Westfield Republican, 1906-05-02
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®|)t liJestfidit lupublicnn VOL. LII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1906. NO. 7. BEST GOODS. LOWEST PBICES. HONOR ROLL THE RIVALS. THE QUALITY STORE. I VOW'S CENTRA L> 1 Vl/1 i O drug store PHONE NO. 80. The habit of life which above all other makes for business success is being punctual and regular in the discharge of simple daily duties. The place to cultivate aud form the habit is during school days. Iu order to create a just pride and interest tn this matter on the part of the plipil, parent, teacher and school official, the names of those who have neither been absent nor for the school month ending April 27 are given below. The graduating class of the Westfleld High School will present "The Rivals," at Academy Hall, May 4 and 5. This is the first presentation in Weatfleld, of this play, which is ft comedy iu live acts, written by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. This play is entirely different in style than is usually presented by graduating classes of this school. A special feature of the program will be the introduction of tirst class specialties between acts. Music by Fenner Orchestra. Night Calls—Phone No. 152 B, at the house. THAELENE—The great sprayiug solution, destroys parasite, germ aud insect life on trees, shrubs, vines aud foliage, prevents blight and rot and produces healthy conditions wherever used. It will prevent scale and fungus growth on trees, and should be used once before the trees leave out and twice afterward. One gallon to 150 gallons of water is the right proportion to use, costing, when diluted but one cent per gallon. To prevent rot of potato tubers add one pint to 150 pints of water aud dip the tuber in for a few seconds. This spraying solution is destined to become the most popular solution in use because it does the work without injury to the foliage, and is practically nonpoisonous. We can sell it to you in any quantity, by the pint, quart, gallon or 50 gallons, as you may want it. We have Blue Vitriol by the barrel. Paris Green, Bordeaux Mixture, London Purple, etc., for those who wish. The month of May suggests many needful things about your premise?. PAINT—The paint with a guarantee for purity aud excellence, which has been analysed by the State Chemist and pronounced ABSOLUTELY pure, Is the Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint. It takes fewer gallons and lasts twice as long as white lead when used alone. Call and get a free sample card of colors showing the many beautiful shades and combinations of colors all ready for use. Prica SI.50 per gallon. CRACK AND CREVICE FILLER—Is made for filling cracks, crevices, knot holes and all other openings io tloors or any kind of wood work. It makes rough floors smooth, over which any Siain Floor Finish can be applied with perfect results. . . c. • 11 .1 Rogers Stain Floor, Japalac, and Campbell s Varnish Stains are all excellent preparations for floors and furniture. We have all the colors in the different sizes. PITTS DEPARTMENT STORE Kindergarten grade, Alice E. Valentine teacher. Total numbered registered 70, (registered for month 52), average daily attendance 27, perfect attendance 2, per cent perfect attendance 4.—Kenneth Green, Charles Trippi. CAST OF CHARACTERS Sir Anthony Absolute Capt Jack Absolute.. Sir Lucius O'Trigger. .... .Alton Reid Harhiw Whipple .. Harold Meyer Is where all the wise women of this vicinity will Friday, flay 4th. These special prices are for FRIDAY only and they mean splendid money saving opportunities for you. In spite ol the continuous advance of prices on some of these goods we are able to quote prices that seem quite like old times. Faukland James Flagler congregate on Bob Acres, "Fighting Bob" First (trade, Jennie B. Wood teacher. Total number registered 37, registered for month 33, average daily attendance 29.35, perfect attendance 12, per cent perfect attendance 30.36.