Westfield Republican, 1906-05-09
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®lje tUestfidft Ucptiblicon VOL. LII. WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO. N. I.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1906. NO. 8. BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES. THE RIVALS, THE QUALITY STORE. NARROW ESCAPE I CENTRA L> I V/ 1 1 O DRUG STORE PHONE NO. 80. The Class of 1906 of our High School presented Richard Brinsley Sheridan's five act comedy drama, "The Rivals," to crowded houses at the School Hall, which has been greatly improved, on Friday and Saturday evenings, May 4th aud 5th. The play was entirely diflVreut from any that had previously been presented and the successful acting of the difficult parts reflected great credit upon those who participated hs well as those who drilled them. The entertainment was a good one and a financial success as the receipts were something over J200, and will net the class a handsome sum. H. L. Pratt Found lu Hi* liarn Sunday -Morning, With His Throat Cut and Other Wounds Upon His Person H. L. Pratt, who lives on Union Street, and is about 70 years of age was found in his barn about 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning, sitting in a phaeton weak from loss of blood, with his throat and wrists cut. Night Calls—Phone No. 152 B, at the house SOMETHING NEW IN PAINT—A Lead aud Ochre Primer ready for use. All painters kuow that a genuine French Yellow Ochre makes the beet kind of primer, and when combined with Pure While Lead finely ground together with Pure Linseed Oil and Pure Turpentine Dryer, it is absolutely the best primer or first coat of paint that can be used. Our price is $1.20 per gallon. FOR A FINISHING COAT—Use the Devoe Lead and Zino Paint. A paint that has stood the test of the State Chemist and been pronounced absolutely pure. It will wear twice as long as white lead when used alone. It goes further and lasts longer than other paints, which makes it au economical paint to use. Ours is a Paint Store as well as a Drug Store. We carry a full line of everything needed for painting purposes and we sell l'OU GOODS THAT ARE GUARANTEED TO BE PURE. We have Japalac, Rogers Floor Stain, Varnish Stain, Floor Paints, Liquid Veneer, Furniture Polish, etc., for all kinds of wood work. Mr. Pratt hail been at the Soules' hospital for several days. That morning he told the nurses he wanted to take a walk, and was allowed to go and nothing more was seen of him until he was found as described above by little Eunice Bilsborrow, the nine-year-old daughter ot Mrs. Jennie Bilsborrow, who lives in a part of the Pratt house. She called her mother, who summoned help and he was taken to the Soules' hospital where his wounds were dressed. Mr. Pratt has been very despondent since the death of his wife and while temporarily insane it is supposed he inflicted the wounds upon himself as a new knife, which had been purchased for him on Saturday was found under some hay that was on the floor of the barn. Drs.W. I. Dean, of Mayville, and T. E. Soules examined him on Monday and pronounced him insane, and he was taken to the Slate hospital at Gowanda this morning for treatment. FRIDAY, MAY 11 . . BARGAIN DAY The pleasure of the audience was enhanced by some tirst-class specialties by Misses Ethel Sturgis, Norma White, BerniceJoues, Suzette Flagler, and Augusta Shultz. We will have a series of FRIDAY bargain days for the benefit of our customers for a few weeks, now while you are all wanting seasonable goods for spring. WHAT YOU PAY is not by any means all there is to the game of bargains. WHAT YOU GET is what really counts. It's that "what you get" feature that makes our sale days so gratifying. WALL PAPER MONTH. # Fenner's orchestra furnished the music, which was tirst-class, and added greatly to the evenings' entertainment. May is the great wall paper month of the year. You can open the windows and let in the sunshine, and the work can be done at a time when the fires are not needed and the house can be thrown open for a general house cleaning. Below will be found the cast of characters, everyone of whom acquitted themselves with credit: We pre making lower prices on wall paper than you can possibly >btain from sample books or from the door to door canvasser. Over 5(H) lifferent patterns to select from. A great line of 25c, 20c, 15c and 10c Silt Papers at about half price. Beautiful Ingrain Papers at 15c per roll. Varnish Tile Papers, Silk Papers and Embossed Papers at correspondingly low prices. A great variety of all over patterns for bedrooms and kitchens at 5c per roll. Remnants enough for email rooms at 3c per roll. Odd rolls of remnants at lc per roll. CAST OF CHARACTERS, Sir Anthony Absolute. Capt Jack Absolute... Sir Lucius O'Trigger.. Faulklanil.. Bob Acres, Alton Reid Harlow Whipple .Harold Meyer James Flagler Bob" For Friday, May 11. Ladies' ribbed Lisle and silk vests at 50c. Colored wash goods. Bates seersucker ginghams for Friday. 