Bar Harbor Record in Bar-Harbor, Maine 28 Nov 1900
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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - November 28, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine
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Corres opulence Bol bolted. Of uck. Aft i Arbor. Maine. G. H. Ii Gerthy m. D., bulk Voe Vioal ital Moo goal Colebob. Off to lion Lack Block b r h a Rob tale phone. Well legion Bunker m. I plays klan Ani Suur Iron of lick mount Deitert Ilok liar Harbor me. Or. R. Higgins dentist. Of l k a Kokk bar Harbor Maine. E. J. Morrison . d.s., Bradley Block. Office Hocks until 9 to a. M. I of 3 and 7 to s p. M. A. Cleaves quot \ 1 1 i Sukkon Mcm a Umek Sitt. It iwo lit j. K. 1 very it Abib. Tell phone in Cotill timon Anil All Calls Groin fitly it Tomid to. West st Dkl us i1au� r. Me l. I. V. S., 01 Vil 1.1, l office on school st. Nasal Catarrh h e. Hapworth. �o�dine2 maker Tom attire of All Kinda made to order tron designs Fri mobbed or designs made to Salt. Oar furn tire u made from of the but Ira to real and in the beat Mancari Ned late at Tenolan Sylven to x Abusi Erbb work Blouse jobbing a Kapai amp inu and Wood week or All Kurimai. Hale s Honey of disease. Il�1 Hore hop and tar fat Mimi a my a pm la All Ita stages there Tho wild be cleaiiliae<8. Ely s Cream Balm Clea Ziaee soothes and heals Ilio Dis a ted my Mbruce. It cures Catarrh and drives a Way a could in the head quickly. A Ream Balm is placed 4.<to the nostrils spreads Over the membrane and is suitor cd. Relie Isim mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying does . Large size 60 cents at druggists or by mail trial size 10 cents by mail. Ely dr0thbr8.56 Warren Street new York. It Alt Lnu bal Nung. Kenai Oelling and gliding sign paint iii had Dau rating done on the premises in the Best manner and War ranted to give Patlaf Iuston. A. R in Kulm Airmar. it s neglect of Throat and bronchial droid Les that leads to death quot the Art of writing English quot a helpful Manuel by i of. J. M. Meiklejohn of the University of st. Andrews will be published shortly by i. Appleton amp co. Little Brown amp co. Have in press quot the spiritual significance quot by Lillian Whiting author of the set ies of quot the world a Dutiful. The argument presented in those volumes is continued in a plea that the future Lite is the continuation and development of our present life in All its faculties and Powers and that a truer knowledge of the nature of Man his relations to Iod tends to a higher morality and increasing happiness h. M. Caldwell company will publish for lio Liday season quot Mother wild Goose and her wild beast show quot by l. 1. Brijs Ham quot Anity fair quot quot Romeo and Juliet quot quot rhe three musketeers quot quot a tale of two cities quot with illustrations taken from the plays. A new and popular edi lion of the Kissie books. Several of tie Century company s More recent publications have been successfully launched in England. Or. Motley s quot Oliver Cromwell quot Heads the list with quot Slocum s quot sailing alone quot Flynt s quot biography of a grizzly quot Dix a quot Deacon Bradbury quot and or. Mitchell s quot or. North quot and quot autobiography of a quack quot close behind it. Quot tramping with tramps quot has met with the Success that was anticipated for it on the other Side of the water the English reviews having been Hearty in their Praise of it. James m. Barrie s new Story quot Tommy and Grizel quot just completed in Scribner a will now take its place As the most important Book be has yet written a character study of Ori in deity. Presented with Power humor and pathos. Harriet a. Cheever will make new friends with her quot ted s Little dear quot Dana Estes amp co., Bosto admirably illustrated by ethelred b. Barry. It is clean and Sweet and just the Book to include in one s Christmas Book list for Young folks. The latest work of or. John Watson Ian Maclaren. Quot the life of the master quot will be one of mrs Liiro. Phillips co s fall books. Fiction of remarkable interest will be abundant in Mcclure s Magazine for december with illustrations by the Best artists. In addition to the first instalment of quot Kim quot by Rud Ard Kipling Lor which the author s father Lockwood Kipling and Edwin lord weeks contribute drawings there Are Short stories of life among indians in the latin Quarter of Paris in Siam stories of the rail and of the kindergarten by Hamlin Garland Frank h. Spearman and Josephine Dodge Daskam with drawings by h. Nichols. H. M. Walcott and Jay Hambidge while More quot Dolly dialogues quot by Anthony Hope will be illustrated by h. C. Christy. Joel Chandler Harris has grouped together in a single volume a number of Short stories and one novelette giving them collectively the title quot on the Wing of they Are especially interesting in that they Are supposed to Deal with the events of the civil War Ironi the Confederate Side and to