Bar Harbor Record in Bar-Harbor, Maine
28 Nov 1900

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28 Nov 1900

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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - November 28, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine I v a a it. Tiu jew iia Bob be Cobda wbb Nedas. Nov. 28, 1900. Jusic and Foi said terms a to Arganb and sewing Olin Stock is la tuft to of he a a go to in machine cottage business a specially. Around town. Most any time on the Genoa a travelling Man you . Put just before Chest they re As thick As they can be. Tomorrow will be thanksgiving Day and poor indeed must be the Man or woman who has not something to be thankful for. The times Are wonderfully to ranged since that fist thanksgiving Day yield on the lonely shores of Cape cod. If tie Brave pioneers found reasons for observing the Day How much More their descendants. And As we pause a few moments from our every Day work to recount our Many blessings let us not for let those who Are less fortunate than ourselves. If we cannot lift the Burden we ran at least give a cheering word. The l resident of the United states and our own governor have called our attention to the Observance of the Day and the reason therefor is the usual thanksgiving pro Cli Malion. But As we look Over the country and see the wonderful Prosperity that prevails let us join with or. Dooley and say Quot we have a big count Hray an tis growing bigger and we ought to be thankful for that an Pray that it will Stop growing in Width an grow a Little More in a new household will Quot find it Way among the myriad Homes of Earth Quot this evening when Alberta Estelle Smith and Hollis Carl Higgins will be married in the Small cottage in the Field which has been prettily fitted up for their Home. The ceremony will be performed by Kev. S. A Hanscom in the presence of the members of the family at 7.30. From a until 10 the Young couple will receive their friends. They have been the recipients of Many pretty and useful its testifying to their popularity among their friends. The men s whist club will entertain the Ellsworth whist club on Friday evening. The Steamer it. Desert has finished her season s work and gone into Winter quarters. The Riverside sunday school association will meet with the Trenton sunday school on thursday december 6. This association is composed of the schools of the Eastern Section of Hancock county. Union services will be held tomorrow in the congregational Church at 10 a. M. The pastor Rev. Richard , will preside and Rev. S. L. Hanscom of the Baptist Church will speak. The episcopal Church at the same hour will have services conducted by the Kev. W. O. Haker. A. R. Fennelly amp co. Announce a closing out Sale of their entire Stock at exceptionally Low prices. The Early Comers will secure great bargains. Edward cousins of West Eden who Lias been in the lumbering regions in Penobscot county injured his hand and was obliged to return Home. He is still under the doctor s care. L pon thursday thanksgiving Day the letter carriers will make one delivery. This will Only include the mail of the night previous. Delivery and carriers windows will be open from 10.15 Quot 5 . And from 8 to 8.30 p. M. Or. I Reble has the contract for painting and putting in order mrs. M. A. Ltd rant s cottage for another year. Are you Hunting out the hidden Rii it Oku advertisers in our Puzzle column. Several lots on Forest Street have been purchased lately by people who intend to build. Or. E. S. J. Morse has sold three and two or three mor Euire under consideration. At thi regular meeting of it. Desert Encampment no. 53 i. O. E. Held wednesday night the following names were nominated for the ensuing year chief patriarch Fred Kellar grand High priest Fred Rowell senior Warden Lucien Trevett scribe Charles Allen treasurer Vernon g. Wasgatt Junior Warden William Quimby. Ernest Haynes of West Trenton broke his ankle six weeks ago came to bar Harbor last week where one of the local physicians set the ankle in plaster splints and or. Haynes returned to his Home. Buk Fig pm hider made from putt Cream of Taruro. Safe Gua