Westfield Republican, 1901-08-07
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£l.ie WestfuUk fkpttMtcan. 1 WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. I.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. 1901. VOL. XLVE NO. 20. (V'fieat goods at fair price®, with square dealing, has made oar badness what it is, and ws purpose to oontinae this method of giving oar oastomers always that which is best at the lowest living profit to ourselves. GOV. ODELL COMING. TRUSTEES* MEETING. WILL BE THE GUEST OF HON. S The Board met at their room on Saturday evening, August 3,1901. LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE FRED NIXON. Members present—President Mosher and Trustees Taylor, Sutherland, Morse and Present Plan is to Arrive Here on the Lake Shore Road at 8:00 a. m , Breakfast With Speaker Nixon and he Driven by Him to Chautauqua. Telephone Call Wo. 80. Thomas. The minutes of the last regular and special meetings were read and approved. SOME SPECIALTIES. If present plans are carried out, Westfield will be honored next Saturday by a visit from the Governor of the State, Hon. Benjamin B. Odell. He will arrive here on the 8 o'clock train and will be driven to the residence of Hon. 8. Fred Nixon, where he will take breakfast, after which the latter will drive him over to Chautauqua where he will deliver the principal address on Grange Day. The following bills were presented: Westfield Telephone Co., six fire 'phones $ 9 00 Western Electric Co., wire 61 28 Orowell Clutch & Pulley Co., supplies electric light plant Stearns Mfg. Co. .supplies electric light plant N. Y. & Penn. Tel. & Tel. Co C.Swartz, freight and cartage Skinner Engine Co., supplies electric light A. B. Ottaway, rent of building for hoae cart... The Fragrance of the Flowers— Is in every breath of our new perfume, Lorna. A drop of it will convince you of its sweettess and lasting qualities. Golf Qaeen is another of those charming odors that belong to aristocratic circles. Our line of perfumes include a large number of dainty, refined and lasting odors. Hair Tonic— % Second Week, Series of Aug. Sales 40 29 Every article of merchandise, every yard of dry goods embraced in these summer sales is of the kind which keenly interests the thinking housekeeper who is ever alert to secure staple goods of excellent quality below regular prices, particularly when these prices are fixed at A THIRD TO A HALF LESS THAN USUAL. 14 25 75 1 85 It is a great misfortune to lose one's hair. We think we have the greatest kind of remedy for this trouble in our BOSTON HA.IR TONIC It is scientifically prepared and bound to be successful. We have it in 25c and 50c bottles. Spots on Clothing— ' Are unsightly things. No need of having them irhen it is so easy to remove them. Ospotso takes out all kinds of spots on the most delicate of fabrics. We Have Toilet Soaps— The kind that makes the bath a delight. Among some of the new kinds just received are Munyon'a Witch Hazel Soap, Besinal Soap, Hyomei, Skin Soap, Violet Soap, etc. Drugs- Oar stock of Drugs and Medicines is one of the largest in Chautauqua Go. They aae carefelly selected and as carefully compounded. Every prescription that falls into our hands receives all the care that study and experienoe can give it. 43 83 Everything in the way of merchandise for comfort for summer is here. This will sound trite to those who know Pitts. Those who do not might find ii to their advantage to see how well we keep up stocks of the goods you want for mid-summer, when usual stores are inclined to be careless, thinking most people are supplied, and being indifferent to those who are not. The persons who want to freshen up their wardrobe before a coming vaeation, or a trip to the Pan-American, will fiud a very complete variety of summer styles to choose from. His stay will necessarily be short, as he has planned to be back in New York by Saturday night. 15 00 93 71 Street Commissioner's report L. W. Chapman, lantern for fire department Geo. Bird, labor at electric light plant... , J. G. Finlay, labor at electric light plant Herman and Henry Nichols, labor It is t» be regretted that the Governor cannot stay here long enough for Westfield people to meet him, as he has many admirers in Westfield who think hi-n the model executive within the memory of the present generation. 1 75 1 05 16 75 THESE PRICES FOR ONE WEEK, at electric light plant J. R. Fay, pipe 16 50. 