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I > .KlvVWHERE
f DEATHS.
! a 1 at his home in La
\ the age of 78 years,
j 'number of the gallant
j ; infantry and served
! and was one of the
: uw.who could tell of
; Round Top and Get
! nesses, for he was in
>r and patriot, a good
ir, his death brings
The funeral services
dternoon, Nov. 11th,
A. K.,' and the Ma
■ i ,the oldest business
at ins home,Nov.9th,
1'ting a short time
j he had always
tine. When but 14
t-red the store of
as clerk and upon
Mr. Pendleton,he en
l.'s nrother George,
,i thelatter’s death,
id tiec ttne apartner,
i- no v doing business
Follansbee & Wood,
es a sister, Miss Carrie
oade her home with
. by three nieces, Mrs.
! i irchester. Mass., Mrs.
Marian Follansbee of
nephew, Harry Follans
!eu. The deceased was
■cored citizen, strictly
iealmgs and a man
. aiways.be relied upon,
his long rest, respected
mmunity. The funeral
Monday afternoon,Rev.
" a! mg.
Wilton Shute, whose
>K place in Bar Harbor
irn in Sandypoint Jutie
h the youngest son of
1 . > Flanders Shute, and
- and two sisters. In
'aran Kina Hillman of
ivives him with six chil
1.. and George H. Shute
■ Irs. Josie Woodside ot
P Frank L., and Nellie
ivpoint, and three grand
son, Elmer, died when
I age. He also leaves
Etdeu Shute of Stock
: one sister,Mrs. Altneda
-*ene, N. H. Capt. Shute
sea for nearly forty
three years ago he e t.er
t the Eastern Steamship
:ih way up from quarter
r. Four years ago he
of the steamer J. T.
[ .: between Rockland and
! '1 held that position at
faith. He was employed
Katahdiu at the time of
when sue came so near
r Isle of Slioals. When
nil it was the last trip of
’ for this season, after
"Hied to take the boat to
e needed ri pairs. His
ute of Rockland, went
Bar Harbor on receiving
eath and arrived on the
n train with the remains,
: to the familyretidence,
• ral was held Tuesday
Henry oflieiating. There
of beauti ful floi ai < t f. r -
ving friends, noticeable
■ 1 g a wreal h sent by the
Morse and pieces from
1 •• Roekl ni Bar Hamor
"e syrtua ny of a large
s is extended to the he
u their loneliness. Me.
Shute and Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Shute of Rockland, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Woodstde of Augusta, Mrs. At
phonso Shute of Belfast, Mrs. Nathan
Hopkins of Camden, Mr. and Mrs, Harry
Shute of Rockland, were among those
from out of town to attend the funeral.
CAP1. FRANK e. cuktis.
Deep interest has been felt in Sears
port in the news concerning the Ameri
can-Hawaiian liner, Columbian, torpedo
ed an I sunk, Nov. 8th, off the Spanish
coast by the German submarine U-49,
because of the fact that Captain Frank
E. Curtis, in command of the steamer,is
a resident of that town. Captain Curtis
was in Searsport early in October Hnd
left about Oct. 18th to take command of
the Columbian in Boston harDor. He ex
perienced serious trouble before sailing
on Oct. 21st, due to the fact that fear of
sutmiarines made it very difficult to get
a crew. Sailing was delayed two days
when the greater number of the men
| Captain Curtis had already signed, de
: serted. The crew with which the Colum
bian sailed was hastily gathered by Cap
tain Curtis,who passed Oct. 19th and20th
rushing about Boston in a taxicab in
search of available men.
Though not a native of Searsport,
Captain Curtis comes of an old Searsport
family, famous in the town’s maritime
annals. He is the son of Captain Frank
j A, and Amanda (Babcock) Curtis, and
; Was born about 41 years ago in Sag
| inaw, Mich., where the family was
i temporarily residing. The elder Captain
| Curtis was one of the best known of
Searsport sea captains, and had an ad
venturous life. He fought through the
Civil War and was a prisoner in the Con
federate prisons at Libby and Anderson
ville. He was in command of the bark
R. P. Buck when she was lost off the
j Cape of Good Hope, and landed her crew
' safely on the lonely part of the African
coast, from which they were finally
j rescued and brought home.
Captain Frank E. Curtis has been with
: the American-Hawaiian line for abou! 12
; years, and has been in command of dif
I ferent vessels belonging to the company.
! He began his career in sea-pilot service
in Boston harbor. He was married about
| eight years ago to Miss Lossa Ford of
' Searsport, and they have a daughter a
year old. Mrs. Curtis is now in Boston,
where Captain Curtis will probably join
■ her as soon as he can get passage across
i from the other side.
