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October 8, 1913

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V ^Tr-^-'lt* J*-- · *··» Not Get An "NUCUT" Glass 'Service Set? - OF CREAGEirS-JHLL. Always useful and partieuk'r- !j- appropriate for j;ift purposes. All yoiTueed to do is to Save 50 · Oneltradt-niark cuiRes'o'n each Baljblft 'p'rocluet. Your jjrand- niolher . tisVd Babbitt's. Today they "are better than ever -- ufore reason wfty'you should continue to""use Ih'em. "Ask vour grocer today' for 'Babbitt's Pure Lye, Babbitt's Cleanser (it saves von 5c), Babbitt's " "1776"' Powder and Babbitt's Best Soap. "WBen you have 30 trademarks take them to Your Grocer or the next nearer tone. Start to save no\v. Offer is for limited time onlv. ORDER THESE 3 FAMOUS BABBITT PRODUCTS TODAY B-T.BABBITTJnc. ". 17th. 1913- j The' undersigned/ by' virtue of an or- i der of the Orphans' Court- of 'Adams j County, "will sell at Public Sale; ~the ' following: described Eeal Estate. \iz- 1 Xo. 1. A-TRACT OF LAND in Stra- ;lau township, Adaras County, lying j:along the public road leading' ;from |; Xew Chester" to Hampton, about -A I mile northeast of Xew Chester, con- I' taining 55 Acres of land. This is the ' S property -.veil known for many years |! as Creamer's 3iilL Tne Improvements j; are a Brick Grisfc Mill with roller pro- 8 ! cess, a Saw 3111} in new repair, 2 two- s ;story Brick Dwelling Houses, large \ l Bank Barn. Frame Stable, Carriage ; House acd all necessary outbuildings. : At the same time and place the un- Idersigned will also sell: | toCo. 2. A TEACT OF WOODLAXD. ; situate in Tyrone Township, adjoining , lands of Clarence Wiand and others ly- " ing along the public road leading from , Xew Chester to Five Points and con, tainiKjf 8 acres and 128 'nerches. ; Sals 'to begin at 1:30 "o'clock, P. 31. jon Tract Xd. J, when terms will be ', made known t/v j HARRY L. SXYDER, i Trustee. Medical Advertising WIFE SUFFERED AVITK ECZE3IA. PRIVATE SALE As I iniend to move "from Adams 1 County, I will sell at'Privare Sale ray j property in Greerunoimt, consisting" of J 4%'acres "of land, large .thirteen room Idwellintc house, stable, large enough Ifor'iotif horses, large shed, suitable jfor automobile, or carriages, out kitch- ;er, and mil*;-house connected ivith the : dwelling, well with abundant supply or 5 excellent pure -water, large cistern. ! two chicken houses and * other neces- j sary outbuildings, a splendid garden ' and' an orchard of yoang apple, peach. · pear and pluni trees, soine of which ' are just beginning to bear. This pro- *.perty is situated on the Enimitsburg ' JJoad 5 miles from Gettysburg, fs on ' high, well drained ground and offers a i splendid opportunity for one wishing =to carrv on the" ooultrv business. ; " " H. P". 3IGHA1I. j If not sold privately, property will i be offered at Public Sale on Thursday, i October ISth. at 2 o'clock. ' Husband Tells Kow She V.'as Cured By Our Keliable-Skin Remedy, Saxo Salve. Henry Scharp, of Snohornish. Wash., wrltes:~"31y~wjfe has suffered with sczema for a number of years and _has used most every remedy ever mention- sd to her. While some gave temporary relief none ever entirely removed th«* Saxo Salve. ,. . of the old trouble and we recommend Saxo Salve ;o all our friends. It is certainly a xome \Iask boon to anyone suffering: from eeze- «, r Q- ien ' o ^ t i n , "sLo Salve allavs the itching" al-j * Xoaic_a=« d .. __ . i" _ * * _ _» z rsr. }'f*i**m'* POit STORM-SWEPT NOME ATHLETICS TRIM MENACED BY FIRE GIANTSINOPENER Flames anlBale Almost Wipe' ?mi