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I Liberty National Bank I
OF ELLSWORTH
Announcement
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In place of our regular serial article “Banking ,
i, For The People” in this week’s issue—Page 2—
_ we take the seasonal opportunity to wish our
friends and customers a happy-and prosperous
N ew Year.
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Look For You may still join our 1925 Christmas Club. Four
'i he siko c!asses 0f memberships paying 50c., $1.00,
$2.00 or $5.00, weekly payments.
Thorsen Farm Products Co.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Stanzaione Coffee, . . 45c lb
Santa Clara Prunes, 2 ibs . . 25c
Cans Cranberry Sauce, . . 25c can
Sweet Florida Oranges, . . 45c doz
Grape Fruit, 3 for . . 25c
Carnation Milk, . . 11c, 6 for 65c
Fresh Eggs from farm, . . 65c doz
» Cooking F’igs, . . , . 20c doz
Thorsen Farms Products Co.
Orders Delivered Free Tel. 80
Manufacturers of 1
* Thcrsen’s Ice Cream—at wholesale
It’s a year-’round assortment of entertainment.
And we’ll show you the right radio for your
purse
V i
ONE TUBE SET
Complete $22.50
ATWATER KENT
Model 20
g ves complete satisfaction
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Frai'klin Street Garage Inc.
Used Cars For Sale
Bargrins in
1920 Buick
K>21 Special Studebaker Sedan
1925 Ford Sedan
ID. E. LINNEHAN
Water St. Tel. 117; House 230
“The Quality Store”- |
Start the New Year 1
Buy at Heme and save money
See our window for a bargain in a Creatone Cov
ered Day Bed 8
Price $20.00
HARRY C. AUSTIN & CO. B
\&TE deliver anywhere in Hancock County
* * on any order of $20.00 or more
--Ellsworth, Maine- jj
Anderson's Inn
Cor. Church^and School Sts.
STEAM HEAT
HOT AND COED WATER
HOME COOKING
Newly Furnished Throughout
Excellent Accommodations
Good ServUe
Garage Connected i
i
Do You Know???
How shoes ore repaired by
the same machines that
make them?
Come iti with your Old Ones and 1
watch our process; see the won
derful Goodyear machinery in
operation. Call and inspect our
Shop and realize the difference in
old and new methods.
Hancock Co. Shoe Hospital
LOCAL AFFAIRS
SCHEDULE OE MAILS.
Ellsworth I’os to 111 ('(*.
MAILS RECEIVED
Week Days.
From West—6.17 a. m.; 4.31 p. m.
Front East—11.11 a. ro.; 6.27 p. m.
MAILS CLOSE AT POSTOFFICE
Week Days.
Going West—10.-10 a. m.; 5.50 p. in.
Going East—6.15 a. in.'; 4.00 p. m.
Registered mail should be at post
oflloe liatf an hour before mail closes.
WEATHER l\ ELLSWORTH.
For Week liming at Midnight Tuesday
Ileeeniher ;10. 11124
Station of the Bar Harbor & Union
River Power Co. in Ellsworth. Pre
eipitation is given In inches for the
twenty-four hours ending at mid
night.
Weather Preetp
Temperature conditions Ration
4 a m 12 m forenoon afternoon
Wed 18- 29— snow snow,cloudy .46
Thur 24— 25— cloudy cloudy
Kri 0— 21— fair fair
Sat 20 - 33— fair fair
Sun —4 5— fair clear
Vlou -2 18— fair fair
Tut-s 11— 26— cloudy fair
r Mass Margaret Monaghan of Houl
ton is at home for the holidays.
Tlie Thursday club will meet to
morrow afternoon as usual at 2.30.
y' Charles Coggins of Houghton is
' :iiin , his brother, William Cog
gins.
^Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lynch have.
i.‘turned from Bar Harbor for the
winter.
r Gardiner Norton of Bar Harbor is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Sawyer.
y Miss Calista Harnor lias gone to
Springfield, Mass., for a visit with
relatives.
y Harvey Pickett was at home from
Boston, where lie is employed, for
Christmas.
y Miss Frances B. Doyle spent Christ
inas in Augusta with her sister. Mrs.
Daniel J. Cony.
Irene chapter, 0. E. S.. will hold
its annual meeting Friday evening.
Supper at 6.30.
/ George H. Gould of Portland spent
Christmas with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. Henry Gould,
r Miss Carrie Harrington and John
E. Doyle were at home from Mllli
nocket for Christmas.
J Perley E. Priest, newly-appointed
deputy sheriff and turnkey, has
closed his store on Main street.
