Westfield Republican, 1908-08-26
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w r ,"i i 'rSpSf H* ®(jc toe0tfid& Wcpttblkftn Ajpf.jjWBp WKSTFIKLD, CHAUTAUQUA* CO. VOL UY. lN. Y„ WEDNESDAY. AUG... <6,1908. NO. 23. CENTRAL VIADUCT QUESTION. GOV. HUGHES ITINERARY. LYON'S DRUG STORE. WESTFIELD, NEW YORfc. & Cowan, Joint Hastings if VHIafS and TiWi Boards Hold Thursday and Tuos? day Evsnings. Will Bt at Chautauqua County Fair in Dunkirk on Thursday Nsxt Got. Hughes hu ooapiitid the itiner«; of hit propoeed ton to rarioa* county fairs for tin nut tiro «Nfa. He it «h«d> ■led to amice addreeses at each fair. The itinerary follows: Always Busy. FmkDnp* Phone 80 Night Calls, Phone 2223 Thar* *m a joint meeting of tho Village and Town Boards to consider tho' viaduct question on last Thursday evening at tho office of Tennant A Tennant. Than wo present, Sapor visor W» H. Thoupns, Josticas H. L. Manson, S. D. Powers, Trustees A. 8. Fitch, A. H. Harris and Fred F. Morgenstern. Judge A. B. Ottawa? and General Manager Caiish were present in the Interest of the Lake Erie Traction Coopaaj. ..THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P. O. Phone No. * Night sod emergency phone No. 188. Open Bondsy from IS to 1 only. We answer phone calls sk other hooss when niawwsry. OUR NEW STORE Wednesday, August 26th, Saratoga County fair at Baiiston; August 27th, 'Chautanqoo County fair at DanklA; Aagutt 28th, Tompkins County fair at Trumanahorg; September 2d, Oneida 'Ooonty Mr at BoonviUe; September 3d, St. Lawrence Coonty fair at Goaverneor, ■and Jefferson County fair at Watertown. For Summer Colds Two Year's Guarantee. Nothing relieves the sneezing and catarrhal condition like Bexall Ca- ▲ fresh stock of the Kantleek Water Bottles just received. A signed certificate with each one. Prioe $1.50. Fountain Syringe $200. Combination Bottles I&25. We have the lower priced goods in all qualities. Brisk bnrineu keeps our stock fresh and undamaged. Is Thoroughly Organized tarrh Jelly. Gives immediate relief With everything that goes to make a first-class drug store, and it is a pleasure for us, after two months of comparative idleness, to be able to greet our many friends once more at our former place of business. On notion of B. D. Powers the Chair was authorised to appoint a committee to visit Buffalo and investigate plank and concrete floors in use on bridges and viaducts. It was carried. On August 89th the governor is to speak at the opening of the tuberculosis pavilion on the outskirts of Albany, under the auspices of the Albany Federation of Labor. On September 5th he is to participate in the opening of the National Republican campaign in Ohio, a meeting being scheduled to be held at Youngstown on thst day. On September 17th he will go to Syracuse to speak at the State fair. without the use of any dangerous drug. Try it at our risk. Your money refunded if not as we say. In collapsible tubes, the price is 25c. The Chair appointed as such committee the entire Village and Town Boarda, and it was agreed to visit Buffalo on Monday next. PURE SPIOES—There is a great difference in spices sold in the open market "Very likely the most of yon have discovered this, at this season of the year, when so mnch pickling and preserving is going on, it is valuable to know where to find pure spices. We have STRICTLY PURE at all times, at the same price as you are accstomed to pay for the cheaper grades. CURRY PO"WDER—Of our own make, fresh, and most excellent for use in your pickles. It adds to the flavor and color and makes them most appetising. The question of whst wss to bs don* with the old bridge was discnssed, and tho clerk was instructed to write to the King Bridge Company and ascertain their prioe for taking it down. BRIGHTEN UP REVIEW OF ASSESSMENTS. With Sherwin-Williams Specialties. The Assessors and Railroad Officials A foot bridge across the creek during the erection of the visduct was discussed, but no action was taken. Have Livoly Time. Floor Paint, all colors, quart $ White Ohina Gloss Paint, quart Marnot Floor Varnish, gallon Hard Oil Finish, gallon Liquid Filler, gallon Buggy Paint, quart Liquid Veneer, polish .40 .60 2.75 1.75 1.50 .75 .25 €RYSTALIZED GINGER—For use in preserving pears, etc. You will never know how nice it is, until you use it. . Half pound boxes for 25 cents. The Town Assessors had a lively session with representatives of the Lake Shore and Nickel Plate roads on last Wednesday over the increase in their valuation. Supervisor W. H. Thompson and Assessors Nosh Burden, E. H. Finiey