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! Have You Thought It Over?
If you have, you must realize that when you pay $16 00 per ton for coal, $15.00 a cord for wood, $15.00 a barrel for flour •jh cents a poufid foi sugar and for other necessities in the same proportion, it is not unreasonable for the clothing man to sell suits for $40.00. We have ’em from $30.00 to $60.00. Largest stock in Belfast from which to select, Come in and look’em over. Yours truly, BERT L. DAVIS, The store where your little old dollar buys 100 cents worth. ht News ot Belfast ADVERTISEMENTS Maine Power Co. adver ted stock as an investment. M e Fair advertises its fair Sept. 3. ... ,:kiiis advertises May Rose lu> guarantee. Martin and family publish hanks. a Bowden offers a pair of ,..s fur sale. iekey publishes a political a oman wanted for general chiropractor, publishes . ui adv. Theatre publishes picture week and De Rue Bros. Monday night, rooms to let. Store publishes a shoe - bargains in sample shoes, has Appliu’s milk for ;;,is has furnished room to o ool of Business Science .rses which they are offer ■ e cost. advertises the coming of •elebrated soprano, at an m-ert. ;.s advertises suits at_his ; ie Shop^alls attention skirts and dresses. City point, oilers cow, 1 r vale. lue., advertises “When by McCormack, and >r records. amber oilers household • c: sale. aunty Vet erans will meet . Grange Hall, Waldo, e oilice in the post office closed until August 3 th. ute the office will be open rewster of Belmont has pre urnal Office with some line served apples raised in his year. Taylor of Bucksporl has : as matron at the Girls, ihport Avenue and will be September 1st. • unty Sunday School As i'd its annual meeting at 'lurch, Belfast, Thursday, I'iie South Waldo district 1 other district secretaries arc asked to send their re ■ \.unty secretary by Sept. iay at the Methodist church ;V» reign Missionary Society j •vith the following officers: i ;.s. Matia Wadlin; vice pres L. Whitten; cor. secretary, Martin; rec. secretary, Mrs. : ost; treasurer, Miss Abbie society was formed under on of Mrs. Nellie Morgan, N : -sidcnt. AST. Mr. and Mrs. James erhill, Mass., visited Mr. -.ry Elms several days the Mr. and Mrs. James Sanker f Altoona, Pa., are visiting S. Whitman Newcomb.... A. Tyler left Friday evening 1 • r spending several months N sier, Mrs. F. L. Toothaker, S. Whitman Newcomb, will visit in Massachusetts, a'.'ipshire and New York before her Home in Los Angeles, i and Mrs. Levi Campbell with friends in Searsmont. Hr . ant returned to his home in iiulay, after spending sev >' i!i Mr. and Mrs. Levi Camp A BRIDGE. Bridge street, hill ‘ fast 1 s a veritable beehive of id is the construction end of ifc£e being built by Cyr Broth- , ' ' ivlile. Three large Somes 11 bulkheads are in position " 'id enough to hold forages, 's now being run into the as structure. It seems like < amount of work, but the •- have the most modern ma wer and appliances and have riences at bridge building, d in the city’s gravel pit near <r distant is rock in abund Hogers hill. Robert M. Rob bing a convenient and safe Ue power boat. He leaves a the wharf on the Railroad onnects with a long walk 1 r the flats at the old rag !, in East Belfast, tie • r trips every half hour, or '•cessary. i he Lassell and Sweetland reunion will be held at Belfast City Park, Thursday. Aug. 26th. The upper bridge was considerably damaged Saturday morning^by the city’s Indiana truck and was 'c'osed for repairs for a short time. The Citypoint bridge was used during the time. Five of the bridge beams were weakened and the planking settled. There was no injury to the truck. Cards were received in Belfast Monday, announcing the marriage in Springfield Mass., August 22nd, of Leon II Beckl with, formerly of Belfast, and Miss Anna Tibbetts of Springfield. Mr. Beckwith has for some time been conducting a plumbing business in Springfield a.ul has I been successful. I 1 he managers of t.he popular dances being