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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - August 12, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Degrasse Fox building. Insurance broker bar the leading county paper and the Only society journal on flaunt desert Island. Degrasse Fox real estate. Cottages for rent Yor. 17, pkg. 29. Bai Harbor Maine wednesday morning August 12� 190�o�o. Five cents j a. Konick pres Lent. Thomas Searls cashier. Arthur s. Newman vice president the first National Bank bar Harbor me. Fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking. $50,000.00 $10,0000 correspondence invited. Capital surplus and profits directors. J. A. Rohlck. A. 8. Newman. Henry a Law lord Chas. H. Wood. Geo. H. Grant. To the Public we desire to Call your attention to our new offices established in the Jellison amp Whitney building Corner of main and cottage streets bar Harbor where we will to pleased to see Joa at any time. Our business is principally fire insurance real estate and investments. Our insurance department represents Twenty of the Best Stock com Nanies in tbs and foreign countries. We will be glad to look after the buying and Selling of real estate. Our securities will be carefully selected. Any business you May give a will be fully appreciated. Trusting that we May have a fair share of your patronage we Are very respectfully the Geo. H. Grant go. Brokers bar Harbor. Swimming club Ball. The largest event of the season to be held at the Casino monday evening August 17th. B k Whitney. 1 amp Carter. A Victor n. Cushman real estate and insurance bar Harbor and no. I East 34th st. New Harbo grand horse How an August 18, 19 and 20 fair i Lii will be now rin Glaiel d finest exhibition for a hand no Lionso Lover Hilo iii ?8 it. More thin jik spleen left a Leigh bred horses will be exhibited some forty Ditlev rent classes. Many l ii Laiu list Lua and new York horse show Blue ribbon cars will be among those in attendance. The tit King Eventa will include 2.35 class pacers and 2.32 class Trotters purse $150 2.21 class ii cers ind 2.17 class Trotters purse $200 2.50 class pacers Anil 2.47 Cla is Trotters purse $150 Jurf i fur All Trotters and pacers purse 400. Sugii Milcent Bench show under the auspices of the National Kennel association. Special excursion rates Over All railroads. Saddle horses. Or. W. F. Storm formerly instructor in the Royal prussian cavalry is now at bar Harbor with first class Saddle horses and equipments and is stabled at his old location no. 4 High Street off cottage Street. Instruction Given to ladies and gentlemen beginners and advanced pupils. Reliable Saddle horses for hire. French German and English spoken. Highest references. For terms apply Tow. F. Storm 4 High Street skirts can be rented. Telephone in Romp services Good horses. Terms trim vehicles reasonable. Intelligent e. Foster proper. West Street bar Hatbob. The most popular in use pens. Loo Stulga to suit All Wei task station mtg a have them Onia Cahoun . 2� John of. Win York. A. Is. Quot contractor and builder a subscription Ball Lor the Benefit of the swimming club is to be Given at the Casino on cottage Street on the evening of August 17th. The following ladies have kindly consented to act As Patr Nesses mrs. Burton Harrisson Banks mrs. Edward Coles mrs. H. C. Chapman mrs. A. J. Cassati mrs. Henry dry ton mrs. Henry Dimock mrs. J. J. Emery mrs. Frank Ellis mrs. Ernesto Fabbri. Mrs. Be brass Fox miss Furniss mrs. Charles Ewing Reen mrs. Horace Gallatin mrs. George s. Hale mrs. John hone c. Harrison k. Jesup mrs. Herbert Jaques countess de Laugier Villars. Mrs pm. Lawrence mrs. I Philip Livingston mrs. Ford Ham it Rorris mrs. Edward h. Mears mrs Dave Mlennan Morris mrs. J. W. Miller mrs. Clement a vol of Ltd mrs. A. P. Pea body mis. a. Re ill a mrs. I a liner sir Man mrs i dear Scott mrs a. W. Scely mrs. Montgomery Sears mrs. W. J. Or list ii Lin mrs. Herbert Sears mrs. Morton Sinit i mrs. G. A Minry Thorndike. Mrs. J. Madison tay. I a mrs. tin scr. Mrs. Clarence , mrs. C. K. Writ it mrs. Francis Wal Han mis. K. Hall Mccormick. I of a uni v obtained will l c used to