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that is anything but economical. It gobbles up the ice that 1S ~ . utteriy fails to do its duty satisfactorily. Then RXwmepay you’to make a change tosomething modern and thorough ly efficient. We sell the Famous Baldwin Refrigerators that show h everv improvement that combines perfect, insulation and sanitation. Top icers and side icers, ice chests, refrigerator suit the needs of the small and the large family. GOOD ENOUGH FOR UNCLE SAM NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU. j the home FURNISHING CO._ SEARSPORT. Miss Elizabeth Nickels of Hebron is the guest of her father, David Nickels. Don’t forget that dollar shoe sale at the Dinsmore Store next Thursday morning. A sociable was held at the M. E. vestry on Monday evening for the benefit of the church. Funeral services of the late Jonathan S. Nickerson were held at his home on Sunday. Mrs. William Curtis and daughter Betty of Everett, Mass., are in town for the season. Mrs. William Shoi-ey and daughter Eleanor of Bath are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Parse. E. P- Smith of Bangor is spending two weeks’ vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. George Colson of Brooklyn, N. Y., has been named George Penrose. Charles Sambrook will act as janitor of the First CongT church, beginning his work in that capacity this week. Joseph and John are the names selected for the twin sous of Mr. and Mrs. Edson Fletcher, born on Wednesday of last week. Miss Faustina Harding, who has for several weeks been the guest of Mrs. E. W. Gilkey, has returned to her home in Prospect. Mrs. Nehemiah Roulstone returned Monday to her home in Dorchester after spending two weeks as the guest of Mrs. Flora Roulstone. Capt. Harry Perry is at home after an absence of two years. During this time he has engaged in coastwise trade between New Y ork and Port Arthur. Dr. and Mrs. A. K. Jackson and daugh ter, Miss Evelyn Jackson of Everett, Mass., have opened their summer home for the months of July and August. Roscoe N. Porter and family have moved into their new home under process of construction on the site of the Sumner j Stevens’ place destroyed by lire in July, 1917. Col. and Mrs. Harold Marr (Mildred Bowen) and son, Harold, Jr., have ar rived in town from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Bowen. Mrs. Ruth Bruce is employed in Bel fast. During her absence, Mrs. Clement Stevens will make her home with Mr. and Mrs.. James Stevens on Steamboat avenue. Capt. Albert N. Blanchard and family of Brooklyn, N. Y., have arrived in town, making the trip in their Locomobile car. J. M. Eames will act as chauffeur during the summer. Capt. Amos Nichols has resigned as Postmaster of the Searsport office, be cause of ill health. Capt. Nichols has served the public in this capacity since May, 1914. Announcement of his suc cessor has not been made public. A large Italian flag, the property of Antonio Croce, is. displayed on Main street. Mr. Croce is a citizen of the United States and deeply interested in the Allied cause for which many of his relatives and friends are lighting. Summer is the time when many are buying books. Why not pass them on to the soldiers when you have read them? Each training camp and hospital has its library for the benefit of the men. Do not make this a scrap heap for undesirable volumes. Send the sort of thing the men will enjoy. Miss Elsie Gilkey will receive the books and guarantee their prompt shipment. $5,260 in War Saving Stamps is the amount pledged upon the 148 cards made out and returned to the local committee. The sum apportioned this town was $31,000. July 5th closed the time allotted for pledging this amount. Stamps are on sale at the Post Office, Bank, Sears port Drug store and the residence of J. H. Duncan on Church street. If you are buying stamps and have not the W. S. S. window card to show that you are sup- ' porting the Government in this way, ask ' for one and place it where it can be seen. Announcement was made at Union Hall ; on Thursday night that, “Searsport is threatened with a ship-yard” Promo- 1 ters of the proposition have spent the past week in town viewing possible lo- 1 cations