Westfield Republican, 1900-04-18
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♦ •- * < *'A VOL. XLVl. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. L. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1900. HO. 4. LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE EASTER. ers if they had that life in them; and were they showing it in their daily lives. The world did not need mora eloquent preachers, but more consistent doers of Christ's will among the members of His church. They should let their light shine every day, S) that others might see that light and be saved. Pitts' Carpet Department, IT WAS CELEBRATED WITH SPECIAL MUSIC IN THE CHURCHES. Telephone Call XTo. 80. HOUSE CLEANING TIME The Day Wu a Perfect One, And All The Churches Were Crowded To Their Fall Capacity By Devout Worshipers. Quality and Prices. EPISCOPAL CHCRCH. The few warm days of the past week has emphasized the fact that houseeleaning time is really here. There has been a steady daily demand for Wall Paper, Paints and Oils. Oar store was never so well equipped to take care of trade as now, and the good that comes from making purchases here, is, that you get the best of everything. No shoddy goods. No trash. Our Wall Papers are all full lengths. No J Brown Backs are among them. Brown Backs are dear at any price. White Backs at 5c per roll are cheaper than Brown Back* at 3c per roll. Fire cents is our price on White Backs. They all have borders and ceilings to match. You get soma very beautiful effects among them. Among the higher prioed papers are hundreds of the most artistic patterns brought out this year Gilt Papers, Embossed Papers, Silk Papers, Ingrain Papers, Burlap Papers, Glimmer Papers, Tile Papers—ranging iu price from 5o per roll to 50c per roll. There is quality and style in every pattern we show. „ The greatest festival of the Christian year—Easter, was celebrated on last Sunday, and the power that it has over humanity was seen in the large congregations that filled all the churbhes. The glorious message of the Angel at the «mpty sepulchre came once again to the world—a message the import of which is greater than any other vouchsafed to the human soul. And the joyful response of faith is, "He is Risen ! He is Risen Indeed ! " The glad tidings of the Resurrection, and the promise of immortality are new every year, and can never grow old, or lose their supernal power to uplift and lead the mind to turn with unwonted longings, from the poor and imperfect life that now is, to the hope of that which is to come and which shall be without end. The gift of eternal Services in the Episcopal church were as outlined in the program in last week's paper. The church was handsomely decorated with potted plants and cu\ flowers. The congregation was large, and the sermon appropriate to tbe occasion, being one of Rev. Mr. McKinney's best efforts. The music, under the direction of Miss Wileou, was said to be as fine, if not superior, to anything ever heard in the church. The collection, which was for the payment of a church debt, amounted to $115. The Carpets are the making or unmaking of the home. They are the foundation of harmony in the furnishing, the foil that gives life to the decorated color plays. Quality means* much Carpets, we have none but the proven sorts. We build the merits of Our Carpet Department on Quality, Low Prices and refined character of the design which we select and largely control. Let us enumerate the variety : WINDOW SHADES AND CURTAIN POLES. Hemp Carpets 18c. Granite Ingrains 25c. Union Ingrain 1 -2 Wool 39c. All Wool Ingrain at 50c. Extra Super Ingrain. Extra Heavy, 59c. Lowell, Extra Super Ingrain, at 65c. Tapestry Brussels 48c. and 65c. Roxbury Tapestry at 90c. Body Brussels at $1.00 and $1.25. Velvet at $1.00. Axminsters at $1.00, $1.10, and $1.35, A great variety to select from. Among oar Window Shades are a quantity of the genuine Scotch Holland Linen Shades with knotted, fringe—the best kind of shade made. Boom Mouldings add to the appearance of a room. We have ■over 50 different patterns to select from, in colors to match all kinds of papers. PAINTS—You want to get your paint when you purchase your Wall Paper. We keep all kinds of Paint, but if you are looking for the best, get the Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint, a strictly pure article. It lasts twice as long as white lead when used alone. In the afternoon occurred the service for the children which was largely attended, and very interesting and instructive. On Easter Monday the following officers were elected: Senior Warden—F. W. Crandall. Junior Warden—W. H. Wilson life to fallen humanity, the great event of he first Easter morning confirmed for all Vestrymen—Thomas Ingram, Geo. W. Patterson, Jerome La Due, Ben Boult,Dr. York Patchen, Harry Wratten, A. B. Ottaway, Dr. T. E. Soules. OUR DRUC