Westfield Republican, 1907-06-26
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®he illeetficlii Republican V# ♦ WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. I;. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1907. NO. 15.!} VOL LIIL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OUR NEW HOTEL. PITTS' DEPARTMENT STORE THE QUALITY STORE. LARGEST STOCK. BEST GOODS. LOWEST PWCES. I VfW< CENTRAL L< I V/ O DRUG STORE NifM Calls—PIwim HI. IK *. Class of 1907. Academy Hall, June 27, at Eight O'Clock, P. M. Class motto: Virtute labore; class colors: orange and white; class flower: buttercup. It Will Be Built and Run by Former Sheriff J. C. Jones. Ex-sheriff J. C. Jones has purchased the H. L. Kent property on North Portage street, consisting of a paper warehouse, brick block and a large lot adjoining, and will commence at once the erection of a first-class 20 room hotel. Mr. Jones was in Conneaut the first of the week getting pointers for his new building. Mr. Jones will make an ideal hotel man, and his many friends throughout the county will wish him abundant success.PHOJJJE NO. 80. Music by Fenner's Orchestra voryHknow leoTyou of loose p'Wwill lowcrliiT, J.Kc»V Program What About Paint? Invocation: Rev. G. MacClelland Salutatory Essay: King Arthur and the Round Table, Marion H. Baldwin(b) Essay: Legend of the Holy Grail, Floy E. Graves(a) Essay: The Influence of the Kindergarten, Nina M. Wratten(t) Vocal Solo: What the Chimney Music Orchestra You would prefer a good paint to a poor paint of course, but how are you going to tell the difference. One dealer tells you this and the other that; one painter has a kind to offer, another differs and advises you use something else. Somewhat confusing isn t it. rhomi«t<; Here is a way to help you determine. The North Dakota Chemists, acting under instructions from the State Legislature to help carry" t effect the provisions of the new Pure Paint Law of the State, made a careful analysis of all samples of Paints sent them from east of the Mis sissippi River, and found among the lot only one that was strictly pure and that was Vir. Kent will give possession on September 1st and from now to then will be exceedingly busy disposing of his large stock of stationery, wrapping papers, blank books and over 75 tons of roofing paper. He has reduced prices on all goods, and expects to have them disposed of in time to let Mr. Jones take possession on September 1st. Sang, Essay: » Ona L. Dorn(a)(t) The Druids, Elsie E. Johnson(a) Social Settlement Work, Betsey Mcrore(a) Education and Citizenship, Flora B. Hall(t) Orchestra Essay Vhe Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint. Essay Our own State Chemist, after a careful analysis puts his signature to the same statement. These are all disinterested parties and1 ment is of great value to those who wish for a strictly pure paint. The fact that it goes further and last longer than other paints is another r<;as°j} why you should use this paint. Only last week a party who had made an estimate of how much paint he needed for his buildings, returned fou gallons of paint left over after the job was finished. That is why we have fo many satisfied customers. Get the best. Get Devoe Lead and Zinc PFor those who still stick to the White Lead and Oil of former years we ean supply them with this or any other kind'bf paint-they need. We carr> the goods in stock at all times. Music Essay: A College Education for Girls. Laura D. Worster(a) Recitation: The Second Choice, Mabel I. Culver(d) Orchestra Band Concert 3d of July Night. The Westfield Band will give a short concert in the park or on Doc. Jones' corner on the evening of the d of July at about 9 o'clock p. m. Music Valedictory Oration : The Decline of America's Foreign Commerce. Wayne I. Belden(a) Presentation of Bust of Longfellow D. A. R. Prixe. There were five contestants for the D. A. R Prize. The subject of the essay was: "Robert Morris, and the Financial Aid given by him during the Revolution." The contest was an exceedinglv close one, William Welch winning the first prize, and Alice Willing winning the second. to the Board by Class '07. Farewell Song, By the Class Presentation of awards and Diplomas by the President of the Board of Education. Hot Weather Comforts—However sultry the day, shopping at our store is cool and comfortable. Plenty of fresh air,, plenty of room to move about and an infinite variety of goods to interest you and easy seats and sSk tables at our fountain for you to refresh yourself Our ice cream stands at the head of the column for quality. V\ e have had trnpst of the other kinds but the I. X. L. leads them all. It is the best and is so con- Ceceodcot0CokbyRootWB?eJ,ryWild Cherry Phosphate, Moxie, etc. are very refreshing upon a warm day. , It tasks vrell. a) Latin-Scientific