whom has resided in Spa for several years. The
principal streets of the town were gay with flags,
tlie "Stars and Stripes" being, of eourse, well to
the fore, and in the evening the park was brill-
iantly illuminated, the word "Amerique" show-
ing up well at the far end of the AII6e de Sept
Heures, opposite the main entrance. The ordi-
nary Wednesday night's classical concert was sup-
plemented by some songs, which were rendered
with much taste and feeling by Mile. Gabrielle
VVybauw. Both at the commencement and at the
conclusion of the concert, the American national
airs were played, during which the whole of the
large audience stood. After the concert Mr.
Phelps Koop presented handsome bouquets to
Mme. A. Peltzer, wife of the burgomaster, and to
Mme. Le Maire De Warzee, whose husband is
Directeur des Fetes.
The following is the text of a telegram which
was sent to President Roosevelt on Wednesday
morning: "The town of Spa and the American
colony are celebrating the glorious Fourth, and join
in sending you their respectful greetings on this
Auguste Peltzer, Burgomaster ; Godfrey Phelps
Koop; Eugene Jackson Koop, — members 'Sons
American Revolution.' "
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. liolton, Mr. J. M. Holton
and H. C. Holton of Philadelphia returned to the
Poland Spring House on July 27th.
One of the busiest places on Ricker Hill, the
past week, has been the Notinan Photograph
Company's Studio here. It behooves one to make
their appointments early, for the appreciation of
their class of work is universal. The photographs
taken of one's friends give the best test' and if you
have friends, some of them must have sat for these
successful operators. Not to have done so, is to
have let a good opportunity slip by.
J. A. J. WILCOX
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make it especially valuable for all facial irritation, rough or chapped
skin, sun- and wind-burn, blistering and peeling of the hands or
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30 West St., PORTLAND, ME. ^=^=-^~^!.
Miss Shaw of Wayae, Pa , is at tlie Poland
Mrs. J. P. Tuttle of New York is at the Polanil
Mr. Richard E. Ashenden of Boston is at tlie
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Clemenson of Pittsburg
were here for a few days.
Mrs. E. M. Campbell of Phihidelphia has joined
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ross Campbell.
Mr. H. D. P'loyd of Boston registered at the
Poland Spring House on Tuesday.
Captain John S. Crane of Woburn returned to
the JNIansion House on August 1st.
Mr. Thomas F. Bell of Philadelphia arrived at
the Poland Spring House on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. liing of Quincy, Mass., have
returned to the Poland Spring House.
Judge Samuel Utley and Mrs. Utley of Worces-
ter, Mass., are at the Mansion Hou.se.
Mrs. R. J. Holmes and Mrs. G. F. Bushnell of
Brooklyn, N. Y., are at the Mansion House.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Berlin of New York
arrived at the Poland Spring House on August Isl.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Danielson of Providence,
returned to the Poland Spring House on Wednes-
day, August 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Baker of East Orange, N.
J., were among the Poland Spring House arrivals
Mr. H. Wetherby of Englewood, N. J., was
among the arrivals at the Mansion House on
Tuesday, July .31st.
Mrs. C. Roberts and Miss A. M. Holman of
Boston arrived at the Poland Spring House on
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Coleman and Miss
Coleman of Brooklyn returned to the Mansion
House on August 1st.
Mrs. Mary H. F. Wood, Miss Mabel F. Wood
and Bliss Helen A. Francis of Cambridge are at
the Poland Spring House.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fay, Miss Fay and Mrs.
Roper of Boston returned to the Poland Spring
House on Wednesday, August 1st.
Mrs. R. Frederic Taylor, Mi.ss Taylor and Miss
Helen Taylor Worcester, Mass., returned to the
Poland Spring House on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. H. Hunt of Port Chester, and Mrs. J.
R. Gangrure of Fulton, N. Y., arrived at the
Poland Spring House on Wednesday, August 1st.
Miss Little of Philadelphia is at the Poland
Mrs. F. B. Holmes of Brockton is at the Poland
Miss Julia E. Woodbury of Boston is at the
Poland Spring House.
Mrs. A. G. Curtis of South Orange, N. J., is
at the Poland Spring House.
Mrs. W. H. Clark and Miss Beatrice Clark of
New York are at the Poland Spring House.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tingue of New York were
among the arrivals at the Poland Spring House on
Mrs. William Chalfant and Miss Jennie D.
Chalfant of Kennet Square, Pa., are at the Poland
Mr. C. E. Crouse and Mrs. Grouse of Syracuse,
N. Y., were among the Poland Spring House
arrivals on Wednesday, August 1st.
Mrs. Thomas F. Shaw, Miss Elsie Shaw and
Miss Katherine .Shaw of New York returned to
the Poland Spring House on Wednesday.
Hon. William P. Frye of Lewiston, Maine, and
his daughter, Mrs. F. H. Brings, registered at the
Poland Spring House on Wednesday, August 1st.
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The principal hotels have made great improve-
ments during the past winter anticipating an
unusuallv prosperous season, and the indications
now are that 1906 in the Adirondack Mountains
will be the greatest season ever known.
1 Ke JNew York Cientral J_/ines take you to tne
A^Jirondack .Mountains from Hvery Uirection
For a copy of New York Central Lines 1
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On Saturday, July iStli, thirteen of tlic I'drllaiid
golf team arrived at Poland to play a niatcli wiih
the Poland team. Much interest was taken in the
scores as they were finishing and the result was in
doubt until the last scores were in. The Nassau
system of scoring was used, which was as follows:
one point for the winner of the first nine holes, one
point for the second nine and one point fur the nialcli.
When ten matches had finished they wrrc all cvlmi.
but the last three matches the Poland players each
scored Ji points each which gave tl
result: Poland "23, Portland u'i
The result of the individual inalches wei-(
Dr. W. S. Harban 2
Paul Harrison .i
F. S. Lavng n
S. II. Harris .1
I. B. .lolnison :;
J. H. Hirl