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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - November 7, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine Bab a Amon re cold kovy 7y 1900u to. B. Kasy attorney at aft Booma 1.8 4. Mouht debt to i bum a Harbor Mains a a tary feb tlok commit Long Roc Dumdi. Chasm a. Wood Knob kit and cock Slob at Law. Roou id 5 and 4 Liamor Block. Biak Haku or my. Lessor to Kostor a Wood. Noury Public. A e Bunker ju., attorney at Law. A a cos mount l or it Erl Ulock Boom 8 am u notary Public a solicitor of patents. Mtg iii Llott , a to Pliney at Law. Offices at bar Harbor and Northeast Harbor. 14 of a Bertrand e. Clark attorney at Law. A Stine of the peace. Dlr closure comm loner. It of it. Lbs err Block. Bar Harbor a a i mild Orrick Over Hgt it Naif b.8.hiw4in s Storrs Start Puhac attorney at us. Bunker civil i no sneer Povicki Block main Street. Elwool w. Hill. Civil and contracting engine eur. Surveys Imant and estimates made and contracts taken for All kinds of municipal improvement both Public and a Alvatis. Plans and estimated furnl8he<l on App cation free Ofchar Iio. Correspondence a Oli cited. Okpick. Bar Harbor. Maine. Ujj. R. Hagerthy m. D., Bill Sauk Hospital my dial. Coll sob. Offices Kodick Block bar Harbor Taj Dhone. by Kek m. D., physician and us Urkon okkicb8 mount Bio a bar Harbor me. Or. R. Higgins dentist. Ofick i olt or Block bar Harbor Maine. E. J. Morrison . d.s., Bradley Block. Offick hoi Ksn until 9 to a. M. I of 3 and 7 to 8 p. . Cleaves v 1 r f. I \ a k y s i pc lio 1 my Oil univer site. 3fflce at .1. K. Foater livery stable. Tele Pho if i l roti Nellon and All Calls promptly attended to. Wb8t st us it Hak Harbor. Mel Cleaves. V. S., a Gill itniveu81ty. Of face on school st. A iphone at House Honey of from the county. Actg Borly goal from our Regueur Compo Odeatta. Rev. Ozro roys has closed his labors in Mariaville and Otis and gone to Eastbrook where he will hold a series of revival meetings. He will be greatly missed having Laboured Here the past six months. The Box supper at Mariaville wednesday night was Well patronized. The sum of eleven dollars was taken which will go towards the Chapel fund. Mrs. Mary Palmer of Brewer has lately visited her Mother mrs. Eliza Jordan. The singing school has closed. There will be a sing at f. Vav. Fogg s saturday night. Mrs. Louisa Smith and daughter Alice visited at mrs. Emma Fogg s on tuesday. Or. And mrs. George Jellison spent sunday at Eben Kingman s. Mrs. Emeline Tibbetts will go to tops Field Friday to visit her daughter Carrie. Calais. The Cui Nameb Rose Buther iii Prem \9tm of William p. Preble Coon hundreds of buds and one Blossom. Would be glad to learn if Bushes elsewhere have been in a similar but unnatural condition. Or. Horace wedge has arrived at the Home of his brother Edward wedge. Gen. A. B. Spurting who three weeks since had a stroke of paralysis is gaining rapidly. The Furnace for the Union meeting House has arrived. Or. Charles e. Spurling has gone to Portland and Boston on his annual trip to replenish his store with a new Stock of goods. F Winter Hartm it a. Sch ols miss King and miss my by were the such Eiful teachers. North Catarrh in All in Btag than should be clean Liem. Elj a Cream Balm a Leaoma soot Bea and heal the do teamed membrane. It care Ca Stirru and drive away a cold la the Bead quickly. Cream Balm la id Aeed a a a to the nostril a Prudi it rarer the membrane and a absorbed. Relief u in it mediate and a cure f Guowa. It u not drying does noi produce a Nee Alag. Lars size co menu at drug Guu or by mall trial else 10 menu by mall Kly Uro Toquib. 6� Warrow Street. New York. Or. Charlie Denora who has been suffering from a severe attack of nervousness has recovered and has resumed his duties at the shop. Or. Denora had overworked his brain by studying evenings. Or. Denora is a most popular Young Man and All Are glad to see him at work again. A Large fire occurred Here Friday night that burned one of or. Eaton s largest Mills to the ground. The fire was discovered about three o clock sunday morning and was blazing so fiercely that it was impossible to subdue it. The firemen fought it for three hours and saved a part of it. The Mill was running until ten o clock saturday night and the cause of the fire was unknown. It was supposed to have been a hot Box. It was partly insured. All of the people on both sides of