Forget Your Aches.
Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame back, make
life a burden. If you suffer from rheumatism,
gout, lumbago, neuralgia, get a bottle of Sloan’s
Liniment, the universal remedy for pain. Lasy
to apply; it penetrates without rubbing and
soothes the tender tlesb. Cleaner and more
effective than mussy ointments or poulticeB.
For strains or sprains, sore muscles or wrench
ed ligaments resulting from strenuous exer
cise, Siuan’s Liniment gives quick relief. Keep
it on hand for emergencies. At your Drug
gist, 25c.
THE POPULAR VOTE.
The Democratic editors are ringing
the changes on the vox populi, vox Dei,
idea in collection with the re-election of
Woodrow Wilson, putting the loud pedal
on the fact that while he may have been
a “minority” president during his first
j term he will not be in that class during
his second. Very good! In the popular
vote in the last election he received
something less than half a million votes
: more than Hughes. It might be inter
] esting to make a casual analysis of that
j four hundred and some odd thousands
, surplus. The returns show that certain
’ States of the old Solid South voted as
i follows, giving the figures in round
i numbers: Mississippi, Wilson, 91,000,
! Hughes, 5,000; Louisiana, Wilson, 68,
000, Hughes, 9,000; Geoigni, Wilson,
1 109,000, Hughes, 28.000; Alabama, Wil
; son, 89,000, Hughes, 30,000; Florida,
j 60,000 for Wilson and 12.000 for Hughes
; Virginia, 60,000 for Wilson, 21,000 for
! Hughes; South Carolina, 68,000 for Wil
! son. 1,500 for Hughes. Here are seven
■ Stites which thresv 445,000 votes for
; Wilson and 106,500 for Hughes, a major
j tty of 338,500 for the Democratic candt
I date. There were five more States of
i the old Solid South that went strongly
for Wilson, and line of them, Texas,
I gave a majority of 170,000 against
| Hughes, or enough to more than offset
I the entire Republican vote in twelve
| southern States. With the south in the
| saddle during Wilson's first term, we
may expect it not only to hold its seat in
the saddle hut to dominate the crupper
; as well during his second. — Biddeford
1 Jounral.
| OFF BILLY SUNDAY’S BAT.
“You might as well sit around be
neath the shade and fan yourself and
say ‘Ain’t it hot?’ as to expect God to
give you a crop if you don’t plow the
ground and plant the seed. Until the
church resorts to the use of divinely ap
pointed meansit won’t get the blessing.”
“You never think of going out on the
street without dressing. You would be
pinched before you went a block. You
never think of going without breakfast,
do you? I bet there are multitudes that
have come here without reading the
Bible or praying for this meeting.”
“It would be a godsend if the church
would suffer persecution today; she
hasn’t suffered it for hundreds of years.
She is growing rich and lagging behind
going hack.”
“I am not a member of any lodge, and
never expect to be, but if I were a mem
ber of a lodge and there was a prayer
meeting and a iodge meeting coming on
Wednesday night, I would be at the pray
er meeting instead of at the lodge meet
ing. I am not against the lodges; they do
some good work in the world, but that
don’t save anybody for God.”
“We are money drunk in America.
You can take a bushel of nickels and
walk down the streets of a modern city
and it will lead you so near Hell that you
can smell the sulphur fumes.”
“We have had no awakening in this
country because the church has been in
different. You cannot scald a hog in ice
water.”
“Help! Help! Help! You can starve
to death on this ethical stuff. You can
go to Hell on high gear on this ethical
stuff. What you need is a revival. ”
"This is the age of ‘isms’and ‘schisms’
and ‘ologies;’ they areas many in Boston
as tleas on a dog.”
“Why are not men more attentive to j
their religious duties; why do they not
pay more attention to prayer meetings
instead of going to shows and looking at
women who have not clothes enough to
make leggings for a humming bird?”
“It you don’t repent you will go to1
Hell, whether you are a millionaire or a ;
hobo. ”
“You bet your boots if Martin Luther
was in Boston today he would be right
down here at the Tabernacle and would
say, ‘Go to it, Bill?’ ”
“Many an old sinner isn’t fit for the
balm of Gilead until he is given a good
old-fashioned fly-blister and the curry
comb of the law. And some old pachy
derms will sit in their pews and one
shake, like a flat tailed sheep in the rain,
one shake and they’re dry.”
