Westfield Republican, 1902-08-06
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@lje Ulcstficlb Republican WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y„ WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6. 1902. NO. 20. VOL. XLVIII. Keep the flies eff your cewt by the use of Fly Chaser. We sell it in quart, 1 -2 gallon and gallon cans. * BOARD OF EDUCATION. PfMbfltrlu Outiag. StttsSkM-Jfore A Report or the BmImm Transacted at The Presbyterian church and congregation will hold ita annual onting at Bourne's Beach,on Thursday of thia week, Aug.7, and all members of the church, congregation and Sunday school are cordially invited to be present. There will be no soliciting, but each family is asked to furnish enough for themselves and one or two others. Transportation will be furnished for all who have no conveyances. the Last Meeting. The regular meeting of the Board was held on July 29th, 1902. and the following trustees were present: Messrs. Douglas, Weaver, Schoenfeld, Ard, Flagler, Boult; Mesdames Minton and Crandall. Mr. Douglas was made chairman and the minutes of the meetings of June 23d and 26th, and July 7th and 21st, were read and approved. The building committee reported that they had engaged Mr. Wratten to make the repairs to the old building. / On motion of Mr. Flagler, Mr. Ard was instructed to engage Mr. Finlay and such others electricians as necessary to complete the wiring in the new High School, and have it inspected at once. The auditing committee reported that they had examined the books and vouchers of Treasurer J. A. Skinner, and found them correct, with a balance in his hands of $5,904.83, belonging to the dis* trict. LYON S CENTRAL DRUG STORE, 'Phone No. 80. Special Midsummer Sale! Do you want a Dinner Set? Oar store is so orowded that we have decided to close out oar line of dinner ware, as we need the room for_ other goods. If low prices on best quality of goods are at all attractive, you will purchase now. 100-piece best Porcelain Dinner Sets, regular prioe $15; sale price flu. &u. There are several styles of decorations among them to select from. lU-piece Toilet Chamber Sets reduced from $4 per set to $3.50 per set. Genuine White China cups and saucers at 10c eaoh. ,, A good assortment of the Syracuse White China at a very small figure. Flatters, plates, sauce dishes, cups and saucers, etc. ... , r Fancy French China Caps and Saucers, and a large line of plates and tancy dishes, many of them hand painted, at 10 per cent discount from regular rates. It ie none too early to begin to pick up Christmas things, when prices are so mucn in your favor. , , Special low prices upon Parlor Lamps. The evenings are getting longer ana you will appreciate the cheerful glow of one of our lamps. Special law prices upon a large line of Glassware, Water Sets, Sauce Dishes, Celery Dishes, Olass Tumblers, etc. WALL PAPER SPECIALS—Closing out the remnants at a figure;hat appeals to an almost empty pocket-book. Good papers as low as 3c per roll. wot a brown back among them. Bargains all through the Wall Paper Department. TOILET PAPERS—In rolls or packages 5o each or 6 for 25c. Japanese Toilet Paper, the finest and best, at 15c a package or 2 for 25c. t Qn HAMMOCK8—Closing them out at wholesale rates. Prices from »1 to each. The assurance of a warm month for Augast makes a hammock of more thSOME*SEASONABLE DBUGS—Our Blackberry Cordial is especially adapted to warm weather conditions. Oar Cholera Mixture never fails to correct at once anv bowel troubles. Our Headache Powdere will relieve almost instantly the worst kind of headache; they are perfectly harmless. Our Excelsior Digestive Tablets will cure indigestion. Vichy and Kissenger Salts are highly recommended for those subject to obesity; we have them in 25c and 50o bottles. Carlsbad Salts from the Carlsbad Springs in Austria is having a good sale with us. Uur Drug Department is on& of the largest in Chautauqua Co. If a remedy is worth having you will find it here. New Low Prices \s At the close of the day a Veaper service will be held in the grove. FOR THE BALANCE OF Annual School Meeting. The regular annual meeting of Union School District No. 1, was held at School hall, Tuesday evening and was well attended. The meeting was called to order by Clerk Flagler, and Byron Fenner was chairman of the meeting. August Clean-up Sale Follow up these items carefully and diligently, not many of the original items of this sale that are left today escape this latest radical scaling-down of prices. The minutes of the preceding annaal meeting were read and approved. 