The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 13, 1913 · Page 3
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, December 13, 1913
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iff ' ·t' \ m 1 H. P. MARK Arendtsville H. P. MARK | j 1 AbigDisplayof HoKdayGdods | '*M The thirtv-first anniversarv of my beins in bosiness will be celebrated with a grand ss_ j] 5LOUIS DAMMERS, ·-· · Philadelphia Eyesight Specialist ONE DAY ONLY Gettysburg Eagle Hotel Parlors Thursday, Dec. 18th Special Office Hours, 10A.M. to 5 P.M. My Special Offer This $1 Glasses, TM i The thirty-first anniversary of my being in business will be celebrated with a grand opening of holiday goods on ^ m Saturday, December 6th, 1913 % _« " £? :« A big stoclr fresh from the eastern cities has been placed in our store rooms and will be ·-- "« open for inspection to all bur friends and customers.* Our holiday stock consists of S ·» · fts* · i «· I *· I *§ i *» ££ :HINA and GLASSWARE Cat glass pieces in latest j££? patterns. The only store at bCX which to buy it in the North end K of the County. Dinner sets, 5§ Silver knives and forks. ^ BRIC-A-BRAC 9Q Vases, Candlebra, Statuary jgjijj and Japanese pieces fg LAMPS fK of every style and description. I will make yr« a nnt p.i;r of KlaaA-, including" Eye .Examination, clear crvstal 1 11- ses, a. li Kr. o! : «i Go'.d F:Jk-l Frainj. and -in fc'-'^:a.nt K-athf ?? FURNITURE e* vI Durirg the holidays only we %~* offer an eight piece $30 solid ft® oak suite for S25. Dresser has a 69 French beveled mirror 24 x 30. 3tg| An exceptional offer which j-gj" will only las'c for the holiday K~ trade. Iron bedsteads and other* ?-* furniture of all descriptions- An Stft especially attractive line of fe§ rockers, dining room suits, side- jix boards, desks, etc. SLEDS and WAGONS The kind that won't break ivhea you look at them. Big line of lightning guiders and flexible flyers- Other toys- TOILET SETS A large lice of toilet sets has been received for the holiday trade. A most acceptable gift and we have many patterns. SWEEPERS BSssefs swepers make very acceptable gifts. They save many hours hard work. PICTURES We have no competitors in price, for we do our framing in dull seasons. V. r e are overstocked and the goods must go. As a result we have made a reduction of 25 per cent- on all pictures. CARPETS Brussels, Moaquet, Axmia- ster, Ingrain and Rag carpet. A \ pattern to suit everyone. RUGS A large number of rugs of attractive design 2Ril excellent quality. All sizes- A nev.- line of bath room rugs, 36 x 72 for 9Sc 30 x 60 for S9c- 23$ Sv- OIL STOVES Monarch and B. and B. oil ____. heaters -which are just the thing j^p to take the chill of? of a room. CLOCKS Our display of clocks is large and at varied prices. Cathedral gong clocks from ?C to S6.T5, all new designs. Oak case clocks and cheaper grades,alarm clocks, e'cc., for those v.-ho want them . I * All For $1 Thirty days' trial -M -^.Ltff : to ?5 for these "-.line y;iat^-"~. Eye Examination Bv the D-inrners Scientific me:hol, without 'ii-op*. \ikh)«:t asking question^ v.ithoa: test cards or charts. Absolutely Free of Charge. Don't fail to take ad\anta^e of th:= rtinarfeable oifcr. Special Notice ^'-' Monthly visit to Gettysburg. OFFICES:- 238 Mntnal IJFe Bldg", lOll CBcstnut St., · Pa. · "8? Sewing Machine at $1800 That Equals Any $30.00 Machine Full size hrr 5 * ^rrn serving head. Ball-bearing enameled stand- Five dra\vers with polished oak fronts and handsome pulls: one cf them with bobbin compartments. Thoroughly adjusted so that it may be used in the home at onca without trouble. Felly guaranteed for ten y~9 years. Should last a lifetime with reasonably careful use. "Will do vjjj perfectly all the required in the average modem home. Has j?£ full equipment cf attachments same as the higher priced machines. JKS A trouble-oroof easy-running, thoroughly satisfactory Machine. £® We will sell you a $45.00 machine, rotary action, with all the at- J£jj*. tachmen'cs. hemmers. etc.. for S27.00. Guaranteed for 10 years. y@ Fully guaranteed machines as low as S14.00. They have been hand- $vr led T .vith success for _iO rears. e K$ 1^ ^a H. P. M A R K Arendtsvilie Adams County PUBLIC SALE ' f Valuable Real Estate and ' Personal Property. On SATURrXAYj-DECEilBER 2G,19IS, .,the undersigned. vnU "sell at public! " "sale"'at the late residencs of 3Irs. | " George Kump. deceased, in Franklin | -"TTyvrnsiD. Adams'Countv, near "Wil- | --Ibv-^^Grove, the follo-snr.f persomal ^ t jproperty. TO em F'ourieds and beddings, .tbree ^bu-- 2sreas c two corner capbaards. three" -^tables, two chests, dining room table. v ~fwalnut). ~-~- doz. cane seated chairs. " nve rocking ctairs. one calf doz. plank " bottom chairs. 