The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 8, 1913 · Page 2
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October 8, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, October 8, 1913
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G.W. Weaver and Son 'The Leaders "*" 1 Just Received The Popular Dress and Coat Corduroys Brocade Velvets and Costume Velvets In all the best colors now being shown. New Bulgarian Silks and Dress Trimmings and buttons in great variety. Munsing Underwear in Uuion and Single pieces BRADLEY SWEATERS for men. women and children. New Wool Sweaters and Silk Waists. New Room Size Rugs Many other things comm* in daily. CAPS FALL AXD WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, Store oi-v-i a r.U t- j · '·- IE Schloss - Baltimore CLOTHES In the new Frill Styles for Men and Young Men, are now ready for your inspection at our store. .Oeautl- fal style-creations in the new season's best wool ,ns. In perfect-fitting garments, ready-to-". -r. f . \ The Clothes i Designed and tailored by Schloss Bros. A C.,. of Bal- = timore and Xew York, are the n^e^t and most -Utract- | * ive garments that money can buy. ^ O \S1 t a is m t\ ·i i «= i§ ; eJ · \^ i ·=! The popular anr.ual lixcur^ion b\-the Salem U. B. Church will be run Thusrday Oct. 23,1913. Special train v,ill leave FrJrheld at 6.45; Gettysburg 7.1=;; New O-v"ord 7 37: ! bno'.er 7.53; stopping at all intermediate stations. Train from East Berlm will connect. N 3 s^ops mi ie b :lo\v Hanover. Return- leaves Hin-n Station. I3i't ; more, 7 o'clock. COMMITTEE. i i ·£ S 1 ~1 'il 3. !§ a 1 5 a 1 I Boys' Clothm 1 Largest assortment and best values ihroi'ghont the i -- ^ --^ -1 length and breadth of Adams County | | WOMEN'S SHOES j = From i:.c5 i^$4 oo = | SWEATERS i = For Men ar.J Hoys 50 cenl* to £7.00 § | Underwear . | 1 For everybody in cotton, \vcol, fece line-1 a n - i LI: § \veignts. | FRUIT FARMS FOR SALE 2 Three good iru't farms situated in the c c t ie of the Apple Belt of Adams County, from i j £ to 2^ miles from Biglerville. as follows : \ 25 acres \vlai over 2000 trees. 70 acres with from 2000 to 30^0 tr-cs 30 acres \\ith 1000 trees. Call on or telephone. C. G. Shank Brothers, or E. D. Heiges, Biglerville National Bank. CX H. Lestz 1 Cor. Square cind Carlisle SL Gettysburg, Pa. | Public io bnj Us fiinas jes pel KEW EAGLE HOTSL Capaciry 400 Sooma -?rit1i bath ea suits Ham McConooiT, Prop's. i -IF, you -=^Kt a -weekly p=.?er get "THE ADAMS COUNTY XEY,*S jlore local reading matter anTM otner pnper pubhsaed- Price S1.Q3 per year. Specials for ihJs -.vee 1 -3 Double sheets -a^gle foo; pc.p^r fbi -jc. J-3c packages scj:ety matches Tr'Timer's 5 and 10. "~~ CHAS. S. MUMPER -,, --Fire Proof Storage-Warehouse for F-^rrsiture fcr HouseboM Cocci rtor^ length of tfme- i i o - d so7o,,a ** of Fine Clottes" is surpassed Bv 1,0=0. , . stoct to sderf yo«r cloflu^ U '1 PJCE PRODUCE COMPAX iyhesr CasS F-.. -- ?/cd for -- FAEi: PF.ODCCE-- ad=;r Time* Of 5 .* * C«=u . B TIPTON ^ % TO. season we have P ut ford, an .xtra effort to of fer you One Hundred Cents Worth of Value for ever-/ Dollar you spend here Iiadles' COATS AND SUITS Never before have ^ e been so splendidh prepared v-Ith the new and attractn e Styles for Fall and Winter wear. Everything that is fashionable will be seen in this most carefully preparea stock. The variety of Styles, the fine tailoring ar.d the modest prices will surely appeal to joa. You are incited to come and to look to 3 our hearts content, feel perfect!} free 10 trv on nn of the Garments that %oa please in this most comprehensh e assortment. You will not be urged to buy. Ul wor-1 Guaranteed Suit 10-00 to S40.00 Al! v.wl Guaranteed Coats S7-50 to $50.00 Children's Coats -51.00 to Sl-5.00 "Don't L-.ii to ;-ee our line of Dresses for all occasions. S-'. eater? for the ^hole family. Flannelette Govrns. Kimonos- underskirts at prices that cannot be equaled an:- ^SSi 's Department c. ·p--«· ·»··»--«»· ·«· ^ ·-, -r ^ \r T T^ ' T e ^ 5^? S t ft a B ; 3 g^t a j; 5- y- A 5-/ «^ ·3-J' ; =--' -«- lulk Rpples a.nd Potatoes Top Pries for cllneat Coal 3Ien and Young Iea Let us show %on ho-w you can bs iiitcd in a Hart, Schaffner ar.d Marx, or AIco system suit. No matter vh~i price A on think of paiving we czn saraly please 3'os v-ith a suit that viU stand the wear test and look v ell. 3IEN"S OVERCOATS Here is a line \ve are proud of. we v. ill he glad to show you how we can St 3 o~a in a Ksrt, Sc'naffner and Marx or Alco overcora. "We -want ou to tr them on. note the st:-Ie and fit. The\ r/ossess thai indefinable sl;»Ie Ih-.t all men v. ant- !i Aspers MiMing and Produce % ·3£ ^ % cj*-^^- /t?K5 ^^ Xbi^ W ^ Apers, Pa. HijiisunsKUfii!"."""""'*-' 51 '^]!':!!!'!":! (^ -"r^ F 40 ii Or- ip 'g-i 311U uUll. (g^X ~§b- xt^J ^ ^ ^ SWEATERS An immense line io choo~c from new cdors of Bro^ii- Xallonal ?fix. Blue nd Gray. Trices range 50 cents to §7.50. the one j a.t ^5 F U N K H O U S E R S A C · "-TWP w r s w i P np FINE CLOTHES" of .6 B^d o^ O fl6 ^ eal? °^ Golts Head of 2 year old Mules , s ge « ^TQ n.eau. ox - yci. ^^1-* -^-^-- ---10 of I year old 12 of Mares andGelami Ranxin- in age from 2 to 6 years oil 1 pair lar BROOD MARES, bred to a Percneron uors-.. ^ Now Farmers do not miss this sale as -we nave jus, tne kind of stock that will make you money whne you si-ep. Sale at i o'clock, P. M. * A credit of io montns xnll oe given by ·y^w *· -*^*3 ^^5 x^s xfj^B ·"t*^ ^%L "^ "T Forbes £ orney. .TV itWSPAPLKl

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