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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - August 8, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine Degrasse Fox building. Insurance broker the leading county paper and the Only society journal on Blount desert Island. Degrasse Fox real estate. Cottages for rent vol. 14. Koi 27. Bar Habboba Maine wednesday aug. 8, 1900. Price 6 cents. Paul Hunt f. Shirley Goddard. Goddard Hunt architects contractors and builders. Real estate mortgages and insurance office bar Harbor Maine. Lines on leaving Sorrento. Fair spot of Many truly Blest that snuggle near the coast Oliou Art. As yet the Valre get Best. Ami thee i love the most thy sloping Hills and Piney Glades thy soft yet bracing air. Thy songsters singing Wret Voul Tilon a thy Flowers wild Ami fair. An Island lotto to Bay is Lilno a Vlf supremely grand Vvhs re nature doth her charms co Liliie to in aka a heavenly land. Rut not alone the a Turtil Clitu Nis were All the Joy to ine i was s kind and Loving arms 1 ii it continually. And cli Ildren s Prii tie a Roni Ltd the Day a tonic to the soul. So Primito alien i fail d away a Lutiness o or me st Cilc s. U. A. Interesting race. Trade Mako h. Enfiajian 11 13 opened his store for. This East Neitli a i jux re Uno of Fine persian outlier Oriental rugs also some Fine Turquois Opal and other gems. Store under Porcupine hotel main Street. Dresden dinner sets. .1 we Are again in receipt of an entire line but limited Supply of Dresden dinner breakfast and Tea sets decorated with the characteristic sprigs and sprays of familiar Flowers. Complete service 822.50. J. Milton Allen amp co. I Ark amp co., of Wasming told. Cor. Nit. Desert of did Moniri st., and in the Grant bloc Plain Street below it desert Street Ila i Ned for season of wit i a most a oink to Stock Otka tax a1 Ukia India and u t i olst Kuhi f i k x it t r a Villi the finest Warax isl al to ail i Kish al us Clr Taix Sana Mati kills of All Uknuis. A Verryt Lilii Sui Tahr t. V it a Low Cost. U iii Hini a Rov it in or a Cor in an artistic inc Pon v Jors lor or mph let to Llan in it curtains 11 t at Tont Ion 1 Gay Ilio 11 ivc furn i -. C i 1 n l i own , it. Sloops and knockabout make the Harbor . Saturday was al Ain favo Ramo to the Vaclau Racin i and tic sport was enjoyed by a a nil i r of people in private hts and launches. The Sloop race this time was from a Ylyin Stait and the yachts of away nicely. The Ileatrice went Over the line Glrst with tie Kehyan close let behind. I he Rosalind crossed tie wind warn Ollie buoy close aboard while the Una qua loll wed the line Down before the Cross a. The first three boats went to the East Artl of Porcupine with a fairly Cood . The Ana tia went by the i a Tawwater. Wheat the Rosalie cd Lieut Riceland kenyan were off the Southern part of Ironbound the Ana qua was coniing by Liard Porcupine and was Way behind. The Rosalind had a big Lead with the Beatrice second. The Rosalind Beatrice and kenyan Here had difficulty getting under the Shore and losing the wind. The Ana qua however found a Breeze and passed the duty or Turtle Island and the end of the first leg ahead of her competitors which were close behind with the Rosalind second Kehyan third and Beatrice last. On the second leg the run to Schooner head a Light wind prevail cd and the boats fanned along in the same manner As above. The Anacita then lost the wind and was picked up by the others. They beat to cat isl anal with the Rosalind ahead and then to the breakwater in the same order. At the breakwater they found a fair wind and the Beatrice covered the Ros Lintl and passed her then the kenyan getting a stronger free a. When in Between her adversaries. I he three boats Weie now in line Emtil Witlin a minute finish. The Kelyan went Over the line first. The Beatrice was second and the Rosalind third although the was second after the time allowance was figured. The kenyan u on the pie Vious Sloop race and now assesses the cup of tiered for the series finishing saturday 111 Knix k a a. I he in Nix it its of. I a it j. So Taip Ith a Light Nori radio Rev wind i 1 0 k in had Boon i o 1-1. I a i k 11 it on Tho w a ind Anie Virv Noar Rioin to stall. Trio Ca iii or 1� w d la r o \ t i Mil silo i i a 1 tio i Sci i iils Bourc it w . I of quot i Loo but Somo Torii ii no Hodgkins daughter of or. Harvey Hodg Kins and the Groom or. Joseph Whit comb of Belfast. The Church was beautifully dressed by the friends of the Bride with evergreens and White Flowers. The ceremony was performed by Rev. James i quot. Freeman of