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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - December 9, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Debra die Fox building. Insurance broker the Lead inc county paper and the Only Slety journal on flaunt desert Island. De Rasse Fox real estate. S cottages for rent vol. It. No. 46.bab Habboba. Mams wed Kasday working Doe a amp a beb 9, 1903. Five cent j a. Bodiou. Pm Lent. Thomas Sabui Ombler. A Niini 8. Kew Hama vim the first National Bank baft Tarbor me. Fullett a quipped Rob st set kind or tor Mara it Ivailo. . A.8. Lein Iise. Law Long chm. H. Wood. Too. H. 160,000.00 a 110,000.00 Init cd. Jim ref general insurance. Real estate Aad investments. Ellsworth by Harbor k. Loki di8tamcs Tilp bomb. Victor n. Cushman real estate and insurance Law Hawbolt and to. I Bart 84th get. New yogic. The Jewett piano to bib rails May Toab invt the Wood Burt Binming on the Fabbri Tucker Blair pin Bot a no and Mccagg cot Uges is progressing Radii Day and from time to time Ofaf of mov of the mansions in process of constr it a Short in Visto the town to look Over the work. Contractors say that is a conserve above estimate to. Tau its be heard to be 8teinway, Maspn amp Hamlin and Steiner tone pianos. Steinert amp sons co., new England representative Steinert Hall Boston mass. Local representative f. P. Pray amp sons 4 cottage Street bar Harbor Maine. J. Viil Tom al Len i m Porter out Holiday goods have All arrived and the display of table wares and climber sets never have been so attractive representing the skill and Art of foreign and Domestic markets d fax i Ait Vic special Sale of ladies Coats suits and furs at m. Franklin for one week r. H. Kittredge Dubai it by m meats groceries and provisions at wholesale and retail we a Tody y oar wants in the provision une and Are prepared to 111 a. What to have Ito eat is not difl9cult to decide when you see our Stock. Bopf. Pork Sao Miffe Lamb and Ham prime Aud tender cd tokens ducks fruit and Vic tables All the Best fresh and delicious. Come in and you will see for yourself that our Stock or Goj things to a at arc Abote and prices below criticism. 21 it. Desert st. Bar Harbor a Milton. Pour Hor to k Vej remied Tun Lui mulch. A contractor and build Der buggy shop Conte st. By Hobo it k. George u. 8tebbin8, for hot Binming lots of Soo Riiff tin of is qivi09s �1 list tip re to. Mr4 my Grade of t. So ril Arbor baning and Trust co. / mount desert Bloos bar Harbor. A a a a capital . Surplus s60,000.00 liability at too holders 860,000.00. Officers trustees of at in Trident. A p. Wisheu John a. Pour a. C. Lynam st f Aua iras Fred c. Lynam a b. Doiy vow atm a asst rats. Ino. Biddle Porter in. H. Davis. Place on the build ii going on and this is in excess of the record of any previous year. There have been years when a larger number of cottages were constructed but the Agger the amount involved has not been so Large. A cottage whip i will be ready for of Copan Ynezo season is that which or. J. A. Park will build for s. W. Bridgham. The House will have one of the most Beautiful locations in the Village on the Shan it non Este. Blasting for the cellar has already commenced by Leighton Davenport amp co and the Mason work is to be done by John Preble. The cottage will be about 80x84 feet built from designs by f. L. Savage. The basement will contain besides the Wood and Coal room a drying room Aud Usu dry. On the first floor will be a Large living room 2331 Weeti a in Library parlor 20z2i feet and an Alcove Ofie parlor iox30 feet besides this in the servants Wing will be a servants Hall Kitchen and pantries. The second floor will contain five Lai sleeping rooms with three finely appointed Bath rooms besides four servants Chambers Bath and the housekeeper s room. On the third floor there will be five Chambers a sewing room trunk room and Bath. The Interior is to be finished i Pine except the Den which will be in Black by. Press. In the Mam portion All the Glass used wih be plate and Many of the doors and windows Are to be leaded. At various parts of the House will be piazzas Ruddies in Width from 10 to 20 feet. Tie exterior Walls and roof Are to be shingled. The Quot House is to be erected on tiie site of the old Shannon dwelling and alien Cona plated will add much to the attractiveness of it. Desert Street. The turrets the palatial summer Home