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fillers should be [placed at once hose desiring fall .deliveries ;:on i .:'d cars. V few orders for ton trucks can lilled immediately from stock. We also have a few used cars. We have a large stock of tires : ieh we are selling at good trades. B. 0. NORTON, l ord Sales and Service Station, High Mreet, Belfast, Maine. W-ws of Belfast VERTISEMEN TS < wer Co. advertises its i< an investment for ■ . ertises Marie Tiffany, in connection with raph next Monday rf re publishes picture ^ week. >lfer the Educator len and children. ingor, advertise 30th furniture, etc. .(ration gives notice d Cord Tire lost, iring car for sale, baby carnage and ertises Ford cars and j:, .cries. nekton Springs, ad p.-nslow Hall. >ks, offers a shingle i lie for sale. - re publishes a shoe Shop advertises new tv- : sweaters. wanted, s barn for sale, oid wife wanted for . J . advertises two new j j' ( ami and other Vic S Windsor, wants - : u o k. j Belfast, wants five ; . i of Primrose Chap 1 be held on Friday r . ..ok. \ Sunday School As I > annual meeting at 5 Belfast, Thursday, j itertained last Tues i; ionor of Miss Mary | Mrs. C. C. Pineo | . Slugg, Mrs. Grace f B Holmes assist | Lawn Party. The i party in the history | ncld on their grounds i, August 25th, under Irs Charles M. Crai3 patronesses: Mrs, - Maude E. Mathews" •insmore, Mrs. Alfred A tlliam B. Swan, Mrs. Mrs Robert F. Dun wiie Mrs. E. P. Frost, Mrs. Jas. H. Howes, Mrs. Charles A. Pils Dunton, Misses Mar aroline M. Cutter, E. Elizabeth A. Kelley were laden with sup very ready sale. The about $475 Small • ’ t e used in good effect ii was enclosed with i strung from small The decorations and irge of Miss Mabel A. mes Williams and Miss The program was de ed of a song, Who is t>y Mrs. Allen Sleeper Cello solo, Souvenirs, -deeper of Passaic, N. i French, and an Indian rs of Minnetonka, by wers of Palm Beach, rt; solo dance, The inline Havener of Port Fullaby, Shannon, by ■ mes of New Haven, ittery; vocal duet, Mr. < per; character sketch by Bert L. Davis; re Williain Vaughan; the were a Dance of Greet Mrs. James T. Sleep Going to Bed by Day, t taught them by Rev East Boston. The 1 iful an 1 there was a uce. The Pejepscot Pulp and Paper Company have bought the staging, etc., in the Pen dleton shipyard and will use it at their local plant. Supt. E E. Roderick wishes all pupils of the Belfast High school to. meet him at his office Friday from 9.30 to 11.30 a. in. This is to arrange for the school pro gram and each pupil should be present. The farm buildings on the Libby stock farm at the Station in Burnham were | completely destroyed by fire Wednesday ! night. The fire originated in the barn and some of their horses and cattle were burned. Frank P. Wilson of New York, who is the guest of his mother, Mrs. J. F. Wil son, returned from a trip to Boston Sat urday in the pleasure yacht Syren, which he will enjoy while convalescing at his former home. Some very attractive dolls furniture, made by Henry D. Clough, is on exhibi tion in the window of Adams’ jewelry store. They are very neatly and sub stantially constructed and would make any little girl happy. Parkinson Brothers, who recently came here from Lubec to engage in the fishing business, have built a wharf and smoke house on the shore in East Belfast about opposite the Eastern S S. wharf. They also own and conduct their fishing boats. The following from Waldo County took the State Teacher’s examination last Friday, conducted by Supt. E. E. Roderick at his office in the city building: Mr. Keith B. Weymouth of Morrill, | Misses Jessie Kelley of Searsport, Ida Wing of Searsmont and Merle R. Wright of Brooks. Allen L. Curtis, for the past eight years proprietor of the City Bakery in Hayford Block. Church street, has sold to his baker, John Chalmers, who will conduct it. He has had long experience in the baking business and is an excel lent cook. Mr. Curtis will devote his entire time to his fancy and dry goods store on Main street. The transfer in the bakery was made Sept, 1st. Frank