held every Friday evening at the Fair Grounds wish to again cal! attention to the fact that thedance will be held thi i, Thursday, evening instead of Fri day as McKeen’s orchestra will play for the Country Club Cabaret Friday even ing at Bayside theatre. South Belfast. Mrs Chapman of! Greenfiel 1, Mass , and Mrs. Sunhury of I Lverett, Mass., who have been visiting 1 Mrs. J. E. Cross, returned to thei. homes 1 last week....Mr. and Mrs. Leo G. lieirick and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Curtis left last Monday by auto for a vacation trip through Massachusetts and Khode Island. : ••••Miss Viola Curtis is visiting her aunt, i Mrs. J. H. Peavey, in Lincolnville. ^ - he Rook. C-3r3V3ii arrived liere ear!\ Friday morning and was located on the Church street side of School Common It is in reality a small library of up-to date books for all ages. Visitors begin to arrive as soon as the car was located and continued to call during the day. The car is touring the Stale under the direction of two courteous young ladies Miss Bertha E. Mahoney of Boston is di rector ami the Misses Mary Frank and Qenevive Washburn of Boston are as sistants. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ritchie, Dr. and i Mis. Y*. I. West and 11. C. Buzzell were returning in the Ritchie car Saturday evening from Augusta, where they hail been to attend the Republican rally- and yvhen on the llayford Hill in Belmont j avenue were in collision with John Coxi’s Public auto yvith live or six passengers. It is understood the dense fog c used’the ! accident. No one tvas reported injured in the Cox car, hut Mr. Ritchie’s right j hand yvas injured, and he received a ; bruise over the left eye. Mrs. Ritchie and Mr. Buzzell were considerably siiak en up and bruised. Both cars rvere dam- ! aged to quite an extent. Recent advices from Capt. Albert W. Stevens, U. S. A , were to the effect that ; he was slightly brui ed about the face i and head in an airplane accident at Mitchell Field, Garden City, L. I His pilot, second Lieut, Lewis McSpadden, is critically injured and in the Port Hospi tal. The plane yvas a DH-4, and had made a flight from Langley Field, Hamp ton Roads, Va. I lie officers yvere under- \ stood to be on a trip for official army photography. As the plane started to make a landing, Lieut. McSpadden mis judged the distance. The plane skimmed a hangar and struck the pole, which caused the plane to sideslip to the roof of the barracks. The plane dropped-to the ground from the roof edge. Lieut. Mc Spadden was unconscious with a severe w-cund in the head and many bodily bruises. He iiad been pinned down by the weight of the engine. Capt. Stevens j fell free of the engine and sustained only j slight cuts ot the face and head. Frederick W. Brown, money order clerk in the Belfast Post Office, was re- j tired Aug. 20, 1920, under the new ruling of the age limit of 70 years. He entered upon duties in the office in 1890 assisting iirst with the extra work caused by the advertising of the Dana Sarsaparilla Company. June 20, 1893, he received Ins appointment after having passed the iirst Civil Service examination given in Belfast. He has served continuously with the exception of vacation and sick leave. For 25 years he was clerk of the Civil Service Board of Examination but I retired about 18 months ago. He has seen many changes in the office’s em ployes aLd in the methods used in all the departments, especially in his last work for the past eight years in the money order room He has liked the work, en joyed the association with the office force and has had friendly relations with the public In behalf of the force, Horatio H. Carter, one of the oldest city carriers, presented Mr. Brown with a handsome cane, ebony with a gold mounting. Mr. Brown accepted the gift wilh thanks and expressed his pleasure and surprise. He wil have the lop engraved with “1890— P. O. D. 1920.” Frank B. Luce of the office force succeeds Mr, Brown De Rue Bros. All New Min