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Mrs. C. M. Nichols returned Sunday from s visit in Boston. Thursday was the warmest day in September —90 in the shade at noon. Tinker mackerel have been taking the hook in great shape the past week Mrs. Fannie Randlett of Pittsfield was in town Sunday calling on friends. Elder and Mrs. George Brock have returned from a visit in Northern Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Amos D. Carver arrived Satur day from New York for a week’s vacation. Miss Katherine M. Dow left Thursday to re sume her course at the University of Maine. Barge Rhan arrived Sept. 18th from Perth Amboy with 1,600 tons of coal to the P. C. & W. Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clement are spending the last of September at their cottage at Swan Lake. Irving Rich who had been employed at Dark Harbor for the summer, returned home last week. Miss Cherry Bullard of West Newton, Mass., is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Black on Main street. Eugene T. Savage closed his cottage for the season Tuesday and with his family returned to Bangor. E. Q. Warren of the Penobscot Bay Electric Light Co. of Bucksport was in town Friday on business. Barge W inconski arrived Sept. l“tn from Perth Amboy with 1,600 tons of coal to the P. C. & W. Co. Fred C. Kane arrived Thursday from Boston and is spending two weeks at his cottage, Waubessa, at Swan Lake. Dr. A. A. Jackson and family, who spent the summer in town, returned to their home in j Everett, Mass., Tuesday. Mrs. J. H. Duncan gave her Sunday school class a picnic dinner last Saturday on the western shore of the harbor. Steamer Meteor, Capt. Buranger, arrived 1 Sept. 19th from Newport News with 3,400 tons of coai to the P. C. & W. Co. Eugene T. Savage and Frank Hight of Ban- j gor were in town over Sunday with their fam- ! ilies, who are summering here. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. McGown and son Joseph of Worcester, Mass., were week-end visitors at their cottage at Pleasant Cove. Miss Annie Crothers, Miss Mabel Tario.Miss Ellen Rastrons and Mr. B.H.Larrabee of Dex ter are camping at Kidders Point for a week. Miss Sallie E. Dow left Monday after spend ing her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Cora E. Dow, to resume her studies at Smith's col lege. Frank Hight and family, who passed the summer at the J. B. Parse cottage on Norris street, returned to their home in Bangor Mon day. 1 Miss Lillias P. Nichols, who spent the sum mer with her grandmother, Mrs. L. L. Nichols, on Water street, left Tuesday for New York City. | Mr. and Mrs, Frank Fames and son, who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Loomis Fames, have returned to their home in Stoughton, Mass, James Murphy and Miss Dorothy Downes, who had been visitiDg Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kane, returned to their home in Brooklyn, N. r> Y.. last week. Lieut. Wilbur J. Carver of the U. S. armored cruiser Tennessee arrived home Thursday from Portsmouth, N. H., where the cruiser is un dergoing repairs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kane, who had been Stopping at the Kane farm on Swan Lake avenue, returned to their home in Brooklyn, N. Y., last week. M. F. Wentworth, who went to the Maine General Hospital, Portland, lor medical treat ment, was in a serious condition Monday and is not expected to recover. Thomas B. Brown of Ladder 3, Boston Fire Dept., and Mrs. Brown, who had spent two weeks at Waubessa cottage, Swan Lake, re turned to Boston Saturday. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church will hold , a food sale in the vestry tomorrow, Friday, at 2 p. m., and a sociable in the evening. Admis sion 10 cents; refreshments free. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Miss Frances Johnson who had spent two weeks at Mrs. A. T. Shute’s on Water street, returned to their home in Manchester, Ct., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. MacDougal, who had been at Mrs. A. T. Shute’s on Water street for the summer, left Thursday to visit friends in New York before returning to their home in Newton Center, Mass. Congregational Church Notes. At the Church and Parish meetings held Monday evening the resignation of the pastor, Rev. Charles McElhiney, was accepted. A commit tUno frnm -_i Butman and Mr. Duncan, was appointed to act ; in conjunction with a committee of three from ; the Parish, Capt. Amos Nichols Capt B. F. j Colcord, Capt. James Parse, to confer with Mr. McElhiney concerning the date upon which the resignation is to take effect; also to secure supplies for the vacant pulpit until a perman ent pastor is settled. It was voted to close the church after the first Sunday in October for the annual vacation period; service to be resumed the first Sunday in November. Sept. ' 18th twenty six children from the Juvenile de partment of the Sunday Bchool enjoyed a de lightful outing. No less than a half dozen times during the summer the day had been set for a picnic, only to dawn with dreary fog or heavy rain. With the bright days of the past week plans were renewed, and Saturday morn ing the bluest of skies greeted the opening eyes of the children, assuring them that, “this time the picnic was really going to be.” Moose Point shore was selected ior the camping ground ajid the journey made in a huge barrel rack. At twelve the usual bountiful lunch was enjoyed. Then came four perfect hours of play tin/e. The clear grove, field and rocky shore, suggested Settlers and Indians. Thus staged the game proved delightfully realistic and the air was rent with the whoops of Braves, 6hrieks of the captured and “bangs” of the small but valiant troops Peace was aeciared at four and the hay-cushioned rack boarded for the homeward ride. At five the waiting parents were gladdened by the safe arrival of their thoroughly happy, equally soiled young sters. How’s This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured be Hall’s Catarrh Cure. :F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMEERCE, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Drug gists. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD Notice Concerning Change in Milk Rates The Boston and Maine Railroad, subject to the approval of the public Authorities, plaus to revise its charges for transporting milk, Some points have rates onlv by passenger train service, others only by freight service, and some points by both. Where a freight rate exists, it is three-fourths ofjhe passenger train rate. There are also variations”in the rates at different points similarly situated. The result of all tin's is to give much lower rates from Maine and Northern New Harnp- ' shire than from Vermont on shipments to Boston. For example, Foxcroft, Maine, 256 miles from Boston, has a leased car freight rate of $37 a day, while a shv.iia* shipment from \ ergennes, Vermont, 213 miles from Boston, pays a passenger rate of $63.06 a day. The management of the Railroad believes the freight rate should he abolished, and that the passenger rates should be rearranged to give the same rate to localities similarly situated. With that end in view it has prepared a new tariff lowering rates in some cases, raising them in some others, and doing away with the freight rates in all. IN CONSIDERING THE NEW RATES REMEMBER 1. The new rates are lower than those charged by other railroads entering Boston, and lower than those into New York or any other large city which obtains its milk from a distance. 2. No carload rate to any point within 165 miles cf Boston is increased. Those between 75 and 150 miles are reduced to make the basis uniform. 3. The largest increase at any one point on the can rate to Boston, in baggage car service, is two cents for an eight and one-half quart can; less than a quarter of a cent a quart. 4. The longest journey of any leased car to-day is 234 miles. The largest increase to Boston on the leased car rate of the large shippers is less than one third of a cent a quart. This is for a distance of 300 miles. For shorter distances this increase is smaller. Cream retails at from three to six times the price of milk, this price being fixed on the amount of butter fat it contains. Cream is now carried at the milk rate. If it is damaged or spilled, the railroad must pay the owner the cream price. Because of this the new rate for cream has been made one and one-half times the milk rate. BGoTON AND MAINE RAILROAD. STOCKTON SPRINGS. The customary Wednesday evening band concert was given last week, followed by a dance in Denslow hall. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith recently be gan housekeeping on the second floor of the so-called Crooker house, Middle street. Mrs. Grace W. Britto returned Saturday from a visit in Camden, accompanied by friends, who at this writing, Monday, remain her guests. Mrs. Harry E. Verrill and little son of North port arrived early last week for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Moulton, Cross street. Mies Emma Hichborn came from Belfast last Saturday night for a brief visit with her sister, Mies Nellie Hichborn, West Main street. She returned early the present week. Mrs. Josiah L, Lancaster and Mrs. Charles A. Drake of Providence, R. I., arrived by Bos ton boat Sept. 14th to visit Mrs. Lancaster's parents, Capt. and Mrs. H. M. Griffin, Middle street. Last week gave us unseasonably hot weath er. Thursday, Friday and Saturday were mid-summer like in temperature, the mercury climbing on Thursday to 94 degrees in the shade on southern piazzas. Mr. Henry S. Moulton, Cross street, who has been confined to the bouse with a severe ill turn, due to a bad cold and over exertion in his frail condition, has sufficiently recovered to be again on our streets. Mrs. Eunice (Moulton) Chapman of Bucks port and sister Mrs. Nellie (Moulton) Sadler of Ellsworth, arrived last Friday to visit their sister, Maria (Moulton) Newton, and brother, Mr. Henry S. Moulton. Many changes are noticed by them in their native town. Mr. H. L. Hopkins, Church street, recently boueht a new automobile—“a Hudson six”— an up-io-uaie uai wim an ujuuuh ments—easy, flexible and very satisfactory in ail respects. This is Mr. Hopkins’ third ma chine, each being excellent of its kind. Mr. Charles A. Drake of Providence, R. I, arrived Sunday mornintr to join his wife for a brief visit at the home of Capt. and Mrs. Horace M. Griflin. They left Wednesday for home. Mr. Drake was one of the civil en gineers employed in town during the construe - tion of our railroad. Mr. and Mrs. WTilbur C. Magune, Middle street, returned Thursday from the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Ambrose A. Peterson of Vinal haven, which took place at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Magune of Thom aston. Sympathy is extended to them in this loss of their young sister. Mr. and