The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on November 6, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, November 6, 1913
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i" zf G.W. Weaver Son G.W.Weaver The Leaders Son (%AT AND JgOTP TIME ^^^~ ' - - r*^~ - : the past week have given us an assortment not equaled in any past enorts. and Quality are the strong points of superiorly of this great gathering. It is New arrivals with Fit, Tailoring, Price and Quality impossible for us to give vie scriptions except in a general way. Q *·*· *· *fc1 *7 dfl as care ^' i yl ollllS 3,1 tp A ^·Ovr" made a n d ] cut as SU ITS of double the price. Coats 32 Style, next to aa3 ;u inches long, cut-away fronts," Venetian Saiin l i n i n s that wear like iron. Mannish All This v e r y. '"* popular cut o 1 . coat has been very scarce in our stock now Just received. - Navy ·Bi u e $5.00 All Wool, both plaid and plai cloths with plaid backs, The price is mos-j| unusual. Check and Plaid Sport Coats a $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 Wool Cloths, just the thing for hard wear. St}'- lishly made skirts. The value of these Suits j as previously priced, $18.00. At $15 and $16.50- and B'ack Serges and other colors and weaves Very stylishly made.sorae with blouse fronts j · for thesli jht fonn M «s- {others in various styles {U1Q $ 1 2.00 both as to coats and skirts. Skinners' satin lined oat?, som t is large size?. These Suits; Special "I hrc^ Q.inr:er leiith co:it\ are worth $20 and $21.50, a saving of $5.00. AU WQO] Bouc | eSj Astrakans and van, u ; Suits at $20.00, $22.50 $25.00 to $32.50 fe^ oes in out sizes for sto-ot forms). Very newest and most popular fabrics and colors, no two| Fancy Cloths at $7.50, $9.00 and $10.0t of superior value. "WOOLTEX" and other splendid makes at suits alike. As the makers are now very low in j fabrics it is impossible to duplicate on many of these styles, so an early calHvhile assortment [$12.50, $15.00, to $35.00 i f u l l \\ill save disappointment. - · 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. The New Furs are here in great assortment \ Now is the time to buy Furs Children's Coats-The greatest variety in prices styles. r GO]V[E look over oar Hats and Shoes, oue knoua the result. C. B. Kitzmiller Furniture Auction On Thursday November 6 at one o'clock in Centre Square the undersigned will sell, a big lot of Furniture, some is almost new. Also a lot of bed springs same as new, da not miss this sale as we will have something that you will want, Chas. S. Mumper Co IT font get many Ralstans*| Became 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 rnrnn "value 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 except the cobblers. Our personal guarantee of satisfaction goes with every pair. Fall styles, 54.00 to §6.00. ^ O. H. Lestz Cor. Square Carlisle St. H. H. Bushman Clesner and Presses aHimiHM '""= \ TREES FOR SALE = I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready_ ^ | for planting that, I will sell at n amenable prices in | = · small or large lots. § | G. E. Spanglet j IE Gettysburg. Pa. = E I EARLY NOVEMBER SPECIALS s/t "tln.e X5Zo2^n.e Of" IPira.e" Now is the time to look after your winter need for your wardrobe. Let our large and complete stock suggest your winter apparel. Men's Coats FOR SALE Modern nine room house Heat and all conveniences. Lot 40x232 ft, Terms to i ;suit purchaser. I J. B. Hamilton GETTYSBURG MARKETS Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse corrected daily by C- Milton Wolf, Jr., Successor to J. Geo. V.'olfa Sons Co. Per Bo Kew Dry TVLesJ S5 ·SewEar Corn 00 Rye 65 Oaia -55 RETAIL PRICES = j Per 1C»» = ' Badger Dairy Feed %\35 Coarse Spriiii: Bran i-35 Hand Packed Brar. 1.40 Corn and Oats Chop l.4c Shoemaker St/v;k Food - -1.. .1.45 WTiite Middlings 1-65 Red Middlings 1.50 Timothy Hay 1*0 Rye Chop 1-TO Baled Straw Go Plaster -- f7.50 {er ton. Cement 5l.4o ner bi»ll«- Per bl.l. Flour $4 SO Western Fiour --- - - H.OO Per fiu Whsat 51-00 Shslle'l Corn -'-5 New £ar Corn ^ NewOate .' 55 Ladies Dep't To t~e woman with $15 to spend"' for a winter suit or coat. "We-have made a special effort to show a iineof coats and suits at this popular price. They are here in the new Bro\vris,Blues,Grays,OKves, and fancy mixtures. Of course if you want a suit of more quality we can show you over 200 styles to select from at prices ranging from $15 to $40. Furs Furs We have ahvay made 3 special effort to give you just a little more for your money than you can get elsewhere. Remember our guarantee if they are not right, we will make them Tight. See our special Black or Brown, sets at $10.00 other furs, $5.50 to $65.00. Dresses Dresses Of Every description, Special all Children's school dresses that were $1.00 and $1.25 Now S9c, Mr. man or