Westfield Republican, 1905-04-05
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toestfidi) Hepttblican VOL. LI. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y„ WEDNESDAY, AI'lilL 5. 1905. NO. 3. A SMALL BLAZE. A BAD ACCIDENT Sweet Pea Seeds and Nasturtium Seeds iu bulk. All otber Flower Seeds in Last Saturday afternoon, while some papers were being burned iu the back alley, fire caught iu some way iu a barrel of straw near the Puts ware house and set tire to it. It was discovered by Chief Burns. He seized the fire extinguisher belonging to The PkrruMCAN ollice, and with the assistance of a bucket brigade, soon had it put cut. packages, | A Man, Spun of Horses. Wagon »n(l Kar- nes* Nearly I seil I |i. I VOISI'S, CtNTRAL L- I \J 1 1 O DRUG STOKE Mondav morning the tire department i was called cut hv ihe burning of a cbitti j ,U'V J 111 V J *10K Si 11) lilt- Phillips house who »n Union street PHONE NO. HO# was )it-iping move ee with one oi 11. C. Jones' jeatus JSU "ite. WWawfarti New Spring Wall Paper. :i quautitv tit' ijhtss wait was broken. The chemical lire c\ti i<jm\her did excellent work, ami was high v spokon of bv As he was returning one of the g* hr.ke letting the pole drop to tlie 11 i»i!, breaking i This caused the > us anc nit Wall Papc team to become untuanageable|[and Jerry was thrown out He struck on his ileft shoulder breaking bis c.illar bone and otherwise injuring hiui. As tlie horses ran down Union street, it was thought by alt that Elmer Culver, who was sitting in the bottom of the wagon between the hiud wheel-, would .certainly be killed. As the horses turned onto Main street, he jumped and when he struck the ground he rolled over about twenty times, then got up and walked away uone the worse for his experience. The team ran up Main to North Portage street and as he turned on to that street collided with (Jharles Keopka's team breaking their pole and neckyoke, thechorses escaping injury. Mr. Jones' liorses were badly cut by the broken pole aud the harness was ruined. Car pets for Fall are to be Higher TyT't U w al Effects -\ want to put into the home the bright warmth and The last game of basket hall for the Reason was played between tho former star players of the High School aud the present team. It did uot take very many minutes to cooviuce the college boys that the locals knew the game like professionals. Schwartz was tried aud put up a fast game. satisfaction graceful designs and beaut colors pers give you such a variety to select ruble qualities and the most reasonable prices. Every pattern has distinctive feature. We have papers for every kind of room. Bring measure of your rooms, the length, width and height, with the of doors and we can tell you just the right quantity to purchase be glad to assist you in mak- ing the selections. beautiful combinations in the grass effect and silk patterns things in Tapestry, Embossed Gold and Pressed popular shades of Ingrains. Some special things papers, the washable paper and provide lor the Owing to the great consumption of carpet wool in the East due to the Russia-Japan war, all Carpets are advancing. us I mm:]. We v Snr w. ii. s. (32) Craig I Ol.LEUI.VTF.S (18) forwards Mnzauv Hand- Schwartz, Forter Jones Meyer Bell We own our spring line at former prices and will continue to sell on that plan. Our showing is complete in all lines of floor coverings. papers All the Nixon guards Hopsou,Scuwartz " center Varnished Tile Hough Sholter Referee and umpire, Wright, Teuuaut Goals: liell 4, Hough 2, Sliolter 2 Mazany 1, Schwartz 5, Jones 3, Craig 3, Porter 2, Nixon 2. Fouls: Nixou 2. Ingrain, 25, 35, 60 and 70 cents. Velvets, $1.20. Axminsters, $1,25. Body Brussels, $1,35. Tapestry, $1,00. 8 wire Tapestry, 65 cents. 9x12 room size Rugs, Tapestry, $15.00. Tapestry, $2000. Velvets *22.00. Body $25 00. Axminsters, $25 00. Red Ticket Sale of Wall Paper. ' * Wc have inagurated a Red Ticket Sale upon a certain class of papers in to clear them out and give us more room for our business. rything bearing the Red Ticket will be sold for 5c. per roll regardless order INDOOR FIELD MEET. The gymnasium work t"<>r the season will be brought to a close on Friday evening, April 7, when Prof. E. F. Vernon assisted by members of his class will give an exhibition in the gymnasium. 