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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - April 1, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Insi Hinc w it the us a Init Couitt paper a a id Tolfe oily society journal on flaunt desert Island Degrasse Fox real estate. Cottages for rent i. It. Bab Habboba. Male a a wbb Buday even1k�, 1, 1903, i. Boduck pm lds at Jim a my a Babu a. Abb pm al. He what. Vlee president he first National Bank bar Harbor me. Fully �quipp1� Tob in tit a Ltd of banking. Ital Lus and profits �?�50.000.d a. A in cow. A in r a Aas j. . Heni a Lawford 000.00 cum. H. Wood. Geo. H. A wit. Cobbs Poni it snob invited. In several Nice cottages for rent at Hadcock Point. Iso a few Viry desirable Shore lots for Sale. I ba8b add Bess. In Geo. H. Grant co., general insurance agents Long distance phone. Bar Harbor or Ellsworth. St. Savior Church the new Rector with a a a Etc of Hli life and work. The ceo. H. Crant co. Leneral insurance real estate investments Ellsworth bar Harbor me i on distance Telephone. Iseris amp Carter at first Nat l Bank brokers for bar Harbor. A a. U�6l-l it Pudo co. Som by pm. Trim -. I by run of in a Omar til Ili tut of a Mon Pymm to to 1 door inv need of air memo atty Mutl i m us pin tar of a lie Hyrum Pum. 1 thu Laoinh a Yon in new we de to new it Niit a Nob pm a mme met Vlok e Emoru rep Knolto a a pm pm of mum a Uca to Copti Molur to in tau pm of tan Ramt 1 oods Nuto re a a for wteets a a Coe Plumis the pm m6 Yott to of Otic a to Smriti ice of m Bott a to eos. Youro vary of Neorr pianos pianola and aeolian for Sal and to cd other first class pianos to Bent at reasonable piio9sm. Steinert sons company the most reliable piano and Maslo Voase in tie world.44 cottage Street Var Harbor Maine with mess a. F. P. Pray a co. stable first class rigs of very kind by the hour Day week or season. Prompt services Good horses. Terms trim vehicles intelligent Drivers. Reasonable. James e. Foster proper. West Street bar Harbor. Repairing at Sawyer s or optical department is up to Date ind the proper it ting and adjustment f glasses is our specially. Ave a tidal graduates at Are on Fine watches. French clocks Diamond in i old jewelry renovated re gilded and made like new. Old Gold taken in Exchange for goods or repairs. Jewelry mfg to order. Looses jewelry store 98 main st. J e l l i s o n ii Tom pm of j e l l i s o n Call in and look Over the Spring line of samples for Len s suits and top Coats. There Are 500 different patterns. Liat Are up to Oft to. F. R. Fillison 32 main Street. Quot i Point race or and Buie shop come st. I itch boil a be revs. H. Green recently of the diocese of Chicago has been i appointed by it. Rev. Robert Codman d. D., Bishop of Maine As Rector of your s Cluj Rob har Harbor to fill the vacancy caused Over six months ago by the resignation of Rev. We. Osborn Baker. Or. Green is very reluctantly at the request of the record consented to the publication of the following sketch of his life and a Fork for he very much dislikes notoriety and Public mention Stephen Herbert Green is the youngest and last surviving son of the late it. Rev William Metcer Green d. L. L. the first Bishop of the diocese of Mississippi 1850 1887 and Charlotte Isabella Fleming his second wife. He was born at Chapel Hill North Carolina october 28th, 1849, his lather holding then the position of professor of Belles Lettres and chaplain in the . Or. Green s boyhood was spent in Mississippi and his Early education necessarily much interrupted by the civil War was obtained 1 Rigely under tutors and in private schools. His theological training was thorough and was received at the Berkeley divinity school Middletown conn., which he entered october 1868, and from which he was graduated without dispensation from any require intent in june 1871. His first Parish was All Saint s Church Grenada miss of which with four or five Mission stations within a radius of seventy five Miles he had sole charge from july 1871 to May 1877. While at Grenada or. Henry Ogden of new York visited the place on business and meeting or. A Green and finding pleasure in the Church services offered and on behalf of personal friends and himself presented a Fine Bell to the Little Church which Wai specially cast with appropriate inscription. The Bell is in perfect condition today and rings for every service from the new Church Tower which was afterwards erected. Or. Ogden was a relative of or. David Ogden the founder of the Church at bar Harbor. In May 1877, or. Green was urgently invited to take charge As Dean and Lector of st. Matthew s Cathedral Dallas Texas while in Dallas much Effort was expended in establishing missions in several quarters of the City All in Union and close touch with the Cathedral. One of these has since become an Independent Parish. A male choir was organised and vested a parochial school established under the charge of the late Rev. J. F. Hamilton the tone of