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December 24, 1913

The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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w Son Medical Advertising Your Hair Neecls Parisian Sage Gettysburg Pa. A d a m s G o un t y ·' s Dr y G o o rf d s JO e p j* r t men t St ore V i s ? * - . '·: .. .-,.--:·..·,,,.. ~ ' - · · · 5;::* ig- ?£ "^ _-5^-~"~^"~^ z 7 £T :' m «s ~ St «?»' ^*~ ,f~ ~?t'^r i r" - -- a S3S gfS? 1*3^"~ $g£. 3$r? ^Stir ' lr cedent in our Records J ' : It is a delightful and invigorating: hair tonic which quickly penetrates into the scalp, gets ,to the roots of the hair, removes dandruff, and supplies the'Jrair.Avith just the kind of nourishment it needs to make it grow.- -.._. Parisian Sage is not injurious to'the hair or - scalp---it removes dandruff ·with one application and stops falling hair and itching of the scalp. Parisian " Sage - quickly cleanses, coolsland'invigorates the scalp and makes hair that is thin, dull, .matted or st^riii^y soft, abundant and raSfiint ' iffc/r it not oidyrsaye^.vthe hair, but Sivesdt that "incomparable gloss :and.Eeatity you desire. KI iiBFK G$t a"5Q cent bottle from People's ! Drug Stbre now--atronc'e. 'Hub'a; little j intoithescal»---you will -be surprised jwith;the result. ^Delighted users pro^ most tonic Special Christmas Sale For Early Holiday Shoppers STUDY THIS LIST IN SELECTING : .YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS Suits For Men. Boys and Children si*--. - . . ·'-, ' *» f-'f '-^t^' i " : " r * '·*· ?."·* \ f ..-'. 9~ m. K I sts. i Between Women's Health or Suffering Tiie main reasoa why so many yromea suffer greatly at times is becaiise of a run-down condition. Debility, poor circulation show in .headaches, languor, nervousness and worry. BEECHAM'S I PILLS - · : Overcoats i Rubbers ^^^"'rlSits t · ' ' ' * " »:? - Raincoats ! Shirts C'." ^jQaps Shoes (for everybody) Kectvr'ear (ia : fanc5'-boxes) Siispenders Felts Boots I Pency Vests Handkerchiefs Gum Boots Sweaters -Umbrellas Arctics V Gloves Underwear Do your shopping early and get the best selection O ¥ ¥ ¥ f7CnT7 Corner Square : Car-. .n. LJuOl/di 9 Usle St, Gettysburg, Pa. We give "S H" Green Trading Stamps Now is the time to fill your books and get youself a gift. " - - ^ i The immense preparation we made has stood the strain H 1 e stock shows outs here and there, yet it is still capable of s -jft - - . - - . . . - . - - . . . . . · ,, . - . . . . " · ' . every want without disappointment to the Gift Purchaser iupplying alrnos 33$'. J 'Cnx l=ry**t S»k ot AMI *til*» h tfc» WtrfO ^ are the safest, surest, most j- convenient and most economi- :cal remedy/ They clear the system of poisons, purify the blood, relieve suffering and ensure such good health, and strength that all the "bodily organs worknaturally andprop- erly. In actions, feelings and looks, thousands of womenhave proved that Beecham's : Pills Make All The Difference .-THE PLACE FORA Let us Again call Your Attention to the Acceptahleness of r or a practic .1 gift to 3vora-an r any s ' ' !?-! SK . m m SHJELJL ^ O Y S T E R S By the Peck or. Measure 5Oc. and 6Oc. per quart - _ . RESTAURANT U N I T E D T E L E P H O N E I Tt-tU find the dir=«ioBS with crirjr faor : very yahublc. vcf tf^ndship or relationship a iG^es^ pattern ; ; ^pVeciated. AB'ack Silk Dress can be or Evening. The greatest as- , $1.39 y' AllSilkJ^oplps, Crepe^Meteors, Cashmere de Soies, and many oAers Quantity needed'for d dress 5 to 6^ yards, 'accoraing to idtff^BD5fBD IN-A -, : CHRISTMAS BOX. ; Everything to Wear but Suits of Clothes · ' - " " ·' - . · · · ' . · iV-^i P.S.-Shpuldypurgiftrece.ved ieoneof cash letus suggest your investing it in ablack silk dress-^re Jj aualitv and price is looked out for. , : -· , ^ · - · · · - ; , . . . - : ' - : . ; - : .