narrate the experiences of Confederate soldiers and officers engaged on services of Especial importance and i Eril. There Are five stories in tie Book the longest one entitled quot Rhc kidnapping of president Lincoln quot being a novelette of about 30,000 words which was first i published in one of the magazines and it is said Liat when it came to the hands of the editor of the p. Lodi a lie declared it to be the Busl Story that i to his of i e and lie had Etc red work from famous pens. It purports to t-11 the s Ecret history of an attempt to Kidnap president Lincoln. A title it is strikingly life like and Vij Orous As a a Mece of descriptive and imaginative writing it also gives a pen likeness of tic great president that will be by every one win it was fortunate enough to know him . The other stories Are quot in the order of Providence quot the troubles of Martin Coy quot while the confederacy failed quot and quot Rise Wii ims of Captain Mccarthy quot there Are not Many writers who can produce As Good Short stories Asmi. Harris says the Brooklyn daily Eagle and when he is dealing with strictly Southern themes As in the present collection he is at his Best. He is everywhere recognized As the Dean of the new school of Brilliant southerners who in the last Twenty years have written their names so indelibly upon the pages of american literature quot on the Wing of occasions quot is an admirable example of Joel Chandler Harris at his Best. A More delightful volume of Short fiction could not be asked for. Doubleday Page amp co., publication. And now or. Edwin Markham says that when he described quot the Man with the Hoe quot As an individual without Hope he did not refer to every Man thus equipped but Only to some of them this is very confusing to the mind says the new York times for unless the poet was dealing with a Type of a great class what was the sense of making such a fuss about the fellow once admit that the Man with the Hoe is no More a creature of circumstance than any of us. That Industry ambition and ability will enable him to Exchange Bis present implement for some other that suits him better and that Prog Reu can be made by him on much the same terms As by the rest of humanity Why then the most and worst of his grievances disappear Aldol the a Oug that to excited Many Well intentioned Pei etl a rest Ian Only a we ordered it Quence of harmonious words. All its philosophy evaporates and its enthusiastic admirers will have to look around for another Prophet. Whatever May be said of the scientific causes upon which the Rev. Irl r. Hicks bases his yearly forecasts of storm and weather it is a remarkable fact that specific warnings of every great storm flood cold wave and drought have been plainly printed in his now famous almanac Lor Many years. The latest Start lii g proof of this fact was the destruction of Galveston Texas on the very Day named by prof. Hicks in his Isoo almanac As one of disaster by storm along tie Gulf coasts. The 1901 almanac by far tie finest most Complete and Beautiful yet published is now ready. This remarkable Book of near two Hundred pages splendidly illustrated with charts and half tone engravings goes As a Premium to every subscriber who pays a Dollar a year for prof. Hicks journal word and works. The almanac alone is sent prepaid for Only 25c. Order from word and works publishing company 2201 Locust Street st. Louis to. The love sign of the Rose. She trained a Little Rose to grow and he Gate Mlo a and Lionor i love the Pati Iway so that Lea flu Nir to her love. And Oft Niy heart before me goes to read tie Luc sin of the Rose. Thro Urli fairer loom for lovers tract to me it seems As fair As i an Anu cd s lips had kissed and Blower it l Loon ing there. For heaven its sweetest smile bestows on the dear love Sii a of the Rose. 1 the pattering of Little feet when shadows blur the Light. And Rosy Twining Arns that meet and Noc dare me at night =p my Gid heart enraptured knows at tic dear love sign of the Kose. Not far away love s Steps shall stray in thorny paths of roam. While o or the Meadows of life s May Shine Eis nals Sweet of Home. Alien Naglit Falls drear one heart still knows rest at the love sign of the ruse. A Atlanta Constitution. Best gambling system. The one tent will surely Bent fro und Roulede. Quot Evory Oon rimmed Gambler in the world has Pont More or Icaza tiny trying to figure out some system to beat the said a Well known Northern sporting nmn. Quot the Conin Iguest und most plausible scheme is the one known As progression it is simply a Dou bling of bets until u winning occurs and theoretically it is perfect but the trouble is that All Gambl lug games have a limit and the doubling process increases a Wager with such enormous rapidity that it is Apt to get Over the stipulated amount before the winning takes place. Quot i was at Monte Carlo last Spring quot continued the speaker quot and was surprised of the number of who infested the grounds peddling sure thing systems to break the Bank. The ludicrous part of it was that most of the paddlers were seedy and poverty stricken in appearance yet they purported to sell secrets which would infallibly enrich any . 