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Bar Harbor Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bar Harbor, Maine M a s a Harbor times might Alf 23, �o92d he bar Harbor times by Ekmark t our Hihn comp arts it paper in Hil cock Cottney a year in adva hcs office 9 cottage Street 709 p. 0. Boxe to is cx4id-cla.� no intr july 10,. 4-. cd it ear Harbor. Me., a c Mirch 6. 1879. June 19 2 0 m t a 7 3 8 5 w 2 9 t 3 to 17 20212223242 27282930 4 ii 18 5 12 19 526 actor tel nomination the thing that most intent leaders of the Republican part it. Was the three cornered fight for the to o nominations for senator from this county. Senator Holt nearly went Doun in defeat of renomination As a result of the whirlwind eleventh hour Campaign that resulted in the nomination of or Sargent of Sargentville and the defeat of or. Conar it of Bucks port. This really the Surpri of the primaries in Hancock county for a Hile or. Sargent s fitness for the office As not questioned the fact that he had been out of the state for Many years and had not Previn Osly been a Factor in county politics made it seem almost certain that the former county a Toniey and representative to the legislature a Ould get the nomination. Whatever else one May deduce from this turn of the political , he see that the Sargent forces out generated their opponents and won by an unexpected drive. It was Well organized and was a Winner. What effect it May have on or. Sargent s future political fortunes is problematical. A n Miliken Ever thought of Raul than Hij arty Monria certainly a a a a. Many men not favor a. Of i rec that ii a four a a steam iii be a a a a v v. Re Uil iii if feat s tember. Colonel a v. Of i great strength in u quot. Monda and will. A j a Good vote in the being no contests in Salt a a Rin Aries it is to possible h length of that party but a a a Are saying that the As won Are to use a a Ciao noting their chickens car . Or. Mcintire a a a a Iodate. Is As a. A i an Able Nian. Of is a Goky Yartu Ancin quot to. Fai t r Tolian d is a. . V/i0 is one a a a politicians in Maine. Ike Rint st for the Gui it or Trenton or. Harvard Copp and son Irving went to York Beach saturday where they visit or. And mrs. T. E. Darke for a few . In. Eben Hodgkins has l Een visiting in bar Harbor the past week. Mrs. A. E. Poor arrived last week to s inc the summer in Trenton. A is. Earl bean is is ending a few wef4 it ith her Ija rent a or. And mrs. R. Young. and Kairn tri i it i re in town last we a. Saris by by 0\ e mrs. Earle Emery formerly of this place has been a recent guest of mrs. Julien Emery. Mrs. Mary Higgins who has been spending the a inter in Boston has returned and is now occupying miss Hamor s cottage at the ovens. A Benefit dance will l c held in the Grange Hall on thursday evening june 24 the. Refreshments will ice served. This is for a \ Ery a Orthy cause and it is Hope my that t i e re be a Good . Mrs. Cora Earst of Harbor Wols a sunday guest of her son cd orge karst. Subscribe for the times. There s a special Ingersoll for each of these folks did you Ever quot get fitted quot to a watch we did you Ever figure out exactly your Vatch needs and then see if you were properly equipped ? there Are a dozen or More different Inger Solls Var it ing in Price varying in purpose a Small watches Jevy eled watches Radium dial watches for night use and so on. For instance if you have an expensive Vatch you probably would choose a radio Lite for $3.50. If you Haven t a Good serviceable watch you d be Likely to buy a 7-jewel Reliance. The dealer a ill help you to select just the one for you. Quot Ingersoll quot has meant the lowest priced ood timekeeper. Today Wuth present Day costs and the 1920 purchasing value of a Dollar $2.50 is the Lov est once at which we can make a watch while keeping up the Ingersoll Standard of Quality. Quot Ingersoll quot Means quot Money s Worth quot whether it s for Tatj $2.50 Yankee or one of the radio Lites the Tell time in the dark or for one of the jewelled watches. Pnc�8 inc Judy government to amp a Ira Elan wrist Judi Oil my a al a am Tobt. R. Inq Era Chi Ltd to. Hit Yak. Coit to inc ii Northeast Harbor u iss Evelyn manch ter left monday of last week