the food a of Taluna do a pfc a of fat no Limo Sim school work mrs. T. To Scott children f work mrs. Frank o. A Eye narcotics j. Nickerson Sab eth observances mrs. Alanira Austio i Nercy mrs. Hamor Flower Mission mrs. E. V. Brain franchise mrs. H. B. Jar tau temp Nince lit Rii Ture. Mail Dia cousins Star and Union signal. Nickerson county fairs h. B. Jordan legislation and petitions j. Nickerson. The Inezl it ers of the congregational Church were most happily surprised last sunday Forenoon when or. Edward b. Mears announced that the last Dollar of indebtedness on the Church had been paid. Four or five years ago there was a debt of 6,. This had been reduced from time to time until last summer it amounted to but ii,5oo. When this became known a few of the summer people became con Vinced that this amount could be secured and the Church thereby become free from debt entirely. They resolutely set themselves to the task of raising the i,50o. How Well they succeeded is told above. In tins connection special thanks from the society Are due to Rev Charles Wood d. D. Of the 2nd presbyterian Church Philadelphia Rev. Or. Schauffler of new York and or. Edward b. Mears for the deep interest they have displayed in the undertaking. In addition to having the Burden lifted from of the Church property the society have been the recipient of a new Bell which rang its Welcome to the members for the first time last sunday. Towards the sum necessary for its Purchase mrs. Miles b. Carpenter contributed $200 and or. Meserole the new Bell is a great improvement Over the old one which was cracked. It has a Sweet tone. The Gilt appreciated by the society. Bar Harbor awoke sut iday morning to find that Earth had donned her Winter Mantle for All around was a coat of White. Not a great amount of Snow had fallen but what had packed Down solidly. The Jingle of Bells was heard during the Day and sever al parties were out enjoying the first Sleigh ride of the season. It was pretty fair Sleigh ing while it lasted but monday it was Over and tuesday All was Bare and Gray again. The bar Harbor football team will play the Hampden eleven tomorrow afternoon at Lindall s Park. In the evening the Home team will give a masquerade Ball which is sure to be a Success. The meeting of the pythian sisterhood which was called for last night was poet Pond until next tuesday night. Or. And mrs. George h. Preble arrived Home from Boston saturday evening where they have been spending a few weeks. While absent or. Preble devoted much of his time to visiting the largest paint and paper hanging establishments for the study of decorative painting and has returned full of new and up to Date ideas. In the death of mrs. Lucy t. Phelps the aged widow of Amos a. Phelps Ellsworth loses one of its most interesting and Estima table citizens. Mrs. Phelps whose Maiden name was Little was born in Castine in the year 1s13. She has lived in Ellsworth a half Century. Mrs. I helps was a member of the congregational Church tor years Slie on the Church examining committee taught a school class ind a prominent in All Churchi we ii. She in the last of a Larice family. A there will be a special meet iii of Harmony chapter no. 45 o. E. S. On monday even in my Oili lers Are recipes ted to be present As Liere is Busi Sioss of importance to transact. Or. Roscoe Van Smith left 0 1 the saturday afternoon train for Steuben where he and Susie Lee Whitten will e married today. Or. Smith has been connected with Sproul s Market for several years and has a Host of friends in liar Harbor who wish him All Joy in his new relation. The Young couple will remain in Steuben during the Winter and come to bar Harbor Early summer. S. S. Folsom of Boston has been secured by the football eleven to furnish the costumes for the Maschue Ball Given on thanksgiving night and will arrive on the 10.30 boat thursday morning. The costumes Are perfectly new. Lewis Perlinsky will soon close out his Stock of men s furnishings and go to Boston for the Winter. He will return in the Spring and conduct a fruit and confectionery business. The dance Given by George a. Joy at music Hall saturday evening a grand Success about