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 By Kah oct recoup Wjt a a it Nett of it a Kovba Bjo a Ron a he tend buyers piano bait gains. Quot Quot and baft Saifi Hunte is. We have then five second hand pianos whih have been rented the past a ease which for special reasons it is necessary for us to sell. These instrument w offer prices which we in never duplicate. You Don t have to take or word for it the go it is and a rices speak for Bem sevits. We have some do mint hew pianos which will satisfy the most critical the Webe Fiche Merrill and , Cable can t be beat and the prices Are alt rights yes we self everything on easy payments if you desire and nearly everybody buys that Way. Come and took them Over even if you do not intend to Purchase we have an expert pianist who will demonstrate the above . A Clement 160 main st., bar Harbor 4r0und town. Events that place and people who come a of go. Of a Ironto is Long when it s 30 Days keeps your love away from you. But a month is Short when at its end your building amp loan Falls due. A merry party of boys and girls spent a pleasant evening with miss Blanche Deasy saturday and tried halloween projects. Mrs. C. S. Porter announces that she is prepared to go out dressmaking by the Day. See notice in another column. The meetings of the bar Harbor choral society will begin on thursday evening of this week when there will be a rehearsal at the High school room at 7.45. It is requested that All music should be returned. The work this Winter will be on the holy City and Carmen. This is of special a Terest to the members As the former was taken up by the society in the Winter of 1901-2. It will be of interest to Many people Here to know that or. Fred Shaw widely known As a sculptor and hotel Man is now located in Colorado Neir Colorado Springs where he is extensive Marble quarries. His Mother mrs. O. She will spend the Winter with him. The Shaws Are Well known Here As the old West end hotel was in their hands for a number of years. The Large amount of building being done this year has necessitated the ship pm Here of a Large amount of lumber. The Sappho has brought some thirty five car loads making a number of extra trips when necessary. The Royal purple degree was conferred upon five candidates at the meeting of it. Desert Encampment i. O. O. Last wednesday. Refreshments were served after the work. Many of the old friends of or. We. Rogers Are pleased to knt a that he has resumed the practice of Medicine. His residence and office is in the Rogers building. Main Street Rev. Donnell a. Boatright pastor of the first Christian Church Bangor preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist Church sunday. Because of the prevalence of smallpox at Bangor or. Boatright s Church was closed and the bar Harbor Church were glad to Avail themselves of his services. Richard Mcdougal was injured on the army i term ii while fasting at the t. C. Blair residence. Or. Phillips dressed the wound interest intensified. Lea who mfg Jordan second. M3h Hamor Amanda m. The wife of Alonzo Ash died at her Home Here on sunday afternoon after a Long illness trom consumption. Mrs. Ash was the daughter of Amos Richardson of Eden and had passed All of her life Here. Though in poor health for a number of years she never complained but was Ever helpful to those about her. She was a kind Friend and neighbor and will be deeply mourned by these As Well As by her children seven Ofiu Hom survive her mrs. Ida Richardson of Southwest Harbor mrs. Mamie Emery of Salisbury Cove mrs. Charles Bulger Barton Evelina Alice and Walter of this place. She also leaves a sister miss Reb Kati Richardson. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10.30 at the congregational Church. The Home of or and mrs. Arno Marshall in Trenton was the scene of a pretty wedding last wednesday when miss Althea Cameron of bar Harbor was United in marriage to their son Altred Marshall. The House was decorated with ferns and Flowers and Rev. Stephen Green of st. Saviours Church performed the ceremony which was witnessed by about forty relatives and friends. The Bride wore a Dainty gown of Lavender and was attended by miss Ray Marshall As bridesmaid. The a st Man was or. Richard Mcfarland. After the Cere Mony the guests were served with refreshments and in the evening a reception was tendered or. And mrs. Marshall at the Hall by the Young people of the place. There will be a dance and supper at the Casino on thanksgiving night. Early in t december manager Emery has in mind the beginning assemblies which proved so popular last Winter. Or. And mrs. Flaman b. Candler of 20 fifth Avenue new York announce the engagement of their daughter Edith to or. George l. Stebbins of Seal Harbor. Or. And mrs. Candler have spent several Summers at the Seaside inn Seal har bor. The wedding win take place in december. A Benefit Ball will be Given at music Hall i on thursday evening Nove Niber 12. Or. James George is floor manager and the a ids will by Foster a. C. Cop Pjoan by or jr., Fred Jellson Fred c. Lynam b. E. Whitney Victor f. Gooch l. P. Carter Hrry Bradley Frank Young e. Quot a. Dyer w. H. Davis f. A. Foster Arthur Dement Orient Brewer Arthur a Chulim Georfe Spiriti a. Stroud of tit Affili is Lvi ii b Aid of Mortby can Miltis hoped that it w a i mtr Miaad. I ditto May be the Frank Jones made tier last trip for the season monday Forenoon arriving from Jonesport about nine o clock and leaving soon after for Portland. She was Given the customary parting salutes by the Norembega it. Desert and Marjo Rie As she swung trom her to it Erth and headed Down the Bay another reminder that the season is Over. E a wedding of interest to Many people Here took place at Northeast Harbor monday when miss l. Belle Smallidge and or. Jerome Knowles were to United in marriage. The Home of the Bride s parents was beautifully decorated for the and the ceremony which was performed a Rev. Joseph r. Norwood witnessed by relatives and friends. The Bride wore a handsome gown of White with veil and was attended by two Little nieces of the Groom As Flower girls. Or. B. E. Clark was Best Man. Or. And mrs. Knowles left on the Frank Jones for a wedding trip to Boston. Both of the Young people Are Well known Here. Mrs. Knowles has been very successful in the real estate business and or. Knowles is a Young lawyer of ability. Or. And mrs. J. E. Simonys were Given a pleasant Surprise on monday evening when a number of friends from the Baptist society assembled at their rooms in the f. A. Jellison House. High Street where they have recently moved. The affair was a sort of anniversary Celebration As it was about a year ago that mrs. Simonds came to bar Harbor and shortly after became a member of the Baptist Jewing Circle. The members of the party brought with them All sorts of dainties and each presented mrs Simunds with a handsome souvenir of the occasion. Master Ralph was not forgotten As he received a pretty cup and Saucer from master Archie Reynolds. Those present were or. And mrs. E. S. J. Morse miss Ida Morse or. And mrs. John Rich or. And mrs. David Reynolds mrs. Of p. Rich mrs. Geo. Austin mrs. Mary Walls mrs. Geo. Whittaker miss Whittaker mrs. Howard c. Emery mrs. Henry West mrs. Flora Grindle mrs. Ellen Higgins mrs. Almado Mitchell mrs. Scott mrs. Orlando Wescott mrs. Fred Irant mrs. Willis Paine mrs. Margaret Tribou. A e. Whitmore. Jeweler has placed in the vault of the first National Bank a ladies Gold tilled watch which has been wound and sealed in a Box and will not be taken out until the Day after Christmas. In the meantime every purchaser of i Worth of goods at or. Whitmore s jewelry store will be entitled to one guess on the Lime the watch stops. See advertisement. Commencing monday november 9, for the entire week the Klark Urban company will present a change of plays at each performance. High class specialities will be introduced Between the acts. The plays Are All new to the Public and Are of a class that Are