Westfield Republican, 1907-07-10
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@|)e lUtstfieUi licpwblicaw - J VVESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO.. S. Y., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1907. NO. 17. VOL LIH. M'CONNELL—DICKSON WEDDING A NARROW ESCAPE. PITTS' DEPARTMENT STORE THE QUALITY STORE. LARGEST STOCK. BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES. I VOM'S CENTRAL L> I V/n O DRUGSTORE A llotse anil Hi'KKy, Yoimi; Mail mill L*dy One Ol The Sueial Kvmtn Of The F.ill Into Trench Hi Nickel Flute >e»*un A peculiar and fortunate accident happened shortly after eleven o'clock 1 uesiiay night. A young oian from Ripley, Ed LnDue, and Miss Graham, who lives at Miss Susan Patterson's, were out driving and ;n coming up North Portage street they passed the barrier and drove into the excavation which is being made for the overhead hridge. It is thought that the horse walked out on some plank that were used for wheeling out the dirt and that they slipped, precipitating them to the bottom of the trench, a distance of The home i>f Professor and Mrs. G ; Fayette Dickson, of Chestnut sfteet was j the scene of a pretty wedding at high ! noon. Saturday, when their only daughter. Miss Amy R. Dickson was united in marriage to Harold McConnell of New York City, f. rmerly of Mayville. The house was handsomely decorated with roses, ferns and carnations, the color scheme of the dining room being pink aud white. ~ --k .V V Night Calls—Phone No. 152 B. &&Y; frlot" of 1f?e iun of "frcvvei is \r) v'0£) sustable ccsturoelo vector) trip. £)o dainty Thiols 1b put"on when you meeT ycur suroroer friends tl-err) 2\rr/ leas g)!C\<d to See ycu ? PHONE NO. SO Summer Remedies EFFERVESCING PHOSPHATE SODA is qpoling t o the blood and most excellent for clearing up the complexion—4-ounce bott le, 25c. BROMO-PEPSIN corrects biliousness and is prefer red to Bromo beltzer on account of its milder action upon the stomach. Price 10c, 25c and oOc. HEADACHES are common during excessive hot weather. Our Analgine 1 ablets at 10c per dozen or Headache Waters at 25c a package are a certain and almost * Promptly at noou the wedding party consisting of the bride, charmingly attired iu a gown of Persian lawn trimmed with lace, aud carrying white carnations; Miss Nellie T.. Haight, bridesmaid, wearing white silk mull aud car ryiug pink conations; aud the groom attended by his brother, Austin MeCounell of Mayville, came into the room, passing through aisles of ribbon held by Alma aud Grace Knowltou, cousius of the bride aud Elizabeth Brooker aud Minnie Card, while Miss Grace Pappenhageu, presiding at the piano, played the Wedding March by Mendelssohn, aud took their places before a bank of roses and ferns. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. C. Delaplaiu of the Methodist Episco a! church, using the short ring service, which was made more beautiful by the soft music from the piano which continued during the entire service. After hearty congratulations on the part of the one hundred and twenty live guests present, the company partook of a delicious four course breakfast served by Mrs. Anderson, as ■ caterer, assisted by youug lady friends of the bride. J, v \ | /g3 fcei CV.'^; COMMCMT 1104 , ISV T' "IV 1' >••>■.■<• A e-oW? inataut relief. . . , _ ... DON'T go away from home without taking a bottle of our Cholera Cure with you. It cures all bowel troubles quickly and safely. Price 25c per bottle. SWEET CASTOR OIL—Pure Castor Oil, made so pleasant to the taste that children ask for it after once taking it. Price 15c per bottle. BLACKBERRY CORDIAL—The children's remedy for dysentery. Keep it in the house at all times. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. TALCUM PCWDERS—Our special sale on Talcum Powder has been a recordbreaker The odors are Violet, Crushed Rose and Sandalwood 25c valuet tor over eight feet. The young lady was quite badly shaken up and bruised, but is not thought to be seriously injured. The young man escaped with only slight injuries, as did the horse. The buggy and haruets were badly damaged. The young lady was placed on the trolley car and taken to the Chautauqua Sanitarium, where she is doing well. It took considerable time and ynjrk to get the horse and buggy out. (§D)ur}bono<3*t~ duties >■ Ave I Time. | ,v:UZ£} 15c. SriRO—Relieves the odor of peroration. You cannot afford to pass it Only 25c per box. \ HOW ABOUT PARIS GREEN;? Taking it altogether, it was a very lucky accident It would 6eem that the Village should insist that another fence be built this side of the Nickel Plate so that such au accident may not occur agaiu, as it wight be a costly one to the Village. You want the Pure Paris Green, of course. It is the kind to buy and the kind we sell. It costs no more than dealers charge for the cheap, adulterated kind. Ours has beeu tested and is warranted to be strictly pure. By its use you get results quickly. __ o»aitVco cm&nso- ■ * ' WHETHER you travel to see your friends or youi ? iriends come to see you, you wish to be vvell- J[dressed for thein, do you not? You can make a good impression with little money because we are selling our Summer stock without any profit unto ourselves. Our trade was large before the Fourth and it is now profitable to us to sell our goods at greatly reduced prices. ARE YOU looking for a cool, restful place these warm, summer days. Just drop in at our Soda Fountain aud get refreshed by being served with some ol our Pure Ice Cream served with pure fruit juices or select crushed fruits, or if you prefer, take a glass of Moxie or Root Beer, Wild Cherry Phosphate, Lemon I hos phate, Chopped Nut Glace or David Harum Dope. Everything served in polished clean glasses or dainty china dishes. Its a hobby of ours to see that everything is clean and served just right. 81, Feter'n Church Next Sunday, July'll, there will be a vesper service at 4 ilO p 111. instead of the usual evening service There will be no service at 7 :oO p.tn The bride who is one of Westfield's most charming and accomplished youug ladies was the recipient of a very large number of elegant wedding gifts including silver, cut glass, linen, eliiua, pictures and SI 10 in money. The happy couple left during the afternoon for a short trip and after August 1st, will make their home in New York city, where the groom has a line position with the Standard Oil Company. He is a son of County Clerk E. J. McConnell. The following were present, from out of town: Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. Herrrek, Mr. Vunper Services at tlie ItaptUt Church On the .Sunday evenings of July and August the evening services of the Baptist Church will be liekt at 5 o'clock iiistei d THE PAINTING SEASON Is rushing right along wirh the Devoe and Zinc Paints in the lead, as it should be. It goes farther and wears longer than other paints, aud is the only paint that has been pronounced absolutely pure by State chemists after a most cartful analysis. We have all kinds of Paints aud Paint Material. Come to us for your supplies. We are sure we can save you mouey. 10 o'clock A cordial invitation extended tu every oi l EIGHT TAILORED SUITS LEFT. THEY ARE YOURS AT LESS THAN COST. one Gun Club 1 Black Panama, braid and silk trimmed. $20.00 - 1 Black Panama, braid and silk trimmed. $25.00 - 1 Suit Checked Novelty, braid and silk trimmed, $2S. 1 Gray Invisible Plaid, silk trimmed, $25.00 - - 1 Black and White Striped Novelty. $15.00 - - - Reduced to SI 4.00 Reduced to $15.00 Reduced to SI5.00 Reduced to SI 5.00 Reduced to SI0.00 STATIONERY—We have the latest things foi' ladies' correspondence ami at last the right thing has beeu discovered for gentlemen. The Gentleman's Club, n most superb paper in quality aud style. Ask to see it. The following very good scores were made at the Fourth of J uly shoot of the Wesitield Kod and linn Club. and Mrs. A. H. Stafford, Mr. ,1. C. Stafford, Mr. James Stafford, Jamestown; Mrs. Minnie Nell', Miss Lulu 15. Hugely Buffalo; and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Small, Erie, Miss Marjorie McConnell, Elgin, Nebraska; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McCou nell, New York, Austin McConnell, Mrs. K. A. Ecker, Miss T. H. llublee, New York and Mrs. A. H. Godard, Professor and Mrs. L. W. Sw-iin, Mayvilie; Mrs. Hiram Scott, Miss Sophie Gibbs, Sherman; Miss Grace Pappenhagen, Mead ville, Pa., Air. and Mrs. Duane Adams, and Mrs. J. V. Meeder, Eipley, Mrs. 1'. \V. Bemis, and Mr. and Mrs. L). G. Jillsou, Chautauqua. M. A. LYON. 1 a n<. !