THE SPORTS COAT OF PLAID IS PRACTICAL AND BECOMING - The easy lines at the fasJnojaable. en- i corseted figure lend a. greater charm, to the graceful Russian blouse, with its i loss tunic and wide sash or girdle. Ve- lour fabrics, -iuvetyn or peaii ae peche | In soft snaces of BI-ae. brown or gre^n! are perhaps the irsost favored *or suits i Of this description. The costume shown in 7637 is developed in greea duvetyi: v.-'th girdle and | collar of a daintily colored. Ori^uial' satin. This is a suit sia* is crcssy enough to meet the aÂ«njands ot almost anv day-time affair. To make tias suit (TG37) in size 35 it requires 5* yards o* 42 inch materiaL A fe-.v short seasons ago the garment ca'Ued sports coats -was u^knov-T.. It is now aJmosc a necessity in the wardrobe. It matters not how much too iarse the?*- coats are. the looser'the b-uer- Th-iy are belted in v.-lth a not over -.vide be-t or one that ccnies down over the hlp=. as earlier in ih* season, bat with a srrrart -girdle that lends chic and is not clumsy." Hlaids and the brighter shad*? of the soft, v.-ooly fabrics are popular. TJe huge pockets are an attractive feature of many of these coais. This design may be made in s:z= IP with 'Â£ yards f.f 42 inch material. Xo. 7637--si-its 34 to 42. Xo. 7iS5---sizes 14 to IS. Each pattern 15 cents. To obtain either pattern illustrated nil I out this coupon ace enclose 15 cents !n [ stamps or" cola. BÂ« sure to state nurnfier f o Â£ pattern and size, measuring Â° ve r the ! .fullest jarc Â·Â»Â£ the bust. Address Pattern epartment, care of this paper.- - I Xaine Â· Address -- - - Believe Flying Snakes Exist. .The beUef in the existence of Sj snakes Is "Â«fWely current in India, bat few people profess to hare seen, tiiem. _ It Â·would be interesting to find "oat j how the legend came into existence, i Â·sictinss. Snakes haTe been knoÂ«m to i drop down trees and bite people but ( it Is not these "which, are known as j firing snakes in India. ! Sea Serpent Attacks Boat. Another sea serpent bs.s been- discovered, according to the officers of Â·.he Grand Trunk Pacific sceaiasMp Prince Albert. It was encountered by Indians at SSfdesitc, and is stated to have been 20 fest in length. The monster got hold of one of their canoes, bnt \vas disp2.ieb.eti by one of the chisfs, -3ro, slashed it in two with a largs hunting knife.--Vancouver (3- C.)~WorM, ** : : W. H.TIPTON, Photographer, 20-22 Chainbersburg, Street FOR CHRISTMAS IF IT'S A PHOTOGRAPH you want, go to TIPTON'S STUDIO - , *** and get something Exclusive and Artistic If you \rant a farniliir Scene for an absent relative or-friend, 3'ou can find it among pur NATURE SERIES of the PICTURES- CUE about Gett}-sburg. It's old Lanes and Pathways, Streams, Bridges arid Woods. These appeal to the cultivated taste. Take into consideration also "Gettysburg: the P ictures and the Story" New edition, over 500 Views, SQc. by mail 60c, and the new FOLDER of 24 Colored Views, 15c- Fineline of Water Colors, Engravings etc. Picture Frames made to order. The very latest in Mouldings. W. H.TIPTON, Photographer, w v Next Sunday, December 14th The Most Notable Supplement Ever Issued by Any Newspaper It will come with the Sunday PUBLIC LEDGER, at five cents a copy. It will contain six pictures in full color, on fine plate paper, suitable for framing, suitable for Christmas presents. Heretofore these pictures have been obtainable only in expensive carbon photographs. THESE PICTURES ARE Violet Oakley's Paintings In the Pennsylvania State Capitol at Harrisburg There are fifteen pictures in all Six of them will be reproduced next Sunday, and the nine remaining ones will be included with the seven successive Sunday issues. : These wonderful pictures are among the most notable mural paintings "o'f America. They have been the admiration of art lovers for years. But it has not been possible to reproduce them in color before. Recent improvements in the process of making color plates for printing enabled the PUBLIC LEDGER to have these plates made direct from the walls--obtaining the Governor's permission to send workmen into the