Westfield Republican, 1901-01-02
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®l}£ ttkstfklD HcpnbUcnn * r * WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1901. T ... I NO. 41. VOL. XLY1. LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE THE FIREMEN'S ANNUAL. r2o™ I 1 CENTURY I | DAWN | 1 NEW I | ENERGY. \ *7K* "Jlf "JUr -wjp A REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING OF WESTFIELD CITIZENS. Telephone Call Wo. 80. A Good Social Time—A Samptaooi Banquet, Well Served —Brilliant Oratory From a Long List of Westfijld's TWENTIETH CENTURY NOTES. Ablest Speakers. GREAT JANUARY Did you get a Lamp for a Christmas present. If not, why not take one now at oar Special Jannarv Sale Prices? We are selling a beautiful amp „ , " ■corated globe for $1.00; just 25 per oent less than they are worth Reduoed Rates on all other other lamps. We bought too many and need the room. In helpiug as to make room yon help yourselves to bargains. It "8 so id odd pieces of China We are closing them out at less than we paid for them. GLASSWARE—Iu looking through our stock of Glassware we were J*?*" prised to find so roujh of it held in reserve in the warehouse. There is nothing cheap about it but the price. There are Sauce Dishes, Jelly Dishes, Butter Dishes, Pickle Dishes, Celery Dishes, Berry Dishes, Salad Dishes Spoon Holers Sugar Bowls, Tumblers, Olive Dishes, Sherbert Cups, Finger Bowls, Oil Bottles, Tinegar Cruets, etc., ranging in price from 5c, 10c, 25c to 50c each, acoordlng the artiole you want. . . NOTE THIS ALSO—Some beautiful large framed Pictures at a price less /than the frames are worth. Last Friday evening West6eld firemen held their annual banquet. Their annual gatherings are getting to be an event anticipated with lively interest every year. It always brings out a representative body of people from all classes of people so this annual gathering can be said to represent all interests in the village. WHITE, SO0B.S SAliC. A pronounced feature of this business is to offer to its trade seasonable merchandise under price. Hei ce this sale of white. January is the month when white muslins are mostly made up, and every thrifty housewife welcomes our extraordinary low prices and timely offerings We have prepared extensively lor this sale which includes large quantities of COTTONS, SHEETINGS, U/U/TF drfsS MUSLINS EMBROIDERIES. LINENS CRASH, MUdUfl/o, MUSUN UNDERWEAR. At first the guests assembled in the firemen's parlors in Firemen's Hall where a short time was spent socially until supper was ready, when all adjourned to Odd Fellows' hall where a most bountiful banquet was served. Following the banquet the following program of toasts and responces was given. Hon. S. Fred Nixon acted as toastmastei. LACES. A few Dinner Sets left that will go at a discount. . _ • _ Some splendid 12 piece English Porcelain Chamber Sets with a special P i e for the January Sale. Teese discounts are all upon- valuable goods, ana tne selling price in most instances is lees than the samt goods could be b>ught or now whol6B&l6 . We need more room to exhibit our large line of new Woll Papers, of which over 2000 rolls have already arrived. Begin the New Year right by making ou store your headquarters. Each line consists principally of new spring goods which have been ordered the 20th Century with a bang. SALE STARTS to start FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 4TH. — 15 DAYS— TO JAN. 20TH. Marvelously low prices are the powerful inducements to those who visit this sale. "Our City Fathers," S. C. Crandall. "Our Guests," D. K. Falvay. "The Ideal Fireman," Rev. Samuel C Welsh. Cottons. Sheetings, Sheets and Pillow Cases.—Under Price. The market continues to advance by leaps and jumpa and cotton will be no lower for some time. You are the one who will pay the advances if you delay buying. 1 case 4 4 Brown Cotton worth 60 at 5o. 1 case Hadley Brown Cotton, a regular 7o Cotton at 5}c. 1 case extra heavy Brown Cotton, worth 7jc, sale prloe 6£o. | case 4x4 bleached Muslin, worth 8jc, sale price 7a 1 case Fruit and Lonsdale blecached ex tra special at 7jc. 5 pieces 9x4 brow Lock wood Sheeting, worth 22c, special at 16c. 5 pieces 9x4 bleached Lookwood Sheet" ing, special at 19c 3 pieces 46 inch brown casing, worth 12jo, at 10c. 81x90 bleached Sheets speoial at 49c. 42, ,45 and 60x36 Oases at speoial prices. Table Linens, Towels, Toweling. 