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Our Store Will Be Wide Open ALL DAY Also the Other Saturdays in August OWEN, MOORE & OO. Tbm Btor* of Qo*Uty We're a Specialty Store Dealing in Gloves, Hosiery, Waists, Neck wear, Belts and Veiling, and we know our business thoroughly. We know how to buy-where to buy—what to buy—and when you buy here you leave feeling sat isfied with your purchase, knowing that the goods are right in styie, quality and price. • Mrs. William A. Trufant | Opp. the Postoffice Chebaasue Island. Main* Boarder* can have home Ilk* aooomo 4atlon here with large, miry chamber*. Bate* on application. Open June 20 to Sept. 20. William A. Trufant Hamilton** landing, Chcbeagne Island, Maine. Parties can aocue pleasure boata of all kinds for all occasion*, aim Naphtha Launches capable of carrying twenty pas* senders with experienced men in charge. Row boats to let at reasonable charges. Wharf Privileges to lot. HAMILTON <SL GRANNELL Chebeague'i Largeat and Best Stocked Groceir and Provision Store everything of tbe best at lowest cash prioes. Oar Meat Dept. is always wall stocked. Oar teams visit all sections of the Island several timee daily to collect and deliver or ders. We want roar trade and will try and please too- Remember oar looation— Hamilton's Landing, Cbebeegne. A. E. PINKHAM SOUTH HARPSWELL. MAINE BTAULZS AT MERRICOHEAG HOUSE OCEAN VIEW HOUSE AUBURM COLOMr Tbe finest livery and boarding •tables in Casco Bay. Oar three stables are equipped to handle all the bual ness of this place ana we are prepared to (orniah teams with careful driver* st any hour of the day or night. Expressing snd moving of sll kinds reoeive prompt ana careful attention. Have all your bag gage checked in care of A. E. Pink ham, Baggage Master, South Harpswell, Maine. Littlefield & Co., Grocers 109-111 Commercial St., Portland and Peak's Island, lie. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERIES, MEATS, AND PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS We make a specialty of supplying Hotels. Cottages, Schooners and Yachting Parties. In fact we hare everything in onr line. Order Teams visit all parts of Peak's Island several times daily. Our Prices are Right—Prompt Service—Everything F/ret C/ase Ash Point on Cnsco Bay's most — beautiful shore. L/H« JPAULPING, So, Harp swell, Me, George A. Greene Lrag Island, Mala* ARCHITECT * BUILDER Cottage Work a Specialty. Dealcner and builder of lentil new weat cod cottage*. Eatimatee cheerfully given at any time. Fred S. Purrington lfortk Harp*well, Me. PLEASURE YACHTS of all patterna from 12 to 00 ft.t built and flnlabed in any at.vle ef wood. Alio Roata and Tenders, all baiit by the day or con tract. I will be glad to aatimate 011 any Job large or amalL Pleaae give me a call. H. S. HAMILTON CARPENTER IND BUILDER Contract work carefully performed. Jobbing, repairing or altering promptly attended to. CHEBKAOUe ISLAND, MB. WIL80N BR08. Orr's Island, M«. vDiLontoy Laaachat, Yaalrta ail Mir Baits Of Bf«rj Dwtrlyllin Tarda >nd ibopt it Orr's bland, Mt. Bftt of workmanship g airtotMd. Put models or hmry seagoing boats. Agents for all makas of gasolene fD|lnn. Ba •ara and get oar prices before ordering boate of any description. Prompt deliv ery. Best of references. Chandler'a Military Band and Orcheatra Any combination of musician* from an orchestra of thraa piacaa to a mili tary band of forty, furnished at abort notice. Headquarters, VT Monument aqoare. TaL 1(43-12. C. M. Brooke agent. . American Dairy Lunch D. J. MacDONALD 190 Mlddla St., Portland, Main*. Nearly opposite Use poet* fled ICUk, Cream, etc., freeb from dairy farm daily. Beet of food, qnlckeet ear ▼tea, reasonable prices Visit ns when la towa. ...McLELLAN S... Tents, Boat Covers, Spray Hoods and Awnings are the Best. $«/»</ for Cata/ogu» HA MARK ET SQUARE, Boston, Jfas#, FOR SALE At Chebeagne Island, farm house and stable, 19 acres of land, high est point on island, spring water, beautiful groves, honse recently remodeled, three open fire places, hard wood floors. Fine bargain for some one Price $4000. Address care Caaoo Bar Breaie, Boi 212, Portland, Me. Don't Call Again. The finest aa well as the latest and most lux:ir'ous barber shop on Broad war has flashing In front of It thin electric sign: "No tips."