10c Henry Lockwood Charles Oonley .... Harold Morgeustern .... Roy Dibble .. Clarence Irish .... Emma Kent .. Ruth Douglas ....Inez Tucker Suzette Flagler "Fighting If he hud not been discovered when he was, he would have bled to death. Fag... David. Thomas Boy Lydia Languish Mrs. Maiaprop. Lucy Julia Colored dimities, 15c values, at 12jo for Friday. Special Prices on Things Seasonable For Friday. Felt window shades 9c for Friday. Good opaque window shades 23c for Friday. Fancy curtain muslin at 12'c for Friday. ROOM MOULDINGS to match all kinds of wall papers. WHITE CURTAIN and OAK CURTAIN POLES complete at 10c eacb. Better ones oomplete at 25c eacb. Window shades, all linen, complete at 25c eacb. Scotch Holland shades complete at 50c each. Serious Accident All our best prints at 5c for Fri day. Miss Clara Skinner met with a serious accident last Friday evening. While descending a stairway in her home on £lm street she missed her footing and fell headlong to the bottom, fracturing her right wrist and cutting an ugly gash in her scalp above the right ear. The was unconscious when found. Drs. T. D. Strong and Walter Stuart were hastily summoned and rendered the necessary assistance. HOUSE CLEANING HELPS. White Goods For Friday. All 10c India Linon at 9c. 12$c India Linon at 10c. 15c India Linos at 12£e. 20c India Linon at 18c. Embroidered net for curtains 69o for Friday. SILVER SALT—Is the perfect silver cleaner. No rubbing, no labor, no acids. Just dissolve it in water, drop in your silver, rinse.it and wipe it dry amd the work is done. Price 25o per package. OSPOTO—Solves the problem "how to keep clothes clean." It takes out fresh ink, paint, tar and grease spots to stay out. Does not leave a ring. A bottle, enough for a year, costs but 25c. Electro Silicon, Silver Soap and Silver Salt for cleaning silver. DAY Curtain muslin with lace edge 30c on Friday. The exercises held in Academy Hall, Friday, May 4th, in observance of Arbor Day were of such a character and so well rendered that they have called forth many expressions of warm approval. Lace and muslin curtains at 25 per cent disoount on Friday. 50 ft. cotton clothes lines 9c for Friday. To kill carpet bugs, cock roaches and ants use SOAKEM. Price 25c for a fall pint bottle. It is worth its weight in gold when you are troubled with these vermin. Full directions with each package. To protect your clothing from moths scatter a supply of moth cards in trunks and bureau drawers. They cost but 5c per dozen. MOTHNIT, camphor gum and moth"camphor are also most excellent for the distraction of bugs In clothing. Household Ammonia and Sapolio are of great assistance in cleaning wood work. Price lOo each. Ladies Underwear For Friday. Ladies' muslin oorset covers at 12c. Help the Sail FrancUco Sufferers. Carpet tacks 3 papers for 5c. Matting tacks 2c paper. OlotheB pins lc per dozen. A good 50c umbrella at 35c on Friday. The newly decorated hall was well filled with pupils and friends and everything contributed to the pleasure of the day. Each number of the program showed careful training and reflected great credit on both teachers and pupils. The following is the program: Chorus—Spring Blossoms. Motion Song—First Grades. Recitation—The Dandelion, Margaret Douglas. Flower Drill—Third Grade. Exercise—Cock-robiu, Second Grade. A subscription paper has been opened at the National Bank for the benefit of the San Francisco sufferers, and a number of our citizens have subscribed. The paper will be kept open for a few days longer, an d all those who have not yet subscribed are requested to do so at once. There >■ going to be a great need for money in San Francisco for some time to come, and all those who can are urged to subscribe liberally to this worthy cause. Westfield should not be behind other towns of its size in this noble charily. Let each one do what he or she can for the afflicted in this Ladies' muslin corset covers, emb. trimmed, at 19c. Ladies' muslin drawers, ruffle, 22c. tucked Ladies' muslin drawers, emb. aud lace trimmed, at 42J c. Ladies' ribbed vests 5c. Ladies' ribbed vests, sleeveless and wing sleeves, 10c. Wall Paper, Carpels, Mattings and Linoleums. STOVE EMAMEL that will not burn off, 15c per package. Gold Bronze and Silver Bronze for radiators and picture frames that are soiled. FURNITURE POLISH—We make an excellent furniture polish for 25c per pint. It makes old furniture look like new. LadieB' ribbed vests 15c. Ladies' Swiss ribbed sleeveless vests at 25c. We will give you 15 per cent discount on all Carpets, Wall Paper and Linoleums if you will buy them on Friday, May 11th. Shelf Paper and Shelf Oil Clolli for your pantry shelves. Lemon squeezers 5c each, glass measuring cups 10c each, glass water bottles 15ce ach, glass berry dishes 10c each. A full line of glassware at the lowest prices. Decorated cups and saucers, fiue porcelain, §1.50 per dozen. Chorus—May Song. Mandoliu Solo—Paul Jones. Dumb bell drill—First Grade. Recitation—Conscious Ignorauce, Lucile Swindlehurst Vocal Duet—Adeline, Misses Peck. Exercise—Farmer's Welcome to the II | DITTC 21. 