Westfield Republican, 1918-01-09
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Ilie ttestfielfi Kepubliran No. 42 WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. T., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1918 VOL. LXIII. LAMB & COWAN, WESTFlELD MAN HONORED. ! FRUIT GROWERS' MEETING. J. F. Daley & Co. Westfield at the New York Prin- Annual Meeting of tbe Chautaucipals' Association and Prof Allen Pe-elected President. THE DRUGGISTS. qua & Lake Erie Fruit Growers' Assn. at Westfield, Saturday, Jan. 12, at Grange Hall. 9:30 a. m.—Meeting of town vice presidents and officers. 43 Main Street Westfield, N. Y. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. VVe answer phone calis at other hours when necessary. One of the most important annual meetings of the Academic Principals of the State of New York is held each year at Syracuse during the mid-year holiday vacation. This important meeting of. teachers lasts three days, one day of which the agricultural teachers of the State hold their annual meeting. During the past year the president of the Agricultural Association was Harold B. Allen, instrucior of the agricultural department of the Westfield high school. It is not customary for one man to hold office more than one year, but Mr. Allen conducted the affairs of the association with such ability that he was re-elected to the presidency for a second term. Some of the actions taken by the association that might be of interest to the j public were as follows: Resolutions were passed concerning the relation pt high school agriculture to the world war and the standard of agricultural teachers during the present crisis. It was voted that a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to every teacher of agriculture throughout the State after the President and governors of the States have been informed concerning them. A copy of these resolution* will b<» printed in a subsequent issue of The Republican. Definite steps were taken to perfect a more powerful organization of the agricultural instructors of the State in order to further promote the eause of agricultural education and to look after the needs and interests of the teachers themselves. Many interesting and helpful addresses were very much appreciated by the agricultural men of the State, particularly one by Mr. Wilson-Lawrensen, of this place, on "Food Saving for the Allies by Substitution," and a talk on "Enlarging the Opportunities of the Country School, given by Mr. Pierce, instructor of agriculture at Chautauqua, as well as an address by Dr. Carl E. Ladd, Director of Agricultural Education at Albany, who gave a very clear account of the Smith-Hughes Act. The speaker emphasized the fact that this act is one of the greatest factors towards the spread of agricultural information that has ever existed in the histor> of the agricultural movement. 33 Main Street. Phone 2 1:30 p. m. --Meeting called to order. Address by the President, D. K. Falvay. Emerson Records 1:45 p. m. - Report of the Secretary, A. M. Loomis. Mr. Loomis will address the meeting on the work of the New York State Food Commission, especially pertaining to fruits. Chilblain Cure Like Nutmeg Graters Old Doctor Jones' remedy has been | describes one's hands these Janupopular for half a century. Wejarvdavs Use Elitine, the n01*" prepare it from the original formu-i greasy lotion, for softening and la and sell it at 15c. Chilblain soothing the skin. Or if a cold troubles are plenty just now. Try | cream is wanted, we have every it notable kind. On Jan. 15th all Emerson price to 35c each, 3 for $1. Records advance 2:00 p. m — Election of officers. After the election of officers the order of business is as follows: Buy all you want and givQ us your special orders so as to arrive before that date at the old price of 25c each. Address, "Fertilization," by Prof. F. E. Gladwin of Fredonia. Fertilization is one of the most serious problems confronting the growers of fruit and other crops, and Prof. Gladwin will give us some very valuable information so much needed at Vest Pocket Kodaks Colgate's Soap The one with the rapid anastigmat Colgate's popular Bath Soap in a lens has been scarce. We now new size at 10c a cake, 25c for a have a stock, just received on our „ . , last summer order. Price $12. box fhree. Colgate q y Regular lens, $7. good value at this price. 