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Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 24, 1918, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME XXX 4c PER COPY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1918 NUMBER 35 0 0 <> <5> ❖ Q, à 0 0 $ $ ' 0 # 0 & «ï> ' 0 o 0 0 $ « e 0 o o o o 0 0 MAYNARD It is at once a mans car and 1 womm's Car Uncorrimon beauty and luxury, appeal alike to both sexes—as do the sub-, stantial construction, lightweight and ('Cnnomy >f opera i • 1 It will p >y y<> i to visit us and examine this car The gasoline consumption is unusually low T(ie tire mileage is unusually high , Wi ater Touring Oar or Roadster, $1050 Sedan or Coupe, $1350 Touring Oar, Roadster or Commercial Car^ $885 (All prices f. <>. b, Detroit) v 0 0 o <§► 4> 0- o o o O è <f> o o 0 O ' <> o o o o o o o o o £> O- ■ o o o 0 <> 0 0 lorrcy k Vlalic, Inc. Hain and Waiden Streets Concord, lass. TELEPHONE 245R or 8622 Eugene Espie spent the liolidcoy and <S week end with relatives in Hyde Park. Mrs. Margaret McGrath spent the week end as the gue3t of relatives in Melrose. Mrs. George Lynch visited relatives at Marlboro over the holiday and week end. 7 i GROCER—BAKÈR m st. . ó 0 <r to $ O § 0 o Ò o ^ o Q Mrs. Oliver Trees and son Malcolm spent the past week with relatives lit' Lawrence. George Perter of N°.wton was the week end guest of Raymond Hooper, Powder Mill rd. Mrs. Nettie Trees of Lawrence is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Trees, Randall rd. Miss Beatrice Malone, Concord St., spent the week end as tlie guest of her sister at LoWell. James Greenhalge, Brown St., was the guest of relatives at Boston the h iliilay and >vef>k end. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Kelley, the latter depot master at Shirley, visited in town the past week. The National band will give a concert. in Colonial hall May 22, ^or the benefit of the Red Cross. Misses Margaret and Alice McCor-mack and Nora.Lowney spent the holiday with friends at Boston. Mrs: Minnie Kivlehan of Gilbert-ville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bracket, Summer st. Private Albert N. Hodges, stationed at Ft. "Warren, Was home on a short leave of absence Saturday. William Reigel has accepted a position in the Designer's office of the Assabet Mills as bookkeeper. Earl Kitchiner lodga, Sons of St George, are planning to hold a mov, 'ng picture show in the near future. Mrs. Thomas Halloran of Worcester was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Malioney, Lincoln st. The fire department was called out to two bruBli flres Friday, one on Brown st., and the other on Waltham st. Mr. and- Mrs. Robert Hatch, Spring lane, and baby, visited with relatives it North Abington Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Joii-es and family, Great rd., motored to North Adams Friday and spent the week end. Miss Elsie Coonan of Worcester was -the holiday guest of the Misses Helen and Genevieve Coughlin, Summer st. Cor]). James Ryan, Camp Devens, was at the home of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Ryan Railroad St., for the holiday. Miss Rhea Rouillard uild John Kins witnessed the holiday performance of "The Man Who Came Back," in Boston Friday. George Mulcahy of Lowell was the guest o/ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lowney, Harrison St., over the holiday unci week end. A two family house at 2G Glendale st. was sold Saturday by Auctioneer Benjamin / jC. Brown to John Nordberg, at nubiic auction. / LARD, Swifts Pure, lb, . , . 31c COFFEE, B.si S:nt ,s , . . 21c QUAKER OATS, pkg. . . . 10c BUTTER, fine creamery lb. .. . 46© EVAPORA r*E > MIL K,Van Camps lall ßViC KARO WRUP .. . . . 14c Concord Taxi Co, 279-W lop Two middle aged men with fair knowledge oi accounts to assist in office and on stoclt. Apply in person to Mr. Vialle 18 Waiden Street, Concord, Mass. Wanted Mechanics Four experienced Automobile repair men. Good pay, good conditions and short hours» Apply in person to Mr. Vialle, 18 Waiden St., Concord, Mass. <0 1916 Studebaker* 6 cyl., 7 passenger type 17 ♦ : ♦ $575.00 1916 Dodge Touring Car ♦ $550,00 Good Mechanical Condition' / 1917 Dodge Runabout . . $575.00 New Paint—Excellent Condition AT ALL HOURS Special Service to or frpqi.aUjraias, on request Automobile service for small or larg© parties on short or long trips . I "THOMAS J. HEALEY MAKE IT do her share—and more ,000 THIS WEEK AND END UP BY DOUBLING OUR QUOTA It will add a Gold Sta: our Honor Flai Buy a Bond yourself Persuade you 14 relatives and friends to bay Bonds Sold for cash, in four payments or on the weekly payment plan Assabet Institution for Savings Maynard Trust Co. CONCORD'S LIBERTY BELL OP 1775 ROUSED THE FARMERS OP MIDDLESEX TO TURN BACK THE TROOPS OP KING GEORGE AND OPEN THE WAY TO THE INDEPENDENCE OP THE UNITED STATES CONCORD'S BELLS OF 1918 ARE ROUSING THE PEOPLE OP CONCORD TO HI3I.iV TURN BACK THE ARMIES OP KAISER WILLIAM AND MAKE SAPJj T'HE CAUSE OP DEMOCRACY FOR THE WORLD. WE HAVE ON HAND WE SELL WE DELIVER OIU WE HOLDi FOR SAFE! KEEPING ¡!RD ISSUE LIBERTY BONDS. CONCORD NATIONAL BANK CONCORD, MASSACHUSETTS CONCORD LYCEUM LIBERTY LOAN MASS MEETING | Please note change. This meeting is to be held in the State Armory, Concord, instead of in tho Town Hall, as Advertised last week] ■STATE ARMORY / Concord Monday Evening April 29, 1918 eight o'clock Band Concert 7.45 to 8.1S Music 15lot Depot Brigade Band National Army, U.S.A. Camp' Devens 42 pieces Chorus of One Hundred Townspeople Mr. Clarence E. Hay, director Speakers Captain Louis Keene Canadian Expeditionary Force, Military Instructor Dartmouth College Mr- Edward F. McSweeney Massachusetts Secretary War Efficiency Committee of the United States Public Service Ileserve Tickets____25 cents May be had of the Boy Scouts and at all • drug stores Gross proceeds to be given to the Concord Red Cross, Concord Volunteer War Relief Committee and Concord Branch American Fund for French Wounded
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