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HIGH GRADE GROCERIES,
Heinz Pickles and Conserves. Beech-Nut Packing Co'a Goods Fresh Meats and Provisions, Fresh shipment of Lowney's and "Reputation" Chocolates Just received; also the famous imported Suchard's Chocolates. HIGH ORADt GROCtR, SOUTH AND WEST HARPS WELL, Dally ordor and delivery IMS* la ftoaih ud W*M Htrvmlt, Ail a* d But* l*»l< t». SUMMER FRIENDS; Ut »♦ do your (hoppin* for you in tho hot. dusty city. whU* you quiotly root at tho ooaoido. Professional shoppin* a specialty. Order* in any lino fUM tho day rocoirod. Roforoncos furnish ed if roquirad. Term* aad full information upon application. Box 451, Portland. NEW GRANITE SPRING HOTEL. PONCE'S LANDING, Long Island, Maine. E. PONCE, Proprietor. Hotel reconstructed the peat year. Large, fine cham bers. Beth room where goeata can enjoy a aalt wa ter bath. Excellent table with aea fooda io ahan dance. Shore dinners served dally. Pool and Bowling in the hotel. Open from Jane 15 to Sept. 15" R«te« on application. Chebeague The Chebeague Bowling Alleys opened for the season Monday evening and a large number of ladies and gen tlemen participated in the sport with much enthusiasm. The alleys have been newly polished and the general appearance of the room is most pleas ing with its newly varnished walls and floor. A complete line of cigars and cigarettes are kept in stock, the same as last year, also the same standard of ice cream that was served will again be on sale this year. Already with the few summer arrivals here the four alleys are being used nearly every evening and during the summer they will receive a good patronage from the elderly people as well as the young. Mr. John F. Hill is the manager in charge. The souvenir store of Henry W. Bo wen at the east end is now open for the patronage and convenience-of the residents at this end of the is land. Mr. Bo wen carries a complete line of unique souvenirs and postals and during this season will carry a complete line of newspapers, maga zines. etc. Webber and Hamilton will op^n their up-to4ate ice cream and candy parlors on Saturday evening. A new soda fountain has been installed. This store was finely patronized last sea son and we trust this year it will have even greater success. Both mem bers of the firm are courteous gentle men and do everything possible to please their trade. Capt. Forrest E. Curit is fitting out his 33 foot sloop Aphrodite, for pleas ure and fishing parties this summer. Moonlight sails to Peaks Island and other islands will be made on request of parties. Fishing trips at $1.00 each, with bait and lines furnished, can be arranged on short notice. Capt. Cur It's yacht mooring and his headquar ters will be at Hamilton's Landing. Mrs. Matilda Hamilton has returned from Rockland and Vinal Haven, and will opera her house for lodgers. It Is very nicely situated for this purpose. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Curit of Boston, formerly of this island, are spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Curit and Mrs. Matilda Hamilton. Mrs. Curit will remain for a week later, but her husband will return to Boston on account of business. A new sto. e an<l cement culvert has been built across the gutter at the en trance to the W. J. Ourit land near Llttlefleld's Landing. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeGagne of Portland were visiting Mrs. DeGagn^'s parents. Mr. a M Mrs. W. F. Bennett. Mrs. Philip D. Hawkins with her son Stewart and daughter Edith, of 8piingfleld. who have been at "Meno noke," the summer home of Mrs. Hyde, the past two weeks, were joined the latter part of last week by Mr. Louis C. Hyde and daughter. Miss Dorothy Hyde and her friend. Miss Louise 8chleslnger. and also Mr. Theodore Sherman, all of Springfield. Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Skllllrlgs of Yarmouth are spending this week with Mr. Shilling's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Thomas, who reside here on the Island near the church. Mr. and Mrs. Skilllngs make several trips to <!hebeague during the summer. Linden 8cott. the Portland young man. who Is pltchlrg so well for our base ball nine, played In a game Thursday for Bangor against the Port land t#»am of the Maine State League Bangor lost the game, but Scott pitched a good game for his team. Mr. and Mrs. L. H- Haggerty of Bos ton. Mass., hsve been guests at the Hamilton Villa since Wednesday of last weAk. and were among the earliest arrivals to register at this popular hous* for