the st. Croix seem to be talking politics and there has been quite a bit of Money bet. Deer Are very plentiful in this Section. Or. Sears the Veteran Bird Hunter of this City says that the Partridge Are quite plentiful. He has been out several Days and brought in a dozen or More fat beauties. Or. M. J. Patten the agent or the International correspondent school of Scran ton pa., is located Here for the Winter and is doing a Rushing business. Quite a number of our Young men have enrolled and a number More Are thinking of joining. Calais is enjoying quite a dry spell at present As All the saloons Are closed and the officers Are enforcing the Law very rigidly. When the Law was first enforced some of the liquor dealers moved across the line into st. Stephen and started into business but their Hopes of a speedy Fortune were soon disappointed As the authorities in st. Stephen gave them twelve hours in which to close up. . E. Hapworth jjabinjs2 m4keb. Imm Tom of All kinds my de to order from Oil fila famished or design made to Alt. Oar front tar la made from oar own Donini of the Best Vater Lal and in the Best Maia a. Immediate at Tentoa Given to Cabel Ifko work Iosub jobbing. and Wood work or a. Kids. Raintung staining. Enamel Laff and oud no and decorating done on the premises in the Best Mann and War ranted to give satisfy Motlon. Of 0� Kon smut. Nabs Cotta consumption reaps his richest Harvest where Dis Shalt Horeb Joraand lungs Are elected. It is Wye or a Ifni Imp Joseph Grindle an aged citizen is reported As very ill at a. P. Harriman s. Or. And mrs. Kufus p. Facteaul have the Heartfelt sympathy of All in the death c i their eight year old daughter Esther Mae after a your weeks illness of typhoid fever. Funeral services were held sunday october 28, Kev. H. French office Aluig. The school attended in a body and their Floral offering was very pretty. School in District no. 1 closed Friday november after a most term taught by miss Alice Cray of Portland by miss Abbie Buck of Orland. After a vacation of two weeks the Winter term will begin with the same teachers. A Large number of Young gentlemen enjoyed a game dinner at James on Leach s Point last tuesday. A most delightful time was the result. A son arrived at the Home of Tracy n. Eldrid a november i. Congratulations arc extended. George h. Partridge of East Orland was taken to Bangui Hospital last monday for surgical treatment. The latest news concerning him is very encouraging As the operation has been performed and pronounced a Success by the attending physicians. Or. Partridge will be gone about a month. Or. Vav. H. Bliss is improving his Lawn by grading a new Road with Curbstone and Many other improvements that will make it second to none on Grindstone. Or. C. C. Hutchings has made extensive repairs on the Western wharf at Grindstone he is also retuning the boiler in the pumping station. A or. James Broderick is rebuilding his House making it larger and More convenient. Or. Ralph Crane has sold his House and is building a new one on a site purchased of de Norris on the South Gouldsboro Road. Pendleton Bros Are rebuilding their Schooner the Flora Temple Jordan Joy broke a Bone in his leg Friday evening in a Drunken Brawl in front of the masonic Block. This is not the first disturbance of the kind made in this Village and the officers make no movement to prevent them. A very Large shipment of freight arrived in bar Harbor saturday for East la Moine via Winter Harbor amp bar Harbor Steamboat co. The merchants of la Moine Are availing themselves of the through rates Over the Maine Central and Steamer Frank Jones. Apple traders Are numerous at the Flint wharf. Or. B. E. Tracy has been Busy this week making improvements on the Steamboat wharf at South Gouldsboro. The Winter Harbor amp bar Harbor Steamboat co. Are going to retune the boiler m the Steamer Pauline this week and have chartered the Large and commodious Steamer Tremont owned by bar Bour Bros of Bangor to run on their route. The Young child of or. And mrs. A. Morrison died of pneumonia last week. Or. Small is kept Busy attending the Many cases of measles about town. Capt. T. R. Hammond and Andrew Gerrish have taken the contract to remove the rocks from the swimming Pool. Mrs. Sarah Stover of Sorrento is spending a few Days with friends. Or. J. J. Roberts has leased the Sand privilege at Birch Harbor of or. William Crane. Master Harry Morrison is