forty couple being present and a Good time was enjoyed by All. A. I. Manson of Gardiner who has been in the employ of j. J. Canning for the past year will leave the latter part of the week for Lewis on where he has secured a position for the Winter. At the annual meeting of the bar Harbor Branch of the woman s Christian Temperance Union held at the residence of mrs. Fannie Miller on school Street on Friday afternoon the following officers were elected president mrs. Hannah b. Jordan corresponding Secretary. Miss Juliet Nickerson recording Secretary mrs. William Clark treasurer mrs. Orlando Ash collector of dues j. Nickerson vice presidents Fannie Miller congregational cd lurch mrs. C. William Pineo E. Church mrs. Sylvia Farrell episcopal Burchi mrs. Mclearn Baptist Chuich. Local superintendent department scientific Temperance instruction mrs. Orlan about people. Those of our town ail those come to see us. Who run lure Mai Teiset find carpets largest Stock in the county direct from the Fao Torles lowest possible prices. Spe Eui on Lilu Bloodd and fim Mai log �4 cottage Street. Telephone. Ridge Street. Or. And mrs. A l. Higgins have gone to Boston for the Winter messes. R. H. Kittredge and Osgood Richardson ret irined last week from a hitting trip with All the Deer that the Law allows. Or. J. T. Hinch a Charles Small enjoyed their Hunting trip in Aroostook county but the Law would have allowed them More Deer than they got. Or. C. E. Lindall made a Brief visit to bar Harbor monday in the interest of the sportsman show of which he is the Maine manager and musical director. He has secured a band of Indian musicians who will be heard at the show. Or. C. S. Bradley of Philadelphia has purchased land of or. Frazier at Northeast Harbor upon which he will build a cottage during the coming Winter for occupancy next season. Or. E. B. Mears is entertaining or. Kettle and or. Tibbets both of whom Are in town looking after their cottages building at Schooner head. The most important engagement of the week socially in ner York was that Ostewart Barney and Mary Alice Van nest daughter of mrs. Alexander t. Van nest of new York and bar Harbor. Or. Barney is a member of the Union club and Southern society and was graduated from Columbia in 1890. Miss Van nest is a neice of mrs. Richard Gambrill mrs. Charles Jackson and mrs. Giraud of Quot Oster. With her Mother she spent the summer at bar Harbor and the entertainments Given there by mrs. Van nest were unusually handsome affairs says the new York times. Clarence e. Dessle formerly Day clerk at the Everad hotel is spending a few Days visiting in Bangor and Vicinity. Or. Wolf l. Kurson who for the past four years has been in the employ of or. Julius Kurson As manager of his clothing establishment left town saturday for Boston where he will spend a few Days before leaving for Detroit mich., where he has secured a position in a Large wholesale House. Or. Kurson has made Many friends during his stay in bar Harbor who wish him Success in his new position. He will be succeeded by Samuel Kurson. On saturday afternoon of last week mrs r. Hall Mccormick and tiie Mccormick of new York gave a reception. Mrs. John hone gave reception at her Home in new York last week to introduce her daughter Hester a Over Nezir hone who was a Belle at liar Harbor last season. Or. A Georje i. Averill formerly of this e is spending a few in , the Cust of Moon and frailty in the i a no Bacol . Or. Raymond Lui iery n tii Lud lio iii a \ action spent in Hoston. A Mobil the travel i s Piave been in town this week arc messes. 