Westfield Republican, 1904-08-24
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®I)C toesttidi) Kip lib lie tut VOL. L. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 24. 190-1. NO. 23 ®KfT*C*mimigu T?iittons, 5c each—Take your choice Par' ker or Roosevelt PUBLIC HEARING A Republican Pole w«* Kalnptl at John POLE RAISING SBBSEi&aiaBa LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE. It No>v Look* :;n if » Franchise Would lie PITTS' DEPARTMENT ■ 1 1 I O .STORE. Friday a public hearing on the application of the Buffalo, Dunkirk <V Western Railroad company for a franchise in the village of Westtield was held in the trus- 4< rant ed to tile ».,!> hikI \V KohiI. Taylor's on Tuesday Afternoon ainid Great Knilundaimi I he tirst foimal Republican pole raising in Chautauqua County occurred at the home ot John Taylor on the Lake road yesterday. There was a large mimbt r of enthusiastic Republicans present. PI IONE NO. SO tees' room. The company was represented by J. VV. Holcomb and H. J. Latimer. EARLY FALL HATS FOR WOMEN 1 lie construction company was represented by H. E. Klythe. Owing to the absence of the president and clerk, Trustee Bigler was elected president pro tem and Samuel Crandall secretary pro tem. '1 he pole was of piue and towered sixty live feet in the air when set in the ground. It was painted white with a ball on the HAMMOCKS—Jlint a few left, and Roing at a special price. The weather prophets predict a warm fall, which will afford an opportunity for their use a long time vet. ELECTRIC HAT PASTE—Will kill all the rats and mice on your premises in a hort time. Thev will not die in the house. top U. S. SILVE3 POLISH -Is a paste polish just rub it on and wipe it off a dry cloth, and your silver will look like new. Price 10c. At 2:o0 the ceremonies couitueneed after the band wagon had arrived containing Bloomers l>ruui Corps and the principal participants. Following (he setting of the pole the stars and stripes and a Roosevelt banner were hoisted to the peak amidst the inspiring of the Star Spangled Banner. Speaker S. F. Nixon, made the address. Following a few introductory remarks he said he did not believe a man should be a Republican because his father or grandfather was. He with J. \V. Holcomb presented a franchise which was neArlv the same as that granted A C. Wade <V Co. some time ago. Liquid Veneer, puts a polish on your Piano and all kinds of wood work. It removes spots and stains and makes everything look like new. Sample bottles at 5c each. STATIONERY—24 sheits of Note Paper and oue pack of envelopes in a package all for 10c. Just half price. Can you afford to miss this offer. 1 he 8eutiinent of those present was in favor of graining a franchise. S. F. Nixon advocated granting a franchise without t >o many restrictions. He has had experience in running a trolley and believed the company should be allowed to charge The latest tiling in Box papsrs are Venetian Note. Mexican Hand Made. Louis XV. Hand Made IJeckle Edge. Old Heidelberg, Loubre Wallet and Old Chester. lioyal Percale af 25c per pound is the winner. Envelopes to match at 10c a pack. BAllOAIN IN ENVELOPES—10c envelopes for 5c. Owing to a double shipment from the factory in Massachusetts, rather than to have them returned, a concession was male in the price, from which our customers receive the benetit. a reasonable tare 10 expenses of the road and interest on the bonds. Ihe Millinery department has received its first invoice of new Fall CALIFORNIA POUT WINE—Is recognized as the best native wine for medicinal u-<e. We have just received a la,-ge shipment and have been given the special quantity rate, which gives us the opportunity to Jotl'er you the $1.00 bottles for 50c i ach. Just half price. We have also purchased a quantity of Xlie Green River Whiskey, "Bred in Old Kentucky" which it used in the best lospitals in the United States and by physicians for medicinal purposes everywhere. MIXED SPICES—Ours are fresli and just right to make your pickles what they should be. Hilts Th(> sh:,l"' Is ('f course in tin- autumn style, and the colors we James Taylor believed that the com said that he was open to conviction himself and if he