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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 7, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                r 1 r I1 ifi1 trying day when youre cross and uncom theres no refreshment so delightful Jersey Ice And theres no more whole some treat for the Jersey Ice Cream Is purer than the requirements of any state or Federal pure food Made of rich cream from our own Vermont finest of true fruit and best quality Tell the children to ask for Jersey Ice Creim by ihe or in college Take home a brick protected by our TriplScal Look for the Jersey Sign Jersey Ice Cream For Sale by Kfmte with the Saglnaws of Cambridge was and Prank Kennoy have removed to Fred Parker and familyhave taken up their summer residence In i and John Riese and family motored to New Haven In their new Ford car over the and Forest Blake are receiving congratulations on the birth a baby born July Owing to the heavy rainstorm on Thursday the steam and electric rail schedules were a little off Badger of Crescent as sumed the management of the Hud son office of the American lOxpress July Nellie Mason of Springfield and Nora Anthony of Bolmont were the guests of Roger Tirown during the past The Adam Cood Stock is mak BEDFORD INVITES CRITICISM Maiuchuietta Clean Milk and Dairy Association Works for Better Milk July To the Editor of The Enterprise Dear answer to a communi cation by William Lowell Put chairman of the executive com mittee of the Massachusetts Milk Con sumers printed in the Boston June the Mas sachusetts Clean Milk and Dairy Im provement Association is what the name organized for the pur pose of promoting better dairy condi tions by favoring good legislation and opposing bad legislation such as The Labor Clean Milk introduced Into the Massachusetts legislature this I personally jiiestlonnrt several of those representing various organina Concord i South Acton DURING THE your ftimtly lot looking well wlun so visilorsnotolhcoiiriUrv Oidrmw and will execute o d r prom ply anl elie pn ly at very moderate It vnu are considering a tiuinumil W us help you with Huissoalcm by ihowlng various HARTIN Maynard Gnitite Work Ing good at Lexington which It lould if theres anything in a hey are staging two shows a n Mondays and and at very performance during their past wo weeks have played to crowded The work of repairing the roads is lightly delayed owing to some little liflicnlty in getting The new road superintendent should bo congratulated upon the quality and amount of work he has been able to anil Dudley Pickmnn have taken up their summer residence in Beverly The good work of the Bedfon Orange in presenting tho sanitary drinking fountain to the town is born witness to ninny times a It i estimated that several hundred poo lions who were recorded in favor of tho Labor Clean Milk Bill and was much surprised to find that they were recorded favor of A Clean Milk but did not know the provisions of the socalled Labor Bill and finding that several thousand dollars had leen spent to senire endorsements pon I felt that he milk situation in Massachusetts ould not be met other than by hav ng lie various organizations and in lividnals Interested in the milk situ advised as to the provisions of pending legislation that they might ntolligontly judge as to the most ad visable course to thereby avoiding beiiig hoodwinked into en dorsing an unworkable bill whicl without even serving a notic that conditions were not satisfactory summon a producer into court am Beauty of Color j f is maintained and economy secured by having your painter use Dutch Boy Red Seal White Lead pure linseed L Such paint gives real K outwears anyi 1 Wi other and retains its beauty while it We carry these quality materials and other good t k BEDFORD HsoSiiRAtiVE L pip have made use of since its II every da compel a jury hinging upon disputable with a muximnn JULY SALE OF Tailored Wash Skirts Guaranteed to fit or no sale FILENE CASH STORE CONCORD vti TORREY RESIGNS ill mm ttpi Drug Store FREE Chases Dandelion Tonic In Ice Cold Mugs out the Coupon and get a free drink at Concord Drug GOOD FOR DRINK OF CEASES DANDELION TONIC In Ice Cold CORD DRUG Prop Has Been Pastor of TrinitarianCon gregational Church for 11 Years At a meeting of the Trinitarian Congregational society of July it was voted as follows As it is evidently the wish of our nastnr that his resignation bo accept we the same and the following resolutions Resolved That the Church of Christ of Bedford and tho Trinitar ianCongregational society connected with accept with deep regret the resignation of its David Torrey That it appreciates the earnest en deavor for tho of our his ready sympathy for the the aged and the and his interest In the welfare of nil the neople of the town That it also deeply appreciates the helpful ministries of bis talented wife and the loyal assistance of his sons That the generous hospitality and the beautiful family life of the par sonage have been ideal object lessons to the youth and tho homes of the community That our affectionate will follow them in whatever work they may Resolved that these resolutions be spread upon the records of our church and a copy bo given the retiring pas During the ton years of Torreys his patient and conscientious work in the various lines of church work has been marked with tho The fore going resolutions perhaps express I best tho great respect and esteem in I which Torrey Is held by the peo ple of Bedford and the deep regret ex perienced by ono and all In the loss of such a public ADDRESS IN TOWN HALL Maud Wood Park Speaks on The Woman Movement Maud Wood Park addressed n large audience In the town hall Satur day evening at a meeting held under tho auspices of tho Bedford Equal Suf frage Parks subject was The Woman which sho defined as tho effort to make wo men equal share holders with men in tho business of As n result of