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Clifton Whittum made a business trip to
Augusta last week.
Capt. C. N. Meyers left Monday on a busi
ness trip to Ellsworth.
X H. N. Felker lost ia valuable cow Friday
from internal troubles.*
Daniel Constantine of Bangor was a busi
ness caller in town Friday.
Barge Herndon finished discharging coal at
the P. C. & W. Co. plant Friday.
Deputy Sheriff Frank Littlefield of Monroe
waB in town Monday on business.
Levi Trundy. who spent his vacation at
home, returned to Tufts College Monday.
Schooner Lizzie Lane, Capt. A. G. Closson,
has been hauled up in New York for the win
Clifton S. Richards of Bucksport was in
town last week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Sweetser.
John Littlefield and William H. Ames are
attending the Supreme Court in Belfast as
traverse jurors.
Peter Ward arrived Friday from Everett,
Mass., to attend the funeral of his mother,
Mrs. Ann Ward.
Mrs. John Ward and several other relatives
were in town Monday to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Ann Ward.
John McLaughlin has discontinued his auto
mobile service from Stockton and Searsport to
Belfast for the winter.
Mrs. Grace Wentworth and daughter Gert
rude returned last week fro/n a visit with
friends in Allston, Mass.
Steamer Meteor, Capt. Burranger, arrived
Tuesday from Newport News with 3,700 tons
ol coal to the P. C. & W. Co.
James Sculley, superintendent of the A- A.
Co. plant at Mack s Point, left Friday on a
business trip to W'eymouth, Mass.
■ -t-i.. e. .... .->f f»r>a 1 arriv*>H flt the
p, £. & w. Co. plant at Mack’s Point during
the year 1915, aggregating 263,000 tons.
A. E. Trunriy and son are now having a large
amount of logs hauled to their mill on Opee
chee stream to be manufactured into lumber.
Clifford N. Carver has been appointed pri
vate secretary to Col. E. M. House, Emissary
of President Wilson to the American Ambas
sadors in Europe.
Barge Waccamaw discharged a cargo of
fertilizer at the A. A. C. Co. plant at Mack s
Point Friday and is loading a cargo to return
to Weymouth to be remixed.
News was received Saturday that the will of
Mrs. Henrietta T. Nickels had been sustained
by the law court. It was an appeal from the
udge of probate of Waldo county.
Leroy D. Littlefield is havinga large amount
of stave wood hauled to his mill in Mechanic’s
Hollow and has several hundred cords of fire
wood cut in the woods ready for the market.
Capt. Alfred B. Pendleton made a misstep
ast week and fell the entire length of his front
6iairs, injuring his right shoulder quite severe
y. He was able to be down town Tuesday and
s improving.
The steamer Belfast of the Eastern Steam
ship Corporation is now on the winter sched
ule, leaving Searsport Mondays and Thursdays
for Boston and arriving Wednesdays and Sat
urdays from Boston.
The snow Saturday and Sunday has started
business on the boom in the wood and lumber
trade and also in other lines of business. One
trader in town bays he has been losing $100 per
week on account of the lack of snow to im
prove the sltodirg to get his business on the
Mrs. Ann, wid'-w of Peter Ward, died Dec.
firmities of ago She was born in Athonry
county, Gal way, Ireland, in 1827, came to Bel
fast when a young woman and worked in the j
household of the ate Oakes Angier until she
married Peter Ward of Searsport in the early :
fifties, and resided here until her death. Her j
husband, one of the best known ship carpen- j
ters of eearsport, died July 7, 1913. She j
eaves two sons, Michael Ward of Searsport i
and Peter Ward of Everett, Mass. Irj her de
clining years she was tenderly cared for by ;
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ward, with whom she
made her home duiing her long illness. The
funeral services were held Monday at her fate
home, Rev. Er. J. E. Kealey of Waterville of- !
ficiating. Interment was in the family lot in
the village cemetery. The bearers were Capt
John W. Sweetser, Capt W. M. Parse, J H.
Sullivan and A. M. Kane.
Necrology of Searsport, 1915.
Jan 4, Manley Foote.77
44 11, William F. Ellis.73
14. Miss Catherine F. Sullivan.59
“ 15, Mrs. Judith E. Greeley.75
Feb. 11, Mrs. Jennie M. Sweetser. 69
•• 18, Frank Trundy.79
“ 20, Joshua W. Black. 72
" 24, Mis. Edith IN. West. .55
March Henry Pease.88
April 4, Mrs. Charles Irving. 35
" 9, Mrs. Mary Socea.36
“ 19, Mrs. Sarah P. Griflin...57
“ 25, John B.. Black.85
May 23, William I'. Rice.81
“ 14. Mrs. Lydia C. Carver.89
June 7, Irving S. Rose.15
44 12. Roswell B. Lowe.58
** 13, George C. Park.29
** 15, Mrs. Ellen A. Small.73
“ 24. Mrs. Ella F. Stevens.42
“ 28, Mrs. Rebecca Merrithew.70
44 28, Capt. John F. Peterson.79
June 29, Miss Einora P, Blanchard.12
“ 30, Mrs Emma Mason.69
July 2, Capt Frank I. Pendleton.66
44 3, Capt. Andrew H. Lorimer.' 8
44 10, Mrs. Eunice M. Stevens.79
Aug. 6, James Pattee.75
Sept. 6, Mrs. Eliza Sands.91
44 28. Melnot F. Wentworth .61
Oct. 30, Mrs Juli M. Getchell.76
Nov. 9, Mrs. Prudence N. Park.83
Dec. 1, Mrs Harriett Cunningham.78
“ 3, Mrs. Angie M. Gilkey.59
44 30, Mrs. Ann Ward.88
Baked Aroostook Potatoes.