52 65 la a triumph in paint making. It keeps the weather from playing havoc with your woodwork. This paint goes farther and lasts longer than other mixed paints a fact that is being demonstrated every day. It is strictly pure from a chemical analysis by the State Ghemist. It will last twioe as long as white lead when used alone. It covers nearly twice the surface of any other mixed paint. It will not fade, orack or peel off. Keep these facts in mind when you get ready to oaint. v LYON. PAINT—The Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint— We would like to see Mr. Odell hold the office many years, and when he retires we both hope and believe that his successor will be Hon. 8. Fred Nixon. On motion of Morse and Sutherland these bills were allowed and ordered paid. Thursday, August to August 15th. 20 pieces brown cotton, actual value 6c, ut 4jc. 1 piece Eastlake Cheviot Shirting, regular price 15c, at 10c. 5 pieces heavy Shirting, regular price 8c to 10c, at 7t. 10 pieoes Indigo Print at 4jc. 15 pieoea 36-inch Percale, 12ic grade, at 8c. 2 pieces Mercerized white areas muaiiuu, tegular price 35c, at 19o. 2 pieoes 56-inch half bleached Table Linen 38o, grode at 29c. 2 pieces 56-inch Turkey Red Table Linen special at 25c. Balance of "women's and children's Tan Hose, lOo, 15c, 25c and 50c grade £ off. Balance of boys' Windsor Ties to close at 10c. 1 dozen only women's Shirt Waists 75c to 89c, value at 50c. l£ dozen women's Waists worth from $1.85 to $2.25, at 75c. 10 only Dressing Sacques $1.25 to $2.25 volue at 96c. Balanoe of 25o Stock Collars to close at 10c. 6 only Women's Shirt Waists worth $5.75 to close at $4. Men's colored border and hemstitched haudkerohiafs, 10c grade, 4 for 25c. Women's embroidered Handkerchiefs, 15c grade at 10c. Nickel Plate Safety Pins 3e. No. 2 Hump Hooks and Eyes at 4c. 10 pairs Laoe Curtains $1.89 grade at $1.15. 1 gross f-inch White Curtain Poles with fixtures 15c. 6 only Ladies* Silk Capes $2 98 to $5.99 at $ off. 2 only Ladies' Suits, black Cheviot worth worth $15.75, at $8. 6 only Calico Wrappers 79c to $1 grade, to olose at 65c. 4 half roll of All Wool Ingrain Carpet worth 55c, reduced to 39c. Jelly Tumblers, Tin Tops, 23c per dozen. Water glasses 23c per dozen. Mason's Improved Glass Top Fruit Jars 75c, 85c and $1. 2 only Iceland Ioe Cream Freezers. 5 dozen Towel Boilers, 10c each. 26-iu. Canvass Telescopes special at 98c. Rainbow 10c assortment of cups and saucers, large dinner plates, oat meal Dishes, Soup Dishes, Individual Platters, Bowls and Cream Pitchers, all tiuts aud all bargains, 10c. I gross deoorated sauce and oat meal dishes special at 5e. White White, 3 gross St. Dennis cups and saucers special at 35c per set. White bowls at 5o, 7o and 10c each. Fanoy Old English shape Slop Jars, special at 25c. 3 Doz. Regular $1.00 Kid Gloves all sizes and oolors to olose at 65c. On motion of Taylor and Morse the Clerk was instructed to notify Mr. B. Lundy to repair his sidewalk within the specified time. On motion adjourned. Vital Statistics. M. A. The following vital statistics were filed for July: Town, 2 births, 2 deaths, 1 marriage. Village, 1 birth, 5 deaths, 1 marriage. Harby W. Douglas, Clerk. 0~0ur Ioe Cream ia a frozen dre&mi. Oar Syrups are made with great caae from pure fruit juices and rock candy syrup. There ia a neatneaa about our aervice at the fountain that attraota. Our patronage has been doable that of any oteer season since we have been in the busineaa. It not only pays but ia a pleasure for us to do things right. M- A.Lvon . Library Note*. Reports of circulation for July. Volumes drawn, 1695. Adult fiction, 85u. Juvenile fiction, 400. Special Prices in Womens Shoes. I have placed on sale for the next few days 73 pairs of woman's button and lace shoes in tan and black. Have sold them from $2 to $3 a pair. Am going to close them out at $1.75 a pair. Now is the time to get a pair of good shoes for a little money. Most all sizes and widths. \ATESTERN DROUTHS Largest number drawn in one day, 137. Smallest number drawn in one day, 32. Average daily circulation, 62. Have injured the Corn Crop and prices will be high. Corn in this section will be good. Buy a "Boole of the Pan-American." The Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry., has issued an interesting and useful book of the Exposition, with maps of Buffalo, the grounds, Niagara Falls and vicinity, descriptive matter, etc. Sent free by writing to A. J. Smith, G. P. & T. A, Cleveland, Ohio. Geo. W. Hale, Elm St. McCormick Harvester, Annual School Elections. The annual school elections were held at the school houses Tuesday night, with the following results so far as reported: And prepare to save your entire crop. No. 3—Trustee" Carey J. Lnowlton; clerk, M. B. Jiilson; collector, J. W. Cooley. e. F. BIG LER, Women Won. Dealer in Implements and Vehicles. Westfield, New York. No. 4—Trustee, J. L. Barber; clerk, W. J. Jell; collector, G. H. Barber* At the annual school meeting held Tuesday night, the estimates for school expenses, as printed in last week's paper, were adopted. No. 5—Trustee, S. S, Grandin; clerk, John Herron, collector, M. A. Minigar. Millinery at Your Own Price, No. 6—Trustee, Samuel F. Holbrook; clerk, W. W. Mead; collector, Hugh Galloway; librarian, Allie Churchill. At the election Wednesday the highest recorded vote ever given, 355, was cast, the women winning out handsomely, as follows: TO CLOSE OUT. HI PITTQ 21' 22 AND 23 MAIN ST» ■ ri 1 lO, WESTFIELD. NEW YORK. No. 7—Trustee, Bert Holcomb; clerk, Fluvilla B. Hewes; collector, H.8. Remer. A nice line of Ribbed and Muslin Underwear for Misses, and Children. Ladies, womfn's ticket. Mrs. F. W. Grandall 200 Mrs. J. V. Minton... 