Westfield Republican, 1906-04-11
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Ap 12 ®he tDestficUt Republican VOL. LII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1906. NO. 4. ST. PETER'S CHURCH MOTOR CAR READY THE QUALITY STORE. BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES. I VON'S CENTRA L I V/1 a O DRUG STORE The music Easter morning at St. Peter's Church will be of an exceptionally high class. The boy's surpliced choir will be augmented by the following singers: Mr. Minford Douglas, Baritone; Mr. Chas. Buschow. Tenor; Mr. A. L. Irons. Basso; Miss Xettie Davis, Alto; and Mrs. Evelyn Hulbert Boyd of Erie, Soprano. The program will be as Saturday's Buffalo Express contains the following which will undoubtedly be of local interest; The 6rst of the electro-gasolene cars which the Lake Shore has been buildiug will be sent east to New York this week or early next week. PHONE NO. 80 EASTER GIFTS. Teacher's Bibles and Testaments at greatly reduced prices, Prayer Books and Hymnal's, lied Letter Testaments, etc. T . Easter Booklets, Easter Postal Cards, Easter Perfumes, Easter Crepe Luncb Sets, Easter Docks, Chicks and Rabbits, Easter Letter Seals, etc. FRAMED PICTURES FOR EASTER in such subjects as the Apostles, Madonnas, Christ Head, Cherubs, Holy Family, etc. Books of l'salmsi follows The Lake Shore has been building 25 of the cars. They are the invention of President Chase of the Jamestown, Chautauqua a Lake Erie. Some time ago when the cars were being developed the L»ke Shore made an arrangement with Mr. Chase by'which the road was to furuith the money to develop the new inven- Yolnntarv "War March of the Miss Bernice Jones, Priests THE LAST GALL. Processional. Hymn No. 115. Anthem. "Christ, Our Passover, Te Detttn. by Juan Alzamora. Jubilate Deo. by W. C. Williamson Collect Hymn, No. 11:2. Kyrie F.leison. by Dudley Buck. Gloria Tibi, by Jacobs. Sermon Hymn No. 121. Offertory. Solo, sung by Hurlbert Boyd Organist Read WESTFIELD SOUVENIR LETTERS—containing fight beautiful views in and around our village, made especially for us. You will not find them elsewhere. The best souvenir jet to send to jour friendB. We sold over 200 of them in one week. Call id and examine tbem. This Week Or No Easter Gown Or Coat. tion The car bodies have been built at Collinwood. The contractor for the machinery was let to a concern in Akron, O. The cur bodies were shipped from Collinwood, the mechanical headquarters of the eastern division of the Lake Shore, Akron, where the machinery ia being installed. Don't delay until the eleventh hour. Come while the assortment is good. Mrs. Evelyn NEW BOOKS THIS WEEK. Recessional, Hymn No. 117. At the tour o'clock services Mr. Mintord Douglas will render the solo, "The Savior Hath Risen," by C. F. Steel. Chorus by the Choir. Covert Fitted Coats Pony Coats Lady Baltimore by Owen Wister. Those who have read the \irgtnian will SSS B." McCutcbeon, keep. .be r.p«U,io» of Mannish Box Coats Storm Coats The interior of the cars will be something like the new standard coach of the New York Central lines, such as the No. 300 type on the Lake Shore and the No. No. 1600 type on the New York Central. They will seat 60 people. Eton Jacket Suits Pony Suits this r^^1^gRQBgi ma(je up by contributions in prose and verse of over DeoDle ooutaininf? much that is dear to the American people. ihese are a few among' the many new books that have arrived and should be of interest to b°°kHOU8E CLEANING time approaches. We have been looking nbout for <>edful things to help you. _ DEATH OF HON. STEPHEN G. NYE The materials are Coverts, Broadcloths, Mixtures, Black and White Plaids and Craveuettes. Westfield has furnished many men to communities far distant, who have brought honor to themselves and pride to our town in claiming them as our own by birthright and early association. This is true of no one in a greater degree than of Stephen Girard Nye, who was born in Westfield January 30, 1884. Making his own way to an education by teaching school in various parts of our county, he graduated from Allegheny College in 1858. Later he was principal of the Westfield Academy; from there going into the law office of Hon. Thos. P. Grovenor of Dunkirk. In 18til he went to California where his best work has been done. In 18(52 he married Miss Emma M. Hall of this place, a most happy union, from which two daughters, Mrs. T. H. Davis and Mrs. P. W. Davis, survive. In 18t>:? he was elected District Attorney of Alameda county, serving two years. At the expiration of his term he was chosen Judge in the same county, a position which he held for eleven years, resigning