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ELLSWORTH STORES ARE FULL OF BARGAINS
i . —— ....... ■ ■■ ..... ?— . 'i lir',T —— '■ ’■ ' i— ■ .. . 11 ... f g \ Caaae in and Look I »L 147 Main Street Around Whether Yau Buy or Not “Quality FiTSt’ Phone 250 0^ 0 0 p^ NyT FOR A REAL MERRY CHRISTMAS You must have food things to eat. We have everything that you will need in groceries and confectionery i »:i,t in i iu it citron i n it: raisins olivks i'oitino corn it iii ci ci: iNiii:i:iiii s rhki/s niw ki«s itcklks mints \ m.i t wil l s vhnckmkat ni ts im.i m i*t kihni.s a We shall have 50 PLUM PUDDINGS FOR CHRISTMAS and would like to have your order now as part of tfaeen are already sold. They vare the same kind as we had last year. We shall also have some verv nice OHIGKENS AND FOWL for which we are now taking orders to be delivered the day before Christmas. It will pay yen to look over our i^sortment of candy before buying elsewhere. We have the largest stack we have ever had and believe it is the most complete in Ellsworth. Best-of-All Chocolates and all kiads of hard candies. ALL KINDS OF THE BEST GRADES OF CANNED FOODS VB'IV-E CAIRN |*| 4CHKK LIMA IIKANS lll.KTS LfK.A N RKRRIKS 1 fi. * COBS CHKBKIKS STRAWTIKHKIKS \SI\ Tll*s APRICOTS |»'iwx«;i.caa as an-. m.i kbkkkik* i*kars s»/i \sii ms TOtUBIGN l»K4S KKCIT SA LAI> I't MI’KIN RlllltARR MimniUUI St CCOT ASH I’Rl NKS IIORTK l LTI RAL 111H NS jlti ■<a** We Wish You All a Very Merry Christmas *irr~TniTT nr - bii.... vBwffg$resB3aar.maBiaMa«aB»^^ ® 1 oy land Official Headquarters for Santa Glaus YOU will find gifts for everybody at Gifts in Ladies Toyland. Santa Claus has made SILK HOSIERY this store his headquarters and brought fine quality silk <■ his choicest gifts to us. it will make Macl,#TdooPPa*,de‘ shopping quicker and easier if yon SILK and lisle, > fine c. medium weight hose, black come here rirst. *>and popular shade* 39c. Our Large Display of China and Glassware Contains Many Appropriate Gifts iniMKimiimiiHand Painted Berry or Cake Sets $3.5# Toyiantl Contains the Hand Painted Chocolate Sets 4.0* Largest ant! Best Show- Fine Crystal Class P»erry Sets, Specially ing if Holiday Gifts Priced at 49c set | We [/8r Had China Salad Bowls at 29c, 39c aid 50c i i iih»imiiiiii.hi— in-nun wur Cut Glass Sherbet Glasses 29c each $3.45 d»z Mochanii'Jil Trstitis with Track 79^ 1.00 1.29 2.25 ami 2.98 A Womlcrfti liitic of Dolls from 25^ $7,98 (James of All Kinds 10^ 1(‘ $1.00 Only a Few of Many Fine Gifts Are Listed Here ^ if you are unable to call ami look over our ary. -isplay t of Holiday >«.<!*. sand foi an illustrated catalogue of TOYLAND j Stratton’s Variety Store t ELLSWORTH, MAINE ' ( 1* J. P. Eldridge Co., Inc. Telephone 2-3 . • .- I , . • . I !.■■»[ I'.*.. -.. ....— — — Keeping Farm Accounts, What farmers are doing through keeping and analyzing their farm ac counts under ,he direction of agri cultural extension workers is illus trated by an Iowa farmer who, ac cording to reports to the Unified fHates Department of Agriculture, has been aide to obtain an appreci ably larger return for his labor i through changes that a better under standing of the at ran x and wank points in his fara-iing system sug gested. This fai nter ha* kept account ■ over two years. He found at the end of the first year that crops which he fed to livestock brought hint more money than when sold out right, and that his methods of handling his hogs were efficient. His figures showed hint, however, that his cows were poor, averaging only $84 per cow for dairy products. Comparing his f ; : Do Your I CHRISTMAS l I SHOPPING | 1At X I 1 i H. C. JORDAN’S [ JEWELER : Ellsworth, Maine • Suitable Gifts • for All the ! Family ; .