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The C. T. SWETT CO.
Grocers and Proyistonere 130-132 Commtrolal Stmt Portland, Malm Head of Perry Wharf. TO OUR ISLAND TRADE Mail or Telephone orders are filled promptly and we giro free delivery to your landing on all orders amounting to '^.00 or ovtr. Special attention given to shipping perishable go ids ao that they will arrive In perfect condition. Local dealers for the International Harvester < \> 'Stationary and Portable Engines—from 1 to 50 horse power. Also Agents for the BO WRING PETROLEUM CO.. LTD.. of l-ou don—High Grade Lubricating Oils for Marine, Stationary and Gaso lene Engines. Littlefield & Co. GROCERS 109-111 COMMERCIAL STREET PORTLAND, ME. If you want the best in Groceries. Meats and Provisions at reasonable charges our store is the place for vo'i to trade. We supply hotels, cotticos, yachts and schooner parties. Islsnd patronage solicited snd satisfaction guaranteed to si'. Handy to steam boat wharves. a ATLAS SHUR-ON EYEGLASSES —The Best in the World — Are Sold Only by N. T. Worthley, Jr. ■m Maine's Leading Optician ^~QLAgS*S'"""^ 478} CONGRESS STREET Over Kresge's 5 and 10c Score Coupons Free to Patrons We Grind Our Own Lenses Low Prices lor Jute, July and August Csrfaie Fctates AMERICAN DAIRY LUNCH D. J. MacDONALD, Proprietor. Commercial Street, nearly oppo elte leland 81earners and South Portland Ferry. ISO Middle Street, nearly Opposite Postofflce. Milk. Cream; etc., freeh from dairy farm dally. Best of food, quickest aer» vice, reasonable charges. Finest equipment In the East. Visit as when In town. Elite Loach. 411 1-1 Congress St. for Lsdlee. Healing and Plumbing Engineers 8TOVE8, RANGF8, TINWARE Ship Stovn, Lanterns and Galley Fur ni thing*. Casolii»f £rgmes and Water S/stems F. & C. B. NASH CO. 384-390 FORE ST. Men Wanted at Good Pay TO ACT AS SALESMEN The demand (or our goods is In* creasing. , The interest in New England fruits and farming is growing. We haven't men enough to covei half the towns in the state of Maine. Inexperienced men are making over $20 a week, while our experi enced men go as high as $40. Our line is the most complete, our goods the highest quality, and our treatment of customers and sales men the most liberal. Let us write you about it at once. W. F. COBB & CO. Nurserymen andSeedmen FRANKLIN, MASS. A • ft ftf £\ Subscribe Again We Say WANTED-A RIDER AGENT M EACH TOWW and dl«ar!<-t toride and evhlhtt * sampleLate*t Model ■* bicycle furnished by u*. Our IgMl'fvcry where are making Boar/ f»»t WrMi ftrjmll vartumlsri am4 ifmlsltfrr NO MONCY NKQUINbD until joti reofvo and approvo r.f your I bicycle. We ahlptoanyone anywh< rein Ike V H. mmmm» r»«riftm I In advance.and allow TEN OATS' FNITRIAL durln* I wM. h timeyuu may r1<J«' IM bicycle and put It to any tent jon wUh. If you are then not perfectly aatl«fl<-d or do not wl*h to keep the Mcyrlo i>h1pIt htfli toQ< atoarf>prn«and n* mtttm»«m( •««#•». FiCTOn PBICFf w® furnUh the hlcbeat *rade bicycles It is I ■ rMVMpo^ihio to make at one amall pndlt above actual factory cn%t. You aare 910 to O middlemen'* proflta by buy lln* direct of iinndhnvn the manufacturer'* guarantee* behind your ■Mryrl*. DO NOT BUT a blcyrieor a pair of tire* from itmi at amy mtm Wlfl you rweetre oar catabarue* and learn our nnbeard ot fatmn I fir r i and MUflait. * rtMrbtotlfvl ffttaVifTW MtMri'Mllwimiiijn iikwt ine Mmw for ■-m.br ftTtT® Su?i®JtSi. b?«2? ("^JT^iVY,W«1 »w«»7 tar* A — a'' -,TJ" " * »• » •nil P«~» oc all kiMM K*lf,h0r^,.i^^t^.l^l. TW^rt >M 111— Hedgethora Pvictare-Proof < M 1L2 — t'9 09prr fm!', >•( • mi '•?*' f"t~U *0<,..k wUH^,f4 ttJ ATsasKas.triasaiHr*.--! DESORtPTtONi ,MV.v•" It\ • »irfi»Trrr»riirSV* Tj"1 ^ ln»l<J»Tw"?i 1 • rur**r. which ner r poroan and which rlow n » small SSSb VSS ffL2^>^-3?^^S«£W1.rS Mr trior tm tSiVm V. r V» onir—.wgr V*\r. All onVra xMpt-hI mmm sarJt Vo° » —»»»»' »•» 11 / 1 F; Peaks bland Summer visitors are fast arriving oo the island with the continued warm weather, and the season has com menced in real earnest with all the different attractions now opened, the pavilion having opened Its doors Sat urday n?