Fourteen thousand barrels of Aroostook po
tatoes were burned last week. At Limerick
1 hursday night two large potato houses
were burned, one containing 1,000 and the
• ther 3,000 bushels of potatoes, Buildings and
contents partially insured. Ten,thousand bar
rels of potatoes, valued at over $20,000, were
burned at Soldier Pond late Friday morning,
when a large new potato house, owned by T
T. Michaud, was destroyed by fire. Cause of
the fire unknown,
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its
stages, and that is catarrh. Catarrh being
greatly influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hall’s
Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts thru
the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, giving the patient strength by building
up the constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in the curative powers of Halt’s Catarrh
Cure that they offer One Hundred Dollars for
any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Mr. Joseph H. Farwell of Unity, is selling
out his interests in that town and will move to
Rockland the first of the year, where he will
be employed by the Rockland Produce Co.—
Rockland Opinion.
Owing to the inclemency of the weather—
an all day snow storm—no services were held
in the Universalist church last Sunday.
Mrs. John H. Wardwell and son Stanley,
Church street, spent last week in Boston vis
iting relatives, returning Saturday' by steamer.
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hayes, West Main street,
returned Thursday night, Dec. 30th, from holi
day visits with relatives in Augusta and Bos
Mrs. Maude Corbett, Railroad avenue, clerk
ed for Mrs. J H. Wardwell at the Wardwell
store during the lattei s absence in Boston the
past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Shute of Rockland
after spending Christmas with her mother,
Mrs. Albert C. Colcord, East Main street, re
turned home early last week.
Messrs Edward J, Littlefield, Church street
and Nicholas B. Ginn, West Main street, left
Monday for Boston to enter Howe’s Tonsorial
school for a three months' course in that busi
On Vew Year’s day the following company
j dined at the Libbey house, Sylvan street: Capt.
and Mrs. F. A. Patterson, Mrs. Albert C. Col
cord. Mrs. Annie K. Harriman and Miss Alice
Earle Winslow of Quincy, Mass . who had
been the guest of hia grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Simeon F. Ellie. Church street, for the
holidays, took the early train laBt Saturday
for home.
Mrs. M. E. Foster of Brockton, Mass., who
had been the guest of her son and wife. Mr
and Mrs. Frank A. Foster, School street, for
the past two weeks, took train Monday morn
ing for Boston, en route to her home.
Mrs. Elden H. Shute, after spending the
Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Flanders, Easi Main street, left the
middle of last week for her home in South Se
bec, where her husband holds the position of
station agent.
The Auxiliary Aid of the Universalist parish
met last week with Mrs. Albert C. Colcord,
who served hot coffee and cake to the young
ladies. This week Mrs. C. F. Snow, Hopkins’
block, Church street, was the Tuesday hostess
for this young ladies’ association.
Mrs. A. C. Colcord recently received from
her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sta
little live-month’s old daughter, who is now ill
of scarlet fever, although in a very light form.
Their house is quarantined until Jan. 12th.
The public schools throughout town opened
Monday after the December vacation. The
same corps of teachers is employed with the
exception of the Cape Jellison district, where
Miss Beulah Nickerson, having married, Mr.
Benjamin Larrabee of Prospect is in her place.
Mrs. Annie K. Harriman, East Main street,
has received the announcement of the birth of
a little son, Dec. £0, 1915, to the niece of her
late husband, Mrs. Robert L. Forrest of Port
land, Oregon, who is the older daughter of the
late Capt. Joseph Harriman, formerly of this
Mr. and Mrs. Alvah C. Treat, Church street,
were in Prospect last Saturday to attend the
funeral of Miss Betsey Thtmpson, aged 81
years. She was a sister of Mrs. Treat’s first
husband, Mr. Daniel Thompson, and is surviv- ,
ed by only one brother, Mr. Delmont Thomp
son of Winterport.
The Ladies’ Aid Society of the Universalist
parish will be entertained this, Thursday, af
ternoon by Mrs; J. A. Flanders, East Main
street. There will be a collection of the 1 lit
tle stockings” and sums contributed by friends I
of the Uniyersalist parish far and near. It is j
hoped there will be a full attendance.
Stockton friends extend deepest sympathy 1
to Miss Ruth Hichborn, only daughter of Dr. ,
:.'id Mrs. Herman G. Hichborn of Cambridge,
Mass., in her recent great bereavement, the 1
death from pneumonia of her fiance, Mr.
Ralph Vaughn of Worcester, Mass , to whom"
she was to have been married in February,
New Year’s eve, Miss Louise Shute, who is
boarding with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Flanders
during the absence of her parents, received a
message from her father, Capt. Eiden S. Shute,
jf schooner Daylight, announcing the safe ar
rival of the vessel at Fort de France, Martini
que. Mrs. Shute is with her husband for the
Wednesday evening, Dec. 29ih, Mrs. Albert
C. Colcord, East Main street, entertained at
auction, the following guests: Capt. and Mrs.
