The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 9, 1913 · Page 2
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December 9, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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p «e»s- .C "^ -j?- Adams Co. Dry Goods Department Store A gift that will fifl her ·; - _^r ,, . . - · - - . - § Tell ufelliow much you want to spend for '; a sensible, practical Christmas gift and .· t we will help you make the selection. If it is §5, orless, y6u' ! caif f buy something very suitable for gift-giving^ in our waist department. hirt K. ICi-t Co. Co-rrirai 1915 by The H. BSKicOx dresses, lingerie waists, and .a few Wool- lex coats to be chosen. : If it is $10, or less, you can buy a Wool- tex skirt or an article of fur. If it is $15, or lessi there are some pretty house At S'5, a little less or a litle more, there are beautiful Wooltex suits and coats, hand some furs, beautiful evening dresses and wraps that will do credit to the giver, and fill with joy the heart of the recipient. ; j* ·fi^' FO - THE - CHILDREN GAMES AND TOYS HB9EI3 Below are a few of the many games and toys in our l a r g e f^ - Christinas stock. rfT"- 1 gipes, Boys!. .Tool Chests, ii^ | . / Pol!s,~ J jSworSis, Gems, ~ifi - "Baiijos, ^Bveasr WillieiMu'it.- and Jeff, Violins," .Dogs, Cats, Wagons, Horses, Houses, Elephants,. .Animals, Majestic" Fishing- Pond, Tiddledywinks/Table Crouauet, Fox and Geese, Donkev Partv. Round the AVorld; With" Nellie Bly, '- Farmer Jones' Pigs, Authors, Ol dMaids, ere. Christmas Tre6 Decorations "All of the fancy fussy little things that go to bsau'ijfy and decorate "the Christmas tree.* This stock is complete, and consists in part of, Tinsel.Bails, Stars Pictures, Candles; Candle Holders; Animals and Beads: Trinuner'%5 e E Streets J;0 ct. Store -Gettysburg, Pa. H ftu s ""e Wstir in i n g Sociable t at'the New Locust Grove School-house, Dec. 12, 1913 from 1 to 10 P. M. Come empty your pockets, fill up your stomachs and help lay the foundation of a school · li'brary. Everyone welcome. Special Christmas Sale For Early Holiday Shopper s STUDY THIS LIST IN SELECTING YOUJR CHRISTMAS GIFTS 5S^-Fbr: Men, B^ Jia^^iadrea I :?·.;. 'Overcoats r .-; '"·Kulbers ;;: '-;i ;- *j;Hats .-.-."..- v V J ;V' ""Eaineoats - · · - ; - / ;^; Shirts ^'qo. ; Caps ' v ; ; SKoes (foreverybody) Neckwear (in fancy boxes) Suspenders Felts Boots " Fericy Vests Handkerchiefs Gum Boots :; Sweaters Umbrellas "Arctics Gloves . ·' ; . ..'.Underwear Do your shopping early and get the best selection O l-I I 17QT"7 CornerjSquare Car. n.' L.HO 1 l^j li s le SL, Gettysburg, Pa. We give "S H" Green Trading Stamps Now is the time to fOl your books and get - - - -youself a .gift. . ^ Medical Advertising: ·.' PEOPLE SHOULD GUARD AGAINST APPENDICITIS , n ;r that Mean Something^ Whether j-ou spend little or much for Xmas it is important that your gifts have lasting value. Christmas prices here are mostly lower than at other seasons because of our large purchases. The quality of everything in this store makes it a worthy ?ift wbeth- II ler the price you pay is large, or small. I I HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: I \ I For Mother or Wife Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet - For Father Morris Chair Revolving Chair Leather Rocker Chir ft Closet _ ..Buffet 1ho'mEOHnded.in "Adler 7 i^ j f ·'^·'-"·---»-*-- -i. ? · · - T.- r---~*--_J jiaaiijremeav'whicai "became .fjiunc -. _- ' - i Iiv rnrrSc^'SiStrendicitis. JDSfF ? OJ _J by cunng'agp'endicitis. JUST~f ; ONE ^,_ _- jamount of old foul matter from th|P druggist. 3afd Sewing Machine Would an Ideal |ift ,, , H. B. B E ^ f £ FURNISHER TgE : B U Y Y O U R stmas save _ - _ . -, and you will find just the things you will nee|l for Xmas pVesents at greatly reducelii prices.-'But a few MllSt tiO m ore weeks remain f or jiito dis^bse of this |reat stock. ~ Come early and get your pick of Good Things. a Below are Just a^Few iof the Ma%y B a r g a i n s ^ Ladies' Department 5OO Children's Dresses T?rere SI and SI.25, now 83s Ladies' SJ-00 and Si-25 House Dresses, Wrappers and Kimmonos now - - - - - 8 9 e All Ladies' and Children's Coats and Coat Suits at about cost. From - - $3-98 to 22.75 Shoes at Cost Entc-re stock of Ladies 75 -and Children's Shoes at Cost - - Very Special 300 U:dies T White and Colored SHIRT WAISTS were $1.00 to §1.50 now - - - S3c ' 150 SILK WAISTS were $2.25' and'sioO;"' now SI.73 : .