Bar Harbor Record in Bar-Harbor, Maine
4 Nov 1903

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4 Nov 1903

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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - November 4, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine Bad a a Abbot Keg a a Wilfid Nesdal Kyj Bee 4, 1003. 3ar Harbor record. Re ii listed or the 0ar Harbor press Pompan. If clan n. Smith editor and Liana car. .�.�?�porroro, boat on Point. A a a Hooi. A thaw entered at the bar Harbor Post office u cond cd miss i mail matter july u. 1897. _ Suksi Ripton Price. $1.50 per year in and juice All arrearage will be charged at the rate it . The circulation of the record is Lane for a pm per of its class and increase nor. Most of the a Numier residents Are annual subscribers hence to amp a paix a is via Ely distributed and otters exceptional advantages to advertisers. No p Ipin a i 11 we paid except it the publisher s option and sons wishing their per stopped to Hereof at t lie expiration of the Tetlus notice has been Given or not. Per must five notice term whether pre wednesday morning nov. 1903 across the Bay. Newsy items from neighbouring towns through the count v. Saturday october 31st a go Wisboro. Pay neighbors and friends were invited to spend the afternoon it mrs. Maggie Rolfe s in Honor of her Mother s Eightieth birthday. The time was very pleasantly passed in social Chat and music was furnished by a great Gia iid Daub Elci miss Marie Rolfe. C. Hovey and grandson Calvin Fer rin of Milbridge were the guests of Jemima Tracy sunday. Or. And mrs. Willard Tracy Are rejoicing Over the birth of a daughter. Or. And mrs. E. F. Whitaker who have been employed at South Gouldsboro the past season returned Home saturday. Mrs. Louise Newn it an who has Beert Quot cooking at Dunbar s boarding House has returned Home and Mary Sowle will take her place for a while. Rev. F. L. Heywood preached sunday afternoon and evening in the Union Church. The m. K. Church will be closed to All services for a few weeks while being re. Paired. Or. And mrs. Wilmont roue who have been employed at Prospect Harbor the past summer have returned Home. On tuesday evening of you Wisboro. At Salem mass occurred the marriage of miss Elizabeth s. Sargent youngest daughter of Simpson and Annie j. Sargent of West Gouldsboro and or. Harry p. Ash formerly of East Sullivan. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Jerome Wood after which a reception was a Ven at the Home of the Groom s brother or. E. Ash. About Twenty friends were present. The Bride was prettily gowned in Pale Blue Cashmere White Satin and lace and carried a bouquet of Bride s roses. The presents were Many and Beautiful. Or. And mrs. Ash will reside for the present at 164 Boston Street Salem. Or. And mrs. Jason Sargent were the guests of or. And mrs. L. P. Cole at Prospect Harbor sunday. Or. And mrs. E. E. Soderholtz who have been spending the summer at their cottage Here have returned to Boston. Mrs. Jerome b. Clark came Home from Boston wednesday where she has been visiting her husband and other relatives. Or. And mrs. C. H. Wood and son i l clip of bar Harbor spent sunday in Lown. Sullivan Harbor. Quite a Large gathering was present at Lay service sunday. An excellent Sermon by Paul Revere Frothingham was read by mrs. Lav Vrencur. Or. Allen has charge of the next service. The r a ling today is at miss Hawkins. Giorgione is the artist considered. Miss e. J. Simpson will read what Elbert Hubbard has to say of him in a Quot Little journey Quot and mrs. Noyes will read a sketch from the masters of Art. The Cambridge press this week published a Cut of Rev. Or. Saunderson with an extract from his Sermon on eternal Cewis Suminsby from Leighton Davenport amp co., bar Harbor has just completed a Fine piece of plumbing at the tim Yenis cottage. He will remain in town through the week to do work for miss dui Ibar and or. Smith. Prospect he for. Miss Julia Guptill and her aunt miss Pherson were at l. P. Cole s on sunday. A party of Young people chaperoned by mrs. S. O. Moore enjoyed a Jolly