Westfield Republican, 1904-08-17
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@l)c toestfielb UcpuOlicoit VOL. L. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17. 1904. NO. 23, KT'Findinp; out what is best before placing an order for good* is what has made our rtore the reliable Drug Store of Westtield. We sell only the best aiul charge you the leaet. ' We never substitute VILLAGE BOARD MEETING A TERRIBLE CALAMITY! I he Board met in their rooms Aug.1-th This >illage »»# Vhiteil !>>■ h l>l*H8troii« l ire WeilurMlity ev«*iiiiijj PITTAS' DEPARTMENT * * ' I VOMN CENTRAL L I \J 1 1 o DRUG STORE. chair. Trustee? present Messrs I'epler, Douglas, Crandall and Higler. * "niplelely Destroyed, u Tliiril Diiiiin- Two llmiNes Bed itn<l a Child Iturneil to Death Mr. F.igler offered the following :is a Westtield was visited by a tragedy last Wednesday evening the like of which has never occurred in the history of this town, when the two-year old > i of Leonardo resolution PI IONE NO. >SO Resolved, I hat the services of Warren D. Smith as electrician he dispensed with it din e and notice be served upon him by NEW FALL Smunit'iJit-diciiies—R<medic- that should be kept in the hou~.;-: Pure Blackberry Brandy 50c pint. Blackberry Cordial 25 and 50c bottles. Our own Cholera Mixture• z">c bottle. Our own Essence Jamaica (iii>K»*r '25c bottle, Coopers' Magnetic Bairn 25c bottle. Chamberlain's Pain Balm 25c bottle. Fosgate's Anodyne Cordial 25c bottle. Alien s Foot Face for tired feet 25c a box. Excelsior Digestive Tablets, the sure cure for Dyspepsia 10c du/.en. Best Triple Distilled Witch Htzel 25c pint. Beagatn was burned to death in a lire on , near the Nic kel Plate railroad the village clerk Cass street I (ion motion the resolution was carried. The following bills were audited bv the tr.u ks OUTINGS A Beagato lived in the second story of the house owned by Jatnes Ciminello, who occupied the first floor. About nine o'clock whi e Ins wife, who arrived home late from the Canning factory, was preparing supper, Beagato went to the Italian store two houses above to settle his grocerv bill. An altercation ensued over a difference of fifteen cents with the account of the storekeeper. Mrs. I'.eagato was called upon to assist in settling the disputed question. She immediately locked the door and went over to the store. A short time after she had gone the family that lived below heard the cries of the child which was left in the room above them. Suspecting something was wrong they went up and found the door locked with smoke comiug out of the cracks. The door was smashed in but the fire had gained such headway that they could not rescue the child. The tire spread so rapidly after that, that they were unable to rescue their goods, and lost everything. Lewis Cimminello, a brother of the owner of the house, who boarded with them lost all his clothes and $40 in cash. The loss on the house alone was about $t>00. N D Household Necessities—Strong Household Ammonia, full pints 10c. Stove Enamel, makes a stove look like new. will not burn •If. 15c package. Jelly Glasses with covers 20c dozen, (iold Taint for Radiators. Picture Frames, etc. can be washed without damage 25c. Aluminum Enamel for Badiators, will not burn off 15c. Black Asplialtum for Badiators, durable and desirable for all kinds of iron work. finance committee: H \V t > ibbs A: Co W'esttield Lumber A Coal Co J T Kinlay C F Bigler, supplies C \\ Pierce, lab ir W'estinghouse Elec Mfg Co H \\ Thompson, ptg S F Havward & Co J K Fay (' Swariz, ctg M A Lyon 1 L Darker, pd frt Street Com report John [tollman, labor ().ol PERCALES. Sticky Fly Paper—Catches the then ami kills the gorms. Two double sheet.