Westfield Republican, 1916-04-19
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®!w Hkstfirli) Eepblican WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1916. No. 5 VOL. LXIT. THE NEW Central Pharmacy GET READY! J.W. & N.W.TRAFFIC DELAYED LAMB & COWAN, For Clean Up Week, May 1st to 6th as Suggested by Governor Whitman and the State Health Board. Jamestown Car Derailed Thurs- THE DRUGGISTS. day Night gb 1tlo*aS&i JIu* Traffic upon the Jamestown, Westfield & Northwestern Railway line was tied up Friday morning owing, to the fact that one of the large steel cars left the rails near Chedwel between Midway Park and Dewittville. The cause of the derailment was an obstruction upon the road which could not be seen in time by the motorman. According to General Manager George E. Maltby, no one was injured in the derailment. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. After cleaning the house, and especially We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. the cellar it is a du'y one owes to his H3 Main Street. Phone 2. neighbor to see that his premises oatside • are cleaned and placed in a sanitary and attractive condition. Rubbish and every trace of garbage and putrescible material should be gathered up and carted away, The yard should be cleanod and raked, manure piles removed and made fly proof. This cleaning of the premises should be considered merely an extension of the heusecleanidg within. Support the Board of Health and Health Offiaer in every way in their endeavors to see that all health measures and health regulations are intelligently and strictly enforced. Threshers Say Don't Misunderstand that where seed oats were not treated the man behind the machine could hardly be seen through the dust, but where the seed had been prepared with formaldehyde, oat threshing was as clcan as wheat threshing. Costs little. Particuars free. Our Cash Register Checks had nothing to do with the Auto Contest and are redeemed at any time when you have $5.00 worth. You get 5 per cent in trade by returning them. Store Phone—SO The heavy downpour of rain during the early evening on Thursday caused a small stream near Chedwel to rise considerably and to wash a large amount of debris down upon the tracks. The stream usually passes underneath the tracks by means of a trestle but on Thursday evening the water ran down off the hill so fast that the small trestle would not carry the water and it flowed over the tracks to a depth of about three feeL Night Phone— 263-.I ANSCO CAMERAS (L SPEEDEX FILM The Speedex here shown is the Ansco de luxe. « Two things make it such a wonderful camera—the Ansco Anastigmat lens working at F 6.3and the accurate Optimo shutter with a speed of 1/300 second. These enable you to catch rapidly moving objects and take snapshots on dull days, to surmount seemingly impossible conditions. Three sizes. Let us demonstrate the Speedex as well as the many other Ansco models from $2 to $55. The Out-of-Door Season Calls for a Camera Easter Giving The custom of sending a remembrance at Easter is a growing one. Old friendships are kept up with a greeting card or booklet. —Easter Greetings from Davis, Chase and Rustcraft publishers at 3 to 25 cents. —Easter packages of flower seeds with verse for the season. 15 and 25 cents. —Easter Perfumes, Hudnut's, Colgate's, Harmony and French makes in dainty packages. —Easter Stationery, Eaton-Crane's newest creations, in tints, deckle edge, fancy lined envelopes, at 25 cents to $1.00. — Bibles, prayer books and Testaments in good variety of bindings. There is nothing more interesting than the study of Nature with a camera. Start picture making now while Nature is in her early spring beauty. St. Peter's Guild. St. Peter's Guild has forwarded to the American Fund for French Woundad, the following hospital supplies: Twenty hospital shirts. 85 rest pillows, 120 bandages 6 sheets, 6 towels, 12 handkerchiefs, 6 silk handkerchiefs. 