Westfield Republican, 1920-09-15
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®he toestfield Republican WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y., WEDNESDAY, SEPT 15, 1020 OL. LXYI. No. 29 WESTFIELD'S NURSE THE BUFFALO PRESBYTERY MEETS IN FREDONIA LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. Corner Drug Store Our New Norse Will Arrive Sep- tember 20th. Over One Hundred Visfting Clergymen Expected on September 27. and 28. For more tban a year the Weatfieid Red Ctom baa been scouring the state for a Public Health Nurse. Committees, great and small have found this new type of woman so indispensable that the "demand has far exceeded the supply." The Buffalo Presbytery comprising the Presbyterian clergymen of western New York, will meet in the Fredonia Presbyterian church on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 27 and 28 This will be the first time the Presbytery has assembled in Fredonia in many years. Night and emergency phone No. 13S. Open Sunday from 12 to i oaly. We answer phone calls at other hour* when necessary. A. D. S. SPECIAL 33 Main Street. Phone2 KIDNEY AND BLADDER PILL But Westfield has finally secured on Miss Marie H. Buch, a graduate of the Rochester Homeoparhic Hospital, who fully measures up to the many high standards set by the American Red Cross for Public Health Nurses. We Didn't Know A treatment indicated in simple ditions of the kidneys and bladder. inflammatory con- It is expected that there will b° aabout 120 visitors present and that the meetings will be of great interest. There will be sessions all day on Monday and 011 Tuesday morning. They will be open to the public and largely inspirational in character. Batteries and Bulbs how popular our Good Luck jar Rubbers were until they were to fit all sizes of flashlights. For a safe light in barn?, cellars, parkin? houses and traveling PRICE 50 CENTS out of stock two day* laat wock W e have thirty jjrosrt in rea iy for the luscious fall fruits Miss Buch has spent a year as a member of the Brooklyn Visiting Nurses Asso ciation and more recently has taken graduate work in Barnard College to roui.i out more fully her preparation for work as a Public Health Nurse Corner Drug Store, Westfield, N. Y. now you need a The chief topics to be will be ' 'The Village taken tip Church". DAYLO FLVSH LIGHT Licensed Pharmacist in Charge "Religions Education" and Schools in relation to Publi "Churcfl Schools. Lord Baltimore Portfolio Her work in Westfield is expected to commence September 20th. THE ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL Inquiry at the headquarters of the Roosevelt Memorial Association, No. 1 Madison avenue. New York city, brought forth the information that the certificates for the subscribers were sent out the latter part of May. sent out the latter part of May last. If any Westfield subscriber has failed to receive iiis certificate he is requested to communicate directly with the Association, at the address given above, and the missing certificate will be forwarded. Great difficulty has been experienced in delivering these certificates on account of the irregularity of the mails and the vast quantity of material to be handled. Great sacks filled up at headquarters awaiting transportation. No announcement has been made yet of the total amount received to date, and in fact the canvass has not yet been completed. The Executive Committee recently voted to create a Founders Membership to reward those whjo henceforth secure at least five new members with subscriptions aggregating not less than ten dollars. To such Pounders a handsome bronze medallion, bearing the head of Theodore Roosevelt, and designed by one of the leading medallionists of the country, will be sent. This Medallion will not be purchasable. It will be given only as a reward for serv- Ve. The undersigned has a few blanks on hand for those who wish to obtain this medallion. He will also receive subscriptions for the Memorial Fund. A fiftv-. heet tablet—double size sheets that make the reg- Bissell-White ular folded sheets with 24 envelopes to match, for 50 cents. jjptj Jm On Saturday, September lltli, at high noon, h most delikhtful wedding was solemnized Rt the home of \'r an'f Mru. Charles White when th<-jr Olive Claire, was united in marriage to Dr. Tracy M. Bissell of Buffalo, N. Y. Convenient as a lap tablet to write any where at anv time Seasonable Remedies The Poultry Man most j who starts feeding Dr. Hess' Panacea now will he getting eggs when the price ia high. Start early. Hess' Poultry Panacea is sold in 30c, 75c and $1.50 sizes, also in pails. — Rexall Grippe Pills, our The attractive White home became a virtual flower garden where the immediate families and the young friends of the bride and groom witnessed a sweet and pretty ceremony conducted by the Rev. Alexander Thompson. The bride wore a most becoming traveling costume with a corsage bouquet of biides roses, her only ornament being a diamond pin the gift of the groom. Miss Anne Barden of Dunkirk was maid of honor and carried Ophelia roses. Mr. Harold White attended the groom. After the ceremony a delicious buffet luncheon was served. popular cold cure, '25c. — Blackberry Compound, for bowel trouble, 25c Why ..buy Thousands Styleplus.. —Sun Cholera Tablets 25c TAN LAC —Fresh supply of this popular remedy just receivad. F-A-I-R-F-A-X Because the prices are distinctly moderate for such style and quality. Fairfax is the name of a beautiful pattern in Sterling Silver. Because the fabrics are all-wcol, styled and tailored as exacting men desire. Dr. and Mrs. Bissell are on an extended trip up the lakes after which they will be at home to their friends at 64lJ Walden Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. A piece of this silver will make a worth while gift. Because you are assured of £ood wear—protected by our guarantee. 