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OCEAN VIEW HOTEL.
BAILEY'S ISLAND LEADING SUM
MER HOTEL IS COMPLETELY
FILLED WITH TOURISTS.
Many of the Quests Are to Remain
Until After Labor Day.
The house Is crowded with tourists,
many of whom have been regular
guests here for many years past. In
addition to the sleeping accommoda
tions at the hotel many are rooming
in nearby cottages and Manager
Crafts has secured a cottage for a
party of eight from Lewlston who
wanted the advantages of his hotel.
Every day applications are being re
ceived. all of which have to be refused
on account of the crowded conditions
here. Bailey's Island is certainly
proving to be one of the banner Is
lands for entertaining tourists.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Hammond
of Cranston City, R. I., are here for
their honeymoon, having registered
Tuesday morning. They were mar
ried Monday last at the beautiful sum
mer home of Mrs. McAuslan. sister of
Mrs. Hammond, at her villa at Hlg*
gins Beach, Rev. H. L. Folsom. rector
of the Episcopal church at Biddeford.
Me., performing the ceremony. The
wedding was a very pretty affair, the
cottage being beautifully decorated
with wild flowers, ferns, etc., for the
occasion. Mr. Hammond is owner
and publisher of the Cranston City
Times, the weekly publication of that
city, the business office of which is
in Providence. R. I. Mrs. Hammond
was Loriane Tyler of Providence. R.
L
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Beatty of New
York City registered Sunday evening
for a sojourn of two weeks. Mr.
Beatty is assistant engineer of the
Interborough Rapid Transit Co. of
that city.
Mrs. A. E. Hasbrook. wife of the
well known business manager of the
Lowell Daily Mail, in company with
her three year old son. and daughter,
Miss Dorothy, are here for the re
mainder of the summer months. The
family were here last season and
spent a delightful vacation. Mr. Has
brook is a newspaper man of years
of experience. For 15 years he was
connected with the Kansas City Times
and later he was business manager of
the Hartford, Conn.. Post.
Miss Eugenie Jaques. M. D.. of Jer
sey City, accompanied by her sister.
Miss Elsie Jaques of the same city,
are here for a short vacation.
Mrs. A. M. Brown and daughter of
Springfield. Mass.. registered Thurs
day of last week for an indefinite so
journ. This is their first outing here.
Dr. R. Allen Woodruff of Bartlett
avenue. Pittsfield. Mass.. accompanied
by his son, R. S. Woodruff. Miss M.
Smith, also of the same city, and Mrs.
Lamunt of Phllmont, N. Y., arrived
Tuesday last for an extended visit.
The party are delighted with the is
land and are making the most of their
time taking in the places of Interest
among the islands of the bay.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Baldwin of New
ark. X. J., registered here Sunday for
a two weeks' vacation. Mr. Baldwin
is a well known chemist.
HILL CREST.
MANY NEW ARRIVALS HAVE
REGISTERED HERE DURING
THE PAST FEW DAYS.
The Young People Are Planning Sev
eral Functions To Raise Funds
for Field Day.
During the past few days several
have registered here and at the end
of the week nearly all of the rooms
will be taken for the remainder of
the season. The table Is a credit to
the house and Mr. Hamilton Is re
ceiving deserved praise for the tempt
ing menu offered at each meal.
Charles Bowie of Gorham is chef here
this season.
Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan and
son, Harold J. Morgan, of Wallaston,
Mass., who have been here for their
summer outing returned home Satur
day morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Blcknell of
Dorchester Mass., with their two
children are here again with us. hav
ing arrived Saturday. The Blcknells
have been regular sojourners here
for many years and are greatly re
spected by their many friends here
on the Island. Since June 15 the
family have been occupying their
bungalow at North Cohasset. Mass.,
and while there they had a most de
lightful outing. We all gladly wel
come them back again.
W. A. Thompson, telegraph editor
of the Philadelphia I^edger, one »f
the leading dally publications in the
Quaker City, and Mr. J. C. Isamlng
er, assistant sporting editor of the
Philadelphia American, were here at
the house for a few days laat week.
Both gentlemen are enjoying their
vacation and are spending a few
days at several of the leading reaorts
along the Maine coast At present
they are enjoying a abort fishing trip
to Belgrade Lakes.
