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White Opening Summer Millinery SATURDAY, May 24, 1919 H. H. COOMBS CO. SEARSPORT. Mrs. Clara Blanchard who spent the winter in Mew Y ork arrived last week. Fred Harris of Jamaica Plains, Mass., arrived Monday for a week of fishing at Swan Lake. Melvin B. Thompson of New York is a guest at the home of Capt. and Mrs. A. B. Pendleton. Capt. and Mrs. James H. Pendleton who spent the winter in Eustis, Florida, arrived Wednesday. Mrs E. I). P. Nichols arrived in Sears port last week and has reopened her home in West Main street. Fred E. Swift motored up from Rock land Saturday, to spend the week-end at his home in Searsport. Capt. Asa Tower and family of Ban gor have moved to the Park place which Capt. Tower recently purchased. I)r. A. A. Jackson of Everett, Mass , arrived Tuesday to spend a few' days at his bungalow on Pleasant Point. Mrs. Lud C. Havener of Worcester, Mass., and Mrs. Wm. Curtis and daugh ter Elizabeth of Everett, arrived by auto Friday. Mrs. Frank Curtis who spent the win ter at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Kneeland, in Dorchester, arrived Tuesday. Mrs. John Tenney of Houlton and Mr. and Mrs. John Tenney, Jr. of Worcester, Mass., arrived Friday for a visit with Mrs. J. W. Black. Among those who were in town to at tend the funeral of Sumner Stevens, were John Stevens of Rochester, N. H., and Mrs. C. C. Murphy of Rangeley. Charles Jahonnet of Newton Upper Falls, Mass., arrived by auto Friday with a party of seven. Tiiey went to Swan Lake for a week of lishing and are guests at Marden’s. triends of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Col cord will regret to learn that they' will not open their summer home here this season, but will spend il|e summer months at. Barre, Mass Miss Jessie Nickerson arid Miss Rebecca Ross went to Boston by train Friday, for the purpose of driving home their Olds piphile roadster, which was shipped from Tampa by boat. Mrs. Henrietta R. Young who has been for several months the guest of Lieut. Com. Wilbur J. Carver and Mrs Carver, in Norfolk, Va., is now in Brooklyn, N, Y., at the home of her sister, Mrs. Al- i bert Colson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curtis of Everett, Mass., arrived in Searsport Friday by auto, making the run from Everett in one day. While in town Mr. Curtis will superintend the making of a garden at Ins summer home here. Austin K. Vaughan, who for a year and a half has assisted his brother, Donald Vaughan, in the Searsport Drug Store, completed 1 is duties there Saturday and went to Belfast, where he will have a position with Swan-Whitten Co. Miss Alice Blanchard arrived Saturday from New York, and is the guest of Mrs. Fred Swift. Miss Blanchard came to town to superintend tile opening ot the Blanchard house in West Main street for the summer, l i e eutete has been let to Miss Gibson of Bangor Miss Lillian Smith was operated upon at tne Waldo County Hospital on Satur- | day, Drs. Carl Stevens of Belfast and S. L. Fairchild of Searsport performing the operation Friends will he glad to know that Miss Sm.th came through the ordeal finely and is quite comfortable. Letters received Monday from Lieut. Nehemiab Kculstone, in Langres, France, teils of the destruction of his quarters by fire on the t ight of April 30th. Lieut. Roulstone lost about 1000 francs worth of property, including a dress uniform, two coats and in fact most of .his personal sheets A most successiui public card party j was given in the Service Rooms Friday evening by Anchor Chapter, O E. S., . Capt. B. F. Colcord, Capt. Joseph Sweet- . ser and Dr. S. L. Fairchild were hosts and the evening was much enjoyed. A i large number were present and the re- 1 ceipts were very satisfactory. Delicious ice cream and cake were served after the game. A disastrous fire occured at the home of Nathan Keene on the Black road, late last Thursday afternoon. The house, shed and barn were destroyed, with