190 Ben Boult 203 The Ferris Athletic Waist for Young Ladies. We have the Ferris and M. Waists for Children. Call and see. Firemen and Band Field Bay. work is going on every day rapidly, and with the present management we look for good results. —For Sale.—Two single harness and a three-spring wagon, nearly new. L. The firemen and the band are actively at work on their preparations for a grand field day September 10. Already arrangements have been made for part of the pro* gram, which will include a band concert in the Park in the forenoon, with hose races, foot races, horse races, bicycle races, &c. An effort is being made to secure a good ball game. In connection with the band concert there will be other attractions for the amusement and instruction of the public. men's TICKET. Oats are nearly all harvested here and are called a fair crop. Wiser H. V. Herrick J. R. Far — —*■ * « ■ 156 J. N. Bowers 155 155 R. D. Abbey lost a horse on Sunday. The animal took sick and died in a few hoars. Fire Insurance, JEJ. J- Macomber, Westfield, IV. Y. This is a great triumph for the Monday Club, which nominated the ticket and elected it. South Side of Main Street. R. Wallace and wife visited friends in Elm Flats on Saturday. H. C, meSBURY. Jr.. Agent. Herbert Webster had business in Volusia on Saturday. "tea,181 Westfield, N. Y. LAMB & COWAN, FAIRBANKS. George Ticknor and wife spent Sunday with friends in Ripley. Ray.Spaulding came home with them to visit for a. few days. MODERN DRUCCI8TS. Mrs. Philip Brinkman and children, of Pittsburg,. Pa., have been the guests of their aunt, Mrs. R. Oakes, the past week. AT A. L. IRONS' All the other events will take place on the driving park. C. Bowen and wife of this place, and brother-in-law, Augustus Rhine, and wife, of Forsyth, spent a few days last week at the Pan-American. They made their home while in the city with their brother, Burt Bowen. Arthur Wallace spent Sunday with his parents. Nev 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 sending back to their City Druggist. We Keep Up To The MOMENT ON NEW REMEDIES. Good business enables us to offer That Laundry Cam Pool. John Nixon, of Westfield, had business in town on Monday. So many complaints about the condition of the laundry cess pools have been regularly made to the Village Board of Health that the latter has taken action which they believe to be legal and secure for a prosecution of the case to a decisive conclusion. A start was made once before, but it was found to not be in legal form. This last defect it is believed has been remedied in the last notice, which has been served upon both the owner and occupant of the laundry, in which they are given five days to abate the nuisance, or suffer prosecution for neglect, under a penalty of "$10 for each day's continuance of the nnisance after due notice to abate it from an authorised officer." Excursion Bates to Louisville, Ky. Next to Fenner Block, Westfield, N. Y. W. J. Williams, of Titusville, Pa., was in town on business last Saturday. August 24 to 28 inclusive the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. will sell tickets to Louisville, Ky., aud return at a one way fare for the rouud trip, account Triennial Conclave Knights Templar. Tickets good returning leaving Louisville nntil Sept 2, or by deposit, until Sept. 16. Particulars from ticket agent. S0N6S: "She ie» Sensible Girl," - Daoer. "Be True to the Band of Gold," Benline & Carney Hiler. Mrs. O. £. Swingle and sister, Mrs. Tracy, and children visited friends at Lombard on Saturday. FRESH GOODS ALWAYS! John Crosgrove, of Dunkirk, spent Sunday in this place with his sister, Mrs. R. Oakes. "Those Happy Days at Home," INSTRUMENTAL: m RAMBLER mm C. H. Webster and son Grovie had business in Sherman on Saturday. "Some 8weet Day,*' (Transcript) Dora Ellis. The Oregon March and Two Step, Wieabaar. An Ethiopian Madri Graa, Two Step, Maurice C. Remer and wife of this town held a family reunion in Mason's grove near Ripley on Thursday, and on Friday their nephew and family left here for their home in Fulton, 111., having enjoyed several