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" i!arlli cannot lie Cured \! APPLICATIONS, as they * the seat of the disease. ,„nl disease, greatly in .. istitutional conditions and , it you must take an in Hall’s Catarrh Medicine ttr ,11y and acts through the L1 mucous surfaces of the sys atarrh Medicine was pre P ,e „f the best physicians in P ■ r years. It is composed of . st tonics known, combined *r the best blood purifiers. mbination of the ingredi | ' . , C atarrh Medicine is what wonderful results in ca I ns Send for testimonials, ! HP.NEY & CO., Props., i Toledo, O. [ ... >ts, 75c. % Pills for constipation. Pi i serving Greens. wrvation with Salt. tuns' dandelion plants as ■ lender and have better f older plants. Those places are less bitter than j 0 bright sunlight. Clean oruughly by rubbing them hands in a deep pan of cold hem through several waters •hey are thoroughly clean, , . -mi them. in stone crock ready and alternate layers of greens fur each two-inch layer of ,a sprinkling of salt. Use half of salt to a ten-quart , i layer of salt on the top. uuble thickness of cheese inverted plate on next down with a clean, heavy - u a cool place. If the salt ( the weight have not ex i-nt brine to cover the i uurs, prepare a brine made i e-half cup of salt in one and pour enough of this ns to come up to the in I'he top layer should be e brine There will be some .i hut as soon as this stops nir melted paraffin around plate to form a seal, reens are to be used in the : the desired quantity should the hrine, rinsed well, and ■ ik in cold water for several ) greens should then be cooked ! as when fresh. -ing beans, spinach, swiss r greens may be successfully ibis way for winter use. ('.inning Greens, and thoroughly wash the steam them until they are j Ited. (This generally takes ■ hut tf a larger quantity of j a. amed at one time it may ] k r par the steam to permeate to f the mass.) The greens may j lulled if they are put in a ! hag, (blanching bag* similar , case. After steaming, the | ( :M he given a cold dip or! cold water. Do not allow j u remain standing in the ! I ircens should then be squeezed | remove the excess water; J if the bag and cut up with a i *>” ■! ic They should be packed, j mto clean glass jars, with ! a position. One-half teaspoon ] | aid be added to each pint of j the jars partially sealed. -r ~ must be processed or cook- ; liing water for one and one-half | j jurs to insure the killing of all ! ' that the product may keep, j ,mg kettle or receptacle for ! mild be sufficiently deep so! ( a liter may be at least one inch ' 1 > p.ps of the jars and the jars j ' m a false bottom or rack in j the bottoms of the jars may plicated by coming in direct ' with the bottom of the kettle. i should have a close-fitting j if i straight-sided pail or kettle he canner it may be well to "!> about one-third (1-3) full of 1 when the jars are put into it add boiling water to the re- I r"’ amount, taking care not to pour I ii water directly onto the jars. | “tS!r,dial that the water in the pro-' s t kettle be raised to the boiling ; - ... as possible and that it be 1 for one and one-half <1 1-2) i considerable length of time i,j elapse after the greens are bpped, before they are brought to " ■ ■ S point in the canner, they may [ i Hat, sour taste, so it is essen ce that they reach the boiling ‘"on as possible after packing t ' : jars. ‘ 1 l_ Jars should be removed from the i. ‘ ‘"id completely sealed at the end or processing period. When cold, they Pe stored in a dark place to pre- . ^fading. The cold dip is a great help ; "mg a good color in the greens. 