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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 5, 1913, Acton, Massachusetts                                 fÀGP ' TWO  WEDNESDAY, MARCH C, t013  To Our Friends and Neighbors  You know ua. You know wc would not—tliat we could not offor'J to —po back on our word. Nor can you afford to ignore nioncy-back-if-uot"Satisficd offer on this splendid laxative.  bIihuIiI hnvn breti ditiiirlk'ri ri'innin l<> imiiion tlic nyiitcni.  Hrailnchdn, l.iliniinnrM*, nrrvnii!>-iirmh nnd other tornii'iitiiiit nml m-ri-oim ill:) nro common wlioii tlm ln.wi'l-i (ail to act daily an rmturn intcwli'il. All tl, in miiy ho avoided, if you will nrmpt our iidvirn.  Wo hoiirptlv brliovn wr.linvo ihn bc.it howi'l rrinrdy over in:i.|.' ill" nioft |>leasnnt-to-tnln\ must permanently l.ciirfirinl Inxittivn (i>r relief from the iiiiHcrii-M und (latiici rn nrii ini: from conitipiitiun.  Wo wouldn't nny tlii'i if no didn't believe it to bo true. Wo wouldn't rink our rrputntion by innLini! rurli olnlenientn <lid jvo not (col xijn.< you would find tliem trim.  Our fnitli l-i built buili on the tmuvlnlRo nf v.-liht Hmall Onlirliii  arc ttituln of mid on obierviuiiin of very innny m.vcrn ennen in which tin y Imvo proven their merit.  Try them at Our Risk  If they do lint abundantly prove their merit with yoti nlmi -if ymi am not entirely Bntln(ied with them -we will rt'fiiuu your money- nml wo will ilo that on your mere Miy-m. Wo don't auk you to rlnli a penny, liii't that fair?  Junt let. tho.howrtn fail in properly doin« their tvotk—-just let their Dction bo delayed and ineompletn and tho entirn nystem mid nverv other ornnn mifTor.n. Wanton that  taite junt liko randy. Tlicy nro KKithini! and rnsy in lu'tinn. Tliey do not enuno uriplni:. iitumca, tiiir«-ilill or executive loosene.ii. i'hey tenil totonenndHtreni'then inte.itinal iu rve.1 mid niuhelen. They promptly relieve constip.-ition, and help to permanently overeomo it.  Itexall Orderlies promote bettor nnirits and'bettor health. In nil of the:'e ihiiiKo they nro vastly Hiiperior to old-fuMliioned, Imriih unit» and other purgative*, which arn not only uiipleniant. til tnlco hut which usually leave tlm bowels in worm condition than before. Wo particularly recommend Hexall Ordcilicn for children, ni'ed and del I en to peri;ona.  Ilei:il| Orderlicfi eoiuo in veit-pocliot tin boxe.i. 1U tablcti, lOo; HO tablets. 25c; 8(1 tablets, fit!o.  CAUTION: l'Iroso benr in mimi tlmt Itexall Orderlies are not sold by all drttE-glsta. You cac buy Roxoll Ordrrlio» only at 'l'ho Hcxall Btorea.  You can buy Itcsall Orderlies in this community only ùt our storo:  P. H. DB LEE Maynard The ^faxaJUL Store Massachusetts  There In a Tteiall Btorn in nenrly overy town atul eity in tho United SIMc*. Conmln nml Grent Britain. There In n different Itexnll Hi'moh' 'nr n"nrly every onlnwiry human 111— each especially ilniiturd for the "iirtlculur 111 lor which it in rccomtncml.-il.  Tho Roxall Stores aro America's Greatest Druz Stores  < . < >  < > < > < > < > < >  < . < >  < > < »  H  MAY, Ar^D  KETO—HELANDER  Pretty Hojnc Wedding At Home cf Brldc'o Brother On<> of tlm pri-tticfi homo wc.l-dlnfTit, which him t:il;i'ii plneo hi .Maynard for n low; time. wu,!i iioloni-nizt'd lit the homo of Mr. mid Mr.i. Wnliio Koto Saturday cvciiIiik :ii ."..i'.o, wlion Minn Hclnil M. KWo w.-ik married to Karl 1». Il.'laulor by liov. I'rcdoriolt N. Iltitau. pastor of tb > Coiif;r<"iatlonal church. In the pros-ciicc of a lartir ntiinbor of n-latlvcs and frlcndn. The nlii|-l'' rim: sorvi!"