1. F. Jority charts Oakes a rank Jross f. 11. Dennison Roscoe i or kiwis and 1. A. H Osier. Mis. Arthurs. Newman and mis. W. H. Lai is cry i i ii 1 Tai cd a party of their Fri lids at thu of . New on Tkv sin i l t Csc imit. W his edit i Tai Nijiu it. Of the Nuiji charming a Airilin a it Llic new gallery , none has More admiration the portrait of mrs. A Monti Tomc by scats done by .sai.cnt. Rise portrait holds the place of Huoi where tie famous picture of mis. Mayer and Lur children was Liun in the Sargent exhibition of the up ing of it it a seats is seated in a Large chair dressed in White in a gown similar to Liat worn i tuesday evening. Tie likeness is very mod did the pose a full front View Grai . A Boston lobe. Quot Golt Quot the monthly that is published in the interest of the sport whose name in bears has some Tine illustrations of our Kebo Valley club and the following interesting statement the Kebo \ Alley club is one of the oldest country clubs in America having been organized in 16.sx. The nine Hole course was Laid out by Waldron Bates in 1.98, being altered and improved in the two following years. The club however is not easily satisfied and it proposes to make important changes in the length of some of the undertaker and embalmer. Graduate of to Lenonard s Einbu Aluning so Bool of new Tork City a of outta of stud set. Telephone Bridge Street. Closing out Sale of our entire Stock of dress goods in inf ceilings gloves , vol vet ribbons i res corsets Hosi eries thread Etc. See the prices we quote on the circulars we have sent out and come and ret some of these great Baru Alna. Re by think rust a. A. R. Fennelly co. Holes and the improvement of the fair Green before another season opens. The putting greens Are so Good that they cannot be made much better being very Large smooth undulating and True. The club House is Large and possessed of every convenience for the use of the members of whom there Are 135. Every season successful tournaments Are held and altogether the club is exceedingly popular and prosperous. Or. Charles Higgins who has been spending a f w Days in Bangor returned to his Home monday. Or. Frank Green of the firm of Green Bros. Left for a Ston saturday on a business trip. He will return the latter part of the week. Quot the Syndicate that is building the new cup defender have selected or. W. Butler Duncan or to manage the boat in the coming race with the Shamrock. The selection of or. Duncan is giving great satisfaction to yacht Irving people or. Duncan senior who was Here for the Fisl Lime last summer was so Well pleased with liar Harbor that he rented i he tides mrs. We. H. Rice s House for a term of years. Bar Harbor would be glad to number or. Duncan Junior among her summer contingents. His presence would Bea great addition to the yachting Circle. Belonging to 01 a present from 1900 have recently appeared on the Vialls. Quite a number of students were absent from school monday because of bad weather. A news committee has been appointed consisting of one member from each class whose duty will be to report the happenings of the school from Day to Day and Send these to the record for publication. The committee will meet mondays and saturdays till further notice is Given. Stories in the youth s companion. From the county. Continued Ironi Page 4. Sunday morning the Snow covered Earth gave one a full realisation that water was truly Here. It is expected there will be a Well car ried out christens program and Christmas tree Well tilled at the K. Church Christmas eve. Or. Crawford Webster moved into the George Dix House. A Little girl has made her appearance at or. Willis d. Thurston s. Mrs. Hannah Mure Why is very Low. High school notes. The new l Ourse of the lii Hsi idol Vav Liili was intr Lucid at the be Ini iii of Llu i ill t. I a of , is proving a great Suci Ess and the work been very satisfactorily Dunn Llie Lerm. The .0111 Seol study prescribe ii lor the first year iii Lades loin inertial Aith Nutick. Bookker a in ling Lish an i i n Wiship. J he second year in. Luvless commercial Boink keeping commercial arithmetic Commer i Allavy Cornu a forms a nj.5lish the tii Iru ear Liv i s. J Economy banking s Tusaie. Co iii iii 1 Geo Raij Liy and Oil ice work. Ever d ire also in the Couise. The new our be comprises a tree years an i .1 Lour years course. The student completing the Lull i Nir course receives a his school diploma Wiiilie the one completing Llie three years receives a certificate of his a this direction. A special Leai her. Miss Mary a. Seama is of , has charge of tie work. Line of the rooms has been hated with two Loii tables sufficient to students of this course. A new Smith i remier typewriter has been provided did is enjoyed by All using it. There