The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 15, 1913 · Page 2
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, October 15, 1913
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O L T E X Coat Week --··;.,i;^ rr - 3- . » Get a Wooltex coat et it now Putting off buying a winter coat is simply depriving yourself of add- j ed pleasure that comes from being among the first to appear in the new fashions. So buy your winter coat now --and buy a Wooltex coat. Effective Jon* 15, 1913. WESrEBJ MARYLAND BA1LWAI 8:05 A. M. Daily Except Sunday for Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. 10:35 A. M. Daily for Hagerstown, Wavnesboro, .CbanibersbHrg^HaB- cock, Cumberland, Elkins and Points West. 12:55 P. M. for York and Intermediate Points , 5:50 P- M. Daily for Baltimore, Han- 6:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B and H. Division Points to HJgh- field, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersborg, SMppens- burg and Hancock^ittsburgb and all points West. Sunday Only. 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York. Baltimore and Intermediate stations, over, and Intermediate Points. W1I ty The !L BL-ct Co AVER SON l i . GETTYSBURG MAKKETS Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse corrected daily by C. Milwn Wolf, Jr., Successor to J. Geo. Wolfs Sons Co. Per Bo Xew Dry "Wheat...... .---- -8|_ SewEar Corn , · · 65 Rye Oats RETAIL PRICES Per NX , Badger Dairy Feed* ^"^ i Coarse Spring Bran 1-35 Hand Tacked Bran 1-40 I Corn and Oats Chop l--j= " ho*-niaker Stock Foxi 1--S= White Mlduluiga l-f£ Red Middlings I-8 * TiniOthy Uay K Rye Chop i- 7t ' Baled Straw ' Plaster " 57.50 per too.. Cement $1.40 pc-r bbl- PerJ.b! Float f4.SC 1 Western Flour 6.0C · Per bn Wheat ?1-00 Shelled Corn 9? ^vewJEar Corn,. -' 3 \ewOats 55 Wsfc--n Oats 55 PUBLIC SALE of Valuable Building Lots in the Borough of Biglervilie, Adams County, . Pennsylvaaia. On Friday the 24th day of October, 913, the undersigned, being the widow and Agent for the heirs of Dr. C. j S. Eether, late of the Borough of. Big- erville, County of Adams, and State of Pennsylvania, deceased, will offer", at public" sale on the premises in the; Borough of Bigiesville the following described real estate:,..s ,,- \ All that piece, pareelsajyL tract of Sand situate in the BorougB-of Biglerville, Adams County,^Hwinsylvania, fronting on the North- side of Railroad Street, and on the West side of ( Main Street and bounded 'on the North, by the right-of-way of the Cemetery j Association and Thomas Minter on the j West, containing SEVENTEEN AC-j RES, niors or less, improved with a small building now occupied by the Cembe*-3s:jd Yslley Telephone Company Exchange. 'i " - oroperty will be offered in lots and as a whcle and sold in whichever way it shall prove most advantageous i to the estate. Sale to commence a: 1:30 P. M.. when attendance will be given and terms made by the undersigned. ELIZABETH A. RETHER Administratrix and .f-gent for the faeirs of Dr. C. S. Keener, dec'd. I will be in my jcom on the Square over "Stallsmith's Store" on second floor, every Wednesday afternoon from 12.30 to 8 o'clock, where I will do fitting, or I will call on yon in your home, ac your convenience on anv" Thursday, upon receipt of p card. Please call and see the Spirelia corsets and corset aecessories. C. MYERS, New Oxford, Pa Spirella Corsetierre. 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 Jinest^ fabrics^n roll and vertical ^»1r%|f fii^, us a call. We have conie Ibafh^frescae- 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 \ve offer. RALSTONS shoes for men, RADCLIFF for women, BUSTER BROWN for children. PUBLIC SALE of Fine Household Goods at York Springs On SATURDAY, OCTOBER lSth.1913 The undersigned will sell at her residence in York Springs the following ot of nee Household Goods. Upright Chickering piano in perfect condition, one drop leaf Singer sewing machine not used hard and in good condition, solid walnut plush covered oarlor suit, 75 vards Brussels carpet, 2 complete bed room suites, roll top desk, hall rack with mirror, side board, 3 day clock, beds, wash stands, lot of fine mattresses and springs, childs crib, high chairs, extension table, leaf table, refrigerator with top and mirror, stands, six cane seated chairs, 7 dining room chairs, parlor and kitchen chairs, rockers, bureau, wardrobe, clothes