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UTTLEFIELD & CO.
GROCERS 109-111 COMMERCIAL STREET PORTLAND, ME. If yoa want the best In Groceries. Meats and Provisions at reasonable charges our store Is the.place for you 'to trade. We supply hotel's, cottsaas, yachts and schooner parties. Island patronanQ solicited and satisfaction guarantied to all. Handy to steam boat wharves. YORK & JACKSON Portland Theatre Building - Portland, Maine We"have made special purchases for summer homes and for six days we will sell 3 car loads bungalow and cottage chairs in the latest finish and style from 95 cents upwards. Trunks and bags full line, one half price. Car load of Refrigerators in new and fancy 'styles, white enamel and porcelain lining, J5.G0 to $35.00. If in the market tor bungalow and cottage outfits do not fail to call at our store. Crawford Cooking Ranges at our famous factory prices. IM. T. WORTH LEY, Jr. Maine's Leading Optometrist and Optician 478J4 CONGRESS ST., Corner CENTER ST. Opp. PREBLE HOUSE, PORTLAND, ME. Phone 2174-W. All cars stop at our door Eyes examined. Prescription lenses ground promptly. Mail orders re turned by next nyiil. Gold filled Eyeglass Chains..-. 50c Prescription Lenses ground to order 40c and up Genuine Shell and Rubber Frames for Library Glasses - $1.00 Colored Glasses 50c and up ATLAS SHUR-ON EYEGLASSES Sold only at this office. A Consultation Free All Kinds of Optical Repairing OUVENIERS MAINE TOURMALINES The largest up to date line ot Souvenirs I in the city. Also a lull line ol Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Diamonds (Repairing of all kinds at short notioe McKENNEY JEWELRY CO. Jewelers and Opticians Monument Sq., Portland, Me. A. G. BETTS WATER SUPPLY Drilled Wells and Appurtenances fMaohine now working at Harpswell, Me. Special rates offered for present season.) ADDRESS I FOXCROFT, ME. FALMOUTH HOTEL PORTLAND, MAINE European and American Plan Most Centrally Located Hotel in Portland J. J. POOLER, - • Proprietor AMERICAN DAIRY LUNCH D.J. MacDONALD, Proprietor 121 Commercial 8treet, nearly oppe. cite Island Steamers and 8outh Portland Ferry. 180 Middle 8treet, nearly opposite Postofflce. Milk, Cream, etc., fresh from dairy farm dally. Best of foods, quickest1 service, reasonable charges. Finest equipment In the East. Visit us when In town. Elite Lunch, 487 and 491 1-2 Congress street for la Idles. "QUEEN OF 8EA ROUTE8'' Merchants A Miners Trans. Co. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE To NORFOLK, NEWPORT NEWS, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, 8AVANNAH AND JACKSONVILLE Through tickets from and to principal point*. Including meal* and stateroom accommodations on steamer. Fine steam ers. Best service. JLow fares. Wireless V telegraph. ' EXCUR8ION RATE8 TO NORFOLK, OLD POINT, WASHINGTON, RICHMOND Bend for bookleL C. H. MAynard, Agent, Boston, Mass. Jam** Barry, Agent, Providence, R. I. Maitto Tourist Agency, Portland, Me. "Flnstr^ Coastwise Trips In the World." SEND US YOUR OLD HAT BY PARCEL POST. Modern Hat Cleaning Shop (Opp. The Falmouth,) 201 Middle St. Panamas Cleaned and Blocked..50c Common Straws cleaned and re shaped 25c Derbies and soft hats, cleaned, blocked, shaped and new band 50c Eastern Steamship Corporation MAINE STEAMSHIP LINE TO NEW YORK MONDAY DAY TRIPS Begin June 22 Leaving Portland at 10.30 a. m. Steamships Old Colony and North Land leave Franklin Wharf, Port land, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays at 6.30 p. m. for New York. Returning—Leave New York Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays at 5.00 p. m. Single fare $6.00. Round trip $10.00. Boston and Portland Line Leave Franklin Wharf, Portland week days at 7.00 p. m. RETURN ING—Leave Boston 7.00 p. in. week days and Sundays. Steamships Bay State and Ransom B. Fuller. Kane between Portland and Bos ton, $1.50; staterooms, $1.00, $1.60. Sundays—Leave Portland 9.00 p. m. International Line THREE-TRIP SCHEDULE Steamships Calvin Austin and . Governor Lingley leave Portland, Mon-| days, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5.00 p. m. for Eastport and Lubec, Maine, and St. John, N. B. RE TURNING—Leave Portland for Boston Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8.00 