W. Somerset Maugham.

The Hill-top online

. (page 8 of 42)
Online LibraryW. Somerset MaughamThe Hill-top → online text (page 8 of 42)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Master James H. Prince of Springfield. Mass.,
is at the Mansion House.

Mr. T. F. Smith of Paterson, N. J., was
among the arrivals on the tiflh.

Mrs. W. A. Winder and Mrs. A. R. Yates of
Portsmouth arrived on Tuesday.

Mr. J. E. Whitney, Mrs. Whitney and Miss
Whitney of Boston arrived on July 3d.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McRay of New York
were among tlie arrivals on July 4th.

Mr. John Savile Lees and Mrs. Lees of Phila-
delphia are at the Poland Spring House.

Mr. J. A. Anderson and Mrs. Anderson of
Boston are paying Poland Spring a visit.

Mr; and Mrs. Joseph W. Stevens of East
Orange are visiting Poland Spring. They arrived
on the second.

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K. Smith of New York
have returned to the Poland Spring House for
several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Dickinson and Mr. C.
Roy Dickinson of Newark, N. J., are at the
Poland Spring House.

Mrs. John S. Martin with Miss Ludington of
New York returned to the Poland Spring House
for the season on July 5th.

Mr. and Mi's. S. D. Bennett of Brookline,
Mass., were among the arrivals at the Poland
Spring House on Saturday, July 2d.

Ex-Governor E. E. Jackson of Maryland witli
Mrs. Jackson and Miss ]\Liy Potts of Salisbury
have returned to the Poland Spring Mouse for the
season.

Mr. and Mrs .1. H. Wliiten, Mr. and Mrs.
N. S. Bean of Manchester, N. H., Miss Alice
Newton of Holyoke, Mass., Miss Clarke and Mr.
Henry W. Parker of Manchester were here for a
short sojourn.



Mr. Seward Heidelbaeh and Mrs. Heidelbach
of Cincinnati are at the Poland Spring House.

Mrs. H. H. Towle of Portland, Miss E.
Eldredge and Miss Dorcas Eldredge of Kewanee,
111., are paying Poland Spring a visit.




WALKER & MYRICK TnillKS, BaQS,

ans Soil cases



90 Main Street.

AUBURN, ME.



Mfgs. Of FINE HARNESSES



liEw FiiLiUTii Hotel,



PORTLAND,
MAINE.



.Just Rcmodeleil and Iniprovecl ai
an Outlay of $40,nno.



F. H. NUNNS, PROPRIETOR.



The FORBES W

LITHOGRAPH MFG. t

CO. f

Designers and makers of FINE '\

SING, Posters. Car Cards. j^
ds. Calendars. BooKtels. etc '^



^."■^^^



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






Waslialile .Skirts, all shrunk,

$.5 to $10.
Clotli Skirts, . $7. .50 to $15.

562 Congress St. PORTLAND



/^



"i



Sm P^in®M Si®[email protected]

40 Escchange Street,

PORTLAND. ME.



THE HILL-TOP.



25



BOSTON & MAINE R. R



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



TRAINS BETWEEN DANVILLE JUNCTION AND BOSTON.



Lv. Danville Junction, +7,40 a.m. -'8.30 a.m.
Arr, Boston East. Div., 1 12.30 p.m. s 4.00 p.m.
Arr. Boston West. Div., 1 12.20 p.m. s 4.52 p.m.



tRuns dailY, except Sunday.



111.17 a.m.
t4.00 p.m.
14.05 p.m.

,s Sund.iys only.



t2.28 p.m.
+ 7.10 p.m.



i4,49 p.m.
9,05 p.m.
+ 9.10 p.m.



'6.58 p.m.
11.00 p.m.



TRAINS LEA



9.30 a.m.

12.45 p m.

4.20 p.m.

6.19 p.m.



FITCHBURG DIVISION.

For Troy, Albany, Binahampton, Chicago, and
Cincinnati. rulliiKui I'lirloii-.ir to Albany. Sleu)).
in^' car to Chirafio, ami frciii l',iii,,'hampton to Cin-
cinnati. Dining cat- from liinglianipton. On Sun
ilays leave Boston at '.t.Ol a.m.

For Troy, Albany, Rotterdam, Detroit. Buffalo,
Chicago, and St. Louis. Pullman Parlor car to
Tri,v. Sleeping car to Chicago, also St. Louis.
Dininj; car on VVest -Shore and Waljash Railroads.
Tlii.^ train runs fiaily.

