The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 29, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Monday, September 29, 1913
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w ; v ,,.,,,, »..-Ji. , Our display 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. With. consid- : t . '* erable 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 tha you are at lib- erty 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 fall and winter coats and suits, and confirm for yourself the high standard of style and quality for which this make of women's clothing has become truly famous. G. W. Weaver Son If you are contemplating A WESTERN TRIP Take advantage of the LOW RATE COLONISTS FARES TO ALL POINTS WEST '{'-'- ' ri Effective. Sep». 24th-Qct. 9th. Via WESTERN MARYLAND LINES Consult local ticket agents. Private Sale The undersigned will sell at private sale, his situated two miles farm norih- ! «.vest of Orrtanna and tv.-o I miles south-west of Cash 1 town, in the apple belt, co;i| -aining seventy acres-45 acres ] clear; the balance in timber. G. A.MICKLEY, R. R. Orrtanti 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 Brothers, W. P."and 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 ov.-n 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 $25.00 Trousers from 1.00 to 4.50 Overcoats from 4.50 to 20.00 Raincoats from 3.75 to 15.00 The Fall styles of Ralston shoes, for men will prove a revela. tion to those who have never worn these wonderfully good slices,while hundreds of satisfied customers who have worn them will come in again O. H. LESTZ, Store Ot«?n Every Kveahiit. Green Travis: Corner .:u;in.- aiul'CariUIe Street. I will be in my room on the Square over "Stallsimth's Store" on second floor, every Wednesday afternoon from 12.30 to 8 o'clock, where I will do filling, or I will call on you in your home, at j-our convenience, on any Thursday, upon rc-ct'i[t of po?c carL " Piease call arul see the SpsreHa corsets and corset atcossories- - The sheep *s a close gleaner ·nritn] chickens, out doa'c feed more ihsc-. · facultv a* gaining his subsistence j they will eat tip clean. firoia grains and herbage that isroulfl " -otherwise be lost, ' One of the greatest advantages o! -- alfalfa as a hog pasture is the fact Ts o parts middlings and. one part i that it affords a fresh growth thrcngh- ctrrn meal maky a ^ooji .ration _fqr j out the pasturing season. "i ttiougac JLJOstos. ·was sucii a, literary town." "Have trouble wmle yoti "were there?" "Had hard -work finding a book store, and v.-hea I found out they cllda't have a bartender's guide." GETTYSBURG MARKETS Prices ac the GetLvsbtirH warehouse corrected dailT by C- Milton "Wolf, Jr.. Successor to J. Geo. Wolfs Sons Co. Per Bn New Dry Wheat XewEar Corn Rve GUIS 1 Fertilizer = Lime = Coal 13 i 1 .S3 .00 .-i-5 RETAIL FRIGES Backer Dairy Ft-fe-I" Per 100- .£1 35 i palming Implements il t ^ B -. ·*-- * -- - - - - - -w - ^ 1^.$ Coarse irprin"-: Draa 1.3? J _ C. MYERS. Xe-.v Cxfor.]. Pa- CrfrnVr'To^L C h - V - - " " - - - - - - - - - ^ 11 Spireiis CorsoLC- rf. i Sho-Misker Stock Fwi 1-45 | ® - While MUMIhtiH l-6c ·; p :Ked MitiJlings 1.53ig r» * 1 "'Y/L 1 i Timothy II-AJ **"! omger ana WneeieriRyechop-- .-.i./ois __,., I B^lfcd. Straw Wilson ' 1laFWr ^ -50 p6C --·· : SEWIHO MACHINES FORSALE^Y B. D. SNYDER Aspers Milling and Produce Co. Apers, Pa. i 1 Ei Ceiueai Fionr Western Flour per bblJ i ·__, --- · i'er bbl. 6-00 ! Per hn ! 