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KiTnurki c I a mi ~ ^^
i unity was saddened Friday
|» ' )uil(, 10th, by the sudden death
I'iilsbury Nichols at her
I* hi Lincolnville, where she
C August 22, 1887, the daughter
T. and Rose C. Pills
■ ® . tended school in Lincoln
• going to Rockland Commer
iil)m which she was graSu
. jS employed for some time
i insurance office in Camden
l;!f years was cashier of the
! .sirt-o., where her cheerful,
!*' it and faithfulness to her
many friends. She was
dier 24, 1915, to George E.
P:f den, formerly of Detroit,
made their home at Lin
h. Two children, David,
Until, aged two years, are
mother’s loving care, a
r. so willing to devote all
making her family happy
ami always ready to,do
, me. To know her was to
lt life was well spent ajnd
' , be held in tender, lovfng
was a member of the Bap
Camden, which meant
a : she oracticed its teach
iv life. She was also a
Rebekah Lodge and the
■range of Camden, mem
ch order attending the fu
She is survived by her
.ndren, David and Ruth,
. : iiree brothers and two sis
of Camden, Gladstone of
sc M., a teacher at Bar
r. of Lynn and Walter B.
all of whom were prcs
i ,, services, conducted by
t y :i of Camden. The uui
wluch she was held was
I large attendance of rela
. neighbors and fraternal
L, sisters, also by the great
autiful ilowers, a lifting
!Te. The sympathy of
ut to the stricken family,
,|.lS . me so suddenly and un
i also to the children who
realize their great loss
grief be softened by many
Bid memories.
an, a former Belfast boy,
in a South Boston hospi
i: !; rn in Vinalhaven about
tin:' . 'i came here when a young
■I years ago he went to
" here he had since resided,
"be of June 16th says, “he
ii best known business men
*-as noted for his kindli
e tv He left no immediate
• uV years he was president
'he Iolman Manufactur
er He was a member of the
i ar ht Club. ” Mr. Tolman
ed Belfast as the guest of
> A. Coombs, and family.
Albert N. Cushman and
• f Ellsworth spent the
! Mr, and Mrs. Fred W.
hef llttU Uli,m ®ea2ie Pratt- wh0 wiHl
her little son, William Veazie, Jr is
iTth?snVhe 8Ummer at the Homestead
m this city, received a telegram Wednes- !
day morning from San Diego, Calif., an I
nouncing the fact that Capt. Pratt had !
fornthe oaltdv«ran admiral- He has been I
cific CoattVlnHii co“ma“d of the Pa
friends in J,°/,l a- ?1B many boyhood
coiiiiratiilat?*IaSt ,e,xten<f most cordial
tion Whilh 1 08 °n thiB deserved promo
It is*honed ih* 8 creait. to his home city,
he will*h ,tbls ptoniotion may mean that
to Belfaai r?ted "earer boma aQd come
to Belfast oftener in the future.
M^ W r ^S Jlatch- 8011 Mr. and
and mT“ a ° watch of North Belfast,
and Miss Annie May Nickerson, daughl
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nickerson of
SwanvUle were united in marriage June
15th by Rev. A. C. Elliott at the Congre
gation a list parsonage. The couple were
unattended. Immediately after the cere
mony tney went on an automobile trip,
fol.owing which they went directly to
their home in North Belfast which Mr.
Hatch recently bought and renovated.
Mr. Hatch is a graduate of Belfast High I
school. He enlisted in the Signal Corps
service of the World War, received his
training at the University of Vermont
and was within a few days of being
transferred to France when the armistice
was signed. He also served one year in
the navy as radio operator on the coast
guard cutters Ossipee and Gresham. Mrs.
Hatch is a graduate of Searsport High
school and Kent’s Hilt Seminary and has
taught several terms of school. She has
been employed by the City National
Bank during the past three years. The
couple have received many valuable and
useful presents and they begin their mar
ried life under favorable auspices.
The Mount Waldo District Sunday
School Association will hold its annual '
convention at the Congregational church
in Frankfort, Thursday, June 23. The
10, opening devotions; address of wei
come, Rev. C. H. Clark, pastor of enter
taining Sunday school; response, W H.