1 asked one fellow Why be did t try his system himself and buy a new hat and he replied very glibly tint he was working for a Syndicate a ind under Bonds not to play. Quot nearly All of these sys Irma Are on Progress Loii and would be impossible in High play Owin to the Casino lii uit. Nevertheless 1 saw a number of Small progression Jiayi is at the tables and was told that Ulicy have been a iture there fur Ninny years. They were nearly Oil Horri Lilc looking bloodless old women who with the smallest possible Viu or and quit when they won to francs or less than 54. A Ohk Ial Intorn cd Nie that they were tolerated about thu i it lace on account of age and infirmity ind that their daily winnings were re a Rcd in the Light of a pension. Quot in the Days of open cum bling in new Orleans 1 reme Uitti there used to be several broken Down sports who were said to make a Livin off the. Games by prot Russion playing i have my doubts ii omit it Liow Cvar. The Best system iii l the Only system Thot will beat Faro and Roulette is to stay a new Orleans times Democrat mended by Many a Pectal lists both a food and a tonic. A Cert after Yoang chemist never has a cold or Reni re a any Medicine except a spoonful of Olive Oil every night and Momon which he takes regularly. He Seldom wears an York Tribune. Per Nlle a mrs trial . A Peculiar musical instrument is i Loffl by the Moros. It cons Sta of a hoop of in taboo upon which Are Hung by strings a number of thin pieces of Mother of Pearl. When Stock with a Small red these give Forth a Sweet tinkling 80uuu, a combination of which sounds is developed into a weird monotonous fantasy very pleasant to the car for a Short time. Their in Alnena. Gas Many hello Tom what Ore you doing these Days pork packers i m in the meat business. What Ore you doing Jos man�?1 go you one degree better. I m in the meter . Read thin before Voa write. Never write poetry until you Are at least 30. Unless you full in love when it will come to you like the measles. Yon would let Etter l Eglon with stories that is. If you Lave a leading idea and can invent slut Allons. I to not attempt the novel until you have passed your Fortieth year. A novel re it tires a knowledge of men and a study of Hunion character and Powers to create dialogue ond invent surprises. I know that there have let eau instances when very Young men have written Clever poems and novels but these were freaks of Genius which do not often occur. Avoid attempts at a mor. That mine has already been worked for More than it is Worth and the Best of it seems to he Laboured. What the funny men do produce is not equal to the unintentional humor which is to be found in congressional speeches on the Tariff and in the old fashioned epitaphs in the country Dunn eng lab in Success. pb0l0krsipl<�r. Fair one s i at Berk Why did you bling that Kodak with Youv poor lovers that i might catch your of astonishment when i asked you for your daughter s Flie Gende Libatter. A a a of Olive Oli. Olive Oli a hold be found in every Nursery and on every Medicine self. In time of croup it Ean be Given frequently and will not disturb the doges tion. As do Many medicines. It i of top Given in place of cod liver Oli and la m effect life in building up the syst iii and far Lesa do agreeable. To la Remilio who she Una Riff it. Haydn had a Peculiar Way of determining the time in which a piece of music should be Sung. On one occasion a female Singer in High esteem at court had been appointed to slug one of Haydn s compositions. At the rehearsal she and the conductor differed As to the time of the music. The matter was to be settled by referring it to a Haydn himself. When called on to decide he asked the conductor if the Singer was handsome. Quot very quot was the reply quot and a special favorite with the quot then she is right quot replied Haydn guis All y3ur pairs with pain killer. A Medicina 0.h�t in Itsell. . Safe and Quick cure for cramps diarrhoea colds coughs neuralgia rheumatism. 25 and 60 cent bottles. Beware of imitations. Buy Only the genuine. Perry Davis state of Maine. Hancock s s to the honorable Justice of the supreme Jaq Loial court next to be Bouten it Etla Worth within and for said Donn to of Hancock on the second tue Lay of 0� tob a a. 1�� respect Uny represents ill tan b. Chaffee that Iier Maiden nine waa Lillian it. I it a Irr. That she was lawfully marry ii to Homer c. Cal tee at Barre Vermont on Ibe it the Day of september a. D., 19�T�. By thee a. P. C. Abble. That they a ved together As in stand and wife at said Barre from the time of Timeir said marriage until the 2i d Day of october a. D., 18�5. That your Uhel Lant has Iwaya conducted herself towards her sail husband As a faithful True and aft Clio ate wife that on the said 2nd