that he might give greater attention to the demands of his practice. Later he served two terms in the Senate, but all this time his office practice was demanding more and more attention until he declared that the law must be his only mistress. His work was of the kind which brought goodly returns and honor therewith. He was a friend of the friendless, a father to the fatherless, and a thorough going public spirited citizen withall. In 190-A he retired from the practice of law to make a home nil his vineyard at Fowler, California. where lie built a fine residence in which to spend the sunset of his life. The going out from Oakland called forth a series of demonstrations both social and professional, that must have been flattering to any man. Womens black serge suits, pony jacket, at 115.00. Womens check suits, trimmed with silk braid and buttons, eton jacket, 116.50. MOTHNIT^iB one of them. For carpet bugs, moths and worms there ib nothing its equal. Non-poisonous to people but death to bugs of all kind? 25c a pint. , SOAKEM—-Kills bed bugs, roaches, ants, water bugs, etc. exterminator of this sort of vermin. '25c a pint. , , . BLUE VITRIOL—For spraying vines. We have just received two more barrels of Blue Vitriol and can make close prices on this article. Get oui prices beforegreatest fungicide and insecticide known. It destroys all parasites, germ and insect life on trees, shrubs, vines and foliage. Prevents blight and rot and produces healthy conditions wherever used. Better than Paris Green on potato vines, cabbage, tomato vines, grape vines, etc. To prevent rot on potato tubers add 1 pint to 150 pints of water dip the tuber in for a few seconds. _ „ .. , Formoloid for seed oats, a fresh supply for farmers use. Full directions how to use it. The motive power is a direct electric current generated by gasoline engines. Womens grey mixture eton jacket suits $18.00. Misses and Childrens Coats. Girls top coats in tan covert, loose double breasted model witk emblem on sleeve, at $7.50. A safe and sure Mrs. F. Flagler's Appointment. Mrs. Philip Carpenter, president of the New York State Federation of Women'a Clubs, has appointed Mrs. Flagler of Westfield, chairman of district No. 8. of the state federation. Misses and childrens covert, grey mixtures and plaid coats in all sizes. Mrs. Flagler's name has been prominently mentioned for place; many requests have been made for her appointment. Since the last annual meeting of the federation, held in Binghamton in November, there has been no chairman for the section as Mrs. Henry Wertimer, who had filled the position admirably and was asked to accept the nomination for a second term, refused to consider it. Mrs. D. Frederic Potter, president of Colony No. 2, National Society of New England Women, was elected section chairman and refused to serve, hence the vacancy in this district now so well and so satisfactorily filled.— j Buffalo Express. Womens Waists. Womens black silk waists at $5.00. Womens white silk waists $3.50, $3.75 and $-1.50. Womens black lawu waists at $1.38. Womens percale waists at 50c White embroidered waist patterns at $1.00, $1.50 to $4.98. Silk Gloves For Easter. Elbow length silk gloves at 50 and 75c. Two clasp lisle thread gloves at 25 and 50c. Wall Paper And Window Shades. Our sales are evidence of the popularity of the pnoes and styles of (roods we have to offer. It promises to be a banner year in this line. We have made prices on wall paper lower than dealers anywhere are making upon the same quality of goods because we must reduce our stock in order to have more room for other lines of goods. Come to us for your wants in this line. We will try and not let prices stand in the way. New Embroideries. A lot of 5 inch embroideries just iu at 10c per yard. Embroideries for corset covers at 50, GO and 75c per yard. Edges and insertions for all purposes and at all prices. Wall Paper Carpets Upholstery Materials Mattings Linoleums Room Mouldings to match your wall papers—a new lot just in. _ I THE DEVOE PAINT—Everybody seems to be inquiring for it this spang. It has crown in favor ever since we put it in stock, with a constantly increasing sale each year There are reasons for it. It takes fewer gallons than other paints to do the same work and lasts about twice as long as most the other paints—hence is much cheaper to use than the cheap points sold in the market. STOCK FOOD—r>oes any one believe that a good Stock Food can be sola for less than 7c per pound? A dealer tries to argue this way, when lie knows better. Ask him to put up most any old thiug that is cheap and see what he will cb&rs6 for