Bar Harbor Record in Bar-Harbor, Maine
28 Feb 1900

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28 Feb 1900

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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - February 28, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine Bae use iii a Pooai ii a Ltd Ishbii Ymir a Riel hate Woltti i per tip to Tell of lir Jip we jew i in to the old priest it it tit Elom it. It do am a a plate of. A Tuii eur Termi of of tired. We Lifavi Alto a Oon Ditte Eleck of to a it till Luff for of Mont add a the Ems terme of a tired. W Navi Aito a in plate Eleck of to Multi Hoe. Will Dee am Elk in a area a the Stoekli void s music store cottage Street opposite poet office. Around town. Miss Himyn Estave an afternoon Lea to a ii umber of her Youngr lady friends last thursday. After the Tea a social Icli at followed and All declared miss Haynes was a charming bosom. In Spile of the weather last sunday a Vining. Rcv. S. L. Hanscom preached to quite a Large audience. Miss Mae he Lac i Ray Sang Calvary quot and mrs. I Whiting presided at the Organ. Word was received tuesday morning a that or. Lester Knowles Little boy was run Over and killed in Boston. Or and mrs. Knowles were formerly residents of har Hatsui and have Many friends who extend their sympathy to them in their sad bereavement. Archie Getchell is spending a week at the Hapcock Tannery. Miss Jimma Haley who has been to Catling school at Indian Point was in town Friday on her Way to her Home in Luick sport. Or. Alonzo i gins who been Luite ill at his Home in Indian Point is improving. Or. T. T. Hamor of hulls Cove is a for Road commissioner. Miss Georgia Tripp is spending a few with friends in Ellsworth. Among tie number of bar Harbor people who will attend the sportsmen s s Low in Boston Are b. S. Higgins Leo. , Vav. H. Davis Charli Higgins a ii Rodney Sopor. Mrs. Nason Crimmin of Franklin is lilt guest other daughter mrs. Herbert Hodgkins. Or. Benjamin Kittredge who had been sick for some Little time at the residence of his son or. R. H. Kittredge on mount 1 Sert Street died thursday february 22 at the Ripe age of 80 years and 12 Days. Or. Kittredge had been Well known to the residents of bar Harbor and other portions of the Island. He possessed in a Large degree those Sterling qualities of mind and heart which go to make up a Isoble character and which won for him the respect of All with whom he came in Contact. Many there Are who will learn of his death with sincere sorrow. The funeral was held monday morning at the residence of his son conducted by Rev. S. L. Hanscom of the methodist Church and interment was at Trenton under the Beautiful masonic ritual Corl fluted by i Yonnia Lodge no. 40, of Ellsworth of which body the deceased was an honoured Memler. Or. A h. Kittredge hereby desires to extend his Heartfelt thanks to the meal ers of bar Harbor Lodge no. 1s5 tor their kindness shown especially in furnishing pallbearers and also to the Vieni Bisof Ligonia Lodge forgo Durt Iny the services at the grave. Next week we Hope to give a More Complete and appropriate account of or. Kittredge s life especially As relates to that portion in bar Harbor. Or. C. C. Morrison s residence has let een connected by Telephone. The w. C. T. U. Met with mrs. F. O. Alley on Friday afternoon of last week a the following of kers were elected. Mrs Hannah Jordin pics Dent mrs. Or Lando Ash local supt. For s t i. In schools mrs. Almyra Austin supt. Of s Abb a observances mrs. Lydia cousins supt. Of Temperance literature. It was voted to Send $2.00 to the miss will quot Ard National memorial fund. It was also voted to hold meetings once a week. Or. Arno Jordan who lately graduated from Bangor business College returned hone this week. Or. Geo. Young of Portland who was employed in the drug store of m. C. Morrison amp co. Last summer spent sunday in town. An article by by Warman in the March number of Mcclure is Magazine will describe a journey he lately took Riding part of the Way on a locomotive Over the new Railroad across White pass into the Klondike and will Tell the Story a very romantic Story by the Way of the building of the Road. Badii powder Wade from putt Cacam of Taruro. Saieg teds Tihe food of Ftp test Ahmu Alan Bennf Pew Maie Mateal pm Nab tip Isth Essl the engagement of Judson Heath Sawyer and miss Elvira Charlotte Smith two Well known and highly respected people of the town is announced. The wedding will take place Early in March. The Somerville dramatic club made quite a hit at music Hall last Friday night with their cuban War play entitled Santiago or the red White and Blue. The bar Harbor band was present and furnished several