Westfield Republican, 1901-02-20
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1 ®he lUcslfkli) iicpubliffln. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1901. VOL. XLV1. NO. 45. THE GRAND REGENT. QHANGE OF MANAGERS. NEW WALL PAPERS. LOWER PRICES. LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE PAYS WESTFIELD COUNCIL NO 81. J. S. Barrow Resign* From The Chautauqna & Jamestown Road and Maj. J. F. O'Brien Takes Hit Place. HIS OFFICIAL VISIT. Gare the Council Taffy and Proved to Tbem That In Point of Population It Was the Largest In the World.—It Was Telephone Call No, 80. The people of Westfield will learn with considerable regret that J. 8. Barrow has resigned frem his position on the Jamestown & Chautauqua railroad and will go into other business. Mr. Barrow, while securing the right of way for the extension of the road, spent a great deal of time here in Westfield where he made a great many friends. To have him sever his connection with the road before it is completed will be a disappointment to them. Oar Special February Sales Banquet Members Night.—The Social Feature Lasted till a Late Hour. Dr. W. A. Griffith, Grand Regent of the Boyal Arcanum paid his official visit to Westfield Council No. 81, Monday night. There was a large nnmber of members present, who witnessed the initiation of two candidates. The most of them looked on as if it was an exceedingly interesting sight, and reminded them of the long ago when they went through the same service, and had never seen it since. A smaller class showed greater familiarity with the workings of the Council, a fact that was well attested by the smoothness and easy grace in which the work was done. The Nev Washable Dress Fabrics are still active. Low prices will prevail until March ist, all along the line of Wall Papers, China Ware, Glassware, Lamps, Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets, Stationery, Books, etc., as previously advertised. , The new styles for 1901 are here and are shown today. It is a refreshing and interesting dispiay. The styles are destinctly new. There are radical departures from the effects in vogue last all of which are fresh, crisp, dainty and tempting. A pretty showing and a study of style. The most beautiful and exclusive styles can be selected now. Faney Magnolia Dimity 5c Fancy Honda Dimity 8c Fancy Victoria Batiste lQe Fancy Mille Raye Dimity 13c Fancy Llama Gloth 13c Fancy Dotted Swiss 16c Fanoy Batiste Satine 16c Fancy Plnmatis Cord 16c In whatever business he may engage his Westfield friends will wish him success. Mr. Barrow announces that he will remain in Jamestown but cannot at present tell in what business he will engage. Closing onr oar Pocket Knives at cost. A very good assortment still left to BeleCOnr°Royal Nickle Lamp for 81.75 eaoh, is a bargain worth considering. They were never sold so low before. They are the most s ervioeable ana give best light of any lamp made. If you want one at this prioe you had better parchase while this offer lasts, whioh will not be long. - SOME SPECIAL ITEMS that enter into every day use: White Gerolenm, the same as White Vaseline, at 5c per bottle Tar Soap, as good as Packer's, 5o a cake. , 120 sheets good Writing Paper for 15c. _ 100 Envelopes for 10c. Taloum Powder at 15c. All Bristle Hair Brashes 25c Whisk Brooms 10c. Framed Pictures at a large discount. Cameras at special prices. .. , , . Onr store is so fall of things that yoa need that if yon would bring your want list to us, we coald possibly fill it for you. Fancy Embroidered Pineapple 25* Caladonia Fancies 35c Wool Challiea 60c Satin Stripe Challiea 75c Staple and Fancy Ginghams in stripes and checks, 10c and 12jc Plain 0 ham bra in blae, pink, browm and navy 12jc Democratic Caucus The Democratic village caucus will be held Monday evening, February 25th, at Fireman's Hall at 7:30 o'clock. By Order Village Committee. After the business of the Council was transacted, Grand Regent made an address to the Council in which he complimented them, as a new set of officers, of the manner in which they did the work. He also gave some interesting statistics about the order. The total membership at date was over 216.000. It started with nine members June 23, 1877. has the proud record of never having paid a claim even at the start, for less than full value, as assessment No. I realized $3,004.68. Westfield Council, the Grand Regent said had the largest membership, population considered, of any Council in the world, while Herkimer county, as a county, has the largest membership. He gave a good talk on the good of the order and urged the members to become active, aggressive agents of the order that meant so much to those who were dear to them. Mayers Music Store, of Dunkirk, has two of the celebrated Marshall & Wendell pianoB on exhibition at J ulius Pickett's on Pearl street, where they can be seen by those intending to purchase. Call and examine before making a purchase. Pianos. 500yds, New Spring Embroideries M. A. LYON. The variety is broad and full lines are showing. It includes edgings, insertions, headings, all overs and fancy washable appliques. Patterns range from the neat and fine to the most elaborate open work, and meets every need for spring wear from under garments to shirt waists. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. A Class Bide. The Senior Class of Westfield High School enjoyed a class ride to Ripley Wednesday night, and took in the play, Mr. Bob, given at Randall's opera house for the benefit of the Ladies Auxiliary. KOH SAUK. Muslin Edge and Insertions from 3o to 25c. All Overs 50c, 65c up to $1.25 Fanoy washable Appliqne, All Overs, white, at $2.98; cream at $2.38 Fancy Swiss All Overs with Lace Insertion and Tucking $3.00. Narrow Cream Applique at 25c, 45c 700,000 hard and soft wood, standard eight pound climax grape baskets. These baskets are all manufactured in the Chautauqua Grape Belt and will be made the thickness of veneer that is best. They are guaranteed to be No. 1 in quality, the covers going with them are sanded basswood made to fit. 200,000 bleached No. 1 basswood, four pound grape baskets, fitted with the finest white sanded cover made. 2,000 Berry Crates that are unexcelled in quality. 100,000 crated Berry Baskets at from $2.50 to $3.50 per thousand according to quality wanted and time of delivery. 5 car loads of fine white sanded Basswood Covers. 50,000 Grape Crates. The class was afterward entertained at the home of Fred N. Randall, whose son, Byron, is a member of the class. All report a most delightful time,. Swiss Edge and Insertions from 5c to 30 cents. Cambric Sets from 18c to 60c Swiss Sets from 25c to 70c District Deputy C. H. Rockwood, of Olean, was also present, and gave a good talk. As he spent his boyhood in Ripley he felt very much at home in Westfield and brought up some amusing reminiscences of that time. The New Season's White Goods. The subject for the sermon Sunday morning at 10:30 a. m.: "The Wisdem of Preferring the Heavenly." N. E. Church. In the evening at 7 p. m. the subject will be: "Jesus the Light of the World." The prelude in the evening will be: "Sunday opening of the Pan-American Exposition. " This is probably the best assorted stock of really staple and fancy new White Goods ever offered by us. Certainly the choicest offering that has appeared lately. Then fashion is smiling on white goods lately and there will be no lack of demand. After the Council closed coffee and sandwiches, cake and cream were served and an hour or 4two were spent in a social way. In addition to the above, with the exception of one ordei already placed, I have the exclusive agency for the Gorham Bros. Co. grape baskets in the Chautauqua Grape Belt during the season of 1901. They make the best softwood grape basket and cover in the world. Fruit packed in the best packages on arriving in the market sells quick at $10 per thousand more. These goods are as represented or no sale. They cost no more than the poorest. They are delivered on board cars at your station or at your packing house. Orders are solicited. Story telling, Arcanum experiences, interspersed with good advice from the older members filled up the time until twelve o'clock when the company broke up. Resolutions of Respect. 50 pieoes assorted India Linons,special voluea, 7c, 10c, 12|c, 15c, np to 35c Victoria Lawns 15c to 15o Check and Stripe Nainsooks 10c to 25c Plain Nainsooks 15c, 25o and 35c Long Oloth l2Jc and 15e. Persian Lawns 20o and 25c. Mercerized Dimity, fancies 15c to 35« Swiss Muslin 25c. Washable Chiffon 75a Tuoking 50c, 75o and $1.00. Whebea.s, In the death of Mrs. Virginia Ritzius, the Monday Club has lost one of its first members as well as a loyal and generous one. The distinguished guest took the two o'clock Lake 8hore train east. March 15, the Grand Regent expects to initiate a class of 1000 candidates, in Brooklyn. Resolved, That we cherish the memory of her many virtues and extend our heartfelt sympathy to her bereaved family. PITTS DEPARTMENT STORE 21, 22 and 23 Main Street, Westfield, N. Y. New Spring CARPETS, MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS. Resolved, That these resolutions be placed on the records of the Monday Club. Mrs. Helen S. Tennant, Mrs. Mary L. Watson, Mrs. Estelle W. Rood, Committe. A. S. WATSON, Village Republican Caucus The Republican electors of the Village of Westfield, N. Y., will hold a caucus in Virginia Hall, Saturday evening, Feb. 23d, 1001, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of putting in nomination candidates to be voted for at the coming village eleotion. By Order of the Village Com. MOZART WHEN YOU WESTFIELD, Chautauqua Co., New York. February 18tb, 1901. COME TO THINK Y. W. C. A. Notes. Symphony Club The Invitation Committee met last Wednesday evening and made some pleasing plans for the work of next month. Those who visit the rooms may discover what some of them are. Try it and see if you IT OVER. Balance of Winter Millinery at Your Price. you can easily understand why so many carriage owners place their carriages in this shop for painting. UNDERWEAR SUITABLE FOR THIS WEATHER. I. M. C. A. Notes. At the Sunday service, February 24, wt 4 o'clock p. m., reports from the State Convention will be given by the different delegates who went from our Association. A large attendance is much desired. AT VIRGINIA HALL, can. A FULL LINE of CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, Sold BELOW COST. The Board meeting Monday, February 11, was well attended and of interest. Friday Evening, Feb. 22 They get proper material., proper style, and durable work at a proper price—consequently they are satisfied. GHILDREN'T MITTENS lOc. The gospel meeting next Sanday at 4:30 p. m. will be one in which we shall be glad to have the assistance of all who attend. The subject will be: "Preparation for 8ervice." All men and boys who want to train for Christian work are invited to the Bible Class, Saturday night at 7:15 o'clock. Liberal Discounts on all other Goods. Bsrsl Mail Delivery. E. J. Macomber, Westfield, 3V. Y. The carriers of the rural mail