Westfield Republican, 1914-07-29
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ifa IBfstfidft ficpublirait VOL. LX. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914. No. 19 SPECIAL ELECTION TWO BALL GAMES. LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. PEQLER & DAVIS CENTRAL DRUG STORE Tbe Proposition to Improve the Electric Light Plant Was Carried by a Large Majority. On Last Saturday Afternoon Our Base Ball Fans Were Treated to Two Games. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m 2%*3sss£& A special election was held Saturday, July 25th, 1914, at Firemen's Hall. The Board of Trustees met on the above day at 12 o'clock noon, at which time polls were opened for the purpose of voting on the following proposition: Our people are waking up and taking an interest in the National game. On last Saturday afternoon two games were played on the Welch field. The first one was called shortly after 1 o'clock and was between the Lincoln class of the Methodist Sunday School and the St. Pauls of the Presbyterian Sunday School. They played seven innings and the St. Pauls won by the score of 3 to 2. it was a good game. 33 Main Street. , Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hoars when necessary. IS Main Street 'Phone 80 Phone 2» Agents for Park & Tilford's Chocolates. Nyals' Corn Remover It's a liquid easily applied, takes out the soreness at once and removes the corn after a faw applications. 15c the bottle. At the Fountain Grape Fruit Special—a solid drink, made from grape fruit. Those who like the bitterish tang of this fruit will like the new drink and wonder why no one thought of it before. 5c a glass. For Best Pictures Shall the Village of Westlield. N. Y., at a maximum cost of $7,100 install new machinery and equipment and make repairs in, to and on the electric light plant and system? Use Eastman Kodak films in Eastman Kodaks. Cost no more than imitations. We have both the regular and extra rapid films, and get them fresh every week. Bath Soaps Wm. Waltke's Olive and Palm Oil Soap and Eucalyptol and Peroxide Soap, 10c cake, 3 for 25c. Colgate's big bath 10c cake, 3 for 25c. Jugens Rose Glycerine 10c, 3 for 25c. .Jugens Coco-Oil Soap 5c cake, 6 for 25c. The polls were closed at 4 o'clock p. m. There were 174 ballots cast, of which 135 were For, and 31 were Against, and 8 blank. This was followed by a game between the regular home team and the Mayville team. Our boys have been practicing and their work showed it. both at bat and in the field, and they won easily by the score of 20 to 5. There was a good crowd and the game was greatly enjoyed. One of the features of the game was the coaching ot Chattes Ohm. He also pitched a good game. All our men had their batting togs on. Peterman's Ant Food We hereby certify that the above is a true statement of the result of this Special Community Linen It drives the ants out of the house at once. Sprinkle around where they frequent and they soon disappear. 25c the package. Dr. Hess' Fly Cl&aser Election A fine linen paper, each sheet printed and embossed "Westfield, New York" from an engraved plate. Price box of 24 sheets and 24 envelopes 25 cents. Engraved correspondence cards with envelopes same price. [Signed] D. K. Falvay, President J. J. Hatsell, H. W. Gibbs, S. F. Nixon, J. W. Backman, Every package is guaranteed to keep your money is refunded for the empty can. the flies off your stock or Si.00 the gallon. There will also be two games next Saturday. The St. Pauls will play the second Poitland team and the Polish National, of Dunkirk, who played here July 11th, will be here again to cross bats with our boys, and we believe the result will be somewhat different. Our people should turn out next Saturday and give our] team a record breaking crowd and help them win. Don't fail to come out and "root." Our boys are playing good ball. Black Leaf 4,40" Trustees. ! Cold Cream TR.CE MARK SeffD ISO# S« tD.V.RRIQC aCCK • J. A. P-ley, Clerk. Tobacco Extract for the grape Colgate's 10 and 25c. leaf hopper must he used at once io'et u'ce and 50c. to he effective. Don't delay if vou & Ilamstiell'a 10. 