The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 15, 1913 · Page 3
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Monday, December 15, 1913
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. «* . m * H. P. MARK Arendtsville H. P. MARK 1 AbigDisplayofHolidayGoods 11 Dougherty Hartley «· LOUIS DAMMERS, Philadelphia Eyesight Specialist ONE DAY ONLY Gettysburg Eagle Hotel Parlors Thursday, Dec. 18th Special Office Hours, 10A.M. to 5P.M. My Special Offer $1 Glasses, The thirty-first anniversary of my being in business ^iil be celebrated v.-ith a grand ^x - openisg of holiday goods on Saturday, December 6th, 1913 g^ A big stock fresh from the eastern cities has been placed in our store rooms and will be iei open for inspection to all our friends and customers. Our holiday stock consists of *' v-IS- :HIXA and GLASSWARE CUE glass pieces in latest jg£ patterns. The only store at gi v.-h:ch to buy it in the North end »C OI J he County. Dinner sets, $§ Silver knives and forks, oe -.*.--* = g$ BRIC-A-BRAC C4 Vases, Car.d!ebra, Statuary ^^ and Japanese oieces LAMPS - , .-_. or everv stvle and ·o - - ·o descriotion. FURNITURE During the holldavs This Visit Onlv. I will snake yo«i a Sue pa:r of glasses including Lteifimers" Eye J£:cac::njit!oa r csear crrsial L.-K- sesl a 12 Kr. SO!K! Gold Tilled Frame, and aa elegant 1-^iiiiit:'- ca~e. All For $1. Thirty days" triul v, jrla=ir* a!1 OR ti. Otheis charge a.= hi^ls as ._ ,_ only we vZ orrer an eight piece SCO solid £8j£ cak s-.::te for §25. Dresser has a CfiB French beveled mirror 24 x 30. jgjQji An exceptional offer which g-g \vill only last for the hclitiay ^K irade. Iron bedsteads ar.d other -- furniture of all descriptions. An §^ especially attractive line of O«6 rockers, dining room stilts. s:de- ^® boards, desks, etc. SLEDS and WAGONS The kind that v.-cn'c break vrhen you look at them. Big line of lightning guiders and Sexible Syers. Other toys. TOILET SETS A large line of toilet sets has been received for the holiday trade. A most acceptable gift and '.ve have many oatterns. .SV.'EEPERS Bissel's svrepers make very acceptable gifts. They save many hours hard \vork. PICTURES ?,'e have no competitors in price, for v.-e do cur framing in dull seasons. TTe are overstocked and the goods must go. As a result ~,ve have made a reduction of 25 per cent, on all pictures- CARPETS g: Brussels, Mouquet, Axmin- ^ ster, Ingrain and Rag carpet. A £-jj- pattern to suit everyone, yQ^. ·RUGS Is? A li:rge number of rugs of at- ^^ · % tractive design and excellent 3£ c'jalitv. AH sizes. A new line of vv; !! i! bcth room rugs, 30 :c 50 for SSc. :o x 72 for 9Se 5? OIL STOVES -- $* JM( Monarch and B. and B. oil Qjj heaters which are just the thing 93 -o take the chill on of a room. jSj CLOCKS §§ Our display of docks is large and at varied prices. Cathedral ©9 gong clocks from S3 to 86.75, ^ ail neiv designs. Oak case clocks ^K and cheaper grades^iarm clocks, xs c-. for those who v.-aru them . SB e | · i to S5 for thte-e ^ !:i?sc; Eye Examination By the tami«er= S-^mlfio metuo-J. without, drop-, vridiont asking ^uestinns'soat vsi eard.-: or charts. Absolutely Free of Charge- Don";: fail to take advantage of this n;markabie olfer. Special Notice Monthly vi;it to -Getfysburg. OFFICES:- 238 Mutual Life Bldg.riOll Chestnut St, PHL Pa. A Sewing Machine at $18. That Equals Any S30.GO jlachfne Full size high arm sev.-ing head- Bali-bearing enair.elea siacd. Five drawers with polished cak fronts and handscme oiil:s: one of them with bobbin compartments. Thoroughly adjusted =o tba's: it rnsv be used in the home at once vrithoct trouble. Fully guaranteed for ten years. Should last a lifetime with reasonably careful use. Will do perfectly all 'the se?dng required in. the averaga modern home. Has full equipment of attachments same as the higher priced machines. A trcubie-prccf easy-running, thoroughly satisfactory- Machine. V,"e will sell you a S45.00 machine, rotary action, -vvith all the at- tachrr.en'cs. hemmers. etc.. for $27.00. Guaranteed for 10 vears. Fully guaranteed machl-ies as low as §14.00. They have been handled v.ith success for 20 vears-" T ¥ n j-" * JL · M A ii Arendtsville *?_-- PUBLIC SALE of Valuable Real Estate and Personal Property. On SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20,1913 ! the undersigned. -arsH =-?H at pnnlic i sale at the late residence of Mrs. | George Kump. deceased, in Franklin \ Township. Adams County, near Willow Grove, the following personal property, to ·crit:- four beds and beddings, three ba- reas, tvo corner cupboards, three tables, two chests, dining room table.! (walnut). % doz. cane seated chairs. I five rocking chairs, one half doz. plank bottom chairs. 