Westfield Republican, 1900-01-10
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V ®lie MJfstfidD Jkjrabltettm. VOL. XLV. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1900. NO. 42. KILLED A WILD CAT PHINEAS STEPHENS' HEIRS LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE Pitts' Great January Clearance It Was as Big as a Tiger and Weighed Does Anyone Know The Whereabouts of 73 Pounds. His Next of Kin ? T@loph.ono Call XTo. 80. Westfield boasts of some mighty hunters and they are always ready for any kind of game, from bucking the tiger in his lair to slaying wild cats. One of the most successful hunters this season is Caleb J. Randall. He has killed a wildcat. He found it on Cummiugs' Flats. A short time ago Frank M. Wright received a letter from an attorney in San Francisco, addressed in his care to the heirs of the late Phineas Stephens. Since then lie has been trying to find some traces of such heirs, but without success. The following facts in relation to him is printed to assist in finding the missing people: Sale Lasts All The Week. REMEMBER ODR JANUARY SALE ON GILT WALL PAPERS Is now on. Over 500 Patterns to select from. Splendid Gilt Papers at 10c per roll The other day while on his way to a neighbor's he saw a gigantic cat track in the snow. It was so big he thought he would follow it. It was the old story over ag:iin. There is no telling what a man will see when he is without his gun. Mr. Rmdall did not have a gun, but he got a good stout club and kept on the trail until he came to Cummings' flats. The track led up to a big log but no further. Looking over it he saw an enormous cat. He waited for no introduction but sailed in. The tiri-t blow of the club stunued the ferocious feline and before it could recover a few more well directed strokes killed it. A field of bargains are offered, not spasmodic bargains, but those that happen right along as a result of our large buying. The reduced prices offered during this Great Clearance Sale are from'ten to fifty per cent less than their straight retail values, this, not-with-staading the fact that the cost o production is steadily increasing and the goods themselves are becoming more and more scarce on the market. 3 Good Gilt Papers for 5c per roll. Embossed Gilt Papers at 15c per roll, former price 25c per roll. Phineas Stephens, when he enlisted, lived in Westtield and went from here as a captain in Company G, the 112th Regiment of volunteers. His rank dates from September 2, 1862. He served through the war. He was honorably discharged February 11, 1864. When he returned he went to live in Dunkirk, where he died in a few years. He had at least two sons, Orrin and Ed. The latter is known to have been married, but both are now^dead. The same reduction all through the whole line for the Special January Sale. It is for your interest to buy now, when you can get good gilt papers at the price of white back papers. Oar Stock of Wall Paper is very complete. We carry every grade of saleable papers in stock, and all £ lie popular colors. Ladies Jersey Ribbed, Fleeced Vests and Pants, special at 22c. Ladies Sersey Ribbed Vests and Pants, sold regularly at 50cv sale pricj 43c. One lot of Ladies Sanitary Vests and Pants, heavy lleece, worth 50c, clearance price, 39c. Ladies Ribbed, non-shriukable Wool Vests ond Pants, SI grade at 85c. Men's Heavy Wool Fleece Shirts and Drawers, worth 50c, reduced to 43c. One lot of Children's Grey \ ests, Pants ond Drawers, special prices accord'npr to sizes, 16 to 24 at 10c, 26 to 34 at 15c. 5 pieces Homespun Suiting, made to sell at 39c, special price 22e. 5 pieces fancy Suiting, sold regularly at 50c, clearance price 39c. All Dress Goods Remnants at one third off. Misses Black Ribbed Wool Hose, worth 20c, at 1.5c. Ladies Cotton Fleeeed Hose at 8c. Ladies Ribbed Wool Hose, woith 20c, special at 15c. Men's Heavy Grey Wool Hose, worth 15c, sale price 10c. Ladies and Childrens Jackets, Clearance price one-half off. The F. C., C. B., and Dr. Warner's Corsets to close at 69c each, worth 81.00 1 dozen Mens Gowns, worth 89c, special at 75c. Mens Flannelette Shirts, worth 50c, special at 45c. Ice, Wool, Black and white large balls, worth 15c, at 10c. One lot of Veiling Remnants, one-half to 1 yard