Westfield Republican, 1905-12-13
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®hc tUestficlb Kcpublicntt WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1905. NO. 39. VOL. LI. BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES. BEST SERVICE. The Drug Store that never substitutes. We give exactly what you ask for. If you can't come yourself phone us or write us. will get prompt attention HEARING ADJOURNED. UNION RELIEF ASSOCIATION Ballroad Commissioners Delay Action on the Application for an Overhead Bridge Treasurer's Annual Reports. Twenty- over Nickel Plate on Portage Street. fifth Tear The public hearing before the State Board of Railroad Commissioners on the application of the village for the abolition of the grade crossing of the Nickel Plate railroad on Portage street and the substitution therefor of au overhead bridge occurred at the Hotel Iroquois, Buffalo, last Wednesday. H. L. Munson, attorney for the village, Engineer Burne of the Chautauqua Traction Co., C. F. Bigler, E. M. Kent and I). K. Falvay were present to advocate the granting of the application, while Messrs Cochrane, Groat and Melhuish,who had previously opposed the granting of the right to cross the Lake Shore overhead bridge by 'he Chautauqua Traction Co., were present in opposition. The Nickel Plate and Lake Shore railroads were represented by their attorneys and will also oppose the project. Dr. C. E. Welch, Paul Welch and President Jones of the U. S. Canning Co. were in the city and looked over the drawings, but were not present at the hearing. Only a short time was given by the Railroad Commissioners to tbis matter and but two witnesses,Engineer Burns and C. F. Bigler,were heard. "The hearing was then adjourned to January 3rd. Dec. 1904, Balance in treasury Received from member- $ 34 28 You hip dues Received from individual gifts Nov 30, 1905, Received from Union school Thanksgiving offer- Nijv 30, 1905, Received Union Thanksgiving church collection Total amount received 2oth year 2 50 104 44 I VniNI'S CENTRA Ly I V/l 1 vj DRUGSTORE 24 34 Are You a Prospective 8 50 PHONE NO. 80 139 68 Holiday Shopper? Total amount in treasury during year Total amount expeuded 173 96 142 33 Then remember that procrastination during holiday time is the thief of comfort. Christmas stocks were never handsomer than this season. Let us suggest to you a few of the handsome and inexpensive presents to be found in our holiday stock. Ladies' shirt waists 81.00, $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 to $5.00. Ladies' dainty white aprons 25, 50, 75c and $1.00. Music rolls 50c, $1.00 to $1.50. Glove boxes 25c. Burned leather cigar cases 25c. Burned leather match safes 10c. Burned leather pen wipers 25o. Fancy hat pin holders 50c. Fancy toilet cases $1.00 to $2.25. the Santa Clans with attendants are spending Christmas with us. We announced his arrival last week. His especial object in coming so early was to unload the rich and rare gifts from all parts of the world at our door The attendants will assist in dealing out to customers articles from the choicest line of Holiday Novelties ever opened up in Westfield* Santa Clans will be the guest of honor until after Dec. 25 It is expected that vou will do him the honor to call. Doors open from 7 a.m. until 10 and 11 p. M. Balance in treasury close of year 31 63 Mrs. E. A. Skinner, Treasurer. V'esttield, N. Y., December 7, 1905. The Union Relief Association held its anuual meeting with Mrs. Tennant on December 5th, six members being present. Candelabra 01.00, $1.50 to $2.25. Handsome gold frame band mirrors $2.25. Secretary and Treasurer's reports were read and approved- Refreshments—Consist in showing you all the refreshing new and up-to-date articles that belong to a first-class store. Courteousness, politeness and promptness in filling orders are items upon the menu card. The early shopper gets first choice before the assortment is broken. Book racks 75c. After adjusting the bills for the day and discussing various matters of interest to the member—the treasurer read her annual report, which makes a fair showing as compared with recent years. It may be a matter of surprise to somo to know that ouly seven individuals have contributed to our fund during the year. Nut picks with crackers 25c. Hat brushes, ebony handle, 25c. Pocket books 10, 25, 50, 75c and 81.00. Hand bags 50, 75o, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 to $2.25. CHRISTMAS REMINDERS. f ancy Work Sale Work baskets 75, 85c and $1.00. Friday and Saturday 15,16, I will hold a sale of fancy articles at F. Winkelman's Clothing store. Imogen Knight. Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Smokers' Sets Collar and Cuff Sets Glove and Handkerchief Sets Military Sets Jewel Cases Perfume Cases Traveling Sets Shaving Sets Work Boxes Photograph Boxes Photograph Albums Postal Card Albums Writing Desks Triplicate Mirrors Candlesticks Candelabra Music Roils Gold Fountain Pens Picture Frames Framed Pictures Bridge W hist Sets Game of 500 Sets Harmonicas Accoidcons Hair Brushes Clothes Brushes Pipes Ladies' Hand Bags Ladies' Parcel Carriers Card Cases Bill Books Pocket Books Daily Reminders Diaries Calendars Card Receivers Hair Receivers Bon Bon Dishes Nut Bowls Steins Punch Bowls Water Sets Tobacco Jars Tankards Inkstands Paper Weights Wax Seal Sets Christmas Seals Christmas Tags Christmas Postals Drinking Cups Christmas Stationery Christmas Perfumes Christmas Candies Fancy Vases Fern Dishes Perfume Atomizers Have You Seen Those Handsome Towels By consulting the minutes, the Secretary finds the expenditures much the same as last year, the largest item being shoes for the school children which this year amounted to $45.23. He Knew It. Bought For Christmas ? Because when he paid his fire insurance premiums, his bill was 20 per cent, less than that charged by the ''Board companies " Do you want to save 20 cents on a dollar on your lire insurance? If so see D. K. Falvay, Agt. Fine damask hemstitched towels 25 50, 69, 75c and $1.00. Fine damask fringed towels 25, 50, 75c and #1.00. Huck towels, hemstitched, 15, 25 to 50c. Of this amount 24.88 was contributed by the school. Next in amount, are the bills for nursiug and physician's care, amounting to |41.05 The Society has had fewer individual cases for their services, during the past year than ever before, as some non-supporting families for whom many grocery bills have usually beon made, have left town. Gifts Suitable For Men. Four in hand ties, best styles, handsome patterns, 25 and 5t>c Mens' full dress mufflers $1.00 and $1 50. Mens' flannelette night shirts 50, 75, §1.00 and SI.25. Mens' soft and stiff bosom .shirts $1 00 i'.nd $1.25. Mens' kid gloves $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Mens' knit gloves 25 aud 50c. Mens' suspenders 25 and 50c. IN MEMORIAM, In the death of Hiram F. Shaw, which occurred at his home, 1633 North Fifth street, at eleven o'clock Sunday, Dec. 3, 1905, another old, respected and well known resident has taken his departure. Mr. Shaw's death was not a surprise to those who have known how serious has been his condition for some time past. A year ago he suffered from rheumatism, and this was followed by kidney trouble, developing into dropsy, bringing on hcwrt trouble. For many hours before his death Mr. Shaw was unconscious, and he passed quietly from the sleep of life to that of death. Throughout his long and severe illness, he was a patient sufferer. Few men have borne their sufferings as cli> erlully and wilh as little complaint as Mr. Shaw did. During all this time his faithful wile was a most devoted attendant at his bedside, aud everything possible was done for him. The officers for the following year are: President—Mrs. George W. Patterson; vice-president—Mrs. W. H. Walker; secretary— Mrs. K. It. Wright; treasurer— M rs. E. A. Skinner. Don't Forget Our Toy Department. We have everything in the line of a toy from 5c Mrs. Wright, Sec to $5 oo store will be open later than eight o'clock evenings from now until Christmas, K. O. T. M At the regular review of Westtield Tent No. 2ti0 K. O. T. M. held Mond.iy even ing, Dec. 4, 1905, the * following officers were elected for the ensiling term: Sir Knight Com—E L Miller. Sir Knight Lt Com—K A W'skely. Sir Kt K and F K—H A Sturgis. Sir Kt Chap—E A Araidou. Sir Kt Phys—H Ralph