“Paul was an evangelist. Everywhere
he went they had to call out the cops to
protect him. He had either a riot or a
revival everywhere he went.”
“No two denominations are alike.
God likes variety. He has more than 57
kinds Himself.
CASTOR IA
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Farm Dairy School in Brooks.
A farm dairy extension school is to be
held at Brooks under the direction of
the extension division of the Agricultural
College, University .of Maine. This is a
three days’ school and application has
j been made for it to be held during the
week of December 10th. This is the
first extension school to be held in Waldo
County and farmers from several towns
' have already enrolled; among them, F.
H. Qutmby, I. Crowell, L. R. Leonard,
A. J Low, Perlie Bradford, 0. W. Lane
W. C. Deering, F. H. Smith, Lewis Cook,
A. Reynolds, John Loon, F. H. Lane,
E A. Ames, Everett Cilley, C. W. Ellis,
Merton Fogg, Brooks; B. H. Hogan,
Tnorndike; C. M. Thayer, F. M. Nicker
son, Monroe; It. C. Thayer, F. Porter
Webb, D. S. Thayer, Belfast; J. H. Mc
Kinley, Jackson; C. A. Levenseller,
Waldo; C. C. Clements, Winterport, A.
T. Nickerson, Swanville.
SHE’S A MEMBER OF CONGRESS
Miss Jeannette Iiankin of .Montana, liepm.lii: . the. ;ii-1 woman to ...
elected to become n representative, says she will work for women and children
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Eaby Had Whooping Cough.
Mrs. Sam C. Small, Clayton, N. M., writes:
"My grandson had whooping cough when he
was three months old, Weused Foley’s Honey
and Tar and I believe it saved his life He is
now big and fat." Foley’s Honey and Tar is a
tine thing to have in the house for whooping
cough, croup, coughs.coids. Sold Everywhere,
Why He Changed His Vote.
A Lewiston man who voted for Wilson
in 1912, tells the Lewiston Journal why
he voted for Hughes in 1916. Says he:
“In 1912 Wilson assured us that he
would reduce the cost of living. In 1912,
I took my pay envelope. $13 50, and went
out Saturday to the store. I bought a
barrel of flour, a bushei of potatoes and
a plug of tobacco. 1 rode home on the
electric car and had $7 left. This year,
just about the same season, previous to
election, I did the same, I took my $13.50
to the store; bought a barrel of flour, a
bushel of potatoes and a plug of tobacco.
I walked home and owed the grocer 70
cents. You can figure it to your own
satisfaction and see where we are benefi
ted by Wilson.”
I I I. .. Ml. I . - - I —
The Scallop Fishery.
The scallop fishermen have deserted
the Monroe Island beds and gone to the
Eastern Bay or into other business. The
fishermen and dealers are still at loss to
know what has suddenly devastated the
beds that once afforded such rich picking.
One theory is that the damage has been
done by star fish, and there will be some
scientific investigation along that line.
The extent of the disaster which it brings
upon Rockland may be judged from the
fact that the fishermen coming to this
port have received $660,000 for their
fares in the past 10 years and a very
large proportion of that money has been
spent right herein Rockland. One fisher
man who has been compelled to quit the
business had just expended $900 for
gear. The fishermen are said to be get
ting some good hauls in the eastern bay.
—Rockland Courier-Gazette.
Killed Coons Out of Season.
The Maine Fish and Game Commission
has been notified by Warden Walter
Larrabee ot the prosecution before
Judge Philip Howard of Rockland of
Fred Nutt of Camden “for killing coons
out of season,” he being found guilty
and fined $10, the limit provided as a
penalty by the law. This is the case
where the torture to death by men and
dogs of several coons was reported in the
Camden Herald, and which aroused such
indignation wherever spoken of.
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PROBATE NOTICES
At a Probate Court held at Belfast, within and
for the County of Waldo, on the 14th day of
November, A. D. 1916.
HENRY PRENTISS of Bangor, County of
Penobscot. a< ministraior, de bonis non.
with tlie will annexed, of the estate of Ellen P.
Frothiugham. late of Belfast, in said Countv of
Waldo, deceased, having presented a petition
praying that a distribution •should be made of
the estate in his hands among the persons
whose names, residences ar.d relationship to
said deceased are given in said petition.
Ordered, That the said petitioner give notice to i
all persons interested by causing a copy of thin
order to be published three weeks successively iu
The Republican Journal, a newspaper published
at Belfast, that they may appear at a Probate
Court, to be held at Belfast, within and for sai<:
County,on the 12th day of December, A.D. 1916,
at ten of the clock before noon, and show cause
If any they have,why the prayer of said petition
er should not be granted.
