The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 8, 1913 · Page 2
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Monday, December 8, 1913
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Adams County Dry Goods Department Store G. W. Weaver Son The Leaders : G I F T S U G G E S T I O N S We have greatly added to our open stock of KID AND FABRIC GLOVES With gi t ghing ia view and can show more styles and colors and prices t .en usuaL Every pair of kid gloves sold i* attractively boxed. P. Centemeri . Co LADIES and MISSES Capitol Kid and Cape All Colors Genoble Kid All Colors Florine Black Gauntlets. Black and Tan Allen's Cape -- French Points Boy's and Girl's Cape White Chamois 1G Butt Kid--Black and White and colors $3-50 Niagara Maid Silk Gloves ^ None Better E v e r y P a i r G u a r a n t e e d 16 Butt Length--Black White and Tan §1.00 283 Clasp--all colors 50c_, 75 c. and $1.00 White Moleskin-- the new fabric 50c. and Sl-00 Chamoisefte. Reindeer, TToe,Lined _Z --, Gloves" aha;^Voof Kiuf jVKttens- "**./ and Gauntlets from 25c. up. and Bov's Leather and Fabric Gloves YDMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE On Wednesday the 17th day of December, 1913, the undersigned, by- virtue of an order of sale to him directed by the Orphans Court of Adams county, will offer at public sale or vendue, on the premises, the following valuable real estate; All that certain Tract of Land situate in Tvrone Townslup; Adams Coun- }tv, Penna., known as the "Peter Gise , Farm", lyrsg-along -the road_ which | leads from -the New Oxford road to i Bowlder, two miles Northeast - o f } Heidlersbarg acd about three and one- ! [half miles from York Springs, adjoia- izsg lands of \V. S. Houek, Jacob Zepp,\ William Shull, William Arthur, J. P. j Houek farm, and others, containing j 103 acres and 43 perches of land more j or less, imaroved with a two-story | br ; ck dwelfissr kouse and outkitchen, j jbank barn aid necessary out-build-i ! :2£-:s;a!so apsie orchard and other | fr JIL. several good wells of never-fail- : Irg water. . 1 f his property is in a fair state f~ 1 ' = piair and* cultivation and is co~- J v-ns^ni. to Church, School and Mar-j ! *r.«. ·'·; uo»- ^ent. of the purchase money _ to be paid O"- secured on dav of sale" and the balance April 1st, 1914. Sale ,iu 1,-esf-r- at 1:«U P- M. siiarp. I WILLIAM HERSH, | : -* d;n!rj;strator of estate of B. Frank i Gs?e. deceased. HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS 99999999999*9»99*99*99**»*+9*9**99****999****9*9-'*'******9**9*il*9U*3*t* Once people gave to their friends and loved ones at Christmas time gifts that were pretty but of no value whatever, things that were nice to look upon but only in the \\-y after the merriment of the Christmas season had passed. This is all changed now and no one cares to receive a gift that cannot be put to some real use. Right here in our store you can find the things which can be used, the things, which will please the eye, and the things ^vhich will delight your friends -when, you present them on Christmas morning. j!rJ»S3J t 3jftr t !^^^rC^jS3SS^XA!XrO l I ~Z£-~Z£*~ttl-~. : Zr*-' NECKWEAR 4 What" is more delight and satisfaction to the bcv, vouth and man than a supply of collars and a collection cf pretty neckties ? The 1 latest shapes in collars end the prettiest lies in tovra will be forrnd right here. Fell line of cuffs.. STOCKINGS is more provoking; than to ?