The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 23, 1913 · Page 6
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, December 23, 1913
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Quality Shop '-_!,- t H :" I* ' " - ' Here you will find an especially niie line of Christmas Gifts for Men. Didn't Fee! It. A little sri had been allowed coffee for breakfast as an unusual treat. She insisted upon having more sugar in it than TnaTnma thcugilt BCCeSSaST. "I have already sweetened your cup, dear," A\SS the firm if gentle reply to the child's demands for further indulgence. "The sugar is at the bottom of the coffee." "I don't feel it," came the dubious answer, accompanied by thorough and noisy action of the spoon. We have a full line of Neckwear Sweaters Handkerchiefs Suspenders Umbrellas Cushion Tops Pennants Queerest of Trades. Mr. Chesterton once wrote a boos] called "The Club of Queer Trades." J One of the queerest trades in real life; is that of the elderly , South London j r^ian \vho-siasds.daily at_a ver' congested crossroad and assists childrea over-the thoroughfare. Some 1C years ago he started this oceupaiton ost of sheer Jbenevolence, ifcd^ has bees ing it ever since." T? small sums the Christmas gifts he receives the parents of the children serve to eke oat liis pension. OUR TWENTY-SIXTH i Christmas Anniversary Finds us with a better assortment for the gift buyers than we have , ever had th«| opportunity^ to offer before. 7 '^ 5 * 1 -' ! -~ % Among tlie many arucIesHhat are al- . ways useful ~anu acc« p able are--Table I Silver. Solid and Plated Ware; Cut Glass, Serviceable pieces for daily use; Toilet Sets, Comprising Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, Etc. Chime Clocks in Mahogany[Cases. f y* A Suit, Overcoat or Fancy Vest would make an appreciated Gift. Will M. Seligman Tailor Haberdasher, First National Bank Building. Object Wtetrfmony. Young woman of enclent lineage, beautiful as Helen, prudent as Pecel- ope, economical as the Electress Sophia of Brandenburg, witty as iln«j. de Stael, austere as Lucretia, charU- atle as St. Elizabeth of Hungary, demoted as Florence Nightingale, loving as Virginfe, with the voice of an angel, au artistic soul and possessed of a splendid fortune, desires correspondence with a view to matrimony.--German Newspaper. About the Human Eye. Greenish-, hazel and spotted eyes are accompanied usually -with sErewd, j, nervous, restless temperaments, j According to Professor Hudson, Asia- j tics with hazel eyes are cunning and WATCHES of every size and description, open face thin models and tSie old reliable hunting-case kind. All the prominent v.-ell advertised makes. A Special Line of Ladies' Elgin and Wakha-m Watches ia 20 year guaranteed cases ior only $12.00. A Solid Silver Handled UMBRELLA makes a useful and lasting gift. We are anxxms to have you see our beautiful selections in Silks and less expensive materials. passion jealous of the opposite sex; they are, however, frequently "envious of their QT722. C A. B L O C H E R , -, v-r."-^- H. P. MARK Arendtsville H. P. MARK AbigDisplayofHoKdayGoods The tMrty-fest.anniversar.y of my being in business %vill be- celebrated vrith a grand ,._T -. -.- ^~ . - , ; .opening of-holiday-goodsion y. December 6th, 1913 1 C H R I S T M A S G I F T S ; SS I am going to j I H. B. SEETON'S \ Ineezmo scy to Buy my Xmas STiils. y^ g* Hejhas the"faie3t Pipes and Cigars in g~ ^W town and then. I \rill get my Hair Cut Kg " ' for ''Xmas at Ills Barbea Shop Baltimore street Pipes from 25c-to $2.50. =^TM^^s==^r-^:^:^35^"^2*^^ j^l^g-^§^:a:~5^ai^^ vS KS ^rv here's a" need, of it- Snilf a iitus Kcadoa's, _c':e orisin^l and ge^aire J--';. up tlis co^triis. Its SCOISIT^. EC_iog properties quick!;, re- I c\ c j oiL B=sc thing for hsy fev er.colcls. soreiarca..c3tarreal headache, nose b ! eed. de^Tuess, e:c Relieves tT.e ccnd'-'OS ivaicli ctuses srontsr. Solu oalv in 25c and 50c sasiiar. 1.1023 b»* drugs-sis G- direct. Sample free. 7»7»»-- 11 will be in my room on the j Square over "StaHsmith's ! Store" on second floor, every Wednesday afternoon from 1230 to 8 o'clock. nhere I will do Siting, or I will call on von In your home, at yoar convenience, __ on" any Thurs-Uy, upon receipt o£ post'! card- Please tail- and see the ! corsets and cor=et accessories: "C FOR SALE Bi". THE PEOPLE'S DRUG TQRS ·f C._ 31YERS. Xew Oxford, Pa -^ Spirella Corsenerre"."' '"* ~^ " .