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November 25, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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. if]! *.*·}-. SI I - W. WEAVER SON G.W. SON The Leaders For Quick Stock Adjustment Ladies' and Misses suits *. - , s -- " Entire Balance of Stock at Much Under Value Prices-- . · Do not Postpone the Buying or Your aurt $32.50 and $37.50 Suils $25.00 and $27.50 Suits $20.00 and Suits $16.50 ' and $18.00 Suits $15.00 , Suits $12.00 $S«§b ; "Wooltex** Style Book Suits of Brown Bedford .Cord, Mahogany and Navy Diagonal Worsted-Navy Eponge, Xavv Eponge Boucle, and many others --These Suits are the top of the style, beautifully trimmed, not gaudy, richly lined. -If your size is among this lot vou can consider vourself lucky--Sizes 16 to 38. A saving of $7.50 to $8.00 on a suit. Of Silk Mixed Suitings in Black White, Diagonal Plain Cheviots in Black. Copenhagen Z\ baline,Burgundy ' Taupe Cheviots and many others. These suiis are in several of the newest styles of 'TVooltex" and other ssakes. A very large range cf styles in \arioas fabrics---exceptional values at their former prices--Satin guaranteed linings. Several grades of serges in Black and Xavy. Chiffon Broad Cloth, Eponge. Mattalesse. Silk finished Worsted. Unfinished Worsteds c---Col- ors---Black. Navy, Burgundy. Taupe. Gr^y, Brown .C-, in almost all sizec. Many in odd sizes trom 37 to 43 for stouts, in conservative styles. Others ·.\ith touches of trimming and cut that commands them to the 1 ultra fashionable. This is an opportunity that sel- darti comes at this season. Regular stout sizes in Black. Xavy. Burgundy Taupe Serges. Bedford Cords aad others in a variety of styles. .Some in modified Balkin Russian Blouse" styles--all correctlj' tailored and splendidly lined, with stjle touches that stamp them as of greater value than we gave them. Mainly Xavy, Brown Black Clay and Dress Serges--in splendid styles Just put into stock, in late October.- $24.75 row $21.50 now $16.75 and $17.75 $9.00 and $10.00 $12.50 and $14.50 $16.50 and $18.50 $20.00 and $22.50 values now $13.75 and $14.75 now $11,75 t 95 v-. Suits These siuts are^o£.Serges anu.^..^...- t _ nish" Suitinsj "fabrics--the character of naterials that w'ere,in the $26.00 "Suits'· last ·season-f-thefends-of manufacture eFs cloths cut into .We nenjjstvles of, this season. Tor liard wear" and yet good.style' there is nothing better at twice the price. About' 200 Ladies Misses Coat^ at Exceptional Values 'Almost ' complete * 'stock--^rangTng from High Grade "~\Y"ooltex" qualities to as low as coat quality and style can' be bougM any where. -· ,, -~ ~ - - *" '·''" We'are showing a"xemafkable stock of New FURSi- ncluding Aboria Lvnx and Grey Kitt.-Not only Is the jfur,guaranteed it - wear but the lining also..V e?y ue -piefces ana Muff s--at- half -the price ofc Black-Fox and;- juarter the price of Lynx-- (bes^ L-vnx cannot be guaranteed to wear) BrmvrfOppostiia -iid Natural Furs of several of the Chfldrens' ^Hsses Furs" In \\Tiite Thibit and Imitation Fox-Wind many-others. ^ . i- Do not be misled by attractive city advertisements of- comparative values-:-Our prices are stances less than the'so called " cut prices" advertised. $25.00 and $27.50 values $30.00 values V.'ocl Coatings of a great variety IK both colors and fabrics, in Ladies," blisses Junior sizes. .Ladies* Black Cloth Coais in full lengths and con- censerv ative cut- T«-.t^e exceptional values can be had in a wide range of fabrics, colors and sl ,les--i n Misses Ladies' sizes-- iR:lud:ri«j Sport Coats, 3-4 length f: il leiijrths--Also conservative styles and stoats. A large rsn?e of stylish cloths in ^ arious colors--Astrakans, Baucles. Ci-t Velours, Chinchillas. Zybalines . others, Manv are of the celebrated -V.'coltex'" "qualities, and others of to'sa! ?rad-s, .C.-ear \ariety of styles --This Hue like those at $21.50 includes Ihe very best for general dress pur- . poses. Chinchillas--plain cut--Zybal- inrs, plaia stnpe, the warm stjlish kinds bathes to cat and fabrics. Fancy Ccjtin;-s and Boucies of the most de- sirtbfe kinds 1 for hard service and warmth- .Gr«it variety of styles and of exceptional values. Of Silk Plashes, "Wooltex" Zybal- inrs in se-..ral colors. .Soft Wide Wale Diagonals, Fancy Weaves. Cut Valours and raar.v others. .While this lars;c- line v.ith hardly two alike are suitable for dressy occasions--many are esc-eclally heavy making_ them useful for antoing or driving in extreme weather--3-4 and fuii length. This is an opportunity of selecting from a large range of styles in the most popular Persians. Zybalines, As- trakans. Broad