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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 7, 1913, Acton, Massachusetts                                 «-AGE TWO  WEDNE3DAY, MAY 7, 1013  Don't Walt for ttie Wood to Show Before Yon  Postponing paintin;; is like puttine ofF payment of tcu:c3. You aic only piling up expense. The wise n:an painto olten, so thai ihfcro ¡3 always a prot:v.i".nc f>iin of puts. between hi: house and the clement;;. The more durable th^ paint, the ic:; often this niui: be done.  if'O'-t durable paint in the world is  WHITE LEAD RED SEAL  (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark)  and Pure Linseed Oil  when mixed to suit. t!:c conditions of the wood All good puihtcrs do it this way. Make sure that yours ^does¡ it, too, and that he uses Dutch Boy w hite lead and linseed oil.  Drop in ;it our store and get our "Painting Points," containing valuable suggestions on selecting color schemes for inside and outside your home.  THOS. F. PARKER MAYNARD  Have Purchased  .....tin' en I ire ....  Paint, Stoc s, Ladders, Falls and Good Will  of tlie Painting and Decorating business of tlie late  EDWARD CLAHANE  of ;*f> Waldou St., Concord. This Hloclc <ioii.si.stB only of high grade Varnishes, lOnamelN. Wall Finishes. Paints, Colnfs and (iiuirautml Puint matcritilH  WeeoUeifc the patronage of gMr. Olaliane's fur-mt-r .nistoiners who drshv first class work.  House Palntors and Decorators Grant St., Concord Tela. 204-2, 116*2  . MAYNARD  SECOND APPEARANCE |  White Musical Review Company Again Qlvea Fine ProQrnm  There wns'a fair crowd present in Cooperntlvo lmll Wednesday ovening, \vh<:i under the auspices of the Maynard brass band tho White Musical Review Co. mndo Its necond appearance hero thin season. The program was tlio name a» given hero on the previous occasion, but wan none the I em enjoyable an each of the eizlit young ladies in the company pocsr.in grace, beauty and talent, i combination, which in ever pleadnr; to entertainment lovern.  Tho company appeared as the Wo-luati'i! elub of Symphony City, having a dress rehearsal. The concert Included voeal and Instrumental »election» and readings all ......... the  highest possible order. MIsji Fowler, the render, who made hiicIi a Hplen-dld Impression hero on her firat appearance, emphnslzed her claimn to ponlnrlty by cleverly rendering hcv-era I selections In a thoroughly Inimitable manner, which won the enthusiastic approval of the audience at oncn.  The several selection» Riven by members of the company in costume wero also very pleasing, while each number on the varied program blended perfectly with the happy Idea upon which the diversified program was founded.  Tho presentation of Mexico, the op-ruing number by the entire company was especially worthy of notice a« wero tho selections of Miss Brooks, the violinist.  As each of the company appeared sue was made to feel that she was In the midst, of frlemlB and enthusiastic and appreciative friends at that, so In order to please so kindly an audience tho young ladles exerted themselves to the utmost with the result that a most pleasing evening of pleas-lire followed.  There were no weak spots In the program as arranged and 110 doubt the company In a new program next season will fltid just as hearty a welcome awaiting them as that accorded them on their two appearances here the past BcaBon.  While members of tho band probably did not realize heavily financially upon (lie concert, tliey should be pleased with the thought that tliev lmvo given those attending an evening of rare pleasure.  hall under the direction of Victor Murmi and headed by the imairi hand paraded the principal ntreeti of the town. There were five divisions.  At^tho hall the crowd wns addressed outaido by .i. \V. Muogreavo of Boston, who wan hero under tho nufjpicoB of tho English speaking society and Inside \V. Boman of Fltch-burg opoko ln tho Finnish languago.  MASQUERADE WHIST PARTY  A masquerade whist party, nome-• hing novel and unhiue. tool: place Wednesday evening nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Toop, Acton st., and proved to be one of the social successes of the season from every standpoint. All of the guests were  !  PLUMBING AND  HE, A TING  Let Me Figure on Your WorK  GILO. E. KEITH  240 Main St., Concord Jet , Tel. Con.  