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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - January 21, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine A. Der use pox ,. A / a building. Insurance broker the lading county paper and the Only society journal on flaunt desert Island. Degrasse Fox a al estate. Cottages for rent vol. 16, no. 51. Bar Harbor Maine wednesday evening 1902. Five Centa j. A. Rodnok pro went. Tho lab so Abb Cashler. Arthur 8. Newmam vice Pree went the first National Bank bar Harbor . Rilly equipped k r Rueby kind of legitimate banking. Capital. $50,000.00 surplus and profits $10,000.00 1>lrectors. J. A. Bodziok. A. 8. Newman. Henry a la Lovd Chas. H. Wood. Geo. H. Grant. Correspondence invited. Several Nice cottages for rent at Hancock Point. Al80 a Foiw very Deai Rabie Shore lots for Sale. I ease address 8,the Geo. H. Grant co., general insurance agents look distance phone. Bar Harbor or Ellsworth. Pianos pianola i aeolian for Sale and to rent Steinway and other first class pianos to rent at reasonable prices. M. Steinert amp sons company the most reliable piano and music House in the world. 44 cottage Street bar Harbor Maine. Eth messes. F. P. Pray amp sons be 3 r. H. Kittredge r in fancy groceries and provisions. At wholesale and retail. Have just received a fresh line of latest improved Mode rifles guns amp sporting goods big Stock of pm munition All at lowest pricen.21 it. Desert st., bar Harbor . Is. S. Made t into right. 85.9s 84.9s $3.98 �2.9� Leeves Price Sale 9.98 r Price 6.98 All our Urs. From now until March first 25 per cent discount on All goods sold. A pm Orlinsky i. Co., 00, c0 this of Hiwa a u Der i Mercoal is plentiful now but owing to its Scarcity the first of the Winter the Sale of Coal Heaters was Small so to close out i shall give double trading Stamps or 10 per cent discount or a Small payment Down and the balance on easy . E. Sherman,14 cottage streets sunny California. A coterie of Seal Harb orites Are enjoying the Winter at wrappers have just closed out a s Salt of Quot wrappers at greatly reduced j . Wrappers that sold for .?1.g9, $1.50, $1.25, All for 89c. Only two sold to Eracli customer. A few Coats and suits left which we shall sell at any Price. Redlands cal., jan. 6, 1903. Since letter dated december i6th, i have seen so Many interesting things in this Semi topical climate that to give your readers even a faint idea of them would be quite . Still 1 will try to recount some bits of the life As t see it. First we Seal Harb orites Are enjoying this Beautiful Redlands to our hearts Content. It is just Beautiful and the sights to be seen Are a Delig Vit to the Eye As Well As a help to the body. Miss Eva e. Clement of Seal Harbor joined us on sunday evening at 8 o clock she came on the California limited in Lour Days from Portland ., which makes us think we Are not so far away but this 3.500 Miles is a weary ride at Best and we were All glad to rest a few Days after arrival. On december 16, we visited the famous Ostrich farm at South Pasadena where Are one Hundred and Twenty five huge Birds and they Are a very interesting study. We were Shoa a where they Hatch their Young also the process of feeding and the Young. They Are a Peculiar bid in their habits. When at the age of eighteen months the males choose their mates and if either Dies the survivor never mate again. They Lay fifteen eggs at a litter but one pair has gone Over to or. Bryan s Side and lays sixteen eggs so this pair is named sixteen to one or or. And mrs. Bryan. On this farm is said to be the Only solar motor in the world. It is a Hugh concave disk set slanting towards the Sun and by attracting its rays creates All the Power necessary to do the pumping for the farm. On wednesday we visited miss Brewer formerly of hulls Cove and had a most visit. We talked of it. Desert Island past and present of old friends and new and of California As Well. One Day i made a trip to bunkers Hill in los Angeles. In the Middle of that City is a Hill about one Hundred feet above the town and then a Tower of another Hundred feet whose top is reached by Long flights of Steps. At the top is a Cage capable of holding four persons. The View is one of the grandest the Eye Ever rested upon. The whole of thug hustling City lies beneath you and one gets a Fixie Bird s Eye View of it. Its Church Spires rising skyward huge hotels business blocks wide streets with Street cars at every