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011 Quality and Prices and beat him on Service Goodrich SILVER. TOVS N CORDS in every size, including 30x31.;. GOODRICH FAB RICS including the f .1 m o u s new low priced Good rich *'55” 30 x 31 2 clincher. Come to us and you’ll get fair prices on Good* rich Silvertowns or Goodrich fabrics—fresh, new stock with a lot of life and long wear in every tire. Better yet—you'll go away feeling that you’ve been treated right—that everyone here is anxious to please you and that you’ll want to come back when you need another tire or tube. Come in soon.. B. O. NORTON Sales Ford Service Goodrich Tires HIGH ST., BELFAST, ME. CENTER MONTVILLE Carney Shure has bought a new car. Mr. Newell of Portland is the guest of 1 son, Oliver Newell. The Ross’ have returned to Boston, iking Miss Marguerite MacPherson with kml M. M. Wentworth is in Belfast doing me carpenter work for Ralph J. Thomp n, Edward R. West of Somerville, Mass., a bought the L. T. Foster farm and ken possession. Mrs. Franklin Sherer and little girl of cklaud have been visiting Mr. and 1. M. R. Rogers. [rs. E. G. Clement of Mattapan, who been the guest of Mon. and Mrs. J. J. ment, has gone to Vassalboro. Irs. Olive L. Bartlett of Newton Cen , Mass , has been the guest of Mr. and i. Clifton Morse and other old neigh Mr and Mrs E. O. Clement have re rned to Pittsfield. They were guests of r. and Mrs. J. F. Ramsay at South Dntville. Mrs. F. A. Luce and her guests, Mr. d Mrs. Daniel Ross and son Allen of is'.on went to W’aterville recently to lit Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Brann. Mrs. Charles T. French, Mrs. Arthur Atwood of Lowell, Mass., and Mrs. the Tibbetts of Belfast were in town igust 6 calling on some of their many ends. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jackson recently Urtained Mrs. G. F. Dinsmore of N'ew fct, Mrs. Anna and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood kson of Pittsfield, George L. Edmunds Morrill, C. A. Knowlton and family of ertyaud Mrs. Mabel Bowker of Spring d, Mass. he Frank A. Cushman homestead has n sold to Edward G. Clement of Mat ao, Mass. He is to make many nges and repairs on the buildings, s is good news, as it has looked very Ely to all of us to see this good farm iccupied. lr. and Mrs. Carney Shure have been Ertaining Dr. G. A. Langbard, Ben. chner and son, Ivan Paul, Louis Bern u and Max Stern, all of Philadelphia; rris Bronstein and son Philip of Bos ; and Dr Gabriel Mendelsohn of okline, Mass. abury S. Clement of Bangor, who re ied fatal injuries August 1st when the motive on which he was firiDg, w.is •tied in Brewer, was born here, the of Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Clement of worth. All extend sympathy to the ow and children and the bereaved snts, who lived here many years, he of our good old citizens, William lley asker, passed away in Water E July 31st He and his wife left here rly two years ago to make their home • Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Carter The tril was at Mr. Carter’s home Wed lay and the body was brought here lame day for interment in Greenwood letery, where a brief service was con led by Rev. Mrs. Nathan Hunt of Till. Among those attending from of town were Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Ion of Knox; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. ler and Mr, and Mrs. A. P. McFar lof Waterville; and E. A. Ramsay of lalow. Mr. Tasker was 91 years of June 8th. He leaves a daughter, t H. S. Bantou of Knox, and a broth Spollord J. of this town, who is 88 fa of age. Mammy was an Artist ■ gracious southern lady was enter ing guests at dinner. Each dish out on the preceding one in exquisite *>nd appearance. At last a wonder lemon pie was served, heaped with len meringue, beautifully decorated k dainty scallops, row upon row. The its were lavish in their praises and lly the hostess called for the colored nmy cook, who appeared, round, jk and