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APPLETON 
REGISTER 




1903-=^ 



Containing History, 

Date of Birth of, ral Residents, 

Deaths. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

ISSUED BY 

HARRY C. PEASE 



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I ROCKLAND HARDWi 
I COMPANir. 

i Stoves i Hardwai 

S^jK ^ '! 

I Field, Garden and Flower Sf 

i BICYCIX" REPAIR! r 



Shccc IroA, Tin and Copper 
Work, Stencil Work — Lime 
Brands a Specialty. Locks 
Repaired and Keys Fitted. 



Plows and Impkmei 

AGENTS FOR 

PRAIRIE STATE INCUBATC 

Large Stock and Lowest Prices, i 



m 441-443 Main street, ROCKLAND, 



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WHEN IN ROCKLAND 
LOOK FOR THE' 



White Front* 



Appleton Register, 1903. 



The following is an alphabetical list of the date of birth of each 
resident of the town of Appleton, taken in February, 1903, and is be- 
lieved to be quite correct. The capital letter following indicates the 
P. O. address: A Appleton, N A North Appleton, W A West 
Appleton, B Burkettville, E Elmwood. 





A 








Ames, 


Mary A (Whitmore 


19 Aug. 


34 


A 


Ames, 


George A 


10 Mar. 


58 


A 




Mary A (Gushee 


24 Oct. 


69 






Alvah E 


7 Jan. 


89 






Lulie A 


9 Feb. 


92 






Mark 


17 May 


99 




Ames, 


Joseph A 


9 July 


60 


A 




Cora E (Lovett 


25 Feb. 


05 






Winnie E 


31 Mar. 


85 






Clarence J 


15 Dec. 


86 




Annis, 


Linda A 


27 Sept. 


42 


A 


Arring 


ton, William B 


28 Aug. 


72 


A 


Alden, 


Frank E 

B 


25 June 


88 


A 


Butler, 


Edgar L 


12 Feb, 


5; 


E 




Harriet B (Drake 


4 Oct. 


49 






Leslie 


27 June 


90 





The $18 Qiant Black Suits for $15 at Levi Seavey's 



I QUI Qg^UQU the largest stock of boots and SHOES 
LCll ObdlCy; IN KNOX CO., "Trade Center," Thomaston 



iFOOTHirKAB 



A Large Reliable Stock at Reasonable Prices. 

After many yeai's experience we have been able to select some 

very strong lines of footwear, which we are selling at very 

reasonable nrices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Our Lead Lines are 

FOR womEK — --"^p-'s^p^ 

The Revelation, $3.00 The Vicerine, $2.50 

. . . The Doris, $2.00, The Try Me, $2.00 

The Bernalda, $1.30 
FOR fABfi — <'^^ — ^ 

Keith's Konquerer, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 
The Franklin Shoes, $2.00 and $2.30. 

WH N IN THE CITY CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK! 



WENTVVORTH & CO., ^%^?^''^Fk^.i^r^ 

H. H. CRIE ESTABT.TSHED 1860 R. ANSON CRIE 

H. H. CRIE, & CO. 
HARDWARE, 



Dealers In 



Qoods for Blacksmiths, Machinists, Quarrymen, 
Fishermen, Painters, Sportsmen, Sea- 
men, Farmers, Ship, Boat, Carriage 
and House Builders : : : : 



456 MAIN STRF.F.T, 
ROCKLAND, MAINE.. 



MAYO, ROSE 6: HAYO, ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS 

.^■^— ^iB^i^ Vv'iiiTE Fkojst Rockland 



ii^,x^-^S&o ^ Mayo, Rose & Mayoo* 

Clotlies ^t ROUKLAND, MAINE. 



5 


Butler, Levi W 


3 Nov. 


50 


E 


Emily J (Walker 


28 June 


53 




Alton L 


9 Nov. 


72 




Berni.ce 


18 June 


94 




Bryant, Frank W 


27 Apr. 


76 


A 


Butler, Eugene 


23 Veh. 


52 


A 


Estelle A (Thompson 


5 Mar. 


67 




Guy E 


12 Jan. 


77 




Lula M 


22 Jan. 


89 




Brown, Henry 


26 Oct. 


26 


A 


Martha (Wellman 


9 Oct. 


27 




Fred H 


14 Nov. 


61 




Bean, Nancy ( A^alker 


I Jan. 


35 


A 


Lucy M 


3 Mar. 


6S 




Will W 


23 July 69 




Brown, William 


2$ June 


47 ■ 


NA 


Brown, Willard M 


2 June 


63 


A 


Cora (Bills 


27 Mar. 


69 




Maynard 


21 May 


91 




Henry 


26 July 


99 




Bean, Andrew W 


20 Sept. 


72 


A 


Cora (Wadsworth 


26 Mar. 


77 




Marguerite, 


17 Mar. 


97 




Merle 


21 Jan. 


99 




J Franklin 


9 Mar. 


01 




Josephine L 


17 Nov. 


02 





The 5'i2.oo Qiant Black Suits for $10.00 at . . . 

XjC* *7-± jS0a<T7'077"'jS, "TRADE CENTER," THOmASTON 



The Latest Styles in i rr, 



HATS and CAPS laGVl SeatTey'sS 

W. H. KITTI^EDGE, 

PHARHACIST^- 

THE BEST PLACE TO BUY 

Drugs, Medicines, 
Perfumes, Fancy 
Goods, Chemicals, 

Sponges, Brushes, 
Etc. 



Y 



Prescriptions Compounded from 
The Best. 



300 main Street, ^f\ 11 ^ nn 

Telephone F?0<^^lSind, jVIS^ 



inn|/FORTiiE HS^M AT MAYO, ROSE & MAYO 

LUU^ LITTLE LABEL "lOiCXmi RnnKT.Aivn matnth^. 



ROCKLAND. MAINE. 



HART, SCHAFFNER& MARX Mayo, Rosc & Mayo 

CLOTHiES MAY BE HAD OF ROCKLAND, ME. 



7 


Bills, Charles A 

Julia (Went worth 


28 Apr. 
10 Jan. 


50 A 

74 


Boggs, Clara A 

Alexander F 
Bradbury B 


23 July 
21 Nov. 
13 Sept. 


53 
54 
59 WA 


Blake, Dora H (Hart 
Margie B 
Clarence O 


19 Aug. 

27 Feb. 

4 Apr. 


6-] B 
91 

97 


Boynton, Vera M 


14 May 


95 


Burkett, Alfred K 


27 Aug. 


32 B 


Burkett, Frank J 

Mary F (Kalloch 
Martha H 


14 Nov, 
19 Aug. 
29 May 


57 B 

64 

98 


Bartlett, Silas O 

Lois A (Robinson 


I Feb. 
31 Mar. 


32 WA 

44 


Bartlett, Colby R 

Edith A (Webber 
Ray W 


24 Mar. 

9 May 

22 June 


68 WA 

68 

95 


Boynton, Clarissa (Fish 
Amos F 


12 Sept. 
30 July 


29 

51 B 


Burkett, Miles 

Vesta (Sukeforth 


27 May 
7 Aug. 


34 B 

55 


Burkett, Hamlin 

Mary E (Fossett 


2 Aug. 
16 July 


38 B 
40 



Children's Suits at $1.30 to $8.00, at 

Xjo-c^i S6<5«».Tro-5r's(, TRADE OllNTER, THOMASTON 



HUM^ snOf^FOR MEN AT L^y, 3Efly£Y'S 

-^^^.OO^- "TRADE CEI^rER" Thoinaston 



CarO "TO 

Lottie P. Young, 

. . . FOR UP-TO-DATE . . , 

Millinery, Fancy Goods, 

Underwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Etc. 
AVPLETON, UK. 



HAVE you TRIED 



Bady Giant Family Piiis Yet ? 

If Not, and Troubled with 

Dyspepsia, Headache, Constipation 

or kindred Ddisease, ask your dealer for them, and read what Mrs- 

C, E. Burpee says : 
BABY GIANT MEDICINE nO., 

CtENTi.emen :-I have suffered for years with Salt Rheuiu, and have 
employed the best docrtors in this country and Europe, and also tried 
every medicine I could hear of, but the horrible itching and breaking 
out became worse from day to day, until I had given up ho -e of being 
cured. 

A neighbor advised me to try Babt Giant Family" Pills, which I 
did, and to my great surprise, I began to be better, and now am entirely 
cared and would no' be without a bottle of Baby Giants in the house, 
and write this hoping someone similarly affect(>d may know of this rem- 
edy. 

MRS. C. E BURPEE. 

Rockland Highlands, Sept. 19, 1902. 



?TA?Dst.r;. Hart, Schatfner & IVIarx Ciotiies 



We Fit Tall Men at 



MA TO, ROSE & MAYO'S 



-I=«.ocl3s.l^,ixci, lVC^,lxxo 



Carkin, Frank E 

Carleton, Freeman 

Clark, Jeremiah 

Clark, John L 

Emma G (Philbrook 
Bryan M 
Harold E 

Currier, Oren W 

Mary E (Richardson 

Chaples, Winfield S 

Julia M (Pitman 
Claribel 

Counce, Frances B (Thomas 
Abbie 

Conant, Clarence 

Conant, Seth B 

Ellen (Wentworth 

Conant, John 

Ada M (Ripley 

Collamore, Uriah 

Cummings, Henry 

Sylvea C (Simmons 

Cummings, Delmore R 

Carrie L (McGuire 



29 Dec. 


51 


A 


2 Aug. 


71 


E 


6 June 


29 


E 


29 June 

24 Feb. 

22 July ( 

I Jan. 


72 
78 

DO 
02 


E 


19 May 
30 June 


61 

58 


A 


16 Feb. 52 

10 May 52 

7 May 98 


A 


12 Aug. 
I July 


19 

39 


A 


30 Mar. 


83 


A 


18 Oct. 
29 May 


44 

53 


NA 


10 Feb. 


47 


NA 


2 I June 


50 




18 Jan. 


42 


NA 


18 Jan. 
19 Nov. 


36 
30 


A 


22 Aug. 


66 


A 


10 Nov. 


77 





They Keep No Old Stock at LEVI SEAVEY'S, 

TRADE CENTER, THOMASTON. 



Genuine Snag Proof Hubber Boots at . . • 
LiHVl SEAVEV'S -Tradk Ckntkr" THOMASTON 



10 



FOH . . . 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, 

SHOES AND RUBBERS, GRAIN, 
FLOUR AND FEED 
CO TO ' 

H. G. PSASEI dg SON^ 

Agents Monarch Mixed Paints, Pratt's and Dr. 
Hess Stock and Poultry Food. 

LAKQI. VARIILTY KITCHILN 
FURNISHINGS AT LOW PRICES 

TELEP ONE 

GO TO 

S J. QUSHEE, 

. . IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL . . 

:REAL ESTATE:--^ 

lie is always ready to buy or sell 

Farms op Iiamber band. 

Cash paid on all purchases, and easy terms given on all sales. If you 

want lumber, of any kind, delivered on short notice write him, 

or talk with him once. 



N. E. Tklephone. APPI.ETON, ME 



Mayo. Bose «£ Mayo 

SIGN OF THE "Wlxlto DP'roixt ROCKLAND. ME 



We Fit Big Men to Clothes a ^ MAYO, ROSE & MAYORS 

5=«OOl5LlaiXCl, 3VEA.XZXO 



11 


Cummings, Gwendolyn M 


6 July 


95 




C'jmmings, David 


29 June 


40 


A 


Susan (Robbins 


28 Oct. 


40 




Cunningham, Emily (Newbert 


18 Jan. 


35 


E 


Collins, Osgood B 


2 Oct. 


47 


B 


Mary A (Boynton 


29 Jan, 


61 




Alton N 


I Dec. 


74 




Angie S 


6 Nov. 


81 




Gertrude L 


3 July 84 




Andrew A 


28 June 


^6 




Dwight M 


18 June 


88 




Howard O 


23 May 


94 




Collins, Fred S 


4 Aug. 


51 


A 


Althea H (Dodge 


16 May 64 




Sadie A 


27 Sept. 


83 




Hattie I 


28 Jan. 


85 




R. Hazel 


13 Oct. 


91 




William 


22 May 


99 




Counce, Will S 


6 Feb. 


78 


A 


Chaples, Edna E (Bean 


3 June 


74 


A 


Cunningham, Marcellus 


8 Aug, 


57 


B 


Elvina C (Fish 


20 Sept. 


58 




Nellie M 


25 May 


86 




Rosetta 


28 Mar, 


90 




John W 


7 Mar. 


92 




Ada L 


6 July 


93 





Everybody Enjoys Trading with LEVI SEAVEY 

—TRADE CENTER— — THOMASTON, ME.— 



Patrician Boots and Shoes for Women $3.50 at 

"TR-ADE CENTER" LILVI SEAVE-Y'S TIIOMASION 



12 



E.J.CLIFTON JOHN A K\RL 

Clifton & Karl. 

HOUSE, SHIP, AND SIGN PAINTERS 

DEALERS IN 

Paints^ Oils, Varnishes 
Arad ©lass. 