Meservey and Fred Wentworth, charged with larceny of grain, etc., from the Swan A- Whitten storehouse, were both held by Judge Clyde B. Chapman for the September term of the Supreme Judicial Court at the adjourned hearing Thursday. They appealed and gave $2 0 bonds. The former secured Sam Freed man and Martin Anderson and the latter Mr. and Mrs Walter H. Juan as sureties. Freedman was a'so held for receiving stolen goods. He denied all knowledge of the transaction, but was fined $5 and j costs, which he paid. North Belfast. Mr. Alfred Walton of Newton, Mass., arrived iast week to visit his father, Mr W. H. Walton...Vic tor 1 Merriam of Lowell, Mass., arrived last Sunday for a few weeks’ vacation... Miss Frances Davis, a former resident, was in town Monday calling on friends and relatives.... Arthur Roberts of Thom aston visited relatives in this village the first of the week...A baby boy arrived in the family of Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Roberts last Friday.The village has quite a metropolitan appearance. Sev eral houses have been wired and are now using electricity for lighting purposes, and Fred A. Holmes and Purity Bottling works have established motors to fur nish power in their business...Mr. and Mrs Harvey Cohen and child of New York are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Mayhew. A Public Wireless Station. Rep resentatives from one of the largest com mercial and public wireless telegraphic companies of the day and said to be the International Radio Company with a New York office, have been in Belfast the past four weeks erecting a temporary station to test the location. They were recently in Rockland, but did not care to locate there. Up-to-date all their tests here have been satisfactory. Their first message was answered from Halifax and for the past week they have been in com munication with ocean-going ships. The representative has secured through Orrin J Dickey ot the Dickey-Knowlton Real Estate o., options on the Dutch farm on Congress street extension, where the tests are being made and also on the Read farm on Northport avenue Noth ing can be definitely learned of the affair until the second week of September. VI > N. •* * [ i CD 3 CD 5 ^ H > w fj *** S' CS ^ Slip one In each cor 0 £ ner of picture — wet 0^7 .and stick— that's all. No Paste—No Glue—No . Muss—No Fuss. 10c Buy 100 Album leaves do not wnrelr nhn Art Carnere are used. Used lecturers and t iiouiaadi A picture takers. *H. W ENGEL MFC. CO.,Cfck«f ThHUtUWa, 7Uy tM* Ti MM* s Vi o CD bJ o* ^ "O a a Charles W. Lancaster has sold his steam laundry on Main street to T. V. Daley, who took possession Tuesday. The regular monthly meeting of the Public Health Nursing Board will be held at the Red Cross rooms at 4 p. m, Wed nesday, Sept. 8 Orrin J. Dickey has closed his boys’ summer school at Temple Heights, North port, where he was assisted by George R Bouck of Vale University in a very suc cessful and profitable season. The steamer Golden Rod will run an excursion next Sunday to Camden and Vinalhaven, leaving Lewis’ wharf at 8.30 a. m. Fare for round trip including tax, *1 08. Mrs. Edith S. Walden entertained a three-table card party last Friday even ing at her home on Court stieet. The auction prize, a magnifying glass, was won by Mrs. George E. Evans of Stam ford, Conn., a summer visitor. Two Franciscan nuns in gray uniforms were in Belfast several days recently and were guests at the parsonage of t e St. Francis church. They were on a trip In the interests of an orphtnage with which they are connected and had beautifui embroideries, etc., which they sold for this cause. A State centennial, an old home re union and the eighty-fourth anniversary of Freedom Academy will be held at Freedom on Labor Day, Sept. 6. In the forenoon there will be a parade and ex ercises in the church. The following speakers will be present: J. O. Whit comb of Syracuse, N. Y., John Chapman and F. F. Phillips, both of Boston. The Alumni Dinner will be served in the grange hall. Sports of various kinds will follow. The Liberty