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September 24, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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G.W. Weaver Son G.W. Weaver Son Tlie Leaders \VE wish to call your attention to our CARPET and UPHOLSTERY ^ department. We have the most beautiful line of Axminster, Velvet ana ,, T-VvCstrv Rxt^s \ve ha-i e ever shown at this-season of theyeaiv - - -A x:n:nsrc rand Velvet ^ugs and Carpets are especlallv suitable/or pallor tiinSn^room, living; roo:n and den-- See our line and you will find /asMh^raspatrera'and coloring desired. Mak : your purchase now and b r ; ^ h : t n up the home for winter. \\V. earrv a lar^e line of Velvet and Axminster Carpets with bor- «.:· rs ;o sr.atcb. and car. make ru^s to s; k any size room. HALL and STAIR patterns in large variety. P.:r -=ne of Printed and Inlaid Linoleums U c ··': «:c't ir- all widths. O.ie of the features of our Imulauni department Iih.r. ·A--;-ivihe^oo;!^aa.I tike careof i t u n t s l it is properly set to the ,] 0ljr _ i ';,:^ I «,sv £··-? ih- holiest possible degree of service; if properly done. \Vatch ' ur \vlndov.-s and see some of the beautiful patterns of Lace and Scrim Curtains \\V r.rc showing from 50 cents to Sj-oo per pair. Window Shades Made to Order Stock Shades, In all color-:, in several , ,,» Of Course. A JCew York dramatic -writer tells of an actress of'great popularity -wfto is just beginning to be obsessed iciui the notion taat the public holds her to be older than she really is. The _ -writer -was assigned to inter{ rievr this player. He wished to obtain her views -srith reference to the state of the drama, a topic whereon the actress did no:; seem particularly anxious to decant. "It does not seem to me," genoy $ . your opinion:- "You ought to be frank, £.1sines,ycur eyesjare,giay andr~*~- j "Prematurely so, my dear boy,pre- jsanjrely- so/" the actress assigned to ·assure MUL--Judge. " 1 A 'Frontier of Peace. ] Tfith its rev,- of crumbling forts and ] musty guns the frostier between Cai j ada and the "United States stands S3 I an object lesson to all nations. TVlinQ j it is the "longest, it is the safes* and securest frontier la the \rorld. Three thousand railes and more of it lie between Passaraaquocdy bay and Pnget soi^id, and in all that distance not a shotted gun points menacingly froni either country tov.-ard the other.^ A fev.- small and comparatively ines.ec- tive fishery cruisers guard the water- frost, none of which would be of much la time of ^ar.-- St. John Tele- raph. ___ _ ±._--. -· -* i The Man or Young Man who is About to Buy his Fall Clothing. SHOULD KNOW THAT This the eleventh Fail and V.'Inter season \ve have announced our readiness to supply the men and younu men of Gettysburg and - vtcinhy-Tvith our three great brands of clothing, Schlpss Brothers, W. P. and the L. and L. clothes. That during this stretch of years we have met all sorts of competition and have not only held our o"/r. but have forged rapidly ahead. That every garment sold by O. H. Lestz Is up to the laht tick of the clock In style and guaranteed for satisfactory service- Suits from $5.00 to $25.00 Trousers from LOO 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 ^ood shoes.while hundreds of satisfied customers who have worn them will come In again O. H. LESTZ, Ir. the vcrv l»~?t ra.i-. c.i ir:ets sewed FREE--and those s-ld in :i!,v near by town will be laid as well. C :r -:·-.? ami Shades hung and guaranteed to w-rk fatisfactoril}-. FREE. G-at a neir milk Clicks relish sk Comfortable hens are layers. Balky drivers ma£e balky horses. -- Encouraga tarkeys to roost Ijazr tens, like lazy nen. are not Eoaey makers, It Is Important to fceep the pocitry i toiises scrupulously clssB- ! See that the dairy co-ws get aH t!i« salt they need these days. Storo Opo:i E\vry Even" Corner ?uua?t; -nil Oirlis'c Street- Uri-vii Tr.uIIa.; ?:j.!-is 3 . Effective Jane 15, 1913. THE 1ESEEBH MBH4B 8:05 A. M. Dailjr Except Sunday^'for Baiiamore, Kanover, Tork and Intermediate Polnts. 10:35 A- M. Daily for Hagerstown, Wsynesooro, Chambersbarg,Han- cock, Cumberland, Elidrts zinc \'' -- . .). NOTICE ! will pay 65c per bushel for 1 r York and Intermediate!; DOtatOCS It Is not the Quantify of food thatj ° points brings results, bst tie qcaltly . 