at 5e each. One lot of Embroidery Remnants at one-half off. One lot of Assorted Dress Trimmings, Gimp and Braid at one-half off. 25 piece Best Prints, grey, and red, at 4'rC. 10 pieces Apron Ginghams, special*at 4^c. 10 pieces Bark Flannelette at 4Jc. 10 pieces Flannelette, light colors, worth 10c, special at 71 c. A large asfortment of Domestic Remnants at special prices. Odd rolls of Wall Paper at lc per single roll. All odd combinations, sufficient for one room, side, ceiling and border at onehalf price. Balance of entire stock at one-third off. 25c Decorated Cups and Saucers at 19c. NO BROWN BACKS. We draw the line there. Brown Bucks are nothing but trash; short in measure, poor in quality, hardly worth the paste used for hanging thein What we sell is good, like every tiling olse we handle. He also had two daughters who are supposed to be living. It is not known whether they are married or single. Did you get a Free Sample of Johnson's Dyspepsia Cure last Saturday? If not call and get one. We shall couciuue to give them away until they are all given out. If you have dyspepsia or indigestion, it is what you need. Trv them. Does anyone know them? There it lay—the genuine thing. There was the stub tail, tawny color with proper marking. There was no mistaking it. It was as big as a tiger and weighed 75 Any information in the case will be thankfully received by Mr. Wright, at Westtield, N. Y. M. A. LYON. pounds! Dancing School. The ventnre may prove to be a profitable one as Mr. Kindall proposes to take advantage of an old law, now obsolete, but nrver repealed It is the law made in eaily days giving a bouuty on every wild cat killed, which we understand is $50. The young people of Westtield, interested in dancing, are invited to meet Miss Neill at the K. of P. Hall, Thursday evening, January 11, 1900, for the purpose of organizing a d incing class. Be sure to to come the tirat night—7 o'clock sharp. 1900 IS HERE and SO ARE WE IN MKMORIAM 10:30 a. m. "The Pharisee and the E. Cliurch Notes To reduce our stock with low prices Publican." At a meeting of the Monday Club held the 8th day of January, 1900, the President paid the following tribute to the memory of Mrs. Mary E. Nixon: Hats, Bonnets and Fancy Feathers are now below cost 7 p. m. "If you are in earnest is a We wish to turn goods into cash as much as possible before invoicing, so all winter goods must go cheap for CASH DOWN. It will pay you to call on us. right belief necessary Revival meetings begin Sunday. Special evangelistic service will be held every evening during the week, Saturday ex- '•With the echoes of our last joyoui meeting still ringing in our ears, there have come the sad tones of sorrow, warning us of the uncertainty of human life. One assortment of silver trimmed greeu Glasses at 19e. Large Glass Syrup Pitchers at 7c, worth 10c. Eclypse Xo 1 Cameras, aud I dozen Plates, worth 50c, clearance price 35c. cepted, ai 7:30 p. m We Sell fhe Elysian Perfumes and Toilet Articles. "So day by day we are made to feel that all partings have elements of deep solemnity about them. We lightly say 'good bve,' and the friendships, it may be of a life time, are gone forever in this world. E. J. Macomber, - "Westiielcl, IV. Y. South Siile of Main Street. Lieutenant VV. H. Faust, lately retired from the Navy on account of his health, the tirst of the year began an admiralty law course at ttie University of Michigan, Studying Admiralty Law. TRADING TICKET NOTICE. "No Trading Tickets will be given or redeemed after Jannary 20th. Make out your Twenty Dollars Worth and Bring Them In." " He who would through ignorance. or otherwise, cause the loss of a Patient's Vision, is little less than a Criminal.*' i'.t Ann Arbor "To-day, as we add the name of Mrs. Mary Xixon to the list of those whom the Monday Club will ever hold in loving remembrance, we record one of whom it may be truly said, 'She was a loyal wife, a devoted mother, a true and just friend, who, in the midst of her usefulness, has been called from the duties and cares of the world to the joy and reward of heaven.' To her 'Life was real, and life was earnest;' and so long as her memory lingers in the hearts of her friends, so long will the radiance of her sterling worth and goodness shed its blessing over all to wh< m her influence extends " Everything in the Line of In order to practice in the admiralty courts one must have a certain amount of naval education. This the Lieutenant has attained in his years of active servive. This leaves him nothing to do except to acquire the necessary legal knowledge. H. L. PITTS' Department Store FURNITURE Hence we feel the importance of qualifying ourselves to the utmost. 