Westfield Republican, 1901-07-17
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I @he Ukstfkli) liejmblkftn. jw ■ -v * * * * — . ** v - ■ WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, JULY IT, 1901. NO. 17. VOL. XLVH. FRANK ANDERSON. We Are Growing. fla-Tfa«r* is always one drug store in erery community that fives better than is usuallH«£nd in the erdinary drug stow. Our aim-has-been to be in thu community. Our stock is fresh and oomplete in every detail. We buy only the goods in the market. The census of the school district has been taken and the total number of pupils of school age is 673 against 629 last year, a growth of 44. A MODEL ENGINEER MEETS SUDDEN DEATH. LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE One of m Team of Five Famous Engineers Gone.—A. Trlhate Paid Him by one of Notice to Grangers. Telephone. Call 2To. 80. The next meeting of Westfield Grange, No. 109, will be held Friday evening, July 19th. Icecream and cake will be served. The members are expected to furnish the cake. Each member may in vite one or two friends. Gome and enjoy a pleasant evening. His Firemen. Paint Talk. Franklin L. Anderson, killed in the wreck on the Lake Shore railroad at Nottingham, O., at 2:30 o'clock on the morning of the 9th inst., is the third one of a team of five noted engineers to meet instant death at their post of duty within three tfears. MIDSUMMER SALE, A good paint needs to be talked about and we feel justified in repeating our claims for ? 13 Days, FRIDAY, July 19 to Aug. 1. Notice to Fruit Growers. We are now ready for red sour cherries, and will pay 5c per lb., with or without stems. We can also use some more red raspberries and will pay 5}c per lb. for them. We have plenty of pea vines for all. They make good good feed or fertiliser. We wish to remind the growers that all deliveries of produce must be made before 12 o'clock on Saturdays. The Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint Four years ago the Lake Shore began to ran their engines and crews in passenger service through from Buffalo to Cleveland. At the time this system was inaugurated Frank Anderson, Henry Shattuck, Michael Reagan, John Burns and Wm. Tunky were placed in a team running the fast mail and United States Express west, the New York and New England Express and the Southwestern Limited east. About two years ago Shattuck was killed at West Seneca by the engine on the Southwestern Limited being derailed. One year ago Reagan was killed on the Fast Mail at Westfield in the same manner. Anderson's death was caused by the Southwestern Limited colliding with some cars thrown from a wrecked west-bound freight train onto its track. Mr. Anderson was 56 years old, The most of his life was spent in the service of the Lake Shore Railway Co., having been promoted to an engineer January 1, 1867. His brother Henry was killed in a wreck on the Lake Shore between Silver Creek and Dunkirk a number of years ago. His father, Levi Anderson, who was for years an engineer in the employ of the same company, learning that his son Henry was pinioned under the wreck started for the scene of the disaster, but the train on which he was riding collided with an extra, delaying him so that he failed to reach the scene of the accident in 10 pieces Cotton Challie and fancy Dimity, very specul, at 3c. 10 pieo* Gingham, Duck, Dress Miislin and Black Crepon, worth 8 to 15c, sale price 6c. 15 pieces Dress Gingham, light colors, 10 and grades, at 8c. 10 pieces 36 in. Percale, light and dark colors, 12 l-2o grade at 9c 36 pieces Fancy Dimity, Lawn, Dot Swiss and Pique Welt sold regularly at 13c to 25c, sale price 9c. 15 pieoes Mercerized Fancies worth 25, 35 up to 50c, sale price one-third off. 4 pieces all wool Challie, 50c grade at 35c. 5 d zen Women's Waist» worth 75 to 90c at 68c Opal glassware, assorted, 10c. 10 dozen glass berry dishes, 10c each. 1 doz only. Dressing Sacques worth $1.00 at 65c 2 doz Dressing Sacquea, mostly white, usual price $1.25 to $1.50 at 89c. 1 doz best grade S toques, nicely trimmed, $1.50 to $2.25, reduoed to $1.15. 2 doz Linen Batiste Dress Skirts reduoed from 69o to 48c. 0 only. White Duck and Blue Denim Daok Skirts worth $1.00 to $1.50. sale price 85o. 3 Pure Linen Duck Skirts, bias flounoe, $2.50 worth $3.00. 10 pieces India Linen worth 20o, sale price 14c First of all it is a strictly pure Paint, pronounced bo by the State Chemist after a careful analysis. Other paints that are pawned off as pure, do not seem anxious to fall into the chemist's hands. A paint that fades out from a building before the other side is finished,or a paint that scales off after one year's wear, is something to be proud of (?) That condition of things can be found to exist in our village. United States Canning Co. Three Miaor Accidents. Tuesday Gust. Freeling had his hand punctured to the bone with a pitchfork. Though quite a painful wound, he ia doing nicely. W. E. Hendrix stepped on a nail which punctured thf hollow of his foot, making it neccessary to lance the wound to properly dress it. Tou will never find such examples where the Devoe .Lead and Zinc Paint is used. It is warranted to wear twice as long as White Lead when used alone, wit n a guarantee back of it from the largest and best paint house in the world. 