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September 20, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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C. II. Von i Son - C. If. Hem For The Housekeeper Effective^ June 15, 1913. TEE WESTERS IMHLtfD EA1LWAI 8:05 A. M. PaHy Except Sunday for Baltimore, Ksuaover, York and Intermediate 5 " Points. j 10:35 A. M. Dally for Hagerstowc, j Wavnesljofo, Cbambersbarg,Ean-1 cock, Cumberland, Elkias Poiats West. 12:55 P. 3L for York and Points. . ,, 5:50 P- M- DaUv for Baltimore, Han , iS:58 P. M. Daily except S-jnday for B ; ! and H. Division Points to Hlgb- ! field, also Hagersiown, y?ayaes- i i boro, Chaxnbersbarg, Snippens-. berg and HaneockPictsourgQ and , all points West- Sunday Only. 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, lor*, , Baltimore and intermediate sis tions- over, and Intermediate Points. j PUBLIC SALE of Household Gcods on 1 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1313 The undersized 'itendisi?: '- ^ co!»t«iae house ieeaiig v.sll seu :.'. , oublic sale at her res'dence 4o- ^m . more street, Gettysou-gr. the jcoik-tti:.-, a 2 bed room suits, 1 single bed, 2. Dec NI3.GA.RA the recognized STANDARD of EXCELLENCE, is ir- dispensible in making the BEST comforts, cotton sofa pillows, veranda cushions, bandages, table ma's, stair pads, pads for carpets and noor rugs, mattress pads, mattresses and upholstering of all kinds. The COMFORT STYLE of NIAGARA unrolls 3nd unfolds 7 ft. x 6 ft., the exact size of vour comfort, and as shown in the upper photo-enoravmg, open : no- into a SEAMLESS SHEET as soft as fleece and as D u R A B L b as the MIGHTY CATARACT from which NIAGARA derives ITS name. ^ I is the ONE comfort style batting \\hich requires no fitting r.or shining alter beimr spread upon, your covering, and IT is available in four qualities MA- GARANo. 21, No. 23, No. 25, No 27, and In 2-lb., 3-lb. and 4-lb. roils, ana remember NIAGARA costs no ir.ore than ordinary comfort style bating. , _ -. . · board, dining room c"^srs. stands, ·-eat, o mirrors, one o it., 2-b ac.\ clocks chairs, chesr. hall rack, *w sewing: machine, v-tchen causnet, doub'e beater, coal srove. like new o«s vspge, used but a shor: t".«e r OL Hearer 119 vds. brusseis carpet, gooc condifo-». 06 ids. rnar:i"g, hnoleura Srogs, pictures, lamps, one a pian' ianiD/carDec sweeper, curtains. ar?i 'curtain poles, -i.-icdo"- shades, por Wea You'll find 3*ou have picked the winning shoe. For Style, Individuality, Sendee and Comfort, Rdstons arc in a class by themselves. Competition has never "crosccd their go^I line. for they ccrry o^r r 1 SCL U-i- \i'J-i-.ti3« ti.ij.Vi Vr»-» *--- -- 7 ! · tenses, canned frui- and jei-ies, g'asi jiars. do^ghtray, !nvi ^OACT. ^ Urg-. I cellar uTble. "benches, b-ass ket:!t: liaup.dr;.- iro^s, crocks. s:ep ladder, gar ! den 'cools. ! Sale to commence at 1 o cioc-: RS. LUCIXDA BEXDER. Ralstons are a safe bet-- always; satisfaction. Try the first pair on our say so -- afterwards i: v/ilhbe on yours. We have many new and exclusive models, ?-.' 0 to S6.00. Store Open fc,\enings. Cor. Square and Carlisle Street. -burg. TO THE LADIES , SbaaiffOOintr. ElctC^'cal Fnc:.il a'«l ! f '., ILiu-.ciirmg, Superfia f TWO second hand Ford touring,, ' cars and an Indian rrotorcyc'e for sale. \ \ Central Auto Company, 46 York 1 i street.--advertisement 'hone Mrs. Ziegler, Y. 32 Carli=l« APPLE. ORCHARD IN BE AB^IN 7 G CONDITION SE.T WITH FRUIT, FOR S ALE. Between =ix and se\en acres, located, ner.r _Vrendts mJI. set -Kriti: a crop of YoT-t lnir)*rial York Striue and .Jonathan apples. Enure orchid except apoar iJftv trees" in bea-Jie condH^or Located LO soatiiera exposure .ma protected iroin die" i-ordroesE winds m sprinsr .uul fall \vtli tJ-abe- land on die v est JIP^ rort'i. H -\ebad a crop 01 apples lor the last ten years. ^Jl sell cueap :o a c.a:-,- -bnyer eitbtr mdudLn- o- -eser\ins: this years cro.