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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 10, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME NORTH ACTON Peterson Is suffering with a fallen William Watl visited friends In Brighton I George Peterson lias purchased a new Indian to Install a windmill or buy a gasoline See the James Connors In this Edward Hunnewell will resume his old position with Barnuni Bailey on their annual tour of the country etartlng In about two Tlie next meeting of the Equal Suffrage league will be held at thj Civic club house Thursday March at I Brlggs of Norwood will speak on The Woman The meet Ing Is open to Next Sunday George Piper will conclude his series of lec tures on the This series of papers has been most interesting and Instructive 1o u large The paper last Sunday evening was on The George Badger of Crescent for mer American express lit Lex Is temporarily situated at Ar This is In the line of a pro motion for who has offi ciated asAmerican express agent in York and in winning recognition for himself as a valuable Miller was In Hudson Mon day as a witness In a Frank Barker or aoum Acton is working at his this He expects to ride a motorcycle to and from Miss Florence Chenoy will go with the high school to see play Twelfth Night1 i Boston tuttle is still going to mar ket at Boston taking apples for White at the present Dexter Spinneys new house is pro gressing raplUly and is about ready to the It is in a very sightly position and quite adding quite a little to the appearance of out Uobbins returns to North Ac Wednesday of tills week and will be engaged in getting the Nagog Inn in readiness to open up on April KIwin Hollowell Is engaged to work for commencing at NEEDS REPAIR BADLY It is hoped that our road leading from the State from Center to Lowell will lie repaired this Without doubt it is the most negloct piece of main road in and during the past month has hardly boon passable in It has been so bad that teams and autos have been diverted at Wheeler corner up the Stale through Littleton to Jef freys hence over Ihe new road thai way to SIDNEY 71 MAIN MAYNARD QUALITY ter 5 Pound NO CHEAP Fine Creamery Boxes Butter Lard Swifts Pure None better 12c Ib 6bars 9c absolutely boneless Ib 16c 25c value 18c KetchupjBlue 23c bottle 18c Fancy Ib 1 Oc Peas Early cans 25c 12 Ib 20c Best Ib 23c Choice regular 50c value 35c Ginger regular 25c c solid 3 large 25c Bakery Department FRIDAY SPECIAL Cinnamon dozen 12c Regular loc valuu SATURDAY ONLY SUGAR r Q With a 50 cent purchase exclu sive of Limit five pounds riAYNARD GOES NOLICENSE Thompson and Mahoney Combi nation a Cleaq Sweep for Selectmen Taylor as Water Commissioner Maynard citizens indulged in a reports of town officers and motion to retor the ir somewhat spectacular overturn it was voted on a motion of the finance committee and it when they put up a very decisive Hnrinon that the reports be accepted sl nollcenso majority and elected an as printed with the exception of Mr Sanderson offered the i Iollciwing a committed nost entirely new board of j report of the town bylaws be appolnted thc Maynard is normally a license was laid on the table until appropriations and report ut once every so often accumulated April This was done April town Those grievances result in anoverturn anil ly to the voters more Unit to John Frank such an accumulation was very much gain a better Idea regarding the pr In evidence this so much so In posed changes In the fact that the result was clearly forewas a shadowed In although the of the majority was a distinct surprise to the voters in The no license people this year went at the campaign hammer and tongs dropping the gloves with which they usually they went at On Art to see If the town would Albert William lr Frank Harry ii iid Lev Cheney AI the end of the business meeting the crowd settled down for a long appoint a committee to consider up propriations for the ensuing and being continually augmented reoprt at the April town until the time of the Town Clerk Sanderson thought when there was a very large crowd in In view of the fact that the town had hall and much enthusiasm was appointed a finance that manifested by the nolicense advo it with bare hands and some of should in that cans and the friends of the various stuff they got out was sizzling to say George Gutteridges views did winning tho The license forces worked with the motion of San Tin new board of selectmen lost no lime in getting as they mi Monday evening and organized Continued on Pago i with the motion of San very hard and had all the best of the deraon ne that the finance registration but all over town regular COmmiltee of 11 was appointed by Auction Sale in THT voters were out with a sharp knife which they sunk deep in to the cause they have often support ed in times gone Kurly injhe day the trend of events was forecasted and many men who were known to be license voters openly expressing their determina tion to cast a no ballot this so that those who in close touch with the situation were willing to concede early in the day that there was little or no chance of the town staving in lie license Nnxt to the license contest the in terest centered in the six cornered figlit for and about every to to thosu who were willing to Just as in the license vote the result began to be evident before the voters ceased visiting the ballot box for Mahoney and Thompson were the popular choice on all Binks was high polling a did vote of while John Thomp whom The Enterprise picked as i winner last was a close sec ond with the splendid vote James Mahoney was the third registering 18S voles mid ending William the fourth by a comfortable Jones hud 12 votes while Selectman Connolly of the old board fell away off from his former getting