Harqiiarfl ai , d Crandal| Out Alaskan Gamji j . Froni PHcber's Bo;., ae. Alaska, Oct. S. -- Fire has 1 the storm stricken city" ne Sanies have attacked BAKER SCORES HOME RUN mo^^aTa^eX A^S^a^e] *» Pacific cold storage plant, where 5 time it sinks gradually into the skin,j :s stored the chlei supply O A meat .or; The eruptions soon disappear and ihe akin becomes smooth and soft once more. Saxo Salve is guaranteed to benefit vou. 3ionev baci: if it does not. ·wreckage, into which teas are break-, Base and Three cf Team's Runs, ins while hundreds oi homeless per-' =ons a-e «tru^gliag to save the neces-j Xew York, QCL. S.--This time Bender j jg , .- ^ ~ - / - - . T i «=-i^ n f isfo^eeeti 5 -'" ^as a-e car-! triumphed. In 1905 and 1911 the stout- s% Peoples Drug store, Gettysburg. Pa. ^ °; -"- "*^;;" '^ *4-ked ' est-hearted Indian of them all lost his S p S The best tor_-c reconstruct or; rjsas aua tae eon^eais o. .·..e-.^eu , . « §5 ror't'ne blood in Vinol. Trv h o n o u r ! houses and stores, as we!! as parts o f ; first game to tne Giants, but on t n e j § Y.--ec-kefi structures. Xone of the - Polo Grounds, oeiore tne greatest as- jg b"!*d"'«'S S" the sandpit remain stand- j semblage that ever -.vimesse.1 a ball I %? : z~ and the leveled "structures there' game in America, the Indian proved j f| -ill be closed from 6 P, M, FBIDM OHil 6 P, M, orr account of holiday We are sorry to cause our patrons any inconvenience-.] by being closed Saturday, but will make up for such inconvenience by offering our patrons Special Bargalos'on FrK day and continuing v.-ith same SATURDAY SIGHT AND MONDAY. OCTOBER 13 We offer the following Bilious? One of Ayer's Pills at bedthne--just one. Acts on the liver. Gently laxative. Sugar-coated. All vegetable. Sold "for GO yean. Ask Your Doctor. LS-l re j£:: are' In Sames. This portion of the ' chat he was suprenie. Score: Athletics, I co-iiffiUEity is cat oif by the turbulent; 6; ^ew York, '4. ' " ate 1 - 51 " ' ^"hi!e ihe teams nearly broke even 1 '"Ti"e"s:oraa which on Sunday night', »a the number'o£ hits, and the Athi tegan beating in from Bering sea was i letics had two errors by Barry, the i ...T f. n nu-n -«.r^n -*nri v.-n-np^ 1 hlis ol the llacknieit came at most oo- PUBLIC SALE · OF LUMBER AXD V.'OOD On Tuesday, October 2i, 191:;. · The undersijmed will sell on the Ak-x j es farm, now owned bvAV.D. Jacobs} The undersigned intending to quit -- - _ -- _ -- * » i *- . . . -tl - _ T T T"__!-1I«. O--.T.-. | PUBLIC SALE [ of KoaseGoM Goods and Real Estate. X SATUJEDAY, OCTOBER 11,1913- i fecn of £ooro= a.nd Scan:15n». 2x4.! the fermer nlace, the following: ' Xo. S Valley Queen cool: stove. 3 " 3 sinks. 2 "bureau, comer of tujccD tree top? in I«ji5 to suit parch- I cupboard, chest, kitchen table, leaf aters, chips, chuiikfe aau sav. du={. Th« j table, rocking-chair, hair dozen kitchen rijrht to remove" tlun:ni!3r is jrlven to; chairs, ^exiting desk, lounge, j^ight seciintv. . J. A. T J. 31. Caldnell. Auct- P. A. Miller. Clerk. ware and IgassTsrare." 2 steelyards, 2 mirrors, 2. good benches, v.-ash boiler, stand. 15 yards carpet, 2 rugs, s'tone crocks and earthen^vare. "nrheeibarrovr good as-ne-S-.-csail -box.-- iron kettle. NOTICE digging ironl mattock. 16 foot ne\v Letters of Administration on the Es- ladder and many ocher articles rot - tate of Alexander Taylor. late of lien- j mennoneo. _ , alien Tov.