Westfield Republican, 1917-02-21
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lite tfifstfielb Krpnbliran VOL. LXII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. T., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1917. No. 49 THE NEW Central Pharmacy WHILE HOME BURNS IS BADLY FROZEN LAMB & COWAN, THE'DRUGGISTS.I Dunkirk Man Is Robbed of Five Thousand Dollars at Time of a Fatal Fire. Section Hand in Serious Condition —May Have to Amputate. 9%m «nfriff< Mat* g N Y A L Nigh' M;one 2oo*J Dunkirk. Feb. 16.-With his feet and hands badly frozen Joseph Ciepvia, a section hand employed by the Pennsylvania railroad at Clyraer, was brought to the Dunkirk Hospital yesterday for treatment It may be necessary to amputate his feet Dunkirk, Feb. 16.—Andrew Katulski of Armadillo street whose wife was fatally burned at the family home several weeks ago, has started a John Doe proceeding in municipal court in an effort to determine what became of gold to the amount of 92,500 and a bank deposit certificate in the amount of $2,350, which disappeared at the time of that tragic accident Night and emergency phone Nu 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We ancwer phone call* at other hours when neceeeary. Phone 2. Phone 80 33 Main Street. QUALITY Sunday Hours 12 to 1.15 p. m. Other Hours When Necessary Last Monday night Clepvia and a companion began to walk from Clymer to Cony, Pa., with the temperature 15 degrees below zero. They became separated and Ciepvia lost his way and wandered about in the storm for several hours before flbding shelter. His companion got back to camp little the worse for his experience. Ciepvia is a Servian, about 30 years old. You're the Judge Why Hobble? Here's a Corn Cure. Take home one of our Boston Safety Fountain Pens and use it ten days. If you find it what we claim, pay for it. If it does not suit, return it. We'll leave it all to you. There are several features that belong to the Boston pen exclusively. We can fit any hand, for we have just received a six dozen shipment. $2.50 up. The testimony before Judge Fox yesterday afternoon showed the valuables had been kept in a tin box and hidden under a mattress. When Mrs. Katulski's clothing caught fire from the kitchen stove she ran into the bedroom and rolled among the bedding, setting it afire. The firemen were soon on the scene and extinguished the fire. Mrs. Katulski died at the hospital from her burns. When Mr. Katulski hunted for the money and the deposit certificate they were nowhere to be found. The money was mostly in German gold. There certainly is no need for you to endure the pain caused by «orns. Take off your corns with NYAL'S CORN REMOVER. It is the best corn remedy we know of and we are sure there are plenty of people in this community think as we do. Try it and be convinced. Be Immune from Colds BURGLAR SET FIRE. Avoid complications that may result from a neglected cold by using LAXACOLD TABLETS. They are pleasant to take and in no way harmful. Good Water Bottles Save Your Discount Noise He Made Led fo Detection of Blaze—Put Out in Time to save Home. Are a joy and a comfort, but the poor ones lead to profanity. Our Wearever bottles are seamless and are guaranteed for two years Price $1.25 to $1.75 We redeem our cash register checks in lots of $5, with five per cent, in extra goods. It pays to pay cash, if you buy here. Photographic Work MORE NEWS! In connection with our camera service we maintain a 48 hour service in Developing and Printing. Bring your films here. CYKO PAPER, the prize-winning photographic paper, on sale here. Duukirk' Feb. 14.—While Mrs. Luther Blood was at work on the second floor of the family residence on West Fifth Street yesterday afternoon she heard a noise down stairs. On going down to investigate she discovered a fire in a clothes closet just off the lower hallway. After extinguishing the blaze, she.found the lower rooms had been thoroughly ransacked and a quantity of clothing and silver ware stolen. A side window showed how the burglar had made his escape. An Item of Interest Pertaining to One of Our Local "Pencil Pushers." Our Lending Library Pound Stationery VINOL, the Modern Tonic Solves the problem of corres Established over ten years ago has the new books as soon as issued. We have duplicated copies of all popular titles. No membership fee. Book fee 5c a week each. dence expense. Our Lord Baltimore Linen, 90 sheets to the lb., is fine for all social purposes and costs but 29c. Envelopes 10c Has been on the market for years and recommended by thousands as an especially efficient tonic for old people, weak women and delicate children. For chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis and in genera! where a good tonic is needed. Westfield, Feb. 19.