The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 19, 1913 · Page 2
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September 19, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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C. i. Weaver i Son - C W. Wera i Son For The Housekeeper - · - 8:05 Jt ::l^?I)aiiygEsce?t Sunday for - Baltimofe^Sanoverj : York and'In- termediate^Boiiits. Y . : - : ' 10:35 . M ^ J u l j ^ J f e r Hagerstown, cock, ; Cumberland; Eiinns ' ' ' · ' o s v . ·; ,, . 12:55 P. MJior^rk aiid Intermediate j " ' ' 5:50 P- 5L''DaBj^tdr Baltimbre, Han-j J6:5S P. M^iDaiiylex^eptSunday for B {-. and H:-I)ivisiont f Points to Sigh-i field, also ;Hagerstowa, Waynes- . ' boro,' Cbainbersborg, Sluppens; j bnrg arid Hancock,Pittsburga ana | all points rWest t r : ! Sunday··* Only- | 7:13 New Oxford,^\Hanover, York, j Baltimore and!intermediate sta-j . over, : and intermediate Points, of HoSseisoiii tioods on - ... ' e . . . » · . . continue house keening/ will sea ^:;; public sale at heriesidenee 45_i_ 3aiti- NIAGARA, the recognized STANDARD of EXCELLENCE,'is in- dispensible in making the BEST comforts, cotton sofa pillows, veranda cushions, 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 j ft. x 6 f r the exact size of your comfort, and as shown in the upper photoengraving, ooenin^ Into a SEAMLESS SHEET as soft as fleece and as D.URABLE as the MIGHTY CATARACT from which NIAGARA derives ITS name. 11 is the ONE comfort style batting which requires no fitting nor shifting after beiny; spread upon your covering, and IT'is available in four qualities^ NIA- GARA'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 batt.ng. more street. Gettysburg, the _.· . ; 2. bed rocni suits, 1; single bea, 2 bee sowings. 2 mattresses, 2 couches^,! child's iroach. child's crib., desk, parloi ! suite, rockers, walnut drop leai 6 iej. table drop leaf kitchen table, suh i board, dining rooin chairs, stands, call ) sear. 3 mirrors^ ; one 6 ft., 2-S daj clocks chairs, chest, hall rack, goqss sewing machine, kiicaen cabinet, double: heater,'coal istove.:; like new gas range, used but a short time. oi3 heater, 119 yds. brussels carpet, gooc condition. .5(5 yds." matting, linoleum rugs, oictares, lamps, one a pianc lamp;'carpet sweeper, curtains, ana curtain "Doles, \rln'dbw shades, portieres. 0i!!nv3, auilts. blankets, coan terpaies, home made' linen, cushions jset of dishes, and other china, kiteher | utensils, canned fruit-and jellies, glass iars. doughtrav, lavrn mower, large cellar table, "benches, brass kettle laundry irons, crocks, step '.adder, garden tools. Sale to commence at I o'eicci£- MRS. LUCINDA BENDER. at the Game You'll find you have picked the winning shoe. For Style, -Individuality, Service and Comfort/ Ralstons are in a class by themselves. Competition has never "crossed their goal line." Ralstons are a safe bet-- always; for -they carry our guarantee of satisfaction. " ~ ' · . ; " Try the first pair on our say so -- afterwords it 'will be on yours. We have many ne\s r and exclusive models, §4. 00 to S6.0CL Gettysburg. O. Store Open Evenings, Gor. Square and Carlisle Street. ............ TWO -second hand Ford touring: 5-ook Forward. .-. iWiio can see the brilliancy of char-. acter attained by Individuals of our race v.-Ithcut feeling that there is a pledge m this that -Hrhat aas been done NOTICE I hereby give notice that I ""will not pay any debts con- liacted by m}' wife. Annie L. 'La\\ver. D; A. Lawver, Biglerville, Pa. I '.vill be in GraSuate of Optics 5S E. Po^i fret St.. Carlis! TO THE LADIES Shampooing. Electrical Facial and a t P en r o s e ! Sea!)) Massage, Manicuring, Superfin Myers 1 "Jewelrj O us Hair Eeaioved. Srore. Mrs. Ziegler, Phone 94 Central Auto . Company, street.--advertisement race?---F.