Westfield Republican, 1914-09-16
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ife Pestfielft ftqmbliran VOL. LX. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914. No. 26 PEG LER & ABANDONED STOLEN AUTO. RURAL CARRIERS. LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. DAVIS IS Youths Swiped Car in Cleveland Annual County Convention Was Held at Fredonia Labor Day— The Attendance Was Unusually Large, There Being Seventy Rural Carriers Present. ENTRAL DRUG STORE and Left It Here- A joy ride indulged in by four Cleveland youths came to a rather abrupt end early Sunday morning, when the car in which they were riding refused to travel on the railroad tracks a short distance east of here. The party had stopped in front of a house near Forsyth and created considerable disturbance with their loud talking and singing. Later they moved on, but instead of turning down the road steered the car down the railroad tracks. Tires blew up, the fender was broken, windshield smashed, spokes in two of the wheels were broken and one of the tires was lost completely. Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m 15 Main Street. 'Phone 80 33 Main Street. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calis at other hoars when necessary. Phone 2. Fredonia, Sept 8. - The semi-annual meeting of the Rural Letter Carriers' Association of Chautauqua county was held in the parlors of Firemen's Hall here Monday and was the largest meeting on record, 70 carriers being in attendance. The business session was held Ih the morning, in the afternoon a ball game was played, followed by a banquet at the Columbian hotel in the evening. Any Old Fountain Pen and a dollar buys our new $2.00 Self Filling Fountain, 14 Karet Gold Point, Iridium Tipped. Fully guaranteed. Good for school or office use. Olive Oil We havei not yet advanced the price though imports are getting short. French Olive Oil, pints, 50c. Pompeian Olive Oil in sealed pint cans, 50c. Only the Best The business session was opened by a cordial address of welcome by Dr. F. M. Evans, president of the village, which was responded to by Carrier Floyd J. Babcock, of Jamestown. Frank W. Winchester, of Jamestown, gave a number of musical selections as well as a number of recita- will do for any one whom you think enough of to give candy to. Your gift is judged not so much by quantity as by the thoughtfulness with which you make your selection, and the absolute standard for gifts in Confectionery is recognized by the better-class people as The car was run back of the basket factory, where the young men abandoned it and, it is thought, went to Westfield and boarded a train. The Egg Market Investigation by Deputy Sheriff C. E. Brown developed the fact that the car, a Cadillac, with an Ohio license tag No. 3162, had been stolen in Cleveland Saturday Will be 75 per cent, higher within three months and the Savers are are preserving eggs for later u?e. Use Silicate of Soda (Water Glass) one part to water nine parts. Some people boil the water but it is not necessary if pure water is used. Put the solution in a crock and drop in the eggs as procured. Must be fresh eggs, not soiled. Do not wash the eggs. Price of Water Glass, pint 15c, quart 25c, gallon 75c. One pint will preserve about S dozen eggs. tions. County President Roscoe W. White, of Fredonia, tfave a detailed report of the State convention held at Binghamton in July; County Secretary E. R. Parker gave a report of the condition of the organization in this county, and B. B. Bissell, of Jamestown, made a report on the national convention held in Washington, D. C., Aug. 9th to 14th. Belle Mead Sweets night. Empty whisky bottles in the car gave a clue to the reason for mistaking the railroad track for the public highway Rip- Bon Bons Chocolates ley Review The most delicious candy in the world. Audit of Town Accounts. Colgate Soaps As Little as $1.25 buys a Brownie Camera complete, good lens, finder, quick shutter and and simple to work. You also get a 50 cent Kodak monthly magazine free for a year with it. Let's show (NAME AND ADDRESS GO HERE) Please take notice that the Town Board of the Town of Westfield will meet in J. H. Prendergast's office at Westfield on Thursday, Sept. 24th, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of auditing accounts against the town. Any person having an account against the town is requested to present the same at that time. Hugh W. Thompson, Town Clerk. The ball game in the afternoon was between the North Side team, captained