£ yoarr% ockings in hcles Just when you r e m a " t K ( ', j socks or stock! hurry to dress. Men's, women's and stockirgs here from which to choose, where holes dou't come soon. children's The PUBLIC SALE . SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13,1913. O*v:ng to »ny intention to discontinue the Li.s!!.fcss I will sell at my a-abic in, B-ifServille, my entire livery sv;ck and"nX r -res, as fol!pv/s: j ha^d of livery horses in age from _ 7 -_o 11 years, Dayton wagon, 4 top j b'_sg:cs/l rjbbar tire top buggy, home | maus; i rubbc r tire runabout, B J oeher j sr::S Sons near^- ne-.v; 1 sjccd i s'-rray.-S-Poniand sleighs, only slight- | ·v i sad; 2 L^gy poles. 5 sets of s-ngle I J [ harness,, n-v. ^et jf double hai ness, j £ -- "· th-se harness have only beers used ; j ;· s s 3rt time. Xev.- ricupsj saddle and | b.-.dle. check ! single driving lires. · twe sets of :..t:i'es- and traces nearly !.,;«·: o ^5fti col'ars, buggy -whips, S\ h - i ^ 2 bl_:»e:s. 6 of them all wool; 4 j rabcs, t : c -vpes. halters, collar pads, i cr-ry curbs' and brushes, Stewart | horse clipping machine. Hay by tor, feed box and many S UITSi an d O VERC 6 AT S Yo-jr father, your husband, your brother would delight In a new suit at Christmas thre. You c-^n have them pick "what they want and then present It to them Christmas morning 1 - The early buyer has an immense stock from v/liich to choose. If your relatives have already bought their fall and winter suits, how about a warrr., good looking, handsome r.vercoat or raincoat. Prices to suit alL And there are the young boys in the family--the little eocg2rs. Su:ts and overcoats that will make them glad not only on Christmas day bt:;. throughout the entire winter. Come in and let us show them to you. j^cvv^*rv%^f5 ! C?i3 : ;5 i ;5S^^5i5s?iX^^i2'^5'I t^^j' i ^K?^C5£?^I5^Ii^^I?^3C*3C it !2~IXr~~ SHIRTS Dress shirts and working shirts. The men and bo;-s in the family can't have too many of them. Cheap shirts and higher priced ones fer dress. HATS Hats and caps, for men, boys and children. Dress'hats and hats for everyday. WouJdn'c your boy enjoy a good warm hat ior the \vl"ter school days. O e o 3 SWEATERS Just the thing for the r^ai v.ho must be out these v.-inrer days and fine for the boys' school wear and v.-it.ter sport. Pretty shades. ys^^-^^33^;^SK-I?^^ arnties not j S.-«2 lo commence az 12-.30 s'^rp. 6 i Aha credit on sums o\er = dollars j by giving: a iote with apprai es: se: curitv. Further terms c.--d conditions | will be made known on day of sa ! s by j the unders'gied. j E- i! Vv-OLFE. ! Thompson. Auctioneer. j C. C. Breai". Cierk. i S H O E S S H O E S Here is the very thing. And we have in our stock shoes "for men, for boys, for women, for girls and for children of all ages. We have the Ralston and Fellow-craft shoes for men -- the best shoes sold in Gettysburg. We have fine shoes for women -- none better sold in Adams County. We have shoes at lower prices for those who want to pay less and still get good goods. B'OVS and girls will find here just what they have been thinking about for dress and everyday wear and if it's the little children your thinking about, why. we have shces for them too. And what would be wrong with a pair of arctics for the man who has heavy outdoor v.virk; or with rubbers for every member of the family. We have what you want. Come in. i-leslr »fid*fc» -on-oS^S^ our^frfends Bow it^ftopped your' fetSng hair and greatly promoted :ts gro-*th. Ask Your Doctor. iowii e M2.