The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 4, 1913 · Page 2
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December 4, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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a^v-_- w^ZSs. 1^ j. . Thefr Leaders .. G.W/Weaver Son Adams County's Dry Goods Department Store The Stock Adjustment Sale I in the Coat and Suit department adver- 1 tised last week in The Times and which brought us big business will be contin- jj ued. New Coats from back orders have [j since come in so that there is still a greater assortment than can be found m r Iny other store out side of large cities, ff* With values greater than ever. Do not " v postpone the purchase of you- Suits or %x Coat, buy now, get theuse oi it as cold weather may catch you unaware. B A E I Special Offerings I From now to the Holidays in Men's, Boy's and Children's Clothing, and Men's and Women's Shoes. In fact we have attractive bargains in everything in the Buehler's Drug Store, (Old Stand) 9 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa. Big Reductions for i! store. i «· li FRIDAY and SATURDAY I Ladies" 7.."iO coats 3.98 Ladies* $12.50 and 7 Oft J.JU $15 coats Ladies' §3.00 Silk 1 7 £ Waists \*J J j f. Ladies* §1.50 Waists ® ' { * \ - Ladies* S2.00 S\v eat- 1 ! ' 25c Corset Covers ' ~" G. W. WEAVER SGN ·--*. Ladies* $3 Sweaters ' - Ladies* 75c Underskirts 15c table oil cloth f 39c Corset Covers .lien's SI.50 Wool 7 Shirts ' Men's 50 and 73c "2 Shirts - Men's 50c fleece lin- ^2 eft Underwear -* Girls' and Boys" 25c 1 "Underwear - S U I T S Men's $8 Suits no\v $ 5^00 Men's$ko.ooand $12.00 Suits now 8.00 Men's $12.00 and S 15.00 Suits now 10.00 O V E R C O A T S Men's $6.00 Overcoats for $4.50 Men's $8.00 Overcoats for 5.98 Men's $10.00 and $12.00 Overcoats for 8.79 S H O E S Men's heavy every day $1.75 Shoes for $1.38 $2.25 Shoes for 1.89 MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS Sweet Orr and Shippensbur^ makes. The best two makes in the country, greatly reduced. n I O. H. LESTZ, We give "S. H." Green Trading Stamps 'Corner Squire and Carlfele St.' " GETTYSBURG, PA. | «^r »O4OOOO«^0«O^4^C^ §1.25 Blankets $1.25 Comforts Girls* 50c Aviation Caps dies* dresses THE : MUMPER : STUDIO * ^ Under the GJrieeement cf J O H N M. m u m p E H Is Better Equipped than ever to make you your iChfistmas Photographs and v\hy not give your best friends a picture of yourself. 12 Photographs fop $2, $3, $4 on $5 %- will sclvf the iM. f t roblTr. A«.,k«- an nj-pmnnriciH at the" yoiir grocer - -^1- "» £^ Hard Lines. -~ · ' r ' "About all _he got out of the rail-' road after it run over Mm," says a^i Georgia paper. " was a -w ooden leg, j and rus second, wife tut him 'side the '. head with, it, and the poor man's been, f afflicted'with, the rattllh" of the braii i - L » It* c ; i J-.Q R ^clever since." j 1L 5 mc; i - c=1 -- Ayer s Sarsa Changes tendency toward disease to J tendency toward health. Uo alcohol- Sold for 6£X years.- Aslf Vocr -'Doctor. il^Ui Millinery at Ji^Pric^ ^·»- -- -- * _ ~w^ -· ]. ' " " " ' · . _~*""~"~ **" '*"*' - ' v ~* _*" ~ Truth Is Power. ~~ I Hard Lines. , Truth, end, by consequence, liberty, j Once a female alv.as,a female .Xa- alw ars "be ike chief poiver of hon-1 tur e 13 noc infallible, but she always - ""- .-,, Q--C.T- « abides by-aermistakes?--SalcT.'----- - ^ E R * STU O I O "V 'V C Your Amas b m T^ «""- I"*- ¥ · -·*""·- t: ^: f " v ^" s 1 ^ ·' · ^ , ? i · ,, iPtibhc Auctionr 1 Saturday, December 6th an entire lot of Tiousehould goods u-;eci by a family, who are moving fro.n town and must dispose of their effects. Amon^the articles of particular m i r i t a - e . «_ ·*· Carpels Kitchen Utensils, Tables, Range, Double Heater, Easy Chairs, etc. Chas S. Mumper he Home of Fine at DISSOLUTION SALE PRICES and save money. Every day new bargains are on sale. Back orders of fall wods are coming in and being added to the many bargains i^j ^j *--·? now offered to the judicious shoppers of this community. Effective November 16, 1913. : WESTE38 MARIU8D RAILWAY 8:36 A. ~M. Daily Except Sunday fo* 1 Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. 10:23 A. M. Daily for Hagersto^m, VTaynesboro, Chambersbnrg, Hancock, Cumberland, Pittsburgh and Chicago also Elkins, Baled Plaeter $7.50 p=r Lon. Cfm«-nt -. -S1--K) p«-r^" ! Cot! on f^trt*! ilt-al Tfin ^ Per bbl. floar , M-brt Western Flour 6-00 Per ba VTheat. .$1.0C Shelleii Corn ! ^? j New Ear Com, 5f .s. ou S s I2:2o P. M. for HighSeld and intermediate stations. 2:55 P. M- for York, Baltimore act! Intermediate Points. 5:36 P. M- Daily except Sunday for B. and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstowa, "Waynesboro, Chambersburg anf Shippensbarg. 6:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, and intermediate stations. GETTYSBURG MARKETS Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse coi- recU-d daily by C. Mflt-on"Wolf, Jr., Suc- oea=or to J. Geo. WoiPs Son? Co. Per Bn Xew Dry Wheat $7 en" £ar Corn - ..--. .. -. t5 PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13.1913. Giving to ray intention to discontin- iue the business I will sell at my t stable in Biglerville, my entire livery j stock and fixtures, as follows: j S head of livery horses in ageTPBhi' " i 7 to 11 vears, Dayton wagon, 4 topg ! baggies," 1 rubber tire top buggy, home S -VJ-V ,, i, · , _ ,, JL "E*7w^*»»Tl^Tf- 'The Home of Fine Clothes" IEWSP4PER ·)\^ RETAIL PRICES Bad ser Dairy Feed Coarse Spring Bran Hand Packet! Bran Corn and Oats Ciiip Shoemaker Stock Food White Middlings K«l Middlings Timothy 11 ny 'Rye Chop ·T ! Per UK. 51,35 . ..1.3r I -10 1.4E 1.40 1 1..% 1.0-" 1.70 ly used; 2 buggv poles, 5 sets ot singie {harness, new set of double harness. JAI1 these harness have only been used .a short time. Xew riding saddle and bndle, check lines, single driving lines, I two sets of names and traces neariy 'new; 5 good collars, buggy whips, S horse blankets, 6 of them all wool ;^ 4 ! robes, tie ropes, halters, collar paas, scurrv combs and brushes, Stewart 1 horse clipping machine. Hay by the ton, feed box and many articles not mentioned. Sale to commence at 12:30 sharp. 6 monVhs credit on sums over 5 dollars by giving a note with approved security. Further terms and conditions will be made known on day of sale by the undersigned. R. M. WOLFE. Thompson, Auctioneer. C. C. Bream, Clerk. ^ . P W S F A P F R !

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