Westfield Republican, 1905-12-27
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She Ulcslfidii iltpttblitftit VOL. LI. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1905. NO. 41 CHAUTAUQUA PIONEER GONE COURIER CORRECTS ERROR The Drug Store of Westfield. The following correspondence published in l'he Buffalo Courier December 2(3, explains tbe article published December "20 in the same piper: J. Frxnl<llt> Hunt IHetl Rt Ills Homo nenr Chautauqua on Tliurodav Alteruoon Best Service. Best Goods. Honest Prices J. Franklin Hun'., onu of tbe leaders iu the Chautauqua movement, and a man of wide influence, died at his home near Chautauqua at 1:30 Thursday afternoon. He had been sick smce November 1st, having been attacked with heart trouble on his return from a meeting ol the Board ot Trustees of Chautauqua Institution, of whjeh he was a meinbei, in liutlalo at that time. ! VON'S CENTRA L I vl 1 vJ drugstore Westtield, X. Y , Dec. 23, 1905 Buffalo Courier: (ieutlemen:— Permit me to call your attention to a mistake ot your reporter iu writing up the case of Hoy vs. Hoy in your issue of December '20th. 1 have on ly just ascertained the actual facts, of which I was totally ignorant before, and hope that you will feel inclined to do me the justice of publishing the enclosed letter of Mr. Palmer of Dunkirk, plaintifT's PHONE NO. 80 Mr. Hunt whs born Mutch 12, 1838. He was uumarried, aud leaves as bis sole surviving near relative one sister, Mrs. John H. Prendergast, of May ville. Tiie funeral was held trom the Hall of Philosophy, Sunday, at 2 p. m. After Christmas Clearing Christmas Aftermath. counsel At Cost and Less. A clearing up sale of odds and ends from one of the best Christmas sales in all onr history. You can have any odd piece in our stoie for just what it cost us. How about securing some of these goods for Yours truly, F. B. Brewer Mr. Huut was vice president of the State 13auk at May vuie. He was a graduate iu the class of 1900 of the Chautauqua Literary aud Scientific Course aud was president of the class. A civil engineer by profession, he was instrumental iu laying out the grounds at Chautauqua, and he had also laid out the grounds of several other Chaulauquas iu the West. I was not alone iu Chautaruqua afl'ai 8 that Mr. iiuut busied himself, lie was a representative ot the town of Chautauqua n the Board of Supervisors for a number of years. But it was his fortune to be identified with the Chautauqua movement from the beginning, lie aud nis sister aud brother-in-law resided upon the remainder of the original farm which contained the old camp meeting grounds, aud later the complete Chautauqua. He had been superintendent and director of the grouuds and buildings and had held other positions in this connection, being a trustee at the time of his death. Christmas is past and all the left-overs will be closed out at very little prices. We cannot afford to carry them over, so offer them to you at bargain prices. And among these Christmas novelties and toys are some of the biggest bargains you ever saw. Dunkirk, N. Y,, Dec. 23, 1905. Buffalo Courier, Buffalo, N. Y., Gentlemen:— NEW YEAR GIFTS? We think everybody knows our store from the crowds we entertained during the past three weeks. Once having visited it you know the class of goods we keep for sale Iu your report of the esse of Hoy vs. Hoy, in your issue of December 20th, the following item occurred: "Hoy presented affidavits which showed the commission of the statutory offense on the part ot the plaintiff, and — .Frank B. Brewer and This statement, so far as Mr. Brewer is concerned, is an error, and does him great injustice. In all the papers, affidavits or statements made, his name was used but once, and then only as the employer of one of the parties to (he suit. There are odds and ends in china, in books, in vases, in pictures, in lamps, in fine perfumes, in fancy toilet cases, etc. It will give us pleisute to show them to you. It will be a satisfaction to you to have these goods at wholesale prices Just what we paid for them. Picture Framing—There will doubtless be numerous pictures to frame that friends have sent you. We can do the work now that the ruth is over. We were so crowded with this work before Christmas that we had to turn some of it away. Here are a Few Items Selected at Random All our 10c toys at 7c. All our 15c toys at 10c. All our 25c toys at 15c. All our 50c toys at 35c. All our $1.00 toys at 75c. One only Smoking Set $4.25 at S3.00. Candelabra, regular price $1.00, $1 50 and $*.35, at 75c, $1.29 and $1.98. Pictures, regular price 25, 50, $1.00 to $3.25, at 19, 38, 69. 