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CLARIONS LIGHTEN HOUSEWORK
You have much more time for other things when a Clarion saves your steps. * Clarion action is immediate and positive. A Clarion turns off an immense amount of work in a short time and does it all supremely well. WOOD & BISHOP CO., Bangor, Maine E*,tgMed Sold by W. A. Hall, Belfast SEARSPORT. Mrs. Beverly DuBose and son Pendleton are spending a week in Bethel. David Kane left Monday for New York after spending a two weeks’ vacation in town. Andrew McGown of Worcester, Mass., has purchased the Smith cottage on Pleas ant Point. L. C. Havener of Worcester, Mass., is spending a brief vacation at his summer home in town, Mrs Nancy Jerome and son Charles of Brookline, Mass., are guests of Mrs. Frank Curtis. Rev. C. H. McElhiney left Saturday for Skowhegan, after spending a month’s vacation in town. Miss Jennie Crockett and Miss Lee Doane of Brewer were guests at the Grinnell Inn last week. Jerry Sweetser left for Bangor Wednesday to enter the general hospital for a surgical operation. Louis Eyre left Saturday by auto for his home in Orange, N. J., after spending the summer in Searsport. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sheehan of Worcester, Mass., were guests of Mrs Joseph Sweetser on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Blanchard and son Albert left by auto last week for their home in Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Lucy True Ross returned to New \ork Sunday after spending a ten days’ vacation at her home in Searsport. Roi ert P. Nichols and three children of Worcester, Mass., were the week-end guests of Capt. and Mrs. A. M. Ross. Louis J. Estela of Maynard is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Estela, at the Fields place. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hawley of Bos ton and George Perry of Wakefield, Mass., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Frame. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Whitten of Port land called on relatives in town last Monday, en route to Waterville by auto. Dr. and Mrs. William Rice, who have been guests at Brookside for three weeks, left last week for their home in Malden, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Jackson and two children of Westbury, L. I., and Dr. Ar thur Jackson of Everett, left Thursday foi their homes. Dr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Sargent and daughter Doris left recently for their borne iq Newton, Mass., after a visit with Mrs. Marla jbargent. Mrs. Walter Gavan, her daughter Phyl is and^on Gordon, who spent the season at the Gnnneli Inn, left Monday tor their home in Montclair. N. J. Mrs. i. W. Rogers ana daughter Vir ginia left Thursday for theiF hon*G jn JSrockHne, Mass., after a Visit, Si-h Mt and Mrs. Henry McCaslin, The annual meeting of the Carver Me morial Library association was held in the library Thursday evening. Last year’s officers were re-elected. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curtis gave a most enjoyable shore party on Saturday even ing. A baked bean supper with coffee, ; etc., was served to about fifty guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Healey and son Gordon, who have been the guests of Capt. and Mrs. H. G. Curtis, left Satur day for their home in Wollaston, Mass. Capt. D. C. Nichols, Capt. Melville Nichols and Chester B. Curtis returned Monday from an automobile trip to Mil linocket, Ripogenus Dam, Bingham, etc. Anchor Chapter, O. E. S., gave a very successful card party Monday evening at Masonic Hall. Bridge and light refresh, ments were served. Over $15.00 was cleared. Mrs. Frank Strickland and Miss Anna Strickland of Bangor, who have been spending a part of the summer at the Crook cottage on Pleasant Point, have returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Brainerd Bates and two children, and Mrs. Anderson left Monday for their home in Boston. Mrs. Bates and children, and Mrs. Anderson spent the season at the Dyer cottage. At the monthly communion of the First Congregational church held last Sunday, Mrs. Walter Gavan of Montclair, N. J., and Mrs. Andrew McGown of Worcester, Mass., were admitted to church member ship. Dr. M. J. O’Neil of Providence, R. I., arrived Sunday by auto and will be the guest of Mrs. Joseph Sweetser over the week-end, returning to Providence Wed nesday, with Mrs. O’Neil and little Miss Harriet O’Neil. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Sheldon of Newton, Mass., were guests at the Grin nell last ween. The Sheldons came over the road and were accompanied by Miss Jeanette Colson of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Miss Elnora Quimby of Laconia, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. ■ Reginald Fitzmaurice and Edward Fitzmaurice of Providence, < R. I., and Mrs. James Woods of Dor- j Chester, who have been spending two weeks at Swan Lake, left Saturday by auto for their homes. Major Harold E. Marr and son, Harold, Jr., are visiting Major Marr’s mother, Mrs. Villa Marr, in Farmington, Maine. Major Marr will come to Searsport before his return to Chicago. He is deta led at the University of Chicago, where he is head of the department of Military Sci ence and Tactics. At the morning service of the First Congregational church, the pastor, Rev. Thomas H. Martin, read his resignation as pastor of the First and Second churches. Mr. Martin has received a call to return as pastor of the Congregation al churches in Brooks and Jackson, and has accepted the call. The matter will be acted on at a meeting of the church and parish, to be held soon. News has been received here of ,th death in Artesia, Calif., of Mrs. Rebecca Stevens Woods, formerly of Searsport. Mrs. Woods was born in Raymond in 1849. In 1879 she was married to Charles Woods, whom she survived. She went to California in 1912, to make her home with relatives there. During the last few years of her life she suffered poor health. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Helen Stevens of Searsport, and by two nephews and two nieces. Funeral ser vices were held in Norwalk and inter ment was made in Artesia. Mrs. E. D. P. Nichols entertained a few friends very enjoyably at Bridge on Friday afternoon at her home in West Main street. The game was played at three tables, and the prizes, which were most attractive, were awarded, first, to Mrs. L C. Havener, who tied with Mrs. Sidney Webber for the highest score, and cutting, won a bottle of Florida water; and the consolation, a copy of The Last Word on Auction, to Mrs. J. W. Black Delicious refreshments of salad, rolls, olives, rjffee, strawberry mousse and cake were served. Besides those men tioned, the following guests were pres ent: Mrs. Joseph Curtis, Mrs. Arthur Healey, Mrs. C. N. Meyers, Mrs. H. G. WALDO COUNTY STATE OF MAINE List of Candidates to be voted for in the County of Waldo in the State Election, September 13, 1920. Penalty for wilfully defacing, tearing down or destroying a list of candidates or a specimen ballot, five to one hundred dollars fine. FRANK W. BALL, Secretary of State. To vote a straight party ticket, place a cross (X) in the square above the party group of candidates for whom yow desire to vote; or omit the cross (X) in the large square above the party group and place a cross (X) in each one of the small squares at the right of the names of the respective candidates in the party column. To vote other than a straight party ticket, omit the cross (X) in the large square at the head of the column and place a cross (X) in the small square at the right of the names of such candidates as you wish to vote for in any of the party columns. If the name of a candidate of your choice is not on the ballot, strike out the name under the designation of the office in any of the columns, write in the new name and place a cross (X) in the square at the right. Do not write under the designation of the office in one party column the name of the candidate which it printed under that designation of office