Agent for John W. Vlangs Paint 



277 Main Street, Rockland, Me 

Established 1863 Incorporated 1893 

W. H. Glover Co., 

CONTRACTORS 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of 

Lumber, Doors Sashes, Blinds, Glazed Windows* 

Stair Stock, Mouldings, Brick, Sand, Hair,Ves- 

sels' Blocks, Pumps, Qalvanized Goods, Etc. 

PLANING, SAWINJ, TU NiN3, M ULOING AND ALL KINDS 
. . OF IVIILL WORK . . 



451 and 453 Main St., 18 Sea St., ROCKLAND, ME 

One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters 

MAYO, ROSK & MAVO, Rockland, 



- - MAYO, ROSE. £r MAYO, - - 

SELL Hart, Schaffner Sc iVIarx CLOTHES 



13 








Calph, Esther (Hibbard 


1 1 Dec. 


34 


B 


Calph, Hamlin A 


5 Jan. 


72 


B 


Myra B (Sukeforth 


1 8 Feb. 


77 




Clarry, Silas W 


15 Oct. 


49 


B 


CoraG (Hills 


7 Nov. 


64 




Ina May 


22 May 


85 




Clark, George A 


24 Sept. 


57 


B 


Coose, Laura 


16 Apr. 


81 


A 


D 








Davis, Addison R 


12 July 


32 


A 


Lois K (Cooper 


21 Apr. 


28 




Addie E 


12 Mar. 


67 




Dyer, Elden 


26 July 


66 


A 


Minnie L (Butler 


17 Mar. 


83 




Ethel R 


14 Jan. 


03 




Davidson, Fred L 


28 Oct. 


55 


A 


Blanche M (Butler 


17 Sept. 


70 




Dunton, Roseltha (Arnold 


26 Sept. 


31 


A 


Dyer, Uriah N 


II Mar. 


49 


NA 


Anna (Farr 


16 Mar. 


76 




Dunton, George 


2 Apr. 


55 


NA 


Elsie J (Perry 


24 Dec. 


56 




Jennie E 


I Jan. 


84 




Susie D 


10 Jan. 


85 




lone L 


14 Oct. 


88 




Annie F 


6 May 


91 




Mark E 


30 Apr. 


93 




Bessie E 


28 Oct. 


95 





1902 Our Largest Business on Record . . 
Li:VI SILAVLY, "Trade Center," Thomaston 



Qiant Black Suits are warranted at Levi Seavey's 

^^^^^^ 14 ^ 

Boston Clothing Store 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Clothing, H^its, Caps, 

Furnishing Goods. 

A, C. PHILBRICK, Prop. 

365 Main Street, ROCKLAND, ME 

Simmons, White <& Co., 

Dealers in All Kinds of . . 

MEAT5 and GROCERIES, 

CANDIES, FANCY CRACKERS 
AND PASTRY. 

Party Orders A Specialty. 

Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended. 

Tillson's Wharf, and 349 Main St., 
ROCKLAND, ME. 

Ask your Friends about the H S & M Glotiies ! 



WE SELL FOR CASH THAT 
MEANS THE LOWEST PRICES 
"trade center, "'thomaston. 



^ LEVI SEAYEY 



BOSTON SHOE STORE 

THE CLEANEST LINE OF UP-TO-DATE 

FOOTOlEfll^ 



IN THE, COUNTY. LOW PRICES 

As a Result of Spot Cash Sales and Advantageous Buying. 
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 



Boston Shoe Store, 

ST. NICHOLAS BLD. Foot of Park St., ROCKLAND, ME. 



FRANK B. MILLER, 

Attorney at Law 



g 



Formerly Register of Deeds for Knox County. 

Real Estate Law a Specialty. Titles Examined and 
Abstracts Made. Probate Practice Solicited. 



Collections Promptly Made. Mortgage Loans Negotiated 

OFFICE, 427 MAIN STREET 

Over Limerock National Bank, ROCKLAND, ME. 



Mayo, Rose & Mayo, 



ROCKLAND, SELL H. S. & M. 

Hand Made Clothes. 



( MAYO, ROSE £r MAYO, . . Rockland, majne 

m^^wvtmr^ JSlgix of ■Mi© TTVla-ito DB'i'Oia.-t 

SAMUEL n.VEAZIE, 



STOVES, FURNACES, 

HARDWARE, 

CUTLERY, 

PUMPS Etc, 

mmm 

. A FULL LIME OF . 

PAINTS AND OILS 



lJH^wj"^J'-MJ-*««gitg^.S g >**'W-' Wiiki tM m 9W¥n»Wi 



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419 MAIN STRfLET, 
ROCKLAND, MAINL. 



BLST CLUTHlNCj 't^ ikade cen^iEr. 



Boy's Clothes at MAYO, ROSE & MAYO, 
: : Kockland, Maine : : 
15 

Davis, Judson 4 June 53 A 

Ruth A (Wiley 5 June 38 

Daniels, Frances 8 Oct. 48 A 

Day, Elmira (Robbins ID May 24 B 

Dixon, James H 20 Sept. 34 NA 

Day, Thelbert H 8 Dec. 60 B 

Lizzette, M (Miller 6 Apr. 62 

Jessie L 14 Mar, 86 

Josie E 19 Sept, 91 

George W 22 May 98 

Dow, Alexander M 22 Aug. 61 B 

Edith M (Burkett " 2 July 53 

E 

Edgecomb, Almeda M (Newbert 7 Dec. 44 A 
Herbert 24 June 84 

Edgecomb, J Frank 5 Apr. 6^ A 

Mary E (Richards 25 Mar. 70 

Harry C 17 Aug. 90 

Hermon E 17 Aug, 90 

Edgecomb, Fred E i Feb. 65 A 

Edgecomb, Alfred 9 Dec. 6y NA 

Edgecomb, Charles 6 Oct, 72 

Martha W (CoUamore 25 Oct. 80 B 

Leland F 1 1 June 98 

Alice A , 5 Feb. 01 

You Want our Goods — We Want Your Business 
Trade Center, LEVI SEAVEY'S Thomaston 



You Want our Goods — We Want Your Business 
Trade Center, LEVI SEAVEY^S Thomaston 



16 



THERE IS NOT A ^ ^ 



< TEA y 

ON THE MAEKET THAT 
EQUALS OUR 

"SUNBEAM CHOP" 



Packed in 1-2 lb. Packages 
COBB, WIGHT & CO., 

Importers and Packers, 



Mayo. B ose & Mayo 

SIGN OF THE 'V^ll.lto 3B'roia.t ROCKLAND. ME 



One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters 

MAYO, ROSE & MAYO, Rockland. 



17 


Edgecoi 


lib, Edrick D 


30 Aug. 


69 


A 




Lizzie J (Simmons 


18 Mar. 


75 






Edrick D Jr 


25 Nov. 


93 






Roland M 


5 Aug. 


01 




Esancy, 


Angie 


26 Aug. 


72 


A 


Erskine, 


Mabel N (Simmons 


30 Dec. 


63 


A 


Esancy, 


David 


9 May 


80 


A 




Edna M (Ripley 


27 Aug. 


80 






Linwood M 


3 Feb. 


02 




Esancy, 


Frank J 


4 Feb. 


59 


B 




Susie F (Millay 


6 Apr. 


75 






Walter F 


1 1 Nov. 


90 






Wilbur G 


24 Oct. 


93 






Annie L 


2 Jan. 


96 






Robert L 


27 Jan. 


00 






Wesley, A 


12 Apr. 


01 






Ida 


28 Oct. 


02 




Esancy, 


Herbert 

F 


14 May 


74 


B 


Fish, A 


mbrose E 


1 1 June 


51 


A 


Lois (McCorrison 


6 Feb. 


56 




Clarence 


24 Nov. 


89 




Fish, Je 


fferson 


5 Jan. 


28 


E 


Ei 


nma (Cunningham 


25 Jan. 


50 




Everett 


8 Apr. 


76 




Fish, Arthur D 


12 June 


74 


E 


U 


inora (Lewis 


30 Aug. 


67 





The $18 Qiant Black Suits for $15 at Levi Seavey's 



Boardman Boots for Women $2.00 
LILVI SI:AVE.Y, "Trade Center," Thomaston 

HEADQUARTERS FOR . . . 

GRAIN OF ALL KINDS 

PIou? and £*eed^ 

COAL, WOOD, HAY, 

CEMENT, DRAIN PIPE, 

ETC. 



No. 5 Park Street, Rockland, Me* 

23 OAK ST., ROCKLAND, ME. 



Surgeon - Physician - and - Obstitrilian 

OFFICE HOURS:— 7 to 9 a. m. 12 to i and 4 to 7 p. m. 
Jg^^Night Calls Promptly Attended to 

Telephone 320 

Boy's Clothes at MAYO, KOSE. & MAYO, 
: : Rockland, Maine : : 



MAYO, ROSE & riAYO, ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS 

1 White Front Rockland 



19 



Fuller, Albert 2 Oct. 14 E 
Kate 

Fuller, Sarah (Lincoln 26 Mar. 26 A 

Fuller, James C 28 Nov. 64 A 

Callie (Lassell 18 Mar. 6-] 

Hayden Z 18 Oct. 96 

Fowles, Lucy A (Herrick 8 Oct. 30 W A 

Fuller, Albert A 10 Apr. 50 NA 

Mary F. (Mossman 3 Oct. 58 

Aubury L 9 Sept. 85 

Maud S 29 July 91 

Fuller, Lizzie M 11 June 56 NA 

Fuller, Elizabeth J 26 Sept. 29 WA 

Fletcher, Harris 21 Oct. 43 A 

Martha (WcUman 70 July 52 

Flanders, Earl S 19 July 90 

Fuller, Laura A (Brown 5 Jan. 30 

Lavelos A 30 Sept. 60 WA 

Fuller, Charles A 14 June 63 WA 

Olney W 1 1 Mar. 92 

Onie J 3 May 94 

Gladys M 2Q Nov. 95 

Fowles, Minnie M 30 Sept. 85 

Fogg, Benj W 3 Apr. 28 WA 

Addie F (Bucklin 24 Apr. 48 

Harry A 16 Sept. %6 

HUMANIC SHOES FOR MEN AT LEVI SEAVFY'S 

-^^-fls.OO-r- "TRADE CENTER" Thomaston 



Genuine Snag Proof f^ubbep Bootr at . . . 
LiEVi SERVE Y'S "Trade Ckxti.r" TIIOMASTON 



20 



Do You Drink ? 

WHY NOT DRINK THE BEST ! 

OUE TEAS -_A^ COFFEES 

Are of the Highest Grade and Flavor. Our Coffees are Fresh 

Roasted Every Day, and ground when ordered. The Largest 

Line of Useful and Ornamental Premiums ever offered by any 

TEA HOUSE LM NEW ENGLAND. 

It^^'Wiite to-day for full price list and catal(.gue=^$g( 

Crockery, Glass, Agate and Tinware in Greatest Variety and 

Lowsst Price. 

SCOTT & COMPANY, 

334 MAIN STREET, Opposite Thorndike House 

Established 1884 Telephone 437-3 

FINE TAILORtNQ 

Clolliing CIsaossd, Pressed. Dyed and Repaired 

/*. iJIORAJV, 



ROOMS OVER POOLER'S DRUG STORE. 

Opi)Osite Ikirpee P^urniture Rooms, ROCKLAND, ME 



Mayo, Rose & Mayo, '"'^^'^tZ, nTde aoXs. 



- - MAYO, ROSE. £r MAYO, - - 

SELT^ Hart. Schnffa^^r & IVIarx CLOXHP.S 





21 








Fogg, George F 




6 Feb. 


62 WA 


Cora S (Plaisted 




I Sept. 


65 




Fred F 




25 Oct. 


90 




Don H 


• 


16 Jan. 


93 




Leroy A 




29 Mar. 


95 




Carl P 




29 Oct. 


97 




Fowles, Beatrice F 




7 Nov. 


94 




Fish, Flbridge C 




27 Feb. 


57 


B 


Susie M (Turner 




I May 


73 




Fish, Elisha C 




13 Feb. 


47 


B 


Cora (Ramsdell 




18 Dec. 


69 




Oscar 




8 Oct. 


86 




Nina B 


G 


12 Nov. 


89 




Gushee, Frances M (Bickford 


8 Oct. 


44 


A 


Fannie M 




20 Feb. 


70 




Edith H 




24 July 


79 




Gushee, Stephen J 




1 1 May 


43 


A 


Alvina A (Frohock 


30 Apr. 


40 




Gould, Nelson 




7 June 


27 


A 


Grant, Fred E 




23 May 


54 


A 


Isabelle N (McC 


orrison 


9 Nov. 


56 




Reuben P 




3 Dec. 


80 





The Latest Styles in 

HATS and CAPS ^^ LfCvi SeavG^^s 



Many New Customers in 1902 

LEVI SI.AVE,Y, 'Trade Center," Thomaston 



22 



A riAN WHO PAINTS 

WITH DERBY PAINTS 

Will enjoy the work he does, and will give satisfac- 
tion to the one for whom he does the painting. 