4"o practically a peck of greens to ! i-lwrl jar. ! J111 'imimer, the Emergency Home ,.415,1 rat ion Agents of the various dis- '■ ^ 1 the State will hold canning J1'1 rations in towns where the work , 4red If you wish a demonstration Sj“or town you may secure one by j ms your district agent or the Home 1 JJi'»nics Extension Division of the , ■St of Agriculture, Orono, Maine. . CASTOR IA For Infants and Children "Use For Over 30 Years Shears - \ Creof | SWANVILLE. Mr. Wm. McKinley Damm a student at Dartmouth arrived Monday to spend his vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard and Miss Mafgaret Trundy of Glenburn and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peavey of Bangor were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Trundy May 19th. The Milk Producers Association organ ized here May 17th. There are 16 mem bers with the following officers: Presi dent, H. P. White; vice president, A. D. Moody; secretary and treasurer, F. P. Webb. The State superintendent was here from Augusta also Mr. Donahue and Mr. Edward Evans. The community was greatly saddened by the death of “Aunt Nan,” widow of the late Capt. T. D. Nickerson. Although her health had been failing for years the end came unexpectedly at last. She was a great favorite with young and old, a devoted wife and mother. Her genial presence will be greatly missed. She leaves one daughter, Miss Harriet M. Nickerson and one niece, Miss Ruth Hus ton, to mourn the loss of a most estimable woman whose place can never be filled. She was very dear to her numerous friends and a profusion of beautiful flow ers expressed their sympathy for the be reaved. Rev. Arthur Blair was sum moned from Livermore Falls to conduct the funeral services. Mr. Charles H Black of Chelsea, Mass., Mr. Lafayette Black of Houlton and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moody ot Winterport were here to attend the services. CENTER MONTVIELE. Penson Clement has sold his auto truck to Herman Merriam of Morrill. Miss Inez Barker, K. N., was called, recently to take care of Hon.L C. Morse, who is very ill. Wilbur Brown, with a crew of men, has been pressing hay at Stanley Curtis’ which he bought last fall. Ethel Thompson has been spending a week with relatives in Waterville to have some dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Watts and little daughter Ernestine of Waterville were recent guests of friends in town. Ormandel Morse has sold his five year old colt to L. A. Bowler of Palermo, and bought a fine driving horse of Earle Howes. L. B. Greenwood, the singing evange list who is holding meetings in Morrill, held two services at the Grange hall re cently with good attendance. Mrs. B. L. Aborn of Knox has been in town in the interest of the agricultural ind canning clubs. Mr. and Mrs. Perley 'Mien are taking charge of it, and have a lumber of boys and girls interested in it. SWANVILLE CENTER. Ralph Brown has gone to Bath where lie has employment. Fred Curtis of Belfast and Swanville ras purchased a line span of horses. Mrs. Eliza Webber of Monroe, who vis ted Mrs. Sarah Briggs recently, has re urned home. Simeon Nickerson, a former resident of his town, was here recently calling on ’riends. Mrs. A. A. Barden, who has visited her ion Fred for several weeks, has returned ,o her home in Winterport. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Clement and laughter of Winterport were recent guests >f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barden. Hermon Bachelder, who spent the win ,er in Avila, Cal., arrived home May 8th. rfe will carry on his farm this summer, ind plans to return to California this fall. Mrs. Mattie Moore entered the Tapley rlospital May 17th and was operated on vlay 18th. Her friends will be pleased to earn she is doing as well as can be ex >ectea. MORRILL. A summer boarder, Marion Clara, lias irrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bowen. Millard Nickerson from Colby and Leona and Lemuel Woodbury from E. M. J. S. spent the week-end at home recent ly.' Evangelist Lawrence Greenwood of Boston has been conducting revival meet ings here for the past fortnight. Meet n gs every evening at 8 o’clock, except Saturday, and every afternoon at the parsonage at 3 o’clock except Saturday. Mr. Greenwood is a very interesting and forcible speaker and fine singer. There has been a large attendance every even ing, many coming from surrounding towns. They are gladly welcomed. A goodly number of young people have been iwa kened into newness of life, and more are