F. A. Patterson, Mrs. Annie K. Harriman, Miss
Nellie Hichborn, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Flanders
and friend, Mr. Johnston. Assorted cake and
fruit punch were served and a delightful even- j
ing was spent by all present,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawse (nee Beulah
Nickerson) have begun housekeeping in the
first floor flat of the large green house on
Cape Jellison. His father, Mr. Henry Hawse,
has furnished the apartments with every
household convenience, this three-flat build
ing belonging to him. Stockton offers con
gratulations, hoping all prosperity may at- 1
tend this young couple on the magic life voy
age. ’ !
The many friends of Mrs, William Griffin oi j
Santa Rosa, California, will be glad to hear,
through letters received by relatives from her
son, H. Everett Griffin,that she has sufficiently
recuperated from a recent abdominal surgical
operation at the Santa Rosa hospital to be
taken to her home, £01 Orchard street, with a
nurse in attendance,and is thought to be doing
well. After Mr. Griffin’s re*«rn to his home
in Chico, his wife will be with his mother dur
ing her convalescence, which the patient’s rela
tives in this, her native town, hope may be
Mrs Charles Whitten is on the sick list.
Miss Edith Lawrence is dressmaking in Bel
Mr. C. V. fetephenson and son Stanley, visited
at Martin Whittens’ Saturday.
Mr. Guy Jackson has gone to Charlestown,
Mass., where he has employment.
Several from this Bcction attended the
Farmers Union meeting in Freedom, Dec.,29th.
Charles Colby and son Walter, returned last
Friday from a week’s visit with relatives in
Massachusetts. Porter Ingraham of Knox did
his chores while he was gone.
Sawyer Bros, of Millbridge will build a three
mast schooner on speculation.
The Bath Iron Works has received a contract
to build two car floats to be 265 feet long,40 feet
extreme breadth, and 10 feet deep at sides
R. L. Bean of Camden will build a four-mast
schooner of 1,500 tons carrying capacity from a
model made by John J. Ward well of Rockland
Maine, The vessel will be 180 by 38 by 18 feet
Penobscot River Closed.
Bangor, Me., Dec. 31. Navigation closed on
the Penobscot River today, the drop in tem
perature to about the zero mark skimming the
river'with an inch of ice. This closing date is
much later than the average and ends one of
the longest seasons for navigation on record.
The Brewer ferry, which hauled off today,
was in service later than ever before.
The steamer Belfast will make her terminal
port at Winterport, discharging Bangor pas
sengers and freight at„ Buck sport.
_ \
The out of town; teachers returned Satur
jsy and all schools resumed work Monday.
Miss Elizabeth Fernald has been spending
the past week in Bangor, the guest of Mrs.
William H. Kelly.
Miss Frances Lougee and Erlon V. Crimmin
returned to the U. of M. this week after
spending the holidays with their respective
Miss Belle L. Thayer of Salem recently
returned to her millinery establishment after
a brief visit with her mother, Mrs. J. H
The week of prayer is being observed at
the Methodist church and services began
Monday evening, January 3rd, led by the pas
tor, Rev. A. J. Lockhart.
The Delta Alpha Soc'ety of the Methodist
Sunday school met for their monthly business
session Tuesday evening with Mrs. William
A. Ellingwood, Elm street.
Miss Ethel H. Baker, who was called home
by the illness and death of her father, Dr. J.
H. Baker, returned Monday to resume her
studies at Emerson School of Oratory, Boston.
The W. H. S. Alumni Association held their
holiday meeting Tuesday, Dec. 28th, at the I.
O. O. F. Club rooms. Plans are in part made
for a public appearance of the Association and
further notices will be given later.

Asa Styles spent the week-end in Bangor.
F. F. Perkins was in Rockland Friday oil
The schools in this district began Monday,
January 3d.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clifford have returned
to New York.
Hardie Morin of Boston made a brief visit
here recently.
Mrs. P. L. Bates is in Rumford visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Smith.
V. J. Flye, auditor for the American Ex- |
press Co., made a.business call here Tuesday. 1
Mrs. John Graffam was called to Skowhegan
last week by the deaih of her father, Mr.
Virgil.. Hall.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Barrows of West
Hampden spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Griffin.
Miss Agnes Harriman left by train Monday
morning to resume her studies at the M. C. 1.
in Pittsfield.
Capt. Francis Heath of Bucksport and Mrs.
Clara Erskine of Orono spent last Thursday
here with friends.
Mrs. Josephine Foster came from Bangor to
spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Harriman.
Joseph Grant left last week for Fort Fair
field to visit his daughters, Mrs. Gertrude
Fayle and Mrs. Annie Bowden.
Mrs. N. C. Partridge returned Tuesday from
Belfast, where she was the guest of her niece,
Mrs. Ira M. Cobe,for Christmas.
Clarence Dickey was at home from the U. of
M. for the holiday vacation.
Mrs.Ame8 of Bkngor was in town last week,
tue guest t f Mrs. Alice Palmer.
Miss Nellie Rose of Swanville has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Harold Ritchie.
Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Conant of Deer Isle visit
ed their cou&in, Lydia Woodman recently.
Mr. George Grant, an elderly man, is quite
sick and it is thought he will not recover.
Mrs. Susan Dawson has suffered severely
with erysipelas in her arms, but is better now.
Mrs. Chris. Ham is in the Bangor hospital
wo ere she underwent an operation. She is
doing well.
