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I The Republican Journal,
IVVm. V. Pratt at Home
Wm V. Pratt, who was re
eed of his command of the
lotilla,promoted to hispres
, assigned to the general na
i Washington, D. C., arrived
the 5.20 train for a visit
; ,tt and their little son, Wil
al the .lohnson Homestead.
. official notice has been is
st Board of Aldermen in the
,1, i or C. W. Wescott, request
, lags and also those on all
jjugs and private residences
a honor ot the arrival of
V Pratt, U. S. N., a tor
i’, who comes home on the
or District,
. the sample of water taken
liilic supply which we recei\ -
:lrd shows this water to be
evidence either chemical or
I, of having been in contact
.in of any kind. As long as it
is present condition it can be
1 safe and satisfactory one to
and all purposes.
Very truly yours,
friends of Mrs. Russia J.
' Mi-re saddened to learn of her
: occurred Saturday after*
. 23rd, in the home of her
, Mrs. Eugene McPheters, in
, . rks, after a brief illness. Ai
had not been well for some
. ..ndition was not considered
ay morning she ate a iiearty
i in a little while her daugh
, - 1 another room,heard some
anil on going into the room
mother lying on the floor
having been stricken down
i. k. She remained in this
the end, never regaining
ess. She was born in Bel
daughter of Dr. George F.
i (Riff) Holmes. She was
. of Dr. Hannibal Hamlin
,nd was 72 years of age. For
.lit years she had been matron
1 la Kappa fraternity house at
•»11.y of Maine. Last winter
St. Petersburg, Fla , return
raternity house in the spring.
ember of Katahdin Chapter,
istern Star. She is survived
. liter and two sons, Mrs. Eu
Pheters of Great Works, Geo*
f New York and Herbert E.
San Francisco, Cal. She is
• d by one sister. Mrs. John
• of Belfast, and one half
rbert Holmes of Auburn, who
apathy of a large circle of
ncir sorrow. The funeral ser
:e 1 d in the home of her daugh
ving Tuesday afternoon at 3
v. C. W. Wilson of Orono
There was a large attendance
■uni a beautiful display of flow
bearers were Frank Pretti, Les
George Cushman, Earl Mer
d Pierce and Harry W’atson,
f the Phi Eta Kappa fraternity
diversity of Maine, where she
for eight years. Interment
family lot in Orono.
Maine Destitute Children May1
Have a Chance.
Miss A. M. Kalloch, extension secre
tary of the State of Maine branch of the
New England Home for Little Wanderers,
has been in town for the past week. This
branch of the organization is located in
Waterville and on Tuesday afternoon in
the Red Cross rooms Miss Kalloch gave
a comprehensive talk on the work of the
Little Wanderers among the children of
Miss Kalloch spoke of the different
phases of the Work and of the purpose of
organization—which is to rescue children
from want and shame, to provide them
with food and clothing, to give them in
struction in mind and heart and to place
them, wilh the consent of their parents
or guardians, in Christian homes.
The Little Wanderers’ Home has clung
tenaciously to this idea during the 56 years
of its existence—to give to the children
of New England a fighting chance.
Tile Study Home in Boston is the first
of its kind in the country to combine un
der one roof complete equipment in giving
children thorough physical and mental
examination and treatment. Every work
er by training and experience is adapted
to uie worx in nana. i nere are Dom men
and women on the staff which gives op
portunity for dealing with the older boy
problem, which would be difficult were
there only women on the staff. The
Study Home is especially equipped for
observing the so-called unusual child.
All the equipment of the Little Wan
derers' Home is available to the children
of Maine through the Waterville branch.
This branch during its six years of ser
vice has cared for over 1300 Maine chil
dren. All children placed in foster homes
by the Waterville branch are under care
ful supervision, especially as to their
physical condition, their mental equip
ment and moral training.
