Westfield Republican, 1904-04-27
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CEI)£ toestfielb licptt biscuit VOL. L. WESTFIELD. CIIAnTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27. 190). NO. 7. school ! Take Vinol and be well and stroDg—your money refunded if it does you no Teachem Hired TRUSTEES MEETING I PITTS' DEPARTMENT I good—we sell it List of teachers hired for tin vi ar 1904-5. The Board met in their rooms, April 2'J at X a. 111. Meeting called to order t>v President Davis. Trustees present: Messrs. Pegler, Weaver, liigler, Harrington, Douglas, Moase and Crandail. 1'rof. I'reston K. Pattison,prin Prof. G, F. Dickson, asst pnu Prof. 1. M, Wright, science...... Miss M Winifred i'oles,English .. 050 Miss A. E. Uetschow, trn'g class.. 5">0 .Miss Miirv G Wood, 8th grade... 400 Miss A. E. Shultz, 7th tirade 300 Miss Phileua Marshall, Oth grade. 480 Miss Anna Howard, Oth grade.. . . 300 Miss E. Lou Fianois,4tli grade.... 300 Miss E. Pliear, 3rd and 4th grades 300 Miss Minnie Persons, 3rd grade.. 300 Miss Sarah Galloway, 2nd grade.. 360 Miss K. M. Hopkins, 2nd grade.. 300 Miss Jennie B. Wood, 1st grade.. 300 Miss Anna S. Ottaway, 1st grade.. 3ii0 Miss Rose Watson,Kindergarten.. 420 Miss liernice Jones, vocal music.. 220 The positions of language teacher, 3rd grade and assistant Kiudergarteuer are yet to be filled. si COO . 1000 <>oo LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE. Lhe minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Mr. liigler moved that the proposition ot Mr. F. 1'. \\ hicher, to collect unpaid tuxes tor 10 per cent of the amount collected be accepted. Carried. PHONE NO. HO S SPRING STOCK OF UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY Blue Vitriol for Spraying. We purchased a large quantity before the advance in price, and can save yon money by making purchases of us. Everybody knows how to use it, if not we will bo pleased to g.ve you the directions. Mr. Harrington moved that the clerk furnish Mr. Whicher a list of all back taxes and that he be instructed to proceed at once to collect same. Carried. Mr. Morse moved tliat the bill of William Norton be takeu from the table for discussion. Carried. Disinfectants We keep them all. It is a good thing to have a supply ou baud, in order to have perfect sanitary conditions about your premises. Bromo Chloralum, Phenol Sodique, Bromine,Carbolic Acid.Sulpb of Iron, Chloride of Lime. Kreso, and many other valuable disinfectants we keep constantly on hand. We have given away a large number of sample bottles of Kreso with the best of results following its use. Mr. Pegler muved that the clerk make a tender to William Norton in the amount of $;3 for services as special po lice, and iu full payment of his bill of Feb. 10, 11)04. Carried. lixllroail Aiciilvntu Mr. Morse moved that the matter of bori. g the cylinder to the large eugine at the ligut (ilaut be left with the electric hgni cuinmittee with power to act. Carried. We are ready to supply all Westfield with its Spring and Summer Outfit. Complete in every way. That is the paragraph which best'} expresses the idea oi this stock. It includes in the proper styles, sorts and rweights for the warm weather, Underwear and Hosiery for the people o( all ages, men, women and children We have exercised good judgment and extreme care in gathering only good kinds of each; and good quality at every price, is a prime consideration. Witch Hazel. Last Friilav a through freight ran into a freight that was taking a sitling iu the Lake Shore yaiils derailiug two cars and delaying traffic for some time. On Monday night while switching ears in the same yard a freight car was derailed. The track was cleared by the section men by Tuesday morning. We keep the celebrated Gould's Witch Hazel, triple distilled, the best in the world, for i he same price that is charged you for the poor stutV sold by most dealers. Why not make it unauim >u-< and gut the best. We sell nearly everybody their Witch Haz»l. Mr. Morse moved that the matter of purchasing tools for electric iiue work, as per statement of the electrician, be left with the electric light committee with power to act. Carried. Paint We sell the paint that wears twice as long as While Load when used alone and