but 127 Henry Oilroy was last man with 1315 Frank May was defeated by Gavin Taylor In 1lio contest for the watei but polled a surprisingly fine In Taylor he had a very strong opponent and need not feel at all ashamed of his Initial appear ance in the Held of Jtmes Mullen and Thomas Wright were also in a close contest for the board of overseers of the Mullln winning out by about 20 Driscoll and King were winners in the contest for con The town meeting was opened at liv Town Clerk Sander one man think Uiii they should act on a vote of Move Your Farm Nearer Town WOULDNT you go to town alone lor but for if didnt ttke so long to make the trip by horse and buggy Thousands of farmers are doing keeping in touch with whats going and enjoying every foot of the way by riding an Its an important part of farm equipment It makes short trips of those long rides you farmers often dread It brings you service and comfort at a cost less than you pay for keeping a The Indian it made in the lartfiit motorcycle factory in the It has a clean reputation behind Itt purchase means an investment in Ihe hitfheil known quality ami not a costly experiment with a machine built lo meet price at which tfood motorcycles cannot be The 19IS Indian embndiex 9 big Batic and 20 important it New 1915 Catalog on CONCORD JUNCTI CONCORD Thn auto show in Boston Is attract ing large numbers from boreeach da his Miss Gwendolyn Krolhlugfiam of New Vork City was a weekend guest Miss Sudbury Thomas a student at Wil liams was a recent guest at Ihe Cutter homeon Sudbury Dfxtijr officiated at Lukes church in I liaison ad ministering communion at George Maxard of Manches delivers the Lenten ser mon at the Trinity church this even it Murray Dewart of Win cliestir Is to sneak at Trinity church at tlii Wednesday Lenten service next The Kings Daughters of the First Church held a niceIng with Ralph Hertford last week and engaged In sewing for the Bel evening the Traveling Bee hive will arrive in Association being presented to Willow lodge by members of Hillerica An en tertalnment will be given by the vis while Willow lodge will servi The reader at the Progressive sup per In the week WHS Miss Jennie Durkee of and not Lindsay as ro Miss Durkee very kindly gave her services and this wiis much ap preciated by the committee in All who heard Durkee were charmed with her THE WORKER IN THE WOME The lecture by Miss Helena bend of the Donnison Mouse Settlement for the past 20 will be given in Trinity Parish House this afternoon at She will speak on The Worker in the Next Wednesday afternoon at the SMJIL hour and at same place she will give another on this occasion speaking on The Worker in the These lectures are free and a cordial the public to come and hear these inter esting talks about the working people In who IB located in 1 spent last week with his Miss Marion Hall of Newport ipenV Ihe past week with and Jus tin Leslie MacKenzie was the guest of friends in town Fred Gale has been serlouily ill with John Simpson has returned to town and entered the employ of The automobile show In Boston haa been a great attraction for Concord Junction people during the past John Wilson is the of a new touring one of this years models of the Dodge The monthly meeting of the Holy Name society was held In Help of Christians church Sunday The Webber Millinery Is to op en in Uipham block next and Webber have already locat ed WILL SURPASS LAST SUCCESS Posters are out announcing the Mens club Our which is to be produced March 11 and 12 In Association The play Is a hum orous one and the fact that all thi male and are to be tak en by club members should make It a Last years success is BtlH fresh in the minds of all who saw and those in position to know claim that this will far surpass even that Harriet Boardman Robinson has charge of the staging of the produc Hyperion orchestra will furnish the RESUMING Business at Hie Boston Harness shop is once more assuming 1U BM mal condition for the foreign oHBrir on which they have night and day has been Of course there is a possibility of an other big contract coming but this week will finish the last of the 18000 harnesses for use In the The summer schedule has been adopt than usual and the employes will have the benefit of the half holiday Satur day from now until WHITES P Proprietor Wedding Presents In a Great Selection We Are Prepared to Show You A Fine Line of Silverware and Cut Glass Suitable for Wedding and Anniversary Watcs Clocks Jewelry Gutteridge Jeweler 7 Nason Street Maynard Main MASBT Telephone Concord 150 jf Harness Carriages and Farming Tools to Harry Gardner Cambridge Turnpike Concord One Mile from the Centre John Finigan Auctioneer Concord Telephone 404W Telephone 2B2M I and Albert Bailey was as Charles Keeno had tho honor of canting the first vole and from that time until four there was mi almost steady stream of oiH coming Into tho At whon Ihe polls a very large vote was tho total male vote registering 961 Tho counters promptly got to work but the largo Mattering vote made the ballots hard to so that It wns the result was made At 2 oclock the regular business meeting took when these min or officers were elected James William Naylor and James MMl fence viewers Fred WilHum Bishop and field drivers Albert HI ram Parkin and James meas urers of wood and bark Albert James Mullln and Levl surveyors of On to hMr and aot upon For Any Eye Trouble I Am At Voiir Registered Optometrist BlocK Friday all Monday Evening SUITERS COLONIAL INN IN OLD Regular and Special DJMkeni Afternoon Tea Rooms Wth Bath Booklet JSEiM 8165 Plumbing and Heating Agents for thc Glenwood Stoves and Ranges A few good second hand Cook Stoves In good condition for Sale the Plumber Main and Naion 2 itorci Maynard
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