Westfield Republican, 1906-08-15
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®l)t toesffiel* HUpttbitcfttt WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 15, 190G NO. 22. VOL LII. THE QUALITY STORE. BEST GOODS. GOOD WATER School Election. The annual election of trustees for school district. Xo. 1 was held on Wednesday afternoon and was a very quiet affair, there being only 12 votes cast and seven of those were cast by members of the Board of Trustees. LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES. I VflN'S CENTRAL L I V/l" O drugstore The Village Board ol Health liml It Aual- )Z«<| »ml FoiiuiI It Kxr«-ll«-ut There 1> as been considerable talk around town abyiu the condition of cur driukiog water, and it w <s publicly stated that it had been analyzed and found ii j irious to health. Las*. Tuesday Health Officer Dr. E. Rood and tl.e cieik of me village board, of health secured samples of water from the K4-ut -reservoir, which is used only in cane of tire, and Iroai the *#■ supply for drickini? This great compliment to the PHONE NO. 80 present 1 citizen? 1 honesty : were re;t E. Wertvr ird as it shows that our e absolute faith in their 1 ability. The following :ted: \V. R. Douglas, E. and G. S. Flagler. Night Calls—Phone No. 152 B. The Drug Store that carries the goods and purchases from first bands at the iowest market prices. Our customers get the benefit. Di^ •2.—No report Have you seen Pitts' new line of beautifully decorated Jardinieres and Fern Dishes ? Di~ ct >; 3.—M. B. Jillson, trus- Arneman, collector; John ter maius that our tee Rogers, clerk SOME SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK. A free Tooth Brush with every bottle of Lyon's Peerless Tooth Powder 3 Ten Cent Cakes Witch Hazel and Benzoin Soap for 6 Cakes White Cttstile Soao, 5c size, for 3 Twenty-five cent Bottles Flax, Quince and Cucumber Cream for Fine Sheep's Wool Bath Spouges, each Fiue Linen Correspondence Paper Envelopes to match Ext. Malt, 2 Bottles for the sum of and cooking comes, and sent both to Herbert M. Hill, Pn !>., analytical chemist and assaver of the University of Buff .tic, District Xo. 5.—Miner Daily, trustee; E. II. Barber, collector; James Wallace, clerk. We also have a fine line of decorated Chinaware 25c . 25c . (50c . 10c . 25c . 10c . 25c District Xo. 5.—John Herron, trustee: Henry Moore, collector; Mrs. Elsie Hover, clerk. just in for exauiiuiitiou:- He made the txam.n-ations promptly auii they are as ioilows: He tinds that the water troui tUe water mains is in "excellent condition," U at from the Kent reservoir, ou account of ie- JARDINIERES. District No. 6.—Thirsa Hall, trustee; Mrs. \V. Mawhir. collector; Mrs. Jennie Holbrook, clerk. District No. 7.—Edward Walker, trustee: Jessie Nichols, collector; Mrs. E. B. Howes, clerk. District No. 8.—Mrs. Alice Kick, trustee: C. H. Webster, collector; Ro vAbbey. clerk. District No. 8.—W. C. Post, trustee; William Minniger, collector; Frank Colegrove, clerk. .District No. 10.—John Taylor, trustee; W. E. Persons, collector; M. F. Johnson ,clerk. District No. 11.—Harlow Breads, trustee: Joseph Breads, collector; Benj. Breads, clerk. District No. 1 52.—Harry Miller, trustee; Geo. Skinner, collector; Geo. Jones, clerk. District No. 13.—B. J. Hopkins, trustee: Herman Reid. collector; John Lahl, clerk. Majolica glazings on a rich variety of designs and colors. •'as not tit tor Decorated Jardinieres 10-in. in diameter at $1.00. Decorated Jardinieres 9-in. in diameter at Decorated Jardinieres 8-in. in diameter at Decorated Jardinieres 5 and G-in. in diameter at 25c. Decorated Fern Dishes 8-in. in diameter at 25c. cent organic contamination, household purposes." Our water system has been iu use fir the past twenty years and yet during all that time there has never beeu a case of sickness due to poor water. There have been several cases of typhoid fever iu town during that lime, but they were in families who used well water or contracted the disease out of town. This is certainly a record that every citizen in this town snould be proud of, as there are tew towns or cities Mat con boast of such a record. The waier is pure and our citizens can use all they wish without tear ot harm. 