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, . IRTH S6.00
WORTH $6.00
ARMY SHOES £4.95 1
just Think of it Men!
\ chance to buy a pair of shoes once more at a reason
able price. We will place on sale this morning Two :
Hundred Pairs of Army Shoes at FOUR NINETY
1VE a pair. And when the two hundred pairs are j
one—you’ll pay us. and everybody else, at least Six
■liars —and perhaps more.
To begin with, they are made by the Endicott,
Hinson Co. (the largest makers of Men’s Shoes in
• eWorld) which insures you of the best materials and
orkmanship. Every pair is made on the famous
Pinson last, the same last that is used by the United
-ottes Government in all their shoes. The upper stock
•f soft genuine Chrome leather in a rich Mahogany
i.ide. The soles are of good Quality Oak—strictly
oodyear welted—which makes them flexible and
isy bending.
We particularly call the attention to these "who
ave been across” and know what good ARMY
HOES ARE. They will appreciate that these are
same soi’t of shoes that they took many a long
imp in. Order a pair of these shoes by Parcel Post
. if they are not all, and more than you expected,
will not only refund YOUR PURCHASE PRICE —
: all carrying CHARGES BESIDES.
The Dinsmore Store
News of Belfast
.pert National Bank publishes
if condition.
men ballot for special election
Savings Bank advertises book
of Ford touring car for sale,
ry offers apple barrels for sale,
nial Theatre publishes picture
: the week
S’.eam Vulcanizing Co. adver
lattery and winter storage scr
olls, Morrill, wants situation
ral Maine Power Co. advertise
radiators as just the thing
'ol evenings.
is Sample Shop advertise ex
oargains in coats, sweaters,
turday, Oct. 4 h.
more Store offer 200 pairs of
'his morning at $4.95 a pair,
ivertise for H gh school boy
'avis advertises his live store
. as a complete shuwing of suits,
mackinaws, etc. He also has
ster pigs for sale.
!!. Howes advertises fall and
is, a great many new ones
iis week.
Bickford and Luella Alexander
ird of thanks,
of linen hand bag lost,
i.uce, Inc., advertises new Vic
s for October.
Cook of Searsport has been
specialty of photography this
: has many post cards to his
.uding the vessels launched in
direction in Waldo County
een handsome apple trees nov^
uled with highly colored fruit,
rchards of Ex-Senator Charles
Messrs. Charles C. Clements
L. Blaisdell in Winterport are
■ rig miles to see. In the Blais
trd are 10,000 trees.
, Tuttle of this city has been
photographer for the Govern
e four vessels built at Sandy
: lias taken pictures of them at
if their construction. He took
ie last Friday when the barge
was launched. In the time of
itos were held in reserve, but
he sold to the public.
Journal !
Ik Patlems
In Stock
:10c., 7lc., 12lc.
Yours truly,
Fred D. Jones
Cecil, the eight-vear-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest P. Piper, fell from a tree
last Saturday and fractured the thigh
bone of his left leg. Drs. Eugene D. Tap
ley and Harry L. Kilgore were railed to
reduce the fracture.
Two bodies arrived on the Monday
evening train and were taken to Charles
R. Coombs undertaking rooms. One was
that of Gilman C. Fisher, who died Sep
tember 25 at. Muskegon, Mich., and ac
companied by his wife was taken to Cas
tine far interment Tuesday. The other
was Charles H. Wright, who died in New
York City. His remains were accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Crockett. The
funeral was held in the Northport Church
at 2 p. m. Tuesday and the interment
was in Northport.
The offices at Leonard & Barrows shoe
factory have been put into metropolitan
style in every way. They are large,
well ventilated and lighted, have every
accommodation for their force of seven
young women clerks under the direction
of Mrs. Luther A. Hammons. They
have a new bell system, labor saving de
vices in adding machines, etc. The office
entrance has been changed to a side door
next the main entrance. Supt. Herbert
H. Stevens also has a line private office
in the rear of the main room. The main
room is 60x17 1-2 feet.. A first aid room
with all modern conveniences has been
built next the superintendent’s private
mond Wilcox, a young man of about 30
years who came to Belfast several years
ago from Masardis and was working in
the McKay room of the Leonard A Bar
rows shoe factory, disappeared last Sun
day while presumably on a ride to the
City Park in a row boat. He left the
Calvin Pilley house on Union street,
where he roomed, some time between one
and two o’clock p. m. and was apparently
in a normal condition. At about three
o’clock be applied to Wm. B. Decrow for
a boat to go to the Park. He was alone,
but Mr. Decrow thought he was all right
and let him have the boat, which Wilcox
paid for in advance. Mr. Decrow waited
at the boat landing until 8 p. m., but the
young man did not appear. About 9.30 p.
m. Captain Charles Barbour of Deer Isle
coming up the bay in a large power boat
picked up the boat near the can buoy and
brought her in. The painter was just as
Mr. Decrow had left it and both oars
were in the locks ready for use. Mr.