glistening. How did you scallop that wonderful °n pie so beautifully, Mammy?” ask •ne enthusiastic lady, t-aw, honey, dat’a easy ” bean ed ®my, "I done it, wif ma false teefl” 'ASTORIA For Infants and Children U*e For Over 30 Years '•ja bears ^ KNOX KILHjE. Mrs. Sarah Vose is gaining very slowly. Mrs. Celia Richards of Boston, Mass , is visiting Mrs. Bessie Ingraham. Mrs. Eliza Vose of Liberty visited her daughter, Mrs. E. T. Bessey, recently. Nearly every one finished haying Sat urday and several have been to Searsport blueberrying. Mr. Henry Clark and family of Water ville were supper guests of his mother, Susie Ingraham, August 5. Mr. George A. Ingraham passed peace fully to the great beyond Aug. 1, after a lingering illness and much suffering, at the age of nearly 76 years. He leaves a wife, one son, John W. Ingraham, and three grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Sarah Vose; two brothers, Isaac Ingra ham and C. B. Ingraham, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service was held at Ins late home Thursday at 2 o’clock. The services were in charge of W. A. Thompson. Mr. Davis and Mr. John Burns spoke words of comfort. Mrs. C. W. Wescott of Belfast rendered a selection, The Beautiful Isle of Some where. There were many handsome floral tributes. The interment was in the local j cemetery in the family lot. A Boy’s Composition “n Ducks. — The Duck is a low, heavy-set bird com posed mostly of meat, bill and feathers. His head rests on one end and he sets on the other. There ain’t no between to his toes and he carries a toy baloon in his stomach to keep from sinking. The duck has only two legs and they are set so far back on his running gear that they come durn near missing his body. Some ducks w ten they are big are call ed drakes. Drakes don’t nave to set or hatch, just loaf, or go swimming and eat. If 1 had to be a duck I’d rather be a drake every time. HALLDALE. Mrs. Delia E. Wyman of Taunton, Mass., has been visiting friends here. Miss Daisy Dixon has gone to Thomas ton on her vacation. Mrs. E. D. Eldred of Boston has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Martin Whitten. Transfers in Real Estate The following transfers in real estate were recorded in the Waldo County Reg istry of Deeds for the week ending Aug. 6, 1922: Clarence Sturtevant, Bridgewater, Mass., to Priscilla S. Knight, Camden; land and buildings in Lincoinville. Ralph F. Darby, Belfast, to Myrtle M. Jenkins and Dora Brown, do.; land and buildings in Swanville. Lynwood B. Thompson, Belfast, to Colby A. Racklille, do.; land and build ings in Belfast. Joseph A. Marden, Swanville, to Henry L. Reynolds, Brooks; land in Swanville. Fred A. Robbins, Belfast, to Raymond Collins, do.; land in Northport. Annie M. Crocker, Winterport, to Wal ter S. Clarke, do.; land in Winterport. Ella F. Mitchell, Waldo, to Winlield S. Edminster, Jr., Belfast; land in Waldo and Brooks. Hattie E. Cunningham, Belfast, to Frank C. Cunningham, do.; laud in Montville. Frederick L. Black, Frankfort, to Fred T. Jarrett, Searsport; land in Searsport and Frankfort. PRIPtT. Mr. Ralph Shepard is spending his va cation in town. Mrs. Brush and daughter, Miss Kath leen, are guests of Mr. John Brush. Capt. Charles Williams is at home for a few weeks, while his vessel makes a short trip. Mrs. Warren Hibbert and daughter Elizabeth of Brighton, Mass., are guests of Mrs. Hibbert’s sister, Mrs. Rudolph Hatch. Mrs. Harold Johnson and three chil dren of .Waltham, Mass., are guests of Mrs Johnson’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Coombs. The F. B. Sewing Circle will hold their annual fair Aug. 17th, afternoon and evening. Mrs. Fannie Trimm will give an entertainment. Mrs. R. A. Warren and daughter Helen have returned to their home in Hartford, Conn., after spending the month of July with Mrs. Warren’s mother, Mrs. E. G. .Coombs. MAN WALKED ON TIPPING SIDEWALKS Worst Forms ot Heat Exhaustion and Summer Ills Overcome All Over America by