course, (b"> French Scientific course, (d) English Scientific course, (t)Teachers Train- the second Class This weather is more like it. This calls for Shirt Waists and Summer drwotf and we are splendidly equipped to furnish you anything you need in the line of Beady Made waists, wash Suits or Material) to make them, and that at Prices so. Low that you will be Happily Surprised. Day of Accidents. Trolley Labor Claim* Paid Monday of this week was a day of accidents in town. Mr. Fred Keopka while working at a saw at the Westfield Lumber Co. plant had the misfortune to seriously cut his right arm. A small piece of wood flew from the saw and cut a blood vessel. The Buffalo & Erie Traction Co. have deposited 12500 in one of our banks to be paid to the laborers entitled thereto for work performed sometime ago. It will soon be paid ont, upon presentation of vouchers.—N. E. Sun. A FEW OF THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Shirt Waists and Wash Suits. 50c quality Hair Brushes 25c each 25c quality Talcum Powder, V>c ®a^-n $1.00 doz. regular price Colonial Tumblers, oOc doz. 10c quality Toilet Paper in rolls, ')C eaui Hat Cleaners in 10c packages. Cleans hats as good as new. M. A. LYON. White Muslin waists, good quality mate rial, trimmed in embroidery and laoe $1.00. Better quality materials, with embroidered fronts at $1.50 and $2.00. A. new line just in of the Summer's latest stylesirom $1.00 to $2.50. Some exclusive styles handsome mate- rials and trimmings from $2,98 to 83.50 to $6.00. Harrv Haenel had the misfortune to cut his arm while at work in the Canning factory. Ira Quigley smashed one of his fingers in the Republican office by having it caught in a press. . Wash Saits, in white mnslin trimmed in embroidery and lace $3.50 to $6.50. Coat suits in whit* $5.00 and $5.50. Oolored suits $2.25, $2 98 to $3.75. White and oolored separate skirts $1.00, $1.25 to $2.25. St. Peter's Church. The Rt. Rev. W. D. Walker, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese of Western New York, will make his visitation to St Peter's Parish, Westfield, July 1st, and will administer the rite of Confirmation. The services will be held at 7:30 P. M. Immediately after the service a reception will be tendered Bishop and Mrs. Walker by St. Peter's Guild at the Rectory. The congregation and their friends are all cordially invited to be present. Baccalaureate Sermon. Summer Materials. JONES' PHARMACY The Baccaleaureate exercises of our High School were held at the Presbyterian church on last Sunday evening and were largely attended, it being a union service. The church was handsomely decorated with cut flowers, and some excellent music was rendered by a large choir. The special music by a trio composed of Mv»:« Sturgis and Geistweit and Dr. VI Miter was especially lint. The Board of Education, the Faculty, and Class of 1907 had seats in front of the pulpit. The sermon was preached by Rev. S. R. MacEwan, of St. Peter's Episcopal church, who took for his text, Acts, "Your young men shall see visions " A. fine line of White Muslins, Dimity, India Linoo, and Fancies, from 7o to 75o per yard. Colored wash materials in all the Summer's latest fabrics 10,12to 50a Tl\e Busy Corner. All Our Ready Made|Tailcred Suits and Skirts at 1-3 Off Regular Price. Nothing too good for our trad*. . A complete line of Drugs and Druggist Sundries at ail times. New line of Stationary ]ust reoeived. „ . „ We have b«en appointed agent for Dr. George s Corn and Bunion Shields which hare all the other Corn and Bunion Plasters beaten. Remember we get Huyler s and Allegretti's Candy fresh once a week. Firemen's Outing. COR0IALLY YOURS, h. L. PITTS. 21 4westfTELD. ST" The Fire Department has accepted an invitation to go to Titusville, Pa., on July 4th. The fare for the round trip is $1.65 including trolley fare to Mayville and return. The Department and Band will leave by special trolley cars about six o'clock A. M., leaving Mayville at 7:08 A. M., returning at 5:35 P. M or 8:45 A. M Lamb S Cosan,^^- I. E. JONES, "W^sl'.J'ielcl, N. Y. The address was an exceedingly and helpful one. The speaker showed clearly the need and importance of having a vision, and showed by many examples how such visions enlarged and ennobled our lives. He urged the class to have a clear vision of the truth, and to al- m vny one desiring to go with the Department can do so by paying $1.65 for the round trip. Arrange your tickets with John H. Gollnitz on or before the evening of July 3d. Everybody is invited. Wonderful Copper Discoveries. Always Busy. • Fresh Drags. ...THE DRUGGISTS... Opposite P.O. Phone No. 2 Night and emergency phone No. 188. x Open Snnday from 12 to 1 only. We answer phone calls at other honrs when neoesaary. ways live up to their highest visions, as by so doing they would win the highest