The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 23, 1913 · Page 2
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December 23, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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G. W. WEAVER SON The Leaders GIFT SUGGESTIONS From Adams County's Dry Goods Department Store. Stocked to the Limit With Us hil and Ornamental Goods. NO DOUBT ABOUT BLACK SILKS BEING WELCOME GIFTS. Pracdc^K;, every woman counts a hsndscne blnck silk gown or waist a necessity, cne cf the most useful in her enii;e wsrdrobe. Prices for black si!- range all the way from a SI a yard messaline or tsffe-a up to a S2.00 per yard char- raeuse. A number of fashionable weaves £~ ?l-23 to $1.50 will be boxed for gift giving. ELACK DRESS GOODS BOXED FOR GIVING. Woolen materials are serges, other weaves of wool or siik wool. 50, 75, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.09 per yard, from 4 to 6 yards to a pattern. COLORED WOOL DRESS GOG?3. In anv desired color. Great choice of -r%ves and qualities. A cotton and silk mixed or an all cotton or all silk Dress Pattern in street or evening colors, from as little as SI 50 for a pattern to 310.00. Boxed for giving- A BOXED WAIST PATTERN OF WASH MATERIAL. Eiiher plain or woven check and s^pe. sheer Flsxnr. -.'Jte or colored ?' ~-° 3^'dras and n dozen other -. v-e~ Ine--rensi.-e. LADJES* UMBRELLAS Tils has been for years a Christmas Umbrella store, and we are again fully stocked with the newest in handles, and the very best covers. SPECIAL 51.00 Fine Gloria cover, tape edge, ·with newest straight handle, exceptional value. $1.50 Elegant quality Gloria. with straight handles embellished- This is a S2.Q9 value. $2.50 Silk covers of a superior quality, newest trimmed handles. "S-3.00, ?-LOQ to $5.00. Finest Silk Umbrellas, black and colors, with Sterling and Gold plate embellishment on Sue and new style handies. ME!TS UMBRELLAS- Great assortment new handles, Silk and Gloria, 51.00, $1.50, S2.00 up. Same 1 y. "A H ZK |j I ·f-. I? values as those quoted for ladies. Also Suit Case Umbrellas for men. and ladies. FANCY BEAD BAGS. The kind our grandmothers used to carry, only much prettier, various sizes and colors, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 $3-00, $4.00, $5.00. Fine Gold and Silver Beaded Bags, very handsome, $2.00. $3.00 to $5.00. Gun Metal Steel Bags, for persons in mourning, $5.00. Leather Bags. A handsome gift in the newest shapes and sizes, Seal, Morocco and other leathers. B-aek and various colors, leather lined with a coin purse inside. Gilt, Silver or Oxidized mountings- A great assortment and SDecial values, oOc, $1.00, S1.25, S1.50,2.00. $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $600. FANCY COMBS. All sizes Side and Back Combs -in amber, shell and grey, lOc, loc and 25c. SSde and Back Comb Sets, new shapes with brilliants, $1-00 per set, single pieces 50c. AuXo and Fancy Face Veils, 25c, 50c and $1.00. LADIES' NECKWEAR Our stock is now complete, selected with gift giving in mind, with full as- Fortment of all the most desirable things- Lace Jabots, Irish Crochet in ail shapes. Ties. Bows and Dutch Collars- Plauen Collar and Cuff Sets and many others. Each ons will ba boxed for gift giving, 25c, 50c, Toe, and $1.00 up. Ruffiings and RuchLegs by the yard, 25c and 50c yer yard. Xeck RUES of Chiffon and Lace Sl.OO. Sl-25- $1.50, $2^0. HANDKERCHIEFS; Months ago we began to make purchases for Christmas selling. Our great outlet of Handkerchiefs gives us a purchasing capacity the equal of any three or four stores combined. We get first choice from some of the large import stocks -and best prices. Should you desire to use the mails we will give the making of a choice our best care. See a partial description below. When we say linen we mean Pure Linen- Women's Hem Stitched Borders 1-8, 1-4. or 1-2 inch hems 5c, lOc 12 l-2c and 25c. Si i Si SK m i 3? i i I I 1 1 i Women's Linen. Sv.