Day of october a. D., the said Homer c. Chaffee a deserted your it Tjelland without cause and went to parts unknown to her a Lith Alfh Allon has been utter desertion continued for three consecutive years next Pilor tothe filing of has libel since which time Bhe lib never seen or heard Fiona Lieut or received from him any support. That his residence la unknown to your libel Lunt and cannot be by reasonable Dill Enre. That there la no collusion Between your libel ant and the Eald libel Leo to of unlit a divorce Llma your libel ant believer it reasonable and proper conducive to Domestic Harmony and consistent with the peace and morality of society that the Bonds of Mairl ii Iony Between her and her said husband be null be dissolved Ivy divorce. Wherefore she prays that Huch ill voice May be decree i. Uii cd Eden August 7tn, a. D., 1m>0. Mrs. a. I Jaffek. 8tateofma1s�. Ilan Cook 8 b subscribed and sworn to before me thl 7th Day of August a. Kkt. . Lusille of the peace. State of Maine. A Hancock a s supreme judicial court october term a. A. Iwo.$1.00 per year. The. L0f copy. Here Are a in w of the not uti Northy Fei tii Reg. Al al quot a great novel of life in India. By Rudyard Kip Long. It is the Latsi longest and of it it important product of or. Kill legs genl he most noteworthy contribution to modern Letlon. This author retune to the Field of his earliest Trump he and writes of that mysterious country with nil i extraordinary Power of description. It la a master Teco of Lufi Raturi. Within the gate5\ a drama of the seen and unseen. By Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward. The author s latest disc Oion of the great problem of death nid the it is certain to a Uduse a i Thea is resurrection and carries the problem beyond the grave much comment a her earliest work on this subject. Monk by Antony Hope. A new set of Timofte charming literary morsels join Eva made the author famous. That same refined sparkling wit a att a cmdr and elusive Chariot Eristio of the new dialog Nee. Pm Tilte Are a series of articles by or based on information by some of the leading scientists of the world such As professor Ira Remsen and sir John Murray. The Jimmie by Bobert Barr. Quot tob new 8cie.\ck, by Burcat i cd. Uilk of a. I a series of him erode tales of the marvelous Medit Nrec of James v. Of Scotland who used to keep his Viu ecu guessing. Some remarkable tales of incidents of life in the of Nanlal Centre of the country based on facts. �?��?�stobie8 of by w. 1>. No Ibert. Quot Wall. stories quot by Edwin Kcf Corr. Articles about the Loon the Beaver the Deer other animals by Ore who has to it Een among them and Undi Tanda them. A series of articles dese Ribling animals cuu ovation. About life on a Tennessee farm plants insects and methods old a next to tub Witul Smy. A a great character sketches stirring articles about men of the tune by Hon Andrew d. White Clara Morris William White u by stau Nani Baker and others. Miss Ida m. Tarbell author of quot the life of Lincoln quot will write entertainingly and instruct ively of import int events in american history. Al it Han Vuk Elf Ameita Arv a rafters or the last Days of the conf Derby of tit armies and other Imp ant events fully described for the first time. Mies Clara Morris America s greatest actress will write of her career and the great people of her profession. A lie Morii a of a great . By such Well known writers As Bot it Ert Barr Jack Tomlon Sarah ome Jewett Josephine Ike age Daskam Hamlin Garland w. A. Frayer we. M. Baine will Payne. Liar la a Warren j. Leno old Steffens George k. Turner a Lorge Hibbard Mait taa Mcculloch whigams f. B. Tracy Alvah m. Kerr. Gertrude Roscoe Frank Spearman. Fully illustrated by the Best artists. One Dollar a year. Ten cents a copy. Willi am Fennelly Uwin the or a i Rollig libel ordered. That the Weilant i Lve no ice to a a Aid Lidelee to up near before the Justice of our Supra me judicial court to be Holt Len at Ellsworth within and for the county of i Aumock on the urd tuesday of january a. I>., Lickl by publishing an utter Tad copy of said libel and this order Llie Roii three weeks successively in the bar Harbor re come a newspaper printed in liar Harbor in our county of Hancock the last publication to be to bitty Days at least prior to said sri tues div of january next that be Mav there and then in our said court appear and answer to said suit. John f. Know Lton clerk of the sup. Jud. Court. A True copy of the libel. Of cer s return and order of Couri thereon. Attest John f. Know Lton. Clerk. Manufacture a of a a dealer i harness blankets Robes and whip horse furnishing goods. Stable out Flat ids and everything usually kept in a first class harness store. Repairing neatly and promptly done by first class blocks bar Harbor w. M. Dawis Sirte Lent for elate in r Soliel to min a bifrost perfect tir Emde. All orators will receive pack Wipt attention. Fer the
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