their vacation. Mr. Hsgger ty Is connected with Condlt Electric Manufacturing Co. of Boston. Mr*, b. 8. Codding and si*t<»r. Mm* Hattl*» Parker of Walt ham, arrived at their cottag* at the Maa«achua*ttn Colony for the season Mr. Codding la Axpected the latter part of this week. During th* weapon Mr. and Mr*. Cod din* will entertain mart? gneats from their home, and as their cottage la situated on a delightful part of the laland. they have a fin# opportunity to give their rlsltors a pUaaant so journ. Mies Mildred Lamb of ftangerrllle. Me., la Tlalttng her friend, Mtae Gladys ftoodhoe at the UttMkld cottage, and also Miss Marie 1x>a1ee Hacker of Fort Fairfield, Me., who Is a student at fit. Mary's school at Concord. N. H. Miss Lamb and Mlsa Ooodhoe were I stude.jts at the Wheaton Seminary at I Norton. Mass.. during the past winter. Mr. Ernest Ballard of Philadelphia. Pa., arrived on the island Saturday afternoon, and is now at his father's summer home at the West End for the season. Mrs. F. A. Merriam of Portland was here on the island Sunday, the guest of Mrs. C. A. Rogers, at the Bellevue cottage. Mr. Charles P. Upto.it of the Upton it Co., real estate dealers, at 187 Middle street. Portland, is to spend the sea son with A. C. Bobbins at his beauti ful summer home on the North Road. Mr. Upton's wife and her father are touring Europe for several months, and during their trip Mr. Upton is to spend the summer months at Che beague. Mrs. Allston Joyce, and son aid his wife, of Medford. Mass., are at the R. H. Cleaves cottage on the North Road for the summer. Mr. Joyce is the City Clerk of Medford. and is spending - his afinual - vacation here on the island. a. u. KODDins recently completed painting one of Arthur »H. Hamilton's deliver}- wagons, and did an excellent Job. The body was painted black with a red running gear, and now the wagon looks like new. and shows remarkably good workmanship on the part of Mr. Robbing, who had done much of this kind of work the past few months for island residents. Mr. Sumner E. Hamilton is spending a short vacation with his family here on the island. Mr. Hamilton is em ployed by the U. S. Government oa the lighthouse ship and his work this past year carried him from Lynn, Mass., to Harrington, Me. Capt. Benjamin Hamilton, one of Chebeague's oldest and respected citi zens. had the honor of throwing the first ball in the game when the seaso.i opened with the Naval Reserves. Capt. Hamilton is one of the staunch est rooters for his home nine, and takes great pleasure in following every game. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Curit of Yar mouth were visiting Airs. Frank Curit here on the island. Mr. a d Mrs. Curit arrived on Saturday for a short so journ. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Hicks and child, and Mrs. Charles E. Berry are at their cottage at the Massachusetts Colony for the summer. While here this summer Mr. Hicks will do much photographic work, such as landscape and group work, as well as printing and developing, and also do watch repairing. Mr. Hicks has already com pleted a room at his cottage for this line of work, ard no doubt wilL be very busy during the summer. R. H. Cleaves has Installed a new line of groceries at his bakery, and his trade Is rapidly Increasing every day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sticher and sons. Chas P. Sticher and Frank Stlcher. are to occupy the "Wlnne mere" cottage near the post office for the summer. Misses Alice Goddard a Florence Hawkes are at the Jones' cottage for the summer. Mr. E. E Norman of Philadelphia. Pa., and Mlaa Henrietta Ham of Boa ton. are gu*»ata of Mra. Clarence L. Ball at her new cottage on Paraon a Bltiff. Thejr are to atajr here at the laland for two week*. Mlaa Ethel O. Cnrlt la ap*ndlnj( her vacation with her mother. Mra. Ella J. Carit. Mr. and Mra. Charlea H. Thajrer and daughter Mlaa Beaale Thajrer of Indian Orchard. Maaa. arrived today at their cottage on the ahore front. Mr. Thayer haa apent aeveral anmmera here, and la a member of the firm of The Wight, Thayer Co., wholeaale grain, coal a:d wood dealera of Spring field. Maaa . Rev. Clarence L* Ball and dangh ter Mlaa Dorothy joined Mra Ball at their new cottage at the edge of Sonle'a Grove on 8tmaet Road. Mr. Ball haa been here before ttala aeaaon. and on hla return thla time, la to opa.i the new boy'a camp for a aummer school which haa been named Camp Peqoolg Mr. Ball la paator of the 1'nltarlan church at Athol. Maaa. Mrr. Martha Newell and daughter* of