Westfield Republican, 1916-07-26
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itw HestfMi ftcMbliran WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. No. 19 VOL. LXII. COMMITTED SUICIDE. DROWNS WHILE BATHING LAMB & COWAN, <|p> THE NEW Central Pharmacy Mrs. Frank L. Davis Was Found Ralph H. Lilley. of Eden. For- THE DRUGGISTS. Hanging in Barn Late Tuesday Might. July 18th. 1916-Had merly of this Village. Meets jDfc/s J&ne Death in Lake Erie at Laona Night and emergency [>hone No. 13S. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only Worried Over Business Ralph L. Lilley.who was visiting friends We answer phone calis at other hours when necessary The many friends of Mrs. Alice Davis, widow of the late Frank L Davis, were greatly shocked Wednesday morning to learn that she had committed suicide on Tuesday, July ISth, by hanging herself in her barn. She was usually at home, and as Mrs. Shafer, who lives in the same house, did not see her around Tuesday afternoon, search was made for her that evening and at about 10 o'clock George Miniger and J. S. Sh .fer found her dead body hanging from a beam in the barn. Dr. Foster was called and he said she had been dead for several hours. in town for a few days, left Saturday afternoon to visit his sister, Mrs. G. W. Noble, at Lamberton. With other members of the family they went to Laona for a picnic supper, and while iri bathing he was taken with cramps and sank before help could reach him. _ Fishermen from Dunkirk recovered the body shortly after I'hone Nijtht Phoi 38 Main Street. Phone 2. i SO •263-) Soaps Wings —Colgate's Cashmere Boquet 10c —Colgate's Big Bath 10c. —Cocoanut Castile, for hard water especially, It >c. —Water wings for bathers, 25c and 35c — Bath caps, fresh rubber, bright colors. 35c to 60c. Protect your Stock from FlieS Horses and cattle cannot thrive even in the best pasture if tered with Hie?, mosquitoes or other insects. It is money spent to use either of the following: Hess Fly Chaser Lesser's Cow Comfort Thev will not harm the hair or hide. midnight Ralph was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lilley, who moved from here tD Eden the past spring and was born at *est Portland on August 25, 1897. Besides his parents he is survived by three sisters—Mrs. G. W. Noble, of Lamberton; Mrs. H. L. Tucker, of Brocton, and Miss Lucy H Lilley, of Eden, and one brother. Edwin Lilley. of Eden. —Wash case 10c. cloths in water proof peswell—Imported White Castile 10c. Millions of bugs are destroying crops. We can help you defend your property. —Paris tureen, 50e pound. 1-2 pound 25c, 1-4 pound 15c —Arsenate of lea.!, 100 poun'i drums at S 1-2 cents. —Tobacco Dust, 10 pound. . — Nicotine, "Black Lea: 10", small bottles 25c, 2 pound can at *2.50, 10 pound can "do 75. — I'vro.x for huu- and bligut. 25c pound. Mrs. Davis had taken a bath that morning and had dressed herself carefully in clean linen, a fresh dress and a pair of new shoes. Monday afternoon she called at the office of S. W. Mason and made her leaving what property she had, after A Cool Treat for Sore Feet. Why not keep your feet cool and coinfortabld during tiie weather. To insure foot comfort use warm Ralph Lilley was an exceedingly bright and capable young man. deeply interested Nyal's Foot Bath Tablets in the morning anil your day ~ ork will seem 1 itx! 11et will the payment of all her indebtedness, to the First Presbyterian church, of which ■ctricitv. and especially in wireless iphy. He had clerked for C. B. .mi in his hardware store, and for <e tht tele, Sh"!i Beware the Slight Scratch she was an active member Mrs. Davis had not been in good health curs had taken the State, county iwn taxes for VV. F. Barton in a very k- and ellicient manner. He was :• beloved ,by all who knew him, slight scratch may become infected You should therefore always have on i iiiii caust .