—[Special ]—George Minton has traded his Stutz Sport car for a Curtis Aeroplane. It was through the generosity of Henry Lockwood and Robt. J. Franklin that Mr. Minton came into the possession of the Stutz car. Henry was hard up for news one week and in order to get his "Bingville Bugle" column filled he had to resort to drastic measures. You see with skeeing and skating Henry's "nose for news" has been considerably dulled by his frequent flops thereon. Nevertheless, we think that under the careful guidance of Bob Franklin that within the course of six or seven years there will be no question but what Henry will be able to got a job as office bcr on the "Daily Hammer." The Penny-a-Liner sure does have a hard time of it. for pack Trading Stamps He had evidently been searching in the closet with a lighted match when he heard Mrs. Blood descending the atairs. In throwing away the match it caught on an overcoat and set afire. Poultry Mustard The only drug store in Westfield giving them. Don't be satisfied with any imitation. We lead—others follow. Is no new article. We have sold it for over two years with good repcrts. Keeps fowls in vigorous, paying condition. 1 1-2 lb. lb. boxes 40c; 3 lbs. 75c; 10 lbs. $2. All Telephone Subscribers Received last week a 25c coupon good with 25c cash for a 50c bottle of Schiffman's Expectorant A pint of cough syrup tor 50c, if you come in quickly. Firmar\ Company New Hampshire Vs. New York. To the Editor of the Westfield Republican: "Come on, you poultry enthusiasts." "It Pleases Us to Please You" We're coming; we're coming; £gg records on hand. Have Just Received a Carload of On the hills of New Hampshire, We now take our stand. Make This Your Shirt Store We would suggest that if Henry ever expects to become a member of the "Ananias Club" that he will have to come stronger than automobiles. Have a few wolves come across the ice or anything to get away from that Small Time stuff which is hatched up in the fertile brain (???) of R. J. Eight grade or scrub pullets verging on Rhode Island Red began laying January Sth and laid 109 eggs in the remaining 27 d<iys of the month. This makes a daily laying average of 50.5 for the 27 days. The last ten days of the month' the eight birds laid 49 eggs, a daily average of 61.2. Henry Ward Beatcher. Hanover, N. H. New Overlarvds No matter how exacting you may bo, you wiil have no fault to find with the Styles, Variety or Quality of our Shirts. Consisting of By following the above suggestions we can assure him a membership in the World's Reporter Club; otherwise, he will have to remain at his present level—a common dub on the Perkins Corners Gazette and Police Reporter for Franklin's Sewing Circle. Willy's Six $1325 Overland Six $985 Country Club $750 You'll find here the best and newest from Shirtland: New patterns, new color schemes, and correct styles; Shirts of any material you may prefer, any color or any style. Westfield Girl Honored. On Tuesday morning at the meeting of the County Institute, Professor L. W. Swain presented Lauralee Skinner with a silver medal for proficiency in spelling. The medal comes from the State of New York and was won by her as winner of the Chautauqua County Spelling Bee, held at Chautauqua on June 16. The following letter from the State Commissioner.Charles S. Wilson accompanied the medal:— Percale, Madras, Crepe, Silk; these are but a.few of the many materials. Stripes, figured designs, or plain colors. All sizes in any sleeve length. Soft or laundered cuffs. Guaranteed fit, color and wear. Cor. We hope you will come in and look these models over. Every one iff great value. The Couutry Club Roadster invites your inspection. And by the way, this is the only one of this popular model that the Overland Company would promise us. So come early. WIDOW FOUND DYING. <75C, $1.25 and Up Mrs- Hannah Bonner, Discovered Senseless and Freezing, Expires in Hospital. Miss Lauralee Skinner. Berger Garage Co., Inc. We'll be pleased to show you anything you care to see in Shirta. Come in. Westfield, Chautauqua