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November 12, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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ftiif^^vfi^mf^^^f^fevS^^Mis^SSS^SSysS^^ G- W. WEAVER SON The Leaders Special this Week GETTYSBURG, PA GETTYSBURG, PA. New E3=e«" Dea:? In Philadelphia was circulated a story that Coimie Mack of the Athletics had traded Outfielder James "Walsh to the 2Cew York Americans as part ofji deal by which Frank Chance sent Claude Derrick to the liiltiniore club, partly ! owned by Mack, last year. When '· President FarreH of the ^e\r York Americans v.-as asked about the sup. posed deal he declared that, while he hadn't acmalir signed papers that ; \vould make Walsh his property, some; tiling Eiigbt come of it later on. j The report is a rriSe premature," " said Farreli-.-aisd I only wish that I could "confirm it- It is true that last : summer wben Chance let Derrick go. : to the Baltimore club he asked Mack 7 In the Federal League. The Federal leaguers claim that Tommy Leach. Roger Rresnabaa. George Stovall and Wilbert Kobiason ·will ni2»:u:e teainsjn the outlaw circuit. Br«s«xiak;in fc»s a throe } ears' contract wi«-b the Cubs at S1O.COO a ^__ year. Robiusou couldn't be hired to j |j leave bis old pal. John McfJnnv. :»u«J j the Giants. I-each may r.ot reiuaiu } ·with Hvers iMM-suse of advaijcins y«sirs. i \vhile Srovairs threatened deft-viiou | ·will not sase aj earthquake m St j _ ^ T ^ I!ie - -'-'-- · · · .,,, si;;, seen in many a day. Xot oaly from the standpoint of te j is:* J Schloss, Baltimore iuiere-si iii -a" ssiaa® Overcoats W E have some wonaerf uily attractive styles, in new rail Overcoats-the smartest models we think that we've 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.B5 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 525.00 special SI7.50. to lee him hare an outfielder, one of , . etr then ^reari^s Athletic unlfornas- I ''. Mack at first couldn't see it, but as he Derrick iu Baltimore he finally three i!ayers from whom -*.- could a selection, and it. it is a iQijshty to scrimp ills scboolib? for the l«eueSt . of the few dollar* tbtit may be got out f j of his labor as a result. Ic is all too i j »i»rs '. '· little .'-in- the average boy sets vras aGior.g: them." V/restier Kahmout Killed fay Bandits. : YussiS: Mahmout. a Bulgarian \rres- uer. v.-ho met a cumber ot 'America?! 1 1 mar men. iucludius: Frank Gocch, by at be^t. a«;«l the least his father can ; \ i «?o i-* to see that he is in school every | '· day that it is possible for bsm to b e j i nn I A....... -._-*. 4 IKx-. -n*» «^v C hi * 1 rt^« 1 Of'£u1 1 · M K \ r iri'ie 10 statt xviih.-ihat "|| establishes their quality of course--a little better v.c % believe, in style and smartness, than anyihinj; iht-ir ^ desio-ner has produced heretofore. O *· See them. O. H. Lestz S J | I: so Ions as the boy is interested in ·work and niakiHj; the most of bis |: time- There is little cboK-e from the stand 1 Give S. Ji.Green j. rading Stamps. Corner Centre Square aad Carlisle Street- Gettysburg, \Tho:«! be was dcfcJ.ted, tvas killed by point of liumuniry between ihe man " Ii::!:?m:ia ar^iy durius the late war and. according to their story, treat: to the ;o\vii to draw some money to pay off the men iu bis command. Sixteen who :s directly respo-^H'Je for the pwr aisimal's d«ith. XV'heu a horse arrives at the !Ki:it where to work It further is s!n-er trwehy the husaaue niai hi Real Estale \V'e would like to ad-l a fc\v f.irms to our Hit of Real Estate for sale. Ifvou h a \ c any ih:it \cu would . %ke to sell and place, jn t c ?ia";(c!: oi a Real Estate I Agents. \ve will be glad to handle same for you; no | matter whether laro-e or small or where located. x T Or if you want to buy any Real Estate,call on or | address. Other splendid values at any price you wish to pay-- Great assortment to select from ! _ Gettysburg Auto Tire Repair Shop - 42 W. HIGH STREET TUBES A SPECIALTY I -vill be in I G e t ^r-sb a r g | every Tues Jay j a t P e 11 ro s f i Myers" Jewelry j With modern steam equipment. I a:a prepared to do genera! repa i r w n k : , Store. I blow-onts, secrions and retreading. If tbe hole is nut longer tii :.n the tub ;t . an | e repaired- SatLsiacrion guaranteed. | \V. H.DLN'KLEi