Westfield Republican, 1904-10-12
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@hc iUcotfitlb Mcuublicnn VOL. L. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1904. NO. 30. FINE GAME. PERMANENT ORGANIZATION it is a drug and worth having, you will find it here, a druggist has been made by selling only the best. Our reputation as The llich School Foot Ball Team victorious. Mayville No Match for the There Wan a >IreilnK of the Ituiinmfl Men (in Tuemlay evening . An or^aniza. 1 CENTRAL L I VJ i 1 O DRUG STORE. Local Team, llou m as 1'erfei ttil by the election of DTTTC department m X Jl X A STORE. On Saturday afternoon at four o'clock a football team from Mavville lined up against our High School team for the tiret game of.the season. Captain Jones won the toss and decided to receive the kickoff. From the time the ball was kicked off until Nixon carried it over the goal line Westtield hammered her opponents' line at will. One more touch down was secured in the first half. Score, Westtield 12—Mayville 0. U II. l'onera a* Chairman and J. K Halt, secretary It was moved and carried that a permanent organization be established to be PHONE NO, HO. known as "The Business Men's Exchange," and the object to be the promotion of the business interests of the COATS FOR CHILDREN Neuralgyline Our Kidney and Liver Cure Is a positive cure for Neuralgia, Lumbago and Sciatic Rheumatism. It is fully guaranteed. Your money back if it fails. Price '25c. We have improved the formula recently for this excellent preparation, and think we have without exception the best Kidney and Liver medicine for sale. It cannot fail to help you. town. Au organization was formed by the election of the following officers: President, V. A. Keut; Secretary aud Treasurer, E. I>. Keagau. STYLISH AND After a rest of ten minutes Westdeld continued her hard playing, Hopson taking Allen's place. Once Mayville held Westtield for downs. This was caused by a bad double paw. Two more touchdowns were secured but the goal was Vinol. UNDER PRICE Wherever a Cod Liver Oil is needed we guarantee Vinol to be the best in the market. Pleasant to take, a strength and health giver. Money back if it docs you no good. v Our Sarsparilla with the Iodides Our Excelsior Liniment It was voted to have an executive com- We have sold over 5000 bottles of this, and have yet to hear of the first complaint. It can be taken internally as well as used externally. A perfect pain panacea. Price 25 and 50c per bottle. mittee consisting of live members to act with the President and Secretary, and the following persons were appointed as such committees: Messrs. Powers, Card, Horning, Sturgis. Hall ;aud ,(i. \V. jjohuson. These are spic-span new Coats that are in the choice styles of the coming season. The Pitts store shows and sells the largest line of Childrens Wraps of any store in the vicinity of Westfield. Our prices rule a quarter to a third lower missed each time. For a blood remedy, is one of the best made. Your money refunded if you do not find it so. A larger bottle and better than anyone of the advertised kinds at |1.00 per bottle. Our Throughout the game the best of feeling prevailed. Both teams refrained from unnecessaiy roughness and no exceptions were taken to the decisions made bv the Guaranteed Tooth Brushes 25c buys one. Money refunded if the bristles come out. Mr. Powers reported that over $80 had been pledged for the baud concerts. Meeting adjourned subject to call of This is the best time of the year to Paint your Buildings. We have the best Paints to do it with. officials. president than prices of city dealers. Our Own Cholera Mixture price 75c The line-up was ats follows Westfield ('22.) Mintou Allen-llopson FIREMEN'S BENEFIT Mayville (0.) ... .Gardiner Iving-Herriek Give us a look before you deal. W e know we can Cures all bowel troubles quickly— money refunded if it fails. Our Own Corn Cure The 4 act society drama "Valley Farm" will be presented by local talent, as a benetit for our Fire Department at We6ttield Opera House on Friday and .Saturday evenings, October 14tb and