> wait uni'd. MIbh Mary lliltoiion was briilciiiiuiid and llciim Tuom i wan bc.'il mall.  Tho bride wan mom at tract ive'y r.ewncd In a dreni! of omlnoiilercd  silk net over white, with I...... trim-  mini,'. She carried a bounii' t nl wlilt» rosea. The brldeiimaid won' a cow.i of lavender incimallne and carried a boiutuet of the Hamo flowers. ; At 7 o'clock there wan a reception al whlcl.t over r>0 friends of the bride and Krooni were In atteuilanco. ail of whom took occanlon to wish the yontlK couple health and ha|ipiii< ss In the daya to como.  I .Minn Koto Iuih been a rosiilont "!' i till" town for the past seven yearn 'and conductn a drenfiniakim: estab-| llnhinont. She in a Hlntcr of Walno Kcto, the tonic maniifactnrer. ami '.h very popular amoni; a lari:c cir:'!<-; of friends. Mr. Helander is employed at the power house at the mill, where lie Ih a fireman. I'e In a member or Maynard loclRe, I. O. O. R. anil eti-IJoyn much popularity. Mr. and Mrs. j llolnniler wore the recipient« of a , ..nntlnome array of presents, Inclinl-iiiK Hllver, china, linen anil furniture. Tlioy will reside for the present ar tho home of Mr. anil Mrs. Walno Kcto.  tälia: uh  H'iuse Painters and Decorators  TOO SPEEDY for CONCORD  Every tiling In the Paint Line^-Dealers in Window Glass, Paints Oils and yarnislics  Grant Street,  Concord. Mass. Telephone 204-2  Assabet Institutio  <  ^BB^.MAVNARD, MASS.  Business Hours lO a. m. to SO p. m.  Also 7 to S p. in. Frill it y." nini ¡5 tu 1 p. mi. Saturdays  INVESTMENT BOARD  (»..!. Hotllish (l. 11. l'cisims S. 1{. Kit.-lieii A. (jr. Ila.vnoH (). S. Fowler  Concr.rd wan no match for the fast travclinc Maynard bowling team .in tho .Maynard alley« Friday oven in,':, when bv a marcili of moro than 1'.') pina the local boya clinched an easy victory. The Maynard team was i i lino form, an Is indicated by its lino striti« ol' l:!i!7. Blllott wan hljili roller for both teatnn with a three string record or while onr old friends, Henry Price pushed him hard, only «even pina to the rear. Unifier and .lenninns were in good form for the vlsllorn, low rolling by Mannlleld and .Murray kcophiR tlic totals down.  The score:  I  0 #  1 «  # ©  o  <3> O  Just ¡it this tiinc of tin.' year there are d«-. mauds for procerieB of a snecial nature more or less. Ytm wdl find this sl.iiv t.-ijnipped with the b- st in all lines at all limes and answering all demands tlin may lie made n on >1. All onr groi-Ties arc of I he best, and aiv prirei vcrv imv 1 f yon would 1 ry ! 'i i-wo Id eoi:ie aiiain  I II!<'  Mm lo-operebv(  Main Street  Sfere  May na cd  O O O o o o 0 <0 o  o  «§>  o  0 o o  o ^  0  #  # #         MAYNARD          I Ililli'tt . . .    ....... S7    or.    IO,".—2S7      ; Mattson ..    ...... 101    8!)    88—278      I ['rice .....    ...... 102    88    AO—28)      j l.l'HilKO ...    ....... !»ll    88    SO—2ÖS      I.vncii    ....... sr.    8!i    nil—2i;i      I    n;r.    11 ::    r.9--i:!f.7      !    CONCORD              I .IcnniiißB .    ....... SO    !»r.    81—2.-.J      ManslloUl .    ....... SI!    78    C.7—22S      i .Mcfìrath .    ....... SI    7S    0.1—252      j Murray ..    ....... Nl    "li    SI—211      HUIroi- ...    ....... sr.    08    80—20:!          111!    I2. r .    •I0n--I2i:i     EXCITING RUNAWAY  ❖ X  :  MBING AND  EXCITING RUNAWAY  A horse belonging to K. II. Hutlcr of Sijdbury, which was ntanding oa Naaon nt. Friday afternoon, started to run, belnc; friRhtened, when i blanket wan thrown over another horse standing close by. The horse ran into the order team of William I'ricst, breaking a shaft on the wagon and also breaking the harness. It continued to run and turning the corner continued up Summer :>i. when it wan caught with no further damage.  