-iss and Dimity, with Innisfail embroidery in one corner only, others sll around, some are lace trimmed, lOc, 12 l-2c and 25c. Women's Linen and Swiss Embroidered, some in one corner onh, others all around, Crochet and Tatting «dge, fully 50 styles or patterns at 25c. Armenia Hand Trimmed and Innisfail Embroidery. Embroidered insets with fancy lace or edges and many others at 50c. Women's Linen Initial, Hem Stitched, embroidered with a neat letter, 15c, or 75c xer 1-2 dozf boxed. Fancy bordered Lisse. a most beautiful fabric- Colors in border absolutely fast. 25 cents. Fine boxed Linen or Swiss Embroidered, 6 Handkerchiefs at S1.50, §2-50 and 33.00. Fine Bebe Irish or Dachess edges at S1.00, S2.00, S3.00 a piece. 100 patterns Swiss Embroidered Handkerchiefs, including initials at at lOc and~15c. Children's Fancy Embroidered, 3 in fancy box, loc. Handkerchiefs at 5c_ Over 200 doz. plain and fancy, borders. A great assortment some are initialed. Men's Linen Initial Hem Stitched, in 1-4 inch hems, neat embroidered letter. 25c. or $1-50 ier 1-2 doz. boxed- Men's Extra Size Linen Hem Stitched 40c. Men's Hem Stitched Linen. 1-8 and 1-i, 1-2 inch hems, 25c, 35c. 40c aj.d 50c~ boxed in purchase of three. Men's Linen Hem Stitched, exceptional vclae, 1-4, and-1-8 inch hems, lOe and 12 l-2c. Boy's size Linen Handkerchiefs 2 for 2-5c. Men's Fancy Bordered st oc, lOc and 15c. HOSD3RY. Ladies' Sflk Hose. Special values in Black. Tan, White. Pink, Blue. Onyx and Niagara brands, 50c, 75c, Sl.OO. S1.50, The Sl-OC and S1.50 Mad wfll be boxed. "~ Lisle Hose, in Black, Tan and White Gauze and heavier weight, regular made. 25c and 50e. Ladies' and Childrens' Hose, all sizes, in great variety, colors are White and Black, lOc and IDC. Children's "Buster Brown"' Rib Hose all sizes, never-wear-outs, 25c. H. iiniinjniiiiiiiiini!ll!yilHillIHUHHnniHlHilUi nuiu Medical -Advertising; COMB SAGE TEA INTOGMT HAIR Darkens Beautifully and Restores Its Thickness and Lustre at Once Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will torn grav, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant; remove every bit of dandruff, stop scalp itching and falling hair. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to- use tonic, costing about 50 cents a large bortle, at drug stores, known as "Wveth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy", thus avoiding a "lot of muss. Whife wisny, gray, faded hair is not sihf 1. we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractiveness. By darkening your hair with Wveth's Sage a«d Sulphur, no one can teii, because it does itTso naturally, so evenly- You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it "and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared. After another application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and you appear years younger Special Christmas Sale For Early Holiday Shoppers STUDY THIS LIST IN SELECTING Y O U R CHRISTMAS GIFTS Suits For Men, Boys and Children Overcoats Rubbers Hats Raincoats Shirts Caps Shoes (for everybody) Neckwear (in fancy boxes) Suspenders ; Fency Vests Handkerchiefs Sweaters Umbrellas Gloves " Underwear Felts Boots Gum Boots Arctics ^ Western Maryland Lines TRY THE SHORT ROUTE TO Pittsburgh Chicago Leave Gettysburg 10:28 A. M, connecting with Chicago Limited at Highfield. Arrive at Pittsburgh 8:05 P. Do your shopping early and get the best selection O l T T 17 CT"^ Corner Square Car. I"!. L.HO1Z-, lisle SL, Gettysburg, Pa. We give "S H" Green Trading Stamps Now is the time to fill your books and get youself a gift. 3L, and Chicago morning. 8:10 o'clock next 3Iodern train of through sleepers, observation and club cars and coaches ttached- PUBLIC SALE On TUESDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1913. The undersigned, administrators of the estate of J- Edward Shriver. late] of the Borough of Gettysburg, deceas- j ed, will sell at public sale at his late] residence on York street, the following j oersonal pronerty. to wit:-Bay driving horse, buggy and harness/sleigh, 2 bedroom suits, 1 doz. cane seated chairs, 3 carpets, 1 couch, 2 buffets, 2 stands, 1 extension "table,. double heater, stair carpet, rocking; chairs. 2 old fashioned bedsteads, iron kettle, organ, 1 set dishes, 20 yards matting, range, 1 table, and many other articles too numerous to mention. ~ A credit of six months will be given on all purchases of $5.00 and over. Sale to begin at 1 o'clock P. M. sharp. W. F. SCHRIVER, J. H. ECKERT, Administrators. . Bushman and Presses ! T?SI?-.3£535£X:£S:§ : !*?