The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 22, 1913 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
December 22, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Monday, December 22, 1913
Page 2
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

f J, «,V.M-Ktf J* ***' j ' j, fl 4 Goods Departir G. W. WEAVER SON ...r-vvss t _Sfl iS^ : %A^M^ffU'i^ ;»»*« ^ t *Z n i : ; - ; ^ ^MOT*- .- ,-J? £-w3^jL,'.^~4 -vyJ ·TJr .rings us , : -: kVr; u s-c,^^-rfs*sse .^^L For Gift to Some One. STYLISH FURS IN MATCHED SETS OR PIECES Please tha .average woman mere than anything else. We never have had the pleasure of showing a. better'.line of New Shapes ar.dJFashbnable colors, including" Imitation Black Fox and Lyax and Gray Kilt. Wear guaranteed at one- third the price of-the'genuine. Bijv.ii Oposscr-t'ziad Natural Animal Furs-. V.Je Thibit anil ImiL.tiv.nlW. Buy Furs where wearing quality is looked out for. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES* FUR SETS ranging in pries from SI-CO to $10.00 per set. I A TAILORED SUIT Still a fair selection of Suits, at.a great SJivIsg.o^er jegulai: season, prices-, r.r SILK AND COTTON PETTICOATS Petticoats in Heatherbloom at §1.50, S2.00 and S3.00. Imitation Heather at 50c, Top, §1.00, $1.25.- Satteen 75c, 81.00, f 1.25 to §3.00. · L Black'Silk" Taifetta '§3'.00 to §4.50. ' Colored Silk Taffeta $1.95, 33.30 to 15.010." ' SPECIAL COLORED SILK TAFFETA, HIGH COLORS §1.95 Messalines, S4.50, |4.75, 85.75. Some with Silk Jersey Tops, "Eppo" and ' 'Anna Held'", Black and colors. HRKTMAS PENROSE Special Christmas Sale For Early Holiday Shoppers STUDY THIS LIST IN SELECTING . Y b U R CHRISTMAS GIFTS ? " J * "^ . . , . _ | ^ ·/*"* - · * y- j Suits Fof Men, Boys and Children - '' '" , ' J I-'- - ; -" Ovei-coats - Rubbers "- " '-'.Hats' ·-- Raincoats Shirts" "*- ' Caps _x · . « · " · Shoes (for everybody) Neckwear (in fanc\' boxes) Suspenders · ,Feney Sweaters Gloves Pelts Boots Gum Boots Arctics TM*: Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Uader-.vear Black Jersey. Top, with S. $0:00. es- to SWEATERS Bradley and other makes in new this season's styles, all wanted, colors.. 'Sweater Coats for" Men, .Women and Children make an excellent gift. Misses and ' Children's Sweaters, 50 to S2.00. Froin Infants to -Misses' or 'Boys' sies. ' ' ' -''·' ~" '.Ladies*-All Wool Sweaters Men's Cotto'n and Mixed Sweaters 50c and Sl.OO. Cardigan Jackets 70c to $2.75. MEN'S UNDERWEAR Every Character and ail Sizes. aSEN'S HOSE ; AND MISSES', . A wonderfuL-selectioipat Deduced- pxicesi^' Ladies'- , Eer- si£ffiaa I'PIushes, ^ShrachiUas, Cut Velours --and splendidly made? and stylishly ' f C* I size · different cut;- /Misses ya Goats in jaunty-styles. T- on rv i' f p£ 'DRESSESJftC^ UcLadies' Serge, Poplin ""and Silk Dresses, Children's Dresses. Everything you may want in Children's and Misses Ready to Wear Goods. I/ ··-' I--'- I. -j "* -- RAINCOATS;^, · R Gfeaf 'assortment :6f "Besl- ing ' $16.50. KIMONOS Kimonos, short and long, Crepe and Flannelette. Would be greatly appreciated by an invalid friend, Sl.OO. S1.50 §1.75. S2.25. Blanket Bath Robes $5.00. Prices from _$5.00 up all guaranteed. 