Corner and every turn As Well As in All streets. In fact at first there appear so Many one is bewildered to know which to take or which Way to go to keep Clear of them. This elevated Tower is called the Quot Angel s Llight Quot and five cents Are Well spent for the View from the top n . December 24, Vve took a Long wished for trip to Santa c iii Etui Island via Salt Lake route from los angles to san Pedro and to the Island by the staunch and commodious Steamer Iler Mosa. It was an Ideal California Day not a Ilreath stirring the surface of the giant Pacific which is As Blue As the sky above it. There were about seventy five passengers on this trip and they represented a Large proportion of the Middle states As Well As some Eastern states. The course from san Pedro is South one Quarter East and Distant Twenty seven Miles. After a sail of two and one half hours we Drew into the pier at Avalon and the usual Bustle of a Steamboat landed was enacted a hotel men seeking your patronage proprietors of Glass Bottom boats crying the sights to be seen from their new fashioned crafts restaurant keepers passing you their cards Lor a Chance to sell you a dinner Etc. W e were fortunate in accepting the hospitality of mine Host f. A. Mance of the Jay \ new and right glad we were to find ourselves in a Nice Juiet Well kept hotel. The rooms were All one could wish and gave us a splendid View of the Beach and Bay. Here were Small boats Riding at moorings naptha launches All ready to go out with parties and last but not least the Glass Bottom boats which Are a revelation that not Many Are permitted to see unless they visit Avalon. By their use the wonders of the deep Are revealed to your astonished gaze. After dinner at 2.30 p. M. We helped make up a party of fourteen for a trip to Seal and Church rocks which lie around the South and East sides of the Island. On the Way we had a Chance to look Down through the Glass Bottom and see fish of almost All kinds the splendid Gold fish in its native element the spotted Perch Black Bass Rock Bass runners smelts Sheepshead a and any amount of them. We could see Bottom in sixty feet of water and the kelp reaches to the top in this depth. There is sort of a mos called the Mermaid s Vail and Many More kinds of which i did not learn the name. In Good time we reached Seal rocks where hundreds of seals were sunning themselves. What big Fellows they were and How lazily they rolled theme elves into the water As we came near. As no one is allowed to shoot them they Are very tame. Having seen this Side show and the afternoon being nearly spent we returned to the Little Bay for the night there were gulls on the Beach to Welcome us. These Birds Are also very tame coming close and lighting at our feet. All kinds of sea Birds Are equally tame. Two seals also came in to make our acquaintance. In the evening we went to a service in the Church where Santa Claus came and gave All the children a present. I imagined we were Back at Seal Harbort was so really like our own Christnia Stree. On Christmas we went out again in the same boat on the North Side of the Island to Moonstone Beach where we got some very Nice specimens and returned to the Landing in time to see the Steamer make her Landing with a merry crowd from san Pedro. We got a few souvenirs of the Island in the shape of the celebrated abalone shells both polished and in the rough and pre pared to make our return trip to Angeles with Many regrets that our stay has been so Short. If anyone going to Southern California to misses visiting Catalina he misses one of the Best of All the places and if he does go he should not forget to Stop at the Bay View. On december 30, we bid Good Bye to los Angeles Aud came to Redlands a Beautiful City in the san Barnardino Valley. Here Are 5000 acres of oranges All in the beat possible shape and we Are situated right in the midst of them. The oranges grow to perfection and i obtained some huge specimens today. I went to ride with or. C. C. Goodale to his ranch up near the Foothills six Miles out. One gets a grand View of this glorious Valley whose acres of oranges Lemons and Olive Trees interspersed with the Date and other Palms and the Ever present Pepper tree Are spread out before your astonished gaze. It is Beautiful in the extreme and 1 shall believe All stories after this that 1 read or hear about Redlands being the Garden spot of this Valley. The people Are. Very hospitable and invite you