Are seven teen students taking the regular course and three special students former graduates of the High school. This course offers excellent advantages to Young men and women who do not wish to leave town to secure a business education. Messes. M. C. Foster it it and Walter Ash Are taking a special course in Chen is try. The Blue and Orange of 00 which was displayed from the desk last Spring has Given place to the red and White of 01. The class Banner of 1900 and the key in the 52 issues of the year the youth s companion publishes More than 200 stories yet so carefully Are they selected that they prove inexhaustible in , unfailing in the Power to Delight. The stories already in hand for the companion s 1901 volume show that this feature of the paper will be As Strong As Ever. Among the groups of stories will be one of Quot Wolfl settler Day Stoi in. Actually told at some of the gatherings of pioneers in the West. There will be four stirring Quot tales of our Inland seas Quot picturing the adventures of the sailors on the great lakes and there will also be four Quot True tales from the zoos Quot told by famous keepers and trainers of wild be?.sts. And this is Only a beginning. We shall be g and to Send illustrated announcement of the volume for 1901 with Sample copies of the paper free to any address. All new subscribers will receive the companion for the remaining weeks of 1900 free from tiie time of subscription and then for a Lull year 52 weeks to january i also the companion s new Calendar for 1901, suitable As an ornament for the prettiest room in the House. The ouch s companion Boston mass. Makri ankh. , nov. 17, by i eve. J. 1 Imis. In a. n 15 milk Uiki. Lil Cal l in 1nov. In l y Kev Wil Styli or. an i i t. Sol i it l a \ 1, in 1,\ i l i vol a a i w Kin i til it 1 Dick . My i lltt.,1, ii Well i ii. s in i \ 11.1.1-. I. My i w n. Lil.ul-. Mill Mil. A, 1. 1 Olivoio. Noii >.t, both a Quot or a. Ilutka ii it i \ i in i l Liu both. 1 i in k \. Minot in 111 i 1 i. Mii pit ,.uv 11,111 1,1 How my Kil 11 iii on Ami Boll by my. Liti -11, of Staful. Us. K Init d Daniil by Kov. A. I. A i .111 1 mind it \ 1 a a i. Ill a to 1 1- a Tus. I it it Doe a Gonya 1> k to lists have secured the a or vices of or. Feed w. Chan leu of Portland to take charge of their store at bar Harbor a Urius their stay at Palm Beach Florida where they own another store. Or. Chandler u a first Elsb drug lat Thorou Fehly convergent with All phages of the business. In fact he is not unknown to the people Here having worked for or. Doe the first Samuer be did Busl Dees at the Lutle store of the or. Poe consider a him one of the Best druggists id Maine and feels perfectly Safe in leaving the Hasiu Ess in Hla care. Doe amp Conya druggists. I al 1 nov. I t. S 1,11 Liioi it ,ill of it i nov. 1 ill Lolly. ,1ki i 4 v la in i ii nov. It. M is iii., i r 1 ,11 s. I l uni i a nov. Is Well at d 7 j v l iii Willis i k 1 11, nov Misuk by us. I wik in Nova my and mrs. In to a l Vitu i iii Gitlis Days. I in 1 ii nov. Atli d 74 . H.\n<.uk, nov. 2a w ilium South ii st 11,11 Bor Ifil Yt-.tr-�. , nov. 22, John 1. I if to d of years. list , nov. 22, William West Eden Azeil years. A a a a ii pro err Ned. Alao Pleos a of Tare for mls. Inq Alry Ltd pro till of. Por Bontoft 8alb.-a new Iype or left a myth Premier a draws o. Box so. Toe rent a liar Pavli Tryr on we if term if inet it Catlon tor Hizy Sud Natii a Wool hn<1 Cotil t u6lnesi. Aiho Sikli Buaiz Umi in for auth pay in rent. Address Tobias l. Robert. I or rent Subit. 4 a Tali on cottage m apply to W. Srtatton our Llu ibor. Me. Come very Noil invest Monta in it it it be Tiu lor baie by the a to. A Grant cd a. 40-tr address our Hai Bor or Kellii Sortai or. C. 0. Murrison 1710 Beacon Stre get until further notice. Brook line h. Preble Pali itch decorator and paper Hanger. Ofic Anil shop 54-56 Eden st . Sherman s5 amp 10 cts. Store. 