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Early morning breakfast served from buffet.
Lake Clear for Paul Smith's, I-oon Lake, an.
nnectinns at .Albany '
Dining car Springfield to Ho:
olher Northern .Adirondack points
For additional Tr
The Adirondack Mountain Health and Pleasure Resorts
■ Four I'rack Se
cunt of their accessibility, marvelous climate, varyine altitude pure sprinf wat«r. pi.
spruce, and balsam forests, and dry. bracing air.
' No. 5, entitled "Adirondack Mountains and How to Reach Then,," m:,v be secured hy enclosiuB M..n„.
A. S. HANSON, General Passenger Agent, Boston, Mass.
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and Montreal; in the West they start from Chicago,
Peoria, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, con-
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the great transportation systems of America
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For a copy of "AMERICA'S SUMMER RESORTS," which is No. 3 of the New York Central's " Kour Track
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inclusive, send a two-cent stamp to George H. Daniels, Manager General Advertising Department New York
Central Railroad,' Grand Central Station, New York
C. F. DALY, Passenger Traffic Manager. New York
Oil Wednesday, August 15th, A. H. Feiin
played an exhibition match with A. G. Green, the
professional of The Samoset at Rociiiaiid, Me.
Green was not playing as well as usual, and Fenn
played almost perfect golf with the exception of
the 5tli hole on the second rnniid, when he drove
out of bounds and it cost him 7 for the hole.
A 4 on the hole, which is l)ogIe, u mild ha\e broken
Fenn won the match AND KAII.KOAH llONDS
«a EXCH.VNCil-: Stiii-.kt
PORTLAND, .M .V I N K
Correct clothes for warm weatliur wt-ii
Haskell & Jones
Monument Sq., PORTLAND). Me.
The principal hotels have made great improve-
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unusually prosperous season, and the indications
now are that 1906 in the Adirondack Mountains
will be the greatest season ever known.
1 ne JNIew Y ork vjentral J_/ines take you to tne
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Kor a copy of New York Central Lines Four- Track Series No. 20, "The Adirondack Mountains
and How to Reach Them," send a two-cent stamp to George H. Daniels, Manager, General Advertising
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C. F. DALY
Passenger Traffic Manager
W. J. LYNCH
Passenger Traffic Manager
[Golf— Continued from page 11]
III tlio afternoon the ;t\vo teams played a best
liall team matcli, Nassau system of scoring ; Poland
winning t 4. Tlie scores were :
Best Ball Team Match
POLAND SPUING TEAM VS. SAMOSKT TEAM
Foiin and Dixon SiUilslniry and Storrs 1
fliick andC. Lindsay 3 (ircen and Heybnrn
Palmer and Pettit " 3 F. .1. P)r(i\vii ami Davis
.1. C. Liinlsav and
KUiott and K.io
Barrett :nid Hill ■>
() C'aldui-llandF.P.rowii 1
Oil Friday. August ITtli. iheie \v;is a hidii-s'
tdnrnaiiuMil fur the cham|ii(nishi|) and the Samuel
lvrrscii|i; the cili) to he won three times by one
persiiii tn liiTdine side owner; the winiuM- eaidi vear
t„ receive a gnid iiu-dal and name iiiserilied ,,ii" eui,
and to h.dd the cliainiiioiisliip fur the ye;ir. .Miss
FInrenee Avers won after |. laving sj.lendid golf
thriinghoiit the Iniiiiiameiit. The scores were as
i\liss Florence Ayers 4.S 42 '.10
Miss Pies.sie Fenn 52 4 7 ll'.» (withdrew)
i\liss Martrnerite Peltit 55 4.S 103
Mrs. W, 11. Lord 53 51 104
Miss Louise Flkiiis 51 55 lOti
IMiss Constant Johnson 55 53 lOS
Mrs. H P. Di.xon oS 55 113
Miss Helen 15. Fay 57 05 122
Miss Mabel Chick 64 5.S 122
FirM Ilomnl Match Plaij
Miss Ayers beat Miss .Johnson 5 up 4.
Mrs. Lord beat Miss Fay 1 np 19 holes.
Miss F^lkins beat Miss Chiek 1 np.
Miss Pettit beat Mrs. Dixon 4 up 3.
Miss Ayers beat Mrs. Lord 8 np 7.
Miss Elkins beat Miss Pettit 3 up 2.
Miss Florence Avers beat Miss M. Pettit 5 np4.
A game of baseball, played August 17th, between
the guests and the bell boys, resulted in a victory
for the bell boys, who won by a score of 7 to 1.