5 pieces Dimity and Nainsook oheck, regit «A t _ 1A « n. -«J A.— 5 dozen various styles including white, usual price 81.00 to $1.38. at 85c. 5 dozen high grade Waists, Insertion and Tacking, regular price $1.50 to $2.25. at $1.25 8 only, Silk Waists, Black aud colors, regular price $5.00 to $8.50, sale price one-third off. lar price 10 to 12 l-2c, reduced to 7c. 10 pieces Nainsook check and stripes, usual price IS to 20c, at So. 10 pieces better grade Fancies, regular price 25c, redaoed to 18c. 10 doz. Women's Vests Sc. IS doz. Women's Vests, sleeveless and wing Here is what the Devoe Paint will do for you:— It will cover a larger surface than any other paint in the market It does not spot or scale. It is weather and sun proof. The choice lies with you. Get poor paint if you are indifferent about it, but you can and will get the best paint if you insist on having the Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint. Pan. Am. Walking Skirts made of Uenim, stitched at bottom, $1.69, worth $2.25. Heavy double faoed Walking Skirts bias stitched flounoe, regular price $.25 and $5.75, and $1.00. 12 Black Dresa Skirts, worth from $1.35 to $8.50, one-third off. 6 only, Children's Parasols, special at 10c. 3 Women's Parasols, worth $i.98, it 75c. 3 All Silk worth $3.25, at $1.25. S 411 Silk Blaok Parasols, 1, 2, 3 Grenadine ruffles. $1.75, $2.25 and $2.75, one-third off. Men's Grey Mixed Sox 5c and lOo. Women's fast blaok Hose, special value, 8c. Women's and Children's Tan Hose, all grades, one-third off. 25 pieces Brown Cotton, worth 6c, sale price 4c. All Best Print 4 l-2c 5 pieoes Alabama plaid shirting worth 8c, at 6c. 4 pieces Madras shirting. 15c grade at 10c. Tin Top Jelly Tumblers 23c a dozen. Water Tumblers 23c a dozen. Mason's improved glass top fruit jars, pints 75c, quarts 85c, hlf-gallon $1. Telescopes. 16 inoh, 59c; all sizes up to 26 inch, at $1.10. sleeve, regular price 15c, reduced to llo. 10 doz. Women's Vests and Pants, white and Ecru, 25c giade at 20c. 1 lot Union Salts, "Eoru," small sizes, 50« and 75c quality, at 25c. Men's Balbnggan Shirts and Drawers, 25o and 50c grade at 21c and 39c. $10.50 Suits at $5.25. $15.75 Suits at $8.00. $18.00 Suits at $10 25. ' $22.00 Suits at $12.50. 6 only. Women's Silk Capes $3.50 to $5.00, one-third off. 5 doz. Percale'Dress Wrappers, special at 85c. 5 doz. Women's stook collars 25c, reduoed to 15c. Muslin String Ties lc each and 2 for 5c. Assortment Valenciennes Lace 25* apieoe. Assortment Valenciennes Lice 45o apieoe. 1 lot Belts reduced to 15c. 1 lot Women's Mitts, regular price 25o to 75c. reduced to 10c. Palm Fans lc. Japanese Fans 5s. Ribbon Remnants, one-half off. 1 lot Women's Collars 5o. Braid Remnants, one-half off. George Johnson also stepped on a nail which made a bad wound in his foot. Wennerholm Electrocuted, M. A. LYON. Frank Wennerholm, of Jamestown, convicted of the murder of his sweetheart, was electrocuted at Aubnrn, July 16, at 6:22 a. m. His case had passed through all the usual forms of appeal, a respite had been granted for attorneys to make a motion for an appeal, which was denied, the governor was appealed to for a commutation of sentence, but he refused to interfere and the law took its course. HAY Will Soon Be Beady to Cut. » I have a car load of McCormick Mowers End Rakes* to supply to farmers. Extras always in stock. time to see his son alive although he lived four hours. When the senior Anderson resigned on account of old age, Frank was given his run and proved a competent and fearless engineer. The manner in which he met death is most heartrendering. He left Cleveland well and happy, no doubt thinking that he would be home to take breakfast with his family, but in less than thirty minutes he was a corpse. He leaves a wife and five children. As a man of good habits and a pleasant disposition he endeared himself to all who knew hhn. The probability is that he had no warning of impending danger for the engine throt- Lann Fete. I have also a few second-hand machines (not Mc- Cormacks) that I will sell a£ your own price. The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church will give a lawn fete on the lawn of Hon. Austin Smith on Main street, on the evening of Wednesday, July 24, 1901, from 7 to 11 p. m. BIGLEZR, EXTRA SPECIAL CLOSING PRICES ON ALL MILLINERY V \ GOODS. C. F. The attractions of this entertainment will be so varied and interesting that not a person in Westfield can afford to miss it. Among the leading attractions you will find Rebecca at the Well, and in a tent prepared especially for that purpose will be the celebrated Palmistry Fortune Teller, Princess Mazeppa, 13th daughter of a 13th daughter, who will be here that night instead of at