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BOIH HIMSELF AND WIFE ARn.
WONDERFULLY RESTORED BY
TAKING TANLAC.
“My wife and myself both feel grate
ful for what Tanlac has done for us,”
said Fred Lathan, 160 Grant street, Port
land, Me., recently, when telling of the
benefits they had received from Tanlac.
“As for my own case,” said Mr. Lat
ham, “1 suffered for ten years with the
worst sort of stomach trouble, and my
appetite was so poor 1 just had to force
down every mouthful I ate. I would bloat
terribly with gas after every meal and
have such cramping pains in my stomach
I could hardly stand them. I was ex
tremely nervous, couldn’tsleep at all well
and always got up in the morning feeling
so tired and bad 1 just hated to go to
work. In fact, I felt tired and worn out
all the time.
“I heard so many people praising Tan
lac that l decided to try it, and feel just
like a new man since I started taking it.
I have a splendid appetite and eat any
thing il want without having a sign of
pain or indigestion afterwards. My
nerves are in such fine shape now I sleep
all night long without waking and I al
ways get up in the morning feeling rested
and ready for my day’s work.
“My wife has as much cause to praise
Tanlac as I have, for before she started
taking it she had been in a very bad state
of health for twelve years. She was in
tensely nervous and had such dreadful
headaches that I thought at times she
would go distracted. Why, she was so
nervous and racked with pain that some
n ghts she never slept more than ten
minutes and she had gotten so weak it
was almost impossible for her to do her
housework.
“Well, she started taking Tanlac along
with me and began to improve almost at
once. The headaches have completely
left her and her nerves are in fine condi
tion. She sleeps all night long as pease
ful as a child and has regained herstrength
so she can do her housework without the
least worry or trouble. In fact, she has
not enjoyed such good health in years and
feels just like I do, that there is no medi
cine equal to Tanlac.”
Tanlac is sold in Belfast by Read &
Hills; in Prospect by L C. Dow & Co'
in Brooks by Albert R. Pillcy, Stockton
Springs by J. C Gordon, Winterport by
Winterport Farmers' Union, F. A. Mc
Cambridge, Frankfort, Far well Brothers,
Thorndike and B. F. Grant, Frankfort.
UNITY.
Mrs. Mattie Stevens has md her gar
age moved. Magee & Dunton had the
job.
Fred Rice of Salem, Mass , has been in
town for a day looking after his place
here.
Robert Cook and son Charles and fam
ily from Troy have moved into one of
the Tabor rents.
Everett York and family from Brewer
have been visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. York.
Guy S. Morse, the first man to enlist
in the late war, has returned from over
seas and is spending a few days with his
aunt, Mrs. Jennie Dodge. He has a jot
in Springfield, Mass., in the Smith &
Wessen rifle factory.
Friday, the 13th, was the Soldiers
Reunion day at Windermere Park. Foi
i three years in succession it has beer
| cloudy or rainy. The dance in the even
I ing in the Clough Memorial Building wai
! a success. Tozier’s Orchestra furnisher
' the music.
HARDING’S NEWSPAPER CREED
(Instructions glvsn years ago to svsry reportar and writer on the Marlon,
Ohio, Star.)
Remember there are two sides to every question. Get them both.
Be truthful. Get the facts.
Mistakes are inevitable, but strive for accuracy. I would rather
have one story exactly right than a hundred half wrong.
Be decent, be fair, be generous.
Boost—don’t knock.
There’s good in everybody. Bring out the good in everybody and
never needlessly hurt the feelings of anybody.
In reporting a political gathering give the facts, tell the story as
It Is, not .as you would like to have it. Treat all parties alike.
If there’s any politics to be played we will play it in our editorial
columns.
Treat all religious matter reverently.
If it can possibly be avoided never bring ignominy to an innocent
man or ehild in telling of the misdeeds or misfortunes of a relative.
Don’t wait to be asked, but do it without asking, and, above all,
be clean and never let a dirty word or suggestive story get into type.
I want this paper so conducted that it can go into any home
without destroying the innocence of any child.
WAItREN G. HARDING.
CENTER M0NTV1LLE.
E. Payson Rich has returned from
Lewiston.