Springfield will open their ccAtage on the eaat ead ahore Toe ad ay evening laat. The Newell'a have apent aeveral a^aaona here, and before bnlldlng their cottage were reglat*red at the Hamilton. The contract for bnlldlng the new cottage for George Richer on the Bal lard property, at the weat end. haa been awarded to Howard 8. Hamil ton. Chebeagne'a np-to-date contractor. Mra. M. A. Haaae of Nawton Cam ter. Mass.. was on the Island at her cottage, the Barnacle, recently, and returned home the early part of last W66k. Mrs. Matilda Hamilton who haa been visiting with relatives at Rock land. Me., since January last, was joined by Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Curlt. who accompanied her home to Chebeague on Thursday last. Mrs. Hamilton had a very delightful stay, but was pleased to return to our beau tiful Island for the summer months, as there Is much sctlvlty among the summer visitors. SOUTH HARPS WELL. (Continued from Psge 1.) be here for all summer. Mr. and Mrs. L H. Scott of Wor cester have been at their cottage "The Worcester" since the tenth of April. Mr. and Mrs. Scott spent the winter at Washington. D. C., and were not at their home as In past winters. While there Mr. Scott attended the sessions of the House of Representa tives and Senate nearly every day. and greatly enjoyed his trip. As guests over Sunday of last week were Mr. Scott's son-in-law. Mr. B. M. Lovell and son Clarence of Worcester. Mr. Lovell was on a business trip to Los Angeles all winter traveling for a large oil concern. Mr. Osceola Currier of Newark. N. J. has Just returned from Florida and came to South Harps well for a few days while a new engine was being installed In his trim launch the "Sem inole." Mr. Curt-ier returned home to Newark last week, and will be back with his family the early part of July. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harmon Stover, with two daughters. Ruby snd Lydia. and son William, arrived Thursday noon from Southern Pines. North Carolina, where they have been all winter. Mr. Stover has been in poor health, but is now improving. Geo. L. Pinkham. who drove the buckboard to the Auburn Colony, Is chauffeur for H. N. Pinkham of the Merriconeag House, and also he is night watchman at the hotel. Mr. E. L. Pickard and family of Westbrook. Me., were at their cottage at the Auburn Colony over Sunday last. Mr. Pickard will return later to spend the summer months. Mrs. Joh;y P. Thomas and son John P. Thomas, Jr.. of Brookline. Mass.. arrived Friday last to spend the sum mer at the cottage at Pott's Point. The Thomas' are great promoters among the social set of this beautiful summer resort, a.*l are much inter ested in the Harpswell Yacht club. Mrs. M. E. Gurney of Newark, N. J., and her daughter. Mrs. H. O. Lord, also of Newark, are expected to arrive at their summer home, cottage No. 12. at the Colony, today. Mrs. Lord's two sons will also spend part of the season here. Capt. J. S. Pinkham and family of | Woodfords were at their cottage over ! Sunday. Mr. Pinkham is captain of , the four-masted schooner Charles Davenport, and returned to Portland Monday to prepare for a trip to Phila delphia. R. S. Davis Co.. Portland, carry a complete line of cottage furniture.— Adv. It is with regret that we note an other well known and beloved couple who will not be able to come to Harps well this summer. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. j Becket of Montreal have written to their hotel that they are to go to the mountains, acting under their physi cian's advice. Both have been in far from good health the past few years. They have not missed a season at Harpswell for twenty-six years and are probably in that respect the holders of the record for summer sojourners We shall hope to see them again next year. CLIFF ISLAND. (Continued from Page 2.) be a specialty. Lunches and Ice cream will also be served at any time. The restaurant will prove a good thing for Cliff Island It/ many ways. Contractor W. H. Llbby of Portland has had the work In charge at the Aucoclsco House the past two weeks and has thoroughly renovated, cleaned, painted, papered and gone over the whole house until every bit of furnl ture and all walls, ceilings, and floors have received attention. The office decoratio n are In a very pretty effect and the parlon and halls, also the •lining room have been handsomely papered and their floors oil varnished No money has been spared by the owner In giving the house a spick and rpan appearance, and It Is understood next yesr