for a yard. Since the demand 1 for a larger merchant marine fleet, the 1 town’s people have wondered why his- 1 tory could not repeat itself and Sears- * port again build her part of the world’s ! tonnage. This first public announcement 1 of a possible revival of the industry for which the town was once famous was i greeted with a noisy demonstration in 1 its favor. Two sites are approved by the i agents, one on the line of the B. & A. R. i R.; the other, the Carver yard at the foot of Elm street. July 25th is the date set for the annual Guild sale and entertainment of the First Congregational church. During the win ter the weekly meetings of the Guild have been discontinued because of war activity of the members. Occasional meetings have been held and the inter est in the organization has not abated as will be shown by the attractive articles that will be placed on sale. Balsam pil lows, for which the demand is always grest, have been made from fresh fir tips. Gifts from friends have been re ceived from the fancy table. Everything indicates that the sale will be as import ant a social event as in time of peace. The evening’s entertainment will be un der the direction of Miss Louise Dicker son Leib, who has conducted so many successful plays for the benefit of her home church: The sketch selected is bright, up-to-date, and well adapted to present conditions. The cast is made up from a group of local favorites. STOCKTON SPRINGS Mr. Samuel E. Rendell is now employed j in the Sandypoint shipyard. Don’t forget that dollar shoe sale at the j Dinsmore Store next Thursday morning, i Mr. Frank Hopkins, an employee at the Sandypoint shipyard, is a boarder at the Colcord House. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Morrison and fam- ! ily went to Bangor on July 4th to attend the circus in the afternoon. Mrs. J. F. Frye of Montclair N. J., ar- j rived July 3rd to visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Staples. ! Mr. Harold Wardwell of Boston arrived last week for a brief visit, with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Wardwell. Miss Frances Kimball of Brookline, : Mass., is the guest of her aunt, Miss Ma bel F. Simmons, having arrived on the 3rd of July. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Crookson and son Lamont of Newport, Maine, were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Allen. Mr. Norman Taylor of Wellesley, Mass., is employed in the office of the Stockton i Yard, Incorporated, and is boarding with ; the Misses Colcord. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bearse of Wey- ! mouth, Mass., with two children arrived I recently to visit her parents, Mr. and ’■ Mrs. George S. Wardwell. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gardner and little daughter, Elizabeth Cheliis, were the 4th of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Goodhue at their Belfast home. Miss Leora Partridge has sufficiently recovered from a severe bronichal cold to sit on the piazza on pleasant days, but the rainy weather following July 4th kept her again housed. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. St. Germain and family of Greenville are boarding with the Misses Colcord, while looking for rent in the village. He is employed in the Sandypoint shipyard. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gerrity of Bangor, after a visit in Northport, arrived from Belfast, July 2nd, to spend the night with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Treat, who took them to Bangor the following morning. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Stevens of Bel fast motored to Stockton July 4th, bring ng his mother, Mrs. Augustus Stevens of rroy, for a fortnight’s visit with her )lder son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. G. A. itevens. Work at the village shipyard is pro gressing as rapidly as possible. The jladys Taylor is already in frame, and ;xpected to take the water early in No vember, the second schooner following is soon as conditions will permit. Miss Evelyn Pitcher of Boston and iandypoint was the guest of Miss Louise Jhute July 3rd, on a motor trip to Ban jor. The following Friday, Miss Shute visited Miss Pitcher, bringing