Westfield Republican, 1914-06-10
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Mt ItotMli ftcMbliran TOL. LX. WESTMELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1914. No. 12 PEGLER & -CENTRAL DRUQ A BIGGER. BUSIER WESTFIELD MAY BE STUNG DAVIS STORE LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. Civic Promotion Movement Afoot to Boom the Town-Big Meeting Jnne 16th at Welch Hall. If the determined efforts of the West field Business Men's Association Promo- Westfield May Have to Care for the Beardsiey Family—Soperintendent Dodge Renders a Decision in favor of the Town of Chantanqua—Westfield May Appeal from the Decision. I Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. n-3(~ottW 15 Main Street. 'Phone 80 33 Street Phone 2. Night and emergency phone Na 138. Open Sunday from 1216 1 only. We answer phone calk at other hoon when neceeeary. Agents for Park <fe Tilford's Chocolates. tion Committee mean anything and it begins to look as if they mean a great deal—Westfield will not much longer be known as a village. ! foe some little time a few enthusiastic | merchants and prominent citizens have been agitating a boom or "Wakeup" movement in Westfield. < Their action is largely responsible for the decisive and splendidly aggressive move that has been made in securing the presence of Herbert N. Casson, of New, York City, to address a special meeting of the Association and its invited guests in Welch Hall on Tuesday night, the 16th of June. Mr. Casson is well known in the publishing and advertising profession as the most brilliant speaker and the most helpful on Advertising and Civic Efficiency in the entire United States. He is returning to America from a town of England and will address Westfield on Civic Efficiency and Development Mr. Casson is described as the most magneto speaker that has ever appeared before the Civic Clubs of St. Louis, Detroit, Buffalo, New York, and, in part, wherever he speaks, his visit is a con. quest Nyal'a Liver Salts They are a pleasant combination of Saline Salts that work both on the liver and kidneys. They cool the blood and eliminate the urio acid. 25 and 50c the jar. Vinol A abort time ago the officials of the town of Chautauqua instituted proceedings before Superintendent of the Poor, Charlee E. Dodge, to hive the Beardsley women and children declared legal resident* of the town of Westfield and that Westfield should be liable for their support. A hearing on a case was held last May in which Harlan L. Munson appeared for the Westfield town officials and Harry M. Young for Chautauqua. After the taking of the evidence Super- Intendent Dodge has filed with the county | clerk his report in which he finds that the Beardsley family had legal settlement in the town of Westfield. He reached this decision through the fact that after the Beardsley's had come to ihe town of Chautauqua and applied for assistance from the poormaster of Chautauqua, that the latter was directed by the poormaster I of Westfield and that the latter was directed by the poormaster of Westfield to pay for it. By so doing Chautauqua disclaimed any claim to these residents and in reality Westfield claimed them. Mr. Dodge also found that when in Westfield the officials of chat town did not charge back to the town of Portland or to the town of Steambnrg the expenses for their care as they might have done. It is claimed by the Westfield officials that the Beardsleys never gained a residence in this town, on account of never being in town a year without receiving assistance, but that they had gained a residence in the town of Chautauqua as they had been therein months without • receiving aid. The case will probably be appealed. Klenzo Tooth Brushes You ohoose from a sample lot of twelve kinds, and the one you get comes in a box of its own and has not been handled over. Price 25 and 35c each. Talcum Powders All the favorites: —Bouquet Janice 50c. —Djer-Kiss 85c. —Violet Dulce 25c. —Colgate's, six odors, regular size 15c., large 25c. —Trailing Arbutus and Carnation, each 15c. A bottle of Vinol will tone up your system and help you through the hot weather. $1.00 the bottle. Nyal's Catarrhal Balm Liquid Veneer Free on Friday a 25c L. V. Dust Cloth with each 50e bottle of Liquid Veneer. The 50c size conains three times the 25c size and you get the dust cloth free. Relieves at once Hay Fever, Catarrh of Nasal passages, cold in the head, etc. 25c the tube. Paint Brushes You can find a brush for all kinds of you in our stock. Look them over. Face Bags A new lot of small water bottles ?