Westfield Republican, 1917-09-19
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m ltlcstficli» Republican VOL. LXIII. WBSTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 19, 1917. No. 27 PARTIAL LIST PASTOR IS CALLED. LAMB & COWAN, m <SSS 5130 y30r Clothcraft Blue Serges Clothcraft come in regular Sack Coats. 1-2 belt, The best Blue Serge on the market for 3 4 belt, belt all around, f O CA «he money. C| B kfl single and double breasted..Price. Herbert Hoover Has Asked That He May Have the Services of the Rev. Alexander Thompson For Six Weeks. THE DRUGGISTS. Of Men Selected for Military Service From Local Board for Chautauqua County, District No 2 Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calis at other hours when necessary. The following list of men called for military service by the Local Board for County of Chautauqua, District No. 2,have been duly passed upon by the proper Local and District Board and are hereby certified as selected for military service and not exempted or discharged: On last Friday the Rev. Alexander Thompson, the energetic and efficient pastor of the First Presbyterian church, received the following telegram from Herbert Hoover and left on Sunday afternoon About that New Trio In WESTFIELD Clothingdom 33 Main Street. Phone 2. Our Boys In Camp i Self Starters Are sending home some good pictures made with their $6.00 Vest Pocket Kodaks. Don't forget an outfit with the ones who are going next. Our Saalz Dollar Fountain Pen is It is self-filling The best dollar H The first 69 men on this list will lsave Sunday, September 30th, and the nt-xt 69 Kill follow on the morning of October 3rd. a ready writer, and non-leakable school pen. Peters. Clifford. Westtield Delia Robbia Initials l.'iii llurlev Marian, Ripley The C. B. & S. Trio 455 Boltz. Win. 11. Portland Hi Barber, Roy Westfield 8 12 21 12 Correspondence Cards and 12 Sheets of Paper with initials in gold and gray, and 24 Envelopes for 35c. Good Paper and artistic engraving. $18.50 - $20 - $22.50 620 Sabo, Antal, Sherman 49.") Holthotise 107 Wolnik Peter, P. roc ton 27 .369 Marsh. William, Sherman HO tilt) Eddy, John A., Ashville 31 775 Edmunds, Forrest, Sherman 34 4n0 Wcatherup, Yerner, Westfield 35 692 Parker, Bert, Mayville 36 Sit) Schruers, Walter, Clymer 38 F)07 Wallen, Otto, Cassadaga 40 .VIS Disalvo, Calagero, Sherman 40 924 Ransom Robert. Watts Flatts 49 014 Henderson, Vern on. Mayville 51 Jesse,, Clymer In buying Suits and Overcoats for this Trio we were very careful and mighty particular to get only the best —in fact, so particular that the Clothing Salesmen said that we were cranks; but we had it in mind to get "what's what" and we got it, and now we offer to you the very newest—the very best. The Cream Good Housekeeping Of the fall fiction is being added almost daily to our circulating library. Books by Wells, Farnol, Norris, Richmond, Hough, Hughes, and others have arrived. Places the star of quality on Good Luck can rubbers. Don't risk your fruit and vegetables with old rubbers. Good Luck kind cost only 10c a dozen. Fall and Winter Suits and Ovcrcoats at $18.50, $20, 10 Johnson, Paul, Ripley 031 Neckers, Harry, Sherman 331 Frazier, Clyde, Westtield 797 Begir, Alin, Clymer Three legally qualified drug dispensers take care of your drug needs here $22.50. (C. B. & S. Trio). REV. ALEXANDER THOMPSON The nifty, natty, snappy suits for the young fellows and the more conservative styles and patterns for the man who has quieter tastes. 