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T WT ^CMOEIPnow p*,ob, 12X0 P<1 TEAS. , t-,T £1TTT ArxmTr ~~ --"---—-—-— ’ —-2--iLLSW ORTH, MAINE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 29 1920 class matter ,v> ---- -1 tTTBli ELLSWORTH POSTOPFIC*. < IN O. ' Liberty National Bank OF ELLSWORTH j BANK BY MAIL t 1*5 PER CENT. OP OCR CUSTOMERS DO. WITH SAFETY AND CONVENIENCE. WHY NOT YOU? The Liberty National-On your letter “SAY 80." L Will open an account with you. Will arrange withdrawals for you. Will attend to your closing an account jig) elsewhere, with a transfer anywhere. 0&, All can be done by mail. No need for you to come personally. If interested or merely curious, write us : A “How.it’s done." t per cent for savings. Interest begins monthly. 2 per cent, for check accounts as low as $.V)0. Write for particulars... Inquiry invited. ONLY FEDERAL RESERVE MEMBER BANK IN ELLSWORTH ---- - ■ —1 D. E. LINNEHAN’S GARAGE WATER STREET, ELLSWORTH AGENT FOR Dodge and Cadillac Cars, Miller Tires FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES Public Auto Service. Telephone 117 Compound Lard, 35 pound tubs.13V^ Don't try to buy it any lower, it can't be done. California White Beans, a peck.$1.05 Highest grade. California beans. Rolled Oats, 10 pounds.48£ The quality is guaranteed. Superba Dairy Cheese, a pound.37£ This is the ttrst decline in price we have had for a long time. Lowney’s Cocoa in bulk, a pound.30£ If it wasn't good Lowney would not allow us to use his name. Soda Crackers, a pound.17<? The long looked for drop in crackers has arrived. Kippered Herriny, a can. 20c* Why ifot have a few cans in the pantry. They come in handy sometimes. Preserves, 5 pound pails.$1.26 We have them in strawberry, raspberry and pineapple. < 'limax Coffee, a pound...32c* Many people are paying 4 5c for no better coffee than this. We give you these low prices because you give us the cash. Big Mark-Down Sale of MILLINERY SILVY & DONOVAN ■ _ . PLUMMER’S CUT PRICES Down they go, with butter rut to fifty cents per i»oun<l, anti many articles at the same price as before the war. We are offer ing you this wwt, just a few after-Christmas samples from our large stock of gootls. PLEASE NOTICE. Come and buy your month’s supply of us, ! and, if you cannot pay all of your expenses and make a good day’B ; Pay, we will give you the goods purchased. ; Read over the prices below and then come, or Bend us your order. Sugar, per pound.10^4c Best Grade Dairy Butter, per pound (Why pay 70c) .50c 2 Cans of Corn .25c 2 Cans of Pears.26c Large Can of Tomatoes.16® Best Grade Outing Flannel, per yard.1®C Best Grade Percale, per yard.12c Men's Heavy Wool Stockings, per pair.50c 6 Cans of Pink Salmon.$1.00 5 Lbs of Coffee (this coffee gives perfect satisfaction).$1.00 4 Cans of Best Red Salmon.$1.00 3 Lbs of the Best Tea.$1.25 Orders by mail for shipment as promptly attended to as though presented In person. O. s. PLUMMER & SONS, HARRINGTON, MAINE J. A. THOMPSON 119 IVIAIIM STREET F"iro, Marine and Automobile Insurance Representing The ETQeiitah>le Fire and Marine Insurance Co. OF HARTFORD, CONN. LOCAL AFFAIRS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Tumble Inn. J. A. Haynes. M. L. Adams. Dirigo theatre. Legal Notices. Union Trust Co. D. E. Linnehan. Silvy & Donovan. O. S. Plummer & Sons. Classified Advertisements. Williams Lunch Room. Bluehill. SCHEDULE OP KAILS. Ellsworth Pnstofllce. MAILS RECEIVED From West—6.47 a. m.f 4.31 p. m. From East—11.11 a. m.. 6.27 p. m. MAILS CLOSE AT POSTOFFICE. Going West—10.40 a. m.. 6 p. m. Going East—6.15 a. m.. 4 m. Registered mall should bs at post office half an hour before mall closes. WEATHER IN ELLSWORTH. For Week Ending at Midnight Tuesday December 28, 1020. I From observations taken at the powei station of the bar Harbor & Union River Power Co., in fillsworth. Precipitation is given in inches for the twenty-four hours ending at raidnight.