Westfield Republican, 1903-06-10
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®l)c tPcstficlb Republican WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. L, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10, 1903. NO. 12. YOL. XLIX. Framing a specialty. Our werk is guaranteed ta please. New Mouldings with up ta date effecta. THE ROOT WORM. STABBING AFFRAY! Plus for it* extermination *r. Being Janaae Stab* A.th.17 Vale* •• LYON S CENTRAL DRUG STORE. Amujwi la a TImt»4 N«ar Biploy CnmIir. Saturday Nltkt An Italian ttabbing affray occurred hare on last Saturday evening near the Nickel Plate depot oa Pearl street. Dr. E. P. Felt, itate entomologist, and Prof. Barden apent several days in the grape belt the paet week investigating the grape-root worm. They fonnd them in all kinds of soil and everywhere In the grape belt investigated by them. In some vineyarde the number is greater than in others. Phone Ho. Anthony Dolce, proprietor of the Lake Shore hotel, sitnated on English street near the Lake 8hore tracks, waa on his way up town when he met James Latoaa, who lives at the forks of East and West Pearl street. Dolce says he spoke to Latona, saying, "Hello, James." The latter made no reply, bat stepped ap and stabbed Dolce in the right side, penetrating the lung. Dolce waa knocked down and had to be helped to his hotel. Latona fled and nothing haa since been seen or heard of him. Anthony's injoriee are not serious, and he is able to be up and aroand. A 1 number of Italians were up to see Justice Powers Monday, and it was claimed by them that Latona was avenging a crime committed by Dolce against his daughter some time ago. Intereating developments may be expected if Latona can be apprehended.COMMENCEMENT GIFTS-It in none too ear ly to • fine line of Books, Gold Pens, Ont QIms, China, Sterling Silver, NoTelties and Pictures to select from. 8ome ehoioe things at little prices. _ . -ntiseDtic and Dree while they Last—Samples of Euthymol Tooth P , Hazel Jelly for Ban barn, tan and for softening and beautifying the Wm*Rock Rose and Celery Tea, a great blood cleanser and tonic. Allen's Foot Ease—To rest tired feet , Saw Palmetto Berry Wine, for kidney and bladder troubles. sample package of these articles and test their value. . j ;i i. ICECRKAM-We sell the I. X. L. Ice Cream because we have Jounditto be the best, after frying creams made by Buffalo Md J"® flavoror Stww- We supply it in quantities whenever wanted, either the Vanilla flavor o berry. We keep both kinds constantly on hand. , n. Phn«ntnU Delicious Summer Beverages are these—Coca PJosphatj, Lemon Phosphate, Claret Phosphate, Lime Juice and KoLune Fru.t Choo£ late Creme De Mint, Celery Sherbert, Root Beer and VidlJ'Water. «Onr Fountain is au inviting place these warm summer days. Cleanliness and coolness all fK>m Be8t Medicines. That is why we aie so particular about the remedies we purchase. If you want the best results ▼ou take have it prepared at our prescription department. Your doctor will worry lew about your recovery. The test skill and the largest experience are factors that count at our prescription department. ,, ., __ Something New—SILVER SALT—For cleansing silver, gold, or anything with a polished surface. You don't have to rub or scrub. It is a powder to dissolve in hot water. It makes everything shine by just dipping in the solution. Nothing quite so good ever invented. We sell it, 1 ry it. Paris Green—Use the pure kind that has been tested. We sell it. Joss Sticks for the sick robm. They burn for a long time emitting a pleasant odor and kill all germs. —— Thirty-five items of Merchandise Dr. Felt and Prof. Barden will devote most of their time for the next few weeks experimenting. Dr. Felt endeavored to find a vineyard "moderately infested without apparent injury" for his field of operation. His idea relative to experimenting was to operate on a live vineyard instead of trying to bring bsck to life one practically dead. Moat of the vineyards are in the former condition and his aim is to discover some method|of keeping the worm in check, and eventually reducing the number to a minimum, thereby saving the grape industry in this belt. Call and get a OF STIRRING VALUE. ■<» Thirty-five bargain offerings qualified for this event, telegraphic brevity of the statement only emphasizes public value and importance. The their Here is merchandise so timely and desirable as to need