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T imi in nblttAfluniii rim mi ■MUBAAlMflMMltfg : ;»|lltltltlTlllllllll»uumtiriii*miimuttiiiinwnnuit|,n,l(tw|<M.t<.ihhhhhhhhhhh Honey Unused is Useless! | 1 Bring a little with you and let us show you where you can use some to I advantage. gj I OUR STOCK IS MADE UP OF NECESSITIES. We must have them. i The cave man could go without them; but their descendents of today can’t dress as the old folks did. They d get pinched. y r . WE HAVE THINGS TO WEAR and Teymything men or boys can want | —come in ana look them over. YOU WILL FIND GOODS AND pmrFQ m SATISFACTORY. If we haven’t in’ stock just what you want we’ll be i pleased to order it. CALL IN.- Very truly yours, p BERT L. DAVIS, BELFAST’S LARGEST CLOTHING STORE ,TheI store where your little old dollar buys 100 cents worth TELEPHONE 223-12 X WX* ^ llllf Iiur iBIf miff im mm NEW ADVERTISEMEN fS. The News of Belfast. Miss Cathleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ldwin L Colcord, whose marriage to John Matola of Nashua, N. H., will take place in June, was recently given a tin shower by Miss Lillian Dexter at her home on Cottage street. The hours were spent socially and with music. Light re freshments were served. Other guests were Misses Eleanor Bruce, Louise R. Clement, Doris Coombs, Doris Clifford Katherine Kittridge, Margaret Nickerson! Ceneva Stephenson, Myrtle Simpson and Ruth Wiley. SOMETHING WORTH WHILE! Donald MacMill n, America’s greatest explorer, will lecture in Belfast at the Colonial I heatre an evening of the week of May -4th. Mr. MacMillan brings with him ; actual moving pictures taken on his | trips into the Arctic Mr. MacMillan is a son of Maine and is a thorough Ameri I can—100 per cent pure. This lecture is under the auspices of the Frank D. Hazel tine Post of the American Legion. Be sure to watch for the date and take in this event of years. ■Mrs. J. F. Wilson has been ill since KPr'l 22nd with an infected arm caused by the deep scratches of her pet white Angora cat. The animal had been visit ing a neighbor’s chicken coop and arriv ed home greatly excited. Mrs. Wilson attempted to handle him by throwing her apron oyer his head. He seemed to re sent this and began to attack his best friend. The wounds were cauterized but the whole arm and hand have been badly swollen and very painful. Mrs. Wilson has also been suffering from the nervous shock, but is improving. Miss Va n Zile, the field secretary of the New England division of the Red Cross, was in Belfast recently to meet the Pub lic Health Board and examine the records of the winter’s work. She said that Bel fast s record, size considered, is not ex celled in the State. Miss Sadie M. Nick erson, R. N., the Public Health nurse, has been granted a leave of absence for four months and will leave in June for Simmons College for a special course in the work. Miss Alice Parker, R N a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Parker, who has had experience as a Public Health nurse in Walpole, Mass., and is at present assisting in night work at the Waldo County Hospital, will substitute for Miss Nickerson in her absence. There was a large attendance of the members of Canton Pallas to greet Gen. Will C. Miller of the Patriarchs Militant of Maine of the Odd Fellows and the meeting was one of enthusiasm. Lieut. Harold B. Robinson was added to the finance committee. Applications were received for the degree of Chivalry which will be later conferred in Bangor’ and the Canton passed favorably on the following: Ida P. Libby, Margie P. Row ell and Jennie Frost of Favori Rebekah Lodge of Unity and of Laurel G. Bridges Lena E. Lurvey and Alice Stanley of Center Harbor Rebekah Lodge of Brook lin, Maine. Many of the Canton members are planning on attending the Grand Lodge session in Boston in the coming Septem ber. It is expected that it will be the largest sess:on of Canton members that will be held in the east in years The June Field day will be held in Portland and Belfast will doubtless send a delega tion in attendance on that. The Waldo County Hospital Hon. L C. Morse of Liberty was in Belfast the past week and called at the hospital. Mr. Morse was instrumental in securing the first appropriation for the hospital Miss Iva Blood, R. N., of Morrill has been the hospital recently on a special case....Mrs. Myrl B. Smith of Waldo Mrs. Annie Carney of Belmont, Mrs. m! L. Thompson and Miss Iva Frazier of Searsport, Mrs Mary A. Boulter of Bel fast, all medical patients, have returned home the past week....Jennie and Walter Spear of Belfast, Adrian Smith of Mon roe, who had their tonsils and adenoids removed, have also returned to their homes....Mrs. Abbie E. Simmons and Mrs. Muretta P. Smith of Belfast, medi cal patients, are improving.Mrs. Clif ford Clark of Belfast and Charles Thomp son of Northport, surgical patients, have returned