Westfield Republican, 1904-01-13
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®!),e tocsffkli fkptiblkatt WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13. 190-1. NO. 44. VOL. XLIX. OFFICERS INSTALLED CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY PICTURE FRAMING—II yoa h«ve any pictures lefl over from that ueed framing, briog them to o,. We have more time .« to do the work. All work guaranteed. Pitts' Department Store, The Knights of Tent No 290, KO T M., of Westfield will give a supper in honor of the newly installed officers and Sir Knights to be initiated into our order to be held January 18th, 1904. First Volume of the New Work la Near- ly Heady for the Binders—Story Of Important Events Tiie publishers have aimed to make (his history complete, giving, so far as possible credit to those to whom it is dtie, regardless of their attitude toward the work, and they have collected and will publish the largest and most interesting group of portraits of the men and women of every period iu the county's history which has ever been attempted in any locality, and no trouble or expense has been spared to bring about this result. LOCUST'S The installed officers for the first term of 1904 are: Central Drug Store. Sir Knight Past Com—George Grover. Money Saving Values m this January Sir|Knight Com—H Y Cady. Sir>Kt Lieut Com—J W Backman. Sir Kt Rec Keeper—John Daley. Sir.Ivt Fin Keeper—.1 H Gollnitz, Sir Kt Chnp—Ralph Willse, M D SirJKt Sergeant—H Bohn. Sir Kt Master-at-arms—E A Amidon. Sir Kt 1st M of G—F A Tooth. Sir Kt 2nd M of.G—G W Frasher. Sir Kt Sen—E L Miller. Sir Kt Picket—Charles Loveless. Aud Com—John Schwager, A Merker and J W Backman. Clearance Sale: PHOUE 80. THE PUBLIC have beenquick to take advantage of the great values represented in this Annual Clearance Sale. This sale represents the true Pitts character of low prices on seasonable goods. The end of the season lines must go at any price to clean up. This is a sort of a Dre-inventory stock taking, an anticipation of the work that usually comes Feb. 1. It involves the present and past season's fall styles and staple goods to supply winter needs, affecting a saving to the purchaser from one-third to one-half. WESTFIELD, NEW YORK. EGG FOOD—The present price of eggs ought to make it an object to increase the supply. Our Poultry Food is especially prepared for that purpose If von will keep vour your hens warm, and give them oui poultry food, vou will never lack for a supply of eggs There is no> foodI on the market that compares with it for egg producing elements. Price <:oc. STOCK FOOD—We have a fresh supply of the Celebrated Colonial Stock Food purchased direct from the manufacturers. Lad contains 150 feeds for 50 cents. It is prepared after the formuta of rofessoi O. A. M. Marsden, of Birmingham, England, from fresh heros, root., barks and seeds, and is the best of all Foods for domestic animals. We have a Horse Powder of our own make, which is most excellent for stable use. Our price is 25c per pound. HUMPHREY'S VETERNIARY SPECIFICS—Are the best of remedies to have on hand. Always ready to use, and bring positive results. lhey cure in one-half the time it takes any other svstem of ic.i nut . ' half the expense. They are used by the Hoard of Cavalry in the Unite 1 States army, and by the largest stock owners in this country, Call ai d get a book with testimonials and directions. We keep a full suppU in HEAVE CURES—Seelev's Liquid Heave Cure and \\care's llea\c Powders are two of the most reliable remedies. We have many recommends from those who have used them. Iu addition to this biographical section, the publishers, through the energetic and intelligent action of Charles J. Shultz, have collected and will publish a large number of illustrations. These will consist of public aud private buildiugs, especially those connected with historical incidents, such as the visit of LaFayette, scenes in the various parts of the county, groups of public officials, pictures of early implements of agriculture and household affairs, and hundreds of things which will tend to add interest to the text of the various articles, many of which will bring to light matters which have entirely passed from the recollection of all save the few survivors of the pioneer pe- On last Tuesday, January 12, 1904, at high noon iu the city of Buffalo at the home of Mrs. Wm. C. Alvord, '253 Franklin street, by the Rev. R. V. Hunter of the Central Presbyterian Church, Mr. Henry D. Thompson aud Mrs. Ida Marion Crouch, of Westfield, were married. The wedding was a quiet one, there being only a few immediate friends present Thompson-Crouch The importance of the event from a mone^-saving stand point can hardly be over estimated. 