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VOLIMF04. :l:- Hk,_BELFAST. MAIXK. THI IISDAV. AITiPST 17, 1 »!>•■>■___FIVE CENTS rHE NEW BELFAST FAIR. hi, year's event* in the New Belf*st t their grounds on Belmcfnt avenue Lse like alTtir* s en in »ny county fair, midway ha* many new and up to attractions includi ng the aea plane, T,S wheel and merry Bo round. The 1 exhibit* are of the best including and girls club work, fancy work de spot, lloral and vegetable displays, al enterprise*, etc The poultry house ,er was more interesting or well ar ged, the cattle display good and un *| Special attractions between the f, are amusing and the,Belfast Band always heard with pleasure. "I.ittle rty” said to be the smallest specimen manhood in the country is only 2<» hes tall and weighs 30 pounds. His to police uniform is novel. There has •pr been seen here such a field of line se5, 70 in all. The race* Tuesday were he best. 1 he judges were Hon. W. C. iary and Deputy Sheriff Albert Wilson ducksport and Fred S. Jackson of Eel l The timers were Forrest Snow of jhill and John A. Fogg of Belfas*. bur L. NlcCubrey of Portland as rter made a good record here July 4tb, Tuesday won the confidence of audi- j .p owners and drivers, a feat only the it honest and efficient starters can do ijw errors at once and corrected them ^courteously. The races Wednesday j Thursday, the latter day is also vpmor’s Day,with His Honor Percival Baxter and staff present, will eclipse r program ever presented here, ieut. Maxim’s airplane feats are real worth more than the price of adinis n. The dance pavilion is > opular. he fifth heat in the 2 27 class Tuesday s a pretty sight with the three horses naining to the finish out of a field of le, being bunched for the entire heat, !ing unusual and intense interest. Mr. Cubrey said it was the first instance a New England track when the first '* races went to the sixth heat for a >h The Races 2 27 Class, Pace and Trot—$200 evie Guy, McCusick, 4 113 2 2 ijor D , Staples, 5 4 6 ro l)y Sunday, Hogan, 7 6 7 ro dd Poindexter, Pease, 8 8 8 ro udibon Wilkes, Stratton, 6 7 4 ro ,ss Dodge, Baichelder, 3 9 5 4 dr nmy Audibon, Bond, 9 5 dr asie l , Richardson, Jr. 2 3 2 1 1 1 irry J., Bradford, 1 2 3 2 3 3 me, 2 21 1-2, 19 1-2, 20 1-2, 23 3 4, 23, 26 2.21 Class, Pace and Trot—$250 Elagoas Southern Lady, Davidson, 4 3 2 2 ro hatco Direct, Smart, 3 5 3 ro ell Burta, Kelly, 6 8 7 ro the I S mith, Richardson, Jr. 1 2 5 3 2 3 osa Boy, Walton, 5 7 6 ro ativa North, Bliss, 7 4 1 13 2 alniena, Newbert, 8 18 4 11 ime, 2 19 1-2, 18 1-4, 18 1-4, 18 1-4, 23, 24 A CAPABLE PAIR. All reports from the State of Maine ■tee that in Governor Percival P. Bax ■ and Andrew P. Lane, one the fuel ad ■nistrator of the State and the other ■el director, the people of our most east Hy Commonwealth have a team that Will not on/v pull together, but produce fesults. Maine’s coal problem is on all fours irith that of other New England States— ft-S'bly a little more difficult because of Instance from supply. To the worn of etting whatever is gettable from the federal authorities, Governor Baxter is fitting a large share of his time aud all iis energy. Mr. Lane’s 30 years’ expen se as traffic manager of the Great iorthern Paper Company makes hun of he utmost value as the governor’s lieut nant The good people of the State of Maine aay feel assured that whatever can legit nately be done to help tide them over he coal troubles will be done promptly nd efficiently.—Editorial in Boston Post, ,ug. 11. The American Express Co. will move xm to a location near the railroad sta lon. The store which has been occupi d by them on Mam street will be ofTer d for rent. SHRI.NL DAY IN BANGOR. Plans for the big ceremonial and char ter presentation of Anah Temple of the Mystic Shrine, which will be staged Thursday of Bangor Fair W eek and which will be the big event of the Fair on that day, are well completed and, except for minor details here and there yet to be ar ranged, stand in their fin.il form. The Shrine affair will begin early in the morn ing with the arrival in town of the visit ing nobles, including Aleppo and Kora temples from Boston and Lewiston re specti vely, and will continue through the day with the gala parade during the early afternoon and the ceremonial and pre sentation of the charter to Anah Temple in the evening. As arrangements for the ceremonial parade now stand there will be three bands and three drum crops to sei the pace for the march. Aleppo Temple of Boston with its 100 piece band, Anah Temple band and the Bangor band, A lep po, Kora and Anah drum corps are the organizations, while the Kora and Anah Arab Patrols as well asm cilor inthe nobles, will furnish plenty other .