tree, lot of glassware, dishes, cooking utensils, iron pots, pans, mirrors, pictures, carpets, mattings sad !rons,~window shades and screens, c. £c. Sale bes^ns at 12 o'clock. Terms by M. MINERVA TRIMMER. L. Lerew. Aucu Executrix. Wm. H. Smith and J. Harvey Neely, Clerks- , O . Cor. Square and Carlisle St. F. F. lucDcrmitt. cf Highland ! ship, will have a. stock sale on March ' 9th, consisting of horses r cattle and . hogs---advertisement i ! FOR SALE: several choice building 1 lots fronting on South street Apply George P. Biack. --advertisement NOTICE ~ D-tters ot administration on the estate of Harry J. Carban-dt. htte of Freedom Tov.jiflmv, Adsu!i= O»:tmy. Pa.. «leeea a e«.l* having 'm-vn rr:tntecl to the nn.lersiKned residiisir i" Fr"el»ii! Tounth-p, ail persons ia'if-bte-1 to sail I Estate are reqnestc'l to make isimn-iliat'i payment, and those bavintc claims will present them for settlement, to J. Lnther £cou,~Aimi nistraior or, D- P. ^IcFherson, Attorney Business Bi ta Inj \\i ttinjis joi vti. NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capacity 400 Room* with bath cm rait* flam it McConomy, Prop'*. Specials for this week. 5 Double sheets tangle foot fly paper for oc. 3-5c packages safety matches for lOc. Trimmer's 5 and 10. --IF-von want a weekly papar get 'THE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS More local reading matter than a»y other paper published. Price $1.00 per year. 'CHAS. 8. MUMPER --Fir* Proo£ Storage-- Warehouie for Farnitnr* and Household Goods atored any length of tim«. BICE PRODUCE COMPANY Highest Ca«h Prices PaM-for all --FARM PRODUCE-- Umder Times Office, Gettysburg. W. H. TIPTON --Photoprapher-- Gettysburg Soureairi * = HOME = OF = FIN£ = CLOTHE,S" gasBSsasassgsaBsajBazsassggEgaggas^ We want you to make our place your headquarters on this great day; meet your friends here; feel at home. Don't fail to attend Hundreds of people will meet here and you should be one of them. We are going to do our Tiest to entertain you; besides that we a special reduction in many different articles throughout our great stock, Tvhich Is the largest ever shown in tlds section- Below Specials for "Farmers' Day"' only. 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 S 10.00. Soecial for this day only--a beautiful $2.50 Silk or Net Waist with every Suit above 513.50. Ladies' Long Coats §5.00 to S50.00. Children's Long Coats. $1-50 to $15.00. Special 10 per cent reduction on all Coats. DRESSES DRESSES TII this line we have broken all previous records. You will find them here in Silks, Messalines. Brocaded Velvet, Serges. Ratines, etc. SPECIAL FOR THIS DAY Beautiful Silk Dresses, in all colors- $5.98. All-wool Serge Dress, $4.50. Ladies' full-length Flannelette Underskirt at 25c. this great affair, are going to give are a few of the I I wr S Men's Department OVERCOATS AND SUITS We have a line of them equal to that shown by any large city store, and made by such great builders of Men's Qothing as Hart Schaffner Marx, Kuppenheimer and Alco Svstera. 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. Umbrelias 200 $1.00 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 S10 set of Furs; for the best cake baked in Gettysburg, a $10 set of Furs; for the 3 largest Irish potatoes. $5 Coat Sweater; for the three largest ears of corn, $3 Hat: for the boy bringing in a cage with the largest number of live rats, 82.50 Coat Sweater. Contestants for the last prize must agree to remove their "exhibits' 1 . g c WILL BUY Balk Hpples and Potatoes Top Prdee for CUhcat Iiime, Coal Aspers Milling and Produce Co. Apers, Pa. NEW GARDEN AUDITORIUM Hanover Street Koller skatin? every ni^bt and special session every Saturday aiternoon. Special care will be given to ladies aad children. Admission andslcates 150. Night admission IDC. skates ^r i 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. HiiHranniiHinBHiHHHHHiniinninminnininniiiiramiiurauiiiraiiiinHniriiiiminiiHmug TREES FOR SALE j 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. Spongier | = to In. t3a.e OOS^TIISST for tlb.e O U S E R S A C H S "THE HOME OF FIXE CLOTHES" GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. I S S i · : linimiimiJHHiHnn nniniiinHiHniinniininnHniinnuinnnniinj imnnRnouini HATS ;: f-,:f f '.;?^;- WINTER Shoes Rubbers C. B. KITZMILLER, Store open until 8 p. TO.

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