goes nearly twice as fur as the iuauy advertised PURE PAINTS that some unscrupulous dealers sell you. We seli the Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint. Cheini cally pure by analysis. Annual >1 t<'i tug <>l t lit- V I. S, Mr. Higler moved that the application of Tony Dolce, be acted upon favorably and that he be connected with the incandescent system. Carried. The officers of the V. I. S. are arranging for several entertainments and sale" during the season. The tirst, a rummage sale, to be given soon. Will housekeepers please hear this iu mind when looking after the spring cleaning and lay aside clothing, dishes, etc., that they are willing to donate. The society is confident that they will have the sup' port of old frieuds, and hope that'they have made many new ones during the ye ir that sufficient funds may be raised to continue the work begun in the fall at the cemetery. Floor Paints. Mr. Bigler moved that the matter of leasing the old reservoir lot for pasture for this year be let to the highest bidder. Carried. They dry quicker and harder than other paints, and will staud the We have all the popular shades. wear better, Varnishes... w umeu's sleeveless and wins; sleeve Vests at'10 and 15c. Women's Lisle \ ests, low ueek, high ueck, wing sleeve and no sleeve 25c. A full line of everything for all kinds of uses. We especially call attention to our Interior Varnish, which is the most beautiful of anything for this kind of work we know of. John Ortuer bid $1;$ and was declared the lessee Mr. Bigler moved that the clerk notify the J. C. A* Luke Erie R'y Co. to repair their crosswalks on South Portage street and Second street. Carried. Womep's long sleeve ami wing sleeve shaped with pants (to match at 25c. Our Great Wall Paper Closing Out Sale. Women's extra line silk Lisle Vests at 50c. Women's Union Suits at 50c. Mens' lhilhriggan Shirts ami Drawers, sizes .">2 to 12 at 25c. Mens' extra tiue Balliriggau Shirts ami Drawers all sizes ;!2 to 50 at 50c. Has attracted trade from a long distance the past two weeks. It is an opportunity to purchase the best papers cheap, that has ever been ottered in this vicinity. Prices are cut in two. We must have the room for our drug business. If you have papering to do, comc to us before making your purchases. We can save you about 50 per cent. Our 1001 papers are all in. Over GOO styles to select from. Whereas, The trustees of the village of Westtield on Dec. IS, 11)03, enacted ou ordinance extending the time of the Lake Erie Traction Co. to Dec. 10, 1004, to complete the construction of thenrailroad iu the village of Westtield: which ordinance was to be accepted on or before Dec. 31, 1903 and Mr. Pegler moved Iu view of the fact that perhaps some have not had an opportunity to join the association a committee has been appointed to arrange for a public meeting Saturday evening, the ;U)th, at 8 o'clock in the parlors of the Presbyterian church wlu,n all who wish to become members may do so and iu that way help ou the work. This is the annual meeting. It is hoped that all members will arrange to be present. Men's Union Suits at §1.00. Children's Sleeveless Vests at 10t Window Shades. Children's wing sleeve and long sleeve Vests, Is t.> II sizes Boys' Grey Shirts and Drawers at 25c. A new lot just came in last week from the manufacturer. A good all linen shade complete on rollers for 25c. We have a cheaper shade complete for 10c each. Better ones for H5 and 50c each. Whereas, The time for the accepting of said ordinance was extended to Feb. 1, 11)04 aud NEW WASH GOODS. White Curtain Poles complete at 10c each. Poles complete for 25c each. Oak, Cherry and Walnut Whereas, said Lake Erie Traction Co. has filed a certified copy of the acceptance of said ordinance, which acceptance bears date of Jau. 1(5, 11)04 aud Whereas, Said ordinance required that the bond mentioned therein be filed with the acceptance and at the same time, aud That will go quickly. Plain and Fancy Pique, Mercerized, Figured and Stripe Madras, Fancy Weaves with Mercerized and .Tacquard figures, Dotted Swisses, Swiss Muslin, Dimities, Muslins and Sateens. These and more, compose a grand collection of Seasonable Wash Stuff. Our store is so full of good things at money saving