Westfield Republican, 1901-06-26
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£|)c YDcstfieUk Bepabltcfln. >v VOL XLvn. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. I.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1901. NO. 14. PLANS ADOPTED. FOR RIGID INSPECTION.: jry <«Th« Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint contains Pure White Lead, Pure White Zinc, Pure Linseed Oil and Pure Turpentine Dryer, without adulteration in any analygia of Willi8 a Tucker, State Chemist] The Building of the High School Nearly Kaady to Begin—Attorney* at Work Transferring Title. The Chautauqua A Brie Grape Co., Adopt Stringent Bales for the Coming Season. There was a director's meeting of the i Chautauqua & Erie Grape Co., at headquarters Saturday afternoon. The directors realize the necessity of getting the fruit on the market in the best possible condition, and have taken decidedly stringent measures to secure it. It was decided to ship no grapes in baskets unless they were packed in a packing house in the old way and wilted 24 hours and the same care used in putting up the fruit as there was, in the days when grape raising was a gilt edged business. It is expected that this method, after the first year, will be so popular that the fruit will sell on its merita enough higher to pay a handsome divided above tile increased cost. At a special meeting of the Board of Education, held on the evening of June 20,1901, for the purpose of examining plans for a High school building, the following were present: President S. W. Mason, Trustees Douglas, Ard, Schoenfeld, Weaver, Fenner, LaDue and Flagler. " LYOM'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE Telephone Call No, 80. Fans for the Girl Graduates. The minutes of the meeting held Jane 1, were read and approved. Parke, Davis & Co., of Detroit, Mich., manufacture the largest line of Pharmaceutical Preparations in the world. Anything bearing their label stands for the best. Their plan has been to select in each town a leading druggist to handle and distribute their preparations. We have been selected as their exclusive agents for Westfield and vicinity. Their line includes many valuable remedies which are only prepared by themselves. In accepting the agency for this greatest house in the world, from a pharmaceutical standpoint, we used the same care that we exercise in purchasing goods for the side lines we handle; to know first of all, that we are getting the best. . _ , We do not slight anything in our line of business. It has to be good enough for ourselves before we consider it good enough for our customers. They add a dainty finishing touch to the costume, and are apt to be needed withal during the graduating exercise. Many pretty kinds. President Mason reported that the Billings bond and mortgage had been paid and the money was now in the hands of the treasurer. The ipecial committee on procuring bonds reported that a proposition had been made by the by the Bank of Westfield to furnish funds as needed, at 5 per cent, and recommended that the matter of Whit# Silk Gauze, painted and spangled, or all covered with spangles, heavy carved sticks, at 91.75 to 92.25. Dainty Floral Designs, hand painted, seme all spangles, others with laoe trimmings, bone sticks, 91.25 to 91.75. Painted Silk, or silk Gauze Fans, with lace edge and fanoy sticks, 75c to 91.25. Small White Silk Ganze Fans, dainty painting, 50c to 75o. Japanese Fans, handsomely decorated 10c, 15c and 25c. Palm Fans, lc. To insure carrying out these rules there is to be employed non-resident inspectors with instructions to show no favor to any- issuing bonds. one. Moved by Douglas, seconded by Flagler, that the matter of employing James Bond to sprinkle the streets aronnd the school buildings be left with the Building committee, with power to act. This rigidity of rule, if enforced may lose the company some grapes, but we believe it will open the way for better business in the future. Sale of Hotions -Women's Belts and Neckwear. Little things for Dressmaking and Articles of Personal Need. There is the same energy in the buying of these little things as is displayed in the selection of more expensive goods. The savings are little on each article, but they are enormous in the aggregate, and mean daily economy for thousands. On motion, Miss Elizabeth Gleason was employed to take the school census at a compensation of $15. A Peculiar Case. Veterinary Surgeon Putnam met a peculiar case last week in his pratiee. Mrs. Hugh Thompson, who lives near Ripley Crossing, had a cow who became sick and what ailed her coald not be ascertained. SOME GOOD PERFUMES. The Building committee reported that plan No. 1, several of which were exhibit* ed to the Board, drawn by Mr. Joralemon, for the High school building, be adopted. LORNA—Sweet and Lasting. GOLF QUEEN—An Odor fit for royalty.HELIOTROPE. LILY OF THE VALLEY. MARIPOSA