Westfield Republican, 1916-08-02
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©ti imttm Republican VOL. LXII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., K. Y., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 10K',. No. 20 THE NEW Central Pharmacy HORSE FOUND. BOARD OF EDUCATION LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. The Trail Got Too Hot For the Thieves and the Stolen Horse Was Liberated and Came Home. A Regular Meeting Was Held on July 25. 1916—Estimates Presented For the Ensuing Year. Share The horse stolen from the farm harn of Mrs. Jessie Cochrane, which is about five miles west of this village on the Main Road, rfturned alone Wednesday evening about 5 o'clock. The horse was stolen on the night of July 18th and evidently had been kept in the woods south of the farm, as it came from the hills, down the town line road of Westfield and Ripley. A regular meeting of the Board of Education was held Tuesday evening, July 25th, 1!H(>. at which the following trustees were present: President A. B. Ottaway, Mesdames Crandall and Minton, Messrs. Skinner and Flagler. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only Phone Night Pnonf We answer phone calis at other hours when necessary 33 Main Street. I'hone 2. 20 3 -J Three Competent and Capable Drag Dispensers to Attend to Yonr Drug Wants Minutes of the meeting held June 27th were read and approved. Social Functions for the Summer Summer is a season of social events, especially out-door parties, lawn fetes etc. There is usually a demand for decorations, paper napkins, etc. Our stock will furnish several things for such occasions. The Teachers' Committee reported that Miss Clara W. Keopka had been employed as teacher of German and English at a salary of $700. The horse had its halter on with the roap lead tied three tiroes through the halter ring and then fastened so the end of the rope would not trip the horse. That the horse had been tied somewhere out of sight is evident by the sores on the horse's head, nose and leg. The horse came out of, the woods about 4:30 that evening, and was caught by John Rollman on the D. K. Falvay farm. That evening the horse was tracked almost a mile into the woods, but on account of darkness the search for the place that it was hidden had to be given up. Thursday parties searched the woods and found the place. The Committee on Estimates presented the following report: Germicidal Soap Take Plenty of Films Decorative Papers Napkins Shelf Papers Fancy Belle Meade Candies Cigars Etc. Remember we make special prices on Wheet's Ice Cream in large quantities for receptions, parties, socials, etc. Sold in individual moulds. Either plain creams or combinations of creams, or French Creams either with or without decorations. Special moulds includes animals, fish, birds, flowers, fruit, figures' naval and military, lodge emblems, card parties, musical instruments, weddings, etc. "Wheet is to Ice Cream what Sterling is to Silver" Vacation days are kodak days. You will find it a satisfaction to have your kodak and some films along on all occasions. Oar films arrive once a week and are always Estimates For destroying disease germs Tht1 Board of Education presents the fol* lowing estimates for the School year 1916 and 1917. For skin troubles, barbers' itch, ring worm, etc. For Instruction, Teacher*' Wages.$18495.00 I .ess from Supervisor. .$2700.00 Less front Tuition 3000.00 Less from Training Class 700.00 Less from Agr'l Class.. 733.00 Less from B«i. of Regents 249.63 Lest Credit Balance.... 2280.37 For dandruff and scalp diseases Per cake 2oc. fresh t5G3.0i) Bath Caps For Poison Ivy To be raised by tax— For Instruction For Text Books For Fuel For Repairs For Janitor ij> 8832.00 Rexall Poison Ivy Lotion is a soothing and cooling application for poisoned surfaces. Price bottle 25c. Special Warm Weather Needs Toilet waters, bath supplies, shampoo, lotions, wiassage creams, talcums, foot soaps, headache remedies, thermos bottles, wax papers. 700.00 1000.00 1000.00 1200.00 52.50 Our stock has been renewed with the finest lot of bath cups yet seen here. Price 25c to 75c. The place where the horse was tied for a day or two was found on the east side of the Shipboy road, in Mrs. Cochrane's woods. The horse lost a shoe there, which was identified by Charles Jell, the blacksmith at Forsyth. The horse lost 145 pounds while gone. Insurance bonded debt Bonds Ansco Cameras and Photo Supplies We always have a satisfactory assortment of these goods on hands at lowest possible prices. due »lan. 1. 