* . . ■■ . txtr, figurer with those of otln ■: farm' in tlU' state, he also found I ;->• ntinnier of acres eultivated pot- man on his t;a in. as well as the number of acrvs. per horse, were below average. Acting on the information, his ac count 'lip.uk gave him. this farmer rented it ore land and replanned his twelve small irregular fields, making them into nine Helds of better pro portion, so that the crop area per man was increased twenty-six acres and the area per horse increased three acre s He so 14. two semis nows and bought three cows of good dairy records When he figured his ac counts for the second year and com pared the two years lie found that (lie income front the farm, aftei pay ing all expenses and interest on the amount of money invested, had been increased over **>50. -o-, The Kllsworth American J2 00 a year. _ A. J. Patten / All Leather for the Entire Family At Lowest Prices Cor. Main and Hancock Sis. ELLSWORTH. MAINE TRIANGLE Brand Shoes . “They Last Longer” % ■■■■■nil m uni iriiniBiMiwwiiaiiwTffwinmiMirinBi i i . Where to Buy I hey Make Fine Xmas Presents Silk Skirt. Silk Moi* Natktias Mata and Cap* Svtaaters Wool Vasts AND OCCAM or OIHFIS -- - - -i I he Home of Kuppenhwimer Good Clothes Select His Present From Here . A Silver Belt Buckle A Paii of fuff 1 inks A 1 - r of Gloves A Pit * of Wool Hose OR BF.UER STILL t < - ■ t and 1< k over • ■ , our Pretty Xmas Goods, ‘'con j in Fancy Christmas Boxes I | Come Early—Get First Pick | . _ . v - ., -... . -. i niiiK i'u t i t n—l wjr. ft I —Eat Hancock County— | CREAMERY BUTTER 1: __ Made by the Hancock County Cooperative Creamery ; Elbwortk, Maine As Good as the Best; Better than Most j ; When you buy Hancock County Co-operative Creamery | ; Butter, you are keeping at borne money that would other ♦ ; wise go out of the county. You are fostering an industry ♦ i ; and helping the community—which is YOCK community ♦ ; You benefit by this—we all benefit—and you are assured ♦ l of butter that is always good, always reliable. t i ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT ♦ Hancock County Cooperative Creamery | I SI As Ml <11 ('A ft 14 IV SELECTING A I'll HIST MAS IMIESEVT As IN IM'YING A Kl IT OV CLOTHES. Start Him on the Right Road Let Us Explain How > •lust, con to in the bank and make the first, payment oh one of our classes of Christ mas ( Mubs for the one to whom you would like to give. Then, on Christmas morning, I give him the Christmas Club book with his first payment all made. As he makes the payment every week for the rest of the year he is hound to think of the giver—and next year at Christinas time he will have his Christmas money without realizing | that lie saved it. | JOIN MORE THAN ONE CLASS IF YOU LIKE You Can Start by Mail if You Can’t Call.Do It Now! .V>( WEEKLY. VOI IIK< K1VK<< HK< K NEXT VEAlt I Oil .$2.12.1 CLASSES *' WEEKLY. VOI UECEIVE CHECK NEXT YEAH I'Oli $10.Ill WEEKLY. Kll HECEIYE CHECK NEXT YE.VIt EOK $101.00 •T> WEEKLY. VOI' HECEIYE CHECK .NEXT YEAH I'Olt #2.12..10 C eme in anil talk this matter over Liberty National Bank of Ellsworth, Maine WAKE NEXT CHHISTM AS—102.1—A HEAL “MEHKY CHHISTM AH" —. « ■■■ .