Westfield Republican, 1905-09-13
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(T|)c iUcetfitlti Republican WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1005. NO. 26. VOL. LI. Recollections of the quality remain long after the price is forgotten. It is our aim to give you always best quality at bottom prices. SPEAKER NIXON BETTER About 800 people represented WestSeld at Orchard Beach yesterday. Had it not been for the cloudy morning and the heavy rain on the day before fully two tnousanb people would have taken advantage of the low rale and an opportunity to spend a day pleasantly visiting friends and neighbors. As it was all those who went had a good time and lots of fun. The stores all closed during the day and the moral support of the merchants given the under- WE3TFIELD'S OUTING. Speaker Nixon was taken seriously ill Monday evening at about 11 o'clock. His host of friends all over the State will be glad to learn that he is now on the road to I VOW'S CENTRA L 1 VJ1 1 O DRUGSTORE reci verv PHONE NO. 80 Work Goiuiiiencctl The Chautauqua Traction commenced work on its extension to Barcelona last Thursday, The line is now surveyed and stakes set. FOR THE GRAPE SEASON. Fleece Lined Waitings ALL COLORS OF STAMPING INK. .iking. Glass lamp complete 25c each Special Box Stationery. Porcelain bowls 5,10 and 15c each whiti- Wvckoff k Porcelain meat platters '25c each We purchased of \\ hiU, Wyckott Porcelain plates 10c each , qHij ()f Holyoke, Mass., their quantity lot ol Bo! Papers I. 8« lb. Water pitchers 15, 25 and 50c each quantity price. The paper is 15c quality. Glass tumblers 30c doz. A mi uitl Meeting The crowd started at 9:o0 in the morning and kept going all during the day until about 5 p. m. when the crowd reached The annual meeting of the Chautauqua County Society tor the Prevention of Cruelty to Children will be held at the Sherman House. .Jamestowu, on Wednesday, September 13lh, 1905, at 2 o'clock p. m. This society has done good work in the past in this town through its representatives Mesdamea. Q. W, Patterson, E. A. Skinner and R. G. Wright, and the work will be vigorously pushed in the future, and any one knowing of any parties guilty of acts of cruelty against children are requested to hand in complaints to Mrs. Patterson and they will be promptly brought to the attention jof the Society and steps taken to punish the guilty. :s height ...aijd Flannelette?... Family baskets well tilled with good things to eat were opened at noon time and all enjoyed the picnic dinner. White caps and saucers 10c each Decorated cups and saucers... loc each Pepper and salt shakers. .10 aud,15c each y0(J can ave jt witli either the sciuare Glass sauce dishes 50c doz. j China sauce dishes SI doz. i or loDg envelopes. Our Price 10c per Box. The Merry-go-ronnd was running lively. The Westtield band was playing and the woods rang out with music and laughter. After luncheon the program of the day was started. We are showing a full line of these goods for autumn wear. Values are very much better than last Our line of fine correspondence paper is uneqnaled. It consists of everything SCHOOL have secured some of tbe- thlI?gs in tables ami note books put out by tbe manufacturers plete of any ever shown in Westfitid. Over 100 kinds of 5o tablets and note books to select from. Over CO kinds of 10c tablets to select from. With every 25c worth of tablets we give a jeweled pencil-a beauty worth preserving. And stangely enough the first fast thing was the Fat Man's race. The first prize was won by Arthur Tennant, the second by V. A. Kent. The sack race was amusing, Howard Buttery capturing first prize and Dr. Dieflenbach second. season. Fleece Lined Waistings at 10 and 15c. Flannelettes 8 and 10c. The Last Game The Hoop race was a pretty race, best two in three winning the prize. Harold Kolpien was the lucky boy in this race. CARPETS, MATTINGS AND OIL CLOTHS FOR FALL IN THE DRUG DEPARTMENT. OUR CHOLERA CURE I" a never fulling remedy tor bowel ''""eXCELSIOrTiNIMENT-I" the gre.t pain cnre whether Internal or "''LISTERINE-WeTAVpTaclSy the eame thing in bnlk for 50c per pint, or if want to pay exfi. for the name, we bare L,».eme ,n 26c and SI bottles You save half by purchasing the bulk goodB. SORBIDOL-The ever ready