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Situated in the Most Fashionable Section.

Every Modern Appointment, Incluilini; private Artesian Well
un premises. Capacity :i50. 0|i(mi all the year.

rivileges. NEWLIN HAINES.



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efore making your arrangements
for a tour next winter,



Florida. California^ and Mexico*

Around the World Party, Early in September.



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RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO.,

306 Washington St., next to Old South Church,
BOSTON.
25 Union Square, New York.

lOO.'j Chestnut Street, Philadeli'HIa.

■23-2 South Clark Street, CHICAGO.

WORLD' S FA IR LINE.

TRe Wabash Railroad

i.s the ODly line having tracks and depot at main entrance
World's Fair Grounds, St. Louis. Tracks with sanitary
facilities at this depot for storing special trains or private
cars. Tickets, New York to St. Louis and return, 5518.
Boston to St. Louis and return, §24. Philadelphia and
return, $17. Correspondingly low rates from other East-
ern points. Privilege of .stopping off at Niagara Falls,
Detroit, and Chicago. Apply to nearest ticket agent for
tickets via the "Wabash." On application to

H. B. McCLELLAN, Gen'l Eastern Agt., 387 Broadway, New York,

or.I. II. Mcr.KMM, N. K. r. A., ITi; Ua. - liiiinl.on Street, Hoslon,
Follll■^^ L-uiii:: HM'i,lv-f..iir lialf lone vi.-Hs of the World's Fair
buildingn and grounds will be .sent FRKK.



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A Pound of Pleasure.

BOSTON CHOCOLATES

A. fresli supply niv/ays
on sale at the

POLAND SPRING HOCSE.

Ai-lisfic. t).-.llti.il.^. Pure.



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ROUTES OF THE WHITE MOUNTAIN AUTOMOBILE TRIALS D A. Folsom and Miss

. Marguerite Folsom arrived




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BARTLET



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NORTH COnVaY



The above map may be of interest to automobilists as sbowing the possibilities of
travel in tliose veliicles, among the mountains.



Ctb^Bits.



Rev. William H. Bolster of Nashua, N. H.,
was among the arrivals at the Poland Spring
House on Monday.

Mrs. J. S. Willock, Miss Willock of Pittsburg,
and Mrs. J. T. Williams of New York are at the
Poland Spring House.

Miss M. B. Dyer and Mr. Kirhard Dyer of
East Orange, N. J., returned to the Mansion
House on August 1st.

Mrs. William A. Lombard and Mrs. G. F.
Ay er of New York have returned to the Mansion
House for several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley O. Tliouuis of New
Orleans were among the arrivals at tlie Pohiml
Spring House on July 29th.

Miss Olive M. Tuttle ol' Naugatuck, Conn.,
Miss Austin McDutfie and Mr. F. C. MeDutlic of
Gloucester are registered here.

Mrs. D. Bourdon, Miss Marguerite L. Bour-
don, and Miss Mildred A. Bourdon of Newton,
Mass., diued witli Mr. Bourdon at the Poland
Spring House on Sunday, July 31st.



Thursday.

The Hampton, Va., quar-
tette sang plantation songs,
and made their appeal for the
Hampton Normal and Agri-
cultural Institute for the
education of Indians and
Negroes, in the Music Room
Thursday evening. The state-
ment that yO per cent, of tlie
Indians graduated from there
turn out successfully, and
the story of the" investment"
in Booker Washington, were
most agreeably received.

Mrs. Thomas P. Lang-
I0. LOTIIAII>, 979.

of hor-ics.



!itly imported from France, ^llO\ll.l lie seen by all 1

3 Miles from Poland Spring, Maine,

The home of the Ideal Coach and Road [lorse of America. Half-Bred French Coach Horses for sale, suilable for Saddle, Park
md Road purposes. Also, Voung Registered French Coach Stallions. Size, Intelligence, Courage,



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Endurance, and Conformation Ins

k Shown Daily (Sundays Excepted) from 10 to 12. DR. J. A. NESS, Superintendent



Pm" THE HILL-TOP



t^^ If you wish work executed in like style, ,iddt

J^Vyi- JOURNAL OFFICE. LEWISTON, MAINE



Office of the Lewiston Journal



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URPHY,



HATTER,



TRUNKS.
BAGS, and
UMBREUIjAS.



r Lisbon and Ash Sts
LEWISTON. HE.



T|6 Great Deparlmeiil store Go.

Formerly THE B. PECK COMPANY.