did not believe in the principles of the Republican parly and did believe with the Democratic he would cast his vote with the latter. The Republican party he said stood for progress and support of which, he pointed to the Rurhl Mail System as one of the ideas of the Republican party. Mr. Nixon then compared the administrations of the two parties since ImIU and demonstrated the superiority of the Republican rule to that of the Democrats by the prosperity of their administrations. In reference to Mr. I'arker he said he showed no bravery as it has been heralded by the Democrats, in declining to run with the money question as an issue for he was already nominated. He declared that there would have been another candidate lor the presidency if hejiad come out bravely and told where he stood before the nomination. All the New York papers such as the World which he said were a great pauy should he tied with a franchise so that thty could not damage the streets or ehittly brown, back and Navv Hint I hey are Hats that will serve well for general wear, and take the adj..tiling property Jellies covered with par alii lie keep almost an indefinite period paraftine in any quantity you want. sell vou D. K. Falvay, former president of the village, said he had changed his mind on some points in regard to trolleys. The line west of the village was greatly appreciated by people along the line and had increased the value of property. He believed that everything that the trustees expected to get in the future should be put in the franchise. He was in favor of granting the frauchise at once, as it would help the company to sell their bonds. place of the straw hat that is probably soiled, or which you will be glad to HEADACHES are quickly cured by using our headache Wafers or Analgino Tablets. Perfectly safe and sure. Come to us for vour drugs and get the right things at the right prices. WE NEVEli SUBSTITUTE. change. The prices range from #1.00 to #2.75, M. A. LYON. SOME DEEP PRICE CUTS FOR THE LAST OF AUGUST. Some are round up lots trom our own regular Summer Stocks. Others are similar lots of makers of repute Ail are bargains of tue most rl THIS WEEK'S ll 1 BARGAINS I Kg p 46 inch Dining Table, 8 feet long, | jji |11 jj Quartered Oak, Polished, beautifully | |9j I | ffi 1 s„o O j I B We bought all the factory had in jg m iS | stock, but there are only a few of i H I j JAHES E. HALL. J I Bounced type—good, seasonable, stylish goods, for folks of all ages walks of life, and all at emphatic savings. Price details follow: pro- After discussing the roadbed, fare, kind of rails, etc., an adjournment was taken until Monday, Aug. 29, when a franchise will be granted, as there seems to be no 1 dozen Women's Waists' ranging in price from §1.00 to s| j:, at half serious objection to it llalf dozen Women's Dressing Sac-pies reduced from sl.00 to 50c Vital .Stnt'stics .r) dozen Misses Lace Stripe Hose. :;s,. quality at three for sl.no The following vital statistics were recorded in the l'own Clerk's otlice during One only Womeu's White Pattern Waist, embroidered front, red iced the month of July: Births,10; marriages, li; and deaths, I. from SI..'iS to 75c, power in politics would have been against him. Three dozen Women's 25e top Oolla t 10c Three dozen fancy Pillow Covers reduced from 25 and 50c to 15 GRANGE PICNIC Mr. Nixon made mention of the Republicanism of the State, what it had accom. plished, how they helped the weaker Five pieces 15 and ISe Wash Goods at 7',c '1 here will be a grange picnic son's beach, Kipley.N . Y.,ou August L'Tth Hou. K 1!. Noiiis will speak ami Taylor's orchestra will furnish music. All come and bring well tilled lunch baskets and ill Mil" Three pieces cotton Duck Suiting reduced from 25c to 15c farming districts puv the tuition of eouutry boys and girls who desired to go to High Schools. It was the Republican party he stated who did ,most to put the Five dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, SI.00 and SI.25 quality .it liUc. One loi Men's 15o linen Colars at 5c Can llnlibers, pel'dozen fie. have a pleasant outing. Conveyances will meet all trollt-y cars at Short man's corn- Tin top Jelly Glasses, per