i j. J. Emery is in to get hands of a Crew of Lohn e. Clark s men for Rei ovation. The roof of the servants Wing is being raised and another Story will be added containing three Large rooms and a Bash. This cottage built some eight years a of contains some very Fine Cri Manship. The finish of tie first floor is All of mahogany and Black Walnut with much Beautiful carving and inlaid work. The stairway is a feature of the House its columns a foot Square beautifully carved and the Balustrade of Fretwork had carved on either Side fou Oving a custom which is constantly growing the Cushman estate on Eden Street is having the number of its buildings it marked by the construction of a House for s Gardener. Dudley Grindle 4s the Buber Leighton Davenport amp co., have the plumbing and Green amp Reynolds will do the Furnace work. When completed it will be a neat and attractive Little cottage with All Modem Convene Loeb. The style of architecture Cones Odds with Flie other build mrs on the estate. On the first floor Are parlor dining room and Kitchen and above Auy three sleeping rooms and a Bath. Ground was broken last week for another hand Ernie cottage to be built on the Shore for John l Kane. It will occupy the site of the old Bergner cottage and will add to the attractive Caa of that Section which to Many is the most desirable in the town coma paoding As it does such a Broad water front and extended Ocean View. _ besides All Ibe building with which the summer populace pays tribute to bar har Bor s Bea tics and add thereto numbers of houses Are being erected by townsmen. These Are destined not to be Mere residences during the summer but hoites As Well when the cold blasts Are blowing from Frenchman Bay ail the Snow is piled High. Or. F. E. Whitmore and Bis family for some Little time have been occupying their charming residence on Roberts Avenue. The Bouse is modern and up to Date in every particular and was built by or. A. A. Lawrence. A. H. Davenport did the plumbing and f. E. Sherman the Furnace work. On the fir to floor Are Hall parlor dining room Kitchen and convenient pantry. On the second floor Are four Chambers and a Bath and in the basement a Well equipped laundry. A Short distance above on the same Street or. George Guptill is build log a House for himself which is now boarded in. Just off Roberts Avenue Dudley Grin die is erecting a neat House for Irving Hodgkins. It w a Small modern House with a French roof. The plumbing was done by or. E. Stanley painting by l. W. Tabbutt and the Furnace put in by Green Are Dolda. On the it floor am three rooms and % Ball and above Are four dumb Bra. Quite near this or. Charles by Ink iii of Bis of Cap Iacy and it is wow Carly comp left. Of Grady agma i Iivo to ooh Art Bing made a House which Seth hop kids will erect for or. Leroy Pavls. It will be a convenient modern establish it of eleven rooms. Or. Davis is having it built for his own occupancy. Tobias Roberts has recently had built two tenements on Des Isle Avenue. These to were built by Seth Hopkins and Ai to be rented a third House for or. Roberts is being built at the Comer of Hancock and main streets. This House Rauhe first floor has a Kitchen dining a Gin and parlor. There Are four sleeping rooms on the second and two on the third floor. The Des Isle Avenue houses Are modern in All particulars and or. H. R. Willey has just settled in one of them. Another House recently completed is one on summer Street owned and built by tar. Hopkins it is a neat eleven room cottage and will be occupied by or. C. H. Cousins. Or. Elwood w. Hill has just finish excavating for the foundation of the Block which will be erected for or. T. L. Roberts next the Ford building on West Street _ st. Saviour s Church. Edward b. Mears cottages for rent or for Sale. Office bar Harbor Maine. House lots for Sale on easy terms Shannon property. On ledge Lawn Avenue. Of Waldron Road. On Glen Mary Bead. On Cedar Lane. On Cromwells Harbor Boad. Apply to j. F. Hodgkins 27 a est Street. A goodly attendance at the annual meeting of the Parfit. The annual Parish meeting of st Saviour s Church was held on tuesday december i at 7.30 p. M., in the choir room. Twenty nine persons were present of whom Twenty five were qualified voters. The Rector opened the meeting with the apostles Creed the lord s prayer and a special prayer for the guidance of the holy spirit the Rector