halloween party at w. P. Hewins. The usual mystery and Awe attending halloween gatherings was turned into hilarity As the company played pit there was music and dancing and a generous treat of Candy nuts and pop Corn. School la Lodge k. Of p. Worked the first and second degrees on candidates at their last regular meeting saturday evening. A Clam chowder supper was served by the sisterhood mrs. M. A. Handy returned Home the first of the week and will remain several weeks before going to bar Harbor tor the Winter. A scrap for your scrapbook. North Ellsworth. Or. And mrs. Ernest Richardson of Aurora Are visiting relatives and friends Here. A. W. Nason is at Green Lake for a Short time. The sewing Circle had a dance and supper saturday evening and All report a Good time. C. J. Patten is at Home from Bayside. Harold Maddocks is improving. West Sullivan. J. J. Cameron has bought of w. B. Blaisdell his interest in the ferry. Or. Cameron has been employed there some time. All wish High Success. Or. Austin Havey and family have gone to South Carolina for the Winter. West Frankiin. Percy w. Debeck miss Jessie Long or. And mrs. Ira Mcgown and mrs. Edward of Hardison enjoyed a three Day s Outing at Hardison s Camp in the Fox Pond Region last week. Three Deer were started from their haunts in the Forest Depths but their flee Ness of foot enabled them to elude the Crafty Hunters. E. A. Atwood of Seal Harbor was in town last week on a combined business and pleasure trip. Hon. E. W. Smith the assistant postmaster was in charge of the Post office last week while p. W. Debeck was away. Mrs. D. H. Mcvicar of bar Harbor was in town last week. Frank Bradbury has a Crew employed at his Quarry cutting paving blocks. George Ryder has moved his family from bar Harbor to his farm at North Hancock. E. G. Burnham has the Dowel Stock at his Mill nearly manufactured and will soon put a Crew in the Woods to Cut Stock for another season s work. Misses Mina and Jeanne Coombs have ret turned from a visit with relatives in Ellsworth. Bluegill. Or. And Vii. Harry con ners of bar Harbor with their Little son have been recent of capt. S. O. Moore. Or. And mrs. Jason Sargent of West Gouldsboro were guests of or. And mrs. L. P. Cole on sunday. Or. And mrs. Marcus Cleaves of Steu Ben spent sunday with relatives Here or. And mrs. W. F. Bruce were guests of or. And or. Henry Preble of Sullivan saturday and sunday. Mrs. Lucy e. Coombs arrived heme Friday and will open her House for the Winter. Or. And mrs. Bradbury Smith of West Stu Ivson were guests at or. Larrabee a re gently. Seth Cleaves of Steuben Walii at a. W. Cleave Over sunday. Milf Dorothy Dresser Speat saturday and sunday Frith mrs. Edwin Spurling at gout abort. A r. Joy and w. F. Bruce kit monday ipod iii for Wytopitlock to join a bit a p. Hew info lift sunday for Cherry. M and a acct ent for a Brill trip. Prof. Brackett s family arrived wednesday from Limington me. They will occupy the George a. Clough House this Winter. The Academy students and the faculty enjoyed a halloween party last week. News has been received that capt. John Douglass vessel had both masts taken out by lightning during the severe Shower on the morning of october 26. The vessel was in the reach. A buckboard party numbering thirty of the Young people went to Sedgwick last tuesday evening to attend the Christian Endeavor local Union. Thursday afternoon state department president mrs. Julia Libbey of Oakland inspected the James a. Garfield Relief corps. There was a Large attendance of members and the work was satisfactorily conducted. Mrs. Libbey congratulated the corps on the Manifest interest and sympathy exhibited by the corps which now has fifty six members. Refreshments were served. Yussouf. By James Russell Lowell. A is Ranger came one night to Yussouf tent staying Quot behold one outcast and in dread against whose life the Bow of Power is Bent. Who flies and hath not where to Lay his fiend i come to thee for shelter and for food to Yussouf called through All our tribes the Good Quot. Quot this tent is mine Quot said Yussouf Quot but no More than it is