* Within the shop Is posted this notice: "If you hare tipped the barber, pleaae do not call again." That mar sound Inhos pitable. but It la sound buslneas poller as well as good ethics. Men who bare mon*»r of their own or moner belong Ing to their emptorers to throw awar are not concerned over the tipping mtH ; bat the majorttr of Americana prefer to par ooe price for an article or aerrlce. and to par that openlr and above board. The question of com pen sat Ion for barbers, waiters and oth ers who serve the public fa between them and their emptor era. Customers are not ccacerned la It Moat persons would rather par the caahler a doable rate than par half at the deak and half claadeaUnelr In the form of a tip—Rochester Democrat and Chroni cle. Birch Island A song service was held on the green. Sunday evening. About 60 peo ple were present. Mr. Edward A. Th'.nijBon trave seleveral solos, Mr. l>Prohon ond Mr. Thompson sang a duet, and the chorus singing was most enjoyatle. The service concluded by sume selections of sacred music very effect! .-ely rendered by the fine Vic tor phonograph of Mr. Thomas Ryan. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ta>lor and Miss Winifred Taylor of Worcester came to visit their aunt, Mr*. U. A. Gillette of Brookllne, at her cottage on Arlington avenue. Mts. Robert Bartley gave the use of her cottage on Thursday evening for a dance. The verandas were hung with colored lights and cushioned chairs made the corners cozy for co lookers. Punch was served during the evening. Several vocal selections entertained the company during the intermission. Mr. Julius Meyer, who has been reg istered at the Johnson Farm for the week left on Sunday for his home at Lawrence. Mrs. Bryant and Miss Bryant of Somerville have arrived at the Farm to remain until September. Among those who went to Bruns wick the last week to attend the wed dit:g of Miss Charlotte Chandler were Mrs. E. A. Chandler, Miss Arline Chandler, Miss Oakes, Miss Booker and Miss Webb. Mrs. D. A. Booker returned with her daughter and they have as guests, Mrs. Elliott and Miss Webb of Bruns wick. Mr. E. A. Sleeper left on Tuesday for his home in Waltham after a fort night spent on the island. Friday afternoon Miss Allie Booker entertained a few friends informally at bridge whist. Tea and sandwiche3 were served. Mr. Marland I* Pratt, who took a short trip to Boston during the week returned on Saturday. He brought with him the handsome loving cup given for the quoit tournament. This was engraved as follows: Birch Island Handicap Quoit Tournament August 9. 1907. First Prize Emlljr Shepard Felt. It is of particularly graceful shape and much admired. It is now on ex hibition at the postofflce. Mrs. B. S. Marsh of California, who has been visiting at her old home in Tenants Harbor, came back to Birch Island on Monday. Mrs. Marsh and her sister, Mrs. Sleeper will remain at the Farm House until September. A most delightful candy pull was given by the Wymans on Friday even ing. Aprons were much in demand and the fudge a great success although the molasses candy was especially the "feet-ure" of the evening. Cousin's Island Mr. and Mrs. Warren Colson and little daughter Klisabeth spent tbe day with friends at Yarmouth Friday, going via Casco Castle and returning by motor boat from Drlnkwater's Point. Dr. Toohey and friends are at the Talbot cottage for the remainder of the season. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Prince entertain ed quite a party of their friends oner Sunday On the lGth a party composed of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tuttle of Hart ford, Conn., Mr. Jones and son Wil liam of Cambridge. Mais., Mlas Grang er of Richmond, Va., Mis* Martin of Walllngford, Coon., the Rer. O. H. Dennlnon of Hackensack. N. J., Miss Jones of Rye, N. Y.t Miss Bassford. Miss Stephenson and the Rer. and Mrs. F. 8. Moore of New York, look tlte trip to Oumet bridge and enjoyed a shore dinner at the Wigwam. Rer. and Mrs. W. H. Way good and family, who hare been at Daybreak cottage the past month, hare returned to their home In Penniiyivanla Thurs day. Mr. Rldpath has now joined his fam ily at this cottage. A birthday dinner was glren it Daybreak cottage on Tuesday. Aug. 1*. In honor of Rer. W. H. Way good and Miss Hannah K. Pearson A toothsome course dinner was serred. Those present were Mrs. W. H. Way good, M!