Westfield Republican, 1901-09-25
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V Jt WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. J.. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1901. NO. 27. VOL. XLVII. is a price break that will put dollars in your pocket. *Get.the good out of it by buying early. Grape Growers. Cash paid for grapes in bulk or baskets. Packages furnished if desired. D. K. FALVAY. DEATH Of C. E. BROWN Town Clerk of Westfield, and a Well LYON S CENTRAL DRUG STORE. Known Newspaper Han. Charles -E. Brown died at his home on Jefferson street in this village on Sunday afternoon at 1:23 p. m. His death was a great shock to this community, as he bad been off work only four weeks, and had not been confined to the honse but three days, arriving home from East Aurora, where he had gone two weeks before to see his mother who was suffering from a stroke of paralysis £on the Thursday pre- Town Beard Meeting. The Town Board will meet on Thursday Sept. 26th, 1901, at the office or S. M. Hosier, for the purpose of auditing accounts aganist the Town of Westfield. Great Wall Paper Reduction Sale. Tuesday, October 1st, we shall start a special sale on Wall Paper at lower prices for high grade goods than were ever offered before by any dealer in this vicinity. Many of our first patterns came in too late for the Snrine trade, owing to the over crowded orders at the factories, and with a stock full of new and beautiful patterns it ought to be an easy matter to find just the designs suitable to make the home look more cozy, adding a cheerful welcome to all who enter it. S. F. Nixon, Supervisor. The Fall Fashion Show Continues. Days for Registration. This is such an exhibition of merchandise as could have been expected at Pitts'. There was enthusfastic admiration from the throng of visitors to our store Saturday, and expressions of immense satisfaction from customers who get to New York, Buffalo and Cleveland frequently. The representatives throughout the connty appreciate the display more perhaps than all others. It helps them to know what to buy, when certain styles are shown with approval at Pitts. Chiefest among the attractions are: The new fall Millinery. The new tailored Suits. The new box and three-quarters length Coats. « The new walking 8kirts. The new Silks. The various election boards of the town will meet at their respective polling places OcbJ2 and 19, for the purpose of registering all electors. No one can vote at the November election whose name does not appear on the registry books of his district.vious. Best White Back Papers at Best Glimmer Papers at A large line of Gilt Papers at 15c Gilt Papers at 20c Gilt Papers at J5c Gilt Papers at 3c and 4c per roll 4c and 5c per roll 5c per roll 8c per roll 10c per roll 15c per roll Charles E. Brown, or "Doctor," as he was familiarly known to everyone, was born at Mystic, Conn., on Sept. 18, 1849, and was 52 years old at the time of his death. His parents moved to East Aurora, N. Y., when he was seven years old, and there he grew to manhood, receiving his education in the old East Aurora Academy. He learned his trade in the office of the East Aurora Advertiser, and in 1875 went into partnership with Geo. L. Dingman and purchased thfe Advertiser. That year Dingmaa sold out his iaterest to Frank Smith, and in 1877 Mr. Brown sold his interest to Mr. Smith, and for a time was a reporter on the Buffalo Times. In 1878 he went to Silver Creek and formed a partnership with John R. Spears who was the founder and publisher of the Silver Creek Local. John R. Spears retired from the firm in 1883, Mr. Brown buying him out and publishing it until 1887, when he sold out to Douglas & Williams. After a year in the Sherman News office, he came to Westfield in March 1890, and has been foreman of this office ever since, a period of over 11 Rummage Sale. vUC v. »• A II Double width Ingrain Papers at - - 15c per roll silk Papers at the same low rate in prictf Here is a Wall Paper chanc< to purchase remnants. It would be impossible to sell such immense quailtities of paper as we do without having remnants accumulate. If you will bring the measure of your rooms it is quite possible that you will bnd enough among the remnants to do the work. Splendid patterns to at that and at HALF PRICE. This special Wall Paper sale will last for two weeks, commencing Oct. 1st. . o f JgrDon't forget to look over our new line of Dinuer Sets, Toilet bets, Parlor Lamps, China Ware and Glassware. Ihe prices are all ir your favor. The women of St. Peter's parish are arranging for another rummage sale, beginning Monday, October 14, and continuing through the week, in the same room, over Mr. Goetz' store. All members and friends of the parish who so generously contributed before, are asked to send all articles in the line of second-hand