NEW BARN TO BE BUILT  Ground was broken during the week lor the new barn, which la 'o bo built by the American Powder Co. to replacc the one recently destroyed by lire. It is to lie situated on the opposite niile of the street. The site cf the building will be finite a little distance from the street. It will liavc all the modern improvements and will be built up to date and 'n tho most approved style.  Let \le Figure on Your Work  «  i «  +  o «  # 240 Mai" St., Concord Jet, Tel. Con. J  J . . , . O  V /S,  o ii—^ °  The WILSON  R. I-. ^ ilson Prop. T. A. Wilson Mgr.  Opp. Fitchbiirjr Depot, Concord  Red Blrcli, Fdflc. I'nd Fine lit n.i j:, Ttll L;i:c r: 1 11 e, Tortlan Cement. Bricks and Beach Sand. Hun, Nails, Lead, Zinc, Roofing Paper, Tarred Paper, Sheathing, etc.  ALI. FLOimiNCiS KEPT IJNDEW l uU Line of Loewc P»roL-. Paint  HE KNOWS ADVERTISING PAYS  Albert W. ilayr.es of the Arm of \V. A. llaviii h Cu. stated to an Enterprise reporter that aa a result of recent advertisements in The Enterprise. he sold two horses, a house 011 Thompson st.. and two automobiles, which is going some even for thU progressive tinu.  A BIG COMPLIMENT  While Howard Jamlesoii did not get a place in the games of the N". 'C. championships Friday evening in Mechanics hull. Boston, in justice to the local sprinter, it may lie said his ability is so highly , thought of aa a sprinter that the handicappers only gave him ono half foot on the colored wonder. Drew of Sprlnglleld. This is paying him a very high compliment indeed.  masquerade a success  <1 'V  1  irUil  15 names added  Liai  ci::jions and juniors successful in their sale  EntSi>|: .ir.nr.cn'.«, Cc;: r.iicns and  Supper. Al! Freely Complimented  The tfinloi- and junior Hid high school c.imhincil I.it 'Thursday, I'riday ami ''.enllign and Saninl:n >11 Arremb'y hail of ¡he bitli ¡.«'Imo! | biii'ding. The nlT'.iir ivai 1 ■■> taise ad-j •ti'fonai funds lor tin- W-i trip or the senior da. :< :■•' I ce:-s which graceil the «.cca-its presence tells of 1-1:11 <■ t a tbe fund in (|ue.stloii. Tl" "I'd decorations were  i-la.'-ses 01' in run a. Saturday' ■ •ni. mi !n  sliinglon  ¡1"' Sl!.'-  on with' ! .lid !n lioo'hs i-1 v con-  :•( Iveil, the four seasmis lii'iim reprc-. rented by four boot lis. while the class' colors, rr:l and white, wen- combined to decorate the hall very anr;ictlvrv ly.  Tiiere were entertaiiinieiiis on each evening, while-.the booths were liberally pntroni/.ed 011 nil  1,1  t'» 1 ' free evenings and also Saturday ■I'ternonn. Thursday eveiiim; and Saturday evenings the concert was the same, consisting of selections by the high school orchestra and a se-r'es of tableaux representing the old time songs.  Tlie following subjects were reprc-i-r-i'.d bv these pupils: "Solomon i r- l." farl Marsh; "Tenting To-"¡«lit." Misses Emma (iiilllow and l?lla Springer. Claude Halre and Kd-v.-a nl Coughlan: "Love's Oiil Sweet Song," Miss Until Smith and Wilfred Hooper fold couple), Miss Mildred Connor and Hftgh Connor (young nouplri: .Innnita, Miss Helen Cough-Mil nml Ralph Cheney; "Clil »lack ■Tor," Ralph Newton: "Coming Thro' the Rye," and "Annie Laurie," Miss May l'arkin: "Kathleen Mavour-nern" and "Come Hack to Erin," Miss Marion Sullivan: "She of the Merry Heart," Mary Hodges and Clauilo Halre.  The soloists were Misses Genevieve Coughlin. Irene O'Donnell, r;race Parkin, Gertrude Doyle anil lames I'arrell, assisted by a chorus from the two upper classes.  