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The Republican Journal.
VOLUME 94. NO. 32. BELFAST. MAINE. THURSDAY. AK.I ST lO, 1922. * FIVE CENTS C [Mew Belfast Fair, August 15, 16 & 17. L|| j» in readiness for this year’s event, fd the program of attractions is so ar ,ged that three big days’ attendance txpected. The first day is Farmers’ |y and the association has purchased of ( l,ongley Stock Farm a pure bred Blstein heifer that is going to be given ray absolutely free to someone. All pa ons of the fair are welcome to take part this contest, and it is hoped that some rtner will secure this valuable anima| id that it may prove to be the nucleus another splendid herd of blooded cattle Waldo County or hereabout. This con t will be conducted by N. S. Donahue, lunty Agent. Everything indicates one the largest exnbitsof fine cattle ever own in this section of the State All tries should be made to K. F. Dyer, ipt. Cattle Dept. The horse and ox pul ig contests are getting to be one of the itures of the fair and already several tries have been made. All those desir »to enter in these contests should make try to George Luce, Supt. E. L. Colcord, ipt. Poultry Dept, saya that he expects t largest poultry exhibit ever on the Bunds. The G. E. Conkey Co. of eleve ns Ohio, manufacturers of stock food ve made very attractive offers to the r aaaociation and many of their pro ets will he offered as premiums in this pirtmcnt. The agricultural exhibit, e Boys A Girls Club and the Canning bibit which have heretofore been very efully and skilfully conducted by N. S. nahue, County Agent, promise to be by the best exhibits yet. The Ladies' neywork Dept, conducted by Mrs. J. Paul, Mrs. J. W. Jones. Mrs. J. F. jlson and Miss Edith Southworth will ve one of the largest and finest displays er offered in this county. Every as- j ranee is given of a record attendance rthe second day which is Merchants & inufacturers Day and on the third day lieh will be Governor'! Day. Governor iter and members of his statf will be pected on the grounds about 1.30 P. M. d will be escorted from the main gate the guest stand by ttie Belfast Band lich will render music throughout the r. The Band is under the skilful man tment this year cf J. Lee Patterson, io promises a fine program of both in umental and vocal selections. The ck never was in better condition and eady one of the largest entries of horses sr known has been received, and many id fought contests are assured. An >erienced starter nas been secured in L. McCubrey of So. Portland, Me. Un lal free special attractions mav be seen all three days. The flying exhibition lure to please everyone Fifty thous I dollars worth of midway rides, con ,iug of sea plane, Ferris wheel and rry-go-round will be seen in one of the [est midways m Maine this year. MRS. JAMES M. TURNER lehssa A., widow of Janies M. Turner, of Rockland, died Sunday evening at home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brown, r Little River, where she had been rding for about six weeks, fler death jlted from a paralytic shock. She 1 born in Palermo June D, 1842, the ghterof Luke and Thankful (Burgess' n, aod for many years her home had a in Rockland. She was twice mar I, her lirst husband being W. II. Ham n, the father of Arthur Hamilton of city. __ The funeral was held in the ipel in Grove Cemetery Wednesday at i. m., Rev. William Vaughan of the iversahst church officiating. The in ment was in the East Nurttiport Cerne J NORTON REUNION 'he annual reunion of the Norton fam will be held at the home of Fred Nor , Palermo, Saturday, Autf. 19, 1922. relatives of the family are cordially ited and expected to be present. I’ic dimier.—Eva Norton Ripley. Sec. CLEMENTS REUNION lie twenty-ninth annual reunion of Clements family will be held at Nlor ILight grange hall, Monroe, Thurs > Autf. 17.—Annie B. Clements, Sec. Waldo County The management of a hospital such as our Waldo County General Hospital pre sents its problems as well as its joys and not the least of the former that now con ; fronts the trustees arc, first, how to make an (8,500 income cover a (10,000 ! year’s expenses and second, how, at the same time, to replace a nearly worn out I heating plant with a new and adequate i one to insure the comfort and safety of | our patients during the rigors of the ; coming winters, ft has to be done. The work of our hospital is well known. It has been Waldo County’s Good Samaritan for twenty-one years Its patients, medical and surgical, have numbered thousands. The demands upon it are growing rap idly, testifying to the need and the effi ciency of its staff. The autom&bile