22 Main St, n» «■■Ml ' «» Westfield, New York. COOK BOOKS—Marion Harland's New Complete Cook Book, The Century Cook Book, The Woman's Exchange Cook Book and The Blue Grass Cook Book are all authority upon this most interesting subject. DYE STUFF—-We have all the dje stuffs tor coloring over garments or for making carpet brilliant, stricken citv the failed I'retty May Wedding. A pretty home weddiug was solemnized Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Addison E. Varnum of Stockton when their daughter, Flossie, was united in matrimony to Mr. Morris M. Miller of Fredonia. Promptly at 8 o'clock the bride, beautifully gowned in cream crepe de chine and carrying bride's roses, descended the stairs on the arm of her father aud was met by the groom under an arch of ferns and May flowers with a beautiful bell suspended from the center. Feather Dusters and Wool Dusters, Chamois Skins and Whisk Brooms are useful about the house. We have them at ail prices. FRAMED PICTURES—There is always room for one more. Our prices on these have been made to lit your pocket book. Beautiful subjects, all framed in the best of taste, for a small investment. Chorus—The Brave Old Oak. Hoop Drill—Third tirade. Recitation—A Spring Lesson, Birds Lamb & Cowan, Evora Munton. Song—Waiting to Grow, First Grade. News Boy Drill—Fourth Grade. Chorus—America. Spraying Your Vines and Fruit Trees, o This should not be overlooked if you expect good returns. THAELENE—The great germ and iusect destroyer takes the lead. Use it on your grape vines, fruit trees, currant bushes, potato vines or anything that is infested with bugs or worms. It does no harm to the foliage but is death to insect life. It prevents scale ou fruit trees and should be used by everyone who wishes to preserve their fruit trees and vines. Used in the proportion of 1 gallon to 150 gallons of water it costs but one cent per gallon, making it the cheapest as well as the best spraying solution in the market. Always Busy. ...THE DRUGGISTS... Fresh Drugs A Curd Opposite P. O. Phone No. 2 We wish to extend our thanks to friends and neighbors who assisted us in our bereavement, to the singers, and the Ladies Aid Society for flowers. New Colored Postals. Kara Linen Paper. The couple were attended by Miss Jessie Kelly of Rock Island, HI., and Charles D. Kauffman of this city. Hogs Back, Lake Erie Shore, j Eaton-Hnrlbut make 96 sheets to the Vineyard Views (three scenes), Trolley pound. It comes in the popular fabric , T , finish. t ine enough for the most exact- Line, Court House, Chuu uuqua .» t: aE1(] C08ta but 25c a pound. Eave- Views. All in colors at 2 for 5 cents. iopes t0 match 10 cents. Tbo Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Spicer. Kev. Baker, pastor of the Baptist church at Stockton, performed the ceremony in the presence of one hundred quests. Information Wanted Editor Westfield Republican :-May we be permitted to ask through your paper just what Messrs. Wade & Williams did and didn't do toward the passage of the Tully—\Vainwri«ht bill. We have a fresh supply of White Hellebore, Bine Vitriol, Paris Green, Bor deaux Mixture and London Purple, all at the lowest market rates. MiBS Kelly wore a dainty gown of blue silk mull, with sash to match and carried PAINT FOR ALL PURPOSES. o Sherwin-Willianw Mixed Paints, long and favorably known; made by tbo largest paiut house in the world. Elko Mixed Paiut. We use on our own buildings. That's sufficient recommend. Lucas Mixed Paint. A superior quality. No better made. Color cards for the asking. Fresh candies this week—Lowney's, Morse's Gold Medal and Reymer Bros. Celebrated Fruit Loaves and After Dinner Mint Souflles, the most delicious alter dinner confection made. pink roses Very truly After the ceremony a delicious wedding supper was served. The bride's table was laid for twelve and trimmed with white roses and ferns. The parlors were artistically decorated with daffodils and ferns. M. A. LYON. W. C. T. U. Westfield, N. Y. Mrs, Allen Convicted THE BOYS' SUSPENDER The third trial of Laura H. Allen of Jamestown charged with setting fire to the Grand Hotel at Point Chautauqua in October 190'2 resulted in a verdict of guilty at Mayville last Wednesday. This cise has attracted wide