- for Poison Fly Paper—Eight sheets for 5c. •J.10 1.50 Soaps—White Castile, Honey: Glycerine, Oatmeal, Elder Flower and Uncle Sam's Tar Soap at 5c per cake. t>2.25 15.00 Over twenty kinds of popular soups at 10c For the host Toilet Soups, wo have Roger and Oallet's Violet Soap, Rickseoker's Skin Soap, Pear's Soaps, Woodbury's Soap, Resinol ■S jap, Cashmere Roquet Soap, etc. ti.OO 79.02 I he influx of new Fall goods has begun. Something Talcum Powders—Wo have a Talcum Powder equally a- Rood as Mention's for 10c 1.50 new every clay Our best Talcum Powder is UioksecKer's Yialet, either pink or whit ing its equal. Price 25c. There is noth- ; !H> I US Paratine for your Fruit Cans and Jellies in any quantity you want. 10, 2(. worth. Mixed Spies for Pickles, just right to give them that "elegant tlavor. or *1.00 211 85 j£ 1 case uew Fall Oiiti' ,i •"<'> in. full Percale 12 \ New IVrcalr at in,' Canning Season Necessities. C;i!i rubber, per dozen 5c. Lin top Jelly Glasses, per doz-.u Crystalized Ginger adds a delightful tlavor to preserved or pickled pears especialy tine. Ours is 1 50 <'n im tion Mr. Crandall the bills were allowed and orders drawn for the amounts. Mr. Bigler offered the following: Resolved, That riding bicvcles on anv of tlie sidewalks in the corporation is Confectionery—Callier's Swiss Milk Chocolates are the purest chocolates made. A fresh lot just received. Lowuey's Chocolates and Bon Rons. always fitsh and always popular. Special prices on a large lint of Photograph Card Mounts. You will save money by coming to us for tliem. tier tumbler.*, per dozen L'se, 1 <(t. Tin preserving Kettles 10c. 1 qi. Tin Stew PaUS at loc. •2 qt. Tin Stew Pans at 10c 'it. white enamel stew Crowding Out End of-Season M. A. LYON. strictly prohibited under a penally of $5 for each oflense and any officer is authorized by law to sieze and hold the wheel until the fine is paid. Goods. Its low price time uow for everybody who wants end-ofseason goods. This concerns what remains of Wash Goods. Waists, Dressing Sacques, Men's Negligee Shirts, Summer Underwear and Hammocks suitable for summer or early fall use. paua The resolution was adopted White enamel basins and mixing bowls, all sizes. 23c to 75e. 5 qt. granite preserve kettles at I is Per Cent. I I Off on all Porch I I Furniture, Lawn I I Swings and Re= I I frigerators. We I ■ need the room.... I I JAHES E. HALL. I Mr. C'randall moved that "Jo notices regarding bicycle riding be procured and posted. Carried. Mr. I'egler moved that the matter of running the electric lights all night be left with the electric light committee with power to act. Carried. 8 (|t. granite preserve kettles at fiOe The second houBe which caught from this was owned by Htephen liiontalillo and was entirely destroyed with alt its con- The house cost about $t>00. August Economy on Crockery. Piain white poreeUin chambers 10c. Men's, Womens' and Children's -Mr. Crandall moved that the village constable be on duty as village police .Saturday nights between the hours of 7 p. m. and 5 a. m. at a salary of #2 per night. tents. Hosiery. I lain white unbundled tea cups with saucers, per set 25 o. the third house to catch lire was owned by J ariies Disparte and was only partly destroyed, the tlremeu succeeding in extinguishing the tire. All the furniture was saved, but considerable datuage was done to the building. There was no insurance on any of the buildings or their We carry in stock at all times complete assortments of the best Hosiery obtainable at any of the various prices we quote. Plain white handled cotlVo cups with saucers, set 40c. Carried The minutes were read and On motion adjourned. approved Plain white dinner plates, per dozen 50e. T. L. Bahkek. Clerk. Girls fine ribbed hose at 10c, 2 for 25c and 25c boys' heavy and wide ribbed hose 2 for 25c. 25c Womens' fine guage hose at lUc, 2 for 25c. 28 and 50c womens' split foot hose 2 for 25c. 25c womens' lace stripe fancies at 25c. 50 men's grey mix sox at 5 and 10c. Men's black sox at 10c, 3 for 25c. 25 Decorated cups and saucers 15c 100 piece set decorated puree lain ware $7 75. SMALL FIRE Our firemen were called out at about 11 o'clock Friday morning by a tire at the residence of James Curry on 1'earl street. The root caught tire from a spark from the chimney. The tiremen made a good run, but the tire was extinguished before they reached it. No particular damage contents 10 piece decorated sets #2. NO. The grief of the mother of the child that was burned, was terrible, and it took several men to keep her from rushing into the burning building, and meeting instant death. The body of the little child