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CASCO BAY A HARPSWELL LINKS WEEK DAY SCHEDULE. EPFECTIVE JUNE Mth. 1M6. Steamer* Leave Custom House Wharf. Portland. For rortit City Landing < Peaks Island)— *5.4.\ 6.45. 7.50. 8.20. O.OO. 10.15, 11.15 a. m.. 12.15. l.ao. 200. n.u». 4 iv, jv.au, 6.20. 7.so, •ROO. 8.30. 9.30. *11.15 p. m. Return—*6.15, 7.20. K2U. 9.20. 10.35. 11.35 a. m.. 12.35. 1.35. S3. 3.2U. a4.M). 5.50. 0.35, 7 50, 8.80, al0.15. *11.30 p. m. For Lushing's Island—0.45, 7.50. sO.OO. 10.15 «. m . 12.15. 2.00. 4.20. 0.2M. 8.30 p. m. Re turn—7.00. 805. s9.30, 10.45 a. m. 1245. 230, 4.35. 6.45, 9.00 p. m. For Little and Great Diamond Island*— *5.00. a.45, 8.00. 8.20. 10.00 a. m.. 1215. 2.00. 300. 4.2M, 5.30. 6.30. 8.00 p. m. Return —Leave Little Diamond i>*and. *0.15, 7.20, S.25. 9.40. 10.25 a. m., 1245. 1.45. 250. 5.00. tt.35. 7.25. 9.20 p. m. Return—Leave Great Diamond Island. *0.10. 7.15. 8.20, 9.35. 10.20 a m.. 1240. 1.05. 245. 4.55, 0.50, 7.20. 9.15 p. m. For Trefethen's and Evergreen Landing* (Peaks Island)—*5.00, 0.45. *55. 8.20. 10.00 a. m , 12.15. 200. 300. 4.20. 5.30, 0.20, 8.00 p. m. Return—Leave Trefethen's Landing— Vlk\ 7.2M. 8.15. 9.30. iai5 a. m . 1235. 1.00. 2-441, 4.45, 6.45. 7.15. 9.10 p. m. Return— Leave Evergreen Landing. *6.00. 7.15. 8.10, 9.25. 10. lO a. m, 12.30. 12.55, 2.35. 4.50, 0.40, 7.10. 9.05 p. m. _ For Cu^hmg's Landing (Long Island)— •5.0U. 0.45. 7.55, 8.2D. xi-9.00. x*9.45. 10.00. XslO.'SO a m. xl2.20. x'2.15. x*230. 3.00, xbl »». xb." :a>, X 5.30. x6.20. 6.30. 8.00 p. m. Return—*5.50, 7.00, 8.05. 9.15, lO.OO, >11.20. 12.2". x'l.lO. x*1.44», x240. x3.45, x5.00, X*5.35. dJOL 7.00. 9.00 p. m. For lk*ughty's Landing (Long Island)— *5.00, 6.45, 7.55, lO.W a. m.. 12.20. *215, •230. 3.00, b4.30. b5.30, 5.30, 0.20 p. m. Return—*5.0». 650. 7.55, 9.50 a. m., 1210. *1.00, 335. x5.15, 6.20 p. m. For Cleaves' Landing (Long Island)—6.45. 10.(10 a. m. 300. 5.30 p. m. Return—0.45, 7.5<i a. m.. 12.0ft noon. 5.10 p. m. For Little Chebeague—6.45. 10.00 a. m.. 3.00. 5.30 p. m. Return—0.40, 7.45, 19.45 а. m., (12.00, 15.05 p. m. For Western and Central Landings (Great Chebeague)—7.55, 10L00 a. m.. 12.20. 300, б.2M p. m. Return—Leave Western Landing. 6.3". 9.35. 11.50 a. m.. 3.20, 4.55 p. m. Return —Leave Central Landing, 6.20, 9.25, 11.40 а. m.. 310. 4.45 p. m. For Eastern Landing (Great Chebeague)— 7.55, 10.00 a. m., 300, 0.20 p. m. Return— б.10. 9.15. 11.30 a. m . 4.25 p. m. For Cliff Island—8.00, *9.45, *10.30 a. m., *2.15, *2.30. 5.30 p. m. Return—6.45, 10.55 а. m.. *1240, *1.15, *5.10. *5.25 p. m. For South llarpswell and Bailey'* Island— ROM. cO.OM, *9.45. sl0.3M a. m.. 12.20 noon. *215. *2.30. 5.3(1 p. m. Return—Leave Bailey's Island. Mackerel Core, 6.00. York's Landing. 10.10, *11.25 a m . *1205. 205. Mackerel Cove. 3.40, York's Landing, *3.95, s4.15 p. m. Return—Leave South llarpswell. 6.15. 10.2' a m.. *12.10, *12.45, 245. 4.00, *4.40, *4.55 " 1-or Orr's Island—8.00, *9.45, *10.30 a m., 12.20. *215. s2..'Xt, 5.30 p. m. Return—5.35, 10.00. *11.45 a m.. sl2.20, 220. *4.15. *4.30 p. m. 1-or Sebasco. Cundy Harbor and Gurnet Bridge (New Meadow* River)—c9.00 a m. Return—Leave Seba*co. c2.45 p. m., Cundy Harbor. c225 p. m . Gurnet Bridge, cl.50 p. m. 1-or Littlejohn's Island—9.30 a m., 4.30, б.2M p. m. Return—5.55, 7.30 a m., 210 p. m. For Sunset Landing (Great Chebeague), Cousin*' and Bibber's Islands, South Free port. Mair Point. Birch Island and llarpswell Centre—!♦..'>) a. m., 4.30 p. m. Return—Leave Sunset ^ Landing, 7.45 a m . 225 p. m., Cousins' Inland. 7.35 a. m , 215 p. m.. Bib ber's Island. 7.05 a m . 1.45 p. m., South Freeport, 0.45 a m., 1.25 p. m., Mair Point. 