•; r> S9.00 Reduced to SI4.75 Reduced to SI0.00 I lopper Douglas is 17 •21 U> 1 Gray Plaid, black trimmings, 1 Blue Panama, lace and silk trimmed. $25.00 - - 1 Brown and White Cneck. $20.00 Wratieu •21 '21 li» JONES' PHARMACY Thompson Wester .... 15 I 12 •21 1 !t We believe you will buy.a trunk full if you come to our store. T. W. Mdsukii, hec'y Tbje Busy Corner. Mrs. Frank (ireen, a respected resident of this town, died suddeuly at her home oil McK inlev street, Sunday morning, aged ">M vears and two months. Mrs. (ireen lind been in her usual health and had about completed her household duties for the morning, when she was taken with a severe paiu in her head, and passed away within an hour. The cause of death was a stroke of apoplexy. The remains were taken to Sugar Grove, where the funeral will be held this afternoon. .She is survived by a husband. Sn«l<len Death CORDIALLY YOURS. . HI DITTC 21 & 22 MAIN ST., , L. KI I I O, WESTFIELD. Nothing too good for out' trade. A complete line of Drugs an;l Druggist Sundries at .all times. New line of Stationary just received. We have been appointed agent for Dr. George's Corn and Shields which have all the other Corn and Bunion Plasters beater Remember we get lluvler s and Allegretti's Candy fresh once a week Ikinion New IiuiiiHtry Howard Kelsey of (Mean has moved here and opened a cigar factory in the rooms over the Bigler meat market and it> turning out only tirst-class goods made from the very best material. Experienced workmen ouiy are employed, no child labor, and everything will be done to give his trade a No. 1 article. Those in need of his goods will make no mistake in patronizing him, and will tind him a courteous and obliging gentleman. Lamb & Cowan, I. E. JONES, N. Y. Fresh Drugs. Always Busy.# ...THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P. O. 1>hone No-1 Night and emergency phone No. 188. Open Sunday trom 12 to 1 only. We answer phoDe culls at other hours when necessary. REDUCTIONS! *«*SUNIMER MILLINERY VERY (J CLOSE OUT STOCK. JJ Summer Underwear, Summer Hoyj siery, Gloves, etc., at LOW PRICES. Look at our Japanese Embroidery and Drawn Work. | J. MACOMBER, GRAPE CROP OUTLOOK J.J. Brnlen of Stanley. N. Y., State inspector of nursery stock iind assistant in the department ot agriculture, spent the first three days of last week in the grape belt investigating for Commissioner Weitiug the outlook for this year's crop of grapes. Before leaving Fredonia, where he made his headquarters, Mr. Bardeu stated that in his opinion there were many reasons for expecting an average or above average crop. He found the crop backward, owing to cold, wet weather, but he also found less evidences of insect and fungus enemies than for some years past, at this time of year. Mr. Barden said the dreaded root-worm was in evidence in many viueyards, all the way from State Line on the west to Sheridan on the east, but not in so large force as i for some previous years. He found less j of the ravages of the steel blue beetle than | formerly, and found no trace of the leaf ' hopper, which, three years ago, nearly • destroyed the crop in many vineyards. An Injunction Served Work was commenced on the overhead bridge that is to cross the Nickel Plate on Portage street in front of the Welch Grape Juice factory last week. The plans of the Nickel Plate's engineer carried the excavations over 16 feet each side beyond the road limit and into