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Medical Advertising. GETIYSBURG,PA. G. W. WEAVER GETTYSBURG, PA. SON Aycr's Pills Headaches Biliousness Constipation Indigestion ' Ask Yottr Doctor. ix~*». The Leaders jEasy h Darken Special this Week four air Real Estate If you want to sell cr rent you real estate, no rsatter .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 $9.95 · i . You can Bring Back Cclor and |, , r _JC4 Baltimore St. | 'Lustre with Sage Tea I I . ' 1 and Sulphur Gettysburg Pa. -- u -J / X 17.50 Ladies fine tailored Suits--of mannish cloths--Navy and Black Serges, cut in the height of fashion- perfect tailoring, lined with satin linings--some with draped skirts and high waist lining. Some in Junior Misses sizes. Values SI 5.00 for S9.85 Ladies Suits -- in the fashionable Mattalasse Cloths--colors, Garnet, Taupe and Brown -- lined in Peau-de-Cygne. Stylishly cut and made no two alike--Value; S25.GG special SI7.50. ! \\~hf~ YOU darken your hair \vith 1 Pi sre " e: a::d Si:'.p'iur. no one can tell, | i r.e^-?i :%'s i*tr.e so navurally, so even-j :}'. f % rsw:.!.j;tc this mixture, though, at; 'heme ·=· ESUSSY and troublesome, For* · 50 := us vca can bay at any drugrl !!sto i c the rea'Jy-io-ase tonic called; . ~W c- V« s'-^e" and Sulphur Hair-I" Remedy." You JUSE dampen a sponge j j j o r j--/brrsn %-«th is and draw th : s; I ·r t -roup-h your s:air. taking: one small j |'s :ana at a t!n:e. By morning all gray- j " hiir dssaooearj, z*nd, after another ap- i ° ; "v-n;cn"6r tv. ·, our hair becomes] hlzvjtifully darkened, glossy and lux-; e = · riant. You v/ii: also discover dan- \ V fr Is gone and hair has stooped I I s falling. " ! | C; ay. faded i-:=.ir. though no ass-; ! ,t. -tee.'is a" sign of old age, and as we | [:-'ll ces're a yo-".hfu! and attractive j Lpt-eavajjce, gel busy at once with | livrverb's Sage and Sulphur and lock '. I! years "O-^neer. | I! I GOJVLE If* look over oar Hats and Shoes, cue knocu the result. C. B. Kitzmiller Medical Advertising RUM-DOWN WOMEN |Q u j,i Relief For F'ptL ilerlth in a Simple Tonic. j i~~.v scar:" vonien do yoa knov." -.vho \ are ; 2 fect-"-Iy -.veil, strong and healthy j lias 2 vrH2;r: F"ic'j!d be'2 They may not; Stomach Misery . jbs sV; er~n-.f-'\ to He in bed -- bat they', 3I£-o-na Will Put Your Sour, Gassy, afo · ;n-d' v w». thin, nervous, tired' Upset Stomach in Order -Other splendid values at any price you wish to pay-- G*eat assortment to select from hanr a /itrlizad. 1 "*. c .?e-t are so active noivatiays, j · and vo *nre*T is expected of them, that i ;.r~t_:ntlv overdo and safrer- 11 they ' n Try One Dose and Prove It. stomach sufferer, do immediate, safe and sure ~ Check Chronic Rheumatism RHEUMA Thoroughly Drives out Deep-Seated Uric Aci3 Poison- There is only one way to be free from Rheumatism--the accumulated imparities caused by an excess of .Uric i Acid ooison must be exnelied from the I 1 don't get many Ralstons" Because of t h e i r d o w n r i g h t s t u b - borness in refusing to w e a r out, Ralstons give every man "value . I received." . Altho decidedly aristo-T i cratic in appearance,|! i Raistons are really econ* i \ \ omical shoes to wear.? \ \ Their "up keep" is small. * I They make friends of | every one except the \ I cobblers. ^ = i Our personal guarantee' I* of satisfaction goes with every pair, Fall styles, | $4.00 to 56.00. _ ^~ I -- (XFLE^stz i | Cor. Squju-e Carlisle St. R. fl. Bushman CleaneP arid Presses GET1'YSBUK« forms of stomach miserj- usually in- cJ ^Jl:^ d £rHo^ Arcbritis. Muscu- order stomachs. lar. i.uir.bago or Gout--get a bottle' r, idigesnon. ays-j of " RHEUMA from People's Drugi" N - p er 'hpat ^ of the^ various j Srore for 50 cents--it is guarariteed. j '"For six years I was a cripple on ,,._. « T ...,,, in ,, '' j^ri ' ^?