Westfield Republican, 1915-05-12
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Illt ttrstfiflt) ixcpubliran VOL. LXI. WESTFEELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO.. ft. Y., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 19].1. No. 8 The New Central Pharmacy TRUSTEES' MEETING VERDICT SET ASIDE LAMB & COWAN, 'm. Regular Meeting Held on Friday Evening. May 7,1915—John F. Welch Appointed a Water Commissioner.That in Waterstredt Case Held THE DRUGGISTS. Excessive and Against Weight of Evidence m&xaJUL Store Notice has been received at Mayville that the verdict in the Waterstredt case, tried at the last term of supreme court before Judge Taylor, has been set aside. The case was sent back for a new trial at the coming term of court. This is the case Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calis at other hours when necessary. FIRST AID TO THE DOCTOR A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was held Friday evening, May 7th, 1915 The meeting was called to order by President F. M. Rich, with the following trustees present: Backman, Nixon The Doctor first of course, in sickness or injury, hut a drug store capable of supplying him with Drugs, Medicines and sick room goods is 33 Main Street. Phone 2. Russian Oil Protection also a prime requisite and Rood. against the N. Y. C. & St. L. railroad in which a verdict of $10,000 was given Mrs. Alvina Waterstredt, as executrix of the estate of Benjamin Waterstredt, the construction gang foreman who lost his life when a hunk car in which he was sleeping burned at Irving, N. months ago. % is largely used as a mechanical laxative. Very little stock is left owing to war conditions. We have 1 a few bottle ;it 75 cents for pints. Hut we can furnish an American 1 product, tasteless and colorless at »»0c a pint, efficient in every way ' On motion the following bills were approved and orders drawn: L. S. &. M. S. R. R., freight : E. N. Skinner, P. M., envelopes.... J. A. Riley, acc't salary and ex- —Moth proof bags 10c. —Iled Cedar Compound 10c. —Peterman's Ant Food 25c. —Black Flag Insect Powder 10c. —Kreso Dip 25c, 35c and 50c. You never need this drug store more than when serious sickness comes—the more critical the illness the greater the need $ 8 55 21 24 The Doctor first, the prescription to us, we do the rest penses paid __ Frank Foot, watching fire (Morse) J. A. Riley, " Theo. Burns, 100 82 2 00 2 00 Pure Drugs Accurate Service Right Prices The verdict is held to be excessive and against the weight of evidence. It was one of the largest verdicts in a negligence action ever handed down in a Chautauqua QI BBS & BALDWIN THREE QUALIFIED DISPENSERS Amos Kester, Wm. Ford, highway John F. Piehl, police Clyde C. Hill, surveying B. Fenner, labor. _ 2 00 212 20 24 00 25 00 35 00 INo 15 Main Street Phone 80 Not only is our stock complete in every drug detail, but we have three licensed men to intelligentlv dispense the goods, (iood service at all times. county court Ascensiontide at St. Peter's Thursday of this week being the feast of Christ's Ascension the Holy Communion will be celebrated, plain at seven o'clock and with hymns at half-past ten. Moved and carried that upon the signed petition of a majority of the property owners on East Main street for the laying of dust that we contract with the Standard Oil Co. to make two applications of oil. the cost of applying the oil to be a charge against said property owners or occupants in accordance with Section 165 of the Village laws. Scoring a Triumph of Tailoring When the Blossoms Fall For the Auto On the Sunday after Ascension ser vices at 7:30, 10:30 and 4:30. Spray for protection against wormy fruit and disease. We sell —Arsenate of Lead —Blue Vitriol. —Lime-Sulphur. —For use of any for information. Sponges 25c to $1.00 —Chamois 25c, 50c, $1.00. With Our Special Suits at 75c and Vocational Conference. The members of the}Senior classes of the Weatfield. Ripley and Mayville high schools, with faculty members, met for vocational conferences in this village Saturday afternoon and evening. In the afternoon simultaneous sessions for boys and girls were held in the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. respectively, with the following programs: —Thermos Bottles $1.00 to $2.50. $15.00 Moved that John F. Welch be appointe( a member of the Board of Water Commissioners. Carried. of these ask —Liquid Veneer, small size 25c, gallons $3.00. Ten Years Ahead Kodakery A monthly magazine of photograph helps is given free with every sale of a Brownie, Premo or Kodak. To others the price is 50c a year. It treats each month as a Kodak month. Moved