to their Homes to the churches and make you feel at Home generally. What Beautiful Days with the thermometer registering 74? to 80� in the Shade in the daytime and at night falling to about is and such nights for sleeping. We do a Good Deal of it. Sunday Over in bar Nardino there was a fearful Sand storm but at Redlands How different just wind enough to make it Cool and Nice. I Wil mention another fruit that grows Here almost to perfection and that is the Grapefruit. It is a pretty sight to see it hanging on the Trees so full and round but it is not so profitable As the Orange and therefore not cultivated to any great extent. I wonder if any Reader of the Rix okd Ever tasted of the much extolled Olive As it conies from the tree in All its freshness it is More bitter than the Gall of bitterness boiled Down. To make it what we get in the Little kes and bottles that we buy at the stores it has to he soaked in Strong Lye to Taki out the bitter then in water to take out the Lye then iti brine to cure it. 1 Don t think it is fit to eat but everyone to his taste. The water Here is pure Mountain water brought from the Hills in Humes and pipes and distributed to All parts of the City both for irrigating and use. The Cost of living is about the same As at the East and the vegetables Are the Best of their kind being brought from the ranches every Day. Wood is High hut we have to use Only enough to Cook with. What big Sweet potatoes As Well As our common potatoes grow Here it is useless to say for you would not Clieve so i forbear and Reserve for a future letter other of this wonderful coun try. A Quot. Ii. C i i. Edward b. Mears cottages for rent or for Sale office bar Harbor Maine. Events occurring in other countries at the same time thus making the study a very interesting and helpful one. The scholars Are much pleased to learn that a number of the prominent business men of the town have consented to give a series of practical talks during this term. The first of this series will be Given some afternoon of this week by or. Fred c. Lynam upon the subject of Banks and banking. The code of signals for special sessions has been revised As follows at 8 a. M. And 12 m., one signal Means no school for primary grades three signals no school for any of the grades similar signals Are Given tri a. M. For one session. The signals Are Given with the school Street school notes. The saying is True Quot that All things come to him who this has proved True since the students of the h. 11. H. S. Now have the building All to themselves and the scholars can speak above a whisper in their Halls and not disturb the grammar school. The additional space which is at their disposal is appreciated. Three of the largest now recite in one of the rooms below where much better Light and More blackboard surface is obtained. It is hoped that before another year the chemical Laboratory can be brought up from the basement and the entire building he remodeler for the use of the High school. The sophomores have dropped Inglish history for a few weeks and Are Reading the vision of sir a few Young ladies of the High school Are attending the cooking school at the Parish House. The freshman class in physical geography is taking occasional journeys by steamship imagination to the Sun and other heavenly bodies. L p to this time the scholars have tried their Best to keep out of the front Row of seats but the other Day one of the scholars was heard to remark that she would do her Best to get into one for or. Thomas has decided that those in the Back rows of seats must speak first. \ the seniors Are taking a series of lessons in history and civil government for their English just now. The time from the discovery of America to the present time has been divided into periods so that the class can More easily compare the Dudley Braman. Ing Forward to a visit there this coming Suchier. Though but just returned fron a two year s trip abroad and themselves owning a Fine summer Home on the Hud son they Are fully prepared to say thai until they had seen the mount desert Hills from across the Bay from the Manooj inn they had seen . M. C a. Notes. A fashionable new York wedding. Dwight Braman becomes a Benedict. At 56 West 57th Street at High noon on saturday the wedding of miss Helen Stuyvesant Dudley a direct descendant of new York s first and famous old dutch governor Peter Stuyvesant and or. Dwight Braman a kiember of one of Boston s Best old famil