and our Maine “good roads,” so extensively used by tourists, help to account for the fact that during the past two years our patients have come from fifty-six towns and cities. Points as far south as Wash-, ington, D. C. and as far west as Chicago. The great majority of them, however, \ were from our own Waldo County from every corner of it. The demands of the future will be greater, not less, and we are convinced that our present problems will be solved and our future demands will be met, if | we can get properly before our citizens with them. After careful observation of the meth- j od being pursued by the Knox County ; General hospital and the great success attending it, the Waldo County General Hospital trustees arranged also with the National Service Associates of New York to assist in a plan to get our needs to the people. Their representative is on the field. j The trustees do not propose to spare j themselves in this emergency, and they confidently count on the hearty coopera- ■ tion of the citizens of the entire county | We propose to raise not only enough money to meet the needs referred to, but j enough to ensure against repetition, j Waldo county’* poor must not be turned ' from our door because the Slate appro- j priation does not nearly cover the cost of the service we render them. (25,000 will supply the need; that is, 1 will pay the deticit, insure the new heat- j ing plant and substantially increase our ! present modest endowment. The plan of action is being formulated. Within the week the names of the citi zens kindly agreeing to be members of a central committee of lifty to organize and direct the campaign will be announced. The full plan ol campaign will be an nounced in next Thursday’s paper. Eugene K. Spear, Giles G. Abbott, Louville J. I’ottle, F. 1. Wilson, M s. Ira Cobe, Mrs. E. A. Carpenter, Leslie A. Payson, Edward Evans, Trustees. CENTRAL MAINE FAIR. Garden vegetables raised by boys and girls, selected with painstaking care from : their gardens in which they have worked : bard since early spring, will be a feature ! of the vegetable show at the Central Maine Fair. Waterville, August 28-29-30 31 and Sept. 1st. The red-checked tomato, plump pea, long string-beans, golden carrot, yellow sweet corn, and blood red be-t wiii peep out at fair visitors from tall glass jars ar ranged tastefully in long rows in the can ning exhibit reserved for boys and giris in the home-gardening club work. Baskets heaped high with garden pro duce of all kinds, freshly picked by boys and girls, who have toiled early and late to raise them, will vie with the canned vegetables in their elTorts to attract the attention of passersby. Children interested in exhibiting at the fair have been getting ready for the show since early spring. Garden club leaders are coaching them carefully. Lessons in canning are being given the children in addition to those of raising the vegetables. The Central Maine Fair is doing much to encourage boys and girls in other fields. Prizes for this kind of work amount to J150.00. Superintendent Howard G. Ellis is in charge of the club work activil ies at | the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lowell and son '■'red of Montville, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles [ Trask of Mass., were recent callers at ; Fred Toothakers’. 6 City Government The regular meeting of the Belfast City Council was held Monday night, Mayor Wescott presiding: Aldermen Cooper and Vaughan and Councilmen V. L. Hall, Lane, Staples, and Pattershail, absent. The roll of accounts was read and pass ed as follows: Contingent .f 823 62 Highways . 6,868 33 Supt. of Schools. 118 76 I Armory . 62 50 Street Lights. 402 26 Machinery and Tools . 249 62 Free Library. 372 79 School Contingent. 16 04 Free Text Hooks.. 9U 15 Repairs and Insurance . 98 85 Paupers... 900 00 Sewers. 32 24 Cemeteries . 4 50 Street Sprinkling. 912 17 Sidewalks. 75 60 Fire Department. 615 66 City Building. 63 30 Police Department . 51 CO City Park . 164 40 General School Purposes. 940 67 City Team. 133 05 Total.