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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 5, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                I I F r Pfl 1 IvTE S 3D A VOLUME XXV1L WEST ACTON BEDFORD Frank Williams Is convales ctag from her recent Illness and is spending the week with her sister at Concord Postmaster James Kinsley Is treat Ing his house to a new coat of Franjc Williams is doing the Last Wednesday night Kin carried to Boston market 54 uox 68 of something unusual for so early in the Wilkins of Boston has David Walls largo farm in Sadler of Everett bought the farm of Stickney in Boxboro and took possession last Carlisle has a fine lot of cu cumbers and tomatoes which he sending to Boston Miss Jessie who for sov r oral years has had the position as li brarian at the Arnold has accepted a new position i at the State House library ns libra She will also do catalogue work j and commenced on her new position and Robert Bourne went last week to Bourne has had a farm given her by her Bourne has been i employed by Knowlton for near ly Their friends here were to learn of their Hall entertained a faml gathering at his home Wednos day night in honor of his mothers 70th Ilnll had just returned home from Florida the day The evening was a pleasant one for number present and all en joyed the good Lexington park will be at the usual time this Tirown has Bedford after spending in returned to the winter Addle Rollins is back at her summer home on South after spondlns the winter in Orange MAYNARD MAYNARD Lloyd Walker is employed at store of Hnynes the r George Porter of Watertown cntertnlned by Raymond Hooper was Sun Six new Full Ins mills aro ImliiR in stalled in tho wot finish ing depart ment of the Arthur Sour and children vis ited relatives In Newlon dnriim lha Torrey Viullnf Concord havo secured the agonry for tin Ovorhml automobile in Garnctt spent several days of and Charles bni H J tho pri Tho extra summer cars will soon running on the Middlesex will give botter service to al surrounding and Mny fi is the dato of a combined suflrnso meotins and snlo at the rivir club There will be spoak IUR at find objections will be an Following this meeting cake will be the new propvi etov of the Bedford has tnkon possession of the property and Is Ing Plans to conduct a first class ho tel in nvery Repairs are be nir on the building which wil1 make it more attractive both inside and Fred the for mer has moved to River where he will reside for the rriends in of ha wren en tho week with Eva Kneneerls Miss Ida Sherr as clerk in the lailies1 ment of lierers WIHlnni Casny has sold the nnd fixtures of tho ouso to John Donovan of and Alvin Smith of Marl born visited the formnrs and John over Sun MARLBORO 15tlna Soiilu luis returnod from i days Btiiy In William is work ni in tlio Middlospx rursons is sufforing with a H on his Robert Loomis of was a guest at the Windsor The school committee will have a this TuuHiluy A Goodyear stHcIiinK machine was into the Frye farlory Wind so j ames Lent was tho high roller alloys last winning with a fine string of at 1 art nnd KiiniMsh of her school vacation Rrnesl Ktates Marshal Mitchell ia on a trip to CO RD Miss Mary Damon has recovered from her rocnnt attack of tho Albert Hicks Is recuperating after Ji opnrullun performed on his wo r j the new Jeffrey touring Miss Mildred Wilson is home Cam bridge for a brief Miss Dnmiliy Jlahcock of Homer h1 i In end with her Willow Rebekah lodge is to visit from the Grand Officers Mil monthly m tuning of Holy NaniK Horfiiy was hold Sunday even ing in Iklp of fhriKlians Townsend has returned to liis homo on Monument brief stay at The Miss Mnry Connhliii returnod to hor tuiinhiiii dntps in Mayminl Mmi rlay Jittor i wmks Roger Sherman Hoar has purchased R 250 acre sheep farm on for a summer 1 V with Swamp Tlio cousus enunurullon In this city will completed within tho next fri pa Ada Hodgcss