The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 24, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Friday, October 24, 1913
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55^^ ll s : w I I w I s C. I Weaver f Son-C. I Weaver Son THE LEADERS Now Is The Time To Buy F U R S -*·»-» *·*' . - ' . ' . Eff«CtfT» JM* 14.1H m WESTERN IARTLAMB BAIL?AT 8:06 A. M. Duly Except Sunday for 1 Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. 10:35 A. JL Daily for BafentoWB, Wayneaboro, Chambersburg.Haa- cock, Cumberland, Elkins a*d Point* West. _ 12:55 P. M- for York and Intermediate Points 6:50 P. M. Daily for Baltimore, Han- 6:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B and H. Division Point* to Highfield, also Hmgerstown, Wayne*- boro, Chambersburg, Shippensburg and Hanccck,Pitt«burgh and all point* West. '°" J *'' S '" Sufey Oaly. 7:13 New Oxford, HamoTer, York, Baltimore and intermediate ata- tiona. over, and Intermediate Points. "Every Woman Looks WeU In FURS" This is a great quotation from a great writer and the truth of it cannot be questioned. There is nothing which adds so much to the attractiveness of a woman's appearance as a beautiful fur neck piece with muff to match. Just now our stock of FURS is very complete of goods made up during the Summer season when furriers do their best work and use their best skins--in the very newest shapes in both MUFFS and NECK PIECES. We are just now showing a very fine assortment of MUFFS and NECK PIECES in a new finish called ABORIA--beautiful black---lustrous--wear and color guaranteed--Imitations--(good imitations too), of Black Fox, Lj'nx. c. ABORIA FUR is one-half the price of black fox, and quarter the price of black Lynx, (Black fox and black lynx cannot be guaranteed no matter \vhat you pay for them.) ABORIA GREY KITT FOX--made up in the same styles as the black at one-third the price of the genuine.- All these furs are lined with guaranteed linings. ·F YOTT HAVE IN MIND BUYING A FUR COAT THIS SEASON COME TO US WE WILL HAVE THEM, COME HERE AND SAVE FROM §5.00 to S10. FOR SALE White Chester sow and nine pig*. Robert A. Harner R 3, G ttjsburg- Near Greenuionrt I will be in Get t y e 1 i e\ ery Tue?da a t P e n r o s f - Myerb' Jewelry Store. G d f O ti .29 Pomfert S^Carlisle »·*· Real Estate *, We have in and about Gettysburg several pro- j- perties for sale which would make nice homes or would clear about nine per cent on the money invest ed if rented. If you want to sell or rent your real *^ ^ j- estate, no matter where located, or if-"you want'to buy or exchange any kind : of real estate, call on or % : address. si, Troxell Swisher Real estate Agents *!_ *»^ 104 Baltimore Street - Gettysburg, Pa. flllUI .»·'»·""""· TREES FOR SALE I I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready i for planting that, I will sell at re asonable prices in i small or large lots. " § G. E. Spangler | ;iiiiiiiiHitni lEiHiiiiiiiiiuiiu mitiiutiuiitiii! iiuiiuuui: iiinB don't £et many Ralstofu GETTTSBUEG MARKETS Prices at the Gettysburg warehoose corrected daily by C. Jl'tlton Wolf, Jr., Successor to J. Geo. \Volfs Sons Co. Per Bn 5Tew Dry "Wheat ?5 SewEar Com 60 Rje fe-5 Oate ^..-15 RETAIL PRICES Per 100 Badger Dairy Feed 1 $1-35 Coarse Sprinjr Bran 1-3-Hand Packed Bran 1-40 Com and Oats Chop ..145 Shoemaker Stock Food 145 White Middlings 1-bc Red Middlings 1-50 Timothy H*y 90 Rye Chop i -. 1.' Baled Straw ^.,.f-. | 60 Plaster ? - - .~i- -2* %?7.SO per ton Public Auction Saturday October 25., At one o'clock, on Centre Square. Float $4-SO Western Flour P-CC Per bn Wheat $1.001 ?hellen Corn **5 Isevr Ear Corn,. . w . ^5 XewOats -i^_..£... ^ 5-5 ^^^ w J*^l... ._*.r.... 5? All sorts of Hou£- v ^!d goods. Because of t h e i r downright s t u b - borness in refusing to wear out, Ralstons five every man ''value received." Altho decidedly aristocratic in appearance, Ralstons are really economical shoes to wear. Their "up keep" is small. They make friends of every one except the cobblers. Our personal guarantee of satisfaction goes with every pair. Fall styles, $4.00 to 56.00. _ O. H. Lestz Cor. Square . Carlisle St. WESTERN MARYLAND LINES Last Excursion to L U I U Y C A V E R N S Chas. S. Mumper and Co. Round Trip $2 00 Fast 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 1 Agents. SPECIAL! SPECIAL!! OWING TO LACK OF ROOM WE HAVE DECIDED TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE | LINE OF S : LADES' MISSES and CHILDREN'S J SHOES and RUBBERS Gettysburg Business Director!; tfer* to bflij fye things JOB nee! NEW EAGLE HOTEL Capadtj 400 Rooms with bath mm. «olU fljun it McConomy, Prop'*. yon want a weekly paper' get THE ADAMS COUNTY NEWS More local reading matter than amy other paper published. Price $1.00 per year. CHAS. 8. MUMPER Watch onr -windows for Farm- j --Fire Proof Storage-- ers' Day premiums. Lots of tilings j WareluraM for Furniture and Trimmer's Big 5 and 10 Cent Store j ' Household Goodt atored at special prices for the week. i any length of time. BICE PRODUCE COMPANY Highest Caah Prices Paid for an --FASM PBODTJCE-- Dmder Times Office, Gettysburg- W. H, TIPTON --Photoprapner-- Gettysburg Sonrealrs at reduction of 20 per cent, . This is your opportunity, WILL BUY Balk flpples and Potatoes Top Pinee for CClheat lume, Goal, ^^r^j^z^m^^^^^^W^f^y^^^^^^^K^^^^^fM J F U N K H O U S E R s "THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES' S A C H S I : M ^B^Hk ^^P^^V Aspers Mflling and Produce Co. | : - Apers,Pa. ~ I GARDEN Allif ORIUM Hanover Street GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. Roller skatinjr every TM£* a«d special season «ery Satnr^ay afternoon. Special care will be given to ladies and children. Admission and skates 150, Night admission ioc. skates 150 For the benefit 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. 1913, at 4 p. m... L \\ SPAFLk

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