Westfield Republican, 1919-12-03
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I to DestMfo Hcpablirau No. 40 WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y„ WEDNESDAY, DKCKMHEK 3. Iitl9. . LXV. PUBLIC NOTICE. WILL ORGAinZE. LAMB & C0WAN- T H E orncr Drug Store State of New York, Public Service Grape Growers Meet to Further Per- « Commission. Second District, feet Plans for Self Protection and Albany. Better Marketing.—Will Unite November 15.1919. With the C. & E. Grape Company. Meetings to be Held. The second meeting: of grape growers who have had under consideration the advisability of having a strong organization for handling the grape crop in this belt was held in the office of the Chautauqua & Lake Erie Grape Co., Saturday afternoon. A large delegation from the several towns In the belt was present. The meeting was full of determination and the entire ground causing the present feeling among grape growers towards the grape Juice manufacturers was carefully gone over. The opinion was unanimous that the grape juice men did not live up to their contract in spirit even if some did. being protected by clauses in the contract that let them out. One fact was stated and that is all the' juice men paid the same price. It was further stated that the juice men were bears on the market all thru the season. The loss the growers sustained appeared to be the least of those present were concerned over. The great point constantly before the men was that the Juice men are organized and that they held *he club during the past season and that this situation must be changed before another year comes around. It was freely expressed that the growers must have control of the grape marketing end of the grape industry and must for future protection perfect an organization that will take care of the grapes of the belt. Representatives from different parts of the belt stated that the feeling is practically unanimous that some thing must be done, that the growers have lost confidence In the grape juice manufacturers and that now tli time is ripe for such an organization that will market the crop from year to year, develope markets and put the grape growing business on a business Dasis. The question whether to try to organize a new grape shipping company or all join the present C. & E. grape company was thoroughly discussed and it was decided that In as much as the C. & E. grape company has all the machinery and reputation that it would be for the best in"tereet of all grape growers to join that company. Certain plans and propositions will be worked out by the directors of the C. & Er grape company along the lines suggested by the growers present. The movment is not of the C. & E. making but of the large representation of growers present at the two meetings. The directors will meet next Saturday according to present plans and then the active campaign will begin. Undoubtedly meetings • will be held in all the towns if the present plans are put into operation • and i is expected that the grape r growers will all take interest in the new movement and be present at the meetings. THE DRUGGISTS. Case No. 7043. Night and emergency phone No 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only Now is the time to A petition (or complaint) under sections 71 and 73 Public Service Cotnmisaion Law, having been filed with this Commission by Rr public 'Light, Heat abd Power Company, Inc., alleging that the prices now eh irged by petit'oner for natural gas in the municipalities hereinafter named are insufficient to pay oDerating expenses and a reasonable return upon capital investment, and asking this Commission to fix the maximum and on|y price which may be charged by said company (or natural gus, in the municipalities hereinafter named,at 75 cents per thousand cubic feet to all consumers, industrial as well as domestic, -NOTICE is hereby given that a puplic hearing on said petition (or complaint) by Jommissiooner Barhite of this Commission at Room 500 Lincoln Building, No 337 Washington street in the City of Buffalo on Wednesday, December 10, 1919 at ten o'clock a. m ine Stationery We answer phone calls at other hour* when ne> r«*«ry select your 33 Main Street. I'honc 2 Christmas Greeting Folders (Eaton Crane & Pike's) Christmas Suggestions 35c » $2.00 Eversharp Pencils $1 ami up ('hrist mas ly (>o< A good variety on hand. 25 rents Narcissus Bulb Boxes .'50c; with dish 50c. Denntaon's L'ift t n , Malt an J Corner Drug Store, Westfield, N. Y. cards, pack 10 Outex Manicure Sets 50c and $1 50. Licensed Pharmacist in Charge Boy's Life of Roosevelt, Haga- Puzzle picture sets 15 and 35c dom, S1.50 Koosevelt's Letters to His Child- The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes The municipalities in question: City of Dunkirk; Towns of Chautauqua. Dunkirk, Hanover, Pomfret, Portland, Sheridan Wefctfield, Arkwright, Chautauqua Co. Brant, Evans, Erie Co. 1920 Diaries 30 cents up: Date Books 60c to $1. ren $2 Standard Desk Dictionary, most up-to-date, $2 75. New additions to our children's book table have just arrived. t Doesn't Cost Any Villages of Forestville, Mayville, Sliver