*ht with a good crowd. Mr. Oscsr Hobart spent the week end with Mr. Samuel r*lark at his cottage, th* "San Soud." Torrlngton Point Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jewett of West street, Portlsnd. have owned th»ir cottage at Forest City Landing, for the Mr. and Mrs. Framk Jewett of West street, Portland, hav | opened their latlons on the birth of a daughter born Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Thayer Sterling were the gueuts of Mr. Sterling's j mother. Mrs. Nancy Sterling, at the, Willow cottage on Sunday. Miss Jane Voter, of Adams street.' has been spending a few days in Bos-| ton. Mr. William C. Dow and family, of St. I^awrence street. Portland, have opened tlieir camp on Island avenue for the season, having moved down on Saturday. Mr Llttlejohn of Adams street. If in Old Orchard for a few days, decora ting for the automobile races. Mrs. A. N. Bibber of Portland, will spend the coming week with her son. Mr. Frank Bibber, at his home-on. the Knickerbocker road. Evergreen Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Marshall and son Kenneth of Melrose, will arrive this week to spend the summer with Mrs. Marshall's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart, at their cottage at E\ergreen. Mrs Alice Homer is entertaining Mr. Homer's mother. Mrs. O. D. Hom er, of the Hotel Nottingham. Boston, at the Pine Cone cottage, and also Mrs. Willard Darton. of Clifton street, for a week. Miss Winifred Blaisdell of'Minneapo lis. is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Stott. where she will remain for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. William Henrv Has kell, daughter Ruth and son Ray mond. of New York, have taken Quincy Sterling's cottage on Island avenue for the summer. Mr. Walter Scholes. of Portland, is spending the week with his mother at the family summer home at Ever green. Miss Maud Packard has arrived on the island and has been entertaining Miss Sue Baldwin and Miss BemU at her camp on the back shore. Mrs. A. H. Whltmore entertained the members of the Sunshine Club at her attractive cottage on the Trefethen hore this week. The floral decora tions were unusually pretty through out the cottage, and at noon a de Mc'ious shore dinner was served to the rolk>wing members: Mrs. J. Philips. Mrs. J. E. Brown, Mrs. L. E. Plude. Mrs. A. A, Douectte, Mrs. D. Lax, Mrs. \. McMillan, Mrs. E. E. Hybert. Mrs. J. A. Carr. Mrs. Stevens of Hamden xnd Mrs. Adams of New York, were 'nvited guests, and the hostess was tsslsted in serving by her daughter, Marion. Next week Mrs. Hybert will enter ain the club at her cottage and the gentlemen are Invited for the evening. Mrs. Walter Hill of Pittsfleld, Maine •nd Mrs. William Waite, of South 'ortland. have been the guests of Mrs •Tmbert Robinson at the Nestledcwr ottage at Evergreen. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Perry and little laughter, Rita, have been in Rruns vick, attending the commencement ex ercises at Bowdoin college. Col. and Mrs. W. O. Peterson, of loberts street, have opened their sum •ner home, "The Sherland," at Ever •reen. .Mrs s. Henry Cobb entertained Mrs W. J. Meirill of Brewer street. this week, nt her summer home on Sargent road. Mrs. George Bliss entertained her bridge club for an all day sesrton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greely and daughters, of the East Knd. are occu pying the Kmnaville cottage at Trefe then. for the summer. Master Fred Pierce is visiting his aunt. Mrs. Charles Knight, for a fern weeks. Mr. A. G, Thomson and dnighter Yvonne, arrived from Montreal the past week to join Mrs. Thomson. .*nd are occupving the "Blde-a-Wce cottage at Trefethen. Master Hvxold Shellls of Spring utreet. has been spending the week end with his aunt. Mrs. W. H. Our rin at the "Bncna Vi*ta" cottage at Evergreen. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dunton of the "Pearl" cottage. Forest City landing, have been Hpendine a week at Bear Pond, on a Aching trip and Mm. 1 hinton proved to 1h» the best fisher man. having landed a five pound sal mon. Dr. O'Brlon and family, of Grove ton. N. H., are spending three weeks at the Olencllff cottage. Forest City. Miss Elizabeth Mercer Is visiting at the Kngland home on Island avenue, for the summer. Miss l^etitla Koden of Evergreen l anding has gone to Bearsport to spend th* Fourth with friends. Lieut, and Mrs. L C. Richer, ot Washington. D. C., have taken the Harvey cottage on Plea Kant avenue for the summer, and are planning tr> entertain quite extensively through the summer. At present their guest* are Mlsa Harriet Rowe and Mls« Mar tha Glnn. Miss Mollle K. Curtis and Ml«s Eva Colesworthy. of Portland, were guests iit the Pearl cottane on Mondav Miss Mabel E Curtis and niece. Mlas Anna Watson, will arrive aonru time MAJESTIC RINK KJ£ NOW OPEN FOR SEASON OP tttS ' ■tot 610I Flur EieallMt H—it WE CATCH V FRIVATf PARTIES « —» PJM. T.W » «• P.M. this week from Ebfield. North Caro lina, to spend the summer at the Pearl cottage. Miss Mary Davis. a well known Ringer, la the guest of Mrs. Charle* Cowan at the Fair Haven cottage, on Central avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Springer have been entertaining their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Murkland, Mrs. iMlot snd daughter, from Barton. Vermont, at their new home on Church avenue. Mr. and Mra. Whiter Trefethen, of South Portland, and Mrs. Adams, are expecting to open their summer home on Island avenue, the coming week. Miss Grace M. Letshton. of Waver ly street, haa been entertaining a house party at the summer home ot her parenta, on Oak Lawn. Trefethen. the peat week. Mra. John O. Cox. of Everett. Mass.. haa been the guest of Mrs. Harvey Trefethen. on Island avenue, for u few days. Mrs. Emma Trefethen. who has t»een spending the past winter in Cali fornia, has returned to the island and has opened her little cottage near Trefethen Landing, which was closed all last season. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Card SkllTlngs (Florence McAloney) have returned from their wedding trip and are to spend the week on the island before going to Bangor, where they are to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Durgin of the Buena Vista cottage, at Evergreen, have been entertaining Mrs. William P. Hartley and Mrs. Helen Locke, of Atlantic. Mass.. for a few days, also Mrs. H. M. Borghardt. of Dorchester. Miss Florence Horne entertained the llpsilon Aloha Delta Sorority of the P. H. S.. at her summer home on Wil low street, the past week, the mem In-rs present being the Misses Vera Singlcy, Ina Nelson. Louise Woldron. Margaret Morton, Ruth Spear, Amy Piper, Mildred Keating, Martha O'Brien. Helen Jones. Genevieve Corey. Marion Corey, Lois Griffen and the hostess, Miss Florence Horne. Mrs. Charles Cooper and daughters. Margaret and Yelma. who have been spending the winter in Somerville. have opened their camp at Rock Bound Park, for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Smith of Con gress street, have opened their hum; at Evergreen for the season. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Coffin, of Port land. have rented the Sterling cottage, on the Knickerbocker road, for the summer. Mrs. Frank Howarth of Island ave nue. is entertaining her mother. Mrs. Fannie Duke, of Berlin, N. H., for a few days. Mrs. Harry Greely entertained a party of Ave at her summer home in Sterling Row, on Thursday. A de licious shore dinner was served at noon and the afternoon was spent on the back shore. One of the most Important affairs of the week was the pretty lawn party given by Miss Irene Woodbury. Games and music were enjoyed by the guests, who were the Misses Dorothy Gay, Mary Keith, Grace Merrill. Ida York, Olivia Browning. Fidelia Wood bury, Alice Perry and the Messrs Rob. Keershaw. Phil Skllllng. Harold Clark. Arthur Jensen. Ronald Talford. Arthur RolT. Frank Walker and Charles Sterling. Element That Survive*. The only thing that walks back from the tomb with the mourners and refuses to be burled Is character.— W. M. Hunt. LAUNCH FOR PARTIES Th«» launch Florence T. for sailing al*>nt the bay. Row boats to let by honr. day or week at reasonable charges. Ferrying to Ijttlejohns, So. Free pjrt. etc. W. A. TRUFANT, ChebeaQue I. float stage at Hamilton's Landing. Residence near Poetoffice. EAT at the LUNCH INLAND CART Now located near entrance to Greenwood (Jarden. Under new management and ev erything nanitary. F. S. MUNSON. prop. Cart No. I at Old Orchard Marr's News Stand aa4 Checking Room CUSTOM HOUSE PICR Wliilc waiting enjoy oar Cool Drinks. Ire Cream, Candy and Fraita of all kinds. Kaga and Parcel* Checked for Fire Centa. Ramambartha Plaea MARR'S, at the Pier LOOK FOR THE RED SIGN IF EXPERIENCE IS WORTH ANYTHING I ought to have you trade on Photographic Supplies and Artists' Materials Developing and Printing a lit tle better than the other fellow JOHN F. GOULD S49 Congress St., Portland, Main* Motor Boats For Sale Al*o Fox Marin# Motor*. H all Id ay Stationary Rn jclnMi. P»rf*x Irnitlon «y» tern, mipplW-*. repairing, overhauling. Oaaolene for •ale. WM. H. ROHR, 14 COMMERCIAL WHARF PORTLAND. w. s. JORDAN * Diiin in Groceries - Provisions Fishing Tackle Anchors Oars Csrdsgs Oiled Clothing Dorfss Skiffs KENDALL &. WHITNEY SEED MERCHANTS, GROWERS and IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Afrtoiittiiral an* Hsrtisaltiiral laiptamants, FartMixars, Poultry and Dairy Sappllaa, Waadaa Vara, Qalvaalzai Iran Wara, Praams, Braabaa, Cariapa, ate. Also apMUItlM in aUMMCR COMFORTS Ilk* lea Cr«»m FrMitrt, R*4rtg«rator«, Lawn awing*, Croquet Sets, Window Servant and Saraan Doara. Call and taa «• Cor. Federal & Temple Sta., Portland, Me. Rockmere House and Cottages LitUejohn's Island, Main# a H. HAMILTON, Prop. Right on the shore, with lOJ-ft. elevation. Set in spruce grove. Accommodates 100. Ex cellent cuisine. Daily mails. Open until October 1. Rates on application. THE ISLAND INN bustjn's WILSON 4 CO., PrtpHttort ISLAND Dining room one of the moat pleasantly situated of any In tha bay. Sur rounded by trees, overlooking tha water; cool; comfortable; convenient. Hrt't by the week t st>eclalty. Regular dinners for transients, dally. Take Str. Maquoit, leaving Portland 9a.m., return 1.46 p.m., giving three hours for dinner. "RIGHT AWAY" Customers Bring Ceansing to Foster's Dye House 80 Oak St, near Congress Portland, Maine COASTWISE STEAMERS "Queen of Sea Route*" Merchants 4k Miner* Trass. Co. Sleaasklp I lne« BOSTON to PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE. NORFOLK and NEWPORT NE W Through tickets to and from principal points, including meals and stateroom accommodations on steamer. SPECIAL RATES to OLD POINT COMFORT and ATLANTIC CITY Steamer* new, fast and elegant. Accommodations and cuisine, unsur passed. Bend for booklet. C. H. Maynard, Agent, Boston, Mass. S. S. TOnER Penobscot Indian Goods Fine Bankets, Unique Souvenirs. Clubs, Seal Goods, etc. DON'T MISS IT—'THE TENT. AT MACKEREL COVE. BAILEY ISLAND. CORDES' CAFE F. GL Cordes, Proprietor. First-Class In Every Particular. 665 1-2—5S7 1-2 Congress St PORTLAND. MAINE OPPQ8ITE BAXTER BLOCK. NEW THE SEWING MACHINE OF QUALITY. SHONE WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If yoa p«rrha«e the NK\V HOMK you will have a life hm>. -tut tl>e price y«»u p..v. and will Dot have an rad Inw rliaia of rcpuin. HCW I i Quality Considered it is the Cheapest in the end to buy. If vnntaluirlnf marhlnr, vrlle for jar lfttrat nUlmpir b» f«rf you |iun >utKr. •he New Home to; Machine Co.. Orar;e. Mass. P.A.STAKCK.PUC No Money in Advance — Satisfac tion Guar* ■ BtMd LowwlNtl Ftetorjr . PrieM E«sU«t| Term.-A Saving of f too «• $200 — From Fac- | FAMOUS STARCH PIANOS Sent Anywhere in the United Stain on 30: DAYS'. FREE TRIAL &££ v* rm WTLL HKWD to any part of thaUnltad fHatea• haantlfal STARCJC PIANO. 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