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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 22, 1913, Acton, Massachusetts                                 VOLUME XXVI  WBI33SrBÖI>A."S"» OCTOBER íá£?, IBIS.  WO. ©  MAYNARD  A. R. Lloyd was In Now York city , m  a business trip the ¡nttor part oi I ho week.  William Parkinson was recently entertained by relatives In Central Village, Conn.  .UIbb Josephine Connors of Marlbo-ro was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Connor.  MIbs Clementa Sullivan wltncHBed ¡1 performance of "Dlsraelll" In Boston Saturday.  Mrs. Orrln Boswortn loft Saturday on a two weeks' visit with relatives In Portland, Me.  Mrs. Henry "Kelly nnd* Miss Hielen lfigglns of Boston were guests of Mrs. Mary Kelly, Pino St., early In the week.  Cyrua Bander, who has been with IiIb uncle, A. Bander, for several weeks past, lias returned to his home In Provldenco, R. I.  A number of the members of the Socinllst society of this town, accompanied the iriiatra band to Boston Saturday and participated In the exercl3-i's there.  Frank May \va3 an interested spectator at the Harvard-Holy Cross football game at the stadium In Cambridge Saturday afternoon.  The Sunday aftornoon cars, which formerly ran every lialf hour from 2 o'clock p. m. until 8 p. m., have been  ey of tlie Democratic town commit-tco attended the banquet Riven by the head of the Democratic ticket at the American House, Boston, Satin-day.  Mr. and Mrs. William Banfll of Sudbury announco the engagement of their daughter, MIbb Dolly H. Banfll, to James J. Ledgard of Maynard. The date of tho marriage has been bp! for Monday. Nov. 17.  Tax Collector John Kelly wan united in matrimony to Alisa Isabelle Magulre In Concord Junction by Row Daniel Cronln Monday afternoon. For full particulars of the wedding, boo the Concord Junction columns of this paper.  Tlie Pitman Co. of Lawrence has completed its contract In building the receiving wells nt tho mills for tho new sewerage plant and has finished all the necessary repairs at tho paper mill dam. Foreman Joromlah Drls-coll and force began work in Clinton Monday.  A hunting party, comprising William Lawler and Harry Clark of this town, and Charles Walcott and T,. Cousins of Concord Junction, loft on Monday morning in Mr. Cousins' automobile for Cape Cod, a diatanco of inn miles, where they aro to spend the week duck hunting.  Fred A. Persons, who has been recently promoted to the position of superintendent of motive power and equipment of tho Mass. Northern rail-I ways, returned from tho Atlantic City  iiiHcontlnucd for tho winter. John Murray and Edward G. Chen- convention, where he spent the past  duality, Science and Cleanliness  M:ike  Onward Flour  the highest'grade milled  week nnd left for Greenfield Tuesday  1  l<> iii'.:uimi> his new duties. '  Leslie "Sims spent Sunday with Worcester friends. j  MIhb Katliryn Wilder was a Sunday j guest of relatives in Lynn.  •loHoph SasBevllle of Marlboro wa:<. a Sunday gueBt of Patrick H. Mur-j Pliy. |  John ltaapanen of Boston was en-1 tertalned over Sunday by MIbb Jennie i Uitnla. |  Mm. Jane Turnbull and daughter i Itlnirns o(T completely tlie aml^ j Mnuil visited relatlven In Brookllne I,,,,, f ron , tile pistons, valv.s  |1( „.  1   Monday Uylinder heudtun tlieforin <>f  va   Mr». William Hurtle of Boachmont  (  wnn n Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Usher.  MIsk BpbbIp Hinckley of Lancaster v.:ik a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs.' Gilbert M. Hawkes.  Mr. and Mrs. Ashael II. Haynes enjoyed a visit over the week end with relatives in Leominster, and Kltchbnrg.  Martin Brown returned homo Friday from the Mass. General hospital, where lie had been treating for several wcoUb and is greatly Improved in health.  Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tripp and daughters Ruby and Georglaijna of New Bedford were recently entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Blauchard Weaver.  Worli has begun on finishing the interior of the new Finnish Mission chtirelt on Walnut st. It will bo finished up stairs in natural wood, hard pine being the material used. It 1« a beautiful structure and will be a decided asset, not only to tho inemborii of the church, but the town at large.  Bccarboiizatii of Motors  A Scientific Method of Removing Carbon from Engine Cylinders  We Use No Liquids or Chemicals  We do nwuy with llu* old ilii-man-  llitiR anil PciiipiiiR pi......... It  Lunenburg entirely eliminates such tumble.:;  ns Pve-lgvit ion, Overheat inn, l."ss' ;   of Compression. Shtf;«i:-lme.