Lord, president of the association; 10.30,
address, The Present Program of Reli
gious Education, Rev. E. H. Brewster,
secretary of the Maine State Sunday
School Association; 11, registrations; ap
pointment of committees; music; 11.30,
address, Rev. C. A. Purdy, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church, Winterport;
12, dinner hour; entertaining school will
furnish tea and coffee; delegates and visi
tors will bring picnic lunches; 1.30, devo
tions; 1.45, business, election of officers,
collection for expenses; 2, address, Train
ing the Child in Religion, Mrs. Winslade
(jardiner, State superintendent children’s
division; music; 2.30, address, Organiz .
ing the Field for Religious Education,
Rev. E. H. Brewster; 3, conference led
by Mr. Brewster; 4, closing exercises.
Taste the Flavor
s f “■ tlie flavor of Jersey
lee Cream that will
•utinually coax you to the near
i> rsey dealer for more. There are other
! creams — hut none that can match
v for delightful true flavor.
Jersey Ice Cream
made of pure cream, sugar and finest
"rings—in a plant scrupulously clean,
rv Jersey llrick is Tripl-Sealed in three
((•pings, tiiat keep it pure, fresh and
perfect. Get a package or Tripl-Seal brick,
t"d.iy. Taste the Flavor!
“Look for the Jersey Sign.”
i>\ Jersey lee Cream Company, Lawrence, Mass.
*1 AD Sc HILLS, Proprietors, P. O, Square, Belfast
Bargain Counter
Houses, waists, corsets, hosiery,
hall have a Bargain Counter until further notice
1 repe de Chene, Georgette and Voile Waists,
' Bite Dress Skirts, Colored Silk Hosiery.
Come in and get some real bargains at
Waist and Specialty Shop
Next Door to National Bank.
There will be preaching Bervice at
Wood’s schoolhouse, West Nortbport by
Rev. C. W. Martin next Sunday at 2.30
p. m.
Summer services will be held next Sun
day at the Trinity Reformed Church in
East Belfast, Rev. William Vaughan,
pastor, at 2 30 p. m., and also at Mason
Mills church at 4.30 p. m.
The regular services will be held at the
Universalist church Sunday with sermon
at 10.45 a. m. by Rev. William Vaughan.
Th e choir will have a special musical pro
gram. The Sunday school will meet at
Methodist Church. People’s Meth
odist. Church, Rev. Charles W. Martin,
pastor; parsonage, No. 7 Court St.; tele
phone, 213.11. Sunday morning preach
ing, 10.45; Sunday school, 12 m. Evening
service at 7.30. Prayer meeting this,
Thursday, evening at 7.30.
First Parish (Unitarian) Church.
Rev. A. E. Wilson, minister. Preaching
service Sunday at 10.45 a. m. Rev.
Thomas B. Gregory of New York, who is
spending the summer in Belfast, will
preach. His subject will be “Walking
Through the Mist, or Life'sjlmpeuel.rable
Mystery.” Everyone cordially invited.
The First baptist church. Rev.
George C. Sauer, pastor; residence, 13
Cedar; telephone, 123-11. The services
of worship on Sunday are at 10.45 and
7.30. Bible school at 12 o’clock and the
Christian Endeavor at 6.30. Thursday
at 7.30 the mid-week service. Strang
ers in the city are cordially invited, and
the co-operation of friends throughout
the community, who are not obligated by
duty and interest to support some other
church, is earnestly desired in the grow
ing work of the church.
Preaching by the pastor Sunday morn
ing and evening. In the|eveiling he will
give the second sermon in the series of
three great powers in nature, ‘ The Mes
sage of the Sky.” Music by chorus choir
at both services.
The appointments include a camping
trip of the Rangers for the week at
Northport. The following boys accom
panied by Mr. Sauer, are in the party:
Carleton Robbins, John Fletcher, Wins
ton Stover, Elmer Decrow, Lester Cilley,
Homer Kelley, Maurice Johnson, Car
roll Merchant, Sanford Howard, George
Burzell, Lin wood Nichols, Harry Foster,
Kenneth Thomas, Clyde York. Bernard
Hammons, Eugene Hammons. Wednes
day afternoon (he Sewing Circle met
with Mrs. Wm. Holt; Thursday evening,
the prayer meeting; Friday evening, re
hearsal of chorus choir.
North Congregational Church
Rev. A. C. Elliott, pastor; parsonage, 26
High street; telephone, 157-4. Organist,
Miss Amy Stoddard; soloists, Mrs. Leroy
Paul and Miss Charlotte Knowltou. Morn
ing worship at 10.45, with sermon by the
pastor. Church school at, noon. Strangers
and those without any church home are
cordially invited to worship with us and
assist in the activities of this church.
