Bar Harbor Record in Bar-Harbor, Maine
8 Aug 1900

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8 Aug 1900

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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - August 8, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine Bab Harbor a a ecord week misday aug. 8, 1900. Harbor record. Rob Lisicki by the car Harbor press company he lion n. Snith to tor an Ltd it Anoor k r. A ror fono boat on a ont is school a acct. at the Rar Harbor Post office As a timid Ciao a mail Matur july 13, 1897. Subscription Fth k. In it a year in. And Vance. All Auroara it will be Clu Irger at the rate <2.00 1 he circulation of i Lik i Rotin is for a a per of its class did increasing. Most of the Sumner residents ire subs Criller hence the i Nigier is we Seiy Chostn Nhi ii ail others exceptional adv Astatic to advertisers. So Ecial rates Ixo made 10 those ear Ariner by the be u. of adv it Trisi Iju will be Sumii Riecl on to the editor. No Papel will in i Ioviti Neinl Maul a arrearage no it i it at tin publisher s option and persons wishing thu in paper st Pix a must Jive notice thereof at tie expiration of the tei iii lie tier pre ious notice has inti even or not. A conc Dav evening aug. 5. 1900 Northi ast Hai h it a our sister resort on the soil Tiern smile of the Island is inv ing a Bani or season so writes our Corres Ponclet. i Arbor sends Likaits Loii grate lations. An unusual amount of recitals and Musicales Are booked for the month of August liar Liari or to Laws within its vortex a considerable amount of Talent and the social Atherinis Are in lanced let a the pleasing programs rendered w Hile the financial assistance these i Ive toward a higher Standard i i work Amoni Meri can artists is encouraging. A Visi l e i a to town who has not been Here for three years in speak iii. Of the improvements that Timve been made in tile time said that none was More noticeable than that made on the roads. This by no Means a single opinion but it is appreciable by All that a continuance of the present management of our roads w ill insure a continuation of this improvement. sighing sadly through the Pines we hear rumours More or less authenticated of a Casino to be erected on the old quot a Rand Central lot now town property. Whether this is something tangible or whether it is but a re Echo of the Wail of seasons past we can As yet Only con Jecture. The Kiu okd while it would gladly chronicle some definite plan or purpose of the Casino supporters hesitates to Rush into print with statements that Only raise false Hopes. Let us have a Casino by All Means but let it not be just a Castle in the air. For Village improvement. The liar i Arbor \ Village i in Iro vement association has been in for eleven years Ami be i i a below a i i if s of lie work that , Beer act t nip Lishco m that time. Al a thousand Trees and \ Ines Piave lie ii Pia Teci m the Stre to and door Yards. I Hiro id Sid Sal Uthe principal drives Are Kei get tree Sotar As possible from i ind dead Trees which not Only . But Danfort us of Theroi Stant risk of tire. H Cycle path has been made .111.1 i., kept if i it Der. And a network of Over sixty x ties of a Jatulis has been made the surrounding Lwills. Each path in Jinji marked by distinctive l it unobtrusive a s. Winpen Diotis map also been Puli shed. Auti iii ties Only do the Nup her of the cleaning three four the of the Mon spent in making the streets of the Village neat i Iti attractive i omes trom the ssi i a tion Anil the work is Dune i ulcer its direct supervision. I he cemetery is kept Clea cd ind mowed and Many lowering siiri ibs Ilieen a de in it. A system of Insp i Tiki for i a herds Vini dairies Wiik h Suppis milk to the \ has been 01 g iii de. All this work has greatly Jinp roved the Village and its surround in s and i Weir Atti Liv . But Money is a a a eded to Cari in Oil this Money Uaia be raised from 1 to eai. The la it it of l 0/nian.igers. I Irke Iod iii William Lawrence Orr. Waidron Bates a. Weir mitc Liell j. A. Sears