Goshen Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 4, 1907, Goshen, Indiana
í'> ' "í t:WE ARE SHOWING STRAW HATS
This season's correct shapes. All braids. Split, Sennit, Milan, Ping Lo and Panama.C. G. ADAMS & SONSHatters - Furnishers - JewelersEvery Young rian Looking for Clothes of Style and Character
at moderate prices will find a collection of suits up to the minutefin iashion and fabric—pattern atSHOUP & KOHLER'S
108 North Main Street 108
The Rainy Season
Hicks. Rubbers of course are absolutely necessary and we have 'em. Prices slaughtered right and left. Here are a few specials:
Ladies' American Low Rubbers........45c
Ladies' American Storm Rubbers.......48c
Men's American Low Rubbers.........68c
Men's American Storm Rubbers........75cTiedemann & Son.
Our "Tiz" Has Made a Hit.
(ESTABLISHED lfi7l)Going to Close Out a Few of Them
1 Kingsbury piano, mahogany, it was $250,-is now...............$190
1 Kingsbury style, S, mahogany, it was $250.-is now .............$200
1 Mendelssohn, oak, it was $250,--is now........................ $185
1 Huntington, slightly used, it was $300,-is now..................$200
2 Regents, mahogany, they were $275.-are now ..................$235
1 Price & Teeple (very fine), it was $350,-is now.................$285
1 Player piano, it was $500,-is now...............................$450
1 lot of second hand Organs at various prices, 4 square Pianos, from $20 to $35.
"VV^e also have the Fischer, Pool, Story & Clark, Kranich & Bach, Blasius, Grown, Sterling, Bush & Lane, Hobart M. Cable, and Clinton Pianos and Crown organs.
We pay cash for all goods, therefore can give you the inside piices. Cash or installments. Yours for good goods at the right price.ROGERS (Si, WILSON
We Still Continue to Show the Best Line of Medium Priced Summer Goods IN THE CITY.
Lawns, Batistes, Dimities, Organdies, Mulls,
Etc., patterns that satisfy the most critical buyers.
While these goods have moved considerably fast during the inclement weather a very good selection remains intact and to those ladies who have net purchased their summer dresses we invite an early call. Before Buying let us show you what we have.
Our Shoe Department
Has 'always been a valuable adjunct to our business and on
We are oiferi'ig some exceptional values and the good kind ! only —such rs this store has handled for years. Our shoe policy has always been to give you the BEST your money will buy.
ÍMoney Cheerfully Refunded
The House Where "Kwality Kounts." Origixxally :E3ist;£(L.'l=>lx»la.ecI. 1866.
Generally fair tonight and Wednesday except showers north and east portion tonight; coQler.
Fire Insurance—O. L. Simmons.
Dobson, dentist, over Kreidlr Bros.
•Jersey Ice Cream at the Owl drug store. tt
Full set of teeth .$5. Union dental parlors over Chicago Fair. tf
Lost—Pair of nose glasses. Leave at The Democrat and receive reward.
A temperance fight has been started in Etna township, Kosciusko countj'.
The Christian chm-ch netted $20.15 at the pastry sale held last Saturday.
For Sale—At once, residence property at 419 First street. See George Wohlford. 4t
Lillian Mosher, 20 years old, is under arrest at South Bend for stealing a shirtwaist.
Don't spoil your clothes. Use Russ bleaching blue and keep them white as snow. 10c a package at grocers.
Wanted—Girls to learn glove making. Steady work and good pay. Apply Boreal Mfg. Co., 128 North Main street. 6t..
Found—Pair of gold rimmed nose glasses. Owner can recover by calling at The Democrat, proving pi'operty and paying for this notice.
Our stove storage department is the best in the city. We insure against fire. Guarantee satisfaction. Telephone 95. J. A. Paley &, Son.
Remember we are headquarters for sash, doors and builders hardware. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Largest tin shop in Goshen. J. A. Riley & Son.
Young People's Aid Society of the Trinity Lutheran church will not meet this evening but will convene Tuesday evening. June 11, at the home of Mrs. George Smith.
At 2:30 this afternoon the defense rested and court adjourned for the arguments to be made beginning at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. No new developments were brought out in the defense.
