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eiVED FROM IN OPERATION i a E. Pinkham’s ’ ,!hie Compound, One Jousands of Such Cases. ,i!s. Wis. — "As Lydia \ egetable Compound uved me from an peration, i cannot . enough in praise it. 1 suffered from ■i gariic troubles and r,y side hurt me so could hardly be up 'rotn my bed, and I us unable to do my usework. I had best doctors in . ,iU Claire and they a anted me to have i operation, but \ dia E. Pinkham’s urea me so i aia and 1 am telling ’’—Mrs. A. Vv. l ulls, Wis. ■riences as that of made this famous a household word Any woman who nation, ulceration, • •he, nervousness, lie blues” should - mven it a trial, write Lydia E. 1 ;,nn, Mass. MILL. • verseas has return Waterville where he Knox was a caller es Woods, recently. nton was the guest mer Hartshorn re i son passed a few with his daughter, .of Belfast passed or parents, Mr. and . i and Mrs. Ida Cross since last October, •jr home. at-Dow passed Easter nils, Mr. and Mrs. i Liberty. • .dburv is very ill. Oitie haul and Mrs. very faithful in their who spent the win her daughter, Mrs. nrned to her home. ■ rill will remain with inrner. • amounting to $12 i.uday for the benefit when the Sunday taken from us, we j ■rings. j pleasantly ousci vcu v the pastor and fine the choir. Esther congregation with a there was a profusion rcrs, • -..its April 14th after one M , > Clara Berry teach ' Frank Paul teacher school in the Cross ntinued, the schol 0 the village school. 1 entertained an Eas ently. The guests Murcii, Mrs. flattie \S wods, Miss Flora Dow and Mrs. Flora inon. No men were :p writ ten iaw, Morrill year and this year tion for Easter flow e church during the aid’s twenty-one pot to twenty-one “shut j sant party of young j 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. K. ’ -o. It was a farewell j r of Emery and Milo ! aturday for Montana, j resent. The evening s and sociability. Ice re served. ktNUX ■>f Thorndike visited ■milding a tarn on the is working for Chas. A- G. Brown recently thorn’s. mrn has bought a nice ■ . irties. Is attended the parade ■ n in Boston, urge Pease have moved mse on Knox Ridge, mers and children of - who were called here Mrs. Conner’s fathar, returned home, began Monday, April ■- msun of North Sears • the Kenney District, ■ nt at Knox Station, < klin at Knox Center, ■ ii Leonard District. ---- NARCOTICS. i! narcotic prepara tliat is, grocers, gen 'ores and any person > of the preparations narcotic drug, must 1 ollector of Internal Irict of New Hamp i, and pay a tax of ' "■ ill he from the period 1919 to June 30, 1919, ills, and the tax for ■ GO. The full rate of >e due July 1, 1919 for ■-> period ending June hereafter on July 1st of ■ JONES, Collector. JACKSON. Miss Eunice Chase is teaching school in Knox. Lloyd Bickford is attending Grammar school at Brooks. Mrs. R. E. Page, who has been ill for the past two weeks, is gaining. Mr. Daniel Long, who recently had a severe ill turn, is gaining slowly. Mrs. W. E. Gould, who has been sick for the past two weeks, is better. Mr. James Mercier has returned after spending several days in Princeton, Me. Perham Amsden has returned from Aroostook county, where he has been at work. H. C Hadley has been appointed patrol man for this town and will begin his work May 1st. Miss Doris McKinley has been the guest of Miss Mildred Mitchell in Belfast sev eral days. Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis on the birth of a son, born April 19th. The school at the corner was closed for a week, owing to the illness of the teach er, Mrs. Margie Reed. The Jackson basket ball team played a very interesting game with B. H S. April 16th, winning the game. The selectmen have been in session at the town house and have made up the valuation for the ensuing year. C. B. Jewett of Winterport has been in town to see his brother, J. W. Jewett, who has been on the sick list for some time. Miss Pearl Chase has been the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chase. Miss Chase is teaching school at Thorndike Station. BROOKS. Mi's. Jennie Hamlin was a visitor in Portland several days recently. Mr. Ralph Gullifer of Waterville was the week-end guest of Dr. A. E. Kilgore and family. Mrs. Emma Ames, wno has had em ployment in Belfast, has retu.ned to her home here. Mr. Elson Roberts of Boston spent the week-end with his brothers, F. K. and E. D. Roberts. Mrs. Erma Blodgett of Searsport spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Barker. Lawrence E. Jenkens of Waterville spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton E. Jenkens. Mrs. Gwendolyn Blake and little son Lawrence of Searsport are visiting her parents, E. C. Boody and wife. Priv. Wm R Lane of Camp Upton, N. 5., spent a few days’ furlough recently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Perkins who have been spending the winter with their son in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wentworth in South Brooks, have returned to their home here in the village. All records for exports handled in Port land were broken during the six months ending April 15th, according to statistics made public by the Chamber of Com merce. The total exports represented 6!)