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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 28, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts                                 TORREY & VIALLE  INCORPORATED  - e.T'... ...... . .  WJISH to call the attention of their numerous customers and friends to the Bòston Automobile Show which will be held in  .; Mechanics Building  BOSTON '.MASSACHUSETTS  from March third to tenth inclusive* Thè firm will be pleased to answer any questions regarding the show and will mail any catalogue of the following cars upon request  < > < ►  è < »  < ► < > < ►  < I  < ►  < ► < ► < ► < ►  i > < ►  < ►  < >  i >  i ► < ►  i ► < >  < >  ■ DODGE./  • .'STÜDEÖAKER Call, write or phone 245-R or 8622  See".;ls at the Show  TOlREY & VIALLE  CONCORD  INCORPORATED  ìiMk . aiii Waiden Streete .  Concord^ MftS&<  ■  (  Telephone 245-R or 8622  Torrey & Vialle, Inc.  are'the  For Co^cqrd, Maynerd, Sudbury, Boxboro, 3fQW 9   ?  Bedford, Carlisle and the Actons  and are now prepared to give demonstrations at any time  in the above territory  A demonstrator always on hand. Write or phone Concord 245-R, 8622  TORREY & VIALLE, Inc.  WALDEN STREETS CONCORD,  Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Day attended tho funeral of a relative at Lowell Friday.  Mies Bossle McBrlde of Framlngliam was the holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Brien.  Mrs. James iLiedgard was confined to Iher home a few days the past weelc with the grippe.  Dr. Rowen, a specialist Qf St. John hospital at Lowell, attended Mrs. John Drlscoll Thursday.  Raymond Smith was tho guest of Oils uncle, William) Smith, at Dorchester, the past week.  John Brayden, Sudbury st., has been confined to his home during tho post week with illness.  Charles Jackson spent tlK aollday and week end at the home, oj. jIs par: ents at Sobattls, Me.  The Boy Scouts expect. tho arrival of. the ¿oap order, this week,.for which they. recently canvassed.  It Is reported. that the drug clerks of 'this town .are planning to form a Drug; Clerks' association. . -  Miss Lena Glazier or iLynn'wa'e th'e holiday guest of Mr. and Mis. William Barnes, Walthaim st.  James Burns of Worcester, formerly a rosident here, was the guest of friends here over the holiday.  Miss Stella Werner of Marlboro was the guest of .Mr. and Mrs. William Scully a few days of the weelt.  MIeb L. D. Fullontqn, who has toured the State of Florida the past two months, returned Saturday. .  Charles Weaving of Boston was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Weaving, Maple st., Washington's birthday.  Miss Hazelton, a former teacher in the public schools here, waB the guest of Miss Elizabeth Co)man during the week.  Anton Peterson witnessed the Washington birthday matinee of "Miss Springtime," at the Tremont theatre, Bostop.  Mrs. Bert L. Hart fell yl Kingston,! R.. j(., is spending , the aa :ji t}ie  guest'Of tier mother. sT  Brooks st.  Mrs. George Howes atfd grandson, George Brayden, were tho holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Shee han at Boston.  Mrs. Charges McGill and children of Lowell were the guests • of the for. mer's mother, Mrs. Bridget Claflln, during the week.  /  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foutasse of Weston were the guests of P. J. Sullivan and family the latter part of the week.  George H. Woods has installed new piano at hia studio in the home of Mrs. John Cleary, adjoining the postofflce building.  Miss Grace Holbrook, teacher at tho public schools, is spending tho midwinter vacation as the guest of friends at Brooklyn, N. Y.  Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Crowell of Swampscott spent the. holidays as the guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Shea, Glendale st.  Clarence Lloyd, formerly a resident here and now a student at Dartmouth college, was the guest of friends hei'e for the holiday and week end.  Dr. W. 0. Brown, Bay State rd., Boston, spent the holiday as the guest of bis uncle, Rev. Walter J. Browne, pastor of St. Bridget's Catholic church.  Miss Margaret Grady of Concord Junction, formerly employed in the office of the Curtis factory, Marlboro, bps entered the employ of tho cartridge shop of the American Powder Co.  John Mackiri of Mahchester-by-tfye-Sea, attended the concert and ball of Charles A. Welch lodge Wednesday evening, and was the guest of friends here over the holiday.  Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Plumme^ of Mar-blehead, the former in business here pt one time, were the guests of friends here over the holiday and attended the Masonic ball Wednesday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lowney and family and Mr. and Mrs. Friink Lowney and family of Cambridge wsre the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lowney, Washington's birthday.  Misses Mabel Lowney, Beatrice Cal lahan, Agnes Richardson and James Priest, Cliff Downey and Neal Callahan witnessed the performance of "The Love Mill" at the Colonial theatre Thursday.  