'TM ,, L- i Capes $4.50. Capes SI Aprons suitable for every member of the family, and for every use. At 25c. Round and Fancy . §SCK an AUjtheyWanjte/clrgojkars,. ar cies at from 1'Oc to 25c. gi id:en.'s Silk . Plaited, Men's Sifk Hose^ and'Sl.' " " COMFORTS AT -MEN~ FOR / ' fiouse Coats and. Smoking or for* ,lQungiu,g ? , r ! ^cqmfprt.. all through, S2.50, §4~ob to S5.00. We advise your early inspection as duplicates or. reorders may disappoint. ' WAISTS ; ' Our stock of Waists is full of Christmas suggestions in both Tailored and Lingerie, Silk and Lace covered. Some new Spring Waists ahead of time for Christmas selling. . DRESS SKIRTS Dress Skins, worsteds. SS.OO to S6.75 with a style only attained by the best dressmaker. Xewest shapes and materials. APRONS Aprons in four or five different styles, as well as large Lawn Aprons that cover the skirt. ' l ' At 50c. Fancy Swiss and Lawn, Embroidered and Lace -Ruffles, Chafing Dish and fancy work, also Nurses- and 'Waitresses Aprons. At Sl.OO. Beautifully trim- | med fancy Aprons in several designs and at every between price. Amaskeag Ginghams, full and large, on band. 25c. Same quality large bib Ap- rcn with straps. 33c and 50c. Do your shopping early and get tha best selection O ¥ ¥ ¥ 17CI T"7 Corner Square Car- .rl. · «rO i Z^ lisle St, Gettysburg, Pa. We give "S H" Green Trading Stamps Now is the time to fill your books and get youself a gift. To" Commercialize Ben Nevis. Ben Xevis. Scotland's tightest mountain, may be commercialized to meet. the demands oL tourists. A project is ;· under -way looking to the erection of j a hotel on the peak, to occupy the site of the former' meteorological observa-! toiy- The plans embrace a railway! nearly five miles long. ordinary i season it is estimated that fully 15,-' 000 people climb Ben Xevis. KEELEYfREWR successfulb ·tor 34-j/ears- . \g£MOV£5Jill DEStttFOR DRINK* 612 M8ROAD SLPHILADELPHIA.PA.J NOTICE Letters of administration on the estate" of J. Edward Shriver, late of the borough of Gettysburg:, Adams County, Penn'a.. deceased, having been 'granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby required to make immediate pay- menc, and those having claims against said estate to present the same for payment to, Or to W^F. SHRIVER, Wm. Hersh, Esq., J. H. ECKERT. Attorney- - Gettysburg, Pa- December 20th, 1913- Administrators. ELECTION NOTICE Notice is hereby jpv n that an election os seven Jirector-=,oE Bigk-rville National Bank will be held at the banking hoir-c- srEigltrxille on Tuesday, Januery 13th, 1914, betv.een die hours of one and two o'clock p. m. E. D- HEIGHES, Cashier. ASK for No-Fade shirts for men-A useful Christmas gift. One in a Xmas box. Price Sl.OO- Dougherty and Hartley.--advertisement. ^j^w.^,-...^.^.^-- Band Heimatsh^ schutz,*iomeoTfbr protecting and prfr; serving toHG--and. .artistic. Jbuildmgs,.. .Cities, "monuments;- etc:,- also to-unite the el- fortsibeing-iaade- by Tarioos local and state organizations. , v c ,~ Prices at tBe Gettyspoif warehcnse coi- cessor to-J. Geo.^Wolf s Sons Co. [ ?_.. ~. ,,. Per Bn ! «S! f ^ D ^^^1»^s-| sehil TOURIST TRAVELING CASES Folding Cases, useful article for the suit case or bag cretonne and silk covered, rubber lined with compar v.-asft clotti/comb tooth brush, soap 75C/S1.00, S1.50"up to SS.OO. Silk and Cretoned covered rubber lined Wash Cloth rair! Soap Holders, 25c and 50c. HAIR, CLOTH AND HAT BRUSHES "Keep Clean" Hair Brushes I 75c and §1.00. __ Guaranteed D r e s s i n g Combs 25c, 50c- Com . .., oats chop?: . r::. :: Stock Fo«d White aiiiWlin-^s Red Middlings TirnotbyHHj .................. Rye Chop-Baled strav, Plaster ................. g-30 P rvm^nf ... ..... SI .40 p Cotton Srttl ; per Ton ..... ?:».0 FOR MEN Everything to Wear but Suits of Clothes Qn?TUESDAY, t A. Son Bonneauviile Road, Z^k. miles south of; Gettysburg, the following personal : orcperty:-- . '^f One pair cf black mules coming 4 · -.^_ years old, one a good leader; 29 head j^»? of cat.tie consisting of 1 milk cov/» 3 f :^i of them fresh by time of sale, 10 j "^ , heifers. 3 of them fresh by time o*; ^ sale and others close springers; Yl\V^ bulls from I to 2 years, 8 of them .:t · -.^ for service, Durham and Holatem ; ^ s'ock, hard to beat; 4 sows will farrow ,^ in February Poland China stock. Asso ('"*-= £»C'jt 50 chickens mostly L6g2C' r ns. Sale Vo commence at 12 o'clock -:·.