-ostumed procession A feature of the pa rade will be the presence of Imperial Potentate James 8. McCandless of Honolulu, ac companied by members of the imperial divan. The Imperial Potentate will oc cupy the position of honor in the parade and will at the later ceremonial present the charter to .-'.nail Temple. inner imperial omcers here will Be im per.al Deputy Potentate Conrad V. Dyke man of Brooklyn, N. Y., Imperial Treas urer William S. Brown of Pittsburgh, Pa., j Imperial Oriental GuideClarence M. Dun bar of Providence, R. I., Imperial Marshal Eaton A. Fletcher of Rochester, N. Y'., Imperial Captain of the Guards Thomas J. Houston of Chicago, Past Imperial Po tentate J. Putnam Stevens of Portland, and Past Potentate of Islam Temple John D. McGi vray of San Francisco. THE CHURCHES Regular services will be held at the Trinity Reformed church every Sunday at 10,45 a. m., with sermon by Rev. 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 j service at 7.30. Prayer meeting this, 1 tiursday, evening at 7.30. st. Margaret’s Episcopal Chapel, corner Court and Elm streets, August 20th, Morning prayer and sermon at | 10.45 a. m. Rev. W. R. Bowie, D. D., I Rector of St. Paul’s church, Richmond, , Virginia, will preach. St. Paul's church is one ot the old churches in this country and it was here that Jefferson Davis was when he received a despatch from Gen. Lee announcing that Richmond must be evacuated. St. Margaret’s is most for tunate in having Dr. Bowie and it is hoped that all who can will hear him, as i Belfast is not often favored with a visit | of so able a preacher. Family Reunions. The annual reunion of the Simmon family will be held at Hall’s grove on the east side of Sennebec Pond in Appleton on August 31st; if stormy the lirst fair day. We hope to see all relatives and friends. A. A. Simmons, secretary. Mrs. William F\ Schoppe and little son John Cushman of Bozeman, Montana, motored from Auburn with friends Satur | day and spent Sunday and Monday as guests of the Misses Steward. They came especially to be with Mrs. Schoppe’s mother, Mrs. C. A. Pilsbury, on her birthday. They returned on Tuesday | morning’s train, accompanied by Hugh | Davis, who will spend a few days at | Broadview Farm as the guest of Billie Schoppe. Miss Phebe Cross, teacher in the U. S. Veterans’ Hospital at New Haven,Conn., and Norman Cross, traffic officer in Bos ton, and a friend, Mr. Hyde, are stopping for a short time with their parent., Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cross. The Waldo Count'- Hospital Drive. The Central Committee. G. G Abbott, Hon. Ellerv Bowden. H. C. Buz/ell, Mrs. E. P. Carle, Rusted C. Carter, Hon. Clyde R. Chapman, James H. Cillev, Mrs. Cecil Clay, Ira M Cobe, B. L, Davis, Walter B. Dutch, Edward Evans, Miss Annie V. Field, Ben D. Field, Rov C. Fish, Harry A. Foster, Clyde o. Holmes, W. R Howard, Dr. C. W. Jennys, Ralph C. Johnson, William K Keene, C. E. Knowlton, M. R Knowl ton, Maurice W. Lord, William L Luce, ''onald A. MacLennon, L. C. Morse, Ralph I. Morse, Aden H. Patterson. L. A, Payson, Ralph A. Peavey, Louville J. Pottle, Mrs. William Veazie Pratt, John Pullman, William M. Randall, Norman ' A. Read, Laforest L. Robbins, Edward E. Roderick, L. J. Sanderson, V. A. Sim mons, Eugene R. Spear, Dr. Carl H. Stevens, Dr. Eugene L. Stevens, Mrs. Eugene L. Stevens, Herbert H. Stevens, Mason I. Stevens, Lynwood B. Thomp son, George C. Trussed, Dr. Orris S. Vickerv, C. W. Wescott, Mrs. George R. Williamson, Frank I. Wilson, Frank R. Woodcock. me coinmm.ee oi any met ai a p. m. Monday in the Waldo County Court House, the headquarters of the drive, where Mr. S. M. Bard, president of the Public Service Asaociation of New Yo k, assisted by Mrs. S. S. L, Shute as sec retary and also by Miss Isabel Ginn, is in charge. There was a large attend ance and much enthusiasm in the ulti mate success of their drive for $25,000 for the Waldo County Hospital as an nounced last week. Edward Evans, chairman of the trustees, presided and gave a very clear and concise statement of the hospital’s financial condition and its needs with reference to the past three years. Dr. Carl H. Stevens