The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 18, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, September 18, 1913
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CJ. faer £Sn - E! .*. Weaver £ SDH For The Housekeeper Si || j! 11 FARMER'S DAY in WAYNESBORO Saturday, October 4, 1913 Greatest Corn Show in the Cumberland Valley $500 in prizes for farm PRODUCTS Ten Bands of IMusie Free Vaudeville on Streets BETTER BABY SHOW FUX! 11 Reduced Bates on Railroads For Further Information II H f R rt IS I! N I A G A R A the recognized STANDARD of EXCELLENCE, is m- dJspensible in making the BEST comforts, cotton sofa pillows, veranda cushion?, bandages, table ma's, stair pads, pads for carpets and floor rugs, mattress pads, mattresses and upholstering of all kinds. The COMFORT STYLE of NIAGARA unrolls and unfolds 7 11. x 6 ft the exact size of your comfort, and as shown in the upper photo-engraving, openino- Into a SE AM LESS SHEET as soft as fleece and as D URAB^E as ihe MIGHTY CATARACT from which NIAGARA derives ITS name. ^11 is the ONE comfort style batting which requires no fitting nor shifting aiter bein«r spread upon your covering, and IT is available In four qualities. NIAGARA No. 21, No. 23. No. 25, No. 27. and In 2-lb., 3-lb. and 4 -lb. rolls, and remember NIAGARA costs no more than ordinary comfort style bating. address J. IL BeardoriT, Secretary, Wavne^boro, Pa. a Effective Jcne 15. 1913. ; ·HE MARYLAND RAILWi T ' ·{-05 A. M." Daily Except Sunday f«. Iiuhiiaore, Hanover, York KJIC "· , termediate Poiats. j :0::J3 A. iL Daily for Hagerstowv. I Waynesboro, Chambersbur^,rl?-n . j cock. Cumberlana. Eli:::s a".. Points West. 1 12:55 P. M. for York and Intermedia" } Points 15:50 P- M. Da3y for Baltimore. Elan ' !-5:5S P. M. DaOy excepi. Sunday for R i and H. Division Points to High-', j a^Sd, also Hagers:ow;i, Waysst-.-. | j bora, Gfaanibersb - jr|:, « . ail ooints West- Sunday OaJy. The Man or Young Man who is About to Buy his Fall Clothing. SHOULD KNOW THAT This the eleventh Fail and Winter season \ve^ hive cur readiness to supply the men and youn^ men of G-iusbur- and vicinity with our three'great brands of clothing, Schiy-s Boih«-r--, W. P. and the L.' and L. clothes. That during th-s stretch of years we have met all sorts^ of com- p«-::ti -n and have not only held our ovva but have forged rapid:y ahead. That every garment sold by O. H. Lestz 11 up to the ! st tick :? :":·* c'ock in style and guaranteed for satisfactory service. Suits from $5.00 to $25.00 Trousers from 1.90 to ."0 Overcoats from 4.50 to 20.00 Raincoats from 3.75 to 15.00 'I he Fall styles of Ralston shoes for men will prove a revc-'a- t i « * n 10 liu^t: who have never worn these won Jerfully uoo i slices,-vnile ·.in'drt us of satisfied customers who have worn them come in a^ain O. H. LESTZ, Store Ui.Ji! Iv.ery K\t-!i;5!r. ir.~-:i Tr-fihiu .°ia- ·;··=. Corner SMiare u:id Cariiak- Stivvi. *-·* 1'Vs.h'sri. "t^ j THE Trinity Reformed Sunday, 1 School will hold an ice cream festival i . . 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover. York j an ,j soc ; a i at Edgar Faber's residence, I Balriaiore and intermediate sta Chambersburg street, Thui-scuy ever.- j UBLIC AUCTION tions. r, and Intermediate PoSr.ts -ap:. Sept. IS. The public is invited.-advertisement TV»"0 second hand Ford touring ' FESTIVAL: ·will be belcl by uit-1 -^ rs and an Indian motorcjcle lor sale. Arendisville schools, Satiirda.-.-,, Sep- Oei:'«.ra! Auto Company, 4G York New F (jive me a trial. W. KAPPE5 · ous i lalr IlemoveJ. 22 Carlisle Street. Mrs. Z'egler, tenber 20tb.- : -adveriisement street.