1-00- Shelled Corn Ear Com Hjuover Street. Getnsbnrjr. Pennea J i£ OILand Xeedles". , i .'JO -50 i Oats SPECIAL at the BOOK STORE WHILE IT LASTri: ANNIYER AT THE HOME OF FIE CLOTHES" This week we are two years old and In appreciation of your assistance In helping: to make "The Home of Fine Clothes/' a success we are going to offer special bargains throughout this week. . _ LADIES' DEPARTMENT ~ In this department we are showing a line of Ladies. Misses and Junior suits and coats, that has never been equaled In this community- And now right at the beginning of the season, we of 1 fer 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 spe- "ctal we are offering them at a 10 per cent, reduction. All new sroods. -ME1SPS-DEPARTMENT- Young Men and Men. Here Is your opportunity to save money "on your new suit or overcoat. The Fall and Winter st3-les are here In Hart, Schaffner Marx. AIco 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 week onlv In bargains for this LADIES* AND MISSES DRESSES Kimonas, Flannelette Goods. See that Special Flannelette Skirt at 25 cents. Men's Hats New Fali styles In all the new shapes and colorings In Velours. Felt and fancx* Cassi- meres. All through our store In ever:*" department you will find new Fall styles. Many of which the prices have been cut on for this our Annlversarv week. Very Special about loO men's 50 cent ties | Anniversary sale price 39 cents. -Just In a new large line of Ladies 5 , Mer.'s and Children's sweaters at prices that are right. We thank von one and all for helping make "The Home of Fine Clothe s" a success by your patronage in the past two vears. We hope vcu have found everything purchased here satisfactory. Always remember our motto, that everything- you b;i must be right, or we will make it right. YOURS VERY TRULY, " ! F U X K H O U S E R S A C H S WHITING'S 25c WRITING PAPER AT ..... 19c. TOILET ARTICLES AT REDUCED PRICES | :j j \Ye liave nja'Ie ;:;any iiiiproveiiieiils and eniariS^I our stock OJ COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. * ·J~V-*I*J? i- PUBLJC SALE OF ONE CAR LOAD OF Fine W. Va. Horses IN ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, On Wednesnay, Oct. 1st, 1913 I will sell them^forTBnr TTarnerlinil^(lirect From \V' TTrgniia. They range in ajK from 0 to G years an'l Mr. "\Vamer v.-rifcs that ibis is the bfr-'t joa-1 he ha? ever sli!p:ed up to Abbotfctov.ii. Goo-1 ;raft horse ana fine dilvers. The xir.d thit groiv in value an.l demand tlse i^st prices after "receiving s. Htile an.-ful attention. They 'are the ri/nc kind and persons in need of iortes will co well to attend this =aie. Keiaeaiber the date. Sale to becia promptly at 1 O'C'IOCK p. m_. rain or shiae. F. K. HAFER HATS CAPS FALL WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, Store open until S p. tn. PUBLIC SALE Of Lumber. Slab and Cord Wood !~ Effective June 15, 1913. "THE HOME OF CLOTHES" ! On FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1913 - _^ On the Philip Hoack farm one itssle ! 1 East of Gettysburg the folio-wing: 70 I 1 cords slab -vcod sa-nred Irs 12 Inch I lengths, oak arsd hickory, 10,000 it. of icfr-fall lumber, boards and scantling-, i oO acres tree tops, chips, chucks, j satvdust. j Sale to begin at one o'clock p. m. i j sharp- A credit of three months Trill | I be given to ail purchasers giving their i i notes -with approved security. All sums i ]under 85 cash. Positively "no lumber! !"to be removed until sale'is over. j H. A. MYERS. I · J. 31. Caldwell. Auctioneer. ! j P. A. Miller, Clerk. i m i WANTED: man to help catcher, 1 I must come well recommended. Good' wages to right party. Apply at Times i Office.--advertisement 8:05 A. M. Daily Except Sunday for Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. 10:35 A. M. Daily for Hagerstown, Waynesboro,* · Chambersborg.Han- cock, Cumberland, Eiklns and Points West. 12:55 P. M. for York and Intermediate 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, - Chambersbarg, Shippens- faurg and Hancock,Pittsburgh and all points West. Sunday Only. 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, Baltimore and intermediate stations, over, and Intermediate Points. JEWS PA PER I

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