The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 11, 1913 · Page 2
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October 11, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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C O A T W E E K We have satisfied ourselves that Wooltex coats are in style and quality the best that we can find to offer to the best trade in this city. We also know that when Wool- tex garments are compared with others at equal prices the Wooltex aarments show greater value. »__? In order to convince you of these truths, we are going to make a special disblay of Wooltex coats during the coming week. G. W.WE AVER SON rr-i^b i"5i;byTie" Slid* Co- PUBLIC SALE Lumber,, Slab and Cord Wood ' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22," 1913. On the Joseph B. Twining: Farm, 4 miles north of Gettysburg, along the Carlisle Uoad, the following: 70 cords of slab -wood, sawed in 12. Inch lengths, oak and hickory, 10,000 feet of off-fall, lumber, boards and ' scantling, 25 acres uncut tree tops, chips, chucks, sawdust Sale to begin at one o'clock, P. 31-, sharp- A credit of three months' will be given to all purchasers giving their notes with approved security. All sums under §5.00 cash. Positively no lumber to be removed until sale is over. ' - - - EL A. MYERS. J. 31. Caldwell, Auct. P. A. MiUer," Clerk. Effective June 15, 1913. WESTERN MILAHB RAILWil · 8:05 A. M. Dafly Except Sunday for Baltimore, Hanover, York »nd Intermediate Points. 10:35 A. M. Daily ir Hagerstown, Wayraesboro, Chambersburg,EaB- cock, Cumberland. " Elkin« and Points Wesr_ 12:55 P_. M- *or York and Intermediate Points 5:50 P. M. Dafly for Baltimore, Han- 6:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Charabersbargr, Shippensburg and HancockJPittsburgh amd all points West. Sunday Only. 7:13 Ne?r Oxford, Hanover, York, Baltimore and intermediate *ta- tiona. over, and Intermediate Point*. | GETTYSBUKG MARKETS Trices at the Gettysburg warehonse corrected daily by C- 3IiltonWolf, Jr., Snc- eessor to J. Geo. Wolfs Sons Co. PerB; Xes- Dry Wheat ...... "- ....... S-5 New-Ear Com .................... 65 Oais RETAIL PRICES Per Badger Dairy Feed] Coarse Spring Bran ............... Hand Packed Bran ................ Corn and Oats Chop .............. - 'hoemaker Stock Food. ............. White Midillinjs ................ Red Middling .................. Timothv II*y Rye Chop .......................... Baled Straw .............. -_ piaster ................. ?/.50 per Cement ................. 51.40 per Per Floor ......................... Wes^rn Flour 100 ?2 1-3? ton boll bbl. SUITS For men and young men, line of worsted the best line of up-to-date suits seen in Gettysburg and vicinity in recent years, for the prices, OVERCOATS c , J For men and young men/- of the-ff inest- "fabrics in roll and vertical" collars, ,, ^Give us a call. We have., come to^the rescue with goods that cannot be bought anywhere for the prices we offer. Double stamps to all. Do not miss the double stamps and great bargains we offer. RALSTONS shoes for men, RADCLIFF for women, BUSTER BROWN for children. - O.H. Cor. Square and Carlisle S Per bn I \Vheat ....................... «-00 i?hePe/iCom ............ - - - ....... * jj^ew Ear Corn, ..................... '5 1 New Oats ...................... 5 \ W*s . Ji Oat? .................... 55 Gettysburg Business Directory Ikere to baj He filings pa NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capacity .400 Booms with bath « «oit« Ham £ McConomy, Prop'*. --IF-yon want a weekly paptr get | THE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS j More local reading matter than amy other paper published. ! Price $1-00 per year. FOE SALE: several choice building i lots fronting on South street." Apply [ George P. Black. --advertisement Public Opinion has proven that, the great line of merchandise shown 7jy "The Home of Fine Clothes" is surpassed by none. No where can yon find so large and varied a stock to select your clothing and furnishings for all the family. CHAS. S. MUMPEK --Fire Proof Storage-paper f or 5c. j Warehouse for Fornitnw and 3-5c packages safety matches for j Household Goodi »tor«d lOc. " I »ny length of time- Specials for this -week. j 5 Double sheets tangle foot 3y ·· Trimmer's 5 and 10. RICE PRODUCE COMPANY Highest Cash Prices Paid for aU \ --FARM PRODUCE-- \ I Umder Times Office, Gettysburg. W. H. TIPTON --Photoprapher-- Gettysburg Socremlrs WILL BUY Balk flpples and Potatoes Top Price fop CQheat Liime, Coal f -- This season we have put for th an extra effort to offer you One Hundred Cents Worth of Value for every Dollar you spend here Iiadies' Department COATS AXD SOTS Never before have we been so splendidly prepared vjth the new and attractive Stjles for Fall and Winter wear. Everything that is fashionable will be seen in this most carefully prepared stock. The variety of Styles, the fine tailoring and the modest prices will surely appeal to 2.0U. You arc incited to come and to look to :- our hearts content, feel perfectly frcc to tr;. on an of the Garments that you please in this most comprehensive assortment. You will not be urged to buy- All wool Guaranteed Suit §10.00 to S40-00 All -rtool Gur.r?ntccd Coats $7-50 to §50.00 Children's Coals Sl.OO to $15,09 Don't fc'il to ee our line of Dresses for all occasions. Sweaters for the whole family. le G'mns. Kimonos, underskirts at priceb that cannot be equaled anywhere. 's Department Men and Young Men Let us show you how you can be fitted in a Hart, Schaffner and Marx, Kuppenheimer or Alco system suit. No matter what price you think of paying we can surely please you with a suit that will stand the wear test and look well. MEN'S OVERCOATS Here is a line we are proud of, we will be glad to show you how we can fit 3 ou in a Hart. Schaffner and Marx or Alco overcoat. We want you to try them on, note the st}le and fit. They possess that indefinable st\le that all men want. SWEATERS An immense line to choose from In the new colors of Brown- National Mix, Green, Blue and Gray. Prices range 50 cents to S7.50. Aspers Milling and Produce Co. Apers, Pa. Cattle Cattle At public sale, Saturday, October llth. At I o'clock at theBendersville Hotel 40 of Cattle Consisting of 25 Heifers, 1 5 Bulls. These are well bred and carefully selected. Iltenfritz Ross SEW GARDEN AUDITORIUM Hanover Street Roller skating every ni-ht and special session every Saturday f Special care will be given to James and children. Admission and skates 150, Night admission ice. skates i 0 c Forthebenffit o f those wishing to'-learn o ; r Step Waltz, Spanish Boston/ Ostende Boston, Extreme tonfand other dances, Mr. G.'E-.. Bookhultz '*/ "*·'* class Thursday afternoon October gth. 19 3. a p4 P- -- F U N K H O U S E R S A C H S ^" * * T - u r r u f\ Km rr ^\rr m u e ? *"»-I fT U CT C * » "THE H O W E O F F I N E C U O T H E S " FESTIVAL There will be a festival at Round Top School, Straban Township on Saturday Evening, October llth. 1913. Everydody Welcome." :\* SPAFLK-f

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