Bar Harbor Record in Bar-Harbor, Maine
6 Jun 1900

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6 Jun 1900

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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - June 6, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine R Bau liar Musili la Dmn wk�>ke8i a june g 1900.bar Harbor record. I i sin i it 111. Bar Harbor press c01pany, Helen i. Smith editor and manager. V Spor Rord. Doston a Cut 22 school a Init. n to t a pit office Etoi i. i 11.,.�1 i j ily n to t a pit office Etoi i. i 11.,.�1 i j ily Sceusi i in 1 to r k Munci. My .11 Pei Imp 111 .111 , it the inc Eil. Ill 1 1 pm it of it i Nii mini r in Ali i 1 Vav quot i 1 in 1 1 1. 111�o11 1 mail i i a r i it i .1 \1 tel my 1 1 we 1 in in r 1 Olioli Chi v t in t a i it j a a a t a i Ilju a quot a a quot i i i i i i Walt lius v Jim i i0 it. \x1 a 1 la w l or in i toni i Ihu. W. Mimi Golf news. Tic Luw trial Lia it been Lui Iclin Lilis Winter not Lar lion the pc by \ alb y club in u c that was last summer practical in . The a Roun taking into Coli Itle ration the rain weather this ski . Are in Oodson lotion e i ally the Miltin a a cons. A number of Chani i 1 ave been n a be in Hunters and two of the holes a live been lengthened. Kiley. Of Ridila Delphiia. The caterer. Will have charge Ollie House. 1 lie building was erected and finished by Chester , from furnished by architect. F. L. Savage. Douglass who Lias been the i for the club for the past two years will serve again in the t capacity this year. A new Tennis court being built by or. A Manchfield near the club i Oise and pro Quet grounds prepared with raised wooden Borders to meet the demands of the devotees of modern scientific Cro a get which it said now called there building a nine Hole contest putting Green on the Ide Hill in Plain sight from the Jiva a a of the club House. These very briefly Are a few features of tile new Golf club House and there no doubt that the Tine building with sur rounding grounds will meet the expectation of a-11 lovers of unit door town Park. Till town Paik t a -.iipi. I ii ii of Daries it Fiji oin iii a t Liiv i f be Ai. To e e a . it i i w ill e a n Milr tuii t Leti Lis i >1 til to ii .11 1 f. In in Ollil i to or to a a i i a. I w 1. A a air a a a ill the i 1 Lisi i u we \. I a i ,. In w a we A quot . I it up i. Or. Ri1 no a a a. T \ 1 w i. It1 a. R,11, i a i 1 Jim to 1 f in i i i a i la .1 i. I i 1 i. i a i to it Mil .1 a lit 1 1 a a a Mil. I t ,1 in in y ii t i he i i quot .1 a i e we iii meet with a i is1 ii in 1 a a i Hull i i ii the \ Ery Oliell i Sti Eijiu ii la Obj Euleil when the a Tiomi it in then i visit c i i f the l Orpett was before to town it annual meeting. Lait now it Public propel to. And the i Ossi utilities of making Liis site a most delightful resort for the men. Winnen and Elnadien of Dar Ilai Boi. Ami All others who visit this famous watering place no one has the Ciui rage to say that the vote of the town to buy it was a mistake. I very soon it will be taken in hand by the \ Village improvement society and everyone the May see and enjoy a bit of landscape gardening not to be surpassed anywhere. The lot Large enough for a line effect of Trees and fountains and Flowers and then Luiere will be room enough left for an open i Lay Roun l Lor the children. In time to come when this Central two acres and a half of land Suriou ruled by a great Community of buildings and people the citizens of Ijar Harbor will say of that we were quot Wise in our Day and improvement work in the Woods. The Wood paths and trails taken care of by the i. A. Aie being cleared up and improved by Henry Chambers who employed for that purpose by tie association. Several new and Beautiful roads have been opened during and since last year notably one in the Young District leading from Eagle Lake Road past aunt Betty Pond to the Southern Valley Wood Road and connecting with one of the Sargent Mountain paths. Another new path begins on the Eagle Lahe Road