The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 18, 1913 · Page 6
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, December 18, 1913
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rKCT«*,:r;83r4j^ Medical Advertising Fe« EolteJare Hair Ho* i , Druggist Says Ladies are ' Using Recipe of Sage Tea -, and. Sulphur. ·; HairTsfiat loses its color'and lustre, o*" wees, ic fades, tarns jjrav. dull and · j Iife!es4- * caused by a lack of sulphur j j " 'ihehair. Our grandmother made up; ' "' -- of Sage Tea and Sulphur to \ keep fce£-locks dark-ana beautiful, and j thousands of vromea and mea who val- ·e only this old-time recipe. = Kotradays we get this famous wax- j ture bv asking at anv drag store for a | 50 cent botde of "Wyeth's Sage and j Sulphur Hair Remecj ", which darkens the hair so naturally, so evenly, that _ nobody can possibly tell it has been · anlled" Besides, it takes off danruuif, t · * §!; The Quality Shop ;g Here you will find an especially fine line of Christmas Gifts for Men. }im siocs scalp itching and falling hair. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush vrith it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand^ at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; -but what delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is that- besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, it also brings back the g!oss and lustre and gives it an appearance of abundance. Gifts * We have a full line of Wo mens Woes Gettysburg Women Are Findin " at Last. Relief S ·a 1 .AT It does seem that women have more | than a fair share of the aches and pains "that aSict humanfty; they must "keep up", must attend to duties in spite of "constantly aching backs, or headaches, dizzy spells, bearing-down pains; they incst stoop over, w hen to stoop niealis torture! They muse walk and bend and work with racking paias and many aches from kidiey» ills. Keeping "the kidneys well has spared thousands of women much misery. Read of a remedy for kidneys only that is endorsed by people you know. Mrs- Annie Flaharty, "oil Washington St., Gettysburg, Pa., says "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills during the past several years and am Tvilhng to tell of my experience for the faenefi'c of other kidney sufferers. I had weak kidneys for a long time and was also subject TO headaches and backaches. Doan's Kidney Pills have removed all these troubles! There is no better rem- eiv for the kidneys-" For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. - Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York, so'e agents for_the_Umted States: · -- "·--.-------- . ·*--*· · -- 191.3. '· fPE 8:56 10:28 12:25 2:55 5:36 £:13 A. M. Daily Except" Snnday^for Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Foints- A. M. Daily for _Hagerstown, Waynesnoro, ~ ^Shambersburg, Hancock, Cumberland, Prfcts- Jburgh and Chicago also Elldns, "W. Va. P. M. for Higfafield«and-interme- "diate stations:! j* ~ '-. c._ \ ~ -*~ P. M. for Yorkj^altimore' ~acd Intermediate Points. P. M. Daily except Sunday for "B. aSd'H.''Division Points to HighSeld, also Hagerstown, "Waynesboro, Chambersburg and Shippensbnrg. New Osford, Hanover, York, and intermediate stations. THE HUB UNDERSELLING STORE ~e ~ ' Annual YuletideSale of gift merchandise. So come, see and be glad that you can save much on your Christmas money by taking advantage of next week's shopping economies. f | SILK WAISTS " A very pretty and useful "gilt is one of our new Silk Waists, all shades, open front or back. S2.50 value $1.98. $4.00 value §2.98. VOILE WAISTS 25 styles to select from m Voile. La\vn and Linen waists- Asst. colors and stripes. 9Sc and 1.49. Bverj- waist packed In separate Holly Box. COLLAR CUFF SETS Hundreds of Collar and - · Guff-setSj jdiainty _collars| and ' separate gift' f j r o u r ' - DIG COAT AND FUR VALUES Your wife - or daughter will appreciate a Coat or Set of Furs, more than any other gift. Slo Astrakhan Coats $11-98 $12 Boucles Zibelines 9.98 $10 Zibelines Plush 7.98 Other coats from $4.98 up Big variety of Children's Coats S1.49 up Furs at 20 per cent. Reduction. HANDBAGS a good looking Bag? -it will r pleasing^ gJft.'SQe\ b'e *a Sneezing/ here's no seed of it. Snin a iittle Koadon's. tbe original aati geauiae Caiarrhal Jelly, to the no=tn]= IiS soo'hins, beahn- properties Qa'csix" relieve Toa. Besi t:«:n^ fur hay fevjr.colds. catarrh, sore throat, caiarrha ! heacisci.e, cose bleed, deafness, eic. Relieves t .e condition ·nrhich craoses sr*oncg SoKJ only in £5c acd'oOc sa-suary tnb-5 by 3rc5gi3i3 orc:recL. Sanspiefree. Wriie Minneapolis, Mian. s · 4 : I 4 I HANDKERCHIEFS Galore Christmas handkerchiefs in folders and boxes of 2. 