*12,875.49 The petition of Louis de Lernos for a license to maintain a Pawn Broker’s shop was received and laid on the table until next meeting. Petition of R. P. Swan for establish ment of a road on the new development on Northport avenue, was received and referred to committee on highways. The following order was passed: Ordered: That whereas all bids for the construction of the new High school building were in excess of the anticipated amount, also, of the available funds, that no one of them be accepted and that the checks accompanying the bids be return ed at once to thjs respective bidders. Adjourned. VALUABLE HEIFeR Given Away Absolutely Free By The Belfast Fair Association. The Belfast Fair Association has pur chased from the Longley farm at Ply mouth, Maine, a very high priced pure bred Holstein heifer calf whose name is Longley’s Countess Ononia Korndyke. It was born December 13, 1921. The name of its aam is Longley’s Ononia Korndyke, No. 411801, which was sired by the Senior Sire, Longley’s Prescott Korndyke, No. 224676, He was Champion and Grand Champion at Bangor and Waterville Fairs in 1920. The sire of this calf is from their 36 lb. Grandson of Colantha Lad, Hen gervald Countv Colantha, No. 320528. He is now their junior sire for which they paid $5000.00. As the above records show, it will be hard to find a better blooded animal in the state. The heiter will be given absolutely free to the person who guesses its correct weight or the nearest to the same. The guessing contest will be under the direc tion of the County Agent. The heifer will be on exhibition during the entire three days of the fair. Persons guessing will be required to re gister their mme and address. At the close of the third day the animal will be weighed and the name of thj winner an nounced. Lvery one attending the fair is entitled to a free guess. LEAVIT I-HART. George U. Leavitt of Limestone and Mrs. Fannie Briggs Hart of Belfast were married at the Methodist parsonage, 7 Court street, Saturday evening, Aug. 5th. The ceremony took place at 7 30 p. m., Rev. Charles W. Martin officiating with the double ring service. They were un attended. The bride wore a gown of light gray silk. Mr. Leavitt is one of the pros perous potato farmers in Aroostook Coun ty, going there from Belfast, where he spent his earlier life. Mrs. Hart has al ways lived in Belfast and has many friends who extend cordial congratulations and best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Leavitt went to their home Monday making the j trip in their auto. i Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wentworth mo | tored to Windsor Wednesday for a few days’ visit. They were accompanied by Mrs Wentworth’s cousin. Miss Pearle Hyson, who has beeu their guest the past week. $407,632.54 DEPOSITED IN Saturday, Aug. 5, $132,933.27 Monday, Aug. 7, 118,186.38 Tuesday, Aug. 8, 156,512.89 $407,632.54 Belfast Savings Bank Dividend Checks Deposited Here Will Draw Interest from Aug. 1. Deposit Your Money in this Bank which You Know is Absolutely Safe! WE ARE YOURS TO COMMAND. * All Deposits in this Bank, both Commercial and Savings, have the same National Bank Safety and Protection. j The City National Bank of Belfast BELFAST, MAINE PERSONAL Charles Edwin Gross of Rockland is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Ellen P. Ryan. Charles Allen of Auburn is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Pitcher at the Bat tery. Dr. S. S. DeBeck of Franklin waa a recent guest of his daughter, Mrs. Win. L. Luce. Miss Margaret Copeland of Thomaston is the guest of Mrs. Ben Ames Williams at Battery. Mrs. I H. Wilband of Somerville, Mass., ia visiting relatives in Belfast, her former home. Captain and Mrs. F. L. Dow of Brook lyn N. Y., are at the H. H. Coombs house for a few weeks. Miss Susie Mooers of Boston arrived Saturday to spend a few daya with Mrs. William L. Luce. Mis-. Ruth W. MafTitt of Lewiston spent the weekend in Waldo, the guest of Mrs. C. D. Gurney. William L. Luce is spending the week in Portland on business in connection with th : Luce Music store. Mrs. Sarah E. Rogers went to Pttts lield Tuesday to visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Albion Weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and daugh ter Sarah of Boston are guests of their son Ellis Smith, and family, at the Bat tery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roundy ana son Edward of Portland are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Connor of North port. Mrs. Sarah Peavey and Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Day of Chelmsford, Mass , are spending the month of August at the Battery. Helen Ora Rogers has returned from Portland, where she was the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kimball. Miss Nellie M Rose of Auburn who has visiting Mrs. H. H. Coombs has gone to Islesboro as the guest of Mrs. Edith Tehan and Capt. Frank Grinale. Mrs. E, R. Lagerquist and daughter, who have been spending a month with Mrs. P. A. Ward, Waldo avenue, have returned to Brockton, Mass. Miss Harriet M. Clark has returned to the H. H. Coombs Co. store after a vaca tion of two weeks spent with her mother in Knox and brothers in Waterville. Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Smardon and little son Junior of Portland are spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clay. Mrs. Smardon is Mr. Clay’s daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Blaisdell, ac companied by their guests, Dr. and Mrs. Silas C. Blaisdell of New York, have been visiting in Winterport and Bangor. Miss Alice ohaw of New York and Rockland and Mr. John C. Farber of New York arrived recently as guests of Mrs. william E. Kotman at North Shore. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. HarryH. Russell of Eastern Promenade, Portland, were week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Stev ens. John F. Rogers has returned to his home on Mam street, after being in the Waldo County Hospital several weeks with pneumonia and is gradually im proving. Donald D. Whitman recently severed an artery in his right arm while working on his car and is having an enforced va cation from his duties as driver at the local office of the American Railway Ex press Co. Mr. and Mrs George E. Richards of Dorchester, the former one of the editors of the Boston Post, are registered at the Temple Heights Inn for a vacation. Their son William is at the Orrin J. Dickey’s Boys’ Camps. Miss Louise H. Ferguson and her nephew, Tolford Durham, returned home Wednesday from a few ays’ visit with Capt. and Mrs. E. H. Colby at Sunset. Mrs. John W. Ferguson remained for a longer visit with her sister, Mrs. Colby. Roland S. Fletcher of Stites, Idaho, is the guest of his grandfather, A. K. Flet cher, Searsport avenue, East Belfast. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fletcher, are now on a trip through California and will come to East Belfast later in the season. Holeproof flasieru Sheer Elegant Hosiery Now an Everyday Economy OJ can wear beautiful 1 shapely hosiery every day as well as on dress occa sions, without increasing your hosiery expense, if you buy Holeproof. For back of Holeproof’s exquisite beauty is a fine spun strength that with stands long wear and repeat ed launderings. Reasonable prices place this superior hosiery within reach of all. Offered in Pure Silk, Silk Faced and Lusterized Lisle, for men, women and children. PERSONAL James C. Robertson and f amily have returned from a month’s outing at Swan Lake. Mrs. Lefia M. Cottrell left Friday for StODington, where she will spend a week with relatives. Miss Sibyl Green of Spencer, Mass., was the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jealous, Condon shore. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rand of Rye, N. Y., arrived last Wednesday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradbury. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Porter of Salem, Mass., are guests of their aunt. Miss Fannie C. Welch, Northport avenue. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Stearns and daugh ter Elizabeth of Fitchburg, Mass, are guests of Mrs. Stearns’ sister, Mrs. W. L. West. Mrs. Katie Jackson returned Sunday morning by boat from Bostoa, where she has been in the Homeopathic Hospital for treatme.it. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jealous of Leices ter, Mass , are guests of their son, Lloyd Jealous, in "Wind and Spray” cottage on the Condon shore. Miss Jennie Chase Whiddon has re turned to Boston after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Alice W. Patterson, at her cottage in East Belfast. Mrs. Maurice S. Wood and daughters Marian and Sarah have been recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sheldon, Church street. Horace Chenery of Concord, Mass., has arrived to spend a few weeks’ vacation at the Lloyd cottage, so-called, at Lake Quantabacook, Searsmont. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Gay of Brooklyn, N. Y., autoed here Wednesday and will spend the month with their family, who are at Bayside for the season. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Goodwin of Fitch burg, Mass., and the latter’s father, Frank Dillon of North Canton, Ohio, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Coombs. Dr. Charles Faulkner of North Gaston, Mass., and Dr. Walter Crites of Lewiston are guests of Dr. Willard Jennys at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Jennys, Cedar street. Misses Edith C. and Amy L. Wilson were in Rockland last Friday and Satur day, guests at the Thorndike Hotel. They attended the lecture of Dr. William Hung of Peking, China, in the Chautauqua course. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Snow left Sat urday to spend a few weeks’ vacation in j one of the Morse cottages at George’s Lake, Liberty. The former’s mother, Mrs. W. H. Snow, will spend a week with them. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Kelley of Waltham, Mass., arrived recently for a short visit with relatives. The former was here in the recent war period and was connected with tbe harbor patrol. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Coombs. Mr. William F. Pi ndleton, accompa nied by two teachers from the Oxford Springs Sanatorium, Miss Leary and Miss Bfown, spent the week end with the lat ter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown of 1 Hampden, who are spending the season at their cottage at Bayside, Northport Mr. Earle L. Talbot is having a two weeks’ vacation from his duties as clerk at tha post office, and with Mrs. Talbot and three children and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruce and son plan to leave Fri day for Islesboro on a camping trip of about ten days. Miss Gladys Young of Augusta and Mr. Fred Lowell of Providence, R. I., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Getchell. Miss Young is a former student of the Belfast high school and plans to enter the Augusta General Hospital this fall to train as a nurse. Henry Walker returned Saturday to his home in Hanover, N. H , after a visit with his sister, Miss Ida E. Walker, and other relatives. He learned the compos itor’s trade in the Belfast Journal office and is now connected with the Dart mouth Printery in Hanover. Dr. and Mrs. Ashley A. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dean of Ban gor autoed to Belfast Saturday in the latter’s car and were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Wilson. Dr. Smith preached Sunday morning at the auditorium on tbe Methodist Campground in Northport. Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Clark are guests of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Clark, Northport avenue. The latter recently returned from a de lightful auto trip to New York and were accompanied by the former. Their side trips included one through the Mohawk Trail, up the Hudson and i ito New Jer j sey. Mr. and Mr». Urban W. Marshall and daughter Eliza of Lawrence, Mass., are spending a vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Sherman, High street. Later they will visit in North fslesboro, Mr. Marshall’s former home. Miss Mar shall is a graduate from the Boston Uni versity and is teaching in the Lawrence High school. She is now convalescing from a recent attack of typhoid fever. Miss Florence Conrad, R. N., of Bos ton and Miss Clementina Haynes, R. N , of Beverly, Mass., arrived by boat Sat- , urday to spend a few days in Swanville, the auests of Miss Sadie M. NicKerson, R. N., the Belfast district nurse. They were classmates at the Beverly, Mass,, : City Hospital. Miss Conrad is connect ed with the Brigham Hospital in Boston and Miss Haynes with the Beverly City j Hospital. Miss Louise W. Richards is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Deborah Hopkins, at the Home for Aged Women, Cedar street. She has resigned her position on the fac ulty of tbe Farmington Normal school and will leave the middle of September to visit her aunt, Mrs. Beoj Eames of Englewood, Calif. Miss Richards’ en gagement was recently announced to Wilson Ellis of this city, who is now in California. Mrs. Forest E. Richardson of Boston, formerly Miss Dorothy Babbidge and her sister, Miss Phyllis Babbidge of Dark Harbor, a student at Dean Academy, were recent guests of their aunt, Mrs. 1 Clarence A. Paul, Congress street. They 1 left Saturday for Boston. Mr. Richard : son, who was with them on their visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Babbidge at Dark Harbor, returned earlier to Boston. Stitchers Wanted —AT— PULLMAN’S PANTS FACTORY J Bridge St., Belfast. Apply at once-t PERSONAL Mr*. Milton Stephenson is visiting re latives in Houlton. Miss Jane Mudgett is spending a few days with Miss Isabel Coombs at Bay side. Herbert F. Young of Cambridge, Mass, is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Albert D. Mowry. Mrs. A. B. Meade of Natick, Mass., ar rived Sunday to visit relatives in Belfast and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. William Percival of Pittsfield were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bruce. Ralph S. Collins arrived Sunday from Boston to spend a vacation with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins. Hon. A. A. Knight, who has been em ployed in Boston for several years, is spending a few days in Belfast. Fred Dean and son Parker of Lawrence, Mass., will return home, next Saturday after a stay at the Rogers cottage, Swan Lake. Mr. and Mra. Charles R. Coombs au toed Tuesday to Augusta to attend the three days’ sessions of the Undertakers Association. Mrs. Horace Webster has returned to her home on Bay View street, after a surgical operation at the Waldo County Hospital.. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Cushman and four children of Ellsworth spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waldo Brown. Mrs. Will R. Howard has returned to her summer home at The Battery from the Waldo County Hospital and is very much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Ferguson of Brookline, Miss., wbo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Fergnson at North port, returned borne Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nichols and fam ily and Mr. Jesse Boynton, all of Gardi ner, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Stackpole, Cedar street. Mrs. Essie P. Carle came home from Islesboro, Tuesday to join Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Vickery in an auto trip to Augusta, where they were guests of Gov. Baxter in a conference oi the county committees of the State Committee. Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer ClarK and daughter Sybil of Frankfort, accompa nied by Miss Hope Clark of Ellsworth, motored to Belfast Sunday and were the guests of Mrs. Clark’s sisters, Mrs. Rose York and Eva L. Holmes. Dr. Loren F. Carter, Supt. of the Nor thern Maine Sanatorium, Presque Isle, with Mrs. Carter is spending a few days with Rev. and Mrs. George C. Sauer, Cedar St. They are enjoying their an nual vacation and are on their way to Conn, and New York. Miss Helen Moore R. N. of Halifax spent the week end with Miss Mabel Wad liu R. N. They returned to Boston Sun day night to resume work at Household Nursing Asso. Training School for Atten dant Nurses at 222 Newbury St., Boston. Miss Wadlin is acting Supt. for the sum mer and Miss Moore is one of the staff. Mr. Alton R. Collier left for his home in Ne.v London,Conn.,in his car after spend ing ten days with his wife and daughter Ellen at the home of T. J. FTisbee. He was accompanied as far as Boston by Cyrus Young. Mr. Toung returned by Monday’s boat after a delightful trip. He visited his son in Arlington, and friends in Medford. Mrs. L. P. Swett of Bangor arrived re cently to be the guest of her brother, William Weshe of C urch street, and Mrs. Weshe, until last Wednesday after noon, when she left on the boat for Bos ton. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L Harding and Mrs. Timm motored to Bangor for Mrs. Swett, and Mrs. Weshe accompa nied her to Boston. Mrs. Swett went to consult a specialist, Dr. Mixer, in regard to ber health. She was formerly Miss Lena Weshe, lived in Belfast and has many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crane of Burling ton, Vt., accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. George E. Morgan, who have Deeu their guests several weeks, and by Mrs. Crane’s daughter, Miss Isabel Britton, arrived Thursday as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Kilgore. They made the i trip by auto and came by the way of the White Mountains. They were also guests of Dr. and Mrs. Morgan’s son, Rollin K Morgan of Portland, who has recently ! returned fr.m a wedding trip with his bride, formerly Miss Helen Potter of Bath. MRS. CARRIE L. DYER Carrie L., wife of John Dyer, died Sun day at their home on Cross street after a year’s illness with tuberculosis. She was born in Belfast thirty-four years a-o, the daughter of Charles B. and Ori anna V. Walker and her life has been spent in Belfast. Her husband, their two children, Orianna W. and David W., her parents, one sister, Lilllian M., wife of Fred G. Gray, and one brother, David E. Walker, all of Belfast, survive her. The funeral took place Tuesday at 2 p. m with Rev. Charles W. Martin of the Methodist Church officiating. The bear ers were Fred Savery, Walter Dutch, Jo seph and Hiram Burgess. THE BRAoBURY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. Republican Journal, Belfast, Maine. Gentlemen: Will you kindly give apace to the following news item? “The citizens of Belfast and of Waldc county and also throughout the State an greatly interested in the recent announce ment that the Bradbury Memorial Hos pital will be opened on or about October 1st in Belfast. Belfast is to be congratulated upon the energy and foresight of its citizens that have made such a valuable in stitution possible. There will be no other* hospital of its size in the State of Maine