GOLDINE, Great Tropical Yong-Gona Tonic During the hot summer months or immediately there after, thousands of people have peculiar and alarming feelings that worry them and which they cannot understand or have satisfactorily explained. They are dizzy, epressed, sick to the stomach, cannot sleep, have a fear that something is going to happeu and are so fagged out they don’t know what to do. Al| such ills are due to the oppressive ellect of summer on the nervous system —heat exhaustion. Sunstroke I got deathly sick to mystomacl1 and was all used up. When 1 did sleep, I dreamed awful dreams. Finally I tried a bottle of G°fd ne Tonic and Nervine. After taking three bottles, I am en tirely recovered, leep fine, back to work and have not been bothered siuce. Goldine sure is the only remedy for your nerves ” GOLDINE is a registered formula of 14 ofthe world’s choicest medicinal herbs. This Great Tropical Y o n g - Gona Tonic is America’s recognized is often fatal there is no time oi me year you need GOLDINE Tonic and Nerv ine, the Great Tropical Youg-Gona Tonic, so much as now tostrengthen your nerves and avoid these ills. “From the heat I had terrible attacks of dizziness,” I’eter Lefebles, Cohoes, tells, “and nothing I took or no doctor ing I did seemed to help me. It kept me out of work for mouths. When I would try to walk, the sidewalk would seem to tip and the scenery move before my eyes, (marked symptoms of heat exhauston). I ! could neither walk nor eat when this ter rible nervous feeling would overcome me Ffree trial TO YOU-1 JP TO YOU TO PKCIPB_WjONT NOW Ut la hm rniOm ■iiiiSSi wm Mr ta I Mark your ailments. Remember we do not use one medicine for everythin*, fill In and null to GOLDINE MFC. Cosine. aiauuaiu nave icilieuy iui summer ills. Nature grows Yong-Gona Root in the hot climate of the Fijian South Sea Islands for that very purpose, wh re it,has been used for centuries for heat prostration, stomach disorders and bowel troubles. The Reference Hand book. of Medical Science says, “It has been employed with decided success.” Get you bottle today—get well—keep healthy and happy this summer. Making Yong-Gona Tonic In contrast to the crude Fijian grating of Yong-Gona Root with stones, infusiug it with water in a bowl and straining through hibiscus bark fibers, the latest scientific methods prevail in the greet GOLDINE Laboratory. Exp ert chemists, huge extractors and percolators, filtering the medicines as clear as wine, and in genious bottling machines make GOLD INE GOLDINE Remedies are sold in Belfast by A. A. Howes & Co. and Wm. O. Poor & Son; Brooks by A. R. Pilley; Dark Harbor by C. E. Danfield; Searsport by F. E. Whitcomb & son; Stockton Springs by W. F. Trundy, Unity by C B. Mitch ell; WTinterport by Mrs. F. C. Atwood. MAJOR ELIAS O. LIBBY Major Elias D. Libby, whose death oc curred July 18th at St. Paul, Minnesota, enlisted the latter part of 1862 as a mem ber of the 6lh Maine Battery, commanded by Freeman McGilvery of Searsport. His service the first year was as clerk for Captain McGilvery, which duty, caring for the company records in the march, did not give him an opportunity to show his lighting Qualities or gratify his am bition for promotion, he therefore applied for active service with the battery, which had made a fine record in its various ac tions, and young Libby had his baptism of battle at Gettysburg, where he was placed on the front line of McGilvery’s artillery brigide, with a guidon or mark er in his hands to keep all the battery on the line during the terrific cannonade that preceded Pickett’s charge He was recommended for a li.utenancy by Col. | McGilvery, but Captain Dow then in command of the battery was from Port land and favored Portland men when a vacancy occurred. When Dow left the service and Lieut. William H. Rogers of Stockton succeeded to the command he made Libby a 2nd Lieutenant, who par ticipated as such in the final campaign against Lee. He was in active business in company with his