'The Treasurer's report waa as follows: Treasurer's annual report of School District 1, of Westfield, Chautauqua county, N.Y., for the school year ending July 31,1902. treasurer's report. Wearing time is passing, selling time is all but over, and so these beautiful goods must go into service quickly. Today they are newly marked at such stirring reductions as will clear them away in a jiffy. The committee on estimate* reported aa folio wb: For Instruction .teacher's wages $9,460 00 Less credit balance t 760 36 Leas Supervisor 1,900 00 Less Tuition BOO 00 Less Regents 6«9 64 Less ina. teacher's tr'lng class 900 00 To be raised by tax for Instruct For tuel and lighra Deficit balance For repairs of building Less credit balance For Janitor For tree text booka.... Deficit balance For library and apparatus, Less credit balance... For insuraace Deficit balance Interest on bonded debt For contingencies..., Leaa credit balance RECEIPTS. Balance on hand Aug. 1,'01 Amt of public school moneys, both for teaoher's wages and library. apportioned to the Distriot .. For teacher'* wagea 1,906 07 For librarv nothing Amt rece'd from Loard of *1,158 87 But you must be prompt if j ou would not miss the best offering of mid-summer. 4,460 00 5,000 00 789 00 11 00 800 00 163 00 800 00 8J1 28 78 77 350 00 105 78 ISO 00 I9u 15 800 00 1,906 07 ...Sale Ends August 15th... 637 00 800 00 regents Amt raised by tax Amt rec'd from tuition of non-resident pupils not of school age Amt rec'd from other souro- 1.168 05 9,183 24 400 00 144 M 833 35 5 doz children's vests, P <* D, worth from 18 to 80c accordidg to aize, at 10c each. 7 1-1 doz women's liale Testa, wing sleeve a>d sleeveless, reduced from 15 to 19c. 1 lot women'a ecra veata and pants reduced X to 10c. 3 design* foulard (ilk, 6 to IS yds In piece, reduced from $1 to 58c. 3 doz women's mitts white and black, reduced from 25 to 15c M. A. LYON. 340 15 1,465 0» M M follows: From sale of $35,000 3 1-3 per cent b'd* of the d'St..35,809 98 Int on trust fund (sohol'ps) 100 00 From sale of writing and drawing books, rent of hall, etc 1 lot children's ribbed hose 15c value reduced to 10c. 918 »» SOt 39 613 63 10 piece* colored drees muslin and dimity reduced from 10 to Sc. IS pieces fancy drew mmlin, dotted Swiss and dimity reduced from IS and 16 to 10c. S dos women's colored shirt waists $1 to Si.15 values reduced to 80c 5 hammocks reduced from $1.25 to 69c. r> hammocks reduced from $1.6> to 96c. 50 doz tin top jelly tumblers 28c do« 35 doz glass water tumblers, cut glass designs, 60c doz Ice cream freezes*, 4 at reduced from $139 to $1.75: 6 qt from $2.75 to $1.25. 10 doz porcelain dinner plate* 7 in , 5c each. 1 crash dress pattern 5 yds, Talne $1, reduced to 5*c. Total to be raised by tax for Instraction and general exp $10,300 00 It was voted to present it at the manual meeting. It was moved and carried that the When the weather was wet we did not fret-' 131 CI 36,04149 Total 50,289 97 1 lot women's white and colored waists $1.50 to $S.S6 values reduced to one-half. S doa women's dressing sscaues value 51c, $1 and $1.50 reduced to SB, 89 and 85c Taraaols, 1 Persian silk at 80c 1 Nile green cord silk at Tic. 1 black silk with raffle at $ I. PAYMENTS. BECAUSE WE HAD A LARGE STOCK OF SURRIES ON HAND. Chairman appoint a committee of three, with power to act, to make a proposition to the trustees of district No. 5, for instructing the children of that district for the coming