Westfield Republican, 1914-12-09
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mt UJcstficlii totiblican VOL. LX. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1914. No. 38 PEGLER & DAVIS CENTRAL DRUG STORE A CHANGE IN DATE. TOWN BOARD MEETING. LAMB & COWAN, C. & L. E. Fruit Growers' Asso- A Regular Meeting of the Board ciation Hold Annual Meeting at Was Held on Friday Afternoon, Brocton December 19th. i December 4th, 1914. i Owing to the fact that the date of the A regular meeting of the Town Board annual meeting of the Chautauqua & was held at the office of J. H. Prendergast Lake Erie Fruit Growers' Association on Friday afternoon, Dec. 4th, 1914, at 2 comes on Dec. 12th, only one day after o'clock. There were present: Supervisor the annual apple show and the close of W. H. Thompson, Justices Benj. Breads, the Pomona grange meeting at Fredonia, J- H. Prendergast, William Russell and it has been thought best to postpone the M. D. Tennant. meeting of the Fruit Growers' Association A number of bills for election expenses one week. Arrangements will be made, were presented and approved. therefore, to hold this event at Brocton, The Supervisor made a report of the N. Y., on Saturday, Dec. 19th, with a fore-, highway monies for the year 1914. noon session devoted to reports of the ! On motion adjourned. year's business, and a public meeting in ' H. W. Thompson, Clerk, the afternoon, at which some prominent horticulturist will make an address. THE DRUGGISTS. m SOU ?Re<xa£&j Jftuv Open Sundays from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m 15 Main Street. 'Phone 80 Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only We answer phone calis at other hours when necessary. 33 Main Street. STATIONERY. of Phone 2. Eaton, Crane and Pikes Linen Lawn, and Highland Linen, the best writing paper in boxes at 25, 35, 50, 75 and $1.00. BOOKS. SHOP EARLY AT THE REXALL STORE. WHITE IVORY GOODS STATIONERY. Large line of 50c reprin* Copy-right books, shortly out of the higher priced'editions such as the Harvester. Stories of Yale, The Broad Highway, The Street Called Straight and Others. Three piece Toilet §410 and S4.75. Sets S3.75, Initial paper, box 25,35 & 45c. Three letter Monogram, any 3 letters in gold, silver, or color, per box 75c, regular value $1.25 each. Highland Linen, white or tints, a box 25c. Military brushes, pair $2.50. Manicure buffers 50c. THERMOS BOTTLES. Everyone who carries their lunsi shoj'd hive a Thermos bottle to keep the tea or coffee hot. Pints in nickle cases $1.59. Qts $2.50. Music Week President D. K. Falvay and the executive committee are now at work on the details of the program, and a further announcement vtill be made in a few days. This at the New Theater: A special program ot songs and music has been arranged for every night, including selections by a 7-piece orchestra, composed ol the following well known players: Ed. Anderson —Cornet. Thos. Reynolds —Violin. Thos. Usborn —Trombone. Claude Fenner—Clarionet. Walter Beckman—Flute. Lindsay Rickenbrode—Drums. Frames 25, 35, 50 and 75c Symphony Lawn, bx 40, 45 & 50c Fancy box paper 25c to $2. CALENDARS. Vanity boxes 20 and 25c Dodge Art Calendars make splendid gifts for C ristrms. The Business Mans Calendar and several other good numbers 25o, Auction 8ridge Calendar 50c, the Henry Van Dyke Calendar 50c. Rubaiyat Calendar $2 25. QUALITY CARDS. A KODAK SURE. Some preliminary figures which have been gathered indicate that the grape crop of 1914 totaled in the close vicinity of 6.500 carloads and at the uniform prices secured during the season probably totaled over two and a quarter million dollars. Quality cards Jforj'quality folks, New Autographic Style, can be dated and titled at time of exposure —Price $13 & $22 50. DRUGS. artistic with bright sayings to fit Your Drug Wants receive our finest attention. Bring want list and let us feel it out. any place you may have. 5, 10, 15 and 25c each. Greeting cards for your] Masonic Oddfellow or Elk brothers, each 10 Price 3, Folding Kodak No. 1 .Junior 7.50 Vest Pocket Kodak, reg. $6.00 with anastigmat lens $10.00. Help the Seniors. Mrs. Carroll—Piano. The Seniors will give another of their popular bake goods sale on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Ames &. Waterman grocery. Don't miss it. A half hour of music will be given each night, beginning at 6:45, before the regular program, which begins at 7:15. Make His Christmas Cheerful and Your Own Too. cents To those who already have Kodaks give Albums. Developing Outfits, Enlarging Cameras, Tripods, Portrait Greeting cards with blank space, for your name to be printed, from your plate or with type, 5 & 10c While We All Appreciate Admission, 10c. Children, under 10 years, 5c Guild Bazaar. St. Peter's Guild will hold their annual bazaar on Thursday and Friday afternoon and evening, Dec. 10th and 11th, at Motor Inn Rest Roam. A great variety of fancy work, all styles of aprons, handsome rugs, both ingrain and rag, and other articles too numerous to