all of the household goods and a valuable horse. Nathan Keene and his son Melvin were away at work, leaving Mrs. Keene an | elderly woman, alone on the place. The cause of the fire is unknown, but it prob | ably started in the barn, as that burned first. On discovering the fire, Mrs. Keene made a desperate effort to save the horse which was tied in the stable. She was badly burned about the face and arms but was unable to rescue the animal. There was but a small insurance on the proper ty, and the family were left with abso lutely nothing but the clothes they were wearing. Capt. Wilbert R. West died suddenly at his home in Warren street, Wednes day afternoon. Capt. West has for some time been in poor health, but was able to be down town but a few hours before his death. Wednesday afternoon he was working at his weirs on the shore and while pushing a boat into the water he was seined with a shock. He was taken to his home and lived but half an hour. He was born in Searsport in June 1855, the son of Enos and Mary Jane (Robin son) tie was a direct descendent of Ann Patterson, the first white child born in Belfast. Capt. West followed the sea the greater part of bis life, his first voyage being in the bark C. 1). Bryant, built in the Carver yard in Searsport and com manded by Capt Jasper N. Nichols. He sailed for several years on deep water voyages, later engaging in the coastwise trade. For some time he was in com mand of the schooner Celia F., owned in Jacksonville Fla. Two years ago be left the sea and engaged in the weir fishing business. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Sherman Coos of Stockton Springs, and by two brothers, Frank West of Bel fast and Capt. Wilson N. West of Sears port Funeral services were held from his late home Friday, Rev. N. F. Atwood of the Methodist church officiating. In terment was in the Merrithew cemetery. BKOUKS. C. F. Fogg lost a horse last week. Elmer Billington is at work for Hale Rose on the farm. George Jones is at work for Gage & Collins in Belfast. I H. C. Buzzell of Belfast, called on friends in town Sunday. Mr. Wilbur Blodgett of Searsport was a Sunday caller at W. E. Barker’s. Mrs, Alice Norwood has moved to Port land where Mr. Norwood has employ ment. Mrs. Mabel Fogg has been confined to the house for several weeks with this pre vailing cold. Miss Isabelle McAndless of Belfast spent the week-end with friends and rela tives in town. Mrs. Amy Godding of Pittsfield spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Mary Lancaster. Mr. Robert Stiles of Hartland spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Stiles. Mrs Amy Grant left Tuesday morning for a few weeks’ visit with relatives in Massachusetts and New York. Private Arthur R. Frost who has seen fourteen months of service in England and France, arrived home last week hav ing received hit h&norable discharge from Camp Upton, N. Y. Frank B. Sargent cafliie hear losing bis \ car last Saturday, whetl fire Was discover- i ed in the cushion of the front seat by C. \ Perkins Roberts who immediately threw the cushion from the car. No serious damage was done There was the usual attendance at the pictures at Crockett’s Halt Saturday night and the 5 reel featute, ‘ The Return of May,” featuring the movie favorite, May Allison, was pronounced good by ail. Episode It of “The Lion’s Claws,” was shown, also a rec-i of Ilearsts News. Mr. C. A. Lane passed away Sunday p. m. at his home here in the village He has been in poor health for several months and failed rapidly in the past few weeks. Funeral services were held from the Congregational church, Wed nesday at 2 o’clock p. m., Rev. W. E. Streeter, officiating. CHUliCH NOTES. Mr. Reuben Smith of Boston commenced special services here last Wednesday at 7.45 p. m. The attendance is encouraging. The services will be continued every evening except Saturday at7.45 p. m. ..Next Sunday Me morial Day services will be held at 2 p m. Gospel service at 7.30 p. m. As