Westfield Republican, 1903-11-11
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®t)t (Upttblicati WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1903. NO. 35. VOL. XLIX. PERFUMES— We have just received a shipment of the true Enghs Violet—the most lasting and meetest of Perfumes. Let Us Supply You. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES- ROLL OF HONOR Public High School* of WestBeld. When entering Williams College, Mass., William L. Mathews, a graduate of our high school, took part in a contest for the Clark Scholarship good for $200 a year. Pupils often take an entire year after high school graduation to prepare for this contest at the best fitting schools of New England. la the contest young Mathews came out next to the head, failing to win first prize only by a single count. This fact tells its own story, both as to the fine natural ability of the pupil and also as to thoroughness of training given at our high school. The principal subject for examination was Latin. The habit of life which above all other* molt makes for business success is being punctual and regular in the discharge of simple daily duties. The place to form and cultivate the habit is during school days. In order to create a just pride and interest in this matter on the part of the pupil, parent, teacher and school official, the names of those who have been neither absent or tardy for the school month ending Friday, Oct. 30th, is given below. ..PUTS' DEPT. STORE.. LYON'S Free Street Car Tickets Redeemed in Merchandise. Store. * * Central Drug The Pitts Store gives with every one dollar cash purchase one five-cent street car ticket. The public will remember that anyone receiving one dollar's worth of tickets who does not desire to use same in the regular way, that this store will redeem at full face value in merchandise, of whatever kind may be desired. H. L. PITTS. PHOHB 80. The list does not include the Kindergarten or high school, but may be extended to include these later if experience proves the plan to be helpful. Knit Underwear That You Need To=day. Zymole Trokeys—Are used everywhere by public speakers aud sm?°rs' A novel antiseptic treatment for the throat and lungs. A cure for.bad breath arising*from catarrhal troubles. Call and get a free sample. Sore Throat—The certain cure for this is Tonsiline. kever know.i o Jib' 1. Price 25c. T Crystal Velvet is a toilet luxury, bath perfume and water softenei. 1 renders the hardest water soft and imparts a refreshing fragrance to the bath. It's hygienic action upon the skin is beneficial and produces a general feeling of exhilaration. Each package contains .enough for .5 tuths. Price 50c. Free samples. If vou want to Rubber—Look in our windows filled with Rubber goods. Jt ie a good time to purchase a Hot Water Bottle. Prices are J50c, 75c $1.00 each. A good Atomizer is a useful thing to have in the house. Look at ours. , ,, ,, Unkari Skin Food—Makes your complexion clear and soft, no matter how rough the skin may be. 25c a package. "The Light that Failed" has nothing to do with our splendid new Parlor lAmps. They never fail to please in price and style and practical results. If there is anything better in the market we have not seen them. Prices irom $1.00 up to $6.50 each. Farm (For sale. grade 1—Anna S Ottawav, teacher, R. 44. Att. 39.2. I offer for sale for the next thirty days from date the farm known *s the John Dawson place consisting of about one hundred acres situate on both sides of the Main road between Westfield and Ripley in the town of Ripley. Price reasonable and terms of payment easy. Selden Brewer, Glenn Curtis, James Firmano, Carlton Gage, Arthur Parment, Ralph Rovce, Carl Sporker; Marion Allen, Kathleen Cady, Doris Dickerman, Mary Falcone, Marie Groat, Helen Pegler, Mary Syracusa. Alice Storm. The day tbat dawns clear and frosty is the morning to put warmer underwear on, Dot to go down town after it. Hence there is wisdom in laying in your supplies now, instead of putting off buying until the thermometer flirts with the 32 degree mark. You will have no difficulty in getting suited, whether man or woman, with some of these particularly good, well proportioned and reasonably priced sorts. Women's knit vests and pants - 25c and 50c Women's knit wool vests and pants $1.00 Knit union suits, 50c. $1.00, 1.50, 1.75 Men's knit shirts and drawers 25c and 50c Men's wool shirts and drawers $1.00 and 1.38 Men's heavy fleeced stiirts and drawers 50c Children's knit vests, pants and drawers 10c to 25c Children's wool vests, pants and drawers 25c to 60c Children's flat natural wool vests pants and drawers..