Scott B. Putnam and Dexter An
drews, both of Beverly, Mau . were
resist *»red here last week for a short
outing. Mr. Putnam was renewing
former acquaintances here on th*
Island. IajU year he waa on the
"Breeze" staff and made many friends
during his wesson here. Both young
men were compelled to return Sun
day to resume their professions.
Mr. J. H. Parker of Burlington.
Vt, a well known banjoist of more
than ordhisry ability, accompanied by
his daughter, Miss MIMred Parker,
a talented young miss who plays the
mandolin and violin with rare skill,
famished the guests of the house
with an hour's entertainment on Fri
day evening last. All the selections
were finely rendered and much ap
. predated by the large audience pres
ent that taxed the seating capacity
of the music hall. Following Is the
program:
"Mile Napoleon." Luders
"Miserere" from "T1 Troratore"
Verdi
"Hungarian Dance," Brahms
Gems from "King Dodo." Luders
"Sorella." Clerc
"Fantasia." from "Madame Au
got," Lecquoe
Humorous Songs. Selected
Selection from -Woodland." Luders
Selection, "Humpty Dumpty."
Cole and Johnston
Polka "La Lepica," Curtl
THE HAMILTON.
HOUSE CROWDED TO OVERFLOW
AND ALL HAVE A MOST DE
LIGHTFUL TIME.
Many Social Affairs Are Scheduled
for the Coming Week.
The Saturday evening dancing par
ty was a brilliant success and as usu
al the dancing surface was crowded
during the majority of the dsnces.
Several of the professors who are at
the summer school at Hope Island
were in attendance. The music was
of the usual high order. Last
evening's party was also a most de
lightful affair. These functions are
a source of great pleasure for the
younger set here.
Hans Kownatzkl of New York
City, an artist of fame, is registered
here for a short time. Already he
has secured some of the superb views
that are to be found on the island
and also on the other islands of the
bay.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Xewall of
Springfield. Mags., registered Thurs
day for an extended sojourn here.
They were most tappily received by
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
C. Xewall. who are also summering
here. It is seldom that there is to
be found in a summer hotel four gen
erations of one family, yet this Is the
proud distinction that the Xewall
family may claim. Besides Mr. and
Mrs. Xelson C. Xewall senior, there
is their son and wife Mr. and Mrs.
Albert \V. Xewall. his daughter, Mrs.
Howard Drummond of Rye, X. Y.,
and her young daughter, Elizabeth
Drummond. This happy family have
been having a pleasant reunion, and
with their other many relatives who
are summering here at their cottages
form a delightful party.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Matlock of
Perth. Ont., arrived Thursday last
for an outing of two weeks or more.
They are friends of Mr. and Mrs. M.
A. Meighen, also of this city, who
are summering here having arrived
over three weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson K. Levering
and young son, W. K. Levering. Jr.,
of Baltimore, Md., in company with
Miss Louise A. Levering and Miss
Louise Cator, also of that famous
city of the South, registered Satur
day afternoon to spend the remainder
of the season here. Mrs. W. K.
Levering and the Misses Levering
and Cator were among the tourists
here last season. They were greatly
pleased with the Island and its fine
opportunities for boating and fishing.
We are glad to see them with us
again this season and trust their
I outing will be a source of great pleas
ure.
Mrs. Charles A. Bowles of Spring
field. Mass., is here for the season
and is accompanied by her daughter.
Miss Dorothy, and son. Chester B.
Bowles. Mr. Charles A. Bowles is
a brother to Samuel Bowles 3rd of
Springfield, editor of the Springfield
Republican. The Republican edi
torially is one of the greatest publi
cations in this country and it is with
out question the leading dally lp the
Bay State. Its mission is always
Justice and during its long and hon
orable career it has always advocated
that which was for the rights of the
people.
Mrs. Joel B. Harris ot Rutland.
Vt.. arrived Thursday last for an
extended sojourn. Mrs. Harris is the
mother of William A. Harris of
Springfield, Mass., who with his
wife and delightful family are here
for the season at their cottage, also
she is the mother of Mrs. William C.