§ _ I P U B L I C SALE I 1 at the Creamer at Guernsey | I on Wednesday, December 31st. | = Consisting of H lot of shoats ranging in -weight from = = 05 to 50 Ibs 1 Ch.^^r White So-sr with ten pigs by her = = s : de. One O I. « * -"^ vrili have pigs by day of sale, 1 O. I ^ I- C Boar. I sjw will have pigs latter part of March; 2 = 1 F-^th^s will weight about 300 pounds, also one Bay = I Mare, to years old. fearless of all road objects, and other | 1 ~artic!\:s too numerous to mention j| 1 S de to commence at 1 :30, when terras will be made = = known by A - ^;,c' ayba " Rh Another Christmas Club AT .. The . Gettysburg National Bank You will need money next Christmas, so why not join our club and until the next Holiday Season you will ha\e saied a snug little lump that has not caused you the- leas* *nconvenience to accumulate? Small weekly payments that you will never miss, at the end of the year will constitute a fund that will render your Christmas shopping easy. Over 300 Christmas Checks were distributed thlsyear to the members and they amounted to SS,DOO. The 1914 club promise to be bigger tan ever. Call at the bank and we will be glad t o explain to you our plan. It does not cost you a cent to join and there are several classes of payments, so that you may select the one - that best suits your purse. THE SAVINGS FUND OPENS ON DECEMBER 29TH HUNDREDS WERE MADE HAPPY IN 1913 "Why not be one of the happy or.os when next Christmas rolls around ? MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS A MERRY ONE. . . The . . Gettysburg National Bank Gettysburg, Pa. Useful : Christmas : Gifts FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN Any Article Subject to Exchange Store Open Evenings Until 8 O'clock Saturday Nights :farisfmas Week UntiL9 FOR MEN Everything to Wear but Suits of Clothes PAJAMAS AND NIGHT ROBES A good assortment of light and heavy 1 t II » y%z 'tit jgg "-C£- I ^" )t ~~ -,££ 18 ; 8 m ~££ E. M. Wolf Effective November 16, 1913. HE WESTERN MARYLAID RAILWAY 8:56 A. M. Daily Except Sunday foi Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. 10:28 A. M. Daily for Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg, Hancock, Cumberland, Pittsburgh and Chicago also Elkina, W. Va v 12:25 P. M. for Highfield and intermediate stations. 2:55 P. M. for York, Baltimore and Intermediate Points. 5:36 P. SI. Daily except Sunday for B. and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg and Shippensburg. .13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, and intermediate stations. NECKWEAR An immense line at 25 and 50 cents. Every 50 cent Tie in a beautiful box. MUFFLERS Cf Wool and Cotton with a snap button in front, at 25 and 50 cents. SILK MUFFLERS Folded or open, from 50 cents to $5.00 COLLAR BAGS Of Leather, from 50 cents to S3.00. SUSPENDERS At 50 cents in single boxes. GLOVES Cf e-.ery kind from the cheapest heavy work glove to the fine dress kid glove, or the most expensive genuine fur gloves- HANDKERCHIEF WALLETS Of Leather, with three handkerchiefs for Sl-00. COAT SWEATERS From 50 cents to S6.00- FUR COLLARS Tor the man who does winter driving. SUIT CASES AND BAGS An extensive line of imitation or gen- nine leather. FOR LADIES SHOES The ever practical gift--subject to exchange for anything else in the store- HOUSE SLIPPERS AND SHOES Of Kid or Felt and Indian Moccasins. RUBBER GOODS Rubber Shoes, Boots and Overgaiters. SWEATERS 50 cents to $6.00. MUFFLERS Silk and Wool. weights. RAIN COATS At $5.00 to S15.00. HANDKERCHIEFS Cotton, Linen or Silk. COMBINATION SETS Attractive combination sets in Christmas Boxes--suspenders and garters-initial belts and garters--garters in fancy cartons, etc., etc. COMPLETE LINES OF Pocket Books Umbrellas Shirts Underwear Hats Sticls: pins Cuff Links Shoes Overgaiters Indian Moccasins Arties ' Soots -Belts Rubbers Collars Cuffs jttosiery FOR BOYS GIRLS CAPS Hockey Caps, 2-5 and 50 cents. Aero- plans Caps. 50 cents- Caps with ear urotectors. GLOVES Leather and Wool. SHOES nigh Top Shoes. House Slippers of Felt or Leather, Indian Moccasins. SWEATERS Various Colors, from 50 cents to S1.50. MISCELLANEOUS Canvas Leggings, Neckties, Rubber Boots, Mittens, High School Pennants, Etc., Etc. "On the /·SP4PFR1

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