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I.. Ncu V.irlv ilallv, OMcpt Satur.lay,
Sundays at S.3U a.m. for Portland and

I.iiintains. Parlor cars on principal
Harbor, St. .John, liemis, Oquossoc,

.1 I'.oston.

I..UM' to M. (.'. R. I!. .\Kent, Danville

I.' li.H.k.s, f.il.lcrs, et.-., to



F. E. BOOTHBY, Gen'l Pass. Agt., Portland, Me.



THE HILL-TOP.




«• The Way of the World "

To the

World's Fair.
Big Four Route

To

St. Louis.



he Merchants' Bridge —
fine panoramic view of
Levee District and great



Daylight Entrance
giving the passeng.
the Mississippi Rii
Warehouse District of St. Louis.
Ask nearest Big Four Agent for informi

WARREN J. LYNCH,

Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Agent,
I, Oh



Michigan Central



' Tlie Xiagarii Falls Ilmile.,"



To the Great St. Louis World's Exposition



STOP OVER AT

Niagara Falls, Detroit, and Chicago

The trip to tlie Lniii-iMiin I'unii:!-, I .. i — ,: w.iulil be
inr.)in|)lete witiiout illclmliiii; lln- >|.U'tMli ! , ,\ ,,| n , _,ir;i Falls
which isenjnveii liv all l>:l>riL'ii,i;crs on I IhM ,, ;,.^,i ,, ( , nnalimss
iiiff Niu^-ara hy chiy. Seiid tlirt;i- ri-d .^lan.i.., i„i Muuiiar Vara
lion Tours. q \y KuuijLKS, u. 1'. & T. A.,

CHICAGO.



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Poland Spring Travel

ittle questions arise on travel matters among people who have a trip to
fter all the best way to decide such is to select a route afibrding the
t and pleasure for a journey, and at the same time the one that insures

you a prompt service.

For travel to Poland Spring from all points in the west,

south, and southwest, the best facilities are finnishcd by the

fine train service of

The Lake Shore

& Michigan Southern Railway.

Through trains from Chicago, Toledo, St. Louis, Cincin-
nati, Cleveland, Pittsburg, via ISuftalo, New York Central, and
Boston & Albany to Boston, with connections in that city direct
to Poland Spring.

For "Book of Trains," a little folder, entitled "Travel
Privileo-es," and any desired information about travel matters
over the Lake Shore, address A. J. SMITH, G. P. & T. A.,
Cleveland, Ohio.






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22



THE HILL-TOP.



THE LIBRARY.

The number of books taken out durinfr August,
11)04, was 1444, an average of over 46 daily, aud
an increase of 137 over August, 1903.

Sundays averaged the heaviest with 57, and
Tuesdays and Saturdays lightest with 41 each.

The heaviest single day was Friday, August
5th, with 69 books, and the lightest was Saturday,
August 20th, with 27.

On September 1, 1904, there were 3852
volumes in the library.



The illustrated lecture on "Parsifal and the
Holy Grail," by Rev. Henry R. Rose, was given
on Tuesday, August 30th, with one hundred very
beautiful colored slides. The orchestra also played
special selections from Lohengrin and Parsifal.
The lecture received an unusual attendance and
was particularly successful, in interest, delivery,
and beauty of the illustrations.



NEW BOOKS.

From Miss M. G. Dexter.
The Master- Feeling; by N. Almirall.

From Mrs. Beriah Wilkins.
The Gordon Elopement; by Carolyn Wells and Harry
Persons Taber.

From Mrs. B. C. Clark.
The Earth Trembled; by Edward P. Roe.

From Mrs. Thos. P. Stran.
The Ms. in a Red Box.

The Villa Claudia; by .lohn Ames Mitchell.

The House on the Sands: hv Charles Marriott.

The Main CIkiticc; liv Mi-n-dilh Nirhulson.

The Veil of thi- 'rriiipl,-; by William Hnrrell Mallock.

Violett; by Burone.ss Vunilutten.

A Touch of Sun; by Mary Hallock Foote.

Eleanor Dayton; by Nathaniel Stephenson.

From Miss A. H. Fox.
Duchess of Few Clothes; by Philip Payne.
Olive Latham; by E. L. Voynich.

Also Added.
Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary
War. Vol. XII. Pea-Raz.



This is the last chance we shall have to remind
visitors of a delightful Poland Spring feature.
Please note that the articles on exhibition in the
art store in the hotel corner are the best of their
kind, that they are selected in the principal houses
in New York City, and in many cases are imported
direct from oriental countries especially for the art
stores belonging to this same proprietorship.



The Waumbek ^ Cottages

IN THE

WHITE POHTHIKS.

JEFFERSON. N. H.

June to October.

A. J. MURRHY,



Poland Spring House Boudoir*

HOTE L ANNEX,

M. J. FRAZIER, New Hair Culture.




After .1 .Slinmi , f.iic.niifnit ii-t' lliis .•kTlric liaii- di-vor. IIo( or

culdaii'. Ladies' Hair Dressing. Undulating, etc. Facial flas-
sage. Electrical Treatment. Surgical Chiropody, Hanicure,
for Ladies and Gentlemen.

MISS HILMA HAGLUND,
MASSAGE AND MEDICAL GYMNASTIC.


BABCOCK & TEAGUE,



TRegistered druggists,



71 Lisbon St., LEWISTON, ME.



Atwood's Market,

159 Lisbon Street, LEWISTON, ME.

Filled U|i 1.1 dale Willi all llie M.idern

C.inveiilLiiie- fur keeping and handling
FRESH MEATS, POULTRY, and FISH.

Also, Fruits, Vegetables, rniiiiuv rroduce.and Groceries.

Shell Fish and Game in llielr .season.
F. S. ATWOOD, E. H. TIMBERLAKE, ProprietorB.

MAINE'S Leading Plumbers,

STEAM AND HOT WATER FITTERS.

JOHN B. SMITH & CO.,



l.LWISION. HK.



Reference : Hiram Kicker & Sons




Millinery



Lewiston Steam Dye House

139 Main Street, LEWISTON, ME.

DYEING AND CLEANSING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.

Naphtha or French Ury Cleansing a Specially.
JOSKPII LEBLANC, Proprietor.



24



THE HILL-TOP.



THE STUBBORNNESS OF MARY ANN BARKER.

My Dear Amanda :

I have behaved most abominably and there is
no excuse for it whatever, and I cannot be too
tliaukful that tlie whole tiling is settled at last.
1 am going to tell you all about it, for as you have
the first part of the story, you should have the
sequel. You see I got it in my head that it wasn't
because Abner loved nie, you know, but because
he wanted to save me from that liorii



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