Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 5, 1900, Acton, Massachusetts 1900. 45. Not In Ther But Just A Little is more delightful to the Ladies than wielding a good Broom they have We have the right article in a No. 6 Piano Polished Handle called made of the very best silk sewed and warranted for 39c EACH AND WORTH 50c. Call and See ' ENTE M Single per Three 50c. Three 25c. IN Main OF ' One inch one 75c each additional 2flc. Special rates for yearly notices in local 10c a line each OF not exceeding six one 50 8gr"Transient cash in PRINTING of every description promptly ana satisfactorily Home The HAVE THE SEA YOU HAVE THE 25c for 10 C. C. S. s M. MAURICE for Crescent Velox and 8.30 a. m. to 5 p. SEASON 00 1900 Drop Frame Columbia made from fruits with the best of Ice Cream Sodas are made witli our own make Ice Cream and are as good as can be D SI 1), dental department of Harvard Will be in Concord Tuesdays and Rooms over Richardson's Drug AND BRIDGE Boston The 496 suite 1, cor Office hours 8.30 a. tn. to 5 p. m. Dr. R. T. H. M. D. of Harvard Veterinary $ THE OLD BIRD SOUTH Don't have tried all of our Special Flavors of fold Soda There are several of them that will refresh you old For have ever tried our you know a Good you have there a real treat yet in store lor Our reputation of having the best soda in town be and that is why we use only the best pure fruit lutee for our and why we are never of the particular flavor you want and why our soda is H. Concord YOUR Prices and Poor duality Quality ani Low If you choose the place for you to trade is at the Reliable A CTO Small matter must reach tho publication not later than Tuesday night in order to secure insertion of the of the Baine An earlier receipt will insure against condensation or delay ot Advertisements or may be loft with C. H. Persons Riverside and Subscriptions at B. J Coughlin's news Blanchard arrived home from Bowdoin last Arthur Woodart of Boston came homo last week to spend his W. Taylor went to Attleboro on Tuesday for a few Wagnor displayed liis patriotism by enlisting in the navy last F. Hunt lias left the mill and returned to work at the powder and Mrs. James Donohue are rejoicing over of a sun 011 Thursday L. W. Henderson is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. S. Peters on Brooks tax rate for 1900 will be or 50c less per than the rate of 1890. Wilson has accepted a position in the store of J. Stevling South and Mrs. A. T. Haines of Boston were the guests of Miss Sara W. Bent j Jennie of Everett is visiting her Mrs. Murphy at nn Concord Jessop of Gilbertville arrived in town on Monday to take charge of the burling room in Wilson gave up his position in the mill 011 Saturday having secured employment in mass was celebrated on Tuesday morning in St. Bridget's church for the late Hugh H. J. overseer of the wet room in resigned his position on having secured a situation Baths s AT THE RESIDENCE A. South Nervous Neuralgia and Purities the Whole LADIES A VAPOR A Good Ml FAIL TU TBI Spiai are weil every Mai between 1 3 ON SIT MM ER people of this town were suddenly awakened about 3 a. in. on Sunday by the shrill whistle of a locomotive of the F. 1!. R. warning them that trouble of some kind was Soon the alarm rang the people rushed from their to find a lively blaze in progress on the corner of Summer and Glendale one of the oldest in was formerly used as a dwelling hut for the past few as a bicycle store and repair shop by I. J. the department the interior had burned out and the entire roof was in a but the prompt action of tho soon subdued it without loss to neighboring building was owned by Mrs. J.W. Mr. had quite a stock on hand all of which was so his loss will not he The cause has not been is not the first time that a railroad engineer lias proved a trusty of the town's and his services deserve the hearty thanks of the BY Courtney severed his connection with on Friday Courtney has been overseer of the iW nix years past and was well liked by all who worked under young ladies under his charge wishing to give him some token of their presented him with a ed cane and was very popular with all who knew him and will be greatly missed about Damon of New York is with his family this Boston Harness company has shut down 1'or a Ida Wood is spending the Fourth