Bar Harbor Times Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 1

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Bar Harbor Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bar Harbor, Maine The bar Harbor a Yea swimming club to bar Harbor Booth open july first at the Centennial. R iii dirt to tors Antici i us Ilicito committee it on sized 1 not st Ison at Kums Sucre cd Wijit Giorc club i set Flarv bar Harbor Maine wednesday june 23, 1920 five cents a copy number 312. R iii dirt to tors Antici i us Ilicito committee it on sized 1 not st Ison at Kums Sucre cd Wijit Giorc club i set Flarv i t r. A a lib if Board of a liar or Silt inf a a a publicity quot of Induc c t tva. A it in a a a h Creary to quot Irv 1 n a ci1, i he i by to = old we it m on a of a a. A quot. Lort r u n his a Fife tion the k in. Arc i. Mean mar ral a Liiro id in. Or. Arl?.i r a a a it her. Ivs r. I car har a or a an who a. For a Vora quote an Vas a re re in bar a a c. It a. Liari or a l fit a a it Ano of of Hij had 0i�?z-y Eilora it a a v. I to in i x nov rii a c t or note or a Ork Friy. Y. us Larity quot on in itt v. 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La Baiey of a Lic Park r j a a Vak a quot air a of lai a i Ita Aak a k Aira a re Kaaa tar Ari ait . Ika it r a a.ta-, rat a. of a Are iai-fia., to a at k it Ltd a Kaaialii att a built aaa., n aia aug a l car to f a touii4 Ihu stall pm. I i a tar st a a. bar Ila kor aaa i off 1 s now Vity u the Rmon piano co. Convention returns relayed by phone from Otter chiefs naval radio station Lieut. S. A Edwards commanding Lia uni cd Stu. Naval radio station Otter girls. Bar Harbor has kindly loitered to ivc times All reports from tie democratic National Convent Ion As soon a the so reports Are receive i at tra station. During the inst lays of the Papaul la in convention at clinic ago. The radio station receive i Truu immediately relayed by i Maine to the office where ulu to is ios Teci. In this manner Naiad i persons Terri a d fairly and accurate Rei Oris of the proceedings and l Aih it tink this service Vas so much a it a re Aat cd trait of in Raiter car will he last a to. Reports from the said i Vai Cisco coma nation and p sons a a a Ai Ai Raint corp a it Nti come to the quot tar. / a Hovic t a la the event of important evening sessions As in Iati quot Hama o , Arran v. A a in Raade v. Herthy the Jince we in Dea. In w fort hot i w Riksdag Kukec popular Nev part hotel open for the s Aison next tues May june 29. Cd a. -.-Cott, manager re Jioras very i a Ira Iio oking s for the Corning season ii a. Few a ood suites available but it is exp a t a thu it the will Hie taken in the ii ear future and that h y up Usi first the popular waterfront House will be Denira a capacity bus Ira a. The new pert air ays Eai Ccpas a lamp e a it to 0rtion if Auteri Nobile bus Ira is of i e Aad the u Larup Rieks f to at Uaia Ual aia Ouia if this Clas of iia a of. I ii ii poi Ani vvii.�. j i. Y firs t pot Aad be wik out a for i Lia a As it a Uky a get. Tkv inn iii a kir Hart or it iii Waist eni Seene of re Ainy of Lia last Deukho Toul social events m the histor of la resort and the men i win Are n embers always c _ Psi ier tie i of and of tolf As Eira of the a st enjoy Ahie to maps in a of Ason at bar Harbor. Of legion formed mothers wives and Sisters of George Edwin Kirk Post organize at Aji enthusiastic meeting of mothers wives and Sisters of sex service men held at Post Headquarters yesterday evening a Womank auxiliary of the George Edwin Kirk Post of the american legion was organized. A temporary charter state of Maine no. 23, was received and the newly formed organization has already instituted a membership Campaign that will not cease until every service Man s Mother wife and sister is a member. Mrs. Ada Moran was elected president miss Marjorie Alley vice president miss Agnes Campbell Secretary mrs. James Marcy treasurer executive committs a mrs. Ralph Wakefield mrs. George f. Berry miss Sophia Hillson membership committee mrs. Orlando Ash mrs. Chester Sprague mrs. Elmer Cleaves. Dues were fixed at one Dollar per year. Regular meetings will be held at p 3st Headquarters at 7. 