Tile Blue Birds in charge of Mrs. Elliott
enjoyed a delightful picnic on the shore
last Monday afternoon. The children ate
supper together and partook of toasted
marshmallows cooked over a camp fire,
after which games were played.
The Ladies’ Circle met on Wednesday
afternoon of this week with Mrs. Mary
Mansfield, Northport avenue
The mid-week devotional service will
be held this, Thursday, evening in the '
church parlor at 7.30. The pastor will '
continue his reading of J. A .Steuart’s
“Quicksands.” It will be a pleasure to
see more of our people present at the
Congregational Church, North
Belfast. The interest in the Sunday
school and the services of this church
continues to be w'ell maintained. Mr.
Henry B. Ladd is the efficient superin
tendent of the. school and is supported by
a stall of faithful teachers Thus through
the labors of these splendid workers the
young people of the community are re
ceiving definite religious instruction. The
preaching service is well attended and
last Sunday evening the Rev. A. C. El
liott conducted another Young Peoples’ .
Service. At the close of the service a
meeting of the members and parishioners :
was held when it was decided to have
the church painted. A small committee
was appointed to solicit subscriptions for
this purpose and make all arrangements.
Mr. Ladd is chairman of the committee,
and he, or any member of the committee,
will be pleased to receive subscriptions
from anyone interested in the church and
the moral welfare of the community.
miss Sarah s. chaples.
Miss Sarah S. Chaples, one of Belfast’s
most highly esteemed women, died June
17th at the Waldo County Hospital,
where she had been for some lime for
medical treatment for an incurable trou
ble. She was born in Belfast 71 years
ago, the daughter of William and Sarah \
(McCorrison) Chaples, and all her life i
was spent here. At the age of 18 years
she learned the tailoress trade and for 1
years worked for Henry L. Lord, custom
tailor. She was very expert in her work
and could alw'ays be depended on. After
Mr. Lord’s death she worked in the Cates \
factory. For years she was a loyal mem
ber of Seaside Grange and a regular at
tendant. One brother, George W. Cbap
les, one nephew, Drew H. L. Chaples and
three nieces, Mrs. Annie L. Black, Mrs.
Harry C. Snow and Mrs. Leon B. Whit
ten, all of this city, survive her. The
funeral was held Sunday at 1 p. m. with
Rev. William Vaughan of East Belfast
officiating. The bearers were Messrs.
Alton K.. Braiey, Fred P. Nason, Fred M.
Smalley and George E Luce. The inter
ment was in Grovt cemetery.
Office of the Chief Clerk,
Washington, June 8, 1921
The forthcoming issue of the United
States Official Postal Guide (July, 1921)
will be printed at the Government Print
i ing Office, arid the Superintendent of
i Documents will be charged with its sale
| to the public. The price of the cloth
, bound Guide is $1, and the set of eleven
monthly supplements, $0.50, or a total of
$1.50 for the Guide and supplements for
one year. All subscriptions for the 1921
edition of the Official Postal Guide should
be addressed to the Superintendent of
Documents, Government Printing Office,
Washington, D. C. Remittances for sub
scriptions should be made only by postal
money orders. Currency is sent at send
ers’ risK. Postage stamps, foreign money,
defaced or smooth coin will not be ac
w. M. Mooney,
Chief Clerk, Post Office Deparment
Mrs. Frank B. Knowlton returned
home Friday from Lawrence, Mass.,
where she was the guest for six weeks at
the delightful home of Mrs. E N. Wins
low. Mrs. Knowlton spent the winter
in Miami, Fla., and will spend a part of
the summer at Northport
Bernes O. Norton left Tuesday on a
business trip to Boston.
Miss Agnes Hill, B. H. S. ’21, is clerk
ing in the Luce Music Store.
Mrs. Samuel H. Lord'has been visiting
relatives in Brooks and Belfast the past
Mrs. Mary S. Whitney of Rockland
was the guest of Belfast friends last
Mrs. Oscar LeBel and two children of
Gardiner are guests of Mrs. Rose Sheldon
and family.
Miss Martha Smith of Islesboro, I. H.
S. '21, was the guest last week of Miss
Merle Gerald.
Misses Ora and Georgia Sheldon have
returned from Massillon, Ohio, where
they spent the winter.