sure to please a iii comedy dramas. Monday night or. Klark will present the Beautiful comedy drama a True kentuckian. It is full of pleasing situations plenty of comedy special scenery and Good acting. There is Little need of any Long Story about the Klark Urban company for every one remembers them from last season. Do not miss seeing. A True kentuckian next monday night at the Casino. There will be work in the patriarchal degree at the of it. Desert Encampment i. O. O. F., this wednesday evening. Have you invested in a Quot Home Safe Quot yet by depositing one Dollar with the National Bank of bar Harbor you get one of these safes. You have the Safe the Bank has the key. Every three months or so you Deposit your savings. It is a successful plan and one that Many Are using. During the past year Banks have been placed in Sullivan Gouldsboro Winter Harbor Seal Harbor Northeast Harbor Southwest Harbor and Somes Tlle As Well As the Large number in bar Harbor. Owing to the ill health of mrs. Coburn or. W. Coburn has Given up the lease of the Everard hotel and at the beginning of the month the hotel d into the hands of the new manager or. E. W. Hodgkins of Trenton. Or. Hodge wins is Well and favourably known to the travelling Public and has previously acted As clerk at the Everard. Many friends will regret the departure of the co Burns. The woman s literary club will meet with mrs. Frank Spratt saturday november 7, at 2 . It is hoped that All members will be present As business of ship Ortance s to be transacted. Or. K. Of Thompson died at his Home in Trenton monday after a Long illness. Or. Thompson had been a life Long resident of Trenton having been keeper of the toll Bridge for Many years. He leaves a widow two sons Wiliiam and Clifford of Trenton and one daughter. Miss Josephine a., of Ellsworth besides five Sisters and one brother or. Joltn Thomp a Ono Utis place. Funeral services will by held at a o clock today. Or. A. S. Newman entertained the men s Whit club on saturday evening. Great interest is being taken in the voting contest and Competition is waxing keen. Miss Eva hamper still leads with mrs. Jordan second but mrs. Loring mrs. C. A. Smith and mrs. Porter have made Large gains gains. Read carefully the terms of the contest on another Page. Vote Early and often. The standing of the contestants is As follows miss Eva Hamor mrs. W. R. Jordan. H. Parsons. 1270. 1200 mrs. C. H. Parsons,.1160 mrs. Geo. Loring,.4j0 mrs. Carrie Porter,.450 mrs. C. A. Smith. 400 miss Coombs,.350 mrs. J. W. Thompson. 300 mrs. Ames Alley. 250 mrs. Thomas.250 miss Marcia Willey,.150 miss Tedna Brewer. 100 mrs. Geo. Cushing.100 mrs. G. ,.100 mrs. Nathan s. To Kingsley. Loo mrs. J. A. Stevens,.100 miss Gertrude stratton.100 miss Julia Sullivan,.100 business tomcats. E. R. Cough offers double Stamps this week. Ask for Quot Golden w. E. Sallie the Eye specialist will make a visit to bar Harbor the week beginning monday november i and As usual will be found at the hotel Florence. Letter to Oscar Stevens. Bar Harbor Maine. Dear sir or. Frank Robinson Titus ville. Pa., bought Devoe with a Good Deal of feeling against the whole tribe of Quot mixed paints. Our agents there messes. Kernochan amp co., got him to do it. He says Quot i am More than pleased with the Job. I had one third of the paint left Over i know of several other jobs a year old or More painted with Devoe that Are wearing Well. What a pity we have to All go through the same school to find out what paint to put on a House experience teaches. In t there any easier Way to learn yours truly f. W. Devoe amp co. P. S. A. E. Lawrence Sells our paint about people. Those of oar town and t Hose come to see us. Who or. George b. Dorr was in town last week to superintend the closing of his cottage. Old farm which the Fabens have occupied this season. Or. And mrs. Fabbri left for new York saturday. Or. Dorr or. Fabbri and or. Ogden con template building a breakwater across their Cove. Mrs. Herbert Parsons and miss