Churchman ship improved and the spiritual life of the people deepened. With Bishop Garrett the most delightful relations were always sustained and All work was done with co operative sympathy Mutual affection and Confidence. A severe and prolonged attack of fever prostrated mrs. Green and together with or. Green s repeated attacks of vertigo caused the absolute necessity of seeking As soon As possible a colder climate. Therefore in july 1882 or. Green accepted a Call to Elgin 111., Here the health both of himself and wife greatly improved and the people enthusiastically responded to every Effort. After a Short pastorate s Parish , mop resenting a larger Field and greater opportunities begged or. Green to come. He Laboured in for twelve years december is 1s83 to december 1st,1895 healed the Divis Ioris built up a Large and devoted congregation entering with Zeal and earnestness into the work. While in st. Louis he was chaplain to the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and to their school Quot Bishop Robertson Hall Quot and through his suggestions the valuable property now occupied by the school was purchased by the generosity of a non resident who unfortunately failed in business before the payments were completed leaving a debt of >30,000 upon the property which has not yet been provided for although the Sisters and the school have been occupying it since 1887. Or. Green was also special chaplain by request of various Homes and charitable institutions and strangely enough for he is a Quot High Churchman Quot though not a Ritualist a for Many months with the Complete prayer Book offices ministered regularly to the Bethesda Homes founded by certain so called Quot reformed Episco in the fall of 1895, almost broken Down by overwork not put upon but unwisely from a physical standpoint a sought by him and also because of the rapidly increasing changes in and about st. Johns Parish by reason of the removal of Many to More favored parts of the City or. Green was about to ask for a three months leave of absence when a Call came to him to take a seemingly important but Iera exacting work in Alabama. This Quot Call Quot he hailed As a providential solution of the problem therefore he accepted it and removed in december 1895, to st Michael and All Angels Church Anniston Alabama. Here stands the Superb pile of buildings erected in 1888 by or. John i. Noble of Anniston As a memorial to his father and brother at a Cost of Over 1150,000.strong but unsuccessful efforts were made to induce 9m Eastern sisterhood to establish to e an Quot affiliated House Quot for bos-1 Petal educational and other work and As Money could not be secured in sufficient Quantity to equip and carry on until self support tag a Hospital with trained nurses or a sell Lidl with competent teachers or. Green returned to Missouri in a Short time accepting the charge of Grace Church Kirkwood a Beautiful suburb of st. Louis. Here he remained from september 189s to february 1898, when Bishop Gailor of Tennessee appointed him As Dean of st. Marys Cathedral Memphis. While in Memphis he was chaplain of the Church Home for orphans also chaplain and instructor in Christian ethics at st Mary s school for girls. With funds secured largely by Bishop Gailor for the erection of a new Cathedral or. Green had the old building removed suggested ideas for altering original plans of the crypt so that it could be utilised for services Etc., and personally superintended it it erection. A comfortable residence for the Dean was also purchased and through the Courtesy and co operation of one of the laymen plans were set on foot which have since resulted in the erection of a handsome Hoine for the Bishop of the diocese. An addition costing nearly $4000 was made to the Church Home and $5000 added to the endowment fund. The Experiment of living in the South began again to prove disastrous to the health of or Green s family necessitating Long and expensive trips to a colder Clin ate each summer and most reluctantly in june of 1901, at the end of three and a half years he Felt obliged to take up his residence near the Salt water at Ipswich mass while sojourning there a former Parish in the diocese of Chicago earnestly begged that he would come Back to them and in october 1901 he went for the second time to Elgin 111., expecting to remain during his lifetime. Not Many months elapsed before physicians so Sli ugly advised and urged the seacoast As a permanent residence for some members of his household that he returned with his family to Ipswich in january 1903. Or. Green was a Delegate to the general convention of 1880 from the then missionary jurisdiction of Northern Texas also a Deputy to the general conventions of 1886, 1889, 1892 and 1895 from the diocese of Missouri and during his residence in Missouri and Tennessee member of the standing committee through his father s Mother or. Green is directly descended from the old Sharp less family a Sweet