75c and $2.98. Lamps, all prices, at 25 per cent discount. Glove boxes, special, at 98 and 19c. Toilet sets, special, at $1.98 and $1.19. We have a few furs left which we will close at 1-3 off regular price. I was counsel for plaintiff, and have all the papers in my possession, which I am ready to submit to you, if you require any further proof of the accuracy of the above statement. In The Drug Line—A fresh supply of Vinol and Yinlax has just come to hand. To take Vinol means to keep well and strong. It is 110 experimen—one bottle will satisfy you as to its merits. Eczema—Is an annoying disease. It is quickly cured by the use of the Three D's. We have sold it with the best of results and can recommend it. Yours very truly. Net-son J. Pai.mf.r New Ilarber Shop He was universally loved ttnd respected, and will be mourned by m .ny to whom he had been a fr>end in need. I have opened my new barbershop over Sturgifc' Shoe Store. Everything new, clean and up-to-date Remember I cut hair at the old price 20c. Shall be glad to see my old friends and as many new ones as desire anything in my line. Our Drug Department—Is one of the reliable places in which to have your prescriptions compounded Nothing too difficult to understand. Its our business. We combine longest experience with best qualifications. Everybody licensed in our store. You will not get Peppermint Essence for Paregoric, as in a case that came under our observation recently from a place not many miles (?) away. Nor will you have to pay thirty cents an ounce for a Fluid Extract worth ouly fifteen cents an ounce. Election ot Otttcma Summit Lodge, No. 21SJ F. & A elected the toiluwing otliceis for the eusuing year: W. M.—F. P. Wolfe. S. VV.—J. E. McGintiiee. J. W.—S. E. PersoLs Treas.—Ben Boult. Htcy —Fred A. Pratt. M., Clem L. Powers All 25c Christmas novelties at 19c. All 50c and $1.00 novelties at 38 and 75. All novelties in china, regular fprice 25o, at 19c. W. C. T. U The W. C. T. U. had a very interesting meeting last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mre. C. E. Welch, at which time Miss Mosher told ofr the result of Our prices are based upon the cost of an article, and not upon the supposed ignorance in prices of the customer. A child would receive the same attention in a business way here as the President of the United ■t-» Suudtiy School Exurclsn The members ot the Presbyterian Sunday Sctiool will be given a sapper at the church parlors Friday ev»nmg at 5;30 o'ol"ck. Following Hie supper mere will be a literary anil musical entertainment in the Sunday School rooms. All novelties in china, regular 50c pieces, at 38c. he petition work, In New York State the W. C. T. U sueceeded in causing the passage of the Scientific Temperance Instruction law, whereby any school not complying with said law loses its public money; a law forbidding the sale of liquor on state or county fair grounds. The employment of women and girls as barmaids (There are now 50,000 girls acting as barmaids in England;) a law prohibiting the 6ale of liquor to boys under sixteen. Water sets, regular $1.25, at 98c Water sets, special, $1.38. States. The committee having the supper in charge report that they neeu cake.catibuge salad and brown hre.nl to complete their list. Those who desire to contribute will confer a favor by giving some one of these articles. We wish to thank our many friends for their onerous patronage during the past, and we shall try to make ourselves worthy of a continuance of the same. To each and all we extend a HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETING. These Special Prices are until Jan. i, 1906. H I PITTC 2122 Main St, Pi Ll ri' 1 J Westfield, New York- !