«s Jamison. Miss Pearson. Mrs. Wm. Rldpath. William and Lewis Rldpath. James and lionise Waygood. and the "birthday twins." Presents were distributed from a besutlfully trimmed tree. During the erening games snd rhsrsdss were enjoyed. Bach one of the company acted In pantomime one of the following stunts: Rowing. Casco Bay bathing; i carrying buckets of water; Ashing; | * washing; making bread; sketching; dish washing; having your picture tak en; picking berries. The words act ed in the charades were; Theologian, daybreak, mantel, misunderstand. At the close of the evening the "Daybreak Quartette" sang the following song, which was composed for the occasion: Cousins Isle! Tune: Maryland, My Maryland. The dancing wave is on thy shore, Cousins Isle, O Cousins Isle; We love thy bright scenes more and more. Cousins Isle, O Cousins Isle; We come away from the city's strife. To breathe anew the peaceful life WIt*i which thy air is ever rife, Cousins Iblfc, O Cousins Isle. We love tby woods and waters too, Cousins Isle, O Cousins Isle, Our pleasure*1 Lcre are not a few, Cou&lns Isle. O Cousins Isle. The daylight woos to wood and shore At right our i earth-fire's hovered o'er. When ©l;l and young play games gal ore. Cousin* Isle, O Cou.--.ns Isle. Now our good ft lend, now our good ft lend. Congratulations to you we extend; All bail lo you, your natal day. And for your future welfare pray. May coming years with joys be rife. May blessings many crown your life. And when the summer days you'd while. Juki come sguin to Cousins Isle. The sun shone brightly on the group of boy8 and girls numbering twenty, whose ages ranged from four to four teen. that gathered by Invitation on Wednesday afternoon in the attrac tive cottage of Mrs. H. C. Thornton on the shore of beautiful Casco bay. Words would fail to express the en joyment the young folks had In the games of "Hunting for peanuts." ' Drop the handkerchief," "Blow out the candle while blindfolded," ••Strip' the willow to the music of the combs," ending in a grand march to seats for refreshments, which were of a varied and liberal supply. Pull justice was done the raspberry jam sandwiches, ice cream, cake, confectionery, lemon ade and the snapping bon-bon that put a cap on every head. The "wonder ball" as a final in Its almost endless unwrapplng8 gave a souvenir to every little gue.st. Three cheers and a tiger were their adieu as they passed through the gate which ended the event. Among the guests were the little fairy, Margaret Harris. Elizabeth Colson. Catharine Frederlcksohn, Isa belle and Phillip Van Doren, DorU and Winifred Glover, Evelyn Prime, Ixrolse and James Waygood. I^eonard, Moore, Ruby and Marion Tuttle, Wil lie Jones, Levis and William Rid path, Howard and l^eslle Hamilton. Robert and Bunnie Harris. Many of the relatives were spectators and ex pressed having had as good time as the children at this, the first affair of the kind on the Island, pronounced a success. The ladies of "Plr Ledge" are to be congratulated In having con tributed a ray of sunshine that will be perennial In the lives of these children as their first party. Miss Mary B. Martin of Walling ford. Conn., after a very enjoyable vis it at the Ridge house, left today for an extended tour of the Berkslilres. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and friends of Cambridge. Mass.. arrived at the Sea Breeze cottage today for the rest of the season. FI8H EATS M08QUIT0 EGGS. Italy to Experiment with the Austra lian Blue-eye to Suppress Plague. By the mall steamer Klelst from Syd ney, a curious consignment Is expected —a quantity of fish to combat the mos quito plague. Count Morner, the 8wedlsh consul it Sydney, discovered that the pseudomu gll sHcnlfler. or blue-eye, as the fish is called In Australia. Is a voracious feed er on the larvae of moaqultoes and that the fish can live ui flourish in com paratively shallow water. The Italian government wss Inform ed through the Swedish minister at thf Qulrlnal of Count Morner's Investlga tlons and asked the latter and the Ital ian consul at Sydney to procure and ship immediately some thouaands of the blue-eye to Italy with the object of Introducing them Into the malarls stricken portions of the kingdom. The blue-eye belongs to the famlh of the atheiinldae and Is from one ani a half to two Inches long.