and Lovely generation of quakers of Westchester Pennsylva Nia his great grandmother l eing Marga ret Sharpless who married Richard Brad Ley of North Carolina prior to the Rev Lii tonary War. Or. I cen s maternal great Grandfather or. I Corgi Hooper of North Carolina was a relative of Wil Liam Hooper one of the signers of the declaration of Independence. In 1s71 or. Green married miss Cornelia m. Casey the youngest laughter of the late or. William Bryant Casey of Middletown conn., and Cornelia m. Heare who died at the birth of this child. Mrs. Ireen s step Mother who was very dear to her was the late mrs. Margaret de Koven Casey who for several years was a summer resident of har Harbor. Or. And mrs. Green have seven living children. The oldest son has a position and resides in st. Louis. The second son recently married lives in Memphis Tenn. Where he manages a group of lumber Mills. The two oldest daughters and the two younger children aged 11 and t3, live at Home. Another daughter is at st. Mary s school Knoxville 111., under the change of Rev. Chas. W. Lifting Well a Distant relative of the late Rector at har Harbor. On account of the Complete change in plans for the future necessitated by the very unexpected appointment to the Rector ship of st Saviours Church or. Ireen May find it impossible to bring his family to bar Harbor to reside permanently before the fall although he will remove thither and take official charge Early in Meiy. By the cordial invitation of Rev win. Osborn Baker or. Ireen is assisting with the lenten services and work at bar Harbor and hulls Cove at both of which places he has been most kindly and graciously welcomed. It will be a Long time before he can begin to fill the place of the present demoted Rector and the late Rector emeritus in the hearts of the people. In belief and practice or. Green has always been a consistent Churchman Loyal to the prayer Book with High and definite views of the historical continuity of the Church the apostolic character of her ministry her sacramental system and Catholic heritage the True inwardness of her doctrine and worship and an unfaltering Faith that when rightly presented appreciated and understood the message of Christ through her will be heard and heeded by the world. Or. Green thoroughly advocates the practical use and application of the Wise old Rule in essentials Unity in non essentials Liberty in All things . 1.1�., it Edward b. Mears cottages for rent or for Sale office bar Harbor Maine. Of the congregation rial Church and Parish that the reception Given or and mrs Mcdonald was not held at some place where All would have attended As there has been no Harmony or Fellowship in the Church or Parish since the addition of a Kitchen and the vestry s being used As a common Hall or place of amusement. The vestry was consecrated or dedicated with and As a part of the Church to be used for sacred purposes. Are we to have no reverence for god s House no place kept sacred for his worship a Church a Khmer. A pretty cottage. In the basement of the House is located a laundry and drying room and a toilet room. Calvin a Norris has charge of the Stone work which is such an attractive feature of this cottage and the plumbing is furnished by , Davenport amp co. The Range and Furnace were installed a Quot Green amp Reynolds. A test Case. Can a town prevent non residents taking cams from its Shore. An old English design worked out most exec tevely. Quot atlantean Quot is the name Fred l. Savage has Given to a pretty cottage he is building on the right hand Side of Atlantic Avenue looking towards the Louisburg the cottage is designed after the English style of architecture. It has a Story and a half front with Low Gables and High pitched roof built parallel with the Avenue. This makes the cottage really two and one half stories in height and gives Good effect eliminating what otherwise might be a Quatty appearance. The roof is ornamented on the front and rear by handsome Dormer windows. The House has a frontage of 55 feet and is 52 feet in depth. The first Story is built of Stone Rock faced and the second and Gables is of cementing construction panelled. The front Elevation shows a Central Terrace built of Stone which is reached by Large buttressed Steps. The front door opens from the Terrace into a Large reception Hall 17x18 feet with open fireplaces exclusive of the Stair Case which is built directly opposite the fron Entrance. The Stair Case leads to a Landing Midway be tween the first and second stairs beneath which is a Good size toilet room. A spacious seat is built the full length of the Landing. A five foot panel wainscoting with tapestry centres extends around the Hall. All the Wood work is finished in greenish tint. On the right of the Hall is a dining room 16x18 feet and on the left a parlor 16x20 feet. At the rear to the left is the den 14x15 feet. Each room has an open fireplace and mantel. On the right to the rear of the