-.-'---^ "· ~"'^ *' * " - ·- -- ^ w. WEAVER SON ' ^ -S^'^i ! K'ff FOR - THE tpilLDREN GAMES AND TOYS I Gift! "Why not a Ford? You conldn T t m?;ke a better gift to the whole fam- Uy.It's.a pleas-ore car--a business car --an all around, serviceable car--an economical c;ar- It's the family car the v/orld over. Drive yours home today. Jive hundred ao«ars is the new price of the T/rord-lrur.Vihott- t'ne tonririg car is five fifty;. ^ihchoTrn car seT«i: £fiT4-*f. o. b. Detroit, cc!CTp5e«e with equipment. Get catalog and partkulars..from PECKMAN FORNEY, Gettysburg. Pa. Cars noiv on exhibition at National Garage. What Would You Say Now? It was Madame de Genlis who waxed wroth In Directory times because woman's decollete dress no longer represented the aspect of an "impregnable citadeL" To Prevent Linoleum Cracking. Linoleum which has been rolled and put away can be prevented from cracking by placing it for a few minutes In front of the flre before unrolling. Below are a few of ' the many games and toys in our l a r g e ; Christmas stock. ; Circus Cars, Fire Engines, Boys' Tool Chests, Oolis. Swords, G u n s , · Banjos, "Weary Willie3Iwtt and Jeff, Violins, Dogs, Cats; ···- Wagons, Horses, Houses, Elephants, Anl- rnals, Majestic Fishinjr Pond. Tiddledywinks,Table Croaqaet, Fox and Geese, Donkey Party, Round the World, With Nellie Ely, Farmer Jones' Pigs, Authors, Old Maids, etx .'.; CKristmas i g-fk |i "2*--.. . .-- ' h3S^.-^r' !So2- Decorations All of the fancy fussy little things that go to beau'rify and decorate the Christmas tree. This stock is complete, and consists in part o_" Tinsel Balls, Stars Pictures, Candles, Candle Holders Animals ar.d Beads. Trimmer's 5 10 ct. Store Cor. Baltimore Streets Gettysburg, Pa. NECKWEAR An.immease line at 25 and 50 cents. Every 50 cent Tie-in a faeautifid box. 'MUFFLERS Of Wool and · Cotton wfth a snap button in front, at 25 and 50 cents. SELK MUFFLERS Folded or open, from 50 cents to $5.00 COLLAR BAGS : _Of Leather, from 50 cents to, 83.00. - SUSPENDERS -'-.." -: At 50 cents in single boxes." GLOTES Of every kind from the cheapest heavy ·K-ork glove to the fine dress kid glo-v-e, or the most expensive t ' genuine far gloves- HANDKERCHIEF WALLETS Of Leather, with three handkerchiefs 'forSl.Op. COAT SWEATERS From 5C cents to Se.OO. FUR COLLARS Fcr the man -svho does winter driving. SUIT CASES AND BAGS An extensive line of imitation or genuine leather- FOR LADIES SHOES The ever practical gift-- subject to ex^ change for anything else in the store- HOUSE SLIPPERS AND SHOES Of Eif or Feltjaiid:- Indian Moccasins. ^" f RUBBER kfOODS nd Overgaiters. PAJAMAS AND NIGHT ROBES .-A good assortment of light and heavy weights. RAINCOATS At §5.00 to S15.00. . HANDKERCHIEFS ; ..-.,;-.·· Cotton, Linen or Silk. COMBINATION SETS : 4---' ·- .-- · · ' ..-- - . - - - . Attractive" combination sets In Christraas JZoxes--suspenders and garters-initial belts and garters--garters in fancy cartons, etc., e'tc. S3? Pocket Books Shirts Hats Cuff Links Overgaiters Arties Belts Collars eOoVIPLETE LINES OF Umbrellas Underwear Stick Pins Shoes Indian Moccasins Boots Rubbers Caffs Hosiery 50 cents to $6.00. MUFFLERS Silk and Wool. FOR BOYS GIRLS CAPS Hockey Caps, 25 and -50 cents. Aero- plane Caps, 50 cents.,Caps with . ear protectors. GLOVES Leather and Wool. SHOES High Top Shoes: House Slippers: o£} Pelt or Leather, Indian ; Moccas!ns. ;;.",......'.. SWEATERS Various Colors, from 50 Perils to $1.50. *,. , 'Canvas Leggings, Kecgties, Rubber Boots, Mittens, High School Pen- narffcs, Etc.," Etc. "On the Square. w-TT .T'- Cm. "On the Sq Lckert s btore Gettysburg, Xs£-s

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