delivery routes earn their money these days. Today Barber was able to go only as far as the Stephens road; Mead served Barcelona and got as far as the Hayes place when he gave it up. As we go to press Freeling had not been heard trom and it is supposed he is trying to make his route. This is the worst day yet. 8TATE MEDICAL 80CIETY. This company has been here before and everyone in the audience was pleased with the entertainment. This is the I can take similar care of you. South Side of Main Street. A Chautauqua Gonatj Branch Organised John L. "White, W. MAIN ST., WESTFIELD, N. Y. With Dr. fttreng at the Head. The ten original members of the New York State Medical Society met in Jamestown last week and elected the following officers: If You Have Delayed The First Snow providing yourself with one of the necessities of the season will probably make you think oi TENTH SEASON, CUTTERS President—Thomas D. Strong, of Westfield.Everybody James W. Breen, manager of the Ashtabula ball team was here this week, looking up base ball prospects. He was shown around by Mr. Hopper, something not exactly necessary, as Mr. Breen is already well known. He says he met with very flattering encouragement from his base ball friends and says he will be able to come here this year with as strong a team as ever. The only old players on it will be Roberts, McCann and Hopper, besides himself. Bake Ball. First Vice President—Wm. N. Bemis, of Jamestown. This company has been on the road and its popularity is increasing constantly. A Winter Suit of which 1 have a stock, and a few sleighs of other kinds. Second Vice President—O. C. Shaw, of Cassadaga. 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. You can get more for your money than at any other place by dealing with. . Secretary-Treasurer—H. A. Eastman. Trustees—J. W. Morris, Lavan Haxeltine and Or. Davis. Prices Reasonable. Buy now before they raise as prices are on the boom. The company is jcomposed of the following artists :— MISS MARIE STORI, Prima Donna Soprano who plays her own aooompaniament on the violin. Drs. Rood of Westfield and Rich of Kennedy were eleeted as fellows to the State convention. Twenty physicians were elected to membership making the total 30. C. 2I.BACZUXr, The Tailor, ftorth Portage St., WestfieW, N. Y. JOSEPH MAOER, —Don't oaiaa the eoncert to be given by the Mozart Symphony Club at Virginia Hall, Friday evening, February 22d. Westfleld, N. T. C. H. Noble has taken op the matter and will take care of the matter here. MARIO BLOOEK, —Reports from all points in Chantauqua County show an unusual amount of snow. The roads are badly drifted and letter carriers have had great difficulty in making their trips, and in several instances failed Completely. At Stockton one of the worst storm of years has raged. Snow has been falling continuously the last week and the wind blew a perfect gale. Farmers have been unable to go to town for their mail and business is almost at a standstill." In Sinclairville snow has fallen every day but three in February. It is now two feet deep, with s temperature very close to zero. At Summerdale snow is thirty inches on the level and snow drifts are in the highways eight feet high, over which teams are driven. Many rail fences are completely covered by snow, some of them the whole length of large fields. 4 MMIMI 11 Do you know that a WATCH \; is a delicate piece of machinery <» and to obtain the best results ! t mnst have proper care !! I guarantee to give you sat- I [ isfaction when your watch is <; left in my care. Prices Right. i | ALBERT O. WOOD, ! ! Watchmaker and Jeweler, ; ) Oor. Union and Main 8ts., Westfield, N. T. ! eooeooeeoeei o>» coeoeoi DON'T FORGET High School Lecture Count). Cello and Da Gamba soloist. The latter is a 10-stringed instrument used 200 years ago. 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. W« will merit the trust. The third entertainment of the High School Lecture Course will be a lecture Friday, March 1st, 8 p. m., at Academy Hall, by the Rev. George L. MacClelland. The subject is "TheIndebtedness of English Literature to the Bible." All who have listened to any discourse by Mr. MacClelland know how rich will be the evening's entertainment, rich in nobilitv of thought, rich in eloquent words, rich in all that goes to make up the light and sweetness of this earth. that you can get any RICHARD STOELZER, TREE, SHRUB OR PLAMT Viola and Viola d' Amour "soloist. Tne latter novelty is a 14-atringed instrument 200 years ago. and have the privilege of see- HERR HOCH, ing it before paying for it at Cornet Virtuoso and Alpine||Eoho Horn. DANN'S, The Florist. It will be a good lecture for all to hear, for from it will spring new and deep thoughts, a better appreciation of the literature of the Anglo-8axon people, and a greater reverence lor the Book that shines with a light not sen on land or sea. G. H. PEGLAR S. wsaxgxmut, ir.x. Tickets for sale at th§ —For pantry shelves and patting under carpets, the old newspaper has never had a thoroughly satisfactory substitute. Try one of our 5e bundles. WANTED sa active and •nerftOie life lasaum ▲ cent of KMd appearance and duMa ttpedal mdacementa to capable aa Add*jfc gnq Dept. tapire Life IaaaraaeeOmpaay, CORNER DRUG STORE. Price 50 cents.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1901-02-20|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1901-02-20|
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Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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