For Troy, Albany, Rotterdam, Buffalo, Cleve-
land, and Chicago. Pullman Sleeping car 1"
Chicago via Nickel Plate daily, and to Chicago and
St. Louis on Sundays only via VVest shore and
Wabash Roads; also Boston to St. Louis, daily.
Dining car on Nickel Plate and Wabash Roads.

For Rotterda
St. Louis, da
ing car to Chi<



VE BOSTON.

SOUTHERN DIVISION.

rwport, Montreal, Chicagc .
apolis. clailv. sleeping cir to Mrk


New


Y


)rk


N(


w


N'


irk


Wa.
P.ii


hi


'o


Ion
lib


N


■w


\


• rk


1


:u


,1


nil



Paterson
Lewiston
Portlanil
Portland
Bath
Paterson
Bridgeport



28



THE HILL-TOP.



Schneelocli, Kaljili


St. Louis


Stuart, Miss


Riclmnnid. .Me.


Staples, Artlinr G


Auburn


Thomas, .Mr. an(i Mrs. Frank R.


Boston


Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. E. R.


New York


Thompson, Miss Maude


New York


Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.


Boston


Towle, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.


Portland


Train, Miss S. T.


Washington


Tvler, Sidnev llia-L-l.

(iiurti'ouv Alti'iitloii. I.M» II:iti.>. ;imiI (fiilrk lliv|iati'll.

ANDERSON & WELCH,

Society Stationery, Books»



Fine
Leather
Goods.



Brass and Ivurv Desk l-'illiiit;,-..

S68 Congress St., PORTLAND, HE.

Send/or catalogue of Summer Itentlinij.

CHAS. S. CHASE CO.,

\Vli..le,-ale Dealers in



LIME, CEMENT,



Calcined and Land Plaster.
Plaslerins Hair, I'nrtland
Cement, and Mi.rlar Col.ii



5 Commercial Wharf.

PORTLAND, ME.



lOHN LOVEITT S* CO..

Wholesale and lietail Healers in

Fresh Fish and Finnan liatl McDowell,

I 539 Congress Street,
The Footwear Fitters, , poRjLAND, ME.



c 1 J 1 ^1 Manufa(5tured by



Sold by the

Poland Spring House.



H. D. FOSS & CO., Boston.



32



THE HILL-TOP.



^fm^g^fm^f^^fm=^^^fm^f^fm^f^^fm^f!^f^^R^



g.



White Mountains




IN THE SADDLE at BRETTON WOODS



PURE HIR



IN THE HEART OF THE



PURE WATER



vn/mixe: mouinxaiins.

■onohccl liy half-ilay tri|)s fr.nn I'.rcUnii \V Is.



All Ihi- famous vesoils in llic IM.iiiiitai

THE MOUNT PLEASANT

NOW OPEN.



THE MOUNT WASHINGTON

OPENS JULY Ilth.



OPEIN RROJVl JUINE TO OCTOBER



Nearest Tourist Station to Mount

WasKing'ton
Sa^dcile Horses Driving' Horses

SQuash Courts S\Arimming' Pool

Tennis Courts Bov\/ling' Green

OPEN OBSERVATION CARS THROUGH CRAWFORD NOTCH



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



Wind'
I'hc On



n-at'Oniiond-Bcacli.



ANDERSON &• PRICE,

MANAGERS.

BRETTON WOODS,

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



>!'» York Hotel :

llrt'ttllll Hall,

HUtli Strrrt and Broudnaj'.



£7^£^^^5s^K^^^^S^^(;^^M^^^J^^^^lfe^^^^l«^



THE HILL-TOP.



For Camp or Cottage...

\Vrsiii)ply lliL' hoslin lii-.l,|i,i ,- ..I :i II kiniN.

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'rompl .itlcnlloii aiKlestiniiilcs fiuiii-lir.l on s|ifrial (■oiilr.-i.l>



PAy FR£I'



Bradford, Conant tc Co.

199-203 Lisbon Street, LEWISTON, ME.




;il.lislH'.| l-'il.



Randall & McAllister.

ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS



e



OAL...



IIV THK CAIKiO
\M> AT KKTAIL.



VR LOAt>S



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



Hotel Awnings

a specialty.

MADE AND REPAIRED at Short Notice.

Esttmat*-?; Piomptly Turnished.



Online LibraryW. Somerset MaughamThe Hill-top → online text (page 8 of 42)