Wilcox’s soft brown hat and a bag of
candy were all that was found in the
boat. Mr. Wilcox was apparently not in
a normal condition and did not intend to
come back when he left his work in the
shoe factory Saturday night. He had
wound yards of the thread around tile
screws etc., of bis machine, and had
done just opposite to what he was sup
posed to do with his working materials.
He was a quiet, gentlemanly mail, but
made few intimate friends, usually pre
ferring to be alone. A brother, Martin
Wilcox, formerly lived in Belfast. His j
parents and several brothers and sisters
live in Masardis. It is the opinion of
Deputy J. A. G. Beach, who is looking
up the case, that the young man was
drowned, although there are other rumors
that he might be wandering in the vicin
ity. A party of young people picnicing.
on the shore near the Fahy cottage saw
him on the beach as late as 4.45. 1 hey
did not speak to him but noticed his
despondent manner as he stood looking
into the boat. The young man of the
party thinks Wilcox is wandering along
the shore or still farther away.
by keeping your powers of
resistance at highest peaK. It is
as natural for
Scoffs Emulsion
to strengthen as it-ss for your
food to nourish the body.
If you would conquer weak
ness-increase your resistance— (
take Scott’s Emulsion often. i
Scott & Bowue. nluomheld.N.J. 19-7 j
Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Hartshorn and
daughter Martha have closed their sum
mer home in Swanville and taken apart
i ments for the winter in the Hamilton
| house on Franklin street.
Some of the red poppy beds in memory
of our boys at Flanders Field are bloom
ing unusually late. One of the most at
tractive beds is at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Morrill in Belmont.
Coombs Brothers, owners of the steam
ers Castine and Golden Rod, the former
having been on the Bangor route and the
latter on the Islesboro route, will, begin
ning early in November, begin with the
Castine on a route between Camden and
Belfast touching at West Islesboro.
They plan to leave Camden at 9.45 a. m.
via. West Islesboro and returning will
leave Belfast at 1.30 p. m. This will be
very convenient especially to the travel
ling men.
Mrs. Thomas E. Bowker, who enter
tained last Wednesday evening at a sur
prise covered dish Bupper was the victim
of a genuine surprise with one of her
guests, Miss Amy E. Stoddard, when
each received a birthday cake with several
candles. This was a coincidence too time
ly to miss. A delicious supper was fol
lowed by auction at two tables. The
other guests were Mrs. Fred R. Poor,
Mrs. Norman S. Donahue, Mrs. Marthon
Doak, Mrs. Hugh Young, Mrs. Herbert
L. Seekins, Mrs. Leslie C. Follett and
Miss Eva Wentworth.
A large bull moose was seen last Sun
day stalking around the fields of Capt. R. |
W. Warren on Lincolnville avenue. He i
was discovered first by Mrs. Herbert 1
Black and her two children and he was 1
not in the least afraid of them, but they j
were simply terrified at this immense |
wild animal so near their home. He is ]
supposed to be in the Congress street '
woods and the Northport woods adjacent, i
as tracks were recently found on the !
golf course of the Country Club. The j
local sports hope he will remain in this
vicinity until the close time goes oil of ;
moose in November.
The lecture “The After Glow” by Joe '
Mitchell Chappie in tne Armory last
Wednesday evening was well attended j
and very entertaining. He held the closest j
attention of young and old as he told inci- j
dents of his youth, his newspaper work,
his visits to world celebrities, to the bat
tlefields of the late war, etc. Particularly
vivid was his description of President
Wilson’s reception in Paris. The story
of the ride he later took with General
Pershing to the German territory was a
wonderful word picture. Mr. Chappie
was introduced by Principal Foster of the
B. H. S., Rev. Charles W. Martin ollered
prayer, and Miss Helen, daughter of May
or and Mrs. C. W. Wescott, was the ac
companist as the audience sang America.
There will be a dance Fridli? eveni ~
at the new pavilion at the park.