band will furnish music. Sunday evening, Sept. 5, there will be special sermons al the church, morning and evening. There will be a ball in the evening with music by Toz ier’s orchestra. Owing to its rapidly increasing Busi ness and in oraer to give its customers the service to which they are entitled the Waldo Trust Company has increased its capital to 560,000. It is expected that a branch of the Trust Company will be opened in Brooks in the near future. This branch in connection with the branch at Unity will give the residents of this sec tion of the county excellent banking ac commodations. Mr. T. Frank Parker, who has efficiently served the bank as treasurer for some years, has resigned to engage in other business, and Mr. H R. Dunbar, the present manager of the Greenville branch of the Guilford Trust Company, has been elected treasurer and will be with the Bank after October 1st. The San Francisco, Calif., Examiner of Aug. 22nd has the following news of the battleship New York, Capt. William V. Pratt of Belfast: “After completing target practice off San Pedro harbor and winning highest gunnery honors in the whole United States navy, the ship an chored in San Francisco bay yesterday afternoon. It was the crew of turret five that made the highest scores and receiv ed telegraphic congratulations from Ad miral Rodman.” There were two sets of three men each, all seamen. Both sets fired twelve shots each and made twelve hits. During the war the New York was Admiral Rodman’s flagship. Victor M. Colson, a Belfast boy, is a member of the New York’s crew. Poor’s Mills Miss Vesta Higgins has been visiting her grandparents in Knox the past week...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mills and two children, also Mr. Mi Is* father and mother of Caribou have been at the Pearl Brook farm looking after the business there....Quite a num ber from here attended the Bangor Fair last week....Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wood and children went to Augusta Sunday in their car....Miss Hazel Wilson is at home from Massachus tts on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilson.... Mrs. Fred Davenport and Miss Dora Brown spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Luella Brown, and brother John.... Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hartshorn and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wentworth went to Lincolnville Sunday in Mr. Wentworth’s car....Leo Wade, who has been home on a two weeks’ visit has gone back to Say brook, Conn. He is in the lighthouse service and is stationed on Cornfield Lightship....Mrs. vV. S. Wentworth and j daughter Mildred have gone to Clinton , to visit her brother. WEST Belfast. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Elms and children spent Sunday with friends in Warren....Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dyer of Law rence, Mass., is visiting Mr Dyer’s broth er, George B. Dyer....Mr. and Mrs. James Sanker and children left Monday morning for their home in Altoona, Penn., after a short visit with Mrs. banner s parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Whitman Newcomb.... Dr. and Mrs A. W. Curtis, Mrs. Harry Haley and daughters Ruth and Rheta of Mattapan, Mass., are visiting Mrs. Bert Hills....Mr. and Mrs. David Whitmore of Brockton, Mass., have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith. ....Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Elms, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hayford, and Charles Harri man attended the Bangor Fair last week. .. .Mrs. Bateman, Miss Lucy Bateman, Mrs. Mae McGuire left Monday in their auto for their home in Wakefield, Mass., after spending their vacation with Mrs Rufus Hills. While here, accompanied by Mrs. Hills and son Silas, they attended the Hills reunion in Union. An Edison Star will Sing Here. Music’s recreation is Mr. Edison’s most sublime gift to mankind. That is the fact that will be driven home to all who are fortunate enough to hear the 5th an nual Edison concert in Colonial Theatre on