The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 13, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Monday, October 13, 1913
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Z^S^S^^^^U^X^^^^^^i^S^S^^^SlSBSilSliXl W O H E X COAT WEEK The * Warmth- without- weight" coat will continue to be fashionable this season. Without linings, or interlinings to hold up "fronts" sides and shoulders, much must depend on the high quality of tailoring if the coat is to remain shapely and retain its style lines through its length of service. t If we sell you a Wooltex coat you know that the tailoring is of the highest grade--that's guaranteed G. W. WEAVER SON 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 Road, the following: i 70 cords of slab wood, sawed · in 12 j inch lengths, oak and hickory, 10,000 j feet of off-fall, lumber, boards and scantling, 25 acres uncut tree tops, chips, chocks, sawdust- Saie to begin at one o'clock, P. 3L, sharp. A credit of three months will be given to all purchasers giving their notes frith approve/I security. All sums under-$5.00 cash. Positively no to be .removed until sale is H. A. MYERS. J. 31. Caldwell. Auct. P. A. Miller, Clerk. Effective June 15, 1913. - WESTERN MARYLAP RAILWAY 8:00 A. JL Dtily Except Sunday for Baltimore, iianox-er, York and In- ternsediat? Points?. , - 10:35 A. M. Daily for Hagerstowa, Wiynesboro. Charnbersburg,HaB- cock, Cumberland, Slkina -wad Point* \Ve.=t_ 12:55 P. M. for York *nd Intermediate Points ; 5:50 P. M- Daily for Baltimore, Han- 5:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagersrown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg, Shippens- barg and Hancock,Pittsburgh and «JU ooints West. Sunday Only. 7;13 New Oxford, Hanover, York. Baltimore and intersuediate station*. over, and Intermediate Points. GETTYSBURG MARKETS Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse corrected daily bv 0. Milton \Voif, Jr., Successor to J." Geo. Wolfs Sons Co. Per Bu New Dry "Wheat...." S5 !sewEar Com..------. ...... .. -- 65 Rye '· Oats RETAIL PRIDES Per 100 Badger Dairy Fee-i* Coarse Sprang Bran l-3c j Hand Packet! Bran 1.40 i Corn and Oats Chop 1--1-" 1 Shor-maker Stock Food. j White Middlings _ 1-bS K^i Middlings - 1-50 Timothv HHY 90 Rye Ci-op 1-70 BaW Straw - _. 60 Plasifr $«.50 per ton. Cetn.ia S'.40perbbH Per b',L Float HSU Western Flour :.6.GO Per hn \vheat. 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 For men and young men, of the finest 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 RALSTONS shoes for men, RADCLIFF } for women, BUSTER BROWN for child-1 ren. O. Cor. Square and Carlisle St. · B 1P ^**ns*j-**^r ^*~r~s*^ Public Opinion lias pro Yen that, the great 11 ne oi merchandise sbowuby "The Home of Fine Clothes" is surpassed by none. No where can you find so large and varied SL stock to select your clothing and furnishings for all the family. This season we have put forth an extra effort to offer you One Hundred Cents Worth of Value for -every Dollar you spend here liadies' Department .3 COATS AND SUITS Never before have we been so splendidly prepared with the new and attractive Styles for Fall and Winter wear. E\erything that Is fashionable \vlfi be seen In this most carefully prepared stock- The variety of Styles, the fine tailoring and the modest prices will surely appeal to you. You are invited to come and to look to \ our hearts content, feel perfectly free to ir on any of the Garments that you please In ihi most comprehensive assortment. You -*iu not be ur^ed to buy. All wool Guaranteed uit SI 0.00 to S 10.00 All wonl Guaranteed Coats S7.50 to $50.00 Children's Coats SI.OQ to S15.00 Don't fail 10 see our line of Dresses for all Gccrt*if«n^ Sv. eaters for the whole family. FlauneseUe (iowns. Kimonos- underskirts at price lh.i» cannot be equaled anywhere, jeien'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 you in a Hart, Schaffner and Marx or Alco overcoat. We want yon to try them on, note the style and fit. They possess that indefinable style 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. X I Gettysburg BUS!ness Dretoni Where to bog $e tilings pu neei NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capacity 400 Roomi with bath cm rait* Ham tc McConomy, Prop'*. --IF-- iyon want a weekly paper get THE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS More local reading matter than uy other paper published. Price $1.00 per year. Specials for this -week. 5 Double sheets tangle foot paper for 5c. 3-5c packages safety matches lOc. Trimmer's 5 and 10. flv fort CHAS. 8. MUMPER --Fire Proof Storage-Warehouse for Furniture and Household Good* stored any length of time. RICE PRODUCE COMPANY Highest Caab Price*_£ald for all t --FARM PRODUCE-- Umder Time* Office, ^Gettysburg. W. H. TIPTON --Photoprapher-- Gettyiburg Sonreatra WILL BUY Balk Hpples and Potatoes Top Price fop CQheat Iiime, Coal Aspers Milling and Produce Co. Apers, Pa. NEW GARDEN AUDITORIUM Hanover Street Roller -kaun£ exwy night and special session every Saturday afternoon Special care will be given to ladies and children. Admission and skates i5c. Night admission zoc. skates 150 Forthebenffit of those wishing to learn to dance the Two. Step Waltz, Spanish Boston, Ostende Boston, Extreme Boston, and other dances, Mr. G. E. Bookhultz '17 will form a class Thursday afternoon October gth. 19 3, at 4 p. m. TREES FOR SALE I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready | I for plantin^ that. I will sell at reasonable prices in i ZZt x £ ' - TM small or large lots. 1 CL E. Spangler j 5nniaujnnuiinni» nnnininninnwHHinannnnnmnininnnnHi mnmiimumn iininninpiniiie !r F U N K H O U S E R S A C H S THE H O M E OF F I N E CLOTHES" SPAPFR HATS CAPS F7.LL I IL: WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, S:o-e open tints! S p- m - /·SP4PFR1

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