James G. Barclay of Buffalo, N. Y., re
turned home Tuesday from an extended
visit in Belfast and Morrill.
Melville T. Marshall of New York ar
rived last Thursday for a visit and was
registered at the Windsor hotel.
Rev. and Mrs. Arthur E. Wilson have
returned from Belmont where they were
guests of Mrs. Horace J. Morton.
Mrs. II. L. Doyle arrived Saturday
from Boston and has opened her summer
home, “Billbank,” at Little River.
The Misses Faulhaber of Boston have
arrived at their summer home, formerly
the Hazeltine cottage, at Little.River.
Mrs. Flora W. Heath left Friday for
Winthrop Beach, Mass., to spend a vaca
tion with her son, Howard W. Heath and
Don Gurney has returned from Rich
wood, Ohio, and after a visit with rela
tives in this city will return to his home
in Waldo.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lancey and daugh
ter, Miss Ardis Lancy, U. of M., have
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman S.
Rev. and Mrs. Adolph Rossbach and
son George will leave Waltham, Mass.,
June 28th for their summer home at
Pitcher’s Pond.
Mrs. H. J. Morton of Belmont, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen H. Miller of Lincolnville were
in Belfast Saturday on their way to Ells
worth for a visit.
Mrs. A. Brosseau and Miss Mary Mc
Ewen of New York have arrived and are
at the Davis house on Northport avenue
for the summer.
Mrs. Amos Clement and daughter,
Miss Louise R. Clement, returned to Seal
Harbor Thursday after a short visit at
their home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Coombs,
Master Horace and Miss Alice with Miss
Annie Smalley are spending a ten days’
vacation in Vinalhaven.
Mrs. Addie D. Matthews has returned
to her duties as clerk with the Belfast
Candy Company after a vacation spent
at her home on Miller street.
Miss Grace H. Lord is assisting for a
short time in the,City National Bank
and later plans to take m course in the
summer school at Bates College.
Miss Lena Weaver is taking a two
weeks vacation from her duties in the
office of the Dinsmore store. Miss Ruth
Dinsmore is substituting for her.
Mrs. Ralph L. Flanders and family of
Boston are frequent visitors in Belfast
and are at their summer home, “Cedar
Hedges,” at South Shore, Bayside.
Mrs Arvine Wales and children have
arrived from Massillon, Ohio, and are at
their home at Saturday Cove. Mr.
Wales and friends will come this week.
Mrs. George W. Pearson arrived last
Wednesday from visits in Cambridge, ;
Spyugfieid and Waban, Mass., and will
open her home in Morrill for the summer.
Clyde B. Holmes and family are at the
Pottle cottage at the Battery. Dr. Geo.
H. Holmes and family of Boston will ar
rive next week to spend the season in
the Stoddard cottage.
John Pullman left last Friday for New
York in his new Buies car and will return
Thursday with his family. He was ac
companied by Albert Morey, who will 1
bring back another car.
Miss Kuth Knight, a student at Whea
ton College, Norton, Mass., is spending
the summer vacation with her mother,
Mis. Sarah F. Knight, and is employed
in the City National Bank.
. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Simmons returned
Friday from Wells River, Vt., where;
they had been guests of Dr. E. M. Cor
liss and family. They were accompan- |
ied home by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller j
of North Haverhill, N. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. lngersoll and
little son, who came here some time ago
from Harmony and have been living in
the Carletou house on Congress street,
will leave this week for Exeter, N. H.,
where they will reside.
Mt. and Mrs. Arthur If. Leonard, Jr.,
of Brookline, Mass., have arrived to
spend the summer and are occupying the
Due ton residence on Church street. Mr.
Leonard is connected with the Leonard,
Stevens & Bearce shoe factory.
Miss Florence E. Dunton, librarian of
the Belfast Free Library, is in Swamps
cott, Mass., this week attending the
American Library Association. Miss
Dunton had but recently returned home
from Mount Holyoke where she attended
the college commencement as a graduate.
Mrs. J. T. Miller and daughter Ardria
arrived last week from Aiken, S. C., an !
were guests for a few days of Mrs. Seth
Brown and Mrs. George Wing. On their
return to their home in Pripet they were
accompanied by Mrs. Vera Andrews and
little daughter Hope.
Rev. A. E. Wilson has gone to Boston
this week and will preach Sunday in the
i Third Religious Society’s church, Dor
; Chester, Mass., to which church he will
■ oecome minister September first. Next
week Mr. Wilson is on the program for
■ the summer meetings at Andover, N. H.,
i for four lectures.
Messrs. Edward Bader of Northamp
ton, Mass., and John H. Thomas of New
port, Maine, have been in Belfast the
past week as candidates for the position
of commercial teacher and sub-master of
the Belfast High school. Sub-master
Harold S. Webb of the B. H. S. has gone
to Cambridge, Mass., where he has a po
James C. Robertson went to Portland
last Thursday to accompany his little
daughter Avis to the Children’s Hospital
for treatment. The little girl had been
an invalid for some time and recently
was critically ill with infantile paralysis.
Mr. Robertson is a lineman for the New
England Telephone Company and has
put in a request to be transferred to Port
land while Avis is in the hospital
Frank Hayden of Boston is the guest of
Victor B. Whittier at the Windsor hotel.
Mrs. Marietta Eastman Carter of Lin
colnville was a recent guest of Mrs. John
W. Ferguson.
Mrs. Ralph Emery has srriVed from
Kalamazoo, Mich., and opened her home
on Church street for the season.
Miss Jane Brown arrived last week
from Quincy, Fla., to spend the Bummer
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
John F. Durham, a student at Dart
mouth College, has arrived to spend the
summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James C. Durham.
Miss Katherine, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. 'Frost, is spending a few
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Arthur G.
Wylie of Bcston.
Cecil Clay left Monday for Bar Harbor,
where he is acting as official reporter for
the Maine Dental Association convention
in annual session.
Mrs. Herbert H. Stevens, son Herbert,
Jr., and mother, Mrs. Amelia Allen have
returned from a ten days’ visit with rel
atives in Marlboro, Mass.
Mrs A. F. Wood returned from Low
ell, Mass , Monday, accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Alice Keech, who will
make her an indefinite visit.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dunton, Miss
Margaret A. Dunton and Ralph I. Morse
returned Wednesday from Lewiston,
where they had been to attend the Bates
College commencement.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Herriek and
daughter Caroline of Augusta were in
Belfast Tuesday. Miss Lou Smalley,
who had been their guest the past week
accompanied them. Castanus, the young
sou of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smalley of
Hallowell, also came and will visit Bel
fast relatives.
The News of Belfast.
A regular meeting of Aurora Rebekah
Lodge, I, O. O. F., will be held next
Tuesday evening when memorial exer
cises will be held and a full attendance is
Mrs. George Frank Harriman and her
mother, Mrs. Dumont of New York, ar
rived Tuesday and opened the Harriman
cottrge at South Shore, Norlhport, for
the season. Mr. Harriman will come
Merle R. Whitcomb, proprietor of the
Windsor House stable for several years,
has leased for a term of twenty-five
years what is known as the Kdowlton
tenement house at the corner of High
and Beaver streets, and will make it into
a stable. Later he plans to erect a new
stable on the lot, which is centrally lo
Mrs. Michael J. Collins, Elmer S. Col
lins, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Collins and
daughter Doris A., motored Sunday to
Newcastle, where they were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Cushman. Mr.
Henry Collins and Mr. Cushman were in
the same company overseas in the World
War .and met first at Fort McKinley,
Portland harbor.
Orrin J. Dickey will open his summer
school for boys at Temple Heights Sat
urday, June 25th. The location of his j
five neat, comfortable and commodious
cottages is of the very best and with am
ple opportunity for sea and inland sports I
makes the accommodations complete.
Prof. G. Rodman Bouch of Yale College, ]
a resident of Brooklyn, N. Y,, is with j
him again this season. Among the boys j
registered is a Spanish lad, Edwaredo
Berangue of the Stetson school of Tren
ton, N. J., and a French boy, Paui de
Veries of Columbia College, New York,
N. Y.
North Belfast. Miss Arline Wal
ton, a teacher in a private school in New
Haven, Conn., is at home with ler fath
er, Mr. W. H. Walton for her summer
vacation....Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Bartlett and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles French have started \
on an automobile trip to the White Moun
tains. They intend to be gone about a week.
.Mr. Corydon J. Emmons, a life long
resident of this village, a respected citi
zen and Civil War veteran, died Monday
evening, June 20th, after an illness of :
about three months. He was 76 years of
age. ...Mr. A. L. Wood and family, who
have been in Camden the past year, re
turned to their home here last Saturday j
Gardner Tibbetts is home from Bangor.
E. L. Bennett’s family are home from
Miss Euna Bean has gone to Portland
for the summer.
Miss Esther Tibbetts has completed a
year’s teaching in Knox.
R. O. Mason of Jefferson is the guest
of relatives and friends in town.
Mrs. Emma Jackson of Union was a
Sunday guest of Mrs. Ava Gray.
Kendall Adams of f orest Hill. Mass.,
is summering with Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Fo y.
Anson Shibles and family of Knox
Station were Sunday guests of Capt. J.
H. Terry.
The pupils of the Center school, Mrs.
L. S. Moore, teacher, had a picnic on
Cushman’s hill on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nash went to
Tewksbury, Mass.,recently and left their
granddaughter, Beverly, with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Nash, who
are employed there.
Graduating exercises were held in the
Grange hall Friday night for all the pu
pils in town of Grade 8. Those graduat
ing were Frank Wentworth, Clarence W.
Bean, Forest Peavey, Harley Lannen,
Gladys Whitcomb, Edna Kane and Ruth
Penney. /
St. George Agricultural Society had
their June meet Saturday, June 18th,
with a large crowd in attendance and a
good held of horses. Dummy Braden,
| Piper, won the 2.40 race; Toss Boy, Wal
ton, won the 2.24; Violet Patch, Buzzell,
j won the free for all.
Mrs. Addie Cross of Knox was the
guest of Mrs. A. E. Mahoney June 12th.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levenseller of
Rockland were recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. David Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Innis of Roslindaie,
Maps., were in townJune 11th, calling on
old friends and relatives.
Mr. Fred Wyman and son Kenneth of
Northport were recent guests of his sis
ter, Mrs. A. H. Mahoney.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heald of Mas
sachusetts are the guests of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heald.
Mr. Henry Marriner of Boston spent
last week at Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heald’s,
visiting with his brother, Geo. W. Mar
riner, who makes his home with them.
[ WHITE’S CORNER, Winterport
George Hopkins and family of Monroe
| were recent callers at C. B. Jewett’s.
i Miss Edna Conant came from Colby
College June 16 for her summer vacation.
W. J- Bartlett and family of Bangor
spent the week-.-nd with relatives in
H. J. Luce and family of Newburg
were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Nealey.
Miss Avis Harquail, a student at He
bron Academy, arrived June 17 for her
summer vacation.
Mrs. S. E. Dawson of Monroe spent
several days last week with her niece.
Mrs. G. H. York.
Mrs. C. M. Conant entertained mem
bers of the Monroe W. C. T. U. Friday
afternoon, June 17.
W. E. Whitney and family of Newport
were Sunday guests of C. O. Whitney
and daughter, Miss Alice.
,Mrs. Nettie Smart of the village spoKe
on Spiritualism at Northern Light Grange
hall Sunday afternoon.
E. A. Larby and family and Norris
Larby of Woodland were guests of A. G
Larby and family last week.
Hon. C. M. Conant was in Auburn
June 16 in the interest of the Winterport
fruit Growers' Association.
Mrs. C. W. Nealey and her guest, Mrs.
Annie Ryder, visited in Newburg and
Dixmont, Thursday and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Ames of Orono and
Varnum Pearce and family of Waterville
were guests of A. R. Wellman and family
June 19.
C. W. Nealey was in Bangor several
days last week. He returned Sunday,
accompanied by his lit.tle granddaughter,
Dorothy Nealey.
J. W. Jewett, who has had employment
in Solon for the past year, and Mrs. Her
man Larrabee of Jackson visited at C. B.
Jewett’s recently.
Miss Mildred Larby, who has had em
ployment at Mrs. G. E. Littlefield’s in
Monroe for the past few weeks, returned
to her home Sunday.
C. B. Jewett is gaining slowly at the
present writing, and F. P. Clement’s con
dition shows a decided improvement.
Both have been under the care of Dr.
LeRoy Smith of the village for several
C. C. Clements and family went to
Hebron Sunday to stay over the com
mencement exercises at the Academy,
where Norris Clements is a member of
the graduating class. He has a class
essay, “The Possibilities of Maine.”
The annual meeting of the Winterport
Fruit Growers’ Association was held at
the home of the manager, C. M. Conant,
Tuesday evening, June 16. The following
officers were elected: C. M. Conant,
president; E. H. Clements, vice; C. C.
Clements, clerk, and F. P. Clements,
treasurer. Directors, G. H. York, L. A.
White and G. M. Twombly. The asso
ciation has purchased the factory of th^
Saco Valley Canning Co. and with the
material will erect a storage house near
the railroad, connecting it with a spur
track. Lack of a storage plant has been
a great handicap to fruit growers here.
Mrs. Annie Ingraham is on the sick !
Frank Clement is working for Nate
Davis on his barn.
Mr. E. D. Vose. and Frank Davis were
in Belfast recently on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vose are visiting '
their daughter, Mrs. Susie Bangs, in
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Thurston and
Mrs. May Hall went to Bangor June 13th
on business.
Mr. Leon Wiggin with Mr. and Mrs
Frank Clement, Mrs. Murch and Efiie
Fiye attended the Waldo Pomona in Lin
colnville June 7th.
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Only today, Friday-Saturday to buy
Shirts, Night Shirts, Pajamas.
Boys’ Blouses, Neckwear
AT 20* OFF.
The most essential thing to comfort in travel is
money. The best form in which to carry funds is
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WHERE IN THE WORLD. They are safe and
convenient. They mean ready money.
Waldo Trust Company
Ruth McFarland visited at Frank Hub
bard’s Sunday.
Miss Isabel Stubbs is working for Mrs'
Mattie Abbott.
Mrs. Jennie McGray was a recent guest
of Mrs. Anna Bucklin.
C. J. Rich has had a telephone install
ed on the Half Moon line, 12-23.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higgins of Water
ville were recent visitors at Stanley Hig
Carl Woods and family of Massachu
setts are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Mr. Ells of Aroostook county is hold
ing meetings in the schoolhouse at the
Mrs. W. G. Brown returned home
Wednesday from a visit with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bryant and son, El
mer Bryant, visited friends in Appleton
last week.
Or. Addie Wescott of New York was a
recent caller at 1 er old home, the Wes
cott faim.
Mrs. Willis McFarland and son of
Montville visited Melissa Post Saturday
and Sunday.
Mrs. Ellen Shibles and grandchildren,
Mark and Elouise, have returned home
from Belfast for the summer vacation.
Perry Shibles closed a very successful
term of school at the Stream June 17th
with an entertainment and ice cream sale
in the evening. This school is composed
mostly of small children an! the way
they recited their pieces was a credit to
their teacher.
All the schools in town closed last
week. Thursday night the Knox Sta
tion school held an entertainment and
box social, followed by a dance. This
school has raised this term $30.74 in their
Improvement League and have bought a
nice Victrola for the school room. Pupils
not absent for the term are Madison and
Amos Curtis, Charles and Julia Hathorn,
Muriel and Prescott Shibles. Franklyn
Philbrick missed only two half days,
Myrtle Thompson one day only and Lau
rent Larrabee did not miss a day after he
entered the second week. The Leonard
school closed Saturday with a picnic din
ner under the large shade trees on Mr.
Leonard’s lawn. The pupils furnished a
nice program, each one doing their part
in fine shape. The teacher, Miss Esther
Tibbetts, returned home Sunday with a
host of good wishes from all.
Mrs. Blanche Wilbur and little son of
Hartland are at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Whitaker.
Weather permitting, Mrs. Ella Dan
forth will entertain the Sunshine Club
Thursday at her cottage at Windermere.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartlett and Ben
jamin Chandler of Unity called on friends
at the Center Thursday in their new tour
ing car.
Mrs. Inez Gordon and friends of Dexter
and Miss Octavia Mitchell, who has been
spending some weeks with them, visited
Miss Mitchell’s home in Troy one day last
A social will be held at the church
Tuesday evening. Ice cream and cake
will be served. The reception is given in
honor of Rev. and Mrs. Berriman who, to
the great regret of all, are soon to leave
for a new pastorate in South Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taylor and daugh
ter Isa of Pittsfield were at her parents’
home Saturday. Her brother, Wilmot
Smith and family, accompanied them,
returning Sunday night. I think, “Mott”
we, who do not have autos, are the fav
ored ones, for when our friends come for
us and bring us home we know they really
want a visit from us.
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Stevens of Belfast
were at his old home Saturday, his mother
returning with them from a two weeks’
visit in Belfast and Stockton. Dr. and
Mrs. Stevens spent last week in Boston
attending the American Medical Associa
tion, of which he is a member. They
report a most profitable and enjoyable

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