that will have a more modern and up-to date equipment, including an x ray room, radium equipment, operating room, steril izing room, elevator, call system and emergency ward, etc. This hospital has been made possible' through the generosity of Mrs. Enna A. Bradbury and others interested in the welfare of the city of Belfast. From now until its completion Waldo county will be alive with many functions given for the benefit of the Bradbury Memorial Hospital. A large committee,, composed of the names of some 300 prom inent citizens, is being organized for the purpose of raising a fund sufficient to as sist the hospital for a long time after its ooening. The need of such an up to-date hospi tal with all the advantages that the most modern equipment makes possible has been long apparent in Waldo county. Physicians throughout the State have been watching the building of the Brad bury Memorial Hospital with great inter est, and are well aware of the value that it will be, not only to Belfast, but to the entire surrounding district." The trustees of the Bradbury Memorial Hospital and the executive committee lormed to raise the fund for the same would be very grateful if you would give this item as much space as possible in your valuable columns. Very truly yours, Norman H. White, Jr., Chairman, Executive Committee, Charles R. coombs, Chairman, Board of Trustees. By Charles R. Coombs. PENDLETON-L Y ON. The Bangor Commercial of Aug. Srof, has the following account of the wedding of an Islesboro young man well known in this city: The marriage of Dr. Judson P. Pendle ton of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Misa Elaie M. Lyon, daughter of E. E. Lyon of thin city, was solemnized at All Souls church, Wednesday afternoon, at 3 o’clock. Rev. Charles A. Moore, D. D., pastor of the church, was the officiating clergyman, and the couple was unattended. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The wedding was a small and simple affair, attended only by relatives and intimate friends. Immediately following the cere mony. Mi. and Mrs. Pendleton left upon a wedding journey upon the completion of which they will reside in Brooklyn, N. Y. The bride was guest of honor at a number of social affairs preceding her marriage, | among them being a tea given by Mrs. H. J. Hunt, Tuesday afternoon at her home on Grove street. Among the out of town guests for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Fields Seeley Pendleton, Jr., Mrs. Winfield Pendleton and daughter, Harriett, Mrs. Effie Clinker broomer and Mrs. Alice Pendleton, all of j Brookyn, N. Y„ relatives of the groom, : and Mr, and Mrs. J. Edwin Ganong, E. Edwin Ganong, Jr., andMissJean Ganong of Toronto, Canada, and Mrs. C. S. Gowen of Crescent City, Fla., relatives of the bride. A number of the guests came to this city on the yacht, Wacouta, owned by Mr. Stevens, the boat occupying a berth at the ferry slip during its stay here. THE CHURCHES Regular services will be held at the Trinity Reformed church every Sunday at 10,45 a. m., with sermon by R»v. Wil liam Vaughan. Sunday school will be before the morning service. 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. St. Margaret’s Episcopal Chapel, corner Court and Elm streets, August 6. celebration of Holy Communion at 8 a m.; morning prayer and sermon at 10.45 a. m. Rev. R. A. Parrock, LL. D., D. C. L., priest in charge. All are cor dially invited to these services. The First Baptist Church, Rev. George C. Sauer, Pastor. Residence, 13 Cedar street. Telephone, 123-11. Dur ing the mor.th of August the morning and evening services on Sunday will be omitted except on August 27th, when the preacher will be the Rev. Eugene Philbrook of Randolph, Mass., a former pastor The sessions of the tiible school will be continued every Sunday, meet ing at 12 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs True Elms and daughter, i Shirley were guests Sunday of Mrs. Elms' sister, Mrs. Clareuce Hali of North AJ« ams, Mass , who are spending the sum I mer at Northoort. THANK YOU W e greatly appreciate the confidence, as expressed the last few days in Heme folks, Home Banks and Heme Investments, by the amount of money that has been deposited with us. May we suggest to those who bought bonds andU. S. Treasury certificates that we nave Safe Deposit Boxes, at a very low rental, in the only Electrical ly Protected Vault in Waldo County. It is the best way to protect your valuable papers from loss by hire, Misplacing or Theft. We pay 2% on Checking Accounts We pay 4°h on Savings Acconnts Waldo Trust Company (The Community bank) BELFA8T BROOKS CA8TINE UNITY