The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 15, 1913 · Page 2
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September 15, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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We think this Wooltex Motor Coat the best in Town We have seen a great many coats suitable for ^all-around motor wear T but none quite so desirable, s u r e l y not as stylish, and in quality in no way equal to this one at the price. This Wooltex coat can be worn buttoned clear lo the 'top, or it may be worn open* Then there is the special Feature ""tie" collar to give an added air of style and comfort. Rcomv patch pockets, too, in which many ^^--^ things may be stored away. Truly a great coat, at a very moderate price $20 G. W. Weaver Son lien t8 bij fti tklojs joi neei. NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capacity 400 Hoom* with bath em suit* ;o 4 McConoray, Prop"'*." · Special for this week --IF-you want a weekly paper get 'THE ADAMS-COUNTY KEWS 3Iore local reading matter than any other paper published. - Price ?1.00 per year. i CHAS. S. --Fire Proof Storage-Warehouse for Fcrnltnre and i Household Goods stored Mens and Bovs 35e golf caps lOc. ^se^a ««« .» »ny length of tune. Trimmer's 5 end lOc Siore. EICE PRODUCE COMPANY Highest Cash Prices Paid for all --FARM PRODUCE-Under Time* Office, Gettysburg. \ -~~~ j WILLIAM E. ZIEGLER j Expert Electrical work, j Repairs ana supplies. j 12 Carlisle St. j Phone 94 Y. ' W. H. TIPTOE --Photoprmpher-- Gettysburg SouvesSri fl - 'S'\ Medical advertising in IY SV, Ayei^s Sarsaparilla - Oldest, Safest, Strongest, Best. Standard fiunily raedidne. No alcohoL Sold for 60 years. Ask Your Doctor. J. C. Ayer Co- GETTYSBUBG MARKETS Com Per Ba :- .J» , Stf Sal * -J^ i Have the 1 painter r do vour work -with the paint that will prove most economical and satisfactory. SHERWIN-W'LUMUS PAINT, PREPARED It vrsH prove most economical because it will pet o5 the need of repainting for the longest po^sib.e nine, most satisfactory because it will give the best results in application, appearance and wear. \Ve would like to have the opportunity of figuring on jour paint requirements when you ire ready. A ftsl! !sne or colors in 3.W. P to select from. Gettysburg Department Store, s iledieal Advertising I Rve...l [[Oats ;. EETAIL PRICES ! Badger Dairy Feed Per IOC 1-30 T aji 3o "i"4ft i Corn and Oars Chop v | Shoe-iisaker Stock Food i \\**'*'*fii ~\5itloJ.'ii**ii . . » - . « _ . - Red Mfddlsngs ! Timothy H».y v *l I RveCLop l , i , 1 Balftl Straw w i Plaster $7-30 per ton.! Cement $1.4o per bbji, Per uol. Western F'oar . Fer bu ?!- i»0" Shelled Cora EarCoru .......................... *· "\e\v.Oais ............... ........ 5C V-'^ieru Oats ___ .................... 55 It means that you can enjoy that unusual combination of style a n d comfort just as many months in the year as there are letters in R-a-1-s-t-o-n S-h-o-e-s 1 Our attractive, new i Fall models range in 1 price frora $4.00 to $6.00. I O. H. Lestz W . 200 feet shafting, pulleys and hangers Good 40 h. p. engine 200 pieces 2x8 joists, 24 ft 100 pieces 8x12 joists ' 24 ft. And other No. i Hemlock lumber. S. DUTTERA, Getlysbur iS'T HIDE THEM WITH A VEIL; REMOVE THTDI WITH THE OTKIXE PRESCRIPTION This prescription for the removal o irecklaT was written by a pronunen phvsieiau and is usually so successful m removiasr freckles and sivsnsr a clear ib.it i~ is soui by Effective June 15, 1913. TIE IARILABD RAILWAT 8:05 A- M. Daily Except Sunday for Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. i 10:35 A. M. Daily for Hagerstown,: Waynesboro, Cha.mbersbturg,Kan- j cock, Csimberland, Rrbins and Points West. i 12:55 P. M. for York and Intermediate Centre 5'iuare P-i , ar- jxroii ;L^c a:.-ier Iiatee to refnniJ the ino:ie\ i: it fails. Pon't hide jour freckles under a ' " ;1 - - eet uu owsice of 5:50 P- SL Daily for Baltimore, Han- 6:58 P. M. Daily except Snnday for B and H. Division Points to Higa- field, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Cfcambei-sbarg, Shippens- bcrg and Hancock^Pittsbtsrgh and all noints West. I will be in my room on the Square over "Stallsmith's Store" on second floor, every i Wednesday afternoon from i 12.30 to S o'clock, v.l»-n- I \\~i\\ do ikung. or I v.Hl cjJl on 1 vosi In vosir horue. at jo«r on\cnirt.