Westfield Republican, 1901-07-31
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} ®t)e ' tttetfkltfr Beptiblican. r V VOL. XLVn. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. I.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 , 1901. NO. 11 SPECIAL BOARD MEETING. WTrue Economy lies in baying good things. We keep the beet Friday evening of this week is a regular meeting night of Sacket Poet, G. A. R. It will be a meeting of more than usnal interest as it will take some action in regard to the 9th N. Y. Cavalry rennion which is to be held here September 13th and 14th. Ninth Cavalry Bculm. Ik* Report of Attorney on Holt Sit* Received and Accepted. — Estimates Sndmttted to Board. LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE Westfield, N. Y., July 23, 1901. A special meeting of the Board of Education was held on above date for the special purpose of passing on the title and purchase of the Holt site for the proposed High School building and the transaction of such other business as might come before it. Present: Schoenfeld, Weaver, La Due, Fenner, Peirce, Douglas and Flagler. Telephone Cell Wo. 80. Granger* Take Notice. The next meeting of Westfield Orange, No. 109, will be held Wednesday afternoon, August 7th. All Grangers desiring to attend Grange Day, at Chautauqua, August 10th, should attend Jthis meeting and procure badges as it will be the only meeting held before that date. Some Things We Keep to Supply This is a move typical of Pitts. The last day of this mouth closes our mid-summer sale. The great activity that has characterized this sale has coutiuued throughout and is still unabated. The Wants of the Trade. STATIONERY.—'Twill tempt you to write when you see our line, over 50 kinds of box papers and over 100 kinds of Writing Tablets to select from. We also sell Paper and Envelopes in any quantity you may desire. PERFUMES.—The kinds that are used in polite society. Everything that is new and fresh and sweet. Try Lorna the sweetest of all, or Golf Queen a society leader. DRUGS.—We"make our purchases mainly from the manufacturers. We are distributing agent for Parke Davis A Co., of Detroit, the largest manufacturers of Pharmaceutical preparations in the world. Their products stand at the head and have taken numerous awards at the great Expositions in all parts of the World. PAINTS.—We keep the kind that pleases the painter and brings profit to the purchaser. Not the kind that peals off after one or two years wear and fades out before the painters brush has been removed from the last clapboard. We keep the paint that is chemically pure from an analysis by the State Chemist. We warrant it to wear twice as long as white lead, when used alone. No one else does this. F. W. Devoe <fe Co. authorize us to guarantee the Devoe Lead and Zinc Paints to wear twice as long as white leal when used alone, and agree to paint a building over for nothing where it fails to do this. No one else will give you such a guaranty. Better consider this before purchasing your paints. FLY PAPER.—Rids you of the pests. We have the sticky and the poison. Fly Powder, also is a good thing to use. Many customers have been made fast friends by the marvelously low prices. The month of August still remains for summer selling. Aughat 1st we inaugurate a series of weekly sales to meet this demand. The prices quoted will continue for one week, and each succeeding week will offer a complete new scale of prices and items. The president being absent B. Fenner was elected chairman. July 29, 1901. W. W. Mead Attorney Ottaway said he had investigated the matter and found the title to the Holt site to be in Alice £. Holt, and that in his opinion she could give a good title to th Ho, for Buffalo. Tbe Protected Home Circle invites all friends of the order to join them in a P. H. C. Excursion to the big exposition. This offering will consist of perfect seasonable merchandise from oar regular stock, at large savings in coat. Also many new goods bought at advantageous prices. The P. H. C., is a wide awake border and no doubt will have a fine entertainment at tiie Temple of Music on August 6th. The following resolution was offered by Peirce, seconded by Schoenfeld: These Prices (or Ooe Veek- Angnst 1st to August 8th. Resolved, That the Board of Education accept the deed submitted by Alice E. Holt when properly executed snd accompanied by $1,500 in cash and proper discharge of all taxes against said premises, duly executed by the owner or owners of the same, and of all certificates and deeds representing the same; and that the president and clerk be directed to pay over to Alice E. Holt the sum of $5,000 upon compliance with the above conditions. Carried. The vote stood: Lightning Strikes in North East. 6 only, Silk Capes worth from $2.98 to $5.00 at one-half