· p SPECIAL4-AVIATIOX CAPS, were 50c, now 29c Men's Dep^rtaent Men's sepai-a U- Trousers, a great assortment of patterns to select from at prices, ranging from - - - - - " 90° to $^-98 Men's and Boy's Overcoats--in this department we have mr.de a big cut-The prices will surpri^ e you. : STUDIO Shirts Sl-00 and $1.25 L^ess Shfr^ now %9c .. ; ·«^ ; »0c Dress.Shiris^now 4|c . .: ,; · i -· - \. IT 'j ·":· i ' "·' ' //."S.O;.:-?' ·a-j'i.r^- 1 ; -i · - · _ About 06 Men's Siiits that 'f, *:» i Special ,, _ . . . - . . ^ Siiits that wm$ 15.^6 to -SI7.00 : now $I2J5(J. AAll-cplors sfii ana-sizes. O'^r. Suits Xrom §5.00"to..^-'5|r:;; e ; ; ;» v- -.:. / . ;'·/. "'.^TjC'Tf ..... i; ; . · ' t- -- . .!. j - ; ».!'-7-:x^ ____ ;__._._y: F U N K H O U S E R S A C H S 'The Home of Fine Clothes" «» i .DO,.YOUR. SHOFf^IlSia- M*4M»«*B»IK»ft« U n d e r the danaccment o* Is Better Equipped than ever to make you your Christcgi^s_ Photographs and why not give ybtir best friends a picture ofyourself- 12 Phofcogpaj^is'foV $2, $3, $4 or $5 " will solve the gift problem. -Make art appointment,at the ffitfffiPER STUDIO ; PUBLIC SALE 1 "SATURDAY, DECEIVEBER 13,1913. i The undersigned intending to quit ' housakeeping vrill offer at Public Sale '' in the Arendtsville Borough the iol- ; lowing: j i good Weaver organ, 1 large six · legged table, 1 coach, 1 lonnge, 1 bn- = reau. bedstead, 1 comer cupboard, 3 cane seated j stands, 2 sinks, 1 doz. j chairs, */z doz. plank bottom chairs, -fe · . ood dinin room chairs, Z rock- PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13.. 1913- Owing to my intention to discontinue the business I -will -sell at m_v stable in Biglerville, my entire livery stock and fixtures, as follows: 8 head of livery horses in age from 7 to 11 years, Dayton wagon, 4 top baggies, 1 rubber tire top buggy, home ^.^ ,, r - ro^e? ! rubber tire runabout, -Blocher doz. good dining room chairs, 3" rock- and Sons make, nearly new,; i^gooa j ers -wood box, baby coach, trundle bed, surrey, 3 Portland sleighs, only_siignt- i double heater stove and tiipe, chur.k jly used; 2 buggy poles, o sets or single s+bve. 80 vds. carpet, 40 yds- good 'harness, new set of double namess. tmaf5nr 7 yds. linoreum, 7% yds. JA11 these harness have only been used i stair car-net, 4 doughtravs, Iron Kettle !a short time. New ndmg saddle and 1 and ring" Tot of xdndow blinds and , bridle, check lines, single driving lines, ' curtains ^mirrors, lot of glassware two sets of hanws and traces nearly land dishes, 4 lamps, pots and pans, {new; 5 good collars, ouggy whips, 8 iaeate ware, lot of lars and crocks, 2;horse blankets, 6 Oi them ail wooi,^i ^sh bowls and pitcTiers, 4 one gallon ! robes, tie ropes, halters, collar paas, , jugs of vinegar, % barrel of vinegar.: curry combs and brushes, ^^eSSfig, 1 Sd 07 " barrel, 1 meat vessel,-1 fifteen ;horse clipping macmne- -Jtlay- oy tne.^ gallon ?eg, 2'ten gallon segs, bread-ton. feed box and many articles not cupboard, 2 tcbs, vrash machine,'rab-j mentioned. ,:;:.-,- .^ ber and '\mnger,-,3 lard cans, good Sale to commence at 12.30 jharp. b bushel baskef % bushel mcasorei.lctTmontts credit: on sums o^^oll^ ..· -. 1-- digging iron, mattock, · by giving a note with approvea se- · r Kmves ana'fforfe,:*peons; 2 Sp3nnmriwifl-^|iaae^|^5)n7day otsale by wheels, shoemaker bench and tools, 2 the undersrgneor. pair cf skates, tri-square, plane a n d j «·-»· ^ - - - '· -- men- Thompson, Auctioneer. lot of articles--too · numerous, to tion. ~ , Sale 'to begin at 1 o'clock when terms will be made known by the un- derSSPed MARGARET R. TAYLOR. Ira P. Taylor, Auctioneer. A. D. Sheelv. Clerk. FOP. SALE: family mare with colt jby her side. F. M. Bream, Biglerville, j Pa,, Dnito.d phono.--advertisement C. C. Breain, Clerk. Ask your grocer for White Lily FLOUR It's the Best iNEWSPA'FERr SlEWSFAPERl

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