mention. Also baked goods and home made candy on sale. Do not overlook the "Parcel Post Package Sale" at the bazaar. These packages are sent by our friends from all parts of the United States and have a 25c value in them. We sell them for that price just as they were mailed to us. Bazaar sale opens at 2 o'clock. Y. W. C. A. NOTES. Leather Carriyng Cases, Lens Attachments. Christmas Program. each. Printing extra. Christmas Gifts Sunday 13, The wolf of Gubbic told by Miss Espy; Tuesday 15th, The hanging of the Greens: Wednesday 16, Mother's Club program. The Christmas spirit; Friday 18, Junior cantata, Christmas with the Old Woman who lives in a shoe. Saturday 19, Mayas Das party for Italian girls; Sunday 20, Christmas Vespers for older girls and boy;Tuesday 22, Junior Christmas Tree for the birds; Thursday 24, Christmas Carols; Friday 25; Seven o'clock morning FOR MEN. THE NEW BOOKS Kves of the world, by Harold Bell Wright SI.35. Vest Pocket hair brush and comb in leather case $1.00. Colgate's and Williams T o i 1 e I combination, boxed 50c. Diaries for 1915, all sizes. Box Paper, large size, linen or bond paper, box 50c. Story of .Marco, by Pollvanna $1.00. author of ' A man appreciates the Practical Gifts most. AS usual we have stocked our store with "Best that the Markets" afford, our prices always appeal to the thrifty buyers. A visit to our store will convince you that we have carried out Wall of Partition, by author of the Rosary The Lost Boy—Van Dyne 50c. service. Christmas must be the most wonderful part of the association year. Every club ! is already at work trying to live up to "all the great starry beautiful chance of it." The mothers held their all day sewing last Thursday and with machines awhirring and fingers flying they piled up stacks of fleecy blankets and tiny garments tor the little unprovided babies at Ellis Island. Yo No Se was as busy last Tuesday night making the cunning little rag dolls that are to be sent to the contagions ward of a children's hospital. The younger girls are making packages for their Iudian friends at Grass Lodge, Montana. A GOOD FOUNTAIN PEN PRACTICAL GIFTS. The Christmas Spirit Westfield Wins Again. Playing close to their opponent's lead and winding up with a whirlwind finish, Westfield took the second game of the schedule from the Audie Cadets Saturday evening. When the whistle blew score was tied at 26 points. Half a minute later Schwartz made a pretty toss, clinching the game. Final score, 28 to 26. It was an interesting contest to the large crowd that turned out to root for Westfield, for the teams were never more than three points apart throughout the game. At half-time they led us 14-13, through the shooting of the yoang "phe- is always acceptable. We have sold the Boston Safety for years with great satisfaction. We will exchange after Christmas any pen that does fit not receivers hand price $2.50. Thermos Bottles $1.00 up- Safe ty Razors $1.00 up. Water Bottles $1.00 to YOU can find here just the Right Gift for Father, Brother, Son, Grandfather, or friend at any price you may want to spend. $1.50. Self Filling Boston pens $3.00. Fountain pens of other makes 75c up Pencil Sets 10, 25, 50c. Writing Portfolios 50c. "Make this a Pratical Christmas" REDUCED TO 50c. CALENDARS. Calendars of Luncheons, Salads, Big Christmas Reduction Sale We have over 400 titles i n reprint HARVESTER CpOr^CENE^-^nfl /V STBATTON- MEj I PORTER m books, originally $1.25 to $1.50, now sold at 50c. We will exchange any book that is duplicated. New titles are: Dinners, Deserts Each one con- nom," Sullivan, who scored 22 of their 26 points. Morgenstern showed good headwork in his passing and blocking, while Schwartz gave a very pretty exhibition of clean shooting. Wantshouse played good ball in the second half, tossing three baskets in succession, the last of which was not only spectacular but pushed Westfield into the lead. The teau showed good form and well warranted the crowd's The Wolf of Gubbio which is to be told Sundayjs a wonderfully beautiful.Christmas story of St. Francis and the wolf. There will be special music at the service, The Hanging of the greens is a new old festival. This occasion is for everybody who will come. Only everybody is expected to bring something which can go in the Christmas boxes, ribbonsj toys, clothing, everything can be used. If tains a recipe for every day in the Men's & Boys' Overcoats vear Dodge's friendship, cheer, business men's, large 25c, small 20c. Anne of Green Gables, Old Rose and Silver, Seven Keys to Bald plate, Queed Quo Vadis, Harvester, Call of the Cum- Commencing Saturday Dec. 12th Busy Man's calendars 15c. Calendar of smiles 15c. Kewpie cut out calendar 5c. WE place on sale our entire stock Men's and Boys' up-to date Overcoats at remarkably low prices. We have never before made a reduction of prices at this time of the year, but we are going to be "Pratical" this year and give you an opportunity to buy now at a "Big Saving." Buy Yourself and the Boys onQ and you have a