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Ths Publisher* Hsvs Found It Nscsssary, For Obvious Rnaoiw, to Inssrt Only tho Namss of Guests at Houaoo Which Spsclally Arrange For This Privilege. If Your Name is Not Included We Would Suggest That You Call tho Attention of tho Proprietor of Your House to the Omission. WATCH THIS LIST EVERY WEEK. IT WILL TELL WHERE YOUR FRIENDS ARE STOPPING. YOU THIS REGISTER CONTAINS NAMES OF REGULAR QUESTS, NO TRANSIENT PARTIES ARE INCLUDED. mcrfHlCONEAQ HOUSE. South Harpawall, Mt. Geo. W. Campbell, Jr., Proprietor. <See advertisement In another column.) Mr. and Mrs, Frank Connor, New York city. William B. Gllhooley, New York A. F. Bolz, New York city. Helen G. Allen. Arlington. Mass. Miss Caroline L. T. Pomeroy, Chest nut Hill. Miss R. A. M. Pomeroy, Chestnut HU1. Edith E. Crane, Wallaston. Mass. Mrs. Charles Gowans. Montreal. C. Gowans, Montreal. A. N. Desprls, Lewlston. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tanner, New York city. Miss Stella L. Tanner, New York Mlaa Ethel L. Tanner. New York city. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moger, New York city. Mr. and Mrs. W. Eugene Turton, Newark. Frances Louise Banks. New York Elizabeth A. Gwynne. New York F. P. Rogers. Washington, D. C. Miss Cora Besson, Brooklyn. Alexander M. Berger, Boston. Francis W. Mitchell, Boston. W. E. McDonough, Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cooper, Phila delphia. Jean S. Phillips. Mrs. E. H. A. Correa. Hoboken. Miss Golden Correa. Hoboken. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Starr. N. Y. City. Mrs. J. Ot Mackay, San Antonio, Tex. Sibyl Mackay, San Antonio, Tex. Miss Moorhead. Phila. Natalie Bralnerd, Westfleld, N. J. Bertha Fink. West Held, N. J. Julia Fink. Westfleld, N. J. Emily Runyon, Plainfield. Miss Natalie Bond, Brookllne. Miss J. L. Roberts, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cummings, New York. Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Hayden, Cam bridge. Mrs. A. Phillips. New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Smith, West Philadelphia. Miss Caroline E. Phillips. New York. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Kennedy, New York City. Mra. E. F. Murphy and family, Jer sey City. Mra. Henry Wr. Russell, Cambridge. Miss Hilda F. Russell, Cambridge. Mrs. M. R. Burke, Boston. Mlaa Helen G. Allen, Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. John Leal, Plainfield, N. J. Miaa Leal, Plainfield. N. J. r Dorothy Leal, Plainfield, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Allen Arlington, Nelaon B. GUdersleere. Brooklyn. „-Mr, and Mrs. John J. Ryan. N. Y. City. William J. Ryan, New York City. Mlaa Bessie Ryan, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Myers, Hempatead, L I. Miaa Jeanette Myers, Hempstead, Mlaa Mary Myers. Hempstead. L. I. Mlaa Annie Myers. Hempstead, L. I. Mra. John P. Thomas, Brookllne. John P. Thomas. Jr., Brookllne. SUMMIT HOUSE. Chebeague Island, Me. Mrs. Clinton N. Hamilton, Proprietor. (S«e advertisement In another column.) Theodore Meyer, New York City. Therso Merrill, Auburn. Agnes B. Merrill, Auburn. Mrs. Charles E. Greenough, Maiden. Gordon Greenough, Maiden. Lucy S. Weston, Mlddleboro. Emma C. Breach. Weston. Margaret S. Baken, Dorchester. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Patterson, Mon treal. M. Elizabeth Kenyon, New York City. Marie L. Kenyon. New York City. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Miller. Newark. Miss Anna L. Morse, Hempstead. Mrs. J. W. B. Van de Water, Hemp stead, N. Y. Master John Van de Water, Hemp stead. N. Y. Miss E. A. Davis, Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dole, Chelsea. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Harrison, Irving ton, N. J. 8. Eugenia Munson, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Weber, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. D. 3. Walker, Boston. James Munson. New York City. Josephine Munson. New York City. Mrs. William N. Kelman, Maiden. Charles E. Greenough. Maiden. Margaret Greenough. Maiden. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Melghen, Perth. Theodore Meyer, Springfield, Mass. Lillian W. Davis, Cambridge. Julia M. Davis, Cambridge. Mrs. Pletro Florid la and daughter. New York. Mrs. J. Smutny, New York. Master Theodore Smutny, New York. Master Edgar Smutny. New York. Msster Rudolf Smutny, New oYrk. ROCKMERE HOUSE. Littlejohn's Island, Ms. Q. H. Hamilton, Proprietor. (R«« advertisement In another column.) Mr. Quincy E. Dickerman, Boston. Mrs. C. E. I<ent, Peeksklll. N. Y. Miss Ruth F. Elliott. Brooklyn. Miss Minnie C. Messenger. Melrose. Miss Edith R. Frazer, Boston. Mr. Hiram W. Emery, Winchester. Mr. H. Weber Emery. Winchester. Miss Row C. Gymer, Cleveland. O. Miss Eda A. Hoffecker. New York. Mrs. J. P. Prentiss, Boston, Mass Miss Msry A. Prentiss, Boston. Mass. Miss Mabel Moore. Wobnin, Mass. Miss Nellie D. Moore, Woburn. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Marvin. Boston. Mr. H. C. Wyman. Boston. Mass. Miss Annie E Woodbury. Salem Miss Florence A. Woodbury, Salem Miss Grace A. Woodbury, Salem Mrs. Edith I* Allen. Salem, Mass. Master Ferry Allen. Salem. Mass Miss Margaret Caples. W. Somervllle. Miss Harriet B. Harrington, W. Som ervllle. Mass. Miss L. Bateman. Milton, N. Y. Mr. G. W. Randall, Boston Mass. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mastin, Midland Park. N. J. Mr. Theodore H. Mastin, Midland Park, N. J. AUCOCISCO HOUSE. Cliff Island, Ms. Wsltsr A. Castner, Proprlstor. (See advertisement In another column.) Miss Mary F. Pierce, Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White, Somer ville. Dr. Follett, Somerville. Mr. and Mrs. F. Oliver, New York. Mrs. T. R. Varick, Park Hill, Yon kers, N. Y. (Catherine Varick. Park Hill, Yonk ers, N .Y. Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. Willard, N. Y. Mrs. L. E. Eaton, Cambridge, Mass. Mrs. O. W. Cutter. Brookline, Mass. Charles H. Child, New York. Miss Jessamine Child, New York. Miss A. \V. Morgan. Phoenixvllle, Pa. Miss Eliza Yerkes, Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Slsson, New York Mrs. W. Wilson, Chicago. A. C. Farnesworth, New York. Mrs. H. A. Pike, Fryeburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Braley, New Jer sey. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Keys, N. Y. Miss Keys, New York. Mrs. Elizabeth Demils. New York. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wentworth, Port age, Wisconsin. Miss Elizabeth Griffiths, Brooklyn. A,r. and Mrs. E. H. Bird, Boston. Mrs. F. H. Slsson. New York. Mrs. M. H. Mortimer, Philadelphia, Mrs. Mary M. Coffin, Philadelphia, Mrs. M. B. Barker, Fryeburg, Me. Andrew J. Field. San Francisco, Cal. Mrs. Walter Field, San Francisco. Mrs. J. M. Solomans, Montclalr, N.J. Miss Grace Solomans, Montclalr, N. J. Mrs. A. Searles. New York. Miss Minnie Caswell, Phoenixvllle. THE HAMILTON. Chebeague Island, Me. Harry L. Hamilton, Proprietor. (See advertisement In another column.) Thomas R. Cooley. Westfleld, Mast. Raymond N. Fletcher. Westfleld. Helen Haberstroh, South Framing ham. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. L. Doughty, Mt. Holly. N. J. Mrs. A. M. Parsons. Greensbury, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Rlndell. Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah L. Reynolds, Mad ison. X. J. Miss EL I. Myers, Tarrytown. N. Y. Miss Nellie I. Besson, Brooklyn. Mrs. J. D. Roberts. Pater*on, N. J. Mrs. Geotglanna Flock, New York. E. H. Stoneback, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Williams. Kalama zoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Russell, Waverly. James J. McKenney, New York City. Robert F. McKenney, New Haven. Mrs. D. W. Jenkins, New York City. Miss A. G. MacFarlan, Philadelphia. Miss Helen F. Riddle. Phlla. Miss Edith E. Harris, Phlla. Miss Mabel Beatey, Fairmount, Mass. Miss Lillian V. Beatey, Fairmount, Miss Emily-Ash, Phlla. Miss Rachael Ash, Phlla. Miss Nellie Drummond, MIddleboro. E. W. Drummond. MIddleboro. Miss M. L. Kenyon, New York. Miss M. E. Kenyon, New York. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Wills, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Snyder, New York. Mrs. E. B. Eldrldge. Bedford Park, Miss Eldrldge, Bedford Park, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs."A. W. Lee and child. Concord. Mass. Miss Ida B. Harris, Boston. Reginald F. Both8. Boston. Miss Clara A. Poor, Waverly, Mass. E. A. Maryon, East Orange. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Clark, Concord, Mrs, Frank *R. Meadowcroft, Chicago. Capt. and Mrs. Samuel Hof, Phila. Mrs. F. W. Meadowcroft, Chicago. Louise Meadowcroft. Chicago. Mariana Fifts, Manchester, N. H. Mr. and Mrf. Clark J. Wood, Wayne. Miss Lillian Lukens, Wayne, Pa. Miss Ix>ulse C. Walker, Morrlstown. Miss Fannie E. Wood. Wayne, Pa. Miss Frances Judd. New York. Mrs. George E. Ward. New York. Clarence H. Lunt, Casco Bay Breeze. John S. Crowley, Casco Bay Breeze. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Meyer, New York. Mrs. W. K. Levering and child, Balti more. .»iihb ixxnse A. levering. Baltimore. Ml a* Y. L. Eaton. Baltimore, Md. L. I^ane, Orange. N. J. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Church, German* town. Pa. E. A. Maryon, East Orange. N. J. Arthur C. Maryon. East Orange. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W- Myers, I^eomin Ister. D. Crawford and Miss Crawford, Mon treal. Wm. D. Cremer and family, Washing ton. Mrs. James C. Wldmer, Boston. Miss Wldmer, Boston. Miss Elizabeth Wldmer, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander. Springfield. Thomas E. Whltbread. New York. Mr. and Mra. Wm. Benjamin and fam ily, Yonkera, M. Y. Mr and Mrs. Ed. Oray, Newark. Mr. Ed. Gray, Jr., Newark. Mra. W. W. Broga, Springfield. Mass Miss Elizabeth Clark. Springfield. Andrew Mcl Clark. Springfield, Mass l,. B. Clark. Springfield. Maas. ISLAND VIEW COTTAOf. Chebeague Island, Me. L. F. Hamilton, Proprietor. (get advertisement In snother column.) Mr. and Mra. James A. Brown. West field Alice Carey Brown. Westfleld. Mrs. Edward West Atwater. Brooklyn. Mlas Ruth Atwater. Brooklyn. Mr. L. K. Marden. Worcester. Mr. F. D. Hay den, Worcester. Mrs. C. F. Smith. Wercsster. Mrs. Edwin Thwlng. Worcester. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pryor, Melrose. Mrs. P. D. Hayden, Worcester, Mass. Miss Elizabeth Hayden, Worcester, Mass. OCEAN VIEW HOTEL. Bailey's Island, Me. Walter D. Crafts, Proprietor. (S«« advertisement In another column.) Miss J. Weiss, Newark. Miss E. Wilson, Newark. Lb L. Richards, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Richards, Somer ville. Miss Richards. Somervllle. S. T. Richards, SomerVllle. Miss Young. Philadelphia. Miss J. S. Humphrey. Beverly. Sydney T. Skldmore. Philadelphia. Miss R. R. Loose. Reading. Pa. Mrs. E. M. Neumann. Newark. Miss Helen Miller, New York. S. M. Wilson. Washington. D. C. Mrs. A. M. White. Philadelphia. Rev. D. Cameron. Bermuda. W. Z. Brown. Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cowles. Spring field. Emily F. Clegg. Fall River. Bertha E. Fogwell. Fall River. Maud A. Mathews. Fall River. Alex C. Neumann. Newark. Henry Jerolaman. Hilton. N.*J. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Woodls. Worces ter. J. W. Soren, Brookllne. Mass. Mrs. W. Z. Brown. Chicago. Miss Howe. Boston. Miss Buxton. Boston. Miss Burton. Boston. Mrs. Walter Lehman, Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stephana, Reading. Pa. C. J. Ollphant, New York. William C. Hibbert. New York. John M. Cait, Washington, D. C. Miss M. E. Calt, Washington. D. C. Miss M. Laura White, Philadelphia. Miss F .L. Hammer, Philadelphia. Holman White. Philadelphia. Ethel B. Power, Winchester, Mass. Marguerite Power. Winchester, Mass. Dorothy Power, Winchester, Mass. Willie Power, Winchester, Mass. Margaret W. Cameron, Scotland. S. Edgar Wright. Philadelphia. Edgar F. Wright. Philadelphia. S. Edna Springer. New York. Elsie L. Miller, New York. Genevieve I. Roberts, New York. Mrs. George M. Barnes, East Orange. Mary E. Barnes, East Orange. Miss M. Heath, Philadelphia. Holman White, Philadelphia, Pa. Miss Laura J. Ashmore Philadelphia, Miss Ossele. Washington. A. L. Bricher, New York. Mrs. S. T. Skldmore. Phlla.. Pa. Miss Skldmore, Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Viola Bonavlta, Phlla., Pa. Albert P. Willis, Philadelphia, Pa. E. E. Harrington, Chicago. HILL CREST. Chebeague Island, Me. Charles W. Hamilton, Propreitor. (See advertisement In another column.) Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Hutton, Manches ter. Miss N. Pierce, Portland. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Stanton, Orange. P. E. Weingarten. Orange. Helen Bodine. Orange. N. J. George Hlchborn. New York. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keller, Boston. Mrs. Hattle Trask, Brockton. Miss Minetta Waters. Everett. W. J. Bryne, New York. W. C. Sharp, Orange. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Taylor, I*awrence. Vivian Taylor. Lawrence. Mass. Mrs. C. S. Hurd, Newark. Miss M. V. Bower, Newark. Mrs. H. J. Perkins, Springfield. Alice Perkins, Springfield. Dr. H. C. Croscup and wife. New York. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Pope. Cambridge. Belle Hamilton, Boston. Molly Hamilton, Boston. R. B. Robinson. Boston. Prlscllla Lane, Maiden. Mass. W. A. Thelllng. Boston. Mass. A. Schwartz. Boston. Mass. John Goveton, Boston. Mass. Mrs. Henry E. Hess, New York. Mrs. C. 8. Hend, Newark, N. J. Miss M. V. Bronlver. Newark, N. J. Mrs. H. Otto Burkhardt, Brookllne, Mass. Edgar S. Burhardt, Brookllne, Mass. Mrs. M. H. V. Seaverna, Maiden, Maaa Claire L* Burch, Hyde Park, Maaa. Mr. P. Ijine. Boston, Maaa. Mrs. P. I*ane, Boat on, Maes. Dorothy Lane, Boston. Mass Mra. S. A. Cremer, Baltimore, Md. J. Prank Cremer, Baltimore. Mra. Herbert 8. Peare, New York. Wlllard C. Peare. New York City. Mra. W. D. Chaae, New York City. Mra. W. A. White, Boaton Hlghlanda. Rath White, Boaton Hlghlanda. Allan White, Boaton Hlghlanda. Dorothy White, Boaton Hlghlanda. Mra. Salone G. Brown, Salem, Maaa. PEAKS ISLAND HOUSE. Peaka laland, Ma. Ralph E. Row*, Proprietor. (S#« advertisement In another column.) .Edward Sutherland, Yonkera. N. Y. Agnea H. Vance. I^ewlaton. Mlaa K. O. Breanahan. Btidgton. Mlaa E. Breanahan. Brighton, Maaa. Mlaa M. Poley. Worceater, Maaa. P. E. (Joldamlth, Boaton. Maaa. H. L Hartshorn. Taunton, Maaa. R. E. Boa worth, Taunton. Maaa. i. E Wllmarth, Taunton. E N. Ramsdell, St. Johnabury, Vt. Mr. and Mra. T. E. Harrla, St. Johna bury. Vt. J. E. i»rd. North Berwick. Me. Mr. and Mra. E. M. Croaa, Berlin. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Davidson, Berlin. Theo. C. Snckett. New York. P. Oustavlson. New York. O. Henahaw, New York. Nellie M. Decker, New York. Ethel C. Duneanaon, New York. Edith Abrame, New York. Emtlle Abrame, White Plalna, N. Y. Mrs. E. Goldsmith, Paterson, N. J. Miss E. H. Goldsmith. Paterson. N. J. Miss T. Ganahaut. New York. Dr. L. F. Smith. Newark. N. J. J. E. Gregory. Newark. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brings. Boston. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Gibbins. Newark. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. MacArthur. New ark. T. J. Grady. Boston. Lawrence Hopkins. Boston. Wm. A. Murray, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keele, Toronto. S. Goldsmith. New York. E. A. Westcott. Boston. CASCO BAY HOUSE. Long Island, Ms. Charles E. Cushlng, Proprietor. (See advertisement in another column.) H. Herne. Montreal. Anna M. Lowney. South Boston. G. H. Cornell, Westmount, Can. Annie S. McRoble, Westmount. Kittle McRoble, Westmount, Can. H. C. Gurney and wife, Norway. D. Blaustena. Broadway. N. Y. Mary B. Lackey. Auburndale, Mass. Margaret Lackey, Auburndale, Mass. M. F. Naughton. Philadelphia, Pa. E. J. Grlnnan, Philadelphia. J. S. Pike. Boston. Dr -A. W. Keyou and wife. Boston. R. Stahl. Berlin, N. H. Miss Moreau. Berlin. N. H. P. J. Ryan. Philadelphia. Pa. M. J. Brown. Philadelphia, Pa. Miss Hopper. Montreal. A. Johnston. M. D, Montreal. Pelrce Maloney and son, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bradt, Brooklyn. Frai^k E. Bradt, Brooklyn. Frederick W. Bradt, Brooklyn. Agnes Beckman, Jersey City. Olga Gulbrondsen, Brooklyn. S. R. Mayberry, Knightville. J. C. Hocking, Boston. E. H. Ingram. Fitchburg. Mrs. D. R. Murphy, Quebec. Miss Vivian E. Clogg, Westmount. Mrs. A. F. Nevers, Concord, N. H. Miss Edyth Mae Nevers, Concord. Arthur F. Nevers, Concord. N. H. Miss Susie Robertson, Westmount. Miss Babe Robertson, Westmount. Miss Kate Pearson, Westmount. Miss Florence Pearson. Westmount. Miss Ida McLeod, Westmount. Miss Lattee McLeod, Westmount. Frank T. Brown, Montreal. H. W. McBride, Montreal. Bertha J. Spear, West Roxbury. Alex S. Roberts, Montreal. Sarah M. Sldls, M. D.. Brookline. William J. Sidis. Brookline. Evelyne Clark, New York. Alan R. Macfadyen. Montreal. W. C. Fleck, Jenklntown, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Graham, Jenkln 'owj-Pa, Miss M. E. Graham, Jenklntown, Pa. Master Stuard Graham, Jenklntown. D. Robertson, Montreal. Can. Mr. and Mrs. R. Day, Toronto. HAMILTON VILLA. Chebeague Island, Me. A. E. Hamilton, Proprietor. (See advertisement In another column.) (Catherine M. Crabtree. Cambridge. Miss Marj- Dunn. Montreal. Mrs. E. L. Nye, Worcester. Mrs. E. J. Hayhoe. Toronto. R. B. Hayhoe, Toronto. Katherlne I. demons. Springfield. Laura Ball demons, Springfield. Herbert E. Curtis. North Weymouth. Elsie R. Litchfield. East Weymouth. Annie J. Llbby, East Weymoutb. Channlng P. Llbby, East Weymouth. Dr. J. Herbert Llbby. East Weymouth. Eugene H. Llbby. East Orange. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Chamber lain, Brockton. Mrs. Carrie A. Hawes, Waltham. Marlon L. Hawes, Waltham. Helen Bowman, Waltham. Mrs. W. O. Luke, Oskawa. Can. Gertrude Luke. Oskawa. Can. James Eaton. Burlington. Vt. Annie C. Eaton. Burlington, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman. New Sharon, Miss Bowman. New Sharon, Mass. Miss Helen Bowman, New Sharon, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. B. Smith, Spring field. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain. Brockton. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Milliard, Montreal. Miss Elizabeth Millard, Montreal. Miss Susie Milliard, Montreal. SEASIDE COTTAGE. Bsllsys Island, Ms. Mrs. F. E. Cram, Proprietor. (8*« advertisement In another column.) Mr*. Thorns* Tash. Portland. Clara 9. Tash. Portland. Miss Ada B. Johnson. Worcester. Mies Joale H. Bergstrom, Worcev tsr. Mr. snd Mrs. Arther P. Breed. Arl ington, Mass. Mr. A. H. I»mcfellow. New York city. Mr. snd Mrs. Dunn. Worcester. Mrs. J. 8. Nolsn snd family. Cam bridge. W. D. Beach, Detroit Addle E. Pfrrln, Detroit. Annie E. Mscdooald, Detroit. Mra. L. A. Goodwin, Worcester. Mrs. A. L» Goodwin. Worcester. Miss Frost berg, Worcester. Mrs. F. E Longfellow, Boston. Gertnids N. Partridge. Newtonvllle. Mr. snd Mrs. A. H. Longfellow, New York City. ROBINHOOD INN. Bsllsys Island, Ms. Miss J. E. Msssey, Proprietor, (gee advertisement In another eoloma.) Miss C. C. Mssson. Philadelphia. Mr. Edward Wldmayer, New Jersey. Charlea A. Fowler. N. Y. Robert J. Walker, Washington. D. C. Wm F-Zlmmermsn, New Jersey. W. Put Am Page. Boston. Mrs. W.. E Lelsnd. Mechanic Falls Mrs. Msrth* M. Olbbs. Mechanic merriconeaq house. (Continued from first Pace-) remain through the season. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tanner of New York cltj and daughters Stella and Ethel are registered at the Merrlcon eag. being located In a cottage out* side for the present until rooms are ▼seated In the hotel. Mr. F. P. Rogers of Washington. D. Cm who was registered Monday Is connected with the U. S. govern* ment service In that city. Mr. W. H. Starr of New York, had the biggest kite of Casco bay up for a flight In the azure this week. This monster takes up nearly a mile or heavy cord and Its ribs are of stout bamboo. A bight of the rope Is al ways held around a post. Sometimes a half dozen flags are sent up on the line. Mr. and Mrs. W. Eugene Turton or Newark, who arrived Sunday evening are on their first trip to Casco Bay. Mr. Turton was a business acquain tance of Col. Campbell In New York city. • LITTLE CHEBEAQUE. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Reed of Portland, who are considered among the leading summer residents of Cas co Bay. are occupying their handsome cottage here as usual. They have been down since May and will prob ably remain until late in September. At present they are entertaining Misses Hattle W. Pollard and Grace B. Reed of Orrlngton. Other cottagers on Little Chebea gue this season who are taking much social enjoyment are Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hills and family of Gam bler. O.. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fogg and family of Boston and Mr. H. W. Bar nard of Portland. The latter is the well known vocalist. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Morrell and family of Portland are occupying their beautifully situated cottage on Casco Bay's gem. Little Chebeague; as they have in the past seasons. Mr. Morrell makes a daily trip to Portland to at tend to business. SOUTH HARPSWELL. (Continued from page 2.) are again located on their lot next to Mr. Waldo Fitts and family of Med Solid Comfort cottage. field. Mass., are in the Solid Comfort for August. They had the Noble cot tage several seasons. The Linwood cottage has been the scene of many lively times this sum mer. At present Mr. and Mrs. Jor dan White are there and also Miss Hastings, their niece, from Brooklyn. X. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer White left for Topsham Tuesday. Mr. John P. Thomas. Jr., accompan ied by Mr. Prank Baxter is cruising eastward on his yacht Constance as far as Castlne in company with Mr. Paul Woodman's yacht Banshee and some other members of the Binnacle Club of Harvard young men. Mr. A. B. Martin has returned to Boston and Mr. L*. H. Spaulding ac companied him. being called up on business for a few days. The weekly tea at the yacht club on Saturday afternoons is getting to be a pleasant affair with the members. At this time the races are discussed and plans for future regattas consid ered. Mrs. Henry R. Rose left on Tuesday to meet Rev. Henry R. Rose at Niaga ra Falls. They will make a trip on the St. Lawrence to Montreal. Quebec and the Saguenay river and will also visit Halifax. Grand Pre where "Evan geline" lived. Digby and St. Johns. They will return to South Harpswell about August 31. Rev. Henry .R. Rose has traveled some 4000 miles this Falls. James C. Fox, Portland. Mrs. Braithwaite, Toronto, Can. Miss Dorothy Braithwaite, Toronto. Miss Hendrle, Hamilton. Ont. Mrs. Hendrle. Hamilton. Miss E. B. Latta. Philadelphia. Miss A. T. Rldgway, Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. S. R. Emory. Philadelphia. Miss Anna H. Emory, Phlladelprla. Miss M. Russell. Philadelphia. Mrs. R. S. Stevens, South Orange. Miss Stevens, South Orange. N. J. Miss Ida Jacobs. Newark. N. J. Miss Martha Jacobs. Newark. Miss Alma Jacobs. Newark. N. J. Miss Eleanor Jacobs. Newark. N. J. Miss Johanna Jacobs. Newark. Mrs. Hay. Toronto. Master Hendrle Hay. Toronto. Miss Watson. Hamilton, Can. Miss M. Watson. Hamilton, Can. Rev. and Mrs. B. O, Baldwin, Scar borough on the Hudson. Miss M. W. Gale, Boston, Mass. Mr. Edwin Wldmayer, New Yorjt. Miss S. B. Walker. New York. Miss N. M. Shepard. New York. Miss Esther Deeley, New York. Miss Floience Deeley, New York. Miss Henrietta Deeley. New York. Master Lewi* O. Foster, Jersey City. Miss Marjorle Loom Is. Montreal. Miss Roberta Loom Is. Montreal. Daniel Loomls. Montreal. Arthur Loomls, Montreal. Miss Marie T. Wldmayer, New York. CASCO CASTLE South Freeport, Me. James A. Fuller, Proprietor. (Ree advertisement In another column.) Qen'l. Chas K Furlong. New York. Mr. and Mr*. Edwin C. and Ml** Ethel Merrill, Ea*t Orange. T. J. Barter and family, Bo*ton. Mrs. E. O. Woodllng and Ml** Luclle and Master Preston Woodllng and nurse. Crawford. Mrs. John D. Templeton. Colorado. Miss Maldee Pope. Austin, Tex. Miss Mary Watson. Austin. Tex Mrs Ivan 8pirol and Mis* Roae Splr ol. New York City. Mr and Mr* N P and Ml** Hazel HefBey, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr and Mr*. F O. and Miss Mabel Newhall. Brighton. Mm Mr and Mr* Charlea H. and Floyd Adam* Brighton. Mas* Mrs Minis. Miss Mines and maid. Sa vannah. Oa Mrs. Charles H. and Caroline Bus well. Nevy^n. Mass summer visiting Mammoth Cave and the place where Abraham Lincoln lived at various times In his impres sive career. One night recently Robert Bibber's gum machine was knocked down and broken into and a quantity of choco late stolen. Mr. George A. Elliott and son. Geo. of East Rochester, N. H., arrived at South Harpswell for a two weeks' va cation during the past week. Candy's Harbor Mrs. A. J. Harris and children re turned Tuesday from a two weeks* stay in Richmond. Mrs. Frank L. Thompson has gone to her home in Bath for two weeks, where she will entertain her brother. Capt. Harry P. Percy and family of New York. Mrs. Elbridge Thompson. Mrs. W. Benson. Miss Nellie Brigham and Charles Benson passed Sunday in Bath, Brunswick and Richmondi Mrs. Laura Percy was very ill the first of the week, but at present writ ing is more comfortable. Mrs. Lemuel Davis and son. Walter, are here from Portland for a short visit. Mrs. H. Leroy Catlin and little daughter, Gladys, are in Brunswick for a few days visit with Mrs. John Walsh. Miss Jessie Holbrook Is home from Brunswick lor a three weeks' vaca tion. Mrs. W. A. Lapler and daughters, Lettie and Doris, have returned to their home in Cape Porpoise after