72 in. bleached Damask, $1 grade at85e. 10 doz. Damask & Hack Towels, extra 5) pieces assorted India Liaon, all grades, ooder price 7c, lOo up to 3Se. Berkleys Baglish Lias; Cloth 12Jo, 18c. Persian Lawa 19o and 25o. Swiss Muslin 25c. Washable Chiffon 65c. Tacking 50c, 75o and $1 per yd Muslin Underwear §JJ?,TP*r&.s. 5 doz. plain 0 >rset Covers, worth 15o, sale price lOo. 10 doz. plain and embroidered Corset Covers, worth 25c, special at 15o. 5 doz M isliu G twos, 50j grad* at 38o. 3 doz. Drawers. 25c quality at 19o. Reductions in the Corset Stock. Certain brands of go »d Corsets that we will not continue, to tn sold at onehalf prioe. The F. C., Dr. Warner's Coraliue and C. B , three $1.00 Corsets at 50c each. Curtain Muslins, Laca Curtains 6 pieces dotted Swiss Curtain Muslin worth 12$c at 10a 5 pieces Tambour Muslin and Curtain Swiss, 25o to 35o quality at 15c. 125 prs. Lice Curtains worth 65c, at 49c. M. A. LYON. "Our Fire Department," Rev. J. H large, 18o quality at 2 ror 25c. 10 doz. Damask Towels, friuged aud Clemens. "The Volunteer Fireman," C. J. Wig' gins. "The Fireman and the City Fathers,'1 H. C. Kingsbury, 8r. heavy, extra large, worth 35o, at 25c. 10 doz. extra brown Turkish Towels, worth 20c, at 12Jo. TAKE NOTICE! Two Finds in Bed Spreads. 2 doz. white Groohet Quilts, 85e values at 59o. What we have left in HATS, BONNETS, CH.ILDRENS BONNETS, Fancy Feathers, Fancy Silks, Etc., will now be sold regardless of cost to close out. "The Ladies," G. F. Dickson. "The West 8ide," DeWitt O. Jillson. "The Fireman and the Schools," Prof P. K. Pattison. 3 doz extra large and heavy Mareailles pattern Q lilts, worth $2, at $1.48. Embroideries and Laces. New 1901 Spring Goods are Here. At a late hour the company disbanded, all voting the gathering to have been the most interesting one the firemen had ever 2000 yds. Embroidered Edge, from J to lj in. wide, worth up to 7o,| sale price 3 Jo. 3500 yds. Embroidered Edge, from 1 to 2J in. wide, worth up to lOo and 12|o, sale price 6Jo. 5000 yds new Sprint; Embroideries aud Insertions, all widths, prioe 5o, 6o, 7c, 10c up to 75o. 4 „, « 3000 yd* Imported Torchon Lac9 Edge, 1$ to 4 in wide, special at 5c. 5 and 10 per cent off to lessen stock, on Underwear and Hosiery. got together. An KxquUlte Floral Design It is due to the artistic taste of Mr. G. Schoenfeld that one of the most exquisite designs in floral pieces ever made in Westfleld will appear on the desk of Speaker Nexon at the opening of the Legislature on Wednesday, Jan. 2, at noon. JE. J. Macomber, "VV" est lie Id, IV. Y. South Side of Main Street New 1901 Spring Dress Muslin. Sale Prices. 10 pieces Nainsook check and stripe, worth up to 18o, at 10c. 25 pieoes Leno strips aud Dimity cheok check and stripe, new spring stock, stook, under prioe 83, 10c 12Jo to 35o. This piece, five by seven feet, standing on an easel specially designed for it, has for its foundation four thousand Bronze Gala* leaves which were brought from Florida for this purpose. Surmounting these leaves is a wreath of laurel, representing the laurels won by the Speaker. In the center of this wreath are the figures 11, made of yellow immortelles, and representing the eleven years service in the legislature. Intertwined in this wreath of laurel are bouquets of American Beauty roses and Harrisii lillies and orohids, significant of authority, purity and beauty. Underneath the wreath and surmounting the galax leaves are three gavels made from yellow immortelles and representing the three terms as Speaker of the Legislature. The whole is surrounded by a wreath of smilax. Taken altogether it is one of the most beautiful designs in flowers that we have ever seen, and clearly embodies in Its architecture the ideas that were sought to be exemplified. The cards attached bear the names |of Fred R. Green, Louis MoKinstry, H. F. Gliasan, V. A. Kent, O. L. Ingalls, E. M. Kent, J. B. Douglas, E. J. Griswold, H. B. Case,; J. A.Maginnies and 0. J. Bannister. 6 pieces 18 in. Twilled Cotton Crash 4c Men's White ShirtS. 