no description, at prices so stirring as to need no argument. Every item is important. Every bargain will interest. D. K. Falvay discovered that a portion of his vineyard had been attacked by the fidia and believing that the only way to win a battle ia to get into the fight and fight, he offered Dr. Felt a portion of his vineyard to experiment on. Dr. Felt and Prof. Barden made close investigation «everal times and finally concluded that the conditions were satisfactory for their pur- A very severe thunder storm visited this section on Taeeday morning,and lightning struck the barn of O. J. Marsh on Maple street. The ridge board and rafters were splintered, and the electric light service was destroyed. Two men were in the barn at the time, but the men and horses escaped without being injured. It is a wonder the barn was not set on fire. Llfknlai Strack a Barn. 2 embroidered ailk waiat patterns, 91.50 to *5 values, reduced to $3. 3 doz. children's blaok hose, 15 and 25o value at lOo. 1 lot feather stitched braid, moatly broken pieoes, to oloee at 2c each. 3 embroidered white mufelin dress skirts, •&.7S valne, reduced te 93. 9 linen waist patterna stamped for embroidery, 9X26 value, at $1.75. 10 pieoes dress linings. 38 in. wide, mostly black, 15 and 25c value at lOo. 10 doz. extra large bleaohed Turkish tews • 2 for 25c. 5 pieces foulard silk, 5 to 10 yd lengths, blue and white design, $1 values reduced to 50o. 6 pieces dress stiffening, 10c value at Sc. 1 piece herring bone hair oloth, 25c value at 15c. is the Month for Painting No flies or falling blossoms to get mixed in the paint. Come toirafor your paiuta. Get the best—The Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint. It is strictly pare, goes farther and lasts longer than other paints. Call and get a free oolor oard and testimonials from those who have used it. poses. This vineyard is now under a high state of cultivation and has been so since the latter part of April. Dr. Felt stated that he has not seen a better looking vineyard this season, and there is at present the promise of a good crop of grapes. He said it showed a public spirit in Mr. Falvay in offering them a portion of his vineyard and hoped that as a result of their work he will be personally benefited, and the growers of the belt provided with some method of saving their vineyards. Last week they found the fidia well advanced in the pupae stage. They cultivated and horse hoed away from the vines in most of the section selected by them. A portion was not horse hoed, but will be gone over with the Beetle catcher. Spray- 10 pieces fancy waist silks, 3 to 5 yd length, 75o and $1 value at 50c. 2 only Swiss muslin anl lace beareaa scarfs bine and white and pink and white, $2.75 value at $1. Bert Jones who was near on his wheel, was knocked off'and remained unconscious for some time. 5 pieces moirie silk, colored only, $1.25 value at 75c. 1 blaok ailk shirt waist, sizs 38, hemstitched •8 value at 95. 1 doz. womens' anion snits, eorn, sizes S and 4, SO and 75c value at 35c. 10 doz. womens' sleeveless vests, white, at 10c. 1 blaok and white silk shirt waist, size 36, •5 value at 93. Oar Jane prices beat them all. A sweeping redaction all through the line. Beautiful effects for little money. Ask the man ! Westfiald * Candidate We are pleased to announce that Westfield has a candidate for sheriff, and one that we think will compare favorably with any that have been put forward by the other towns in the county. John G.Jones announces himself, as such candidate, and is in the fight to win. Mr. Jones is a member of the Republican County Committee, and has served as deputy sheriff under Sheriffs Lott, Merrill and Cooper, in all aboat ten years, and is thoroughly familiar with the business, and would astke* careful and painstaking sheriff, and hi* beet of friend* in this and other towns hope to see him land the prise. 3doz. womens' muslin dressing sacques, colors and blaok, assorted sizes, 91 to 91.50 value at 50o. 3 pieces art maslin, 15c value at 10c. 1,00# rolls wall paper, 15 to 20c values 123^0. 