Summer Hill Poulrry Yards  J. O. THOMPSON, Prop.  Barred Plymouth Rocks Cockerel and Pullet Mating Also Utility White Leg Horn Eggs For Sale  John O. Thomson  SUMMER STREET - - MAYNARD  HARD ON WOOLEN BUSINESS  Nasonvlllc Mlllo Gone Into Inoolven-cy—Fear Other Mlllo Will Follow  Tho Nasonvlllo woolen mills In Rhode Island have gone Into voluntary Insolvency and a receiver baa been appointed to wind up the business because of the opinion of the management that it cannot be continued with till.- tariff revised as proposed at Washington. Tho mills had a surplus of over $03,000 at the beginning of the year, but the long toboggan slide looked too hard for that amount of money and 125 people lose their employment in the manufacture of woolen goods.  Tho above Item seems to indicate tlint there is considerable truth In tho "tariff" story printed in The Enterprise last week which wan widely read and commented upon. It Is stated on good authority that tho American Woolen Co. Is highly apprehensive of tho pending legislation and loolt forward to marked depression and even nn entire shut down of many of Its mills for a tlmo at least with a general reduction in wages also immiment.  If tho Democratic leaders had arranged for a gradual reduction, covering a period of several years, giving American manufacturers nn opportunity to readjust their business to meet changing conditions created by Increased competition that dam-ago done might be discounted to a great oxtent. But to have to stand for having the prop lcnoclted from under all nt once, is rather a hard strain to undergo and at present It looks as 1f nothing' could prevent an extremely dull summer in the woolen business.  Pure Ice Cream  is  Good forYou  When the cream contains the proper amount of butter f:tt — the tluvoia and extracts pure—every plate Is as nutritious and wholesome as any article of food you can eat. Hut be sure of its purity. You |;et ice ere.nn of yuarantte.i purity you ask for  Jerse; Ice Cream  —the kind made of only pure, rich, tested cream, the purest flavors and extracts and the finest quality cane sugar. Our 18 year ;' experience and unsurpassed faciliticsof manufacture assure you ice cream of refreshing deliclousness and all-round goodness, ouperior to the most exacting requirements of the State and Federal Pure Food Laws.  Looh for the Jersey sian At all leading draffffista' and confectioners' By the plata or package  JERSEY ICE CREAM CO. Lawrcnee, Mass. FOR SALE DY  Woodward and Ghlkas, Hudson  E. B. Lucia, Hudson  F. S. Fearns, Maynard  S. Bartholomeo, Concord  attired in co?iumei and certainly tho olght wan a pretty one indeed and reflected some very clover ideao on tho part of the participants. ,  Whist was enjoyed and nn no on^ knew tfiplr parner, everybody wan extremely careful not to chide their partner for a wrong play.  Aftor playing for an hour tho unV masking took place, when the follow ing persons wero recognized: Miss May Nelson Queen of Hearts, Ml»» Sadie Stitt an antique grandmother, Miss Grace Bishop Bohemian girl, MIbb Mabel Bishop witch, Mlco Beatrice Taylor fortune teller, Mi83 Ben-trice Sunderland Japanene lady, Mis:? Mary Bromweil chambermaid, Ethel Parkin servant. Miss o'a Per ry fancy, Mlsn Inez Toop jacluoae, Walter Dennlston colored grandma] Harry Andrews colored mammy, Raymond Jones, olid mnn, Hverett. Toiip chinaman, Percy Woods chauffeur, Lloyd Wnlker sailor, Robert Harvest a marine, Roy Nelson n clown, Frank-Taylor French bell hoy. The following prizes were awarded: First ladles' Miss Rthel Parkin; second, Miss Beatrice Sunderland; consolation. Miss May Nelson; gentlemen's (list, Robert Hm-vest: second, Walter Dennlston; consolation, Percy Woods. Refreshments were served during the evening and a soclnl hour enjoyed by nil conspiring to make the evening one of rare delight to those fortunate enough to be In attendance. MIhs Inez Toop acted as hostess for the evening and acquitted herself charmingly Indeed.  IDEAL HOUSE FLANS  100 DESIGNS FOR $1.00  If you ¡ire thinking of building send for this lumi;, sidoi'I u plan that snits y<m. see t lie interior as it would realIv Inni;, luivo everything right before jou start'—almost «-very type of plan, almost every attractiveii»teruir i^ represented in ihis hook, lieviti.the pictures and tloor plans, each design is briefly dcsei'ilieil and estimated, the estimate being Boston priees. This book is designed especially l'or Eastern People. Send for a copy today  lOO.d&ignH with hard eoveis................81.00  100 <lè&igns with flexible covers............. 