6 P'~" 17 «" "°m Bt°*° 0n»' 0 uoz. Msd's Uulanodeted Shi,to, LlM° C""'• 12,< ' rM.Sf'Sid.irf 8U,». worth half bleached Table Linen, worth SSo. sale price 65 ). extra special at 21c. * lot ot 0tAlm to clo8e ftt 60 «koh' Supplementary te the tale ef White Goods, all short lengths or remnants of Dress Goods, Linings, Domestics. Ribbons, Silks, Laces and Embroideries will be offered at half price. The First Snow NO Christmas stock left over to put away—everything sold. will probably make you think of CUTTERS BUT I HAVE A of which I have a stock, and a few sleighs of other kinds. Store will close at « o'clock; except Saturday Evenings. PITTS DEPARTMENT STORE, 5£A? Prices Reasonable. Buy now before they raise as prices are on the boom. JOSEPH AO ACER, Drug Stock the erectioo of his building. Mr. Welch will move to Fredooia very soon. , Village Real Estate Changes. A Good Suggestion. When real estate begins to change hands especially Main street real estate, then business prosperity seems to have become thoroughly inaugurated. Ed. Republican:—In addition to a suggestion I made in last week's Republican in regard to ashes I would further ask* why the town does not own a team ? In a talk with Clerk Finlay in regard to tbia matter he stated that the same idea was once brought op before the Board of Trusteea bat never acted upon. He atated the fact that a corporation team could be employed nearly every day in the year not only in removing aahea bat also in drawing lake gravel, snow plowing, hauling fire apparatus, grading streets, Ac., Ac. i A. £• P. Mr. Nagle, the processor of the Westfi 'Id factory, and Mr. Agnew, the bookkeeper will remain. Westfleld, N. Y. That is not only unexhausted but unehaustable, and exactly appropriate to the season, and selections taken from it will act promptly and true to its nature, because it is the genuine article and pure. C. J. Wiggins bu bought the A. E jPeirce store ftt the jog in Main street, now occupied by W. J. Hongerford. The consideration is said to be f3,000. This is one of the very best localities on Main street and Mr. Wiggins is fortunate in getting it so cheaply. Another real estate change has occurred on Jefferson street. Fred Luther has sold hii house and lot to Frank Page for |600. This is considered a bargain. Y. W. C- A. NOTES. THE GKRMAN Our classy have been somewhat broken up during I he busy holiday season, bat we expect to resume our work in real earnest next week. The olasses are still open t» those who wish to join them. Come and learu how to make your own clothing, embroider, crochet, and do battenburg. CANCERCURE Only treatment removing both oause •nd effect; s Rearing care. Write (or testimonials of people jon know. A. H. Wright, M. D., Specialist, Perrjiburg, N. Y. Prescriptions compounded here can be relied upon for their accuracy and prompt action. Forty-eight women and girls were present Sunday afternoon to hear Dr. Esther A. Ilahi-Baksh, of India- The talk was one of exceptional interact Canning Factory Chtngu Installation of OMwn Westfield canning factory will have a change of management this year. C. F. Shumaker, who installed the plant and managed it with success the first year, retired January 1st from the management and the employ of the United States Canning Co. He has been succeeded by M. F. McKoughnet, from the North East factory. Westfield is considered the model plant of the U. S. Canning Co.'s concerns, and his coming here may be looked upon as a promotion. He will be welcomed by the patrons of the factory. All persons who have had any dealing with the canning factoryVill regret the retirement of Mr. Shumaker. To the company he has been a faithful and profitable employee. He did not merely get out a certain amount of work during the season, bnt by hia superior knowledge and experience in auch matters, installed the plant in a way that is calculated to bring about the best results for the least expense. Some of the important machinery was his own invention, and having ihem constantly under bis observation when at work, was able to bring them to a greater degree of perfection than any person, except their inventor, could. , Next 8unday we will unite with the Y M C A for the afternoon service. Mia Kate Knight, of fiarmah, will speak. Come prepared to contribute to the collection which will be taken for Miss Knight's work in Burmah. f NO TIME LIKE Found Drowned Crown Chapter No. 128, O. E. 8., in* stalled the following officers Tuesday evening:About 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Deoember 27, the body of Mrs. Pranoes Maria Halts was found drowned in Ohautaoqua creek. Several years ago Mrs. Hultz had a sunstroke which unbalanced her mind, and on several oooasions she left her home unexpectedly without telling where she was