1 he work will cousisf of' high jumps, parallel bur, dumb bell, Indian club and -winging rings exhibition. A tug of war has been arranged between two strong teams Two clean exhibitions in the art of self defense will be given and the closing event of the evening is the basket hall game between the two girls' High school Real estate is ou the move around Forsyth this spriug, several large sales having been made recently iu that vicinity. A. M. tMiniger lias sold the old homestead west of the crossing containing 133 acres to John Winkelman. Mr? Winkelman is on the F. A. Hall farm near Rogersville and will not move to his new purchase this year. This is one of the most desirable farms on the Main road. There are eight acres of grapes, two dwellings and barns on the farm. The purchase price is Hunt Kolate ltooiniiiK. of c - j-;t. '1 lie lot includes left overs from last year, remnant lots of this •ear's purchase and many full patterns of this year's stock. .Many of these "s are heavy £ilt and silk em- bossed papers that cost 15 and 20c per n you afford to lose this op- portunity of purchasing high grade PHI roi Roxbury Brussels. par or little money.? Buying from Sample Books—For those who wi- h to see the inn~t expatterns made by the largest manufacturers we have been provided arge number of sample books from which especial designs can be They are mostly exclusive patterns that do not find a place in the retail store. We can save you money on these if you wish us clusiv with a 1 selected SPRING WALL PAPER. ordmar leam to send for them. Odd Rolls of Paper at ic per roll The indoor tield meet is a new and novel feature in athletic sports and it is a popular demonstration of athletic work. Our Stock was never more complete in modern styles than it is to-day. Kitchen Paper, 5 cents. Bedroom paper, 7, Sitting room paper, 10 to 25 cents. Parlor papers, 12 1-2 to 35 cents. Library and hall papers, 15 to 50 cents. Remnants at little price. Excellent for papering small closets, $ 10,000, clothes rooms, etc Physical Instructor Vernon has proven his ability to arrange events of this nature and it will give the people of this vicinity a chance to see a clean and manly exhibition.Dr. Harris Cantield of Bradford, Pa., ha?! purchased the east fifty acres of the Henry McGinnis farm. This piece contains thirty-five acres of vineyard, a house and barn and is north of the Main road. The price paid was $0,000. Dr. Cantield bought the property for a permanent home. He expects to live on it in the near future. The trolley adds value to all the Main road property and makes quick sales for all farms offered for sale along the route. Room Mouldings—To match the Wall Papers, them at' 2c, 3c, 4c, 5c, 7c and 10c per foot. Window Shades—Complete on roll- crs at 10c, 25c Holland Cloth Shade is very popular. A great variety of and 50c Our 25c linen io and 12 1-2 cents Curtain Poles—W hile Enamel Poles complete at 10c. Walnut, Oak, Mahogany and Ebony Poles at 10c each, complete with fixtures 20c each. A BAD SMASH UP Saturday evening as the 6:20 trolley car was making its eastern trip and was opposite the Barrett place, a horse belonging to to Charles Cochrane of Ripley became frightened and started up the bank opposite I). S. Neill's vineyard. When half way up, it whirled hack into the road and tipped the buggy bottom side up, breaking off the top, seat and bcth thills. The horse was driven by two young men, both sons of Mr. Cochrane. They were thrown oil!, hut the driver held onto the horse, 1'lie car stopped and help rushed back to assist the young men, neither was hurt. Brass Vestibule Rods for Sash Cur- tains, the adjustable kind to fit any window, 15c and 20c each. Varnish Stains in all colors, Japalac in a" colors, Liquid Veneer and Furniture: Polish to make the furniture lo°k like new. Floor Paint, Floor Varnish, also Rogers' Floor Stain, a paint varnish and stain all combined to ma be the rs in your house tilings of beauty. Tlicy cost but little money and add more than 100 per cent to the pleasure c.t Waller Light has purchased the Jay Barber property near his home being a part of the Walker farm. WomessNew Spring Jackets and Skirts are Here. House Paints—Nature gives us the hint at this season of the year when the bright foliage and the flowers arc about to surround us with a freshness id . beauty that makes us forget tlie long, dreary winter. Summer Surroundings are greatly marred by buildings shabby for the There is a touch of refinement about a well painted mg William Hint* has traded iiis property on (iale street near the Nickel Plate bridge to Frank McUutcheon for his tifty acre farm on the JJ.irber road and adj oininglhe llinlz farm, being formerly a part ol the Johnatban Wood farm and now owned by'Mr. Ilitilz. There are leu acres of new vineyard on ttiis property which makes il desirable. U I DITTC 21 22, 23 Main