Westfield Republican, 1904-08-31
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®l)c tocatfielii tiepttblicnn WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. 1904. VOL. L. NO. 24. came of Sherlock Holmes is the latest game craze for the home circle. We have it. WESTFIELD ROD IAND GUN CLUB. At the shoot Friday, August 20, the following scores were maile: li. 11. Thompson. 0. M. Hamilton. L. W. Clark \V. F. Hopper.. H. R. Mason... Lem McGarrelL.. W. M. Douglas. J. E. VV. Bissell H. W. Douglas •T. E. Kinner.. Fred MeGarrell A. H. Daun.. H. C. Wilson Burt Jones TERRIBLE STORM. GREAT DAMAGE DONE ALL OVER DEPARTMENT STORE. 1 VOM'S CENTRAL Lu I \J 1 1 DRUG STORE. .. .15 .. .14 ...11 .. .12 .. .11 .. .10 THE COUNTRY Three I'fr-iin. unci h Number of IlorHex Killed at Stockton* John Frelise'a PHONE NO. HO liitrn Iliirned Here, and IIhvoc (<en«r • NEW FLEECE LINED Scho ol Tablets and School Supplies ally l'layed Willi Trees in nil Parts of We have over 1(10 different kinds of school tablets at 5c each, representing all thai is best in the tablet line. Over 50 kinds of tablets at 10c each, which includes many high grade linen tablets among the lot. School Books, Drawing Books, Compasses, Crayons. Pens and Pencils, Inks, Erasers, Book B>igs, Lunch Boxes , etc. Our line includes many new things which will interest the student. The Country. The worst 6torm in the history of the county, visited this vicinity last Thursday afternoon. Lightning struck a tree near S. W. Mason's residence, the Long Distance Telephone wire in front of the main office, burning all the fuses and frightening the operators. The barn of John Frehse on the Sherman road was struck and burned to the ground with all its contents. The loss is estimated at $1,500. The wind blew a gale and great damage was done to all kinds of trees, many large limbs being toru away. WAISTINGS- FLANNELETTES Statio nery Bargains. We are showing today our complete line of Cotton 2 4 sheets paper and one pack of envelopes for 10c, just half price. 1 lb. >acka ges of Regal Percale or French Dimity paper for 25c, over oOc worth of the jest p aper in a package. Box papers at 10 and 15c each, fine quality. For tine corres pondence paper, Hemstitched Linen, Venetian Note, Mexican Hand Made, Damask Linen, Bunker Hill Bond, Tapestry Linen, Old Heidelberg, Hand made, deckle edge, etc. Are in excellent taste. Envelopes 5c per pack, worth 10c. llrtse Hull Once More Waistings and Flannelettes for fall. The Westfielci'a journeyed to Ripley Tuesday to try out the llipley team, and kept up the reputation of this towu iu defeating them, who only about a week ago took the strong Point Chautauqua's info camp. 10 pieces Fleece lined Waistings, per yard 12 pieces Fleece lined Waistings, double fold, per yard. .) pieces extra «jualitv Fleece lined Waistiug, dresdeu stripe and fig 20 pieces new Flannelettes per yard 15 pieces extra heavy Flauueletes o pieces fleeced Flannel suitable for Kimonas, beautiful patterns Advance Offerings of Domestics in Preparation for the 10c 15c lfic 10a . 12ic ... 15c For the Urape Season. It was a game full of excitement anil pood natured rivalry, and undoubtedly there will be a goo 1 crowd down with them when tiiey play the return game next week. by innings Westfield Ripley Glass Tumblers, per doz Dinner, Breakfast and Tea Platen, :50c I Glass Water Bottles, each 15c The climax of the storm was reached at Stockton, and the seventli annual picnic of the town ended in a carnival of death, due to the tornado that struck Parkhurst grove killing three persons, wounding five others, and killing three horses, shortly after the speech making was at an end. There was about 5,000 persons present, many attended from this village. The experience through which these passed, trying one, and will remain with them till the close of life. It will be a long time before any of those who were present, will care to attend another picnic in that locality. One of the injured ones Mrs. Anderson, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Skidmore of this village. Glass Sauce Disbes, eacli Glass Lamps, complete 15C Glass Measuring Cups, each 23c Glass Lemon Squeezers, eacb. ... Glass Jelly Glasses with covers, 25c dozen White China Cups and Saucers. White Baker's Dishes White Platters each 25c 10c Grape Harvest. 