gift that will long be appreciated. tar I land. Rise of Roscoe 'aine. statement to be on band this Friday evening with the Jamestown Spirals. The team is working hard to keep Westfield's name to the fore, and the best way to help them is to turn out and give them a boost. First the Yule-log will be lighted, it will be a very small one, but it will be lighted with ceremony and a splinter saved for lighting next year's log. Then everybody will be put to work. There will be corn to pop. wreaths to make.boxes to All and last The Corner Drug Store will The stock contains the best of Domestic and Foreign Fabrics in the latest styles and patterns of Kuppenheimer and Stadium makes. "Store Closed all.Day Christmas" Don't forget Fred Jones' remarks concerning the game with the Orioles (formerly Germans), world's champions, on New Year's Eve. Tickets for reserved seats in the gallery, price 50c, and a few general admission on the floor at 35c will be on sale at Lamb & Cowan's, Franklin's News Store, and Overton &. Hall's. As the capacity of the gymnasium won't begin to take care of those who are intending to see the game, get your ticket now. Line-up of last Saturday's game: Audie Cadets. .Jordan stitches to be taken. When the work is done, someone will sing Silent Night and the best and biggest wreath will be hung in the big window, the Christmas candle ltglited and placed to shine through it as a token .that the Christ Child ,will be a welcome guest. Finally will come the Hanging of the greens. In the center of the room, the greens will be heaped on a table and to the music of "0 come all ye faithful, a line is formed and each takes a sprig and places it in decoration as she marches and the hou3e will be ready for the Christinas spirit. Christinas Gifts ma4tmc$zc&fic. CAN be found here in greater variety I ever before. "We have specially line of than good Bisons. Peck LLDTHIERSand furnishers WESTFIELO.N.Y. ,r f Schwartz Wantshouse. Morgenstern Hatsell .1 f Sullivan The Mother's Club meeting this month c Murphy is not for children as has been the custom rg Driscoll but for the mothers to inspire them with Ig Hughes, Straub the true spirit of the day in their own Perfumes and Toilet Water Field goals— Suilivan, 8; Schwartz, 4: Wantshouse, 4; Morgenstern, 2; Hatsell, 1; Peck. 1; Murphy, 1; Hughes, 1. Free throws—Sullivan, 6; Schwartz, 3; Peck, 1. homes. Mrs, A. E. Skinner will have charge of the program which will open at three o'clock. will be a story, Christmas music and pictures. The program is planned to inspire each mother In spite of the difficulty 'of obtaining items of foreign manufacture we are still showing the same goods as formerly, and at the same No Worry About a Receipt "VTOU need have no anxiety when you pay by check, as it assures the most positive form of receipt. It is also the safest and most convenient way of settlement. Checking Accounts, large or small, are invited. many- prices. to make Christmas day in her home, a holy day. The Junior cantata Friday night of that week is for the benefit of the Summer Conference fund, and admission will be 10c. Mothers' Club. Domestic manufacturers are efforts this year, with the result attractive packages are shown, making special At Thanksgiving time the Mothers' Club sent, to the following places, gifts that must have helped many people to have a happier Thanksgiving: To the District Nurses' Association, 8 20 pound baskets of apples; to the Children's Ward of the General Hospital, at Buffalo, a large box of flowers; to Miss Remington's Mission the following gifts were sent—1 barrel apples, 5 20-pound baskets of apples, 1 20-pound basket of tomatoes, 1 crate of flowers and a box of flowers; to the Crippled Children's Guild, a barrel of apples, 4 20-pound baskets of apples, 3 baskets of grapes and a box of flowers, all of which must have made some little lives a little more sunshiny. that some very No matter by manufactured, you here. whom youi are almost r favorite odor is certain to find it —Fred C. Russell was badly bruised Sunday evening, Nov. 26th, when the horse which he was driving ran away. As he was crossing the viaduct one of the shafts came down and bumped against the horse's legs, causing it to become frightened. It ran down East Main street and did not stop until it ran up onto the veranda at the Mrs. A. J. Flygare home. Russell was thrown out and dragged nearly twenty rods, but he clung to the reins until the horse stopped amid the wreckage of the veranda. THE CORNER DRUG STORE, Westfleld, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. -At the prices we have put on our -Mrs. Laura Mariah Stevens, widow of overcoats you should buy yourself a gift. 'Waitst.U Johnson Stevens, died at her Carnahan Bros. & Shearer. home in MayviUe Nov. 29th. aged 83.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1914-12-09|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1914-12-09|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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