The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 6, 1913 · Page 2
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, December 6, 1913
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m*^^ Th? Leaders .. iG.W.'WeaverSon ,,, ·---- · Adams County's Dry- I Goods Department Store f -.The Stock Adjustment Sale - ,, the Coat and Suit department adver- |1 tised last week in The Times and which brought us big business will be continued. New Coats from back orders have j since come in so that there is still a greater assortment than can be found in any other store out side of large cities. | With values greater than ever. Do not postpone the purchase of you* Suits or Coat, buy now, get theuse oi it as cold weather may catch you unaware. Christmas Gifts I that Mean Something I ^ AVhetber you spend little or much for Xtoas it is important that your £ H jdft«ha\e lasting value. Christmas prices h*re are mostly lo»er tlias j| § at other seasons because of »ur larxe purchases. | | ff The Quality of everything in this store makes it a worthy yift wbeth- 3$ er tha price you pay is jarge or small, g HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: I For Mother or Wife Hoocier Kitchen Cabinet China Closet I Buffet - £ Sewing Table ~ S The best Girl in the World g Music Cablset K Dreaser , -?- Pedistol I · Writing Desk 1 S4 9 For r FaffieF" Morris Chair -5 · ^ i Revolving Cfcair Leather Rocker Smoker's Stand For My Best Fellow Arm Charr Foot Stool Book Case 1 Sfl I I So usauy now buy Cl»rlsui«a.« Gift,- i-.r t!i ir «Ke= su-re that he have g 5 * uuulc it |*c-ijl study of he'pJng un-n » th c-t-eiul angfR-^iioK 5 - Come in |£ § jn I examine the him Ireds of Le.iuii r ul and useful gifss r.t- have for die g *··:£!! c family. I 3 5* i * t o A Stamla.d Sewing Machine Would Make an Ideal Gift for the Wife I i THE HOME : | H. B. BENDER, Special Christinas Sale For Early Holiday Shoppers STUDY THIS LIST IN SELECTING YOUJR CHRISTMAS GIFTS Suits For Men, Boys and Children Overcoats Rubbers Hats Raincoats ' Shirts Caps Shoes (for eYeiybody) Neckwear (in fancy boxes) Suspenders Pelts Boots Feney Vests Handkerchiefs Gum Boots Sweaters Umbrellas Arctics Gloves Underwear Do your shopping early and get the best selection O l i T 17O i T If '7 Corner JSquare Car- .t~l. LiEOlZj, lisle St., Gettysburg, Pa. We give *'S H" Green Trading Stamps Now is the time to fill your books and get youself a gift. iggigj jgeggggggggg i -- . _ i C OTtJ G Ml IN Public Sale _ OF-- ! ^ Valuable Town Property | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, AI1 O'CLOCK 9 f THE : 1WUJVIPER : STUDIO Under tfa« m«.aacenacnfc of ?tury. u-ell built brick house, seven rojnv* and bath. dLdls all through. Heated hjl a^r. StaLls outbuild- s S - ~^ Anomalous^ ? Queet taing, ^redlockl Tcm felf attached, to a. -K-oman and* go get tiea to her. When you find j oti're tied to ner, the attachment cllsap-1 pears- i^ ay- i 1 It's the Best ---Js=_ ·» i.i~*fe^w5rt-.c *_jff »_·=»; -i^_ Keep cocking: that's one way: Stop toughing:; th^rs-another.-; To keep the coogK'^danothin^^. To stop the coTigh": Acer's Cherry PectaraL Sold for 7O\ ears. " . . »' -v _. - ~^" v ~ Jc A'erCoTM Ask \oor Doctor. :: Gottwald f Is Better Equipped than ever to make you your Christmas Photographs and why not give your best friends a picture of yourself. 12 Photographs for* $2, $3, $4 OP $5 will sclve the gift problem. Make an appointment at the ER STUDIO [Publi § . '?' ;-".. ' : . · - B U Y Y O U R Christmas Presents Now t save A *' * c AuctionJ · * ' -^:- - -S^ " -, 5 t Saturday, December 6th I atl 6'cIockin'Gehtre'Sqaurp " , ,,, ; an entire lot of hoasehoukl goods used by a family, ~ ^, -. ^ ^. ^, ., .