this is Mr. Smith’s last service we give ail a very cordial invitation to be present.... Merl Fogg is the new janitorat the church. .. .Evangelist Reuben Smith gave a very inspiring address to the High School and senior grades on Tuesday last. NORTHPORT Dr. and Mrs. Carnes have arrived at Bayside for the summer. Mrs. Veazie and Mrs. Booth have ar rived at the Veazie cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hopkins have been spending a few days at Bayside. Mr. and Mrs. Kirst have opened their cottage, Logwood Camp for the summer. Misses Myra and Ida Blunt have open ed White Rock cottage for the summer. Mrs. W. C. Thompson of New York has opened her cottage at Kelley’s Cove for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sheldon and son Earl, spent Sunday with their son, Ches ter Sheldon and family. Miss Abbie MacLaughlin who has been spending the winter in Bangor, has open ed her summer cottage at Bayside. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mahoney and father, Mr. Merriman, have returned from Bangor and have opened their home for the summer. A forest fire broke out Wednesday night about 6 o’clock, near Kelley’s Cove. Forthport fire company was called out, but the fire was under control before they got there. Charles T. Mahoney, who has charge of the golf links, had the ground in fine condition, and Wednesday afternoon, May 14th, a moose went onto No. g8 green and damaged it very badly. JACKSON. H. E. Chase was in Belfast, May 20th. Daniel Nason was a business visitor here last week. Mr. D. M. Kimball of Frankfort was in town Monday. James Roberts, who has been at work on the railroad, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chase and J H. McKinley attended the Farmers’ Union meeting in Brooks, May 20th. Mrs. L. R. Stevens and two little daughters spent several days last week with Mrs. Bent Lowe of Brooks. A large number from this town attend ed the lecture at Brooks, Monday night, given by Capt. Percy Hastey of Dexter, formerly of Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Boyd, who have been at their lumber camp here in town during the winter and spring, have re turned to their home in Monroe. Services were held Sunday, May 18th, at the Cong, church by the pastor, Rev. Frank Timperly. They will be held May 25th by Mr. Ruben Smith, evangelist. The Jackson W. C. T. U. will hold an entertainment May 23rd at the Grange Hall. Mrs. Nickerson, a field worker of the W. C. T. U., will be present to give a lecture and reading. A local entertain ment will follow. Ice cream and cake will be on sale. : born I KNOWLTON, In Monroe, May 17, to 1 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Knowlton, twins, a [ boy and a girl, Phillip and Phyllis. MARRIED Dunbar-Wilson. In Belfast, May 15, by Rev. Mahlon E. Curtis, Orrie F. Dun bar and Etta Wilson, both of Belfast. Ellis-Gray. In Belfast, May 17, by Rev. C. W. Martin, Dana Ellis and Ger trude Gray, both of Belfast. FLAGG-PlERCE. In Belfast, May 19, by Rev. C. W. Martin, Elmer E. Flagg of Belmont and Sadie D. Pierce of Belfast. McCorrison-Stinson. In Belfast, May 19, by Rev C. W. Marlin, Norman L. McCorrison and Maisie Stinson, both of Belfast. DIED?" CLARK. In iitockfon Springs, May 16, Jefferson Clark, aged about 80 years. CURTIS, in Belfast, May 16, Frame A. Curtis, lormerly of Waldo, aged 84 years and 6 months. Eaton in Belfas', May 16, Selena A , wife of Charles B. Eaton, aged 47 years and 21 days. POTTER. In Cambridge, Mass., May 17, Mrs. Edith E. Potter, formerly of Bel | fast, aged 48 years, WELCH. In Coldwater, Mich,, May 19, Annie Russell, wife of Francis fl. Welch, formerly of Belfast, aged 64 years. ; BELFAST PRICE CURRENT. Corrected Weekly for The Journal. PRODUCE MARKET j Apples, i f r libl., $3 0<)a4 00 Beans, pea, 9 Beans, y. e., 9 j Butter, 50a55 Beef, sides, 15a 10 | Beef, f. q., 15 I Cheese, 30 Chicken, 35 ! Calf Skins, 50 ! Duck, 35 i Eggs, 50 ! Fowl, 35 ; Geese, 32 i RETAIL PRICE ■ Beef, corned, 