Westfield Republican, 1921-03-09
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\ $he Ukstfidft ttepublicftn WBSTFIBLD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. T., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9. 1921. VOt. LXVIl. LAMB & COWAN, THE DRUGGISTS. A GREAT TREAT. BLUE and GOLD DEFEATED THE Fast Te*m from Westfleld High School Wins From Falconer by Score of 7 to 4. The Concert Given By Glen Ellison at the Grand Was a Great Success and the Theatre was Crowded. Corner Drug Store Falconer, March 4.—The defenders of the Blue and Gold wenit down to defeat here this evening to the fast team from Westfleld by the score of 7 to 4. The game was close throughout and was a tie after the first five minutes of play. This tie was not broken until after the middle of the last half. Up to this time the score was 2 to 2. 3he (Jtexa.ll Store Probably a number of the people who attended the recital given last week by Mr Glen Ellison and Mlw Alta Hill at the Grand were at flr«t puzzled and dis&polQted whw they discovered a phonograph cabinet occupying tbo center of the stage. They felt that they had been beguiled Into going to hear a charming singer and a clever Pianist and naturally thought they had been imposed upon. However before the program had. Progressed far, whatever feeling of dUapointmenit might have been felt was soon dissipated and all returned home w>ith the thought of having passed »a w«ll spent evening. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We anewor phono colls ot other boon whoa aeceooary. 33 Main Street. An ideal Bathing Liniment, Phone 2. ALKO-RU B Contains 70 per cent, grain alcohol and is lees objectionable m use than" any of the formulas for regularly medicated alcohol can be obtained without red tape or restriction of any kind. The Falconer girl's team true to their reputation won from the Westfield High School girls by a score of 19 to 13. | R-ubber Goods Week Go-operating with the Faultless Rubber Co. in their national campaign this week we offer special prices on fresh new water bottles and fountain syringes. This is the season for sore throats, sore chests, cold feet and the many ills that are relieved with a hot water bottle. SI water bottles, 79 centa* $1.50 water bottles, special value at SI. 19. $2.50 water bottles, two year guarantee, at $2.19. $3.50 Wearever Combination Hot Water Bottle and Fountain Syringe, two year guarantee, $3.19. Fountain Syringes at same prices as the water bottles. These prices are for this week only—ends Saturday night. Price, $1.00 Pint Death of Mrs. Wantshouse. Mr«. Ida Caroline Wantshouse, wife of Charles G. Wantshouse, a highly respected and greatly beloved rsidont of this place, entered into rest on March 2, 1921, aged 53 years following an operation that was performed on February 24, 1921. She is survived by a husband, one daughter, and three sons, all of this village. The funeral was held on Saturday afternoon from her late residence and was largely attended. Rev. H. B. Potter officiated and spoke words of comfort and help to the bereaved family. There was a great profusion of flowers, a fitting tribute to the high esteem in which the deceased was held in this community. The burial was In Westfleld cemetery. The family have the sympathy of the entire community in their grea/t sorrow. Corner Drug Store, Westfield, N. .Y Licensed Pharmacist in Charge GRKAT KVKXT. Leaders Institute at Westfleld, March 14tl» under Auspices of County Y. M. €. A.. W. H. UurRcr State Boy's Work Secrrtarv Comini*. Next Sunday W. H. Burner stat* boy's work secretary of the Chautauqua County Y. M. C. A. for the past twenty )'ears will conduct a conference for workers with older boys in the Y. M. C. A. Building: a>t Westfleld. Mr. Burger will lead the discussion on the subject "What's a Hi«h School boy good for?'' For Tickling Conghs The Doctor Says Mr. Eurger has for many years jeen a very keen student of boy psychology and of boy life In general. He Is the author of a widely read book entitled "Boy Behavior." He is an inspiring speaker but as a leader, of discussion is especialy All pastors, Sunday school workers, men in night school work and all' other men interested in older boys are cordially invited to attend. There is no charge for the conference which will begin at 7:30. "Get a DeVilbiss Atomizer"when he orders one. Can be used with Parke Davis' Medicated Throat Discs. Especially good for night coughing. Stops the irritation so you can sleep. 60 discs for 25 cents. oils or water solutions for the nose or throat. The beat size costs $1.50 and lasts for years. near east relief NEW FURNISHINGS Tho Near East Drive started last Saturday. A cheok for |50. was tihe first contribution which was moBt encouraging. G. P. Crandall Is to act as treasurer. That this relief is accomplishing results we point with pride to the following record: One million Aar-1 raenlans are now living who would have perished had not America gone to the rescue. Five hundred thousand would have starved last year had not Near East Relief been there to represent the American people. In Harpout 6,000 children were cared for in comfortable dormitories. 