The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on November 4, 1913 · Page 2
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November 4, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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II G.W.Weaver Son G.W.Weaver Son The Leaders AND i ^-^ ST-*^ TI 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 o? this great gathering. It is next to impossible for us to give descriptions except in a general way. a t $12.50- ' ' ' made a n d cut as SUI^S of double the price. Coats 32 and ;u inches long, cut-away fronts,* Venetian Sport Coats- This v e r y] popular cut of. 1 coat has been verv scarce in our stock unti".: j now Just received. ·3 $5.00 All-Wool, both plaid and plai- j*i cloths with plaid backs. The price is most jf 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 $10 ana ^pio.^u-Biue and Black Serges and other colors and weaves 3) / ,«3l/j «pO«Ovl ? *P J- v» Very stylishly made.some with blouse fronts for thesli rht form Misslothers in various styles both as to coats and skirts. Skinners' satin lined cr-ats som - h large size?. These Suits Special 'i lire- - Q.i.»r:er lenth co:tt\ in are VLorth $20 and $21.50, a saving of $5.00. j AU WOQ} g ouc i es Astrakans and vari u- -~- _ · _ _ _m^ -· -- 5 ' * Fancy Cloths at $7.50, $9.00 and $10.01 ^ J d?t Z* Cfn Xavy I unusual. Check and Plaid Sport Coats af : D ana *blo.DU-r 1 ^. Suits at $20.00, $22.50 $25.00 to $32.50 fc^ m Real Estate If you want to sell or rent you real estate, no matter where located, or, if you want to buy or exchange any kind of real estate, call on or address. Troxell and Swisher Real Estate Agents 104 Baltimore St. Gettysburg Pa, for TREES FOR SALE i have good Peach and 2.000 Apple trees ready ntirg tbr.t, 1 will sell at reasonable prices in small or large lots. G. E. Spangler Gettysburg, Fa- z? ! Political Advertising:. of superior value. "WOOLTEX" and other splendid makes at ges in-out sizes for stout forms). Very newest j and m^st i opular 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 call while assortment! *}2.50, $15.00, to $35.00 i. l u l l \\ ill save disappointment. '· The New Furs are here in great assortment Now is the time to buy Furs Children's Coats-The greatest variety in prices styles. TO THE VOTERS OF PENNSYLVANIA John W. Kephart desires to thank the people of Pennsylvania for the magnificent vote which made hin one of the nominees 'for Judge of the Sup-rior Court, and to assure them that jf elected on November 4th their confidence will not be misplaced. He submits his candidacy, as he did before, DIRECTLY TO THE PEOPLE. The unanimous endorsement of the Bar of his home county attests his fitness for this office. : Left an orphan at the age of two--at five 'ent to the Soldiers' Orphan School at Mc- Allistervilie, Pa.--at sixteen a telegraph operator earnina money for college. Spent two terms at Allegheny College and was later graduated from the Dickinson Lav/ School. _ He has been a oractscinn attorney for over nineteen years. HE DESERVES TO WIN. VOTE FOR H I M . Under the new laws TO VOTE FOR J O H N W. KEPHART YOU MUST PLACE AN X AFTER HIS NAME. Every qualified voter in Pennsylvania can vote for this office at the election November_ 4, 1913. 1 dorit get many RalsfonsT; Because of t h e i r \ downright s t u b - ] borness in refusing to I wear out, Ralstons J give* every maa "value received." . Altho decidedly aristo- I cratic in appearance, Ralstons are really econ| omical shoes to wear. i Their "up keep" is small. \ They m a k e friends of | every one except the \ cobblers. Our personal guarantee I of satisfaction goes with I every pair. Fall styles, I S4.00^to 56.00- __ O. H. Lestz f | Cor. Square Carlisle St. I I ivfli be la G i-1 r y s b u r £ every Ttie=U.iy At P e n ro s i*; Mvers 1 Jevrelry 3:ore. MAN WANTED Old Reliable House wants a good appearing honest man to take a position of trust at a good salary. Must be hustler. I Write at once. Young Follett Company Dept. 26. Boston Mass ! PUBLIC SALE NOVEMBER 8th. 19IS. I The undersigned will sell at public i sale at his residence in Straban town- I ship on the Gettysburg and Hunters- jtown Road, 2.% miles from either [ place. 1 9 head of horses and colts. Black FOR SALE , r I mare 5 vears old, will -work wherever Modem nine room house hitched.'black mare 9 years old with . GracLoi Optics^9 Pomf ert St-,CarIIsle. Heat and all conveniences. Lot 40x232 ft, Terms to suit purchaser. J. B. Hamilton SACHS FUNKHOUSER -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' Depfc cok by her side, \vork -wherever hitched. These are bczh family mares, safe for -woman or child to drive, fearless of all road objects. 1 bay horse 3 7= vears old. thoroughly broken to work and drive, this horse is s. number one driver, safe for any ·woman to drive, 1 j black mare colt 2% years old, an exTera ' fine large mare, \vill make a number one brood mare. 1 roan, horse colt l 1 /^ f years old, 2 black horse colts 1^ j ye"arSj 2 mare colts, 1 black and one bay Ife years, these colts are extra large for their age. vrell boned, prom- ae horses. The above - ~ ._ ,, - - · jiseuiiuiieu uuises and colts are all . t.eo. u OH .. oon.