-30c to 70c J. La Due. grade 1—Jennie B. Woor>, teacher R. 43. Att. 36.1. Oa last Friday morning the Town Board met and canvassed the excise vote. The vot«? on the different propositions was as OfHcial Vote Irene Waterman, Ireta Waterman,Ruth Waterman, Martha Utaka, Jeanette Cochrane, Eunice Bilsborrow, Roswell Walden, Cleveland|Riley, Milford Piehl, Edwsrd Mateer, James Lichtenwalter, Herbert Brown,JArden Backman, Lucile Goetz. iollows For Against Maj. For Saloons Stores Pharmacists Hotels 391 349 Blankets and Comforters 373 211 406 200 146 358 319 grade 2—Sarah Galloway, teacher. R. 30. Att. 25. A Seasonable Snap, A Great Record. In a single season, and that the one jast closed, tor these two items, the enlargement of building and cellars, and for 1592 tons of Concord grapes, the Welch Grape Juice company has expended, over $100,000. The Company report* the giapes the best ever pressed. The build* ing as enlarged is a marvel for size and equipment. The cellars are 95x170, two stories, each 9 feet deep, with cement roof and floors, and the building three stories and brick throughout. Eight presses were used ibis year, and, working continuously sight and day, an ordinary day's work was 125 tons. Loucelia House,'Irena Kolpien, Elsie Sache, Carrie Tempio, Hazel Burgess, Samuel Johnson, Richard Mallery, Clarence Neill, Harry Sack, Forrest Sparks, Joseph Spinn, Roland Bird. Not a cold snap either, but Mercury is heading that way. as might be erpeefafl. These warm, snug, excellent blankets will counteract the temperature drop to your comfort. Comforters 89c, $1.00.1.25 Comforter®' extra fine grade, silkoline covered, fine grade cotton, tied with yarn $1.85 to 2.50 Cotton fleece blankets ...69c and 89c Yery large cotton fleece blankets $1.25 to 1.75 Wool blankets $3.50 to 4.75 Some Bargain Specials. obape2—Katharine Hopkins,teacher, R. 28. Att.26. Lynn Button, David Bacon, Floyd Bimber, Iran Dndley, Helen.Fox, Angeline Falcone, Ira Green, Ireta Schwartz. Vreaden China Balad Diahea S5o eaoh 71mm aalad diahaa w« in white Mid gold, *nd were never aold for laea than SOo before >hie. They are euparb in atyie and ererybody eae afford to have one at the prioe we hare IFrench Preaeed Toilet Boapa.Sc and 10e cake Decorated Lamps Pure White Caatile 8eap 6c a cake okade 3—Minnie A. Persons, teacher, R. 35. Att. 31. 1 lb. Jars Petrol attt», bum m Viaeltoe. 86c lb A Pre-Holiday Offering. 1 Per f tun ad Vaseline .. .10c jar Walter Backman, Harry Gage, Carl Keopka, Fred Lich ten waiter,Bayard Taylor, Madge Aldrich, Lena Bohn, Blanche Hathaway , Laura Keopka, Dorothy Mai* lery, Margoerke VeaTpnell, Helen Welsh, Mabel Wemple. Mie. Chins Cap* ud Btaoera—It is i good tine t« begin to piek up thiuga for ChriatmM, and n« bar# bunched up a lot of 26c, 36o *nd 60c Csp* «Bd 8»noers and made tb* prioa 25e / «Mhfor yvut choice It U a* Clli worth " lartriag into. Large, masaive, richly deoorated bodies, with 8 to 18 in. globe to match. Lamps whioh will give a marveloue amount of life and color to the hall or rooaa they adorn Decorations of Carnations, Peonies, Chrysanthemums, Anple Blossoaaa and Roaea. gold plated mountings. Laaapa made to sell at fieaa $S.M to tlO.OO, Our prices range from $1.98 to $6.75 Picture Framing. Ladles' Buir. The ladies |of theM. E. church invite yon to their chicken pie supper, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1903. Supper will be served from 5 to 8. Tickets 25 ccnts. The Carpet Opportunity of the Season. «Um Water Bottle* at 16o each ought to be sheep enough. We guarantee our work to please. We have been very busy of late framing pictures. It is a good time to have the work done before the Christmas rush begins. 1km* Bowls, worth lOo each, for 5c each I>«ad and Batter Plates, blue Owari ware, ,5c each . 5o each 10c each 10c each 35c each ,5c each 10c each 10c box grade 3—Alice C. Hubbard, teacher, Sixteen patterns of all wool Ingrain in tbree grades at 20 per cent below their value. Regular goods, perfect in every way, from best factories. No faults, no ex.