Monday night, September6 th, when the musical marvel, the Edison Disc Pho nograph will be put to the acid test, a direct comparison with the living voice of the singer. This is not a reproduction such as many instruments have achieved but a recreation that defies the efforts of the critics to distinguish from the singer in person. The concert will be presented by F. D. Jones in co-operation with Thos. A. Edison, who spent six years and aver $2,000,000 to perfect this instrument, and he looks upon it as his life’s work. Be fore the vVorld War Miss Tiffany sang in the American Church in Paris. She also made appearances in concerts at Chaig neau and at the Sulle du Foyer. Then she sang in opera with the Compagnie Internationale Lyrigne. Miss Tiffany’s concert in Belfast will be an unexpected pleasure to her many devoted udmirers in this city. Admission will be by invita tion, and it is predicted that music fans will be out in full force. The Board of Registration is in new?o for ten days, beginning today, for regis tration of voters for the September elec tion. Mrs. Charles T. Littlefield is suffering from the results of the bites of her pet collie dog when her right thumb and middle finger of her left hand were lac erated. The dog had been run over by an auto and she was giving him some medicine when he bit her. Roy C. Fish of the Strout Agency has sold recently the R F. Gray farm in Bel mont to Samuel Fectean of Westbrook, Maine; the Perley L Shaw farm in Swan ville to George M. Behm of New York City; the Roy C. Fish farm in Monroe to George Lewis of Medical Lake, Wash ington. The Brown family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Ernest Brown of East Uuion. There were 33 present in cluding the Hastings, Sproul, Trask, Taylor and Black branches. Twelve were present from Belfast. Miss Ada Sproul of Lynn, Mass., formerly of Belfast, came home to attend the reunion. The Sweetland and Lassell family re union was held at the City Park last Thursday with a picnic dinner at noon. Members were present from Natick, Mass , Rockland, Searsmont, Union and Lincolnville. Mrs. Harold Lassell of Lin colnville was elected president and Mrs. Katherine Johnson of Lincolnville, secre tary. Miss L. Jeannett Totten of White Plains, N. Y., arrived Monday to com plete the contract and secure the required number of guarantors to make the Com munity Chautauqua of 1921 possible. Mr. John C. Moore, who was in charge of the recent Chautauqua here, secured with the assistance of the committee, 356 pledges to buy tickets for the next sea son’s course. A Republican rally will be held at the Armory o- the evening of September 4th, at 8 o’clock. The speakers of the evening will be Hon. Caleb R. Layton of Delaware, Hon. Halbert P. Gardner of Portland and Helen Varick Boswell, who is said to be one of the ablest and most eloquent ot the women who are speaking in this campaign. The Belfast Band will be in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton L. Beckwith gave a delicious lunch Wednesday eve., Aug. 25th, in honor of the former’s niece, Miss Mildred Ward, whose marriage to Mr. Gerald Coggins of Lincolnville took place Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Leon O. Hucklin, Mr. and Mrs. John Beckwith of Springfield, Mass., Mrs Mae Hanson, the bride’s mother. The couple were presented with a beauti ful gift. G. R. Nealey, who was sent to Belfast several-months ago from Lowell. Mass, to succeed George C. Thompson a man ager of the Colonial Theatre, has been transferred to the new and up-to-date Loomler Opera House at Willimantic, Conn. With Mrs. Nealey he will leave here Tuesday, Sept 7th. Both have made many friends since Corning to Belfast and personally regret to leave. Mr. Nealey has won the esteem of the Colonial’s pat’ rons, who regret, his removal, but con gratulate him on Lis advancement. Mr Nealey wa a Lewiston r.ny He will be succeeded by W It ,- J. Cl,fiord, who has had many years ot experience in the w ,rk. MALNUTRmON1 it the root of much weakness and hinders progress and growth. Scott’s Emulsion