For Inside or Outside Work. All ready 
for use. The paint will hold its color ; the 
surface will remain smooth, and will not 
peel or crack in sun or rain. We also have 
a large stock of Spencer Kellogg Pure Lin- 
seed Oil continually on hand. We can 
give you extremely low prices on Derby 
Paint in large lots for outside use. 

Haskell & "WMtten. TJnion, Mle 

W. J. COAKLEY, 

APOTHECARY * 

RHD 

Specialist on Reasonable Prices. 

The Thorndike Hotel is directly 
opposite our Store. 

KOCKLAND, MAINE. 

iiART,scHAFFNER&MARx Mayo, Rosc & Mayo 

CLOTHES MAY BE HAD OF ROOKT.AND. ME. 



Pnni FR'^ • • • CATHARTIC LIVILK PILLS 

i UULLII U Reliable and (Jertain, Vegetable, without pain or griping 



1 23 


Gushee, 


Albert C 


27 May 56 


A 




Adella S (Gushee 


25 Oct. 


61 






Carrie L 


20 Nov. 


81 






Joseph B 


5 Sei-. 


-7 






Olive A 


10 Jan. 


91 




' 


T Fred 


19 June 


93 






D Almond 


21 Jan. 


96 






Marguerite M 


29 Jan. 


99 




Gushee, 


Lindley M 


24 June 


52 


A 




Helen J (Sherman 


20 Dec. 


67 






Grace L 


2-^ May 


91 






Harry N 


I July 


92 






Rosa C 


- 2 July 


97 




Gushee, 


Emeline A (Hilton 


4 Aug. 


46 


A 


Gushee, 


Ulysses S 


15 May 64 


A 




May W (House 


17 Sept. 


69 






Goldie G 


9 Apr. 


93 






Irene S 


12 Feb. 


99 




Graham 


, Olive (Brailey 


17 Jam 


13 




Graham 


, Charles W 


21 Aug. 


46 


A 




Mary L (Bean 


24 Jan. 


67 






Hazel B 


23 Aug. 


90 






Olive M 


4 May 


92 






William H 


1 1 Feb. 


96 




• 


Lillian N 


1 1 Feb. 


96 






Charles L 


25 Dec. 


97 






Edna L 


I Dec. 


00 





DR. T. E, TIBBE.TTS, DENTIST, 

. Teeth L^xtracted Without Pain . 



Franklin Shoe for Men, $2.00 _^ 

LEVI SEAVEY, "Trade CenTer," Thomaston 



24 



Union flutual Life 
Insurance Co., 

PORTLiR^ID, MAJNH. 

Incorporated in 1848 

EXTRACTS FROM DIRECTOR'S REPORT OF 
BUSINESS FOR THE YEAR 1902. 

Comparing the figures for Dec, 31, 1893, with the standing on Dec. 31, 

1902, the period covered by the present administration, there appears 

these Nine Year Increases. 

Gain in Insurance in Force, 

17,514 Policies, $18,204,209 Insurance 

Gain in Assets, $3,181,218.11. 

• Gain in Surplus, $458,687.79. 

Growth of Annual Income, $982,780.73 

Gain in Insurance in P'orce in Maine, 

6,612 Policies $6,547,859 Insurance 

"The item of Dividends has shown a conservative increase within 
the period covered by the foregoing figures. 

"Thirty Death Claims which accrued under the benefits of the 
Maine Non-Forfeiture Law were paid in 1902, the amount of the In- 
surance being $38,485.31." 

Total payments under the Maine Law, 481 claims^ 
representing in Insurance, $950,242.34. 



PARKER J. PAGE, Hanager, 
ROCKLAND, MAINE 

I fldK ^°^ ^'"- iTSAM AT"mAYO, ROSE & MAYO 

LUUR i.iTTI.E I,AI;EI IIiO.OCIIIi roCKLAND. MAtnE- 



FOOILER'S Headaclie Remedy 



25 


Gurney, John 


30 Jan. 


34 


A 


Julia D (Collins 


31 May 


41 




Gushee, Jesse L 


30 June 


66 


A 


Grace B (Pease • 


24 Jan. 


78 




Robert A 


30 Mar. 


98 




Roland 


13 Nov. 


99 




Ava L 


3 June 


01 




Gushee, George W 


22 Feb. 


53 


A 


Mary E (Hardenbrook 


I May 


63 




Bessie A 


10 Oct. 


85 




Ermina A 


31 Mar. 


88 




D Maxcy 


4 Oct. 


90 




Frank H 


27 Aug. 


93 




John D 


22 Apr. 


96 




Edwin M 


17 Feb. 


99 




Lawrence A 


12 Oct. 


02 




Grover, Martha (Trask 


3 Mar. 


08 




Glidden, Horace W 


2 Apr. 


31 WA 


Cclette A (Glidden 


25 May 


47 




Grinnell, George 


4 Feb. 


42 


B 


Lucinda (Grinnell 


22 Mar. 


58 




Mamie 


12 May 83 




Charlie 


17 Sept. 


85 




Carrie 


2 Jan. 


89 




Harry H 


27 Nov. 


90 




Annie 


31 July 


93 




Goldie 


31 Aug. 


95 




Edwin B 


29 Apr. 


97 




Jesse 


15 Nov. 


00 




OO '^^-^ mrtmrmsmm^ 









TIBBETTS, FOR DENTAL WORK 



WE SELL FOR CASH THAT 
MEANS THE LOW 
"trade center," tromaston. 



■~f #*- LEV! SEAVEY 



26 



FOLLANSBEE & WOOD, 

HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF 

Dry Goods and Ladies' Furoisliings 

Reliable Goods at Low Prices. 

We Give the Popular Blue Trading Stamps with All Cash Trade. 



Masonic Temple, CAMDEN, ME. 



IF YOU WANT. 

|PUf{E DHOGSI 

AT THE RIGHT PRICES 

. . . . TRADE AT 

Boynton^s Pharmacy. 

CAMDEN, MAINE. 



Ask your Friends abcut t!ie H S & M Glotlies ! 



FOOLER'S Broil cliial Pastiles 

Will Relievo Bronchial Iri-i.ation, Sore Throat, Cou^yhs, Etc. 
27 

H 

Hawkes, Charlotte (Norton 13 Apr. 27 A 

Hart, Joel S 28 Dec. 41 E 

Julia (Clark i July 35 

Heal, Horace 18 Oct. 44 A 

Ernest lO June 85 

Hall, Frank S 21 Feb. 47 A 

Erneline (Linnekin 25 Nov. 43 

Stella L 10 June 95 

Hart, Starling 2J Feb. 79 A 

Nina (Campbell 24 Aug, 80 

Josephine M 1 1 Aug. 00 

Olivia D 17 Sept. C2 

Hanley, Michael F 28 Aug. 22 A 

Mary E (Sullivan 3 Mar. 37 

Harding, Alex M 4 July 31 A 

Elvira A (Prescott 14 Nov. 40 

Hanley, Benj S 

Hall, John J 25 Oct. 36 NA 

Hiram 9 Dec, 48 

Hall, George L 2 Sept. 39 NA 

Lizzie 23 Feb. 40 

Frances lO Sept. 79 

Hall, Isaac F 26 Dec. 65 NA 

Myra S (Wentworth 30 July 69 

Freedom L 18 Sept. 90 

Irving G 20 July 93 

Hall, William C 17 Jan. 69 NA 

Annie M (Wentworth 29 Oct. 84 

Mildred M lO Dec. 01 



Children's Suits at $1.50 to $8.00, at 

JLio^i glog»,X7ey^iS, TRADE CENTER. THOMASTON 
28 ]^]^^ 

WHEN IN ROCKLAND ^ ^ 

. . . Don't Forget to Call at the St^re of ... 

O. E. Blackington &Son. 

They Keep Everything 
a Man or Boy Wears. 

HATS and CAPS, COLLARS, 

SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, NECKTIES, SUS- 
PENDERS, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, 
OVERALLS, UMBRELLAS, SWEATERS, 
STOCKINGS, SUITS, REEFERS, OVER- 
COATS, ULSTERS, FUR COATS, SHEEP- 
LINED JACKETS, TRAVELING CASES, 
LEATHER BELTS, ETC., ALSO 

Boots and Shoes for Men, Women and Children 

Rubber Boots, Felts an 1 Rubbers, Over Shoes, 
Shoe Rubbers, Shoe Polishers, Etc. 

AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE 

304 MAIN STRLLT, 
ROCKLAND, MAINL. 

Mayo, Rose ^ Mayo iiiiiinn 

ST(iX 01^ THT^. -Wiitto -F-x-OTXt ROCKLAND, ME 



POOLER'S Compoiind Syrup White Pine and Tar 

For Coughs, Colds. Guaranteed Satisfactory or Money Refunded. 



29 



Hart, Catherine S (Skinner 20 Mar. 38 B 

Hart, Lenville 13 Feb. 54 B 

Hart, Marcellus E .10 Feb. 47 B 

Abbie J (Hart 20 Nov. 60 

George E 10 Jan. 85 

Leroy M ii Sept. 91 

Hart, Frank B 7 Nov. 70 B 

Delia M (Morse 3 Feb. 75 

Levcre F 9 Sept. 01 

Hannon, Mary W (Bowes 11 Feb. 51 B 

Chester W 3 July 84 

Elden H 6 Apr. 90 

Harriman, James VV 18 Sept. 47 WA 

Elnora L (Moody 24 Feb. 48 

Hills, Salina (Robbins 27 Mar. 30 B 

Harriman, Myron E 16 Jan. y2 WA 

Ida M (Prescott 11 Jan. 78 

Merle E 31 May 99 

Tracy E 9 May 01 

Harriman, Woodbury S I Sept. 44 WA 

Ellen A (Soule 22 Dec. 56 

Sidney A 4 Feb. y6 

Hatch, Frank J 6 Sept. y6 B 

Etta M (Boyle 20 Apr. 78 

Arthur G 28 July 02 

J 

Johnson, Lincoln C 18 Feb, 34 A 

Viola E (Moody 4 Nov. 41 

Leland } 29 Mar. 81 



They Keep No Old Stock at LEVI SEAVEY'S, 

TRADE CENTER, THOMASTON. 



30 



New Furniture Store! 

GUSHEE'S CORNER, 

All kinds of Common Furniture . . . 

CHAMBER SOITS, FANCY ROCKERS, 
Spring Beds, Mattresses, Etc, 



Agent for Maine State Prison 

Wagons, Sleighs 

and Harnesses. 

QUAKKR - RAM©SS 
Sold for Cash or on Instalments. 

U. 8. GUSHEE, 

Telephone. APPLETON, ME. 

PAINLi:SS EXTRACTION AT 

Tibbetis, Dentist 



All Rubber Goods Warranted. D ft ft T U P ' Q 

Satisfaction or Money Refunded atlUULJjR IJ 



31 



Johnson, Lynden M 5 Apr. 69 E 

Nellie E (Mitchell 23 Sept. 70 

Winnifred V 15 June 95 

Irene L 22 Nov. 99 

Jenkins, George F 10 Feb. 55 A 

Emma J (Dorman 4 July 56 

Edward H 16 Mar. 81 

Leroy G 28 Oct. 90 

Johnson, John C 24 Dec. 60 NA 

lia (Tiffany 25 Feb. ^J 

Willis A 30 Nov. 84 

Albert P " 19 Feb. m 

Elmer L 23 Sept. 02 

Jones, Leonie (Nevvbert 12 May Ji A 

Esther A 9 Jan. 97 

Andrew 9 May 01 

Jones, Susan (McLain ij Jan. 16 A 

Jones, Jesse L 4 Jan. 53 E 

Merilla (Norwood 23 June 53 

Susie S 8 Oct. 80 

Clara M 18 July 82 

Jackson, Clarence L 5 June 95 

Johnson, Abbie S 3 Sept. 44 WA 

Jacobs, Edwin S 11 Feb. 40 B 

Rachel A (Hart 31 Mar. 51 

Edwin C 21 Mar. 79 

Florence 6 Oct. 80 

Everybody Enjoys Trading with LEVI SEAVEY 

—TRADE CENTER— — THOMASTON, ME.— 



Qiant Black Suits are warranted at Levi Seavey's 

32 



NASH'S = HOTEL, 

M. H, NASH, Proprietor, 
28 SPRING STREET, 



II if W 

jt'^k >r«M» 3(mi 



Is All Ready to Give You the 

Befst Meal in the Oity, 



L. M. GUSHEE 

APPLETON 

A rarefully selected stock of 

Groceries, Dry Goods, fiats, 

CAPS, CLOTHLVG, ETC., BOOTS, SHOES, 

RUBBER GOODS, GRAIN AND FLOUR, 

BARBED WIRE and GRASS SEEDS. 



TELEP ONE 



We Fit Tall Men at M A f O, ROSE & MAYO'S 



Boy's Clothes at MAYO, ROSE £r MAYO, 
: : Rockland, Maine : : 



33 




K 






Keller, 


Vendellyn 


13 Apr. 


54 A 




Martha (Meservey 


4 Sept. 


54 




Ava L 


24 July 


82 


Keller, 


Benj H 


10 Mar. 


80 A 




Martha I (Fish 


I Aug. 