gave an ex tended summary of the work of the hos pital in the same term of years that was most encouraging. Mrs. Clifton Gross of East Belfast and her little son, both of whom were recent patients, gave testimonials indicating the excellent work of the doctors, super intendent and nurses in charge. Admiral William V. Pratt, now at home on a vacation, spoke encourag ng ly of the hospital and said it was a model of its kind and compar.d most favorably with Washington, D. C , and other hos pitals with which he was familiar. He is always interested in all that obtains to the interest of his home city. H. C. Buzzell, Esq , was elected chair man of the general committee with Will R. Howard, Mrs. Cecil Clay and Mayor C. W. Wescott, vice chairmen; Ralph A. Bramhall, treasurer and Giles G. Abbott, secretary. Mr. Bard explained in full the plan of action and schedule of the campaign. Mr.Evans.Dr.Orris S. Vickery,Eugene R. Spear, Prank 1 W'ilson and Mrs. Ceci Clay were elected the business commit tee, with the following chairmen, who were empowered to select their other members: Initial gifts, V. A. Simmons; City Teams, Harry A. Poster; County Teams, Dr. Orris S. Vickery; Daily Meetings and Lunches, Mrs. O. S. Vick ery; Sermons and Addresses, Ralph I Morse; Lists, Jas. H. Cilley. MRS. C. M. CONANT. The community of Winterport was shocked when the news of the death of Annie M , wife of Hon. C. M. Conant, was received from the E. M. G. hospital, Bangor, where she went August 7th. Mrs. Conant had been having severe ill turns for the last few weeks, but was able to attend the Waldo County Veter ans’ meeting August 3rd. She was taken ill again August 4th, and Dr. Sanger was called August 7th in consultation with Dr. Watson and an operation was deemed necessary from she passed away August 8th. The deceased was born in Monroe, Oct. 24, 1865, the eldest daughter ot the late JelTerson and Lydia (Twombly) Nealey, and her girlhood days were spent in that town. She was married to Charles M. Conant, May 1, 1886 and was a true helpmate to the husband and a wise, ten der mother to the seven children who came to gladden the home. Surviving her besides her husband are five daugh ters, two sons and three sisters, Gertrude, wife of K. G. Robertson of Swanville; $482,0.0 Increase in Deposits Since Jan. 1,1922 $135 PER SHARE Is Bid for the STOCK of this BANK The Above Speaks for Itself SAFETY, SERVICE and SECURITY ARE WHAT DO IT The City National Bank of Belfast, BELFAST, MAINE Viola, wife of W. K. Hebard of Chester, Mass., Barbara, wife of F. P. Clements of Winterport; Amos, who lives in Monroe, and Edna, Tyler and Mildred who live at home. The sisters are Mrs. Mary Rit chie and Mrs. Helen Nealey of Newburg and Mrs. P. E. Severance of Bangor. The funeral was held from her late home Au gust 10th, Rev. Ashley A. Smith of Ban gor ofliciating, and was attended by many relatives and friends. Many beautiful (lowers were silent testimony to the esteem in which she was held. She was a loyal member of the grange, ; ever ready to do her part, was prominent j in the W. C. T. U. and was the president ! at the time of her death. Her work with j us is finished but the influence of an honest, upright, noble life, never dies. A beautiful life has passed out. The bearers were Amos and Tyler Con- j ^nt, R. G. Robertson, F. P. Clements, G. H. Clements and Amos Plummei. The interment was in Pilgrim’s Home feme- i tery. — w SWANVILLE. Miss Emma Field of Boston is visiting relatives in town. Comet Grange will hold its next meet- ' ing Saturday evening, Aug. 26th. Thelma Nichols of Belfast is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. H. O. Cunningham. Miss Ruth Partridge of Belfast was the I week end guest of Miss Hazel E. Nicker- I son. Mrs. Pheobe Craney of Amherst is the guest of her son, Mr. Chester Craney and . family. Miss Winnifred Thompson of Poors Mills was the guest of Miss Barbara Damm last week Sincere sympathy is extended to Mrs. Ray Robertson in the death of her mother, Mrs. C. M. Conant. Arthur Brown underwent an operation for adenoids and tonsils at the Tapley Hospital Monday, Aug. 7th. Mrs. Dana Whitman and three daugh- 1 ters of Bangor, are the guests of her cousin, Mrs. Chester Trundy. Mr. Frank Harding and Miss Marion Rose arrived from Boston Sunday to j spend two weeks at the old home. Mrs. Marietta Rolerson of Searsmont was the guest of her son, Mr. W. N. Briggs and family a few days last week. Miss Anna Fairbanks of Bangor, who has been the guest of Miss Priscilla Paine for several weeks, returned home Sun day. The Swanville Union Sunday School will have a picnic in Donald Thayer’s grove next Friday, Aug. 18th, to which all are cordially invited. Mrs. T. D. Nickerson arrived home from Prospect Sunday where she had been caring for her her cou in, Mrs. Ruby Dic key and baby. The Swanville Union S. S. will have their annual memorial next Sunday, Aug. 20th. A committee has been ap pointed to look after tlowers and help de corate graves, which will be directly after preaching services. Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Littlefield, who were recently married, are to give a free dance at Comet Grange Hall, August 21. Music by Toziers orchestra of Albion. The Industrial Club is to furnish ice cream. All are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. A. Eugene Nickerson and daughters, Vira, Helen and Lois of Port land, who have been guests of Miss Edith L Strout, East Belfast, were guests of Mr. W. E. Damm and family last Friday and called on friends. They returned to Portland Saturday. The Boys and Girls’ Club made a trip to Orono last Friday in Mr. J Harold Moody’s truck. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs L. B. Nickerson, Mr. anl Mrs. William Dickey, Mrs. Chas. Len fest, Mrs.Chas. Small, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker and Mrs Richmond Myrick. Mrs. George Royal and son and daugh ter of Augusta, are guests of her sister, Mrs. Rushbrooke Thayer and family. They will return home this week, Sunday the family in company with their other sister, Mrs. Ethel Bryam and daughter of Monroe, Mr. Chas Thayer and family, Mr. Maurice Thayer and Miss Emma Webber and her parents of Belfast, and Mr. Donald S. Thayerand family, enjo,ed a picinic in the latter’s grave. BELMONT Mrs. N. Dayton Bolster, son Morton and daughter Ruth of South Paris have been guests the past week of Mrs Hor ace J. Morton. Mrs. Mabel G. Robbins and two daugh ters have returned to their home in Lynn, Mass., after a visit with her broth er, T homas Greer. PERSONAL Mrs. Ida Frankel left Wednesday for a : two weeks' vacation at Belgrade Lake. J. N. Hoit of Hampden Highlands is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Elijah Ritchie. Mr. and Mrs. William McDonald of Seboomock Lake, were recent auto guests in town. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taber of Boston are guests of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Ma honey. Mrs. Clifton C. Pelton of Philadelphia, Pa., is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Durham. Mrs. Ruth Payscn Sears of Hartford, Conn., was the guest Monday of Mrs. F. G. Spinney. Mrs. L. C. Payson and daughter Helen have been in New Brunswick for a short visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ingraham of Ban gor are guests of Mrs. William E. Kot man at North Shore. Mrs. Virginia Paine of Brooklyn, N.Y., is a guest of Mrs. Ada E. Wildes at the Wayside Tea House. Mrs. John Collins of St. Stephens,N.B. is the guest of her niece, Mrs. Charles T. Stackpole, Cedar street. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller in Searsmont village the past week. Mrs. S. O. Tarbox of Farmington was the guest last week of her brother, Wm. M. Randall, and family. Mrs. nalph Miller Johnson of New York is BtopDing at the Wayside Tea House during her visit in Belfast. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Somers of Guilford are occupying the Young bungalow on the Pendleton shore in East Belfast. Misses Millie Mitchell and Jane Brown are spending a few days at the E. M. N. S. Association’s camps at Sandypoint. Miss Mildred Johnson of Beverly, Mass., arrived Tuesday night and ia a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Bowker. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes and little son Rogers of Roxbury, Mass., were re cent auto guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Coombs. Miss Mabel A., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Craig, was operated up on for appendicitis last Thursday at the Tapley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Johnson of Bever ly, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Bean of Melrose, Mass., formerly of Liberty, are guests of Miss Lou Mason. Mrs. Carrie P. King of Bangor, who is summering at one of the Towle cottages in East Belfast, has been the geest several days of Mrs. Charles S. Bickford. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Stevens motor ed to Camden last Friday, where Mrs. Stevens attended the whist party given by the Yacht Club for the Bates College drive. Mrs. Charles Patterson and twin daugh ters Marjorie and Madeline of Pride’s Crossing, Mass., are guests for two weeks of her uncle and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sheldon. Miss Florence Evans with her niece and nephew, Doris and Kenneth Evans of Guilford, are guests of Miss Ethel Sav ery. They are ail spending the week in Northport. Mrs. Robert Wallace of Springlield, Mass., arrived Friday morning, and is the guest of her uncle, Selwyn Thompson, where her mother, Mrs. Dora Engle of Springlield, already is. A telegiam was received by Belfast relatives Tuesday from Meriden, Conn., announcing the death of George Bicknell, a former resident of this city. No par ticulars have been received. Miss Ada Webster of Waldo is spend ing a few days with Miss Madeline Coombs, Waldo avenue. Miss Frances Davis ot Wakelield, Mass., who has been Miss Coombs’ guest, returned home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ames Williams and two little sons of the Battery left recent ly for Lake Winnepesaukee, where they are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Pow ers of Chestnut Hill, Mass., who are sum mering there. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wood and children left Friday for their home in Swamp scott, Mass., after a visit with relatives in this city. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Wood’s brother, William Beckett of Northport. Mrs. Norman A. Read, Mrs. H. H. Stevens and Mrs. Allan M. Howes were in Camden Friday to attend the auction party given by Bates College women for the million dollars fund. Mrs. Howes was one of the prize winners. Messrs. Read, Stevens and Howes joined them for sup per at the Camden Tea House. . ^ '■-*--- *- IVJL- _ School Dresses and Boys’ Suits 20% OFF on all Dresses and Suits for the remainder of August. Also as previously advertised: 29c. Hose 19c. 39c. Hose 29c. 59c. Hose 39c. while they last GEORGIE E. HALL, Church Street, Next Door to Bank i — — — p—i - -- % GIFTS THAT LAST 3 See the NEW things at THE^OLD STORE White and Green Gold Watches and Jewelry Rollem Garters, Sport Chains; Margarita and Sally Bracelets Cloisonne Enamels. FRED T. CHASE 25 Main Street (Established 1826) Telephone 34-11 PERSONAL David F. Hoxie of Auburn is the guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thom as D. Barr. Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Kilgore left Fri day to spend « two weeks vacation at Smithfield. Mrs. W. P. Thompson of Bangor arrived Saturday to visit her sister, Miss Mary H. Hilton. John Morrison of Brunswick is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Carrie Mcrrison, Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blaisdell have re turned from a few days visit with rela tives in Winterport. Miss Hazel Judkins of Uxbridge, Mass., ' arrived Wednesday as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bowker. Mrs. Bert Bradstreet of Palermo is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles E. Getchell, 156 High street Mr. A. S. Heal and like grandson, Maine Hills, Jr., are visiting relatives in Boston and Lexington, Macs. Forrest S. Wood, B. H. S. ’22, left re cently on a motor boat trip and plans to visit Boston before he returns. Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Patterson of East Lynn, Mass , are visiting Mrs. Rob ert Whitehead and other relatives. Miss Eleanor Hammond, has returned from a visit with her mother, Mrs. Evie Hammond, Rankin street, Rockland. Mr. and Mrs. Abram Sansom and daugh ter Kitty, who are spending the season at Islesboro, were in town the past two days on business. Mr. and Arthur W. Morse and Miss Feme Linneken left Sunday morning by sedan for a pleasure trip through the White Mountains. Mrs. Laura Belmer has returned to her home in Boston after spending three weeks in Maine. She was the recent guest of Mrs. Charles Thomas, Searsport avenue. Mibs Ruby I. Coombs of Lincolnville, Me., has registered for special courses at the Summer Session of Boston University. Miss Coombs is specializing in business English. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Richards of Dorchester, Mass., who are at lempie Heights, Inn for a vacation, were in Bel fast Thursday as guests of Orrin J. Dickey. . Horace B. Atkinson of Montville, well known in this city and recently graduated from the U. of M., is now in the drafting department of the State Highway Com mission at Augusta. Miss Annie L. Barr has arrived from Rumford Falls and is spending a vacation with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Thomas D. Barr, before taking up her duties as librarian of the Lewiston public library. Mrs. Harriet Buxton and daughter Margaret of Lynn, Mass., were in Belfast and Northport, the past week visiting re latives. They will sail August 26th on the S. r>. Rotterdam for a two years, trip abroad. Mrs. Edgar Trudeau and little daughter Winnefred have returned to their home in Arlington N. J., after a visit with the former’s sister. Miss Nellie RamadeU.at the home of Mr. and Mrs A. T. Dutch, Upper High street. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Wood, daugh ters Caroline and Helen and son Roland of Swampscott, Mass., arrived recently to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wood 97 Con gress street and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wood, Northport avenue. They made the trip by auto. Miss Helen Burgess has returned from Birre, Vt, where she has been the guest of her uncle, Riley Burgess and family, for the past few weeks. She motored through with her uncle and his family, and they are to spend two weeks at Northport Campground. vr. and Mrs. C. E. Stepensou and his mother, Mrs. Mary Patterson Stephen son, arrived last Friday from Detroit, Mich. They will Boend two weeks at Lake Quantabacook and will also visit Mrs. Mary Stephenson's sisters, Mrs. E. S. McDonald and Mrs. L. E. Pitcher. Henry W. Collins, who has been ill from shell shock since returning from France, where he was in active service in the 57th C. A C., was recently admit ted to the Parker Hill Hospital, Roxbury, Mass., for treatment. He has been treat ed by several specialists during the past few years. Hou. and Mrs. Hugh D. McLellan of Lexington and Boston, who have been touring in Europe for several weeks sailed from Liverpool Tuesday on the S. S. Pittsburg. In a recent note home Mrs. McLellan told of their thrilling experi ence in crossing the English Channel by airship in an eight-passenger plane. There were only three passengers on the trip which was made in two and one-half hours. They have bad a delightful trip. Tfceir daughter Janet is witn her grand parents, Hon. and Mrs. Clarence O Poor Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blaisdell left Sat urday with their house guests and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Blaisdell of Winterport for a week’s visit at the Kineo House In the party were Dr. and Mrs S. C. Blais dell, Mr. and Mrs C. O Blaisdell, Brook lyn, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Blaisdell, Winterport; Mr. and Mrs. George Bell and sons William and Walker, Bayrich, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Davis and son Philo and Mrs Frank L. Blais dell, Redbank, N. J.; Mr. George Blais dell, Bradford, Pa.; Mrs. W. C. Lewis and daughter Cora, Binghamton, N Y.;Mrs. J- W. Grayson and son Lincoln, Yonkers, N. Y.; Mrs. N. B. T. Barker, Woodland, Me.; Mrs. W. M. Thompson, Redbank, N. J.; Mrs. Milton Webber, Brooklyn, N. V; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Babcock, Miss Harriet Babcock and Mr Robeit Bab cock, Marysville, Tenn. The Republican Rally amd Baht Concert. The first rslly of the Repa^ liran party in the interest of the fall cam paign for Waldo County wiii be held in the Armory Thursday evening at 7.38» o’clock with a concert by the Belfast Band. The program it under the direc tion of Dr. Orris S. Vickery of the State committee and Hon. H. C. Buzzell of tbn District committee. Two of Maiae'n . most popular officials, .Gov. Percival P. Baxter and Congressman John E. Nelson, will speak; also Miss Edwards of Indiana * oje of the most gifted of our national women speakers. Remember the dats^ Thursday, August 17th, and be present. WHITE’S CORNER. WinterporC Mr.and Mrs.Syl vanus Ward were week end guests of A. G. Larby and family. Mrs. Julia White visited her Diece.Mrs. Charles Herrick in Swanville, a few day*. recently. W. G. Davis and family of Brewer: visited their son Herbert at G. H. York's*. Sunday T. M. Elisha Whitney|and family of Hampden Highlands, were recent guests of Mr. aa6 Mrs