0 p. M. The first tuesday of each month. Woman s auxiliary May have baseball team this season keen interest in Good team shown at meeting Friday first band concert next tuesday evening the first concert of the season by the bar Harbor band will be Given on the Village Grin tuesday evening. There Are Twenty two members of this year s band which is said to be one of the Best in recent years. Its Only Public appearance this season was at the dedication of the mount desert Bridge. The first concert will Christen the new band stand which was recently been com a Ile ted to re Jalace the older one torn Down. The local band has been practising for the past two months. The members of the 1920 band area k nets. Ralph Trott James Lynch Harold Jellison Harold Paine Reginald Ingalls jr., Milton Moore clarinets g. 0. Farrar h. P. Whitmore Frederick Escott Henry Greeley saxophones William Graham and j. Albert Stevens or. J. T. Hinch trombone f. Al w hit More baritone Horace Pettingill Zikias Kirl Ingalls Alto Theodore lii Chardson Alto Fred higgin., Bass drum Ermund Higgins snare drum a Aluir Brewer cymbals. An enthusiastic meeting of baseball players and fans was held at the y. M. C. A. Thursday evening to consider the organization of a bar Harbor baseball team. Sciort Snappy remarks were made by several of the men present expressing their interest in the movement and their Confidence that people would turn out to an attractive series of games at the athletic Field. After an open discussion in which All took part it was voted to Call a second meeting at the same place for Friday evening june 25, at 8 o clock to form a bar Harbor athletic association and Start regular practice for All candidates at once. Between 20 and 30 Young men have already registered for a try out and some splendid material for a fast team is available and ready for action. Bar Harbor is a Good baseball resort and will support a Good team loyally just As soon As both local and summer people Are assured that worthwhile contests Are being played Here. Ever it player every fan and every interested business Man is cordially invited to the big rally and organization meeting Friday night of this week. Parkhurst Choice of the republicans for governor Mcintire Uotani Moriis Choice of democrats Holt and Sargent win nominations for senator a no contests for democratic nominations in this comity Frederic h. Parkhurst of Bangor was the Choice of the republicans of Maine As their candidate for governor in the primarily elections held monday. Gov. Carl e. Milliken seeking a nomination for a third term was a poor third in a four cornered contest in which the successful candidate barely Defeated Philip Deering of Saco and in which Lorils a. Jack of Lisbon received but a scattering vote. Bertrand g. Mcintire of Norway who made a Strong run against governor Milliken two years ago was the unanimous Choice of the democratic voters As their candidate this year. Returns wednesday morning indicate that the vote for the three Republican candidates was As follows a Parkhurst 19,131 Deering 16,373 Milliken 13,139, Jack 1755. Plantation no. 21____ Aurora. A 2 a 2 the vote for governor in bar Harbor st. Sauveur for opened season monday the Well known st. Sauveur hotel opened for the seas a monday. Gerard f. Alley manager says that his bookings for july and August Are highly satisfactory and that he has very few rooms and suites available after july 15. The first guest to arrive was Llewellyn Barry who for several weeks has been at the st. Sauveur Annex. Martin Van Buren of new York and bar Harbor was at the hotel for the season on the opening Day. Albert Eugene Gallatin of new York arrived tuesday. Practically All of the guests who have been coming to the st. Sauveur regularly for a number of years will return this year and july will bring Many new guests who have never been to bar Harbor before. Subscribe for the times. T re i jux. R. A a of h a a. Cock c our. Y ? reason quot to can Manl a tweet or cedi i Ere s a f r Ater Tara it a at a a a a air. A Izaer of a a re i Kaaa la aah it Ruig aia Iara. Aaa a tae a ice a i of n Uch Favorat get Eli Annaa Froia a f re r and supplies Kodak printing and developing opened season monday Hancock county gave air. Parkhurst an overwhelming majority. 33 i it o a o quot a v s 2 3 a bar Harbor. 12 1 39 172 Dee it Isle. 3 0 3 54 Dedham. 3 0 2 14 Franklin. 8 1 24 77 Eastbrook. 0 o 6 21 Winter Harbor i 0 0 26 Brooklin. 3 1 25 27 Bluegill 3 i 23 67 Hancock. 0 0 a 61 mount desert 9 0 4 74 Ellsworth. 10 4 25 20 Penobscot 9 0 3 36 Bucksport o o 16 69 Cranberry Isles 0 0 s 33 Castine 17 i 28 18 Stonington. 1 0 36 Sullivan j 0 1 11 37 Gouldsboro. 