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D. K. Harding of Boston has taken the L. W. Benner cottage for the summer. W. E. Hatch of New Bedford has ar rived and opened his coltage for the sea son. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Savage of Brewer were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ira M. Cobe. Mrs.'H. D. Jewett, Miss Edith Jewett, and Miss May Jewett of Boston, are at the Waquoit for three weeks. Mrs. Edward Schrenaket, Miss Turn hill, and Miss Frick of Baltimore were recent guests at the Waquoit. Walter Prentiss and bride, who have been here for their honeymoon, left last week for their home in Ipswich. Bayside Theatre is having a fine pat ronage and is open every night except Friday, with changes of bill daily. Miss Myra Blunt of White Rock has 1 returned frem Methuen, Mass., where she was called by the illness of her sister. Mrs. Nathaniel C. Partridge of Sandy point is in Northport, the guest of her niece, Mrs. Ira M. Cobe at Hillside Farms, i Ross Sanborn of Bangor, formerly of Belfast, has bought the “Tower” cottage I of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blaisdell of Bel fast. Mrs. Eva Cobe of Brookline, Mass., accompanied by her sister, Mrs. A. Mor rin, arrived Saturday to visit her son, Ira M. Cobe, and wife. Among those registered for the season at the White Rock are Mrs. S. T. Day, Providence; Miss Helen MacKowen, Gar dine“, Mass.; and Miss Bernice Rogers, Cambridge. Dr. W. C. Libbey won the first men’s sweepstakes with a net score of 64 and tied with Vaughan Hamilton cu the gross score. Ralph A. Peavey was second in the net score with 71. There were seven tables at the second game in the series of whist parties at the Country Club Tuesday afternoon with others present with needle work. There will be a special shore dinner Thursday evening followed by dancing with music by McKeen’s orchestra. Reservations should be made as early as possible. Prof, and Mrs. KoDert rv. steward oi Lansing, Mich., have anived for the sum mer, guests of Mrs. Steward’s mother. Mrs. Flora Carleton, at her cottage on Bay View Park. They made the trip east in their machine coming via the Catskills and had a most delightful trip. The Thompson cottage on Griflin street was discovered on fire at 8 p. m. Sunday. The lire originated from a tile chimney, hut the efficient work of the fire depart ment saved the building, only slightly damaged. The cottage is owned by F. E. Thompson of Bangor and is occupied by M. Rosen and family of that city. One of the most delightful programs ever heard at the Country Club was giv en Sunday evening by three of our most charm.ng summer visitors, Elsa and Su san Raury of California and Miss Clara Oarlock of Oswego, N. Y. The selections were iassical and most artistically ren dere : they included several favorites. A' .he Waquoit during the past week there have been a number of dinner par ties. many motoring from some distance for . esters and clams. Among those registered were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nich ols of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. D. Blucher, new London; F.C. Whitaker, Los Angeles; and Mrs. E. Frost Stevens, San Fran cisco. Mrs. William C. Thompson of New Y'ork is at her cottage at Kelley Cove for a short visit and is accompanied by two friends, Mrs. A. J. Carty and Mrs. N. Hazzard of Philadelphia. Mrs. Thompson has rented her cottage for the remainder of the season to Mr. and Mrs. Janies D. Mortimer of New York, who are building a summer home at Shore Acres. Philo C. Blaisdell and a party of friends who were driving in his Cadillac four passenger roadster, had a very narrow escape from serious injury Thursday while on their way to Bangor. One of the forward wheels came olT the car while on a hill near Hampden, and the car started to turn around, stopping exactly on the edge of an embankment, the cable alone saving an accident. One of the party was thrown out, but no one was seriously injured. Mrs C. B. Roberts was in Brewer Thursday to attend the funeral of her grandfather, Hon. Harlan P. Sargent, first mayor of that city and for many years prominent in the industrial life of the community. He spent the summer j season in Northport where his father, Daniel Sargent, was one of the pioneers, camping here when tents were the only j shelter for the summer visitors. Mrs. ! Roberts’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sargent, and her brother, Harlan P. Sar gent 2nd, were also in Brewer the past! week called by the death of Mr. Sargent. | Mrs. Ira M. Cube entertained thirty-six guests Saturday at a luncheon at the Country Club in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Austin W. Keating of Belfast, her house guest. The dining room was dec orated with small evergreen trees com bined with masses of beautiful red roses. The place cards were attractive and orig inal water color