Linwood Stevenson of linox recently
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tasker.
Floyd Thompson has been in Water
ville, the guest of Clarence Thompson.
Miss Georgie Gray has returned to
Rockland after a visit with Miss Belle j
Lowell.
Miss Stella Tasker and Miss Marguer- ]
ite Ford of Middletown, Conn., have
been guests of Mrs. Ida Briggs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hollin and daugh
ters Teresa and Etheiyn, have been
guests for a few days of her grandmoth
er, Mrs. W. D. Tasker.
Hon. and Mrs. James J. Clement, Mrs.
P- A. Clement and daughters Louise and
Pauline, and Clement Sargent recently
spent a few days in Northport.
Mrs. Jessie Bliss and Mrs. Edith Red
man of Loweli, Mass., William and the
Misses Lizzie and Etta Messer of Morrill
were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mer
rill C. Gordon.
C. Pembroke Carter of Belfast has re
ceived his permanent appointment as
rural carrier on Route 2, Freedom, R. E.
Reynolds, our former carrier, having re
signed to take a position on a poultry
farm in Ipswich, Mass.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER’S
OASTO R I A
APPLETON.
Miss Mildred Hall of Camden is at
I home for an indefinite stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Berton Whitney are re
ceiving congratulations on the birth of a
daughter.
Alice Waterman of Camden is the
guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
! Wilbur Waterman.
| Miss Frances Fogg is stopping with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Wood in Searsmont.
Mrs Mertie Cullinan and son George
and daughter of Mass, are at her par
ents’, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Richards and
Mark. Dunton of Rockland were recent
guests of their mother, Mrs. Elsie Dun
ton.
The 24th annual reunion of the Well
man family will be held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs Newell Wentworth, North
Appleton, Tuesday, Sept. 7th. If stormy,
first fair day.
HALLDALE.
Rev. John Cole preached here August
15. *
Mrs. George Poland and daughter of
Medford, Mass., have been visiting rela
tives here.
Dollie Myrick with a party of friends
has returned from a trip to Old Orchard
and Wells Beach.
Miss Alice Whitney, who has been
visiting relatives here, returned to her
home in Boston, Aug. 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hall and Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Ingraham and Dewey Hall
motored to Hermon to attend the Pente
cost tent meeting there.
Fifty nine frcm this place attended the
Sunday school picnic at Windermere
Park Aug. 11. All report a very nice
time.
NijimTMONTVILLE.
Walter Colby is visiting relatives in
Haverhill, Mass.
Miss Myrtle Sibley has been visiting
relatives in Morrill several days..
Several of the young people from this
section recently spent a week at Winder
mere.
Mrs. George Poland and daughter from
Mass, have been vi iting at A. F.
Haynes’.
Miss Myra Greer from Malden, Mass.,
is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Nutter.
Loren Penney from Mass., came Au
gust 14, called here to see his brother,
Wilbur Penney, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. Cora Lamb and daughter Mildred
have arrived at their summer home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Armstrong came
through with them with their auto.
Why?
Proof is positive when founded
upon facts plus experience.
BEECHAM’S PILLS have
been used for 60 years by
people all over tne globe.
BEECHAM’S
The Largest Sale of
Any Medicine in
the World.
Scld everywhere. In boxes, 10c„ 25c,
""Yes,I like com flakes.but I
like Post Toasties so much
better that we always have
them now at home in prefer
ence to the ordinary kinds”
8
Tens of thousands of dis
criminating people have
similarly discovered the
difference between ordin
ary corn flakes and
Post Toasties
The difference shows
in the sweeter corn
flavor, the more sub
stantial texture and
the crisper form of
Post Toasties.
Sold by Grocers
Everywhere
Made by Fostum Cereal Co, Inc, Battle Creek.Mich.
pp^
Washington’s Headquarters, New
burgh, N. Y. Here, at the close of the
American Revolution, Washington
issued the proclamation of peace and
disbanded the old Continental Army.
Euery motor highway and by-way
throughout picturesque New Eng
land and New York is a part of the
long “Socony Trail.”
Dealers Who Sell Socony Gasolene
BELFAST BANKS’ GARAGE
CITY GARAGE
HALL HARDWARE COMPANY
HARDING & RACKLIFFE
LORD & CO.