success. A new copper district called Yerington has just been opened in Nevada where wonderful deposits of copper have been discovered. So enormous are these deposits that predictions are made that the new Camp will soon become the leading copper producer of the country. Nevada has always been a record breaker in the way of mining discoveries. Forty years ago it opened up the famous Comstock mine which proved to be the richest mine ever opened in the world, a single vein producing nearly $500,000,000. Just south of this wonderful mine these For full pari new copper discoveries are being made, and mining men are predicting that this district will put tne famous Comstock in the shade. Those who buy in the early days into districts of this kind make enormous profits. A company has been organized which has secured a large tract covering the richest deposits of this district, and it is offering a limited number of shares of stock to parties who may become Charter Members at 20 per cent of its par value. The stock will soon be listed on the New York market, and will advance rapidly. ticulars write, Hail Storm Does Damage. A heavy hail storm which lasted but a few minutes, however, passed over Dunkirk Saturday and did a great amount of damage to the grape vines. One large grower stated that the damage done would hardly be less than $15,000 and would probably reach at least $20,000 in extent. The storm was heaviest between Brocton and Van Buren point, with the greater damage toward the latter place. The hail stones were large in size and they fell thickly for several minutes, stripping the vines of foliage or riddling the leaves as with shot. Some damage was done about Fredonia and in the vicinity of Sheridan, but it was not so great as in the section first mentioned. "The Secret Society from the Preach' Blue Print Postals, doz., .16 Aristo Self toning Pofetals, dor., .8#* [Special Postal Printing Frames, each, er's Standpoint. High School Pennants In the school color of blue and white. Three sizes, .25, .50 and .75 Stationery for Gifts Next Sunday evening the pastor of the Baptist Church will preach a sermon on the above title. The members of Summit Lodge, No. 219, F. and A. M., will attend in a body. The servece will be at 7:30 o'clock. The series of sermons on the general theme, "If Christ came to Earth Today," was unavoidably interupted, and the remaining two sermons will be given at a later time. The prayer meeting this week will be held on Friday evening at 8 o'- clock, owing to the school exercises on Thursday evening. The Sunday school will have its Children's Day exercises next Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Eaton-Hurlbut's hand decorated boxes of paper, a dainty and useful present, each 50 cents. Other handsome boxes at .25 and .35 cents. Rexall Remedies Lesperianee, a vegetable compound for women, .90 Lesperine, an antiseptic powder for douches, box, -50 Kidney and Liver Tea, a large box and a preparation that gives the best of satisfaction, .25 Moth Balls for Cucumbers This is the finest powdered and most delightfully scented of any talcum on the market. It sells for 25 cents but it isn't anything to be compared with other talcums. Harmony Talcum Many of our customers have foun& that dropping a. few moth balls among young cucumber vines will keep off the bugs. —10 cents buys » pound. I Slug Shot Pure White Castile Soap THE GOTHAM SECURITIES CO. Oept|D,t42 Broadway, Or see W. L. MINTON, Our Pax brand of imported ca3tile soap is sold at 5 cents per quarter pounds and 10 cents for half pounds. Good enough for the baby and inexpensive enough for all toilet purposes 3.00 Brownies New York City. During the past year a spirited contest has been going on among the members of the C. L. C. C. in regard to attendance, roll call and readings. Mrs. Wilson and Miss' Flora Hardenburg being .captains, the losers to serve a banquet to the winners. Miss Hardenburg's side being losers, all the members were invited to her pleasant home last Thursday, where the afternoon was spent in guessing games, rambling in the pretty grove, visiting and last, but not least, enjoying a delicious luncheon furnished by Miss Hardenburg, assisted by her niece, Miss Daisy. All came away feeling that they had spent an afternoon long to be remembered, and pleased to be a member of Pioneer Circle. C. L. S. C. Contest. A cordial welcome to every one for cabbage worms. Used more than any other preparation by market gardeners. 