poultice; the best preparation of its kind ever made. It cares all inflammation by absorption. It is half the price o e other kinds and better than any of them. Ask your doctor. eytract OF MALT-Ib a great health tonic, we nave soia a gruoo f°.r,,s £ UmgpAFI NE-For sealing up your jelly and fruit cans. It is the most isfactory of anything yet for the purpose. The season of Westfield base ball will end with the game Saturday with a strong team from Dunkirk. Our stock of Carpets, Mattings, Oil Linole urns for Fall is the most complete. Conditions of the market warrant higher prices, but we own our present stock, former prices and will continue to sell at the same low rate of prices. The Pitts store never fails to show a satisfying line of these goods: Cloths and This will be the last chance to Bee the Fair champions, as Miller leaves for home after the game and several of the boys go away to school the tirst of the week. Clifford Davis won first prize and Wilson Hopson second in the three legged race. In the foot race for little girls under twelve, Audrie Cameron was first, Mary Thomas second and Marion Kent third. We understand that some things are to be pulled off at this game that won't appear on the bills. All of Westfield should turn out to this game and help the boys ont financially as there have been but few games when the receipts have been more than the disbursements and they certainly deserve a liberal patronage. The Hop Skip and Jump contest was won by Howard Buttery first, E. H. Overton second. Christ Piehl won first in the Douglas prize for having the largest number of members present, by 10. Fred Morganstern had 7 present and won second. China Mattings at 15c. Jap. Mattings at 25c. Hemp Carpets 15c. Granite Ingrains 25c. Union Ingrains 39c. All Wool Ingrains 55c. Extra Supers 6c and 70c. 9x12 Tapestry Rugs *15. 9x12 Ingrain Rugs $9.00. Oil Cloths, all widths, at 25 The Judges in the baby show had their greatest trouble when it came to deciding which was the handsomest baby present. Ttfere was a fine display of extremely pretty babies held up to the judges to pick from. They said that they regretted that there was not a prize for each of the pretty babies. After some delay the prize was awarded to Christopher Berkholder for being the prettiest baby in the opinion of the judges. Mayor Gibbs, John Neill, and Dr. Welch were the judges. The first two mentioned are well qualified to decide all such questions, both being unmarried. In the ball game much sport was enjoyed by all. The side captained by Dr. S. A. Brown won over H. W. Douglas' team by a score of 28 to 11. Mr. H. C. Wilson won the box of cigars given by W. H. Harper for making the most runs, making a total of five. DR. SMITH'S HORSE W At the Chautauqua County Fair on Thursday afternoon a stallion race was advertised, but the only stallion entered was King Gothard. A match race was substituted. Distance one mile, best three in five: purse $125.00. It was won by King Gothard, owned by Dr. C. W. Smith of this place, in straight heats. Harley J. was second, .Molly W. third, and Topsy fourth. Time 2:34}/; 2:342:3454. This was one of the best races of the fair. and 30c per square yard. Linoleums $1 and 81.25 per lineal yard. sati Oil Cloth squares 5-4, 0-4, 8-4. FEVER THERMOMETERS. HOUSE FURNISHING AND CROCKERY. These stocks are being filled with new supplies to meet the demands of the grape growers at this season. Low prices on staple articles. We have just received a case of fever thermometers. Every one has been tested to conform to the U. S. Government standard and are sold upon a positive guarantee. ROYAL AUSTRIAN CHINA Death of Mrs. Haines School Supplies of Every Sort. In dinner sets, tea seats, or in single pricelots if you want them that way. The most beautiful white and gold decoration ever placed upon the market, as fine as French China and at half the price. We purchased an import case of the goods and our prices are right. Mrs. Martha M. Haines, wife of Austen Haines, died at the family home at Blockvine, Wednesday evening at 11:45 o'clock aged 75 years. Besides the husband, she leaves two sons, F. M. Haines of Hutchinson, Kan., and F.B. Haines of Panama; two daughters, Mrs. R. D. Powers of Westtield and, Mrs. Bertha Slayton of [ Blockville; four brothers, Alonzo Baker .'of (Jonneautville, Pa.; Herron Baker of ' Clymer; William Baker, Columbus, Kansas and Solon B. Baker, of Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Lucretia Lincoln of Mason, Mich., and Mrs. Cecilia Barker, of Lone Oak, Ark. The fuueral was held from the late home Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The balloon ascension was very fine II I PITT? 21. 