in another party column. As an optional method of voting other than the straight party ticket, place a cross (X) in the large square at the top of the column, strike out the name of any candidate thereunder whom you do not wish to vote for, and if you wish to vote for the candidate of another party for that office, place a cross (X) in the square at the right of his name as printed in any other column. If you wish to vote for a candidate whose name is not on the ballot, strike out the name printed under the designation of the office in the column at the head of which you have placed the cross and write in the new name in the blank space underneath. Stickers will not be counted unless placed on the ballot by authority of the Secretary of State to correct an error or to fill a vacancy. LIST OF CANDIDATES I ' ■ I — -- ■ REPUBLICAN For Governor FREDERIC H. PARKHURST, Bangor| | I 1 For State Auditor ROY L. WARDWELL, Augusta □ □ For Representative to Congress JOHN A. PETERS. Ellsworth _□ __□ For State Senator JAMES J. CLEMENT, Montville ___□ For County Attorney RALPH I. MORSE, Belfast _□ _□ For Register of Probate CHARLES E. JOHNSON, Belfast j 1 ~~n For Sheriff FRANK A. LITTLEFIELD, Monroe | | I I For County Commissioner FRANK I. MORTLAND, Searsport | | ~D For Representatives to Legislature I HODGDON C. BUZZELL, Belfast I E. DONALD CHASE, Unity ALBERT T. NICKERSON. Swanville CHARLES S. ADAMS, Liberty WASHINGTON D. HARRIMAN. Prospect DEMOCRATIC -* -• - -yF*ag^5R c<* '~vqy. -- — ~ ' r For Governor 1 BERTRAND G. McINTIRE, Norway i For State Auditor j JAMES J. NEILON, Biddeford | J n For Representative to Congress □ □ □ .□ □ .□ t :□ .□ :□ .□ :□ .□ Curtis, Mrs. A. M. Ross, Mrs. E. S. Cal derwood, Mrs. Brainard Bates, Mrs. Ellen Leib, MissO. J. Lawrence. WILSON PEACE PORTRAIT IS TURNED TO THE WALL. SOUTH Bend, Ind., Aug. 19. The con tractor who decorated the stand from ! which Gov. Cox spoke today found a ; dusty portrait of President Wilson, and 1 after brushing it up, hung it directly in front of the place the speaker would occupy. All the morning it bung there, I while South Bend Republicans grinned j Presently Arthur Gilliam, a Republican ! leader, got a photographer and made a I picture of it. That attracted Democratic attention, so a committee, headed by Frank Mayo, formerly county chairman, , went around to look for trouble. The picture had been used in the 1916 campaign, and under the Wilson likeness were the words: “Peace with honor—he kept us out of war." They took the picture down.—By a staff correspondent of The Sun and New York .Herald. Miss Hazel L. Wilson, R. N., connected with the Boston Elevated Co., is spending a vacation with relatives in Belfast, Greenville and Augusta. High School Boy W ants place to work board. Can take oare of furnace and is handy around the house. Apply at Journal Office. £ FOUND j A LIGHT RED MARE, with both fore j feet and one hind foot white, weighing I about 1CC0 pounds. Ownercan have same by paying charges. GEORGE TAYLOR, j R. F. D. No. 2, Belfast, Me. j Oak Hill, Swanville. Iw36* For Sale HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE May be seen at No. 6 Bay View street, Sept. 2, 3 and 4. from 12 to 4 p. m. RUTH S. MACOMBER. H. L. Davis of Roxbury, Mass , arriv ed Saturday to join his si ster, Mrs. Jen nie Davis Stephenson, in a visit in East Belfast, their former home. BORN Reeder. In Everett, Mass., Aug. 23, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Reeder, a daughter, Dorothy Elizabeth. Roberts In Belfast, Aug. 