god a a come in and be at peace freely shot thou partake of All my store As i bit his who build eth Over these our tents his glorious roof of night and Day and at whose door none Ever yet heard so Yussouf entertained his guest that nighty and winking him ere Day said Quot Here is Gold my swiftest horse is saddled for thy flight. Depart before the prying Day grows As one lamp lights another nor grows less so nobleness in Kindseth nobleness. That inward Light the stranger s face made grand which shines from All self Conquest kneeling Low he bowed his forehead upon Yussouf s hand sobbing o Sheik i cannot leave thee so i will repay thee All this thou Hast done unto that Ibrahim who slew thy son Quot Quot take thrice the Gold Quot said Yussouf Quot for with thee into the desert never to return my one Black thought shall ride away from me first born for whom by Day and night i yearn balanced and just Are All of god s decrees thou Art avenged my first born sleep in peace Quot bars. Nancy Burrill is visiting her daughter mrs. Emma Fogg. The death of Byron a. Blood occurred at the Home of his parents in East Buck sport wednesday october 21, after almost a year s illness of pulmonary consumption. He was the Only child of Lewis and the late Mary Hubbard blood and was 32 years and seven months old. For several years he was employed to Milton a h. In 1897 or. Blood was married to miss Druzilla m. Dudley of Milton who died in March 1901. For a year before his health failed he was employed at Mechanic Falls. In november 1902 he had an attack of the grip causing Hemo rages from which he Coull get no permanent Relief. In january he returned to his Home where during the months of almost incessant suffering he was most tenderly cared for. His friends and relatives Are comforted by the Assurance that even in his suffering he found peace in be. Lieving that the blood of Christ would atone for All sin. Or. Blood bad a kind and affectionate disposition and will be pleasantly remembered by All who knew him. He was Well versed on All the current events of the Day and an easy conversationalist. He was a member of the i. O. O. F. Of his immediate family he leaves besides his father a Stepmother Marcia Burrill blood who has filled a Mother s place since he was nine years of age to whom he was greatly attached. The funeral was held at the residence Friday afternoon. Rev. J. D. Mcgraw officiating. H. P. Burrill Sang Quot nearer still nearer Quot and Quot my Jesus i love thee favorite hymns of the deceased. N. B. Colby took charge and the bearers were Arthur Burrill Walter Colby Walter Douglass and Harry Simpson. There was a Floral Pillow and other Floral offerings. The interment was at Hillside cemetery where a few years ago his wife and Little daughter were Laid to rest much sympathy is extended to the bereaved 5luehill. Or. E. G. Des Isles who Lamotne. Remembered by Many record readers As one of the Pioneer settlers of bar Harbor was pleasantly surprised saturday evening by a gathering at his Home Here of a number of his friends in commemoration of his sixty seventh birthday. Music and games were heartily enjoyed and later in the evening delicious refreshments were served. The hours of Midnight arrived and the fifty Iourtc birthday of w. F. Des Isles was ushered in before the departure of the Guesta among those present from out of town were or. And mrs. A. B. Cough bar Harbor miss Delia c. Hopkins Ellsworth. W. O. Fogg of hulls Cove Dedham. Charles Fogg of Ellsworth visited their Mother mrs. Mary e. Pogg recently. The school at the Village taught by miss Amanda Scammell of Milford mas., closed last Friday. After a Short vacation there will be a Winter term of eight weeks James Mead and Daniel Johnson who have been very ill with pneumonia Are re covering. Or. Croxford of Orland was their attending physician there Are two cases of smallpox of a mild form in the family of j. Henry wharf. Or. Prmt and or. Croxford have been in town the past week vaccinating the school cd Ihlen sad Many others. Bealey Sylvester of Bucks port is visiting his Mother mrs. Dollie Sylvester who health