will see an addition built which will double Its capacity. Mr. Asher P. Black of Maiden. Mass, one of our summer residents of long standing. Is to make Cliff Island his headquarters the most of the season. With one son a noted artist In Europe, another son and a daughter In Califor nia. and his large business Incorpor ated so that It does not require all his time. Mr. Black tak»s great pleas ure In visiting Cliff Islsnd. where he snd his family have been summer rest dents since IMS. He Is owner of three cottages, all of which are let for the season, snd which were built mosMv by his own Isbor as a pastime during npare hours. In one he has finished a fireplace which Is sn ornament and useful sddltlon to the cottage. This also he built himself, principally be cause there was no mason available, and It Is a nicely constructed piece of work. Mr. Black was one of the pion eer fuiviture manufsctarers In Bos ton from 1ft6? to 1I7S. and has since been for thirty-three years In the re tall furniture business at Mslden. His wife, who was very much Interested In Cliff Island, and lovfd Its rough beauty, passed to the higher life last January, but her memory Is dear to many on the Island. The Misses Bennett of Boston ar rived at the Flske cottage. No. I, with their maid and will remain for tbe season. Herbert Griffin of Boston arrived Wednesday with his family at Olen wood cottage and will occupy It for the mmod. Mr. QrllllD Is In the whole sale batter and cheese business at Qulncy market snd resides at Dorches ter. The family are new comers at Cliff Island, but wlU doubtless enjoy It none the less. Mrs. O. P. Stone and Mr. and Mrs. John Stone of Maiden arrived at their cottage Saturday, taking dinner at Cliff cottage, before opening their sum mer home for the season. The Stone* are among the beat known summer realdenta on the Island. The well at Cliff cottage was fin ished this week. A flow of pure water averaging 250 gallons per day was •truck at 15 feet depth. C. E. Petten glll and L. T. Cobb were employed on the work for nine day*. The location was determined "by Jake Frost with an apple tree crotch. i^eiana Merrill will open a depart ment for fresh flsh In connection with his grocery and provision business. This will be much appreciated on the lslsnd. Mr. Merrill will have fresh flsh Tuesdays and Fridays at present, and will endeavor to supply the trade on other days If It seems to demand It. George M. McKean has been assist ing the contractor at the Aucoclsco (House. Police Officer Alph C. Griffin Is the officer In charge on the Island here, and dslly he can be seen at the wharf at the arrival and departure of the steamer. Several of the young women on the lslsnd have formed s sewing circle and are to meet once a week at the home of the members. Last Wednesday evening the club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Arthur Griffin and light refreshments were served. The ladies sre planning for a picnic to Old Orchard Beach. Wednesday. July 1. Mr, Edward S. PettlnglU was try ing his motor boat Friday afternoon. He had a party of friends on board. Mr. John B. Kehoe. attorney at law of Portland, moved Into his new bun galow Thursday. It Is delightfully situated on the southern side of the Island where It Is half hidden In the pines, yet commands a fine view of the Atlantic. It adjoins the summer home of Mr. C. T. Parker. Mr. Albert Loveltt is over-hauling and painting his motor boat. There are several boats In the cove being overhauled at the present time. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Shields, who have been spending their honeymoon at the Murphy cottage at the West End. returned to Philadelphia Satur day. Mrs. Wm. R. Murphy of Philadelphia is expected on the Island this summer at her cottage at the West End as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Ward A. Bickford hare rented the upper tenement of George E. Leonard's house. A petition to the Caaco Bay and Harpswell Lines asking for the rein statement of former Purser William L. Purington. containing 75 names and headed by C. H. Harmon, has been forwarded to the company's office at Portland. Mr. Purington was a very popular man throughout the bay and his dismissal has caused this petition and. it is said, others are being largely signed. A COMPLETE HOU8EFURNISHING STORE. With one of the best and most com plete housefurnishing stores In New England, the firm of T. F. Foss Sc Sons cordially invites the summer vis itor to pay them a visit, for they are confident that they have just