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Wellington J. R-berts, a son, Furber Stimpson. MARRIED._ I Anderson • Frost. In Belfast, Sept. 1, by Rev. George C. Sauer, Ernest W. i Anderson of Passaic, N. J., and Ethola 1 W. frost of Belfast. ; COGGINS-WARD. In Bangor, Aug. 29, at the Essex Street Baptist parsonage, by Rev. B. P. Browne, Gerald E. Coggins of Lincolnville and Mildred L. Ward of Bel fast. Getchell-BRADSTREET. In Belfast, j Aug. 31, by Rev. Charles W. Martin, Charles Everett Getchell and Cora Alma Bradstreet, noth of Belfast. Herrick Beckett In Northport, Aug. 15, Charles Herrick, and Miss Bernice ; Beckett, both of Northport. | HUBBARD KELI.ER. In North Isles boro, Aug. 24, by J. A. Pendleton, Esq., Harold M. Hubbard of Watervilie and Miss Eunice A. Keller of North Islesboro. ROBERTS-TOWNSEND. In Belfast, Aug. 25, at the Congregational parsonage, by Rev. Alfred C Elliott, Clarence Roberts and Alice Townsend, both of Belfast. DIED BANKS. In Belfast, Aug 28, Mrs. Everett A. Banks, aged 42 years, 8 months and 1 day. Dunbar. In Belfast, Aug. 30, Mrs. Sarah J. Dunbar, aged 80 years, 5 months and 15 days. REDMAN. Ill Northport, Aug. 25, Co lin E Redman of Belfast, aged 72 years, 2 months and 22 days. SEAVEY. In Belfast, Aug. 26, at the Waldo County Hospital, Clias. A. Seavey of Searsport, aged 55 years. Woodcock In Camden, Aug. 22, Horatio N Woodcock, formerly of Cears mont, aged 61 years, 3 months, 13 days. More Dresses-More Skirts More Sweaters AT THE DAVIS SAMPLE SHOP Up VERY day brings new shipments of the above merchandise to us fresh ^ from the factory, and your size is here. Let us show you the very newest thing in Knife Plated Skirts, handsome plaids beautifully trimmed with novelty belts and pockets. Just like those you read about in the biy city stores. Priced right,. $8.98 to $22.50 Georgette and Silk Dresses, some plain, others with just enough lace - braid trimming to make them desirable for any occasion. Any color, $15.00 to $39,50 We have the very latest thing in Jersey Tuxedo Sweaters for Ladies. in colors. To be appreciated they must be seen. Priced . . $9’^ Watch this paper next week. Something is going to happen. Wa.ch for it.] Truly, THE DAVIS SAMPLE SHOP HIGH STREET, (Phone 156-12) BELFAST, MAIM STATE OF MAINE Banking Department. The Waldo Trust Company of Belfast, in the County of Waldo and State of Maine, having made application to the undersigned for per mission to establish a Branch or Agency in the Town of Brooks, County of Waldo, and having furnished satisfactory proof of the payment of the fee required by law, to tbe State Treas urer, I ereby designate Friday, September 3.1920, at ten o’clocK in the forenoon (Standard time), and Union Hall in said town of Brocks, as the time and place when and where all persons in terested in said matter may appear and be heard. I also direct that notice of hearing he given by the petitioners by causing this order 10 be published once in The Republican Journal of Belfast, and once in the Kennebec Journal of Augusta, said publication to be made in the ntxt issue 01 said newspapers subsequent to date of this notice, and that prooi of said publication be presented thereat FRANK L. PALMER, B nk Commissioner. Dated at Augusta, Maine, August 27, 1920. GUARDIAN’S NOTICE. The subscriber hereby gives notice that she has been^duly ap pointed guardian of the estate of BURTON E. WEBBER of Searsport, in the County of Waldo, and given bonds as the law directs. All persons having demands against the estate of said Burton A, Webber are desired to present the same for settlement, and all indebted thereto are requested to make payment immediately „ MYRON F. PARKER. bearsport, Me., Aug. 10, 1920. CONSERVATOR'S NOTICE. The sub scriber hereby gives notice that he has been duly appointed conservator of the estate cf CLARENCE P. GILMORE of Waldo, in the County of Waldo, and given bonds as the law directs. All persons having demands against the estate of said Clarence P. Gilmcre are desired to present the same for settlement and all indebted thereto are requested to make payment immediately. JOHN A. GILMORE. Belfast, Me., Aug. 10, 1920. 