the world-famons tonic-food, is the natural enemy of mal nutrition and weakness. Scott’s three or four times daily, builds strength—helps drive malnutrition away. Seotft^^owne^i loom 0-0 >. POLITICAL A OVER ITS ft MEN V. | To the Voters ot Waldo County Having received the unanimous cal! from my party to be their candidate for Sheriff at the coming election, I accept their mandate with the pledge to fulfill the duties of that office to the very best of my ab'lity, without fear or favor, and for the best good of all. I will enforce all laws-as I find them, ever bearing in mind the matter of econ omy in the discharge of my duties. Death has removed one of the be.st officials that our opponents ever placed in that office and today we are confronted with new and untried men, and 1 appeal to all lovers of good government, to all progressive men regardless of party affiliations, to give me their support at the coming elec tion and I pledge m>self, if elected, to give them a clean businesslike adminis tration, at the least expense possib.e. CHARLES O. DICKEY. SUNDAY EXCURSION SEPTEMBER 5, 1920, To Camden and Vinalhaven Electrics from Camden to Oakland Park, Rockland and Ihomaston. Steamer Golden Rod leaves Lewis’ wharf, Belfast, at 8.30 a. m Arrive in Camden at 10.30; Vinalhaven 12 m. Returning, leave Vinalhaven at 3.00 p. m.; Camden, 5 00. BRING YOUR LUNCHES. PLENTY LOBSTERS AT VINALHAVEN. Fare for round trip on steamer, including excise tax, SI.08. Tickets may be secured in advance at Samuel Adams’ store, Main Street. Iw36* BARN f OR SALE A large barn, back of the Mitchell block, for sale, to be torn down. For particulars inquire of ANNIE L. BARR, lw36* Belfast Free Library. ' For Sale A FORD TOURING CAR, 1917 model. This car is in good running condition. Inquire at 54 Bay View St., Beitast. FOR SALE . A BABY CARRIAGE in good condi tion. Has been used very little. Also one three position high chair for child „ A- w- MILES, ' lw36* 44 Cedar St., Belfast. LOST J-n or near Searsmont, one U. S. Royal Cord lire, 35-5 size. Finder please notify i Bangor Railway Co,, Bangor, and be re- I warded. 2w36 For Sale Hinckley & Edgley Shingle machine. Cutting up Machine. 5 in., 8 in. and 10 in. Rubber Belting. Shafting and Pulleys. R. A. BARDEN, 4w36 Brooks, Maine. WANTED MAN AND WIFE for cook and janitor. All the year job. Good salary and all round. Best of references required. Ad dress _ Box 145, Belfast, Maine. WANTED FIVE TEACHERS to begin work luesday, Sept. 7th. Good salaries for framed teachers. Apply at once at the ollice of Superintendent of SehooU, Bel fast, Maine, or telephone 123-21 or 321 Two spirited new marches by Sousa’s Band ‘‘Comrades of the Legion” i *° *^e men of the American Legion. A ringing and power• ful Sousa march that carries you right along with it. ] “Who’s Who in Navy Blue” is another of the March King’s compositions. The instruments of the brass band are employed as apparently Sousa alone knows how. Victor Double-faced Record. 18683 Esther Walker sings “Slow and Easy” and “What-cha Gonna Do When There Aint No Jazz?” The first of these numbers is a terrible warning to a Man. It is catchy as it is whimsical. The other sets up the query as to what will become of an already dry world when the jazz goes out of existence. 1 Victor Double-faced Record. 18680 We have all the NEW VICTOR RECORDS FOR SEPTEMBER and are ready to play them for you. Come in any time. U at i nee at 2.30 COLONIAL THEATRE Evening | at 7 and 8.30 j TODAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS -IN “His Majesty, The American91 “DOUG”NEEDS NO INTKODUCTIGN. Screen Magazine 2 Reel Comedy TOMORROW Laughs, Thrills, Suspense, in D. W. Griffith’s “The Mother and The Law’* Moon Riders No. 13. Burton Holmes SATURDAY TOM MOORE “Lord and Lady Algy” A romance of racing and royalty. News 2 Reel Comedy This week begins the Greatest Moving Picture Season in the History of the Screen. The whole we = kwil! be de voted to a drive for better pictures in thousands of the better theatres all over America. MONDAY ETHEL CLAYTON -IN-— “The 