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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - May 20, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Injun him a Ivy a i Jar a a a up i a. Ega Rasse Pone a Sta cottages to hmm it pry a vol. 17. No Jour it ayi to unit desert Island / bad he a bobs ii be Nike May 20. 1903 a mob cock i j a. Bodio i p�eim�0jt� the first Quot ii out . A minitor. A a tim , Quot me. Seq a i Ppd #0b Imp a Chad or a omani Bah m capital. A surplus and profits Leo a 110,00.00 j. Sotok. Adj. My Quai. Blu a Lawford Htit several Nice go also afew very d for rent at Hancock Point Frable Shore idiots for Bale. I last add bus the Geo. H. Grant co., general insurance agents Long do stance Booe. Bur Harbor or cell Woith. After a Century. An the world tum Honor Fth Sage of Congo cd the go to. H. Grant co. General insurance real estate investments Ellsworth Bali Harb ii me Long di8tancx talk phone. Searls t Carter at first Nat l Bank brokers for bar Harbor. Or. Zoiti flu nun a Lumc 0� boat my. A or mfg i he a my of a ii a Itin lat of i of amt of Muc pm pianos pianola and aeolian for Sale to fent cd other it oui pianos. Tour a Kim a my j i Bili it Ai to Bent attainable Friona Steinert to a to my it Tiu uit Tttus of a a a my mime to in a in a my Buus a run a to mint min a my a a ump a of Mem tvs it la a two mtg a so v rata to. No. It tit hmm i conc nth late Yew m tit Ewe in a thu �4 is a a. To my a tic. A min tam of m my Mem. Com vary us sons company the most Belble piano and Maalo Loose in the world.44 cottage Street bar Harbor Maine with messes. F. P. Pray a ,boarding an Sale stable first class rigs of Evert kind by the hour Dat Quot week or season. Prompt services Good horses. Trim vehicles intelligent Drivers. Terms e. Foster Street Bab move for the better. We Are soon to make our third move another big stride no the Buein Esfi ladder. This time we go into a building of our own the Franklin building formerly owned by r. A. Sproul where we will have quarters twice As Large As at present and a most convenient location. Now in order to effect a Quot Rush Quot reduction of our big Stock of dry goods and carpets and especially our line of ladies suits skirts and jackets we shall inaugurated sweeping closing out Sale beginning thursday May 7, and continuing about two weeks or until we move into our new quarters. All our immense Stock is seasonable and just in style yet we Cut prices right and left in order to work off the great bulk of the goods before moving Day comes. This Sale there More Means a genuinely tremendous sacrifice. Don t miss having a hand in the values. There s big Money saving Here for All who will buy . Franklin bar . H. Kittredge a bomb a meat Firo Ceria a and provisions. At hold say al and retail. In order Moneet the requirements of the tinges and to a com a Nodal my , i have recently remodeler a in of my store thereby making n commodious and ladder Market go mar ibid which flu u of painted with main con Effion with my advantage to my Patrona. 21 st., car Harbor me. A a k .7 America is about to celebrate the Centenary of one of the Wiard s immortal a Ages Ralph Waldo Menton who was born in Boston May 35,1803. At the age of ten he entered Boston latin school and four years later found him a freshman at Harvard graduating in 1821. In 1833 he began to study for the ministry under or. Channing. The following year in the Century words what is now franc in Park he wrote Quot Goodby proud in 1825 he entered the Middle class at Harvard divinity school teaching at Chelmsford and Cambridge. Two years later he preached at new Bedford Northampton Concord and Boston. In 1829 he was called to the pastorate of second Church in Boston. The same year Septemo it or 30, he married miss Ellen Louisa Tucker of Concord n. H. Who died february 8, 1831. The following year he resigned from the second Church sailing for Europe on chrismas Day. In 1834 he t came a permanent resident of Concord and in 1835 was marked to Lydia Jackson of Plymouth. In 1872 his House at Concord was destroyed by fire. The same year he sailed Lor Egypt visiting England France and Italy returning the fou owing year to find his Home rebuilt through the liberality of friends and