prices, that we have not space to tell you about them. The Senior* The class of 1004 is progressing splendidly. At present it boasts of twenty two members: Howard Buttery, president: Mabel Persons, vice president; Merle Anderson, secretary; Ueorgia Hiller treasurer; I va Abbott, Orville Cone, Bertha Meyer, Olive Morgeusteru, James Douglas, Kollin Beach, Grant Holtbouse, Alice Flakier, Dort Cameron, Bert Weaver, Edward M-Kale, Gustav Ossnian, Raymond It is a pleasure for us to show goods. Your patronage is always highly appreciated. M. A. LYON. I ii I piTTQ 21 22,23 Main stl J H« lj» 1 11 AO; Westfield, New York [ Whereas, Said bond has not been filed with the village of Westtield at this date, therefore be it Resolved, That the approval by this board of the acceptance of said Luke Erie Traction Co. |be deferred until said company lile with the village of Westfield the afore mentioned bond to be approved by the lioard of Trustees as to the sufficiency of the sureties thereon. Be it further HOUSEWIFERY Ball, Mabel McCray, Julia Clancy, Blanche Royce, lieddes Hough, Jennie Welch. At a recent meeting of the class, Dort Cameron was chosen for prophet, Howard Buttery, historian; (ieddes Hough, poet; aud Alice Flagler, musician. Merle Anderson was chosen for editor-in-chief of the class book, with James Douglas, Bertha Meyer and Olive Morgeustern for assistant editors. GO TO JOKES' PHARMACY Is un everyday matter that must be handled with care andj'good judgment. Else many are the Bakings and Meals offered. So then in selecting your different ingredients, be careful to get the most for your money, and strictly pure materials Resolved, That the time for filing said bond and acceptance, be and is hereby extended to July 1, 1904. Car poor ried Mr. W. E Carroll representing the South Shore Natural|Gas <te Fuel Co., appeared before the board in behalf of his company and asked for a franchise in the village. For pure Fresh Druqs and Druggists Sundries. Our The average of the standings gave Howard Buttery the valedictory, with an average of 93.12 per cent. Merle Anderson was second with an average of 90.34- 14 29 per cent, which entitles him to be salutatorian. Other noticeably good averages were Raymond Ball, 90.1-3 per cent, and Gustav Ossman 90,14 per cent. The class of 1905 gave the Seniors a very pleaiant reception last Friday evening at the K. of P. Hall. The evening was spent in dancing. Light refreshments were served at 4 p. m., and afterward, dancing was continued till about midnight. The Seniors have formed a decidedly good opinion of the Juniors as hosts. stock is always complete, nothing too good for our trade. Agent for Allegrette's Candies. No I Offer such Groceries as Cannot be Questioned Mr. Douglas moved to lay the matter on the table. The motion was lost. After considerable discussion upon the proposition, Mr. Douglas again moved to lay the matter on the table until the next meeting. Carried. better made . . . No 1 Main St. Westfield, H. Y. Flour, Purity Blend Coffee, Faxon, Williams & Faxon's Oolong and Green Teas, Cream Crackers, Sweet Cakes and Bread. Maple Syrup and Sugar (made from maple.tree sap only.) Fine Olives, Sweet Pickles, Sour Pickles, Chow Chow, Salt and Canned Fish, and everything you will need in Mr. Douglas moved that the President appoint a committee of three to re-draft a franchise to be submitted to the South Shore Natural Gas and Fuel Co. Carried. The following bills were audited by the finance committee: Robert Neill, labor... St Corn's reports,.... Clyde Green, stone.. W. U. Smith, supplies C. L. GOETZ $ 1 50 O TJ S E W IPBR Y The clase are preparing a play "Josiah's Courtship," which they intend lo give the latter part of May. It is an exceedingly, up-to date, bright, witty production, full of laughable incidents and ludicrous situations. The cast is not yet fully arranged, but will be completed soon. This play promises to be a jood one, and the people of Westtield should honor it with their patronage. 124 80 6 00 12 00 201 00 1 15 127 84 Clothier and Furnisher. Munville Plow Co. Tile Westinghouse Electric Co. sup. JR Fay, coal Westfield Lumber & Coal Co. supplies 22 23 J. N. Bowers, health physician 45 00 T. L. Barker, paid treiRht bills 1 <i(» H. W. Gibbs & Co. supplies.. 