with friends in Susie Delano visited friends in North Easton a few days last Rubber company are to build a new boiler also run a new score of the ball game on Saturday was Concord Junction 21, Actons 14. Herbert Willis and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wright on Lizzie Manter of spent Sunday with her father William Clarence Mrs. Nichols N. is seriously Damon will go into camp with the Brigade on the Providence George Durkee and of Boston are the guests of C. Durkee and Damon goes to camp this week at lake Winnipesaukee with a party from two daughters of Alvin of Washington were the guests of Mrs. Ruth Piper this Beer and family of Cambridge were the guests of Mr. and Allison Willis on the Clara F. P. of Hawthorne has been appointed deputy grand order of the Eastern Christie Kennedy is shortly expected home from the Boston hospital where she has been receiving She is much W. and Ethel G. Blossom attended the Hudson high school tion exercises on Thursday evening and the class reception and dance 011 Friday W. with and Mrs. Walter S. has returned from a week's trip to St. and other points of interest in New Boys Brigade are anticipating an unusually good time this year at their camp on tho river near Rev. Mr. Campbell will be in A launch will be one of tho Junction ball club under Manager Derby are scheduled to play the July 7, and Concord on July 14. These games will be worth witnessing as the Junction team is playing good Barrott and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Towle wore to sailed 011 Tuesday from Boston 011 the steamship of the North German Lloyd line which was burned at the docks 011 Noll and William Collins have entered for tho Fourth of July meet at Paul intends to lower the track while Collins will compete with Frank Quinn of Graniteville and G. Tolman of South morning as two riders on a tandem were going ovor Coin wealth ave near the B. it M. the front fork lotting tho riders down all in a Fortunately the injuries were not although the shock was Mr. Shaughnessy the blacksmith was turning from the street at tho bakery to Commonwealth on Saturday afternoon ho collision with Instructor Bugney and was thrown from his wheel dislocating his shoulder and other reach the publication not later than Tuesday night in order to insertion in tho issue of the same An earlier receipt will insure against condensation or delay of News or advertising and subscriptions may be left at the bookstore of H. L. Whitcomb and subscriptions may be left at the post Grace Raymond is visiting her sister in dance at Association Concord Friday evening July 6. W. Lee of N. coeds Davis as manager of the power is to have a more glorious Fourth than for a number of The program offered will take off a little of the insurance adjusters have allowed the following insurance 011 the Stocks injured in the lire in Brown's MacKenney McWalter Keyes attention is called to the fire sale of boots and shoes at the store of M. McWalter who is giving the greatest bargains in his line ever offered 111 tins union patriotic service was held in the Trinitarian church Sunday Rev. Loren B. Macdonald and George A. Tewksbury making the 2d.. Jas J. A. M. J. B. F. B. C. T. Walcott Cynthia Agues Mrs. Mrs. Charles W. Mrs. Reta E. Mrs. A. Caroline Mrs. John gets most of the credit and the best of good feelings for the winning of the game in New York He won the prize offered by graduates for the man who reached first base the greatest number of times during the The prize is a silver He also stands very near the head if not leading the nine in for Concord MET golf flie Concord links was between the Vespers of Lowell and the The wind was very high and good playing was out of the Concord was Following is K. 11. J. F. H. E. S. W. E. L. W. U. W. A. S. M. R. E. 3 0 0 0 7 0 3 0 the game tea was served in the club a larger number of ladies attending than game of ball that will be played 011 the play grounds next will bo of unusual It is between the Concord patrons of the 7 and those of the 7.3(3 The boys have been practising for two weeks and each intends to do the 7 under the name of Invincibles defeated tho Ayer Junctions two weeks Quite a delegation of out of town patrons of these trains is expected at the game to encourage their respective Game is called at 3.30.