-enou> for several years, and since the death of her husband, which occurred on the 2Kth and cations capal Aschner's Antiseptic Solution of last March, she had worried a good great First Aids Shampoo Johnson & Johnson's These dusty days the hair re- Box contains 10 articles: bandage, quires attention. Violet Dulce cotton, adhesive, toothache pins- .Shampoo Powder cleanses the hair ter, mustard, etc. 25c for the box. and scalp without injury and adds yenn destroyer, ami will prevent serious trouble which result from scratches, insect bites, wounds, etc., and preents formation of pus. Take a bottle on th:it vacation trip. It will add to your comfort in many ways. deal over business matters.. The funeral was held on Friday mornfrom her late residence on Oak street, Alexander Thompson officiating, and interment was in the family lot at a: id sympathy ol the entire community goes out to the bereaved family in i 1 c* their great sorrow in* Rev the Cas^ada^ Tlx- pastors of the tden, Brocton and Westtielil Baptist churches co-operated in For those Potatoes, Fruit Trees, etc cemetery. Mr>. Davis was 6U im Sprav vs ith Riches' and Piver's Arsenate of Lead, Pari.- (ireen Nicotine, Sulphate Solution, etc. years oi age were held in the Baptist church at Biocrtie Morai tributes were many and home use ton Lucky Fisherman heautilul. testilyi iscd was I Remember Saturday. July 29th--Free Stamp Day Will Ford, while fist in Chautauqi Riere was Why Pay More Lake the first of t! ■k. ha e i'O' of sorrowing friends from Firman C&L Company k t.o land t I.mi nice at the Inner untry >er, r rt It >uu lnet' vicinity Halt re envt Another Morse Stolen t in ] 11 a i 11 I'he co ned buvit 7U00 iU vall imeists t liable black- mare w lulen Wet u- to continue the old i day morning from tin- ba of Jc Cochrane on West Main Koa I he tu Farm tor Sal Enjoy Your was only sevtii years otu, aiul vveigiu ] wtlve an in tones 1 li'l) pounds S5ii for She has offered a reward ot iree in currants >arri A Good CoL1 Cream The Vest Pocket Kodak s return, t> 111 notwithstandin Win. [Herinanson. ii icld, N. V Gale St. West Vacation Trip that the sheriff's department and puiitt is indispensable for the travek It cleanses and protects tl Violet Dulce Cold Cream is one < I ake it wherever and whenever carry a notebook. Makes |i pictures thai enlarge beauti- Price Sti. With anastimmat 810. officers wire notified immediately. in km. trace has been found of the missing A Great Sight iinmiil tho best. It conies in 2oC tubes iiul f 1111 \ Dressing BARCELONA BIBLE SCHOOL, Mrs Smith South Portage 50c ja Ions by in Last Sunday in spite of tin excessivi street, h;is one o! the lincst Yucca plants It is in full heat we had Hue tttendanet it Sunday hat we have ever sect anil seven mid "Kool Klothes" Schoo There were present Were bloom now and is eight feet inchct> tall. It certainly is a beauty i» being greatly admircd'by all Three registered dispense! s, who have passed the examination, give you eompetent drug service. you one of the not, conic next Sunday and be the 36th Next Sunday Mr. Sherman will share his vacation with us by relating some of the interesting experiences of his trip, which he is taking this week. SPECIAL MUSIC THE f — Corner Drug Store l At the Presbyterian Ch urch. If you want real enjoyment clothe Next Sunday evening the musical prograin at the Presbyterian chnrch will be ot unitsual interest. Miss Marie Miller will assist in the service. It will be remembered that she is a harpist of note. Miss Miller will play an arrangement of old hymn tunes. There will be one number for organ and harp. This will be the well known air of "The Lost Chord." As far as possible familiar melodies will be used. NOTICE ! yourself in one of our Water consumers will please use as little water as possible. The Kent reservoir is lowering and it may be ueeessary to shut off all hose bibbs unless rules are complied with in regard to use of same. J. F. PIEHL, Palm Beach Suits or Cool Crash Suits $8 to $10 More The Real Summer Suits Outirvg Supplies Supt. Gets Promotion! 5 forJ5c Firemen's Outing. F. J. Kordenbeck, our efficient and popular American Express .Agent, has received a fitting reward for the able manner in which he has conducted the business of his company since coming to this village, he has been promoted to be general agent at Dunkirk, and his wife to the responsible position of cashier, and Cashier Johnson of that city, has been appointed agent at this place. Mr. Kor(ienbrock has been one of the best agents fver sent to this village, and he and his estimable wife have made a host of friends, who regret their removal from Lily Paper Cups Extras Toggings The Westfield fire department will attend the firemen's convention and take part in the parade at East Aurora on Wednesday, Aug. 2nd. The Westfield band will accompany the firemen. The entire department will make