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Commonwcallh Avenue.
A. HOTEL FOR REIFINED PEOPLE.
Unexcelled in location and a |ip< tint incuts. I'articitlarlv al tractive
to ladies and families, hotli pcrmaiicnt and Irati^icnt." F'lnir min.
lltes to Piildic I.il.rarv, Art .Mii-ciiiii and pnniiiiicnt cluirches.
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(iRHbNLEAF & BARNES.



WHITE MOUNTAINS, NEW HAMPSHIRE.

PROFILE HOUSE and 20 COTTAGES

Conducted with reference I" an i \r,llcd ,|i,-niageand reflne-

ment. (lOI.F, TENNIS, and all idar ainusciiienls.

Addles- 1 , II. l.ltKI.M.KAF, /'re-stV/en*.

RLUIVIE HOUSE.

Five miles from Prolile (same ownership), lieautifully eltiintcd

near many points of interest. Open .June loth to Octoher loth.

S. It. ELLIOTT. Mmmger.



We Sell and

Recommend




CHOCOIiATES.

The Taste Tells."



Poland
Spring
House
News
Stand.



32



THE HILL-TOP.




GOLF.

There was a ladies medal play touruament on
Tuesday, July 26tli. Miss Florence N. Ayers of
Philadelphia won both net and gross score prizes,
but as one player cannot take both, the gross score
prize was won by Miss Constant Johnson of New
York. The scores of the winners were :

Out In Gross Hilp Net

Miss Florence N. Ayers, 48 ."iS 101 101
Miss Constant Johnson, .5.5 54 lO'J 5 104

There was a medal play handicap tournament
on Tuesday, July 26th, the four lowest scores
to play out at match play. There was also a prize
for lowest gross score in the qualifying round.
Richard N. Jackson and A. P. Palmer tied for
lowest gross score, with 82. In the play-otf A.
P. Palmer won by one stroke. Their scores were



Palmer, 87 ; Jackson,
the scores were as follows :



The qualifying round





Out


In


Gross


lldp


Net


N. E. Mallouf,


. . 40


45


85


9


76


R. N. Jackson,


. . 41


41


82


3


79


A. P. Palmer, . .


. . 44


38


82


3


79


0. H. Bourdon, .


. . 35


41


86


6


80


M. L. Meacham, .


. . 45


45


90


9


81


T. Kinir, . . .


. . 48


52


100


18


82


Geo. W. Elk ins, Jr.


52


45


97


15


82


G. H. Breed, . .


. . 52


52


104


21


83


G. H. Coulthurst, .


. . 45


48


93


9


84


Garret A. Ilobart,


. . 48


45


93


6


87


Jas. G. Lindsay, Jr.


. 43


52


95


6


89


E. B. Hart, Jr., .


. . 52


46


98


9


89


A. H. Chadbourne,


. . 48


52


100


11


89


J. Dayton Voorhees,


. . 52


51


103


12


91


Beverly A. Norris,


. . 50


49


99


8


91


Geo. W. Elkius, .


. . 50


48


98


6


92


C. C. Lindsay, .


. . 59


56


115


18


97


N. A. Pettit, . .


. . 58


65


123


18


105


John M. Huttiuan


andC. H.


Wat


^on witlulrew.


The result of th.


I.lalrl, |,1


W V


.iiimIs


was


as


r.,ll(,us :

























First Round.
O. H. Bourdon, 4, beat A. P. Palmer, 2; 1 up.
N. E. Mallouf, 6, beat R. N. Jacll>ileii anil Sup.



,pi.SfMkl F. 0. BAILEY CARRIAGE CO., Portland, Me. I No. 44 Plum St.



Smoke
the . . .




Perfection of
Quality and
Workmanship.



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

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

MAIN OFFICE.
103 E^xchanse St.. PORTLAND. ME.
New York Offices : :!iil Canal Street, IS Broailw.av, anil all
offices of N. Y. & 1!. Despatcli Express Co Boston Offices: S'j
Wasliinttlon Street, 77 Kingston Street, S.') Arch Street.

(iiurteiius .tltintion, l.on Kates, and ({uirk I>is|iatBall Supplies.

Opposite Preble House, PORTLAND.

JOHN o. i^ich:,

Professional Accountant and Auditor

iiadc for Batikfl, Corpon



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



5 Commercial Wharf,

PORTLAND, ME.



JOHN LOVEITT 8" CO..

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

Fresh Fisli and Finnan lladclies,

OYSTERS AND LOBSTERS,

ONE End Commercial Wharf, PORTLAND, ME.



Houses, and General a
OFFICE, Room 4, Centennial Building, 93 Exchange St.
PORTLAND, MAINE.