-»; '"Sl4LEr famil^ inare with -colt by. her side. F ~lirBreani,~BiglervrUe, Pa ,, Urired phone.--advertisement GLOVES Xo matter what you buy for the various members of the familv vou will fail to hit the mark , s - - . - , , . T , . , , . _ , _ crless glo%-E«|^ire-!n the 'ist. Ka gleves ior dress, v,-oclenlgloves t for everyday -«4a£ and canvas - Hioves for-roaeh work Prices to suit all.- ** · . " . -i,. " : 'f. -« g ^-Jy^^.tj-j-a -^" ·· ·· y- --\ve Gi^«-fe. and H. Green Trading '-.-- ..Stamps. - r - OTHER USEFUL ARTICLES Bedroom s hpp e rs co-ne in fine during the winter ' . montns. Prettv hanakercmers make fine gut= - * Umbrellas are alv.ajs acceptable. Good and com- -foiiabie k.-iit r jnupler=. Many^jOthsxL.thing?. .^ ^ j; j^!Z *· -- e ^- ^ ~* -fi't ^ i. f "3 -*- ' - ^ ^ r ^ £~ -'--- -'--- "' Now is the Time to Fill Your Book. r-S-, ---- --- ean T.\ 1: th'-r y-t!i =p« n ' 1'ttlf- or r»:i:rfi for X-r:a= :t i~ iiiipirianttiiat your srifc= hn\t !a.-t!n^ vtliiH- Chriitii.i= pricrs here are mostly ;«"-arer ti'an at oilj»r *H?.iS u.s it-stii--c of f-nr la~ire pur« hai-^5:. ift at oth-r « Th«- tp:f.!u\ ·! ~ire pur« hii-^. tssr in tin-. -tore :n.ik'-s :t a. worthy yil' \\rtih r^fc or -u HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS : B U Y Y O U R Christmas Present N D Everything Must Go Below are Just a Few of the M a n y Bargains For Mother or Wife Hoosler Kitchen Cabinet China Closet Buffet Sewing Tafc'e The best Girl in the World Music Cabinet Dresser Pedlstol Writing Desk For Father Morris Chair Revolving Chair Leather Rocker Smoker's Stand For My Best Fellow Chiffonier Arm Chair Foot Stool Book Case Ladies' Department 5OO Children's Dresses were Si and $1.25. now 83c Ladies S3 00 and $!.f5 House Dresses, Wrappers and Kirarnonos n o w . . . - - 8 9 e All Ladies" and Children's Coats and Coat Suits at t cost. From - - $3.98 to 22.75 Shoes at Cost Lnt»-r.- loek of Ladies and Chiluren s Shoos at Cost Very Special -,,-J Ladies' White and Colored SHIRT WAISTS v.croSl.COtoSl.oO no^r - - - S3c ' JT 15 SILK WAISTS \vcreS225 and S2 50, now $1.73 SPECIAL--AVIATION CAPS, were oOc, now 29c Men's Department Men's *«,it" TM users, a srreat assortment of jxitterns to .self-ct fiom at prices", r-in-m- from " 90c t« $4.98 Yu-ii s and Co\ ^ Overcoats--in this repsrlmoit we ba\e m.idc a big cut-- T"" _ _^ I ^^^*.^_ ·,~»11 _--r^ .·.·»-k · ·? _ ^» ^-^.n i| * o So :n.i:u novs- bny Ciiristmas G'ius for iheir ·Hrea uere that he ha\ made a sjwcia! study of he!pins nKn with carenzl ssusaestlonH- Come in and etan ine the hiindre-ls of Ieaniiful an«l useful gm^ -^e have for the en lire f:vrj JiJ. A Standard Sewing Machine Would Make an Ideal Gift for the Wife The r»rlces will surpd-rO you. TOc Dress Shirts now 43c Shlris Sl.OO and Sl.fJo DJ ess Shirts now S9c Very Special About 50 Men's Saits that were $13 00 to $17.00 novr $12.50 All colors and and sizes. Other Suits from to CO to ^"2t 50. i 2 S O U S E R Home of Fine Clothes " DO YOUK SHOFFIMO- H. B. B E N D E R , FURNISHER i i i THE STUDIO Under the" CQanagernenfc of Is Oetter 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, $^ OP $5 will solve the gift problem. Make an appointment at the STUDIO KEELEY TREATMENT 12 N.BROAD ST,PHILADELPHIA. Ask your grocer for White Lily FLOUR It's the Best NEWSPAPER

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