build i Large Nio Dern ballroom surrounded with in connection with the present club House. Titis room and its surroundings will be so arranged As to be available for private entertainments musicals concerts Etc. Tickets May be obtained trom any of the Patr Nesses or from the clerk at the noot amp so importers of High class novelties in Keal lace Robes stoics Collar Siik and White skirts Paris neckwear lounging Kobs lace styles Lor fall Wear in silk and Madras waists Outing and Golf hats. Moderate . Noot amp son adjoining cottage below main Street. Do Gonya s drug slope. Bar ,boarding Nisa testable Follst class Wiigs of e v k u y kind by the hour Day week or season. Farewell note. Eleven v. E. Macy ten. Others Are or. Williim Fleitman or Philip Livingston or. W. F. Storm w. Butler Duncan a. Do a miss Janet Dana the misses Whiting Lea Shippen Luquer mrs. Richard Walden Hale Williar d. Hill Helen Sears Henry Reed Hatfield j. M. Harrington miss Dorothy Whit Ney miss Adelaide Randolph r. H. Thorndike h. M. Sears w. C. Allison mrs. William Lawrence Green mrs. Dorothy p. Edwards s. Megargee Wright or. G. W. Elkins Henry l. Eno miss Daisy Leiter Stephen h. Tyng a. C. So Winkle. Misses e. And o. Ames j. T. Bowen mrs. Grace Hoffman White John j. White or or. Ketter Linus or. Schieffelin or. L. S. Cleaves or. Foster Milliken. The coach stands have been taken rapidly. Or. L. Z. Leiter has two. Others Are or. Macy mrs. Seely w. H. L. Lee mrs. Sherley w. Butler Duncan mrs. Carpenter or. Hicks mrs. Anderson mrs. Peabody or. J. T. Bowen or. J. L. Ketterlinus miss Furniss c. S. Wads Worth miss Whiting Walter g. Ladd miss Biddle. S. Megargee Wright mrs. My cure Kol Jimison a Bleecker links or. Al eur Rowhie or. Mccormick. Edward b. Mears cottages for rent or for Sale. Bar Harbor Maine. To editor of the Rix okd in behalf of the baseball team i now take the Opportunity to thank the people of bar Harbor tor the kindness and appreciation that they have shown toward us upon All occasions. One and All heartily regret their departure , from this port and Pray that they May be favored by an Opportunity to visit Here soon again. We did our Best to satisfy the sporting fraternity in the Way of baseball and owing to the inability to practice we were not always in the Best condition desirable. Following is the line up of the team and their standing in the Navy league thus far m. J. Flanagan s. S. A e. Blu Dan c. C. F. O Brien 2 a j. Snuesky c. F. C. B. Blaney capt 1. F. R. S. Madeley r. F. A. Rennie p. I. Forster i a c. Waite 1 b. C. A. Dawson p. B. J. Hex Iames. Won. . Perc. 1 10 3 75<j always wishing that the people of bar Harbor will Ive a Long and joyous life 1 remain sincerely yours cii.\s. B. ,.\nkv, capt. Of Hall team. Mikov i a i i it. It was Early saturday morning in the year of Nineteen three the Texas she did steam along ahead of her column three. A Long time we cruised about a upside of Frenchman Bay and when we tried to enter the Kearsarge said nay nay. We steamed at a moderate rate of Speed l ii til the Early morn. And upon sighting the Olympia we knew our Hopes forlorn. We then opened up and sped Alon. Making but Little noise and soon Ott our port Bow we sighted the Illinois. We made a Gallant break for port about ten Miles Oil the land and Ashen about a Nule or two a surrender they did in Eyuind. Their starboard Battery Blaed , Aid fired Many a shot. We All knew it was a Lake so be answered not. W e steamed in behind the rest As prisoners of War and when we anchored in the by there was Many a Happy tar. W e have a Chance to go ashore and together talk it Over. And drink to tie health of the it Fundus t the merry War manoeuvre. C. B. . U. S. F. S. Texas bar Harbor me., Augustu i p3. The horse show. Shop cottage st., bar Harbor. Me entries for the horse show and fair August 18, 19 and 20 have been coming in a very satisfactory Way and everything Points to a most successful show. A great Deal of interest has been manifested which is very encouraging to those in charge. A number of Fine horses have been entered among the amp a who have made entries being or. A. J. Cassatt whose stable will be represented by