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November 18, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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BY. C.M.S^«X2 mv£ssi22r PA. SOLICITED U / SACKS Mm I DAINTY GIFTS! J By JULiA 8OTTG7MLEY. ! "What coiild please a dainty woman f more than the little dressing sacks : made of mull or silk or any of the | ihia filsry fabrics of ^hich there are ^ buljet j so inaio ? These fabrics are gay \vita I " £^.^1, .. «?,, . u= ; u · printed Sov.ers or covered with dots j THE HERO IN BLUE. I sing not of tlv ^cl.ll.-r \Viio saved tl It. .'.I'i'J foi ^PU. But of the hero v.'io a'J u t c k AVeors the o'. eia.Ui uf blue. He hears no souJiOIns bugle. Bui at the nhlit'.e's L-i^ra he's To lixbt the doily battle And to Jo ln nobie share. ¥?FPORT RE.r\J£Vl OFii» «,au,i.o 0 or theciTiaux-s TKUsr; g^-S^^^g^gg@fe-^^^g f - (.U.MPAXV «f GHTTYi-BUK';. AOauj-, Co.. gSgg' "fc-fr-.**^-^ .-av. *··*- *·· «-...--H-..-8E. btisinev-.. XO%~- 1. 1310. He faces no !ou3 cannon, " But beiore tl-e furnace fianie. At tlie tiuoitle or in dark, deep mine Tli:s hero oft dies i;-j.zae. But he's the Le:o jsaLts our land The v.orksajp V? ib land embroidered, figures. \Yaen s. j The v.orksaop or tfce v.xr.o. ! plain ranH or batiste is uss.2 it is en-- ^ Ke r , av no , JE;J a tayonet hornf j beliished -Kith taelis, en-broidery and I -^ or »", a a rampart Cie. | :aee. Ribbon rosettes and bows are 1 Bui his hard iv.nJ i-a, i used 02 a-I of these pretty morning i Ou - pin±ac:e so .1:3 placed our Sand ::2t th9 ^2x:ons sac-J hi v.-onfier AnJ t! e psop'c l-'a^-e the Lord Tb^t tl'^r Melodies of I-bor Are greater t:ian C:«r sv.ord- C. 31. THH LIGHT BRAK?!A. The U'-riit the ! J STOCK OR EGGS, V/HiCK? s -.1 ;uo-«uoi fivai u hrerest others. "How sSwuW ! .ill the irlo Imu ircm if Xofs ---- S -fC.j til i eserve Nickels unTec-uts Uheete* MM! eas2 ifm- DaefromJi.n-'s.icclTru-t Co- -cot us r«."-t;ri.f--- s'-ian?ral It's re:,::y .i \,:Cx y::ru fancier's bird j - i " A srksut, se-t^ fov.-S f jr cwiifiued rni»s. I jackets aafi -ace makes a dependable 1 . Not t:_tr a I: inii:itr.-iiit?u are fehus "fe S tli I£!t trtev *^e tl^JE^Xi^ Jv ^i. ^-' not .e b fooi_you with tey will be ©fie: to [ \ fa.s!:es ; 2g ^t the ::eck sacl vraist, |1 The material for s-jcii a sack T. IU li cos;: auvv.-h c r2 from 2no to tv.o col Urs h: good c.-allnes. si . cr _ 0 -. 0 j ac :r e t of silk or ; i · riaied cottons coses aezzz :o --ctiiia^ ~ ~.- j of yard-v.-i-Je gccsl2 is an anple ailov.-- Pi-o£b by C. if-TSirr^ta. ! ance fer it. i The T.orcaa 7.110 can EC'S" neatly z:nPY. I gnc;; =7, possible to ta.Se the sini^Ies^ a source of ri-c-rcatioa for the doctor | racterlals.--short lengths and remnants fjf -le:isure for the lav.-nr. o: ueii^h; \ ot gcods tl-at cost next to nothing-to I'M ~sUov.-nMU~:u«l of i:^i«ra;i.'is si:; a-id convert the-ni into just saca pretty more wars tiuii oi:e to the ic^el^r. [ lanionos and cresses sacks as are .Xii-rc- has bjcn 1:1 licit dLSMi^ a tc| Ecov.ji here. It recuires very little ez- the orirau of rise- !iralu;:.s. -S^lisi Bill's ^__^ tr"iniT t-" make us S eUevt- it 1 ! ::;I tht j ^/^S^§S5^ ^^-£|;?j:;.,s^i| ^,,:ce te ,,,,.,*. slonalfy tobeWc-Ivtd'h. bay/.L'^t-X: I f Mixed Y.'Ith Sulphur It j §| Darkens so Naturally Xobodv can Tell .