Mrs, John McLaughlin and son Er nest McLaughlin, School street, with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hopkins and son, George Hopkins, Church street, as guests, motored to Unity to attend the fair Sept. 15tb in his new eight cylinder Cadillac, and all were delighted with the machine in every feature. Mr, and Mrs. Charlta Spiague, his aunt Mrs. Abbie Ramsay, and her mother. Mrs. Jane (Libbey) Avery, left Thursday for their home in Cambridge, Mass., after being the guests of Mrs. Rilla G. libbey and other rela tives and friends in town for the past fort night. Always welcome guests in Stockton, Mrs. Jennie (Morse) Bragg, West Main street, left Sept. 14th for BaDgor and the fol lowing day entered Paine hospital, (private) for a alight surgical operation by the eminent surgeon, Dr. Sanger. Her condition ia report ed as comfortable and her numerous friends in Stockton hope for continued “good news.” Dr, and Mrs. J. F. Ryder of Cambridge# Mass., left in their automobile Sunday morn* ing, accompanied by Mrs. Albert C. Colcord as far as Portland, where she will visit rela tives. The Dr. h88 been spending bis vacation with his wife, who bad spenft the past ten weeks at her summer home, the former resi dence of her parents, the late Capt. and Mrs. J. French Hichborn, East Main street. Mr. ana Mrs. ^naries Sprague ana aunt, Mrs. Abbie Ramsay of Cambridge, Mass., with Mr, and Mrs. John P. Griffin of Westboro, Mass., took the early morning boat for Brewer to spend the day with cousins, Capt. and Mrs, Oscar Ellis and Mr and Mrs. Henry Hardy. The day was fine, allowing Mrs. Ramsay an opportunity to view the beautiful scenery^ aiorg the Penobscot on her first trip up the river. The "Kiddie’s Opportunity,” Mr. Walter F. Trundy, proprietor of “The Fad,” corner of Main and Church streets, announces his ar rangement with Mr. Crockett, the manager of the moving pictures, whereby all children un der twelve years of age will be admitted free tv. a Saturday afternoon performance from 3 to 5 o’clock, Sept. 25th. "Hurrah for Mr. Trundy,” say the children, who are full of en thusiasm over his offer. The baked owl supper, given last week by the Ladies Aid society of the Universalist par ish in the Masonic banquet hall, proved a so cial and financial success, netting over $15 to the treasury. Menu cards in the form of owls, a large stuffed owl near the entrance, a paint ed owl in the rear of the hall, with edible baked owls, and the committee decorated with tiny owls upon gowns and hair, the idea of the baked owl supper was pleasurably carried out throughout the whole affair. From Cape Jellison piers the following ship ping report was telephoned Monday afternoon: Sept. 13th, steamer Millinocket sailed with a general cargo for New York. Sept. 15th, sch. M. E. Eldridge, sailed with lumber for Boston and R. and R. L. barge, light, for Rockland. Sept. 18th, steamer Millinocket arrived with a general cargo from New York. Sept. 17th barges Hampton and Greenland and sch’ John Peirce arrived, light, to load lumber, and schooners William Jones and Mary E. Morse sailed with lumber for New York, and barges P. N. Co. No. 9 and 10 and barge New castle with lumber for Boston. Sept. 18th, sch. Harriet Rogers, arrived, light, for shav ings and sch. Stony Brook, light, for lumber, Sept.l9th, sch. Harriet Rogers sailed with shav ings for Castine. Sept. 20th, sch. Robert Pet tis, arrived, light, for lumber. Obituary. Mrs, Katharine Panno Lambert, wife of the late Josiah G. Lambert, passed to the higher life Saturday night, Sept. 18th, after an illness of several years, due to a suc cession of slight apoplectic shocks. About three weeks ago she suffered another shock, gradually failing since, the end coming after a week of unconsciousness. An aged, respected citizen, a faithful wife, devoted mother, kind neighbor and a capable and industrious wo man, the last of her brothers and sisters and her own family, has joined her dear ones in the realm of heavenly peace. Sympathy is extended to her niece, Mrs. Fannie Panno Clifford, who has so tenderly ministered to her needs during her years of helpless invalidism. Mr. and Mrs. William Lambert of Bangor, the former a half brother of her husband and the executor of his will, have been with her, as sisting Mrs. Clifford in caring for the invalid during the past few weeks. The funeral took place Tuesday frim her late home, Rev. A. A. Blair, the Universalist pastor, officiating. Archie McLaughlin Not Guilty of Reck less Automobile Driving. The following from the Bangor Commercial is of local inter est and pleasing to Mr. McLaughlin s many I frianrlt! j Archie McLaughlin of Stcckton, who was arraigned before the municipal court Saturday morning on the charge of recklessly driving an automobile through the streets of Bangor, and failing to stop and make himself known after striking Miss Katherine Babcock, was dis charged. It appeared from the evidence in troduced that Mr. McLaughlin stopped when the child was stiuck and inquired as to her condition, and ample opportunity was given for the police to detain him, but no one said anything to him about remaining, and after a few moments he proceded on his way. A. L. Blanchard Esq, was attorney for Mr. Mc Laughlin, and the witnesses, who included Officer John Mahoney. J. Fred Sheehan, E. F. Emerson and Dr. Frank Meade, offered testi mony showing that McLaughlin stopped. The Babcock child was able to walk home, but is now cor fined to her bed. No evidence was in troduced showing that McLaughlin was driving recklessly. Miss Bernice Richards, who was with Miss Babcock, said that she saw the auto coming and tried to pull Miss Babcock back, but it was too late and she was struck by the mud guard. SANDYPOINT. The hottest weather of the season the past week. Fred Blanchard recently bought a Ford auto mobile. Mrs. Clara Erskine and daughter Flora have returned to Orono. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Partridge are here from Boston for their vacation, Mrs. Mary French is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ward, in Prospect. Mrs. Josephine Stowers left Monday for Boston for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. Westley Styles went to Derby, Vt., last Saturday for a few days. Rev. Harry Trust, a former pastor, has been here several days the past week. .William Weisman returned to Boston Sat urday after spending his vacation here. H. D. Black returned to his home in Ever ett, Mass., by train last Saturday after a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. George Manson and Miss Ad die Manson of Bangor spent Sunday at the Point. R. F. Springer of Lisbon Falls spent Sunday with his family, who have been summering here. Miss Agnes Hairiman left last week for Pittsfield to resume her studies at the M. C. Institute. Mrs. Fred Perkins and nephew, Harold McElman, returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives in Medford. Schools began here last weeK with the same teachers as last year: Mrs. Sarah Clifford, Grammar; Mrs. Estelle Crosby, Primary. _•y THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE Begins Its 47th Year With Nearly 1,200 Students. Orono, Me., Sept. 16. University of Maine opened today for its 47th year with over 4u0 new students and a total registration which will be above the 1200 mark. A fair amount of promising athletic material is said to be found among the new students. Two new heads of departments fill vacancies caused by resignation. William J. Jewett, professor of mechanical engineering's a graduate of Massa chusetts Institute of Technology. Roy F. Richardson, professor of education, is a grad uate of Kansas State Normal college and Clark university. Burnett O. McAnney, assistant professor of English, who will conduct the new courses in journalism, is a graduate of Dickinson School of Journalism at Columbia. SWANV1LLE. Hon. A. E. Nickerson is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Robbins of Augusta are guests of Mrs. Luella H. Nickerson. The L. A. S. will meet with Mrs. Flora Lit tlefield Thursday alternoon, Sept. 30th. William McKinley Damm left Monday for Hanover, N. H„ to enter Dartmouth College. Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Blair of Belfast were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Hartshorn Sept. 13th. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Patterson of Belfast spent last week at the Dickey cottage, just above Hotel Marden. Master Milton Nickerson stuck a nail in the hollow of his foot last Saturday and at this writing he is unable to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Nickerson have moved to Belfast, where they have employ ment, and have taken a house on Water street. Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Nickerson and son Clin ton returned to Portland Monday afternoon, after spending the summer at Maple Terrace. Miss Vinnie Nickerson returned Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Z. D, Hartshorn and daughter Martha went to Belfast Iasi Friday. Mr. H. has been re-elected Principal of the Grammar school. They will reside at 47 Congress street. Miss Alice Young arrived in town last week and left Tuesday for her home in Woodfords, accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Crockett. Their address is 102 Concord street, Wood fords, Maine. Friends of Miss Annie Nickerson will be pleased to learn that she is pleasantly situated at Kent's Hill and has entered on the senior year and expects to finish next June if good luck attends her. Dr. F. C. Small of Belfrst, Messrs. George Hart of Belfast and Harlan P. Rowe of Spring vale, returned Sunday morning from an auto trip through Maine, New Hampshire and Ver mont; going to the White Mountains and Bur lington, Vt., where Dr. Small attended Liedi cal school. They were gone eight days. By a unanimous vote at a business meeting held before the regular services last Sunday a Universalist church was organized by the pas tor, Rev, A. A. Blair, instead of a Union church. The following officers were elected: Moderator, A. T. Nickerson; clerk, W. E. Damm; treasurer, Mrs. W. E. Damm; deacons, E. A. Robertson and H. M. Chase. After the sermon there was a baptism and communion service, Twelve received the rite of baptism —seven ladies and five men—and two joined by letter. This will be the last afternoon ser vice, but it is hoped later to arrange for some Sunday evening services. Much credit is due the pastor for his untiring work here this sum mer and we extend our sincere thanks. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Briggs and son George and her sister, Mrs. Bert Willey of Portland, returned Tuesday evening, Sept. 14th, from a wonderful auto tr^p to Windsor, Nova Scotia. They were gone three weeks, were five days going and five days coming, a distance of 552 miles each way. They passed through 50 miles of forest with not a single house and climbed hills that were 80 per cent grade, two miles up and two miles down. The ladies walked up these hills and in the Londonderry mountains, N. S., they went over 8 miles of road that was solid rock, the ladies making this j ourney on foot. They visited many points of interest, one being the public garden at Hali fax which Mr. B. says is the most beautiful spot on earth. There the national coat-of arms is growing in flowers of every kind and color. Mrs. Willey returned home to Portland last Thursday. PROSPECT. Mrs. Lydia K. Reed is visiting relatives in Frankfort this week. Mrs. Mary French of Sandypoint is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ira Ward. Mrs. George C. Ward of Redstone, N. H., visited Mrs. W. S. Killman last week. u- a. uiaut ui t iauBiun is o|seuuuig y lew days with his sister, Mrs. W. S. Killman. We are glad to report Miss Sadie Partridge as gaining after an operation for appendicitis, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Cummings, Mrs. Fred T. Haley and James Brown motored to Bangor Sept. 15th and spent the day. Mrs. John Young of Winterport was in town the past week helping to care\for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Leslie Hawes. # Mrs. JohnJJennison (nee Addie Dockham) of Waltham, Mass., arrived on Friday’s boat for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Daniel Dockham. Rev. Harry Trust of Winthrop, Me,, who preached here last summer, called on old friends here last week and held a service at the schoolhou8e Sunday. Miss Harriet Haley returned home last week after having spent several months in Holden. She expects u> go to Searsport this week for an extended stay. The K, P’s. held a dance at their hall last Friday evening which was quite lar&rely attend ed. Bachelder’s orchestra provided music and ice cream and cake were served. There will be another dance the evening oft October 8th Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S C A S_T_0 R I A SBAKSMONT. George Plaiated of Malden, Maaa., ie the goeat of hia daughter, Mrs. Raymond Packard. The Ladies’ Aid met on the church lawn Sept. 16th with a good attendance. The afternoon waa passed very pleasantly. The literary contest between the single and married people in Victor Grange closed last week. The single people. Miss Helen Cobb, Captain, winning. They gave a fine entertain ment for the evening and among the many numbers of the program were a very interest ing essay on Victor Grange by J. Warren Skin ner, a well rendered piano trio by Misses Angie Paine, Helen and Mary Cobb, Miss Susie Han son gave a monologue in a very pleasing man ner. Mr. Allen Maddocks gave a declamation, thereby proving himself an artist in elocution, and Miss Helen Cobb displayed rare talent as a writer in an original story.' After the contest was closed Miss Millett, a visitor, gave the following original poem: My friends, you may think a wee bit strange How 1 came to be here in your grange. Having heard of this contest waging high I wanted to put a Anger in the pie, So i.shi rpened my pencil,also my wits. That I might defend some of these hits. Now I will tell you, right here on the spot, Of married people I think a whole lot. Hearing of their jokes on a single brother, Am just wond’ring to myself, whether, When this bravely fought contest is o’er. They’ll not respect us single ones more Because we’ve dodged the darts of cupid And are not sad or even stupid. But, in their troubles, assistance we lend. Their children we teach and oftentimes tend In sickness, bathe fevered brow, deal out pills For mumps, measles and all childhood ills; We go to their homes when the cupboard is bare To make biscuit ard cookies with great care. We sweep up the floor all neat and clean And dust till not a speck can be seen. Our single brothers have not been slow In their deeds of kindness, as you all know; The oak standing alone is stronger far Than those in the deeper forest are. It matters not whether married or single, If with love to God and man our heart’s atingle, Methinks when we reach the pearly gate At the close of life—at eventide late, Married or single, they will never ask, But, rather, how have you done the task That was given you on earth below. Have you helped sad hearts lighter to grow, Have you used your talent in the Master's name, Or, lived for self alone and worldly fame. Angie M. Millett, MORRILL. Josiah Paul was in town Sunday and Monday visiting relatives. George Rose and A B. Hatch have returned from visits to Philadelphia and New York. The Ladies’ Aid Society met last Thursday with Mrs. Ella Littlefield and her sister, Mrs. Ida Cross. Miss Esther Hunt went to Charleston last week to continue her studies at Higgins Clas sical Institute, Alva Patch and daughter of Kingman, Me., were in town last week making brief calls on his friends and relatives. Clarence Paul was operated upon at his home last week for a fistula abscess by Drs. Tapley and Pearson. He is doing well. Charles White, R. F, D. carrier on route 2, Morrill, and his wife, are spending his vaca tion visiting in Bangor and other places. SHIP NEWS. AMERICAN PORTS. New York, Sept 14. Ar, schs Marjorie A Spencer, Jacksonville; Frontenac, Tampa; Ed ward Smith, Norfolk; 16, ar, sch F C Pendle ton, Philadelphia for St John, N B; 18, eld sch Susan N Pickering, Port Reading for St John, N B; ar, sch W H Sumner, Savana-la-mar; 19, ar, sch Charles F Wyman, Bangor