10c and music to New Sheet Music received each week, up. We will prepay charges on records or out-of-town customers. WATCH FOR OUR JANUARY present, Address. "What of the Grape Industry." Prof. A. N. Taylor. Westfield. As one_of the largest growers in the ibelt, Mr. Taylor is well qualified to present a true picture of the industry. CLEARANCE SALE War Saving Stamps Help your country win by buying War Savings Stamps with your odd change. We are authorized agents for having and Thrift Stamps. Stock always on hand, with full information. We also give them in exchange for our cash register tickets for $6.25 in tickets we give you a 25c stamp. Start today. Store closes 6:30 P. M., except Monday and Saturday Resolutions will be presented for consideration and discussion on "The Township School Law." "National Prohibition as Effecting the Grape Industry," and is "Grape Juice a Food Product and an Essential."evenings Sewer Commissioners Question Box during the afternoon, Prof. F. Z Hartsell will be present to assis: with the meeting. Wearever Water Bottles Our Circulating Library are giving satisfaction wherever has helped to pass many cold, used. They are moulded in one wintry days. All the new fiction piece, no seams to open up and as soon as issued is our distingmade trom good live rubber, uishing service Of the more pop- Guaranteed with ordinary care for ular books we have several copies, two year's service. Price $1.50 Fee, 3c each book a week. No up. Other makes from $1 up. limit as to number loaned. Meeting called to order by E. D. Harrington, chairman. Preseiit: Crandall, Hall and Harrington. On motion the following bills were approved and orders drawn: POLISHING CLOTH Every grower should be interested enough to take a half day off and attend this meeting. The officers are doing all they can to protect the fruit industry, but feel that the time has come when the growers should put their shoulders to the load and help lift. The meeting is open and free to every one. Wm. Ford, salary 25 00 Sam Ricili, labor Douglas Bros, supplie". Patrick Ma her, M. H. T. & C 10 00 13 48 3<> 00 Unequaled for use on Gold, Silver or Nickel Nellie O. Dubois, interest ... - Peekskill Savings Bank, interest E D. McLean, interest _ ... J.A.Lewis interest — C A. H. Smith, interest •12 SO (>3 75 100 26 85 00 637 50 Perfectly harmless, removes tarnish, restores lustre,produces quick and effective results. OUTLINE OF LESSONS gram. H. B Rogers. 1-2 30 p. m. Fruit diseases. Part II. C D. K. Falvay. President, A. M. Loomis, Secretary. Isabel Morell, interest 42 50 "hupp B. M. Slretton, interest Condon & McAvoy ... 21 25 21 25 For the Farm Demonstration School at High" School Agricultural Rooms. 2.30-4 p. m. Soil moisture, F.. 0. Fip- Your money refunded if not satisfactory. J. V. D. McAvoy, interest Excelsior Savings Bank; 4 bonds and interest - - pin 21 25 Notice. Thursday, Jan. 10 4743 75 Please taite notice that the annual me«ninff of the stockholders of the E. D. Gear Mfg. Co.. Inc.. will be held in the Masonic rooms, over J. H. Kinney's store, in the Village of Westtield. County of Chautauqua, State of New York, on the 15th day of January, 1918, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing directors fur the ensuing year and inspectors of election, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought i before the meeting. The stock transfer • books will remain closed for the ten days preceeding the meeting. Dated this 3rd day of January. 