6.lO a m., 12.50 p. m.. Birch Island, 6.05 a m., 12.45 p. m., llarpswell Centre, 5.50 a m., 12.30 p. m. c—Weather |>ermitting. a—Or at the close of the performance at the Gem Theatre. x—Express. f—Stops on signal. *—Dailv except Sunday. *—Sundays only. C W. T. GODIXG. E. L. JORDAN. Gen. Mgr. Supt. ISLAND FERRY CO. Double End Ferry leaves end ol Portland Pier Every Hour for Peaka Island. FARE 5 CENTS. Special Attention given to comfort of Patrons. Remember who reduced the fares between Peaks Island and Portland. George E. MacGowan, Gen Mgr. CHEBEAGUE I8LAND. (Continued from Page 7.) will spend tbe month of August here on the island. Rev. Susan B. Sisson of Jefferson, Iowa, was a recent guest of her sister, Mrs. L. C. Goddard and family of Woodforas, Me., who are camping at Soule's Grove. Miss Sisson has Just returned from Toronto, Can., where she has been actively engaged in mis sionary work. Mr. Chesley G. Harris will join his parents at Noddle Head on Saturday, after substituting in tbe office of the Cutler Hammer Company, Boston, Mass., for tbree weeks. Mr. Harris has completed his studies at the Ridge school, Washington. Conn., and will enter a technical school in the fall. Miss Esther Delhom Cooke has joined her parents at the Barnacle cottage, after spend ing a two weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs. Jessie Howland. at Queechy, Vt. Miss Cooke also visited Mrs. Joel B. Harris at Rutland. Vt., in company with the tatter's grand daughter, Miss Harriet Lester Swee ny of the Alder cottage. Mrs. William A. Harris of Noddle Head entertained her sister, Mrs. Henry K. Baker, of Springfield, Mass., and party last week. Tbe other guests were Miss Ambla C. Harris, Miss Cor rlne Baker. Mr. Lester Baker, and Master Nelson 8. Bradford, Jr., of Dedharo, Mass. The party left Spring field Tuesday morning In Mrs. Baker's Knox touring car, stopping that night NO CORNS HAYS' KONKURA removes corns and callouses easily and painlessly. In 20c bottles with brush to apply it. H. H. HAY'S SONS, MIDDLE ST. NEED ONE OF THESE -FOR THE COTTAGE CHAMBER? SIO.25 Send your order to JOHNSTON-BAILEY CO., 190-192 Middle St., Portland Dow & Pinkham, FIRE INSURANCE, 35 Exchange St., Portland, Me. Coitagtt, H*tJt,anJ Staiidr Ptc/frty H. X. PINKHAM. tttttrtd in the ItaJi*tg if. W. 81'ASK RAL'T, T. C. Hl'iStV. William Senter & Co. JEWELERS, 51 Exchange St., Portland, Me. Charts, Stmztnir 5/<v<iJ, I'tews */ Per! .'at. J and I'uinitjr. Good Paints for Home Use Mixed- Paints in little cans and big—more than too colors and shades— ready to apply on room flni«h and rt >ors. Also for ex^tti* cruse—Wall Finishes, hot and cold water, Muresco, Albastir.e, Muralite, Indurine, white and all colors. Easy to apply. Furniture Enamels, 15 beautiful colors and shades, besides whi'e and black—give a hard porcelain finish, easy to clean and durable. Enough for a chair, 25 els., including brash; this week only.—Bath Tub Enamels easy to apply:—make the old tub loak like new. Bronzes for Radiators, Gas Fixtures and Picture Frames.—35 rich lustrous colors and shades. Special low prices this week, in cluding Liquid and Brushes for applying.—All leading brandscf Varnish: Interior and Exterior Stains. 50 shades in stock, special shades to order. HArS PAINT STORE, 8 Free St. Charles M. Hay Paint Co. in Dedh&tn. The next night was spent at Kennebunkport, and the car was left at Portland on Thursday while a three days' detour was enjoyed at Chebeague. During this time a very pleasant sailing party and clam bake helped to make the visit enjoyable. Mrs. Harris left with her guests Mon day, making the return Journey to Springfield by way of Poland Springs and the White Mountains. Independence Day was celebrated In a very pleasant manner at the home of Captain and Mrs. Aaron Cleaves by a luncheon. In the orchard, at which some twenty guests were present. Among those who sat down to the spread were: Mr. and Mrs. John Rose, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Llttlefleld and daughter Mattle and son Leslie, of Chebeague, Captain and Mrs. Manley Llttlefleld of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Doughty of Everett, Mass, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Harris and family of Noddle Head cottage, and Mr. Charles Curlt of Westbrook. The table, which was set among the apple trees before the home, was hand somely decorated in honor of the oc casion. Before the party broke up a fine group picture was taken by Mr. Sheldon of Melrose. Mass., who is summering on the island. Mr. and Mr*. George A. Bunton of Arlington Heights, Mass.. are camping for the remainder of the month