25 Girls Wanted! We want 25 girls at once to work in factory to save the fruit on hand. Westfield Fruit Products Co. We specialize in gifts that last. These clothes are famous for giving the utmost possible return in satisfaction at prices that are AN EXCITING GAME. Q. L. THOMAS WILLIAM F. FURMAN, Local Chairman never extreme. Last Saturday there was a good deal of excitement over on the Chautauqua golf links—Bob Franklin, though not himself a player, but interested in all sports, had put up as a prize a golf club to be played for in a handicap match. Sterling Silver 17 Main St., WestfieM Cot Glass WESTFIELD FIREMEN FEAST. The village of Westfield, through its Board of Trustees, gave the members of the Westfield Fire Depar'- ment an annual dinner on September 10th, in Grange Hall. The dinner was prepared by ladies of the Grange and was abundant in quantity, great in variety and nicely served. In addition to the firemen the different boards of the village were represented. In all about sixty guests were present. Conditions this Fall are causing many men to change their previous buying methods and to consider new ways to save money. There was a good deal of rivalry and a lot of enthusiasm among the contestants and the handicaps had been so arranged that good players had to play their best to have a show. The prize was carried off by Henry Lockwood who turned in a net score of one below par or 77. The other scores were: P. R. Welch, *0; Pat Crandall, 82; G. Busck, 84; 8. F. Nixon, 100; A. Phillips, 105; A. Dewar, 106. Of course ail the losers claimed to have been off their Same, but as there will be another match next Saturday for a box of golf balls they will have a chance to l)nd out if their notion about tbeir game is correct. board for the splendid time they had. and women in the coming generations, who shall be instructed la the j faith of their fathers , and entertain ST. PETER'S GUILD ENTERTAIN. the. 8a™e high ideals „ ... . ,. „ I In the tellglcus education of the St Peter s Guild held a moat en- yoUng. the Proliant denominations joyable meeting at the home of Mrs. | have fallen far behhid fhe jZ Ben Boult on Thursday afternoon J and Catholics, and the conventtod farce' Cooks and " a diUs™ iffV" ,a3t SatUrda' ™ iarce, cooks ana uarainais, was the beginning of an earnest and coagiven by a group of young women of certed effort to remedy this great the parish. Mrs. Fenner in her us- uck. whioh amounts to almost a ual pleasing manner, presented the calamity. The New York Sunday following characters to the audi- Schozl As90ciaU0n is back of ££ Ted»f' »138 Nixon; ,work whlch waa L.n(jer direcUo® Kathleen, Miss Mary Alathea Skin- of Chautauqua county's DlviaioLu ner; Mrs. Connoly, Miss Lillian Superintendent, Mr J Edward Jen- Boult; Father Anselm, Mrs. Lucy klnPs. Dr £0'urfr 0| KlTTSplSL Usborne; Monsieur Levrant Miss and Mrs Brimmer of Albany. gave Lauralee Skinner; Cardinal Wheel- mo8t interesting and instructiVe ader. Miss Dorothea Brown. The play dre8;ie8 which wculd have been a was to have been given on the lawn a0urC8 of in&piratton to any one eve* but on account of rain it was held remotely interested in this importinstead on the spacious veranda. ant subject After the program, tea was served The work 4S outllned is far.reachin the dining room and a social time ing and thorough, and KOes back followed By request, the play was to the babiea , bornR an »' * repeated in the drawing room of them t0 Dianhood and womanhood! ft? f n* « r Ottaway on wifh instruction to every age. the following Friday evening. The The people are responsive to actors gained fresh laurels and many this w and wW rp jt^ words of pra se were spoken of the Kiven a K00d tria, the resu, versatile ability of each player At, 80 wonderful a, to indicate th/>, lme.^r- w wflluTln wi.h ,hat God is evidently in the work, ed his many Westfleld friends ith and bie3ajng jt beartj|y recom_ his singing. Harold Is a favorite mend all future WOrki alone Thl3 here and it is always a pleasure o jjnc in tbijj d;strjct to tbe attention welcome him to his home town and and he, of citizens. to hear him sing. Mr. \v m. Welch They are finding Styleplus the ideal solution of their clothes question because they are good clothes sensibly priced. There was plenty of good music. Harold Cooper sang several selections and a quartet composed of Messrs. Dewar, Short, Crandall and wm. Welch entertained in a very pleasing manner. President John Welch presided. He addressed the firemen in a manner and in substance most gratifying,It will pay you to visit our local Styleplus Store. LEANING, PRESSING and REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. PRICES REASONABLE PABENT TEACHEBS ASSOCIATION Chief Dascomb spoke for the Fire Department and made a very fine talk. R. R. THOMPSON TAILOR CLOTHIER The September meeting of the Parent Teachers' Association will be held in the study hall of the High School Wednesday, the 15th, at 3:40. An interesting program has been arranged including an address and special music. All members and any others interested in the success of the organization are requested to be present. Assistant CWef Hathaway had for his subject, "How I Would Do It," Perce was to the point and his remarks were well received MAIN STREET WESTFIELD, N. Y. D. K. Falvay had something to say and closed his remarks by reading a poem by James Whitcomb Riley. E. B. Vogtli, of Corry. and an honorary member of the Hooks gave the boys some of his experiences of forty-seven years aso. Mr. Vogtli and W. A. Usborne Wave been members of the Hook and Ladder Co. for forty-seven years, which is some record for a volunteer fireman. A DISASTROUS STORM. Program For The Week On Monday, September 9th. be- ' tween three and four o'clock in the afternoon one of the most disastrous j thunder, rain and hail storms that I ever visited Erie county did about $100,000 n damages to fruit and | crops in a section of country live ; miles wide and some fifteen miles long. 