The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 17, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Friday, October 17, 1913
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BHSB^ G. W. WEAVER 'SON THE LEADERS 2nd Annual Farmers' Day In order to add to the interest f or _the day we . wffl give Special Prices on items from each department that will rule for that day only. _ g · · ^ · · n -- Ready-io-Wear Department Corset Department Carpet Department Glove Department Domestic Department Men's Underwear Department Ladies' Underwear Department Hosiery Department Silk Department Dress Goods Department These special prices are all new this season's goods. A number of other items at less than value prices. All our $1.00 Waists at 79cts. Eight or ten styles, Tailored, Lingerie, Embroidered and Flannel. A New $1.00 Corset at 79cts. This is a Ne\v Corset for our stock called "The Miller," is special value at $1.00 in quality and fit. In order to introduce it 79 cents for "Farmers' Day," A Dusdess Mop and Bottle of Oil for $1.19--worth $1.69. A New 50cL Ladies' Chamoisette Glove for 39Cts. 40cL Mercerized Table Damask at 31 cts. Tiiis is an exceptional value, only 5 pieces 100 Bay State White Counter-panes worth $1.25 "Farmers' Day" only 95cts. 121 -2ct Downy Fleece 9cts. beautiful patterns in great variety for kimonas,£c 50ct. Fleece Shirts and Drawers 39cts. These are full weighc goods and must not be confounded with the ordinary 5oct. goods 50cL Malino Union Suits 39cts. All sizes from 4 to S. No buttons or button holes -fits and fits snugly all over. Our regular Ladies 7 15ct. Black or Tan Hose-11 cts. Not over 4 pairs to a customer. 36Tnch$1.00 Silk Poplin or Faille, at 85cts' This is a variety of street or house shades. A very beautiful fabric for gown use. 44 Inch Colored]and Black Whip Cords-85cts- This is in very fashionable and servicabie fabric. PUBLIC SALE of Valuable Building Lots in the Borough of Biglerville, Adams County, Pennsylvania. On Friday the 24th dav of October, 1313, the undersigned, being the widow and Agent for the heirs of Dr. CS. Kether, late of the Borough of Biglerville, County of Adams, and State of Pennsylvania, deceased, will offer at public sale on the premises in the Borough of Bigterville the following described real estate: All that niece, parcel and tract of land situate in the Borough of Biglerville. Adams County, Pennsylvania, 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-sray of the Cemetery Assoeiation and Thomas Minter on the West, containing SEVENTEEN ACRES, more or less, improved with a : small building now occupied by the Cumberland Valley Telephone Com' pany Exchange. ;~ This property \viH be offered in lots · and as a whole and sold in whichever way it shall prove most advantageous to the estate. i Sale to commence a; 1:30 P. M., when attendance will be given and terms made knovm by the undersigned. · ELIZABETH A. RETHER 'Administratrix and -*-gent for the i Heirs of Dr. C. S. Rether. dee'd. PUBLIC SALE of Fine Household Goods at York Springs On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18th,l913 The undersigned will sell at her residence in York Springs the foUowin- lot of fine Household Goods. Upright Chickering piano in perfect op leaf Singer sewing condition, one drop _ machine not used hard and in good! condition, solid \valnat plush covered j parlor suit, 75 yards Srussels carpet, 1 . 2 complete bed room suites, roll top · ! desk, hall rack with mirror, side board, j ·S day clock, beds, wash stands, lot eij^-, : fine " mattresses and springs, childs! |g crib, high chairs, extension table, leaf £| · table, refrigerator \v:th top and mir-1 gj : ror. stands, six cane seated chairs, 7 i ~§ I dining room chairs, parlor and kitchen y ; chairs, rockers, bureau, wardrobe, f§ {clothes tree, lot of glass-.vare. dishes, g j cooking- utensils, iron pots, pans, mir- j ^ S rors. pictures, carpets, mattings sad i A \ irons." window shades and screens. c. j £= c. Sale begins at 12 o'clock. Terms by M. MINERVA TRIMMER. I_ Lerew. Auct. Executrix. . H- Smith and J. Harvev Neely, Clerks. MADE FOR YOUNG MEN W E have a host of good things this yevr specially made for Young Men-- new styles for College and Business Wear -- not a single old-fogey idea about them. ~ -- ^ Th««o are the Clothes yon wi.rit,"anl''"o!Ss£hc* ! to"haY«'. if yon want to be m style - they're rijjht; and tliey're made right, by tailors who know more abot making ^ood Clothes -and-stylish Clothes - tlian aay one else in the 'business, Genuine Schloss-tailored Clothes like these a*f always prefenvd by men who know good tailoring, and goo! valu-«. and who \raiit to be stylishly dressed, Come in aud see % the new things. SWEATERS For everybody from 50 cents to $7.00. UNDERWEAR For all the members of the family' O. H. Lestz We give S.H. Green Trading Stamps Cor. Sqare and Carlisle sL Gettysburg - ADMmSTRATOirS NOTICE C Notice is hereby jnven t!.at Letters of j j Administration upon the estate of Sarah j r J. Ree«l, late of the borough of Fainwld, j ? Adams Countv. i'eiU!V« v ' in ' a deceased, 'were granted "by the Ketrister of Will? of Adams Co«rJy on September 10th, ?,. umo ilw nn'tersi^neil. Ail Per;? indebted to paid v =tate nrr- required !'