1 2 3 4 5 (i 7 '11 u'' liues of goods required b.v the grape growers at this season, his stoics [)repnratiou and showing is supreme. Assortments are the largest and prices rule the lowest. 2 1 1 4 3 0 0—11 1 4 0 3 0 2 0—10 Glass Berry Disbes, eacb 10c, 15 and 20c K u»|>|i —Dxiiii Drug Items. There was a pretty home wedding at the residence of Mr. James H. Dann Tuesday morning, Aug 30th, when his accomplished daughter Rose Elizabeth was united in marriage to Mr. Edwin Curtis Knapp of Schenectady, N. Y. 5 cases Cotton Huts 5c each. Better grades at 8, 10 aud 15' c. Best prints per yard 5 and 6c". 32 in. Percale at 8c per yd. 3(> in. Percale at 12ic per yd. 1x4 brown Cotton at lie per pd. Dark Apron Ginghams at 7c. Dark Dress Ginghams 12'.c. Silkoline for comfortors 10 and 15c. Plain white porcclaiu chambers 10c. Blackberry Cordial '25 and 50c a bottle. Cholera Cure 25c a bottle. Excelsior Digestive Tablets, cure dys- Syrup of Tar and Wild Cherry, and Syrup of White Pine Compound cure colds, throat and lung troubles. Our Drug Department is full of all that is best iu the line of remedies and pharmaceuticals. lJlain white uuhandled tea cups with saucers, per set 25c. Plain white handled coffee cups with saucers, set 40c. Plain white dinner plates, "per dozen 50c. pepsia, 10c doz. Excelsior Laxative Tablets, cure consti- pation, 10c doz. Excelsior Liniment, cures rheumatic The ceremony was performed at 10 o'clock and was pronounced by Rev. Geo. L. MacClelland pastor of the Presbyterian church. The house was beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and roses. Decorated cups aud saucers 15c. 100 piece set decorated porcelain ware $7.75. pains, 25 and 50c a bottle. Boston Hair Tonic, cures baldness 50c a bottle. Candies A fresh lot of Lowney's and Morse's Chocolate's. Also Callier's Swiss Milk Chocolates. Quilting Calico 7c. 5x4 Table Oilcloth, colors 18c. 10 piece decorated chamber sets $2 80. Foot Ease, cures tired and aching feet, 25c box. THREE DEAD Decorated cuspidores aud 10c. Gold band plates and cups and The bride was handsomely gowned in white crepe de chine over silk and carried a bouquet of white roses. (>nlv a few fiiends aside from members of the immediate families witnessed the ceremony. The bride was one of Westtield's most Latest news from Stockton indicates that three not four are dead, as follows: Orrin Dalrymple, aged G'2, of Shunila, back broken, removed to Miller's hotel where he died 30 minutes after the accident. Inez Scott aged 15 years, of Shuinla killed instantly. Austin Pierce aged 'JO of Dunkirk, employed by J. C. Colin and living with Louis E. Edson, llti Elk street killed instantlv. Grape Growers Necessities in Crockery- sauces 10c. Westfield Souvenirs at 10c. Can rubbers, per dozen 5e. Tin top jelly glasses, per dozen 10c. M. A. LYON. A low price on this line of goods appeals to the grape grower at this season. Compare figures before buying elsewhere. Plain White Porcelaine Platters 10, 15 and 25c. H People wonder how we can I I sell 8 ft. Polished Quartered I I Oak Dining Tables for $12.00 I 8 but we do and YOU can get I I one if you hurry. They are I I not the only Bargains we have I I to offer, for example: Beauti= I I fully figured Polished Quar- I I tered Oak Bed at $14.00 I I JAflES E. HALL. I promising young women, being a graduate of the Westlield High school and of the Fredonia Normal, The groom is an alumnus of Cornell University and tills a lucrative position as mechanical engineer in his home cilv. \\ ater tumblers, per dozen '28?. I <|t. tin preserving kettles lSc. 1 <|t. tin stew pans at 15c. 2 >it. tin stew pans at 10c. qt. white enamel stew pans 40c. White enamel basins and mixing Bakers, 10, 15 and 20c. Individual side dishes tiO. THE IN.lt RED per doz Hazel Scott, bruised, will live. Maurice Arnold of Elm Flats, three ribs and shoulder broken; will live. Roy Noble of Elm Flats, hurt in back and head; will live. Mrs. Jay Anderson os Portland, eip injured: will live. Mrs. Orrin I>ulryiuple, hurt in head but not likely to die. Individual platters tic ea. Individual sauce dishes, per do 38c. bowls, all sizes, 25c to 75c No. 1 lamp chiiuueys, 4c. No. 2 lamp chimneys 5c. After receiving congratulations and enjoying a delicious wedding breakfast, the happy couple left for an extended eastern trip carrying wiih them the best wishes of a host of friends. 