Yonkers n. Who has charge of the services in the Church of 1 he redeemer during the summer. A Large number of friends gather etl to witness the marriage. Or. Avery organist of the st Ndrew quot a memorial Church of Yonkers Olio was visiting in sorry Etc. Played tiie wedding March As the party entered the Church. The Bride attired in White Organ die and carrying a Bocquet of White Sweet peas leaned on the Arm of her father and was i receded by the l i Les maid. Miss nine Bunker also Wear in a Imuan of White Organ die and carrying g Hoquet of Pink Sweet peas they w i o met at the Chancel Steps by the Gro i mul his Best Man. The Bride a Shiv ii Iway by her father. There Edward b. Mears. Office bar Harbor Maine. A a a a was bridal i mrs. W i trip. T Spring i of dding re fast for the imly. Alter which or. And a Nib left lor a Short wedding Lumie hereafter will be in mass. For sale250 acres on Shore Western Side mount desert Island Edward b. Mears. A c Voi in it Ltd pm la it n to , lied i in otc., Wilf to. 1 Liioi Coin Point Wavu Knop. Milt Creamery butter a nch de on is up ii Trio \ a b to r Renu Erato. Lor pail a Philadelphia butter w fresh supplies of the famous Sharpless i Hila Delphua hut ter always on hand at lowest Market prices t we also carry Ceries a Large line of fancy Gro and provisions. R. H. Kittredge 21 it. Desert st bar Harbor me. For the month of August with a full and attractive line of the latest a ported Lete. Fire like lightning to u tally pr�t�ot0d to Init com by a tiber of Teie Unwe to our soap tim for tip in Preto Uon they give it surely an Ltd the a h. Grant co., monday evening club. A new organization has sprung into Istance known As the monday i quot vening club. It is composed of mrs. Burton Harrison miss Charlotte i Andleton a irs. J. J. Emery mrs. Albert Clifford Barney miss p Furniss and mrs i Pierrepont Edwards. It is the purpose of this club to entertain on monday evenings and give their guests something unique in the line of amusement. The first gathering was at sea urchins the Home of mrs. Harrison and More than a Hundred guests were present All arriving punctually at nine o clock to find the House arranged for Amateur theatricals. The following programs were distributed and All waited in breathless eagerness for the curtain to be drawn aside. utter half. Mr8. Anti tel ii Young Willow. Miss Violet Whelen or. Lucius a Roii Noisett or in ceriiiiiicif.,. Or. It unite so Bintou Thom fort u . Charles when ii the iii Cilcius of the conium in lii occur it mrs. Arih Liel s Semidei ice in Mii it Timir Ilii Liik a vii any in Lune al the Heit Ihl of the Linclon season. Be citation i e i Siiney to be followed Liy the blood Cunt iii to in Soiu of Natiel. Elfin of Wmk s Ufal . The Ai Willence i ri-1iic-t�it to a a Ihk ii ii a in night Hunu with turf Rcd trip a try in the Ini iely iii incur to disc of night iii ill us do Wake Ofiu of iii tii of a. The Lim it ii i u ii iii ave. nighl8ha<l quot. Or 111. U. L Tali ii it i Crry rat Buie Sci l Hnilei-., in Loloi in a i i \ in , which can be read in an hour and a halt. Ear by year More Nie rican women sch quot in Daiez the Continental tour without a of rat. And tor these the Krow Lecle a Veteran traveler a undies has been convenient la into chapters on what to take and How to take it. Quot Ili cycles a guidebooks and dictionaries quot quot crossing the it it Cean quot and on the differing customs and conditions in l a land a . and Italy common sense is the of and Book of Acu ice. And Here we it in plenty. Tile work is. Howe or in no sense Guidebook Coni plete lists of these being Given quot which quot mrs. Jones says quot it is a great mistake to att Emit to get along without just As it is a mistake to avoid Wii at Aie called a eaten Patlis i paths Are beaten because they Lead from one interesting place to another and the things which Are described in the guide looks Are generally those Best Worth seeing. There is As Well an unobtrusive of appropriate historical Reading for each place Scales of differing currency weights measures and Thermo meter reckoning hints enunciation. A traveler quot ready quot ii Rase list and a my Loroi a inv quot Rouh and of terms a a used Viilu in i a ind Amei i his 1,1st is die Featro the Book of us so called nit a can isms being Memoly Ulm prisms and tie corresponding English term quot the Correct one. Cultivated Nierri ans no More use a Tusly quot f re or quot Rock for Small Stone v vulgar i nit cd states quot is the Century dictionary s Stima on the locution English inn. Lint these Are Baj Telles and the women tourist can ask or find no More Complete or suggestive a Vade Mecum quot than Here. Tracy reunion. The fifth annual reunion of the Tracy family will be held on the old Homestead at Gouldsboro Point , Satur Day August i8th., to which All members of the family either by birth or marriage Are cordially invited. Picnic dinner will be served. Music and entertainment in the mount desert nurseries. We. Miller manager. _ tin iii a. N i u Kic klti.