25• - ana oUc. intend to use it. Uexa„ 10 and 26c. And all the other favorites. Man Killed. Dominic Carene, employed as a concrete mixer on the Nickel Plate near Minton's Crossing, was killed on Saturday forenoon. He attempted to cross in front of a freight train and was hit by an engine, fracturing his sku'l and killing him almost instantly. His home was in Buffalo and the remains were shipped there Sunday morning. He was 47 years of age. If you want your pick of the prettiest line of Autumn and Winter woolens Ed. V. Price & Co. and the House of Kuppenheimer ever sent out, at a price you will like, be sure and An opportunity is now given to all those who wish to contribute toward the fund now being raised for a grandstand for the athletic field. A. P. Jeffery, our furniture dealer, now is around with a paper, and he will gladly put you down for any sum —large or small—if you let him know by telephone or by calling at his place of business. Now is your opportunity to helplalongl a worthy cause and promote good, clean sport for Westfield. AWNINGS A New Theater. Awnings Si.50 and up. Having purchased what is known as the Market Street Theater, I wish to announce that work will bp begun at once to build on an addition, making it 20 feet longer, dome roof, with sky ventilation, new heating apparatus, in fact, everything to make it one of the finest and most up-to-date places of the kind in the State. I have 18 3-foot Awnings at Si.50 left. Ten 9 1-2 by 12 Tents, all new at COWWOKT I* $14.00 Some Snake. Select the Pattern While gathering eggs last Saturday, William Ottaway put his hand into a nest for eggs and took hold of a black snake which had coiled up in the nest. The snake was killed and measured 5 feet 4 inches in length. One 9 by 12 used Tent, at $9.00. for your Clothes Mr. W. J. Carroll, of New York City, who has had years of experience in the business and knows all the latest "fads and fancies" along those lines, including high class and clean vaudeville, will have management of the same. Date of opening and fuller particulars will be announced G. S. CARPENTER Today Cor. Clinton and Franklin Sts. ARMY WORMS Specify the delivery date that suits your later. Hugh A. SruRGis. They Are Here in Great Numbers and Doing Great Harm. PEARL STREET MILLS own convenience, but The Randolph Bird Club The committee has completed the looking over of all the bird lists which have so far been handed in. Only twenty of those who have been identifying the birds returned their papers. A last appeal is made to all those who will to send theirs The army worm pest is here ana great damage is now being done by it. Whole fields of corn and oats in the south part of the town are being devoured by these pests. One farmer told us Monday evening that his loss would be fully $500, from the loss of his corn and oat crops. It is hard for a man to stand by and see his crops destroyed and not be able to prevent it. The loss to the farmers in this town from this pest will be a heavy one, reaching into thousands of dollars. have us send in your the Purina Poultry Feeds. Purina Scratch Peed. Purina Chicken Chowder. "Cot. Purina says if Chicken Chowder won't make your hens lay they must be roosters." H. O. Baley Cracked Corn, Etc. measure before rush season begins. in at once. That's the best way So far the report of the kinds of birds seen in this locality numbers 163. Last year there were 170 identified. Considering the fact that while the warblers wen; here the weather was so stormy as to greatly hinder observations, the result of this year's efforts is very satisfactory. to buy clothes. 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 HAROLD ALLEN DROWNED. Coal, Flour, Cement, Shingles, Etc. Mrs. P. H. Stewart stands first on the list with the record of having identified 96 birds, and Harold Mossman is second with 94 birds.' Son of North East Minister Started to Swim to Ruins of Burned Boat. Prompt delivery an<f satisfaction guaranteed. CLOTHIERS Am, FURNISHERS WESTFJELO, ff.K THE FAY-ST00LFER CO. Presbyterian Church. Harold Allen, the 18-year-old son of Rev. Mr. Allen, the Baptist minister of North East, Fa., was drowned while bathing in Lake Erie Monday morning, June 20th, 1914. Rev. George L. MacClelland preached two fine sermons last Sunday and left early Monday morning for Port Henry, where he and Mrs. MacClelland will spend the month of August The Corner Drug Store Everybody is Interested Young Allen and his cousin, Arthur Blank, of Hornell, aged 10 years, came to Ripley on their bicycles and soon after their arrival went in swimming. The Allen boy started to swim to the ruins of a burned boat