very sick with rheumatic fever. Rev. Or. Hunt state missionary held meetings in the Baptist Church on thursday and Friday evenings. Capt. H. and or. George Pendleton Are making rapid Progress on their new Homes. Or. A. J. Farra has moved his family into the Byron Tracy House on main Street. Or. John Hancock is building an addition to his House. Or. R. M. Torry returned Home saturday from Arlington mass., where he has been visiting friends. Miss Effie Pendleton and mrs. Janette Smith left monday for Boston where they will spend the Winter. Mrs. Belinda Noonan of Prospect Harbor is at work for or. W. Joy. Miss Myrtle Herrick delightfully entertained about Twenty of her friends at her Home on tuesday evening. The evening a thickly passed in music and games until 930 when delicious refreshments were served. With Many thanks to the hostess for the pleasant occasion the company dispersed having one and All enjoyed the evening to the utmost. Mrs. Salvin Hutchins celebrated her sixty sixth birthday a st tuesday evening a Ober 30. The Happy event was celebrated by the gathering of a ice i invited guests. Cake ice Cream and Coffee were served during the evening. The guests left several valuable gilts As Toletis of esteem. Sullivan Center. Our Community was shocked to hear of the death on sunday of mrs. Clara Ord Way at her Home in East Sullivan after a Short illness. The s. C. L. A. Met with mrs. Ii race Wilbur in Sorrento last wednesday after noon. There was an unusually Good attendance of members and quite a number of visitors also. This week the society meets with mrs. George Patten. Or. Frank Graham who is employed at bar Harbor spent sunday with his family. Fenton southards from Woodfords me. Is visiting relatives Here and at Sorrento. Mrs. Carrie Patten and miss Agnes Patten were in Franklin saturday. Miss Patten who has been having a Short vacation commenced her school again at Sullivan Harbor monday. Miss Mina Urann and brother Catl spent saturday night with their sister mrs. Eugene Havey at Sullivan Highlands. George a. Patten jr., who has been employed at bar Harbor during the summer and fall is at Home for a vacation. Our school began last week with or. C. Bridgham As teacher. Mrs. B. A Baker is teaching the Winter term of school in the Harland District. Or. George b. Hardison from Franklin spent sunday in town the guest of his brother Charles s. Hardison. West Frankiin. Crane it err Island. Mrs. George r. Hamor returned Home saturday having spent the past month with her sons in Gloucester. Her son Gilman has been one of the successful Skippers sailing out from Gloucester this season having made eleven Hundred dollars As his share. He has now closed the Mac Kreling business for this season and has engaged to go to Newfoundland in the Schooner Hattie m. Graham for a Load of Frozen herring. His brother Augustus will go with him. Frank Johnson who has spent the past six weeks in Portland at the Maine general Hospital returned Home yesterday. Rev. Richard Owen of bar Harbor exchanged pulpits last sunday with Rev. C. N. Davie. Although the Day was very unpleasant a Large audience gathered in the morning at the Union meeting House and listen to a Vei Fine Sermon. Or. Joseph White Haa purchased of mrs. Melvira Bunker the Field formerly owned by the late Cordelia Howard and or. Robert Atkins has purchased of mrs. Cyntha a Bracy a House lot. Both men building. West Tremont. Companion court Sunshine Independent order of foresters gave a grand entertainment at town Hall last wednesday evening which was witnessed by a Large audience. Nearly i30 was realized from the entertainment and supper. Quote. E. Coombs has been singling and repairing his House the past week. E. G. Burnham has a Crew at work on the Cline lot putting up Camps and preparing for the work in the Woods during the Winter. Clark has started his steam Mill on Poud Avenue and is Busy sawing shingles. Irvin Rollins is employed in a stave Mill at Ellsworth Falls. A. W. Coombs has been making repairs on the grist Mill the past week. Mrs. Clark is recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia. A party of ladies and gentlemen will go to Hardison s Camp near Fox Pond this week for a few Days. This is becoming a popular resort for Franklin people at this time of year for besides being in the heart of a great game country it is very pleasantly located and visit is from this st action Aie always