a. m. Portland & Rockland Line Steamer Monhegan leaves Port land Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays at 7.00 a. m. for Boothbay Harbor, New Harbor. Round Pond, Friendship, Port Clyde, Tenants Harbor and Rockland. RETURN ING—Leave Rockland, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5.15 a. m., touching at above landings. Due in Portland at 2.00 p. m. Portland & Bcothbay Line Steamer Mineola leaves Portland Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8.00 a. m. for .East Bothbav and Intermediate landings. RETURN ING—Leave East Boothbay at 7.00 a. m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. H. A. CLAY, Superintendent, Franklin Wharf. Portland, Me. WE HAKE A SPECIALTY OF Souvenir Spuons, Brooches, Novelties, etc. GEO. T. SPRINGER Witohta, Diamonds, Jewel ry, 8llv*rw«r* 815 Congress St.* Portland, Me. Majestic Rink. The arrival of the first week of Au gust has been noticed at this place. The crowds are dally larger and more enthiiRiastic. Manager Crandall In planning several large functions* for the entertainment of his patrons and the Inlanders In general, and that they will he successful In their object Is undoubted by all who know Mgr. Crandall and his ability to please. The recent carnival was a sample of what he can do. Meanwhile the regu lar neaslons, morning, afternoon and evening, are beJng attended In un< dlmlnshed force. Truth. Truth la as impossible to be spoiled by any outward touch as the sunbeam. Milton. I BUSTINS ISLAND (Continued from Pa^e 4.) Trio (violin 'cello and piano) Schumann's "Abendlied;", soprani* solo, Mrs. John L. Zaugg, "Down in the Forest;" piano solos, Miss Mii> iam iHosmer; Praeludium from First Modern Suite, by MacDowell; "Ro mance," by Sibelius; baritone solos, Mr. Edward Gerry, (a) "Drink to me Only with Thine Eyes," (b) "My Lady Chloe;" violin so:o, Professor H. Rockwell, "Berceuse from Jocelyn;*' •baritone solo, Mr. Frank Mar, "Moth er Machree;" soprano solo, Mrs. L. Zaugg, "Oh Dry Those Tears," Teresa del Riego; 'cello solo, Miss Evelyn Swett, "Rest in The Lord," Mendel sohn; baritone solos, Mr. Edward Gerry, (a) "In the Time of Roses," (b) "Requiem," (c) "When the Roses Bloom; Medley of College Songs, Trio. Mr. and Mrs. Lamert Corbett, who have been summering with Mrs. Wm. A. Campbell, returned to their home in Orino, Me. They are accompanied by Miss Martha Greul, who will visit them for a week or two. Mr. Chas. A. Lancaster and daugh ter, Helen, of South Bend, Indiana, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. S. C. Lancaster, at "The Cedars." Miss Eric S. Budd of Boston,4 Mass., has as guests this week at "The Central" cottage, Miss Edith Martin and Miss Ressa Trombull of Boston. Mrs Harry Hewes and Mrs. Poole of Reading, Mass., arrived this week »-s the guests of Sirs. C. W. Newliall at "The Briarcliffe. Miss Florence Brockway, who has been summering here, returned to her home in Brookline, Mass., Monday. Mrs. Fred Goud of Farmingdale, Me., is the guest of Mrs. L. C. Laro at "The Alders," for a week or so. Mrs. A. MacDonald has as her guest this week at "The Twin Oaks," Mrs. Elizabeth Sherman of Lexington, Mass. The Misses Elizabeth and Sara Dana of Lawrence, Mass., have taken "The Spruce Lodge" for August. Tuesday evening the Chase cottage was the scene of a merry birthday party, which was given by Miss Flor ence Bibo in honor of her tenth birth day. The porch was all strung up with lighted Japanese lanterns. The eighteen invited guests spent the evening in playing games and in dancing. During the evening re* freshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Mont gomery are entertaining Miss A. K. Giles of Newton, Mass., at "The Wal hallah." Miss C. A. Brown of Auburn, N. Y„ is spending a week or so in "The Maplewood," awaiting the com pletion of her newly built cottage. There was quite an excitement near the Maiden Lane section of the island where some young ladies, the Misses Baker and Leavitt are tenting in back of the Central road. On Tues day evening cries of help were heard. Some_of the nearby neighbors rallied and came to the rescue. The ladles in the tent claim that they heard some one or something creeping and crawling along the floor of their tents