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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                 VOLUME XXVII.  WEDNESDAY, -A.3?IR.IU. k31, 1915,  3STO. 41  mssam  WEST ACTON  John Littlefield of Poston spent the  holiday with relatives here.  Chaa. Dudley and Mrs. Dudley have both been sick the past week.  Miss Adelaide Cole of Boston spent the holiday at the home of lu r par* en ta.  Mrs. John Ti. Watkins is convales-pin*? from hor illn< ss Of the pas' week.  George M. Guilford and wife of Dos ton visited at the home of hi:, parents Sunday.  George Weaver received a new Ford car Saturday in exchange for his old car.  Mr. and Mrs. George V. Mead spent the week end and holiday af Iholt bungalow.  Hall Bros. mill <1 id not run Monday, which pleased those working ii the mill.  Mias Carrie Wellierboe rf Somerville visited over the 19th at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Whitcomb.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manslr spent Sunday and the holiday at tin* horn* of their daughter in Norwell,  George ll. Ite< d has a ,new two Ion autocar, which Is of fine type, and a great car for business purposes.  James FU/.gerald and family moved Into the house vacated by rims. Whit comb the latter part of the week.  Davis, King Co. assisted W. C). Strout Of Maynard in moving the furniture or H. e. Rverett Of Stow to Watertown last week,  Mrs. Dilia M. Sheppard and sister, Miss Josephine M. Tinker, of Lowell, are spending the week with their sister, Mrs. (Mara ES. Holt.  The friends of Miss Marion W. Folsom were very sorry to learn of the death of her mother at GleaaondaP’ last week, she having buried both lier father and motlier In less than a week.  Supt, of Streets Albert ll. Perkins started in work with tin* road scroll* or and a force of men on the care of the roads last week.  Thursday night, at about 3.JO, the bose wagon and a few men went to South Acton to he ready to give assistance at the fire at the Shoddy mill. Their services, however, were not needed.  ACTON CENTRE  BOARD OF HEALTH  The board of health met Saturday I evening and organized as follows ; chairman, (-'rank K. Task r, M. D.: sec., Kdward C. Page, agent to the hoard, Edward C. Page, school pin-sieian Frederick K. Shaw, undertaker EM ward C. Page, inspector of meat Ar it bur M. Whitcomb.  sidney e. McCleary,  71 MAIN ST.  MAYNARD  Quality G roceries  YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE  Fine Ole  Butter     b   5 lb Boxes, Best Vermont Butter.........$1.65  COFFEE, Best Santos, pound 23c  COCOSt, Hershey’s, 1*2 pound cans........  16c  Malted Milk, Horlick’s, soc size....................43C  Cocoanut, Shredded, 20c value......................15C  Baking Powder, liumford’H, 1-2 lh. cans..........13c  Tea, Choice Oolong, fide value.......................35c  Tea, best Orange Pekoe and Ceylon. Toe quality . ......49c  Peas, Early June, 3 cans  ... 25C  Peaches. SunkDti, 25c cans........................22c  Crab Meat, regular 40c cans........   35C  Jams, Raspberry or Strawberry, large quart jars........25c  Maple Syrup, Strictly new g Kids, large cans......$1.25  Com, Fancy Maine Style, 3 cans ...............25c  Lemons, Extra Fancy, dozen........................18c  Cii/voki Beat Granulated    OO#*  sugar, 5 pounds..........  With each pound of our High Grade Coffee at 29c, 33c, 35c  Bakery Department  FRIDAYS, Cinnamon Buns  dozen 12c  SATURDAYS, Gruellers  .........dozen    15c  GLASSES  Save your eyes and your nervous energy and come to one who  knows  LOUIS PEEL, Registered Optometrist  Maynard, Naylor’* Bloc**  GLASSES'  MAYNARD  Arthur Wayne is shingling Frank Mofrium’s house.  Misses Hattie and Mattie Smith are enjoying a 1913 Ford machine.  Mrs. W. TI. Kingsley is visiting lier ! uncle, Mr. Litchfield, In Fitchburg.  Charles E. Smith is again at work  1  after an attack of tonsilltls last week.  Amos Dennett has moved Into ’ what is known as the De Ixird house.  Win. IT. Kingsley is putting In a rf liar for John Temple of South Ae-  i. „  ton.  I    Miss Helen Sanders of Powell  spent several days in town visiting ; relatives.  