St. n. L. ril 1 - WeStfleld, New'York. want ot painting ho ;- -. A house becomes twice as valuable when kept well paintc Economy in Paint -11 we can sell you a paint that .e as long as white Lead when used White Lead. We think we arc to do when we sell vot l'he horse was a spirited western horse and according to the boy's statement is in sts twice ")cs ncarlv twice as deadly fear of sleam or trolley cars. Die motor man had his car almost stopped when he approached the horse. The boys escaped very luckily, and after brushing oil the dust borrowed another buggy and Charles Keopka has moved onto his new purchase on the Barber road. This farm belonged to William Wood and was sold recently to Mr. Keopka. He will set out ten acres of grapes this spring. nricc )iic, at about the what we guarantee savin you monev CORNER DRUG STORE The Devoe Lead and Zinc. drove home Von Are Intittil every '-landard color, and tiie ! rst stroke of the brush will show the superiority over other paints. We have a full stock of White Lead. White Zinc, Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre and Red Roof Paint in oil. Everything in Carriage paints and Coach colors. The best kind of paint and varnish brushes. Coach Varnish, Furniture Vatnish, Pale Interior Varnish, Shellac Varnish, Hard Oil Fin- ish, Wood Fillers, Paint and Varnish Removers, in fact everything that per- tains to a first class paint establish- \. c have Vou are cordially invited to attend our School lloHr<l Meeting, spring opening in ihe millinery aud cnjik departments Saturday, April 8th at which time we will show muji- beautiful creations in uiillinerv. This will be the We carry a lull line of Drugs and Patent Medi- We are having a large sale of Liquozont, have just received a fresh lot. Our v\ hite Pine and Tar Cough Syrup is popular seller with us. Our stock is fresh, we buy nothing but the best. A regular meeting of the Board of Education was held Tuesday evening, March 28. The following trustees were present: President A. B. Ottaway, Mmes Crandall and Minton, Messrs Schoenfeld, Douglas, Lamb, Flagler, Weaver and Boult. cines. greatest exposition of artistic millinery creations we ever had. Many important designs are here, but the crowning achievements are the products of our own workman, We have headwear of elegance, relineuient and taste. Headwear of delightful exclusiveness of swagger, stunning style, yet of modest cost. The new straws, inalines and chiffons are just about the daintiest creaiions ever thungbt out and the finished stylish exclusiveness of our display will prove very satisfactory to you and what is more our prices can be reached. L. Wiser. a very always merit. Minutes of meeting held Feb. 28 read and approved. Small Cans of Paint in all colorsfor household purposes The following bills were presented. John Ii Fny, coal for janitor....$ 12 50 Joseph Hatsell, mason work.... 2 00 James E Hull, book rack 3 00 Otto Ulbrich Co, 5 gal ink 2 15 Milwaukee Dustless Brush Co, floor brushes Lavinia S Stone, correcting pa- No. 1 Main St. Westfield, N. Y. Your Drug Wants. can be better looked after here thanat most drug stores because our stock is one of the largest and best in Chau-tauqua County. Licensed Pharmacists to attend to your Prescriptions. Youvvill get the right thing at the right price, if you come here for it. 12 19 & Cowan, pers Tower Mfg & Novelty Co, 25 4 00 gross crayons Ottaway & Munson, Co Clerk's fees jj J L Waterman, 88,600 lbs coal. 126 25 A L Irons, truant officer 11 75 Westfield Republican,stationery, rPtg, etc.... E F Vernon, material for gymnasium5 75 Drug Specials This Week. A Serious Accident Always Busy Fresh Drugs A seriouB accident happened Sunday afternoon opposite the school house in the Cochrane district, west of Ripley, William Ticknor, his wife and her sister Edna Craig were driving weel on the Main road with one horse and a single buggy they saw a trolley car approachiug them at a rapid rate of speed and turned ont to the side of the road while it passed them. When the car was a short distance away, the horse .sprung forward and attempted to cross the track in front of the car, by that time the car was upon them, and the horse ran head first into the end of ihe car. striking the car about half way hetween the centre of the' vestibule and the outside of the car. His head broke through the boards of the vestibule. The horse was killed instantly, its neck being broken. The carriage stood on two wheels and was turned completely around. ...THE DRUGGISTS... x bottle Kidney ar\d Liver Cure $1.00 I bo..je Bark and Iron Bitters $1.00 I box Sorbidol the great poultice 25c Opposite P. O. Phone No. 2. 