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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 12, 1924, Acton, Massachusetts                                 WEEKLY ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1924.  W "  NUMBER 28  WEST ACTON  ijcnrv TooliS bus 11 Ford roadHtor Ernest Cooper has a now lis,sex rich cur. ' ' ,  c (ua rt AtacCircgor has a I'TiJrd (jrlDK tur.  n. s. Baker returned lust week Nova Scotlu and plans to _, vc  jiia family hero soon.  Ac!0 n I-odge I. O. O, P. liavo safe "t their lodge room, ticli was purchased lust ween. Xtic flrsl meeting, of tlie now Jd or Trade, was held fedncsiliiy night when the offl-,„ mid director« . were elected "cton Lodge 1. O. O. F 203.  tr cil the Initiatory degree on candidates Monday night. Hr. anil Mrs. 'li. Ij. Hull and lighter Mis4 Ruth, left luut week rboat Tor Florida for tho rout of ■ month.  Arthur M • Wliltcomb started awoek to work ut tho North (idJIcr-ex SiivlngH Bunk ut Aycr, i treasurer.  yrs. Adit Durkeo lteluriWMl tone Surnluy from' Marlboro lios-rittl having rceoyored from her  ' jit opuniilon.  • Sire. Ella Hunouglia of Souier-rllle was In town . luut week for itvcral iluy».  Tho regular Hoeinl supper ut tho jtptlst Church Thursday night, ilso a mo uct comedy, Johnny'» Se* Suit, given by young ladies ¡f Mrs. A. IJ. l'urker's class. Tho Woniuns Club will ontcm&lu ike children till» afternoon. Mr». Rirrlct Upliuin Goodo will give nu ¿ffllratcd Iccfure on Now Kiiglund laJj an dn lid flowers, music la b dmrgo of M Ihb 'Annie Mc-. I'Mtli}' with Mrs. A. B.,Parker In lo charge of. refreshments. Members of Acton Lodge. I. O. 0. F. and Winona Rebokah lodgo ,ill givo the comedy drama luter, ¡■JliMng Daddy Behave." [W. J. Costcllo Is irfuembor of tho ut.  FITZGERALD'S GARAGE WEST ACTON, . MAS8. Authorized , 8ervlce Station for Bulck and Chevrolet CaV-s  J (¡oudricli Slivertown Cord ¡tailed States Tires, Govld und piard lJattorlcs jiIho iludio Sup-  iics.  CONCORD  ADJOURNED T(  Tiie free und independent citizens of the Town of Concoird iiiuhi be getting u -bit unruly for uguiu the Hecond time in the week. Tbursduy * evening» tluay wero threatened with police Interference and ejection from the meeting. , ~  In tho absence of limiting by-laws,, tho State law makes the moderator practically absolute In his control of Town meetings, und tho niodoiutor hud some dlfllculty In making this point clear to some Of the citlzcus uttondihg.  The mc&ttng udjourncd front Monday ufter four hours und one-liulf of lively discussion and fer  Ask Sum of $14,700 For Bridges and Roads —: Salaries of Officers Increased In Some Cases.  The aiiiiuul appropriation meeting of tho town was hold Monday evening ut Cooperative Hall. Atty. Alfred B. McCleiiry. presided, und town clerk, Frank E. Sanderson read tho warrant -'and served us clerk. About 2Ó0 citizens" Including a sprinkling of women 'were in attondan.e. An unusual feii-ture wus a report, made by town  ____ „ _______ ___________ ____ moderator. Ai the cponlng of the  vid oratory, was openòU uguln in mooting moderator McCloury slat  tilo Stato Armory at half-past seven, Thursday * qvening', and again a targo assemblage filled thd Armory, uml for three and ono-balf hours were stirred, thrilled, or- amused • ut tlio lively protests, deniunds. propositions, und discussions that cnsiipd. ' Judge Prescott Keyes wus moderator-and William D. Crass, clork. . 11 was voted t D  appropriate u sum of 9300 to present a suitable gift to tho noW iil- S. S. Concord which was named after tho town.  ,Tlie recommendation of tho Board of Health that the town undertake tho dlsposul of swill, etc., through, the Ropd Department, wus adopted and a sum of $1000 appropriated for the purpose.  3   To make plans for the proper observance of tho. liiuth anniversary of tho Concord Fight, which takCB place April 19. 1925, It wus audited tliat tho moderator mppoint two members who with himself.  ed that .all other town officers and commHtòes ròpc^ annually -in tho official town report. Tho solo exception is tho moderator und lie submitted a brief statement. Ho stated lie made some few corree-' Hons of procedure. Citizens wish/ ing 'to doubt* a voto-must riso in their pluce, address the chair and then ir the doubt bus the support of seven voters u division of tho  Continued on page seven  0 O n jj: o o *  BUT NEITHER DID NOAHl YPRK. S. C. (United Preps) Eighty-seven years of age and never witnessed a baseball gamel T||| is the r&6rd of Dr. W E Erwin, the oldest white man in York. "When young I played' cat bull-in-the-pen *nd shinny", ' said Dr Erwin, "These games were quite popular with the <fyoung lolks of that period. All thaSe gsimes appear to have'passechoff the stage. No  1 have never seen a gameof baseball—have felt .no desire to 6ee one." *"  BOSTON—8andlts shot and kiltod Josep^i Caffarelia, age 45, proprietor of a fruit store, and made "their escape with  0  less than $10 of their victim's cash, last night. The slain man is the , father of four small children. The desperados are still at Idrge.  BADLY INJURED  C.M.& H.BUS  l'oter Uuuthler.j;ju resident of So Acton, whore h®^ls employed at tho So Acton Woolen Co., was struck by d bus owned by tho Concord, Muynurd & Hudson Bus lino at ICdwurd Miller square, etirnor of Muin anil Nason streets, on Fri-duy evening about 6:30 p in. «  E»r. liarl Ryan gave llrst aid after tho Injured man was taken from boneuth the wheels Of the bus. Ho was taken in Dr Ryan's automobile t„ tho Deuconess hospital, Concord where It was found that he „lmd (concussion of tho brain, a fractured skull, lacerations of the - head and body and that both bones or his right leg nenr tho ankle wero broken. He Is not expccted to live.  Continued on page seven  Grcci Hard^Wood, per cord.......;.......................... $9.00  Dry HarrfSWood, per ¿ord }................................; $10.00  Dry Pine Limbs, per cird ........... ........................ $6.50  • Delivered In Concord, Concord Junction or Maynard  WALDO P. LAPHAM, Tel. Concord 47.9-R  CONCORD JNCT.  should constitute a couimltteo of three, which should nuiue twenty two other members, ull t 0  constitute a committee of twenty-flvo. Moderator Judge <Keycs named Samuel Hoar und CupUiin Michael Mrs. J- F. Fuller bus returned to (J- Doe. i  tìwn frodi Aiulden, where she has. Ifpcst tho past sovural months, und »ill occupy part of the house ut fcio. t l.awH Brook Road.  Cjim I'ickurd. wfio liiis been con-jUntd to the hospital ut Amherst llirfcaltural College with scarlot piw Is rt)]H)rt<}<l- us well again, Jiff rifioclH to bu out tho latter of the week.  I SAFE-KEEPING SERVICE  Let us cut your coupons for you  A safe, reliable bank for more than 90 years  CONCORD NATIONAL BANK  Telephone 28  Article 11, to determine wbut action ir uny, the Towu will take In connection with tho construction or a through automobile routo through town, uroused considerable Interest und discussion. Tho purpose of the now roud would bo to relievo traillc conditions through the «¡outre of tho town, by dlvorllns through trallle. It wus stuted thut the State would construct tlie 10ml wlilch wo ild cost approximately $500,000 leaving the town Uie uxpcuko of muin-tcnunco und lartd dumuges. which might bo offset by Increused land values.  