acted As chairman or. Alec j. Grant As clerk. A Short address bras made by the Rector in which he spoke of the Many things which encouraged him and of a few which caused him regret and some discouragement he especially regretted some sentiments uttered at the meeting held in May which had been somewhat gloomy and stated that he saw nothing now but that which hopeful the Diklic ullies presented in bar Harbor Are not Dii Lerent from those to been countered in every Community the prejudices to be overcome Are not greater than elsewhere and the same amount of patient persevering Earnest single hearted to in will iti the Long Luu accomplish with god s Blessing desired results the Rector spice also of tue defection of some of the people whose loyally to the Church seemed to be measured rather by personal feeling than by Strong Faith who had permitted the change in the Rector ship or some other objection to influence the sending of their children to i to Day school and their own attendance at Church. He especially regretted that a multiplicity of duties during the summer had prevented him irom malting the acquaintance sooner of Many of the Winter people. The work of the woman s auxiliary he sunday school and sewing school was spoken of and a Hearty invitation extended to All persons too operate in the work of the Parish. The clerk s report included the Reading of the minutes of the several meetings during the summer and autumn. Repairs upon the exterior of the Church will be made in the Spring. The treasurer reported a balance in the Bank of sufficient amount by Economy and care if the offerings during the Winter Ara the same As last year to carry the Parish through without debt to june. Nominations for wardens and vestry men were then made and the voting proceeded in regular order messes. Rumsey and Everett Salisbury acting As tellers. The result was the election without any change of the Board elected last May. Johnston Livingston senior Warden. Frank m. Coolers Junior Warden. Alec j. Grant clerk. Frank e. Sherman treasurer. David b. Ogden John c. Livingston we. J. Schieffelin Francis How Johnson f. W. Chandler m. P. Cleaves w. J. Evans n. J. Salisbury George Stafford vestry men. A Resolution of Loving sympathy for Nathan j. Salisbury was passed by a rising vote. The Benediction was pronounced by the Rector and the Meel i a adjourned. Immediately after the adjournment by request a Solo was Sung by or. J. F. Anthony. The members then repaired to the Parish House to partake of simple refreshments which had been provided. A pleasant social meeting was held for an hour. New cemetery. Bar Harbor in soon have a place to Bury its dead. A real state Deal of importance has recently been completed whereby some ten acres of land at the lower end of the Shannon property on the Cromwells Harbor Road and the a Edge Lawn Avenue Extension Haa been Quot purchased by messes. L. B. Deasy c. C. Morrison f. Coolers. E. B. Mears f. A. Sherman b. E. Clark mrs. Phoebe s. Rodick a. E Lawrence h. A. Lawford h. Finkl Fred c. Lynam and b s. property was Pirc aged last Spring from the Shaana estate by Mesin. Mor Ridob Deasy and Mefus and the Pramot owners have made the Purchase with the intention of using the lot for cemetery purposes. For general management the property has been transferred to a Board of managers composed of b. A. Clark mrs. Phoebe s. Rodick and f. Con tiers surveys have been made by Curtis of Boston and lord of bar Harbor and the work of Clearing the land has commenced. The providing of a cemetery has become an imperative need in bar Harbor. The private ground on it desert Street is the Only one in the Village and in that the lots Are practically All taken. This being the Case Many people have been forc �0 carry their dead to hulls Cove or Salisbury Cove for interment which is regarded As somewhat of a hardship. The location of the lot selected is excellent just at the outskirts of the Village and at the foot of the mountains. Not Only will it be appreciated by those who can visit the Graves of loved ones there but the acquisition of a cemetery Well Laid out and Well kept will undoubtedly add another feature to bar Harbor s Many . Already applications have been made for lots. Mrs. Fuller will give an elocution recital in the m. E. Vestry december 14. Miss Stone assisted by mme. Ravi Brooks of Bangor will give a recital a the m. A. Vestry