the property of the Welch Grape Juice company, aad on Friday it became necessary for President Welch to have an injunction served upon the officials of the Nickel Plate to protect Five Dollars Kara Linen Paper. Brings the new Folding Brownie Ko- We have seen nothing that compares with this Eatou Hurlburt paper. It has an easy writing surface and the quality is fine enough for the most particular. We'd like to show you the difference between Kira and some of the other kinds—'2.r)C for a pound—about 96 sheets. CHEAP TO dak. As good a shutter and lenses as on the more expensive kinds •There is no better value for a beginner, Call and ?ee samples. Beri Olive Oil is a light pressing of small olives crown ou the mouutaiu slopes near Nice,France. It is produced under the most cleanly conditions. The nutritious value of pure olive oil cannot be overestimated. In case of impaired digestion use olive oil. 1 rice of Beri olive oil, pints .>()<■, quarts !Soc. Half pint trial size, 25c. All our bottles are full size. IVestfield, N. Y. the company's interests. Superintendent S. C. Crandall of the water board had a conference with the engineer for the Nickel Plate in regard to our water mains and it was agreed to ( lit a tunnel through the concrete abutments so that repairs can be made on the mains HEAL ESTATE tkassfkks Anton Krickson to John J. Whitney, J fituestown, $1. OLD CORDUROY ROAD Juue 27.—Hannah Meyerinkto (Jousistury Abbev Reformed church, $200. Joel A. Powers to VV. (J. and M&lvina M. Baker, Portland, $1. The Portage road, running from Barcelona south to the Glen mills, where it joined the old French military road to Chautauquay, was laid out by Col. James McMahon, in 1805, being now a little over one hundred years old. Some of the difficulties of our tirst settlers is well illustrated by the uncovering of that portion of the road now being dug up to lay the foundation of the trolley bridge over the Nickel Plate track. There was a deep swale to cross at that point, and the diggings reveal three layers of great logs, alternated by layers of gravel, to give a tirm foundation for teams. This was one of the principal highways to Pittsburg in those days, by way of Chautauqua and the Alle* gheney, and much heavy teaming went ' over it. It was probably built to avoid I the very steep pitch down into and up out i of the bed of the crerk, at the site of the old woolen mill, which is a part of the old | French road, and which, with modern improvements, is sliil ho steep as to be but ! little used.. Andrew B. Carter to Carl A. Bergman, .Jamestown, $3000. if necessary. George YV. Ball to Harvey L Yilleuova, $1. Cieer, Insecticides. Ant and Roach Powder, box 10c, jujy i—Harry M. Shaw to Oscar Shaw, Chautauqua, $1. Charles H. Duncorobe to Jaiuea B. Houghton, Ripley, $11-30. Jenney L. Payne to Amelia Spencer, Portland, $1. Thomas J. Newell to trankhn Dutton, Sherman, $1. Andie A. Cosgrove and others to Emma J. Fay, Westtield, $1. William J. Pattison to Everett L. i ike, Jr., and Levi E. Pike, Chautauqua, $1. Hermon L. Kent to John C. anil .Myrtle V. Jones, Westtield, $1. W. M. Whallon to 1-ranc ll. bm.Ui, Chautauqua, $1. July 2 —Abner Billings to Jared Hewes, Chautauqua,' $1. Mary A. Dearing to Fred E. Dearing, Mayville, $1. July o.—-Giuseppe Minneci and otliers to Ferdinando Rosiuo, Portland, $1. Charles O. Peterson to Charles Hi Delcamp, Portlaud, $1. July 5.—Mary J. P. Hewes to Edward B. B. and Fluvilla B. Hewes, Chautauqua, $1. Egbert E. Woodbury to M. Delia Butts, Harmony, $1. Charles B. Gardner and Sarah (j. Molt to Bert Belden and Henry Leworthy, Fredonia, $1. Argyle W. Rumsey to John H. Lascelles, Westtield, $1. Swanson and Munger to J. Albert and Hannah Frederickson, Jamestown, $lb,- 000. Kpwoith Lesmue Institute, Bath Supplies. . Sea Salt, 15c aud 25c. Bath Mitts, pair, 25c and 50c, J uly 0 —Ira L. Cornell to Emily C. Hewes Chautauqua, $1. The Erie District Ep worth League Institute met with Forestvilie Chapter, July 1-3, and was pronounced a great success in every way. The Forestvilie people deserve much praise for their hospitality and for the arrangements they had made for the entertainment and comfort of their Kill Quick for bed bugs, 15c. THE WELCH GRAPE JUICE CO- Bath Brushes, '25c to $1.00, Our < )wn Bed Bug Killer, pint, 25c. Slug Shot, package, .'SOe Consecutive Preferred Dividend No. !