The N. E. Home for Little Wanderers
aims to assist and uplift the destitute,
the homeless and the orphan children of
Maine. It is their desire to be of ever
increasing service
Mrs. Frances Wescott Dyer, who died
last Wednesday night at the old Thayer
homestead in Castiue, was born there
May 20, 1810, daughter of Capt. and Mrs.
Joseph Wescott. She married Capt. Wm.
P. Dyer of Belfast in 1874 and sailed Jjnr
several years with him, until the care of
her children kept her ashore. Captain
Dyer sailed in 1881 and was never again
heard of. She moved with her two sons
3ti years ago to Boston, they being edu
cated there. John died in 1899. William
P. is with the Post city staff. She was
stricken about four weeks ago, taken to !
a hospital and removed to her old home,
where the end came.
I Mrs. W. Morris Deisher or Reading,
j Pa., entertained Monday afternoon at her
summer home on North Shore in honor
of her house guests, Mrs. Raymond
McGray and Miss Daisy Hardmann of
Reading. The decorations were in wild
flowers and cards were played on the
veranda. The prizes were won by Mrs,
A. D. Mowrey of Belfast, Mrs. F. O.
Wade of New York and Mrs G. G. Hall
of Brookline. Refreshments were served
at 5 p m.
The program for the Waldo County
Hospital Fair to be held in the Armory
afternoon and evening of August 25th,
under the direction of Mrs. Cecil Clay,
president of the Aid, will be of unusual
interest Mrs. Foote, the contralto solo
ist of the Brookline, Mass., Unitarian
church, will sing several selections. ,
There will be a baby show in the after
noon, sales of fc ncy articles, food, candy
etc., and a dance in the evening.
Mrs. Charles Bradbury entertained a j
party of 36 Belfast guests at the Country
Club Monday afternoon. The table dec- ,
orations were sweet peas. Following
luncheon cards were played, the prize
winners being Mrs. George W. Davis,
Mrs. Charles H. Walden and Miss Grace
A. Lord.
| Modart Corsets. C
B Corsets
More New Goods
? V e take pleasure in announcing the ar
ival of many new items during the past
5 veek. It is our intention to keep adding
: to our stock as market conditions will
: ^>ome of the NEWEST
ideas out in the waist line
are found at our store.
v’oiles are selling big.
New Pocketbooks
Some ot the best values
since the war.
= Mi summer hats, sport and
aress at
ll , -»
Specials in Shirtwaists
Closing out all shirtwaists
that have been in our case
I over eight weeks at ONE
Until recently the prices on
curtain materials have been
high, but now we are able
to show you a fine assort
ment at very reasonable
prices—20c. to 59c.
New Handkerchiefs
Very rttractive hand-made
Several lots of children’s
stockings to close out at
19c. pair
SPECIAL LOT of ladies,
w aite, tan or black, to close
out at 29c. pair.
[ Masonic Temple, High Street, Belfast, Maine
.JSRJMSS, „w,ri”u '■
„1*ir8’ ,Ida frantsel is spending a vacation
at Taylor Camp, Belgrade Lakes.
Mrs. Gilbert Justin Hart of German
town, Pa., is visiting relatives in Belfast.
Miss Elizabeth Kittredge has been vis
iting friends in Machias the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jordan and son Car
roll of Lisbon are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred E. Smyth.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hubley of Brad
ford, Mass., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1
William K. MacNeil.
Mrs. John Beckwith of Springfield,
Mass., is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon O. Bucklin.
Mrs. Raymond Bird has returned to her
home in Rockland after a fortnight’s !
visit with relatives in this city.
Mrs. J. Fred Clements has returned
from Dark Harbor, where she was visit- i
ing her son, George H. Clements.
Mrs. Louise Carleton Cuddy ef Boston i
arrived Friday from Winterport and is
the guest of Mrs. Amos F. uarleton.
Rev. Harry H. Upton of Springvale
has arrived to join his wife and little
daughter in a visit at the home of Mrs. I
J. O. Hayes.
Herbert H. Stevens returned to his
home on Church street Wednesday after
an operation for appendicitis at the Tap
ley Hospital.