10, 000 homeless children are well housed in Alexandropol. There are 227 other orphanages. Altogether, 110, 000 children are under the Near East HRqlief care and are beinp yocat!: . \al (raining whkh will enable tliem to become self-supporting. One ot' our bakeries alone produces two tons of bread daily for our orphans. We have and maintain 63 hospitals, containing 6,r»f>2 beds which are constantly full, also, eleven homes are maintained for girls rescued from Turkish harems. Norwich Bathing Liniment Easter Cards 70 per cent, alcohol, combined with acetone and witchhazel. Unfit for internal use, but better than plain alcohol for bathing or rubbing purposes. Pint bottles $1. Quality line of Easter greetings, 5, 10, 15 and 25 cents. Two hew lines of birthday greeting cards. This is the month of birthdays. Stage Life Story For Olive Thomas. Spring Time's Newest Ha,ts WHETHER you like your hat with a touch of snap and dash—or whether you lean toward quieter, more conser. vative ideas—you'll find your taste exactly suited in Spring Time's newest AETNA The Insured Hat. the Hat With a Policy Colors and shapes aplenty enable you to choose just the hat you wilMike. =rJl """Quality so (food it's backed by a Satisfaction Insurance Policy in every bat. DUTCHESS TROUSERS Id ohe of the best plays of her screen career, Olive Thomas, the Selznick beauty, will be seen Thursday March 30, at the Grand in "Footlights and' Shadows," adapted by R. Cecil Smith from the story by Bradley King, Under the direction of John W. Noble, Miss Thomas is said to give her best performance of the season "Footlignts and Shadows tells the story of a girl performer in the "Midnight Revue" which serves to take the star back to the role which brought her so much fame while, a member of Zeigfeld's "Follies." BIG FIGHT IN TOWN » Last Sunday night on Main street—lots of lookers on—it was between a While and a black. The Black got a black eye. No arreate were made. NO—let 'em go. t'eople from near and far orive to my mills. Some with a home. Some wkh a ct;r. 1 have tbe main spring that will run your dock—if you will try a sack of my Big 19 Flour. Prices here are right—morning, noon or night. Flour and feed are booming up in the market, they say. But I aip keeping down the prices every way. Ca»h does the trick. 10c a Button $1.00 a Rip These garments embody tailoring excellenc—and the assurance of maximum wearing qualities as expressed in Dutchess Warranty. -4 bbl., Big 19. bread or pastry, $2.65. -8 bbl.. Big 19, bread or pastry, $1.35. -4 bbl., Manatoba Wheat, the best you ever eat, $2.70. , THE DOCTOR ORDERED IT 10 lbs. Whole Wheat flour, 50c. 10 lbs. Graham flour, 50c. 10 lbs. pure Buckwheat flour, 50c. 10 lbs. Muffins or gems, 35c. 10 lbs. fresh ground Meal, 30c. 5 lbs. fresh Bolted Meal 15c. 1-2 bu. onions, 75c. , 3 lbs. Canada Turnips 10c. Another cast supports Miss Thomas, with Alexander Onslow as her leading man. The photography, lighting effects and settings are elaborate and the whole provides an enjoyable evening's enttrtainment.There is much more to be accomplished. The work is not yet don#>. The children have not become selfsustaining and it is up to us to continue to feed these. Our Wards, and we must relv on your continued suppor—without it, we fail and we cannot do thait—you surely will not let us. The Hi-Ys have been authorized to canvas our village and we hope you have responded and liberally, for the cause Is worthy, just and needed. It is not too late, Headquarters will be kept oipen for several days after the close of the drive.. All contrbut- • 8 bbl., Manatoba Wheat, the best you ever eat, $1.40. A FIXE ltECORD. .-4 bbl.. Pastry, $2.50. i-8 bbl.. Pastry, $1.25. Somewhere in the columns of this paper is a meager statement that the firm of Usborne & Usborne has been dissolved. It is meager because the closing of such a career, as the active head of the firm of which he has been for so many years the controlling influence deserves more than so scant a notice. . , William A. Usborne was born or English parentage on Mar. 2, 1854 in Westfield during the administration of Franklin Pierce. Because of the untimely death of his father in a railroad *ocldent at Prospect Mr. Usborne was obliged to go to work; at the early a»e fifteen. Aa his father was In the plumbing business Mr. Usborne naturally followed In his father's footsteps. He commenced business for himself In 18R3 when the firm of Wilson * Usborne was formed. This partnership was successfully continued until 1907 when Mr. Wilson on account of advanced age was obliged to withdraw. At that time or shortly afterward Mr. Us- At that time or shortly after Mr. Usborne took his younger son Harry loto partnership. This is the partnership that la now being dissolved. Such Is the bare statement of the business activities of Mr.Uaborne during period of fifty-two years, the time he has fought the world's battle for himself and iit does not take into consideration the good nature, obligingness and integrity which has been characteristic of his business life. But Mr. Usborne's interest were not always personal. He has always had the interests of the community at heart and by way of "doing his bit" served creditaby as trustee for years and assessor for three years. Not onlv that, he lias always been prominent in the fire department and is today the only active member of the* department that was appointed bv the board in 1873, the date the Firemen's Hall was built and dediicated. * In addition to this Mr. Usborne's ; name is found on the roster of several fraternal organizations, such as the Odd Fellows, Masons, and .the 1 