opposite the end of the Road which runs past the Mcmillan and Hinkle residences leading to the Green Mountain Gorge path which runs Between Kebo and dry mountains. T a third new path which has been made struts on the Otter Creek Road and runs Westerly across the Southwest Ridge of dry Mountain and Aloag a Branch of the Otter Creek Brook through a pretty Little Canyon and past the Small Pond on the Southern 1 idec of Ireen Mountain and Down to tiie Llu Lible Ponta Road running from this p i it to the path which Between 1 emetic and tie i rails to the i ond House their conduct iii with the path to North cast flail for. Lev starting from the utter Cirei k to id my connecting with the ath last less Reheil. A a the has been Cut to tie i Loui. A i Between Newport the i be 11 Ive. meet in the to the Road. Tie n Imo not show of iii isto a w , it thu y will Leml .1 i a l \ onto e i King c lies o t 1. A i a i 1 1 e a caution. I. A a ,.i h. a i to to a a .1 Law a Mohini iting a i n m be i a it a a a. I a. \ a a 11. I \ to i \ it to Law. A it i \ 1 a n a Are i a now �1 i w i.,.1k to tile , ted l. J of Viulen Kes in t ,. It a i a of.lling in in i. A i. S -., i to i irm Iso Merit. 01 til .1 a it.iik it fines or hit i ii id Eti in Eil Lias Lieen i udis Lilii alias been hued iii Oil the w a Ali sign re India Litsis tor \ . and even tie quot. T a ova or of tie , t ii. Slie Rittof tie count and the of it cities ind the town Constable ill of these ofiiei.. Or perhaps nearly All take into account the a prohibitory Law Perliap Rig lit. And a failure to execute it not wrong. Hence every observing person must acknowledge that the existing restriction upon the Lipior traffic Especial in ill the Large tou and cities of the does not satisfactorily restrain the dealer or the Louyer from the error of his ways in other words the Laine Law it known the world Over a prohibition Law that does not pro i it n new there Are Many Good Law abiding Temperance peo Jile who will not admit through fear of endorsing l Sellers that there any other Way than the old Way of treating this great evil and Laws must be made to stamp out the infamous traffic even if they Are not enforced and any Man or political party that Public ally advocates a change in the statutes looked upon wrong in their morals. It very Safe for a Public official or even an aspirant for political honors to say privately to his friends or even to aver at a bar supper Liat the prohibitory Law farcical. But when it comes to a Public proclamation from Augusta or an acceptance of a nomination for an of Tice. High or Low. Then every prudent politician feels it his duty to endorse the most Strin gent Law that May be Eiki eted to suppress to e i a it Eil of Ance. But at the same time lie makes a mental reservation that his t Onti nuance in Ollice depends gel i iii a Ely i Onset i e policy in Inal. M. Ii i t dial Sei i is. To le. Oid tie licenses granted the l Deal government to lie dels ill t a 01 ibo Loik. Ire n of tile Viies i a to lio ibo it yield lure in ii ll.u., i m .11 discs. In 111 c e i al 11,. A ii. Of t 1 . I i 1 l \ u \ it i e i. I 1, e i Teeri , t a ii of ite a .111 1 no and w aut tie pro i quot rat i Ritie i. Mors Luler \ i t tie i 11 dues \ w i i 1 rl the i a i it a uie. Men a 111 i 1 utile e Lui to it. I it w e lio a i i. I Sigil. Over every in this town w Erc lii ions ire sold it Bir rooms and like resort ii of ened . If train in kept up late at night ii intoxicant quot in any Lippe Aie soul to minors or habitual drunkards or in fact it any place made notoriously a nuisance then the municipal officers should lose no time neither should they hesitate to use the Strong Arm of the Law and enforce it to fullest e.