and B. J. Hopkins represented the town; Attorney M. C. Spratt and Claim Agent Phin. M. >Miller of Buffalo, represented the Lake bhore, while Edgar Hall of Ashtabula, •looked after the interacts of the Nickel Plate. E The Board of Assessors bad increased 'the valuation of the Lake Shore from 9276,000 to $350,000 and the Nickel Plate On motion meeting adjourned. On Monday the committee composed ol the following gentlemen went to Buffalo and investigated the bridge questioni Supervisor W. H. Thompson, Justioes R. D. Powers, feenj. Brands, M. D. Tennant, H. L. Munson, Trustee A. H. Harris and] Highway ComatMter Miller. They al*1 returned fully cofevlhOed that a plank floor' was better than n concrete, asphalt or brick, as will bn aMn by the following PARAFIN—To seal your Jelly Glasses, is the beet and most cleanly df all things for this purpose. We sell you any amount you may need. Lots of Articles at Fire Sale Prices. School Supplies Sundries These include goods with wrappers slightly smoked, without injuring the goods themselves. Among them are: 25c Box Papers for 15c each. 10c Packs of Envelopes at 5c pack. 24 sheetB Writing Paper for 5c. 5c Ink and Pencil TabletB at 3c each. Patent Medicines with smoked wrapMisat half price, such as liniments, Cough Remedies, Blood Remedies, Mai tine Preparations, Cod liver Oil Preparations, Kidney Remedies, Hair Restorers, Baby Foods, etc. Window Shades the 30c ones for 15c each, Window Shades the 50c enes for 25c each. Pap«r Window Shades, 5 shades to the roll 10c *611. Wall Paper, former 25c papers for 10c roll. Wall Paper, former 15c papers for 5c roll. Remnants at your own price. Are arriving. 150 sheets ink paper school pads.. 5 c Regular 6c pencils 2 for 5c Sohool Books for all districts The Eagle Spear Penoil with extra leads, new and useful 10c Drawing Pencils 6c Absorbent Cotton, lb 45c Adhesive Plaster, 1 yd, 1 inoh...lOo Bine Jay Corn Plasters 10c Dental Floss 10c, Wanoos Shampoo Bags ...lOo Rubber Sponges........ .10c to 75o port of Tuesday night's meeting: Thera was a joint meeting of .tksfMi and Village Boards at the ofltee ot Twnant A Tennant at S o'clock Tneednp evening, August 86,1906. [from 180,000 to <114,000, and the representatives made a vigorous protest, pointing out whtt seemed to them to be inaccuracies in tho roll. Tho Supervisor and Assessors held that the increased valuations was away below the actual valuations of the properties. There were present Supervisor W. H. Thompson, Justices' Benj. Breads, R. 1>* Powers, M. D. Tennant and H. L. Munson, Trustees, A. H. Harris, A. 8. Fitch, Chen. A MeEwes»rHlghway Oasusriwiousi Miller ntad Vtfage Clerk J. A. Riley. - GOVERNOR The railroad representatives grew hot ever the matter and threatened to carry the matter to the courts. A compromise was finally agreed upon whereby the Lake Shore was assessed 1800,000 and the Nickel Plate 190,000, which means an increase of $36,000 in the combined assessment over Isst year. CHARLES E HUGHES Meeting «u called to order by the Supervisor, who made the following report. He amid the committee visited Buffalo and visited varions bridges and consalted numerous officials. He said he had been in favor of concrete, but had been convinced that plank wat better for our DIAMOND DYES—Such as went through the fire—Three packages for 10c. They are all right for coloring purposes. BOOKS AT HALF PRICE—Get ready for the coming long Fall and Winter evenings by supplying yourself with good books. 50,000 POSTAL CARDS—Fresh views at lc eac^. New lot of Rubber Water Bottles, Atomizers, Fountain Syringes, WILL SPEAK ;AT THE CHAUTADQUA COUNTY FAIR Important. Mr. Tennant said he had talked with City Engineer Lamy and told him how we were situated Mr. Lamy said from his eight years experience he would advise an oak floor. He said it was impossible to cross a concrete bridge in winter on a sleigh, but you could cross a plank one. Mr. Tennant suggested an oak or pine floor. use. All those interested in the temperance cause in Westfielfare requested to attend an important meeting of the W. C. T. U. at the M. £. church, Thursday, August 27, at 3 p. m. Central Park, Dunkirk-Fredonia etc., etc. Thursday Afternoon, Aug. 27th. Everything new in the Drug and Druggists Sundry Line. We are thoroughly equipped to serve you with all that is best at the lowest posssble prices. Trolley Work. A force of men are at work grading the roadbed east of the village limits, and all indications point to a large force'being employed on the viaduct within a few days as a large