Westfield Republican, 1919-04-30
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Sbe UtetfieU teimbliratt: 11 No. 9 WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. T„ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30. li>19. L. LXV. NEW ROAD ORDERED! • VICTORY NOTES" LAMB & COWAN, — THE ——" Corner Drug Store In this week's Victory Loan advertisement, on page six, you'll find that the Big Free Entertainment at the Grand Theater has been changed from tonight to tomorrow night. THE DRUGGISTS. The Application of Franklin A. Colgrove for the Opening of a Highway at Barcelona Known as First Street Extension, Has Been Granted Licensed Pharmacist ir. Charge When we found we could have these five men who've been creating a tremendous sensation wherever they ve appeared, we knew Westfield would rather listen to 'em sing, play and tell what happened Over Yonder than see the best movie ever filmed. So, thru the courtesy of Mr. Carlson, we switched from April 30th to May lat. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. WATER GLASS EGG PRESERVATIVE We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary The report of the Commissioners appointed by the County Court on May 25, 1918. and duly filed in the County Clerk's office, to determine the necessity of laying out and opening said highway, together with the damages sustained by any person, having been presented to County Court, together with all the evidence taken by such commissioners, and the petitioner having duly moved for the confirming of the report, with cost and expenses, and Henry A. Monroe, land owner, having moved for the vacating of the order, and the same having been adjourned from time to time, and finally was submitted for decision on the 15th day of March, 1919. 33 Main Street. Phone 2 In convenient cans: Real Castile Black Auto Enamel 15c 20c 35c Honestly, if you want to have the most gripping, interesting evening of Westfield's Liberty Loan Life, come early and hang onto your seat. Pure olive oil soap from Castile, Spain. We have again in a full supply. Nothing so good for the nursery and for tender skin of adults. Per cake, 15c. Clean up your car, wipe over with turpentine and give a coat of Sherwin-Williams' auto enamel. You will find you have a new machine. Pints 85c, quarts $1.50. In bulk: 30c quart Comer Drug Store, Westfield, N- Y. As soon as you've made your Victory Loan subscription wear your button and paste the poster in your window. The more you belp advertise how successfully Westfield is meeting her share of the obligation, the quicker she'll make her quota. New Stamp Taxes Now, on reading and filing the said report and evidence, and after hearing Nelson J. Palmer, for petitioner, in opposition to the vacating of the confirmation; and hearing of Thomas P. Hefferman, attorney for H. A. Monroe, in opposition to confirming said report, it is ordered by the court that the report and award of said commissioners be confirmed. Practically all toilet preparations and all proprietary medical preparations, from May 1st on, are object to a tax of one cent for each 25 cents, or fraction of the amount paid to the dealer. The cost of the. stamp is to be added to the purchase price by the dealer at time of sale. Soaps are not included. The War Work Committee started Monday and are to report to the Chairman Saturday. So have your subscription all ready for 'em when they come around. It will be just that much easier for you and them; and Westfield will go over the top just that much sooner. Screen Paint That the highway proposed is a public necessity. That Henry A. Monroe is the owner of the premises, and that his damages as assessed and fixed are as follows: Laud taken for road $1500.00 Damage to remaining land 500.00 Damage to building partly erected 500 00 Red Cross Adhesive Help "lay up" the brick of the Victory Arch in Hanks' old window, corner Main and Market. Finish the job. The kind that never refuses to stick. We have never had a complaint on this brand. Best for surgical or mechanical purposes. Time to brighten up the window screens for summer U9e. We have Sherwin-Williams' screen paint in 25c cans Double the life of your screens. Paint brushes for all jobs. Were you disappointed last Thursday when those Tanks failed to show up? And on the Q. T. d'you know what happened to 'em ? Stuck in the mud the other said of Brocton ! Bird Guides Cashing Pay Checks Total damage to H. A. Monroe... $2500.00 That the probable cost of laying out and completing road is the sum of $51. That the lands to be taken are described as follows: All that tract or parcel of land situate in the Township of Westfield. Chautauqua County, and State of New York, being part of lot No. 15. Township 4, and range 14 of the Holland Land Company's survey and bounded as follows: Beginning at a point in the easterly line of Point street, which point is where the northerly line of Firs.t or Water street would cross the easterly line of Point or Portage street, if First street were extended easterly; running thence northerly along the prolongation of the northerly line of First or Water street to low water I mark on the shore of Lake Erie; running thence southerly along low water mark of Lake Erie about sixty (60) feet; running northwesterly parallel to the first mentioned line and sixty (60) feet distant therefrom to the easterly side of Point or Portage street; thence northeasterly along the easterly line of Point or Portage street to the place of beginning. Being a strip of land sixty feet wide extending from Point street or Portage street opposite the intersection of First or Water street with Point or Portage street to low water mark on the shore of Lake Erie and being an extension in a straight line of First or Water street to low water mark on the shores of Lake Erie. Publishers now supply us with Reed's Bird Books; cloth at $1.00, leather at $1 25. This is the book used by all bird clubs. A kodak and a bird book fits you out for your field trips. Is part of our community service. We try to be prepared for :ilI our customers, but if your check is unusually large phone us before the bank closes so we can get extra funds. It's almost unbelievable to be told that two war engines, designed especially to plough thru the mud of France, bogged down in our glorious Main Road. Or is it ? Time was when we meekly swallowed the insults of the state-road denizens when they jeered at our sticky highway But now we can hold up our heads and hurl back the proud boast that: AT OUR STORE DANCE! DANCE! Tho the mud lies deep in Flanders, There is denser, thicker loam In the highways of Chautauqua Truly, there is naught like home. BACKMAN'S HALL Every style of glove or scarf, every shade and style of shirt, every approved shape and a variety of entirely new shades and figure effects in neckwear— Last Wednesday night the War Work Committee were served a mighty fine dinner by the ladies of the Grange. This was preparatory to their starting out on the Victory Loan Drive. Westfield, N. Y. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1919 And everything else in men's and boys wear, belts, shirts, hose, handkerchiefs, pajamas, jackets, etc , etc., all at Fortunate were we in having Capt. Brown of Jamestown to speak to r.s You'll remember he was here with a squad of men guarding our bridge early in the war. For a man who has been through a hail of lead many times and received a decoration and commission for bravery and ability, he's as modest as thty make 'em. But when he gets into his story of what happened overseas and forgets he's talking to a lot of folks, it s a most inspiring thing. IMf HONEST PRICES FOR THE QUALITY And that's the sort of stuff we'll be hearing tomorrow night. Coming? Mr. Pickard, one-time Food Administrator of this section, followed Capt. Brown with a corking address on the real, underlying principles of the Loan. It is hereby further ordered that the petitioner be and is hereby allowed his costs and expenses of this proceeding; to be taxed and that the foregoing award for damages together with the costs and expenses be paid by the Town of Westfield, pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided and that the award so made and confirmed with interest thereon and the costs and expenses with interest thereon from this date shall be a liability against the Town of Westfield, N. Y. It is hereby further ordered that neither party iccover costs from the other herein except as before directed and allowed. It is hereby furthered ordered that the damages and costs herein allowed shall be audited and paid by the Town Board of Westtield, N. Y., and the same placed in the Town Abstract and levied and collected in said town and the Supervisor thereof shaii pay to the owner the sum assessed to him and to the petitioner the costs and allowances so made to him and the Town Superintendent of the Town of Westtielil shall carry out tbe terms and provisions of this order and lay out and construct said highway pursuant thereto. Arthur B. Ottaway, During his