Fridfly evening there was a snappy entertainment, including a skctch by Will red Hooper and Frank Binks. fo!-•-wcil by a lecture oa "Washington.' by Principal Chester of the high school, stereopticon slides being used id illustrate, followed by solos by Miss Irene O'Donnell.  Saturday afternoon a Vlctrola concert was given by Herbert Law ton through the courtesy of Frank E. Sanderson, who was in charge of C. II. Person's store during Mr. Person's absence I" tbe south.  Salniilay evening from 5 to 7.30 ail . vce -1 c:it supper was served and proved to be one of the features 01 • ie lair. The four seasons were represented llirouuh the medium o. uandsomely decorated booths. Winter was represented by an Eanuim" nut. true to nature, and presided ov-by Misses Marion Sullivan and May 'parkin, who sold "mysteries": autuni:! was represented by a grape arbor with its ripe and'luscious fruit mil was ¡11 charge of Misses Emma  >1 Ml'-.-v and F.Pa Springer. Food ami ,,.;„„. juice ^ere sold at this booth.  \ Circe'; cmiile repri v i('iv'(id tl"'  tUil!.1 e 1 se.i.-.oll .111 ii eulidy :UUl 'piliU.-were sold by Misses Mildred Connor mil Helen Coughlin. while a rustic ;ai(Ln i'lvpleiidaM  r. :>r<': llodg  of Citizc.n Who Have Been Acldocl to the Voting Llot I The last, meeting or the hoard of VERY j ii ghitrars was held at tho rooms of j (In selectmen from Saturday noaii | until 111 o'clock Saturday evening. , There were 1". names added to the Hs 8 making the total number for ! their three sittings :•„-,. There were | no ladles added to the list this year. \ The total vote is now 1 OrSl!, which in | an incrnuie of 15 over last year, and ¡is the hlglust mark ever attained in | 'lie Iowa. There were 20 names stricken from the list, owing to the leatlis and removals.  The following is the list of now voters added: Kniest Ilul lerwortli. !i:! Summer St.. .loin P. Drown, L'u Summer sl., John Hitrns. Xa.vlor ct., .las. Holt .11 l'lne St.. George 11. Hartford, 11 I'ercival st., Robert G\ Jackson. I'.veretl. St., Thomas King, McKia-St., James W. Kane. 2K Parker Andrew Ii. MeDonougli, Summc' Cornollus J. Murphy, 12 GarflcM William O'Connor, Main st.. Dan-F'uffer, Main St., Alliert Priest. Walcott St., Charles Spcnce, Main st . Oscar T. Sawyer, !l Gariield st., Geo. Storkwell, 21 Parker st., Frank K. Smith, 20 Summer fit., Frank DeMars. IVrcival St., William Somerville, Main st„ Edward R. Toop, Acton st., Antonio Veleno,' Walnut st., Charles H.' Wilcox, 12 Brooks st., Ernest II. \V( therhee, Sudbury st., Harold P. Marsh, Ii! McKinley st., I)r. Samuel B. Reed, Nason St., George Lesag", \cton St., Harry Boothroyd, Thompson st., Richard F. Crowley, Pine st.. Frank C. Smith, Main st., Edward P. Byrne-, Waltham st., Joseph O'Brion. 'ilin St.. Charles Emery, . r i2 Nason St., ■'atrick McCarthy, High st.  Two names were added conditionally, but will be found satisfactory, ,0 doubt, within the week.  ley  ■t.. iel  congregational church  Pastor, Rev. Frederic N. Untali. Midweek service, Wednesday 7.110 n. in. Subject: "The Kingdom of God for the Hungry." Sunday morniiv.; worship at 10.in. At 12 o'clock tie\t fumlay the men and the older boys classes of the Methodist and Congregational churches will be addressed In the auditorium of the Congregational church by the Rev. John F Brant, D. D„ secretary of the International Reform Bureau, who will speak 011 the subject: "How to have 1 clean town or city." At vespers 'here will ho an organ recital beginning at 1.1.". The subject of the address will be "Temperance." In the evening at 7 o'clock the Congrem-tion will unite in a service in the Methodist church.  