ready for occupancy. His last Public lecture on Quot aristocracy Quot was Given in 1881 at the Concord school of philosophy. He died at Concord april 27, 1882 and was buried at sleepy hollow cemetery april 30. Rev. Or. C. A. Bartol tells the following interesting anecdote of Emerson he hated bluster and flourish was never a noisy Man but bashful in meeting personages. I invited him to Dine with me and be promised to come. I said Quot i am the More glad because you will meet for. then he hesitated and said Quot for. Taylor is a Cannon better on the common than in the but he was persuaded and re com Ien for As Emerson left i said Quot thattus a Sweet yes replied Taylor Quot should he go to hell it would change the climate and the emigration would be that the following Are among eme son s most Choice selections Mast take himself for better for him his portion that though the w a verse is full of Good no Kernel of you Riching com can come to him but Chr Otth his toil bestowed on that plot of ground which is Given him to fill. The choral concert. To tit Apical season opens May 28 with a chorus of seventy to cd. Fhe bar Harbor choral society now ending Ita second season s work will give a concert at the Casino next thursday night May 28th. From present indications there will be a Large audience and this a As it should be. Last fall it was voted to accept an invitation to take part in the work of the Maine festival association but the local character of the society was not sacrificed its name government and purposes were not changed its main object is still the advancement of music Here and the concerts Given Here will always be considered As the most important work of the society. In View of the general interest de Waif b. Means cottages for rent or for Saleb office bar Harbor. Mama. Bassos. Or. I. Franklin Anthony or. Martin lord or. Harry Copp or. B. C. Reynolds or. B. A. Clarnc or. Carl Reyna Kab or. H. M. Conners or. J. A. Rodick or. R. H. Kidder or. C. C. Rocker or. F. E. Whitmore attention is called to the fact that reserved seat tickets for this event can be procured Only at Clement s until the Day of the concert. On that Day the tickets jul be at the Casino Box office. Among the cottage takers Are Many new names. Trust thyself. Hitch your Wagon to a Star. All Mankind love a Lover. To be great is to be misunderstood. The Dice of god Are always loaded. You cannot do wrong without suffering wrong. Always pay for first or pay your entire debt. Last you must we have a great than is Ever spoken. Deal More kindness life is not so Short but that there always time for Courtesy. What 1 must do is All that concerns me not what the people think. Those that stay away from election think that one vote will do no Good. Tis but one step More to think that one vote will do no harm. A Man is relieved and Gay when he has put his heart into his work and done his Best but what he has said or done otherwise shall give him no peace. Speak what you think now in hard words and tomorrow speak what tomorrow thinks in hard words again though it contradict everything you a id today. Trust men and they will be True to you treat them gently and they will show themselves great though they make a in exception in your favor to All rules of Trade. The Domestic Man who loves no music so Well As his Kitchen clock and the airs which the logs sing to him As they Burn on the Hearth has Solace which others never dream of. There is always a Best Way of doing everything if it be to boil an egg. Manners Are the Happy Way of doing things. Manners Are very communicable men catch them from each other. Taken in the coming concert we print the following facts about the program for that occasion Quot the the principal work from a musical standpoint will be a cantata in two parts by Nevin enticed Ethel Bert Nevin who died very recently was one of the most prominent of american composers. His music is noted for its wealth of melodies and is always Lovely attractive and popular. Quot the quest Quot is no exception to this and is a veritable mine of Beautiful Melody from cover to cover. The text by Randolph Hartley tells of a valiant Knight and How he starts out on a life Long quest for some unknown and mysterious Joy