Miss Flora Twombly has returned from a
visit of several weeks with friends in Massa
A der.ce given here by two young men New
Ycirs E\e v os well patronized. The music
w:ts by the B. E. N. Trio of Bangor.
The Maccabees will hold their annual ball in
tie Town Hall Friday evsning, Jan. 28th.
Music by Ramsey's orchestra of Richmond.Me.
The High school will begin Jan. 3d after
t wo weeks'vacation. Mr. Whelan,the Princi
pal, spent the vacation at his home in Poland
Mrs. Ruth Parker, aged 98, who lives with
her daughter, Mrs Walter Fairbanks, has not
been able to sit up since she fell several weeks
ago and dislocated her hip.
The Rebekahs have invited Monroe I. O. O.
F. Lodge to unite with them for installation.
The time is not known yet on account of not
knowing when the installing officers can be
Mr. and Mrs. E A. Robertson entertained
on New Year’s day.
Mr. and Mrs. David Moody were week-end
guests of her brother, E. A. Robertson.
Mrs. k Eliza Pattee of Searsport is visiting
re'atives and friends in Monroe and Swan
Elbridge Ward has leased Mrs. Nettie Rob
ertson’s farm and will move his family in this
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. White were Sunday
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Mrs. Caroline Marr, who had been visiting
h er sister, Mrs. James Knowlton in Frankfort,
is now at home.
The Monroe Center L. A, S. sociable will be
entertained Jan. 12th at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moody and son of Mon
roe spent Christmas in Pittsfield with Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Clark, and while there James Clark
of s Florida sent to Ira Clark, his nephew, a
barrel of grapefruit and {oranges, as he is in
the habit of doing each Christmas. Mr. Clark
of Florida is a subscriber of The Republican
Journal and all wish to report that the grape
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Mr. Dorrell Bates will return this week to
the U. of M. at Orono,
The schools in town reopened Jan. 3rd after
a two weeks* vacation.
Mr. H. M. Coombs is at home from Orono for
a two weeks’visit with his family.
Miss Gay lie Ryder of Belfast spent Christ
mas with her mother, Mrs. Helen Ryder,
Miss Olive Coombs has returned to Lime
stone, where she has a position as teacher.
Mrs. Julia Rose and daughter, Miss Lena,
were guests of relatives in Rockland over
Misses Caro and Nettie Heald.who are teach
ing in Brockton, Mass., have been having a
week’s visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Heald.
Miss Elizabeth Bates has returned to Cas
tine to resume her studies at the E, S. N.'S.,
and Mr. Jesse Bates to Pittsfield to continue
his studies at the M. C. 1. after spending the
Christmas vacation with their motbel, Mrs.
Elisa Bates.
JgjjlES’ CORflER. (Winterport.)
G d York was i business visitor in Bangoi
c % Libby, who has been ill for the past
week V Ba*n,nK at this writing.
IIi^ Edna Conant returned Friday from i
visit iv*t^1 ^er 8*8ter» Mrs. W. E. Hebard, it
goward Clements and. family of Monroe
were New Year’s guests of L. A. White anc
famil: ‘
and Mrs. George Conant of Deer Isle
were| guests of C. M. Conant and family e
pari J1* la8t week.
i Ellen Bartlett of Bangor visited hei
Miss Cora Blaisdell and her brother
Bartlett, last week
. Della Newcomb Luce of Saginaw
was the guest of Mrs. C. B. Jewett and
I. A. Haley several days last week,
limber of the younger set from this
y attended the New Year’s ball in Mon
riday evening. The B. E. M. trio ol
r furnished muBic.
schools in town began Monday, with
Jnda Bickford at White’s Corner, Miss
cjora Blaisdell at the Conant school and Miss
Myra Porter at West W’interport.
Mrs. Addie Shaw underwent surgical treat
ment recently, attended by Drs. D. A. Rob
inson of Bangor and E. C. Newcomb of New
burg. A trained nurse is caring for her.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Clarke of Brooks visited
at the home of C. B. Jewett last Saturday and
Sunday. Mr. Clarke returned to Brooks Mon
longer visit.
The students of Winterport, Monroe and
Bangor High schools resumed their studies
Monday, with the exception of Miss Laura
Bickford, who was detained at home by the
illness of her grandmother, Mrs. Shaw.
Mr. Charles Simmons was in town this week
buying cattle and hogs.
Simon Erskine went to Morrill Monday to
visit his sick brother.
Frank Luce is cutting pine lumber and haul
ing it to Paul’s mill to be sawed into heading.
Fred Gay and family went to Liberty last
Sunday to spend the day with his wife's broth
er, Will Sanford.
Mr. Perry Griffies and his company will give
the play “My Aunt Betsey” at the Grange hall
Friday night, Jan. 7th. Gardner Tibbets is
Montville’s representative in the cast.
Clifi Richards and Osric Watkins of Harvard
University and Miss Miriam Bartlett of New
ton Center, who spent the Christmas holidays
with Mrs. O. L, Bartlett, have returned to
Isaac Paul came near losing one of his hands
last Saturday while at work in his mill. He
was at work about the engine and his glove
finger caught in the machinery. The flesh
was torn from his thumb and one finger. He
pulled his hand out of the glove just in time
to save a more painful accident. Mr. Paul is
doing a large business turning heads for lime
casks, apple barrels and phosphate barrels to
fill orders. He has five men at work in the
mill and chopping lumber.
