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

Address the BARRON, MERRILL & BARRON CO.,

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



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EQUITABLE




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. ANNUITIES

ENDOWMENTS

LIFE ASSURANCE

AND

Jfo TWENTY YEAR GOLD BONDS



JAMES H.LAKE,

CENERAL AGENT.

EQUITABLE BUILDING, BOSTON.




East lijilia JurKisti
aijH 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 botti Foreign
and Domestic rugs in all New England.

Prices to suit every requirement range

^'""^ $1.60 up to $1500.




H. N. FISH



MAKERS or



sanoseiHipiiie^' La Heine

CHOCOLATES.



60 Commerce Street,

On Sale at Candy Counter, BOSTON.

Poland Spring House.



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,

lit l.i^h.lll striii. i,i;«isr(i.\. IIK.



GEORGE M. ROAK,

l'J4 High street, AUIUIKN, MK.

Flowers of all kinds sent carefnlly boxeil at c* Telegraph
sliorlcst notice. Special featnrc maiie of .^

R O S £ S . 'J



S Order

c* by
i Mail



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POLAND SPRING HOUSE.
August 12 to 18, 1904.

Aliorii, ,Tas. A. New York

Arnol.l, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Haverliill

Arnold, C. M. Haverhill

Arnold, Miss Blanclie Haverhill

Arnold, Master Charlie Ilaverhill

Kyles, Geo. S. Norwich

Byle.s, E. B. Norwich

Byles, R. H. Lewistoii

Bascom, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Boston

Bigalow. M. A. Boston

Buchanan. Phillip Medford

Bradford, Mrs. J. 0. Nashville

Bradford, Miss Sarah Nashville

Bnckinghani. Mr and Mr.s. B. W. Washington

Beals, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Boston

Blackwell, Mrs. A. M. St. Louis

Brooks, Louise W. New York

Bassler, Dr. Anthony New York

Clark, Mrs. Walter L. New York
Caley, Mi.ss T. J. Overhrook, N. J.

Cooper, W. Park 13oston

Carter, E. C. Calcutta

Chadbourne, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lewiston

Chadhourne, Ralph W. Lewiston

Chapin, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Boston

Des Roches, E. R. Detroit

Dewey, Percy Auburn

Daufjiierty .\. R. Boston

Dowlinr;, .Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Boston

Dizer, Mrs. S. G. Hingham
Dixon. .Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Wallingford, Pa.

Dodd, Mrs. L. Frederick New York

Daniels, Mr. Haverhill

Engel, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. New York

Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Boston

Fletcher, E. C. B. Radnor, Penn.

Fletcher, G. B. Radnor, Penn.

Fountain, F. S. Lewiston

Griffen, Mrs. Geo. H. Portland
Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Plainfield, N. J.

Gould, Miss Miriam Maiden

Gould, Warren F. Maiden

Gaiuwell, C C. Philadelphia

Gamwell, Pamela Philadelphia

Green, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hartford
Gammon, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mechanic Falls

Goulden, Thos. R. Montreal

Gouldiiig, Jos. New York

Hatch, Roger C. St. Louis

Heilner, Miss Philadelphia

Heilner, Miss Gertrude Philadelphia

Hinkley, Philip E. Portland

Honor. Mrs. Laura B. Washington

Hall, Vernon H. Medford

Hodukins, Miss Nan INIalden

Hiljbard, Mr. and Jlrs. W. W. Boston

Holton, H. G. Germantown

Ingalls, Horace Bright Boston

Jenney, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Medford

Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Philadelphia

Kent, Mrs. G. W. New York
Lahau, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Somerville, N. J.

Lanison, J. Harry Portland

Lockwood, P. C. Boston

Lyman, Miss Pauline Hartford

Lockwood, Emily N. Boston

Martin, Jno. T., jr. New York

McKeen, Mrs. Henry Easton, Pa.

Miller, Hugh Boston

Moses, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Tilton, N H.

Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Auburn
McClellan, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mere Point, Me.

Macfarlane, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Boston

Macfarlane, Russell Boston



MacGarvey, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.

Morri-son, D. J.

Morley, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.

Miltenberger, M. B.

Mudgett, Mrs. J. W.

Moore, Miss AlmedaT.

Oakes, H. H.

Oakes, Miss Methyl G.

Oakes, Dr. and Mrs. W. K.

Parlor, Miss Clare

Pierce, John B.

Pierce, Mrs, T. M.

Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Horace

Pulitzer, Joseph, Jr.

Quackenboss, Mrs. Geo W.

Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. T. Cbesley

Richardson, T. Chesley, Jr.

Richardson, Miss Helen S.

Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. James

Reade, Mr. and Mrs. John L.

Reade, John L., Jr.

Roberts, Miss Almeda T.