for Newar!:; Carrie A Bucknam, do; Hugh de Payens, New castle, N El; sld, sch Edward H Blake, Halifax, N S. Boston, Sept 16. Sld, schs Nelson Y McFar land, Bangor; Metinic, Rockland; 18, ar, sch Mary Brewer, Stockton; 20, ar, schs Lizzie D Small, Port Eaton, LI; James Slater, Windsor, N S; sld, sch Lizzie J Call, Bangor. Philadelphia, Sept 16. Cld, sch J Holmes, Birdsall, Bangor; 18, ar, stm L V Stoddard, Bangor; 20, ar, sch George E Klinck, Roberts harbor; sld, stms L V Stoddard, Bangor; cld, sch Susie H Davidson. Bath. Baltimore, Sept 15. Ar, sch Elisha Atkins, Port Tampa; 19f ar, sch Fannie Palmer, San Juan. Charleston, Sept 19 Sld, sch Wm E Litch field, New York. Jacksonville, Sept 17. Ar, sch Thelma, Bos ton. San Juan, P R, Sept 20. In port, sch Gover nor Powers for Turks Island and Boston (to sail 22d ) Port Reading, Sept 15. Cld, schs Lillian, Machias; Susan N Pickering, St. John. Gulfport, Miss, Sept 12. Sld, sch James W Paul, Jr, Rio Janeiro. , Bridgeport, Ct, Sept 14. Ar, sch Edwin R ' Kirk, Bangor. Newport News, Sept 15. Ar, sch Lucinda Sutton, Norfolk. Norfolk, Sept 14. Cld, sch Addison E Bul lard, Pernambuco; 15, ar, sch Gen E S Greeley, from sea in distress; 16, ar, stmr Matao, Sear port, and sld on return; 18, ar, sch Lyman M Law, Bangor; 20, sld, sch Lyman M Law, Ban gor. Bangor. Sept 15. Ar, schs Gilbert Stancliff, Provincetown; Itaska, Boston; 16, sld, stm L V Stoddard, Philadelphia; 17, ar, sch Eagle Wing, Norfolk; 18, sld, sch Itasca, Boston; 20, ar, schs Grace Davis, Baltimore; Wesley Abbott, Boston; 21, sld. sch Izetta, New York. Stockton, Sept 15. Sld, sch M E Eldridge, i > ._i_up. d i r'.. kt „ a n_l.i_i. if? ar, sch John Peirce, Portland; barges Hampton and Greenland, Boston, to load lumber; sld, schs Wm Jones, N Y; Mary E Morse, do; barges P N Co No 9; P N Co 10, do; Newcastle, do; 18, ar, stm Millinocket, New York; schs Stony Brook, Boston; Harriet Rogers, bay port; 19, sld, sch Harriet Rogers, Castine; 20. sld, stm Millinocket, Philadelphia and New York; sch Bessie Whiting, New York. Searsport, Sept 15. Sld, barge Oley, Phila delphia; 16, ar, barge Wicinisco, Philadelphia; 18, ar, stm Mohawk, Boston, and proceeded eastward; barge Cleona, Philadelphia; 19, ar, stm Meteor, Norfolk; barges Cleona, Philadel phia; Rahn, Elizabethport; sld, barge L V No 703, Vinalhaven. Portland, Sept 16. Sld, sch John Bossert. Jacksonville. FOREIGN PORTS. Liverpool, Sept 17. Ar sch Calumet, Rich ardson, Quebec, Buenos Ayres, Sept 15. Ar, sch Northland, Gulfport. Matanzas, Sept 15. Sld, stmr Seaonnet, Carter, New York. Halifax, N S, Sept 10. Ar, sch Tarratine, New York. Rio Janeiro, Sept 13. Ar, sch Augusta W Snow, Newport News; sld, schs Baker Palmer, Newport News; Edward H Cole, Barbados; 14, ar, sch Augustus H Babcock, Newport News; 20, sld, sch Augusta W Snow, New Haven. MARINE MISCELLANY. Norfolk, Va, Sept 15. Sch General E S Greeley, Small, Norfolk for Pernambuco, Aug 20, has returned to port in distress; vessel lost mainsail and dory and is leaking. Was caught in gale 200 miles northeast of Bermuda. Boston, Sept 18. The four-masted Bchooner Agnes Manning of Philadelphia, which ar rived here Tuesday from Philadelphia with a cargo of coal, has been sold for about $18,000 to Capt A Frankel of New York, and will be delivered to her new owner as soon as her cargo is unloaded. The Agnes Manning, built at Camden, N J, in 1892, has been en gaged almost exclusively in the coal-carrying trade to Eastern ports. Under the new own ership she will be placed in the off-shore trade. From here she will proceed to Philadelphia to load a cargo of case oil for Bordeaux, France. Lubec. Sept 17. The three-masted schooner Lanie Cobb went ashore on the outer end of West Quoddy head today during a dence fog and probably will be a total loss. She carried a cargo of coal for Calais, her home port. The schooner's bow and stern were caught upon the ledges and it seemed certain she would break in two at low tide. The schooner Lanie Cobb was built at Oakes's yard in Brewer in 1874 and her first captain was Capt Charles Cobb of Brewer. Henry Lord of Bangor was her managing owner until about 15 years ago, when she was sold to Jonesport parties. She was.of 243 tons gross and 300 tons net register. CLARION REPUTATION! I | THE HOME CLARION is Dasea upon ine complete approval of thousands of housekeepers who have used Clarions during the 5 last forty-one years. Grand daughters follow the advice of mothers and grand- j mothers and find a repeti tion of the same satisfactory service. You need this Clarion service. Consult the Clarion dealer today I wuuu & BlSriUr CO., Bangor, Me. Established I839 S W. A. HALL, Belfast, Maine. ■ WALDO STATION. The crops of hay and oats are at last gathered and the oats especially are in fine condition. The people in this vicinity are much inter ested in the repairing of the old church at at Evans’ Corner. Wallace Watt of New Hampshire, a Baptist Colporter for the State of Maine, has been stopping in this town and has spent much time, energy and perseverance in interesting the children in Sunday school work. Sunday, Sept. 19th, a Sunday school was organized with L. R. Hussey superintendent, Mrs. Ruth L Paul, assistant superintendent, Lawrence Simmons, treasurer,and Jennie Lev eiseller, secretary. Percy Macey of South ! China, a travelling Friend missionary, preach ed a very interesting sermon from the text “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from ! whence cometh my strength. My strength cometh from the Lord.” Mr. Watt started Tuesday morning for his home in New Hamp shire, en route for Ann Arbor, Michigan where he attends the State University. There was a large attendance at the Sunday services. Sept. 26th Willard Overlock of West Washing I ton, Maine, is to speak at the usual hour, 3 i o’clock p. ra. BELFAST PRICE CURRNET. Corrected Weekly for The Journal. PRODUCE MARKET PAID PRODUCER Apples,per Dbl.l.OOrZOOj Hay, 10 001 a41 “ dried, per lb., 7 Hides, 06 Beans, pea, 3 25a3 50 Lamb, PT Beans. Y. E., 3 75 Lamb Skins, 75 Butter, 28a30 Mutton, 8 Beef, sides, 8$al0 Oats, 32 lb., 42 Beet.forequarters, 8 Potatoes, 75 Barley, bu, 60 Round Hog, 10 Cheese, 24 Straw, 7.00 Chicken, 25 Turkey, 26a30 Calf Skins, 18 Tallow, 2 Duck. 20 Veal, 12al3 Eggs, 30 W'ool, unwashed, 3 Fowl, 16 Wood, hard, 5.00 Geese, 18 Wood, soft, 3.60 RETAIL PRICE. RETAIL MARKET. Beef, ( omed, 18 Lime, 1 10 Butter Salt, 14lb., 18a22 Oat Meal, 5 Corn, 97 Onions, 4 Cracked Corn, 94 Oil, kerosene, 12al3 Corn Meal. 94 Pollock, 7 Cheese, 22 Pork, 13 Cotton Seed, 180 Plaster, 1.13 Codfish, dry, 10 Rye Meal, 4 Cranberries, 8 Shorts, 1 55 Clover Seed, 19 Sugar, 7 Flour, 7 00a8 75 Salt, T. I., 40 H. G. Seed, 3 76 Sweet Potatoes, 5 Lard 13. Wheat Meal, BORN. Buck. In Belfast, Aug 11, to Mr and Mrs Jephtha Buck, a son. Lochran. In Belfast, Sept 8, to Mrs Ear! P Cochran, a daughter. Herrick. In Sandy point, Sept 16, to Mr and Mrs D A Herrick, a daughter, Lillian Roberta. Knight. In Belfast, Sept 18, to Mr and Mrs Henry E. Knight, a daughter, Merchant In Belfast, Sept 7, to Mr and Mrs Ernest S Merchant, a son. Pickering, In Deer Isle, Sept 5, to Mr and i Mrs George H Pickering. Robbins. In Bucksport, Sept 10, to Mr and j Mrs Melville H. Robbins, a daughter. Young. In Lincolnville, Sept 13, to Mr and Mrs Parker Young, a daughter. MARRIED. Benson-Wood. In Belfast, Sept 18, by Rev W F Stunevant, George E Benson and Mary B Wood, both of Belfast, Bowden-Curtis. In Belfast, Sept 1, by Rev Arthur A Blair, Leroy Lester Bowden and Miss Annie Treat Curtis, both of Belfast. Brown-Penney. In Pittsfield, Sept 13,# by Rev A E Wright, Melvin D Brown and Miss Gertrude M Penney, both of Pittsfield. Brown-Dyer. In North Haven. Sept 11, Elisha Brown of North Haven and Ava C Dyer of Vinalhaven. Codman-Porter In Bar Harbor, Sept 16, at St. Saviour’s Church, by Rev Albert Cecil Larned, Rt Rev Robert Codman, Bishop of Maine, and Margaretta Biddle, daughter of the late Lieut Colonel John Biddle Porter, Judge Advocate General Department, USA, and Elizabeth Rush Porter. Estes-Wentworth. In Freedom, Aug 25, bv Rev Mr Abbott, Freeman Estes of Rumford ! Falls and Miss Alice Wentworth of Freedom. Frye-Knight. In Rockland, Sept 9. at the Methodist parsonage, by Rev James H Gray, L Alphonso Frye and Martha A Knight, both of Camden. tor Harold-Parks. In Pittsfield, Sept 18 by Rev N R Pearson, James Harold, formerly of Camden, and Mrs. Emma Parks of Pittsfield. MlLLS-GlLES. In Pittsfield, Sept 18, by Rev N R Pearson, Ralph A Mills and Miss Minnie A. Giles, both of Burnham. Richardson-Ellingwood. In Bangor, Sept 16, by Rev Ashley A Smith, James Frederick Richardson of Brewer and Miss Mabel Claire i Ellingwood of Bangor. Stinson Hardy. In Rockland, Sept 6, by Rev E fc> Ufford, Horace C Stinson and Mrs. Frances O Hardy, both of Stonington. Whitney-Condon. In Bradford, Aug 28, by Rev G V Grattan, Charles M Whitney oi Brad ford and Miss Doris Condon ot Btooksville. died. I Allen. In Dark Harbor, Sept 15, Winfield j R Allen of Bangor, aged 36 years. Bowden. In East Bucksport, Sept 18, Sam j uel N Bowden, aged 82 years. Bridges. In Bucksport, Sept 10, John S Bridges, aged 69 years, 2 months and 21 days. Bradstreet. In Freedom, Sept 6, Fred K ! Bradstreet. aged 69 years. ! Copeland In South Warren, Sept 12, Betsey i A Copeland, aged 70 years, 1 month and 8 days. I i Glover In Rockland, Sept 8. Elvira S, widow j I of Thomas B Glover, a native of South Thomas- | j ton, aged 80 years, 6 months and 17 days. Herrick. In Portland, Sept 20, Frank E | Herrick, aged 45 years. Morse. In Cleveland, Ohio, Sept 14, Miss I Bernice S Morse, formerly of Bangor. Norton. In Islesboro, Sept 22, William P Norton of Medford, Mass,, aged 59 years and 8 months. Penney In Bangor, Sept 13. Ruth Hazel Penney of Bucksport, aged 23 years, 4 months and 16 days Pendleton. In Vinalhaven, Sept 14, El bridge A. Pendleton, aged 48 years. Roche In Castine, Sept 6, Mrs Ethel Kerby Roche, aged 27 years, 5 months and 21 days. POTE SCHOOL OF SPEECH and ARTISTIC EXPRESSION. Training for Platform and Stage. Deportment Public Speaking Voice Training Dramatic Art Physical Culture Bible Melody in Speech Shakespeare Beading Literature Dancing Parliamentary Law Special courses for members of Women’s Clubs, Societies, etc. Year begins October 5th. Send for booklet. Address ACHILLA C. POTTS, Principal. Oainshoro Building. Studio C, 295 Hunting i ton Ave., Boston, Mass. | 2w38 IPhone B B 21817J, PROBATE NOTICES WAl DOSS.