that the Treasurer's bond be approved and placed on file. Ten years ago we established a circulating library of new fiction. It is kept up to date every week. It numbers over 300 volumes. We give the same intelligent service that we do in all our departments. Fee, 5c a book a week. JpIFTEEN DOLLARS has always been a popular price tor Men's Clothing. That figure, hitting midt?le of the price target, has always made a most extraordinary appeal to men of economy. Moved and carried that the matter of purchasing new play pipes be referred to Fire Committee, with power to act. the For boys— Moved and carried that the tax rate for the year 1915 be fixed as follows Highway Fund . Sewer Fund Flectric Light Fund. General Fund Opening devotions—Rev. R. N. Merrill. "Go work in my vineyard. My chosen life work, and how I expect to further the interests of the Kingdom of God through Our special suit at Fifteen Dollars, has so many points in its favor as to merit the rather extravagant praise. These suits are al) wool, all hand tailored of the latest styles and fabrics. 3 mills 5 " 2 " 2 " I WatcMour Watch 1 ■ You carry in your pocket the smallest, most delicate I ■ machine that was ever built. It is composed of about 175 I ■ an<' upward of 2400 separate operations are involved in its H manufacture. The roller jewel of your watch makes 157,- ■ 9 680,000 impacts against the fork every year—without a let I ■ up of a single second for rest. Your watch can't do this I ■ work year after year without being cleaned and oiled. It I I only needs one tenth of a drop of oil, but it may need that H I mighty bad. Attend to it NOW and once each year and 9 your watch will last a lifetime. I 9 Let us do vour work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Our I 9 prices for repairing are as low as first-class workmanship 9 will allow. Cheap watch repairing is generally actual ex- B 9 travagance. H I OVERTON & HALL, Jewelers I I WESTFIELD, N. Y. I C. R. Runals, University of Buffalo, 15. Law. Total 12 mills Moved that Edgar Welch have charge of the Memorial Day exercises. Carried. Minutes approved as read. Moved to adjourn. O. S. Bulkley, University of Buffalo, '15. Chemist. For Girls— Our "Woolwear" Suits for Boys are just the thing for "HARDWEAR." Devotions: "As ye have received the gift, so minister the same one to another." Miss Shepard. J. A. Riley, Clerk "My life work." George C. Winkelman Miss Louise Gould, Allegheny, '15, home making. Seen our new Straw Lids ? Better pick out one while the Pickin' is the best The death of George C. Winkelman on Thursday, April 29th, deeply bereaved the members of his own family, by whom he was greatly beloved, and caused to mourn a multitude of his kindred and friends. For the past two years he had maintained an unequal fight against the malady that eventually carried him away. The shock, also, resulting from his mother's death had a tendency to aggravate conditions and increase his sufferings. He nevertheless faced the inevitable and bravely fought the fight to the finish. Miss Josephine Booth, Rochester, '15, United Charities work. Miss Erma Loughlin, Elmira, "12. Social work. "Preparation for life work," Miss Turner.At 6 o'clock supper was served in the Y. W. C. A. by women of the different churches. After dinner speechei took the form of informal introductions of the out of town speakers, teachers, class presidents and other guests, who all responded with stories. The cheering of the Westfield class was worthy of college men. EL lJTHIERSano F1/FN/5HER5 WES TFIELD. N. Y. George was a quiet boy and avoided generally the things that might turn out to be an offense or a disturbance in his home or in the community. He possessed a deep filial affection for the members of his own family. His generosity and natural kindness of heart often furnished occasion for remark on the part of his friends and relations. He was noted for his attention to business and, perhaps, too close application in this matter contributed in no small way to the breaking of his health with the result already stated. At 8 o'clock the company adjourned to the Y. M. C. A. for the closing address by Rev. A. W. Beaven, of the Lake Avenue Baptist church of Rochester, on the subject of God's call to the youth of the twentieth century. The key note of the conference was service and every speaker sounded it clear and strong. THE Corner Drug Store This conference was under the auspices of the Federal Council of Westfield, and was carried out under the direction of the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. secretaries. We are showing a choice assortment of cards and 'booklets. If you are desirous of sending a He was very courteous in his approach to friends and strangers alike. No one ever accused him of wounding the feelings of another. He will be greatly missed and mourned by those who knew him best and only those who knew him hest have a right to speak. Arbor Day. PEARL STREET MILLS Dainty Birthday Remembrance The following program for Arbor Day was given at 10:30 a m., in Academy Hall, may / 1. Song by the Kindergarten. 