* cuses, just aheer good luck for those wbo secure them. Two rolls of all wool Ingrain, worth 55c, reduced to 47c Five rolls extra super Ingrain, worth 65c, reduced to 55c Nine rolls Lowells, extra super, best two-ply Ingrain, sold in Chicken pie, Mashed potatoes, Pickles, Jelly, Cabbage salad, Brown bread, White Bread, R. 34. Att. 3.15. Tracy Bissell, Gerald Herrick, Paul Waterman, Cecil, Weatherup, Kenneth Wells, Mildred Cady, Margaret Douglas, Laura Galloway, Laura Hall, Mary Lundey, Clara Sporker, Agnes Swartz, Marie Taggart. Detmeal Bowls, blue Owari ware.. "Wickel Tea Pot Stands »>ekel Waiter Trays iliekel Cuspidors, worth 50c, at... Handled Vegetable Brushes Whisk Brooms 'Talcum Powder FUN, and Lots of It—Get a game of PANIC, and see if you don't find it amusing as well as instructive. Apple pie, Pumpkin pie, |Mince pie, good, reputable stores today at 75c; our price 60c Cake, Cheese, Coffee. Women's and Children's Coats and Capes There will be a Ladies Home Journal booth at which subscriptions to the paper will be taken. There will also be useful and fancy articles for sale. We're going to have a big Bazar, And ask yon all, from near and far, To patronize your own home trade And buy, for gifts, what we have made. grade 4—F. .Lou Francis, teacher at Moderate Prices. R. 47. Att. 42.2. M. A. LYON. Finer Bernander, Alton Bird, Arthur Brown, Willie Cross, Charlie Curtis, Tony Falcon, Harold Hopson, Clarence Page, Leroy Schwartz, Ethel Barton, Audrey Cameron, Harriet Gilman, Pearl Hawkins, Marie Keopka, Evora Manton, Elsie Schrader, Florence Weaver. HI DITTC 21, 22 and 23 Main St., . L. rll 1J, Westfield, N. Y. Agents for Lake Erie Traction Co. Street Car Tickets. We have a nice assortment of goods. Everything in our line. We Want Your Trade. We have— Pillow slips and fancy bags, Receptacles for dusting rags, Handkerchiefs of linen and lace, Something for rubbers, called a case. And will give 5c for every Dollar in Cash. You will get your Dollar's* worth every time. Look over our goods before you buy. The Little Store will not be undersold. grades 4-5—Edna H/Phear, teac her. R. 382 Att. 35. Mollie Ossmaa, Elma Piehl, Hatvre Utke, Florence Walden, Irvine Amidon, George Baldwin, Earl Bissell, Philip Cady, Ralph Curtis, George Hopson, Harold Kolpien, Frank Kiley, Bert Storm, Floyd Riley, James Spann. Pillows dainty and caps for sweepers, Towels, fine for all housekeepers, Aprons for both the short and tall Holders, likewise, for great and small. Many things your attention will claim Which we haven't here the space to name November eighteenth is the time, And won't you come with us to dine?j Ladies' Aid Society, JONES'PHARMACY SOUTH SIDE MAIN STREET, WESTFIELD, NEW-YORK. E. J. MACOMBER, Always Up to-Date in Fresh Drugs, not only Drugs, but all of the Lines that belong to a first-class Pharmacy. Come in and see what we can show you in grade 5—Anna A. Howard, teacher R. 44. Att. 3G.4. Francis Brewer, Frank; Dennison, Ross Hungerford, Wilson Macdonald, Robert Mateer, Robert Pegler, Vernon Wantshouse, Nellie Bates, Nora Dewis, Ethel Mead, Ruth Neill, Helen Thompson,Fern YanTassell. PERFUME AND CUT GLASS You Can't Aide On the Trolley Yet! M. E. Church. NEW THINGS ARRIVING DAILY Death of John Hatsell The many friends of John Hatsell were pained to hear of his death which occurred at his home on the Hager road, Wednesday morning, Nov. 4th, after an illness of eleven weeks, he. having been taken sick on August 15th, aged 48 years. Mr. Hatsell was a mason by trade, and had worked on the O. L. Ingalls' house, laying brick, the day he was taken sick, and has been unable to be out of the house since that time. The cause of his death was chronic pleurisy with effusion. Everything that medical skill could do was done, but to no avail and the end came peacefully on last Wednesday morning. Look at our New Line of Stationery. Automobiles are high, but 1 have a new carload of —^ Xo. X Main St. I. E. JONES. BUGGIES grade 6—Philena Marshall,teacher. R. 40. Att. 34. Earl Backman, Harry Blanding, George Brewer, Warren Hall, Arthur Macer, Albert Piehl. Myron Galloway, Marguerite Conklin, Kate Dickerman, Florence Kiley, Frieda Kolpien, Helena Merker, Clara Piehl, Katherine Schoenfeld, Berenice Wilmarth, Jessie Weaver, Varina Weatherup. That are going cheap. Call and be satisfied. New Fall Shoes! C. F. BIGLER, East Main Street. grade 7—Augusta F.Shultz, teacher. R. 50. Att. 4? 