\tent.y. M. A. Opening reception last thursday evening largely attended. Among those present were . T. . Gen. Sec y. Of the Portland y. M. Who be remembered was in a Star Harbor last summer in charge of the v. M. A. Branch established Here for a few Lor the Bonetti of the sailors from the War ships in port. Or. Garlind has manifested much interest in the Peni Zinent establishment of the association Here Ever since the work was de. Ail his iri since at the opening great la Enio de by All who have had the i Leasure i it of knowing and meet in him. It estimated that All of Geo people availed themselves of the Opportunity to attend the opening reception of the m. A. Last thursday evening. The different rooms had been tastefully decorated for the occasion with flags Bunting and Evergreen Trees and in the soft red glow throw n from tiie incandescent lights covered with red Pap. A pre seated a very attractive appearance. In one Corner of the gymnasium the liar Harbor band was stationed and the music rendered during the evening added much to the enjoyment of the affair. The guests were received in the Oitice of the general Secretary by mrs. K. 15. Mears . H. Davis mrs. A. S. Newman mrs. I. L. Drew mrs. I. Wellington Junker mrs. Calvin h. Norris and mrs. Serenus Rodick and were conducted a through the different parts of the building by a corps of Young ladies who acted aides. These latter were misses Adeline Bunker Martha Brown Charlotte Clark Lora Hadley Florence had Ley and Helen Rogers. An interesting athletic exhibition was Given in the gymnasium by two Young men from Portland Wiio came Here specially for the opening and their feats on the parallel and horizontal bars climbing ropes flying rings etc., Drew Forth much admiration from the Large crowd of spectators. During the afternoon the building was thrown open to All children under the age of i6, and Over a Hundred were people. 1 of our top. And those who Conie t l sic i a. My. Mis. enu i -.1 in i i of i ii mis it dim it i i Istl i id Ive eidi. My. Win . Of i on the Ifni i. \ i ii a i Yeii it ..i-, thi p it i . Will apr Lodi the Simi in with Iier Daugler. I i. 1 Minos. Or. mis. /li.. 1". It and a l ived a ind w ill occupy this Asci you Lakeit. Street Corner of Tantie venue. My. John i l. How of i Loston who has brn Ibsen it from l in Harbor for a number of seasons has arrived and will be at the Jill Sojit this summer. The misses arrived in town last week. They will o in the Louisburg about j Une. Miss Louise Minot of Hoston joined her Sisters Here last week at the Minot cottage in the Field. Or. Kettle the owner of the new cottage on Schooner head Road at the Belmont. Mrs. Dec Rasse Fox and Sylvia were welcomed by their friends last al Ida it. Or. And mrs. Herbert Jacques of Boston have arrived at Schooner head for the summer. Or. E. D. Newman and Jacob Lissner were at the Newport Over sunday. Or. h Fairfax Whiting of Washington. at mrs. \ an do rens at hulls Cove mrs. Cadwalader Jones has joined her daughter at reef Point. Or. And mrs. Nathan Matthews and or. Albert Matthews Are at Highfield for the summer. Miss mice Jay at the Newport for two weeks. A or. . Deal from Waterbury. Conn., who has had charge of the Post d Telegraph go., Oitice in this town for number of years arrived last week and has assumed his old duties. A or. And mrs. Nathan Matthews of Boston came on the train Bou last i li.iv. Or. And mrs. A. To warts Liin Kle and Ali Wikle. Ire at Donahue the .i�son. A l. Apr itt of r.,. A the guest of aunt. Mis. L.Mi.,ii, Pratt. Uei . Or. a i. i >1 1 he. I. L . Be. I i 1. Johns iii d . I. And mrs. Kobbii of new in Rived saturday. Or .111 1 mrs. John 1 uni i --111111 a few a in ort last week. A mrs. Iii Slev. From West no .010, visiting her son. A. L. Iii Gnu \. M. Hancock Street. Miss Symington ail . Of i Philadelphia. Are at the Maill Mio Lor the season. Or. And mrs. J. B. Shober. Of , arrived last week and will occupy again this season their Oil summer Home the a race cottage on mount desert Street. Or. Abel Hunt of Bangor w. in town last saturday. Or. And mrs. W. F. Bruce t Ajit. And mrs. Daniel Deasy and or. And mrs. K. W. Cleaves from Prospect Harbor were in town monday. Or. And mrs. Ignatius p. Rossman and Mildred Booth Orosi it Man arrived last saturday. They Are staying at the Belmont