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6.30 to 8.30 p.m.




2 i Years ol Stead) 6toh

FROM THE YOUNGEST
TO !HK STRONGEST

1891
TOTAL ASSETS

$l(Hi()(iii

1916
TOTAL ASSETS
OVER $5,000,000

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GAS



( COOKING
for LIGHTING
| HEATING

NO DUST NO ASHES. NO WASTE

Gloucester Gas li(jlii Go.



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Gloucester National Bank

llilisliril I ".
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $100,000.

I In 1 c< anpleteness «'t' the sen ice rend<
tlii- liank, tin' absolute protection of nil Funds
deposited in its eust< "l\ , and tin md

general » ■ 1 1 i < i < 1 1 « - \ of its officers and einplovi
arc rcsponsil>lc For tin* increasing popularity
of tins I nsl inn ion.

We invite y< >u to I »ec< mic one > '1 our inanv
sal isfiei I depi »-ii< as.

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J. A. STODDART, Proprietor Established 1876

A. P. STODDART & CO.
Engineers and Machinists

Builders of Evaporating Glut- Coils and Agitator!

Vessel and Yacht * I '■ ] '•

Sloop Kntfines ' rgo \\ •

Kisli Kilicrinji Maclni

Agents for Gasoline Marine I mimes Steam and fascine I Mm k. pairing

Shafting, II
236 MAIN STREET GLOW EST1 R M



FRED. A. SHACKELFORD

REAL ESTATE

CAPE ANN SAVINGS BANK BUILDING
GLOUCESTER MASSACHUSETTS

REPRESENTING

ESTATE OF MARIA L PHILLIPS

STONE HAVEN ROCKPORT

OCEAN VIEW PIGEON COVE

SUMMER PROPERTIES



Refreshing, Cleansing

Invigorating



Use Barker's

l»i'iitr mo u til

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l>r itflit







JEREMIAH FOSTER

JEWELER OPTICIAN

NAUTICAL GOODS

150 MAIN STREET

GLOUCESTER. MASS.




W. D. Corliss & Co.

GLOUCESTER, MASS.

FORESTERS

Moth Work and Spraying
a Specialty

Largest, Most Modern Equipment
for Private Work on North Shore

PERSONAL ATTENTION

W. D. Corliss & Co.



When You Need a Little Pleasure

and G( m »«1 I



Visit tin-



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. . . Belmont . . .
Bowling Alleys



FRED S I UFKIN, Pi



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INSURANCE

SEE ME!













ioil\ \ IOHNSON
At Gloucestci N.itmn.il Rank Building






GRIFFIN & CO.






DEALERS IN



COAL



WOOD



50 COMMERCIAL STREET
GLOUCESTER. MASS.






WILLARD N GRIFFIN
FRANK D GRIFFIN




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JhTiUTtck Kemtolb©






■J Hi ."> M . i i 1 1 Si. Gloucester

HOTEL SAVOY

and
King's Palm Garden

( )i; * i.ilti- a

Broiled 1 i\ e I • . ( hi ken Dinni

ks, ( hops, Salads

Visit THE NEW Dutch Room

I I KING. Pr<
A B I RAZIEI






North Shore Dresses

/A

R0> \l MFG. CO 6 1 lm Si



Hawthorne Inn

EAST GLOUCESTER




Finest Location on the \ [arbor Side




Modern home furnishing
M ials and -t.\ l< - w ere m

A 1 1" I ilii-
American I '■ pie, and indieat<
have in making t heir lioim

For \\ inter and summer homes we
prep.ared t" furnish w hal \ ou w unl \
< lloueester people, and manj |" ople w I
( Moueester in i he -nun.
\ Manton Pattil ■> S a 1 I

Avenue in (il< iuc<

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GLOUCESTER, M VSS \( H



GORTON'S

CODFISH

'NO BONES"



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■ •f ;||| tin- (*2lt\ the pubiU but la univeraell) acknowledged b)

the profeaaton. rhe beat moving picturea made ire ihown \t each pt-rfi

three flrat claaa vaudville acta and on Fridaya then is Bargain Da) when font vaud*

\ ill.- acta are Riven I he patron igi ..t th.- houae Im lud< iGlouceetei >nd throughout

i he Cape, and In the warm aeaaon when the clt j la filled with aummei vtaiioratfu

is alwaya filled i" lull i apat i • s Patron* it iii/. the high . h ■> •• u i ol ih< r* rfon

.mil not in Lynn. Salem oi even Boaton can > bettei ahou ••■ "• " " i hlghci

price. rhe manager of the Glouceetet hc/uaeleMi i P Uln ca l d «ii"

i ins , it n . ll«- i r.is been In i barge '"' ovei 'in. . ^ • ira and baa bad »>

of the moving picture and enow buaineaa Mis pereonalit) ma) bt < ■ ^ • ■ > m • ■■ ituabh

.iss.t. aa he ia practh til) well and favorabl) known to everybod) Gtooo

itulated is regarda the Otympta Hi Wording » It doe* high claaa aad

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NEW TAFT HOTEL

First Class in Every Respect



I 1. 1 1 ]>]ci it and Recrulai



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Ladies Cafe am 1 Cji ill K-



ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY AND UP



86 I ! Main St.



C ilouo stei . Mass.



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Online LibraryFrederick Washington TibbetsThe story of Gloucester, Massachusetts, permanently settled 1623; an address (Volume 2) → online text (page 3 of 3)