This must be early auto era.
If this were a place for horse it would say livery.
There is a T in front of the house on the right of the pic.
Theirs two Ts on the right and one in front of the house on the left. Can't see well enough to date.
The church is behind the second telephone pole on the left of the road.
That's sure a nice looking stretch of pavement for a town with a name like "Manybumps"! Ha,ha,......harold
Great photo Herb, don't know when this photo was taken, but I'm surprised to see three cars parked in the yards. Back in the day, I'd have thought there wasn't three cars in the whole state. Now to all my Maine friends & relatives don't get excited, cause I can still remember my Dad's first real vacation in Lovell, Maine back in the early 1950s. We stayed in a log cabin with no electricity (oil lamps),wood stove (for heat & cooking),surplus army blankets for bedroom doors and each morning we had to row across the lake to full 2 five gallon jugs with water from a picture pump in a spring. I must also say that was the best vacation ever, I can still smell the pine trees now.
One search I did said the name means plenty of fish.
There is over a 6000 acre lake there.
6700 acres and is only 58 feet deep
The telephone pole construction dates it to after 1910, and since those T's look to be black era cars, prolly 1920 or later. NET&T went to Bell system standards of ten pin arms (from six) in the first decade of the 20th century. This line is too well built to be a typical independent.