loth. This play is new and of the professional type, and has never before been attempted by The Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint Beach. Porter 1 g-- ,c... Anderson . .Nickers supply your wants satis actorily. Leads all others. It goes farther and lasts longer than other paints if used according to directions. Red Roof Paint If it fails to cure after using according to directions. Come back and get y .ur money. McCarthy... Watson ...r g ...rt .. Justiu Hammy Unity Coats 2 to four yrs., SI.50 to $3.75. Women's Tourist and Rain dayman Pike Coats. Our Syrup of Tar and Wild Cherry The best in the market at 85c per gallon. No use in paying S100 when we sell you the same thing for 85c. Jones, Capt Davis .q... 1 h b . .Wiilett (ieerston Two Babies Velour Coats, 'J anil 3 yrs., one-third off. Is a sure cure for Coughs and Colds. We will refund the price if it fails to help you. The Pitts Store at all times exhibits the very newest in styles in coats as well as other lines of merchandise. Nixon r h b Ruland an amateur east. Bring your prescriptions for us to till. We fill them as prescribed by your physician at the lowest possible price. None but graduates in Pharmacy aud of the largest experience are allowed to dispense drugs in our store. Douglas f b. ..Chapman-King Referee—Prof, ffright. Umpire—Dr. Dean. Timekeepers—Willse and Johnson. Two acts of this play arejpassed in the country against a background of rural life and character. It is powerful and sensationational, but relieved by plenty of humor and many dramatic incidents. It is a story we see every day of our lives where a country girl gives up an honest farmer lad for a well dressed city chap, only to tind that what modern society teaches, will not go well with a proud and haughty mother-in-law. 15 Children's Coats, ti to 10 vears, worth $2.75 to f.'i 5# at $2/25. Our White Pine Compound Syrup Is a winner for hacking coughs. It is the genuine article, and the price is right. A four ounce bottle for 25c. Yonr money back if not satisfactory. We are receiving coats by express just as fast as the garments are finished in the work room of the manufacturer.25 Children's Coats, (i to 1(1 years, former price $4.75 to $5.85 at $3.98. Linesmen—Dunn and Zens, Time of halves—20 and 15 minutes. The next game will be with. Brocton High school Saturday afternoon on the home field. 18 Children's Coats, S to 12 years, $7.75 to #10.75 values at Women's Rain Coats to iflG.50. Women's Tourist Coats iu Kersey and Munisli Suitings from $10.50 to $ 18.00. Women's Jackets trom S.j.OO to from $12 M. A. LYON. §•'>.75, Coaches Tennant and Wright are very much pleased with the showing our boys made and they are working hard this week strengthening the weak points. 10 Children's Coats, lii to 15 years, ranging in price from $4.75, $(>.75 to $10.50, half otV. To see this play would cost you from one tu two dollars in any city, and while the tiremen have been to a great deal of trouble and expense to secure a cast capable of producing this play, they will charge but the usual price of Hoc. | WE WISH Toil || CALL || j| | Your attention to the - 1 |j 11 Bed in our window, if | j| || you will try it and do |8 | i not find it the best you | f| | I ever slept on, we will § B EX* si'2.75, Misses Tourist Coats I«; aiul IS years, $10.50 to $15.75. Wniueu's Capes from g:j,75 to $10.00. <irapu Harvest The grape harvest is now on in earnest and many vineyards are already packed Baskets are selling for $25 per thousand and crates for eignt cents a piece. Tii* warui weather of last week was bad lor and the price went down, but today bulk is selling at $20 |wr ton and eight pound baskets at 11A cents, and if this weather continues they will probably go higher. FALL ANDWINTER UNDERWEAR Knowing the cast and the elluit they are making to make this a success we do not hesitate in saying that it will be the best play ever seen in our city. Specialties will be introduced between each act hv competent people, and the public will receive three hours of solid fun and enter- The Carments ol' Summer have boon sot