5t main st. Glassware to Warp China wire books tour and a Tieful und Art Lelch usually found in a City re and 10 a end store. F. E. Sherman agent for Abel Hunt undertaker. Telephone night or Day. \ ?i313 of i s Kia Pilg a n he Emu a it ii inlay to store and take care of Lite apr unlit i it lii Iio lor the Winder and Spring mon i fur Llie of it. Address 1. A. no. 4.va ii Lla Rhor. architect. Graduate of the school of architecture l aria. �141 West 50th Street new York. Office in bar Harbor iii cottage Street. On tut Days and or lavs from 10 to 12 m.,. Denby will exp list ree to All at his o uce iii Wiite r colors a it draw Inge a of architectural in he it done in France Italy Suchy Vireece Turkey the holy land a kept and Spain com pro Slick the to Lect of All the different style in Kui Ope. All Are Coll ally invited. Or. Denby will gladly give on arc Linteo Turai subjects on enc ulry. I a Ill vol i. 11, w .1 2 Day. y 1. I air a i cd s it Imis o m11s 1 , of Fai Nahani swi by offer Deseri real estate at bar Harby or cottage Lois store lots cottages and lots at hulls Covo so iii of thu 1 1 . Large ainu it it Acie it i t t y Culap Iorii so Cul ii i it i Rorr y at Hill at ,s Cove 11 iii Xiii no i Lui in a Vilt a a i . Ink i the Loire a Kiili Schtoil at Norli al aril if id it la of ii in or Tell Lahout thu my. Lit i ii Ali my Lull it of th33. F. Morian Kodick in Illino Lungi a main Quot a to Etc har Ila Lior. And the new York. World j Elk Civ a week edition. Ali not a Dally at the Price of a weekly. The presidential Campaign is Over but tie world j Ops of just the same and it is full of news. To learn this news just As it is promptly and impartially All that you have to do is to look in the columns of the thrice a week edition of the new York world which comes to the subscriber 156 times a year. The thrice a week world s Diligence As a publisher of first news has Given its circulation wherever the kii Glish language is spoken and you want it. The thrice a week world s regular subscription Price is Only per year. We offer Thini unequalled newspaper and Llic re cuke tug thai one year for $2.00. The regular subscription Price of the two papers is 12.50. Sheriff Saie. Stille of Milliie lii Iichi u is tut ii upon nil ii iii i.tr. on 11 jul def lii it a it l of ill in lit a lilt iii a iii Ems Lui Lulal Norl ii within iii id lor Llu. Minty of la iii Ock to vhf of Maliky on the Roll i Triem Dikiy of october a. I. Igloo which Billil Juil ii Nuht tji iii Dule he. H d Jan of oct not i a. 1> i Mii iii id whirr clip ii 8. To fiir Lanil Ami j. W no tel both of kit Len Hancock county Maine Ltd i iii Titei a Illon it Busi. Chs under ilm Linn ainu of h. S. Mcfarland Ltd. Ill Ere la torn unti Diniel Dod of Kdan. Met id Comly la debtor us the property of Wall it Nett a Wood and All the Rekht title and tue be Rcpt a Lilli the Arild Daniel Wood ban or Tad in or to the a Aine on the ilr.1t Lav of january a. 1>. at 0 o a lock iii the afternoon to Lune Tschai Newth attached on the origin a writ the following de Carlbe Ltd heal Kun Tate to wit a a a Eitan lot or i Arvel of land Witk thi reon situated Ink Halli town of i Den and bout led and Deuce bad 11� follow to wit a Ruekl nning at Tho you tbs West Corner of the by by Ueo. L we Folk to Julin k. Salu Hury in the Noi Elliern hide Kcf the town Roa let leading from Huish Cove to u1 Eon Lacombs thetice running from Umidi Hout Weot coi ner id Bald 8iillr Bui \ lot full we ing a Aid town Road we Lerl Cue Hundred and forty four and 1 4 Leet to 11 n Iron Bolt net la the ground thence Kurtli we qty four degrees East 13ii Leet to the Hout Henterly line of Laad of Edward Lian Kur Ali Kitce Houth 60 def pro a a and thirty Bui always h following Haid ulamor 8 a Outh Westerly line 143 8 4 feet to the Norl Wesl Corner of hold to Ign Sallsbury thence Bouth in degree and m inn teit web but a Waytt following Hald Bury h Wedl line him it 1-2 feet to the to riot Iuey it toned bound containing one acre. And i Bini i to Harufy Bald execution met Pic dental Hargett Bell the above do to rib a real in state and All the Righi till and interim which the Haid Daniel Wood huh bad in or Attu a the of lace of e. N. Bentton to the same on the first Day of Lann 1m>0 at Public auction to the Alghi Eden Hancock county 8tat� Thuru Ilay the Isle Day of in Timu us i o clock ill tue Ait Ruou. Dated at Eden. November Kwh a w11.liam b. High idi

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