2. Exercise "What will you plant?' His early taking off is lamented anil is at the same time a pointed lesson to all the young men of the village that life is short and uncertain. The funeral service occurred on Monday, May 3rd, at his father's home and was largely attended. The Rev. George L. MacClelland, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, of James- , town, N. Y., officiattd. The Horal offer-1 ' ings were numerous and very beautiful. ' The interment was in the family lot in _ ' xeri 'se Westtield cemetery. , e " George C. Winkelman, the youngest son " e?.. of Frank and Mary Winkelman, was born "rot py ,nn^r in Westfield. N. Y.. Sept. 12th, 1»85, and ! „ Piacno „Duet spent his life there. He was a member »'ra|ices Stoolfer. of the Westfield Fire Department. He | 10. Rec. "Signs of leaves to mourn his loss his father, two Palmer brothers, Edward J. and Henry F. of n txercise ..Color Erie, Pa : two sisters, Clara L. and Alice . v M., of Westfield, besides a large circle of relatives and friends. it will he worth voui while to look them over. Grade 1. 3. Mandolin solo. Rosalina Constan- The Mill that is on the level. The business that is on the square tina Quality Coal as well as Quality Feed. Neat little stork cards. A dozen in a package, with 4. Exercise "The great brown house.' Ask our satisfied customers. Grade 1 envelopes to match. 5. Concert Rec. "Arbor Day." Grade Wlven in the course It's best for you Song Robin's Nest." Grades 1, II Of human events, Not to take a chance. THE CORNER DRUG STORE. Story of a loaf of Bread Prices on coal For in two months Westfield, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge Drop Fifty Cent- Tliey might advance "A dream composition Spring Is Here Frances Fox and May." Bernice THE FAY-STOOLFER CO. Fairies." Grade We have seeds and feeds for your needs. 12. Kec. 'The heart of a tree. Ed- FOUND AUTO ABANDONED. liloody Butcher, White Cap Dent, Learning, Pride of North Seed Corn, Barley, Timothy, Clover, Alsike, C. F. Peas, Alfalfa Seed, Cbick Feed, etc. i gar Rouse. and the gasolene tank was empty. The Main Street Theater. 13. Song. "Questions." Grade VI. 14. Rec. "Wonderiugs" Grade III. i6. "Irish Dance." By six children. 16. Song "America". Mrs. John Spencer sent a fine bouijuet of tulips in memory of "Uncle John." car evidently had been stolen and run Stnlpfl MarhinA Wk I oft alon* the Main road t0 the Point where btoien machine was Left Near the gasoiene gave out. no damage had Dunkirk When Gasolene Be- been done to the car other than the foot came Exhausted. brake was broken. The machine was hauled to Dunkirk. A big yellow automobile was found Chief Quandt discovered the owner to abandoned on the main road about three be L. G. Ryckman. of Brocton. and the miles from Dunkirk shortly after 9 o'clock machine had been stolen in ForeatvilJe. Wednesday night. Tourists passing along — Today (Wednesday) the 12th. a great} Paramount feature, "The Virginian." On j Friday, the 14th, "The Unwelcome Mrs. j Hatch," another first class feature. No extra charge. On Thursday, the 13th, Alice Joyce in "The Mayor's Secretary," j in two parts. We have from six to ten reels every evening. They are all good. See bills at theater. Fertilizers for Grapes, Grain, Garden and Lawn. others' Club. We sell for Cash. No Credit. Prices Right. O Next Wednesday, May 19th, occurs the annual election of officers in the Mothers' Club. Every member is urged to be present to aid in this and other business of importance to be transacted at this time. the highway from Fredonia saw the car —Wanted—Antique furniture; one setand notified the police. tee and dresser bureau. Give deaign and The license numbers from the front and price by mail. R. W. Johnston Studio, rear part of the machine were removed Chautauqua. N, Y. May 5-3w The Westfield Mills, *■ —Eyes tested, frames fitted. Consult E. H. Overton. Doctor of Optics.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1915-05-12|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1915-05-12|
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Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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