de Ember 10. High school notes Parent s Day Avih be observed next Friday afternoon. The scholars have prepared a program of music and remit unions All the parents and friends Are cordially invited to he present. As it in nearing the end of term extensive reviews Are being made Over All the term s work. Extensive is not like wrong word to use for three books of Virgil. Ehner Cleaves entertained at pit on wednesday evening. The sophomores have written three Chi Liqued stories which have been read with great amusement. This afternoon the last division of the freshman class will entertain the school by declarations. The Sophomore class is taking a review of the term s work and is preparing for a spelling match in French. The juniors have finished Reading com us and begun by Midas. One of the sophomores met with a slight Accident in geometry class last wednesday. Being sleepy of Fdl from his chair. The Junior class has begun the review of Cicero and English history. The sophomores Are batting with the life of Caesar but probably no one will attempt to write a biography of that great Man although Many criticisms Are heard on the one they Are now and abroad. It is the general expectation that work on the Panama canal will Start in Earnest Early in january. The treaty was signed without amendment by the approved a a embers of the govern ment Junta. The decree issued by the Junta was Quot whereas a guarantee of the Independence of the isthmus has been obtained and Quot whereas celerity is indispensable to secure an efficacious and immediate fulfilment of this obligation on the part of the United states and the provisional government formed by the unanimous will of the isthmus and possessing full Sovereign Powers Over the isthmus territory be it Quot resolved and declared that the treaty pfc approved in All its in order to prevent an outlier macedonian uprising in the Spring and the danger of a War Between Turkey and Bulgaria As a consequence Russia and Austria have proposed to the other pow trs that Steps be taken immediately to put into operation a plan Ucli like that now in ton e in Cie a. They desire to unite in the i it of a lir Istian governor of a. Edwinia. I rot c to it a w la be offered then As will As the t . E. C s. Notes. Powers will intervene. Asks recognition. At a recent meeting monograms were awarded by the Board of directors to a. B. Luce John Boone James e. Battles Ray Fellows Thomas Bridges c. D. Mccready Clarence Terrill j. A. Pierce Rodney Holmes Willard Harding. H. R. , Maurice Kennedy. The football team met recently and Cyrus d. Mccready of Houlton was elected Captain of the Seminary team for 04. Quot like provisional t run sent of Domingo has rebut Sterl recognition of the i cited states. Tie conditions under which the United status will re Godise the new government Are a the go Ern hint must agree to abide by and re pet the agreements made by the j r a Ding administration must recognise the than ner of settlement arrived at in Case of the improve int company of new York and the Ros and Sala cases must recognise and carry into full effect the concessions to the Clyde s. S. Co., and must Grant the privilege to the United states to establish at dangerous Points on the coast lighthouses to Aid maritime traffic. $ in the midst of a 34-Mdft Gale and a tempestuous sea off the Virginia capes Boatswain decry swam 100 Yards to save the sut it Nih Rihr for to boat a us adder and were Leing towed to Norfork va., but in the storm broke adrift. The Moccasin landed High in and dry near the Currituck life saving station and was not damaged examination later proved. The adder did not fare so Well and it was while she was floundering in the trough of the sea that Deery performed his daring feat for which he will be commended to the president. The adder was towed to Norfolk where she was found to be leaking badly. Ruve deed. The mount desert nurseries. We. Miller manager. Trees shrubs vines herbaceous and bedding plants. Planting of every kind planned and carried out. Hie nurseries Are opon to visit Ria the office and greenhouses Are upon Schooner head Road and have Telephone connections. William l. Pierce Acob sob to Willuam Lumb a of plumb big steam # hot water heating �7 main st. Barj Arbor wain8. To Mai my rom item �9 Imus a 1.4 y�itllatt9� of he a a a Malm a a boy

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