John Stewart Kennedy. I i ills l. H. Deasy Mary a. Jorr Mary Cadwalader Jones will appreciate any Volun vary contributions toward this work. The men on the ground Gen. Chaffee and the other Able commanders Are the Best 3udp is As to what is the Wisest course to pursue. They will have the Earnest support of their countrymen everywhere in their efforts to do their duty in a dire Ful dilemma. From the county. Neighbourly gossip from our regular correspondents. Sullivan Harbor. Tie town is quite filled with guests although nothing has been done to especially celebrate old Home week. Or. And mrs. Theorge Iran and miss Nellie i Rann Fiorin Boston and Salem Are visiting their aunt mrs. Georgie . M a lipid Man is the guest of her Friend mrs. W. A a. A Mery. Mrs. Merrill and her son win. F. Merrill of Hoston have been visiting mrs. C. H. Alley for the past week or. Merrill returned to Hosten saturday but mrs. Merrill will remain for a while longer. Quot Apt. S. made a Short l Usi Ness trip to new s Ork last week. Hardly had he returned when he head of the death of his Friend capt. Mcintosh of the \ . A lion he left in new \ Ork in his usual health. Capt. Mcintosh it will be remembered visited capt. Loennis Here last season. Kev ii. Ii. Saunderson arrived monday morning and will preach on sunday. Rev. . Of Ellsworth gave a in st interesting Sermon to a Large congregation at the Churchi last sunday evening. Mrs. J. Smith of Waterville spent a few Days last week in town. She is always welcomed at her old Home where her friends Are legion. The entertainment Given saturday evening for the Christian society was an unequal Stipd Success. Six Young ladies the misses Mary Evans Josephine Fridg Ham Josephine Hawkins Ruth Smith Juliet and Kli a eth Simpson played the amusing Little drama quot six cups of chocolate quot exceptionally Well. All did so Well that distinctive Praise in out of place but miss Bridgham s interpretation of the a Rench part and miss quot dude Simpson s perfectly stunning appearance As the new \ Ork girl were perhaps particularly noticeable. This was followed by a real Surprise and pleasure in the Reading of miss Howell of Chicago a professional artist who was enthusiastically received and in a cited. The program closed with a farce quot the two lunatics quot rendered by miss Hia Plennis and or. Lei ii Hawkins. Lvin t. Wilson lost .1 valuable cow last week. I Homas a Simpson been is Enid iii action wit i his Uncle returned to Liston today. Messes. A. And 15. Kabatznick Are staying at hotel. Leaves while they Are can Vas iii the Surro mining towns in the in Terest of the i Aris Art portrait co. Mrs. H w Cushman. Or. George Peter Drury and or and quot Vars. J. A. I eters or. Of Ellsworth were at the inn on the is Day Tolu us. Mrs. Wood and children with mrs. Haven and mrs. J. A. Hill took a Buck Board drive to Scho Odic Mountain and Grindstone Point Friday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. H. Wood and son Philip Are occupying their summer Home Here. Mrs. John Shaw mrs. Wood s Mother of Point spent sunday with her. Or. Geo. L. Shaw and family spent sunday with or Shaw s Mother mrs. H. S. Shaw. Mrs. Nathan Kingsley and Little Pauline were the guests of or. And mrs. Arthur Kingsley tor a few Days of last week. Or. Arthur Crosby of Boston arrived saturday to spend a few weeks with his family at the ledges. Miss Winnie Cole who is employed with t. F. Body sons Boston is at Home for a vacation of two weeks. Sullivan Centre. Those who attended the entertainment Given by the Young people at Sullivan Harbor saturday evening speak in highest praises of the excellent programme. Or. Helen t. Cleaves who was recently graduated from the i University of Michigan a full pledged m. Is visiting her sister mrs. V. A. Noyes. Or. C. I southards from bar Harbor was in town sunday. Master Claude quot Ira Ham is visiting relatives at Cranberry Isles. Everard i. Noyes who is employed at Campello mass., arrived saturday to spend his vacation with his parents. Pm praying parties