Mrs. Emma Hilton Thompson of Ban
gor and Mrs. Carrie Hilton Littielield of
Eastport are guests of their sister, Miss
Mary H Hilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Eben F. Littlefield~and
children of Portland are guests of Mrs
Littlefield’s mother, Mrs. George O
Holmes, Grove street.
Mrs. Fannie E. Shute returned Friday
from Thorndike, where she has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs George Ingraham
for the past three weeks.
Mr and Mrs. Carroll A. Thompson are
spending a two weeks’ vacation in an
auto trip including visits at Windermere
Park, Unity, and in Augusta and vicinity.
Mrs. Gertrude Hadley and Miss Olive
McKenzie of New Haven, Conn., arrived
Tuesday for a visit with Misses Lou and
Ella Smalley and with relatives in Cas
Miss Elizabeth Carpenter of Castine,
who is very well known in this city, has
sailed for Honolulu with a girl friend.
They plan to engage in secretarial work
Hon. and Mrs. John J. Higgins of
Somerville, Mass , were guests Thursday
of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Wilson. They
are spending the summer at Belgrade
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Snow left Sun
day for Georges Lake, Liberty, where
they will spend a two weeks’ vacation at
one of the Morse cottages on one of the
Mrs. Ora W’alls Jones of Searsmont,
who is spending the summer at North
port, called on Belfast friends Thursday
with her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.
Marden of Windsor.
Arthur I. Brown will leave Thursday
for a two weeks’ vacation as the guest of
his sou, Arthur F. Brown and family of
Mechanic Falls. They will spend a part !
of the time in camp at Tripp Foud.
Mrs. Rebecca Wallace of Everett,
Mass., arrived Wednesday for a brief
visit with Mrs. Mary E. Norris and other
relatives. From here she went to Ban
gor for a visit, before returning home.
Mis. Emma D. Elms and two little
grandsons of Weymouth, Mass, arrived
Wednesday for a short visit with Miss
Edith M. Southworih. She is now visit
ing relatives in Eincolnvilie and vicinity.
Miss Elizabeth Marsauo, a teacher in
the public schools of Quincy, Mass., has
arrived alter a few weeks’ visit with
friends in Connecticut and is the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Mar
Miss Lucena Ide, R. N., of New York
city, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Ritchie. Miss Ide was at one time em
ployed in Belfast, where she has many
frieuds, but is now doing special work in
New York.
Miss Abbie Doak, R. N., who is now in
charge of the inlirmary at Ann Arbor
College, Michigan, is spending a vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Doak and also her sister,
Mrs. liana B. Southworih.
Mr. and Mrs. Sargent of the Boston
American editorial stall, the latter for
merly Miss Rate Lewis, a regular summer
visitor, are at the Burd cottage at Little
River. Mrs. Sargent s mother, Mrs. E.
D. Burd, of West Medford, Mass., is with
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Whitman,
their little son and daughter, of Campel
lo, Mass., arrived recently to visit Mrs.
Whitman’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
H. Howes. Mr. Whitman has returned
home, but the others will remain for a
longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Brewster and Mrs.
Edwin Worthen and little sons, Edwin
and Emery of Lexington, Mass., arrived
Thursday as guests of Mr. an 1 Mrs.
Maine Hills and other relatives. Mr.
Worthen was here last week, but has re
turned home.
Mrs. Efiie V. V. Knox of New York, a
summer resident of East Belfast, is
spending the summer in Sweden. Mrs.
Horace Bigelow of New York, Miss Jane
Bliss of Glen Ridge, N. J., the Misses
Alma and Mabel Cummings of Boston
are at the Knox residence for the re
mainder of August.
Mr. and Mrs. Holton B. Jewett of Sa
lem. Mass., were guests the past week of
Dr. and Mrs Eugene L. Stevens. They
autoed home by the way of the White
Mountains. While here they were enter
tained with an auto ride to Bar Harbor
and Bangor and were guests of their host
and hostess at the Country Club in North
George O. Hart entertained at his Cliff
Cottage, Swan Lake, Sunday, August
6th, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L H.