Patterson & Sylvester, Inc., have
placed a handsome black and silver sign
over their Main street store.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Coombs have
taken the rent in the Coombs house on
Union St., recently vacated bv Mrs I
P. Miller.
Mrs. Eva Nutt Chase, now of Boston
I has been in Belfast the past week the
j guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox.’ On
j her return she was accompanied by her
j daughter, Hazel Wentworth. The latter
; was recently sent to the Girl’s school at
j Hallowell on complaint of Belfast parties,
j At the request of her mother she was
1 brought to Belfast last Friday for a hearl
: ing before Judge L. B. Deasy of the Su
preme Judicial Court and was released
from the State’s custody.
The Brocton, N. Y., Mirror ot Sept.
17th has the following item of a former
Belfast young lady, Miss Elizabeth R.
Robbins, now Mrs. Paul DeLaney:
“Mrs. Paul DeLaney returned Saturday
afternoon from a most successful motor
trip of over 1300 miles in her new Oak
land Sedan to Boston and vicinity. She
was accompanied by Mrs. David Roach
on the trip over and stops were made al
Geneva, Albany. Pittsfield, Springfield
and Worcester. The return trip was made
over the famous Mohawk trail, which
presents some of the most marvelous and
varied scenery in the east. Mrs. DeLaney
was accompanied on the return trip by
her sister, Mrs F. W. Chase of Newton,
Mass., and her nephew, Gordon Ringold
of Northboro, Mass., who is on his way
to Denison University, Granville, Ohio.”
The Lecture Course. Miss Ida Wil
son of Malden, Mass., arrived in Bel
fast last Thursday to arrange for the.
Coit-Alber lecture course to be given this
winter. The course is under the direction
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradbury and
will be a benefit for the Universalist
church. There will be three concerts of
unusual merit and the best this well
known bureau has listed. The first, the
De Mille Quartet will be given Nov. ltth
The Metropolitan Singers will be lieTe on
March 5th and the Howard Quintet April ,
7th. Lincoln McConnell, LL. D.. will
give one of his famous lectures Feb. 11th.
He is a great favorite here as he lectured
in last season’s course. Ralph Pi rlette,
also a favorite lecturer here, says of Dr.
McConnell: ‘‘He is his own prelude,
postlude, interlude, orchestra, footligh s,
chairman, deficit and bid boy in ‘he front
row.” He has recently been presented
with a new degree, G. D., or Grouch
Doctor,” and his cup of happiness is full,
for that is Dr. Lincoln McConne !'s mis
sion in life. The tickets are no v being
sold, $2 for the course and 75 cents for a
single admission. The course tickets are
selling rapidly and may be had at the
Luce music store. The concerts will be
given in the Colon al Theatre a id the
lecture in the Universalist church.
Follow the Crowd
They lead to this live store where every dollar you |
spend returns you full value. We boug it our goods
right, we sell them right. Our guarantee goes with
every saie. We are building for the future more than
for the day. New goods arriving daily. We have a
complete showing ol
Suits, Overcoats, Mackinaws
Come in, look around, see what a real store dooks
like. Yours truly,
Bargains Extraordinary
;;;; Saturday, Octob&r]4th ] . J
THESE days of cold wthds and falling leaves are bound to turn our
thoughts to one’s own personal warmth and comfort and what
more natural at this season of the year than for you to think, about
a nice warm coat with a collar that turns up so high ami feels so
comfy, and that loose fitting back with its graceful curves that makes
it so much admired by every one you pass on the street; or that nice
heavy sweater that is bound to drive awaj that creepy feeling you so
much dread when you step out of the house on these cold fall morn
ings; and yes those handy little sleeveless slipons, in all co.ors, that
every woman does so love to own and is easy to slip on under the
coat and that goes so nice with the heavy wool plaid skirts which
this store is featuring this fall. And why not at this time try on some
of those smart ready-to wear hats which we have received this week
direct from the New York makers. And also a special lot of f >>rs to
go with these coals and hats.
And so our Saturday I
prices on these coats j
$18.50 valu; $14.98
32.50 “ 25.50
37.50 “ 31.50
42.50 “ 36.50
43.75 “ 37.50
4 49.50 “ 042.50
56.50 “ 47.50 f
6200 “ 55.00 ;
Saturday price on Sweaters, $3.95^to 10.98
One special lot Sweaters, 5.89
Saturday price on Plaid Skirts, 6.98 to 11.98 window
“ “ “ Hats, 1.75 to 7.00 ^n*ow_
And furs priced so reasonable that, you cannot afford to catch cold as
the doctor’s bill will cost you more than these furs to keep you warm.
