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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - July 22, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Vim Milf a Degrasse Fox building. Insurance broke Harbor record �9 the leading county paper and the Only society journal flaunt desert Island. Degrasse Fox real estate. Cottages for rent vol. It. To. 26. Bad a Haybok Maike wednesday morning july 22� 1903. Fwd cents Thomas Searls cashier. A the a , vice president j a Rourick first National Bank bar Harbor me. Fully equipped for Evert kind legitimate banking. Capital a a surplus and profits $50,000.00 810,000.00 directory. J. A. Rodick. A. 8. Newman. Henry a Law lord ohm in Wood Geo. H. Grant. Correspondence invited. To the Public we desire to Call your attention to our new offices established in the Jellison. Whitney building Corner main and cottage streets bar Harbor where we Sill be pleased to see Yoa at any time. Our business is principally fire insurance Beal estate and in Wiir insurance department represents Twenty the Best Stock com nunies in this and foreign countries. We will be glad to look after the buying and Selling real estate. Our securities will be carefully selected. Any business you May give us will be fully appreciated. Trusting that we May have a fair share your patronage we Are very respectfully the Geo. H. Grant co. A Rye Yokter ,._victor n. Cushman real estate and insurance bar Harbor and new York. Our naval visitors. Saddle horses. . W. F. Storm formerly instructor in the Royal prussian cavalry will return to bar Harbor by june 15th with first class Saddle horses and equipments and will be stabled at his old location no. 4 High Street off cottage Street. Instruction Given to ladies and gentlemen beginners and advanced Saddle horses for hire. French German and English spoken. Highest references. For terms apply to w. F. Storm 4 High Street. Riding skirts can be rented. Telephone noot amp so importers High class novelties Krai Laco Kolen Stour collars silk and Quot White skirts Paris fuck it Loup Tolx a lace Jackt is. A Ivair cd silk Sior fall Veu in silk and Madras waists 3iitin< and Colf hats. Mode rate prices. L. Noot i son adjoining collage below main Street. Doe Gonya a drugstore. Bar Harbor. Bar Harbo grand horse show and fair August 18, 19 and 20 i Lily will in Ike in Fiand a Fleat exhibition for iit03, and no horse Lover Iniss it. More than 2oo by tended he Jofh bred Hor sea will be exhibited some forty a Tient classes. Many Phillau Elohla and new Yoi a hons show Blue re Boner will be among Ihor a in . The trotting Eventa will include 2.35o�ai8 Papeera and 2.32 ouch Trotter urge il50 class pacers and 2.17 Eias a Trotter purse $800 2v Clasa pacers and 2 47 Cla a Trout a pure $150 be for All Trotters and Papeera. Pure $400. Magnificent Beo Babow Tuder the auspices the National Kennel . Special excursion Bates Over All , boarding Ana Sale stable first Glass rigs every k i n i it by the hour Day week season. I prompt services Good horses. Trim vehicles intelligent Drivers terms e. Foster proper. West Street. Bab Harbor. The record Job print is equipped for All kinds Connie racial and society printing. In intr a it Quot a and builder shop come st. Bur Harbor me the sailors appreciate courtesies shown them and express themselves in verse. Next monday will be an eventful Day in the history bar Harbor As it is the Date set for the arrival the Large number War ships which Are to make Frenchman Bay their rendezvous for a time. At different times in its life bar Harbor has played the Host to Many members the naval family but never to so Many at once. The Texas arid Indiana Are already in the Harbor As also Are the torpedo boat destroyers Bainbridge Barry Chauncey Dale Decatur and the Coal Baige Caesar. The Olympia came into the Harbor about eleven clock monday morning. It is expected that the Kear Sarge sailing from Portsmouth England will arrive the last the week. Among the other ships expected Are the Alabama Illinois Massachusetts Prairie Hart Ford Essex