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Bar Harbor (Newspaper) - October 7, 1903, Bar Harbor, Maine We Quot. A i de Orasse Btty building insurance broker thru ing county paper and the Only society journal on Blount desert Island. A a Deoras pox Rieal estate. Cottage for rent vol. It. Bab mob nine oct 7, 1903. J Lve cents j a president. Teoman sea pm blk i a the a 8. In riia Vlaj went the first Natii snal Bank bar Harbor me. Fully Fob a Abbt kind of comm to basking. Capital a a surplus and profits $60,000.00 110,000.00 Quot Imp Mon. . . Henry Chas. H. Wood. Geo. H. Go a Lawford rant. Go&bk8pondsnc8 invited. To the Public we desire to Call your attention to our new offices Estall shed in the Jellison Wjk Whitney building Corner of half and cottage streets bar Harbor where we fill be pleased to see Yoa at any mine. Our business is principally fire insurance real estate and in ii insurance department represents Twenty of the Best Stock com Nan los in this and foreign con Trieb. We will be glad to look after the buying and Selling of real estate. Our securities will be carefully selected. And business you May give us will be fully appreciated. Trusting that we May have a fair a Hare of your patronage we Are very respectfully r e. Whitney. He Abs amp Geo. H. Grant go. Brokers. Bar n. Cushman real estate and insurance bar hah Bow and no. I East 34th st. New . L. Iwo Ranc week of oct. 5 at of bar Harbor store we Are showing this week our entire line of ladies children s and misses outside garments and suit silk waists and separate Northeast Harbor do not forget the dates ands do not buy until you see the liner. H. Kittredge meats groceries and provisions at wholesale and retail in order to meet tie requirements of the times and to accommodate my numerous patrons i have recently Renio delete a Pait of my store thereby malting a commodious and modern meat Market it will be fully equipped and in charge of a Man acquainted with the business. The Mariceta will be run in connection with my grocery business which will be of advantage to my patrons. 21 it. Desert Star Harbor me. New goods a Sherman s5 and Ioc store lot of Odd Ioc pieces bold 3 for 25 cents. Teachers meet. Bluegill entertains the Hancock county educational Institute department stores Ellsworth. Bar Harbor and Northeast harbor51 main Harbor banking and Trust co. Moult Mert Blosiu bar a furl it or. V paper it i superintendents and schools Owen l. Flye Brooklin. Recess paper on teaching the Mother Tongue. Miss Nancy Abbott Hancock. Discussion. A a a Humert a a cd Zitti to too of. Turp Lmh s60,00a.00 Sil to Toyoo. La tits takes ii a a v. J p i my he in vat urst 7na$, i9utr���9, fr4d a no Blu Nam pour a h. Davis. The attractive Little Village of Bluegill opened its hospitable doors on Friday and saturday of last week to tie teachers of Hancock county who convened there for their Annu interchange of thoughts and ideas. The full quota of visiting members of the association did not arrive until noon therefore the morning and afternoon session were crowded into one. The absence of several of those on the program made this possible. The Large pleasant room in the new Academy building was used for the afternoon session and was admirably adapted for the purpose. Though the attendance was unusually Large there were comfortable seats for All and the ventilation and acoustic properties of the room were perfect. After prayer by the Rev. Or. Olds a Brief and cordial address of Welcome was made by or. Conary superintend it of the Bluegill schools. Prof. A. F. Richardson of Castine responded for the convention. The Secretary s report followed and committees were nominated. Prof. H. Warren Foss struck the key note of the whole work of the convention when he opened the general program by an excellent paper on the use of English. Mass Nancy Abbott of Hancock in her paper on Quot teaching the Mother Tongue Quot most admirably supplemented the ideas of prof. Foss. Her paper could Well be made a text Book for every teacher in the lower grades of the Public schools of the county. My o. L. Flye s paper on superintendents was amusing As he very cleverly satirized what is expected of a superintendent. An animated discussion on the necessity of teachers correcting the pronunciation of their pupils in their general conversation occupied half an hour. This subject was taken up More fully at the evening meeting when addresses were made by prof. A. F. Richardson and Hon. Vav. W. Stetson state superintendent. Or. Stetson was at his Best and his talk must have been an inspiration to every teacher present. It might have been called a Quot heart to heart talk Quot had expression been so woefully abused of late. He eloquently urged that the intellect be not cultivated at the expense or repression of the heart and the emotions of the child. A violin Solo by miss Pearson and a vocal Solo by or. Daniel Gross added much to the program of the evening. I tween the afternoon and evening sessions nearly All the visitors climbed Imus Hill and were repaid for their Colfort l y Prospect spread out before them. Ulu Hill Village has an unusually Attr Clive situation and the weather conditions were a soul by perfect so tiie impression carried away of the and the ful of the people was of the . The one thing to criticise unfavourably about this and previous meetings is the spirit of censorship and criticism Troin those veterans among the teachers who can wholly eliminate the dictatorial element from till in manner and utterances. Many of the teachers in this gathering have so l Een pupils that they do not Realise their Eman spation and this atmosphere is not conducive to drawing them out to Iligir school Dinu Luiis and get tie advice and they How Jiten a site and come to the coi Ven lion for few even have the temerity to Pul their que stint is in a i iting so Unk Nilly critical often limes Are theatt qut scions handled by those answering. The morning session was tif a More practical and helpful nature. Or. I Hil Brook of Castine discussed music. I Rof. Dresser in his talk touched on All Ali it common school branches and a Broad discussion followed in which or. Stetson or. Heald or. Dresser and others took part or. Heald s remarks were along the line of or. Stetson s evening address and were excellent. Or. Poole made an admirable presiding officer. The society accepted an invitation to meet next fall at Sullivan Harbor. The following Are the officers for the year president Herbert Poole bar Harbor vice president w. Conary Bluegill Secretary Vav. H. Dresser Ellsworth executive committee e. E. Snaith East Sullivan Nancy Abbott Hancock Laura Mccarthy Eastbrook. About 8o visiting teachers were in attendance. The following is the Complete program Friday morning octo Hek 2. Friday afternoon. Vio miss piers. Address. A. F. Richardson Castine. Vocal Solo. Or. Gross. Lecture. W. Vav. Stetson Solo. Or. Gross. Saturday october 3. Conducted by prayer. Rev. H. L. Olds Bluegill. Singing association. Opened with singing Prol. Philbrook Castine remarks. W. Vav. Stetson. Paper on the old and the new methods. A nil am h. Dresser principal of the Ellsworth High school. Very Box answering questions. Inducted by w. Vav. Stetson supt. Heald bar Harbor William h. Dresser Ellsworth. Report of committee on resolutions George b. Stuart Ellsworth Edward Smiths Ullivan miss Russell Castine. Election of officers. A log Cabin. Edward e. Mears costars for rent or for Sale. Office bar Harbor Maine. Temple is being put up with Money subscribed by the various fraternal organism Zlotis throughout the world. Its furnishings will be elaborate. It will be Headquarters for the members of the fraternal organisations when they attend the fair september 26 has been set aside As Temple of fraternity Day. Our visitors. And those who visit at the surrounding summer resorts. Maine s Boiking at st. Louis exposition to be a unique affair. The building to represent Maine at the st. Louis exposition next year has been a subject of interest for some time. It is thought that a solution of the difficulty has been obtained. John Calvin Stevens a Portland architect has submitted his plans for the building. Before they Are finally adopted the st. Louis exposition managers must accept them. Nothing can be built on the fair grounds that jars gift n the artistic souls of the managers Maine s commissioners have