The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on November 29, 1913 · Page 2
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, November 29, 1913
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,, .. «i ' - - - -- r . , , -"·""' ",'JL. "· '" · County's Dry Goods Department Store Don't Delay Selling Your Furs f." '-··'- v - : P J ^ ^ v;fcc in F--7- »v ·-: · V'-- The Stock Adjustment Sale the Coat and Suit department advertised last week in The Times and which brought us big business will be -continued. 0 New Coats from back orders have since come in so that there is * still r neater assortment than can be found in lay other store out side of large cities.; With values greater than ever. PP not postpone ihe purchase of you- Suits or Coat, buy now, get theme oi it as cold weather may catch you unaware. · ,.-. The demand for furs is strong now. It probably ' " ' ' · - ' , .J_ ' .' · ' ~ " "' ·" -- Iv" 1 ' "'"' j- Z f?^.' ''.'~^'-',f. ' will not be as strong later--which will mean a drop in prices. I am going to make a shipment on Tuesday! Bring me what you have on hand either Saturday or Monday und remember you get from me not only the high- market prce bat GET IT IN CASH »**# Special Offerings From now to the Holidays in Men**, Boy's and Children's Clothing, and Men's and Women's Shoes. I n fafct we have, attractive bargains in everything in the .-sitbfeT. " - · . " Sg . ~ " ' '.'"·- '· -···;;--·-: ··--·· HARRY VEINER, 21.7, pS T orth Sti-tton Street. Gettysburg:. Both Telephones. v\*' Men^s $8 Suits now| ^..":;;. ; ; " , : : , ; $ Men's $10.00 and Sipoo Suits now 8-00 Men's $i2.00 and S 15.00 Suits now 10.00 O V E R C O A T S Men's $6.00 Overcoats for $4.59 Men's $8.00 Overcoats for 5.98 Men's $io.GO and $i2.00 Overcoats for 8.79 S H O E S Men's heavy every day $ i .75 Shoes for $1.38 $2.25 Shoes for 1.89 MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS *** Sweet Orr and Shippehsburcr makes. The best two makes in the country, greatly reduced. RLESTZ, Gettysburg Auto Tiirie Repair Shop r ; T "* · .-· 42 W.-KICH STREET V V l . 5 --,; -4- TjJBES.A SPECIALTY ' . ... "\VKh:"Vo."i!ern steam equipment, I am prepared to do general" repair work blo»--'its,-?.-c!;oi:.safi«lr*tr««ain}r. If the hole is not longer than tatub it can -«_irtd. ' .-atisfaittian {tuaranicwl. TWELVE PASSENGER r c , AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE , . -·off. rr»w3"' Reliable and Powerful! Try it. Tours and BastlefieM "trlfe a speciakj Local Phone U7 X C. A. STONER, prop. : -V/e give "S- H-rKGreen Trading Stamps | Corner Sqdtre and Carlisle St. §" GETTYSBURG, PA. | I » » » . 5f» ri:*£«£«s«£«£e£»::5«3»s«s:«£« I i; FURNITURE AUCTION! Chas. 3. Mumper Co. will sell a lot of SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS in Center Square Saturday, November 29th, | I I Public Sale '- r '"' Modern airie'room" house Heat and all cbiiviolences. ' ' ^oV|§3X2 jp? kf Terms i o suit .purchaser. "*"_"".__"'__ _"'"'; Fire peariii Circle of^^^^tviile;^J; t give a .scppE r m'''Wa.rre!i's ; HaII' Satnr-' day evening Nov:".29ih, or, in case of inclenient vyeather, Monday evening. Usual refreshments. Everybody ia- vited.^-advertlseinent- Clearier The'tiJidersigned will'sell on the S:iniu- el yaugliii farm alon^ .tlfe .EnifflitSburg " jiii^e niiles south torGettysburg,' the iciiQwin£ lire stocky . . - ._. v :;Eis!iteen jiead of CJattle, ;53jnk;,Cpvvs. tlnee oriich:wi!l belfresh ty.;"ume.of sale, one ^'as. fresh. In September." and one will be fresii in Jaiiuaryf 9_Heifets, 2 of them j-lose spmi^ers.'.ijiihe'iStotk-. Bulls _,*-·-.-,-. v- -- -, =-.*. .., r ^-,-,,~-^7f^rV^i$^P^.-.6 s jf^v? v p1d'*y day oi '-, H:i-^$i.fefe^^;^^^^|^f ^|^eVllvSp^I%SJSb^afinee Shoati ·^: ; . :iifiBB*i!lI"^* " " "R*SYt : WKiiir :i gj-JvFei^hingJfnsii,40ito"--l6c?5o'j5h«. "^-r^Aisl _ . fn'_2l'2' '^L jT' t. ~-~~?