weeks of pleasure in the country town. Stereoptlcan Lecture at the Baptist Churoh. Levi. When Woman Loves, Waltzes, Eduard Hoist. Visions of Childhood, Waltzes, - Pratt Miss Jennie Robinson of Philadelphia, Pa, will give an illustrated lecture at the Baptist church on next Tuesday evening, Aug., 13th, at 8 p m, her lecture is illustrated by stereopticon views showing the work of the Baptist Missionary Training school of Philadelphia, Pa., she will not only take us to Philadelphia, and show us through the building, but will also take us throughout the world where we can see the graduates of the school at work among the various peoples for whom they are laboring, every one is cordially invited to hear Miss Robinson. An offering will be taken for the school she represents. 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. Norman Parker, of Denver, Colorado, has been visiting relatives and friends in this place and at Sherman for several weeks. While here he visited his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. Oakes. Mr. Parker is no stranger here as he was born and raised in this town but has been absent for many years. His many friends were pleased to see him. He tells the people that there has been great improvements here in the past years. And a hundred others constantly on hand. Everything in the music line to be found at this popular store. Sewerage has become one of the live local topics. 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. Chance of Street Names Suggested. In conversation with Dr. J. M. Brown recently he made this suggestion for a change of name in some of our streets, which we believe should be carried out. A. L. IRONS. First street is no longer properly named. The first street proper is called McGlurg street and very appropriately so. Inasmuch as William Vorce has become a benefactor to the towu, and was long a prominent citizen, he suggests that the present First street, which starts almost opposite the Vorce residence, be called Vorce street. In different parts of the village streets are named after prominent citizens, why shonid not|Mr. Vorce be honored and his name kept in memory? 'PHONE 63a. Abel Benton was at Chautauqua on Saturday.A Spring Suit! I HAVE FINISHED and have for sale a large number of stylish, well-made NiztvoFimniBBlock, WoctflolH B V North PortA0B Strbbt. uOoUIOIU, !!• I* Perry Wolf, of State Line, had business in town on Monday. R. D. Abbey and wife called on relatives at South Ripley last Saturday. Iron and Copper and Where They GENTLEMENI Are Found Welldie Hemer and Miss Emily Bowen have been on the sick list the past week. Fully and interestingly described in the illustrated booklet containing large indexed map, plainly indicating the region in which this valuable ore is found, now ready for distribution by the Chicago & North-Weetern R'y. Copy will be mailed to any address upon receipt of two-cent stamp by W, B. Kniskern, 22 Fifth avenne, Chicago. Can just about be finished lor you by the time the weather is suitable to wear it. BUGGIES OUR SAMPLES FOR R. Wallace, agent for the Deering agricultural implements, has in the past month set up harvesting machines to the amount of over five hundred dollars, besides other implements earlier in the season. FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING Leave your measure now. You know the place. The largest and most complete line erer shown in Westfield.have arrived. Everything in the latest styles for Suitings, Overcoatings, Trouserings and Fancy Vestings. We respectfully invite you to call and examine and leave ns your order. Over 800 different styles to select from. Satisfaction guaranteed. 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 over. We already have a Washington, Clinton Jackson, Franklin and Jefferson streets, why not re-name Second and Third Btreets Lincoln and Qrant? Ellis Parker and wife, of May ville, were the guests of R. Oakes and family a few days last week. C.M.BACZMAN, H. Remer and brother-in-law, John Vandover, had business in Westfield on Friday. —Six stray sheep on my premises, three •Id ones, and three lambs. Owner can have same by paying for this notice, and their keeping. C. C. Hutchinson. The Tailor, North Portage St., Westfield, N. Y. JOSEPH Ad ACER, We believe the suggestion a good one and commend it to the Board of Trustees for action. We will expect great improvements in the roads throughout! this vicinity as the ANDERSON & CARLSON, OratrafSrag Ston, WBSTF1ELD, 1.1, Westfield, N. T.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1901-08-07|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1901-08-07|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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