Westfield Republican, 1918-07-10
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itw DcstMii Republican WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, .Jl'LY 1<». VM> No. !♦) VOL. LXIY. ENLARGING ITS BUSINESS. CUTTER STOCK COMPANY LAMB & C0WANTHE DRUGGISTS. THE May Play At the Grand Theatre Corner Drug Store The Welch Grape Juice Company Will Put Up This Year Canned Cherries, Berries and Peaches. In the Near Future. The Cutter Stock Company is now playing an indefinite engagement at the Samuels Opera House. Jamestown, where the show has made a big with theatregoers. Manager C. J. Carlson of the Th+ The Welch Grape Juice Company last year enlarged the scope of its business by putting up experimentally a considerable quantity of grapelade. which has pr.ved to be a very desirabie product, it meeting with a ready sale. Licensed Pharmacist in Charge Nigntand emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 oaly We answer phone calis at other hours when necessary Dike's Grand Theatre has been in communication with the Cutter management, and is making every effort to have them come to Westfield for a three weeks' engagement, changing the plays and vaudeville three times each week. If arragements can be made the Cutter Stock Company will be given a hearty welcome here, as this attraction more than made good here last ccason, and the high standard of this aggregation has been fully maintained. It is one of the most popular stock organizations playing in the East, and it is to be hoped that Manager Carlson will be successful in having the company play here for three weeks, starting at an early date. Some very attractive New York successes are now being played by the Cutters, such as "Help Wanted,' "The Natural Law," "The Divorce Question, "Damaged Goods," "The White Squaw," and others. 33 Main Street. Phone 2. This year a further addition is to be made to the output of this company by handling cherries, berries and peaches. Work in this line began at their factories this week, when large quantities of carries, mostly Mortmorencie variety, will he received and put up. This new departure will require more htlp, and large numbers of men and girls arc being employed. PAIN DISPELLER SUNSET SOAP DYES SWIM CAPS Easiest to use. Wash and dve at All new stock, good quality and latest designs. Price from 25 to 75 cts. A. seasonable remedy used internally he same time. Does not siain the hands or dishes. 21 colors, including many new shades, each 15 CtS. Water Wings pair 35 cts., foi beginners. for the relief of all forms of Summer Complaint, externally for Stings of Sentence Suspended. DEPILATORIES and Bruises. The cases of Clayton McDowell and Edward Arneman for violating the excise law came up in court at Mayville last week. Both of them pleaded guilty and sentences were suspended. HOODOO FOR ANTS Preparations for removing superfluous hair are a recognized toilet necessity these days. We sell many satisfactory ones: El Rado 50 eta.. Elf/trola SI 00, Solvit 60 cts., Dk Mirac le 60 cts., Phelactinb $1 00. Insects, also for Cuts Every user of Hoodoo Ant Paper as been satisfied, so we recom- Price, - - 25 cts. mend ita use as sure and clean. Package 15 CtS- County Y. M- C. A. On Saturday. July 13th, there will be an all-day meeting of the Chautauqa County Y. M. C. A. at Camp Chrdmel. Chautauqua Lake. All members of the assooiation and their friends are invited union Service. The monthly union service was held on Sunday evening at the Evangelical Church on Chestnut street. The service was well attended. Members from the Methodist, Episcopal. Presbyterian, Evangelical and Baptist churches were in attendance. The pastors of the four churches participated in the service. Jamestown Team Won Game. No Experiment! Eastman Kodak Products are thoroughly tested before marketing, which accounts for their leadership in the photographic world. Their extensive output enables us to sell Films at the old price. Other makers have attempted an advance. "Bob" Franklin's baseball nine defeated the Bradford aggregation in a speedy and fast baseball contest in the Celeron grounds Wednesday afternoon by a score of 6 to 3. Bill Hawkins did the twirling for the locals.—Jamestown Post. GRAND Luncheon will be sf rved at the camp dining-room for thirty five cents, or guests may bring their own lunch.. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 11 o'clock. to be present, THEATRE C. J. Carlson : Manager Rev. L Miller of the Evangelical Church delivered the sermon. The text was from Luke 15: 8-10. He showed that it is,the church's duty to seek sinners, and depicting how and why she seeks sinners. The nexl union service will be held on the evening of the first Sabbath in August at the Baptist Church. Notice to Dofr Owners Books For Soldiers' Camp. Wednesday. July 10—Theda Bara in "Greatest Love." Also good Fox Comedy. The new dog licenses are here, and all owners of dogs must get same at once. This is important. Books are in constant demand by our boys in camps and elsewhere. uatea westtield, N. Y., March 1, 1918 H. W. Thompson, The Library is about to make a shipment of a quantity which have been contributed by Mrs. Edgar Taylor, Mrs. Furman, Mrs. Ottaway, Mrs. Faust, Mrs. Busck and Mr. S. F. Nixon. Every COMFORT KIT COW COMFORT should contain a cake of Parke and Dairy Profits go together, Davis' Germicidal Soap. It pre- Conkey's Fi,v Knocker has alventa infection and kills vermin, ways been the most satisfactory of Useful for dandruff and contagious any preparation. It will save itt akin diaeasea. 25 CtS. a cake. cost many times. Thursday, July 11—Clara Kimble Young in "Shirley Kaye." Don't miss this. Town Clerk. It is hoped that our people will always have this need in mind and continue to bring books to the Library for this purpose.McUinnies a Candidate. Friday, July 12—"Mystery Ship." No. 9. Also Mary Miles Minter in "Annie For Spite." You must not fall to see this. Mayville Physician To Report At Fort Oglethorpe. Joseph A. McGinnies has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Assemblyman from the Second Chautauqua district and petitions have been circulated in every town in the district placing him in nomination. Dr. A. D. Young of May ville. who volunteered his services to the United States government for work in the medical department some time ago, has received orders to report at Fort Oglethorpe, Camp Greenleaf, Ga., before Jiily 15th, and accordingly he will leave Mayville the latter part of this week. Saturday. July 13—Julian Eltinge in "The Widow's Mite." Also a late Charley Chaplain Comedo in two reels. Thiss is something good and should not be missed. Mr. and Mrs. Haase Serenaded. A serenading party long to be remembered was given Mr. and Mrs. William Haase (formerly Miss Minnie Sloan) on Arch street Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Haase have just returned from Buffalo. where they were married last week. The party of serenaders consisted of 65 neighbors and friends of the bride and groom. So far no opposition to his candidacy has developed and it is unlikely that there will be any, his record, at Albany having been such that even his political opponents have nothing to find fault with. Jt nfehw n ■ / M Prices: Balony, lie; Orchestra. 17c. All week. Dr. Young offered his services to the government in April, and was examined and accepted during that month. He received his commission of captain in the medical corps on May 25th. and since that time has been awaiting orders to report for duty. That he will be renominated and reelected is a foregone conclusion.-Ripley Review. No Show Monday. Show starts 7:30 and 9 o'clock. After the tones of the customary music of the tin pan had died away, the company was invited into the house, where, unknown to the bridal pair, everything had been arranged for the coming guests. It goes without saying that a.most delightful evening was spent, and delicious refreshments were served. Sane Fourth. The doctor has had a large practice in Mayville for many years, and has a wide circle of friends in this vicinity. The Fourth of July was celebrated in a patriotic and sane manner this year. Shortly after one o'clock in the afternoon the Citizens' Band gave a fine musical concert in the park. Shortly before three o'clock there was a fine parade, with two bands in line, the Italians having hired the Italian band of North East for the occasion. The parade was formed at the park, with Lieut. J. V. Minton as marshal, and consisted of Citizens Band, Girl Scouts, Senior and Junior Red Cross, Italian children. a fine float, Italian Band and Star of Italy. The line of march was down Main street to A. E. Skinner's residence; countermarched to Union, to Elm. to | South Portage and then to the Grand Theatre, where the exercises were held. The theatre was filled. There was some excellent patriotic music by the Community Chorus, and then Mrs. Beatrice Forbes- Robertson Hale was introduced by Rev. Alexander Thompson, and delivered a most interesting address on "Winning the War," which was one of the best talks that has been heard in this village this year. She is one of the finest—if not the most talented - women speakers on the platform today, and her address was a revelation to those who beard her. She spoke for nearly an hour and a half, and held the attention of the audience until the close. Her plea for food conservation was especially pat, and showed in a practical way just how each person could help win the war. Found—On the Buffalo road near Brocton two automobile tires. Owner can have same by identification. Address 19 Colburn street, Weatfield. N. Y. july3-2t —The lawn party neit Friday evening, July 12th. will be an interesting affair. A useful gift was presented the couple, the presentation speech being made by 0. Clare Kent in his usual happy manner, and graciously the recipients responded in heartfelt words. It was a late hour when the party broke up. and all the guests left wishing Mr. and Mrs. Haase many prosperous and useful years of married life.