attention because it is the first in this county to have ever been put to trial a third time following two trials in which the jury ha§ disagreed District Attorney Patterson ably conducted the prosecution while Attorney A. C. Pickard of Jamestown, who had twice secured a disagreement, defended Mrs. Allen. The case abounded in sensations and will long be remembered as among the famous cases of Chautauqua county. County Judge Thrasher of Cattaraugus presided and sentenced Mrs. Allen to Auburn prison for nine years and ten months. Many beautiful gifts were received including cut glass, furniture, china, silver, etc. Boric Acid Spangles. Castor Oil Cream. CALLED o THE KAZOO.j> SUPPORTS HIS PANTS AND STOCKINGS TOO fa SHH 8EE WINDOW DISPLAY XjL lUUMAZVMICrtAfter an extended trip in Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Miller will reside at 61 West Second Boric Acid is a valuable antiseptic and cleanser but in powdered form slow to dissolve. In the spangleH or crystals it dissolves immediately in warm water. A booklet free giving various uses. Large boxes 25 cents. Contains 75 per cent pure castor oil so disguised as to be entirely palatable. Children take it without trouble. Should be iu every family. Large bottles 25 cents. street. The out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Kauffman and Charles D. Kauffman of this city, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. James Miller of Fredonia, Mr. and Mrs. J. Varnum, proprietor of the Minton House at Westfield, Mr. W. D. Delisle and daughter Belle of Jamestown, and Mise Jessie Kelly of Sock Island, 111. SPRING SUPPLIES. o——— Red Oedar Flakes, beet moth preventitive pkge 10c Magic Fluid for bugs 15 and 25c Chloride Lime lbs. 15c Mouldings Hooks 10 to 20c doz. Shelf Paper 10 yds for 5c Flower Seeds kinds Made lor any Boy in Knee Trousers 4 to 18 size, for only 50 CENTS The groom is one of the trusty employes of the Wells Fargo Express Company, while the bride formerly held a position in the millinery department of the Buffalo Store and later held a position with J. Milne's Dry Goods store.—Dunkirk Herald, May 3. C. L. GOETZ, No. 2 Brewer Block, Westfield, N. Y. Rexall Blemish Seap. —All kinds of horse collars at Hall's Harness Store, Elm street. Reflecto Furniture Polish. —A daughter, Minnie Bell, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oaks on April 28th, 1906. A polish that can be safely need on the most delicate furniture without injury. Large bottles for a quarter. For all diseases of the skin. It is antiseptio and germicidal. It is a delightful toilet soap and insures a perfectly healthy skin. 15 cents a cake. —Special prices on Carpets, wall paper and linoleums at Pitts' on Friday. CORNER DRUG STORE. —Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Gottschalk on April 5th, 1906, a daughter, Mildred Irene. —Various offerings at special priceB in seasonable goods at Pitts on"Friday, May 11th. Saturday Candy, Full Pound, every Saturday 29 cents. Always ice: cream soda —Prof. J. F. Taylor has resigned his position in the Olean high school to take the principalship of the Sherman high school. —The work of re-building the Rumsey Manufacturing plant at Ripley is well under way. Fresh. 50 cent quality. 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 —to rent.—The Hostater barn on South Portage street. J as. R. Phatt. —The McCall patterns are on sale at L. WiBer's. —All kinds of fruit and shade trees. —The annual meeting of the Village Improvement Society, for the election of officers, will be held at the home of Mrs. Dodman, Saturday evening, May 12 at eight p. m. All members and those interested in the work of the society are cordially invited to attend.[Clara Wedge. H. W. Blowers. —Advertised list of letters at the postoffice. Will E Cooper, H M Conger, E L Pettibone, Harry Winsor Rosenaana, M E Wood, Mrs Mary E Harrington (2) Italian letters, Fuderico Bianchi, Carbo Giovanni Paolo Luiga, Dominico Rizzi, Miss Riggs, Miss Rosa Scalia. —Miss Mary Fitch hag purchased the H. V. Herrick house on Water street and will take possession about July 1st. SERVED A T IR; I G- ZEE T —A dispatch from Freuonia says that the "Steel Blue Beetle," is very thick in that- locality and is doing considerable damage to the grape buds. Our grapegrowers should look out for this pests —Miss Lepha Johnston died at the home of her mother, Mrs. Samuel John* ston, on Monday, aged 17 years. Funeral on Thursday at one o'clock. TEE CORNER DRUG STORE. Secretary.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1906-05-09|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1906-05-09|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
|Rights||Digital image copyright 2012 by Patterson Library, Westfield, NY. All rights reserved.|