the trip by auto, leaving at 5 to 6 o'clock from firemen's hall. The Main Street garage will provide the cars for the firemen and band. Waxed Paper 5c roll Paper Napkins SO for 10c l'alm Beach Trousers Summer Hosiery White Flannel Trousers Mlk Hats Horlick's Malted Milk Tablets plain or cocoa tiavor are now to be had in 25c bottles. White Duck Trousers White Duck Hats Sport Shirts Tennis Shoes A Fresh Supply of In previous year* there have been many friends of the firemen who have accompanied them on such occasions and provisions have been made for their transportation and it is for that reason that this notice lias been given. The Main Street garage people state that they will be unable to furnish cars for more than the firemen and band and the firemen feel that many will like to go and that they should have time to make arrangements for their transportation. Undoubtedly other cars can be procured from other sources and the firemen would be pleased to have all go that would like to. The trip by auto will be a delightful one and Sport Jerseys Athletic Uiulenveui "Huyler's" our midst, but wish them abundant success in their new field. The change will take place August 1st. Mr. Kordenbreck's success here is due directly to the courteous manner in which he has treated the patrons of the ofliee and the practical and business like way in which he has gone after new business, the business of the office having more than doubled since he took charge. H;s methods are piactical and we look for him to go higher for he has the interests of his just received Get a Bathing Suit Now and Use It THE CORNER DRUG STORE, Westfield. New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. rector and swimming teacher. A Cornell graduate gives the instruction in scientific canning. Miss Myra Rogers of Jamestown is the camp nurse. The following young women are in charge of a tent of girls: Miss Frances Norton of Sherman, Miss Dorothy Lewis of Panama, Misses Laura Koehl, Zilpha Spring and Helen Bailey of Jamestown, Miss Louise Martin of Fredonia and Miss Kthel Smith Silver Creek. Be Loyal to Your Own Town. 1 believe in our town; 1 be'ieve in our boys and girls — I believe in our churches and schools. XXUTHIERSand furnishers WE5TFJELD, NX company at heart can be run in less than three hours, as the distance i;; about tlO miles. In our stores and industries; I believe in clean entertainment tor our Camp Chedwel! town — Y. M. C. A. NOTES Camp Chedwel opened Monday, July 21, for its fourth season. The large number of girls registered shows the growing con- I believe iti clean streets and alleys In llowers and grass plots. In buildings both sightly and useful; 1 believe that much ot n depends upon the h neighbors Sole'Agents for Emarson and Florsheim Shoes i'he Junior Boys' camp, which has been conducted at Camp Chedwel for ten days, broke camp on last Wednesday and all report having had a fine time. 1 iie boys desire to return thanks to Dr. C. L\, and BETTER SHOES FOR MEN tidence of the county in this camp which iiess of my" ipiIlt'S.s is conducted by the Chautauqua County Y. W. C. A Miss Turner, county secretary will direct the camp assisted by Mi.<s Jones of the Jamestown A. W. C. A. Over fifty girls are enrolled from tlu following places; Westtield. Fredonia I be ieve that Inueh of ni depends upon the nro> neigtibors prosperity icy of my Store open Monday and Saturday evenings only Edgar T. Walch. through whost kindness Ripley, Mayvilie. Ashville 1'ortiaiid, Randolph and Oil City Jamestown in giving them the .v ground! I and building, the camp was possible General Secretary Phil Carling is coni fined to his room from being poisoned j with poison ivy while at camp. use of the Miss Jones is conducting the Bible hour eacli day. Mrs. A J. Gardiner of Fredonia is in charge of the basket class. Miss Gertrude Backus is the athletic di- "... . ,. . The Matron's Aid Society of the —A bake sale will tie j,iven Saturday , Grange will hold a bake sale next Saturafternoon by the ladies of the Grange at j t|ay afternoon at Morgenstern's meat Morgenstern's meat market. I market. Advertise in the Republican—it pays.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1916-07-26|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1916-07-26|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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