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-7_] II i m .... IMand of Ma~ha" 8 Vineyard, seven miles o ~ Southeast Ooalt of Massachusetts. Winter population, 4500; in S~mraer, 20,000. Twenty miles from v*ty of New Bed lord. 80 miles from Boston 1,50 miles to :Vew Fork Devotea to the In,ere*is of ill6 Six "Fown* on the Island .; ~h~rtha>s I'ineyard viz : Edgartown, Oak Blurs, ~sbwT Vineyard Haven), West Tilbury, Ohilmark, ~,~4 Gay rIead. "the Vineyard is 20 miles long, 5 loide II Vol. 69. No. Esta ttl i tmd 1114tt;. Ed. a r,,,Wll. Mass., January 7, 1915. Si.5 Per Year. Single Copies 5 Cents Members of the Dry Goods Allia.eo Nvw York City. .... :J a ry ......... ciear a, c e ...... sale .... OF MEN S and BOYS' CLOTHING ~VERY IlANS SUIT. EVEgY nAN'S OVERCOAT, I~VERY YOUTH'S SUIT, EVERY YOUTH'S OVERCOAT, ~VERy BOY ,", ~UII', EVERY BOY'S OVERCOAT, --is "he uded in this sale. Nothing reserved; every garm.nt suffers a Deep cut. We Uiesxanee 8ale are lower than it any other thne during the year. Sale sow going on, Men's $15.00 Overcoats $8.95 Men's $20.00 Overcoats Overcoats $14.95 s High G sold as high as $23.50 Now in at one price. Your choice, only-- UrNS mo. tm's ms. SU T MEN[S $ $20 SUIT MEN S $2 ,50 SUIT $14.95 SUITS That+ sold as high as $30.00, all in at one price--- BOY'S 5.00 BOY'S 6.50 BOY'S 7 50 BOY'S 8.50 BOY'S 10.00 SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS N(tW NOW NOW N )W NOW 2.95 3.98 4.95 L.95 6-95 c The biggest Overcoat value ever offered; all sizes in the lot. BOYS' $7,50 OVEBOOAI NOW, $4L98 BOYS' $6.50 OVERCOAT, NOW', $3,98 BOYS' $7.50 MACKINAW NOW, $5,98 Clearance Sale of Men's Furnishings MtN'S 15c. HOSE, per pair, 9c EXTRA ~PECIAL--MEN'S 50c. Lasher s HOSE, cashmere, in blabk and Oxford, 17c. per pair--3 pairs for 50c MEN'S 5oc. and SHIRTS . . . Sixe 14 to 16 1-2. A real Shirt bargain. Simeon Ford Wile m'coinplished the ~.xtraordlnar.' feitl ti[ rllIl llllig the Grand Union lintel and heln~ a hllnlor ist o~ tillLloli wide rcpulation st tile same time. was asked what be eousid- ered the best joke. "'I never tell stories." said he, "'for ran 1 remember them." That lool ,d discouraging. But presently Mr. F, +,1 - a-i=~)d Fooled Him. brightened up amazingly ann u.~tl "When I was young in the profe~ his comment in this way: ~' ; ~lon," said a dentist, "~ was working Here is ablt of pzumur, how~t',~fd in a couu~r# place gor a, fei, weeks to a true hotel happening, help a trlend. One day a farmer Our steward had printud on the bills came ln--a big, muscular chap, t~ll of of fare the following notice: blooded bone of the sort who~eteeth "'Articles brought Into the hotel and used at the tables will be chargedcome like the root~ of oak tree "'As he sat in the chair he asked. for as though fllrnished by the house." 'Will it hBrt?'~ Some one mailed me one of these "'Feeling In a rather Jocular mood, I bills and under the notice he had writ- answered. 'Well, if it doesn't it slmn't ten: "Does this apply to fl~lse teeth'/".-- cost you anything.' Then i fell to New York Times. work. "The tooth came even harder than l expected, so as the man got up from The Happiest Heart. tile ellnir and pulled himself together Who drives the horses of the sun --lie had not nttered a sound--I said. Slmll lord it bur a o~ty. Better the luwly deect were done 'Well. did it ilurtT And kept tl3e hunibie way. "" "Not a tdt. answered the country The rust will tins the sword or fame; man. nnd strode out of the office, lear- *The dust will llRle the cI'own- llig hie nlilltlS It tee, completely non. Aye. none shall nail so hlgil his name lilll~sed alid tile lalighlng Stot'k Or flly Times will not teat It OOW1L frieild and tile two or three patrons The happiest heart that eveV beat Was in s(.llPlle (llll(el] Dreast That fou;id tile L'OIIIF[IOn daylight sweet ATid iet't to ll