selections during the evening. Following the play there was a free dance with music by Joy s orchestra. Or. And mrs. James Shea have the Heartfelt sympathy of a Large Circle of friends in the loss of their five year old daughter Anna who died saturday morning. Anna was a Bright we Sunie child greatly beloved by All who knew her and she will be sadly missed by her Little companions at the kindergarten. The funeral was held from the Evans cottage monday afternoon Rev. W. O. Baker officiating. Steamer Frank Jones will resume service Between Portland and Machiasport on Friday april 20. She will leave port land every tuesday and Friday at 11 p. M., or on arrival of train from Boston for Rockland leaving there at 5.20 . Stopping at Way landings reaching bar Harbor at 12.5011. To. And Machiasport at 7.c0 p. Returning will leave Machiasport mondays and thursdays at 4.00 a. Arriving at bar Harbor in time to connect with the it. Desert ferry Steamer. The Frank Jones leaves bar Harbor at 9.30 a. Touching at All landings arriving at Rockland at 3.00 p. And at Portland at 11.00 p. In season to connect with the 2.00 a. And morning trains for Boston. Or. Stephen l. Kingsley leaves for new York tomorrow afternoon for a few Days. Mrs. Kingsley will accompany him As far As Boston. Messes. Charles Cunningham and Irving Webber returned saturday from a trip to Ellsworth and Bangor. Or. And mrs. George Loring left monday for Boston and new York where they will spend two weeks. During their absence the store will be in charge of miss May Salisbury. Mrs. 1. Foster left thursday for a few week s absence. She will go to new York where she will be joined by miss Jessie Foster who has been friends in East Orange . The Junior whist club met with mrs. H. D. Wakefield tuesday afternoon. The first prize was won by mrs. Fred Carter and the Booby by Florence Coadus. The pythian sisterhood will give a Turkey supper at a. A. R. Hall tomorrow thursday evening. All Are invited miss Mina Richards is clerking in the store of mrs. F. D. Foster during her absence it would be a pity if the splendid Success attained by or. Rumsey h choir in their concert on monday of which due notice is Given in another column should be allowed altogether to overshadow their Fine work on sunday night when they Sang a Large portion of quot Gallia quot a quot Motet quot by Chas. Gounod the famous French composer. It is a Superb work of great difficulty and was originally written for Soprano Solo chorus and orchestra. The Solo work was divided Between two of the regular soloists of the choir i he choruses were splendidly rendered the Climax of the final ch<5rus Jerusal iii Jerusalem o turn thee to the lord thy god quot being an inspiring piece of work. On the night of the st sunday in Lent the entire quot Motet quot will be Sung. Miss Juliette Nickeas i has gone to Portland for few week s visit among friends. Messes. Curtis and Sederquist a Well known Stock broking commas Sion Hoose of Boston and new York have opened a Branch office in this town in the Lorca Pine hotel with or. Leo. A. Averill As correspondent. Curtis and Sederquist buy or sell stocks Bonds Grain and Cotton on margin or for Cash. Quotations Are received regular and the Best of service will be Given. A Large number of out of town masons were present last Friday afternoon at the dist Aici convention which was held with the bar Harbor Lodge Many of whom were obliged to remain Over night on account of the srm which came on in the afternoon. A Turkey supper was served in the g. A. A Hall at six o clock at which the bar Harbor band furnished appropriate music. At the evening session in the Lodge room to third degree was worked in a very satisfactory manner after which the members again adjourned to g. A. R. Hall where lighter refreshments were served. Miss Georgia Yonng arrived from Castine thursday. She was accompanied by her Friend miss Gertrude Mckellar also classmate. Attention is called to the announce ment of Lawford amp Wakefield in another column. They Are showing quite an sex t Jnive advertisement of Wall paper and at prices to suit the wants of All. by met Eimy Cehr Lotf q9arat<tkn� Over of a Eon win made he App Taraboi on Waeli Latoni birth Digre it my who Haa been al West Goldsboro for a few weeks came Home tuesday. A note just renewed Froit Mies Helen m. Sinitz Sutee that her health is Tome what improved and that she will Start of her Long journey Home this Weic stopping for a Short visit at Kansaki City. She expects to reach bar Harbor about the Middle of March. After the concert on monday night or. Maurice c. Rumsey invited the member of the choir and a few friends to his House where ice Cream and sandwiches were