· make payment v.uh-mt ·t-::i\ and all iirclait!!- :i_rai!i-t the same :i*e reiuirei to prteent them, prop.'rlv ! authenticated, without delay. SPCIAL PR.ICE.S on heaters and ranges for FARMERS' DAY ONLY. Results as well as appearance are what count in a heater. The stoves pictured here are amonir onr tx«t =elier;= "More Iieat with less cosl" is "what- Is claimwl for them, we have the size f suit Tour requirements. Gome to oar vrareroo'su and look at tur-rn. Hot air Furnaces in_stock- ready t»/ install. H T 7 · JL · Wareroom ui building formerly occupiel by Straw Stacker Co., in i ear of old Reading freight Depot. ]. Arthur So-iader, Administrator. " " Fainield, Tenaa. Or his attorney, John L». Keith. Est;-, tXat Uettv?bunr. Fenna. Business to bog tp tilings jo = OF = FINE, = CLOTHE,S" 22^5i^ ^- e w^nt you to make our place your headquarters on this great day; meet your friends here; feel at homeTDon t fail to attend this great affair. Hundreds of people will 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" only. jpc:s=^p:gj^^.,jO-i-J.J l .^g^--'v^ : ^-^T-- : ? :: '-^-g-s' tp; * Ladies' Department CLOAKS SUITS This Department is full of the vcrv newest creations, with an individual style for evcrv woman. 'Gnaranteed All-Wool Suits. $10.00 to Special for this day only--a beautiful S2.-50 Silk or Xet Waist with everv Suit above $13.50. Ladies* Long Coats $5.00 to $50.00. Children's Long Coats. $1.50 to $15.00. Special 10 per cent reduction on all Coats. Men's Department OVERCOATS AND SUITS We have a line of them equal to that shown by any large city store, and made by ^uch great "builders of Men's Clothing , as Hart Schaffner Mar?:, Kuppenheimer and 1 \lco System. Every one guaranteed--prices I 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 In this line \v-e have broken all previous 1 looking for, from 50c to $10-00. ;rds. Yen will find them here in Silks. Farmers Day Work Shirt Special--rc- r e c . 3!essaIIr.cs. Brocaded Velvet. Serges. Ratines, SPECIAL FOR THIS DAY Beautiful Silk Dresses, in all colors, S5.S8. \«l-vtoo1 Senre Dress, ?4.50- Ladies"^ ftiil-Iength Flannelette Underskirt at 25c. i gular 50c Shirt, 43c- ] 200 $1-00 Umbrellas for 69c each. i Many other things that we do not have 1 room to mention. Prizes For Farmers' Day, Saturday, October 18. For the be?t cake baked outside of Gettysburg/a SlO set of Fur=; for 5 the be?t cake baked in Gettysburg-a $10 set of rurs; for the Z largest % Irish potatoes. $5 Coat Sweater: for the three largest ears of corn. $3 Hat; 5j for the boy bringing in a cage with the largest number of live rat, S2.50 ~ C^at Sweater. Contestants for the last prize must agree to r "exhibits". agree to remove their NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capacity 400 Room* with b»th ** »ott« Ham * McConomy, Prop's. yon want a weekly paper get | THE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS 1 More local reading matter than I mmy other paper pabliihed. l- - Price $LOO per ~ " ~~ ! CHAS. S. MDMPEB Watch our windows for Farm-j --Fire Proof 8tormg«- ers'Dav premiums. Lots of things IWarehcmw for Fnraitar* and " " _ ,, , r-t. ! Tr__-Vk«T^ flstruia mtftf^A Trimmer's Big 5 and 10 Cent Store j Household Goods «tor*d at special prices for the week- EICE PRODUCE COMPANY Highest Cash Price* Paid for «D --FABM PRODUCE-- Uader Time* Office, Gettysburg. any length of tint*- W. H. TIPTON --Photoprapbtr-- Gettyibnrg SoaT»mIr» WILL BUY Bulk Rpples and Potatoes . Top Priee for CUheat , Goal Aspers Milling and Produce Co. * Apers, Pa. Gr-jEI 1 IZ-L tlb-e OCOSrOTISST for t"n.e GARDEN AUDITORIUM Hanover Street THE HOME OF FIXE CLOTHES S A C H S GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. Roller rfcting every nWft and special Special care will be given to ladies and Admission and skates 1 5 c. Night adm 1SS1 on RTTENTION Forthebcnffit of those wish.TM ; to , skates I D class Thursday October

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