1917. Int. on Bonded l>ebt $'2000.00 l,es< Credit Distilled Water Bala net Less Kst Income w m. mated from Yorce $ 82.41 During this warm weather Phone Westfield 80 As a local mineral spring h;is been bottled in a bottle similar to the Vartray Crystal Water, some people seem to think that we do not sell distilled water. Our Crystal water is double distilled and protected by the company's seal on the stopper. Mineral water is worthless for batteries and most of the purposes for which distilled water i- used Fly Frenzied Cattle and Stock Use Hess Fly Chaser and Lesser's Cow Comfort There is a society in this village for the protection against horse thieving, of which D. K. Falvay is president! James E. Hall secretary, and S. F. Nixon treasurer. Mrs. Cochrane was not a member of the society, but was game and offered a reward of $50 for the horse, and officers of the association took hold of the case for her and put all their machinery in motion to get the horse and the thief. In as much as there has been sevenil horses stolen in VVestfieid the olli#®rs of the Association felt certain facts would justify them in holding John Doe proceedings. This was started by District Attorney Mearns on Wednesday by subpoenaing several parties whose names had been furnished by the society. The hearing was before Judge Prendergast Thursday and took most of the day, with an adjournment to a later date in order to get several important witnesses from a distance. It is the general opinion that some one got frightened by the activity of the association and turned the horstloose. The Association is a large one and very strong financially, and is willing to spend time and money to stamp out horse stealing. I-.'17.59 lUOO.nO 1400.00 For V For < Debt tional Apparatus i).7h For those Fruit Trees and Potatoes Riche's & Pivers Arsenate oj Lead and Paris Green Black Leaf "40" rniM l»\ ta\ f I-.-miction and other expenses J?Ir«'0U.in» Moved by Mr. Flagler that these estimates be presented at the annual school Firman (Si Company meeting. Moved l>y Mr. Flagler that the following t>e made on the Treasurer's 1'roni Taxes to Contingent fund. Tuition to Instruction, Carried Not a Cent . n K Unless vou are satisfied that U-WO transfers Conkev's" I'lv Knocker docs book $75f>. is, from Take out a can and trv i i or excessix e per* Pre work vent s ruining of clot hit Xot in The following for a year's supply of coal was received: Westfield Lumber & Coal Co., 100 tons more or less Lehigh yr;itcoal $(i.'10 pf*r ton, and 15(1 tons more or l'.-ss .1-1 lump eoal at $3.70 per ton, delivered in bin at High School building. The Kay-Stoolfer Co., 100 tons Lehigh grate coal, more or less, at $6.25 per ton, and 150 tons, more or less, Youghiogheny .'1-4 lump coal at $.'1.50 per ton, delivered in bin at High School building during school year 1916-17. If satisfactory costs <H)c and si a nous IVr bottle L'oc and oUc STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE ca n Rexall Orderlies French Olive Oil | Best for table or medicinal use. 10c and 2oe a | pjne flavor an,j absolutely fresh. la sealed one gallon cans as imported. S3.25. In quart bottles !>0e, pint Price restored box, with a temporary cut in quantity' until drug shortage is relieved. No cut in quality bottles 50c We have a few straws left that will be yours for just one half the original price Moved by Mr. Skinner that the bid of the Fay-Stoolfer Co. be accepted. Carried. THE The following bills were presented: W. 0. Strong, merchandise 3 It is reported that the Association will push the case just as strong as possible, as they think they are on the right track, and the trail got too warm for certain parties, who turned the horse loose. 86 3 21 L. S. Horning Co.. merchandise. Corner Drug Store $5.00 PANAMAS Buffalo Cedar Spray Co., cedar spray W'estfield Lumber & Coal Co., lum- 15 00 Reduced to $3.50 Several new members have- been admitted to the Association in the past few days and many more have expressed themselves as anxious to join they get the necessary fees. ber W'estfield Republican, printing, etc 8 25 13 50 Suprema Massage Cream and Suprema Cold Cream The Bemus Press, 600 annual cat- alogues, etc .. Ill 00 $151 85 Upon motion these bills were allowed and orders paid. Adjourned. Gets Promotion! Rank among the best preparations of their kind and the jars are of such generous size that