it is understood already accepted the sketch of or. Stevens but Maine May not be so artistic As st. Louis. One thing about the new plans is known the building is a log Cabin it will be a stunning log Cabin too. None of your Dinky Little shacks with a smoke Hole in the roof and a lot of unshaven guides smoking t. A s outside the door but a Noble Structure with artistic semblance and architectural ambitions. The ground plan shows it to be 100x50 feet. The front is broken into Gables in such a Way As to give it a More ornamental appearance without robbing to of the likeness to the log. House. The main Entrance extends with its pillars and portico nearly to the eaves. The will be of peeled logs. The logs will be shipped to st. Louis with the bark on and the House will be built there. The lugs thus peeled on the spot will be clean and when varnished Side and out will have that fresh and inviting look that makes the log Camp built in this Way so attractive. In the Interior the House will be divided into main reception room ladies room smoking and k in ing room l Ith rooms rooms for the custodians and Secretary of the commission. I ii Ere will be rooms on the a cond floor for general use. A Maine Manor woman Wiio wants to rest from Over Alinur who Falls suddenly ill we want to Chang Eipp ii al can go Here for the retirement necessary. The main floor will if present Csigi a Are Cartier out be heal tied by things descriptive of Maine. Liere Udo be Beautiful photo graphs of our Homes our institutions our sea coast or Palace holds a ii Len leis oui cities our Public buildings our leading in history and in . The House will be beautifully furnished and appointed one of the commissioners has remarked about it Quot i confess that when i heard that the architect was designing a some Liat ornate log Cabin 1 was rather fearful of results that it might be incongruous. Lout i assure it of i am More than pleased. It is a very handsome Structure and it still suggests the log House. 1 believe that if it is accepted by the st. management it will be one of the most striking buildings on the grounds. 1 Don t believe that Maine will be ashamed of it architect Stevens to my Way of thinking has done address of Welcome. W. Conary Bluegill. Response. A. F. Richardson Castine. Short address. W. W. Stetson state superintendent of schools. Paper on English. H. Warren Foss principal of the bar. Hii. Harbor High school. Mrs. Stephen Tyng entertained at dinner on wednesday evening in Honor of her sister. Miss Kemp. Or. And mrs. A. D. Addison left for Washington d. C.,yesterday. Mrs. J. Biddle Porter and the misses Porter will remain at their cottage until the last of the month. Miss Catherine Porter who recently underwent an opera tion for appendicitis at the Hospital is Able to be out. President Eliot came from Boston sunday to pay a Short visit to his cottage at Seal Harbor. He landed at Southwest Harbor and made the remainder of the trip in a sail boat. Or. And mrs William j. Schieffelin have closed their cottage Here and gone to their Home in new York. Or. And mrs. J. T. Linzee have gone to Boston where they Are at hotel Berkley. The marriage of or. William Amory 2nd, and miss Mary Remington Stockton whose engagement was announced but a Short time ago will be celebrated in st. Paul s Church Boston october 14, at High noon. Miss Stockton is the daughter of or. Howard Stockton of Beacon Street and a Niece of mrs. Hasket Derby and mrs. John c. Gray. Or. Amory is the son of or. And mrs. Charles Vav. Amory of Beacon Street and his Sisters Are mrs. Frederic Winthrop Dorothy Amory and mrs. T. Efferson Coolidge or. The Register at hotel Brunswick Boston will be filled these Days with the names of bar Harbor cottagers in route for their More Distant Homes. Almost without exception they make their Headquarters at this Well known and comfortable hostelry situated i the most attractive part of the City. Mrs Morris k. Jesup is mrs. Throck re Cuyler Ratte roii and miss Patterson of new \ Ork at her collate. 1 voir i Terrace . Because of the Lari a number of late arrivals and bookings tor october Maik Igi r Seavey of Quot hotel Aspinwall Lerox will not close the season until late in november. 