on Soule's Grove. They have been com ing to this island for the past ten years and are both enthusiasts of Che beague's future as a summer resort. Mr. Bunton is one of the leading bass coloists in Boston, and for the past twenty-two years he has been choir master and bass of the quartet at the Hawes Unitarian church at 8outh Boston. One of the finest social events to take place thus far this season was the whist party held at the Bellevue cot tage Wednesday evening in aid of the Park Fund. Many tables were In play during the evening and great numbers congregate to make the event a marked success. The proceeds will be devoted to the Park Fund, of which Mr. H. C. Nf*»dham, one of our leading and noted summer residents. Is mana ger. Mrs. Ruth Pillsbury and daughter Miss Ray. of Reading Highlands. Mass., left Wednesday for a tfojourn at Brownfleld. Me., until September 1st, when they will return because they find Chebeague a very delight ful summer resort. Mr. John Carthell has proven his right to a place on the bowling team field day by his recent high score rolled at the local alleys. Camp Pequoig. Camp Pequoig. a r.ewly organised unmmfr ramp for boy*, opened July 8 for «hp season of 1908. on the land of Rev. Clarence L Ball of Athol, Maas., which adjoint Soule's Orore at the east end. Mr. Ball, who Is pastor at the Unitarian Chnrch at Athol. Mass. Is the originator of this camp and with a staff of able Instructors, who are now at the camp, the school which makes a specialty of physical training exer ciaea. win without douht be a decided success. Already a large number of young men have arrived and taken up their studies for the summer months. Mr. Ball arrived on Thursday of last week and now has the ramp well un der way. I Raymond N. -Hill of Athol. Mass arrived here last week for the sum mer, and will be at the camp. Mr. Hill Is manager of the Athol High School base ball team, and he plays the position of first base on the nine, which Is one of the fastest in the state. Master Frank Lord of Athol Is at the camp for a few weeks, having ar rived on Wednesday of last week. Instructor Harold Anson Bruce. Bos ton. Mass., the ten mile cross country Interscolastlc champion. Is down for the summer, and has resumed his du ties at the camp. Mr. Bruce for for merly captain of the Chauncy Hall School as well ss the Fryes Prepara tory School track and cross country teams. Mr. Adrln Hsyward of Marlboro, Mass.. is spending the months of July and August here. Mr. Hsyward is s well known writer and st present is on the reportorisl staff of a Boston paper. Master Roger Williams of Buffslo, N. Y.. has been s member st the camp since Friday last, at which time he ar rived at Chebeague. Cliff Island Miss Helena A. Southard, the young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L#. H. Southard gave a party to a number ol her young friends Wednesday of last week, in honor of her fifth birthday anniversary. Games were played during the afternoon and refreshments were served with a birthday cake. All the friends of Miss Southard remem bered her with gifts as did the guests registered at the Cliff Cottage, where the party was held. A small ladies' gold watch with ini tials. and also a diamond in the back of the case, was lost by one of the guests at the Aucocisco House last week. The watch was lost on the is land and the finder will be rewarded by returning It to Mrs. Bachelor at the Aucocisco House. Friday evening the Cliff Island Im provement Society held a meeting at the president's summer home, Mr. H. B. Johnson at the "Sunset." During the evening regular business was transacted, but special discussion was made about building bath houses on the beach for the pleasure of the sum mer people as well as the island resi dents. It was also moved to take steps toward cleaning up parts of the island that are now crowded with a heavy growth of underbrush. .Mr. a. E. Wood and grandchildren. Annie Bell Houghton and Nelson and Elvin Sherman, all of Portland, arriv ed at the Spruce cottage last week to spend a short time before going to their camp which is on the land ad joining. Miss Fannie Griffin is with