There will be a New Year’s dance
at Odd Fellows hall this evening.
Dancing from S.30 to 1 o'clock.
The young people of the Methodist
church will hold a New Year social
in. the vestry next Friday evening.
r Miss Thelma Fullerton was at
home from Gorham. N. II.. where she
is teaching, for the Christmas recess.
✓ Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Hall spent
Christmas and the week-end with
their daughter, Mrs. William
Sturgis, in Portland.
/ Miss Isabel Falvy, who is taking
a training course for nurses at the
Emerson hospital, Boston, is at home
for a short vacation.
f Mrs. Rubie McGown Dorr, of the
Portlnd Savings Bank, Portland,
spent Christmas day with her
brother, M. Y. McGown.
The report that P. H. Bresnahan
hasi leased the upper floor o£ the ‘
Adams and Robinson building on |
Main street is unfounded.
'Mrs. Mattie Grant Ingalls of New I
York, who has been visiting her
brother, George Grant, for the past
month, has returned home.
Thi> woman’s club will meet Tues
day, .Km. 6, with Mrs. H. W. Haynes.
C. O. Turner, superintendent of
schools, will address the club.
' Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Parker,
who have been visiting Mrs. Parker's
mother. Mrs. Irving Salisbury, re
turned to their ‘1101116 in Hartland
Monday.
►'Mrs. Vandora Pray left yesterday
to spend the remainder of the win
ter with her daughter, Mrs. Philip
O'Brien, in Lawrence, Mass. Mr.
O’Brien, who has been in tlie hospital
for some time, has returned to his
home, but his health is not greatly
improved.
I/ Elsid G. Matt or of Bates college j
is tiie guest of Miss Barbara Turner
at t lie home of her parents, Supt.
and Mrs. C. O. Turner, over the
holidays.
The fourth quarterly conference
was held last night at the vestry of I
tiie Methodist church. Rev. Thomas
Whiteside, speaking. Refreshments
were served.
Rev. George S. Brookes will preach
next Sunday morning at the Con
gregational church. New members j
will be received, several baptized, I
and communion celebrated.
The Woman’s Alliance of file Uni
tarian church will meet with Mrs. E.
E. Rowe Wednesday evening of next
week. .Miss Helene Bellntty will
speak on her work in the South.
Special union services will be lie 1 <1
next week Tuesday. Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday evenings, in
observance of the "Week of Prayer."
Places of meeting, will lie announced
from pulpits Sunday.
H. Styles Bridges of Concord, N. H.,
was in Ellsworth last Wednesday,
leaving in tiie evening, accompanied
by his little son. to spend Christmas
with his mother in Washington
county, returning home this week.
The Baptist church will hold its
annual business meeting, receive re
ports and clipose officers, Thursday
evening, following tiie regular prayer
service. For this reason the prayer
meeting will begin at 7 o’clock in
stead of 7.30 as usual.
Frank L. Barnes, of tiie United
Shoe Machinery Corporation, spent
the week-end in Ellsworth, tiie guest
of Mrs. Neve 11s and Miss Hazel
Nevells. He left for Manchester, N.
H.. where lie will he located in the
office of the corporation.
Shortly before Christmas, Shapiro’s
Sample Shop sold a blouse to an out
of-town customer whose name they
do not know. The blouse was evi
dently lost on the way home, and the
finder lias reported the same to Mr.
Shapiro. The owner of the blouse
may secure it by communicating with
the store.
Sc -idet Dana I’. McGown, U. S.
military academy, West Point, N. Y.,
is spending Christmas leave with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. McGown.
Christmas leave is granted cadets of
the three upper classes only on con
dition that they attain a certain mark
(Continued on page 8)
To the Public
I have closed my store on
Main street, and all persons
wishing to see me on busi
ness will find me at the of
fice of the Sheriff, or tele
i phone 21-4; res. 218-13
PERLEY E. PRIEST
f Her Skating
| Pins Tree, Ellsworth |
Wednesday and
I Saturday Mights i
ij Saturday Afternoons |
20 HAIRNETS $1.00
White and Grey, 15 for $2.00 j
single or double tnesh, cap or fringe
real, human hair.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded
DELIVERED FREE
MRS. LUTHER S. PHILLIPS
Route 3, Ellsworth, Me.
OLD SHOES
Repaired by the Goodyear Welt
System---the best and quickest. ;
Send them by mail, we pay re- :
turn charges.
Ellsworth Shoe Repair Go. {
LEON TILDEN, Mgr. \ j;y <!