>• liubber Sponges, a good size, for 25c. Colgate's White Clematis Soap, box 25c Bug Death, package, 15c. The regular semi-annual dividend on Preferred Stock of three and one-half (3y) per cent out of the surplus net earnings of the Company for six months ending June 30, 1907, will be paid by check mailed July 15th. Couti'a White Castile, pound, 20c, Disparene, pound cans, 20c. guests, The conferences on all the departments were full of new and bright ideas aud methods, the addresses were all full of inspiration and a deep spiritual tone pievailed throughout the whole convention and closed with a very impressive altar Boraxo, powdered borax and powdered soap, box 25c. ">-lb. pails at 18c Hess' Louse Killer, pounds, 25c, Paris Green—Strongest and surest. Wo guarantee it to be the best sold in Westtield, E. T. Wklch, Treasurer. J uly 5, 1907. no matter what juice. — Remember the baked goods sale Sat- July 13, at the Gas Office; also home made candy and aprons for sale. It will com- service J. A. Macdonald was nominated for president tor the seventh year, but so urgently appealed to be released from the burdens and duties which he had carried for the past six years, that his request was granted and Rev. A. I». Phillips, Kipley, N. V., was elected to that office, while Mr. MacDonald was selected to represent the district at the twelfth National Anti- Saloon League convention to be held in Norfolk, Va , September 15 19, 1907, the district voting to pay all expenses. —Work 011 the trolley line is gradually approaching Silver Creek. All the grading between Buffalo and Angola is completed and rails laid to Eighteen-Mile creek. As soon as the bridge at that point is completed rails can be laid as far as Angola. Last Monday morning eleven car-loads of mules were unloaded at Angola preparatory to beginning the work of grading between that place and Silver Creek. We may expect soon to hear the musical hee-haw of the mule and the gentle words of the driver.—Silver Creek ' News. Kiiftineer lujtiretl O. Lunphere, engineer on an eastbound fast freight ou the Lake Shore railroad, was struck on the head while looking out of the cab window near State Line last Friday morning, and had his upper jaw bone and nose broken besides receiving other bruises. A westbound freight w*» passing at the time, and it i» not known what hit him. He was brought here and taken to the Chautauqua Sanitarium whew his wounds were dressed by Dr. Wiltse. He will be able in a few days to go to his ' home at Collinwood. mence at o.OO p. m —The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Lniou Cemetery Association will hold an ice cream social at the home of Miss Cora House on Thursday of next week, July 18th, both afternoon and evening. All are cordially invite! to attend. The lower layer of logs used in this road, so low down that they have been always soaking wet, are for the moBt part still perfectly sound. —Patronize your home merchants, they are the ones who are helping to build up our town; they are not getting so rich but what they need your tradS. The mail order houses have enough now, yes, enough to last them a good many generations. —Since the autos have taken possession of the streets, and the bicycles the sidewalks one of our citizens says he has taken to the tall grass. The following place attedned. J. A. Macdonald, Misses Bessie L. Macdonald, Nina Wratten and Mabel Culver.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1907-07-10|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1907-07-10|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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