Iell was celebrated. The handsome Brown Stone House the new York Home of the misses Dudley had been in the hands of the decorators several Days prior to the event and was a Bower of p alms trailing vines and orchids. Under a Bell of pure White carnations the ceremony was performed by Bishop Henry g. Satterlee of Washington. The Bride was attired in pure White Satin Cut in Traine and trimmed with Point lace with Point lace veil fastened with Orange blossoms. The veil and the Point lace were worn by miss Dudley s Mother at her own wedding. The maid of Honor miss Laura f. Dudley and the bridesmaids miss Fannie g. Dudley and a Cousin miss Julie Stuyvesant winterhoff wore Pink Chiffon gowns with White lace hats trimmed with Pink Edelweis. The Bride carried lilies of the Valley the maid of Honor White roses and the Pink roses. Or. Braman s Best Man was the Rev. Percy Stickney ii ant. The Ushers were Grenville d. Braman of Boston Percy Bramwell de Lancey Coster Morton Nichols Richard Ereg i of new York major Clyde de \ Ernet Llu Yitoi x Erni ont now stationed at new Orleans and Loring a Ildreth. M iss i u lev u to made a most attractive Bride the pure whiteness of her gown setting 11 her Lark Beauty to perfection a is ivi. N away by her or outlier Henry Stuyves. dud ley Aiter the ceremony Wlinich i Urie impressive a wedding breakfast was served the limited number of invited guests All relatives and intimate friends Over the delicious viands the enmity of the occasion wore away .1jolly hour was spent before the a \ couple left for the wedding trip and , or. Braman s Bride and her Sisters have heard much of or. Lira Man s Broad acres at Sullivan Harbor and All ate look Rev. C. S. Mclearn addressed the men s meeting on the subject of charac ter building. The address was very interesting and held the close attention of a Good sized audience. Thursday evening or. George a. Phil lips gave the first in a series of talks on health and How to keep it. The second will be Given thursday. January 29th or the tobacco habit clothing and exercise these talks Are Given for the Benefit of men Young and old. The pro and con club met last wednesday evening january i the Voith a Laige attendance. The question of the electric Railroad on it. Desert Island was fully and freely discussed. The audience in general seemed disinclined to vote on the question and by far the larger number refrained from doing so. Of those voting at the close nine favored the electric Road and eight opposed it. Wednesday january 28th the question for discussion Wil be resolved that the Philippines should be Given their Independence within five years. Affirmative a. M. Thomas h. E. Berry negative George e. Coogins and f. W. 3awyer. Weekly Bible classes Are held As follows Young men s class taught by principal Thomas and the boy s class taught by principal Poole Friday evenings. A Bible supper will be served Friday at 5,30 p. M. A the association is arranging a series of. Basket Ball games with outside teams and Hopes to Complete the schedule this week. The fiddlers kept open House for their friends Friday evening. President Cimer Cleaves master of ceremonies. The Young people had a very pleasant even info with games and refreshments. The pierces humorists and entertain ers will give the third in the Star Quot ours entertainment next tues Lav evening at the Casino. As to the Ualita of the ent train mint the Lias nothing to s by. It Nav he very of or ii May i very Cipr l Ike .1 Ood in airy thins in t lis Hie the i Ici 1 is .1 1 \ c or ii on . 11 is a to i Ood i a Hae i a in e and Froni Oil they have Piip eaird at a Lariton a Springfield. Met is. In the . They Are highly j by Rev j. A. Krost. Formerly of Dangro. I and Many others. Good Many pop i in town Are tiie fortunate put s-., course tickets there a ire some left at single tickets and of Lents we and i Vise every body to attend tuesday even ing ii of p. In. The mount desert nurseries we. Miller manager. Trees shrubs vines herbaceous and bedding plants. Planting of every kind planned and carried out. Tie Nurt Aries Cire open to a i tors. The office and greenhouses aie upon Schooner head Road and have Telephone connections. Co Tafito .tol>1>lnir a. A i peo Lusty. Contractor and by Milider shop come st. Bar Harbor George l. Stebbins cottages for rent. By gilding lots on sea. I u a of floes Seal Harbor ., and 102 a Tonuci excl and a re. A a

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