Creek, Westfield, Farnham. Chautauqua Co.; Cattaraugus Reservation, Chautauqua Co., Chautauqua Corporation, Chautauqua County. Music Bags $2 50 We have not seen anywhere a better lot of Christmas greeting cards. Remember all your friends and acquaintances with cards. Hill Folds, a good one, at HOc ore To Be Stylish By the Commission, FRANCIS X. DISNEY, Secretary Crayola drawing seta for children 35 cents. Deserved Promotion About one year ago the Republican! published the name of Walter F. Claymon on its Honor Roll. Walter at that time being with the A. E. F. and was amongst the last to return from Overseas' duty. We recorded his return with pleasure. Shortly before Thanksgiving day it was with greater pleasure we announced his marriage to one of Franklin, Pa.'s most charming young ladies. As a recognition of a doughty A. E. F. "gogetier" the New York Central Railway promptly promoted the ex-Hun walloper from his position as bridge foreman to that of bridge inspector, covering the territory east of Nottingham, Ohio dnd branches. Kodak Calendars for your own pictures, 15 and 20c. Parisian Ivory Seta and single WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF THE NEW FALL MODELS FOR MEN AND VOUNO MEN HERE: THEV HAVE THE VALVE TAILORED RIGHT INTO THE FINE ALL-WOOL FABRICS. pieces Kadak folders for your prints, Thermos sets and fillers 6 cents up Eaton-Crane's Highland Linen in white or tints, 45c to $2 box. Congress playing cards, new assortment of backs, 65c. THEV LOOK BEST. LAST LONGEST: AND AT THE PRICES WE ARE SELLING THEM. GIVE YOV MOST SATISFACTORY SEBUICE, FOR YOVR MONEY. Colgate's Comtort Sets for men or women, 60c. Hampshire Iiond, men's paper. box 75c. Special book orders mu.t be in J0""*1 To,let 8e" *2'75' at once as there is much delay and This change brings a substantial increase in responsibility as well as salary. If Walt's future deviations arrive in pairs, as they have in the near past, we predict a busy time ahead for him. many shorts. DjerkiM Sets $3 up. ONE FINE THING ABOUT HART SCHAFFNER 4. MARX CLOTHES IS THAT THEIR SUPERIOR STYLE DOESN'T ADD A CENT TO THEIR COST. A Fine Gift! December 4th. E. T. Welch, president of the local Y. M. C. A., has presented the Association with a fine new electrical sign. It is a great improvement and he has the thanks of members of the Association for his gen- St. Peter's Guild will have a Sale of Utilities December 4th, in the Rolfe building next to the News room in which there will be delicious baked goods, vegetables, canned goods, jellies, also aprons, comfortublts and other articles too numerous to mention. Sale will begin at II a. m. BADGLEY ACCEPTS POSITION Will Be New Dunkirk Board of Com- merce Secretary. Dunkirk, Nov. 27—J. T. Badgley definitely accepted the offer of the secretaryship of the Dunkirk Board of Commerce at a meeting of the directors on Tuesday evening and will begin his duties on the first of January. erous act Motor Truck Service You'll find some exceptional values in suits and overcoats here now. It'll pay you to make your selection promptly. The Rouke Motor Transportation Company are &rranging a schedule for a service between Buffalo and this village. The first trip was made last week. This will be a service that will be appreciated by our merchants. Improved Roads. Those in Chautauqua County to be improved are as follows: Pennsylvania State Line, Kipley, 7.01;West Brocton. 6.26 miles Village of Westfield, 2.63 miles. Village of Fredonia, 1.30 miles: Village of Silver Creek. 1.50 miles; Pratts Corners—Siaclairville 3 miles. Type of construction Mr. Badgley has been released .rom a contrac; he entered into with the American City Bureau and will remain in this city and devote his activities to advancing the interests of Dunkirk in a big Dunkirk Forward movement. ELWELL TO MAKE GOOD Man Charged With Robbing Mail Pouch Pays Back Money and Says Good Work. The John W. Rogere Post took up the matter of an administrator for the estate of their late Comrtfde, Daniel Hess and had his mother, Mrs. Caroline Hess Lyon, appointed, and takes this opportunity of thanking one of our local citizens, and county officials at Mayville for their valuable assistance and cc-operation in this LEANING, PRESSING and REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. PRICES REASONABLE As a condition of his release, Mr. Badgley has agreed to devote two days a month to the work of the bureau as an inspirational speaker and will visit boards of commerce in New York Pennsylvania and Ohio. Consent to this arrangement was given by the Board of Commerce direstors. Insidentally Dunkirk will lose nothing by the arrangements but will be a decided gainer, as what Dunkirk has done and is doing no doubt will be advertised by the speaker. He Will Live It Down. concrete. Dunkirk, Nov. 26.