^-oi-sui^xrt^ufcom the eastern citiesJhas been placed in our store rooms and ^iE be 1 opeiffor inspection to all our friends and customers. Our holiday stock consists of § "' :HINA and GLASSWARE Cut glass pieces in latest jg patterns. The only store at =ggi -which to buy it in the North end f§l Kf the County- Dinner sets. iOt Silver knives and forks. | | BRIC-A-BRAC 'jgjjj Vases, Candiebra, Statuary ^^ and Janaaese pieces m ---H LA^IPS f^ of every style and description. SLEDS and WAGONS The kind thar \von"t break ·when you look at them. Big line of lightning guiders and flexible fijers. Other toys. TOILET SETS FURNITURE During the holidays only we offer an eighr piece 330 solid oak suite for §25. Dresser has a French beveled mirror 24 x 30. ; An exceptional offer which - will only last for the holiday : trade. Iron bedsteads and other · furniture of all descriptions. An j especially attractive lir.e of rockers, dining room suits, side- jt boards, desks, etc. A large line of toilet sets has j been received for the holiday j Xrade. A most acceptable gift j and we have mauy patterns. SWEEPERS Bissel's swepers make very acceptable gifts. They save many hours hard work. PICTURES We have no competitors ir trice. for v*e do our framing in dull seasons. "We are overstocked and the goods must go. As a result we have made a reduction of 25 per cent, on al! Dictures. CARPETS Brussels. Moaquet, Axminster, Ingrain and Rag carpet. A pattern to sure everyone. RUGS A iarge number of rugs of attractive design and excellent quality. All sizes. A new line of bath room rugs, 3G x 72 for 9Sc "0 x 60 for S9c- OIL STOVES i Monarch and B. and B oil ! heaters which are just the thing to take the cnill off of a room. CLOCKS Our d^lay of clocks is large and at varied prices Cathedral gong clocks from S3 to S6.5, all new design?. Oak case clocks and cheaper grades-alarm clocks. i e*i.c., for those who want them - ·_^ --. ^* _ The usual last" minute rush will soon be jm. cuy now, : ar4 avoid ^crowds and - - " - discomforts at "The Home of r me Clothes you will find GIFTS for all from Baby to Grandparents. B E L O W W E O F F E R A F E W S U G G E S T I O N S ¥® Sewing Machine at $18.00 |§ That Eqcals Vny §30.00 Machine _ fe Full size high arm sewing head. Ba'I-bearing enameled stand. J- ive SK drawers wltli polished oak fronts and handsome pulls; one of them UK witn bobbin compartments. Thoroughly adjusted so that it may be ^5 'used in the home at once without trouble. Fully guaranteed for ten y» years. Should last a lifetime with reasonably careful use. Will do ^ perfectly all the sewing required !r. the average modern home. Has f|j fall equipment of attachments same as the higher priced machines. "%S A trouble-pmof easy-running, thoroughly satisfactory Machine, ^j|= We wjll sell you a §45.00 machine, rotary action, with all the at- ?£ft tachments, hemmers, etc., for S27.00. Guaranteed for 10 years. '?$ Fal'y guaranteed machines as lovr as §14 00. They have been har.d- §§5 * - led iMth SuCces^ for 2Q years. Bath Robes KImopos Dressers and Handkerchiefs Galore m Fancy Holidaj Boxes The Largest Display ever shown in this Comnum- Itv. Shoes Separate Skirts Coats Coat Suits Furs Gloves Neckwear Hosiery Umbrellas Handbags Pocket Books Mesh Bags Vanity Cases Sweaters Rain Coats Suits Overcoats Hats Caps- Raincoats Pajamas Bain Robes SmoWng Jackets House Slippers Gloves Collars Collar Cases Corabination Sets Garters and Armbands Hosiery Ties of e\-er3* description H. P. M A R K 3-: m. Arendtsville Adams County ^-··**v-*-.-»v»--»yv»-«?*v«^^^ .-5.x».« * IsiK'si? ·x«r-ab ·v»v«x«x0x«. 1 :--®-.».-.®x»..».*.«A».-».»--.«-*.«---*. -« Why Do They Do This? | '3IisB Primp (whc is forty-one)-! "Yea, I was thirty only last week.! Think of It!" The Caller (aged thlr-! 'ty-6even, with charming insincerity)-- ' "Dear me. I couldn't have guessed j "you* were more than four years my j ueaior. I -will be twenty-five next | month."--Cleveland Plain Dealer. j SPAPFRflRCHlVE® _ _ « To Clean an Oil Painting. Sponge the painting carefully with pure soap an'I luiewarrn water, squeezing the sponge fairly dry before using. Dry thoroughly -,\IUi a soft cloth Dip a bit of chamois leather in sv.eet oil and rub over the painting, rubbing agam \vith clean chamois, or a bit of flue flannel. How to Split an -Adverb. On a recent rainy evening I caught the savor of the split adverb. It -was in a tram-car, and the jouug lady from the sveet factory xvas anxious about her hat Che asked her companion-of course she could not see her own hat: "Is it spoilt absobally-well-oot- lyv ---London Chronicle. FOR GISLS AND BABY Shirts Hosiery Rubbers Umbrellas Ties . ==?%Cowboy and Indian Play- Suits Dressers Sweaters Boots Shoes Gloves Caps and Rah, Rah Hats Lmbreilas ~ °'-"^ . WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR HANDKER- KFRCHIEFS AGAIN WE HAVE MADE A SPECIAL ETFRT TO HAVE WHAT YOU WANT IN THIS LINE, Prices Range from 3c To $2.50. . , ~AU through the store in every department you wifl find saggcstions that answer that hnporLt q uestion-What shall I g^e? Mak^our store your headers during the holiday season. YOURS FOR SERVICE FUN SAC "The Home of Fine Clothes.' 'SPAPFRl

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