E. L. Bowler has sold his hay to John Wood
son of China.
Frank Nickerson of Somerville is working for
H. S. Coombs.
Geo. B. Finley and Miss Josephine Overlock
of Liberty were united in marriage, Dec. blst.
Miss Avis Watson, the teacher at Greeley’s
Corner visited at d.W. Crommett’s last Satur
day and Sunday.
Miss Beatrice Bowler returned to Colby
College Tuesday after spending the Christmas
vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. E.
Mrs. Mary M. Bowler, who has been visiting
her son, E. C. Bowler, in Gardiner, for two
weeks, returned Sunday. Her son and grand
son brought her home in their car.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Leeman, who were
married Christmas day, had a wedding recep
tion at the home of his father, C. S. Leeman,
New Years' night. Many friends were present
and the evening was pleasantly spent. Mr. and
Mrs. Leeman will reside in Augusta, where he
has a position.
Miss Anzeliu Harriman went toTremont last
Saturday to resume her school.
Miss Mary Harriman visited her sister, Mrs.
Burr Godsoe, in Brewer several days last
Miss Addie M. Ginn, after a week’s vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Ginn, re
turned to Worcester, Mass,, to resume teach
Mrs. Evelyn Harrison entertained a card
party of 16 last Saturday night. Refresh
ments were served and all spent a pleasant
Capt. W. H. Harriman left on last Saturday
evening’s train for New York, where he will
remain about a month, looking after the re
pairs on a steamer.
Miss Edna Harriman, who has been stopping
with her uncle, Maurice Ginn, in Rockland, the
past ten months, is at home and will spend the
winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, H.
An epoch in the history of the town of Unity
occurred last Thursday,when at 6 10 p. m, the
switch was pulled and the village was flooded
with the glow from the new electric lighting
system which has just been installed. It was a
great event and the citizens of the town,who
had been anticipating the event for some
time, looked upon the day as a gala one and an
event worthy of celebration. The Central
Maine Power Co. began the construction of
the line to Unity last fall and worked fast so
as to give the town electricity by. the first of
the year, which was accomplished, and now the
villagers have all the comforts of the residents
of the city.
No person alive is stronger than his kidneys.
The minute the kidneys become disarranged or
clogged with waste the warning is flashed
throughout the entire system. The greater
part of all sickness today can be avoided by
keeping the kidneys working properly.
A. A. Howes & Co, the popular druggists,
cai tell you of many well-known people in this
city whom Solvax, the standard kidney remedy,
has restored to health, often after they have
tried many other methods of treatment with
little or no benefit.
This remarkable kidney remedy is guaran
teed to} help the worst case of lazy, sluggish,
clogged-up kidneys, or the general, headachy,
kinky-backed, played-out condition that afflicts
people suffering with kidney trouble. Solvax
does not simply relieve. It aims to cure.
No other kidney remedy has made such a
large percentage of cures as Solvax. It is so
large that A. A. Howes & Co. is perfectly}safe
in standing ready to refund the pYice tojjany
customer wfepm it does not help.
City Government*
The regular meeting of the city government
was held Monday evening. Mayor Charles R.
Coombs presiding. The roll of accounts was
read, and passed, as follows:
Contingent.$ 290 43
Highways.... 613 60
I High school.. 2800
City building.. 64 54
Streetlights. 402 40
Free Library... 193 07
School contingent. 297 75
Free text books and supplies. 61 70
School repairs and insurance. 297 10
Paupers. 39 40
Sewers.. 125
Sidewalks. 84 42
Fire department. 245 11
Police department. 167 43
^ City team.. 1819 5
General school purposes. 199 59
Transportation of pupils. 113 00
State road. 27 83
Garrhon Hill account.. 7 00
Little River bridge. 65 00
Miscellaneous. 374 n
Total.$3,754 68
Edward Sibley, collector of taxes for 1915
16, reported as follows:
Collected from July 1, ’15, to Jan.
3, ’16.$82,227 13
Interest on deposits for Oct., Nov.,
Dec. 4 78
Total.$82,231 91
Paid city treasurer. 81,400 00
Balance on hand. 831 91
Total.$82,231 91
The report was accepted in concurrence with
the council.
City Marshal Geo. W. Fnsbee reported as
One arrest for intoxication and night’s lodg
ings 'urnished for 27 men. Report accepted
in concurrence.
S. b. L. Shute, chief of the Fire Depart
| ment, reported as follows:
Dec 12th, fire in the Eaton block. High
street. Fire caught around the furnace; dam
age to building estimated at $5,000; insured
for $9,000; estimated damage to contents, $150.
Dec. 12th, chimney fire in Frank Hall house
on Northport avenue. No damage.
Dec 31st, chimney fire in George E. Kit
I tridge cottage on Condon street. No damage.
| |The department needs 500 feet of hose and
two new Boston pipes. Extinguishers have
been placed in the school buildings. The
State inspector, after a recent inspection,
wants fire escapes placed on public buildings
as soon as possible.
Report accepted in concurrence.
Trial balance January 3, ’16.