Monongahela Cul Goa Hannibal Sterling Yonkers Dixie to Peka Panther Nashville May Flower. Dolphin Chesapeake Truxon Vorden Lebanon Marcellus Leonidas Brutus scorpion Vixen Mohawk Mina Osceola Potomac Apache Uncas Standish Whipple and Hall. Preparations Are being made at the Coaling station at i Amine for the ships. It is expected that the Coaling facilities will be tested to the utmost and that the great Sheds will be filled and emptied again. Teal is arriving in Large quantities and barges Are constantly being unfilled. The Parade ground about the station is being put in readiness for Drill and and target practice. Active preparations Are under Way Here for the entertainment the Fleet. The naval Branch the y. M. C. A. Will As usual care for the Comfort the truly the Navy is a wonderful organisation. Aside from its inestimable value to the nation and to each one us As members that nation Sacii part that wondrous whole is interest to us. Each ship is a miniature world. Its inhabitants live a certain 3ife by Rote As it were. To the casual observer they Are ail More less alike Quot the men behind the a ivs Quot and it is hard to Realise that each is an individual with separate tastes am i motions and desires. Quot a life Oti the Ocean wave and a Honi. tie Roll i deep seems conducive to the the poetic instinct As several notices posted the band stand will testify. It is a die evident from Triesc that the Quot Iaci ifs Quot a apr Cly ated tie Host Talvity it Hun them at liar Harbor use <1 the i pims As follow i tim n. 15.ir Hall is a love la place the cast i 1 .m.iim-. We like it am u uly Hope we Nav Koine Here a Ain. I la people Here Are \ Nice. Ril wealthy thou Hilu y hey like to it Lite upon the sea. Tics olten come our ship and All with wondrous la hol the and Many Ali Sid Ukman a a s Irma a. Hut there s one thin Well not Fiu it. And though we , t air thoughts will i Var wander to it ick to our v. M. C. A. Quot i ill the porn pm if \ oui town thanks we Send to you. And May yet in All think kindly the i and her Crew. 1 a s. J i ims r. S. . I this. "1 a. A a townsman has written the foil win reply thi . Dear hos we re lad that you hav Cunic and Hope you Long May stay we love to see your stately ships a sailing a in our Bay. We love our Union True and grand we love our said frs too and know that Well protected be while they shall Wear the Blue. Where the flagship Texas goes where our Fla i shall Vave there too our hearts will Ever be wit i the bravest the Brave. K. The writer the Host verses again feels the influence tie Muse and bulletins the following the band stand Fia Sumii sailors now. N outlay talk about the Texas Hein such a common ship \ May say there is nothing 111 the Navy she can whip. You May say she is a Hoodoo All these things 1 will allow 15ut they re and gone forever we Are hags ii sailors now. Now we try the Admiral s Pennant and our ship s As Good As new. For her Hull Lias been refitted and superiors she has few. Vou perhaps May doubt this . Hut tis True. 1 will avow. And we All eel much elated a we re Niay slip sailors now. And we Hope the future record our ship May coincide with the strongest and the bravest and thus gain our nation s Pride. 15ut one thing let us remember it take a solemn vow that although we once were jeered at. We Are flagship sailors now. Village Library. I officers elected acid plans for an addition disc missed. The annual meeting the bar Harbor Village Library association was held last wednesday and officers elected for the ensuing year. They were . Fred c. Lynam chairman Francis Howe Johnson treasurer l. E. Opdycke Secretary. Mrs. Opdycke mrs. Johnson mrs. A Montgomery Sears and miss Linzee Book committee mrs. A. Phelps mrs Morris Longstreth mrs. John Marcou miss Leffingwell . Alexander Ait land and . L. B. Deasy managers miss Adeline m. Bimker librarian. Miss Linzee and . And mrs Opdycke were elected members at this meeting. The sum i50 was appropriated for the Purchase books reference including a number suggested by the school officers. The question