2 pr. bed socks, and old linen. These supplies will be sent immediately to France to be used in the French hospitals. Main Street Theater. On this (Wednesday) evening, April 19th, the 7th episode of "The Strange Case of Mary Page." These series are becoming intensely interesting and no one should miss an installment. This week we will sell a number of copies of fiction from our our circulating library at six books for $1.00. For Friday, April 21st, the popular plays and players, the distinctive legitimate star, Yail Kane, in Clyde Fitch's unique romantic drama, "Her Great Match." Don't tail to see the two above great features. See photos and billing at theater. School Scare as Pipe Bursts. The pupils at the High School had a scare Friday morning shortly after 10 o'clock when the sound of an explosion was heard in the building. Almost immediately the upper class rooms and study hall began to fill with steam and the fire drill was sounded. The students were all out of the building in less than two minutes in good order and it was then learned that there was no danger of fire, but that the steam came from a bunted pipe in the heating plant. The damage was slight. Dairymen Buttermilk Chick Food Geo. W. Baldwin have asked us to stock the following and our stock has just arrived. makes healthy, strong chickens. It supplies all necessary food for the first three weeks. It prevents any of the ailments that belong to chicken babyhood. Per package 10 and 25 cents. Matinees every Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Doors open at 2:30. Come to the matinee to avoid the crowd at night. —Cow Relief, for caked bag, 50c and $1.00. —Calf Cordial for scours, 50c —Booklet free. EASTER St. Peter's Church Visitors are welcome at all times, especially on Good Friday and Eastei Day. The services for the remainder of Holy Week are as follows: AUTO CONTEST closed Saturday with Max Dieffenbach winner with 81,710 votes. Lansing Booth won the second prize, a camera, with 54,410 votes. Illustrated Lecture on India. Maundy Thursday—Holy Communion at 10:30, evening prayer and sermon at 7:30. An illustrated lecture on India and her People will be delivered by Paul P. Chovey of Bombay. India in the Y. M. C. A. on Friday evening, April 28th at eight o'clock. Mr. Chovey is a native of India and has been in close touch with affairs there. In his lecture Mr. Chovey will show through his pictures the richness of the Oriental Architecture, the homes of the rich and poor, the several casts of India, the camel cavalry, and the infantry of India, the natural scenery, American Missions in India, etc. Good Friday Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30; Service of the Passion from 12 to 3; evening prayer and sermon at 7:30. For the Land's Sake The Great Sabbath-Morning prayer at 10:30; First Vespers of Easter at 7:30. Use Pulverized Sheep Manure Pure Bone Meal and Lime Easter Day—Holy Communion at 7:30 (plain) and at 10:30 (with music and sermon). At 4 (not 4:30) Second Vespers, to which all, and especially, children, art invited. Our JViarl--Q5 per cent Carbonate of Lime 100 per cent Soluble Weighs but 60 lb. to the cubic foot Limestone weighs 172 pounds Mr. Chovey is recommended to us by men of University, Seminary. Y. M . C. A. Big Business, and Church. Tickets will be on sale at the Y. M. C, A. and boys. 25 and 15 cents. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. The last in this season's series of Sunday afternoon meetings for men and boys was held Sunday afternoon in the Association Gymnasium. About seventy men and boys were present Rev. E. H. Shanks of the First Baptist Church, Erie. Pa., brought the measage, "Stones for Bavid's Sling," they being the five stones of Experience, Humiliation. Zeal. Courage and Innocence. The message was • strong one. and on invitation nine of our boys accepted the duties of the five stones. The Meetings have been a feature of the Winter's program, and have been a regular activity of the Association for over 5 1-2 months. Even though you pass our t suits spring overcoats (Clothcraft, Kuppenheimer Emby styles) at $10, $15 to $25—garments would dress you so handsomely lor Easter, you tainly need some and and that cer- See Me Before Placing Your Orders for Lime Base Ball. There will be base ball in Westfield this summer. How good a team we shall have depends upon the financial support which the fans are ready to accord the Base Bali Association. SPRING HABERDASHERY! Twenty men have signed a paper offering to stand behind organized base ball in this town. They are fully aware that it costs money to run a team. Their bank accounts are behind their signatures. CHAS. B. SHELDON Our new spring Hats are all the correct blocks, from Crofut and Knapp. Price $3.00. Other