!),757 cargo tons, sent away on 111 steamships The wheat shipments amount ed to 17,000,000 bushels, oats in bulk 655,133 bushels, and flour 1,214,416 sacks. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER S C A S T O R I A Thousands of Children Have Worms Their Parents Do Not Know It ! Symptoms of worms in children are: Deranged stomach, swollen upper lip, sour stomach, offensive breath, hard and full belly, with occasional gripings and pains about the navel, pale face of leaden tint, eyes heavy and dull, twitching eye lids, itching of the nose, itching of the rectum, short dry cough, grinding of the teeth, little red points sticking out on tongue, starting during sleep, slow fever. Grown people are subject to worms also. The one best remedy is Dr. True’s Elixir, the Family Laxative and Worm Expeller. Also a pleasant, sure, safe iax ative for children and grown folks. Mrs. Anselnn Lamarre, 2<J State Street, San ford, Maine, wrote to Dr. True: "My daughter, Gertrude, had dizzy spells and could not even go out for she al ways com plained of being sick. She used your worm expeller (Dr. True’s Elixir*. She never had any tits since. I feel very grateful to you.” Dr True’s Elixir can be used freely for both children and grown folks. Start taking it today. SEE HERE! Do You Want Your Kidneys Experi mented On ? Kidney troubles are getting more com mon every day. Government health bureau figures say deaths from this cause are 72 percent more than 20 years ago Anybody who suffers constant back ache, who feels blue, nervous and irrit able; who has dizzy spells, headache and urinary disorders should suspect kidney weakness. Overworked kidneys must have a rest. Take things easier; live more caretully. Take a good kidney rem edy to build the kidneys up again. But be sure to get Doan’s Kidney Pills —the oldest, the most widely used, the best recommended of all kidney pills now in use all over the civilized world. Don’t experiment with your kidneys. Thou sands have already tested Doan’s. You have their experience to go by. Plenty of cases right here in Belfast. Here’s one: Mrs. Hattie Wallace, 86 Waldo avenue, says: “Doan’s Kidney Pills did me a % orld of good when 1 suffered from kid ney trouble. They curd me of this com plaint and during the past few years I have had no more trouble from my kid neys. I have previously recommended Doan’s Kidney Pills and what I said in my former statement holds good today.” Price 60c. at aii dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Wallace had. Foster-Milburn Company, Mfgrs., Buffalo, N Y. nrrrw i—.in STRAW HATS 1 DWICHT P. PALMER-OWEN BROTHERS I for Infants and Children, ©astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use forthe relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Mind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, ai<ls the as similation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend, In Use Fop Over 30 Years NEW YORK CITY. _ LIBEKTY. Mr. Lewis Bonney of the U. S. N. was n town recently for a few days’ stay. Mr. Bert Bradstreet was called to Vin alhaven by the death of his uncle, Mr. Hiram Bradstreet. At the last regular meeting of St. Georges Royal Arch Chapter four can didates were exalted. Mr. Ueorge Sprague, who has been passing a week, in Saco on matters of business, has returned. Mr. and Mrs. George Dow of Morrill were Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Knowlton. Mr. and Mrs. John Fuller, who went to Morrill last winter, where Mr. Fuller had work, have returned home. Mr. Davis, the evangelist, returned here for a short stay. From here he will go into Somerset county for revival work. Miss Izora Duncan, principal of Liberty High school, returned for the opening of the spring term which began Mondav April 24th. The box social which was held by the members of the Girls’ Cooking Club at Grange hall, was very much enjoyed. 