Rosalie Coe Campbell left on Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Benj. Ingersoll who have spent the summer at Addison Point have returned and Are with or. And mrs. George Cushing miss Delia Smith who has been visiting her Mother mrs. C. A. Suit Ali has returned to Boston. Or. Atid mrs. Sherman Cleaves have gone to Washington where they will spend the Winter. Or. And mrs. Rodney p. Soper Are occupying the rooms Over the Market which have been renovated and attractively furnished. Or. J. T. Hinch and or. C. Foster Are enjoying a Hunting trip at Kathadin Iron works. Miss Helen Bunker of Northeast Harbor is the guest of her sister mrs. A. H. Lynam. Or. And mrs. C. E. Freeman Are spend ing several weeks with mrs. Freeman s parents Captain and mrs. Cox at Seal Harbor. Miss Gertrude Stratton and miss Ethel Wooster left Friday evening for st. Augustine Florida where they will spend the Winter. Merji. Jesse Lawrence of Sullivan paid a Short visit Here last week. Miss Margaret Dunbar of Sullivan spent saturday in town. Or. Eugene Springer of West Sullivan was in town saturday. Or. John o Connell who has been with the american express company this sea son finished his season s work and has returned to his Home. Mrs. Stephen Green has closed the Green s Ipswich Home in Massachusetts and came to bar Harbor on saturday to join the Rector and their three daughters or. Green s parishioners will extend cordial Welcome to mrs. Green. Miss Faith c. Vireen is visiting in Washington miss Cornelia is attending st. Mary s school at Knoxville iii., master Stephen is at Holderness school in Plymouth n h., but Hopes to spend the holidays with the family in the rectory. Mrs. H. A. Marcels returned saturday from Watertown mass., where she has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Ambrose Higgins mrs. W. M Roberts and mrs. J. W. Roberts returned from Boston saturday. Or. Fred Kellar has returned from vacation spent in Boston. Or. Maurice c. Rumsey returned Satur. Day from a three week s stay in new York during his absence mrs. Herbert Hig gins served As organist at st. Saviours in a most satisfactory manner. Or. Lowell g. Salisbury of Waterville spent several Days last week with his father or. Nathan Salisbury who is very ill. Mrs. Oliver l. Hall has joined or. Hall in Bangor. Or. And mrs. J. C. Manchester and or Ralph Manchester leave today for Colorado Springs Colorado. Miss Vida Cleaves leaves today for her Home in Prospect Harbor where she will spend the Winter. Mrs. G Prescott Cleaves and master Haskell will accompany her for a Short visit. Or. Benjamin Green went to Boston last week on a vacation trip. Or. Perlinsky is in new York on business trip. Miss Maude c. Harding returned to new York yesterday. Mes Ira. Fred Jellison Chester Norris and Veranus Jellison leave this week for a Hunting trip to Kathadin Iron works. Southwest Harbor oct. 28th by Rev. H. Hill miss Maud f. Holmes and Frank l. Gilley both of Southwest Harbor. Salem mass., oct. 27, by Rev. Jerome Wood miss Elizabeth s. Sargent of West Gouldsboro. And Harry p. Ash formerly of East. Sullivan. Northeast Harbor nov. 2, by Rev. Joseph r. Norwood miss l. Belle Smaridge and Jerome Trenton oct. 28, by Rev. Stephen , miss Althea Cameron and Alfred Marshall. Pm i Mouth mass., oct. 21, by Rev. T. E. Calvert miss Gertrude May Avery of Plymouth and capt. Elijah Reed Powers of Brookin. Allston mass. Oct. 15, by Rev. W. S. Skekey mrs. Alice p. Billings of fall River. Mass., and Harry e. Thomas of bar Harbor. Harrington oct. 13, by Rev. E. A. Carter miss Gertrude l. Gross and Allston m. Hatch both of Stonington. Bucksport. Oci. 21, by Rev William for. Syth miss Georgia a. Moore of Bucksport and Maynard v. Torrey of Tremont. Ellsworth ont. 21, by re. J. O Brien. Miss Margaret m. O Connor of Maiden and fied Editk w. Richardson of Orland , oct. 21, by Rev. Clarence Emery. Mrs. Mary a. Torrey and Frank Mcmullin both of Tremont. 