- v-o. . sound £..,} v .i t hoat blemish. 15 head of GETTYSBURG MARKETS Prire? at the Gettysburg Trarehonse cor- j - Sew Dry Wlieat ISevrEar Corn Per Bu .. .b-5 . .. (Hi Oats .................... ____ 45 RETAIL PRICES Per 10G Baoisr Dairy Feed .............. $1.35 Coarse Spring Lran ............... I j; Hand Bran ............... 1.40 Ladies Dept. Ladies coat suit, just another lot of new, late fall styles. They're beauties and we have marked them at prices that appeal to shoppers. LADIES', MISSES * and CHILDRENS CLOTHES Here \ve have made a special effort to show you something new and different from what you will find elsewhere at prices that are just n. little lower than else- \vh re. FURS FURS o'i know our reputation as headquarters for fnrs you will find a line that is easy to choose fn-in f»r \ye have picked only the markets' best st les Remember our guarantee if our furs are not r;pht \ve will make them right. Corsets ! Corsets ! ! Another new line we have added 10 our notion department, owing to hav. ing so many requests for the Famous -'Royal Worchester" Corsets. A message to the man or young man about to buy clothes;Have yoa erer tried on a Hart, Schaffnrr Marx or also System. " suit or eve rroai? I »o you know the ad van', ly- of having a suit matu- up ? You wi-I be suri ns- d at the fit and st\Ii; ;l»t-se clothes po-sc you have adv.irjfge seeing the clo:h ir.mle O uo in the srarmenr. Y-,: i. ^ don't have to lo^k «»t :\ small sample of c1 ::-· an; wonder will ic l«Kk r.'l right made up. Come in today and let us show you the new fall models and styles in s .its and overcoats. HATS , HATS Our immense line to choose from at 50 cts. to j j Com and Oats Chop 1.4-5 11 Shoemaker ?tocb Food 1.45 White Middlings 1.65 Red Middlings 1.50 Timothy H^iy SO Rye'Chop i.70 Baled Sirra'S' 65 Plaster S7.50 per ton. Cement $1.40 per bbi! Per bbl. Flottr 14.80 VTestern Fioar 6.0C Per 1-u Jli.nl Xc\\ Ea r Com ^e^ i hiia 70 ........ 5 o jttle, 7 head milch cows, will all be fresh in January and February, 3 thoroughbred Hotstein heifers, one had one calf, the other 2 fresh in January, 2 thoroughbred Holstem bulls, 1 I 3 ,£: years old. one 4 months old. 2 red bulls. 8 months old. iG head of hogs one fctllbreq Diiroc Jersey male hog 1 year old, eligible to register. 2 young sows will have pigs in December. 3*3 head of shoats. 3 months old, 1,000 bu. corn on the ear, 1,500 bundles corn fodder. ' Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, sharp, Tvhen attendance "will be g and 'term? made known bv ORVlLLE-Sfl!! I SI. Effective June 15, 1313. and ihcn of SWEATERS lust in a ne\v line in styles that \ve feel sure will appeal to you-With every purchase of $6.00 or over of Boy or Girls clothes and shoes a realGocycle. Every Boy and Girl war.t; one. See our window. FUNKHOUSER and SACHS ''The Home of Fine Clothes." ·*:05 A. M. Dafly Except Sunday foi Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points., 'O'C-5 A- M- Daily for Hagerstown, Waynesboro, ChambersburgJIaB- cockj Cumberland, Elldna and Points West. '2:55 P. Ji. ^or York and Interm6dis.te Points __ ·»:50 P- M. Daily for Baltimore, Han^:58 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B and H- Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstown, "Waynesboro, Ghambersburg, Shippens- bnrg and Hancock,Pittsbnrgh and all points West. Sunday Only. ":13 Ne-w Oxford, Hanover, York, Baltimore and intermediate stt- tiona- over, and Intermediate Points, WESTERN MARYLAND LINES Effective November 1. 1913 T R U N K L I N E INTERCHANGEABLE MILEAGE - - TICKETS Good Over Importat Eastern Roads. Will be honored over Western Maryland and also over F. L. E. lines to and from PITTSBURGH On sale at principal stations NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP is ruroity t;i\en lhat ili p pari- Iseretokre e-cisiin;; between Richard M.Hani and Neal .CMcConmny and condijciisjg ibc Eacle Hotel at Get- tyshura, A-lajMS County. 1'ennsy! \anhs, nn-ier the finn of Ham and McConomy,was d;ssol\ed on OctoLer olst, by im.tnal con^tnt- Tb_- affair? of sai3 partnership arc to^c liqnuiateil by Richard 35. Ham. All di-bis owin-T to th.c pnrshMs-lHp are to be paid to and rewive-1 by Richard M. PUBLIC SALE On Thnr.i iy Novc 71 1 ur 6 T 13. Tlirotsgh loosrj^my U-HI by fire- I ijl sell at piibiic sale mi.l-way Jjetween Two Tavern? and Barlow. TenheaJ of cattle con-istin^ of milch cows, heifers and Bull. Sa'e starts at one o'clock. Charles M. SehwarU Ham and all ncri-liJp are to ··nt ielay for ^ asraiatt tlie p.«rt- }rer».'nlei.3 to him vi iU- nt. Richard M- Hani Xcal J- McConomy John D. Tvchh- Attorney*. WANTED: salesman to sell well advertised high grade roofing specialty as a side line. Liberal comr.utsion. Carry small pocket sample only. W^Tce for particulars. Standard Linseed Co., Cleveland, Ohio. -- advertisement

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