Whiting Block Annex *
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.. 11,111 1,11 "■ 1 H"llll-,il
| NEW YEAR’S
1 DANCE
I To-Night
i 8 8.30 to 1 o’clock
I Odd Fellows Hall
| FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN ! ! !
in excellent condition
B. S. STEVENS, 14 Hancock St., Ellsworth
L. E. TREADWELL,
agent for
International Harvester Co.
Tel. 202-5 70 Oak St., Ellsworth
1 have on hand a large stock of
Cream Separators, all sizes, new and
S'cond-hand. In order to close out
some of them right away, I will sell
for $ln off the regular price.
I have two B. B. Churns, one Butter j
Worker, one Feed Grinder, one Horse
sltoer’s Calking Vise, one Singer Sew
ing Machine just as good as new, two
Feather Beds, one Typewriter.
All To He Sold At a Uargaiii.
Orders taken for Machinery, Trac
tors. Trucks and Engines.
I have a 1924 Red Baby I. II. C.
Truck, just as good as new, for sale at
a bargain. Call and see it and get my
prices.
JOHN J. DUFFY
Custom Tailor
I'KIKUS BLOCK, KM.S W OK A ll
Telephone, 7-8.
Complete I/ne of Fall Samples.
Call ami see them.
Itepeiring and cleansing of all ki/i■
1IARI> AM) SOFT
STOVE WOOD
1*1! It MS DHMVEI1ED
111-Ineli Hardwood, Cord $11.00 |
10-inch Softwood, Cord $12.00
HILLCREST FARM, East Surry, Me.
Tel. 154-34
At Home, \ooiin and Evening*
BBT" 11 ffi = -assn
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“ 1925 Xmas Club Accounts : ^
The inevitable expense of Christmas shopping
generally is a strain on the family budgets for De
cember and January. *
I tut it shouldn't be! The comfortable and satis- y
factory way to care for the Christmas budget is to
distribute the expense throughout the year. Our
J: Christmas Club Plan makes it easy.
: Now is (he time to come in and arrange for
next year's Christmas budget on a systematic week
ly basis. 1025 Christmas Club accounts may be !;j
started at any time now up to the iirst of the year.
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Member Federal Reserve System
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I UnionTrustCompany : ■
of EllsworthMaine
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Ke ep at .safe
from financial
lass with a Fire
Insurance policy
in
Sc THE HOME&k'ESSNEWYORK.
p? represented by
J0Home ^^urr^ & s°n
EsUi866d in i*-"’ ’ Fire and Auto Insurance
Representing some of the leading companies of this and
foreign countries
UJ What Do You Do
3 With Oily Rags?
Spontaneous combustion stands fifth on the list
of fire hazards. Put all rubbish, waste paper and
Sfii cleaning rags in metal containers.
±±dl Constant carefulness, and insurance are the best
safeguards against loss by fire.
O . W. T a p 1 e y Co.
No Business Can be Operated Efficiently Without
the Aid of INSURANCE
I shall be glad to help you determine the most efficient and eco
nomical use of insurance in the protection of your business success
M. E. HOLMES, Agent, Ellsworth, Maine
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J. A. Thompson
110 MAIN STREET
Fire, Marine and Automobile Insurance
Representing--- The Equitable Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
»f Hartford, Conn.
Auto Repair Costs
are the night-mare of many car owners. In our
garAge we have hung the slogan, “A Square Deal
for All,” and we mean to live up to it. Try us out.
DYER’S service garage
M. A. DYER, Proprietor
Main Street, ELLSWORTH, Opp. Station
DODGE SERVICE STATION
Dodge Parts in Stock
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Where to Fat
Mmmmmmmammmmtmm
CAMPBELL’S
V/AFE
Cor. Main and
Hancock Sts.
Board and Room By
Day or Week
HOME AGAIN
In office every day until
further notice
EDWARD H. BAKER
ELLSWORTH
Grndunte Optonietrlat and Rrgtatered
Iflye Spoclallat.
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Office Over Moore's Drug Store
Rrsllcooe, tt I Court St. tBrldge H1U)
Telephone connection.
Now is the Time to Buy
An—
Edison Phonograph I
to help pass away the
long winter evenings.
SEE •
Perley E. Priest
Osgood Block, 160 Main St. |
Wood ar. d Potatoes
Prices Delivered:
4 ft. hardwood, cord $12 and $13
16 inch hardwood, cord $14 and $15
Potatoes, best quality No. 1
Green Mountains, bushel $1.00
L. H. PHILLIPS
Tel. 77-5 North Ellsworth
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