Newall and Mrs. Charles A. Bowles,
both being here at the house, also
Mrs. Frederick Sweeney, of Newton
Centre, who Is here at the Lynch
cottage with her family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson of
Hallowell. Me., registered Saturday
last to sp^nd a few days here as the
guests of Mr. M. J. Mellin of Pitts
burg. Pa., who is spending a short
outing here. Mr. Johnson conducts
a large shoe manufacturing plant In
that city.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Chamberlain
with their daughter. Miss Mary and
nephew. Harold 8. Hall, and Miss
Harriett M. Dillon of Hudson. Mass..
arrived Monday to spend their sum
mer outing here. The family were
here last summer and had a most
pleasant sojourn. Friday they will
be joined by Roswell and William
Hall and Miss Christine Hall. Mrs.
Henry L». Patrick of Hopedal«\ Mass..
and Mrs. LowHl Jordan of West
Upton, sisters of Mrs. Chamberlain,
sre also expected here at that time.
All of the guests are greatly pleased
to have this happy fsmlly party here
among them. Mr. Chamberlain Is
a member of the house Field Day
committee and he will certainly be a
valuable addition to this hustling or
ganization.
Misses Slgrld and Hlldar 8. Bloom
of Ronton, Mam. registered 8'inday
for a two wwki' sojourn These
young ladles were her® on the Island
laat season and made many friends
daring tbelr visit.
The Sunday evening praise service
conducted by the Rev. D. C. Abbott,
pastor of the M. K. church, brought
out a large attendance and was of
unusual Interest. Rev. Mr. Abbott
delivered a short talk which was
highly spoken of by all attending.
Mr. Alfred Eastman Lunt of Beverly,
bass soloist of the First Baptist
church In that city, rendered In a fin
ished manner. "Now the Day Is
Over." Mr. Walter C. Rogers was
the accompanist
WATCH won OUR
•OUVKNIft COITION.
THE WOODBINE
HOUSE CROWDED WITH SUMMER
TOURISTS AND MANY ARE
AT THE ANNEX ALSO.
Several Washington Parties Are ex*
Pected Early Next Week to Re
main Until September 1.
This popular and homelike boarding
house Is having a most successful sea
son and In conversation with the writ
er. Tuesday. Mrs. Sinnett said she
was entertaining more guests at this
time than for several years past.
Many of the tourists of former years
are registered here and next week a
large party from Washington, among
whom are the Small family. Dr. Ueech
and family and Mrs. Florence Miller
and son. Allen Miller, are due to ar
rive to spend the remainder of the
month. • Mrs. Sinnett personally su
pervises her house and It is her pur
pose to please all who register with
her.
Mrs. E. Y. Blunt of Brooklyn. N. Y.
| and ber daughter. Miss Elite Blunt.
I are here at the house since early last
month. They are expecting to enter
tain many friends during the coming
weeks, among whom will be her
brother.
Mrs. E. E. Cross of Washington. D.
C., arrived Wednesday last to spend
the remainder of the summer season
with us. She was among the tourlst3
here two seasons ago and last year
she occupied a cottage here on the
island.
Misses Jennie and Bessie Stewart
of New York City arrived Monday to
spend two weeks here.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wight of New
York City registered here Friday last
for a short visit. This is their first
visit to Bailey's and they are much
pleased with the island. Tuesday
they were in Portland seeing the
places of interest in that popular city.
A. Louise M. Gilbert of Brooklyn. N.
Y.. in company with her sister. Ida I.
Gilbert, and Miss Mabel H. Despard.
both of that city, were among the ar
rivals of Wednesday last. The young
ladies are enjoying their first outing
here and they are so well pleased that
they will remain until early In Septem
ber.
Mrs. E. M. White of Elizabeth, N. J.,
is summering here since the latter
part of July. Monday next she ex
pects her sister and nephew who are
also to make an extended sojourn here
with us.
AUCOCISCO HOUSE.
MID-SUMMER DAYS PASSING ALL
TOO QUICKLY FOR THE
GUESTS HERE.
Successful Dancing Party Given Last
Saturday Evening.
Miss Caswell of Phoenixville, Pa.,
who has been a guest here for sev
eral weeks has taken the Johnson
cottage for the remainder of tte
son.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Demoss of
Cambridge. Mass.. who were also
guests at the hotel are domiciled at
the Bradford cottage for an extended
sojourn.