Tax deeds.$1,058 08
Stone and tar via. 983 95
! City team. 1,072 50
E. M. Farnsworth Co. 19 45
Sewer assessments. 605 00
State of Maine, Soldiers’ Burial, etc... 99 13
State of Maine, pensions, etc. 1,692 00
Swunville, to fire Dep’t... 20 00
Discount on taxes. 390 57
Sewers. 1,489 12
Sidewalks. 1,171 72
School charity. 112 44
Belfast F’ree Library. 1,089 39
Interest account. 695 21
Garrison Hill. 108 46
Little River Bridge. 12 76
Highways. 3,271 94
School contii gent. 1,657 27
Repairs and Insurance. 113 24
State Road. 622 80
Town of Northport. 66 05
$16,351 08
C. H. Sargent, collector 1908. 58 77
“ “ 1909. 90 30
Wayland Knowlton, collector 1910. 1,120 31
F. W. Brown, collector 1911. 621 80
“ “ “ 1912 . 43 54
1913. 10 81
S. A. Parker, collector 1914 . 2,782 40
Edward Sibley, collector, 1915.$ 11,657 06
$16,384 99
B. & M. L. R. R. Stock.500,000 00
Truasnrfip (P.irw-lo CQ C-JA
Treasurer, cash. 4.399 34
Assets and liabilities account. 92,553 57
Total.. .$698,309 38
Bonds outstanding...:.$590,000 00
Loans outstanding. 3,500 00
Cemeteries. 239 80
Belfast Water Co. 2,020 00
Trust funds. 68,620 40
Unexpended balances of 1915 appropriations
Bonded interest.$ 9,551 36*
Brown tail moth. 500 00
City park. 100 00
Contingent. 12,598 90
General School purposes. 3,661 83
Fire department..... 975 58
Free text books. 169 26
Free High school. 1,283 69
Memorial building. 1,014 61
Paupers ... 859 30
Police department. 513 20
Street lights. 1,239 15
Superintendent of schools. 150 00
Transportation. 718 50
Overlay. 585 52
City Team. 8 28
$698,309 38
The petition of Henry H. Maddocks for
license to exhibit moving pictures in the
Eaton block was received and placed on the
table to await an investigation of the build
ing, etc.
A hearing was held on the complaint of
George Porter Cottrell ot East Belfast being
insane. He was adjudged insane by his at
tending physicians and it was ordered that he
be sent to the Insane hospital in Bangor. He
was taken there Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Almatia Wescott was in Belfast recently
on business.
Miss Winifred Dodge is visiting friends in
Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Mattie CrosB is visiting her sister,
Nellie Banton.
The Thorndike Farmers’ Union met in Dirigo
Grange hall Dec. 29th.
E. L. McLean, Esq., from Augusta, was in
Freedom on business Dec. 31st.
Mrs. George Worth and daughter Ora were
the guests of Mrs. W. R. Sparrow Dec. 30th.
Miss Flora Farnum from Thorndike is having
Mrs. Eunice Plummer to dressmake for her.
Mrs. Addie Nickless entertained the Ladies’
Circle Dec. 30th at the home of Mrs. Jennie
Sherman Yeaton from Lynn, Mass., passed
his vacation with his mother, Mrs. Nettie
Mr. and Mrs. Porter F. Webb of Swanville
visited her mother, .Mrs. S. S. Flye, Jan. 1st
and 2nd
The Freedom Lumber Co. has bought ma
chinery and will start a portable mill on their
woodlot recently bought of William Sibley as
soon as'possible.
Wanted at Once.
housework. Steady work to right parties.
Reference given and reference required. Ap
ply at once to
52 R. F. D 4. Belfast, Maine.
The City National Bank,
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
The City National Bank of Belfast for the
choice of directors and the transaction of any
other business that may legally come before
them, will be held at their banking rooms on
Tuesday, January 11,1916, at 10 o’clock
C. W. WESCOTT. Cashier.
Belfast,^December 24,1916.—2w62^-^
onir lMiLVV o.
New York, Dec 28. Ar, sch D H Rivers,
Simmons, Buenos Ayres, Oct 3 via Barbados
Dec 1; Jan 3, sld, sch Annie P Chase, South
Amboy for Southwest Harbor.
Boston, Dec 30. Ar, sch Ella Clifton,
Stockton; sld, schs Susie H Davidson, New
York; Catawamteak, Belfast; Mary A Hall
(from Philadelphia), Camden; James L Maloy,
Stockton; Jan 1, ar, schs Thelma, Belfast, Ga;
Helen G King, Thompson, Stockton; prozimbo,
Philadelphia, Dec 26. Cld, sch Brina P
Pendleton, Noi-folk; 30, cld, sch George E Wal
cott, Buenos Ayres.
Jacksonv'lle, Jan 2. Sld, sch Theoline, Bos
Providence, Dec 28. Sld, Sch Ella M Willey,
Newport News and Cuba.
Norfolk. Dec 27. Ar, sch Calumet, Richard
son, Fernandifte; 30, ar, stm Milfinocket, Sears
port and sld on return; Jan 1, cld, sch Edith,
San Juan.
Bangor, Dec 31 Port closed.
Searsport, Dec 29 Ar, barge Waccamaw.
Weymouth, Mass; 31, sld, barge Herndon,
Stockton Dec 28. Sld, sch Helen G King,
Boston; 31, sld. sch Telumah, New York; Jan
1, sid, stm Millinocket, Philadelphia and New
Lisbon, Dec 24. Ar, sch Harwood Palmer,
Cienfuegos, Dec 28. Ar, sch Horace A Stone,
Nash, Norfolk.