enlarging the Library building came up for discussion. At the present time there Are about 9,000 volumes in the Library and the shelf room is taxed to the utmost. It was suggested that an addition could be made at the Back the building and a committee to consider the matter was appointed consisting Francis Howe Jonhson Alexander Maitland and l. E. Opdycke. At the meeting the following minute was unanimously adopted the members the committee desire to place record their sorrow and deep sense loss in View the death their late associate mrs. T. C. Linzee. Mrs. Linzee was a prominent member the Little group summer visitors to whose benevolent thought More than a Quarter a Century ago the Library owed its origin and from that time until her death she continued to take the liveliest interest in its welfare. It was largely owing to her Fertility in expedients for raising funds her Wise administrative plans and her willingness to interest herself in every detail the work that the difficulties the Early years were overcome and when Success was ensued her Devotion to the Library remained unabated. From the beginning mrs. Linzee acted As Secretary the committee and As a member the committee for the Choice and Purchase books her services were invaluable tor she brought to it an elevated taste and a conscientious solicitude for the purity and usefulness the books admired to its shelves. Services this kind Are so quietly performed that the Public is sometime almost ignorant the work and care expended. The committee therefore takes in drawing attention to the Long co Linued and valuable work mrs. I me. That her name May abide in the remembrance the Community. This committee desires that a copy this minute be sent to the famil mrs. I ill re and that it if also listed in to / tarhor i b. Mears cottages for rent for Sale. Office bar Harbor fishing Best in new Brunswick Fred h. Reed st. Almo p. O., Victoria county new Brunswick. . And mrs. Samuel w. Bridgham have come and Are at the Ash cottage for the summer. The Bridgham have recently returned from Italy. Mrs. Frances e. Musgrave has rented her cottage Eden Hall for the summer and is at Wayside no.7, Atlantic Avenue. . David b. Ogden gave a sailing party up the Bay thursday with lunch at the Manor inn Sullivan Harbor. Mrs. J. Biddle Porter will give a reception at Wyandotte Hancock Street next monday for her two daughters miss Margaretta Biddle Porter and miss Catherine Rush Porter. Mrs. Chapman and mrs. Fox will assist in receiving. Mis. Edward b. Mears will be at Home wednesday afternoons during August instead saturday mornings. A party Young people guests the r. Hall Mccormick a spent Friday afternoon the Creedmore landed at Sullivan Harbor and visited the Manor inn. The thursday evening dancing class which proved so popular last season will be resumed this season. The first meeting will be at the Malvern tomorrow evening. The swimming club will be officially opened Friday afternoon when a reception will be Given there. Mrs. Burton Harrison is chairman the reception committee. Those who will assist in receiving Are a mrs. A. Bleecker Banks mrs. Edward Coles mrs. Henry e. Drayton mrs. De Grasse Fox miss Fui Niss mrs. George s. Hale mrs. Morris k. Jesup countess de Laugier Villars mrs. William Lawrence mrs. Fordham Morris mrs. A. 1. Peabody mrs. I. Quincy Thorndike mrs. John hone mrs. Gardiner Sherman. Lindall s orchestra will furnish music. The following Coin Mittee the club have been appointed e.\ecutivecommittee, a. Luecker Hanks chairman Edward b. Mears Herbert Jaques House committee Philip living Ston chairman we. Lawrence Green Clement b. Newbold Edward b. Mears Tennis Ommittee Edgar Scott Herbert m. Sears Henry Lane Eno . Horace Stokes . J. Madison Taylor. 