aside. Tlie Fall,and Winter weights are hero for men, for women, for children, ample, complete, satisfying. The showing is in- aiument lu giving you the cast we best assure you o! its success. teresting. a safe guide, a suflicient,gratifying source of supply KepulilifHii role Kitininu A large and enthusiastic company—including many women—yes woman, who rules the destinies of nations—had assembled when another Roosevelt and Fairhanks banner was raised, as a splendid 80 fool pole went up, the enterprise of Messrs Hardenburg and Isharu at the farm of the former ou the Main road on Saturday last. A feature of the occasion was the raising of a Hag by two young laditjs— a gift from tbem—each of whom was presented with a bouijuet of flowers. The presentation address was given by James Preudergast, the genial president of the Roosevelt and Fairbanks club, and when Old Glory gave her folds to the bieeze 'mid cheers and the Btirring strains of "Red, White and Blue" by Bloomers drum corps, we have only to wait until the 8th day of November next to reach the climax of such demonstrations. John K. Patterson, Jr., of Dunkirk, nominee for District Attorney for Chautauqua county, was present and made a forceful and stirring appeal for the support of the national and state ticket — nominees of the Republican party. C. CAST Verbena Genuine Country Girl Most Popular Girl in our City. ..Owner of Valley Farm.. (!erald <; Gibbs Hetty Hulcomb Country Girl Trans pUntrd to City Bertha Meyer Harold Kutledge....A vounu' New Yorker.. .: Prof Wriu'bt ..Who Borrows but HI ditto 2L 22' 23 Main st • • llilOj Westfield, New York Silae lloicomb. *v*SWKCMttftiK ta* -'"V Lizy Ann Tucker. Naver Gowipg Olive Morgenstern David Ilildreth A New York Lawyer Albert E. Taylor Isabel Carney David's Niece, a New York Bi'lle Alice Morgenstern Azarian Keep...Clock Tinker in Love l>r. A. Ditffenbach Alvira llolcomb. .Silas Old Maid Sister Susie DtelTenbach Perry Dean Country Lad in Love with llettie Milton Carlisle Rutledge. Harold's Proud and I CAN'T TELL YOD Mrs. Haughty Mother Mary Porter Silas' Assistant About House and Team refund your money. Glen McC'raden .Isnnlnps .... Mrs. Rutledge's Batter. Stiff as a Poker Winfred Swartz lyaical Culture You'll have too come and see what a fine Car of Buggies,Lumber and Spring Wagons I have just received. Rubber Tire Goods at Cut Prices. JAHES E. HALL. Mrs. Bernard will meet those who wish to take h course in physical culture in the Y. W. C. A. room Thursday afternoon, Oct. 13th, at 4 o'clock. Westfield, N. Y., Oct. 10th, 1904. Martin—Phillips Adjourned Public Hearing:, C. F. B I GLK R, A very pleasant home wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Douglas on Tuesday evening, when their niece, Miss Mary Phillips was united in marriage to Mr. Gilbert Russell Martin by the Rev. George L. MacClelland in the presence of about thirty-tive relatives and intimate friends. The house was handsomely decorated for the occasion with autumn leaves and flowers. At the close ot the ceremony and after congratulations had been offered, elegant refreshments were served by caterer, Mrs. Louise Anderson. The trustees met in special hearing, Oct. 7th 7.45 p. m. Trustees Crandall, Pegler, Morse and Harrington, present. President Davis called the meeting to order.EAST MAIN STREET. PHONE 161. Always LAMB & COWAN ™ BUSY ...THE DRUGGISTS... GOODS On motion this public hearing was adjourned to October 21st at 7:45 p. m. T. L. Bakkek, Clerk. Annual JleetiiiK ol' Preebyteriau Society. The annual meeting of the Presbyterian Society was held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the audience room of the church. The report of G. S. Flagler, as treasurer showed the finances to be in a highly satisfactory condition, there being a balance on hand instead of a deficit.GO TO JONES' PHARMACY PHONE 2. Opp. Postoffice. For pure Fresh Drugs and Druggists Sundries. Our stock is always complete, nothing too good lor The bride was gowned in light brown crepe de chine and carried chrysanthemums.Pure Horehound Drops Cherry Juice Cough Syrup. • Contains no harmful drugs, it has a pleasant flavor. It cures hoarseness and all bronchial troubles. F. A. Hall and Elmore Kent were unanimously elected trustees to suoeeed themselves and J. M. Mateer was reelected clerk for one year. Opportunity was aleo given for the rental of pews and a goodly number availed themselves of the privilege. Try one and you will be convinced of their purity. 