reception Entrance is had to the Butler s pantry g.6\ i6 feet and the Kitchen 15x15 both of which Are supplied with the latest plumbing. To the left of the Kitchen is the servants Stair ase and at the end the servants dining room Lxii feet and rear porch n the rear and Side of the den is a Large Piazza. On the second floor a Hall is i and out parallel with the House from image. Iii lie front is a Large l Droom i6.6xj.6 with two Large closets open fireplace and Nimit tel. At the right end of the Hali it Uvo bedrooms one on each Side. 1 be rear bedroom is 15x16 feet with 1.replace and mantel and Entrance to bail room. The front bedroom is 1.6x196 with open fireplace and mantel and Entrance to Bali room. In the left of the Hall is a Large Linen closet and a rear bedroom 12x15 feet with Large closet. At the extreme end of the Hall is a bathroom 7x9 connected with a front bedroom 15x18 which is furnished with an open fireplace and mantel and a Large closet. The attic or 3rd floor is reached by the servants Stair Case. Here Are located five bedrooms ranging in size from 9x14 to 12x13, there is also a servants Bath room a Large trunk room and a Linen closet on this floor. A query by tit Tkv sir Huhm it cd. Will Yea please give the following a place in the recoup it is very much regretted by members the legality of a town s municipal regulations prohibiting non residents taking clams from within its Borders furnished an interesting question in the municipal court at Ellsworth last week judge Peter presiding. The inhabitants of Lamoine brought suit against John Moore of Trenton for taking clams in the town of la Moine contrary to the municipal re Gula tons adopted at the town meeting held March 7, 1903. It seems that the inhabitants of Tren ton have paid Little or no attention to this regulation and have continued to take clams in Lamoine the town officials Oil la Noine at once took action to defend this regulation and issued complaints against John a Moore George a. Moore pierces Moore and Hayden a bunk Nall of Trenton. A a King appeared for the town of Lamoine and he Ham Lin and Fred l. Mason for the defend ants or King showed that under the state Laws a town was Given Power to enact such an ordinance As had been enacted by Lamoine and of ered the record of the town meeting to show that such Art ordinance had been passed. As the defendants admitted the charges in the warrants no verbal evidence was. Offered. For the defense or. Hamlin claimed that the ordinance As enacted by the town of Lamoine was illegal and could not be supported by the state in by. He also expressed a doubt As to the constitutionality of the ordinance As enacted by the town of Lamoine and claimed a a the complaint was not sufficient. Judge Peters said that he considered in a Case of great importance to ail the towns of Maine and that As far As he knew. Ii was the Case of its kind to conic up. He considered it a Case Lor the supreme court to decide and m order to hold the defendants lie would Fine to Ifni live lit Lars and costs. The do tenants Aiu judge i eters held Lii Eiri is Ivetic for the april Terni of tin Suprenuk it Outi or King Warnio that Ali 1 list 1 win ill Prosi Cihir any in Attrino iii. A a tak ? Lams in Langoine. Until he Nance a s Ili. Hired ill Gal l ii Fine of this Case is awaited with .1 Deal of As it May a Etc ini portent effect on the Clam in dist v county. Books and bookmakers. The time to read Lias s wife is now h. Fore you read anything at All. If Yot. Are the person we think you Are. Wit i the appreciation of nature that a readers of the did to have you la read the third chapter Over and Over again. I he Book is written by malt it Barker Dunn of Waterville and is pub Libed by l. C. I age Cooston the scene is Laid on one of the Small is Lancis Between Here and Rockland. 11 is a vivid character study and the descriptions have the ready wit and Bree a life that characterises All of mrs. Dunn s writing. She certainly made a hit in Quot Lias s wife Quot i c a. The mount desert nurseries we Miller Canada hard Wood ashes and Swift Lowell ground Bone for lawns and crass lands. Wood ashes of Good Quality contain the greater part of the essential elements of Plant food in their Best form and in Large Quantity besides increasing markedly the moisture holding capacity of soils. Valuable when used alone they form with Bone meal a Complete and excellent manure for lawns and grass lands we ten besides the Rich growth u gives has the great advantages of being wholly free from Weed seeds easily applied and free from ofte Sivo odor. Our Wood ashes Are unleashed thoroughly screened and the Best to be obtained. Prices upon application the office and greenhouses Aie upon Schooner Hub it Road and have Telephone connections. George l. Stebbins coinages for rent. Bumming lots on Soa Cli k i jump a i Teal Harbor me. Liin i Saft Olla ass and 108 produce Exon anti end Yew tt.,

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