The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 26, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Friday, September 26, 1913
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Our splay of Suits Coats is to help you solve the difficult problem of what to wear Months of our best thought have been given to assembling a complete and authoritative showing-of-modish apparel. ~Wilh_ considerable satisfaction we invite you to come here believing that there is much here that *»j will be really helpful to you in selection of your own apparel. And please understand that you are at liberty to inspect, to your fullest desire, any article displayed without incurring the slightest obligation to buy. You can see and try on here many beautiful Wooltex models in fail and winter coats and suit', and confirm for yourself the high standard of style and quality for which this make of women's clothing has become truly famous. MOUNTAIN LION STEALS FISH Four Anglers Spend Weird Night In California and Lose Their Breakfast. i Redlands, CaL--To catcb a fine ! mess of mountain irout and then j have a mountain Hoa take it is no ! fun, according to A. H Holgate, Gj Huizing, G. Gardener and X. Soager. i who have jost j-etaracd from a fish! ing trip to-upper- Bear creek. - , ' 1 The aagleis tcaugbz a fine mess of i trout and oalyjistd £=Jf.°* lfce:rl for^ j*tfae eveciSgHsSeai. Jt:se before they | -went to tleep the:- heard a noise on j_xli8,rockjalove,,thj:a, acC an jnvesti- 'fsatSoa revealeVa b.g wildcat slinlnng | off yi the mooaiigh:. j Fearful that the a-imal uould come 1 back after me trout they hcrg theirs j on two upright pc!cs :s the ground 1 j About midnight they were av.-afeered ! ov tie roaring of a jrounmin lies ; ; tfiat seemed to be almost on ;cp of » them. One of the :nex ·» as bra^ e 1 '-enough 10 move toward ihe souaC, I · but the Serce rearing; of the Hen j m 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.rsadiaess to*s«pply ihe men and young men of Gettysburg and- vicinity with our three great brands of clothing, Schloss- Brothers, W. j^ap.d_the L. and L. clothes. ~" That during this stretch of years \ve have met all sorts of ^coxn- pethion and have not only held our own but have forged rapidly ahead. That every garment sold by O. H. Lestz is up to the last tick clock in style and guaranteed for satisfactory service- when they went to look for their i breakfast of rroac tie found it gene, ' EMPTY PISTOL A\^ES THIEVES I ! 'Ik Gir! Lets Them Run Away After Her Dog Whips Theirs an an Exc.t- ing Fight. c.f ihe 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 revehu tion to ihose who have never worn these wonderfully good sho -s, while hundreds of satisfied customers who have worn them will come in agiin Weaver Son do***' [nit* Idlfi lkirt» Kittannlpg. Pa--V."th 2:1 un!o»dee revolver. Miss EsieiiJi Smith, ssx-eea years old.'of "Waikthalk. ae^r here, held up two burglars at four o'clock in the lecrniag in the home of her :a- il'er. H C. Smith. Daring the e-ci;e- meEt a dog which aeecmpas.etl tae burglars mii.ed iit u:ib. s. v. ire-haired irssli terrier oelcusias to ?iiss Sin.lh \\ hen her dog ii=d \vc--. M^ss Smirh so elated at t ! ~e victory, ^at! impatient because she ccultl net arouse her lather that she told the Lsiiglars to make themselves scarce and take their whipped c-ur vrith i^em. Daring the Sght bet-veen the cogs, iliss Smith becarae so excited by the success of her dog tliat she carelessly fiosirished the reioHer :a Llie facG of the cowed men. whereupon they begged her to put the gun down When she told them to so tfepy gladly ran av.-ay. . O. H. LESTZ, tore iiji: livery Evening, tad C ir3 ; »U.- ?t.iti'j---. Q j -^ * ^·^·:-»K«^«s;«2:»"«K«rt»5-»K«:-'*x»5-:*x«;=-»K«^«5c»x«x»z5. OUR.- SPE.CIAL = BARGAIN - SALE | Will be continued to and including *" » FR1T21 SCHEFF A BANKRUPT j Noted Actress Files Petition in Nev.- : g j York--Liaoiittias 5150.GCO-- =^ i Assets 575.CCO. * t th - s date 'ast season early cab- j It Is reported tlwt great numbers of It Is prices- sons Tr selling ct. ierv low prices comrianding excellent The average for the t-nro sea ll be Qnue satisfactory. Gar ESUillG 5.C. horses in Europe haie been successfully vaccinated against glanders. Sheep cannot eat silage in as proport.cnate quantity as Co cattle, though no one seems to know \rhy i Hovever. they do TI ell on it. and i t ' York.