-s and Knocking in the Cylinders It will positively rnine the ellieionry of vo.ir motor '2ö per cent  THE OLD WAY  IQRE- POWER  LESS CAS  LESS"OtL  DEATH OF MRS. HILLIS  Suitable Gifts for House and Table in Cut Glass, Silverware, Clocks, China, etc.  End Csmo Suddenly, Although She Had Been In Poor Health For ..  Years  Mrs. Thomas HIIHb died at her home off Summer st., Friday evening at 7.:n> p. m. Death was due to hear», failure, mile Mrs. Hillls has been In poor health for several years past she has been able to be about the house nnd she was taken seriously 111 only four days preceding her death. She wa3 57 years of age and was born In Thoinpsonvlllp, Conn., and came here with her parents, Mr. and Mra. David Oldroyd, when but a child. She later moved from here, but shortly returned. She married Thomas Hillls and one caild blessed the union, MIbb Lllla, who died a number of years ago.  Mrs. Hillls was one of the old residents of th|s town, who aro -slowly pausing and was a woman who had gained tho love and respect of a large circle of frlendB, for her many excellent traltB of character.  She is survived by iter husband, Thomas HllliB, and one brother, William Oldroyd of Agawam.  Tho funeral services were held at her late home Monday afternoon, Rev. Fredrick N. Rutan, pastor of the Cdn-gregational church, officiated. Music wa3 furnished by the Trinity male quartet of Boston, and Included Wln-fleld Temple 1st tenor, J. R. Meredith 2d tenor, A. M. Mossman baritone, and \mory Maynnrd bass. They sang "Nearer My God To Thee," "Safe in tho Fold," and "Watching and Waiting."  t  , I  The floral display was a most beautiful one, the room being entirely banked by a profusion of flowers, which bore mute testimony to the love and esteem In which she was held. Following the services, burial was In Glenwood cemetery and the following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: Robert Crossley, William Bishop, James R. Bent and James B. Lord.  WHITE'S GARAGE  Tel. Con. 1 Main Street Concord  in  | He is Worn Years Old Today  o  Hi;: It'Mi is 1 In- Idlest thing in the American Alarm (.Monk llns-ines- Three million families Ituv.- it to him to call them ever morning.  Tin •<■ million families iiko him ;iit day In»;; to te'l the right time hy  lie •.'lmr.'ihiees to wake you on llie di.t with one lonu steady ■■all "r -top your turnover imp  with .............. K<*ntleriiifis.  lie works :i(i hours to a stivteh---ovrt inu> when needed Cost the same for one or live years  $2.50,  Let lis furnish you with one for tlur.se dark mornings  George- II. Gutteridge  CONCORD  The now telephone books or tlie N. ... T. & T. Co. were delivered during the week.  Concord Monona attended a meeting of tho Chapter in Walthain Thursday night.  Invitations are oat for tho Hallowe'en danco to be given In the town hall Nov. 1.  Quito a number from here went up to tho Progressive rally nt the Junction Tuesday night.  Mr. and Mrs. (!or<lon Voorhles of Portlnnd, Oregon, arrived at the Colonial Inn Friday for a short stay.  Concord was represented nt the class Initiation of Maynnrd Aorle, B. I*. O. 10., in that town Sunday.  Members of United Brethren lodge in good numbers attended tho visitation of the Maynard Mnsonlc lodge Thursdny night.  The St. Mark's football cloven and a nunibor of those who accompanloc) tho team, had dinner at the Colonial Inn Snturday. Tho last chance for registration for  CONCORD JUNCTION  Miss The© Lovojoy was tho recent guo3t of "Miss Hattlo Fletcher.  Frank ICIng has resumed his former position at tho Whitney pharmacy.  Samuel Freemnn has removed from Laws Brook rd. to Commonwealth avo.  Minn liiaiKtina Haitmarch Is undergoing treatment nt tho Deaconess hospital.  MIbb Ethel Stuart of Athol was tho recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Butcher.  MIbb lOdltli Beharrel of Lowell was tho recent guest of her unclo, 1. R. Behnrrel.  Fred C. Walte haa been enjoying a vacation from his duties at tho Old Colony Trust Co.  Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Carlton and son spent the week end with Mr. and Mra. James Naglo.  Plans are helng made for a reunion of tho mcmberii of Help of Christiana pariah early In November.  Adelbort Mesaor Is ono of tho busiest Nnen In.thh vicinity Just at present as ho in actlvo In carrying on the  tho Btnto election will occur Saturday. I Dtato campaign for tho O. O. P.  