86 




Marie E 


24 Jan. 


02 


Kirkpatrick, John 


22 Mar. 


27 




Mary E (Butler 


20 Jan. 


35 E 


Keene, 


Louisa (Collamore 


15 Dec. 


33 A 


Keene, 


Martha ( AAentworth 


22 Jan. 


33 NA 


Keene, 


Edwin R 


25 Feb. 


70 NA 




Bessie C (Dunton 


30 Nov. 


74 




Harold D 


21 Apr. 


94 




Chauncy D 


4 July 95 




Albert B 


I Mar. 


01 


Keene, 


Robert S 


1 Apr. 


39 NA 




Cora (Thompson 


4 June 


55 




Ormond S 


25 Jan. 


84 




Robert E 


26 Dec. 


95 


Kenney, Frank L 


6 Oct. 


72 A 




Eva E (Titus 


10 Mar. 


72 




Frances R 


20 Feb. 


01 




Newell L 


14 Oct. 


02 


Kimba! 


11, Emery 


26 Apr. 


49 NA 




Florence M 


27 Feb. 


79 




MarkE 


6 Apr, 


81 


WE SELL FOU CASH THAT ». 1 Tlfl Or k\ir\i 

MEANS THE LOWEST PRICES AAA/^c) |rVl SrflVrY 

"trade center," THOMASTON. ""I li&« W 1 VLarIi ff L 1 



All Rubber Goods Warrant d. 
Satisfaction or Money Refii ruled at 

. 34 



POOLER'S 




DID YOU KNOW 

HERRiCK & GALE 

Carry the Largest and Best Stock of 

Monuments, Tablets and Headstones, 

Of Latest Designs and up-t(j-date Lettering, 
in this Section of the State? Well- They Do. 

Vases, Bouquet Holders and Metal Wreaths 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Call and sec us whether you want to 
buv or not at 



282 main Street, 

TELEPHONE 434-4 



{^oekland, |VIe 



Ask your Friends about the H S & M Glotlies ! 



35 



12 Nov. 

i6 Mar. 

I Sept. 


38 
46 
76 


E 


22 Aug. 
29 Sept. 


25 
26 


A 


4 Mar. 
4 Feb. 


36 
46 


NA 


IS Sept. 

2/ Nov. 


76 
79 


E 



L 

Lamson, Frank 

Elonia A (Young 
Annie May 

Linnekin, Ambrose 

Lois A (Sprague 

Luce, Sion 

Martha E (Grover 

Laughton, Frank H 

AletheaL (Butler 

Lincoln, Eldora G 20 June 48 E 

Lovett, John G 28 June 32 NA 

Arobine (Linnekin 31 July 39 

Edith 

Linscott, Paulina (Newcomb 

Linscott, Adial 

Ella L (Smith 
Lorenzo A 
Flora J 

Light, Joseph M 

Sarah (Grinnell 
Minnie B 
Linscott, Susan (Caswell 
Linscott, Eben M 

Inez D (Turner 
Clarence D 

They Keep No Old Stock at LEVI SEAVEY'S, 

TRADE CENTER, THOM ASTON. 



12 Jan. 


66 




3 Apr. 


39 


B 


7 Sept. 


70 


B 


23 Nov. 


75 




15 Nov. 


95 




19 Aug. 


99 




13 July 


25 


B 


6 June 


32 




22 June 


64 




22 Nov, 


29 


B 


17 Feb. 


72 


B 


31 Dec, 


82 




14 July 


01 





PATENT MEDICINES at POOLER'S 



36 



AT 

£^„ Li. Davidson^^ 

Will be Found a Full Line of . . . 

AGaiCULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY 
SUPPLIES 

Ai.d a Full Line of — — 

Bowker's. RGid«?. Crocker's, E. Prank Coe's and 

Clark Coe's Fertilizers 

jA-ip i^iESXD-jeiLOCJ :^ :e» 3fi i cj :e3 js 

FOR PURE BLOOD — ♦-,^^ 

White Wyandotte Eggs 

FOR HATGHIMG 

Call on OP address , . 

S. N. SIMMONS 

I»rico SS ooxLtjs fox- JSott±ia.s of 13 



ELDEN DYER 

(Successor to G. C. Dunton.) 

HORSE -AND -OX -SHOEING. 

iToToToxMLS Of u^J.± JESi±:tJLclisi 
Hoa-xzy TT^T'oocSL "\:^7"oi'l3L e*. S5i30c±a,lty 



APrLETON. Mn:. 



Teeth Z^xtracted without Pain at . . 
^— TIBBETTS' DILNTAL PARLORS. 



MAYO, ROSE & HAYO, ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS 





VV JdlTJli r JKUJNT 


XVUUK. 


lUIlU. 


37 


Linscott, Daniel B 


17 Aug. 


61 


B 


Rosa 


12 June 


89 




Linnekin, Christiana (Esancy 


30 Au^r. 


36 


B 


Lenfest, Edna L 


24 June 


94 




M 








McCorrison, Ibra D 


29 June 


23 


A 


Sabra (Davis 


31 Jan. 


30 




James E 


8 May 


66 




Louis R 


27 Nov. 


70 




McCorrison, Joshua T 


9 Sept. 


58 


A 


Emma A (Smith 


26 Dec. 


79 




Hugh K 


10 May 


01 




McCorrison, Addison W 


6 Sept. 


63 


A 


Elizabeth 


Mar. 


50 




Martin, John W 


19 Dec. 


39 


A 


McLain, Sarah (McLain 


31 Jan. 


35 




Annie 


28 Aug. 


60 


A 


Moody, Joseph P 


II Sept. 


38 


A 


Deborah R (Moody 


18 July 


41 




Leroy N 


3 Oct. 


7^ 




Moody, Albert H 


3 July 


71 


A 


Lizzie M (Pitman 


22 Mar. 


76 




Mclver, Angus 


31 Dec. 


28 


NA 


Kate (Doherty 


6 May 


36 




John D 


9 Dec. 


70 




Fredaretta 


31 Jan. 


77 





Boardman Boots for Women $2.00 
Li:VI SE,AVI:Y, "Trade Center," Thomaston 



DRUGS and CHEMICALS DAAT t?R'Q 

Pure Goods, Prices Right at...rUULlDl\0 

38 

Use Dr. B^2»on O-ay^s 

For all Kidney and Bladder 
Troubles. 

Price 50 cents. 

WE GUARANTEE A CURE, 



CONVINCi:^G REASONS WHY 

SWEDISH CREAfVI 

Rhould "Be Us^d . 

Because it never disappoints in Rheumatism. 
Beeause it always relieves Sciatica. 
Because it never fails to relieve Achini^ Joints. 
Because it quickly reduces Swollen Joints and Limbs. 
Because it disposes of All Aches and Pains. 
Because it Makes Friends for you and for us. 

so GKWTS. 

Dr. BYBON GAY MEOIGIE CO., 

ROCKliHND, JVIE. 

SWECISH CORN CREAM CUP.bS CORNS, BY MAIL 25 CENTS. 



Mayo, Rose & Mayo 



SIGN OF THE TTVllXto ^f^X-OIXt ROCKLAND 


. ME 


39 


Martin, Elizabeth (Williams 


28 Nov. 


30 




Palmer B 


4 Aug. 


70 


A 


Martin, Danforth S 


15 Ian, 


m4 


A 


Adella A (Martin 


30 July 


52 




William J 


15 Sept. 


78 




Ella P 


12 Nov. 


87 




McLain, Jacob 


5 May 


27 


A 


Lucinda (Bickford 


20 Sept. 


43 




McGinnes, Earl 


3 Sept. 


93 




Meservey, Priscilla (Simmons 


12 Apr. 


30 


NA 


Meservey, Frank S 


21 Jan. 


6^ 


NA 


Lois E (Wadsworth 


9 April 


76 




William Bryan 


21 Sept. 


96 




Stanley 


13 April 


98 




Mary 


14 Jan. 


01 




Meservey, Benson 


26 July 


47 


A 


Lois A (Brown 


26 Feb. 


75 




Isaac 


16 July 96 




Mitchell, Gilman 


1 1 Sept. 


42 


E 


Lizzie (Gregory 


26 Mar. 


43 




Mary E 


19 Nov. 


71 




Bertrand L 


17 Jan. 


74 




Harry R. 


4 Oct. 


86 




Hermon E 


4 Oct. 


86 




Herbert M 


4 Oct. 


86 




Mitchell, Rosilla 


5 Feb. 


51 




Edson M 


31 May 65 


E 


Mitchell. Effie 


30 Nov. 


78 


E 



The .^12.00 Giant Black Suits for $10.00 at . . . 

Xjoxri ^o^XT-cy'sJ, "trade center," THomnsTON 



40 



'»l • 



C. E. MESERVEY, 

ATTORNEY 

ROCKLAND, ME. 



Dr. T. E. TIBBETTS, 

Surgeon Bentist. 

Teeth Extrastel without Pain. Charg3S 
Reasonable. 

Cob. Main akd Wixteb Sts. ROCKLAND, MAINE 

Park St. ExcMnge 

4^ HOTEL m^ 



J. M. SMALL, Prop. 



lil^^-'^SSo -^ Mayo, Rose & Mayo^ 

CUlotla-esJ £*-* K()(;KLAND, MAINE. 



Patrician Boots and Shoes for Women $3.50 at 

"TRADE CENTER" LILVI SE^AVZ^Y'S THOMASTON 



41 



Morton, Rozilla (Fish 5 Jan. 42 A 

Maddocks, Charles A 29 Nov. 46 E 

Murry, Foss 12 Feb. 62 E 

Mary (Newbert 29 Apr. 'j^ 

Maddocks, Sidney J 27 Mar. 69 B 

Cora A (Edgecomb 16 Apr. 74 

McLain, WilHam 16 Oct. 42 WA 

Georgia A ( Hilton 8 Oct. 50 

William H 18 July 72 

Addie E 8 May -jG 

Pearl A 14 Aug. 85 

Hazel G 28 Nov. 87 

Martel A 9 May 92 

Maddocks, Frank E 3 Jan. 58 E 

Elva H (Hunt 5 Mar. ^6 

Ella F 23 May 93 

Earl L 5 Nov. 94 

Laforest W 23 June 97 

Maynard B 24 Aug. 99 

Martz, Edward 29 June 65 B 

Nellie (Hart 10 Sept. 74 

Earl L 10 Oct. 95 

Marcellus E 24 Aug. 97 

Donald C 5 Jan. 01 

Mitchell, Alphonso T 12 Nov. 59 B 

Mary E (Overlock 16 June 64 

Charles U 2 Dec. Z^ 

Linvvood A 1 1 Dec, 90 

Harlan J 28 July 94 

Rhoda P 16 Oct. 01 



Pnni FR'^ • • • CATHARTIC LIVER PILLS j 

* UULLII O Reliable and Certain, Vegetable, without pain or griping 1 



42 




If You Want It to Fit. 



I f You Want Up to the Minute Style , 
If You Want Tho^e Smooth. C'^n<^ave 



Shoulders, 



HAVE IT MADE BY THE 



Camden Tailoring Go 



SUITS TO ORDER $15,00 to $40.00 

WRITE FORSIMPIES. 



Franklin Shoe for Men, $2.00 

Li:VI SEAVILY, "Trade Center," Thomaston 



43 


McCurdy, Isaac 


23 Apr. 26 


B 


Maddocks, Joel S 


26 June 39 


B 


Moody, Frank A 


21 July 61 WA 


Edna E (Moody 


20 July 79 




Leslie P 


17 June 98 




Marcia E 


24 Aug. 01 




Maddocks, Alfred E 


23 Apr. 45 


B 


Annie L (Palmer 


27 Dec, 6y 




Addie M 


12 May 87 




Ebcn G 


25 Oct. 89 




Leonard A 


27 Oct. 91 




Edgar C 


4 Apr. 94 




Charles A 


17 Feb. 01 




Maddocks, Mary E (Lermond 


13 Sept. 46 


B 


Wilkes J 


16 Dec. 65 




Ellis L 


22 July Gy 




Gilbert F 


8 Aug. 79 




Maddocks, Mary J (Thayer 


22 Nov. 29 


B 


Maddocks, Elden B 


26 July 43 


B 


Linnie S (Standish 


I Sept. 44 




John F 


18 Oct. 67 




Metcalf, Gardner 


3 Dec 33 


B 


Metcalf, IddoK 


7 Feb. 37 


B 


Mary A (Martin 


24 June 50 




Maddocks, James C 


10 Sept. 31 


B 


McCurdy, D True 


20 Sept. 74 


B 


We Fit Tall Men at MAfO, 


ROhE & MAY 


O'S 


.T=»--»*-»xx-ij*-»-»*-^[. -n 





All Rubber Goods Warranted . . . PAAirO^O 
Satisfaction or Money Refunded at 1 UlJLIjll U 

_ 



Furniture^ Carpels 
Upholstery - €J©«ds 



.A^t. 



