d prominent churches. Perfect quiet,
> and s minutes from Hack Hay stationit
Greenleaf & Barnes
HERBERT H. BARNES, Mgr.
AMOS BARNES. Prop.
''America's Finest Cars''
Maine Motor Carriage Co.
Garage Cor. Free and South Streets. Open Day and Night
40-45 H. P.
One Year Guaranty
60-65 H. P.
The 40-45 H. V. TOURING CAR is Guaranteed a Speed of
60 Miles an Hour, with regular equipment.
The 60 H. V. CAR is Guaranteed 70 Miles an Hour. With full
equipment, and with larger ;,pr(ickets the car makes still greater speed.
Complete Catalogue mailed on request
Self Starting from Seat with Make and Brake Ignition
Ol)e^atl)e5on (TompariY of t^ewyork
1619 BROAD\^AY, near 49th Street
Mrs. E M. jLMiks of Warrei), Mass., ami Mr.
Herbert MfPike nf Boston, arrived at llie I'lilaiiJ
Spring House, Friday. August 24lli, in a 30
liorse-power Pope-Toledo car.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wliitten, with Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Daggett of Koston, came to llie Poland
.S|)rii)g House, August 24tli, in a 24 liDr.-^e-power
Koyal Tourist car.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. L'P:ngle, with Miss
L'Engle atjd \V. .1. L'Kngle of Mobile, Ala., came
to the Poland Spring House in iheir 3ij horse-
power Oldsniobile, August 24tli.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bachelor of Worcester,
Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. A. De Spargo oi' London,
England, were guests at the Poland Spring House,
August 25lh. They came in a 30 horse-|K)wer
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kiudiall, Mr. F. N.
Kimball and Miss L. B. Stearns of Lynn, Mass.,
were members of an automobile party at the
Poland Spring House on August 25th. They
came in a 30 horse-power White Steamer.
A party of thirteen members of visiting temples
of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine came over from
Lewiston. August 2oth, to see the Poland Spring
hotels. They were in four touring cars.
Mr. and Mrs George Leask of New York
arrived at the Poland Spring House, Saturday,
August 25th, in their 35 horse-power Panhard car.
JNIessrs. C. S. Hull and Robert U. Liptron of
Brooklyn, N. Y., and L. L. Hull of Lowell,
Mass., arrived at the Mansion House, August
25th, in a 30 horse-power Autocar.
Mr. Frank Lovitt and a party of fi-iends from
Boston, came to the Poland Spring House for din-
ner, Sunday. They toured from Boston in .Mr.
Lovitt's 40 horse-power American Mercedes car.
All automobile party from Portland, at the
P(dand Spring House on Sunday, includeil .Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Whittemore and Mr. an
Mrs. Arthur P. Chaniplin. They came in Mr.
Champlin's 20 horse-power Franklin car.
Mr. George F. Evans of Portland, vice-president
and general manager of the Maine Central Rail-
road, with Mrs. Evans, Miss Evans of Portland,
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Â¥.. Chase, Miss Craig,
Miss Woolley of Louisville, Ky., were the mem-
bers of an automobile party which came to the
Poland Spring House, Sunday, in Mr. Evans' 50
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bailey of Philadelphia,
with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith of Lewiston, were
at the Poland Spring House, Sunday. Tliey came
in Mr. Bailey's 35 horse-power Pullman tour-
Portland Longfellow Souvenir Spoon.
""" -a^f'^" J. A. MERRILL & CO., Jewelers, r,:d"p^;=,'ncâ€ž.
P.-izs Oops. Ameri:;ii and F-Toien Watches. Corhim Silver Wire
Headquarters f,.r I'ortlaml .S(jr\l,MKS, [.(in^fcllow Souvenir
.Sp.ions: the most desirable ..( all I'.irlland
Souvenirs. Patented. Sold only Ijy us.
503 Congress Street PORTLAND, MAINE
Just above Preble House. ^ keitm imanaq^r
C R. DUrslLAR
Ttie Mutual Benefit I,ife Ins. Co. of Newark, N. J.
State .\gt. for Me. and N. H. of The Preferred Acci-
dent Ins. Co. of New York.
N. E. Teleptione, 434-2
.Automatic, 2753 Office. So lixctlonce Street
Correspondence Solicited l'.)k[l.AM>. .Ml:.
CHAS. S. CHA5E CO.
Wholesale Healers in
Calcined and Land Planer
Plastering Hair, Portland
Cement and Mortar Color
lesale and Retail
FRESH FISH .ind LOBSTERS
CLAMS and OYSTERS
TeiS'imm. End of Commercial Wharf, PORTLAND, ME.
George P. Cornish
rVlHKER OF MENS CLOTHES
Opp. Baxter Block,
Pipe. Fire Brick.
Land Tile. Etc.
'' "c E M E N T S
C ompany Portland, Me.