and naturally they cried out. The islanders are very curious for a solu tion of the mystery. Mr. and Mrs. WJlliarm H. Higglns, with their sens, Loring and William, of Andover, Mass., and Miss. Kather ine Barnett of Indianapolis, Ind., are spending August in "The Ledges." Dr. and Mrs. O. C. S. Davies and daughter, Louise, of Augusta, Me., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. George Taft at the Westbrook cot tage. Mr. H. J. White is entertaining Miss Lillian Hull of North Hampdon, Mass.. and Miss Doris Mathewson ot Norwich, Conn., for a week or so at the lower Garfield cottage. Miss Alma Swann and Miss Miriam MacDonald, of Portland, spent Sun day with Mrs. Freeman M. Grant. Miss Marguerite Grant left the island, Monday for a two weeks visit with friends at Matlnlcus Is land, Me. Mrs. J. M. Grant returned to her cottage Friday, after a very pleasant sojourn in Portland, Me. Mrs. John P. Dick of North Adams, Mass., and Miss Hazel Bowers of Lawrence, Mass., returned to their homes on Monday after a pleasant stay at "The Bunchberry Lodge." Miss Gwendolyn Jones, who sailed from here last week for New York, arrived here safely, after a fine sea trin. The Bustins Island Village corpora tion held a meeting in the grove Sat urday afternoon and many important measures were discussed. The fol lowing officers were elected to serve this year: Clerk, Arthur L. . Rey nolds; treasurer, Rev. Frank L. Gar field; overseers, Prof. ®. S. Hosmer, Mrs. ('has. W. Newhall, Mrs. Errola C. Brainard, Mr. F. D. Miller, Dr. F. W. Mar; hoard of health, Mr. John M. Jaynes, Dr. L. C. Eugyster, Miss Sara E. Bower:; landscape commit tee, Mr. Robert Montgomery, Mr. Wm. Miller, Mr. C. W. Newhall, Mr. S. A. Melcher, Mrs. S. C. Lancaster. a motion was made and discussed ttyat every cottage be required to have a chemical fire extinguisher. While the sentiment was strong that every cottage ought to be so provided, It was thought better to defer the matter at this time. It was voted to request an appropriation for next year of $7.f>0. Mr. F. D. Fuller was elect ed moderator of the meeting. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and daugh ters of Somervllle, Mass., who have been summering In the "Redwing," during July, have transferred their nbode to the "Homewood" cottage for the month of August. Superintendent C. 8. Clarice with his wife and daugh ter, Marlon of Somervllle, Mass., ar rived from Cape Porpoise, Me., Sat urday to spend the remainder of the summer at the "Redwing." Miss Pauline Clarke of New York city. In the guest of Miss Sara E. Bower of "Bunchberry" lodge. The regular Saturday evening dance took place In Wilson's dance hall and was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Twlss and daughters, Beatrice and Catherine of Lawrence, Mass., are summering at the Parker cottage, for the month of August. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen and family who have been summering at this cottage during July, returned to I their homes" tar West Somervllle, Mass., on Thursday. Mrs. .Q- O. Andrews and tsons of. Lawrence, Mass., returned to their homes -after a pleasant month's vaca tion at "The Norumbega." Mr. and Mrs. William Heald of Lawrence will occupy the cottage during August. Church services were held in the grove, Sunday afternoon at 4 p- m.. Rev. Frederic B.Greul preaching the sermon. There has been a tennis tournament, this week and although, the official' scores will not be published till next week, the winners are as follows: Mr. Harold C. Fitz, winner of men's singles and Miss Dorothy Rockwell winner of the ladles' singles. Mrs. John L. Zaugg and family of New .York., sailed home on Saturday after a pleasant vacation at Camp Bluff. Rev. Nicholas Vander Pyl with his wife and family of Haverhill, Mass., are occupying the upper Garfield cot tage for August. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wilson gave a lawn party Friday evening, at their pretty camp in the woods in honor of their friends, the Elders, who have spent two delightful weeks on the island. There were eighteen pres ent, Mr. and Mrs Robert Elder and their two children, Robert and Edith. Mr. James Elder, Grace Elder, Mr. James Elder and Miss Gladys Centre, all of West Lynn, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Miller and son, Carroll of Swampscott, Mass., and Mrs. D. M. Olive and Mrs. Burgess Olive of Dorchester, Mass.; Mr. Wm. Miller and daughter along with the host and hostess and their two chil- 1 dreu, Edwin and Virginia. There was music and games and refreshments were served. The grounds were pret tily decorated. Mr. -and Mrs. Wm. Sim of Clifton dale, Mass., are visiting at the log cabin. The Miller's sweet peas are finer than ever this season. They have taken prizes at New York, Boston and Bar Harbor. Littlejohn's I. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Coburn, of Winchester, Mass., are the guests of Mrs. E. C. Cplomb for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Learoyd and family, of Wakefield, Mass., are spending August at. tne a mi 111 cui tage. Mrs. W. A. Sampson entertained a few of her friends at a progressive whist party, on Thursday afternoon. The large living room was prettily decorated with wild flowers and spruce boughs. Those who took the prizes were: First prize a five-pound box of chocolates, Mrs. George Barry; second prize, a beautiful painted pic ture of "Portland Headlight," by Mrs. J. H. Buckley. Among those who were present on this occasion were: Mrs. N. H. Armington, Mrs. James Hum phrey, Mrs. George Barry, Mrs. How ard Knight, Mrs. J. W. Woodill, Mrs. J. H. Buckley, Mrs. C. H. Cook. Mrs. A. H. Cunningham and two daughters, Jean and May, and her niece, Miss May C. Gillies, of Ded ham, Mass., returned to their homes after a delightful sojourn at "The Birches." Mrs. (j. A. winner, Mrs. M. A. Joy, Mrs. W. G. Wheeler, Messrs. Preston Fay, Warren Henderson, Ray and Earl Winner, Arthur Hiltz, Charles Johnson, Simeon Hawkes, Herbert Wheeler and Misses Eva and Ina Wheeler, Pearl Patterson, Barbara Johnson, Alice Parker, Mabel Rich ardson and Elizabeth Bailey returned to their homes in South Framing ham, Mass., after a jolly two weeks' vacation at the Cook cottage. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodell and daugh ter, Dr. Edith Woodell, of Waverly, Mass., and Mrs. James H. Buckley, daughter Mabel, and granddaughter, Miss Hazel Hanchett, of Natick, Mass., will occupy this cottage dur ing August. The first barn dance of the season was held in the Haunted House, Wednesday evening, under the man agement of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Chlsholm. The affair was a great success, nearly all of the island turn ing out. The evening was spent first in dancing country dances, quadrilles, Virginia reels, etc., and in listening to a little musicale. Miss Agnes Cody, of Salem, Mass., favored the audience with a solo entitled "The i Sweetest Story Ever Told." Mr. Stanley Chlsholm played a very fine violin solo, Rubinstein's "Melody in P." Mr. Arthur Hills, of Framing hnm, Mass., sang a baritone solo, "Dreaming." The affair ended by Mr. Thomas Flinn singing a pathetic little ballad, Tosti's "Goodbye!" Mr. and Mrs. James Humphreys and family, of Boston, Mass., re turned to their homes Tuesday after a pleasant vacation at the Kingston COttftRG. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. TTnderhlll, of South Framtngham, Mass., have de parted for their homes after spend ing their vacation at "The Elms." Mr. and Mrs. Alblan Hlwell, of Dor chester, Mass., will occupy It during August. Mr. and Mrs. W. Holbrook and children, Bernlce and Carl, Miss Frances Adams, Miss Gertrude Mur ray, Miss Gertrude Laflfleo, of Boston, and Mrs. Calvin Adams vacated the Arcade, after an' enjoyable two weeks' vacation. Suoerior Groceries. One of the most Important ques tions that meets the visitor to any cummer resort Is that of obtaining food and supplies for the table. Mere In Casco Bay the residents have at their disposal one of the best-equin ped grocery storps in New England, that of W. S. Wilson and Co., 651 Congress street and 112 Exchange street, Portland. All orders received by mall or telenhone will be packed »nr1 nhinned wi»hont delay. Portland's Newest Hotel Elevator Private Baths Long DUtance Telephone in Room* HOTEL BRUNSWICK O. V. 8CCMAYKR, Prop. European Plan II per day up American Plan $2 per day up 21-23 Preble St., Portland, Maine Near Monument Square The