The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on November 5, 1913 · Page 2
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November 5, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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G.W. Weaver Son G.W.Weaver The Leaders ND TIME 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 01 this great gathering. It is next to impossible for us to give dc scriptions except in a general way. C *i. j. fc1 O CIA as carefully OUIIS at $ 1 Z.OU- made a n d cut as SUI T S of double the price. Coats 32 and 3 inches long, cut-away fronts,* Venetian Satin linings that wear like iron. Mannish All O* Wool Cloths, just the thing for hard wear. Stylishly made skirts. The value of these Suits as previously priced, $18.00. Navy "Blue Sport Coats- At $15 and $16.50 snd B!ack Serges and other colors and weaves Very stylishly maoie.some with blouse fronts for thesli jht form Missj :»rhers in various styles both as to coats and skirts. Skinners' satin lined coats, som^ Is large sizes. These Suits are worth $20 and $21.50, a sa\ing of $5.00. Suits at $20.00, $22.50 (Many in $25.00 tO $32.50 Black Ser 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 k is impossible to duplicate on many of | This v e r v + , popular cut ol coat has been very scarce in our stock unti- now Just received. $5.00 AH Wool, both plaid and plair cloths with plaid backs, The price is mos; unusual. Check and Plaid Sport Coals $7 50 S8 50 $10 and $12.00 Special "I h res Quarter lenth coat*, in All Wool, Boucles, Asirakans and vari'-u*- Fancy Cloths at $7.50, $9.00 and $10.01 If of superior value. "WOOLTEX" and other splendid makes at these styles, so an early cai! while assortment! CJ2.50, $15.00, to $35.00 ia lull will save disappointment. - y ^r disappoi The New Furs are here in great assortment Now is the time to buy Furs ii Real Estate If you \vant to sell or rentyou 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. Ir look over oar and Shoes, cue knocu the result. C. B. Kitzmiller Children's Coats-The greatest variety in prices styles. fl dorit get many RalstonsT; 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 *'va!ue received." . Altho decidedly aristocratic 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 of satisfaction goes with every^pair. FalTstyles, $4.00 to 56.00. __ O. H. Lestz Cor. Square Carlisle St. Second Annual Stock Sale Second Annual Sale of Registered and Grade Horses, High Grade Shorthorn Cows, Registered Duroc--Jersey Hogs. The undersigned in order to make room for young stock which he is raising will offer at public sale at his farm oa the Carlisle Road 3 miles from Gettysburg and 2 miles from Table Rock, formerly the John H. Gilliland farm, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, at 12 o'clock he following Horses: 1 black mare. 5 years old.- sound and all ight, good worker and driver and in foal to my Belgian stallion. 2 1 grade colts coming 2 years old. good and growthy and will make i Eice horses. 1 Registered Belgian stud colt. 1 year old last June, a See one. Cows. 17 high grade shorthorn cows, a number with calves by ! their sides. Others f orward springers and the balance have been I fresh a short time and are giving a good flow of milk. Hogs. 75 head of Duroc--Jersey Hogs Consisting of sows and pigs, breed sows, old and young boars ! · md shoats. all registered or can be. " I I Goats, 2 nanny goats j Terms: On sums of S10 or cash over that amount 10 months i vith approved security payable at the Citizens Trust Co. 8 per ; tent, off for cash. No goods to be removed until conditions are complied with. Sale Positive. JOS. B. TWINING. Albert Slaybaugh, Auctioneer. I will be in my room on the Square over "StallsmHh's Store" on second floor, every Wednesday afternoon from 12.30 to 8 o'clock, where I \\lll do fitnn?. or I will call on you in your home, at your com c:i:cnce. on any Thursday, npon receipt of po=t card. " Piesse call and see the Spirelia eortets and COKC-I accessories. C. MYErS. XiwOxio-d, Pa ?p: rr I'a Corsetierre. EXECUTORS 1 SALE OX SATURDAY. XOV. Sih I9J:, At 1 o'clock. 