—Naples cor* respondent of the New York Sun. It Is estimated by the head of one of the large tobacco establishments o! New York that at least $6000 worth of tobacco Is dally thrown away in the city In nnconsumed cigars and cig arettes We often talk a good deal abotr the salvation of souls In order to es cape service for the Miration of so ciety. Gloves First shipment new Cape Gloves, made of excellent quality im ported cape leathers, prtx sesm and new embroidery, each pair carefully selected, warranted, fitted and kept in repair. Black, white and new fall colors .$1.00 Fall importation, two clasps, light medium weight Gloves, sewn, overseam. Made by the best maker of Europe, of care fully selected prime quality leather, positively the "best wearing and best looking gloves for the price. We fit and warrant every pair..$1.00 Lot of white elbow length Lisle Gloves, Mousquetaire wrist. In white, marked from $1.25, 75c Elbow length Milanese Suede Lisle Mousquetalre Gloves, black, white, mode and gray, value $1.50 $1.00 The Veiling Store New lot of Tuxedo Face Veil*, spotted and plain, black, brown, white and navy, at our special price 25c Extra quality Chiffon Auto Veils 3 yards long, and the new Square Veil $1.00 Same quality Chiffon, 1 1-2 yds, 50c Neckwear Just received some new and handsome effects in Silk Bows, all colors 25c Special values new Embroidered Coat Sets, new designs neat ly embroidered 50c New designs Embroidered Linen Collars 25c Waists Lot of fine Allover Embroidery Waists, distinctly new pal terns, open back, 3-4 sleeves. value $1.50 98c Small lot White Lawn Waists, slightly crushed, sizes 36 to 42 inclusive, were 98c and $1.50 65c Small lot White Batiste Waists, open back, long sleeves, front of lacs and handsome embroi dery, were $2.98 $1.50 Hosiery Medium weight Silk Lisle Stockings, double soles, heels and toes. The best wearing stocking for the money, worth 38c. Ask for S647 29c Medium weight "Themico" Lisle Stockings, double soles, heels and toes, special 25c Imported Maco Cotton Stock ings with unbleached cotton split soles. Hermsdorf dye, double soles, heels and toes, worth 38c 25c Very sheer gauze Lisle Stock ings. •'Theniico" brand, dou ble soles and toes, high spliced heels and garter tops, excep tional value at ....3 pairs $1.00, per pair 35c Fine quality Silk Lisle Hose, very sheer and silky, Herms dorf dye, double soles, heels and toes, good 50c value ... .3 pairs $14)0, per pair, 35c Very fine gauge, sheer gauze Lisle Hose, the finest quality. also same quality in Silk Lisles 50c Children's School Hose, fast black, lxl rib, fine gauge and light weight, regular 25c val ues 17c Congress and Oak Streets Eoth Ti!«ph3ies. Agmj for Unhrirui Landry. Ordtrs Tsku for Lobsters sad Fish Trefetl&eii & Swett Co. PROVISIONERS Wholwlw and Retailer* of lapcrtitf »d Domestic Groceries, Hotel, Yicht aid Faicy Fiaily Supplies Eipeciil attention la fmn to packing perishable goods so that they will arrive in perfect condition. 130-132 Commercial Street, Portland, Maine Head of Portland Pier. The old Ryan AKelaey Store. $14 and $15 Suits at *9.85 Fancy Worsteds, Blue Serges, Black Worsteds, Black Tbibets. Each and every Suit is positively the Greatest Suit value in town at their former price, $14 and $16, but we need the room for fall and Winter goods and are determined to clean them up at once, $9.85. These Suits are medium weight and are therefore Suitable for all year round wear. JT.50 Ml SB Oiting Slid it $5.00 Nearly two month*of warm weather yet. Lota of comfort aod style at a very small price. 8*e these Snits, they will interest yon if yoa ap preciate values. $3.00 Oiling Putt il $1.98 Dark sod light patterns, well tailored tronsern. Toa can always nee an extra pair. They are exceptional values even if yon keep them until next season. 6009YEAB WELT >3 SHOES ■IllM, hick ■ n<1 Jw o « for.ll >!.»! "Iv«rythlng M«n and Boyt W«ar" AMERICAN CLOTHING CO. 266 Middle 8tf Portland, Me.