1 bottle Red Cross Blood Elixir $1.00 1 bottle Sarsaparilla 1.00 size, 75c 1 box Little Liver Pills, 25c 14 45 Rexall Talcum Powder. Chloride of Lime. (The 3 for $2.00) 6 30 No better made and the price is economical. 15 cents a box. Fori tired, tender and swollen feet, sift in the shoes and get immediate relief. An excellent disinfectant if fresh. Worthless if old. We have a case just in this week, in 5, 10 and 15 cent sizes. (The 3 for $1.75.) 201 11 Upon motion these bills were allowed and ordered paid. 1 bottle Boston Hair Tonic 50c l bottle Witch Hazel 15c I Hair Brush 25c (The 3 for 75.) 1 bottle Kreso Disinfectant 50c 1 bottle Household Ammonia 10c 1 lb. Moth Balls 10c. (The 3 for 60c.) Floor Finishes. Hess Stock Food. Moved by Flagler that the Board committee ascertain the cost of equipping the school hall with electric lights and and seats, and report at the next regular meeting. Carried. Moyed by Schoenfeld that the clerk prepare contracts and present same to the teachers elected and allow them until the next regular meeting to signify their acceptance or declination of the positions tendered them. Carried. Fresh stock from quick selling. We have had three lots of it so far this year. Beware of wormy and stale packages of slow selling kinds. Hess Food is one of the very few approved by the U. 8. Government. Used by most Stock Owners in this viciuity. Floor Paint, 8 shades, hard and quick drying. Japalac, all colors. Stain Floor Varnish, all sizes. Permanere Floor Varnish. Marnot Floor Varnish, Mar phy's Floor Varnish, Grippen's Crevice Filler, Johnson's Floor Wax. I quart bottle Canada Malt Whiskey Full Pound Boxes Petrolatum as good as Vaseline, 25c. $1.00 I quart bottle Overholt Rye Whiskey Laxa Cara—Practically the same as Castoria. Bring in your Castoria bottles, we will fill them for 15c., a saving of 20c upon every bottle. $1.00 1 quart California Port Wine Free. (The 3 for $2.00.) CEDAR Shake among you furs aud flannels and in- EL/\KESt sure them against moth damage. Clean to use lOc and of proven safety. BOA. Moved by Douglas that the matter of employing the kindergarten, music and extra teacher for high school be left with the school committee with power to act. Carried. Great Bargains in Stationery and Envelopes. None of the occupants vras injured. How the escaped is a miracle. Had there been a moment more time the horse and carriage would have been on the track and undoubtedly the occupants would have met instant death. The car was running about eighteen mile* an hour when it •truck the horee. We are selling a 4X quality of Envelope that other dealers charge you ioc a package for 5c a package. 120 sheets excellent Commercial Note paper for 25c. Moved by Schoenfeld that the matter of procuring reading books, brushes and water colors for the eighth grade be referred to the visitation committee, also the matter of replaolng worn oat books in Miss Galloway'* grade" be referred to the library committee. Carried. Upon motion the Board adjourned. Q. 8. F&aolbb, Clerk. New Books. Souvenir Postal Cards. The Clansman; Millionaire Baby; Prospector; Fanny Crosby's Life Story; Return of Sherlock Holmes; Over All Boys, by the author of Sonbonnet Babies's Primer. The Simple Life. 25 We have added a view of the High School. Our set of souvenir cards, the first in has been highly Joommended.Royal Percale Linen and French Dimity Linen at 25c per pound. Same special things in Crane's, Marcus Ward's, and Whitney's Linen Papers in boxes of one quire each with the wallet flap envelope to match. Get into the Band Wagon and join the procession of thrifty people that do their trading at the Central Drug Store. You will get the goods you «k for and the quality and the lowest price. It is no dream. M. A. LYON. Saturday Candy. —It ia rumored that the Fanner Medicine Company is about to neve ita plant to Tidloute, Pa. It employ* about' forty hands. No Mama is attached to the motorman, Mr. Tripp as Mr. Ticknor says ha conld not hold the horse and say* no one is to Mam* hat the horse. Posy SMtfs. * We have doubled oar order for next Saturday, that no one may be disappointed. Foil pounds of 80 oent qo4- it? * ttMBtoa boi. Nona too early to pleat a#eet pen seed for beet reenlta. We have no old seeds to offer. Brerjraeed will grow.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1905-04-05|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1905-04-05|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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