eighteen mrs. We. B. Leeds who has entered seventeen or. And mrs. C. B. Newbold or visitors. And those who visit at the surrounding summer resorts. Mrs. Ii. Rolinson of Boston is spending Auu to with mis. Austin iti Elps. Or. George l. Dickerman who is spending the summer at the Seaside inn Seal Harbor was in town monday. Miss Sanders is spending the summer at Atlantic City x. J. Or. In Oise Dramond assistant City editor of the Boston Globe with mrs. Dramond has been spending his vacation at the Louisburg. Hon. Theodor Hansen charge d affaires of the russian legation is at the st. Sauveur. Among the Many delightful people at the st. Sauveur none Are More popular than Hon. And mrs. J. C. Manion of Utica n. V. Or. Manion was american Consul at Johannesburg South Africa at the time of the Jameson raids and All through the Boer War. Or. Myron w. Whitney who is Well known to bar Harbor people through his Many successes Here each season will give a song recital at the Louisburg monday morning August 17, at Cju Arter after eleven. Or. John v. Turner of Charlestown mass., with his Niece miss Turner is staying at the Newport. Or. E. W. Histed of 53r fifth Avenue new York is at the Louisburg. Or. Histed has a number of appointments to photograph the cottagers at their Homes. He will remain in bar Harbor for a week. Mrs r. I. 7 of new \ Ork came from Newport this week and c copying the new John Harrison cottage on i Agle Lake Road. Capt. R. P. Dodgers Aud miss Julia dodgers of Newn oik Are at the Bel Mont Lor the month. Or. Francis ropers gave a song Recita at fallen Hall on Moi by 11101 ning i. Henry Goodrich at the piano. I Rogers is a great favorite Liere Siul was welcomed by a Large Audi inc. This wednesday morning mrs. Lewis Sayre Buri hard will give a piano Ami son re at Rossene the residence of mrs. Cornelius b Smith at . Or. And mrs. A Eorge w. Bui leighow new \ Ork and miss Stockton by Iisley have arrived at tie i in scr cot ,e. Mrs. Burleigh is .1 of Ien. Robert t. Stockton i new Jersey. Miss Beasley is the granddaughter old mrs. Robert i Quot. Silt Kkt it in w to spent a number of seasons Liege. A about Luo people were a a i sent it do her at Kebo on Satui Day a Viii. A. \ 111011-those who dermis. . Ii in i Smith mis. swing ii ii or. Fleitman mis i , , mis. J.inu-i-1. Miili. In or. I. 11. Silverman or. J. R. I Eliut mrs. Manson. Or pm his guests mrs. L ii. Sih i , a r. And a mrs. A. B. Meyer miss Ildna . Tilers present were or. Stokes miss fico or. , miss , m iss Rutherford or. Wellman or Bacon mrs Fleitman or. Bates or. James Miller miss de Forest or. Martin miss a Mccormick or. Rogers or. \ an Bridon miss Heustis mrs. Cond Jii miss Root or. Van Boyen or. Goodrich or. Liuro or. Hildreth or. Hauge miss Hill or Hubbard miss Ellsworth or. Halm or. Bowler or. Thorndike miss hol Lins. Miss Walley miss Bailey Fiss Taylor or. Patterson mrs. Wellman or. Whitney or. Icilus miss Ireen miss Campbell miss Patten miss of. W. Rutherford or. Johnson mrs. Hutchinson mrs. Burleigh or. Denby or. Miller miss Draper mrs. Johnson or. Hawes. A number of the naval officers were present at the dance. Miss Root daughter of Secretary Root we has been the guest of mrs. Henry f. I ii Nock left yesterday. Office mayor Low of new York and mrs. Low to arrive in bar Harbor on August 16, where they will be the guests of or. And mrs. John Stewart Kennedy at Kebarden Lodge for a week. Or. A. F. Shaugher a went abroad in time to attend the Centenary of the lon Don sunday school Union. After the meetings of the Centenary were Over he went for a Short trip into Switzerland with his brother or. Henry Shaufler of Cleveland. Or. Shuffler sailed for Home on the Campania August 8, and expects to arrive in bar Harbo about August 18. He has promised to preach at Seal Harbor on August 23, and at the congregational Church in bar Harbor on August 30. On sunday afternoon a recital was Given at the Briars the summer Home of or. And mrs. Montgomery Sears a delightful party was Given at Chil Tern on monday afternoon by mrs. Edgar Scott for her Little son. About Tifty Little ones were present and spent an enjoyable after Noemi. Mrs. J. Montgomery