was found the next morning and the funeral was held on Fridav. chamber Decorated cuspidores aud jardinieres 10c. (told baud plates and cups and saucers 10c. Souvenir vases at 10c. \\ ►'sttield light house souvenirs at 10c. was done, The firemen responded promptly, but thfre was 110 water main in this district, and it required over 1,000 feet of liose to reach the tire from the hydrant on the corner of Jefferson and Cass streets, and they were further handicapped on account of mud in the pipes, caused by the recent repairs in that part of the town. This tire has demonstrated the necsssity of the extension of the water mains in that section of the town as considerable property could have been saved, if the water had been at hand. men's split foot sox 25c. A iirave Woman Mrs. John (Joolev of this place has proved herself to be a womau of courage. Last Thursday afternoon she single handed and alone killed a large black snake, five feet and eight inches long, in the blackberry patch of W. A. Knowlton, who lives just south west of this village. HI PTTTQ 22, 23 Main St, ■ " llllOj Westfield, New York '1 he firm of Evans and Yarnum, proprietors of the Minton House, has been dis- NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION GO TO JONES' PHARMACY Always BUSY LAMB & COWAN FRESH GOODS solved. The origin of the lire is a mystery, but it is supposed that the lamp must have exploded. Mr. Varnum has purchased Mr. Evan's interest and will continue the business at the old stand. Mr. Evans will devote his entire attention to his law practice. ...THE DRUGGISTS... A subscription paper is being circulated for the benefit of the sufferers and a considerable sum of money has already been subscribed to this worthy cause by our cit- For pure Fresh Druqs and Druggists Sundries. Our stock is always complete, nothing too good for our trade. Agent for Alfegrette's Candies. No WESTFIELD ROD AND GUN CLUB. Out of a possible 25 the following scores were made at the shoot Aug. 12th. W F Hopper 22 R R Thompson F W Johnston 16 L W Clark Clifford Davis Fred McCJarrell IS J D Davis— 13 Lem McGarrell W M Douglas 12 Fred Jones 4 H C Wilson 3 PHONE 2. Opp. Postoffice. izens Notice better made MIXED SPICES—That are mixed in the proper proportion for piokles 40c pound. We have all the spices in any quantity. FLY PAPER—2 double tanglefoot for 5c. 8 sheets for 5c. sheets of of poison I desire your patronage when in need of electric light wiring, bells, burglar alarms etc. I am also prepared to aid unfortuuate automobilists. W. D. Smith, No. 1 Main St. Westfield, N. Y. REX ALL Tooth Wash cleanses and preserves the teeth, removes all tartar, keeps the gums healthy and does not contain anything injurious. Agent for Rumsey Gas Engines. REXALL Mucu-Tone for Catarrh- It acta constitutionally on all the membranes of the body. No matter where the catarrhal condition exists Mucu Tone reaches it. $1.00 bottles 89c. school Officers. The following are the school officers of the different districts, who were elected at the annual school meetings held on Aug. 2nd, 1904: FRESH KODAK supplies, paper films, developers and flash-lights. We are agents for the Eastman Kodak Co. REXALL Kidney Pills in creose the circulation of the kidneys wbich affords increased nourishment. Every box guaranteed. 50c size 35c. REXALL Quick Relief taken internally. It relieves pain instantly, it cures pains in the stomach, chills and cramps. Try a bottle of Red Raven Splits. Special Election The Board met at Fireman's Hall, Ang. 16, at 10 a. m. Trustees present: Messrs. Crandall, Bigler, Douglas and Harrington.District No. 2, Sherman and Westtield: Trustee, William Fink; clerk, Henry E. Scheller; collector, Thomas McElroy. M A V K YOU District No. 3: Trustee, W. A. Knowlton; collector, John Rogers; clerk, Marion Jillson. Seen the Kemp Manure Spreader ? Every Farmer Y. W. C. A. NOTES Excursion to Chautauqua Lake for IllumU In the absence of President Davis, Trustee Crandall was elected president ■ated Fleet, District No. 4: Trustee, Jay Barber; collector, G. H. Barber; clerk, M. C. Dailejr. should have one. It spreads Manure while you ride. In spite of picnics, trolley