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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 10, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                VOLUME IDNEY I NARD 71 MAIN February Grocery Sale 6 Pound Boxes Fancy large 2Sc Solid 3 Grape Large Juicy Fruit 4 f or best 23c jars Kippered extra Sun 25c cans large can 18c lOc 21C finest pound Igc fancy package l gc 3 zsc Bakery Department Everything Made froni Best Materials Triday Raspberry 30c Saturday Crullers 15c i do all jew Rfiany peoplev Have fallowed necessary work to go during the Bring it in now and it wll be promptly attended to Gutteridge Jeweler Nason Street ECONOMY in one day last fair to pur chase A new pair of Make it a cheap pair he I cannot afford an expensive A good shoe is not an expensive I Cheap shoes are generally the expensive Finally after an argument I sold him a pair of shoes at He was in my store Saturday night and said Your shoe logic is good and I believe this pair of shoes which first i ever bought at this price is the best shoe investment I ever I can Bell you the same kind of a shoe and youll be back with tho same kind of a Let us get together Murphy lUimitm Main Street SUITERS COLONIAL INN IN OLD cial Dinners Afternoon Tea h or Without Private Bath 8165 PS A William Baxter was In Lawrence several days of the week on a busi ness Misses Mary and Grace Parkin were entertalhed over the week end by friends In and Harvey Richardson are to have a telephone installed in their residence on Parker At the meeting of the Holy Name club Sunday one candidate was admitted to Miss Marlon Sullivan plans to at tend a valentine party at the Pitch burg Normal on Thursday and Fred Marsden of Law rence spent Saturday and Sunday as guests of his and John Arthur CoiiRhlan will sell a wood lotand pasture Saturday afternoon near the residence of Washington Parnientor nearthe Sudbury Tho members of the choir of tho Methodist Kpiscopal are plan ning for an old which they are to present in tho near fu Saturday evening the annual cele bration of the Boys club of the Fin nish Mission Walnut will take There will be an Inter esting Albert and Edward Ledgard attended the athletic meet of the in Mechanics Sat urday They witnessed some very fine Among those from this town who attended the matinee of BenHur tit the Boston theatre Saturday after noon were and Alvah Dock and Matson and Miss Nina i a Sunday school convention will be held at the Fin nish Mission Walnut when delegates from Fitch Worcester and many other places will be in James and Marsden Waterhouse and Clit ford Cheney attended the funeral of Thomas Smith in Slow Friday after Burial was in Glenwood ceni a nephew of Par j In tho restricted match of 20 games of between Phineas Matlin and which is la progress at the rooms of the local the former is leading at the 18fh game with four two defeats and The annual celebration of the Fin nish Mission Parker will take place Reports for the year will be after which an excellent program will be A feature of the occasion will be an address given by Andrew Groop of Charles Holmes was called to by the death of his sis Aurella She died Saturday Burial was at Monday Holmes left for Mystic Sunday morning and was present at the A number of the residents of Thompson are making complaint of the stench arising from the empty ing of sewerage from the hill on Dart mouth to the gutters along Thomp son This nuisance should be rem edied in the welfare of health and the general appearance of that A successful fair took place at the Finnish Lutheran Evangelical Glen dale Saturday Thero are four committees who make plans for raising funds for the The event of Saturday evening was given under the auspices of the of which Ilmar Tulkka is the chair Fancy articles were sold and refreshments were A number of the young people plan to attend the entertainment in As sociation Concord Fri day It will bo given by the Kitchen which recently made a distinct There will be a complete chango of after which dancing wjll bo Late cars will be run for the accpmmoda tion of out of town The monthly meeting and banauel of the Masonic Social which was held In its rooms In Loewes block Saturday proved to be one of the moat enjoyable affairs con ducted by the There was 9 sumptuous banquet served and musical portion of the program brought Kdwnrd Miller In voca He was accompanied on the piano by George It voted at the bunlneaa meeting to pur antique which is to CONCORD JUNCTl Out work is exceptionally detail nn matter liow esciipcrt tinmcdianies that Jo the work Your cnr will bo wonderfully quiet IK uml sound when turn it over in yon uftor IKMIIK Mirmijli mir The right tin riglit inwlinnifs und tin1 right kind of supervision jitisfmitory work WHITES Proprietor 1 MAIN Telephone Concord ISO CONCORD I Plumbing and Heating Agents for the Glenwood Stoves and Ranges T A few goodsecond hand Cook Stoves in good condition for sale the Clumber Main and