fishing picnics Are the order of the Day just now and everyone seems to be enjoying themselves. Northeast Harbor. Northeast Harbor is having a prosperous summer. The hotels Are filled cottages rented and rooms let in private families and inquiries for land arc Many. Several House lots have been sold on school House Hill where or. L. E. Kimball is having a Road built and an Artesian Well bored. Or. D. L. Manchester has taken a contract to build a studio on Manchester Point. Work on the foundation has be gun. There is consider Ible driving Here this season. All the stables had to get More horses and carriages and there is More private traps than Ever. Saddle horses Are in demand Many Are Riding and learning to ride. M r. Arthur \ ignores of Liston has Tive Saddle horses and has Jiu Pils e. J. Totton has opened his store for August and is having a Good Trade. The Clifton House is More Ihan fill and the proprietor is talking of budding an Annex the coming w inter. South Hancock. Lamoine Brach. A dire situation. 1 lie i reign commanders in China and their governments at Home confront a difficult and dangerous dilemma. The envoys and their families Are in sore Straits in peking. Every word that has come from them since minister Conger s first Call for Reacie or vengeance has ended with a Ery for help. If the Powers a a Clay the Relief expedition and their citizens in peking shall perish whether at the hands of the revolutionists or of the fire rement troops the whole world will condemn the neglect. On the other hand if the survivors in the Eide asses shall be Kilko in retaliation for the foreign Advance on the chinese capital censure May Lall upon those who ordered the a movement. There is a till another contingency the Lliel expedition lacking thorough prep aral on perfect Harmony and the essential one fittest commander May be beaten Back. The Allied forces had a very narrow escape from Complete disaster at tientsin. Timi refusal of the chinese government to put the Powers in a free communication Wiki their legation and the known facts As to their desperate situation certainly Call for prompt and energetic action. It Kiak amp ple common sense to conclude that there live been several contractors Here within the past two weeks looking Over the Grotins for the Coaling Statuti let Repar Alory to drawing plans for the same. Old Home week will be title observed next wednesday at Blunt s Pond. Steamer Pauline made an trip to oin 11.ir Harbor evening bringing landlord i Reeman with a party of guests to Shore acres then returned taking As to to bar Harbor to a Treiul the dance a West Viall. Mrs. 1 r Ank Bates with her Fri nil mrs. Hanks of brai Puree is spending the summer at her cottage or. Jul mrs. Mayew of Braintree Are staying As w. L. Des Isles. The Wiggin cottage is occupied by mrs. Lissy mrs. Wiggin miss Wiggin. Miss Hopkins and Rev. A. H. Coar. Or. And mrs. C. F. Brown of old town with their four daughters Are at the Perry cottage. Steaki if Cieck door took a party from from Here last wednesday to attend the unitarian Convent pm at West . Mrs. V. J. Emery joined her husband Here last week. Or. Emery is sent Here by the unitarian society to preach during the summer. Capt. Winterbotham spent sunday with his family. Miss Lena Des Isles has returned from old town and will spend the remainder of the season at her Home. There will be services in the music Hall at Shore acres next sunday evening. Miss Anna i Rotor. Who has been tie a nest of mrs. F. M. Watson has returned to her Home in Boston. Or. Irving Coggins of Maiden ass., spent sunday at his Home. Or. E. To. N of tug and family of la Erett �?