The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 27, 1913 · Page 2
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, September 27, 1913
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A practical tailored suit with distinctive style features. For the active woman we recommend- this Wooltex;Suits It has graceful style lines, as shown by ? the smart cut of the jacket and the panels at the bottom of the skirt which adds to its beauty. It was one of the four suis selected by the makers of Wooltex to illustrate Wool- tex crarments in the Wooltex national ad- C? vertislng, which is an assurance that it is representative of the high standards of style and quality so thoroughly identified with every garment bearing the Wooltex label. It is sold by us as advertised at the remarkably moderate price of $25.£ Made in a variety of serges and wide wale diagonals. Executors Sale ' - - - of Valuable Real Estate On* Saturday, Sept. 27th, *13 Sale a dec'd, on Trtreekenridge ttreet. in thel borough of Gettysburg, - HOUSE and LOT I situate on the South side of Breckeuridge street, in- the" borougli of Gettysburg, ' fronting 30 feefthereoa, improved ivsth a n\o-ssory - " *__ \^ Brick Dwelling House i \\Ith a ovo-strov Back Building:, frazae i Out buildinw, gc« I Wei! of Water, ere. \ \ This property Is desirably siicated tssd j I wil! ifl^ke a UIOSE i-ukable houie. It has \ 1 urivaie alley entraiict- froii street aud tor- I ! tends Soath to a public alley ia the war.' j Sale will bexis ac 1 o'clock, P. M. i \\hen terms will be susiie known bv. ! JACOB A. STOCK, '*. Executor of Jacob Stock | GETTYSBURG MARKETS \ Prices at the Gettysburg A* arehcuse ' cor- i retted daily bv C- MiitonAVolf, Jr., Si:c- j to J. Geo. \VolPs Sous Co. j Per Bu New Drv AVheat ' t; v ^ j. J/ijvi !|oiraV".".".-..".." -3-3J ^ '[' RETAIL PRICES { ^ I PcrKOj AS S Badger Dairy Feed- S1-35J '-W*! Coarse Spring Brail l.3-~t (fip. \ tlaud Packed Bran 1-40 ' "~ i Corn and Oats Chop 1--J-- The Man or Young Man who is About to Buy his Fall Clothing. SHOULD KNOW THAT .«. ,,-. -fh:s the eleventh Fall and Winter season we have announced our readiness to supply the men and young men of Gettysburg and. -vicinity with ourihree great brands of clothing, Schloss Brothers, W. P. a'nd the L. and L. clothes. That during this stretch of years we have met all sorts of corn- petition and have not only held our o«.vn but have forged rapidly ahead. That everv 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 revela. tion to those who have never worn these wonderfully good shoes,while hundreds of satisfied customers who have worn them will come in again O. H. LESTZ, Stole O;en Kvt-ry Evening. Coriier Sqnarv t'.sui Carlisle- tftruvt- 1 Shoemaker Stock Food ._... 1.4-~ | (f^.^ | While Middlinss 1-C5 \ ^gg ;iie«i Middling .1.50 | ^* I -Tisuoihv H*y i Rye Chop yo by T!c H. BiKfc Co. -fiO, 55 ; Blaster 5"-50 per ton.; · ·Cement Sl.40 per bbl!« Sf i Per i)bi. · p 1 Floor fi-SO; · i Western Floor 6.CO| g Per 1-.1 S j Shelled Corn I Ear Cora S\e-.v.Oats " - = SPE.CIAL = BARGAIN = SALE | Will be continued to and including jj»~ Saturday, September 27 A 50 Oats Weaver Son 5. B- Bushman i Cleaned « i" ?c · and We have received our com- plete line of FALL and WINTER SHOES for men, ladies', misses and children. Crossetts for men. Radcliffes for v.-omen. S I FOR SALE: several CJH«V.V, Building'_ ' lots fronting: on South street. Apply j George P- Black. --advertisement THOMAS BROTHERS, I V ^L. · O^ ^ I ¥ -*' ·. :«s»:»s»:-:»s»x»^»^:3S»i»H«3:»^:»x»s«2»*-^s»K«K«.^»^ ANNIYERS AT "THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES" This week we are two years old and In appreciation of your assistance in helping to make "The Home o offer special bargains throughourthis v,-eek. ^^^^^ JJ .^_^^^^^^ -- ^·^·^··c^aj-TM MEN'S DEPARTMENT Clothes/* a success we are going to LADIES' .DEPARTMENT In this department we are showing a line of Ladies, Misses and Junior suits and coats, that has never heen equaled in this community. And now right at the beginning of the season, we offer you 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 special we are offering them at a 10 per cent, reduction. All new goods. Young Men and Men. Here is your opportunity to save money on your new suit or overcoat. The Fall and Winter styles are here ?n Hurt, Schaffner Marx. Ako 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 per cent, reduction. Other Big bargains for this week only in IP !W \\m\m Men's Hats New Fall styles in all the new shapes and colorings in Velours. Felt and fancy Cassi- meres. LADIES' AND MISSES DRESSES j Kimonas. Flannelette Goods. See j that Special Flannelette Skirt at j 25 cents. All through our store in every department you will find new Fall styles. Many of which the prices have been cut on for this our Anniversary week. Very Special about 150 men's 50 cent ties Anniversary sale price 39 cents. K n e of Ladies', Men's and Children's sweaters at prices .that are right. he Home of Fine Clothe s" a success by your patronage in the past two years. We hope you have w^f^member our motto, that everything you buy must be right or we will make ,t nght. YOURS VERY TRULY. F U N K H O U S E R S A C H S ·^ ^"^ "THT^ HOME OF ?1NE CLOTHES" . . · PUBLIC SALE Two carloads of heifers, steers an bulls will be sold at Bendersville, Pa. Saturday September 27 at 2 pm. x These cattle are HdlsteTn bred, are large and in good condition. ·* *-^ ^*? E. G. Ross HATS CAPS FALL AXD WINTER Shoes Rubbers G. B. KITZMILLER, store open nntu S p. PUBLIC SALE __ Oi Lumber, Slab and Cord v. ood On FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1913. On the Philsp Houck farm one mile East of Gettysburg *he following: 0 cords slab -.vood sawea In " 22 inch lengths, oak and hickory. 10.000 ft- of ofi-fall lumber,' boards and_ "scantling. oO acres uncut tree tops, chips, chucks. sa"wdust- Sale to begin at one o'clock p. m. sharp. A credit of'three months will be given to all purchasers giving their notes with approved security. All sums under So .cash. Positively no lumber to be removed until sale is over. H. A. TuYERS. J. M. Caldwell. Auctioneer. P. A. Miller, Clerk. Effective June 15, 1913. WANTED: mairto help outcher, must come well recqrnmended. Good wages to right party. Apply at Times Office.--advertisement 8:05 A. iL Dafly Except Stmday for Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate" Points. 10:35 A. 3L Daily for Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg,Hancock, Cumberland, EHans and Points West. 12:55 P. M. fpr York *nd Intenaediate Points 5:50 P- M- Daily for Baltimore, Han- 6:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg, Shippens- bnrg and Hancock.Pittsburgh and all points West. Sunday Only. 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, '. ^Baltimore and interniediate station*. over, and Intermediate Points, NEWSPAPER!

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