►«-;»I li ot Mm. I'ilt li Mrj. Cleveland Kilcli, one of < ur rn wt estimable women, died lliuixl.iy un.rmi 15 ai the home ot her daughter, Mts (». M Mathews, of Brocton, alter a week's illness of pneumonia. Mrs. Fiteti wis about seventy years of age, and was buried on the fifty tirst anniversary of her marriage. The funeral was held Sunday from 1). N. Morse's on Spring stieet, Re* . Geo. L. MacOlellaud officiating She is survived by tliree dniigliteis: Mrs. 1>. X Morse, Mrs John A. Kiley of tins place, Mrs. (J. M. Mathews of Broriun, one son, Squire K. Fitch of Galeton, Pa.; two brothers, Jack Stauton of Ohio and Nelson Stanton of Pennsylvania and oue sister, Mrs. N F Button of this place. M. A. LYON. In a national way they are working tor the passage of the Hepburn-Dolliver bill, also urging a constitutional amendment prohibiting polygamy, and to perpetuate prohibition in Indian Territory. HAPPY NEW YEA Lamb Cowan, '## Injured By Train Take a day off next Monday and " Be Glad." If your carriage has been painted at this shop you'll have reason a plenty for gladness. If it hasn't been, remember that it's never too late to do good and send it along. I'll make room (or it, and it will pay you. <-A' Frank Lernley, a Western Union lineman, while at work last Friday forenoon under the Nickle Plate trestle was struck by a J., C. & L. E. train and severely bruised. He was taken to the Soules Hospital where it was found that outside of the possibility of internal injuries, he has escaped without serious injury. Two ribs were broken and he was considerably bruised. He is doing nicely at this writing. His home is in Rumona, Kausas. Fresh Drugs. Always Busy ...THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P. O. Phone No. 2. Ruth A. VanValkenburg Book Bargains. Odds and Ends. In the death of Ruth A. VanValkenburg, Mayville and the town of Chautauqua loses one of its oldest and best beloved citizens. Her maiden name was Ruth Adelaide Kelsey, whose parents, Elisha and Margaret Kenyon Kelsey, lived at Oswego, where she was born nearly SO years ago. Early in the year lbUU her parents came from Connecticut and first settled in Oswego. In lvjij they moved to Bercelona and a little later to a thmi wild and wooded farm between Westfield and Mayville. When but 10 years old slie received a certificate to teach school in the county and taught several years in the Bradshaw, Beaujean and Portage road districts. In 1S4S she married llenry VanValkenburg who lived with his parents at Barcelona, and was a prominent citizen in the town and county, llis early death occurred at his home in Mayville, in the year 1S71 at the age of 44 years. Besides his wife he left five daughters, Mrs. Mary Granger, Mrs. Harriet E. Kessel, Mrs. DeEtnma V. Tennant, j .Mrs. Myrtie B. Jones, Mrs. Frances V. 1 Flagler, all of whom, with nine grandchildren survive her, JOHN L. WHITE, West Main Remainder of 15c books at 10c. Balance of 35c E. P. Roe books 25c. j 35c half leather books 25c. Former $1.25 books, like David Harum, Sky Pilot, Right of Way, 50c. 25c Denslow picture books 15c. 1 Riley's Old Sweetheart,with Christy illustrations, §1.25 1 $3.50 cut glass perfume $2.38. 50c Flat Iron Building box paper 35c. 1 $1.50 mirror $1.00. ..OUR... St ereoptlcou Lecture. One lot hand bags half price. A short stereopticon lecture will be given at the Methodist Church next Sunday evening, subject, "Deaconess Work in Cleveland." Following the lecture a Wptch Night Service will be conducted closing at midnight with a consecration service. The famous "Glory Song," so very popular in the Torrey, Alexander meetings, will be sung by the choir and congregation. Those who have the Ladies' Home Journal will find this song in the November number. Bring your friends and with song and prayer we will watch the Old Year out and the New Year in. 25c Holiy box paper 15c. WHITE MAPLE KITCHE 1 military set $1.00, POSTAL CARD SCHOOL TABLETS. CABINETS A good ink school tablet with a cover made of two comic postal cards, perforated, ready for mailing. The tablet comes in two sizes and sells at 5 cents complete. Ordered for the Holidays were a little late in coming Stationery. For Your Entertaining. Drop in and see them Eatou-Hurlburt's regret size, box 25c. Eaton-ELurlburt Princesse linen, box 25c. Our famous Saturday Candy, lb. box Two Small Fires. . . REMEMBER . . 