Welcome. The Gordon Mill was shut Down the past week on account of a scarily of water in the Pond. Hon. G. A Joy of Hancock was in Toiven last week on business. Capt. W. Webster Fred Thurston and Winfield Murphy left on Friday s boat for Bangor to join the Schooner Maud Briggs. Capt. R. B. Dix Schooner Hyena was at Home from Bangor one Day last week. The sardine shop took its last fish saturday. It has been a very prosperous season for both employers and employed. Mrs. Emma Reed went to Bangor wednesday. The High school which has been Here the past few years will be held at Seal Cove this fall and will be attended by some of West Tremont s ambitious pupils l. W. Rummill principal. Mrs. L. B. Sprague and mrs. Stella Latty returned from Bangor saturday. Or. Gardner Lawson has purchased and moved into the Charles Branscomb House. E. A. Lunt has moved his family into the de. Dorr House. A. A. Lopaus and Basil Lunt have been at work on Duck Island. There Are a few cases o measles in town. Mrs. George Welsh and son Are Here for a few Days. Elder Day of Milbridge and Rev. Or. Brooks of Southwest Harbor and or. Thompson of this place were with us at the m. E. Church on thursday evening. Or. Day delivered a very interesting and impressive Sermon which was enjoyed by a. Miss Delnora Davis and s. Crawford French were United in marriage on saturday evening november 3. Their Many Long and proper Oil life. Alvi Alvs keep on hand la no kind of pain or Allie. Internal or Eaton nal that plan Allier a a i a not relieve. It it look out for imitations Ano sub. A statutes. The genuine Bor i bears the Nam Perry Davis a son. J we slim Fennelly Mana factored of a a dealer in harness blankets Robes and whips horse furnishing out fittings and everything usually kept in a first class harness store. Repairing neatly and promptly done by first class Harbor William a Tomb. William h. Lumb a co,16 province st. Boston Branch office 97 main st., bar Harbor Maine. We. L. Pierce. for j. L Moh Iron works hot water Heater. Special attention Graven to drainage and ventilation of water beating for d we Olally. Prompt service and Ester Nate Irvlen on All new York Tribune the leading National Republican newspaper thoroughly up to Date and always a staunch advocate and supporter of Republican principles will contain the most reliable news of the presidential Campaign. Including discussions correspondence and speeches of the Ablest political leaders Brilliant editorials reports from All sections of the land showing Progress of tiie work etc., etc., and will commend itself to the careful perusal of every thoughtful Intel ii ent voter who has the True interests of his country at heart. New York tri weekly Tribune Pabl shed monday wednesday and ital Day is in reality a Fine fresh every usher Day Dally gov ing the latest uew8 on Days us Issue and cover lev new ii of the a other three. It contains All important fort Len War and other Cable nows which appears la the daily tki Burn of same Date also Domestic and foreign correspondence Short stories elegant half tone la frustrations. Humorous items Industrial information fashion notes agricultural matters and comprehensive and reliable financial and Market reports. Regular subscription Price i pm per year. We furnish it with the record for $2.00 per year. New York weekly Tribune published on Liuis Day and known Lor nearly sixty year ii in every Purt of the United tonal faintly of the iii Pliest class fur armers and villagers. It a on tuin All the most important it Tibet al news of tub daily Tribune up to hour of Guin to press has entertaining Reading for to very member of the family old and Yourk mar Ket reports which be accepted a Auto Mortty by Farmers and quot country nier Chantry Ami w clean up to Date inter eating ail in Stu Tulve. Regular subscript Lon Price i or year. We furnish it with the rec us fur in per All orders to quot the record quot bar Harbor we bar Harbor banking and Trust co., mount do sort Block bar capital m0,000.00. Surplus 832,000.00liability of took holders 8b0,000.00. Officers trustees l. B. Deasy president. A. P. Wiswell John a. Petersjr. Fred c. Lynam secy Aud treas. In Jerij Spur c s. Vernon g. Wasgatt ass t treas. W. H. Davis. W. M. Dauis the most perfect tire mde. All orders will receive prompt attention. 8oi0 agent for ea�1�nii, iii gone for the 9princfietp Rui in tires

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