®ura'£'a» toothache, earache and f<ft the baby's stomach ache. Price 50 and 75c each. painting, at a price to sui Keep the Flies Off Your cows and you will get more milk. Dr. Hess' Fly Chaser is guaranteed to do the work or your money back for the empty can. $1.00 the gallon. Two New Ones F°,dlnug Kodak Junior» raPid rectilinear lens, ball t 7ctnet 2 1?* reversible finSer ior pictures & 1-2 x 4 1-4 inches. Weighs 28 ounces Th« frame is aluminum, covered with genuine leather. Price $11.00. ok x/ . brownie for pictures 15-8x2 1-2 inches rotarv shutter, meniscus lens, complete finder. Price $1.25. ' Hot Weather Specials We in Westfield, some of us have been I blinded so long as to our possibilities. Westfield we are sure, is rich in opportunities and all it needs is our push and development We have much here of which we may be proud. We are perhaps the best advertised town of our size in the entire country. We have schools, hotels, streets and homes that speak well for our fruit country, on two main line railroads. We have a natural resource in the medicinal properties of a black water, every whit of which is equal to any in this country. We hive a well lighted, well regulated village; full of merchants who are handling the best stock. We have much, and of it we are proud, but we want mom.; We want more people, more industries, more business, because they mean Communtiy prosperity. We are now, or should be proud of our village of Westfield, but we want to make Westfield a town and (who knows) perhaps a full fledged city. Opposition, destructive criticism and ridicule never built a town or anything else. Chicago grew because it said "I Will." Westfield is going to grow when we say "We Will." It is hoped that Mr. Casson's visit will mean much to Westfield's citizens. Belief in and enthusiasm for our little town is what is needed before any progress can be made. For Bugs Fly Time More milk and more profit to dairymen by using: Conkey's Fly Knocker, gallon cans $1.00. Half gallons 60c. Nit. Gallon cans 75c. Parke Davis Kreso Dip, gallons $1.25. You can keep cool in the Summer Clothing we have here for you. Your pleasure will be doubled by knowing that if they come from here "They will be Right." Magic Fluid, can 15c. Peterman's Discovery 15 & 25c. Corrosive Sublimate Solution pint 25c. Peterman's Roach Food 15c. Peterman's Ant Food 10c. Red Cedar Compound, pkg. 10c. White Trousers Palm Beacb Suits B. T. W. ntmt In all the Seasons latest Patterns The most sensible hot weather Suits ever invented. In severr.l attractive patterns You've often wished you could hear the old time plantation melodies and negro folk songs sung by those who know and feel them best. But you haven't had the opportunity to fulfill that wish, have you? We are going to make that opportunity for you. Just put down against July 7th in your engagement book these words: "Tuskegee Quartet." Y. M. C. A., and when the time comes be there. R T. W.T Oh, yes; why, that stands for Booker T. Washington, the founder of the school from which the Quartet comes. His name should be sufficient guarantee of excellence.$4.SO and $5.00 1| |g $7.50 Cool Underwear In all the light weights' in the various different makes of cool, loose fitting Unions Skeleton Coats In Alpacas, Mohairs and Serges in neat patterns $1.00, $1.50, $2 00 $1.50 to $4.00 We have a very complete line of Silver, Cut Children's Wash Suits A comfort to the parents as well as the children. Makes children look so charming. Summer Hats Glass, Clocks, and many other useful presents for Wedding Gifts. In all the latest straws. Light Weight Silks, White Linen, etc. Presbyterian Church. 50c to $2 00 50c to $5 00 Our stock is new and patterns are of the latest. Morning service at 10:30. The church will observe Children's Day. The Sunday school will attend church in a body. Sermon to the children. The rite of infant baptism will be administered immediately after the invocation. The offering is for home missions. Comfortable Summer Shirts In a variety of new patterns with collars attached, collars separate and collars reversible. Also the new Shirt Suits or Shirt Tails converted into Drawers. Prosperity only comes with agitation. There is an organized movement afoot now with the definite intention of booming Westfield. Our Business Men's Association is deserving of great praise for the splendid constructive work they are now | performing. The go-forward movement needs the backing of every citizen of Westfield. It is important that you be in full sympathy and active accord with the Bigger, Better Westfield idea. You surely will be and if the effort is attended without factional strife or sleepy disinterestedness, much good and profit will come to Westfield. We are always glad to show you. H. L. Ricker\brode 50c to $3.00 Sunday school convenes after the morning service to make out class records for the day. The League meets at 6:30. Evening service at 7:30. The pastor will speak on "National Perils." Evening offering for the church music. Mr. Phillips gives an organ recital at the close of the evening service. UP-TO-DATE FRUIT STORE I -ELOTR/ERSANa FURNISHERS WESTFIEL0, N.r in Price but high Quality for the Price" "Not high The church aid society meets Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Seymour on East Main street. We have opened an Up-to-Date Fruit Store at No. 25 North Portage street, opposite .Portage Inn, where will be found at all times the choicest and most select Fruits and Vegetables at most reasonable prices. Give us a call and be convinced Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Us. We Deliver. New Industry. Antony Militello has started a new industry in this town, which bids fair to grow into a fine business. He is manufacturing at his factory on Jefferson street cement flower boxes, vases and ornaments of all kinds, which are meeting with ready sale, he having received large orders from Pittsburgh and Cleveland. One of the finest of these urns can be seen in front of this office. Mr. Militello's many friends wish him abundant success in his new enterprise. Service Thursday evening at 7:30, with an appropriate topic. Mr. Strong's singing class meets on Tuesday evening. The Corner. Drug Store St. Paul's Bible class will have a picnic supper at Barcelona on Friday evening. On Wednesday, June 17th, at 3 o'clock, Mr. MacClelland will give a short talk to the grandmothers and aged freinds of the Mothers' Club at their place of meeting at the Y. W. C. A. Members of the church are invited to bring or invite some aged friend to enjoy the talk and program. At the close of the evening service Mrs. Harold T. F. Husted will play the first, and last movements of Franz Liszt Con- WESTFIELD FRUIT & PRODUCE CO. A RECENT ADDITION TO THE PYRAMID PEARL STREET WILLS Grandmothers' Day. On Wednesday, June 17th, one week from today, Grandmothers' Day will be celebrated by the Mothers' club. A ten minute talk will be given the guests of honor by Mr. MacClelland, followed by a program of music and recitation. All members are urged to seek out and invite some friend or acquaintance who is a grandmother, especially aged women vyho are not accustomed or able to go out very often. See that your guests get to the Association House in comfort Telephone Miss Shepard or Mrs. Thompson if a conveyance is needed. All members are urged to be present, arrayed in old fashioned costume if possible. If not, a kerchief around the neck and powdered hair will give the desired effect No member is exempt from doing her best to make this occasion beautiful, a fitting close of the year's work. line of quality goods is PORTO RICO BAY RUM in 12 oz. bottles at 60c. None better obtainable at any price. certo in E flat major. The second piano score will be taken on the organ. Let us show you our Field Seeds. Baptist Notes. STEARATE OF ZINC Seed Corn:— Bloody Butcher Iowa Gold Mine Imp* Pride of North Imp. Leaning. Sunday, June 14. Morning service at 10:30 o'clock. Special sermon for children. is a non-irritating Dusting Powder which when spread over inflamed or abraded skin surfaces brings speedy relief. Prevents chafing, itching and irritation. ' Sunday school at 12 o'clock. C. E. Society at 6:30 o'clock. Topic: How Employers and Employees Should Work Together. Cor. 3:22-25. Children's Day exercises at 7:30 o'clock. Regular prayer service at 7:30 o'clock. Topic: PrayerAilness of Jesus. FHday evening, at the home of Mrs. Inwood, the Potentia Sunday school class will hold its regular monthly meeting. Baked sale at the Sheldon hardware store Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. In convenient sifter top boxes, half ounce and ounce at 15 and 25c. CANADA FIELD PEAS—Mammoth, Alsike Clovers, Timothy, Millet and" Alfalfa, forget that w$ have a full line of quality goods. Medium and , and do not FOR SALE AT THE CORNER DRUG STORE Westfleld, New York. Linnaed Pharmacist in chars*. Coal, Flour, Cement, Shingles, Etc. Welch Grape Juice Co. Main ■trootf Thompeon, W —Jones Bros, and Wilson's shows are scheduled to appear ip Westfield on the afternoon and evening of Saturday. June 27th. Prompt delivery and satisfaction guaranteed. —There will be regular services at the German church next Sunday. The preaching will be in German. THE FAY-STOOLFER CO.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1914-06-10|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1914-06-10|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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