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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - February 28, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine We f to a a eau Haftl Limo a a. . Feb Babir m 00. Lii bar Harbor record. Or Urlis ibid by to my Harbor press company it Smth. Mitor pm no mfr. M. A it a a a Cut. A a Muti a Timov. Emt bks at the bar Harbor Post Folk a As Kotb Wisd at the bar hard or to matter july ii if. Soc tiption Price i1.50 per rear in and Tahoe. All Arr com a will be cd Ira god it the rate quot a Drin Lazion of titi Kilt it it in it is Lar e for a paper o it Ciach and ii or nine. M it of the my nor residents arc Amin in subset hers hence the paper is wii Fly Tishri baited and a a tiers exceptional to adv Orli frn. Special rtt a ill be made to to lug engaging in it Pace by of in. Estimates of advertising will be a Ippu d on to the eth or. Noi a intr kill by Visconti mind until All a or garages Are at the pm lbs her s omit iii and tier tons wishing their Pajk a stopped must Eive notice Lam Reni at the Exira Tiomi of the to it in a Latici pie s Ikhil i Vious not in a Hll Civin 01 not. evening Tab. 25, 1599. A Catmur report for week cndin.1 saturday Rock. 24. Is99 1 i m l i h a 1 i i. E h a r i irn a . A Ractor i of five cd store it al 5 i a 18 76 n 24 u a to i it .4t i i y 21 . .s.k. . s. I. Clouds Cier car by Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy a Hare been gtd had he consented to Pond to the Hearty encore be received. The Hall was comfortably filled by an appreciative audience notwithstanding the bitter cold weather and quite a neat Little sum was realized. Northeast Harbor. A quot i if s. R la Cloudy a including ram Hai Siccy and inel Tohl Snow. A Froin minimum Scadin he ,. A we it in of scr or. Or. Rumsey s Success. Rioni an i Ilia it Lic up iii of View tic Toni Cert Given by the choir of st. Saviours Church in music Hall monday Niht May fairly he said to have far eve Eedy al anything Ever attempted before in liar Harbor by strictly local Talent. To Many it must have been a pleasant Surprise to listen to the fresh Sweet voices of the Young lads and to note the e is add Pic rising with Wlinich tie Succo. I. of the pro ram were Given. Just about a year ago or. c c. Rumsey ram i to bar Harl of and inaugurated a boys their at st Saviours Churchi. Since then he lie ii steadily and up Dietly at work training these voices until no v lie Lias a a Linoir soul to credit to a Niet Ropo Ita 1 Churchi. While the choir has been singin Eai ii sunday at the services Ani while the a Milar attendant at tic Llu irth live noticed the steady that iia been made yet not until last monday night a Vas the Public at Large called upon to ree Ognie that in the st Saviours choir we have an organization of which run town might be proud. The choir As it appeared at the concert Aas composed of eighteen l of sopranos three Altos three tenors and five Bassos. These latter an support to tin y it in lads and the parts were by evenly Hal act i. A he Progi iii was a Neal Little Pam Lilet of sit in panics and cover in we iii were printed ail tin words of the various songs. There were twelve numbers on the program. ii in such a a to attorn i variety of the Mes and while the music was All be 111 in it is of i lii flt iii in in Larj e de it ree Mudi iii tel Penee i 1 01. Or t l bin out the it cols iii l . Itiat there had a is init iii Suidt a it \ 111 de by , evil iti in Ali Ivy inc Giitl Eresil aits w a a 1 h Lei de he 1 .11 1 1 _ Oil ii k ii 1 i i Kun t inn a a i e 1 Kajuti a i a Lump ii. In Wienir i a a Oiel were Imp Ami so roil. Llie to i he in 1 he time is Orient no tio iome. La al tills .1 1 led an a pie Sion whih Showell t Tail they had been carefully to tin. 1 \ ii Jill. Ii l is of this a iii Bei also be said of lii other f Art s is of to e choir. A Hun Smen s thou. By tier Aiko a the i Losin a piece quot where ire \ ii oin by . Silos or ,. I Rescott Cleaves it nor. Contributed two quot the flight of Ages quot by Bevan and How could 1 Tell quot by Chapman and or. H rank i l. Whitmore baritone two i by Sentinel am i quot by Watson and quot i bedouin love a Iong quot by fins uti. That both then gentlemen admirably sustained their High reputation As soloists goes without saying Wiater in the evening in connection with or. Frank Roberts and or. 1-. Wake eld they formed a quartet whose singing of quot tale in the Amber a Nuch applause. Master Seth Emery s a Soprano Solo Dawn Centle Mower quot by Bennett was a Sweet Little Gem Sung with the Cipres Stoa of a Little artist while master Albert flare u s Soprano Solo quot the Kerry dance quot was so admirably rendered As to Call Forth an encore. The ease with which he took the High note and sustained it brought Down the House. He responded by repeating to e operation and though older mature persons might consider this a risky undertaking his second Ren a Yuop waa equal to his first. Be ftps the most effective number on my i Ocram and that which showed the Omsk Cut to the Best advantage were twi mip finn choruses. The first that a of Schubert s quot we is Sii a a Imam quiet smooth manner with Ltd Rait exp Easiod was followed by a Sid Tiu Sailor lad s song quot by Vin i la a a Ficle the boys put considerable my Tai iii the two pieces by Happerle Agthe Compass and Range to ticket All lending in a Harmo t Fumi Eyt notwithstanding the a of accompany Mumm m Winheld which Willil Tell to tilt Many would quot Ai a. Entertainment under the Auto fees of the kindergarten Amanda ton. Tin tuesday evening february 6th. One of the brightest and Best received entertainments by a More than appreciative was presented in the Parish House tor the f Benefit of the local kindergarten under the auspices of the above named association. The following program will Tell its tale for All mentioned tact in have been l before the Public on other occasions and their reputations have Long ago been established in various roles and capacities and yet possibly this last Effort was the Cui Nina ting Point of individual and collective Success. Rian Otrio mrs Fred .a.foster. Miss Augusta Smallidge and miss Mcclinch. Violin duet. Or. Fred Bartlett and or Benjamin c. heading miss Belle Smallidge Tenor Solo anchored or. Leo. Savage Solo shall we meet again mrs. Ralph Hamor \ ocal duet the Laurel and the Hose mrs. Fred a. Foster and miss Augusta Smallidge Bass Solo. Out on the deep or. Bert fait Reading. Belle Smallidge violin duet or. Fred Bartlett and or. B. C. Craves. This was supplemented by the musical farce the Peak family mrs. Ralph Hamor miss Augusta Salute miss Katherine Frazier mis. Lowell g. Hod Kins miss Mckenny mrs. Charles Trasti mrs. Igor a a. Quot Lavage a miss Caio stank y from the county. bpm 0�r re go or Hancock. Mrs. C. A. A party consisting of or. And mrs. H. W. Johnson Crabtree misses Nancy Abbott Lillian Foss and Lola Crabtree went to North Sullivan wednesday evening to attend the Reading Given by mrs. Laura e. Richards. J. Nelson Stratton and Fred h. Strat Tou who have been employed in getting out lumber logs bark etc., for the log Cabin at the sportsmen s show have gone to Boston to assist in the construct ion of the building. Mrs. N. H. Page who has been ill is better. Miss Bertha Cline came from Rockland last Friday. Or and mrs. Burton Mei chant g. A. Oakes and miss Carrie Oakes went to Lamoine last saturday to visit mrs Luther ii Patria k South Deer Isle. Sister Kasal Ulster Luertha. Sister . Sister Matilda quot sister Susannah. Sister Dorothy sister Maria sister , the last portion of the evening s enter Tain nent made everybody merry for it was one of the most laughable farces Ever presented in this Village even As against i professional Talent. While the Vanhole entertainment was most excellent yet the writer wishes to express his a j pre nation of the two readings As this \ form of entertainment is somewhat out of tie Ordinary in our vocal Talent and it i certainly ought always to have its a Dace i in All moved porn Grams especially so when a thought in words can be so readily and j accurately reproduced As it was by miss Belle Smallidge. I the president of the association mrs. I ii Phillips then thanked All present for their close attention and Hearty financial support. She also made a statement of the receipts of the evening which came in Little bags some from our summer visitors and some from the Good people of this Village which amounted to one Hundred and fifteen dollars 5i 13. She then called upon Rev or Norwood for a few remarks but he thought it Wiser for or. F. 1. Phillips one of our respected citizens. Whose experience in such lines is greater than his to put the finishing touches to the evening which he did with ood Humoured bantering and with words to the Point. Tie association have every reason to be Happy and proud of their attempt to sup a lament the kind Aid of the founder of the iii Sergai ten mrs. B. M. Bryson of new n Ork. This lady has done much for this \ Ishige in thi it particular line so i has in others and it must be most Gratifying to her to realize that the Good mothers in our midst Are str Vinji to not Only do Good to their own but also to show in a most practical manner their appreciation of such unequal ill d interest. I under the Able business management of the present association the Large heart de interest of the Public the general ability of miss Mcclinch the Kinder Gart Ner and the useful Sei vice of tie Asj is tout. Miss Mckenna and the High and uns tinted interest of the founder we May Only exp t the greatest