ISrfb $c lartnu (Ho.
Jlpliirlrrs aiift *illii'rHmillis
FIFTH AVKXf'E a>ii .â€¢fjNi> :
Chandler & Co.
1 5 I Tremont St., J> O S T O X
Mail orders by visitors at the New Kiigland ^
Hotels promptly and carefully tilled
SAMPLES SEXT EOR / X-
SPECTfOX VVHEX DESIRED
Suits and (iarments for general Out Door
wear, Automobile CJarments, Kain Coats,
Auto Veils, Waists of all kinds, Hathing
Suits, (;ioves, Parasols. Silk Umbrellas,
I [osiery, Undergarments,
BOSTON 6 MAINE R. R
Through Train Service to the "West, Northwest, and Southwest
TRAINS BETWEEN DANVILLE JUNCTION AND BOSTON
Lv, Danville Junction +7.40 a, m,
Arr. Boston East, Div, +12.25 p.m.
Arr. Boston West. Div. +12.20 p.m.
Runs daily except Sunday
Trains Leave Boston via the Fitchburg Division
Triiy, Albany. Binghamplon,
and Cincinnati I'lillman I'.ufi,
ibys. Sleeping c;
s 8.30 a.m. + 11.19 a.m. +2.24 p.m. +4.49 p.m.
S3.55 p.m. +3.55 p.m. +9.05 p.m.
H.35 D.m. +4.00 p.m. +7.00 p.m. +9.10 p.m.
â– 6,58 p.m.
s Runs Sunday only
1 10.55 p.m.
1 1.05 P.M.
9.30 a.m. pai'yfor
Chicago a..u w.....
car Boston to Albanj
to Chicago Tourist
days, via D. & H. and Erie Roads.
m Daily for Troy, Albany , Rotterdam, Utica, Syra-
â– cuse, Rochester, Detroit, Buffalo, Cleveland,
Chicago, St. Louis and Ka. sas City. Pullman
Buffet Parlor car Boston to Albany on week days.
Sleeping car to Chicago, also St. Louis. Tourist car
Bostoii to Chicago on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satur-
days via West Shore and Wabash Roads ; on Mondavs,
Wednesdays and Fridays via West Shore and Nickel
Plate Roads. Pullman Sleeping car Boston to Trny,
X. Y., Sundays only.
A ^n n m ^^"y for Troy, Albany, Binghampton, Elmira,
t.JU p.lli. Cincinnati, Rotterdam, Syracuse. Rochester,
Buffalo, Cleveland and Chicago. Pullman Sleep
ine car Boston to Chicago via Nickel Plate daily, and to
Chicago and St. Louis on Sundays onlv via West Shore
and Wabash Roads. Pullman Sleeping car Boston lo
Tlornellsville. Pulhnan Sleeping c,-,r Boston to Lake
â€¢" â€¢ Trov and D. & H. R. R. on Mondays,
ys and Fridays.
xcept Sundays, for Rotterdam. Utica
, Rochester, Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago.
. and Kansas City. Pullman Sleeping .jar
Ch:t.(i;o and St. Louis.
10.00 a.m. ?f
Via the Southern Division
for Newport, M,
11.30 a.m. chti;
-eal. Detroit, Chicago,
s. Pullman Sleeping car
and Minneapolis. Tour-
C. P. and Wabash Tues.
r to Montreal via C. P.
iver on Wednesdays via C-
8.30 p.m. Chicago*
ntreal, Toronto, Detroit and
lan sleeping car Boston to Chicago.
n lo Clucagoon Mondays and Wcdnes-
daN s via C. V . and G. T. Cafe Pllrlor car Boston to
Daily for Hontreal, Toronto, Detroit and
Chicago. Pullman Sleeping car Boston to Montreal
and Montreal to Chidago.
Daily for Newport, Montreal, Detroit and
Pullman Sleeping car Boston to Montreal
Montreal to Chicago except Sundavs. Pull-
man Sleeping car Boston to Fabyan and Bretton Woods.
Pullman Sleeping car lioston to Levis (que. ) via Ply-
month and Q. C. Ry.
6.19 p.m. DÂ»"y.
D. J. FLANDERS
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt,
Kutlali.s. I'late Cameras, etc.