4 0 11 87 Orland o 0 / 48 Brooksville s 1 10 16 Plantation no. 3-3 a 6 John p. Deering. 12 Louis a. Jack. I Carl e. Milliken. 39 Frederick h. Parkhust. 172 i / bar Harbor s vote for state senators j Wiley c. Conary. 80 Arthur . 142 Percy g. Sargent. 145 bar Harbor gave or. Parkhurst 172, Gove Frior Milliken 39, or. Deering 12, and or. Jack one. A contest that aroused great interest in this county was the three cornered contest for the two nominations for state senator. Senator Holt seeking renomination was nearly Defeated As a result of a drive which resulted in the nomination of Percy g. Sargent of Sedgwick and the defeat of Wiley c. Conary of Bucksport. Prominent republicans were Active on the floors of the principal polling places of the county in behalf of the candidacy of or. Holt and or. Sargent and the elimination of or. Conary the former county attorney and representative to the legislature. Little if any Active work was reported on or. Conary s behalf but in spite of this fact he came within less than a Hundred vots of defeating senator Holt who ran behind or. Sargent. Unofficial returns indicate that the vote of the county for senators was a Sargent 948 Holt 861 Conar it749. There were no contests in the democratic party in this county and the vote was consequently very Light. In bar Harbor there were 285 Republican votes against 55 democratic votes. I continued on p.4ge 4ard b. Mears. Stroud Rodick Edward b. Mears amp co. Real estate Harbor Maine offices a 202 South 15th Street Philadelphia Victor n. Cushman real estate and insurance bar Harbor and819 seventeenth Street Washington d. Seal Harbor realty co. George l. Stebbins managing director Seal Harbor Maine cottages for rent building Sites for Salej. H. Sawyer ine watch and French clock repairing in Lill and and Fine Diamond mounting the a Aklufi of i Cluwe de iani Lin Jewely to order ref estered optometrist98 main Street. A Telephone bar Harbor banking amp Trust co. Capital $50,000 n surplus and undivided profits$300,000 beginning at our next interest period july i this Bank will pay interest on savings department deposits at the rate of per cent. Per annul bar Harbor banking amp Trust co. Only authorized agents in bar Harbor for Eastman Kodak co. The West end drug company Gordon amp Gilfillan proprietors repair work a specially Telephone 555 storage for 100 cars bar Harbor motor co. Successors to Bangor motor co. Cadillac and Dodge Brothers sales gasoline oils and Auto supplies and service station of All kinds Headquarters for used cars exclusive distributors for United states tires c 01tage Street bar Harbor May one Tea cup inn hulls Cove Maine open from june 19th to october 1st after Moon teas lunches and dinners broiled lobster and Chicken vegetables in their season our special ties homemade cake ice Cream and preserves Telephone 404 bar Harbor and Palm Beach per cent will be paid on Ali savings accounts beginning july 1, 1920 not a single National Bank failed and not a Dollar was lost to a depositor in any of the 8,000 National Banks of the country during the last fiscal year. Let the Bank of personal service serve you member Federal Reserve system the first National Bank Saft harb Ormaine Kitchen and dining room furnishings hardware stoves and ranges Are specialities at. E. Sherman a -22 Cott.9, st tit bar Harbor. To Laphon. 347 # # i to the Verdi ants of bar Harbor it with new. Spring and summer stocks arriving every Day it is 4> important that you give some thought to the amount of insurance you Are carrying. A we offer the services of our office to Aid in your consideration j of this 281 s. L. Kingsley amp co. Real estate yacht brokers insurance Lyford and Woodward building main str to Jordan Pond House Seal Harbor Maine t. A. Mcintyre proprietor Telephone 800-2 our specialities broiled Chicken and popovers broiled live lobster and our own growing of vegetables afternoon teas ice Cream Fine confections imported and Domestic soda. Photographs of it. Desert Post cards souvenirs novelties Bungalow for rent located 6 Miles from bar Harbor a very attractive Bungalow consisting of five bedrooms Kitchen pantry and Large living room with fireplace. Modern bathroom. No electric lights. Wide veranda with Beautiful Outlook of both water and mountains. Ideal place for family desiring summer cottage near bar a Bor. Apply to c. A. Wescott Newport House m a be

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