1*. M at the residence of Joseph Harmon, in Me. Pleasant tuirp- shio The following household goods will be offcrci at public c a!e: one lied, corn plete with becMi*i:r. on? «lrn.ssw, with the GETTYSBURG MARKETS pu tures. its »r w,ven rnjr-. two mirrors. te\en pu.iur. :iro rockinir chi:r~, tev- eral other cbairs. window screens, four old_ qnilt=, table covers, jellies, ccnaf-cl _ fruit and uj.inr orher ^ here articles not ""XVilhair. P. Wenrz, ri - ilarnn D.'VVtn'js. Ext utors Adams County Teachers' I SACHS AN: "THE HOME OF FINE CLOTHES 57 Now is the time to prepare for colder weather. Let our immense stock suggest to you whats what for winter comfort. Prices at the Gertysbarjr warehouse cor- Institute, Walter's Theatre, ' recced 5zu5y by C- 3!ihon Wolf, J r.. Petto J. Geo. \VolPs Son- Co. PerBn - - .S-T . .. 60 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 1 fere we have made a special effort to show you sorneibing new and different from w h a t \bu will find elsewhere at prices that sre just a little lower than else- FURS FURS You know our reputation as headquarters for furs } !'-e you will find a line that is easy to choose from f-r we have picked only the imrkcts" best styles. Remember our guarantee if cur furs are not right we will make them right. Corsets! Corsets!! Mens' Dept* Another new line we have added to our notion department, owing to hav_ ing so many requests for the Famous "Royal Wor- caester" Corsets. A message to the man or young man about buy clothes:Have yoj ever tried on a Hart, Schaff Marx or a'so S^st suit or ovrrooa!? you know the ad van', of having a suit mao«- n You wi : l be surpr s- d the fit and sule clothes posfc^s. a: you have ad van t; seeing the cloih up in the garment, don't have to loc small sample of c! wonder will it k right made up. C .-scse 'Cil it ;v in sSow today and let us the new fall models and styles in s ats and over HATS HATS Our immense line to choose from at $7-5^- SWEATERS Just in a new line in styles that we fee appeal to you-With every purchase of $6.00 or over of Boy or Girls clothes and shoes a realGocycIe. Every Boy and Girl wants ore See our window. FUNKHOUSER and SACHS "The Home of Fine Clothes.'" you :oats. cts. to sure will Dry Wheat SewEar Corn Rye Oars (a --J-5 RETAIL PRICES Per IOC' Badser Dairy i-eed ............ f.f.35 3oar?e Spnng Cran ........... i'libc Sand Packe'l Bran ............. I.l"iO Opm and Oat? Chop ........... |^= ^boeroafcer Stock Food. ....... '.'.".' l'-^ Wnite " ' .lo? 3~50 J ' . Omothy Hay ............ JyeChop ................. '.'."".'.'.1.70 aaled Straw Plaster ~ p r ton. -51.40 per bbli Per i.bl -Testem Flour Gettysburg, Pa. November 17,18,19,20,21,1913. Evening Entertainments. Monday-- Dr. Andrew P. Johnson, "Eli and Dennis". Tuesday -- Ralph Parlette, Humorist, "Richer than Rockefeller". Wednesday - The Hearons Sisters Concert Comany. Thursday ~ The Venetian Serenaders. Course rickets for sale a _ ,, the off ice of the County Sup- "arCorn 70 ".'.5-5 l erintendeat, Saturdays, Nov] ember 8 and 15. i Course and single tickets will be sold at Walter's Theatre each day of the Institute. Jane 15, 1913. El EAILWAI :05 A. iL Dafly Except Sunday foi Baltimore, lianover, York and Intermediate Points. -':S5 A. M. Daily for Hagerstomi, Wvynesboro, Chambersbarg,Han- cock, Cumberland, Elkias mi Points West. 2:55 P. M- for York and Intermediate Points _ :50 P. iL Daily for Baltimore, Han-58 ?. 3L Daily except Scmday for 3 aad H. Division Points to High- Seld, also HagerstoTra, Waynes- Jwro, Chamfcersbarg, 'Shlppens- burg and Kancocs^Piitsbarga and »I1 points West. Sunday Only. ;13 New Oxford, Hanover, YOTS^ Baltimore and Intermediate station*. ·over, and Intermediate Points. Advertising Folks Gray Hair fa Druggist ;ays Lacues are Using Recipe of Sage Tea and | REMOVES ALL DESI.fErCtl , 812 N.BROAD ST.PHI LADEIPHIA PA WANTED: salesman to sell well Hair that loses Its color and lustre, or %vhen it faaes, turns gray, dull and lifeless, is caused by a lack of salphar in the hair. Oar grandmother made up- a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to keep her locks dark and beautiful, and thousands of vromen and men who value that even color, that beautiful dark shade of hair which is so attractive, use only this old-time-iecipe. Nowadays we get tfais'famoas mixture by asking at any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage ana 1 Sulphur Hair Remedy", which darkens the hair so natarailv. so evenly, that nobody can possibly tell it has been apliedl Besides, it takes off danrdun, stops scalp itchir.g and falling hair. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it'and draw this through vour lialr. taking one small strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; but what delights the ladies

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