22, 23 Main St., 1,1 L' r 1 1 1 ° Westfield, New York. MOTORS ORDERED, THE PAINT SEASON l.uKe hliuru Kuud Adopts I.,ocal I men tionn* Will llave Twenty-live of tlie <;aBoliue Motor* rerfected l>y liertrauil jl, iouuc anil, !• rank L. Chase President F. L. Chase of the Chautauqua Lake road has reason to feel happy tor the Lake Shore people have ordered 25 ot the gasoline motors which he, with lJertrand M. Young, have perfected and which will be used on the Chautauqua Lake road next summer. The cars ordered by the Lake Shore people will be operated ou the L). A. V. «v .P. road, which is controlled by the Lake Shore, it is possible too, that experiments will be made on tlie main line. The story is told in the Buffalo Express as follows: "The Lake Shore has ordered 25 gasoline of tue type perteutcd by President Cnase of the Jamestown, Chautauqua & Lake Erie. The letting oLeueh a contract is evidence that VauUerbilt officiate are satistitd that President Chase bas perfeclcd a gasoline motor which will be practical for railroad operation. President Chase is a motor expert. His experiment or, the Jamestown Chautauqua & Lake Krie have been told of from time to time 111 the Express, days of competition by trolley lints, the gasoliue motor seems to be tlie onlv salvation tor the railroads to save I their revenues on branch lines and local •rattiy, Tiie trolley lines can afford to handle it much cheaper than steam roads cau handle it with locomotives. Such a has been recognized for sometime and experiments have been going on for the last few years. Some time ago the Harrlman lines developed a motor of great promise. "President Chase Uas been experimenting with his motors from the time trolleys started to cut into earnings. Operatingmen Kgree traffic can be handled by gasoj line cheaper than by electricity, but the problem has been to get a motor that will start a train without other assistance. President Chase has overcome that difficulty. "The motors will be used on the Dankirk, Allegheny Valley & Pittsburg and other branches. It will be possible to use them for local business on the main line without interfering with other trains. "The announcement that a practical gasoline motor has been perfected by the Lake Shore will come as a surprise to those who have insisted that the general policy of all the Vanderbilt lines haf been toward electricity. The New York Central officials have leaned that way, but the Lake Shore officials have been confident all along that gasoline motors can be made to do much better work. Their development has been slow, bat much more satisfactory results are expected. _ They are much cheaper. No expensive powerhouses, transforming systems or transmission lines are to be maintained, and the elements can interfere bat little. "The adoption of a successful gasoline motor by the Lake Shore lis far reaching in ita importance. It pata the Lake Shore a step ahead of the other line*, for the reaaon that none of them have yet reached the stage where they hare ordered a nun. ber of the machines for regular Mnrice.'i We have the paint at bottom pricen. White Lead, White, Ziof, Ouhre Venetian Red, and the celebrated Red Roof Paint, also tht Devoe' Lead and Zinc Paint, the paint that goes the farthest and lasts the longest—the best and most economical paint in use. LOOK AT SOME OF OUR, PRICES Our Wall Paper Clearance Sale gives all an opportunity to purchase good papers cheap. Ooii'fc niiss the chance. M. A. LYON. wal Ladies' Ribbed Underwear from ioc to 50c per A Growing Industry garment. Children's Muslin and Ribbed Under- The former Canning Factory, which is now being utilized by the U. S. Can- | ning Company for makiug tin cans for their numerous factories, is a busy place these days; and all indications point to its becoming our leading industry in the near future. At present nearly 40 employees are on