Pierce Arrov/ Columbia Studebaker
J. A. DOWr.INC;
MOTOR CAR S
Ni<:\\' cojstgrks!? sq. oakah-i-;
Maine, New Hampshire
TBLBrMONB: N. E. 1630
Garage and Macliiiie Shop
22 Forest Ave. PORTLAND, ME.
A liil of lliL- New Mt. I .ilayLtU- Koail lo I'rotilf, .sliorteiiaig the distance li
miles Ijetween l;rett<Â»i Woods and I'rolile.
Furnishing Your Home
.lust as the making of a pleasant home is
"lie of the chiefest obligations one owes
to one's self, so a visit to this store would
be one of your greatest pleasures while
stopping at Poland Spring. W'e are cov-
ering almost the entire state with the
highest class of home furnishing trade in
Maine, and we shall always be glad to
show you the finest in furniture, draperies
and floor coverings at honest prices.
You will call? }Ve Vay Freight
'Bradford, Conant & Co.
199-203 Lisbon St., LEWISTON. ME.
BASEBALL and TENNIS
Loring, Short y Harmon
Monument Sq. Portland, Me.
Randall & McAllister geo. h. smardon & co.
Established ISbl Incorporated 1893
ANTFTRACITE AND BITUMINOUS
Granolithic Sidewalk Work Reiuforced Portland Cement
Concrete Construction, Rtc. Estimates (''uruished
Out-of-Town Correspondence Solicited
Officeâ€” Board of Trade Building
Telephone Connection PORTLAND, ME.
BY THE CKRGO AND AT RETAIL
CAR LOADS A SPECIALTY
70 Exchange Street, and 84 Commercial Street
McDowell &BlacH Shoe Co.
The Footwear Filters
S39 Congress St., PORTLAND, ME.
AI>VE.RTI$INC. Posters. <
Shew Cards. Ckleodars. BooKlet
tti. BOSTON, MASS
Call on ALTON L. GRANT
^Â°^ OO LD SODA
WITH I IKK KimiT JlIlCKfl
ALTON L. GRANT
116 Lisbon Street, LEWISTON
KZliA H. M'lIITE, n.D.s.
CHI.M II All. Hi-o
BAGCSAGHG INSTJRAIsrCK VX)1<
THOSE AWAV IÂ«'KOM HOMK-
COVERI^J^G PERSONAL EEKIiXrr^*
AT HOTELS AND IX TRANSIT, OR
AVHEREVER THE I>R01'ERTV
JOHN C. PAIOK *!. CO.,
aOKii.i.vSri.K.:r - - HOST< )N, M ASÂ«.
Seth W- Fuller Company
Pocket Flash Lightsof every description, as well as Porta-
ble Candles. Nisht Lamps, Wash Sland Li|;hlk, l-anlern,,
and Developing Lamps. All types of elcclrical require-
ments for travellers, .Stoves, Heating l'ads,(.Lrlln(( Irons,
Pressing Irons, Food Warmers, elt .\tiJ /or I aUhl.
185 Devonshire St.
The New Spring House and Boftler y
VERY visitor to Poland Spring is particularly and cordially invited to inspect these new
buildings which are, without doubt, the most elaborate and perfect ever erected for the
purposes for which they were designed. The exterior design of both buildings suggests
the architecture of Spain. The walls are of hydraulic pressed, gray, mottled, fire-brick.
The roofs are covered with dull glazed, green mission tile. The frames are entirely of steel.
Directly beneath the hip roof of the tower which rises eighty feet above the ground, are
openings through which air is drawn to ventilate the Botllery. After passing through
â– D ^>.1__^ cotton tillers, the air enttrs directly beneath the ceiling of this room and is exhausted through
XJOlllCry openings near the floor, thus insuring perfect circulation of the purest air.
The floor, walls, and ceiling of the Bottlery are of Carrara sanitary glass, an inch in thickness, resembling
in color the famous marble of that name. This material is very hard, impervious to moisture, and may be
kept absolutely clean by rinsing. All the mechanical devices used in this room are the newest and
best that can be procured.
At the east end of this building is the public room, fini: hed in Tyrolean style. One whole side of this
room is a single sheet of the finest French plate glass through which can be seen the entire process of bottling.
Everything about this room, from the dull green Gruby tiled floor to the hand wrought copper electroliers
suspended from the dark oak beams of the ceiling above, is in charming taste, and its treatmjiit is quite in
contrast with the rest of the building.
1 he The graceful copper dome, cornice, and wrought iron work in this smaller building
_ . .jj give it a more ornate appearance than the larger building. Its interior will
Spring rlouse consist of two rooms â€” a spring room and a public room, divided by a curved plate
glass screen set in a light ornamental iron frame.
The spring room will be finished in Carrara glass, while the public room is elaborately finished in genuine
Italian Pavanezzo Marble. The columns here are single monoliths surmounted by carved Ionic capitals of
the same material. The floor is marble mosaic decorated in the centre with a large mosaic reproduction
of the coat of arms of the Ricker family.
The vaulted ceiling is of imported cement and is pierced in the centre by three beautiful stained glass
windows. The design, material, and workmanship represent most careful study and have resulted in
complete, modern high class, fire proof, and sanitary structures, dignified and monumental.