The regular weekly dance took
place Saturday evening and was
much enjoyed by the young people.
Rev. F. A. M. Brown, pastor of
the Presbyterian church at New Ha
ven. Ct.. with his family, arrived the
first of the week to spend the month
of August here.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Walsh
of New York are expected to arrive
on Tuesday, remaining until Septem
ber 1st.
Others expected are Mr. Martin
Tinsley and Miss Tlerman of New
York who have engaged rooms here
for the remainder of August.
Among those returning home were
the H. H. Gllkyerson family of Phoe
nixvllle. Pa., also left on Thursday.
Quite a party attended the Gem
Theater, Peaks Island, Saturday eve
ning. including Messrs. Hunter, Stone.
Oberholtzer, Coyle, Mrs. Munter, Miss
Hunter and Miss Oberholtzer.
PEAKS ISLAND HOUSE.
O. A. R.'S ENJOYED A PLEASANT
SOCIAL AND SHORE DINNER.
Interesting Jotting* of the Quests.
On Saturday evening quite a large
party of the D. A. R. society mem
bers had a shore dinner at this house
and attended the Oem theatre in the
evening where the management had
courteously placed a box at the dis
posal of Mrs. Donald McLean, presi
dent general of the national society,
who has been a guest of honor of the
local society, Elizabeth Wadsworth
chapter, during the past week. The
boxes for the party were tastefully
decorated with American flag*, giv
ing a most patriotic and festive air
to the occasion. Among those In
cluded In the party were Mr. and Mrs.
Donald McLean, Miss Bessie McLean.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kendall, Mrs.
Ralph Kendall. ex-Mayor and Mrs.
F. E. Boothby, Mrs. J. Eakin Gadsby.
historian of the national society; Mrs.
Charles Crelghton of Thomaston. Me.,
state regent; Mrs. Oeorge LeFavor,
Mrs. Newlaod Bishop. Mrs. Oeorge F.
Mountfort. Mrs. J. E. Pickett, Mrs.
George P. Thomas, Mrs. John E.
Palmer. 1st regent of local Elisabeth
Wadsworth chapter, aod now honor
ary state regent; Mrs. Bewail C.
Ripley. Mrs. O. R. Legrow, Mrs. W.
O. Clark. Miss A. L. McDonald. Mrs.
Rufus Thlbbette, Mr. Frederic Vallle,
Miss Julia Vallle, Mrs. John C. Palm
er, Mrs. F. C. Hlgglns of Lenox,
Mass.
Mrs. John Campbell of Boston, a
patron of the hotel, has had as a re
cent visitor, Miss N. E. Messinger
of Boston, for whom several social
affair* were given, among theni a sail
ing party.
On Monday evening last, Mr. Art
M. Wellington of Boston, a humorist,
gave a pleasing entertainment His
Impersonations of well known stage
characters were most clever, and for
an all round entertainer Mr. Welling
ton excells In this special art.
Mr. Charles Stanley who has been
sojourning here for several weeks
with his family, left on Saturday for
New York. Joining the Grace George
Company which opens at Lyceum
Theater. New York. August 12th.
Grace George. (Mrs. William A. Bra
dy) will star this season In Sardou's
play known as "Divorcons."
Mrs. Charles Stanley and Miss Viola
Stanley will remain at Peaks for
some weeks longer.
Wllkesbarre. Pa., Is represented by
Dr. and Mrs. Lang and children..
Their maid accompanied them. They
will remain through August.
A number of the guests made up a
pleasure party on Thursday. . which
included, also, a number of the cot
tagers summering at Peaks. A trip
was made In Captain Randall's
motor boat, the 'Tourist." to Orr's
Island where a shore dinner was en
Joyed.
Among recent arrivals registered
here was Mr. Louis Clyne of New
York, a prominent Jeweler of that
city, who is spending his fourth sea
son at this favorite hostelry.
BAILEY ISLAND.
(Continued from First Page.)
ton of Arlington. Mass.. who came
Saturday morning for a visit of two
weeks.
Mrs. M. G. Barber of Fitchburg.
Mass.. Mrs. Mary E. Bemis and Mrs.
P. K. Comins of Spencer, Mass., re
turned to their respective homes yes
terday after spending the past two
weeks at the Starr cottage. Mr.