35a38 Butter, salt, 18a24 Corn, 1 99 Cracked corn, 1 84 Corn meal, I 84 Qheese, 42 Cotton seed, 3 55 Cranberries, 00 ! Clover seed, 32a42 ! Flour, 13 25a 15 00 H. G. seed, 5 75 : Lard, 38 TAID PRODUCER Hay, $20 00a25 00 ! Hides, i7 Lamb, 28 Lambskins, SOalOO: Mutton, 20 ! Potatoes, 1 40a 1 50 . Round Hog, 22 ! Straw, 10 00a 12 00 Turkey, 26a32 Tallow, 2 Veal, 20a 22 Wool, unwashed, 50 Wood, hard, 8 00 Wood, soft, 6 50 RETAIL MARKET Lime, 2 20 Oats, 94 Oat Meal, 8 Onions, 15 Oil, kerosene, 17ai8 P<5tlQck, 15 Pork, 34 Rye meal, 8 Shorts, 2 80 j Sugar, 10 1-2 | Salt, T. 1., 1 35 [ Sweet potatoes, 00 CARD OF THANKS ■ We wish to thank all for their many courtesies to us in our recent bereave ment, and especially for the profusion of beautiful flowers sent to the funeral. Mrs. Chas. E. Small and Relatives Matinee Daily at 2 30 Adm. 11c and 6c COLONIAL THEATRE ™ Evening 7.00 and 8.30 Adm. 17c and 11c THURSDAY Elsie Ferguson in “The Marriage Price” She was a poor girl. She married a millionaire. He really loved her. Nothing unusual about that, you say. No? Then you have a surprise coming to you. Get the family together to enjoy it. Mack Sennett T*o keel Comedy, ‘her Blighted Love” FRIDAY THE DIVING VENUS ANNETTE KELEERMAN IN “QUEEN OF THE SEA” A Big Sub-sea Spectacle of Beauty, Charm and Thrills. Filmed at Bar Harbor. SATURDAY BRYANT WASHBURN in “POOR BOOB” A COMEDY DRAMA IN FIVE ACTS. Sunshine Comedy. Pathe News A TREAT FOR THE FAMILY. MONDAY • Norma Talmadge IN “HER ONLY WAY” IUESDAY THE FOX SPECIAL “The Land of the free,” or “The Life of Gen. John J. Pershing’ PEARL WHITE in «The Lightning Raider” W EDINESDAY William B. Hart IN “The Poppy Girl’s _Husband” NeponseT board QUARTERED OAK FINISH AND AMERICAN READY WALL BOARD CREAM WHITE FINISH r— 'HARK NepIseT 1 PRODUCTS^* FOR WALLS, CEILINGS AND PARTITIONS Substantial, Practical and Decorative Effects are Easily Obtained These high grade Wall Boards are for u e in Oiu and New Buildings. They may be used instead of laths, plaster and wall paper. The use of these Boards allows the owner to do his own repair or decorating jobs, which without Wall Board would call for the services c a skilled artizan. Carpenters and Coir tors find that N PONSET and American Wall P. are just the materials for partitions, panellings ceilings and (hey can b usejd with profit and sati a tion in all kinds of buildings. DISTRIBUTOR'*, COOPER & CO., 22 Front Street, Belfast, Maine. Probate Notices. ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE, 'i he eub scriber hereby gives notice that he has been duly appointed administrator of the estate of ADA B. REYNOLDS, late of Burnham, in the County of Waldo, deceased, and given bonds as the law directs. All persons having demands against the estate of said deceased are desired to present the same for settlement and all indebted there to are r< quested to make payment immediately. A. ERNEST HUSTUS. W aterville, Me , May 13, 1913. ADMINISTRATRIX’S NOTICE. The sub scriber hereby gives r.otice that she; has been duly appointed administratrix ot the estate of GfcORuE f, WURCH, late of Unity, in the County of Waldo, d ceased, and given bonds as the law directs. All persons having demands against the estate of said deceased are desired to present the same for settle rnent, and all indebted thereto are requested to make payment immediately. ALICE R. MURCH. Unity, Me., May 13, 1919. ADMINISTRATRIX’S NOTICE lhe sub scriber hereby gives notice that the has been duly appointed administratrix of the estate of JOHN ARTHUR THOMPSON, late of Unity, in the County of Waldo, deceased, and given bonds as the law directs. All persons having demands against the estate of said deceased are desired to present the same for settlement and all indebted thereto are requested to make payment immediately. MARY E. THOMPSON. Unity, Me., May 13, 1919. ADMINISTRATORS’ NOTICE. The sub scriber hereby gives notice that he has been duly appointed administrator ot the estate of HARRIET A. HOOK, late of Belfast, in the County of W aldo, deceased, and given bonds as the law directs. All persons having demands against the estate ot said deceased | are desired to present the same for settlement ! and all indebted thereto are requested to make payment immediately, ROBERT F. DUNTON. Belfast, Me., May 13, 1919, ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. The sub scribei hereby gives notice that he has been duly appointed administrator of the estate of SARAH J. SANFORD, late of Montville, in the County of Waldo, deceased, and given bonus as the law directs. All persons having demands against the estate cf said deceased are desired to present the same for settlement and all indebted thereto are requested tomake payment immediately. FRANK W. SANFORD. Montville, Me., May 13, 1919. _ ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The sub scriber hereby gives notice that he has been duly appointed administrator of the estate of WEALTHY P. Gil.KEY, late of Islesboro. in the Ciunty of Waldt. deceased, ai d given bonds as the law directs. A111 persons having demands against the estate of said deceased are desired to present the same for settle ment and all indebted thereto are requested to make pay ment immediately. ALFRED P. G1LKEY. Islesboro, Me , May 13, 1919. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The eub I scriber hereby gives notice that he has been I duly appointed administrator, with the will annexed, of the estate in the State of Maine of OLIVIA T, LliTMAN, late of Lynn, in the County of Essex snd Commonwealth of Massachusetts, deceased, and given bonds as the law directs. All persons having de mands against the estate of said deceased are desiTed to piesent the same for settlement and all indebted thereto are requested to make payment immediately. v JAMES H. HOWES Belfast, Me., May 13,1919. ADMINISTRATORS’ NOTICE. The sub scribers hereby give notice that they have been duly appointed administrators of the estate of HERBERT G. M ADDOCKS, late of Swanville, in the County of Waldo, deceased, and given bonda as the law directs. All persons having demands against the estate of said deceased are desired to present the same for settle ment and all indebted thereto are requested to make payment immediately. HERBERT F. M ADDOCKS of Brooks, Me. ERNEST E. MADDOCKS of Swanville, Me. May 13,1919. At a Probate Court held at Belfast, within ar d ! for the County of Waldo, on the second I Tuesday of May, A D, 1919 A certain instrument, purporting to be the ' last will and testament of William E, Bowl, r, ! late of Searsport, in said County of Waldo] j deceased, having been presente ! for probate I with petition praying that said will be allowed I and that letters testamentary issue to her Caddie Bowler, she being the executor nam« d j therein, wit! out boi d, it t.eing so provided in said will. Ordered, that notice ne given to ail persons i interested by causing a copy of this order to j be published three weeks successively, in The ! Republican Journal, a newspaper pub ished at ] Belfast, that they may appear at a Probate j Court, to be held at Belfast, within ari l for ' said County, on the second Tuesday of June j next, at ten of the c;cck before no >n, and ; show cause, if any they nave, why the same j should not be proved, approved and allowed i and petition granted. ELLERY BOWDEN. Judge. j A true copy. Attest: ( Has. E. Johnson. Register. ___ | At a Probate Court h. id at Belfast, within and for the County of Waldo, in vacation, on the 14th day of May, A. L). 