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CLARIONS MEET THE NEW STANDARDS
OF EFFICIENCY Being so thoroughly made they conserve LABOR, TIME and FUEL WOOD & BISHOP CO. BANGOR, MAINE Established 1839 SOLD BY W. A. HALL, BELFAST SEARSPORT Eugene Lincoln returned Friday from a stay of several days in flangor. Dr. Frederick K Sawyer of Bangor was in town Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burr returned Tues day from a vacation trip of three weeks. Steamer Ripogenus finished discharging <3reat Northern coal and sailed for Nor folk Tuesday. Mrs. L. A. Colcord, who spent the sum mer at the Colcord homestead Main street, left Saturday for tier home in New York. Capt. Amo. Nichols left Saturday by automobile for Sebec Lake. From there he will go with a giiide into the Onawa district for game. The Ladies’ Guild of the Congregation al church will meet the last Tuesday in October with Mrs. J. W. Black at her home in Main street. Miss Clara Roulstone, who spent the past two months as the guest of Mrs. F. E. Roulstone in Reservoir street, returned to her home in Boston Monday. £ Mr. and Mrs. John Stowers, who spent the past few weeks at the McGilvery house in East Main street, left Tuesday for their home in \Vest Palm Beaoh, Flor|d^, Mrs. William E. Grinnell arrived Thurs day from New York, where she went to attend the wedding of her son, W’illiam E. Grinnell, Jr., and Miss Kathleen Eyre of Orange. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Monroe have moved into Miss Harriette Erskine’s house in west Main street. Miss Erskine has reserved a part of the house which she will occupy until she leaves town for the winter. Elder James Grieg of Philadelphia is to commence a series of meetings at the Searsport Gospel Mission commencing Wednesday evening, Oct. 19th, and will probably continue a week or so longer. Mr. Grieg is a gifted evangelist and all will be interested to hear him. All are invited to attend. Miss Lucy True Ross, who has been in charge of a girl’s camp in New York State during the summer, sailed from New York Wednesday for Florida, where she will-spend the winter as the guest of her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Andrew M. Koss, in Tampa. Miss Miriam Stowers accompanied Miss Ross on the trip and will spend the winter with her parents, Mr and Mrs. John Stowers, in West Pglra Beach. Mrs. Anne Kalloch and Mrs. Eveline Barlow of Thomaston were the recent guests of Mrs, Joseph Kalloch in Reser voir St. Mrs. Kalloch and her daughter, Mrs. G. R. Wilson, also entertained the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fer nald, Miss Mabaia Maxcy, Miss Alice Maxcy, and Miss Mary Gray of Thomas ton. Mr. and Mrs. Kalloch and son Stan ley, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Wilson and their house guests and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Davis enjoyed an all day motor trip on Sunday. Miss Aiva Tupper, who spent the season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tupper of Jacksonville, Fla., at their summer home, "Driftwood,” left recently tor Lowell, Mass,, where she will enter Rogers Hall as a pupil. Miss Tupper was accompanied to Boston by Mrs. Tupper, who has returned to Sears port for the month of October. Mr. Tap per spent a few days recently with his parents, Capt. and Mrs. William Tupper in Ogunquit. Anchor Chapter, O. E. S., held a regu lar meeting on Monday evening, the oc casion being the official visit of the Dis trict Deputy Grand Matron, Isabella Montgomery of East Boothbay, who in spected the work of the Chapter. Miss Violet Meyers, accompanied by Mrs. C. N. Meyers, sang a solo which was appro priate to the occasion. Following in spection a delicious supper was served in the banquet hall, the menu including escalloped clams, salads, hot rolls, fruit jelly with whipped cream, cake and cof fee. The supper committee consisted of Mrs. A. E. Trundy, chairman; Mrs. Hen rietta Young, Mrs. G. R. Wilson. The members of the