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January 7, 1915

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O THE VINEYARD GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 19i5. PAce, 2. ,_. t SPRINGVALL POULTRY FARM ' ~ Products are sold in Edgartown at ~ i either of the GROCI='Ry STORES oi at the CORNER I~IARKET and s , . ~>~(~>~@'~~@~'~(~~ of the new club hou~ which will be erect-town, nod to avoid unnecessary expeuse ~0F:ALL KINDS FOR '--"" HEN, WOMIEN,~. AND C, HILDREN. FINE QUALITY FOOTWEAR AT CITY PRICES. FURNISHINGS of many kinds, Caps, Shirts, Neckties, Suspender~ 0 veralls, &e. &e., all at way down prices. Agency for Parsons' STEA~I LAUNDRX. Shoe Repairing a Specialty. ed on the grounds, alrmldy owned and im- proved by the syndic, ate, ~n the North End fife Vineyard fiatette on Pease's Point Way, which adjoin the Capt. Thomas Adams Norton estate and EDGARTOWN, MASS., Jan, 7, 1915, .Tudge BraTey's premises on the north. Itere the syndicate have some live or U H. MARCHANT. Puolish~r. six acres of land, and last season a nice ................................. _ pavilion, tennis courts, etc., etc., were NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Will. subscribers kimtly not~ the dose on the mar.qm of their pa$.~er or on ~he torapper. By recent regulation o~ the Post Q.ff, ce~ Department newspapers cannot ma~l to #ubeeribere one near or more in arrears and avail themeelvee o~f the scooped-class rate o I~Btorsd at t~ Po~toflIce ~t Edgatt~;wv., Ma~., SS lq~colld.~'ta~s h~'aftor EDGARTOWN. Will our frioods entertaining Boasts kindly notify tas of their arrival, as we doslre to make our Personal ('oll1111'/I *tS COnlplote as possible ~:~ 'l).t.~( tx(; Exuzl~lTmX. -- With the ~bability (,f forming a Dancing Class in ~artown, Mrs. C. Myron Coffin and Mr. ilip H. Wood will "give an exhibit of ira@,' ~)eial dan,ce~ in Red Men's flail, Tlfnrs(lay evening, ,hm. 7, 1915. Exhibi- tic i s until 9 General dancing : until 1'2. Admission, 35c,--A dvt. Mr. Dwight E. S. Mead has been visit- Ird'~,ll::}l:)H I~ ~,1111 '~LIL /l~ ..... r ingthe daughter of Lieut.-Col. J. Biddell ~a~voa.aa~ a.., ,~aa.,*v,~.,$ a~a~ll~ ~ Porter at Washington, and from there A~ qT~EET EDGARTOWN. visits in Philade}phia and then in Rhine- -~-a.a --&~ ~,~ s.s..,~ , beck, N.Y. , ,, : ............................................... ~ : The snbjeet of Rev. I) I,. Williams' ser- .................... m(m at the Congregational church next Sunday morning will be: "In Justice to l the.,ews.- ,ru . ESE ARE THE KIND 0F EVENINGS WHEN Mrs.. William II. Bz.own and' ,soil IIarl)'-, of Woods llole were here Over Sunday, the | II " " | II I guests of Mrs. Brown's father, Capt. El- ------- i I ! ~ ,atl~ t~ nler ~'orton. IF~cI:r'IC LI~HI I Mrs" wilnam A' tllack returnedto Brook- ---- ~ ]1 ....... ~ liue with Mrs. Agnes l SS Tlmyer, and is I making a visit with the latter. i UAl[i~mi ~liili~liii~rl~ll~iltiI I Miss Eva Bunker of Oak Bluffs bas been = mmaa_ gl I l l l lalilAI l a recent guest of Mrs. Ohas. B. Osborn. i i|lq, P ,l| ir~il /ilm"'Vlli~/ ] Miss Elizabeth B. Marchant is vistting i friends in South Yarmouth. ...... " ...... : :: ::::::= ; Mrs. Lydia M..lenks is the guest of her .......... aunt., Mrs Ahnira Bosworth in New Bed- It is solia comtort to press tim t)utton, sR aown f~,u. .... "" and read. or do auything else you please, under a ...... - - . '. .... zzr Fred rtiggins is on a visit home from clear steady light the whole evemug WlmOUt the ,, " ......... ' *eyluou~n~ wner~ ne 18 lU flue employ of inconvenience of trimmiug, refilling, or even Mr. Warren Weston. lighting lamps. Vineyard Lighting Co., Meetings are held nightly this week at the Baptist church at 7 o'clock. Rev. A. C. Gilmore is the preacher this evening. Mrs. ,lames E. Chadwick and daughter, Miss Esther Chadwick left on Monday for East Greenwich, R. I., where Miss Chad- wick has entered the Academy, Mrs. C. returning on Wednesday. A Worthy Cause. It is desired to secure, for permanent preservation in the Historical Rooms, a collection of daguerreotype likenesses of 110 of the former whaling masters of Ed- gartown, now in possession of a resident of the place;and which may be pm-cha, sed for ..1(~I. A~a~effort is being made to raise this fund,~it is hoped that descendants of these n{d~,~li~r~ver living, will avail themselves 0r~be opportunity thus to hon- or their n~d~)~.~th~ the),, and others in- terested, ~bute according to their means. ~ fOIl~/wiug subscriptions have already ~,.~ , M afed~'Jeri~'ggan, $5.00 11 cleft ,M,~ernegan, 1.0n l.aura 3 i Spear. t.(~) Charles" I~. Osborn ~ . .. 3.00 EinmrJ,,Bllss,, . , 5.00 Susan R. lteetle~ lAX) Chdrh~t~ t~: arid Chtoe'M. ~(fffln~4 ,.: 1.o0 Tel. 5-3. ---0 F-- NEW BEDFORD, FAIRHAVEN AND FALHOUTH I I I The places to get the best of everythiug: you not only get what you want in valuable goods, but the prices are lowest ~ " ' N " and serwce the best. Fhe variety carried is the greate.;t of an3 Drug Stores in New England. ~t~lm~| V,,~,,t, N~,~s~:, Vou get iust as careful and prompt I1UII /qiJUI UIU%J/~,..