some distance from the shore. He was about half way out when he cried for help. He soon went down. His young companion was apparently too frightened to summon assistance, for instead of notifying anyone on shore he donned his clothes and rode back to North East to tell his relatives what had William Welch took the place of Theo. Barker in the male quartet last Sunday, Mr. Barker being away on a vacation, and the special music was greatly enjoyed. In the morning, beside the anthem, Harold Thompson sang a fine offertory solo, entitled, "Blest are the Pure in Heart," by Huhn. At the evening service Prof. H. J Humpstone and Harold Thompson sang a fine duet, entitled, "Thy Peace, 0 Lord," by Nerdlinger. Just in From in the new Bakery because they can find PHILADELPHIA something good to Eat there. This Bakery opened for business 011 Wednesday morning, July 15th, with a complete line of Bakeds. Call and inspect our prices. Our Motto is: "Pure Food for Pure People." Give us atrial and you will be pleased. The proof of the pudding is] in the eating. Remember the date July loth, and the place, 49 Main Street, where you can be supplied with first-class baked goods of all descriptions. The "Sampler" At the opening of the Sunday School. 0. A Jones, the retiring superintendent A pound package containg a large variety of the finest Chocolates. Sells for a dollar. happened who has served the school faithfully for the past six years, was presented with a fine chair. Mr. Randall, in a brief, but appropriate address, spoke of the excellent work done by Mr. Jones, and what pleasure it afforded him in behalf of those interested in the work to show their appreciation of Mr. Jones' efforts by presenting him with this chair. Although Mr. Jones was taken completely by stirprise, he was equal to the occasion, and in a few well chosen words expressed hi.s appreciation of the gift. The Blank boy, with his mother, was visiting the Aliens at their home in North East. " Assorted Milk Chocolate " A dollar box contains 20 ounces It was only a week ago jthat another drowning was just averted at the same place. A. J. Baker, who was fishing, in some manner fell out of his boat. Congressman Charles M. Hamilton and George H. Bennett, were fishing nearby. They went to the assistance of Baker, who had Another fine grade Chocolates or Confections. Pounds and half ■pounds at 80c and 40c. "Old Time Favorites" A pleasing assortment containing no chocolates, 60c pound. All are of the well-known "Whitman" manufacturer. gone down for the second time, and rescued him. TH£ corner drug store The regular weekly prayer meeting will be held on Thursday evening. All are invited. Railroader Killed. F. GERTH Westfleld, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. Heniy Yorke 24 years old, of this place, was run over and instantly killed at Angola Monday afternoon, July 20. York was employed in setting new automatic signal lights on switches for the Lgke Shore. In boarding a freight train to return home he slipped and fell beneath the wheels. The funeral was held at bis late home in North Portage street Wednesday afternoon. Rev. C. E. Lapp, Ph D.,of Cincinnati. 0., will preach at the church next Sunduy morning. He is a brother of Rev. H. I. Lapp, pastor of the Baptist church of this place. There will be no evening service. The retirement of Thomas Carmodv, attorney general of this state, on the first of September, as he announces he will do, will remove one of the most able and conscientious members of the present staff of state officers from the public service. Mr. Carmody is a good lawyer, a hard-working and an earnest member of the official family of the Empire state — Ex. 4g Main Street Notice. Bills payable at]this office between 9:30 and 12 a. m.; 1:30 and 4 p. m, When calling out of town, please ask for toll operator. Westfield Telephone Co. Dancing: at Sylvan Park. There will be dancing every Wednesday and Saturday nights. Special rates. —The Baptist Sunday School had a very enjoyable day's outing at Sylvan Park last Friday. There was a good attendance. —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 Read the Republican.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1914-07-29|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1914-07-29|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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