dozen lii burden of taxation oti the big corporations and lightened the load on the backs HOUSE BURNED. Speaking on national questions again I « made the statement that today England paid more tariff than the I'nited States. He said that Mr. Parker admitted that if he was elected he could not promise to accomplish anything because there would be a Republican Senate. It was the Republican party he aflirmed which largely placed the I'nited States on a sound financial standing with the other countries. Enemies he reiterated, made attacks on Roesevelt as being unsafe. He said he defied anyone to name any single deed of Roosevelt's which the country was ashamed or which ought not to have been done. In the Spanish-American war he asked if the Democrats were in power whether they would have abandoned the Philip, pine islands after they had conquered them. He said he doubted if they would. One great point he laid stress upon was that you always know where the Grand Old Party stands. The great principles of the party from I860 were all reincorporated in every campaign up to last June. of the fartuere The Tracy house at Barcelona, owned by J) ii. Beadle, was discovered on tire Monday night at about 9:,'50 o'clock. It was totally destroyed, being out of reach of the water system. The house had been occupied by Sam Irwin, but he moved out about a week ago. The house was valued at about f 1,000 with an insurance of $500 The origin of the fire is unkown, but it is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary.HI P1TTQ 21 22,23 Main st• XlllOj Westfield, New York A <;raii<l Concert GO TO JONES' PHARMACY The large audience that gathered at the M. E.church last Sunday evening enjoyed a very exceptional privilege. The occasion was a sacred concert given by Misses Lillie Mai Welker of New York, Helena Wade of Montbrook, Florida, and Edna M. Banker of Rochester, N. Y., under the direction of the renowned vocalist, Mme. Evans of New York City. For pure Fresh Druqs and Druggists Sundries. Our stock is always complete, nothing too good for our trade. Agent for Allegrette's Candies. No Always BUSY LAMB & COWAN FRESH ...THE DRUGGISTS... GOODS better made The Chautauqua vesper service waB interspersed with the following program: No. 1 Main St. Westfield, K. T. PHONE 2. Opp. Postoffice. Trio (a) To Thee O Dear Country. (b) It Shall Come to Pass at Eventide- In closing he said that the enthusiasm shown by Mr. Taylor was the right kind. He wished that there might be many gatherings of its kind. Taken from oratorio of The Holy City Gaul by Misses Welker.Wade and Bunker. Duet Jesus Lover of My Senl Lassen Misses Wade and Banker, Soprano Solo Tbe*e are They Taken lrom Tbe Holy City DRUGS New Skin Liquid Court Plaster 10c, "paint it with new skiu and forget it." Never Shed Lather Brushes 25c. Bay Rum Shaving Stick 25c. Pears' Soap 15c. After prolonged applause Bloomer's Band played again and three cheers and a tiger were given for Roosevelt & Fairbanks and another for Mr. Taylor and Mr. Nixon. Siil Hepatica for biliouauess, bottle 25c. Gaul ...Miss Welker. Whitney Coombs. Sterling Digestive Tablets, 50 for 25c. Charcoal Tablets, per oz. 5c. Bismuth and Charcoal Tablets, oz. 10c Slippery Elm Tablets, oz. 5c. REXALL DEPARTMENT Rexall Tooth Ache Drops 10c. Rexall Kidney Pills 35c. Rexall Pile Ointment 25c. Rexall Hypophosphites, pints 75c. Rexall Toothache Wax 10c. Rexall Blackberry Cordial 25c. Rexall Throat Gargle 25c. STATIONERY GOODS. Contralto Solo Galilee Miss Hanker. D«et The Lord is My Shepherd Smart Trio The Lost Chord Sullivan ... Misses Welker, Wade and Hanker. Pocket Surgeon's Adhesive Plaster, box 5c. Refreshments of ice creatu and cake were then served on the lawn. I CAN'T TELL YOD The soio work was of exceptional excel- PHOTOGRAPH GOODS, lence The high tones of the soprano were struck with a vibrancy of tone most charming, while the audience discovered in Miss Banker a contralto of rare ability. In the trio singing there wns a beautiful blending of voices that seemed to touch the deeper spiritual emotions with the quietude of true and eloquent worship. We are certainly grateful to these young, ladies for this treat and hope to have