75c. 50c. Mixed Spices and all kinds of Spices for Pickles. Parafine for sealing up your Jelly Jars. Baking Powder, the best in the world, in any quantity you may want at 4Uc lt>. Our Cholera Mixture, at 25c per bottle, is a guaranteed cure for bowel troubles or money refunded. . Our Boston Hair Tonic is the most perfect hair dressing in use. It promotes a new growth of hair, and cures dandruff and keeps the hair from falling out. Price, 50c. T. . OTR KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE is all that the name implies. It is a «are for all such troubles Nothing better could be prepared for such troubles. Price 50o and $1.00 per bottle. A Sale of Fancy China. Hrmdsomelv decorated China Cake Plates at 25c. Handsomely decorated China Salad Dishes at *5c. Decorated China Celery Dishes at 35c. Decorated China Pie Plates, 2 for 55c. Decorated China Bread and Batter Plates at 10c each. Decorated China Pie Plates at 10c. Decorated China Oat Meal Dishes at 10c. Fancy Glass Fruit Dishes at 10c. Fancy Sugar and Cream Sets at 25c set. Fancy Glass Sugar and Creamers at 10c each. Hall Boy Pitchers, heavy ware, at 18c. Majolica pitchers at 10c. Glass Water Pitchers at 50c. Water Tumblers at 25c doz. FLY CHASER—Keeps your cattle free from flies. One application per week is usually sufficient. It is money in your pocket every time you use it. Water Bond* Paid OSPOTO is the thing to use if you want your clothes cleaned well. It takes out grease, tar, etc., from the finest goods without leading a stain. Costs but'2oc. FLY PAPER—8 sheets of Poison for 5c. 2 double sheets Sticky 5c. Violin Strings, Guitar Strings, Mandolin Strings, etc. This is the place to get good ones. The $6,000 of water bonds which came due Juiy 1st have been paid. 'Ibis makes a total ul $7,000 worth ot bonus, which nave been paid from the receipts since January 1st, 1906. This is certainly a tine record and one that all ot our citizens should be proud of Notice Owing to other business interests needin? mv attention I will d scontintie my 'bus and baggage transfer business August 18, 1906. C. A. Rodier ICE CREAM—Our sales of Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda have been double that of any former year. Tbe weather has had something to do with it, but the quality of our Ice Cream haw been tbe winning card. It is unqualifiedly tbe best in the market) Price 30c quart, $1.20 per gallon. We keep vanilla and chocolate on hand all the time and can furnish other flavors upon very short notice. Trolley Sold. The Lake Erie Traction Company's property was sold last Saturday at the office of Ottaway & Muusou by Receiver Heury F. Walton to Charles H. Werner, of New York City, for $50,000. Over tlip Lake Shore «Sfc Michigan Southern Ry., August 28 and 29, good returning to leive New York until Sept. 4*h, inclusive. Low Kates to New York City t'atterrton Library. Work on the Patterson Memorial Li- M. A. LYON. A Permanent Improvement. Plain and decorated Glass Tumblers, fine grades, at GOc and One of the finest bridges in this brary is progressing Ijnely. The steel town is being built by E. A.. W ilder • |athicg is about all done and the plaster-.T, .-.to. »»; ture. It is being built of concrete and pleted it will be one of the finest jobs of is well under way. Mr. Wilder ex- ornamental plastering in this State. pects to have it completed in about; two or three weeks. It has a twenty-1 Good Game. four foot roadway and when com-1 The Qf North East> lost to ture' and an ornament to the town.; the Signal'Department last Saturday by The work is being done under the a score of 9-3. It was not a very exsupervision of Highway Commis- citing game yet it showed that there sioner Miller was g°°d material iu the club. So far this season tbe signal men have been i fortunate, having won three games out $1.00 per dcz, Jelly Tumblers at 19c per doz THE FRUIT SEASON We still offer you the balance of our summer stock of Ladies' Wash Suits and Waists at very special reduc- Is in full swing. We aim to keep all the different kinds on hand. If you wish nice fresh vegetables come to us. Our stand keeps them fresh. It's too hot to bake. Buy our bread and cookies. tions in prices. H| DITTC 21. 