15c per pound, 5c quarter pound. our trade. Agent for Allegrette's Candies. The bride and groom are both well and favorably known and have a large circle of friends who wiBh them a happy and prosperous wedded Jife. They were the recipients of a large number of useful and handsome presents which testify to the esteem in which they are held. There was no lack of rice and the happy couple were bountifully showered, both before they left the house and on their ride about town. This morning it looked as if there had been a snowstorm in that neighborhood. It is not known whether they left town or not, but it is supposed by their friends that they have taken to the woods. better made . Rexall Grippe Pills. Hot Water Bottles k 25c box will cure you. They will reduce fever without depressing the heart. Those who have used them can tell you better of their work. No. 1 Main St. Westfield, N. Y. With double seam for one dollar, pays to buy one that is guaranteed. Rexall Rubbing Oil THE LAKESHORE'S NEW EQUIPMENT The manner in which timber has disappeared during the last few years, and the constant increase in the price of wooden ties, has placed this question before railroad officials: "What will be used for ties in the future? With the solution of this problem in view, the Lake Shore Railway company has placed 1,500 steel ties on a curve, just west of Silver Creek, N. Y. It requires 17 of these ties in a space of 30 feet where only 15 wooden ones are used. The price of steel ties is $1.85 each, while oak ties cost only 75c. "The average life of a wooden tie is eight years. The length of a steel tie's lasting qualities is yet to be determined. These ties are T shape 4£ inches on top and eight inches on the bottom, and weigh 75 pounds. They make a smoother road bed than wooden ties. Corn Solvent Works like magic on sprains, cuts, bites, sore and stiffness of muscles. 25c a bottle. Takes the corn out. Try a bottle, every one is guaranteed, 15c per bottle. Crystalized Ginger THE LITTLE STORE Rexall Worm Candy It is pleasant to take and effective in action. A guarantee with every box. For putting in Pickles. 25c per box. Is ready for Business. New Goods —Make a date for Oct 14th and loth. —For Sale.—Pigs, W. A. Knowlton. —Apples for sale. Enquire of Mrs, William Hill. World* Fair RntegjVia Nickel Plate Road with stop-over at Chicago. Seven day coach tickets every day except Friday and Saturday. Season, 60 day und 15 day tickets every day until Nov. 30th inclusive. Call on local agent or address A. C. Showaiter, D. P. A., 807 State St., (430) Judge Gray, the umpire in the contest between the miners, in the anthracite coal regions, and the operators of the mines, has decided that when a majority of the miners demand a check weighman or check docking boss the operators shall be held responsible for giving them the same. The very fact that the operators withheld this looks very suspicious. If they have been dealing honestly with the men their act in opposing the grant shows a weak spot in their policy. But the men win out as they ahoula in this case. Coming in Often. Work, Underwear, tions now in Stock. Millinery, Fancy Hosiery and Call on us/. . . . No- —Don't fail to take in the home talent entertainment. —For Rent,—Rooms for light housekeeping. Enquire at this office. E. J . M A C O M B K R Ei ie, Pa. —Wanted.—Ad apprentice in millinerj Department. L. Wiser. —Make a date for the Firemen's entertainment.Smith Side Main Street. WESTFIELD, N. T.'
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1904-10-12|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1904-10-12|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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