—In Court of Probate.1,* , 7 i fast, on the 14th day of septein;.. y'alte. A, Cowan, administrator on tin • , ; James E. Spr gue, late of fraukfor 3 County, deceased, having presented i)u i final account of administration of said <■*- '• allowance. ; Ordered, That notice thereof be given weeks successively in The Republican • newspaper published in Belfast, in sa 1 that all persons Interested may attend bale Court, to be he In at Belfast, on tin of October next, and show cause, r nave,why the said account should not : James lihr\ A true copy. Attest: Arthur W. Leonard, p. 4 DMINISTRATRIX'S notice, i . , xl scriber hereby gives notice tl,a? been duty appointed admiuistiatiix ! tate of j Frank N. HOYLE, lateof Libem j in the County of Waldo, deceased, bonds as the law directs. All person* demands against the estate of said dr . desired to present the same for sett ail indebted thereto are requested t-> nieni immediately to Willis J. Cireelej ty, Me., mj authorized agent in tl. - Maine. aDDIE L. liny I Attleboro, Mass., Sept. 14. 1915. ! ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Tl j er hereby gives notice that lie ha appointed administrator of the estate r: | CHARLES A. HANSCOM, late of M. in the County of Waldo, deceased, an bonds as the law diiects. Ail per^n-s demands against the estate of said <li desired to present the same tor settun. all indebted thereto are requested to i ! ment immediately. WESLEY L. SCRI! ■! j Monroe Sept. 14, 1915. | 4 DMINlSTKATOR’S NOTICE. 1 -A scriber hereby gives notice that In . \ duly appointed administrator of the e>' 11ULDAH W 10(1 IN, lateof K in the County of Waldo, deceased, bonds as the law directs. All persons; I mauds against the estate o’ said decea*>ri sired to present the same for settlem. ? indebted thereto are requested to iaa ment immediately. RILEY W. Wli Knox, Me., Sept. 14, 1915. I \ DMIMSTRATKIX’S NOTICE. i | rl scriber hereby gives notice tli j been duly appointed administratrix , .j ? \ of ISRAELS. ADAMS, late of Doicite*le \ j deceased, and given bonds as the 'aw ! Ail persons having demands agau >! of said deceased are tie lieu t> pivsei.i \ for settlement, and ai! indebted them. j quested to make payment inimediateK | R. Dunton, my authorized agent m th | Maine. c \ RRH K. ..l>.\ j Dorchester. Mass., Sept, 14, lblf>. ? x LMIMSIRATOIC.S NOTICE. II f 4*1 er hereby gives mdice that I • ! ..s . j appointed administrator ot the estate i MAI Y J. 1 t’LNS ,le , f . \ in the Count) of \\ aldo,. deceased, • bonds as the law dneets. All per-,a demands against the estate <>t said u< - • • j desired to presen! the sam* for -,-:tut!i. \ all indebted thereto are rt quested t,« m i nieiii immediately JAM ES A G 1 ■ 1-. \< Belfast, Me., Sept. 14, 1915. \ JJX ECU TOR’S NOTICE. The-im-n : Ei by gives notiee that he ha- he,, pointed executor of the last will am: ’ of ; LILLIAN 1. KNOW1.TON, late • f 1 i ! in the County of Waldo, deceased. J having demands against ti e eMat- j ceased are desired to present the -:ii' ; tlenient. and all indebted t beret* , to make payment immediately. i A.nsoN Kn«>\ Freedom, Me., Sept. 14. 1915. J EXECUTORS’ NOTH E. The subset i y give lienee that ttiey love be, i pointed executors ot the last will ami of JAMES FATTEE, late of Belt; in the County of Waldo, deceased. Ah ; having demands against the estate j ceased are desired to present the same ment, and all indebted thereto are rt make payment immediately. f t LIFFORD J FA i : SUMNER C. FA 1 i ? Belfast, Me., Sept. 14. 1915. j I [EXECUTRIX’S NOTICE, lhe subset j by gives notice that she has hen pointed executrix of the last w ill and of ANDREW H. GORKI MKR, late of b in the County of w aldo. deceased, a having demands against the estate • ; ceased are desired to present the sam tlenient, and all indebted thereto are to make payment linineclately. - NANCYm LORE Searsport, Me., Sep:. 14, 1915. GUARDIAN’S No I ICE—Thesubs< by givts notice that stie has bet pointed guardian of MARCELLOS J. DOW of Bro* in the County ot Waldo, and given bn, law' directs. All persons having denial said MarcellusJ. o, w are desired to i same for settlement, and all mdebt* are requested to make payment mum GRACE DOW BACH I- 1 Brooks, Me., Sept. 14 1916. j DMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. Th j er hereby gives notice that he ... duly appointed administrator of the esta - HELEN W. CROSBY, late of Relfas j tn the County of Waldo, deceased, > j bonds as the law directs. All persons ; mauds against the estate of said dec- i desired to present the same for settle!! 1 all indebted thereto are requested to m meui —kobertf. dvnt. ) Belfast, Me., Sept, 14. 1916. Admin istrv roics notice. scriber hereby gives notice that h. duly appointed administrator of the ANN IF: L. VICKERY, late ot M in the County of Waldo, decease*!, bonds as the law directs. All peix'i demands against the estate of said desired to present the same for soil • all Indebted thereto are requested I" l! inent immediately. .JOHN F Y l< I' Morrill, Me., Sept. 14,1916, Notice of First Meeting of C ted it In the District Court of the United the District of Maine. In the matter of Fred I. 1 t t>an^. Walker, Bankrupt, To the Creditors of Fred I. Walker f ville, in the County of Waldo an*! *' aforesaid, a Bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the < of September, A.D. 1915, the said Fr. > er was duly adjudicated Bankrupt; the First Meeting of his Creditors wi. at the office of Dunton & Morse, Stvint Building, Belfast, Maine, on the F^t October, A. D. 1915, at ten o’clock in u • noon, at which time and pl«ce the sai«i tors may attend, prove their claims. <>p» Trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and such other business as may properly c- ' fore said meeting. JOHN R. MAS' Referee in Bankrupt Bangor, Maine, September 20, 191». 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