The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 14, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, October 14, 1913
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X $011 CcsvrirLi 1913 b Ttc H. ££tJ- Co. 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 garments 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. WEAVER SON PUBLIC SALE r;*^()»as«l«^*«^^ Lumber, Slab a»! »nl Wood WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22,1913. On the Joseph. B. Twining Farm, 4 miles north of Gettysburg:, along the Carlisle Road, the following^ 70 cords of slab wood, sawed in 121 inch lengths, oak and hickory, 10,000 J feet of off-fall, lumber, boards and i seantling, 25 acres uncut tree tops, chips, chucks, sawdust. Sale to begin at one o'clock, P.. M~ sharp. A credit of three months will foe -given to al! purchasers giving tbpir notes with approved security. All sums under §5-00 easlv?ggosirively lumber to be removed"^3)0a£8.,,,sale H- A. MXEES. P. A^ MiilerTGerb. 'j no is EflWtive June 15, 1913. P? WESTERS MARYLAPRAEIAY 8:05 A. M- Daily Except Sunday forj Baltimore, Fiariover, York and In- term«*diate Points j 10:35 A M- Daily for Hagerstown, Wiynesbrtru. Chambersburg.Han- cock, Cumberland. Clkuu and Points West. 12:55 P. II. r or York and Intermediate Points 5:50 P. 51. Dafly for Baltimore, Han- G:58 P. M- Daily except Sunday for B I and II. Division Points to High- j field, also Hagerstowa, Waynes' boro. Charabersburg, Shippens- I burg and Hancock,Pittsburgh and ! all points West. j -Sunday Only. :?:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, j Baltimore and intermediate «t»- | tions. over, and Intermediate Points. i* K. Eidc Co. 11 GETTYSBURG MARKETS Pfii-ea at fhe;ettysbnr£i warehouse corrected daily by C. .Milton Wolf, Jr., Successor to J. Geo. WolPa Sons Co. Per Bn Sew Dry Wheat S3 ?«ewEar Corn......... ...... .. -- 6^ Rye £ Oats ·*· RETAIL PRICES Per ICO Badger Dairy Feed" $1-35 Coarse Spring Dran -- l-3c Hand Packed Bran 1-40 Corn an»l O^tts Chop 1.4c Sho«-ina.fcer ^tock Food. - -- 1 White Mitlilliniss l-6i Red Middlings 1-50 Timotliy iUy 90 I Rve Chop l- 7 0j j BjUtl Straw 601 · Pla.-i»r J7.5rt jer ton. . Cctm ir ijl.-JO py bWI i I Western Flour - fi-WJ | ! Ter i.n 1 1 ! Wheat 1-100 Corn 95 Corn '5 ,.55 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 offer. RALSTONS shoes for men, RADCLIFF for women, BUSTER BROWN for children. O mr T '^^CLT*^' · XI. J-rHrO 1 J~ Cor. Square and Carlisle Sr. Gettysburg. BUS! ness Directori) to tig (lie things goo NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capacity 400 Rooms, with bath cm «nit« Ham McConomy, Prop'*. --IF-von want a weekly paper get I"THE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS | More local reading matter than | amy other paper published. Price ?LOO per year. Specials for this week. 5 Double sheets tangle foot fiy j paper for 5c. "j 3-5c packages safety matches for [ lOc. Trimmer's 5 and 10. CHAS. 8- MUMPER --Fire Proof Storage-Warehouse for Farnitort and Household Goods stored any length of tim*. RTCE PRODUCE COMPANY Highest £A»O Price* Paid for a!' s. --FARM PRODUCE-- [ Umder Times Office, Gettysburg. W. H. TIPTON --Photoprmphier-- Gettysburg SouTealrs |\e\vOats «t n Oats 55 I ^ HOME OF = FINE, = CLOTHE,S 99 : : : · 0 * We want vou to make our place your headquarters on this great day; meet your friends here; feel at home. Don't fail to attend this great affair. Hundreds of people \vill meet here and you should be one of them. We are going to do our best to entertain-you^-besides that we are going to give a special reduction in many different articles throughout our great stock, which is the largest ever shown in this section. Below are a few of the Specials for "Farmers" Day 77 only. g:^?gq?g:?:^vog.r-sg;.i.g;^-.,»-p;gc *F Ladies* Department CLOAKS SUITS This Department is full of the very newest creations, with an individual style for everv woman. "Guaranteed All-Wool Suits. $10.00 to S40.00. Special for this day onh- -- a beautiful S2.50 Silk or Net Waist with everv Suit above $13.50. Ladfes* Long Coats S5.00 to ?50.00. Children's Long Coats, Sl-50 to S15.00. Special 10 per cent reduction on all Coats. DRESSES DRESSES In this line we have broken all previous records. You will find them here in Silks. Ivlessalines, Brocaded Velvet, Serges, Ratines, etc. SPECIAL FOR THIS DAY Beautiful Silk Dresses, in all colors, $5.98. All-wool Serge Dress. S4.50. Ladies" full-length Flannelette Underskirt at 25c. Men's Department OVERCOATS AND SUITS nr- We have a line of them equal to that shown by any large city store, and made by such great builders of Men's Clothing as Hart Schaffner Marx, Kuppenheimer and AIco System. Everv one guaranteed--prices from §12.00 to $30.00. Special for this day only--10 per cent, reduction on all Suits or Coats. SWEATERS for the whole family--just the kind you are looking for, from 50c to $10.00. Farmer's Day Work Shirt Special--regular 50c Shirt, 43c, Umbrellas 200 Sl-00 Umbrellas for 69c each. Many other things that we do not have room to mention. | Prizes For Farmers' Day, Saturday, October 18. | § For the best cake baked outside of Gettysburg, a SlO set of Furs: for §3 §3 the be^t cake baked in Gettz.-sburgr- a SlO set of Furs; for the 3 largest [a g Irish potatoes. So Coat Sweater; for the three largest ears of corn. S3 Hat; $ s for the boy bringing: in a cage with the largest number of live rats, S2.50 |j S Coat Sweater. Contestants for the last prize must agree to remove their gj jc "exhibits". ' I 5ggJp^g^BSi^^A5g^KN? i ag ! ! WILL BU Balk Hpples and Potatoes Top Price for CHheat Irime, Coal j Aspers Milling and Produce Co. Apers, Pa. NEW GARDEN AUDITORIUM Hanover Street Roller skating every ni£»t ami special session e^ery Saturday afternoon. Special care will be given to ladies and children. Admission and skates 150, Night admission IDC. skates 150 HTTENTICN 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. ig 3, at 4 p. m. sunn 1 1 = v TREES FOR SALE I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready for planting that, I will sell at re asonable prices in small or large lots. G. E. Spangler 1 HATS CAPS to OKSOT in. ti^e for i F U N K ·'THE HOME OF FIXE CLOTHES" i j * U S E R S A C H S i GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. I FALL WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, Store open until S p. m. i -

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