Co. N. Y. Jamestown, Feb. IS-Mrs. Hannah Bonner was found unconscious and partly frozen on the floor of her home at 609 Spring street yesterduy at noon. She died three hours later at the Jones Memorial hospital. She was 92 years old, and resided alone. My dear Miss Skinner On behalf of the New York State Fair Commission, I wish to congratulate you on your success as winner of the Chautauqua County Spelling Bee, but more than this I congratulate you on your proficiency in spelling i'self, a proficiency which at the present day is not only a valuable asset, but an indication of general efficiency and, as well, an essential element of cultare that is wotthy of commendation. W. H.THOMPSON Make a business of business Study in a good school The fires were out in her house, and the :«mperature was near the zero mark. Erie Business College Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Mrs. Bonner was the widow of James Bonner, Civil war veteran, musician and old-time printer. Coroner P, F. Illston is expected to order an investigation. The value of the contest in which you and your friends have recently participated may seem appparent to you now, but I believe that in future years it will have for you a still deeper significance. Store Open Monday and Saturday Evenings Only 12 West 9 th Street Erie, Pa. Chance for Young Men. Believe me to be your sincere friend and well-wisher. Very truly yours, Charles S. Wilson, Commissioner. Congressman Charles M. Hamilton wishes to announce that a preliminary examination for the purpose of selecting a candidate and two alternates for appointment to West Point and a candidate and two alternates for appointment to Annapolis, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 24th, at Jamestown by Prof. M. J. Fletcher. All young men residents of the 43rd Congressional District between the ages of 17 and 22 are eligible to take the examination for appointment to West Point, and between the ages of 16 to 20 in the case of Annapolis. Candidates desiring to compete in these examinations should notify Prof. Fletcher at once. 0\ir Jewelry Store THE Civic League Election. Corner Drug Store The Civic League of Westfield has elected the following officers for the coming year: President, George W. Sawin; vice president, Edgar T. Welch; secretary, Henry F. Alber; treasurer, Album E. bkinner; H. L. Munson, member executive committee. Will be located across the street, at the corner of Elm and Main streets, next to Morgt-nstern's Meat Market. We have received new Victrolas. Grafanolas, Recoids and Needles since the fire. Call and .see us. Overton & Hall, Jewelers THREE FEATURE NIGHTS Dike's Eye Water At Main Street Theater This Week, With May Murray on Saturday Evening. Westfield, N. Y. Market Street Theatre —Farnham's orchestra of Brocton, augmented by Walter Backman, flute, and Mr. Anderson, trombone, has been engaged to accompany the Wm. Fox photo drama Thursday at The New Theatre. An unusual good program of feature photo plays is billed at Main Street Theater for the balance of the week and are as follows: A valuable application for weak and inflamed eyes, and inflamed and granulated lids. Antiseptic and Soothing 5.00 REWARD —Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne in the leading roles of Grenfall Lorry and Princess Petive, in "Graustark," cleverly interpret their parts. Edna Mayo, Bryant Washburn, ErneqfcMaupain, Thos. Cummerford, Helen Dunbar and Harry Dunkinson all take important parts in an exceptionally strong cast. See this marvel of photo play production Saturday at the New Theatre. Wednesday, Feb. 21—A Paramount, Marie Doro in a picturization of Sardon's great international drama, "Diplomacy." LOST—Several years ago, a large leather Record Book of the Presbyterian church, possibly left in some office or store. I will pay $5.00 for the return of the same to the Republican Office. Friday, Feb. 23—Metro. Irene Fen wick, in "The Child of Destiny." Saturday, Feb. 24—Paramount. Mae Murray in "To Have and to Hold." Great. THE CORNER DRUG STORE Coming! Westfield's favorite, Mary Pickford, as "Poor Little Peppina," Wednesday, Feb. 28th. F. B. BREWER Westfield. New York. Licenaed Pharmacist in charge.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1917-02-21|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1917-02-21|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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