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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - April 15, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Dec russe Fox building. Inter nce broker record. The leading county paper the Only society journal on Riou it Desek Island. Degrasse Fox real estate. Cottages for rent vol. 17, �z50, 12. Rabboh main to wednesday evening april 16� 1903. Five cents j. A. Bodziok. Prem debt. pm big to. Abt Buk 8. A Whak. Vice president the first National Bank bar Harbor me. I tilt equipped Tob Liy debt kind of Osgi Timath banking. Capital it a surplus profits 150,000.00 $10,000.00 in Rector. J. A. Bolok. A. 8. Newman. Lenry a Lawford Chas. H. Wood. Geo. H. Grant. Corbb8pondbncs inti cd. Several Nice cottages for Bent at Hancock Point also a few very de amp arable Hore lots for Sale. I ba8b addrbs8 the Geo. H. Grant co., general insurance agents Long Diat apoe Harbor or ceo. H. Grant co. General insurance real estate investments Ellsworth bar Harbor me Long distance the Lepome. Surls amp Carter at first Nafi Bank brokers for by Harbor. 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M. spend easter in Boson the Abbey Sargent decorations. 1 had heard of the Flower bedecked Boston common the Early Spring tonic delights of the Hub till i longed to turn my eyere from the much More slowly Awakening verdure of Maine make my Spring visit to these Elysian Fields. But unfortunately i chose the coldest Days of the Spring. A penetrating chilliness was in the air the parlor car was draught discouraging though impotent Snow flurries whitened the landscape All along the route the few ambitious tulips on the common awakened in me no admiration Only a deep feeling of pity compassion. I knew just How cold they were. Mine Friendly Host the doctor brought Forth rhinitis pellets cough syrup simultaneously with his handshake of Welcome. Sunday was too cold to venture Forth at All so i stayed in All Day used nasal douches Throat sprays took Medicine every half hour. The following Days were such that i rejoiced that i still wore my Winter hat notwithstanding we had had All our Spring millinery openings at bar , stable first class bios of Vert kind by thai hour Day week or season. Pro Mirt services Good horses. Trim vehicles Latell Igent Drivers. Terms e. Foster proper. West Street bar . H. Kittredge dea1.�rmeats, groceries provisions. At wholesale retail. In order to meet the requirements of the times to accommodate my numerous patrons i have recently rom Deleel a. Part of my store thereby making a commodious modern meat Market it will be fully equipped in charge of a Man acquainted with the business. I he Market will be run in connection with my grocery business which will be of advantage to my patrons. 21 it. Desert st., or horror. e. Whitney,6 cottage Street. Next door to Post Oce. Is prepared to furnish cottagers wit Choice family groceries Why not give them a trial Bee if they can t satisfy you ? sole Agento for the famous Somerset club Goriee s. S. Pierce s goods a specially. Bion e. Whitney. While buying some books monday on the masters of Quot Art at guilds it occurred to me that perhaps Here i could Settle the question of connection Between sir Edward Philip Burne Jones that had been troubling the Art students at Home so i aii ked the Young lady in attendance if she could Tell me something of the latter Quot Well not much Quot she said. Quot but he was in Here Quot in Here yesterday Quot i did not even know he was in this country. In fact ignorant As it May seem i was not sure he lived would have been Only a trifle less surprised had she told me Leonardo or Raphael had called at that Art Headquarters. It would Only have suggested Kendrick bang s Houseboat or Henry Ward Beecher s reappearance in the flesh which has lately been happening according to or Funk. Quot yes he is visiting president Eliot i think in Cambridge either him or professor Norton. He is a big Broad shouldered Man very English he painted the Vampire you know is the son of sir Edward bume Jones. The world is Small indeed. But Boston is growing tremendously. The crowds in the shops in the subway Are very like those in Natl York never do shop 1 hate it but Oneal the big stores Lay directly in my path yesterday so 1 went through the store rather Tolian around it. The women Wei a three tiers deep about every counter the aisles were throne red with others while Here there a pour for Lorn Man was Lua Teliin samples ?.nd looking As Moch out of place As i kit. Wednesday i took advantage of tie downpour of rain to spend a few hours in the Public Library to gaze on Abbey s Sargent s new work. Abbey s holy Crail is now completed forms a frieze of Brilliant color about the room. It is interesting to follow the Scarlet garbed ral