Pernambuco, Dec 27. Sid, sch Margaret
Haskell (from Norfolk), Natal; 30, sld, sch
General E S Greeley, Small, Fernandina.
Baker. In Rockland, December 29, to Mr.
Mrs. William Baker, a daughter, Carol,
Emerton. In Swanville, December 19, to
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Emerton, a son.
French. In Belfast, December 30, to Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice H. French, a son, Maurice
H., Jr.
Linscott. In Burkettville, December 25, to
Mr, and Mrs, Harold Linscott, a daughter.
Rose. In Union, December 24, to Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Rose, a daughter.
RICH. In Belfast, December 28. to Mr. and
Mrs. Charle* H, Rich, a daughter, trances
Russell. In Dorchester, Mass., December
21, to William G and Bessie Black Russell, a
son, Norman Black Russell.
Staples. In Belfast, December 26, to Mr,
and Mrs, Jesse L. Staples, a daughter.
Barns Gray. In Brewer, December 17, by
Rev. Benjamin Beatty, Fred M. Barns of
Bucksport and Mrs. Mabel Gray of Dedham.
CiLLEY-McKenney. In Belfast, January 1,
by Rev. A, A Blair, Stanley Cilley and Miss
Marguerite McKenney, both of Lincolnville.
Currier Allen. In Lancaster, N. H.. De
cember 23, at the home of Mrs. Barnett, by
Rev. Mr. Dore. Harold S. Currier and Avah L.
Allen, both formerly of Camden.
Braley-Grant. In Monroe Center, Decem
ber 22, Maurice Braley and Miss Ella Grant,
both of Monroe Center,
Harriman-Lord. In Bangor, December 31,
by Rev. A. B, Hyde, Earl Harriman and Mil
dred Lord, both of Lowell
Harvey-Arey. In Bucksport Center, De
cember 23, by Rev. Nt wton S.SweeZey, Robert
W. Harvey and Miss Mary Frances Arey, both
of North Bucksport.
NiCKERSON-Frost. In Bangor, December 23,
Harry R, Nickerson of Bucksport and Miss Iva
Frost ot Mariaville.
Stinson-Robbins. In Stonington, December
20, by Rev. Isaac M. Smith, Chauncey N. Stin
son of Stonington and Miss Flora M. Robbins.
Burgess. In Verona, January 1, Mrs. Helen
E Burgess, aged 59 years and 26 days.
Carter. In Orland, December 23, Daniel M.
Ca' Ler, aged 67 years and 10 months.
DANIELS. In Soldiers’ Home, Togus, January
3, Richard M. Daniels of Pittsfield, aged 73
Emmons. In Belfas', January 3. at the Waldo
County Hospital, H»zei, daughteroi Harry and
Maude Brown Emmons, aged 5 years.
Haugh. In Belfast, December 30, William
Hauyh, aged 58 years.
Nickerson. In East Corinth, January 1, A.
H. Nickerson, aged 73 years.
Norton. In Belfast January 4, Mr. Patnca
Norton, aged 80 years.
Spofford. In Belmont, Mass., January 2,
Captain George Herbert Spofford of Deer Isle,
in his 50th year.
Ward. In Searsport, December 30, Mrs.
Ann, widow of Peter Ward, aged 88 years,
WHITNEX. In Old Town, December 30, Miss
Sarah H. Whitney, formerly of East Dixmont,
aged 65 years. _^
A chambermaid at once
at The Windsor Hotel.
umiiuujvia reuuun ior nnscnarge. t
In the matter of )
Ray E. Harmon, In Bankruptcy i
Bankrupt, )
To the Hon. Clarence Hale, Judge of the
District Court of the United States for the
District of Maine.
Ray E. Harmon of Waldo, in the County of
Waldo and State of Maine, in said District,
respectfully represents, that on the 12th day
of June, last past, he was duly adjudged bank
rupt under the Acts of Congress relating to
bankruptcy, that he has duly surrendered all i
his property and rights of property, and has
fully complied with all the requirements of
said Acts and of the orders of Court touching
his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he prays, That he may be decreed
by the Court, to have a full di-charge from all
debts provable bgainst his estate under said
bankruptcy Acts, except such debts as are ex- '
cepted by law from such <i!*ichurpv. i
Dated this 27th day of December, A.D. 1915
Bankrupt. ’
District of Maine, ss.
On this 1st day of January, A. D. 1916, on
reading the foregoing petition, it is —
Ordered by the Court, r] hat a hearing be had
upon the same on the 11th day of- February
A.D. 1916, before said Court at Portland, in said 1
notice thereof be published in The Republican ,
Journal, a newspaper printed in said District,
and that all known creditors, and other persons 1
in interest, may appear at the said time and
place, and show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petitioner should not be
And it is further Ordered by the Court, That
the Clerk shall send by mail to all known credi
tors copies of said petition and this order, ad- a
dressed to them at their places of residence as
Witness the Honorable Clarence IIalb, e
Judge of tne said Court, and the seal thereof,
at Portland, in said District, on the lsi day of
January. A. D. 1916
[L. S.] JAMES E. HEWEY, Clerk. >
A true copy of petition and order thereon. 4
Attest: JAMES E. HEWEY. Clerk. s
Annual Meeting
Stockton Springs Water
The annual meeting of the stockholders of r
the Stockton Springs Water Company will be j
held at the office of the Secretary at Stockton
Springs, on Tuesday, the 18th day of January, {
A. D, 1916, at 12.c9 p. m„ to hear the reports v
of the officers and act upon the same, to elect t
a board of seven directors for the ensuing year )
and to transact any other business that may
properly come before said meeting.
