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,Ib THE VINEYARD GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915. PAQE 6. I ,,: +,, J~ + I I ~ THE KINGSCOTT EOGARTOWN. ! Mrs. Edworth P. Worth Is makmg a I V~l'm ~'m'tn.'~- 4-#~ _~,.~.~ |~ ~ II ~| + + , ] Boston vlsit this week. ] J.I.JUI. ~JI.A~IL~U UU k.~ _.__ ~ .,..,..., ...- -.,- .~-.- f-~" lilY'WallPaper's, afullline. Charles K. ] Mrs. Horace O. IIillman entertained the I *,~ -~-r ~- H () W L 1 -~ ~ Norton, Fuller ~t.--P~dvt. ] Camp-Fire Glr!s oil Tuesday evening, the ] uur ~ew lalne el ~ "--" "'v "-""-"~1 Miss M. B. Patten and Miss Sylvia Pat- ] oecaMon being also in honor of the four- [ ........ 11 /~ | , | , i-~,V,l~ ten, of Watertown, sister al,d niece of Mrs. I teeth birthday of Miss Agnes itoward, I !" ~ ~ ~ ~ A mBw I *o ~a.J.&.~.z~ Jr. ~.., ,~. E. W, HuckiUs, are the Huekins' guests, I Mrs Hil~mn's niece. A joyous evening I I ! i "0 ~ A 1 ilO(ImIi~IDO~ A ~ Cottage street. I was passed, and dainty refreshments were I | ] Nk I | Main Street, Edgartown, Miss Alice Steere, formerly a teacher I served" , i " " v ~... , ......... ~ ,.. .. here is now in Winchendon. I A very pleasant "Evening of Music' I ~O~N ~nN .~ ~ N. J.C. Cottlereale~tateagency+haslettheiwas spent at the Baptist parsonage on] : ND I~111 Ibllll imu~ao v rme mo house of Mrs. Mgtilda Norton, S01 Water I Monday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Royal i ...... alPi~ q14 O M street, toMrs. M. N. MoCurd of Bridge- lare very gracious entertainers aqd the eve- I ~l~lilt ~ pIl~l~ ~1~ ~l~A ii ~v * /U II r, m, port, Conn. -iningwasgreatlyenjyedbyali" [ ~XiIN ~ UlllM Ill i b::btshe3veM;tha:dMtothhe :"ChD-aMyaY'l ant:Capt'andMrs'W'A'Failingcame from |1o45/ NtceFresh Fish. ,]l FVm"l F lull WW, tP Ill [/ ~ -at b-. _,eserved for l~ar- Dorchesmrou Tuesday, and are at their | Wehave TODAY at Louis tI Pease's ,~ ___t.l_ house on North Water street, i~.l.atket, fresh Cod, B/ueli~h, ,But;te,.nsh, ] 'ihey certamly are styhsh and neat. I he paces are lower 81:RiL , PEASE, Manager, ..,.~,,. n " "" v " t "at | Again Honoredby Mill Men i Our New Spring and Summer tIats and ['rimnlq~gs are the ...... O A " - tl~e:ne- Liel~ obvee?Pe3itt~l:d::t:t|;dpot;s:he: | ,From New Bedford Sunday Standard). | latest thing out. Just what you want to ,,,-ear with our suits ' . William M Butler, who was re-elected "1"~"1~'!~1"1"1~'1::~..~ wear a white flower, whLte carnatmn pre- /* | . . .,l..J..l;~,,a'.~-a.-~'-:-'--'--'~ ~ ferred |viee president of the National Assoeiatiou| And say, our hne of N[W SH0[S as about the prettiest )' __,.~,,~,~ ~l~a,.r~,~r~,'~ ,.. " .................. [of Cotton Mamffacturerers at the Boston [we have ever seen Itt~t tltething to ~o with , +MISS J~nzaoem in, marcnan~ is VlSll;lng In . . , " o " ,-, ,, ~~II~ ~r~[~ ...... lconvenuon th,s we,k, ,s one of the most l m'w iDeuEn xarmoul;n. , ~ , . M ---tlP------ - --- |imnortant fi,mres in New ~m, land mdl [ THAT NEW SU|T OR COAT. ]i[0~l)A~ A~D _FRIDAY EVENII~GS Mr. Elmer DeLoura, who has bee,, the/cir~,~sthe president of the three / a, gu sto[ relattvesm New York Ieturned ., ...... .., t eantovnwM~ tick! .,.in.It , , |mills, the Butler, Quissett dud New Bed- | tt fo~:s:,t~(~with the COl;|| NEW SERIAL, 19t , re'a [ t(~(~n)'?: loom~:[ |11,/11,1111 D btore, ,, h; :ru:ll;: P:?d:t:)~t:l )t: :d:::2:d;2~ TUg II/A1f RN][ " , " ~ .g-/ " " neco-] -I, EL~pHON~,4,12 a III]1~ If Ilmrli'~ll~i~v~ t|onal church on Sunday ~ton yarn~ and lithe ~t~n cloth, I " " - p~ ~IPr.EE_N..SEEK~j..... .... Mrs. L.A. Faulkneroa~eon fi'otn Newl Mr. Butlerhascon~mandedpublie atten-] II~l~llll voeev = . ent*aOTnMMlU el [NINIJ APRIL ~Ulfl, tlon m three capocmes, as a htw)e[, a "= BE61NRIN6 FRIDAY EV , Yorkwithin the week to look after her [ '...!. " .' '". "" '. ' ".I mJtlN O/flcnc/+ tutlanuunR, tsJ ...... --~ summer house in the North End. I pontiomn, ann as a nea?iy investor ann [ .... t]~ a ~m f) II_ .... ~ _. ..... Iofficialinanumberoflargecottoumills inl'-" ..... Aa~l'l~dll~ll ~'ll[l~['J[~.l[~ll Mrs. unarms 1~. oanorn returned on [ New England' ]Ie was born in this city in . . ~ill~|ilgim%Jll-- ........ Saturdayfrmavisit with the James A''1861 ,,+.ooo,.o,. FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET AT " Vaughans in Carver. , . . . . , so na nlUO O Imany years chapla,n o, the Seamau sl .. rmmamnrn_ Mr. andMrs. Alexander Pease came|Bethel. He has beeu in politics from the ~ | ~'* P~TT/G'R I~i:'A/ [RT4T[ Ac.l=Nfy ,, im-,V HaS i~ii-, ai~ from Cambridge this week, called by the ] time he was too young to vote, rising in [ ~* ~* ~..~aea-a- ~, uaa-~m., g-,,~m~-~mm- ~-~.~a- ~ ~ een six~y-nve ; ~un- April 1, ll)~m = [ Miss Mary B Athearn of West Tisbur,, HEREOF FAII NOT under the pains and [ meecmgs xor me mx months. ~urmg the I day evenings eight-four; at Sunday school [is ~t Mi~s Jos,mhin,~ ~,,xfora'~ ~- Wo~,~, penaltms of thelaw m thatbehalf provided. [five . uu