GEORGE P. CORNISH,

5 71 1-2 Congress Street.

Fine Tailoring... Portland, me.

GOLF OUTING TENNIS

FINE FOOTWEAR
CENTER ©• McDOW^EUU,

_. I 539 Congress Street,

The Footwear Fitters, j pqrtLAND, ME.




Sold by the

Poland Spring House.



Manufa(ftured by

H. D. FOSS & CO., Boston.



3(3



THE HILL-TOP.



White Mountains




IN THE SADDLE at BRETTON WOODS



PURE KIR



Brctlnn WoihIs horses are automobile pro,
IN THE HEART OF THE



PURE ^VATER



WMIXE MOUINXAIIN^S.



i; are reaclidl Itv li;



trills fr.Mii UrottoM W.



THE MOUNT PLEASANT

NOW OPEN.



THE MOUNT WASHINGTON

OPENS JULY 11th.



OPEFN RROJVt JUINE TO OCTOBER



Nearest Tourist Station to Mount

WasKing'ton
Saddle Horses Driving Horses

Squash Courts Sv^'imming' Pool

Tennis Courts Bow/ling' Green



Through Cars from Nev^ YorK. New
Haven, and Hartford ; Springfield
and Greenfield: Boston. Portsmouth
and Portland; Burlington. Quebec,
and Montreal.



OPEN OBSERVATION CARS THROUGH CRAWFORD NOTCH.



Winter MU(-h.



ANDERSON ©• PRICE,

MANAGERS.

BRETTON AVOODS.

(FornuTly Mfuini Ple.i.sant P. O.), N. H.



.\(M Viirk Hotel :
ilrellon Hall.
.lilh Mreet and liroad



C^^t^si'iii^^^S^'^^^^f^ly (lie host ill licililiii'; of ;ill kind-;.

Metal Bedsteads, - - - $2.50 and up.
Spring Beds, - - $2.50, $3.00 and up.
Steamed-Dressed Feather Pillows.

$1.25 to $5.00 per pair.

I'ronipt. MtK'i. lion :iihI estimates furni>liiMl nn sporinl t tr:ic(fl

WE PAY FREIQHT.

Bradford, Conant ti Co.

199-203 Lisbon Street, LEWISTON, ME.



Kslal.nslie.l ISHI.



liif.il-pnol.'.l islfl.



Randall & McAllister.

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS



e



GAL...



ItV liiK CAIKiO
AM» AT ItKTAII,



70 Exchange Street, and 76 Commercial Street,
PORTUMND, IVIE.




Hotel Awnings

a specialty.

MADE AND REPAIRED at Short Notice.

E5t.,r.ates P.omplly Furnisl.ml,

RI^AGSandXEINTS

Canopies to let for Weddings
and Receptions.



H P. HffUMA &- CO.,

2& North MarKet Street. BOSTON

""""ALTON L. GRANT

.-^^^^l^COLD SODA

ALTON I.. GRANT,



With Pure Fruit Juices.



i6 Lisbon Street, LEWISTON.



EZRA H. WHITE,



^Dei^tist



THE BEST (1




iv^ FISHING, HUNTING
CAMPING.

CANOEING



EG10NS OF



[V|AIP^JE



ARE REACHED BY THE



I



Lyceum Hall ISIock.
l.fiWISION. ML.



Willi :ill tlic Comfi.il .iri.l Luxury wlili-li SOLID VKSTI- U

BULK TRAINS only .TlTuni. g

Thidut'li PULLMAN BUFFET CARS mv opiTalcl If

nil l>:iy anil Ni^lit ti'.'iili.H rriim Boston anil Porlland tlur (I

lug llie .Siiniinor season. J^

7\ .Son. I lOc. in stamps for a copy of Now SpnrtHiiiairs ^

(1 an.l Tourlsls' (iiiicic Hook, II

^ "IN THE MAINE 'WOODS." ^

(1 Bcaiiliriilly prinl.'.l anil prnfiisoly illu.ilralc.l In lialf II

^ C. C. BROWN, Gon'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, J?

11 BANQOR, MAINE. 11



JOHN C. PAIGE & CO.,

INSURANCE,

20 KILBY ST., BOSTON, MASS.



Seth W. Fuller Co.

185 DEVONSHIRE STREET,

BOSTON, MASS.

Pocket Flash Lights, admirable for Ladies when

"^Candles, a most beautiful and appropriate Holiday,
Birthday, or Wedding Present, as well as a useful article
around the home. ,

Also, a full line Developing Lamps, Night 1-anips,
Watch Stands, Candles, Clocks, Lanterns, Camp Lights,

etc. SEND FOR CATALOGUE.



TO OUI( UUE5T5 AND VI5IT0I(5:






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