The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 21, 1913 · Page 2
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October 21, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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Read the Wooltex advertisement that appears in The Delineator The Designer The Woman's Magazine, that will arrive at your home today. Then come here and see yourself in the beautiful Wooltex coats and suits illustrated in these magazines. G. W. WEAVER SON I Effective Jon* 15, 1918. THE WESTERMIARTLAHD RAIL!AT 8:05 A. M. Daily Except Sunday for Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. 10:35 A. M. Daily for Hagerrtown, Wsynesboro, Chambersburg^an- cock, Cumberland, EUrin» and Points West. , ,, ^ 12:55 P. M. for York and Intermediate Points - ,, 6:50 P. M. Dafly for Baltimore, Han-| 6:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersbarg, Sbippens- berg and Hancock,Pittsburgh amd all points West. Sunday Only. 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, Baltimore and intermediate «ta- tiona, over, and Intermediate Points. FOR SALE White Chester sow and nine Robert A. Harner R3, Gettysburg- Greeimioui t I will be in Get t y s J i. every Ttiesda a t l*e n ro s e MADE FOR YOUNG MEN W E have a host of good things this ye»r specially made for Young Men-- new styles for College and Business Wear--not a single old-fogey idea about them. These are tbe Clothes you w^nt, aud ought to liave. if 500 want to be in style they're right; and they're nwde right, bv tailors who know more abot uuakiug good Clothes-- aud stvlish Clothes-^--than auy oue else ittUje^biKhites, 'r \ ' ' ~ ·' Genuine Schloss-tailored Clotiies like these are always preferred bv wen who know good tailoringj; amljjpoJ values, and who want to be stylishly dressed, ^ Come in aud see tLe new things. ' ' "" " ·""*'' ' sn »·£' '· * '» 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 Jew elry Score. AV. II. DINKLE · Grad.of Optics,29 Pomf ert St.Carlisle. TO BflLiTIODORE The p--pillar annual Excursion by the Salem U. _ B. Church will be run Thusrday Oct. 23,1913. | Special i rain will leave Fairfield at 6.45; Gettys- I burg 7.15: Nc\v Oxford 7 57^ Hanover 7.53: stopping | at atl intci ;n--Jiatfc; stations. Train from East Berlin p will conn ct. No stops made below Hanover. Return- | ing leaves Hiilen Station. Baltimore, 7 o'clock. | COMMITTEE. - i SSSEEiSSSESS PUBLIC SALE OF LUMBER A^D AVOOD On Tuesday, October 21. 1913. The undersigned will sc-H on the_ Alex Hinies farm, now owned by W.D. Jacobs in Keadins township, on road leading from Heldiersbtinr to Hampton, the iol!- owinjt lumber and -nood. beins; all the standing: and down timber on the place: 25.000 feet of Boards and Scantlinjr. 2x4, :)x4. 4x4. full edsre. all lengths up to 20 GETTTSBUKG MARKETS Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse corrected daily by C. Milton \Voif, Jr., Successor to J. Geo- Wolf's Sons Co. Per Bn New Dry Wheat S5 SewEar Com 60 Rye Oais 45 i WESTERN MARYLAND LINES Last Excursion to LURtT CAVERHS FURNITURE RETAIL PRICES Per 100 j ...$1.35! feet. 65 cords of white "oak and hickory' Rye Chop Slab Wood, cut 12 inches long, 20 acres Baled Straw of uncut tree tops in lois to suit purchasers, chips, chunks and saw dust. The Badger Dairy JFeed? Coarse Spring Bran 1.3£i Sand Packed Bran 1-40 j Corn and Oats Chop 1.4?; Shoemaker Stock Food 1 - 4o ii- White Middlings 1.6£:rast Red Middlings 1-50 Timofchy Hay 90 Having discontinued our Stove business on accouist of not having room to handle we are now turning all our time and efforts to the furniture business .both modern and antique. At this time we are well stocked have one of the best lots of goods that we have liad for some time. This week we are jjiving special prices all over the house. Buy now and save a good discount for yourself. Charles S, Mumper Co. 60 per ton. Cement -~- - $1.40 per bbll Per * ' ' Plaster rishc to remove the timber is given to April!,1915 Sale to begin at 1 o'clock, Flour I4.SO I'.M. 90 days credit on aU SUMS of?5 and j Western Floor .^..6.00 o\er. notes'being given tuth appro\edj Per bn 'ftneat ?1 00 Shelled Corn tecunty. J. A. TAVTSEY. J/M. Caklwell. Auct. P. A. Miller.. Clerk. New Ear Com - jXewOats 3| »,,,, .^ l\V=au-n Oats.. 5T[ Agents. Round Trip $2.00 Special Train Leaves Gettysburg 8:07 A. M. Returning leaves Luray 5:30 P. M. Best Time of Year to Make Trip Consult Local Ticket TREES FOR SALE i I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready 1 i for planting that, i will sell at n asonable prices n small or large lots. G. E. Spangler luHiaiH«ti!HiHii»i (UHiuunummiimimiimimu uiumiiiininm iitniiuuiiiimiiHiiiinnni IIHIR SPECIAL! SPECIAL!! ^r 8 : i* I : : i OWING TO LACK OF ROOM WE HAVE DECIDED TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE LINE OF LADIES' MISSES and CHILDREN'S SHOES and RUBBERS to bug He tliiogs joa used. NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capacity 400 Boom* with bath em rait* flam 4 McConomy, Prop'*, "Watch our ·windows for Farmers" Day premiums. Lots of things Trimmer's Big 5 and 10 Cent Store a't special prices for the week. --IF-yon want a weekly pap« get "THE ADAMS COUNTS NEWS More local reading matter tbaa amy other paper published. Price $1.00 per year. i CHAS. 8. MUMPEB --Yin Proof Storage-^ ~ Warehouse for Furnitar* and Hotusehold Gooda atortd any length of tint*. RICE PEODUCE COMPANY Highert Caah Prlcei Paid for aH --FARM PBODUCE-- Umder Time* Offlce, Gettysburg. W. H. TIPTON --Photopraphar-- Gettysburg Sotrraalri i at reduction of 20 per cent. This is your opportunity, auiiiniiiinniinniiiiiiiiniiiiinnininmiHiiiHiiiiiiiiniHiiiinnniiHiiiiwiniiimiininiiHiniinniiniu WILL BUY | Bulk Apples and Potatoes | Top Priee fop COheat f Iiime, Goal | I Aspers Milling and Produce Co. j I Apers, Pa. s I ;^1 SmuraiiirarnHmnininimiranini'iiinnmnninmnrainiinramniininirainfflraniniininnKiipff I F U N K H O U S E R SACHS L 'THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES" GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. NEW GARDEN AUDITORIUM n" Hanover Street Roller =katiuK evcrv night and special session every Saturday afternoon. Special care will be given to ladies and children. . Admission and skates I5C. Night admission ice. skates i$c F o r t h e b e n f f i t 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.

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