father in Stockton in ship furnishings and with so many other young men that the town could ill afTord to lose, was driven to seek busi ness elsewhere by the collapse of ship building. He located in St. Paul, Minne : ota, and very soon became active in public affairs. Prominent and active in G. A. R. circles he was placed on the staff of Governor Merriam with the rank of Major, and some years later wn elect ed Adjutant General of the State. He was for many years an attache of the sheriffs office. His older brother, George W. Libby, who was in business in Stock ton as member of the firm of Mudgett, Libby & Griffin located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and was a leading building contractor there for 10 yearB, where he died a few years ago. MONROE CENTRE Many farmers are nearly through hay ing, and all report a good crop. Mrs. Nellie Donnelly of Portland is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelley fora few days. Miss Elizabeth Webber of Plainslield, New Jersey, is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Webber. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bailey and daugh ter Gwendolyn visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith and family of Waldo re cently. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Nado and son Clarence of Franklin Park, Mass., ar rived at the home of Mrs John Nado on July 30th for a two weeks’ vacation. Mrs. Robert Nado and her daughter Harriet, who have been spending the past two weeks with Mrs. John Nado, have returned to their home in Dorches ter, Mass._ UNBURN As a preventive, apply Vicks as a salve before going into the sun. Rub well in. To relieve the burn, apply Vicks lightly. Do not rub in. Shore Property FOR SALE within walking distance of the town. It includes a cottage house suitable for use the year round, and about an acre of land with good apple trees. Inquire of THE JOURNAL OFFICE FINE HONE m SALE Two story, modern frame house. 8 rooms. City water, 1 4 acre of land. Situated on Northport avenue, 1 3-4 mile from post office. Excellent summer or year round dwelling. MAURICE W. LORD tf4> Hayford Block. Belfast, Mo. Kodak i Finishing 24 TO 36 HOURS M. A. COOK’S STUDIO | Belfast, Me. We sell Films ■ ORRIN J. DICKEY Insurance Fire, Liability, Automobile PYTHIAN BLOCK. Phone 316-3 The Circlet it more then a Brassiere. It's Self-Adjusting, and simply slips over the head, clasps at the waist and under arm, and smooths out ugly lines. if your dealer can *t get it, eend actual buet meaeure, name, addreee and $1.00* We‘lt eend the Circlet pre paid* Sixee 34 to 48. Nemo Hygienic-Fashion Institute 120 East 16th St.. New York. Dep t M. Dumb Animals NEW BOOK, 300 page*, on tare and treatment of Dumb Animal*— Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs and Poultry, with Humphreys’ Veterinary I Medicines, mailed free. A.A. Far Fevers, Congestion and Inflammation B B For Diseases of the Tendoni or Ligameatl C C For Diseases of the Git nils D 0 For Worm Diseases E.E For Oiseases of the Air Passaqeo F F For Colic. Spasmodic or Wind Colic G G Prevenls Miscarriage H.H For Disorders ol the Kidneys and Bladder I I For Cutaneous Oisease or Eruptions J.K For Oiseases of Digestion «0c. each. at Drug Stores or mailed. Ill 'irnREYs' Homeopathic Meoicine Co™ 166 Y. llliam Street, New York. HUMPHREYS’ Witch Hazel Ointment (Comp.) “The Pile Ointment** Sample Mailed Free Humphreys’ II<>mh>pathic Meuzoimb CO* 160 william Street, New York, kinglet We have a full line of shingles in our yard on Primrose street at reasonable prices, delivered without charges. MILTON B. HILLS Tel. 205 Did You Smile This Morning? *'A smile a day Keeps the doctor away** Finest for sick headache, sour stomach, bilious liver, constipa ted bowels. Quick, don’t sicken or gripe. Take tonight for a morning smile. All Druggists W.L. COOK Undertaker Licensed Embalmer License 377. Belfast, Maine. Tel. 61-3 --- Special Notice We wish to inform the public that w« are doing business all the time and if you wish to buy or sell real estate of any kind we would be pleased to talk with you. E. A. STROUT Farm Agency, ROY C. FISH, Local Manager, Room’2, Odd Fellows’ Block, Belfast, Me tf47i fcSSsS RS5 1 \-asrsi^=—\ \ aches. , bad stomach £ 1 q The 1*"°“^^ nothing W“ | | should be 1 1 than pennanen , ^ upon the | \ q The tight s'medy ^.he blood. | \ hningsoltherto»ach.