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TI:E VINEYARD GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, lOIS P*GE 7. I --AT-- $13.00 and $1x.00 Balmacaan Overcoats MARKED TO Good assort. ment to se- lect from. dz; CO., 44.48 Purchase Street, New Bedford, Mr. Willoughby will be pleased to send goods on appro-val. ewStore! ew G s! Everything Fresh and Nice as a Daisy. --FOI:%-- FRUIT - all kinds - NUTS CONFECTIONERY The Purest and Best Cigars" Tobacco, . Smokers' Articles, Largest and Finest Stock, VISIT THE NEW STORE OF Wm.H. Cor. Main and South Summer Sts., . EDGARTOWN. THE KINGSCOTT Main Street, Edgartown, OPEN FROM A, M. Alleys may be reserved for par- ties. Terms reasonable. 6ERALD A. PEASE, Manager, NORTON, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Houses and Business Places Wired Promptly on order at the most reasonable price. L~m~t for the Bryan-Marsh Incaude~t FIXTURES o,a. kinds furnished at lOW., possible priCeS- J~gF'Oatalogtw shown on application REPAIRINO of every deeriptlon. A Trial Order Solicited. SdlHi ,lain. [Dg~UlTOW', a~S'I~ r' gelep~ 6-ffl. Dr E. HUCKINS, Dentist. ROW OCCUPYING NEW OFFICE IN OVER OB. WALKER'S DRU6 STORE Water Street, Edgartown. ]~o~g: 10 to 12; 2 to 4 o'clock, | 8~iwrd&L 10 It. m. to 19 m. OAK 'BLUFFS. Mr. and Mrs. Lauriston Bunker and Miss Sarah B. Winslow returned Saturday front Oak Bllffs, where they spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. James G. Norton. Miss Winslow has been visiting friends in Washington several weeks prior to going to Oak Biuffs.--Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror, 2d. Mr. Lewis, of Oak Bluffs, presided very acceptably at the organ during the con- vention sessiou. The young people who were home for the holidays have returned to school, college and business. Splendid skating ou Sunset Lake, Cry- stal Lake and Farm Pond, and the young people '~re enjoying it greatly. Special services are being held this week at the M. E. church uncler the auspices of the Epworth League assisted by tll Pas- tor, Rev. R. ,I. Chrystle and Mrs. Rogers, of Fall River, Deaconess. The Baptist Church has be~n invited to join in these meetings. Beside a large chorus choir of singers the yonng girls of the town have given thmr servie~s and form a fine choir of young voices and sing very sweetly each evening. The meeting Monday eveniug was fairly well attended and it is hoped that much good will result to the com- munity. The s~r--~n~ hy C. ,% 3[o-:-H! ~f Vine- yard tIaven at the Neighborhood Conwn- tion Tue~(lav was n,] ab]. discourse and most m'aetical, and if the ideas advanced could or would be oarrie,1 ou~ lhere wonhl be "peace on earth." "Everyone would be doing good to their neighbor instpad of evil, for they would obey the precious,com- mand to "love our neighbor as ourselves." Deacon Samuel Warren Vincent of Ed- " " ' "" ' visit here on Tuesday to the convention. Deacon Vincent is a man of the old school; and ~oodness, honesty, and integrity are plain- ly written in his face. It is a sure thing tlmt the inner life leaves its imprint on the features of man or woman, and the real Christian life aires a light to the eye, and a wonderful radiance to the face, of those who live tip to the teachings of their tteavenly Master. .Iud~eand Mrs. E. G. Eldridge enter- rained Mr. James Lewis Bruff of Buffalo, N. Y., over the Christmas holiday. Mr. Bruff left for his homeat the Hotel Tour- sine, Buffalo, the day after Christmas, taking Mrs. Sue Eldridge Bennett with him, as his bride. After a short trip they ill red'le in Buffalo. NEIGHBORttOOD CONVENTION. The monthly session of the Neighbor- hood Convention was held with the Trinity M.E. church at Oak Bluffs, Rev. R. J. Chrystie, pastor, on Tuesday. The day was ideal for weather, there was a large attendance, and a very enjoyable and mo~t profitable session was the result Rev. David R. Williams, pastor of the Congregational-church at Edgartown, was elected moderator for the day, and the printed program was as follows : Topic for the day, "Possihilities for Evangelistic Work on the Island." 