The Vaudette will start the week with two films of extraordinary merit. "The Terrorist's Remorse" and "Brigand Story." Both of the pictures are late ones and good subjects. Miss Lj'man will sing "Moonbeams and Dreams of You." 2t
Father Wllliain's Indian Tea and Herb Tablets are Nature's retnecly; nothing but pure herbs; absolutely harmless; no narcotics, and are especially adapte to women's and children's use. We also recommend them to the old and feeble. They give sound sleep and Rood appetite. Geo. W. Rule, dfugsist. 2Well Groomed Feet
Edwin C. Butt for Women. Stetson for Men. Oxfords, Sailor and Court Ties. The art of the best shoemakers. Styles that should appeal to the 1907 class of the G, H. S.Himebaugh Noble
Til© Slioe I*©oi>l©.
Monday and Tuesday the Vaudette, will present the moving pictures "The Terrorist's Remorse" and "Brigand Ston'" two of the latest pictures out. Miss Lyman will sing the illustrated song "Moonbeams and Dreams of You," a very pretty song. 2t
Elkhart Review: A. R. Beardsley and J. W. Fieldhouse arrived home from their trip to Mexico. They were accompanied by P. R. Judkins of Goshen. Their journey extended as far as Mexico City, with numerous stops at intervening places of interest.
BASE BALL NOTES.
The clerks have organized a base ball team and have issued a challenge to the physicians and dentists of the city. The proceeds of the games are to be applied to- the hospital fund. The following is the lineup: Clyde Niswander, captain and lb; Frank Noble, 2b; Chester Adams, Sb; Byron Bloomgarden. ss; George Hig-gins, rf; A. A. Neff, If; Rufus Moy-er, cf; Dal Blue, p; "Pike" Donovan, c.
The Kelly Foundry & Machine Co. has organized a ball club and are open for engagements. The team lines up as follows: O. Ponko, lb; B. Bushman, 2b; W. James, Sb; B. Ponko, c; A. McClure, p; H. Over-holt, If; O. Plank, rf; N. Mays, cf; F. Troup, ss. Otto Ponko is maiiager and Oliver Plank captain. The team will be known as Kelly's Indians.
Illinois Theatre, Chicago.
"The Man of the Hciu-" is becoming easily the supreme . success of the summer season in Chicago, where it has been jamming the handsome Illinois theatre ever since its production there on Sunday night. May 12, when the play and the special Chicago cast combined a hit such as had not been known in Chicago for many years. It was a night of triumph for the play, for the splendid company Messrs. William A. Brady and Joseph R. Grismer had assembled and for everybody and everything concerned, and gave to thé Illinois another hot weather hit, such as will, doubtless, before the run is ended, surpass in po]iularity and attractiveness last year's success, "The Lion and the Mouse."
Performances are given nightly, including Sundays, and on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. A special holiday matinee is announced for the afternoon of Thursday. July 4th.
The admirable situation of the Illinois theatre makes it an ideal playhouse for a summer run. It is on the very shore of the lake, and is far and away the coolest pla3-house in the city when it is necessary to make its interior temperature fit the conditions of the weather. The special summer sale of prices is on for "The Man of the Hour"—50c to $1.50.
Wonderful Bill at the Irwin.
One of the most wonderful performances ever concieved is that of "Creo" who held the large audience spellbound last night. Many illusions have ; been seen at differeht times but it is doubtful if anything like "Creo" has ever been seen here before. "Wood, cloth and plaster aré the ingredients used to form a living woman and this is done in full view of the audience and without the aid of dark curtains or dimmed lights, such as are used in other mysterious acts. "Creo" eclipses anything of the kind on the vaudeville stage today and the management is fortunate in securing such a drawing card. Big business should prevail all this week for the public's curiosity is aroused to a high pitch already.
Louie Haydn's song, "Aaint You Coming Back to Old New Hampshire, IMollie?" was enthusiastically received last evening and encores were demanded.