5 lb. package for .30 New Straw Hat Westfield, N. Y. Rise of The Trolley. Bigler Block, Last ysar about 6,000,000,000 passengers traveled by trolley in the United States, which is four or five limes as many as used steam cars. An average of 17,000,- 000 trolley fares are collected daily in the country, and a third of a million employes are connected with electric transportation. The business is comparatively new, and is an illustration of the swiftness with which fresh adjustments of American industry can rise. Though 260 miles of horse-car lines and 240 miles of cable lines are still operated, they are looked upon as curiosities that have'been belated, and will disappear as soon as the traffic is put in the best shape. After some waiting we have another supply of the No. 2 A Brownies —the best value ever offered. We sold three of them on arrival. Makes a photo 2 1-2 x 4 1-4 inches. Lensi, shutter and all fittings are in the best Kodak style. Made from an old one by our Rexall Straw Hat Cleaner. using I BIG REDUCTIONS! 1 <X £3S*We will Close Out Our Summer Millinery n CHEAP. CALL OH US ! U Summer Underwear, Summer Ho- pT siery, Gloves, etc., at LOW PRICES. \\ Look at our Japanese Embroidery £ and Drawn Work. -J) \E. J. MACOMBER, "eslfield- " r- f .10 Enough for two hats, Hess' Panacea for poultry. Keeps them in healthycondition and wards off roup and like diseases. Our largest poultry keepers use it. 1 1-2 lb. size 25 cts., 5 lb. size 60 cts. New poultry book free. Photo Postals Azo Postals, 1 dozen 2 dozen pkg., Stop Yonr Hair From Coming Oot By Using The Electric Massage Vibrator Machine at Clem Powers' Barber Shop, Over Sturgis' Shoe Store, Westfield, N. Y. Yore© and Plumb Prizes The Sixteenth Annual competition for the Vorce and Plumb prizes was held at the Westfield High School last Saturday June 22. A score of pupils entered the examinations and sixteen completed papers in all subjects. This number exceeds that of former years and proves that interest in .heae contests is not allow- The trolley is developing in traction lines as well as in city and suburban traffic and this i» one of its most important phases. It makes its way quietly, but eventually combines its sections, and may be said to have a future as broad as any state or region, or the continent itself. It cures Neuralgia, Headache, Dizziness, Blackheads, Pimples and Face Troubles. Ladies Hair Shampooed and Face Massaged with the Vibrator at your home. 'Phone No. 63. The only Barber Shop in Town using Compressed Air after Shaving, and the only Shop in Western New York using a Vibrator. CORPORATION-TAX Noticc is hereby given that the tax rol of the Corporation of Westfield Village together with the warrant for the collet 5tU ThV'Of1. Amoog the eoted .ho .1.1 be e. fice on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays the 34th annual Chautauqua Assembly, of each week, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 3 p. wbich will open on June 27th, and conm., at a fee of one percent., commencing Unne untU 5jllnday( August 25th, are Th° ..». °.g Gov. Chsr.es E. Hughes, Willi.* maining unpaid ait hat date will be chaiged nines Bry*n, Bishop Potter, the Kev. C. five per cent, for Collection. p Aked, the English divine lately come Daniel, Mora®, Collector. America; Dr. Hugh Bl%ck, G.J. Westfield. N. Y , Juoe 26. 1907. Recommended by Physicians. —A large number of cement walks are to be laid here this summer. —For Sale or Rent.— My house on Water street. Mrs. M. E. Whitney. ed to wane. Lightning did considerable damage at Ffedonia on Saturday and Sunday. —Real estate changes recorded with the clerk at Mayville: Francesco Riscill to Francesco Anzalone, Westfield, $1; Geo M Arnold, Portland, $1; Frank G Arnold to Clarence A Aanold, Portland, $1, Geo Baker to Wm P Mackenzie, Chautauqua f 1; Rachel R Gilford to 8tephen A Brown Westfield, $2000; Myrtie Jones to H L Kent, Westfield, £l; Kittie B Stanton and DeEtte C 8haver to Charles H Shaver, Ridley, $1; Leonette Dodge )»>▼ shff) to Frankie B Douglas, Stockton, $50 These prizes have been very helpful in stimulating a desire for sonnd scholarship. Phelps Stokes, Miss Jane Add&ms, Jndgdl Lindsay, Bishop William F. McDowel and Melville E. Stone. Problems of io» cial and political life will be discussr d daring the week of July 29 to August 3. The winner of the Vorce prize is CalistaT. Worster, average 90 per cent; Helena F. Shultz and George 8 Nichols following as close seconds. The winner of the Plumb prise is Ella M. Koepka average 94 2-3; Wayne Belden and Mabel Tenpas following with an average 89 1-3 per cent. Dr. I. E. Jones is having a sawed stone walk laid in front of his residence.—Wanted.—To buy modern hocu« E. H. Ovkbtok. —The fine showers and warm weather of the past week has made vegetation of all kinds jump, and the outlook for fine crops of all kinds near main street. —For 8ale:—My Bouse »nd iurge lot" >11 Oik street. J. C. Croaa.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1907-06-26|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1907-06-26|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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