The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 1, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, October 1, 1913
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Y OU can see here the most advanced style ideas in fabrics, coloring, draping and embellishments. This season there is a prononnced tendency toward more freedom in the lines of coats 'and suits. Coat sleeves are larger, the skirts somewhat fuller than in recent years. This new note is splendidly expressed in our showing of Wooltex the highest type coats and suits for women There is a great range of choice of materials, many of the smartest styles being made up in smooth finished cloths, while others of equal sytle value have been made in rough finished fabrics. The materials include: all the newest Weaves and Colors. Great variety in color effects marks ^the season's display. You can make your choice of a Wool- tex suit or coat--with the certainty that the style is correct in any of these colorings. Patch pockets and belted effects add much to the charm of many models. c " . W. Weaver Son rzzz 1ST? by T=c H. · DONT TO VISIT GETTYSBURG MARKETS Prices at the Gettysburg -warehouse corrected daily by C. iiiltbn Wolf, Jr., Successor to J. Geo. WolFs Sons Co. PerBn Xew Dry Wheat .............. *» 1 JS'ewEar GOTO. 00 Oats -° SETAIL PRICES Fer 100 Badger Dairy Feed} ~....U-35 Coarse Spring Bran !-·- Hand Packed Bran 1-40 Corn and Oats Shoemaker Stock White Middlings Red Middlings 1-50 Schloss - Baltimore CLOTHES In the new Fall Styles for Men and Young Men, are now ready for your inspection at our store. Beautiful style-ereations'tn the 'ne\v season's best woolens, in perfect-fitting garments, ready-to-wear. I..0 ·'] = Kye Chop Baled Straw piaster ................... §7.50 per ion. \ i ................ ?1.40 per bbO Per 1101. F.our ................ 6-00 Ferbu The Clothes Beautiful Wheat Shelled Corn Ear Corn i \ewOats ___ i \V-s- n Oats.' * Designed and tailored by Schloss Bros, Co. of Balf * timore and Nexv York, are the finest and most attractive garments that money can buy. Boys' Clothing { Effective Jane 15, 1913. ! {ITTP TPncwipnij WAB7T A^jn PATT2?iY | ifiv Whaihafl MKliiMil nAlUflii! 18:05 A. M. Daily Except Sunday for j Baltimore, iianover, York and In- ! termediate Points. j 10:35 A. M. Daily for Hagersiown, · Wavnesboro, Chambersburg.Han- « cock, Cumberland, Ellans and \ Point" West. 12:55 P. ii. for York and Intermediate ! Points J5:50 P- 51. Dauy for Baltimore, Han- 15:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B i and H. Division Points to High- Seld, also Hsgerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersborg 1 , Shippens- berg and Hancock,Pittsburgh and ail points West. Sunday Only. 11 7:13 New Oxford. Hanover, Tort. Baltimore and intemiediate sta tionm. over, and Intermediate Points. ii Largrest assortment and best values throughout the j o length and breadth of Adams County £ J WOMEN'S SHOES From $1.25 to $4 oo SWEATERS For Men and BoT's 50 cents to $7.00 Underwear For everybody in cotton, v.- ol, il - cce lined and all weights. O. H. Lestz AVe j:ive S 11 Green Trailing Stamps Cor. Square and Carlisle St. Gettysburg, Pa. PUBLIC SALE Of Lumber. Slab and Cord Wood On FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3,1913- On the Phiiia Houck farm one mile East of Gettysburg the follovnng: 70 cores slab -v.-ood sawed in 12 inch · lengths, oak and hickory, 10.000 ft. oi · off-fall lumber, boards and scantling- i 50 acres uncat tree tops, chips, chucks i sav.dust. \ Sale to begin at one o'clock p. in sharp. A credit of three months Tvi!« j be given to all purchasers giving- their ! notes vain approved security. All sums | under S5 cash. Positively no lumber 1 to be removed until sale is over. ! H. A. jIYSES. i J. M. CaMvrell- Avctioreer. jP.A-Xiller. Cieri. i ' ~ i- TWO second hand Ford touring i cars and an Indian motorcycle for sale. Central Auto Company, ^6 York · street.--advertisenent j ...Social... oci Bender's Luthern Church "\Viil hold a i-ccS.ii ar the hose oi 3Irs I-ouIs Cowers." at T.ible R«x:fc. on Thursday Evening, Oct. 2 Chicken Soup, Luncheon and Refreshments All are cordially invited. PUBLIC SALE OF OXE CAR LOAD OF ' Fine W. Va. Horses IN 7 ABBOTTSTOWN, PA. Wedaesnay, Oct. 1st, 191B x Kn-.^L them '.or D. JL. M'arner and nay t-ome direct from W- Virginia. Xcev ran^e iaase from 3 lo G jears and Mr. V.'arner v.rites that this i= the best load'he has shipped np to Abhottstoira. Good nraft horie and fine 'Irisers. The si.-.d ihacjrrov, m lal^e anI demand the !est prices after rtte:.Sn:: a little -.r-.fni -if-^nr;,-,-- Ti'«r an» vis r, '\\t kl.i'I p^rso'is in reel oi horses ^c*i^lttl iL-Vii*l.!.V *· -*.»· j «*«.-, « ···-* « *!·+ " i a v.ell to auma this sa'e. ItPniemSjer ti-e dace. c 'le to r-c^a praipilv sl-I o"clo-_K p. m. T r«5:i-Ji- =ls:ne -- -F. K. HAFER , The Home ine Clothes' 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 $10.QO set of furs; for the three largest Irish potatoes, $5 00 coat sweater; for three largest ears of com, $3.00 hat: for the boy bringing in a ca^with largest number of live rats $2.50 coat sweater. Contestants for the last prize must agree to remove their ··exhibits" HATS CAPS FALL WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, Store open ijnt:l b p. m. 'The Home of Fine Clothes' D .t a i T 11 fi ~1 The cattle I advertised last week for sale, were all sold except 19 Httle heifers, weighingjrom 500^10 ^ | 650 pounds, well bred, good order,* fine as silk. It ;: pa.y to buy this kind. " _ I have on hand now at \Settysourg, eight loads ff of cattle I received September 2 9 th. I have four | loads of light steers, weigh 600 to 750 pounds. Also ' four loads of Virginia cattle. Steers weigh from Soo to IOGO pounds, Extra good cattle--come to see me, and you can jjr;t what will please you. Both phones. Hotel Ge'tys- btir ' and McKnightstown. CALVIN T. LOWER K«**««K)**»*KW^X'CW 1EWSP4PERS NE WSPAPER IV

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