Willse. Sir Kt Sergt— C J Wilson, Sir Kt M at A—Fred E Winchell. Sir Knight 1st M of (4—E G Gottschalk. Sir Kt 2ud M of G—Leonard Trump. Sir Ktjj Sent—Frank E Winchell. Sir Kt Picket—Theron McGahen. U I p i I* f f 21 22 EainSt, n. I.. >11 <9 v/estfidid, iVew York. I Mr. tS.iaw was born iu the town 5 Westfield, New York, and would ha ■j been seventy-eight years old had he live I just two weeks longer. His early life »; spent in Westfield, ne having remaine there until he became of age. He woikt on a farm aad afterwards learned the cai riage making trade and worked at it With his brother he engaged in the busi ness at Panama, N. Y., and it was then that he met, wod and married his wift then Miss Jane King. The wedding tool place fifty years ago last Aug. 10th, Tin immediate ancestors of both for severa generations had been residents of Cayugi :ounty, New York. Mr. aud Mrs. Shaw moved to Burling on, Iowa, and the former carried on hi rade, and a few years later they came ti 31ue Earth county, locating on a farm ii garden City township. About the yen 864 the family moved to Mankato :;n< klr. Shaw built a building on South Fron itrtet, near the Presley store, aud en ragtd in carriage making. Five or sis rears later he built a residence and nho| >n Clark street and carried on the busi less there until he sold out about twentj rears ago. Then he moved to Duke's iddition, and continued to live there unti lis death. Three children were born to Mr and Mrs. Shaw, but they djed in early child lood. Mr. Shaw is survived by his wift tnd one sister, Mrs Bartholomew, a widow iving at Westfield, N. Y. He was a lirsi iousin of A. C. Barney of this city and Jharles Barney of Lake Crystal. Mr. Shaw was the oldest member of tb« Baptist church in point of membership; laving joined it about 1867. He was for 'ears a deacon in the church, and alwaye in active worker. He was well and fav>rably known in the city, and his death vill cause general regret. He was honrst, ionscieDtious, industrious, a good neighbor ind a kind friend, a model citizen and oving husband. His sterling characterstics won for him the confidence and riendship of all, and in hia death the city ias lost one of its best citizens. Mr. Shaw waB a successful and enthusiistic hunter in early days, when game was nore plentiful than it is now. About a juarler of a century ago, accompanied by Jhotographer Everett and the latter'e )rotber-in-law, he went on a hunting ind exploring expedition through the Ifellowstone park, by wagon. Indiana vere plentiful in those days in the Dakoas and Montana, and the trip was not vithout its perilB. The funeral services will be held at the 3aptist church at two o'clock Tuesday afernoon, Rev. E. M. Martinson conducing them, and the interment will be had it Glenwood cemetery. The following have been selected to act is pall bearers: C. L. Holmes, J. H. tfoore, Isaac Roberts, Martin Johnson, Sees Thomas and R. C. Hill.—Maukato Oaily Free Press. IGdJ ■*M&i*aa62Z2BL} Toys, Dolls, Games, etc., making a variety most complete. Our China Department—Brings together the best things irom France, Austria, England and Japan. Those who want real china come to us for it, Some splendid thhus in hand punted clnna. The newest and quaintest in the china Hue is the HOLLAND Sl.NSEL n.irc. appeals to those of refined taste at once. The beauty of the designs is irresistible. . „ , Cut Class—Beautiful things in cut glass at prices you can aiiora I. K. " O xT!~S, Prop. Fur Xhihs Presents we luive the finest line we bavt) ever f Corner | Drug I \ Store. J —Our picture framing will please you J. E. 11 ALU Look over our Leather and —For Sale.—Seasoned grape poste. S. F. Holbkook, Phone ]91d. carried Toilet Goods PERFUME NO TOYS to pay. Holiday Perfumes—In cut glass bottles put up in neat cases. Don't disappoint her by overlooking this. A bottle of nice perfume is always expected from some one. Be the one to give it yourself. Lamps—'The new 'amps of the season are here. Prices from $1 '<■> to $7.50 each. Our Parlor Lamps are popular because they are the beBt made and the prices are moderate. Framed Pictures—Over 200 to select from in prices from ~5c to $10.00 each. The Camp Fire Pastelle Pictures are the finest of the year. There is always a place for one more picture in the home, hence a picture is ever acceptable. 