the pay roll and this will be increased as new machinery, now on the way is set up. Laet week Manager Phiney ordered a time clock with a capacity for 250 employees, and while this does not mean that any such number of workers will be given employment at ouce, it is a clear indication that the management expects to give employment to many more than they are at present and is a hopeful indication to all who are interested in Westfield's industrial future. Last Saturday this facj tory turned out 12.101 completed cans. wear from ioc upward. Muslin Gowns 50c to FALL GOODS COMING IN. CORNER DRUG STORE S I • i o. Our Drugs and Patent Medicines are complete in every line. Just received a large line ol Stevens' Boro Talcum Powder, which is one ot the many Talcum Powders that we carry. We are agents for Rubel & Allegretti's Chocolates and Bon Bons, also Reymer's Candies, of Pittsburg. E. J . macomber South Side Main Street. WESTFIELD, N. Y. Lamb & Cowan, Westfield, N. i. Fresh Drugs No. 1 Main St. Always Busy ...THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P. O Phone No. 2. ERIE DISTRICT THE ROLL TOP DESK The following is the list of assignments for the Erie District of the Erie Methodist Conference for the ensuing yaer: The New Pharmacopoeia la our authority on drug standards since September 1st. All of our preparations are made to conform with its directions. We Nursery Lotion Kills all nits and parasites in the hair. Mighty useful sometimes. Per bottle 15 cents. Stamping Ink Dr. J. B. Espy, Presiding Elder. Albion—W? F. Flick. Asbury—P. P. Finney. Brocton—W. H. Overs. Chautauqua—E. W. Morton. Cottage—To be supplied. Cranesville—V. F. Dunkle. Dayton—J. D. Knapp. Dunkirk—L. L. Swisher. Erie, Cascade—G. J. Squier. Erie, F'irst Church—T. R. Thoburn Erie, Simpson—E. F\ Edmunds. Erie, Tenth St.—R. C. Smith. Erie, Wayne St.—VV. L. Flazen. Findley Lake—W. H. Fenton. Forestville—C. J. Baker. Fredonia—Bruce Wright. Girard—J. C. A. Borland. McKean—C. H. Inman. Mayville—B. A. Ginader. North East—J. F. Black. North Girard—M. A. Shipman. Perrysburg—O. B. Patterson. Phillipsville—Ira Scott. Portland—A. G. A. Buxton. Ripley—F. S. Neigh. Sheridan—S. G. Gillette. Silver Creek—N. A. White. Springfield—S. T. Davidson. Stpckton—W. H. Garnet. Volusia—H. W. Hunter. Waterford—F. A. Mills. Wattsburg—R. A. Parsons. Wesleyville—S. L. Mills. Westfield—Horace McKinney. In our front window is made by the firm that make For basket covers. Pint 50 cents, Small bottles 10 and 15 cents. the famous Gunn Sectional Book Case at Grand re always up-to-date. Rapids, Michigan. The drawer work is so smooth lead pencils. one of our customers thought they must run on The manufacturers claim it is the best rollers. Quartered Oak Desk on the market for the price, and we believe it is true. We also sell the Sectional We bought a large case direct from the factory and sell the pencil for which you pay 5 cents elsewhere at 3 cents. Book Case and will tell you about them later. Our Velvet pencil is the finest 5 cent pencil made. Our Venus Copying Pencil cannot be equaled for a nickle. Westfield, N. Y. J. E. HALL, —To Rent.—A high grade piano. Inquire at Republican office. —Pigs for tale. Enquire of Charles Homewcod. As a dressing for sores, bruises and barns Chamberlain's Salve is all that can be desired. It is soothing and healing in its effect. It allays the pain of a bora almost instantly. This salve is also a certain core for chapped hands and diseases of the skin. Price 25o. For sal* by Lamb A Cowan. Frames for Crayon Portraits. We have a good aasortment of 16x20 framea in light and dark oak and ebony ready made, or we make any moulding to order. Books. Sky Pilot, new edition, 00c; Hans Brinker, new edition, 60c; Sandy, by author of Mrs. Wigg8» 85c All the new fiction with Tabord Inn exchange privilege, at $1.26, —If you want a 913 single harneei come and see my 910 harness before yon buy. I also harea good stock of fly nets aad . lap dnsters. Hbjtrt Axumuir. —Fob Sals.—A parlor coal atova at a moderate price. M. A. Lyon.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1905-09-13|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1905-09-13|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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