rides, excursions and other counter attractions, the interest in our meetings has been well sustained during the summer. The musical evenings are especially enjoyable with always some extra fun thrown in. We hope for a large attendance this week, as oar directress has promised some new music which requires a full chorus. The rooms ought to be filled on Sunday afternoons also. A good leader is always provided. Girls, you need this meeting. Come. The J., C. A L. E. Ry.,. trolley company connecting, will run an excursion to Chautauqua Lake this week Friday, Aug. 19th. at the very low rate of 60 cents for the round trip from Westfield, leaving Main street station at 7:28 p. m. to Point Ohantanqua,at which point one of the large steamers will be taken and will illuminate and be a part of the fleet returning to Westfield about 11 o'olock. This will afford the best of an opportunity to see this great annual demonstration for which Chautauqua has been noted. The trolley line will connect back to Ripley and North East by special car. pro tern. The proposition to authorize the Board of Water Commissioners to spend $4,500 over the sum of $1,000 allowed by law, received 35 votes for and 5 votes against. One ballot spoiled. Total ballots cast 41. 8am»el C. Crandall, cur. eight, twelve or sixteen loads per acre. District No. 5: Trustee, John Herran; collector, Henry Morse; clerk, Mrs. Grant sample always on hand. For sale by Hover. District No. 6, West field and Portland: Trustee, Karl Marquadt; collector, S. F. Holbrook; clerk, W. W.Meeder librarian, Mrs. J. K. Holbrook. 0 C. F. BIGLER, * Pres. pro tern. J. R. Douglas, M. L. Harrington, G. H. Pegler. Corner Meat Market or East Main Street. District No. 7: Trustee, Charles Lehman; collector, B. P. Uolcomb; clerk, Mrs, E. B. Hewes. WESTFIELDl BAND. Citizens who have patronized entertainments given by the band wonder why it is that the band do not give open air concerts occasionally during the summer months. It certainly would be more pleasant to play in the open air than in a hot, stuffy room. No doubt the boys feel that they ought to have a band stand which waa promised then two years ago by the vil| iage trustees. They ought to have it. We have nothing but best wishes for our band boys, but would like a little music occasionallyWe regret to lose from our association two faithful members, Misses Hannah Jones and Hannah Vedin. They left last Monday for Rockford, 111.,where they expect to make their home in the future. Dist. No. 8,We8tfield and Ripley: Trustee, C. H. Meeder; collector, Leroy Abby; clerk, B. F. Gossett. The Little Store I Opeu Air Meeting. The Y. P. 8. C. E. of the West Portland Baptist will hold their open air meeting on the lawn at Earl Raynor's on the South Road Friday night at 8 o'clock. District No. 9: Trustee, W. C. Post; collector, W. H. Miniger; clerk, F. A. Colegrove. Closing out all Summer Goods Cheap. Bargain time, Call on Us. New Fall Hosiery for Boys', Misses and Children at Low Prices. It is Arrangements are being made for a moonlight outing next Tuesday evening, Aug, 23rd. All members are invited to join our party. Those who wished to ge are aaked to please give their names to Mrs. Demcott or the acting secretary not later than next Saturday evening. -Reserved seats without extra charge, but no half fare. District No. 10: Trustee, John Taylor; clerk, Melvin Johnson. SPECIAL EXCURSION FOR GRANGE District No. 11: OAY. District No. 12: Trustee,Reuben Oaks; collector, William McDonnell; clerk, George W. Jones. District No. 13: To Chautauqua Saturday, Aug. 20th, for 65 cents including boat from Point Chautauqua to Assembly good on any train going or ooming on the 3., C. kH E.JBy., Main) street station. Trolley oars connect with all trains Citizew. E. J . MA C O M B K —Witch, clock and jewelry* repairing work guaranteed. L. Wises. —Pigs for aale. F. A. Pratt, West Portiaad. Smith SM« Main Street. WESTFIELB, N. T.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1904-08-17|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1904-08-17|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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