Westfield Republican, 1900-06-06
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1 @J)e tPcotfieft Republican. •% i K VOL. XLV1. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1900. NO. U. LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE PECULIAR LAND DEAL. WE DO HAVE BALL. , PITTS' A Purely Local Team Has Been Or- STRANGERS "SWAP" REAL ESTATE ganlced. Series of Weekly Jane Sales • - • Telephone Call 2To. 80. "SIGHT UNSEEN." Our local base ball fans met Monday night and organized a purely local team, for the purpose of playing ball with other local teams within easy reach. It is not expected that there will be high class playing that is looked for from a professional team. That kind of ball is not always the most interesting if it is scientific. Closely contested games are fully as satisfactory as any one-sided game where a weak club walks Up to be slaughtered by some club much stronger. COMMENCEMENT It Was Like Boys Trading Jack Knives —The Parties To The Transaction la but a few weeks ahead. Gifts for those who will add their aames to tho number of graduates from our High Sohool at that time, muat interest a large number of people in West field and vicinity. Had Not More Than an Hoar's As this heading indicates we start a series of weekly June sales. Every item advertised for this sale will be trade stimulators with no idea of profit-making. It is a stock adjustment that brings about these remarkable offerings. A culling of desirable styles throught the stocks that are too numerous for this period, and when such a transaction is once determined here, it must be effective. No time to temporize with trivial price reductions. This is the present plan to make this event a brief one on every line of goods itemized. Acquaintance Perhaps as strange a land deal as was ever consummated in the town of Westfield, took place June 4th, when Clarence P. and Victoria R. Iagalls, of Rosebloom, Otsego Co., traded their house and lot in that place, with Washington C. and Alice Newlen, of Stanton, Mont Calm Co., Michigan, for a house and lot in that place. The value claimed for each piece of property was $500; $25 changed hands. A Class of 2B Before the Footlights Speaks volumes in an edcational way for our school, its teachers and its pupils, There is no place like our store for appropriate gifts upon such at occasion. BOOKS COME FIRST. The result of the organization Monday night was the election of C. J. Wiggins, Manager. William Peacock, Captain. Edgar Welch, Secretary and Treasurer. E. F. Erb, center field H. J. Haase, pitcher Edgar T. Welch, catcher J. C. Cross, second base C. E. Rykert, left field 8. A. Hamilton, third base , M. F. Anderson, short stop William Peacock, first base W. B. Wilson, right field Edward J. Winkleman, substitute Chas. Seawright, substitute " He who loveth a pood book, will never J want a faithful friend, a wise counselor, a cheerful compfcuioD, or an effectual omforter." Here is the Place to Them. On that day Mr. Ingalls and wife drove into Westfield with a covered rig like a These Prices are (or ONE WEEIl, JDNE 7th to JUNE 14th. All the reliable old writers and all the popular new ones. Books in dainty bindings—froems, Essays,Scientflc Works, etc.—hundreds of them to select frooi. Some choice boxes of Stationery, odd pieces of Sterling Silver novelties, Beautifnl Vases, rare pieces of Fancy China and Br1c a Brae, Cut Glass, Splendid Perfumes, Framed Pictures, Water Colors, Pastells, Engravings, Medallions, etc. All these and many other articles in abundance, to help give expression to the -esteem and kindly regard in which are held those who are to go out into the world with an ambition to moke their mark. It ia none too early to be looking for gifts, dome to us for them. They are here in great variety. "prairie schooner" with a tenting outfit, &c., ready for a long journey. They were on their way to visit Mr. Ingalls' brother at Manitoba, Canada. They owned a house and lot at Rosebloom. Intending to dispose of it he brought along his deed and other papers for that purpose. Light Shirting Print and dark Albion Print at 4 cents. Lonsdale bleached at 7 l-2c. \ 10 Pieces Dress Ginghams worth 10c per yard, sale price 6c. 10 Pieces 36 inch Percale, 10c grade at 6 l-2c, 15 Pieces Fancy Dimities worth 12 l-2c, reduced to 8o. 10 Pieces Brazyl Cloth, 18c grade, at 12 l-2c. 5 Pieces Nainsook Checks, 12 l-2c grade, at 8o. 2 Piece White Organdie marked 22c, to close at 10c. 7 Pieces White Checks and stripes worth from 15c to 25c, soiled, to close 12o. 10 Pieces India Linon worth 15c, reduced to 11c. Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests, 5c. Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, special at 22e. 5,Pieces 50c all-wdol Skirting Plaids, special at 38c. White Muslin Ties at lc each. 10 Dozen Misses Tan Bibbed Hose worth 18c, to olose at 9c. 50 Dozen Ladies' fast black Hoee at 8o. 1 Lot Ladies' Fancy neokwear at 1-3 off. 10 Dozen Ladies' Liten Collars reduced to 8c, worth 12c. fi Pieces Cotton Warp Japanese Matting, reduced to 18o. 3 Bolls all-wool Ingrain Carpet at 43c—for «ne week only. 6 only, Ladies' Tailored suits at one-half off. Ladies' Crash Skirts, special at 75«. Window Soreens, special at 15c, worth 20c. Hammocks with Spreader at 69c. Wall Paper, one-third off. 5 Pieces Ourtain Muslin, soiled, one-half off. AMI? WtitilT AMIV.- millinery under price, """ """J* UHLI . trimmed, untrimmed, At about the same hour on the same day Washington C., and Alice Newlencame down from the west, in ft similar rig, for the same purpose, their destination being among Mrs. Newlen's relatives near Rochester. They naturally could not help seeing one another, then they began comparing notes and the two wives got the idea in their heads it would be a good idea to trade places. The men saw no objec- M. A. LYON Paul R. Welch, substitute The players have agreed to play the positions assigned above subject to any changes the manager and captain may de" CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. sire. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. New Mail Changes. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. Mails now leave Westfield going south, at 9:10 a. m. and 3:40 p. m., and arrive from the south at 11.15 a. m. and 6:45 p. m. Postmaster Kent has worked for the past six months to get this desirable condition of things, and it involved considerable work, he being obliged to carry the matter up to the Postmaster General. Our south' ern mail, connecting us with the county seat, is a very important one, the need of which Mr. Kent saw and provided for. There is also another new mail from the west, arriving here at 6:58 p. m. CRESCENT. Accidents Are Unknown CRESCENT. tions to the deal. The bargain was made, papers were exchanged, the two swapped keys to their respective houses, each woman told the other what household goods she might expect to find in her new possessions, and inside of two hours two families were going toward their homes, instead of from them, without having changed their direction of travel. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. —on Crescent Bicycles, No matter how hard they are ridden, no matter where they may go, they never show signs of weakness. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. TRIMMED. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. The millinery management is always after new things. There is no filing in of lots when run low. Something new comes, and small lots accumulate, so today we bring them all out and mark them at prices that will take them rway quickly. Everything is new and up-to-date. It is only the other day that the season opened. This store never shows last season's goods. CRESCENT. Crescent Bicycles CRESCENT. To an outsider such a transaction looks as if each party thought he was almost sure to beat the other, or that it is an exhibition of extreme confidence. Of course we want to believe it is the latter case. If it is, then it looks as if every pledge the Republican party made four years ago had now been fulfilled. It was then promised AN INTERESTING MEETING. CRESCENT. —are strong and rigid, and are proof against strains and jolts. You can take your pick from Chain Wheels : $25, $30 and $35. thainless, $50 and $60 CRESCENT. Fourth Annual Congress Of the Federa- tions of Wemen's Literary and Educa- CRESCENT. CRESCENT. tional Clubs. The fourth annual Congress of the Federation of Women's Literary and Educational organizations of Western New York, met in Mayville, June first and second. A number of the Westfield Monday Club were in attendance as follows: Mrs. Terry, Miss Wedge, Mrs Thompson, Mrs Boult, Mrs Grant Flagler, Mrs Walker, Mrs Watson, Mrs Russell, Mrs Frances Flagler, Mrs Rood, Miss Munson, Miss Simmons, Miss Holt, and Miss Seymour. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. if McKinley was elected hard times would cease, prosperity would come in abundance and perfect confidence would be restored. Now the complaint about hard times is a mere echo, there ia no doubt about prosperity being here, and as for confidence— wbo can want a greater exhibition than Trimmed, Hats, special for this week, fancy braid trimmed with Chiffon and Flowers, stylish and pretty, at $ 1.98. One lot of Children's Hats, to close, at 25 cents. Special reductioa on all millinery for this week. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. E. H. OVERTON, CRESCENT. Westfield, N. Y. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. H. L. PITTS' DEPARTMENT STORE, :hat? 21, 22 and 23 Main Street, Westfield, N. Y- CRESEENT- CRESCENT: CRESCENT. CRESCENT. LIBRARY NOTES. Mrs Charles M Dow of Jamestown, president, of the Federation, won the admiration of all, as presiding officer. Miss Toles of Mayville gave the address of welcome, most gracefully. The exercises of Friday were followed by a long ride on the steamer, City of New York, with supper on the boat, this was a treat provided for about one hundred and fifty guests by the Tuesday Clnb and the Critical Club of Mayville. The pleasures of the evening were enhanced by the playing and singing of the Mayville Mandolin Club. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT. CRESCENT May Report GRISTS GROUND BRACE UP. Number of volumes issued for home use, 1704. COME AND SEE Average daily use 53. Largest daily use 142. Smallest daily use 23. WHILE YOU WAIT AT THE Our fine assortment of Ladies, and Children's TRIMMED MATS Per cent adult fiction 64. New registrations 12. BEFORE. AFTER. The above cut shows'the application of our*06* frights and Clamps in repairing smooth or barb wlrd fences. Simple, easily applied, reasonable in pric« Makes old fences as good as new. The following cut represent* on*6fJ>urfene*flo»T» strutted of No. 9 smooth wire. You build thenu putting in as'many horizontal wire* as youvwiehJ tighten, then/lejtogether with our Uprights and Stamps.* malting It hog or sheep proof if desired. It s common sens* and the strangest fence made ouf )f wire.' Dont get the idea that our fence la e« >enewe!it cosU but very little mor* than plain or b*r» wire!. A postal'card win bring you arcular.*Mlj>rtof m W.hyjwtlookjntoiU Harris Feed Mill Kara Old Booka. Just the styles for the season, And Prices —well-- Just to Suit When Dr. Rodier got possession of the old Tinker library, he found some rare Old books. He brought to this office Monday an old Materia Medica, compiled by R. Goade, December 2, 1754, published in London for the author and sold facing St. Magnus' church, London Bridge. Cor Pearl & Jefferson Sts., Your Pocketbook The Congress concluded on Saturday at three. Resolutions were taken that the Mayville ladies were delightful hostesses and had been most ably assisted by the Mandolin Club. The Mayville Clubs were so modest, it was only by accident I discovered that Miss Frances Wallace was acting president of the Tuesday Club, and Mrs Tennant, apparently, chairman of the reception committee. Let me state, those fine potato chips were home made. Mrs. Rickenbrode said so. Also our Underwear and Hosiery, all grades and priced. Summer Corsets now in stock. JE3» J. Macomber, Good Work, Prompt Service. "Westfield., IV. Y. A Lindley Murray grammar, 1815, printed and sold by E. & E. Hosford, Albany, N. Y. GRAIN and FEED South Side of Main Street. OPEN ANCHOR FENCE CO. * Jamestown, As. V. Birthday Social At Lowest price. A. S. Watson, Westfield, 33". Y. The Y P 8 C E of the Baptist Church are arranging to celebrate your birthday next Friday eveniog, Jnne 8th, in the Baptist Church Auditorium, a good program will be given, preceded by a short Band concert on the lawn in front of the Church given by the Westfield Band, the program will be followed by refreshments served in the Church Dining room. All are invited to be present and bring one cent for each year you have lived. 