1919. Blanche M. Mansfield of Bangor, in the County of Penobscot, as creditor in estate of Addie De Silver, late of Prospect, in said County of Waldo dt ceased, having presented a petition praying that John R. Dunton of Bel last, in the County of Waldo, or some other suitable person, be appointed adminis trator of the estate of said deceased. Ordered, That the said petitioner give notice to all persons interested by causing a copy of this order to be published three weeks suc cessively in The Repub'ican Journal, a news paper published at Belfast, that they may hd pear at a Probate Court, to be held at Belfast, within and for said County, on the 10th day of June, A. L), 1919, at t< n of the clock before noon, and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. ELLERY BOW DEN. Judge. A true copy. Attest: Chas E. Johnson, Register. WALDO SS. In C ourt of Probate, held at Belfast, on the 13th day of May, 1919. Thomas ! M- Gunn, executor of .he will of Ada I. Cobb, late of Searsmont, in said County, deceased, j having presented his first and final account of administration of said estate for allowance. j Ordered, that notice thereof be given, three j weeks successively in The Republican Journal, | a newspaper published in Belfast, in said Coun- j ty, that all persons interested may attend at a | Probate Court, to be held at Belfast,on the 10: h day of June next, and show cause, if any they have, why the said account should not be ! allowed. ELLERY BOWDEN, Judge. ] A true copy. Attest: Chas. E. Johnson, Register. J CITY OF BELFAST Street Sprinkling. The City Council of the City of Belfast hav ing determined that the followit g streets ar.d portions of streets shall tre sprinkled in whole ; at the expense of the abutters thereon, viz: Chureh street, its entire length; High street ! from Northport avenue to Kield street; North port avenue from the end of the square to City ; Park; Main street from the westerly side ef j Postoffice Square to Water street; Water street from Main street to Maine Central Railroad; ' driveway on westerly side of shoe factory; j Beaver street, its entire length;! notice is : hereby given that the Municipal Officers will be in session on Monday, June 2, at 7.30 o chick in the afternoon, at their office in Memorial Building in said Belfast, for the purpose of determining the aniount to be asstssed against the estateB abutting on said streets, to defray the expense of sprinkling, at which time all pariieB interested may be heacd if they see fit. C. W. WESCOTT, D. T. CLEMENTS. V. A. SIMMONS, 2w21 R. L. COOPER, Municipal Officers of the City of Belfast. HORSES We Sell Them. Will arrive THURSDAY, MAY 22, another load of those good, young, sound horses, pairs and singles, weighing from 1200 to 1500 lbs. Prices right. Horses right. Tel. 42, Unity. 2w31 E. B. HUNT, Unity. When You are in Aups' - whether you have banking business os jj not, come in and make your Headquarters With l and get acquainted with this Large National Ba Remember we pay 4 °Jo interest froi the first of each month on deposits o withdrawals. BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIA FIRST N4riOML~GRAfilT£ BA AUGUSTA athe tkadc MARK KNQV » ^UNIVERSAL ^ IN EVERY IIOMl Will Broi'i I iVy.$i<‘n an.I 'h No. <364-4 heat EXECTP UNIVERSAL <jRIL Appetizing l)i$he$ Served Conveniently Ever Try Cooking by Electricity It’s so easy with the “Universal” Electric Grill can be regulated at will and you can broil, fry, to.> stew perfectly. For late suppers or small gatherings where daintin service rather than quantity of food is desired, th - versal Grill stands unique among electrical devices For Sale at all Our Stores, Price Penobscot Bay Electric Co. TO RRNT I Twin Oak Cottage, situated at the head of Swan Lake in the Cartel grove, so called. Three sleeping rooms all furnish ed, dining room. 14x28, kitchen 14x14, all furnished. Good boat. Good lisping. Tel. 80, ring 6. 3w21* A. STINSON, Monroe. LOST On the street Monday afternoon, two gold dollars connected with a small pin chain. The finder will be rewarded by .returning the same to the Journal office or to Mrs. Clarence E. Wyman, 156 High 1 street. For 5aIt St. Regis everbearing Price of good strong I 50 for 80c.; 100 for $1 prepaid. FRAN K 39 Northport A\e 2w21 Notice A practically new top change for a cow. Wou cow, a large one and an ea." giving a good amount of »' v . 2w21* FRANh i! 39 Northport A'