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OIL STOVES One, two, three and four burners. [ a (so Ovens for the same. | ]he Perfection is THE Successful Oil . tove. For sale in Belfast by FRED D. JONES T!^ News oi Belfast. NfX, uiVERTISEMENTS. 1 rt, store’s Dollar Shoe Sale „mg at 8 o’clock. Se< r , special bargains offeree r ir their special deliver} I rmshing Co. is advertis ' jinmock, which can be set Trices 510 to $22.50. ; Colonial Theater foi Sec -nal Bank of Belfast anc \ .nal Bank publish state Jii.on. c . , Lland Telephone and Tele - -lotice of how a few make f. ' i-.-tly. Bay Electric Co. adver , at. Electric Grill, which hakes and tries, v ounty Hospital wants a - Keen advertises for sec \ i;.j --to.es. I.emos bowling alley for a - -le al reasonable terms, niton Real Estate Co. ad :--iand goods for sale. Staples, Leander, Marion .S’ -lies publish a card of t!l3! . : is offering a few light - h and without canopy tops. - few second-hand cars for alls at his salesroom to Briscoe Touring car. He nted agent for the Fordson . lie will have on sale in a Whitcomb, Mr. and Mrs. oinb, Mrs. Percy Leman ■ - Clements publish a card U -on, collector, gives notice i l-il8 are now in his hands. K ned until Sept. 1st. has for sale a Reo 5 pas ..g car in good condition. - ng car with improvements - at 14 Church street or call Kir will pay mgnest prices ::k, iron, bags and rags. ago you could buy 20 lbs. of j_ dollar—now you can buy 10 ky And yet shoes at One 1, at the Dinsmore Store today. idon has sold the Rnowlton called, on Congress street to maid arid has bought the A. .re on Cedar street, which he r jp\. • K Nichols of Yale College, isss •■■•on sphagnum mosses, is tour s; the interest of locating this ; j li can be used by the Red ■ of absorbent cotton, when Nr. Nichols spent several nipany with H. L. Woodcock juest of the sphagnum and rying Quantities at several : ' ,i. abundance at Cross Pond, Mills district. Thursday ’ ■ Nichols gave a most enter : nthe High school room us N toptiron to magnify the speci **> N- i and giving a detailed ac 8,1 itcir growth, peculiarities and ring for Red Cross uses. He s l;r are indebted to Germany for lit , ..ry That country and Canada “ r been using it to a great extent and 'eqmre.i the districts north of New *,Sf " 11 .apply an abundance. The *“8iun grows on bogs, marshes and r,Ki ' »'H!er over peat formations prin '»i, rhey form a remarkably dis gronp, about forty in all, only four ‘ ! an be used commercially. The "" ""tain abundant aQueous tissues '"Med ..f colorless cells, interspersed ' 1 ,lf*se containing chloroplasts. Some ’‘"N'-Sare used by florists for packing ” I here was a small audience ***“* 5 l"e lecture on account of the --.limver at the hour of opening. “Going up” says the elevator man. “Going Up” says every other man. Yet shoes at One Dollar a pair at the Dins more Store today. A telephone yesterday from Dean Mer rill of the University of Maine held up i the sale of sugar in several of the Belfast i stores, then selling only in two pound i lots. He said about eight hundred stores j in Maine would not be able to handle sugar in any form until the release order ; was received from headquarters. George H. Robertson has resigned as clerk in the Owen Clothing store and has | opened a job printing plant in Hayford j block next the Central Market and op ; posite the Locke store. This is simply ; enlarging the plant he has been conduct ing for several years at his home. He | will also continue his picture post card ! business and has a fine dark room fitted 1 up with every convenience. He will do I developing for amateur photographers. j Maine has been called upon to complete j the entrainment for Boston of 255 men ! who have had at least a Grammar school 1 education or its equivalent and who have j some aptitude for mechanical work, to report to commanding officers at Went ! worth Institute on August 15th for in struction as sheet metal workers, auto mechanics^blacksmiths, carpenters, elec tricians, gas engine men and gunsmiths.” ! No instruction has been received in regard i to city or county. • Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Howes of this | city received a letter Monday from their son, Allen Moody Howes, who enlisted . four months ago in the aviation service, t saying that he had been commissioned : Sergeant, and is in the balloon section of j the service under Col. Hersey, now at j Fort Omaha, Neb. This branch of the , service is the most interesting, and in his • recent commission young Howes has sixty men in his command. He is deeply interested in the work and is anxious to go to France. i North Belfast. The epidemic of I mumps and measles is somewhat subsid ing. The family of Mr. Winifred Lufkin , has been confined with both diseases, but j most of the children are now out. There are few other cases at present.Mrs. Relief Brier and family are again occu pying their summer homes here.Mrs. Arthur