was in ton for a few Days this week or. Heathe Ciro try has issued announcements for a song at a den Hall mrs. I Niermeyer s summer Home saturday ii orning August 15, at eleven o clock he will be assisted by miss Mary Colden Tracy and or. Cgeorge Harris or. Or. Gregory is Well known to most of the summer Colony having spent the past three seasons at Newport and is equally Well known in new York Washington Philadelphia and Boston. Last Winter he was a member of the Maurice Frau opera company and he has appeared in private before King Edward Ati of England and Many of the notable people of the United states. Mrs. William Disston entertained a party of fourteen at lunch yesterday. Or. And mrs. V. Everett Macy gave a sailing party with dinner at the Manor inn Sullivan Harbor last thursday night. There were eleven in the party and they had so enjoyable an Outing that another is planned for this week monday and tuesday were Busy Days socially. The delightful weather was taken advantage of and there were a number of notable affairs. On monday mrs. E. H. Ripley gave one of her delightful Days at Home. Yesterday or. John Pione gave a Large reception at the pot Kettle club for miss Alice Castleman of Kentucky who is the Fiance i of his son or. Augustus c. Hone. Miss Eustis entertained it Mare \ Ista for miss Whitney and mrs. A. J. Cassatt gave her first notable affair of the season at her summer Home. N my its mar on Maitlyn the contralto gae a song recital at the iii a saturday morning assisted t \ or. A Maurice Rumsey the a Tair was Antler the patronage of mrs Wilson by sell. Miss Furniss mrs. R. motor Niu k. . Iro. E m rave its. L1. Rip lev .mi.-. Wiil Iain j. Schick Luclin and Rev. Stei Lien 11. Ireen. Mrs. A Lii re Covard Davis of Boston is at tie Lombarto cottage i it i Street for the Sumner. Mrs. Davis is a relative of miss s. A. Lombard who is at the Parker cottage. It will be difficult to name a philanthropic on Christian work which had not the Aid and sympathy of the late we. E. Dodge. Readers of the Rix okd will recall that his name Lead among the sign ices of the Call for the Hampton meeting which was published on saturday. He was known As a life Long Friend of the work of uplifting the negroes. Or. And mrs. A. Clifford Shinkle Are the guests of or. And mrs. A. Howard Hinkle during the horse show. The mount desert nurseries. We. Miller manager. 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 Atid in Large Quantity besides increasing markedly the capacity of soils. Valuable when used alone they form with l one Niehl a Toni Pete and excellent Tuiai Iurco for lawns and Gruss Hinds which besi Iles the Rieti growth it . Hii i the great advantages of being wholly free from Weed seeds easily applied and one Ftp m Ollie Isitt odor. Our Wood ashes Are us leached thorough by sen i used and tie Best to be obtained. Prices upon application. The office and greenhouses Aie upon Schooner Hea Road and Telephone connections. Are you a Rug buyer to ills a i Liisi a 1 Ira t \ 111 Pel acct Clious 1 tis i in la iii ill ibid to i Oculi s. Is Able t. Tier \ Oil. Nil Ilici oils p. Iii cd .st.il. A 1 i a a 1 e v Bat the Liol 11,11110. S dii my midst a t n 111 ill i a i by new \ Gnu a i iii get no Iio isl but t or b i a Stille Stock ii c the t \ Uli Isicc it i stain Lii in tic Mei Bros arc what thu \ . To you Jill. We have f Uro n Login and , i Lii vegas Well As will ii ladle show you our it we Tiu vol. 0.1 .1 i a i it i \ m 1 a iii 1 a of n i m. Twin i ii known i la \ in Kiwi ill i and makes. Cults Nia Ilc to Unior Fiona $10, $25 to $75 per Sipi arc Yard at absolutely wholesale rates. Both twins being now in bar Harbor they will gladly wait in you personally. Visit our persian Palace on main Street and inspect two masterpieces of the Eastern loom. Royal persian Palace silk carpet valued at i2 5,o a and a Royal Kermanshah 16x21 valued at g 15,000. Headquarters 375 fifth Avenue new York above jul Doit. George l. Stebbin cottages for rent. Building lots on sea i or Sal offices Seal Harbor me., and 102 produce exch uti a a n. Y. A Bsat so six

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