Bar Harbor Times, April 9, 1902

Bar Harbor Times

April 09, 1902

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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - April 2, 1902, Bar Harbor, Maine M i iSUtagiv iSito^SîliQrirtiiiij..... -FkANK L. Stawtuii. MÀiWt RË^tS. Mayor Boolbby Tèlli iW ThMe Hâvè Bml AdvcitlMdU * Hiiiilfi^ Our ternt mikoii^ uid w» coidtelly t vlto the i«tld«nu of Bar Harbor lD«peet oar itoek lit iattrtMtt. M. StBIIIERT & 8QN8 COMPANY, 0«tli«e Btmti HMPbor« Maine. rith MMsrii. r. P. Prmy %E;. cuark & CO. OF WASHINGTON, D. C. We deihre to Inform yon that we will opo'n our enlarxed ■tore on nali» alreet, Bar Harbor, abnat April astb, lOOa, where ybo oan iM t «xmplete line of Mattlnsi, Ootton and otlMr Bat«( n«w ilui^ In Willow, Reedtand Madeira Fur-nltwi UplKrtiiter^ Furniture and Co?erto«8 ta varlefey, iMpoM «od doineltlc Cretonnea, Linen Tafleau, eiaiiiS Ohtat»». New Mnailn Cutuini, M^raa and^eia by tlMffti^v Otifna 8Hka, I>ownCndiIont, Ae. Old Furnl-ture fe-npholatMod aikl Mfeinid« M^ttiyMS« i»« Cuahkma made toor^, BalDboo and Bied Porch Shadea« Avntngi. ^ RMpeetlnlly« • W. E. CLARK A CO. AT '5its Htove opBpif tbe ^tnliic of 1902^tb the incMrt coniple^ stock evep showil til Bàr Harlfeör. [dies' Buits. Te atart tbe apring aelling ia our rarineot MeMoQ ;vttb a thorough-up'to^^date equipment of Tailor-r«de Suit«, Jackets, Separate ikirU, Walkipg Suite and !Skirt|, itOv We linve liad th^ very lieli, choose from, and we have selected tbe best .as to style. They ire made by tailor artists, the fit id finish is' all that could be de-It and Ibi pricea are as low lyllsfi and well made garments in be sold. ft carry the best and largest Hoe ~ Silks in town. re offer for thia aale loine re-»le Talaet in black Taiettas 8» at 76c, TtgwlftT price 59c at 08c» (i a ti 7ÖC " 1.2 I tbi«Mtoae«K,%rtb il.25. >«r|â|lipi§W« Foulait tlM «Mprtment of ima V« «ff aliqivfaig.Wash Goods, White Goods You will find our assortment of Summer cottou fabrics most complete. You will flod !he ideas of the best makers. Kid Cloves. Needltsa to tell you that the Kid Glove stock is now at it best. Selling Gloves od honor is a principal with us. They must be right in every way or your money back.Hosiery and Underwear, No department in the store re^ ceivasmore careful attention, no ..■Vl s • importapt Umm I itjQU are deair» 0110 of gatting M Mnest return lor Mor moDfyt tban buy you HoiMiy mà Uof^rwoar of ua. Maine's rapid growth as a summer resort state, until it is now known m '*the. summer pîay ground of the nation,** is due in a verV large measure to the extensive advertising given it by Col. ericE. Boothby, general passenger ijj^nt of the Maine Central railroad, with headquarters at Portland. How this has been accomplished can be best showfiln tbe story as told by the colonel to a repreaeo-tative of the Little Scboolmaaler In a recent ioterview. Jhe Printers* Ink man || always welcome to the "inner sanctuary,** as Col Boothby believes thoroughly in newspaper publicity for Maine and all that appertains to. her advancement and among his many duties as the head of one of the most important departments of one of the best managed, if not the laigeat, railniads in the United States, aa well as mayor of the city of Portland, he alwaya ânda time for a few minutes' chat with the "pencil pushers.*' "The first industrial advertlaing ever done of Maine was by a. little 24 page pamphlet which I had printed way back in the seventies soon aftçr I received. 0e appointment as general ticket agent of this company. It gave a l»rief dwcrip-tion of thé state, a list bf hotels whldi entertained tbe aummer boarders and list of special rate« for auniner toars. '*Ooe thousand copiea were ifsued and carefully mailed^to ticket agents in New England and the Middle States, located in the citie^ from which it aeèmed to me thl^ pages aod« ëTret^^dô-of ^«ooo-coples. From this germ InHl gréwa the advertising bureau of the general, passenger: department, which issuef each year a separate pubHoifon devoted to the M^e coast, another of the White Mountains, another of Maine's woods and lakes, each of Which conUin about 100 pages of standard railroad folder shce, 4x8 inches, made up of text and cuts and containing maps and lists of hotels, camps and boarding bouses in the section of which they treat, with an edition of ten to thirty thousand of each one