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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 17, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                i f V 1 OLUME MAYNARD GOOD WORK P Groceries YOU W JT Creamenf 5 Pound oxes f t V i m m t i r r V best Santos Solid Pat Absolutely Pure Boneless Cod beat PeacWsun 25c cans choice pound Tea Orange Pekoe or 75c Early cans finest pound large can Orape Large Juicy Fruit fancy package Crab large 4pc Evaporated 3 cans medium size 65c value 57c Best Granulated r F Five Pounds With each pound of our special High Grndo Coffee ut 8flc kery Department ade from Best Materials Friday SpecialCinnamon Buns Saturday SpecialRaisin Bread loaf 1 Oc L Done By Fire Damage by Fire During Past Year Very Small The report of the fire which will appear In the annual re port of the several boards of town officers for will show a record of the fire department which is noth ing short of They modest ly state in their report that they feel sure thatthe citizens realize that the purchase of new apparatus and the modernization of the fire has fully justified The horses have been used on the highway de partment for 200 days during the making a saving in that depart ment of and at the same time they have been able to use them t more quickly than in the days of the call The economy of the which was noted in the last annual report in regard to the re duction on the motor when has borno fruit In many needed repairs in the The following record of alarms will certainly establish a record when damage is compared with their nnm During the past year there were lj bell alarms and 24 stilt making a total of in The to tal loss for the 117 alarms is The total insurance was mak ing a net loss of On several occasions tlie Enterprise reporter has seen the new apparatus reach tho scene of the fire before the alarm had ceased Judging from performances this town is not blessed with a splendid water pressure and a splen did fire fighting also with engineers andfire fighters ond to no town in ACTON IMeree Another change of working hours at the telephone exchange look ef Miss Rebeccah Cameron of Heverly was the guest of Miss Ruth over Louis Bradford of down in his auto Sunda on the next meeting of the Wo mans club tlio subject for i f the afternoon will bo Literary Con cord by Frank Miss Haze Coolldgc was in BEDFORD week came and called McMahon spent the end in Davis is HerluiiKly ill Ills mv South Torrey spent tin week end relatives In SMvices will lie held in MI church Ash Wednes day I lias issued circular a on Skcne I latchery illustrated Tminus Hut has added a fancv rooster from Ion chorus for the performance of to his poultry W K n I given at Concord Satur day and Monday For the last of the series of enter with the poet Alice and Miss Margaret Cnmminirs of Wai tham hy the clioh of the Unlversaltat will jivr the The Uidy of at tho Unlversalist church Thursdi Walter Hansen auctioned off his household effects Friday will leave soon for tlie middle The Boston survey have been working here f Miss t Sadie Murray of Boston and iss Murray of Kverntt in Bedford Walsi fnun SUPPER AND SOCIAL Draws Large New Quar tet Makes Appearance The regular monthly supper anu social at tho Baptist church Thursday nljrht drew out a larsn The entertainment was riuilo an tion and proved ono tho besl for some There piano T Ids illness Mulllclenlly to sumo bis duties with the Boston number of old Mine residents in town Monday the occasion beiiiK Hie annual reunion Michaels The Pfeifler Wrench is on i he Circulars have by Miss Klinor Eifaiuihard and Laura hy Miss enjoyed out by Ihe il esc rib in ihirt All local ITS In hardware and similar supplies have added this SUFFRAGE LEAGUE FORMEO sec and roadln JJrown were and brought fortli much Hut the surprise came when the new fiiartot made its firs appeaiami mooting of those interested in Nn doubt the members will be hrard the enfranchisement of lnll for they left n Hue the home of were Slkkttey BOYS CLUB ON pin1 in one day last to chase a new pair of Make it olicap pair he I cannot afford an expensive A shoe is not good an l tC heap slioos arc gcaerally the ox pensive L I of f Finally after an argument I sold him a pair of shoes at He was in my store Saturday nignt and said Your shoe logic ia good and I believo this pair Hhoes wlilch is the first i ever bought at his price is the best shoe investment T ever I can sell you tlie same kind of a shoe and back with the same kind of a Let us get together i t I I t GIVRS Well Balanced Entertainment in Finnish Mission Church to Large Crowd The which was giv en under Ihe auspices of the Boys of the Finnish Mission church Saturday was attended by a crowd of lUfi A well bal anced program rewarded for their There was congre gnlionul Ringing Bible reading by John Vaananen address by the paBtbrV on Boys WorkT Welcome Song written by sung by Hoys club Wil frid Riihiluoma cornet Paavo Jarvlncn welcome John Pin ola John Arthur John Kvcrett Suom ala chorus club 8kctuh Who is the Wise Mnn11 by Eddie Paavo George Ami Albert Kansoja and Km 11 In addi tion there was a lower sale and in which quoits was tho most Closing remarks were made hy the During tho ening refreshments were The Slickttey Mary Tyler and Alice Gen timer contra The fol io wing were ITumpty Dunipty mcdU and and SKCM reunited in th formation of the ford oliicers ilectcd were Mason vire Halfour Krasik ClarU Arthur Those rorgciun1 membership are itskeil to send tun mow in the s tin 1 h LENTEN SERVICES Heating Stoves Glenwood Ranges H few good second band Cook S L At Bridgets Church Every Wed nesday and Friday Evenings Ash Wednesday was ushered in at