—William Boardman, Paul Brower, Leonard Farrell, Joe L&rrfino, Floyd Norton, Sam Salomon, Harold Sporker, Loraine Belden, Bennie Bin, Alta Hunt, Millie Tempio, Frances Wilkens. Henry Lockwood ..Charles Conley Fag David Thomas Harold Morgensteru Roy Dibble Bov Clarence Irish Lydia Languish Emma Kent Mrs. Malaprop Lucy Ruth Douglas . .Inez Tucker Julia Suzette Flagler First Grade, Anna S. Ottaway teacher. Total number registered 36, registered for month 32, average daily attendance 27, perfect attendance 6, per cent perfect in attendance 20.—Milton Fox, Ertman Henk, Floyd Brower, Doris Brown, Marian Fox, Carrie Tempio. Come and enjoy yourself. The hall has been altogether refitted and redecorated, new scenery,beautiful and elaborate colonial costumes. FRIDAY, MAY 4. Get your seats reserved at O.L. Goetz' clothing store. Come. Come. Come. Bates Seersucker 10c. Ginghams 25c ones, at 22c. Ladies' muslin drawers, 50o ones at 42 Jc. Second grade, Sarah Galloway teacher. Total number registered thirty-two, Reg. for mo. 32, average daily att. 30, per cent att. 11, per cent perfect att. 34.— Elmer Backman, Carl Flygare, Ralph Keopka, Russell Liocano, Carl Sporker, Frank Trippi, Alvin Frey, Mary Falcone, Angeline Kelly, Lena Murphy, Evelyn Loveless. Odd Fellows Celebrate, All beat prints at 5o. WestSeld Lodge No. 591, I. O. O. F., celebrated in an appropriate manner, the 87th anniversary of the founding of the order, last Thursday evening. About 80 members were present including a few visitors. The initiatory degree was conferred upon one candidate and an elegant banquet served. When the wants of the inner man had been fully satisfied V. A. Kent, who had been appointed toastmaster by unanimous consent, introduced as the speakers of the evening, Rev. J. M. Bray, J. L. Waterman, C. F. Bigler, A. D. Tooley, J. M. Culver, J. E. Hall and L. E. O. Skidmore, who made addresses appropriate to the occasion upon the following toasts: "The Spirit of the Occasion," "The Founder," "Odd Fellowship," "What Makes a Good Town," "Barcelona," "How to Interest Members," and the evening's program was brought to a fitting close in a neat speech by Noble Grand Bigler. 7c India Linon at 6c. lOo India Linon at 9c. 12ic India Linon at 10c. 15c India Linon at 124 c. Corset covers 12 and 19c. Skirts, special at 69c, 85c and $1. Gowns, 50c ones at 43c. Gowns, 75c ones at 69c. Ladies' jersey ribbed vests from 5c to 50c each. Floor Varnishes and Shellac Varnish for hard wood floors. Furniture VAnlsh and Pale Iuterior Varnish for inside work. FURNITURE POLISH and Liquid Veneer for polishing up old furniture and making it look like new. SOAKEM—Kills ants, roaches, bed bugs and water bugs. 25c per pint MOTHNIT—The best thing yet for destroying moths and carpet bugs. PGr NtOTH PAPER—is a cleanly article to pack away with your furs and flannels and will protect them from damage. 100 cards for '25c; 1 doz. cards for 5c. Ladies' Underwear. '25c Second grade, Katherine M. Hopkins, teacher. Total no. reg. 31, reg. for mo. 31, average daily att. 29, perfect att. 11, per cent perfect att. 35.—Ernest Bacon, Edwin Denison, Tony Falcone, Harry Haase, Harry Hopson, Herman Ossman, Siri Marasala, Frank McCutcheon, Magtie Bin, Lucile Swindelhurst, Lena Trump. Ladies' muslin drawers, regular A Special Reduction on a, 1 Dress Goods for Friday. WALL FAFEB BARGAINS. Wall Paper. House Furnishings You will make a mistake if you omit getting our prices on Wall Paper before making your purchases. We must have the room for other goods. Some excellent papers for 5c per roll—some gilt papers among them. A great variety to select from. All our wall paper, mouldings, chair rails and headings at a 15 per cent discount for Friday. Window shades at 23c for Friday. House brooms at 15 and 18c for Friday only. Thiid grade, Mary A. Porter, teacher. Total no. reg. 42, reg. for mo. 39, average daily att.33, perfect att. 14, per cent perfect att. 45.