6 rolls heavy China matting, 35c value, 25c. 1 roll heavy 65c ingrain carpet made and lined at 50c. 2 pieoes lace ourtsin net at 25c. 1 doz. womens' waists somewhat soiled and mussed, $1.50 to (2.75 value at #1. M. A. LYON. 3 doz. women*'wauts with the freshness worn off, (1 to 91.50 value at 50c. Hen's and womens' handkerchiefs, colored border, 6 for 25o. 24 pairs laoe onrtains, 59c value at 50c. 16 pairs muslin ourtains $ 1 value at 89o. 1 pair heavy portiers, plain red with Persian border, $10 value at 97.25; 1 doz. womens' percale dress wrappers reduced to 753. J$ WALK wA sVER; ' § ed 93*25 t0P damaged, mark 1 only corded wash silk parasol, nile and white, 91-98 value at 75c. Silverware 7 trimmed hats, value iS to 98, reduoed to *4. IX doz. womena' kid gloves, mostly Centemerimake. sued* and glace, sizes 5% and 6Ji 91.50 value at 89e. 5 trimmed hats, value 910 to 912, reduced to 97.50. for the Bride interest you to- the elegant and moat complete linee of beantiful Wedding Silver that ooula well be shown in one store. ing, catching and cultivating systematically done. Several vine* will be entirely June Sale of Carpets and Wall Paper Progresses. caged with wire netting. The frame is six feet widefand six feet high and about 70 feet long. Under this wire can be observed the progress of the beetle, the resalts of different kinds of poison, etc., etc. Cnlver-Vogtll HI DtTTQ 21, 22 AND 23 MAIN ST., ■ ll 1 lO, WESTFIELD. NEW YORK. Ted Sets After Dinner Coffee Sets Salad Bovls Baking Dishes Fruit Dishes Knives Forks Spoons Ladles and Fancy Pieces Carving Sets, all sizes, all styles. A pretty home wedding took place Wednesday, June 3, 1903, at high noon at the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. £. B. Vogtli on Columbus avenue, when their daughter, Carrie E., was united in marriage to Mr. John M. Culver, of Westfield, N. Y. by the Rev. J. W. Campbell, The house was prettily decorated with ferns and red and pink carnations. After a bountiful luncheon the happy couple accompanied by their father, mother, brother and sister enjoyed a ride around the city in Love's new automobile after which they left on train No. 1, for Westfield, N. Y., where they will make their future home, The best wishes of their many friends go with them for a long and happy wedded life.—Corry Evening Journal of June 4th. The work will be observed with extreme interest and we shall endeavor to make reports from time to time on the progress of the experiments. We have been assured by Mr. Falvay that he will offer no objection to interested spectators visiting his vineyard. We cannot undertake to illustrate our entire line of even one grade of shoes in this advertisement. The main point is: We will fit you, suit you and give you Higher Style, Better Wear, More Xomfort for less money than )Ou can get at shoe stores less up to date. JONES^FHABMACY Our Mammoth Tile Soda Fountain ning full blast. is run- Notice, There will be a special meeting of the Village Improvement Society at the Presbyterian church parlors Monday evening, June J5th at half-past seven. All members are requested to be present. Everything tip to date. Drinks drawn and served right. We ran onr Fountain the same as our Pharmacy—nothing too good for our trade. We are agents for Collins' Ice Oream. Special prices made to olubs and parties. Oan furnish you anything .made. Gall and see ub before ordering elsewhere. % E. H. OVERTON, ESS*. Westfield - - • New York Clara Wedge, Sec. «"•" ' AT THE OLD STAND , JTo. X Main St. I. E. JONES. Paint Your Baggy For 75c IL A. CARD, Gob Explodes. They arrived here Wednesday evening and went immediately to the Hale house on Jefferson street, which the groom had all furnished and a supply of everything to commence housekeeping at once. They are both well known and highly respected yonng people, the bride having been born and reared here, and having been a resident of Corry, only for a few months. They have a large circle of frieads here, who wish them a prosperous and happy wedded life. to $1.00 with Devoe's Glow Carriage Paint. It weighs 3 to 8 on. more to the pint than others, wears longer, and gives a gloss equal to new worke Sold by M. A. Lyon. Norman Merriam, who lives near Elm Flats, was injured by the explosion of an old army gun on Monday. His right hand and the right side of his face were badly bruised and filled with powder. He was brought to the hospital and is getting along nicely at present. !4 Main St., — Westfield, N. Y Up-to-date Millinery »Tfo piou/(T\a? plods l?is U/eary U/ay." The Place! The Place has been discovered where they got into and the officers were there and looked over the ground and found everything in wearing apparel that would fit them, and they purchased a whole outfit at astounding