25 pieces best print 4.'.c 10 pieces 15c tleece lined reduced to : 12c. 3 doz. pra. women's glace kid gloves, colors aud black, regular $1.00 and $1.00 gloves reduced to 5oc. 5 pieces 50c Agawau tfunuel reduced i One lot of rope liuen floss, assorted colors, to close 2c per skein. to 35c. 15 pieces 10 and 1'2'c gingham ro- j duced to 7 ic. 7 pieces (5(5 iuch dress linings, 15c j value redact'd to 5c. 1 piece Turkey red tabic liueu, spe- j cial price '20c. 3 pieces <>4 iuch half blenched table i liueu reduced to 42 £e. 2 doz. misses' and women's tlanuel- j ette gowns, 50c value reduced to <iSj Women's $1.00 wool vests and pants ; reduced to t'»5c. One lot of StelU cotton emb. doss oc per skein. Basket Ball Game An interesting and exciting game of basket ball was played Wednesday evening of last week at Wells Hall between teams representing the tiremeu and High riod 15 spools baby ribbon, assorted ju colors lc. i lot of liatteubnrg pat- 3 terns A off. 2 doz. Windsor ties, 2J$ | value at 10c. 1 lot of women's stand- 9 u]' collars 5c each. 1 lot of Dorcas E3 darning cotton 2 for lc. 1 iot of (). *S X T. crochet cotton 2c. 1 lot of as- 9 sorted hooks and eyes lc. 1 lot of j!| buttons 5c 12 prs. felt insoles 5c. PS I d<>z. pillow tops 25 and 50c values S While the publishers have been at great trouble and expense iu bringing this matter together, there are, doubtless, many matters of interest which remit iu in the hands of the people, and as the work is now rapidly drawing to completion, if there are those who have matters which will add to the completeness of this Centennial History of the county they will confer a favor by addressing Charles J. Shults, care ot The Journal, at Jamestown, or at Cherry ('reek, N. Y. It is the desire ot the publishers to make this a model of local history, and they will appreciate anything which tends to this re- The gauie is comparatively new ill Wesilield anil neither letm is pioticieut in llie line points of the mime, bill the 11igh School boys easily excelled by rea- School J A N U A RY SPECIALS: 1 quire writing paper and pack of envelopes Good white envelopes "Whisk brooms Framed pictures at 10 per cent, discount Parlor lamps at 10 per cent, discount, 1 oz. bottle Syrup White Piue com- soil of their team work. 20 minute halves were played; the tiual score being ol to •1 in favor of tiie High School. Children's Hut wool vests, pants ; aud drawers, size Hi to 31, priced ! Irom '25 to 70c, reduced . 5 Hat, satin lined fox scarfs, worth §10.98 reduced to ST.25. Mull's aud Children's sets I oil'. 50 prs. 11-1 cottou blankets, grey, tan and fancy 'J8c grade at 72:c. \ bale 81)c comforts at 75c. A bale #1.00 comforts at 85c. 1 case $1.89 comforts at .§1.25. 1 case of $2.25 comforts at §1.50. I case $2.50 comforts at §1.8'.). I5 pieces §1.00 aud 75c dresi goods at 55c. 10c. 05c 10c vr 1 lot of Fascinators ranging in price from 25c to 82 25 reduced '. i lot of Saxony yarn 5c skeiu. Handled.vegetable brushes 05c Excellent toilet soaps pr. cake 5c and 10c Nickel waiter trajs, each ll)u pound,(the genuine) for Sarsaparilla, with the Iodides, per 25c The line up was as follows I lot of Gi'i'iaantown yarn, f>e skein HIGH SCHOOJ I'll; KM KN ? doz. $1.00 corsets, long waisted 25c bottle, 75c Craig Forwards I Hopper \ Barker O'Con uell snli (i women's black silk waists, from SI 25 to $6.00, \ off. Nickel crumb tray and scraper.. 15c Decorated china cups and saucers, each 25c 'Old fashioned blue fruit bowls, each 25c Celery Blood and Nerve Remedy, Hough Bell 2 doz. women's mercerized waists per bottle 75c Center I Barden \ Foote WELCH GRAPE JUICE CO .*)() to §5.00, oil Peptonized Beef, Iron and Wine per bottle Nixou Whipple . \ Guards (Hopson) j The Directors give uotiee that the year) v dividend of 7 percent has been earned and is payable Jan. 15, 1004, for the six months ending Jan. 1, 1904. All odds and ends of wall paper, from single roll to one room at ' 50c (Meyers) Officials:—Referee, O. A. Jones; umpire, John Porter; timekeeper, Rev. John Mclvinoev and Theo Burns. — 1 lot (if men's ribbed wool shirts ami drawers $1.38 value at $1.00. Keep in mind the excellence of our Drug Department, the largest and best in this vicinity. Edoaii T. Welch, Treas. Meu's ribbed cotton shirts aud drawers 19c. U'sjU School Lecture Course. 3*Jc. 10 pieces 15c and 25c dress goods at 10 Jc. 15 pieces 75c and 50c dress goods at 8 doss. flat wool whirls and drawers, $1.00 grade at G5o. M. A. LYON. On Friday evening last. Jan. S, West- l_.