Tho route suggested leuvos Lexington road In the neighborhood of the I'uul Revere Nurseries, crosses Cambridge Turnpike noir Its Junction, with Sandy Pond Rd., Thorouu at its Junction with Wul-den tho B. & M. R. It.. Sudbury road near Its Junction with Fulr-liaven roud, the Sudb\W ItlvOr, Muin street >it Urigham's eorner and joins Elm streot ut the bottom of Bukers 11111:  s   It was voted that the moderator appoint a committee to promote tho matter. ' Tho following committee was appointed: Judge PreB-cott Keyes, Samuel Hoar, John M. Kayos, William Wheeler und Guorgi) M. Weed.  Continued »n page '.wo  s   Lincoin  Fordson  are foltunate in being, able to secure Mr. L. L. Allen, formerly of Maynard Motor Co., to represent our interests at large. Any business you may do with him [ will be sustained by us.  Dèmonstrations gladly given on all used I or new cars and trucks. All models fpr immediate delivery; Time payments if de-I sired.  J* M. Hartwell, Nashoba Garage, Littleton, Mass., Tel. 39-3—Ford Sales and Service L. L. Allen, Littleton, Mass., Tel. 39-3  Say It With Flowers iuid Plants  iplowers for all occasions  Whether it be for the Sick Room, Weddings Funerals or Parties;  Flowers Telegraphed to All Pa rto of the United Ststeo  leonard cousins^.  Motor Company  Sales, Service, Cars and Trucks  efoyßcC  THE UNIVERSAL CAB*  Order your Ford Car now and avoid delay in delivery—350,000 unfilled orders last spring  Time Payments on Both New a nd Used Cars  Trade in Cars For Sale  1923 Ford Touring Car ........................$250  1922 Chevrolet.............................. $265  1922 Grey Touring . ........................$150  Demonstrations Gladly Given  Gately Motor Company  Authorized Ford Dealers for Maynard—Telephone 207 Naylor Ct., off Main St., Maynard, Mass.  CONCORD JNCT.  Roy Wood worth and Charles Couicau motored to Amhorst, Sun-day whero thoy visited Berfjamln Dor.by at Amherst Agricultural col-lego.  Wiillo necessary repnlrs were being mado to the engino at tho Boston Harness Compnny's plnnt, the factory was closed all day, Moriduy.  Mr anil Mrs. Johu Aduius, with friends from Provlncetown who wero their guosts, took In tho Auto Show, Monday,^ in Boston.  Mrs. Gertrude Bl^gett or Voi-l mont formerly of (his town vlHlted friends hero during the week. Mrs. Blodgctt Is considering roturnlng to town In tho near future.  Miss Vivian Lyon who is recuperating from her recent illnestt returned Monday from a visit wltli relatlvos In Boston,  In Business Eighty-Eight Years  The Middlesex Institution For Saving  Concord, Massachusetts  Incorporated 183C  A Mutual Savings Bunk No Stockholders  Tlio prodtu uro ror the bunellt of tho depositors  . Learn to save reguiurly  Deposita commenco to druw Interest on tlio Urst day «I oacU* month.  AUCTIONEER Concord, Mass., Tel. 4W-W  Closing Out « AUCTION SALE of the  Entire Stock gf . Groceries, Dry ' (ioods, Knitting Yarns, Fancy Articles,- Souvenirs, Fixtures , Eto. for HANLEY A CO. .At their store Central Streets Forge Village BEGINNING ON FRIDAY, MAR. 14 ut 6 o'clock p. in., und continuing on Saturday, March ID, at' 1 o'clock, p. m., and In the evening at o'clock p. m., until every article Is sold.  