year. The chair appointed as that committee, Trustees Flagler, Schoenfeld and Boult. It was moved and carried that the ordering of chemical tables, apparatus and chemicals be referred to the library committee.For teaoher's wages earned during the school year July 31, '02, as follows: By drafts on the Saperv'or 1,90$ 07 From funds collected by tax en property 5,079 92 ■ From money ree'd from all other sources 1,950 01 8,936 00 For free text books 287 90 1 lot men's linen collar* 2 for 5c. 100 men's white muslin gowns 79c. Men'* balbriggan shirt* and drawers 50c values at 39c. 1 lot summer net corsets to close at 36c. 3 silk sofa pillows, one white, one yellow, to close at 75c. 2 doz felt window shades reduced to 5c. 2 doz women's light colored calico wrappers reduced from $1 and $1.24 to Mc. 2 white plcqne dres* skirts with blue bands, $2 25 value, reduced to 50c. 1 covert walking skirt to close at 35c. 3 women,s old style jackets reduced to 25c. 1 women's jacksts reduced one-half. 25 doz asst. fancy Chin* and brie a-brac l«c each ISO bl. brie a brae and fancy China, articles worth 2tc to 50c, reduced to 25c ft-ptece decorated chamber sets $1.89. | 10 piece decorated chamber sets $2.25. Now the wet spell is broken you pleasure drives with your family. Call and examine my Surries and take the advantage of a special Cash Discount. will want to take Odd rolls wall paper one bolt of a kind, lc single roll. 7 mercerised satin petticoats, 3 red, 3 green, 1 black and wM'p %i as vaiae, at 86c. 15 pieces B»'es' Seersucker gingham reduced from it l-t to 10c. For library For apparatus For For up of school kouaea and sites, riz: For aites... 3,600 00 For building school bona a 29,036 30 For hiring school houses.. 175 00 For repairing and tnanring school houses — For improving site For furniture, etc For int. on bonded debt and money loaned For all other Incidental expenses, viz: For fuel For janitors For contingencies For salary clerk board of education Balance on hand July 31, 1902 106 33 1260 100 00 6 pieces mercerised maiiin 85c valae redaced to 18c. S embroidered white and ecra maelln skirt pattern* redaced from $6.75 to $3.25. S piece* 11 bleached linen crash redaced frem 10 t* Sc. C. F\ Bigler,EMtM^VH.v. Moved and carried that the matter of issuing catalogues be referred to the library committee, with power to act. It was voted that the President make an application for $250, to the Regents for library apparatus. The Clerk was authorized to order a program clock, electric bell, buttons, etc. The President was authorized to arrange for a proper dedication of the new High School at an early date. A vote of thanks was extended to Prof. Pattison for the books presented by him to the school library. The following bills were presented and ordered paid: H L Pitts, sundries Graduating class programs Alice Holt, store Lamb & Cowan, goods Welch Grape Juice Co,blanks Holden Pat Book Cover Co, ewers. Detroit Photo Co.flldes Dnnairk Printing Co, advertising.. Hinds & Noble, nooks G G Norton, frame PK Pattison, disburse vent Westfleld Gas Works H W Thompson, printing Telephone message W C Sherman, mounting pictures R M Link Machine Co Star Furniture Co, Tarnish.... J R Fay, coal and sewer pipe Baldwin M Taggart, livery... Charles Piehl, labor John Piehl, labor. B Fenner, rent Fenaer Art Press. 220 75 335 55 34 25 32,301 85 HI DITTO 21, 22 AND 23 MAIN ST., . Li rl 1 1 Of WESTFIELD. NEW YORK. LAMB & COWAN 847 81 Boarding House for Bent or Sale. Premises on 8. Portage street recently occupied by Mrs. Addie Jones. Inquire of Ottaway & Munson. Notice. MODERN DRUGGISTS. 'Phone 2. Opp- Postoffice. 36100 480 00 851 76 Do not forget that the place to get your tailoring done is at WITCH-HAZEL EXTRACT. We tell the | Parke Davis brand. It is useful for all inflammati n, stings of insects, and in a dozen or more ways. We save you money on this preparation, same as on most other articles in our stock. WHALE OIL 8®AP by the pound or barrel. Soon be too late to kill the hoppers. 