stores Maynard HEATING TROUBLES Promptly corrceteil warm oozy house assured it you call us Let us give lostfigures on a iionoini oal heating tyouplan to install a new out tit in your home or new can save you money ZIEGLER Phone 308 Concord Concord Mass Miss Agnes Olson was a week end oC Maynard Miss Edna 1oLersen was u recent guest of Muynard Joseph a member of the Junior was entertained by friends in Maynard during Hid itr reielving all rail coal The nmil dean kind ly th Whit ney Coal and drain A new public telepnone of latest lias been installed in the Richardson pharmacy the past week and already is much in demand Them haw been a great call for valentines at lie Stevens store but the supply was a large one and I here Is still a good Youd heller call If yon want a Keyes was mil Krhlay fur Ihc lirsl clnie his and i ronlial nil all ir lie way up the mill lie lias consideralile in bill hes feeling fiinciinl will h well represented nl of the Associated al VAesI Acton Ulfi Tins Acton brethren pome jjrenl allraclions and hope that the attendance there will break the Thursdays are devoted lo the Bel gian Relief and Ibis week is hoped thai a large number of the la dies will repair to the Trinity church parish for there is a large amount of sewing to lie It wih be an all day meeting with a basket nncli Clarence one of Concords crack checker went tip Maynard the other day and showed a few of the members of the nard Checker clnb how to One of the exports of the club essayed tr defeat the Concord lint 11 r latter easily look eiulit straight fron Miown will entertain tbr members of the Musical clnb at he home on Main Tho af teriiooii will be devoted to the worl m1 looie and MacMowell and IT the clnb will JlldtJ com an Illustration of the latte being given by clnb the electrical depart men of the A Stevens store is many new contracts having bee awarded Uiem the past few weeks flood workmanship and a Ibis linns policy is lo Use tho bes maleriiils ami guarantee every hit o the penphare giving them Walch this stores Theyll save yon Wells Illancbanl is chairman of the committee for the annual dance of the Harvard Juniors which will take phfcc Harvard Inion Friday lie is also on the committee for the an innovation estab lished ibis which will place on the afternoon of the same his is one of tlia patronesses of the Charles Fuller Is spending a at the home of his Pratlcy has recovered his recent attack of stomach Eric Judge returned to his studlet at the Institute of aftef a weeks The dance in South Acton Thurs day evningwas attended by a large number from We are receiving all rail coal The good clean kind sold by the noy Coal and Grain The regular monthly meeting of tho Hioly Name society was heldin Help f Christians church Sunday Junior prom in the town hall iatnrday evening attracted a large of the young people to Harry has removed his ring establishment from 53 Common veallb Lapham where an up to date IK society Irumti in four will be under the lirecliiin nl1 Uordman Tim cast selected for ance is a well balanced mil the play itself is said to be nteresiing in plot and Dancing will lieserved tickets for the maBr inerade ball of the Ten wont on sale and the de as has been No popular affair than this Is held in this vicinity and each year iopnlarity seems to The com niUees in charge have been hard at work for several weeks past perfect ing the details of the attalF and there is but little doubt that Association ball will be taxed to Its utmost cap nciiy next Monday Prank Newells orchestra will provide the musirwhile late cars will accommo date theout of town NEW FEATURES AT CONCERT to the great demand reiietition ol1 the concert by the Kit chen the committee of ar rangements has decided to repeat the perlonmince next Friday There will be a number ot cliaiijiis in the several nov elties Ijiiinp inl perlornumee dancing will be enjoyed until 1 Music will be provided by tins Hyperion Late cars will iicconiniodnte the guests from Cfiiiuonl and Tickets I lie last pcirfonnance which honored may bo exchanged for tttts So popular was the last af fair l lull thorn is but little doubt that a full will greet the orchestra Friday teji J M 4 11 i Good It has biiuii pointed out to cwiet consistehtll with yuz attacht tu loterz in uther ho spoled ghcauphthcightteough Hen the unraveling gh in can in phth in phthl eigh in tte in ough in The form of spiiing bee iz 5 AUCTION At tho For Any Eye Trouble I Am At Your LOUIS Registered Optometrist Naylors BlocK Friday all Monday Evening Auction Room I SATURDAY EVENING f at 7 5 a John Finigan AUCTIONEER Walden X FOR SAINT VALENTINES DAY Sweets to the sweet Is the oldfashioned way Of greeting your love On Saint Valentines Times havent changed The only thing new Is the candy youre And isnt this true That The Sign of the Kettle Sweets quite have the art Of tickling the palate And warming the heart 47 MAIN Telephone v   

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