Westfield Republican, 1918-09-11
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IH SJesfM& Krpubliran VOL. LXIV. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA (JO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1918. >*o. 25 NOON WEDDING SOLEMNIZED. SUPREME SACRIFICE LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. THE m Miss Carrie Eleanor Wood and Roy Edward Parsons of Philadelphia United in Marriage. Private First Class Wayne G. Franklin Was Killed in Action in France on July 15th, 1918. First Westfield Boy to Give His Life for Democracy Corner Drug Store • « Licensed Pharmacist in Charge Wednesday. September 4th. 1918. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lemuel Wood. 1015 Prendergast Avenue, a simple wedding was solemnized when their youngest daughter, Carrie Eleanor, was united in marriage to Roy Edward Par- ( sons of Philadelphia, eldest son of Harry ' Night and emergency phone Not 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. On last Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Franklin received the following telegram from Washington, D. C.: We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary 33 Main Street. Phone 2. Dike's "Deeply regret to inform you that Private First Class Wayne G. Franklin, Infantry, is officially. reported as killed in action July 15tb." M. Parsons of this city. Battle Front Maps At the appointed hour, Miss Phalla Gosseit at the piano, and Miss Ruth Goa- j sett violinist, rendered Lohengrin's Wed- , ding March, and "To a Wild Rose." during congratulations. , ' One of Our Boys Writes that Parke-Davis' (Germici- The Hand & McNally Western front maps enables you to foljow the advance of our forces day by day Price 25 cents, U. S. Army Facta 2£ cents. Dyspepsia Tablets. Harris acting the Adjutant General. Wayne G. Franklin enlisted in August, 1917, in the 30th Infantry. Company A., at Buffalo. He was 19 years old the previous May. He trained at Syracuse. N. Y.. and at Charlotte. N. C. and left for dal Soap does the work on cooties The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alexandei Thompson, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at West field, N. Y.. the double ring service being used. Remember to include in your A combination of the several digestive fer- packages. 25 cents a cake. ments, for all forms of indigestion. overseas last May. He was the youngest child of the late James and Mary Franklin. His father was a veteran of the civil war. He is survived by his widowed mother, two brothers, Frank and Arthur, three sisters, Mrs. John Oakes, Mrs. Claude Aldrich, of Westfield, and Mrs. ThObias iNarber, of Ohio, who have the sympathy Of the entire community, as Wayne is the first Westfield soldier to make the supreme sacrifice for bis country. No particulars have been received except the message from the War Department There were no attendants. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin, and carried an arm bouquet of Brifle roses. Immediately following congratulations, a three course wedding breakfast was served, Mrs. Anderson catering. Covers were laid for nine at the bride's table the other guests being served at small tables. 25 Cents and 50 Cents. Fairy Foot* Fairy foot Bunion Plasters draw out inflammation and reduce the enlargement. Per box $1.00, fully guaranteed. Fairy foot Com Plasters, price 25 cents. Fairy foot Soft Corn Remedy for-painless removal of soft corns, box 25 cents. Fairy foot Callus Remedy, box 25 cents. Eskar Ointment, made especially for removing warts, jar 25c. Corner Drug Store, Westfield, N. Y. In the dining room as throughout the home, pink and white was the prevailing color scheme, roses, asters and palms, being used in profusion. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons left late in thi afternoon for a wedding trip through the eastern cities and will be at home a tar October 1st, at Wilson avenue, Harrlman Pa* where Mr. Parsofo holds a responsible position as supervisor of electrical construction and maintenance, for the Merchant Ship Building Company. IN MEMORIAM. LIZ&E TRANCES SIMMONS. A Bit of Ginger No Sunday Autos R. R_. THOMPSON In the death of Mia* Simmons, on the 22d of August, 1918. Westfield loses a well known and highly respected citizen. Miss Simmons has been a resident of this village since childhood and has spent about fifty years in our midst but interesting trips by foot and trolley to the Hog's Back, Wintergreen Hill and Buttermilk Fall* and down to Old Lake Erie, especially delightful if you carry a kodak. Have you a Kodak ? gives rest to the preserves. We have the green ginger root, also Tjailor Clothier Guests attending from out of the city included. Mrs. L. Nonomaque, Miss Nanette Nonomaque. Rev. Alexander Thompson of Westfield and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knowltop of Chautauqua. the crvstalize'd ginger. Here, too, are all the rare and hard to find spices that tickle the taste. She waa the daughter of Orson and Maria E. Gould Simmons, and was born in Fredonia, N. Y. Some time after the death of her father, her mother married Mr. Zenas Young, a prominent lawyer of Westfield. At this time she came with her mother to find a pleasant home in Clinton street Since the passing away ?;f Mr. and Mrs. Young and the step sister Miss Clara Young. Miss Simmons has lived in the home on Clinten Street. HATS The bride has been honor guest at par- ties given by Misses Pballa and Ruth Gossett. Round-about Club, Mrs. Myra Shaffer Lovejoy, and Miss Elizabeth Bloomquist —Jamestown Post. Never So Many Letters Zane Grey Books " We simply cannot get enough of Zane Grey's Books," writes one of the directors of Camp Libraries. Have you any to spare ? We'll wrap for mailing free, and sell you new copies at 65 cents. as are being written now. We have the thin strong paper for overseas use, in tablets And boxes. If it's stationery you need, there's nothing you will not find here. FOR THE COMING SEASON Millinery Opening- The ladies are cordially Snv ited to at tend my fine display of Fall Millinery Saturday. September 14th. Carnations given to the ladies. Also U. S. Mdse. Trading Stamps. Mrs. M. Stock, 40 Main. ARE NOW READY! In 1875, Miss Simmons united with the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, and like her mother, has since filled important offices in ics different organizations. Service Seals 10 cents a hundred. Service flags 35 cents to $1.25. Photographs of September 5th contingent 50 cents. Stiff or soft as you like! Among the many striking Hat shapes this Fall there is one that will look better than any other on you, and we're right sure that we have it! She was an early member of Patterson Chapter, D. A. R.; also one of the Pioneer Class C. L. S. C.; and was always forward in doing literary work or entertaining these societies in her home. For Special Service. The following is the list of men who left here at 6:30 last Wednesday morning for the training camp at Syracuse : 1 Ornid S. Seekings, Dewittville. 2 Leverne G. Galloway, Dewittville.While Miss Simmons was fond of her home, where her friends always found a welcome, she was quite an extensive traveler, having made a number of trips through the southern and western parts of our Country, as well as two extended trips in Europe. In truth, it may be said of our friend, that she made the most of life. We show correct Hats for Men of all ages. Conservative or extreme shapes. Clothes 3 Charles -. Graham, Stow. 4 Morris S. Butts, Stow. 6 George C. Nieman, Ripley. 8 Mason A. Smith, Cassadaga. 9 Truman D. Wilbur, Brocton 10 Charles Ludlow, Portland. Fall Our long experience and intimate study of correct Headwear enables us to render valuable Service in helping you select just the right block. You will find the best styles and the best Hats and the best values here to choose from. Are Here . . . . Notice. The funeral occurred at her home on Monday August 24th. Her pastor, the Rev. Alexander Thompson officiated, with prayer* and appropriate selections of Scripture. The house was filled with (hate who came to pay a last tribute to • beloved friend. 4 ' •' The regular meeting of the Chautauqua County Historical Society has been deferred by order of the Executive committee, subject to Its cell. The various war activities engaging the attention <>f to many people, and the more serious problems of the hear impels the committee's | belief that it reflects the public mind in making this postponement OUR Fall showing of suits and topcoats is R. R. THOMPSON The interment was beside her parents in Forest Hill Cemetery at Fredonia. now in' progress. TAILOR ' WESTFIELD. N. Y. CLOTHIER ' The out of town friends who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Holt, Miss Alice Holt. Mrs. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrenius Pickering of Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Leet of Chautauqua and Mr. S. Simmons of Oak Park, Illinois. Among Miss Simmons' surviving relatives are Mrs. Head and Misses Deborah and Maria Bailey of Paris Hill. N. Y.; Hon. James Gould of Pine Bluff. Arkansas, Abel Bailey of Colorado; Frank W. Bailey of Boston; Henry S. Simmons and Elliott Simons, of Oak. Park, Illinois; Ers- The program in proceas of preparation will lose nothing by waiting. The House of KUPPENHEIMER C. M. Reed, Sec y. Trustees Meeting has sent us some smart, designs, skillfully tailored, fabrics chosen for their new from long Regular meeting of Board was held Sept. 6th. 1918. Meeting was called to order by Pres. Welch, trustees present, Wratten, Welch. Mosher and Peacock. On motion the following bills were approved and orders dra«v>: Win. Ford St- Com. pay roll $140 83 jl. M. Shaw police 27 70 D. P. Whitnej rent of shed 10 00 wearing qualities. Our Sta$k of Fall garments is very complete and offers a wide variety from which to choose. kine Simmons of Brooklyn; and Charles A. Simmons of Minneapolis; Miss Simmons also left surviving her a number of other cousins and many friends of long standing, to whom her death has come as a great personal loss. Wfd L. & Coal Co. timber 27 88 C. J. Carlson Manager Adjourned. J. A. Riley Clerk. We want .you to inspect the new models—even though you may not intend to make an immediate selection. Wednesday, Sept. 11—ThedaBara in "The Clemenceau Case." A true story taken from one of the most sensational murder trials of New York a short time ago, and W&r Review. Two Incendiary Fires Our Fire Department was called out at Where tO Register. one and three o'clock on Tuesday morn, ... . _ ... , . On Thursday, September J2tb, every ing. September 11th, by fires that had 1 '* K been set in tbe Calato Hotel and .he Old mantatween Ore age. of 18 >od 46. are Lake Shore Hotel. Neither were occupied "qotred to regiater ™ * and wane had been placed on the slaira "■«'» opportum y u of tbe Calato building. .bile io the Lake '*« ?"'< ■>"«'« '« 'he '""■J™ * " Shore building th« wa.te bad been placed Shop; Second Dbdnct to the foster Bo din tbe beds- The Are, were pot oot with- ing; Third District in the Holcomblfc,Idout much damage being done, thank, to «*; Fouth District in tbe Republican ON the efficient work ol the deport,neat. The time IS between 7 a. m. and 9 This is the third fire of this kind within P* mtwo months, and aa investigation is needed in the matter. Thursday, Sept. 12—Roma Reade—Edward Stock Co. plays "Under Cover." One night only. Priced $30 and Up! PRICES Orchestra . . 50 cts. plus 5 cts. tax = 55 eta. Balcony ... 35 " •» •• M = 39 M Friday, Sept. 13--"Souls in Pawn" and "Mystery Ship," 14. Saturday, Sept. 14~Geraldine Farrar in "The.Devil Stone," and Fox company " Bon Bon Riot." j. —Call at Miss Blayney's. Saturiay. September 14tb. ana see the new Fail t , J 1 _ (4 rp. tj 11 T17-4.U ' —Your presence is requested at the millinery. Monday,and Tuesday* 5)Cpt« lo and 1 10 rl6ll Wltn Jiuiinery Opening, Saturday. September Wanted.—Places for High School boy» j The Kaiser." Also "Our Boys at Camp Dix" on Sept. 17. I4tb. Mary C. Wiser. and girls to work for room and board, or | This is put out by the Government every week ; dod't fail , -Furnished rooms for tent Enquirejat by the hour. Address the principal, to see OUT boys at camp* * 8tore* —Fall Opening at Miss Blayney's Sv- PRICES THESE TWO DAYS—Orchestra 25 cts. plus 3 cu. tax «=* 28 cts. —A11 lh® tatcst creations in Millinery orday. September 14th. Balcony 20 " " 2 " " wmm 22 " ' Wber's. ' Bead tho RapoMeao. FlMNrSH£R5 WBSTFIELDtNT- . t # at Kuppenheimer House In Westfield."
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1918-09-11|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1918-09-11|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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