OFFICERS: I Main and Chapel Sts., I Bd.of Kinagsment
B. Peck, Prest. ^ ' .1. H. Cuuwi.ky

J. H. CRowi.r.v, Mlt. LliWlhlOW, Kit. 1,. I.. Peck



COOMBS &. GIBBS,



ARCHITECrrS,



LEWISTON. MAI




S. p. ROBIE,



nasonic

Building,

Lewiston



MATS,
Athletic Outfits.



.. Men's Furnishings,

Everything for Uolf, Tennis, I'.asc Bull.
Choice stock of .Straw Hats iiiclu.lin;; I'auiLUia.



Ip to°Date CLOTHING ♦♦♦ «° •"

MAINES ©• BONNALLIE'S

Corner Lisbon and Ash Sts., LEWISTON, ME,



•Glen's J'ine tJ(ti/or-ing,
Letiiiston, .^Hai'ne.



BABCOCK & SHARP,

.SUCCESSOUS lO
BABCOCK & TEAGUE,

jRegistered IDruggists,

71 Lisbon St., LEWISTON, ME.

Atwood's Market,

159 Lisbon Street, LEWISTON, ME.

Filte.l ij|j to .hue wuli all the Moiiern
c "uvciiiruic> lor keeping and handling
FRESH MEATS. POULTRY, AND FISH,

Also, Fiuils, \ci;el.ilil(S.( ..liiilrv Troducc, ami Groceries.
Miell Fish uuM (.Mill.' ill ihrir ^.•:^^Mri.
F. S. ATWOOD, E. H. TIMBERLAKE, Proprietors.

MAINE'S Leading Plumbers,

STEAM AND HOT WATER FITTERS.

JOHN B. SMITH & CO.,

LEWISTON, HE.

Referenck: Hiram liicker .V Sons.




Millincfy



Lewiston Steam Dye ^ouse

130 Mam Street, LEWISTON. ME.

DYEING AND CLEANSING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.

Naphtha or French Dry Cleansing a Specialty.
.JOSEPH LEIILA.NC, Proprietor.



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STRAW RIDE.

One of llic jiillic-st occasions of the season was
on Tuesclay evening, Anfjnst 'id, when the young
ladies of the Poland Spring House invited tlie
young gentlemen to a straw ride. Tiiere were two
hayracks well tilled with straw and each hayrack
was drawn hy fonr horses.

Amid rah-rahs the happy party left the hotel.

They wei-e driven to Poland Corner and half-
way around the lower lake, where the party stopped.

On the shoi'c nf tlie lake was a large boii-Hre
which had been Imilt for the roasting of corn. A
table had been sent from the hotel and on this was
spread a delicious luncheon. Mr. H. W. Ricker was
of the party and gave personal attention to the atTair.

Mrs. Lord chaperoned the party. Those
present were : the Misses Louise Kinsey, Emma
Achelis, Caroline Briggs, Florence Vose, May
Peterson, Florence Ayers, Constant Johnson,
Marguerite Peltit, Alice Peterson, Florence Peter-
son, L'Engle, Fay, Clara Fay, Marie Taylor,
Eleanor Lindsay, Mabel Chick, H. Higbie, Elsie
Shiiw, Grace McGovern, Messrs. Beebe, Van-
Voorhees, Beverley Norris, G. A. Hobart, R.
Jackson, Malcolm Fay, G. Elkins, Aciielis, J.
Lindsay, C. Palmer, A. Palmer, R. Train, G.
Miller, Milliken, A. Pettit, O. Bourdon, C. Lind-
say, M. Meacham, W. Chick and J. Unff'man.

BASE=BALL.

Wednesday was a great day for the Caddies,
when they met the Giuests on the diamond and put
thein to flight to the tune of 27 to 15. It was a
good game and some excellent work was done on
both sides. The scores :

CADDIES.

A.B. B.H. PO. R. A. E.

Toner, p li 1 1 ■'< - -

Strout, c 5 1 i:i 2 1 1

RiiiRe, lb (i 'i !l 3 1

Tobin, 2b i 2 1 2 1

Royal, 3b., 5 5 2 i 1

Pendleton, s.s. 4 .1 2 1

Bunker, l.f Ij 1 .5

Dwinal, c.f 5 3 i 1

Hounds, r.f « 3 1 2

Totals 47 21 27 27 7 4

Passed Halls— Ricker, 7. Two-base bits— Bunker, 2.
Tbree-base hits— Bunker. 1. Home runs— Toner, Bunker.
Umpire— (ieo Elkins, Scorer— Hodge.

GUESTS.

A.B. B.H. P.O. K. A. K.

Elkins, n 3 2 o .S 2

Ri,.ker. (• 3 1 8 1 4

Fav. lb., i 1 14 3 I

WJiittemore, 2b .5 2 1 2 1 1

Bourdon, :ib., 4 1 1 1 3

Holton, s.s 5 2 1 2 :!

