The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 30, 1913 · Page 2
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September 30, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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One of the most stylish suits shown by us this Fall is a Wooltex tailored suit The style value of a dinner gown, evening wrap or reception dress, depends largely upon thej trimmings --embroideries, laces, - and the like-used as embellishments. And yet costumes of this type -possess relatively no greater style value than does a cleverly "designed, severely simple tailored street costume. The makes of Wooltex coats and - sui s a-e masters in the art of producing stylish tailored garments, but they know, too, that if the style features are to, be retained in a garment during its life of service, the tailoring must be superlatively good. ' Knowing this, they employ only the most skilled and able craftsmen to carry out the idea of the great Wooltex Style Bureau--with its branch in Paris, directed by Mine. Savarie. G. W. Weaver Son DEFINITION OF TRUE FRIEND Trip's Alliance of the Three Great Powers, Love, Sympathy and Help -- Other Versions. ~" Each player, is then allowed to ask. a. question, the question and answers being something like the following: "Is it mining -water?" "No, lt% not a brook." "Is it-something belonging to a shepherdess?" "Ko, it's not a crook." "Is it the name of something upon ·which we hang our clothes?" "No, it's not a hook." . "Is it a cozy corner?" "Ko, it's not a nook." "Is it used in school?* "Yes, it is a book." 1 = ·' ytrslt:"!3irTicH E^t Co. The first person who comes in wb. the whole v.-orld has gone out. A bank of credit on -.\hicli we caa draw supplies 'of confidence, counsel, svnjpathy, help and lo^ e. One who combines for you alike the pi;asures and beneats o£ society and solitude. A ;ewel -whose luster the strong acids of poverty and misfortune cannot disx One who multiplies joys, divine griefs, and whose honesty Is inviolable. One who loves the truth and you and Tiill tell the truth in spite of vou. The triple alliance of the three great pov.-ers. Love, Sjmpathy and Help. A watch which beats true for ail time and never runs down. A permanent fortification when one's affairs are in a state ot siege, One who to himself is true, and therefore mast be so to you. i A balancing pole to him who walks i across the tight rope of life. 1 The link in lire's long chain that bears the greatest strain. ; A harbor o£ refuge from the stormy T.avcs of adversity. j Oue who considers my need before ray deservings. The jewel that shines brightest in 1 the darkness. j A stimulant to the nobler side of ; curvature. ! A volume of sympathy hound in 1 c'-oth. | A diamond in the ring of acquaint- j ance. A star of hope in ihe cloud of adver- ; sity. PUZZLE OF SANDWICH MEN One Must Devote Time to Study V.'hat Js Supposed to Be" Advertised In the Signs. Thes-a sand-Aich men are all mixed up. Can you put their signs in the Schloss-Baltimore CLOTHES In the new Fall Styles for Men and Young Men, are no\v ready for your inspection at our store. Beautiful style-creations in the new season's best woolens,, in l ,," ·* * *. perfect-ficttng garments;,'feacly-to-\v oar. The Clothes Beautiful Sandwich Men Puzzle. Designed and tailored by Schloss Bros. Co. of Bal- "* tlmore and New York, are the finest and most attractive garments that money can buy. Boys' Clothing Largest assortment and best values throughout the O -£ length and breadth of Adams County right order so as to show \\hat they are supposed to advertise? When properly arranged the signs of the sandwich men read as follov.