The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 2, 1913 · Page 2
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October 2, 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 the ^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 ostume. kes of Wooltex coats and the art of producing ~".~T~^ ~L- - .GETTYSBURG MARKETS Medical advertising- Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse cor- HinilSH TO KEEP CORNS reeled daily by C-Milton Wolf, Jr., Suo- rULLUn U nttr u " n "* ,_ ce^or to J. Geo. Wolfs Sons Co. Putnam s Extractor Removes tm - Per£u wav 10 extract a corn like painting *v ew Dry Wheat ....... " ....... So *' servic The mai suits are masters in stylish tailored garments, but they know, too, that if the style features are to r be retained in a garment during its life of the tailoring must be superlatively good. Knowing this, .they employ cnly 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 cn Putnasi*.s Com Ex- j ^ewEar Corn- tracror; k"s the surefctjBye. Com Doctor exer known j np " _ f " J^ EEIAIL PRICES Oats .150 .45 Mii-j Badger Dairy Feed" 1 k ave { Coarse Spring Bran r-om ! Hand Packed Bran "^'- C° rn s*" 1 Oats Cb °P - ! Shoemaker Stock Food LiH remove \o-.:r corns, vi artsj \vhite Middlings :.-e? Sola Sn 2-5c- botrles and; Rei 3liddiings · People's I TimGiby Hay Uvss; i: will ! a:v; eidio' reeomisiMitJt*.! by vlrusxisu? autl Drugstore., DODGE ZUILL'S "EASY" _- All Steel, and Copper ^ v to oypcrate- Ei alt. £-±: the i£iV£3» I-1 ? Women. _.*..Lt55 r.50 --·-·-' -2° ! live Ciiop.." -12.70 ! Baled, tfrraw ^0 -- j Piaster §7.50 per ton. i Cemeni §1.40 per bbll J i Per bbi. Schloss - Baltimore CLOTHES In the new Fall Styles for Men and Young Men. are now ready for your inspection at our store. Beautiful style-creations in the nevTseason's best woolens, In perfect-fitting garments, ready-to-we,ar. , _. (*£ I f mtart \ SSS? *· -*^-~^S*- David Knouss, » l i 1 Fiosir 6-CG Per bo I \Vbeai ..... "- .................... £1-00 ISlielled Cora ....................... The Clothes Beautiful "NTew-Oats .................... ---50 W'S' n Oaes ....................... 55 Effective June 15, 1913. , rn p llii PRIVATE SALE As I Intend ro -move from Adams 3! Coi-nty/i -sril! sell at Private Sale my j 12:55 P. M. Sjorooertv ic Greeamount, eonsisang of; _ _ Points C i ~t -- . * " _ -- 1^ ^-1 ;_,»_._A --«»»-r-ine»,iii -.-»rt'-yi 3 TiTrill r_ _fl_ 8:05 A. M. Daily Except Sunday for Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. !0:35 A. AT. Daily for Hagerstown, V/avnesboro, Csambersburg.Han- cock, Comberland, Elkins and Points West. 12:55 P. M. for York and Intermediate Desio-ned and tailored by Schloss Bros. Co. of Ba?- £ * tioiore and New York, are the. finest and most attractive garments that money can buy. Boys' Clothing Largest assortment and best values throughout the l e n t h and breadth of Adams County Si^^rt/oflarSriaVge thirteen: rooni 15:50 P. M. Daily for Baltimore, Han- ijv- e :'mcr house stable, large enough j o :5S P. M. Daily except Sunday for B i for fo-jf : horses, large shed, suitable i _ . . . -- . ? 1 fo'- a^iomobile or carriages, out kitch- j ?! e:i, ani r-.iilk house connected with tha j I: dv.'eilinir. ·well %vith abundant supply or j . . · exeJuent pure v.-aier. large cistern, I two chicken, houses and oi^er neces-1 , 1 sar\- outbuildings, a splendid garden h I and" an orchard of voting apple, peach. and H. Division Points to Kigh- £eld, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersbarg, Shippens-v biLTg and Hancock^E*ittsburgh and ail points West. Sunday Only. :13 New Oxford, Hanover, York. Baltimore and intermediate sta tioni. . over, and Intermediate Points. | WOMEN'S SHOES j = From $1.25 to $4 oo E I SWEATERS | = - For Men and Doys~5O cents to-$7.oo i | Underwear j 1 For everybody in cotton, \vc-ol, il--ccti lined and al! = \veights. O. H. Lestz \\"e srivc S II Green Trading Stamps Cor. Square and Carlisle St Gettysburg, Pa. , I splendid opportunity for one wishing j I'co carrv on the poultry business- j I " H- P. BIGHAM. ! s V rot sold privately, nrooerty will I | be offered at Public Sale on Thursday. I ^ ' October 16th.'at 2 o'clock. |5. J. Bashman Cleaner Take great care -re-cen manuring | fsspberries not to fork too deep, as | being a surface rooter, 1 . nutritive value depends largel? | (j oo a farm impleraents are neces- tbe -vs-ay in whica they are cured- j Eary t - nese days for successful fann- -- | ing. It is not economy to make our is very foolish to go to the cost' v-ithont implements that are bac^r n ^or^oo-^ i ann labor of shocking com then leave nec dea on your farms. Invest in need- its roots can oe easOy damaged. ! £ ^_ ^ AQ fielfi unul ^^ bzs WoWR gd eQU i pE1 eai_ w""2 ! fi =;rt inr ° !t aDd "weather has rui::ed it j Tie iJaiSlJuly *· as a feed - [ : PUBLIC SALE .Of Lumber. Slab and Cord Wood On FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1913. On the Philip Houck farm one mile i Ea'st of Gettysburg the following: 70 I cords slab -wood sa\ved in 12 inch j lengths, oak and hickory, 10.000 ft. of : off-fali.lumber, boards and scantling. 50 acres uncut tree tops, chips,, chucks, sairdust. Sale to begin at one o'clock p. m. sharp. A credit of three months -will be gi\-en to ail purchasers giving their notes v/irh approved security. All sums under S5 cash- Positively no lumber 'to be removed until sale is over. H. A. MYERS. J. II. Caldwell, Avctior.eer. P. A. Miller, Cierl and. BetVer feeding means of .·more.-noiae crops. I TWO second hand Ford touring ! cars and an Indian motorcycle for sale. 1 Central Auto .Company, 46 York j streets--advertisement ..Social... Bender's Luthern Church AVill hold a social a: the horne of Mrs. Louis Spahr, at TaWe Rock, -. n Thursday Evening, Oct. 2 CKicken Soup,tuncheon and Refreshments All are cordially Invited. DONT HAT CAPS TO VISIT The Home o othes' ON Farmers 5 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 $10.00 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 rats $2.50 coat sweater, Contestants for the last prize must agree to remove their "exhibits" FALL WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, Store open until S p. K. The cattle I advertised last week for sale, were all sold except ig little heifers, weighing from 500 to 650 pounds, well bred, good order, fine as silk. It pays to buy this kind. 1 have on hand now at Gettysburg, eight loads of cattle I received September sgth. I have four loads of light steers, weigh 600 to 750 pounds. Also four loads of Virginia cattle. Steers weigh from Soo to 1000 pounds, Extra good cattle--come to see me, and you can o-et what will please you. Both thones. Hotel Ge' tys- e ' 1 barg and McKnighistown. CALVIN T. LOWER FUNKHOUSER SACHS ·The Home of Fine Clothes' : ^ -4 Fertilizer = Li s palming Implements Aspers Milling and Produce Co. @3Ki JJaJisi Apers, Pa. ^ I m. i 1 I m 1

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