10.a0. Prayer service, Mrs. R. J. Chrys- tie, Oak Bluffs. 11.00, Business. ll.10. "How to Meet the Needs of Our Island Churches," l)r. II, T. Dean, Oak Bluffs. 11.{R). Discussion. 12.o0. Socialhour and lunch. 1.20. Praise and testimony service, W. E. Sanford, Oak Bluff's. 2.00. Business. 2.15. Question Box,"Wavsand Means," Rev G. A. Grant, S. T. D.. ~,:dgartown. 2.:~0,, Sermon, "Our l)uty to Our Nmgh- bet, Rev. C. A. Mertill, Vineyard tiaven. a.00. Conseoratlon service, Mrs. Ada C. Rogers, Deaconess, Fall River. a.30. Adjournment. The topic "How to meet the needs of our island churches" was taken in hand by Dr. I Dean and was listened to throughout with !unabated interest. The Doctor changed the wording to read "We: cx~ meet the needs of ore" churches," and said, we must have divine fire in out" church if we want ! to get results. He said the Prayer-meeting was the thermometer of the church and if down to zero the church will not grow. We must have high ideals if we wish to achieve. In order to grow we must "h)ve one another." We must love our sister church members also remembering they are our brother and sister in Christ. God's Kingdom is a kingdom of love and peace, and we should put aside all bitter or hateful feelings, stop wrangling over creeds for God is Father of all and we are all bis children. We should stand by each other and work together to make the christian work on the island the most prominent work. He suggested the plan to form a band of-"'Minute Men" and women who would go where ever they eould do good and be ready for the firing- line. He said that it seemed to him at present that the firing-line was over at the Seamen's Bethel, as the results gained there seeni to have gone out over all the world. Ite said "there should be in every church a firing-line and the "Minute Men" should he ready to work and bring in men's souls. That christians should be different so they would be "known and read of all men" and be known by their daily walk and their way of doing things because they would b be Christlike. To be so we must stop arguing about petty differences of theology, and love one another, draw divine fire from God's altar and then we can meet the needs before us. These are some of the many ideas advauced and the discussion following was most interesting. The addresses and discussions were very intere,~ting and the siugingexcellent. Large delegations came front Edgartown, Vine- yaad Haven and the upper part of the is- land. O. E. S. No. 7:;. The official notice f,)r the installation of officers of Oriental Chapter No. 73, Order of the Eastern Star are out and the [egn- lar" meeting is called for 7 o'elock on Men- day evening, January llth and the hour for installation is set for x o'clock. Under "Regular Business" the annual reports of the Secretary and Treasurer will be read also that Of the Finance Cmnmittee. There J will also be balloting on petitions. I After a short ree,ds, ~llpS lreu~ V. i i Landers will call the meeting to order and the installation service will be performed, ] Mrs. Cynthia Johnson, past matron of Celestia Chapter, as installing officer She will be assisted by Mr. fterbert N. Hinek- I ley, past patron o[ Celestia Chapter as installing patron; by Mrs. Anna E. Mar- shall, past matron of Mizpah Chal)ter of Marlboro as installing chaplain, and bIiss Marion Wright of Celestia Chapter as in- stalli~/:n--oh.9. The Board of Ollicers-elect for the ensu- I ing year are: Worthy Matron, Mrs. A. Marion Sackett " Patron, Mr. Wan. G. Norton, .lr. Associate Matron, Mrs. Ahuira B. Norton Seeretary, Miss Mary E. Welch Treasurer, Mrs. Lucy P. Smith Couductres~, Mrs. Bhmche G. (~sl)orn Ass(). Conductress. Mrs. Grace L Studley Chaplain, Mrs. lleurietta llillman blar~hal, Miss Bertha L. Eddy Organist, Miss Irene V. l,anders Adah, Miss Edna IIamhlin Ruth, Miss Elizabeth It. Rice Esther, Mrs. Minnie E. Vincent Martha, Mrs. Alice M, Hayden l.:lecta, Mrs. Emily E. M. Tripp Warder, 3Its. Miriarn Phillips Sentinel, Mr. Clement Stndley Trustees--Mrs. Ma,'y A. Rice, Mr. Eze- kiel If. Matthews, Mrs. Clara A. W. Nor- ,0 n, All the Past Matrons, Mrs. Minute E. ~'incent, Mrs. Emma l. Matthews, Mrs. Florence Hicks, Mrs. Clara A. W. Norton, Mrs. Mary A. Rice, Mrs. Annie E. Ilaydeu, Miss Irene V. Landers, have bee~ appoint- ed a Reception Coumtittee. ! The gentlemea of the Chapte, Constitute the "supper coin mittee. The Past Worthy Patrons of the Chapter to dateare: Mr. Thomas 1). Crowell, Mr. David J. Barney, Mr. Harry E. Worthen, Mr. Edward E. Silvey. Mr. David J. Barney is the retiring Worthy Patron after serving a second term. Business Change. Mr. ,lohn E. White, President of the Martha's Vineyard National Bank, has he- come associated with Judge E. G. Eldridge in his insurance business, which will here- after be carried on under the finn nan]e of Eldridge & White. The local business was established by Mr. Eldridge in 1888, and has been loyally supported by both resi- dents aud non-residents, and such losses as have occurred have been promptly set- tled to the entire satisfaction of the in- sured. Mr. White has been engaged in the insurance business for the past twelve years and his experience and wide ac- quaintance will be of great value to the new firm. rio will spend some time each day at the local office which will also be of convenience to his banking customers. Mr. White will be cordially welcomed into the business interests of this community and we predict a most successful future for the new firm. Ones fo Washington, D. C. Mr. John A. Rockwell, a former Supt. of the Vineyard Lighting Company for many years, has accepted a position as Business Director, with the Potomac University, Washington, I). C. Mr. Rockwell will commence his duties abont Feb. 1st. His interest in the Vineyard is still deep and he will arrange to pass the smnmer months here as usual. IIis friends wish for him mdch success. ~o ..... The fishermen of Cape Cod Bay are up m arms against the gill netters who came over from Gloucester. It is the contention of the shore fishermen that the gill-netters take the spawning cod, and that in a few years the shore fishing will be ruined. The Cape Cod fishermen are said to be cutting the gear or the "foreigners" and setting it adrift. The Gloucester men claim they are violating no law, and promise to hail to court the first shore fisherman they san de- tect interfering with their nets. A Oi~t to be Appreciated. A moro appreciated sift could not be made an absent son or daughter than a subscriptmn to the home nowsl~Per. ReltEIouJ ~Vogwea. Methodist Episcopal Church, Main St., Rev. George A. Grant, pastor. Sun- day services at the usual hours. Morning at 10.45; Sunday School at 12; Evening service at 7.00. Mid-week prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30. First Baptist Church, Maple st., First Congregational Church, Summer Street. Rev. David R. Williams. minister. Sunday: Morning service, 10.45. Sun- day School at 12, Y. P. C. E. 6.00. Evening service 7.00. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7.30 p. m. St. Andrew's Church (Episcopal), North Summer St. Rev. Aubrev Gihnore, minis- ter m charge, Morning prayer, holy com- nluniou and sermon, 11 a. m. on second Sunday of each montlL Other Sundays in the mmtth evening prayer and sermon at 4 o'clock. St. Elizabeth Roman Catholic. Mass on Sundays at s.ao a. m., on alternate Sun- days at church cornet' Pease's l'oint Way and tIigh street, 'conducted by the pastor~ _Rev. Fr. M. J, 0'Reilly. West Tisbury, ~irst (~ongregational Church, Rev. T. M. Davies, pastor. Sun- day services: Preaching at 11 a m. Sunday school at 12. Evening service at 7. Mid- week service ou Wednesday at 7.15 p m. Cordial welc.ome is extended to all. The First Baptist Church of West Tie- bury (bliddletown)Rev. Charles A. Merril, pastor. Sunday Services: Sunday School 2.00 p m. Public worship 2.45 p m. Prayer meeting, Thursday 7.00 p m. Chilmark Methodist Episcopal, Rev. Geo. R. Locke, pastor. Sunday School 11.45 a m. Gay IIead Baptist Church, Rev. James H. Hubert, pastor. Preaching every Snn- day I lAX) a nt aud 7 p m. Sunday School at 12. B Y P U 6 oo p m. Visitors always welcome. IM RTANCE OF HEALTHY KIDNEYS. ....... L___ Edgartown Readers Should Le&~a ~o Keep the Kidneys Well. The kidneys have a big work to do, Ali the blood in the body is coursing tlirattg~ the kidneys constantl~ to be freed oI poisonous matter. It is a heavy elmttg~ task when the kidneys are well, t~'at a ~ltl, chill, fever or some thoughtless exl)oau~ O ~1 likely to irritate, inflame and enng~.~t th$ kidneys and interrupt the purifying, Then the aching frequently b0glna, ~tt~ is often accompanied by some lrt egttiaritl of the urine--tap frequent passa~ :s. aed|~ meat or retenthm, thousands taat|f~' it! the woudetfulmerit of 1loan's Kidney t i!ls~ a remedy 10r the kidl|cvs or~ly, tlla~ ba~l 0een used in kidney trot~bles 5O year~, ~tuu will make no mistake in following this advice. It comes from a residellt of $hia locality. ..... - A.S. Sylvia, 34 Unhm i~;., .~RII~,UC~ Mass., says: "I have had no need uf~t k!d- ney mediciue since 1 endorsed Dean a Kilt. ney Pills s,,nm years ago am! I c~l) ~ay that'mv cure is a permanent one. I oftea suffere~l from baclcache and 10.me~os; through toy loins, especially i~ th0 ~i'~tlL Noth!ng ~zdve me tnu~d~ relief until | g0~ Dean s Kidney 1 ills. Price 50e, at all dealers. Dou't ih'~l~lY ask for a kidney remedy--get 1)(m~ $ Kid- ney Pills--the same that blr, [~1~'I~ hail. Foster-Milburn Co., Propg., Iltlt'ram, N. Y.--Advt. The l]oston lrenh fisheralet~ ~':;'~ 1:&~ clock at the new fish pier tit ~cntk Boston, desire to go back to otd T w&arL Tim central location of T Wharf ileal' th*t distributing centre and its super!ori*y tu parts of the new pier in certain ~tovms ,t~ advanced as reasot s f n" t m transfer 0!~ ~.h~ part of those who favor it. ............................................................................................. :_~2' ~ ............. innl i i Ilill AND EDGAR TOWN, lVI:ASS. GHOIGE GROGERIES. FRUIT, PROVl8 - HAY AND GRAIN, Agent for Vase's Spring Valley Poultry Farm Product , PROPERTIES FOR SALE i A Fine Cottage on South Water street. C. E. Pease house, North Water street. Chas. Cogswell house, Morse street. A Fine House on North Water street, with a good water front. Two Fine Building Lots on Starbuck's .~eck. Two Houses at Kent Harbor. FURNISHED H Cogswell Boat House. near ltttthhl~ Beach. One House on Pease's Point WAy, A Fine Lot of Land on Upper Main sW~ Cobb Cottage at Starbuck's Ne0k. Fine Cottage House on F~ll~r sit, St, One Nice Building Lot on Chappltqui@~ idick. A Fine Cottage in the North End, A Fine House on South Summer att'tt~ ~USES TO LETF Proprietor and Manager. I II II i I II II I I~ Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, indigestion. Thin blood makes ma~es you weak, I I pale and sickly. For pure blood, sound l Etc, Afl styles and prices, [ digestion, use Burdock Blood Bitters. $I.00 i at all stores.--Advt. | J'oh P. Agent. dqurtown, 1. HOW]gl, Proprietor. 0ealer in Marble and Granite Monuments, Tablets, Headstonna