The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 24, 1913 · Page 6
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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, December 24, 1913
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H. P. MARK Arendtsville H. P. MARK | AbigDisplayof Holiday Goofk j The thirty-first anniversary of my being in Susraess will 'be celebrated%itli a grand | | opening of holiday goods on. ^i ^Saturday, December 6 t h , ^ 1 9 1 3 g § 4. bi~ stock fresh mm the eastern cities lias been placed ia'our sfow roonis and -o* ooen°for inspection to all oar friends and customers. Our holiday stock consists Medical Advertising be *3 H :HINA and GLASSWARE l§£ Cut glsss pieces In latest ^ patterns The only store at 2^ which to buy it in the Xortn end y£ of the County, Dinner sets, Sliver kaives and forks. BRIC-A-BRAC Vases, Candlebra. Statuary and Japanese pieces LAMPS of everv style and description. FURNITURE During the holidays only \ve offer an eight piece SCO solid [ oak suite for $25. Dresser has a i French beveled mirror 24 x SO. · An exceptional offer which ; will only last for the hohdaj trade. Iron bedsteads and other : furniture of all descriptions. An especially attractive line of rockers, dining roo«"i suits, sideboards, desks, etc. SLEDS and WAGONS Tbe k:rd that won't break \iheri you look at them. Bhc line of lightning: guiaers and flexible Syers. Other toys. TOILET SETS A large line of toilet sets has been received for the holiday trade. A most acceptable gift and Tare have many patterns. SV/EEPERS Blssel's swepers make very acceptable gifts. They save niany hoars hard work. PICTURES We have no competitors in price, for we do on*- framing in dull seasons. We are overstocked and the goods must gn. I As a result vre Have made a re- I auction or 25 per cent, en aii | pictures. CARPETS Mocquet, Axciin- srer, Ingrain and Rag carpet. A pattern to suit everyone. RUGS A large numbei of rags of attractive design and excellent quality. All sizes. A new line of bath room rugs, 3G x 72 for 93c 30 x 60 for S9c- OIL STOVES Monarch and B. and B. oil heaters which are just the th-ng to take the chill off of a loom CLOCKS Our display of clocks is large zmi 21 varied prices. Cathedral go^g clocks from £3 to S6.75. | al! ne*.v dcs'grns. Oak case clocks { a:.d cheaper grades,alarm clocks, J etc., lor those who want them - «© XK «*· RELIEVES N FIVE KITES 1 Help Comes Quickly When Hyomei Is Used for Catarrh, Bronebi- s tis or Cold in the Head. I If you suffer from 'raising of mu- eoas,"husky voice, discharge from the nose, droppings in The- throat, snifiles, I or any other symptoms of catarrh, or j 3 i have bronchitis or cold in the head ] « jsjtrely use Hyomei. It- will banish tfeej ! disease germs in "the nose, throat and! lungs and give quick and permanent j relief or money refunded by People's | Drag Store. j t The Hvomie treatment gives a ^onic-: healh's effect to the air you breathe, J destroys the catarrhal germs, stops j V.he poisonous secretions, soothes the j irritated mucous membrane and makes | i a marked Improvement m the general i | health. i The complete outfit, including in- j hiler and bottle of liquid, costs 51.09: | extra bottles of liquid, if later needed, j , 50 cents. | XMAS SUGGESTIONS From the T W- O /. O L L I E S Had the Last Word. Two ladies, during a friendly meeting on the street, got to quarreling about their ages, and used very strong 'aaguage toward each other. At last, as if to end the dispute, oae of them turned away aad said is a ·very coa- ehaiory tone o£ voice: "Let us not quarrel over the matter any more I, at Seast, have not the heart to do it. I never knew -who mv mother was: she deserted me wlien a baby, and M!IO Lnoiis but that ou may have eeii the heartless parent?" Sal A Sewing Machine at $18.00 That Equals Any S30.00 Machine Full size high arm sewing head. Bail-bearing enameled stand. Five drawers intb polished oak fronts and handsome pulls; one of them with bobbin compartments Thoroughly adjusted so tha't it may be used in the home" at once vnthouc trouble. Fully guaranteed for ten years. Should last a lifetime reasonably careful use. Will do perfectly all the sewing required in the a-.erage modern home. Has full equipment of attachments same as the higher priced machines A trouble-proof easy-running, thoroughly satisfactory Machine.^ We will sell YOU a S45.00 machine, rotary action, with all the attachments." hemmers, etc., for §27.00. Guaranteed for 10 ears. Fullr guaranteed machines as lov.