Westfield Republican, 1902-11-12
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iicpublicatt WWNESL JET lichT wap *tha Fire Depart id, ard thanked them for the. hte tfohalf, and assured them /illingMM toserre at all tim NixcNa'alemarka were, heartily i * and three cheers fan again gk was catyr 1 If*. NixoaM >peec>- . W i SR. QT1A0AY' He atf! it wap sii lehadJQft pleasure iistinquhed citizei >ffioe fmsh be had . ind hM re-eleoted ■▼erwhiwRing w >ved m politr id betvred that. it the*cloM>.. '>and|furnished NijMn p*«e lindt were . irocewlA passed ands A even } pfo&test tnal jfffairt ich«d Mr. ®!l t / AY. NOVEMBER 12, 1902. NO. 34. VOL. ILVIII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y„ makes the weak atrong and the sioh well. We aell it. MR. NIXON HONORED. the thoi oame mostly from •*n party. I hare been things that my friends and neglected to do, and postofloe fights, all of ianocefct of. I have been 'th passing the skunk law, ntroduoed by Assemblyman amended by Senator Higperfeotly willing to father , and to stand npon the recmade as 1 can truthfully say, my best ability to serve my said he worked for the or the Chautauqua Assemble believed it to be the right and was willing to stand by in this case, even if it caused and weuld do the same thing if he had it to do. In closing Mr. 'Nixon paid a fitting trlb- F: 'menI and to the Stm&AtJtcre LYON S CENTRAL DRUG STORE, Oltisoiu Bud. th* Fire Dopartmont and a Laqt Company of oar Cltlmons As* iembl> at Hll Home to do Him Honor. 'Phone No. 80. On last Wednesday evening, Citiiena Band, the Fire Department, numbering 80 men, and some four hundred of oar citizens marched to the home of Hon. 8. F. Nixon on West Main street to serenade him, and to congratulate him upon the renewed expression of confidence and esteem which his constituents had manifested in him by the results of the election. After arriving at Mr. N$xon's home, the band played an inspiring piece, and when Mr. Nixon stepped out upon the veranda the air was rent with three rousing cheers for oar distinguished citizen, and showed how thoroughly be is esteemed and beloved by those who know him best. When quiet was restored Mr. E. A. Skinner, president of the National Bank, in behalf of the citizens congratulated Mr. Nixon. Mr. Skinner said: "Mr. Nixon, we, yo«r friends and neighbors, without regard to party lines, have come here tonight to congratulate yon, not upon y«Bt re-election, but upon the renewed expression ot confidence and regard which that election brings to you. ••No one can rejoice more than we in the honors which have come to you so abaftdantly and so deservedly ; we appreciate the fidelity with which you have cared for the interests of your district and your county; we recognise toe ability with which you have served the state, and we look confidently for still higher honors and opportunities, for greater service to this great Empire State and to the Nation. "Again congratulates you, we wish for you personally and in your public life the greatest measure of success.' At the close of Mr. Skinner's remarks, Mr. J). K. Falvay was called for and spoke in behalf of the Fire Department and Ciliiena Band. chi whi Fowl gins. my ord I di HELPFUL HINTS^-^ It is a good time to prepare for the cold winter weather, for it ib eure to come, BOTTLES are a winter neoessity. We have some good onea At 50o each. Better ones for 75c and $1 each. . . CHEST PROTEOTORS-Keep the lungs protected and save titock* 0 P monla and congestion. We have some good onea at a J™61- U1 MUSTARD PLA.3TER8—All ready to use, in a nwe tin box. Th y pw.b.« o«, W kiud.». couzh cures if you have a preference. onra HEADACHE OURES-Our headache wsfers are t relief. /or headaches. No teed of suffering so much, when it is so esay to get renei EXCELSIOR DIGESTIVE ;r/B^ETStin^S0^ cure conmuota as you like, aud they will do the rest. Excelaior i^axaav* OLTVE OIL—The kind you want for salad dressing. Ours is the gen-3K.e vafi W SHOE SHINE—Marvel Bhoa Polish pats a shine on your shoes that laata. Water does not affect it. Wt sell it. . . T» all ospOTO cleanses the moat delioate fabrio without injury. It tHTdS nature. It should be used by everybody. NEW BOOKS for the Holidays have arrived. Let us show them to you. Fine Fun. We are doing the fur busineas better than ever this year. We present the broadest and choicest collection ef fine Fur prices that we have ever gathered Electric Seal Scarfs Martin Scarfi Isabella Fox Scarfs Mafia in Electric Seal, Wool Seal, Martin and Fox.. Children's Seta.. $1 to $2 50 $2.25 to $8.60 $7.50 to $15 $1 to $8 75 $2.25 to $7 \Aj thin kifl his his i ate Knit Utt^erwea This MMM'f (totk excef It not totaiUMl to1fre»tfielc quantities, but aft particular p Underwear they want, getting and is priasd at the lowest fig Womdi*' kuitted V«*8is and Wotaftuw' uoo-shriukable ril Wtnaeiu' flat Wool Vests au tJniouliuits Mean' kuitted Shirts and Dr f—Men's Womens' & Children's. s any we ever brought together. Its equal You perhaps are not Interested in large iople appreciate getting exactly the kind of the sort that fits comfortably, wears well ire for the quality. Pan i a, fleeced bed Vests and Pants i Pauls ir efforts of bx es. Mr. upland- Teq for ed him Mr close < for at the >(poke as c... .26c to 60o » tl 50c, tl and $1 25 . *t*XCK. ; teen j«a» ago since of oteiatioK oar Mr. ftixon, for the dlled *0 acceptably . to with such an majority. He had fol'oal career with pride, greater honors awaited -awets, fleeced Meus' heavy fleeced Shirts Hud Drawers.. Mens' wool ribbed 8liirtB and Drawers Mens' flat wool Shirts aud Drawers Children's Underwear, ootton ribbed aud wuo., all sizee Boys' heavy fleeced 24 to 84 25o to 35o S5o to 50o .u«v 91 to $1.38 91 Fall Dress Goods and Pitts Kzcoliei&ce. Mora strict contort than wo never existed when it come* to quality in Drese Goods. Every piece that conies into our stock is subjected to rigid scrutiny, based on a standard so high that other dealers might call it finicky. And in Pitts merchandise this habit of being particular reaches its highest development. Geode made to conform precisely to our requirements, going out with our warrant, must be good. 27 in. striped Fancies ■ 5 pieees 26c Homespun, Mohair and Granites reduced to 36 in. Wool Suiting reduced from 10 pieces 50o Suiting, Canvas and Venetian, reduced to 1 piece 75o black CjwjTas, 48 In. wide, reduced to 1 piece $1 black reduced to Stylish Coats and Wraps. Positive, comparative, superlative. All three grades are applicable to this collection of wraps, for women and children. POSITIVE as to style, beauty of design, perfection of finish. These qualities you can recognize by a casual glance at the garments. COMPARATIVE—Better values at given priooo than you can find in any other store in Westfield. This youoan verify by a little casual looking around. SUPERLATIVE—The widest, constantly now, constantly full and complete of any collection we know of that are quickly acoeesable. of Mr. Ottaway's remarks some mors musie and cigars to all present, 'hen reformed, and as the Sr Mr. Nixon he shook one. Thus ended one of and yet one of the most inever held in town, and zon greatly, as it showed M. A. LYON. the Mr. Th< 12 l-2a .....15c 38c to 33o ....42 1 2c 56o I tl fo IT SEEMS EARLY him how «nany warm frwncU ha hu in his natira town. D. K. FAXVA.Y'8 SPEECH. At a meeting of the fire department the previous evening D. K. Fslvay. » member of the department wae choaen to repreaent the firedepartment in extendingcongratolationa to Mr. Nixon he aaid: Hon. Mr. Nixon, in behalf of the Weatfield fire department I extend you hearty congratulations oa your recent election. While at no time waa there any doubt about yonr being returned to the place which you have so ably and ao honorably filled theae many y«»ra,yet your frienda,irrespective of political affiliations tally understood your poaitioo and yonr deeires. No man in the State of New York haa a greater reaaon to feel proud of the diatrict that he represents than you have. For no man in thia great Empire State has ao endeared himself to the people he repreaenta as have you, and for that reason came the hearty reaponae, when you asked assistance. In recognition of your valuable services and for your ever courteous and generous treatment of all, the people of this Assembly district have seen tit to give you the largest majority you ever received and by far the largest vote any man haa ever attained. I would indeed be ungrateful to one who is my friend, and wtoo was your opponent on Tueaday, should I not say that your large majority waa not due to the unpopularity of your opponent, as he is a man worthy of highest honors and haa already repreaented this district in the Aaaembly Chamber. You therefore have a greater reason to feel proud of your large majority! The Weatfield fire department ia not a political organisation in any sense but they fully appreciate what you have done for them in the paat, and by a unanimous vote of the department laat evening it waa decided to join with the Citisen'a band and in our simple manner to ahow to you the pleasure we enjoyed on account of your recent victory, and magnificent majority. You have the aole distinction of having a paternal anpport in the fire department. Notwithstanding the act that the memberahip