strels Colonial Theatre, Bel fast, Monday, August 30th. Tickets now on sale at Theatre — get them early. A Camera Picture )f a Face or a Place That Recalls a Tima You Can Not Foigell . Baby Pictarat that arm prictUtt ami lamm laL Thtta cannot ha raylaaad if omea loot. , Would you spend 10c to keep them always within your possession, each held solid in an albas nr as indefinite ncriod with Enjfcl Ij^artCornerel They Are Artlatlc Gummed Stickers For The Corners ^9 Slip one In each cor B m Tier of picture — iret mm .and stick — that's all. CM No Paste—No Glue—No . Muss—No Fuss. 10c Buys 100 Album leaves do not eifcta -rhanArtCaraara t-i used. U*ed k» the United StatesGoretraient. maim lecturers and thutuaads el picture takers. IW ENGEL MFC- CO.,ttitaf nHUOmWm, 7U, Umk wr irriMlW^ YmnAtkmm Ti 3 C/3 © CD 3* < rn KJ o* -o 3= 8. B g 5 a © n 3 re . Wa|d° branch of the New England Mnk Producers Association are holding an all day session at the Monroe Fair Grounds this, Thursday, to which all in terested are invited. Mrs. Dana B. Southworth entertained 1 uesday from 4 to 6 p. m , at her new Church street home in honor of her sis ter, Mrs. Marshall B. Martin of Provi dence, R. I. The home was artistically decorated in a color scheme of blue and yellow, marigolds and bachelor buttons being used, and the rooms were lighted with candles. The hostess’ aunt, Mrs. Edward C. Joyce of Providence, poured tea, while Mrs. George H. Jennings, Misses Belle Keating, Katherine Kit tredge and Elizabeth Doak. served. trank Meservey and Fred Wentwoith of this city were before Judge Clyde B. Chapman of the Municipal Court Monday at 4 p. m., charged with the alleged lar ceny of grain and sugar, belonging to Nickerson & Damm of Swanville, and stored at tiie Swan-Whitten wharf in this city. They were arrested Sunday night by officers. Percy S. Edgeconib and Elmer S Whitehead It is also alleged that there are others concerned in the affair and other arrests are expected. Arthur Ritchie appeared for the defend ants. They ple ad not guilty on their ar raignment and he case was postponed to Thursday forenoon. , rAc CORMACr'v Vi KREISLER " When Night Descends” sung by M cCormack violin accompaniment by Kreisler This is a love serenade, fitted to McCormack’s voice as if it had been specially written :or aim. The Violin obbligato is played as only this great artist can play it. The song is composed by Rachmaninoff, great Russian composer, another famous Victor artist. Victor Red Seal Record 87571 v i De Gogorza "Each Shining Hour” To hear this beautiful love song of Glad Forster’s, sung by this world renowned artist, is an experience that no one would Willingly pass by. It is available ior all on a new Victor Red Seal Record 64888 We have these and all the other New Victor Records for August WILLIAM L. LUCE, Inc., 14 Main Street, Belfast, Maine _ SAMPLES A fine opportunity to get good shoes for little money. MEN who wear size 62 and 7 shoes. LADIES who wear size 32 or 4 shoes. These are sample shoes that our three travelling men, in our wholesale depart ment, have had on the road the past sea son. Some have been -handled consider ably and some look just as if they were j right from the factory. Men’s brown and | black boots and oxfords, high and low cut, ! I broad toe and pointed. Ladies brown and | black pumps and oxfords. If your size is here you can save at least $3.00 per pair. $3.95 pair SKejbinmoFe | I Mrs. Frank U Towie l bel are spending a few_ days at Swan Lake with her son, Maurice D. Towle. In a personal note from Poughkeep<ie, N. Y., Mrs. Miriam Hayes Heald says of A. D. Hayes, her father’s death: “He and mother were on their way to the city when he went back for some thing. As he reached the steps he beck oned for m ther to come, and when she reached him he was having a hemor rhage. He gasped Out, “Call the doctor, I am going.” He psssed away before they could get him into the house. He .had been feeling id fine health for a week or more, so Vaughn had gone to a