off. 2 dozen Calico Wrappers regular price from 79c to $1.00, at 69o. 2 dozen Tapestry.Covers worth 85c to $1.00, at 79o. 25 pairs Lace Cnrt&ins worth from 85c to $1.00, reduced to 75o. 25 Matting Remnants, 1 to 10 yards, at one-half off. 10 pieoes fancy Silk, 1 to 4 yards, worth 75c to $1,50, at one-half off. Silk Remnants one-balf off. 5 only Silk Parasols worth $1.98 to $3.25, reduced to 98c. $ dozen Fancy Stook Collars worth 25o to 50o, to close at lOo. 1 dozen Women's Dressing Sacques worth $1.50 to $2 25, at 98c. 3 dozen Shirt Waists, regular price $1.00 aud $1.25, at 75c. 2 dozen Shirt Waists worth 75c to $1.00 at 50c. 300 yards Fancy Dimity, Swiss Muslins, Pique Welt and Llama Cloth,regular prioe 13c to 2fc, at 9c. 1 dozen Women's Union Suits, small sizes at one-half off. 15 pieceB Dress Ginghams, 10c grade at 8c. l0 pieoes 36-inoh Ptfrcale l'2jc grade at 8c. 5 pieces white Dress Muslin 15c quality at 10c. 5 pieoes white Dress Muslin, 25c grade reduced to 15c. 15 only fancy pillow Covers, 50o grade reduoed to 35c. 25 dozen Children's black Ribbed Hose, very special at 8c. 15 dozen Children's polka dot Hose red and white, and blue and white, i5o quality reduced to 19c. 1 lot of Ladies' Tan Hose, 10c, 15c, 25c and 50c quality, one-half off. 5 dozen Men's polka dot Hose 25c grade, at 19c. 3 dozen Children's Windsor Ties worth 15c to 25c, at 10c. 10 gross assorted white Pearl Buttous, size 16 to 24, at 5c per dozen. 15 dozen Ladies' Linen Collars, 12c grade, at 10c. 10 dozen Ladies' 15c embroidered Handkerchiefs, to close 3 for 25c. 25 dozen Men's Handkerchiefs, colored borders, very speeial 7 for 25c. New supply of Ladies white Muslin Underwear, > complete assortment of style at special prices. 5 gross Buttermilk Soap, 3 cakeB in a box, at 8c. 1 only Lawn Mower, 16-inoh cut, regular prioe $2.38c, at $1.98. An assortment of men's Neglige Shirts, 50o grade, to close at 35c. Mason's Improved Glass Top Fruit Jars, pints 75c, quarts 85o, 2 quarts $1. Water Glasses per dozen 23c. Jelly Glasses, tin tops, 23o per dozen. 5 gross Wash Cloth Castile Soap, special at 4c. During the thunderstorm Monday lightning struck twice in North East. J. H. Phillips' barn in the village was struck and burned with part of its contents, but the horses were removed. The farm barn of Henry Munger south of the village was struck and burned with its contents, among which were three Aye—Ard, Douglas, Schoenfeld, Flagler, Weaver. cows. No—Peirce, La Due, Fenner. West Portland Lawn Fete Moved by Douglas, seconded by Flagler, that 500 catalogues of the school be issued for 1901-4902, and that Mr. Fenner and Mr. Pattison be a committee to procure the same. Carried. M. A. L"YON. Thursday evening of this week the Ladies Auxiliary of the Westfield and Portland Cemetery Association will give a social on the lawn at the brick school house in West Portland. Ice cream and cake will be served, a literary program of instrumental music, singing and recitations has been prepared, and Miss Jennie Blowera will give an address. Everybody is invited. jjgylf you are bothered with Dandruff or your Hair is falling out, try our Boston Hair Tonic,, It does the business every time. Put upia^35c and 50c a bottles. Moved by Flagler that the matter of advertising for bids for the erection of the High School building be left with the building committee with power to act. WESTERN DROUTHS Moved that the chairman appoint a committee to audit the Treasurer's books and submit estimates for the ensuing year. The chairman appointed La Due and Peirce as auditing committee and Flagler as committee on estimates. Have injured the Corn Crop and prices will be high Corn in this section will be good. Buy a North East's Flower Carnival. The Presbyterian church of North East, Pa., will hold a flower carnival August 6 and 7. The object is to help pay for repairs on the church. Anyone can compete for the premiums and the entrance fee is 25 cents and season ticket. For particulars address the Secretary, Mrs. L. D. Selkregg. Mrs. M. D. Tennant, of Westfield, will be one of the judges. Lovers of flowers will be well repaid for attending. McCormick Corn Harvester, July 30,1901. And prepare to save your entire crop. A regular meeting was held at this date at which were present Mason, Douglas, Fenner, Peirce, Ard, Schoenfeld and Flagler. C. F. BIGLER, The auditing committee reported that they had examined the books and vouchers of the treasurer and find them correct. Dealer in Implements and Vehicles. Westfield, Hew York. Millinery at Your Own Price, Carl GoAtz Gets The Stock The following estimates for expenses for the school year were submitted by the clerk and the board voted to submit them to the annual meeting. At the auction sale of the Reliable Clothing House sale of stock last week there were buyers from several localities, but Carl Goetz was the successful bidder and got the entire lot for $2,610. Carl is a great hustler And will run both stores for a while. See his advertisement elsewhere. HI DITTQ 21, 22 AND 23 MAIN ST., > L. Ill lOf WESTFIELD. NEW YORK. TO CLOSE OUT. A New Line of Summer Corsets just in for Misses. Ladies and ESTIMATES FOE SCHOOL YEAB—1901-2. For instruction—teachers wages..