6. Of all kinds are here for your inspection. We are better prepared than ever before to please you in any kind of footwear you may want, be it a pairlof Heavy Work Shoes, Rubber Boots, or a pair of those Fine Shoes which have J\o Equal. THE NELSON CUSTOM FIT Also Ladies' and Children's Shoes in great assortment. : : : : Mr. Hatsell was an industrious, honest, upright citizen and was highly respected aad esteemed by all who knew him. The funeral was held from his late residence on Sunday afternoon, Rev. Horace Mc- Kinney officiating, and was largely attended, showing the high esteem in which the deceased was held by all who knew him. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. The interment was in ['niou ceme- Francis Cochrane, John Giealer, Chester Herrick, Burr Hiller, Doane McKinney, Everett Morse, George Schrader, Ralph White, George White, Florence Dennison, Ella Keopka, Lena Piehl, Eda Swartz, Pauline Wratten, Catherine Wratten.| LAMB & COWAN, The Druggists I Phone 2.—17 MAIN ST., WESTFIELD. N. Y.—Opposite P. 0. orauk 8—Mary G. W<>on, teacher. WUCU-TONE — The new internal Catarrh , Kemedy. For catarrhal conditions of every j organ: expelling all inflammation from mucous membranps. Trial size. 8 ounce bottle, 45 cents. Oar guarantee on every ; bottle. profits. These Bibles are the International Edition, acknowledged the best in type, paper, binding, and helpfnl notes. Prices range from 75 cents, upwards. Red Letter Testaments, in which all sayings of Christ are printed in red ink, we have in various bindings. R. 53. Att. 46.3 Kenneth Herrick, William Macer, Fred Miller, Fred C. Ossmun, George Hexford, William Sawin, Lottie Baker. Nellie Bunville, Lela Christv, Bessie Covey, Etta Culver, Adelaide Flagler, Loreua Grover, Laura Hathaway, Ruth Koford, Alice Neill, Maude Royce, Loreua Stritzinger, Etta Wallace, May Welsh, Clara Winkelman, Elsie Wratten. COLGATE'S (iLl'CEIilNE—The purest for medicinal use. Costs no more thau the ordinary. Best for ii ternal or external use, because not irritating. HI'VIIRV JUICE—The most popular cough syrup. Four ounce bottle 25c. .Original White Pine Syrup, same size and price. J1UBBER GOODS—That we guarantee for a year, is what makes our Rubber Department busy. We have the cheap ones, but cheapness is not economy in rubber articles Come and see the gooda. tery, Mr. Hatsell leaves a widow and one daughter to mourn their loss, and thev have the sincere sympathy of a large circle of friends in their great sorrow. FRENCH CHAMBRAY—A nsw fabric effect writing paper, in pouud packages, for 25c. i Envelope*: to match 10 ceuts a pack. A i dozen other kinds of pound stationery, same price. LAST BUT NOT LEA.8T 18 Ot lC Messenger School Shoe SCO MORE of the famous 10 cent Matted Pictures. Good line of copies from the best artists. Also fruit pictures, Indian heads, house mottoes, all for less than the mats are worth. Boys' High School Lecture Course. SUMMARY. | |For a short time tickets for the remaining numbers of the course may be procured at I. E. Jones for 80c. This includes Hon. Wallace Bruce, Durno 3c Co., George E. Vincent and Prof. Richards. This is a chance you ought not to for the single number Durno k I Co., is worth more than the price asked for the four entertainments. Pupils' 1 tickets Mo. Registration from the Kindergarten to the 8th grade, inclusive, 544. Registration in the high school including the teachers training class, 168. Total registration, 712. Of this total 82 are non-res. ident pupils, the greatest number yet recorded for the first term in the history of the schoel. of which we have just received a large shipment. ALUMINUM ENAMEL for silvering gaa pipes, water pipes, etc., arouud the bouse. Easily applied, durable. All sizes of cans. Your Patronage wiil.be Highly Appreciated. OXFORD BIBLES—A large consignment | direct from the publishers. We can make prices low because w® save all middle | J. E. KHOTEY, Westfield, 2ST. Y. Fresh Drugs—Because Always Busy R—Registration. ▲tt-Average daily attendance.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1903-11-11|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1903-11-11|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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