Crown Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. i But Mr. Usborne has not retired. |a man of such an active career can-1 not settle down to a life of indolence. iHe will continue to serve; he has simplv shifted the burden of management upon younger shoulders and for many years to come we feel that we will be greeted by th&t same smile and helped by that cheering word which has always ben so characteristic of Mr. Usborne's lif*. Styles for work and dress. My grass seed and clover seed is here at prices a good deal less than 1-2 of last year. 99 1-2 pure State test The garden and field peas will be in this week at a big reduction. Also all garden seeds in bulk. I will have a real seed store this year. ions will help. Last Saturday evening a contributor camie into headquarters, stuffed one hand In his trouser's pocket and pulled out 2 one dollar bills, looked them over, said: "This to my pile, you are welcome to half of it. It will help feed one of those starring ltttle children." Help—It surely irill help and we are grateful for for every cent contributed, ao, we we urge you to give wba<.and as liberally as you can to this fund to buy flour. CLEANING. PRESSING and REPAIRING NEATLY Jack and Jill took many a tumble while going up the hilL I hope you will take one. toe. and trade at Powers* MilL Please tumble to the fact that pricas here are right Please tumble to the fact that we are running day and night Ws will gladly fill your orders and change your fittis biBs and treat yeu with every courtesy at the Big It Mills. Slsgsn— "Say It With Flour. Instead of With Flowers." DONE. PRICES REASONABLE R. R. THOMPSON tail6r CLOTHIER 39 MAIN STREET WE8TFIELD, N. Y. The Westfield Electric Floor Mills Clinic for Westfield mi— Helen M. Patterson. Executive Secretary, Chautauqua County Tuberculosis Committee announces that a Clinic free to those who need chest examinations, will be held in the offices of Dr. Foster, local health officer. Westfield. on Thursday. March 10th. from 1 to 5 o'clock. The physicians of Westfield are urged to attend, and to refer patients to this Clinic. Dr. E. I. Dora, Superintendent Newton Memorial Hospital, will be examiner, the Committee urge 'all who attended first Clinic to return for further examination, if they had chest symptoms. Are Doing Business They Say Program For This Week I I § Phone 35 U my Call, up or down R. D. Powers Only SO Steps Away. But it The Dusty will Pay .THURSDAY, MARCH 10th Olive Thomas in "Footlights and Shadows" 9th Bpnode of Serial and News. 15c, 20c, 25c Just Call Miller any day Marville's Answer. med have represented Mayville Hi.^h. Mayville may Cain, the champion- to,- six years inclndlns th present shin of Chautauqua county but what /ear. irrounds have they for claiming the Mayville se?ms to t!:iiik that same' Their only worthy opponents their court was the reason for no in Chautauqua county will not play, team wanting to ;ilay them at Maythem because they do not seem dis- ville. If it was their caurt why is it nosed to play fair, or clean ball. 1 that other schools In the county have Although Westfield may not be a no better courts ara not troubled first class high school team, we de- in getting games on their own floors? feated Mayville at Westfield in the The answer is very plain.. The onlv jrarae we intend to play them other schools play clean ball and ;»l.-;y this season or for many seasons to it according to high schools rules, rnmo "unless they turn over a new Mayville seems to lack. jp'jT; : Why can't Mayville play clean and When Mayville came over to West-1 fair? Other schools in the county uo field to play they signed contracts and there is no reason why Mayville agreeing to play high school rules, shouldn't is there? and according to these contracts.. I This they tailed to do. This contract read that no member of either tean shall have represented his school 101 more than four years including th* hern to play they used Kling at center prepent year: When Mayville came and Youn«, their manager at forward. Both of these players we are in'or- Only a short time left in which St. Peter's Guild will work on pajamas and surgical dressings for Point Hope Hospital, Alaska. Come on Thursday at two o'clock, in the Librarv Building. Everyone welcome. Lenten Work. SATURDAY, MARCH 12th Wallace Reid in f i I "Excuse My Dust'' Joy Comedy, "A Stone Quarry Romance.'! 15c* 25c, 30c $200 Reward. Offered for information leading to ( the apprehension and conviction of afiy person or persons found to be guilty of setting fire to what 13 known as the U-S. Canning factory buildngs located between the N. Y. Central and the Welch grape Juice Factory in the* village of Westfield. The fire was without doubt of moendiary origin. Westfield Chamber of Commerce. TUESDAY, MARCH 15th Mabel Norman in "The Slim Princess" Bray Comedy Vincent Ellis, Manager of B B. Team, Westfield High School. 15c, 20,25c The Ladies Aid of the Grange will hold a Rummage Kale and auction cut the Grange Hall. Members please get your donations ready. Don't Cor get the da. 8. March 2ath and 26th. —Legion Dance Mar. »th at Orange HaU! H. B. KENNEDY t-i Manner —Wanted.—An oflot gbl * •hop.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1921-03-09|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1921-03-09|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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