Hart; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hart and Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Harrison of South Law
rence, Mass.. Mrs. G. J. Hart of Ger
mantown, Pa., and Mrs. L. D. Albee and
son George of Bernard, Me.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Gray and daughter Beatrice,
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Allen, Mrs. E. M.
Cunningham and Mrs. H. L. Gray.
Pullman's Pants Factory
Miss Anna C. Swett is visiting in Bath
and Boothbay.
Miss Ella M. Folsom has returned from
a visit with relatives in Augusta.
Mrs. Eben Grimes of Lawrence, MaBB., |
is visiting Mrs. Abbie F. Salisbury.
Herbert Ryder of Roxbury, Mass., is
visiting his parents, Capt. ana Mrs. Otis
K. Ryder.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cross Johnson re
turned Tuesday from a few days’ visit in
Bar Harbor.
Mrs. George Henry Salisbury has re
turned to Auburn, after a visit with Bel
fast relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jellison of Bridge
port, Conn., are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Partridge.
Mrs. L. D. Abbee and son George of
Winter Hill, Mass., are guests of J. A.
Gray and family.
Mrs. E. N. Winslow of Lawrence, Mass.,
is the guest of Mrs. Maria W. Knowlton
and other relatives.
S. A, Bakeman spent the week-end in
Islesboro, the guest of his granddaugh
ter, Josephine Barton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stantial and fam
ily of Iloulton have been guests of Bel
fast relatives the past week.
Little Miss Joanna Evans of Wiscas
sett is the guest of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Evans of Waldo.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDonald of Bris
tol, Tenu., is the guest of Capt. and Mrs.
E. S. McDonald and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kelley of
Bangor and Miss Frances Weeks of Bos
ton are guests of Miss Elizabeth A. Kel
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rackliffe and little
Miss Emily C. Rackliffe left Tuesday on
an auto trip through the White Moun
Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Perry and Mr.
and Mrs. George A. Leavitt have return
ed from a very pleasant auto trip to Port
Mrs. Adelaide Cunningham, Mr. Victor
Paquet and son Victor of Bath arrived
Saturday as guests of Capt. and Mrs. C.
B Swett.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Taylor of
Chestnut Hill, Mass., arrived Sunday as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ames Wil
liams at the Battery.
George M. Jones and sons George and
Henison of Toledo, Ohio, father and
brothers of Mrs. O. Stanley Roberts, are
guests of the Roberts family at the Bat
Mrs. George E. Evans and son, George
E., Jr., of Stamford, Conn., will arrive
Wednesday to spend four weeks at the
home of Miss Harriet P. White, Cedar
Miss Zadie B. Carter, who has been iu
Kingston, N. Y., the past nine months,
has arrived and will spend a few weeks
at the Mathews homestead on Cedar
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hart, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. F. R Harrison of Law
rence, Mass., have opened their home on
Lincolnville Ave. at Dog Island for two
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Keith of Bos
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gibbon of
Worcester, Mass., were recent guests in
Belfast, registering at the Wayside lea
Mrs. Mary Berry of Providence, R. I.,
is the guest of her cousin, Miss Loula A
Mason. Miss Laura Berry of Stockton,
Calif., left recently after a visit with
Miss Mason.
Miss Bertha F. Martin, a teacher in
the public schools of Everett, Mass., ar
rived Wednesday morning for a visit
with her brother, Rev. Charles W. Mar
tin, and family.
Mrs. Elizabeth Orcutt’of Northanpton,
Mass., and Miss Christine Hall, R. N., in
charge of the hospital at Smith’s College,
Northampton are guests of Dr. and Mrs!
Eugene D. Tapley.
Misses Nellie E. Walker and Addie
Ccibbett of Lynn, Mass., who are spend
ing a vacation at theSamoset, Rockland
were recent guests of Mrs. Ada E. Wildes
at the Wayside Tea House.