i    Win. A. Noyes of Randolph spent  } Sunday    with Dis parents,    Mr.    aud  I Mrs. A. L. Noyes.  Timothy A. Thompson, who former-I Iv lived on the Isaac Darker place, has I moved to Winchester.  Miss Grace Holden is spending a  !  few' weeks with her    niece,    Mrs.    As-  I pin wall    of Scarsdale,    N. Y.  I    Fred E. Punt is making alterations  and repairs on his buildings, one repair being the covering of the roofs with parold shingles.  Rev,    Mr. Tlngley    and    Ray mon I  Farrar attended the county convention of ('. EJ. beld in Malden, on Monday.  We are glad to report that Mrs. (’barbs EJ. Smith is gradually gaining strength and Is able to ride out on pleasant days.    j  Don’t fail to attend the open meet* | ing of Acton Orange April 27, when i Prof. George TI. Dorton of the Inst I-| lute of Technology will give a stero-j opt Icon lecture on “The Origin of Our National Scenery.”  E’rank ('. Hayward of Doston has sold his house situated on tile road from Concord to South Acton, to his sister, Mrs. Harry Hanson, and will store* Dis furniture at the old bom in West Acton.  The bridge on Main st. is being repaired.    ,  Mrs. Lucy Clark was a week end visitor of relatives in Medford.  The Knights of Pythias will hold their memorial services Sunday.  Mrs. James Donahue was a W0?k end visitor of relatives in Lowell.  Fred Kelly and Joseph ponvls have returned after a week spent Iii Winooski.  Miss Katherine Wilder lias fully re covered from a recent attack of tho grip.  BEDFORD  MARLBORO  Fred Meagher or Mod for* relatives in Redford Sunday,  visited  Paul Collins of Webster is visit in; his brother, A. A. (’**11 ins.  CONCORD JUNCTION  CONCORD  Donald Wilson has accepted a position us truck driver for the Frost Carden co.  Wesley ll. Protista) was flown from Amherst .or over the holiday.  Mis Ii. day \v i* i Louv 11 in.  - . • cie v spent Cm* bulb r sister, Mrs. EJ*! wa rd  Percy Davis of Marlboro visited in  town during the week.  Mi Aim  W. I. Morse ami family saw th Martitlion race from Hi* start.  >i " of Poston was of Miss S (’handle)  '’' n, ham high sends a nine to Con* ford Saturday to meat the local high  sa bool nim*.  Th** water wagon mad** ii firs) appearance Sunday. Many of ii ■ had not expected it until th* first of May.  Mrs. W. D. How** ha returned from a vi.-it. vv itll relative:    in Cl,notion  N. II.  Alphorn* Ca a  11 b Ile in tow ti.  rcrohtlv visaed  Tile road depart intuit i busy a1 present cleaning up Ca    u* ,*Road  const ruction will he coninmm cd at once.  Miss lo mil y Wilson i am impaling  i trip *o (’anion!hi In tIi 111 r-*.  ■ar ft  Jam* f il l ,|    to has been sari  t *islv ill i'it t    to pneumonia. Is  : 'I far imor,    'n    able    to    Im  < it.  Mi fill I* se school and Concord high  * la si i on the diamond this Wednesday afternoon.  Fred O’tlrien and William McGrow have accepted positions as painters In Franklin.  Miss T.finis** Walsh of Minion was a week end visitor of Miss Annie O'Connell,  Miss Cecelia O'Toole, who has been confined to her home with the grip, is better now.  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schnalr are parents of a bouncing baby boy, born Wednesday.  Dr. and Mrs. S, ll. Reed autoed to Doston Wednesday and incidentally took in tie* opening game.  All tin* houses on Front and Sudbury sts., are being repapered and tin* ceilings whitewashed by th** American Woolen Co.  Mr. and Mrs. James Ledgard attended tho opening game between the Phillies ami Droves. They made the trip by automobile.  P. J. Schnalr recently installed a new light. In Lymm’s confectionery store on Main st.  James Dervin of Nasonville, R. T., was a week end visitor of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Sullivan,  Clare fsnor was given party Tuesday evenim I, of Ii is friends, who pr* with ti signet ring.  urpnsc .thou! ell * ated hint  Sri bur Wheelock pr* ** Conge** st Iona I church u ii.si Sup Jay.  st tin  Carli i  Mf ,b» ii ut rn  1   bone* in i  was tim is . 