- as ?14 00. They have been hind- v led-with success for 20 years- H. P. M A R K Arendtsville Gas. ! first used the word "gas" ana, -.viiy? Merely because of the supposed j resemblance of the product of burn-i ing carbon to the "chaos" of the| Greeks. "This spirit, hitherto im-j known," wrote the experimenter Vaa i Helmont in 164S, "I call b the nev.-1 name gas, and I call it so because,; being untamable, it is scarcely distil- j guishable from the chaos of the an-; cients." A glimpse at modern gas Ue-; vices ·will show how far removed 1 from untamability is the gas of today. | - T" |The following useful articles are suggested , for Christinas Gifts'for man, woman and child. Carving Sets. Cutlery of all kinds. Bissels Carpet Sweepers, Clothes Wringers, Xumerous Styles or Washing Machines, Pood Choppers, Meat Grinders, Lard Presses. Wear Ever Aluminum Cooking Utensils, Safety Razors. Pocket Knives, Scissors., Tcx^s o£ all kinds Express Wagons, Tricycles. Sleds and Skates, Automobile Robes. Horse Blankets, Buggy Storm Fronts, All lands o£ Harness. Just received another bin shipment of beautsful Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. ' All of the above articles sold at extremely low prices. Your patronage respectfully solicted ftdams County flardmafe Go. GETTYSBURG, PA. Adams County TWENTY-SIXTH Anniversary Finds us witb a better assortment for the gift buyers than we have ever had the opportunity to offer before. Among the many articles that are always useful and acceptable are--Table t Silver, Solid and Plated Ware; Cut Glass, viceable pieces for daily use: Toilet Sets, Comprising Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, Etc. Ch Clocks in MahoganyjCases. WATCHES C^PgC^ Christmas . . . Shooting.' . Match *· - *, f Still and Clay targets. This match ^iU be the largest onejrchave ever held. " PHIZES WILL BE OX THE OROTJXDS- B. Hoffman | Domestic Gas Engines, Spraying Outfits j May Tag Electric or Power Washing I ^ . ^ Machines . ^ * l " Reading Standard Motorcycles T " Ser- ume of every size and description, open face thin models and the old reliable hunting-case kind. All the prominent well advertised makes. A Special Line of Ladies' Elgin and Waltham Watc'-es in 20 year guaranteed cases ior only SI 2.00. A Solid Silver Handled UMBRELLA makes a useful and lasting ^ift. We are snvous to have you see ^ C* m our beautiful selections in Silks and less expensive materials. C A. BLOCHER, si--e -osre oft'-e mechanical devices for vfhlch I hold tbe aaency. I sliall to demonstrate nny oae ot them to prospective purchasers. I am prepared' to do any manner of Repair Work- at- my Cabinet and Machine Shop, or all kinds of New _ ; ;Work made to order/ 1 1 W . M . C O N O V E R '' United Telephone ~ r ~ - Cor.-Middle and Stratton Streets 3ig^ §e3aasEg ffi t^f* 3£ V!T£ UR SPECIAL H O L I D A Y O F F E R I N G m m 1 ?g K m m x=^ m yg. m y§i =*i^ ti SH ^·^·^iV^^^^-- · Starting Monday we will give with each purchase an attractive gift of a BOTTLE : OF : CALIFORNIA : WINE EITHER PORT OR SHERRY Small Boy's Essay. j A youthful American esuzes for the j time being resident in Germany -nasj asked to observe Independence da\ ', by -writing "a patriotic American coin- · position." Bobby chose "The CoV i tor bis subject, and this u as the essay ' 3ie turned out- "The cow is an animal , She haa two horns and four Popped Corn a Good Food. A government bullet ii sajs that popped corn is superior to many breakfast foods EO* on the market- Someumes it is eaten ^!th milk and sugar In many farm houses popeors' is considered a necebsary adjunct to Chribtnias festu'iics, a'ld the cars o! Unlike Most Visitors. The perfect baby had reached tbe age TAhen he could coo. an accomplishment in which he indulged him- sels. most of the time -when not otherwise engaged. VHe is the most v. el- come visitor I ever had," said the mother, proudly. "He jUFt lies and | talks to me by the hour." "Isn't that j KIMPLE'S ;r LIQUO " BALTIMORE STREET STORE ·Long may it wave o'er the laud of r free and the home of the brave!'" j U^s and Chnarmas fes,ii\'Ues. a-id the cars o! talks to me by the hour." " s n t tat . .raves, the little Tori Tnumb vanoty are par- nice," replied the cauer. ' So unlike , ticularls pdj!ar decorations. for Christmas tree most i isitors--the just talk and lie , to you by the hour." / :·£££?. :£OC KhCiSfi *»?·

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