1.00  IN FLOURISHING CONDITION  The annual meeting of tho Ladles' Poncvolent society took placo Thurs day afternoon in the vestry of the Congregational cliurcli and was large ly attended. Tho reports of tlie va rtoua committees wero read and showed the society to be in a flour Islilng condition. The annual elec tlon then look placo and rosulted as follows: Mrs. Mary McCleary, prcsl dent: Mrs. George Newton, vico pre: Ident; Mrs o. S. Fowler, secretary: Mrs. (Savlu Taylor, treasurer: Mrs Charlotte liutun, Mrs. Helen Bent Curtis, Mrs. Augustus Newton, Mrs John I.awton and Mrs. Edward Neal e.v, executive committee; Mrs. Fred Sims, Mrs. Fred Maynard. Mrs. John Lawton ami Mrs. Franlclln P. Flags custodians; Mrs. George Newton and Mrs. (iavln Taylor, relief committee.  Following tho business of the after noon social wan enjoyed by the members, after which they enjoyed a bounteous supper, served by committee, which Included Mrs. Geo Newton, chairman. Mrs. A. L. Morse Mth. Fred Hayward, Mrs. Edward Nealey and Mrs. Frederick N. Rutan  Heal Cuts  wlthiiut Oiut^'roun lu'ab.t, Al ;nrnm | anil uuuiiUm of every dticrlnttou: I burri'i, oca lit 3, galia, grc:uo neelj> I cracks In t tie akin. For this purpose not Ul vtjuuU  -lis, Healing Ointment  or Healing Powder j  Equally rroo<l for rnaa or bcaat. Doth Ointment miU 2'owUer are widely used la homes of refinement. iSc. S4c. Sample mailed for 2c.  "Your money back If it falls" Htock Hook FREE Gel Pratt« Pfoiii.fchatlnu Uooklet oar product* arc sold by dealers rvcry where, or  B. W. BROWN, Concord  W. A. HAYNES CO., Maynard Bedford Coal & Grain Co., Bedford TUTTLE & NEWTON, South Acton  C. A. PARMENTER & CO., 3. Sudbury CONANT &. CO., Littlotpn C. H. MEAD & CO., W. Acton  Everybody Likes It  Coffee Jelly  Is a welcome doll o.icj- in Roy home. If It Is nmdu from PlyniODtb Itoclc t'olfeo Jolly Coin* pound, its delightful flavor nJiia znst ami perfect satis, faction to a meal.  Plymouth RocK COFFEE JELLY)  Compound  [ contains |,irro «near.beat cofloo.olioloost ticlriime, :urd nothing olae. To malto jolly, *lm|)lv 1..M ImUUiR writ or <n pint to u iiacKiiuiM Put It In u cool placo to harden. Thi n- Id no sediment. No strnihiti?. a clear jelly; beautiful to lunli u and lu ttor to eat. aom> v.!t;i cic:;ni and eugar. Uvorybody lilies It.   L  All Grocers, 10 Cents  i   I( >-.iiir (.toimt doceti't sell t'lir-ni"iuii II..I-I; Cottoo Jelly i om-I"ranj. i.cii'1 us hla nauie oua  in .....it* mid wo will BinU  "i fuli-idicd |»»clrn(re. ■ >-t:it:<- imtil. l'ljruwuU» lioek uelntlnu Co., lluatuu, Mul.  nIOIBS 1  vSIX HONTHSi  .Oh gee; laintit^ood  W«doo r ««Äjoato  1^,1, thi» truly won-iderful feed will do 1(0, youä m I« «ear own chicliei» •I oar espsMo IfU  m*  PÀgKWHARD feeds  ALUMNI DANCE  Pretty Party Held to Raleo Funds for Reunion  A committee of tho Hlgb School Alumni Association conducted n dance In Cooperative hall Thursday evening, which well deserves a placo high up with tho social successes achieved during the past season.  The purpose of the dance was to raise funds for the annual reunion of the association which takes placo in June and 111 tills purpose It was eminently successful for the hall was thronged with n large crowd of merry dancer.s from tlil3 and many of tho surrounding towns.  Tho party was a pretty one, the In-genlty of the committee in the decorating art serving to enhance tho pleasant picture formed by the pretty gowns of the ladles present; Tlie orchestra was seated behind vnrlous colored lattice work, the scheme being unique nnd very effective Indeed, the entire stage tysing enclosed in lattice worlt, thus forming n very pretty scene.  Lawton's orchestra furnished music during the evening, which, was generally voted to bo one of unqualified pleasure.  The floor was In charge of .Tames Farrell, assisted by Vincent Sweeney, and Leslie Sims. The success of the evening was due to tho u;iUnim work of a comtniLtee, Includliii; Mrs. Nellie H ill noli, Mrs. Frank 13, Sanderson, Misses lreno Martin, Theresa Heffernan, Rthel Buttenvortli, Vincent Sweeney, .lames Farrell and Leslie Sims.  Concord Junction, /lass.  