5 dozen Men's §1.(10 and 81.25 Negligee Shirts made of fine Madias, plain and plaited fronts, detached cuffs, to close at (59c. (•ravel at 75c per l.oail The out-of-town gupsls were: Mrs. Woods of Riverside, Cal ; Miss Eggle. ston of Belleville, N. Y.; Miss Horsecraft of Duudas, Ont ; and .Miss Shattuck of Di'pew, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Knapp will be at home at No. 1 Eagle street, Schenectady, N. Y., after September fifteenth. \\'e have splendid gravel for walks or roads that we will deliver, if not too far, at 75c per load. We want this gravel out of our wav soon. School supplies of every sort at moderate prices. Tin-: Welch Grape Ji ick Co Hi PITTQ 2L 22' 23 Main st' • IlllDj Westfield, New York Adjourned rul>lic IleariiiK Suits Cail lie I'ruNecuteil An adjourned public hearing on the application of the Buffalo, Dunkirk and Western railway for a franchise was held at the Trustee's room oil Monday evening. There was a good attendance of our citizens and the franchise presented by the trolley Company was thoroughly and intelligently discussed, and while there was no opposition to granting a franchise, important and vita) changes in the one presented was demanded, and a committee consisting of 8. C. Crandall, C. F. Bigler and J. R. Douglas was appointed to revise it and get it in shape to act upon at the next regular meeting of the Board on Sept. 9th. Judge Walling handed down the following opinion in the equity case of H. T. Ballhogan and Roy Rockwell vs. Lake Erie TractLn company (Westfield branch North East line) Monday morning:Rule to dissolve injunction The injunction granted in the above case, in so far as it restrains the bringing of suits against the corporation, is too broad. The corporation still exists, and although its property is in the hands of a receiver, it is not exempt from suit. 60 TO JONES' PHARMACY A suit may be necessary to determine the validity of the claim or to liquidate its amount. For pure Fresh Druqs and Druggists Sundries. Our stock is always complete, nothing too good for our trade. Agent for Allegrette's Candies. No This is a question of the right to bring suit against the receiver without leave of the court which appointed him, nor of the duty of the court to protect the property in the receiver's hands from execution. The I'ark Square in Mayvitle. better made George W. Patterson, of the third generation of the Westfield family, was in town Monday on business connected with the estate of his father. In a conversation with County Clerk Gallup, Mr. Patterson suggested that when the county and village officials shall have reached an agreement regarding the land about the publie buildings, his mother stands ready to quitclaim her title to the four small squares at the junction of Erie and Chautauqua streets. The village has built its firemen's hall on private property and there is another strip never purchased between the treasurer's office and the street corner. The only stipulation will be that the four small squares be forever devoted to public purposes. The supervisors will be asked to act on the matter.—Mayville Sentinel. No. 1 Main St. Westfield, N. Y. »w> LAMB & COWAN F™ BUSY ...THE DRUGGISTS... GOODS Independently of the appointment of a receiver, the cars and other property of a railroad company, necessary for the conduct of its business cannot be taken in execution. And now, August 29, 1904, the injunction granted in the above case, July 11, 1904 is hereby so far modified as to permit suits to be brought and prosecuted to final judgment against the defendant corporation in the hands of the receiver and also as to permit suits pending against said corporation to be so prosecuted. PHONE 2. Opp. Postoffice. I CAN'T TELL Y,0U Talcum Powders. . We bave all the popular kinds, such as Rexall, Colgate's Violet, Park Davis Euthymol, Frenches, Stevens ft btevens Johnsons & Johnsons, Ricksecker and Mennens, prices from 10 to 25c. Rexall Baby Laxative. Pleasant to the taste and reliable in effect as it is gentle in its action. Guaranteed free from inj urious drugs. 