7 70 On motion of Mr. Pegler the bills were allowed and orders drawn for the PEGLER'S GROCERY I have one of the Finest Lines of Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suits ever shown in Westfield. All I ask is for you to Call and Look over the Goods and you will be Convinced. 31 Main Street. 'Phone No. 9. Westfield, N. Y. Death of Mrs. Hilln The many friends of Mrs. Parthenia Hills, widow of the late Christopher Hills, were pained on last Wednesday, April 20th, 1904, to hear of her death, which occurred that afternoon at the residence of her grandson,Charles Hills, just west of this village, aged 90 years, after an illness of only three weeks. Mrs.Hills was the daughter of Charles and Abigail Forsyth an if was born at Forsyth, N. Y., on Feb. 13th, 1814. She. was married to Christopher Hills in 1843 and to them was born one son, Julius, who died in 1872. Mrs. Hills has been a resident of this town during her whole life, and was a remarkable woman in many ways. She was strong and active, a devoted wife and mother, ami a kind, helpful neighbor and friend. Shu was always ready and willing at a moment's notice to assist those in sickness or trouble of any kind. She was greatly beloved by those who knew her true worth and will be sincerely mourned by a large circle of friends. She leaves one sister, Mrs. Jane Durkee of Crookeston, Minn., and a grandson, Charles Hills of this place, with whom she made her home, to mourn their loss. amounts. Mr. Morse moved that exempt certificates for firemen, be granted J. L. Waterman and Henry Cady for five years and William Usborne for 31 years. Carried. LA M B& COWAN. THE BUSY DRUGGISTS. QUICK DELIVERY. The president appointed Messrs. S. C. Crandall, C. F. Bigler and J. R. Douglas as the committee to draft a franchise for the South Shore Gas Co. On motion adjourned. T. L. Barker, Clerk. PHONE 2. Camera and Photographic Supplies. Rexall Tooth Powder. We li ive Seeds, Eastman, Stanley, Lovell find American Plates. Flash Light Sheets, Films unci Developers. Everything in tlri.s line is fresh, which is j;iit(i necessary for good results. Preserves the teeth, makes filling stay in longer and cures receding gums. It is perfectly antiseptic. Small Illuze. Our Fire Department was called out Saturday afternoon by a tire at the Shadyhurst. The tire caught from a defective chimney and was between the ceiling and the root of the room directly over the kitchen. The department responded promptly and the tire whs quickly extinguished. The damage wns aoout*$200. Carnation Cream Rexall Spring Tonic. Superior emollient for Roughness of the Skin and Chapped Hands. It will not leave the skin greasy. pm % Cutes Eruptions, Skin Diseases, Car- Vmucle BciN. Pimples, Blotches and Salt Rheum, SI.DO size 75c. •>* An Invitntiiiu Rexall Cold Cream The Young Women's Christian Association cordially invites its triends to join with it in celebrating its tenth birthday at the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening, May 4.Beginning at eight o'clock a short program will be given in the audience room followed by a social with light refreshments in the church parlors. Gentlemen especially invited. No collection will be taken nor subscription asked. Rexall Candy Laxative. Promotes digestion, improves the complexion, produces activity of the stomach, liver and kidneys, purely vegetable.Skin Food iu 10, 25 and :35c jars. It is even superior to much more expensive Skin Food. A small jar'will convince vou of this fact. The funeral was held on Friday afternoon and was largely attended. Rev. Horace McKinney officiated. The interment was in Westfiehl cemetery. Thus are the early settlers fast passing from our midst, three having beeu called home during the past week. Boys' Suits from $1.50 to $6.50. Men's Suits from $5 to $20. Youths' Suits from $4.50 to $10. Just received a large shipment of Neckwear, Shirts, and Hosiery for Spring Wear. KODAK AGENCY. C. L. GOETZ, Westfield, N. Y.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1904-04-27|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1904-04-27|
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Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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