of the department ia compoeed of nven- mostly younger than yourself, yet from the youngest to the oldest they are taught at their initiation that you are a friend to the firfe men and therefore have through their aaaietance atuined the high position which you now ao honorably and ably fill. I'can assure you that the Citisen'a band feel that aame kindly feeling for you and are ever ready to asaist you when yon ne®d them. When you are elected to the office of governor of the state of New York, then and not until then will the fire department be satisfied with yonr advancement. At the close of Mr. Falvay'a remarks, Mr. Nixon attempted to respond but was •o overcome by his feelings that some time elapsed before he waa able to apeak. He apoke aa followa: ...79c ▲ Great Work OoapltM. For Cutters and Sleighs, but you want to buy while there is a large stock to select from I have them in all styles and prices. Harness, Blankets and Robes, too, if you The Welch Grape Jnice Go. finished pressing Wednesday the 5th inst,, end it ie hard to realise whet figures mean when we learn the Company pressed oyer 1,200 tone of Oonoord grapes. This quantity, M in cere, would make 120 oers of grapei. . From Mondey to Saturday for two weeks there wes not a moment when thf juice wes not ronningftUnthesix heavy !>*•*** two large cellars were footid too smell to bold the, quantity of juioe pressed, end temporary storage was arranged on the first floor. Together with the last of the 1901 jnioe on hand, the Welch Company have in their building over 200,000 gallons of juioe "from choicest Concord grapes," pressed on the spot where grown, and put up without a drop of water or a particle of antiseptic. It is the carefulness in manufacture and its absolute purity which have largely contributed to the popularity of Welch's grape juioe. want. C. F. BIGLER, gut Ills Stmt. HI niTTC 21, 22 AND 23 MAIN ST., . L*. rl I IO, WESTFIELD. NEW YORK. LAMB & COWAN motor Road. Notice. As the steady progress brings the road from the weet—even now nearing the town line limits, it becomes important to consider the question of crossing the Chautauqua Creek, and I wish to say that nq citizen desires to see such grand improvement coming into our village throiigh some back alley. The proper place being on the Main road straight through, then we have only one important obstacle to overoome, and that the bridge. While we do not condemn the old bridge, it oertainly, is not suitable for the double purpose which would be required to bring the motor road into town in the proper place. Therefore the opportunity presents itself for the town to join with the Motor Company, and, for a reasonable expense to the town, secure what is so desirable. There are many who have wished for | anew, modern, and better bridge, among whom is the Highwsy Commissioner, who ssys: "It is only s matter of time when the old bridge will come, down. True. ■. The time is at hand when some aotion should be taken in the matter, and I am certain that when we consider the benefit to our village and all our people, they will—sain other enterprises—come to the aid, and do what is right in helping forward this grand enterprise, Auarm B. Culver. 'Phon® 2. Opp- Postoffice Do not forget that the place to get your tailoring done is at MODERN DRUGGISTS- «®-PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES-We hive the largest stock in town. It it also fresh. -Tssaasaar ? watis:® teeth, and leaves a refreshing Uate in the month. CruOR AN OBSTINATE COUGH try the original White Pine Compound Cough Syrup. It oures all affection of the throat, ohest and lungs. «-SULPHUR SOAP for the skin and scalp It gives a free and healthy action to the skin, prevents eruptions and irritation. 10c per oake. «rSTBBIJNO DYSPEPSIA TABLETS cure indigestion, distress and fullness after eating. 10 and 26c per box. are compounded with pure fresh drugs, by pharmacists registered by examination. —— Anderson's. Burglars VUlt WestHeld About three o'clock Saturday morning people living near the Welch Grape Juice Faotory, and who happened to be awake, heard a noise in the building. Not Auch was thought of it until the factory employes came to work, when they found one of the Bafes had been blown open. The Company hss three safes for books and papers only, and the papers in the safe opened, so far as not molested or taken. The eflbats of the burglar's work ean be seen in Lamb & Cowan's window, where the doors are on exhibition. It now appears that before toe burglars visited the Welch Grape Juice Factory, they made a visit to the carriage shop of Joseph Maoer, and after trying to gain an by the windows, and failing