a pleasant two weeks' visit with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Freeman of Taunton, Mass.. are here for a ten days' visit. Miss Angle Watson has returned home after a few days in Brunswick with her brother. Dr. C. W. Watson. Mrs. Clarence Wilson is entertain ing friends from Santiago. Cal. Sandy cove is unusually gay at present, there being more "campers," than at any one time in several past years. Mrs. Peter Hanson and son, Char ley, will return home this week from a two weeks stay with friends in Brunswick. We are very glad of our people returning there are too few even when all are home. HOUSEHOLD WISDOM. How Flae Table Linen May Be Pi »■ •rrvrd by Proper Treatment. Tablecloths and napkins should nev er have a touch of starch In them, says the New York Journal, but should be wrung out with very hot water, and then each piece should be Ironed until tt Is perfectly dry. going over and over it with the Iron until not a suspicion of moisture Is left In It. With a tablecloth, after having Ironed the whole cloth, place the clothes basket under the Iron ing board to catch the cloth as It works over, fold It carefully, so that the edges meet and the crease Is exactly down the middle, and Iron as It is creased; then lay the cloth on a table or somewhere where It will air a little before putting It away In the linen drawer or shelf. Centerpieces and doilies that are embroidered In colors or made of drawn work should never be allowed to get very soiled before washing, not only because everything that belongs to a table should be kept spotlessly clean. but because they are perishable things ami should never be rubbed ban! to get spots out. A soap lather Is best for washing embroidered pieces, as soap should never be rubbed directly on them. Make a thick lather of soap and lay a centerpiece in It. washing it carefully, but patting Instead of rubbing as much as possible. Squeeze In. drying with out wringing; get the knack of getting all the water out that way, and Iron dry. Wash the colored embroidery pieces one at a time, spreading them out on towels to keep the colors from coming against another layer of the linen. There may tie a piece that the colors will run In, and every piece may bear Its mark If washed all together. Drawn work may be washed with a little less rare, for soap not only may but should be rubbed directly Into the pleee, and If one piece Is a little yel low It may be washed out well and laid out In the air to bleach with the suds still In It. How to Praar Tr»n. We mu*t prune yoang fralt treea be fore they are planted, cutting the top aererely to prMore a balance between the top and the root, the latter ha ring been greatly redored In dlggll % th* tree from the nurwery, Mja Huhurbai Ufe. We moat rat oat at thla tit. any branoben not needed for the fc mat Ion of the head, and we may pai the end* of the root* smoothly ti were roagbly cat with the apade digging. We moat watch the you. tree daring the growing eeanon ai atop the growth of any aboota growing their nelghbora and rub any aboota not dealred aa aoon aa i are dlaroTered. We mint prane here and there, aa the tree* grow ol_ aorh aboota aa are being "mothered branrhea above them or that are bell Injured by otbera rabblog ai them and aim to give the tree a metrical low headed fonn. When lower branrhea become weak we moat lncreaae their vigor by ratting oat branchew from the top. thoa focrtng growth Into them, and never. If It cam be avoided, cot a large branch fron the main track. «• Omi In cleaning motber-of pearl nib K with fine powdered pa mire and wata* and pollab with rotteoatooe motntened with dilute aalpbtnic add. applied with a eoft cork.