—A Deputy United States Marshal from Buffalo was here this morning to take Milo E. Elwell, charged with the robbery of a registered mail pouch containin* $58,000 in Liberty Bonds to that city. Elwell will be arraigned before Judge John R. Hazel. A Great Treat. The Dunkirk Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of C A. Monroe, with Emilio DeGorza baritone, under the auspices of the Dunkirk Board of Commerce, will give a grand concert at Drohea Avenue Theatre, Dunkirk, on Friday evening, December 5th, at 8 o'clock. Aft our musical people should reserve this aate and attend as they will be given a matter. Elwell today paid the government $100 to cover the money he took from the pouch and with the bonds recovered by the police on Saturday the government is fully recompensake of his wife and child and desed.—Time! Dec. 12 and 13. Place I Macomber Block. —What! Fancy Work and Baked Goods. -Whose! Willing Workers. Father and Daughters Injured. rare treat. Elwell hopes for leniency for the clares that he will come back to Dunkirk and make his name good for the sake of his baby son. He says he became involved financially when he begun to trade in automobiles.Anson Dennison and two small daughters of Forsyth had a narrow escape from death Sunday afternoon when their automobile was struck by an eastbound B. & L. E. Traction car as they were going across the tracks from their home to the Main road. yjf w.w.w I Gem set rings for sale here , Program For The Week "The stealing of the pouch was a sudden inspiration," lie declares, "I never thought of it Ave minutes before I grabbed the pouch. My need for money to settle my bills and the easy opportunity presented, led m« to it. I regretted it shortly afterwards and would have returned the pouch if I could safely have done so." C ® H ® E® C ® K ® E® R.® S At the place where the accident occurred the view is obstructed so that one crossing the tracks cannot see a car approaching from the west Mr. Dennison and daughters were in the front seat of the car which probably saved their lives, as the rear of the car was demolishd. The Greatest Racing Drama And a Scenic Reel Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 3 & 4 See our big Ad. on page 3 -- '• , /, -ji /3l. \ ' "-7 //-/ M-—\t» •./ / v,'■» • Santa twll | gifts this Christmas •W rrs the buy injf public. »t holiday time.isjcrowins: more discrim\ mating. GWiriji just for the bake of giving»o»iM<A»«y w poor 1 judfrnrnt at trends. \Vhy not bestow gifts that wilU«<— that hat egenuinc value-that represent somethingmiMy worth while- \ =1 The young girls were both thrown from the car and both badly injured Mr. Dennison, however, escaped with minor bruises. Stella received a bad cut on the head and was injured internally, while Pearl's face was badly lacerated. Dr. Paul Persons was called and dressed the Injured.—Ripley Review. Death Of Mrs. Mateer. Saturday, Dec. 6—Art Craft Special? "White Heather," and Lloyd Comedy. Mrs. Jane C. Mateer. who received a bad i fall on November 18th. 1919, pitted away on Monday afternoon. December 1st. 1919. aged 90 years. She was a remarkable . woman, respected and beloved by all who Knew her. She is survived by one ton. Joseph M. Mateer of St. Louis, and nne j daughter, Mrs. A. B. Wright of and one sister, Mrs. James Taylor, of this place, and Hugh Cosgrove. of l)jk ta Tuesday, Dec. 9—Pauline Frederick in "Peace of Roaring River," and comedy, "New Breakfast Food." —Belgian Hare for Sunday dinner. Or der at your meat market. —P. R Hathaway, C. C. Toomey. Bert Shows Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday v J n.iittorr »Uhnu«l1a>welnrShap. "Then thereare Q in (Hied tuChrutnmkwiuiaiin* with Geui hut Rinfs. ou could make UP >% vj just MirhfifU. Beautiful, valuable. aa entire Christmas from txie / 1 hithly pninl *ifu that erulurt> wi(lc selection. L ' VJ Cut ft***. jewelry in a wonderful Best of al, these r;nar8are &naran- / < ) f * new variety, watches and clock*, , bein* nationally adver- W il.nntr additioo»toMi-Lady »Jewel ™,»h re u « ( 1 ( fur-Perh.m a »il*er aerri«r or a Used, are known everywnere v / I uncle piece of exquisite dcaicu. quality article. ( i V- Baka (kk • "JEVEUT STOtE" Oridau-yM win Mt rnr*t it (J j M. S. CARLTON > H Jeweler and Engraver, Westfield, N. Y. £ , jooojoocoooo'^o^ Reynolds, Emanuel Triantafelow. A M. Alfred and Harry Mettendorff attended the Mooseheart Legion meeting of Progress Legion No. 62 at Buffalo the 30th. At this meeting it was decided to hold the next meeting at Westfield on February 8th, at which time the newly elected officers will be installed. There will be several hundred members here at that time as representatives from Olean, Buffalo, Niagara I Falls, Lockport, Rochester, Silver Creek COMING The funeral will be held tins (Wednes day) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Kev. A Thompson officiating. "His Majesty, The American" With Douglas Fairbanks Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 17 and 18 — For Sale—Four full blooded Plymouth Rock pullets. O. Sporker. Phone 2<J»m. —Houes to rent. Frank Andrrson. Oak street. C. J. CARLSON Manager Read the Republican subscribe, borrow it I If you doc't 1 and Dunkirk.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1919-12-03|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1919-12-03|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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