$8680 00 Leas credit balance ¥ 388 99 Less from Supervisor 1900 00 Less from tuition 600 00 xxx The symptoms usually appear within two weeks of the injury." "Two Privileges Summer Traveleres." The Ferris Athletic Waist a New Thing. We have the Ferris and M. Waists for Children. Call and see. This is the title of a iittie book giving information about stop-over at Niagara Falls and also a trip on the Hudson River two privileges accorded passengers with tickets to the east over the Lake Shore A Michigan Southern By. Sent free by writing to A. J. Smith, G. P. & T. A. Cleveland, Ohio. Geo. D. Gilman, late in the employ of H. L. Kent, has been engaged as an assistant. Although not a clothing man, he has all his life been in a similar busi* ness and will know how to handle the trade. Basenbaeh, Nicolaier and Kitasato have demonstrated that it is a bacillus disease. Continuing Osier says: "The bacillus forms a slender rod, which may grow into long threads, * * * develops at the site of the wound and do not enter the blood." The poison produced, Osier says is the most virulent known. Less from Regents 391 01 3280 00 Tax for ins traction Fuel and lights Less credit balance Repairing buildings Deficit balance Janitors Deficit balance Bent for school rooms... Contingencies 1000 00 Less credit balance 132 72 Free text books 200 00 Deficit balance 26 30 226 30 Library and apparatus.... 200 00 Less credit balance 100 70 Furniture 325 57 Leu credit balance 95 17 Interest on bonded debt.. 5400 00 350 00 E. J. Macomber, Westfield, IV. Y. 121 16 200 00 39 88 480 00 18 00 228 84 South Side of Main Street. 239 88 Frederick D. Fox. 498 00 210 00 LAMB & COWAN, After a sickness of a year and a half, Frederick D. Fox, of Volusia, died July 24,1901, from consumption of the bowels. For treatment, of course the best thing to do is to call a doctor. If a doctor cannot be had at once, get him as quickly as you can. In the meantime thoroughly cleanse the wound. The more it bleeds the better if it can be stopped readily. After cleansing it should be cauterised or washed out with iodine. A few new " HITS" to be found at AT A. L. IKONS' MODERN DRUCCISTS. 867 28 Mr. Fox is a man to whom belongs more than the usual amount of credit in the way he fought life's battles. He was born in the town of Westfield, in the neighborhood where he spent his life, December 14, 1834, and at a very early age had unusual responsibilities thrust upon him by adverse circumstances. When but 14 years old his father died leaving him a widowed mother and six bi others and sisters, one of the latter an invalid, to care for. He set to work manfully to take his father's place and did it so well that the entire family looked up to him as a father as well as a brother. New Music Store The Variety and Freshness of Our Drug Stock is well known to WESTFIELD PEOPLE, but it is a Constant Surprise to visitors from the CITY. They find that we can fill ANY of their Prescriptions WITHOUT tending back to their City Druggist. We Keep Up To The MOMENT ON NEW REMEDIES. Good business enables us to offer 99 30 230 40 1000 00 Last year Osier wrote a paper for the New York Sun on the subject in which he said it*>was claimed the lockjaw bacillus usually came from the earth and they seemed to have a great affinity for iron. For that reason, rusty nails that lie on the ground for any l>h of time usually accumulate the bacilli and when a nail is stuck into the foot it is particularly dan- Next to Fenner Block, West!eld, N. Y. Total tax... $9000 00 The clerk was paid his annual salary of $100. SONGS: "She ia a Sensible Girl," "Be True to the Band of Gold," Benline & Carney Hiler. Daoer. FRESH GOODS ALWAYS! The following bills were paid: Westfield Telephone Go. to Oct. 1..