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ini sue Tried "Fruit-a-tives”
Frait Liver Tablets)
! K(i St., St. John.
i you of the great
\ ■ ived from your
, ‘Fruit-a-tivesh
? tilcrer for many
• ( Headaches, and
M^ent relief.
1 me to take ‘Fruit
. i so with great
\ I am entirely free
thanks to your
\ WDER SIIAW,
450, trial size 25c.
> nt on receipt of
V-FIVES Limited,
N. Y.
anch of the
to Insurance Society,
Norwich, England,
•nber 31, 1918.
.$ 00 00
00 00
. 00 (0
. 3,250,249 09
. 350,402 69
. 850.494 16
. 2,353 49
. 34.760 27
39.861 21
.$ 4,528 720 91
tied. 269,697 84
.$ 4,259.023 07 j
ier31, 1918.
.$ 455,644 47 I
. 2,422.807 30 I
. 179,680 39 |
. 200,000 00 I
ties. 1,001,890 91 1
-urplua.,...$ 4,259 023 07
Agents, Belfast, Maine
a 16
Mates Branch of
ity Assurance Cor
London, England,
tuber 31, 1918.
. $16,203,507 50 i
. 606,449 96 |
. 4,617.902 64 1
. 194,261 32 |
. 38,192 00 !
.$21,660,313 42 j
•••d. 47S.462 4(1 j
.$21,181,851 02
•r 31, 1918.
.. _$ 9,698 629 00
.. 6.007.483 03
. 2,383 625 56
. 350,000 00 !
•s . 2,742,113 43 |
irpius... .$21,181,851 02 j
N &. NOYES, General
St., Portland, Me.
Agent, Belfast, Maine,
3wi6
Iinsurar.ee Company
oy, Ohio.
I ember 31, 1918.
. $ 121.594 96 i
. 1,954,165 00
. 128.165 00 !
. $1,210,338 70 I
•s . 839.000 311
. 338.716 95 |
. 11,568 35
t . 61,597 09 i
% . 37,163 28 '
.$ 1,692,309 64 i
nitted. 60,167
.% 4,632,142 26 |
'T b«?r 31, 1918.
.% 183,203 10 i
. 2,345,380 55 !
.03.795 00 I
. 00 00 !
Lies. 1,499,763 61 j
I ! surplus....$ 4,61:2,142 26
•N HEAL ESTATE CO.
i lock, Belfast, Maine.
3wl6
\ccident Company,
.n, Mass,
ember 31, 1918.
.$ None
■.. None
. None
. 376,600 00
’anti. 11,177 48
. 12.820 89
. 3,755 36
. 3.926 72
. 7,500 (0
.$ 415.781 45
J-- nitted,. 23,827 65
.$ 391,953 30
• iber 31, 1918.
.% 60,500 00
. 79,245 09
. 27.208 71
. 150,000 00
■ .. i ties. 75,000 00
i surplus.$ 391,953 80
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Oman Wants
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i
•SONAL HYGIENE
t*r for douches stops
Iteration and inflam
j mended ky Lyclia E.
| Lo. for ten years.
* for nasal catarrh, |
■ »ore eyes. Economical. I
and tferniicicial power. (
i drui:«ists, or postpaid by
:|-i ( immny, Eostoo, Mags. ^
<»f foreclosure
",
B. J. Eager of Belfast, i
of Waldo and State of
>eage deed dated the ninth
difv recorded in Waldo Reg
■ ‘ ^26, Bage 218, conveyed
cl a certain lot or parcel
' wildings thereon, situated
•only of Waldo and State
• ' and described as follows, to
r herly by Vine street; east
southerly by land of Otis
' ar,‘nce Wyman; and west
' Wood; being all the real
Harriet E Frost, late of Bel
time of her decease, and
■ to said Archie P. J. Eager
' whereas the condition of
p,~ been broken, now there
of the breach of the con
elaim a foreclosure of said
’H-enth day of April. A. D. 1919.
BEN D. FIELD.
3wl6
tR 8 PlUa
iti ' 3’our I>ruirc!»t f-r A\
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I 1 > s : »•'< ,/v* friWVi 'Zrvt: ?4 >
’ *M» C!UM, IMI.I.S for
■' Safest AW v-c. Ke!i i’
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Represents the reunion of a returned soldier and his wife and child.
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, iJOAW
By L. A. fcj.iuier is a spirited portrayal of 1.I10 . . of an American trans
port from a Gorman submarin
E
For the first time in history the j
government of the United Slates will
award a medal for civilian service
It will be given to everyone of the
volunteer workers in the Victory Lib
erty loan which begins April 21st.
In the New England district some
thing like 50,ddtl individuals will re
ceive one as a souvenir of this war
work.
These medals are made from Ger
man cannon captured by the Ameri
cans in the historic drive of Chateau
Thierry.
They will have on one side a repre
sentation of the Treasury Department
and on the other a certificate of par
ticipation in the loan. The medal will
be the size of a half dollar and each
will bear the name of the worker to
whom it is awarded.