clothing, furniture, carpets, curtains, pictures, stoves, etc., either to Mr. Fenner's office on Portage street, or notify Mrs. Fenner, chairman, by telephone, who will see that the donations are called for. Fresh baked goods will be on sale each day. Blankets and Comforters. September at Pitts is crowded full of golden opportunities for the sagacious woman who believes in buying her housefurnishing supplies before the absolute need time comes, providing she can effect worth while economies in so doing. It is a species of "dealing in futures" that far from needing an apology, is eminently common sense. In choosing from this gathering you are running no risk, for we tell you exactly of what each Blanket is made, ail wool, part wool, or all cotton as the case may be. 1 case Blankets 10 4 at 48o a pair. 50 prs. extra heavy 10-4 Blankets,89c. 25 prs. extra heavy 11-4 Blankets at $1.15. 25 prs. extra heavy 12-4 Blankets at 81.75. M. A. LYON. 15 prs. half wool Blankets at $2.98. 10 prs. all-wool 11-4 Blankets at $3.75. Fine all-wool Blankets, $4.89 ,.to $6. B,£« - ■» "?»p°T8r tjst water. It can be washed with water, ing without injury to the moa dehand it shines and shines. 25c a bottle | cate fabric. 25c per bottle at Lyon's Drug Store. at Lyon * DruS Store- The Lecture Course, Last year by the effort of the teachers of the public schools the stigma of being unable to support a lecture course was removed from the fair name of Westfield. Such was the success of the course, so in. sructive for the pupils, so helpful and interesting to the general public, so cultural and entertaining for all, that the teachers have decidcd to attempt a second course, far more expensive than the firsts If it also is generously supported by the public,then it will have been fully demonstrated that Westfield can be depended upon to sustain the efforts of anyone striving to provide a good course of lectures. Therefore citizens are urged to scbscribe for as many tickets as they can well afford and wisely use to thfe end,that not only the proposed course may be assured, but also that a regularly-recuring annual course mey become a permenet feature in the en*, tainments of Westfield. The intellectual life of the town will be stimulated by consideration of thoughts and things beyond its limited horizan. Fall Carpets, Mattings & Oil Cloths. Our Carpet stock is large. It is worthy your attention, not only for bigness, but for excellence. The new goods are here. ... Union Ingrains, 39o. Extra Super all wool, 55c. Lowell, extra super, 65c. Tapestry Brussels, 75c and 80c. Body Brussels, $1 and $1.25. * Velvets, $1. Axminsters, $1.15 and $1.35. Jap. Matting, 18o and '25c. Chiua Matting, 18c, 25c and 35c. Oil Cloths, all widths, 25c and 30c a square yard. Oil Cloth squares, 5x4, 6-4 and 8-4.. Dnnois' French Toilet Soaps lead all others in fineness and purity of composition. For sale at Lyon's Drug Store. years. He was married to Miss Julia A. Hinds, of Watertown, N. Y., April 17, 1879, and to Ihem were born two sons, Jay C. ancl Frank C., who with his widow survive him, and have the sympathy of the entire community. He is also survived by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Brown, and one brother, Caleb F. Brown, pf East Aurora. The greatest line of Stationery ever shown in Westfield is for sale at Lyon s Drug Store. DRUGS—The products of the great manufacturing firm of Parke Davis & Co., ol Detroit, Mich., one of the largest and best in the world, are for sale at Lyon's Drug Store, the sole agency for Westfield and vicinity. Some stirring offers in plain White Ware. We have just received a ton of plain White Porcelain Ware for the grape people. Exceptional quality and perfect shapes. Read the prices. White porcelain pie plates 20c a set. White porcelain tea plates 25c a set. White porcelain breakfast plates 30c a set. White porcelain cups and saucers 35o a set. White porcelain sauoe dishes 15c set. White individual platters 5c each. White large platters 10c and 18c each, White bowls 5c, 7o and 10c. White individual side dishes 7c eaoh. W hite bakers 10c and 15c. White round nappies 10c to 25c. White chambers 25c. White slop jars 89o. White old £nglish shape slop jars at $1.25. .....V Veterinary Surgeons will find a fall line of Dr. Stewart's celebrated horse remedies at Lyon's Drug Store. Mr. Brown was a man of sterling worth. He had strong convictions and was not afraid to express them. He was a born newspaper man, and had literary ability of a high order, as his letters from Colorado to the Westfield Republican several years ago testify. He had been a correspondent to several city dailies for several years, and his work has won him high praise from all. He was a stalwart Republican and has served this town as Town Clerk for the past five years. He was a Past Master of Silver Lodge, F. & A. M., of Silver Creek, and has been Secretary of Summit Lodge, F. & A. M., of this place since December, 1897. He (bus also a member of the Royal Arcanum. NEW GOODS Coming in this Week. White porcelain dinner plates 35c a Bet. White caps only 15o a set. White porcelain oups with saucers 25c a set. Ready-to-wear Hats, Tams, Gaps, Children's Caps, Bonnets, etc. LIST OF ENTERTAINMENTS. HI PTTTQ 21, 22 AND 23 MAIN ST., ■ ill lO, WESTFIELD. NEW YORK. 1 Garrett P. Serviss of New York City. Peter the Great and The Making of Russia, Oct. 18. Our Special Display of Trimmed Hats will take Place THURSDAY. Oct. 3d. warrants me in recommending you to the public generally. 