for a few weeks. Judge Emery of Ellsworth a in town monday. Or. Henry Sayles of Boston was among last week arrivals. Or. And mrs. Clias Fry of Boston arrived monday evening. Mrs. Quincy Thorndike .Iniong the arrivals this week. She h tile Stanton cottage for the season. Among the recent arrives at the Newport who have already spent several seasons at this place Are mrs. Edward whar ton of Philadelphia and or. And mrs. John c. Gurnee of Washington. Or. L. Eno of new York has leased the Hoyt cottage on High Rook Road for the season and arrived with his family last week 1 or. Harry Conners of bar Harbor has successfully passed his examinations and received his degree last week from theany department of the Boston University or. Conners a graduate of Colby College and a son of capt a. E. Conners of this place where he has Many friends. He will arrive Home the last of this week. Or. Parke Godwin arrived tuesday morning. There no one who comes to bar Harbor whose arrival welcomed with More kindly interest than the return of or. Godwin. For summer cooking the handiest cleanest safest coolest and most economical summer Cook stove Cei sold. The Uckless Blue flame Oil stove hums Ord hairy kerosene coi Ubinas the Clit Cincy of the Coal Range and the convenience and Comfort of the i Range at a fraction of the expense of either. An absolutely Safe and clean stove will not smoke Mil or get Greasy can t explode. Can be moved anywhere. Sold wherever stoves Are sold. If your dealer Dois no have them write to Standard Oil company. Or. Trios. Sculey and Mi. Sculley of Washington Are at the Belmont. Or. Sculley has leased High Rook for the season. Mrs. W. B. Rice and Julia Stevens Are this week. They will occupy Chantier Stevens residence on West Street. Miss Smith of the Manor inn. Sullivan and mrs. W. H. Lawrence were in the gossip from our regular correspondents. There will be an entertain hair. House on tuesday evening june 12. For the Benefit of the kindergarten. The program will be Given entirely Liy the children consisting of songs Mother Loose Tableaux and a. Short operetta quot Market refers laments w ill be served. Mrs. Frank Cross and Lessie Hig gins of bar Harbor Are visiting at mrs. Stephen Smallidge. Or. L. F. Kimball and family who have been spending the Winter in Brook line. Are Home on .Iturilay . For the summer. Or. Lipat Riek Keiit last week in Bosti i. The ice Sui or Given by four Young in lid of the Cli urch. On tie stay a quote . Was in a Ely a Success. Mrs. And Mi l Kiester of . Cal. Were the Guet. Olmis. Kimball last w eel. A or. or. I Otiest Looie. Who a i a been Eiml i i a l in during the w ii Itei. Are at Loiry. Tor a Short . Or. ail . Inive on Stuur Chiy. For tie .isoii. Or. W Illiam Draper and family of Philadelphia Are occupying the or. Phillips cottage. Or. Walter Stanley has moved his family from Southwest Harbor and opened his Tish Market near the Steamboat wharf. Or. Coster of the Harborside restaurant has arrived and will be ready to open on the oth of this month. Or. Lyman Haskell has leased the Small building on the East Side of the Bee Block for a Barber shop. He has Given up moving to Friendship me. Or. Doohan has opened a confectionery shop in the Telephone Block on main Street. Rev. Or. Owen of bar Harbor preached a very Able Sermon at the Union Church sunday afternoon. We Are in Hopes he will at the rec just of a petition occupy the pulpit through this month. Cottages Are All rented and Are being rapidly occupied. The Bunker cottage All plastered and ready for the inside swish. Or. H. L. Savage having the Piazza of the Rock end finished. It was begun last fall and will be 12 feet wide and 200 feet Long i he hotel also in ceiling a coat of paint inside and out beside several rooms papered and new Bath rooms put in. Or. Geo. Miller putting in a Cedar hedge on Rock end Avenue. Or. And mrs. W. Of Brimire went to bar Harbor saturday and were the guests of mrs. L. A Deasy Over sunday. Melville role and f. F. Larrabee have