TWELVE PASSENGER X ** l_rTL- * *-- -*- J-*^f*Jf*u* h-fc^Jt--»». i AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE . % . T Co aiorrable. Reliable and Powerful. Try it. Tours and Batden-U trips a s iccialtj Grad-of Otacs,29 Pomfert St.,Carlisle. j f i p aone H7 X C. A^STONER, prop 'Tk f^ I ] ~, -- ^L-l^--. I have just received a Standard Automatic Milk Separator which can be seen at Bigierville now This machine is guaranteed to separate 750 pounds of milk per hour, and as soon as I have sufficient number installed I will buy the Cream at regular price for creamery butter. J. W. Pettis Trbxeli and Swisher Real Estate Agents 104 Baltimore St. Gettysburg Pa. GOJWE look over oar and Shoes, oae knoca the result. C. B. Kitzmiller An Honestly Built Stove That Sells On Merit EARLY NOVEM ?l.r\J--^O 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 Ladies Dep't BniLlin? form -rly The Peon Esther range does not have a lot of fancy d | coration that is hard to keep · clean--and at the same time it is excelled by none in appearance. It is the most solidly built and best general purpose cooking; ran^e we know. One O O 1 that we can conscientiously guarantee. H. T. MAKING led bv^traw^Slacker Co. Eearof dlfl K«td ; ns Freight Dei* r. To the woman with $15 to spend for a w i n U r suit or coat. We have made a special effort to show a ] line of coats and suits at this popular pi ice. They are here in the new Browns,Blues,Grays,Olives, and fancy mixtures. Of course if you want a suit of more qualstj" we can show you over 200 styles to select from at prices ranging from $15 to $40- Furs Furs We have alway made a special effort to give you just a little more for your money than you c?n get elsewhere. Remember our guarantee if they are not right, we will make them right. See our special Black or Brown, sets at $10.00 other furs, $5.50 to $65. J Dresses Dresses Of Even 1 description, Special all Children's school cresses that were $1.00 and $1.25 Xow89c. Mr. man or young man with $15 to $18 to .-pend for a winter suitor over coat. We are prepared to ir.ret your demand whether you want a plain business suit or a fancy nov/iity they' are here in Brown Blue, Gray, and the seasons new p* ncil stripes in acorr.binaiion of colors. Ot* ers suits $6.50 to $32.00 Over coats $5.50 to $58.00. Bey's Suits and Overcoats, I n c u r o. - «it-t we have an extraord.nary line of suits and overcoa-, :nade up xvith all the little touches i*»at appeal so much to the boy?. Sweaters and Mackinaws 1 l J 3 " ,, S » just the thing for out door sports. See the new Ki weave sweaters whh roll collar we are showing at $5.50 to $7.00 Other sweaters SOcts to $7.50. «· For Sale Cheap f 38 full bred White Orpings Cockerels (bred of stock from famous Owens farms, Mass.) Send orders quick: also Eggs in Season W. W. Detter Rendersville, Pa. oooooeoooo^ z When You Buy a Stief f Piano Yon JTCT an instrn-neat ir.t. Ttbxh is busk all that the skill an.1 ex- T*M5ca~-e That 71 v«an can sire you- Tnc c.xn*r of the SHeff Piano is O-"- of uninterrupted honor. Honor Kecause of excellence-- and bor.or \\ish =co:e«- It 1= a piano known to our Fathers and Grand-fathers, and from the first it has !een swsht, aftjr, Lor.ored and esteemed, aad SEE THE STIEFF-HEAR IT Vl ^f- TV s M *· to where jor.r i ia-io money will bsiag :hi m35O- ~ Thev arr .lifferent from other player?. It is. the one player-piano tha: .-rrJwnUveti with a hnman-lifce touch. - ? ' ! " tluu v4c for ^«T bcautifnl new cataio^'.e. fnlly illnstratin S oach piaJ^. \Vt \ri'i mail it to yon, free, or caU and see the m.nrumer.ts. E'-Fnv PI A.SO FULLY GUAU VTEE». WHY XOT OWN A GOLD " " M pianos taken in exdionge. Our prices are light, our tenmuill ou. , S t i e f f P i a n o " T O v- r W a r e r o o m s :;) \V«; Market Street YORK, PA. «· 1 Remember what we say it is, It is. F U N K H O U S E R S A C H Horrxe Of ^^Ir^e Olotli.es I! Domestic Tyrant. j No Infallibility. |! "Wbat's the conclave at your house j Dictionaries are like watches; tfce about?" "We are discussing the advis- j worst is better than none, and thfe ability ot impeaching the cook,"-- best cannot be expected to go quite P'ttsburgh Post, ! true.--Samuel Johnson, .NFM'SPAPFRf IFWSPA.PFJ

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