low figures! Also, a large stock of China, granite and tinware at our 5,10 and 25c counters. The Fair Store is doing it at No. 2 Main street. -NEW STYLES FOR THE SUMMER A Vacation Trip at Kedueed Bates. The American Committee of the Young Women's Christian Association invites all women who are interested in the study of the Bible and in Christian work among yonng women to attend the conference at Silver Bay, Lake George from July 10-20. Outing Hats and Sailors are in order. Ladies' and Children's Summer Underwear a specialty. Hosiery and Gloves. You'll need a Plow tomorrow, if you don't need one today. Buy one of Bigler, who keeps Syracuse, East Aurora and Bucher & Gibbs. R. D. Powers. OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. Westfield, N. T. WESTFIELD CANNING FACTORY. Excellent courses in Bible study bj prominent teachers will be given during * part of every forenoon. Among the prominent speakers will be Robt E. Speer of New York, Rev. O.K. Erdman of Germantown and others well known in religions work. Every afternoon will be de- Toted to recreation for which ample means are provided. C. F. BIGLER, Business Is Booming These Osjpi. All Hands at Wwk on Strawberries. G. JT. Macomber, - Westfleld, N. Y. South Side of Main Street. The Westfield Branch of the United States Canning Factory is a busy place these days, and over 60 hands are being employed at present. Strawberries are being put up, largf quantities of this lucious fruit being received daily.. They expect to commence on peas the latter part of this week. Under the efficient and able management of Superintendent J. D. Hopkins, the factory is doing a large business. They have already over 560 acres contracted for, and the prospects for a successful year never were hrighter. Superintendent Hopkins has been here for the past two years and by his courteous manner has made a host of friends among our citizens, and much of the success is due to his efforts. The outlook for the futureIsuccess of this business is very bright and means more money for our farmers. Frank Vinkelman & Son. The cost of attendance will be: first, the usual program fee of $5; board and lodging |12; and, as there will be a railroad rate of one and one-third fare, the cost of transportation will be only about f 18. As the regular fare is about $26 and the cost of board is as much or more, it will be readily seen that this offers quite, a reduction in expense. LAMB & COWAN, ..... The Druggists Opp. TP. O. 'Phorje 2. Gents' Furnishings, Custom Made and Made to fleasure Clothing. Rexall Kidney Cure is a curative tonic for all kidney and bladder diseases. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction—if it does not, come back and get your money. 'It belongs to you, and we want you to have it. We have a new and up-to-date line of Men's and Boys Hats, Caps, Pants, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Collars and Ties, also a large line of Men's and Boy's Suspenders, Working Shirts and Overalls. Please give us a call at Instant Louse Killer—Kills lioe on stock and poultry, ticks on shsep, fleas on dog*, moths, bed bugs, bugfc on cucumber, squash and melon Tines and rose bushes. Can be used on eatable plants with absolute safety. Any one who wishes the benefit of a complete change from work and of a deeply spiritual atmosphere among most beantiful surroundings will find this at Silver Bay, as all can testify who attended the conference last year. Arsenate Lead—The latest and best known insecticide. It can be applied to grape Tines without the least danger of scorching the leaTes. Sweet Castor Oil—Finest Owtor Oil, prepared especially for medicinal use. Any body can take it. 36c per buttle. Sterling Headache Wafers are not only effectiTe and haimlees, but Tery easy to take. 7 Main Street, Westfield, N. Y.~^v — New sailor hats, broadbrims, flat erown the season's best style. Prices range For circulars and further information apply soon to the General Secretary of the local Association, Miss Jennie Mafcpmber at her residence. Sponges—The genuine Rook Island Sheep'a Wool Sponges. The kind that last. 10c White Owl Cigar now 60. :, 75c, $1 and $1-25. PitIiS' Department Store.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1903-06-10|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1903-06-10|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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