1 Notice ot foreclosure WHEREAS, Willis E. Lovejoy of Belfast, in the County of Waldo and State of Maine, by bis mortgage deed dated the fifth day of June, A D 1918, recorded in Waldo Registry of Deeds, Book 332, Page 36, convey ed to The Belfast Loan and Building Associa tion, a corporation established by law and having its office and principal place of busi ness at Belfast, in the County of W ldo and State of Maine, a certain pa:cel of real estate, with the buildings thereon, situated in said Belfast, on the northerly side of the back road from Belfast to Searsjort, bounded and de scribed as follows, to wit:—Bounded northerly | by land of Jennie E. Leavitt; easterly by land of Nahum Nicaersou; southerly by said road; and westerly by land occupied by Porter Cot trell, being the same real estat convened in two parcels to Es.ie Bowen, the fi.st by George Woods by deed of warranty dated February 26, 1882, recorded in Waldo Registry of Deeds, Book 200, Page 247, and the second by deed of Jennie E. Leavitt, dated October 25, 1896. re , corded in Waldo Registry of Deeds, Book 246, ! Page 161, and by said Eslie Bower, conveyed to the said Willis E. Lovejoy by his deed of war: anty dated June 5, 1918, recorded in Waldo Registry of Deeds; and whereas the condition of said mortgage has been broken, now there fore, by reason of the breach of the condition ; thereof the said The Belfast Loan and Build | ing Association, by C, W. We6cott, its Treas urer duly authorized, claims a foreclosure of said mortgage. Dated the twenty-sixch day of August, A. D. 1920. BELFAST LOAN & BUILDiNG ASSO. By C. W. WESCOTT, Treasurer. 3w36 ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. The sub scriber hereby gives notice that he has been duly appointed administrator de bonis nor, with the will annexed, of the estate of ELLEN E, BOULTER, late of Belfast, in the County of Waldo, deceased, and giver bonds as the law directs. All persons 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. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF BELFAST. By C. W. W ESC07.T, President. Belfast, Maine, Aug. 10, 1920—36 To the Voters of the City of Belfast You are hereby notified that : ;-;oa■ REGISTRATION will tbe in and correct the VOTING LIS i . . Belfast on tbe ten secular teenth day of September. A.I .« . of Registration will be in s< the forenoon to one o’clock O- L and from three to five o’clock - and from seven to nine oV noon, on first eijiht of sai evidence touching the qualifyi therein and to revise and i lists, anil on the last two >f • • ; to verify the correctness of . complete and close up its r sions. And on the Iasi of too five o’clock in the aftermx.i of said votinsr lists shall !•• Clerk of said City of Belfas therefor, except that on tl - devoted to registration ami days devoted to the record sions of the Board shall cl the afternoon, but no nano or stricken from said lists »•' the afternoon of the last or -n . . . ; to registration as above. WM. A. MA 1 Board of Registration of ■ Belfast, Maine, Sept 2, TO MY PATRONS I am pleased to annoui secured preferential dater e U Keen for a continuation evening dances in Densinu ton Springs, until further Your liberal patronage - sible for Stockton and ail. enjoy one of New Engle chestras at a popular price Thanking you for your my efforts to serve you, I am respect!-. J. II. WARl’il i Stockton Springs, Sept Most of the men and women who ov Central Maine Power Company and all tl men who run it were born and live in the territo: it serves. _ • U- > ' v' i Their interests are tied up with Maine and growth and progress. The management is virtually an All-Mai organization: president, vice president, treasm and general manager, general superintended most of the directors, most,of the general officer and most of the lesser officials—all born a brought up in Maine. Ninety-five percent of the stockholders the Company live in Maine and 72% of tk are customers of the company. A company managed and largely owned home people should be a safe one to invest in. The price of the preferred stock this Mai company is selling to finance the developmeu power and the extension of lines is $107.50 a s. —the yield 6 l-2%. CENTRAL MAINE POWER COMPANY AUGUSTA, MAINE _ - 'COUPON Central Maine Power Company, AUGUSTA, MAINE. Please send me more information about v ! security as an investment for Maine people Name_ Address_ R. J. 9-2-- 0 '