E. J. Starr and family from Spencer
Mass.. arrived yesterday and will oc
cupy their summer home for the re
mainder of the season.
Mr. B. I. Spock of New Haven,
Conn., of the law department of the
New York. New Haven and Hartford
Railroad, is spending a few weeks
with friends* on the island.
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Pratt of
Rumford Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Irish of Buckfield. Me., Mr. S. C.
Pratt of Turner Center, and Miss
Clara M. Jones of Rumford Falls will
occupy "Clarada." Mr. Pratt's sum
mer home for the next three weeks.
The party arrived on Friday last, and
are yearly visitors to Bailey's. Mr.
Elisha Pratt is cashier of the Rumford
Falls Trust Co., and Mr. Irish is en
gaged in the die and cutting block
business at Buckfield.
Miss Ida Yetton who has been
spending several weeks at the "Rose
mont" as the guest of Mrs. R. W.
Potter has returned to her home in
Lewiston.
Rev. and Mrs. John Kimball and
three children of Marlboro. N. H.,
are at the Turner cottage on Summer
Hill for the next three weeks with
their friends, many of whom come
from Turner Center. Mr. Kimball
is pastor of the Universalist Church
a( Marlboro. N. H.. and is here on his
a'nnual vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Rowell and
family of I^ancaster, N. H.. arrived
Wednesday last to spend a short out
ing of about ten days' duration at the
•Periwinkle"' on Mackerel Cove shore.
Thursday last Mr. and Mrs. Benja
min Benton of the same place were
visiting them, and spent a most de
lightful day here on the island.
Miss Pauline and Jennie Ramsey of
Paterson N. J., arrived here on
Tuesday of last week to spend a
short sojourn at "Sea Breeze" as the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Rein
hart and family, also of Paterson.
Mr. and Mrs. George Russ and
family of Somerville, Mass., who are
here at their cottage "Somervllla,"
on Mackerel Cove shore, entertained
as their guest on Sunday of last
week. Miss Ethel Thayer, also of
Somerville. who returned home on
the following Monday. Mr. Alonzo
Russ left Bailey's. Friday to assume
his duties at the business house
where he is employed.
The Sayre family of Philadelphia
who are yearly visitors to Bailey's,
are on a cruise to Gardiner, Me.
The party left on Tuesday morning
of last week and expect to be gone
about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A.
V. Sayre and Prof. William L. Sayre
are on the trim yawl "Alga" owned
by Mr. Albert Willis, and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis K. Sayre and son are on
the "Eleanor." No doubt a good
trip will be had with weather per
mitting.
Mr. R. W. Potter of Lewlston, ar
rived here on Saturday laat to spend
part of this week with his family at
"Rosemont" on Summer Hill.
Miss S. A. Joyce of New York and
Miss E. H. Nachard of Philadelphia,
Pa., are visiting at W. H. Hall's.
Long Island
Dr. and Mrs. O. J. Anderson. Miss
Bertha Swett and Miss Mabel Smith,
all of Westbrook, are guests at the
new Ijirrabee cottage, Marrtner'a
landing. Mr*. Ben Larrabee was
the flrat regular passenger from the
new Doughty's Wharf to Portland.
Miss Ira Record of Baat Auburn ar
rived Saturday and Is now the guest
of her grandparenta, Mr. and Mra.
Morrell. at the Morrell cottage. Mr.
Irrle Curtla la here for a two weeks'
visit. Mr. Charlea Curtis spent Sun
day here with his family.
We are going to hare oar share of
Regimental Association reunions here
this month. The following hare been
announced: Aug. 7, Fourteenth Maine
Regiment; Aug. 8, 1-10 2»th Reg. and
their An*.; Ang. l»-*4, #Seventh
Maine Reg.; Ang. 20. Seventeenth
Maine Reg ; Aug. St. Thirtieth Maine
Reg.; Ang. 20. Twenty-fifth Maine
Reg. The 7th Maine, 14th Maine
and the M0-29th Maine all own large
buildings here. The Auxiliary of the
1-10-29th Regiment own the large
(Continued on Page 8.)
THe Ocean View Hotel
BAILEY ISLAND. ME.