quantity of tools and material have already arrived. This year's fair will be one of the best ever Riven in Chautauqua County. Large live stock, agricultural and horticultural exhibits vill be supplemented by exhibits and demonstrations sent here nj A_ T\_ . • » ** *«• »« ■ * —- M. A. LYON. Mr. Thompson said he stated the prop- I osition to Col Ward, Commissioner of Public Works of Buffalo, and Mr. Ward said the only feasible thing was plank, ar it was impossible to make repairs on a concrete or asphalt bridge in winter. From an engineering standpoint he would recommend three-inch plank. He also said there was more noise on a brick pavement than on a plank roadway. Engineer Guthrie of the Grade Commission, also made the same statement. by the State Department of Health, the State Department of Agriculture, Cornell University, the State Experiment Station and the German Kali Works, as well as large exhibits of agricultural implements, machinery, etc. Governor Hughes' address Thursday should bring out the'lftrgest attendance ever present at a Chautauqua County fair. The Fair opens Wednesday and continues afternoon, and evening for four days, August 26,27, 28 and 29, closing Saturday Evening. Two Horse Races Daily. Base Ball Games Daily. Sensational Vaudeville, Afternoon and Evening. Band Concerts Daily. Big Midway. Kemp's Wild West Show Every Afternoon. Admission to All 25c. Carriages, Automobiles Free. Special service on all railroads on Thursday on account of the presence of Governor Hughes. Train for Westfield will leave Dunkirk via Lake Shore Railway at 5:50 p. m., city time. For further information, address H. M. Clarke, Sec., Fredonia, N. Y. JONES' ™ATE The Y. IN. C. A. PHARMACY. The committee having in charge the for* mal opening and dedicatory exercises of the Y. M.C. A. are making plans for a very auspicious occasion. Summer Perfumes are now in. A fall line of PALMER'S, WOODWORTH S BUEL LILIES HUDNUT'S, INCARNET Sc RICKSECKERS, ROGERS & GALET, PETER'S LE TREBLE, The committee comprises the following members, who are also members of the. board of directors: Dr. C. E. Welch, H. L. Munson, H.' W. Thompson, F. B. Brewer, F. A. Hall. Mr. Powers said he favored plank after he had visited Buffalo. Barely oae would be hard to please who could not find what be waQted with tbe above list to choose from. The date is not definitely set for these services, but we shall arrange for a date, about the middle of September. Commissioner Miller said he could not see how we could better ourselves than by using plank. He said the only thing practical upon the plans as presented was a plank floor. He said he believed the freezing in winter had more*to do with the breaking up of the concrete than anything else. We should be sure and tie the trolley up for its perpetual maintenance. Come iu and look over our unrivalled stock of Perfumes and Toilet Waters. The gymnasium equipments have been ordered and other detail matters are receiving the best attention of the board and standing committee. We have just received a new stock of the latest designs of LADIES' HAND BAGS. We carry a full line of LILY MANICURE SUPPLIES. Our Famons Soda Fountain is running at its full oapacity. Three kinds of Ice Oream and all the finest fruit flavors. Oar delicious Coco Cola, etc., etc. Erie Conference. The Erie Animal Conference meetB in First Chnrob, Jamestown, Wednesday, September 2nd, Bishop Hamilton, presiding. Friday afternoon is the Laymen's Brotherhood meeting. On Saturday, the entire Conference of over 250 with visiting officials and wives and others to make over 360, will trolley to Weetfleld. This will be oar opporta nity to show Westfield Hospitality. Care will leave Jamestown about 12 o'olook, arriving here about 2 o'olook and it is proposed to give them dinner in the Welch Faotory and show them Weetfleld in general and the M. E. Church in particular. It will be In order to have baggies, busses, wagons 6t even automobiles to drive to the lake and through the vineyards and our citizens are urged to show their hospitality by assisting in furnishing conveyances for the arive. It is an honor to our village to be paid a visit by such a body, and we believe all our oitizenB would be pleased to have a hand in showing them the beauties of our village. All those who would like to assist in this matter will please leave their names at the Gas Offioe. Hnyler's Candy fresh each week. Mr. BreadB said there was no rattling on the planked bridges he visited, and he was convinced plank was the material to use. National