going. Last summer she wandered away as far as Ripley. She lived with her son-inlaw, Fred Nichols, near the Woolen Mills bridge. On Christmas eve Fred worked at the eleotric light plant that night and did not get home nntil after midnight, when he found his motherinlaw had not retired. He supposed she went to bed jost before he did, bat when he woke ap in the morning she was gone. Search was made for her far and near, no one thinking to look so near at home; At last two boys playing en the creek stumbled over her body in about four inches of water. It is thought she wande red to the waters edge, had a fit, to she was subject, fell in and drowned. I. E. 10NES. THE PRESENT. Worthy Matron—Mrs. Lydia Jillson. Worthy Patron—G. F. Diekaon. Associate Matron—Mrs. Cora Dickson. Treasurer—Miss Ella Usborne. Secretary—Freida Schoenfeld. Conductress—Mrs. Carrie G. Jngalls. Associate Conductress.—Mrs. M. Jones. Warder—Mrs. Mary C. Barden. Sentinel—John C. Baas. Adah—Miss Flora Dann. Bath—Miss Louise Schoenfeld. Esther—Mrs. Lydia Brown. Martha—Miss Cora Ottaway. Organist-Mrs. Allie M. Ramsey. Corner Drug Store. Paint the carriage now—if it needs it—to] paint at the right time is to economize. I am prepared] to do the work—and do it (properly. I also have the'kindjoi material that looksjbest—and Christmas Gold EVe^body THE GOLD is sick at some time or other. When it comes your time to send for the Docter, kindly bear in mind that it will be a preat assistance to him in getting the best results from his prescriptions in your case, if they are properly filled: pure drugs carefully and skillfully compounded. I * . that Santa Claus Assistant Grand Lecturer D. G. Jillson installed the officers, Mrs. Alice Thompson acting as marshal. The reports of officers show the chapter is in a good healthy working and growing condition and the prospects at the beginning of a new century are particularly rosy. A pleasing feature of the evening was a reading given by Mrs. H. V. Herrick. It was a pathetic selection and was tendered with such fidelity as to moisten the eyes of many listeners. put in your stock tvears longest. JOHN L. WHITE, ing should be Weet Main Street, spent at Overtons Ff You Have Delayed Jewelry Store You will run no risk if you bring your prescription to us to be filled. We give you the best, compounded in the best manner, at the lowest cost. We try to save you money whenever we can. Kindly let us fill your prescriptions. We will merit the trust. providing yourself with one of the necessities of the season where you will Refreshments were served by a committee appointed for that purpose. Any praise of this part of the program would be superfluous It is sufficient to say it was right in line with similar items on past programs, the memory of which lingers pleasantly in the minds of the fortunate Ooroner Soules rendered a verdict ol •'drowning." Her age was 56 years. . His intercourse with the business men and the employees was equally satisfactory. He was equally kind, affable, forbearing and just to all, . A Wint e Suit find many hand- Death of Ndllio Waas. Nellie, daughter of Chas. Wass, superintendent of the cemetery, died Wednesday night of typhoid fever after an illness of ten days. She was in her 16th year, and a bright girl with a great many friends. Tne funeral was held at the residence at 11 a. m. Saturday. some pieces to His future plans are to build a canning factory in Silver Creek. F. B. Welch, who bid active charge of putting up the Westfield factory has setered his connection with the company and is ereoting another factory in Fredonia. Mr. French, of the firm of Jones A Preach, | has gone into business on his own hook land employed Mr. Welsh to saparlataad You can get more for your money than at any other place by dealing with. C. M. BACZMAN, partakers. Next Monday evening Summit Lodge, No. 219, F. A A. M will install officers. choose from, G. H. PEGLAR S, WMaimaj>, w. x. The fever was of a severe type and there were serious doubts from the first regarding her recoveryr—N. B. Snn. —The Schumann Society will meet in K of P. Hall next Tuesdsy afternoon at 3'Jto o'clock. The Tailor, berth Pertage St, Weetfield, N. Y.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1901-01-02|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1901-01-02|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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