DEPARTMENT Is replete with all the Spring Medicines, Spring Tonics and Blood Purifiers, as well as the other leading remedies. Call in and see how well we are prepared to aerre you with the best goods at bottom prioes. time. It stands the sam£, yesterday, to-day and forever. To some, doubtless, there is no sign of change, or betterment over what has been in the past; wars are still raging; there is a superabundance of sorrow and suffering, a» there ever has been. • But to others, who see a little farther, and with clearer vision, the prospect grows brighter and brighter, and they are willing to believe that this Ekster Day, there is more good and less evil, more righteousness and less injustice, in the world than at any previous period of human history. Make the comparison for the moment with the Easter of a century ago, and what incalculable advancement is seen in all that benefits and exalts the race. It is unnecessary to recount details; they are recognized and appreciated by every candid mind. A century ago, and much less than that, the Easter festival itself was only observed by a small proportion of those who professed and called themselves Christians; now look at its universality. It is the oue supreme festival of the year, which all who believe in Him who rose from the dead, gladly join in celebrating, having faith that as each year passes, humanity draws nearer to its Saviour and its God. M. E. CHURCH. M. A. LYON The church was beautifully decorated. The alter was festooned with creeping pine and potted plants. Palms and lilies stood about the pulpit. The music, rendered by the choir, under the direction of Prof. Dickson, was inspiring, delighting all who were present and certainly showed careful training. The sermon was an eloquent one from the text; "Tlfe Sepulchre in the Garden." The garden was taken to represent that which gives us pleasure; the sepulchre that which mars pleasure. Adam occupied a garden without a sepulchre, but sin came bringing death. Since then there has been a sepulchre in every garden. The Resurrection of Christ, the empty grave in the garden near Jerusalem, speaks to as of hope ia immortality, pointing to that heavenly Eden, the paradise of Wod, the garden without a sepulchre. Hatting and Oil Cloth at Lowest Prices Known. SOMETHING NEW IN HATS The cool, crisp floor covering of summer time April is the month of house cleaning and you are sure to need these goods. Our assortment is yet ifnbroken. Prices range from 12 i-2c. per yard to 35c. EVERY DAY. THE PITTS VALL PAPER STOCK AND PRICES. We shall keep our assortment up to date. New Spring goods in other lines coming in. We placed our second order in addition to our Large Spring Purchase of 10,000 rolls last week for immediate delivery. The magnitude ot the Wall Paper Business done by this Department has not been" equaled in Westfield A fine assortment of Brainard & Armstrong's embroidery silks always on hand. As dealers deeply interested in matters of interior decoration we should fall far short of oar ideals if we did not give the wall- paper careful and expert attention. Th* whole sue -esrof room, in fact, depends upou the wall paper. If that is not right, all the efforts thereafter is simply toward making the best of a misfortune; and a wall paper store is very little help to you unless it enables you to avoid misfortunes by giving you an unhampered choice. That is what this store will do. Our showing of rare and beautiful paper and textiles for wall hangings have no superior in Westfield. E. J. Macomber, Westfield, IV. Y. South Side of Main Street. In the evening the Sunday School rendered au, Eister missionary program. It would hardly be just to mention any special recitation itiveu for everyoue did excellently. The collection tnken for India aud the famine sufferers Hmminted to 554 $13 04 of this was collected by the primary department of the Sunday School. New Goods New Feed Mill- Below we give a brief account of the services in the different churches: We start the Price at 3c , border to match. We have our Feed Mill in operation and would be pleased to renew our business relations with our old friends,... and by courteous treatment and good work, make new ones. We shall endeavor to keep' on hand everything pertaining to our line of business. ust in at No. 2, Main Street. EASTER AT BARCELONA. The school house was very prettily decorated for the Easter service last Sunday Afternoon. There was a very pleasing program given and a short talk by Rev. Samuel C. Welsh. Among The Stars H. L. PITTS' DEPARTMENT STORE, Tuesday nigbt, Crown Chapter No. 128, Order of the Eastern Stars, received the official visit of Mrb. M. Eva Williams, Grand Matron of the state of New York; and Mrs. Sarah Murphy, Grand Conductress of the Grand Chapter. There were also as visitors nine members of Acanthus Chapter at Mayville, including Worthy Matron Mrs. Fiske, and Worthy Patron Ward. MORRIS CHAIRS. 