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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Acton, Massachusetts                                 NTERPRISE  VOLUME XXV.  WEiDisrESXkA^sr» «s, îeie.  3KTO. <kO  BEDFORD  Overdue subscriptions should bo paid at onco.  Clifford L. Day. Jr., hau purchased n now motorcycle.  The Llowanc lodßo open houso was postponed until Saturday, May .11.  The water main has been extended to the residence of Mr. M. Mc-Mnlian. " " ."  The hardware a'toro and waiting room havo been connected by a pas-nnRO way.  Dr. Ross k. Whlton Is building a summer house near his rcsldonco on Fletcher Ave.  High school was resumed Monday, nfter a short vacation, occasioned by tlio diphtheria scare. ,  A number of playgoer«, from here attended "Tho, Mllcndo" in town hall. Concord, given By the C. H. S. seniors. ' '•  Fred F. Ooolc, "Captriin of Co. C of the Minutemen, has been appointed special police officer by the selectmen.  At the first meeting of the school committee for the fiscal year. May 20, Edw. P. Kelley was unanimously reelected truant officer.  Walter H. Temple is about to build a new house on the North rd. near Sunnyslde farm. Ohas. W. O'Dowd will superintend the construction.  The funeral of Hiram Laws took place last Wednesday from the residence, Rev. D. C. Torrey officiating. The intermont was in Shawabeen cemetery.  At the annual field day, held at Tied Acre farm, Stow, Saturday, Dr. Pfeiffer was one of the Judges and Dr. Henderson was -on the- reception committee. A full account will bo found In another column.  Co; C is making arrangement« for its summer camping trip. Two locations, Jackson. N. H., and a camping site on the Cnipc, are being considered, and the committees are Investigating the rival merits of the. two camp sites.  The ladles of the Bedford Alliance (Unitarian) will hold a lawn fete on June 19, afternoon and evening, on the grounds of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Ames. North rd. There will be an entertainment as well as refreshments. Tickets may be .obtained from Alliance members or at the waiting room.  Tho Are-department haB recently been reorganised by the engineers and on last Wednesday evening held a drill and play out, which is done roRtilariy during the year to keep up , the efficiency of tho department. The same board of fire engineers as last year have organized with John O.'Slake,'chief, assisted by Chas. E. WWfnmrand Irving C. Waite.  A goad deal of interest hag been felt by some bf our townspeople in tho movement started In Boston by Home of our, foremost doctors and charity workers. This movement is known as tho Poster campaign against, liquor. Several of the nearby towns have been posted with large stickers containing a statement of facts concerning the use and abuses of alcohol; no ranting or hysteria, but straight forward truths which cannot l)elp tout appeal to all.  Tho Civic club held lta regular monthly meeting last Thursday eve nlng. Tho speaker of the evening was Horace W. Fernald, who spoko on the Iron and steel industry. Mr. Fernald is the New England agent of Rogers, Brown and Co., who own the largest furnaco In the world. His talk was very Interesting and Instructive. Tho next meeting of tho Civic club, Juno 10, will bo tho nn-nual election of officers and tho directors and nominating committee hope to seo a large attendance.  Thursday evening at the May monthly meeting of tho L. M. M. at headquarters, examinations for a sergeant, quartermaster-sergeant and lance-corporal for Co. C, resulted in Numan P. Hansen being chosen ser-«¡cant,, Joseph C. Albani quartermaster-sergeant and Louis E. Kelley lance-corporal. These changes were made necessary by the election of 1st Sergt. Guy C. Strahan as 2nd lieutenant .and William J. McLoughlln as 1st lieutenant. Sunday Co. C cooperated with the Bedford Civic club In holding a patriotic meeting in he town hall. Particulars will be found elsewhere.  