what cottager or camper may be looking for. The policy of this old established firm has always been to use every one fairly, and to deal with the customer in such a manner that he will be glad to call again. Announcement. This is to call attention to the work of Miss L. Emma Jones, that of mail order shopping, (adv. in another col umn ) While this work is new In be ALBERT WOODBURY, LONO ISLAND. MB. Contractor A Builder rntun Wotk I 8p«cMtr. Eillattfi ck«tr folly tlveo any tl«e. Repairing or altering promptly and satisfactorily done. Cottage* and cottage lota for aale. Heating and Plambing Engineers 8TOVE8, RANGES, TINWARE. Ship Store*. Lanterns, and GalWy PmWilnci. F. & C. B. NASH CO. 314-390 musT. Amariean Dairy LmcI, D. J. M»cDONALD, Proprietor. New Location at 121 Commorolaa St. Flnaat Equipment la tba East. NMrl; opposite Island Bttaotr* and Booth Portland Parry. Also ai oar old ataad, 180 Mlddla Straat. Milk, Craam, ate., fraeh from dalrj farm dally. Beat of food, qatokoat aarrloa, rtaiooabU pricea. Visit aa vhto la town. CORDIS CAFE. CHAftLSt W. CORDIS. m Cawtr— t, Partlsnd. Adjotaiaf (ha flnwn Loa|Mlo« Ifanakm. VMr toora. IS Prtrato diatof room. We Repeat That we are selling the greatest Blue Serge Suit value of the season at $9.95. Store crowded with customers buying these famous Serge Suits of ours. Sizes to fit every body in single and double breasted models. Pure worsteds and fast blue. None to equal them in town for less than $13.00 to $14.00. Brown Suits.medium we'ght- hand tai-»« lored at fD OUTING SUITS, d®rk and ught patterns. ^ 12 styles of Outing Suits, just the kind you'd want for vacation or business knockabout Suits, $5.00 "EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR." AMERICAN CLOTHING CO 255 MIDDLE ST. PORTLAND, flAINE, Some Unusual Bargains In Mattings. Special Japanese Double dyed cotton warp Matting, plain grouud with inserted figure. Good quality, usually 37c. 25c Yard Double Face Blue Matting, usually 35c 25c yard High (trade Japanese Matting, plain except for painted figure, 50 grade 39c yard Demonstration of the Eureka Instantaneous Blue Flame Oil Stove. See it work in the East Window every afternoon this week. It shows how summer cooking nay be done easily, quickly, economically and in a cool kitchen. Try a hot molasses cookie. It has nickel edges, larger cooking space than mull, easy lighting and oper ating mechanism, and gives blue flame the Instant match is applied. 2 burner high style $8.50 3 burner high st)le $10.50 Overs $2.23 and $2.95 Basement Bargains. Bail-Bearing Lawn Mowers, easy running 14 inch $3.98, 16 inch $4.29, 18 inch $4.59 Double Lawn Rakes 23c Spading Forks 59c Hardwood WheelBarrows ; $1.69 Ten-Quart Tin Palls, good quality, wood handle, 15c kind 10c Teamster Lash Whips 10c Carriage Whips 10c Special Refrigerators. The "Jack Froat,"' best low priced one made. Has splendid insulation and consequent Ice economy. The shelves are adjustable. 22*^x18x41 inches, usually 112.5c $10.78 Tk« "Yukon" Cold 5tort|e, will cat down your usual ice bill one-quar> ter. Family mk, >7x19x43 inches $16.00 31x21x47 Itches, 95 !b. ice capacity $21.00 34x19x46 inches, 95 lb. ice capacity $22.00 WE ARE SOLE PORTLAND AQENTS FOR THE FAMOUS "Caloric" Fireless Cook Stove. which will bake, roait. boil, steam ot stew withoit fire, and in a fashion that will prove a revelation to those who have never seen food cooked in this way. Tne factory has been la»e in shipping our order, bet the goods are on the way and will be here shortly. The prices are moderate, the need universal. By all means wait and see the'*Calori;" if yon would like a cool kitchen this summer and better cooked food than ever before $7. tO $J0. Send for Booklet. OREN HOOPER'S SONS, PORTLAND. Agents for Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets. half of tourlata and lannwr people In Caaco Bay. It la not new to MIm Jonea, and »h# plana to Hire all cuatomera the beat aerrlce poaalble. Krery or der, large or amall, win receive the »am<> prompt careful attention at her handa. Familiar with her work and the heat bnalneaa flrma In the city, ■he will fill coaalaalona tn any line, anything that can ha bought in Port* land, and cannot fall to pi****. Sat I (faction guaranteed In all casos. Sha la nbl* to fnrnlsh tho best of rofer mcm Wh Jon«< will probably bo •bio during tba soason. to make calls •nong the lamrnor places, so tbat op portunity may bo given to n«ot and know ber personally. 8bo may bo able to mt« yon many a trip to tbo city. OlT« hor work a trial.