returned from a trip up country by private team where they enjoyed this Bohemian Outing. Miss Hattie Gates who has been spending the Winter with Iier Mother mrs. Walker has returned to her Home in rum Ford Falls. J Libbey fish manager of the Maddock Canning factories at Boothbay was in town Ope Day last week looking up workmen but did not succeed in this locality. Lace amp Button books $3.50. Tan and Black oxfords. $3.00. In i Adies our Sophia 0 in lieu Black and tan Boos a lieu gymnasium shoes. Ladd a it. Desert Block. Manor inn Swiss chalet Sullivan Harbor me. Iii. Attractive Hoit a will be in Rtuh Ness to Rucci a to tii a my 1.1 Seriac Dainty afternoon tras iii a Liili in i Iaiieil last a a on. A Carl a the tir to i get list. 1�m� Tonii Atul tii Illier Aill Citlai a Dirc f. K. Smith Sullivan Harbor Maine. The new Hall for the use of the k. Of p. Lode an assured fact. The x Village i mph of eminent society decided the matter at their business meeting wednesday night. Work on the building will commence immediately Chas. Power of Winter Harbor has the contract. The popular violinist Irving a. Ray had an enjoyable dance thursday evening and a Good attendance mrs. Lura Joy Bunker made a flying trip to bar Harbor on thursday. Or. F. Bickford has moved his family to the rooms above his store. He has rented his House for the season to l. Of Sarvis of port Harrelson. C., who expected soon. Miss Lois Handy left this morning for Northeast Harbor where she will remain All summer. Mrs j. B. Cole returned from Winter Harbor sunday after a visit of a few Day at her Sisters mrs. Chas. Grover. Or. Frank Wakefield spent sunday in Steuben. Frank Shaw and son of bar Harbor has been spending the week at the Sands Emma \ Ose of Sullivan was in town sunday Annette Handy spending the week with mrs. Ira Workman at Goulds Boro. The weather of last week Sullivan Gladden the hearts of the people in this Vicinity while vegetation seemed almost to leap into existence great was the Power of Sun lne and showers. A Large crowd attended the exercises Here memorial Day. Pythian Hall was crowded when the hour for the oration arrived. Capt. Johnson of the Schooner g. W. Collins made a Quick trip last month leaving Sullivan for new Bedford May 14 with a Load of curb Stone and returning from new York with a cargo of Coal for the Sullivan Falls towboat co., in just eighteen Days. Children Day will be observed it sunday evening l y a concert at the Chun h. Miss i Thel g. Porter h. D. To ordon Ai d Nellie Grey Are the committee on ments. Mrs. Mary Mattocks quite ill at tii writing. The masons had a Fine spread at t lii regular meeting saturday in Honor of or. A. B. Crabtree who received the Jid do Gree. Memorial Dav was of Harbor. Dren. They gathered at the Church and Marc lied to the Yemc Triy where they Laid their garlands on to c Soldier Graves. In the afternoon the streets were lined with carriages Takii people both from this place and from Gouldsboro Prospect Harbor and Winter Harbor to the pythian Hall we Sullivan where or. Bedford Tracy orator for the Day addressed a Lar a Chi course of people More indeed than ii Hall would accommodate other speak i. And excellent Sint in made up an ii Itei ing program All under the auspices of tic d. L. Weare Post g. A. R. Miss Belle Lawrence who was ill lat week has recovered but her Mot Lili. Mrs. W. H. Lawrence still tar Iro n we. Capt. S. Dennis was taken Dilyn ill last thursday night and suffered severely for several Days but better. Mrs George Crimmins who has been severely ill with the measles Able to be out. Rev or. Russell will spend the net few weeks in Orrington where he Recei de the appointment of census taker for town. He will return for the sunday Sci vices next week. Winfield Workman who has been m Chicago the past year has been promoted to signal inspector Between Chicago and new Orleans with a salary of $70 a Munth and expenses. This for a Young Man continued on Page 8

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