^u ^s l 1 aid in easting o _ bodily luncbon. V \ and strengthen every ^ ^ple who | 1 q The Urge num ^ Hartman's B \ have *“^11 recommendedlorJl | \ “‘ie -domemen.lor 1 Ipe-ru-nAI rSgS-J Furniture and general storing at De Lemos’, Eaton Block, ftiah Street. Photographing In all its branches. Picture Framing. De Lemos, Eaton Block, DIAMONDS GOLD and SILVER BOUGHT at De Lomos’, Eaton Block, High Street. SINCE 1882 At 72 Main Street, Belfast. Charles R. Coombs Undertaker Trucking 1 am prepared to do all kinds of truck ng. Furniture and piano moving a specialty. Leave orders at the stable, corner of Main and Cross streets, and they will receive prompt attention. Telephone connection. W. W. BLAZO & SON, 126 W aldo Avenue, Belfast. I Goodrich new tire prices —lowest cost mileage ever known The new base line tire prices established by Goodrich, effective July 20th, give motorists a definite guide to tire prices as Goodrich Tires are the definite standard of Tire quality. They know now they can buy the very best tire— the one quality Silvertown—the tire that has i always held its leadership because — it wears longer, looks better, and because, mileage con sidered, it costs less than any other tire at any price. Dealers have been quick to point out to their customers the big advantage and economy of buying Silvertown Cords at such base line prices as these: CI7P base LINE SIZE baseline SIAC PRICE “ PRICE 30 x 3* CL $13.50 34 x 4 S. B. $30.85 31x3.85 Cl. 15.95 32x4*“ 37.70 30 x 3* S. B. 15.95 33 x 4* “ 38.55 32x3* “ 22.95 34x4* “ 39.50 31x4 “ 26.45 35x4*“ 40.70 32 x 4 “ 29.15 33 x 5 “ 46.95 33 x 4 “ 30.05 35 x 5 “ 49.30 New base line prices are also effective on Goodrich Fabric Tires CT7T? BASELINE SIZE BASELINE SLAB PRICE PRICE 30 x 3 “55” $9.65 32 x 4 «&&> $21.20 30 x 3* “55” 10.65 33 x 4 “ 22.35 32 x 3* (gg-,ffT) 16.30 34 x 4 “ 22.85 No extra charge for excise tax. This tax is paid by Goodrich See your dealer, and place your order NOJV for your Goodrich tire requirements. THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER CO., Akro., c:,i. SILVERTOWN CORDS FABRICS TUBES ACCESSORIES The "any time” dr ink , t Clicquot Club Ginger Ale is one * beverage that is good at meal-times , and between. The time to drink it is any time you want it. I*. (cnii»m . 'f I I Gtato I | C^CER^lx l jMJ«cqno< qjl>Co.**» »m I There is nothing that is not pure and good in Clicquot. The water is drawn from springs. The ginger is the best that is grown on the island of Jamaica. Fruit juices and other ingredients equally pure make the happy blend, the delightful taste. They all like it. Get Clicquot by the case for home use. If you want variety, you can buy Clicquot Club Ginger Ale, Sarsapa rilla, Birch Beer and Root Beer. THE CLICQUOT CLUB CO. Millis, Mass., U. S. A. GINGER ALE i-^ -Results Count THE PIONEER CHIROPRACTOR Georgia A. Davis 80 MAIN STREET Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 9 to 11 o’clock A. ML CHICHESTER S PILLS $OLJBYD«)GffiSBP*i*,«W FOR SALE Low or ice second nand parlot and kitchen stoves, J. AUSTIN AfcKEEN. Room to Let -AT 26 CEDAR 8TREET WANTED Second Hand Kitchen Range State price first.letter. Box 185, Belfast, Maine? Dr. A, M. Lothrop DENTIST Colonial Theatre Building TELEPHONE 336-3 27tf WANTED^T^tMS openiug for a LIVE WIRE salesman in mirr locality. Yon can make big monay if yog are a hustler. Corns in and aae ua. No lot ten answered. Proposition is too good tor any thing bat a personal intarviaw. GERJUSB ft. SMITH, No. IS Sihrar St., Watarville, Mnlaa. TO LET A Furnished Room Apply at Journal Office.