The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 22, 1913 · Page 3
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December 22, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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XMAS SUGGESTIONS From the T W O .-. O L L IE S he following useful articles are suggested for Christmas Gifts'for man, woman and child. Carving Sets. Cutlery of all kinds, Bissels Carpet Sweepers, Clothes Wringers. Xumeroas Styles of Washing Machines. Food Ciioppers, Meat Grinders. Lard Presses. Wear Ever Aluminum Cooking Utensils, Safety Razors, Pocket Knives. Scissors. Tools of all kinds Express Wagons. Tricycles. Sleds and Skates, Automobile Robes. Horse Blankets, Baggy Storm Fronts, All kinds of Harness. Jnst received another bis shipment of beautiful Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases." All of the above articles sold at extremely low prices. Your patronage respectfully solicted. ^-l m M OUR SPECIAL H O L I D A Y O F F E R I N G ! fldams Goantv Go. GETTYSBURG, PA. Starting Monday we will give" with each purchase an attractive gift of a BOTTLE : OF : CALIFORNIA : WINE EITHER PORT ORSIJERRY KIMPLE'S : LIQUOR BALTIMORE STREET STORE W- ORANGESORANGES Jnst received a car load fancy FLORIDA Oranges for Xtnas. Can i~ll thorn Cbeap. Look for the wagons. Malaga Grapes. Celery. Cranberries and Tangerines. Buohl Shultz PUBLIC SALE i L i On TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. 1914. | The undersigned "Kill sell at public" sa'e ar his resilience in Mr. Pleasanr ( Tovmship, Adams Courtr, on the road leading- from t^e Baltimore pike to the Bortneauviile Road. 3!£ miles south of Gettysburg, the foUov^ag personal property:-- " i One pair of black mules coming 4 i years old, one -2. good leader; 29 head of cattle consisting of 7 milk cows 3 j heifers. 3 of them fresh by time of j gA sale and orhers close springers; 12 j ^=^ bulls from 1 to 2 \ ears, S of them fit j ~~c-£ for service. Durham and _Holstein } yg.,..^.^ ^.......g----^^^ ^-^^_ ,, stock, hard to beat: 4 sows Trill farroiv {^^^^g^^j^^^V^S^^^'^^'^sv^^^Nr^rj in February Poland China stock. Also |" abOvit 50 ehicKens snostly Leguoms- j Sale to commence at 12 o'clock j stizro. Ts-hen terms "will be made j by GEORGE JEFFCOAT. G. R. Thompson, Auctioneer. Reuben Schwartz, Clerk. of them fresh by time of sale, 10 i he Big Item. i "Does it ta~e much money to send · 2. boy to college?" asked the Boob [ "Xo.' replied tlie Cheerful Idiot. ' It's ' keeping him there that takes tne , com." * Where A-riericans Fell Down. -^ t Twenty thousand Germans sang j Oratorio Popular in Germany. Oratorio, ever since the daxs of "Die Wacht am Rhine" to the acconi- I Hande!, has enjoyed extensive cnlti- paniment of 20 baaas The Americans I'vauon ia Germany Every city of im- trho started -were all Tight until they portance has Its oratorio society, and j * ! got to "seschwertgeldrrr "--Chicago I many o£ these choirs have become , advertisement FOR RENT: two frort rooms wfch conveniences for light housekeeping. L Plank, 32 East Middle street.-- Tribune. justly celebrated. Tell us wnat Do Your Xmas Shopping Now Select Your Presents While Our Assortment is Complete We wiil be glad to lay them aside until wanted, or deliver them at any time and place designated. Nowhere will you find a more carefully selected assortment of those articles which stand the test of constant use than at our store. , ATTRACTIVE HARDWARE ARTICLES Boy Scout Watches, $1.25. Boy Scout Axes, 60c. Air rifles, 75 to $1.50. Target Rifles, 1.50 to $10.00. Leather Gloves for Boys or Girlsj 35c a pr. Table Knives and forks, 50c to $5 per set. Carving Sets, 2.50 to $8.00. O'Cedar Mops, 1.00 to $1.50. Thermometers, 20 different patterns, in Oak Wai nut and Mahogany finish, 25c to $2.00. 1914 Model Bicycles, 25.00 to $40.00- Pocket Knives with wood, stag and pearl handles- 25c to $2.00. Carriage and Auto Robes Fancy Plush and Imitation Buffalo, 3.00 to $9.00. BOYS' TOOL CHESTS "We have chests containing real tools of standard makes, such as Keen Kutter and Oak Leaf. Prices from $3 oo to $8.50. Then we have cheaper chests for the smaller bo vs. DOLLS, TOYS, BOOKS, ETC. \Vehaveabeautifulline of Dolls; all the new things in Character Dolls, Unbreakable Dolls, Talking Dolis, etc. All the little girls want dolls. Buy them here. A nice line of Games of various kinds rightly pricec'. BEAUTIFUL CHINA A most acceptable gift to the home-keeper is a Dianer Set- "We have then in Austrian. Limoges or Haviland China. Also in semi-porcelain. All the decorations are good. OJd pieces of Caina. something to suit every persons taste. APPROPRIATE FOR X-MAS Beautiful Toilet and Manicure Articles in French Ivory acd Pink and Blue Pyralin, in separate pieces or sets. Price low for the quality of the goods. Just what all ladies or young girls want for their dressing tables. GOOD THINGS TO EAT This is plways the store of the Choice Fruits, Canned Goods, Confectionery, Nuts, Etc. The best in quality that can be purchased anywhere. NUT PICKS AND PICKERS It is hard to find a present that combines so much real worth for the price as a set of Nut Pickers and Crackers, made of steel and nickle-plated. GETTYSBURG DEPARTMENT STORE GETTYSBURG, PA. We Give £j?fr(" Green Trading Stamps With all Purchases WAGONS, COASTERS, ETC. Only an empty purse can be offered as an excuse for denying children these heart gladdeners. Express Wagons are useful. A Coaster Wagon or Automo bile is the dream of every boy's heart. A Doll Go- Cart will gladden any little girl's heart. Sleds, Ice skates and Roller Skates; all prices. SHAVING OUTFITS Whether he makes a practice of shaving himself or not every man should have a shaving outfit. We have practically every approved make of Safety Razor, including Gem, Gillette and Auto Strop, from $1.00 to $5.00. Shaving Brushes, Beautiful Shaving Mirrors and Shaving Sets afford everything desirable for some man's equipment which will be truly appreciated. CHRISTMAS NEEDFULS Like cards, tags, seals, tinsel cord and ribbonene, holly and poinettia paper, white tisse paper, booklets, calendars, calendar pads. Evei-ything to make the gift look its best A beautiful lice of Holiday Box Paper and Correspondence Cards i I WSPAPfcRI

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