BURPEE FURNITURE GO'S 

ROCKLAND 



CHAMBER SI:TS, BRASS and IRON BI.DS, 

Tine Bedding, Mahogany Sofas and Chairs, 
Couches, Sideboards and Buffets, Pillar 
Z^xtension Tables, Dining Chairs, Mission 
Furniture, Hall Stands, Carpets, Straw 
Mattings, Rugs, Art Squares, Linoleums, 
Oil Cloths, Japanese Rugs, Couch Covers, 
Refrigerators. 

Fabrics in Silk, Tapestries, Velours, Plush, dc, 

.Cor TJiDl3.olstex-ia::aS. 

Suminer Cottage Furniture. 

ILlectric cars pass our Door. 
Telephone connection. 



Children's Suits at $1.50 to $8.00, at 

JLjgx^± Se^xrey's, TRADE CENTER. THOMASTON 





45 






Haddocks, Lyman R 


30 Oct. 47 


B 




Ada E (Tasker 


2 July 53 






Gertrude E 


18 Sept. 84 






Elden B 


20 Nov. 86 






Raymond J 


27 Feb, 89 






Mildred L 


30 Sept. 92 




Maddocks, Angolene (Lambert 


9 Sept. 46 


B 


> 


Lizzie M 


30 July 74 






Alice A 


17 Feb. 85 






Ernest A 


2 Mar. 96 




Miller, 


George A 


28 Nov. 74 


B 




M Blanche (Forcade 


3 Dec. 73 






Harry F 


9 Nov. 95 






Charles D 


15 Sept. 99 




Miller, 


William A 


II Aug. 74 


B 




Mary R (Barclay 


14 Apr. 80 




McDowell, Ada M (Burkett 


5 June 46 


B 




Clara A 


25 Nov. 6y 




Miller, 


Jesse R 


25 Apr. 36 


B 




Louisa S (Bartlett 


2 Nov. 35 






Jesse E 


I Dec. 81 




Miller, 


Stephen B 


9 May yy 


B 




Carrie M (Ripley 


25 July 83 






Ella C 


28 Dec. 02 




Miller, 


Albert 


II July 31 


B 


Miller, 


Rufus 

Lydia J (Ames 


27 May 57 


B 



I nnv FOR THE H S &M AT MAYO, ROSE & MAYO 

LUUa LITTLE LABEL n.O.aifli ROCKLAND, MAINE. 



All Rubber Goods Warranted . . . DA AT UD'G 
Satisfaction or Money Refunded at iUUIjIjIV IJ 



HODGSVIAN & COMPANY 



ca. 




at a small profit 




You will at all times 
find a big stock of 



%^ 



IS 



FOR . 



MEN or BOYS 

A Full Line of 

Overcoats, Mackin- 
toshes, Odd Pants, 
Shirts and Under- 
wear, Trunks 
and Bags, 
HATS and CAPS. 
All the up-to-date 
. . Hats . . 
at Our Store. 

HQDGMAN & CO., 

Camden, Me. 





1 vv. 


UJJi 


i u 


47 


N 








Newbert, Orriville (Fisk 
Charles F 


2 Oct. 

12 Nov. 


34 
56 


A 


Newbert, Will M 

Lizzie C (Gushee 


31 May 63 
26 Feb. 69 


A 


Ness, J Benj. 

Rosalie Mary (Gushee 


10 Aug. 
25 Oct. 


78 
74 


A 


Newbert, Kate (Sukeforth 


18 Dec. 


30 


A 


Newbert, Mary (Jones 


7 June 


19 


E 


Newbert, Roscoe L 

Lydia A (Murry 
Grover C 
Lena B 
Goldie M 
Frank E 


9 Aug. 
1 1 Feb. 
28 Dec. 
3 Apr. 
15 Feb. 
9 Sept. 


62 

53 
84 
86 

94 
96 


A 


O 

Oakes, Adeline E 


8 Apr. 


56 


A 


Overlock, R Alonzo 

Cassie E (Metcalf 


10 May 48 
2j Jan. 48 


B 


Overlock, George A 

P 

Page, George H 


12 Apr. 


58 


B 


9 Nov. 


34 


A 


Pease, Harrison C 

Mary B (Bartlett 


16 Nov. 
20 Jan. 


27 
35 


A 


Pease, Harry C 

Rosa E (Morton 


13 Dec. 
29 Aug. 


75 


A 



Pease, George A 



6 July 30 A 



Prescriptions Accurately Compounded from 
Pure Mjiterials. Right Prices at . . . • 



POOLER'S 



48 



H. N. TITUS. 

Prompt Attention Given to All Orders for 

Caskets, Robes, Etc. 

Also Manufacturer of the 

CELEBRATED TITUS RAKES. 

APPLETON, ME. 



(Jr. H. PAGE, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

CARRIAGES, SLEIGH5, 

:Ei"2?c:?. 

Carriage Painting and Repairing in All Branches. 

Carriage Stock For Sale. 

APPLETON. 

mm EASTERN~FERTILIZERS 

CORN SPECIAL, POTATO SPECL^L, HIGH 
GRADE POTATO, GENERAL, GRASS 
AND OATS KEPT IN STOCK. 

REGULAR I^ R-ICES TGASY TERMIS 

JESSe li. UUBNTWOIRTH, 

APPLE rOX, MK, 

HART, SCHAFFNER& MARX 'Mayo, Rose & Mayo 

CLOTHES MAY BE HAD OF ROCKLAND, ME- 



Mayo, Kos© ^ Mayo 

SIGN OF THE "Wlxito Ze'l-OMit ROOKI.AND. ME 

49 



Pease, Theodore VV 4 Nov. 71 A 

Blanche A (Berry 23 June ']6 

Emily B 5 Feb. 01 

Proctor, Erastus 30 July 39 A 

Susan M (Lermond 11 Aug. 40 

Proctor, William H 12 Dec. 68 A 

Ada H (McCorrison 26 Apr. '^'j 

F Russell 20 June 95 

Howard N 8 Sept. 00 

Lillian E 13 Nov. 02 

Perry, Cyrus J 15 June 65 A 

Evie M (Davis 20 Apr. 72 

Mervyn A 8 Oct. 94 

Edmund K 4 May 96 

Norman R 25 Oct. 98 

Packard, Robert I Jan. 93 E 

Pease, Emerson 6 Dec. 41 E 

Susanna (Harwood 23 Nov. 47 

Fred E 20 Oct. 66 

Prescott, Lillian G 29 Mar. 73 E 

Philbrook, Judson 9 June 48 E 

Lizzie (McKinney 18 Mar. 54 

HoUis E 23 Nov. 75 

Melvin L i Sept. 81 

Arthur L 29 July 88 

Pitman, William H 12 Sept. 44 A 

Ruth A (Richardson 21 Feb. 41 

Bernard A 24 Feb 81 



All Rubber Goods VVarrantfd. D A f\ T 17 P ' Q 

Satisfaction or Money Refunded at lUULIjJLl U 

50 

Qardin&r^s Balsam 

OF 

Spruce Gum and Wild Cherry 

Is guaranteed to be the best remedy for Coughs, 

Colds and Bronchitis. Safe and Effective. 

The first dose relieves. Equally good 

for children and adults. 

25 cents per bottle. Sold Everywhere. 

MANUFACTURED BY 

The Gr. 1. Robinson Drug Co., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS. 

Tbomaston, Maine. 

Pay son & Robbins, 

EAST UNION, ME., 
Are offering a large line of 

men $ and Boys' eiotbing 

LOWEST PRICES GUARA.NTEED. 

We have a very choice and well selected line Ladies Wrappers and 

Shirt Waists, also Room Papers and Curtains, which we are 

offering at bottom prices. 

LARGE- LINE, or FISHING TACKLE.. 

Our Specialties :— American Beauty Flour, Ne- 

ponset Roofing Papers, H. W. John's 

Asbestos Liquid Paints. 



TRUSSES, CRUTCHES 


" POOl 


LEF 


I'S 




^ M 


51 


Pitman, Viola (Newbert 


6 Apr. 


54 


A 


Albert G 


30 May 


82 




Perry, Henry 


3 Aug. 


19 


A 


Pease, Lucy J 


23 Feb. 


65 


A 


Plummer, Gladys 


25 Mar. 


95 


A 


Perry, Charles A 


21 Sept. 


6^ 


NA 


Hattie L (Davis 


13 Dec. 


7?> 




Nina L 


5 Jan. 


95 




Emily F 


16 Oct. 


97 




Harold S 


24 Dec. 


99 




Bertha A 


10 Feb. 


02 




Perry, Elbridge G 


19 Feb. 


58 


A 


Ella M (Wellman 


14 Apr. 


62 




Perley D 


13 June 


80 




Laura Belle 


19 Mar. 


85 




Blanche 


II Feb. 


01 




Pease, Ralph H 


23 Mar. 


76 


A 


Pierce, Edgar W 


2 Nov. 


85 


A 


Harry 


13 July 87 




Pease, Artist L 


9 Aug. 


69 


A 


Sabra M (Perry 


4 Feb. 


68 




Maynard A 


21 Oct. 


92 




Addie L 


3 Dec. 


93 




Delia D 


19 June 


95 




Watie 


18 Sept. 


96 




Blanche 


8 Jan. 


98 




Sadie 


12 Feb. 


99 




Louie 


13 Oct. 


00 




Gladys M 


19 Apr. 


02 





DRUQS and CHEMICALS 
Pure Qoods, Prices Right at 



POOLER'S 



52 




Your Eyes! Are they K? 

If they are not it is your duty to have them attended by a 
RELIABLE and SKILLFUL OPTICIAN. 
We have got everything up-to-date to do Scientific Work. 
W^e do not claim to know it all. But this we have demon- 
strated in hundreds of cases, that we can properly fit and 
adjust glasses, 

CALL ON BURGESS 

Have your eyes examined and if glasses are needed, he will 

endeavor to do the right thing. 

In addition to the above BURGESS has an up-to-dat.e line 

of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, CUT GLASS, 

STERLING SILVER, and SILVER PLATED WARE, 

BOOKS, STATIONERY, Etc. 

Repairing of all description in our line neatly and promptly 

done. We keep two men repairing all the time. 

Jn RITO^^rrCC Watchmaker 
• tr* D\Jt\\ltZ^^n and Optician. 

Camden, Maine, Masonic Temple, Main Street. 



All Rubber Goods Warranted . . . DAATPD^Q 
SatisfViction or Money Refundei at 1 UULl!lf\ IJ 





as 








Pease, Rosina (Laughton 
Mander F 


2 Feb. 
24 Apr. 


35 
75 


A 


Pease, Verranus A 

Francis F (Pease 




25 Nov. 
12 Mar. 


35 
45 


A 


Pease, F'red M 

Emma R (Ludvvi 
Minerva 
Llewellyn L 
Verena D 


cr 


2 Dec. 

27 Nov. 

2 Aug. 

7 Sept. 

3 Feb. 


50 
53 
77 
79 
95 


A 


Paul, Jacob M 

Cassie ( Robbins 




2 Oct. 
4 Sept. 


68 
70 


A 


Pease, Charles E 




25 Aug. 


56 


A 


Powell, Etta A (Maddocks 
Beatrice 


12 June 
6 Apr. 


80 
00 


B 


Pease, Elander G 




24 Feb. 




B 


Pease, Leander 
Leroy 




26 July 
29 Dec. 


81 
88 


B 


Pease, Chester S 

Hannah M (Gree 


:ly 


13 May 
27 Dec. 


40 
40 


B 


Quinn, Mary (Carver 


Q 

R 


7 Jan. 


35 


NA 


Ripley, Elmer E 

Phene (Bills 




29 July 
15 Oct. 


60 
62 


A 


Ripley, Charles 




24 Mar. 


19 


E 



Prescriptions Accurately Compounded frc 
Pure Materials. Right Prices at . . . 



POOLER'S 



54 



KAllOGH FURNITURE COMPANY 

House Furnishings of all kinds. 

PIANOS AND ORGANS 

At Ca6?h Prices on Easy Monthly Payments. 



Herald Banges. 

402 Main Street, ROCKLAND, ME. 



CLOTHING 

FOR_«— ^ HEN AND BOYS 

At the price you wish to pay. Our line of 
Furnishing Goods and Hats are always com- 
plete at all seasons. When in town make 
our store your headquarters. 

YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. 



S. B. HASKELL, The Clothier, 

CAMDEN, MAINE. 



DRUQS and CHEMICALS D A A I 17 R ' Q 

Pure Goods, Prices Right at... lUULjjIlD 



55 


Ripley, Miles 


25 May 


25 


E 


Sarah (Esancy 


12 Oct. 


32 




John F 


2 Dec. 


64 




Nettie M 


25 Feb. 


70 




Inez 


6 May 


72 




Grace 


9 Nov. 


74 




Ripley, Adelphus B 


14 Mar. 


54 


A 


Sybil A (McCorrison 


31 Oct. 


53 




Ripley, Charles 


20 June 


61 


E 


Velzora E (Hart 


2 Mar. 


71 




Effie E 


10 Jsn. 


88 




Willie L 


30 Oct. 


89 




Raymond A 


4 May 


92 




Leola A 


2 Sept. 


94 




Alice A 


8 Sept. 


95 




Edward J 


' 15 Jan. 