- Rea5O_ for se'Iintr bi"n- t o j L-usy :o can. fcr same.*" -,vh.ch is s.x mi'es frnm my home, ror farther inroriat«or , aduress. D. C. ASPER. Aspers, P z. I \\ili be i" I G e t t y s o u r i | eve'-y Tuesday' .- t P en ro s e j Mjcrs" Jewelry | Score. j TV. H DIXKL.fi 1 ia-e or Orucs 23 2 P3='-e: S; . Car'.is! MILLINERY Display of FALL and ^WINTER hats Friday and Saturday, September 19th. and 20th. MISS KOLLEBAUGH, IS BaltircoreSt., "Y ou are invited to the showing of FALL and WINTER MILLINERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 and 20. itocl in Basement of First National Bank. Corner of Square and Charnbersburg Street. ;«. D* J. Riele* aturday^ "At The Home of Fine Clothes" invite you to call and inspect the largest andJest line of LadieV and Men's Clothing and Furnishings ever shown in this lan ever to show only what is the latest in style, the best in workmanship, the finest quality, which we can ofrer you at tne »ght pr.ce. Individuality and exclusiveness has been our motto, all through our stock you wffl find that one essentail, all people desire. Something different. LADIES' DEPARTMENT Ladies* Coat Suits MENS* DEPARTMEMT Men's and Young Men's Suits - - - r , A -rr , ..-}-. fnr ~-~ rv v-ona-- ! The new fall sivles are here, you will be pleased with them, try them in ttis hne we nave a amereac scv'e tor e^o Y?"*~ Qn see ho , v Aev g r aote thc ;. ies and fit o f these garments, that or.!y S^;TM;sr^^ Ladies' Junior and Misses Coats ! jf ] ^^^S^d^ t ^^s'rS1fo.\^ In all the nevr materials of fane} casnmere, Brocaded _ve.- h ; imer sult $I 8 5o to 5 23 .- o . Alco Svstem suits, S12.50 to $10.00. \et, mat esee, plushes, astrachan, etc. Ladies anci junio. s, Q"^ suT£s eg ro c: :j _ t o S ' S - , "" f ' from $3.50 to M isses froir. $ i to $'5. Dresses Drebses | Dresses for every occasion, in s:Sk, cashmere, brocaced ' \ elvet, satan, voLe ana serg^e, at prices that are right. This season .ve have added a line of evening and party ' dresses that \\~.\\ appeal to you. no matter ho\v you want the r.iade or tr:r.imed ^ee "us before buying. , Furnishings \ Our furnishing department is fuil of the ne-.v creations for fa'il and winter wear. See the nevr Balkan sweater coats and ^ mackinaws, also uncen\ear, sk-rts, kimonas and the sir.aHer' items that go to make yoar wardrobe complete. j SHOES SHOES We ha\e cccec a line of shoes that we can shew you the newest in shoes sn such m i k e c.s Red Cross. Star Brand, and our own special shoe for ladies', misses and chi.clren. FREE! FREE: As a souvenir of our opening cays a handsome $2.50 silk waist witn every suit o%er $15.50. R E N l E N l B E R - A i i alterations are free, and ara fitted and altered by competent fitters and tailors Overcoats Overcoats In the new chinchillas, fancy cashmeres, meltons, diagonals ana die ever dressy bue and b!ac Chesterfield coats. Many ot the new- coats have shawl collars and b-Uca backs in the fly front and button through effects, they are here to please you nc matter what you rnay desire. 1 Mackinaw Coats and Sweaters 1 The ideal necessities Jor cut 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 Our furnishings and hat departments are full of the new fail creations in Clermont, Ide silver collars, excelsior gloves and r.ovektcs m ties and fancy waistcoats, see oar line of hats in derby or soft styles. FOOTWEAR This season we have made a special efiort to show you what's new ·a shoes in such makes as Douglass, Crossett, Barry and Star Brand . FREE FRE As a souvenir of our opening days with every man or boy 's suit a bsau ttful silk hancil e.-cnei.. UNKHOUSER SACHS What we say it is, it is. Introducers of Styles. "The Home of Fine Clothes" Remember the F. and S. way, fit or no pay. SF4PFR1

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