Per order, a
ALBERT M. AMES, Secretary.
Stockton Springs, Me., December 29, 1915,
Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Stockton Springs Trust Company will be
held at the office of the Secretary at ten o’clock »
in the forenoon, Tuesday, January 18th, A. D. (
1916, to elect a board of directors and to per- ,
form any other legal business that may come
before said meeting.
ALBERT M. AMES, Clerk. (
We wish to thank all who were kind and (
thoughtful to ua in our audden and aevert be
Corrected Weekly for The Journal. j
Applea,per Dbl.l.OOr.2,00! Hay, lOtHilad l
“ dried, per ib„ 7: Hides, 06 .
Beans, pea, 3 76a4 OO Lamb, SI
Beans Y E„ 3 75 I-nab Skins, 75 1
Butter, 28a30 Mutton, 8 j
Beef, sideB, 8JalO Oats, 32 lb., ^ 55
Beet,forequarters, 8 Potatoes, 75a80
Bariev, bu. 60 Round Hog, iO 1
Cheese, 22 Straw, 7.00
Chicken, 181 urkey, 2ba30
Calf Skins. 18 Tallow, 2
Duck, 20'Veal, 12al3 j
ico-o-h 36 Wool, unwashed, 3 .
t*owi* 16 Wood, hard, 6.00
Geese, Wood* soft, 5.60 1
Beef, C orned, 15 Lime, 1 10 ,
Butter Salt, 14 lb., 18a22 Oat M eal, 5
Corn 87 Onions, 4 .
Cracked Corn, 82 Oil, kerosene. 12al3
Corn Meal. 80 Pollock. 7 .
Cheese, ‘45
Cotton Seed, 2 ln Plaster, 1.13
Codfish, dry, 10 Rye Meal, 4 |
Cranberries, 12 Shorts, 145
Clover Seed, 1*!Suga% , ?A
Flour, 7 a7 75 Salt, T. I., 50
H. G. Seed, 3 76 Sweet Potatoes, 5
Lard. 14,Wheat Meal,
Collector’s Notice of Sale.
Unpaid taxes on lands situated in the town of Lincolnville, in the County of Waldo for the
year 1915.
The following list of taxes on real estate of non-resident owners in the town of Lincoln
ville for the year 1916, committed to me for collection for said town on the 21st day of June
1915, remains unpaid; and notice is hereby given that if said taxes, interest and charges, are
not previously paid so much of the real estate taxed as is sufficient and necessary to pay’ the
amount due thereof, including interest and charges, will be sold at public auction at the Town
House, on the first Monday of February, 1916, at nine o’clock a. m :
Name of Owner. Description of Property. Tax.
J. A. Cannon.Bounded N. W. by land of Jennie Manning, N E. by Pitcher
Pond. S. E. by land of E.E. Dririkwater, S.W. by road- 32 acres'
value, $646.;.' $15 4g
Lawrence Carver.Bounded N. W. by county road. N. E, S. E. and S. W. by land of
T. E. Gushee; 1 acre, $25; total value, $225 . "6 00
Stanton, Elijah heirs-Bounded N. W. by Gilkey road, so-called, N. E. hy land of W H ‘
Monroe, S. E by Penobscot Bay, S. W by land of W. D Lewis’’
heirs and O. W Derry; 73 acres; value $730 Kidder lot, hounded
N. W. by county oad, N. E. by land of W. D Lewis’ heirs S
E. by Penobscot Bay, S. W. by the Studley and W. A. Math
ews’ lot; 23 acres; value $230. Mathews' lot, bounded N W
by land of O. W. Derry, N. E. by land of O. W. Derry, AUon
French and Kidder lot, S. E. by Kidder lot, S. W. by Studley
farm; 7 acres, value $70. 40 80
Cilley, J. P.Coleman lime quarry, so-called, $460. One-half Bassey island in
Coleman pond, $50. One half Bryant lot, bounded N W , N.
E ; S.E. and S. W. by land of Cyrus F. Dustin, 63 acres, $190
Mill privilege at Duck Trap, $100; total value, $800. 19 20
Nason, Cora.Bounded N. by land of Ai. Young. E. by land of J. A. Meservey. 1
S, by land of J. A. Meservey, W by road, 70 acres, value $200 4 80 :
McKinney, Lovisa.heirs. Bounded N. W. by land of W A. Bragg, N. E. by road. S. E. by
land of Sidney Young, S. W. by land of Will Thayer and wife
90 acres, value $850; total $860..’ 20 40
Smith Fred.Bounded N W. by land of Cyrus F. Dustin, N. E. by road, S. W ‘
by land of Henry Heard, S. E. by land of Cyrus Dustin’; 45
acres; value $100.. 2 40
McKussic, Holman.Value $76; lot of land bounded by Pitcher pond, land of”m! *Bi
Hill and Charles Dustin.j,. ... . ’ j gg
Lincolnville. December 20, 1915. EDWARD GOODWIN’, I
3'•'Si Tax Collector for the town of Lincolnville.

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