Westfield Republican, 1905-05-31
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®!)C iDtsificii) Hep tt bit can WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N\ Y.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1905. VOL LI. NO. 11 Orders for private families filled j MEMORIAL DAY. Executive Committee Appointed ICE CREAM.—Made from pure cream promptly. The committee which will have charge of it uf the coming firemen's tournament has beeu named and has chosen etails LYON'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE THE OCCASION WAS FITTINGLY OB SERVED HERE the following i (licer? Chairman, John Arthur Pieflenbach: G >llnilz; secretary, PHONE NO. SO 1'ubile Kvercisen Were lli-lil at The I'ai- ami WiNttlflil teiucterief, uitil treasurer, A. E Taylor tlie (irnves \v«>r« l>ecorm«*tl by. School It is expected that from thirty to forty ] out of town companies will he invited. If I sufficient cue urMs;emetit is received this j fhililrt-n. eloquent Address**.* A\ ere Deli*- ml event wil exceed auv similar affair Paint your buildings with the Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint, the paint that goes the farthest and lasts the longest. The only paint that has been analyzed by the State Chemist and nounced absolutely pure church was crowded to its full c.ipaeiiy by (>,i his' Sunday tveninu the I ever held here Negligee Shirts. :tnxh>tis to show iheir love ami re \\ *Mlu-ltl i lul» Men's spect to the survivors of the civil war and An extra shoot of the Gnu Club was their fallen comrades, who sacrificed s held on Decoration Pay at which time a handicap match took place for a silver cup presented by the cltib. It was won bv Iiuuli C Wilson with a score of 7;?. The choicest, most select styles in town. 10 dozen fine Madras Shirts, assorted patterns, pro- rniirh f.>r our liberty. The church was hindsjmelv decorated with the national at- tached and detached cuffs Exct ptional values at$i oo. 5 dozen extra fine Madras and Cambric Shirts, plaited bosoms, detached cuffs *i 25. Linen Collars 2 for 2sc. I'lte services were in charge of the Tin* «cort"s itrc as follows: H. C. Wilson 7:i Handicap II. C. Miller t')2 W. F. Hopper f>1 li Tliomp.-nu t'.O 15. Jones H. Wrattcu ptstor, Rjv. Hnnrr F. Yule. Rev (; L. M tcClelland rest! Uie scripture lesson au«l Rev. II,trace McKinnev offered prayer. Special music was rendered by a quartette c imposed of Prof. D.cksin, J II. Kinaey, Charles Person and lieorge Sawin. The members of William Sackett Post Ci. A. R , and the Fire Department intended in Scratch Handicap WALL PAPER.—This month has been a record breaker in our Wall Paper Department. People know a good thing when they see it. Our low prices and great variety of patterns has been the drawing card We want one month more of busy work in this department before the spring season closes. We will make it for your interest to keep us busy. Come in and get prices Scratch Handicap Ties 25 and 50c F Brockwav F. Clark F. W. Johnston Dr. Seymour T. Woslier •Tas. Ivinner M. Dongl as. H. Douglas C. M. Hamilton 51 51 51 Hammocks, a body This is the opening ol the season for Hammocks. As usual we have a full assortment. Values range frcm $i 48 to $4 75. The address of the evening was given by the pastor of the church, Rev. H. F. V11e, ami was a plain, straight f >rwaid gospel sermon. He said the veterans had not c une to listen to a tl >wery discourse by him, but to liear tlie gospel. After speaking feelingly of the good work accomplished by the soldiers of the late war, the speaker sp ike earnestly and plainly of t le evils that now threaten this Country, 4!) 4'.1 42 41 Scratch As trie score shows Mr. Hopper did the best shooting, with H E Wratteu St'COUtl. Wall Paper and Carpets at Low Prices. Sfiencr Tesilier loi^-Hued At a meeting of the Board of Education held last evening, Arthur S. Ilurrell of Buffalo *as I'tlYred the position of scieuee teacher at a salary of £000. It is expected that hf will accept. Mr. Hurreli comes highly rec ommenued, having graduated from Syracuse 111 1901 and for the past year having been chemist for the Lackawanna Steel Co. He is understood to be also capable of taking the lead in athletics and ought to prove a valuable addition to our High School faculty. If in the market for these goods you will do well to look at Pitts' before deciding. We show the broadest, most complete assortment at the lowest prices. sii-'h as senatorial dignity, graft, industrial disturbance, divorce anil the saloon, and HAMMOCK SEASON HAS ARRIVED.-W s i.ave 80tnenood ones cheap. ALBUMS FOll SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS. - popular. Come iu und look them over. EVAPORATED SWEET CREAM.