The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 28, 1913 · Page 2
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October 28, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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_ ^^_^^^^_^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^»^^^^^^^-- ^^--^--^ ^ ^ l C. i; Van t Son-C. IK. tat £ Son THE LEADERS Now Is The Time To Buy F U R S 'Effective June 15, 1*1S. f BE f ESTEEM MAEYiAKD RMLfA! 8:05 A. M. Baily Except Sunday for Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points- ^^ 10:35 A- iL Daily for Hsgeratown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg,Hamcock, Cumberland, £lkin» and Points West- ,, 12:55 P. M.'for York and Intermediate Points __ 5:50 P. M. Daily for Baltimore, Han- 6:58 P'. M. Da3y except Sunday for B and H. Division Points to High- fceld, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg, Sbippens- burg and HancoekPittsburgh amd all points West. Sunday Only. 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, Baltimore and intermediate station*, over, and Intermediate Point*. FOR SALE Modern nine room house Heat and all conveniences. Lot 40x232 fr* Terms to suit purchaser. J, B. Hamilton Real Estate We have in and about Gettysburg several properties 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 estate, no matter where located, or if yoii want tol buy or exchange any kind of real estate, call on 6r . address. Troxell Swisher Real estate Agents 104 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. 9 -i uaiiiiiimm;ui'Uiii!uiua I i JSTI Trill be in ; = Get c y s b a r K] = every Tuesday 5 = a t i'e a r o » · ; = Mver=* Jewelri j iE Store. I = TV. TREES FOR SALE I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready for planting that, I \\ill sell at n asonable prices in small or large lots. G. E. Spangler ·iiiiimuimmimimiii iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii iHHHiiiiiiiiiwi mmmim Because of t h e i r d o w n r i g h t s t u b - borness in refusing to wear out, Ralstons give every man "value received." Altho decidedly aristocratic in appearance, Ralstons are really economical shoes to wear. Their "up keep" is small. They m a k e friends o£ \ every one except the. \ cobblers. Our personal guarantee of satisfaction goes with every pair. Fall Stylet, 54.00 to 56.00. O. R Lestz Cor. Square St- * GraJ.of Optics,29 Pomfert Sc.,Carlisle. j "Every Woman Looks Well 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 appearance as a beautiful fur neck piece with muff to match/ Just now cur stock of FURS is very complete of goods made up during the Summer season when furriers do their best work and use their best s^STthe very newest shapes in both MUFFS and NECK PIECES. We are ju^t 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, Lynx, £c. 4BORIA 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 what vou pav for them.) ^ ^ i ABORIA GREY KITT FOX--made up in the same styles as the black nt one-third the price of the genuine. 411 these furs are lined with guaranteed linings. IF YOU H-VYE IN MIND BUYING A FUR COAT THIS SEASON -COME TO US WE WILL HATE THEM, COME HERE AND SAVE FROM $3.00 to §10. GETTYSBUBG MARKETS Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse corrected dailvby C. Miiton Wolf, Jr., Sue- j cessor to J. Geo. \Volfs Sons Co. '5 Dry TVheat XewEar Corn Rye Oats PerBn j H m fi ,-- 1 ! ·^1 - RETAIL PRICES g Per I(X 1 Badger Dairy Feed ?l-3? j Coarse Sprine Bran 1-3-: , g Hand Packed Bran 1-^Sg Corn and Oats Chop I- 4 -" = s Shoemaker Stock Food 1-4= j g White Middlings 1.6c g _ Red Middlings - 1.50 S 5 TimothT H*y ^ i ft 1 Rye Chop - 1-70- ! Bided Straw ~ L 60 j Plaster ^'.50 per ton. *· Cement 51.40 per boll ' Per fob-L £lcTir -- 5-4.80 \Testem Fioux -= -~- 6.0C Per bn Wheat- - S-l-OD Siielle«i Orn -^ ^few Ear Com, -- 75 PUBLIC SALE Saturday Nov. 1,'13.1 o'clock p. m. Business Location In Arendtsville Borough Located on Main Street. : Consisting of brick house, frame store building, ice house, stable, engine house, hog pen and other outbuildings, at present occupied as a restaurant and confectionary but suitable for any business purpose. Bathroom, hot and cold water and light plant in building. Also Lot of ground fronting, 53 ft- on High Street unimproved. g The above properties -nill be offered at public sale on g the following terms and conditions. 10 per cent of the 1 purchase money cash or approved note, balance April -1st, |j 1914 when deed will be given subject -o 1 year lease pay- g ing $150 a year. N. L- MINTER. 's ·gp^gEffgnsEgJiapanSBra AUTOMOBILISTS llnie --aso.uie eutrice ~ nirc-. 'Jii.tr [*»uiiry tlepnrrurent of tile ilia-| tte'banJ sdwraioc and do 5 ool wort j nc^pw experiment stationsmmsiy rec-j If the nsUc Uuu of pulleys are nsefi.' omiaemN erarkwl com sooted several but it ^ou!d be parwioned ofT in a hours «E sUni. SOKT or butter milfe as an j room bv itself or at Sense bave the, esccHeac r-ation for fatteuin? poultry, exhanst* connected up outside. Tne . for market. It not only produces rap- · id irro-.vtb. buc keeps the,fovns " --' Have the Carbon removed . from your Cylinders by the new I | OXYGEN PRO" CESS. It can be done while you wait. We stand back of it with an absolute guarantee that if it is ! not entirely satisf aclory there e no charge. National Garage Co. smell of gasoline muse be kept aray , and in eood cotaiuon. U N K H O U S S A C H S ·THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES" GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. NFWSPAPFK!

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