by Mr. Montgomery, of Silver Creek, and the South Sides, captained by Rufus Thornton, of Frewshurg. It was hard fought all the way, but the South Sides came off victorious by a 14 to 9 score. Colgate quality and generous size All-around Transparent Violet, INTEREST IN WAR NEWS STILL CONTINUES Rose and Bath, 10 cts. each, 3 for 25 cts. you. Following the serving of the banquet in the evening. President White acted as toastmayter. Village President Evans opened the toast-list with an interesting talk, which was responded to by President White. Willis D. Leet, County Superintendent of Highways, gave a fine talk along the line of good roads, while others who spoke were Louis McKinstry, owner and editor of the Fredonia Censor; Mr. Liphouser, postmaster at Clymer; 0. M. Grubb, postmaster at Kennedy; W. E. Clark, postmaster at Fredonia, and District Attorney Wm. S. Stearns. Congressman Charles M. Hamilton was to have been present, but sent a letter stating that he would be unable to attend. A FALL SUIT FEAST. Catching Big Muscallonge. In the past few days there have been several large catches of muscallonge at the head of Chautauqua Lake. Among the lucky fishermen are: Benjamin Peterson, William Whallon, Orlo Bright and Richard Himes. The Man who is interested in Good Clothes should be "considering'! about now. and so does the Enthusiasm It's high time, and early buyers always secure the best plums. We've a regular Suit Feast of choice and exclusive styles. of the Men and Young Men A Rare Treat. May We Show Yovi? who have made this their On Sunday evening, September 20th, at 7:30, at the Presbyterian church, a double quartet will give Maunders' sacred cantata, "From Olivet to Calvary." The regular male quartet, consisting of Messrs. Thompson, Barker, Mudge and Humpstone. will be assisted by Mrs. Carroll, Miss Porter, of Ripley, Miss Goettel, Miss Pauline Wratten and Mr. Harold Cooper, of Buffalo. This will be the last service at which the male quartet will sing this fall, as Mr. Harold Thompson, who has been in charge, will return to Harvard next week. Mr. Humpstone will conduct. AU are most cordially invited. There will also be special music at the morning service. Clothing Headparters We have the best Suits, made by the Best Makers we know anything about. It would take miles of talk to do them justice. Compare our Suits with any to be had anywhere—garment for garment—fabric for fabric. Then compare prices. Do this and you will certainly buy your Fall Suit here Suits ready to wear $12.00, $14.00, $15.00, $18.00 up to $23.50. Our display of new New Fall Suits, Balmacaans and Overcoats of IKUPPENHEIMER & STADIUM Make Ball Game. Teere was a good game of ball at the Welch Field on Saturday afternoon between the Chamber of Commerce team, of Erie, and the Y. M. C. A. team of this place, and Erie won by the score of 9 to 5. Suits made to measure $18.00, $20.00, $23.00, $25.00 up to $40.00. On next Ssturday the Prospects of Jamestown will be here for a game with the Y. M. C. A. team, and as the boys are in the hole financially all patriotic citizens are askek to turn out and witness a good game and give our boys a "boost" financially. Don't misa this game as it is the last of the series. Come and crowd the grand stand and give the boys loyal support. They need the help I Don't fail them. w. H. THOMPSON This store is the home of Hart. Schaffner & Marx Clothes SiaiiaBtomiJ ■ far exce' any ormer season's exhibit. | 5e pleased to show them to Our Knapp Felt Hats are easily tbelcASOFS LEADERS. Have you seen them? Schwartz—Freling. A beautiful wedding was solemnized Wednesday evening, September 9, 1914, at the home and Mrs. Elvin Freling, when their daughter, Emma, was married to Mr. Warner Schwartz. The Rev. L. Miller performed the ceremony before a bank of palms and pink and white asters. Beautiful flowers and decorations adorned the house throughout PreiidergaBt'&lDoiiglaB General Insurance and Surety Bonds SKSS Mrs. Martha Peabody. Mrs. Martha Peabody, wife of A. S. Peabody, died at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday morning after a long illness, agedC/hearly 70 years. Three years ago iasr May Mrs. Peabody suffered a stroke of paralysis which completely paralyzed one side and last week she suffered another stroke, resulting in her death. Mr. Fruit Grower: Something New. InsuranceilAgainstlHail. If you have ever lost a crop by hail, now is your chance to get even. Insure against the act of God. ft Call us on phone, or see us and get rates and particulars. For