Coombs has been on the sick list j ! but is recovering.So far if has been impossible to hold but one evening ser- ! ! vice on account of the storms which » have come on Sundays. Last Sunday | evening it was again necessary to post- j pone the Travel Talk, “The Smallest Among the Allies’’ to next Sunday even ing. Since the church is only open for a short time during the summer, should it not be for the pleasure and profit of all, to stand by those services thus helping enthusiasm by numbers. Poor’s Mills. Some of the farmers began haying in this vicinity this week, i ....Joseph Hall of Natick, Mass., has been a recent guest of his sister, Mrs. M. O. 1 Wilson....Mrs. Arthur Johnson and son of Brockton, Mass., are visiting Mr. and ' Mrs. Stillman Flood....Mrs. Luella Brown, , who is recovering from typhoid fever, wishes to thank her neighbors and friends j for the postcard shower sent her, also | for flowers and dainties.Miss Marian Brown of Massachusetts, a nurse in train ing, has returned to her duties after caring for her mother the past three weeks. .. Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Wood have moved into J. F. Sheldon’s house for the sum mer.... M. O. Wilson has sold his farm to ^ a party in Clinton. They will remain on the place until fall....Mr. and Mrs.' Volney Thompson and son of Montville were callers at Mrs. Luella Brown’s one day last week....Newton Strong of Boston, Mass., is at Henry Wentworth’s for the 1 summer. FRUIT JARS WE HAVE A COMPLETE LIU OF Atlas,” “Genuine Lighting,, “Economy,” “Eureka,” and “Ideal” Fruit Jars f in the half pint, pint, quart and 2 quart sizes.* Also * ECONOMY and MASON JAR CAPS, GOOD LUCK I and BURBANK SPECIAL ttUBBERS. Jobbers report I a shortage of Fruit Jars, so if you need any this sea- 1 son we believe it would be well to i BUY NOW. I Fred D. Jones, Belfast, Me., I SUCCESSOR TO CARLE S JONES. 1 The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Charlotte Applin, 28 High street, Friday afternoon. There will be an important meeting dt A. E. Clark Camp, S. of V., next Mon day evening, when every member is urged to be present. The following unclaimed letters remain in the Belfast postoflice for the week ending June 16, 1918: Ladies: Mary Chis holm, Agnes Healey, Mrs. Chas. E. Wood. Gentlemen: P. W. Danforth, C. W. Dyer, F. B. Mayo. G. B. Marsano of this city is circulat ing a petition for aid for Italian sufferers and the Italian ambulance service in this present war. He would be pleased to have anyone interested to call at his store and help in any way. Prof. Arthur Gordon Leacook of Phil lips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H., was in Belfast recently with the idea of work ing in the Frost shipyard, but concluded not to undertake it after looking over the situation. He is the Greek Professor at the Academy. The Dickey-Knowlton Real Estate Co. of this city have recently sold for Charles M, Hall of East Boston, Mass., his farm in East Belfast, to Montelle Abbott of Ann Arbor, Michigan, who is already oc cupying the place having moved here fol lowing the sale the past week. Mrs. Grace E. Wing of Auburn was in Belfast last Friday and appointed Mrs. Charles Bradbury chairman of the Maine Women’s Movement in the Fourth Na tional Liberty Loan Drive. Mrs. Wing will be present at the State committee meeting in Augusta and later will attend the National meeting in Chicago. At the annual meeting of the I. O. O. F. Association held July 10th Ralph H. Howes, Jas. S. Harriman, Ralph D. Southworth, Dr. D. P. Flanders, Robert F. Dunton, A. E'. Hutchins and Fred \. Cottrell were elected directors with Mr. Howes president, Samuel Adams, clerk and Clifford J. Pattee, treasurer. ! Capt. C. B. Swett is making extensive , improvements at his new residence on : Spring street, which he recently bought j of the Brackett estate. They include two dormer windows and a bath room in the main house, a sunparlor, a new kitchen, etc., in the ell. It will be ready for his occupancy early in September. Judge Maurice W. Lord has been so successful in conducting his weir on the Lord shore at Little River t hat he has applied for a license to build another at Murphy's Point, not far from his own shore. Francis H. Robartof Boston was before Judge Maurice W . Lord of the Municipal Court last Saturday on complaint of Game Warden Besse of Thorndike for illegal fishing in Megunticook Lake. He admitted that he did not have a license, but also said that he had caught no fish but had just begun fishing when the Warden caught him. He was fined $10 and costs, amounting to $16.78. On next Tuesday evening will occur the Community Rally with Junior Patri ots’ Parade, Play Festival and Ticket Hunt. Free to everybody. On Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 the opening concert of the Community Chautauqua by the Fisher Shipp Concert Co. $2.20 buys a season ticket for this great five days’ program. You will save money if you buy your