-XV. Robertson. "1 MILLINERY OPENING Display of FALL and WINTER t hats Friday and Saturday, Sept- 1 ember 19th. and 20th. MISS HGLLEBAUGH, 18 Baltimore St., ^ OPEfllJiG You are invited to the showing of FALL and WINTER MILLINERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 and Located in Basement of P'irst National Bank. C of Square.and Chambersburg Street. Mrs, D. J. Riele. 20. orner O ; ' Saturday v September 19 and u At The Home of Fine Clothes" 0 1 Qt * is?l We invite you to caH andTinspect e largest and^bestTIine of Ladie?an^Men's QotHing ani Furnishings ever shown in this comniTimty. This season we have been more careful than ever to show only what is the latest in style, the best in workmanship, the finest quality, which we can offer you at motto, all through our stock you will find that one essentail, all people desire. Something different Individuality and ex LADIES' DEPARTMENT Ladies' Coat Suits In this line we have a different style for every woman. The-values we are offering will surprise you. 200 different styles, we sure can please you. All wool suits $10 to $40- Ladies' junior and Misses Coats In all the new materials of fancy cashmere, brocaded velvet, mat'esee, plushes, astrachan, etc. Ladies'and Junior's from $3.50 to $50, Misses from $ i to$i5- Dresses Dresses i Dresses for every occasion, in silk, cashmere, brocaded j velvet, satan, voile and serge, at prices that are right. j This season we have added a line of evening and party | dresses that will appeal to you, no matter how you want them j made or trimmed see us before buying. j furnishings 1 *"^ · · - 7 Our furnishing department is full of the new creations for j fall and winter wear. See the new Balkan sweater coats and ] niackinaws. also underwear, skirts, kiinonas and the smaller; items that go to make your wardrobe complete. j SHOES SHOES MENS' DEPARTMEMT -Men's and Young Men's Suits The new fall styles are here, you will be pleased with them, try them on. see how they fit, note the lines and fit of these garments, ihat only such makers as Hart, S chaff ner and Marx, The House of Kuppcn- heiraer and Alco system clothes makers can cut and make. The linings and workmanship are of the best and are guaranteed by_us and the makers. Hart, Schaffner and Marx suits §20 to $30. Kuppen- heimer suits $.i.S.5o to $28.50. Alco System suits, $12.50 to $20.00. Other suits $S to S14- Overcoats Overcoats In the new chinchillas, fancy cashmeres, meltons, diagonals n virv, v_ver dressy blue and black Chesterfield coats. Many of the new coats have shawl collars and belted backs in the fly front and button throuo-h .effects, they are here to please you no matter what you may \Ve hr:ve cdded a line of shoes that we can show you the newest in shoes in.such \ r.-akcsr.s Red Cress, Star Brand, and our own special hoe for ladies',j misses · and ! children. 1 £·. i 1 f i FREE! FREE! As a souvenir of our opening days a handsome $2.50 silk? waist with \ every suit over $13.50. ! R E f V J E f f l B E R - A H alterations are free, and are fitted and alter£d by competent fitters and tailors^ Mackinaw Coats and Sweaters The ideal necessities for out door sport and general wear. Ask to see our famous line of Laupher mackinaw coats and Penn'a no-tare button hole sweaters. Furnishings and Hats Oar furnishings and hat departments are full of the: new--' fall _crt:a- tions in Ciermont, Ide silver collars, 'excelsior ..gloves and novel ties in i fancy waistcoats, see our line of hats in derby or soft- styles." t ; es This season we have nip.de a special effort to show you- what's ne\v in shoes in such makes as "Douglass, Crossett, Barry and Star Brand . if KappcaSxiasr FREE FREE FRE As a souvenir of our opening days with every mm or boy's suit a bean tiful silk handkercheif FUNKHOUSER SACHS, What we say it is, it is. Introducers of Styles. 'The Home of Fine Clothes" nSPAPERf Remember the F. and S. way, fit or no pay; __ NEWSPAPER!

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