1 Books—When in doubt give a book, because everybody likes a good book. The new books of the year that commend themselves to judges of *ood literature are here. Beautiful Illustrated Gift Books are among the Tot, as well as children's books. Books for boys and girls. A superb line of the ever popular Alger and Henty books. A number of the new Humorous books, etc. Look over our line of 15c, 25c and 50c books which were formerly $1 50 each in the copyright editions Bibles—Nelson's Reference Bibles $1.00 each. Oxford and Bagster Bibles from $1.25 to $5 00 each. Red Letter Testaments, Pictorial New Testaments and Testaments with the Psalms. A great line of these to select from. Prayer Books and Hymnals in sets or separately. In every section of our store is a display of the most desirable and dependable goods, and the store service is of a character to make you thoroughly enjoy your Christmas shopping. —Our new shoe stock is selling fatt ai the cut prices. Sturgis. Every oue knows we are the leaders iu WeetfielS. Agent Allegretti's For —Our readers will be pleased to hear that C. B. Dudley is recovering his health. We claim the lend in stationery t'.iia year. Come and see before you buy s —Go to the Candy Kitchen for pure candy. It|is located in the Franz building on Elm street. Candies 1 Main St., Westfield, N. Y. —Rev, H. F. Yale,pastor of the Baptist church, has presented his resignation to take effect Jan. 1st. —S. C. Crandall and G. S. Carpenter, the local undertakers, have entered into partnership for one year. T'm'iZi i iTiTy —We can show you 75 different style rockers. J.E.Hall. —Go to McEwen's Elm street, for pure home made candies. $.t Ifour Own Ifrice to €lose $. Fine Assortment of pms, Gloces, Mittens, keggins, etc. and sec our Fancy Work for Christmas. 0ut QtnCK. —Ford's air tight all wood weather strip. For sale by Win. E. Campbell. —When in need of candy patronise the Candy Kitchen on Elm street. —While they last, lounges for the children at cost. J« E. Hall. 6omc in |ic s. mmmrn. —Bilk umbrellas with adjustable handles Take your choice of handles and covers $3.50 to $12.00. E. H .Overton. —Now is the time to brighten the lives of the little ones at the Randolph Home by sending them something for Christmas. Don't fail to hand in your contributions to Mrs. E. A. or Mies A. M. Skinner before Dec. 20th. To look earnest! v and hard for the best Don't forget the happiness that you can give ycur wife by presenting her with a Dinner Set of Royal Austrian China. It values in Carriage Painting. It won't —250 pairs samples mostly narrow widths in Queen Quality, Edwin C. Burt, K idcliffe and JLa France just one-half regular stamped retail prices at Sturgis' Shoe Sale. do to let your Buggy run along in a sort of good enough fashion. I am * positive it will pay you to have your Carriage Painting done at this shop. Since I am so positive isn't there a possibility that I am right. Kindly give me an opportunity to prove my 100 PIECE SET FOR $20.00 In White and Gold. The price should Behooves You —A special line of furs from 75c to $27, L. Wiser. make a sale at sight. —Solid Gold Cuff Buttons $1.75 to $30 a pair, Gold Brooch $1.50 to $30.00, Gold Scarf Pins $1.00 to $35.00. A very fine line of jewelry can be found at Overton's Jewelry Store. Christmas Cigars—Put UP in sma11 boxes exPressly for Sifts. If he smokes you cannot please him better than to present him with a box. WBe an early shopper and get the choice of goods before the assortment is broken. claims —Don't fail to call and see the Nixon Memorial at this office. —lien's initial handkerchiefs at 10c. L. Wiser. We have the new things in odd chairs, J. £. Hall. —'We have a special handkerchief at 20c each. Ask to see Mine. L, Wiser JOHN L. WHITE, M. A. LYON. West Main St., Westfield, N. Y.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1905-12-13|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1905-12-13|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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