Cigar Stand with, the finest line of tobaoco Viaducts are the Rage ever offered in this section. OUR DRUG LINE IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. Mr. Miller said hard pine was the best for flooring. Mr. Harris said he was present at Buffalo, and thought a plank floor was the best by all means. By carrying a complete line of the highest grade goodB we merit yonr patronage. This year. We are about to have one, so you can come to us on the level, it haB been a little uphill /or people living west to reach the top of the pike and visit No. 3 Main street where there is a large variety of Olothing to Select from also Gents' Furnishings# They are pouring in every day and we shall be in position to meet your wants. I have 'em all made up or to your order. I guarantee a fit or no sale. My bargains never fail to inspire buyer* Test our qualities and prices by making comparisons. Business propositions —the factories gave me prices on goods so low I am bound to sell. The knack of merchandizing is buying. Bought right I can sell right. Plenty of reasons why you should come to the Fair Store. You are not paying someones bad bills. You are not paying for big rent You are not paying for a lot of clerks standing around on one foot. My clerks stand on both feet and look you square in the eye, when they say wool, wool it mast be. You do not believe in Trusts, neither do l, so just bring along the cash and we can swap. I am in it, at it, all of the time up at the top of the Pike. The China Souvenirs go at half price to close. My New Fall Hats are here. B. D. Powers moved that the plans and specifications of the viaduct across Chautauqua Creek, as presented by the Buffalo A Lake Erie Traction Company, and approved by the State Engineer, be accepted provided a satisfactory contract between the Buffalo & Lake Erie Traction Company and the |own Board and Viiiagfe of Westfield can be hereafter arranged. It was carried. JONES' PHARMACY. / Chautauqua 7—Titusville 1. Chautauqua took a rather easy game from Tituaville Wednesday afternoon by the acore of 7-1. The visitors were weak with the stick and slipped np in their fielding at critical times. Chautauqua pounded oat nine hits off the Titusville twirieri Ward, Doyle and 8harpe each getting two. Most of the scoring was done in the foarth, fifth and sixth innings. The three in the fifth being made on line drives by Monntford, an error by the shortstop which gave Lally first and a single by Ward scoring both. From the present lineup of the team the prospects are that Capt. Monahan's men wll clean op the rest of the bard schedule which they have before them. Titusville 5, Chautauqua 2; struck out, by Sharpe 5, by Benedict 3; stolen bases, Chantanqua 4, Titusville 2; batteries, Sharpe and Lally, Benedict and Freed. Notice ! On motion adjourned. H. W. Thompson, Clerk. There will be a grand opening at the Majestic Theatorium, No. 11 Market Btreet, with a fine ran of moving pictures and illustrated songs, commencing Wednesday Evening. August 26th, and continuing each evening thereafter with an entire change of piotures each evening. We have come to please both young and old. Good- seats. Good music. Come and enjoy the cool evenings in pleasure. Admission 6 cents. —Beal estate transfers recorded with the clerk at Mayville: Nahum Woodruff to Edgar W Stebbins, Ripley, $1; John Wurtenberg to Emma L Peet, Stockton,$1 Charles P Smith to Pamelia A Smith, A. W. Lock wood, who left a $5,000 job to assume the saperintendency of the worsted mills of Hall & Co., in Jamestown has resigned his position. No reasons for his resignation are given, bat the presumption is that he has a better job elsewhere, as he has been connected with the big woolen mills of the Esst. —The Brocton Enterprise reports that Concord grapes never looked better except that the crop is not excessively large. Prospects favor a season three weeks earlier than last year, with Concords to be ripe early in September. * "V " ' —Subscribe for the Republican. The Pair Clothing Store, R. D. Powers, No. 3 flain St., Westfield, N. Y. "Chautauqua 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 1—7 Titusville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0—1 Two base hits, Sharpe 2, Doyle 1; errors, —Fob Sale—One thousand grape crates. F. B. Lamb.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1908-08-26|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1908-08-26|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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