11 * *-' • ■ p h et ’ii  Mrs. (I• oral* Wiz, jr., of Phtladel-I 1  is is vi it jug her mother, Mrs. Rob-  i Jttine of Na* awtUO.  Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A i hi Im p \v cr,* in lo»v ii in slid the holiday.  11- v o muds  CRF DFT WMG Hi  BELONGS  Mrs. if. M. Rolfe went to iii' N. lf . Tm sd, , where she d-  • iI«    i f a i others* meeting.  Frank Kenny of Cl * eve.,!  brakeman for the Do ion ,v Maine R. It., who bas bomi scrbm I ill pi hi; home for several W* ok ■ ha In * ii re moved to St. John’; ho pit,ii in Low  ell.  Mr. ami Mis. F. I. *'la>    * pi  tin* holiday with their son. .t win I. lapin and futility at Huh  mr.* was a very g* my chout the city  db  :< niav in  a nor of I ’at .dots’ I <a>.  Tin* Sunday antonio mb* I atli** it greatly increasing in voliltm It Is estimated flint I .IOO automobiles passed through the e< titre Sunday, 1  which is a good arumin ut in fsvn> of building ami maintaining good roads  .\iins Rut*. Poller Of Do ton . nest of relatives iii tliis cit> ov r th kern! and tho holiday.  irs. A. C. Hturbard of Ik lim .v v. -bor Ii re Hundu>. collin - on rn former friends in this <div,  Co. (’.. L. M. M„ ll* bl an outdoor meeting Wednesday evening Two squads In filii (Ire;, unifo ,.i and a : (Iliad in khaki for guard duty v* * r sent to Lexington Monday, \pri! lh, to take part in the annual parade and de*!, -a! ion of I lie lh rn pale.  EJ:iii*, t Taylor ha* the contract th** new bungalow which a. vt im * ring rn having erected on IC.  Harry Parrott moved his ho ; * md I mn.ds front Vine st. Saturday to ’a house which he recently parch,* J , , IC I til pi.  A meeting of the pari Honers OI St. Michael’* church will Ie held on Wednesday evening to eon sider I'" pairs and alt* rations on this churel! to accommodate th overflow con r-ga (ions occasioned by th* large mum hers of campers who yearly \i it tin Oakland and tliverhiirst camps.  Miss Sophiu M. Dels**r, win, he'ti sp< riding acy era I Weeks in Ii' lr* mn* hdi, R. I., has ret hi rn J to : city.  Colp rn I 11,pet Ion,  ■ rn    I I!*,    lh 13.  I’ditor    Kip rn ;    >    la    i 'islanding  ti it oil"    -    'it fib, i at and    ac*  t v '■ b ade    ii    mu' l i b br c    of    to  day Is your fbi' lid regal. * off*-pfttldctlt    for    ti:    i ilia ae, sew.'    of    lls  bar tlmt    tim *    I-sit ut ii may    md    he  It* stowed m a 11 -i ■ where : i a of it belongs.  The i yef, i • ■ n fie da v*« r • a va ry .-r> at gratification to all who take pi "ie    bi ' *    portion    ut obi    t'on  cord. lied    the    COS    of    t III-til    VV II •  Inrg« I ba,, lo til energy. skill, clo cooperation and nod idgmem of i  group of '.O' na ■ ‘Opp*, young IIH ll and youtu* hula . oi whom your val pet! ri'Oprt* r i a, of th, , hmf. Tied, i ood w orb .iii-    I ii -a v . VV ill he a  pleasant memory to 'on. and to us a ll, for a long tim, to * ome.  A FR 11CN I)  Mr rn! Mrs \sa Walsh and dam .hr Mar. of Ca abridge were goons [over t holiday of .Mr. and Mi lames VV. Military.  George ll -pkins, tie well known' milldam mer* bant, has been unable 1  to bo af his store the past week ow-ing to illness.  William Rrennan bas g)->ne into the poultry business quite extenslve-I his spring and lins a number of < sn k aln inly hatched.  Hairy b v der has entered the employ- of Frank EJ. Cutler, the grocer, taking the place of John Mulcahey, who has concluded his services there.  ANNUAL MEETING  Th* (’. M. & ll. St. Railway Co. ran  on I alf hour time Patriots’ Day and the ilav was so warm that open cars w re used, much to th** delight of the a.an passenger*.  The meet ing of the Ludo ii society, which was postponed la we* J* <ii account of the ca iii pa ta Dost (J. a. It., will be held t aft moon.  PATRIOTIC MEETING  Miss Anna Flynn cf Williamston was a week end visitor of Officer ami Mrs. Joint Connors.  Louis Sullivan attended the senior dance of the E’ltchburg Normal school last Friday evening.  The progressive Knights of Pythias worked the rank of knight on one candidate last Wednesday evening.  Eugene Colbert and Jack Dean made a record ratch of fisD at White’s pond last Thursday.  