-nship,. Adams county, Fa..! Also at tne same time ana piace. ner i tiif -\vorst ever known, ilen aacl vvoniea; ^ tls o£ ^-6 Maekmea came at most op- -.vo"rl--e«i all nisht is the icy water to ] portuae moments, save their household effects. The elec-! Bender went along as smoothly as trie- 5:gct n:ant was wrecked and the ever, mowing down the opposition with 3 erv j C . e wa s cut C2 .The loss; apparent ease until his teammates ·ed at $1,500,000. j S ave him a big lead, and then the v.-ni be 'much surerins and i Cnippewa got into one oi his careless removed in ou ^e'hei? will be reoairetl. %Yinter \ streaks and the Giants came on with short or«2er by rutaasii's \ ; s a , h^^i and it will be impossible to I a rush, but which were abruptly check- Corn Extractor. Think o f ; l eL ';,, ^Ti the siipp'-ies needed- ', b " the supporting cast of the Inthe pain you ar^sav-al when - -that sore corn -^K-. It L--; f«xlisli to exoerisuent will:' Hard Foot Callouses Removed Quickly Anything on your fcvt that shouldn't be there--whether corn?, ciillytteo- or ore !«u»=--they can a!" -TACT « Ar 1 T W i ^ M TA F! Y i I VlfibH I U TLI ·~s Extractor an-1 thej\vork v.ill be done quickly mi-i -with- trsctor out pain. per bottle, sold anc drugjrists and People's Drcir S;or?. was gixjen the 3rst pass of ;a2ie, and he also pilfered tie only «-vs H^'s Not Seeking That Method j base - Bul: " one Gi ^ attempted to of Goina to Glory. ! beac Schaags peg to second, and he Xe _.--,- 0 ^ 6ct."s--Former President | failed - Thai Darning was sumcient. ;« Tait has deciined an invitation to go } McGraw used up .three pitchers in a !a the air at the Columbus Day : vasa efforc EO cil eck the free hitting °~ DODGE ZUiUL'S "EASY" All Steel, and. Copper -^ Easr to opnera-e- E Sa". es the saves ise --* - meet of the Aeronautical society next s *5 j ironcay at Oakwoou Heights. S. L, | ^"5 pri f^ .» I r.-hich is to commemorate the late \ 1 -*- ^ Athletics. He save the fans a when fee sen; Marquard to the a lot of stuff, but he ses $16.50 and $18.00 Suits ^12.98 and 15.00 Suits 10.38 and 12.00 Suits 15.00 and 18.00 Coats 12.00 and 14.00 Coats 9.00 and 10.00 Coats 4.50 and 4.98 Skirts 3.50 and 3.98 Skirts All 2,50 Skirts Z50 Silk Waists All Wash Waists $14.50 11.50 8.88 12.S8 9.98 7.98 3.98 2.98 1.98 1.85 9.8 cen?s i MILLINERY Xo\v is the time to buy your fall Hat. o.ur assortment -· of Trimmed Hats. Shapes and Trimmings is .very large ; and our prices very moderate. S : me- r-^s^iit savs that he is not seek ! 4^"^i !·- that method of going to glory. i Crandall, who relieved Marquard. I ~"° · j got through two innings cleverly, then Circulars free. DavidE Knoass, Poincare Visits Alfonso. Madrid. OctT S^Jlayniond Polncore, | the "Three Musketeers," Collins, Mci Innis and Baker, got busy, and Tes- 1 ; nresideat of France, arrived here on a · . three days' visit to King Alfonso, 1 . · v.-hich. it is expectec. will bring about;. JLl1 ! reau was called In to finish the game. ! the re-entn- of" Saain- into European · " CL r ' ! lna r solid hits in the ipurth i: g- two triples and a doable, "^ I netted three ruas anij then in the Sfth mea were out. Collins- SfiS ! lna y fc ^ X ff^^^^m^m -*_ ? T.7~-~x. ---(^ fZr.-^lj--Z-.f r £ £. * L^^.C. t-^-r *^t^-z.*L££*~*. § Cho-.«^=T£5ci*r£;s:hiIainpaa= deceased, having been granted to the: ^eai Estate will be offered, consisting undersigned residing in 3IenaIIen', of about three-fourth of an acre or r.vnship. all E: di _ claim ment. t o . _ . . . . , . , , , _ . H ELIZABETH TAYLOR. I Sale to begin at 12 o clock ii. vrcen - " " Administratrix, j : erm s v.