coming. ORRINE SAVED HIM FROM DRINK This scientific preparation promptly kills all desire for whiskey, beer and other intoxicants. It can be given in the home secretly. No sanitarium expenses. No loss of time. We are so sure that Orrine will benefit that we say to you, if, after a trial you fail to get any benefit,-your money will be refunded. Costs only $1.00 a box. Ask us for free booklet about Orrine. Read & Hills, Main Street, Belfast, Maine. TROY. Mrs. Lizzie Hopkins is reported as re covering nicely from her recent operation in Waldo County Hospital. Her homfe physician, Dr. C. M. Whitney of Unity, performed the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taylor and daugh ter, Miss Izer Whiting of Pittsfield, were recent guests of Mrs. Taylor’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Miss Izer is a graduate of the Emerson School of Ora tory, Boston, and during her vacations never fails to visit her grandparents, in the home of her birth, who share with her the delight of her home coming. Only two of our Troy boys, Wilbur Carter and John Getchell, are ordered to leave for Camp Devens, May 29th. Much sympathy is felt for the widowed mothers, left alone with the care of the farm. Much regret is felt at the Center that the only available blacksmith, Mr. Getchell, is to leave. The remains of Willard Parsons of Con cord, Mass., were brought to Troy, May 15th, for interment in Fairview Cemetery. He was nearly 61 years of age. For the past thirty years he has held many im portant positions in Concord, Mass. Among his many bequests, he leaves to Troy, his native town, $20,000, half of this sum for the benefit of the poor; the other half to educate poor boys. He also leaves $1,000 for the care of Fairview Cemetery. He was the only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Braddock Parsons. Early in life he married Miss Laura Hig gins of Thorndike, a victim of consump tion, who lived but twTo years after their marriage. He was a noble boy of whom I Troy is justly proud. WHITE’S CORNER. Winterport. — 1 Miss Louise Libby made a brief visit at her home here May 17th. W. E. Hebard of Carmel joined his wife at Hon. C. M. Conant's recently. Mrs. Julia White visited Mrs, Marga ret York in Swanville recently. Mrs. Herbert Richardson of Lynn, Mass., visited Mrs, C. B. Jewett while in town. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Ward and friends have been guests of A. G. Larby and family. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Croxford of Dix mont, were recent guests of C. H. Libby and family. Mrs. S. P. Stevens of Monroe has spent several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Nealey. Edmund Clement and party, L. A. White and family, M. A. Haley and fam ily were members of an auto party to Searsport recently. Maurice Wing and family of Hampden j and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luce and chil dren of Newburg have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nealey. IREEDOM. Mr. John Elliott lost a valuable cow May 15th. Mr. Gustave Billows injured his arm quite badly while working in his field recently. Mr. Isaac Reynolds arid son Earl have employment with the Turner Creamery Company in Unity. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lane, who passed several days with their daughter, Chris tine Flye, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kenney of Knox passed graduation week with Mrs. Ken ney’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Say wards. Miss Cecilia Bradstreet from Bangor, passed May 19th and 20th with her broth er, Herbert Bradstreet, returning to her work for the A. P. Company in Bangor, May 21st. Rev. A. E. Wiison, of the Unitarian church in Belfast, preached a very inter esting baccalaureate sermon Sunday af ternoon, May 19th, and his lecture in the evening was very interesting. DODGE’S CORNER, Searsport. Mrs. Fred E. Stinson is slowly gaining in health. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Matthews and fam ily of Union recently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J Matthews. • Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Seeley went to Collinsville,' Conn., May 15th, to attend the funeral of her father, Austin Beck with, who was taken there for burial. Mr. Beckwith who was failing in health came to Swanville two years ago to spend the remainder of his days with his daughter, Mrs. Seeley, and husband, who have given him the best care. HUMPHREYS* The full list of Dr Humphreys Remedies ior internal and external use. meets the needs of families lor nearly every ailment from Infancy to old age—described in Dr. Humphreys' Mauual mailed free PARTIAL LIST ’Jo. FOR 1. Fevers, Congestions. Inflammations 2. Worms, Worm Fever 3. Colic, Crying Wakefulness of Infant* 4. Diarrhea of Children and adults 7. Courfhs, Colds. Bronchitis 8. Toothache, Faceaehe. Neuralgia 9. Headache, Sick Headache Vertigo lO. Dyspepsia,Indigestion.W eak Stomach 13. Croup, Hoarse Cough. Laryngitis 14. Eczema, Eruptions. 15. Rheumatism, Lumbago 10. Fever and Ague, Malaria 17.Pllaa, Blind. Bleeding. Internal. External 19, Catarrh, Influenza. Cold in Head 20, Wbooplnd Coutfh 21, Asthma. Oppressed. Difficult Breathing 27, Disorders of the Kidneys 30, Urinary Incontinence 34. Sore Throat, Quinsy 77, Grip, Grippe. La Grlppa For sale by druggists everywhere. HUMPHREYS’ HOMF.O. MEDICINE CO., Corner William and Ann Streets. New York. SAWDUST For sale at N. Young’s Mill in Belmont. Price 50c. per cord. 3m20p WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOUR AD. IN THE JOURNAL i Save Fuel Wisely Saving fuel is working hand in hand with the Government these days. And one way to save wisely and well is to use So-CO-NY —the quality gasoline. It means minimum consumption and maximum power. Inferior, low-grade mixtures mean waste in the form of increased consumption, lost power and excessive carbon deposits. There’s power in every drop of So-CO-NY. It’s clean, quick starting; reliable; obtainable everywhere. Look for the Red, Whits and Blue SO-CO-NY Sign. It’s the wise way to save fuel Fuel-saving Here Means Life-saving There STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW YORK I and Vie wort* best CajoHm I g j SO-CO-NY MOTOR GA8QLIMS THEY’RE COING ONE BY ON9. The men who fought at Gettysburg and won at Malvern Hill, Who guarded the Potomac when the night was dark and chill, Who held the gray-clad hosts at bay up on Antietam’s day And rode with gallant Farragut thro’ fire in Mobile Bay— Who went with Sherman to the sea with battle flags unfurled And nobly won the wonder and the envy of a world— They’re going one by one today, the camps are getting small, And soon the summer roses will be bloom ing over all. We know them by the snowy hair and by the footsteps slow, They are the boys who manned the guns so many years ago Who guarded once the rivers that went singing to the sea, And saw across the rolling tide the force ful lines of Lee; And now they’re going one by one into that peaceful rest, The badge of loyalty and love upon each manly breast. Erelong the last old veteran will sleep upon the hill, And God will plant his roses where all is bright and still. Boschee’s German Syrup. Why use ordinary cough remedies, ] when Boschee's German Syrup has been j used so successfully for fifty-two years j ii^ all parts of the United States for coughs, bronchitis, colds settled in the throat, especially lung troubles. It gives the patient a good night’s rest, free from coughing, with easy expectoration in the morning, gives nature a chance to soothe the inflamed parts, throw off the disease, helping the patient to regain his health. Sold by W. O. Poor & Son. RfCOKD Of lHf PAST No Stronger Evidence Can be Had In Belfast. Look well lo their record. What they have done many times in years gone by is the best guarantee of future results. Anyone with a bad back; any reader suf fering from urinary troubles, from kidney ills, should find comforting words in the following statement: w. J. Heal, retired farmer, 60 Miller St., Belfast, says: “I have suffered with my back arid kidneys. At times my back ached so it was