The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 23, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, September 23, 1913
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SUMMER NEGLIGEE. G.f .Weaver Son G.W.Weaver Son * .,, . The Leaders WE wri to call your attention to our CARPET and UPHOLSTERY deoarrnent. \Ve have the most beautifullme of Axminsten Velvet and Tapestry Rugs we hax e ever shown at this season of tne year. \xliPster and Velvet R ugs and Carpets are especially;suitable for parlor. diningTodmjivingrooaxand den-See our line-and *ou will and just the rug p\tteYn and coloring desired. Make your purcnase now ana brighten up the home for winter. \Ve carry a large line of Velvet and Axminster Carpets with bor- drrs to match, and caiTmake rugs to suit any size room. HALL and STAIR patterns in large variety. Our line of Printed and Inlaid Linoleums i, c^plcte in all width*. One of the features of our linoleum department is that we lav the goods and take care of it until it is properly set to the fiooi--this insures the highest possible degree of service; if properly done. Watch our windows and see some _of the beautiful patterns of Lace and Scrim Curtains We are showing from 50 cents to $7.00 per pair. Window Shades Made to Order in the very best manner. Stock Shades., in all colors, in several grades. All carpets sewed FREE--and those sold in any near by town will be laid as well. Curtains and Shades hung and guaranteed to work satisfactorily, FREE. 3Ios~ -worsen are making «P the summers- negligee ro-w before tor. weather" really sets in. This captivating hammock gow~ is of pale iliac batiste v:tii a short -svaisted bodice of allo^er embroidery. A sasb. of lilac ribbon runs through a beading 3'^ belo?." the oust line. The Man or Young Man who is About to Buy his Fall Clothing. SHOULD KNOW THAT This the eleventh Fall and Winter season \ve have announced our readiness to supply the men and young men of Gettysburg and vicinity with our three great brands of clothing, Schloss _ Brotners, W. P. a"nd the L. and L. clothes. That durino- this stretch of years we have met all sorts of com- · petition and have not only held our ovvn but have forged rapidly ahead.- That every garment sold by O. H. Lestz is up to the last tick of the clock in style and guaranteed for satisfactory service. Suits from $5.00 to $25.00 Trousers from 1.00 to 4.50 Overcoats from 4.50 to 20.00 Raincoats from 3.75 to 15.00 The Fall styles of Ralston shoes for men will prove a revelation to those who have never worn these wonderfully good shoes.while hundreds of satisfied customers who have worn them will come in again Furniture Storage Warehouse We are prep ired to hani'.e rll sor s of hoase-ho'd ? fall we aided another ^rj to our baiWia? which jjhes us lors of rooai to'han.Ue a larze amoun: of goods, each lot is pus in separate room-, ana taken for snv length of time. _ We are also prepared to do-rfl kind of packing inclnains pianos, " Movia* Pir.no3 sn 1 ho : s'ing a specialty. * . Bushman in the Nurssry- One of the handiest articles a young cotter can have in the house is a inw hall tree, -ahich should be cat j down to be only three_pr fo'-ir feet hish, and -.vUl be one of the most coa- i venient pieces of furniture, for on it I can be slipped the l:tt!e long dresses 1 and petticoats, v.fcich are most con' verdent -n-hea always v.-ithin reach. I Then it iz a good vay to air the little ! articles that cone frora the laundry. Cover "w ilix "svhlte eaamel paint. The bill ot fare should have a variety Fowls do not wish to be confined to a single article of food any acre than men do, and it is not good tor them. Light plows are all right for land that is free irom stone; but look out *o- your -ihs where there are many stones- For such land better get a | neavier plow. [ Potatoes planted in old land cr rich -a-cen soil are apt to be scabby and worm eaten; a teaspoonful of sulphur thrown onto the tabers when droppec will prevent hoth evils. O. H. LESTZ, Store Open Every JEvcninjr. Corner Square and Carltic Street. Effective Jane 15, 1913. THE TOEMIAHIMSD RAILWAY 8:05 A. M. DaHy Except Sunday for Baltimore, Hanover, Yorlc and Intermediate Points. 10:35 A. M. DaUy for Hagerstown, W°vn»sboro, Chambersburg,Han-cock, Cumberland, Elkins ano Pc-ir-ts West. 12:55 P- il- ior York and Intermediate I i Cleaner CHARLES S. MUMPER Co. | llUI, iHHIimniHnU!«IHimiHH'inillIIHUlHUni$tUUinnnHl!lUt!UUlHHIlUi!IUlUHHl'.niHIU.HHtt? and T ?s muscle and bone that are re- { ou-:red to withstand hardship and m- · activ« celts never develop either like those ^hicrf have the advan plenty of exercise every da... 5:50 P- 5L. Daily for Baltiraore, Han-5:53 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B ?tid H Division Points to Highfield also Hagerstown, "Waynes- bo^-o, Chambersburg. Sbippens- burg and HancociuPittsburgn and all points "West- Sanday Only. I T:13 Xew Oxford, Hanover, York. I Baltimore and intermediate dons, over, and Intermediate Points. es-s a-e responsible for s.\ TWO second hand Ford touring j good deal oT"bac luck" with iscuba- 1^^ an(i an Indian motorcycle «rj»Ie.» NOTICE I will pay 65c per bushel for potatoes delivered to Biglerville, 1 Bendersville and Gardners Station, and lOc per pound for calves delivered to L S- Orner and Brother of Arendtsville and Bucher's Meat Store, Biglerville. J. W. PETTIS 45 York ^ =??L 1 B THIS SPACE LAMSC5N HUEBAKD AND Ibr Sale BlJ Eckert'sStore -On h S-:u? I Special SHOE SALE If You Desire to Save MONEY Come In .ORDERED OUT We have made the rounds and ordered out all of our Men's, Women's and Children's Summer Shoes, and now \ve are going to Make Them Move. We offer Shoe Bargains that you cannot afford to ignore.--No one \vith feet should ignore this sale.-Remember the sale is now on a.nd if YOU do stay aw?y, YOU are the Loser. Prices to varied anu DC Jierous too enumerate here. C. B. KITZMILLER, user 1\ rs Sale of PUBLIC SALE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1313- The undersigned intending to quic housekeeping: vrill sell ^ Public Sale on the above date at Biglerville ^hv 1 -- T» _- ·» . ^XA T J *vrvrt/tc;- 'The Home of Fine Clothes" Valuable Real Estate ! carv conjoint^; j- »wi -««·. - , ,, 3 %vash stands, 150 yards carpet, naJi -, i and stair carpet, lot of rogs, 3 rocl.- losej- , _ - -- on -Voi-MT cnlJr? nottora, 1 HOUSE and LOT «iwaic on the Son* side of Breckennd iilUji oua*t ^^0.4 i"-»^ * v - --" ~ ing chairs- 20 chairs, solid r w i h ot Gc-Uysbunr. luS cnairo- -iu \^:i-a.n.^, ^^»-- ~~-- ^ lounge, I parlor suit. 1_ marole cop fronting 30 fett ilserooa. improved Brick Dwelling House with, t,o-stroy Back ^BaJMna, toe J | - JACOB A. STOCK, Excc-.itor of Jacob Stock deceased TO THE LADIES Electrical Facial and | and I i.. Massage, ilaaicnring, Supcrflu ^ ons Hair Removed. Mrs. Ziegler, Tlionc 91Y. 12 } laxes and "hatchets; 5 irallon oil'can snrinklinff can, wneelbarrow. bushel, ilKasifel and *«*^»%? to mention. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. MRS, ELIZA A. ROTH. Ira Taylor, Auctioneer. .FWSFAPFR!

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