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,ifi following transfers of real estate .. recorded in Waldo County Registry * Deeds for the week ending Oct. 13, reiice Babbidge, Greenport, N. Y , _''Si to Welthea P. Hatch, Islesboro; l and buildings in Islesboro. \v G. C. Asso, Northport, to Fran ,V Stearns, Bangor; land in North on C. Paul, Searsmont, to Milbury ;V,et al., land and buildings in L-'smont. t ,am D. Tasker, Waterville, to E. Carter, do; laud and buildings ' rj ntville. c. Paul, Searsmont, to Abbie do; land in Searsmont. vcrett Libby, Waterville, to Sylvia Burnham; land in Burnham. ,U1 Hunt, Burnham, to W. C. Hunt, Pittsfield; land and buildings in l .... . [ ter C. Hill, New York, et ais., lies F. T. Seaverns, et al., Hart ouu.; land in Lincolnville. \ McAllister, Burnham, 10 Dow ,ie Co., Newport; land and build Burnham. i,a M. Hall, Pasadena. Calif., to Dearborn, Lincolnville; land in iville. B. Dyer et al., Belfast, to Ray [i. Dyer, do.; land and buildings in k YV. Herson, Hampden, to Nellie . -lie, Bangor; land and buildings in Sui'erport. n L. Fogg, Brooks, to Mabel I. . .. dn.; land in Brooks. , Ware, Thorndike, to Everett C. Albion; land and buildings in a F. Knight, Belfast, to Arthur W. ,iii, do.; land and buildings in P. Barton et al., Montville; to S. Curtis, Brunswick; land and . . s in Montville. port Wesleyan Grove Camp Vssociation to Anna F. Pa=e, rt; land in Northport. 0. Linnekin, Knox, to Chas. A. Warwick, R. 1 ; land andbuild - tv”ox’ 13. Fernald, Troy, to H. C. Sl. -on, Thorndike; land and build L Knox. ■s Cram, Newport, to Arthur A. , Liberty; land in Liberty. ■ F. Russ, Belfast, to Augusta V. ; land and buildings in Belfast, n Erskine, Montville, to D, K. and, do.; land and buildings in 11;“." ile. 1. Smith, Stockton Springs, to L. Hopkins, do.; land in Stock - lings. i Clifford, Stockton Springs, to '■ L. Hopkins, do.; land in Stockton kw* _ ‘ i Pendleton, lslesboro, to Evelyn eton, do.; land in lslesboro. li Pendleton, lslesboro, to Frank . eton, do.; land in lslesboro. <}. C. Asso., Northport, to Jose Mason, Dorchester, Mass.; land port. S. Cuddy, Winterport, to Elta ion, Belfast; land in Winterport. Fuller, Searsmont, to Mary H. > ; land and buildings in Sears Spratt, et als., Palermo, to J. W. J lo.; land in Palermo. Grant, Palermo, to R. L. Rey aterville; standing timber in Pa- | Redman, Belfast, to Domingo do.; land and buildings in Bel evenselier, Searsmont, to Man Si ,ulton, do ; land in Searsmont. . Davidson, Philadelphia, Pa., et lora M. Bickford, Belfast; land :mgs in Searsmont. 1 M. Hall, Pasadena, Calif., lo A. Collamer, Lincolnville; land iiville. E. Leadbetter, Unity, tojede Morrill, do.; land and buildings F. Averill, Monroe, to Arthur S. ; lo.; land in Monroe. Hood & Sons, Boston, to Karl A. er, Burnham; land and buildings am. M. Minch, Bangor, to Annie M. Winterport; land in Winterport. M. Hasty, et al., Frankfort, to K. Drake, do; land and buildings .fort. Miles, Burnham, to Albert Mc . >; land and buildings in Burn Littlefield, Waldo, to Arthur J, ;u; land in Waldo. W. Hubbard, et al, Unity, tc Pushor, do; land in Unity.. 'ley A. Betts, Monroe, to Lizzie M, . Concord, N. H.; laud and build ■ • Monroe. C. L. Carleton, et als., Wiuter Silas A. Laue; land and buildiugs merport. ary h. Clements, Montville,'o Gil-I Kelley, do; land and buildings in e si. Williams, Freedom, toFran , Montville; land and buildings -eiiom. /o Pendleton, lslesboro, to Grace .0 i■ ville, do; land and buildings in “fei'uru. - /.o Pendleton, lslesboro, to Alice ; y W. Pendleton, do; laud and - . m lslesboro. Children Cry f'CR FLETSHER’S CASTOR \ A 03es Your Food Digest? Nb, that’s the name of the best *n ever written for indigestion i distress. Guaranteed bv A. A. ; ■ v Co. DON’T DESPAIR are troubled with pain9 or 6ches; feel tired; have headache^ i; ^gest ion, insomnia; painful pass of urine, you will find relief in GOLD MEDAL j, world's standard remedy for kidney, ladder and uric add troubles and ' r«l Remedy of Holland since 1696. vizes, all druggists. Guaranteed. ^ for the name Gold Medal ea every baa end accept no iicitcHoo A Position for the Summer t ~ • By RUBY DOUGLAS (t£), 1921, by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.! Joan had been invited to lunch at the Civic club rooms. She was the guest of her aunt, and she felt not at all thrilled at the prospect of a couple of hours spent over the lunch table with a half-dozen women whom she had never seen before. “You may he a bit bored, Joan,” her aunt remarked, “but it won't hurt you to know a few Influential women. You