served and an hour was enjoyable spent. Board of Trade. About Twenty five me Maljers of the Board of Trade met at i. A. R. Hall last night in answer to the Call of the Secretary president l. B. Deasy in the chair. The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved. The Secretary read several letters from non residents relating to the Effort being made to secure a new Post office for bar Harbor. The matter of lights on the streets was brought up and the committee of taxation Etc. Were requested to investigate the matter and report their finding at the town meeting. Or. Geo. W. Richards and or. Geo. R. Joy were elected to membership. Or. Ansel Leland in a concise manner expressed his views regarding the desirability of having the streets in the Centre of the Village some six Miles macadamia de and on motion of or. C. B. Pineo the following Resolution was adopted by a rising vote. Resolved 1 hat the town ought to have a Survey of its streets and roads and recommendations made As to methods of building and repairs. There being no further business to be brought before the i Oard it was voted to to Bridge Stree for Purifi Ture trades. Lancet Fleek sift Tom of Wity. Olry al al rom Pretory. Bov Fei at in race Meea. Of saw Oovi Binm a my Vii webs. Too Nocks Rei a rom to . Try a Fly Kef la Vattume but tax Kaii a a beat Kair. Pried or a a Indear Cuble Flor la terms. Proeh a. Brown. Bridox3 Bond Orala and Ootton Boht my Mim or gigs or for Cash. Tel Eliom connect lob. All or Era a Xee ated through Curtis Sederquist Boston and new Yolk Lawf Ord Wakefield painters paper hangers and decorators. We have just received a Large user tent of the latest designs of we arc a quot so closing out Welch we Are Selling at prices ranging from 8 cents to $1.00 per . Our old Stock to per Cut. By now coat. Lily this. Hulls Cove i be. 27, Biewer twin sons. Bar Harbor feb. 22, t. Emery a son. Bar i Arbor feb. 25, Falln Stilie a Hun. To or. And mrs. Orent or. Acid mrs. to or. And mrs. John marriages. Bar Harbor feb. 17, by Kev. S. L. , miss Olive May Cray of Sullivan and William f. Martin of Elden. Franklin feb. 20, by Kev. J. E. Lombard miss Gertrude s. I Hillips and Hiram b Hitler both of f Ranklin. Franklin feb. 15, by. Rev. J. E. , miss Effle a. Whittaker of Franklin and Benjamin f. Baker of Sullivan. Southwest Harbor. Feb. A by Kev. F. A. Brooks miss Amanda e. Richardson and Ellyn j. Norwood both of Tremont. I lab my Rii i Fondse Eulf Wani any uiting done lii uie gliding Etc we ii Inke a specially of line 01 Teri Hlili Llis Kje Oll Lili of sign writing and have a eclied the be Vilces of l. W Tabby it to take charge of this the year round cum it rat. Electric life bit Cic Mot int a a Fito Teni Corlini Inice. Special rates for permanent Cuesta. voters of the town of den stabling and f eed tor Liorest s during Lugii meeting free of charge at the desert livery opposite the Hall. It. I it of arh8. West Eden it. 2 14 years. Bar Harbor feb. 22, i5enjamin kit treat a 80 years 12 Days. Bar a Liboi l be. 24, Anna of and mrs. James Shea aged 5 Vears. Flown in Ivl 20. Samuel a Irden ii de years. Arden pea i aged Alx it it a de or s2 80mk very Good tin in Ileal estate to tale the Fco. Ii. Quant co. 40-tf Daresa bar Hiir birr or Kilt work to rent. The Mit ible can a a Lourte und re iii ill doll ing tur Coati Lilii iii Oil Fri vote Way leading Iroini Sci soul a i sect to met t�?�8 Green Hudoc har blur Lair Hirni iii my iut billed Ling Leuh cil to to Lihte a a i \ 111.il l Mosely Lor la a twelve in Scaia. , h. , Ellav Villi Ami Mai still it of. Abenth Bulli exp in every own to iii t win e him is Jechul 8hoe� Lor a Lujeti. La Jenil tei ins no a a ape Lence required. Fit a Pai licit it is Lukress ito North we re. N ii. s hair Balsam com iii and by witing the Bale. Tiu a Loz Uriart growth. A Garnr to Burtor ony a Nelisi Ira cd Vlf Ltd 8t1.te8 Phoenix Assurance company of London. Assets dec. 81, Stockh and Bonds. Or nth in Fuch and a tank. Bills receivable. Unicille Citelli j Rei Luins. All other easels. 00 �7 .5.81y 74 17h, us �?��3,. It 00 riveted states brain ii North British amp mercantile insurance company of London and Edinburgh a real Urli Alu incorporated in 1809. Commenced business in the United slates in 1866. Manager of the United states Branch k. A. Richards. Asst manager of the United states Branch. __.1. F. Hastings. 8tate.veivt, Aliy lat 1�00. Assets dec. 3l8t, in. M4>cks hid Bonds owned by the company Market value. $ 3,.5i 65 00 Ca h in the company s i like pal once and in Bank. Tuum r4>ceivableinterest due and accrued. I re mums in Doe course of collection. All other at melted ase it Eta. 177,083 29 -�,m0.40 a Kkt regate rom Ciros assets. Admitted Adsett. . Net unpaid losses. I Learned i Reinli iii. All 01 her . T-2,,itc7 in. ii Itic. 31st. It Aii. I4 14 �?