money needed  Pursuant to tho plea last week, It might be well to mention that there •s' a great deal of popular sentiment being expressed in favor of such improvements on the playground, but popular sentiment is not financial aid. Will not some public spirited persons take hold of this matter? Several have expressed a purpose of dolnir so. but "Procrastination Is the thief of time." Beginning with jiav 30th, the Civic club team has a well filled schedule of games, but it Is an InsUlt to a good team to expect them to play on such'a diamond. Ma$ HOtli, the Civic club crosses bate with Concord in the morning and Somor-ville In the afternoon. Come out and give them a Btart.  GRAMMAR SCHOOL ATHLETICS  Tho Concord Red Sox trimmed the Grammar school 2nd team Saturday In Concord, to tho tune of 6-1. A return game has been arranged with Mitchell Academy. Games are scheduled with Monroo school of Lexington, Carlisle, Arlington and Concord. An unusual interest in athletics has been aroused In the grammar school by Mr. White, tho principal, who IB to bo highly commended for his work. Besides forming two teams In the school, which are doing remark' ably well, when the size of tho players Ih talion Into consideration, ho has influenced the Parent-Tonober association to provido a bpketball court. He coached the teams himself and has shown a ltnowjcdBo of baseball not usually ldentlfipd with pedagogy. A field day Is to be held on the last day of schpol. It is ok-nected that Gerald Munroe, Hollla Halladay and Arthur Grenlar will show real class In tho oprlntp, while Herman Proctor in the polo vault and Petr- lbaAnl In the 440 should give all competitors a good competition.  The Sweetwater hotel at Bedford Springs is being remodelled under tho direction of Edwin C. Rand.  MAYNARP  William May of Boston was the Sunday guest of his mother, Mrs. Julia May.  John Carpentor, Jr., has accoptcd n position In Franklin and started work thoro Tuesday.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Parks, Park Ht., are rojolclng over tho advent o? a son, who was born Saturday morning.  Clmrloa HlgRlns of Providence, R. I., was tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hlgglns early In tho woolt.  The trustees of tho public library Uro to add 125 books to tho library In tho near future, most of which will bo fiction.  MIab Marion Henderson of (Lawrence wna the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Henderson over Sunday.  The Maynard Independents wore defeated In Waltham Monday afternoon by the Lasalle school of that city by n score of 9 to 3.  George L. Conapt has moved his household good» from New Hampshire and has occupied the Washington Parmenter farm on the Sudbury rd.  Louis Thomas of Somervlllo spent Sunday as tho Riiest of Mr. and Mrs. George Salisbury. Mrs. Thomas and son Norman aro passing tho week with the latter.  Frank Thompson, tho genial conductor of the Lowell and Acton line, Is to run one of his popular excursions to Canoblc lake, N. H., Saturday. Juno 31.  Thomas Shechan and one of the overseers of the Chapln mill of Northboro were In town Saturday for the purposo of hiring help for tba mill In that town.  W. C. Croft, who lias been awarded tho contract for the building of the new house for Thomas DonnlBtln on Lincoln st. started work on the cellar Monday.  F. W. Sawyer, who has been here for some time past as a government Inspector, hna concluded his labors hero and la on o 15 days' leavo of absence. prior to reporting at the Philadelphia office.  Mrs. Brooks Reed Bubmltted to an operation at her home Saturday. Dr. w,, l. Drowno of Concord performed the operation and.he was assisted by Dr. Daniel Goodenow. Mrs, Reed is jesting comfortably.  Teams from the Baracca class of the Methodist Episcopal church and from tho Sunday school of the Congregational church will play a game Of baseball Memorial day at the Bancroft st. grounds at 9 o'clock a. m.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Sanderson spent Sunday in Somervllle as the guests o7 Mrs. Sanderson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Peters, at on, anniversary* dinner, in observance of tho 40th anniversary of their mar-rlago,  Game Wardons Albert Larkln of Andover, J. A. Convera of Fitchburg and William Mills of Ayer Junctlou were In town Saturday. Mr. Mills arrested Mattl Hankala for having a blqnk bass In his possession during the closed season, for which he paid a fljie In the district court In Concord Monday morning of $5.  {A. T. Haynes & Co.;  j  Maynard, Mass.  : Grocery Savings j  X Quality the Highest ' Prices the Lowest *  1 USUAL FREE DELIVERY  33c Lb. ! 20 lbs. 95c  3 lbs. 25c • - - 25c 7 bats 25c I can 8c  Garage Open Bay or Night  WHIIIGARAGE  Tel. Con. 1 Main Street Concord  We Store and Repair Cars, Do Vulcanizing,  Rent Cars, etc. First Class Machine Shop  Michelin, A^jax, Goodrich, United States, Diamond < and Kelley Springfield Tires  Agents for Indian' Motor Cycles  in ¡Concord, Carlisle, Bedford and Sudbury,  1913 Models in Stock Motor Cycles Overhauled and Repaired  Miss Agnes Gibbons, D. 0. H, A  Professor of Pianoforte Instructions  Graduate of Mnntnigu, Uelguini and Aachen, Germany Advanced pupils a specialty, Will call at homes  Miss Agnes Gibbons, 120 Main St., Maynard, Mass.  CONCORD  This is the Season for Wedding Gifts and We Are Well Prepared  V .¡L ClCl Sterling Silver Flatware, ComitmuitySilver Rogers 1847 Ware Silver Deposit Ware Beautiful Silver Services etc., ctc.  We will ho plcM.scd to show you thru our stock and you will find the priccs are within easy reach of your pocket book.  Special Sale of $2 Pendants  this week at 69c '  George H. Gutteridge  Watchmaker and Jeweler  7 NASON STREET,  MAYNARD  iiiNinmHmMimHMMMmiuMumMMiifH^ifi  ——-— if M  GUIDED BY EXPERT ADVICE WHEN PLANNING PLUMBING  Our knowledge of what is best and most suitable for your bathroom is naturally greater than you can be expected to have.  This knowledge and cxpericnce is at your disposal without extra charge.  Tell us how much space you have, approximately how much you care to expend and we will plan for you  the most satisfactory arrangement and most desirable fixtures that can be had for the money.  As our estimate will be on 'Standard" guaranteed fixtures and first class work, you can rest assured of receiving a permanently satisfactory plumbing equipment.  TOWNSEND  Main and Naaon Streets  2 Butter, fine Creamery • Sugar, Best Granulated S Prunes, best quality S Olives, Extra large bottles, 30c value J Soap, Lenox -5 Com, Maine style - ^  $ Cocoa, Haynes' Special - 1*9 IP® Cans f So | 5 Baking Powder, Strictly high grade, pound cans f 7c • ® Coffee, big value - - - 22© I  t'i^offee,LaTouraine " - - 38c% 2 t@a r  Choice Oolong, 50c kind • - 39© • 8 Breast, Purest and Best - - -mrnrnwes 25© *  oyliaJUU - .. - . "3Ua¡Ja«r "Lera»" Uruurj  The Plumber  2 áteres  Maynard, Mass.  a H.. WILCOX»'  ' Closed Thursdays  Looks Com» fortable  {  Doesn't He?  After having worn glasses for years many people have experienced their first  COMFORT in wearing MINE. Exclusively optical  Registered Optometrist Case Block Maynard  Sobantlan Monlco. chauffeur for Stcdman Buttrlcli. la uoon to anil for Italy, for a 10 wocks' atny.  At tho next mnetliiB of Willdw Ito-bokah lodge uovernl candidates will bo admitted to momborshlp.  Moses Brennan ncted nn orio'of tho bearers at tho funeral „of MIb& Mary A. Kelley In Maynard Saturday.  Mlsa Mildred Front of nillerlca was nn over Sunday RiieBt at. tho homo oi P. K. Cutler, Hubbard at.'  Albert A. GIIpb, a native of Concord. pnmod away at lila Homo In Marlboro Sunday, ire was G7 years of age.  Ray PIllHlmr? of tho Lowell Textile school wan a wcolc end guest of Kenneth 'P. Cook nt his home on Hubbard st.  Rev. M. J. Flnhcrty of St..pernard's parish ofllelatcd nt tlio- furierai"services of MIbb Mnry Kelley in Maynard Saturday. " r  —  Tlio woddlni; of Minn Gladyn K. Wilson and William CJiester Kean of Woburn will take plnc^ June 7 nt tho homo of Mlsn Wilson, Willow Bt.  Half hourly cars have been put on Sunday« botween 2 nnd 8 p. m. on the C. M. & H. str. railway lines, the nummer nclicdulo going into effect Sunday.  Mrs. Ernest Hlnsman waa unablo to attend to her duties in the town treasurer'« ofllce the last ot tho week, owing to Illness. She resumed work on Monday.  