25c per bottle. Execution, however, not to be levied upon the property of the corporation in the possession of the receiver without leave of the court by whom he was appointed.—Erie Times. 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 Rexall Corn Solvent. For sealing jelly glasses. Clean, easy to use, put up in 5, 10 and 20c cakes. Paraffine. It is a positive remedy for the painless removal of corns, bunions, warts, moles and callouses, price 15c. GIBBS STORE BURGLARIZED. Northrup Reunion. Trusses. The store of H. W. Gibbs & Co. was visited by burglars on Saturday evening last and a quantity of goods and about $5 in cash taken. The second reunion of Northrup family was held with Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hutchins on August 27th, and was largely attended, there being 33 members present, as follows: Elmer Colt and family of Brocton; Hiram Howig and family of South Stockton; H. F. Cole and family and Frank Wadsworth and wife of Portland; Taylor and May Bell Whitmore, of Jamestown; Warren Teemley, of Fairbanks; Schuyler Northrup and family, Arthur Northrup and family, Will Wadsworth and Miss Nellie Randall of Westtield. The house was beautifully trimmed with cut flowers. Mr. John C. Min. ton was .present and furnished some old time music, which was greatly enjoyed, and added much to the pleasure of the occasion. The day was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Since the last reunion there has been one death, one birth and two weddings in the family. The next reunion will be held with Arthur Northrup at Weetfield, Aug. 26, 1905. Dog Soap. All the best kinds. The kind that not only kills fleas but cures mange and all skin eruption. A 15c cake will last a year. Spices. We have many different makes and all the different sizes. The price is right—and if we can't fit you it will not cost anything to try. C. F. B I GLER, Whoever committed the act must have been thoroughly familiar with everything about the store, as the entrance was made through a small window in the rear end of the warehouse, and the party or parties had no difficulty in finding their way through the warehouse and across the alley bridge to the second story entrance of the store, where they forced the door open and descended to. tke first floor. Here they helped themselves to what goods they wanted, opened the cash drawer and helped themselves to what change there was in it, amounting to about $5. As Mr. Gibbs never burns a light in his store at night, the parties that committed the act mnst have been very familiar with the arrangements of the store to do such a neat job. The officers are at work on the case, and it is to be hope that the guilty parties may be speedily apprehended, as there has been altogether too much stealing go* , ing on in this community recently. EAST MAIN STREET. PHONE 161. Rexall Liver and Kidney Tea. We have all the pure spices that go to make good pickles, mixed and unmixed. Fresh spices are very essential for good pickles. It is natures own remedy. It is composed entirely of herbs and is guaranteed to cure constipation, kidney and liver trouble. LOOK AT OU Try the New Game "Sherlock Holmes." THE VERY BEST EQUIPMENT SAVE MONEY AND TRAVEL COM- Muslins, plain and ribbed Underwear, Sateen Skirts and Muslin Gowns. One dollar's worth lor 90 cts. A fine assortment of Children's School Hose Cheap. Ready-to-Wear Fall Hats in soon is used on the Nickel Plate excursions west. Write A. C. Showalter, D. P. A., 807 State street, Erie, Pa., for particulars. 114 FORTABLY by joining one of the Nickel Plate personally conducted excursions on Sept 15th and 20th, Oct 4th and 15th. 115 —Three tramps were arrested by Deputy Sheriff Davis the first of the week and t aken before Justice Prendergaat, who sent them to the penitentiary at Buffalo. The sentences ranged from 60 to 90 days. —Noah Burden has our thanks for a fine basket of apples. —For Sale.—Two parlor coal stoves in good condition at a very low price. M. A. Lyon. E. J . M A c O M B K South SUt Main Stmt. WESTFIELB, N. r.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1904-08-31|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1904-08-31|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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