her home with her to speqd Saturday and Sunday. P. L. Hupper is now fully settled in his lew quarters in the Rendell building vhich he recently purchased. Plate glass vindows, just added, greatly improve the ippearance of his grocery store. His iving apartments will be occupied as loon as soon as finished. ' Mrs. George Ginn and little daughters Jladys and Frances and Mrs. Perry iprague of Brooklyn, N. Y., relthed own last Saturday and are the guests of heir mother, Mrs. Susie M. Rendell at he Trundy cottage at the Sandypoint hore, where they expect to remain for a ouple of months. Mr. Irving H. Merrithew is at present n Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., and writes lis father, Mr. Simeon F. Merithew, that in the first examination the physicians uformed him that he would not be fitted to go across the water. He expects to learn this week what disposition wilt be made for Mm. Miss Ida Merrithew is the banner gar dener of our village, having raised pota toes sufficient for her family 0;.;:. r on July 3rd and having given Mr. i. . . Mrs. Wm. Avery enough for their 4th of July dinner as well. These tubers were started in a hot-bed which accounts for their early maturity. Mr. Bion B. Sanborn has finished the 50 feet addition to his Cash Grocery De partment, one-half being an extension of the store and the remaining 25 feet an : apartment for wet groceries and storage, j A fine glass front refrigerator has been put in, and a new counter and shelves adding greatly to the roominess and gen eral appearance of the store. The new material for the Red Cross Branch in the village arrived July 1st and work began the following day and | will continue regularly on Tuesdays and I Fridays until the July and August allot ment is finished. It is earnestly hoped that a cordial response will be realized as the preparation of these articles is most imperative. j Our new grocer, Mr. John C. Gordon, formerly of Pittsfield, Maine, has opened his cash grocery store and market in the former E. F. Staples store, and is already doing business, with a fine glass-front re I frigerator and a large stock of new goods, i Mrs. Gordon will join him as soon as the I domestic quarters on the second floor have been remodelled to their satisfac tion. Mrs. Dexter Groves of Lynn, Mass., arrived June 28th, called here by the ill ness of her father, Mr. Wm. L. Cleaves, at the home of his nieces, the Misses Col cord. Mr. Groves and son Clayton joined her on July 4th. On Monday morning the Groves family left for home, taking Mr. Cleaves to the Waldo County Hos pital in Belfast, where he will remain for needed recuperation from a case of threat ened pneumonia. On July 3rd, the Current Events Club met informally with Mrs. Charles P. Staples and Mrs. Page Spaulding, to dis cuss plans for spending the day of their monthly outing. It was decided to go to Belfast to attend the afternoon session of the Chautauqua meetings now being held in the city, on July 1 lth, unless rain post pones it to a future day. The hostesses served delicious light refreshments and a very pleasant afternoon was enjoyed. Mr. Lester W. Black met with quite a serious accident in the Sandypoint ship- j yard last week, a heavy bolt falling from j overhead, striking a glancing blow on I the forehead and cutting a deep gash on j the inside of the left hand, seven stitches j being required to close each wound. He will be incapacitated for labor, probably, for some weeks. Fortunately he carries an accident insurance policy. He and his wife are occupying rooms in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Titcomb. July 4th opened with clear sky and i beautiful sunshine—an ideal day for all celebrations and automobile rides. No public demonstrations were held in town, although “Young America” exercised its muscuiar force in banging the bells throughout the day, alter sufficient at tention during the night. Dinner parties of salmon, green peas and strawberries formed the principal celebration for the citizens remaining at home, many going out of town by auto. Everyone felt the seriousness of the present national situa tion and the thoughts of many of our boys already in the trenches, and others liable to be called, threw a sobering in fluence over all. MORRILL Sydney Tibbets has sold his farm to Maurice Wood. Lemuel Woodbury has been sick with the measles, but is doing well now. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark of Jackson called upon friends in town last week. Don’t forget that dollar shoe sale at the Dinsmore Store next Thursday morning. Mrs. E. W. Gray of Arlington, Mass., is a visitor at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood’s. Annie Paul spent several days with her brother Clarence and his wife in Belfast last week. The many friends of Mrs. Frank Bar* low extend sympathy to her in her recent loss of her mother. Flora Murch is spending a week in Camden, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Estella Pearson Scott. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Morgan and family and Frank Blake and family passed a safe and sane 4th at Murphy’s Point, Belfast. Mr. and Mrs. George Dow and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bowen and baby Marion ipe.it the 4th with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Knowlton, in Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hayward were very pleasantly entertained at the home of [lev. and Mrs. Fred Morgan July 6th in lonor of their 6th wedding anniversary. ‘ * LINCCJLNV1LLE. Mrs. Helen Gray of Bangor is a guest of Mrs. Effie Gray Rankin. Mr. Urban Young of Boston passed the 4th with Mr. Earle Young. Eugene Cilley of Boston is a guest at M. H. Cilley’s for a few days. bon’t forget that dollar sale at the Dinsmore store next Thursday morning. Mrs. Carrie Hall arrived Thursday from a two weeks’ .visit in Boston and Malden, Mass. Miss Georgia Hall left Monday for Bel fast, where she is employed as clerk in Miss Hilton’s store. Lawyer Aiken and wife of Bangor have been guests for a few days of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clifton Coggins. Mr. and Mrs. J. Claire Pattee are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a ten pound boy, born July 8th. Mrs. Lena Rankin and Miss Carrie Drinkwater are a-tending the summer school at Castine for a three weeks* ses sion. There will be a ball at Tranquility Hall on Thursday evening, July 18th. Come one and all. Good music and first class management will be maintained. Among those who have purchased new Maxwell cars the past week are Mr. George Mahoney, Lester Gray and Stan ley Cilley. Mr. A. M. Ross has bought a new Ford truck. The 4th passed quietly here, several attending the celebration at Belfast. The ball at the Grange hall was largely at tended, one hundred couples were in at tendance, and a most delightful evening was passed. Fred Dickey of Belfast, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reynolds and baby Dorothy Alice of Camden and Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Dickey and family were most pleasantly entertained on July 4th at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dickey. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Young entertained as guests July 4th Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clements of Belfast, Mr. and Mrs. Rea Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. George Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Young and Miss Georgia Etta Hall. The party was royally entertained. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The Hill school under the direction of their teacher, Miss Georgia Hall, gave a social for the benefit of the Red Cross on Saturday evening and a very interesting patriotic program was presented by the pupils, for which all deserve much credit. I The school room was attractively deco- ! rated for the occasion. After the pro- ; gram ice-cream, cake, coffee, lemonade, fruit punch and home made candies were sold, and the amount of $14.00 was re ceived for the Branch Chapter here. Much credit is given Miss Hall and many thanks is extended to the parents and neighbors who contributed so freely to make the affair a success. Miss Hall is one of our popular and successful teach ers and is teaching her second year in the district. The town wishes to ex press their thanks to Master Robie Gould, who generously donated the flag pole as j a