for Chicago University where she will attend the summer session. M ibs Clarice Hall is employed at e. Wober s or it goods store As in former seasons. Friends of miss Julia l. Murphy formerly principal of Gilman High school will be interested to learn that she will discontinue her civil service work at Washington d. C., late this summer and resume teaching. Miss Murphy will be a member of Rumford High school faculty Rumford Maine during the coming school year. Miss Elizabeth Manchester is employed at Holland s drug store As soda clerk. The first legion orchestra dance of the season at the neighbourhood House proved a distinct Success. A crowd that filled the half to capacity was in attendance and All evidently enjoyed themselves up to the last minute. The usual Bunch of dance goers was greatly augmented by several machine loads of out of town Young people. Another dance will be held tonight wednesday. Win Nickerson arrived recently and is employed by Haynes Brothers. Miss Isabel of bar Harbor has been in Northeast Harbor for several Days. Miss Julia Gilpatrick has been spending several Days at bar Harbor the guest of her sister mrs. Harold Whit More. Eugene Monohon who has been at Home for several Days expects to return to Hingham mas., in the very near future. Master ered Ralph who has been visiting relatives in pm Uphill returned biome one Day last week. His brother Edward will e in Bluegill until about july fourth. Rank Eliot is employed As an operator at the pastime theatre pending the arrival of a motor which a ill Cut the Force Down to one . William Manchester accompanied his daughter Evelyn As far As Boston on her trip to Chicago. Or. Nia Chester returned Home thursday. A demonstration of the efficiency of the gasoline fire engine on main Street one night last a Eek proved that the Toun is pretty Well protected As far As Liat portion of firc fighting equipment goes. Elihu Hamor a student at Maine Wesleyan Semina Kentus Hill is at Home for the summer months. William Hooper chauffeur for or. Arthur Elting arrived saturday driving to rough from Albany n. Y. William Miller and of bar Harbor were in town last wednesday evening. Arren Whitmore of Seal Harbor was in Northeast Harbor monday of this week. The mail for the West now leaves at four in the afternoon instead of at one. Reuben purvey we a at Lime from Partlett Island Over the week end. Mrs. in mad Oclis Lias returner Fryni the Par Harlor Luis ital Whf a has Boen receiving treat no it Lor a i t t ris. I .m.r-s. If or a a. Crap. Ford arrive i from j tic South Ono Lily last Vek anal is a gut st at to Homo in her father pro. Tor i ,.i Smallidge. Her daughter miss prances a k -av.ford, Acconio anted her. I miss Lillian Iveney has returned i from hav Rhill mass., where she s ent to quot v. Inter Man tvs. Akin Piror of i of books and okays of Haruki Pell Wright Art looking Forward a to big Foa Turo pm quot to Shepherd i of the Hills quot at tie Paulinie theatre . Or. And mrs. Albert k. a Ere at Bair Harbor Erida afternoon j mis Ruth Jaco sopi Olio so ent a 1 Art of last with a a Arenas air. And mrs. A. It. Iaci . Returned to Par Harbor l it Ilia. Pauline Morrison of Par Harbor v a it at to a a Kwh boyhood House dance last wed Nescia night. Ali inter ting i firm Bureau Mec ting i v hold at the it Rood Louse a Fiat Etc a iii. subject of Iota i rang v. A. Taken i Ai d tie i ii to a. If King a iii k of i. A Kirge Liurni a Ltd Kik a in tii Verf a i . Or. . To is at h or e for Kort a ratio. Or. I vent a is Row a k a do a at i Kat a Koik Ltd kit i car a e to Riff tic rank Kev a i k re Anu South get line i in one Day last week. 1 he n Rhine Vas so l adly injured that or. Pain has Tai chased a Pord with which to Rej Kace it. Mass \ Irginia Ralph returned from. To ton thursday. Miss Ralph has just Corn Letecki Lier freshman year at Simmons College in the Penway. Eugene Haynes at Holden Satur iia it right returning sunday. Merrill Haskell has returned from a Short visit at Surry Maine. Quot Bartuce Leslie has just Lead an air Active sign made and quot Luing Over his Roork a at the sub quot variety store. All House members holding Reading Rolt in books that Are Perdue Are r -tu�-ht4.