Agent Eastman Kodak Co., Developing
and Printing for Amateurs
Edison Phonographs and Records
Souvenir Post I ards a .Specialty
N. D, ESTES. 80 Lisbon St. LEWISTON. ME.
High Street Laundry
92 Court 5 t.. AUBU R.N^^1AI NE
Guests at Poland Spring can have our High Cirade Laundry Work by
notifving the office at either hotel. Telephone Connection
R liSH WORK A SPECIALTY
ENCiLISIl ^i" l)()LLIVh:i>
Steam and Hot Water lleatint;
Tin and Sheet iron \Vorl<.
S^' Tn 270 Main St., LEWISTON, ME.
A. C. MYRICK, Jr.
Trunks, Hags, and
90 Main Street,
ases, lonriMv- Iravelling Supplies
WHITE MOUNTAINS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
llie narroii. Mei i ill * liar
â– oil Co. desire to call ynir partic-
iil.u- attenti.)n to The Crawforil
lloiiK)-. mi.yaii House.Tnln
>l<. 111. lain llouHv and Suni-
liiit lloiiso. .\utomnhile gar.lgc
at each hotel. Through lixpress
Train service night and day be-
tween the White Mountains, New
\'ork, Hostnn. and all principal
â€¢BARROJSf, MERRILL & 'BARRON CO.
"Boston Office, Hotel Westminster
Are the most Standard
40 H. P. Capacity. 7 persons
KNOX AUTOMOBILE CO.
SPRING FIE L D, MA SS.
Vâ€žr Icilet. I'.atll, and Sliampo
Price 50 Ce
A full line of the
Perfumes and Toilet
Specialties For Sale
Poland Spring House
Manufacturers t^atlonal !^QnK
I,i;>\ isioN. M.MNi':
./ PRETTY GIRL!
A PRINCESS GOWN!
A P AT RICIAN SHOE!
"he Trinity of Perfection!
The new Patrician models leave
nothing to be desired in foot-
wear â€” they offer a choice un-
equalledâ€”a delightful variety to
suit the most fastidious connois-
seur. Price per pair
S(>!!1 /X P0S70\ OXJ )' />')â– IS
R. H. White Co.
Court Street and Court Square
School and Trcmont Streets
Boylston and Tremont Sts.
J. R. yVHIPPLE Co. Props.
>VAivKi ii:i-i) nuos.
Ihe new l,h;Al)KI) (il.ASS in the Mansioji
1 louse was made by
C. II. FAULIiV ^/ CO.
We also make MOSAIC LAMP SHADKS in
(ine bronze. We einploy the best talent in
every department. Will send special designs of
windows or lamps to any reponsible address.
4 ExehaiiÂ§e and 395-397 Fore Sts., PORTLAND
POLAND SPRING HOUSE.
Juuc 2S to Julj- .1. 190(J.
An'hony, Mrs. Frederick B.
Allan, Mrs. Sarah Philarielphia
Armstrong. Mrs. G. D.. Lewiston
Armstrong. Miss, I^ewiston
Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. E. D.. Hartford
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.,
Arlington Heights, Mass.
Bagnall, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Bagnall. Miss Eflie A.
Bagnall, Robert A..
Bartlett, Frank J.,
Bartlett, E. Randoljih
Bird, Lindsey E..
Bacon, Mr. and Mr.s. A. Barry,
Bacon, Mrs. Emma W..
Bacon, Miss 'May.
Byles, R. H.,
Bain, Mrs. Walter T..
Bates. I Chapman,
Benker, Mrs. H. P..
Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. F. H..
Briggs, L. S..
Bangs, Mrs. E. D..
Bradfield, Mr. and Mrs, H. S..
Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob P.,
Burnell, Abby Snell,
Bail, J. W.. M.D.,
Cline, Miss A. B..
Curran, Annie A.,
Cosgrove, J. B..
Conant, F. R.,
Conant, C. L.,
Cady, J. J.,
Combes. D. S..
Curtis, Otis F.,
Curtis, Wm. F..
Cur'is. H. B.,
Cooper, W. Parker,
Donohue. F. B .
Dane, Mrs. J. B.,
Dodge. Miss Alice.
DeCoster, Mr. and Mrs. P. S..
Donohue. F. B.,
Davis, Daniel A.,
Davis, Frank Hamilton,
Eaton, Mrs. W. N.,
Elliott, Mrs. James
Elliott, Percy D.,
Evtril, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. A..
Flanagan. A_nnie F..
French, Gen. B..
Frank, M. P..
Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Ford. E. G.,
Frank. M. P..
Flaherty. Morgan V..
Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. H. S.,
Goddard, F. H .
Gay, John W., Jr..
Gammon. Mr and Mrs. E. -A.,
Harrington, Herbert E..
Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Hayward, Mrs. S. W..
Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. P.,
Howard. Miss Ruth.
IT. S. S. "Chase"
U. S S., "Chase"
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Geo..
Holmes, Nellie R.,
Hayes, J. A.,
Howard, S. P.,
Harrison, P. H..
Henry, Rev. Edward B..
Hancock, J. H.,
Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C
Hoyt, Mrs. I. M..
Hoyt, Miss Kathryn,
Hoyt, Richard F..
Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C.
Hooper. Mr. and Mrs. F.,
Inman, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.,
Jones, C. E..
Johnston, J. L ,
Jones, C. H.,
Kavanagh, G. L.,
Knight, Mrs. G. H..
Lawrence, Mrs. F. W..
Lamey, Chas. L.,
Leader, Richard T.,
Lees, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. s..
Montrell, Mrs. M..
Mclntire, T. A.,
Moulton, Mrs. Byron P..
Murray, Mr.s. Alexander
McConike. Mrs. Isaac
McQuinn, Miss B.,
McGregor, Mr. and Mrs Chas.
Morey, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H.,
McLaren, Miss A.,
Mul'er, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.,
Messer, Miss Louise,
Mitchell, Mrs. A. R.,
Merrill, A. J.,
Norton. Miss E. M..
Newburger. Joseph E.,
Newman. Mrs. Geo. H..
Cakes, H. E.,
Oakes. Miss E. R.,
Osgood, Mrs. Chas. S.,
Oppenheim. Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Ordway, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.,
Peterson, Mrs. W..
Peirce, I ,
Payson, Mr. and Mrs. C. H..
Payson. Miss Margaret,
de Picco'lelis, A.,
Payson, Mrs. G. B.,
Packard, Mrs. A. B.,
Packard, Mrs. F. C,
Packard, Mrs. Walter,
Potter, Bertram E.,
Peirce, Mr. and Mrs Harold
Pettit. Mrs. M. J..
Pettit. W. Allan,
Peters. H. B.,
Phenix, Mr. and Mrs. Cha.s. K..
Peterson, 'Miss Alice.
Post. Mr. and Mrs. L. D..
Pease. Mr, and Mrs. H. H..
Ouint. Mrs. Margaret Gardner,
Reed. F. C,
Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.,
Russe'l, Dr. and Mrs John F.,
Reynolds, Mrs. Geo. F.,
U. S. S. "Chase"
IT. S. N.
'. S. S., "Chase"
Bern is, N. H.
Fish, Wm. G.,
Fish. Miss Ethel N , '
Gaston. R. E.. M.D..
Goessling, Anna L.,
Gooodwln. Mr. and Mrs. E. P..
Huntington. S. E.,
Halsell. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh,
Hacker. Mrs. Morris,
Ingalls. Edwin W..
Ingal's. Arthur W..
Ingalls. Willard E.,
Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Thus. F..
Kee'er, Miss H L..
Karlsioe. Dr. Wm. J..
Keene. Mr. and Mrs. S. W..
Lyon. Mr. and Mrs. John H..
Mayo, Mrs. Eliot B..
Peirce. Miss Alice F..
Tyler. Miss Roberta.
Torrance. Mr. and Mrs. Jni>.,
Veith. Mr and Mrs. Henry F..
Plainfleld. N. J.
HE ADMIRED HER JODGMENT
She â€” O, Fred, dear, you are so noble, so crenerous,
so handsome, so chivalrous, so much the superior of
every man I meet, I can't help lovino; you. Now,
what can you see in plain little me to admire?
He â€” O, I don't know, dear, but you certainly have
very good judgment. â€” Tid-Bits.
KNEW THE KIND HE WANTED
Do you want my advice? asked ihe friend. The
honest man hesitated. He was tempted to reply in
the affirmative and trust to luok, but he could not
conceal the truth from himself That depends, he
said frankly, on what your advice is. â€” Chicago Post.
GEITING IN PRACTICE
Harry â€” Clara, dearest, yon are the only woman I
ever really and truly loved. Clara Dearest â€” You said
that very same thing only last week to May Blossom.
She told me so herself. Harry â€” True, but that was
only a dress rehearsal. This is the first performance.
â€” Slrni/ Stories.
MISS EVANGELINE S. ADAMS
ASTROLOGY AND PALMISTRY
Her New Vork .'^ludio. 402-3 CarneKie Hall
Iton Uflice: Hotel Ciipley. Hun-inKton Avenue
RKMAIN'DKR t)V THb MONTH
'iirk Tel. 1.(5.. Columhiis Host,.n Tel. i<,6'.-j Hack liax
OH, PSHAW !
The palmist said he could see one good thing by
my hand. What was it ? Mywr\st.â€” Baltimore News.
WON BY WAITING
Sheâ€” Father's salary is to be doubled the first of
the year. He â€” Good ! At last we can afford to get
married. â€” Chicago News.
ON THE WRONG TRACK
A New York paper which publishes daily the list
of vessels entering New York harbor from Long
Island Sound runs tlie list under the stereotyped
head, "Passed Through Hell Gate " Recently an
error occurred and the head was placed over the
death notices. â€” Durham, N. C, Sun.
ALL IN A DAY'S WORK.
Patient (to pretty nurse) â€” Will you be my wife
when I recover? Pretty nurseâ€” Certainly ! Patient â€”
Then you love me? Pretty nurse â€” O, no; that's
merely part of the treatment. I must keep my
patients cheerful. I pi:omised this moininir to run
away with a man who had lost both his legs! â€” Straif
Mrs. J. R. Weist, Mrs. H. H. Weist, Miss
Helen Hutching Weist. Master John Rollins Weist,
of Richmond, Indiana, have joined Mr. J. K.
Cilley at the Poland Spring House, for the month
of July. Mrs. .1. R. Weist is a daughter of Mr.
J. E. PALMER CO.
."Splendid prepanition.s have liecn made to .show com
plete stocks of summer apparel
l.inen Coat Suit, Shirt Waist Dresses, Silk Dresses,
l.inen .Skirts, Outing Waists, Summer Millinery, Belt
.ind Veilings. Muslin Underwear Lisle and Silk
Cloves, Neckwear nnd Cuffs : : : : ;
at very reasonalile
ill Women's Wt
J. E. PALMER CO.
543 CONGRESS ST.,
Carriages, Harness, Horse Clothing, Etc.
Original Styles in Vehicles; 150 Different Designs. Harness Manufacturers; 125 Different Styles. Designers and
Builders of the "Bailey Sleighs," Cresceus, Royal, and Riverton Harness
EVERYTHING REQUIRED FOR HORSE, CARRIAGE OR STABLE,
F. O. BAILEY CARRIAGE CO., Portland, Haine.
Russell. John P., Jr.,
Read. Frederick S..
Schultz. L. H..
Sargent. Mr.-s. Mabel
Salter, Mrs. Albert T..
Steele, Mrs. W. L..
Smith, Mr and Mrs. Leonard ]
Saxe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Smith, Mrs. Walter T.,
Smith, J. G.,
Smather, Mr. and Mr.'?. E. E.,
Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.,
Stewart. Calder B.,
Tabor, Parker W.,
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Twitchell. Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson, Stanley C,
Whittemore, Mrs. W. J..
Walsh, Margaret E..
Webster, Dr. Wm. R.,
Mi.-i.s Edith S..
Arthur F ,
Mr. and (Mrs. C.
Wadleigh, Mr. and Mrs.
Whittemore, Mr. and Mr
Weil, David R ,
Weist, Mrs. J. R..
Weist. Mrs. H. H ,
Wyeth, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Woodard, Mr. and Mrs. C
'>â– â– â– New York
Pittsburg, N. H.
Lawrenceville, N. J.
V. C, Washing:ton
;nian. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice D., Atlantic City
Butcher. Miss M. A..
Butcher. Miss Flora L
Bodman. D. S.,
Barbour, Mr. and Mrs.
Cousens, Mr. and Mrs
Cousens, W. F.,
>J.. Winthrop, Mass.
Hotel Brunswick, '"Sr
and European PI in.s
"ft': :'â– â€¢â€¢"-
Thomas F. GalVin
124 Tremont St., opp. Park St. Church
liiiylston and Kairtield Sis., l;ack Hay
Tel. Back Bay 2323 Oxford, 1737
The New Profile House
;g- ;g- WHITE MOUJSIT AINS !e- je-
I Ine iif the liiiest resurt hutels in the country and
now neanng completipii will open JU.VE .(otli
lor Its first season. Where only the best can be
obtained. 20 private cottages.
Boston-THE V E N DOM E-Commonweallh Ave.
HERBERT H. BARNES, Mgr. AMOS BARNES, Prop.
A HOTEL FOR REFINED PEOPLE
Une.xcelled in location and app,.intnienl., I'articularlv atlr.ictive to
ladies and families, both permanent and transient !â– our minutes to
Public Ubrary Art Museum and prominent churches. Perfect quiet,
being one block from trolley cars and 5 minutes from Hack P.ay slatii
Creenleaf 6 "Barnes
''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
( iwiiig to a delay of the cut, the picture of the
â– â– 5IlatbÂ«5on" does not appear this week, but
during the summer the full line of "^tlatbisoii"
Automobiles will appear in this space. The
cars including the Touring Cars, liniosenes,
60-65 H. P.
"America's Finest Motor Car"
Have it Proven to you by a
Self Starting from Seat with Make and Brake Ignition
C>l)e^atl)e5on(rompaRY of ^ewyork
1619 BROADWAY, near 49th Street
THE HILL TOP
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Richmond, Miss Editli 8.
Mann of Brockton, Mr. Arthur F. Warren of
Lawrenceville, N. J., arrived in their automobile
on June 30th and remained at the Pohmd Sprint
House over Sunday. They were en route to the
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Payson, Mr. Robert Pay-
son, Miss Margaret Payson of Portland and Miss
Ruth Howard of New Yori< made the trip from
Porthuid in Mr. Payson's automobile and dined at
the Poland Spring House.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Harrington and Mr. Her-
bert E. Harrington of Brookline arrived in their
automobile at the Poland Spring House on June
Mr. F. R. Conant and Mr. C. L. Conant of
Auburn were here in their automobile on July 1st
and dined at the Poland Spring House.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rlorey of Bemis, N.
H., were here on a brief visit. The journev was
made in their automobile.
Mr. F. B. Donohue, P. H. Harrison, Louis
Bennett, D. S. Combs, C. H. Jones, of the U. S. S.
Chase, were here on July 1st in an automobile and
dined at the Poland Spring House.
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1). Post of New York, Mrs.
(ieorge F. Reynold and Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Pease of Portland, were here on Jtdy 3rd. The
trip was made in an automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Allen, Mrs. Xeall Allen,
Mr. John Sennett of Portland and Mr. H. Warren
Hale, son of Mr. Hale, the proprietor of The Bal-
sams, Dixville Notch, N. H., were here on the
Fourth in an automobile, en route to Dixville
Notch. The party left Portland at 5 o'clock A. M.
and took Ijreakfast at the Mansion House.
Mr. Seeley Benedict. Miss Benedict, and Mrs.
H. B. Beecker of New York arrived at the Poland
Spring House on Tuesday, July 3rd, in their auto-
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smathers, Mr. and Mrs.
H. .S. Bradtield and Mr. Frederick F. Read of
New York City, arrived on July 4th in their
automobile. They were en route to the White
Mr. fiay, manager of the Raymond and Whit-
comb party, which came from Boston for over the
Fourth, entertained six of his patrons on July 2ud,
by taking them in Messrs. H. Ricker and Sons'
Lozier touring car, to the Bay of Naples Inn.
This was in the morning, and in the afternoon six
other guests enjoyed a ride to Lewiston in the same
automobile. On July 3rd, Mr. Gay again enter-
tained his patrons by taking them to Gray, Maine,
for an a\itomol)ile ride. Mr. Rene Beauchemicn
was the chauffeur, and one cannot >:iv too much in
his praise for the skillful way in which he num-
ages the machine.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baldwin of Arlington
Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hall of Jer-
sey City, are registered at the Poland Spring
House. The journev was made in their automo-
Mr. F. B. Donohue of Portland and C. E.
Jones, U. S. N., were here on Thursday, June
28th, in their automobile.
Portland Longfellow Souvenir Spoon.
is".'"'' J. A, MERRILL & CO., Jewelers, r:dÂ°''pa,";i?ce,.
Prise Caps. American ind Fsreign Wjtches. Gorhan Silver Ware
Headquarters for Portland Sol ' \ KN I RS. Lcingfellow Souv
Sp,.i.iis; tlie most desiriil.k- .,f all Portland
Souvenirs. Patented, S,dd onlv bv us.
503 Cong-ess Street
.lust above Preble H.ius,
C R. DUIVJ1_/\F=>
The Mutual P.enelit Life Ins. Co. of Newark, N. J.
State .\gt. for Me. and N. H. of The Preferred Acci-
dent Ins. Co. of New Vorlt.
N. K. Teleplione, 414-2
Automatic, 2753 Office. H6 Excflange Street
Correspondence Solicited PORTLAND, .Mli.
CHAS. S. CHA.SE CO.
Wholesale I toilers in
Calcined and Land Plaster g Commercial Wliarf
IMastering Hair, Portland PORTLA^D, r\E.
Cement and Mortar v_nlnr
Wholesale and Retail
FRESH FISH and LOBSTERS
CLAMS atid OYSTERS
T,.,?â€žt,ne. End Of Commercial Wharf, PORTLAND, ME.
J. A. DOWJ^ING
Maine, New Hampshire
Tblrphosb : N. E. 1630
(laragc .-ind Machine .sliop
22 Forest Ave. PORTLAND, ME.
THE MOUNT WASHINGTON AT BRETTON WOODS, N. H.
Westerly front towards The Mount Pleasant. The easterly front faces the Presidential Rnn.a;e.
Furnishing Your Home
Just as the making of a pleasant hunie i-
une 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. We are cov -
eriug 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.
Von will call? We Pap Freight
'Bradford, Conant & Co.
199-203 Lisbon St.. LEWESTON. ME.
Tin: I.AKKSmK PRKSK CO.
!â– : N < ; U A V v. II S .Â» V l> It â– N l> K U H
I'OliTI, A .N I). M A I X I-:
EI. C. Jordan &c Co.
Randall & McAllister geo. h. smardon 6? co.
ANTHRACITE AND BITUIVllNOUS
BY THE CARGO AND AT RETAIL
CAR LOADS A SPECIALTY
70 Exchange Street, and 84 Commercial Street
nolithic Sidewalk Work- Reinforced Portland Ccmt
(Concrete Construction, Etc. Estimates Furnished
( )ut-of-Town Correspondence Solicited
Officeâ€” Board of Trade Building
McDowell & BlacH Shoe Co.
The Footwear Filters
539 Congress St.. PORTLAND. ME.
Call on ALTON L. GRANT
ALTON L. GRANT
TH PURK FKUIT .lUIOK
16 Lisbon Street. LEWISTON
KZRA H. ^VIHT^:, n.D.s.
rHOSK A%\'AV K'KOM IIOMF:
( O^^KRING I'KRs^fJXAL KFKFXrr?^
AT HOTELS! AXD IN TRAXi?:!'!', OR
NVHKRKA'KR THK. PRPPKR'rV
JOHN c\ i>Ai(;ic As, CO.,
JOKii.i.v Â«iKi:i â– - - UO.STON, MASS.
Seth W* Fuller Company
I'ockcl Hash l.iKl'lsof every descriptiou, as well Â»Â» Foru-
ble (..-indies, NiRht Umps,\VÂ»sh Stand Lii-hls, Unlerns.
and Developing Lamps. All types >( electrical require-
mcnts lor travellers, Stoves, Heating I'ads, t iirling Irons,