1 miss Furniss entertained at dinner at the Louisburg sunday evening. The table was handsomely decorated with american Beauty roses. Among those were . And mis. Padelford . And mrs. Philip Livingston mrs. Biddle Porter mrs. Whyte Admiral upshur and mrs. Zimmerman. . Wadsworth Harris Well known As a dramatic Reader will give a recital at the music room the Louisburg tomorrow evening at 8.30. Since . Harris has been heard Here he has met with flattering Success in his work the stage. Many people Here will remember his recital at Mizzen top m the Davs when All celebrities were welcomed at mrs. William Morris Hunt s Home. Parties desiring to take the Scho Odic drive and lunch at Grindstone inn will have ample time by the new arrangements the Steamer Ruth leaving bar Harbor at 11 a. M. And return be avg Grindstone at 3 15 p. M. Instead three. W. Lihue. Duncan has arrived for the season and As usual will be at the tides West Street. Robert Booream is at the Helmont hotel for the summer. Mrs von inert nor gave a Deli fitful reception at the Alley cottage last wednesday afternoon in Honor mrs. Unter myer. All the Well known society people were present. It has been the custom the \ i Gertners during past seasons to have sundays at Home with music and these will be resumed season. Our visitors. Apr i Vise who a a let it to c Sun. Sui nut it re. Quot Dis j. Linden Snulli i a .1 1 Hiu foil at the i Iio \ in. Slur . It croon in to 11 mis Liston. The w is i c-. i w Ith a , wild an 1 at a m h a la1e a is i 1 1 Zuj lit a launch a Ansil s. 1 lit quests Weri a. \ Quot lal Tiki mis. Wilson less Edson mrs. Map ont a mrs. , mrs. Mimi thai a mis. Tais is a t s. I inst n m is la it in . 1 ,. W. 15.1ss who .1 Lis i trip wit ii . A h. Dell has returned with a Goott Strin mrs. A. 15. is tie mrs. Silverman at den i and will n until the 15th Olej twin Jer. M is. Stephenson Fame ii has been the West mrs. John Harrison at Way. Mrs. Nicholas l. Anderson is at the cottage Keho Street for the summer. The palatial yacht a , from i Hila Delphia. Captain Merton came into the i Arbor saturday. . Griscom the owner and a party Orientis Are aboard Kiiji them senator Mark Jianna. The yacht belongs to the new \ Ork yacht club and is cruising Alon the coast. The sunday Nigist concerts at the Louisburg. Which have become one the season s regular features there Are being held regularly and attract appreciative audiences. Last sunday evening the program for the concert was As follows l \ live so it Quot Down l . Deacon la i our Cine i a la . Kun cell Twu Mulh i v 1>-u-Cjlilield . Deanii Ijelu to Luu sit no. From fri list i Naod . And mrs. Latch who Are sending the s Immer at Castine were Ulesis miss Spence at Sorrento Over sunday returning to Castine the Jones monday. Mrs. Latch is the Ilau Diter mrs. c. Stanton. She married an l no Lilliman and this is the first summer spent in America for Twenty years. . Hatch returns at once to but will come for mrs. Hatch in september mrs William h kick will not be at bar Harbor this year but is spending the season at Lenox. . Wallace p. Harvey is with . And mrs. William p. Blount desert nurseries. We. Miller manager. Canada hard Wood ashes and Swift Lowell ground Bogie for Lawr a and cars Lado. Wik d Isle 1. 1 ii a ,. The is pm Ial Cli him nid l ii i Quot Oil. 1. R .1 i a in Lihr Ihl luit it \t.r.-iil, a i. a r. I ,. ,. V . Iby Kiili v 1 Iricia y Olod. \ us i a w 1 in u a i a 1. It form u it n i lilt m i a m Nisi to Iid i tii. I a i. Ill. D i Soi i. Tohe my _ a a a. A Ivr. B i till to to it ,.i , if a. A. Itil i to. I id pal ii .1, �m1 a a ,. I Oil m Ichi ,1, a. . ,1 the hot in he ohtmi., i. R office and it i Nouss a e u 3on a Chouner healt Road and i to Telephone connections. Importers. Wholesalers. Ret divers. The oldest leading native hug do Yuers filth ave., new York City Max drugs and carpets every description size and Price. We carry the largest and choicest Stock Oriental rugs and carpets and furnish cottages hotels and yachts at wholesale prices. Our four Large stores. Main Street bar Harbor. New York 375 fifth ave., one Block a to live Waldorf Astoria. Cleveland o., 270 Euclid ave. West end Long Branch n. J. George l. A Temin cottages for rent. Building lots in sea r i. V ice Sal floes Seal Harbor me., and 102 prod Uoo to. Y

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