designs done by Mrs. S. C. Pattee of Belfast* The afternoon was spent with bridge on the porch at the Cube residence. The first two prizes, dainty arts and crafts souvenirs, were won by Mrs. Hugh D. McLellan of Lex in gton, Mass., and Mrs. H. H. Carter of Belfast. The consolation went to Mrs. Keating. Mrs. R. E. Stevens, accompan ied by Mrs. Vaughan Hamilton, sang sev eral selections. A large auto party arrived Sunday from Albion and vicinity to en,oy a clam bake at M. F. Elwell’s at Little River: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bessey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abbott and family, Misses Margaret Drake and Eva Chal mers, Messrs. Clarence and James Chal mers, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin and son, Mr. Edward Libby, all of Albion; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bessey and son of Clinton; Mr. and Mrs C. L. Taylor and daughters j Florence and Flora, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor and daughter, Mrs. Mary Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Stratton and daugh ter Louise and H. B. Stratton of Albion, Mrs. Flora Herrick and daughter Adah of Framingham, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. John Sylvester and sons of Eustis, Maine, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Meader and sons, Miss Mildred Libby, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cros by, son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Higgins and son, Mrs. Hannah Trask, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Tozier and son, Mrs. Bessie Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Eben Wey mouth and son, Miss Elizabeth Lufkin, and George Crosby of Albion. ""winterport Mrs. Alice Young returned Sunday from a visit with Mrs. Leslie Hawes of Prospect. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Carleton of Presque Isle spent last week at his old home here. A. W. Shaw attended the funeral of his cousin, John W. Shaw, in Charlestown, Mass., last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gould of Bangor are occupying their home on South Main street for the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. J. Treat, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. Treat, Sr., spent Sunday in Rock land with Mr. and Mrs. George Nash. Frederick M. Nickerson, superintendent of schools, is attending the Superintend ents’ Conrerence at Castine the present week. Ray D. Robinson, superintendent of schools in Harrington, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Cole last week while on the way to Warren. The Misses Frances and Clara Atwood of Eastport arrived Friday afternoon for a few weeks’ stay at the home of their grandfather, Lewis Atwood. Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Lockhart arrived Sunday morning to spend the summer. They are occupying the Mrs. Elizabeth Burbank house on Elm street. Mrs. Ralph Sanborn and son Charles and Miss Dorothy Low of Lynn, Mass., and Mrs. Charles F. Wells of Buxton are guests of Mrs. F. T. Bussey at her home in West Winterport. Mrs. Alberta George is performing the duties of matron of the Home for Aged Women in Bangor, for three weeks, dur ing the absence of the regular matron on her annual vacation. Dr. William Ellingwood of Rockland was a week-end visitor in town, coming to accompany his wife and son home who have been guests of Mrs. J H. Foley and other friends for a week. Mrs. French, sister of Mrs. Clara Leon ard, who came early in June to make an indefinite stay at the home of her sister, suffered a stroke of paralysis Tuesday and is confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clements were at White's Corner Thursday night to attend a meeting of Northern Light Grange. Morning Light Grange of Monroe were invited guests, hbout fifty being present from that grange. Congratulations are cordially extended to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spurden who were united in marriage at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. C. A Purdy, Wednesday at high noon. Mrs. Spurden was Miss Lulu M. Hunthing of this town. SWANV1L.LE CENTER. Mr. Charles Riley is able to sit up some. Mrs. Gladys Doliber is at work in Jack son. « E. H. Littlefield is cutting Raymond Marden’s Hay. The greater part of the farmers began haying last Monday. All have recovered from the measles and there are no new cases. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Caldwell and two children spent the 4th with relatives in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dickey of Bangor spent the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dow. Mrs. Etta Grant and Mrs. Ida Fogg of Frankfort were recent guests of Mrs. H. P. White. Mrs. Ed. Thompson has not been in l^er usual health lately. Her granddaughter, Marian Hutchins of Brooks is with her. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Evans and chil dren were in Bangor one day recently, the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Frank Riley. Mrs. Ray G. Robertson closed her school, July 9, with a picnic at Swan Lake, which was greatly enjoyed by^the children. Mr. and Mrs. Black, who were recently married, gave a reception last Tuesday night. Dainty refreshments were served and the evening was greatly enjoyed by all pr sent. Mr. and Mrs. H P. White entertained an the 4th of July, Mrs. Emma C. Levan saler of Winterport, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clements, two sons and daughter of Searsport, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jewett and two sons of Winterport. CENTER MONTVILLE. Judge Chapman of Belfast was in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Perley Allen are home !rom Belfast. E. L. Bennett is home from Freedom attending to his hay crop. John Jordan of Portland is the guest of E. P. Rich at this writing. Frank Mayhew has bought the W. B. Morse place at South Montville. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Clement were at their cottage in Northport a part of last week. Mrs. George Bowley of Bridgton was a recent guest of Mrs. Emma C. Cush man. Last week Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mason mtertaingd Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Edlefson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford of Winchester, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon A. Poland and laughter, Miss Bertha, from South Lin coln, Mass., are w'elcome visitors of old friends and neighbors here. Remember thV discount sale at Mrs. Carle’s, commencing Friday, July 16th. AT THIS SEASON LOSS OF APPETjTE Is very common. In many cases it is due to impure blood, which canno! give the digestive organs the stimu lus necessary for the proper per formance of their functions. Thousands know by experience that Hood’s Sarsaparilla restores appetite and would advise you tc give it a trial this season. It origin ated in the successful prescription o a famous phvsician. Get it today. Take Hood’s Pills if you happei to need a laxative—they don't gm. WHITE’S CORNER. Winterport Norris and Doris Clement spent last week in Portland. R C. Nealey has sold his farm here to Charles Ball of Brewer. A large number from this vicinity were in the village to attend the 4th of July exercises, Mrs, S. E. Dawson of Monroe visited her niece, Mrs. G. H. York, several days recently. Lyndon Nealey, who has been employ ed in Boston for several months, is at his home here for the summer. Mrs. Luella Nickerson and Miss Cora Parsons of Swanville visited their sister, Mrs. C. H. Libby, July 8th. Mrs. Walter Smith and two children of Newburg visited two days last week at Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nealey’s. Mrs. Harriet Larby returned to her home in Perham July 3rd, after a week’s visit with her son, A. G. Larby. Northern Light Grange entertained about 40 members from Morning Light Grange, Monroe, last Thursday evening. R. C. Nealey, who has been spending his vacation with relatives here, returned to his home in Roxbury, Mass., Saturday. 'Miss Annie Ritchie, a student nurse at the E. M. G. hospital, Bangor, made a brief visit with Miss Louise Libby re cently. Mrs. Henry Luce and children and Mrs. Florence Chapman and son of Newburg were guests of Mrs. C. W. Nealey re cently. Hon. C. M. Conarit and family and F. P. Clements and family spent the 4th at Swan Lake, where they were joined by other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clements, Mrs. c. B. Jewett, Mrs. Julia White and Mrs. G, H. York attended the meeting of North Waldo Pomona in Monroe. B. C. Ames and family of Orono were guests of A. R. Wellman and family Sun day. Frank and Roland Wellman return ed with them for a week’s visit. Mrs. A. G Larby suffered,a severe re lapse last Friday and her condition is critical at this writing. Her sister, Mrs. Splvanus Ward, is with her for a few days. SWANV1LLE. A party of young people attended the play at Monroe Friday night. Miss Pauline Nickerson of Bath has been the guest of the Misses Additon. Mrs. Albert Porter and son Emery of Orono, are guests at the ;Maple Terrace Farm. Miss Bernice Hamm is keeping house for her aunt, Mrs. C. R. Nickerson, dur ing her absence. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Libbey of Unity were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nick erson Sunday., There will be services at the church Sunday evening, July 25th, at 7.30. All are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. A. T. and Mrs. I. D. Nickerson are in Stockton Springs, guests of their brother, Roy Nickerson and family. Master Charles Trundy, who has been visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard, in Glenburn, returned home Saturday. Mrs. H. O. Cunningham, who has been quite sick, is much better at the present writing. Her daughter, Mrs. Lauriston Nichols of Belfast, is with her. Mr. and Mrs. James Cabell and daugh ter lorna, Misses Marjorie Ealenor and Louise Preble, Walter Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Preble and daughters Helen and Carolyn, of Lowell, Me., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cunningham and two sons, Paul and Russell, of West Enfield were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Damm and fam ily Sunday. j SOUTH MONTVILLE. Miss Mary Martin has returned from Everett, Mass. Austin Wentworth is in Pittsfield visit ing his son, J. D. W’entworth. Mrs. Alice Cook of Providence, R. I., spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Leigh. Mrs. Eugene Peavey and daughter of Hopedale, Mass., is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. P. Randall. Edwin Martin attended the centennial in Portland last week. His wife is at tending the summer school in Gorham. Some of the farmers have begun hay ing. Hay is growing fast now and it looks like a good crop since the heavy rain. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Warren of Portland and Mrs. Stanley of Boston visited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dickey last week. Dr. Leroy Howes of Bangor called on his brother, C. M. Howes, one day last week. His mother, Mrs. Eliza J. Howes, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Howes. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Colonial Theatre THURSDAY Auto Falla Over Cliff to Beach Below. Thrilling Incident in Film Version of "Jenny Be Good" with Mary Miles Minter. Royal Renshaw, in an effort to save his drug-crazed wife from hurling herself from their speeding car, which was run ning along the edge of a precipice, lost control of his mechine. In the twinkling of an eye the car left the road and plunged over the cliff to the beach below. The car was smashed into splinters, but Royal Renshaw, almost by a miracle, suffered no serious injury, except for many body bruises. This climax is one of the many un usual situations in the Realart photo drama starring Mary Miles Minter. Also Comedy and Pictorial Life. FRIDAY. .“It Pays to Advertise,” one of the fun niest comedies ever written, which made a tremendous hit on Broadway a few sea sons ago has been made into a Paramount Artcraft picture with Bryant Washburn starring. It’s a great story of how a young man made a fortune in two weeks. You’ll enjoy it. We’re showing it. Also Burton Holmes and Moon Riders, No. 6. SATURDAY. All the natural wit and humor possess ed by happy-go lucky Owen Moore and the added ingenuity of screen craftsman ship is solidly injected into “Piccadilly Jim,” Moore’s first picture under the Selznick banner, which opens at the Colonial Saturday. Owen Moore as “Piccadilly Jim,” the devil-may-care heroin P. G. Wodehouse’s famous Saturday Evening Post story of same name, returns to his American pub lic with a freshness and determination that is as conspicuous as it is entertain ing. Director Wesley Ruggles and Camera man George Peters have made sure that “Piccadilly Jim” will surprise and delight the most critical of picture patrons, and to make .their efforts all the more con vincing, many unusual and noteworthy angles in settings and photography have : been effected, including many ingenious “takes” on New York’s elevated trains and some short and long “shots” of New York’s Great White Way at the mystic hour of midnight. Comedy and News. MONDAY William Farnum in “The Adventurer,” an absorbing ana thrilling drama full of action from start to finish. Its vivid ac tion, poetic romance and intense situa- \ tions have thrilled the countless millions the world over. Comedy and Outing Chester. TUESDAY. “Soldiers of Fortune,” probably the most popular of Richard Harding Davis’ novels, lends itself so admirably to photo dramatization on account of brimming over with action, has been picturized for the Mayflower Picture Corporation by Allan Dawn, director of “Panthea,” “David Harum,” “Cheating Cheater and other screen successes. The role of Clay, created in the dra matic version by Robert Edeson is played in the film version by Norman Kerry. Comedy and Magazine. WEDNESDAY. Peggy Hyland in "Black Shadows.” This is the picture that had such a tre mendous success on Broadway a few weeks ago. It is full of action. Also “Lost City,” No, 11. News No. 41. nortTTsearsport. George Eustis is cutting W. J. Mat ews’ hay. Mr. Alfred Stinson is entertaining his sister, Mrs. Cutter of New York. Chailie Seavey has been taken to the Waldo County Hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Edwiu Carter of Danvers’ Mass., are in town for a few week look' ing after business interests. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Matthews and fam ily of Union visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mathews last Sunday. The M. E. quarterly meeting will be held at the residence of W. J. Matthews July 16th at 2 p. m. All interested are invited to be present. LOST A Dory from Saudy point Taken out by the tide Wednesday, July 7th. If found notify MRS. J. PERKINS, Stockton, Maine, R. F. D. No. 3. Sweet Pea Blossoms FOR SALE. SPENCER VARIETY. Apply to N. M. NICKERSON, Belfast, Me., Back Searsport Road. Notice of Sale Having obtained license from the Judge of Probate *to sell at public or private sale the following described real estate,the property of Clara Manning of Lincolnville, notice is here by given that the same will be sold at public auction, to be held on the premises at 2 p. m., Saturday, August 28th: One undivided twelfth of a certain lot or parcel of land situated in said Lincolnville, be ginning at a stake and ‘stones on Norton’s Pond, so-called; thence running southeast forty-seven rods to stake and stones; thence south sixty degrees east fifty rod9 to stake and stones; thence southeast ninety-eight rods to stake and stones; thence northeast bounded on Moses Rankin and other land, thirty-eight rods to stake and stones; thence west one hundred eighty-two rods to said Pond; thence on the shore of said Pond to first bound men tioned, “ making on a straight line fi’ty-three rods and ten links, and containing fifty acres and no more. Also one undivided twelfth part of land formerly of Lydia J. Heal, bounded and described as follows: Hounded on the northwest by the Ambrose Heal farm, so called; northeast by land of W. S. Knight and Arthur Young; southeast by land of Lena Rankin; and southwest by land of L. F. Rankin, containing nine acres, more or less. 3w29 A. LINCOLN YOUNG, Guardian. Remember the discount sa'e at Mrs. Carle’s, commencing Friday, July 16th. CABO OMTIANKS We wish to thank all of our friends and neighbors who hsve shown us un usual kindness in our late bereavement and also for the many beautiful flowers I sent to the funeral, H. W. Davis I and Family. f I / ODR FIRST REAL SALE m SINCE “BEFORE THE WAR” | MRS. E. P. CARLE I Announces a Big Stock Reducing Sail Commencing Friday, July 16th, continuing until stock is greatly reduced, I A straight 20% discount on the following merchandise: I Wool Dress Goods ol all kinds, I All Grades of Silks, Satins and Mesaslines I Fancy Sport Plaids and Baronette Satins I VOILES VOILES VOILES We have yet a nice line of Voiles in plain and fancies. August is the moml when we need cool gowns. Voiles at 50c., 87c,, $1.25, $1.oO, $1.75 with 20% off makes 'an inexpensive gown and a most comfortable one. Buv for next year. You will save money. The same discount will be allowed on all Shirt Waists, Muslin Under .' and Sweaters. *« 50% discount on Satin Bloomers and Camisoles. Reme mber the date, July 16th, Yours truly, MRS. E. P. CARLE THURSDAY Ms INTER THE COLONIAL Matinee Daily at 2.30 FRIDAY BRYANT WASHBUt IN' in “JENNY BE GOOD” High life and low is exposed to your gaze when you see it. t Pictorial Life. Comedy “It Pays to Advertise One of the funniest comedies ever w Moon Riders, No. 6. Burton holmes SATURDAY OWEN MOORE in "PICCADILLY JIM” The Saturday Evening Post Story,' MONDAY FARNUM IN “The Adventurer” BIG PICTURE OF YEAR. OUTING CHESTER. COMEDY. TUESDAY ALL STAR “Soldiers of Fortune' Romance and strife—Love and Adventure. MAGAZINE CO MFD -----— -j Wednesday Hyland in ‘ Black Shadows! “LOST CITY,” No. 11. NEWS No. 41. STATE OF MAINE COUNTY OF WALDO, SS. Tj the honorable justice of the supreme judi cial court, next to be held at Belfast, within and for said county, on the fourth Tuesday of September, 1920. Margaret S. Vinal of Belfast, in said county, wife of Carleton Harrv Vinal, respectfully represents: that her maiden name was Mar garet S. Sanborn; that she was lawfully mar ried to the said Carlton Harry Vinal at Bel fast aforesaid, on the eighth day of Septem ber. 1909; that they lived together as husband and wife at Belfast aforesaid from the time of their said marriage until the first day of July, 1914; that on the first day of July, 1914 the said Carleton Harry Vinal utterly deserted your libelant without cause and went to parts unknown to her, since which time she has never seen or heard from him; or received from him any support; that said utter deser tion has continued for more than three con secutive years next prior to the filing of this libel; that his residence is unknown to your libelant and cannot be ascertained by reason able diligence; that there has been born to them one child, named Helen Robena, aged ten years. Wherefore she prays that a divorce may be decreed between her and the said Carlton Harry Vinal for the causes above set forth, and that »he may have the custody of her minor child, Helen Robena Vinal. Signed MARGARET S. VIinAL. July 9, 1920. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this ninth day of July, 1920. Signed ARTHUR RITCHIE, Notary Public. [ls]_ STATE OF MAINE. Waldo, ss. Supreme Judicial Court, In Vacation. Belfast, July 10, A. D, 1920. Upon the annexed writ and libel, it is order ed by me, the undersigned, a Justice of said Court, that notice be given to the libelee by publishing an attested copy of the same, or an abstract thereof, together with i this order thereon, three weeks successively in The Re publican Journal, a newspaper printed in Bel fast, in the County of Waldo, the latt publica tion to be sixty days at least before the next term of said Court, to be holden st Belfast, within and for said County, on the fourth Tuesday of September next, that he may then and there appear in said Court and answer thereto, if he see fit. GEO, M. HANSON, Justice Supreme Judicial Court. A true copy of libel and order of notice Attest: JAMES H. CILLEY, Clerk. Date of Publication, July 15, 1920. Notice ot Foreclosure. WHEREAS Lemuel P. Kimball of Burnham in the County of Waldo and State of Maine, by his mortgage deed dated April 2, 1917 and recorded in Waldo Registry of Deeds, Book 325, Page 371, conveyed to me, the un dersigned, a certain lot or parcel of land with the buildings thereon, it being three eights part numbered Seven B. Seven in range of lots numbered G, 1 as laid down iu Daniel Stewart's Plan of Great Lots G. 1 and G. 2 in said Burnham; said lot containing two hun dred acres more or less, being the same prem ises conveyed to Lemuel P. Kimball by Wil liam H. Kimball by warranty deed dated March 20, 1911, recordea in Waldo Registry of deeds. Book 302. Page 304, excepting and re serving a piece of land sold to Susan P. Rich ards containing about fifteen acres; and where as the condition of said mortgage haa been and now is broken, now. therefore, by reason of the ureach of the condition thereof I claim foreclosure of said mortgage. Dated at Burnham, Maine, thii sixth day of July, 1920. 3w29 CHARLES F. MITCHELL. By his Attorney HARRY R. COOLIDGE. Prof. John J. Arnoli Eminent Ordained Medium Spiritual Life Reader He tells you every hope, fear and ambit your life, advises and guides to success and ness in business,love, changes, health and all .■ Without knowing who you are or from v you come this king of seers calls you by nan reveals your life from cradle to grave. Hie credentials from prominent persons in all w life.] Office hours 10 to 9, 34 Church Stree* Belfast, M aine Bankrupt’s Petition for Discharge. Id the matter of Guy A. J j„ Bankruptcy Gray, Bankrupt, * v To the Hon. Clarence Hale, Judge of the Dis trict Court of the United States for the Dis trict of Maine. Guy A. Gray of Belfast, in the County of Waldo and State of Maine, in said District, respectfully represents, that on the 28th day of May. 1920. he was duly adjudged bank rupt under the Acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy; that he has duly surrendered all his property and rights of property, and has fully complied with all the requirements of said Acts and of the orders of Court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore he prays, 1 hat he may be decreed by the Court to have a full discharge from all debts provable against his estate under said bankruptcy Acts, except such debts as are ex cepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 1st day of July. A. D. 1920. GUY A. GUAY, Bankrupt. ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON. District of Maine, Northern Division, ss. On this 10th day of July, A. D. 1920, on reading the foregoing petition, it is— Ordered by the Court, That a hearing be had upon the same on the 27th day of August. A. D. 1920, before said Court at Bangor, in said District, Northern Division, at ten o'clock in the forenoon; and that notice thereof he published in The Republican Journal, a news paper printed in said District, Northern Di vision, and that all known creditors, and other persons in interest, may appear at the said time and place, and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. And it is further Ordered by the Court, lhat the Clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this or der, addressed to them at their places of resi dence as stated. Witness the Honorable Clarence Ha»e, Judge of the said Court, and the seal thereof, at Bangor, in the Northern Division of said Dis trict, on the 10th day of July, A. D, 1920. [L. S.l ISABEL SHEEHAN, Deputy Clerk. A true copy of petition and order thereon. Attest: ISABEL SHEEHAN, Deputy Clerk. For Sale Double Tenement house Street. Inquire of FKfD E. LLLIS, Phi K# 26tf R,. t|j« i For Su e ’ A 12-ROOM HOUSE, m J ments, partly furnished, I nearly an acre land, garde: fruit trees. On easy term> f MRS. W. H. a j 16tf_23 Washing FOR SALE One 45 H. P. Avery operated but 7 months. ? $1000. Inquire of H. E. THOMAS, B ( or telephone Lincoln ] FOR SALE Upright Jewett piano in tine tion. Apply to JAMES KANi't _ 23 High Street. Two Automobile FOR SALt A five passenger Buick and about, in good repair, at » Apply to JOHN F. K<" 29 Main Street.