Westfield Republican, 1906-10-24
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®l)it tUpablicctn VOL. III. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO.. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 1906. NO. 32. THE QUALITY STORE. LARGEST STOCK. BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES. I CENTRAL LI V/ll O DRUGSTORE TENNANT—SKINNER. DURNO. The marriage of Miss Grace Rachel Skinner, daughter of Mrs. John Arthur Skinner, and Arthur Smith Tennant was solemnized at seven o'clock on Monday evening, October 22nd, at the York Place. The house was decorated with autumn leaves, white chrysanthemums, and pink and white roses. The ribbon-bearers entered first—Miss Edna Sutton of Pittsburg, and Miss Florence Minton, Miss Grace Stephens, Miss Amy Brown, Miss Sadie Skinner and Miss Frances Skinner alt of Westtield. Then came the officiating clergymen, Rev. Edward L. Skinner of Ottawa, Kansas, brother of the bride, and Rev. George L. Mac- Clelland, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Westfield, followed by the groom and his best man, Mr. Egbert Wheeler Skinner of Ransomville, N. Y., and the ushers, Mr. Robert Sutton of Pittsburg, Pa., and Mr. Harry Williamson of Weittield. The bride, preceded by her charming' little flower-girl, Miss Jessie Bruback of Erie, Pa , and attended by her maid of honor, Miss Suaanne Smith of Andover, Mass., entered with her brother, Mr. George York Skinner of Flushing, N. Y., who gave her away. She wore a gown of point applique, and a tulle veil fastened with orange blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies ofr the valley. During the entrance of the bridal party Mrs. Worthington of New York sang "Beloved it is Morn," and at the conclusion of the ceremony Miss Bannister played Mendelsohn's Wedding Surely this is the greatest of all entertainments to make you forget your troubles and feel that life is really worth living. \ou will be able to perform your business duttes with a new zeal after witnessing Durno. He is a humorist in every sense of the word. Uses a flow of language that is full of comedy, and while listening to him mystery follows surprise in rapid PHONE NO. 80. Night Calls—Phone No. 152 B. Brenlin—The hew Window Sbade material that wfen't crack, won't wrinkle, water won't spot it—a triumph in window shade material. Shades made from this cloth cost more than the common shades, but are cheaper in the end. We are the agents in Westfield for these shades. Your November magazines will you all about them. Price 75c each. succession. His entire entertainment is an innovation, beautiful, refined and complete, carrying with it an artistic charm that grown people will never forget and that children will look back upon in after life as a bright phantom, a most pleasant recollection. SEASONABLE GOODS AT ECONOMIC PRICES It doesn't take long for you to see the worth of these goods—in fact they speak for themselves. Now Watch Our Prices. Compare them with every other line you see. Include quality and style in your comparison, as well as prices for every point counts in our favor. All Linen Hollands complete for 25c each. Oil Opaque Hollands complete for 50c each Oak curtain poles and white curtain poles 10c each Durno has been a magician since a boy. No place was he ever so much at home as before an audience. Though a young man, he has invented many new and startling effects in magic. Possessing originality, he is able to give his patrons something entirely new. The "wise guys" have acknowledged that they didn't get it, and several magicians have confessad to Brush they were fooled. BIG HIT TOILET PAPER—A. lOo roll of best qnality Toilet Paper for 5o. The largest and beat package for the moDey ever offered for sale. * , A Full Line of Blankets Underwear For Every Member Of The Family. This weather calls for heavier underwear. We have it in all grades. Of all qualities aud prices. The best assortment we have ever had to show you. Cotton fleece blankets in grey, tan and white, 10-4, at 59c. $3 00 Gold Fountain Pens for $1.00 each. The result of an order made by the manufacturers for a large jobbing house that failed before the goods were delivered. We were made an offer to.help close them out, which enables us to gire the above price. • CANDIES—Everybody has heard of De Klyn's Candies. De Klyn s and Huyler's belong to the same line, only that you pay less for De Klyn's candies and still get the quality. We are their Westfield agents. We also have Lowney's, Morse's and Reymer's Cbooolates. . Try a box of De Klyn's Crystalized Nuts. Oh, but they are delicious. Old fashioned Mint Drops and After Dinner Mints are always fresh and desirable. Ladies' fleece ribbed vests and pants at 25c. Ladies' fleece ribbed silk trimmed vests and pants at 50c. Ladies' wool jersey ribbed and flat wear vests and pants at $1.00 a garment. Toadies' wool ribbed union suits, fine quality, $2.00. Ladies' wool ribbed union suits at $1.75. Ladies' cotton ribbed fleece union suits at