8L Rickenbrode The Men's Glee Club of 20 men sang two numbers—"He Will Hold Thee Fast" and "My Sins are Forgiven, are Yours?"— which have become very popular through Chas. M. Alexander's meetings. There were 350 people present. Will open a modern Chiropractic Adjustory at 61 E. Main St. Job Work Neatly and Promptly Executed **«••» Hours—9 a.m. to J2 m., 1 to 4 pun* „ I <0 ,Beadle says he thinks this is practical —For Sale.—Two colts, one 18 and the other 9 months old; will make driving religion. horses; prices reasonable. W. H. Richard- . .. son estate, Portage road. j —Erie vs. Westfield Friday afternoon. i i . * ill —For Sale.—A hard coal or wood range with high shelf and reservoir. Inquire of J. M. Shaw, Prospect Road. Spinal adjustments remove the cause of disease.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1913-11-19|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1913-11-19|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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