patriotic duty to his district. LIBERTY. C. B. Knowlton has a new Ford car. Miss Mary Rent Dovey had a telephone put into her home last week. Mrs. Wyman Tibbetts has sold her home to Mr. Bert Bradstreet of Palermo, f Don’t forget that dollar sale at the Dinsmore store next Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sherman of Beverly, Mass., arrived Saturday to pass a few weeks. Harry Wyman, who has been home from Portland with his family for a week, returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alton White of Augusta are passing a few weeks at their cottage on Millstone Island. Arthur Sprague of Saco is passing a vacation of two weeks in tov n with his father, Mr. George Sprague. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bowen and infant daughter of Morrill spent July 4th at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Knowlton. Miss Cora Bradstreet, who graduated last year from a hospital in New York City, is in town, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Young. Miss Ella Greeley and Mrs. Meda Lee man, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Beldin in Prentiss the last week, returned home Saturday. Mr. Donald Mathieson, former princi pal of Liberty High school, passed Sun day in town with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hurd, returning to Brunswick Monday. J. J. Welch, C. C. Weeks and Lord Hodgkins, who have been guests of Prof, and Mrs. Peck at their cottage for the past ten days, returned to their home in Concord, N. H., last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Brier of Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. R. S. Brier and Miss Carrie M. Brier of Somerville, Mass., also Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Gay and sons, Brier and Malcolm Gay, of Brooklyn, V. Y., were auto callers at C. M. Hurd’s uly 4th, en route to the summer home of Mrs. R. S. Brier at North Belfast. BELFAST PRICE CURRENT. Corrected Weekly for The Journal. RODUCE MARKET. PAID PRODUCER. Apples, per bbI Hay, 14 00 2 00a3 00 Hides, Rnonc npa 8 50 Ij3mb. Beans’ Y. E., 8 50 LambSkins, 1 50a2 03 Rutter 45a50 Vfutton, Beef, sides, 12al3 Potatoes, 1 25 Beef, ftp, 12 Tound Hog, 28 Cheese, 30 Jtraw, 10 00 Chicken, 35 Turkey, -6a32 Calf Skins, 38 Tallow, “ Duck, 20 Veal r°a““ Furrs 44 Wool, unwashed, 05 Fowl' 30 Wood, hard, 8 58 Geese, 18 Wood, soft, 6 05 RETAIL PRICE. j RETAIL MARKET. Beef, Corned, 22a28 Lime, 1 90 Butter Salt, 18a22 0ats 93 Corn, 1 84 Oat Meal, 8 Cracked Corn, 1 09 Onions, 3 Corn Meal, 1 69 Oi kerosene, 7 Cheese, 32 Pollock, 13 Cotton Seed, 3 15 Pork 33 Cranberries, 10 Rye Meal, 7 Clover seed, 37a42 Shorts, _ 2 70 Flour, 13 00a 13 50 Sugar, 9 l-o H. G. Seed, 5 00 Salt, T. I., 1 10 Lard, 31 Sweet Potatoes, BORN CLEMENT. In Brewer, July 6, to Dr. and Mrs. James D. Clement, a son. FLETCHER. In Searsport, July 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Edson W. Fletcher, twin sons, Joseph and John. POTTLE. In Lincoiuville, July 8, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Claire Pottle, a son. SPEAR. In Belfast; July 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Spear, a son. STEVENS. In Eastport, June 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Roland E. Stevens, a son, Paul Russell, _ ’ MARRIED ALBERT-ThayeR. In Belfast, July 8, by Rev Fr. Timothy J. O’Maliony, Ed ward Albert of Millinocket,.formerly of Quebec, and Miss Della J. Thayer of Belfast. BLAIR-BOWEN. In Belfast, July 3, by Charles S. Bickford, J. P., Michael Blair and Alice Mae Bowen, both of Belfast. Mitchell-Newcomb. In Bucksport, June 21, by Rev. David M. Angell, Wil liam McKinley Mitchell of Foxcroft and Miss Julia Newcomb of Bucksport. Patterson-I.arrabee. In Belfast, July 8, by Rev. J. Wilbor Richardson, William Charles Patterson of Waldo and Mi,s Evelyn Mabel Larrabee of Monroe. Richard Spaulding. In Winterport, July 4, by Ellery Bowden, J. P., Clarence Aubrey Richard of Fort Worth, Texas, and Miss Florence Spaulding of Frank fort. Smith-MOORE. In Bucksport, June 30, by Rev. Henry W. Webb, Joshua L. Smith and Mrs. Julia A. Moore, both of Bucks port. Woyry-DUNBAR. In Belfast, July 3, by Rev. Charles W. Martin,Calvin Woyry and Miss Florence Dunbar, both