home. The former was operat ed on by Dr. Spear of Rockland.Wat son M. Hudson of Wareham, Mass., a commercial traveller recently injured near the city in an auto accident, re turned home by boat several days ago_ Sherman Cram of Liberty, a surgical pa tient, is at the hospital....Mrs. George W. Davis, who has been at the hospital several weeks, has returned to her home in East Belfast.Miss Elizabeth Cilley of Brooks, a student nurse, graduated Sunday and received her diploma from F. I. Wilson in behalf of the directors. Monday evening she was given a party by friends at the hospital, receiving flowers and many gifts. Refreshments were served.Miss Alice Parker, R. N. is assisting in night work. THE Webb School OF Business Science BELFAST, MAINE. Trains. Accountants Secretaries Stenographers Teachers Executives Enter any day after June 21. Register now. Open all the year ,am L. Lace Inc., advertises tne . IV Outfit for music lovers. : U. Jones advertises the New Edi I its recent re-creation test. Davis advertises his stock of i |,is clothing store. D. Southworth Co. advertises g suits from Hart, Schaffner & Municipal Officers give notice of May 17th to make assessments et sprinkling. . Jiate Highway commission adver nroposals for bridge construc ,1, Partridge und Amy L. Wilson , ■■ real lace collars and embroid . ... om China. it Savings Bank advertises books 1,298 and 15,297 lost. Paul's Garage does auto trucking •'nds. ir S. Smalley advertises auto ser w een Rockland, Camden and Bel l.u/.ie M. Waterman advertises :. ssmaking. M Johnson, Liberty, has house turniture for sale. - orchestra gives notice of danc ,n the Armory Saturday even ■ , 22nd. onial Theatre publishes picture for the week. ’ ntral Maine Power Co. adver -eferred stock as an investment ■ ■ people. W Hart offers to do painting, r- ; ■ :.g, etc. : jnt, Unity, advertises horses for Staples, Citypoint, offers bed i,l chamber set cheap. , of seven-room house for sale, li. Jackson wants situation as r housekeeper. . .., e a! Allen's Hall, Montville, next v, . evening. a tr's Boot Shop advertises the walking pump of Keystone kid. ■mis Sample Shop advertises a ip week sale of odd lots of coats, t:.M. el c. it’s Market advertises its lines eluding halibut, lobsters, etc. . of Knox-Waldo school music ft-t May 28th Home Bakery advertises its e; ■ mjI and rolls. M Creasey and family publish a ■ links. V K A. Sherman wants girl to do |f msework. Webb School of business science an adv. of the school opening l . ■ Belfast women, interested in the Re I publican party, are urgently requested to meet next Monday evening at 7.30 in the Municipal Court room to form an organi zation. Winterport and Frankfort have organizations. Mrs. Essie P. Carle is the county chairman and it is expected to or ganize the other towns in the county within a few weeks. Mayor C. W. Wesctott has received a letter from Mrs. M. F. Bradstreet of Gardiner commending the recent action of the Belfast city government on ad hering to the standard time. She speaks of the “foolish daylight saving” idea and says “it is not just to the farmer, fair to • the travelling public and is not sane,” j closing with the wish that Gardiner may soon come to its senses again and return to the old time. City Marshal M. R. Knowlton received a telegram announcing the death Monday of Miss Ruth Gregory Woodford, the adopted daughter of his sister, Mrs. Mabel Knowlton and Rev. T. P. Gregory of Brooklyn, N. Y., formerly of Belfast She had been a frequent visitor in Bel fast, where she was known as Miss Ruth Gregory. She recently graduated from the High school and her death was caus ed by pneumonia following nervous pros tration. The Belfast Boy Scouts acknowledges receipt of a contribution from Mrs. J. C. Durham for the camping fund this sum mer. The first hike of the season will be to Searsport next Saturday when a game of baseball will be played between the Scouts and the Searsport Grammar school. It is expected that there will be a large delegation go over. The leaving time is 8.30 in the morning. Ermo Scott has been selected as the score-keeper. At the Tuesday evening meeting the choice of a second team was made with Paul Davis as the captain; Robert Clem ents the manager and Ralph Philbrook assistant manager. The first team has been in practice for the past week and are in good trim for the first game of the season. The regular monthly meeting of the Public Health Committee was held in the Red Cross room on Monday afternoon, May 3, at 4 o’clock, Mrs. Essie P- Carle, chairman, presiding. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary and approved. Miss Nickerson reported the work for the month of April as fol lows: Number of cases under care first of month, 14; number of new cases, 11; num ber of readmitted cases, 1; total number of cases during month, 26; number of cases dismissed, 11; cases remaining at end of month, 15; nursing visits made, 82; infant welfare visits, 15; prenatal visits, 5; tuberculosis visits, 3; home visits to school children, 11; ollice treat ments, 3; sanitary inspection visits, 1; other visits, 3; total number of visits, 123; number of paying patients, 6; num ber of free patients, 20; fees collected, $19. After a general discussion of public health work the meeting adjourned. j ■ vis of this city left Saturday ington, D. C., where he was j ihe illness of his son, Henry j of the U. S. Navy, who was ; vie time ago. Telegrams and ; > mted by tile boy have been re- ; - ent advices state that the in- ' ■ i ack, caused oy diving in shal- | , was causing partial paralysis. ' Ilia Test That Convinced ' | fhe recent New Edison test at the Colonial Theatre P-'oved to those who had the pleasure of hearing it, the s marvelous powers of New Edison Re-Creations. n [Ellison stood side by side with the New Edison. He sang. Then his lips stopped moving, but the song ontinued. The New Edison had taken up the music. Hut you did not know which was which. There is no inference between the living voice of the artist and the New Edison’s Re-Creation of it. Css is the most convincing test we have for the New f-dison, because it is the most difficult test a phonograph 1 nn undergo. No other phonograph dares play in direct •mparison with the living artist. Only Edison Re-Crea i—secured by Thomas A. Edison at the cost of years effort and a laboratory expense of 3 million dollars - an perform this miracle. ' a 11 come to this store we’ll demonstrate the ex ,la°rdinary powers of the Mew Edison to Re-Create |!iusic.£Or if you prefer, we’ll do it for you in your own .!0'ne’ Call us up and we’ll bring to you a New Edison, '■'I after demonstrating it, we’ll leave it for you to ex irnme at your leisure. Convince yourself that it exceeds ' ":n your greatest expectations, 24? NEW EDISON “The Phonograph With a Soul” 1 *B0 D. JONES, Belfast, Maine £EW EDISON DANCE RECORDS—THE 1ATEST EACH MONTH. HEAR BY .„... ..... ... ......... Copyright 1920 Ilart Schr.ffner & Marx It’s a sure thing at Southworth’s Stop and think what that means; you can’t possibly make a mistake—no matter what you buy here. You get what you feel is good value for your money —or you get your money back. Ready with spring suits from Hart Schaffner & Marx rT'HE new models in coats are longer, more slender. Broad shouldered, high-chested, with square notched lapels, in double breasted types; slender, snug-shouldered single breasted types. In all these great simplicity of design is the ruling note. New colors and weaves. Young men’s lively styles. New things in shirts Many new patterns and fabrics for spring. You ought to see them. They’re good values. Spring neckwear The spring colorings certainly show in the new neckwear we have here; all styles, all shades. Ralph D. Southworth Company, The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Belfast Savings Bank Notice is hereby given that Savings Bank Book No. 15,298, issued by this bank, has been lost and application has been made for a duplicate book according to laws regulat ing issuing new books. FULLER C. WENTWORTH, ' Treasurer. Belfast, May 8, 1920-3w20 Belfast Savings Bank' Notice is hereby given that Savings Bank Book No. 15,297, issued by this bank, has been lost and application has been made for a duplicate book according to, laws regulat ing issuing new books. FULLER C WENTWORTH, Treasurer. Belfast. May 8, 1920-3w20 DancE AT Allen’s Hall, Montville, Saturday Ewing, May 15. The firemen were called Friday to the home of Harry Shaw, Fast Belfast, for a s'ight blaze on the roof, caused by sparks from a chimney fire. It was quickly ex tinguished with little damage. Smalley’s ROCKLAND,CAMDEN and BELFAST AUTO SERVICE Leave Hotel Rockland daily, calling at Thbrndike Hotel at 7 a. m. at 12.30 p. m. Leave Windsor Hotel, Belfast daily at 10.30 a. m. and 4 30 p, m. These cars connect with McLaughlin’s Bob to Bangor. This schedule will be run as near on time as possible until further notice. | ARTHUR S. SMALLEY Telephone 436-2 ROCKLAND AUTO trucking of all kinds and passen ger cars to let by the day or hour. Call 114-3 20tf C. A. Paul Oarage. Mrs. Lizzie M. Watennap, 150 Waldo Aveuue, is prepared to do dress making, coats, children’s clothing, both girls and boys, a specialty. Family sewing of all kinds. For the First Time in Belfast -ON Friday, May 28, in Opera House, The Knoxlaltio ScM lusic Festival Chorus of 300 Voices. Orchestra of 60 Pieces Make meal time The best of times Eat Milk Bread and Rolls MADE AT BELFAST HOME BAKERY 37 Main Street. Charles S. Bickford was called to Au gjata Wednesday on official business Concerning the trustees of the University i of Maine of which he is a member. The annual meeting of the Children’s Aid Society of Maine will be held at the Ciirls’ Home on Northport Avenue May 18th.