—Arden Backman, Clarence Bristol. Ernest Clayman, Harold Covey, Glenn Curtis, Cleveland Riley, Joe Spann, Eunice Billsborrow, Francis Lehman, Evelyn Page, Irene Waterman, Ireta Waterman, Florence Wilkens, Josephine Vettalaro. White wash bowls and pitcher?, regular 69 and 99c ones, at 00 and 80c. White Curtain Poles4and oak curtain poles 10c eacb. Better ones for 25c each 16 quart galvanized pnils at 23c. 16 quart tin pails at 23c. 10 quart tin pails at 18c. 5 quart pails at 9c. Midget wash boards at 10c. Clothes baskets, 69o ones at 65c. Dust pans 9o. Carpet Department. Room mouldings and plate rails to match your wall papers. WINDOW SHADES—24 dozen new linen cloth shades came in last week. Price 25c each. All the best colors among them. SCOTCH HOLLAND SHADES and OIL OPAQUE SHADES 50c each, less than the same grade of shades are sold at the Buffalo Department Stores. OUR FRAMED PICTURES at 15 per cent discount found ready purchasers last week. We have a plenty yet to supply all demands. NEW PICTURE MOULDINGS—A recent arrival of new and up to date picture mouldings insures the correct thing for picture framing. Best workmanship. Lowest prices. All carpets, linoleums, mattings, oil cloths and rugs at a 10 per cent Third grade, Lucy M Hopson teacher. Total no. reg. 36, total no. for mo. 35, average daily att. 29 3, perfect att. 10, per cent perfect att. 28.—Joe Banan, Selden, Brewer, William Purcell, Kathleen Cady, Jannette Cochrane, Lucile Goelz, Marguerite Judd, Mary Grien, Berdina Loveless, Marguerite Hall. discount. Fenner's Orchestra furnished music during the banquet and added much to the enjoyment of the occasion. Ladies' dress wrappers at $1 each. Ladies' black sateen skirts at $1. Clothes pins lc per doss, Wash tubB 05 aud 75c. Friday, May 4th. The meeting was a success and reflected much credit upon the Entertainment Com- RUCIv llOSE AND CELERY TEA—Is a cure for constipation and all stomach, liver and kidney troubles. The great Blood and Nerve Remedy. Price 25c. mittee. Fourth grade, Ethel A. McEwen teacher. Total no. reg. 54, reg. during mo. 03, average daily att. 48, perfect ait. 19, per cent in att. 3ti.—David Bacon, Lynn Button, Ivan Dudley, Eddy Finley, Harry Sacks, Forest Sparks, Leonnruo Salamonie, Herbert Thompson, Harold Titus, Charlie Trump, Bryan King, Kutli Amidon, Angeline Falcone, Martina Fly.gare, Loucelia House, Grace Phinney, Florence Joseph Trippy, Libby Yetilaro. tVenlflehl (iuii Club H I PITTC 2L 22 Main St> ' 1 1 10 Westfield, New York. The Gun Club lielil their regular shoot on April 2(5. Although there was not a large attendance the day was all that could be asked for and the shooting a decided improvement over past shoots. We have an extensive supply of Dennison's crepe paper, crepe napkins and lunch sets for entertainment committees, also a new and spLudid lino of Japanese lanterns for decorative effects. We shall be pleased to show them to jou. W. P. Hopper shot a very fine score of 23 out of 25, and II. J. Haase did exceedingly well taking into consideration the fact that he has shot very little of late at the traps. Following is the score:— M. A. LYON. Lamb & Cowan, THE BOYS' SUSPENDER Fifth grade, Anna A. Howard, teacher. Total no. reg. 5ti, total no. for this mo. 51, average daily att. 4l>, perfect att. 15, per cent perfect att. 30.