Ahad in his quest for the grail through the Sedes artist a Beautiful pictures. Sargent s new piece of decoration across 4he opposite his prophets cover Only a part of the of the corridor leaving still the of Effing the two Long Silt is to be completed of the work apportioned him. I had read Many critic Wisnas of this last work was prepared for the by Zantine Stiffney if the figures but to Cimic Sui could Piemme one ii the grotesque idea of the Trinity three Gois in one thai overshadow the group. I n less one is a Holly Pagan one can not mire the dark i brawn men with the self same face cupid in Barbaric costumes covered with one single cloak the Only thing besides Tulve a likeness of feature that suggests Unity. It is a Relief to turn one s Back on this Iet one s eyes Resit on the head pitiful prophets opposite. A it the Luik co4iiplcied is but a a i i of the whole it is hardly fair to Rommert unfavourable till the whole scheme is the whole allegorical Story written to pictures is read to us by some one Olio can interpret what the great artist is give tag. Coques Trinty which will always i suppose be called Phillips Brooks Church. In a Wreath placed at the foot of the bust of this reverend preacher were More Flowers i think than i Ever saw before in one combination Rose orchids hyacinths daisies violets pansies tuberose every kind of Flowers were blended in one harmonious whole with Maidenhair Fern so la it in the Gigantic Wreath. Here Only was there color the other Church decorations were pure White lilies in part fusion ropes of Smilax. At or. Saunderson s Church at Cambridge a chorus of 70 children made the old Church soon to celebrate its first Century resound. All easter afternoon the Well dressed people filed up Down that Beautiful mall. Commonwealth Avenue. Sunday was Bright sunny though Chilly so that outside wraps were necessary though a few foolish ones had discarded them. The gowns Are certainly Beautiful this Spring but the hats Are grotesque. Not one in a Hundred is Graceful or becoming. Saturday morning before easter 1 dropped in to Faneuil Hall Market a busier place 1 never expect to see. Or. Cumings was not too Busy he never is to give a cordial greeting. All Down the Busy Mart first on one Side then on the other i saw familiar faces responded to cordial greetings from those who go from Here to bar Harbor those who come from Home to fill positions Here Louis Urann fills one of these positions across the Street is Martin l. Hall s big wholesale grocery House. Percy Rogers Dunbar is working his Way toward the top with an amb tion that is sure to b. Mear. Cottages for rent or for Sale. Bar Harbor Maine. Office statute a on february 20, 1902, by w. W. Cutter grand master Russell a Dyer grand Secretary Mary a Burr vice president Rebekah Assembly. The Row Ena Rebekah Lodge no. 91 of Southwest Harbor assumed the chairs conferred the degrees. The charter list held 57 names which number has now increased amazingly ii eat interest is taken in the order the meetings Are Well attended. Friday night was the first entertainment tendered to its sister lodges the Success of the undertaking is most Gratifying to All concerned. Contractor of a ssh a a Quot a shop come st., bar Harbor. Me George l. 8tebbin8, comin for riot. Ballif lots of in Cliff drive for san Ohio a a a i Marlim my. los Prudho to Hanaw n. V. About an hour s ride from Boston is the pretty Little town of Hudson with its five or six thousand souls a practising attorney from the Hancock county bar came to Hudson two years ago has become As firmly rooted in this soil As though he had never been transplanted from his native Heath Lamoine. Hudson looks unusually attractive at this season of the year the Home of our Hancock county lawyer or. Henry Boynton is in the prettiest part of it. The House is a modern two Story cottage surrounded by smooth lawns an Orchard. Mrs. Boynton belongs to All the Best dubs of inc town is prominent in the social life of the place. Both Are regular attendants of the unitarian Church workers in its society. In the handsomest of several Good business blocks Down town Are found the Well fitted Law offices of or. Boynton who is municipal judge As Well As attorney for the two leading Banks several of the Large corporations doing manufacturing business. Or. Boynton began at Hudson with a lucrative practice which has steadily increased. His family will go cast for the summer he will spend his Vacat on with them. 11 m. Boston april 1., Nuj. Easter Day. Celebrated in the Village churches with impressive services. The festival of easter is a very old one. Away Back in the Early English times the Angels saxons were wont to celebrate the festival of the goddess Ostara or easter which occurred at about the same season As the Christian festival of