LILY. CARNATION PINK. CRAB APPLE, etc., All of the best. SOME GOOD TOILET SOAPS. RICKSECKER'S SKIN SOAP. ALMOND MEAL SOAP. CASHMERE BOUOUET. VIOLET SOAP. CUTIBUTA SOAP CUTICURA SOAP, PACKER'S TAR SOAP, GLYCERINE SOAP, PEAR S SOAP, MUNYON'S WITCH HAZEL SOAP, CASTILE SOAP, Etc. SOME GOOD HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES. She appeared perfectly healthy, but did not eat. She drank very sparingly. Dr. Putnam was called and for a long while he could discover nothing, but as she would not eat he examined her throat and found lodged in it a hemlock crotched stick 5} inches long. The crotch at the prong end of the stick had spread of 3} inches. Plaited Satin Belts, 25c and 50c. Patent Leather Belts, 25c and 50c. Suede Belts, 50c. Plaited Satin Belting at 25c per yd. Belt Buoklea, oxidized, gilt and silver, 25c Automobile Neckwear, washable and silk. 25c and 50c. AN UMBRELLA and PARASOL OFFERING OF NOTE. On motion of Douglas and Ard the report was accepted and adopted. MENLO VIOLET-Fresh as flowers themselves. WILD ROSE. the Umbrellas have grown to be faithful companions of late. Many have fonnd the continual strain too much for them. Hence this offering of Umbrellas will satisfy many a real need. Moved by Flagler, seconded by Douglas, that the Board accept Mr. Joralemon's proposition, viz: Peau- de-Soie Bows and Eton ties, 25c. Womens' Tack Soarfs, 25c. Maslin Emb. Collars, 10c and 25(3. Linen Emb. Collars, 25c. Stock Collars, 25c and 56c. Stock C iUars, 25 and 50c. • Collar Forms, 10c and 15c. Heir Brooches, 5c and 10c. Imp. Shell Hair Pins, 10c per doz. Imp. Shell Hair Pins. 25c per doz. Puff Combs, 10c, 15c and 25c. Linen Thread, 100yds., 5c. Val. Laoe, 12 yd. bolt, 25c. I lot of Belts, worth up to 50c. to close at 15c. That in case the Board are unable to secure the Holt site, that the Board will owe him nothing for his services in preparing the plan selected by the High school building. Carried. As the obstruction had to be pulled out backwards against the prongs, it was quite a difficult job to remove it. Womens' 26-in. Umbrellas, natural stick, fast black, steel rod, 50c. Womena' Umbrellas, steel, paragon frame, tloria cover, natural and fancy handle, 75o, 1.00 and *1.25. Hens' Umbrellas, 28-in., same as above,59o. Royal Arcanum Picnic. We understand that the transfer of the site will be made as soon as the proper papers can be perfected. West field Council No. 81, Royal Arcanum, held a picnic Saturday afternoon at Peacock's grove. It was a bad day for many of the business men to get away, most of whom belong to the order, but the attendance was large. The fraternal feeling, which is naturally strong with Areanumites, was strongly manifest on this occasion. A pleasant outing was had and the interests of the order were greatly promoted.Mens' Umbrellas, 28-in. natural and sterling mounted handle, $1.00, *1.25 and $1.59. Womens' Umbrellas with straight and fancy handles, best gloria covers, *1.50. Pure Silk Umbrellas with natural stick, sterling mounted and pearl handle, *2 .50 to *5.00. For this season of the year. Blackberry Cordial, Cholera Mixture Effervescing Vichy Salts. Carter's Ext. of Smartweed. Effervescing Kissingen Salts. Ext. Jamacia Ginger, Bromo Seltzer Effervescing Phosphate Soda. Citrate Lithia. Nickel Safety Pins, 3c per doz. Ladies' Collars, 10c. Ladies' Handkerohiefs, 5c, 10c, 15c,up to 50 Collar Buttons, 5c per doz. Pocket Books and Purses, 5c, lOo, 115c, up to 91-09, Dress Shields, worth 15c, at 10c. 1 lot of Mitts and Gloves, sold regularly at 25c and 50c, at 10c, 12-in. Out Work Doylies, 25c. Irish Point Cut Work 8hams, 50c each. Veranda Pillow Covers, 50c. Progress of Railroad. There seems to be no very great activity in constructing the J. C. & L. E. road except at and near the gulf. There is no great reason to hurry the matter elsewhere. Long before the work is done there, the balance of the construction can be done leisurely. All three of the steam shovels are at work between the Johnson farm and the gulf. All three of them are wasting earth. A large force is at work building up the concrete retaining wall at the south end of the arch. The center steam shovel is in a cut about 15 feet deep. It will have to go down 22 feet lower to reach grade. Ohildrens' Parasols, 12c, 15c and 25c. Womens' white Parasols, with three Gcenadine ruffles, 92.75. Same as above, with one ruffle, *1.75. Same as ocore, black with two ruffles, $2.25. Corded wash Silk Parasols, special at *1.59. Pure Silk Umbrellas in oolors, *2.75. We have all the leading standard remedies, and can supply in quantity as well as quality at any time. jpjf Some rare bargains in fine grade Wall Papers to close up the Spring season. It will pay you to investigate. The secretary of Westfield Council takes exceptions to our item of two weeks ago which said that the Odd Fellows had the largest resident membership of any order in Westfield. He says the Arcanum has considerably more than 150 members, of whom more than 120 reside in Westfield. The Odd Fellow membership was given at 113. M. A. LYON. HI QITHTQ 21. 