�mass., Are visiting or. \ Oung s parents or. And . Young. Or. Albert Haven is spending his vacation at Home. Miss Marcia Young has returned from Lancester mass., and will spend the month of August with her parents or. And mrs. R. H. Young. Miss Irtha Jellison is visiting friends in town. M r. Harvey Philips Safe it sunday at Home. A party of thirteen enjoyed buckboard ride and picnic at Tunk Pond on saturday. A pleasant time was reported. Khorth Honcock. Horace Newingham of Colby made a Brief suy with friends Here last week. Capt. J. S. Powers leaves monday for Winterport. He will visit friends there during quot old Home mrs. James Kelley who has been in very poor health for some Lime is improving under the care of or. Tapley. Ashville. Mrs. A. G. Bullard of bos. Accompanied by her Niece miss Bunker of South Gouldsboro has been visiting relatives Here recently. Or. F. F. 1 Hodgkins spent saturday in Marlboro mrs. Julia Tracy is visiting her sister mrs. Geo. Oung of Hancock. Miss Rebecca Ashley is at work for mrs u. G. Bunker. Mrs. Julia Mccrate who has been very ill is slowly improving. R. James Arey is spending a few Days with his sister mrs. O. P. Bradgon. Mrs. Clarance Martin of Hancock is visiting her parents or. And mrs. Hiram Preble. Miss Julia Bunker of Boston. Mass., is s ending a few weeks with her Mother mrs. L. A. Bunker. Prospect Harbor. Or. And mrs. A Milton Allen of bar Harbor were guests of or. And mrs. L. B. Deasy Over sunday. Mrs. Chas Blance jr., and miss Mary Blance spent saturday in bar Harbor. Miss Grace Moore arrived from Boston sunday to spend the month with her parents capt. And mrs. S. O. Moore. Miss White of Boston who spent several weeks at in. W. Cleaves quot last summer is a guest this season of mrs. W. F. Bruce. Mrs. Ella Johns arrived from Ellsworth last week and is with mrs. Nancy Johns for an indefinite time. Mrs. Edward Preble of East Boston arrived sunday to spend some time with her sister mrs. S. O. Moore arid other relatives. Mrs. J. F. Perry spent saturday in bar Harbor returning on the Cumbria in the evening. Juite a number attended the i unitarian conference at West on the is Day land report an interesting program and a Large attendance. In Ernest Young of Tremont was a guest at mrs. M. A. Handy s Over sunday. Mrs. A a Handy was a passenger on the Cumbria monday morning. The annual mid summer fair of tiie \ Miliage improvement society of this place will be held thursday afternoon and evening August 9th, at Columbia Hall. Preparations for its Success is engaging the attention of All who Are interested in the welfare of the Village. A pleasing program is arranged by the management. A baby show i n the new Hall w if be an attractive feature. There will be a variety of useful and fancy articles Home made Candy and ice Cream for sails and the entertainment in the evening consisting of vocal Ami instrumental music recitations and the columbian Drill ending with a dance after the entertainment. Cranberry Isle. Mrs. Annie Stewart and and her brother in Law Emerson Stewart Are visiting their sister mrs. Frank Ken Stop in Guilford. Or. Butler returned to the West some time ago. Helen Butler has gone to bar Harbor for the summer. Fred l. Miles who is station agent at Charotte has sent the summer vacation at Howe. Mrs. Maud Hutchins and son George have gone to Lowell mass., where mrs. Hutchins expects to find work. Mrs. Delbert Miles of Ellsworth is in town on a visit to her husband s parents or. And mrs. Miles. 84 main Reet. Golf shoes extra heavy rubber sole tan Canvas oxfords for men boys and youths si.50 ladies and men s rubber sole shoes russian calf and Canvas. C. C. Ladd it. Desert Block Moore s jewelry store established in 1880. F. P. Moore dealer in watches clocks and jewelry. This is the pen which will do away with the Ink bottle. Manor inn Swiss chalet Sullivan Harbor me. Liis pc the attractive iai it \ House will he in re airiness to receive to guests afternoon teas Early As tie first for which it became i of famed last season for terms and Zinther partic Tilers address to t i West Gou Sboro. The Hancock county unitarian conference met with this Church wednesday and thursday of last week. A Large number of people came from the adjoining towns which filled the Church to Over flowing Many being unable to get seats or even standing room inside. About 250 partook of the Basket dinner which was served in the townhouse. Some