difficult for me to stoop over or straighten up. Since then when my back troubled me, I got Doan’s Kid ney Pills and they soon removed the backache and corrected all difficulties with my kidneys. I take this medicine occasionally and it keeps my kidneys in shape.” (Statement given November 19, 1904.) Colds Affect the Kidneys. On November 1, 1916, Mr. Heal said: “I have every bit as much confidence in Doan’s Kidhey Pills now as when I gave my former endorsement of them. At times, when I have caught cold, I have noticed a slight return of kidney trouble, but Doan’s Kidney Pills have never failed to give me prompt relief.” Price 60c. at all dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that Mr. Heal had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buf falo, N. Y. FOR SALE A covered buggy in good condition. For particulars apply to MRS. W. E. MARSH, Corner Church and Market Streets tfl9 Belfast, Maine. Waldo, SS.—Supreme Judicial Court (L. S.l April Term, 1918. Carrie M. Hamlin vs. Harmon Powers, alias Newton Leroy Golden, alias George Leonard Turner. And now it appearing to the Court, that Harmon Powers, alias Newton Leroy Golden, alias George Leonard Turner, the defendant, has not had sufficient notice, it is Ordered, that notice of the pendency of this action be given to the said Harmon Powers, alias New ton Leroy Golden, alias George Leonard Tur ner, by publishing an attested copy of the pe tition in the same, or an -abstract thereof, together with this order thereon, three weeks successively in The Republican Journal, a newspaper printed in Belfast, in the County of Waldo, the last publication to be thirty days at least before the next term of this Court, to be holden at Belfast, within and for the County of Waldo, on t, e fourth Tuesday of September, 1918, that he may then and there appear and answer to said suit, if he shall see cause. Attest—GEO. I. KEATING. Clerk. A true copy of the petition and order thereon. A test-GEO. 1. KEATING, Clerk. STATE OF MAINE. Waldo, ss. Carrie M. Hamlin vs. Harmon Powers, alias Newton Leroy Golden, alias George Leonard Turner. To the Honorable, the Justice of our Supreme Judicial Court next to be holden at Belfast, within and for said County, on tne third Tuesday of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eighteen. Respectfully Represents, Carrie M. Ham lin of|Stocxton Springs, in the County of Wal do and State of Maine:* 1. That she is now and has been for more than two years immediately p eceding the filing of this complaint, a resident of said Stockton Sorings. in said County. 2 That the plaintiff married the aeienaant, whose true name is Harmon Powers, under the assumed name of Newton Leroy Golden, at said Stockton Springs, on January 16, 1917, whose residence is to the plaintiff unknown; that the marriage ceremony was performed by Reverend Ashley A. Smith of Bangor. Maine, a Minister of the Gospel duly authorized to solemnize marriages; and that ever since said marriage she has been known by the name of Carrie M. Golden; that said parties lived to gether as man and wife at said Stockton Springs until the fourth day of October, 1917, when said defendant separated from said plaintiff and absconded and now resides out side the State of Maine, and that the plaintiff always believed th .* defendant's name to be Newton Leroy Golden until after said separa tion. 3. That at the time jf said marriage to said plaintiff the defendant had a former wife liv ing whom he married under the name of George Leonard Turner, and that the defend ant’s marriage with said former wife was then, to wit, at the time of the plaintiff’s mar riage to the defendant, in force and undissolv ed by decree of divorce or otherwise. 