Westfield Republican, 1901-02-13
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-V Sl)c TOtglftw tleirablican \ / VOL. XLVl. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO.. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1901. NO. 47. TWO UNUSUAL RECORDS- DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION. LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE They Show the Country is Enjoying ■ Big Boom of Material Prosperity iHiteft The Tenth Annual Congress Will Open In Washington Feb. 18.—Westfleld James LaFlamboy Las finished col lecting taxes and made a record not reached iu former years. Without a single extensi. n of his warrant he has all of the $14,517.21 of taxes, except about $200 on real estate and the special franchise tax which is now in litigation. Usually warrants have to be extended once and sometimes twioe, and then the b ilnn 3e is much greater. Represented. Telephone Call Wo. 80. Arrangements for the meeting of the tenth continental congress of the national society of the Daughters of the American Revolution have been completed. The committee in charge of the details hold frequent meetings at the Washington headquarters of the society in the Loan and Trust building, and it is expected that the sessions, which will be held in Chase's Grand Opera House, Washing ton, beginning the 18th instant and continuing until and including the 23d instaut, will be not only largely attended, but most successfully. We like to be busy. Hence we are making especial low prices on different lines of merchandise to help make the dull season a busy one. Our offerings for February willj make it T H F N F W The carPet is the first thought in refurnishing the house for spring. All SPRING other furnishings depend upon it. \ VJ The color scheme starts from the (2 A f? P R T* floor and the harmony must continue through the lurnishings and draperies. Many of Westfield's housekeepers are planning re-organization for the new season. Many are ready to-day, perhaps waiting for the new goods to appear. Miss Julia Trull, collector of school taxes, collected all on her roll except $11 on real estate, aud one personal tax. IK MONTH OF BARGAINS.** These facts show that Westfield people are in a more prosperous condition than they were a few years ago. It is a good time to buy WALL-PAPER now. The prices nearly cut in two. In order to make these remarkable low prices we have broken the trust, or in other words, these prices mean cash with the purchase. There are to be about 8,000 delegates in attendance, and the large representation will give great importance to the report that will be made by the committee appointed to consider the question of purchasing in Washington a site for the location of the proposed continental hall. Great difficulty is experienced annually in procuring a ball large enough to accommodate the delegates. The fund for the erection of a building which will be the Washington headquarters of the organization now amounts to $60,000. A New Society THIS ANNODNCES FULLEST READINESS AT PITTS. A new society was organized in Westfield on Monday. It is a branch of the Waie, Liquor and Beer Association of the State. Splendid gatherings of the finest and best Carpets that come from the mills; from the lowest grade that we know to be worthy up to the most elegant and luxurious Carpets that are made. These finer grade we handle by sample only, which we find to be more satisfactory to the trade, guaranteeing prompt delivery. White Back Papers at 3c per roll is half price Good Gilts at 5c per roll is half price 15c Gilts at 10c per roll is nearly 40 per cent discount You would have to search the world over to find a place where your money would bring you a better rate of interest. If you prefer credit to paying cash, we can give it to you for a limited time by your paying regular rates. Tne object is said to be thn protection of the liquor dealers, both in securing their rights aud in making the dealers themselves live up to the law. The following officers were elected: President—M. Weindorf. Secretary—O. W. Smith Treasurer—D. D. Arnold. Trustees—C. 0. Hill, A. J. Lahey, Frank Winkleman. The opening event of the congress will be a reception at the Corcoran Art Gallery the evening of February 18th. The next morning the first session will be held and the president general will deliver an address of welcome, to which a response will be made by the state regent from one of the original thirteen states. The evening of the 22d a service in memorial of Miss Eugenia Washington, will be held. WE HAVE SAMPLE BOOKS Hemp Carpets special at 16c Granite, Ingrain, beBt grade at 25c Union, extra heavy Ingrain, one-half wool, at 39c All Wool Ingrain, speoial value at 50c Imperial extra Buper Ingrain, extra heavy at 59c Lowell Ingrain, heaviest two-ply ingrain known at 65c Lowell three-ply Ingrain, rich designs, at 85c 5 8 Stair Carpet 14c, 25o and 39c Tapestry Brussels 75c. Rtxbury Tapestry 90c. Axmiuster, rich effects, $1.15 All J Carpets have Borders to match Oomigated Moth Proof Carpet Lining, 25 yd rolls at 50c, 50 yds at 81.00 Oil Cloth and Linoleums all widths. The new patterns show much refreshing novelty. Colorings are brighter, patterns original and effective. of some very exclusive papers sent us from one of the largest manufacturers in the world. If you want something that no one else will have look over this line. We have beautiful Room Mouldings to go with the Papers at 3c, 4c and 5c *** fA?l kinds of Curtain Poles, oak, ebony, walnut, cherry, brass and enamelled white . , Window Shades from 15c, all complete, to 75c per window Enamel Paints and Varnish Stains for interior work Sergeant-at-Arms—V. M. Gadola Guard—R. D. McLean. Executive Committee—H. A. Monroe, C, W. Smith, Lewis Thompson. Washington's birthday anniversary is the time assigned for the election of a president general and ten vice-presidents general. Smith's Velvets $1.00 Pathmasters for 1901 Here are a few pick up things that should urge you to examine them- H. C. Miller, commissioner of highways, has appointed the following pathmasters for 1901: The final session will take place Saturday, the 23d instant. All Bristly Hair Brushes 25c each Whisk Brooms 10c each. • Pocket Knives at cost to close them out Fancy Baskets at half price to close them out Cameras at a big discount. Parlor Lamps at 20 per cent discount Framed Piotures at quick selling prices Odd dishes and odd pieces of China at cost to close them out 120 BheetB of good Stationery for 15c ■50 Good White Envelopes to match for 5c Bankers Linen Paper at 7o per quire, less than half price Bargains all through our Stationery department Don't miss these good things while they are going Dist. Name. 1. Bristol, John B 2. McGarrell. M 3. Bulleu, N F 4. Hills, Charles 5. Wood, M A 6. Bourne, David 7. Taylor, John 8. Monroe. Henry A 9. Sochse', William 10. Freeling, E 0 11 Light, Walter L 12. House, Edwin 13. Hopkins, B J 14. Wiuklenian, F C 15. Jillson, Adelbert 16. No Resident 17. Finley, EH - 18. Breads, Joseph 19. Plato, Mark L 20. Baynor, Charles 21. Arneman, Ed 22. Fitch, A S 23. Tong, James 24. Wright, Thomas 25. Roths, John 26. Northrup, Schuyler 27. Seawright, Samuel 28. Hopson, N B 29. Tucker, Walter 30. Skinner, 31. Swartz, Fred 32. Kingan, James 33. Bowen, T H 34. Holoomb, Geo C "35. Hunt, 0 D 36. Dorman, G W 37. Axman, John 38. Nonomaqae, Joseph 89. Sheller, John 40. Wallace, James 41. Russell, Edwin 42 Chandler, S E 43. Oakea, Reuben 44. Jaqnitb, 0 L 45. Stephens, L P 46. Bourne, Louis F 47. Holbrook, H W 48. Nundy, Chaa. H 49. Hardenburg, Jacob 50. Walker, George I We have interriewed a large number of the above pathmaaters, and we have yet to find one who does not say it would be better to have their road tax paid in money than have it "worked" oat as it is at present. P. O. Address. Westfleld M Westfleld will be represented by Mrs. G. W. Patterson, the regent of the chapter. THF WAI I °ur Wal1 PaPer Stock is not bought in the , ordinary way. All P P p E? our decorative forces work together f°r the artistic beautifying of homes |~| OWING Instead of being an exclusive wall paper store we have a Carpet Department, a Drapery Department, an Upholstery Department. All are taken into consideration in planning and executing harmonizing beauty for your homes. We watch the trend of style in Carpets, in Furniture, in Draperies, in Upholstery and then select design