21, 22 and 28 Main Street, Westfield, N.Y' COBBLE SEAT ROCKERS. H. A. Lyon sells the paint that wear6 twice as long as lead and oil—Devoe lead and zinc, grouud by machinery. BRACE UP,i HIGH CHAIRS, NURSERY BAPTIST CHURCH. BEFORE. AFTER. The-*bovo cut shows'the 'application of tights'and Clamp* in repairing smooth or barb.wM fences. Simple,-eauly applied. reawnaWe.lnJpricJ Make* old fence* a* good a* new; The following cut represents one'ofour fence* UJWM ttructed of No. 0 unooth wire.. ,You„build thoM putting lna*"m*ny horizontal together with our, VIprigMa arg jctampsTmaking it hog or aheop proof » dulredyM to common 4MK)M and th« ttrongMt ftnc*4mwWBM btwinl Oont kto* that our'fm H £*9 'owwIveTtt cost* but very little more than plain brbarj •fre], A postal card will brtng you ckCularJMtpr*** tat>"wj»y.«otjook.into it, <*»■ CV08EB The exercises were devoted to the Sunday School. It being a rally, and the children took the leading parts. The church was tastily decorated by potted plants. Some very fine recitations were given by the scholars, and an appropriate address was made by the pastor, Rev. Mr. Welsh. A collection for missionary work in Cuba and Porto Rico was taken. CHAIRS, CHIFFONIERRES. 91. B. Church. COUCHES, NEW ENAMEL BEDS » (Half Brass.) The degree of the order was exemplified and the work received some special commendation from the grand officers. At the close of the work Worthy Matron Thompson, in behalf of the Chapter, presented the Grand Matron a souvenir of the occasion in the shape of an olive fork in a case. 10:30 a. m. Subject: "How much is he worth? " • 7:30 p. m. Subject: "The Christian and the theater." Custom grinding a specialty. Mill on Pearl street, Nickle Plate depot. near A Card. Come in and look over our The family of the late G. M. Rykert wish to express their appreciation of the deep sympathy and many kindnesses shown during their recent bereavement. Westfield, April 16, 1900. Stock and get prices. ST. PETER'S GERMAN CHURCH. J. G. Harris. There was a large congregation present at St. Peter's German church. The church was beautifully decorated by potted plants and cut flowers, and the service was very inspiring and helpful. The music was appropriate and well rendered and added much to the service. The sermon by the new pastor, Rev. Theodore Jud, from the subject, "The triumph song of faith," was an exceptionally fine address, and was given the closest attention by the large congregation present. Refreshments followed succeeded by speechmaking by the grand officers, visitors and others. F. Harris. W. 6. N0RT0N, No. 2 Main Street, Westfield, N. Y. COMMANDS A SCHOOLSHIP. Burned To Death. Irene, the two-year old infant of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luther, of Dunkirk, was burned badly last week Monday and died April 11. The little one pulled a lamp off the table, breaking it so the oil which saturated her clothes took fire. OREN Lieutenant-Commander Hughes of West' field Pat til Charge of The Enterprise. ANCHOR FENCE CO. Jamestown, At Y. In the Spring! A Big Bargain! Lieutenant-Commander Edward M. Hughes, United States Navy, has been detached from duty at the Boston Navy Yard and ordered to command the Massachusetts nautical schoolship Enterprise on April 21st. Commander Hughes is a resident of Westfield and his many friends will be pleased to learn of his new detail, the assignment being considered one of the most desirable in the service. A young man's fancy lightturns to soda water and other light things, but his liver, and all other people's livers, need regulating by some Cat this oat and return wttb $1. ( money order or currency] and we will order the following "Family Combination" sent prepaid. Charles Luther is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luther of Jefferson street, this place, and well known here. The child was buried in Westfield cemetery last Friday. ST. JAMES' CHURCH. N. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE 1 YEAR. •The serviSfes at 8t. James' church were very impressive and solemn. The high mass was Schenuit's. in F with a Regina Coeli by Webber, and was rendered in a pleasing manner by Misses Condey and Flannagan, assisted by the choir. They were accompanied on the organ by Miss Shalloe, of Buffalo. A very eloquent and impressive sermon was preached by Father Corbett from the subject: "Resurrection, Sincerity and Truth." The church.is in a prosperous condition financially, over $4,000 having been expended upon the church property during Father Corbett'a pastorate, and the improvements are still in progress. THE GENTLEWOMAN 1 YEAR. What The NATIONAL ILLUST'D MAGAZINE 1 YR. AMERICAN POULTRY ADVOCATE 1 YR HAPPY HOURS FAMILY MAG. 1 YEAR. VERMONT FARM JOURNAL 1 YEAR. Neted Evangelist Dead. John Wright Dean, known throughout