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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                VOLUME WEST ACTON Llttleneld of Boston spent the holiday with relatives Dudley and Dudley both been sick the past Miss Adelaide Cole of Boston spent the holiday at the home of her par John Watklns is convales cing from her Illness of the George Gullford and wife of Bos ton visited at the home of par ents Gdorge Weaver received ti now Ford car Saturday in exchange for his old and George Mead the week end and holiday nt their Hall mill did not run Mon which pleased those working it the Miss Carrie Welhorbno Sonior vllle visited over tho 1Hh at the home of her Whit and Frank Mansir spent Sunday and the holiday at the their daughter In George IVond has a vnew two ton which is of fine and a great car for business James Fitzgerald and family moved Into tho house vacated by Whit comb the latter part of the King assisted Strout of Maynard in moving the furniture of Everett of Stow to Wiitcr town last Lllla Sheppard and Miss Josephine of are spending the week with their sis Clara The friends of Miss Marion Fol Bom were very sorry to loam of the death of her mother at Gloasondalo lust she having hurled botli her father and mother in loss than a of Streets Perkins started in work with the road scrap er and a force of men on the care of last Thursday at about the Those wagon and a few men went to South Acton to bo ready to give as sistance at tho fire at the Shoddy Their were not ACTON CENTRE Arthur Wayne Is shingling Frank Merrlams Misses Hattie and Matlio Smith arR enjoying a Ford Kingsley Is visiting hor In Charles Smith Is again at work after an attack of tonsilitls last Amos nennett 1ms moved Into is known as the De Lord Kingsley is putting In a cellar for John Temple of South Ac Miss Helen Sanders of Lowell spent several days in town visiting Noyos of Randolph spent Sunday with his and Timothy who former ly lived on the Isaac Barker has moved to Miss Grace Holden is spending few weeks with her As pinwall of Fred Lunt is making and repairs on bis pno re pair being the covering of the roofs with parold Tingley and Raymon I Farrar attended tho county conven tion of held in on Mon We are glad to report that Charles Smith is gradually gaining strength and is able to ride out on pleasant Dont fall to attend the open meet ing of Acton Grange April when George Barton of tho Insti tute of Technology will give a stere optlcon lecture on The Origin of Our National Frank Hayward of Boston has sold his house situated on the road from Concord to South to his Harry and will store his furniture at tho old homo in West BOARD OF HEALTH The board of health met Saturday evening and organized as follows Frank Edward agent to tho Kdward school phy sician Frederick undertaker Edward inspector of moat Ar thur SIDNEY 71 MAIN MAYNARD Quality Groceries YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE iLeC Creamery lb 5 lb Best Vermont Butter Best pound 23c 1 2 pound cans 1 6C Mftlted 50c 43C value ISC Baking 1 2 cans 1 3C Choice fiOc value 35C beat Orange Jekoo and 75c quality 49C Peaii Early 3 cans 25C 25c cans 22c regular 40c cans 35C or large ciuart jars le Strictly new large cans Fancy Maine cans 25C Extra doxen 1 8C Best Granulated 5 With each pound of our High Grade Coffee at 35C 29c Bakery Department Cinnamon B Cruellers Cinnamon dozen 12c 1 So MAYNARD The bridge on Main is being re Lucy Clark was a week visitor relatives in end The Knights of Pythias will hold their memorial services James Donahue was a end visitor of relatives In Fred Kelly and Joseph rtoavis have returned after a week spent in Win Miss Knthnrino Wilder lias fully re covered from a recent attack of the Fred ODrien and AWlliam MoOraw have accepted positions as painters in Miss Louise Walsh of Allslon was a week end visitor of Miss Annie Miss Cecelia who has boon confined to her home with the is better and Joseph Schnair are parents of a bouncing baby born and Reed autood to Boston Wednesday and incidentally took in the opening All tho on Front and Slid bury are being repnperod and the ceilingswhitewashed by the Ameri can Woolen James Ledgard attend ed the opening game between tho Phillies and They made tho trip by Schnair recently installed a new in Lynchs confectionery store on Main Jamos Dervin of was a week end visitor of and Concord COMEAU GLASSES Save your eyes and your nervous energy and come to one who knows LOUIS Registered Optometrist Miss Anna Flynn of vas a week end visitor of Officer and John Louis Sullivan attended the senior lance of the Fitchburg Normal school ast Friday The progressive Knights of Pythias worked tho rank of knight on one candidate last Wednesday Eugene Colbert and Jack Dean nade a record catch of fish at Whites pond last Michael Knnegiicss is tho owner of a new Ford car purchased through agency of tho Haynes Joseph Zorlali and son Ro and of Dorchester were week end guests of and George There was a largo crowd represent ng Maynard at the whist party and dance held Wednesday evening Ja South BEDFORD Fred Meagher or Mod ford relatives in Bedford visited Donald Wilson has accepted a posi ion as truck driver for tbo Frost larden Tho water wagon made Us first ap pearance Many of us had not expected it until the first of The road department Is busy at present cleaning up Road construction will be commenced at MARLBORO Paul Collins of Webster is visiting his Wusluy Bronson wan down from Atnlmrst for over the Morse and family saw lit Marathon race from the Clarn Isnor wan given i surprise party Tuesday evening nhniil fit of bin who iirnsciitcil him with a signet Frank Kenny of CnHrrnt brakcnian for tlm lioslon ft Ahiinn