The only run scored by the guests was made by
Elkins. The game attracted a large number of
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A liirofe party on horseUack and in automobiles
rode to Sabbathday Lake, Wednesday afternoon.
Twelve riders were in the saddle, and in the tour-
ing cars were others to the number of thirty-four.
A pleasant ride through the wood roads was fol-
lowed by a picnic supper on arrival of the party at
the lake. After the supper the return trip was
made by a route differing from the course taken on
the way to the lake.
Those who took the ride in the saddle were :
Mrs. S. W. Iimian, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm N.
Fay, Miss Helen B. Fay, Miss Florence N. Ayers,
Miss Constant .Tohnson, Miss Helen Joiinson,
Miss Louise B. Elkins, Miss Natalie 0. Fox, Mr.
Edward King Jr., Mr. Charles C. Lindsay, Mr.
George VV. Elkins .Ir.
The automobile division included : Mrs. W. H.
Lord, Miss M. G. Dexter, Miss Lucy Woodworth,
Miss Effie A. Bagnell, Miss Eleanor Lindsay,
Miss R. Longley, Miss Beatrice Clark, Mrs. John
Fowler, Miss Emily Lockwood, Miss Marguerite
Pettit, Miss Florence Peterson, Miss Helen Tay-
lor, Miss Katherine Shaw, Miss Marie Taylor,
Miss Pvlsie Shaw, Miss Mildred Lindsay, Mr. and
Mrs. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller,
Miss DuBose, Mr. F. H. Shipe, Mr. John F.
Russell Jr., Mr. R. A. Elliott, Mr. Watson, ISIr.
William C. Chick, Mr. Philip H. Lindsay, Mr.
Howard Holton, Mr. H. Rumsey Green, Robert
A. Bagnell, Mr. W. S. Ginnel, Mr. John Holton,
Mr. J. G. Lindsay, Mr. C. A. Corliss.
Presented by Mrs. J. C. Simpson
The Triitli Al.out Toln.a; by Bertha Runkle
St. C'uthherts; l)y R. E. Knowles
Lucy of the Stars; by Frederick Palmer
Presented by Miss Lillian Smith
t'tiniston; liy Winston Churchill
Presented by Mrs. E. J. Stellwagen
The Master Muinmer; by E. Phillips Oppenbeim
Presented by Mrs. James Elliott
The Wheel of Life; by Ellen Glasgow
The Call of the Wild; by Jack London
Presented by Mrs. H. P. Dixon
Breakers Ahead; by A. Maynard Harbour
Presented by Mrs. E. S. Pike
The Scholar's I>aughter; by Beatrice llarraden
Presented by Mrs. H. F. Veith
The Voice of the People; by Ellen Glasgow
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■piNEHURST has four hotels under one general management,
with prices varying from S4.00 per day upwards. Fifty-two
Cottages, a Casino and a splendid Preparatory School under the
direction of Mr. A. G. Warren, Head Master.
The Two Best Golf Courses in the South, and Country
Club make Pinehurst the Winter Golfing Center of the United
States. Frequent tournaments.
35,000 Acre Shooting Preserve for the e.xclusive use of
patrons of Pinehurst. Trained dogs, guides, and shooting wagons
at reasonable charges. Rest quail shooting in North Carolina.
Tennis Courts. — Six fine Tennis Courts. Frequent tourna-
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sanitary conditions are absolutely perfect and aje under expert supervi
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ART. ONLY ART
SUPPOSE for a moment, that you vveut to
Paris, and visited the Louvre ; suppose you
visited India, and went to Agra ; suppose you
went to England, and visited London ; and on
your return from these phices you were asked
about tlie Venus de Jlilu, the Taj Mahal, and the
Tower of London, and you were forced hi honesty
to reply that when you were in these various places
you did not see either of tiiose interesting features,
wiiat would your intelligent inquirer thiuk of you?
Now that is a serious question.
Duriug the winter season, Boston, New York,
Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Cliicago, and some other
cities hold very excellent exhibitions of paintings.
Were you invited to a private view on the night
before the opening to the paying public, you would
doubtless accept and find much to enjoy.
Whose pictures would von be quite sure to find
there? Why, Tarbell, Volk, Hensoii. Ueckwilh,
Brown, Du MdiuI, Woodbury, Foster, Weir,
Enneking, Saxton, Kronberg, Jones, Chapnum,
Hassam, Gallison, Hale, Fry, Franzen, Currier,
Dean, Cooper, Caliga, etc., etc.
Suppose you were to come to Poland Spring,
and visited the Maine Slate Building, and on your
return you were asked to give some information