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The Rines Brothers Co.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY are our Special Bargain Days during July and August. It will pay you to take a sail up the harbor to \ " ATTEND THESE SALES The Rines Brothers Co PORTLAND, MAINE Merriconeag House Arthur B. Dickey, Mgr. So. Harpswell, Me. Choice location. Unobstructed vie.v of the bay on all four sides, bine bath house on pri vate beach. 33 sleeping rooms. Modern baths and lig.itinij. New management this season. Booklet and rates on applica tion. Hotel Sea Gables 23d YEAR SAME MANAGEMENT. SOUTH HARPSWELL, MAINE Stands Directly on the Beautiful Casco Bay. Excellent boating, fishing: private bathing beach and houses; fresh eggs, mtter, milk and vegetables from the farm every day; lisli, clams and lob sters direct from the water; the rooms are large, light and airy; sun parlor, etc. Booklets sent. L. H. MERROW, Proprietor. Spend Your Vacation at the OceanViewrioiei Arthur Black, Prop. SO. HARPSWELL. MAINE Unsurpassed si ue tion. Fine Fishing, Rowing, Sailing and Motoring. 230 feet of verandas. Panorama of mountain and Sea. 15 miies by boat from Portland.. 15 miles by motor frcmBrunswick. Upen June to September. Kates and booklets on rpplicauon. Telephone Your Wants Quick Service to Our Customers DUNN BROTHERS Groceries, Provisions and General ildse. Our Stock is Comnlete in Every Department. Meats, Finesc Qualify and Right Prices Market at West Harpswell Delivery all over South Harpswell A. E. PINKHAM So. Harpswell, Me. Horse and Auto Delivery Our stables are equipped to handle all the business of this place and we are prepared to furnish automobiles and teams with careful drivers at any hour of the day or night. Kxpresslng and mw'.nK of all kinds re ceive prompt and careful attention. Have all your baggage checked in care of A. K. J'inkham, South Harpswell, Maine. Soil, Loam, etc., Grading and Excavating, Cellar Work, Wells, etc. AUCOCISCO and Cottages CLIFF ISLAND, MAINE References—Special rates for June and September. Mm. K. B. BATCHELOR Valley of the Sacramento Wouldn't you like to see "how the land lays" that will produce wheat and alfalfa, oranges and lemons, raisins and rice, hops and walnuts, almonds and peaches, figs and prunes? Wouldn't it seem peculiar to see oranges ripening while you were doing your winter plowing, or a strawberry patch yielding fruit every month for eleven months out of the year? You Can See This Country Without Leaving Home We have Issued beautiful booklets descriptive of various portions of the Sacramento Valley, Sacramento, Yolo, Solano, Shasta, Glenn counties and have a vast fund of information for you. This bureau is conducted solely for the benefit of the homeseeker, settler and tourist. You may have one or more of the booklets mentioned, a map of California, and answer to your questions and a sample copy of Sunset Magazine, the monthly guide and t&xt-book of the home seeker and settler, if you will send ten cents in stamps to cover cost of mailing. SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, San Francisco, Cal. Be sure to mention this paper and name book you wleh. . „ rs.*r.'r;. Remember Littlejohn's I. Mrs. W. H. Prescott of Boston en tertained a select group at her home, the Ldmberlost, In honor of Miss Winifred Norton of Boston, July 2d. Mayor Ingraham of Portland was ex pected as a guest, but could not at tend because of a city government meeting. Despite the inclemency of the weather nearly all the expected guests came, Mrs. Prescott's daugh ters, Miss Helen, Miss Katherine, and Miss Alice receiving. Mise Helen and Miss Katherine were gowned in white, and Miss Alice wore blue. The Misses Nuran were daintily garbed j in white, and Miss D. F. Armington in pink. The officers of the Port land High Cadets were present, Maj or Albert Ball, Adjutant-Mayor Wil kinson, Captain True, Captain Harri gan and others, as well as favored privates. Signal officer Mr. Eddie Reidy delighted the assembly with his fine piano playing, while Mr. Robert Prescott ran the phonograph for dancing. A collation was served. , The severe storm of Friday night caused much excitement on the is land. Several residents report nar row escapes from lightning bolts. The cottage of Joseph F. Ready of Roxbury, Mass., was struck about four o'clock Saturday morning. For tunately no one was in the house at the time. Apparently the lightning struck two places, one corner of the house, and down through the roof and a bed, setting the mattress afire. The electricity magnetized the nails of the house and they all start ed out, making the walls bulge with them. The floors were a litter of broken china, scorched pictures, post cards, chairs, etc. A large picture of The Father of Our Country was among the few that were uninjured, although it was almost in the direct path of the bolt. Edwin Anderson 1 ut out the fire after working for two or three hours. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hill of Atlantic, Mass., have been entertain ing their sons, Mr. James Hill and Mr. Harold Hill, and some young la dies, Miss Erva Churchill and Miss Ouida Key of Wollaston over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ander son of Atlantic are also visiting them at the Hotel cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Colomb and family and Mr. William Diamond are spending the summer at Colomb Cot tage after a .successful theatrical tour of the Pacific coast. They have with them their famous trick dogs, Prince and Queenie, fox terriers." Mr. Col omb has recently purchased a new speed boat,' named Louise for his wife. It is a twenty-one foot. V bot tom craft. Details of engine, horse power, speed, etc., are withheld, for lie expects to enter the boat in some races. However, the family came from Boston to Portland in it in sev en hours, allowing for stops. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Glynn of West> Somerville are spending their nine teenth year on the island, in the Alls ton cottage. They are accompanied by Miss Lucy W. Glynn and guests. Miss Olive Whipple of Somerville, and Miss Margaret Simms of Roston. Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood of Cam bridge, Mass., are hisiting Mr. and .Mrs. G. H. Hamilton in the Hamil ion coiiage. The hotel management is now in the hands of Mrs. Katlierine George of Boston. Mr. P. W. Olonagle is at the Rockmere for a few days. The Saturday night hops will begin when the rest of the guests arrive. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Whitte moro of Framingham, Mass., and family, and Mrs. Ralph F. Dowey, al so of Framingham, are summering in the El Moro cottage. The party mo toied from Framingham to Portland after the heavy rains of last week. On the Biddeford-Portland detour Mr. Whittemore drove through mud and water to the huh several times, and skidded dangerously. Mrs. M. H. Macdonald and daugh ters, Alice and Marion, are spending the summer at the Crow's Nest. They have already done much enter taining. and expect to do more. Mrs. George Willis and daughter Fanny of Boston, entertained Mrs. Willis* son, Mr. Sumner Willis, over the week-end at Melrose Camp. Mrs. M. H. Kims of Melrose, Mass., has been spending a few days at the Elmhurat Cottage. Miss Mes senger has been her guest. Mr. Robert Frazer, Jr., Mr. Thom as Gamble, and Mr. Ralph Colpitts are spending some time in Cook's Shore Cottage with Miss Eliza J. Cook of Melrose. Mr. Alfred Fischer and his bride have been visiting the groom's moth er at the Hilltop Cottage. Mrs. Al fred Fischer is studying with Senor Coradette for grand opera. Miss Ardis Capron is spending July with the groom's mother. She is the daughter of the orchestra leader of the Mollis Street Theatre, Boston. Miss Stewart of Philadelphia Is back at the Highland Cottage. 8he is accompanied by her sister, Mrs. William E. 8tokea and her three small sons, Miss Mary I. Taylor, and Mrs. Nutt. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Underbill are at their recently purchased cottage, which was the "Elms," but Is to be named, "Rock Ledge." Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Chandler, daughter Kathryn and son Milton are spending the summer at the Log v^wmn. Mr. and Mr«. Fred 8mlth and daughters, MlHses Grace, Gladys and Bvelyn, and son Kenneth are occu pying Shepherd's lx>g Cabin, this season. Mr. and Mr«. H. F. Chamberlln and daughter are spending July In the White cottage. They entertained Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wllnon of Bos ton and Mr. T. H. Morton over tho Fourth. Mrs. A. H. Cunningham and fam ily have returned to the Birches. Mr. L, E. Muran, of Boston, Is spending a few days with his family. The family in occupying the Alpine cottage for the season. Mr. Muran j fnrfettod In fireworks before he cnme, | a fact which was greatly appreciated by all. » Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Chamberlain and sons, Junior and Irving are spending July In the Kingston cot tage. Miss Edith Kingston, a dancer of repute, accompanies her sister, Mrs. Chamberlain. Mr. Chamberlain announces to those interested that he weighs one hundred and forty five "net." Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, of Bos ton, and daughter, Mrs. Howard V. Knight, with grandaughter, Vivian, are spending July in the Bay View Cottage. Mr. Knight spent the week end with his wife, and several social events were arranged for his pleas ure. Mrs Knight is a singer of abil ity, being soloist'* of Dorchester Tem ple, Mass. Call for cottage furnishings at R. S. Davis Co., Portland.—Adv. Cousin's Island Hon. and Mrs. Winfield F. Prime of Boston have arrived at their sum mer home, the Avalon, for 'the season. With them are Mrs. Fontaine and Miss Evelyn Prime. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Neal of •Portland are among the summer resi-' dents now permanently located for the season. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hinckley and daughters, the Misses Helen and Mary Hinckley, of Boston, are at the ForusalK Rev. Gay C. White of the Pine St. Methodist church, Portland, deliv ered a very interesting and instruc tive talk to the Cadets and those of the Island who wished to attend at Camp Ingraham on Tuesday evening of last week. Donald and Harold Downing are at the Maplewood. Their parents, Mr. 1 and Mrs. L. G. Downing, are expected I to arrive during the week of July 4. The Shore Land Company have just completed another fine bungalow on their property here. T-is makes the twenty-second cottage or bungalow that has been built by this progres sive company. AUCOCISCO HOUSE CLIFF ISLAND HOTEL OPENED LAST WEEK BY MRS. K. B. BATCHELOR. j Outlook For Long Staying Guests j Better Than Ever. | The Aueocisco House at Cliff ! Island was opened last week Wed I nesday by Mrs. K. 13. Batchelor of I Baltimore, who has conducted it so I successfully for eigm years, or more. | The hotel has always been a most i popular resort for Southern families, | as well as a select contingent of New I Yorkers and some Massachusetts people. The thoroughly good table and unusually fine- situation of thin hotel give» it an advantage which makes for leadership in this section of the Bay. j Among the guests at present is j Mih'6 Dorothy F. C. Armstrong of Bal timore, who is a particular friend of Miss Mary Cary Batchelor and Mr. Kemp Batchelor. Miss Armstrong's brother, Mr. John S. Armstrong, Jr., is the youngest consul of the United j States, now at Bristol, England, where he represents also Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey. He is but 27 years of age and stands high in tl.e estimation of the consular otjicials of this country. Messrs. Francis and Hamilton Ciiadwick of Norfolk, Va., are registered for the season and are much pleased with the beautiful scenery about Cliff, the gem of the Bay. They are sons of Capt. F. L. Chadwick, who Is in charge of the U. S. magazine sia uon at. Kort NortolK. Williams Haynes, the author, and M!rs. Haynes (nee Betsy Batchelor) who are now settled at Northamp ton, Mass., among a colony of lit erary people, will not he at the island until quite late in the season. Mr. Haynes Is writing for five mag azines at present. Miss Mary Cary Batchelor is visiting there this month and is heing entertained with teas and house parties among the literary set. She will be at Cliff within a short time. Mrs. Batchelor has received many applications for late-staying guests and says that the outlook for this class of business is better than ever before in the history of the house. Approaching a Reform. "Has Crimson Gulch adopted pro hibition?" "No," replied Broncho Bob. "But It's on the way. So'o to bring It around gradual, the judge has made a rule that any man who draws a gun on another will have to quit drinking. You'll bo surprised to ses how nice and orderly the old place is gettln' to be" —Washington Star, Opinion Plainly Expressed. The rehearsal had not gone at all to please M,e stage director, who, at Itfl close, severely and unjustly criti cized the leading man. In conclusion he said: "Say, do you think I have been a stage director for fifteen years for nothing?" "1 can not say aa to that," answered the actor suavely, "but If you haven't, you have cheated the management." Usefulness In Growth. Michel Angfelo said: "The more tho marble wastes, the more the ctatue grows." It Is painful to see the chisel cut away the precious stone, but If grace and beauty follow, the process is worth while. Ma?y of our losses are only the chips of stone that must fall away before the Image 6f the Lord appqaro In human life.