GO 




Elden E 


2 May 


01 




Rokes, Lizzie (Clark 


24 July 


38 


E 


Robinson, Adeline (Newbert 


19 Apr. 


09 


A 


Elsie 


5 Jan. 


30 




Rokes, Wallace 


26 Feb. 


33 


B 


Richards, Edwin S 


4 July 


60 


B 


G Estelia (Simmons 


14 Apr. 


66 




Gracie M 


8 Aug. 


84 




Wealthy D 


6 Aug. 


86 




Ruby L 


13 May 89 




Laura A 


8 Feb. 


92 




Horatio E 


17 Nov. 


94 




Raymond O 


16 May 


01 





All Rubber Good-i Warrant d. D A A T I? D ' C! 

Sitisfaclion or Money KefurHbul at lUUliljU U 





56 



Orel E. Davies 

JEWELER, 

Graduate 

Opiioian, 

Watdimaker. 

MAIN STREET, 
Opposite Park Street. 
ROCKLAND. 



Li D. JOIVTKS, 

LAWYER AKr. TRIAL JUSTICE 

Collectinf^ clone everywhere, and prompt 
atlenlion <iiv<.n to all bu.-^incss. 



Union, Maine. 



POOLER'S Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 

For Coixghs, Colds. Guaranteed Satisfaetory or Money Refunded. 



57 



Robbins, Alden 22 Apr. 38 A 

Gencvra (Metcalf 9 Aug. 49 

Robie B 25 Nov. 86 

Robbins, Thomas 23 Mar. 29 A 

Aruthusa (Collins 18 Apr, 38 

Robinson, Gracie 18 Apr. 92 A 

Rokes, Roseltha E (Burkett 29 Oct. 40 B 

Andrew J 14 July 74 

Richardson, Orchard C 3 Feb. 28 A 
Mary E (Richardson 4 Mar. 33 

John F 29 Mar. 61 

Robinson, John C 26 June 36 W A 

Julia M (Barker 28 July 44 

Frank VV 7 Oct 81 

Robinson, John E 10 Feb. 75 WA 

Bettha M (Ryan 13 May 79 

Robinson, George W i i Oct, 68 WA 

Flora M (Dean 20 Mar. 81 

Ethel B 15 Apr. 97 

Louis A 25 June 98 

Doris M 17 June 02 

Robinson, Arthur P 25 June 79 WA 

Eva R (Pratt 30 Dec, 79 

Rose H 3 Dec. 02 

Richards, Bert C 25 Oct. 80 A 

Robbins, George L 15 July 46 B 

Lydia K (Fossett 5 May 38 



POOLER'S Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 

For Coughs, Colds. Guarantot^ Satisfactory or Money Refundod. 



68 



E. C PAYSON, 

-•5^^'^Attorney at Law^=#" 

320 MAIN STREET. TELEPHONE 

Miller & Simmons, 

PRACTICAL 

HORSESHOEING 

A SPECIALTY. 
L. W. Hadley, fl. D. 

HOURS: 

12 to 2 and 7 to 9 p. m. 

Telephone Connection. UNION, ME, 



POOLER'S Headache Remedy 



59 


Robbins, Alton C 


I Feb, 


70 


B 


Addie (Millay 


12 Jan. 


71 




Ralph E 


ly Feb. 


89 




^ Blanche M 


6 May 


92 




Maynard L 


29 June 


94 




Merle F 


22 Feb. 


96 




Ripley, Robert A 


19 July 46 


B 


Alberta R 


30 Dec. 


76 




Allen E 


3 Feb. 


80 




Edna M 


I Apr. 


89 




Richards, Samuel D 


17 Jan. 


80 


B 


Ripley, John D 


13 Apr. 


51 


E 


Annie L (Ripley 


22 Mar. 


39 




Rowell, Almond A 


3 June 


70 


B 


Effie M (Hart 


3 Sept. 


72 




Ila W 


5 May 


92 




Maud L 


18 Oct. 


94 




Harold A 


5 Jan. 


96 




Bernard C 


17 Oct. 


96 




Linwood S 


5 Apr. 


98 




Howard E 


10 July 


99 




Vivian 


1 1 Sept. 


01 




Robbins, Betsy (Rokes 


22 Feb. 


33 


B 


Randlett, Mary J (Rollins 


4 Oct. 


33 


B 


s 

Simmons, Oliver 


16 Feb, 


20 


A 


Elmira D (Wiley 


8 June 


20 




Simmons, Ephraim G 


16 May 


52 


A 


Fidelia A (Gushee 


15 July 


60 




Clarence R 


23 Sept. 


78 





PATENT MEDICINES at POOLER'S 



60 



TJEHS ROlillSrSON 

DOUBl^E STREN(;TH 

FLAVORING EXTRACTS 

Are recommended to all particular cooks, for their 

Delicacy of Flavor, Purity and Strength 
AND FULL MILASURi:. 

Manufactured by 

THE G. I. ROBINSON DRUG CO,, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS. 
TflOlVIASTOfl, » IVIAINH 

E. H. BURKETT, 

Wholesale Dealer in 

LIME CASKS, GRAIN, CORN, FLOOR 

Shingles, Lime, Cement, Plastering Hair, 
Kerosine Oil, ILtc. Qrass Seed, all kinds. 

SOLE AGENT FOR .; 

WILLIA/n TELL FLOUR. 
In Union. 

TFL«='PWONE 



Pnni FR'^ • • • .CATHARTIC LIVER PILLS 

I UUlrLII U Reliable and Certain, Vegetable, without pain or gripint; 



61 


Simmons, Stillman N 


26 June 


60 


A 


Bertha (Ames 


31 Aug. 


64 




Sullivan, Ellen (DriscoU 


12 Apr. 


19 


A 


Sprague, William F 


4 Sept. 


28 


A 


Emma (Martin 


24 Feb. 


42 




Elmer E 


16 Apr. 


61 




Schemehorn, Joseph P 


22 Feb. 


74 


A 


Jennie L (Shepherd 


13 June 


74 




Fay 


17 Jan. 


96 




Lela 


4 Oct. 


98 




Fred A 


5 Oct, 


99 




Sprague, Eli 


12 Sept. 


18 


A 


Sherman, Judson A 


31 Aug. 


36 


A 


S Helen (Annis 


19 Mar. 


38 




Grace L 


30 Oct. 


74 




Sprowl, Lindley E 


15 Aug. 


69 


A 


Lula M (Brown 


27 Apr. 


73 




Bessie E 


23 July 


91 




Arthur L 


7 Aug. 


92 




Nancy M 


16 Aug. 


93 




Carlista A 


12 Sept. 


95 




Sprowl, Herbert A 


25 Oct. 


65 


A 


Florence M (Hilton 


10 Mar. 


70 




Morton A 


6 July 


88 




Stevens, John A 


2 June 


35 


A 


Lucy (Eastman 


13 Jan. 


34 




Annie M 


3 Nov. 


75 




Simmons, Jedcdiah 


15 Aug. 


35 


A 


Emma M (Sprague 


16 May 


42 




Arthur C 


14 Feb 


73 





PATENT MEDICINES at POOLER'S 



62 



THE BIJOU 

C. H. iV\OOR& COnPANY, 
APOTHECARIES. 

The Best Place to Buy . , . 

PURE DRUGS. 

Patent Medicines, Trusses, 

Or anything that is usually found in an 

Up-to-datp Drug Store. 

C. H. MOOR & COMPANY, DRUGGISTS. 

322 Main Street, Rockland, Me. 



s. CU. JOHES, 

IRON FOUf^DER 

SOUTH UfiiON, mE. 

Hard Metal Sled Shoes and Wagon Shoes, Doe 
Plows, Hussey Hard Metal and Steel Plows, 
"Peerlesss" Steel Plow, '76" Side Hill Plow, 
Hussey Cultivators, Osborne Spring Tooth Har- 
rows, Wheel Boxes, Nuts and Starts. 



Repairs for Plows, Mowers and Cultivators. 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



Pnni FR'^ • • • .CATHARTIC LIVILR PILLS 

I UULLII O Reliable and Certain, Vegetable, without pain or griping 

63 

Sherman, Lowly A (Perry 6 Nov. 23 A 

Sherman, Willard 17 Apr. 48 A 

Alice C (Plummer 7 Mar. 57 

Gertrude C 15 Nov. 84 

Inez E 29'Apr. 89 

Sherman, Albert W 29 Jan. 78 A 

Carrie E (Mitchell 18 Jan. jj 

Ivan C 26 Sept. 02 

Sleeper, Delora (Wentworth 12 Jan. 36 A 

Charles E 27 Oct. 62 

Simmons, Richard B 24 Sept. ^'j A 

Inez M (Simmons 24 Sept. 74 

Lola A 6 July 91 

May N 13 Aug, 93 

Jedcdiah 30 Dec. 94 

James E 18 June 97 

Louie G 21 June 99 

Emeline S 12 Aug. 01 

Stuart, George F 4 Dec. 45 A 

Ellen A (Sprague 21 Dec. 42 

Albert F 24 Dec. 75 

Snow, Eliza C (Rice 24 Dec. 29 WA 

Stover, Alexander A 1 5 May 5 i WA 

Frank E June 74 

Sukeforth, Rhoda A (Luce 16 June 28 B 

Sukeforth, Frank G 28 June 69 B 

Eva L (Hannon 11 Nov. 71 

Maynard F i Jan. 96 

St. Clair, Edbirt S 22 July 92 A 



Prescriptions Accurately Compounded fn 



Pure Materials. Ricrht Prices at 



POOLER'S 



64 



CHARLES E. BICKNELL, 

(SUCCESSOR TO JONES & BICKNELL.) 
DEALER IN 

Cong and SDort Cumber, 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, Qutters, 
Conductors, Mouldings, 

Brick and Sand, Boat Boards and Building Materials 

of all Kinds. The largest stock of Shingles 

in Knox County to select from 

at Lowest Prices. 

At the Brook, Main Street, Rockland, Maine. 

R. B. ROBBINS 

DEALER IN 

Flour, Grain and Mill Feed 

OK ALL KINDS. 



nmt for Oulnneplac ?ertili2er$. 

SPECIAL FOR CORN, 
SPEC:iAL FOR POTATOES, 
SPIXIAL FOR GRASS AND GRAIN. 
BOl JOM PRICKS. 

HILLS AULLS, Union, Maine 

Telephone Connection. 



TRUSSES, CRUTCHES at pnOT PR 'Q 



65 


Sleeper, William C 


15 June 


45 A 


Sarah (Thorndike 


II Aug 


53 


Grace 


29 Aug. 


81 


Walter 


17 July 83 


Emma 


6 Feb. 


85 


Fred 


13 Sept. 


86 


Maud S 


22 Jan. 


88 


Lizzie 


26 July 


90 


Addie 


3 Feb. 


92 


David 


13 June 


93 


Angie 


9 July 


97 


Stover, Jacob 


3 Nov. 


13 WA 


Nancy J (Fuller 


14 Aug. 


17 


Stover, Leander 


13 May 


55 WA 


Jennie E (Newbert 


24 Oct. 


66 


Leonard L 


23 Aug. 


84 


Alice L 


20 May 89 


Amy E 


13 Sept. 


93 


IdaM 


26 Feb. 


98 


Snow, Ansel L 


13 Apr. 


25 E 


Henry L 


30 Sept. 


86 


Shepherd, Ferdinand P 


2 Feb. 


81 A 


Sukeforth, Benj. 


I June 


58 WA 


Leantha P (Stover 


14 Sept. 


58 


Aggie M 


8 June 


82 


Ralph L 


17 Aug. 


87 


Sukeforth, Roland A 


5 Apr. 


84 B 


Algie T 


7 Jan. 


87 


Sukeforth, John G 


28 Apr. 


50 B 



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POOLER'S Headaohe Remedy 



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Thompson, Julia A (Williamson 
Elias G 

Thompson, Ambrose D 
Lizzie S 

Trask, Urban A 

Sylvia (Brown 
N Anita 
Mildred B 

Twiss, Arthur L 

Titus, Horace N 

Augusta (Keating 

Taylor, Lucius A 

Lizzie (Simmons 
M Agnes 
Johnson F 
Evelyn 
Raphael 

Thomas, Mary (Cross 
Maynard E 

Thompson, Charles D 
Thurston, Bert L 

Mabel (Burkett 

U 
Ulmer, Mary M (Rundlett 
Upton, Malcolm W 

Laura E (Stuart 

V 
Vaughn, Lydia A (Pease 5 July 35 A 



13 Dec. 


41 


E 


12 Feb. 


69 




21 Apr. 


53 


NA 


26 July 


58 




6 Oct. 


79 


A 


7 Oct. 


81 




17 Mar. 


00 




21 Nov. 


02 




18 June 


75 


E 


27 Oct. 


38 


A 


13 Jan. 


39 




25 Feb. 


46 


A 


21 Feb. 


43 




27 Nov. 


78 




18 Sept. 


81 




26 June 


83 




20 July 


90 




5 Jan. 


48 


A 


26 Oct, 


90 




24 Dec. 


52 


NA 


21 Nov. 


74 


B 


17 July 


82 




6 Aug. 


36 


A 


13 Jan. 


70 


A 


7 Dec. 


68 





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Wentworth, Charles F 


28 Sept. 


36 


A 


Helen R 


25 Feb. 


38 




Wentworth, George E 


16 Apr. 


39 


A 


Minnie (Grant 


10 Feb. 


51 




Alice 


18 Apr, 


86 




Mildred 


2 Mar. 


91 




Worthing, Lafayette 


2 Dec. 


25 


A 


Leonard C 


3 Oct. 


59 




Wellington, Charles 


10 May 


72 


E 


Waltz, Albion T 


3 May 


52 


A 


Marietta (Fuller 


19 May 


49 




Whitney, Hezekiah H 


27 Apr. 


36 




Martha E (Maddocks 


18 Nov. 


35 




Burton L 


6 Dec. 


69 




George D 


28 Dec. 


71 




Maud E 


20 Mar. 


78 




Whitney, Everett E 


15 June 


59 




Amanda (Hanson 


21 Aug. 


67 




Jennie M 


7 July 


91 




Wadsworth, Samuel 


23 Jan. 


15 




Wadsvvorth, Tobias F 


9 Mar. 


52 




Ada M (Young 


2S Feb. 