22 Main St, . l. r III O Westfleld, New York. CONEWANGO CREAMERY BUTTER, Excelled by None. The Teacher'* Training Class , r, t ' of ft>ur. Tbis next Saturday Manager Principal Pattison is in rt M A Charlie Noble has secured a game with er's iraiuing class certificate# fur the tul- j Thistles, of Dunkirk, to be played lowing: Blanche C. Rovce, Bettha Meyer, ou tj16 j q j. l £ grounds at -A 30V Grace L. Johnson, Marie C Daley, and 1 The line-up of the team is as follow*: Thaver A Belden, all of Westtield; also 1 Schoenfeldt, c; Nixon, 1st; Robinson, ..Toi *1 „ t,- , f '2nd; Oaks, s s; Brown, p; Jones, 1; Alma J. Margaret E Daly < f Rlciar(J ftud Gott. Stockton and Elbe M. Christy ot# Ripley j In a recent trip to Stoekion Principal non,t Mlgg Pattiscn learned that graduates from the | Th.g BonIt>" who alway8 Westtield training class a v.. e*ri""' a aa he advertises, has taken the reputation as teachers ot a hign fcrder of f meDtioQ ft merit. The wages paid theui as a rule is | e . . , • . . . . . . Knt few bargains for the benefit of our $!) per week and several receive $10. £>ot ° _ , one graduate is without a position. | ha9 a° lm™nse f f of The number asking for registration in of 12*° to 25c values which he the class of the coming year is unusually Prided to give to his customers for large and there is every indication that ™ek for »<>■ fal1 t0 cal1 the class of 190G-7 will be the largest hat early and avail yourself of the choice Westtield has had for a decade past. Tms bargains that await you. Remember is as it should be, for an eiamination of that he is doing his figuring this week in official state reports show that Wes:field I the Table of Nines, has taken the leading part in this work in Chautauqua County, having received in 1850 from the State Education Depart- j ment the first appointment in this county for the instruction of a teacher's training class. Since that long ago date the series of appointments has remained nearly unbroken, so that there have been more classes instructed in the county. This fact is the best possible assurance of the character of the work done at the Westtield high school in the past. Conditions for the continuance of good work in the future are more favorable now than at any pre vious time. FANCY DAIRY BUTTER. EHRENSBERGER & CO. Lamb & Cowan, PHONE O • Ct PACT7 • CLOTHIER AND L. furnisher. Always Busy. Fresh Drugs. ...THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P. O. Phone No. 2 Great Reduction in Prices cm all Men's aud Boys' Suits for the next few days. I must have room for my new fall goods, which will soon be here. I have just received a new line of Trunks and Suit Cases. Call and look them over and select the one you want. Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hours when necessary. Everything in Gents' Furnishings are the latest, and I have an elegant assortment for you to select from. If you contemplate buying a new Suit or Overcoat this fall be sure and call to see my new fall styles, they are the latest. Watch for the new stjles in Suits and Overcoats. S. W. P. SUNDRY SOAPS. Some of our customers have been Rexall Blemish Soap, the best for skin (ilR6U86S IDC using Sherwin-Williams Paiut for tueuty Col(?ftte,8 'Fl0ft-ing Bath) larg0 white years. cake, unscented, 5c. They will use no other. True \ iolet Soap, 10c cake; 25c box. Triangle Castile, 5c; 6 for 25c. This is a good time to use it. Boraxo, powdered soap and borax, per- Color cards on application. j fumed, large can, 25c. ~ T m~\lIZnrrJ No. 2 Brewer Block, V. L. UUC I Westfield, N. Y. Struck Hun At the Welch gas well gas was 9truck last night at 11 o'clock at a little over 2,000 feet in the Niagara rock, and it was estimated the volume was about 50,000 feet per 24 hours. At this depth it was expected some water would be found and it was considered best not to drill farther if this vein of gas could be saved, ao a rest was taken, but this morning water had flowed in aud made this gas impossible. It appears the only thing now to do is to go beyond the water and hope for another vein of gas. T HE JONES PH A R M A C Y | KARA LINEN. We have sold nearly 200 pounds of this excellent Eaton- Hurlbut paper. It comes in fine fabric finish, 96 