Mrs. Benjamin Pope and Miss Margaret Popo were among the winners at the open air horao show of tho Country club at Clyde Park, Brook-  line, Friday. ______ ^  Mrs. Albort Wood has gbne to As-bnry Park, N. J., for several weeks' stay. She accompanlcd her daughter, Mrs. Barrett, who 1ms been visiting here in Concord, homo.  Charles Francis Adams 2d and family, wlTo have beon spending the winter at 177 Commonwealth avo., Boston, havo returned to their summer homo on Falrhaven Hill. They aro to spend July and August at tho (Jlndes. North Scltuate.  At the meeting of Willow Rebokah lodge Wednesday night, tho initiatory degreo waa conferred on ono ".nndldat.e. A collation waa served, consisting of ico cream, cake and coffee, during tho social hour which followed the degree work. Mre. Peter Bullock had charge of tho refresh'' ments.  Miss Margaret Kelley, employed In the local office of tho N. 13. T. & T. Co,, has been away from her duties the past week on account of the death of her sister, tolsB Mary A. Kelley, who passed away Thursday. The latter was for a time employed In tho Maynard exchange and had substituted in tho Concord office.  SOUTH SUDBURY  Mrs. A. J. Bacon called on friendB hero Monday.  Mrs. Wm. Goodnow Is adding a coat of paint to her buildings.  O. F. Nelson Iwu been enjoying a visit from his slater, who resides In Boston.  Shlrloy Smith tins secured a _ petition an lineman with tho Edison Light Co. at Waltham. .  Arthur Hi Burr with two of his Boston friends, spunt Sunday at his former home in this village.  Frank B. Tulls is at Lexington painting tho sevoral buildings on a farm recently bought by Peter Pllk-lngton, who formerly resided at tho northeast part of tho town.  Miss Beth Hall goes to North Sutton during hor vacation, to hold tho same position nt tho HuutOOiv HbuB?, where ahe has been for four-sum-tnern. Miss Leonora Stlle goes with, her. .. - • " ".  D. I>. Wiley encampment. S. of V.. R. R. Cutlor cpmmander, with 21 members, escorted members of the G. A. R. from hero to Saxotivlllo Sunday, where norvlcea ' appropriate to Memorial day wore held in Ed ward n church. , • , ;  Miss Marlon Hall, who 19 suffering from anenmla, remains about tho same. Sho Is unable to walk and we are sorry to Ray it will be a long time before she geta up on her feet, but tho doctor thinks in time she will be bntter.  SUDBURY  Road Commissioner Bent Is making decided improvement« In the highways In and around tho centre. He has put In several new cement gutters, which .have long been needed. also other work of Importance.  The program for Memorial day win be much tho same as in previous years; services at the Monument and Wadaworth cemetery ' and at tho two cemeteries at Sudbury and No. Sudbury. They go to Saxonvtt)? In the morning, escorted by D. p. WUey camp, 8. of V. and the Sudbury brasa band, tho exercises being 1  held ¡here In the afternoon.  Appoint- Graduate in Optlci <18951 ments by Dr. ot Refraction (JJW€) telephone Dr. of optometry (1812)  Registered Optometrist ta Mu»-  Specialty  ««nee Main Oppcislt¿;,pasf OfBlje Hours: 0 a. ». to 6 p. ok * ■.  7 p. m. to 8.30 p. m. MAYNARD, Wednesdays Excepted. MAW.  X  1 Our Wedding Rings  are made in nuch a way that they never make the finger '«ote und our ussortmont is ho large that they may be Hail in all style« und in various gradea.  Our line of watches for graduation gifte is superb wtitlé we have bruculeta und other acceptable gifts in large variety.  For wedding gifts yov are sure to be suited fro an our splendid Jine of silverware, cut glass, etc.  Whatever your jewelry needs you wÜL find them anticipated here  H. P. N. DAHL & CO.,  Main Street, Maynard, ; s  Coal Drops to Old  i  We are now supplied with a good supply of the best coal which we oiti sell at the old prices of a year ago—during April aud May.  I can make the lowest prices for coal this summer  W. P. Litchfield, Main St., Maynard  When You Want Good Clothing:  for yourself ór anymember of your family go to  W. H, VIRGIECO.  The store whero you may pay cash or open a charge account  MEft'8, WOMEN'S» CHILDREN'S  275 nain Street Marlboro, flass.  So.Pramtmtiam Marlhoro Miî&rd   

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