-�i to return Triem at orc. fan Chester is eni k de at Ike Peel ombre. In god re eff who has been at Lime for a few of eks spend the summer at Bis March Maine where he will in employed by Alfred , Riding master. A new tar sic eve Alk is to be constructed on Hack end Road rom the neighbourhood House to a Point near a. K. My Bride a s cottage. The new walk will be appreciated by the Many cottagers and All year round residents who use this Roux. The construction is in the Bass Harbor mr3, Roy Harriman of bar Harbor has been visiting her Mother mrs. A m. Pray. Miss Hallie Murphy has returned from Lewiston where she has been for several months. Manuel Sprague is living in the former Home of mrs. Herbert Richardson at the head of the Harbor. Mrs. E. Benson Stanley of the Stanley House at Manset was in town last saturday. Miss Frances Murphy and two friends motored from Rumford last tuesday. Miss Murphy has been consulting teacher at Rumford for the past year. Or. And mrs. Merle Tracy who have been living in Houiston Texas,.for the past fifteen years were visiting friends Here last week. Or. And mrs. Tracy Are both natives of mount de Ert and they think there is no place quite like Maine but they have Many interests in their texan Home and consider it a wonderful country. Or. Tracy has to return to Texas this week but mrs. Tracy and her two children will make a longer visit with her father in Law Henry Tracy of Southwest Harbor. Hulls Cove Don t wean the baby in summer. Keep the flies away from the baby its food and its belongings. Keep everything from its Mouth but food. Keep the House especially the Kitchen closely screened and Burn All garbage. Keep the baby in the Shade. Give it plenty of cooled boiled water to drink. Sponge it twice a Day in addition to the Bath. The less clothing the better. Do not handle the baby too much. Maine department of health. Hands of c. D. Joy. The surveying is being done by Alvah Reed. Clarence purvey was in Bangor part of last week. Arthur Rowe of Boston is employed at Hillcrest Market As of last season. Or. And mrs. E. Harrison Kimball Are stopping at l. Elrie Holmes cottage where they have had rooms for several Summers. Or. And mrs. Charles Manchester have moved from their House opposite the Brick schoolhouse into rooms Over the Northeast Harbor laundry. The resumption of Eastern steamship and Maine Central service together with the bus line to bar Harbor makes Travle considerably easier and summer seem near at hand. The friends of mrs. John Cadigan will regret to learn that she is not to spend her summer Here but will remain in or near Boston through the season. Augustus Phillips has been. In town from his farm near Costigan the past week. Mrs. Bertha Moore was a visitor at bar Harbor part of last week. A number of Somerville Young folks were in attendance at the neighbourhood House dance last wednesday night. William s. Peckham and family have recently moved from their Large cottage at Harbour Side into their smaller House. A. We Coombs and two sons were at Franklin last sunday. John Jacob Somes of Somerville was in town monday of this week. The next neighbourhood House drama league entertainment will consist of three one act plays. The plays will be of widely diversified character ranging from a pastorate comedy to a gruesome tragedy called quot the other a rehearsals Are in Progress and the Date has been it for july 8th and 9th. Mrs. Albert Mcbride received word Monda morning of the serious illness of her aunt miss Frances Pollard and left for old town where miss Pollard passed away late monday afternoon. Miss Marguerite Davis of bar Harbor is visiting her grandmother mrs. Reuben e. Lurvey. The Parish meeting of the Church of our father was held at Tea cup inn on Friday evening. Mrs. Frank Hamor gave a report of the convention at Gardiner. Two committees were appointed. A property and Church furnishing committee. Rev. Or. Searing is making plans for a patriotic service to be held in the Church Here on sunday evening july 4th, and a smoke talk to be held at the rectory on tuesday evening june.29th. When the Rev. W. E. Patterson of st. Saviour s of bar Harbor will speak. All men Are Welcome. It is a pleasure to All Here to know that