il. Childrens' underwear, all sizes in cotton, fleece acd wool. Men's Fitwell ribbed union suits $1.75. Men's balbriggan union suits at $1.00. Men's elastic wool shirts and drawers at tl.OO each* Men's Jaeger fleece shirts and drawers at 50c. Men's fleece ribbed shirts and drawers at 50c. Men's cotton ribbed fleece shirts and drawers at 25c. At Academy Hall, Friday, Oct. 26, 7:15 p. m. Muaic before the entertainment. Cotton fleece blankets in grey, tan and white at 65o. Cotton fleece blankets in colors and white, 11-4. at 8»c. A riM Display. Laat Friday and Saturday the Pratt- Sheldon Co. gave a fine diaplay ot the Sewel rangee and heatera, there being a large numbet ui .he different aisea and styles on eihibition. A practical demonstration of the baking qualities of the ranges was given by Mrs. Drake, biscuits being baked in four minutes, and hot biscuits and coffee were served to all callers. Souvenirs, yard sticks, needle books and kitchen reminders were also given out. The demonstration was a great success, large numbers visiting the store on both days, and a goodly number of these reliable stoves were sold, showing that our people know a good thing when they see it.. Cotton fleece 11-4 blankets at $1 00. Chocolate Pecan Fudge melts in your mouth. An extra heavy, extra size 11-4 grey blanket at $1.89. Extra heavy large size blankets in white at $2.98. Colgate's Antiseptic Dental Powder is a daintily flavored preparation that will keep your teeth healthful and good to look at. Get one of their 100th anniversary packages which contains a free cake of Cashmere Bouquet Soap, »[1 for 25c. Don't miss this offer. Flannelettes In Oark And Light Colors. A good flannelette at 6c. A better grade light and dark flannelette at 8c. All our best Teazle and Seafoam flannelettes at 10c. Bleached and unbleached Domet flannels at 6, 8,10,12£c. An imitation French flannel in light stripes, suitable for shirt waists and shirts, at 15c. * Faucy fleeced materials for dressing sacques at 10 and 15c. March. A SWEET BREATH—Is the only kind to take along with you in society. Euthymol Tablets overcome all the troubles that produoe a bad breath and cost but 5c an ounce. They are very popular. We have a steady Inquiry for them and a constantly increasing sale. OHEST PROTECTORS—A fresh lot at pleasing prices. Don't wait until you have contracted pneumonia but buy one now and put it on. CHAMOIS SKINS—A fine assortment. ¥ou can buy these and make your own chest protector if you prefer. HORSES AND CATTLE come the nearest to being something like human of anything in the animal line. Good care and good treatment have much to do with their health and their usefulness. A good tonic is as neoessary for them at oertain times as for their masters. Prussian Stock Food meets every requirement to keep stock in fine condition. It is not composed of everything cheap to make a bulky paokage to sell cheap like many of the Stock Foods upon the market, but of the best materials known to stock growers, and scientifically prepared. A 25 lb. pail costs $8.50 and contains 1200 feeds, costing less than I of a cent a feed. No stock grower thpuld be without it. . CUREINE SALVE—For veterinary use is the best remedy known for heal* lag sores and arreting inflammation on animals. It heals quickly and permanAniy without leaving a scar. , PRUSSIAN WORM POWDERS—A perfect remedy for worms and bota in hotBcs, cattle Mid hogs. Prloe 50c. .... PRUSSIAN COLIC CURE—A quick and effectual cure for oolic in horses. Several congratulatory telegrama were received from absent friends during the evening. A reception was held from eight to ten o'clock, and the bride and groom left at midnight for a short absence. They will be at home a.ter November first at the residence of Mrs. John Arthur Skinner on Union street. The guests from out of town were Miss Suzanne Smith of Andover, Mass., Miss Sutton and Mr. Robert Sntton of Pittsburg, Pa., Rev. Edward L. Skinner of Ottawa, Kansas, Mr. Egbert Wheeler Skinner of Ranaomville, N. Y., Mr. George York Skinner of Flushing, N. Y., Miss Lilian Merchant Skinner of Philadelphia, Pa., Miea Jeaaie Bruback of Erie, Pa., Ml** Langdon of Buffalo, N. Y.f Mrs. Worthington of New York City, Miss Donaldson of Roslyn, N. Y., Mrs. Root of Cooperstown, N. Y., Mil. George Donaldson of Cliff Side, N. J., Miss Marian Barger, Mr. Robert Moorhead, Miss Reid and Mr. Crouch of Erie, Pa., Mrs. Frank Jones and Miss Rath Jones, of North East, Mr. and Mra. Hamilton of Ripley, Mrs. W. G. Weatherup of Jameatown, Miss Sackett of Buffalo, and Mrs. Long of St. Louis, Mo. Meeting mt the D. A. K. The Daughters of the American Revolution, Patteraon chapter, Weetfield, held a meeting with Mra. John C. Jones in Mayville Wedneeday. A paper on the Constitution was read by Mrs. W. H. Walker, and report* were given by the <egent and Mrs. S. W. Mason on the state meeting held in Utica. The music consisted of a vocal solo, "Every American Girl is a Queen," by Mrs. Mason, chorus by the granddaughters, and an illustrated