1918. L. C. WOKTHINGTON, 9-10.30 a Land drainage, E. O. After using one of these Polishing Clothes you will surely wonder how you ever kept your silver bright without it. Have one always at hand and note the improvement in the appearance of your silver. Adjourned, The Cornell Farm Demonstration School which was scheduled for January 7 11, is now in progress at the Agricultural Dept of the High School. Three days of this week still remain. If you haven't yet attended. start today and make use of that part of the program which is still to come. Prof. E. 0. Fippin begins his work this (Wednesday) afternoon. Every farmer io this vicinity, especially any who attended last year's school, knows the value of Pr f. Fippin's work, as well as the interesting way in which he presents his Pippin J. A. Riley, Clerk 10 30-12 a Fruit peases. Part III. C. Ohupp. 1-2.30 p. in 2 30-4 p in Cliupp. Mrs. Charles E. biles. Lime, E. 0. Fippin. Fruit diseases, Part IV, C. Lenora Adell Giles was horn at Clarksville, N. Y.. Feb: 28. 1859. and died at Findley Lake Dec. 19, 1917, after an illness of a few days' duration She was united in marriage to Charles E. Giles Nov. 28. 1878. by Rev. H. N. Cornish. Friday. Jan. 11 9-10 30 a. m. Question box on fruit diseases, C. Chupp. 10 30-12 a. m. The maintenance of humus in fruit farming. E 0. Fippin. Hearing Will Be in Buffalo. Supervisor McGinnies has succeeded in having the time and place of the hearing before the Public Service Commission on the petition of the receiver of the 13. &. L E. trolley company for permission to increase the rate of fare to 2 1 -2c per mile, changed from Albany to Buffalo. This will be a decided advantage to those who may wish to attend the hearing and it is likely that all the towns which granted the company special franchise privileges will have representatives at the hearing to protest against the increased rates. The date of the hearing has not yet been set. but it will be in the near future. Fungicides; preparatio* Mrs. Giles was a faithful member of the Baptist church and always generous on all occasions when help was needed. Besides the husband she leaves her mother, Mrs. Orcelia Boorman; a son, Bert, at home; a daughter, Mrs. Elsie Van Slyke, of Cornwall on-the Hudson, N. Y., and two brothers, Arthur Chapman, of Gowanda, and Frank, of Westfield. 1 -2 30 p. m, and application 2.IUI 4 p. m. Summary, E. 0. Fippm. Price 35c Overton & Hall material Monday. Jan. 7 Another View. Secretary 9.30-10.00 a. m. Outline of the course H. E. Barrus. To the Editor Westfield Republican Dear Sir:-I must speak whether any will listen or not. Referring to the address delivered on Sunday morning in the Presbyterian church, how can any loyal American or Britisher approve it? To quote: "Cutting all the sinews in one's back does not assist in lifting the burden." "The mistake lay in reckoning beforehand with the dark possibilities that lay across the road, anticipating, discounting them. They were all a part of the plan, and one could not alter them. Better husband strength and joy to meet them, than to dissipate courage by dwelling on them. And, as Bacon said: "Don't think to command the end if you cannot endure the means " And another: "The advantage of going in the dark is that you do not see how dangerous is the way. Any j person of experience knows that this is I literally true; we go in the dark where we | could not go by daylight, | Grand : Theatre f 10-11 a.m. Outlook for orcharding. R Price-Foster. W. Rees. Married, at the home of the bride's •parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chase Price, of l Pittsfield. Pa., their daughter, Kathryn, to Frank Foster, of Wellsville, N. Y . by Rev. J. A. Lyons of Youngsville. Mr. and Mrs. Foster left on the New York Central for a short wedding trip. They will be at home to their many friends Jan. 1st. 1918, at 19 N' Broad St.. Wellsville. N. Y. 11-12 a. m. The tissues of plants und their work, M. F. Barrus. The funeral was held Saturday at 11 o'clock at the house, Rev. F. C. Peck officiating. A quartet rendered "When My Life's Work Is Ended" and Rock of Ages." The flowers were many and beautiful and included a family wreath of roses, a piece from the I. 0. O. F. and the Baptist church. Burial took place at Mina. 1-2.30 p. m. Pruning fruit trees, R. W Rees. Tuesday. Jan. 8 -"Polly of the Circus.'1 with Mae March in 8 reels; for benefit of the children price will not be raised: 10c and 15c. 2.30-4 p. m. Structure of the stem and roots, M. F. Barrus. NOTiCE! Tuesday, Jan. 8. Notice by Collector of Receipt of Assessment Roll and Warrant Tax Law. Section 69. Wednesday, Jan. 9 - Douglas Fairbanks in "The Man from Painted Post." 15c and 20c. 9-10.30 a. m. Manufacture food in the leaf, M. F. Barrus. 