Edward w. Hamor is gaining steadily and All Hope for a Complete recovery. Last sunday he had Twenty one callers some coming from Cranberry Island Ellsworth and nearby places. Mrs. Herbert Parsons has arrived for the summer. Mrs. Olive Tilton with her two daughters Are spending the summer at cover farm. Or. And mrs. Orient Brewer Are spending the summer at Perry Maine. Mrs. Wood has been the guest of or. And mrs. Adfer Strout. Or. And mrs. Boyd Tracy Are visiting or. And mrs. George Cunningham. Wallace Stanley is visiting his sons at Portland. Mrs. Mcclain and two sons of North Field Maine Are visiting or. And mrs. Walter bobbins. Or. And mrs. George Viles and two children Are the guests of or. And mrs. Wilbur Salisbury. Miss Virginia Gardiner is visiting her aunt mrs. Jessie Higgins. Tea cup inn is opened for the season. Miss Virginia Gardiner is visiting her aunt mrs. Jessie Higgins. Tea cup inn is opened for the season. The quot misses Lona and Helen additon teachers of the school have gone to their Home in Dexter Maine. All appreciate the Good work they have done Here the past three years and Hope they will return next fall. Bay meath has been made ready for mrs. Bowen who will arrive with mrs. Mccormmick Blair and family june 29th. South Blu Hlll or. And mrs. Ralph Mayo of Waltham mass., Are at the old Homestead of the late f. Mayo for their summer vacation. For the past four Days there has been fish in the sardine factory Here the first that has been Here this season. The Schooner Annie Kimball with capt. Peabody landed cans at the sardine wharf Friday. Capt. E. B. Simpson is in from Belfast with a Load of goods. Or. And mrs. Albert Richards of Brockton and Little daughter Louise Are at put Ank Day s place for the summer. Or. And mrs. Frank Gould have returned to Ellsworth after spending a few Days Here at mrs. Gould s childhood Home. School closed Here on Friday june 18, after a successful term of twelve weeks taught by mrs. Emogene Bickford. On for a Short visit. The vessel is loading at this Date while he is at Home. Mrs. Rubie Henderson continues to be ill. Word has been received of the serious illness of Lewis Candage at North Brooklin a former resident Here. How to live. The most important features of ventilation Are motion coolness and the proper degree of humidity and freshness. There is an unreasonable prejudice against air in motion asserts the Maine department of health. A gentle draft As a matter of fact is one of the be to friends a seeker after health can have. Such a gentle draft As ordinarily occurs in proper ventilation is both healthful and wholesome. Lymburner electric co. 37 cottage Street bar Harbor me. Telephone 412 John h. Stalford Florist Cut Flower decorative plants member florists Telegraph delivery Malve greenhouses bar Harbor me. Store main streets per s Market dealer in fancy groceries beef Lamb veal poultry eggs butter fruit and vegetables milk and cream43 cottage Street. Bar Harbor Maine Telephone 1 Quimby amp Stewart painting and paper hanging Wall papers Pratt amp Lambert s varnishes including a full line of coloured varnishes for floors Woodwork furniture Etc. Vitra Lite White enamel effects Auto enamel 109 cottage Street Telephone 497green amp Copp company Succes amp ors to Green amp revnolds co. We carry a Complete line m Oil stoves and Mimm furnaces and French ranges supplied and properly installed special attention Given to All branches of Sheet Metal work 33 main Street Telephone 30fine groceries teas coffees spices canned goods preserved fruits syrups Olive oils from the Best foreign and Domestic markets flour and provisions butter and cheese from Best Dairie Percy Kelly quot the store of Quality quot 47 cottage Street phone 6 new Birge Wall papers l. W. Tabbut amp son a e. Lawrence co. Contractors and # # a # i sporting a a goods of i Tomte Rusbar Harbor Maine tel. 248wmachine work Automo # bile it j supplies i wholesale gasoline and Oil Vuu Imegi stores for rent two of the Best and most centrally located stores in bar Harbor for the season or All year this interests you please write us for full particulars. S. L. Kingsley amp co. April 19, 1920

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