Capitol and erect scaffoldings to bring the ingenious color cameras close to the paintings. These exquisitely printed supplements, printed as finely as the best magazines or as/reproductions sold in art stores, are but a part of the Sunday PUBLIC -LEDGER -- a newspaper of extraordinary merit in scope, contents, interest and volume. Note the name of your news agent, and call him up now, and order a copy reserved for you. Or eight weeks, by mail," postpaid, forty cents, with the order. Address PUBLIC LEDGER, Independence Square, Philadelphia. PUBLI LEDGER DAILY, TWO CENTS SUNDAY, .FIVE CENTS First Thing- in the Morning Since 1836 Agent for Gettysburg, Pa. P. W. STALLSMITH * e C H R I S T M A S G I F T S PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, DECEilBER 20.. 191-3. The andersigned will sell at public sale in order to reduce his stock, at his residence, in Franklin Township, Adams Co., Pa., on the road leading from Orrtanna to Cashtown about midway between the two places, about one mile southwest of Fiohr's Church on the John P. Bntt farm, the folioxring: 5 head of horses and mules consisting of one family mare in foal to March's -Jack, iliis mare is fearless of all road objects and works wherever hitched: one" bay mare colt, three years old; 1 black horse colt, two years old, bred from St. Jalius and my driving- mare; 1 black male colt, seven months old. bred from the family mare mentioned above; 1 good work mule. 7 head of cattle consistiBg' of 3 ] cows; 1 Holstein was fresh in October, one fresh the middle of November; 1 will be fresh in February: two Holstein heifers supposed to have Ives by their side by day of sale; 2 calves six months old, one a heifer the other a Holstein bull calf. The above Holstein cattle are all New York State bred. 8 fine young shesp; 6 shoats. Sale to commer.ce at or.e o'clock, her. terms will be made known by CURTIN McGLAUGHLIX IsP: i Christmas Gifts that Mean Something Wh. ther you spend little or ranch for Xrnas it. is important that your gins have ksting value. Chiistmas prices here are mostly lower than at other seasons b^cansi of oar lares purchases. The quality o! everything in this store makes it a worthy jriii whether the price you pay is large or small. HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: e ................... , 1 ,,, m mm.iin,,ni.Â»ram.imn,im,i.i.infmnnnn 1 Biglerville Poultry, Apple, | I Corn and Potato Show j t -- | T^ I am going to H. B. SEFTON'S to Bay my Xmas gifts. He has the finest Pipes and Cigars in town and then I will get my Hair Cut for Xma; at his Barber Shop Baltimore street. Pipes from 25c to $2.50 ?ss :Â·*Â£*: ;^i^. K For Mother or Wife Hoosier Kitchen. Cabinet China Closet Buffet Sewing Talsle 11 The best Girl in the World 15 Music Cabinet l^c -- Dresser Pedistol Writing Desk Certain Belief from headaches, dull feelings, and fatigue of biliousness, comes quickly --and permanent improvement in bodily condition follows--safter your stcmach, liver and bowels have been toned and regulated by *-*-*^^ ?.?_^i^rXcyj.c-'_^;-'..--~.^-*-'^ :Â£gg*3: Â·_%.Â£.Â·*;.Â«Â·; Sold everywhere, Â· In boxes.., 10c.. 25c. For Father Morris Chair Revolving Chan- Leather Rocker Smoker's Stand For My Best Fellow Chiffonier Arm Chair Foot Stool Book Case 1 i I So many now bay Christmas Gifts for their wives h. re that ne have made a.Â«pccial stndy o! ielpmz men v ith careful fmsgestioia. Come m and examine the hundred of bÂ» nif rf : a I usef Â·! gift* ^e have lor the entire family. A Standard Sewing Machine Would Make an Ideal Gift for the Wife D e c e m b e r 31, 1913; j January 1,2 and 3, 1914 j Get your poultry ready for the big show | Save your best ten ears of corn for the large cash | premium. Entry fee ten cents for each exhibit of ten j ears. Save your potatoes too. I All entries will positively close, Saturday, Dec- ^ ember 20,1913. | Write to I H n r* rÂ« XT T* 17 D THE HOME . B. B E N D L K , FURNISHER i It I OSCAR C. RICE, Secretary, j 1 BiglerviUe, Pa. | 1 For catalogue and information, j mini INF^VSPAPERf NEWSPAPER!
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