—The Higland Brand, swset cream that will keep iu any climate. Delicious for table use, Junket Tablets and Liquid Rennet make quick and palatable desserts Extract of Beef makes a delicious bouillon to serve at dinner. We have all the leading kinds. pointed out plainly our duty to our country in meeting them F(jiiarelv and overthrowing them, as the soldiers had met the i-sue of slavery and overcime it. —They are becoming v Two New Open Stock Dinner Patterns. A pure sterilized The new "Eclipse Blue'Ii.li mixatfd." Johnson Bros.' English porcelain, an especially fine ware in every way, 100 piece dinner set for *17 oo. MKMUIUAL I)AV The day came in with leaden skies, but cleared tin about !' o'clock and a detach SPIRO POWDER—It destroys the odor that cornea from pei'spiratiou, thoroughly antiseptic aud one of the moat popular of toilet powders. FLAX, QUINCE AND CUCUMBER CREAM keeps your bauds aud I soft aud free from wrinkles. face ment of the Post drove to Farrington cem eterv, where memoriel services were held. The graves were decorated by the children and an able and eloquent address was de livered by Rev. Horace McKinnev. Miss Cora House acted as marshal. M iss R >se Watson asked to be released from her contract as Kindergarten teacher having been offered s better position at Dunkirk. Her request was granted and the vacaucy thus caused will be tilled lat- The "Stratford Assortment," red, - illumi nated, Cambridge, England, semi-porcelain, a new coloring and very desirable, 100 piece dinner set fat $14.50. Odd pieces of either of these assortments at proportionate prices. brown In the Drug Department Seidlitz Powders—3 powders in a neat box for 10c. Sterilized Extract of Malt—One of the best made. 15c. per bottle or 81.50 per dozen. Just about half tbe regular At 1:30 p. in. the Post assembled at the Post room. The parade was formed at 2 p. m., on the park, iu the following order:er. The contract for the season's coal was awarded to S. C. Crandall whose bid Beef, Iron and Wine, full pints, 50c. a bottle. was Oy a ton price Kubhed the Church, BOSTON HAIR TONIC—50c. The beet Hair Tonic made. Gould's Witch Hazel, 25c. per pint. Triple distilled. Talcum Powder, 10c. bottle. Cipt. G. T. Jewe't, Marshal, Citizens Band. William Sackett Post 324 (r. A. R Veterans, not members of the Post Veterans in carriages. Westtield Fire Department. Village President and Trustees in Carriages. Clergy in carriages. James Kenney broke into St. James Catholic church Saturday evening about 8;M and stole therefrom the chalice, ciborium and luna of ostensorium. He immediately tried to dispose of the stolen articles to several of the Italian residents and finally did sell them to Tony Dolce for the nominal sum of fifty cents. Tony had previously been informed that they were stolen church property and after buying them engaged Kenney in conversation until he could secure an officer. Deputy Sheriff Davis was finally located and came and took the culprit in charge. He was arraigned before Justice Powers and waiving examination was held to await the action of the grand jury. IMPORTANT—The Pitts' rebate passes must be shown at the time of purchase or no discount will be allowed. DANDERINE, for freeing the scalp from dandruff. 25 and 50c. per bottle. CRYSTAL VELVET.—The ; most elegant preparation for the 25c. per package. FORMOLID—The same as Listerine. 50c. a pint. || | DITTO 21 22, 23 MainSt, 111 L. Til Id Westfleld, New'York OSAGE INDIAN REMEDY.—The great Indiau Root and Herb Tonic, non-alcoholic. 81-00 bottles for 25c. up to June 10th, when the special rate ceases. A great health restorer within the reach of all for a little money. The line of march was down Main street to the cemetery, where the graves were decorated by school children followed by the usual G. A. K. exercises. Citizens DOWNICIDE.—The Spray for Grape Vines, Potato Vines, Fruit Treee, Etc. The most powerful insect destroyer known, It kills all worms, mould aud scale without harming the most delicate fruit or plant. One 50-cent package added to 50 gallons of water will spray an acre of vines. We are hendquarters for Blue Vitriol, Paris Green, Lofldon Purple, Bordeaux Mixture, White Hellebore, Whale Oil Soap, Etc. CORNER DRUG STORE The speaker of the day, Hon. Robert L. Cox. of Buffalo, was then introduced and made a splendid address appropriate to the occasion. He spoke particularly of the significance of the day calling attention to the events which gave birth to the idea. He said that no legislation was needed, but the mere suggestion was immediately caught up by the people everywhere and it was only afterwards that the day was made a holiday by enactment of Congress. The day should be observed not only in loving memory af the valor and sacrifice of those who have passed away, but because of its influence in maintaining the spirit of true patriotism in succeeding generations. He called atten tion to the fact that the great majority of those before him were there not because ot any personal interest, but because of their general interest in all that the day commemorates. It was well that time and events had well nigh com plet«ly healed the wounds that the war inflicted and now soldiers of the bine ana gray unite to do honor to their comrades each of whom fought for the right as they saw it. In the providence of God the Spanish-American war had proven a great factor in bringing about the much desired result for in that war men from the north and the south fought side by side and came to know and understand each other better. The great question for us to consider is our duty to the country which these brave men have preserved for us. The Revolutionary war was the birthday of this country but real liberty for all was not secured until we had passed through the baptism of civil strife. It is for us, the living, to emulate