easter. This goddess was the personification of the morning or East also of the opening year or Spring. The Church gave Christian significance to the observances of this season. Joy at the rising of the natural Sun at the Awakening of nature from the death of Winter become Joy at the rising of the son of righteousness a at the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the grave. In the ancient Church the Celebration of easter lasted eight Days. It was formerly the favorite time for performing the rite of baptism. Courts of Justice were closed alms distributed to the poor needy slaves received their Liberty the people gave themselves up to enjoyment hence the Day was called Quot the sunday of fickle april put on a sunshiny face on easter sunday in bar Harbor. The air was mild the Sun shone pleasantly on the throng of Church goers. The Sunshine that followed the two Day s rain brought out All the Spring Beauty of Boston her picturesque suburbs which Excel those of any City in America. The tender grass covers All the Beautiful Park system easter sunday was ushered in with a Floral display in the Public gardens As Well As in the churches at the florists. On easter sunday every one goes to Church a few for devotional service others to hear the music see the Flowers to gaze at the Spring styles or to show off one s own easter Bonnet. I Don t know just where i canal in certainly not in the latter class but i went to three churches regretted that i could not Avail myself of the opportunities to go to More. Tickets were offered me for the Church of the Advent which is of course the at-tricti9a on easter sunday but my hostess had other plans. Next to the Advent the unison Rebekah. Entertain sister lodges at the Casino taxi work the degree. Last Friday was Rebekah Day in har Harbor. In order to return courtesies received from its sister lodges an invitation had been Cut erased to the Kowena Lodge of Southwest Harbor the no Koinis Lodge of Ellsworth to be present each sent a Large delegation. The first of the visitors arrived on the no ii boat which brought a number from Ellsworth the Southwest Harbor guests arrived late in the afternoon on the it. Desert the 7.30 p. M. Boat still further augmented the number., in All about ninety. The Casino was the Center of the festivities. At 5 30 a Turkey supper was served to All those who had arrived later in the evening All the Quot beckies Quot gathered there to watch the degree work enjoy the entertainment prepared. The degree was conferred on three candidates unison Rebekah Lodge of bar Harbor doing the work. The solemn Beauty i inc i itch was no Sci Saccu to better advantage the charges were never delivered More words of the highest Praise were spoken. At the intervals in the work the following pro Giaui was rendered Reading miss Ida Harding Brown Solo i. I Rescott Cleaves piano Solo. Miss Effie i Pendleton Solo j. Franklin Anthony. An interesting speech was made by or. Watson there were remarks by Many of the visitors As follows a from Rowena Lodge n. A Carrie Spurling p. N. G., Julia Gill v. G., Sie King p. N. G., Annie Lawton. From Nokomis d. D. P., Amanda Leland n. G., Delia Foster p. N. G., Annie Springer v. G., Millie Brown p. N. G., mrs. Giles p. N. G., Helen Bonsey. Among visitors from lodges other than mentioned were mrs. Annie Anthony Mary Sawyer Brothers Kellar Brown Woodward Smith Foster Leland. After closing delicious refreshments were served in the dining room to All present a few pleasant hours spent in social conversation. In the Quot wee sea Quot hours the astir broke up the guests scattering to the various houses of their entertainers. Unison Rebekah Lodge no. 107, was to. St. Saviours the easter services at st. Saviours Are always looked Forward to with great interest by the people worshipping at that Church. Interest was intensified this year irom the fact that their beloved spiritual advisor Rev. Win. O. Baker would preach his last Sermon As Rector on this Lay. 1 he decorations of the Church were simple Init effective Lar be , ferns Ami potted Folind an enclosure around Llie a Linoir behind w Liili the White Rohed singers made a Mohl in Casin i is me. On tic hand some Marble altar were a number of blaster Lillus their blossoms listed inn in tie rear Liht of the Candel in a in either Side. To the Sweet strains of the ort an pre sided Over by Maurice c. Rumsey. Choir master came the to Quot line Quot sled choir boys sinn Itji Sullivan s session al Quot come be faithful raise i it Strain. They were proceeded by a Young lad As crucifer bearing a Large Cross composed of easter lillies. were followed by the two officiating Cleiv Iyman. The Odeniu 4 number the la Allvlu i in chorus from the Messiah of a Landol was magnificently rendered. The choir entered heartily