ticket from the local committee. Ar rangements are being made for jitney service from Stockton, Searsport and Northport to each afternoon and evening performance. A special meeting of the guarantors of the Community Chautauqua was held at the Municipal Court room last Friday evening. Morris L. Slugg presided and there was a large number present. Charles E. Rhoades, chairman of the ticket com mittee, reported encouraging sales; Lyn wood B. Thompson reported all plans ready for the tent to be pitched on the Court street side of school common, with a large seating capacity. The programs will be distributed the last of this week giving illustrations of some of the best entertainers on the American plattorm today. Buy a season’s ticket. Miss Mary A. Bickford of this cuy, who spent the winter at Brooklyn, N. Y., with her niece, Mrs. Harvey Self, is now at Bound Brook, N. J., with her and will not come east as usual. In a personal note Miss Bickford refers to seeing the many troops on their way to France. She also says that Mrs. Self and friend, Jessie Lockett, have earned about 31,000 singing for the Red Cross besides knit ting sweaters, stockings, etc. Miss Bick ford’s many friends here will regret not seeing her this summer, but are pleased that she is improving in the invigorating mountain air at Bound Brook. Mrs. H. E. McDonald planned and very successfully carried out a genuine sur prise party in honor of the 85th birthday, of Mrs. Harriet F. Horne who lives in the McDonald family. The guests were Mrs. Georgia S. Pendleton, Mrs. John W. Ferguson, Mrs. Frank B. Knowlton, Mrs. , William B. Swan, Mrs. Albert M. Carter, Mrs. Arthur E. Wilson, Miss Charlotte W. Colburn. She received regrets from Mrs. Harriet P. Adams, Mr. Thomas W Pitcher, Rev. and Mrs. Adolph Rossbach. Mrs. Wilson and Miss Ruth Billings as sisted Mrs. McDonald in serving refresh ments. Mrs. Horne was the recipient of flowers, cards, etc. The Santa Barbara, Calif., News and Independent of Jtily 3rd, has the follow ing in regard to a family well known in Belfast, Mr. F. A. Conant’s forer homem: “Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Conant of East Valerio street are expecting the arrival tomorrow from Los Angeles of their son and his bride, Lieut, and Mre. Frederic Conant, whose marriage was an event of Saturday. Lieut. Conant, who has just received his commission in the engineer ing corps, will leave by motor tomorrow, .accompanied by his bride and his parents, for San Francisco, where he will be sta tioned at the Presidio. . Mre. Conant was formerly Miss Dorothy Davis of Los An geles.’’ What is Summer Without a Couch Hammock Set it up anywhere, every where—where it will do the most good to the greatest number, where mother can lie and swing for one delicious hour w'hen her morning’s work is done—where it can be the center of delightful afternoon teas. Couch hammocks with all steel frames, backs, fitted with maga zine pockets, comfortable cotton felt matresses with adjustable head —with or without canopies. $10.00 to $22.50 Home Furnishing Co I Good morning! Have you been to the Dollar Shoe Sale at The Dinsmore Store'S Capt. Orrin J. Dickey of Company F. of the Third Maine Regiment is generally mentioned as a candidate for Major of the Regiment. This compliment comes en tirely outside of Belfast circles. Mrs. Earle E. Curtis is in Bernard, where she was called by the critical ill ness of her mother, Mrs. Henry Albee, who is now gaining She will accom pany Mrs. Curtis to Belfast for a few weeks’ rest. A Minneapolis, Minn., exchange has a five-column advertisement announcing the closing out sale of the William K. Morison hardware store. Mr. Morison plans to retire from active business for the present. Before going west he con ducted a hardware store on Main street in this city. Silver Cross Lodge, K. of P., elected the following officers Wednesday even ing, July 10th, for the ensuing year: Dr. Frank G. Graves, chancellor commander; J. A. G. Beach, vice commander; Geo. L. Slipp, prelate; Jepson Pettee, master of the work; H. P. Cottrell, master of arms; Frank O. Whiting, inner guardian; Harry A. Clements, outer guardian. There are many fine gardens in Belfast and vicinity, notwithstanding there has been only one pleasant day in July up to the 15th. Carleton Doak of North Bel fast had green peas from his garden June 23rd and has been marketing them since. In many instances some of the best look ing and most prolific gardens are cared for exclusively by women and girls. Miss Mary K. Davey, a qualified teach er in surgical dressings from the Metro politan Red Cross Chapter of Boston, is spending the summer in Liberty. She recently visited the Waldo County Chap ter and gave several demonstrations be fore the monitors. She will also give considerable time assisting the Liberty Chapter in this branch of their work. EAST BELFAST. Miss Inez Jackson qf Morrill is visit ing her aunt, Mrs. Selden Flanders. Mrs. Lizzie