HARRY WALKER
WINDSOR HOTEL STABLE .
EAST BELFAST mason co.
ISLESBORO COSTELLO m. williams
LIBERTY WALTER A. YOUNG
MORRILL GEORGE L. EDMUNDS
CHARLES MESERVIE
J. F. VICKERY
NORTHPORT c- o. dickey & co.
C. E. PERKINS
SEARSMONT v. a. simmons & co.
SEARSPORT w. r. gilkey & son
C. O. SAWYER & CO.
NORTH SEARSPORT FRED E. STINSON
STOCKTON AMES GROCERY CO.
P. L. HUPPER
SWANVILLE NICKERSON & DAMM
WALDO L. R. STEVENS
Probate* Notices
At a Probate Court held at Belfast, witnin and
for the County of Waldo, in vacation, on
the 17th day of August, A. D. 1920
Edgar L. Stewart, son and heir-at-law of
the estate of Loren E. Stewart, late of Mont
ville, in said County of Waldo, deceased, hav
ing presented a petition praying that Ralph 1.
Morse of Belfast, in said County of Waho, or
some other suitable person may be appointed
administrator of the estate of said deceased
Ordered, That the said petitioner give notice
to ill persons interested by causing a copy of
this order to be published three weeks suc
cessively in The Republican Journal, a news
paper published at Belfast, in said County, that
they may appear at a Probate Court, to be held
at Belfast, within and for said County, on the
14th day of September; A. D. 1920, at ten of
the clock before noon, and show cause, if any
they have, why the prayer of said petitioner
should not be granted.
ELLERY BOWDEN. Judge.
A true copy. Attest:
Chas. E. Johnson, Register.
WALDO SS. In Court of Probate, held at
Belfast, in vacation,on the 16th day of August,
1920. Charles S. Hichborn, executor of the
v ill of Almeda H. Rendell, late of Stockton
Springs, in said County, deceased, having pre
sented his first and final account of adminis
tration of said estate for allowance.
Ordered, that notice thereof be given, three
weeks successively, in The Republican Journal,
a newspaper published in Belfast, in said
County, that all persons interested may attend
at a Probate Court, to be held at Belfast, on
the 14th day of September 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.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. The sub
scriber hereby gives notice that he has been
duly appointed administrator of the estate of
ASA SAWYER. late of Unity,
in the County of Waldo, deceased, and given
bonds as the law directs. All persona 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.
FRED SAWYER.
. Benton, Maine, June 8, 1920.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER’S
OASTO R I A
$5,000
To buy antiques, furniture a specialty. I
want nice pieces, old and original. For
such articles will pay good prices.
h. r. McDonald,
Tel. 110. 45 Northport Ave., Belfast.
Do You Know
It is as foolhardy to travel along with half enough insur
ance as it is to take a half a dose of medicine to economize.
You’re after full protection just as you seek absolute cure.
Why not place some insurance on vour furniture, your
house or business and prepare for protection?
Apply to Dickey-Knowlton Rea! Estate Co.
INSURANCE
Pythian Block, Belfast, Maine
LOST
Deposit Book No. 5316, issued by Waldo
Trust Company, Belfast. Finder will
please return same to
T. FRANK. PARKER,
Treasurer.
Belfast, August 6, 1920—3w33
I AUTO I
trucking of all kinds and passen- I
ger cars to let by the day or hour. I
Call 114-3 20tf ■
C. A. Paul Garage. |
ALGOLA PILLS
Regulate the Stomach, Liver and Bowels
Make Pure Blood. For Constipation. Relieve
Gas, Indigestion, Biliousness, Sick Headache.
Try them 10c. 25c. At druggists. Duane
Fharmacal Co., sole proprietor, I‘. O
1.103, City Hall Station, New York. See
signature on each box.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The sub
scriber hereby gives notice that he has been
duly appointed administrator of the estate of
DEXTER W. TURNER, late of Freedom,
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 Rame for settlement
and all indebted thereto are requested to make
payment immediately.
CHARLES P. HUTCHINS.
Freedom, Maine, Aug. 10, 1920.

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