�241.17 s. Hub i a total. Suppl us Over Ali Liu Billii a. Total Lla Billilea and surplus tha Geo. H Grant co., agents of All the iii tilted a sets of the Coin Parij at la Weir ii dual value. , , net amount of unpaid Loes and claims amount Reiji died to Anil try re insure All but standing a Lake. A ,4.v. A 2 All other dem Inda ak"li>-1 the . 4,8 it. 0john w. Wheaton prop. Report of he condition of the first National Bank of Bab liar dior al b it Harbor in the 8la�ioi Maine at the close of bulness february 13. Limo. Kk80ur< is. Loans an Ltd discounts Overil Rafiti secured and insect ii ill. U. 8. Bonds to secure . Premiums on u. 8. . Stocks securities Etc. 79 446 m 12 too 00 00 of banking House furniture and text urdu 7.70 1 m �,68�ftl due from approved Reserve agents checks and other Cash items Noten of other National Bank. Fractional paper currency Nick los. And cents specie 4,0m �5 notes. 2.m7 of redemption find with u. 8 treat a user quot i Pei cent of circulation 10� m 300 m 2� m 0,73a k Oes m a i i m of. It ii few 4ri l,7�l.838.1� a 2,s5u, .�i7 t>4 i Bau iii Bull i Malikk. Total amount of Libil Lucre except nil Ilal it Ucli unit Nel Mir plan i iii plus beyond eur Pitula. Agni Egito a mount of liabilities Iuchi Diug net Hur Plua. 42 the Geo. H Grant co., agents . Mawk uak i Akbor a a quot total Sahili i . Capital Stock paid in $6fl of m surplus fund i,000 m undivided profit lean expenses and taxes paid 6,891 of National Bank notes outstanding 11,?m �0 due to other National ranks. 7� individual deposits subject to Check 39.as7 71 demand certificates of Deposit is iia i Cahier s checks oat standi Ltd. W m total �140� in state of m Ink county or a quot i Thomas 8-ar s. Cashier of the above named Bank do s f1emnly swear that Lam above statement la i True to the by by of my and belief Thomas ska res. Cashier. In psf Robed and 8v\orn to by me this soil Day of february . Vernon a. Vas it mtr. Nii tary i Uballe. A or Reeth attest it. A. In al it irk. J we Liam kooks. Ali Clors. h. Wool. Administrator s notice. The i ism Allier Lier Eliy Ivec note t lat so Liutik bet n i ill appointed of thi estate of Monea h. Buy i Rede. Lale 01 8m1-Llvaii. Iii the comte of Hancock be cease al hid Keven Bonds As the lii directs. All of Inanda Hui int it i the Estule of iii said deceased Sie desist Ltd to Prev it the tame or settlement. And All list Esteil thereto Ai Leo heated 0 iii Uke payment la. Helen m i Rebb. February 0. ref obd. Our great offer prices advertised Here goo it for one weel Only. 234 elegant tailor made jackets Oliue Castora Antl Blacks. Ii pick or Thil Sui ebb lot at t colors and Black �0, 98.00 and $10.00. 1 lot of about 78 stylish jackets in colors and Black lined heretofore sold at #7.�0, and $10.00. A thick at Narch loth we begin extensive alterations in our cloak department. All Winter garments must be sold before that time. We have gone Throux a our entire Stock of garments and marked them Down regardless of original Cost or value. Every garment in the entire Stock this season s latest styles. In order to advertise our business in every Section of the state we have decided to give out of town patrons the full Benefit of this remarkable hark Down 5ale of Winter garments through our Libei al mail order department system. Write us As soon As you read this advertisement stat anti bust measure colors and lots i re webbed and Well Send several tar mints kor your inspection without a cent of expense to you As we pay All express and stage charges both ways. You make your selection pay ror whar you keep and return balance to us garments must be paid Koli As soon As selected no goods sold on time or instalment. 85 handsome boy gle or persian cloth gapes full a laches Long All lined material a Beautiful Silky material Wurst a ainu Muld this st Asoli Alt to and of Beav that Price too. If year order gets Here before they Are a on you get them at $4.0 Yaeli if you want a handsome tailor made dress 8klrt i about what you d pay tor material alone Send your Wam measure and length of skirt required Well do the rest. The very about 100elegant Plush capes All lined made of Shuh quot English Seal Rusli All fur trimmed. Come both god Plain. Garments were sold All the season at $8 to $10, $12.�0 arid up to $15. Your choice$5.00, $6.96, $8.96 buy a garment for next Winter save More than one half the expense the Blip Advance in Woolen materials and Hlll have three month s Wear from your garments this season. When ordering by Udall please mention his paper. The fashion Wood amp ewer la. A

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