Swett, W. H.

Snow, H. L.

Shaw, Samuel J.

Sewall, H. W.

Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.

Swan, Mr. and Mrs. E H.

Smith, J. G.

Smith, S. C.

Shoemaker, T. S.

Shoemaker, Edith

Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. li.

Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H.

Shannon, Miss Louise I.

Springer, Bennett

Skene, J. W.

Swan, N. I.

Stanwood, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.

Taylor, Rev. W. J.

Task, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

Taft, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. G

Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. A. U.

Thomas, C. H.

Winslow, Miss

Willett, Wallace P.

Willett, Miss

Woodward, R. F.

Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie

White, Mr. and Mrs. A. K.

Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Jame.s

Willets, Mrs. C. A.

Wiiat, Dr. and Mrs. Harry H.

MANSION HOUSE.



Bcston

Savannah

Hartford

St. Louis

New York

Lewiston

Auburn

-Vuburn

Atiburn

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Cleveland

Belmont

New York

Orange, N. J.

New York

New York

Worcester

New York

Lewiston

Lewiston

liCwiston

Chicago

Auburn

Brookline

Bath

Cleveland

Worcester

Harrison, Me.

Harrisfui, Me.

Philadelphia

Philadelphia

Dover, N. H.

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

Boston

Lewiston

New York

Kennebnnkport

Lewiston

Cleveland

. Barrington, Mass.

New York

Lewiston

Portland

K. Orange, N. J.

E. Orange, N. J.

New York

Nashville

l\)itland

Nt:w York

Flushing

Richmond, Ind.



Adams, Mr. and Mrs. L. J>I.

Birks, J. H.

Cousens, W. T.

Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. S. Ross

Estabrook, Mr. and Mrs. Frcd'k

Estabrook, Willard W.

Erckett, Miss Effie H.

Farrington, Mrs. I. P.

Frost, Geo. B.

Frost, Aurelia A.

Gibson, Mrs. J. W.

Goulding, S.

Keeler, John

Keeler, Miss

Keeler, Miss H. L.

Kellv, Julia Braman

Kelly, Sarah W.

Kelly, Helen S.

Moore, R. E.

Muzzy, Florence

Murray, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.

Mattlage, Mrs. C. Henry

Mattlage, Miss Charlotte E.

Paisley, Mrs. L. B.



Portland

Montreal

Portland

Philadelphia

Broolkinc

Brookline

New York

Portland

Hnd.son, Ma.ss.

Hudson, Mass.

New York

New York

New York

New York

New York

N. Raynham, Mass.

N. Raynham, Mass.

N. Raynham, Ma.Hs.

Philadelphia

Bangor

Lynn

New York

New York

Mt. Vernon



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Whipple, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.


Boston


"Wood, Ira W.


Trenton


Wood, Edward S.


Trenton


Wood. Wm. P.


Trenton


Wood, Miss


Trenton



PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE.

On Friday evening, August 12tli, the usual
progressive euclire party was given in the Amuse-
ment Room of the Poland Spring House. Mrs.
Holton had a score of seventy-two points and
received the first ladies' prize, a pair of gold cuif
pins. Mrs. Moulton and Miss McCeney each had
sixty-eight points and cut for the sec^id. Mrs.
Moulton won the second, an embroidered set of
cuffs and collar, and Miss McCeney the third, a
box of neck ruchiug. The consolation, a bisque
match safe, went to Miss Hallock.

Mr. C. E. Grouse had seventy points and
received the first prize for the gentlemen, an
enameled-leaf scarf pin. Mr. Hance had sixty-
nine and won the second, an ink well. Mr. Harry
Ziegler had sixty-eiglit points and won the third,
a silver pencil. The consolation, an asli tray,
went to Mr. William Wardwell.



Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Edwards of Boston,
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Jenney, Mr. Vernon H.
Hall and Mr. Philip Buchanan of Medford were at
the Poland Spring House for over SuTiday. They
arrived iu their automobiles and were en route for
Mr. Harry Button's Camp on Lake Umbagog.



Position wanted by graduate nurse, specialty
nervous diseases. Has had thorough training and
practice in massage, hydrotherapy, Swe (,. II. (.lii;KNI.h:AK, I'rrsiileiil.

RLUIVIE MOUSE.

Five miles from rrolilc (.same ownership), lii'initifullv eltmited

near main- P'>int9 of interest. Open.Iune loih to (lelolicr lotli.

.S. /I. EIJJOTT, Mmuiqer.



We Sell and

Recommend




CHOCOLATES.

The Taste Tells."



Poland
Spring
House
News
Stand.



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DINNER DANCE.