and color effects that will follow in perfect harmony with the other furnishings. We have ready to show you today, a portion of our extensive purchase for the spring of 1901, with many more rolls due to arrive. The showing includes the latest designs of rare and beautiful wallcoverings representing a full range of grades in the rich and dainty tones of red, yeilow, blue, green and olive, and the soft colorings of mode, old rose and lavendar. Lecture on Law An opportunity for men and boys, Friday night, Feb. 15th, at 8 o'clock, in Y. M. C. A., rooms. H. L. Munson will speak on the subject:—"A Few Points About Law." Admission fee of ten cents will be charged to non-members of the As- sociation. SOME NEW BOOKS Village Republican Caucus, The Republican electors of the Village of Westfleld, N. Y., will hold a caucus in Ogle's Hall, Saturday evening, Feb. 23, 1901, at 1901, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of putting in nomination candidates to be voted for at the coming village election. which will afford delightful reading. Sherman Westfleld "Quincy Adams Sawyer," a story of New England home life.|The characters stand oat us living pictures and the whole story is of unflagging (jinterest from beginning to end By Ordeb of the Village Com "Uncle Terry," a story of the Maine Coast. In which yankee shrewdness and yankee wit are prominently brought out. A book good and wholesome and full of interest from beginning to end Base Ball Benefit Ball. Last Friday evening the benefit ball in the interests of the base ball club of 1901, was held and resulted in a manner highly satisfactory from all points of view. As a social gathering it was a success, and from a financial standpoint it wai equally so. There were 38 couples and the net proceeds 113 30. Miss May Stowell is custodian of the funds and will hold on to them with an iron hand until the club of 1901 is organised, when they will be turned into the club treasury. "Unleavened Bread," the new book of Robert Grant; like all of his former wor ks it has already reached an enormous sale The balance of old stock priced thus: All odd rolls, one bolt of a pattern, lc per single roll All quantities for one room or under, 2c per single roll Border lo per yard "The Heart's Highway," by Mary E. Wilkins A Romance of Virginia in the 17th century, considered as one of the best volumes from Miss Wilken's pen. "Tommy and Grizel," by J. M. Barrie. A storv that will delight all readers of his former story, "Sentimental Tommy," although the present volume is much the better of the two PITTS DEPARTMENT STORE "In the Palace of the King," by F. Marion Crawford. A story of Old Madrid in which this brilliant author appears at his best 21, 22 and 23 Main Street, Other new books such as Alice of Old Vinceinnes, The Redemption 6f David Corson, Eben Holden, and The Dreamers, the latter by John Kendriok Bangs, whose nau.e is a guarantee for the value of the book, will all help to make pleasant and profitable the balance of the long winter evenings. Westfleld, N. Y. Sherman Westfleld Sherman Weetfield • « For Bent. Desirable Real Estate For Sale. The committee is to be congratulated on the success of its efforts. A grape farm containing 56 acres with about 28 acres of grapes upon il. Situate on the Main road west of the village of Westfleld, and known as the Mrs. Case farm opposite O. Hough's farm, For terms enquire of S. W. Mason or Mrs. J. V. Minton. The aubacriber offer* for «Ue an improred farm of 50 acres in the town of EUerj. ▲ beautiful new edition of "Elizabeth and Her German Gardner," for 26c Great value in these also: Social'Spirit in America; Men and Manners of the 18th Century; French Traits, $1.50 books for 60c each An improved farm of 56 acrea' in tba town of Weetfield. Summerdale Westfleld II FRANCHI8E ASSESSMENTS. We hare also ob aale, "Lizbeth," by Mrs. Carrie E. S. Twing, which ifl well epoken of by the prees. A 5-acre grape vineyard in the town of Portland. -.■« Report of The State Board of Tax Com- Our Book Department is fall of new and interesting books and ap-to-date in «very respect missioners Just Issued. A wood lot of 70 acrea in the town of Chautauqua. The annual report of the state board of tax commiMionera of the state of New York has just been presented to the legislature. The franchise assessments have been placed in the various cities and towns of Chautauqua county as follows, according to this report: Busti $ 16,256 Carroll 1,550 Charlotte 500 Chautauqua ; 5,140 Cherry Creek 250 Clymer 1,750 Dunkirk, city 88,140 Dunkirk, town 5,600 Ellicott 52,589 Ellery 2,450 Ellington 1,000 French Creek 1,000 Gerry ? 1,700 Hanover 23,130 Harmony 6,000 Jamestown, city 698,460 Kiantone 3,500 Mina.... 950 Poland 6,630 Pomfret 25,055 Portland 15,060 Ripley 19,430 Sheridan 20,200 Sherman 3,290 Stockton ;. 2,225 Villenova 150 Westfield 20,525 Total 11,022.530 Take Notice. Life Insurances Policies bought and loaned upon. George T. Hatch, 161 Morgan St., Buffalo, N. Y. An improved farm in the town of Stockton of 187 acrea. M. A. LYON. The title of all the property is perfect. H. C. Kingsbury. Westfleld, Jan. 22, 1901. Frank allegrettps fine Candies fresh every week. BARGAINS Winter Millinery at your own price EVertJbodiJ Take Warning BARGAINS A Fine Lot of UNDERWEAR One of onr esteemed fellow citizens came near going, up in a blaze of glory the other morning. His wife has made him a present of some very nioe outing flannel shirts, all nicely covered with a long soft fuzz that made the wearer keep very warm, as well as look like an unshorn lamb that did not need 20-degree weather tempered to fit his case. In fact they are suoh good things that he frequently gets up and starts his morning fire with them on. Thejmoruing referred to he went te put in an extra stiok of wood before crawling back into bed for a secondary snooze, when the flame caught the wool spoken of, and in less time than it takes to tell it, the blaze went over him like a prairie fire. He danced up and down the kitchen like a Pawnee trying to appease the wrath of the fire demon. He was about to rush out and jump into a snow drift, when his fluffy oovering was all burned off and the fire and excitement both died down. It spoiled his morning nap. He will singe his other shirts in the back yard and take no more risks. COLDS, Full Line of CHILDREN'S HOSIERY sold below cosl CHILDRENS MITTENS 10c a pair. 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 great 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. BARGAINS GRIP, Discount on All Other Goods BARGAINS INFLUENZA, JE. «T. Macomber, Westlield, IV. Y. South Side of Main Street. Have got a terrible grip on the throats of the people, making every breath cost a mighty effort. The First Srjow If You Have Delayed will probably make you think of What would you not give to have that cold cured, that grip loosened from you and that influenza made to fly from you ? 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 CUTTERS A Winter Suit of which 1 have a stock, and a few sleighs of other kinds. Jell-O. The New Dessert, You can have all these desirable results by applying the proper remedies which can always be fcgund in my stock of pure drugs and medicines. E leases all the family. Four flavors:— iemon, Orange, Raspberry and Strawberry. At your grocers. 10 cents. Try it to-day. You can get more for your money than at any other place by dealing with. Prices Reasonable. Buy now before they raise as prices are on the boom. —The undersigned wishes to thank the neighbors and friends, especially the fan* ily in which she lived, for their sympathy, assistance and kindness during the sickness and after the death of her late aunt, Sarah Goodrich. Mrs. Kittie Duouid, Toledo, Ohio. Prevention is better than cure. I have the prevention. A Certala Oar* for Chilblains. C. M.BACZMA1T, Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures chilblains, frostbites, damp, sweating, swollen feet. At all drug* gists and shoe stores, 26c. Sample mi. Address, Allen S Olmsted, LeRoy, N Y. G. H. PEGLAR'S. The Tailor, N*rth Portagt St., Wotfrald, N. Y. JOSEPH MACER, I. E. JONES. Weetfleld, N. T. Ctrner Drug Store. WMBTflMLD, JT.r.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1901-02-13|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1901-02-13|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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