the United States as "The Quaker Evangelist," died at Pawtucket, R. I., April 8, 1900, aged 70. Our Price $1 — Regular Cost $4 The Enterprise is one of three Teasels loaned by the Navy Department to the States of Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania, respectively, for the training of boys for the merchant service; these vessels carry complements of regular naval officers, but crews are furnished by the States ty which they are loaned,, s In the last six years, the Enterprise has turned out a remarkably fine lot of young men, many of whom are now serving as officers of our larger transatlantic and coastwise steamers. The number of pupils now on board is about 125. Spring Medicine This combination fill* a family need. We will substitute the Chicafco Weekly later-Ocean,Toledo Weekly Blade, Ksnsaa City Weekly Star, Denver Weekly Times, Twic»-e>week Louisville Courier Journal, San Francisco Weekly Gazette in place of It T. Tribune U desired bat no otber changes ate allowed. Clubbing list for a stamp. , Deceased was brother-in-law of Mrs. Mary E. Fosdick of this place. He was born at Hamburg, N. Y., April. 23, 1830, then a Quaker settlement of some repute. He learned the printer's trade, but about 30 years ago took up evangelical work with great success. His home was in Washington, D. C. He leaves a wife and two sou*. Careful Engineer of which we have a large stock of the leading varieties that have the highest value. O. H JONES, Boom 486, Otic. Manager Lermont Farm Journal, WILMINGTON, VT- is to the machin.e the Druggist is to the community which gives him its patronage. The lives of men are entrusted to ICE CREAM. SWEET CREAM. PKX8BTTB&IAN CHUBCH. A GroVlng Reputation. We also have a fine line of grape juice—a natural food as well as a medicine. Finest line of best perfumes.A few weeks ago an officer of the Case School of Applied Science, of Cleveland, Ohio, visited the Westfield High School in order to determine by personal inspection if the equipment and the work done there* at were of such a character as to entitle it to be placed on the "accredited list." The result is shown in the following letter: Cleveland, O., Aprtl 12, 1900. P. K. Pattison, Westfield, N. Y., ( Dear Sir:—It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the Faculty of Case School of Applied Science has voted to aqcept certificates from graduates of the Westfield High School ia place of entrance examinations for admission. I enclose oar certificate to that effect. We sincerely hope that you will-be able to send as some students in the near fntore. I am, Very traly yours, ? Chub. S. Hows, Sec'y of the Facalty. (Telephone No. 94.) The church was crowded at the morning service, and the floral decorations, consisting of palms, potted plants and Easter lilies, were very beautiful. The choir, under the leadership of Miss Sturgis, rendered some excellent music, the solos by Mrs. Sheldon, of Clymer, being especially fine, and won for her warm praise from those who were fortunate enough to hear her. The new pastor, Rev. George L. McClelland, preached an exceptionally able aermon from the text: "In Him was life; and the life was the light of Men," John 1:4. He shtW clearly that it was net Christ's worn, Wader ful as they were, that uplifted men, but it waa the life in Him* that* elevated and purified men, and ho aaked his hear- The Enterprise will this summer make a cruise to Europe, returning to Boston early in October. While in France, the ship will ascend the Seine as far as Kouen, from which place the boys will be within reaching distance of Paris and the exposition—Buffalo Express, April 13. For the finest Ice Cream and Water Ices and Sherbets his care. It is a recognition of this fact which has never been lost sight of in the dispensing of drugs in this pharmacy. call on J. R. ROGERS, Manufacturer of all kinds of I. E. JONES, Corner Drug Store. His 36th Tear. .P. W. Bemis has received his appoint, ment from Wilson S. Day, as chief of polite and superintendent of the gate men fancy Ice Creams and Water Ices. Also dealer in sweet lersey Cream in any quantity New Daway HmDoh It I "What wouldn't we gi?e to do what Dewey 'done.'"—Qaotation from a poet. for the ensuing season. This is his 26th year ia the service of the Chautauqua Assembly. From the beginning of the Assembly he has been at the head of the ticket department and for about fifteen years has boon superintendent of police, •ood record. from 1-2 pint up. , JOHN E. BOGER8, Laurel Bill Farm. G. H. PEGAR. wjtaxnaLD, v.x. —Fob Rikt—Hoom and bun,frail for family vn&srim, city water. Cor. Bite mad Uaion St*. H. D. Taomvoir.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1900-04-18|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1900-04-18|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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