Don’t forget the time and place, Saturday, the 4th, at]
Clark’s Corner, High Street.
C. F. HAMMONS. Manager.
Ma,TioDaiiy |The Colonial!
Elinor Glyn’s Famous Story
“The Career of Katherine Bush”
With Beautiful CATHERINE CALVERT as the Star.
Mack Sennett Comedy, “Reilly’s Wash Day”
“You’re Fired”
A Popular Star in an 0. Henry Story. A
combination hard to beat.
Bill Parson’s 2 Act Comedv.
Mabel Normand in
“The World
To Live In”
Catherine Calvert
“A Marriage
for Convenience”
Eddie Fcfc ir
, Cyclore Smith Stcry
The Famous Drury
Lane Melodrama
“The White
Lloyd Comedy
Eat More Bread
•'T ;
Bread builds he lath and
For delicious flavor and
for the greatest food
value, make it in your
own home with
Hear Alda sing
“Laddie O’ Mine”
From hundreds of art-songs this noted soprano
choose this loveiy ballad to interpret.
Yictrola Red Seal Record, 64779
Mischa Elman plays a “Tango”
The extreme popularity of the tango has passed,
but it lives on in the art-music of the world. 'I his
selection is superb as this great violinist plays it.
Yictrola Red Seal Record, 64821
Two songs by Quartets
“Mandy” was one of the successes of the 1919
“Follies.” The Shannon Four sing it in halting
ragtime rhythm.
“Breeze (Blow My Baby Back to Me)” is
sung by the American Quartet.
Victor double-faced Record, I8o05
Don’t fail to hear the
New Victor Records for October
We’ll gladly play them for you.
Wm. L. Luce, Inc.,
Belfast, Maine
Belfast Savings Bank
Notice is hereby given that Savings-Bank
Book No. 12,326. issued by this bank, has
been lost and application has been made for
a duplicate book according to laws regulat
j ing issuing new books.
W1LMEK J. DORMAN, Treasurer,
j Belfast, Sept. 26, 1919-3w40
scriher hereby gives notice that he has been
duly appointed administrator of the estate of
ALBERT N. FARROW, late of Northport,
in the C >unty 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.
Union, Me., Sept. 9, 1919.
Real Estate
We are offering soni3 good local bar
gains this week that will appeal to the
fall buyer
One lot of land on Congress Street,
with cellar, fruit and apple trees.
Large lumber and wood lot in North
port, with easy haul to Belfast.
Eight room house on Cedar Street.
! known as the Wood’s house Hath and
j modern fittings.
Large house on Northport Avenue, with
stable, known as Luce-Townsend house,
I at bargain price.
Fourteen room house on Church Street,
; known as the Centner house, with mod
ern littings, large stable and plenty of
storage room.
Eight room brick house on Franklin
Street, opposite the postoflice, known as
the Fierce house, with modern plumbing.
Several cottages at Northport in good
farms in all sizes, conditions and loca
i tions.
If you are in want of. home values
come in and looit over our list.
Remember we write l NS l RANGE in
every form desired.
Dickey-Knovvlton ifedi Lstate Company
Pythian Block, Belfast, Maine.
connected with the Windsor Hotel and
known as the Win iscr Hotel Stables, for
sate. Well equipped and doing a good
business. Good reason for selling. Write
o: enquire of 11. A. JONES Prop.
Windsor Hotel, Belfast, Maine.
Tel. dll ;17
H. L. Kilgore, ED.
fids resumed practice in Belfast
Office over Poor's Drug More.
Tel. 327. tw3.HA
Giris Wanted
formerly M. S. Jellison’s Pants Factory.
Also learners for stitching on machines.
Apply at once to
As capable housekeeper in widower’s
home. No objection to child.
Iw40* V. ELLS, Morrill, M line.
For Sale
weeks old. GOOD ONES Price .$5 00
each. BERT L. DAVIS,
Belfast, Marne.
afternoons and Saturdays at
C. E. DO WNING, Insurance,
Augusta, Maine.
For Sale
A five pjssenger forJ fduring Car
in good running order. Apply to
9 Allvn Street. City.
1 w40*
Apply to J. F. VICKERY,
Morrill, Maine.
P. O. address, R. D. 3, Belfast.
Tel. Liberty, 13-41 3w40

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