sheets to the pound, at 25c. Three cuts of envelopes to match at 10c a pack. The quality is fine enough for the. most particular, and the price is economical. Always Up To Date. Nothing Too Good For Our Trade Pure Drugs, Chemicals aud Patent Medicines The Leading Perfumer of Westfield Imported and Domestic Cigars We are Agents for Allegretti'a Confectionery Our Soda Fountain is very popular as usual this season We carry three kiuds of cream; also pints and quarts of brick cream cents per quart for any kind of cream""®® CASTOR OIL CREAM. FOR SUNBURN. Severe cases Bhoald not be touched with water. As easy to take as milk. Contains 75 per cent, of purest castor oil. Tha only objection to castor oil as an ideal laxative is the taste, but this preparation so completely covers it that children will readily take it. Large bottles 25c. In the report of the June '06 Regents Examination printed in the Westfielp Republican there was an omission ot the class in trigonometry. The report from A baoyshows that all the class, J, Alton Reid, Albert O'Connell and Charles Conley were successful. Keep well covered for a day or two with Rexall Cold Cream. Call For Democratic Caucus The Democratic caucus for the Town of Westfield for the purpose of electing delegates to the Democratic County Convention and to the Democratic Assembly District Convention of Chautauqua County and for the transaation of such other business as may proper j come before the said caucus, is hereby called to be held Friday, August 17th, 1906 at three o'clock iu the afternoon at Ogle's Hall. Polls open from 3 to i p. m. The worst cases are soothed and healed quickly. Price, 10c, 25c and 35c a box. I . E . JONES. «l COURT ITEMS NIT. C.McDowell was before Justice Powers on the charge of public intoxication last week and sent to Mayville for 20 days. \ pieparation for keeping flies off cattle. Our customers who have tried many kinds tell us that uone of them equals Nit in effieiencv and in lasting qualities. It easily pays for itself in increased profits. Price 75c a gallon. Good sprayers at oOc; or it mav be brushed on. forget! | The case of W. H. Nortou vs. William Spuites for damages for being bitten by a dog, which was to have been tried on August 11th, has been postponed to the 18th. Dated, August 11, 1900. D. K. Falvav,Chairman, Walter Tucker, Seo'y. BABY FOODS. PURITY AND PROFICIENCY. TO CALL ON US FRIDAY AND SAT- The case of L. H. Gould, of Dunkirk, for fast outomobile driving was up before Justice Prendergast last Thursday. Gould was fined 815 for fast driving and paid $55 for damages to Our assortment is the most complete Drugs from such well-known houses iu this viciuitv. Our brisk business ; as Pajke-Davis, John Wyeth & Brother, keeps them coustautly fresh, which is William S. Merrell Co. and Squibb & URDAY OF THIS WEEK FOR BAR- —Try Conewango Creamery butter, at Elirensberger's store. —Sunday afternoon a man residing at most important. Sons. We are up to date on everything for Dispensing by three pharmacists regthe bal\v. Have you seen the new istered by examination. Hygeia Nursing Bottle? Easy to keep Fresh goods because we do a brisk clean. ' business. KNITTING, CROCHETING GAINS. buggy Mat Shepherd, Mike Griffiu and Sam- treated considerable excitement on the uel 'laylor were arrested the first ol the dock, taking off his coat and vest week for violating section 675 of the deliberately jumping into the lake, penal code and taken before Justice uc '7 L • j • Preudergabt. Mat Shepherd was fined He was arrested and when arraigned in 10, Samuel Taylor was sent to jail for police court pleaded guilty to the charge ■20 days and Mi'ke Griffin was let go on of intoxication. Justice Wilson imposed suspended sentence. a tine $•>. Randolph, who gave his name as Olson, AND EMBROIDERY DONE TO ORDER £. J. MACOMBER. w'stMd- " r SOUVENIR POSTALS—This store first introduced them here and has always kept the lead. Twenty-niue kinds of Westfield cards, mauy in oolore, 2 for 5c.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1906-08-15|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1906-08-15|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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