TJils Is ii Clenranco Sule, without reserve or limit. Largo stuck of High tirade. Clean Goods. Fixtures Sold on Saturday at 3.30 And consist of Silent Salesman, Show Cases, Buttor Refrigerator, Oil Tunk, CofToo Mill, Scales, Btc.  Come to u real auction, wliere jjou can. buy at 'your own prlcu First-class Goods—ull kinds of stuplo groceries, drjft goods and yarns. Tbe entire stock Is lu excellent condition: TMs 8ale Offers a Great Chance For Saving Ilunloy & Co. bttvo duclded to dlsposo or every article In the store at auction prices, regardless of cost or valuo.  Thoteruisuro Cash. Tho „sale will bo hold regardless of the weather.  G. W. HartweU & Son  General Trucking  By day, week or hour,' Tel. South Sudbury, 48-323 6  Jolm W. Mara  20 Maiti St. Concord  Two Telephones 52&53  Butter 59c lb.  Vermont Creamery  Cheese 35c lb.  Rich Full Cream  Ivory Soap $11.50  Large Bars. 100 Cakes to a Box  Prunes 19c lb.  Large and Meaty  Tabernacle Brand Coffee  Economical, requires less in the  making. •  49c lb.  Swansdown Flour  THE BE8T BREAD-MAKER  Orange Pekoe Tea 75c lb. .  Grown in the Gardens of Ceylon  i;  Thi High-Low ot It  T^try to get something <011 nothing,^gen^rally cpeaklng, is to get nothing for! something.' -'In o\her words, when It comes to plumbing'and heating, the highest bid rnayl be the lowest and the  lowlil 1  may be the highest.  o . ■ .  Remember that. Then remember this: Most of the things you pay for—the things that go to make a good plumbing or heating Job—are fthe things you can't oee.  Unless the out-o* sight things are right, your plumbirig or heating Job is wrong. And any money you thaugtit you may» have 'saved on a low bid is Ibst."  Plumbing and) hoatlng are to givo ypu .int} yourq Qomfort and convenience, health and happiness. To try to save on these Is ilkeihaggling over the cost of a doctor when yoi( are flail on your bqek.  The best plumbing and heating fixturcs. thc best materials, the best workmanship—these cost Just so much. To ge^ them for less Is to cheapen them. And wl|o, wantef to cheapen com*, foci and health?  A. D.  Plumbing Electrical Appliances Heating 24 Main St., Concord Tel. 336-M  Fresh  Genuine  Spring  Strictly Fancy ; LB. Quality  Fresh Shoulders 18c lb.  GOOD FOR ROA8TING  . Fancy Fowl 42c lb"  FRESH KILLED  Top Round 45clb.  BE8T QUALITY BEEF  Calves Liver  45c lb.  TENDER EATING  47 COMMONWEALTH AVE.  Tel. 416-W Concord Junction  z.  In our endeavor to better' serve the Bulck-owners of Leiingtoa i, and Concord ;we have appointed MR. GEORGE M. ROS8 of u 8 Forest court, Lexington, Phone Lexington 098» as our local, representative for these districts. We trust you®will consult him for;your automobile needs: and make arrangement, for an ,, inspection of the wonderful new 1924 models. Authorliad. Buick Service is to be hadfit the service station of Edward P. Mc-Leod, .169 Massachusetts avenue, Lexington; also M. 8. Manzer A 8on, Concord square, Concord, Mass.  /  The Noyes  Boston, Mass.,  Telephone—Brighton 3600  wmmmdm*—mmm  Vialle Motor Co. |  G. Walter Vialle, Treas. and Mgr. Dealers in  Dodge Bros. Motor Cars  12-18 Walden St., Concord, Tel. 335-R  Carrie D. Marks, Chiropractor  Residence and Office 7 Bedford St., Concord, Mass.* Hours 2-4 p. m.—Phone 461-R—Other Hours by Appointment Office at 8 Commonweath Ave., Concord Junction—Hours 8.46-8/15  do not give medicine; I do not operate; I am not a Chiropractor and I work entirely, on the verterbrae segments of 'ihe spine, releasing pressure on the nerves at their dolnt of exit from tho spinal canal." ,  *  *   

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