~" I dicated by nervousness, distress alter | crutcbes f ro "m'Rheumatism- One boXde sajs. I ^a* m a run-dorci condition! .__.__ .___^^ _;;TM_ % bad breach ; of RHEU3IA cured me completely."-- .85 60 Rye f» Oats. ... - 4o RETAIL PRICES Li.-nitsd Temperance. I Unmasked. I Why "Blackballed." Tte first temperance society -eras "Why, Bridget!" exclaimed the mis-j Th e ancient Greeks used marked foraed in Xew England and its pledge tress of the touse to her servant, "so I ghells for voting, and from the Greek j JaJj~fro:n the first bottle i~~beffan to; --^- --,-- i _%. ld bv p e0 nl« « read: "We. the undersigned, believing you're not going to leave me after j word ostraton comes the English.! improve until I am strong: and~wel! as! _ 3ll " ( £: na 1Sft ?*^%l,Tu__i.";f -mt'fs.'- in tte cvii effect of strong drink, do ^n? TThy did you decide not to mar-| ^O rd ostracize, that is, to shut out 'ever/' - ^ TUf: :3 ? ore o " " lOae Daca - ^ 1 - uu L hereby pledge ourselves on our sacred ry the coal man?" "Well, I savr him i O y one unfavorable shelL "Black- i Try a_ bottle of Vinol ·with the un- honor that we-nrill not get drunk more vesterday for the first time -srith bis j baUed" means the same thing, once; derstandinsr that your -money -will be than four times a year--Muster day, f ace Cashed, and you've no I-iea, mum, : ut , O n a time white and black balls be- '. r «urnea n u does no; ne.p you. Peo- Focrth of July, Thanksgiving and _ fcow homely he is:" j tog used for secret voting. ' P? S\--For^mrfes^ndbfotches trv Christmas." i -- _ i ^-- . ' our Saxo Salve. We guarantee it. isngd plan. Hardy Animal Is the Goat. Goats may be raised profitably on -PUBLIC S33.E On Tuesday November the IStSi I'.n:*,. Will St I! at pnbiic sale on die Eruorj Hair Farm 3 nalcs north of ~ in Butler toxvn=hip. land which is ttnsuited for any kind of j , · ri a Head of Horses and ifules. i bar ^ cultivation. . horseand ^Inorle driver, twelve years o!ii (good tirm horse, l^sorrtl horse 14 . j years "ld siuale line leader an-'i pocd saddle horse. 1 sorrel jiiirte IQ vear o!! Badger Dairy Feed ?l-3o Coarse ?prirx Bran -. -- . ..1.S-; Hand Packetl Bran 1-40 Corn and Oats Chop 1.45 Shoemaker Stock Food 1 -4-1 White Mi'Mi'mae I-* 1 ' Rc*l Iid.Hing= 1-oG tirnr.thy H«y 9fi - - 1.70 EARLY NOVEMBER at fct tLe S3IO3m.e Of Now is the time to look after your winter need complete stock suggest your winter apparel. Ladies Dep't To t""e woman with $15 to spend for a winttr suit or coat, V«Te have made a special effort to show a line of coats and suits at this popular price. They are here in the new Browns,Blues.Grays,Olives, and fancy mixtures. Of course if you \vant a suit of more quality we can show you over 200 styles to select from at prices ranging from $15 to $40. ;CIALS Furs Furs We have alway made 3 special effort to give 3'ou ]usta little more for your money than 3~ou can gel elsewhere. Remember our guarantee if they are not right, we will make them right. See our special Black or Brown, seis at $10.00 other furs, $5.50 to §65.00. Dresses Dressjes Of Every description. Special ail Children's :i^o! dresses that were $1.00 and $1.25 Xo\v 89c. Olotlxes" for your wardrobe. Let our large and Men's Coats Mr. man or young man with $15 to $18 to .-per-d for a winter suitor over coat. We are pre r pared to meet your demand whether you want a plain business suit or a fancy novelity they-- are here in Brown. Blue, Gray, and the seasons new pencil stripes in acombination ,, of colors. i Ot'-ers suits $6.50 to $32.00 Over coats $5.50 to $58.00. I s a e orse, 1 sorre iiirte I yean- o!« j "ood worker and driver ar.d fearie* of aii ! objects.! fa:r of muies 4 arid -5 years o'.