29c On Christmas night, about 9 o'clock, fire was discovered in the rear of the house formerly occupied by Henry Martin on English street. The alarm was given and prompt action on the part of our firemen saved ihe building with but nominal loss. Eaton-Hurlburt Highland linen 80c. Westfieid engraved paper, box 25c. Kara linen, pound 25c. Kara linen envelopes 10c. New Year Postal Cards 3 and 5c. Comic and New Year leather postals 5c. Woodland Dainties, lb. box 35c. Feuway Chocolates, lb. box 45c; half pound box 25c. Now is the time to buy furniture. Manufacturers all advancing the price, but you can buy anything we hi in stock at the old price. Welch Grape Juice, sample size 5c, half pints 15c, pints 25c, quarts 50e, half gallon 75c. Last night at about the same hour another fire occurred at the cottage of Miss AhU near the old paper mill, and although the firemen responded promptly the building was about totally destroyed. A large part of the contents was saved. Mrs. VanValkenburg was a communicant of St. Paul's Episcopal church of Mayvillc. The funeral occurred at the home of Mrs. Willis H. Tennant, Saturday afternoon at 2 P. M., conducted by Rev. John Dysart, rector of the parish. She possessed one of the kindest and sunniest of dispositions, always looking on the bright chccrful side of the affairs of life, always extending her sympathy, her charities and her helping hand to the unfortunate, regardless of their station of life, whether from hard luck or their mistakes, and never doing aught to wound or hurt the feelings of any. Few are they, who in declining years, are more fortunate in being surrounded with their children and their families than was Mrs. VanValkenburg. Fortunate indeed are any who are called away enjoying the respect, esteem, affection and love of so many, young and old, who have known them through life. Certainly Mrs. VanValkenburg's was the life of a most lovable and useful woman, and she was permitted to continue the same to the ripe old age of almost 80 J, E. HALL, WESTFIELD. N. DON'T COUGH. When you can remove the soreness and irritation by the use of Rexall Cherry Juice Cough Cure. It is the most satisfactory cough preparation ever sold in Westtield. Four ounce size 25c, eight ounce size 45c. We also sell the original White Pine. Four ounce 25c, 5 bottles #1.00. liaptlst Church ■"£13 The Christmas exercises of the Baptist Sunday School on Monday evening were unusually fine. Mrs. C. J.Labi had worked very hard in drilling the children in the music, and every part was well readered. Several of the young ladies gave a pretty wand drill. Santa Claus was extra good, as he came this year with his team of three cherubs, and sang and spoke. There weie presents for the children aud candv and nuts for all. The pastor was greatly surprised to receive a beautiful desk and the superintendent was as much surprised with a tine rocking chair. I. E. JONES, Prop. ■'or New Year gifts have the finest have ever | Drug | Q.lJ Look over our Leather and When Year After Year Derma-Aseptic Skin Lotion. The same people buy Hess' Poultry Uuequaled for Eczema, Salt Ilheum, Panocea and say that it pays to use it, pjmp]es, Cold Sores, Hives aud all we have uo hesitation iu recommending it. This is the lime to look after the roughness oi the skin. We sell it on a hens if you want to sell high priced positive guarantee from the makers and eggs. If you were skipped when we . r mailed our Poultry Book call and get cheerfully refund the price if any case is one. It's free. not benefitted, we i»a. PERFUME Toilet Good .• ry one knows ive the leaders in field. NO TOYS Agent Allegretti's For > claim the lead Price 50 cents a bottle. tionery this year. tUome aud see before you buy. — Candie: SPECIAL TOILET SOAP OFFER. Parme Violet Soap 10 cents cake, 25 cents a box. Compare it with any of the expensive violet soaps in every way. It has the real violet mild and healing to the skin and a good cleanser. Be sure to try it. Main St., Westfielcl, N. V —For Sale.—Corn in the ear.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1905-12-27|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1905-12-27|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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