·-" '--t «-----^l 1 -. Store. snnis over So.00. Five per cent, off for i cash. Sale will be held rain oi sifme. s EMORY; c. ZFPP. j G. R. Thompson, Auct. Grad.of Optics.29 Porofert St.,Carlisle. | C. C. Breain'. Clerk. Town Property SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, AT 1 O'CLOCK t Twolto^-weil'buat.brick house, seveoirrBoms"'aid bath! Halls all through. Heated,with hot air. Stable, outbuildings, etc. "Lot 75 feet front, situated at 112 Hanover I Street. " . z^^f*''****"*" C^f'" 5 5 , ,,^ George G^ Gottwald at one o'clock. This lot is much better goods than the last lot sold. Some of it is almost new. Iron Beds and Springs that were used during the encampment, Cots, C^ot w Pad% Pillows, Mattresses., i :oad Walnut, .Leaf.Table, Walnut ^Sofa, Couches. lots of other gooVfe not mentioned. iri'th e h'al fshel 1 ^ ^ . 24.C'ents..a.dpzen,.X5 centra ha3rdozen_._ r . G _ ^ ' - J " ~ * % - ~*~ --""" _ ' _ _ -- -- '' .*--;.-- i " ."" .a. tria.1 · · i.. i-.. 6 C A F £ . 1 1 8 Carlisle 5treet -',' But a lew more weeks remain to dispose of our: miss this opportunity to buy what you need for the We CaU Special Attention to a Few Ladies* Dep*t SiocL, Everthing must go. Don t nter at^boiITcbst of the ·argaiis 20 25 Ladies' Coat Suits $16.50 Now $12.45 Now $10.45 Other Suits from $3.98 up. 35 Long Coats in Blacks and fancy mixtures, were $9.00 --now $6.95 Other Coats from $3.85 to $24 oo-- were $7.00 to $35.00. FURS! FURS!! They are going at prices never beard of before, from $3.50 to $29.50 sets were $6.50 to $40.00- one sptrc- ial 1 ot--- abou t 20 sets--- a;t«34:85 were S7.50. Men's IJep'i. M n's -nils at-priri s nrv. i«I J V« forr-. One specif !·»; J«^ 5his v*-. k of $14.00 and $15.00 Suits n- $9-75. OIII.T Si;iis from $3.50 to $21.75- BOY'S SUITS r. 0 \ 's Snits from Sl-15 to $S-CO \v ft h-/.v«- picked cut a spcci.U lot ! M ' - i - s (K ; trccats* that were S15.CQ ?--d $16.00 now SI 1-25. Seperate Troupers, f»cr.i 75c to ^^.^L Overalls 6oc to S5c now 5lc 79c ..Bath Robes and Smol?n« j a i k - i ^ r . t a bisj reduction. .--- ·--··-· " · FUNKHOUSER SACHS "The Home of Fine Clothes. Effective November 16, 1913. MARTLA8D BAIL! AY _ ;5G A. M, Daily Except Sunday for | Baltimore, Hanover, York and I Intermediate Points. ilO:2S.A-.,ii.- Daily for Hagersto^m, I " ' " ' 'Waynesboro, Charabersburg, i Hancock, Cumberland, Pitts| -"burgh"and Chicago also Elkias, 112:25 P. M. for Hignfield and intenhe- I diate stations.' ! 2:55 P. 51. for York, Baltimore and ] Intcrniediate Points. | 5:SC P.^M.. Daily except Sunday for | B and H. Division Poir.Ys to j Highf.eld, " also Hagerstowa, j Waynesboro, Chaiabersb'jrg and i Shippensburg. \ 6:13 NCTV Oxford, Hanover, York, I and intermediate stations. i j ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF » VALUABLE REAL ESTATE On Wednesday tae 17th day of December. 1913, the undersigned, oy virtue cf an order of sale to him directed by the Orphans Court of Adams coanty, -will offer at pabhc sale or vendae, en the premises, the following valuable real estate; j All that cei'cain Tract of Land situ- late in Tin-one Township, Adams Coun- |tv, Persna., known as the "Peter Gise JFarm", Iving along the; road ^nicn Heads fro'm the New Oxford road^ 4.0 i Bowlder, Uvo miles O^ortneast- of I Keidlersburg and about three and pne- Jhsif miles from York Springs, adrom- ng lands of W. S. Hpsck, Jacob Zepp, WJl'iam Shull, William Arthur, «k F. Hoaek-fann, and others, con^m;ng 103 acres and 48 perches of land more or less, improved with a two-story brick dtrelling house and outkitchen, bank barn and necessary o-at-build- ino-s; also apple orchard and other fruit, several good wells of never-failing water. Th : s property is in a fair state of repair and ccltivation and is convenient to Church, School and Mar- Ike'ts ^5 per cant, of the purchase money to "be raid or secured on day of sale and the balance April 1st, 1914. Sale to begin at 1:30 P. M. sharp. · ·. WILLIAM HERSH, Administrator of estate of B. Frank Gise, deceased. Nov. 19,. 1913. INEWSPA'PERf EWS'PAPER!

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