possible benefits to accrue to All concerned with every Good wish for the association. A Kikm. This has been a Good Sample of what new England can do in the weather line with a few extras thrown in. Though Snow has fallen in ample quantities to make Good Sleigh King it has drifted so that most of the ground is left Bare and wheels have the Road with a hard Job to get them through the drifts. The rain of thursday settled the Snow a Good Deal. The schools in town have been As a Rule very successful this Winter judging by the reports Given. Two very pleasant socials have been held Here lately the first for the Young people the second for the married and elderly class. The latter was at capt. Seth Hatch s this week. An old fashion supper of baked Beans Brown bread pies and cakes was served with ice Cream Foi a finish aft r which tiie evening was passed in social Cha and enlivened with music. The proceeds go for Church purposes. Mrs. Mary Powers and her brother Caleb Parris were summoned to Gloucester last week to see their brother Thomas who is serious la ill. Fred Robbins. Who has been at work in Boston has been visiting friends Here for a few Days. He was summoned Back the last of the week. Capt. Jason Greenlaw is still in the Hospital at por and. His wife is also in that Cord. Fred Mcke Otle works in the Mill while mrs. Mckently assists n the Kitchen. Daniel West is Home from bar Harbor waiting for the masons to Complete their work. He is a Carpenter who ranks High in his chosen work. It would be difficult to find a Community possessing better or More musical Talent than Egypt. A quartet consisting of l. Judson West Basso Daniel West Tenor Helen Butler Soprano Rena Butler. Alto furnish the music at the sunday services and their equal would be hard to find. In fact the whole town of Franklin is highly blessed with Good voices. Perhaps it would let a hard to find in All Hancock county a better choir than is to l e found at the Baptist Church under the direction of or. Orren s. Donnell who has l Een chorister for Over 13 years. The choir has reached a High degree of excellence. Miss Clara f. Dunn and mrs. Caddie Blaisdell and miss Leia Gordon sopranos mrs. Helen Gordon and miss Librn Jard. Altos or. Charles Sprague and or. O. S. Donnell and w. E. Bragdon tenors mrs. Lillian Donnell organist. Friday evening Uliey at the Home of the organist and sunday a turning the congregation knows about what to expect. Sunday evening they Aie also on hand with their assistance. Or. Donnell then plays the violin. Rev. the pastor of the methodist Church had a quot big run quot of weddings saturday. February 17. Let the Good work Goon until cupid shall have smitten every heart. Miss Neitie Whitaker who recently married a Man from Sullivan is one of our Formost school teachers. She is a Fine Christian woman and All wish her unbounded happiness. Prospect Harbor. Franklin. $3.s0 $3.50 ask Ortho Jenness Muer Swiea a a for women. They Are the Best made s3.si for children the orthopaedic last is the shape of the foot. Men or Wool boots and rubbers. S2.25 the first Quality. G. Cladd it. Desert Block. Asa Hodgkins amp thimble parties. Some of the of bar Harbor have begun a series of afternoon socials better known As thimble parties which Are composed of about thirty ladies. The order of entertainment is As varied As it is interesting and affords no end of amusement. The first party of this season was Given by mrs. Luther Leach on Hancock Street. At an Early hour her Beautiful new cottage was filled with a quiet harmonious company and her feast of Good things in the Way of refreshments could scarcely be surpassed. While the entertainment was exceedingly droll and witty affording information and profit. The subject of her literary Puzzle was quot a dinner the second part As Given by mrs. D. L. Drew and mrs., c. Parker a mrs Drew s Home in Kennebec place. Her inviting commodious House was made Gay with Happy cheery voice and matronly countenances each pair of hands bearing her own fancy needlework neatly folded in gaily coloured working bag. Dainty refreshments were served during the afternoon followed by a substantial feast of Good things. No word of gossip or slander is admitted to this Circle but Bright witty wholesome Exchange of Tough and language with always a study in shape of a literary Puzzle a this time enticed quot missing letter quot by which we Learned with other things that is the longest we in the English . Mrs. H. F. Day and daughter Ida May went to Ells Worth tuesday to c. E. Convention of which they used to be members when living in Surry. Rev. Thomas Mcdonald visited Rev. H. F. Day Friday. He was just from Millinocket where he has _ been since june. From Here he went to Lamoine to visit Rev. J. S. Blair. Or. Mcdonald is