The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 20, 1913 · Page 2
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Monday, October 20, 1913
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W O O L T E Coat Week * *5? A Wooltex motor coat The woman who wears this Wooltex coat is doubly protected. She is on the safe side of style and sure to be comfortable whatever the weather. Good to wear to football games, too--or anywhere, for that matter. SON \ PUBLIC SALE j FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st. 1913. 1 The undersigned -will have Public Sale at his residence in Cumberland township, one and a half mile from Gettysburg:, along the Fairfield roac" the f allowing personal properly. Three pair of mtiles coming 2 years old, well mated and will make fine mules, 1 bay mare 5 years old, will work wherever hitcheC and feerless of all objects, any woman can drive her, also a good leader, 1 bay mare colt coming 3 years ojd. 5 head of milk cows, all Fall or Winter cows, some fresh by day of sale. ; Sale 10 begin promptly at 1 o'clock. A credit of ten months will be given - on notes with approved security. 4 per * cent, off -for eash- I DANIEL CROUSE. ' Caldwell, Auctioneer. ·Miller, Clerk. ! Singer and Wheeler Wilson SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE BY D. B. SNYDER Gettysburg. Pa. ·Oil and Needles" I -n ill be i: Cict ty isb u every Tnetda a. t Pe n ro s e Myers' Je\\elr\ Store. MADE FOR YOUNG MEN ^ · i W E have a host of good things this year specially made for Young Men-- new styles for College and Business Wear--not a single old-fogey idea about them. These are the Clothes you wint, and ought to have, if yon \\ant to be in style they're ri«ht; and they're m:i«jt; rijtht, bv tailors who know more-abot. juaktax-jMHidltlloihes-- and stylish Clothes than any one eke in the business. . » · ·'·"·m:-»"Hj ::!i»mum: ·:'! ·, Genuine Schloss-tailored Clothes like these are ahiavs preferred by men -who know good tailoring, -and good values, and who \\aiit to be stylishly dressed, Come in and fate 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 st. Gettysburg. ·\r. H.DIXKL.E! I!Grad.of Ootics.29 Pomfert St.Carlisle.i - ; 1 GETTYSBURG MARKETS \ Prices at the Gettj-Hbur^ «arehonse cor j reeted daily by C. Milton^Wolf, Jr , Sue ! cessor to J. Geo. \VoSfs Sou.- Co. ! Per Bn I New Dry "Wheat 85! SewEar Corn W- Rye G5i Oats -i-5; WESTERN MARYLAND LINES Last Excursion to IURIIK C1VEBHS JSATUBBJIT,OCT08ER21,1913 Round Trip $2.00 RETAIL PRICES Per IOC- j Badger Dairy Feedl $1.351 Coarse Spring Bran l.Sc| Hand Packed Bran 1.40! Corn and Oats Chop 1.4c ' Shoemaker Stock Food i.451 . _ _. _ White :viiddiinKs 1.6= i Fast Special irain Leaves Red 3iiddlings 1.50 j ,IvT H ? y /.:::::::::":-.::::::;:i:?S! Gettysburg 8:o? A. M. Baled rftra'.r ^ 60 Plaster f. .50 per ton. Cement 1.40 per bbll Per hb!. Flour £4.80 S \Vest-ern Flour 6.C«j ,, _ -.-. - ,,. ,, , Per I»K Best 1 ime or Year to Make Returning leaves Luray 5:30 P. M. Wheat .......................... ?1.00i Com !»|Trip . =i| c Consult Local Ticket as ............... ........ - . - n Oats ....................... 5--' Agents. Most Farmers Do not object to their neighbors and friends hunting on their land or to any others who have due regard for their property, but all farmers do object to the hunter who tramples dcwn grain, tears down fences and does damage. The surest way to protect yourself is to placard your property. Cardboard trespass signs 5 cents each, 6 for 25c; muslin signs IDC each. 3 for 250. And in order to keep undesirable hunters from coming out to your land and possibly disregard such signs, the best thing you could do would be to place your name in our.trespass list. Fifty cents for the entire season. The Gettysburg Times H T = OF = FINE, = CLOTHES 99 52535552 m We wast 3'ou 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 will meet here and yoir should be one of them.-We are going to~do our-best to entertain TOO; 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. ^ 2532S 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 $40.00. Special for this da3' only--a beautiful $2.50 Silk or Net Y\~aist with every Suit above ? 13.50. Ladies' Long Coats S5.00 to S50.00- Children's Long Coats, Sl-50 to S15.00. Special It) per cent reduction on all Ccats. 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 Clothing as Hart Schaffner Marx, Kuppenheinier and Alco Svstem. Everv one guaranteed--prices from $12.00 to $30.00. Special for this day onh'--10 per cent, reduction on all Suits or Coats. SWEATERS DRESSES DRESSES | f or the whole family---iust the kind you are In this line we have broken all previous ] looking for, from 50c to S10.00. i oa will find them here in Silks, Messalines. Brocaded Velvet. Serges. Ratines. SPECIAL FOR THIS DAY Beautiful Silk Dresses, in all colors- S5.98. All-wool Serge Dress. $1-50. Ladies" "full-length Flannelette Underskirt at 25c- Farmer's Day Work Shirt Special--regular 50c Shirt, 4-3c. Umbrellas 200 $1.00 Umbrellas for G9c each- Many other things that -«e do not have room to mention. ^ Prizes For Farmers' Day, Saturday, October 18. {s 5| For the best cake baked outside of Gettysburg, a $10 set of Furs: for § §3 the best cake baked in Gettysburg, a -S10 set of Furs; for the 3 largest g S Irish potatoes. S-5 Coat Sweater; for the three largest ears of com, $3 Hat; K 5 for the boy bringing in a cage with the largest number of live rats. 82.50 R 3 Coat Sweater. Contestants for the last prize must agree to remove their Rj S "exhibits". I W to bog tlie tMnjjs goo use! NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capacity Booms witfc bath em mitt ft McConoaij, Prop'*. --IF-yon want a weekly paper get THE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS More local reading matter than aay other paper published. Price $1.00 per year. "Watch our ·windows for Farmers' Day premiums. Lots of things Trimmer's Big 5 and 10 Cent Store at special prices for the week- CHAS. 8. MUMPEB --Fir* Proof Storag*-- Warehoaae for Fornltor* and Household Goods ·tortd any length of tim*. RICE PRODUCE COMPANY Highest Cath Price* Paid for all --FARM PPvODUCE-- i 11 Uader Time* Office, Gettysbnrg. W. H. TBPTON --Photoprmphez-- Soirrexlr* iininiiiiiinniHniniiimniiiiniiiiiiiiuniiniiiHiiinniHiiiHiiiiiiiiimniiininiiinniiiaiiiiinimniiiiic: *IJ WILL BUY j 5ji Bulk flpples and Potatoes | Top Pmce lot* CClheat 1 s , Coal I22L tli.e i O U S E R SACHS! Aspers Milling and Produce Co. Apers, Pa. "THE HOME OF FIXE CLOTHES GETTYSBURG. PENNSYLVANIA. NEW GARDEN AUDITORIUM Hanover Street Roller skating every night and special session every Saturday afternoon. Special care will be given to ladies and children. Admission and skates I5C. Night admission loc. skates 15 c Forthebenffit of those wishing to learn to dance the Two. Step, Waltz, Spanish Boston, Ostende Boston, Extreme Boston, and other dances, Mr.'G. E. Rookhultz '17 will form a , class Thursday afternoon October gth. 1913, at 4 p. m.

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