having an attack of mrs. Sylvester is eighty two mrs. Josie Dow and her Little son Harvard Are staying with her parents or. And mrs. O. B. Bowden for a few Days. Latest Island news. What is doing in towns on it. Desert and other islands. Seal Harbor. The Seal. Harbor water company has nearly completed the laying of a six Inch underground pipe from the school House to Long Pond which will provide a Winter Supply of water for the whole Village. The work is being done by contractor a. E. Clement who has taken out mor an four Hundred Yards of Rock using ii steam Drill for the purpose. Asa Hodgkins amp sons Are building a laundry for or. James Ford Rhodes. Or. And mrs. Charles Freeman of bar Harbor Are visiting mrs. Freeman s parents Captain and mrs. Cox. The new Hall on the Jordan Pond Road will be opened with a dance november 9. The water company has just completed a new Brick and Cement screen House at Jordan Pond. B. W. Candage amp sons were contractors for the work. Gotts Island. To Zubb a Corid in omit Dat Takt laxative Bromo Quli Ine table Cir a dry a giant refund the Money if it Faila Civ. signature on each is in poor bronchitis years old. Capt. De. Simpson of this place has sold his yacht to Bass Harbor parties. Timothy Day is quite sick with heart trouble and indigestion. Benson Sylvester and son Edmund have gone to san Francisco where they intend to spend the win a. The Clam factory is running in full this week having More clams than they can take care of. Clara Day is at Home being called Here by her father s sickness. Miss Day is teaching school in Penobscot. Frank Sibley and or. Wharf of Somer Ville arrived Here on wednesday to visit friends Bert Day has sold his Stock and farm products and gone to Boston for the Winter taking his family with him. Miss Annie Mccloud of Somerville returned Home on thur a s boat accompanied by or. And irs. B. C. Day of this place Rose Henderson arrived Hope last night having been away four months working for Charles Sherman of North Brooksville. Schooner Emily Belle commanded by Captain Gray of Brooksville landed lumber Here at the Stear boat wharf la week for Elmer Yot Fng and Angus Henderson mrs. Mamie Jenkins of Rockland was the gum i or. And mrs. B. A. Sylvester last week. There is one rational Way to treat nasal Catarrh the Medicine is applied direct to the attested membrane. The remedy is Ely s Cream Balm it Reato ifs the in flamed a spurs to a healthy a Tate without or Flag All the ule out of them and it give Back the lost sense of taste and spell. The runs re who la tired of vain Kenerl a fits Iho idd use of pm Bimini 0riig� nearly three million readers in touch with the Best thoughts of the most Tai Pous of living men and women. Annual Samiou Cement number fully describing the principal features of the companion s new volume for 1904 will be sent to any address free. The Riew subscriber for 1904 will receive All the issues of the companion for the remaining weeks of 1903 free front the time of subscription also the companion Calendar for 1904, la in twelve colors and Gold. The youth s companion 144 Berkley Street by ton mass. W. S Justin tue. One Price cloth Erthis signature is on every Box of the Theta in laxative Bronik Uio Hie to the remedy that Csuti a a of the dim in agr. L. Tower first kiss Carriage Painter Holland Avenue. Two seasons with t. H. Dawson co., Brockton mass. S9ly_ notice. The regular annual meeting of the Stock holders of the bar Harlor banking Atman company will be bold at tbs company s banking rooms in bar Harbor. Maine on tuesday december 1,1908, at 10 o look in the Forenoon for the following put a diet first for the election of trustees and the transaction of snob other business As May properly come let before Snow meeting. Second to pee it the stockholders will vote to Amend the by Laws in respect to the Nam ber and qualification of trustees a Aram of trustees and in Tobor respects. Fred c. Lynam 40-t__secretary. Vado nation notice. Quot the Board of health hereby ves notice that arrangements have been made with the different physicians whereby free vaccination is provided for the inhabitants of thu town of Ken. All Perrons who have not been vaccinated Are requested to apply to Mieir family physician for that purpose. A physician win be at the school Street every saturday until Fuit ber notice. From 10 to 12 noon. If Yon Bave not made other arrangements you Are requested to Avail yourself of this Opportunity. 