The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 20, 1913 · Page 3
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December 20, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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Medical Advertising:. Opens Up Nostrils, Clears Head, Ends Colds or Catarrh At Once Instantly Relieves Swollen, Infiamed : dissolves by the heat of the nostrils;} Nose/Kead, Throat--You Breathe j penetrates and heals^ the inflamed, I KVooK- nt.it H ,,-,,..,.·.,,. Goes--'swollen membrane which lines the- nose, head and throat; clears the air; passages; stops nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief · comes immediately. j Don't lay awake to-night struggling | Freely--Dull Headache Nasty Discharge Stops. "Ely's Cream Get a small bottle anyway, jast to try it -- Apply a little in the nostrils ad clogged nose and: for breath, ·with head ^stuffed; nostrils dullness and headache disappear. By morning! tbe .catarrh, cold-in-head of catarral.sor^ throat will be gone. JScd such misery now! Get the small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug store. Tills sweet, fragrant balm mucous dropping into the throat, and raw dryness is distressing but traly 1 needless. Put your faith--just once--in "Ely't Creara Balm"' and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. · . I i *?* "I ·f P £ I % I . i I i Another Christinas Club AT .. The Gettysburg National Bank You will need moiey next Chris'cmas, so %\hy rot join oar club sad until the next Holiday Season you will have saved a snug liti'e lump that bt.3 not caused you the leas: inconvenience to accumulate? Smell weekly payments that you v.-Il! never miss, at the end of the year v/ill constitute a fard that will rerder yoar Christmas shopping easy. Over "300 Christmas Checks ivere distributed this;, ear to the members and they amounted to ?S. 000. The 1314 club promise to be bigger tap ex-er. Call aiTthe bank and ITS will be glad t o exp'ain to you our plan. It does not cost \ ou a cent to join a"d there are several classes of navmer-ts. * so that you n^y select the one that best suits voar ourse. THE SAVINGS FUND OPENS ON DECEMBER 29TH HUNDREDS WERE 3IADE HAPPY IN 1913 "Why not be one of the happy onos when next Cnrist- mas rolls around? __ MAKE TOUR CHRISTMAS A MERRY ONE. B i A * . The . . | Gettysburg National an Gettysburg. Pa. ~^?:± THIS STOVE '. ,. - HAS BECOME FAMOUS for its heating quality with a stsall consumption of coal. la addition to this, which Is the e^- sentlal reqiureinent of any he~r- er^ it is especially noted for rs attractive appearance. We will take pleasure in showing it and explariing its full merit at ci r v.hareroom. H. T. Maring K-.ir of «jH Keadinjr freishc station in bril !'s^ formerly ccnpied br S ravrstatker Co. \S G I F T S | I am going to £ H. B. SEFTON'S | to Buy n-.y Xtnas gifts. r He has the finest Pipes and Cigars :-j s~ in town and then I wiil get my Hair C Cut for Xrnas at his ? Barber Shop Baltimore street. H Pipes from 25c to $2.50 t You will want to visit the big B A Z A A R January 10th to 17th · To be held by the ArendtsvUle Band, Refreshments of every kind will be seived. c by^vlsiting bands each night. II^5^Z^^^^^'SX*^-^S^ "" " /.THE PZ.ACE FOR.*. I SHELL *| O Y S T E R S By the Peck or Measure 5Oc. and 6Oc. per quart EVANS' 0 RESTAURANT | U N I T E D T E L E P H O N E §5 5*' Another Supplement in Full Color With Sunday's Public Ledger W The demand for copies of last Sunday's Public Ledger, with the superb colored supplement, was so j;reat that over 100,000 copies were sold. This week an edition of 125,000 has been printed to supply the demand. This Sunday's supplement will contain two more pictures of the series of fifteen of Violet Oakley's Paintings --the famous William Penn pictures in the Pennsylvania. State Capitol a t Harrisburg. , , , . , , Nine more pictures will be included with the next seven issues of the Sunday Public Ledger. _ This series of pictures was recently characterized by an eminent art authority as "the most important single contribution ever made to American' art." Complete sets in colored reproductions have not hitherto been obtainable, and cannot be had after these supplements are gone except at advanced prices from those who are now forehanded enough " to secure complete sets with the Sunday Public Ledger. Don't miss this Sunday's issue Order from your news agent now DAILY 2 CENTS . - SUNDAY 5 CENTS First Thing in the Morning Since 1836 Agent for Gettysburg, Pa. P. W. STALLSMITH -Jnst Received- i A CAR OF SALT Will sell at SPECIAL PRICES for 30 Days. Also a Large Assortment of Candies. 5 Drawer Sewing Machine of the leading- manufacturers make, drop head, nicely finished, SDL50. 7 Drawer. SI5.00. Guaranteed, to please or money refunded. Attractive Prices on Men's, Boys"-s and Lidies" F^lt RrtnK Men's 9 11 ArctlCS reiL DOOIS, S iz2 3 4bufkie -rvrcucs*, FIRST QOALITY Store will be open Christmas Eve. After JANUARY 1ST, we will close every Wednesday and Friday evening at 6 P. M- \ E. G. LOWER, Table Rock, Penna. .LV W. H. TIPTON, Photographer, 20-22 Chambersburg, Street. · I FOR CHRISTMAS IF ITS A PHOTOGRAPH you want, go to TIPTON'S STUDIO and get something Exclusive and Artistic If you want a familiar Scene for an absent relative or friend, you can find it among our NATURE SERIES of the PICTURES- Q U E about Gettysburg. It's old Lanes and Pathways, Streams, Bridges and Woods.^ These appeal to the cultivated taste. - | Take into consideration also "Gettysburg: the P ictures and the Story" New edition, over 500 Vie»s, 50c, 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, * 5 C I SPAFLKI

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