Tlridffets church this Wednesday morning hy a mass at 7 after which tlio BIoBsed Ashes were dis This afternoon at 4 oclock the ashes were distributed to the This Wednesday evening at there will bo services consisting of tho bene diction of tho most Blessed Sncra after which tho ashes will bo Friday evening services will be held at and will consist oC the Stations of the Cross und bene diction of the DlenHGf The Uonton services will bo held ev ery Wednesday and Friday evenings during tho holy season of with the saino KorviccH as tills Tho fiutomobilo is a nuuhinn that kipt in MlST be ivcrliuulnl hy ino ciiauiirs at least onotn your if it is to Hit1 maximum ul SAKM WlitMi your imuliiiH ciiinVout of niir liamln nftcr detail of tin1 work has Iwun porructly done and rigidly inspector nnd Lets talk MAIN Proprietor CONGO j Telephone Concord IS O EB Auctioneer TOWNSEND Plumber j and Nason StsM 2 stores GUEST DAY Tho annual mnml day oC tliu Concord took pluco in tho First Parish Mooting Saturday Concord h Mass Central Church i Mitt ALICE angeofDat w Pianist Thu 4j i AT 1ICHT OCLOCK h n ri Morse oC tho board of directors were among tho hostesses by virtue of their Members from this town who attended included U James Helen Bent Cur Allrod Al fred MciUeary and Jowlo worn Frod Juno BraokH Julia MU0 Ruth Thompaon and Telephone 2524 1C 1 1 O 191 Auction Room Walden 21 Main St COCORD Viola KOHS Lawler is at hot recovered from her re which was performed at ii irivaln in Watch Th tr llayjuonrt tlie scenery b for llu club play from Cam ind biifk lining hto auto iruck Tor In A brief nionlitm of Willow luhcknh linld Monday It al owiiiK to tlio masqior and tho buslnnsH llspcnsotl Unlpii Holdon entertain oil the Charltablo society at hor honn1 on Hod ford Tho usuiil buHinnss mooting with sowiiifr was followed Marion lioolb fourlli htnro before HIP claws in ixojiKliip this She will today on Tho Kortoral Govenv Tho hold as usual Tliis part ol the town was well rep lesented the iniiHipierade at tho Monday A full ac count of the affair will he found In 4 Ihe Concord Junction columns oT this Abide Nicliolson of hcomin r and Miss Marijrarel Ofonnt of Hassinaifs of Miss Hilda iioinl Harwnts fam KiieslK Ihe Uayinond Thursday The now directories ate out Ibis and greatly tale 111 work of the operators at cen tra and also make much moro cnieiit fur the stibscribors Uian ii has since the installation ol t lie new system and Ibe c in The contest on the indoor rill i runue of Company I will ha ve to lie discontinued for lie ilie Iacl lhal Ixli rifles usod for tdls went out of commission the lirsi ol and IMJ more until i seme rio lecture by Alderman IIarr which was Riven in the Par isli House of Trinity rhureli under the auspices of Ihe Glens was very well af and tlie many in farts brought by Phillips on the subject of Christian it v and left fond for thought 4 with all who were fortunate enough to Aliss Jessie Wilson left Concord ot slay for her hew home in s of her family iirei hor as far as A of the members of the Pin of which she is a mem met tin1 train ai the stn lion ami escorted her for a dis sinning fral snnirs and other wise cheering the bridelobe on her Tln exact date of tho has not been but will pond on Ihe time she reaches She rrroiveil many from her Concord which she will take with her to her now CONCORD Leon Houndy and family have niovod to where dy Is engagrftfn the William Fought has been fined to the Deaconess hospital week with a very severe attack of stomach Ash Wednesday services were held In Hflp of Christians church services will be held at Friday A miniature strike occurred In the laundry the latter part of the hut affairs were smoothed over in to begin work again on lay ANOTHER SUCCESS Large Audience Greets Kitchen Or chestra Friday evening another crowded house greeted the second presen lion of tinconcert hy the In spile of the large tho previous performance every sent was tiled when the curtain and as on the previous the affair was a decided every number beins loudly f Several changes were made In the A quartet composed Of John Miss Emma Cor nelius and Martin Gllligan rendered Miss Anna nliaii nave a very pretty Irish step which was much appreciated by tho Mother as Hims by Martin was j received with much With theso exceptions the enter j laimnent was practically the same as at the first Miss Hale attain her audience fey her clever directing and her equally r dialmint while provoked much laughter and applause by her r WIMK the performance the hall j j i M 1 r in furniKiiPfl by the Hyperion 4 n During intermission ments were served in the banquet Lute cars accommodated the L large number of guests from Concord and 29TH ANNUAL CONVENTION The iililh annual convention of Mid illesex Local Christian Endeavor Un ion will be hold in Union church f There will be two afternoon and the topic ot dm convention being Christian Ser 1 1 Supper will bo served the local society to the visiting A number of excellent speakerswill deliver addresses iiml a musical pro Aram bas been U is ex pect oil that the attendance will be Ijirtro r J 1 m Radiance of the Carry Hie radiance of your soul your face let the world have SUITERS COLONIAL INN IN OLD Regular and Special Dinners Afternoon Rooms With or Without Private Bath Booklet Telephone 8165 WK For Any Trouble I Am At Your LOUIS Registered Optometrist Naylora BlocK Friday all Monday Evening W it r i nVft 7 r V At the Sign of the Kettle Candy Kitchen we have Ii A Charming Little Novelty from the South Candied Fruits Put Up in Needle Baskets let us fill an order of JONES Nuts for you 47 MAIN OON 3MW i J i i mtW   

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