1 he evening was passed with music and games. The Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Miss Ella Greeley, organ izer of the club. There was present 12 members who served a fine supper. Miss Greeley wishes all those who are inter ested in this club to communicate with her, that she may make application for same. Fifteen pardon hearings are scheduled for hearing at the April 30th meeting of the Governor and Council. It is not very long ago that not more than that, number were heard in a whole year. Representatives of the Swedish govern ment have sounded IraM. Morris, Ameri can minister, regarding a loan from the United States. It is intimated that more than 100,000,000 crowns is desired. MO.NKUb. Mrs. F. L. Palmer has been on the sick list. Mr. Earl Nealley has been in Bangor to consult Dr. Nealley. Mrs. Forest Grant has returned from Thorndike, where she has spent the last i'ix weeks. Mr. G. A. Palmer has spent several days in Portland and attended the 100th ! anniversary of Odd Fellows. Mrs. Bertha Nealley entertained the Whist Club April. 17th. An original poem was read by Mrs. Lizzie York. Emma Twomblv won first prize, Mrs. , Dickey second, Alice Palmer, consola tion. Morning Light Grange observed Pat riots Day. A very interesting meeting was held with a good attendance. A I good program was carried out consisting < of readings and a solo by Mrs. Lizzie Tork. The topic, Germany’s Mistake, was discussed. Some very interesting remarks were made by Bro. Jasper Curtis who was “over there.” BLACK’S CORNER, Searsport. Mr. M. C. Ward of this place served on the grand jurv. The roads are getting good in this vi cinity once more. All roads lead to Swan Lake just now, where the fishing is said to be excellent. | We have seen some very large salmon and trout that were caught here. Mr. F. T. Jarrett has caught several beauties. Granite Grange celebrated its 27th an niversary Saturday, April 19th, with an all day session. Dinner was served at : noon. At 1 o’clock the Worthy Master I called to order and declared a reeess dur- 1 ing the program. The lecturer gave a fine ' program which was pleasing to all. Mrs. j A. C). Stevens gave a short history of the grange, followed by songs, readings and recitations. Visitors from Comet Grange, Swanville, were present. Our Brothers and Sisters from Comet Grange are al ways welcome. transfers in real estate. The following transfers of real estate were recorded in Waldo County Registry of Deeds for the week ending April 26, 1919: Peter fHarmon, Thorndike, to F. A. Harmon, do; land in Thorndike. Percy A. Bird, Northport, to Fannie M. Llwell, do; land in Northport. The Belfast Savings Bank by Wilmer J. Dorman, its treasurer, Belfast, to Mag gie E. Whitcomb, Morrill; land and build ings in Morrill. Maggie E. Whitcomb, Morrill, to Wil bert A. Brown, do; land and buildings in Morrill. Alvin Scott Gray, Belfast, to Walter B. Dutch, do; land and buildings in Bel fast. Martha Pooler, Belfast, to Mary A. Floyd, do; land and buildings in Belfast. Edwin W. Brown, Plymouth, to Blanche L. Shaw, do; land in Troy. S. B. Merrithew, Stockton Springs, to William J. Fraser, do; land and buildings in Stockton Springs. Charles B. Thompson, Searsmont, to Winfield C. Strout, Hartford, Conn.; land and buildings in Searsmont. L. N. Richards, Fort Fairfield, to Wil liam Walton, Unity; land in Unity. Linda E. Littlefield, Winterport, to Herbert H. Iwombly, Dixmont; land and buildings in Winterport. Marcellus Veazie, treasurer of the town of Islesboro, to Fred L. Sprague, do; land in Islesboro. Mary E. Fernald, Camden, to Alba Seekins, Lincolnville; land and buildings in Lincolnville. Freeman S. Martin, Camden, to Leslie A. Hall, Lincolnville; land and buildings in Lincolnville. Harry P. McAllister, Worcester, Mass., et al., to Lizzie A. McAllister, Burnham; land and buildings in Burnham. Louise Palfrey Norman, Newport, H. I., to William H. Morrison and George C. Fletcher, both of Stockton Springs, et als; land in Penobscot Bay, known as “Lime Island.” Larkin S. Wentworth, Lincolnville, to Alfred A. Fletcher, do; land and buildings in Lincolnville. Luville W Hollis, et al., Troy, to Han nah J. Bowden, do; land and buildings in Troy. i icuutin uudi i iuiaii,oLocK.ion springs, to Emery D. Bickmore, do; land in Stock ton Springs. Franklin A. Greer, Belfast, et als., to Ray K. Caston, Pittston; land in Belmont. Florence Robinson, Jamaica Plain,Mass., et als., to Sidney B. Gould, Charlestown, Mass.; land and buildings in Montville. Lewis Smith, Belfast, to George Stover, do; land in Belfast. Clayborn H. Wellington, Liberty, to Thomas E. Gushee, Camden; land and buildings in Liberty. Elisha B. Patten, Lincolnville, to “Thadeus Brigs," Belmont; land in Bel mont. The Inhabitants of Belmont, to Alfonzo W. Jackson, Belmont; land in Belmont. Charles E. Knowlton, Belfast, to Cen tral Maine Power Company, Augusta; land and buildings in Belfast. Lula C. Getcheil, et ah, Pittsfield, to Archie L. Bickford, do; land in Burnham. Louis Paradis, the farmhand arrested on March 5th charged with fatally wound ing Arthur Chamberlain, a butcher, with an axe during a quarrel at Connor, has been indicted on the charge of murder by the grand jury of Aroostook county. Witnesses at the preliminary hearing testified that Paradis was first attacked by Chamberlain. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER’S CASTORIA \l/rHEN / smoke, I want my '' tobacco cured by Mother Nature— not by Mother-in-law Process. There is nothing harsh in Nature’s methods—no stunts, no “hurry-up.” Her quiet, patient way with VELVET during its two years age ing in wooden hogsheads, brings out all the kindly comfort of fine Ken tucky Burley leaf. The quicker, less expen sive methods cannot possi bly produce the fragrance, coolness and downright pipe qualities of VELVET, cured in Nature’s way. Today it is your privilege to enjoy, with hundreds of thousands of other smok ers, this mild and friendly VELVET tobacco. Roll a VELVET Cigarette VELVET'S nature-aged mildnema and amoothneea make it juat right for \ eigatottea. u A Flavor for _ every taste All sealed air-tight and impurity-proof, in the wax wrapped, safety packages. Be sure to get WRiGLEYS because it is supreme in quality. f 23 The Flavor Lasts U. S. MERCHANT MARINE i Opportunity is presented experienced men to secure FREE TRAINING ; in preparation fur license ex miualions as DECK OFFICERS and ENGINEERS at schools of U. S. Ship ing Iom-l. | i-r-iEE COURSE IN NAVIGATION, six weep. . lits for third mate's w | t>r higher; open to men of two yt.i.s' deck «'>:p« lienee. ocean ..r coastwise. <•• equivalent in fisheries, or on lake. ba\ t»r- s■ i. FREE COURSE IN MARINE EfaG.NfccR NG. -no n onth, fits for thro assistant engineers license or higher, op<a; .<• mm of mechanical and on cue • r ing experience, including locomotive and satunary t ngineers nia inists a. marine engines, graduates of tccl nicai s.-1 m !- ,md marine oilers and wafer : i nker S. (Men ling sea service to qu- !:f ti;, 1 • tor limnm. after taking cou' e may b rat*d during tw -N. vi*..:tioti Si hoots. Mn.-.s Inst, of .a . :y. Cat an. v M.- . , ip,, k. .. am: ! ‘ a land. Mt . Hng m erit g m-Ih- . , n>t of l ct uubt APPLY A SCHOOL, OR STREET FLOC CUSTOM HOUSE. BOSTON. M fi 5S. \ Your Hogs will thrive on _ PORTLAND Bone and Meat Meal | (superior to tankage) VERY HIGH IN PROTEIN VALUE >/.rk your dealer for PORTLAND Brunei 1 PORTLAND RENDERING CO- _ PORTLAND. HE. | Quarries Factory Location i Mill Sites, Farms,Site: for Summer Hotels and Camps LOCATED ON THE LINE Or TDfc MAINE CENTRAL RA1LR0AJ give opportunity to those desiring v make a change in location for r. new s-1\. l in life. Undeveloped Waler Power Unlimited Raw Material AND Good Farming Land AWAIT DEVELOPMENT. I Communications regarding location* j are invited and will receive attention* i w; en addressed to any agent of the | V. AINE CENTRAL, or to INDUSTRIAL BUREAU MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD, PORTLAND, MAINE. For Sale Low price second hand parlor and kitchen stoves, J. AUSTIN McKEEN. Belfast Savings B?nk Notice is hereby given that Savings Bank Book INo. 6,228, issued by this bank, has been lost and application has been made for a duplicate book according to laws regulat ing issuing new books. WILMER J. DORMAN, Treasurer. Belfast, April 11,1919-3wl6 60 ACRE FARM 1011 SALE On the Poor’s Mills road, 1 1-2 miles from the city. Its nearness to the city, high elevation, beautiful scenery, good substantial buildings, and the best of soil, are some of the things that makes this place a most desirable country home. It Js especially adapted to poultry business and has houses for one thousand hens. As a truck farm it can’t be beat, being very early land and free from late and early frosts. It has an orchard of 300 young apple trees, besides pears, cherries and plums and berries. Wood enough for home use. Artesian well at the door. House contains six rooms and is lighted by acetylene gas. If interested inquire of EVERETT L. HAMILTON, At the Greenhouse, Belfast, Me. THE ELLIOT CITY HOSPITAL, Keene, N. H., oilers a course of instruc tion in medical and surgical nursing of 2 1-2 years. Salary given. Classes now forming. For further information ad dress. ELLA McCOBB, 2m 15 Superintendent. FOR SALE RESIDENCE AT CITYPOINT. One ami three-fourths acres of land. Build ing in first class condition. Five minutes walk from station. Price §1,0(10. In quire of 15tf H. L. SEKKINS, Belfast. Incubators Expecting to install a Mammouth Hot Water Hatching Machine, we offer for sale our regular equipment, consisting of 12 Cyphers 390 Egg Incubators. 1 “ 240 “ “ Also 2 Automatic Brooder stoves—each 500 chick capacity. Phone 243-4, or write P1NELAND POULTRY FARM, 6 Belfast, Maine Farm for Sale SMALL FARM IN SEARSMONT Very good buildings. Nice tillage land Never failing well of water. Price rea sonable. Cash or easy terms. 4wl7 P. O. BOX 192 UNION, MAINB.