Mrs. W. S. Edminster, Jr., who under
went a very critical major operation at
the Tapley hospital, was able to return to
her home on Spring street Monday. She
is making an excellent recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smart and
family of Winchester, Mass. Misses
Gladys ihun;on and Margaret Morton
of Portland are guests at the home of
Rev. William Vaughan in East Belfast.
Miss Eliza J. Cunningham is at home
from Portland for a vacation.
Miss Abbie O. Stoddard of Pasadena,
Calif., is the guest of Miss Amy E. Stod
Kenney A. Burgess will arrive home
Sunday to accompany his mother, Mrs.
Albert C. Burgess, on a trip to Boston
and vicinity. She plans to remain two
Messrs. A. H. and V. K. Jones cf Lynn*
Mass., motored here recently from the
Samoset, Rockland, where they are
guests, and were registered at the Way
side Tea House.
Thomas E. Shea is at his Northport 1
cottage for a few days attending to re- j
pairs. He will return to Somerville,
Mass., Saturday to join Mrs. Shea, who j
is with her father, G. W. Burkett.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Leavitt and son
Geraid, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bailey and
daughter Jean of Augusta arrived re
cently to visit Mr. Leavitt’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George A. Leavitt of East Bel
Mrs. Elwood Jepson of Waterville,
Mrs. Otto Ochs of East Orange, N. J.,
Misses Mildred and Doris Durling of
Lynn, Mass., were recent guests of Mrs.
Ada E. Wildes at the Wayside Tea
Mrs. Lily Stewart Jones and little
niece and nephew, Marjorie and Douglas
MacDonald of New York, have arrived to
spend the summer. Her sister, Mrs. H.
R. MacDonald, will arrive after, a short
visit in Boston.
Mrs. William H. Smalley and son Karl
R. Smalley have returned from Milo,
where the former will teach the coming
year in the fourth grade. The latter plans I
to teach in the Grammar grade of the
Browuville schools.
Miss Alice P. Poor has arrived from
Baltimore, Md., to spend a month’s va- [
cation with her parents, Hon. ana Mrs.
C. O. Poor. She will then go to Kansas i
City, Mo., where she has a position as
assistant superintendent at Harzfelds.
Mrs. Perlev Stanley and daughter Lu- :
cille of Bath are spending August with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Leavitt, of East Belfast. They are all in
Clinton this week to attend the Old
Home exercises. Clinton is Mr. Leavitt’s
native place.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Roundy and daugh
ter of Costa Rica have been guests the
past week of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Chaples. They were joined Monday by
their son Ferdinand and his wife of Cuba
and have taken one of the Towle cottages
in East Belfast for a few weeks.
Fred G. Spinney, who is visiting his
brother-in law, Beni. F. Wells, Jr., of
Auburn, was on a recent trip to Range
ley Lakes and also lunched at the Poland
Springs House. At the latter place lie
had the unusual pleasure of seeing Presi
dent Warren G. Harding play two rounds
of golf.
Mr. and Mrs. William Holt have re
turned from an extended auto trip. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
G. McLellan of Washington, D. C., the
latter their daughter. They visited the
Rangeley Lake region, the White Moun
tains, Portland and Concord, N. H.,
where their guests left them for Wash
ington. They also visited Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Lunt in Hanover, N. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Sherman ar
rived home by boat Tuesday morning
from Providence, where they left Mr.
and Mrs. Charles A, Horton. The party
left here by auto going first to Jackman,
then to Quebec and Montreal, over Lake
Champlain, through the Adirondacks, in
cluding the Au Sable chasm then to Ti
conderoga, N. Y., to Manchester, and
through the Berkshires into Providence.
It was a most delightful trip and the
weather was ideal for autoing and sight
Mrs. Abbie Marriner has returned from
a visit in Northport.
Miss Avis Marriner of Belfast was a re
cent guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ralph Heald.