talk he read a poem that is so stirring we've reprinted it here. Read it twice. The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Come, freemen of the land, Come meet the great demand. True heart and open hand— Howard's Orchestra. Dancing until 1 a. m. Take the Loan ! For the hope the prophets saw For the swords your brothers draw. For liberty and law, Take the Loan. That dreamy, syncopated music producer. If you overlook this dance you will be cheating yourself. Howard s Full Orchestra has no rival. Absolutely the best dance music ever produced. The one best hit of the season. GRAND THEATRE Ye ladies of the land, As ye love the gallant band Who have drawn a soldier a brand Take the Loan ! Admission, $1.10 Extra Ladies, 25c Who would bring them what she could. Who wo ild g've the soldiers food. Who would stanch her brother's blood. Take the Loan ! Car East at 1:24. West at 12:10 C. J. CARLSON, Manager r t Arldress. Chairman Taylor in a brief address announced that Messrs. A. E. Skinner and The Grand Theatre was pac e A pjckard had made a change in the last Sunday evening at the Mem'.r- program jn re$ard [0 speakers, and that ial services for the soldiers and saii'ir= Clark, whj was living in Brussels who had made the supreme sacrifice. An wjjen t^e Germans invaded Belgium, honor toll, containing nine names, hail i W0(J|cj j,e tjje speaker of the evening, and prominent place on the stage. The list is i3troduced Mrs. Clark as follows: Wayne G. Franklin. Danul The address was one of the best of its Hess, Samuel Castrogiono, Cecil A. John- evef delivered here as it was replete son, John N& • Rogers, Tunsi Scenne. Joseph personal incidents that the speaker Militello, Phillip Carling and Ralph Pom- seea anci taken part in, and was eroy. The first seven were killed in glven tjj3 closest attention by the large action overseas and the ofher two died in autjjence ancj thrilled every one of them. Wrdnesday, April 30—Mae Marsh in "Glorious Adventures," and Sunshine comedy. 10c, 15c, 20c. All who saw our hosts pass by. All who joined the parting cry When we bade them do or die. Take the Loan! Thursday, May 1-Liberty Loan Drive speech and other attractions. County J idge. Filed in the Chautauqua County Clerk s Office April 22. 1919. And ye wished their triumph then. As ye hope to meet again, And to meet their flaz<± like men Take the Loan ! Friday May 2—Sixth Chapter of the Life of Lincoln, entitled, "The President's Answer." "Jilted Janette," with Marguerite Fisher. 10c, 15c, 20c. Clean-up Day. Who would press the great appeal Of our ranks of serried siet-l, Put your shoulders to the wheel. Take the loan ! The day for the wagons to take away rublish has been changed to Friday, May 2. Have your rubbish in boxes or barrels and out on the street. Everybody should clean up the cellar, the back yard and everywhere. What can't be burned put out for the wagon. camps on this side. jn ci0sing she made agreat plea for the The meeting was called ic. order y yjctory Loan and asked her hearers to be Prof. A. N. Taylor, chairman of the ioyai tQ t|,ejr "bit" as well as patriotic committee of the Red Cross, an j 0f our town who had made the Sounds as tho it had been written ex- the large audience stood and sang Amer- 8Upreme Mcrifice. The meeting was doaed P.e»l, for .he Vicr, Loan, doesn't Ht . *•»« „„ * •» *"""»• Well, it wasn't That poem was written Louis C. F. MUler wno com tn 1861 b, Edward E..J.U Hale. pawormte « Ert. o«. Sood., .!«. That our prayers in truth may ri-e, Which we press with streaming eyes. On the Loft of earth and skies. Take the Loan! Saturday, May 3-Wm. S. Hart in "Border Wireless" Also comedy, "Two Tender Feet." 10c, 20c, 25c. Presbyterian Services. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 6-7--"Woman," a photo play by Charles Whittaker, a 7-reel production. Don't miss this. 10c, 20c, 25c. Preaching services for the Presbyterian congregation will be resumed in their own church next Sunday morning and evening. iog the German Evangelical church here the*Victory Ein.°f * £nTof"S E5-TJL IZn'L*. —To make room for summer goods we will put on sale Wednesday. April SQt 23 trimmed and tailored hats at one foovtfc The congregation is invited to meet with the Methodists for the Thursday evening prayer meeting. off. mm BUrw.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1919-04-30|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1919-04-30|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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