the example of those whose memory we hold dear by giving our country the same loyal devotion and service. In this way can we best show forth the real significance of this memorial day. We carry a full line of Drugs and Patent Medicines. We are having a large sale of Liquozont, have just received a fresh lot. Our White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup is a very popular seller with us. Our stock is always fresh, we buy nothing but the best. Great Sale on Cops and Saucers. This act was all the more reprehensible owing to the fact that Father Corbett had been very kind to Kenney having given him work and helped him in various ways for some time past. We purchased a full case of fine decorated Cups and Saucers in order to secure the quantity price. They are regular 25c. goods, but you can have them for 15c. each or $1.50 a doz. Hoard of Trade Meeting No. 1 Main St. Westfield, N. I A very interesting and important meetiug of the Board of Trade was held last eveuing in the Trustees' rooms. H. L. Kent, president, presided. A large crowd was in attendance, in fact the room was full of members. M. A. LYON. President Kent stated that iu as much as Mr. Broadhead has applied for a franchise to construct and operate a trolley line in our village, that it was a subject for consideration by the Board of Irade. He believed that the board should show an expression on the project. He heartily favored the granting of the franchise with as few restric lions as possible in it. He said he would like to have the track next to his curb so he could step off on to the car without crossing the street. It Will Pay You to Trade With Us, WE HAVE A NICE ASSORTMENT Lamb & Cowan, OF GOODS io PER CENT. OFF ALL HATS THIS WEEK. Always Busy. - Fresh Drugs ...THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P. O. Phone No. 2. Mr. Byrou Fenner, who lives across the street endorsed everything Mr. Kent had said, but thought Mr. Kent selilsh in the matter of locating the track as be wanted it on his side of the street. E. J . MACOMBER Welch's Grape Juice. Spiro. South Side Main Street. WESTFIELD. N. Y. A borne product that has made Westfield knowu to 1 be euda ot the earth. We are giad to leud our support to this largest West field industry. Drink Welch's Grape Juice at the fonntaiu or take a bottle home. Sample size 5c. A deodorant powder for perspiration. Oar customers who have used it for years call it indispensable. 25c. a box. Mr. Albert Peirce, J. R. Fay, J. C. Hale and several others spoke along tba same line. Everyone was in favor of tbe road and as a result of the discussion the following motion was unanimously adopted SPECIALS ! Straw Hat Cleaner. Enough for 8 hats. 20 cents a box. Moved, that it is the sentiment of the Board of Trade of the Village of Westtield, N. Y.. that we favor the granting of a franchise to Mr. Broadhead with only such restrictions as are necessary to conserve to the interest of the Tillage. Mahogany finished Rockers, rubbed 00 and polished 4^ Buffalo Ice Cream. We serve at the Fountain the well known Hood Gould and Hoefler Ice Cream made in Special music was rendered by a male quartette composed of G. F. Dickson, Grant Hover, (Jhas. Persons and W. B Lindsay. After which the service was brought to a close with the benediction pronounced by Rev. Horace McKinney. After returning from the cemetery the Citizens' Band gave a fine concert in the park which was greatly enjoyed by all. A copy of this resolution will be sent to Mr. Broadhead and to the Village Board of Trustees. Solid Oak Taborettes, 75c. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year on motion of J. C. Hall; President, H. L. Kent; Vice. President, VV. R. Douglas; Treasurer, O. L. Ingalls; Secretary, D. K. Falvay. Buffalo Carefully made from pure cream in a clean factory. Orders filled for any quantity delivered at your own home, at 30 cents a quart. Solid Oak Parlor Table, 24 in. top $1.50. Quartered Oak Dining Chair, hand (P7 woven cane seat, per set. V ■ For Sale. One Ladies' Bicycle Crescent $35.00 model, price $15.00. Jno. R. Fay. Lawn Swings, hardwood $3.90 A Big Fir* Trusses. 20 Mule Team Borax. causes loss. Many cannot afford to insure their property on account of the High Rates charged by "Board Ins. Companies." Before your insurance expires or if you want additional insurance see me and get rates that will save you fully twenty per cent on what yon now pay. D. K. Falvay, Agt. Watch for our Special Bargains This is transported across the plaint with auto wagons instead of the picturesque male teams, but the Borax is just as good. Four oases just reoeived. Try a quarter pound box at a nickel. —A dispatch from Paris says the body of Judge Albion Tourgee was cremated there in the presence of Arthur Bailey- Blanchard, second secretary of the American embassy. Mrs. Tourgee will bring the aehee to May ville. A new lot juBt in. ■ We can fit difficult cases, A. 11 kinds of Celts, Supporters, Shoulder Braoes, Orutohes and »ek room sapplies. Toilet Tables next. J-EL TT AT.T.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1905-05-31|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1905-05-31|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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