15:50 P- M. Daily for Baltimore, Han- J tO | Furniture Storage Warehouse -|-- - \\~OL ar^ prep TO 1 10 h-iui.c H sor s of bo Kc-IioVi -_o ^ f 2=' = rj! wea-y.e.1 :inotlit-r=l..ry r. . «-buii.-.m: v\tixh-Jves it= lots c-t room = trt li.in.He i '"^e at:-.o -:r i.f -j;uov!s. e.i h lor is ;.us n bt-y.i-a.:e -oom=. and f '" ^ V.-c-areui-i urefc.r^l to Oo t-H kind of packing -nchiaing v?aio= = "aloxiat: Pianos and Iio lo im.; a specialty. | ^ " CHARLES S. MUMPER Co. E . ; = - = it, 5!i:i5rjriU:ir,»llKH:iUiHi5IIiIHHi:n:I!HKi;HiKHin««lH:HH!lS5tnMsHliUsIHn.!:HHtli:UHlll...lH!!R- PARISIAN SAGE FOR THE HAIR If -roar hair is too dry--brittle--color- , TOO isnch scientific endersviile and Gardners Station, - Let the colt have shelter from storm,: bet lee Mm have aer-ess to pasture,! also. ! nelti also "Hagerstc*-ira, Waynes- ;;' boro', Chambersb^rp. Shippens-j ?· bero- and Haiicock^'itEsburgh and U. I ·-= °* ? ±-_ IT" . |O aii points "West. s _lthia--stringy--or falling out--use ~ business i :E Parisiaa. Sage--now--at once^ - j sense. = . It stops itching scalp, cleanses the nair j = of dust "and excessive o : Is, removes dasd- j Give = ra5 vritii one application, and makes the | fpgco. air, E hair doubly beautiful--soft--flugy-- \ s torms. -- pKn-tJa-t. Trv a 50c. bottle to-day. ! [ T:13 Xe-^ Oxford, Hanover, York. · In the hen i Baltimore and intermediate sta Just use commoa eierdsa not expose them to tifins- over. and Intermediate Point: row, but give K the beauty you desire. J aria TWO second hand Ford tonripgj., ' cars axd an Indian rco ' ' one of the at Siistaes made by streer--- advertiser^en Hvered to 1. S. Orner and Brother !';· of Areneitsviile and Bucher's Meat 1--{[· Store, BIglerville. a Ford tonripg v, T ^-» r inT"T"T t TC ,torcTdef9rsaIe.:f J. W. PETTIS £R York':. T Peoples Drug: Store- AT "THE HOME OF FIKE CLOTHES" This week we are two 3 ears old and in appreciation of your assistance in helping to make 'The Home of Fine Clothes " a success -,va are going to offer special bargains throughoTit this week. LADIES' DEPARTMENT | MEN'S DEPARTMENT In this department %ve are showing a line of Ladies, Misses j Young Men and Men. Here is your oppor- acd Junior suits and coats, that has never been equaled in this j tan j ty to ^ ZVQ money en your new suit cr pv- community. And r.ovr right at the beginning of the season, v. e of- ; ercoa t. The Fall and "Winter styles are here fer you any suit or coat in the store at 10 per cent reduction as | j n jjart. Schai'fncr Marx. AIco Kuppen- an Annivcrsarj" special. Waisti! Waists!! We are showing nearly 100 stjles ia Ladies' silk messaline waists and as Anniversary special we are oiTering them at a 10 per cent, reduction. All new :roods. heimer makes. AH of which are included in | oar 10 T2~ cent. Anniversary reduction. Meii y 3 ana Young Men's Separata --TROUSERS- ATI Immense line to choose frcm at a 10 per cent, reduction. Men's Hats Xew Fall stales in all the new shapes and Cther Big Mi-gains for this v.eck onlv in LADIES* AND 3II5SES DRESSES Kimonas. Flannelette Goods. See that Special Flannelette Skirt at 25 cents. cciGrings in Velours. Felt and fancy Cassi- meres. All through our store in every department you will find new Fall s-lxles. 3!any of which the prices have been cut on for this our Anniversary week. Very Special about 150 men's ~1 cent ties Anniversary sale price 33 cents. LANSGH i^HUBBARD AND 'WINTER STYLES For Sale Bij Eckert'sStore ·Oa il.e 5.:c.nrc" Just in a ne\v large line of Ladies", Men's and Children's sweaters at 71 :cc.- that are right. We thank xon one and all for helping make "The Home of Fine Clothes" a success by your patrora-e in the past two years. We hope you have found e\fcr\tM;:a purchased heie satisfactory. Ahvays remember our motto, that everything you buy r,r,-,i-,t :e ngnt, or vrcTviH make it ngnt. YOURS VERY TRULY, S A C H S HOME OF r !NE CLOTHES" Cleanliness Follows in the Path of Babbitt's Famous Cleaning Products Three generations have known Babbitt's products as family friends, \rhich have bngjit- ened households and lightened housework xor nearly eighty years. In the name of cleanliness and economy use: Babbitt's Cleanser . - Babbitt's Best Soap Babbitt's "1776" Soap Powder Bafobitfs Pure Lye or Potash SAVE BABBITT TRADEMARKS I Even- Bal.Wurjnoauct carries a i for valuable premiums-articles for ar. Send for new Babbitt premium cavalo s ue. B. T. BABBITT, Inc., New York City 1EWSP4PERS

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