a preacher of considerable Power and his last pastorate was at Mill Torii. Me a Good Many people go from Here to Ellsworth and Bangor by train shopping. The Railroad is proving of great convenience. Deacon Branch Woodworth who died in bar Harbor recently was until his re Moval to bar Harbor a resident of Franklin the funeral waa held at the Baptist Church. Rev. 11. I. Day officiating. The Baptist choir Sang. T he wife and family have the Heartfelt sympathy of a Large Circle of friends in their great Bereave ment. L. Fernald who work a in bar Harbor As a Cutter on the Scott Job now has a Good Job with j. P. Gordon. Quot All quot never Loans. He is one of our Best work men and gets work when others fail. Clarence Orcutt died february a after a Long and painful illness. Funeral at the Home of his sister at West Frank Lin. Rev. H. A quot. Day preached the ser Mon c. E. Donelley in charge. Clarence Orcutt was the children s Friend. His has been a lonely life since the death of his Mother last sunni i and the consequent breaking up of his Home. I Eaton Ciao. H. Rutter shows signs of permanent improvement in his condition and his friends Are hopeful for Complete recovery. Or. Bridgham is his physician. Miss Jessie Keniston is considerable better. The Fine stand of buildings owned and occupied by Trueman m. Blaisdell were entirely consumed by fire As the result of a lamp exploding in a room near the barn on the evening of february 23. Nothing of value was saved from the House. His horse was saved but five sheep and lambs burned. Or. Blaisdell has the sympathy of the town. Being a Man of business and push he will probably rebuild. Or. And mrs. Augustus bulk i spent a few Days at Beer land recently at the Home of her brother c. J. Murch. Fishing at Tunk is a great attraction for our sporting inclined. There is great fishing Thara. Tronic Tongue and Salmon in great abundance Are taken daily from the water. Franklin has Many Good fishing lakes and Ponds. L. C. Bragdon is having his ice House filled with ice from George s Pond. T. M. Havey is putting in ice for use in the hotel. Egypt is a Busy Community this Winter. E. G. Burnham at his steam Mill is Rushing things. He Hopes to Sai 1,500,000 Staves teds season. He drop lbs 23 men and 4 horses besides scores who haul by John i. Hyde of Portland state a edit Fot the underwriter s fire extinguisher has been in town for a week or More and has sold mind of the extinguishers to individuals for Home use. The ladies of the methodist society gave an ice Cream social at the residence of or. John Coombs on saturday evening. Their object was to raise Money for the Benefit of their pastor. J. L. Pinkerton. M a i r inc i Wakefield of Struben visiting relatives in the Village. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Bunker gave a pleasant card party last Friday evening in their cosy apartments above their Stor let. Dainty refreshments were ser de during the evening and Home time came All too Houn. Preparations Are going Forward for a masked Ball to occur on wednesday evening february 28 in Columbus Hall. The \ Village improvement association furnish the supper. Miss Ella Tracy of Gouldsboro has been spending a few Days with mrs. Lar Rabee. Miss Tracy has lately returned from \ Inal Haven where she has been teaching for some time the \ Village improvement Are meeting weekly now at the Homes of the members. The ladies who entertain furnish Beans and Brown bread the other ladies contributes the rest of the supper. The gentlemen go to Tea and wednesday afternoon and evening passes very quickly and now that the Days Are growing longer much work is accomplished. The Schooner Ralph k. is undergoing quite extensive repairs in the Cove at South and. Mrs. Delia m. Noonan is recovering from her recent sickness. Mrs. John of Perry is visiting friends in Gouldsboro. The dramatic club Are rehearsing for the drama quot the Man from Maine quot to be presented in Columbus Hall some time in March. Misses Annie and Lois Handy Are spending a few weeks with relatives and friends in Gouldsboro. Or. J. M. Williams is taking a few weeks vacation before commencing his Canning business at sober Island Nova Scotia. Avo having built Many cottages in bar Harbor for summer residents Here by plans for it in leading architects of Boston new York and poll Idelphia we feel thai with or hmm eve it Arlenee re builder and the he Vantgos of turned by Osvin tour own Wood working Plant we can offer to those who building special Adan to Gas As to dispatch and prices. Estimates Given at Short notice. Building material of All kinds furnished at Short notice. All work usually fur dished at Wood working establishments at reasonable prices. Orders taken at Mill on st tool Street or it office at our main Street