<>ckpor», Weslfleid Debate Next Friday. Jau. 15, the people ol W*'8tfleld will have the pleasure of hear field High School met Lockport High School in debate on the subject of Municipal vs. Private Ownership or Public Utilities. Vincent on "The He is well known Goats, Soits S Skirts 1-2 Off. inj; Dr. George E, Mind of the Mob." One lot of fancy silk, assorted colors, 75c aud SI.00 values at 50o. One lot of narrow baud applique aud wide all over effects, worth 25c to $5. per yard I off. 2 doz. prs. infant's and children's mittens to close at 5c. ( Old fashioned Horehound Drops in any quantity » | you want, per pound - 15c * DIARIES—A few 1904 Diaries for those who want them. here, being a director of the Chuntauqua Institute. He is one of the most popular lecturers iu the United States. The people of this town should not miss a chance to Uear such au entertaining and instructive speaker at so low a price 25 and 35c. Tickets at the Corner Drug Store. 25 children's $3.75 to SI 1.50 garments .[ off. Leonard Watson opened the debate for he affirmative. His arguments 10 women's S3, to $15. capes, 5 off. 5 women's §10.50 to $16 50 coats, J off. forceful and logical and his manner natural and finished. He was most favorably received by (the audience who recognized the oratorical power of the young were 1 woman's vclour coat $'28, clearing price $10.00. One lot of women's 15c and 18c blaok yarn mittens reduced to 10c. Children's 38c yarn gloves 15c. Women's kid mittens, with fur top to close at 25c. 15 women's dress skirts $2.75 to $f>.5o values > off. A NEW HAT Wouldn't please your wife as well as a new CUTTER. I have them of the right style and price. C. F. BIGLER. East Main Street. speaker At a meeting of the stockholders of the National Bank of Ripley held on Tuesday afternoon the following directors were elected: E. A. Skinner, F. W. Crandall, J. W. Burrows, G. S. Flagler and E. W. Skinner. Klpley ltauk Officers 5 women's suits, flo. to $30. J off. The leader on the negative, Horace Clark, while lacking Mr. Watson's polish, had made deep research, and argued strongly H. L. PITTS, mi Main Street, WESTFIELD, N. T. Merle Anderson followed with sta- tistics favorble to municipal reform. Mr. Andeison is an enthusiastic speaker and has a convincing manner. At a meeting of the directors the following officers were elected: President, F. W. Crandall; Vice President, Q. S. Flagler; Cashier, J. W. Burrows; Assistant Cashier, E. W. Skinner. FOR. . . Fred Haenle was second speaker on the negative. This young man has decided talent in public speaking, united with a keen mind, and he displayed both to the advantage of the negative. Bank Meeting. At a meeting of the stockholders of the National Bank of Westfield, held on January 12th, E. A. Skinner, R. G. Wright, Hon. S. F. Nixon, F. W. Crandall and G. S. Flagler were elected directors for the ensuing year. PURE DRUGS. - - - He was followed by the third .speaker on the negative, John Cothran, who made an effort to rebut the arguments advanced by the affirmative. Altho' he failed to do this, he summarized well the arguments made by his side and introduced several new ones, these strengthened his cause. However the effect was weakened in that he read bis debate, the speaker apparently being unable to speak extemporaneously. This fact however, was ignored by two of the judges. DELICIOUS PERFUMES The stockholders also decided to extend the charter of the bank for twenty years from April 8, 1904. At a meeting of the directors the following officers were elected: President, E. A. Skinner; Vice President, R. G. Wright; Cashier, F. W. Crandall; Assistant Cashier, G. S. Flagler. AND FRAGRANT CIGARS LAMB & COWAN, : : : GO TO : : : THE DRUG GISTS. I. E. JONES, WRHER DRUGGIST The debate was closed by Howard Buttery who made a skillful rebuttal of the negative arguments, and proved himself a clever extemporaneous speaker. Y. M. C- A- NOTES. Phone 2- ** m Apr P- o. Next Sunday's meeting will be a song service for men in charge of W. B. Lindsay. This ought to prove a very interesting and profitable servioe. We invite every man to come next Sunday from 4 to 5 p. m. DIAMOND CEMENT—We find this the ibeet mender for chin* and glass, per bottle 10c Look out for wormy and old stock of Blow selling brands. The decision of the judges was two to one in favor of the negative. It is the opinion expressed by one of the judges adverse to Westfield, that the Westfield debaters had the better manner and style, but Lockport the force and depth of argument.NOW IS THE TIME FOR BARGAINS. RUBBER CEMENT—For mending all rubber ai tides 1° 15 ctB SPECIAL SOAP SALE—With