Rev. Mrs. Harrison of the village was
a recent visitor of Mrs. 11 rad Mahoney.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marriner are re
joicing over the arrival of a daughter,
Virginia F ances.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and their chil
dren of Saco are the guests of their rela
tives, Mr. and Mrs. T. Bickford.
Mrs. Hanuah Alle i and daughter, Mrs.
Everett Souther ,and son Roger of West
Baldwin, Me., are visiting their relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar V. Conner at Ma
honey ranch.
72 Main Street
Victor Agents Since 1909
Grafonolas and
Large Line of Victor and
Columbia Records
Many of the older ones that have been so hard to get.
Give us a call. Always glad to play records.
Upholstery Goods, Draperies, Window
Shades, Brass Goods, Picture Framing,
and many other goods.
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 services at the Brainard school
house are held by Rev. J. E. Cross at 2
p. m. every Sunday, the Lord willing,
tlis subject next Sunday will be, Is the
resurrection past, going on now or fu
ture? All are cordially invited.
St. Margaret’s Chapel will be open on
Sunday, Aug. 14th. The Rev. D. N.
Brookman of St. Peter’s Church, Morris
town, N. J., will take the services for the
summer. Morning prayer at 10.45 a. m.
All are welcome to attend these services.
Methodist Church. People’s Meth
odist Church, Rev. Charles W. Martin,
pastor; parsonage, No. 7 Court St.; tele
phone, 213.11. Sunday morning service
at 10.45. Sunday school, 12 m. Evening
service at 7.30. Prayer meeting this,
Thursday, evening at 7.30.
Mr. James H. Howes, president of the
Belfast Chapter of the Unitarian Lay
men’s League, has been invited to attend
a convention of the officers, council and
presidents of the 242 Chapters of the
League, to be held at Narragausett Pier,
R. L, September lfl, 17 and 18.
The First baptist church. Rev.
Ueorge C. Sauer, pastor; residence, 13
Cedar; telephone, 123-11.
Preaching services are omitted this
Sunday. The Bible School will hold its
regular session at 12 o’clock. Many of
the classes are maintaining splendid in
terest and attendance. The mid-week
service Thursday evening is in charge of
the laymen of the church during the ab
sence of the pastor. These services have
proven an attractive and inspiring hour.
Tile Ladies’ Sewing Circle held a suc
cessful sale of food in the vestry of the
church last Saturday afternoon.
Waldo County Veterans.
Waldo County Veterans’ association
were the guests of Frederick Ritchie,
Grange, Waldo, Thursday, August 4th.
J. G. Trask, president, called the meet
ing to order at 10.30 o’clock with Mrs.
Gracie Bowen acting as secretary for the
morning session. An invitation from
Silver Harvest Grange, Waldo, to hold
the September meeting with them was
accepted. Comrade Morse was ca'led
upon to entertain the veterans for live
Adjourned for dinner.
The afternoon session was opened at
1.30 p m., with remarks by J. G. Trask,
president. The records of the last meet
ing were read and accepted. Singing by
the choir. Prayer by Rev. T. B. Gregory.
Forty-three veterans responded at the
roll call. Two comrades were reported
as having answered the last roil call
since our last meeting: Porter E. Nash,
14th Maine, Co. K, Belfast; Albert Rose,
4th Maine, Co. F, Brooks. The address
of welcome was by Mrs. Paul, daughter
of a veteran, who very prettily welcom
ed the veterans, members and guests. A
fitting response was by Comrade Morse
ol Liberty; recitation by Ruth Johnson;
remarks by Rev. T B. Gregory; piano
solo, Annie Littlefield; vocal solo by Mrs.
Marshal]; remarks by Comrade Harding,
vocal solo by Lawrence Roberts, grand
son of Comrade H. S. Webber of Monroe;
and responded to an encore; letter from
the "Daughters of Veterans of the Maine
Department’ read by the secretary; rec
itation by Raymond Quimby, written by
Tiltou Elliott. On motion by Comrade
Morse, O B. Keen of Liberty was made
an honorary member ot this association;
remarks by Delbert Paul of Morrill (hon
orary member) vocal solo by Martha Pay
son; remarks by Comrades Cook and El
lis; lecitation by Jerome Quimby; re
marks by Gracie Bowen. A rising vote
of thanks was given Frederick Ritchie
Grange and the citizens of Waldo for
their splendid entertainment and dinner.