the Pan-American Midway. In addition there will be a Japanese tea booth, candy booths, etc. Ice cream and cake will be served. Music will be served throughout the evening. In case of rain the fete will be held in the Presbyterian church parlors. Everybody invited. Dealer in Implements and Vehicles. Westfield, New York. LAMB & COWAN, HI niTTC 21 > 22 AND 23 MAIN ST. JLf. Ill l09 WESTFIELD. NEW YORK. modern druccists. tie was not shut off and neither were the brakes applied. He perhaps saw the obstruction as the headlight flashed upon it and then in a twinkling his life was gone. It maybe though that he saw it in Notice of Annual School meeting. OUR SODA FOUNTAIN isnowapoptrlar resort. Syrups alwnys fresh and made from true fruit juices, and we are generous with them. too. For a long,,cold, drink, try our Boot Beer, the most popular beverage of the season. ELKO MIXED PAINT is a leader again this year. Those who have used it once come for it again, and that is a better argument than newspaper promises. We'd like to see you if intending to paint. The annual meeting of Westfield Union School District No. 1, will be held at the Union 8chool Hall, Tuesday evening, August 6th, 1901, at 7:30 o'clock. Board of Education. ORGANS New Era Piano Co., PIANOS time to think and refrained from shutting off steam thinking that the engine might plow through the wreckage. If this be so I can in imagination see him as he sat For Factory Prices ond Catalogues Address, PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. New arrivals. Our stock is always fresh, which is of vital importance in this line. 'AH kinds of papers in stock in all sizes. Eastman's Water Development Platinum paper gives fine results with very simple treatment. BOOKS. It is impossible to keep all the new ones. We can get for you, quickly, however, any book published, and usually at considerable disoount from publishers' prices. G D. GIDDINGS, - - - Manager, Notice of Annual School Election. P. O. Box 735, ERIE, Penn'a ;here calm and self possessed. PRESIDENT EWEN'S VIEWS. The annual election of Westfield Union Free School District No. 1, will be held at the Kindergarten rooms, Fenner Block, Wednesday, August 7th, 1901, from 12 m. to 4 p. m., to elect three trustees to serve for three years in place of Byron Fenner, Jerome La Due and A. E. Peirce, whose term of office expires, also a district clerk for one year. Having bandied the scoop on the deck of engines guided by him a great many miles, knowing his every trait so well, I hesitate and falter while writing these lines from fear tliat I am not master enough of the, pen to pay him the tribute he deserves. As a man among men he was known by his fellow employees in all branches of service. He was very popular among his brother engineers, having been elected to several offices in the B. of L. £. He was the firemen's true friend. As a man with the courage of his convictions, he was ever ready to take their part and always willing to befriend them in any way possible. Though he is dead and High Quality But Not High JPrices. Hopeful Outlook For J. C. & L. E. Rail- road— Extensive Betterments. AT A. L. IRONS' President W. A. C. Ewen of the Jamestown, Chautauqua & Lake Erie railway occupied an easy chair in the office of Superintendent Bootey of the Steamboat company whan approached by a Journal representative, who asked for some information in regard to the future of the short- SUMMER MILLINERY New Music Store Below Cost. Board of Education. Can be found all kinds of Musical Instruments and Sheet Music for all instruments. Sole agent for the Ladies' Summer Vests from 4c to 50c. A nice line of Children's Underwear. We have the Ferris and M. Waists for Children. Please call before you buy. line road. J am •■town Bm a SS5.000 Fire. "We cannot foretell the future," he said, "but I am full of hope for the little railway. We desire to make it a transfer line for all roads that wish to reach Chautauqua lake and the assembly grounds. When we have finished the extension of the line to Westfield there is no reason why the Lake Shore and Nickel Plate should not run through coaches to and from Chautauqua and all the big cities east and west. Fire early Wednesday destroyed the Burtch, the Thomas and the Merz blocks on Main street. The losers were Mrs. C. C. Burtch, Martin Merz and the Thomas estate, on buildings; and Knox & Co., C. O. Jones, J. A. Bergwell, C. A. Swanson and Tibballs & Fowler on goods. Total loss, 125,000. Westfield, IV- Y. IS. J. Macomber, Mcpp piano South Side of Main Street. gone, Frank Anderson will always have a tender spot in the memory of the firemen on the L. S. A M. S. By. Fox. ■ RAMBLER ™ * A Painful Injury. Lombard-Kent. At the home of the bride, Miss Alice Lombard and Mr. Anson E. Kent were united in marriage Wednesday, July 10th 1901, at 11 a m., Rev. Dr. Gardner officiating, F. B. Holcomb acting as groomsman and Miss Mary H#ll, of Westfield as bridesmaid. Miss Lombard is one of Ripley's most popular young