--advertiser -ent i Ihoii 9i Y. Display of FALL and WINTER | hatsJEiida5_and Saturday, Sept- I ember 19th. and 20th. i MISS HGLLEBAUGH, IS Baltimore St., | GXittee0*ettCtttCrK* In Centre Square, Sept. 19th 1 o'clock. The undersigned will sell a big lot of second hand Furniture, Stoves, Carpets and aE sorts of house furnishings, lalso several good light wagons; one has top, suitable for hauling milk cans. Do not miss-this sale as we will have something that yon will neei. CHARLES MUMPER CO. /^H JE.1_ Cloth es We Invite you to call and inspect the largest and best line of-Ladies'-and Men's Clothing and Furnishings ever shown in tir s community. ·J J ^^ Xii V J-t-V^ V \J *-- t-V^ T^"^*^* ^^^.AW*. ^^J.Wf-' -*^----- ---- ^y -- - ^ This season we have been more careful than ever to show only what is the latest in style, the bast in workmanship, the finest quality, which we can offer you at the right pnce. Individuality and exclusiveness has been our motto, all through our stock you will find that one essentail, all people desire. S LADIES 1 DEPARTMENT Ladies' Coat Suits MENS' DEPARTMEMT Men's and Young Men's Suits The .new fail styles are here, you \vill be pleased -with them, try them ' junior and Misses Coats T ,, J - 1 rf v,~,o-^ Kin all tneneu- materials 01 fanc; 'cashaie.e ^ vet, mat esee. plushes, astracnan. etc. J-aaies «t r ^ ^. - S T - r f- .._ c __ from 55.50 to 550, Blisses irornSi t o $ i D . system ! ings and workmanship are o! the best and are guaranteed by us and i^e makers. Hart, Schanner and Marx suits s-o to $50. kuppen- suits $l8 . 5o to $28.50. Alco System suits, $12.50 to 5*0.00 SuiLi ^O LU 0 1 4. Overcoats Overcoat Dresses for every occasion, in silk, casnmere. orocaclea; In the new c hj nc hi]las, fancv cashmeres, meltons, diagonals and velvet, satan, voile and serge, at prices that are right. ever ,q ress y blue and black Chesr.Tneld coats. Many of ts ^ ave s ^ aw l collars and bdted back^; in the ily front and Many of the ; coats have shawl collars ana be:tea oac;^ in trie uy front and ouuon This season \ve have added a line of evening and party ^J-Q.,^ effects, they are here to piea^. you no milter whi:yo:i m i y cresses that \vH! appeal to you, no matter ho*- you \vant mem ' j es ; r ^ mace or trimmed see us before buying-. , -\ /r i - r^ 1 C ^ ., . s IVlackinaw Coats and oweaters r UrniSilingS ; j}- ie ideal necessities for out door sport and general wear. Ask to Our furmshiag department is full of the new creations for]see oar famous Hne of Laapher mackinaw coats and P e n n a ,io-tan fr."«! and winter wear. See the new Balkan sweater coats and; button hole sweaters. macfcinaws, also undenvear. skirts, kimonas ^ar.d the smaller, Furnishings and Hats items that go to make your wardrobe complete. j Q ^ furnish -ings and hat departments are full of the r.ew fall cna- SHOES SHOES ^ . tions in Clermont, Ide silver collars, excelsior gloves and noyclis i.i \Vr r r - v c sccec a line of shoes that we can sho\v you the newest in shoes in suca. t : es ?n ^ f ancv waistcoats, see our line of hats in derby or soit sty-c-^. r r k ^ c s Red Cress, Star Brand, and our ov.n special shoe for ladies',; misses and " ' c: i ore: FOOTWEAR ,,'. · _ ; This season we have made a special eftort to show yo;^ v/nat's n- \v FREEI FREE 1 . Asa sr. ven-r cf our cpervn,: ca)sa handsome $2.50 silk waist with; j n s - ftoes * m suc h makes as Douglass, Crossett, Barry and Star Brand . ev-rysi::o'.e,-S'i3-5o- ' FREE FREE R E W J E M 3 E R Ail a'.tcraticns are freo, 2 nd aro fitted a n d aitorcd by competent fitters and tailors ;^ s a S ou'/enir of Our Opening days With every mm O- bo-. 3 S'Ht T m i;i lifm silk handkf rchen. I 5ACHS, V/hat we say it is. it is. Introdtcer^ of Styles. "The Home of Fine Clothes' Remember the F. and S. way, fit or no pay. :WSPAPLR|

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