young man with $15 to $18 to .'pend for a winter suit or ever coat. We are pre- pared to meet your demand whether you want a plain business suit or a fancy novdity they are here in Brown. Blue, Gray, ai d the'seasons new pencil stripes in acombination of colors. Others suits $6.50 to $32.00 Over coats $5.50 to $58.00. uits and Overcoats, we have an extraordinary line of suits and :i\\ tho little touches that appeal so much to the boys. Sweaters and Mackinaws Just the thing for cut door sports. See the new mackinaw weave sweaters with roll collar we are showing at $5.50 to $7.00 Other sweaters 50cts to $7.50. PUBLIC SALE On Tuesday Govern: cr the 18th 1913- Wiii st-11 at public sate on the Emory Bair Farm, 3 atiles north ot Gettysburg in Btuler totmship. 5 Head of Horses and Mules. 1 bav horse and single drivc-r, uvt-lve years old s;ood farm horse, 1 sorrel horse 14 year* old single line leacer and good saddle horse. 1 sorrel horse 10 years _old good worker and driver and fearless of all objects,! pair of mules 4 and 5 years old, one a leader. Eight head of Dehorned cattle, Z with calves by their side,! -niil be fresh in Feburary and 2 in March, 1 bull fifteen months old. DODGE ZUILL'S "EASY" Vacasm Waslx-r. Hand or power" All Steel, arcl Copper Kasv to opwrsie HOST t. o . Clothes, Circulars free. Write our n^ent David Kncuss, Are^2iss:Iile. Ps- I PUBLIC SALE NOVEMBER Sth, 1913. J.he undersigned -will sell at public sale at his residence in Straban township on the Gettysburg- and Hunters- to-xm. Road. 2% miles from either rread, 2 horse Columbia -wagon, 1 Johnson binder 5 foor cnt, 1 McCormicfc mower o foot cut. 1 Tiger hay rake. 2 Jlonntville Barshere plows, 1 cast beam S plow, 1 31 xrmick lever harrovr. 2 Perry s. 1 land roller. 1 donble row corn Bo v In our l ·} overcoat, made planter. 2 snlky com plows, 1 Henchand "Ommgold, I Albright plow, 1 pair hay carriages JO ft Ions, 1 fallen top boggy. -ingle and double tree?-5 Sets of front gears set single harness" collar? and bridles. 10 fall Indian runziar dncks. Sale- to besin at 12 o'clock a credit · if 10 month? will be given on all sun:S of five dollars and upwards, By purchasers giving a note with approved security. John D. Riley " Robert Thompson Aurti. Pius ^Miller clerk. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Remember what we say it is, It is. F U N K H O U S E R S A C H TIkxe Home OflF'In.e Notice is hereby ^iven that tlie part- neis-hip heretofore existing between Rii-hard M.Ham and Neal J. McCor.omy and conducting the Ksurle Hotel at Get- cysbr.rsr. Adams County, Pennsylvania, under the iirm 01 Ham and McCon- omy.was dissolvel on OrSolxr Cist, by mutual consent. The affairs of said partnership are to be liquidated by Richard M. Ham. - All debts owins to the parihership are to be paid to and received by Richard M. ITajn and al! demands ajraiflit tl_.e partnership are to be presented to him -without delay for payment. *. Ricliard M. Ham Neal J. McConomy William Hersli and John D. Keith. Attorneys. of horses and colts. Black mare 5 years old, -will . .-work .-vrherever hitched, black mare 9 years old -with colt hy her side, work wherever hitched- These are both family mares, safe for -woman or child to drive, fearless of all road objects. 1 bay horse 3% years old. thoroughly broken to work and drive, this horse is a number one driver, safe for any woman to drive. 1 black mare colt 2% years old, an exV;ra fine large mare, -will make a number one brood mare. 1 roan horse colt l 1 ^ years old, 2 black horse colts Its years, 2 mare colts, 1 black and one bay 1% years, these co!ts are extra large for their age. -well boned, promise to make fine horses- The above mentioned horses and colts are all sound and without blemish-15 head of cattle, 7 head milch cows, will al! be fresh in -January and February, 3 thoroughbred Hots'tein heifers, one had one calf, the other 2 fresh in January. 2 thoroughbred Holstein bulls, 1 1% years old, one 4 months old, 3 red bulls. 8 months old, 16 head of hogs one fullbred Duroc Jersey male hog 1 year, old, eligible to register, 2 3 FOR RENT: furnished or unfurnish- 1 ed rooms. 117 Carlisle street--arver- tisement sows will have pigs in December, 13 head of shoats, 3 months old, 1,000 ha. corn on the ear, 1,500 bundles corn fodder. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, sharp, when "attendance will be gfiea and Xerms made known by ORVILLE S. I will also seil 15 or twenty head of bulls weighing from 400 to 700 Ibs. each. PUBLIC SALE On Thnrday November 6 1913. Through loosing my feed by fire. I will sell at public sale mid-way between Tvro Taverns and Barlow. Ten head of cattle consisting of nijlrh cows, heifers and Bull. Sale starts at one o'clock. Charles if. Schwartz 4 SPAPFRf

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