ladies, a Fredonia graduate, and successful teacher. Mr. Kent is also a Fredonia graduate, and is principal of Rose Point School, Pa. Made for over 60 years. Made upon Honor. Quality, the best only,strictly High Grade. Last Thursday, while at work in Stritzinger's new building, John W. Taylor met with a very painful accident. In stepping from a staging on which he had been working he drove an 8-penny cut nail that was sticking up from a block of wood lying on the flooir into the under side of his left foot, penetrating the large joint of the ball of the foot and severely lacerating the main truncal nerve of the foot. The doctor who is treating the case thinks he has it past the danger of blood poisoning. "We have been making extensive repairs on the road bed thiB season and our tracks are now in as good shape as those of any of the big trunk lines. We are also adding to our equipment and are prepared to give our patrons first class service. Is 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. Price consistent with quality. "I am going to start oat next week among the big shippers of the city and fee vhat I can do toward obtaining business from them. Jamestown people should give the little road at least a fair degree of support Its terminus is'here, most of its employes reside here, mnch of its' money is spent here. It gives the shippers an outlet for their goods, provided the larger road passing through the city does not accord them fair treatment, and it is undoubtedly a factor in obtaining such treatment. Jamestown cannot afford to let the J. C. & L. E. road suffer or run down at the heel. It would bq a reproach to the city to be the terminus of a dilapidated railroad. Therefore I have hope for our railway. I have faith that it will receive its share of patronage from shippers and travelers. I believe that the big roads will in time make use of it to run through coaches not only from Chautauqua, but from Jamestown to Chicago, Buffalo and other large places and to the fulfillment of this belief we shall work with all the energy and talent we possess."—James* town Journal. A. L. IRONS, 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. 'PHONE 63a. It was a quiet wedding, none but the immediate friends of the bride and groom -being present. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kent, of Hinsdale, parents of the groom, Lee .Kent and family of Olean, Edward Kent and family, of Hinsdale, Wm. Kent and family of Stockton, and Miss Mary Hall of Westfield. Nbxt to Finmr Block, I T Nobth POBTA01 STRMT. HWUIWU, B. 1. Corporation Tax. Notice is hereby given that the Tax Boll of the corporation of Westfield village, together with the warrant for the collection of the same, is now in my hands. I will receive your taxes at Ths Republican Office from 9 o'clock a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m., at a fee of one per cent., commencing Monday, July 15, and ending Wednesday, August 14, 1901. The taxes remaining unpaid at that date will be charged 5 per cent for collection. A Spring Suit! I HAVE FINISHED and have for sale a large number of stylish, well-made GENTLEMEN I The bride and groom expect to spend a few weeks with Mr. Keht's people, and will be at home to their friends in Bipley sometime in August. Their many friends extend congratulations.—Bipley Review. The bride was a teacher in our Union school, the past year, and has a large circle of friends who extend congratulations and best wishes for a happy wedded life. OUR SAMPLES FOR Can just about be finished ior you by the time the weather is suitable to wear it. Leave your measure now. You know the place. Baggies FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING The largest and most complete line erer shown in Weatfield.have arrived. Everything in the latest styles for Suitings, Overcoatings, Trouserings and Fancy Vestings. We respectfully invite yott to call and examine and leave us your order. Over 800 different styles to scleei from. Satisfaction guaranteed. Which you will find better worth the small price we ask for them than any stock you hate seen in some time. Come early and look them oyer. Westfield, July 13,1901. Daniel Morse, Collector. —The subscriber offers for sale seven acres of, land well covered with fruit, a small piece of variety grapes, ten minutes walk from postoffice. There is a commodious house, with horse and carriage barn, all in good repair. Address P. 0. Box 171. —Dana Books, an 8-year-old* Sliver Creek boy, came near being burned to death by|amusing himself with |matches on Sunday. C. M. BACZMAN, JOSEPH AS ACER, ANDERSON & CARLSON, Omtraf Orqg Ston, ISSTFIELD, I. T. The Tailor, North Portage St, Westfield, N. Y. Westfield, N. 1.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1901-07-17|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1901-07-17|
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Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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