~o s ,, .'ervicc as thou,~h you were shoppinff la person. FILMS DEVELOPED AND MAILED IN A DAY. Pharmacies, New Bedford, Fairhaven and }almoath, Mass. constructed. The new clubhouse wiTt cost about $5,(~X) and the work of constructiou will begin very soon. The foundations are already in and a large amount of lumber, etc., has been delivered on the premises. George E. Melendy, of Orange, N. J., is the archi- tect, and Win. G. Manter, of Viueyard Itaven, the well-known builder, is the con- tractor. The clubhouse will be a handsome build- ing of two floors, 73.4x60~; ft. in size in- ch-lding porches. The lirst floor will in- elude an entrance hall l*;.2xlL and beyond is tile large club or assembly room :k~x51, which wil! have a movable platform or in regard to raquirements made or that may be made by a building iospector of the iBuilding Inspection Department of the District Police, relative to alteration, br i',nprovenlems, or addition, in or to either the North School-house or the South School. bottse. Under Art. 3, it was w)ted, That the School Committee, together with the Com- mittee appoil~ted at the tast annual town meeting to act with the School Committee, with the addition of Joseph K. bil;va to said Committee, have authority to employ counsel toadvise in the matter of the vote ttiready passed, aud to enter and prosecute an appeal to the Superior Court, or to a Judge thereof, from any order, require- ment or direction of a building inspector of the Building Inspection Department of the District Police, that may be made re- garding any changes, improvements, or ad- ditions, in or to either the North School- house or the South School-house, if, in tho opinion of said committee, enlarged as aforesaid, such order, requirement or di- 6 L reetion is unreasonable or requires things to be done that are unnecessary or extrava- gout. The meetit)g adjourned at 5[~;. former on the left of the entrance hall, and --- -- ~,m,,-,-- --~- : the ladies on the right. A kitchenette Annual Meeting of Home Club opens from the women's room. Tlle annual meeting of The Home Cl~ub Modern plumbing, lighting, etc., will be was held on the evening of Dec. 31st at 8 installed and the whole house fully o'clock. Regular business was transacted "~ equipped with all essentials. The club and the following officers and committees were elected for the ensuing year : house will be located some two hundred p . . - feet from the street, and as the lot has a restdent--Frane~s A. Foster very wide frontage, the possibilities are Vice-President--Walter S. Osbern goodfor very handsome grounds, with fine Clerk--Osmond K. Pease driveways to the house, flower beds, shrub- Treasurer~C'qarence E. 1)utton bery, etc. A: room is arranged for oil the 1)irectors--I|enry A. Pease, Benj~ -G. second floor of house for the caretaker. Collins, Richard G. Chute, Clarence E. The plans indicate a very handsome and Dutton, Francis A. Poster. substantial structure, and its completion, IIouse Committee--Clarence E. 1)utton, will doubtless prove a notable factor in the [ tlenry L. Ripley, Geo. F. Mayhew. town's growth as a popular summer resort. I Membership Committee--Walter S. O,s- _~=~-- -- born, Frank L. Cfapp, Itenry L. Ripley, ,, How About This? I Thos A. l)exter. Smith: Break a half-dollar in two eqnal v parts and what do you have:' [ Finance Committee--Beriah T. llilhnan, a Frank I,. Clapp, lteury A. Pease. Jones: "Two quarters." [ .... = ~ ,.--_.---.-- | , Smith: "No, two halves." [ For any itching skin trouble, piles, i The argument immediately started and I eczema, salt rheum, hives itch, scald head, was continued for some time with points l herpes, scabies. 1)oan's ()intment is high- ly recommended. 50c a box at all stoles.--- about even. Now which was right? I Advt. We have "decided to close out the balance of our goods at Public Auction to the highest bidder, beginning 9 attd until the goods are sold Watches, in (;old and ill Sterling cases; Bracelets, Rings, Clocks, Cuff lAnks, Gold Chains. with pendants, Hand Painted China Dishes, Cut Glass Dishes, Nickel Goods off all kinds, Dolls, Sleds, Carts, Toys, Pictures, Knives, Forks and Spoons, Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets, Books, Fancy Potter)', and ether goods too ~mmerous to mention. Our stock is new this season and we intend to keep it new ever)" season. No last year goods on sale next )'ear. Auctioneer. I lie subs~t'~l~t~ffa' ll~ *'will be published [ weekly. (~6~t~tio~ns may be sent to Mrs. Josepba~.Nevin, Treasurer Martha's / Vineyard Chapter; D; A. It., Edgartown, J MAIN STREET, OppositeTown Hail. Mass. ......... ~ .... ,~