dreamed of by his lady love. He Dies but his wraith goes m with the quest swearing to find the prize Tho he ride through eternity. The lady also Dies and discovers that the vagrant Bliss she had so longed for was the love of a True Knight. The work is scored from Mezzo Soprano and baritone solos and choruses and will be accompanied on the occasion by piano and string orchestra. Added interest is gained for its production Here at this time by the fact that it is to be one of the principal kit factions at the Maine festival concerts next fall in Bangor and Portland and by the fact that it is a comparatively new work being among the last things written by Nevin. Miscella Kous . Quot quest Quot will constitute the first part of the program and the second part will be Inavie up of separate choruses and solos. The choruses will be the stirring and Ever popu a Quot soldiers chorus Quot from Quot Faust Quot Quot the magic of Spring a a Lovely Waltz song by von Weinzierl quo my love s like a red red Rose Quot by Mirrett did a very fascinating and Lively chorus from sul Viviin s Quot Lola the Quot which will close the concert. One. Tennis numbers in the second part will be the famous Quot ave Maria Quot of Gounod wit i a cello Obligato which will be played by or. J As. I. Maxwell and an Quot Irish Lullaby Quot by need Ham. Or. Palmer s number will he recitative and Avia Quot visions fair Quot from Quot in Roade Quot by Massanet. All additional attraction in this part of the concert will be the celebrated minute of bloc Chekeni which will be played by string orchestra. The orchestra will be largely composed of prominent Bangor musicians. The 1 mme. Dora Wiley Tennis needs no in tro Luction to musical people in the state she is Well remembered by Many who have heard her on other occasions and she is moreover unquestionably one of the leading vocalists in new England. Her re appearance in concert work this Winter was marked by great Success and critics and the Public seem to have agreed that she is doing the Best work of her life or. Harold Palmer is a Young Bangor Sii or who is making quite a name for himself. The has a Fine baritone voice and Wil be heard with great pleasure. The chord s. Rhe bar Harbor choral society now numbers about seventy voices nearly All of whom will take part in the concert following is the probable make up of the chorus the following Are a few of the cottages rented for the season of 1903. Next week the record will Complete the list. Corner meet has been rented to mrs. W. Gerard of new York but the House will probably be sub rented As mrs. Gerard is in poor health and sailed for Europe on the 19th. Mrs. Larz Anderson of Washington will occupy the Geranium cottage. Mrs. Anderson was miss Belle Perkins one of Boston s greatest heiresses and her coming will add much to social life. The Hardy cottage will be occupied by mrs. S. L. Manson of new York. Mrs. Alfred m. Coates of Providence r. I. Will occupy Tallyrand no. I. Or. William g. Parks of new York has rented the dutch cottage. Mrs. Wlliam b. Leeds of new York will be in Kebo cottage. Mrs. Henry f. Dimock will again occupy the Canary cottage. Or. John w. Auchincloss of new York has taken Theviot cottage again this year. Mrs. Draper will As usual occupy the Bowlder on Eden Street. Or. C. B. Wright of new York has taken Tanglewood for the season but will probably sublet it. Mrs. Edward a. Smith will occupy Arcadia cottage on the Eagle Lake Road As last year. Herbert m. Sears of Boston will have Lookout cottage which the Megargee Wrights occupied last year. The two Sanders cottages have been rented for the season Fine Hurst to col Louis Livingston and Homewood to or. Merle Middleton of Philadelphia who occupied it last year. Mrs. G. Ogden of new York has rent a foolish consistency is the Hobgoblin of Little minds adored by Little statesmen and Pfau Sophers and divines. With consistency a great soul has simply nothing to do. Volt is easy in the world to live after the world a opinion it a easy in Solitude to live alter our own but the great Man Jiahe who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect Sweet Tiesa the Independence of Iol etude. Tho a b a time in every Man s