may even hear of something interest ing to do to help with next year's college tuition.” ; "Interesting or not—I have to find, something, 4unt Nell,” Joan replied. She was an attractive looking girl,, of the athletic type, and the friends of. her aunt found her a bright luncheon companion. "I ain trying to cut my living ex- • penses In the country this summer, and I’m torn between letting my moth er’s helper or my chAiffeur go,” re marked one of the guests. “It’s a far cry from one to the oth er, isn’t it?” asked Joan's Aunt Nell. “Can’t you drive—yourself?" asked Joan. Why anyone could have a car and not drive it was beyond compre hension with Joan, who loved to run a car. “Yes; but I'm temperamentally un fit for It. I’m always in trouble with “The Train Is Late Tonight." the village policeman or some one on the road." Joan suddenly had an inspiration. ] “Why not discharge them both and j try—me for the summer?” she asked, half in jes't. Her Aunt Nell looked at her to see if she were In earnest. “Can you drive?" Joan nodded. “Anything from Liz ette to Rolls-Royce,” she laughed. “And—do you know anything about children?” “I can feed them, bathe them, cor rect their English, keep them out of harm—that's all. And—I love them," she added. The elder woman looked thoughtful ly at Joan for a moment. “Do you really want to do something for the summer? You're in college, aren't you?” “I expect to graduate next year, but I must do something this summer to help dad out with my expenses. I love the country. I love to drive a car—and 1 adore children. Why couldn't you try me?” “I could—why not?” Details were arranged, and inside of a fortnight Joan was established at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jonas as a general companion to the children and a helper. It proved to be a very satisfactory arrangement, for not only did Joan drive Mrs. Jonas wherever she wished to go, hut she took the children with her and kept them happy and well while the mother went her own way. She taught the boy of nine to help her change a tire, she showed the children how to dust out the rugs inside the car, polish the windows and do many odd tasks that took time. The boy put the water in the radiator, meas ured off tlie oil, screwed up the grease cups and learned to he a great help under the direction of Joan. “You’re a wonder, Joan,” said Mr. Jonas when she had met him at the train one night with three nicely dressed and bathed children in the back seat. "Parker had nothing on you as a chauffeur, believe me.” “I’m having a wonderful time and getting fat. I shall be sorry to go back to college in September,” she said, skillfully slipping past one by one the cars ahead of them on the road Jitrne. On several evenings when she had to wait for the train and had parked the car at the usual stopping place, she observed a good-looking young chauf feur who usually placed his car next to hers. Always this young fellow was reading -luring his spare moments. “The train is late tonight,” he re ’ marked to .Tosn one evening as their eyes met. They were both looking Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S CASTOR1A Bungalow lor Rent Six room bungalow, electric lights, bath, running water and furnace at rea sonable rates. Apply to ORRIN J. DICKEY, Real Estate and Insurance, 2w40 Belfast, Maine. down rlie truck for the over due ex press train. ^-es quite,” Joan replied. From that bromidlc beginning their conversation grew into intellectual channels and Joan always managed to be at the parking place a few minutes ahead of train time in order to talk with tlie young fellow in the big for eign car. She learned that he had been at the French front in the ambulance corps and that, suffering from various after effects of the \vir, lie had been ordered by his physician to do some easy work that would keep him in the open air. “Therefore—I cliauf,” he laughed. “And I? I>o you know about me?” Joan queried. “I know some things,” the young man admitted, saying more with his glance than with words. “I, too, am a chauffeur,” she an nounced. “I’m helping Mrs. Jonas with the children and driving the car while I’m resting,” she laughed. 1 hen ^ she told him how she hap pened to have the position, and it was not many days before they had made a trysting place, as young persons will who have no homes to ask each other into. They met during the summer evening and strolled along the water front or went out in a canoe. Joan asked permission to take the children to the beach and frankly taid Mrs. Jonas that she was meeting Jokn Moore and that he enjoyed the chW dren and helped to watch them at the water’s edge. “I never realized before what you are to me,” Mrs. Jonas told her. “I feel as if I could not get along with out you. The children are so happy and they've developed so much since they've been with you. My boy has grown to be quite a man, and he’s all wrapped up now in studying about the distance of the sun from the earth, ttie number of light years Mars is re moved from us and all sorts of tilings he's picked up from you and—” ’’Front John—please, Mrs. Jonas. He is crazy about astronomy and he teaches Gordon whatever bemoan, ft is lots of fun and—” Joan was blushing. She iiad been about to say that it was such a pleas ure for her to he with—them all. “Don’t worry, Joan,” Mrs. Jonas said, sympathetically. “I know how It is. Be happy while you can. Have your youth and romance now. It is summer.” Joan felt as if she could never bear the end of this wonderful season, hut as it: drew to a close John told her that he loved her. He knew that he had no right, as. yet, to speak; hut he wanted her to know that he would think of her always, of her alone. “I'll get strong and well, Joan, while you are finishing college. Then I can go hack into the ganie again and—" Joan had turned away. “Turn hack to me. ,I,pt me see your eyes. And then—may 1 hope to have ' you. dear?” he asked when he had r searched her eyes. “I—I only took this position for the j summer,” she teased him. “But you will take me—forever, j please?” he pleaded. “I will,” she said. FIND STIRS MEDICAL WORLD Discovery of Properties of Tree Grow ing in Bengal May Be of Im mense importance. Investigations are being made into the medicinal properties of a forest tree indigenous to parts of Bihar and | Bengal that recall the circumstances under which quinine became known to ! tlie world ns a remedy for malarial! fever, says the Chamber of Commerce Journal (Calcutta). The late civil surgeon of Ranchi, Lieut. Col. J. C. S. Vaughan, having noticed the oceur ! rence of a large number of cases of malignant malaria and hlackwater* fever in that district, made inquiries I j i among the aboriginal tribes to find J j whether they used any local plant as i a cure for these diseases. It appears that there is a tree whose leaves, bark i and root are ail used, and experi ments that have been made with the leaves raise the hope that they may prove to he a valuable addition to our stock of drugs for use in the tropics. Tlie tree is known by various ver nacular names, but its I. ifanioal name is Vitex peduncularis. It is found not only in Chota Nagpur but also in eastern Bengal and the Kliasia Torai. The simplest way to use it is to make an infusion of the leaves—one ounce of leaves to forty ounces of infusion. The effect lias been found to vary, but this is true of quinine as well, and of most other drugs. In most cases larger doses or stronger infusions proved effective where the ordinary treatment had failed, and microscopic examination proved that the malarial parasites disappeared from the blood under the influence of the treatment. Mephistopheles. The names given in the Bible to Mephistopheles dark power are Abad don, Apoilyon, Beelzebub, Satan and devil. Mephistopheles is not among them. There were magic hooks in the Sixteenth, century dealing with legends of demons in which writers occasionally liked to dip when it suit ed their purpose to revel in the occult and to give a tonebrific effect to their work. It lent a fascinating and fear some flavoring to n drama or poem to borrow from demonology. Be Sage scored a hit when he made Asmodeus the hero of his "Be Diable Boiteaux,” translated as “The Devil on Two Sticks.” This individual, Unexpectedly freed from a bottle wlierein he has been corked up for eenturies. makes an interesting companion for the young student of Alcala who liberated him Mephistopheles belongs to that same mystical company. We have pumps for every and any kind of well, opera'ed by hand, gasoline engine or electric motor; we cut and fit pipe all ready to install. It’s the Myers’ Pump. BEST on EARTH. Write for catalog, get our prices. Cost much less than last year. 4^41 C. M. ConantCo. , i 182-196 Broad Street, Bangor, - . - Maine lEULt USE Iff ECZEMA ProminentVeterinaryof Dover Suffered Tortures for Twelve Years “FRUIT-A-TIVES”and“Sootha Salva” Finally Brought Relief Dover, X. H. • “In 1906, I began to be troubled with Eczema. It started on my face and gradually spread. The second Bummer, I was so badly afflicted I had to lay off work. I would keep my hands tied up at night to prevent digging into my flesh while