Tail Plushes c,--in Black, Taupe; 4 Browns 'c---Fancy-col- I -'ored'br'Dlack satin linings of guaranteed crualit'es; . Large _SiUc-Frog, fcl.qs^ 'ing--D»astlyl4 length,.cut.away. corn,-. Ver3/"as also full length ' jslightly' cut-' " ' awa'v. -Hardly*'two" afilce atid 'suitable ^for'-'afiy'ileeisy occasion- ^'-; }·_·»- :% , Sport Coats at S5.00 S7.00 S10. t. S12.50 ''T,Icst'of "diir Ready-'to-Wear Stock, especially the 3 twos' c and threes--of a Mnd-have;beeft newly .priced for^quick any Longer at $7.1 at at $15.00 now $16.50 and - $18.50 now $21.50 at $25.00 moving . in- I N G ! G G ' ' ^J e e ^ .31 CLiOTHES Y ou young fellows who know what is up-to-date and wear it will find exactly what you're looking for here. We make a big specialty of Young Men's Clothes, carry all the newest things. -- buv from the most progressive and reliable *"" ^^ * "* "" * -s ^P'-'f" £ house in the business -- "Schloss" of Baltimore. Come let us fit you in a Suit or Overcoat that's just right. _ P O. H. Lestz Gitfe S. Ji.G p een Trading Stamps. Comer Centre Square and Carlisle Street. Gettysburg, Pa Xmas Gifts Like These For Babbitt Trademarks B. T. Babbitt's Premium List is one of the ^largest In the country. All kinds of valuable and serviceable articles are included. There is nothing among them that you would not be proud to own. And you can select whatever you wish by merely saving the trade-marks from SOAPS AND CLEANSERS ;tt'e lt t S You already know the value and economy of Babbitt products--how helpful and labor-saving they arc about the house. In addition to giving you your "money's worth" in soap and cleanser, we are giving you valuable premiums. ,, Stare- ihs-i'IJabhlct-itablt". -to-day. --- ^or Beautiful, Xew Illustrated Premium Catalogue, to Save .up yolir trademarks for ChrisEmas. " DOX'T forget Emery C. Zepp's big j i sale of live stock on December 2nd -- j Medical Advertising PROVE FATAL aavert'ssineni; But a few more weeks remain to dispose of our Stock miss this opportunity to buy what you need for the vnnter Everything must go. Don't at about cost of manufacture. We Call Special Attention to a Few of the Many Bargains Ladies' Dep't 25 Ladies' Coat Suits $16.50 Now $12.45 20 - " " $I4-50 Now $10.45 Other Suits from $3.98 up. 55 Long Coats in Blacks and fancy mixtures., were $9.00 --now $6:95 Other Coats from $3.85 to $24 co- were $7.00 to $35.00. FURS! FURSi! They are going at prices never heard of before, from $3.50 to $29.50 sets were $6.50 to $40.00--one^special lot--about 20 sets--at $4.85 were S7.50. Men's Dep't. Men's Suits at prices never heard of before. One special lot for this v-'eek of $14.00 and $15.00 Suits at $9.75. Other Suits from $3.50 to $21.75. BOY'S SUITS P»o\ V, Suits from 31.15 to $8.00 v.e h:.ve- pxked cut a special Jot of Men's O ' .-coats that were $15.00 and $16.00 now SI 1.25. Seperate Trousers from 75c to $5-98 Overalls 6oc to 85e now 51c J9c_^ Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets at a big reducti tion. FUNKHOUSER SACHS "The Home of Fine Clothes." - When ^\ ill Gettysburg People Learn j the IiHDcrtance of It? : Backache Is onlv a. simple t;b:ngr at I nrst: j But if you find 'tis from the ksd- i neys: i Thac serious kidnev troubles mav S follow; j That dropsy or Bright's disease may i be the fatai end. I YCJ nil! be glad to know the fol- ! .lt.-.v'Eg expeiience. i "T:s the statement of a Gettysburg | citizen. i Mrs- C. F. Bnnkerhofr, 25 Breckenridge Six. Gettysburg. '-'2... says: "One I of my family has had grea; benefit jfrora'DoanVKidnej- Pills and *re ·erill- · ing-1" recommend them. Last vnnter ; the or.e had a severe attack of kidnev j complaint and pains in the small_ of j his back. One box of Doan's Kidney j Pills mads a cure."' j Mrs. Brinkerhoii is only one of {many Gettysburg- people ·who have J^ratefullv endorsed Doan's KiJney ! Pills. If your back aches^-if your kid- ,eys bother you, don't simply ask for a kidney remedy--ask distinctly for Doan's K:dr.ev Pills, the same that Mrs Brlnkefhoii had--the remedy backed by horne testimony- 50c all stores. Foster-Milibum Co., Props, Buffalo, X. Y. "When Year Back is Lame--Re^iem'ofer the XaiKe."' For sale bv all dealers. Price 50 cents- Foster-Mflbnrn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agent for the United States- Remember the name--Doan's-and take no other- Pittsburg Chicaqo Leave Gettysburg 10:35 a- tn., connecting via Highfield w i t h Chicago" Limited, through sleepers, observation parlor and dub cars and coaches attached. Arrive Pittsburg 7:30 P- m., and Chicago 7:59 a. ir~, next day Via the Western Maryland Lines

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