At six o"rli)ck Friday afternoon, August 12tli,
two large carriages witli four horses, each, were
drawn up in front of the Pohiud Spring House to
convey the young people to the Summit Spring
Hotel, where the young men were to give the
charming young ladies of Poland Spring a delight-
ful evening.

At seven tliey were served with an excellent
course dinner and the evening was passed in danc-
ing. Everything was done foi- tlicir comfort and
enjoyment which Mr. Laiinin, ihc projirictor nf the
hotel, could do.

Great credit is due Mr. George W. Elkins, Jr.,
for the splendid way in which he numaged the
attair.

The party was gracefully chapcrcmed bv Mrs.
Lord, 'i'hose present were IMr. Beelie, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Jackson, Mr. William Chick and Miss
Marguerite Pettit, Mr. George W. Elkins, Jr.,
and Miss Florence Ayers, Mr. Malcolm Fay and
Miss May Peterson, Mr. Austin Palmer and Miss
F'lorence Peterson, Mr. Chester Palmer and Miss
Alice Peterson, Mr. James Lindsay, Jr., and Miss
Mabel Chick, Mr. C. Lindsay and Miss Marie
Taylor, Mr. Richard Jackson and Miss Higbie,
Mr. Dayton Van Voorhees and Miss Kinsey, Mr.
John Huffman and Miss L'E^ngle, Mr. Malcolm
Meacham and Miss Shaw, Mr. Lee C. Hart and



Miss Vose, Mr. T. Achelis and Miss C. Johnson,
Mr. Beverly Norris and Miss E. Achelis, Mr. G.
A. Hobart and Miss Briggs, Mr. Allen Pettit and
Miss Lindsay, Mr. O. Bourdon and Miss Loveman.

SUNDAY SERVICES.

Rev. Father L. S. Walsh |iiMl AMtiiiiHiliilr Stiilion in Jlnh,,..



■p:Jf9°l"t Office I F. 0. BAILEY" CARRIAGE CO., Portland, Me. I No. 44 Plum St,



Smoke
the...




Perfection of



r Quality and
Workmanship.

I„. |,,,pi,l;n- >lia|H-> mihI M/,r.. V,,„r ^IcaU-r lus tlH,

Man'K Agt,

The Mutual BeneUt Life Ins, Co., of Xeuark, N. J.
,Slate Agt, for Me. & N. II. of The Preferred Acci-
dent Ins. Co. of New York,



rrU'plioiic 4»4-i.

Corrospondeiice Solicited.



Office, 86 Exchange Street,
PORTLAND, HE.



LORING, SHORT & HARMON,
Books, Stationery and Leather (ioods,

Tennis and BaseBall Supplies.

Opposite Preble House, PORTLAND.

joHis o. i^ro:.

Professional Accountant and Auditor

Kxpcrt Ksaiiiiiiali.iiis nia.lc for Haiik«, (:()rp.,i-ali..i,s, E.toti-s, or Moroontilc
Ilousra, ami GeniTul niT.iuiilaiil work 8orK-ik-(J. P, O. Box. l.iB'J.

OFFICE, Room 4, Centennial Building, 93 Exchange St.,

PORTLAND, MAINE.

GEORGE P. CORNISH,

5 71 1-2 Cons'ress Street.

Fine Tailoring... Portland, me,

GOLF OUTINC TENNIS

FINE FOOTWEAR

CENTER & McDowell,



The Footwear Fitters



I 539 Congress Street,
I PORTLAND. ME.




Sold by the

Poland Spring House.



tMo(oMej



Manufacflured by

H. D. FOSS & CO., Boston.



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IN THE HEART OF THEl



PURE WATER



WI-ilXE IVIOUINX/MIN3.

All the famous I'esorts in the Mountains arc renclied liy half-day tri|)t. fi-nni I'.ri'ltun WikhIs.

THE MOUNT PLEASANT 11 THE MOUNT WASHINGTON



OPEN UNTIL OCT. 15.



OPEN UNTIE OCT.



STEAM HEAT AND LOG FIRES IN THE FALL.



Nearest Tourist Station to Mount

Washington
Saddle Horses Driving' Horses

Squash Courts Swimming Pool

Tennis Courts Bowling Green



Through Cars to Bretton Woods
from Nev^ YorK, New Haven, and
Hartford; Springfield and Greenfield;
Boston, Portsmouth and Portland ;
Burlington, Quebec, and Montreal-



OPEN OBSERVATION CARS THROUGH CRAWFORD NOTCH.



ninlir Hiitcls
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Inn.at -OniioiKl' Itf aril.



ANDERSON 6- PRICE,

M.A.NA.GERS.

BRETTON -WOODS,

( Kiirmerly Mount Pleasant P. O.), N. H.



\i» \(irk Hdtpl ;

llnltoii Hull.

(►Hi Street and Broadway.



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