Thos. Laughlin Co. The only place1 In Portland where you can run your boat direct to a good safe landing and obtain a complete outfit of everything pertaining to motor boats, and Marine. Hardware of all kinds in Brass and Galvanized iron. , 164-186 COMMERCIAL 8T., ! *** PORTLAND, ME. Boat landing back of store, between LonQ and Central Wharves. KENDALL. & WHITNEY DEALERS IN Agricultural and Horticultural Implements, Fertilizers, Poultry and Dairy Supplies, Wooden Ware, Galvanized Iron Ware, Brooms, Brushes, Cordage, Seeds, etc. Also specialties in SUMMER COMFORTS, such as Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Lawn Swings, Croquet Sets, Window Screens and Screen Doors. Call and see us. Cor. Federal and Temple Sts., • Portland, Me. Cor. Congress and OaK St*. Th« 8tor* of Qaalltr Long 3ilk Gloves 69c One thousand pairs 16 button length Pure Milanese Silk Gloves, with guar anteed double finger tips, white only. A manufacturer's surplus stock of ?1.00 quality at less than the cost of making. "While they last 69c Waists at 49c About three hundred White and Colored Waists of voile and batiste, long and short sleeves, high and low neck, also a few Black Lawn Waists; all sizes in the lot, but not all sizes in any one style. Waists that sold for 98c and $1.98 49c Handkerchiefs at 12 l-2c Wonderful values at this price. Customers tell us they are worth from 17c to 25c. "Exquisite hand embroidered corners, wide hems with new em broidered patterns, colored wide borders, all lines with colored "long fellow" initials and dainty embroidered white initials, also lace edees; all exclusive designs. Special 12"/2c Dollar Silk Hosiery The best value at this price—"Themico" No. 725—no better quality can be made. They wear longer and fit better. Made of pure ingrain thread silk, double lisle soles, high spliced silk heels and double lisle tops. Black, white and colors. Try a pair $1.00 Fibre Silk Stockings Fibre Silk Boot Stockings, double soles, heels and toes, with deep double tops, black, white and tan. Regular value 37M>c 29c Full length Fibre Silk Stockings, double soles, toes and tops; black, white and colors. Regular 50c values 39c Men's Fibr$ Silk Half Hose, seamless foot, black, white and colors. Spec ial value i...? 25c Washable Kid Gloves Gloves that will wash are economical and sanitary. Cape Gloves, Mocha Gloves and Glace Gloves that will positively wash and look like new, made pique and prix seam, one clasp. We guarantee them $1.50 The Most Sanitary Bottling House in Maine INGALLS BROS. Summer Beverages of Surpassing Excellence Have a Dozjd on Ice Cooling for the Next Hot Day Superior Ingleside Ginger Ale The Wholesome Sparkling Drink for Old and Young Free Sanitary Drinking Cups Furnished With Our Goods for Picnic Parties We Want to Do Your Developing & Printing and offer you onr Experience of 35 Years as a Guarantee of Results Not 25 per cent CHEAPER But 25 per cent BETTER H. M. SMITH, Photographer 8 Elm St., Portland, Me. Agent for Eastman & Ensign Films ORDER BY MAIL Heating and Plumbing Engineers Stoves, Ranges, Tinware Ship Stoves, Lanterns and Galley Furnishings Gasoline Engines and Water Systems F. & C. B. NASH CO. 3S1390 FORE ST. CORDES' CAPE F. Q. Cordes, Proprietor. First- class in Every Particular Private Dlntng Rooms 665 1-2—567 1-2 Congress St, PORTLAND, MAINE Opposite Baxter Block Summer Stationery We have a splendid assortment of writing papers suitable for vacation use in addition to stationer/" for" the most formal purposes. William W. Roberts Co. Stationers 233 MIDDLE STREET Hotel For Sale IN MAINE 60 sleeping rooms; stable 75 foot; Ice house; billiard and pool room; bowling alloys. Mouse three-quarters furnished, situated on beautiful lake Into which fish hatchery turn 2,000,000 trout each year. Right of way for boat landing, etc. 8 miles from fa moue Poland Spring. Spring of water to €«iual Poland Spring. Original cost $50,000. $4,000 takes entire property free and clear. Answer 92 Exchange street, Portland, Maine. Motor Boats for Sale Stanley Marine Motors Perfex Waterproof Igni tion, supplies, repairing, overhauling. Oasolene for •ale. WM. H. ROHR, 14 COMMERCIAL WHARF PORTLAND T*'lP^on*_ Agent for ^Jray Qeatfcss Detachable Boat Motor, Fits Any Boat.