10 30-12 a. m. Pruning demonstration. of plant Notice to Registrants. Dies at Camp Hancock Thursday, Jan. 10 Good Paramount feature and "Fatty Arbuckle at Coney Island." 10c and 15c. The Advisory Bo am has its headquarters in the Y. M. C. A. building on Main •itreet. Westfield. N. Y.. to assist regisrrants in preparing their questionnaires. The hours of the Board will be from 9 a. in. to 5:30 p. m. each day. Haklan L Musson, Chairman. Fredonia, Jan. 4. Charles L Summer ton of Sheridan, received tidings today of the death of his brother Oliver in Camp Hancock, Ga. He was 22 years old and died from typhoid pneumonia. The body was taken to Tidioute. Pa., for burial. Notice is hereby given that I. the undersigned, collector of taxes in and for the Town of Westfield, N. Y., have received the tax roll and warrant for the collection of taxes for the present year, and that I will attend at the Westfield Republiean office in said town on Monday. Thursday and Friday in ea'ch week, for 30 days from the date hereof, from 9 o'clock in the forenoon until three o'clock in the afternoon. commencing on Thursday Dec. 27, 1917, and ending on January 26, 1918 for the purpose of receiving taxes assessed on such roll. R. W. Rees, 1-2.30 p. m. Fungi and bacteria. How they look and how they live. M. F. Barrus. Friday. Jan. 11—"Bringing Up Father. 2.30 4 p. m. Handling and marketing the apple crop. R. W. Rees. See readers. Saturday. Jan. 12 "The Man Without a Country," featuring Florence La Badie and J. H. Gilmour; a wonderful war time picture. 10c and 15c. Wednesday, Jan. 9 Fruit diseases, Part I, C. 9-10.30 a. m. Chupp. Monday, Jan. 14—Jack Lynn Stock Co. all week, all new plays. Don't lail to see Jack. 10.30-12 a. m. The farm bureau pro- R. S. W. GRAND THEATRE THE Meeting of D. A. R. Corner Drug Store The January meeting of Patterson Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will he held on Tuesday. Jan. 15th. The following program has been arranged: FRIDAY, January 11 Dated this 24th day of December, 1917, W. F. Barton, Collector. Licensed Pharmacist in Charge Paper, "Woman's Part in the War, Mrs. Arthur S. Tennant. F. L TITUS DEAD. (iUS HILL OFFERS THE WORLD FAMOUS Music. Veteran Portland Mail Carrier Passed Away Suddenly Thursday.Fred L. Titus died very suddenly at his "The Boy Scout Movement in America, Mr. Carling, Y. M. C. A. secretary. Reading, "Woman's War." by Richard La Gallien, Mrs. J. C. Jones. Roll Call. PADOVA CARTOON MUSICAL COMEDY "Bringing Up Father Abroad" Is the name of our newest cigar. home in Portland Thursday evening. Dev 27, 1917. His death was pronounced due to heart trouble from which he had suf- j . . Ld ,o, some ,™.. M,. Titus h», been ! I » »-> "«•> « a rural mail carrier on Route 19 from usually write them myself. Last week Portland since the service was established didn t write the ad, out WIS 17 years ago until last November, when the public that I made a big hustle to ge his health became so poor that he was five cars of coal and un oa< e 8at"e compelled to give up. He was 50 years one week-250 tons. a °-pay' a of age. Besides his wife. Bertha Thornp- tra price in order to get l , an kins Titus, he is survived by a daughter, to my customers at day w<iges. Edith; a mother. Mrs. Alice Titus; three 1 am in the coal business to stay, am brothers. Richard. Carl and Albert Titus; hope to have more cars of coal soon, an three sisters. Mrs. Myrtle Smith. Mrs. will appreciate your business. Dj yot Geneva Stormberger, all of Portland, and appreciate my efforts? Mrs. Gertrude Smith, of Springfield. Pa.— , R- D Powers. Brocion Mirror. ' The Livery Man and Coal Dealer. 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|Title||Westfield Republican, 1918-01-09|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1918-01-09|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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