spending two years In Europe and Asia studying condi tions of Park said that sho had found some phase of tho wo man movement in nearly every coun try visited and that everywhere the same arguments were used against whatever Us form that the next step was always feared as the fateful one which would surely lead over n pro and that women were often themselves tho chief opponents to ef forts for their own In speaking of the amendment to be voted on In the upeak er urged that the men should not of fine of the entire years income of many of our smaller with no provision as to what is expected of tho no provision for chang ing the conditions for which he was fined and no provision for any en liglitenmont as to what producer should make The Labor Clean Milk Bill did not provide for of out of state nor did it provide forclean it provided only that if an inspector saw fit he could1 serve papers upon a farmer without notlci and compel him to employ an attor ney and I believe in the principle of telling one what is expected of him befnre linding fault farmers arc not mind nor are they sanitarians or and when our Massa chusetts health department desires to have them make changes in their we should provide that they be instructed as to tho states require If conditions in any single dairy in Massachusetts are not they should be remedied by our duly auth orized who are paid sever al thousand dollars a year for just that Believing in fair play and I called a mooting and wo formed the Massachusetts Clean Milk and Dairy Association and to facilitate our pur having been criticised by I hereby invlto any repre sentative of the Massachusetts Milk Consumers Association to meet me in FanouiUiall where we may openly dis cuss tho merits of The Labor Clean Milk Pfuiffer Substitute and the milk We wisli the whether pro ducers or to know why we have and this can best bo done by fighting in the The Massachusetts Clean Milk and Dairy Improvement Association invites crit icism ami only that you Invest gate before pledging your support to a and then reserve your rights to oppose if tho proposition Is not carried out in a fair and impar tial If you will do we have no fear of the future prosperity of the dairy industry and the prospect of securing plenty of wholesome sachusetts IMMAN1MCL Uroat Mem tier of tho board of directors of Massachusetts Clean Milk and Dairy Improvement CONCORD AS USUAL Came In Torrents While I Was In Camp and on Parade Members of Company I as usual had rnih while they wore on a tour of rain coming in torrents during the recent stay In Tewksbury on the state farm grounds and while on parade in While thecom pany did not take any they cer tainly made a good showing when it is considered that a large number of the members are new Tho company left Concord at i oclock Saturday afternoon and trav eled to the Junction by special car On reaching the Junction they board ed the special which pulled in from FYamingham and on which were members of R of Framingham and F of The two Fitcli burg companies also boarded the train hero and all proceeded to Bald win where the state farm is Here they remained until Monday morning at Sunday the company had three hours drill and at tended religious services conducted by chaplain of the In the evening at the company participated in dress At 8 oclock Monday morning camp was broken and the company pro ceeded to where they partici pated In one ofthe finest military mrades ever seen in this The entire parade was said to be about five miles In length and took about two hours and a half to A din ner was served to them on the Lowell They then embarked on the special train and from tho Junction came by special arriving here about 5 After the lecture several questions were answered anil then Park received many old friends who re membered her as a toucher when Hedlord had a high The music preceding the lecture was fur nished by Grace Monroe Mar and tho Misses violin and Never Touched So you are contemplating map riage Thats what Have you paused to consider the high coat ol living Nary I cpnsiderel 1 NAME CONCORD NIGHT Many Towns Following Example of Naming Days and Nights at Hospital In response to the gift of given by the citizens of Concord to name a night on tho Boston Floating the following letter has been received July Ruth Dear am writing to thank and through all those concerned in raising tho which yon sent us and which Is applicable to naming Concord recorded as from the residents of Kudosed please find a formal It may Interest you to realize that your custom of naming a night for Concord Is being followed towns and we already have several suburban communities naming days and nights after tho example set by Concord Very truly LORTNG It has been tho custom for several years for Concord to send a donation to the hospital and It has had tho privilege of naming several This year the collection was made by Murray Frank Charles TlWOphlluB Mason and Wai It take 1100 to name a night and f50 tp name a Keeping In Touch When the uptodate man wants to take a day a weekend or even a months he doesnt sigh to got away from a Like the late he makes the tele phone a not a master uses it when he deems it desirable to keep in touch with business affairs and refuses to let it intrude upon his without One talk daily to the office or a limited at the rest of the day belongs to the man who has the right kind of an organi Than will be no tell charge on a Particular forty Call Ifuou an not connected Uilh the penun uou given to the Toll manager IF YOU should want to dont forget that wellpainted has a real estate You judge a farmer to be l thrifty who keepjl up his you think he mutt have good How about YOUR Barn Bam and Roof Paint IS A REAL INVESTMENT Saves Gallons Saves Money Saves Your Barn THE HAYNES Jm Joioph Bedford who ftt Cwiwr IjoWltW tor treat ii The Rapes Enter   

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