G. H. York. B. C. Ames and family of Orono, visit* ed at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wellman, Aug. 3. Mrs. Luelia Nickerson and Miss Con Parsons, of Swanville, visited their sister*. Mrs C. H. Libby, Aug. 13. Mrs. Jackson, a daughter and two loop of Montreal, are spending a few wee k» with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edmonds. Mrs. Florence Treat and Misa Nellie Treat of Chelsea, Mass., are spending that summer months at the Treat homestead. Amos Plummer, a native of this townj. but now of Los Angeles, Calif., has been a guest of his cousin, Hon. C. M. Conant. C. O. Whitney and daughter Alice at tended a Spiritualists meeting at the Maccabees hall in Hampden Sunday* Aug. 13. Mrs. Amos Conant and little daughter Virginia have gone to their home in Mon roe, after a visit with Mrs. Conant’s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Libby. Misa Estelle Nason, Home demonstra tor for Waldo County called on aevera 1 ladies in t-iis vicinity, last week, in tbe interests of the ladies department of. the Farm Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowe and Captaic.i Benjamin Lowe cf the village, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Learned of Roxbuiyy Maas., were Sunday guests of C. B. Jewett and family. Mrs. C. C Clements returned to her home, Aug. 12, from the E. M. G. Hospi tal. Her nurse accompanied her for ■ week’s stay, Mrs. Clements maay friends are glad to know that she is making s. satisfactory recovery. Recent callers at Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jewett’s were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Scribner, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Scrib ner and five children and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Veazie of Searsport; Herbert Scribner and daughter of Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scribner of Bangor; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dutch of Belfast and Miss Lillian Scribner of Jamaica Plaina MOKKILL. Mr. and Mrs. James Mears are spend ing a few days at their Belmont home. Eddie Rich of Kockport was -the gup s of Mrs. Gracie Bowen Saturday night. Mrs Nellie Thompson Morgan will oc cupy the pulpit Sunday, August 20th. Mrs. C. B. Knowlton of Liberty has been visiting her daughters, Mrs. lieorge Low and Mrs. Ernest Bowen, the past week. Mrs. Nathan Hunt passed a few days in Camden with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hunt recently. Merle’s many Morrill friend-, offer congratulations upon the birth of their little daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Wiggin and Mrs. Silas Storer of Lawrence, Mass. r and Mr. Oscar Storer and daughter Eliz abeth of Melrose, Mass., are stopping for a few weeks at their cottage at River side, and called upon old friends in townt Thursday and Friday of last week. While in town they were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Fred Morgan and Mrs. Gracie Bow en. The Coal Situation Last week there appeared in the columns of the Journal a statement asking the people of Belfast ro notify me through the mail, stating the number of tons of coal they needed to carry tnem until! April 1. A great many people have misunder stood this notice. I am not interested in coal distribution and have nothing what ever to do with that I am simply serv ing as a member of an advisory commit tee with Governor Baxter. My object is to find out, if possible, through the mail, bow many tons of coa£ are needed for Belfast, and it is absolute ly necessary to get this informations through the mail, if it is to be of any uae whatever. My intention was to tabulate this list ivin? the names and anuunt of coal! wanted, using such a list wi h the State fuel administrator in an eifort to get an adequate supply for Belfast, and 1 would be very glad to do this if the citizens of Belfast will take interest enough to give this informatian through the mail. Do not call by phone or tell me in any other way except through the mail, as I need your signature as much as the in formation. Yours truly, O E Frost \ StitcIierTWanted —AT— PULLMAN’S PANTS FACTORS Bridge St., Belfast. Apply at once. BANKING We have the inclination, the organization, the facilities and the Financial Responsibility to give the most efficient Service to the public. We cordially invite you to bank with us. Waldo Trust Company (7he Community bank) BELFAST BROOKS CA8TINE UNITY