100 00 1,792 76 D. A. B. Reunion at Fredonla. PICTURE FRAMING can be done promptly if brought in at onoe. Best stock of mouldings in this part of the country. 5,904 83 A pleasant social event occurred on Friday, the occasion being a gathering of the Chautauqua county Chapters of The Daughters of tbe American Revolution. The Benjamin Prescott had invited the Patterson and Jamestown Chapters to spend the day in Fredonia. Anderson's. Total $50,289 97 The estimates for the coming year were read and approved, and will be found in another column. TALCUM POWDER, indispensable, for chafing, sun burn, prickly heat and for the toilet. Colegate's Violet is a new one. FOR PICNICS, a fine lot of paper napkins common, fine and super, and none of them expensive. $ 2 20 5 50 . $75 . 1 29 Satisfaction 2d floor. Opp. Park. Westfield, N. Y. ♦ Mennen's is still a favorite, at a ,less price hut good are Moore's and Evan's 15 cents eaeh. A statement of the building fund was then read which showed a deficit, when all work was completed of $3,094.35 and is as , CROQUET SETS, a new lot at 75, $1.00 and •1.25. Croquet is again a popular game. 3 SO 44 12 48 » SiO * 00 1 00 b 09 3 30 10 80 ... . 9# ...... 75 80 0« IS 60 45 67 6 80 9 00 It 75 35 00 8 30 Miss Prescott, the Begent, with the 70 other members had anticipated everything that would contribute to the pleasure of the day. EUTHYMAL TOOTH PASTE, Convenient, harmless, effective. Get sample, free if you have not tried it. Full size tube 35 cent*. Try Ping Pong Pnni HAMMOCKS, Just a few good ones at a good low price. ;h at the Fountain. lollows Statement of Building Fund account to August 1,1902: The visitors were escorted home of Judge Lambert, where a social hour was enjoyed. Take Notice. SECEIPTB. Rec'd from sale of $31,000 3 1-2 per oent bonds Bec'd from Hardwiok A Oo forfeiture Pharmacists Registered by Examination Always in Charge $35,741 08 From now until the Fall Season begins I will make clothes at greatly rednoed prices. After partaking of an elaborate luncheon •erred in the gymnasium dining room, the company listened to brief after dinner speeches from the Regent and others, and a sweet aong from Mrs. Lsmbert. The company then returned to Sunset Hill, where the remainder of the day, until 5 o'clock, was passed in forming ne»f acquaintances or in renewing those so pleasantly begun at an annual gathering of Chautauqua county's loyal Daughters of the American Revolutions. SALE 68 90 Total 35,809 98 I have part of my Fall and Winter stock already at hand and some of the Spring and Summer stock left. PAYMENTS. Pd Alioe E. Holt for aite. 3,500 00 Pd Wm. Allan, gen. oont... 23,294 75 Pd £ M Link, Machy. Co., Erie, Pa, on contract for heating and ventilating 2,85144 Pd Jamea E Kinner en contract for plumbing Pd Orchard A Joralomon, architects OF SUMMER MILLINERY MUST BE CLOSED OUT QUICK. R C Irish, truant work 7 80 O 8 Flagler, disbursement 8 SI A W Day, oak mantle S5 00 John Ard, disbursement 8 45 The bill of Ottawa? & Munson of |30 for services was referred to the clerk to investigate with power to act. On motion an order for $100 was drawn to pay Q 8- Flagler for hia services as clerk. Always at your service in all kinds of tailoring. Trimmed Hats at your own price. Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Mitts, etc. ment cheap. I A fine assort- 69011 1,200 00 C.1C.BAOSMAXT, Total payments Balance of fund In tress 931,534 SO 4,273 68 Novelties in Ladies' Neckties. The Tailor, On motion an order for 95 vas drawn in favor of Mr. Schoenfeld for filling diplomas and scholarships. The Clerk was instructed to notify Mr. Link that if he would furnish the angle iron screens, the Board would pay the last installment on the contract as soon as the screens were received. Upon motion Board adjourned. The following amoonts are dae on contracts when gut *• Ma jTllle. Harry Van Allen, the man with a one hundred dollar bill with 48 holes in it, whose arrest for riding on oars, we mentioned last week, said his home was in Chicago and demanded a trial