Huffman, l.f .'i 3 1 1

Pettit, c.f , 4 1 2

Hobart, r.f 5 2 1 U

Totals 38 14 24 15 i;i 14

Passedballs— Strout, 6. Two-base hits— Elkins. Tlirt-e-
base hits— Whitteraore. Struck out— by Elkins, 8.



Among the arrivals at the Poland Spring
Hou.se on Wednesday were Miss L. Glading, Miss
A. V. Glading, and Miss C. A. Pahthorp of
Philadelphia.

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schlosberg were here on
Thursday and dined at the Poland Spring House.
Mr. S(dilosberg is a well-known furrier of Port-
land, Maine.

Mr, George H. Hassam of Boston and Mr.
W. B. Clark of Pittsfield, Mass., registered at the
Mansion House July 2d. Mr. Hassam represents
the firm of F. U. Dow & Company, Boston,
whose Utopian Choc(dalcs aie for sale at the
Poland .Spring House.




WALKER & MYRIGK WS, BaOS,

aim Suit Gases



90 Main Street.

AUBURN, ME.



Mfrs. Of FINE HARNESSES



Ik "aj.ii iA»'*




The FORBES

LITHOGRAPH MFG.

CO.

Designers and miiHers of FINE
ADVE.RTISING. Posters. Car Cards. ^^
Cards. Calendars. BooHlels, etc, »^




COWEIN & HEKTZ,

MAKERS OF

CowQS, l?i(lii)g Habits, ai)d furs

No. 7 West 38th Street.



Near Fiftl-^ A.venue.



NEW YORK.



40 Eacchang'e Street.

The nassachu.setts Hutual PORTLAND. ME.

Life Insurance Company,



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BOSTON X. MAINE R. R,

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



TRAINS BETWEEN DANVILLE JUNCTION AND BOSTON.

Lv. Danville Junction, t7.40a,m. s8.30a,ni. tll,l7a.ni. 12.28 p.m. t4,49p.ni, '6.58 p.m.

Arr. Boston East, Div., 1 12.30 p.m. s 4,00 p.m. 14.00 p.m. 1 9.05 p.m.

Arr. Boston West. Div., tl2.20p.m. H.52 p.m. 14.05 p.m. tT.IOp.m. tg.iop.m. 11.00 p.m.



i daily.



tRuns daily, except Sunday.



Sundays only.



9.30 a.m.

12.45 p.m.

4.20 p.m.

6.19 p.m.



TRAINS LEA

FITCHBURG DIVISION.

For Troy, Albany, Binghampton, Chicago, and
Cincinnati. Pullm^in Piiilorcano Albany. .Sleep-
ins car to Chicago, and fnim Bingharapto'n to Cin-
cinnati. DiniTig car from liinghampton. On.Snn
days leave Rostou at '.i.Ol a.m.

For Troy, Albany, Rotterdam, Detroit. Buffalo,
Chicago, and St. Louis. Piilhnan I'arlor c.ar to
Troy. Sleeping car to Chicap, also St. Louis,



For Troy, Albany, kolte
land, and Chicago. I'li
( hii'aL'o via Nickel I'latc.l:



, Buffalo, Cleve-

I sleeping car to
nil 111 Chicago and
West shore and

Wabash Roads; also Boston to St. Louis, daily.

Dining car on 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.



VE BOSTON.

SOUTHERN DIVISION.

in nn a m F^"*' Newport, Montreal, Chicago, St. Paul, and

iU.UU a.m. Minneapolis, daily. Sleeping car to M.mtreal, SI.

Paul, and Minneapolis, also Montreal to Chicago.

11 Qn 9 m Far Montreal, Toronto, and Chicago, daily.
I I.OU d.lll. Pullman Sleeping car to Chicago.

7qn D m For Montreal, Toronto, and Chicago, daily.
.OU ll.llli i>ullm.an Sleeping car to Montreal and Montreal to



ing car to Montreal daily, and Montreal to Chicago,
except .Sunday.



DANA J. FLANDERS,

G£N. PASS. AND TICKET AGENT.




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WHITE MOUNTAINS

OR INEW HAMPSHIRE.

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

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



will be iound.



• will be to

C^ — "



Address the BARRON, MERRILL & BARRON CO.

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




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EQUITABLE




^EmsMssmsm



. ANNUITIES

ENDOWMENTS

LIFE ASSURANCE

AND

Jfo TWENTY YEAR COLD BONDS



JAMES H.LAKE,

GENERAL AGENT.

EQUITABLE BUILDING, BOSTON.



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