'he storm commenced mar Girard and extended in an easterlydirection, the main damage being ( south of Kearsarge and in McK>au township. ' Corn, truck gardens and i fruit suffered severly. I Thurs. & Fri., Sept. 16 & 17 Dr. Welch was an invited guest and the boys insisted on having a word from the ex-president. He said he had no hard feelings toward any one for not being village president. That when he left for sunny climes he trusted John Riley to tak»- care of matters, bui i' seems tliat Riley put one over him during his absence. He said he felt very fiiuiidly toward the firemen although some of them did have him arrested foi speeding. The Doctor s remai k.~ were in a very cheerful vein and W«re much <'njoye' accompanied Mr Cooper Seldom Jack Pickford in "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" 15, 25, 30c blend as harmoniously as the quartette composed of Mr. G. P. Cran- do we hear in Westfield male voices A BAD ACCIDENT Juhn Herron wa.- quite seriously injured last Friday, while helping Henry Hipwell load crates at the \\ eli h Factory. The load was ai- flail. Mi Dcwar Mr. Cooper and b"is and should be heard more often Mr. Welch They sang several num- Comedy Two Days The evening was a most delightful nest completed and Mr. Herron was n front when h" made a misstep, behind the horses, striking ont an eveotyt of vniore than f illi Saturday, Sept. 18 passing not ict un -nme orates and pulling some crate.- down upon him. He was unconscioiis when picked up. but soon came to, bur was so badly injured that lit is confined *o his bed. TAYLOR HOUSE BURGLARIZED. Burglars entered Will Taylors house, on McKinky street Sunday Marion Davies in RELIGIOUS EDUCATION "THE BURDEN OF PROOF" Comedy and Local Topics while the family were away and stole three gold watches and several gold rings. There is no clue as t > who committed the act. The front page of the menu card vas covered by a cartoon by Mr. A. u. Dtwar, a member of the hook*. This* cartoon showed the primitive methods of fighting fire in Westfield, the cistern in the park, the leaky hose, the old hand engine with but two men at the brakes and the villagers in the rear looking on too lazv to lend a hand and what looks like •'Bill" Vsborne with a large trumpet hollering to the firemen "Down on 'er." To old timers th« cartoon is a perfect pictuie of con ditions that existed at fires thirt and forty years ago. ' It i? becoming more and more apparent that young people are drifting away from the high standard* of Christian living and work, which have been so powerful a factor in the cultivation of of thp noble idealar which have set our country in the forefront a.- a leader towards a better civilization for the whole world. These standards have always been, and must continue to be based on the apprehension of God. and a spiritual life, and -the great truths taught in the Christian religion, the ethics of which are the highest pioduct of ages, i In other words, good Christian men and women have produced the noblest civilization the world has ever known. If we wish to presenve it ; for ourselves and help produce it in i other lands, it can be accomplished I only by a continuation of the production of genuinely Christian men SCHOOL TAX Tuesday, Sept. 21 Pauline Frederick in "BONDS OF LOVE" WANT WORK. Notice is hereby given that the tax roll of Union School District, No. 1. with the warrant for th% Two girls want work picking grapes where they can board with family. Write stating wages. Mi.-s Calra Draudt, Hamburg. N. Y., R. F. D„ No. 1. same s now in my hands I will receive the same at the office of South Shore Gas Company on Monday. Wednesday and Friday of »ach week from 9 o'clock a. m., until 3 o'clock p. m., commencing Wednesday. September 20th. and ending October 20th. And Comedy ? M I Coming—Thursday, Sept. 23 CHICKEN PIE SUPPEB The Ladies' Auxiliary of the East Ripley Cemetery association will hold a chicken pie supper in I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Ripley, N. Y., on Thursday evening, September 16. Supper will be served at 6 o'clock. Mitchell Lewis in All taxes remaining unpaid at that date will be charged 5 per cent for collection. "THE LAST OF HIS PEOPLE" The boys feel now that the department is in fine position with motor driven apparatus as soon as the new Hook and Ladder truck is completed.Westfield, N. Y.. September 13, 1920. E. D. MEAD. Collector. C. J. CARLSON Manager Subscribe for The Republican. It . only costs three cents a week! A vote of thanks was given President Welch and the members of the i Advertising pays! Try it!
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1920-09-15|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1920-09-15|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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