4. That the residence of said defendant is not known to the plaintiff and cannot be ascer tained by reasonable diligence, which reason able diligence she has exercised. Wherefore the plaintiff prays that said marriage between her and the said defendant mentioned in the complaint be annulled and declared and decreed to be wholly null and void, and that the plaintiff have such other and further relief as the circumstances of the case require. Dated this nineteenth day of March, A D. 1918. CARRIE M. HAMLIN. Stockton Springs, March 18,1918. Personally appeared the above named Carrie M. Hamlin and made oath that the statements made in the furegoing complaint are true to the best of her knowledge and belief. Before me, [L. S ] ALBERT M. AMES, 3w22 Notary Public. F. W. BROWN, Jr., Attorney and Counsellor at Lav, BROOKS, MAINE. ! Practice in all of the. Courts of Maine I . - quarries, Factory —-Locations Mill Sites, Farms,Sites for Summer Hotels and Camps LOCATED ON THE LINE Oh THE MAINE CENTRAL RA1LR0AI give opportunity to those desiring to make a change in location for a new star\ in life. Undeveloped Water Power Unlimited Raw Material AND Good Farming Land AWAIT DEVELOPMENT. Communications regarding locations are invited and will receive attention? when addressed to any agent of the MAINE CENTRAL, or to ‘.NDUSTRIAL BUREAU MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD, PORTLAND. MAINE. For Sale ONE STEAM 4 H. P. Engine IN GOOD CONDITION AND STEAM PUMP INQUIRE AT THE REPUBLICAN JOURNAL OFFICE BELFAST, MAINE. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE | Dissolved in water for douches stops I pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam* 1 ■nation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinlcham Med. Co, for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, | sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. | HORSE FOR SALE APPLY TO A. S. HEAL, Belfast, Maine, Maine Cenirai R. R. BELFAST AND BURNHAM On and after Jan. 20, 1918, trains connecting at. Burnnam and Watervilie with through trains for and from Bangor, Watervilie, Portland and Boston, will run daily, except Sunday, as fol io -vs: I ROM BELFAST A M PM Belfast depart.... ... r* 00 1 30 Citypoint. f7 05 t 1 35 Waldo. . ♦ 7 15 ‘ 1 45 Brooks . 7 27 1 57 Knox. 17 39 t2 09 Thorndike. 7 45 2 15 Unity. 7 53 2 24 Winnecook."... 'S 03 <2 33 Burnham, arrive. 8 15 2 45 | Bangor. 12 05 5 35 Clinton . 8 34 5 38 Fairfield. c8 44 5 49 Watervilie. 8 49 3 1 i* Portland. 11 45 5 55 Boston, p m. •••• . 3 3l* 9 2o TO BELFAST AM AM Boston. 3t0 9(0 PM Portland. 7 00 12 40 AM j Watervilie. 7 15 10 10 3 33 Bangor. 6 50 - 1 45 Fairfield. 7 21 10 17 t3 40 Clinton . 7 31 10 27 3 63 Burnham, leave. 8 35 10 50 4 10 Winnecook..^. f8 45 ill 00 |4 20 Unity . 8 54 11 30 4 29 Thorndike. 9 02 11 45 4 37 Knox. (9 10 til 55 r4 45 Brooks. 9 25 12 26 5 00 Waldo. 19 35 »12 40 t5 10 Citypoint. »9 45 rl 05 t5 20 Belfast, arrive. 9 50 1 20 5 25 tFlag station. c—Stops to leave passengers. Unlimited tickets for Boston are now sold at $6.33 from Belfast, M. L. HARRIS, General Passenger Agent. D. C. DOUGLASS, General Manager. Portland Maine. Male Help Wanted. SEAMEN Chance for Advancement—FREE. U S. Shipping Hoard free navigation school at Rockland trains seamen for < fficers’ berths in new Merchant Marine. Short cut to the bridge. Two years’ sea experience required. Native or naturalized citizens only. Course six weeks. Mililaiy exemption. Apply at school, Federal Building, Rockland. tfl4 Seth W. Norwood, Attorney at Law. BROOKS. MAINE Eastern Steamship Lines INCORPORATED. BANGOR LINE Leave Belfast Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1.45 p. m., for Camden, Rockland and Boston. Leave Belfast Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8.45 a. m., for Searsport, Bucksport, Winterport and Bangor. RETURN, leave India Wharf, Boston, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 5 p.m. Leave Bangor Monday, Wednes day, Thursday and Saturday at 10.00 a. m., for Boston and intermediate landings. FRED W. POTE, Agent, Belfast, Maine. CHICHESTER S PILLS TlliCmMCND PRAND. a Lad Ion! Ask jour Druecht for /*\ Chl-t>he*-ter’s l>lamondltrand/A\ FIJI* in Red and Bold n.etallic\V/ bofces, sealed with Blue Ribbon. V/ Take no other. Buy of yotir ’ DrunlM. AskforCiri.nn<:(&.TER'<l DIAMOND BRAND FILLS for 25 year* known as Best,Safest. Always Reli-i! !• SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE