The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on November 1, 1913 · Page 2
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November 1, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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G.W.We aver Son G.W. Weaver Son The Leaders OAT AND New arrivals with the past week have given us an assortment not equaled in any past efforts. Style, Fit, Tailoring, Price and Quality are the strong points of superiorly of this great gathering. It is next to impossible for us to give descriptions except in a general way. C "j. J . 1 Q C A as carefully^ OUltS at $lZ.OU-made a n d . C--^-f rVfcafc Thl f v G r yf cut as SU ITS of double the price. ^ Coats 32 ^P^Tl V,OaiS popular cut of 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. Navy 'Blue At $15 and $16.50- and Black Serges and other colors and weaves. Very stylishly made,some with blouse fronts for theslijht form Missjothers in various styles both as to coats and skirts. Skinners' satin lined coats, some is large sizes. These Suits are worth $20 and $21.50, a saving of $5.00. Suits at $20.00, $22.50 $25.00 to $32.50 _g ges in out sizes for stout forms). Very newest and most popular fabrics and colors, no two suits alike. As the makers are now very low in fabrics it is impossible to duplicate on many oJ these styles, so an early call while assortment is full will save disappointment. The i FURNITURE Having; diconuuu-d our Stove business on account ol not having | room to handle we are now turmuir all our time and efforts to Ui p g urmture brines* both modem aud antique. At this time we ar« well | stocked haw oue of the be^t lots o£ goods thai, we have had for some g ". l~j z2 This mgb we -ire giving j^pecial^nws all oxer die house. Boy now , g aud sa\e a good discount for yourself,; _. ,, ,, ,,, gj Charles S. Miimper coat has been very scarce in our stock until now Just received. $5.00 AH Wool, both plaid aid plain cloih* with plaid backs, The price is most unusis.il, Check and Plaid Sport Coats at $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, and $12.00 Sp« ci;il Thre v Quarter lenth coats in AH Wool, Boucles, Astrakans and vari us Fancy Cloths at $7.50, $9.00 and $10.00 of superior value. "WOOLTEX" and other splendid makes at $12.50, $15.00, to $35.00 Real Estate If you want to sell or rent you real estate, no matter where locu:e I, or, if you want to buy or exchange any kind of reril "e^t ite, call on or address. Troxell and Swisher Real Estate Agents T 04 Baltimore St. Gettysburg Pa. ; · XOO; *·* t \ \ fldorit $et many Ralsfons^ Because of t h e i r 1 d o w 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-' P cratic in appearance, | Ralstons are really econ- . I omical shoes to wear. Their "up keep" is small. They make friends of every one e x c e p t the ·' cobblers. - Our personal guarantee ' of satisfaction goes with every pair. Fall style*, * $4.00 to §6.00. / O. H. Lestz i Cor. f quare Carlisl i £t- m I New Furs are here in great assortment j" 1 Now is the time to buy ~Furs ~ Children's Coats-The greatest variety in prices styles. TREES FOR SALE . I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready '^ | for planting that, I will sell at reasonable prices in | small or large lots. | G. E. Spangler | Gettysburg, Pa. = Gettysburg Auto Tire Repair Shop J 42 W. HIGH STREET - TUBES A.SPECI ALTY W,th modern .team eqaipment, I am prepared to do general ^«wir ow «»w.««.rions and retreading. 1C the hole is not longer than ^be u.a I »e tt-iiaitril. Satisfaction guaranteed. · TWELVE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE ^rafortable, Reliable aad Powerful. Try U. Tours and BatdeSe M trip; _a spec.alt, United Phone 117 X C. A.STON^R, proa MAN WANTED Old Reliable House wants a good appearing honest man to take a position of trust at a good salary. Must be hustler. Write at once. Young Follett Company Dept 26. Boston Mass I iviii be in Get t V B b U r every Tuesday a t P e n ro 3 ·? Myers" Jewelry Store. SACHS Is it Wise "THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES" Now is the time to prepare for colder weather. Let our immense stock suggest to you whats what for winter comfort. Mens' Dept. Ladies DepL Ladies coat suit. Just another lot of new-, late fail styles. They're beauties and we have marked their, at prices that appeal to shoppers. -LADIES', MISSES and CHILDRENS CLOTHES I » t re we h we made a speci il effort to show you 'orneth.