Tableau, “The Vacant Chair;” solo by
Ida Ellis. Brother Stinson reported ae
gaining; we trust he can meet with us at
our September meeting. Closed by sing
ing “Just before the battle mother.”
Alice M. Palmer,
Secretary, pro tem.
August 7th passed for a rainy day, the
first rainy Sunday for several months.
Ross C. Higgins was confined to his
bed several days last week with a grit
The many friends of Mrs. Lewis Phil
brick will be sorry to hear that she is
quite ill.
Mrs. Almira Knowlton of Newton.
Mass., is the guest of her cousin, Mrs
Ross C. Higgins.
Mrs. Maurice Higgins and son, Neit
Prince, passed a few days last week witt
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berry
in Unity.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ames and daugh
ters Galena and Bernice of Brooks passec
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard C,
Mr. and Mrs. Woods of Belfast are
guests of her sister, Mrs. Will Moulton.
The party passed Sunday in Orono, mak
ing the trip in the Moulton car.
The Chautauqua course opens here
next Friday, August 14th. The com
mittee are busy selling tickets; people
are responding to the call very well.
Mr. Will Libby of Unity has been re
building Henry Higgins’ shed that was
turnea upside down and wrong side out
in the gale that hit this section last May,
Mr. Carroll Knowlton, who is sick in a
camp in the Pines on the Daggett farm,
is not improving in health as fast as his
friends wish. Dr. Small of Freedom is
the attending physician.
Miss C. A. Ferguson, who passed the
winter in Groton, Mass., is now the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Higgins
Somehow the neighborhood seems more
social when Carrie A. is here.
The engagement of Miss Beatrice Par
sons of Thorndike, to Donald Wentiy
Emerson of Elmwood, Conn., was an
nounced at a party given Wednesday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
D. Morrison, Union street, when seventy
live friends of Miss Parsons were pleas
antly enterta ned with music and garnet
upon the attractive grounds of the Mor
rison home, which were brilliantly illum
inated for the occasion. Miss Parsons
formerly was teacher of the Avenue
school in Bangor, where she won great
success and many friends. She was the
recipient of the good wishes of the entire
company gathered at one of the most en
joyable social entertainments of the sum
mer in Bangor.
Miss Alice R. Parker, R. N., the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Parker
left Tuesday by boat to accompany Mrs.
Elsie Kimball Dusenbury to Oakland
Calif., where she will live with her sis
ter, Mrs. Susan Kimball Cooper. Mrs.
Dusenbury’s nephew, Mr. Kimball oil
Honolulu, a student at Yale College, has
been here arranging the business of the
trip. Miss Parker will also visit in San
ta Anna with a classmate of the Newtor.
Hospital. On her return in Septemhdr
she will have a position in Skowbegan.
Effective June 7, the following prices
became effective—delivered Belfast—on
ford Cars. We can make immediate de
livery on a limited number of these models:
Touring car with starter and de
mountable rims, . . . $577.00
Runabout with starter and de
mountable rims .... 529.50
Coupelet with starter and de
mountable rims .... 770.00
Sedan with starter and demount
ab!e rims. 835 00
Regular Chassis with starter and
demountable rims .... 500.00
Ton Truck Chassis—no starter, 550.00
Tractor. 665.00
Ford Sales and Service Station,
Belfast, Maine.
A favorite story of childhood is that of the fairy who
offers someone to grant him any wish that he may make.
The nearest approach to a fairy in these prosaic times is a
savings account. Do you want to buy books, to get some
new furniture, to build a house, to educate your children,
to get married, to travel, or to satisfy some other com
LS and you will be able to be your own good fairy and
not be compelled to ask favors of another.
Waldo Trust Company

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