22 AND 23 MAIN ST., , ■ 111 lO, WESTFIELD. NEW YORK. HAY WM. M. PRENDERGAST'S FUNERAL. Oq July 3d and 4th the Lake Shore R'y will sell tiekets at reduced rates to points on Its line within 200 miles of selling station, good for return until July 5th. 4th July Kates—Lake|Sbore. The quality of the stuff taken out is about like that at the Dann cut, but the cuts are about three times as deep and suggest land slides for many years to come. It makes a good road when dry, but wet it up and it rans like molasses. On the waste banks that are thrown oat on the sides, after the last rain great blocks of it sloughed off into the creek bed, leaving holes big enough to drop the Minton House into all over. Filling over the arch has hardly begun. The Masons Pronounce the Lut Bites and -Will Soon. Be Beady "fco Cut. I have a car load of McCormick Mowers and Rakes, to supply to farmers. Extras always in stock. I have also a few second-hand machines (not Mc- Cormacks) that I will sell at your own price. the Funeral Sermon waa Preaehedfby Rev. VoMt Hall. PATTERSON LIBRARY. On July 1st a new registration will be taken and new cards issued, the old ones then becoming useless. The funeral of the late William M.Prendergast was held at his late residence on Main street, June 21. Religious services were held at four o'clock p. m., Rev. Moses Hull, an eminent Spiritualistic minister preaching the sermon. —Lost.—On Decoration Day a gentleman's ring with set. The name of owner and date, Oct 2,1882, are engraved on the inside. Finder will be rewarded by returning to this office. One of the questions asked by the State Inspector of libraries is—What proportion of persons having 'cards do not use them? The Library has been open four years; it has pursued the policy of permitting visitors, transients, and persons from other towns to draw books and the total numbers of names now on the register is over 1850, while probably not than half that number are actually using their cards. After tbe sermon Summit Lodge No. 219 F. St M., took charge. The bearers conveyed the casket from the house to the spacious lawn and placed it upon Undertaker Crandall's lowering device which had been erected over the overbox. C. F. BIGLER, A O Blanchard, West Bangor, N. Y., says: "I have been troubled with kidney disease for the last five years. Have doctored with several physicians and I got no relief antil I used two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure." Lamb <fc Cowan. To give a guess we would say that there will be no passenger service on this end of the road until after the first of next year. This statement is not authoritative, bat is our guess. We hope we are wrong. If the contractors can accomplish the result any sooner, they should be congratulated. We base our opinion on these facto: Ail concede that the road cannot be put in shape for any of this year's summer travel. Without this extra sammer travel there is no reason to expect any new road would have a very large patronage the first six months it is rnn, especially if it passes through a territory so thinly settled as this territory is. This being the case it would be poor policy for the company to press the contractors to finish the road so they would be obliged to keep it open during the winter months when the business would necessarily be light and the road hard to keep open. Dealer in Implements and Vehicles. Westfield, New York. LAMB & COWAN, In the presence of a large concourse of people who had gathered to pay their last tribute to a townsman who always held a warm place in the hearts of a large number of acquaintances. Worshipful Master W. H. Walker, assisted by members of the craft, performed the last rite of Masons over the dead. During the ceremony the machinery of the lowering device was pat in operation and as the casket slowly descended into the over-box, it had the effect of burial in the earth. In order to determine this with some degree of accuracy we follow the example of other libraries, and on the 1st of July will begin a new registration. DRUCCIST8. NewMnsic Store LAXAKOLA.—The new Tonic and laxative, especially good for Children—builds up and tones the system without the reaction of 25 and 60 cents a Bottle. HEADACHES.—This is the season for headaches. We sell a dozen or more cores all having merit, but none that we have affords more satisfaction than our own Headaohe Wafers. We prepare then and know them to be harmless and our customers testi- Miller—Klngan. I wish to call the attention of the people of Westfield to the fact that I have opened ap a first-class music store, and will constantly keep on hand the finest line of A large number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Kingan, on the evening of June 19,1901, to witness the marriage of their daughter Lillian M. to Mr. Charles H. Miller, of South Dayton. Wild Cherry Phosphate—You can make it at heme. We have the extraot ready to dilute with ice water, at 10 and 25 oents a bottle. fy to their efficiency. Four doses 10 cents. BOX PAPER.