W. A. Woodley, an exceptionally clever comedy musical artist, made a hit with his novel instruments.
May and Pat Touhey received a large amount of applause for their refined Irish sketch. Good singing anti dancing is introduced and some wonderful playing on genuine Irish pipes. Mr. Touhey is one of Ireland's greatest players and his selections were thoroughly appreciated by everyone ^ last evening.
I The kinodrome presents "A Travel-^ , ing Menagerie" and "A Silver Spoon."
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The W. • R. C. sewing circle will meet at the G. A. R. hall on Wednesday at 2 o clock.
The Trinity Lutheran Thimble club v,'ill be entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Lei-bole, 413 North Second street. 2t
All members of Victor Camp No. 32, are requested to meet at the regular meeting Thursday night instead of Wednesday to transact business of importance.
Enlarged Room for Vaudeville.
The Vaudette will be closed Wednesday and Thursday for improvements. The room will be enlarged to twice its present f-i^e and 200 seats v.-ill be put in. A new steel ceiling is now being put on and when completed the ^'audette will be one of the coziest five cent theatres in Northern In-diajia. The management has a t'-eai in store for the patrons in the n:;iir future. They are i.'nd<^avoring lo ?e-ci;r-.- -'111. Passion ■ Play or tl.e Lift; of Christ " the greatest and most on-film ever |iroluce'l Watch the pi'.icrs for the later annonuce-r.iOnt.
Rebuilt Typewriters, all standard makes.
Fori Sale or Rent
For sale at a bargain. Residence, 9 rooms and bath, one of the best locations in the city, corner of Seventh and Jefferson streets. Inquire of W. T. Twomey at Shoe store.
Wanted—To buy a number of second hand lawn mowers. See V. Keipp at once. 6td-2tw
Typewritter Ribbons, Typewriter Paper and Carbon. Paper at lowest prices,
M'DOWELL & BOYLAN
120 So. Main St.
Drugs and Drug Sundries.
Both Phones - - No. 97
Majestic Theatre, Chicago.
For the week of June 10th at the Majestic, Chicago, a most diversified bill is arranged, partly in honor of the two largest theatre parties ever entertained in any theatre. ' One of these is the Texas Bankers' Association, under the guidance of the Chicago bankers, and the other is the National Credit Men's Association who will be guests of the Chicago Credit Men's Association. For this theatre party which occurs on the evening of June 13th, the entire theatre has been reserved. Such an endorsement from high financial bodies is certainly creditable to the Majestic theatre.
Notice to Customers. We will be open for business evenings during the summer.
J. A. RILEY & SON.
25 cent Clothes Brushes this week special—15 cents. Beeson's Drug Store.I The Vaudette |» Will be closed 1 f) Wednesday and Thursday k
' For IEnlargement |I Open Friday Afternoon fi
Plenty of Room, 200 ^ Seats
Don't fail to visit our tj [new home «£xt^en$ion Tables
Round and Souare TopPedestal Tables, 16.50 up Five-leg Tables, 7,75 up
All solid oak, nicely finished.Library Tables
In Mission and Modern styles, finished in Weathered and Golden Oak.Prices, 3.75 up.
|5c- Admission-5cA. S. MENAUGH
Real Estate and Insurance. Room 1-4 Ulery Block. 132 North Main Street.
Home rSIUIlv Residence 3 on 144
Clothing for Men. Young Men, Boys
By selling superior clothing, by giving better values for the money we insure you greater and more lasting satisfaction than you can possibly secure elsewhere. All that thought, skill, experience can accomplish is in evidence in the designing, tailoring, fit and style of our garments. In justice to your self, look at our goods and get our prices; you will find some new experiences and some new sensations awaiting you when you see what we have to offer.
LOUIE SIMON & CO.
THE CHICAGO FAIR
Important Dress Goods Special
35 pieces Fancy Plaid and Stripe Suitings, sold at 50c, newest colorings, just the thing for Eton and Suits and separate Skirts, to'-lose out quick.................AitF^
28 inch Batiste, 8c value, all colors and patterns, per Lotus Lawns and Challies, worth 6K cents, per yard at ^^C
Catherine A. Hilbish, gel. for Lepha P. Hilbish, minor heir of John Hilbish, has been discharged.