purchases are necessary only at long intervals. - - Each in 5OC Jars $5.00 BANGKAKS Mr. George S. Nichols of The National Bank, has accepted a position with the National Bank of Fredonia, and begins his new work August 7th. G. S. Flagler, Clerk. Reduced to $3.25 A Curiosity Mr. Nichols entered The National Bank July 1st. 1910, just after graduation from the Westfield High School. He has been with the bank continuously since that time except for about two years when he was with the State Bank of Mayville. His six years of experience have made him thoroughly acquainted with every department of country banking both State and National, and thoroughly fitted him for greater responsibility. An auto presented to the United States government by the Saxton Company of Detroit for recruiting purposes, was in town Thursday and was inspected by a large number of our citizens, both young and old. It was equipped with Goodyear tires, had a Gilbert military bugle, and an automatic 23.6 calibre rapid firing gun, capable of shooting 420 times a minutes. It left during the afternoon going east. It was quite a curiosity to most of our citizens. EXO One of the best preparations for destroying the odor of prespiration - 25c Tube Boys' and Children's THE CORNER DRUG STORE. 50c Straw Hats 30c Mr. Nichols has made many friends. He will be missed, not only at the bank window and by the officers and employes of the bank, but by a large circle of friends and acquaintances in Westfield. He has not yet secured a house in Fredonia, but as soon as that can be done. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols will make their home there. Both are deeply interested in all the things which make for the best and highest life in a community. They are identified witn the Methodist Church here, and have been efficient workers in its different organizations. Westfield, New York. Licensed Pharmacist in charge. Annual Election of School Trustees. The annual election of School District No. 1. Town of Westfield. will be held at the High School building in said district 011 Wednesday. August 2nd, 1916, from 12 o'clock in. to 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing three trustees to serve for three years in the place of Catharine L. Crandail, Mary C. Minton and Williapn IS. Lindsay, whose terms of ollice then ex- VictrolaLS ©Lfid GrafaLnola-s Entertain the Whole Family and are Sold on Easy Payment Plan Get Your Outing Togs Here il We are showing the largest anil Carnahan Brothers & Shearer Mr. Nichols is a member of the Hand, the Fire Department, the Y. M. C. A, the l>ire, S. FI.aci.KK, Clerk Board of Education. most up-to-date line of niaehines Epsilon Pi, and is treasurer ef the School Board. Westfield's loss is Fredonia's gain and the good wishes of the whole community will go with Mr. and Mrs. Nichols in their new undertaking. They are confident that Mr. Nichols' energy, integrity, ability and character will win for him in Fredonia, as it has in Westfield, an enviable [jiai'e in the life of the communiky. Dated July 10, 1916. and records ever shown in West- Clothiers and Furnishers Westfield, N. Y. Poor Bob—Again. field. Over 2100 records. Come Bob Frankin, along with a party of other good fishermen, had a big morning last Thursday. He arrived at the fishing ground all right but when there, cast overboard two breakfasts and three dinners. Even tins afforded small relief and he cried for sh'ore and native land. When landed, he clutched the gravelly beach to Ilia bosom ami cried for joy "Hereafter," Sole Agents for Emerson and Florsheim Shoes in and see what we have «>r drop BETTER SHOES FOR MEN us a card' and we will mail you the August Catalogue oi liee>>rds Mothers' Club which go f»n sale the —Silt Store open Monday and Saturday evenings only l'he first of the series of the Mothers Club veranda parties given by the Mothers Club will be held at the Association House on Friday afternoon, Aug. 4th, at Bob says "1 fish from a dock. I'm no Overton & Hall, Jewelers, Westfield (ierman subinui inc. o'clock. All members of the club are requested to come and bring a friend. Later:—Bob is under the care of Dr. Putnam. Bulletins will be issued every quarter hour. Advertise in the Republican—it pays.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1916-08-02|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1916-08-02|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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