good makes, $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00 The Religioua Work Committee of the Association wishes to especially thank all those who have helped to make the Sunday afternoon a success by their willingness to cooperate, and their presence. Who would dare say what may come out of these meetings. We have Neckwear that is classy and different, shapes different, silks different, 25c, 50c, and $1.00. Neckwear worth seeing These twenty directors have elected the following officers: President—E N Skinner. Vice President—E. T. Welch. Secretary—Wilson Rood. Treasurer—Alburn Skinner. By unanimous vote R. J. Franklin was chosen manager. MOTOR INN Choice HOSIERY, SHIRTS. II indsotne GLOVES PRICED PLEASING LY. and The Epsilon Pi was entertained at the home of Mrs. Flank Johnson last Wednesday evening. A good number of the Pi unanimously voted the entertainment the best yet. Epsilon Pi meeting this Wednesday evening. Suits for the Boys- -The WOOTjWEAR for HARD WEAR Just the suit he will like for Easter Now. Mr. Fan, take heed. S. F. Nixon, James Prendergast and Bert Skinner compose the financial committee. This body is making plans to see that all those interested in the game are given a chance to "come across" with the long green. W. J. RANDALL, Proprietor Store open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Evenings Only Heals a la Carte at all Hours of the Day On Wednesday evening of next week the Fi will journey to the land of Jamestown where they will be royally entertained by the Alpha chapter of the fraternity. Sft! the Pi will not be alone on the journey. How much does the Association ask for? Eight hundred iron men. Every dollar of this amount is needed if we are to put a team in the field which shall be able to beat the teams that are to represent Brocton. Silver Greek, Chautauqua and others. LUNCHEON, DINNER, SUPPER OR TEA PARTIES TTWIERSjuarFjUHJllZM WE5TEIELD, N.YT On Tuesday evening the 25th, entertainment will be provided the people of Westtieid and vicinity by the .Epsilon Pi. A program of local talent, with Entertainer French for the star attraction wiil be presented. Get your tickets from any member of the Pi. Can be Arranged for at Various Prices Please note that Brocton has raised $500 to back its team; Silver Creek $2,000 for a like purpose. DAILY LUNCH 12.00 to i.oo o'clock for Business Men. Minimum Charge 15c Additional Articles five cents each Now don't back up, but come right up and get behind the association. Are we all ready? Then boost for team and town. Under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A., Paul P. C..ovey of Bombay, India, will lecture on India in the Association on Friday evening the 28th. Mr. Chovey will show his own stereopticon views. .This lecture will be of special interest to many of us in Westfield who are so much interested in the development of India. Mr. Chovey, who speaks excellent English, comes with the best of recommendations. The tickets for the lecture will be 25c for adults, special admission charge to juniors. Bowling Tournament. Fredonia vs. Westfield. Increasing Strength and Efficiency 1st 155 Fredonia Benton SUNDAY TABLE D'HOTE DINNER Monroe Lupean Pat 148 148 Fifty Cents 12.00 to 2.00 O'Clock The Citizens Bank of Westfield is increasing in strength and efficiency It has been important factor in the development ot commercial enterprise. 169 116 Marsh au 736 715 650 1st 2nd 3rd C. Ohm 142 135 167 E. T.Welch 162 122 138 Gage - 149 136 172 Bond .176 166 i 73 Dudley 122 171 139 21 01 Westfield —Wanted—Kitchen and dining room help. W. J. RandalL A Card. —For Sale-Small farm pleasantly and conveniently located near railroad depot, creamery, general store, school, church and postoffice; also on rural delivery route. For particulars, address, Mrs. H. You are invited to open a checking account and make use of this Bank's seivice. —.Wanted—Kitchen girl at European Hotel Mrs. E. W. Loveless. —The remains of Ed. Sunderlin. of New York, were brought hero last week far 1 wish to thank all those who rendered any acts of kindness for Mr. Davis and sent flowers after his death.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1916-04-19|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1916-04-19|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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