13th Command ment” What’s fair for the Man is fair for the Woman Outing Chester Comedy - MBM———■— n I——— TUESDAY Douglas McLean and Doris May -IN - “What’s Your Husband Doing” If you love to laugh see this. ] Arbuckle Comedy Magazine WEDNESDAY! Wallace Reid “DOUBLE SPEED” A picture that sizzles all over the screen. s j Whirlwind No. 2 Comedy Tuesday, Sept. 14th ONE NIGHT ONLY THE SELWYNS PRESENT “TEA FOR THREE” An Angle on the Triangle A Prescription for the Blues PRESCRIBED BY ROI COOPER MEGRUE A REFRESHING COMEDY HIT DIRECT FROM A YEAR’S RUN IN NEW YORK Six Months in Chicago, Three Months in Boston and Two Months "In Philadelphia. “Tea tor Three” will be Presented by an Excellent Cast and New York Stage Production in Tact. A New York Show. A New York Cast—but Belfast Prices. DON’T FORGET THE DATE S r ARRETT-FISKE. A Springfield, Mass., Exchange of Aug. 25th, has the following account ot the marriage of a former Belfast boy: “The marriage of Miss Florence Fiske, who makes her home with her uncle and aunt., Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Dickinson of Atwater Terrace, and Frederic Durham Starrett of New York, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Starrettof M ssachusetts Ave nue, took place yesterday at 5 o’clock in the home of the bride, Rev. C. L. Rice, pastor of St. Paul’s Church performed the ceremony. Howard Goding of Bos ton played the wedding music and used the “Wedding March,” by Mendelssohn. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Helene Fiske, as maid of honor, and had for her bridesmaids, Miss Marian Wheelock of this city, and Miss Cornelia Wright of New Milford, Conn. Henry Atherton Starrett, the brother of the bridegroom, was the best man, and Geo. F. Dickinson, Jr., was the ring bearer. The bride wore a charming gown of white charmeuse and a tulle veil. She carried an arm bouquet of Swansoni t. Her sister appeared in a gown of robin’s egg blue faile silk and carried sweetheart roses. The bridesmaids wore gowns of orchid organdie and had arm bouquets of lavender asters and California poppies. An informal reception took place after I the ceremony. The house was decorated ! with palms phlox, gladiolas and dahlias, and Hewes catered. Both Mr. and Mrs. Starrett are well known in the city, and attended the city schools. | Mr. Starrett ani his bride left for a wedding trip up the Maine coast, Mrs. ! Starrett wearing away a suit of navy blue tricotine and a hat of old blue. They will make their home in Brooklyn.’' COGG1NS-WARD. Miss Mildred Ward or Belfast and Mr. Gerald Coggins of Lincolnville were unit ed in marriage in Bangor at the Free Baptist church, Aug. 29th, at high noon, by the Rev. B. P. Brown. The bride was becomingly gowned in a blue tailored suit. The single ring service was used. The bride was a graduate of the Belfast High school, class of 1917, and has been employed in the Western Union Tele graph office since that date. She is the daughter of Mrs. May Hanson by a form er marriage. The groom is a lumber sur veyor and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ; Coggins of Lincolnville. They were the recipients of many useful and beautiful , presents, including cut glass and silver. ! They will reside for the present with the bride’s mother on Market street, Belfast. ! The happy couple will spend their honey- j moon in Bangor and Waterville. I [MAKES FEET FEEL FINE' The instant you apply a little strip of soothing Red Top Callous Plaster to that 3ore, "achey” callous, corn or bunion, you'll forget your foot troubles. | RED||TOP j£,j CALLOUS ® PLASTER removes hard growth by painless absorption, takes out swelling! soreness, pain and you walk zvitft comfort from the start. RED TOP is the sure, safe way to foot com* fort it’s simple, easy to apply. comforting to wear. Sure relief or money back. Matty applications in Sue "handy roll," Sold by TIMM SHOE STORE 55 MAIN STREET. 4t34 PIANO WANTED To purchase a slightly used upright piano. State make and price. Address “K,” Journal Office. Wanted Two Table Giris at once, at the Windsor Hotel.