| Weather Precip Temperature condition., Ration •4 a in 12 ni forenoon afternoon Wed 19— 28- fair cloudy Thurs 27— 37— snow,rain cloudy .4 Fri 31— 32— clear clear Hat 16— 18— fair clear Sun —1 10— clear fair Mon 9— 13— snow snow .4 Tuea 17— 28— clear clear Paul D. Tapley has entered the em ploy o( the Union Trust Co. The Thursday club will meet this week with Mrs. O. W. Tapley. There will be a masquerade ball at Smith’s pavilion New Year's night. George Gould and wife of Portland were in Ellsworch for Christmas. human Woodruff is at home from Bowdoin college for the holiday re cess. Clifford Knox of Foxcroft was the guest of Osmon Merrill over Christ mas. Charles Haynes is at home from the University of Maine for the hol idays. Arthur Peterson of Boston spent Christmas with his parents. Capt. and Mrs. John Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Floyd of Quebec were in Ellsworth over Christmas and Sunday. There will be no meeting of the Ellsworth festival chorus until Thursday evening, Jan. 6. John Latham, deputy collector of internal revenue, spent Christmas at his home in Portsmouth, N. H. Miss Marion Nealley of Boston spent Christmas with her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Nealley. Ilerraon L. Leighton and wife spent Christmas with relatives in Cherryfield, returning home Monday. • The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Union Trust Co. will be held Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 2 p. m. The Ellsworth high school basket ball team defeated Franklin high at Hancock hall Monday evening. Score. 32-18. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Keif of Han cock spent Christmas week with Mrs. Keif's niece, Mrs. A .G. Reed. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George McFarland spent the week-end and Christmas with Mrs. McFarland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Macomber. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gould of South Orrington spent Christmas with Mrs. Gould's parents. Mr. and Mrs Joslah Tinker. Mrs. Tinker’s sister, Mrs. Frank Overlock of Bangor, was also her guest for Christmas. Ralph Barron, who is employed, during his vacation, in Bar Harbor, took Christmas dinner with his mother, Mrs. A. R. Barron. He was accompanied by a friend, Mr. Thomas of Nebraska. They returned to Bar Harbor Saturday evening. Ellsworth men and boys are doing a thriving business trapping and shipping live rabbits. Francis Hig gins of West Ellswoath yesterday ROUND BIRCH WOOD We will buy White and Yel low Birch 4 foot logs de livered at Ellsworth Ellsworth Hardwood Corp. ELLSWORTH, MAINE NURSE MISS M. ELIZABETH GOOGIX8 75 High St., Ellsworth STORAGE BATTERY Repairing and Recharging Batteries stored for the winter. A. P. ROYAL, 08 State St., - - Ellsworth shipped to Pennsylvania 108 rabbits. His shipment would have been larger but for the fact that about thirty rabbits escaped from his pen in the morning. Miss Carrie Harrington was at hoVne from MiUlnocket for Christ mas. The literature club will meet next Monday evening with Mrs. Allon P. Royal. Miss Effle Morgan of Boston is visiting ifrer parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan. Mrs. Harry Torrens and daughter Anna of Bangor are spending a week at the Merry Mack. . Miss Ella F. Jordan of Jamaica Plain, Mass., is spending the holiday recess in Ellsworth. The literature meeting of the woman’s alliance will be held with Mrs. E. E. Rowe January 5. Miss Helen Greenan of Worcester. Mass., is spending the holidays with her aunt, Mrs. Herbert Young, in Ellsworth. Mrs. A. P. Wiswell has closed her Ellsworth home, and left yesterday for Boston. Later she will go to New York for the 'Vinter. Mrs. Ella G. Nash, Western Union telegraph operator, spent Christmas week with her daughter. Mrs. Arthur Howard, in Foxcroft. Michael Gaynor, with his daugh ters, Sylvia and Margaret, of Attle boro, Mass., spent Christmas with his daughter. Mrs. Frank J. Dunleavy. The new year will open with an attractive program at the Baptist church. Morning service at 10.30, with special music and a timely mes sage. Sunday school at 11.45. Evening meeting at 7.30. George IS. Stuart, D. E. Hurley and J. A. Cunningham were in Augusta yesterday for the continuation of the hearing before the public utilities commission in regard to Ellsworth water rates. The hearing was com pleted. The attorneys now have thirty days in which to file briefs, after which the commission will reuuer us uecision. At the Unitarian vestry this eve ning, Rev. G. T. Jones will give a lecture under the auspices o£ the Unity club. The subject will be the Plymouth Pilgrims, and the lecture will be Illustrated by lantern slides showing places and people of inter est in Scrooby,Leyden and Plymouth, i This is the 300th centenary of the landing of the Pilgrims, and the lec ture is of timely interest. This evening at Hancock hall the Ellsworth A. C. and Ellsworth high school basketball teams will meet in an exhibition game, when Alanson E. Skillings, an official of the joint basketball rules committee, will give a demonstration of this year’s rules. The game should be valuable and in teresting to both players and specta tors. To-morrow evening, at the same place. Ellsworth A. C. will meet the Easterns of Brewer. Charlotte, widow of John Farrell, died Monday at the home of her son Ruloff at Beechiand. Mrs. Farrell, who was in the ninetieth year of her aie. had been failing in health a long time. She was a native of Tremont, her maiden name being Charlotte Robbins. The greater part of her life had been spent in Ells worth. She leaves four children— Mrs. Abbie Weaver and Charles Far rell of California, Crowell of Boston and Ruloff of Ellsworth. The H. F. Wescott Hardware Co. to-day shipped a Remington auto matic rifle to the far-off East Indies. Thomas G. Christie, who was in Ells worth last summer, saw the rifle and fell in love with it. He went away without buying it but he did not for get it. The other day he sent for it, and this is the address to which the rifle was shipped to-day: "Tandjong Kassan Estate, Deli Sumatra, con signed to care of Harrisons & Cros field. Ltd., Port of Belawan, Dutch East Indies.” neon u. Floon ot Bangor ana miss Helen Kirkpatrick ot Caribou were married in St. John’s Episcopal church in Bangor Friday, by Rev. J. E. Hand. The couple was attended by the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh R. Kirkpatrick of Cari bou. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Asa C. Flood ot Ellsworth Falls, and is a travelling salesman for T. R. Savage Co. Mrs. Flood has been employed in the auditor’s department of the B. & A. R. R. Co. in Bangor. After a wedding trip to Boston and New' York, they will be at home at 141 Ohio street, Bangor. Rev. Charles W. Collins, for mer chancellor of the Roman Cath olic diocese of Portland,who died Sunday in Boston, was a native of Ellsworth. He was secretary to Car dinal O’Connell when the latter was Bishop of Portland, and accompanied him as secretary of legation on the Papal mission to Japan in 1906. At that time Father Collins was decorat ed with the Order of the Rising Sun, and was subsequently appointed hon orary chamberlain to Pope Pius X. He was a writer of note in Catholic periodicals. He was fifty years of age. Hifc parents, still living in Massachusetts, moved to Bangor from Ellsworth when he was ten years old. John Scott, one of Ellsworth’s