0learance Sal at Ori atly a dec d Riwu. This is no fake sales i want to reduce Stock. Sideboards White goods and Hall Trees at coat for 30 day8. A go iii Chance to buy for future use. H. A. Broww cottage Street Correct clothes for men. A Complete line of All the new recognized Fash look for the fall and Winter of 1903-4 have just been received. Hundreds of the new full Back Box overcoat with belts and without. Also a Good line of the three quarters Leoet overcoat which fire right up to Date for a cyle. Hundreds of new stylish suits with of Alae Superior that Appeal to Dressy men. We Are exclusive agents for Kirschbaum s hand made clothes and invite you to Call and inspect same. We carry a Large line of men s and boy furnishings hats. Caps and shoes. Our prices Are the lowest Quality considered of any store in town. We shall by pleased to have you e. Walls 69 main Street. Bar Harbor Ime. No tabs. Tremont oct. 14, Charles Abbott aged 75 years. West Ellsworth oct. 27, William Alexander Barron aged 75 years Stonington. Oct. 18, Florence Augusta wife of oilman Bray aged 53 years. Bangor oct 12, James s. Gott formerly of Tremont aged 86 years. ,oct.25. Harold l. Heath aged 14 years 8 months. Ellsworth oct. 28, Charles j. Perry aged 82 years. Sedgwick oct 10, mrs. Hannah g. Preble aged 91 years. It. Desert oct�24. Mercy j. Mason aged 78 years i month t Days. Bar Harbor nov. I mrs. Amanda m. Ash aged 65 years 5 months 16 Days. Ellsworth oct. 28, Charles j. Perry aged 82 years. Atlantic oct. 30, capt. Myrick Staples. Trenton nov. 2, k. K. Thompson aged about 75 years. Are you a Good quester for every Dollar you spend at my store to. Lore Rohrl Hamas of will have Onn Gueuk on the time the watch . The watch has been wound and placed in tbs vault of the first National Bank. It will be presented the Day after Christmas o the successful Guesser. G. E. Whitmore jeweler main cor. Cottage Street. The Casino. Osmond one solid week Romaie Clug monday nov. St the Public Choloe the Klark Urban co. Presenting a repertoire of new plays. High Ola a spec valued Between the acts. Monday night the boo Seiy Lorama Quot a try be &entuck1an.&Quot prices 15, 25, 35c 8tatk of Maine Haho Ock s 8 supreme judicial court in equity. Herbert i. Sex a lbt John k. Up ebb and w. E. Buann v8 Edgar i. Lord Thomas f. Moran Charles b. Pinto am May Ann Urb Bly. To the supreme judicial court in equity a Hert it Ert i a Tanley John k. Preble and w. E. Brann All of Eden Hancock county state of Maine co partners doing bus ideas at said kit a under the name of Stanley Preble amp Brann oomph in Agapital Lii Gar j. La r 1, Thomas f. Moran Charles b. Pineo. Allot said Uden and Marv Ann Greely of Ellsworth in said county and say a 1. By virtue of a contract with said Edgar i. Lord who is not the owner of the premises Here waiter described and by consent of Thomas f. Moran Charles b. Pineo and Mary Ann a reely who Are the owners of said premises or it not the owners the owners of which Are to the Plai Tiila unknown the plaint its Luru shed of Ituau materials and labor which entered into and were used m the building of the tour nations of a dwelling House the land on which this brands situated at bar Harbor in the town of Eden stores Ald bounded on me Nurto by a private Way being an extent tin Low aids the West of the Way called Greely Avenue on the we is by lao of Marat a on the Sugih by inn of Albion p. Huey and Frank. O Alley and on the a amp to it a line parallel with tie t its turn Lynu of land us air Stop Salisbury and 6u text uis Lani therefrom. I. Oil May ind Idt la thu defendant Edgar i. Lord Altu the Cousett of Lue other die us Anis made an Oral co Truet with the plaintiffs whereby the plaint tis agreed with said lord to do the Mason work of a House to be Ortic ted by him upon the lot above described including the Lounda Thoits Lor three Hundred and Elan to dollars . In pursuance of said contract the Plain titty built tie Toundas Tlona of a iii House turkish Long All labor and material necessary for the same whereupon the defendant lord