JAMES LIBBY. Judge*
A true copy. Attest:
Arthur W. Leonard. Register.
At a Probate ( ourt, neid at Belfast, within and
for the County of Waldo, on the second Tues
day of November, a. 1), 1916.
\ certain instrument, purporting to be the
last will amt testament of Doily J. Bryant,
late of Freedom, in said County of Waldo
deceased, having been presented for probate,
Judson B. Bryant and George L. Bryant named
executors in said will to serve without bond.
Ordered, that notice be given to all persons in
terested by causing a copy of this order to be
published three weeks successively in The 10
publican Journal, published at Belfast, that they
may appear at a Probate Court, to be held at He! -
fast, within and for said County, on the second
Tuesday of December next, at leu of the clock
before noon, and show cause, if any they have,
why the same should not be proved, approved
and allowed.
JAMES LIBBY, Judge.
A true copy. Attest:
Arthur W. Leonard, Register.
At a Pit bate Couit neiu at Belfast, within and
for the County of Waldo, on the 14th day of
November, A. 1). 1916.
HESTER M. WENT WORTH of Knox, In said
county, niece of Mary Ellen Goodwin, hue
of Knox,in said County ofj\\ aldo.uteceascd,hav
ing presented! a petition pr ying that the said
Hester M Wentworth, er seme other suitable
person may be appointed administratrix of the
estate of said deceased.
Ordered, That the said petitioner give notice to
all persons interested by causing a copy of this
order to he published three weeks successively
in The Republican Journal, a newspaper publish
ed at Belfast, that they appear at a Probate
Court, to be held at Belfast, w’thin and for said
County,onthe 12th day of December.A.D. 1916,
at ten of the clock before noon, and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of said petition
er should not be granted
JAMES J J BUY, Judge
A true copy. Attest:
Arthur W. Leonard. Register.
At a'Probate Court held at Belfast, within and
for the County of Waldo, on the 14th day of
November, a. 1). 1916.
Florence clement of Mortviue, m said
County, widow of Fred A. Clement, late of
MoLtville, In said County of Waldo, deceased,
haying presented a petition praying that an
allowance be made to her out of the personal
estate of said deceased.
Ordered, That the said petitioner give notice to
all persons interested by causing a copy of this
order to be published three weeks successively
In The Republican .Journal, a newspaper publish
ed at Belfast, that they may appear at a Probate
Court, to be held at Belfast, within and for said
County,on the 12th day of December, A.D. 1916,
at ten of the clock before noon, and show cause,
if any they have,why the prayer of sam petition
er should not be granted.
JAMES LI BUY, Judge.
A true copy. Attest:
Arthur W. Leonard, Register.
At a Probate Court held at Be Past, within anc
for the County of Waldo, on the 14th day c 1
November, A. D. 1916.
CLARA A. CROCKETT of Nortliport, in ‘aid
Couuty, widow of Lesiie Crockett, late of
Nortliport, In said County of \\ aldo, deceased,
having presented a petition praying that an al
lowance may be made *to her out of the per
sonal estate ot said deceased.
Ordered, That the said petitioner give notice to
all persons interested by causing a copy of this
order to he published three weeks successively
in The Republican Journal, a newspaper pub
lished at Belfast, that they may appear at a Pro
bate Court, to be held at Belfast, witliiu and for
said County, on the 12tli day of December, A.I).
1916, at ien of the clock before noon, ami show
cause, if any they have, why tlie prayer of said
petitioner should not be granted.
James LIBBY, Judge.
A true copy. Attest:
Arthur W. Leonard. Register.
WALDO 88—In Court of Probate, held at Bel
fast, on the 14th day of November. 1916.
Joseph W. Adliugton, administrator, on the es
tate ol Addie M. Shaw, late of Winterport, in
said County, deceased, having presented his
first and final account of administration of said
estate for allowance.
Ordered, That notice thereof he given, three
weeks successively, in The Republican Journal,
a newspaper published in Belfast, in said County,
that all persons interested may attend at a Pro
bate Court, to be held at Belfast, on the 12th
day of December, next, and show cause, if any
they have, why the said account should not be
allowed.
JAMES LIBBY, Judge.
A true copy. Attest:
Arthur W. Leonard, Register.