536 Hitchcock, Geo., Westtield 65 432 Vendetti, Albert, Sum.die. 67 .484 Hoosier, Eugene, Ashville 71 so as to be present at the conference on Monday. Westfield is certainly on the map, as this is the second man that Mr. Hoover has asked to assist in this great work, Mr. Wilson Lawrenson, sales manager of the Welch Grape Juice company, having been drafted for service last week: THE (301 Burns, Walter, Brocton Corner Drug Store THE COLORS — Green-mixed, blue-mixed, graymixed, brown-mixed. Why, the finest kind of varieties. THE STYLES—Half belts, three-quarter belts, belts all around; single or double breasted; all the very newest.103 Hout, Carl. Westtield 146 Baker, Gordon Westtield 395 Bradley, Rollic, Findley Lake 77 tittf5 Saxton, George, Clymer 7S Licensed Pharmacist in Charge 46 Willink, Roy, Clymer 099 Howard, Harvey, Stockton Washington, D. C, Sept. 13, 1917. The Rev. Alexander Thompson, 223 Taylor, Ralph, Corry, Pa 772 Eggert, Albert, Westfield Westfield, N. Y. Why not "give them the once over?" 721 Cali, John, Westfield U. S. Food Administration proposes to meet critical situation by intensive national campaign education. Urgently need a number of the ablest men to assist for six weeks in preparing and carrying through a campaign among every family in the Union. Will your trustees release you for this period to assist in organizing Hobsons Rat and Roach Paste 419 Brown, Hugh, Hartficld 786 Bemis, William. Clymer 1292 Clark, Earl, Westfield 983 Shearer. Karl. Westfield 966 Light Roy, Westfield 298 Kehrli Adolph, Ripley 075 Sack. Walter, Westfield 1294 Christy, E , Ripley 355 Johnson, Alvin, Portland 1114 Barger Everett, Dewittville promotive effort, possibly WesterH New York. If so, wire whether you can come to Washington for conference Monday. The Food Administration will defray expenses. Should you find it impossible to dive tour to six weeks please wire period for which you are available. 137 111 145 1 W 15(1 K>11 Colt. Karl, Brocton 081 Sheldon. Lore Is one of the most satisfactory preparations of its kind. It contains the percentage of phosphorous necessary to do effective work. t)77 Ryon, Carlton, Portland Clymer • 525 Spinker, Clarence, Corry, Pa 111< Brumagin, Myrl. \\ e.-tlicKl 702 Belknap. Glenn, Ciymer 11:12 Erb, Elmer, Brocton Herbert Hoover. 140 Ives, Arthur, Findley Lake 1054 Day, Charles. Westfield i>38 Bennink, Lavcrn. Clymer 10ii2 Neckers, George, Clymer 104 li)7 172 173 Red Cross Special. Last week a call was made for quart Same Old Price, 25c 200 Keopka. Roy, \\ estiield 1141 Anzaloni, V., W estiield 1314 Fungrownc Nick, Portland, 175 177 17* berry baskets for the use of the Red Cross. This is the plan to raise funds: Mrs. A. L. Dewar wiil take charge of selling grapes at the stations of this town and wants the baskets for containers. She. also needs young ladies to sell the grapes, also grapes donated by growers. Any young lady 335 Trump Andrew, West field 1430 Boyland. Tom, Portland 10U7 Hess, Daniel, Westfield ISC 181 187 If yon are in need of help with Double or Single Rigs, notify the Big 19. 391 Stroebel Herman, Mayville 704 Palermo, Anthony, Westfield 198 1617 Gabriel, Edward, Clymer 208 G Dahlberg, A. C. Brocton z 212 664 Ossman, Paul, Westfield 214 1SS that can help will notify Mrs. Dewar at once. Here is a chance for the farmer friends of the Red Cross and the soldiers to bring in a large basket of nice fruit to be sold. If every grower will notify Mrs. Dewar how many grapes he will donate, she will list the same and keep in touch with him so as to have some sjstem in aonnection with the amount needed every day and when to bring them In. The grape season is here, so let everyone get busy and help to raise needed funds for the Red Cross. The quart baskets may be left at the Y. W. C. A. or at Mrs. F. W. Crandall's on North Portage street. If yon think yon will want Coal, see 957 Valvo, M. L., Westfield 345 Johnson, Frk., Sherman 1595 Graves, Frank, Mayville 1102 Howard. Allen, Stockton 217 220 221 226 the Big 19. If yon are coins to raise crops, I have good Straw 15-4 Wright, Donald, Dewittville 230 1256 Ncwburg, Ludwig, Sherman 235 1073 Provenzoms, F., Westfield 236 30 Kooman, Clifford, Clymer 237 388 McKenzie, Claude, Mayville 239 1423 Brooks, John, Westfield 240 773 Edwards, William, Mina 241 383 Meabon, Willis, Sherman 248 1166 Maleski, Walter, Clymer 249 1346 McGrath, Thos., Brocton 253 257 Robertson, H. P., Mayville 257 222 Taylor, Tracy, Ripley 259 700 Palmer, Stephen, Stockton 202 1250 Newell, Warren, Sherman 263 297 Kehrli, Phillip, Ripley 265 707 