If your name Isn't on tho voting llBt,| get It there.  Miss Ruth Kldrldge of Hopklnton,| n student at Sargent's physical culturo school of Cambridge, was n weokl end guest at O. W. Hunt's, Thoreau| st.  Mra. Murphy of Now York city hnul arrived in Concord and will inako liorl  homo for the present with hor par-I Carroll  The rush of business at tho local postofUco during tho past week necessitated oxtra sorvlcc. TheC.'O. I>. business has been oxco$>MonaUy heavy. ,  F. II, Loomor haa takon thq position of night gato tender nt tho Commonwealth avo. crossing of tho B. & * M. R. R., recently vacated by Chalrlea  ents, Mr. and Mra. George F. King, Main st.  Herbert Townsend of Tuftonboro, N. II., has leased the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Duttrlck on Monument nt. from J. M. Koyea for the winter. —  James B. Watt of Liverpool, England, and MIbb M. Crooksliank of Edinburgh. Scotland, li^ve boon; registered at the Colonial Inn during tho week.  The commlttco on the C. H. S. bc-  The dot'blo house on Main Bt, recently renieflolod by S. Bartolomeo, hns boon occurred by Thomas Con-noil, Jr.. nnd family, anil Tracy Pope and family.  Edward J. Lyons «li tho local police force, who was rocontly appointed aer-creant, has assumed the inalgnla of that ofllco and makes a most Imposing nppearanco.  Tho teachers of tho WcbI Concord school were vory pleasantly entertained Wednesday evening bv Miss  nlor hop. which takes place in Eaton I Elizabeth McKenna and MIbb Blanche hall tho afternoon of tho 31st, plans tol Starratt at tholr apartment In WA1-niake It ono of the beat over hold In I tham- .  the school. I  TIlD  Columbus club Is to hold a so-  The cars on tho C. M. & Hi street| clal  «'oneo In Association hall Friday railway are undergoing much needed I evoning. lawton's orcheptra Is to repairs. The scats aro being upliol-1 inrnlsh tho music and the members of stored nnd the cars being painted on I tho  club cxpoct to entertain their ub-the exterior. I ual largo number of guests.  Members of Concord lodge, I. O. O.I  T1,G  Presentation oi tha comlo op. K„ are to hold n whist party in Odd! ftns  "Prisellln," tWn weoli in tho town Fellows hall at tho Junction Tuesday] h«» will attract a largo numb«r from ovoning. A good tlmo Is promised I th,a  «»d  ot tho towu - Thuridajr and  nil who attend.  Friday evenings arò given ovér tò the.  Tho work on Sudbury rd. 13 pro-l Dramatic club and Saturday afternoon grossing satisfactorily and It looks noI lB for 11,0  P ub,,c  performance.  If tho work would bo completed In tho time spcclflcd, if It doesn't rain every day from now on Noxt Sunday aervlceB will bo held  Those from this town who wlt< ncsBcd tho great parade In Boston Columbus day wero proud to note one familiar figuro at tho head of one ot  Watchmaker and Je weler  7 NASOINi STREET,  BOCCCC  MAYNARD  in tho M. E. church at tho regular I tho  , BOcU  I ° nB -  Th,a wa8  Daniel A. hour In tho morning and another oven-1  Lak,n '  who mndo a m03t  Imposing aping service In tho Scandinavian lan-1 Pearunce, as he rode with the other CTi>f50 will bo given at 7.30 by tho now I veterans of tho Indian WArs. pastor; Rov. Mr. Borggreen. „  Th( l Democratic rally In Concord  The Sowing Clrclo of tho Methodist Saturday evening attracted a largri church will meet Thursday evening at I numoer from here. Lieut. Gov. Walsh  tho tyomo of Mrs. Frank Petersen, Virginia rd. All the members and friends are urged to attend.  lias been a decided favorite here since his address before the Men's club last year and he was'received very warm-.  The lecture by Prof. Bliss Perry on 'j J»Ib admlrora. Senator Charles  Steam, Water and Furnace Heating  EVERYTHING SPIC AND SPAN  PNEUMATIC WATER SUPPLY WIND MILL AND GASOLINE ENGINES SHEET METAL WORK  . Joncs has Agent fi»r the fu molli? 'Glenwood!! Stovrs ami Williges nnd thoUnltarlan church In Littleton on 1 nnd in re- ' i. Friday night on "The Appreciation or  j ana is re , MilSOll Tinware I "  The bakery of Ward W. been thoroughly renovnted splendent in new paint and white-wash and even all new cooking uten- j sils, all of which Is to have everything  correspond with his motto of purity. f j| e  pipe from 3 to 24 inches always In stock  and cleanllneHs, a combination whlcii tho public is invited to inspect at the ] model bakery, where everything is pure, wholesome and appetizing.  '<\ McCarthy of Marlboro, another local favorite, was among the speakers.  The pupils and teachers of the West Concord school received an unexpected vacation Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Owing to the fact that the boilers were to be inspected.'Wednesday, It was necessary to extinguish the Ores, nnd the unseasonable cold and damp weather made It Impossible to cary on school work In the build-'ne- _ I a  Card of Thanks We wish to express our appreciation of the kindness and wards of Music." I sympathy and tho beautiful Rovers  Limbs blown from trees by the high I  Ben t to U3 In our rccent bereavement.  "Certain "Piloses of New England Life," will bo glvon before tho members of tho Woman's club at Its mooting Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.  The danco held In I. O. O. F. hall, West Acton, Thursday nlglit, attracted a number from Concord, who were] unanimous In their opinions that "We Should Worry club" knew how to en-tortain.  Robert W. Carter, who conducts the music store In tho old bank building, poke before a large atidlenco in  TOWNSEND,  Main and Nason Sts.  Plumber  2 stores Maynard  Content With His Goal  You can see that with your eyes tjliu am' by his pleased Kinile that "won 1  ruhjoil'." It's a happy day for anyone when they look at  A Well-Filled Coal Bin  replenished from our coal yards. Coal is coal, tint coal from here in butler. There'« the iliHerence—our'« is best] but not dearer. Have koiiic?  w. F. LITCHFIELD^  Main at., 0pp. Mill Mayaw!  wind of Monday, made traveling rather dangorous on tho C. M. & H. line, bt|t the motormen wore on the look-oi|t and stopped tho cars and removed tho branches, thus avoiding any accidents.  Miss Helen Marshall Pratt, the] writer, who has been spending the summer at Bretton Woods, arrived at the Colonial Inn Monday, for ai two weeks' stay. Her book. Cathedral Churches of England, Is proving | to be a splendid seller.  Throe weddings will occur In Concord on Saturday evening, Miss Elite Lowden becoming tho bride of Isaac] N. MacRae of Lincoln; Miss Bessie A. Hunt the bride of T. Alfred Wilson,] and Miss Marlon Louise Smith is tol  Mr. and Mrs. Anson M. Illx.  Ornaments Worn by Dancing Qlrle.  An Interesting collection of silver pieces from India, Including numerous ornamental objects formerly worn by dancing girls, has Just bees placed on exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History. It was presented to the museum by J. O. phelpi Stokes. There aro altogether more than forty example« Is the collection, representing various types of native work-  Appoint- Graduate In Optics (18951   mn "y Yf- Alfred Whitney. I  ment8 b y Dr. of Refraction (1896)  Miss Theresa Parmenter Balled fori " . . „„  n „ „, (,.,._.,„ /i<m> Florida Saturday, the 11th. on the telephone Dr. of Optometry (1912)  City of Memphis. She arrived at I «« K> l\f HAUI Savannah Wednesday morning, thol  r<  MJrtJnJU  boat making good time. She then I Registered Optomotrlst In Mass. made her way to Winter Haven, wherp I , , . ..  she was met by her sister and brother- Specialty "giswS'nttM ** In'I^w. I  A harvest supper will be partaken I Office Main oi., upposlte Post Office et by members of Concord Grango at I  Assabet Institution for Savings  MAYNARD, MASS.  Business Hours IO a. m. to I p. m.  Abo Fridays 7 to 8 p. m. — Saturdays 3 to I p. tn.  OEWESYEVSEPOY BOAR© J. Bodlisli C. H. Persons S. K. Kitchen  A. G. Hayues O. S. I-'owlei  ftp next meeting, Nov. 4. The supper will bo prepared and served un-| dar the direction of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Raymond. The third and fourth degrees are to be. conferred aho atj this time.  t Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Todd and Dr. B. S. Winchester left for Kansas City, Mo., Monday, where they will attend the National Congress of Congregational churches, which is being] held In that city this week. Deacon Todd Is a member of the council of I the convention.  Many anticipate with pleasure the! inspection and dedication of the new building for Aged Methodist Women erected by the N. E. Deaconess asso-! elation. The inspection may take ptyce on Sunday afternoon, Nov. while the dedicatory service will be]  Maynard, Mass.  for Piano Votes at A. T. Heynes £ Co^Mayasrd ' ueid Mon^r^ s.  Arthur 1 Hebert  VIOLIN INSTRUCTOR  Modern Methods Satisfaction ¡Guaranteed  10 Pine St.  Concord June., Ai  iss,   

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