Westfield Republican, 1906-01-24
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<TI)C taesttielO ticpublicnn VOL. LI. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1900. NO. 45. I VniVPS CENTRA L I U1 O DRUG STORE PIONEER GONE! PHONE NO. 80 - 9 " M^^H K >:4|JB jyj^^llll^^M ■ jit^ Our Great Reduction Sale of Wall Paper . . Is Now On . . A WHITE CARNIVAL AT PITTS' . . . FOR 10 DAYS . . . Over 10,000 Rolls of Select Paper at Half the the Regular Price. Can You Afford to Miss It ? Commencing FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. It is a good time to improve the interior of your homes. \\v have Liquid Veneer, Varnish Stains, Floor Stains, Japalao and Mixed 1 aiuts for your wood work, lloors and furniture, in cans of various sizes. New lot of Curtain Poles and Window Shades just arrived. No advance in prices on account of the upward tendency 011 these articles in the For years the most important business event following the holidays lias been our January White Sale. The values this season are matchless in spite of the very high prices now quoted on cotton goods of every description. Onr orders for these goods were placed mouths ago. How well the work was done is shown in the splendid array of white goods of every description going on sale this week at prices absolutely unrivaled, A Wealth of Dainty Undermuslin. Fine damask at 75c. Si, Si.25. Women's Muslin Drawers, hem- Napkins, 22 in , at SI and §1.25, stitched ruiHes, 25o. Napkins, 2i-in., at S12o, Sl.oO Women's Nainsook and Cambric to,£'rT , ,, drawers with lace and embroidered , <! "on_a) nr„ ,u J'n„e_n trimmed rutHe 50c, napkins at S3. oO and S3- '5, Women's Corset covers 15c. usually sold at $3.50, S4 and S4.50, Nainsook and Cambric French cor- Towels and Crash, set covers 25c. „ „ ... , , , . . „ fteneh ,tvle lo„g .loth and N.to- ne"rtSc e«X 8 sook corset covers, laco and embroi- T , • , , , * , , 1A 1r 0. dered trimmed 50c. * T" o th tOW6ls &t 10, 15, 2* More elaborate styles at 75c, 81 8Up °A ,f'40 , r a to SI 50 Cotton crash 5c per vard. Muslin skirts tucked and embroi- ,..AH Hnen crash special at 8 am ruille 80c. and SI.00. market. Vinol still leads as the great strength giving tonic, Livei Oil without the taste of the oil. Price &1.00. The Wine of Cod BURDOCK BLOOD TONIC . . . We have sold over £ gross in six days. Remember the special sale lasts only until Feb. 10. $1.00 bottles for 25c each up to that time, or four bottles for the price of one SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF REUBEN G. NEURAL6YLINE—A cure for Neuralgia for 2oc. If you arc. a sufferer don't delay in getting a box of the remedy. WRIGHT, ONE OF WESTFIELD'S MOST 10c Fine cambric skirts, lawu flounce, embroidered lactam! insertion trimmed 98c and $1.50. Bed Spreads. Ciochet bed spreads 59, 75c, $1 and $1.25. ANTI GRIPPINE TABLETS—A positive cure for La Grippe, Iufluenza and cold? of every description. Price 25c per box. ENTERPRISING AND SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS Nainsook and long cloth skirts, lace tucked flounces $2 50 to #1.50. Muslin gowns with tucked yoke 50c. LAXA CARA—Practically the same thing as Castoria. Bring in your empty castoria bottles. We will fill them for 15c. saving you '20c on every bottle. You would be surprised to know how many people are doing this. MEN Fringed crochet bed spreads $1 and $1.35. Marseilles bed spreads $1.89 aud $2 25. Reuben Ci rid ley Wright died in Westtield, N. Y., January 12fh, 190t>. he went to Sacramento to prepare for his journey home, and found the bank iu which he had his money, iiad failed, and he bad lost everything he had except the mule he had ridden down from the "diggins." There was nothing now to do but return, but wheu he went for his mule he found, that, too, had been stolen. He went back and came out with more money than he had the first time. Before his return to the States he showed his capacity for managing large enterprises by furnishing the city of Sacramento its wuer supply for four years. He returuedjUi Westtield January 1st, 1855. Cambric and long cloth gowns high, square and V shaped neck, lace aud embroidered trimmed $1.00, $1.25 and $1.38. BOSTON HAIR TONIC—Positively prevents the hair from falling out, keeps the scalp