55 




Lottie P 


9 Jan. 


80 




Edna L 


17 Mar. 


81 




Rena E 


J I Jan. 


87 




Nellie E 


10 Jan. 


88 




Ada M 


21 May 


94 




Clara V 


14 Feb. 


96 




Wood, Daniel 


I Oct. 


79 WA 



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Wadsworth, 


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13 Sept, 78 




Dora A (Wellington 


8 Mar. 83 


Wentworth, 


Andrew H 


12 Sept. 19 




Harriet (Thorndike 


22 Nov. 20 




Daniel G 


4 June 51 


Wentvvorth, 


Joseph G 


28 Oct. 53 




Lottie E (Sherman 


15 July 60 




Iva M 


1 1 June 85 


Wadsworth, 


Arthur F 


18 Dec. 81 




Mabel E 


18 May 83 




John M 


9 June 87 


Wentworth, 


Andrew 


1 1 Aug, 38 


Wentworth, 


Charles 


24 Feb, 6S 


Wentworth, 


Newell B 


30 Apr. 57 




Lizzie F (Davis 


4 Nov, 62 




Warren W 


5 Nov, 79 




Adelbert N 


8 Apr. 86 


Wentworth, 


Lyman 


21 Feb, yj 


Wentworth, 


Frank A 


7 Jan, 49 


Waterman, 


Fred J 


8 July 29 


Waterman, 


Albert A 


21 July 26 




Emeline (Boynton 


26 May 39 




James W 


10 Apr. 68 




Laura E 


24 June 66 




Bessie B 


20 Oct, 73 




Lottie M 


30 May 75 


Wentvvorth, 


Alfred R 


27 Mar. 47 




Luccna D (Hilt 


5 Dec. 48 


Wiley, Aaron D 


9 Oct. 22 



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Waterman, Wilbur A 


19 Feb. 53 




Jennie A (Dunton 


I June 53 




Fred L 


12 Aug. 84 




Hittie F 


29 Jan. 86 




Wallace, Harrison 


24 Nov. 19 WA 


Warren, Eugene C 


17 Sept. j6 




Addic F (Robinson 


20 Apr. 70 




Maud L 


3 May 96 




Warren, Stephen H 






Wellman, Frances V 


24 May 47 


A 


John E 


24 June 54 




Wentworth, Jesse L 


30 Apr, 52 


A 


Clara L (Adams 


31 Jan. 60 




Chester A 


4 Jan. 83 




Arland E 


6 Oct, 87 




Jesse F 


4 Dec. 91 




Samuel F 


23 Feb. 94 




WiUard S 


20 Jan. 01 




Wentworth, Ernest W 


6 Nov, 79 


A 


Weymouth, Robert L 


21 Oct, 70 WA 


Clara A (Fowles 


31 July 65 




Bessie E 


21 Feb. 98 




Wellington, Lizzie (Pinkham 


15 Jan. 58 


B 


Wellington, William A 


25 Sept. 44 




George A 


10 Nov, 6j 




Walker, George P 


28 Nov, 37 


B 


Olive M (Lermond 


12 Sept. 43 




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Young, Lottie P 


27 Aug, 44 


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CITY BUILDING, 



(I 

Tei.fption'e ROCKLAND, ME, 



Libt of Deaths. 



We give herewith a list of deaths as reported to 
the Town Clerk, from 1892 to 1903 : 
1892 
Jan. 17 Lorinda Ames, 

29 Freelove Fish, 

30 Belinda Worthing 
Feb. 2^ Annie F. Dyer, 

27 Maynard M. Fish, 

28 Franklin M. Collamore, 
Mar. 16 John E. Thorndikc, 

18 Flora Grinnell, 
Apr. 10 Benj F. Sprague, 

26 Raymond H. Robbins, 
William C. Newbert, 
Willard Sprowl, 
Magnus Gordon, 
Lucy E. Meservey, 
Ansel L. Fuller, 
William Jacobs, 
Lyman P. Harwood, 
Timothy S. Ripley, 
Lovina T. Luce, 
Zebedee Simmons, 
Everard F. Gushee, 
Llewellyn E. Butler, 
Lucena G. Keller, 
Mercy Dyer, 
Jesse Esancy, 
Bertha E. Ames, 
Alden Towle, 
Wilson Sprowl, 



May 


4 


June 


2 


July 


8 




20 


Aug. 


17 




21 




24 


Sept. 


5 




10 




7 




14 




23 




30 


Oct. 


21 


Nov. 


7 




13 




16 


Dec. 


4 



Yrs 


Mos 


Dys 


66 


10 


17 


91 






60 


I I 


6 


37 


9 




2 


9 


15 
I 


37 








6 


I 


64 


5 


16 


19 


3 


27 


75 


5 


16 


60 






16 


10 




17 


6 


4 


15 


10 


10 


63 


3 


18 


60 


IC 


13 


63 


6 


10 


82 


5 


25 


84 


6 


17 


J 


5 

T T 


7 


84 


1 1 

6 


17 


83 


1 1 


21 




I 


13 
20 


62 


8 


16 


60 


6 


2 



78 



HARRY C. PEASE, 

Justice of the Peace, 

APPLETON, ME. 

V. O. KELLAR, 

BlaACKSBIITH 

Horse Shoeing and Jobbing. 

APPLETON, MAINE. 

C. M. Walker, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

Qlover Block, 
Rockland, Maine 



79 

i893 

Jan. 5 Amelia Richards, 

Feb. 3 Clement Ripley, 

Mar. I William Smith, 

23 Willard R. Moody, 

27 Lydia R. Ripley, 

Apr. 8 Nellie V. Pitman, 

14 Lucinda Ripley, 

20 Joel McKinney, 

23 Joseph P. Fish, 
May 2 John C. Pitman, 

21 Inf. dau. R. S. Keene, 
June 6 Grace D. Wadsworth, 

24 Nancy A. Chaples, 
July 18 John Hall, 

26 George Grinnell, Jr., 
Aug. 3 Hannah W. Perry, 

7 Elbridge G. Robinson, 

10 Martha E. Hall, 

11 Ann Bickford, 

17 Randall Wellman, 

30 Ava A. Conant, 
Sept. I Isaac Conant, 
Nov. 14 Alice Bowes, 
Dec. 6 Nancy Hanly, 

20 Frank A. Gushee, 

31 William Collins, 
1894 

Jan. 6 Sarah E. Fairbanks, 
14 Laura A. Ames, 

Feb. 9 Julia H. Wadsworth, 
17 Priscilla Simmons, 

Mar. 10 Frank Murry, 

24 Annie McCurdy, 



Yrs 


Mos 


Dys 


38 






74 


10 


12 


66 


10 


I 


58 


2 


17 


35 


I 


10 


34 


3 


18 


77 






43 


10 


2 


66 


4 


17 


44 


6 


12 
13 


2 


7 


4 


63 


5 


20 


83 


7 


3 


II 


5 


2 


65 






81 


I 


6 




6 


13 


84 


3 


15 


7?> 


10 


7 


4 


8 


24 


76 


6 


II 


24 


II 


28 


87 


1 1 


6 


51 


2 


26 


85 


2 


14 


56 


3 


3 


56 


4 


14 


I 


3 


23 


92 


4 


30 

2 


52 


2 


29 



Prescriptions Accurately Compounded from 
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J. W. Bowers, 

DEALER IN 

Stoves. Furnaces, Tinware. 

Agent for the Famous Clarion 
and Glenwood Ranges. Has a 

COMPLILTi: LINI. Or NICKEL WARE. 



COR. OF COMMERCIAL PA MR CM MC 

AND BAY VIEW STREETS. UMItILIlII) IiILi 



H. L. ROBBINS, 

Dealer in 

Drugs m Patent medicines 

Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery and 
Fancy Goods. 



Agent for Dr. Miles' and Dr. Shoops' Medicines, 
Central of Union Telephone Company. 



81 

1 894 

Apr. 5 Malinda Wellman, 

13 Mark Ames, 

June 7 Nellie A. Stickney, 

8 Eliza A. Peaks, 

July 16 Adeline A. Kcnniston, 

Oct. 7 Thomas A. Gushee, 

20 Harry A. Butler, 

Dec. 5 Mary J. Davis, 

6 Margaret Richards, 

24 Sarah A. Conant, 
30 Annie M. Sleeper, 

1895 

Jan. 14 Uriah N. Dyer, 

Feb. 4 Rebecca Martin, 

12 Willhamp Titus, 

16 Susanna Cummings, 

28 Annette C. Lermond, 
Mar. 2 John Esten Stuart, 

4 Nathan Hawkes, 

5 William B. Conant, 

25 Jesse Keller, 

25 Stephen Simmons, 
Apr. 2 Emery M. Keller, 
18 Verna Pease, 
18 Lucy Simmons, 

29 Ethel I. Gushee, 
June 9 Hannah C. Perry, 

24 Ambrose Heycr, 

29 Francis O. Keating, 

July 6 Horace Titus, 

7 Sarah Esancy, 

18 Sarah P. Fish, 

19 Freeman Esancy, 



Yrs 


Mos 


Dys 


66 


II 


4 


68 


II 


13 


38 






56 


10 


6 


71 


9 


2 


69 


2 


2 


I 


1 1 


26 


56 


I 


9 


72 


6 


5 


76 


10 


10 




I 


24 


88 


4 


13 


83 




22 


16 


6 


20 


81 


9 


26 


54 


9 


20 


26 


10 


18 


69 




16 


77 


6 




2>6 


3 




58 


1 1 


10 


63 


8 


25 


23 






76 


9 




15 


7 


5 


60 


8 


22 


60 


8 


10 


48 


2 


14 


82 


10 




93 


2 




66 


8 




66 


7 


I 



82 



F. L. Davidson, 

Agent for the Celebrated 

Heath & Milligan Best Prepared Paints 

Also a Full Line of Oils, Dryers, 
Varnishes, Paint Brushes, White Wash Brushes 

And all goods pertaining to a first-class line 
of Paint Goods. 

Frank H. Ingraham, 

nmmy and Counsellor 
at Caw, 

I Limerock Street, Rockland, Maine. 
JOHxM SIMPSON. ROSCOE STAPLES. 

Simpson 8t Staples 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

!)arne$$e$, Collars, Crunks, Bags, etc 

Repairing Done Promptly and in a 
First-Class Manner. 

369 Main Street, - - Rockland, Maine 



83 



1 895 






Yrs 


Mos 


Dys 


July 


21 


Cora E. Kimball, 


42 




17 


Aug. 


8 


Israel R. Hills, 


76 


7 


14 




24 


Atwood Ripley, 


74 








26 


Marion E. Hall, 




6 


5 


Sept. 


4 


Olive A. Wright, 


34 


5 


22 




8 


Willis W. Maddocks, 


27 


8 


16 




17 


William D. Graham, 


77 


9 


19 




26 


Sarah Collamore, 


79 


9 


I 


Oct. 


3 


Jcthro Simmons, 


69 


8 


12 


Nov. 


14 


Caro A. Sukeforth, 


32 


5 


15 




. 7 


Frances Hall, 


81 


4 


17 




14 


Timothy Sullivan, 


77 








26 


Caroline A. Gushee, 


64 


2 


6 




28 


Addic A. Moody, 


48 


4 


21 


Dec. 


3 


Laura E. Maddocks. 


18 


8 


I 




26 


Nancy H. Wentworth, 


82 


I 


17 


1896 












Feb. 


6 


Mahala Chapman, 


91 


9 


22 




II 


Seth C. Hart, 


26 


6 


2 




16 


Warren P. Wentworth, 


70 


2 


27 


Mar. 


22 


Galen S. Keene, 


76 


8 


18 


Apr. 


12 


Ansel Turner, 


4 


5 


14 




14 


Eleanor Titus, 


87 








15 


Preston H. Fuller, 


4 


8 


I 




20 


Eunice Hart, 


81 




9 




20 


George W. Rokes, 


69 




24 




30 


Isabel Keene, 


92 




5 


May 


4 


Mary E. Pease. 