-,iwk. The old-lime mixture of Saee Tea" c ^ _ is au ;i^er -«;r t!se nest -e.:-a. :u-ti j: ,, roul hf u ; -_osearacce :s of'..ha great-: iiae lceee::i^r is t : ie oUj-^t j'ou uiay es * advantagel ; mate prorreiiy bac-1: to i).tres:ts. I Nowadays, though, ire don'-; have; rouud::t:on sio^-x is a!i in % -»oit:irc. : the troab'esorr:e task of gathering the · and bave.-s siio; : :a i-ftt Li.^e over aisa?3 a"d the mussy nik-iing at home, r " " Ail dru^ stores seii the ready-tc-ise S s!i. a P ^ 1 - " 1 s a of will you principally by Street peddlers and the candy of 5 a*id 1O These cost -cent a or even soid-to. people you ior any price. M * EJC5 1 ® ' f E S ' ·" you want before bnv:i:-r. This si-.e-; ·. ne tlit. ' i a e s \v,i \ y ' them the EX:ri:^U Ur:.li^!.t "·;!·; '. .·eJ j bi:t tile A:r.e: :·.;!· !-!'· i I'.-^.L-'a v a t j f~ons :: ::rer i-c-:^ : t^:::.^i,5 o: ! " ~ bretiiis enters^;; ii:t- the!" srr :ts: ! The- Ph:.ii:rh:.is ilin^Ii^h i:r.:ar»:i» lit · r tie rescmblf,-d tlie Aaoinc.-.:: Braa:a:l.| | havinrr sins.c oo::ib ar.i: n:'~rf-~ "^';:: . enJirare or more;-, ^a: sc-ir.e time o^c ... j ao::.^- tc maice iia~ -cu -- out taev are ~ ~ et-ling Dretty and izsef-j! as -s-e!- c v.ome^ friends. K_r2 is a ^rcap ·Kcke and cc-stiiig aajv.here iro 3 j cents to £-2 cr S3, S3rt cl lacs used i" tLem. 'j"on !*"= - -v [ ^ _ . - . . - - . -- .^ -- ^^ v.^^.i k^.^. ^^",*y~ "'"·=· - j i The honnet-shaped .gap is mace or Charters of a %artl of lace plaiting ^.vh:cii Is bought rea-Jy mace. A circle ·*"3 I baring a fiiaineter of IS Inches makes j the cro-K-n. This is gathered into the j ! oonnd etige of tlis ready-made plaitinc. o jards o' ribbon an inch and a salt (Ie fern:s a can5 aboct the face anj "| | neck finished v. :ih c. little COT,- a; each 1 side. Tee i Is turned back | i about the face and tacked to piece. ! The croTvti of the other cac is ziade of two strips of ribibon and taree ci the American h.jvjEjT the pea cornt j %£ snd brosii. overivipgiTLr s'-.r.IL 'K^tinc | ^-, tive chnr.jcteri:c^ of the An.tr.oaaj v^^ outer sl:..r.:cs ais-i «':ter -t:;-S :;.iil'l:c We are iiasrtfc;:; tri EC- solely to ^ are cont^ have been i=cer.ed z-? zniirano ·onasy pfct the ^, ^ W.^i^^^^^fgS^^j .a muca !i« .n.v. U£ u n,,. lu :, po^ - ^^ - ^ , - asirndancs v , Hch is So »|fe £.ttra.s.tive: :,ssiCes. prevents dandruff, j · :to.i"ne scr.Ic arc falling' hair. ; ! m FEATHERS A W D EGGSHELLS, lihodesia. ?outh Arrit-:. Iins recrular poultry inspectors, who ir.ee;: ;:·! trr.Ins coniins: into that territory a:.-l reje^-t | ^^^^^^^^^sa^^^g any poultry ucSt for fowl. TI::-^ o f j if^W^W^m 1^ Ehe "Dark Cor.tiner.t" l/eiiii: :the.:cl or, 1 1 | s =« ^, Uncle Sam ia poultry iu^'iectaonl' ^fe?^32» 3Ia:iy beginners seleit u ii::e ia try where is hottest comr^titK-n !oth; S ,,,,,,. o^^^rT-C-n-^ *^^r-»,.·- o. S ! S2 for Ewuftec ana sho^-. and the ^'^' RSt2riBgqmSLPKlIADELPHlA.PA.J8 = -of Tri.Jer experience has the ailvsr-- j ta^e of thei". Take capons Tlv-." ars | nsaac of rcostefc, easy to raise, ^el! the ! hi^he^r. and yet so many pass ihis l»y | irhen the ceirsaad for capons is unlim !ted. Ti'.e lien is not .n musician, as soir.e troclcl have us believe. ?