£-. p. v.-hen terms will be ^ GEORGE JEFFCOAT. , ^rJL Thompson, Auctioneer. Reuben Schwartz, Clerli. ,, .. i% For Sale AS i x R o o m FORSALE by The People's Druj Store i Effective November 16, 1913.' j . SB? WBSTBPS MARYKD RAILWAY fr · -S:56 A. M. Daily Except Sunday foz 1 Baltimore, Hanover,,York and, j l O t i S A i l . Dkily fofcf'lfa'gers^o^^i^lf,;^^l^fer^te^ and V,"aynesboro, Chanibersburg,, conveniences. Located on ^th =trcet, Big- Hancock, Cumberland, Pitts- j j erv -,ii e . Apply to burgh and Chicago also Elkins, 1 W. Va j 12:25 P. M. for Highfield and interme- ! diate stations. ! 2:55 P. M. for York, Baltimore and j Intermediate Points. 5:C6 P. M. Daily except Sunday for | B. and H. Division Points to ', Highfield, also Hagerstown, i Waynesboro, Chambersturg and 1 Shippensburg. J .13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, and intermediate stations. · G. B I G H A M , Biglerville, Pa- Medical Advertising Hair Tonic Ayer's Hair Vigor Keeps the *calp clean and healthy. Promotes growth. Checks falling. Does not color. Ask Your Doctor. L - ! PUBLIC SALE On TUESDAY. DECEMBER 80.1913. | | , the estate of J- Edward Shriver, late j \J*Z(t ^3^»«**« J ' » « » - | » _ » *-J^T ^,--r -- r m- r '-'Bay driving horse, buggy »" d ^ ar ' ness, sleigh, 2 h^-droom suits, 1 Am. cane seated chairs, 3 carpets, 1 couch, 2 buffets, 2 Manda, 1 extension table, double healer, .stair carpet, rocking chairs 2 old fashioned bedsteads, iron kettle, organ, L set dishes, 20 yards matting, run^c-, 1 table, and many other grticlc-ii too numerous 'to mention. .,, , A credit of M-X. months will be fetven on all purchacc» of $5.00 and over, to begia (it I o'clock P. M. sharp. . W. F. SCH RIVER, J, II. ECKERT, Administrators. NECKWEAR An immense line at 25 and 50 cents. Every 50 cent Tie in a beautiful box. MUFFLERS Of Wool and Cotton with a snap button in front, at 25 and 50 cents. SILK MUFFLERS Folded or open, f rom 50 cents to S-5-00 . , - * .COLLARrBAGS Of iJzsrixx, froS 5Q cents to §3.00. ^. · SUSPENDERS At ~0 cents in sirigfe boxes.' GLOVES AjZ every Idnd from the cheapest heavy Trork glove to the fine dress kid glove, or the most expensive genuine fur gloves. HANDKERCHIEF.WALLETS Of Leather, with three handkerchiefs for $1-00- COAT SWEATERS From 50 cents to 86.00. FUR COLLARS For the man who does winter driving. SUIT CASES AND BAGS An fcst-insive line of Imitation or genuine leather- FOR LADIES SHOES The ever practical gift--subject to exchange for anything jelse in the store. " HOUSE SLIPPERS-.AJiD SHOES 0 J f Kief or "Felt and Indiarr Moccaslns. ^RUBBER *C' Boo"ts ^HK Over^iters. SWEA'l^lS, c " 50 cents to"§6'.00. MUFFLERS Silk and Wool. PAJAMAS AND NIGHT ROBES « A g-cod assortment of light and heavy weights. RAIN COATS At 5-5.00 to S15.0G. HANDKERCHIEFS Cotton, Linen or Siik. COMBINATION SETS Attractive combination sets in Christmas Boxes--suspenders and garters-Initial belts-and garters--garters In fancy cartons. eic- r · etc. COMPLETE LINES OF Pocket Books Umbrellas Shirts Underwear Hats Stick Pius Cuff Ijnks S 11063 Overgaiters Indian Moccasins Arties Boots Belts Rubbers Collars Cuffs Hosiery FOR BO YS GIRLS CAPS Hockey Caps, 25 and 50 cents. Aero- plane Caps, 50 cents- Caps vrith ear protectors. GLOVES Leather and Wool. SHOES High Top-Shoes. House Slippers cf - , Felt or Leather, Indian Mocca=Tiis. r .'-_·- :'-/SWEATERS"^$Ji; *" " Various* Colors, from 50- cents tcT MISCELLANEOUS Car.vas Leggings, Neckties, Rubber Boots, Mittens, High School Pennants, Etc., Etc. I . 5?.*i m 3?t m y?A m ?£K. ^ m y y. S£ r 1 1 t.9 Eckerts Square. Gettysburg, p a .

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page