Library Benefit Bridge club were very pleasantly enter tained on Friday afternoon by Mrs. Wil liam Goodell, at her home in Main street. Five tables were arranged for the game, and the highest score was made by Miss Alice Walker, who received a shopping list as a prize. The consolation, a set of aluminum measuring spoons, went to Mrs. Henrietta R. Young. Refreshments of assorted cakes, tea and home made candies were served. The guests includ ed Mrs. E. D. P. Nickels, Mrs. J. W. Black, Mrs. B. F. Colcord, Mrs. N. F. Gilkey, Mrs. Harold Coos, Mrs. Arthur E. Colson, Mrs. Fred Burr, Mrs. Cora Dow, Mrs. Melvin B. Thompson, Mrs. Fred B. Smith, Mrs. Wm. E. Grinnell, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Joseph D. Sweetser, Mrs. A. E. Trundy, Mrs. Harry Perry, Mrs. C. N. Meyers, Miss Lucy Sargent, Miss O. J. Lawrence, Miss Georgia Ford, Miss Kathryn Dow, Miss Walker. The Wilson Foundation Drive It is now announced that organization of the national movement to establish the Woodrow Wilson Foundation has pro gressed so favorably that it has been possible to designate Jan. 16, 1922, as the opening of the period in which popular subscriptions will be received toward an endowment of $1,000,000 Mr. Cleveland H. Dodge, chairman of the national ex ecutive committee, says that 37 States are now organizing on behalf of the foundation and that reports from the remaining States are indicative of a com plete organization in a very few weeks. As previously announced the income from this endowment will be used to grant awards for ‘meritorious service to democracy, public welfare, liberal thought or peace through justice.’ The response to our idea has been splendid and all indi cations are that the movement to give the United States its own Nobel Piizes will be highly successful.” National headquarters for the Founda tion are at ItO Nassau street, New York City, Hamilton Holt, editor of the Inde pendent, is executive director. | STOCKTON SPRINGS Mr. Irving R. Sawyer has taken the agency for the Curtis publications. Mrs. Charles Hinckley of Prospect was in town Saturday, dining with Dr. and Mrs, Stevens. There will be a baked bean supper by the Rebekahs next Saturday night. See bills for particulars. Mr. R. K. Stevens ot Bangor arrived Mon ay for an indefinite stay with his daughter, Mrs. J W. Lambert. • Capt. and Mrs. Oscar Ellis of Brewer were in town Sunday dining with Mrs. Ellis’ cousin, Mrs. Lillias Emery. Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Clifford spent Sunday afternoon and evening with their daughter, Mrs. Gerry Harding. Mrs. Walter Wynne and two children recently spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Lester Biack, in Fairfield, Maine. Mrs. Lillies Emery returned Thursday in the Gibson car from a ten days' visit with Mrs. Charles Appleton Gibson in Bangor. Mr. Clement A. Smith has purchased the Albert R. Bennett place and the Ben nett family will soon move to the city of Lindsay, Cjlif, Mr. Harold Hawes moved his family into the chambers of Mrs. Carrie A. Gardner’s tenement, the old Crooker place, last week. Mr. John McLaughlin and son Archie attended the Topsham Fair last Wed nesday. Friday Mr. McLaughlin was in Rockland on business. Mrs. L. A. Gardner and daughter El eanor left early in the week to join Mr. Gardner in Brunswick, where they have taken a rent for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford S. Griffin and ■son Palmer motored from their home in Kingman Friday, remaining the guest of their sister, Mrs. Mary Ames, until Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens and Mr. 1 and Mrs. Edward Fullerton of Blue Hill motored to town Sunday for the day with Mrs. John Randell and daughter, Miss Elva. Little Dorothy Littlefield is one of the latest victims of the mild form of “Ger man measles” prevailing among the chil dren. She was able to return to school W eduesday. Mr. Walter Colcord of Brooklyn, who had been with his cousin, Mr. Edgar Col cord and family, lor