$ 2 25 H. W. Thompson, printing 7 95 H. L. Kent, paper 1 25 Oas Works, June gas 1 50 Nixon BroB., stone 1 00 Holden Patent Book Gover Co., "Those Happy Days at Home," INSTRUMENTAL: ™ RAMBLER ,IC,ttB gerous. "Some Sweet Day," (Transcript) Dora Ellis. The Oregon March and Two Step, Wiesbaor. An Ethiopian Madri Graa, Two Step, Manrioe He was patriotic and enlisted in the Ninth New York Cavalry and served as a private for four years. Within a few years a little girl near the round house died of lockjaw following an amputation of a leg; a McGarrell boy died near Bipley Grossing last year from the same cause following an injury and the recent death of John Taylor from sticking a nail in his foot, makes the matter one of more than passing interest. No less than six other people have stuck nails in their feet this season, who have recovered. While the rusty nail may carry with it a deadly poison, it does not always do so. It is well to look out for it. The safety lies in first treatment. It is not a matter of nerves. That is an old theory that modern science has proved untrue. book covers 46 90 Ford, Howard & Hulbert, Beacon Lights of History 30 00 University 1 00 G. S. Flagler, disbursements 4 98 Levi. When Woman Loves, Waltzes, Eduard Hoist. Visions of Childhood, Waltzes, - Pratt. After his last sister married, about 15 years ago, he made his home with another sister, Mrs. Benj. Breads, where he died. 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. Total $96 86 And a hundred others constantly on hand. Everything in the music line to be found at this popular store. The bill of P. K. Pattison for 30 copies of Question Book in Geology, $7.50, was referred to the library committee with power to act. C C V U REUNION. WE HAVE A SUPERIOR STOCK OF It Will Be Held at Lily Dale Angut Peach Trees, Apple Trees, Plum Trees, Pear Trees, Ornamental Trees aad Shrubs The BLOWERS' BLACKBERRY, Strawberries, Raspberries. H. W. BLOWERS. Main St., Westfield, N. Y. IB—Committee Meeting. A meeting of the executive committee of the Chautauqua County Veterans' Union was held in G. A. B. hall, Jamestown, Thursday afternoon. The session was scheduled for 1 o'clock, but through some misunderstanding it was much later in the afternoon when the members in attendance assembled. The business for consideration had to do with the annual reunion of the organization, to be held at Lily Dale, Thursday, August 15. It is planned to make the event one of the best in the history of the union. The speaker was to be selected by the executive committee and it is likely that Hon. £. B. Vreeland of Salamanca, member of congress from this district, will make the address. An especial effort is to be made to secure the attendance of as many as possible of the veterans of the county. Tetania or Lockjaw. A. L. IRONS, The subject of lockjaw has caused so much discussion lately, and there seems to be so much difference of opinion among people generally about it, we determined to look up the matter from some good authority and present a few well recognized facts in regard to it. PHONE 63a. Nbxt to Fskh»b Block, WActflalri ■ ¥- North Portaoi Stbsit. IIDbUHjlU, fl« I* I HAVE FINISHED and hare for sale a large number of »tylish, well-made A Spring Suit! '—The Welch Grape Juice Co. have five stands at the Pan-American where they sell their juice. GENTLEMEN I Lockjaw is not a disease of the nerves, nor is it caused by an injury to them. William Osier, M. D., in his "Principles and Practice of Medicine," 1899, page 230, says it is an "infectious malady, * * * produced by a bacillus which occurs in earth, and sometimes in purifying fluids and manure. * * * It is more common in hot than temperate climates, and in the colored than the Caocassian race." Buggies! —The Ladies' Aid of'the'JPresbyterian church held a very pleasant Lawn Fete on the lawn of Hon. Austin Smith |on last Wednesday evening, and took in 169.70. OUR SAMPLES FOR Can just about be finished lor you by the time the weather is suitable to wear it. # Leave your measure now. You know the place. FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING —Dr. A. F. Voak has purchased Will Colt's fine carriage horse [and a fine carriage of Joseph Macer, which gives him one of the finest turnouts in town. The largest and most complete line ever shown in Westfield,have arrived. Everything in the latest styles for Suitings, Overcoatings, Trouserings and Fancy Testings. We respectfully invite you to call and examine and leave us your order. Over 800 different styles to select from. Satisfaction guaranteed. - ANDERSON & CARLSON, OntndDragStom, WESTFKLD, L I» Which you will find better worth the small price we ask for them than any stock you have seen in some time. Gome early and look them C. M.BACKMJLVT, - —A reward of 91000 is offered for the recovery of the body of Dr. C. W. Hayt, a physician of Corning, who disappeared from the steamer City of Buffalo between Ashtabala and Dunkirk recently. over. JOSEPH AS ACER, WestfUld, N. T. "In a majority of cases there is an injury which [may be of the most trifling character. It is mere common after punctured and contused, than incised wounds. The Tailor. North Portage St., Westfield, N. Y. —Fob Sale.—A good top buggy. En quire of W. J. Jell.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1901-07-31|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1901-07-31|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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