Mrs. L. H. Southard at the Cliff Cottage, where she will be for the summer. Mis* (Catherine W. Thomas of Elk Horn, Wis., who was regisered at the Aucocisco House for one week, is now visiting friends, the Mlssess Bennett, who have the delightful summer home "Shadynook." This is Miss Thomas' first sojourn to Cliff Island. Sunday. Mr. J. H. Johnson of Pleasant Hills. Me., was visiting his grandfather, Mr. H. B. Johnson at the Sunset cottage. Mrs. F. A. Lawton with sons, Philip and Robert, with Mrs. Charles Karcher and sons Earle, Hall and Hayden. all cf Springfield, Mass., are now at their camp on the main road for the season. Mr. Lawton, who is an assessor at Springfield is expected about August 1st., while Mr. Karcher, chief clerk of tbe Boston and Albany car service, will arrive the middle of the month. Master Earle Karcher is an excellent violin player, while his brother Hall Karcher Is very good with the cornet. Last year they fur nished irfusic at the Cliff Cottage for the greater part of the season. Their selections were of the highest order and won for them many approvals from the guests registered here and also the many cottagers who were privileged to hear them. .mtb. tranK Barber. Mrs. Frank Walker. Mrs. Prank Levecque and Mm, Henry Bird and family all of Portland are enjoying an outing at the cottage of Henry Cobb. During the summer a large number of parties come to this cottage at various times, as it is one of the best cottages on the inland for outings of this kind. Mr. Chester J. Peacock of Brooklyn. N. Y., will arrive next week to spend the month of August at the McKeen cottage and while here Mr. Hamilton, a cartoonist for Judge's Weekly, will be a guest. Charles Pettlngill. the Cliff Island agent for the Casco Bay Breeze, spent the first part of the week with his uncle. Capt. James L#. Johnson at Woodfords and arrived home on Wed nesday evening. The reception to the summer peo ple as well as the Island residents, of Mr. and Mrs. Rugene McKeen. who were married this spring at New ark. N. J., was given at their cottage on Saturday evening. The cottage was handsomely decorated with Jap anese lanterns and flags, which made it most attractive. There were about forty guests present and during the evening refreshments were served. Mrs. McKeen's home la In Newark, and with Mr. McKeen la spending the summer at Cliff Island. Mrs. Phoebe Mitchell of Yarmouth la visiting Mrs. Mabel Poole this week. Mr. Ella* Bacon, who with his fam ily are occupying one of Mr. Black's cottages, left for his home In Phila delphia on Sunday evening for a busi ness trip and will return about Sep tember 1st. Mr. K. 8. Hodges and family of Bomerville. Mass.. will arrlv« tomor row for the aummer and will occupy the Grand View cottage. I>ast sea son they were at one of Mr. Cobb's cottages Cobb's new dining room at the bead of the new pier had the largest num ber at the Hhore dinner on Sunday LONGFELLOW SOUVENIR PLATE. Frifriat fir pMt** villi MaiM tim. ■Ir Mtirt. Jist tb« tktif for oott»n tr nap. Pile#, CMpllll 50c This artistic plate has proven itself to be one of the most sought after of Portland souvenirs. An ex clusive pattern, made in England, and imported and sold by us only. Price 50 cents. Visit the new Annex. I* Mr Bm ■MtfN Will tlid irarjthitg ■•Nfm! f • r kitcbta mi tawdrj H*\p T. F. FOSS & SONS, COMPLETE HOUSEFURNISHERS. MONUMENT SQUARE. ! that has been here since its opening a 1 few weeks ago. Cobb's shore din I ners are becoming more popular than ever, and when once served are sure to satisfy. Mr. and Mrs. Chapin of Boston ar rived to-day and have opened Camp Cliff for the summer. The finest line of home furnishings is displayed at the R. S. Davis Co. Adv. Mr. Frank J. Mason and family of Somerville. Mass are at the Bay Cliff for the season, and arrived on the is land Saturday. As their guests for two weeks are Mr. P. E. Pratt and family of Everett, Mass.. who have been visiting since Saturday last. Mr. Pratt is with E. G. Williams of Boston, who has a brokers office at that place. Mrs. Louise Tewksbury of West brook is visiting Mrs. J. J. Harmon at the "Sunset View." Mrs. Tewks bury is to remain about a week longer. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mackerman of Boston, who are occupying one of Mr. Black's cottages for three weeks, leave tomorrow for their home. Sunday afternoon services were held at the church on the island, and they were lead by Rev. H. F. Klo man. pastor of the St. Stephen's church of Portland. The organ was played by Miss Mary H. Nicholson, who is registered at the Aucocisco House and excellent music was fur nished. The Cadets connected with the St. Stephen's church, who are at the St rout cottage with Rev. Mr. Klo man, attended. BAILEY ISLAND. (Continued from Page 2.) | the season. With them was Mrs. C. D. Perkins, also of Warren, who with i Mr. Perkins opened the Hill Crest last week. Miss Janet A. Lyle of New York City, who has been at Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., for the past month visiting with Mr. Oswald Vallard of the New York Evening Post is now at the "Gray Rocks," where she will remain for the rest of the summer with Mrs. Ellen Lyle. Mrs. Emma L. Brown and daughter, Miss Henrietta B. Brown, of Elizabeth, N. Y., with Miss Mary Mulford, are to be the guests of Mrs. H. Wallace Smith for one month. Miss Grace T. Smith of Orange. N. J., and Miss Helen Weed of East Orange, who has been visiting here for several weeks, left yesterday for Orr's Island, where they will be at the Pearl of Orr's Is land house for the remainder of the fummer. Dr. Mrs. H. K. Burnet with Miss Isabelle Bonnell of East Orange, ar rived on Thursday last to spend the season at Mrs. Burnet's beautiful cot tage which has been constructed this spring on the late Abner Johnson es I tate. Miss Ella Crowell of Newark. N. J., is visiting with her sister. Mrs. Elias Cram-ford, at the Root cottage at John son's Point. Mr. William S. Noyes. son-in-law of Mrs. Mary F. Peck, has been visiting at the Barnacle, having arrived here last week. Dr. Lottie Sampson and her sister. Miss Lena Sampson, both of Turner, Me., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Luther J. Bonney at the Turner cot 1 tage. Mrs. E. D. Garrabrant of Mont clair, N. J., is expected to arrive on Bailey Island early next week. Mrs. Garra brant will reside with Mrs. M. E. How ell in the Johnson house and will , spend the entire season on the island. Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Bonney. who have been spending their honeymoon at the Turner cottage, have returned to their home in Turner Center, where they will reside until Septemeber 1st, after which Mr. Bonney will resume his | work at Dean Academy, Franklin, Mass. Last year Mr. Bonney planned a handsome summer cottage overlook , ing Little Harbor, but he has recently I decided to make several changes in regard to the new cottage and mar not complete his plans until next year^ Mr. A. C. Burn ham is paying a short visit to his family, who are established in their pretty cottage for the summer months. Mr. Burnham is recovering from a severe operation for appendici tis and is unable to go on with his work at present. Church Notice. Christian Science services are held i In the Union church, Bailey Island, every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock | and on each Wednesday evening at half past seven when a testimonial meeting lasting one hour is held. All are cordially Invited. THE PLACE TO TRADE. In their ad. on the first page Wll Ham W. Roberts Co., the stationers, have left the beaten track in news paper advertising. The moral is there, however, and our readers will make no mistake If they, like Neptune, di rect their coachman to drive to the big. cool store on Middle street, when anything akin to Stationery is on their shopping list. Other ads. under the heading "Under the Sea" will follow, and will deal with further happenings In the submarine realm where the gruff old Sea King holds his court. "Oh good morning Mri. Smith." "Good morning Mrs. Jonee." "I called to aak where yoa got jroar oottege furnishing*. All oar folks my they are moit delightful end In •aoh good ta«te." "Well—I'm gled to beer tbet tftey ere eo pleasing. We got them ell at "70 years Fre® St., oflucctM" Portland.