—Harry Catlin, Harrv tinge, Everett Hall, Paul Jones, Fred Lichtenwalter, George Morgenstern, Charles Loicano, Richard Mallery, Lindsay Kickeubrode, Walter Sack, Hazel Button, Mildred Cady, Esther Claymau, Laura Keopka, Irena Kolpien. Fresh Drugs. Birds—10 ti 15 25 10 23 13 20 9 IS 9 . . 9 15 Always Busy. ...THE DRUGGISTS... Hopper Haase . Mosher Phone No. 2 CALLED Opposite P. O. THE KAZOO Wilson .... H. Douglas M. Douglas 13 15 15 Eastman Kodaks. The awakening of Spring brings out; A uew Hne of Raphael Tllck'a cameras that liave been la itI uptotfionvemr Cftrds of Amecicau cities, beauwinter. It in need of l I tifniiy done in colors, 3 cents each, 2 for plies call ou us Blue print postals are I 5 a 1()t of uew leather MTSS" ifjiVdZr . i»»"»»> «■*> «!"■ New Postal Cards. SUPPORTS HIS PANTS AND STOCKINGS TOO Fifth and Sixth grades, Edna H. Phear teacher. Total number registered ">0, registration for month 41, average daily attendance 38, perfect attendance 12, per cent perfect attendance 28.—Leon Amidon, Walter Backman, Harold Dimmick, Gerald Herrick, Carl Morgenstern, Leruv .Schwartz, Harriet Oilman, Dorothy Ma'- lery, Ruth Phinney, Agnes Swam, Carrie Tempio, Jennie Tempio. The next regular shoot will be held ou Thursday, May 10, at which tiuie it is expected that a match will be shot. Secretary. Jthi I KAZOO , WfMn Made ior any Boy in Knee Trousers 4 to 18 size, for only 50 CENTS FIREMEN ELECT OFFICERS I PAT. iJULV3a26 FOE FLOORS. MFD. 190*+ Aunual Klectiou of tli© Fir© Depart inent Held Tueti<l»y Kveniug, Murphy's Floor Vnrnish Sherwin-Williams Inside Floor Paint.., Sherwiu Williams L'orcli Floor Paint... Stain Floor Varnish, all colors of woods Johnston's Floor Wax Japalac, all colors .. quart 75c .. quart 40c .. quart 50c . .quart 75c ... .lbs. 50c ... pints 40c T/icKazoo5uspe«derC® SEE KAIAMAZ°.° MICH- - WINDOW DISPLAY Sixth grade, Philena E. Marshall teacher. Total number registered 47, registration for month 44, average daily attendance 39, perfect attendance 19, pfr cent perfect attendance 43 —Charles Curtis, Walter Claymau, Willie Cross, Roy Keopka, Earl Loveless, Clarence Page, Bert Storm, Andrew Trump, Yern Wantehouse, Carl Wilkins, Harold Hipwell, Mildred Ames, Lena Dudley, Ruth Haskell, Anna Haenel, Maiie Keopka, Alice Mateer, Emma Smith, Alice Winkelman.At a regular meeting of Westtield Fire Department held Tuesday evening, May 1st, a check for $">0 was received from Mr. F. B. Brewer for the good work done by the Department on April 21, 1900, for which the Westtield Fire Department wish to extend a vote of thankc>. No. 2 Brewer Block, Westfield, N. Y. C. L. QOETZ, The sanitary wall covering. It will We have a lot of made up frames for ott or ,ub off o„ clothing. I. £££?£?& comes in 14 tints and in white ana sells frame8 COme in and see how well we can at 10 cents a pound. Color cards free, fit them out. Alabastine. Picture Framing. CORNER DRUG STORE. Following are the officers for the ensu ng year: Chief—John H. Gollnilz. Asst. Chief—William Ford. Secretary—Harry J. Barden. Treasurer—Fred Wilkins. CASCADE HOSE COMPANY NO. 1. Foreman—J. C. Groat. Asst. Foreman—John C. O'Connell. Secretary—Harry J. Barden. Treasurer—C. H. Wantshouse. President—George Grover. Vice President—John Rollman. CITIZENS' HOSE COMPANY NO. 2. Foreman—M. A. Carlisle. First Asst. Foreman—E. G. Waterman. Second Asst. Foreman—W. J. Jell. President—P. M. Wilmarth. Vice President—E. B. Richardson. Secretary—L. S. Odell. Treasurer—W. U. B#tts. PEACOCK HOSE COMPANY NO. 3. Foreman—J. C. Catlin. First Asst. Foreman—Bert Wilson. Second AsBt. Foreman—Wm. Palmer. President—H. W. Douglas. Vice President—George Daseomb. Secretary—Fred Jones. Treasurer—Henry Winkelman. ICE CREAM SODA. Seventh grade, Augusta F. Schultz teacher. Total number registered 65, registration for month 60, average daily attendance 57.9, perfect attendance 20, per cent perfect attendance 33 8.