abandoned the building of said Houte and by his abandonment prevented the plaintiffs trom completing their said contract. And the plaintiffs aver that two Hundred and Twenty dollars is a reasonable sum tor thi building of said foundation. The contract herein specified is the same referred to in the first paragraph of this Bill. 5. There is now due the plaintiffs alter a just credits have been Given tor labor an. M the ribs turn shed As aforesaid the sum of two a undies and Twenty dollars ,$-�m.o�. As appears by account hereto annexed marked exhibit a. 4. The Turat of said materials were furnished on the second Day of May a. 1903 and the last of said materials and latter were furnished on the 28rd Day of May imm. 6. Wilhm Torly da>8 alter your plaintiffs Oeast a to furnish labor and materials As aforesaid to a a it on the Tweit it second Day o june a. »., 19j3, your plaintiffs died la the of foe of the town clerk of said Ken being town in which said tour Matlou is situated a True statement of the amount due them with All just credits Given together with a description of said property Bulusu Seully to curate to identify la and iii names of the owners so Lar As Tiey were to Beni known to the Plant Lff and sworn to by her Teitle Bolanle it one of said plaintiffs in behalf of said plaintiff firm and the same was recorded in a Book kept for that purpose by said Towi. Clerk and your plaintiffs have complied with All the Pruvli Sinh o a Ollun thirty two of chapter ninety one of he revised statutes of Mugue and Acup additional thereto and amendatory thereof. Wherefore the plaintiffs claim a Lien on said foundations Aitu the land on which the same Stavis to secure the payment of said sum of two Hundred and Twenty Dot it Llars due the i it Launt Lff As abort Sald tor materials and ii or Lurn Lehew As aforesaid together with inter is thereon Anu such costs a the honorable court May award them. And the Plain Iliili Inri lier Pray that the property Hereinbefore described May be sold and the proceeds applied to like discharge of their said Llyn. And that the plaintiffs May have such other and Inether Relief As tie nature of tue Case May require. And Niay it please this honorable court to Issue its subpoena to the said e<1gar 1. Lord Thomas f. Moran Charles b. Pineo and m Ryann freely commanding them to appear before s id court and answer to ills Bill of complaint and abide Ihler orders and secret s of court Ihei Eon. Signed Akk Picut i. Stanley Juhn k. Pm Kurt Vav. E. Brann. Stanley Preble a Brann by l. B. Deasy their Attu Ruey. Eden Maine aug. 3 a. U., i -�o3. L. B. Deas it counsel. Miscellaneous advert semen. T Ost on october 28, Between bar harime and Trenton an Extension Case flu a with clothing. Finder please return to 41-2t c. H. Copp Trenton Malim Between 7 and 8 p. 4i-u a few comfortable rooms to rent with team heat at 18 Albert Meadow. Rob lbt a tenement of three rooms. Alao part of cottage for Winter. Apply to mits. P. E. Higgins <0-2t_la albeit Meadow. A a tab Fine Gentl Kern r atm. With rooms for Coachmen and 7 or h horses at bar Harbor for season of 1904. 40�?tt_address "c.,"record of ibo Pior Sale a Sec of rare old cameos vol a Cameo pin. Apply at for further inform Attoa record or Rig Job Sale an Underwood apply at Wood Type we to. Record offic tir al Ali it i a i or i Luider. A visitor to Liu it a till Liott is it peking was Walii in d during thu Nikit by the Louic Caus of by Ilu full of u Roll of paper. Getting out of bed be saw with a pole to which h waa attached u Lis Lii lieu Quot Litov Inifi about the Artiom Fouec Tiisik various us meets and Regii Ovling Teui through tin Pludow. I Pou going Down sturrs he wa8 Beard by the Burgl Arious China Tiaa outside to whom the Rod belonged and who escaped leaving us fishing line behind him. Pro 1904 Ocean cottage in tim a Field. Apply to s. N. Higgins. 88�?tl or Sale a lot in the Centre of they Lage Cut a tanning 21,758 Square feet Lorius i by occupied by monies greenhouses. Apply to c. C. Burrill. 