Westfield Republican, 1916-06-21
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ilw UestfiHi) Ecptiblican WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y„ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1010. No. 11 VOL. LXII. THE NEW E. B. D0ERINGER J. M. BOYD INSTANTLY KILLED LAMB & COWAN, Of Brooklyn Becomes President of Welch 15.000 Point Club. At Centreville — Rural Carrier Struck at Grade Crossing- Prominent in Political and Fraternal Circles for Many Years—Veteran of Civil War. THE DRUGGISTS.; Central Pharmacy | In starting their selling campaign last ; fall for 1916 business, the Welch Grape . Juice Company inaugurated two contests Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only We answer phone calis at other hours when necessary. among their sales force. The 27 district J sales offices compete each month for "The j Welch Trophy," which becomes the permanent possession of the district manager, whose office makes the best showing 33 Main Street. Phone 2m Phone Night Phone 263-J Centreville, Pa., June 13.—James Madison Boyd, aged 70 years, was struck and instantly killed at the Mageetown road grade crossing in this village at about 2 o'clock this afternoon, when Pennsylvania railroad train No. 907, from Pittsburgh to Buffalo, was entering this village. Mr. Boyd was dead when picked up by members of the train crew. The carriage in which he was riding was smashed to pieces, but the horse escaped injury. Porch Floors Our Olive Oil require a paint that will stand hard wear and all sorts of weather conditions. Sherwin-Williams special Porch Paint fills the bill. It conies in eight suitable shades We still have a supply of French Olive Oil in sealed cans as imported at $3.25 a gallon. In pint bottles at 50c. We believe that no better Olive Oil is pressed. k£-'' :• "Preparedness" Make the young folks happy, add to their pleasure of graduation. Select gifts now and avoid the worry of late buying. Be prepared. Some Suggestions—Books, Leather Goods, Parker Fountain Pens, Stationery, Cameras, Toilet Sets, Perfumes, etc. Insectides If it ever stops raining you will need insect destroyers. Our stock is complete in every kind of proved value. —Nicotine for leaf hoppers, aphis, and thrips. —Pyrox for potato bugs and blight. — Lead arsenate for all kinds of bugs —Tobacco Dust for garden plants. —Bug Death for most all insects. Mr. Boyd was the rural mail carrier from this place, holding that position since the service was established a number of years ago. He was very active for a man of his years and one of the best known citizens of the village. His untimely death was a great shock to the many friends of the family residing in this section of Crawford county. Kill the Woodchucks Carbon Bisulphite will do it. Saturate a piece of cotton with with two or three tablespoonsful of Carbon Bisulphite. Place it in the hole and stop up opening. The odor kills them. Carbon Bisulphite oomes in one pound bottles. Garden Sprayers Fungi-Bordo A good one for 25c. Larger ones for 50 cents Useful for spraying insecticides and fungicides on garden stuff. Sherwin-Williams dry Bordeaux powder. A convenient way of making small quantities of spray solut ion. A 25c pound can makes six gallons of Bordeaux mixture. Mr. Boyd carried a portion of his route in the forenoon, covering that section in the vicinity of Tryonville in the forenoon and going to Mageetown and vicinity after dinner. He made his morning trip today without incident and upon getting into the carriage to leave for Mageetown this afternoon his wife cautioned him to be careful in crossing the railroad tracks. He laughed at her and said he was always watching for the trains. It is believed that he saw the train coming, but that he misjudged the distance while he was away from the crossing and thought he could get over before the train passed by. Raise Fruits and Flowers instead of Insects \ close inspection of your trees and flowers will probably reveal the fact that they are infested with myriads of insects. We have all the good spraying materials. Look them over. E. B. Doeringer A Gift that Lasts is a kodak. It will add pleasure to this summer and to many following years. Ask our kodak experts about it. There's a size and price for every condition. for the year. Then there was started a contest between the salesmen calling on the retail xtrade, "points" being awarded for sales and for the placing of advertising matter. It was announced that the first man securing 15,000 "points" would become president of the 15,000 point club, the second man reaching the goal would be vice president, the third treasurer, the fourth secretary and the next six directors. The contest started October 1st and so closely were the leaders bunched on June 1st that first place was in doubt From Lemons Citrus Cream, a face cream prepared from lemons was demonstrated at the San Francisco Exposition VVe can supply you at 25a a tube. Four for 85c. Trusses of today must be scientifically fitted. We handle only the best makes, and an extensive experience in fitting makes the finished job as nearly perfect as possible. Our prices are right. Three competent, qualified drug dispensers handle our drug business Firman Company The train was a little late and was traveling at a rapid speed. The Mageetown road crossing is about a quarter of a mile from the station and the railroad officials have been agitating for some time the advisability of abolishing it, as well as the next grade crossing nearer yet 'o the station. Both crossings are or. a Ioiik curve of the tracks and have been considered dangerous for years. THE then Corner Drug Store But on June 12th E. B. Doeringer, of the New York City office sale*? force, reached 15,000 points and elected himself president of the 15,000 point club. While Mr. Doeringer only took the lead in the last few weeks of the race, he lias been one of the contenders from the start am! has done consistent work throughout the eight and one-half months. Republicans! Democrats! The materials entering into the manufacture of Progressives! Mr. Boyd was horn in Mercer county, hut came to this vicinity when a young man, and for more than a generation he had been active in the political, business and fraternal affairs of Centreville. At Riveris matters Grand liOt whether you arc a iollower of th* Party, Democratic Donkey or the Bull Moose- On .June 15th A. E. Weir, of the Dallas office sales force, passed the 15.000 points and automatically became vice president of the tlub. Old one time he served as a jury commissioner of the county and he was the sec - ond oldest noble grand of the Centreville lodge of Odd Fellows, having succeeded 'Squire T. .J l'atten in this office, the latter being the noble grand when the lodge was instituted Talcum Powder When the Welch sale* convention is held this fail special honor will be accorded to all salesmen who have qualified lor membership in the 15,000 point club. You Will All Unite as One Party are of the finest quality. Tt is very pleasant to use delicately perfumed with the odor of true violets. It is put up in a seven ounce glass jar that is an ornament to any dressing table. and in agreeing that we are the "Headquarters" important commodity of Clothes. in the The deceased served in the Civil War in Company B, Twelfth Pennsylvania cavalry. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Emma Boyd, of this place, ana the following children: Mrs. A. G. Clark, of Buffalo, N. Y.; William C. Boyd, of Centreville; J. Laverne Boyd, of Reno; F. E. Boyd, of Imperial, Cal.; Mrs. A. W. Morris, of Vrooman; Mrs. Fred Milspaw, Mrs. Georgia Northan, Mrs. Fay Kingan, of tVestfield, N. Y., and Charles R. Boyd, of Centreville. PUBLIC SCHOOL EXHIBIT For the iirst time in many years the teachers of the public schools of \\ c-ttichi are preparing an exhibit of the work of their pupils. The basement of the Patterson Tree Library has been chosen for the place. The entrance will be down the flight of stairs north of the building. The date fixed is Wednesday and Thursday of the last week in June. The hours 9 o'clock A. M. to 5 o'clock, P. M. A cordial invitation to visit the exhibit i> extended to all those interested in our public schools. Encourage the pupils by your presence. Preston K. Pattison, Kuppenheimer and Clothcraft Makes will convince you that th§ Right Party is in power, amf the Tariff is only Price 25 Cents $10.00 to $25.00 as you choose THE CORNER DRUG STORE. Why not be your own Delegate and pay us that visit at once. Westfleld. New York. All-Day Meeting! Licensed Pharmacist in charge. The Univeraalists of Chautauqua county will hold an all-day meeting at Bemus Point, next Sunday, June 25, to which all are invited. The local pastor will be assisted by Rev. W. G. Price of Titusvilie, a former pastor, and Rev. W. A. Taylor of the Unitarian church of Jamestown. Following is a tentative program of the exercises of the day: Principal OUTING TOGS PROGRAM Palm Beach Suits Sport Shirts Tennis Shoes Triangle Plays and Players at Palm Beach Trousers Silk Shirts Tennis Slippers The New Theatre. Thuursday, June 22d "The Lily and the Rose.' in 5 acts. Starring Lillian Gish with Roykika Do ly and Wilfred Lucas. "The Great Vacuum Robbery" Keystone comedy in 2 acts featuring Charles Murray. "Talking Machines" give only a mechanical reproduction of musical sounds Ediso n'snew invention actually Re-Creates all forms of music. White Flannel Trousers Duck Hats 11:00—Address, Rev. W. G. Price. 12:00—Short session of Sunday School. 12:30 p. m —Free dinner at church. 3:00 —Address, Rev. W. A. Taylor. 5:30 -Free supper at church. 7:00—Meeting of Y. P. C. U. Auto Dusters Canvas Hats B. V. D. Underwear Auto Caps Saturday, June 24, "The Dead A'ive" a 5 act Drjm i of love and mystery, featuring Marguerite Courtot, "Cute" comedy, featuring Geo. Oney."Seeing America First with the Komic Kartoon "keeping up with the Jones." Matinee and night, No needles to change or records to wear out on the New Edison. 7:30—Sermon, Rev. W. P. Farnsworth, Special music will be provided and the choir of the Unitarian church in Jamestown will assist in the same. Artists sing in direct comparison with the New Edison and it is impossible to distinguish the difference. v Fnmini5AM*FimnB> \/ESTEt£LD, NX Tuesday, June 27, "Between Men" a powerful 5 act Drama featuring VVm. S. Hart, supported by an all starcast, including beautiful Enid Mackay, and House Peters Those who saw Wm. S. Hart a few weeks ago were well pleased with his work. "Dizzy Heights and Daring Heart" Keystone Comedy in 2 acts featuring Chester Conklin. Bemus Point is easily reached by trolley from Jamestown, Westfield of Mayville. alsc by boat and auto. Have you heard the New Edison at H L. Rickenbrode's? Skylarking A lawn lark for all young women is being planned for the evening of Tuesday, the 27th of June at the Young Women's Christian Association. The occasion is the coming of Miss Gladys Gnagi as summer worker in the association, and is intended to give all young women of the town a chance to meet her. Better Grab It Quick for you are not likely to get such another real estate opportunity again in a hurry. FOR SALE—Columbia Grafonola nearly new will sell at a big reduction. Smile. ' Joke with him who jostles you. Smile on him who hurries you, Laugh at him who pushes you. It doesn't cost a cent! We have just the House Every girl over school age is invited. Yo No Se is in charge of the entertainment, and promises to outdo itself as hostess. If the weather is good it will be a back yard party, with the back porch as refreshment booth; if not, the house will be used. All that's new in Wedding Gifts at - you are after, and are prepared to sell it to you for a really low price, and upon the most liberal terms. Don't delay coming to see us about it or the prompter buyers will snap up the best bargains. Don't be carrying around that chip, Wink your eye and curve your lip, And from life's sunshine take a sip, H. L. Rickenbrode, Jeweler It doesn't cost a cent! Don't be always first to rile Your neighbor - Give him just a smile. It will cheer the dullest while, Miss Gnagi is a graduate of the musical department of Wisconsin University, and an experienced recreation leader. She will have charge of all recreation activities in the association this summer. W. L. MINTON Westfield, New York And doesn't cost a cent!" —Mildred Stewart, in the "Plumbing and Heating Magazine."
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1916-06-21|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1916-06-21|
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Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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