per year. Besides these we issue many folders hi from four to sixteen pages, also, a pamphlet Riving, a list of all the hotels on or reached by this company's lines, another giving a list of summer tours, etc., until we now have in aur 'nature's play gr^ound scries*. publications, descriptive of Maine and her summer resorts. "We also, as you know, issue a monthly magazine. The Maine Central, with a circulation of from ten to thirty thousand copies and 20 to 50 pages a month, which goes to all parts of this country and to Americans in many foreign ciMes. "This monthly, for the modest subscrip. price of 50 cents a year, is filled each issue with descriptive and fine half-tones of interest to the traveler and summer tourist. ) "ThC~ phenomenal growth of Bar Harbor, the queen of all coast resorts, is due to the extensive advertising which we have given it, combined with its great scenic beauties, which hold the visitor when once he is induced to visit its shores and mountains. "On Waahiogton's binbilay in 1884, we opened our Mount Dessrt branch, which took the traveler to the shores of French-mans bay, from whence it was but a ahort ferry trip to Bar Harbor. "That year we commenced to advertise Bar Harbor, believing that thousands would visit it who had heretofore been debarred by the long, tedious trip from Boston by water, then the only means of jnoelalf I» ' I^iiii'isániwnif. s. t «iï froHn Mmâ along the achtis^r^ ilbp^]^ at ttf Àe rs ago 1 sent one of éy staff Lakes to see if there wai any rumors i^-had heatiil of the fiahing fherè. As his repoitt Indicate ^at there was to be ii^iése waters what was unquesUon-best black" bass fishing In the iStittes, I started in to make this , . with the result that today sized hotels are doing a splen-dM^mness there. One of them, The BilnHijle, has all modern improvements. I ifears ago, it did such a big busi-fiWtelHlityèar, that plana have been drawn t^oo^te its capacity^ *'**'I^àÎshows what publicity would do. ôtlielr^ii^art& of the state like the Ran^eley abd Mflotehead lakes have been similarly bootnitdi ubtil there are not hotels enough. to také care of all that wislTlONrome. ' WeÎMw.have in conteifiplation the z4-verttefjlgof Maine's abandoned farms as <^^rftble places to be purchased by those who wish to establish a permanent aummer iooie. Secretary of Agricultural Wilson said Utat heknew of no better place fbcfiinneirs than the so-called 'abandoned ifirimrt of the Eastern Sutes, particularly New England. The farms were not abandoned because they were not produc-tltt; but because of the alluring cry of the^ltléaand of the big farms of the westi' ' Many who left these farms failed ignooMnlohsIy in tbe west and would be glad to get back again to the snug little hone with its big bams and blossoming C^tisrds which they threw away so reck* li^ljir in the pursuit ot riches which were never gained. Many have returned and these* &rms are being gradually re-'claitBéd^ What induced me to consider the; MT^ from the standpoint of the siimmar, tourist was the many letters 1 recdve^which asked fur ^ust such places. f^^other little dodge which I have adopted ia a series of inserts which now nqmber over one hundred, made up from dippiiuv which I have made from publi- eathmi iHbich have extolled the beauties «f I am about to publish in fbrm under the title '^"o'llwrs seeul*. 1b our monthly magazines we ha^iilifilfcslly given the hotel pro- rT'-^T his an- ......m i« «nd whitmA^vIa, m making-of half-toiics so wit tb^ would'get good photographs foim f^mb to work, and have in. duced theM to use miure cuts and less descriptive matter and everyone of these sent out has:ke^[ped to advertise Maine. As president of the Portland Board of Trade some few years ago, i caused to be issued an attractive book of 50 odd pages descripttveof Portland, Me., telling the visitors what they could take in trolley and steamtwat trips in and around the pty. The prominence which Maine men have attained in national affairs has done much to make her name well known and our annual old home week inovement and yearly reunions are doin^ much to advertise us. Wliat can be done in the future is hard to particularise. There are hundreds of ways iti which publicity has been obtained. but it seems to me that one of the best ways to advertise Maine or any oth» r state, is for the people to have faith in it and talk it