21, 22 and 23 Main Street, We wish to assure you that our increasing business, respectability and experience has not lessoned our desire or impaired our power to render just as good (if not better) services in the future than we have in the past. Monthly Report. WESTFIELD, 1ST. IT. The Y. M. C. A. report for the month of December is as follows: Daily average attendance about 33, total number 825. The small decrease over last month is due to the fact that non members are requested to keep out of the game room. The average number at the Sunday afternoon meetings about 21, total number 105; total number at the Bible class meetings about 12, average number 3; new members 14; old members renewed 8; a chess club of 20 For the Holidays. A Frightful Blunder Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., says, "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure did me more good than anything I ever took." It digests what you eat and can not help but cure dvspepsia and stomach troubles. Will often cause a horrible burn, scald, cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it. Cures old sores, fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. Only 25 a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by M. A. Lyon, druggist. Morris Chairs, Easy Chairs Upholstered Cobbler's Seat and Cane Seat Rockers,Ladies Desks, Combination Desks, Couches, Enamel Beds, New Chamber Suits, Parlor Tables, A committee was appointed to express to the family of Mrs. Mary E. Nixon the sympathy of the Club in their recent bereavement.M. A. Lyon, druggist. We invite you to call an have your Eyes Examined FREE of charge. Ill Mrs. Nixon, as an associate member of the Club, has been actively interested in all its work and will be greatly members organized. Westfield WILLIAM M. KINNEY Come to the meeting next Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Daring this Season missed at our meetings. Tlie Best Optician. At E. H. OVERTON'S Jeweler Store, Westfield, New York. While we mourn with deep sorrow one whose character endeared her to all, a true friend whose heart was ever warm with affectionate sympathy and whose noble nature is worthy of imitation, we gladly recall her sincerity, her devotion to home and friends, and her sterling integrity. "Life's race well run, Life's work well done, Life's crown well won, Now—comes rest." New goods coming in every day. Come and see. We think we can please you both in quality and price. Mary Spurr Arnold. of the year your Complexion needs a face lotion to heal up that chap. Carriage Saturday afternoon the friends of the late Mary S. Arnold, of Prospect Station, were pained and surprised to learn of her sudden death, which occurred at the home of her sister, in Buffalo, Mrs Luther Kendall.Painting Propositions PEGLAR'S ELITINE Will W. 6. N0RT0N, We Heartily Thank the Public She had not been in the best of health for the past two years. About six weeks ago she went to visit her sister in Buffalo, and on Saturday, December 30, she was taken with pneumonia. She was naturally of a strong and robust constitution, but poor health had so lowered her vitality that she fell an easy victim and died the following Saturday, January 6, being sick a few hours less than a week. At home her mother was dangerously ill, and for that reason the remains were taken from Buffalo to the home of her sister in Westfield, Mrs. V. A. Kent, from which place the funeral was held Monday afternoon, Kev. E. P. Cleaveland, of Fredonia, officiating. The burial was in Farnngton cemetery. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. will do it. 25c. Be No. 2 Main Street, Westfield, N. Y. For their very generous holiday pat- Alta Owen Flagler, ") Clara H. Skinner, > Com. Mary Case Minton, J JEToix nd. ronage. They bought nearly all our Holiday good—only left a few thiDgs. Officers Installed. IN MEDICINE What is left of the The foliowiug officers have been installed in Summit Lodge, No. 219, F. & A. M., and Crown Chapter, No. 128, Order of the Easterti Star: New IO Cent Line Quality is of first importance. After that skill in compounding, and price, are in order. We have these essential points. John W liite's, Holiday Stock Gold Assortment SUMMIT LODGE West Main St. W. M.—VV. H. Thompson. S. W.-W. H. Walker. J. W.—Geo. D. Rockwell. Treasurer—Ben Boult. Secretary—C. E. Brown. S. D.—D. K. Falvav. J. L>.—A. VV. Rumsey. S. M. of C.—H. V. Herrick J. M. of C.—Jav C. Taylor. Tiler—F. D. Barney. Cup and Saucers, CAN BE HAD AT Our large selling insures freshness. Plates, Tea Sets, 1 PRICE G. H. PEGLAR. Mary Spurr Arnold was born at Elm Flats, in the town of Chautauqua, and she spent her entire life in that town and the town of Portland, near Prospect Station, the latter place being her home for many years and at the time of her death. She was a woman who had the confidence and respect of everybody who knew her, and her faithful devotion to the care of her mother in her declining years and the administration of the household affairs will make her loss severely felt in that family. Pepper & Salt Sets EASTERN STAR, WEST HELD, ZV. Y. Oil LESS in or to save packing them to Worthy Patron—D. G. Jillson. Worthy Matron—Mrs. Alice Thompson. Associate Matron—Mrs. Lydia Jillson. Treasurer—Miss Ella Usborne. Secretary—Miss Cora Ottaway. Conductress—Mrs. Cora Dickson. Associate Conductress—Mrs. Margaret be put away. There are not a great ICE CREAM. SWEET CREAM. (Telephone No. 94.) many of them, but they are good and Look at our 100 piece Watch Opportunities. the price will be put down where all can get a New Year present Jones We want to sell vou a watch. We can please yon and save you money. There is a feeling of certainty in buying a watch of me. You know that you have what you paid for and paid for no more than you have,—chat the watch will do just what we say it will do. Now is the time- to buy, as all Elgin and Waltham Watches advanced 10 per cent, on January 1. We will sell our present stock and the old prices. £ H. OVERTON, Jeweler, DINNER SET, $5.75 to $7.19 Warder—Mrs. Hattie Wratten. Sentinel—Jay C. Taylor. Adah— Miss Lucy Seymour. Ruth—Miss Nettie J. Tyler. Esther—Mrs. Jennie E. Clever. Martha—Mrs. Lillian H. Chapman Electa—Mrs. Julia A. Brown. For the finest Ice Cream and Water Ices and] Sherbets call on J. R. ROGERS, Manufacturer of all kinds of fancy Ice Creams and Water Ices. Also dealer in sweet Jersey Cream in any* quantity from 1-2 pint up. I. E. JONES, DECORATED CHAMBER Corner Drug Store. Her age was 52 years, SETS, $1.65 to $6.00 She leaves a mother, four sisters, Mrs. Luther Kendall, of Buffalo; 5lrs. W. W. Dickson, of Pittsburg, Pa.; AgCes Arnold, and Mrs. V. A. Kent, of Westtield; three brothers, C. C. Arnold, of Warren, Pa.; W. H. Arnold, of the town of Chautauqua aud Redmond Arnold, of Prospect Station. What Do The Children Drink? Tlie Hooks Eat Oysters. LAMPS, ioc to $6.00 Don't give them tea or coffee. I ave you tried the new food drink c 'led GRAIN-O ? It is delicious and nourishing and takes the place of coffee. The more Grain-O you give the children the more health you distribute through their Bystems. Grain-O is made of pure grains, and when properly prepared tastes like the choice grades of coffee but costs about J as much. All grocers sell it. 15c and 25c. Westfield Hook & Ladder Co., No. 1 held an oyster supper at their rooms last uight, January 9. A good social time was had plates being set for 19. The Hooks are a fine body of men, as all our town's fire companies are, and contains men who have served in the company for more than a quarter of a century. Will sell you much cheaper than any store in town. JOHN R. SOGERS, Laurel Hill Farm. —The Erie Times has issued a Board of Trade edition that is a credit to both the publishers and the city. HARPER, The Grocer. 20 Main St.Westfield, N.Y.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1900-01-10|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1900-01-10|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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