of Bel fast. ' _ DIED. BOWEN. In Lewiston, July 3, Miss Marian L. Bowen of Belfast, aged 21 years, 2 months and 8 days. DRUMMOND. In Burnham, July 4, Miss Margaret Drummond, daughter of Mr. and Albert Drummond, aged 17 years. HINCKLEY. In Winterport, June 25, Mrs. Lula B. Hinckley, formerly of Blue bill, aged 41 years, 10 months and 13days. JONES. In Bangor, July 4, Horace Jones of Brooks, aged 69 years, 7 months ind 10 days. JOHNSON. In Los Angeles, Calif., July J, Martha Eleanor, widow of the late Dr. Horatio H. Johnson of Belfast, aged 68 years and 5 months. KENNEY. In Bucksport, July 4, Frank Kenney, aged 66 years and 9 months. Burial in Knox. NICKERSON. In North Searsport, July i, Jonathan Nickerson, aged 81 years. PAYSON. In Waldo, July 3, George E. Payson, aged 5 years, 9 months, 7 days. TERRY. In Montville, July 1, Louise S'., wife of J. H. Terry, aged 79 years and II days. Wescott. In Knox, July 5, Mrs. tdeline S. Wescott, aged 86 years, 7 nonths and 22 days. WETHERBEE. In Searsmont, July 9, Martha B. Wetherbee, formerly of Mal len, aged 80 years, 4 months and 20 days. Woodbury. In Belfast, July 4, Mrs. /esta E. Woodbury, aged 48 years. for sale A MCCORMICK ONE-HORSE MOW ng machine in fine condition for only ,12. FRANK H. MAYO, lw28 39 Nortbport Avenue. WANTED At the Waldo County Hospital, pupil i urges. Apply to SUPT. OF NURSES. Chevrolet Roadster MODEL ROYAL MAIL ELECTRIC LIGHTS and STARTER. Everything in first-class condition. Four good tires and one spare tire. Rea son for selling, have bought a larger car. E. I. TILLEY, 28tf Belfast, Maine. A track whip on way from Park to the steamboat wharf. The finder will please return the same to the Journal Office or to Jackson & Hall’s store. 2w28 Caution Notice Whereas my wife, Lillian G. Whit comb, has left me without cause, this is to forbid anyone from trusting her on my account as 1 shall pay no bills of her con tracting after this date. Belfast, July 8, 1918. 3w28* RALPH H. WHITCOMB. WANTED At the Waldo County Hospital, a maid or woman by the day or hour. Apply to SUPT. OF NURSES. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for their kindness at the death of our son and brother; also for the many beautiful (low ers. EDGAR W SAWYER, N. MAY SAWYER. * LOST AUTOMOBILE INNER TUBE on the road betweeu Bangor and Belfast via Swanville and Searsport, Wednesday, July 3. Finder please notify J. W. NICKERSON, lw28* Swanville, Maine. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Peter F. Welch wish to sincerely thank neighbors and friends for kindnesses to them in their late bereavement and particularly for the beautiful floral offerings sent to the funer al, including those from the Masons, the I. O. O. F. and Seaside Spiritual Society. FOR SALE A desirable residential property on High street. Enquire at this office NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I request you to return Mrs. Elijah Phillips’ logging chain that I saw you take from her barn in haying time, year 1916, at twelve o’clock, noon. 2w28* I, SYLVAN US G. COTTRELL. For Sale Cheap KNOX MARINE ENGINE, 31-2 H. P. Fine condition. J. AUSTIN MCKEEN, 26tf Be lfast,Maine. SOUTH MONTVILLE. Don’t forget that dollar shoe sale at the Dinsmore Store next Thursday morning. Roy Bryant and wife of Chicopee, Mass., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Sarah Bryant. Robie Jackson and wife of Bath are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Jackson. We are glad to inform the public that the bridge near the church has been new ly planked. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leighr of Provi lence, R. I-, are spending a few weeks with her brother, C. S. Adams. Will Bowen of Waterville was at J. W. Prescott’s last week after his wife and ihildren, who have been with ber mother ’or a time. July 4th was rather a quiet day with a licnic on Davis’ point. A good time was ] -eported. The boys enjoyed a game of I »se ball in tbe afternoon. FOR SAL! A 5>FCOND=hA\b Cadillac AT Bramhall’s Market state of Maine COUNTY OF WALDO, SS. To the Honorable Jus ice of . Judicial Court next to be h , N;s, within and for the County of ' .. ' fourth Tuesday of September. | j our Lord one thousand nin- j ; eighteen: ■* \ \ FRANCES A. YOUNG ol 1 . j County of Waldo and State of .V . -. . r,;, fully libels and gives this H.