1 McPhail Piano. 2 Charles F. Underhill, of Brooklyn, Dramatic Recitals and Impersoations, Nov. 15. The entertainments will- be held at Academy Hall and an attempt will be made to have them begin promptly at 7:30 p. m.. in order that pupils attending may not be kept op too late. The Ladies of Westfield and vicinity Jre cordially invited to be present 3 John Temple Graves, of Georgia, A Reunited Country, Dec. 6. Although Mr. Brown lived in this community a comparatively short time, he was universally respected and beloved by all who knew him, on account of his high character and upright life, and his sudden death came as a personal bereavement to all, for we all feel that it will be a long time before we "see his like again." For as one said: "He was a good man and loyal to the core in his friendships," and in his death we have lost a true man and For Sixty-four Years it has been made on honor—sold on merit. Westfield, IV. Y. 4 Louis Favour, of Chicago, Wonders of Electricity, Jan. 10. The E. J. Macomber, Some member of the executive committee, teacher or pupil, will call on the citizens at once, and it is hoped that the reception will be cordial and the purchase of tickets generous. South Side of Main Street. 5 Musical Club of New York City, Vocal and instrumental Concert, Feb. 21. Has received no less than fifty seven awards of gold and silver medals and diplomas in competition with the world's best makes of pianos. ™ RAMBLER ™ The first lecture will be illustrated by many beautiful colored stereopicon views and will 1)6 of special interest to all members of the Monday Club since Russia is to be its topic for the coming year. Mr. Servias is not only an eminent author but also a delightful lecturer. Adult season ticket $1.00 Pupil season ticket 50 Adult, single admission 3d Pupil, single admission 20 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 pr|pea are $40 for Roadsters, $50 for Racers, $60 for Chainless. brother. The McPhail The funeral was held on Tuesday, and was conducted by Summit Lodge, F. & A. M. There was a large attendance and the floral tributes were exceedingly beautiful, and a fitting testimony to the purity of his life. The burial was in Westfield cemetery. Notice. Charles F. Underbill is one of the really great impersonators of America. He ranks aide by side with Leland T. Powers. All persons having claims aganist the county should present them to Supervisor S. F. Nixon before Sept. 30, for auditing by the Board of Supervisors, which meets at that time. WB HAVE A SUPERIOR STOCK OF Is in over fifteen thousand homes of the most musical people of Boston and vicinity. Chancellor Vincent of the Chautauqua Assemblf, where Mr. Underhill has entertained great audiences for nine seasons, says of him: "He is a remarkable reader a master of pathos and humor." each Trees, Apple Trees, Plum Trees, Pear Trees, Ornamental Trees and Sbrote The BLOWERS' BLACKBERRY, Strawberries, Raspberries. H. W. BLOWERS. Main St., Westfield, N. Y. Notice is hereby given, that there will be a Republican caucus, Oct 5th, 1901, at 2 p. m., at Wells hall, for the purpose of placing in nomination,candidates to fill the various town offices, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Republican Caucus. It is an honest Piano at an honest price. Call and be convinced. Everything in the music tine to be found at John Temple Graves is probably to-day the most eloquent speaker south of Mason and Dixon's line. Such is the testimony of Henry Waterson and Henry W. Grady, both famous for oratorical ability. Of him the Chautauqua Assembly Herald, says: Lectures by Mrs. Keys. During the second and third weeks of October, Mrs. Lillian Gibbs Keys will deliver four lectures at K. of P. Hall, three on Shakespeare,Goethe and Browniug, as related to modern thought, life aud love, and her lecture on "Ideal Marriage Life " Our citizens are asked to give these lectures their hearty support, as they are very entertaining and instructive. A. L. IRONS' NEW MUSIC STORE, LAMB & COWAN, MODERN DRUCCISTS.