-.l. j one a leader. , Ei^iit head of Dehorned cattle. 3 j Tflih calv« by tliosr ricltr.l \iiil be frf-h :n JFebnrary and "2 in March. I bull fiitt-eu months oki- 1 home ma/le Iron asle wairon 3M i n tread. 2 faon-e C'jiuiul'ia wagon. 1 Johnron binder G foot I-UL. I .MtK^omiick mower 5 foccut, 1 iixerliay rake. 2 3IonncviI!e B -.r.ihere plour. i cajt; beam Syracuse E :o'.\, 1 ilrCoririkk,ie\i;rhu.rrov.- J ^ rerry irro-.vs, I iani r-'Her, 1 double row com pLinUrr. '- saiky corn pior fc s, 1 Hcach and Droragdt'!, I Albright }-io«v. I pair hay carriages ID fc lour. 1 la'ien cop buggy- tingle and donbie trees, [ 5 Sets of , front srcars set single ; harness 7 collars and bri!!«.-. j 10 mil lu-lsan ronnsr ducks. Sa'^ t j ixftdn at i2 o'clock a crttlit tf 10 months will be ^iven on all sums of five dollars and «p-.var!-5. By pHrcha.-ers gi\sn^ a note ·eritb appro\eu security. John D. Riley Roijert Thompson Aucte- PIus 3Iil!er clerk. Balid Stravr -_ 65 Piasrer £' .50 per ton. Cenipiit Sl.40 per bbll Per bbl. ?4-: TM Flour ' Eov's Suits and Overcoats, w In onr L : ^ J^!/t \ve have an extraord.nary line of suits and overcoat, macic up wiih all the little touches that appeal so much to the. boys. Sweaters and Mackinajp Just the thing for cut door sports. See the new mackinaw « eave sweaters with roll collar we are showing at $5.50 to $7.00 Other sweaters 50ct to $7.50. rj Com !fc Corn, £0 Adams County Teacheis* Institute, Walter's Theatre, 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 tickets for sale a the office of the County Superintendent, Saturdays. November 8 and 15. ! Course and single tickets jwii! be sold at Welter's j Theatre each day of the 3 , Institute. Effective June 15. 1913. II WESTERS MARYLAND 2AMAT - 8:05 A. 31- Daily Except Sunday for Baltimore, ilanover, York and In- rerm*rsiate Pom" 10:3-5 A. il. Daily for Hagerstcv.-n, Waynesboro, Ch2mbersbnrg,Han- cock, GtnBberlzmO, El Vans, and Points West. 12:5-5 P. 31. for Ycrk and Intermediate - Pofnts -- -5:59 P. 31- Daily for Baltimore, Hanover, and Intermediate Po'ni* 6:58 P- 31. Daily except Sunday for B. and H- Division Points to Hi?h- field, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Charofcersbiirg, Shippens- barg and Hancock^ittsfanrxb. and all points "West. Sunday Onij. 7:13 Xew Oxford, Hanover. York, Baltimore and intermediate «t»- tions. Grad.of I will be in Get t y s b a r « every Tnc?day a t P e a r o s e Myers* Jewelry Siore. W. II. DIXKLE Pomfert St.,Carlisle- PUBLIC SALE On Tuestiay December 2. K'l", The untlc'-pgne--: v.iH sell on thtt Samn- ·j Vaughn farm along the EaimiJsbujr: roi«l three juiics sonth of Geitysburg, tbc folios inTM live ft . .... *prir.2"r-- 4 fine.,Slock Balls one a fine Red Dnrhamt FiJiy head of I Jogs, 9 gxxl Chester WJUitt 1 - ei^ht weeks old by day of sale. 7 Berkshire i*ig=. 0 weeks old by d^y of » le. 1 3Iale Hog. The balance Sbc -«e;sihujc frors. 4»J to ioO pounds. f:aitt to rotsjjncnce at I o'clock. P. 31- A creai^of K montl-s wist be tpvcn on all over S.5.i». Five per cent, off _ for cash. Sale vrii! 1e held rain 01 shine. E3IORY C. ZFPP. G. R Thompson. Acct. C. C. Bream. " ' Remember what we say it is, It is. F U N K H O U S E R S A C H Popular Advice. Cnlcago's Health commissioner advises young men to take a kiss -whenever the girl Is willing, regardless of t alleged germs that linger on ruby Iip3. Olotln.es j ' Xow. there is a man of sense. Many a" slipshod yoong fellow has thus been j ! inoculated wlia the "germs that made a man of him.--Pittsburgh FOR SALE Modern nine room house Heat and all conveniences. Lot 46x232 ft, Terms to suit purchaser^ J. B. Hamilton 1EWSP4PERS NFWSPAPFR!

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