-. I Motil of i i i l,.-Iiilt-r of 111. Blood a Iomini m r 1 Uil in s i a us Liu iii a 1 ill 11 in t let a al in ind in t he ii i Idi died pop i a i to or -i., llie 111 i by to Lill 1 air Bohnii or ii. I oor in o my 11 \ m i. M n i i ii Trees shrubs vines herbaceous and bedding plants. Planting of every kind planned and carried out. The nurseries Are open to visitors. The Oftle and Creen houses Are upon head Road and have tel Ohono Conn the Schooner action. 1 ii to e. J. Totten amp co. Will reopen thur store Northeast Harbor i 11 to a. I y i a lil in drier. Thu v at i i tie sip a iii a ,ii tik put ii of j lie Ollivi , o t .1 i join 11, till w Mil a it the i Ai i s or t Passilin went by the buoy Clow. Keg Ether. The Somers on the bunk h. Dpi the second leg tie run across to so Luviner it and the wind quot continued Light and the Noiin Laird lit ii Relativo positions. On tie arrival it the bouy the racers were All i lit together Liat the a Icisie had got lie Hind. Liam in Uin out of tile wind entirely or soon of time. The scud the first to i i al it reak \ Ater butt Ien lost t la wind Nul every boat save the 1 Ickie parsed hoi. The l Obs got a slant of wind which carried her ill orig by the a breakwater and won liar the race. The Kip followed next with the i Rof Juonis snug the Cherub and i Papoose a Little behind. The boats finished in that order with the scud sixth and Dickie last. The summary a j. Kel it Yan we. Draper i Rosalind Fred May j i5eatrice, Arnold Ana qua a. Howard Hinkle i Knock clout class. Hobs Antonio Stewart i vip Edar Scott Cherub Vav. L. Creep iroc Juonis r. H Thorndike Papoose v. E. Mace scud gen. Edward Morrell Dickie mrs. C. Newbold wedding at Sorrento. A pretty wedding took place at Sorrento wednesday morning August i in the Church of the redeemer at ii o clock. The Bride was miss Winnie May mar of the lil i quot id inti oils of .\1. I quot ,. ,1, 1 lost la l i ii a inane or in a. A. A t Iku tors -. Adid Ipi. A. I it \ o ii in a. .1 i la Evi Nihil. S. A .1. 111 order 1 olo i a a �1 i. Ii iii. Ii .1 mrs. Komsi. A. I miss Lurcoo. My. I i in i r. It Georgi \. \ l a a. A t. Ii Irles Cai Roll j Ai is. A i. A i iii hot All Oil lord i a Lioi. I. More or. And mis. I Seoi Kors Auk John hone miss Solow or i How miss Draper miss Dainock or Den Robbi is a ohm o ,1.1-,- i , miss i end Letoie. I i miss or and mrs. J. J. A Mermis a Usta Koi Inson or. Mommo Kobi Tisou. Or. Iii mrs. Mont Goiney soars or. Ind mis. William Jay , i. Lud mis. Lawrence a Reen. Or. Iii .m1-1, i Leni y Redmond count and countess de Laii ier \ pillars mrs. And miss \ in .\e.si, or. Nul mrs. Edward Coles. Miss cok a. Miss Llorence Robert mrs. It Viiu y Thorndike or. Harry 1 hor Ulike or. And mrs. I Pierrepont adv aids or. And mis. I Philip Livingston mrs. Gouverneur Morris i. And mrs. 1 la r Ison l resident ail mrs. Harris. A is 11 ii ii \ european travel. Mrs. Cadwalader Book favourable criticism. Receives it would be possible to More pleasantly transpose a Well known saying and give Mary Cadwalader Jones the credit she deserves for preparing quot european travel for women notes and suggestions quot by remarking that a Wise woman can answer More questions in a minute than an ignoramus could think of asking Ian year. That is supposing the ignoramus is not yet in voyage. Every possible problem of travel which could dismay inexperience especially feminine inexperience seems to be met in this Little volume of convenient it i 1 i. A. 1 v i piano and song recrpal., this Friday morning at Halr-pa3t eleven atthe st. prize Winner for the horse show. One of Ilu ii it a Alidal hoi pcs in Maine is now for Sale and must he sold Decoi a aii list Liollio. I lit Larnt Marc Yoni sound last line blooded Gigli Hie splendid action. For further particulars Udd Resh f. Lewis 33 Walter Street. Bangor Maine. M. W. Stratton architect and Bull dts a up re my a Dent. Office Grant Bull lunar a Kim Hohe. coerce l. 8tebbin8, cottages for rent. Bund big lots 01 Soa a nth drive or Slit Ollom a Eal Harbor m�., and Loa Perdue Kex Ohanga n. A a Ilus but i if Lilii tuii r i tor i a a a Bess

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