8» Bltf miitTn your town: IfyouttaOtlM •• *C3£SA»»- Thanking the public for its liberal patronage, and asking a continuance of the same, we Manufacturer and Dealer in During the congress, nearly thirty able papers and addresses were given, besides many reports. The Monday Club of Westfield was represented by Mrs Grant Flagler, report of the Monday Club, Mrs Frances Flagler, paper on "Progress in the science of Medicine and Physiology; Mrs Rood, on "Education vs. Character Building." Grape Baskets, Grape Crates, are, Your obedient Servants, There is a Time Berry Baskets, Berry Crates, Etc. J. G. Harris. And Place for everything. A New Highway. F. Harris. A practical talk of the Congress was a plea for the preservation of our birds, by Miss Clara Van Da Zee, of Hamburg. The milliners and the women are responsible for the ruthless destruction of thousands of useful and beautiful birds annually, many species as, the gull and the heron, are becoming, extinct, her conclusion "Won't you do something?" EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND Commissioners Record, fieebe and Stebbins, after their hearing here last week, have decided that tljere is a necessity for a new road from the Main Road to the Hardscrabble road, and hate awarded damages as follows: * CHAINS! There is a Tiie to Paint Eight-pound grape baskets made from both hard and softwood veneer, unexcelled in quality. 300,000 bleached, machine-made pony baskets, the strongest and most attractive basket that is put upon the market. 100,000 quart berry baskets. 2,000 really fine quality .gift berry crates. Michael McGarrell $350 00 There is a place to buy paint. It is our store, because we have the R. G. Wright .. 300 00 Mrs. £. A. Button 260 00 A CHAIN IS NO STRONGER THAN ITS WEAKEST LINK. The promoters of the federation feel at the close of this fourth annual Congress, that it is destined to benefit, not only individuals but also the State. W. 50 car loads of standard grape crates, not of the ordinary cheap kind, but of a quality that will help sell the fruit at the highest market and sustain price. All packages delivered at premises, in Chautauqua belt,or at shipping stations, as arranged. Apply to or address, Commissioner Miller says it will cast between $800 and $900 to build the road and put it in shape for travel. Total $900 00 An old and (rite saying; particularly true when applied to many of the modern vest chains, where Evkby link is the weak one. There is bat one safe coarse in baying a watch chain. Buy of a practical watch-maker and silversmith— one who knows jost what a chain should be, how oonstraoted to make it datable.Elko Ready-Mixed Paint Y. W. C. A. Notes. Brewer Fitch Drowned. During the summer months the Association rooms if ill be closed during the day. The regular evenings for the rooms to be open will be Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. We hope also to have two more lectures on *'Th« Care of the Sick" by Miss Bullock. The first of which will be given Wednesday evading, June 13. We wish to acknowledge the gift of screens by Miss Ketchum ope of our members, The subject for the service Sunday, June 10, is, "Great Reforms that Need Our Help." All women and girls are invited to be present/ A telegram was received here by F. B. Brewer, June 3, informing him that his nephew, Francis Brewer Fitch, had been drowned at Capaton, New Mexico, where he was employed by a mining company, on June %. There were no particulars. The young man was 25 years old, and well known here,, having attended our High School, and for a short time was in the feed business with George Wratten. His father, W. C. Fitch, is a Buffalo attorney, and he was a brother of Lieut. Roger S. Fitch, who was with Roosevelt's Rough Riders in the Spanish American war. Every gallon is guaranteed. We have sold over 200 gallons during the past two weeks. A. S. WATSOX, V WESTFIBLD, N. Y. Come in and get sample cards and study color effects. Edison's Phonograph Better than a Piano, Organ, or MnMc Box, for it sings and talks as wel' don't cost as much. It reproduces the music of any instrument—band or' jtories and aiogs~the old familiar hymns as well as the popular songs—i See that Mr. Edison's signature is NATIONAL .PHONOGRAPH CO.c Thas you have protection fer your watch, aa well aa an ornament for your person. G. H. PEGLAR. as plays, _ .4 is always ready. > op every machine. Cata•35 Fifth Ave., New York. Joguea of ktt dealers, or E. H. OYERTOI, Jewler, YestfiflM, X.I. westfield, y.r.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1900-06-06|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1900-06-06|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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