old est citizens and a veteran of the Civil war, died Monday night at his home on Birch avenue. Mr. Scott was born in Bangor January 14, 1841. In the Civil war he enlisted as a private in Co. A, New Hamp shire heavy artillery, at Concord, N. H. After the war he came to Ells worth, and for many years was em ployed In the Davis carriage factory, establishing a place for himself in the community as an industrious and worthy citizen. He was a member of Wm. H. H Rice post, G. A. R. He leaves a widow, four sons, John A. of Machias, Walter of Webster, Mass., Edward of Portland and Fred C. of Ellsworth, two daughters. Misses Annie and Mary Scott of Ells worth. and one brother, William Scott of Ellsworth. The funeral will be at the Catholic church to-morrow morning at 9. E : [ ■. i, : . I ■ ; The Art is Not in Making Money But in Saving it THE HANCOCK COUNTY SAVINGS BANK OF ELLSWORTH, MAINE i| HAS ALREADY PAID 95 SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDENDS The last dividend was at the rate of 4 per cent, com pounded semi-annually i C. C. BURRILL & SON —Established 1807 FIRE AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE representing some of the leading companies of this and foreign count le* Insurance of All Kinds Fire Insurance a specialty. Exercise care in select ing companies and see that the contract is correct* O. W. TAPLEY CO., Ellsworth, Maine. COMING EVENTS. Wednesday evening. Dec. 29, at Hancock hall. 8.30—Demonstration game of basketball, between Ells worth A. C. and Ellsworth A. A. Admission 20 cents; no seats re served. Thursday evening, Dec. 30, at Hancock hall. 8.30—Basketball; Ellsworth A. C. vs. Easterns of Brewer. Admission, including war tax, 35 cents; reserved seats, 55. cents, on sale at Tumble Inn. Wednesday evening, Dec. 29, at the Unitarian vestry—Illustrated! lecture. “Plymouth Pilgrims,’’ by Rev. G. T. Jones, under auspices of Unity club. Admission, 10 and 2ft cents. __ Running on one Cylinder How long would you run your car oa one cylinder? Frequently patients come to me who have been getting little if any use from one eye. thus throwing undue strain upon the other. If you are wise, you will have your eyes and your children’s eyes examined once a year, at a cost of $1. You are not obliged to buy glasses now—yoa may not need them—-but don’t neglect precautions. Edward H. Baker ELLSWORTH Graduate Optometrist and RcfMtmlI Eye Specialist. Office Over Moore’s Drag inrt 64 Court street (Bridge Hill'. Telephone connection. Evening 7.30 Saturday Matinee 2.30 DIRIGO -THEATRE Prices: 15c and 25c TO-NIGHT, DECEMBER 21* Jack London’s “The Star Rover.” Critics have pronounced it an exceptional picture. Jungle Gentleman Comedy. News ffft'RSDAY, DECEMBER 30 Selznick presents Eugene O’Brien in “Broadway and Home.” A story of the sea, and of a Maine lad who found Broadway a “Bubble in a Glass,” and home the true Gibraltar. Comedy. Weekly. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31 First National presents “Temperamental Wife” together with a smashing comedy and First National W'eekly as itsfirst Ellsworth otter. (See advertisement page 8.) SATURDAY, JANUARY 1.. .New Year Bill. Afternoon at 2.30; Evening at 7.30. Fox presents George Walsh in “From Now On.” A storyr of sensational incident and absorbing plot. "Her Naughty Wink,” Sunshine comedy. News. MONDAY, JANUARY 3 An all-star cast presents Holman F. Day’s great story, “The Red Lane.” Good comedy. American News. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4 First National day, presenting a stirring feature, “The Beau ty Market." “Taming the West,” a First National comedy, and First National weekly. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5 Metro presents INA CLAIR in David Belasco’s "Polly With a Past.” American comedy. News.