Michael EJnnoguess is the owner of a new Ford car purchased through tho agency of til** W. A. Haynes Co.  Mrs. Joseph Zorlali and son Roland of Dorchester were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith.  There was a large crowd representing Maynard at the whist party and dunce held Wednesday evening bi South Acton.  A patriotic meeting was held in the town hall Sunday evening under th* auspices of the Redford Civic (lith. lion. Guy Pain was tim sp* /Per ut the evening.  John (ira im rn has moved from • < al Hey house on 11, v ens st. to I lo cot ’age hon; .* cr ct ii on Has I M st.  Mrs. II .’Imrl VV. 'ugh r who been suffering from an u t irk of t grip i.rn! tenants! • ie r < hee . ii home, is conv ab > big.  Arthur J. Coughlan  Real Estate and Insurance  Room 17, I Maynard Block Maynard, Mass.  FRESH MEATS  Of the highest quality—we carry none other.  Just keep us in mind on the t meat question  SPRING IS HERE  West Concord Woman’* Club Elects Officers  E'rida aft rn-mn Hi • West Concord V olm ii ( lull held it annual meet-i e. ;it which oflii re wi re elected to ■vc tot ne* ' year. M re. (’arrie EJ, I 'erie vs I,i> bae a ov - d h r elf (lur I'    :    I    '    pa '    > ll I II I"’' one of th  J    est    pm tihir    ami ' iii* ii ut pre ‘.dents   1 1 bdl Ho* i In a ha.- ever had. w a: re-et- et* ' ' the pi*i id* ii,-v Th* other e'Ficcr ar    billows:    First vice  pres , ’.bs. Mina IP Walker; second ve    •'    .Mrs PI nnie w Gardner  i ■    e c    '    'lr-    Ma bd (' Null; cur se*  Mrs. Hi rtrude H Goddard; Ir< -is. Mrs Refilm M. Wright; auditors. Mrs. Sarah C. Drat! Mrs Josephine I Dr* wui; dir etui . tut* “ years, Mrs. Louise Simw, Mrs charlotte Connor, , I irriet A. Shepard.  The official visit to Harmony lodge. A. O, I W.. wLicit wa.-, to have taken place Thursday evening was Indefln-It**Iv postponed, owing to the non arrival of the officials who were ex*  Pi ( ted.  Aliss Margaret Foley Is to speak In \. soc i; It ion hall Friday evening at 8 o’clock envious to Miss Foley’* talk tie re will he a hand concert, w Heil starts at 7.ii'*. A large number from this part of the town ore planning to attend.  OnPv four hits were made off Lottos by the Concord Junction team,  which played a practice game with the c. n. s. nine Saturday, the latter I nine winning four to one, A full account of the gam** will be found in tho Junction columns.  i wi— i wa  Now you ar** indulging in I hat delight of cbdights—M< >T< Mi I NG -so permit us to remind you that HERE is the place to secure the SI IMM.HPS and ACCESS*) Ii I MS that will make motoring MOST enjoyable.  Guaranteed tires and tubes, tested oils and gnoses, spark plugs, wiling, tools, warning signals, batteries of I * 111) \ IN QUALITY are sold by us.  Quality considered our prices are tile very low* -t--try us and volt will he convinced.  P.  WHITE’S GARAGE,  W. WHITE, Proprietor.    I    Main    Street,  Telephone Concord 150. CONCORD, MASS.  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 Gifts.  Watches Clocks Jewelry  Special Sale of Silver Salt and Pepper Shakes, 29c  Geo. H. Gutteridge  Jeweler 7 Nason Street Maynard  -y-  ■  ♦  J John A. Finigan  F. J. MCCARRON,  MAYNARD  MAS*.  Leatherex is just as cheap  arf leather, lf you like dry warm  feet, Try it.  NI. LAURSEN  3 Summer st., Maynard  Concord Jct. Mass., Tol.186-2  E. A. COMEAU  CONTRACTOR & STONE MASON  , Furniture and building moving. Teaming of all klude.  Hones for Ssle sad Exchange.  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  ♦  Auctioneer Concord .    .    .    Mass.  ■  ♦  Telephone 252-4 “    191-2  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  Plumbing and Heating  I  ♦it rn ♦  a 9  Agents for the Glenwood Stoves and Ranges  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  ♦  ■  ♦  Auction Room, Walden Hall, 21 Main St  ■  Watch This Space for Auction Sales  H'V    ti'l  A few good second hand Cook Stoves in good condition for Sale  TOWNSEND, the Plumber  Main and Nason Sts., 2 stores Maynard  ii.,.: Vi   

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