-s: "Bis Show Tonight." INDOOR GAME FOR CHILDREN Rhymingights Is Easily Understood and Affords Opportunity for Thinking Faculties. About Finger Nails. A white mark on the nail bespeaks misfortune. Pale or lead colored nails indicate melancholy people. People with narrow nails are ambitious and quarrelsome. Broad nails indicate a gentle, timid, and bashful nature. v Lovers of knowledge and liberal sentiment have round nails. Small nails indicate littleness .of mind, obstinacy, and conceit. Choleric, martial men. delighting in war, have red and spotted nails. People with very pale nails are subject to much infirmity of the nesh, and uersecution by neighbors and friends. WOMEN'S SHOES I From $1.25 to $4 oo |E | SWEATERS _ j § For Men and Boys 50 cents to $7.00 1 | Underv/ear j § For everybody in cotton, v.-t ol, ih-cce lined and ail | weights. O. H. Lestz The time to put your system of farm management into active operation is at hand. Do not hesitate to work it otrtTthrough the entire season- It is well to work rp from a few gopd_cp;ws_to_inaar- y-lien the cay for es _-ou v. ulTknow handle them--and how to get them. The time is upon us when wide- awake farmers will demand, not only pure seeds, "but seeos that are higaly improved in the quality of Escaped Tn the Night- Chautfeur--The fourth cylinder is; missing, sir. 1 Nouveau-Riche--Beats all how them \ things get a^ay, Henri. Better put' padlocks on 'em.--Jack-o'-Lantera. j Rhyming lights is an excellent game, besides being so simple that it can be understood by even the smallest children, it exercises the thinking faculties of all. One or the players thinks of a word -Rhich must be guessed by the others; and in order to help them discover the word she tells them the name of the word that rhymes with it. For instance, we will suppose that "book" is the -sore! thought of; the leader or player -sho tlrsks or the -word tells the. others. thit_'Xrhj;me_;_-st] An Explanation. Schoolma'ain--Now. I wast all the children to look at Tommy's hands and observe how clean they are and see if all of you cannot come to school with cleaner hands Tommy, perhaps, -Kill tell us iiow he keeps them so nice. Tommy--Yes'm. 3Ia makes me wash the breakfast dishes every morning.-Puck. Some of the causes of roup are sud den and extreme changes in tempera ture, damp houses acd crafts. DONT AVe glv« 3 A. H Ur.-e:i Tr.tihi;r Staiap* Cor. Square and Carlisle St. Gettysburg, Pa. s Fertilizer = Lime - Coal i palming Implements f-- ^ ^___ 1 Aspers Milling and Produce Co. ia ·2 rz Apers, Pa. jgSJPi ""F-SaT^SHSSS S..Sa.iA.jsJr. ^ja PUBLIC SALE OF OXE CAR LOAD OF Fine W. Va. Horses ABBOTTSTOWX, PA, TO VISIT 'The Home o lothes' ON Farmers' Day »* Prizes: Funkhouser and Sachs, for the best cake baked outside of Gettysburg, a $10.00 set of furs: for the best cake baked in Gettysburg, a $70.00 set of furs; for the three largest Irish potatoes, $5 00 coat sweater; for three largest ears of corn, $3.00 hat; for the boy bringing in a cage with largest number of live rits $2.50 coat sweater. Contestants for the last prize must agree to remove their ··exhibits"' FUNKHOUSER SACHS "The Home of Fine Clothes' :n t:at Fr.ice. On Wednesnay, Oct. 1st, 1913 I xriii -ell ii'.ecn forC I.- \Varn«r J.K'! they tonie i;:rccc from W- Virginia, fhey ranis in j.x from :J to « years and ?fr. V.'arnc-r vi rlros mat, this i= the foes; oad he Iifc c.er =i:ii.;»eu r.p to Abbo:L=:o\va. GWl draft horse and fine drivers Che Kind that crow 311 ^alue an«J 'Teii.an-: the IAST tr'res after receivinjr a Httlc sinjfui attention. TJ!sy «'-r« the n^h; k.r,". .ia-1 pjr-oa^ ::; ncoi o: .'!"r=e- .xill do -well to :.tt-sP.-I this-sa'.e. K.:izfB-.h, r rh-* tL«.i. _ trin proff.oilv at j o'cloc-: p. m., r.dT or «n:ne. F. K. HAFER lr HATS CAPS FALL I WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, i S.ore open uniil S i. i«. L. For Sale Steers and Heifers, I have on hand at Gettysburg andMcKnightstown 125 head of (good well "bred-steers. Weigh from 650 to 750 Ibs.--AIso 50 heifers, weigh from 600 to 700 Ibs. The heifers are good stock, well bred Virginia cattle and have good order on them. CALVIN T. LOWER - Hotel Gettysburg and McKnightstown

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