Dr. S. R. Garland, dentist,-recently burned out, has purchased a complete now outfit and has Installed it in his new office on the first floor of the Home of Mrs. John Cleary, in the house adjoining the postofflce,  CONCORD JUNCTION  Horace G. Paine is tho ownor of a new tford touring car.  James Hayes of Sudbury rd., is enjoying a weok,'a vacation.  Misa Beulah Jones was a recent guOst o£ friends in Maynard.  D|\ George Kennedy of Readvllle \Islted relatives in town last weok.  Mfsa.Margarot Magurn is substituting In the graded schools in May-bard.  Miss Margaret O'Connell of Bos-ton was a rqeent guest of friends in town.  Thomas Hayes jr., has boon spending a few days with relatives In Bil-jerlca.  John Ai Brown, Monument st., has been confined to his home for tho past weekwith-grippe.  Miss Charlotte Brown of Monurro U t et., who has been very HI, is hot p-idly convalescing.   ;  Gilbert H- Word of Portland, Me., Is Visiting at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. F. L. Cflle Jr.  Mr. and Mrs. John M. ICeyes attended the funeral of Mrs. KOyos' mother In ^Cambridge Saturday.  Two crowded houses saw "The Battle Cry of Peace" in the armory on Washington's birthday.  Mrs. Augusta M. Foss Is visiting at the homo of Mrs. Frederick W. Taylor, Concord Junction.  The Democrats of Carlisle are to run an inaugural ball in Union hall, Carlisle, Tuesday Evening, Mtirch 6.  The next Tweeting -of the W. C. T. U.•will be held at the tiorrie of Mrs. H. C. Rolfe, Tuesday afternoon, Mar. G.  Henry Thorpe lhaa returned to his work in BoBton after being confined to hia homo for a number of weeks with illness.  K. -of C, meetings will be ¡hold aftor church services during the Lenten season, on tho first and third Tuesdays of each month,  James Gloason jr. of Springfield, representative of the Sunshine B'scuit Co., spent the is r eek end at his home cin- Deveq^fet; i  The next meeting of the Concord  : W«tnan'a club will fio held Monday at fernoon, March 12. Mrs. Charles E. Brown'is chairman of this meeting.  Tho first of a series of six lectures^ to be given during Lent by Dubois Murphy, was enjoyed by a most Interested audience In the Trinity church Friday evening.  At the Now England Mlllc Producers' meeting, -which was held in Boston last week, Roger Sherman Hoar vol unteared to serve the association as council Without pay for bne week. His effer was accepted.  A novel feature will be given at the Trinitarian tomorrow,. evening,  undpr tho iausplcos of tho Christian Endeavor society. It will be illustrated •■and will show the process of chocolate manufacture.  Before Hon. Pres"cott Keyes at the Concord district coprt srrlday mornlnp, there were tried, about 20 men who were arrested in a big coc; ght raid in Lexington Thursday. All were jtouijd guilty and fined.  WEST ACTON  Otto Jensen spent Sunday in From-ingham.  Joseph Splnolll spont the weok oud In Woonsockot,  Frank Gngnon cf Lowell epent Sunday with friends hero.  Henry Bergeron is spondlng tho week with rolatlvos (hore.  Mlsa Rogina Connell spont Sunday with friends in Somorvlllo.  Charles Simpson of Lowell epont Sunday with friends hoto.  Miss Harriet Fletcher Haa been nnf-ierlng from^bscesses of tho throat.  A number from hero attended a Uance in Sudbury Thursday evening.  Mlas Florence King was tho recent guest of relatives in Now Hampshire.  Miss Mildred Gorrity of Ashmon*. was the recent guest of relatives hera.  Miss Vivian L'Houreux spent Sunday with hur father, William L'Heur-<<ux,  John McLeod and family of Wnl-tham spent tho holiday with his parents.  The monthly meeting of tho Catholic club take» place noxt Monday eve-Ming.  Miss Mary Curry of Cambridgo wan the recent guest of Miss Louise Williams.  Frank Benere spent the latter part of the week wlthl his family In Woon-socket.  Mrs. E. H. Whitney has returned homo aftor an extended visit li Maine.  Mrs. Anna Chase has returned from a month's slay with her daughter in Ipswich.  WInslow J. Damon has been 111 during the past week with abscesses of the throat.  Miss Hortense Bergeron of Keene, N. II., spent the wonk end with relatives hero.  Miss Martha Fagerstrom of Worccs ter waB the recent guest of , Mrs. .James Adams.  Charles Hogan and William Fought attended" a banquet of tho Elks 'in Nashua Thursday.  Burleigh L. Pratt spent the week end In Rutland, as «he gupat of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shattuck.  The turkey supper In South Acton Thursday night attrapted a large number of Concord Jun6tion resident*.  At the Lonten devotions in Help of Christians church, Tuesday evening) Rev. Fr. Farrell of West Newton do livered the termon.  The inmates of the MasB. Reformatory had the pleasure of lfptenlng to a concert of the Lotus club quartet on Washington's birthday. This was in addition to the moving picture entertainment that they witnessed.  Next Friday will bo "presidents' Day" at the West Concord Woman's club. Dr. Charles Fleischer if) to b/i the speaker and hia subject will be "Democracy and Women." Tho meet tag is to be hi Charge of the SoqUI Service committee.  