Spangualo, Jos., Westfield 209 1425 Bronson, Walter, North East 270 Mannre for sale* owMimt Tk*Bi«n<(niinMm Light Weight Overcoats. Cool evenings demand them. Trench models and the conservative Chesterfields in the famous Knit-Tex Coats, $15 to $20. New Hats. Snappy styles, and the variety of colors are here in great array for men and young men, $2 to $3.50. For Anto Hire call np the Big 19. THE BIG 19 Market St. Forced Sale of Eight Autos. The Citizens Bank of Westfield will sell to highest bidder on Saturday, Sept. 22, 1917, at 2 p. m., at Main Street Garage, Westfield, new and used cars: Three Chevrolets, 2 Reos, 1 Oldsmobile, 1 Maxwell and 1 Merion. Cars on exhibition now. R. D. POWERS Caps that are the neatest we have ever displayed. The new shapes are great. $1 and $150. 1101 Howard, Charles Westfield 273 950 Hage, James, Westfield 277 920 Randall, Alonzo, Clymer 278 OTjO Owens Fred, Ctymer 281 814 Schurmann, Orin H„ Clymer 283 1097 Howe, John, Mayville 288 1191 Nieman, George, Ripley 2-89 1234 Lupean, Vernon, Mayville 290 1537 Hipwell, Harold, Westfield 290 1474 Blanding. Glenn, Westfield 297 292 Laporto Sam, Westfield 300 822 Sclofini, Peter, Brocton 301 1205 Farrain, Ralph, Westfield 304 1510 Douglas, Archie, Stockton 305 477 Weise Wesley, Mayville 314 1179 Culver, Everett, Ashville 310 130 Tenhuisen, Fred, Clymer 318 424 Johnson. Allenc., Ripley 322 1347 McGrath, Edward, Brocton 324 1022 Jones, John, Sherman 3' Luce, Russell, Ripley Special For This Saturday Boy's Clothing 1035 Neckers, Chas., French Ck., 358 1554 Digati Samuel Portland &>4 1401 Carling, Philip, Westfield 305 1173 Curtis, Louis, Westfield 375 331 Tryon, Harry, Sherman -576 1108 Dascomb, Clair, Westfield 377 492 Way, Norton, Mavville 378 901 Locke, Lesley, Clymer 349 Johnson. Emmett, Ripley 388 1407 Abrani, Floyd, Brocton 391 875 Rexford, George, Westfield 395 S71 Rhebergen, Clarence Clymer 401 1341 Foti, Joseph. Westfield 402 1043 Musso, Joseph, Westfield 404 1520 Munhaii, William. Portland 407 506 Walters, Raymond, Clymer 414 1588 Green, Benjamin M., Mayville 415 877 Remington, Paul, Sherman 420 935 Manning, Arthur. Mayville 425 1472 Blakeslee, John, Westfield 431 1004 Hewes, George R., Mayville, 433 If you don't like Candy, try some of our Fudge. It is aure to please your appetite. Come in and get a pound. While this has been a very hard year to get boy's clothing, we are indeed proud of our showing of New Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats. Chocolate Marshmallow Fudge Vanilla Almond Fudge Maple Walnut Fudge Honey Almond Fudge Special at 25c a pound Boys, you just bring mother in to see them. Made with 30 per cent Cream Shoes for Men and Boys That are Real Shoes—Emerson's, Florsheim's, Endicott- Johnson's. Remember, we will have something Special every Saturday Westfield Candy Kitchen No ■A*"1" 3:12 Removal Notice. 524 Spitzer, Clarence, Clymer 333 1517 Dornberger, Clar., Mayville 337 1357 McCarty, William, Westfield 342 49 Jones, Arthur, Clymer 343 8 Johnson, Raymond, Portland 344 082 Dye, Henry, Stockton 351 1404 Bills, Louis, Brocton 353 781 Bennett, Aura, Brocton 350 14l>> Brunson, Wright, Moons 357 Dog Licenses- After this date my office will be at 27 Main street, second floor, in the Wiser block. Office hours from 1 to 6 p. m. Evenings and Sundays by appointment. Residence 'phone, 56-R. The dog licenses and tags arrived last week and can now be secured at the office of the Town Clerk. The price is $2.25 for males and $3.25 for females. H. W. Thompson, Town Clerk. Local Board for Division No. 2, County of Chautauqua, State of New York. OUTH/FRSanb furnishers WESTFIELD, N. Y A. P. Dibble, Doctor of Optometry, Westfield N. Y, Store open Monday and Saturday evenings only Leon E. Button, Chairman S. C. Crandall, Clerk. —Pigs for sale. Fred Wilkins.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1917-09-19|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1917-09-19|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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