-ill be made knorvn:b_y or. C. S. DUXCAX. ^ L ^ ,, iiIte.RJi.Bt.CCA i A E r 0 *-r-ev i ira F- iaylor. Auctioneer. after a centurv of more or ess " "3 Pear=7lv=Ia Crude Oil | Faisllj Favorite 811 i^ '; o=r C!t=i«- ireti it in. barrel; oirect £i rroi^ our rcSi: FREE--320 ·vVAVESLY OILVr'CRKS CO. iburcit. Pa GENERAL MARKETS They did not expect that the third j sacker of the Mackies would reepat his BEI-PKiA--- FLOCP, dull; I 19li Performances. Marquard, helpless lear, S0.75@3.90; city mills, } and downcast, stood la the pitching vrinter clea, · fancy. $5.25S 5.50. - FJ - 0lrR aaiet: box. waiting for the relief that Mc- oarrel - ? 5 50 Graw wou:d aot send him. The Athletic TEAT Si-si: Xo. 2 red, ae~, I £| 90c: - ^ i supporters went wild with delight. The four hits from the bars or the steady; Xo. 2 yellow, 79^ I Hackmen In the fourth inning stunned t v.-ater-ana some iruit trees. TWO PROPERTIES at PUBLIC SALE On SflTtHpflY, Oetp|?eF 11 The Perry J. Tawney property on Stem- wehr aveune will be sold on the premises at one o'clock, The property on Breckenridge street will be sold immediately afterward. the Giants. Collins, the first mau up. slammed the bail over CentreSeiuer Cleanejp __TS steady: Xo. 2 waite, i 1 47%c,: lower grades. 46c. , POTATOES steady?- at 75@90c. per j 3h a f er -s head for a triple. Only fast ""pOtfLTRT": Live steaay: neas, 16c. : I Se!a:B S prevented the Athletics' sec- d rooster^. 3_2'5I3ci Dressed 5rm: I ond sacker frora getting a home run. choice fowls. 20c.-: oid roosters. lO^c. | Ealier foilov.-ed -with a hit nast Dovle, .^ BTJTTmt steady; fancy creamery, 11 , vhicil ^ Collins. Mcfnais sa'cri- S^c." per ID- ~~ ~- · EGGS steacy: selected, 3oc.; near! by, 33c.; western. SSc. i i Produce Markets. CHICAGO--KOGS 5e- to lOc. lower; need and Strunk grounded to liar- nuard, who retired Baker at txiird. Thei: Jack Barry, redoubtable in. tne pinciies. c?.nie through with the rinsing double, placing Strunk on third! Schang. Mack's wonderful catcaec. on the bail for a hard wal-. io? to center, which Shafer neldefi to_.15c. higser^ j badly, it went for a triple and Barry J.TSXS.S s^ccrSr ^s- i · SALE AT j - t- ' 6 ~ native"lambs.^Sa.GO.'ST.-sO. Modern nine room iiotise, t ' ~_ Heat and all conveniences · @|^-oc^ers'i-d%edp?'? 5 «l-?I«7'85- ' aad Shrank scored. Then Bender went ! c?ws S and^heifers/S3.55@s"75T calves', j oat en a grounder to ilarquard, end- 1 ^7.505£.Xl-aO. ______^ ___ ! iag the inning. ^ \ Ths Giants came back at the Ameri- | c-in leaguers in their half of the fifth, i and scored three runs on three sin| glcs. aa error by Barry and an infield ECIAL SI KNOCKABOUT HATS 49 CENTS 1 Remember \ve will be closed Saturday October 11 but ·' will open at 6 o'clock and are offering these Bargains qn Friday, October 10, Saturday night and continuing Monday October 13 only. These are great values and you should be sure to grasp such an opportunity to save money and just at the beginning of the season. Sole agents for Pictorial Review Patterns AGENTS FOR WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS We give S £H Green Trading Stamps ''·The Ladies' Shop. ?: feg 10 Carlisle Street, £S ^ - Gettj-sburg, ira. -! le Colts 40 Head of Mule Colts TO BE SOLD AT THE STOCK YARDS at Aeroplane Kills Woman, ^amrnor.dsport. X- T.. Oct. S.--Doro-1 ouc. . ^ Hammor.asport. -\- 1.. Oct. S.--Doro-] out. Lot /10XI^2ft, Terms t o j tnyHilcrem. of Xew Tork.Vas,lolled, ] ' iltCormJci I and her sister. Ruzb. was probably fa-1 q^ard. singiC suit purchaser. ··j tally Inirt -srhen they j e ;stniek. by the propeller of Lincoln" Beachey's ·nisck. pincli-bitting for Jlar- in the afta and Craadall took up mound duty for tne Giants in the sixth. McLean batted for Crandaii in the seventh, and Tesreau finished J O T-J^ -»-»-»-Hl-5-ivi-* aeroplane wciie watcaiag an" exhibition in the se~ ^ m £· riO.iHlil.OJI -t-p/flignV: " ' " ~7r'N J J the ga:se. Total paid attendance was 36.291; j HANOVER, PA7 AT PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY OCTOBER 10th, '13 AT ONE O'CLOCK These Mules are just the kind the farmers ought to buy, and Outside Cold warmth of the Between cheery total receipts. -Ss-?.2-:a. Of this smri tfes] ire all 1, 2 and 2 3'ears old- mostly 2 y Xsiiofcal Commission receives S7-525. ears old, Lots of size, but a the club? 3;:j.-'46 each, and tae players SSO.CSS- The score: ATHLETICS. AB. H. BH.PO^. E. f 4 0 1 2 0 0 Oldring. If ~ 0 I 2 0 0 CoHins. "o 2 3 3 4 £ 0 b 4 1 3 1 Z 0 Ib Z 0 1 10 0 0 C£ 4 1 0 3 0 0 P-arrv. ss 4 1 1 1 3 2 ians. c 4 ft 1 4 1 0 ir.der, p 4 0 0 '·) 'Z 0 34 6 11 27 15 2 XE\V YORK. AB. R. BH.PO.A. E. Doyle. ±b 4 Fletcher, ss 4 Bnras, if -5 .Murray, rf 4 Meyers, c 4 ^T£*T-V!/» 1H -.... 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 fi 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 2 0 : lerkle, ·i. p McCbrmsck. * 1 1 1 Crar.nall. p 1 Tesrea;j. TJ 0 0 » 1 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 «1 0 1 0 0 'ittle thin In flesh OR account of the drought in IVIissourl. They will grov,- like weeds In our good pasture. NOW MR- FARMER do not miss seeing this lot of Mules, as they arc the kind you can turn to your straw stack in winter, and v. ill make you mone3" while you sleep. XGW MR. DEALER we want you all there, for we are going: to sell every one of these Mules, and we know yon can buy them fc-r Icss money than yon can buy them anywhere else on this earth. Take strict notice we guarantee the age of every mule and IT they are not just the age we say there Is no sale. ONE. TWO AND THREE YEARS OLD Don't forget the day. Friday. October 10, 1913. at 1 o'clock, at Hanover, Penn'a. Wrlte It on a piece of paper and pin It on your hat band and tell your neighbor that you are going to the big Mule Sale at Hanover, Pa.. Friday nexi- at the Stock Yards, at 1 o'clock, when a long A Perfection Heater keeps the house cosey and comfortable on the coldest day. It brings solid comfort to old folks and young. The Perfection Heater is efficient, economical and ornamental. Doesn't smoke. Doesn't smell. Easy to clean and rewick. Easy to carry wherever it is wanted. Dealers everywhere, or write for descriptive circular. The Atlantic Refining Company Philadelphia Pittsburgh Totals 25 4 10 27 15 0 'Batted for ilarq-aard in the nfth. **Batted for Tesreau in the nznrfs. Athl-rcs ...o o o s 2 o o l 0--5 credit will oe given by xew~York o o i o s o o o o -- 4 , T«/-\r*rT^c? o T?rvraiVTT7v LSittiSASSSSSrsJ?^ I FORBES FORNEY . 6. Base on balls--Off Marqnard. l: on --.--· ·-· Tesreaw. 1, Home run--Baker. Threc- base hits--Collins, Scbang. Two-base hits--McTnuis. Barry, Burns. Sacrifice Marqi:arn. Stolen base- Collins. Doable play--Barry. Collins and Mclnnis. Hits--OS Marquard, S in five innings; off Crandall, ^ m tyo innings: off Tesreau. none in two innings. "Umpires--Klem: bases, Egan; outfield--Rigler and Connolly. 2.05, FaD From Tree Fatal. Readiag, Pa.. Oc-t. S.--Charles Boos, a lineman, died from injuries received in falling from a chestnut tree. Both arms and legs were fractured and h« internal iniuries. TREES FOR SALE E I have good Peach and 2, coo Apple trees ready |j 1 for planting that, I \vill sell at reasonable prices in | i small or large lots. = | G, E, Spangler 1 NEWSPAPER! ·WSPAPLR

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