-n. • • | be intormed: that she was law j j Charles F, Young ot Belfast a: .y 1 Belfast, on the eleventh day \ i 1910, by Rev, M. S Hill, a mini.'t ? I pel duly authorized to solemn :ii 1 that they lived together as hu | in the State of Maine since sun j since said marriage two clin ir- . born to them, to wit, Charles f- . and Fred B., three years oi \ marriage she has conducted > the said Charles F. Young as a and affectionate wife; yctth* Young, on the fifteenth day * j 1915 at said Belfast, utterly jj libelant and has continued suci, . to the present time, be ng in .-•* consecutive years next prior . this libel. Wherefore your libelant i ru be decreed a divorce from the j mony now existing between h~ Cbarles F. Young; and that sh* the custody of her two minor . Dated at Belfast, Maine, t: j June, A. D, 1918. \ (Signed) FRANC i ] Personally appeared the ah j ces A. Young and made, oath : tions contained in the above ' are true, before me, this first \ D. 1918, H Justice • : STATE OF MAIN; t Waldo ss, [LS J SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT ^ Belfast, July 1- . jj Upon the annexed Libel, it i? the undersigned, a Justice of J‘ notice be given to the Libele* j] an attested copy of the same. b thereof, together with this [j three weeks successively in ■ 5 j Journal, a newspaper printed j county of Waldo, the last j j thirty days at least before the *' T , said Court, to be holden at Be *■.. * for said County, on the four ' J ^ September next, that he may t appear in said Court and answ^: ' see fit. WARREN C. Pi Justice Supreme Ju '■■*>1 ,r .; A true copy of the Libel and rder thereon. j Attest: Geo. 1 Keats*; \ Notice of First Meeting t creditors Id the District Court of the l the District of Maine, Northern t In the matter of John H. ' j, :;Bi-krup*^* McAuliffe, Bankrupt, \ j To the Creditors of John H. McAuatTf. - fast, in the County of Wal<J‘> p‘ aforesaid, a Bankrupt. Notice is hereby given thai or of June, A. D. 1918, the said J ■ A>.. ;l ! l , r„ was duly adjudicated a Baasrue1 '^ $ the First Meeting of his Crei: " held at the office of Dunton & M ' ’ . Bank Building, in Belfast, M<"! J day of August,;A. D. 1918, at tei f4j forenoon, at which time ana 4p. Creditors may attend, prove H point a Trustee, examine tin transact such other business a? come before said meeting. JOHN K. Referee in l< •' **"'• ] Bangor, Maine. July 2, 1918 j SPATE OF MAIN ; Office of Board of Sta ff A • AUGUSTA, -liii' 1 .vl;,: Notice is hereby given j of State Assesors will be in ' „ Court House in Belfast, on ■ , n 23rd day of July, at 9 o’clock 1918, in the County of Wai'1 information to enable tit* just equalization of the tax \ in said County and to invesi - | Df concealment of propert> j tion, of undervaluation and »>i j assess property liable to tax . j C. S. STP.l''1’ . J J. DEAHIH K W. F. I>KK>-"t ^ Boaid of State A"^, ,( F. H. STERLING, Clerk “wanted , ( o0t i A position by young womans lousework in or near Bellas ^jiil Saturday evening or Sumlat a iotel. CLARI0MS FOR WOOD FIRES CLOSED STOVES OPEN STOVES Many styles—many sizes. Suitable for parlor, sitting room, dining room, chamber ' or den, giving without trouble that extra warmth which makes home comfortable. Made r~ht to last for years. A Maine product for Maine people. Thousands , i m use. J WOOD Q IiM’ZOP CO. Bangor, Maine Sold by W. A. Hall, Belfast * FROM GLOWING COALS GLOWING COILS From the cave-woman’s glowing coals to the Electric * Grill of glowing coils is a long, long step. This little * stove does regular kitchen cooking. Insert the plug j and it is ready to begin frying or boiling as quickly as it would take to strike a match, It is a joyous little || helper anywhere, even on the breakfast table. Costs Only 6 Cents an Hour to Operate 1 S here Is a Partial List of Actual Tests of Its Efficiency \ I Minutes Grilled Bacon, 4 1-2 Fried Eggs, 2 shirred Eggs, 4 Steamed Eggs, soft, 4 I -- k' inutei Thick Vea! Steak, 7 Griddle Cakes. Toast, on top, 3.4 Toast, in grid, Of Course You Can live Without It, But Why Should You ? The Price is Only $9.00 PENOBSCOT BAY ELECTRIC CO.