Westfield Republican, 1914-07-01
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*1 i.tie UegtMfr tejrablican VOL. LX. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., 'N. Y., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1914. No. 15 STRANGE TROLLEY ACCIDENT PEQLER & DAVIS CENTRAL DRUG STORE FOUTH OF JULY. LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. Trucks Jump from One Track to Boys' Races. the Other and Smash Pole. The following races will be held for boys on Saturday, July 4th, in conjunction with other sports taki'.g place that day: 1 Open 100-yd. championship for high school boys. 1st prize, $1; 2nd prize. 50c. A trolley accident took place at Cale and Douglass switch, June 22, when Chautauqua Traction Car No. 115, was going into the switch to pass a car coming in the opposite direction from Jamestown. As car No. 115 approached the switch the front trucks of the car followed the car in the usual manner, the rear trucks followed the track until they had passed one yard by the switch point when the rear truck jumped the rails and landed squarely upon the rails of the westbound track and before Motorman Benjamin Goodwin could apply the air brakes and stop the car the rear vestibule which projected far beyond the track, collided with a trolley pole shattering the pole and breaking it off and was also racking the vestibule. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m IS Main Street. 'Phone 8(J 33 Main Street. Night and emergency phone Now 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. Phone 2* Agents for Park & Tilford's Chocolates. Potato race. 25c. 1st prize, 50c; 2nd prize, Nyal'g Catarrhal Balm Thre«-!egged race, each. It relieves at once hay fever, catarrh, cold in the head, etc. Comes in handy ready-to-use tubes 25c each. One prize, 50c For the Fourth Back Your Fish Story Sack race. 25c. 1st prize, 50c; 2nd prize, A Thermos bottle for your picnic or auto trip. It will keep cold drinks cold for two days. Pints from $1.00 up. Quarts from $2.00 up. $1.00 Buys With a Kodak. Bring your vacation home to your friends. See the new Junior Folding Kodak, IA size, rapid rectiiineor lens, latest improvements at $11.00. Other cameras from f 1.00 up. One Perfection Safty Razor with 1 dozen blades, the best for the money. You can take one home and try it, if not satisfactory your money back. 100-yd. championship, boys under 12. 1st prize, 50c; 2nd prize, 25c. Wheelbarrow race. 1st prize only, 50c each. Dr. Hess* Panacea Jockey race. 50c each. All-fours race. 1st prize, 50c; 2nd prize, 25c. For tbe hens and young chicks. It keeps them healthy and makes the hens lay more eggs. Prevents gapes, roup, cholera, etc. in the chicks. Call and get a liberal sample and booklet. Sells at 25c; 60c and $1.25 the package. Conkey's Poultry Remedies Entries may be made on day of races. Are prepared by a Poultry specialist. Conkey's White Diarrhoea Remedy 25c Conkey's Gape Remedy kqc Conkey's Roup Remedy 25e Iwey'8 Mice pswd,er : 25c Lonkey s Noxicide for spraying poultry house; 1 qt makes 100 quarts of liquid, per quart 60c Conkey's Cholera Remedy ' 25c The motorman succeeded in stopping the car just as it brought up sidewise against the next pole. No one was injur* ed in the accident as the car was running very slowly. After the car was stopped it was lying across the track at an angle of about 45 degrees. The line car and crew from Jamestown were soon on the scene and set a new pole and repaired the damage done to the wires which was slight. After which car No. 115 backed upon the main track under its own power aud proceeded to Jamestown for repairs. Fourth of July Celebration. Kreso Dip The women's committee has arranged a program in honor of the Fourth and of the opening of the girls' recreation ground. The play director will be on the grounds, back of the grade school building at the regular hours, from 9 to 11:30 a. m. and from 2:30 to 5:30 p. m. There will be a special program of games and stories for the day. It should be used in stables and out buildings to disinfect and kill any odors. As a dip it kills lice and fleas of all kinds and also cures mange and other skin diseases, cuts, wounds, etc. 25c to $2.25. Salute the Fourth Lending Library [ Black Leaf "40" Summer visitors and others can j Tobacco Extract in stock for inthl Snl S hT )Ve fc secticide use. We are distributors the new books on the day of pub-! . , . . lication. New books by Gilbertj and c.an 8Upp,y m any quantity at Parker, Arnold Bennett, Owen j any t'me* This is the extract re- Johnson and Booth Tarkington commended by the experiment now in. stations for the grape hopper. At 4 o'clock, on the school grounds, will take place the parade of baby coaches and toddlers with their carts, doll carriages, velocipedes or other vehicles. Children from 3 to 6 may enter the toddlers' parade, and babies up to 3 years of age may enter the babies' parade. Prizes have been offered by the business men for the most prettily decorated carriage or cart in each parade. Children may be entered at the Y. W. C. A and all should be on the school ground by 3:45 o'clock. In a New Suit On a Long Hike! Italo A. Mantani, Frank Dehner, Bruno J. Mannori and William Ferreri, who are walking around the border of the United States, were in town Monday. They started from New York City Hall on April 15, 1914. going to Portland, Me., through the Atlantic Coast line, and now are on their way to San Francisco, CaL, on the Canadian border line. They each carry a knapsack that weighs from 30 to 37 pounds, and had a small dog with them. They have been walking 46 days and have covered 1227 miles. They expect to reach San Francisco next May, as they have to earn their living along the way. dn the return trip they will travel through the southwestern part of the United States. The trip will cover 14,000 miles and they expect to make it in 3 1-2 years. They will publish a book on their-experiences, and illustrate it with views along the route. Woulc! you want a safer, saner, longer lasting, lower costing celebration than spending the Fourth in one ol our new Conkey's Fly Knocker Kuppenheimer or Stadium Suits They tell of a man who went in early summer to his pastor and asked to have his name taken off the church records until fall. After some quizzing he told the preacher that no man ought to claim to be a church member and milk cows in fly time. This was probably before Conkey's Fly Knocker was produced. It really does keep flies off stock. Our old customers buy it year after year. Price in gallons $1.00. In half gallons 60 cents. Nothing flashy about the prices, $15.00 to $25.00 is the whole "NOISE." They're fabricked against i 'fizzles" and styled against "missfires " Boy's Suits $3.50 to $9.00 that stand the "Cannon" like "Bombardment" that the boys subiect f,iem to. Base Ball, Bat, Catcher's Mit or Fielder's Glove FREE with each suit of$5.00 or over. At 5 o'clock will occur the girls' athletic contests. Prizes have also been ofTerred for all of these events. At 6:45 a pageant of sisterhood will be given in the park. The hour is put early so that the pageant may be finished before dark. Great Ball Game. The first real game of base ball on the Welch field will occur at 2 p. m. on the Fourth of July. The business men of the village have challenged the Welch Grape Juice Co. to produce a ball team worthy of the name and the challenge has been accepted. It is true that there are some PEARL STREET WILLS Hot W eat Her Tonics Palm Beach Suits White Serge Trousers Silk or Straw Hats Gauze Weight Hosiery Westfield's Coolest Hall. has beens" on both sides, but some prac ticing has been done during the past two weeks and the "realest" game of base ball this town has seen in uiany a day will officially open the Welch field. Come and root for your favorites. Purina Poultry Feeds. Purina Scratch Feed. Puriua Chicken Chowder. "Co*. Purina says if Chicken Chowder won't make your hens lay they must be roosters." H. O. Baley Cracked Corn, Etc. Summer Coats Light Weight Underwear On these hot July nights we all want to find the coolest spot. Often, however, the cool place is dull and uninteresting. Come to the Y. M. C. A. hall on Tuesday next and be one of the crowd of coolest and best entertained people in West field. Bathing Suits Summer Ties " Shirts that are the very likeness of comfort." "Going Traveling" XU8.i„sehoo7 S Cases, Traveling Bags and Trunks we have at all prices. Presbyterian Notes. The Tuskegee Quartet comes to us with a countrywide reputation as entertainers of merit Picked men from a community of 2,000 persons, they have the honor and worth of the Tuskegee Institute to uphold. Press notices fully convince us that Tuskegee's reputation is safe in the hands of these, its representatives. Presbyterians and their friends have a special invitation to next Sunday's services. A patriotic sermon in the morning. During the evening service the pastor speaks on another of the national perils. An effort is under way to have everybody present. The offerings, as indicated on the calendar, will be taken. July 4th we want to celebrate with you and will close our mill for the day at 12 M. CANADA FIELD PEAS—Mammoth, Alsike Clovers, Timothy, Millet and Alfalfa, forget that we have a full line of quality goods. Medium and , and do not The old and worn negro melodies will receive new life and have more meaning for us when we hear them rendered by trained negro voices. ZLmmERSMta FURNISHERS The League does not meet again until September. Sunday school meets at the usual hour. Members are asked to be prompt An opportunity will be given to greet the new superintendent. Services at the usual time and place Thursday evening. Coal, Flour, Cement, Shingles, Etc. WE5TFIELD. N.Y Store closed July 4th from Moon until 6 30 p. m. Prompt delivery ancf satisfaction guaranteed. Remember the date, July 7th; the place, Y. M. C. A. hall; the time, 8 p. m.; the price, 25c. THE FAY-STOOLFER CO. Regarding 1914 Grape Contract. Mrs. Phillips' class was pleasantly entertained by Miss Loena Belden on last Friday evening. The Corner Drug Store It's Easy to Tell ~ J tures printed 0 by us and the home made kind. g The growers can not accept our offer of last year, viz.: in a signed statement we agreed to let the