was u guest of ends In Wavorly during latter t of the Allan Howard of IB enjoying a several with his and Allan Rim Charles comma 1wsl was in town from May iMoiluns will ho held in Help f fMiristiniis ciiiirch Friday and Sat ius at and Thomas Tavlnr Julia Lynch and Richard coran were recent visitors in Tl iinnnal miMtinv of tho Kin mens Rollef Association bo hold Monday firaltim Cnshlns and viral of ihc rouufil inado visil to tho Reform atory Misses Frances McManus and Wallace resumed their school tetc ing duties In Maynard Monday mbnt ing after a weeks Michael Dee and Oeorgo Prescott acted as a drill of Company P in ro Monday ton Main whirb from J they reconlly pur OKeefe of tho OKeefo Shoe yesterday on a hiisiiiss trip to MANY FROM HERE Miss Dorothy Tewksbury led monthly consecration service Tincomic Riven fhristian Endeavor at the TrinlU Frank and Miss Misa who has n Cbilds were reoont guests oi1 nojnurnlnffwith Miss A ma returned to her homo in early in Iho Krod Flotohor is to move from Pious ant into tho houso foimerly ocfiipiyd hy his hi lato Lewis by the club of tho Concord hiRh church Sunday school Kriduy and Saturday ovenlima larKe uumlier from Concord Several of tho cas nnd a number of tho chorus were from DEATH AFTER LONG ILLNESS TOOK PART IN OPERA The 2act comic by Gilbert and played by the Concord high school Glee club Friday and Saturday was attended by a large number from this Miss Thelma McGregor and Norman McAllister of this wereamong the members of the cast and McAllisters singing been highly as it was most excellent and a delightful sur prise to bis schoolmates and Anthony Kenrtck died at his homo on South Friday evening April after a long was born in Kast Boston and resided nearly all his life at the Konrlck es tate on Shawsheen Ho IH survived by a Susnn George and n Henrietta Rus a son Charles and a Mary Funeral was held Tuesday afternoon from tho residence Torrey Konrick was well to ev ory person in the community as an industrious man of exem plnry and his many doed of kindness are known to everyone Much sympathy is oxproasc for the family in their Margaret Johnson and Alice Frnxler of Clinton wore recent guests of and Thomas Mtas Martha Ilildroth nf lowilt has accepted a poslllon as A full an ranlier with a Roston publishing count of nffair will bo found in Harry Loo Maynard of IIPI was the guest of and he n Mary Shea was entertained by r Charles Hostonduringtho Daniel during fho is the son of exConjrpssman or Cameron and John Wooler George Watorliouso and GROWING IN FAVOR q Benjamin Moody and Miss and are planning to go to in schled are attending a convention of tho Grand of in Boston is havnbegun a forty game rn Several mombGrs of im Grange went to Southbnru last evr Tho moving ontcrtainmonts ing to listen to a lecture by evenings aro ntoadily son and also enjoyed provided by Soulbboro n Eanh week Albert Uandell and iss spent Saturday and Sun ay with and ovo in Htrlctod match at cheekors which will I Miss Mllrry Klnnef optMation for appfiidicitiK tin be played at the rooms ot tho Mayi yestenlay nflc nard checker The former is load1 Lnhry of Boston ing with one win and 0110 u a r flv1 reel featurn picture is Meredith Grew have sold four lots of land on Lang Ellen The chaser is Olaf by T Heilly and J At a meeting of theOrder of Moose o who Sunday afternoon 11 candidates Imlplt Ulc Buptlgt t Ton applications for mom was entcrtaincd at the Frank and son Ponjborship wore There will am who have boon sojourning with be a special mooting next Sunday Ml n i 1 I LI I J1H11 netful bv tho principal actors i tresses nf the As Ye Sow MtlGn and have already been i i whilo Wiggs of the Cab r l is the feature for Uiis and Wilson returned e d n esil ven i an exl ed tour in the during which ihov visited tho San Francisco Edgar Whitney pf Mancheitajra is visiting at the home of her Daniel have returned their home in S h F Elta Uay of and ummer Hill will old a joint whist party