it THE PRUSSIAN STOCK FOOD is put up in 25 lb. puis for $3.50. Each pail contains 1200 feeds, costing less than < of a cent a feed. It is the most scientific preparation ever put up for the purpose. Try a small package with the cheap advertised kind and learn the difference between a good thing and a cheap article. Now is the time of year to feed it to your stock. It will be money in yOUrCOWeTbNE—The greatest of cow cures. Everybody should have a package on hand for time of need. Call and get a book with directions for its use. Evangelistic Services. The results of the union meetings under the leadership or Evangelist E. E. Davidsoli have not been so great thus far as was expected, in the way of converts. There have been some large congregations notably Sunday evening, when Mr. Davidson gave a very strong sermon from the words in John 5:40, "Ye will not." He showed that God loves the whole world, he loves I bail men who trample his love under their feet with all the tenderness of a father and Jesus died for those going down to hell. The Bible teaches that not all men will be saved because they will not. Some think God is too good to damn, but people damn themselves, they stubbornly refuse the love that is trying to save them. Some are too absorbed in busiuess to come to Oil Cloths U I 21< 22 Main st> 1,1 Ll rl 1 1 J Westfield, New York. oai2&9NKZv-« About a year later he suffered from a slight apoplectic stroke, but recovering, bis friends hoped be would still live to enjoy long years of the life in the open, which bad been his ideal of occupation for a lifetime. A recurrence of the stroke caused his friends Lamb & Cowan, M. A. LYON. Always Busy Fresh Drugs. great anxiety, although there was much of intervening strength* 1 lie final summons came while with Mrs. ...THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P. O. Phone No. 2 DID YOU EVER THINK. . Nye be was visiting their daughter Christ, others deceive themselves and .Mrs. T. H. Davis at Antelope Valley, near Visalia, on the 2nd of April, 190(>, think they are good enough now. Men stay in Bin because they want to not because they have to. But there is no sin that the religion ot Christ will not save a man from if he is in earnest. The right name for dishonesty No disappointment if you plant our ick's Sweet Pea Seeds right away. That you can buy a GOOD Coffee for 20c ? Let us sell you a pound and be convinced. The same thing holds good about our teas. We have a fine lot ot Black, Green and Uncolored Japan Teas. Salada Teas from 30c to 60c a pound. A private service was held before leaving Yisalia for < )aklaml, conducted by the Rev. David Mohley, 1). D., who based his remarks upon the trxt "Know ye that a Prince has fallen this day in our midst." The formal obsequies were held at the 1st Presbyterian Church, Oakland, April 7. I!"11', conducted by Rev. E. E. Baker, 1). I). These services were attended by the immediate family friends, the bar of San Francisco and Oakland, and by a great concourse of citizens. From a large number of editorials in the San Francisco papers, we select the briefest, which we have found, from the San Francisco Enquirer: "In the death of Judge Nye California loses one of its most distinguished jurists, a man, who by .his intellectual attainments, his sterling integrity and genuine worth, was an honor to the legal profession. Judge Nye served with distinguished ability upon the bench and as a Senator in the legislature, and was active in many good causes as a private citizen. No attorney enjoyed in a greater degree the confidence of the community in which he lived than Judge Nye. After his retirement from the bench he occupied many positions of private trust, especially in the administration of the affairs of widows and orphans. Judge Nye was a man of fine intellectual attainments, of a sunny and genial disposition, a thorough optomist; and his nassing will be mourned, not only by his family, but by a host of friends wherever he was known." Easter Gifts. X-Zalia. Testaments in fine binding, gilt edge, 25c. Oxford Bibles, a special at §1.25. Prayer and Hymnal sets. Easter Postal Cards 2 for 5c. New Local Souvenir cards in colors, 2 for 5c and drunkenness A new vegetable antiseptic. Useful in all inflammatory diseases. Good for chapped bands, burns, wounds, catarrh, and as a general household remedy for pain. 50o a bottle. is not weakness, but siu and when men are ready to let their sit 8 go, the gospel will save them, and not before. Men must want to be saved enough to give up their sins, or there cau be no forgiveness and no gift of eternal life. Men cling to sin because they