Nancy E. Dodge, gd. for Honorine C. Dodge, minor heir of Henry C. Dodge, has been authorized to settle estate.
.John W. Egbert, gd. for Merl Jamison, minor heir of Jacob Jamison, has filed $400 bond signed by Charles Köhler.
J. A. Johnson, gd. for Albin C. and Amil J. Johnson, minor heirs of J. A. Johnson, has sold realty to John "W. Fieldhouse for $350.
John F. Keifer, gd. for Henry Reif-snyder (unsound mind), reported balance of $53.84.
Nancy E. Dodge, ex. of the Henry C. Dodge estate, reported sale of realty to George W. Cotton, for $4,800.
Martin H. Kinney, admr. of the David H. Garver estate, has reported sale of realty to Willard M. Elwood, for $2,250.
Mary Etta Cummins has qualified as ex. of the Maria Delia Lowry estate. The will was probated by certified copy.
Resigns as Foreman.
E. B. Hahn has resigned as foreman of the sewing department of the Boreal Mfg. Co.,. and- with Mrs. Hahn left today for the west, F. J. Treharn of Chicago, has been appointed to fill the vacancy aiid with his wife and family arrived this tnorning.
A horse belonging to J. A. Frink of North Webster was stolen from Llgo-nier and the thief is supposed to be headed for Elkhart.
Shirt Waists at 98c
Best and largest assortment we've ever shown. All styles; white,dotted, or linen color, short or long sleeves; open front or back, lawn Swiss, or Madras—perfect fitting and neatly made.Come and See this Line at 98cSpecial For Saturday and Monday.
25 Jap Matting Suit Cases, leather trimmings, brass lock, sold everywheee at 2.50 to 3.00. Our price special only......$1,98
Special Shoe Values
Men's all solid vici Oxfords, per pair.....-......... $1.
Men's box calf blucher shoes, worth 2.50, only........' 1.
Men's Walton all solid kangaroo calf shoes only...... 1.
Boys' Walton all solid kangaroo calf shoes
only....... ....... $ .98
Men's vici Goodyear welt 4.00 shoes, per pair only..........2.SO
Ladies' all solid leather soles and counters or double sole, all sizes,
per pair only...... 1.25
Ladies Nu-Light Oxfords in vici, gun metal and patent,but-
or lace, per yard---- 2.00
A, full line of Kelly Ox-fords in all kinds of
leather and styles...............................
Men's canvas shoes in grey, tan and black, per pair
Free Saturday and Monday
With every pair of girls shoes and oxfords, 1 queen wire jump-ing rope with 6 bells "'. • ................. ....................Schacht'sImproved Hair Curlers
Made from .pure Para rubber. One piece—no parts tp get lost, can't break—will last for years. It can't cut, pull, or break the hair, ' can be removed without unwinding I the hair.
Pcakage of "six curlers........... Ivw
Exceptional Values ""'S« In Groceries.
Richelie tea in tin canisters, 1 lb 50c—lb................
5 lbs H «& E Granulated Sugar... .25 100 lbs H & E Granulated Sugar. 5.15
10 bars Justice Soap.............33
10 bars Red Feather Naptha
soap.......... ............ .40
3 Bon Ami and Sapolio..........25
4 sewed home-made brooms, 30c
High-grade Richelieu coffee......25
Best country butter, per lb......
Strictly fresh eggs, per doz----^
California peaches, put up in heavy cyrup................
Extra fancy potatoes, per bu-.. • Uneeda Biscuit, 3 pkgs....... .
,25 .18 JL4
.19 .70 .10
Plenty of Chickens for Saturday—Strawberries and all seasonable fruits and vegetetables. »♦♦♦«♦♦■»♦■I' t III Itf 11
The new Rex lawn mowers, 14
The new Rex la^wn mowers, 16
inch ............ ........2.75
Mrs. Potts' sad irons, per set ... .59 Nickel-pleated all copper tea
Polished tea and cofltee pots, 2
quart.................... __ .10
Extra strong carpet beater......08
Full 10 quart I C tin pails,,..... :08
Best quality crepe paper, all
Bissell carpet sweepers.......
...............3.50, 3.00 and 2.50
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