-i.y ne%v an'i different from v.hat you will find · sevs. here at prices that are just a little lower than rh e ·A ! s: FURS FURS You kno v our reputation as headquarters for furs ] H , - \ 'u \vill llnd a line t'hat is easy to choose from f ~ r we have picked only the markets' best st) Irs Remember our guarantee if our furs arc not right we will make them right. Corsets! Corsets!! Another ae\v Imfe" v.-e have added to our no'tion department, owing toliaV. ing so many requests for the Famous "Royal Worchester" Corsets. IEWSP4PER II i t * A message to the man or young man about to buy clothes;Have yoi ev'er tried oa a Hart, Schaffner Marx or a'so System suit or oversea.'? Do you know the a f l v . u . -\^-: of having a suit m 'tic up ? You wi'l be su r {-r"s-d at the fit and st^lc these clothes pos ss. ard ihen you have adx-ant?ge of seein-T the cloth ina'le ·O uo in the garment. You m. J don't have to lojk at a small sample of cl« th and wonder will it look all right made up. Come in today and let us s'no\v you the new fall models and styles in s ..its and overcoats. HATS HATS Our immense line to choose from at 50 cts. to $7.50. ' SWEATERS Just in a new line in sn les that we feel sure wi:l : ppeal to you-I^T rT" l^O IT I? With every purchase of $6 00 or over of Boy or Girls clothes r K11 r KH.E* and shoes a realGccycIe. Every Boy and Gi* I wants one. See our window. FUNKHOUSER and SACHS "The Home of Fine Clothes.' to =pi-n«l V"tir inonf-y for pa-nt tn.it i: only part Pamt and part Lin^C Oi!. tor I ^^ which -mark von. y»Q p»T fllH pamt price, when for the same amonr you rnn OU3 Grad-of Ocncs,29 Pomfert St.,CarIisle- PUBLIC SALE On Th;ir' 3 sy 2vo\embT e 1913. Ibrs ug'i 'oDsirsi: my fe«l t y fire- I will se!! at public saie raid-way i ctween IAO Ta'.em- ."n 1 JJ^ilow. Ten Iicn-i of cattle con=:tt;t!g of . . . . . T r TJ.TV-T -- -p^inr nrii-o ?m! .-ave thereby a J'iUar or more. Why Continue Buying along old unes? We sell it - SI-15 Galion- H. W. Trostel and Son The Taint Men Aremiusville- Pa- Sa'o Et^.rt? at on? o'clock- Charles M ·nces at the Gettysburg warehocse -o - u-d da=!y bj C. Milton Wolf, IT., ? t - cftffi'.r to J. Geo V.-olTg Soas Co. Per B v-i,«,- -v5 ' ............. NOTICE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF ADAMS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, IX RE petition of 3Icry E. Miller for - authority to act as a feme sole tra- Notice is hereby given that Mary E. Miller of the oorough of Gettysburg, who'ivas marred to Levi D. 3Iller on I Febrnarv- 22nd.l884. has presented her 'petition"in the abo-ve named Court, praving that a decree be made granting" her a certificate that she be authorized to act and have the poyrer to transact business as a feme sole trader according to the provisions ot tne Acts of the General Assembly of the . Comrnonv.eaith of Pennsylvania in such case made and provided and. tnat j it has been ordered :_v ^asd Court that ! the application of the petitioner vrill be cor-.s.dercd by the Court on tne nr?t dav of December, 1913. at 10:30 A. M_ , at' -verticil time ail persons interested may sho^- causa, if any. they have^ -.rhv the decree and certificate pi«ea RETAIL PRICES KG i a.. porkreeth i oNg o ·' Attorney for the petitioner. j Effective Jans 15, 1913. ^er Dairy Feed ^?"'-l Joarpe Spring Bran . . i - C j -land Packed Bran 1-iO ^^ vgpail"PlT IfJtBTl UttTi P i T T W i Y OatsCiK.p i--te tfiE ViailiHJl aAdlLifllJ UMLWAI y Srock FooL 3 -^l Mi^dlin^s ]-«·; g : Q5 £_ jr. Daily Except Snnday foi 90! Baltimore, Hanover, York and In- I I i U « / l i i J A * ^J . . . - . - - ^_ j ' y«Cho- '-'"I termediate Points. fo 10:35 A. M- Daily for Hagerstown, "Waynesboro, Charohersbnrg v Haa- cock, Ccrabe^land, EJMns and Points West. j 12:55 ?- M. for York and Intermediate 5.1.00 ] Points _ -··i* 5 | 5:50 P- 5L Daily for Baltimore, Han- ~J.jv 1 6:38 P. M. Daily except Snnday for B^ 5 "| and H. Division Points to High- Id/also HageTstown, "Waynes- -^sa^'-^^g; 'Shippens- aad Plaster §7.50 per ton Cement 31.40 per WH! Per bbu Floor MARKET - :; - - , Will be at market Saturday Scnday Only. morning with a load of young ;i?;13 New o^fo^ Hanover, York, I Baltimore and Intermediate sU- bying hen^, also roasting and - tioni8 . over, and Intermediate Points, stewing chickens L. D. Plank AT PRIVATE SALt I The following des : ra'i!e a-ai locate 1 r-j, T. ·, in ^Ir Jov Township «cntainine about t-dlSOn rnonogratl SO acres- "New bank bain, Sfod bnk FOR SA'LE hon«e. Telephone in the ho isei I an 1 A nt-w Edison Phonogiaph. plays 2 in high state of cultivation. ' und 4 .Minute Records, $25, 70 new For particulars apply to Re'-or!* £15, $2*, Ca-h will bny t h e ' 1V M. K. OLL1KGER, k of Court-". nFWSPAPFRI

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