a brief visit, left by auto Tuesday for Rockland where he took the steamer for Boston en route for home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tweksbury (nee Sarah Shute) of Boston, Mass., who have been with Mrs. Estelle Crosby at Saudy point for some weeks and later the guests of Mrs. T.’s uncle, Capt. E. S. Shute, left by boat Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Blaisdell of Dex ter were dinner guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Stevens, comi lg for a good bye call before the latter started for their winter in Florida. Mj. Blaisdell is a brother of Mrs. Stevens. The Staples-Spaldiugs drove to Belfast Sunday for an inspection of the fine new bridge. They had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bion B. Sanborn and daughter, Mrs. Gwendolyn Connor. They pronounced the bridge a fine structure. Mr. and Mrs. John McLaughlin motor ed to Costigan Sunday to spend the day with their daughter, Mrs. Allen Burse and family, returning at night, accompa nied by Mrs. Burse and son Norman, they returned early in the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Frye of Scituate, Mass., motored through last week, arriving at Mrs. Fannie Bridges’, Mr. Frye’s sister. They left on Sunday I lor the return trip. Mr. Frye’s old ! friends gave the glad hand of welcome. Miss LftuiseShute returned Friday from a week’s trip to Bangor and Orono. She attended the Bi Kappa Fraternity hop at tae U. of M. as the guest of Mr. Vance C. Wells on Oct. 8th, returning to Bangor Monday for a visit with a school friend until Friday. The dull day of Monday prevented Ur. and Mrs. George A. Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Heath and young son of San dypoint from starting on their auto trip to Georgetown, Florida. They will camp out along the way, being provided with the necessary outfit. Mr. and Mrs. George Titcomb of Cor lnna motored down Saturday remaining all night with Mr. T.’s uncle, Mr. L. S. iitcomb and wife and his mother, Mrs. Belle Titcomb. They returned Surday taking with them the aunt and mother ior a few days’ visit. ! ^rs- S' F. Ellis left Tuesday by train to spend the winter with her daughter, I "}r®‘ Harry E. Winslow, in Quincy, Mass. Mrs. James Treat accompanied her to pass the winter in Boston with her daughter, Mrs. Alice I. Doe and Miss Melvina Patterson accompanied them as far as Boston on her way to Washington, alter spending the summer in town with ~?r Stand niece, Mrs. George H. Hopkins. Mr. Hopkins took the ladies to Belfast for the morning train to avoid the three hours’ wait at Bangor. LINCOLNVILLE Mrs. Myra Young is in the Knox Hos pital at Rockland and is recovering from a surgical operation. Mrs. Mary Young of Milton, Mass., and Mr. E. M. Sampson of Marshfield, Mass., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Miller for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardy and Fred erick Grey are moving to Camden for the winter to convenience their son who is attending High School. Mrs. Helen Werker and son Dsvis of Medfield, Mass., who have been guests of Misa Ella Pottle at the Pottle home stead, returned home Saturday. Ask Some One Who Was There! On Friday, October 7th, at the Colonial Theatre, the New Edison proved that there is no difference between its Re-Creation of music and the original music. It was proof that would be good in any court of law. If you did not attend, take the trouble to find out exactly what happened. Investigate all the details of this drastic test. It was give particularly for the music-lovers of Belfast—so that they might know, through their own personal experience, that there is a phonograph which can give them the exact performance of the living artist. Leola Lucey, famous soprano, made the test. She stood on the platform, beside the New Edison. She sang. In the midst of her song, she stopped singing. The New Edison took up the song, and continued it alone. Thus, they alternated singer, and phonograph. The audience had to watch Miss Lucey’s lips, in order to be certain wnich was singing. The New Edison triumph was complete and spectacular. Remember that no other phonograph can sustain this test! Remember that you want a phonograph which does! And remember that the New Edison did it—right here in Belfast. “The Phonograph with a Soul” You can have, in your own home, the exact kind of instrument used in the test. This was an Of ficial Laboratory Model—out of our own stock. Select any Official Laboratory Model in our store, and we will guarantee it to sustain the test of direct comparison, and to do everything that was done in the test at the Colonial Theatre. Ask us about our Budget Plan. It brings you this New Edison for a small payment. Any man or woman, who loves music, can make a gentle man’s agreement with us. FRED D. JONES, / Main Street, Belfast The annua] town fair was held at j Tranquility Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 6, with the usual degree of success. A fine day was in evidence from the start and by noon a large body of townspeople were present and also many from the surrounding towns. The exhibits while not large, were of fine quality and hearti ly commended. Our fa r is necessarily small,but its compensating features are its sociability, cleanliness and a manifest spirit of each and every committee to do their part without money and without price for the good of our social interests. The fair was followed by a dance in the evening and the sum of $60 was cleared for grange benefit. BELFAST PRICE CURRENT. Corrected Weekly for The Journal. PRODUCE MARKET Apples, bush $1 00 Beans, pea, 6 Beans, y. e., 10 Butter, 45a50 Cheese, 60 Chicken, 45 Duck, 35 Eggs, 6 8 Fowl, 35 Geese, 32 RETAIL, PRICE Beef, corned, 85a38 Butter salt, 18a32 Corn, 78 Cracked corn, 78 Corn meal, 78 Cheese, 32 Cotton seed, 2 75 Cranberries, 17 Clover seed, 32a35 Flour, 10 40a 14 00 H, G. seed, • 00 Lard, 18 PAID PRODUCER Hay, $25 00 Lamb, 25 Mutton, 20 Potatoes, 1 00 Round Hog, 12 Straw, 15 00a20 00 Turkey, 26a32 Veal, 20a22 Wood, hard, 11 00 Wood, soft, 8 00 RETAIL MARKET Lime, 2-20 Oats, 64 Oat Meal, 5 Onions, 6 Oil, kerosene, (20 Pollock, 8 Pork, 19 Rye meal, 6 Shorts, 140 Sugar, • 7 Salt, T. I., bus. 1 26 Sweet potatoes, 6 BORN BENNER. In Augusta, Oct. 12, to Mr. and Mrs. Perle R. Benner, a daughter, Constance Lynnette. BICKEY. In Troy, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Dickey, a son. SMITH. In Troy, Oct. 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Smith, a son, Everett Rob ert. THOMAS. In Morrill, Oct. 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Thomas, a daughter, Lytle Elnora. MARRIED. Alley-Leach. In Searsport, Oct. 14, by Rev. N. F. Atwood, Lawrence Earle Alley of Prospect and Cora Emma Leach of Stockton Springs. Billington-Brown. In Belfast, Oct. " 19, by Rev. Chas. W. Martin, Malcolm D. Billington of Portland and Florence M. Brown of Belfast. BURKE-BAILEY. In Belfast, Oct. 16, by Rev. D. Brackett, Mr. Daniel Burke and. Miss Ida Bailey, both of Belfast. Hanson-DODGE. In Belfast, Oct. 16, by Rev. Ueorge C. Sauer, Roland E. Han son and Ethel E. Dodge, both of Belfast. PENDLETON-GaRLAND. In Belfast, Oct. 18, by Rev. George C. Sauer, Samuel F. Pendleton and Lillian Garland, both of Isl8aboro. RUNNELLS-HOOFER. In Belfast, Oct. 18, by Rev. George C. Sauer, Russell R. Runnells and Aurilla Hooper, both of Benton, Me. DIED. CAIN. In Augusta, Oct 9, Joseph J. Cain, formerly of Liberty, aged 78 years. Hatch. In Islesboro, October 7, Mrs. Maria Farrow Hatch, aged 86 years, 3 | days. 100-Acre Farm Only $1950 CROPS FURNITURE HORSE Machinery vehicles, tools thrown in; every thing ready provide bountiful living, prosperi ty; on good road, short dfive village; produc tive, loamy tillage; brook-watered, wire fenced pasture; wood, timber; lots fruit; attractive 6 room house, running water; good 60-ft barn, shop; owner called away, $1950 takes all, terms arranged. Immediate possession assures com fortable winter, good income, brignt future. Don’t delay. Catalog free. R. C. FISH, 35 Miller Street, Belfast. Maine. 