86�?tf Boneo of health. Have your measure taken for Yotter new i All garments. It is the Only proper and satisfactory Way of buying your clothes being that Quot Good clothes Ark always made to make your selection from the tail Oring line of Strauss Bros. Chicago est. 1877 Good tailors for Over a Quarter cent Arr you la find a world of pleasure in wearing the clothes made by Strauss Bros.,�? faultless in style flt finish and materials. They re so much better than the Ordinary rom of clothes yet prices Are astonishingly Low and your perfectly Safe in ordering because if garments Are not satisfactory you need t take them. Win will be pleased to show you our great line of samples special notice. For the next fifteen Days from oct. 21 to nov. 6. I will give a Good dress Salt Case free with every order of a suit or overcoat to amount to 910.00 or Over. 000 samples from Strauss bios to select from. Every Pannent guarantee to fit. The dress suit Ca amp a is a a Ood one made from cowhide leather with brass lock and key. Value $4.00. W. S. Austin Cor. School and pleasant its. Now �5 your Chance to buy or. O. J. Joyce picked a Blue Violet october 27th and that morning the ground was quite White with Snow. Quite a number of Ripe strawberries have been picked on the Island during october. Capt. Will Gott and his father e. L. Gott have returned from Brooksville with a Load of apples Quot the Windy weather gives our lobster fishermen a hard time to tend their traps. The Price of lobsters last paid was 16 cts. Rev. M. Thompson preached Here the 35th. Miss Edith Moore closed her school at Black Island Friday. Btian tir Staples died asian ii. It riday after a Brief illness of apoplexy. It came As a Shock to Many of his friends As he had been in his usual health until the moment of his attack. Funeral services at the Baptist Church sunday Rev. F. N. Ohnson officiating. Capt. Staples was a faithful Church worker and a Good citizen and will be greatly missed. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were his brother Johnson Staples of Rockland the Only survivor of a family of fourteen children mrs. George w. Staples of North Sedgwick or. And mrs. Amos Staples Martin Babbidge Enoch Moore and Lorenzo Trask of Gotts Island. Henry Johnson will move his family into the parsonage this week. Miss Ritta Staples returned from Frenchboro saturday where she taught the tall term of school. Mrs. E. E. Staples gave a party to a number of invited guests saturday evening. A Fine musical program was Well carried out. Mrs. Martha Barbour of Deer Isle has been visiting her sister mrs. Augustus Staples. The influence of the youths companion. The gospel of Good cheer brightens every Page of the youth s companion. Although the papers nearly seventy seven years of age it does not look blk on the pastas a better period than the present. The companion believes that the time most full of Promise is the ume we Are living in and every weekly Issue reflects this spirit of looking Forward and not Back. To More than half a into Lam american ilfii4t carries we its Metnik of a Betti ite storm pfc tort tit unit can Ian Ritt Kcf of tit a Rouby men and we Tom i America. Iti Ait Idof Brit diff Wall papers we have 10,000 Rolls of Wall paper All of the latest designs which we will sell at less thau Cost in order to make Roora for other goods. _ f Lawford amp Wakefield painters paper hangers and decorators main Street bar Harbor Small i it of has not come to bar Harbor but it is Well to be on the Safe Side. Call at Roger pharmacy for vaccine Points Shields and All preventatives. An ounce of prevention is Worth a Pound of cure. New goods at a lot of Odd Loo Plecka sold 3 for 26 Conta. A a is a iii Stro it

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