WALTER. D. CRAFTS* Prop* <SL Manager
The Ocean View at it's name Indicate* commands a wide and (weeping
▼lew of Bailey'a Island shores. Only three minntes walk to the steamboat
wharf and the fine sand beach at the head of Mackerel Cove. Large airy
rooms. Beds with hair mattresses. Oar table la unequalled, lobster and sea fish
In abundance. Excellent service. Everything first claas. Four room bath
bonse free to gnests. Bathing suits to let. Long distance telephone in hotel.
Circulars with rates on application. Hotel open all the year aronnd. Spe
cial rates to winter tourists.
L. M. YORK
Bailey's Island,
Maine.
Caseo Bay's Leadisg
General Store,
You will find every
thing here that is sup
plied from a first class
grocery and provision
store. Fresh invoices
of Meat, Fo*l, Game,
Provisions and Fruit re
ceived daily. Oar prices are low. considering the quality of goods received. We carry
Hardware, Paints. Oils Etc. Hardwod for open fireplaces a specialty. Dry Gocds,
Boots. Shoe«, Rubbers and fishermen's supplies. Our teams visit all parts cf the island.
Pablic telephone station. House lots for sa'e. Excellent Sites.
WOODBINE AND COTTAGE.
BAILEY'S ISLAND. MAINE.
Mrs. Humphreys. Sinnott, Proprietor.
An Ideal Summer Home with a uble that is supplied with the best oo the market.
Fish, Clams, Lobsters, etc. Fine bathing and baatiug privileges. Beach only one minutes'
walk from the house. Open from June to October.
Rates on application. Dinners a specialty
CHARLES S. THOMAS
Carpenter and Builder
Sailey'alalancl, Me.
Estimates cheerfully given on all kinds of
building and repairing. All work under my personal supervision.
JAMES G. STETSON.
Bailey's Island See Cream Parlor.
Our Ice Cream U made from pur* dairy crotm and selected crushed fruit. Delivered in bricks
by quart or ration. Stetson's famous caramels arc made on the premises daily and are for sal*
by all the leadirur stores in the bay. No finer candy mad*> Finest line of Confectionery. Fruit.
NutV etc. Try our cool soda, all fruit syrups We ar* the exclusive arents for the Casco Bay
Breeze, orders taken her*. Pap«rs. Magazines. Souvenir Postals. Novelties. Etc- Our team calls for
and delivers orders.
ROBINHOOD INN.
BAILEY ISLAND.
Miss J. E. Massty, Prop.
Th« most delightful tnd exclusive spot on
the island. Situated on th« cut end tn full
view of th« ocean. Beautiful pine groves and
walks around the house. The house is mod
em in every respect, toilets, hatha and sew
ersce. Rates and circulars on application.
Siatlit Aim, Bailiy's Islntf, Me.
Mrs. Chester Sinnett, Prop.
Idaal lodrlini hMM with Una. Urc*. airy
room*, commanding • An* rl*w of tK« ocaan.
Rataa $2 <*) to M.00 par waak. according to loca
tion of am*. Board can ba had at tha Sfuid*
Cottaga adjoining tha Annas. Sea our roocnt
bafora engaging elaawhara.
DAVID P. SINNETT,
But MMw, Mill, Ml.
Motor and pleasure boat# of all
kinds made to order. We have oar
own private wharf at Mackeral
Core Boats to let by the day, week
or season. Wbarf privileges at rea
sonable charges.
Black, White and Brown. Good wearing tennis at low prloee. Men'a Ladle*',
Boys', Youths' and Children's. Beet White Sole Oood-year Tennis, High
and Low Cot. Agente for the famous Terhane Shoe for Men.
Grmnlt* Sprint Din in* Roam.
Sranite Sprint Hotel and Casino
LOtt ISLAM
Largest Hotel on tba Bay. Oil ud
•▼•ry accommodation. Mineral Spring
Water. Ratee on application. Open
Jane 16 to Sapt. 15. Sbora dinners ft
•paclallty.
PRESCRIPTIONS.
Are a special feature of this Drue Store. We
are splendidly equipped for the careful compound
ing of Difficult Prescriptions and are never at a loss
to properly handle them.
BROWN & TURNER,
APOTHECARIES,
501 Congress Street, Porttend, Maine.

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