lake over Sunfay, so it was a very sud den blow to him. CHANGE OF DATE. Owing to the ab rupt change of date for the Country Club cabaret from Aug. 26th to Aug. 27th it is considered best to postpone the B. H. S. A. A. picnic until Tuesday, Aug. 31st. If pleasant, the picnic will be held op that day at the City Park at 5.30, as advertis ed. If rainy on the next bright day. Please bring cushions and rugs to sit on, also “bug-lights” for the community singing. Mr. E. S. Pitcher will conduct the singing and seven-minute talks are expected from four B. H. S. principals, Mr. W. R. Howard, Mr. F. Wallace Chase, Hugh D. McLellan, Esq., and Mr. Harry A. Foster. Bring your picnic boxes and annual dues. A Delightful Reception. Miss l Maude E. Barker gave an informal re | ception Tuesday from 3 to 5 p. m., com plimentary to Miss Lydia R. Marshall of Boston and Walpole, Mass., who was the guest of her fiance, Fred T. Chase. About eighty invitations were issued. The home was doubly attractive with an abundance of garden flowers with dahlias predomi nating Miss Barker was assisted by Miss Charlotte W. Colburn and Miss Lida Crawford of Allston, Mass., the former pouring tea and the latter serving assorted cake, mints, etc. A most de lightful feature of the function were the vocal solos rendered by Mrs. William E. Kotman of North Shore, who also played her own accompaniment. She was re peatedly ei cored and her selections were very pleasing. The Chase-Marshall wed ding will take place September 8th at the bride’s brother’s residence, H. Newton Marshall, Rirkstall Road, Newtonville, Mass. De Rue Bros. All New Min strels Colonial Theatre, Bel fast, Monday, August 30th. Tickets now on sale at Theatre —get them early. . J I J »—■— Colonial Matinee Daily 2.30 Theatre inunouAT Lieut.Ormer L. Lockear -IN ‘THE GREAT AIR ROBBERY” SCREEN MAGAZINE COMEDY FRIDAY RUPERT HUGHES -IN “CUP OF FURY” Moon Riders No. 12Burton Holmes | SATURDAY, JAMES J. CORBETT news. [In “Prince of Avenue A”| comedy MONDAY NIGHT De Rue Brothers IDEAL MINSTRELS and Eight Big Vaudeville Acts Prices 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and tax -STREET PARADE AT NOON_ TUESDAY MAY ALLISON -IN “1 HE CHEATER” COMEDY OUTING CHESTER wcunwuAT, MADELINE TRAVERSE in “WOULD YOU FORGIVE” WHIRLWIND NO. 1 _& Major Harold B. Pratt, U S. N., son of i Mrs, Abbie V. Pratt, now of Los Angles, j Calif., and a former Belfast boy, is at ] the Woodman cottage on Shore Acres at : Northport for a few weeks with his fam- j ily. Capt. and Mrs. Charles B. Hazeltine and their little son, Charles B., Jr., who have been visiting relatives in Belfast a short time, will leave Friday for Hono lulu, where Capt. Hazeltine has a two years’ assignment on the staff of Gen. C. G. Morton. Mrs. Hazeltine’s mother, Mrs. Ralph Emery of Kalamazoo, Mich., now at her summer home here, plans to spend the winter inHonolulu. kT HE thing ■ that makes a shoe worth what it costs is the comfort it af fords, coupled w i t h quality, long life and good appearance You want a shoe that has plenty of room and still fits per fectly without pressure. The shoes we carry have met these demands for years and we recommend them to you, feel ing that the shoes will speak for themselves more convincingly than we can for them. TIMM SHOE STORE 55 Main Street 2ai31 SPECIAL The dance at the pavilion on the fair grounds will be held Thursday evening, Aug. 26, instead of Friday as usual. WANTED A situation as nurse or housekeeper. Addres 3 Commercial St., Belfast. Furnished Room to let at 3 Charles Street. RALPH RICHARDS. j FOR SALE WITHIN ONE WEEK, one cow, fresh in • February, 20 hens, 16 cords of hard wood, | some household goods and tools. Ap ply to B. F. STAPLES, j Tel. 175-12 Citypoint, Belfast, j ROOMS TO LET HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS PREFERRED. Near the school. Apply by letter. “J,” JOURNAL OFFICE. WANTED” Man with team or auto who can give bond to sell 137 Watkins home and farm products Biggest concern in