in hall Tuesday May n Friday evening in olonial hall there will brtwo rools shown of where In has been their home in in missionary HAD SUCCESSFUL SEASON The Mens club of the Vnion church held its annual mooting Saturday eve and Joseph Whitney locate in Pitts fie Id in the near Elmhurst farm has been Flora Kciser of i was formerly m NEY cC LEARY Miss Irene Matlin spent Saturday and Sunday with and Nor an Davis at their home In AIN AYNARD Raymond Connors of Watertown Sunday with his and Maurice Pino 9 DAYS COMMENCING MAY Alfrol MoCloary has removed is quartprs in Riverside block to tho ffice in Oreightons formerly occupied by the tax h o Goods K W Miss Christina loaches school in via Hod hnr and Wil liam over the week Ollifors wero elected In for year as follows UM1Iiam is valued at Arnold vieo Clarence 00o and contains C7 acres and a IMW Irxvln sK farm executive Adolbort 1 and Warren clul has had a very successful season in every Several ox Thursday This rollout addresses have boon piven and and Andrew i tho open luivo been larctcly Iferson and Fred There H is planned to issue a j 10 the conclusion of ttW calcnrlar or a program for the coming j playing ice cream and 1 i Concord Grange is to hold Avliist party in the near was the one which Vw year announcing tho were Creamery m 5 Ib Boxes Fine Vermont Butter Best Granulated 10 POUNDS purchase of SOc or more exclusive of sugar 4 a bars Best Strictly High 40c RAISONS Fancy Seeded 12 cent tPRUNES Choice OryonlU cent JTUNA FISHLarge cans f PEACHESFancy California Largo Extra Quality 8 Largo TEAChoice Oolong SOc iTEAFancy Clayton or Orango Pekoe 75c qualit LARDSquires Pure Loaf 5 PEAS Early June 8 KETCHUP Blue Lable COCOAHersheys 12 pound RIOEBest Japan ApricotsBest Evapoiated JamaRaspberry and apple Josluia Edwards has removed his and from the fire department on Nason st tho now town R WORK When you bring your car hero for repairing you injmr having the work done hy ONLY KUL inoelmnicH wlio at thoir command all tho facilitiS WHITES GARAGE nnd equipment of a first class poorly done repairing is than offices in nivcrsidylj US handle your automobile repairing and your cur run smoothly and Lrompt bervice and reasonable Elliot Archor of vlsilotl his wife and family They aro sojourning with her par t and Richard Parmen T T Telephone Concord Frank Sanderson and William Litchnold wore guests of Miss Irene a dramatic reader oC who gave a reading at the Copley Plaza hotel in Hoston Thurs day 1 Main Street NTRODUCINC A New Line of q v Press Cut Glass h Cheaper than cut glass and very desirable from a price Just note a few j Bon Bon olic Lunch Sherbet Glasses dozen Water And many other articles at correspondingly low ii Geo Gutteridge Jeweler 7 Street E4 John attorney for tho Kpoch Film acted as host to tho momhors of the state legislature at a r apeoiul performance of The Birth of a at tho Tremont theatro Monday George Creighton was and Irving Astwood and Dofothy and and Fred and Roder ick MoTvor and Wilfred Saxon wo in at tho 5th an niversary of Ernest Mansley in Gleasondalo ANTIQUES Plumbing and Heati GLA Save your eyes and your nervous energy and come to one who known i Reelstered Optometris Nay lort BlocK T T i WM Kenneth Damron returnotl homo b Friday with the members of the sen ior class of tho high Dnmren hns had four tours to Wash ington this three of which he personally J Sclmalr has received a pic ture of his James who la In the trenches with a In Hogiuning at 10 7 PROSPECT F Tho entiro stock of the well known eolJoetornof including thoir personal houpchold Among this lot arc antique nia Imgnny Sheraton caul carved card glands and a very lino lot of ihinn and besides chamber a very excep tional oak dining set and a groat irmny other antiques nnd articles too numerous to rO i Agent for the Glenwoa Stoves and Ranges A few good d hand C n i i i F ndit e M j uttiud I itQI ik Main an   

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