every 60 cents worth of Colgates or assorted toilet soaps we give this week a 25 cent box of Rexatl Talcum Powder. FRIGES ON HATS GUT IN TWO. Children's Natural Wool Underwear at Cost to close out. SILVER SOAP—Easiest cleaner and does not scratch 10 ots The secretary is always glad to furnish letters of introduction to young men leaving town for places where there are Young Men's Christian Associations. This has been done in several instances and in other cases where the yonng men have failed to ask for letters, the secretary has written to the Association in tbe places where they were to locate, asking that they look np the young men in question and surround them, so far as possible, with helpful influences. LeP AGE'S GLUE—We hare used it for in makuig picture friiBM. U&©?u» *or mending furniture, or almost anything that s to be mended. Bottles 10 cts, half pts, 25 ct« pts 60 cts COLGATE'S ROSADORA SOAP—10 cents, 25 cents a box. Compares well with many soaps at 25 oents a cake. The Westfield guests were treated most courteously by the Lockport pupils and teachers, and all returned with most kindly feelings toward the victors. 5 and 10 per cent, off on Ladies' Underwear, Hosiery and other goods. A lot of Germantown at half price. at 5c per skein. PENCILS—Five gross of regular 5-oent pencils at 3 eents, 2 for 6 cemts, while they last. A small lot STAFFORD'S INDELIBLE INK—With maiking pad. Easy to use and most permanent 25°t8 GOLD WATCH FOR PASTOR. FRENCH DIMITY TABLETS—€0 sheets clear white, fabric effect paper, 10c. Envelopes to matoh, 10 ots. Gift Presented at 8t. Andrew's Methodist Chirth Christmas Festifal, TALLY CARDS and Program Pencils. A good assortment. A Christmas entertainment was held in St. Andrew's Methodist church last night, and the feature of the occasion was the presentation of a gold watch to Rev. D. D. Eaton, the pastor, as a token of the congregation's appreciation of his work since last April, when he took charge. References were made to the harmonious relations existing among the members and to E. J. MACOMBER, Westfield, N. Y. FRENCH CHAMBRAY PAPER by the pound 25 ots. a pound. Comes in two sizes. Envelopes to match 10 cts. Copies of onr official paper known as "Association Men" are being mailed to a number of onr citizens. We desire to increase the knowledge of the Association work in geueral, feeliDg sure that this knowledge will create an increased interest in the local work. THERMOMETERS—Easy reading, accurate 15 and 25 cts South Side, Main Street. LIQUOZONE—A new remedy for all diseases of germ origin. Literature on request.DAIRY THERMOMETERS—All glass or metal 25 cts CARRIAGE OWNERS BATH THERMOMETERS—Protected against possible breakage 25 and 35 cts REYALL LIVER PILl.S—Increasing sales and the satisfactory reports we hear shows this remedy to be one of the best of its kind. Full size box 15 cts. WEST PORTLAND CHURCH. CLINIC THERMOMETERS—With certificate of accuracy. Every family needs one 75 and $1.00 Wanting Carriage Painting would do well to have it done this time of year. 1 have the shop, the material and the experience necessary to do your work as it ought to be done. Carriages painted this time of the year will harden nicely by the time the roads are good. A portion of your patronage is respectfully solicited. the healthy condition of the church's fi The Rev. E. L. Tiffany, D. D., Temperance Evangelist, will preach next Sunday morning in the WeBt Portland Baptist church, setvice to oommenoe at 10:30. HESS' STOCK FOOD—We sell over a ton a year and it never gets stale on our hands. CHERRY JUICE-Nothing ever gave the satisfaction that this does for a cough cure. 26 and 45 cts a bottle. nances. Principal Martin L. Cox of the Thir teenth avenue school delivered a lecture 'on "Christ in Art and Song." Each of the Bnnday school pupils received a Christmas token, and Superintendent D. C. Crevelin*, the primary superintendents xnd some of the teachers were remember* ed.—Newark (N. J.) Evening News, Dec. 29. PHARMACISTS LICENSED BY EXAMINATION ALWAYS READY FOR YOUR 6:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 7:80 p. m. Junior O. E. Senior O. E. Preaching service. .. DRUG WANTS. .. T1H MIGHT 8SBTIOB. Prayer, Bible study io the Book of Epheuajia. Wednesday night at 7SO led by pastor. JOHN L. White, WESHREIXTSNT"* LAMB & COWAN, Druggists, vatneu, m York.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1904-01-13|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1904-01-13|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
|Rights||Digital image copyright 2012 by Patterson Library, Westfield, NY. All rights reserved.|