the privilege of hearing them again. Miss Bond of Mayville presided at the organ. THE COUNTY INSTITUTE Card Mounts, 4x5, dozen 10c. Identically same mounts are sold elsewhere for 15c a dozen. School Commissioner W. H. Holcomb of Fredonia has received a telegram from State Commissioner A. 8. Downing fixing Sept. l'2th as the date for beginning the County Institute which will continue for one week. The Chautauqua Assembly officials have kindly offered the use of their grounds and teachers may expect one of the most enjoyable institutes ever held in Chautauqua county. Commissioners Holcomb, Marshall and Wright deserve the thanks of all who attend because of the pleasant arrangements they have made. BluePrint Paper 31x31 or 3;x4j, 2o sheets for lfic. You'll have too come and see what a Car of Buggies, Lumer and Spring Wagons I have just received. Rubber Tire Goods at Cut Prices. fine Non-Curling Film, all sizes and very fresh stock. N«w Non-Abrasion Velox Developer. Develops glossy Velox without streaks, per bottle 25c. SUNDRIES. Cardinal Tablets, 120 sheets writing paper 5c. Cardinal Fabric Tablet, bull', grey or white 10c. good Mustard Plasters, fresh, 5c. Eagle Condensed Milk, 20c. Passe Partout Binding, all colors, 12 yard rolls 10c. C. F. B I GUK H, Envelopes to match, pack 10c. Dennison's Tube Liquid Glue 10c. Dennison's Tube Paste oc. Easy Writer Pens, best medium pen, dozen 10c. Mme Von Klenner has received international recognition for her work. As a vocalist the highest award was given her at the Paris Exposition in 1900. This is unique from several standpoints. It was the first time that vocal music has been so recognized, but that the award should be given a woman—an American woman—by a board of international judges, which means men capable of deciding such an issue, from France, Holland, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Russia, England, etc., makes the event something at which to marvel. She is the only authorized representative in America of the famous Viardot-Garcia Vocal Method. Mme Von Klenner may be interviewed at Point Chautauqua where Bhe has established a summer school. She returns to her work in New York City the first week of September.EAST MAIN STREET. Mounting Board, black, grey, green and red, 30x40 inches 10c. PHONE 161. CONDUCTORiSMITH KILLED. Eterno Indelible Pencil, writes black anil copies purple 5c. Room Mouldings, good kinds, per foot 2c. PAINTS. Nickel Plate Conductor C. G. Smith of Connneaut, O., who was running on first section of freight No. 52 going west, fell from his train near Walker's crossing at 10:30 Monday night, breaking his neck, causing almost instant death. His body was not disfigured was brought to this place. Coroner Osg»od of Brocton was called, who rendered a verdict as above and turned the body over to Undertaker G. S. Carpenter, who prepared it for shipment to his former home at Conneaut. Davis' Automatic Iukstands used by banks and offices. PICKLING SUPPLIES. Celery Seed, Curcuma or Tumeric, Bay Leaves, Mace, SI. 00, Sherwin-Williams roof 81.00, half gallon 00c. Diamord Rod Roof and Barn Paint, gallon 75c, five gallon lots 70c. Graphite Roof Faint, gallon 81.25. Japalac, any kind, half pints 25c. Good Brushes 10c. French Zinc, lb 10c. Cornell or Sterling Lead, lb 7c. paint, gal. The Little Store I Closing out all Summer Goods Cheap. It is Mustard Seed, black or white. Cloves, Bargain time, Call on Us. New Fall Hosiery Cinnamon aud all other spices needed. TOILET GOODS "Sherlock Holmes" the great new game, 50c. Promises to be as popular as Flinch. for Boys', Misses and Children at Low Prices. Onr own Violet Water, 3 oz. bottle 25o. Mr.Smith was 57 years of age and leaves a widow and six children to mourn their loss- It is not known how the accident happened as no one saw him fall from the train. E. J . M A C O M B K GOOD THINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. South Si49 Main Street. WESTFIELB, N. Y.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1904-08-24|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1904-08-24|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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