by jury, which came off before Jnstioe Powers, last Thursday. H. 0. Kingsbury appeared for Van Allen and H. L. Munson represented the people. The jury bronght in a verdict of guilty and the Justioe fined the prisoner $20 or 20 days in jail. North Portage St, Westfeld, N. Y. Materials for Fancy Work a specialty. work ia completed Wm Allen EMLinkMachinery Co.. 1,400 00 Junes E Sinner 753 60 Electric Serrioe Oo, Buffo 700 00 E E Joralemon, architect.., 479 18 7,368 03 Amt needed to pay oont'ta 8,094 35 4,085 35 R. JT. Macomber, - Westfield, N. Y. South Side of Main Street / mm \7/s • ,iX After niBi discussion it *u moved and carried that a tax of $6,000 be levied by installment to meet this deficit and to furnish and connect the two building* with underground supply main for heating buildings, and filling and grading yard etc. MELSON SHOES ghM Talk. What we want to impress upon the minds of the people ia, that nnder our new "Gash Rebate System" we are selling the aame quality Boots and Shoes cheaper, than any other store in the State of New York or any other State. Notwithstanding that the Bank offloitls here said that they thought the $100 bill was good, yet the prisoner went to jail rather than surrender the bill,whioh was a treasury note of the issue 1865. There is some talk of appealing the case. A. B. Ottawa? and J. 0. Jonas war* appointed tellers and a ballot was taken. The whole number of votes cast was 46, of which 28 were in favor of the motion and 17 against. are at the head of the list when it comes to style, durability and a comfortable fit. Something Wrong We give 5 per cent off on Douglas shoes and there is not another store but whst sells at exactly stamped prices, and when you Uke into consideration that nearly our whole stock is made np of just such lines of stamped shoes and that most of oar stock sells .at ten per cent off, you cannot help agreeing that this is the store at which to trade. Shoe-ly yours, The motion being carried, on motion of Mr. Nixon it was voted that the payments be made by installments of $1,000 each. Probably the Lenses io the Glass are not ground to fit the peculiarities of the vision; or perhaps they should be re« laced by new and stronger ones Ve are very successful In remedying and removing all defects of vision in old and young. We guarantee a perfeot fit. xri ui CO When over thirty of the leading shoe manufacturers showed their shoes for close inspection, why was the Nelson Shoe chosen for all the Pan- American police? Because it combined these Saturday morning the engine on the early train to Westfield over the J., C. A L. E. left the track at the Belleview switch. No damage was done and the engine was in running order again in a short time.—Jamestown Press. On motion of £. A. Skinner the first installment of $1,000 falls dne on January 1,1905, and $1,000 each year thereafter. After considerable discussion this motion waa carried, and the meeting ad- journed. Pianos. qualities Good Fining Qualities. Style, Superior Wearing and H. A. BtubgiS. —Dr. £. Rood and Samuel Crandall have laid fine aawed stone walks in front of their property on South Portage street, and A. 8. Patterson is preparing to lay one in front of his property on South Portage and Second streets. —Two more excursions to Atlantic City via Lackawanna Auguat 8th and 22nd— $10 round trip from tickets good returning. 15 days and for stop-over at Philadelphia, four trains daily—through sleeper. For further information write Fred P. Fox, Buffalo. Stein way, Knabe, Schubert, Kirtzfliwi, New Era and many other high grade makes, for sale. 815 State St., Erie, Pn. E. H. OYBRTON, Graduate Optician, WB8TFHLD, N. T. & 0. BIDDINGS, - - - Manager, H- KINNEY, Sole Agent Westfield, N. Y.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1902-08-06|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1902-08-06|
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Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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