asleep. I spent hundreds of dollars in seeking relief. I would go for several months without trouble and then the Eczema would break out again and I would be in- for a siege of suffering. My hands, especially across the knuckles, would be so puffed and swollen I could not do any obstetrical work or operations. It was about three months ago I chanced to read an ad. of ‘Fruit a-tives’ about a person being cured of Weeping Eczema by using this remedy and ‘Sootha Salva’. I bought both and in about- a week, noticed an improvement. I have now used two boxes of ‘Fruit-a-lives’ and one of ‘Sootha Salva’ and am entirely free of Eczema. My flesh is clear and smooth and I am that gratified with the result that I cannot proclaim too loudly the merits of these remedies”. E. X. OLZEXDAM, D. V. M. Doth remedies are sold at 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50. At all dealers or sent postpaid by FRUIT-A-TIVE3 Limited, OGDEXSBURG, X. Y. Waldo County Veterans One of the happiest days on the calen dar of the Waldo County Veterans’ Asso ciation took place on Thursday, Oct, 6th, at North Searsport, where the association was entertained by the members of Gran ite Grange. This being the home of our beloved secretary, Alfred Stinson, who has been unable to meet with us this summer on account of poor health, but was able to meet with us on this day, everything possible was done to make the day a happy one, and the 29 veterans and 27 wives and widows present enjoyed it to the utmost. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: J. G. Trask, president; Alfred Stinson, secretary, N. F. Atwood, chaplain. On motion of Bro. Abbott a committee of one from each town in the county was appointed to report to the secretary pro tem the number of veterans, wives and widows in their town, so we can have a record of same. Adjourned for dinner. The afternoon session was opened at 1.30 p. m. with remarks by J. G. Trask, I president. The records of the last meet- : ing were read and accepted. Singing by choir, “America.” Prayer by our chap lain, N. F. Atwood. The committee from each town were appointed: Belfast, Capt. Ferguson;Belmont, Chas. Wellman; Brooks, S. A. Payson; Burn ham, ---; Frankfort, A. L. Clark; j Freedom, Wales Bangs; Islesboro, -; Jackson, Amos Kendall; Knox, -; 1 Liberty, L. C. Morse; Lincolnville, ———; ; Monroe, F. L. Palmer; Montville, Mrs. Harrwnan; Morrill, Gracie Bowen; North port, -; Palermo, H. W. Abbott; Prospect, O. B. Gray; Searsmont,-; Searsport, Herbert Scribner; Stockton Springs,-; Swanville,--; Thorn dike, -; Troy,-; Unity, Lewis Thompson; Waldo,-; Winterport, Annie Ritchie. Will some veteran or widow volunteer from the towns we didn’t appoint a com mittee. The following program was then car ried out: Address of welcome by Carrie Spaulding in her usual pieasing manner. Response by Comrade Cook of Monroe in well chosen words. Singing by choir. Motion song by the children of North Searsport; readings, songs and recita tions, while the veterans added their stories, always entertaining, to old and young. A rising vote of thanks was given Granite Grange and the good citizens of North Searsport for their splendid enter tainment and dinner. Three cheers were given your secretary pro tem for her ser vices, who fuliy appreciated the thought fulness. By invitation we voted to meet at Mon roe for our next meeting, Nov. 3d, 1921. Closed by singing “God be with you till we meet again ” Alice M. Palmer, Secretary pro tem COL. ALGERNON S. BANGS. — General regret was expressed through out this section on learning of the death in Lewiston of Col. Algernon S. Bangs, a well-known resident of the State and having a wide acquaintance in this sec tion. For many years Col. Bangs has owned a cottage at Temple Heights, where he has annually passed the sum mers, spending the winters at his home in Florida, and his genial character has been that which has made a wide and lasting acquaintance. For a number of years he was the commanding officer in the Golden Cross, and was such at the time of the institution of the Command ery in Belfast. His wife survives. With herjhe speht the past summer at their cottage at Temple Heights and only laie in the season did they leave for Lewiston, by reason ef his illness. Following the trip to Lewiston, he failed fast, never be ing able to sit up again. Catarrn cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must lake an internal reme dy. Hall’s Catarrh Medicine is taken in ternally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. 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