4ias been furnished to Supply Magazine and papers. The scholars Hope that it will be a Success and intend to lend their efforts for its advancement. The Orange and Black Banner was presented to the school last week by the class of 1903, and is placed at the front of the room. Messes. Young and Reynolds attended the Maine musical festival at Bangor last week. It there was no school Friday on account of the teachers convention. Across the Bay. Newsy items from neighbouring towns through the g onto. Prospect Harbor. High school no in which played wat Temple of fraternity. Ground is broken for a world s fair building for their use in 1904. The Temple of fraternity which will be one of the most ornate of the Small buildings on the world s fair grounds is Well under Way. Gr<5und was broken for this Structure some time ago and construction begun. Tie contractor promises that before Snow Falls he will have it enclosed and that when the fair opens next Spring it will be ready for the holding of the elaborate f unctions which Are planned to be Given under its roof. The Temple which is a modern club House occupies an advantageous site in almost the exact geographical Center of the grounds. It is on the Bill car skin Ker Road East of the main Entrance to the Palace of agriculture and is immediately South of California s Strite baud log. The the football game Satui some members of the school very interesting. An Effort is being made to revive the Kyes improvement Lead due. The lust meeting was held september 2and the following officers chosen Hert noun. President Lohier c leaves vice presume of. Frank , Seh Retar Leonard Wake iced treasurer. The Neelin s Aie to be held every two weeks on afternoons. The object of the left gue is to Init Rove the st Viool and mrs. Kate Peters has closed her House and is with rela Tives and friends in a Moulds Boro and West Gouldsboro. Edwin Tracy is at work John Coombs House which has greatly improved it. Or. And mrs. We Hutchings of la Moine were the guests of or. Hutchings brother c. Hutchings last week. Misses Blanche Mcasy and Eva Gross came Over for the dance of Friday night and were entertained at capt. Deasy s until monday morning. Misses Clara and Alice Strout of guests of their aunt mrs. E. F. Ray on sunday. Miss Bertha Over who is teaching on Bois Bubert Island spent the last of the week with her parents. A i mrs. J. M. Williams who went As x Delegate to the grand Assembly of pythian sisterhood which convened in Portland returned Home Friday. She was the guest of mrs. N. H. Cole while in the City. Or. L. L. Larrabee arrived Home thursday and will be at his Home office for about ten Days before going into Aroostook county. Irving Ray left saturday morning for Marblehead .mass., called there by the illness of a Friend. Miss Annie Handy arrived sunday and will be Here wit i friends for awhile. Or. Anal mrs. L. Cole were recent guests of Bryant k. Moore in ili Leyon Assembly of l Siste Rhc Oil be a i it Mie l the final it be us n two al a it Timir re Ilar last tuesday in lit. There i , i. Attendance and a a ii i. Titan of 111 a made candies. The series of a a a ill,.1 a i. Ted Liy i \. W Ilu Ltd Quot it i 1 a. A a a. I ii att med a ii. T cd. Quot i. In scion i f i Ai Iklin \\\1 h a i a it us every ,.�-. Favored by a a. N my run i it e Metho list sii id in i Ltd i i i a i a Nic ill m is. I 11 r i \ a w a la f or Day. Mrs. Abl in clix or an i. Vii Smith h i the Toimi w to had no civil of a Soho k. .1 s i Iid i iii on a a iii i. 11,e a it ii air .1. Lain i How r Sun it i mis. Komi iii a a. Try Day it it i. A ivs a .1111 be \ a uii a Home at mrs. W i. I Giitl Iwuc a on 1liable 1 time. R. iii at a i Ai a i iii 1 i .1 h l r a al in May Hardy Perl plants. Order and Plant them now. The earlier they Are planted the better will be the result. Witk Fok pm ice list. The mount desert nurseries. We. Miller manager. Bar Harbor Maine. A. E3. jol�1>inir a. Spool Alty. Contractor and builder shop cottage st. M Harbor me. George u stebbin8, coinages for rent. Bitil dig lots on sea Cliff drive for Sal of floes Seal Harbor me., and ios produce Cohan be n. Y. A

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