after breaking the glass in two of them, they pushed the large front door in and made a (thorough investigation of the premises and took with them the keys to the e«fe, whieh they found unlocked, a sledge hammer, chisel sorew driver, wrench, drill and a hatchet. Tbey used the hatohet to pry up the window at Welch's, and the other tools were all found near the safe, where they had been used before it was blown open. There is no clue as to who did the job. Satisfaction 2d floor. Opp. Park. Westfield, N. Y. The season ia fast advancing and you need a good, strong, warm, nice looking suit of A few of the goods now in stock at Clothes & Overcoat The Little Store. before the cold weather seta in. Here is the plaoe to get them, at reasonable prices. Gleaning, pressing and repairing at short notioe- Big stook of woolens on hand and a fine line of samples. Come and see them. Fine Millinery—the latest novelties. A big variety of Knitting Yarns and Wools. Ladies' and Children's wool and fleeced Underwear. Worsted Gloves and Mittens. O.X.8JLCK*CJL»r, Brainard & Armstrong's Embroidery Silks. The Tailor, North Portage St, Wettfield, N. Y. 12. «J. Macomber, - Westfield, 3V. Y. South Side of Mftin Street. • The Corner Drug Store is hesdquarters for everything in the line of BIG DISASTER IS RECALLED. Death "of Barnhart Hen*, the Conductor on the train Wrecked at Ashtabula. Bernhart Henn, the well-known railroad died on Friday afternoon at his home, No. 789 Prospect Avenue, hie death feeing dne to Bright'* disease. He was 60 years old and was conductor on the train which was wrecked in the fam)tu Ashtabula disaster on December 29, 1876. The train fell 100 feet into a -avineand many persons were killed, iir. Henn was very seriously injured, ' mber of Buffadisaster, among 3 Mixer, the late Or. F. S. PURE DRUGS RUBBER MB. NIXON'S SPBKCH. FOOTWEAR He ftaid: Fellow townsmen, members of the Fire Department end Citizen's Baud! Nothing in my political life has so tonotaed me M this demonstration by yon, who ue so near end deer to me. I appreciate it more than I can tell, and I ■hall always treasure it in my memory. Here I was bom, grew to manhood, and -y life has been (pent here, and the ci' *a? • * J WE ALIO HAVE AN EXCELLENT LINE OF CHOICE x PERFUMES. Largest line of Hot Water Bottles in town. of all 2 Barrels of New Silnrnn Kinds. Juet unpacked, and there are eome rery beautiful pieces amongst the lot. All era the rery finest quadra pie plate, mad* on ht/kry fblanks, and are first-olaas in evsry respect. but he recovered. A nu Ionian* perished in the - them being Miae Minnie beautiful daughter of the Mixer. Mr. Mann was a brothei Henn of Weatfield. The survived also bj a widow, hart Henn, Jr., of Buffalo, ter, Mm. E.*W. Holt o: Buffalo Sunday Times. The remains were brov day morning and buriec field cemetery. | —One of the large plate . . town are very dear to me ud I on wore you I appreciate th< confldenoe which you have manifested in me, and guarantea yen that it shall not ha misplaced. I have always re garded public office ss a public trust, anc the one who occupies it as a public servant! I have in the past given my besl efforts in behalf of my oonstiaency, sue shall oontinue to do so. I have always i tried to be of servioe to those that nera I ed my help, as for as I was able, anc Men's, Women's and Children's Bobber Boots. Men's and Boy's Felt Boots' Men's and Bojjs Lumbermen's Books and Overs. Men's, Women's and Children's one and two buokle Arctics. Men and Women 4 buckle Arcties. Men and Woman's Storm Alaskas. Men and Boy's Canvas l>gg'"" Women and Children's Jersey Leggins and Overgaitora. Men's Overgaitora. Women's Pelt Shoes. Pelt 81ippers for Men, Women and Children. «TAll of the above goods in great variety, at prioes that are right. We cordially invite yon to favor us with a call when In need OUR CIGARS of Dr. Daniel deceased to , a son. Bernand » daaghthis city.— 4 piece Tea Set 2 piece Tea Set. 6.9» Baking Dish »-00 Water Pitcher 7 0J Salad Bowl Batter Dish *-0® Let as show yon the new good* and qooto yoa prioes. are the best in town; A trial will oonrinoe yon of this (tot. ight hereMon■ in the W«st< •ire as a oall. Noi has not • to give since I repro- J have had to am aware that window* I. E. JONES Overton's Jewelry 8 wekwimld, H.:X fw L PitU dry gooda store wu . week. It U supposed thata i thrown againat it. i isiaiai ;y, s Weetfield, N. Y. for No. 1 Main Street.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1902-11-12|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1902-11-12|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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