store. Dealers in Choice groceries provisions Best grades of flour direct from the Mills and All other Gooda kept in first class stores. Also dealers in builders hardware carpenters tools Cordage yacht and fishermen s supplies paints oils and Asa. All of which will be sold at in it wet prices cons tent with Good goods. We manufacture and sell the t e8t known polish for brass and other Metal work at our stores on main Street and West Street near Steamboat what bar Harbor. Me. Otter Creek. Horace Liscomb has moved his House on to the old Samuel Davis lot and is getting it pretty Well fixed up considering the weather. He purchased the place last fall. School closed Here last Friday after a profitable term taught by miss Amy Rod ick. and h. L. Stanley have teams on the Waltham Road hauling spool Wood. Henry Chambers has moved into the cottage at this place mrs. Zaccheus Hadley has moved from her House into the e. L. Bunker store. Rudolph a Rindle has moved to Bai Harbor into on of or. Morrison s cottages on South Street. Mrs. Flora Walls is quite Low at this writing with no Hope of recovery. Geo. E. Davis is stopping on egg Rock this Winter with or. Sawyer. Hillard Walls of Oak Point is Here with his brother Greeley for the Winter. A. R. Robert off is having the Sec pod Story of his Tea House finished inside. The men Here were fortunate in cutting their ice when they did As the prospects for getting it now looks slim. Hadley Tripp Wright and Rindle have the ice houses at Schooner head All ii Ltd. Robert off has the Ogden House filled also his own ice House at Home. Lobsters Are scarce but the Fisherman get a Good Price for them. Cod fish is quite plentiful when one can get a Chance to catch them. Schools closed at Atlantic Atlantic a. W. Rich the teacher left Friday for Lewiston where he will Irgin his senior year in Bates College. Mrs. Harriet Joyce who broke her Arm recently is doing nicely. Everybody is wishing for Snow As yet but few have got out their Winters Supply of fuel. Miss Orpha n. Lowell who finished her second years work in the i Nion grammar school left monday for her Home in Dexter. Or. David Smith who has been seriously ill is much improved. There Are just two Hundred voters in town this year. Harry Havey and family have been visiting mrs Havey s parents. Capt. And mrs. Calvin Kent. John Smith As shipped to go on the Steamer Grace Morgan this Spring. Capt. Kennedy in the Steiner Ocean Queen was in this Harbor thursday and bought the last Seine boat owned at this place. Our Harbor has Seldom been so Clear of ice As it has this Winter. Nothing has hindered the Steamboat shaking her regular trips Here All Winter. Mrs. R. H. Cirace who has been rather poorly for some time is improving. Miss Myra Powers left for Boston on monday. I he Chi tui al school camb Rifton . Seal Cove. Mrs j. S. Powers miss Powers Albert Ober Clarence Dow Albert Bartlett Kena Stanley and Susie Robinson attended the re cent Chi Istvau Endeavor meet my at bar Harbor. They Weic much pleased with the hospitable entertain Ament. Nearly All the men Are Busy getting a years Supply of Wood miss Emma Sawyer is the guest of her aunt mrs. B. H. Dodge at Southwest Harbor. South Seal Cove school is very acceptably taught by Robie a Rumill one of our Home teachers. The supper at Hodgdon s monday night was attended by a Large number of Young . This place. Capt. Eugene h. Sprague left on monday s boat for Providence r. 1. Capt. Sprague is the first of our seafaring men. To leave. I february 12, 1900. L o Fri. Salisbury. Bur Ham Hall Cambridge m i am at a Meetin of the Illard of directors of the dining Hall held this morning the following Kisulu tons were unanimously passed whereas it hath pleased almighty god in Liis infinite Wisdom to remove from amongst us. Mis. Mira Conners and whereas or. Conners has been for Many years the faithful and efficient Matron of the rectory of the episcopal theological school and whereas we have always been impressed Witk her Devotion to the Best interests of the rectory and her unfair no a Hristian kindness to and interest in those under her Emp Gay therefore be it resolved that we the undersigned the of Board of directors of the dining Hall association hereby express our deep sympathy with the bereaved family and be it futher resolved that a copy of these be solutions be spread on he records of the association and another tie sent to the family. George Hod is. Anson Pitelis stakes jr., h. H. Had Fey jr., Thomas a Unabell k. Of . H. W. Thompson millinery dry and . H. Wifi Tompson. Cot is Tibet. A. W. Cleaves veterinary surgeon Mozill at j. A. To air n livery a table. To la phone in Komi Motlon and All Calls promptly attended Street. Bab h4rb0e, . , Warren me

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