COAL, LIME,  Also in Eastern and material of all kinds.  -Dealers in--  CEMENT AND BRICK  Western Lumber and Building Southern Hard Pine Sheathing  and finish. Please give us a chance to quote prices" Frames to order at. shoi t notice.  MANY PAY LAST TRIBUTES  SOUTH ACTON COAL & LUMBER CO.  P. Fletcher, aon. Manager, South Acton. Macs.  i Want Electrical Work »„Well Done.o  When You Want it Done Cheaply When You Want it Done Promptly  ......CALL ON......  ROBERT M. PREHTSSS  Tel. 248-2 Concord Jet., Mass. Tol. 204-  Magnificent Floral Tributes Sent By  Sorrowing Friends of Alexander Veitch  The funeral of Alexander Veltcli, which occurred Friday afternoon, was the occasion of a great outpouring of townspeople, regardless of class or creed. The services were conducted by Rev. Frederick N. Rutan of tho Congregational church. Tho servlc- ( es were extremely simplo, thero being no singing, the marked simplicity of the services nelng in accord with the life of «.lie doceased.  Following the services burial was in Glenwood cemetery. Tho benr-ers wero Supt. Morris Herbert, James Hall, overseer of the carding department, Thomas Deane, overseer of tlie finishing department, James Baxter, overseer of the spinning department, representing tho Assabet mills, William H. Gutteridge and P. J. Sullivan, representing Assabot council, R. A.  The floral tributes were probably the most inamilllcent ever seen In Maynard ami Included an overflowing urn from the general overseers of tlie mill, a broken circle from tho ofllce help and assistant overseora under his Jurisdiction, a closed book from the main ofllce help and a profusion of tributes from his many friends In towh and also from friends nnd relatives In I.awronce, T/jwell, Clove-land, O.. Hnllardvalo. Moosup, Conn., Ilolyoke and .other places.  ORDER IN ADVANCE  The Enterprise regrets tliat owing to the great demand for papers last week, the supply was early exhausted and many peopli- desiring to obtnln a copy were nimble to do so. The beat way to be sure of obtaining n copy each week is to subscribe for the paper nt $1 a year and thus be assillili of always receiving n copy and not missing any of the good things it contains.  W. F. Barlow Jr a|  Architect  80 North Main St.» Brockton, Mass.  SOCIALISTS PARADE  About 350 Socialists were in line Thursday evening In observance of j the day, May'l. which is tho International Labor day of tho Socialists. Tho parade formed at the Parker st.  DOES FINE WORK  Richard Allen, Thompson at., lias been busily engaged in beautifying a number of lawns aiul has established a sterling reputation as a landscape arust. So clever are his Ideas both in conception and execution that he has already received offors to go to work in that line of business. Mr. Allen served an apprenticeship In  Marlboro Grain Co., Marlboro, Mass. Bedford Coal & Grain Co., Bedford  SbL^St^ord  JC  |  George H. Reed, South Acton, Mass. <"> « « ««paro time to a great e*-  Francis Wrloht" Favvllle, Maes.  , / nl fnr  Pleasure that bo secures  i-rancia wripht. Fayvi»«,  from p , clflant ollt(]o0r wor , c   Easter  and Flowers  We have tlie llnest lot of Kastor Plants and Flower« ever seen in Concord. He sure and see tliein before ordering elsewlier.).  Our specialties arc Kaster Lilien, (Jeiiestn, Uo.ses, IIv<lrani.'ens, Tulips, Daffodils. '  Orders by .Mail and Telephone promptly attended to  Telephone 154-2  The WIL  Concord, Mass.  UMBER GO  i  R. L. Wilson Prop. T. A. Wilson Mgr.  Opp. Fitch bur}? Depot, Concord Red Birch, Maple, Hard Piuc Flcciings, Full Line of Lime, Portlan Cement. Bricks and Bench Sand, Hair, Nails, Lead, Zinc, Roofing Paper, Tarred Paper, ; Sheathing etc.  ALL FLOORINGS KEPT UNDER HEAT Full L ,ine of Loewe Bros. Paints  To Have One's Picture Taken  is not a mark of vanity; it is just a natural regard for the wishes of our friends and those who love us. LET US make a portrait of you that will show you at your best, as you would like yòur frienas to think of you.  Geo. D. El  Photographer Tel 117-4 83 Main St., Maynard  Assabet Institution for Savings  -4BE_ MAYNARD. MASS.  Business Hours IO a. m. to I p. m.  Also 7 to 8 p. 111. Fridays' ami ¡5 to \ p. ,„. Sntunluyfl  tUVESTAjlEftS? BOARD ('..I. Bodiisli 0. H. Persons S. K. Kitchen A. Ci. I lay nes (). s. Fowler   

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