talented speakers were heard including Rev. Samuel Eliot. A mrs. Sophia Haven of Hancock is the guest of or. And mrs. Joseph d. Wood. Seal Cove. Benjamin Hodgdon and Friend or. Whyman of Boston Are spending a two weeks vacation about mount desert and the surrounding islands. The Baptist sunday school is about to Purchase an excellent Library. The school is in a very encouraging condition. Several fires on Western Mountain gave land owners an alarm last week. Mrs. L. C. Ober returned Home saturday from Ellsworth where she attended the summer school. Mrs. H. G. Hall and family Are at the Flye farm. Mrs. L. A Hodgdon is entertaining a party of friends from new York and Boston. Miss Grace Helene Hall of Belfast was the guest of her Friend miss Powers the last week in july. A very beaut tui memorial window the gift of or. A. C. Wheelwright of bps ton was brought Here last week and carried to the l Nion Church by or. Andrew c. Wheelwright. On it Are inscribed triese words quot a in Loving me Niomy of quot Harles Elliott Harwood february 17, March ? and the Beautiful yacht of k. H. White of Boston. Was Here during last week. Mrs. R. is the Niece of mrs. Col. We. F. Ila Doek. Or. Alfred i. Bulger who three weeks ago suite red a paralytic shocks now gaining. Miss Cora Jordon of Seal Harbor who has been visiting her relatives Here has returned to her Home accompanied by her Cousin miss Ida May Stanley. Mrs. Sadie Hamor and child have returned Home after visiting her relatives and friends at Steuben during the last no month. Or. Horace wedge of Lewiston who came Here to spend the season with his Only brother Edward to his Home. He has suffered for several years from a lung trouble and came Here hoping to receive Benefit from the sea Breeze but not receiving the Benefit he hoped he Felt it necessary to return Home. Mrs. Elizabeth m. Ross of Boston has arrived and is boarding at the Home of mrs. Florence Spurling. Or. George s. Bunker of Boston is expected to arrive Here saturday. Or. Nathan Povich of bar Harbor came Here last week and rented or. Millard Spurling s Little store and sold his goods therein. He had a very Good run of customers during tie entire week. S. C. Sanford caught two Hundred bushels of herring in his Weir last saturday night. Schooner Rozella on her last trip in fishing stocked six Hundred dollars. Rev. Chas. Whittier state missionary of Eastern Maine preached in the Union Church Here last sunday miss f. K. Smith Sullivan Harbor Maino. Hotel Sorrento c. B. Cleveland manager. Just across the 15ay. Maine Central steamers and Smeaine Pauline make frequent trips. Lundi parties Given Especial attention. Broiled Liae lobster a Edwin architect. ��41 West 50th Street new York. It it it graduate of the Sci tool of architecture purls. Office in bar Harbor iii Couge Street. 1 of them Lay and fridays from 10 to 12 if a emr. Denby will exhibit Frea to All Athly once Hia water colors and draw logs of architectural subject done in France Italy. Slowly Greece Turkey the holy Laad. Egypt and Spain Coia fil8ldr the al Neil Monument of All Ledl Fjerem styles in Europe. A Are Oor duly invited. Or. Denby will gladly give Epla Dallons on arc Leo toral Sab Lecta on for Colu a Entrance Examina Tiomi a i e removal old Coil Allons quot by Thomas Ordway a. B. Harvall. In o. Boa i a. Reference by Peri Dualon to . I. 1 lilt i a miss Katherine Dora chiropodist manicuring and shampooing. R. A. Ferry prom new York. Have you made the excursion to some Ville on the Golden bad ? Steamer leaves Roberts s wharf week Daytz at 10 a. M. Returns 8.45 p. M. A abdominal belts imported corsets Fine lingerie an silk pen Coats no. 3 High Street.48 Holland hair wave executed by Julius 8 it. Desert st., bar Harbor. Lepre Senta Lye of Charles amp Julius 912 sixth ave., n. Y. The latest styles and designs of Shell Combs and parts Law hair world sold Aud made to , ladles hair . French 31 e 28th Street. New York 8 mount desert Street near w. I. It cottage m a a

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