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C. IK. Vcm t Son-C: II. Weaver Son THE LEADERS Now Is The Time To Buy F U R S I Effective June 15, 1913,THE WESTERS MARYLAND EAILWM 8:05 A. M. Daily Except Sunday Â»r Baltimore, Hanover, York mud Intermediate Points. 10:35 A- M. Daily for Hagersto-wn, Wavnesboro, ChambersburHan- cock, Cumberland, Elkma wid Points West. ,. . 12:55 P. M. for York and Intermediate Points . ,, 5:50 P. M. Daily for Baltimore, Han- 6:58 P- 3iL Daily except Sunday for B and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstown, Waynes. boro, Chamfaersborg, Shippens- biirg and Hancock^ittsburgn amd mil points West. Sunday Only. 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, Baltimore and intermediate stations, over, and Intermediate Points- I -will be i a j Get t y s b u r jr! every Tuesday, a t P e n r o s e j Myers 1 Jewelry) Store. | FURNITURE I! Harms discontinued our Stove business on account oi not having room to liandle we are now turning all our time and efforts to the uraiture business !oih modern and antique. At this time we are well stocked have one oi the best lots of goods that we have had lor some tiuie. ThJs v.eek %\e are giving special prices all over the house. Buy no\v tare a good discount lor youn-eif. -^ Charles- S. Mumper Co. Grad.of Opiics,29 Pomfert St-.Carlisle. 1" i GETTYSBUXG MARKETS \ "Every Woman Looks Well In FURS" This is a great quotation from a great writer and the truth of it cannot he questioned. . There is nothing which adds so much to the attractiveness of a woman a 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 PILCb. We are just now showing a very fine assortment of MUFFS and KECK PIECES in a new finish called ABORIA--beautiful black--lustrous--wear and color guaranteed--Imitations--(good imitations too)., of Black tox, Lvnx. Â£c- AJBORI4 FUR is one-half the price of black fox. and quarter tne price of black Lynx. (Black fox and black lynx cannot be guaranteed no matter W a A^BORIA^GREY KTTT FOX--made up in the same styles as the black at one-third the price of the genuine. 4JI the^e furs are lined with guaranteed linings. TF TOT* H^VE IN MIND BUYING A FUR COAT THIS SEASON COME TO US WE WILL HAVE THEM, COME HERE AND SAVE FROM S-5.00 to Â§10. Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse for- retted daily by C. Milton Wolf, Jr., Sue-', : cessor to J. Geo. Wolfs 3oa~ Co. | ! Per Bu s New Dry \Vheat- S5; Com 60 RETAIL PRICES j Per 100, Badger Dairy Feed ?i~5 Coarse Spring Bran l^v- Hand Packed Bran 1--40 Com and Oats Chop 1-^= Shoemaker Stock Food !Â·Â·*= White Middlings 1-5= Red MiddJiags 1-50 Rye Chop Baled Scra-.v -" = Public Sale On Friday October 31. At SnelFs stock yards, New Oxford. ItfS STEERS HHIFHRS BUliliS 30 steers that will weigh irom 650 to 850 IBs, 5 fresh cows, Durham and Hqlstein, 10 heifers will weigh from 400 to 650 Fbs, 8 Stock bulls will ght from 400 to 650 Ibs. Sale to begin at 1 o'clock* fain OP shine. Baublitz and Fullmore -- i -- i Because', of:4:heir 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 aristo- I era tic in appearance, Ralstons are really economical shoes to wear. Their "up keep" is small. They make friends of every one except the cobblers. Ourpersonal guarantee of satisfaction goes with every pair. Fall styles, $4.00 to Â§6.00. O. H. Lestz Cor. Squa-e Carlisle St. r Perbbi. i I Floor *t j i Wesiem Flour *.00 I Per bÂ« I XSTieat Sl.OOi ! Pheiled Cora REUISTER-'S NOTICE ...jrt:^Â«; iÂ» hereby i^iven to all -_,,-and other per=oii= coacerneÂ«! that the Adir.Sn'stranon Accounts hereinafter er.- tereil xvil! be presentei at an Orj-5an's Court oÂ£ Adam; County. Pa., for confir- i mation and allow juice, Saturday Novem! ber Sdi I 1 HZ. at 10.30 A.M. of said day-_ ! No. 109. First and Final accor.nt pt ! H .1 rineeniuier. Executor of the Will l o f ' s l M. .Smith, late of Mt. Pleas-ant I Township. Adam" Consiry. _P-i-. dec'd. j No 140 The Fir-t and I-mal Account 1 ot II. K. Siagen. Executor of the \V i.l f o i Albert L. Slagenhanpt, late m the | Borough o- Lktifc?tf*wn Boronph. Adams Â· "JOEnrv- l"a , deceased. ! K-"K. Berkheianer, Rejdster or ^ Ms. 11- i ^att^n Oats 5-' = I Edison Phonograh I FOK SALE | A new Edison Phonograph, plays 2 land 4 Minnie Records, S2-5, TO new :'Records S5, 5-2-3. Ca?h will buy tiie outfit. for -- TREES FOR SALE 1 have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready in^ that. I will sell at n asonable prices in v small or large lots. -_ __ G. E. Spangler Gettysburg-, Pa. PUBLIC SALE ; On Thurfay November t 1913. i Through loosing my fe^d by fire- I will sell at publii- sale- mid-way between : Tv.o Ta\ern5 and P.arlow. 1 Ten "cad of cattle coussstinK of niiicu ' coÂ« - s. heifers and Bull- Sale =f.trts at one o" clock- Charles M- Schwartz O U S E R S A C H S "THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES" GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA.