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FRESH MEATS, POULTRY. AND FISH.

Also, Fruits, Vegetables, Country Produce, and Groceries.
shell Fish ami G;ime in lliiir .Se.ison.
F. S. ATWOOD, E. H. TIMBERLAKE, Proprietors.

MAINE'S Leading Plumbers,

STEAM AND HOT WATER FITTERS.

JOHN B. SMITH & CO.,



.KWISTON, nh.



Reference: Hiram Ricker&Sous



'^'?/C€^ Millmcry




Lewiston Steam Dye House



139 Main Street, LEWISTON, ME.

DYEING AND CLEANSING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.

Naphtha or French Dry Cleansing a .Spedalty.
.lOSKPH LEBLAXC, Proprietor.



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INVITATION CARD PARTY.

One of the most brilliant social events of the
season was on Wednesday afternoon when Mrs.
Thomas P. Stran and Miss Marion Abrahams
received tlieir friends in the Amusement Room at
three o'clock. The occasion being a progressive
euchre party. 'Ihe room was turned into a forest
composed of maples, oak, sumach and palms for a
background, while large bouquets of American
Beauties and sweet peas, peeped out from under
their branches. In this artistically decorated room
the ladies with their exquisite gowns and superb
jewels made a picture of rare beauty. Mrs. Stran
was beautifully gowned in black and white and
Miss Abrahams in white with violets. Great
taste was shown in the selection of the prizes which
were lovely. The party was divided into pink and
blue ribbons. Mrs. Everit wore a pink ribbon and
had a remarkable score, 94 points. She received
the first prize for this color, an inlaid letter rack ;
Mrs. A. B. Ricker had 80 points for the pink
ribbon, and won the second prize, a silver eraser;
Mrs. Salter had a score of 74, and received the
third, a cloissonne jar. The consolation, a little
silver loving cup, went to Mrs. Murray.

Mrs. M. J. Pettit had the highest score 82,
for the blue ribbon, and received the first prize for
that color, a silver bon-bon dish ; Mrs. Coffin had
81 and won the second, a pummice polisher with
silver mountings ; Miss Sarah Ricker had 77 and
won the third, a silver purse. The consolation, a
little silver flower pot with a tiny flower in it, went
to Mrs. Holbrook. On each table were bon-bon
dishes filled with delicious candy and during the
afternoon light refreshments were served.

The invited guests were : Mrs. Nelson Bartlett,
Mrs. P. C. Baker, Mrs. C. A. Browning, Miss S.
P. Baker, Mrs. Henry Coffin, Mrs. C. C. Corbin,
the Misses Carpenter, Mrs. George Dexter, Miss
Dexter, Mrs. George W. Elkins, Mrs. David
Folsom, Mrs. S. B. Hubbard, Mrs. C. L. Hol-
brook, Mrs. M. B. Hotfman, Mrs. F. T. Huffman,
Mrs. W. H. Lord, Mrs. Amos R. Little, Miss
L'Engle, Mrs. E. A. Everit, Mrs. E. D. Griswold,
Mrs. R. E. Hastings, Mrs. S. L. Blood, Mrs. S.
M. Inman, Mrs. Frank M. Inman, Mrs. .J. S.
Lees, Mrs. A. Murray, Mrs. A. T. Salter, Mrs.
J. T. Martin, Mrs. Cro.sby S. Noyes, Mrs. M. J.
Pettit, Miss M. Pettit, Mrs. J. Riley, Mrs. J.
Maginnis, Mrs. Harry Ziegler, Miss C. Ziegler,
Miss Boese, Miss Traine, Mrs. Franklin Smith,
Mrs. B. P. Moulton, Mrs. H. D. Norris, Mrs.
W. Peterson, the Misses Peterson, Mrs. H. U.
Palmer, Mrs. E. P. Ricker, Mrs. A. B. Ricker,
Mrs. H. W. Ricker, Miss Sarah Ricker, Miss
Nettie Ricker, Mrs. Albert Rines, Mrs.
Charles Scott, Mrs. Thomas Stinson, Mrs. Frank
R. Thomas, Miss Fox, Mrs. VanVoorhees, Mrs.



Wedgwood, Miss Newman, Mrs. Helton and Miss
Ivers.



Mr. and Mrs. John H. Goes, Miss Amy B.
Hadwen and Miss Mary M. Coes of Worcester
have returned to the Mansion House.

Mr. George S. Gagnon, proprietor of the
Colonial Hotel. West Baden Springs, Indiana, is
at the Poland Spring House. He is accompanied
by Mr. B. R. Simons of Boston.



jirniEs ELins,

Corner
Court and Hain Streets,

AUBURN, ME.



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES.



WALKER & MYRICK TfOUKS, BagS,

ann Soil cases

Mfgs.of FINE HARNESSES



90 Main Street.

AUBURN, ME.




aj.l:l i=^«



The FORBES

LITHOGRAPH MFG.

CO.

Designers und maker, ot FINE



Show Cards. C




Special Mark=Down of Washable
and Cloth Skirts, to order:

W,isliable Skirts, all shrunk, — ^ —

$5 to $10. C-^r /

Cloth Skirts, . $7..iO to $15. ^ Jjjf}*l''if

562 Congress St., PORTLAND. ^^^^"^

T.iilor Suits :it -J.i to :ili per cent, less Ukiii rcu'iilMr stMson jirices

Jg, Putnam Stevens^

4 Escchane'e Street.

PORTLAND. ME.




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BOSTON ^ MAINE R. R



Through Train Service to the West, Northwest, and Southwest.



TRAINS BETWEEN DANVILLE JUNCTION AND BOSTON.

Lv. Danville Junction, t7,40 a.m. >^8.30 a.m. +11.17 a.m. +2.28 p.m. +4.49 p.m.
Arr. Boston East. Div., 1 12. 30 p.m. s 4. 00 p.m. 1 4.00 p.m. +9.05 p.m.

Arr. Boston West. Div., tl2.20p.m. §4.52 p.m. t4.05 p.m. 17.10 p.m. +9.10 p.m.



'6.58 p.m.



TRAINS LEA

FITCHBURG DIVISION.



9.30 a.m.

12.45 p.m.

4.20 p.m.

6.19 p.m.



VE BOSTON.

SOUTHERN DIVISION.



For Troy, Albany, Bingh;
Cincinnati. Pullman Park
iu^ c:ir to Chicago, and from BinKh
cinnati. Dining car frnni liii
days leave Boston at li.ol a.m



pton, Chicago, and

to Albany. Sleep-
plon to Cin-



pto



Ou



For Troy, Albany, Rotterdam, Detroit, Buffalo,
Chicago, and St. Louis. Pullman Parlor ear to
Troy. .Sleeping car to Chicago, also .St. Louis.
Dining car on West Shore and Wabash Railroads.
This train runs daily.

For Troy, Albany, Rotterdam, Buffalo, Cleve-
land, and Chicago. Pulliiian Sleepinn .•ar to
( liicago via Nickel Plate dailv. and t" CliicaKu and
St. Lciuis ou Sundays imly via West shure and
Wabash Roads; also Boston to St. Louis, daily.
Diuing car ou Nickel Plate and Wabash Roads.

For Rotterdam, Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, and
St. Louis, daily except Sunday. Pullman Sleep-
ing car to Chicago and St. Louis.



10.00 a.m.

11.30 a.m.
7.30 p.m.

8.30 p.m.



For Newport, Montreal. Chicago, St. Paul, and
Minneapolis, fluily. Slc*'pin^' car to Montreal, St.
Paul, and Minneapolis, alMO Montreal to Chicii^'O.

For Montreal. Toronto, and Chicago, daily.
Pullman Sleeping car to Chicago.

For Montreal, Toronto, and Chicago, dally.
Pullman Sleepiug car to Montreal and Montreal "lo

(Jlucago.

For Newport, Montreal, and Chicago. Sleep-
ing car to Montreal daily, and Montreal to Chicago,
except Sunday.



DAl\/A J. FLANDERS.

Gen. Pass, and Ticket Aoent.



C^-

WHITE MOUNTAINS




OF" NEW HAMPSHIRE.



Crawford House, Fabyan House,
Twin Mountain House, Summit House.



These Hotels situated at the foot of the Presidential Ranoe, in the
greatest center of summer tourists' travel in the United States, otter
distinctive and attractive features to the vacation seeker. Special atten-
tion will be o-iven this season to automobilists, for whom every convenience



will be found.



U



Address the BARRON, MERRILL & BARRON CO.,

At either of the Hotels, White Mountains, N. H.



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►sN



EQUITABLE




^Bsmamnm



. ANNUITIES

ENDOWMENTS

LIFE ASSURANCE

AND

J/" TWENTY YEAR GOLD BONDS



JAMES H.LAKE,

CENERAL AGENT,
EQUITABLE BUILDING, BOSTON.



H. N. FISH



MAKERS or



Samoseijlipiiiii-'Laieliie

CHOCOLAl ES.



60 Commerce Street,

On Sale at Candy Counter. BOSTON.

Poland Spring House.




East lijUiaJuikisli
aijii Persian Rugs

IMPORTED DIRECT BY US.

Imperial Kermanshahs, Tabriz, Gore-
vans, Serapies, Gheordies, Oushaks,
Mesheds, Old-Fashioned Rugs from
Smyrna, in fact the finest assortment
and greatest variety of both Foreign
and Domestic rugs in all New England.

Prices to suit every requirement range

'""' $1.60 up to $1500.

R. H. WHITE CO.




Young's Hotel,

COURT STREET.



Parker House,

SCHOOL STREET.

Hotel Touraine,

BOYLSTON AND TREMONT STREETS.
BOSTON.

J. R. WHIPPLE & CO., Proprietors.
WAKEFIELD BROTHERS,

IH Lisliim Street. I.KWISTOX. UK.



GEORGE M. ROAK,

',, Orders

J* by

'^ IWail
AUBURN, ME. S

Flowers o( all kinds sent carefully boxed at J> Telegraph
sliortest notice. Speohil feature niaiie of 4^

ROSKS. %



134 High Street,



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Ctrrtr>al5.



POLAND SPRING HOUSE.



July 15 to 21, 1904
Allen, William G.
Ayers, Miss Florence N.
Allen, Mr. anil Mrs. Addison
Abercrombie, Mrs. Luny Cote
Abercronibie, Miss
Barber, Miss Hernice
Brown Pliilip S., Jr.
Kranian, Thomas F.
Blaiklock, M.
Buzlev, Walter J.
Brown, Pliilip G.
Baker, O'Neil Denny
Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Brown, Mrs. Clarence S.
Cony, Mrs. Frederick
Cate, Horace Abliott
Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey
Cashin, Harry B.
Daugherty, A. R.
Douglass, J. S.
Dyec, Jas. H.
Delano. Harry D.
Davis, W. H.
Disney, Mrs. L. R.
Daly, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Dee'ring, Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Earle, Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Fenton, W. K.
Flather, William J.
Flatlier, William J., ,Jr.
Feuwick, Rev. W. H.
Furst, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Gowan, Frank W.
Gray, A. H., Jr.
Gray, A. H.
Green, Mrs. James
Green, Rumsey
Gagnon, George S.
Holmes, Charles S.
Hallgarten, W. N.
Hart, Mrs. C. M.
Hilton, Mrs. Lawrence
Hirschfield,
Harsdofer, Jos.
Hunt, E. A.
Hastry, Mrs. Sydney
Hart, E. B., Jr.
Harban, Dr. and Mrs. W. G.
Hackstaff, Miss Ehnendorf
Holton, Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Holton, John M.
Holton, H. C.
Hale, John T.
Hale, Geo. H.
Hale, .John Teague
Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hind, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Hayward, Mrs. S. W.
Johnson, Mrs. I. B.
Johnson, Miss
Johnson, Miss Helen
Keenan, Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Keeler, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Knight, Miss
Kimmell, William M.
Kimmell, Mrs. A. B.
Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
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ely to tlie manufacture and sa

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CARRIAGES, HARNESS, etc.-AUTOMOBILES



Original Styles in Vehicles; 150 Different DesiKus-
Harness Manufacturers; 125 Different Styles.
Everything Required lor Horse, Carriage, or Stable



Largest Assortment of Itest Autoniohiles and Sup-
plies. Repairing.

Tlir Only Fully KmiiiiiIumI Autoniohilc Station in Maine.



oppSI"t°Se.l F. 0. BAILEY CARRIAGE CO., Portland, Me. I No. 44 Plum St.



Smoke
the . . .




Perfection of
Quality and
Worl(mansliip.



COOK, EVERETT & PENNELL, Distributors, Portland, Maine.
PRINCE'S EXPRESS COMPANY

Boston, New York, and all points South and West.

MAIN OF-KICE,
103 Ejcchange St.. PORTLAND. ME.
N«w York Offices : 304 Canal Street, IS Broachvay, and all
offices of N. Y. & 15. Despatch Express Co Boston Oltices: 2!)
Washington Street, 77 Kingston Street, 9.5 Arch Street.

CourtiMiiis .tllciition. Low liatcs, and (jiiiik Disiiatrh.

ANDERSON & WELCH,

Society Stationery, Books,



Leather
Goods.



Brass and Ivory Desk FiuinKS.

S68 Congress St., PORTLAND, HE.



Sendfnr catalogue of Slimmer Reading.



CHAS. S. CHASE CO.

Wholesale Dealers in



LIME, CEMENT,



Calcined and Land Plaster,
Plastering Hair, Portland
Cement, and Mortar Coloi



S Commercial Wharf,

PORTLAND, ME.



JOHN LOVEITT & CO.,

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

Fresh Fish and Finnan Ha



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