4 6. Something^ .eysrgbody ·J appreciates". Priced ,"25c to Separate Haaidkerchiefs^ 5c UT).' * - ' '· "' '" * * " Hats, Hats. SWEATERS We have them for any of the famlh-. all colors and sizes. Priced very low. CHLLDREN - S~DRJSSSES K big- "assortment \of: | chilclren's Dresses in Scotch Piaid, Navy Serge. Plaid Gingham;- - Linene^ Sbep- -herd 'clxeck. 49c and 3Sc. ' Warners Corsets Specials in SILK-PETTICOATS 100 Tuessaline and Taffeta Petticoats in all the newest shades. A pleasing and serviceable gift. S2.50 values §1.98 §3.00 values 2.19 $3.50 value " 2.S8 $5.00 value 3.98 "" UMBRELLAS' The ''Perfect Shape" Umbrella packed in individual boxes, for man, woman, or child a very acceptable gift. Moderately priced. - _._'KIMONOS JLong and short Kimonos in either Crepe or good quality Flannelette assorted flowered patterns, all sizes , 49c to S1.9S- Flanneleiie Gowns '49c INFANT'S ^"E AR A complete lire of underwear dresses, sweaters, saccues and eap=c for infants. "' ^ Muslin Knit Underwear. «?: Neckwear Sweaters Handkerchiefs Suspenders Umbrellas Cushion Tops Pennants A Suit, Overcoat or Fancy Vest would make an appreciated Gift. Will M. Seligman Tailor, HaberdasiK-r, First National Bank Building^. ^cs^g?? We Give "S. H" Green Trading Stamps The Hub Underselling Store OUR HOLIDAY G I F T S NOW BEING 255 1OOK STORE Christmas Suggestions I 'The Ladies Shop" 10 Carlisle s.reet CATARRHAt JELiy FOB. SALE BY THEPEOPLL's DSl'G STORK PUBLIC SAJLE t ITMBER. SLAB AZS'D COKD WOOD Friday Teceinber 2Gtli. On the'"?- Eon;a7:m tract, rso njises sontaeast of Ben^ersviik- and one mm- northeast of Centre isli= r.;i what i= nown S3 the Coprs-i iarai, 40 Cords Of lab VMX*! saweti in 12 iaca lengths. Oa^ an«l H:ik- ory, _ -T i09 Fc-z o: O-T-rall 20 acit-s nnctii Trt-e Tops, Os.;**. Chucks. SaTvdasi- Sale TO'-e at 1 o".3. k. ? M sharp A credit of ihrw n,o»ths v :.i 1 given so all parcha^-ers sivifig t!se:r nou^ ·snih appro-. t« Secrariiy. AH s «n« nn:- r S5.CO ca^h. Fo=:tnely no ! T i!:iH:r 10 :-e removed vsatil sell, is over. H. A. ·\iYEHS J. M. Ca-dTfdl. Ai.ot. P. A. Miller, Cterk. j G ORANGES ORANGES -last recehea a car load fancy FLORIDA Oranges for Xmas. Can sell them Cheap. Look for the wagons. Malaga Grapes. Celery. Carnberries and Tangerines. Buohl Shuilz Love in a Hickory-nut. A hickory-nut is named, then cracked. If the kernel is withered, lore has grown cold; if it is broken, the loved one Is untrue; if it comes out whole, all is well. OUR TWENTY-SIXTH Christmas Anniversary Finds us with a better assortment for the gift buyers than -we have ever had the opportunity to offer before. Among the many articles that are always useful ana acceptable are--Table j| Silver. Solid and Plated \Varc: Cut Glass, Serviceable pieces for daily use: Toilet Sets, Comprising Brushes, Combs, Mirrors. Etc. Chime ,~ Clocks in Mahogany,Cases. WATCHES of every size and description, open face thin models and the old reliable hunting-case kind. All the prominent well advertised makes. A Special Line of Ladies' Elgin and Waltham Watches in 20 year guaranteed cases-tor mly $12.00. A Solid Silver Handled UMBRELLA makes a useful and lasting gift. We are anxious to have you see our beautiful selections in Silks and less expensive materials. BOOKS BOOKS Classic Gift Cook-. recent fiction, popular copyright- Toy "Books, Harrison Fisher's Drawings. In . fact everything' in books. WRITING PAPER """ "Whitings" gift papers in attractive boxes. Cor respondent cards in Initial, GuKL Silver and plain styles. Papers of al^the best and newest stvles on the market. MAGAZINES Send in your subscription orders for your magazines at once, that you may bavc them for Christmas. PJ ompt service i s o u r Motto. aMce «*» g *^^ Give Us A Call THE C. A. BLOCHER, Opposite Court House Chas. E. Swisher. Prop'r. Ask your grocer for White Uly FLOUR It's the Best Carrying !t to Excess. DOX'T forget the sale at II. L. Quizzo--"I understand that your " " friend Bronson Is a vegetarian." | Bream's farm in Cashtown, March Quizzed--"Yes. He has such pro-'7 thj 1914. Clarence Bream; Arbin nounced views on the subject that he Carbauc]l j amcs Andrew.--advcrtise- married a grass widow." ment 'SFAFLRI

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