^ * , _ , - - -f r ^- L-, _ , who are moving troii town and must dispose ol tneir elects. A u ^ - s ^ c h e articles o[ paocuUr mirita-e, Carpets, Kitchea Utensils, Tables, Range, Double Heater, Easy Chairs, etc. · - - ~ and you wlUf ind just the things you vSI need for Xmas presents at greatly reduced prices. But a few | MUSt V»O mor e weeks remain f or us to dispose of this great stock. _ Come early and get your pick of Good Things. | 0 Below are Just a Few of the Many Bargains 0 | · Ladies' Department 5OO Children's Dresses were SI and SI 25. P.OTT 8 3c Ladies' 51-00 and Si-25 House Dresses, Wrappers and Kimmonos EOTT - - 89c All Ladies' and Children's Coats and Coat Suits at about cost. From - - $3.9S to 22.75 Shoes at Cost Enterc i,tock of Ladies" and Children s Shoe^ at Cost Very Special COO Ladies' White and Colored SHIRT WAISTS vrereSi.OOtoSi-SO now - - - S3c 150 SILK WAISTS were S2.25 and$2.5p. now $1.73 SPECIAL--AVIATION CAPS. «ere 5Cc, ROW 29c Men's Department :;a s scparat*-Trousers, a great assortment of patterns to select from prices, mp-inij froia 90c to $4.98 :rs and Box \, O.ercoats-- in this department; ire have made a big cut-The prices will sui-p^e j ou. Chas S. Mumper 5Cc Dress Shirts now 43c Shirts SI.00 and SI.25 Dross Shirts now S9c Very Special About 50 Men's Suits thafe -svere S35 CO to $17.00 noxr $12.50- All colors and and sizes. Other Suits from S5.CO to £22 50. » -Sijj" N o t i c e Owing"to my Intention to retire from the milling business on Saturday, December 6th 1 hereby notify all persons having grain or other material at the mill that they may secure it during the present week. All bills and accounts now due will be received on or before the above date. A. Calvin Basehoar Effective November 16, 1913. mmm RAIL?AT v i PUBLIC SALE pi personal perperij of Harry L. Iiler, Deceased On Tiinrsday. December 11, 192 [ At ]·-« late residence Meade's Head '· Qnarters 3^ raile froin Gettysburg on the road. The following to ·wit. } F Si hica po*t bead s and spnngs, '2 bnreaii*. 20 yards _ carjet, extensor table, ~ kitchen cup! boards, cook stove and fixtures good "a? i new, cooking utensek, - folding bed and , sprinj: cood as new. table and lounge. 8:56 A. M. Dafly Except Sunday Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Poiats. 10:28 A. M. Daily for Hag«,rsto\vn, Waynesboro, Gilambersbnrgi Hancock, Cumberland, Pittsburgh and Chicago also Elkins, W. Va.' ~ ' 12:25 P. II. for HighSeld and mterme- "The Home of Fine Clothes" DO YOUR. CHKISTUXDPs-S SHOFFI3STC5- I ··;{" ***j-- »,^* v *v **; *· v *' - «»t^iv-- .**\i, KVMII^^-, - ! antique ciock.^rood stme, 2 keg s vjnecSr. | diate stations, sau-ape arrmder and t,tnffer, wheelbarrow. 2-55 p M for York, Baltimore and I srrain crad'e, lawn mower, carpenter tools ! forks, hoes, rakes, cord of sawed -nood. i » v* rv^j i.»vrv-Hj 7 * **rw-w'» v,\^» \« v/fc ^;«iiT t»j »t \j\j\*m 15 canes. 2 lanip*, 10ra5i=krat traps, detk. (corn sheik- ~5 bushels ear corr, 175 | chickens many of t'leni pnliets of 1 stocL, one hor»o waaon and manj too numerous to mention. Mlc to l^gin ,\t 1 o'clock P. M. John M. I»Wher Atnimstrator. Intermediate Points. 5:36 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B. and H. Division Poirfts to Highfield, also Hagerstown, TVaynesboro, Chambersburg aiuj Shippensburg. G:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, and intermediate stations.

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