free from dandruff, and promotes a new growth of hair It is not a greasy preparation. The most cleanly and satisfactory of any thing in the market. Price 50c per bottle. Lace and Muslin Curtains and His father, Reuben Wright, came here from Connecticut, and his mother, Betsey M. (Seymom) Wright, was a niece of the late Governor Seymour. He was the last of a family of six children and was born July 1, 1824, in a little house still standing on the creek (lit above Iiorig's bridge, near where his father built and operated a rarding and clotU dressing mill. When Reuben was three years old his father moved to a farm a mile east of the village where he lived the lite of the average boy of the period. Piece Goods. A strictly new and up todate line for the coming season. Many new and novel effects in designs aud weaves suited to every style of decoration as well as the staple styles. Slip over gowns, extra fine Nainsook,elbow and loug sleeves, French effect lace and embroidered trimmud $1 50 to $2.00. HEADACHES—Are cured quickly by the use of our Headache Wafers Price 25c. We have never heard of a failure yet First Showing of White Goods. Everything will be white this year, waists, skirts aud suits. White Madras, 18o, 20c up to 50c. Pique 15 to 25e. Dimity 15, 18, 20 aud 25c. Dotted Swiss 25 and 50c. Embroidered Swisses 25 and 50c. Batiste 25 aud 50c. Persian lawns 25 and 50c. EGG FOOD—Doubles the quantity of eggs. For 25c, the price of one package, you get in return dollars worth of eggs. It is no experiment. ECZEMA CURE—The D. I). I). Remedy cures this disease quickly or money refunded. Piece goods in Muslin, Madras. Bobbinet, Reuuaissauce, Arabe and Cluuy, ranging iu price from 10, 15, 25 to 75c per yard. He attended school until lie was eighteen when he persuaded his father to allow him to enter a store iu the village Here he reached the limit of promotion in a few years and in January, 1849, having heard of the discovery of gold iu California, decided to go there, lie selected and organized a party of ten, who each put in five hundred dollars and in April thev started by stage and Ohio river boats for St. Louis. At that time there was not a mile of railroad west of the present city of Buffalo. Here they procured mule teams and outfit which they transported by steamer to Omaha where they started across the plains. Six months afterward he went to Clarion county, Pa., where he bought a large tract of p'ue and several mills which he operated until ISGii, when he sold out all his interests in Pennsylvania. He never lost interest in the lumbering and mining business, however, and bought from time to time large tracts of timber in Michigan and Wisconsin, and afterward in Louisiana. He was interested in gold mines at itoldfield, Nevada, at the time of his death. Muslin curtaius frem 59c up. Lace curtains priced to suit every one wishing to buy. Our line of Drugs and Standard Remedies is complete. Our aim is to always give you best goods and best service at the lowest living prices. Cotton Specials. M. A. LYON. In spite ol the advance iu cotton we oiler you these goods at a lower price than they can be bought for at wholesale today. White fancies 15, 18 and 25c. A new lot of long cloth put up in 12 yd. pieces at, SI. 10, $1 25, $1 158 and SI. 50 per piece. Fresh New Embroideries. A good bleached cotton, 1 yard wide, at 5jc. jHamb & Cowan,< All overs, edgings and iw-ertions. Baby widths, medium widths and flounce widths. Neat exquisite efl'ects for baby clothes, wnmens lingerie and dainty styles for waists, and elaborate combinations for ruffles and 11 mnces. V better grade bleacheo cotton at fi.'