—OPPOSITE P. O. "Mr. Graves is a grand nephew of Jonn C. Calhoun. He comes from a race of orators. His rhetoric reminds one of that of the great Burke and his oratory is the most superb ever heard here"A Reunited Country" is a subjcct to make every lover of his native land thrill with pride and patriotism. James Taylor, Chairman Town Com Next to Fenner Block, Because it seems best in the order of things, our pastor, Rev. J. H. Clemens, gave the church notice that Jie would ask the Presiding Elder not to return him to Westfield the coming year. He gave good and sufficient reasons and said it was with pain and regret that he thought of leaving the people. Resolutions of Regret Westfield, - The only Music Store in Town. 'Pbone 63a. N. Y. Tooth Brush Insurance. We have a new lot of Tooth Brushes warranted to us by the maker. If one of them sheds a bristle bring it back and get a new one. The manufacturer takes it back from us. Each bears our name on the handle. They cost you a quarter. First Heetlng;. Louis Favour will give the best experimental lecture ever enjoyed by a Westfield audience. Among other experiments there will be some in the room darkened by lowering the gas. One of these will be a thunder storm and a house struck by a flash of lightning,twelve feet in length leaping out from a powerful electric storage condenser. The X-rays and wireless telegraphy will be fully explained. Fire Insurance, The first meeting of the Pioneer Circle of Westfield, for the coming year will l?e held with Mrs. Craft, on Thursday, October 3rd. It is hoped all members will be present and a cordial invitation is given to anyone to come and receive benefits from this systematic course of reading. An especially attractive feature of the C. L. S. C. coarse for 1901-1902, will be the study of the History, Literature and life of Italy, a country which has been the inspiration of artists and men of letters for hundreds of years. During the second half of the year, Germany will occupy 'the leading place. In addition to the books, an all-important feature of the year's plans is to be a special line of reading, relating to carrent events. The coarse offers a fullness of interest that cannot fail to prove invaluable find enable one to appreciate more folly the life of the world in which I we live. The Committee appointed on pastorial relations express for themselves and for the church the very high appreciation of Bro. Clemens as a pastor and preacher and they realize the loss the church will sustain. During the three yeors of Bro. Clemens pastorate our church has been strengthened in every way. Gracious revivals have been given us and the members have been encouraged to greater work. It would seem that Bro. Clemens was needed here to carry on the work so well begun and performed by him. H. C, KINGSBURY, Jr., Agent, 1 Westfield, N. Y, I HAVE FINISHED and have for sale a large number of stylish, well-made My Fall and Winter goods are at eand and they are fine. When you pass this way come in and look over goods and takg a look at my fashion plates and you can see for yourself what they are going to wear. You know the place: GENTLEMENI OUR SAMPLES FOB BUGGIES The final entertainment by the New York Musical Club will be all that fine musical talent can devise and execute. The proram will be varied by interspersing several numbers given by Miss Lorella Toppan Green, "TheJBoston Story Teller" who will introduce her famous "SongStories" (with music),Character Monologues and Sketches from Child life. Miss Green has appeared at The Metropolitan Opera Hbnse, of New York City, and; of her, Ex-Mayor Strong of that city, writes: "The.warm reception and enthusiasm your selections receive, FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING Which you will find better worth the email price we ask for them than any stock you have seen in some time. Gome early and look them over. His life ameng us has not only been a blessing to the church but all Westfield has felt bis strength and courage in every good wook. The largest and most oomplete line ever •_ «TT .<111 ■ »- * * shown in Wesifleld, have arrived. Everything in the latest styles for Suitinga, OverooatingB, Trouserings and Fancy Yeatings. We respectfully Invito job to oall and examine and leave na your order. Over 800different styles to aoleot from, Satisfaction guaranteed. ANDERSON A CARLSON, | i OMtrafsni Itora, VBSTFKLD, L L C. M. BACZMAN, Bro. Clemons and his family have endeared themselves to us and we commend them to the people of Ridgewaj, his new charge. We pray God's richest blessing my follow and give success. A. H. Harris, " r C. E. Wklch, Com. JOSEPH MAGER, The Tailor, Westfold, N. T. North Portage St., Westfield, N. Y.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1901-09-25|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1901-09-25|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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