on all occasions, socially, in business, individually and collectively. .Maine has unquestionably more to'do with the entertainment of the rest of the world than any other stale in the union." — Printers Ink Mm- ÜAlIMfÉ; ü4lÍlK. HtmMM!i,tdlflNwh«« arjfl" MsMirr O, death, «fiM» te thj atli« ? Tenor Silo, "of^ the victory *'He Uv^iAo once was «lain. « Why ae^ tte hv^' midat the dead ? Kei^bet how the Savtour raid That Ha voold riae again," »ojind, O tlorfcNis hour I hy IHs own Almighty power He rcjM and left the jm. N^ let oar aong Hte trium Wlw bunt the bond« of dea And em Uvea (m high. Parker i^teU itn and hell, The firtt begotten of the dead. For u^e r^^r gloHous Head, Immortal Ufa to bring. Wiat though tte taints like Him shall die ? They riiate their Leader's victory. And triumph with their King I O joyful sound, O glorious hour, etc. Caral, Field reaching Mount Desert island. *^This isUi^ is tbe only place on the entire A^tk Seaboard where the mountains are combined uritb the sea. beetling cliffa witb4h« roar of the restless breakers, placid mountain lakes, inagged gorges clothed with gresn f<NVs^ wonderful I»ospects of lar-reachlng sea and towering mountain heights. '^It was only a few years before this that Mr. Alphevi Hardy, a Boston artist, bttUt the f^t cottage owned by a non- residfint aa4 today is dotted everywhere with pHlatial bqiM«, coating fortunes, and oceti^ by tbe most prombeat people in the fibudil and prafeielonal vorkL This tbròngb nñ leHic* »e extended last year ar0imd tsls^ to 9e»I Htrbor and KoribttfiHárbor.byqtacksteamer servici fliom o«r rail terminus at Mount WtiM fiow bunding stUl «mlfliaiwr bofttfr to add lo owr fleU A Service ST. SAVIOUR'S CHURCH. was Highly of Muaic that App^ated. The sixth choir festival service was given Sunday night, and like its predices-sors was an oceawion of much interest. An audience that nearly filled the spacious church gathered early, and from the organ prelude to the closing postlude the closest attention was given to the various numbers. The rector, Rev. W. O. Baker, conducted the r^ular services as contained in the ritoal of the Episcopal church and the responses by the choir were given with much feeling and expression. The musical portion of the program arranged by jMr. Maurice C. Rumsey, choir mast^, pertained^ large^ to Easter and the singing of the choir, which numbered thirty voteet or more, was exceptionally go^ Tbe tenor soto by G. Pres-cott Cleaves and the soprano solo by Master Harolft Whitiiore, were remark ably clear and full. The program was aa follows: Ffalade. Largo $) Beethoven Prooaasional HflSB, SfP. ' haart." Rajolce ye pure in , llaasiter Pi^ i 18, (Selsctk» le^) »Älttia. I «-am. Stigliar ny Lunl, sad I know not ny Lo>d, and I Whom Ch^tlsrisenl Christ Is risen I ^ He hath burst Hit bonds in twain; Cl^t U risen I Christ is risen I Allelnia I awaU the strain I For ow ^n He suffered kns H^athdie^|w^the cross, t-'hrUtb^nt ChristlsrisenI -He hfth burst His bonds in twain I Christ Is r^ Christ is risen I . A^uia I swell the strain. See the cluUns of death are broken E^h bdow and Heaven above Till He comes to earth again, ^^ Con*» to claim His bride. Ch^t is risen I Christ U risen 1 ^ ^ He hath burst His bonds in twaih; • .Christ is risen I AUekOa 1 swell tbe strain. ^teKte.Thi.aS?''"' Hnven, «ith joy and holy longing "Chriat Is risen! Earth, reioice I A .9**""% y* train 1 « AUxrcMlon. find a voice : He oVr an shall reign." ChristUri^I ChristlsrisenI ^ He hath barstJIls bonds In twain r ChristlsrisenI ChristlsrisenI O'er the universe to rrign. Soprano Solo, (from "The.Holy City." V* ^y came out of great tribula- m IS ------ ----------- brightness of the firmamef^t, and as the stars foreyerMd ever« Anthem, Mozart • !• Thy n^ Almighty Lord: all the angel^^rottiidsaKmtThvflirooe. Let altna^ tiOM^ before Tl^ and dKtere Thv wondrous wjA^ Wep^Tfc.w^v®thaiiJ»to Thee, thy th^, BndSr5f*ia^rhy Sgto^: T^ou art King over aU the world. Biaaaing and honor be to God forew and ever. Hymn, 491, "The church's one foundation." Wesley Offertory, Woodward pointed a committee on the purchase- a^ exchange of books to report ats fuüír* meeting. B. E. Clark and Charles B.