—Meadville (Pa.) Tribune. C Straight from the Shoulder 1 Not so many years ago it bushels of corn to buy a good suit. Now 100 bushels of corn will buy at least three took about 100 Special Election. A special election was held July 2nd, 1918, in Firemen's Hall, Westfield, N. Y., for voting on the following proposition: very much better suits. Copy rifM 1MB Tfc* Boom of Ka»*wl Proposition No. 1. Shall the Village of Westfleid, New York, at a maximum cost of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) reconstruct, repair, enlarge and extend its waterworks system and construct an auxiliary pumping plant; this proposition to be in lieu of the proposition to raise $80,000 voted on and passed on March 20. 1917? GOOD PRESCRIPTION FOR THAT TIRED FEELING! In other words, you men who farm have about three times the best of it. Go to the live store and pick out a Comfort Suit. Upon arising, every morning, note weather. If signs point to a hot day, don said Comfort Suit and sally forth with a smile. The beauty of this treatment is its reasonable cost. You can pick a Comfort Suit from several smart styles in Palm Beaches, Mohairs, Crashes, Tropical Worsteds, Silks and other light porous materials, and it will only cost $10 00, $11.00, $12.50. 13.50 or $15.00. We have used this illustration to show you that, considering the advanced prices every field of industry is enjoying, clothing has not advanced anywhere near in the same proportion. Proposition No. 2 Shall the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars (115,000) or so much thereof as may be necessary, be borrowed on the sale and issuance of certificates of indebtedness or bonds of the Village of Westfield, New York, for the purpose of paying for the cost and expenses of reconstructing, repairing, enlarging and extending the water-works system of said village and constructing a pumping plant, the said certificates of indebtedness or bonds to become due in seven annual installments? You can come to this store and get the very Finest Clothes made at $25, $28, $30—Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Welcb's Signs. "Comfort Shoes" In Keeping with the Suits. You can pay less for some clothes, but you get so much less that it is real extravagance. The economy is in getting QUALITY that Gives Long Service and reduces your yearly clothes expense. The Welch Company have the past week put up two new and striking signs. One it on the face of the clock on the top of the Welch block on the corner of Main and South Portage street, and reads: "Welch, Since 1869, Quality." and the other covers the west side of the Grand Theatre block and reads: "Westfield, the Home of Welch's, the National Drink, which is sold everywhere." and below occurs the words, "Motor Inn." with arrow pointing towards the inn. There is also two fine clusters of grapes, one on each side of the sign, which adds greatly to the effectiveness of the sign. The work was done by Ben Putnam, assisted by William Northrop. It is certainly a very fine piece of work, and reflects gceat credit upon Mr. Putnam, who had the work in charge. Polls were opened at 12 o'clock noon and closed at 6 o'clock p. m. There were 56 votes cast for Proposition No. 1 and 2 votes cast againsL There were 56 votes cast for Proposition No. 2 and 2 votes against Total number of votes cast, 58. jfazm OUTH/FRSAMa FURNISHERS WESTFIELD. N.Y. "The Kuppenheimer House in Westfield" The Clothes you get here We hereby certify that the above is a true statement of the result of this special election. will do it; we guarantee it. Signed— C. E. Welch, Trustee,) T. W. Mosher, \ Trustees. E. T. Welch, j J. A. Riley, Clerk. R.. R.. THOMPSON "Ads" in Tbe Republican Pay Bi The Home of HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes Farm bouse and summer cottages for rent on Dr. Wilson's beach. Inquire of Win. Freling, W. Lake Road.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1918-07-10|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1918-07-10|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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