42 For Sale GIRL’S AMERICAN BICYCLE, slightly used, in excellent, condition. Well equip ped. Will sell at half the present price. Apply to KATHERINE FROST, lw42* 6 Northport Avenue. Modern Rent We offer furnished modern rent for winter or longer. Well equipped and right in the city. Apply to ORRIN J DICKEY, Insurance and Real Estate, 2w42 Belfast, Maine. FOR RENT Automobile Storage. Houses on Bridge and Water Streets. WILLIAM A. CLARK, 42tf Over Banks’ Garage. GIRLS WANTED FOR CUTTING APPLES, AT THE SAGO VALLEY CANNING COMPANY. Sheriff’s Sale STATE OE MAINE. DOUNlY OF WALDO. SS. Taken this 15th day of October. A. D. 1921, on execution dated October ilth, A. D. 1921, issued on a judgment rendered by the Supreme Judicial Court for the County of Waldo, at a term thereof begun and held at Belfast, with in ar.d for said County of Waldo, on the fourth Tuesday of September, A. D. 1921, on the 9ih j day of said term, being the 6th day of Octo- ! ber, A. D. 1921, in favor of O C, RoDerts of J Jackson, in said County of Waldo, collector of j taxes for said town of Jackson for the year j 1916.'and against C. E. Small of said Jack*on, and particularly against the real estate owned ! by or in possession of said C. E. Small on the first day of April, A. U 1916, situated in the town of Jackson, in said County of Waldo, de scribed as follows: Homestead, east half of lot 51, range 21, 48 acres, northeast corner of lot 47, range 2, 13 acres, and west half of lot 52. range 3. 50 acres, for the sum of twenty-four dollars and two cents, debt or damage, and eighty-one dollars and seventy nine cents, 1 costs of suit, together with fifteen cents|mcre j for one execution issued thereon, and will be j sold at public auction, at the office of F. W. Brown, Jr.J Esq., of Brocks, in said County of Waldo, on Saturday, the 19th day of Novem ber, A, D, 1921, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, so much of the above described real estate as will be sufficient to pay the amount due on said above described execution with all neces sary charges of said sale. • Dated at said Jackson, this 15th day of Octo ber, A. D. 1921. HARRY M. BROWN, 3w42 Deputy Sheriff, WANTED Plain Sewing and Mend ing at 24 Union Street. Ernest Penney has returned home from Liberty where he has been working in the canning factory. Probate Notices WALDO SS. In Court of Frobao Belfast, in vacation, on the 13th dav her, 1921. Georgia M, Snow, adm i of the estate ot Melvena A. Berr Northport, in said County, decease presented her first and final accou ministration^of said estate for allow Ordered, That notice thereof be p \ weeks successively, in The Republic;, a newspaper published at Belfast, in ' ty, that all persons interested may a: Probate Court, to be held at Belf 8th day of November next, and show any they have, why the said accoi;. not be allowed. ELLERY BOWDEN. A true copy. Attest: Chas E. Johnson, 1. WALDO SS. In Court of Probat. Belfast, on the 11th day of Octd Fred H. Knowlton, executor of the Elijah L. Knowlton, late of Belmont County, deceased, ‘having present* and final account of administration estate for allowance, Ordered, that notice thereof be g> weeks successively, in The Republic.! nal, a newspaper published in Belfast County, that all persons interested n v at a Probate Court, to be held at Relfb: 8th day of November next, and shew > any they have, why the said account not be allowed. ELLERY BOW DEN JucV A true copy. Attest: Chas. E. Johnson, Reg r ADMINISTRATRIX’S NOTICE. Tr Bcriber hereby gives notice that she duly appointed administratrix of the esiati' ALONZO' H. HIGGINS, late of 3 hornhke in the County of Waldo, deceased. A , sons having demands against the eata■ • said deceased are desired to present t' ' for settlement, and all indebted there1 requested to make payment immediate-j HATTIE M. HlGGlN.” Thorndike, Ms., Sept. 13,1921.