^he cannot make i: any czzs anot sustrin lio-iiiy! vigor or. a:ere i»raa. Neither i^= -he :'. i natural jrnr'vge disposal plant. Sht i ^ ofTa! inrc cainor ti:s::^e siveet 5 u~3 iifcsh r.rtl srnimry crr^. ainl no laghuase :iri nit-lit -^rn :n;!»cr us believe such rot. ICe'*;* the Tv.uer vessels fall of clear, fre^h v-jter the year roii'iu. it i- not rin'y nece^s.iry to the br-nlth azj'l i coir.ff-rt of il.c- fov.I. bat re::ien:ij'; ' t h f E r,vr-r t5 Tier cent of the o.. si-! o"tr -"^ vvsiitr»- -V i i_*i ·w,v*iTM si rlent for h-r e^^s "nil I ·j'3.'-' 1 y TC To vsve fis.!! ^ii:n-!i th.it mijilit " . sive ·-·_: ^tJ. ·-.- ·« ·· h'le i · ''_. M 1 h.e.- j Iu-.il. inches ~ ; ile. They are ^ , stitched together, A yard of plaited ''] -~.cz n.a.-:es rLo mfHe. The crov-n is ·u ..j.c f. ^ r ^ « ctv. cu to the *Iait-i^ anti ."^n elastic ; """ ""^"~* ~ "^ * " *~~* ***" t *--' * -- "· » : = Satin r.bt-Gi, one inch -aide js gathered * | to term 3:ttle Sobers of four petals ·~ , rrcnt of the cap v.-rh a hr-ns^s !cop "" ,. aac cic 3^"-. -g a f.nich at each sice. { The co~sct cc-er made of strips of · paint d'e^prlt ;a-:cs scms time tc ; --..nal.e. !.·-· '·ery I.ttlc expense to bu.v , _ - , ' the n.a'-'iiair. The rcir.t c'cST.r.t stnps .___ N -r rarrov fc.ig:r.s of this pattern^ arc i . ' " *"" " ' " j cr,"i;ry about tl-,t; tcp and t're v aisi j 4 / ·""·"" c '' ! " · l f - /_; 3 ' f, ,, . - . . - . - . . ~ ^ - - . - . - , carr.es a satin ribbon less tear, an I ' ' "~ c ^ ! " ' 3 x t / " . ,, . . , . : . : : ; . ' , - ' . "" ', · - - . . d e . A very -- ro~ Yal edge | .°' '"' ! ·"·· va - ^" ! V e r i e r t T ' " : ._ - ^ " · ' : ';'-. 1- ^'^- ^ top and the stoa'.der j ^;|-;^ ^. ^ ., _ = * r r ^ - are r~ode o: t*:cso narroTM 2nsez- ·* * * *"· 4 A *--« JI -^- J '1 - J -- ·., i c. . · r * % r . - . , - " + * , * f .-« ^ j n. t 1 "* "*"-r"v«^v Iv» IK* **otl?»** "'p^T; v ! . t ' ? ^ - ',, ,'.,- .":',: r L, ^^l"^^^'^^^- are meant j " : " r.dr..iite.l Cr.soy. "but o; have* £ ' -' -. i ,«£7'^'3xs**sgtg £ ^'.^""^^TC^S^ / .§; / ; ji5S"9ri ^^ ^U» *3tZ£, ^A r,in the T.Ai5.1r.n O: i !;i 'ii ·· iii~-?re a s.ire -xny to ' shoe at no higher Then COTTJCS the c.ddcd -,-}! "O: r.": rl.vaj-- idi b the teeth. yo ;r « to r^ cla't occas.^-c me; are ^o pretty tne ,Why Wother Smiled. tr^ r «-ti *.F Fjre tc tre.-i.ra tfhem and Certalr.iy Very Busy. , C -". D J' -e --"-·--:·' o. ·^ear.-^J.hoia. "I can't ihiuk why the pawr calls What Bothered Kim. j George--"Sidn't you notica that I me z. sco-i-for-noth-.ng Last winter I "Did ycnr father ever raise Ms . p _ essed voar foot at dinner tonight?" v.or. tv.-o tofcossan races and aiso a hand to you, Billy?- asked Tommy. Et^ei---'^^ it -svasn't my foot you prize for pigacn f=aoct.r.g and motor · Hundreds of r.nies," said Billy. "But pres3cd Oh" George. I-wondered vhy i "*-- Jr- leasing styet- prce l ^ T . _ -- «^ -v-c-a" t £ - A -- ^ - S . ^ 7 - ror rscing. And th^u lately i have been it wasn't that that bothered me. iu«s.de %JCtfreSsficnt ot tb~ cf-I* IVE® { \vi-ere I jrot stung it dowu." wliea lio aother \vst sntihng so s\\e«,tly at tlia ! minister'."-- Je by RAYMOND and MYERS Charnbcrsburg St, Gettysburg. ,

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