growers make our price for 1914 grapes. On last Wednesday evening Mrs. Reuting and Mrs. Phillips' classes of girls gave a fine supper on the shores of Lake Erie to the boys' classes taught by Miss Florance Hall, H. W. Thompson and J. E. Hall. It was a most enjoyable occasion. We do not think we could get our quantity of grapes on a definite contract price. We could get a part of the quantity, but it would be necessary to get the full quantity, signed up by growers and ourselves, in a contract that every one could be held to, whether other buyers paid more or less, whether the price of grapes was up or down, whether grapes were good or bad, and whether the crop was small or large. s $ NOTICE the clean, sharp lines of the object, the soft halt-tones and g last, but not least, the neat white margin around each picture. JJ Kidney Troubles On Friday afternoon the boys' classes taught by W. J. Randall and R. S. Blowers gave a supper at Hog's Back to the girls' class taught by Miss Cora House. It was the end of a contest, which was won by the girls. A pleasant time was enjoyed by all. | HIPWELL & ROGERS f Jg Successors to E. L. Kingan McEwen's Candy Kitchen § May Be Avoided kidpjdy ailment. It's a dangerous Do not neglect the slightest thing to do The rite of infant baptism was observed at the morning service last Sunday and the previous Sunday, four children being baptised. The functions of the kidneys are t matter from the blood. If the kidneys this duty, it means a poisonedlystem.. separate the poisonous waste are weak and unable to perforin We are ready to name a minimum price for 1914, and, early in a season when there is reason t j expect a full crop yf grapes ((>,000 cars), it may be of interest to the growers that our 1914 contract contains the following: UP-TO-DATE FRUIT STORE I The music Sunday was of a high order, and was furnished by a male quartet composed of Theo. Barker, Harold Thompson, Dr. Mudge and Prof. H. J. Hump- Dike's Kidney Pills We have opened an Up-to-Date Fruit Store at No. 25 North Portage street, opposite Portage Inn, where will be foumfat 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. • "and at no time durinp the season shall price below $35 per ton be named for Welch contract grapes.'' , | That there may be farther stimulus to j Farmerincrease the acreage of grapes, to our 191:5 He watered the horses and gave them h.,y growers who contract with us in 191-1 dur- fbe^d th,ern,down a °afe/'jl wa>': f* „ . * vjui ntl fe(l the chlcke,13 anij s|lut t|UMn Upt ing our regular contract term of July and And staited away with the collie pup August and who have set out new grapes | To bring the cows to the milking shed; in 1914 we will pay $5 per acre for the 1 And then he milked and the pigs be fed. new acteage. This will also be written in ' Then hi®JJjund °ne horSe waS CaSt the 1!)!5 contracts. The new acres maybe And he doctored another that had windnew grape land or replanting of old vine- gall; yards. Then he ffxed the pump ere he went in- June 24, 1914. „ ».u(^oor8"", , . , . t ... . out that wasn t work; it was only chores. The Welch Grape Juice Co. _ Farm JournSb help the kidneys do their work and see to it that it is done well. They are a kidney medicine. stone. 50c for a big box. Relief in every box. THE CORNER DRUG STORE WESTFIELD FRUIT & PRODUCE CO. , Westfield, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. —If you have real estate you want to sell or if you want to buy, call on me at my office or residence. H. A. Sturgis. Ma-27-tf Attention, Automobile Owners. Bird Lovers, Notice —Parties desiring to take auto trips anywhere can arrange for same by phoning Hotel Rumsey. Reasonable rates. Keep an account with your car. It pays to know. Haven't you wished many times for a book conveniently ruled with suitable headings to facilitate keeping a record of the cost of maintaining and running your car? Here it is. Send for it today SO cents, postpaid. Address, "Autocost," Box 126, Westfield, N. Y. All members of the Randolph Bird : Lovers Society are asked to bring their ! bird lists to an informal meeting at the I Hav„ „ V™, Z u v ii» o a ,!.• ur j j • —Have a nti You can have one in Y. W. C. A. this, Wednesday, evening at D 1 tk t on c *. * , , . j , Regal shoes. They are made in quarter 7:30. Every list is wanted in order that „■* . h- V. the count for this year may be completed amith & Nichots. as soon as possible. Read the Republican. Ma-27-4w —The entertainment to be given in the Y. M. C. A. hall on Tuesday, July 7th, by the Tuskegee Quartet will be one of high character and sterling worth. You be there. Admission, 25c. —At the coolest hall in West field, the Tuskegee Quartet in a rendition of negro melodies, plantation songs and readings. Y. M. G A. hall 8 p. m. July 7th. —D. K. Fox will collect your garbage if you notify him. —This section was visited by a fine rain Saturday and Sunday nights.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1914-07-01|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1914-07-01|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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