McCabe of Bangor was a Sunday guest at the Atkins cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges and baby spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. James L. James. Ernest Gross and family and Robert Gross and family of Bath spent the week end here. Mrs. Everett Burgess and four children of Auburn are guests of Capt. J. W. Bur gess and family. Mrs. Donald B. Rogers and baby re turned Tuesday from a visit with rela tives in Rockland. Mrs. William Russell and son Norman of Brookline, Mass., are visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Black. Mrs. James Cooper and little son' James, Jr. of Brookline, Mass., are guests of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Vaughan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Belcher and young son of North Abington, Mass., ar rived Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Bel cher’s sister, Mrs. Nellie Decrow. 10 years ago you could buy 20 lbs of sugar for one dollar—now you can buy 10 if you’re lucky, and yet shoes at One Dollar a pair at the Dinsmore Store today. Harry Brown and Herman Perkins of Swan Lake avenue have been notified to report at the court house July 25th, as they are called in the next quota from Waldo county which leaves for Ayer July 26th. PROSPECT I EPRY. Miss Faustina Harding is visiting rela tives here. Good ir-orning! Have you been to th< Dollar Shoe Sale at the Dinsmore Store* Mr. and Mrs. Guy West have movec from Orrington back to their home ai Mt. Heagan. Miss Pansy Henry of Hampden and hei sister, Mrs. Pierce, of Boston, are stoppim for several weeks at the Carley cottage. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pierce and twolittli daughters, Minerva and Ruby, of Sandy point were week-end visitors at W. D Harriman’s. Mrs.fPhena Berry and four grandchil dren of Stoneham, Mass., and Mrs. Julii Houston arrived at the Berry cottag last Friday and will spend the summe there. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Avery carrie their little daughter Anna to the E. M G. Hospital in Bangor last week, and ha< her adenoids and tonsils removed. A this writing she is doing well. |1 For a short tim’ we are enabled to offer a few light trucks with and without canopy tops. j || We also have a few second hand Fords 1915-16, one Dodge Brothers Road | |1| ster, nearly hew, and one Dodge Brothers Touring (jar, in fine condition. Call at our salesroom and see the new Briscoe Touring Car with the famous || Half-Million Dollar Motor. We have recently been appointed agents for the FORDSON Tractor. A car load of these has been ordered and we hope to be able to place them on sale with in a few weeks. For the present, conforming with the wishes of Henry Ford, these Tractors will be sold without profit. MONROE. J. H. Cooley remains about the same. The Red Cross sent their usual allot ment last Friday. Miss Irma Nealley spent last week with Miss Nina Walker. Miss Minnie Spearin of Bangor spent the week-end in town. Rev. F. S. DollofT of Jackson held ser vices at the church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Billings spent Sunday at their home here. Mrs. Laura Braun has arrived from Winthrop, Mass., for the summer. Fred F. Palmer who enlisted several weeks ago was called to report Wednes day. Clarence Larrabee received his call Fridav and is to report at Belfast July 25th. ' Mrs. Jessie and Horace Cunningham attended the dance at Jackson Friday night. Mrs. Almeda Bremen is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. E. H. Littlefield in Swanville. Frank Cooley of Harmony spent last week with his brother, J. H. Cooley at C. C. Moody’s. Mrs. N. J. Curtis visited her sister, Mrs. G. H. Bickford in Newburg, who is in very poor health. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Palmer and son Richard, Mr. N. J. Curtis and daughter Mildred motored to Searsport and Stock ton Sunday. “Going Up” says the elevator man. “Going Up” says every other man. Yet shoes at One Dollar a pair at Tlfe Dins more Store today. There was a large crowd in attendance at the pictures Friday evening. July 26th, Mr. Crockett will show the 103rd regiment in training from the time they went to Augusta until arriving in France. OAK HILL, Swanville. 2500 pairs of shoes go on sale this morn ing at The Dinsmore Store at One Dollar a pair. Benjamin Farnham of Boston is spend ing his vacation with his father, Mr. H. D. Farnham. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knowlton of Bel fast were guests of James Webster and family July 14th. Mr. A. T. Toothaker and family were in Searsport Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs John Innis. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Webb and Merle Whittum were in Freedom Sunday, guests o f Mrs. S. J. Flye and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Gay Holmes of Waldo were in Wiscasset July 14th, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson ot Wa terville and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thomp son of Dexter are passing their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peavey and daugh terFayof Belfast, Sherman Peavey of Bath and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Snow of South Thomaston, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Peavey July 14th. Mrs. S. J. Flye and Mrs. F. N. Flye of Freedom, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dykens a nd Master Joseph of North Cambridge, Mass., and Mr. A. E. Flye of Brighton, : M ass., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Porter Webb July 12th. EAST SEARSMONT. Henry Mahoney has sold his farm to i C harles Thompson of Belfast. \ Yes! Shoes at One Dollar a pair at the Dinsmore Store today. I Mrs. Hazel Ingersoll of Camden was a . recent gueBt of Hattie Marriner. Mr. Roscoe Cross and son Earl of Mor ill were at L. S. Marriner’s July 14tb. SWANYILLE. Good morning! Have you been to the Dollar Shoe Sale at the Dinsmore Store? Mr and Mrs. Percy L. Nickerson and daughter Pauline of Bath, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Nickerson. Mr. Paul Bradford and family of Bath, have taken the Mathews cottage on the east shcre of Swan Lake for a few weeks. Mr. Leonard Paine and family of Phil adelphia arrived last Saturday and will occupy their cottage on the west shore for the summer. Mrs. Mary Nickerson, who was called to Bradford last week by the death of her sister, Mrs. Olive Strout, returned home last Saturday. Mrs. Lizzie Ailen, daughter Alice, and son William, Mrs. Oliver Wyatt, Mrs. Gay and Mrs. Chas. H. Black of Chelsea, Mass., have been guests of Miss Harriet M. Nickerson. Last Sunday Mr. Paul Bradford, his little niece, Miss Helen Haley, Master Charles Trundy and Miss Edna Trundy motored to Glenburn. They returned j that night accompanied by Miss Marga r et Trundy, who has been the guest of j h er grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard, for several months. SVVANVILLE CENTER. Charles Curtis is cutting Mrs. Flora Littlefield's hay. Otis Patterson had new potatoes July 4th from his garden. Mrs. Belle Barden of Winterport is the guest of her son Fred. Mildred Evans is housekeeper for her | grandfather, Watson Robertson. But few farmers have begun haying as j the weather has been so unfavorable E H. Littlefield had green peas and new potatoes July 4th from his garden. Mr. Jacob Cunningham is more com fortable than he has been for several months. Mrs Hannah Morrill who is an invalid has been moved to Isaac McReen’s for several weeks. Mrs. Emma Caroline Levansaler of Winterport, who has been the guest of her niece, Mrs. H. P. White and rela tives in Searsport for two weeks, return ed home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson of Waterville and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thompson of Dexter are at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thomp son. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. White entertained July 4th, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jewett and two sons of Winterport, Mrs. Harriet Hoag of Belfast, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clement of Searsport and two sons and daughter. Dinner was served on the lawn. There will be a strawberry festival and sociable at Comet Grange Hall, Satur day night, July 20th, from 8 to 11 A good program will be furnished. All the Red Cross members that can are request ed to bring cream, also bread and butter sandwiches. The proceeds of the even ing are for the benefit of the Red Cross. 2500 pair of shoes go on sale this morn ing at the Dinsmorn Store at One Dollar a pair. O! YOU HOOVER. “My Tuesdays are meatless. My Wednesdays are wheatless; I am getting more eatless each day. My home it is heatless, My bed it is sheetless; They are all sent to the Y. M. C. A. The bar-rooms are treatless, My colTee is sweetless; Each day I get poorer and wiser. My stockings are feetless, My trousers are seatless; My! how I do hate the Raiser!” TAXES ! For 1918 are now in the collector’s hands, who will be at the City Clerk’s office, Memorial Build ing, ALL wetk davs from 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to I 5 p. m. Remember the hours. A cash | discount of 2\ allowed on real estate and per | sonal property up to Sept. 1st. Rate of taxation \ \ $31 per $1,000. I EDMUND WILSON, Collector. The Real Economy Car - This is what the OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX with its 44 horse power valve in the head motor gives you. The constant flow ot power mikes your hill climbing a distinct pleasure of your motoring With numerous testimonials of 20 to 25 miles per gallon of gasolene and 8,000 to 12,000 miles to the set of tires we can honestly recommoud this beautiful]car to the motorist. I have just received a Jcar load. Touring car $1150, .incluling freight and war tax. A. P. GOODHUE, 44 Main St., Biltast, Mi.