tableau by the children, representing "Columbia," by Miss Kate Jones in the centcr and several young girls grouped about with the flag draped around them. The roll calls were quotations from the Constitution, after which the hostess presented each member and guest with a picture poet card of the Jumel mansion in New York, sent as a compliment by Mrs. Edith Sessions Tuppfcr, a former Chautauqua woman, who has just written a story, "Hearts Triumphant," with the scene laid in the Jumel mansion. The Daughters of the American Revolution are now custodians of this mansion. We have said" nothing about Dress Goods, Coats, Comforters, Shirt Waists, Skirts, Silks, Heavy Glove* tor men, women and children, Furs, Wool Knit Goods, and numerous other things, but we have them and will be glad to show you. Prioe 50c. * . PRUSSIAN HEAVE CURE—The heave care that owes. Try it. Price 60c. SPOHN's DISTEMPER CURE—We were the first dealer in West field to pat this valuable remedy in stock, and have had a large and steady sale on It for many years. Price 60c. We have all of Dr. Daniels Celebrated Hor*e Remedies and a fall line of Hainphrey's Veterinary Specifics. If there is anything good in the drag line you will find it here. N. L. PITTS J.'ii'i*1* ?.\ --—==• . t===~= Westfield, New Tork Some Little Things That Are Useful. Pocket Dental Floss 10c. Hair Cariere lOo. Klip Klip Pocket Manicure 25o. Paper Knives 25c. New Skin Court Plaster 10c. Folding Drinking Cups 26c. Mail Files 10c. Pocket Mirrors 6, 10 and 26c. Tweeters 6c. Soap Boxes 25c. New books are coming iu weekly from the publishers. A great line of former $1.50 copyright books for 60c each, including many of the best works of standard fiction. Stationery—All the new things in stationery from the Eaton Hurlbut Co., While Wykoff k Co., and the Samuel Ward Co. Come to the store that carries the goods and sells them at the right pnoes. It ii our aim to give you the best service and best prices possible. A satisfied .suatomer is cur best advertisement. Lamb & Cowan, School taxes will' bfr received at Republican office on Monday and Tueeday, Oct. 29th and 30th. E. W. Stone, Col. School Thn. Always Busy. Freth Drags. Registration. ...THE DRUGGISTS... Last Saturday was the last day of registration and the following is the registrar tion for this town: First district, 608; second district, 708; third district. Ill, or a total of 1427. The hostess served refreshments and the party returned to Westfield. Opposite P. O. Phone No. 2 Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open, Sunday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other hoars when neoeeaary. To® Old f Hakt Trip. Miss Katie Lyons, a 70-year-old woman, who is heating her way from Fort Cellins, Colorado, to Ellicottville, N. Y., was in town for a short time Thnrsday and spoke interestingly of her adventures. . M. A. LYON. Crystal Water. Floor Point. TU«th In Tewa. We use crystal distilled water in all eolations ana prescription work. Also sell 4t where a strictly pare water is neoessary at 15o a half gallon bottle. Sherwin-Williams quick drying and hard wearing floor paint. Gray, boriL ochre, red, dost oolor, slate, tan and light brown. Prioe 40c a quart. Thieves entered the house of E. H. Finlay on the Lake road last Wednesday during the absence the family, ransacked the house and stole a gold ring, gold chain and other articles of jewelry. They handled the solid silver spoons but did not take any of them. The ring taken was Mrs. Finlay's wedding rirg. There is no clue. THE BUSY CORNER 8he left Fort Collins last summer with $87 in her pocket with a man and his wife by the name of La8alle. They were driving across the country in a wagon and Miss Lyons determined to save the railroad fare. Everything went well until the party arrived near Lexington, Neb. They stopped over night at a farm house in that locality and the old lady was robbed of every penny she possessed. Miss Lyons intended to take the train at Lexington, but being without funds, she started out undauntedly to walk to Elli- JONES PHARMACY BEBI OLIVE OIL. We are receiving new goods daily. Have a nice line of Pipes and Smoking Tobaccos, Imported and Domestic Cigars. We are leaders in Perfumes. We carry a nice line of JHot Water Bottles, Chamois Skins, Soaps, etc.— everything that belongs to a first-class Drug Store. Our White Pine Cough Syrup is having a great sale. Sold on guarantee or money refunded. Onr Soda Fountain is still running. Have just received another barrel Coca Cola Two more cases of this unexcelled oil has just arrived from the custom house. It is pressed from ohoice small olives grown in Southern France. Oar customers tell us they have never found anything to equal it. We vouch for the purity of every drop of it. For flavor and nutritive value we believe there can be no better. It is pressed under the most sanitary and cleanly conditions. 