—Francis Brewer, Philip Cady, Ralph Curtis, Earle Dennison, Franklyn Dennison, Walter Falvay, William Goetz, Earl Harrington, Ross Hungerford, Harold Kolpien, Wilson Macdonald, Robert Mateer, Guy McCorkle, Robert Neill, Robert Rodier, Paul Schwager, Nellie Bates, Lucile Colburn, Ruth Neill, Florence Zenns. Collins Ice Cream sold by the Dish, Quart or Gallon. Our Soda Fountain is better equipped than ever this year. All the Popular Drinks and Flavors STRAW HAT CLEANER. i o A ten cent package will make two of your old straw hats like new. A twenty cent package will clean up haJ If a dozeu hats. SERVED A T BIGHT Small Necessities. Liquid Court Plaster 10c. Toilet Pumace Stone 10c. Nail Clippers 25c. Cold Cream 10, 25 and 35c. Rexall Talcum 15c. Tetlow's Talcum, pound can 25c. Rexall Catarrh Jelly. An instant relief for catarrh and oold iu the head. It contains no injurious drug. It in supplied in a form to reach directly the parts affected. Price 25 cents a tube. THE COHITER DRUG STORE. Eighth grade, Mary G. Wood teacher. Total number registered 45, registration for month 45, average daily attendance 40.5, perfect attendance 11, per cenf perfect attendance 24.4.—Kenneth Cameron, Edward Hoag, Charles McKale, Floyd Sherman, Carl Smith, Minnie Card, Frances Cooley, Alice Dibble, Kate Dickerman, Frieda Kolpien, Maitha Reid. LIGHT OUT %"SIDE" Try Red Cross Cough Plasters to relieve whooping cough, wonders in most cases. 25 cents. They work Of your store front and let the trades people know you are up to date and awake. One of our arc lights will make it just like day and is very near as cheap. It is the best light known to science, is far superior to any other, being solter, whiter, more diffusive and absolutely steady. Perfectly safe and simple to handle. Does not affect your insurance, being endorsed by the Consulting Engineers of the National Board of Underwriters. CALL AND INVESTIGATE. Respectfully, For Sale PARKER ROAD Three Grape Farms near railroad depot in the town of Portland, N. Y., 123, 122 and 100 acres each. Must be soW to settle estate at two-thirds real value. Easy payments at five per cenL Apply to N. P. Arnold, Mayville, N. Y. Fined 8100 Swallows have come. Roy Miles and wife are rejoicing over a sod, bom the 21st of April. V. W. Parker had business in Jamestown Saturday. Before the Allen case was taken up Mayville Monday morning, Judge A. B. Ottaway sentenced Edwin Arnold of this place, who was found guilty last week of being a common gambler. Attorney T. P. Heffernan of Dunkirk said this was Arnold's first offense, and on that ground asked the clemency of the c*urt. Judge Ottaway then sentenced Mr. Arnold a flue of $100 or go to jail for 100 days. The fine was paid. IIOOK AND LADDER. Foreman—Theo Barker. Asst. Foreman—Thomas Seawright. President—J. J. Hatsell. Vice President—William Usborne. Secretary—C. C. Hill. Treasurer—John Riley. C. T. Parker and wife called on old neighbors on Portage recently. Mrs. Stephen Pinney and Miss Myra Pinney were calling on old friends recently. —Harden's dancing school Friday night —Team harness 1*J in. with heavy folded back bands $38, with web back bands Bigler & St. John. —Nice stawberry plants. Blowers. —Royal Patent flour that has stood the test for years, at Hungerford's. 136.50. —Interest in the Jamestown, Ya., eelebration is growing like the proverbial snowball. Second Floor Bigler Block. Acorn Illuminating Co. —Advertised letters at the postoffice: John Cain. Mesdames Georgie Bronson and Dora Viaton.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1906-05-02|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1906-05-02|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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