—The Watch man-Examiner. He Fixed It All fciflht. "Bud Benwlck!" she oxclalmed. "Aren't you ashamed of yourself no eat all that banana without offering at least part, of It to tho little girl?" Hud looked a bit uncomfortable, but after a moment's hesltatto? he answered: "It's all right, grandn.x; I said 'ex onse me.'" « ^ Our Complete Service for Amateur Photographers With a most complete assortment of the best makes of cam eras, reliable photographic supplies and expert .service, our Pho tographic Department is unusually well equipped to care for your needs. And our prices, too, afe far less than you will pay at other stores. We Cany the Following Standard Cameras BROWNIES—$1.00 to $10.00. ANSCOS—$1.80 to $4^.00. At 10% discount from list. PREMOS—10% discount from list $1.35 to $60.00 ENSIGN CAMERAS—$4.50 to $28.00. GOERZ CAMERAS. GRAFLEX CAMERAS— $35.00 to $200.00 AUTOGRAPHIC KODAKS— $6.00 to $60.00 Have Us Develop and Print Your Films The work is done by experts and we guarantee satisfaction. Notice oar moderate prices. DEVELOPING No. 1 Brownie Films . .2c a print No. 2 Brownie Films ...3c a print No. 2a, 3 and 3a Brownie Films .......4c a print 3%x5% Plates and Films4c a print 4x5 Plates and Films ..5c a print .5x7 Plates and Films 8c a print Printing Postal Cards 5c each PRINTING Any roll Any film pack Plates 10c each 20c each .3c each CTII lt/1 G, Kodak, Noil-Curling, Ansco, Vulcan ■ ■ ■— « ■ « and Ensign always in stock. Jn I ID DV r*r\ Congress, Oak . n. LIDDT UU. andFreeSts. LITTLE FIELD & CO. 109-111 Commercial S^., Portland Me. GROCERIES, MEATS AND PROVISIONS We have everything needed to supply the table and only quality goods are sold here. We cater for hotel, cottage and yacht patronage. Fruit and Berries. Oar location en ables us to attend to all island orders promptly.. RIGHT PRICES RIGHT SERVICE No one thing will give so much pleasure to so many people for so long a time at so little a cost as a Columbia Grafonola We carry a complete stock of all records catalogued, including the latest dance selections. Columbia Graphophone Co. S50 Congress St., Portland, Me. GRAFONOLA JEWEL, $35.00 For Your Summer Home The Famous Oornell Fibre Wall Board Better than Lath and Plaster, Triple Siz3d by the Original Cornell Fibre Sizing Proce3B. Making iu Thoroughly Moisture Proof. There is Nothing Better For Roofs Than GENASCO TRINIDAD LAKE ASPHALT ROOFING WRITE FOR SAMPLES C. M. rice: rarer comrany General Paper Dealers 8 To 16 Exchange Street Portland, Maine The Beeches CLIff ISLAND MRS. C. E. PETTINGILL Proprietor Kvery amusement for guests. The air of the sea braces ap petite. Yachting, Bathing and Fishing. Liundry Agents Orders taken for Lobsters nnci Fish Telephone 601-605 THE C.T. SWETT COMPANY Provisions rs Wholesalers And Retailers of Mot:®I, Yacht A Shipping Supplies Fancy Game In Season, Broilers, Squab, Capon, and Ducklings Milk and Cream From Private Dairy Hi ad of Portland Pier Ferry Wharf 130-132 COMMERCIAL ST. PORTLAND, MAINE WE HAKE A SPECIALTY OF Souvenir Spoons, Brooches, Novelties, etc. GEO. T. SPRINGER Watohaa, Diamonds, Jtwilry, Bllv«rwf«r* 515 Congress St., Portland, Me. Battleship hats are declared for cer tain reasons to be the latest style for women. There was a time when there seemed to be a foundation for the submarine type, but at the present the dreadnaught style seems to carry the mass of fashion, 1 'Phone 902 CENTRAL GARAGE STOUGHTON FOLKINS CO. Servlcs Station for all Makes of Cars AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE 88 Oak St. Portland, Me. Motor Boats for Sale Stanley Marine Motors I'orfpx Watorproof inanition, nupplio?, re pairing, overhauling. Cla«iolene for sale. WM. H. ROHR, 14 Commercial Wharf PORTLAND Telephone