50 cents a pint. Hon* Ban Away Dr. Welch's fine driving horse became frightened while hitched in front of the library Tuesday afternoon, and broke the bridle and ran down South Portage street, colliding with the iron trolley pole near I. E. Jones'store, freeing itself completely from the buggy and continuing down South JFortage street and into F. W. Crandall's barn. The buggy was badly damaged but the horse escaped injury. New Postals. The Flash Fountain Pen. I . E . JONES. cottville, in this state. The Sanitarium, the bridge and the creek from the west side. New lot of leather cards. New puzzle postals. A fine lot of Ward's Postal Albums from 25c to $1.00. Requires no dropper to fill. Never leaks. After a trial of many cheap pans we find this best for a popular price. Price $1.50, and we will take back uj that are not all we claim. Plenty of the Laaghlin dollar pens, but pay a» little more and get the best. . For fourteen weeks she followed the railroad tracks, and upon her arrival at Princeton, 111., she. secured transportation to Chicago by rail and from there to Toledo, Erie and finally here. She carries eight large bundles of baggage and is dressed in a blue calico skirt and black cloak. She was given a ticket to Jamestown over the new trolley road by some of onr business men. WATCH L. WISER'S Bad Runaway. For the new Milk wagon and get yoar ' Batter freeti from the dairy, and yonr ' Eggs fresh from the farm. Last Sunday a team driven by G. D. Bates became frightened by the passing of an automobile owned and driven by Frank Porter of Silver Greek, near the Brumigan farm on the main road three miles west bf this place, and ran away. £hey collided with a pole and completely freed themselves from the buggy and each other. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bates were thrown out. Mr. Bates escaped with slight injuries, but Mrs. Bates struck on her head and sustained serious injuries, and is confined to her bed from the effects of them. DEPARTMENT STORE. HESS' STOCK FOOD. No other stock food has the sale that this preparation has, and its best advertisement is the satisfaction of those wbo*use it. Dr. Hess is a vetiuary physician of national reputation. Price 7 lb. pkge 50c, 12 lb. sack 75c, 25 lb. pail $1.60. We're a long list of those who hare used it for years and come back to it after trying others. I am now prepared to supply the ■ People of Westfield with Milk, Cream, Butter, Eggs and Sour Milk. Diamonds, SupMl Sent To QoWwd*. Jewelry, Aaron Lick, the demented tramp, who is suspected of having killed David A. Wilds at Bipley some time ago, and who has been kept in Mayville county jail, was committed to the State Hospital for the insane at Gowanda. The effort to place the crime upon Lick failed, but his actions were such as to warrant strong suspicion to rest upon him. He was kept until a complete investigation was. made and on Monday, it was thought better to have an examination made to determine his sanity. Dr«. Belknap and Dean visited the jail and pronounced the prisoner iamne. Judge Ottaway immediately er. dered his commitment to the state hospital. No further step* will he taken again* him nt preeeat in regard to Ida being the murderer for his attorney weald M. F. ANDERSON, Phone 122a Silverware, Sickroom Supplies. Absorbent Cotton, pounds 35c. Clinic Thermometers 75c. Feeding Caps 25c. Hot Water Bottles 75c. Clam Bouillon 25o. Junket Tablets lOo. Beef Extract 25o. Stationery. Legal Envelopes, pack 10c. Blank Reoeipts 5 and 10a Photograph Envelopes, all sizes. Eaton-Hurl but'a Hot Pressed Vellum Paper, box 45e. Calling Cards, all sizes, pack 10c. Calling Card Envelopes, peek 10a Millinery, Mow Is The Time Dry Goodg. An Up-To-Date Line of Coats, Skirts and Raincoats.To get your roofs repaired and eavestrough on before fall rains start in. All kinds of tin work quick and neatly done. Work guaranteed and prices right Mr. Porter was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Davis on the charge of violating the motor cycle lawt it being claimed that he failed to sound an alarm before passing the team and that he was running his machine beyond the speed limit. Fall Opening Saturday, October 6 sorely apply for a lunacy commission the moment any prosecution was began and he would undoubtedly be pronounced insane. A demented man cannot be tried for a crime and consequently the author!* Uee have take* the shortest cut to Insure his safe eonfeeaaeat. —The suit of Or. C. A. Ellis vs. Bjrl* vaster Phelps for balance due on aeoout, was tried before Justice Morris and ajnar last Friday, which rendered a writoll no cause of action. C. H. Newell ImM after the plaintiffseaee aadO. Q.oSe of Westfield, the dsfsndsat*SL--8Mt—te New*. He had a hearing before Justice Prendergast on Monday and the ease was adjourned nntil next Tuesday. "J. E« Landers L WISER ELM STREETt WES1FIEU. One of the horsea waa quite badly injured.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1906-10-24|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1906-10-24|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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