Tuesday, March 11. the Men's Fraternal League will hold Its regular ■ivnthly meeting in the vestry of the church.  Wednesday, March 12 at 8 o'clock 'he l.eaguo will givo tho concert in cooperative hall with the following •ali-ut: Miss Erdine Cowlishaw, reader. ¡11 Barrio play, "Alice Sit-by-tlie-Fire." Miss N'Ita Cowlishaw, soprano, in somis by Bizet and others: Elmer ■'r.-.'.vford /'dams, the violinist in ild-»(■ musicami Roland W. Hayes, telili-, the "Colored Caruso," in negri mil Indian folk songs, and grand ipera selections. Tickets are HHc, ex-•hnngeablo at Dwinell's drug store 'or reserved seats.  Mary el't't -biiien' Another 1 if Madame importili frnin pensc to re. ea The ni'-mlier held forth 111 hall and sold 1 bring attrai-tiv Junior coloi-Maud I. Do'an. contributed un  large fund tistic decoi  ¡11 building uu-nt. I spring. Misses , and Ruth Smith sold  a ; ¡his booth, atnre was the presence \/ra '¡Uittana, who was, Unnico at a great ex-; the future.  01 the junior class ., room adjoining the . icsiiments, the room eiv decorateli In the ■léeii and white. Miss instructor of drawing.  tintodly from lior talent to produce urns while Supt. of  Schools Brick and Principal Chester >f the high m .iooI worked very hard to attain snee. for the event. The entire affair passed off very  ly and indirai time and ■ t;■ : members oi  •ior classe.  uses it a:  smooth the expenditure of most liberally the senior  and  by ju-  object lesson  Uamre  Kenneth ii-, rocclit Republican en called to the at-•publican state com-Batley of the local •w serving ¡is cdltor-, sundry "standpaf ,ject lesson as to the ,, f  the progressives 1 fact the incident „ „ote only on ac  The maiKiuerado liall in Cooper.i-tive hall l'riday evetiing umbr '.'i.-auspices of the National band proved to bc an unquaHflcd succcss. botli ti 1-aneially and tioclallv. The llrst pri-.e wau woii liy Onni Saarii. n preseir-ing a Marathon runner, lie carry lag out tlio pari by running'contiiniously for 011c 1iour. Itapi "Hunka was tho wltiner of the secotld prize, posing as au orphan in a most pathetic 111:1:1-ilf-r.  The  in votili:: a 1  "1 caucus ha 1 . 1 ■ •ention 01 li lllittee by Aib- : t committee. :i ■ ini nilteria! i'or papers. ¡^ an total depravi As a matter  seems worth. ... _____  count of Mr. namren's olllclal position with Hie I'rogrcssivo party.  It is generally known' tli^t , Mr.  whatever scruples  V 1 ' ! l'. Ol.iiME UP LmIcR  ....... . ii-' 1... L tin: I .1 oil tl ().  h. inpson did not receive word from tlie ollieials oi ¡he American Woolen onip;:i:y in time relative to the pro- 1  o s * * ( 1 artici«-, n ilici- was to be i'l--ertcd in the town warrant for tli.i '.>'.'. n ineetim: of next Monday for a:i 1 Pl-ropriation .1' money to be used '•e the buiiil'iiu: of a bridge over the Assabet river at Florida court, the natter will be laid over lor the con-; deration oi the voters at tho April iieitiu';. There is no doubt as to lie altitude ot the mill olllctals. so ■ hat tin dela'. is of 110 moment, whatever.  Miss Lena l.oiikka has accepted .1 position ill S;e:;, |'s stoYe, IloStUi). mil began her duties there Monda).  Owing to the increasing busitiest  ; n the bakery department at the A.  T. Haynes Co. i-tor. been found tun s- : larger type i.u-n o pattern, which will l>. next week.  Louis Hiiunon. in, h ills home on Walnai . ¡, ■=0 far recovi v. .I i„ . ties in the mill. Mnnday ¡laillful accident Thür., "omlng into the 1,. .i " h the ice. which eow-P d • •I falling received ... ■ye. which required lour  Thomas Chidh-y has 'n the wet linishing ile the mill.  