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Identifier: mainecentraljour04main
Title: The Maine central. A journal of travel
Year: 1800 (1800s)
Authors: Maine Central Railroad Company
Subjects: Maine -- Description and travel
Publisher: Portland, Me., S. C. Manley [etc.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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ainable by writing the pro-prietors at their home office, Poland Spring, So. Poland, Maine. This house has long been recognized as the leading resort hotel,not only of Maine, but of the United States, and the perfection ofits equipment and unlimited variety of entertainment of everynature have created for it a patronage than which there is nobetter to be had. GOLF at Poland Spring is this year destined to be more popular thanever. The links have been made much better — new bunkers havebeen built—several carloads of wood ashes have been laid over theturf and it is now pronounced by experts to be THE BEST HOTEL GOLF COURSEIN NEW ENGLAND ^ ^ ^ j^ ^ j^ For announcements, circulars, time tables and any information, addressor call at any of the below addresses. HIRAM RICKER & SONS, incorp., Poland Spring, So. Poland, Maine, or .M M Poland Water Depots ^ ^ %^T ♦ # TW ♦ fw ##WW# w w WW m 1^ NEW YORK: 3 Park Place. BOSTON: J75 Devonshire St. PHILADELPHIA: J7IJ Chestnut Square. W y^

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THE MAINE CENTRAL. 171 ppescoft P6ppit6pe ©o., ■i^ -^ ^-G. B. FreELAND, Proprietor. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ^Furniture, Feathers, Hattresses, Upholstery Qoods, Mirrors, Spring Beds, Etc. CHTV^P F=URINITURe K SPECIHI-TV. . . . . ■ BANGOR, ME. Nos. 24 and 26 Central Street, ESTABLISHED 1B17. RICE & MILLER, 28 Broad Street, BANGOR, MAINE. \)Ol^ole?>ale F^apdwape. Headquarters for Doors, cles.Mantels. Agents f r Atas Powder and D>n(imite.The safest and most reliable High hxplosi\ e on theHarket. Safety huse and Blasting Powder. LARGEST Line of bicycles in the City.SPORTING (iOODS—ALL KINDS. MQM3E & m.- 1 umber. Doors. Interior and Exter-ior Finish. Wood Mantels. Sash.Blinds. Art Tilings. ] Bank, Store and BuildersHardware. Office Fittings. VALLEY AVENUE, TELEPHONE 230-2.

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bookid:mainecentraljour04main bookyear:1800 bookdecade:1800 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:Maine_Central_Railroad_Company booksubject:Maine____Description_and_travel bookpublisher:Portland__Me___S__C__Manley__etc_ bookcontributor:The_Library_of_Congress booksponsor:Sloan_Foundation bookleafnumber:191 bookcollection:library_of_congress bookcollection:americana

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