20 yds. rag carpet. good cook stove, ten piate stove, tubs. two iron kettles, benches, butchering tools, plates, dishes, forks, and kitchen utensils, canned fruit, vinegar, apples, potatoes, corn, barrels, towels, table cloths, napkins, quilts, comforts, pillows, shovels, axes, savrs. vredges, chains. c_: also lot of chickens, and two hogs, crocks, lard, cans, pictures, tiro copper kettles, glassware." cueens- ware and many other articles too numerous to mention- A credit ef four months on all purchases of S5.00 or over. At the same time and place the following real estate will be offered, viz:- j All the Tract of land, known as the j George Sump farm, situate in Frank- j iin Township. Adams County. Pa. near j Willow Grove, about 'two miles from Cashtown, adjoining lands of Sharrah Bros-, Wm- J-orsythe. Peter Kump. Any 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 Bel'c. with 175 bearing tress, (from which was sold SSOO.OO worth of apples this year); also lot of other frcit trees, such as cherry, plums, pears c- in bearir.s: condition. This property is nicely located, in fair state of cultivation, with plenty Our Holidav Girts ·/ Now on Our store has" IP. addition to its usual stock, a big assortment c-f pretty and useful things for the holiday trade, that is unsurpassed in this section. Our store rooms arc full to the brim -with_ interesting and appropriate gifts- The prices are right and Trill meet the vraats of all Arnons: other thissrs are the followin^: )isplay CHINAWARE LAMPS GLASSWARE CAXBIES. L^IBRELLAS FANCY LIXENS HANDKERCHIEFS NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR GLOTES- SWEATER COATS READY-MADE CLOTHING Bears Ernal}"nS Prescribed by Dr. Gordcn For Wasting Diseases. Dr. -John D. Bear. Bro., Elkton. \ a-. Dear Sirs: For the last three years I have prescribed your Emulsion and _ ,, . . have gotten satisfactory results. I tune. JVmjs 01 sale; 2o per cent- on j find it especially beneficial in cases day of sale or purchaser's note with ~ where the cough has lasted for some of good never-failing- springs at buildings, and timber for fire wood. It is convenient to clrarch, school ar.d market and will make a. most desirable home. Possession can be given at any Fine new line of up-to-date HArS last received. An Up-to Date Line of Shoes The TT. W. W. -- Selz and Freed's. three popular brands, many others. Shoes for ever member, of the familj. KLEPPEPx'S STORE, Arendtsville, Penna. Medical Advertising Best Remedy For Loss Of Weight approved security, and balance April Sale will begin at 10 o'clock 1st, 191 a. in. LATTREXCE KDMP. Aity-:n-fact for the heirs of George and Xatherine Kump, deceased, JBIg- lerville, Pa, George Martz. Auctioneer. Watches and Clocks I hav^ moved into the Rether Building, EiglerviDe, Pa., Where? I am prepared to do all kinds of Watch and Clock repairing. E, E. SHETTER SHELL oysters always on hand at Evans' Restaurant advertisement United Phone.-- time. I also consider It one of the best remedies for vrasvir.g- diseases, sore 1-jngs. xveakening a.nd loss of vreight It has a very great advantage over Tnps'c preparations of its kind." Instead of being hard on the stomach, it strengthens and promotes appetite, I lave found it a very useful remedy and prescribe it yrhenever I have need of a rmedy of this kind, which is verv freouent as \-ou see by niy prescriptions. Yours very respcctiveix% Dr. W. A. Gordon. Eear's Emulsion is an unequaled renicdy for coughs and co!ds, and ouilds up v/eak lungs and run-down systems, i't is the best possible pre- .-entive against consumption and extraordinarily beneficial to puny children. Sold and recommended by Huber's and People's Drug Stores. Hard to Satisfy, "Some men are not even satisfied when they marry and are supported in the style to which they have been accustomed," caustically remarked a woman. Ask your grocer for White Uly FLOUR It's the Best Hard ccaghs, old coughs, tearing coughs. The Supreme Business Month of the Year Opens Before Us- December Is the Gateway to Christmas 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 values we invite comparison. our choosing an d at Handkerchiefs Christmas sale of Handkerchiefs for Men, Women and Children, all new, dainty and fresh, plain and embroidered, boxed or without at prices from I c to $1.00. S » l 1 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. 9 e e e S Neckwear for ladies and men, always an acceptable gift, variety large. Underwear and Hosiery !! Gloves I S i We are headquarters standard trades at fairest orices. - Silk ·-- * -- * Hosier)- for ladies at '" . 5 Oc and $1.00. Silk Hosiery for men, "special values, 25 and 5Qc. Furs and Coats Ever}* cne appreciates Gloves. Our displa}- includes the latest siyles for men. women and children. Umbrellas of -he-gift kind. Large assortment for misses, ladies and men. Handbags Unusual values in Handbags, leather and mesh at popular prices. 9 e « e for misses and ladies^ Furs in sets or separate pieces, to see them" will conx-ince you they are the dependable kind, at prices within reach of all. Coats i~or misses and ladies, special prices for Xmns present?. Men's Shirts A special men's shirts. for this year are our Boxed one in box. No * i tade brand, they are guaranteed to fill their name, Price $ 1.00. Centre Square, Gettysburg, Pa. Walter's Theatre, Friday, December 19, 19i3 3 i What the Critics Say: "The Play will sell the Book and vice versa." --Chicago "Journal." "Prom the rise of the curtain to its tall the piece was given the closest attention. This regard arose not onlyntly , fi«ed for their respective of the story is well preserved." J '*""·-" --Indianapolis "News."! : North American". | "The play should attract large and from 'the artistic developments events, but also from the earnestness of the actors, all oC which were excel- parts. 1 --Philadelphia --Philadelphia "Public Ledger."! "A simple pastoral of the Ozarks;; Prices 35, 5Q, 75, and $100 "The production is acted, staged and" i appreciative audiences for it is'one of really genuine sentiment" ^ g. ounted fittingly and the atmosphere ' exceptional charm and appeal." ' --CoJunvbus, 0.,'"Dispatch."^. * ,, Seats on sale at People's Drug Store, *.Tuesday, December 16*

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