into the spirit of the occasion responded promptly to their Leader. The sopranos outdid themselves held their tones Clear Strong m the trying sustained notes while Llie Bass full Strong furnished an admirable support. The opening number was but the precursor of a musical feast which extended not Only through the morning service but through the evening As Well. Both services were intensely interesting enjoyed by audiences that completely filled the spacious Cli Urti. Rev. S. H. Green the Rector elect of st. Saviours was the celebrant of the morn ing service performed his office Witk an ease that betokened one Long Familia with the ritual of the Church. The ser Mon was preached by the Rector Rei William Osborn Baker was from psalm 127.3 Quot so he give ctr his ?-sleep.&Quot the thought which the preacher brought out was that the sacred writ ers invariably speak of death As sleep a that the text represents to e sleep of death As a Boon sent in love to the Devine affection. The words it said refer primarily indeed to Natura slumber but the mind passes on at once to their pro founder significance thinks of the sleep of which the Natura one is the chosen scripture Cut elem this sleep can Only be considered As a boor conferred on objects of the heavenly love because it will be followed by z. Waking if the sleep were unending it would cease to be a gift of love. Natural sleep is always succeeded by arousal. We speak of it As tired nature s Sweet re Stoier As affording a soothing rest recuperation to workout Powers but if it had no in View the energies would become eternally dormant rather than refreshed sleep would be tired nature s destroyer rather than restorer. The sleep of death must Lecce warily in. Solve the idea of the waking of the resurrection of the ushering in of mightier Powers of life this is included in the Boon of love to which the text refers. Both the motive act of the resurrection Are traced Back in the psalmist s it words to love the wakening which he has in mind must be that of the body rather than the spirit for the spirit the essential life principle cannot be said to sleep in death. That is naturally immortal. Its life does not hang on matter nor on the organisation of matter. It is a breath a Ray of eternal being pure Sim pie immaterial at death it vindicates. Its own etherial birth rises on buoy ant wings to its native state whither it time it will its associate Frame convey Quot so he liveth his beloved because there is a fixed of it for their resting soul which shall arise with a. Spiritualized glorified Frame Anima it with new Powers equipped with a the energies capacities it will need. For its new sublimated Union with it partner in a Cleat Hlass world. It must be Gratifying to or. Baker it know that in reply to his i Asler idler to his the of Genii to r tha. amour used to is a Little in was Haskeil Lor Ihal a t. Savior \ it Mitnit. Lion to the of Nils it ions tins foots in Over 5i l lir i Hildron s it a Coli rin Lor \ to i la Eisimi ser i e or Nec preach in to Intima a Slin Serif hid. Iia the Day closed wih the Niar Cli from e by Mendelssohn a i Mirable Treiul Cheri i or. Kenisey. N a i i to \ 1 i iii k 11. A the c c Hurch a Lar a Ron Rej nation As Semoni Lor he a is service. The altar looked Alti Ai la e m it Decorli inns of polic a Jil ants ferns Aiu idles. The pastor Rev. A. Mac Spuke int Ieslin by Lakin i text from Jolin v 24, Quot i Luin to Hie. In Pait ii said Hie is .1 iii it Stein. I right living thinking we Are Able f. oui lives pure upright. La j Are More or less slant by inline iced Ben Viron Niento . It is on a i Ounla of these Hal we speak the Len Lisl language Lor there was once. Poor woman who had two children on to years Oliver than the other. From the Lime the younger one was a Liny chill the Mother had been obliged to leave then Quot locked ill their room while she worked of tor then sup Pirt. Bein naturally a Silen Quot self. On lined person she spoke Little w Hei at Home when the i a Illren were am 1 lilt in i in 1 11 if the mount desert nurseries we. Miller hard Wood ashes an Swift Lowell ground Bone for lawns crass lands. Wood ashes of Good Quality contain the greater part of the essential elements of Plant food in their Best form in Large Quantity besides increasing markedly the moisture holding capacity of soils. Valuable when used alone Thev form with Bone meal a Complete excellent manure Foi lawns Krass lands which besides the Rich growth u gives has the great advantages of being wholly free from Weed seeds easily applied free from of enslave odor our Wood ashes Are unleashed thoroughly screened Anri the Best to he obtained. Prices upon apply. My u the once greenhouses Aie upon Choc nor Road have Telephone tonne options

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