education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance that imitation la suicide sopranos. M is Olle m. Ash mrs. Chat. Allen miss Addie m. Bunker m . Bunker miss Charlotte m. Clark miss Ubel Cleaves mrs. A Sherman Cleaves miss Lucy Cunard mrs. Hand m. Conners mrs. A. mrs. Chat. Cunningham mus Pkt by Davis miss Wui Otto a miss Umrie Foster mrs. Cd Green miss Maria Stirite Higgins mrs a. B. Higgins miss Lena Hodge is mrs. L. V. Keyes miss Angie Inland mrs. It p. A oof miss Cathie Moran miss Mae Belle fray mrs. B. C. Reynolds mrs. J. W. Roberts mrs. E. B. Rodick miss Edna Smith miss Gertrude Soper miss Lillian Spratt miss Georgia Tripp mrs. Orlando Wescott miss Georgia Young kits mrs. Mus Grace Haynes Altos. Mrs. H. P. Hii m or Rev r. Marvin Cla ins mrs. Roy Harriman mrs. Bertha Lan troth mrs. Ctr Norris. Cheu Misjuk Lapray her Iury miss Florence Suminsby Shors. Lark or. Henry Hodgkins caves own or Orlando Wescott or. Fit it your season Nineteen three. The to Ianis a cottage and will Arnott ibo last of the month. The von Gaertner wih occur pop Ife Alley cottage on m desert Street they did last year. William Disston of Philadelphia my occupy Tho hedge for the sea soon Green Cote the Ladd cottage oni Biji Street has been rented to or it a a big Emit a. Beales of new York. Joseph Leiter has taken Point die for the season As the Van mfr a Hlaca will be in Europe. D. C. Blair of new York via Gaia a Cupy ban a Bryn. Oliver Ames of Boston the soil of amp a governor Ames has taken atlantean we cottage recently built on Atlantic at birr by or. Fred l. Savage. The Dennison will not visit a Stan Bor and their cottage has been rented figr Foster Misiken of new York. Sea urchins mrs. Burton Harry Ems cottage has been taken by the Akum get tuckers of Boston. W. Butler Duncan will again. To iii the tides on West Street. Mossley Hall has been rented to wf.3fimd> elms of Philadelphia. Or. Stokes of new York Wiir As usual the Norris cottage Street mrs. A. R. Foster s cottage Ifan rented to judge in Grahaam Afija new William Hopkins of pm Rad Lumik. Tri occupy m. s cottage thi9 Clovercroft mrs. Place s cottage Eden Street will be occupied by Elkins of Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. H. Lawrence Shell his will As usual occupy the Salisbury cot s. H. Rodick s cottage jul be oct Pii by or. Horwitz As it has Foi sri seasons past. Or. E. G. Fabbri has rented old pm George b. Dorr s estate. Or. Dorr a i spend the summer in Europe. Marigold cottage wis be occupied a a. C. Train. The Miller cottage will by is Usu air a copied by miss Frances Jib Oak Corfield which was rented tags Thoi pay Bris last year will be occur edit Styf. Bowler himself this year. Mrs. Peabody will be in 5er this Sean. Or. C. H. Wood s House is ice it mrs. John Davis. Of. The mount desert nurseries we. Miller manager. Canada hard Wood ashes and Swift Lowell ground Bone for lawns and crass lands. Wood ashes f a ood Quality contain the greater part of the essential ele Zicuis of Plant food in their Best Drin and in Large Quantity besides increasing markedly the it it ure holding capacity of Sollic. Valuable when used alone they Forra with Bone Rnear a and excellent manure for lawns and grass lands which besides the Rich growth it jives. Haa the great advantages of being wholly tree from Weed a eeds easily applied and free Felt it i offensive odor. Our Wood ashes Are unleashed thoroughly Fere end and the Best to be obtained. I Rice upon application. The off Loo and greenhouse a ate upon Schooner hem Road and have Telephone connections. Room Corr Whitto. 9 kenney&vatcrb�ojr�ol8lfra b ,b0st0h. Repairing at Sawyers our optical department is up to Date and the proper fitting and adjustment of glasses is our specially. W optical graduates at Are Telephone on Fine watches French Chicks Diamond jewelry. Old jewelry renovated re Gimm and made like new. Elf Tylli taken in Exchange for Good m repairs. Jewelry mfg. To Onke. J. H. Sawyer successor to k. P. Nio Orr. Cotta a Jol it let Liik a. Specially. Contractor and by re Dkl shop cd age st., bar hard he George l. Steb Liiv. Cottages tor Root. Nil dig lots of us if it a tic tar of flow a to al Harbor my. And 108 produce sex Hanxi no

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