S. Bresth will havo an auction on Friday to soil hia cows and a lot of liny.  Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Holt apont Sunday at tho homo of Harry E. Holt at West Somorvlllo.  Mr. and Mrs. I2rnof>t Nowcomb entertained company from Qulncy on Washington's birthday.  Town warrants wero posted Satur day with 27 articles on same, to bo nctod on at town meeting, Monday, Mnrch 5.  Edward Pierce will movo his family tlie first of >.ho wook to tho lato John McGrath pl.vo, Eoxboro. where thoy will rosldo.  A. H. Sadler of Boxboro has sold Mb cows and hens, and will start soon at his old work soiling roal estnto wflth an office at Boston.  John Greer will leave noxt week for repporell, whoro ho has o now position on a fruit farm. His tnmlly will lomnln hero till Juno.  Frod Gllmoro concluded work nt tho depot crossing Saturday and started work Monday with tho construction help on tlho signal work on tho road.  Clifton Willis, who" works for tho Edison Light Co., Boston, spont the v eek end at his home, whore Ills mother haa been a grlppo victim tho paBt two weeks.  It is reported that Georgo V. Mead has bought tho land „of the lato Andrew Hapgood farm, of tlio Hapgool heirs. Work lias already begun cut ling down tho old troos, and otlior work In tho old pasture adjoining Mr. Mead's land.  BEDFORD  J. A.  Main m  A. A. MAGURN  CONCORD, MASS, TßU W  AUCTION SALE Thursday, March 1st  At 10.45 A.M.  For M. J. Tetrault at the Mansion House Stables GREENFIELD, MASS.  ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN HORSES  Sixty head of Ohio horses in pairs and singly Fifty acclimated horses All sizes and colors  FISHING PARTY .  parties Though  Thursday sevoral fishing tried their luck on tho ico. tho day was cold for ploasuro, a good tlmo was enjoyed \)y tho fishermen who brought homo a few small ones. They also brought a good story fr in-. Long pond, which Is true, according to ^ospph Bornler. , f 8onte ftaborraen from Lowoll wero there, and just before thoy stapled homo they caught a big plclcerel that weighed exactly four-pounds and a half and measured 27'Inches long. Some fish!  Tho town roports will bo delivered thla weok.  Monday, March G, tho annual town mooting will bo hold.  Goorgo Arthur Skolton la rocoverlng from hia recent Illness. fX  Mrs. William H. KellojHs conlno-l to hor homo with an attack of tho grlppo.  Mlchnol F. Mannlug has hnd c now (lag and polo orocted on tho postofllco building.  Lonten aorvlcca will ho held In St. Michael's church Friday evening at 3 o'clock.  Monday, March G, Is election day. Every votor should turn out and bo registered.  Mr®. Etta W. Norton was tho recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Phalon of Acton Ccr.tro.  Frod Sullivan haa awln tnkon up bla. duties with hia former omploycs In West Somorvlllo."  Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wllllnrd lmva loft for Pasadena, Cal., tho residence of Mr. \Vlllurd's fathor.  This yoar's change fro;n Concord high school to Lexington liltty baa no far proved satisfactory to both pupils end parents.  Congratulations aro being oxtonde I to Mr. and Mrs, C«emo Albanl, who obsorvod tho 25th anniversary of their nodding Sunday.  Tho grammar eohool scholar» 'aro injoylng a pleasant vacation from tholr studios. Tho school 8i»al. ns will bo continued Monday, March t>.  Old Conoord chapter, D. A It, held a food salo and fair oxhlbit at tho Chaptor Houso, Concord, Saturday afternoon. Sovoral from this town attended.  Sovoral automobile demonstrators l:uvo boon In town during the past weok, and tho possibilities aro that a email firo truck will bo purchaacd In the near future.  Tho now building In tho roar of tho town hall remains «incompleted. This building was intended to house tho town, road and niotti dopartmont machinery and tool».  Tho Important question at tho town meeting Monday will probably bo that of the license question. Tho, satisfactory way in which the present manager has handled this question, has been highly commended by all.  SÊDNEYE. McCLEARY  GROCER-BAKER  7 I  iirv  MAYNARD     BUTTER Fine Creamery lb....    42c      COFFEE Best Santos lb.......    23c      TEA Best Oolong,lb. ..............35C      RICE Fancy Carolina, lb.j.......    8 c      TOMATOES Large cans 12C     Saturday, March 10th  [At 2 P.M.  We will hold an Auction Sali of-  Modern and Antique Furniture at the Waiden Hall Auction Rooms  9 '  w  JOHN A. FINIGAN, Auctioneer  TmS, W m ■ m Conoosrd, Mmsf® '*  Save a Few Dollars Each Week From Your Pay  i  Start now with, a small deposit and it will soon'become a habit  Don't delay  Deposits go on interest the 15th of each And every month  Safe Deposit Boxes Only $5.00 per Year  Play the game safo and rent one today  /Hba^narfc Xivmt C.®  Maynard, Maes.   Trririr ,„ ( 9 A. M. to 3 P.M. daily HOURS|gaturday 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M.   

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