«.e. i on air. Thtir=da.v, uojit r^-i --liL of ix.?t : c-arJ. " Plea- c.iil ail«l =e v i!,e Siir-l!a :13.ew Oxiord, Hanover, Baltimore and mtermediate Sts.- ] ±\-y:\_ SALE Propertv situated in Freedom township on the Emittsburg road, containing 44 acres, more or less. Improved w.th a 2 story frame house, barn and necessary out-buildings. Apply to. E. L. TAWNEY, »«-v^. FESTIVAL The Ladies' Aid Society, of Grace Lutheran Church, of Two Taverns, \vill hold a festival on the c urch lawn, Saturday evening. September 20th. the i-ghtc-r fn.-c'-dus \aaish:«i: cnureiy. ^ Be sure 10 ask the droirfrl=t for tne double s-treastli oii'sne; it :s this ihat := TO l'ri£ LADIES" ,, . over, and Intermemate Points, MYLH3, Xe-.v Oxf'-rJ. Pa. :,irdLi Corv. L^riv. GOOD SHOES CHEAP 56 pairs Women's Dress Shoes, sizes 3, 4, 6, 7, $1.00 pair- 1S_ "_ " iHeavy " " 4, 6, SI.00 pair. 165 " Children's Shoes reduced 60c to $1.00 pair. Shampooing, EWLridi Facial and i j^ere is your chance to get a lot cf Children's Dress and Scalp Massage, Man-curing, Sni.crdu j^ eavv Shoes at low price's. Our reason for selling broken ous Hair Rtanoved. j ots and two m a n y kinds. Come quickly. Mrs. Ziegler, Phoae c 4 Y. -- Carlisle TrosteFs Store, Arendtsville, Pa. ^ OF INVITES YOU to call and inspect their immense Fall and Winter Stock The largest stock ever shown^n this community. An assortment of styles as great as shown by any city store. Don t tail to give us a look before buying-- en in Bilervme visit the new LADIES' DEPARTMENT In this department you will find all the new things the market offers for Ladies* and Misses wear. Ladies' Coat Suits In this line we have broken all previous records, we will be able to show you over 200 Ladies" and Junior Suits, Xo Two Alike, be- besides this a large assortment of Plain Tailored Suits, we feature this season. Gua an teed, a!", wool suits from $10 to $40. Coats Licies'. Junior's, Misses ana Infant's, nr.\ thing you can think of in this line, we have t material and stylestae Dresses They are here :r. just the right style, cra'.iiv and price. In a-.vide range of styles and r-ateria's, for street, party or evening wear. MEN'S DEPARTMEMT Once a^ain vre are showing the new things in men's and boys -wear. Our fine of men's and boys Suits surpasses anything \ve have previously shown. The new materials and styles that can only be produced by such rrea- builders of men's clothes as "Hart, Schaffner and Marx". Tne House of Kuppenheimer", Alco and B. H. System Clotnes are wortny of vour attention. . ' Do they fit? ask the man that has worn one and tnen c^me :n and try them on. Many men and young men have" found out the advantage of ready-to- wear suits. Drop in our store anytime just try on one of the new fall suits or coats and be convinced. Men's and Boy's Overcoats and Raincoats As usual just a little ahead with a line of men's and boys' overcoats and raincoats that you can equal nowhere for style, fit, quality and individuality. No charge for alterations. Remember the F. ana S. way, fit or no pay. Men's Mackinaw Coats Promise to be the first word for athletic or out-door wear. .They are here in a great variety of styles and -. patterns for men and boys. ' Furnishings department Our stock of men's furnishings is complete in every detail, as with all our other lines. - We are always first with the newest in Shirts, Hats. Xeckwearand Hosiery. Billiard Room, Bowling Alleys, Restau- 2 rant of E. C. Roth newly built, newly furnished and fittei throughout. Absolute order will be maintained and you are invited to bring your lady friends. Bowling is the most delightful and healthful of indoor games. Try it. WALTER'S THEATRE Monday, September 15th. SHOES'. SHOES! For all the family in the newest shapes and styles for Fall and Winter wear. See our windows. Agent* for Warner's ru *t proof Corsets ar.d EICQ Ho»ie»y. s o Hart, Schafflier Merx, Alco and K. u p p c n h cimef clothcz for men. ^ _ ^V^--KSC c Xr*Ftt*#X»X?Xr^V^^ ?*** 1 *****^ IOH Now In Its Second Year InlNew York City PRICES:- .75 - $1.00 - $1.50. Seats on sale t '.People's Drug Store. lWSPAPEIll

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