I .. ^ _ , ...... j
It is intended as an appreciation of
service to the thousands of American
citizens who realize that the w ar has
been won but are also thoroughly con
scious of the fact that the troops
have not been brought home or de
mobilized, and that reconstruction
bills as yet must be paid as well as
the bills for the enormous amount of
munitions, planes and poison gas, thf
very accumulation of which shortened
Uie war and saved hundreds of thou
■ands of lives.
Bach of these medals, which is the
official recognition by the government
of work performed, will l>e a lasting
proof of what lias been done on the
Victory Liberty Loan.
The New England Committee has
received only a fraction of the total
numlier which will be distribute! and
has decided that none will go out un
til after t.he Loan is completed and
each Chairman has sent in a certified
list of the workers on his committees.
THE PEACE MISSION TO THE
PEOPLE.
Tile American Peace Commission
sends out this appeal to the American
people from Paris, where it is still
at work on a treaty and league of
nations.
We have had the opportunity here
in Prance to see and realize the mag.
nitude of the accomplishment of our
country in this war and the magni
ficent spirit with w'hich this great
task has been carried through to a
triumphant issue.
Wbat has been done and what re
mains to be done before normal con
ditions are restored demand your
continued and united support with the
same spirit of self-sacrifice and of
determination as that which was
manifested by the Nation while the
German armies forced our men at the
Marne, and in the Champagne, at
St. Mihiel and in the Argonne. We
must not relax our efforts until every
soldier of the republic is lauded on
the soil of America.
To finish this mighty task imposes
upon the Government of the United
states a great financial burden. The
Victory Liberty Loan must thrive. If
it should fail it would indicate that
the Nation is willing to leave its task
uncompleted.
To secure the ideals for which
Americans fought and died, this
great demand on national patriotism
and united effort should meet a gen_
erous and universal response. Let
us all do our duty to the end.
ROBERT LANSING.
HENRY WHITE
E. M. HOUSE
T. N. BLISS
The $100 you invest in the Victory
Liberty issue of 1S19 may very well
be worth $105 or $110 when you take
your inventory a few years hence.
And besides, that appreciation of
your capital, you will be drawing
generous interest meantime.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears
Signature of
For Sale
PIGS that are PIGS—
not imitations.
J. AUSTIN McKEEN.
LANES
COLD
&GRIP
TABLETS
GUARANTEED
WliMtRPORT
Capt. Chas. Crockett and F. E. Dunton
nav spent a few days at Swan Lake.
Mrs. A. A. Barden is the guest of her
son, Fred, at South Monroe, for a few
weeks.
Mrs. Chas. Cunningham, who has spent
the winter in Bangor, lias returned to her
home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Smith and Mrs.
C. E. Bowden have been ill with the pre
vailing epidemic.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Smart of Prospect
have been guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Elden Smart.
Thomas Carew, assistant light keeper
at Deer Isle Light, Boston harbor, has
spent a furlough at his home here.
Chester L. Barrows, station agent at
the B. & a. station, has been on the sick
list and a substitute has been sent.
Chas. E. Bartlett and son Donald of
Orono called on friends here recently,
making the trip in his automobile.
Mrs. Ellen Eaton and Mrs. Mary
Downes attended the funeral of their
cousin, Annie C. Norwood, in Bangor.
Harold S. Merrill, registered pharma
cist, has accepted a lucrative position in
a drug store in Bristol, Conn., and begun
his duties there.
Chas. S. Nason and E. P. Hopkins, who !
i have employment in Bangor, came to
spend the holiday and Easter at their re- '
spective homes in town.
Chas. Cunningham, who is employed
in Bath, and his two sons, Raymond and
Lysle, who are employed in Bangor,
spent Easter at their home here.
Earle Clark, who has been ill with
pneumonia and its attendant complica
tions. is beginning to make a marked im
provement. Dr. Watson of Monroe has
been the attending physician.
The postponement of steamboat ser
vice, which was expected to begin April
22nd, was a disappointment to those who
intended to go on that day to Boston to
attend the parade of April 26th.
Capt. Chas Crockett is the banner
Swan Lake tisherman of the early season,
having landed 11 beauties recently that
weighed in the aggregate 25 lbs. and 4
ounces, a four pounder being the largest.
Ira G. Young, who has a position under
I the State Highway Commission, has
| gone to Augusta to begin the season’s
! work. He was accompanied by Capt. 1
! Benj Eaton, who will cook for the crew
i of which Mr. Young is overseer.
i ne supper, lair, sale u! aprons, tancy ■
j articles, candies, preserves, pickles, etc., i
which was given under the auspices of 1
Cushing Chapter, O. E. S., at Masonic
Hall, Thursday afternoon and evening, \
April 17th, was a social and financial suc
i ess. The booths were attractively deco
rated and arranged. A good-sized crowd ]
was in attendance and the net proceeds
amounted to nearly sixty-seven dollars,
j The management and the several com
mittees extend thanks to all who con
tr.buted to the success of the occasion.
congratulations are cordially extended
Vo Mr. and Mrs. B. R Chandler, who
i were united in marriage at the home oi
j Lhe bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene j
A. Buzzell in Revere, Mass., Tuesday,
April lath. The groom is one of Winter
pert’s su cessl'ul young business men !
j being proprietor of the B. R. Chandler j
Co., which is engaged in lumbering and [
has a steam saw mill and also is a flour, ■.