—A fine new lot in linen and smooth finish. The next day the remains of Mr. Pren. dergast were taken to Buffalo and cremated. We understand that this was done at his request. We Are Selling all Summer Millinery The ceremony was performed in a very impressive manner by the Rev. C. M. Gearhart. They were attended by Miss Minnie Miller, sister of the groom and Mr. Charles Gibbs, cousin, of the bride. The bride wore a handsome and becoming gown of light blue silk and wool, with white lace and carried a large bouquet of Bride rosee. After congratulations were extended to the happy couple, a delicious wedding sapper was served in a largeftent adjoining the house, erected for that purpose.PIANOS AT A DISCOUNT. There were present from but of town, his mother, Mrs. Eunice M. Prendergast, of Buffalo; a brother, George Prendergast and wife, New York; a sister, Mrs. Henry Harrington, of Buffalo, Henry Harrington, of Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. Cooley and daughter, and £. Smith} of Titusville,Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prendergast, of Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. John Prendergast of Chautauqua; Mrs. Treat, of Erie, Pa. and all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS that can possibly be procured. Time for Bargains. Telephone Hours of Closing. Now is the The hours of closing the telephone exchanges of this place, Ripley, Brocton and Mayville, have been fixed from 10:30 to 1:00 bn Sundays? Other hours hare been tried but the above have been found to be the most satisfactory. Remember that while the minister talks and the postoffice is opened you cannot talk. Our stock oi Ribbons, Balbriggan and Muslin Under wear is fine and at very low prices. An Assortment of Handkerchiefs and Fans. SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS and STRINGS for all kinds of Instruments. PIANO TUNING and Repairing a Specialty. JE. Macomber, Westfleld, IV. Y. The bride's table and the house throughout was decorated very pretty in pink and white with green vines and ferns, marguerites, carnations and peonies being the flowers principally used. South Side of Main Street. Oraigc Meeting. On Thursday morning, at 10:30, Miss Lida Thompson ana Mr. Geo. Hampson were in marriage at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Carrie Thompson of Forsythe, N. Y. They will enjoy a wedding trip up the St. Lawrence for three weeks, after which they will be at home in North East.—N. E. Breeze, Hampson—Thompson. The next meeting of Westfield Grange No. 109, will be Wednesday afternoon, July 3. Ice cream and cake will be served, cake to be furnished by the ladies of the order. Do not forget that the question box has been made a permanent feature of the order. ™ RAMBLER 8,CIM A. L. IRONS. The presents were many and beautiful, showing the good will and affection of their many friends. N«xt to Finh»b Block, Nvrtb Pobtass Strut. Westfleld, I. Y; There were friends present from Ripley Westfield, Silver Creek, South Dayton, Steadman and Sherman. la our leading wheel this year as it has been in the past. It is a high grade wheel, the manufacture of which is no experiment. The prices are $40 for Roadsters, $50 for Racers, $60 for Chainless. Anderson & Carlson's Mr. Miller will soon leave for Almost everybody was surprised Monday morning to note the fact that the doors of C. H. Noble's Reliable Clothing House did not open. The Doors Closed. List of Boarding Places In Btflalo. The Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R'y has compiled for the use of its patrons "A List of Hotels, Private Homes, etc., in Buf&le," affording accomodations for visitors to the Exposition. A postal card request to A. J, Smith, G. P. & T. A., Cleveland, O., will get you a copy. South Dayton where they will go immediately to honsekeeping. They have a host of friends who wish them a long and happy wedded life. WE HAVE A SUPERIOR STOCK OF Peach Trees, Apple Trees, Plum Trees, Pear Trees, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs The BLOWERS' BLACKBERRY, Strawberries, Raspberries. H, W. BLOWERS. Main St., Westfield, N. Y. But little is known about the matter but we have been told that Mr. Noble has gone into voluntary bankruptcy again. We have no particulars. MERCHANT TAILORING, —House and barn on } acre, ground on Chad wick street. Inquire of Henry Nichols, ChadwickSt. o-wfE,..-* IBTFKU), L I.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1901-06-26|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1901-06-26|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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