who lias serioiinly ill nl lib liomn for several IIJIM been re moved to Johns hospital in Low Tim Sunday iiitomuliile traffic is greatly Increasing in H la estimated that 1iiOfi automobiles passed through the ninlrn which is a good argument in favor of Howe lias returned from a visit with relatives in Miss Hmlly Wilson is a trip to California In the near IM Arthur SNlieeloel preaelieil at llie church in Carlisi and Kaymond Whiliiiy of Cbelsea were in town ovVSunday and llie and India the holiday with thclr Lewis and family at There was a very geucrul diKplay of iiaus hi city yeslenlay in lioiior of Jatriots1 Itlli Potter of Boston was of relatives in this city over tin weekend and tho building and maintaining good j i held mi outdoor meeting Wednesday Two squads in full dress uniform and a squad in khaki for guard duty sent to Lexington April i to take part in the annual parade and j dedication of the A meeting of ilio parishioners of Michaels church will be beld on Wednesday evening to consider re pairs and alterations on Iliis ebureh j to accommodate tbe overllow congre gations occasioned by the large niimi bora of campers who yearly visit the Oakland and Tliverhursl PATRIOTIC MEETING A patriotic meet ing was held In the hall Sunday even ing under the auspices of the Bedford Civic Guy Ram was I he speaker of the Starbard of Huston was a visitor calling on many former friends In this iOnxKt Taylor bun the contract for the new bungalow which i ring is having erected on Hurry Barrett moved his hoiiHchol I goods Imni Vine Saturday to the house which he recently purchased on Klin CONCORD JUNCTION Miss Itnth Sweeney spent tho holi day with her Kdwnrd Miss Anna ii the holiday Alphoni liCJiii Irlilllls ill of Boston was f Miss ChandUr riCfiitly vlaHeil who has been snri cusly ill with plcuro Is so far a o be able to lie Inline in I n was the re i ill his Miss Sophia who ba biii weeks in Iviirj has relumed to Tho meeting of tho Ladies Riii which was postponed i week on account of hi eampiire of Post will be held CREDIT WHERE IP BELONGS Cdiicor April ICdilor thai DUO of liemost Illicieni and ac tive leaders in our celebration of to day is your chief niid regular corres pondent for this some of us fear that Hi credit of may he bestowed in all cases where much of Tho exorcises of the day were a very graHlioalion to all who take pride in this portion of old Con ami Hie of them was largely ilue o close cooperation and good of a group of young young men and young of whom jour val noil rooprtor is of the Their good it is safe to will be a pleasant memory to and to us for a long time to A ANNUAL MEETING CONCORD Percy Davis of Marlboro visited town during the Stonohani high sends a nine to ConVt ford Saturday to meat the local school Middlesex school and Concord high clash on tho diamond this Wednesl day j George of Phi j phia is visiting her j erl of Rolfc went to where i dressed a mothers I and Asa Walsh and datii ter Mary of Cambridge were over tin holiday of and Ml James George the well milldam has Tieen to bo at his store tho post week OW ing IjJ has the poultry business quite 1 this spring and has a number of V chicks already Harry Ryder lias entered the em ploy of Frank the taking the place of John who has concluded his services The Railway ran on half hour time Patriots Day the day was so warm that open cars were much to the delight of the many The to Harmony which wan to have plain Thursday evening was Indefln ilely owing to the non ar rival of the officials who were John Graham bus moved from He Carney house tin Devens to the collage house erected on East who has been suffering from an attack of Hi grip and al her Chiiuh is Arthur Uoughlan Real Estate and Insurance Room I Maynard Block FRESH MEATS Of the highest carry none Just keep us in mind on the meat question SPRING IS HERE Now you iiro indulging in I delight of ddightsM so permit us to remind you that HERE is tho place to secure the SUllLlKS and ACXJKSSOKI1CS that will make motoring MOST In u run teed tires and ftcsted oils and spark warning butturios ol ilALlTY are sold by Quality considered our are tho very us and you will be WHITES 1 Main TelephoneConcord West Concord Womans Club Elects Officers Friday afternoon the West Concord Womans club held its annual ineot at which olllcers were elected to j serve for Carrie who has proved ivrself dnrl Miss Margaret Foley Is to speak In year in one of Association hall Friday evening at 8 popular and eliicic presidents to MissFoleyS which Hie club has ever was talk there will be a band elected to Hie The olher which starts A num edicers are as follows First vice bur from this part of the town are Anna Walker second j planning to vice Minnie Gardner I Mabel Xoll Only four hits were made off Lof Cerlrmle Coddard by thn Concord Junction Kertha Wright whiHl a the nine the latter nine winning four to A fullmc count of the game will be found In the Junction V Sarah lirown for Louise charlotte Iliirriet MAYNARD Leatherex is just as eheap as If you liUe dry warm Try LAURSEN 3 Summer Maynard CONTRACTOR MAIlQN i and building Turning of all fc I John Finigan Auctioneer 5 Concord Telephone 2524 1912 Auction Walden 21 Main St I Plumbing and Heating Watch This Space for Auction Sales Wedding Presents In a Great Selection We A e Prepared to Show You A Fine Line of Silverware and Cut Glass Suitable for Wedding and Anniversary Watches Clocks Jewelry Special Sale of Silver Salt and Pepper 29c Gutteridge Jeweler 7 Nason Street Maynar Agents for the Glenwood Stoves and Ranges A few good second hand Cook Stoves in good condition for Sale the Plumbei Main and Naion 2 stores Maynard   

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