14- Ellsworth. Maine. C10b Sale the Island View farm al Chat Miles trom bar Harbor containing Oto 17s acres bordering on the sea. Apply of c. C. Burrill. 14�?_ellaworth, mgt tax. For smile or to rent. My Home at town Quill. Farm of 40 to90 Norw cuts 1& to 18 tons of Bay. Good Btu uan. Two Story House and stable All in Brood pair. Fine pasturage 8 Miles from bar his bor. Will sell on easy terms or will rent to term of years. Apply to Eben m. Hamon 47-26t_west Eden. Main. Maurice c. Rumsey it angst and . Cohosh to and bbl tau. Instruction piano Organ Harmony st0dio�?st. Savior to b Chou Boom. »0�? it. Desert Street. M Eye specialist late of Bost on Nineteen years Zeper Lencz a wishes to announce that be will be at hotel Florence for one we Eli nov. I 2, 3, 4, 6, 6 and 7� Ovioe hours of to 11, a it. M., 1 to 4, p. Aah i treat All cases of detective vision and Tom. Oular trouble undo cure hem Lutche nervous trouble and inflamed lids by fitting proper lenses and proper treatment of Eye def Eota. I wish to take this Opportunity to thank the Many people whom 1 have treated while at Kar Harbor in the past for their Liberal Pai it Ron age and wish a continuance of the same. Consultation free. I guarantee satisfaction in every Case. Yours respectfully w. E. Salie Portland Maine. Ssh of come to the new store. Exhibit a. Account Between Stanley Prible it Krann or. And e Gar i. Lynnl or. La us Muy ��?23, mate real and labor on foun Ilat lon of House i>i2� k amount paid my u total a in a k a Bental str Nam. Quot i m thinking of a trip to California Quot a Aid smartly. Quot really old Man Quot remarked Pep prey. Quot you can t afford that. You re not accustomed to that sort of Quot i merely said i was thinking of it. I can afford to think can t i Quot Quot no that s what i meant. You re not accustomed to Leipha press. Pallar. Toni Cher it it i borrow a Dollar from Iron will it be necessary to hand it Back tomorrow or can you wait until but week for it Frost i m too Busy to discuss purely questions. Ask somebody who Jess to City Jour state of Maine. Hancock s s supreme judicial court in a faulty. October Ilat. A i it. H 01. Upon Tom forego Long ulily in Knulty ordered. That the Iliili Litts give Nollez to All owners and persons Intuit red in Tiu property de scr beit in said Hill in Elt Iuit it to appear Boure our supreme Juil Iclal Tourt in a ii Ltd at Ellsworth ill the county of Hancock on the fourth tuesday of december next Viz on tur swathe 22n�l Day of do Tomber a. D., 1903, then and there la our said court to an butt a Bui of complaint there exhibited against them by pull Ahlung an attested cop got said Bill in equity to Gettier with this order thereon the. E weeks successively in the Kar Harbor a Koan a new paper pro no d in Bai Hai Burin Ohr county of Hancock the Lasi Public tion to be thirty clays at least plur to the said fourth tues May of december a. U 191 8. That they May then ail there appear in our said court and answer to said Bill of complaint. L. A. Emery Justice of the Supra me judicial court. A True copy of the Bill in equity exhibit and order of court thereon. Attest John f. Knowlton rent for 1904. The live Imrick House now being built on High Street containing fifteen rooms and two bathrooms. Plans will be altered for a Long lease and nay be st of by applying to the workmen on the Job or to c. H. No Milt. Dry and fancy goods prices Low 27 Holland ave., e. R. Cough trading Stamps. Road notice. We hereby give Publio notice that the Pio it posed Schooner head Road sewer has been put under contract thereby a Kunf it no a a a i sary to Looe the Road until Ita oomph on. Which will be about january is 1804. B. 8. Uiooin8, m. L. Lord. C. G. Hamor be Leonen of idea. To Housek Epars Send Yow add Rem on a Poe Tai in Cut a Pes Tai Premium Ollos and a i Heyjl to Quantity of electro Silicon us a Bubo of st tev polish used by Owin Etc Alpante state wars All Over the Worl 1tmooit> 10 Mew teak

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