20 yds. rag carpet, good cook stove, ten plate stove^. tubs, two iron kettles, benches, butchering' tools, plates- dishes, forks, ana kiteh- en utensils, canned fruit, viiegsr. ap- j pies, potatoes, com. barrels, towels, table cloths, napkins, quilts, comforts, j Billows, shovels, ases. saws, wedges, j chains. c-: also lot of chickens, and j two hogs, crocks, lard, cans, pictures, two copper kettles, glassware, queens- j ware and many other articles too nu-; merous to mention. A credit_pf four! months on all purchases of Z5 00 or { over. _ j At the same time and place the following: real estate will be offered, viz:-' All the Tract of land- known as the George Kump farm, situate in Franklin Township^ Adams County. Pa. near "WDlow Grove_, about "cwo miles from j Cashtown, adjoining lands of Sharrah Bros., Wm. Forsythe, Peter ivurap, Ar-y Lochbaum farm, and others, containing about 62 acres more or less, improved with a two-story log weath- erboarded house, frame stable and out buildings- This property is located in the famous Apple Be'c. with 175 bearing trees, (from whicn was sold i'600.00 worrb of apples this year;; also lot of other fruit trees, such as cherry, nlums, pears c- in bearing condition. This property is nicely located, in fair state of cultivation, with plenty of good never-failing springs aX buildings, and timber for nre wood. It is convenient to church, school ar.d market and will make a most desirable home. Possession can be given at any time- Terms of sale: 2-5 per cent- on day of sale or purchaser's note with j annroved security, and balance April 1st. 1914. Sale wiil begin at 10 o'clock ^ m " LAWRENCE SUMP. Atty-iii-iact for the heirs of George and Katherine Kump, deceased. Bisr- lerville. Pa-' George Martr. Auctioneer. m wx% mt W iM The Quality Shop Here you will find an especially fine line of Christmas Gifts for Men. We have a full line of Neckwear and Clocks have Amoved into the stber' Building, BIglerville, Pa., 5 ^ Where 1 am prepared to do all kinds of Watch, and Clock repairing. E. E. SHETTER 200 acre farm for rent. 100 acres clear. Call or phone to Herman J. Bream,--advertisement Sweaters Handkerchiefs Suspenders Underwear Handbags Hats Caps Umbrellas Cushion Tops Pennants A Suit, Overcoat or Fancy Vest would make an appreciated Gift. Will M. Seligman I ailcr, Haberdasher, First Xaiional Bank Building. Dougherty Hartley The Supreme Business Month of the Year Opens Before Us December Is the Gateway to Christinas Beginning DECEMBER 9th Store will be open every evening till Xmas until 8 P. M. Fresh, new, bright Merchandise in best assortment is ready for your choosing and at values we invite comparison. Handkerchiefs Christmas sale of Handkerchiefs for Men, Women and Children, all ne\v, dainty and fresh, plain and embroidered, boxed or without at prices from I C to $1.00. Silks Holiday presentation of silks, those bought for presents will be prettliy boxed upon request. Here are the most fashionable weaves and coloring we could find, either for waists or dresses at popular prices 50cto$1.75. Gloves Every one appreciates Gloves. Our display includes the latest slyles for men, women and children. Umbrellas of the gift kind. Large assortment for misses, ladies and men. Handbags Unusual values in Handbags, leather and mesh at popular prices. Neckwear for ladles and men, always an acceptable gift, variety large. Underwear and Hosiery We are headquarters for good standard grades at fairest prices. Silk Hosiery for ladies at 50c and $1.00. Silk Hosiery for men, special values, 25 and 5Oc'.' A Furs and Coats t *- _ -for misses and ladies. Furs in sets or separate pieces, to see them - will convince you they are the dependable kind, at prices within reach of all. , Coats for misses and ladies, special prices for Xmas presents. - ~~"~ '- Men's Shirts A special for this year are our men's shirts. Boxed one in box. No Fade brand, they are guaranteed to fill their name, Price $1.00. Dougherty Hartley Centre Square, Gettysburg, Pa. Our Holiday Gifts Now on Display ^ Ea Our store has" in addition to its usual stock, a big assortment of pretty and nsefal things for^the holiday trade, that is unsurpassed in this section. Our store rooms are full to the brim with interesting and appropriate gifts- The prices are right and -will meet the Brants of aU. Among other things are the following: Evidently Not. ELECTION NOTICE The fellow who said, "One-half of . the world does not Iznowr how the oth- 1 SctK* w hereby given that an election er half lives," evidently did sot exist j os seven director? of Siglerville National ' in a period of Ladies' Aid societies, j Bank will be held at the banking Thursday Afternoon Whist clubs, La- at Biglennlle on Tuesday, January 13th, dies of the Round Table, Sewing Cir- ' -911, between the honr* of, one ami cles and like organizations.-- Judge. | v t oc j_ ,, m successTuity used · for 34_years- i KOKVlSau. DESIRE FOR DRIH.**DRUGS\ . 812 N.BROADSI.PHILADELPHIA.PA:J CHINAWARE LAMPS GLASSWARE CANDIES UMBRELLAS FANCY LINENS HANDKERCHIEFS NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR GLOVES SWEATER COATS READY-MADE CLOTHING Pine new line of up-to-date HATS just received. An Up to Date Line of Shoes The W. W. W. -- Selz and Preed's, three popular brands, many others. Shoes for ever member, of the family. KLEPPER'S STORE, Arendtsville, Penna. 1EWSP4PERS nFWSPAPFRI

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