Main st., it has to install a the Middlebury I.e .lone early  ■ been ill at and who has  ■ttae his d'.t-  ni'-i with a When " 1 lipped on I" .-tcji and ••:> over one  I itches. g |l!  through paument at.  temperance rally for  Oanireii saerilued  in the matte, the interest-  Mr. Hat ley « r ! ghts in que  so premfnent a party, luit from U '1 i n "The  ton still live.. "  •'h.irb's bridge visited Helfet'lian du " til» woc-k.  he might have had .11 Al friendship. . withiii h's (ircHfiice of member "ijf "pother recent dispat'ches sv-f ■i-nineiit  ■ I pcriron of cours  ioiiing'tiiv  at Wasliing-  ICmorBon  Mr.  of C'avn-William y part of  men  Geor;;c W. Allien of Brockton will bp tlie second speaker, who will address the voters of Maynard at the temperane rally in Cooperative hall Sunday evening at 7 p. m lie V-an eloquent and forceful speaker and will he the speaker, represent in:-, ih" Mass. No License league. The ,„- lM . ugemciH wish to state that this ,a|. Iv will Tie tor men only. it i ;   by St. Brid",efr. 'I  conduct I ance : o.  in  ■nip  Miss i;ii,-.;i|ie.tb the and tin ceni to perform her to a  arpenter of i;,,, store was unahlc clerical duties owing f" cold which kept her in door;, c-arlv in the w,-k.k.  cjpp fri w  damili Id dy         rr    M  ICTf      sya    ti o    M     l'ut'.¡11-I .1 tipi::!- 11' whili' li > iMiii ii'iMtes sonni poinH for yoiir ciiii-'i'l"iat ioti 11- iiav.- iIum'c i* M'mlit.v in lìsli j««t as thero ¡si i|tiality in dollies—!i ( . savs 111 ■ • 1-.■ i- vaine in fiÌ« lite sanie uh in ¡iny . I liei 1  (.•Mininoli itv ami lini ili" Imihi'il'c jIpuiM show tlnj sanie -liieWiliiiH- in lui , in;.; li h Ili.it is -ii iwn ¡nuli otlicr Itotl-iH Imi ;.!ifvinse-:. calili oli-i lenii i'111 ut the lisll i|U(»RtÌ()ti wiil 1 ali \ 'II 1.. 1 lii ; market ulliTctlu' lisi» valtU'S art' tilt'-,l)C3t.  Claremce  Nasor. und Summer Streets Maynard..  al Lower  Warm Weather has done it. Also better,  cleaner coal  I 0 »IIIlB Concord Junction, Mass  h,  PLUilil  6753 £!ä3 tM . ■ -ri  C/J  Concord Junction, Hass.  h3P  iLd UN^q  .!I'4/-1'jì;  South Actors Coai and Lumber Co.  -- iK'tlllTS ill- •  COAL. LÌMI:, CEPAENT AND bRÌClc'  Also in I'lasli'in ¡mil Western Lumber and Building insiteriii! <»!'¡ill kiml*. ¡Southern Ihird Pine Sheathing and liuish. i'leiiM- uive u>- a' eliance , to quote priqes. Fixities to order at snort no', iee. ,,.. .  SOUTH ACTON COAL & LUMBER CO!. -  P. Flctchcr. Gen. Manager. South Acton. MaGo;  IRill I  STANDARD  Wear Hul)-Mar!c  FIRST QUALIT1  Rubbers Thio Winta  "Standard first quality" 1r.er.n3 that after 60 yeoso df ekpe« nience it is the Standard estublhh.ed by us for first quality an-every rubber is branded with tho "Hub-Mark."  Hub-Mark Rubbers are constructed and the compound.p\it. . together to give the best possil service under all conditions, and still be sold at a price thai will permit everyone to'.wear" 'them and get the maximum rcti.- t. for his money. They cdsi no more than any firEi-class rubber Try them.  :1   Hub-Mark Rubbers are made in all .tvles and for all purposes. .;  The Hub-Mark is your Value-Mar!;. . "  . . v/ yoi'-'i' dealer cannot supply you, write us. - - a* !.- ., •  'BOSTON ^yBBEi^ SC-SOS ElalieW;, Wass.  WlieLm You Want Electrical W : ork :  „Well Done 0 o  When You Want it Done Cheaply • When You Want It Done Promptly  ......CALL ON .....  & ¡Te*  Toi. 248-2 Concord Jet., Mass. Tel. 204-  BRONZE CO.,  Hrid^port, Conn.  Manufacturers of White Bronze Monuments I  Costs Less than Marble or Granite and is Everlasting  lepreseated by W. E. Chaplin, 347 Main Sfei, Concord Junction, Mass. ' "   

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