Ladies and Men—Girls and Boys our line of Sweater Coats and Mackinaws offers some exceptionally fine numbezs. All Prices The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a gown of white, and carried pink and white asters. The bridesmaid. Miss Minnie Freling, wore pink. Mr. Winifred Schwartz, of New York, was groomsman. Not Hijfh Priced, but High Quality for the Price. Mrs. Martha Park Peabody was born in Sherman Sept. 29, 1844, and in 1868 was united in marriage to A. S. Peabody, who survives, together with two children— Mrs. Frank Wolfe, of Westfield, and Miss Bertha, at home. Mr. Employer: We write Employer's Liability in the two best Companies doing business. The Aetna and Traveller's, you know them both and know they are the Best. Following the ceremony a supper was served, covers being laid for twelve at the bride's table, which was handsomely decorated. Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz have gone on an eastern trip. They have the well wishes of their many friends and neighbors.Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the late home ol the deceased on West Main street, in charge of the Rev. R. G. Hildred. Interment was in East Ripley cemetery.—Ripley Review. You must Have Insurance after July 1st. LLDTHIFRSANa FURNISHERS WE5TFIELD. N.Y Prendergast & Dougrlas The office force of the B. & L. E. presented the young couple with a very useful present in the shape of a kitchen cabinet. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Corner Drug: Store Rev. E. C. Delaplain occupied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor, Rev. G. L. MacClelland, who was called to Port Henry Thursday by the death of his sister. His subject was, "Growth," and it was handled in a practical and instructive manner and greatly enjoyed by all present. There was special music by the male quartet, and an exceptionally fine bass solo by Prof. Humpstone, which added greatly to the service. There was no evening service. WESTFIELD, N. Y. To Whom it May Concern. I wish to announce that I have been fortunate enough to get on a circuit connected with the Mutual Film Service, for my "New Theatre" on Market Street. This : is a treat that Westfield people will appreciate when they have the privilege of seeing such players as Hobart Henley, Walter Miller, Carol Halloway, William Farersham, Anita Stewart, "Helen-The Kute Kiddie," Stella Razeto. Ethel Lloyd, Audrey Berry -"Child Player," Billy Quirk~"Boy Comic," Claire Whitney, Olga Treskofi', This Service begins Tuesday Evening of this week. Remember in this service you see nothing over over 11 to 20 days old which is something phenomenal, as the usual age of "Releases" for small towns is from 50 to 100 days. There will be 5 Reels each evening instead of 3. All seats 5c except on Saturday Evening when there will be Special Features an admission of 10 cents will be charged. PEARL STREET WILLS Cold weather is approaching with its attendant disorders A GOOD Purina Poultry Feeds. Purina Scratch Feed. Purina Chicken Chowder. . "Col. Purina says if Chicken Chowder won't make your hens lay they must be roosters." II. O- Baby Cracked Corn, Etc. Hot Water Bottle The communion service which was to have been held last Sunday, was postponed until next Sunday morning, Sept. 20th. Sunday School following the morning service. Rally Day will occur Sept. 27th. The regular meeting of the church Aid will be held at Mrs. M. D. Tennant's on Thursday afternoon. is almost indispensible. We have a full stock of these and other Rubber Goods and CANADA FIELD -PEAS—Mammoth, Alsike Clovers, Timothy, Millet and Alfalfa, forget that we have a full line of quality good's. Medium and and do not Prices Have Not Advanced The regular prayer meeting will be held on Thursday evening. There will be a meeting of the session after the service. and will not be adyanced while the present stock lasts. Coal, Flour, Cement, Shingles, Etc. On next Sunday evening the double quartet, assisted by Harold Cooper, will give Maunder's.1 sacred cantata, "From Olivet to Calvary." The public is cordially invited. Prompt delivery and satisfaction guaranteed. THE CORNER DRUG STORE. Ford Sterling, the popular Screen Comedian, will be seen in one reel, nearly every evening. H. A. STURGIS. THE FAY-STOOLFER CO. Westfleld, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1914-09-16|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1914-09-16|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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