--Frltzi ScheE of foot- I light fame filed a -vGliiaiarypeuuoa in i bonkrupto here. She oi-es appro-n- | raaie-r $150.000 Her assets. laciud great j , ng rea i e =tate at Hig Srcse Gap. Va., hone cf her former cusbaad, John. Fox, Jr., r.sveiisr."are -tsted at $75,000. jread on the fields novr it should oe S o-o c f each crop iron -.ear to yea- { placed under cover to preserve it till ~ i fall. If the stable manure cannot all be sav^s. a great deal of hay and other ! O feed. Saturday, September 27 We have received our com- plete line of FALL and WINTER SHOES for men. ladies', misses and children. C- ossetts foritiea. Radcliffes for \voinen. THOMAS BROTHERS, ; _ Bigleivilie, Pa. -·-e^-»^"»^»£»^*^-*^* s *"* %:£ ' : ~ c: ^ OK ^ \ I · I " fC I -· ; E^S: .«rC»r'»:-4i I T* y »V*!~ V" SU PUBLIC SALE ! * ii i o AT "THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES" This week we are two years old and in appreciation of jour assistance in helping to make -The Home of Fine Clothes," a success we are going to offer special bargains throughout this \* eek. LADIES' DEPARTMENT In this department we are showing a line of Ladles, Misses and Junior suits and coats, that has never been equaled in this community. And now right at the beginning of the season, we offer jou any suit or coat In the store at 10 per cent reduction as an Anniversary special- Waists! Waists!! We are showing nearly 100 styles in Ladies" silk messaline waists and as Anniversary spe- 1 cial we are offering them at a 10 per cent, reduction. All new goods. 9E -x I MEN'S DEPARTMENl Young Men and Men. Here is 3 our opportunity to save money on your new suit or overcoat. The Fall and Winter stales are here in Hart, Schaffner Marx, Alco Kuppen- heimer makes*. All of which are included in our 10 per cent. Anniversary reduction. Men's and Young Men's Separate --TROUSERS-An Immense line to choose from at a 10 er cent. reduction- Other Big bargains for this week only In LADIES'AND MISSES DRESSES Kimonas, Flannelette Goods. See ihat Special Flannelette Skirt at 25 cents. Men's Hats New Fall stales in all the new shapes and colorings in Velours. Felt and fancy Cassi- meres. Two carloads of heifers, steers an bulls will be sold at Bendersville, Pa. Iji Saturday September27 i i ^ [j! at 2 pm. -These -cattle are_ Holstem bred, are large and in good condition. E, G. Ross HATS CAPS =Tl FALL · r'^%4* All through our store IP. eery depart- J;. ;' jjli\gf mcnt vou will find new Fall styles. Many of JE.*. / jl/f./l . jg?-.^ » -f;iiiTi -fthich ihe prices have been cut or, for this our Anniversary v,-eek- 1 Very Special about 150 men's 50 cent ties I Anniversary sale price 39 cents. ! ' §1 WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, Store open yntil S p. w- PUBLIC SALE } Effective June 15, 1913. Of Lumber. Slab and Cord Wood jvrn} WOC'TODlf IT * DTI SUH |! On-FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3.. 1913. } i£ju nuOliiiUl J3Uiii.lli£LflJJ On the Philip irouck farr:i one mile · g : Q5 A. M. Dafly Except Stsnday for Just in a r,e\v large line of Ladles".'Men's and Children's sweaters at prices tliat are right. \V- t»-nk %G' 3 one and all fo- helping make "The Home of Fine Clothe s" a success by jour patronage in the past two years. \Ve hope oa have found everShins^ purchased he?e satisfactory. Always remember our motto, that everything you bu r.r^t be nght, or we will make ,t right. YOURS VERY TRULY, F U N K H O U S E R S A C H S THE HOME OF ? INE CLOTHES" Isax-vdcst. O^ltJ L _ _ sharo. A credit of three niontns vnll | be given to ail purchasers giving 1 their 5 notes with approved security. All sums j under S5 cash. Positively no lumber I "to be rem v oved until sale is over. j H. A. MYERS. ·J. "M. Caldwell. Auctioneer. P. A. Miller. Clerk. STORE \varfced in Gettysburg -with living rooms. Will lease for term of years. Central location. State particulars. Address S, Williams 2fi33-fitli Ave.. Troy, X. Y.--advertisement .,, _._ Hagerstown, ^*~, Chambersburg.Han- Cumberlaad, Elkins and 12:55 P. M. for York »nd Intermediate Points 5:50 P. H. Daily for Baltimore, Hais- 16:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg, Shippensburg and Hancock,Pittsburgh and all points West. Sunday Only- 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, Baltimore and intermediate station*, over, and Intermediate Point3.

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