At a Probate Court, held at Belfast, within and
for the County of Waldo, on the 14th day of
November, A. D. 1916,
HARVEY A. SHIBI.es of Knox, executor of
the last will of Edward Shibles, late of
Knox, in said C< unty of Waldo, deceased, hav
ing presented a petition praying that the actual
market value of vajd deceased’s estate, the
persons interested in the succession thereto
and the amount of the tax thereon may lie de
termined by the Judge of Probate,
Ordered, That the said petitioner give notice to
all persons interested by causing a copy of this
oidci to be published three weeks successively
in The Republican Journal, a newspaper publish
ed at Belfast, that they may appear at a Probate
Court, to be held at Belfast, within and B.r said
County, on the l2tn day of December, a. I),
H»l«, at ten of the clock before noon, and show
cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said
petitioner should not be granted.
, , JAMES LIBBY, Judge.
a true copy. Attest:
Arthur \v. Lf.onakd, Register.
YXJ A EDO SS—In Court of Probate, held at Bel
fast, on the 14H. day of November. 1916.
Ellen H. Moody, administratrix on the estate
oi Allen M. Moody. lafe of Lincolville, in said
County, deceased, having presented her first
and final account of administration of s:1i<i es
tate t.»r allowance.
Ordered, that notice thereof be given, three
weeks successively, in The Republican Journal
a newspaper published in Belfast, in s;,i.| County,
that all persons interested may attend at a Pro
bate Court, to be held at Bellast,<<u the 12th of
of December next, and show cause, it any ta«y
have, why the said account should not be allow
ed. JAMES LIBBY. Judg“,
A true copy. Attest:
Arthur W. Lkunahd, Register,
\V a 1.1)0 SS,—in ( ourt of Probate, held at
M Belfast, on the 14th day of November, 1916,
Harvey A. Sliible.*1, executor ot tlo win of Ed
ward .-hibles. late ot Knox, in said County, de
ceased, having presented Ins tirst ai d final ac
count of adminisnalion ol said estate foi al
lowance.
Ordered, that notice thereof he given, three
weeks successively in '1 he Republican Journal,
a newspaper published in Belfast, in -.aid Coun
ty, that ail persons interested may attend at a
Probate Court, to be held at Belfast, mi the 12th
day of December next, and *diow cause, it any
they have, why the said account should not he
allowed.
JAMES E1BBY, Judge.
A true copy. Attest ;
Arthur W. I.kunakd, Register.
: IITA 1.1)0 NS.—In Court ot Probate, !:<• -! at Mel
l YY fast, on the 14th day of Novembei, 191B,
Clara A, Crockett of Nortliport m vnd o.uint.v,
administratrix on the estate ..f Leslie Cr< ckett,
late ol Northport.in said Com t v, deceased, hav
ing presented her first and final acemmt of ad
ministration of said estate for allowance.
Ordered, That notice thereof he given, three
weeks successively, in The Republican .Journal,
a newspaper published in Belfast, in said i•(uni
ty. that all persons interested may attend at a
Probate Court, to be held at Belfast, on the 12tli
day of December next, and show cause, if any
they have, why the said account slmuid not
be allowed.
JAMES LIBBY, Judge.
A true copy. Attest:
ARTlil'lt VY. I.hoNAhi>. Register.
WALDO SS.—In Court of Probate, held at
Belfast.on the 14th day ot November,HUB,
Horace Chenery and Charles 0’Coiine:l. trus
tees under the last will or John Ward, late or
Beifast.iu said County, decease q having pre
sented their hrst account as tiusiees of said
estate for allowance.
Ordered, that notice thereof be given, three
\v eks successively, in lim Republican Journal,
a newspape pubiitdied in Be.last, in said Coun
ty, that all i ersons interested may attend at a
Probate Court, to be held at Belfast.on the i2th
day of December next, and show cause, if any
they have, why the said account >hoiiid not bo
allowed,
JAMES LIBBY , Judge.
A true copy. Attest:
Akthvi: W. J.konam*, Register.
Ij'XKCt’TOlt’S NOTICE, lne subscriber here
J by gives notice that be ! us been duly ap
pointed executor of the last uid and testament
of
FREDERICK S JONES, late of Read nu. Pa.
deceased, and given bonds as the law directs.
All persons having demands against the es
tate of said deceased are desm d to present
the same lor settlement, and all indebted there
to are requested to make payment immediately
to John K. Dun ton of Belfast. Me , mv author
ized agent in the State of Maine.
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m Prince Albert for //
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See ihem ad ihe Be si Theaires
Let us make you acquainted
with the new, hiscmus^^ ^
It’s all that
the name
suggests!
Wrigley quality—
made where
chewing gum
making is a
science.
IMow three flavors:
Don't forget
WRK5LEY5
after every meal
Have a package of each
always in reach
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