The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 31, 1913 · Page 2
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October 31, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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IT G.W.Weaver 6 Son G.W.Weaver 6 Son The Leaders AND * Sew Jrrifals wfth the past week have given us an assortment not equaled in any part efforts. Style, Flattering,' Price and Quality are the strong points of superiorly o ; this great gathering. 11 is nc.\t to impossible for us to give descriptions except in a general way. O ·* A t*1 O Cn as careful}) 1 ? OUltS at Jj i Z.OU- made a n d cut as SUITS of double the price. Coats 32 and 34 inches long, cut-away fronts, Venetian Satin linings that wear like iron. Mannish All Wool Cloths, just the thing for hard wear. Stylishly made skirts. The value of these Suits as previously priced, $18.00. At $15 and $16.50- and Black Serges and other colors and weaves Very stylishly made.sone with blouse fronts for ihesli dit form Miss, others in various styles both as to coats and skirts. Skinners' satin lined coats, some :s large sizes. These Suits are worth $20 and $21.50, a saving of $5.00. Suits at $20.00, $22.50 u e (Many in f~* , This v e r y ^·OatS" popular cut of coat has; bt-en very sc jrce in our stock until now Just received. $500 Ail VVool, both plaid and pl^in cloih with plaid backs, The price is most ' Check and Plaid Sport Coats at , $10,1 and $12.00 $25.00 to $32.50 ***· s er £es in out si^es for stout forms). Very newest and mobt popular fabrics and colors, no two suits alike. As the makers are now very low in fabrics it is impossible to duplicate on many of these styles, so an early ca:l while assortment is full will save disappointment. Sp« c-ai "1 hre - Quarter leisLh coac«. in All Wool, Bouclcs, Astrakans ami \ ari- us Fancy Cloths at $7.50, $9.00 and $10.CO of superior value. "WOOLTEX" and other splendid makes at $12.50 5 $15=00, to $35.00 New Furs are here in great assortment Now is the time to buy Furs Children's Coats-The greatest variety in prices styles, The FURNITURE i vmj: discontinued our Sto\e business on account ot not bavins g room to handle we are nov. turning all our time and efforts to the g uruuure business both modem and antique. At this tiine v.e are well J| stocked ha\e one of the best lots of goods that »e ha\e had for some § time. I* Thi« week we are in\ia« «fecial prices all o\er the house- Cay now ^ and save a"£tsoil discount for-yocr-elf.. - pj 6harfes S^ Mumper Co. gg3Sgggga'j3SISSBggBS3 i3£grf' -jnai -iMii!ii:iaj!s:H:taiiiKKaiu.iiiHini»aim«H!!MiuiHUiux«uujiiw«iai«uiuuuii:iuuuu.snitt i · - S = Sale | to Friday October 31. | At SnelTs stock yards, New j : f Oxford. | Jl COWS STEERS HEIFERS BUUUS | *li , = !| 30 steers that will weigh from 650 j 11 to 850 IBs, 5 fresh cows, Durham and j 1 Holstein, 10 heifers will weigh from | '|l 400 to 650 IBs, 8 Stock bulls will j weight from 400 to 650 Ibs. j Sale t ) begin at 1 o'eloek' | fain OP shine. | Baublitz and FuIIinore E~! clarit £t mahy Ralstons" j 4 Because - of t h e i r d o T v n r i g h t s t u b | borness in refusing to I wear out, Ralstons I give every man "value | received." Altho decidedly aristo- | cratic in appearance, Ralstons are really economical shoes to wear. Their "up keep" is small. They m a k e friends of every one e x c e p t the cobblers. Our personal guarantee I of satisfaction goes with every pair. Fall styles, \ $4.00 to 56.00. O. H. Lestz Cor. Square Carlisle St. ill MAN WANTED Old Reliable House wants 1 ' a good appearing honest man = | to take a posiiicn of trust at a = [ CTOod salary. Must be hustler, i :s!i::Hi::iKi:;BaK«uiiiHH5:iiiiiHHiiii»iHsiHHii!i!i!HinH:HHHiHi:wuiHi!UH immnmiH HUH? j ° : Write at once. . : = ! Young FoIIett Company Dapt 26. Boston Mass « i [![!iiiiii!ii!;;:!i:-:iiiiii!ii!!!!ii]!ii!H!i;:i!iiii!!.H!!iHi:!iii:ii[([!!ii'iiii!!:i!;:itii!:;r;i:i!!iiir, TREES FOR SALE 1 have eood Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready H for planting that, I vill sel! at n asonable prices in | small or large lotsT ~~ § ! G. E. Spanglet | i GettysDurg^. Pa. = \ u ntuuniKUiiin! {HKuusmmiui HU«I«HKIHHH«H«IMIKIHHIH ifiHiiuuiniiini UHHHIHH niuS i I wll be in Gt-t IJ-B'D u r z ex cry Tuesday .it Pe n ro s «· Myers" Jevrelrv Store. f.of Octics.29 Fomfert St .Carlisle. 4 P4.J -1, u»t I ll p » w ^fc^L f,-'--- t'V" \?ff-f£j 1 lA A L C O C L O T H E S S m a r t e s t Styles For Yoking Men K H O U S E R S A C H S THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES" GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. SPAPFRf SP4PFR1

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