.c For years he conducted a paper mill here, a' one time supplying the Buffalo Daily Express with its print paper. Unbleached Continental C at 7lc. A regular do unbleached cotton"at Always Busy Fresh Drugs In 1870 lie retired from active business ami found a congenial occupation in farm iug in which be was much interested. Pillow tubing, 45 iu , 18j. Pillow casing, 42 in., 14c. Pillow casing, 50 in., 16c. 9 1 Lock wood bleached 25c. 9 I Eocuwood unbleached 23c. Pillow cases, 45 in., 15c each. Pillow cases, 50-in., 18c each. 45-iu. shruuk cotton at 18c yd Ready made sheets, 81x90 Mo hawk cotton, at 70c each. ...THE DRUGGISTS... He has always described the trip as being one which only farm bred boys and mules could stand. They were one hundred aud twenty days goiDg from Omaha to Sacramento R ver, and it is a matter of record that theirs was the onlv party that crossed that year without the loss of a man or an animal. The party was composed of the following all of whom have preceded him into that country from which no traveler returns: Seth Holmes and Joseph Stockwell, of Mavville; David Beruus, of Jamestowu; Spencer Douglas, of Fredonia; Frank Steveus, Norman Rumsey, William Hvnes. Joseph Dixon, Onley Morse and 1\. G. Wright, of this village. Oanib. embroideries, all widths, G, 8, 10, 12 J and 15c. Opposite P. O Phone No. 2. In local affiirs he lias been an active participant being connected with nearly every important enterprise. He served as Trustee of the Village, trustee of the Presbyterian Society and a member of the Hoard of Education of district No. 1, for several years. In getting the Lake Shore railroad yards located here he was particular!? active; also in securing to the village its system of water works, and was treasurer of the water board for a number of Nainsook and lawu embroideries, all widths, 12i, 15, 18, 25, 35, 50c up to $1. Cherry Juice Cough Syrup Fenway Dorthy Kisses. Embroidery waist patterns $1.25, $1.35 up to $1,98. Contains no harmful drugs, relieves immediately sore throat, hoarseness and difficult breathing. Money refunded if not satisfactory. 25c per bottle. Made from molasses, pure. Just like home made. Absolutely 10c box. Emb. Swisses for waists, Linen Sale. White Specials in House Furnishings. Rexall Hair Tonic. Buy your linens now. They will not be as cheap for years to come. Russia grows practically all the flax used for line table linen, aud owing to the war not half enough has been raised to supply the demand. Grippe Pills Cures dandruff and stops hair falling out, and does not make the hair greasy. 50c per bottle. Wash bowls and pitchers 69 and Are put up expressly for this disease. They reduce fever without depressing the heart. 25c box. vears In politics he was always an active Republican, but never sought official honors for himself. In the second Harrison Presidential campaign he ran as an elector on the unsuccessful ticket. In the development of the Chautauqua Grape Belt, he look a prominent part, and had atone time over 100 acres in bearing. Deep dishes 15 aud 30c. Plates 50 and 69c per doz. Cups aud saucers, haudles, 40c set. Rexall Cherries Wyth's Extract of Malt. In placer mining on Sutter Creek aud at Amadore he saw his share of the vicissi tudes, hardships and adventures incident to the life of a miner, and he ever after wards had, at ready (otnmand, a large fund of anecdotes of bis experiences of that time. Being a man ot remarkable energy and sagacity, he was naturally successful in this, as in all hisother undertaking, but in this case suAess did not come without much hard work, great sacrifice and many disappointments. In fact he had to make his fortune twice in California before his return. Having gained what at that time was considered a competency, Half bleachtd table linen worth 35c at 22c. For coughs colds, hoarseness and bron-1 j^ys'to buy' (Rest™ chitis. They give immediate relief.. le8^nJ ,, dozen iots. We deliver, rleasan. to take. 5c per box. Cups and saucers, unhaudled, 35c set. Bleached table linen, the regular 59c one at 48c. Bleached table liueu, the regular 50c value at 42^0. Platters 10 and 25c. Pitchers 10, 15 and 18c. Uncovered chambers 35c, He was a man of large business experience and ability—and of broad and liberal views; a self-made man and one whose success has been entirely the result of his own energy, judgment and determination. Toilet Cream. Rubber Sponges. your share of the economies of this White Sale Just read the newspaper stock markets aud see how King Cotton is "kitiu<*" whi e we are cutting eveu below old prices. ° Free from grease, as softens the skin, bauds and cold sores. Cleanses as well Once used always used. They give a Prevents chapped glow to the skin that cannot be produc-25e bottle. ei by other sponges. Price 25c up. He is survived by his wife, Cora Pierce, and his three sons Paul D., of Erie, Pa., Ralph G., of Buffalo, and R. Pier, of Erie, Pa, A * > - - - _ WW WW WW WW H L PITT? 21 22 Main St . *•' ° Westfleld, New York. Comic Souvenir Postal Cards Ic Each. CORNER DRUG 5T0RE. Village OfHcere, law-abiding element in the community is very largely in the majority, and they should get together in some way and nominate the very best citizens for President and members of the Board of Trustees, and then see that tbey are elected. And when they have elected them they should stand back of them with such hearty support that the officers will consider it an honor to be called upon to act as publio servants. For President of the Board we should have the best man that can be found,our most representative citizen, a man who stands for everything right and clean, a man who will represent in the best way all the various law-abiding interests of the village, both commercial and industrial, and a man who stands for progress. Such, also, should be the char-' acter of every member of the Board. Fortunately, we have a large number of good men from which to select. The welfare and progress of a nation, state or community depends very largely on the kind of men who are elected to make and execute the laws. Our village will be clean,prosperous and happy only as we have good offioers. But in order to have capable officials there must be a healthy public sentiment that will elect good officers and then stand back of them with hearty support. The law abiding people of any community can have just what they want in the way of good government if they will exert themselves, because they are in the majority. But they must leave political matters for the lawless and selfish to attend to, but they must bestir themselves, get together and keep together. There has been a growing interest and more of a feeling of responsibility on the part of the best citizens of our community, and there is no reason why our ablest men should not now consider it an honor to be elected to the Board of Trustees, knowing that they would be heartily supported by an active interest on the part of all law-abiding citizens. We need men on the Board who will not only make good laws, but who will have the backbone, when supported by the law-abiding majority of the community, to enforce the laws. A law that is not enforced is worse than no law at all. There ii no question but that the Beware of coughs this time of year. Try our White Cough Syrup. Every bottle guaranteed to help or money cheerfully refunded. ANEW LINE OF COUCHES NEW LINE OF I. E. JONES, Westfield, N. Y. Westfiald Mail's Success. Badly Scared. DINING TABLES Contractor Warreu D. Smith has just completed wiring the residences of Dr. Seymonr and F. W. Johnston for electric light. Mr. Smith has also been awarded the contract for all the machinery and equipment for the new electric light plant at Portland, and in addition has the contract for installing the same, and for wiring the residences and other places which will be connected with the system when installed. These contracts were awardek to Mr. Smith in competition with city bidders and speak well for his enterprise. A rumor was current here late Saturday night to the effect that all questionable places where it is thought the law is being violated, were to be raided and a certain semblance of truth was lent to the rumor by the presence of several strangers in town who were said to be deputies. The supposed "tip" came from Mayville and caused a lively scurrying among the sporting element, but nothing came of it and matters roon resumed their accustomed tranquility. A Citizen. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the Law and Order League for the election of officers and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, February 6th, 1906, at 8 p. in. in the Methodist Church parlors. H. W. Thompson, Sec. From 6 to 12 feet in length. —January is nearly gone and we have not yet had any sleighing. J. E. HALL, WESTFIELD. N.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1906-01-24|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1906-01-24|
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Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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