want to and not because they have to. Self-pride hinders some, and some have no courage, and thus lose their souls. Some are wailing for great excitement, but men should do right, because it is right. They have q ) right 'to live twentyfour hours longer in sin, and they do it at the peril of their souls. Others have a stubborn will, simply will not accept the love of God. EHRENSBERGER & CO. BEGIN OVER AGAIN. Any piece ot furniture, no matter how old, that is not satisfactorily finished can be cleaued down to the wood with Mirac Varnish and Paint Remover and an entirely different coloring put on. Any one can do it and the expense is light. Varnish Stains in all colors and all sizes. p M O N K O . ADompeiaxL SO I Massage Cream* fErafil?M Takes Away Shaving Soreness fast growing' beard and a tender skin cause m trouble to many men. An occasional massage with ■ M Pomceian Cream not only takes away after shaving ■ ■ discomfort but gradually strengthens the skin and M m enables it to bear the frequent use of the razor without M ill effect. Also cleanses the pores. 50c and $1.00 per jar. M £ali at our store for sample andiook on facial massage I. E. JONES, Corner Drtig Store.^^^^ Sick Room Supplies. Clinic Thermometers, with certificate of accuracy, 76c. Sick Feeders 25o. Spring Tonics. Sarsaparilla Tonic 75c. Syrup Hypophosphites, pints 75c. Beef Iron and Wine 45c. Wyeth's Malt Extract 25o. Rexall Kidney Cure 50e. Rexall Blood Tablets 25o. Services are held in the Presbyterian church this week at 4 and 7:30 p. m. On Friday there will be a special service for prayer from , noon until five o'clock. Rev. Davidson will lead for the first and last hours, and the pastors will take the hours between. Absorbent Cotton, pound roll 35c. Water Bottles 75o to $1,50. Ice Bags 35 and 50c. Invalid Cushions. Incense Sticks 5c. FLOOR FINISHES. The meetings are growing in interest and Tuesday evening a large number weni forward. Floor Paint for inside use in red, buff, dust color, gray and ochre at 40 cents a quart. Japalac and Stain Floor in light oak, dark oak cherry, walnut and mahogany at 75 oents a quart. Crack Filler per can 25c. Floor Wax, lb. can 50c. Shellac, pint 40o. Westfield Gun Club. Kaster Opening. If the weather permits the Gun Olub will hold its regular shoot Thursday afternoon, April 11, at 2 o'clock, on its grounds located on the Bigler farm just east of the village. All members are urged to be present and a cordial invitation is extended to the public in general. The Club recently erected a club house and is now located in its new quarters, and anyone wishing a good afternoon's sport is requested to be present. It is expected that Henry H. Stevens, the professional shot representing the TJ. M. 0. Co. and the Remington Arms Co., will be a guest of the Olub tomorrow afternoon and participate in the events. Mr. Stevens was a guest of the Audubon Olub of Buffalo on Monday and suoceeded in breaking 97 out of 100 targets. The Easter opening at Sturgis' shoe store was a splendid success. The store was tastefully decorated with palms and music was furnished by a five piece orchestra during the afternoon and evening. The attendance was good and a brisk business w as the result. Food For Your Pets. Spratt's Dog Biscuit, lb. 10c. Sunflower Seeds, lb. 10c. Fish Food, box 10c. Picture Framing. Look, up your framing before house cleaning and bring in right away before : we have less time for such work. A lot of remnants of mouldings will be mad* up at a reduotion. ' Dog Remedies. Glover's Mange Cure 50c. Flea Soap 15 and 25c. Other painting that you have seen—judge it by the best you'll find. I want critics for Westfield Man Honored. customers. I will be as well satisfied with A meeting of the Bradford Fish & Game Protective asssociation was held in the Hotel Holley Friday evening, at which the following officers were elected: President, Frank R. Forster; vice president, Murray A. Cody; secretary, E. N. Hallock; treasurer, Harry Ropinson.— Bradford Daily Record. We use Crystal Distilled Water in our prescription work and test solutions. the work as the one who rides in the car- riage. Your pleasure is part of my profit. „ ... -c l —I repair shoes, rubbers and all kind* —Easter chickens, Easter ducks, Easter r rabbits, Easter vases, Barter china at the of foot wear. Try me and be convinced. Fair Store. Sarb FauWH. L. WHITE, - JOH West Main Street.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1906-04-11|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1906-04-11|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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