^Pineo em appointed a committee to draw up papers for organisation ofi> the láw library association, according to Chapleé 46of the revised statutes of Maine/ Edward B. Mears offered the assocf^ aimn the use In the Y. MLG** A'^uilding oveVhfs office for the ternvoCf eight years at a rental of one dollar per year. Thia room is large and is akeady. fitted with book shelves, heated l)ysteain# and lighted by electricity. It is coove»-iently located, and tbe meeting voted tca^ accept Mr. Méars' generous offer. The county of Hancock has a year from the state treasury for the purpose of buying law books and the whole of thi» sum has always gone' to the law library iik the court house at Ellsworth. The lawyeis of Bar Harbor hope to get a portr»» •£ this money for the new library association-at Bar Harbor. The lawyers present at Wednesday*» meeting were: L. B. Deasy, Charlies H^ Wood, J. E. Bunker, Jr., B. E. Clark, A. H. Lynam, JR. N. Benson, Herbert L. Graham, Charles B. Pineo, E. B. Mears,. H. M. Cohners. Gau « - . J ^">ey wmchwmeoutof ^t tribuía /And they slull shine as the brightness of the REPUBUCAN CLUB. A CaU to the Republican Voters of Town of Edtti». flkr The sun shall ^nomore thy Ikht by day; nei- Fm#»rv ther for brightness the moon by night; but the '^""Cry. Jrf i^y God shall be thine everlasting light, and I The following call for a meettng:t>f the republican voters of the town of £dcB' has been issued by the republican tow-committee, and posters announcii^ tüft; same have been placed in the severaf vilP-lages composing the town.. There will be a meeting of the repub^ lican voters of the town of Eden Saturday evening,. April 12, 190z, at 7.30 at the-Grand Army hall for the purpose of organising a republican club. All voters of said^town' sre cordially invited to attend wi'^ut regard to fast;, political affiliations who will assist in^ ther or^nhntion of said club and support'the: nominees of the repubKoan party. It w desired and urged that this meeting shall be fully attwided. The members of tlte town connnfttec^ are Serenas Rodick, chairman; John SUaa-insby, secretary; Calvert (i. Hamor, CHas.. F. Paine, E. Clärlt. Esq., Howard C_ V'M, v»uu aiiii thyGodihyirlory. Thine eyes shiill see the Kinir in His beauty; they shal. behold the land which is far oft. " O God of saints to Thee we cry: C) Saviour, plead for us on high : O Holy Ghost, our Guide and Friend. Grant us Tny grace till life shall end: That with all saints our rest may be; In that bright paradise with Thee. " 'Keji)ice, the Lorf' G.E. Stubbs Costa Recessional Hymn, 457, is King.'*^ PostluJe, March from "Naaman." LAV LIBRARY. Bar Harbor Lawyèrs FornV'^n Assotia-Üon. A meeting of the lav\ycrs of I5ar Harbor was held last Wednesday in the office of U. E. Claric wlien it was voted to form a corporation for the purpose of organising and maintaining a law library association at liar Harbor. Mr. 1.. 15. IJeasy outlined the plan which it is propo.sed to adopt. After the matter had been thor oughly discussed. L. B. Deasy, A. H. Lynam and John E. bunker, Jr., were ap- The fall election will b? the most mr-portant election in the history of the town. Heretofore Eden has b^^ clasMct 'I with other towns and representatives have •• been elected in accordance ^ith the-Bs^ » usually appertaining tosuch ilassifecali« r>. This year Eden will have f^ privileaf»* of electing one of '^er own citrus ti»< rep^ resent her in the state legislalurt^ Mr. E. S. Clark is a candidate /op the nomination of state .venator and so far as. is known iht-re is no opposition to hi.* nomination. 1 here are two candidates for the repvibliraa nomination as repre-sentative.s Ixith from Bar Hatl)or. Dr. C. C. Mdrtisoti and H. I,. Hadley are the ( andidatt-s, and a« both men have follow ing livtlv times may be t-xpeoted'. Hut wlu>cvcr receives the rcpuliliciaa nomination will tuid no easy tasii befort-liim. liion K. Whitney who. it ia undei; stood, IS the democratic canditiati for notninaiion, as ri-prcsentative has a pretty large following who may he expected trv exert themselvis as ntver before. The Mount Desert Nurseries, WM. imiLLEW, Manager. Treesn Shrubs, Vines, Herbaceous and Bedding Plants. Planting of everv kind planned and carriM out..... Xlne Nurseries are open «to visitor«. Tha (MVloa and Craanhousea aia upon Sohoonar road and hava talaphona oonnaotlonf. Maad F. R. JELLISON s WEAR Conchiiien't Lif«rÍM m»àê lo ordtr at popular priotf. CLEANSING, PRESSING AND HEPAIRINfi Newport Drlfoway. B3. X^ueLWXtOBlBO-OBI,. "^fc^CONTRACTOR ÄND BUII.IMBR' SHOP COftME ST.. lU UM IT ;