the world; | $500 to $5000 yearly income. Territory j in this county open. Write today to J W. WATKINS CO., i 4w32 Dept. 116, Winona, Minn, j CARR OF THANKS. I To our many friends who assisted us in j our late bereavejnent and for the beauti- | ful flowers, we extend our heartfelt thanks. MRS. A. V. MARTIN, Mary a. Martin, Edwin C. Martin, Enna F. Martin WANTED A woman for general housework, in a family of three adults, about Sept. 15th. House with modern improvements and no washing. Good wages to the right party. Must be a good plain cook. Ap ply be letter, giving references if possi ble, to Journal Office. tf35 De Rue Bros. All New Min strels Colonial Theatre, Bel fast, Monday, August 30th. Tickets now on sale at Theatre —get them early. Applin’s milk for sale at C. B. Eaton Co. s’ HEART TROUBLE m most instances is merely an adaptative symptom of some other trouble usually of the stomach Oftentimes' the most severe heart pains are caused by nothing more than piessure m the region of the heart. This gaseous disten tion, as we have said, is probably due to an abnormal con dition of the stomach. When the stomach is provided with its normal supply of mental impulses the abnormal gase ous conditions disappear, the pressure is removed from the region of the heart and the pains, palpitation or other detects in the functioning of that organ, disappear. ,. lflhe^r.oub’e is directly with the heart, the results which the Chiropractor gets in a vast majority of cases are very remarkable. It is a common experience of the Chiro piactor to take cases that have been exceedingly stubborn in responding to other forms of so-called treatment. The tact that these cases did give excellent results under C.uropractic adjustments are matters of record in the of nces ot Ch ropractors. Your case should not be an excep tion in responding to Chiropractic treatment. Come to this othce tor consultation on oinal analysis without cost to you. GEU. E STURM. CHIROPRACTOR, J THE COLONIAL HOUSE, 59 HIGH STREET, BELFAST, MAINE Office hours—Monday all day; 9 to 11.30 a. m. Wednesday and Friday. ——-—- - THE WEBB SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIE NCE Belfast, Maine. We will train you to become an . . . Accountant Cost Expert i Bookkeeper Executive Stenographer Auditor Secretary Typist There’s a WEBB COURSE for you at a moderate cost. Our teachers are certified by the State Superintendent of Schools. FREE BOOKLETS. ' May Rose Flour Master Millers since 1837. We put the bene fit of all these years of experience into our flour and May Rose represents a quality flour unsurpassed for baking of the finest kind. We authorize Hall & Wilkins to guarantee every pound of flour we ship them HIGHLAND MILLING COMPANY. HALL & WILKINS DISTRIBUTORS MAKES FEET FEEL FINE! The instant you apply a little strip of boo thing lied Top ('allous Plaster to that sore, “achey” callous, corn ) or bunion, you’ll forget your foot ' troubles. - ..—ITER removes hard growth by rainless absorption, takes out swelling, soreness, pain and you walk witfl comfort from the start. RED TOP is the sure, safe way to foot com f°rt~it’8 simple, easy to apply. tomiorungr co wear. fcure relief or money back. Many applications in Soc “handy roll,” Sold by TIMM SHOE STORE 55 MAIN STREET. 4t34 For Sale To settle estate, pair of work horses, excellent condition. MRS. HENRIETTA BOWDEN, Northport. Maine P. O. address Lincolnville, R. F. D. 2 "for sale Household Furniture May be seen at No. 6 Baj^View street, Aug. 26, 27, and 28, from 12 to 4 p. m. \ RUTH S. MACOMBER. TAXES You will lose your big dis count on taxes unless paid on or before August 31st. Pay now and avoid the rush on the last few days. EDMUND WILSON, Tax Collector. For Sale at No. 9 Bay View Street, after the first Monday in September, all my household goods, tables, beds, bureaus, refrigerator, stove, etc. 3w34 De Rue Bros. All New Min strels Colonial Theatre, Bel fast, Monday, August 30th. Tickets now on sale at Theatre —get them early.