67 


4 


16 




13 


Will A. Rivers, 


33 








22 


James Hall, 


73 


3 


8 


June 


29 


Georgie L. Wentworth, 


24 


7 


30 


July 


r 
3 


Gustavus Kenneston, 


83 


8 


30 




5 


Hamlin Weymouth, 


32 


1 1 


21 



84 



Adelbert lillett, M. D, 

Searsmont, Maine, 

Connected by Telephone. 

Office Hours 8 to lo A. M. 



NOTARY PUBLIC 



COLLECTIONS 



JAMES E. RHODES, 2d. 

eounscllor at tm 

WILLOUGHBY BLOCK, 341 MAIN STREET 
ROCKLAND, MAINE. 
Telephone 306-5. 



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DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, 

Boots, Shoes, and Rubbers. 

Best Line of Clothing, Hats, Caps and 
Furnishing Goods in Town. 

A New Line of Mattings, Eloor Oil Cloths, Curtains 
and Wall Paper. 



85 



1896 






Yrs 


Mos 


Dys 


July 


8 


Vestina A. Pease, 


62 


I 


8 


Aug. 


12 


Phoebe A. Brown, 


73 


7 






15 


Maynard F. Edgecomb, 


I 




16 


Sept. 


26 


Harriet A. Simmons, 


55 


7 


6 


Oct. 


17 


Ethel A. Smith, 


2 




14 




19 


Lilla Wellington, 


27 


2 


15 


Nov. 


6 


Bailev Grinnell, 


79 


6 


29 




7 


Albert E. Fish, 


23 




12 




17 


Morton Bennett, 


89 


4 


13 




30 


Raymond D. Williams, 




5 


7 


Dec. 


3 


Margaret Gordon, 


79 


1 1 


3 




9 


Mildred L. Bean, 




1 1 


12 




II 


John Arnold, 


87 


7 


II 


1897 












Jan. 


5 


Louisa Weymouth, 


60 


6 


18 




6 


Emily S. Tvviss, 


6-] 


7 


29 




16 


John B. Gushee, ^ 


30 


1 1 


16 




2Q 


Daniel Sullivan, 


81 


I 


4 


Feb. 


I 


William C. Gurney, 


28 


3 


2 




II 


Joseph Bartlett, 


71 


4 


26 


Mar. 


14 


Lizzie M. Linscott, 




4 


15 




20 


Abigail Simmons, 


82 


9 


10 




24 


Prudence E. Pease, 


75 


I 


4 




29 


Ichabod Foss, 


77 


1 1 




Apr. 


2 


Lydia M. Foss, 


75 


I 


10 




16 


Lola A. Sherman, 


16 


2 


16 


May 


17 


Ellison E. Maddocks, 


60 


10 


27 




21 


Mabel Sprague, 


22 


10 




June 


5 


Clementine Simmons, 


83 


8 


16 




18 


Samantha Clark, 


60 






July 


10 


Martha H. Burkett, 


60 


7 




Oct. 


I 


Rufus Linscott, 


63 


1 1 




Sept. 


22 


Alice Lermond, 


17 







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^ 87 

1897 

Nov. 3 Lucy A. Gushee, 

9 Betsy C. Ripley, 

1 1 Isaac Wellman, 

15 Cushman E. Harden, 

26 Arthur C. Henderson, 

27 Florence Ames, 
30 Harry L. Fuller, 

Dec. 9 Willie H. Young, 

1898 

Jan. 10 Leland S. Ripley, 

12 Elijah D. Gushee, 
Feb. 24 Wilbert A. Gushee, 
Mar. 30 Ethel J. Linscott, 
Apr. 14 George E. Robinson, 
May 17 Myra S. Ripley, 
Aug. 4 Mary J. Bartlett, 

19 Nancy J. Pease, 
Sept. 20 Ellen A. Wadsworth, 
Oct. 10 Judson Gould, 

Dec. 17 Arzilla B. Hadley, 
2-] Hattie M. Mitchell, 
29 Catherine A. Sidelinger, 

1899 

Jan. I Marie McLain, 

5 Edwin S. Burgess, 

16 Eliza J, Burkett, 
21 Mary Wellman, 

Feb. 18 Isabella Hysler, 

18 Hattie L. Pinkham, 
18 Albert Hysler, 

20 Ai Maddocks. 

27 Delphina Robbins, 
Mar. 7 George E. Butler, 



Yrs 


Mos 


Dys 


70 


I I 


5 


85 


I 


1 1 


77 


I I 


II 


57 


6 


5 


2 


7 


29 


2 


5 


23 


27 


1 1 


I 


15 


3 






2 


4 


57 


I 


13 


45 


10 


18 




7 


10 


44 


1 1 


14 




7 


2 


84 


9 


6 


84 


7 


23 




9 


18 


44 


9 


I 


70 


^ 


21 
I 


78 


10 




8 


10 


21 


18 


3 


I 


81 


8 


15 


81 


8 


19 


51 


10 


26 


^5 




15 


63 


I 


24 


32 


8 


20 


64 


6 


25 


24 


I 


I 



88 

1 899 

Mar. lo Horatio Dunton, 

Apr. 27 Henrietta Young, 

June 22 Ella C. Lenfest, 

July 27 Jason Maddocks, 

Aug. 14 John H. Seavey, 

20 Josephine F. Gould, 

24 Elvira G. Meservey, 
Oct. 10 Susan F. Gushee, 
Nov. I Elizabeth C. Simmons, 

22 Perley L. Butler, 

25 Rebecca Ripley, 
Dec. 21 Mary J. Sibley, 
1900 

Jan. 29 Levina H. Fuller, 
Feb. 14 Samuel B. Ripley, 

17 John E. Hanly, 
Apr. 2 John L. Ouinn, 
4 James F. Clark, 
Leonard E. Hall, 
May 8 Isaac Fuller, 

19 William S. Linnekin, 

21 Rose H. Davidson, 
2 1 Abbie O, Newbert, 
25 Joseph A. Gushee, 

30 Joseph W. Shepherd, 

31 Ruth G. Martin, 
31 Nancy Moody, 

Oct. 6 Horace I. Hannon, 

4 Sarah M. Richardson, 

12 Oliver Boggs, 

24 Zcnas Fuller, 
Nov. 25 Everett E. Fish, 
Dec. 15 James L. McCorrison, 

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8 Milton R. Simmons, 


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3 Henry A. McLain, 


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12 Artist VV. Pease, 

19 Elizabeth L. McCorrison, 

19 Pauline E. Linscott, 
June 27 Mary M. Harriman, 
July I Juliana M. Johnson, 

18 Hezekiah P. Murry, 
Sept. I Marcellus Maddocks, 
7 William J. Martin, 

21 Ambrose Maddocks, 
Oct. Mark Perry, 

Nov. 10 Mary A. Thompson, 

23 Emma J. Bennett, 

27 Jennie L. Snow, 

28 John Thompson, 
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Rodney 1. Thompson, 

Attorney at Law* 

401 Main Street, - - Rockland, Maine 



Directory. 



POST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 

F. L. Davidson 

A. Wentworth 

S. O. Bartlett 



Appleton, 
No. Appleton, 
West Appleton 
Burkettville, 
Elmwood, 



George A. Miller 
Mrs. E. A. Lamson 



HOTEL. 



Valley House, 



Selectmen, 

Town Clerk, 
Treasurer, 
Collector, 
Supt. Schools, 
School Committee 



A. E. Fish, Proprietor 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

J. T. McCorrison, V. O. Keller, 
G. W. Gushee. 

B. H. Keller 
Harry C. Pease 
Jesse L. Wentworth 
Stephen J. Gushee 
George F. Fogg i year, Stephen 
Miller 2 years, Isaac Hall 3 years 

SOCIETIES AND NIGHT OF MEETING. 
Appleton. 
I. O. O. F., Appleton Lodge, No. 75, Friday 

D. of R., Golden Rod Lodge, No. 31, 

2d and 4th Wednesday 
P. of H., Georges Valley Grange, No. 96, Saturday 
G. A. R., David Esancy Post, No. 69, Saturday p. m. 
Almond Gushee Relief Corps, No, 19, Saturday p. m. 
W. C. T. U., 1st and 3d Friday 

No. Appleton. 

I. O. G. T., Georges Valley Lodge, No. 162, 

Saturday 



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BURKETTVILLE. 
I. O. G. T. , Pine Plains Lodge, No. 150, Tuesday 
P. of H., Mcdomac Valley Grange, No. 175, 

Saturday 



Trial Justice, M. F. Hanly 

Deputy Sheriff, G. W. Gushee 

Attorney at Law, M. F. Hanly 

MERCHANTS. 
Appleton. S. J. Gushee, H. C. Pease & Son, F. L. 
Davidson, L. M. Gushee, Dry Goods 
and Groceries. 

Lottie P. Young, Millinery and Fancy 
Goods. 
No. Appleton, A. Wentworth, Jas. H. Dixon, Dry 

Goods and Groceries. 
Burkettville. A. K. Burkett, George A. Miller, Dry 

Goods and Groceries. 
West Appleton. Colby R. Bartlett, Dry Goods and 
Groceries. 

MANUFACTURERS. 
Appleton. G. H. Page, carriages; S. J. Gushee, 
lumber; V. O. Keller, P21den Dyer, 
blacksmiths; G. H. Page, carriage 
painting; Willard Sherman, J. F. Edge- 
comb, stave mills; Annie McLain, 
Lottie P. Young, Mrs. E. E. Ripley, 
dressmakers; E. E. Ripley, mason; 
H. N. Titus, wood worker; F". A. Went- 
worth, watch and clock repairing. 
No. Appleton. R. S. Keene, saw, planing and grist 
mill; Josef)h A. Ames, stave mill; 
Bessie D. Kt-ene, dressmaker. 



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Burkettville. S. J. Gushee, saw and stave mill; 
George Millay, saw and stave mill and 
coiled hoops; A. M. Dow, blacksmith 
and general repairing. 

TELEPHONES. 

N. E. T. & T. Co. S. J. Gushee, Agent 

Union Telephone Co. H. C. Pease, Agent 



History. 



Appleton was originally a plantation. Was in 
the state of Massachusetts till the formation of the 
district of Maine in 1820. Was incorporated as a 
town, January 28, 1829. The first records of the 
plantation are dated 18 12, giving account of the 
meetings at the school house in Dist. No. 2, on Ap- 
pleton ridge, "near Abiatha Richardson's." 

The first tozvn meeting was held April 13, 1829. 
February 20, 1843, ^ portion of the town of Hope 
was annexed to it, which was about 5 I -2 miles long, 
2 1-4 miles wide on Union line and i 3-4 miles wide 
on Searsmont line, and included the villages of 
McLain's and Packard's Mills. 

The old Hope-Appleton line was about half 
way from the river to the ridge road and run nearly 
parallel to it. 

In the spring of 1844 the inhabitants built a 
town house on land purchased of Willis Fish, and 
the first meeting was held in it June 25, 1844. 

It is supposed that the first settlement was in 

1775- 

The village of -HSV Appleton formerly called 
McLain's Mills was settled by Fergus and Archibald 
McLain brothers who came from the town of Bris- 
tol, bought land of Gen. Henry Knox, Washington's 
Secretary of War, and built mills on the river, 
Fergus had a large amount of land on the west side 
and Archibald on the east side of the stream. Fer- 
gus was a "representative in the legislature at Bos- 
ton eight years and nt Portland five years. Was one 
of the framers of the Constitution of Maine, was first 
of the selectmen 2.2 successive years, when he de- 



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clined further service but always participated in pub- 
lic affairs till the time of his death." Archibald gave 
the land for a burying ground, provided the citizens 
would build a wall around it. 

The village of<^pAppleton formerly known as 
Packard's Mills was s^ettled by Reuben Packard, who 
built mills on the western side of the stream. This 
village was afterward known as Smith's Mills. 

Burkettville is the western part of the town for- 
merly called Burkett's Corner from one of its prom- 
inent citizens, Mr. Andrew Burkett, who built two 
mills on the Medomak river. Mr. Burkett was promi- 
nent in town affairs, representative to legislature, etc. 

The town was named in honor of a wealthy 
merchant of Boston, who gave a bell which is in the 
steeple of the Baptist church. 

The Friends meeting house, which stood in 
what is called the Quaker burying ground, was built 
in the early part of the century. The Friends met 
in silence for many years, but owing to lack of mem- 
bers finally discontinued. In 1868 the meeting 
house was moved and is now a part of the dwelling 
house of Mr. David Cummings. 

In 1845 ^^ 1848 the Geo/ges canal was built 
through this valley from Thorhaston to Searsmont. 
Freshets in spring, drougths in summer and ice in 
winter contributed to its downfall, but in spite of all 
these it did considerable business for several years. 
The first postoffice in town was at Pease's Corner, 
now known as Pitman's Corner, with Geo. Pease, 
Esq., P. M. 

Later history we will omit as most of our read- 
ers arc familiar with it. 



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