! grain and coal dealer and also operates a !
| steam saw mill. The bride is the only
i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buzzell who \
| were former residents of Monroe. They
j will reside at their home on Commercial !
i street on their return from their wedding
trip.
j
April 14th was a red letter day for Odd
1 Fellowship in this district. The address
ot welcome was by trank C, Rnowles
and F. H, Lindsey of Eureka Lodge, Or
rinaton and if. S. Burrill of Wildey
Lodge gave pleasing responses. Solos by
Prof. Clifton E. Wats of Newport were!
enjoyable features of both the afternoon
and evening sessions. In the evening |
the second degree was conferred by Gai
tield Lodge on a class ot ten candidates
; and Wildey Lodge of Brewer conferred
the tnird on 13 candidates. Lectures on
the 1st, 2nd and 3rd degrees were given
b> C. L. Young of Ga. lield Lodge, Grand
Secretary, Janies K. lownsend and
Grand Master Frederick B. Peabody. 2U0
were present.
ISLESBORO
The Baptist church gave an Easter
concert Sunday evening April 20th.
Mr. and Mrs. Benson Gilkey have ar
rived from Boston, where they visited
relatives.
Corporal Arthur C. Hatch is a member
of Battery F, and Foster Pendleton of
Battery D
Mr. Frank Berry and family also Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Nevels, have returned
from spending the winter in Boston.
Mr. W. O. Hail and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Stoddard, and Mr. and Mrs.
Henshaw Hall, have returned from Bos
ton, where they spent the winter.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER’S
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Firearms $ Ammunition
Write for Catalogue
THE REMINGTON ARMS U.M.C CO INC
WOOLWOSTH BlOO. New Vo*n Cit»
n li’ ■'i-tE
IE. H. Boyington
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
30 Years* fcxperience
44 South Main Street, W interport, Maine.
Office Days—Mondays and Tuesdays.
Calls promptly attended.
Meta’s Orchestra
Lloyd D. McKeen, Mgr.
172 High Street. Keltast, Maine.
Phone 126 4 tfl4
Dr. Hester Brown,
OSTEOPATH,
Odd Fellows Block, Belfast,Me.
Tel. 247-3. Res. 265-11
Copyright 1919
by R. J. Reynold*
Tobacco Co.
SAY, you'll have a streak of smokeluck that’ll
put pep-in-your-srnokemotor, all right, if you'll
ring-in with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and
nail some Prince Albert for packing!
Just between ourselves, you
never will wise-up to high-spot
smoke-joy until you can call a pipe
by its first name, then, to hit the
peak-of-pleasure you land square
on that two-fisted-man-tobacco,
Prince Albert!
Well, sir, you’ll be so all-fired
happy you'll want to get a photo
graph of yourself breezing up the
pike with your smokethrottle wide
open ! Talk about smoke-sport
Quality makes Prince Albert so
appealing all along the smoke line.
Men who never before could
smoke a p'pe and men vvho’ve
smoked pipes for years all testify
to the delight it hands out! P. A.
can't bite or parch.1 Both are
cut out by our exclusive patented
process 1
Right now while the going’s
good you get out your old jimmy
pipe or trie papers and land on
some P. A. for what ails your
particular smoksappetite !
You buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is sold. Toppv red bags,
tidy red tins, handsome pound end half pound '■ n h~iid ) ■ s~ <>nd
—that classy, practical pound crystal glas iiunn rwi'i\ -purge
moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect rordition.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Winston-Salem, N. C.
The Sign of Service
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Motor Gasoline
Awide\arietyof isto buy from the
mixtures is being dealers listed bc
sold under the low. 1 hey sell
name“gasoline.” onl> SOCONA
The best way to —uniform, pure,
he sure that the powerful Look
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measures up to W bite and Blue
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CITY GARAGE
HALL-TLLIS HARDWARE CO.
F. W CURTIS & SON
HARDING & RACKLIFFE
LORD & CO.
RE*D GARAGE & MACHINE CO.
WINDSOR HOTEL STABLE
EAST BELFAST I. mason co.
ISLESBORO COSTELLO M. WILLIAMS
LIBERTY WALTER A. YOUNG
MORRILL ARTHUR B HATCH
NORTHPORT c. 0. dickey & co.
j C E. PERKINS
SEARSMONT v. a. simmons s co.
SEARSPORT MOUROE’i garage
C. 0. SAWYER & CO.
:
NO. SEARSPORT FRED E. stinson
STOCKTON AMES GROC RY CO.
P. L. HaP £R j
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SWANVILLE NICKERSON & 0AVIM
WALDO FHED LITTLEFIELD
STANDARD OIL COMPANY of NEW YORK

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